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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882112801_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 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i z$m Stem Peelll Intefiof t.t VOWtiE Stini-MtX.-NUMBER nftiaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. A TT STANFORD. KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER TRV1T3 AXtt FLOWKHa. ITJOltMO. WRITIItH. Oh, fainter of tb (rulla end fluwtrt, W own Tby wlae deelgn, Whereby (he hanpin band of ovrs 28, 1882 IMMIrMlSIOIA!.. 90. t hln nlcrlorounraI Mitor'amtpfopiittdf ' Fatal Kitt. Kitting 'If.,MWrM,W. r. , j.1 WALTON. 'MittHiti tla'nagir I'uhllnhnl Ttirtttnu mat Frlttavt j-- ; jr ,"' 4 rin'i t - w $a;r.iiii3it i don't ee nd ANNUM. jag-rie- atantpi In payjnirnlof auW tia.-nWy- i GmALihlm't, tffibew'wrj; nomination! not nter Ihrc rente. y46ouf M Ottrich, Tiieroii tamo proipcct of ottrich farming developing into quite an and It will In the louth-ncit- , dftjf rrhc'L ll omeUtnpJflu ,colJ. liraplomindeU rutio of tliat region trill not have ostrich on toaat if ho want it. Oitrich farming, however, will have is drawbacks. The hen ostrich it not a good layer, as a rule, only laying to,fgg per annum, whichf-bcinaliout the eito of a makes her so proud that she takes tho halanco of tho year for convalescing. Th ostrich Jcjilff ly valuable for tho plumago which ho wears and which, when introduced in to thejrprld of coinmcrco, makes tho huSWalmoet with that 'lis frSjo dead.I'robabiy the oajrleha will not por-celaln wash-how- coinoJMto ipticpal ujw M wfarticle5if f3od, fljw pcoplu carlngfor it, astho meat is coarto aud the gizzard full of old hardware and relics of wrecked trains and old irons eft where there has been a firo. Carving tho ostrich is not so difficult as carving tho quail, because the joints nro larger and one can follow them wHWlejtsotjMe. Still, the bird takes up n great 3eii of circlet room at tho tabtaand ilia aro not uiiag them. Tho ostrich docs A party of young,fellnwi of JSVil liamshurg Pa., presumably all frwails, were standing on a corner when a j6un loss eanW (ripping by and salu ted tho Iwys with whom she was acquainted. Her trim figuro, her pretty foot, lief! sparkling.oyS, an3 raoro than all, her cherry lips, created a pcrfccUy. natural and, entirely desire on tfio'parto'f one fjf the young men to snatch a kiss. He had no Hihifdlin nod 'milky desire, liko Hotiu'o, to bo a glovo on her hand, thnt ho might tonch her check, although this waspeachy and blooming enough to mako this a valuable privilege bat ho wasted 'a good long draught of tho delicious nectar, tho storo of which seemed to be so lavish. lie left his companions, made a dash for tho maiden and made straight for her ruby If pi. It is not probabto that sho had any serious objections to osculation In general or even in particular, but she uttered a becoming scream as what young girl wouldn't indulgeln a litltoicroHiiTunilcr such circumstances which called another ol tho young men to tho struggling twain. It is possible tliatiher exclamation warone bfmock pftlst, but before it ffiul time to dlo away Into a murnnirof isher tyouIdjboTilofjwkr, whoso real inotivo it would bo safe to say was envy of tho imminent success of hia .bold companion, interfered, and tho two coming to blows, tho kiss sciz-cuiicwi-(rolla'ble at a Curt for Frtckltt. T. w, H7 ,btn UM orCf Thb.f Afrt from Ttkta w. pltnl In uln Tli roul toil w lh Mfil Tbr urt wi J tiij nln, Tli iud ud a,w"w'cMcl. llt Uiinkfatntn, . Ourtarritnlaonr tooil Tb cum of nrUi'i brnln( la Tli lkwln( ef Ha noon. Onr Ml la hhI wllb stj wtila orM et.rjwhw 1W Wn'i Unknown uraunJT ' Tli.t f ardn or Um irlmal May nater mors fiund. Why Mrch Ui t ) Dal, Unt kjr Tb, oOMtlt toil May rlflit Ilia iDtioAmtUBg, And gtta to etory ditto n i aoU Th Uauijr loat no luBf . . OarbomMtMiinowaralnSrruIlad trt Ilaj tMaa'aprcbarSabania; W taata tbalflnf Ung u'cf UlM UkaETCtvUbBnltMrbUun. - And, north abd aouUi aad eulul4 waal, Tn Jirl is of trary rob, , 1 lia f alraat, rartat and Uia beat May all W mads omr own, ItatarllNlahriDrUiyoun( world aongbt n and In bowart In Tba BUnl oflcrtogi tblllicr Lrcugbt Wara tbf own f ralU ud Oowara, ,nd aUU with rcrtmrt banda w call , Tby (Uti ach year raoawad ; TuagoodlaalwayalicautKuVTba beanllful la good. Tht Trantit of tentit. r was knocked down and received in juries from which ho died. This was surely n caec. where tragedy followed fust'oaTthfQie'cls of comedy. bt -- not Ml: she docsn'Ukavo time. , Sho docs'liS !juU d(Mfftvcr sowcthifig andhjji0pa hajSK. it out, Ukca all SumtnerT out sho just luys n couple of porcelain cuspidorcs in tho hot saod when sho feels liko it. aud then goes away'VlW e!de to' quiet Uill Nyo. her shattered nerves Ifjt out- Mkn li( L'oiwifra.--rTbonialiiioji. grnslUBylloMng iU yigldity. lo V&OTlJJaW,ruJi1w very dote at the waist, and it is actually alleged that men are cultivating the reraarkn bio trtmnoss of waist considered dcslr able by tho uso of corsets, and that wherever the line of the waist is dis tinctly marked, there is a suppression of stiffness, and not infrequently a taint creaking sound, hitherto peculiar to the female outfit. It Is interesting to guan what the doctors will find for asubjoet wh'cn'all the 'mea have got into corsets and the doctors themselves have followed suit, as they will do rather than bo out of fashion. Then will be presented the spcctaclo of Kv culapius in a "spoon bust" and "tooth nick" shoes delivering a lecture upon lashiouable follies and. the disadaiij, ThijPj7ToIIi2IIhick8. There is a quiet laugh at tho expenso of big doctorjjn Iudianapolis. y Hendricks was recently reported illlf erysipelas, with gangrenous' synttoms, certain, the great doctors of Indiauapolis and Louisville said, to carry him to a speedy death. Tho Senator prepared for his fate calmly, and resignedly waited for the grim messenger Hut ho did not proceed to tWe.Thedayto which the scientifio?iloctor8 limited .his life, a blunt oldTlemccratlc friend, vrlw was a country practitioner, came to pay his distinguished friend n farewell vis-IHo looked nt tho cry sipclas of the dying Statesman, and suddenly said, with an expressive grunt, "Nothing butabile.liya dl" The next day tho Statesman was at the polls voting the democratic ticket. Tho distinguished scientific physicians are very quiet on the sulyect. We have (ho ' docu ments fur this story. Dayton Ks-Sena- tor crit-icallt: .This event, which is to take place fn December, is attracting unusual attention io our neighboring planet, which is now so conspicuous an object in tho evening sky. Venus is nearly as largo as tho earth, and, like our planet travels around tho sun continually, but makes lis annual revolution in seven aud a "half of our months. Each of its four scssons, therefore, lasts eight weeks. Venus is so near the sun that if it is inhabited it must be by beings that can stand a continuous heat double that ot this earth. Venus is surrounded byan atmosphere filled with moisture, aud mustbomuch more cloudv than is tho sky of this earth. It undoubtedly has continents, islands, oceans and rivers. It must have some forms of life, for where there is heat and moisturo there must be vegetable growth, and, in all prob ability, some of the lower forma of insect life. The coming transit is an interesting event, and astronomers everywhere aro getting ready to witness it from every point of view possible Deraorcst's Monthly. on this earth- - One fine ovening recently Mr. B., a government employee in tho town of Brunn, was taking n walk in tho castle grounds when, on reaching a less frequented portion of tho park, ho saw a young lady coming in tba opposito direction. As they were about to psis each other, the lady suddenly turned towards Mr. B., throw her arms around his neck and kissed him; then, as it ashamed of what she had dono, sho covered her faco with Jicr hands and ran off as fast as sho could. The gentleman, unablo to account for this agreeable surprise, followed tho young lady, and taking her by the arm, asked for an explanation of the Btrango procedure. "I beg a thousand pardons," was tho reply of tho blushing damsel, ''you must bo greatly shocked at my behavior. I had been to consult a 'wise woman' as to tho best means of charming away the freckles on my faco, and she advised inn to kiss tho first gentleman I met, when they would be sure to disappear." Tho couple continued their walk together, and though wo are not fold whether tho singular remedy proved efficacious or not, it may interest tho reader to learn that not many days afterward the two were joined together for bettor or for worse. A republican paper of Kentucky calls Billy Bradley "the Demosthenes of Kentucky." 'Which ! i)jn'l T" Rflid n looker-oat a painting representing Daniel in the lion's den. "The gentleman with the blue cotton umbrella under his arm," said the picture owner. "What in the devil was I thinking about?" said tho looker on; "if I'd thought a minit. I mout a knowed the lions by Glasgow tho wool on their necks." n ATTtlltNHYN A.T STANFORD, KY. Ofllr 11. O. vnanon. WiLi.c t. vhkok, T. W. A W.B VAimON, a Owilry A Son'a new balMInf M ROBERTS Opera House Block, UT3A.T..T3IIH DrttgH, STAGG Stanford, Ky., IN MuMeal iHMlrmHcntK, np italra. LANCAHTf.ll, KY. Maatcr OommUalorier and County Allorny. Will practice la all lh Oour t of (arrant anil adjoining counllreaml In IheCouit of Apfala. KAUFl'MAN, , A.XX011N.KV, A.t r.A.