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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 21, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882112101_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 21, 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. m x:a Hall VOLUME X.-NUMBER mfeflif Imtfiuu. NEW SERIES-NU- M 510. Comical Turn of Affair. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21,1882. Tht Democratic Opportunity Tht Ohriout Cllmatt of Kentucky, BeSP . W ' I 1 (Jen. Chalmers of Mississippi was It is not tho part of political wis At tho Exposition in Cincinnati T. W. VAtlllON. WALLIOSK. VJlSROK. a ... ciccicn io.iiio I'oriyevcsu.jUMigrcsi dom to exaggerate a passing success during tho past fall a record of tho T. W. A W.B VAItNON, r.V Vtl70Avl- - Editor and Proprietor ns a democrat. Ho was turnel out ot or to assume more than was intended vftlfoir ATTtlHNMVH A.'V IjA"V, efght was kept. Taking STANFORD, KY. ' 7. ff. WALTON, -- . Builnot Manager his veat, and his conversion to tho by the popular judgment. Tho Dem- the mixed crowd, tho men averaged UIBr In Owilfj A Hon' new tulMlof-- up iUlrt. W GO "grand old parly" wai ns sudden ns ocrats acquired a nfsjority in the pounds, nnd the women, 130. II. 0. KAUFPMAN, 1'iiblUhnl Turmtnyn mill frlil n t)'i that of Haul of Tarsus on. his road to House of Iloprrscntativcs In 1874 87 pounds. This bents tho Boston A.'rU'OItNXiJV A.I r.A.AV, AT- LANCASTER, KY. Damascus. When Gen. Chalmers, as when tho wholo country was suffering Weight taken in 1804. Tho men thero Miittr CooimlMlor.fr noil Cmintr Attorney. W III 8'J.no "1M3II ANNUM. r firactlr In all the UorU or (Itrr.rJ anil adjoining a domocral, presented himself nt the under a great depression . of business, weighed HI J pounds, and the women countlce anil la IhaCouilof Apealt. Tlet ilen't neml ttiiiMijJn payment tho Hjiuso to ha, sworn in a a largely tho result of misgovernment. 121 J pounds. The Kentuckians visof oitVept Z?taa eJienf, ALEX. AHDEHBON, f de. (bar tl .;. Mr. w. It Mooro, an un A revolt against tho rulers was com iting the Cincinnati show averaged WILL SELL- l ArTOltNUV JS1"TjAW, nomination! not oter Ihre rente. compromising republican, objected to parativcly easy to bring about at that 108. 13 pounds, and the Kcntuckien-tie- s DANVILLK, KY., m m? the oath being administered to him for time, when lalmr was unemployed, averaged 1M.70 pounds n higher Will practice In lliuG.urt-.o- f DofleanJ adjoining Conntlet and In the Court of Arpeali. A Hilt In the Cloud. tho following reasons which he pub- and when complaint was universal. than from any other Slate. average MAUTEUSON PEYTON, "Welcome back to Dapplovalo." licly announced in tho House: "Mr. ev This year tho country is prosperous, Government statistics show tho inhabA.OVl'UiiMl: AT JL.A.W, AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. iKDXimDiitnKoKrAttrcoonTT, "Thank you kfmlly for that, Iuro-mar- Speaker, in tho interest of Justice, In but tho publio indignation is as storn itants of Kentucky and Tenncsseo to I.IIIKKTV, KY. Will nractlte In all the Count of Cater and ad replied Pansy Pcrklm, aaalie tho interest of common fairness, In tho nnd has been as sternly expressed as be the tallest peoplo in the world. Tho joining muni III, and In tbe Court 01 A r petit. placed her intercut rpecm aiieniion u to coueciiona. umce otct iitcppcU"r.Qra tlio traiii aqd of good gwterriment and tho it was in 1871 climato and food in the two States are U. T. fierce'! aue. dfnipictl hand in thai of Ingomar Mo civilization of the Nineteenth century, If tho Democrats aro wise, they similar. Blood from the British Isles j DIL J. O. CAIirENTEB, And then they walked I rcspe&tfully and solemnly protest, will understand that (Ids result is not and abundant native beef and bread Cloakoy. i KKNTDCKY BTANM1ICD, W away, arm inarm, from tho little In tho name of the American people, so much a volo of confidence in them are the sources of Jhis superior size, OSceorer Rubt. 8. Ljtle'a alore. Office noun OP VAIJL.OIte ITUHSCJIAIf v that nettled aocoxily among th against tho adminstration of tho oath 't 7 to 9 r, H. . from S lo 5K as avprotcst against tho bosses, against ns well as of the extraordinary beaucloud-topp- ed hills, exchanging friend of oflico to Hon. James II. Chalmers, tho machine, and, above all, against ty of tho women of these central J. J. WILBON, ly greeting! hw and then with the as a member of the Forty-seventCon- the corruption and profligacy of tbo States. Louisvillo Medical News. 1U3NTIST. , wiu loiororra biafatronaorHlanrunland riclnlty that lie baa rerelrcd villagers who had known them both gress from tho Sixth district of STANKOItD, KY. rC Republican party. They must earn A nowspaper correspondent said to Office aud Iletltlence, Upper Main SI. hand-aom- o from infancy. They wero a Mr. Chalmers, thereon, waa tho confidence of tbo oountry. A Goodj A Splendid Stock of and Cleveland, on Tuesday pair, thcio two ho tall, strong directed to stand aside until all tho great opportunity is presented to tho Governor elect LEE P. HUFFMAN, , '. . . night, at BufUlo: "Don't you think HOIIOEON 1 13'W.rifcJT, vvnicane guarantees to raaKeup in nrsi-ciastyio. uatisiaction gnar. limbed, and with n mass of mnnily-go- ld tnemlrtrs to wlrum thcro had been no Democratic leaders who havo tho abilSTANFORD, KY. His nnawcr was: anteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly donei this settlea 'J? hair that bespoke his Baxon I'm objection were sworn in, when ho sub8oulb ity and tho sagacity to iraprovo it. "The members of the republican par- Office Myere aide Main Street, two doora above the llotel. with eage; she, a shapely brunette sequently took tho modified oath. Tho parly has had toverely explicit ty havo rebuked those who betrayed PoreNltroua Oxide On edinlnlttered when required. greaLjbrown cvsjvhoso dusky glow When Chalmers ngain prMcntsMhjm-sel- f instruction in tho past. They must their trust. Tho democratic party It. O. MOItOAN, D. D. 8. haSTSSeiPthg heart OljiByn to sworn, 'Mr. Moore willjfnot not forget that failure now will almost had the sense'to unito for good governTr:rvTaHT. whllrklowkefii wero'tjinrwk checks bo present to again object, for the rea- inevitably lead to their own overthrow H5mD- Will be In Stanford one week ment. The people in 1882 have tak- ofeachmonth.from drat Monday. Dental roomt warm givcnTa wiaVred tlngo by the N. In St. Aaapb Hotel, orer hci later a urigni't. TfioT.APfJPSTHTnmTnfWATnHTIS nT.nnFH .TP.WP.T.PV son that'bo is not elected to tbe'next and a reconstruction nf parties. Ui, UiJUi. . ti en tho democracy on trial for 1883. r3eelin.AtLancaelrr three weeks of eat b inontb iUUi,lii,V,UWJ.UUU.V. I I bliKHlTiiat lioweu bencHtbtheir icachy from third Monday Dental roomt In Vaton lloute. Congress. Nor is it probable that an Y. Sun. AM) SILVEKWAltK bloom. The party which behaves tho best in See algn. Pure ultrout oild gate admlnlttered wbennweaaary e3 tf Winistert and Hinttrtls' Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches Clocks and' Hut as they ucarod tho village objection will come from tho republi1883 will have the best chance in 1884. J AetAteiAfl uu ttli Aw jl a44a tuiu TTJa va hAaJ uowciijr xbcjaucu A ouuii uuiuc er1 n tuitUiLcu y.jn A Baptist pastor in Wisconsin has The people make each year their own churchyard tho laughing eyes grow can aido "in tho interest of justico, in JtTOUNE! Interest of good government ond rivnntlv been tried for the olfenco of ot the year leloro nnd tho vofvely Hps wero no lon- the sad, choices, irrespective STixroan tJTKKET ger tho portals from which cumo tho civilization of tho Nineteenth cen- attending a performance given by n or.the year after. If the democracy tury," etc. Tho chickens, however, company of negro minstrels. Ho givo good government and do the LANCASTER, . . KENTUCKY laughter, and on which sat sunny pleaded guilty to tho charge, explain- things which the people want to have smile. Entering through (bo lit t lo will havit come homo , to roost. n -fJ ing that ho was on his way to a tem- done, they will win; it not, not. That JOHN T. HUIUIN'S, ritOHUETOR. cute kissed on cither side by - the. rWashtuirton special ft perance -- meeting, but got into tbo is all I have to say." The wisdom of branches of wcejiiog pillows that lov-- i Hair Stick CanJf.lt Made. A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL A reporter visited a candy factory, wrong hall, and when the performance this statement will bo apparent and ing hands had planted in tho years his In every particular, Tbe patronage ol tho public Algone, l'ansy turned to tho led, nnd tho other day just tor tho purpose of began his sense of fun overcame gratifying to all reasoning men. 1 tollclted, and tatlafactlon guarinteed. waiioMita'tMtliug beaido n littlo grave seeing just bow a stick of candy is moral scruples. Ho got off with n bany Argus. violets, tbo mado. At ono end of a large room mild robuke, and it is to be regretted ovcriwbicblHio starry-ejreOUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. An Editokiai- - Tis sweet, on were not among his judges ' wliiteficed'tlaiM, ami tho golden bo iaw two in on thovejjng white sugar that there Winter's night, at homo to sit by fire hued datrodils wero growing. Pluck-in- g into largo copper boiling pans, each some who wero honest enough to say K embracer? Staple ami Fancy GroccrleH, Patent and FhimIIj-Flonr- , Stanford, Ky. Main St., aud taper; but, ah, it is a wiser thing a few of tho ilowers, sho stood a holding fifty jmunds. Kido by side that they were glad their pastor bad Meal, Itacon nnd X.arcl, Tobacco ami Cljsant, H'ood- influence of by far to read our papor. Wont you moment in silence, and when sho with these pans wero n half dozen found his way under the en, AVIIlow ami Tinware, GIunh and tneeitHware. C'ainifd Can't you take our JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'E. r t. take our paper? turned to Ingoraar he saw that tho pans of the samo kind, in which the harmless fun, and that thoy hoped bo " T The boys of earth aro little GouiIh ol all lilmls a hpcclally. Jtcmcinber the place, "Tint would do it again and often. There paper were suffused with tears. FEBRUARY 22, 1878 was boiled fiercely. syrup brown eyes OPENED When it S.T. worth unlets you take our paper. Corner Store." X." jits istraj sister a grnvo," sho said, wns trailed enough, tho sugar, or syr- is no greater humbug or hypocrisy Maidens wauling lovers true, you in some DAY. "U BOARD, 92.00 "inyjriVtertwho is now an angel. Had up, was iKurcd ujxm marble slabs, than tho current pretence, 1 Swains who sh'odhH-dJwwoSld have Ixcn to hap- which were fenced fn with square circles, that pastors and preach must take our paper. to Commercial would not idlo woo, you must take Special Accommodation py together, w happy" and ugniu tho pieces of iron, and there allowed to er aro iieuer auio man omer peupie iTuveiera. paper, wont you inne our pa cool until fit for handling. Tho pro- to gut nlong without diversion. A our tears began lo flow. you talce our paper? Baggage Transferred Tree of Charge , "Do not cry, darling," mid Ingo- cess of boiling makes it a brownish man whose time is spent almost en per? Can't you'll never know, DE1LEB l to him. color, and to get rid of thnt color it tirely in contemplating tho sins of the Lovo's joys below mar, drawing her more clotcly have recently taken charge of this house I take our paper. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. and intend to have "Grief is of no avail, and your sister is pulled. A man takes a thirty world and hearing of humanity s unless you accommodations. dial two yean beforoyou wero born," Hund chunk, hangs it on a large irou weaknesses and troubles is tho last one A novel funeral procession was re fbyalciana' Preecrlpllona accurately coinpounded. Pbaruiacentlral Preparatloua a apeclalty. "I know that," replied tho girl, 'but hook nnd draws it out at arm's length. who should be called to account for cently witnessed at Montgomery, Ala. RICHMOND if she had only lived how I should Then he doubles it over tho hook and enjoying any thing thnt is funny yet The child of a poor negro family died TESTIMONIALS OF LINCOLN CO. FARMERS ! pulls again and again until the chunk not improper. have loved her." and the father, too poor to hire a aI hearso or wagon, carried the coffin r'lt'js'all Ifor tho belt, sweetheart,'' liecomcs white. Tho chunk is then v The rest of tho country wed to won containing his dead picauinny on his ho talil. "fur you know tho oldest girl divided into smaller pieca and rolled, der how it was that the James boys . A..tl fm fl aI. laeirA oin.l .e..l head to the cemetery, the mother and in tho family alwnys wean tho 6cal. when a boy with a big pair of scis and the Youngcrs and other gangs of fiirnUh members of tho family walking complete of Mill, nnd am prfptrcd to skin sarquo." other & sors clips tlio roils into bucrb. j tie every kltul robbers could roam Missouri unmolest in siuglo file behind. "You arc right," said the girl, wip- stripes aro put on in n very simple when we read the accounts ed. But BUILDERS' MATERIAL! ing away the tears. "Heaven is in- way. On tho outside of a lump "of Three First-Cla- ss Implements Combined in One. A Whitley county man borrowed a of tho jail life of Frank James, who is Chicu. candy the workman lays stripes of deed kiud to Now Yorkers." without leave, roasted it respectfully spokou of in some of tbe neighbor' hog Flooring, go Tribune. colored randy. A scientific twist is STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. Mbsouri newspapers as Col. James, and invited his neighbor to the feast. WcntucrlionrdliiK, U me muss. I no worKman given It looks strnugo that, in these Doora, Natdi, IIIIndH, T.iUliw, lives in luxurious The thrifty borrower neglected to reand learn that he Geo. D, Weaken Dear Sir: Tlic Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, davs,QwKj pcople,aredp-posc- d gets hojd of ono end of it and pulls it care on tbe dainties brought to him by move tho jwrker's ears.und the telltale ShliiKlCH. HouUlhiRH, NtHlr- - Cultivator and Droadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for to lx) freo from superstition, out into a long string, which is rolled women conspicuous in Missouri socie- brand explains bis present residence it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverWIIJH, al'C Owen Democrat. there are to be found thoso who be- by his lioyhelper, and there is the ty, who are his dally visitors, tho won in" the county jail. izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, 1 would not exchange arllclee can be Aa I eell at price euch aa the aboe .. - .. . for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a lieve in witchcraft, especially in a stick with its colored stripes. OUKU, L4IUI.VIMC, . HI.IUU.llfV. of tho . a. .. f . .n.k. I. In WAII. der grows that a majority A Mississippi physician says the Ckaig Lynn. Northern city. A Mrs. McDonald, Wo wish our correspoudenta to re young men of tbe State do not turn day is not far distant when cotton- vantage to patronlto liouie lniUluttone, I am Cultivator. alio practical residing uVPitUlmrg, being ill, was member that wo know the full name outlaws. A worse exhibition of mawseed oil will havo taken the place of Mk.Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have one. of the Albion Spring persuaded by onu Peter Amnion that tif every man, woman nnd child in Ieu kish sentiment was never seou. I am lard tho world over. He pronouces Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders shtvwna bewitched, nnd ho undertook tacky, and you ncedn t be particular lofurntib dctlgnaand citliuatea well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. Tho following story, from Wash it much purer than lard and a great And am prepared all klndeof acrull work. forbulldlngtaud from tho in your letters to write thciri plainly. Urn of releivjng ler Wm. Goocii. That I aw dolus no email butlneaa, can be Judgdeal healthier. ed from the fact tnat uiy bank account runa from spell, lie bad tlio room in which tho If we chanco to stumblo acrofs n nama ington, Pa., has neon circulated by lcr week. :; tho Western Associated Press : Richtold that Mrs. Langtry has JI.50U to2W ami building done promptly and at We are Contracting stole woman lay swept ulne uidnighta wo do not know, it is tho unalloyed Geo. D. Weaken, Esq. Dear Sir: I used one of the Albion Comard tlollman of Somerset Township, "a boneless boaom." How did the 70.Sol.lyr Addreea O. N. SrAr-OKI- . in succession, tho sweepings being left delight of our life to linger over it in bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my cripple for years, being fact become known?- - Did tho Prince in the 'darkest corner, whero they wero blissful contemplation, and spend our has been a wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perUV.o told? in bis lower limbs, so that 6f Wales tell? The fel C. T. Sandioge. fectly. beaten, nine succeodjug nights with useful timo in making it out somo- - paralyzed to use a wheel chair. low who betrayed her confidence broom sticks. He also gavo her med- tmng.eiso man it is. wo navo ouo bo wus compelled crawled behind should be shot on the spot. Post. Geo. D. Weaken Bear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth icines which Tio said wero compounded infalliblo rule to guido us in suoh a di- - On last Thursday he a barn, and whilo engaged in prayer DR. OANN'S REMEDIES ! Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having uscd.it in The elemraa, ,hu.novcr. All, name that revojtingingredients. Recently compiled statistics place seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we arc free to say that the Implewjladcuu.nd all $at, cahbo doue we full. to decipher, citherthrough our ho beard a voice say: "Ariso and tho death rate from the administra- FOIi THE MILLION. ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to walk." He obeyo.1 tho command,and with tbo rascal is to prosecute him for stupidity or because of the genius ot of chloroform at oue per thousand. ,. , M. V., any Drill and a perfect success as a I Iarrow and pulverizer., since, MANUFACTUltED BY W. K. OANK, practicing medicine without a diploma. mo wriicrniiuauwriicrsuru geuiuses; has boon walking. over R. W. Givens & Son. No lustier how haltereJ (be sjateui way MONTIOELLO. KY. n .Both Siirs ov the Question. wo call Smith. Smith is,agood, be fromeiCfweBofnny kind, the Great 'Alprrrri: CitiK TaA' Kiar. The worM la Ailed with the wonderful, Uautl once started in business and i. Mr. Geo. D, Weaken Dear Sir: I am pleased with my Albion InviKorator will xecure health and name, and an account of its A' man Cnrroltoti, Ohio special says; Twen ful and Intricate Intention ol man, yet all the Of his net For aalo by rami.hiM tulf ut and ueulm th it the world tiai y Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is'nmch better Kie aJwlURUieiit. spent just exactly one-hty years ago Mr. Wallaco Bosworlb, promiscuity wo seldom fail to striko er known haa nerer )ruduocd anything that can He becaiuo Penny A McAIUter, Htanfonl John JSuchanan. compare wath 'Or. tlaun'e Iteiuedlet " Medtial and answers'many more purposes than a Urill. some ono of tbo numerous Smith fam- profits in advertifiug. of this place lAiriletl a littlo aalll aud aclenr hare, aa let, tailed to dltroeer any tbin euual to thtui. rr the cur of tbe die. a jnillionuiro perhaps the richest of Somerset Kepublicau. ily. lioy in this cemetery, and ho has Aa their eaaoa for which they are recommended. Geo. D. WitAKBNr Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on by tbouuuda tnruiiiilf all Millionaires of his day and genera tlrtuvt aud iim are pra!-just now exhumed tho remains to take It gives better satis out lb lenf lb and breadth ul the l.uJ. audaa clean, plowed land and on the foulest stalk land. A in an has just been released from lion. lie died. Ho left his hueinem btaudard Faiullr MeJicluet, they cmnot U) ex- faction than any implement ever used in foul land. tliom to Lexington, Ky., und finds the penitentiary of Pennsylvania who B celled, au I are lull aubttautlated by the tlrong. ii CELEBRATED man iu tho hands of eattettlmonlalt. .IT child iookb us uaiurai aa mo Ill A. K. Dennv. IU0 has beou in prison thirty years. He And now tho onco great bmue of A. For CouiUt, Coldt, Cruup, llfoucbllla. Uiutuiup. day it was, buried. A bouquet of was a forger, uud was convicted and all IJIwatau ol the Tbruat and Lungt, lion aud A Co. has gono out of busGeo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have used one of the above menchoice fiowers, which lay in the coflin, sentenced in 1802. What chances T. Stewart Uho Ur. Uhiiii'm Cough Syrup. tioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr, Denny." Argo. iness for lack of patronage. gives no evidence, of its having been that man will find in the world, nnd J. A. DePauw. Fur Llrtr CoiupUlDt.Uytiwiula, IudUeatlou Jaun. in tlio abode of tho dead for twenty what his thoughts must be I Ho A man was caught by tbe bands in dice. Cuuiiljolloui riuur blomacb and all llilloui VlMaaea, years, aud each ilpwer appears fresh owned a houso aud lot .which was a benr trap in tho woods at the head of Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: The Albion Combined Spring ure. Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even moreTooth aml'ualuia). ''Tho flth of the child Is worth about $1,500 when ho went to Moosehead Lake, Maine, and could Vho lir. Oattu'H Liver than I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy of a natural color, and tho romains prison, and tho Increase in its value not free himself. Ho dragged tbo trap I'or lllieuwa' "iu, Neuralgia. Bpralua, UrUaeaaud you claim for it. u external appllcallou fur minor Hwelllng. corn laiui, and it does its work well where no other machine; would can'bo recognized at u glanco by thoso and tho iuoomo it Iisb brought him a short dlstauce toward a settlement, Wait, work at all. My son Jimmie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine who knew tho little ono while on earth. now give him u fortuno of 810,000 to and unfortunately fell exhauetrd iu a UeiO Dr. UHllll'rt LlHllUCHt. all the time.'using a team of comparatively small horses, and found those searching for the most singular case of prcscrv start again in It is tho lo Mercury. spot which for I'ltea. Ileiuorrkoldt, Uurut, FlttuU and all no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I BtionMo vcr! aciVr!llS fw V Wtlon. misdne trap did not reach. There ho dltieaot, ttutlar A Chicago man, too lazy to work, know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness' cfght mouths died of starvation aud his skeleton, Vhu Dr. Ohiih'h IMIuOlnliHCiit. in the year. The now postal money1 order will too proud to go to tho poor bouso and John P. Bailey. wrist bones, has been For Freab Cuta, Uurut, Ulcera aud Old Born, A person will too honest to stcul, determined to com- - held fast by the look like a bank'noto. t fiAmn fmntfWil rtffunen wiilnii wmiljl found after a )upae of ft year. Geo. D. Wkakrn Dear Sinllach one of us having purchased of not bo required to fill out n blauk as Uho Dr. -- ann'ai lllltvr-NwcOiUtlUL'llt. you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Broadcast Nancy Leo ' is 107 years old aud but will receive au order give hi in freo board aud lodgiug in at, present, r npuir Old faahtonaUe rtrntUlea payablo' to the bearer at tho money pruon without leaving u dam upon Avca in Lexington, Ky. She i. not ground beror Um avdTUU rUl llHoDr.GnuH'raNteiMHt'li llltterta sccuers, vc uiku ii.iuii; 111 saying mui wity n.ivi: given us entire eoaqueflng aielflo, anJ oW raablonea satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to mean or A llrlUlileTublc.Appetiier oflico desiguated by tho uppjicaut. bis repututiou. - Hq thereforo started the famous "sailor's wife," but a worilxt Uloud l'urlu.r. kleH lu regard to depletion aa cure, havo been qullo J,lrer Pta,ri.t,.ih! and alio turre lywpla, ludlgeetlou, rlodlcal any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows tlte wheat evenly and leaves will cost out and began kissing nil the girls ho thy single lady, who tays it she could Malarial Feitr and all Sums of less than five dollars auoeeae or tho KJt' rtnovuit none exposed on the surface; also regard the "tool superior to any Ulieaiea. ilanufactur.d and fcr ule by tbe ayateui. tnuuuillua Uiii Brvt. ueu ud inrlchea three cents, and the service is extend- mot. Before he could find one who get a(tha'mau who used her name in trallat nularla, depurate valuable when dortuaut, the bloal. rouaea the ta:. xj., other as a pulverizer and believe they will prove vanoy, v as Qumed so as to raise the limit of orders would order jUIs nrrest ho starved to Unit sbug, $ho'd let him seo she's not ftwl promote u. rflt"'" bD" of,T'i vators. KoU proprietor, Houllcello, Ky. avvAII order I lir all UrugKUu ud death. Philadelphia Nows. from fifty to ouo buudred dollars. too old to iull hair. Knueriilly. Shanks SVookamobk; by uitll will ricere (iwupt atleullou ...r J FOR THE NEXT DATS i' ofjul-iTpllTi- M'ROfiERTS&STAGG t xTM 1 m titiii1h ll jLjj -- V m &) sr&g&mz ," H. G. do-p- RUPLEY, Pall ss ' Stanford, .,..: Kentuclfyc .J Miss-irsippi- Winter 188-1T- '. , ". 1 PENNY & MftATJSTRK. - UVU, 'y A lIIGtttlNS r WMMtm fclelit St. Asapli BIocIs, Stanford. ST.ASAPHHOTEL PER PENNY & PHARMACISTS MeALISTER first-cla- ss PLANING MILLS! m HARROW, CULTIVATOR SEEDER. 111 -- ARCHITECT, jb Afflicted, Attention tier-tus- hap-lIne- alf two-year-- old nuon-advortis- H life,f-Carlb- -- &it7ebs i'Jrl ct -- llr w. ic. JK-- zxJL. ? ? ' ' r t r i v- - T. churches In the ptace,yel It li largely which is now almost prostrate ami only a made tip from the laboring clan. Now rind of bark, the Inside wood (julle gone, Norwich la n very aristocratic place. There lull vesrlv thmwlnir out fresh shoots and Is more wealth rvprrrcnlrd here than In beating a gallant relreat down hill. Ills anr city of lis slM In New England. One rcallv nathetle to fee this tenacious cling' ICY. lluw man alone, Mr Slater la paid to ba worth Ing to life In vegetable or human (lie recently gave a mllli. n Instinctive It 1st "All that s nun halh $10,000,OOV Tuesday Morning, November 21, 1882 devil will he give for his lite." Even the for the education of the c lorrd freedmen In tha South, I mar notice ;nr partnlheniM.) said truly, though ' liar from the begin settled' nlng." Pocolanoc Is s aleepy little ham Other wealthy manufacturers are EDITOR W. P. WALTON, here by (he score. TMs"nrpcr tendom let at the head of a "Core" with one large of Xoiwich Is exclusive and proud. The woolen factory, where fine flannels are lines are sharply drawn. I notice the few made, lo keep up Us limited Importance. from the aristocratic churches that have Every thing but this has drilled away straggled into onr afternoon meetings, give from It, though once tiulte a place. I'ntll recently a church stood on a prominent each other cjurrr looks that I can tally Soul hunger drives them In, tiolnt, which waa lotimleM and supported,! r I. !....! and pride of station, I fear, drives some of (- .- IM... D.n.. Hero then Is Episcopal rf course. Being wood. It at them out again, unblessed. the awful birrltr of tatlt the same In last succumbed to the elements and now a kind that kills the gospel in Hlndoalan. As neat auccissor stands on a different spot. onn of the most influential pastors said to On the flats, left at low tide just below the me In an embarrassed way, "To tell you village. Bro. Nash said, he used to catch the truth, sir, I don't know how we can crabs bf the basketful, that hail forgottin hitch nn In your meeting." And he has to go out with the ebbing waters, and fell not hitched on. though he knows I nreach unwilling victims to the inevitable "small the truth: for he worked with Motxly in boy." Usually these crustaceans are Chlcaeo 150 Java. The aristocrats co to caucht bv tvins- a ball to a string and fish the lliree large Congregational Churches, Ing for thrm In shal'ows They calcli the HON. J. PIIOCTOK KNOTT. - nuai, uut ...I li.