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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 24, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882112401_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 24, 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. Y VOLUME X.- -N Semi' Hail'B UMBER 510. Ho M mfefit Eradicates MALARIA. ?- -. juiifiiii NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Wasn'nt Her Pa. Somo Day, Pom day I shall be 24. 1882 DARBYS 98. I n . to tho depot to Pome, lay this llrcl hral, meet her father. As tho train camo With ll lli.anilous thoughts II now doth know, W. P. WALTON, - - - Editor and Proprietor in ilio saw 8l,ill U Ull low. a middlo aped man, who 1, Thli lwlf , T. R. WALTON, her parental relative and Builnets Manager rcarmhir-Shall II. at Irnftth. an I still, she rushed into his arms, huddled Unilrr tha tloTrr nl lhlnl-wrp- l grass, Nor heir 7011 put. VuhUnhni Turntinv mi it down in his bosom, kissed him in tho T That wtre, Inilfcl, ilran; s'mj, mouth, on tho eyes and almost every When Tcn jou mlgnt weep, H'J.'MO ANNUM. whero else. It was not her father, Anil come, anl (i ren you uahraril of in Asulnlofbe.. MsTflMHi ilirn't ssnil lUiiipsIn nfinfntif hut it was a middle-agtdrummer Nay,itlidrt, nay ncvpt to im f Usintf, an.1 thru of for a tobacco houso. Ho took n long Hera It 110 rnM (a grl.Te. hot nvsr thrt tf nil. breath nnd looked around at somo On to wijworn, of troub!r ejiprnl, IsstsJ ofrfst. other drummers and winked, as much lVrrhsnrs when that rtlcase Tho Slot Wnltr. at to say "Oh, I'm such a duko I" Of llatb wroujhl Iti spsll of "Good day, gentlemen." O'er Ihliuniu let heart, Ion; vest with woe, courso this tccno could not last al(row. A nlco looking young man stood In ways, though ho wished it could. AfWho lorei me will not wrep the doorway of tlio editorial room and ter an unusually ahlo bodied hug, alio When that I II uleep , s gazed In a benign way at tlio Cut rather Jof to think each sorrow insy looked up In tho drummer's face and Hit end torn day. of tho apartment. said, "Why, you ain't my pa I" He Would it bo olblo for mo to sell said probably she was right, as ho had Issnru.l aOiunt MiaKDitn, In Harper's Maiia-ilfor Derember. tho Tribune n story?" ho continued. only lwcn on that routo nbout eleven liavo you IloosTEits MAnn Quiet and "What kind of a atory years. Sho asked his pardon nnd ho aiked tlio hona report- told her not to mention it: ''Wo pub- Ami'sinh. Tho family of a ground outf" er. physician, whoso homo is in lic men should always hold ourselves 'Tho story," said tho visitor, "u tho annexed district, were recently anin rendiness to hold up thoso who nro ouo in which tho triumph of love is dayweak." Sho smiled a sweet, sad, noyed by tho loud crowing beforo " depicted, and light of four bantnin roosters in a smile, 'It isn't ouo of thoso 'and us Ethel blushingnnd thoand went out into tho neighbor's yard. An idea occurred to world, drummer walked to stood thcro in tho soft moonlight, her tho hotel with tho other drummers, tho doctor. Tho bantams wero tamo lithe figuro sharply outlined against twenty kisses nnd six hugs abend of and easily caught. Ho seized them tho western sky, thcro was a loud ono by one, and, pulling out tho vocal crak'iii,Constclifl Castle, and tho girl the game. They asked him if it cords, clipped them off. Tho operadidn't mako him feel ashamed to havo know 'that her mother had dropped tion was painless to all but ono ot stories, is such a mistake made, nnd ho said no, tho doughnut jar' kind struggled and was accident it was all night. Ho said of courso it it IxAuso they wont do," said tho might look queer, but thoso things oc ly killed. Tho others resumed their horse reporter. currcd very often with huu, as they place in tho yard, but havo never "Thcro is nothing at nil almut would occur with any fino looking since becu heard to crow. Thedoctor, doughnuts in this story," replied tho now from his window gleefully watchvisitor, rather haughtily, "hut iryou man. Betides, tho girl probably en- es their going through tho motions of joyed it. Then they asked him why like I can read n portion of it." ho didn't wear his diamond breastpin crowing, but Without making a sound, All right." on such trying occasions. Ho looked aud is thrown into fits ol laughter by Where shall I begin' at his shirt front and tho pi a was witnessing the increasing wonder ot "Anywhere,'' replied tho horso gone. While ho had been allowing their owner and the evident amaze"Supiwee you give us tho N. Y. Sun. her to chow nround his faco sho had ment of tho hens. last sentence of it.1' stolen his pin. Tho drummer fainted, " Tho laws of Nova Scotia provido "I should hardly think nnd when they brought him to, ho that the lash may bo used in punishmind about that. Wo "Oh.novcr said: "Tell my family I died with ing fur certain crimes, but whippings do utl tho thinking for'joung authors my faco toward the foo." have been rare of recent yenrs. When that coriio'iip here." Vinti:iiin(i Ukim. All tho best Andrew Doyle stood up to bo sentenhimself and rend Tho visitor seated npricultural authorities of tho present ced tho other day, in a Halifax, court, as follows : "For nnswer Gladys beautiful day, as well as thoso who have gouo a contemptuous smilo was on his face, oyes dropped, but sho gave him both before, give tho followiugas absolute and on hearing the Judge pronouueo her hands, and there, under tho requisites fur safe wintering: I. An tho term of imprisonment as one year oven temjicraturc ranging from 12 to ho grinned with delight. But ho heavy fruited trees, tho golden-beellyiug all about, litem, and tho nir 15. 2 Completo expulsion or ab neatly fainted when his Honor added: filled with their dreamy monotone, ho sorbitol) of moisture from tho body of "Being credibly informed that you drew her upon his breast, and raiting tho hive. '!. Perfect freedom from have proved incorrigible .under mere her long ringlets to his lips, kisted outward disturbances. 4 Protection fines and imprisonments, tho further of stores from contact with frost. 6. seutenco of the Court is that you rethem reverently.' " is it?" Protracted isolation from atmospheric ceive tweuty lashes on tho bare back, "That's tho last sentence, changes in the Spring. G. Exclusion to bo administered with an instrument asked the horeo reporter. of light. 7. Sufficient stores for Win called the "cat," under the supervision "Yes, sir." " "I should hope it was. It makes ter consumption. It is generally ad- of the jail surgeon. mitted that with these seven contin Tin: Longest Beakd in the mo tired to read about such ducks." ," began tho gencies provided for, there will bo no Would. Adam Kirpin, of, Chicago, "Why, I don't too hazard in' wintering, and it is further who poaesscs the longest beard in the author. "Of courtc you don't, l'robably admitted that no plan so far practiced world, is at present sojourning with Did combines nil theso essentials. you were tho hero of tho novel. Amer relatives in this city. His beard is vou ever hear of Thompson's colt?" ican Agriculturist. nearly twelve feet long. Ho disposes Tho visitor admitted his ignoranco of this rather unweildy appendage A Cow Witii A Wooden Leo. concerning that historical animal. Mrs. Mary Gravely, of Daily's Cross- when walking on tho street by rolling "Well, Thompson's colt,' continu- roads, Ilucks county, Pa., says the it around a leather belt suspended ed tho horso reporter, "was such an Philadelphia ICtljer, has a cow which, about his neck. The length of the eternal idiot that ho swam across the about four months ago, had its right beard is such that ho can place both river togct a driuk. . Now, that felfront leg cut oil below tho kneo by a feet upon it, aud tlio other end upon leau" ni'cn 'or low InVour 'tory k railroad train. A veterinary surgeon beitig lifted up reaches a few inches him." Milwaukee Repubdressed tho wounds nud tied up tlio above his head. " "I don't understand lican. is not to bo ex- arteries so skilfully that tho cow re"Probably not. It He had been the boy of the ofUce; covered. Sho was kept in tho stable pected of literary coplo. Hut I will until n few days ogo, when b neighbor, the lowest one iu rank about the contell you;1 this young fellow in your cabinet-maker- , mado for her n wood-e- cern, and when ho was promoted a story is out under an apple tree hold- a leg, which was strapped on tho notch ho was as pleased as an actress girl's hands,' isu't ho?" ing a ' stump. Tho cow hopped along hold-- with a bouquet she didn't pay for herYes,"' self. They asked him about the "And accordiug to the story, ho ing tho injured leg up for u day or twe, but now sho has concluded to use tho change. "No," said ho "my work is raised her loug ringlets to his lip, and kissed them reverently.' That wooden attachment, and limps around not easier. It's meatier too, aud the quite comfortably upon it and seems salary isn't raised ntiy to speak of. right?" But, by lioker, now I've got some ono to bo in good health. "Certainly." under mo that I can kick around. It's A correspondent relates tho followwhat do you think of a A young lady went drl. Natty, Black Niggtr. . . .... 1 tl3It d illr pei llrart'a-taMma- y occu-pant- n well-kno- wn How shocking : Sho was ono of thoso old maids with corktcrow curls from Connecticut, who camo down South on a mission, to either deliver temperance lectures or collect material for a book. This ono was armed with a lend pencil and a book, and being struck by tho vencrablo Uncle- Tom-Iikappearance of old Moso, on Austin avenue, the proceeded to ask him questions, tiio answers to which she took down. "I supposo you wero a slave beforo tho war?" "Yes mum." "How drcadfull How shocking I And to whom wero you in bondago ? "To my 0I0 marstcr." "How shocking How dreadful I What a sharao I Did you ever wear a chain?" "Yes, mum; I woro a chain for four years. My old marsterputit on mo himself." "O my I How brutal I Do you know who it was who removed tho chain from your neck?" "Yes, mum; de Federal sojers." How grand How patriotic You are grateful, I suppose, to thoso noble boys in bluo who removed tho cruel chain from your neck?" "No, indeed, I Isn't grateful to 'cm." "O, my I How unapprecia-liv- e How debased I Why are you not grateful, my colored friend, to thoie noble men who removed the galling chain from your neck?" "Be-kaso when doeo Ynukeo sojers tuck ofl tho gold chain myole marster put ou mo dey took ofl do silver watch wid hit, and dey hasn't brung 'em back yit. Heoh J heah I heah 1" "O my I How brutal.' How shocking! You nro a naity, black nigger I" o 1 1 1 PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A IIonsrhnM Article for L'nlvrrsat 1'ainlljr L'x-- . M ROBERTS &STAGG n, ' For Scarlet nnd Typhoid 1'eiveira, Tenon waiting on nllCohtftclouI)Left.A. the Sklc thould trie II fr.tlf Scarlet Kerrr hal nerer brn known to prcad whir the lluid wat Y llow irer hit been i tired lth II after titcd Maek vomit hatl tnUrn place. 'lh wont 1 n Diphtheria, tlleerated Roro Throat, Small I'm, Meale, and Opera House Block, IN DrtiKM, . Stanford, KyVI m Cliuiiilrnl, I I'll OIIh, it 1h. 1 Villi ItOftltM, Paper. , WiflCH, SlHtloitcrj-- Liquor, ajIKHTH, MllflCHl IiiMlriiiiiriifK, caies of Diphtheria yielj to tt To purlfthc ltrealh, Cleanne pitted, and was about in nome again in inrw week 4, and no others had it J V. Park lUirmnAtUiii cure! f, Philadelphia 8ofl WhitoComplcx- tccureu by Its ue ion Hhlp Ferer prevented. provrnt- - riTTINO nr Small "llh rX 'EVENTED t'1 Iin'pti'ro Air maje narrate, and purified J"" d,i'h .""" For Noro Throat It l a Hunt I?' patient wit ur cure r.iitu-rl- n !iroYe. not qcunoui, wa lenlnJSIrkrcr. anna rtfreihtd and llnl Sore HMAIX-l'O- X and aVcciUciC Our Jewelry, Mlrcrunro ami ptlcnl (i noils Department I" In Charge of C1. Thos. Itlclmrtla, who will Itcpalr Matches ami CIockh 1'roniptljr and In tlio lRt style. I.amiiH, noitpH. I'erfinncry, VoliucroH. l'lK'lift 1'lrc AriitH, Oittlcry, MhcIiIho i . nZ'X7 - I'or Frnfltrd IV t( Chllblnliiii, IMlom Chafing, etc w H. Wishes G. Inform RUPLEY, he has received -. first-clas- s I Diphtheria I Stanford, Kentucky Prevented. I to Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that I hit Kryitpclat aired imtintlv Hums A Snlfmrtif. Sfnrl? nf Fnll and Winfer Gflnflc as., ... y... w. Hcr V...W.. iWftcntcry cuiTil. treat It can't be fturpaueil Catarrh relieved and cured relieved prevented tlioTerth, A Hcutty cured. An Antidote for Anirml ucd tne Fluid during our present aflliction with Scarlet Fever with de cided advantage It li Indispensable to the sick room -- Wii F Sand- roao. Eyrie, Ala. or Vegetable J'wtoni, stints, etc. o undit healed rapidly The physicians hero rise Darbvt Fluid very successfully in the ment of 1) phtherla A bTOLLkftWaKlK. Greensboro, AU Trllrr dried up. Ctiti!rrn prevented. Ulrer puilfied and - Which he guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Hepairing neatly and promptly done. guar- - ' 'J- In caarmoHlrathlt I lulled I Scarlet Fever I I Cnrod I r ., New HI MS, M. York, tava "I am convinced 1'rof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a valuable disinfectant. Icinn.J.JIAUION should be use 1 about Ihe c rji- It will prevent joy unplcas- ant si-The rinlnent PENNY & McALISTER, AND KIIWEKH'AKE tlir. TheLAEGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. Vanderbllt University, Nnshvllle, Tenn. I lestir to the most excellent qualities of Prof Darbys l'r jphylactlc FlulJ As a disinfectant and determent ll Is both ll.t iM ally and practically superior to nny prepir tk i with hlch 1 am acN quainted Urtui, ProC Chemistry Darbys Fluid I touch tho top of tho baby's head," said a mother to her little thero "YoU mustn't "she has a soft spot s is very tender." The young ster gazed at it curiously for a moment and then aeked: "Do all babies have soft spots on their heads?" "Yes." "Did papa have n soft spot on the top of his head when ho was a bov?" "Yes," replied tho mother with a sigh, "and ho has got it yet." And the old man who had overheard the conversation from an adjoining room sang out: "Yes, indeed, he has, ray dear boy, or ho would be a singlo man to day." that Hon. Alixandc II. brit-nsx- . cf Georgia; Rev. Chas. F Deems, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N. Y., ios. LkCoktk, Columbia, Prof .Unlvenlty.S.C. A J IIattli, Prof, Mercer University: Rev Ceo. F Pltaci, Bishop M H. Church. Perfectly harmless Used Internally or eitemally lor Man or llcasu The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and w have abundant evidence that it has done everything here claimed For fuller information get of your Druggist a pamphlet or send to tha proprietors, J. II.' ZF.IMN & CO., Mam facturins Chemists, PHILADELPHIA. I.erommendert by MAIistciBji m St. iLsapIi Block. Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Stnplc it utl Fancy OrnccricH, Patent nnd Family K cuiiiI-uccFlour, Meal, IJacoit a utl I.artl, Tobacco autl C'l(;arH, Woollen, Willow and Tliitrarc, OI118H aud QiiceiiBuare. Canned OootlH ol all Kinds a rtpt'clallj. Itcuicmhcr tin; place, "Tko h INDISPKNSAm.K TO KVEKY II0.1II. GROCER8, T. ST. YiSNOX. WALLAC E. VABNOIf. KY. Ogles In Owsley A Son's new building-- up ATTtHlNEYS STANFOItn, T. W. & W.E VAHNON, A.T LAW, stairs. Corner Store." Rochester H. O. KAUPFMAN, LANCASTEU, KY. Master Couiiulssloner and County Attorney. Will nracilca In all tha Courts of Uarrard and adjoining counties and In tha Louil of Appeals. Post-Exp're- ss. A.I X.A-"- ii ,,, - "Now, young man that would go nibbling around nigirlVback hair when she had Tl w face with Her fSuch etorlea do not posses the fulolity to nature that should ever characterize tho work of genius. No, my gonial imbecile; you cannot' get tho weight of this powerful journal on tho side of any such )uung man as your story Wo were onco young and up racket ourselves." to tho applo-tre- o "Good, day," said tho author, starting for tho door. So long," was the response. "Mako Georgo act liko a white man in your story, ami tcomo around again." Chicago Tribuue. ing incident in the life of tho Rev. William Arthur, father of the Presi dent: "While presidium over tho Haptist church in West Troy his choir drawled out tho hyinu with variations, which did not please him, so ho took his text aud preached two hours nnd His head deacon forty minutes. grew impatient nud consulted "Keep your watch iu your pocket, Deacou Jones," said he, "you had a long sing, and now I nut guiug to preach till I got through.'" A preacher, raising his eyes from his desk in tho midst of his sermon, was paralyzed with umuzemeut to see his rudo boy in the gallery pelting his A l'arjsiau, physician declare tho hearers in tho pews below with following a certain euro for small-po- x Dut while tho good man or scarlet fever. Sulphate of zinc, 1 was preparing a frown of reproof, tho grain; foxglovo (digitalis,), 1 grain, young hopeful cried out: "Tend to half a teaspoonful of sugar. Mix your preaching, daddy, I'll keep 'em wth, two tnblespoontuls of water. awako." Take a spoonful every hour, Ho deThero is n prospect that sunflower horse-chestnut- s. clares tho remedy unfailing. Its very seed will rival that of cotton as a simplicity has caused it to bo overmarket commodity. It is eaid looked. tho oil from tho seed is used iu adultDuring the coming Winter, it has erating salad oil and tho leaves iu Tho oil is ulso beou calculated that 0,000 old maids adulterating tobacco. will recite au original picccof poetry, used as a lubricant, nnd in making eutitled "Lips that "touch Liquor soap. It is a hardy plant, easily raisNow that shall never tauch mine," at dilloreut ed and largely productive tho suufiower is ditcovered to be usetemperance meetiugs in tho Uniou. Uiuco Champ. ful, it will ceaso to bo ornamental. vul-uab- lo Thero was a very deaf old lady who lived in a cottage facing Boston -- DKALKI IN- Common. Ono Fourth of Julv tho ALEX. ANDERBON, militia brought out the cannon and ATTOItNEY A.'I? IaA."V. DRUGS, BO OKS, STATIONERY &FANGY AltTlCLES. fired a saluto of one hundred guns DANVILLE, KY., i'hjilclani' PrrscrlptloDS accurately couipoundeU. Phriuceut!cfil Preparatlom a opposite the lady's door. When the Will practice, In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining and in the Court of Appcala. counties ninety-nintgun was fired tho old la MAUTEHBOM PEYTON. ! dy suddenly dropped her knitting, put ATl'OIINllY -- V I X.A.W, TESTIMONIALS OP LINCOLN CO. FARMERS AMD KZAUIREB VORrASErCOUSTT, L1UKUTV, KY. her hand to to her ear and piped out, Will vrictlee in all the Courts of Casey and ad"Come in 1" Tho very deaf old lady lolotnz counties, and In the Court of Appeala. -special attention given to collections, umce over and tho republicans in New York and u. I. nerce's store. Pennsylvania resemble each other to a DU. J. O. CAHPENTEH, KENTUCKY great extent. STANFORD. Office over Ilobt. 8. Lytle'a store. Office hours A youug lady in town is wearing a Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. from S to VA aud 7 to S r. st. dress nearly Iwenlv-eich- t vears old. though sho is not so old herself. It is J. J. WILSON, STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. DENTIST, neat and nice yet, nnd looks well ou Geo. D. Wkarex Dear Sir. The Albion Sprint? Tooth Harrow, 8TANFOKD, KY. the trim, graceful figuro it envelops. Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for Residence, Upper Main SI. it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverSho is unengaged and fancy freo, and Office and LEE 1 HUFFMAN, izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange tho young men who want a wife to HUUGUON DENTIHT, for any other, and I am also Confident that it will prove valuable as a take care of them can part their hair STANFORD, KY. Ckaig Lynn: iu the middle, wax their mustaches, Office South aide Main Street, two doora above Cultivator. Myers Hotel. the borrow some other fellow's clothes and Pure Nitrous Oxide Ou administered wbes required. Mk.Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have one of the Albion Sprint? sail iu and mako an effort to "take It. C. MOH.QAN, D. D. 8. Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am her in." Sho is worth winning. 1ENTI8T. week similar tool. 3WmJ W.ll be Monday, Dental rooms well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any Wm. Goocii. In Stanford one Madisonvillo Times. month, from Srst of each A llrlglil's. Hotel, orer McA liter A mob took Andrew Elliott out of In Ht. Asaph t Lancaster three weeks of each month Tbee sign. A Iroua third Monday Dental rooms Iu Maaon House. Geo. D. Weaken, Hsq. Dear Sir; I used one of the Albion Comjail at Grand Forks, Dacota, and ad (See sign.) Pure nitrous olid gsse administered 4M " bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast SccdCrs in putting in my justed a ropo round his neck; but he when necessary. wheat this Kail, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perargued convincingly that his crime did NAM M. miKDETT, fectly. C. T. Sandjdge. not merit a death penalty, and sug Y AT LAW, NE gested that a coat of tar aud feathers ATTOR Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth a heap of comfort!'' would bo about tho right punishment. Mt. Vornon, Ky. Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it In lliouiluro ot apples lor two years The lynchers look his view of tho matseeding wheat in foul stalk land, we are free to say that the Imple Will prsctlce bla profession In Ilockcaatle and iu succession is causiug a decided ter. adjolnlug countlea ami In the Court of Appeals. ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to Kpeciai atteutiou ciuhhi scarcity of good cider vinegar. Most any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. There is u camp composed of 200 that passes for this is a vilo compound Italians Btutioned ou the Kentucky K. W. Givens & Son. , of vurious chemicals and very injuri- Central near Richmond. Not a memDear Sir; Iain pleased with my Albion Mk. Geo. D. Weaken SiTixroBD Srimrr ous to health. Tho more common ber of tho camp can speak a word of Spring Tooth Harrow and Hroadcast Seeder; think it is much belter objection to viuegar as uuheallhful is Euglish, but thero - KENTUCKY are some excellent LANCABTER, - and answers many more purposes than a Unll. John ISuchanan. mainly duo to its adulteration. A musicians among tho number, and vegetable acid is a good tonic iu cer- their spare time is occupiod iu play, JOHN T. IlldOIXS, l'KOl'MCTOlt. Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on tain conditions of tho systom, nnd is ing ou curious instruments. clean, plowed land and on e foulest stalk land. It gives better satis A nnsT - 01.ASS iiotex sptciully beneficial in Winter and faction than any implement ever used in foul land. A few weeks ago, during a heavy In verj particular, Tho patronise o! the puUlo Spring. A. K. Denny. I'MO. storm, tho Rio Grande River sudden- solicited, and satisfaction (uarinlewl. Oiil travelers, on revisiting Venice, ly changed its courso by cuttiug Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have used one of the above menuro annoyed to litid instead of graceful through a bend near Camargo, aud tioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. gondolas glidiug uoiselessly through thus placed several acres of inhabited J. A. DeI'auw. tlio Graud Canal, pull little steam territory withiu the legal limit of the whistles United States. boats, 011 which Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: The Albion Combined Spring Tooth aro sounded oti arrivlug at and leav Wo oontlnuo to Harrow, Cultivator and Hroadcast Seeder is all and even more than Au Iudiana republican paper iu a 1 have sown ing stations, at tho ferries and when- strong republican octiabollcltorafor you claim for it. 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy . SBsT llBinHil M m county congratu )&icuib, r , ever another uoisy little craft cum ca lates itself on the election of a repubii..t - eoni land, and it does its work well where no other machine would copynnuui, trad 0 S My son Jimmie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine tho L'ulteil h'atts. and to obtain pai- work at nil. into view. lican coroner, all the other officers be- ! lit lanatfa, fJiKiauu, rrauw. all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found detnoo ratio. Some peoplo Will be) fa42k m fliU other couutno.. uormiuT.auJ (Kngli-jb- j Gatette says lUg Nautical Tim haiiiiy uo matter how liuiifetl their 1 T,lrlx'r,ur',,;ic'Pc(!iaw, no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I chargo for xamlnaUon that during 1881 llio vessel lust at i.iatr11 Ule8Slug. know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight "months ing. Adrlco by wail frco. """ Kuiuts obtamod tlironi;lmaro noticed In in the year. eca uverugtcl about oue every four 7 "7 escaped from a , John J'. Hailky. vhich has Tom Buford, having amf.kk-anthere wero 100 lunatic asylum iu Keutucky, is going tho HciKNTifit' hours. Iu 1879-8- 0 Vr.!V"7ts ..?; ttioUrsost drcuiatiou ana oftuViud iublUlieala Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: Iiach one of us having purchased of steamboat collisions iu tlio North to ruu a farm iu Uliio. Xsow we cnUal uuwiipapor .s you worto. luo ainauwBv.vs.uviww..vw one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Hroadcast know he is crazy, to leave u comforta-bi- o patontoo uudiraanda, ocean, aud uplendldlvillnslrslca news. Bur asylum to work ou a farm. perUiiubllhodSvKKii.YattJ.SOayer, Seeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have given us entire A l'eniisylvnuU woman ou think liuglou Ilawkeyo. andlsadtnlttod tobotho best iMtjitr dut. otvd satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to tosclouco,tuochauUii,imcuUoiu,tuKluoHu iii! she had used arsento instead of Water from tho holy well at Mecca works, ami otUor dcnartiuuuU or Industrial any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows the wheat evenly and leaves auy country. Blnglo none exposed onhhe surface; baking powder in her biscuit solved turns out to be ten times worse than l.utlUbcd Iu also regard the tool superior to any topfes by mall, 10 ceuts. Bold by alt ucw. the question by feeding two trumps. the averuco sewage of Londou. No other as a pulvcriW ftd believe they will prove valuable as Cm III d AdJdriM,Munu A Co..pubHsliurs of Bdoa. Tho trainr wcro u dozen biscuits wonder tla people who driuk it thluk vaiow.. U&0 A wenoaji, Bfll Uroaaws, JxwJ'v. to cure litem ol weir ins. lliw. UsVUiSVOelt sWsVI J'MBsrlrJ Hiaii it ought ahead. .V; ir-I N---. JL. PENNY & FUAR.Mja.OISTS, McALISTER h - HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. THE rA.XjlBIOISr IHGOINsS MOUSE! BBS mat-US- tii.-.,.u- o . I oy. 1 r .- - '. i -- S2If c kls 3Jnlcrior Journal .SJ STANTOED, "' ICY. 21, 1882 "PRAISE THE LORD." Tin: mountain countlo havo t Inst been heard from and tke official Norwich, Conn., Nov. 17, 1882. voto of tho Eighth District riiowa that Dtnr ItlnUir Our qnlet house has been sadly ills Phil Thompson'! majority Is 807. turbed since my last. Bister Nash in com B JL jsfl? f . satf f W 11 h-- e- & i: if ml P J? in stairs last Tuesday night, fell and broke her leg just below the knee. She was tho only one in the house at the tine, and there was delay before the accIJent ?I J waa discovered. When we came home B7V .. 96 Anilrrson.-- .. from church we found three doctors In the . Boyle. IMS I2M .1011 I0M lUrrnl.,., -- ... act of setting the fraetured limb. The AM .. IM Jtttwn.OT.....w T3i deration was horribly painful and the SIS JeMSmlne ................-..- .. AM ... MJ Uurel 1087 I Inroln SIS shrieks of the poor sufferer were heart ..... .....-.......- .. ISSJ IMI rending. The splints and bandages on, a M.llin............-...T.. H7 Ml heavy dose of Morphia administered and -Ow.le ...M7 Rnekeaslle ..... neunt doctors. The next morning after 9I -- ...... fneneer.. ...... M Shelby... -.. the opiate ceased to deaden the pain, the Totals imai08tt torment of suffering came back. Bister I SI Majority Nash insisted there was something wrong in the setting and this led to the calling in Tnn Enquirer publishes a cock and of a Dr. Sweet, who hears the same rela tionshln to the medical profession that I do hull story to tho effect that at tho being a sort ol bushwhack to HON. MtCIIAKI. HF.NUY OWSLEY. of tho last session of Congress er, the Clerical, who has wondrous skill in setting bro Wo will not attempt to ilrceivo our tho democrats had plotted and ar- ken limbs, but has no authority from man readers by claiming that the abovo is a ranged for tho most desperate means to do It. and is therefore in among tlioe who would rather see a thing Ifooti likeness of tho next Governor ol to obtain control of tho House. Tho ttcundum nrtum, than well done irThis man, was Kentucky, Hon. Michael Henry utter absurdity of the sensationnl regularlytherefore in. He came, but refused His frank, open countonntice stuff boars the odor of its own improb- to touch calledcase unless wholly given up Owjlcy. the is too well known in nil this region ability, but numerous Congressmen lu him. Bro. Nash had the courage to do the regular M. refusing any furround about to admit ot such a do have seen cause to give importance to this, connection with D.'s case, if Dr. Sweet ther the wo were capablo of the thing by denying it in toto. ception, even if It is waa consulted, and thus things were artelling a lie, in which particular we a republican liosent out by an alleged ranged on a new basis. Dr. ij. then prepared his splints, reset the limb, and with are as much alike the Father of his democratic paper and if there was a no assistance but that rendered by my wife deswho will cure dyspepsia,! eartburn, malaCountry as if we wcro a lineal semblance of truth in it, might cut In one was required to hold tlie foot firmly position. few moments every ria, kidney disease, liver complaint, well quite a figure in subsequent elections. thing was fixed. In n bandage does The picture cendant. No used at