-V- ALEX. ANDERSON, ATTOIINEY AT X.A.W, DANVILLE, KY., Willi practice In IhaOoorteof Boylaeod dJolnln count! and In lb Court of Appaali. ChciiilcalH, PalntM, OIIh, jLttllipH, Wall I'spcr. IlnokH, Maiioticry, Noaiin. WIuch, I.lniinrH, , G'iKHt-H- rcrfiuncry, Tolmccon. Fire AriHf, racket LIBBKTY, KY. Will practice In all thaCoartiof Cairy and rountlre. and In tha Court of Anneala. Hpeclal attention flrcrt to collettlona. Office orer K. T. Fiercer! afore. ATTOIINKV Al L.A.'W, iNOKXiutnaxroansiTcouRTT, MAHTEHBON PEiTTON. Our Jewelry, Silverware and I pttcal Hoods Department Is la Charge of Col. Tlios. Itlcharda, who will Itcpalr Watches and Clocks l'romptly and fn the best style. Cutltorv. Machine Nccdlca. Oil. J. O. CAIIPENTEH, KENTUCKY 8TANFOHD. Office orcr ftobi. S. I.ylle'a atore. Office boura from Slo IK and 7 tat r.w. ....... DISNTIHT. H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, Stock of J. J. WILSON. STAMKOnD, Office and llealdeucc, Kentucky, that be baarrcelrrd KY. Wlahca to Inform hli Tatroni of Stanford and vicinity Upptr Main St, eDIlGBoN DENTIST, BTANFOnO, KY. Office LBB T. HUFFMAN. A Splendid Fall and Winter firit-olas- s Goods, South aide Mala Btreet. two doora abote the Myera Hotel. rureMtroui Oxide Oaa admlnliterod when style. Satisfaction guar'Which he guarantees to mako np in anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Bepairing neatly and promptly done. n. C, MOIIOAN, D. D. HfmU of each month, from Aral Monday. Dental rooma In St. Aaaph Hotel, or er McA'liter A llrlght'a. (Bee el en.) A t Lancaater three wreka of each month from third Monday. Dental rontua In Maaonllouae. rieealgn., Pure nltrou, ozld gaae adnilnlitered 4li2 tf when neceaaary. Will DENTIST, Le In man ford one week B. PENNY & McALISTEK, TheLAEGEST STOCK of WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY AM) NIlYVEKWAltE Ewer brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Olocks and Jewelry Repaired on, short notice, and Warranted. A Lincoln Co. BItuaU-- Farmr200 Acres on the Dinrllle A Uncaatcr plkr, at Col. brat. whlili It Bruce'a bridge. AWxitMarreeln ended with cWter and timothy, making tmoat the entire hrm Iu Kraaa, well at re 1 wiin aaTerai rpiluga; alio one ofthelargcat neteral uerer-lallicaim me rounir. raaaioK n a de.lrable.twk J orm lluon II aeoou. comioru- ble dwelling house, Ice houae, .moke linu.e and rnaA ralitn rerantlv LulIU a TOunff orchard nriSOrhntra annla trepa. irood kitchen, carden. dC Trrm.ofa.ilc made known on application Half of purch.ee money may remain on mortiae. roii HAIEI lrn. JOHN IIUII.ItKlt. Times. Mnraater, Ky, OXOOJERS, St. Asaph BlocR, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. ItciubraccH Staple aud Fancy Oroccrlcw.Patcnt and Family Flour, Meal, Itacon and Lard, Tobacco and Cigar, IVood-eWillow and Tinware, Olasn and (IticcuBwnrc.HCHiiHed Goods ol nil kinds n wpcclaliy. Itcinciubcr tlie place, "Tbo n, Tho proposition to abolish tho internal revenue system, backed by the is likely to bo formidable. Kelley, the crank, is bard at it. There is not an enlightened nation in the world except our own, that does not derive its revenue chiefly from liquor and tobacco; and our protective system is the most oppressive and corrupt on the face of the earth. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., SlauFord, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PKO'B, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Corner hlorc." BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Uco'oMeuch hecIsY , -V 5 - Sometimes what appears to bo a very wicked wish may turn out to bo very propor and kind. Of a certain raaufwjuijbad' jut died, a awoct tem pered Christian neighbor said solemnly: '.T6hn Stark It) dead, .and I do hope with all my heart that ho has goiie'to" well', one of Mr. Vandcr-bill'- s dasho will express the locality. The minister "was shocked. "And wlwU could he have done to you ?'' ho asked, "thaj you indulge In a hope of "Oh," was the reply, that kind was based on my love for "my-hopmy fellomen. jjolin was a queer body, Jw nevet leiongeil to an n a Who5 man- aged to smash tho. wjiple' thing la a little whilo. and I tliouL'ht that Per- hapaifrlo gquoto thi pjaco above mentioned thero wouldn't bo much pf hs it left by the time you and "1 got beg pardon, parsou 1" The "Uloodv Suiitr" Uukikd. Tho late election among other things itbas3jono:,lii&ayfo'ro'ver stillod the bloody shirt cry. Nothing can avail that "iuue'l now.- - It is as dead as the men who persisted iu using it long after it lwdceaned'to" intciest tho country. This placing of power In the, hands iof tho democratio party is good and sufficient evidence that tho peop,l kttovx .which is the safer party to trust. Tho shallow heads who for twenty years have been keeping up tb44rydt tho democratio party being the party of' aeceaaiou have received a blow in the faco with open' hand; Tho people become tired of Inconsistency Cincinnati as thoy do of dishonesty. Enquirer. Copal varnish applied to tho soles of shoes and 'repealed res it tlrieCuntil the pores are died and the surface shines like polished mahogony, will make the soles waterproof, and last as long as the uppers. -- DKALKt 1H- Tho long pelisso is the success of the season as a wrap for young ladies, and DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. also for those who are older who do Phyalclana' PreKrlptlona accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a apeclally. not require very warmly liued cloaks. Cloth is the fashionable fabric for the TESTIMONIALS OF LINCOLN CO. FAEMERS! nelisso. with Astrakhan or Persian lamb's skin for the trimming; green is the favorite color for tho cloth, and L31-:0IO3brown is also much used, but U more Rbv. V. E. Kkiakii. At the eflective when trimmed with natural & 1883. I bare recently opened In Itlcbmond a large and meeting of "Morgan's Comniand,'T &t lwaver fur of light brown shades than complete I'lanlog Mill, and am prepared to lurnlili ecry kind of Lexfngtoo, there.was a. great ilifUcul-t- with the black curled fuis. Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. in finding "Bill" Keller, the forAt a hotel in Oswego a couple BUILDERS' MATERIAL! H.l.VSTilATF.1). mer bugler of the 2d Ky. He was from the country, of Milesian extracSTANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. vollUrper'a MaKaiUe lgloa Ita ality-alit- h IBCLUDIMO finally, found and put up to give the tion, .took scats at the. dinner tabic. ant with Ihe December number. It la not only Geo. D. Wearkn Dear Sir: The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, periodical In Amerithe tuoat popular llluatrated Flooring, fomous'call "to mount," upon which a Directly after a young conplo' eeated ca and England, but alw Ihe (argeat In Ita achetne, lVciithcrboiirding, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for tho moat eautirul In Ita appearance, and the beat NiihIi, UIIudH, I.atlin, it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverwere themselves opposite, ppd tho young niagaeln for the boiue. A near nofel, entitled great many amusing remarks Door, the Major," by Conatanee KenlmoreWoolaen, "You can't cut her, Bill," man took a stalk of celery from the "Forauthor or"Ann," waabeitun In the Norm- - SltliiKlCM. MouldiiiKiS NtHtr-wny- izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange made: tb ber number. In literary and artlatle excellence. for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a said one. mo, if that dish and cj mine need eating ft The tba alagaalne Improeea with each auiceaaU num "Why, d Ac nare ten Craig Lynn. ine iig Cultivator. isn't Bill, tho old bugler; I must- - hug old opposito looked at him a moment ber, npcciat enorta ita readera made lor bumoroua through . rt nph aa ill ahore i. t uitIn Loulaillle, Cincinnati, or arttclea can lie otberwhole- Rev. J. R Deer' with an air of disgust, and then uudg atortea, aketchea, de. said another. him," bought lAnnu. r ,. nr I ran lillkl It to VOUI ad- Mr. Geo. D. Wearkn Dear Sir: I have one of the Albion Spring inc, another preacher who graduated iug her liusbaud, said in a stage whis- HAltlM:it'.S PEIHODICALS, rentage to' patronize home Initltutloni. I am Tooth Sulkcy Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. lam alio a practical raa tm. from that historic and gallant body, per: '"D'ye rauind' Iho bjackguartl well pleased with It and would not exchange it for any similar tool. .... 1 00 -- ... Hart cr'a Magailne 4 00 ' .. ....-said, "I did not think Keller overtook atlug the bokay??" ' llarir'a Weekly Wm. Gooch. 4 00 Harier'a Baiar a horn." These remarks and many ne tiihkk auure puuiicaiiuua ..M.MM..M....HHIU "" am prepared tofuroUli dealgnaand ettlmatea The question of religiously anoint Any tho aboT named...MMMP.. v 7 00 And work. acrull bulldlngaand all others seemed especially amusing, ad . 1 SO forThat I am doing noklnda ofbutlneae,can b JudgHarper' Yoonn PcoUe.- -. ...,- -. Geo. D. Weakbn, Esq. Dear Sir: I used one of the Albion Comemail ing the sick; as indicated in the epis- Harper's Magailtw, ,. ed from the fact tiat my bank accuunlTuna from bined Spring Tooth I farrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my dressed to one of tho moat distinguish" llarper'a You pe People, J" tle of St. Jame, Avas referred to in a llarper'a Kranklln Sauare Library, one year, tl.SW to IJ 000 per week. promptly aud at wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perContracting ed Presbyterian ministers In Ktsteru (IK number) ..,i. i......-1- 0 01 Urlng pricea. and building done Addreaa Presbyterian Church at San llafael, Poatage free to all eubecrllwee In the UnlleJ fectly. C T. Sanoidge. ML Sterling Democrat. Kentucky. Cal., by a momber .who believed in.it. Slatea er, Canada. t . I,.,. Th'e Tolutue or lb Uagailne begin wllb the According to tho Jacksonville(Fla.) The elders called upon tho Presbytery Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth number lor June and lieceuiber ot each year. 'Vines, agcutleman of that city has a fur a decision, and. the Presbytery When so tltue la apccllted, It will be underatood Sulkcy Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in that the aubKrlber wlahca to begin wllb the curthe Synod, which rent niiml.r. peculiar brand of cigars, known as tho Itavo called, seeding wheat in foul stalk land, wc are free to say that the . Implein The tail eight Tolume ot llarper'a We regard it superior to will probably ask 'the General Assem"cahbageros," which he uses for neat cloth binding, will be aent by mall, pottpild DK. OANN'S REMEDIES ! ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. r, on rrctlpt of 41 per volume. Cloth caiea, for any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. ejch-- br When ho meets bly to proriounco upon the subject. purposes. wall, pnatpald 60 null FOR THE MILLION. Index to llarper'a Magailne, Alphabetical, AnaR. W. Givens & Son. a mau, a day or two ucioro tue elec to CO, Inclu. ClatalSed, lor V A Toronto lady; in a hurry to go to lytical andJune, ISM), to June,lumra I on rol., Sto, MANUFACTUIIED BY W. K. OANN, M. D., 1SK0, aire from tion, and asks him Jbr his vote, and St. church, took from her dark closet Mr. Geo. .D. Wiearen Dear Sir: I am pleased with my Albion Itemltlanre ahould b made by MONTICELI.O. KY. sees In the mau's eyo that ho can not order or dralt. to trold chance ol luaa. Addreu what sho thought to bo her dolman. Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better York. IIAKI'KK A IIKOTIIKKN, hew bo depended upon, tho caudidato profTbeworl.ri filled with lb wonderful, beautiSho hung the' garment over her arm, and answers many more purposes than a Drill. John Buchanan's ful and Intricate lurcntloue ol auan, yet all th fers him ono of theso cigars nud a 1883. combined talent aud genlua th it the world h and did not discover untj( she had that can known baa nerer produced anytkln lighted match, and tells him to think thrown it Medical Geo. D. Wearkn Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on ! compare watb 'Dr. Uanu'a Iteiunllea." dlicoter ovec tho back, of a pew in aklllland aclenc lure. M jet, tailed to vz foulest stalk land. over tho matter. The voter is fixed; church that sho had brought, by nils It gives better "satisany thing ual tit them, Kir th cur of tb die- - clean, plowed land and on are recommeudea. which iih furan.l liaatbey ttralaed br thoUttttdS Aa lueir faction than any implement ever used in foul land. he doesn't appear uu.tbo street again thrOUgh' are alrtnaat husband'? troupers. tako.o pair of her llarper'a Weekly elaoda at lb bead" of American out the length and breadth ot the Uud, and aa K. Denny. first-clas- Cincinnati Commercial. Special Accommodation to Commercial iTaveiera. A gentleman in India, pulling on his boots, felt a horrid prickly object Baggage Transferred Free of Charge like a centipede, in one of them. With charge of this house creat presence of mind, instead of I have recently taken"have s and intend to viwithdrawing his foot, he forced it accommodations. olently down and stamped furiously, though enduring exquisite agony in RICHMOND the process. But it was not a centi pede; only a small blacking brush left there by a careless servant. PENNY & McALISTER PLANING MILLS! THE. Nr HARROW, CULTIVATOR SEEDER. y Harper's Magazine! H, 1 . ARCHITECT, ' m un Afflicted, Attention bind-snt- er Harper's illuatiated weekly Weekly week. Saw Cox illuatratoa' tho' condition of tho, republican party. "You know tho story of the old lady, who, feeling thirsty one night, got up iu the dark and drank from a bowl.iu which lay! a ball of yarn. By und by sho began to pick her teeth, got hold of' the 'end ot tho yaru, uud begun to pull. As yard after yard came up, she exclaimed: 'Before the Lord, I think I am - ravelling Tight out!' I think' the republican party is'ravolliug right out." The egg trnflio in this country amounts to 75,000,000 per auuum, Something worth cackling about and crowing over, only the mischief of it is tht whoa a hen laya ono littlo egg she makes nolso enough about It to war rant a concurrence iu her evident belief that she hat deposited the entire $75,000,000 worth all at once. Over 1.000 sugar houses through 27 parishes in Louisiana aro uqw in operation. The welfare of at least 150.-0- 06 labor ore depends upon the result of the present work, and $40,000,000 of capital aro awaiting the returns on the investment. The Now York Tribune calls the democratio party "a public nuisance " It does 4eetu to bo rather a nuisance to (hose republican bosses who want to run mo country. "Charles dear," sho murmured, aa sho strolled uong the other evening, aud gazed up at the bejoweled firma- anient, "which is Venus.and which it Juuruala. II y lis uupartlean (Standard Family Medlclnea, they cannot ue exiwaltlon In pulltlca. ita admirable llluatratlona, Ita celled, an I arelully auUlautltteJ by Ui carefully cboaen aerial, abort atoriea, aketchea and pecma. contributed by th foremoatartiala Cunaump-lio- n Colda, Croup, authoraofthaday.il carrlea Imtiucllou eoden- - For Cougba, all Ulawueaa ol liroochllla. and Luoga, the Throat and iuriiiinti.nl if. iiiAUBaniia nr American noiunau to Jtwlllitareyabetli aim ol th publlbr Giuin'M CoiiRlk make llarper'a Weekly tho moat popular and at- m in woiw. IracUY lautiy Kor Lifer Coiiiplalot,nypei4U, Indl(Mtlon.Jaun- - A. ud IIAKPUU'M Geo. D. Wearkn Dear Sir. The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more than Tl. Cure. you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy M 00 Vu Dr. Ohiiii'h Liver Ilaru i'a Weekly 4 00 llarr a Waiailu.. no other machine would 4 00 For Itbeuuialiam, N euralgla, Kl ralnt, Mrklara and eorn land, and it does its work well where iiarar a nasar application for minor .X..Z.1I 00 Th thxkk abor publicatloni, work at all. My son Jimmie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine .. beajl. Any lwoobora tianidl... .. llarper'a Young PMpI ..... .. SEi m Urns Dr. Oiiiin'rt Lluluicut. all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found I Harper uagaato. " "l-- 0 "t I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I no difficulty, llarper'a Young Pepl. For rilea, llciuanholJ", liuroa, KItuU and all a iranxiiarquar uurary, sue year, liarir numbera) alullar dla.a, know asfair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months .10 00 w. ii Puatae Ire to til tubacribcra In lb United Uho Dr. Qhiih'm l'.lc Otaliucut. in the year. John V. Bailey. vt Cauada. nunr MI Use Ir. Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have used one of the above mentioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. J. A. DeI'auw. Hyrup. TJBRIODICAIA -- Lll.i'jvia, - Hwrlllnga-aneatern- al ......-..- . Sutra . lleuh. monclear a rjiurderer before tiny kiu4 of a Keuiltlaurea ahuld U tuad by poaMfflcAddreaa ey order or dralt, la eruldehauc of loa. Jury. IIAMl'KUck WKWrHKtHa.Wew Yuk. Tb relume of lb Weekly number lur January of each year. When ni tliu ar mentioned, It will be underatood that th wlabea to couiuiauc with tb number next after lb receipt of order. Tbelut four anuual rvluwaaol Harpn'a Week-I- f. lnnott clulb bludlog. will U aent by auall. Adonis? tportage paid, or by eipceee, fre ol eipeuae (pro-ild- ed t lb eipiiM duel nut eiceed u duller per lur pel roiuiue. It has been openly boasted of in volume) eaaaaIILit .Aeh volume, aultabla fur bind fMitih New yorlc)hat$2,000,: iu cash' will ing, will b aent by mall, potlpald, od retelpl of begin with lb Ural Uho OlUlaUCUl. VHODr.GHMH'HNteiUHCll J Geo, D. Weaken Dear Sir: Each one of us having purchased of you one of your Albion Spring looth Sulkey Harrows and Broadcast llltlcrH Seeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have given us entire satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. I'refcr them to ppct'er and lllwod 1'urlHer, A Kellebl Tunic. Sows the wheat pvenly and leaves end elao curea Uyiepala, Indlgeatton, Liter any wheat' Drill we have seen. Complaint, Ualarlal Fafrr and all periodical none exposed on tho surface; also regard the tool superior to any by IMuaaea. Manufactured aud for aal as a pulverizer and bclicye they will p'rove valuable as Cultiic. Moullcellu, Ky TAU x other C. Vanoy, vators. order Hoi proprietor, Shanks Sfoonamokk. iompt atleulluo by mall will Fur Frwh CuU, Uuraa, Ulcer aad Old Born, Dr. Ghhu'h IIUter-Hwe- et w. $. r W-- tl cents from 81. Paul to as. tnlgKt be presented on and after Jan. 1st & CO. I eo. I)id it require any supethe rate to which 1879, competition haa breeght railroad fare to rior financial management to do thatT Was WIN FHONT8." It necessary to exercise, math Ingenuity or the Northwest. Gov. Blackhtirn Iim parrlottetl F. M. to perform mnch difficult labor of any Hiinl. who waa convicted In the Fajelle kind tu Induce the nsurera to buy the Tuesday Morning, November 28, 1882 Circuit Court last week and rent up for two bonds of the nation, especially upon the exceedingly accommodating terms which years for forgery. EDITOR W. P. WALTON, Duck CarwooJ, who ercaped from all he gave them? Was It an achievement In at Ml. Sterling, returned and gays himself finance to be bragged on to borrow money, OV NTUIUiOHN FAOT1S ! up, aaing he preferred Imprisonment to aa he did, at 4 per eent. Interest when it Qrau Clipper sayi that The Blue TUB i'lltti or was not worth 4 pet cent.T Every dollar g g starvation in the both. J pa M,g1 we uoed a cut of Bishop Knvanaugli grand Jury haa Ignored the bill borrowed by him for resumption purposea The and itbelcil it Col Jones to leave the againat John A. Cocktrlll, editor of the St was borrowed at 4 per cent and the bonds wm too Impreftsion that that gentleman who recently shot and Issued for it were worth a premium the day Louis old to proper! fill the office to which tuted for argument in a court of jus killed Col. A. W.BIayback. they were issued, Indicating that the lendera he is aspiring, and adds that tho game tico it is imperative that its power It la understood that 8enator Beck in had made at least one half of one percent, 9 H Will Uillasol red Jannary I, ISts, ens mriaber, at least, of the firm having determined TO (10 WK1T. v , In vlewoftklschsof,e, we propose to ckiee out our stock In rt- wont work. There are those, Bro. should be invoked to maintain its au- trnda oflering a revolution aa noon aa the on some $90,000,000 by the transaction. M rr CJ O Senate convene, providing that the uaual And, by the way, there are circumstances who are mean enough to Newton, thority and punish the offender. No hanging around that deal that are by do charge that we used the same picture pecuniary compensation affords ade holiday recess be abandoned this year. And losrromptlsh this, wllldlsrwsof It B. A. Crapater, for ten or twelve years means calculated to elevate the Becretary'a W. Vl fm CD ct- to represent all three of tho gubernato H quate relief under circumstances liko postmaster at ShelbyTille, was found lying character for integrity. The deal waa rial candidates, which, if tho state K CD & these. Simply to impose a fino in dead in a atable on his premises, a bullet made with a syndicate of capitalists, of hla P 2 CD We bsve from 111,000 to 1 10,000 In y PT vT r-- t--i & ment be true, ezhonorates u from the such case is to offer a premium upon through hla head and a plitot by hla aide. own chosing. one of the membeia of which rn J A snow atorta extending from the was a New Yojk btnk In which he la said charge which you ungenerously make lawlessness to say to any would-bImagaint ih. The Georgetown Timet offender, lor a sum not exceeding $250 lake to the Atlantic awept the country, toahare been a prominent stockholder. made p P- - CD TosactlSreln this way lletuerahrr It Is not the otasl.vkof l that wear trying to die. Sunday and the gay New Yorkers are now mense and