- - inu ...... .1.... vcrj rcirvi s.iipt;tj ball in their claws; begin to suck it; are mm me It 14 with a ieeliog of gratification pal ditto. There is a llaptlit Church. drawn up gently to the lop and n scoop net which perhaps has a mixture of patrician tiers iiirresl and pride that wo are enabled this ilie latter article is inuis and pleblanjjlood In it. Hut neither Bap. rpnasble, for they will not hold on to the morning to present to our readers n s lists nor Episcopalians are much on a ball after being drawn out of water t'nlnn meeting, and I fear the great blame, are caught by balling ot nf peculiar "counterfeit presentment" of Hon. In Norwich, lies on the shoulders of the shape, into which tha greedy fellows crawl T. Proctor Knott, the gentleman who Congregationalists, for they have the Infln after the tempting morsel and cannot get ence of the community, ten to one. This out again, they seem to have no fear of has hiaeaglo ejo at present fixed on Is the dominant sect of New England also, consequences, and "nulla rrstigia rttrtmim the gubernatorial mansion at Frank and if the "cold shoulder" of Norwich be has no weight with them as a cautlonsry fort. It' will bo observed by those a sample of the same joint elsewhere, I maxim shall Indeed "have a time of It." But Osters are dredged for, as Is generally who know him that tho pretty white "hope springs eternal In the human breast" known, and I am sorry to say that Instead reiser moustache which gives him a so dig and I will not despond. usually employed, greedy of the That alleged prominent democrnt The figures stand this morning 07 for fishermen have called In steam to their aid, nifietl and Senator-likair, is missing soul, 90 for body, 47.1 for specific blessings which so tears up the oyster beds that a bifrom tho' upper lip of tho otherwise who is supposed to have told the Lou- at me aiternoon meeting, the latter num- valve famine will te the result unless the very superior portrait nbove, and not isville Commercial that Judge Owsley bers representing many who have passed law Interferes to save us from such a catasinto the "higher life," by faith In Jesus ss trophe. I give this prophecy on the au wishing to mislead tho long suffering was not running to bo elected but Sancllfier. thorlty of others and know not how accu public, we hasten to say that Sir. simply to trado off his voles advantThe "late unpleasantness" mentioned In rate It Is. my meeting my leisIf a Knott has not parted with the adorn- ageously, must bo cither a fool or traceletter of. last Friday, has scarely left a ure for glorious so much. abridged be better behind. Since then, the pastor has writing I shojhl n knavo. Judgo Owsloy was never been forward for a (tiller baptism of the pleased, but I warn you that the yeara of ment and would not for the world and hardly for the governorship, but our so dead in earnest in his lifo and his Spirit, accompanied by our grood Brother famine always follow the time of plenty and Fellows (Congregationalist minister "with, when New England no longer seem strange artist insisted on extra pay for putting friends nro just as confident that he out charge"), who has been our unwaver- to me. and abundant labor for souls shuts will lo tho next governor as inaugu- ing friend from tbe firat. ''Wherever this me ofTfrom lengthy correspondence, the it on the picture and well, wo would gospel is preached, may It be told aa a me compensation for all this will come toy onr not submit to the extortion, besides, ration day.comes. morial ol him." lira, linker and I are as resdeis, If they be weary. I hope you will Intimate and friendly aa ever, "agreeing to not grow restive at being an evangelistic we couldn't uso it very likely to repNOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. difTer" and not quarrel about It. I only organ, now that Will has added his quote resent tho presidential candidate in wish I could double the membership of his from tbeTennrssee Mountains. A little mid, Ad unknowg man shot at Ira Julian church. 1881. if we had. A. casual observer Isn't it dear Walton, this role Into which of Frankfort Friday night and then took I cannot tell you where we go from this you have drifted without seeking it, and would hardly be impressed with the point, because I have not the least Idea which you play so patiently andgracefully. to hia heels. features given and might say that the The next House will stand 12-- rejiub-lica- myself. Jcnt buna, and J know . Him Well, you will be none the worre for It Praise His dear name. Ever In HIM. when "accounts are made up," that you cad face, wrinkled brow and furrowed to 200 democrats, siring the latter a Geo. O. Barnes. let a couple of "gospel tiamps"Into your cheek, are not those of their ideal clear majority of 75. who keep the "dear peoa Nonwicn, Conn., Nov. 14. '82. It ia announced that Mr. Massej will Shall I give you a brief chapter on our ple" posted on something else besides the witty end man of Keifer's National the police courts. Minstrels. But a second look will context the mat of John 8. Wise, the alleged social life among our Yankee friends? crops, weather, polilicsand meeting. About Nothing new from the elected Congressman-al-largfor Virginia. Yes: we have friends here, and very dear chango the hastily formed opinion and the same congregation and the same steady Scarlet fever ia raging in Chicago and ones, and we expect the circle of them to of Interest so grail but the you will see that the wrinkles and fur- one of every ten cases proves fatal. Unlike enlarge every day. Beginning with our interest, hardly togrowthperceptible. Sreet, be dear entertainers, the Naah family, and ual ss caused by an almost super rows nro icllow fever, it pee mi to grow more malig winding up with Charley Somers, the quiet blessed meeting, with many Saints chinch organ grinder; between these ex- steadily "growing in grace," but very few human eilorl to restrain nn ebullition nant m tho weather gets colder. tremes lie a small host of dear, dear hearts, sinners confessing the Savior, or even In at The Governor of Mississippi has of feeling at one of his own jokes Ever in which it will be our pride and jov to tendance. Continuance unknown certificate of election to Chalmers, rest, remembered "for the works sake," in in Jesus, Geo. O IUnsra. that he has just been telling. It is wan alleged to have been elected over all the coming years "till Jesna conies," that which gives him tho appearance who The following telegram was received and after that, joined for Eternity in Manning, and given it to the latter. yesterday! of attempting to swallow his neck and together, "face lo face, c." the I To tit RXdor tl Tht Interior Journal) An elevator in McKnighl's carpet Nonwicn, Conn. Nov. 20 We leave for doca not oriso from any wish on bis house, Louisville, fell from the second floor King in His beauty. "Blood ia thicker than water" the world over, and Jesus' Waterloo, Saratoga county, N. V, to night. part to do so. The more you look at to the basement and seriously injured its. brethren know and love each other in spite Direct care Rev T. O. Thompson. G O. B. the picture the raoro you like it. It uve passengers, wapt. w. U. lliteliad both of all that Satan haa done to thrust them apart. But to our social life. Brother Bucilen'i Arnica Salre. grows 6n you as it were, and in ono hia lega broken. to us, the Nah, "true as Tbe best salre In tho world for Cuts, Bruises, Win. Secrest, the clerk of the Iiourbon .sake, from first steel" keepsfor few truth's boardto last, a instant you can imagine that he is maBoies. Ulcers, Salt Ilbeuni, Koter Sores, Tetter, House at I'aris, Ky., was shot and danger ers By successive reverses be lost a no- Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all fkln king his famous Duliitb speech and in ously wounded at midnight Saturday by a ble fortune of $100,000, and is now work- Eruptions, and poslllrely cures pile. Unguarathe next pouring curses, not loud but drunken Kentuckian named Reduion, who ing hard fora bare living. The plunge for nteed to glto entire satisfaction or money refundhimself family has been a fearful eej),wjn the head of tbe Impudent also received a Blight fleah wound during but noneand them are grumblers, and one, ed. PrlceUcents per boa. For sale by Penny A of you McAllster Pat Donan for accusing him of steal-in- g the engagement. would imagine they had always been poor, Millions Cittn Away. The Kentucky Court af Appeals has from the cheerful way In which they face his thunder; There is also a wistMillions of Bottles cf Dr. King's New Discovery their altered lot. We shall never forget ful, longing look about those magnif- decided a case involving tho question of their kindness to us. We feel as much at for Consumption, Coughs and Colds, have been taxing whisky by State, county and munihome in their bouse, asif born and brought given away as Trlst Bottles or the Isrgo site. This icent eyes iwhich may be interpreted cipal authorities, in which it declares that up in it. The IOKD bless them A few enormous outlay would bedlsastilous to tha prointo an o'er weening desire for some the property of possessed If stored in little peculiarities remind us constantly prietors, were It not for tbe rare merits one to propound to him, tho famous Kentucky, is liable to tax there. that we are not In Kentucky. For exam- by this wonderful medicine. Call at Penny i. Drug Store, get a Trial Boltls ret, and ple: Every the question , put by tho Governor of Three si.ters, the Miwiea Phillip.', beans make Saturday evening, witli baked try for yourself. It never falls to euro. their appearance, pious to the Governor of were married In Butler county Ky., last regularity; and a famons dish it is, to South Carolina, but who cau tell? It week, one preacher tying the knots almost which we as naturally incline, "aa a sick in the nine breath. The couples stood kitten to a hot bricK.' They are eaten may be that his onerous duties, aa near the bedside of their dying father so with vinegar and pepper, and all day SunA well Inprored MOUNTAIN FARM.conlsln-lo- g day the "feast of beans" continues. This President of the great (on paper) that he could witness the ONE II (JND11EI) ACRES, with good dwelling ceremony and custom originated with the Puritans and bouso and all necesssrv outbulldlnin and Orchard. Louisville Canal, is 'telling on his pronounce the blessing. In Osrrsrd county, Ky., six mile from Crab Orchtheir strict observance of the Sabbath, ard, will bo sold cheap, on cosy terms, as the own strong constitution and wearing his Harrison, democrat, not Mayo, Maho-nit- beans furnishing the simplest dish for the er tsabout to 4nasgo in oilier business. Apply on cold Sunday breakfaat. dinner and supper. tho premises or by letter to in elected in the First district. Tbe young 1fe away. Or bo may be sad UKO.II. I'ATTEJf. Crab Orchard, Ky, llielr degenerate descendants eat them over'Mlio 'fdet that-liopened up in democrat have the First, Third, Fifth "hot and not" with all sorts of comforia Sixth and Eighth without any contest, and ble dishes to flank the central "bean porrige Clark county, and that that county, before ! in the pot," of all onr children's poetry. Congress adjourns tho Virginia deleformerly bo largoly democratic, gave gation, if all the Coalition frauds are ex- I vote for the modern innovation, not beremove Adams less than a 100 majority after- posed, will stand something like this: Dem- lieving the LORD a "hard Master" who Having concluded to saio my to Texas, I offer for likes bis children to be miserable and wards. He may not be responsible ocrats 7 or 8, Mahoneites 2 or knowing by long experience, that I can IlCMitlciICO a.V IIiihIucmh lloii-c- , preach a better sermon on generous diet State. for it hut then it looks a little bad,you one, situated In tha than on any "cold victuals" ever invented. Combined In on Lancaster street. town of Crab OrKy.. Tha bulldlntls know. Mr. Knott is a native Well; tbe baas custom still lingers in eve- chard. "PRAISE THE LORD." two ami stories high, 83x20 feet and con ry Yankee household, like other customs, tains in all sum rooms, ins is zoxiu, and in Washington county Nonwicn, Conn., Nov. 13, 1882. with counters and shelving nlcelyand properly arlong after the spirit and circumstance) ranged, with all ths outbuildings necessary to con first opened his eyes on this terrestrial Dear interior i that gave them birlh have passed away. venience aoct ins motiissiiuious, anu I hardly know what to write about In fact "baked beans" is a Yankee institu- an abundancein of last ol water for drinking and pur sphere. This was fifty years or more household puiponeajicaulirul shad and fruit trees and the arago anu uuring imu ume no lias seen the meeting's continuance. We "live by tion, of export"Boston baked beans" an the adorning and beautifying' the entire pttmlsea, sll to "every nation under lnagooaaod heslthy condition. Any on desirtho day." emphatically, just now. The ticle about enough of public life to satisfy sun" put up In tin and daintr as the ing a cheap yet valuable residence, among a clevhope of a Union meeting seems dead. And daintiest. er aud prosperous people, would do well to call tbe ambition of most any ordinary yet we do not forget that Jesus Is a life givpicmlses before purchasing About every Wednesday, our folks have and examine tb reasonable Terms man. Removing shortly after attain- - er If only His own would rally to His help a prodigious stew of wonderful mixture of tf JOIIX F. NTKUDK. unctious ingredients stew I jug ma majority io iuissoun, lie was all would yet be well. It may be Ihecurse ever tasted. Besides that bangs anychicken the beef or soon elected to the Legislature and of Mertz will fall upon this fair cily, aa the case may be, there are dumplings of subsequently was chosen Attorney "because she came not up to the help of the a very rare order, not heavy and leathery, but light aa a with potatoes, General of the State, which office be LORD against the mighty." The congre- turnips, carrots, onions and I know not gations are good, but do not increase. The ") Taxaauar Dxpsxtuxnt, what filled with much credit. His lovo for Orrica or CourraoLLta or tiik Cuaaaxcr, grat majority of those who come aie pound,elso altogether a such a savory comOctober , the place of hia birth brought him christians, and the "masses" sccu yet sist It that not even dyspeptic could re - WllsaKis, waauiaoTOK, evidence presented J By satisfactory to We have daily, apple pies fortiestho undersigned. It haa been made to back to Kentucky after a few yean, wholly untouched, and inaccessible. Of of the kind "my mammy baked." the appear Hut tb skill and locating at Lebanon, he has sinco course this wilt soon bring things to a halt, nmong lo mske which I once thought was the "lo-- l arts," but Gnd It flourishing "Firat National Bank of Stanford,' pleasant as it would be tu go on indefinitebeen elected fivo consecutive times to in Connecticut. The expected pumpkin In tlclly olSStaoiorJ, In the county or Lincoln instructing n willing and teachable peoly Congress, whero, on tho Judiciary and and S at of Kentucky, haa complied will all tlis Ciea hare not appeared, though a Yesterday (Sunday), at tbechlldren's ple "staple." In brief, we live "in clo- irorlil nioflh lUrlsed Statutea of th Uolted other committees and by a number of meeting in the afternoon, 14 moreot the ver" and are all fattening fast, lam over Stalea ri'iulrcd to be compiled with before an assoshall be little fellows confessed the Savior, about 1C0 a heavier weight than I have known ciation banklne: authorised tu commence th busispeeches bo has mode a national repuness of for a long time. The whole "troupe" is In alt in attendance that were Now. therefore, I. John Jay Knox, Comptroller