ail and other wasting: diseases. except a light one on the foot, the splints to represent Knott or Jones or enough IIkniu Watterson says that Mr. doing the rest. The M. D.'s had painfully Dr. Marchisi either, for that matter, Tilden and Mr. Seymour being out and tightfully bandaged the leg from ancle to above the knee. The resetting was so but you have to scare up a better lookof the question, ho is at present for uone mat sullered ing mug than that when you want McDonald ot Indiana, and Cleveland sKiiuuiiy pain, and insister .asti was pervery little 30 minutes bclievo it belongs to of New York for President, but that fectly comfortable and free from pain and the people to Mike Owsley, of whom a short biog- the eighteen months that must inter has been ever since. I write this part of myleller f naay niglilanu all goes well. raphical sketch i3 not now out of vene before tho nomination may make She sleeps pleasantly and healthfully, takes no opiates at all and, in short the placo since tho people want to know many changes in person and things. comfort she enjoys, after such a fracture is tlie man who is to rulo over all about The New York Sun will shine even simply wonderful. them. I write all this to introduce the Sir eel enriches the blood and purifies the moro brilliantly in 1883 than ever be system; cures weakness, lack of Judge Michael II. Owsley is a fore. It gets all tho news afloat and family to your readers, and to speak a litn about the wonderful energy, etc. Try a bottle. of Cumberland county, this State, its opinions are regarded with perhaps tle morewhich will perhaps be a gift thing new and at Burksville in 1834, began the more consideration than those of any to them, as it is to us. Stephen Sweet, the newspaper iu the land, beo prospect father of our practitioner was a farmer career which as it developed, has giv- us in another column. near Franklin, 12 miles Iroin Norwich, lie en him nn honored name nnd fame, had 18 children; 7 boys and 11 girls. The NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. girls are living, butC of the boys are and which is yet destined to shine The democratic plurality in Indiana ia dead. Stephen himself died three year in the galaxy of Keneven brighter ago. A brother of his, in Lebanon, Conn., given, at 10,031. and another in Khode Island, with their tucky's most distinguished, sons. En- ofBdallr Thurlow Weed is dead, aged 85. He respective families share the common gift, tering Centre College at an early age, lea'ves an estate worth $2,000,000. which like other hereditary gifts simply he graduated with honors while in his James A. Cowardin. founder aud se 'run iu the blood." The Sweet lamily'a that of bone setting. It ia distinctly gift 20tb year and having decided to adopt nior editor of the Kicliuiond (Va.) Dlt with them aa tnusi; andassculpture area with Is the only Iron preparation that does not color the teeth, and will not the law as a profession, ho began its patch, died Tuesday, aged seventv-two- . others. All possess it. When little chilcause headache or constipation, as tt'bert F. Johnson, a prominent horse dren they amused themselves with un- .stud v. When the "tocsin of war" other Iron preparations will. breeder and farmer of Lexington, has made jointing cats and chickens and then reduc sounded in 18G1, he followed the lead ing the an assignment. Liabilities $80,000; assets skillful as utslocattons.OneIhe girls are as the boys. or two members of his convictions as a staunch Uniou valued at $150,000. of the family have made fortunes at the and raising a company entered man W. T. Kinjj, who keeps a store at business, but others are shiftless and ditsi CoJ. Frank Wollord's regiment oi White Hall Madison county, cut Riler,one rated. One practitioner is unhaupilr ad' dieted to drink, but always skillful, cavalry as Captain, subsequently ris- of Ida tenants, in the abdomen inflicting or sober. He has set as many as 35 drunk bones and distin- a dangerous wound. in a (Jay ana a J, WO In a year. They all ing to the rank of Major, Hooker Stivers who murdered Burt have as much as they wish to do. and mole guishing himself in several engage- Scully at Pari has been admitted to bail in at times. The most wonderful stories are ments for gallantry. Like his distin- $5,000, the tnagistralea diaagreeing as to told of the apparently superhuman inge' nuity in managing hopeless casts, turn' guished superior officer, he became the grade of the crime. ed oil" by the "faculty" and doomed to am Ladies and all sufferers from neucourso I'atticon'aiiluralitrby the official count putation, but perfectly cured by Sweet's dissatisfied with the political ralgia, hysteria, and kindred skill. These seem almost able Lincoln's administration, and after over lSeaver, rep , in Pennsylvania, ia of will find it without an equal. The total vote is 743,803, next to the to see the bones through the flesh, so easia, year's service resigned, and on rely can they put every thing into lis proper largest ever polled in the State. place. None of them are medically eduturning to his home was elected ComIn a drunken row near Jit. Sterling, cated nor pretend to any thing. They monwealth's Attorney over two com- Ky., Sam Booth was shot through the body, only know how to set" bones either broken petitors by an overwhelming majority. Theodore Booth wounded in the arm and or dislocated. The "regulars" can't endure them, but they go on doing good, and In 18G5 ho was united in( marriage to Buck Cranch cut in the forehead. the people receive them gladly, in spite ot At Fayetteville, Ark., nine prisoners "the profession." One would think a true JbaiJfcCE ! Miss Ellen Letcher, the handsome and welcome a in highly accomplished daughter of Dr. walked out of jail and etcaped Wednesday, heart would of lightening the woes WE WILL 1HSD TUI of huwhile the Slierift waa eo gaged in a game the business Joseph Letcher of Fayette county. ofseven-umanity, but alas I Caste with a party of friend in his stronger than humanity and regulations are Cincinnati Weekly Commercial philanthropy. She' is a niece of Gov. Robert Letch- Ollice. Don't I know it from experience ? Well, flfly-s- li column family newspaper. James P. Young waa found dead in the thing is to go on and exercise ones Aa er and also a niece of tho late Judgo ana me hie room at Mt. Sterling by a servant. An gifts as best we can and be satisfied with George Robertson, while tho Judge is SeuiMVcekly Interior doing good, if it is irregular. a nephew of Gov. William Owsley. empty chloroform bottle by the bedside Saturday 18th. I must finish this let FOR 0K TEAR told the story of his death. He was a habter. in scraps, as it is almost settled that we Tljo beet blood of the Stato courses itual user of tho drug. leave on Monday night, after service for THREE DOLIVAKSA FIFTY CENTS through their veins though they stand It is reported in society circles that Walerford, N. 1 , a place of 0,000 inhab- And allov the subscriber Io select, frw ol charge, rroia me following cnoice list oi boon ! notion tho records of their ancestry Gcu. George Toussainl Beauregard, of New itant, equidistant from Albany and Troy, uii ma but oh individual merit of the highest Orleans, is about to marry Mrs. Cornelius opening, iiuubuii iiici. auisis me only TeisiiL)oit'n J'orui. at present, and we will go where order. Removing to Lancaster, the Vanderbilt, of New York, the widow of the a door "stands aiar.'ever trusting the The Anthlnn Xttlit. The Xarnitive of the Jeaitette Are' late Commodore Vanderbilt. LORD to make it "wide open and elicctu-al.- " home of Governor Owsley, Judgo by Ueut. Daneuhovcr. I shall be too busy on Monday for tie Buck Caywood, en route to the State The Jtltt on the Finn, j George Eliot. Owsley was in 18G8 elected Commonanu so "lane time by the loretop." prison from Morgan county, escaped from writing, Woad'm Xutural Yesterday we had our first snow fall, with SM Illustrations. 11 1st or u for llou, wealth's Attorney of this district the Jail at Mt. Sterling. He was sentenced lasting all day and melting as it fell. LeadEnnt Lutte, by Mrs. Henry Wool. without opposition, which office ho to eleven years imprisonment for adminis- en sky above, cold slush underfoot, sugges1 ,lriinii(icor- - 1RX3. filled with fidelity and some risk of tering cantharides to a young girl causing tive of diphtheria, pneumonia and conThe Stria Fmnllu Kobfiisois. sumption "the devil's own"' weather. No i the Hove and Uta A Treat! life, for six years, when by a general her death. one can iersuade me that The jailer at Swainsboro, (ia., was Lord sends such. It is not our dear, good Dleitnfn, by Dr. a J. Kendall. was chosen the popular demand, he like him at all. The U'ouiais is ITMte,by Willie. Collins. knocked io the head and killed by a negro It will all vanish when the devil ia shut un democratic caudidato for Circuit JIMoru oftheltlitutXotn of Ireland. in the "abyss." That shows where it comes prisoner, sentenced to be hanged in DecemU'averlU, by Sir Waller Scott Judge,and afterwards elected over the ber. After the killing the negro escaped, from now. This morning the sun shines A. llrave I.mlu, by MltsMuIock. brightly and the air is sharp and bracing. republican candidate, Hon. John W. but waa recaptured. His chances of being The Jltble Dictionary. The dear LORD is doing the beat lie can tAttly Audlev'i Secret, by Miss BrtJJon. Tuttle by nearly 2,000 majority. No lynched are considered good. for us under the circumstances. Praise vaiioo orauuresi nAkiiini 9S- Ninety rapturous maidens from Ten- - His dear Name. From my window I look Editor Interior Journal, rUauford, Ky. beat Judge Owsley for any one can nessee psswa through this city on the out on a real Winter scene. The snow fall office in this Judicial district, so in or the did Southern road yesterday afternoon en route skim nightcoversnot all melt and a light of it every thing. The Ver 1880, he was re elected his own suc to Salt Lake, where the whole lot will mont train is tearing round the river cut ve cessor, after a sharp contest by a pop- probably vet eight or ten husbands between Northward bound, leaving behind it a ") TRKASUar DtPABTHKMT, democrat for tho them. Lexington Transcript. trail of steam clouds, almost as white aa ular and capable Orncx op CourrsoLLaa ov Tin currkhct, Washmotox, October , ISM. J Capt. A. J. May, who was sentenced to the snowy bluff against which they drift. nomination, and without contest by the The little children are trotting alone to Tt'iiiaKis, By satisfactory evidence presented to republicans, who vie with the demo- the enltentiary for two years for shooting school, muffled and mlttened. with shrugths undersigned, It has been made to appear that tbe crats in rolling his vote to the highest a man almost without provocation in Lex- ged shoulders and their little toes fairly turned in with cold, as they run along. National Bank of Stanford,' Judge, ho stands with ington, got a new trial and a change of am looking at a little "tot" In a red hoodI number. As a venue to Clark county. He waa tried this county ot la Slats the most upright and capablo of the week and got a hung jury and is now on and red stockings, with a diminutive tin undtbscltyolBtaniord,la Hicomplied will Lincoln bucket of lunch in hand. I revisions of Keutuckr, hasMalum of ths all the of the ltaiiaed United State, his decisions in uine out of ten bail of $2,500. Her little nose keeps up the color, for it is states required to be complied with before an shall b appealed cases being affirmed by the Hon. M. W. La Hue has sold his half very red too. Bless her little heart. The ness of bau king: authorised to commence, ths busihorses snort out jets of steamy breath and Now. therefore, I. John Jay Knoi, Comptroller Court of Appeals. Honest, popular, interest in the Sunday 2'tui, Louisville, to caier and prance with winter life. By the ol the Currency, du hereby certify that the "First National lUukof blanronl.lo progressive, liberal aud qualified, he is George Baler, Esq , who will auunie ed- way, the horses here are decidedly good. In tnecouuty of Lincoln aud the city of Stanford. Slate of Kentucky, Is itorial from Canada, tomtuenca ths business of bsnklng, as just the man for tho office to which a brightmanagment at once. Mr. Baber is They come roadsters: while and Vermont suthorlsedlatosecllua e 1'ennsrlvsnla provided hundred and slaty-uland facile writer and will make chiefly, for of the llctlaolcliatutesol the, United (Hates. he aspires, aud the democracy of the the A'ciri boom from the start. I furnishes the superb draught horses In teatluoay wheteoi, wltueas uiy band and seal Clydesdale and Norman they look alike. ii State will redeem aud honor itself by Gen. Manager De Funlak and Pur Pricea are fearful to a Kentuckian. I ask- this 4th day of October, 1882. JOHN JAY KNOX, nominating him. The confining bu- chasing Agent Breed of the LAN It. it, ed my friend who waa driving me out the Comptroller of ths Currency. I No, 2,788. siness of his office has prevented him have tendered their resignation, to take ef other day what he paid for the rslher J. M. Hocksr. President. "plug" shaking hla quick J. W. McAlutkb. Cashier. from visiting the various districts as fect January 1st. Threatened troubles of lines stepping "$176" he was John J. McllonaaTS, Ami. Cashier he answered $76 over. but we trust his the road io supposed to be the reason would easily have purchased him in Ken much as he should, for their action, though De Funiak says he tucky, a asked him why the folks didn't i devotion to duty will not count against reslgna to give all his get handsomer and cheaper horses from MC3rUlUrU attention to the X cHllUQ WOUwgCs w him iu the contest. We will say to us. "They are loo tender for our climate" A Atlanta It. H , of which he is he responned. They prefer the tough. those who do not enjoy his acquaint president. WTANI'OItD, KY. hardy acclimated stock of their own latiThe Columbia and Campbellsville stage tude, even at a tough price. The private anco that where be is best known, he Full Corps of Teachers, is most appreciated, and that lib was robbed Monday by a single masked turnout in Norwich are quite handsome, With very largely and noticeably black with friends, whom ho can count by the man, notwithstanding there were two white hind feet, Black Hawk and Morgan Tals Institution will open Its Thirteenth Heuloo .. UH tH passengers besides the driver, includ- stock. Some of the spans are IMHIUIJ IU cwytcuiuvi Meet, thousands, are as true aud as loyal as male ing ltoij.M.H.lthorer of Adair, from whom fairly flying when let out. The people are ALL TUB JIUANCUKcl OK A a man ever possessed. For a man very fond of carriage driving, and display, whose duties have not called him much he got money, a gold watch and other ot course. THOROUCHENGUSHCOUnSE The amount of his haul was $100 to from his homo counties, he has dove! I do not know any thing about Water- - U Are taught, as well u oped great strength iu tho race aud ho $500 not including what registered letters ford, except what I have written. Never I he icot out of the mall rack which he cut htard of it. even, before getting an Invita will go Into tho Uon vent ton backed MVBIO. TUB LANOUAGKH. DHAW-INtion from AND by a very formidable uml hearty sup- open. After getting through he ordered mo m. Iter. T. O. Thompson, Pastor of mere, xveter nearu ol port. Tho signs K!ut to him as the the driver to tike a nut off the axle and him either. uiurcn tell more when I know Will next Chief Executive of Kentucky, give It to him and then he disappeared In more, 6 1. M. Just returned from a blessed and to that end lib friends will labor the woods. Why three grown men should In Tuition, ultearsaaefroui U to 160 in iu till tke day of nomination, and if they I submit to such n robbery la only explained meeting, where the full confession of Jesus nugular Departments, frlruirr, f;j, Intermediate sa the Uniting woe was almost unanimous Wi: f reparsUxiy, and Collegiate, HO. enHw'r loM " ,,l re yJctorioufl will elect him by such a '" 77 came forward to lake blessing, many of Imaii known ilnrfllof courage or backbie. The only lady nuinxiiv iu ha nnt llieui pledging the lAJtiU to be light II for full particulars, aa to BorJ, Ac, uSdJroM etjrrle.1 tiio Btale Ity over Wr iosiiuvi sa-- her diamond enough to fly when UK comes for them, irarKr.. n. v. tjcuxmkakt, YNIsselpstl I rings by dropping thei inder the seat. The rush reminded we of thy enthusiasm U SUttoti, V . '""Sf f. K7. y doming, November 7 Ing down - - ,,. -.