exhorbitant profits were ptaeor.butthewhs'eofbrrarlllKI.AIUiEHTANIlllAND.tDMKHTnTOCC la Danillle, rKS.y hits the mil on tho head, and you may repeatedly commit a breach enjoying their fint jiurebsted In lbs ICsstern Msrkets. All our lines are complete and slmoal sll unbroken. In Iiras of the by the syndicate of which the aforesaid (loods we hare a Urra stock of 1'lsln sod llrucads Valveia, Matins and Hilke, Hhimlar Cloths, Onhmerr, the Lexington Tranicript does, of tho peace in the presence of tho season. bank got the lion's share. These profile Ac, In the newest aad most desirable shades. (Vmplel lines of llualery, ldm' and lleola' Voder-weand fancy Uoods generally. Th, largest an i ninet complete slock of too, using identically the samo words, Couitand interrupt its proceedings. Herman Peter of Lancaster, Pa, who consisted largely of commissions and dou& CD L when it says that the picture was Dr. Such a result should bo prevented by killed a man for defaming hla daughter, ble interest allowed by the Secretary, in ad- v & !T O X.Htllcfs'Htitl C'klMreH'HftliocH Ht I'luiiron iliHt Will AnleHlitk All has been sentenced to the Penitentiary for dition totheexceasiTe rate of interest which O'LiP' Marchiai's and that to use it for that isva so urviiii, soitiirs isiri lai g(ir4U II law VI V!!1 nivi'siie aw-rigidly enforcing tho law. The judg- life. He would hare been cleared and giv- the bonds aold to them were made to bear. o J? 0Q tnanuracturera' prlcea. The VhltY CIKIICMT styles anl (tte qualities ot Cstlcore, Uollsna, Saeellogs, the mot unkindett "cut" purpose was tilnghsms. As., slpilrea bltbertopslt (ur themesneU. You wllleRecl sn Immense saving on every ment of the Court is that Abraham en a chromo in this State. Millions of dollars were thus gained by thia thing jou buy We will make NO NKW AtCDllNTi.only our old frlen.l.'-lrleand trae," whHu of all. The Richmond Remitter says we know to Us gilt edge snd prompt, will wo credit until January 1st. Ourg-mthave been HOU01IT Marks, for the offense he has commit A censua bulletin just lamed saya that syndicate with whom it is strongly suspectbe wouhd ud In tke neat SI dara. all Flllt CASH and Mils i nitinis VAii, Aaouruusiu the portrait was too thin and yet too ted, be punished by imprisonment for in the U. S. there are 4,028,451 peraona who ed John Sherman waa himself a full partner who owouasre'earnretly requested lacall and settle. Don't throw away this opportunity of laying la your supplies at, prices r All UK LOW any onrel heretofore. fat for Judge Owsley, but then some thirty days in tho common jail of tho can not read, and 6,230,058 who can not getting his full share of the -- ttmg." This cj- But be men would grumble at their own H m tjsv e Mr. write. The illiteracy ia confined principal- perhaps can never positively proved. city and county of New York. CD there are some ftctsnf much significance ly to the negroes of the South. funerals if they could. Other papers, Marks rss thereupon taken to the M OT At a pointing in this direction which cannot be The Washington Star raja: jealous ot tho enterprise and liberality lock-up- , N Wtttt t- -J and tho beauty of it is ho is meeting of the Kentucky Republican last dented. Among these may be mentioned 0 Co oq displayed in the production of such still there and will be till the sentence r-- ! 2.tn evening a committee of five was appointed that when Mr. HLermiui M O OQ M costly pictures, have had their say, is complete. In that way, and that to conaider the propriety of extending a of theTieasuryhewas comparatively a poor 5T 1" 52 & O but it was reserved for the old coup alone, can Courts command the re- public reception to Hon. John D. White man, and at the end of hla term of four " years, on a salary if $8,000 per year, he ler buffer of the Jeffertoman Democrat upon hla arrival in thia city. spect that should attach to them. Q A young blood of the legal profession turned up a millionaire I Another pointer to eay that it was funny but not origNEWsPArEit Notes. H. M. Doak, at Franklin, J. J. Milllkln, has been ad recently deTeloted - that a report of a c Who'd a inal. Well! welll well! M!m Laura VYMU'a committee appointed to investigate hia adthought it 1 Suppose, Father Mun-nel- late editor of tho Nashville Manner judged the father of is to be illegitimate child, to whom he will bare ministration of the Treasury department &CD ftCPJ that you copy after the Sunday and a writer of much force, It la for 20 tears to aid in haa been almost totally supprttsed. CD 3 f of Gov. Underwood's to pay $70 per year Argut or some other live and sprightalleged on high authority that he and hla ita support. Pretty dear fun be think, no -tCO paper, the Cincinnati iVeics, and our doubt. t--i OT tools, so soon as that report waa printed ly paper for awbilo and not inflict so K. Mra CapL John Smith, daughter of went to work to gather up every copy of It o much intensely original matter on a own brilliant Emmett Logan, managpatient but long suffering public, and ing editor. We understand the delay the Morgan alleged to have been killed by by borrowing, stealing and otherwise, and O MfiD M Masons In 1826, died at Mehama, Ma- that now tcarcely a copy can be found, in our word for it, you wont have to give in the appearance of the paper is owing the P .. rion county, Oregon, laat week. Although Washington. And it is further alleged a 0 a whole library of dime or some other to the fact that it is unable to get the frequently quettioned regarding the trage that the content of that report are exceed- 2 fO H" r--U -- p XJ -.sl r- -r w m j ii people to sub- Associated Press telegrams from either dy, she to the last declined to throw any ingly damaging to Mr. b'herman'a reputa kind of novels to induce -Lav CD a o m OT S3 company, as the present papers claim light on the subject. for your paper. as a man of honesty and integrity. tion scribe W i the exclusive rights. J. B. Stanford, Not. 27, 1 881 Falsetto, the noted race mare, has been After publishing a list to show that The Sunday New, Louisville, has bought from P. Lorillard for $7,500, the c w i. g P CD tho Governor hat issued proclama- been greatly improved by Mr. George purchaser being A. J. Alexander of Wood Buckltn's Arnica Salre. stir In Iks world for Cuts, Bruises, tions, offering thirteen rewards for Baber, a newspaper man of marked burn Stock Farm, Ky. Lorillard gave Tbe but CD Sores, Ulcers, Bslt Rheum, Fever Sores, Teller, CD'U m $18,000 for Falsetto after ahe had won the Chapped HidJ, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin criminals, mostly murderers, during ability. MjOT 5? rn Kenner Stakes at Saratoga and sent her to Eruptions, snd positively cures piles. Unguarathe 'last 'sixty days, the Lexington Tue Louisville Post now issues a England, but without ever starting there, nteed to gin entire eatlstacllon or money refundTrantcript says: Probably no other . y at 81.25 per year; cheap ahe wu brought back to the United States. ed. Price W cents per boi. For ssls by Penny A B "L, w O ri : State in the Union has occasion to of- enough surely for the man who is try- McAlUter SW a Maj. Newman, of the Pine BtuUXArk.) PTW CD LU in a Given Awaj. fer so many as thirteen rewards .n. J trig to get the most for the least money. Commercial, baa sued Hon. Clifton We cannot help noticing the liberal offer rusde JhmI received n vry lurgo itleek of term of years. This fact shows that from the State tosll Invalids and sufferers by Dr. Kiss's New SB-SLoinridge, CongreMmaa-elec- t Tom Mabcum has enlarged his - rn Kentucky has more lawlessnes than at large, for complimentary notices of hla Discovery fur Consuintillon. You ire requested S Democrat till it is as big as renny A McAHster'e Drag Store, snd Om to other States, or else her officials are all out doors. It is bright and newsy candidacy published prior to hia nomina get call at Bottle frte of cot, If you are suffering MO sV T atrial tion. Breckinridge declined to pay lor Coughs, Colds, Ailhnis, not efficient in the capture of the per- too and does credit to the handsome villi Consumption, Severe O Os CD -k more than an announcement of hla candi Bronchitis. May fever, Loss of Voice, Hoarteneis. -- O CD H petrators of crime. A reform is needof the Land Office. dacy, on the ground that to do so would be orsny affection of tbo Throat or Lungs. It will ta V CD vH ra . . KJ M ed iu both respects. We waqt law positively cur jou. dishonorable and degrading to public morO rU Tue Bourbon Newt calls loudly for als. We agree with Mr. B , unless the abiding people to so rebuke crime that E3" SO ass Mrs. Eate Dudderar, we will, have lew of it. It should not an investigation of alleged charges of notices went in aa advertisements and were VI rt-vJO J Lancaster afreet, MILLINERY "" P be popularized, and officials should be corruption against Major Lovely and so designated. Stanford, Kentucky, o OT MThe official returns of the late Con OS more assiduous in tho discharge of Squire Stone in admitting Hooker Stii-- " cd beautiful Millinery o Is dally receiving new vers to bail for a horrible and cowardly gressional election are at last all in, and Uoods of every drvrlpllon andevery thing of tho lit. " tn their duties. The sentimentality that p4 they show that Turner, dem., waa elected eststjles. sod no lady who Intends bujlng anything In her lloa mould fall local! on her. Prices suflera" crime to go unpunished causes murder, closing the article as follows: in the First District by 1,078 plurality: salowsi theloveeU Hbs Is thankful lor pait v ra and hopes tor their continuance. Mrs. Motile the loss of many valuable lives and the Fellow citizens men who value your Clay, dem., in the Second by 3,840 plural g departMyers baa cbaigoot the destruction of large amounts of prop- lives more than a paltry sum and who ity; Halsell, dem., In the Third by 100 ma ment, which is a sufficient guarantee that her cusoV would scorn an overture to overthrow jority; Robertson, dem , in the Fourth by tomers will Sod no cause lor complaint. erty. , It is time for it to be banished. , CD M Letall good men join to stamp it out. justice and sanction a base act to re 3,024 majority; Willis, dem-- in the Fifth ward villainy and assasination, will by 2,782 plurality; Carlisle, dem., In the We are glad to see that one Com- you be content to sit idly by and see Sixth by 4,890 majority; Blackburn in the OT monwealth's attornev has the back- justice