tation, Honest, capablo, trustworthy The meeting was thinly attended by old first rate flesh,"though not in theileah, but i in currency, no uereoy certuy mai in "e im National Bank of Maofurd.lu tho of BIsDford, and social, be would mako a governor and young, and I was obliged tu "lean in the Sprlrit." At table the head nf the In thecountrof Lincoln and Slateilly Kentuckv. Is of hard" on banking-- , as In order to get household help that would rank with the best the atom; at the "Beloved" "erace sufficient" lo begin with; aall parties to every thing authorisedIuto commence th business of and slur- huudred all. But the laborious operation for provided sectlou bine or in ittriscd sistutes 01 th uolted Hlates. Stato has ever bad, but alas for his came, and I talked to the dear children as rxittr familial but universally undertaken In testimony whereul, witness my band and aeal liaU been crowded. At night It Is a good, hearty, crnrrous custom and I this 4tb diy of October, 18SJ. ambition, there is a greater man than IT (he house waa in JOHN JAY KNOX. Breed Hall, and crowd. like It. Of course, sj near the great sea. the meeting No. V83-- l Comptroller of th Currency he to dash his proud hopes to tho earth. ed hundreds leaving because uo place in which are fishes of every Gn, we have J. H. Hockxb, President, That man is Hon. Michael II. Onsloy, comu oe iininu ior iiieiu. let not one ol the choicest brain food the world can furJ. W. He A Cashier, nish. Fresh cod, haddock, striiied bass, all the dense throng confessed the Ji'itic J. McItonxaTS, Assl. Cssbler of whom wo, will treat in a subsequent Only onco a week can even a few Savior. mackerel and blue fish, best of all. with "outsihsuo and of whom an engraving is ders" be reached in the Sunday night serv- oysters and clams, abound in the market. season, beIxibstera anil crabs are out ices. They will not come now being prepared at an enormous ".how nf hands" last nightto meeting. A ing Summer dainties, I did of know till not College. revealed the cost. fact that on the lower floor nearly every coming here that clams burrow In the mud low n while iu Tjie sad report comes from Wash one waaonlychtiich member,of young the and sand and are dugout at belowtide from NT.INI'OKD, KY. their beds, one to three feet a little cluster gallery, the peounlike the oyster that lies on top of iugtou that tho several huudred thous- plo near Ihe door were To sum up am neither discouraged Its bed, be it sand or rock. This explains With a Full Corps of Teachers, ands of dollars which were extorted nor disapiKilnted I In the Norwich meeting. the simile "aa happy as a clam at high will open the office holders for alleged I knew when I came to New England, that tide," for then only are they out of This Institution Monday In lis Thirteenth Session from on the 2d September next. seed sowing would have to be done. The the reach of their perauers, covered by the campaign purposes by Htibbell and long patience, waiting friendly flow of water. Every day gives husbandman hath ALL TUB IlKANCUKU OK A his committee, wag fur the most part ior me early ami latter rains." Norwich a new walk and a new mountain top nf ob has at least furnished a place for an enter- servation, exceeding any luing in lovely THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUlttE racketed by thecimmitteo themselves ing wedge. The Blessed Spirit has a variety yet met with. Yesterday dear Bro l instead of being expended in tho diswall aa Are taught, that will do the rest. Just as thbad Nash got a "livery rig" und drove mo out tricts wbero it would do tho mostgood. spirit the devil,candrlve boiua the wedice to Pocolanoc, Ilia village, four miles away, MUBIO, TUB LANOUAOKb. UHAW. of destruction when where he waa born, married and reared INU AND 1'AINTINO. Hubbell U a muuli better Gnaucier nnre he find a with his entrance. place of Is a his family. The drive down the left bank und he does well to lad rule that does not work both ways." A of the Thames, through the Laurel llllj than wo supposed we reached a Kint oppotlte make himself frionds of "tho mammon Gre has been kindled In manrlovinz hearts suburb, until Trading Cove, mentioned in the mouth of that will never en out again. In Tuition, nrlie of unrighteousmWliko the steward of The special difficulties In the way of full a previous letter, was a charming one And rezulsr Departments. rsmr from a to 150 In tb Primary, til; Intermedial liiblical history, lor he knonetli that success, cau be enumerated In a lew words when we reached a spot known a Willow Hi; Preparatoiy, HO, and Cullelsle, fM. the day coiueth when he can uo mure While the Central Methodist Church Is re- Point, the view up and down the river waa .blJtt tax the unwary oflico holder, uor villi ally the liveliest church in Norwich, and "just loo utterly too" lor any thing. The For full nAflleulara. .a IA Hnar.1 more soul have been saved there in the l'oint eets Its oanie from an ancient wllIoarMKN, N. J. TKUKIIKAKT. Prlueliml lie himself beablo to retain oflico. I last few years than In any other three of once ircxlt;Ious ahe, ami unknown age, Stanford, Lincoln Cj., Kj. S'TAITFOBD, jfrrWirfi Tiik Courier Journal continues to champion tho old outlaw and political disorganize Oscar Turner, for no other reason wo can sco than that its motto is : Tho winning aide, right or wrong. It likes to exaggerate Its im portance by pretending that tho victory was achieved by It. Ho in tho case of Turner. Its runners saw ho would bo elected and truo to its cus tom It patted him on the back, notwithstanding ho acted contrary to democratic methods and in a manner that if followed would break up the party organization of tho State. It would have been much better for it, especially since our majority In Con gress lia not need litm, mat ino re publican candidato, Houston, had been elected; in fact, eood domocrat wo claim to be, we had much rather under tho samo stato of case, sco him elected than Turner, who made all his capital by falsely asserting to the country peoplo that Court houso cliques and and tricksters alone opposed his candidacy. Besides ho is a man of very ordinary ability, being more of a notch on a stick than any thing BRUCE, WARREN & CO. ATTlir.'T iVIN VKONTN." GLAD TIDINGS Road Gnrofiilly tho Following- Slatomoiit - OP NTI)IIItOIt. PACTN j Tilt! KtllM OK l'f ....,.. Welsh, Wiseman Will & Co., TO (10 WRIT, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, U dUsotf eJ January I, till, on insmW, at lrst, of Ids Ami hi? litf determine In vlewef this ehangs, we propose to (loss out our ilock la ir &as to CD - 1 lh .I P.S 8 p, CD IVlfSXT 0 At In Very Many Cases Under Cost. rri-I- l And to seeoinpllth this, wllldlipoMof It We hs from 111,000 lo 110,000 In IA.Y, CJood.s trrlsstodls. that w . Lib-ster- !!?& (TP3S'C2 P.M3 HjH' D JO p P New and JlcNimblu I'nll and Winlcr Toascrlfteeln this wsr tlsusmWr It It not the tll-Jo- J ror,tutlliwh.ieofl.Trsrlllli;!,AltueJirANI)IUNIHOMK.arrrroCK In 1'siitlll., recs tlr hurchSMsl In the Ustern Markets All out 'Intiare mru.M. and si must all unbroken, in lists Hoods we bse a law slock of Plain snd llrocads rullni aa I Kllks, Bh.io.lir Uolht.CsshtiitrM. Ac, lathsaevNlsndniotldetlraMoslisdes. Uoninlele lines of llwlerv. Lad et' aad (tools' 1'iul... wear and I sner Hoods f eoorallr. Tlit largest and compute Hock f stork of iol are Vltt, tiit o hand-tone- s e sa;r!flci. Klrfint Hoe ol CjidoU at styles and u,ualll(M of UlleuraT Cottons. Hontlor. (llDhaius. 4c, I r.ie tho lumos.1. You wllleiteel an Ininisnn aatlui on ttsrv thing yon boy We will mako NO MBW AUMUNTH,oaly our old friend. "UW.I aad lfue."h.iu wakoow to W silt prompt, will wo credit until Januarv lit. Our aunts hate boon IIOUtlllT Hill CASH and MUsr IIIIINII 0A-.IIAsour LusloeM must U wound unto Ihon.at l dars who owousaro earnestly ren,urte.! toeall and Miths. Ikio'i throw awse thlsoii)rlnnlir oflsriaii la jouriurplieialprlm KAK IIKUW so ouVrr.1 lirttlofor.. . LHtltch'Hiitl ChlltlrciiVhhecH Ht PlgurcM (leots Cloths. Css.lui,rt and Halsata pltl?s . roaaurseturers' Vr.ltY (.'HOICK-Iprlo-s- that Will Antenlali All Th slprlres hitherto Ml dan,l 5 as. rv 5 r o bo C.--i- o Co J W1ULS1I, WIMKMAN !fc . a Hai. FT" P n CP3 to H m q. ,& OFVX,JLd- - P j 22.0 P a SStflS ANNOUNC'MENT rX&&&.-- . Semi-Weekl- e 09 O Pa to fc - rr OSm " CHENAULT, 3s SEVERANCE & UO IIhc JiihI AKD ret'flwtl a .. Inr-R- hJCD " nlork of f fes gi W CD ?i o FALL 4 Pa CD WINTER DRY GOODS. W iisroTionsrs, 1 I jQgff "N rs B 03 Nortii-Carolin- a FOR S.U.E! POM 3 CD S CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOEB; Hats, Trunks, " i e, Set o pQ i -- V FOR J3ALE one-ha- lf store-roo- Sow D- BETpPo w o hi . 0,0 sm ID ti rrdp oj1 "1 O - rf Ken-tuukia- u, Sp CD spb a H rnfl.M ff Valises, &c, &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. 0 ct Bk &1 fl A t 92-- ?S co CD u 8 ran p"& -- 223 OP 4 First National Bank. js. snow-flak- ci-- T THE CD 00o ! ci lORTAKIil XWGraiS. SAFE AND DUItABLEi Ssmshi BOOKWALTER Hlmollrlty Durability an I tUllable Work. Juit TUB K.Stil.NK to Drlvo EP SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. Intact, theralsnaKnjIuethatPiuaaltforl'rlcw It la Arty-o- n PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, U-2- list, Wood NiuvN, KIovntorH, SBBBBLaBPll V Cotton Ul Caiu.s, Stanford Female Corn Mills, CremiiericN, j Hay X'rcsNfH, ''jBs.BKfl i.uUlt XsillllCN, al'C. stir-face- a. &. f e S" rbrf hand-mau- tR' CO CD C'hII Ht Tliu Iutorlor JohthhI Ofllce hiiiI ncooho orilto dcislrHblo IJukIiivm In opci-Hilou- . ItcmcHilicr every IhkIhu kim our k'lmritiiit'u. ItvHtl lit ..,(. hand-iuau- l. 'It TERMS MODERATE. s i. 18. O cJ W SL i&Q&Mft Is 8a 9 ft p flWe say to all iurclassrs that wsguarsolseour llook waller i;otue to b w.H anil substantially sajuet lubasafe. sliiiile.uursblaiil coiiiitl.toln loiisirurilim i, Hn,k w.n .n.i i it. e..ii JW lu.k. lbs aUisgusrsutee. and sell on th fhluitsl bu pruiwrly attache.1 sol iu.u.k--l . . si conulllou. t ! J puilllsI IU UlltOVMITI aallffr U ij s.n..l. .....II.. fill, to niULMitnniiru irfls.aI Ul ..UI will . IU fallow. f r.ll uk back thIt 'A ulr kuJ Isfsclory ItrU Ill Case tha Llislui, sr rery dollar rn.lreJ on th Kuglne, proilJetl lb pun.li mlurnstba Kngtutto hia stallou.auil leases It subjrtl to our order br Ihecims XI days' trial. autouIJa k fora uor llboulollsr au4 outr.i i t'l CD J- -1 M MforMl'owfr KuloioJ Hollar . ,Bt 4lIforM t'uwtr Koiilu aul lUAUr . I'owur (UMiDaitiJ Ujllur SIIurM l'orr Wglun iuJ lluilrr For further Information aud LOOK AT OUR PRICES dcrltl Delivered ou ear. at HnrltiSal.l flhln psmphlst, aiJross th uaoufacturars, j ...ISO ttIO 00 00 .JsU'vo oatr JAMKN I.i:ri'KL, A CO., NprlHiclielti, Okie. wwamiiji .. I . 2-5tmi-?31tthl- ii nltriorournnl do to the "Twin Front." STA3rgOBD, KY. Tuesday MornlriK, November Ilran new llnaa of Cloaka K. P OwaleyV . -. Jut received at Fiikhii Omnia every Tnenhy and Frl 21, 1882 day nl MoAllaler A IlrlglitV Ft'l.ti ami complete honse.fninlshliig good ings, ehrmno, frames, li K Wearen' at any reasonable. Call. line of furniture and generallyioll paintAn , may lie found at lime Price very NEW FALL AND OF &a., WINTER at STOCK LU, 0C4i TIME CARD. PaiHriger Itilni North ' Souls- " LOCAL HOTICCS. t (0 1. M. S 01 r. M lot ol 16 button Indies1 Wamtkii 6,000 Turkeya. Will pay high-e- l boots and the lattat style front laee shoe inaaket price In cash, A.T. Nunnelley, fiver opened here wa received by J. W. Ilayden last afternoon. They wilt add Htanford, Ky. m The handsomest DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.&ENTS' FUMISHIN&GOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, . Penny tt MoAl!ler. Ilur jour ammunition of nil kind from Moltoberls A Hurk. New slock of Jewel r nd Silrerware at Penny A McAlilcr'i. VATCiirn, Clocks en J Jewelry repilreJ and warranted by Penny A McAIIater. KALI, lol of Zelnler'a Shoes just reieW-e- il ami f.iraaleel J II AH. II. HhanW. Htaniuhd Sheet Music, Vocal anil In. slrumental, for 10 cent at Penny A IlUY I'AtNTHof j McAI-liler'- H. Shank. (Inr.AT Kkul'otion In sheet musics 60, r 76 and $1 music now Hold at 0 cents site an J on good paper, at Meltobert I.4IUIR stock of Window diss, all site. Double thick glass for (lower pita. Penny A Mu A lister. for Jcst receWed a new lotof cloakaof Dol-maand children and a line lot J. II. AH. lied-ula- A Httgic'e. I Wlt.t. fell at tin late residence of Chan. I.. Herri', on Friday Not. 21, Ma entire personalty, corniatlnit of lite stock, farmlnx utensils, Ac. Ac J. 11, Owsley, Admr. V PERSONAL Miai Ben IlcnroBi) of MllleraburR I tlUIni Mm. C. K. Genlrr. W H McIlour.RTH learee today for Cincinnati to Uy in lii Chrlstruaa trii. , Is In Frankfort to J. W. Auxjiih, the (llTent will care for the Trustees arRUe Mibmm MolmeaniiLemaOwrni and ltellt fowls, were llicjgueiU of the Misc Thurmond. MWM. A. K. Penny anil 11. C. Bright bar returned from a abort buslnes lsil to Cincinnati. Ei CouW. 0 Wrixil haa gone to Har- rison county to sell a tract of land belonging to the John Shanks estate. MRU T. 11. Smith ofClark.Tllle,Tenn. accompanied by her niece, Miaa Jennie Ilalley, la "islling ber father, Mr. Hraddock Mim AI.UE Dohn of Ki:liDiond Ik the guest of Mra. ltobt. McAlliter and a certain Individual of the masculine gender la Wither. - pedestrian. Sunday we aw a young lady thla Issue. we on a of Crab Orchard MlM tripped up on it, but fortunately she waa RELIGIOUS. what she eupposed wu the mlea-lo- not hurt. An older person would have rend ua The protracted meeting began at the Wo number from our file, but the date waa been seriously injured. Can't the City truit Bapti't church last night. Her. II. A. Tup-pe- r wrong. Nut. 8th, 1878, it what we want. Council, Wrap the drapery of our couch around ua cause it to be ref aired of Harrodsbnrg preached. TJEA-WJB- , And He down aa one to pleasant dreams." Mian I.CCV CooriCK, the lnndfOiueand or order Ita removal entirely 7 Eld. Lucas, a minister of the Christian F F Boumrr Crab Orchard, Nov. 10. stylish daughter of Hon John C Cooper, kinds of Feed. Hope to receive And will swap for Saturday nioiit a Judge K. W. Chinch at Lexington, has had several young editor of the Khelbyeille Srnme, after a The Hopkinsvillc South KtntueXian head to Mim Msry Owsley and Drown and Mayor Win. Daugherty were men arrested and fined fur swearing in his pleasant visit eil its election news s follows: liberal patronage of the public in general. returning from a visit to tho (X'd Fellows presence. Kentucky elect 8 Drtnocrat, 1 Republiother frienJ here, relurneJ home Friday. Ojcir Turner and ha 25.90G The Methodist Church can, HTA$?S2&v. Mil. Isaac T. Moonr, representing Lodgo at