- -.- ........... .. Cjf SCl . .... - ' of the old "regulars" at the Danville meet-i"vean ago. Ah I how long It seems, bark to thst blessed 100 days I The memATTJIK"TWINrONTN." ory of it is sweeter ss it drifts further Into the past. Monday 20th. Yesterday we had packed congregations, t confessions at night. In the afternoon, preached on the second coming of our LORD In the Baptist Church, by special request, Many are waking up as the meeting is about to close. "Blessings brighten aa they take their flight" and the lesson of the final judgment Is being constantly rehearsed the solemn awakening from slumber when too late to repair Ihe mischiefs of the guilty steep, Alas! Ho It will be to the end of the chapter. 10) for soul; 129 anointed for healing; 707 confessions for specific blessings in the afternoon meetings. Praise the LORD for whsl has been dona A a i--l glorious work among christians that will X b O1 reach far into the future, and a sowing . rr M fY tD thst someone else will reap, ll I am "content with my wage," and sV leave Norwich full nf life and courage. So CD c all of us. Kvcr In Jesus, Geo. O. Barnis. v n x mj vu vi W CD W rn BRUCE.WARREN&CO. GLAD TIDINGS Read Curofiilly tho following Stntomont P NTIillHOUN I'ACTN ! TIIK r'lltSl Ol Welsh, Wiseman Will I & Co., TO (10 WK1T . J" r-t- o DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, illwolfeO January I, IIS1. en nimlwr, at les,t, of the firm hstlns; iteleimlne.1 In slew of Ibis change, wa prow to tloM out our stocS In l CD1 rJ?I-X- Sh ij. INHiXT jJO -- ..fjtj An.l to arrompllah this, will dispone of It XV.Y3 ak JS. &r P-- CD H o ft H At Niln Very IYIany Gases Under Cost. We hate from S.H.0M to 110,000 In 6 g & t e God-gifte- BROWN'S IRON 8 aEOct c ' S P P CD P & P New and JcNlrblc Vi and Winter OoocIn H Pi CD ft CD BITTERS 552 8 &ft o 0 eQ M 3" 2j ri t. that wear lrflnUJI. TosaerlAraln this war. Iteruemlr II Is not the tslWnil olsslorsof poM of, but tho who's ofhr farlllKI.AUOt.ir ANIHIANDtOMWr rtTOCK In lianellle, rere 11 an.l sliuost all unbroken. In II es purrhawO In the Kailern Markets all our Mnes are rumplet !lwli we hares Unw stock of I'laln an,l llroeals Velsets, nallnaanl Milks. r1hilsrCtolh,CuhnierM, Ae., In the newest ao.lmo.tilrslrat.le shades. Umiplete lines or ll'xlerr, U. es' and Utals' Underwear and Vim j (loci, general!. Tbe largest and most eoinplets tloek of I.HtHch'Hml ClilldrvirHrSliocH lit I'lKtircM tlml 1VIII AnIuhIhIi All Whoprlrotheio r.trinl llnolCtlets st dents' Clollis, CiMlnirres and Hals St a plll? msnulicturrrs' pile s, The Vr.llY CIIHIl'Mrstjleaan.1 qualltlr ol Csllcors, Cullons Haeetliif., (llnchsius.ACial pliers hitherto pall fr Ihe iarii.t. You wlllrSeetan liumrnse eat ln on eier ourold friend ."lrlel and Irue," eh m.i we will rusk Nil WKW AlOJUhTS.onl ton nets been IKiuuur and prompt, will wt emlll until Jaauarr I.I "ar l.A-1- 1 I' lllll Al OUT uutian. muu im wound un la Iks neat t Jan. all earneetlr renurele.1 to rail sn.t seine tun imruw awa iniseppirmnii oiiam in jour supplies al prlrea r Alt IIKM11V an offered heretofore. who JoOrf R g P.. iEfS FTP. 3 B. 0 rr P Prrt r, Q OT CD bur Ihln to we know U till CASH and mil oweuaarw MOs sn 5 sJ rtn i ?p OT Wpwi - WXjIaSH, WISILTIAN . , fc . BR0WN'S IRON BITTERS g rrtrnP E uy i rrt-Qi O r--u Ul 2 s-- f 2. ,p p ts a &j3 g"g$a Q CD OT tt-- ffl tIJ'.LJL.: a S p. b Wo .. tt-- P &U p-cpa- na-tiv- o ANNOUNCMENT. -- Uod-give- p-- g PP Ul CD CD r BROWN'S IRON tnoP 1 1 3" U n M K CD CD 3 fi o o to o p Cfq p Kp fcJ1 X&&&.. O i OT BITTERS 3 &." ffw o p CD r e -- n er iz s ija CD O 1 p OT OT hd OT CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. 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H r- 3 o cu ". spa a O n,r, ?H aCD w "First National Bank. s.2 3 o "j SB- - o UlO OQ hJ jUffZ M cin tJ-- CD m- - "fay 1- OT This is one of the Largest Stocks u that we have ever had, and in it will v y be found many new and desirable o pw goods. We invite the public generalPi U ly to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. 1 laW w-- t US B o H OT OT 1 K -1 . n 4 ww p OT h. r r THE la fstt, then 'First g pd herred-mlttene- d ISP ts 'Vr? CD 9? - O O V e Ally-on- na o o & iS-g Wm Ep O ST ewqine. SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. SAVE AND DUB ABLE I BOOKWALTER it for I'rlce, Hlinpllcll. Is no Kuglas that eiua's OM CD CD Zft O! OT CD 3 ia Ps CD OT Ilursbllll anl Eellslilo Work. It Is (JBE3i V& PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, fl 2,eap 80S tfp-d &- pi Pen-saco- fj nil w ? hW P. O o P CD Pi OT 4 a 3tf O Qo trt-A) RCD - Wood NaiVN, a :r p hB P ?E Mt?t.e go s. M. !o& PRO w eo O Cotton OiiiN, Corn M IIIn, aUci! LeaeLeHreial: I LeaelaeV, Elevators, Feed MIHn, 1" Creameries, TWt Hay larcNNCNt XsatheN, Av, ittj Q CD valu-Lie- j"S,p r foriH goo P Ptrt- s 5r. aP-2.f- i Call Hi Tho Interior Jouriml Olllco Hiul hcooho rtli dcsilrable KiikIhch in epcrH.loii. I.enifiitbtr every KmkIho Iihh our Kimraiitev. IteaU II t O C fO tt rH'' te ft WH CD Ms c TERMS MODERATE. s '' ' "' r P p Ul h 4 -1--- CM RI Q2 O .1 iiT'.i.- - susrautee. and.'" if" IitU.?.w" sell ou lbs Mow. " afalrMdiatlsfsUorr trl. ilMcaMlb.K.lr7.r!iuSi,T,lft,u "l'alof lbs Koglnsto (Ira It nesrosi'rsllrosd sUlfon. sud leases H ou 'utiu hHifl0',1",', !Xra ,.bf P'"sK l,UI' Certalnl no tusn twuld a k for. mo". Srsl aij Uou't wad.,- - lob. durable aud coiupl.tili claimed when proper y altaibed aud tuauane I Waas to all purcuaaers thai wsauaraolaaour Uf...lu.f, a,?, luik. ,. tsl7ucl'o sv.in.. i. .i ,i.i,U'i.',,ll,',r I ofler u?Mt wjn .eoger ed CD frgift a r i CmJ M CD P3 o:tf ,L - Power Enjtlse . rower tosius sud llolftr Tower tnslua aud llulUr . l'ower KJtnesud Ikiller ., i?.?K..AT -- OUR PRICES, 1I0 .. t0 00 Wt " , ct-- " r. " -- -- 'FN I air ........'."''Bj'lBltneld. lusuufactursrs, Ohio " "ps pauipuiet, ajgrew ths JANi:nm:i'iii I..., niirstiKiit'lH, .... ,;,r,, .......... IIIIIO. I -- -f- ll- "snnsHaiMaBjsBisMBasMaMs StmicthInnitrioronmn( Friday Morning November 24, 1882 New lot of Closks and Dolmans at Che naull, Severance A Co'. TllK cars killed another cow for K P. Woods, Wednesday. 1,000 turkeys liens. LINCOLN COUNTT 2 AND OF &0., AT It. II. A LAN. riMi'(rr Aniirrkon Nunnki.t.ey has purchased at $1 a pair, gobblers and 10CAL TIME CARD. . V 10 " trains North..,, " South... . 2 OT A.M. P. M v Full and complete line of furniture and lioiisc'furnlahlng goods genrrallyjoil tiaint- Ings, chrome, frames, Ac , may be found at It K. Wearen's at any lime. Prices very later'. La. nor iitock of Window Glass, all slats. reasonable. Coll. Double thick kIsss for flower iltt. i'enny l'r.rwoKg living along the Danville pike A McAllater. for Ave or six miles are anxious for the JuT rrcelred a new lotof cloika for fellow who passed along the and children and a fine lot uf Do- scalp of the other night aluiit "the hour when churchlman. J. II. AS. H.rjIIAMKM. (Inr.AT IUiujction In aheet music: 60, yards yawn" and awakened thtm by tell76 and $1 music now aold at C cent. Itrfc ing each that his neighbor just up the road ular alt anj on good paper, at McHoberta waa dying and that he needed assistance, olagR a. he himself being en hla wy to town fora I WILL sell at the late residence of Chan, doctor. Just at 12, he aroused George L. lUrris, on Friday Not. St, Ida entire e ronaltr, consisting of lire atock, farming Hopper and sent him post haste to the of the dying Speara Fisher, to And utensils, .c.vc j. n.uwmer, Aiiinr. that Spears had gone to Mr. Dawson's to PERSONAL attend his dying moments, Mr. Dawson Mm. J, II. MYr.luhaa returned to her had gone to see Mr. Armp Feland kick the bucket, andaoon arid so on. The fellow home In (lermantown. Mm. I.L'cr OltAYof IxuIaIIIe la fis may have thought such tricks very funny but It wss far from being so to the men hing-- her niece, Mrs.Oeo. II. Ilruce. Mr. Jas.C. IlHYANT,theiopulardrug who had gotten out of warm beds and he had better keep mighty quiet for a year or gist of llryantayllle, win here till week. Mr. Simron II. Qohmley, of Lcxlng two at any rale ton, oTtron a rialt to hla mother at Crab MARRUCES. Orchard, waa here yesterday. Mr. W. O. Thomas, the talented assist, H. Cook, of iluaUmTille, Mis.i8AM.ir. ant editor of the Somerset Jlepulliatn, wna pained through town Wednesday en route married Tuesday to MIsa Dora Lair of that to Mncaater to tlsit relatlrra there. place. M. Oano rill lie FKirxnaOfOen. It. Mr. Hugh L. Mason, formerly of Lanpleated to learn that he has jtut cleared caster but mw a lawyer of considerable oter J1W.000 by aale of real eatate in promlnenco In Chicago, waa married in an Texaa. Kplscopal church Cincinnati, laat week to tinr.iilrT J M. HmoiNBOTiiAMofOar-rard- , MIsa Susie Shelby, the very accomplished waa here jeslerJay to iiuallfy aa ad- daughter of Gil. Isaac Shelby, Jr. ministrator of hla uncle, 'fr'fiulre Hiram RELIOI0US. Roberta. Mm. Dr. A. 0. HurrwAs, Miss Het The ltaplist Home Mission has, during tiel'axton and Mr. Mack Huffman went to its fifty years of existence, spent $1,700,-00- 0 Ilairodsbttrg Wednesday to ylelt Mra, for mission work, $1,000,000 of which Hannah I'oteet and other relatlrea. waa exended among the Indians and at Lan OUR FAITAriU, corrriond-n- t Hid. Martin Owena writes that he and caster, Mr. Win. M Uogle, will on lotnor row be transferred by the U A N., for Iiros. Skacklefonl and Allen Iltllou have which he la agent, to Williamsburg with fust closed meeting at Haiti Dell, Pulaa-ki- , with 8 additions and that he and Urn. Increased pay and while we are pleased at thla eridence nf rsteein by hla superiors, Shack leford are now making war on the we regret exceedingly to glee him up aa a devil at Friendship, same county. The meeting at Ihe Ilaptist church is correapondent at that point. Ilia dutiea aa agent were tery onrrua, but he alwaya cresting considerable interest, hut the visitook lime to send ua a report for which we ble rculta are not manifeat yet. Itev. II. will alwaya feel grateful to him. We con- Allen Tupper, who is doing the preaching, gratulate the people of Willlamaburg on is a very fine speaker and his appeals to aecuring an agent that la a thorough sinners are touching and eloquent. gentleman and one ao affable and accomoLAND, STOCKANO' CROP. dating. A Lackey sold to J. II. Ilruce 0 O. LOCAL HATTERS. steers at 6 cents. extra J. K Farria sold to II. K. Miller a car Oo to the "Twin Kronla." load of extra timothy hay at 75c per cwt. Laud cans cheap at A. Owsley's. delivered at depot. Dwlght Itoot sold to It. D. A L. Logan Furs Orm:it etery Tueadty and Fri20 head 3 year old rattle, averaging 1,350 day at McAliater A Ilrighl'e. pounds, at fi ctnta and a small premium. Jack Shanim, a worthy old colored man For Sale. I hare 33 head of fat catdropped dead here Tueoday of heart di tle for sale which will weigh between 1,- 400 and 1,500 lb. S. W. Olvens, Br , Shel-- A LAIMIS Tariejy of cook atOTra, healing by City. A. A A. T. Trsylor sold in Cincinnati atofea and grate juat received by A. Owa-leTuesday a lot of cows at $2 75 to $4 35 Lotw price). The market wss so poor that they ahlpped A mil New Year Stanford will hare their ateem to New ork. eight Paaaenger tralna dally, two each way Col. W.d. Welch, administrator of A N'.and the aame on ths Ken on the L. John Shanks, sold a tract of 1C2 acres of . tucky Central. land, lying partly in Harrison and partly Tcrkeyh are rather scarce thta season, in llourbon counties,to Capt. John C May at conaeiirntly many of ua wilj hare to do $50 per acre. It is unimproved and almoat our thankagifing next Thuraday orer a without fences. tough rooaternr an antiquated gooae. The Lebanon Standard reporta the follows: 21 mule The Hotel, at llurtonvllle known aa aale of It, K. Young, aa old mules for $382; 2 the Powell House, waa aold at auction colts at $30; pair year 10 to $2730; cows and cslves Monday by II. L. WHIIama for $2,000, calves $20 heifers $19 to $28 25; CO lb shoals at which 4a generally considered a good price. $50; $3;!0;7head 110 lb. shoals $10 ; hay 35 Little Personal. The wife of Leut. cents per cwt ; corn $1.70 per bbl. Georgetown Court. From 450 to 500 John Scott of the U. S. A., presented him with a 11 pound boy on the .Hit. She la cattle on the market, quality fair, and all with he'r father, Mr. Jamea Lawless, at sold at prices ranging at $3 50 to $1 90. A few broke mules sold at from $75 to $103 Crab Orchard. . Canned Ooodh. We carry the largeat er head. There were- a good many comand moat eelrct atork of canned goods in mon horses sold at from $25 to $125 per the city, and are prepared to offer extra head. Hogs were offered at $8 60, but buy inducement by doien or caae. California ers refused to pi more than $0.49. Capt. II. T. Hush reports the. sale of goods s, specialty. McAllater A Aright. Micheal Clojd ns follows: Horses from C6L. W. O. HiiADLBYadTertlwa 350 acres $05 to $210; fat hogs $0 05 per cwt ; fat cow of superior coal lands to lie aold Dec. 18th $52; heifers $22 30 to $27 CO; milk cows at Lancaster. They lie immediate) on the $33 25; 2 sows and pigs $31; 17 shoats $5 L. A N. In Laurel county and coal men each; yearling mules $77.50; work du$100,-50- . ahould make a note of the date and place. Farm of 101 acres rented at $5 20 per acre to D. W. Dunn. Kxcelleut tale with Juixie J. M. PitiLiw Is agent for seven prices above Ihe times. solvent and popular Insurance Companies The aale of W.H. Wlgham on the 22d, and in this laaue tells our readers about It. Capt. II. T. Hush reporta aa follows: 390 You couldn't do better than to Interriew ewes in