trampled under foot longer, or Seventh, by 5,140 majority; Thompson, TaiiacaY UsriEinaiiT. ) Owe or CourraoLian or iu Cc nsixcr, dem., in the Eighth by 867 majority; Cul- t bone to tackle the machine that grinds will ) J3 n s CD WaemsoTOX, October , ISM. " you rise like freemen and demand bertson, rep , in the Ninth by 1,269 majorm lLa wr TN Wuiaxas, By satisfactory evidence presented to 3 out pardons at Frankfort. Chas. H. a full investigation of the serious char P the undersigned. It baa been mad to in the Tenth by 1,350 . Bronston is the gentleman worthy of ges insinuated against the rulings of ity; White, rep., appear that tbe majority, and Wolford in the Eleventh by rt WW honorable mention in the matter, he this last court. "First National Bank of Stanford,' O 2 rS 2,065 majority. na CD p! O having determined to test the validity In thcltyol8tantord,ln tbe county of Lincoln P-A BLACKRMrraat Washington, whose and Htate of Kentucky, has complied will all the Tht Usurer's Idol. of pardons icsued to a party for pool revisions of the Uevleed btatutea of tbe United ff brawny arm had swung the sledge till Editor Interior Journal: 6 utH required to bo complied with before an assop--- w selling and to another for promoting a -shall be t The servicea of no public man in the ciation banking: authorised to commence tb busi- n he imagined it was strong enough to LkJ ness of aP lottery. This reminds us that this is Now, therefore, I. John Jay Knot, Comptroller propel his fist against any man's body U. States have ever been more that not the first time that Mr. Bronston O CD than those of John Sherman as Secretary of ol tho Currency, do hereby certifycity oftbe "Pint Stan lord, National ItankortJtanfurd.In the sufficiently hard enough to make him State Kentucky, U and the Blackburns have clashed the Treasury. His ability as a financier 1 in the county of Lincoln andbuiineeaof of bsnking, ss -i authorised to coiumeocs tho rr-- m V.-hundred snd sixty about the pardoning business, as we a match for the best, stood up before estimated by hia admirers as superior to provided In section nfty-ocd-- S VI i of tbo Itevieed statutes ot males. the Sullivan, in a Wash- that of any man of modern times. To nine testimony whereof, witness tbo Unitedand sea nr Its cp In tny hand learn from good authority that he and K fT - SJWVrt asM Chis skill alone ia attributed by them the this 4lb day of October, lUi. JOHN JAY KNOX, Jim Blackburn had some hot words ington variety theatre recently, to test successful resumption of specie payment, . So. 1,788. Comptroller of tbo Currency. his prowess with him. In a contest of in regard to it some time since at VerJ. ri. IIockss, Prealdent, a miuute and a half the blacksmith the reduction of the principal and interest sailles, in which Mr. Bronston did not J W McALUrris, Caibler, "balance of of the public debt, the was knocked down seven times, bis Jiua J. McltOBisTS, Asau Csahler come out second best by any means trade" in our favor and all other things, fi antagonist not even getting a scratch. nancial, commercial, agricultural and me BSH ts. .m. Henry White, the man who was The poor man has since died of his chanical that go to make up the present College. convicted to the Penitentiary for stealprosperous condition of the country. This ing bonds from the vault of a LexSTANFOltD, KY. Pil- mistaken estimate of him resulta from the "The bloody hero of the Fort ington bank, for which he was clerk, low massacre," as the republicans used single circumstance that he waa at the head CD fi) but who got a new trial on a technical- to take pride in designating Chalmers of the finance department of the govern- With Full Corps of Teachers, ment when resumption took place, and This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session ity by appealing to the Court of Ap- when he was a ng democrat, when, by reason of tbe great induatrial en1 I1 on tho Id Mondsy In September next. peals, has just been fined $200 in the should not be cheated out of his seat ergy and economical management of the O CD ALL TUB BBANCHE3 OK A w Fayette Circuit Court for running a in Congress to which he has evidently people, a general revival of business came m 03 gambling house. Gov. Blackburn will been elected, by such a technicality as about with all its advantageous accompa- THOBOUGHENGLISHCOUnSE 8p glory of resumption not, of course, allow hint to surrender the of his name. If it is niments. He got the Are taught, sa wall ss simply by being Secretary of the Treasury so much of his hard earned cash. He the will of the people that such a when If occurred; just aa Grant got the glo- MUSIC. THE LANQUAOEH. DHAW. INO AND FAINTINO. always cornea to the rescue of the gamSAVE AND DURABLE! pretext for a man shall repre- ry of putting down the rebellion by having t blers and whisky men. It for Price. Simplicity, Durability sal BsllsbU Work. It Is sent them in Congress, let it not be the good luck to be at the bead of tbe army In fact, thers is no Knjlae thst Just TUB ENOINK to Drlvs The statement that the accounts thwarted. But as sure as fate they when Lee surrendered. in w S2S to ISO In te In Tuition, prices CD The fact is, too much importance I at rsjolar IMpartments. ratine from W3j Intertuodlsts United States will mourn in sack cloth and in ashes of Gen. Longstrect as Primary, H 08 R eoo or oar IV; rrsparaiojy, tu, mna bouogtaio, sou. CD Marshal of Northern Georgia are for chosing so degenerate a son-o- f a tached to resumption as a cause prosperity any how. In this matter the ef CORN SHELLER8. PRINTING PRESSES For full particulars, as to Board, Ac, address tnort ana tuat large sums ot money gun. fect is mistaken for tbe cause. It was the 3ssssssssssssssssDII I S.PagL MUM. H. O. THUK1IKAKT. Frlueli.tsl passing through his hands have not NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. prosperous condition of the country that O CD Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. been accounted for, is neither strange The failures last week number 157, brought resumption, not resumption that brought the prosperous condition. It wu nor unexpected. A man whose con- mostly confined to small dealers. w The People' Tobacco Work in Louis- the people that resumed not John Sherscience will admit of so wonderful a man. ville were burned Saturday night. 1 . WO"? change as tho offer of an office did to What, really, were this great man's per A combination letter and envelope it 1're.HscH, his, is not the man to bo trusted In formancea In connection with this business? to be issue by the Postoffice Department. o ta Bkd 1M ISSSSSSI any emergency or responsibility. to entitle him to the laudCD A republican paper etatea that Gover- What did he do HWM Wo oontlnno to rlHRisBssssssssssKassssI-"''cation he receives? Did be create any coin act aaeollcl tors for rl The aqony will soon be over; that nor Cleveland's majority luNew York City for resumption purposes? Did he ever adm. tiatonta. carcaU. o is 77,129. ..W copyrights, etc, for a Is if the boys will talk. The N. Y. Ski SSl r--i An extra session of Congress ia propos- vise tbe adoption of any measure looking tbo United BUtes, ana w oovua pav Herald has addressed a circular letter ed, to elect a successor to Senator Davi as to the accumulation of coin for that purM ORIS IU IS"., .wv C'hII at Tbe Iufcrler JeurnHl OHive HHd stcoeue h dcalrnble dormant, and all other countries. 55 m. pose, except that of borrowing? He certo all of toe new Congressmen, ask-la- g President of the Senate, HglHCH Ih eperHtleit. ItetHeutber every EhkIuc roars nractioo. M4 Thlrr-l- x i. them to name their choice fur Joseph lUdaion for the killing of Wil- tainly did not On the contrary, he op- charge) for examination of models or bun our jjnarHHtee. Head It J Advice by mall frco. posed with all bis might and all his cunWe My to all purebsasra that wsgusrantes our Bookwalter Engines to bo well and substantially speaker. Carlisle seems to be the liam Secrest at Paris, haa been held to fatonta obtained throaxh na are noticed la twsaJsl f ning the remonetiiation of silver a meas- tbe.ttClK.NTlPIU AMEKIrCAN, which liM a-- o. ttiadsj toboeale.eluiple, durablsaodooiuplaleln construction, to work well snd give the full power to the Circuit Court without ball. "" " choice, but Randall sells well up iu wotu piviivKr uKue4 tu4 uiiDN)is( , tiviu.avine boots guarantee, sou aen on. ins follow. moat Influr and U -- AtOaerilui, Ky , Mrs. LItzle Settle ure which all admit waa a potent, if not tbe largost clrcnlatlon, kind la tho log ooudltlona. vis will fire Ihepurcbuertb Aral St) daya after the arrival of ths Englns to glvs It fcal publlsbouTln the ential newspaper of ita CD the pools. a uir and satisfactory trial; Iu taio lbs Luglue rails In corns np to our gusraulee. ws will take back tht O sV obtalued a verdict of f 678 sgalnst John A. indispensable, aid to resumption, Not on. world. Tbe advantagoiof auch a tiotlco every lo. refund sverr dollar recalled on IbeLuxlue. provided lbs uurchasrr returns the Emlnatn hi. CD M jo nearest railroad alattou. sud leaves It subject to our order by tbe clues ol said SO days' trial. Ouk correspondent, J. 13., knocks Moore for money won from her husband ly that, but he opposed the act making le patontoo understands. Thia largo and uplcndldly Illustrated (5 (A lertaluly no man could a k furs mors liberal offer sod contra) t gal, tender receivable for customs, an act out the props from the usurer's god in at gambling which of itsell would have made resump- audUkdmlttod to bo the beat paper devoted LOOK t -- James Ctarksnn, a Lexington Iwadsooie and truthful manner CD to science, mechanics, inventloua, engineering a very snd Boiler ................ I'owsr I1W,00 waa fined $500 and aeuteoced to ten tion an accomplished fact at any time withworks, and other department of industrial l"ower tnglno snd Bolfer .. c 2(0 00 ia Mother column. There are many .,.........,..... 1'ower rngloo sud llJllsr... . .. nroiress. nubllsbed in any country. Blnglo in the put ten year. ... au oo days in Jiil Saturday for circulating adver Q . sK'Uoree I'ower Kdglos snd llotler .... 