Crab Orchard, they were frightKespectfully, Methodist that lieet of newipara so far ai reliable ened out of a couple of year' growth by member in Kentucky, and the Church, South, 01,710 members in the news Is concerned, the Cincinnati Gmmtr what they supposed was somebody shootIs here In the Interest of M pier. ing at them while crossing thebridgt over same Slate ttal, A 10 day niretiiig resulted In It addiTho We trust he will succeed In Inducing the !xgan'i Creek near the Junction. mall agent to let ua have it on the day of tltsh of the fire blinded them for a tion to the Methodist church at Mt. Zion, ltevs. Sedwirk and Godby ectind or so, th horse reared and in Jessamine publication. IUNDERTAKER, w plunged, and the two men falling Uon conducted the services. f zJKi il falKl TjCaaik . SfVit JaaJsa LOCAL MATTERS. The American lliptist Home Mission their knee in prayer, actually felt their ASD You all know me, I'm from the Tenth, Patau LINK o( heavy boota at K. P. hearta to pee K they were alive. Ascertain- Society began work in Kansaa twenty-eigh- t Owsley's, ing that they were, they whiped up and year ago. The Stale ha now 350 lliptist . Nerer Che Up. niemheridiip of 17,000. If you are auflrrlog with low and depressed spirNew Ut of Cloaka and lolminaat Che reached towo praising the Lord for their churches and a MAIN Sr., STANFORD Three thonisnd five hundred churches deliverance, but too excited to sleep much its, lot of appetite, general debility, disordered nault, Severance A CoV bliod, weak looitllullon, htaJache, or any dlsraw llasjuitrrcelrcdaf.il line of Parlor Suite, Cham that night. A rallioad torpedo placed on have been built in the United States during ofabllloui nature, by all means procure a bottle lriMills, cboip 1VI, 1'uriMui, Waili stanla, A NEW KMt office haa been established the bridge by a too practical joker, wa the the pait fifteen year, and more than one of Electric Dlttrra. You will be surprised tosee beat Col ton Mslir sh, Lucp stands. Corner last at lulling', Vy county, with W. W. caUMof all the trouble. for everyday in the year during lh the rapid liuproteioent that will follow; you will Brackets, Cent e Tables, Kileml n Ta Penn, P. M. twelve months. be Inspired with nsw life; atrengtu and sctlitly ties, Ea tension Tables, Parlor Chairs, DinlllNIC Nona. Danville wa well reprewill return; pain suJ misery will cease, and henceing Chairs, Ac. I also keep coiiaiHiuly mi hand A LARUE variety of cook stoves, heating sented Friday night. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. One young man forth you will rijolce la the praise of Electric A lull lined llolws, bbr uds, Ctfflns and Hitters. Hold at SO crnta a bottle by Penny A Mo itoreaand grates Just recelted by A. Owa. from there looked aa if he were skating on P P Nunnelley sold to K P.Woods l Iahokeepon hand jdDuiglar Ailtter. ley. Low price. lilt, ao tall and stiff did he appear. The feclin:csttloat$.'I.S0tn$l o TruofUravo Vault. guiratite-.- d D It HijCEIVEI) new pickles in bulk, beat lady skater that has appeared, thl tectlon from vcrmlne, ground birca g liers, damp Jl'ar ALn iimicii'.hjm'is. Mcllran of Bourbon aold to a Pennsyl-vanl- n nesaarid burglars. is Miss Lucy Uurton, while Tom Hill fresh oatmeal, cracked wheat, hominy, party, 20 yearling mule at $100. takra the bakery among the gentlemen I sell at figures that caonoi be Iwaleu Call and mince m at, Ac McAIIster A Dright. Wui. B C'loyd sold loSimaA Matting-l- y see sue Ordera by telegraph promptly att nled to skater. Some young ladies who otherwise mules of Lebsnon 20 head 2 year-ol- d The Psrksvllle correspondent of the would appear graceful, give themselvta an A I IN TJ3 1 1 , IS hand high, at $135. Dsnville Adrorati pay: Someone noticing awkward air by bending forwani a if to KICIIMOND. KENTUCKY. POES ALL KINDS Jim. 1L McAIIater ha bought or W. ol Items l'.lntlDj. Oiling, 1'eiiclllng, Ac, At. Adan advertisement of II. K Wearen, under- on their pedal. This I entirely useless. dress him tot !arllcu!ars. 1 miles taker, in the Interior Journal, with the The young gentlemen will keep an eye on G. WallnctM farm of 200 acre engraving of a coffin being lowered, remark- those feet, if they are even iassably amall from town, at $fiO per acrv. ! Fort Balk. I have 33 bead of fat cat-ti- e ed that Walton waa burying Ewell aud hit and pretty. Pete McHoberta labors hard will weigh between fur sale which "little red hog." The National Dank of Stanford, Inratrd at Stanin the cause. lie skated with one young ford, In tho Hlsteof Kentucky, la closing up II S. W. Given, Sr , Shel-b- y and 1,600 nnd other creditors of said All Town PnorERTV Hales. Geo. 1). Wear-e- n lady -- 7 time the other night and wa preHas Just Opened n Pino Stook of City. Association sr therefore hireby uotlflt. to present the notes and other claims egalmt the Assochit void hia residence, with ita three paring for the USth round, when the Ixll CO acres of June W. Mason bought iation tor nsTuient. Dated, rJIsnlord, Kj-- Oct. S, tore room on drat floor, to the McAliater rang to put out lights. Bob McAliater i land on Grassy Lick pike of Mr. Gibson 18JIJ. J .NO. J. HeltOUKIt'IN. tssbler estate for $10,000 cssh. Daniel Ktagg, Hr, what you might term a daisy akaler. He at $S5 per acre. Before the pike was made haa purchased of Mm. Jai. N. I)avl, her can como as near slating all over the rink Consisting of Mrs. Kate Dudderar, Sterling this land wa olTered at $80.-- Mt. Lsncssier street, home, lot and store home on Lancaster at one and the same time a anybody in Democrat. Stanford, Kentucky, the business. JoeGrimea la the niott dig and Depot street for 'J 760, cash. The amount of corn shipped from Is dally reeettlngnew and beautiful Millinery lingular shaped nified, lie nevel loses his presence of Georgetown by rstl it aatonlshing. There A Tioeii HlTTERN, a Uoods of ery description eeer ythlng of tbe latWAYNE COUNTT. increases his speed, consequently est stylis, and no lady who Intends buying sny bird, native to Sonth America, wai captur- mind nor It a constant stream of wagons going to and Honticetlo. I'tlces aita on the floor. But crime next thioic In ber line should fall lo call on her never ed by Mr. David J. Alcorn a few daya since the depot. The ruling price is $2 a An impromptu hop waa given at sa low as th lowest, bbo Is tbauktul lor past Friday night and see for youiself. It is Iroui ami hopes lor their continuance Mrs. Mollio after having been wounded with a Backa Hotel last evening. barrel. Time. departMyera hs cbaiga ol the the time to seethe boys, to pay noth Game I very plentiful here at present. ment, which Isa sufficient guarantee that ber cusla the fourth bird of the kind that haa worth AIbo, a Wioo Lino, of McAliater A Bailee have purchased will rind no cause lor complaint Ing ol liitenlng to the excellent music. tomers boya come In loaded witli squirrel been brought to thla office In the laat few several hundred barrels of corn at $2 and The partridge nearly every day. and yeara and e ahould judge that they are A Bad Start. Mitchell Preston, a on Satuiday they shipped the first car Farmers are about through vowing getting rather numeroue. railroader and Miss Mary Thompson, n, load of corn to Cincinnati that ever went wheat; a large crop has been sown. They am oponing daily a Full lino of tbo Boat Goods in tho Markot.to bo are now engaged in securing the corn crop sold at Bottom Prioos. Call and oxamtuo. The card of Mr. D. C. 8lnnk of ltich comely young damsel, both of Madison from thla point. which is an unusually large one. EDWARD H. FOX.Propr., Deeda have been recorded as follows' niond, appiani in another column. Mr. county, cam here Ftiday bent on matriIt. Uurnett ha ilisKwed ol III siock McKin-ney- , Wright & Cook, who Kwtb-tsBhanka ia a thorough master of the art of mony. Mitch was in high spirits over the Wm. and Ann E. Burton to J.J. Corner of Wain snd Third blreeta. of good to Meisr 71 acrefof land on Green IUver for are occupying the old stand of Burnett. J. beautifying houses by tho aid of oil, pilots bliss that awaited him aud either accident- KENTUCKY I winding up hi stock of goods DANVILLE. and varnUhea and In that line haa hardly a ally or on purpot got outside of more bug $1,200. John Land to It. It. Gentry, 4 acres W. Sal'ee with a view of retiring frim business for .Cl auperior, aa peraonaln Lancaster and Rich- juice than ho could carry conveniently. and 24 pole land at $10 and G. E. Land to a lime. Having rcceully refitted uiy rooms with all or tho modern Improvements, tnow have the iQe42acreat$t0. Alice Miller and family returned mond will readily teatlfy. Addreaa liltu at While In thla slate he jerked out his little Mrs. She expecla to be- Finest (Jallcry In Central Kentucky! Mr. E F. Gaines, the gentleman who from Lincoln Itichmond or leave ordera at this office and pistol from its concealment and wall led gin housekeeping In her handsome proper-t- v around considerably. Marshal Bruce waa took three premiums at our recent corn DEALER IN- they wilt be attended to. e Wb.o you visit Danrllle, don't tall to call and soe near town right soon. Mr. Joe W. Jltspectfully, Informed of his didoes and just aa be waa show, delivered 12 barrel of hi crop to A. rot. will begin housekeeping at the properA ditter Eul wind haa been blowing entering the Commercial Hotel with Itev. 8 Myers a few daya ago at $225 per bar KUWAKD II. VOX, ty latelv occupied bv Dr. Friable In a few for the laat two daya, which aceuu to March I. 8. McElroy, who waa to lie the knot, the rel. It waa thn beat lot we have ever seen. daje. 'Mr. Wm. Duncan has moved to Photographer Ky, (Jaologtcal Hurrey weak point in a man1 anat- atern hand of the law waa laid on him and and find every Farmers would do well to secure seed from Judge Haynee' poopeity TUV- Mr. I'earson uarlieson ami juis nan-na- h omy. No wonder Job parted through the Instead of walking Into the arma of hla Mr. Gaines of Col. Cosby Oatt Oat!, daughter boll, the Iom of cattle, of children and of waiting bride, he was into W. lL Tucker sold Friday to Geo. II. were married at the residence of the bride' friend and only felt like curaing after the august pretence of Police Judge, T, P. Becker 43 cattle average 1.W0 lb , at $0.25 father of the 13th Inat., bv Elder J J "filling Me belly with Kant wind" aa he ex- - Hill, Jr. Thla rather sobered him and Tbe newly married couple startpel cwt. Clark county will maketfrom 800 Shearer. marriage nn a bridal pwwei it. Such diet would make even a when he saw in his mlnd'a eye the open to 1,000 acres of While Burley tobacco this ed tmmedlatelr after CORN Ga. Mr. Wm. Duncan better man than he feel like "cuwlng" hi door of the jail and contemplated the yesr that will average not lest than 1,000 tour lo Atlanta. Castello were married on ML and Mi Maltie bead off. prospect of their closing upon him, and pound per acre. At 8 cents per pound tho 10th at the rrridenra of Mr. Matthew Castello by Kid. Caleb W. John Murphy, that hemlght spend the night in a dungeon Mi will bring In about BEiuoua Accident. EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELIVAT0RS. The young man Johnson who waa elation agent and merchant at Hall) (lap, Instead of a bridal chamber, ho willed and wounded at Milt Spring on the day of the begged like a little man, "Judge" said he, rbap dangerous-- Col. W. Q. Welch, admlnUtrator of election died last Sunday Since it ha waa very painfully aud "1 have run off with that girt and If I am John Shanks, sold at Crab Orchard Friday, been ascertained that he was an erratic ly hurt about the head aud ahoulder morning aa the 7 o'clock freight waa sent to jail what will become of her 7 For the following property! The Stuart build scion of a good family the tone of public QU15EN8WAHE, GLASSWARE, sentiment haa chan ged to sympathy for the pwaing there. He wa on a young horae God's sake let me oft' this time." The ing In that place to Mrs. 8. P. Well for berea-e- d friends of the deceased. He l Oi-ocei'iejs- J, which he waa trying to break, wheu It be Judge ha a streak of companion In him $1,175; vacant lot of acre to same fur$12lj lit in have been the son of Senator John came frightened and dallied acrora the track and yielding to the plea, took the man's the Hutchinson collage and acre lot to son of Kelson, who wa at one time GovTh Cheat Indian lierb lteuiedy for all Diseases abort time. Conjoin, &o. Also of ths at full apeed in front of the engine, which recognizance to appear at the next Circuit V, W, Dilllon for $275, 1 acre tot on Mt. ernor of the Blate for a to answer a charge of carrying con- Vernon street to G. W. James for $220; the Obituary, knocked hlin down and threw Mr. Mur- Court I.lver, Stemttck, . .I 1.l fltll.-- n Ff. I lfl..itt.A fffram . JllMUCj iBHIII HIIU IIIUUU. a lie igrsiiu vw immt phy face foremoat within a few inches o( cealed a deadly weapon. He also took the Bhanka business house to John Buchanan wheel. Iloth bonee of hi precaution to retain the weapon, which, for $1,250; the home farm near Crab Or- lloberta, ia no morel On'the 18th, his noble Cures the tuost obstinate, and lumlrats forms ol the pondrroua wings of And tho spirit waa bourne away upon tbe iiiwaaaarisins iroui insurant orcmiuu., imnoae were broken arid he received other in-- j fudging from ita looks muit carry a musket chard of 300 acres to Wm II. Anderson for pure Wood and waul oloos loth b;ilm luimoriaiiiy, anu era inn me uetriy gsie II I'uilles tbe Ulood.lt urlea about the bead, which cauied liltu to ball, Preston then returned to the Hotel $20 OS per acre; 60 acre trJCt to Mr. Mary have opened wide to receive the devoted ItRefulsIn tbe llowcla, Promote OIetlon, Acta ou lbs Kidneys, It remain tnaenaible for five hour or more. and In a few moments wa a Benedict, and Maglnnl fur $305; quit claim title to Bjw. husband, tlieafleclonate father, the patriot, The decea. A Hnft, ritumutt None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutter acres to Jno the citizen and the christian, Dr. Bailey waaaeut for and at laat account let ua hone that having awumed such rela en land $115; knob tract of 180 eil was born In Washington county, in th Ing, &c, done on ihort notice. patient waa doing well. The liorM waa tions, he will In future, behave himself, If Buchanan for $216; the Turkeyuiwn tract irran.1 Ol.l Dominion. March 17. 