lots of 60, brought from $2.75 to the Judge if you wish to rare something $3.95 per head; cows without calves $35 to from the wreck when your property is $55; 2 bull calves just weaned $35 to $40; burned, yearling bull $10; 2 yaar-olsteers 4 J cts ; Lunatic Bryant Iloldam, a young yearling heifers $25; calves $12; horses $30 man of the Crab Orchard neighborhood, to $125; I old mule $50; 6 stacks hay at was yeaterday tried on a writ of lunacy and $14; 100 acres of grasa land rented till Jan. ordered to the Asylum. The mania has 1st for $30. developed in the laat few days and seems to Cincinnati. The cattle market is bare been brought on by religions excite- quiet and slow. Common $1.7502.75; fair ment. He waa attending a protracted to medium $3Qi)3.76; good to choice butch meeting at Iloldam's Mill and began to er grades $44.75; good to choice cows ba much exercised over the state of his $3.754 25; good to choice heifers $44 60; soul. He rat up all night Tuesday read common to fair oxen $2.503 50; good to 60; stockers and feeders $3.60 log the bible and during the next day act- choice 4 60. The hog market is dull and declined In a atrange manner. Againat the wishes of his people he went to church Wednes- ing. Ilest Is worth only $0.60 and prices day night and when the preacher extended run from that lo $5. Sheep are steady at an initiation for sinners to come forward 2J to 4; lambs quiet at 4) to 6. and confess the Savior, he marched up and OARRARO COUNTf. blow laid out the Iter. with a Lancaster. satiating In the meeting Mr. Abbott, who was W. A. llurnside it the happy father a sound beatand jumping on hltuga-ehiWhen of a girl baby, born Nov. 20th. ing before friends could Interfere. Mrs, C. 0. Ilogle and daughters Kate tbeydld go to hlsrescue several of them got blows for their trouble and one of his broth and Llxxle of Hiiitonville, paid us a visit ers had a handful of his whiskers jjrked this week, Married, Nor. 21, at the residence of ed out. He was finally overpowered and secured front further violent attempts. He the bride's parents near HyattsvilU, Mr. was a pitiable object when he appeared be Jack Hyatt to Miss Maggie Layton. On fore the court yeaterday, every particle of same date, George U. Itoblnson to Miss Klltt West. All of this county. reaaou seeming to have tied. bed-aidfreed-men. l,P00-Kun1 d LOCL NOTICES. Huy I'Atxn of Penny A McAllaler. Huy joiirsmmunltlon of (II klmln from McKolxrls A Huftn. New stock of Jewelrj and Sllyerware it Penny A Mc A lister's. Watch w, Clock and Jewelry repaired tnd warranted liy Penny A McAllater. Fall lot of Zelgler's Shoes just reedy. eu aim lursjleat j. ii.ah. II. Kliankr. Htandaho Sheet Mimic, Vocal sind In itrumenUl, for 10 cents at I'enn A McAl Hon. T. J. Haw, laic Representative from Wayne, has been sent to the Lunatic Asylum, Amthonomkr" say that there will be a grand meteoric shower between 11 and 12 o'clock on the night of the 29th. Jiwr ltr.cr.ivr.il new pickles in Lulk, fresh oat meal, cracked wheat, hominy, mlnco tntat.Ac. McAllater A Ilright. Near MeCermack'i Church. Clark Cash received from 'Squire Murphy and A. I). Itoot a car load of fat hogs at 8 cents. Mr. Cash Is reported as being quite sick (of his bargain ) He has taken themlo Cincinnati and got $180 for them, Mr. John H. Murphy la hsvlngablack-smitshop errcled on his farm. Don't understand however that the 'Squire Intends (0 devote himself to this "art" In his old days. Jim Illpperlon,of the African persuasion, will do the smithing. Mr, Geo, Csrler of Turnersvllle has soiunisnice utile larm 10 .Mr. W. Kaueylor $2,000. Mr. Ilalleyand wife have made their home In the South for sometime, and their msny friends sre very gtsd they are to return and live In their midatnncemore. Mr. Carter will live on Mr. Ilaughman's place near here. Mrs. P. W. Carter and Mrs. It. Hopper are on Ihe sick list this week Preston Cash and John Murphy, have returned homo after a three months stay at the Commercial College at Lexington. Mrs. Mike Cloyd, Itelle and Preston Cash will move to their father's old homestead in a few weeks. We will be very glsd Indeed to welcome them back among ua. Mr. Moore who now occupies the place will go West. h - NEW FALL WINTER STOCK1 V DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.&ENTS' FUMISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, . LYTLES- Inax Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S; "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky.. "EVANGELIST NO. Lan! 2." Arab!. Alph Rowland with a lot of drunken rowdies from StatTordsville, sssaulled Jss. Luddy uf this place a few days ago, d waa knocked down and badly whipped by Luddy and the rest of the crowd fled Ip confusion. John Ilohinson wss shot aud killed by Duck Merrill at Kubanks Station Saturday evening. Itoblnson waa drunk but was not molesting any one at the lime. Eye witnesses asy it is n saae of willful murder as there waa not the slightest cause for the offense. Merrill, who Is as onery a cuss ss lives, fled when he reallxed his condition before the Isw and i yet at large, though by thla writing he may be with L P. Blackburn soliciting a pardon. ltow-lan- BOYLE COUNTY. D ant illt. his race is run; He has reached the goal Iturkden Ihe famous race hnrse died in Danville on Wednesday nighl. He was nwntd by Win. Collrell of Mobile, Ala bin has been for many years In p wfioii of J W Guet of this place. Imp IlucVden wss by Lord Clifden, dam Conscience ty Hay Mtddleton; was 13 yrsrs old snd one of the most famous young sires in America. He wss the sire of Kimball, Iiucktle,Lucy May, Mollie Graham, Laura Glsss, Harry Gilmore, Iiend Or, Ac. Ac ,and if there is a haven of real for those of hi class who act well their part, he has gone where all good horses go, Frestus Tolliver, a little darkey about 8 years old, . FELT. IN A WELL 40 feet deep and still lives. The old o bucket was a little too heavy for lilm and hia pluck outrur uing his prudence, he held on and was toppled overboard, bucket and all. WEDDINOJ. Hurnelt-HoovOn Tuesday at 12 M., at Ihe residence of the bride's mother, In this county, by Eld. J. M. Slreator, Miss Ella llurnett and Mr. Everett It. Hoover, of Nicholaavllle were united in marriage. After a trip Eaat they will make Kansas City their home. er WHARTOX-rOL- K. Iiy the authority Invested in Itev. Itobert Caldwell as a minister nf the gospel Ac. Ac. he pronounced man and wife, Dr. W. T, Polk of Perryville and Mrs. Lou It Whar ton nf Danville, at Mrs. llowman board ing house in Danville, on Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. THE GIRLS' I'ARTY For and In consideration of now, I don't exactly know what it is in consideration of, the young ladies of Danville will give a dincing party to Ihe young men at James and Hall on next Tuesday, Nov. they are having a regular magpie time getting ready for it. A few think It will look a little out of placs for a girl to go racing about a public hall filling out a boy's card, Uut the majority forget all that when they think of Ihe pleasure in running the thing. You remember how So A So does at hops, don't you? Well, he before ever I can just sit there till, till will dance with him. hvery one has in her mind some boy that she is going to ALL NINE DOWN, Set 'em up. The conductor on what is known as the midnight train on tlieCincin-nat- l Southern on last Sunday night should accept the many neat complements passed on him or have a dunce to e. plain. Nine pssengers for Danville were up and ready lo get of) when the train stopped, but It did not stou at all, Itather than be car ried by, one young man thought he could mak the jump and iust how it occurred nobody is able 10 tell; but they were all aome way toppling, rolling thrown oil and falling in all sorts of ways. One young man, a Mr, Power, was thrown under the wheels and but for the presence of mind of one of his companions in holding his head down to the platform he would have been crushed. He received several severe bruis es, Mr. Clarkson, the turkey man, and Mr. Garcia were both considerably battered, tried C. II. Bronson. Louisville, aays: in fact all who attempted lo get off sufferBrown's Iron Bitters to tone tuy system, ed. Several passeugers were standing on and found it exactly what I wanted." the platform, including aome ladles. The maiiigein of the road could very appropriately Inquire Into this matter. Danville Is N TJE It -. one of Ihe regular stopping points and this M 111 I Our room is in a state of chaotic confusion, preparatory to our flitting from Taxewell early (Saturday) morning, and our writing table being diverted of all accessories to that task, I must fall back on the ever ready pencil, risking, I fear, some words not found in the Bible, from the unfortunate "typo" who haa the task of setting it tip. I am like unto my father, in this respect, at least, that It takes an experienced hand to decipher my letters after they are written. That they do not reward one for the trouble, as his do, I also know, so please don't put them in so close juxtsposition. The contrast is too great. As I ssid before, we are on the eve of departure from Tazewell, After a stay of three very pleasant weeks it isnot altogether pleasant to leave a place, yet we always do it without regret, for our work Is done, and we sre needed at other places. Yet, in leaving Tazewell, we regret the fact that the work is only darted, not completed, and if we could do more good we would gladly slay, but the way seems blocked. Persons who should have confessed Christ long ago have lingered on, through all the meeting, will be aud unless they confess left the same that we found them. Chris cold and backward tians, especially, are about doing any thing. (I do not fear the charge of talking behind their backs, for your paper finds it is wsy out here.) We have been holding Christian meetings every afternoon since our arrival, but on no occasion have they turned out to them; the audience generally numbering about ten or fifteen, and often not so many unless the quartette wasrounted in. With a cold, backslidden church, the of Salvation by others is not wonderful, and as we told them, to this a great part of the failure of the meeting can tie attributed. Tiie remainder of the failure is distributed between us, and Satan. Praise the Lord. Our lereona! reception has been all'lhal wecunld ask but we don't want that, if we cannot gel souls. Not that we value it less, but souls more. Ae it is said of the sons of Isaac, "Jacob have I loved, but Esau have I loved less." The hunger for souls has struck our party, and we care for no preaching that does not save them. Another thing that has woiked to out detriment is the anointing, for all are violently opjiosed to it, and wild rumors are flying over the country concerning the ceremony. A gentleman told us that a jiersoo Irom the country has said to him, "What kind of preachers are those young fellows you've pot here?' He told him that we were quiet, Ac , and were holding a revival. "Well," he said, "they say down our way that they catch people, take them up to church and an'int 'em, and turn them loose." He waa set right on the subject. We explained the subject lully when we first came, but very few have taken advantage of it as yet. Ooiy eight have been anointed so far, and for a week none have come forward. By far the largest part of our converts are children, for, 50 of the little ones have taken Jesus "as best they could." The first confession among the grown folk, was a young lady from the South who made a brave step in the face of the dead wall of opposition, and was soon followed by other ladies and one gentleman seven in all. Praise the Lord. Since then the converts have been coming in slowly, by twos and threes. Bro. Garv-e- r has been preaching to the colored folk, an.1 has had some converts. 14 in all. lie was considerably nonplussed when one of them tried to shout. We are trusting mat we may get a harvest this evening as a parting blessing, and to make the last the best as He always does. Would a few words concerning Tszewell render my letter too long? If so cut them out. (No need to give you permission, I know.) As I said in my last, the town was burned by the 'Confederates during the war, and has never recovered from the effects of it. Just above the town, on a hill overlooking it, Is the ruin of a fortificas being distion, the tienchea and tinct, yet The interior is thickly strewn with grives, whether military or citizen, I do not know. Judge them lo be the former, as they are very ancient looking. Thl place wss occupied alternately by both sides, for it is near Cumberland Gap and on the road to that historical spot. By the way: if the Lord wills, our quartette will hold a camp meeting there next Summer, with the same old tent my father used last year at the Big Sandy C M. Nothing certain, as yet, but we are trusting for it. 9.30 r. m. T he meeting is over, and Instead of the rush of confessions we expected, the front seat wss as blank as Bro. B.'s face. He was the speaker of the evening. There were six anointed and the meeting closed. Bro Garver preached again to the colored folk to night, and had six converts and three anointed. Praise Ihe Lord. The whole number for the three weeks Is 77 confessed and 17 anointed. Praise the Lord, Pray for us desr friends, that we mar be kept from failing any more. An early start necessitates an early hour for sleeping, so I must close. Ever In Him. W. C. Baunes, Evangelistic Quartette. rifle-pit- lnr fnttrlor: Tazrwell, Tenn , Nov. 10th, 1882. Andrew T. Adams, Louisville, says; "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters for dyspepsia and exhaustion and am completely restored." .1K1T Lincoln County Farm For Sale! I nfler for sale rrlrately my fsrmnf 875 acres on I)lz lllvrr, 4Ji miles Caslol Stanford, within ahalfmlle of the new turnpike mw bflnn constructed Irom Stanford to I'rraehersvllle. An excellent dlrt-ros- d from the dwelllpg totheplks. Ilulldlngs are brick and frame, with I0 rooms. Well watered with fine springs, some ol them medical water. Irnproverrents Including the fencing. Terms literal. Address or rail on MKN.MAKAII Stanford. Lincoln county Ky. I have sold out my lUkery and Confectionery business In Stanford, snd would tike It si a favor if all persons Indebted lo me would come forward and settle at once. I'leaae attend to this. 1 I A WHO jr. II. ortant I. A AnVUlTIXKJIKUIs. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. WM. DAUGHERTY Successor NTA-VFOIII), COOK. to Daugherty Holmes, Because jour house, or tour goods, or your lire atock, or your other properly Iists not been burnt or Injured by firs or lightning, Is no guaranty that they ciRitoTbe. Don't you think, then, that It would be prudent lo secure Indemnity In case Iofftryouthls such loss or i1snise,e should occur Inat the lowest rates obtainable In any first-cla- m surance Company. I rrprrsent sern snd you may lake your choice. 