4M 00 copies b man, IU cent. Bold by all news- otter things than those named which tising cards ou which appeared doggerel Usllvsred ou ears si HprlngHeld, Ohio Well, what did he do? Being commandUUwsiorBs o For further tuforustlon and descrlpllvs pamphlet, sddrose Ihs nisnufacturers, & Co.. publishers of Q Address, Mann go to provo that Jonu buerman is Hue of a decidedly filthly and blasphem- ed by the law of tbe land to borrow coin and Anierioao. SCI Droadway, New York. p i (hold it ready to redeem auch greenbacks 93tr JAMKN JTiEFFEL A CO., HgtrlHgHeld, Ohio. twitter a great or good man. ous character- Handbook about patents walled fro. Tnenty-fiTe DuniNO a trial in a Now York cowt a beligeretU limb of the law got offendknocked at the oppostfig countel ed him down. Did the Judge blew rt round awhile, enter a fine against tho offending party and then remit it, like we have so often seen it done in our Kentucky courts ? Not ho. He had tho pugilist arrested and after tho excitement of the occasion had died away, ho him made stand up and to him he delivered the following appro-at- e address : "When assault is subati Chicago, 409 milt, he-di- ad BRUCE, WARREN ATTHE"! GLAD TIDINGS Road Carefully tho Following Statement ling's O B-83- g WelsH, Wiseman & Co., Qpo DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, u p ..uq ft UnH the: isext so lnll tsll-e- oj e o2 a z At 'In Very Many CasoK ia.y, Under m Co t. New hii1 UcNlrablo mid Winter GooiIn ar alelgh-ridin- g gwQ o -o rt I1 m w Sao SB'S &cia tf S became-Secretar- 2 HE iJ w,2 pj S-- WJUsLNII, WIsSKiHAIV A 0. MO H JETAJLiJL o O-- e3 8 2 l, Q editor-in-chie- PS e- rt tr n" SSmJo a QtfCD r-.-"-? lrtJ u a ANNOUNCMENT. H :XS8S.: P n sQo a c-- r- &FS?SrSffl n :. ? ee: e-- t- i gSoSM ft tw w r &4 ' rn CHENAULT, Hare B semi-weekl- o SEVERANCE & CO. q rg r- SmSuB, & wk x Y- ft P Sin op t oP " 2 Zrr4 paasi.ffl P o. .nr Q FALL AND WINTERDRY 8W (tftlUS 0 r'' COODS, p rn k ? pm IfcTOTIOIETS, la-- r Mantua-Makin- 8'J-- tf KJfo soS. "g o First National Bank. 8 ,gffi P hdiJ PQh Hrt H w iiOrls et 6 &5ff "'S'P i pQ 912 qH Hats, PP CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Trunks, "i a P o STJP over-rate- d n rt tr SPB rr we c,fcTH It E. H v- Valises, &c, &c. n prize-fighte- P. This is one of the Largest Stocks fttt riP pu:m that we have ever had, and in it will c. egg's rnoi s. Stanford Female a gtaCD iju ri pUKjn SH pw flre-eati- oo o Kfe!yr9 be found manv new and desirable goods. We invite the public general ly to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. hP K"J P THE in FOKTABITE ENGINE. BOOKWALTER g mis-erabl- SOME "3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. TERMS MODERATE. or p Pt tf 3q 2 VJ" S2 j g08 r rtHtf Wood $uwn, ElevatorN, Cotton GIllN, r?S t trade-mark- s, VU, r n H' P, r- Corn MIIIh, CreamerlcN, BPCk Feed Mills, Hay XiathcN, Ac, eftko ti s draw-Idk- an-av- HS0:c5'rtR' o v. u p a f saloon-keepe- r, 'ISffW ca In o etf P py E sP o2 d ft t & Ena-ln- AT OUR PRICES .... ... .... . . ui ....... .. ScIm-Vt&- New lot of Cloak and iJolmwi at Che ' nault, Fererance ACo'rf. fatiry groceries for Ctirlitmaa cake TH Mctfljitiey, CRKDtTORM of Jf, II who have not been paid anything, can Ret Knew ralain. currant, citron and other at A. about JO per cant of the amount due them by calling on Col. W G Welch, Comr and complete line of fnrntttire and good generally; oil tainting, chrome, frame, Ae , may be found at II. K. Wearen'a at any lime. I'rlre very rraaonable. Call. g Tuesday Morning;, November 28, 1882 OealeyV Full ii.ii NEW FALL AND WINTER OF STOCK LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD, JtrnT Heceivei) new pickle in bulk, fresh oatmeal, cracked wheat, hominy, TaiMtiftr trslos North- -. " ' Booth..... L0CAL t i. M, 1 mince . 1M r. u NOTICES. A McAllater, ltur your ammunition of all klmln from Mclloberta A Htagg;. Nw atftek of Jewelry and Hllverware at Hot Paint of Penny and warranted by Penny A McAllater. Fall lot of Zelgler'a Btioee Jutt received and for sale at J. II AH. II. rJlianki. Standard Hheet Music, Vocal and In alrumental, for 10 cent at Penny A McAl-liter- renny a McAUter. Watchm, Clocki ind Jewelry repaired '. Laikir ilock of Window OUm, all site. Double thick glu for flower pita. Penny A McAtlster. Jt'irr rrcelred anew lotofcloaki for la dlee and children and a fine lot of Pol inane. J. II. A 8. II. HltAXKH. Grkat IUduction In sheet music: 60, r 75 and $1 mime now aold at 5 cent. flow." Can't our aire anJ on good paper, at Mclloberta from whom all blessing builne men give one day toauch purpone? A Stage.'. m ilea;-ula- The thieve who atole lie v. J. M.Bruce' any o far IhU year There were elxlr and other horaea from I hli county will anv one of which would have taken a likely arrive It ha taken over a premium at an average exhibition. month to get the proper requisition papera The attention of the City Council I call- In Ihe eq which ahow that there ed to the fact that their marahal I not en- tlrcly loo much negle'ct of official Jutlea forcing the ordinance forbidding hog to and red tap In inch matter. run a! large upon the treeU. Require Richmond Junction, we are told, I dehim to enforce It or repeal it altogether. veloping Into one of Ihe worat place to Mim Hrr.LE LiNnr.irr.LTER, daughter of live at in the country. There are three bar (J. W and M. A. LlngtnMler, now of room, It la alleged, In the village and two formerly of Ihli county, died last or three fellow from Bitter Creek nuke It week of consumption, leaving her frlenda their builnee to go there every night and many aasurance that die wai going to after filling Ihemielvei with mean whiaky, to take the place. Not being Incorporated a better world. ia no All the atore and other builnee hoiis-- there(hould police pfoltctiun to the citlxem, reaolve Ihtmeelvea Into a ahot In Horrodaburg will by general agree who ment lie closed on Thanksgiving, and the gun brigade and teach the howlera to aeek entire day be devoted to ''prilling God other acene for their debauchery, y mal,Ac MoAlliter A Ilrlght. The Interior Journal corn ehow beat DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, &a, at . c, L",5rrrijE'r3 3 Ji Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Lan2 Lou-lavill- e BUSINESS MANAGER'S DEPARTMENT. the Jewel IUnge at W. H. when you want a cook atote and Mlm Hoe Yniim, of Boyle, I vlali Illggln for It inferiority over other Move, ask Inf Mri. I Mao Ilruce. Mr. John H.Ciuki ha returned from Mm O. A. Lackey, Mm. W. G. Welch Mr. lueesvlum apparent) fully intored to 8 J Embry, Mm. U II McKlnney, Mm. W F McKlnney and Mm. Dr. J. B Owe- mental health. ley who are now utlng them. Gov. JameiH McCnrxnYwaaa on yeelerday'a train bound for hli We are (tail to note that that moat abomplantation in Misalrelpjil. inable of faahion which require a young -- Dr. amd Mm. 0. F. Waltir, of lady to cut her back hair and let it hang bait been on a vteit to the fami- down over her collar in a frowsy, slovenly ly of hli brother; Mr. Illchird Walter. way, I not followed much if any by our AtTCK a vacation of MTeral month', Stanford girla, who have eenie enough to Mr. P. M. McKoberta will leave in a few know what la becoming or not. day for Frankfurt to again enter the reve-nu- e In View of the fact that we have no service. Mrs. J. I. McKimmey ha ufOcintly turkey forThankrgivIng, we have reaolved the recofered from a Terr Ter epell of feTer to have a turkey ahow to mumi her poalllun In the telegraph of- owner of the beat bird exhibited to be awarded a liberal premium. No entry of Richmond IU(iiter. fice. Jtuor K. W. Turner, who haa Juat lea than a doten turkea and all enlrle to teturnrd from the Hot Springs, la retried go to the editor, Bring on votir beat gobdangerously III at hla home in Richmond bler. of Inflammatory rheumatism. Ueuulah trains commenced running Mm. Harah WrLM and daughter, from Williamaburg yeaterday, and the MIm Jennie lluchanan, of Crab Orchard, achedule haa .been changed aa followi: owing to a failure of the train to connect, Leaving there at 5 a M, tli passenger pent Sunday here, on their way back from train arrivta ot London at 7; Mt. Vernon 8.30 Crab Orchard at 0.07; Stanford at 9.50 Pert. Little Mim Hallie Horren Kirt-li.- and Louiavitle at 3.15. Thla ia adiflerence o( Greenville, Texas, haa the thank of 10 minutea in the arrlral.of the morning of tlili office for late paper of that State, train here. The time of the evening train the h not been changed. It will still arrive anion; them a cupr of that funny Tciat Stfinji at 2, leaching Williamaburg at 7.20. The Mr. R W IIooktr haa returned from first tniiwcame in yeiterday A M. but ten Bt. Joe. Mo, where it la likely be will en- - inin'itr late. gage in the banking business, after JanuaCanine Saoaitty. The following I ry 1st. We hoi however, that he may vouched for- - A fw day ago, Mm. Tim. yet find it equally a profitable to remain berlake of the College paid to the colored in (Stanford. man of all work there, in the presence of Jamm Wither, who la attending the dog which alio beira'the lame name: Bethany College in Weil Virginia, la very "Frank, take thoie kitten and drown ill of typhoid pneumonl i. Ilia alter Mr them; thry are In the way." Frank the I). H. Hiwman went to hla bedtlde more dog, evidently thinking that the command than a week ago and on Friday laat, hla f wa made to him, went out and in a few ther, Mr. II. S.Withera, went thither. He minutea had not only killed the kitten, telegraphed MIm JosI yesterday that the but taken them in the garden and buried ymptoma were very alarming and to be them, prefering that method of diipatchlng prepared for the worat. them to giving them a bath on auch a cold Dn J. II. 8. Frisbie goe thla week . morning to locate among hla old frelnd at Kirks-vlllto the failure of The New U. ing who are unantmou In tbefr with to again have him In their niidil. In fad we Col. Varnon, on account of preming engagelearn that inducement of a mod flat- ment! to attend ti the aeenring of the right-o- f way and othrr donation to the contem tering nature were oiTered him to return. plated railroad to Naahvilte, Trim., from The Pr , beside being a ptetaint and compllthetl gentleman, la a fine phyatclan tlm oint, the Committee met on Saturday and aa auch enjoya the confidence of all and after comullatton, aiked Judge Brown to defer the calling of the maglatratei towho know him gether until January court, at which, time LOCAL MATTERS. they will convene any way for other buai-n"Twin Front." and thereby aave the cot of a Special Go to the Court. In a private letter from Mr. E Laud caj8 cheap at A. Ovale'. Zimmerman president of Cincinnati, Green Fresh Oyster every Tneedt and Fri- River and Naihville H. It, he eayc I am