1800. onlv Prepared by H. H. BARNES & CO.. bit Uilurtou. ... P. M. JOHNSTON, no badly hurt that it waa thought beat to not for his own sake, at least for the aske of 200 acre to Stephen Burch for $200 and tr year after the death of the Immortal NCUoMKiT a o rioo, iu , eiauioru, i - Kr Salosmon. I Waahtuglpn. DAVID BKINNKH, riolj by Druuia 200 aire of knob land to stme for $100. erjwurr of hi trusting bride, Hi father came to Ken.Miu kill It. y lnpy. beauty to the pretty loot and make an ugly Adavi. of Garrard, aged 36 one appear a pretty a the prettiest. Tils year, ha been adjudged a lunatio and I the weather for them too, so delay not ordered to the Aaylum. in supplying yourself es, ; i Canned Goom. We carry the largest From a Delayed Danville Letter. and moat 'elect stock of canned good In Scarlsf Fever ha broken out In Ball the city, nnd are prepared to otter extra Seminary and the school has been dismissInducement by doten or can, California ed till Dec. Ilh. Mis Mollie Johnson of good a apecialty. McAliater A Bright. Fayette Is tho sdll-te- d scholar. Welsh, missing from our file Wisemen A (Jo and Harris, Durham A There Notice. a copy of the Imue of Nov 8th, 1878. We Dunlap wtll soon Ioe a member of their Mrs. Jrshua B. Adams died Saturwill rend the Intkiiioii JourtNAL three firms month free to the person furnishing, u day of puerperal mania. She wa n daughter of Thomas M. Lilian), Kq , nnd with It. leave an Infant ls than a week old. You had letter call on f I. C ICupley and get your Winter suit, a the season aeern MARRIAOES. to have ret In In earnest. He keep only Is reKrtcd that Tommy lull has It the btt good and charge reasonable taken to himself a wife In the person of " price. Misa Georglana Jenninga. Mr. Francis M Sims obtained license Those who were up in time raw a brilliant Aurora llorrali yeferdy morning yesterday to marry Mis Rachel E., daugh about 4 o'clock. Kloetrio torfu have ter of Joseph Fletcher, on the 23 1. hren o great within the last few day aa J B. Hughes and Linl Daugherty were to render telegraphing exceedingly diffi married In the parlors of the National Hocult. tel yesterday. They were from Lincoln runaway couI have received a Urge and handfomo county, and were a " line of Dolman on a week' approval and ple. Harrodsbnrg Enterprise. Mr W. T. Price Life of Kev. Geo. would respectfully auggrst to those In need of such article to call at once and examine O. IUmm is to appear In a few week. Mr. a this I the best oportunlty for securing Price wa here several week ago for the them that will he offered Ihi season. They purpose of Interviewing several parties range from $16 to $.'10 and are strictly first-cl- who wero intimately acquainted with the In getting In every particular. J, W. Ilayden good Evangelist and succeeded some trj Interesting points for the book. Btanford, Ky. It will contain 3.10 pagca and steel engravTil K 1'nglneer are here surveying around ing of Mia Marie a well aa Mr. Barnes the Junction for the location of the work will appear. shop. The railroad company will tale 68 DEATHS. acre of land from the (Shanks Ilros. aod J W. McAIIater, for the shops and ride Thomas lUllou, brother of Kid. Joseph track at a cost of $110 er acre, the town Ballon ofthi county, died in Mitchell of Stanford paying $00 er acre ol the count, Jvansa laat week. He w a native amount and the Company the balance. of Pulaski and fur una or two terms, was The hullillnt will not be ictively pushed sheriff of thecounly. till next Bpring. 'Squire Hiram Jtobert of Crab Or The Plank Walk in the West end of chard, died Halurday, He waa an honest town i fearfully out of repair. In many man, a good cillien and a christian gentleplace the planb are gone and In other man, and at such hi loss Is a publiccalam elsewhere In loose, makTiig a perfect Irap for the unwary Ity. Hi obituary appear Dli Nelon LTTI-E'SLincoln County Farm Lan! I liars sold out my n.kerr snd Confectionery business In Hunf-r- i snd would take lias a laeorfr all persons Indebfrd in mi would rows lorwsrd srnl Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. tucky in 1820, and he and a brother of deceased were shortly after drowned in Dlx Danville, Nov. 20 County Court is Hirer. Left an orphan at an early age, he well attended. Cpt. Bush reiort 100 to donned the bright shte'd of honor, the helmet of Integrity and with the sword Of In125 cattle of medium quality, 4 to 4 j cents dustry h rsrved bis war np the rugged for best No mules Ping horse $05 to hill of povsriv until he stood triumphant It, W Given A Son, of Lincoln, upon the brna I, rnmmtnding plain of inde$80 took premium on while corn In the Adto- - pendence, and lird In ease and luxury, widow in comfortable eofaehow J.W Simpion bought of L.V, and leaves hi a considerable estate tp hi Philip hi farm on Lexington pike, six two dsttifhlet and only he'rs. The most mile from Lancaster, nt $50 per acre exalted human being nrn not without Itev. K. It. Noel ha just closed a meeting their faults and the deceased may hive had BUSINESS MANAGER'S DEPARTMENT. 1 ForSalel helnsjcon-slmctAnsa-cellent Important 21 I oiler for sale irlrslely my farm of 175 seres on lllx Kleer "4 miles Fattnl Htanford, within ahslfmlla oflhsoew turnrlk" " from Slsnfonl lo Prraehemllle dlrl-roa- d etllealonce S Plnmaiund lnilil II I' lltWSKI.V. frum the dwelllnc to the pike. Ilullillngs sre brick and frame, with ID rooms Welt wstered with fine springs, poms ot them medical wster Improvements Orst-claIncluding the fencing Terms literal Address rr call on MK.H.NAKAH COOK, 79-- 1 m tiianlnrd Lincoln county Ky. WM. DAUGHERTY Successor lo Hangherty A Holmes, , HTANFOKI), - - KENTUCKY, or- - at Shelby City. Fourteo l addition to the Breck Jone was elected lo the church Legislature of Missouri from St Louis, over two opponents, leading hi ticket. He got the unanimous vote of the Convention which nominated him, composed of forty-fiv- e delegate. LINCOLN COUNTT. ' tea-so- n gu ik Hustonrille. According to the established precedent the night of the 10th gave us a specimen of real Winter. On Saturday night the prevailing ma lariat claimed another victim in the per son of Wm. II Mouncr, one of our most estimable young men. He was burled at our Cemetery on Sunday r. M., In the presence of a large astenibly. .Misses A. M. Balnea of Atlanta, Ga, and Minnie Dinwiddle of Stanford, visited our village Saturday in the interest of the "Acanthus " They succeeded better In ob taining subscribers than I expected. By s can the way, Miss Minnie Is a vasser. Sam William subscribed with the express understanding that the paper shall be strictly reticent on the hackneyed theme of the Prodigal Son. Cole Carpenter having purchased of Dr. 8. G. Ilocker the property lately owned and occupied by Mrs. Tilman Hocker, dee'd , at the low rale of $1,100, proposes 10 separate from idle associate and give his spare time to the improvement of his home and the moral culture of his family. The sale of the Powell Hotel advertised (Monday), will pretably elicit fur considerable competition. Several bidders from abroad are expected. Mr. Biker (he is able to do without the much abused "Prof.") i busily engig ed In drilling our young musicians. The writer does nut clsim to be a musical critic, though he believe with Byron that the the sweeteot, most attractive, dinner bell and most exciting instrument in the world's orchestra yet he thinks that under the skillful inatruction of Mr. B. the boy are making manifest improvement, I doubt, however, whether they will ever have the taste to try Andy Gibbony's fa vorlte. (See Sam Williams.) The funniest joke of the season a contained in Saturday's Enquirer where it is gravely stated, in effect, that a British reformer is in Cincinnati investigating the art and mystery of manufacturing lager beer, with n view to furnishing a harmless beverage which can be used aa a substitute for intuxicstlng drinks and thus promote the tempt ranee enterprise. Sam Boone would delight to take the pledge In the foaming schooner, and he could win the wor'd aa converts. The schooner savors of the ancient theory which ascribed curative virtue to "a hair of the dog that inflicted the bite " 1 append a note in verification of the oft used quotation: "The Schoolmaster it abroad," and rather hinting the necessity for hia sjieedy return. The history of the document I lit I; A young gentleman of a neighboring village being somewhat mashed In reference to one of our young ladies, wrote to a friend for information as to the precise time of the anticipated "dedication here." The following I a certified copy of the reply names of course omitted : accordind to Prom Ice I "Friend Dr. find from the diluted and Sulfuric heaviness of the atmls Phear that Is now contained in Side of the Babtis cathedral and which dampness has caused a Procrastination of the dedication untill the inSidecan be calvanlted I will let you know in due " 8eF" Brown' time aa ever your Dick requests that it be distinctly staled that he fa not the author of the above first-clas1 his, lieingaman of high prejudices, but they were weighed down with wonderful and prod (gnu virtue In the other scale. A an Instanre of hi eratilude, hi wife told me that a few dva before ha waa taken sick, shft spoke to him shout toy attending to sit her law suit when she was the widow Clsrk and that I never charged her what I might. He said then vnti must not charge him any pasture. This show his noble nature and generous d!so-sitloand a grateful remembrance of deed that the purging wavrs of ten Innir year had not i (herd. From the very first the drceased appearrd to know that the dread summons had come and wa psrfsctly resigned to hi Master' will, A telegram waa sent to a daoghter in the far West, but she will arrive only lo find that her father's voice is still In death and hi ear ton dull and cold to bear her ownl HI sorrowing dstighter have onrdrepest syra path v and we condole with hia true and devoted wife whose heart h been riven by the thunder-Vof grief. The grsnd old landmarks are being rapidly swept way by the destructive wave of time. Many nohle who once adorned Crab Orcitiien on the l chard are now answering mystic n of Eternity. The dread day I lie cruel monster is approehln iscoming one-thirdt roll-cal- MYERS HOTEL, JFine STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Fropr. Tbia Old and Woll - Known MAacrarTusar Carriages, Buggies, Hotol Still Maintains its High Hoputation, AMD Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF first-clafirst-cla- ss their Qnciti. "ALL KINDS. Haa;a;age will be We manufacture Carrlagea of all descriptions, eoiterrd to aid from tbedepot workmen aod using employing onlv free of charge. Special sceommoilatloaa to material, and sell at reasonable only to Commercial Trattlera. The lltrwlllbs fiirurm elyle, workmanship and material con.ld-e- d. alnaja aipplled with the choicest tl) HH. IMKIIIIH1. brsiAs or l.lqior. aa4 Clears. !$ w ' "Oh! may we so lira that When t'i unimmiriii'i to Join Tho Injuoirrsblo caravan that move) To the mjslertons realm of ahtJe. Where each ihall tak hi chamber In the a lent ha la of Death We in if s not like the quarry stars Erourget! to hla dungeon. 1ut ii held and autlalned by an unfaltering SITIiUBIIalEU 3 Masilxa. asjJM g i) ,!, WtmiX ij3 .jgnu. Having bought out S. II. Baiigliinan, we will keep hand nice lot of Horses and lluggies, which will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. are also in THE COAL all share of the a A. T. NVNjrx.L.IiEir, jQfr B. KWEAHEN, Doalor in Furniture, tliecdi-hratn- 11 p-- B. C. SHANKS. 1 NOTICE E. P. OWSLEY . BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL GLOTHS.TRUNKS I TIM W. BIGGINS. Snlosmnu. ..r Mantua-Makin- g 89-- tf Excelsior Art Rooms sl . 1y. I! MjLtirlarJI -- 1 9 Sal-le- 4S1-- Shelf Hardware, Iron, noitsr. niioi:8, noitsi: mioi: nailn, SHAFTS. SHELTERS, double-quicke- d Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, I $75,000.-Demo-- cral. BLOOD fHJW0sl Straw Cutlers, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, Bat-urd- wzmmMMamJZ Stoves.Tmware, FruitJars Hiilt, Lime, THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, IIll.I,i:i lI.OW. taf. J"L lOENUINE OXiXVEIC .... .. ..r..- -- r HiiMsaaaasMaaM BTANTORD, XHKOt.oar ICST. 21, 1882 TuesJay Morning, November iy Titrc qcartrxh. How, t'a of ft notion In my bud del when yon com to die, An elan' da 'lamination In da Col IIotiM In de aky, Tonll be aetonlahed at d qnoetloM d aDgel'a (wta to ax When he glte yon en ! wllneee aten' an' Fin JOJ la defeo'e) yon might? cloeely "bout your dotn'a Ceuee hell la the nil VttenntlHcn qacetlotT gwlna to todder you An' a eight! your eyee 11 open wider den dey ebbcr don Den it it If, TChcn Ufo'. bechata yon Iwute chick en eerare del hap- ! :- - pened long age I De atgele on de picket Una er long d Milky Way Keepa a watchln' what yon'n drlbln' at as' burin, whil yon y. No natter what you want to do, no matter wber 'jfc yju'i gvlne, Dey'a mighty ap' to Bod It out an' peae I long do Una; Ah' oTn'at do meetln', when yon make a f um an' langh, by da golden tele. Why, dey aend da newa ri v graphs lien da angel In da ottlW, whal'e a atttln' by da gate, Tee reada do menage wld a look, an' clap It on da elate I Den yon better do yonr doty well, an' keep your conee enca clear, An'kccpalookln'elrelghtahead an' vatcbln' har yon atter 'Canaa artcr a while da tlme'U coma t Journey from deles'. An' deyll take yon way op In da a'r an' pot yon on' da lUn"; Den you'U hab to llttcn to da clerk in1 aniwer ratghty etralght, Ef yon ebber 'rpee' (o trat b'a f roo da alaplailer gate! TktOrntHrf. J- - FLEEING FROM A FORTUXE. Tho son roso propitiously bright on Oraco Hylvcster's wedding morn; tho air was balmy, tho nicy blue, and oil nuti.ro seemed in sympathy with tho linppy day. Presently a stir awoko in tho household, that soon Hwelied into a murmur o( consternation. Tlio brido was missing. Somo ono liad gono to her chsm-'bc- r to onakonhor and found it empty. Immediately a search was instituted, Tho which proved fruitless. was sent for, but ho could offer no explanation ; Iiko tho parents, ho was distracted with anxiety, Grace Sylvester was a proud, impulsive girl, with a warm heart and impetuous temper. She win all only child, and somewhat Bpoilcd, as was natural ; but nothing that could bo imagined or adduced could account for this unheard-o- f freak ; sho had not even fastened a as a koy to nolo on tho tho mystery, after tho custom of hero inos. For a week previous to this now unlucky day, tho Sylvester mansion had continuously opened its hospitable portals to arriving guests. Friends and relations of Mr. Frank Howard, tho expectant bridegroom, crowded to do honor to tho occasion, which tho Sylvester connection were not less eager to embellish with their presonce. This singular occurrence, therefore, could not possibly bo preserved a secret, and tho chagrined and distracted host and hostess had all tho added misery of knowing that their