31. -- KENTUCKY, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - M.jmriCTUsars or Fine Carriages, Buggies, J). rilll.ll'M. Propr. This Old and Woll - Known VALUABLE COAL LAND. Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, Its Proprietor is Determined that Country-Hote- l he Second MONDAY, IrECEJIHKIi 18, '82, it Shall in the Stateto no Fare, in its Expose for salt to the brat and highest bidder lying about ,7,70 .lows' of valuable Coal Immediately upon the Knoxvllle branch of the Ioularille A Naahtllle Itallroad, In Laurel county, Ky .einbrarlng the land upon which la alluatrd Taulkner A McLean's Mills timber reserved. The ule will tie made on a credit of G and 12 months, bonda ot equal Installments with good security, bearing C percent. Interest from day of aula until paid, required of purchaser, and a Hen retained td As Executor ol It. M. Ilradley, deed,, I will, In Lancsster, Ky., on AND Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. AND PHAETONS, WAGONS -- ' OF" ALL KINDS. tv. o. iihaii.i:y. Wo manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, RagKags Till! be conveyed to and from thedepot workmen and using employing only flrst-clsfree or charge. Special accommodations to material, and sell st reasonable to Commercial Traselera. The Har will be only first-clafigures style, workmanship and material consld-e- d. alwaya supplied with the choicest 1111 lYM. IrAIX.llKKTY. brands of Llqaorsaad Cltars. Mve EJs SITIAIBIIalEI! BSL'rS'SBI 119. . W? f) ilsFi -- aa Having bought out S. H. lanuglunaii, wo will keep on hand u nice lot of Horses mid Huggies, which ' we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We arc also in TTIXM. And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a Curos Coughs, Colds. Croup, BronLaryngitis, Hacking, Spas- liberal' share of the patronage of the public in general. chitis, modic, Chronio and Whooping Coughs, Boro Throat. Soro Chest, A. T. KUK.ffEM,EY, 8TAffi0Dkv. Eespectfully, Congested Lungs, Inflamod Lungs, Fnoumonia. 14 COAL TJRAOE, tf'a- - W. Tearl Street, Cincinnati, O. J II. WATSON, TEES N3D-- iSTJILSr B. K. WEAREN, l3Pt UNDERTAKER, "'iMw; VOllIC. 1H83. good. Becausa It la everybody's newspipir. no man Isaohunibe that Ihe bun Is Indifferent to hla welfare and his rights. No man Is so rich that It can allow Injustice to be done him. No man, no association or men, Is powerful enough to be exempt from the strict application of Its principles of right and wrong, Decaose In politics It has fought for a dozen years without lotermlrslon and sometimes almost alone among newspapers the fight that has reoverwhelmingly popular versulted In the dict against Robesonlsiu anil for honest govern, ment. No mstter what parlr Is In power, The Sun stsnds and will continue to stand like a rock lor Ibe Interest of the people against the ambl Ion of boms, the encrosebmeu a ot monopolists and the dishonest schemes of public robbers. All this la what we are told almost dally by our friends. One man holds that The Sun la the best religious newspaper ever published, because lta Christianity Is undiluted with cant. Another More people have read TIIE SUN during the year Just now passing than ever before since It was first printed. No other newspaper published on. this side of the earth has ever been bought and MAIN ST., STANFORD. read In any year by so many men and women. We are credibly Informed that people buy, read and like The Sua lot the following reasons, among Has Just received a full line of Parlor Suites, Cham- others: berSultes, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash Stands, Because Its news columns present tn attraitlie best Cotton Mattrrases, tamp Standi, Corner form and with the grratest possible accuracy whatBrackets, Cent 0 Tatlw, Extension Taever has Interest for humankind; the eventa, the deeds and misdeeds, the wisdom, the philosophy, bles, Eitenslon Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dinthe notable folly, too sill, I sense, tho lmpnving ing Chairs, Ac. I also keep constant ly on hand all tnenewa of the busiest world at nonsense A lull lino ol Holies, 8hrjuds, Coffins and Caskets. present revolting la space Becaose people hare learned that In Its remarks concerning persons and affairs The Hun mskes a I also keep on band the celebrated II yd Burglar practice or telling them the exact truth to the beat Proof Qravs Vault, guaranteed lobe perfect pro days tn of lta ability three hundred and lxty-fiv- e the year, before election ns well as after, about tectlon from vcrmlne. ground borea.gophers, damp the whalea as well ss about the smalt fish, in the ness and burglars. face ol dissent as plainly and fearlessly as when supported by general approval. The bun has abI aell at figures that caonot be beaten. Call and solutely no purpose to serve, aire the lnformstlon see me. Orders by telegraph promptly sltruded to of Its readers and the furtherance of the counn n Dealer ill Furniture liltell bJk, Jo'TltiS ' tSasialHSSMMEkKlMl IpOiZlgMiZgktMiiiSnilH E. P. OWSLEY Has Juat Opcmod a Pino Stook of BRAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of holds that It I. the best republican newsraper printed, because It has already whipped balf of the raacals out of that pirly and la proceeding agslnst the other half with undiminished vigor. A third believes It to be the best msgszlne of general literature lo exlsteuce, because Ua readers mUa nothing worth T of note that Is current In the world of thought. 60 every friend of The bun d acovera one of lta ru my sluts that appeals with particular force to hla Individual liking. If you already kuowlhebun you will ob erve that lu In 1813 ft Is a little better than eves before. If you do not already know The bun, you will find It io be a rulrror of all human activity, a storehouse 0 the choicest products of common tense and Imagination, a mainstay lor the cause of honest government, a sentinel for genuine Jefferson democracy, a scourge for wickedness ol every species and an uncommonly good Investment fur ths coming year. TKIUIS TO MJIl, SVllSClUllKUSt The several editions of The Gun are sent by man, iiotpaiu, as rouowa- ;DAfLY SS tenia a mouth, 16.60 a year; Willi Bunday edition, 17.70. bUNDAY Eight pages, f 1.20 a ear. a year. Light pages of the best WEKKI.Y-- Sl matter of the dally Issues, an Agricultural D. of unequalled merit, rartuient aclentlbo and domestic mtrket reiwrts and Intelligence make The Weekly Sun the newspaper lur the farmer's household, To clubs of ten wtlb tto, an extra copy freer Address I Vf D.VIIMMI, 17- Publisher Ths Sun, N Y City, -- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino of I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Dost Goods in tho Market, to bo aold at Bottom Frioos. Call and oxamino. CARPETS,!!, CLOTHS i TRUNKS TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. UF Shelf HI -- DEALER KtiGIHB IN- - TItV- Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, nuitNi: shoes, iiohsi: shoe nails, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, D. G. SHANKS, PAI ,- cruwu was Misses an rtgiit. ?45 m it'll Lltile and Itadie Payne of Ellxi bethtowu, are visiting Mis, George Welsh. Capt. Joe McGrorty has relumed from Europe. Alfred and Jip Downs left on Wednesday, for a lensthr hunt in Mississippi. A well limiroted MOUNTAIN FABM, eon finMiss Acanthut Uarnes was in Danville this ing ONE HUNDRED ACRES, with good dwelling outbuilding and Orchud, week week with llro. Llnney as pilot. Mr. county, Ky., six miles (row Crab OrcU-rQ, I). Weatherford haa bought the Hua tu Uarrard sold ebejip, ou easy Unas, u the own- -r will I Apply on The Urea t Indian Herb ltemedy In ulher business. Is about timet tonvlile Hotel, ana 11 is rumored that a of the Stanford gentleman and family will take thsuiirsuilses or by letter to Mi:o.ll.I'ATTEW,CrabOrchard,Ky. hla place at the Clemens House. d, I'ERSONAL. ntCHMOND. KENTUCKY. DOES ALL KINDS ol lluuaa Painting. Oiling, Penciling, dc., Ao Ad dress him fur inlculrs. f BLOOD I, Straw Cutters, for all Diseases f Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, StoveSjTinisVarep QUEENS WARE, GLASS WARE, Fruit Jars Groceview, Salt, Lime, Comout, &o. Also THE DEATH LUorKidHey,siiiiiHuiiiiiood.'THE Dillon formerly of Danville, occurred in Texaa laat week. SEVERE curriNO. This means neither cutting In reality, nor cutting 'round Ihe corner, nor cutting Ihe girl who has Invited you jo a party, but cutting in prices. Alt the dry goods stores are selling at cost to close out, In contemplation of change of firms. Of llueaell Mil I INFRY! I I Mrsi-?t?"ar- Stanford, Kentucky, Cures the moat obstinate aud lmeUrste forma ol Disease arlsluii Iroui Disordered Secretions, Im. purs blood and waul of tone In the System. CHAIVIFIOIff STEE.L. PLOW, And tllO Isdslly retelling dsw snd beiullful Millinery Ooods of twy description everything of lbs ir sudsoUdjr who Intends bujrlng In btr line should fall lo call ou bsr Prices As,if,riettnitJLKeiinbieHemeiu asluar ulbs lont. bh U thauklul lor pail la- -t Prepared ty H. H. BARNES Si CO.. rs snd hopes lor thrlr continuance. Mra. Mollis v.iuji-vhas cuargs ol Ihe MsutuvMaklog departw McUeHKsrs 4 Hragci, Asia .HUutord, ky ment. wbUblaasudlcieut guarantee, that her cusrs 'ayASraisft?!:.'" cjenuklve omyeu cmifXi now. claim a letter but to havs aa equal. Oattw None iB&- - ' m u- Plow, done Onjyrt.njttttee'; m hope Roofing, tomers trill Dad no cause lor compel nt. lf Bldhy?roI.Uferyhfre. rATTWamtVt,yA "H VBalOSlUOn. d 4 . 5km-MA- ) ?? Journal Inferior Novembor 21, 1S82 STA.ITOIIX), ICY. FrH.y Morning TiMS MOV IMS VMSTlilt. Tim Man is nt the Dealt. Ho is nn Editor. Whnt is tlmt in his li'nnrt ? It fa a Microscope Wliat doc; tlio Editor Ho is looking want of n Microscope lor his snlaiy, Hkk tlio Elovnlor. It is not running. How tlio Man swertrs. He is an Editor. Do Elevators ever run ? Oh, ye when thcr aro first pnt in n Building, iTiicl bo- lore they oro FiI1 for. irihe "TrfIffrnper. Man who has had a Nolico How Proud ho is. Ho is in tho Stepping Higher than n Blind Horse, If ho had Wings ho would Fly. Next week tho Paper will say tlio Man is n Measly Old Fraud, and tho Man will not Step bo High. Hems is n Valise It docs not Weigh Four Hundred Ponnds. It is tho Valiw of an Editor. In thp Valiso are Threo Socks and n Bottlo and n Book. Tlicro is Something in tho Bottlo. Maybe it ia Arnica ior tho "Editor's Soro Finger. Tho Hook is Baxter's Saints' Rest. Tlio Socks got into tho Valiso by Mistake Perhaps tho Bottlo will get into tho Ed-itby Mistake. Behold tho Printer, no is Hunting for a Tick tip of half a Line. Ho has Been hunting for Two Hours. Ho could havo Set the lialf Lino in Twenty Seconds, bnt it is a Matter of Principle with Him never to Set what ho Can pick up. Tho Printer has a Hard time no has to Set typo all night and Play pedro for tho Beer all Day. Wo would Liko to Be a Printer wcro it not for tlio Night Work. Is Tnis a Corrcr Lot? No, it is n Towel. It has Been serving nn Apprenticeship in n Printing Oflico for tho Post four Years. The horses aro Dragging it away. A man witl Tako nn Ax and Break tho Towel into Pieces and Boil it for Soap Grease Then ho will boII tho Towel for Tripe H you Find a Picco of Tripo with a Monogram in ono Corner, you may Know it is tho Towel. Has tho Printer Tobacco? Ho has, Bnt ho will not Tell you Se Ho carries it in tho Log of his Boot, and when ho wants a Chew ho Sneaks down in tho , Back Alley where Nobody caii Sco him. When he Spits tobacco it sounds liko a Dnck diving in tlio Water. Tho printer is a Queer man. Ho is a Ficklo person. Sometimes ho Has ten thousand Ems on the String, but they aro Always his Dupes. If you oro a Printer do not bo a Blacksmith, or you will get Firod. Heice wo Havo a Business Manager. Ho is Blowing about tho Circulation of tho Paper. iTo is Saying tho Paper has Entered upon an Era of Unprecedented Prosperity. In a Minuto ho will Go up Stairs and Chide tho Editor for leaving his Gas Burning whilo ho Went out for a Drink of Water, and he will dock a Reporter four Dollars becanso n Subscriber has Licked him and ho cannot Work. Littlo Children, if wo Believed Business Managers went to Heaven wo rould Give up our Pew in Church. Hkee wo have n Knife It looks liko a Saw, but it is a Knife It belongs to on Editor, and is used for Sharpening Pencils, killing Roaches, opening Cham' pagne Bottles, and cutting tho Hearts out of Bad men who Como into tho office to Whalo tho Boportcrs. Tlicro is Blood on the Blodo of tho Knife, bnt tho Editor will Calmly Lick it off, and then the Blade will bo as Clean nnd Bright as Ever. Tho Knifa cost 70 Cents and was imported from London, Connecticut, If you aro Good, perhaps tho Editor will givo it to you to Cat off tho Cat's Tail. Hcne is a Castle. It is tho Homo of an Editor. It has Stained Gloss windows nnd Mahogany stairways. In front of ibo Caatlo is a Park. Is it not sweet? The lady in tho Pork is tho editor's wife. Sho wears a Costly robo of Velvet trimmed with Gold Lace, and there aro Pearls and Rubies in her Hair. Tho editor sits on tho front stoop smoking an Havana Cigar. Ilia littlo Children aro PlaySug with diamond Marbles on the Tessclated Floor. Tho editor can afford to Livo in Style Ho gets Soventy-Fiv- o Dollars a month Wages. nOMKSTIC nCO.SOMV. Pickled R.wstNfl. Leavo two pound of Jrge,"flno raisin on tho stem, nd ono pint of vinegar nnd half a p mud of sugar; simmer over nulowfiro half nn an hour. Butter. Tako a now flower pol, wnah it cldin, wrap in a wet cloth and set over butter, will keep it as lurd ail' set on ice Milk, if pnt into an enrthrn can, or in a tin one, will keep for a luiig time, if well wrapped in n wet cloth. ArrLrs Jelly. Piiro nnd stoweonr, jnicy npples (greenings are nice) in enough tntcr to cover them, strain as directed for currant jolly, nllown jumml of sugar for each pound of jukv, put them together and strain, boil fourjor Hvo minutes, skimming it thoroughly, lUnTiUDOKs. Tako three yoang par tridgpfl, plnco them on n spit boforo tho flro, and roast them fifteen to twenty minutes; rend them to table with bread crumbs browned in tho oven, with n small picco of butter added round them, and send inn tureen somo rich hronn grnvy. Tomatoes. To keep rfjMs tomatoes all winter, celoct flno sound tomntocs, vrijx) them perfectly dry and placo them very full. carefully in n ctono jar Fill tho jnr qnito np with good lard nnd cover closely. When wanted for Use, tako them out from under tho lard and weih them in hot water. Baked Beets. Thcso excellent veg etables oro quite as good baked as boiled, nnd tho sugar is hotter developed Tlio ovcu by tho baking process. should not bo too hot, and tho beets must-lDo not frcqnontly turned. peel them until they aro cooked, then serve with butter, pcpjwr and salt two-thir- er Banana and Aitle TAHki-Mncrust of fine flonr nnd fresh butter. Mukc littlo crust, but mako it good. Slico apples fine, nnd put in dish with three or four bananas sliced, only adding sugar and perhaps a littlo simp, if you havo got it. Cover crust over fruit; brush a little melted butter over top ; jtrew white sugar on, and bako twenty ko V