pleaied to team that the people of Lincoln day at McAllater A Bright'. county and Stanford are puahing the 1L It A LA roe variety of cook atovta, heating matter, a now an opportunity ia oflered to etovc and grate juat received by A. Owa-le- make Stanford one of the leading ciliea in Low price.. Kentucky, by aecuring till road and I hope Judge V W. Urown ha purchased of the people will ee that It ia to their Inter-ea- t to come forward and offer liberal donaMr. D. B. Kdmlaton hia house and lot in tion in order to aecure the road. I have the Ent end of town for $1,250. bright and encouraging report from the fell from a ha Mr 8am committee In all the countie along the Saturday and beside dlalocatlng hia loft line and they my that they will do their ahoulder received .many revere bruise, part and I hope Lincoln county will not be which conaiderlng hla age, will be long in alow in doing her part. I have encouraghealing. ing report from Naihville and I will be Canned Goow. We carry the largrat there on Friday 24th, to meet the commitand moat (elect etock of canned gooda in tee. Juit ay to the committee for me, t) the city, and are prepared to offer extra urge mattrraand not let this golden opporinducement by doien or case. California tunity allp. good a specialty, McAllater A Bright. enjoyed HtNK Notes. The PERSONAL IlrMtMDER er pr Lancaitir, Nov. 27. County Court it pretty fairly attended, but the offering of etock ia email and the market dulL The auctioneera eeliraate that there are only about 100 cattle and all of them were not aold. G nice ateeM brought $.1 05 per pwt ; 8 Keen at $118; milk and fat cow $.10 to $15; 1 piir broke mule $230; horoen $30 to $125. Geo. W. Bettl bought three car load of corn delivered on can at $1 75 per bbl; G W. Alfnrd of Lincoln, bought 0 cara of hog of unJr parties at 6c ....-Karris, a phyilclan of much prominence in Klrkaiille, committed auiclde Saturday by taking chloral. lit had been drinking foi some day, which together with an alleged insanity atreak of which he waa pressed, accounts forjile action. Some of hi friends claim however, that he waa addicted to taking chloral and that he took too much. He leave a young wife and three amall children 1 waa abown through the new Metbodiat Church by Rer J. It Peeplea, who li naturally and pardonably proud of It. The building haa entirely changed in appearance and i now a really handiome one, both inride and out. At the eervicea Sun day morning all but $100 of the amount due on It wai raised, and at night it wax dedicated in a very excellent icrmon by Rev II. C. Morrison of Louisville Messra John Marr, Clay Hamilton, Charley 8weeney, Sam Rothwell, Ed. Bishop and Wra Barlow were arrested by Marahal Brown of London on a charge of Intimidating at the election, and brought before Commissioner Herndon on Saturday, when their examining triala were postponed till the 14th. They were released on their own reroiiltaiice, and it la riot thought that there ii much in the charge Joe Walton and Perry Jeflenon, tobacconist of Mayville, are guest of Sam Walton The new Banrc ia an established fact. The Miller building, In which ills to be located is being rapidly puahed and Ita quarter will be all that could be desired. Already over $40,000 if the $100,000 capital etock have been aubecribed and it ia in much demand. y Dr. W.T. Gorden, of Clark, aold 05 Turkey for $81. Six cent wa about the highest figure for best hug In Cincinnati yesterday. -- D. W Vandeveer aold to W. B horse for $200. a blooded At the fat cattle ahow In Chicago, one numbering 45, ring of theoi, 3 year-oldaveraged 1,971. For Sale. I have 33 bead of fat cattle for sale which will weigh between and 1,500 lba. S. W. Oltens, Sr., Shelby City. A. M. Feland fold to J. Bain and Wm. bull Cecil of Boyle 12 bead of Short-Hor- n calve for $C00. He ha atill aome extra fine one left. T. F. Eogleman aold to Tho. E.Wooda 44 hogs at fij cent. They brought after being shipped to Cincinnati juat 25 cent leu on the hundred. Redd Brother thipped for J. 8. Bex-to- n one thousand thoroughbred and high grade sheep for Philadelphia market; prices ranging from $4 to $5 per hundred. , f Lexington Transcript. Dr. J. B.Owsley, aa Administrator of Charle L. Harris, aold hia personalty a follow laat Friday: Wheat, 77 cent per bushel; corn, per hock, $1 CO; bay, $7 50 per stack, equal to 30 cenla per cwt ; yearling heifer, $20 50; cows, $30 to $42; horse $100 to $10025; colt, $40; pair mules, $300.16; 63 sheep, $3 50 per head; hogs, 6 centi; shoals, 0 cent; pig per head, $3.25. The sale waa a most satisfactory one throughout. The farm of 116 acre rented to Harnett A Krnder for $181. Fe-las, -- Mm. NOTICE. J. ! Lincoln County Farm For Salel I oSer for sale irlfittly my farm of KSacree on IMx Hirer. KV, miles F.ntol Stanford, within a half mil of the new turnpike now being constructed from IMsnfont to I'rrachertTllle. An dirt-roa- d from the dwelling to the pike, Building! ire brick snd frame, with 10 rooms Well watered with fine iprlegi, eomsol them medical wsler. Improvement tbe fencing. Terma liberal 79-t- The National Bank of Stanford, located at 8tan ford, In Ihe ettatoor Kentucky. Is closing up Its All nole-h- ol lera and other eredltnra of said Association srs therefore hreby notified to present the notes sml othrr claims sislnit Ihe Aitocl stlon for payment Dated, Blanford, Ky .hUS, 1H2. SfeHOIIKRTN, JNO. Cashier I hare sold out my Hsterr snd Confectionery bunlnessln Htsnford, snd would take Haa a favor If ell persons Indebted to tne won! Irotna forward and aeiii aionce. neaw aitenn lotm. 1 Important M. flucceisor I',IIUNIIN, FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. MKM.NAKAIICIIOK, including Addres or esll on WM. DAXJGHERTY to paugherty A Stanford Lincoln county Ky. Holmes, HTAM'OItl), - KENTUCKY. Decauie your house, or your coodi, or your lira atock, or your other properly hate not been burnt or Injured by Ore or liibtDlBf-- , Is no guaranty that they cakkot be Don't you think, then, lhal It would t pruleot to secure indemnity to case such loss or damage should occur r Xoffitryouthls Inat th lowest ratea obtainable In any flnt-cliI reprrwnt seren and you max surance Company lak your choice. Mm JNU.M, 1'llil.ll'M. S-A.LE! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - ItaMcracTuaar or Fine Carriages, Buggies, Propr. VALUABLE COAL LAND. A Executor ol R. M. Bradley, deed,, Lancaster, Ky., on This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND I will, In Iti Proprietor ii it Shall he Second to no Country MONDAY, IkECEMHEI. 18, '82, Eipose for sal to the best and highest Udder about 3SO A ere m of valnable Coal Land, lying Immediately upon the Knoxville branch of the Louisville Nashville ltallroad. In Laurel county, Baersge will be conveyed te and from thedrpot fresnfehsrgs. Special accommodations to Ky.embrsclng tbe land upon which Is situated to Commercial Tratelere. The liar i 111 be Faulkner A McLean's Mills timber reserved The alnaia sipplied with tbe choicest ssle will be msde on a credit of and 12 months, brands of Liquors aad Ltrars. bonds of equal Installments with good security, bearing per cent. Interest from day of sale nnlll paid, required of purchaser, and a Hen retained n-- li IV. O. IlRADLKT. that Hotel in the State in iti Fare, AND Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneitt. WAGONS Determined PHAETONS, ""aTl KINDS. i of all descriptions, employing onlr lint-claworkmen snd using material, and sell at reasonable only flrtt-clastyle, workmsnihlp and material cnnsld figure We manufacture Carrlagea d. Ill X, lrAUUIIl.KTY. $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 Hhwj f Sel i F us. eft Tho Boat, Nowalost and Cboapost Newspapor in tho South. w SITIAIsBIXalESI! -- Set B0TLE CPU NTT. Danville. DEATHS. The Mr. Wealey D. Smith, and aged citiien of this county, died at hi home on last Fri day of pneumonia, in the 72d year of bis age. Danville will mil him aa another gone. With a cheerful word for all, jovial and kind without ostentation, he won on the heart of the children and hia moat lasting monument will be in their tender memoriei. Mm. Belle Irvine, wife of Lee Irvine and daughter of the late Capt. Jno. Burton, died at her home in the Weat end of thla county on Friday laat aged 47 It aeem to be generally understood that the land-mark atlheaame time Imlrprnileiit tn politics It contains Ihe best news summary, Ihe best reading matter the best editorials sod Ihe beilmirket report all lor only II M per year. BEXI F0K SPECIMEN COPIES. S. II. bought will Post! onHavinga nice lot outHorses Bniiglmmn, wo whichkeep wo ami Uuggies, Iiand of rates. Will also board llorscs will let at reasonable should tske It. It gives the litest news days tn sdvsnc of the by the day or week. We are also in lies, and for less money. It Is demoernlle, but Semi-Weekly week- Every farmer, every merchant, every trader mutt bae II. Subscribe at one I you get 104 papers and doable the Remember reading matter given by an ordinary weekly for It comes 9I.X3, andmoney to you f irfceer tcerk. or to our agent In your county Uind the remit direct to us, LOUISVILLE TOST, Louisville, Ky. -- And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. WimjEM.EY, 8TArk-y- . Hespeotfolly, THE OO.AJL, TRADE, TllV- B. K. WEAREN. jUNDERTAKER, AMD B THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY e, MARRIAGES. l.