daughter's inexplicable flight was tho subject of all sorts of surmises and discussions by those who in sot phrase endeavored to condolo with them, and at tho samo timo hint at insanity as tlio only solution of such an unprecedented freak. But a special gleam was soon destined to Ultimo tho darkness. Grace had not bees unmindful of her dear parents, nor her dovotod lover. A letter addressed to tho former hod been dropped by her in tho postofHcc. It was brief, and evidently written under tho prcssuro of etatement ; but, even in its fragmentary hite, Air. and Mrs. Sylvester could twee their daughter's tenderness ; and her lovor, despite tho undisputed myS' tcry of its tone, took consolation from it. Its contents may bo rendered thus i f,8ho had left of her own free will find unaccompanied, though sho admittod that sho Mould bo met at her journoy'a end by a worthy guardian, in whoso care she would remain, and who, at tho ex. piratlou of a week, would bring her homo again; until then, alio begged thoywnttlJ wait for her explanation, ami aboo all forgivo any pain or annoy anco bor hasty disappearance had caused. - Ttiis epistle, though gratefully received, ainco it assured them of her safety, was not, of course, entirely satis factory to her parents and lover. Despite, hor promise to return, they could not remain quiet till tho cxpira tioa of tie' timo named, but sought her 1b every, conceivable place ; but, as was of avivu a.uu tiro Dwuriijr ui uur rvirum, Grace did not mean to bo found till after tho interval she hod named. Ono by ono, or m binull parties, as tboy IfaJ feme, tho wedding guenw do. Tfioy carried to their own parted. houses a charmingly inuxliaustiblo theme for gossip and wonderment. Every ono held ft separate solution and theory, and the subject promlsid to bo ono of uuu-suvariety Mid entertainment. But only ono of them poacoiaed any clew la tho truth and elio, shy, insidious plottet that sho was, had laid a train whaio success promised oven bojoud her hopes. Sho watched it develop-mea- t In sikuco. It was not her cue to speak but to await tho fulfillment of her design, and so sho lingered, profcasiiig tuo lntcnhcsl sympathy for all, and at tlio somo time contriving to bestow tho most of it on Frank Hunan, her distant cousin, brido-groom toilet-cushio- n, a! -i.- - ? fThti young, lady, Muy I'rescott by name, had long been hopolobsly in loo with her Gouuin Frank. Sho knew thut lib bear! was devoted to another, but had never luul an opjiortuulty of seeing g her rival till the generous and Gnice, wUhiug to gho both her and Fruk plcusuro, hail askod her by UMur to bo tlio of her bridAyuiuld uujus-pectiu- wm then gnlned, VTill rw tV Uttla wadding gift film had unlimited faith in her own (tow- from me, as 1 navo not yet presented you er of croAting discord, and had secretly with one?" Frank asked, meekly, resolved to Keparato tlio lovers and win " With pleasure," Graco neswercd, m Frank for herself, evon nt tho clovcnth sho extended her hand, expecting to intir a jewel case. Her first interview with Grnoo conBnt, instead of that, a ponderous legal vinced her that ardent and impulsivo document was produced, ttwhich Gnvcd generosity was tho strong point of her' gazed in blank surprise. character. On this sho acted. Then Frank explained that, despito " Hov oddly tho gifU of fnto oro Miss Prcscott'a kind interest in their I" said she, with n sigh, m they Affairs, tho fortuno was not lost, as sho wcro talking together tho night beforo had mado n slight mistako in dates; and tho wcildlng. " Ono would tliink it was his nnclo's discernment in solcctiug bo enough to get a beautiful wife, without charming a wifo for him had mado him grasping af a great fortune, too ; but tho happiest of mon. then Frank always hod a keen oyo for May Proscott'a chagrin at tho failure tho main chance. of her conspiracy, and tho delight of Graco's faco flushed n deep, indignant Graco's parents at her good fortuno can crimson; her full, bright oyos flashed easily bo imagined, with sudden anger as sho looked at May Graco boro her partial defeat with Frcseott steadily. charming equanimity, as sho was quite "Fray cxplaiu yourself, Miss convinced, by somo mental process of said. do not understand hor own, that sho had her husband's you in tlio least." love. Bo sho was reconciled to tho pos"What I havo you never heard of tho session of a fortune! will of Frank's eccentrio old Undo Paul? A XISTAKK lr.W StADK. But I am sorry ; perhaps 1 havo dono A young lady gavo "her young man" wrong in mentioning it. No doubt ho meant to decoivo you no, no I I don't a beautifully worked pair of slippers, and mean that I mean porliaps ho did not ho acknowledged tho present by sending her liis picture, incased in a handsomo wish you to know." Sho affected to bo ovcrcomo with con- frame. Ho wroto a note to send with it, fusion at her own inadvertence, and pro- and at tho Bnmo timo replied angrily to dun for an unpatd-fo- r tended to regret having said so much. an suit of clothes, no gavo n boy 10 cents Graco quietly but firmly demanded to to deliver tho package and notes, giving know all. explicit directions m to tho destination "You havo sold too much to rcccdol" of each. she cxclaimol. "Tell mo all thcrois It was a boy with a freckled face, and to tell." ho tliscliorgcd his errand in n manner This was just tlio opportunity May that should givo him anicho in tho tern-pl- o desired. Sho nroso to seo that tlio door of fame. was closed ; then, satisfied that bIio and Tlio young lady received a note inhcr Graco wcro alono together, sho poured adored one's handwriting, and flow' to into her victim's car tho story whoso reher room to devour its contents. Sho was Graco's flight from home. sult opened tho missivo with cagor fingers, Tho week passed anxiously enough to and read : tlio tliroo pcoplo who wcro awaiting tho Tm getting tired of your everlasting wayward brido's return. Tho appointed attentions. Tho suit is about worn out day came, and early in tho morning a already. It never amounted to much, carriage- stopped beforo tho Sylvester anyway. Please go to thunder " mansion, and Graco alighted from it, And tho tailor was struck utterly dumb followed by an old nurse, of whom sho when ho opened a parcel and discovered o had always been fond, and whoso tho picturo of his delinquent customer, explained tho fact that Graco had with a note that said : boon staying in her home, not five miles "When you gazo upon tho features, away. think how much I owo you." Grace walked into tho houso with an When tho unfortunate young man air of mingled triumph and deprecation. called around that evening to receive tlio strango greetings wcro over After tho happy acknowledgment ol his sweetMr. Syh ester, with attempted sternness, heart, ho was ostentatiously shoved oil demanded tho promised explanation, and tho steps by tlia young lady's father. this was tho story : Chronicls. San " Tho night beforo my wedding day I learned, from somo ono who thought I COSTLY J1VILUISGH already know it, that Frank was about Tho English Jluihler gives tho coscot to inherit $100,000 upon a strango con- somo of tho recent buildings in Europe, dition. Ills uncle had died and left that and they are nearly all cheap, by Ameramount to liim, provided ho married mo ican prices. Tlio now Grand Opera Houso within a year after the testator's dentil. at Paris, tho greatest in tlio world, cost " I had novcr seen this uncle, bnt, as $8,000,000; but even so trivial a building I learned from my informant, ho had as tlio Masonic Temple, in Now York, met mo by chancoinoneof theXow York opposite Booth's Theater, containing a hospitals, and, after taking tho troublo fow small halls, cost SI ,900,000. Tlio to inquito my name, and no doubt satis- French Government spent on tho now fying himself of tho suitability of tho Paris Postofflco 80,000,000; tho United connection, he mado up his eccentrio States tho samo on tho Now York mind that Frank should marry mo or and $2,080,507 on tho Boston lose a largo fortune in tho event of dis- Federal building. Tlio Hotel do Villo obeying his command. in Paris was put up for $8,000,000; tho Now, though I am deeply obliged " now" Court Hou-- o in New York cost for tho distinguished honor meant mo by $12,000,000 to $13,0C0,000, d or tho deceased, I posithely decline to bo moro stolen; and Philadelphia is rapidly bartered away to any ono at n stated laying away tho cost of tho Parisian price. building in tho gigantic pilo which is to "It was sufficiently embarrassing to houso its City Government Tho British me to know that tho old gentleman was House of Parliament cost, many years attracted by a whim of mine, nnd ago, $17,250,000; tho Capitol at Albany mistook it for clmracterist'ovirtue. Tlio will cost more beferj tho State finishes fact is, during that winter my llrst in it, and in its unfinished condition baa Now York I was seized with a fancy to already cost a largo fraction of this sum. vary my round of pleasures by an after- Tlio English Foreign Office, recently noon among tho sick, to whom I carried built, cost $2,750,000; tho State Depart e gift of fruits, nnd it ment at Washington, which is just now tho was whilo I was distributing theso effbr-ing- s approaching completion, cost in all that tho matrimonial project oc- $t,500,000, which is about equaled by curred to Frank's uncle. tho State Capitols of tuo or thrco States, " Do you not understand, aud can you Illinois and Connecticut. not sympathizo with me? Had I reA Yankee coachman was driving somo mained here, no explanation could havo altered tho cose, and I should Englishmen about Boston recently, nnd, inevitably havo liccouio Frank's bride, ut last, brought them to tho monument under conditions alike piinful to my on Bunker Hill. "Ah, yea," said ono bcliqvo this is tho lovo of truth and I have of tho explorers, always declared I would bo loved forny-scl- f placo where wo Englishmen gavo you alone, not for qualities I did not Yankees a sound thrashing, isn't it?" possess, nor tho money of a whimsical Tho driver scratched his head and then quietly replied: "Mister, can you toll old goutlomau." Sho drew along breath as sho finished mo who owns this parcel of ground at her recital, and hold out her hand with tho present timo?" her own winning frankness. Aunt Jane came, down from Vermont "Tho last week of tho year expired yesterday," sho said, with an uumistak. to isit Bostou for tho first timo. Durnblo sparklo of triumph in hcrhundaomo ing a tire in her ticinityon tlio third eyes. "If you tnue mo now, trunk, it iiiht after her arrival, tho firemen's cry aroused hor from must bo all for lovu. There's no longer fur "moro hoso xaeeful slumber, and, like a philan-thiopiany money in tho question." who had no waste timber in hor " With all tny heart 1" cried tho indulgent lover. "Sinco you luwo come heart, she throw out of tho window all back to mo of your oun free willud t ut three pairs of her best woolen stockhavo no farther "objections to niako to ings. our union, I consider mjself ono of tho Amono birds tho rooster is on early happiest and most fortunate cf brideriser, and then comes tho crow. grooms." UXUIC J'JUCJSS Ho caught Graco's pretty, unreluctant A aOOD ltKASOX FOU traveling A Philadelphia gentleman hand in his and pressed it rapturously to Ids lips, with a smilo quite as trium abroad writes that ho and a friend phant as her own, and n glance whoso stopped at a small caf o in tho suburbs ol intonso and wischimoua meaning was Paris for refreshments. Their repast not explained until after tho quiet nod- was a light ono, consisting tea, toast ding, at which May Frcseott was tho and eggs, but tho bill was a heavy ono, only guest, for Mr. aud Mrs. By I. ester's nino francs in all. "Garoon I" exclaimed one of tlio tour-fctprudenco and worldly wisdom still con" how's this ? Please'expWu." demned their impulsivo daughter's esca" Well, you reo, messieurs," apologi. pade, though their partial tenderness xea tho waiter, " two franca forUie tea forgavoit., ggs.'' "You havo chosen poverty in xrcfer-cno- o and toast and soven francs for " Ah, the eggs aro Tory searoq about to w ealth," they said, "and so must hero?" bo content to do without tho grand wed. " Non, monsieur, egg we not scarco, ding wo had contemplated." Graco submitted with tho best humor but Americans aro " JYwreM. possible; sho hod tested Frauk's lovo Hall's Catarrh Owo in taken Inlernallr and gained her own end, and all was It acta directly upon the bloid and thtmu-M- l anrface of this ayafrm. Price, 76c bright beforo her inexperienced eyes. After tho wedding, Frank asked his For aale by Penny fk McAlUter, Blan'ord. brido: If Catarrh has dettrovtd your iwnee of "Aro you quite satisfied with 'your amrll and hearing, Hall' Catarrh Cure wilt ihoico of poverty, and glad that your cure jo l, 70 centa r bottle. DrugjtuU Mil It. marriage occurred instead of a $100 UKWAHD week ago'' " I gfTarrd fur nnr caa nf Catarrh that can't lUU'a Catarrh Cure. Taken am ticrfectlv dellohtod " Grace an. b cjirt'J-xU- h T -"- ttTiTtrnally, Price, 7ft cental We'a'WeX. Frcs-colt,"B- My t curling nhjtot - rr.KASAXTRJEa. KTIIOIUMT, SOUTH -- IU II. I M.rileon, Wirt" aro pretty girls like wild cherl.'OIl HATllt l,tor rMlree etery Hnnday morning and Um blnl ries? Bccanso theymako you puokcr I'rayer Meeting enry rlllnaleil nn Hit Danville A Lanrantrr lke, at Col. nlintetiept rtmr'e brldee Alinut 60 acree In wheal, will, h la Thurlay nlahl. rhirelay nrhwl k im a M. ! up yonf lips. treitel wllh crater and tlmxlhe, niaklrg alnKtt Itee II t MnttUoii, Htiwrlntenilent, Tha Mlnlonary hociety nierta here nn tha lat enure urtn in grew, wen wai re a wun eeeerii Wnr is tho discover of tho Snrth STANFORD, KENTUCKY the Mra T.T. rlnnday Inrach Month, al I n'eleck nereral neeer lallie epilul abmenaofthelargett and Imt eptlngieinila n lha reuntr, making II a liat liMa, raeldauL polo liko an Illicit nhisky manufactory? Haean It fml, cmnrnrla I deolrable eterk buiii Jl, Ileum, I'eiut rterilree '"""I rinwi.n'e eelaMUrimenl .J ltaln tip einnke bnuw arnl BAITINT.