i ininntes or more, as required. Canned Peaches. Whon canning peaches ono cannot guess at just the number of halves or quarters needed to till tho can, and so often after filling tho can (several pieces are left iu tho sirup; and if you odd others and cook them over again they will drop in piece. My way to avoid this is to tako out tho pieces carefully on a plate, cook tho othnoun "C.it'u." ers, and, when they nro needed to help Tlio yonng preacher was well np in till another can, drop them for a minuto his Latin, his Greek and his Hcbrow. or two into tho sirup. But somehow or other his French had a.v ury-ir.ix- i) ir.ii- - to MKA.sirut: .i.v been neglected, as they did not study it . AC UK. at tho theological seminary. Thereforo, Few farmers know tho sizo of their ho was not equal to tho task when tho fields or how many acres they contain. esthetics young ladies of his church sent A field of tho writer s, before it enmo him a notice about tho fair they wcro into his possession, had been plowed going to havo and asked him to publish and reaped by contract for fifteen acres. it from the pulpit These dear creatOn measuring it was found to havo but ures wero not satisfied with having a twelve acres. It is desirable, in fact lunch counter or eating-rooThey for good work, that a must needs givo to tho department its indispensable farmer should know how many acres French name, and so they tailed it cafe, each field contains, for otherwise he with tho accent on tho final e Tho cannot apportion seed or manure for it, good parson know nothing about this nor can ho tell how much time it would way of pronouncing tho word, and bo, require to bo plowed. A measuring instead of saying thero wouhl bo a cord should bo part of tho furniture on "eiftay" in connection with tho fair, ho every farm. To mako one, procuro seven- announced that thero would bo n"calf," ty-seven feet of Btrong ropo, ono inch making tho word rhymo with tho laugh around ; make a loop or fasten a ring or which speedily appeared on tlio couna bar at each end, and mako thcso pre tenances of tho congregation. This feet apart. This is four modo both tho "calf" and tho parson cisely sixty-sirods. Then tio a piece of red rag in who announced it ridiculous in the oyes tho center. Ono acre of ground will bo of tho people a pieco four of tho cords (chains) long I'jturiTs ox vtnnKi'. f wide, equal to sixand two nnd n Thero aro drinks of whisky teen by ten rods, making ICO square, rods to ono aero. Tho aJvantago o! tho to tho gallon, at 10 cents a drink, $5.70. ring or loop is that ono person can Whisky sold at 10 cents never costs over measure ulono by driving a otako in tlio 32 to $2.80 per gallon. Often tho samo ground to hold tho ropo whilo ho articlo is Bold at 15 cents per drink, istrctches it out. Tho ropo should bo bringing $3.55 per gallon. In the mawhisky is soaked in tar and dried, which will pre- jority of saloons tho manufactured from French spirits or vent it from shrinking when wet. raw alcohol, and costs whon "smooth" PtEAsmiE may bo uptly compared to and ready for customers $1,25 to $2.75 many very great books, which increase per gallon. Good honest whisky, costing in real valuo in tlio proportion they arc $3 to $3.75 per gallon by tho barrel, is abridged. sold at 15 to 20 cents per drink or $8.50 to $11.40 per gallon. DAXIKL WKBSTKIL Whon entertaining n party at dinner Thews is a story told of a flno old or holding a levee, Mr. Webhter always Cornish Squiro who only drank brandy looked the gentleman superbly; when on two occasions when he had gooso out upon a fishing excurriou, ho could for dinner, nnd when ho had not not 1k taken for anything but an angler, Tub ChrMlan Advocate mentions tlio and when on a shooting frolio, ho was a genuino rustio Nimrod. And thereby case of an Irish girl who said sho joined .1 I'UIXCKLY ACTIO. hangs an incident. lie was once tramp tho Methodist church " on suspicion " Mr. Corcoran is tho only Wasliington ing over tho Mnnshficld meadows, shoot- for six months. banker who has "como to tho rescue " ing duckB, when ho encountered a of great statesmen at tho right thno and couple of Uostrn A ueouau was recently arrested in sporting snobs, who in au imperial way. After Mr. "Webster happened to bo iu trouble just then Milan for importuning pedestrians, and had delivered his famous 7th of March about crossing a bog. Not knowiurr $10,000 wcro found sowed up in his coat epeoch, which provoked from Whittier Mr. Webster, and believing him to bo lining. Ids equally famous jioein "Ichabod," strong enough to help them over tho Oami meetings aro only just being Mr. Corcoran inclosed to Mrs. Webster wnter, they begged to botonvoyod to u her husband's uoto for 810,000, loaned drv point upiiu his back. Tho request introduced among tho Methodists of Australia. to him by Mr. Corcoran. WebstCr met was of course complied with, and, after Mr, Corcoran at an entertainment that the cockneys had paid, him a quarter of A Oalifoiwia woman kept a secret evening, and, grasping his hand, said : a dollar each for his trouble, they in- twenty years, but sho had a strong con"That was a princely actiou of yours, quired if " Old Webster" was at homo, stitution. Mr. Corcoran." Mr. Corcoran utill for, as I hey had had poor luck at shoottho beautiful letter of thanks ing, they would honor him with a call. Is TiiEiin a word In tho English lanwritten by Webster. Mr. Webster replied that the gentlemau guage that contains all tho vowels ? then, but wouhl There is, unquestionably. Fon n Northern climate what fellows was not at homo is very strong: "The editor of tho bo as scon as ho could vulk to tho house. DimiNa tho lust year 273 cases of sui Tilsonburg (Ontario) Liberal was mar- nnd added, " that ho would bo triad to ried last week. This week iio writos as bco them ut dinner," As may bo pro- - cide occurod in the Prussian army. follows : ' Of all tho Joys vouchsafed to mimed, tho cocknoys wero never seen to Tui art of praising caused tho art of muuiu life's tempestuous whirl, there is erm tho threshold of " Old Webster." jjieakiug. Charhs 1Amman. nothing that approaches so near heaven as company with a girl a rosy, laughllouu is bucIi a bait it comes to overy Tim liuroiifrtw Rothschild, liaviug in. ing, buxom girl ; a frank, ho1' . vited a public, tiugcr to dinner, asked honest girl ; u fooling, ihrting, dashing, IUITb Cure - taken Internilly doting, smiling, smacking, jolly, joking, her afterward to try tho piano. It gavo forth no Bound, whoreutMm tho Baroness It ilia directly upon the blood and the urn- jaunty, jovial, poscr.iokiug, door littlo coui surface of the yyitun. Price, 76c. duck of girl; tlio funniest, ilushiest, told her that she had hod tho wires uu Fur m! by l'nmr A. McAlUter, Stanford strung, in proof that she invited tho roundest, frankest; fairest, ripest, If Catarrh lias dtwtrojed your wni of rogubshest, rarest, spiciest, squirmiost, prima donna only for tho pleasure of hor fiuell tml hearing, Hal I'm Catarrh Cure will fcocloty. Ordinary oplo would havo twiuarcat, best of girls, with drooping per bottle. DriiKKints uccoxnplithcd tlio tame tliiug by not euro you. IatUos amorous flashes baying anything about it, or by lockiut- - aell it. with rosy cheeks and clustering curb, $100 ItKWAUD U' im rCm0Vfid r httU" m' In offered for any cim of Catarrh trial can't .o sueotost and tho best of girls. Ho . ' ha cured with Hall' Catarrh Cure. Taken fldt homyroooti pretty bad, t!mt I other room. InlrrnaiJr. Trice, 7ft ecu Is. ' Ilink ( night. r ASH r(H.ITtVTAS.n, It has been olmcrved that tlicro is o strong family likeness between chronic oftleo seokirs nnd buzzard. Their lofty flights huvo tho damp purpose, vis : To o sco wlicro tlicro is n good chanco to for themselves Thero is also very much in thenverngo political convention to remind ono of tho delegation of bus. rnrds assembled nlront tho remains of An old dead cow or any other animal that is not strong enough to defend itself. If tho number of buzzards is small, and thero aro enough ofllco. io satisfy tho most influential delegates, then tho proceedings of tho convention aro conducted with singular harmony nnd lofty courtesy, but thero is an entirely different kind of musio in tho air when tho nnimal to 1ms divided out is small, and tho number of empty delegates to Iks provided for h large. Wo wcro onoe an oyo witness to the lack of conrtoiy thnt prevailed at a convention of that character. It was on tho suburbs of n Texas city, wlicro somebody had thrown out p. dead cat to bo rnfllcd for. It was n very small cat, when tho number nnd size of tho buzzards wcro taken into consideration. Threo or four buzzards immediately undertook to "secure tho nomination.'' One seized it by tho tail and catno very near getting tho nomination by acclamation on tho first ballot, but another buzzard, who also had claims on tho ptrty, gobbled it by tho other cud, and it evident that n contest was unavoidable They tugged nud pulled, bnt nil iu vain. Tlicro wns n dead-loc- k in tho convention. Neither candidate could s command tho requisite vote to carry tho nomination. Tlio two candidates got very red about tho neck, and, hopping sideways at each other, struck viciously with their wings, uttering a peculiar kind of n, hiss, liko thnt of n goose Wo could not, of course, understand what they said, but very likely, when they craned out their necks nt each other and hissed, it meant "fnlso tu yonr party 1" " Where wero you during tho war, whilo I was in tho army ?" or somo other unkind allusion. Whilo those two candidates wero squabbling as to which of them was entitled to tlio nomination, a dark horse in tho shape of an unexpected buzzard scooped down unexpectedly, nnd, before the regular candidates could recover from their ostonishmont, carried off tho nomination by tho tail Texas Sljtlngt. pro-vidbe-catwo-third- BIXtlAHlTT HKTMtKX HVIZARD3 MtsrAKrxa . rvn A HHAl.TrOX unoH. ttMBvnar.n ciikksk CONFECTIONERY ARO ! A Lincoln Co. Farnw 200 Acres a When Hoflenstein entered thottoro thero was a look in his eyes which plainly tohl that something had happened him, nnd his clerk, noticing it, said : "Vat's domattcr, Misdcr HoiTonstein? You don't look veil dis morning." "Nodlng, Sherman," ho replied, "but a brivnto citizen dot can haf any rights mitout somo licoplo making objections, you know. I vns arrested, by tho bolico Testcnlay 1" "Arrested, Mr. IIotTenstcin ?" "Yes, s nnd it vas all about dis small-jKvat is is going around. Vcn I goes homo yesterday efoning I buys a cako of Limburg cheese, puts it in my market banket, nnd den I gets in a street car vat vas crowded wit taoplo who vas all ilnlking uf do small-pox- . Afdcr a vilo do cheese begin to smell, nnd cfcry von looks around at von nnodcr. Limburg vill do dnt vny, und you can't help it, Herman. Soon I sco dnt cfcry von in da car hat der eyes on mo, und mit do red bimples vat is on my face, togedder mit do smell uf do choose, do bcoplo all dink I haf do small-pound doy begin to visper. ' Shcutlcmcn,' says von man mit big feet, 'vas yon all vaccinated?' Vcl den, dcro vas 'No, sir,' doy snys. a caso uf small-poin dis car. I know it by do smefl,' ho fays, und mit dat ho dives right out uf do door. Do next minuto do wholo crowd runs for do door, und mora ns ten uf dem shumps do windows out Von old man mit a big stomach und a green umprella gets atuck in von ut do vindows und yells 'bolico I' vilo ho shakes do umprella, scares do mules und do car runs avay. Von do car stopped do bolico como und I vas arrested for having do small-pound disturbing do bence. Shust dink uf it, Herman, n brivnto citizen don't can haf any briviloges in do town, you know." .A'cu Orleans Times. pisi-ncsx x l.OU HATal.t BAKERY! STANFORD, KENTUCKY ntatillalinitnf. tl.trf tiiiMliaa.! Ilawa,na krrp cnnalanilr will miiilnu Ihe ttu.lna. "d I uValral.lo ilak onn llai on It a r"d, ramfnrli-bi- n dwtlllnf huuae, Ir houaa, unoka Inmaa and B im eabln recently IhiIII, a jnnnalrrhird hand Italia Loaf llrei,!. Caaa and a fi I linn barn 'nfrnlontfi, to of IV) r nolo, apple Irrra, x nl klUhen, iilen,,-T.rnno- f ofCanlln. Frnili and otb.r tta llallof Huperlnttndenl Ml. nia.le known on ippllralion I will pnblle. whlrh Until. Ilia lllantlon of pu ch moner inf remain nn nwtrlcie a'M ktf p Frnb Flth ind MtT WorahlptiTine tnnfregillon JIIII.N lltfll.lKH. MllJ.nl Unrttler Kj ClllimriAN diy. lreaehlng by Dr J, W. I'oi OYNTFallN AT 'AM. HOUItN. en Flrat and Third lnl'i dayi Bundiy Hchool ThonaanJinf (ntea irr It IS Joa. Heteranre, Kuwrlnlendent. I Iiit wcii-rtbewrtlftiof Mr Jamra IVak at aiinuille rubll nf Ihelr WltiTli -I- tet. T H. clerk, who will alwati Im found inula to mlnlatrr tlrllina, llteprnlnn(eil, PIIIHYTKIItAN Mchoot it 9 40. John W. to four winu 1 on 1 iorj.fi iuii 1 nan irvp in bipplneaian.l health re Kent, fcuperlniendent Union l'rajer Meeting en aiortu 117 ueeounnareai Wednesday nlihli. HlliiilntonlhtlnintllleA Unriiltr plkMtCol. MaraAboiilMafift In whal, whlih li Ilrura'i atnwil MHlrd with t low and tlmilht, mikln at rat ttlili latrral lh fnllre farm In ra, alannne ilni. rountr, oMha li a n.tfral inter lallin imklnf iprlncpomla nlhn nd lt lirl ' rl MlltlTII ll.k 11 f' &l...lw,n. Mertliea etery nnnilay morning and l'ri)er Meellng etiry nlgnleirept the ihlnl Thnrlay ' nltUl. Hunday Mhnl kiloo a, m. Tl, MoirlMiit, Hupennlenilent, Iter II Mlaalonarj rkicitly meeli her on the lit Dunday'Jn rarh month, at 1 e'rlork Mn T. T. Hatleea, I'lnldtnt. AITIST.-IU- V. J M, llaura, I'MUi. rWrtlit on Heeond and Fourth Hilndarf. Iiiornlnf Ind night, Viatel Meeting etery Wednniliy after- noon, njniaj ncnooi aa v au a, aa, n n, aiaiiuw m r'3-:r- . llllllfll IHItK Kllll. JM I'lalor ROBBED lh Inwfil rate. M-I- COMMERCIAL HOTEL, GERMANINVIGORATORI Whrrw eicollrnl arrommoJatloni tan lx hut f- j - J. I'.IIAHHIN. I'roprlttor HALLS fJATARHM 13 BECOMMEWDED DY Cntltf-Chron- Rum rHYSICIAI.a Which poiltltt'y and peuninenlly ruie. f (into-frne- u, fiue,l by aireuiaid any kind,) Wrnktimm, tnA alldlaea-- e that follow a Al.oae, aa loai of tnergr, baaof lneinoy, ueireraai laaauiMe, pain in um many ,lli,ina i,f alalon. lrri,ialura old Btr. and aiw.otht r dlaeiaei that lead to ranauinntleu ind pre- li mature ante anreeml rr nreuiara nun free by null. Th IM'tUOHATOIt l anIJ at II per laii,nrilx Iwin hr n, by all ririirilite, or will l pent free by null, aee rely eealed.onrrrelplif price, by addreialnit Bole Now for th Turf, Itml mill fJrui an Mini-- i rale. I p.ier derleli I lie tootling imereala nf lb ronntiy. pubilthrd at loilatllle, Kr , at Ituja J M luirron. Mantear (len A lluf.inl. Ap aneiira Indiireiuenl, we will tend Tht ager I.vtaaJ r.a one year for 91 to all name pent In before litreinlwr I Addreae J M. It rrilllV. Manager, W- lonlitllle.Ky r, igrat IIS Ailimiiireel, for the Unlled Slalea Toledo, Ohio, ll-ly- r OPERA HOUSE!. STANFIIItli. kY. lo ana Oatnrrh of tho Nasnt H.tmg cenelnJed to reni.t. to Tea... I offer for 01 wo anr, uto or Ulcorntirol cntarrn INTCRNALLY, and Throat. It taken OIRKOTLY upon the Blood nnd net ItvHltlcnco V HhmIiicmi Hon Mucous Burfncoa of the Btatem. It Is tho hoot Blood Purinor In tho I ALL that Is Combined In one. limited In the town r.f Crab Or- WORLD, nnd worth charged for It, for THAT r.lono. chard. Ky.. ..n.Unca.te. ilreet Th; building I. I FOR SALE! ' W. P. WALTON, - Proprlotor. S!,UV.' aionea man, ajifi ira-- anu ivn iwoami one-na- n la.-oiilainun all eigni ronma. in ior-n- ni ONLT QRESVAl CURE wllli rounleraand iheltlng nlrelyind properly ar ranerd. with all th outbiillJInira pemuary to (on ttr-i- N MAimirrftj teulenre and th laaleol th inoal faaildlnu., and And v offer Ono Hundred Dollnro tor nn an abuntl.nr of pur witer fur drinking nil enso or unitrrn it win hot mirp. houaehold puipow,laulirul abide aud fruit Irrea g adorning the en I re pitiulara, all WILL. CLUU ANY CASI Odoo of A. T 8twait A C, I magootand healthy rondltlon Anyone ,Ulr-In- g a cheipyet iilualj- - trelJenre, among arler Cnicioo. Ill . June 4. ltiid. I er a ii J pnnroua prople. would do well to rail lffaara. F J. CKrntflt Co., lUrttO, O. pnrrhwlngela in isiormin- - roil andriainlnelh pieinlera Utnllrmrn -- I um Term, reaaonable li iiM wher .bat I Mto utsl Halt C'atanh W-- tf JtHIN T. STHOItlU Miml mo I vu rttr Ixid n&d don t liraltftta to -CuUrrlilf talcn j"hlltwltlcurtnyr.-iwicf Youra tnily, TT"aa prutwrlr. 1 a";'J$ZS&: i, it. ... ..... ..... g MAKUUt WUtiKS. l!ia.oltaUe ralei Io gun! attraction.. Addle AHhUKU tiik M CATARRH KV., 0, 0, WINE, IiraLKalK Monuinenta, Tabkrla, An. Unble Work llre llradalonr, eieeu-teila- n' all orally kind, ud If aalla. gair-anlrc- d. nl MltatttaaWMaitt TTOrtTII OIO A ItOITLK. wriUn Hate luul E. UcaiuT, Jackaca. Jlb-h"alaxrh for W yrara. IUIi'n Catarrh Cure cun-Coralder It worth $iaOJlic,tll. ais. ld by all DnimlataM 55 rt per tf tn. nnnf trtnred nmt enM I.y F J CHENEY & CO orletora, T0U2X). OUIO. w lTi For ill In HlanLrd by I'ronyA ilrAIMar. CONDENSED TIME fiction L! h uailmco.1i mm: TitAiNH doiNd NoitTii. nisiiif:6 fEMaatlB 1HCK r. "Ea-n- ed on applica- tion. tub T1IK WATKH Of A HOLT WULZ. Prof. Franklin not long ago sent n letter to tho London Times on tho quality of a well regarded as sacred by Mohammedan pilgrims. Tho water ap pcaife to bo worse than that of many wells not considered sacred, but wo liopo our readers will tako warning from this cxtrcmo instanco of well pollution, and consider that it docs not require contamination seven times worse than Bcwago to send typhoid nnd cholera into tho houses of Christians, however it may bo with tho Mohammedans. Prof. Frnnklin says: "Tlio well is in Mecca ; tho water is regarded as holy, and largo quantities aro annually sent as giits to all Mussulman countries. Most of tho Mohammedan princes, especially thoso of India, havo ' keepers of tho well,' whoto duty it is to send them annually water from tho well. havo analyzed this water and find it to bo of tho most abominable character. In fact, it is sewage moro than seven times as concentrated as London sewage, and containing no less than 579 grains of solid matter per gallon. Knowing tho corapositiou c! this water, and tho modo of propagation of Asiatic cholera by excrementitious matter, it is not to bo wondered at that outbreak of this disease should often occur nmong pilgrims to Mecca, whilo it would scarcely bo possible toprovidoumoro eJTectivo means for tho distribution of cholera poison throughout Mohammedan coun OO EAHT 1 VIA LOUISVILLE 1D TIC 0 NOItTII ! "Miicii I, 1882. un. 00 OHIO & 3 MISSISSIPPI R. W. 3 Lte. Itlchmond . " locaater... " Llttngaton ' Crib Orchard. ....... Ktanlord. iSP!W &&( J, js " tHpflMf tT; Ml K.H a iu I .iS JaaSu M.- EffW it TOa? N- -B fm f Hl (9l Tft :: Ok DAILY TRAINS Louisville to Cincinnati! TIIK EAbT AND KOItTII. Free Parlor Can and New pay Cnaehea IVIIIiout Change, 4 " Slltchellaburg. Lebanon.... New llateo. Arr Ilianon junction. ........m... " ClncluuallJunctlon. " Loulatllle- -. . . .. . M ' Panilll junction.. Bhelbr Cllr 23 10 (aTaa9-aVktJa- '..Vii Tmid aaaUaVTri 10 03 111 00 112 I 2 47 2 10 22 tenia " " WlM' raVsLK. m SVVVWSs.. aT?4Ba ' fJtlfJi) SrTjf.'9' CRDOKES-VER- FUGE. TKAINB (iOINO SOUTH. Maarii I. 182. nf ,, Lte. Manford.. Crab Orchard Arr. IJtloiriU.u Lte. laueaater . . .. Arr KlchinonJ DAILY TRAINS AND TIIK WEST. 4 ''- - t ,' liuuisville to Kl. JLouis tleeplnr Can ind Pay (bathea to HI. Lou I a 1! e. ............, . Tl.it prrral' on U ptirrlr. vfUt.. M frr U m.imiii-iifrtmi il ii 1. 1. 1 uu And H It errant UtVttng au kliilbf wriia from Ih tiu tii n tyttffit i imt hfttMMitlntf In w Ia."un. tt)nt(wtt1lkti ionii h mtui rhlMrm tkm r.vtlly llty wt'l inMn, ilkti houM It ISO am nrmmnikvl It iu nrrjr IhmI( ) r. rmntarti tiarpr 2 Ul p m Mr U wllli mMv h4 (mrkhrir Tcru, mlmrfmiiafHt4 will nnrn tmMllr tiprrm 2 &S f it. Mil- l- on the ji rail !( ll ta Oi itly 4 10 " - y. 15 0 20 " rtnta lwtvwMinw tNrm PULLMAN PALACE CAHS Itoe-- , Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orleana. Cinlgranta tnTriai hate tbtlreholceol twuroute tla Meuphl.or til New Orleana. Tliue uuch quicker and rate lower than by any other route, ltl. alaoth futuplu ..H'r lhat U fKHtkani lUk-ki imy Or .y UI tartHr Mahurriuri t.r C Cttttoili: A to, C1r, 9 ft ft MnlH ttfivrt. .iU(.f3. Hy ! r T?v DAILY TRAINS iNDTllENOIiTH VJ ToMeiaphli, little IV r mU 'nwunlorj hf Vnnt A MrAurtKR. Louisville to Indlannpollti, Clilrngo, Chair Cara 7hrou(b Without Change. "I LH.R. nr raa x ono-hal- fifty-seve- Igraut rale to tcdorado, an Miisonri, Iowa, Kantai, Texai, Plorlili, addrraa '. ATJUrttf.. lien, l'aaa. and Ticket Agt., loal.ttll, Ky. The North, NeKhvraland Wrat. la fatl. If you Or F. J. Anthony, Agt. euulord. Ky. lolerrat conteiuilala trip In any dlrtttlon. Havo No Midnight Change! I acre d by will ti baatag yeur Ikkele ela eaeh way 2; Poll K C. and ClarlnMII. 2Tral Arilte it M. Loula t lloara la Jtdtiare f loan I'ala.w an; Kl. gaol New liar Cuaibee, and Other I lata, Ibenby arcurlng more lluie I r BY. hanJaouialy furulahed lUtllulog Chair Can lorra piiVlngcbinKofciri and gelling nrit choir Ih uncjualrd cUlnuenl. uf thla OM llellabt, thereby making a trip am thli line on ol lulu-rloiofaati liiranofronucctlng Hoea. comfort and ltaure. Try Ii. To Inillan.polliinil Chicago, ind th only TIM!. TAIILK. IlTKFrl'.tM' OCI la. It2. ride along llnegltlngll. lalroma le Nu X I Xo. 4. I No.. Soutll. the thorn ol Lake Michigan, tries." Lte. Cotlngton Iu am 2 10 p u Wpui 40 a in 4 10 l is Hit " FaiiHouth Ac, Ipply to Washington, For Ticket., Kite., Time, " I'jnlblana . 10 W a iu I Mf U Ul 10 I"" No matter how shattered the system may Ticket Agrlil uf ItiiiurclliiK I.lnr, or l U u I09f " I'arl.. IIMau ft St p nt tlio pu The only line tunning be fromexcfweaofnny kind, the Great Ger- iJdrn. trr. Islington pal It It p ml c SO P IIHOWN, Boulhern I'aaMPger Agt , K.N. 1 2t p iu 7 p to II 24 io Lt. Islington man Invigoralor will secure health and hap-nine- s. 8. K. Cor. lib and Milo He a., Loularllle, Ky. pw Wlnrheeler It I PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS Arr. Jll Hlerlleg 1 II p lu 1 H 11 la li 10 aiu W. R 8HATTUC, IS am 9 (XI p u bt See advertisement For rale bj W. W. PKABODY, (Jen. rut. Agt., Gen. Buht., 7 21 11 ir A.hland -aao Cincinnati Penny A McAlisler, Stanford. OS p iu 4 Main " lluullngtuu.. No. 2. No I. No. a Noam. Lie. Huntington .. 0 VI a ui " .tablaiKl. ... 7 IS a in Couth, Kanaat, -- TIIK MOST IIMlllAULr. UOU1 E Tte QUICKEST, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST , For Wnnliliiatloit. ltiilllmiirr, l'hllnilrl-lilii- Itoule to all point' In Mlaauiirl. Kami', lltlnole, Aew Turk itml llualou, Indiana, Iowa, Nehru a, Colorado. Atkania.. And decidedly the Popular lUule, aSarJIef, aa II M Thla la the Vtry Ilest loule, ai You Hate No Only on changa to Chicago,almit IauIi andto Iaat. dor, lea. change and .uperlor actviuuiodalloua Io Ihe llckela Ior further Information Diy Coichei and COCINSATI! llet ;ur Ching of Train, Hate Tkraaak Hay Coarkeaoa lllTralaat I. II C0UKEJD Di h Kentucky's l.outc Kast (!. PhiladelphiaN.Y. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., .Sliiiiforil, Ky. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas A SOLID TEAIN LoiiImtIIIv, C.'liit'limitti mill I.c.v-liiKlit- Pacific n, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Railway. a: 1 :m: i Ky.. In eflect Oct. e " Wtuebraiir Arr. Ujligion-- .. Lte leilngion " fall.. " Ctulhlana. Kalmooth Arr Cutlatgtuw .Ml HlefllKg 1 -- 12 21 1 2 . J , IMS. WASHINGTON CITY, Conocclliig In tame ' 2 4 . . a M a io p iu 6 10 a 7 to a Oil p Ul 7 4) a 20 p in 1 U a IU 12 a M 10 l u 10 IV a 4 p m IIAaa Kial tNlH iu 1.1 in a ui p m m to pm ui 4 iu 518 p m t lam 10 IW pm BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. CINCINNATI hllUTHKUN DIVISION. aouTiiuouan. UTATION8. u 3 Kg I Nol7 Nu 3 Lex Mgt Accoio Mall Llm Kip Pally aud P.M C IS 9 0.1 deul wllh fait train, lor MAVVII.I.K PIVIMION. Nn. PI,, UitriatotiApiii Arr MayaellUa 10pm No. 10 ' M.javlll. 6 0i.ni " la ilnglon Uim No. II " Pari. I 20 a Hi " Mat.tlll 4aiu No. II " Mafatlllel (yipm Lrtlnsl,.n tjpm Nu 0 tuna duly ami h.a d.yraacha from In Meahlngtou. l'ullmau MJeamtatu Kana. W Va and lteeliiilrg Chilr Car Io Kief., only at .lallon. on K. C. It-- H, where lime l alien No 2 runt dally, eicepl Huud'T, hat through cox Ilea to Hun In.'lon. No. 4 tuna dallt. eirepi Kunday, hu through ruache. IdMl MerllB and parlor lar loMatitille. Niv 1 run dalli, baa eligmtday coach fruai Waahlug-toPullman Meeiwr firm Kanawha FalU and parlor riia from on Io Clnclnnall. Only three l"'i Noa I and 4 run dally, except Bun-da- y ami hat through ruache from llitnllngbiu and Ml M'irling lilrcti cunoecllou at Uilngton wllh .lag', lor KlchiuonJ.h'y , Lawrenreburg.kt., p'ly Pal- - Ki. Kill. fci.S ly. 6'iKl'a; lWy Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Lte. I have recently taken charge of this bouse auu luieuu iu uao accommodations. moi.-fci- " Clnclnnatl..... UeorgelowD.... NIChoTaavllW..... f.il 40 II 10 IJ 1'il So 4 G The Direct Routo to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- win la'la. A.M II Lexluiton ' Paotllle High Brldg llarrwlaburg Juuct'n Afflicted, Attention )K. GANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION, MAHUFACTTUKU V Junction Cliy. ! ..... ...... ........-..Arr. Lbaltau.ga ' .. Houiereel 1'ulol Uiiruild lluckwood ............ Hprlug City I3S ........li4I .... .......... .. M -- .. .. yUlltv 03 . .I2U ltt3 All Virginia and North Carolina Points. TMlitI For llckela anil lurtber 8 13 I Ul apply to 7 7 4.1 I II CXI M II M 10 w 4 llojco. W 51 .. 2 W it 3d - o IS 40 8U ...... ..... .. 830 . i 00 S 40 7 110 tour 120 6" iiea.-ra- l ticket oltlcv, or JAMIJ4 4'. Kit!. NT. Ageul, field rciulhwi-atrr3I0W Main SU.Uula, III. Ky. Information, a, I. lira. llng '023 10 t 23 4. W. hM ITU, O.u'l Manaaer. IJ UlibmonJ, II. w. 'iii.i,:k. Ilen'l I'aaa'r Ag'i. Virginia.. ind Vnaulllea.Ky (I. W UF.NDKIt. rurlutnd,nl. Ocueral olBrea, totlngtou, (leii'l C I. IIHOWN. fau ATkt. Agt. Ky, MOUTHKOUIIII Noll No 0 No 4 M No2 A W. K. OANN. M. D., MONTICELLO, KY. fjl ana Inlriuito lurutlui ul 11111, JH ill Hit cuiuUiiwl Ulriit and K'nlui tint tliu world hit rr kuuwn liaincrrr irujurcd iijrtbltiK tint cau Th worl.l It niltd with Hi. wondrrrul, UaulU Clialtaoooga... .... t.it. Hutcm.......... 11 I'.M. P.M. l 7SU 7 4U too A Spring Cltf ............. ..... lluckwood 1'olut llurualdu KouiarMtt Juuilh'U cs jut good-nature- " llarrvdaburg Juuct'u tompara with 'Dr. Uann'a llcmnllM." iltdkil 4 11 High llrlJj skill iud atleoc lit e, u jet, Ullrd to dlacoitr uu-wuNlcbolaatlll. .. . 43 ur thing Kiual 10 wviu, ur ma cure 01 in. Ihttlr 2 30 SIM tVilngtou... tbey arn rmHuuieiided. Ai Ut which . (leorgMlown.,, lilt vinuMand ui ar itralwd by tltouuuds Inrouith 7 4J mm out the leiigt hand biiuUlli ol lua laud, ami ai Arr. Clucluuall nlanuaru raiuiir uwuiciiiea, uiry vaauut 1 r- BOUTIlKltN. l. ALABAMA UKKAT ctlled, ini araiuu; luwuiiiiaim uj m iirvin V 00 eat tMlluioulala. Lt. tbatuuoua...... ....... 12 6 " Atlalla Kor Cbuiibi, Cold. Croup, llroothllU. Umiuiup-tlo- n SIS .. ............ UlruilUKU.1".... and all Ulacaieaa ol Hi. 1 hruat and Lung 1, oso ... IQW) .....-..TuHalouaa . ..... -GhuiVhC'ghkIi Syrup, Arr MerlJIan Umu 30 ... . .. . .... M.IJIan Lt. Tunalooaa .... ! 67 " l'i,r liter ftjhjllnt.lrallla. ludhttitloa Jail II- .. ... I2 2I ,.- " p.ruilugbiui tioiir bloiuach aud all Uilluui die, Couitl)lion, 60 " Atlalla lJlieaatta, I ... J2030 . Arr. Chattanooga. ... Uho Dr. fUuiiu'rt Liver Cure. VICKBUUIKI ANP MKUIPIAN. loVO j For Itlirumillim, Neuralgia, Strain., IWulan and Lte. Meridian " orat. l fur una vr .. aj'i'lliilloo jlJftO " llrandou. I 2U .. bcui, Jackaou .........I .... I 4 20 S3 Umo Dr. CiuiiVh Arr. Vlttihurg..... I 8U) Hemorrhoid!, Ilurm, Fltlula irnl all Lt. Vlckiburg Furl'llti. I 0 4I Jackaou .im. liiinir uiwawt, " Kriudoo 2 .. ..... Iill " Foreal i 141 Uhw Dr. Guiiii'h I 4 41 . Air. MerlJIau lor r'mli Cull, Duma, Ulcara, aud OIJ Horn, VICKBUUKO, BUUKVKIt)UT ANU PACIFIC. (imui'N IHUer-Nwe- ct Uho 110 Lt.. Vlckiburg ......... w .... SO Panilll. .... .... .Clly...... . .. 1018 U'l ISi 33, 341 3 67 10 . . ju . .... 60 7 40 8 21 12 23 . .. 7 703 IU 03 M LANDRFTHS'PHffiEEi SEEDS For the MERCH ANTiirNJ2Ji! SEEDS For thO MARKET GARDENER For tho Pnrwa SEEDS CrOWn hyPRIVATE FAMILY SEEDS nuranluna our 00 own tu I LO 6 Do 2 Si S4UI 2 41 S Sl 2o7 C IU. 3 11 edSl 9 S3 7O0 4 0O 7 S3 4 27 rr Ilnndaoutc Illuatralrd Catalogue nud Uurnl Krutatrr I'ltHI! TO AM. AIGUCIIANTH, Hi:.Nl US YOLK IIUHINIMH CAKIIS ldlt TltAlU'. I.IT. DAVID LAHDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA - .... Jr. .......... .... EDWARD WILDER'S Dumb Ague, Djipeptli, Utr ami Ague, Intermittent Never (.IU t) cuto It ll a aalo Antliilioot Complaint, Indlgettion, Colie and Flua, It will Cine Alter.ll. mid Toelc, a inlld and Delightful Intlgonat fur Delicate Woman, a powerful rtcupe-ra-ut appctlur, after tho frame hu been ilebilliatol and reduced by ilckuct, o 1 gltc tooo to tlio dlgtitlv) orgaue, prcveuu Milirli, bractw up the tyitiui. .trciicthcus tto portal tlio wbolo animal ewnomy from the amliuf tlUcoav. TbO allghtoat circulation auid cUara attack ot forer way bo a rclucle to U10 wont, and tbe remidy that would conquer It wbllal It furllcu-larl- y la yet in ita cummcuccun'tit, may Us ul uo Baltic w licit It la at IU full li ttiU tho cow with enon around whom tho iUfroiii InQui'iico ol Milirla Cllajn In tho form of Dumb Chilli, Brow Ago., Painful Spl.en and Walk Stomach. For tlio ' uru nf all Ihv alovo Iilaftuoa till, (irrparallou atamla unrivaled, and IU good are Bltcited by thouaaiida, and It U rvcotununded alike by tho ablct aud pcmuiiiiut ifft-rl- a medical mm and tbo ululaliy , and bo rourlnco.1 ol lu woudcrftil power and Urncft-cU- l TRY IT, all you thai are affllcU-defTw li. ..... Fr Ftr, Citiau. Liniment. I'llo Ointment ... .......( . . ir. UlIIIIUC'lll. Uho A inilM MY1TT. V. P and nn. Man Cln Boil K. P WILHON.O P and R'y.Clnrlunatl.llhloi O. Cln, Hull, 11', Clmlunall, (). 11. P. A, A II H. ll'y, Chiltauuma.Tcou.i J IIAKI'Y, O P A V. 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