-IIhvItociiuxo it is ri sccrit still. Ue dwelling hue. lee hone and Keuilh Sundijt, , naming and wlllttinuniie tha butlneaa il keepconalenliy on l,ern ! rabln leteiitlr Inlllt, a toonf nrrhanl . nn .., I I I'rajri Mellng erery Wednreday Dn, Holland wroto, " There's a song nanii rmn 11.11. .nti 11.. l.l. an.l f.a II.. nt IVIinnli- - apple Irern. ( nlkihlien, garden, Ae night, ftiniiayi4hwilatyi0a.il. It, K, Harrow 14 Iriiltt aal at her (nPrllonerlea, afCanlle Titiiitraaieiiieiie anown on appiieaiion in tho air." Investigation would have uhleh I Inelte the attention t the public I will nn rh e ninney mey remain nn mnrteate iianoi In perlnt indent a'm leep Freeh Klih ami Mil JOHN mill. IIMII, Wornhlp by tha fnntrrgnllT.tfeT. shown him that tho air was in tho song, Utire.trr Ky. ClllllfTIAN dar. rrearhlnahr lir J. w. tine OYNTr.ltS AT AM. IIOI'ItN. on rim ami inirit lonfi ilava Handle Hrhmt A rjYMc; sayho agrees with LongfelTbonienilanf grarea are at is Joe 8terame, Hulierlnlrndent. I hate teeii-r- l Iheiertletaot Mr, Jaiaea Peak at annually tobbwl n( their low that "lifo is not nn empty dream." JUKSirtTCItlAN, 'foTiTM -I- ter. T.J. MeM- el Mini. Urea prelnnged, fink, hu will alaaya be rouml rrn.ly to mlnUler happlnnMetld health It is a full dream, pretty much all night-mar- 10 yonr eranlt I'on t forget that I elm keep the Itcut, CONFECTIONERY ! A Lincoln Co. Farm-- ' 200 Acres lilt Hill IIIHM1IHU. BAKERY i .... ....(.. m after-mu- c, ROBBED re-- 1 "Too i utfcit ;) absorbed . , r in his busi- ness," was tho comment of a Weslcrn nowspacr on tho death of a brewer who was drowned in a tank of his own beer, the l.nrrlt ralea -- COMMERCIAL HOTEL, GERMAN INVIGOMTOR! hail an Where eaealtenl Imi tommy tiMviinagrni Hiiirlnteti,lrnt we.inee.iay nigbla. Union I'rayer Meeting on ft, Sni J. I'. II AMHIN. 1'nir.rlelor "I papa," said a pretty girl to her father Tho indulgent father forked over tho money, and her head now fills tho long-fe- lt want. "Iwaxt ono of those long felt lmui, HALL'S" Ratarrh Cnelty-Chra- kat,l.a. wnllaalae j (,! tua aeaalttanl I ae ,.,,.-ia f aaataea- n iiirn ii a,,wi ,.,,f ' thut f tiff.....MrriAiirf?, aaj all! llfi- - anjirat M-o-I tta nf .,r I" 41 ei t..,k aa e. tit t .i gt a. If Jk "' atat a "a nliril VI ll.c ltk. tr-uilrrrMl UmIiii If. tn .a ,lu aaal IJanw 11 itkl a'-ilellllinut VI al.Un I'miiaiiiiDiiiu ltl"' letvl I runiuminton nana ihmh nlhrr dlrfiit hi . ami tirv . .. a. a. 4.. nllltlTB irn'r ad cr7iii ir riiiHiaiai "nn inn mnalale fre by mall I WKIO . - -- ,.l ...Tha ..waT- - 1... R l.v all. ., .1. -w, ,' u r,a WIU Ut dnwditi.nr will 1 rent free by mall, He rely nur-.in- ii PCBllil. on niripi I I'nrr, "j OPERA Klienftlage, house;. Fropriotor. fiTANFflllD. KV I com 1 pros-cno- say tho best brain food is meal ; bo, if you wish, to Hatter n 18 RECOMMENDED BY PUYSICIAKQ. scientist by somo delicate allusion to his nna mental capacity, all yon have to do is Oatarrh of tho Nnenl 01 inn bar. a.ya or uiorativoi I uaiarrn INT&RNALLV, ond Throat. It taken to call him a mnsh-hcathen run. Blood nets BINCOTLV upon thaSjctem.nnd It Mucoua Burfnooa of tho Masteh Tovtur (returning from tho IS tho hoot Blood Purifier In tlio WOx'LD, nnd la worth ALL that Ic funeral) "Why did Uuclo Jonas cry so charged for itjforTHAT nlono. for, mint ? Ho cried more than any" Auut (grimly) " Of coureo I ONLY 1K7ERHAL CURE FOR CATARRH body I ri Most of tlio property is left to him, my aiaa. aai4fcia'. And we crtTer Ono Hundrod Dollar tor cny dear." Cnao of Cnttrrh It will not Oiiro. "WrtAT is mean timo?" nsks a correAVILL CDIlli ANY CABU. Co. I OCloo of A. T. BravART spondent. Going to a picnio alone and Cmcioo, III .Juno 4, lbtu. I seeing your llrst and second-bes- t girls Vetera. F J. Chentrtt On, TWeilo, (f'enliemen I Uko tileoauro In Informlat TOO uaotl llllla IVitarth Olrv It liaa with two fellows you hate, is about as .T.nt I curol mo- - I rra4 rcrr U.vl an.l don t hrelt&tei to nearly our idea of a moan ttmo as pen iwiy hat It will cure riny raao of C'aurrli If token properly. luurainnr, 7tiTniiifoaa, can express. liunlctlc. J. U. 70nTH CIO A IIOTTLK. Said the night watchman, when about IIkt had E. Mrmur.Jacktcn. MlelL. wrtt dusk ho was invited to drink a cup of CatairhforWyiorn. Hall nCaUrrli Cure cuiej o.e ConrlilrrltworthttaCOaliottle. coffco: "No, thank you; coffee keeps hy all Ilrurc .U at IS rt per botOj. I mo awako all night." Then ho saw his ' amifictiirrj nn.1 anl.t be F J CHEXEY & W Vryirietora, TOLEDO, OUIO. blunder, looked very mndi embarrassed I'or aala In FlanlutJ Ly Tenny A McAlliler. and tried to explain it. But it was no use. OO KAHT1 1 What timo is it, my dear?" asked a OO MOUTH ! wifo of her husband, whom sho susVIA LOUISVILLE AXO TUB pected of being drunk, but who was doing his best to look sober. " Well, my W. darling, I can't tell, 'cause, you see, OHIO & MISSISSIPPI there aro two hands on my watch, and 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 each points 'to a different flguro and I don't know which to licliovo." nlo d jry-f- Scientists fa agj .( ,l j.l l. i. ,, It.iTint 9.yr) a.l. W. P. WALTON, Mote agent for the United sialea i, 4'iik.vr.v, lis Aiuiniitrtei, irjieiM,iinii. v. niM M,M rvni . elelrUol Healing eaatlly, Iwludlng gallery, too. llraMinabla ralea In gu,l alliaetluae. Addrrea ae aboea CONDKN8KD ' . TIME. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, III I11T ST .rlTANFOIlIl, KV 0, 6, WINE, r, (A NIHir iinuiiaik.UL. mm: Son a do a in a co 7 10 ' IlAIMtOAIt TRAINH lldlN'tl KOttTII iKt Maarii T, IMI MajLeaafli fmn' ff'J)J- -- ijceaam.i X .aaiaiaaraaaakrr.-- . .j.aas "! iej Lta. Ulchiuond... " Laneaiter " Lltlngiton ., ' Crab orchard ......, ..... .. -. I . innxi. fomrV XieH 'm ' a Mlantord Mhelhe L1lr is ln lanianon., . New llaten Arr. Lebanon Junction . " " llimllle junction Mltchellehurg. ... ' - .. .. . iinrei . ,11 iu Ill 10 a 10 ' " ''aV MW! th. r"MiBiaaaffl ikiejin - leHHTaT IfwBial " Mnnumrnte, Ileadtlonee, Tablet,, Ac Maible Moik o' all klnda mally anteed on eiecu-te-- il aud aattia faetloa guarplica -- lTKam'lK. VitJlfltkmMmK ' aeBe.eaaBaaap4- 'II I U) ' tion iy ' Cincinnati Juuellon I.oultllle- - illtl a in ... nra ' ii .tTfSUeaat ai eaBaaiaw a- jL"aBmmw.Bmi FREEI SELF-CUR- TIIAIN8 UtllNtl SOUTH. Maacit I, Lea. laiutaillle. Lea. blanford. BEUABLE E ld Arr. " Crib Orchard.-- .. Utlng-Ui- a .. . ...........,...... .. -. -.- Itll. rli. ciun. Arr. Ulchmnnd. Lee, Unciuter . ... .. ... . . . IUiu IMltin ID " 4 10 JM " t0" fkvnrlte nrrartntlAii nt fine nt ttHt BVa-- 1 and eucrewful eperlallala In Ue tl H, tnuw retired fartheriirenf .Verrwwa A nol-- 4 - "i Uplalneealedeurelopera. linifguucaaflll.. Addreia DR. WARD t, CO., Uolalaaa. Ma. LelJtfMHiaw4tie'ealr,aeeaaxjdlreaait,. ft4fy( Maul " j.J WJil'f VV 1HE OISFJUCS OF PULLMAN PALACE CARS To Mrmphte, Little Hoc. Mobile, Montgomery, ami New Orleaoa. Knilgranla InTeiae haiathelreliolcaeftwaroutee' ela Memphltor ela New Urleane Time much quicker and ralea lower than by any other m& ' sTzOjf-AiiC3p'r , t tM I , YOUTH nnd MANHOOD ACU'P'-'rMrAt.T- ,iiit urnirtair WITH -. " I I Hi. II ' Ii route. Ilia alenthe niT PUOLISHtn Oai 21 I'll.. r ' 'II Willi ll '! .a eA anit.l III. l, " i" ' "" ' '".! l li. I - Afi . M..kee. l . QTJI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST Tiie boya bad met In thebaru, the day Waa big to them with fate, Tor whether or not to ' bookey play Waa thaanhject of debate. Tvaa put to vote, the Chalnuan'a throat l'rptlaltteJ, The ayea beta ehoaal" But a akank came In vlth an extra vote And gate It to the noes. Louisville to Cincinnati! THE EAST Alt U tiOHTII. an.1 Five Parlor Care Day CWhea Without Na Change. IUiutatnall polnte InMlaauiirl, Kaneae, IMIihiI,, Indiana. Iowa, hebreeka. Colored". Atkaaaaa. Only one change to Chicago, til lul, and llait lor fuitherluformillnn aliul tlikrle to the South, Kaneae, olorado, an ' e biranl ralee to Florida, add.-ce'. ATttlltC. lien. P.m. and Ticket Agl , l.oul.,11 e, Uy Or F, J. Anthony, AgL etanlord. Ky HPIainEnglishl (CTajS HERE lCVXtSSCDl MTUil iao Ojl f If C ClICtAAl new I. alltWartaMI tkattl . 4 DAILY TRAINS AND TtlK WEST. 4 rM,tt Gait. FKnciVAii, a Cnpo Cod mariner IiOiiisville to St. Sleeping Caia and Day CWhea JLoui.s CHESAPEAKE Loula With- - UNO Post-oflic- e, one-thir- eer-welcom- t. "I of tho old school, was once awakened in his bunk by a shipmate with tho an. nounccment that tho vessel was going to " Well," replied tho Captain , eternity. "I've got ten friends over there to ono in this world; let her go." And ho turned over and went to sleep again. n Mb. Malone (to tho who has "Sheriff's Salo " displayed on her stand "8hure, Mrs. Maginnis, it's sorry I am for this throublo that's como upon yc" Mrs. Maginnis ' ' Och, well, Mr. Malono, I don't mind tolling yez, sccin' yo aro nn onld friud, but it's only a little business ci aft to get rid av mo ould stock." Jiazar. Timr wero talking about tho comparative readiness of tho sexes to obligoono another, when Jones employed Uiis illustration : " A man walking along in tho street finds a cigar in his pocket, bnt no match. Ho meets another man with a lighted cigar, stops him, asks for a light, gets it and goes on. Now, do you suppose ono woman would do that for another ?" CoxaRKSsviAx S. S. Cox in a locturo at Washington on tho humor of tho negro race, told tho following story as an illustration: "Whilo in Georgia Boao timo ago I hapcncd to bo passing along tho street. 'Hullo, Sam,' said a particularly black colored man on tho other nido of tho Btrcot, 'Hullo ' I promptly replied, whereupon tho African aforesaid promptly retorted, ' 'Cuso me, sab, Ise 'dressing another cnllud . man.'" . apple-woma- 0! RY. I Ke 1a I l BtkL Illa.hoaitfa lhaM i ittka iti Ihwltul wltt) imifitnwMtt .tvj Maer ttMtUi-'OI ifnta lnlhlMa,nr tkf ! tT fH Itlfiii t4vw mean tU ItM ullrrr wit tMt ; (cU IsK Iwft1 ierrvl bf BfHTOfM WJhaklw- l(-frt'l- li mi P S - T(M win t 4 j'"if,H r mmm nt ( tMi ay ! a,tH . Ittat I W. r tbOk. 'Vl'a; ItJ I lUlllllUXll'TitiNflll f trtl t Hk frm lb ,. fMH wMl ftna I cnlii4roj UtU TNC HIT J uiw atl h tM --nlltiy .UI1H1 tattfl larl lil 1t lat Ill out vueug. tofil. Kentucky's l.uutc ma East DAILY TRAINS LouUTllle to Indianapolis, 2 iNDTllKNOUTll Day Coachea and 2 Chicago, UcaiX To every y ounir. iniau.o nx or oM mn troubled with nervou- - or phri.of.1 liability or Impound scniIcxI ctrcuUr I nt on re at.. CArtt to tiro. Srrn full mllr' HAHRI3 RCMEOY CO. fit. Loutt, Mo YojoctAlournmnlr Viwiriy urft.li bm tbi-. 'tl mad couTiOccd of v Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only Hoe running Ilecllnlog Chair Care Through Without Change. For Wnaliltiatun, llnlllmiirr. I'lillnilrl-jililnSri, lork ami tlualon, Tbla la tha Vtry Ileal I out, aa You Haie No Change of Train, CARS , PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING am- i- A SOLID TRAIN rain TUTTJS PILLS Loaaof Appot tc, lloweu coatlva, l'aln In tha Head, wit a Hill actuation In tha back. part. l'a:n undsr tbe bhoulder blade, fullneea alter eallnp, with a to exertion of lioUy or mind. of temper, Low eplrlta, wltli a leoltnit of having neulected eomaduty, Wearlneia, Uinlnea, Fluttering at tha Heart, Dota before tho eyca. Yellow bkln, Headasha generally over tha right ere, Itnatloaanoaa, with iltful droaroa, blgbJr colorod Urlno, and tllaln-ollnatt- Jlacr'a Other Llaea, tberibyaicurlcg more time I r making changa of care and getting flfit choice U2 ol aeaia In rare of connecting line,. la llaie Threagh Day Cotekeaaa illTralatl navo No Midnight Chaneoa I 5 Antra at bt. Loula lloara la Kiaaee of t I.oiiImiIHc, CiiM'liinitl.itnii liiKlitii, Ii3 I.c- - TORPID SYMPTOMS OF A LBVER. WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In aama To Indlanapolla and Chicago, and the only tide along llneglilDgltaatnne tha tliurra oi Lake Michigan. drt with fait train, lor Ac apply to The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan Tlrkrt Aitentu of ComieclliiB l.lnrn, or ville, Norfolk, aJJrr.i K.rl. IIIIOUNandHoutbrrn TaMenger Agl., tlalu Sit., Luuliellle, ky, a. E. Cor. ForTlckele, ltatee. Time, Jlepe, CONSTIPATION. Ttrrrs I'lLLSnrei eiierlallynilaptrd to audi caace, one iloae eriect a audi a change lai-rll- ttb W. W. PEABQDY, tleu. bu.l., CloeluiiatL W. It. 8IIATTUC, tleu. faaa. Agl., All Virgiuia and North Carolina Points ! further liiFminitloii, your netttt'tt llrkft offlM, or MrrM Vor of frrltnffna ti, natnnlah the aufferar. Tber iHrrrnaei tli Aipeilie,aiHt rwu tha body to TMke I Ireti, ttiua to eyttem la noiirlehe,!. and or I trTnnle kellun on the Oivaae, tleiruljir ftlatle are 1'rlca i.e.ii Munar NU. X,,V. i lltkfU Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific (Jcfll NaulliwtttUrn Atvttnt, 34'l W.MtliiM.. UmiUtIIU Ky. J 3II-- . NM'. 9'f to TUTT'S HAIR DYE. tlaar llaia oa WKnaaaa rbangeri to a ClLraiar 1ILACK bynetniteeppllrallonof lUlaUrc Itlm. parte a natural color, acta Inatantaueuuely Hdd by Iirnrglita, er aent by eipreia bo recelnt cf II. 33 mchhay kt new yohk o. w.NwiTii Railway. Ul1 Mini.'r, lUrliiuonil. ii. w. ii 'I iti,i.i:k. (I At'i -- VfrsInU r('r orncr, (Dr. Trm aiartL --nl,U eUlae aull4 IktA er .W.tW UhraaUM e irelmuea M 1 rrmiwris o:i.a.i:bii,i:e2i In eflett Oct. . ISaL -- THE CINCINNATI HOUlllkHN DIVISION. o .No 1 Arrow Mall 0UTIIBO0NU. Not; Nn STATIONS. Liu, or LfiJ. ipab ' " Kip Dally and li'iy I'al- - ha Kali. Kx.81 ly. jml'jr D'fy P.M lTU lei IMgt U i . M A."M 4 Lre. Cllicitinatl TIIE MOST DESIRABLE liOUTE TO ' Ueorgelon... AdJ ilfcldedlr the Popular RouU, atTorJtni, CINCINNATI! u ; Leiliigtun Nl liuTaaelllo lllr,li HrldKe UarMiUburgJuiiil'ii Junction fHimen-- ymillO 40 tt Danrllla..... lluckwuiid ... Uly... . 1)01 II W ...... II .. . II 4J 3ll4ur 0 115 4.1 ,.. . " 1 7 10 1M 1 It 13 n ' II m U 00 II 30 II 4? 1 41 Ul 11 Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, The North, Northweit and Wfc lu fact, if you coole rnplata a trip In any dlmllou, year lotereet IT ,, Will ! ltlKrTU by puTthailoif your t v n .n.l Clnflnnatl. '1 Tralui each wij , run Hew iDar Coacbea, and ......i..iai rtirnUhMi lUclluliikf Chair Caralorin ho uutt.ualrtJ equliiueula of.lhli OM ltellable, l inereuy uiaaiug a irii oih mi iw wu. v. 1'ulat Huru.Me... bprlug City Arr. 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VICKUDUKtl ANlUIEttJDIAN. bapiu 10 u ui 10 10 a ui ratuioutb SO put 4S p UI 11 SS a ui 10VO Arr CoflngUiii Lea. MerlJIau rer,l into JIAYSVILI.K DIVISION IAS " Vrandou. . ... ...j... ' Jackaon . ... No, J. lilneton S sin Arr MayaelllaSIOpia 41 Ha ID " Mayeellletotau " Iilniloo 9 2iaiu Arr. Vltkiburj(.. Mafatllle SeVlaw Nn. tl " f.ila a 20 mint I 00 i Mi Lburt.......H.- I. liliuU'Bd Mum ea. Jatkx.0 No. II " MayaelllQpin I ' ..J , llM I .. 1.. I1S hrandon. .. .. &. .1.11. u.h.a .......! ..Ik.. .I.. mv.... rrAm ln- M ' lor ul I 141 t0 uruiiiuau? "t M.IHHIIIWM. clnuall tt Watliloglon d'ullnun Hleepera to Kuna. Arr. Meridian 443 wbaKalle W Va an4 Hrrllnlct Chair Car to l.x. v u. logloii oioia vuiy avjviauuue uu VlCKBBtlmi. BIIKKVKlHlltT AND l'ACIFIC. 2 rum dallr. caceiit Ht.uMili,i.l. iil..n 110 ... rjoniley, baa through roacliealo Hun liijilon No, Lta. Vlikiburg.; .. . II SO ... Italia a rune uaiir. aacepiDuuuay; uae luruugu wcwi SO ... ... .11. aim iwuvr i I.. U....illa Mn S Arr. 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