-0w- some young lady. Eld. We learn that our young friend RichWORKINO ON CHINA. mond Rochester, now of Birmingham, Ala , Mr. A. E Randolph, originally from will lead to the altar early in next month, Ky., now on the the missionary M!m Minnie Bond of Franklin, Tenn , who Pari, work In Ilangchow, China, waa in Danville i described a a very elegant and hand last week and gave a very interesting ac RELIGIOUS. Dr. will (uipend after the preaent-aeaaoHaya resigns and will perhaps go to Peoria, III. Thla leave only Dr Yerkes; Dr. Archibald and Dr. Edwards having already resigned. Of the timber of which preacher are made, there are left but a few melancholy example. fk t fif- - 11 tfl I'IaBm4KV9' n alLaM Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFORD. mnxM'ii a BLOOD rfaarlaaBBarJ of tba for all DUeaica rmmimw Liver, Ntoiimcli. Has just received a fjll line of Parlor Suites, Chita UrSultei,chcip Bods, Bureaus, Wash stands, best Cotton Mstlrrssoa, Limp ataods,Cornrr Bracket- -, Cent o Tables, Extension Table, Eitenslon Tables, IVrlor Chairs Dining Chlr, Ac. I alio keep constantly on hand A lull line ol Itobcs, bhr udi. Coffins and Caskets I also keep on hand the celebrated li yd Burglar Proof Gra-- a Vault, guaranteed to bo perfect pro tectlyi from verinlne, ground b3res,gophers, dampness snd burglars. " Ballou returned from' yesterday where he had juat doled a meeting which resulted in 10 bap- Jo. count of her labor. After a viait to her frienda and kindred on thla aide of the waTheClreat Indian Herb Itemedy ter, ahe will raturn to China THE TELEdRAPU OFFICE will be removed from the Clemena House to the Gilcher Hotel thla week. The attractive Mira Powers will atill operate. THE TURKEY --STAN' KIiiey,Nkti. and Blood. I aell at figures that cannot be beaten Call snd see roe. Orders by telcgrsph promptly attended to tism. Dr E O. Guerrant, the leirned and successful evangtliatof the Southern Pre- bytrrian Church, commenced a meeting at McKlnney on Sunday, Mr. Barne ia at Waterford, Saratoga county, N. Y and not at Waterloo, aa the telegraph made it read. Our exchange that have publiahed It Waterloo will please correct Marahal Henry, removed by the Prer-ideupon the recommendation of the Attorney General, forirrrgular and negligent e conduct In the case, waa one of the particular pergonal frienda of Garfield one of the "four Colonels" celebrated by Garfield' ertemiei a "chum." During the fire year that the South ern Seminary of the Biptbt hat been at Lonlaville, Ky , six mission echool have been eatabliahed and auitained by the stu dents Last year there were aeven Buch schools with an enrolled attendance of about a thousand echolars; and the eermona preached by the atudenta and member of thelaculty averaged 100 per month. The meeting at the Baptist Church will continue through the week, with aervicea at 10.30 A M. and G.30 P. M. The preacher, Rev, H. Allen Tup per, ii an able man nnd an orator ot much power, and hit termona ahow an earnestness and a sincerity in hla Master' cause that make them appreciated by both aalnt and alnner. The discourse on Sunday night from the text, "Allelujah, the Lord God Omnipotent Reigneth," waa the climax of a seriea of good sermons and waa indeed a moat powerful and eloquent effort. While there have been but two additions a yet, the meeting i bound to be productive of great good in bringing the denomination closer together and treating greater love and re'ptct, the one toward the other. By the exprese wish of the pastor, Bro. Bruce, the preacher of the other denomlnationa join in the wonhlp and pray or apeak, a the occasion auggeata. It la emphatically the dwelling together of brethren in unity, which will do mure good to the general cauae of Christianity than all the aectarlan eermona of eloquent bigot, who aeeru to prefer that a ilnuer should die and go to the devil than to be laved by joining aouie other church than theirs. Mia, Cornle Cooper and Mm H. C Bright are the two addition to date, the former making her first confesaion and the latter Joining by letter. Star-ioul- eatabliahed here by Mr. Clarkson several years ago ha grown to be a matter of aome v Importance. A thoualnd a day can be A Safe, rteamant slaughtered. The principal ahlpmenta Prepared by II. H. BARNES & CO., An to Boston and Washington City. There Lexington, Ky. haa been quite a ruia in the laat week to McRoMitTS A BTiao, Alts , Stanford, Ky, Sold by Drugglita everywhere. eupply the Eastern demand for Thanksgiving dinners. ea-ilM-l- Cures the most obstinate and Inveterate forms of Disease arising from Disordered Secretions, Impure Blood and want of tone In tbe Bjltcia. ItRegulstea tbe Dowels, tt TuriHe th lilood.lt Digestion. Acta on the Kldneya,lt Promote E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of Consisting of AND WAYNE C0VNTT. Monticello. Harper's Young People! All poien having clalma agalnat the eitate of Hiram Roberts, deed., wl preaent them to me, properly proven, for payment, and all indebted to the eatate will pleaae eetlla at onoe. J. M. Illggln-bothaAdair,, Lancaaler, Ky. Notice. known a Shanghai, wa put in Jail at Mt. Vernon a few daa ego in default of $200 bail to anawer a charge of aeljing whlaky without license. The Court aubacquently reduced the amount to $100, and the boy coming to hla reacue with a bond, be again atepped forth free man. An ALARM of fire wa Bounded Friday night while Hev. II, C. Morrison wai In the mldat of a fervent prayer at the Dip-tla- t Church, and when he opened hla eet hi audience, more Interfiled in the burning here than hereafter, waaaon tt Itwaa aoondlacovered that It waa only a chimney burning out at Mr. Ed. Caldwell', and the people having returned, Mr, MorrUon began where he had left off. and finlilied hla petition. The Lexington JYea la moved to remark t "Stanford la to have "blackamltb ahopa " Happ Stanford I Heppy Journal I" The editor of the iheet aforeeald abould inform hlmaelf. Stanford already haa the blackamltb ahopa of the Knoxville Branch, a It la the end of a freight dlvielon, but ahe i e to have not only that but the e of two division of the L. and A N., inquiring 60 acre of land for them and the aid track; betide the terminal thopeoflha Kentucky Central, on whloh road Lexington will be but a way elation. round-bouework-ahtfp- J. T. Carson, the fun lait Friday night more than at any time thla aon, while the old regulaM expren themielve aa more than pleated with the evening' entertainment. There were a number ot beginner and hardly a moment paaaed that aouie aching form wa not lying protrte In the floor, after ineffectual attempt to break through it. A young law itudent waa one oi me leuowa that peniiled in (honing the girl how hard he could ait down without damage either to hi bone or to the floor and now he find It much more comfortable to atand up when he recite hla leon to Col. Hill. Several ol the young ladle took violent aeata during the evening, but we will not call any namea except to ray that it waa a drcK'ed accident that cauaed Mlaa Cornle Cooper to looae her equilibrium. She ia one of the beit akaleM and doe not often cut audi llgurea. Mir Annie Brown i. developing into the moat aclentlDo akater She can do many thinga impoulble to the averige girl on wheel and doe them to gracefully aa to make it a pleaaure to look her. Among the gentlemen wbo attewpt the (clcntlllc, Bob Fcnxel 1 the moet atic oenaful, with Walter Oealeya good aecofid. The latter I almot aa much of a maaber on a off of ekatee, while hla Inseparable partner In maahing, Jim Severance, la juat too utterly too too In hi blue ahlrt and white eunlngle. It ia worth the admluion fee to see Sam Helm perform. Hie knowing look, and1 ihe way be hindle hia oil fore fool la, enough to make even a dog laugh. Open again next Friday night and The yield of wheat in the United State each Friday night thereafter till further Is estimated by the Department of Agrloul notice. turn at 510,000,000 buabela. ictntore Little Sammy, a bright little aon of W. B. Wright, died last Monday of enteric in- .f.Y If.T.lSTllATKn WF.KIII.Y-I- O I'aaemSutletl to Uoym and atria flammation. from O to lQvcaravfHoe. The Fall term of the Wayne Circuit Court haa juit closed. There were two VOL. IV COMMENCES NOVEMBER 7, 1S42. convictions, Smith and Troxwell, to the Th Young rropls baa been from th first sucpenitentiary for two yeaM each. Troxwell cessful beyond anticipation. New Yolk Evening had just served out a term In the State pi li- IosU It hu distinct purpose, to which It on when he waa rearreated fur hone steal- adheres a tbst. namely, of supplanting the steadily vicious ing. The grand jury found a great many papers for the roung with a piper more attractive, Uoiton Journsl true billi agalnat parties engaged in the re- as well as mora wholesome. For neatness, elegance of tail liquor traffic contrary to law, during generally. It Is unaurpsucd engrarlDg and contents by snjr publlcailon of the psat week. the kind yet brought 10 ou- - notice. (rttliburgh Elda. Caleb W. Sewell and J. F. Story tlsaette are engaged in a protracted meeting here beginning last Wednesday. Mr, M. D. Lllsrpeis Young People, per yesr. I I prepaid "M Hardin, mine boat of the Hardin Houae, Bipgieuumosrs, lour ceoiseacu. cpeciiuca copy and has la- sent ou lecelpt of three cents had a severe chill Friday niglit The volumes of Hsrper's bored under a high grade nf fever ever and I8M. bandioiuslr boundYoung Poonle for 18S1 to Illuminated cloth. Ince. Little Fannie Berry la juit recovering will lie, sent by natl, poatsf prepaid, on receipt of from an attack of fever. Misses Lutie and vj eacn uorcr tor louug revp, tor iuj, m ceuis; Bessie Van Winkle and Lula Phillip leave postage 13 cents additional monKeiulltaneea should be made by this week for a protracted visit in the blue ey order or drill, to avoid chance of loss. Address grass, HAKPKK A.IIHOT1IKKN, New York . Worthf ol Pmlte. BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of ., I am oponing daily u Full lino ot tho Bost Goods in tho Market, to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. TIM W-- HIGGINS. Salesman. CARPETS,OILi CIOTHS& TRUNKS post-offi- W llt -- jslJItgi wlJM DEALER, IN- - our duty to liuprt that Informs-tlontoa- ll. Electric Hitler aro truly a moat vil uabla nieUlctno, and will lunly cura lllllouaoraa, and Ague, cilouiacb, Uter and Kidney CoiupUtnti, ten wbsr all other reujMle tall. and c.n freely We know whereof w waMoaMerlt Patent JJeJI-IcIoAi a rut w do not recommend but when we know of one that really Ii a public benef.ctvr, and doe pualtl'ely cure, then 1883. Harper's Bazar ! Shelf Hardware, SHAPTS, CORN SHELXERS, Iron, ILLVNriUTED. This popular journal U a rare combination of literature, art and fashion Its stories, poems and eswya are by th best writers ef Lurupe and A merInga possess Ihe highest srtlstlo ex les Ita eograf ccllencel and la all matters pertaining to tub Ion It la uulrerullj scknowlodged to be tbe lesdlng authority In the Isod. Th nstr volume will ton um lusuy unman, nurciuss. HOKSU NllOES, IIUItSK S1IOU NAILM, Kir sk, Cut Nails, Buggy Si)okes, Rims, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, Eibio-t- . Sold at fifty ceuta a toltte, by 1'ionjr NKW i. McAlliter. atmKTitkalsm. IIAItlMr.Il'N Harp r'a Weekly llsriwr's Msgsslue rxe Yiia. PERIODICAIuS, -- .. 4 .ft 4 PUBJilCSALE XihihI, -.10 00 Th TiiaaK above publlcallooa . T 00 Any two uhoie named ....... I to ... Harpcr'a Youag I Hsrper's Msgsalne, S 00 ltaruer'a Youag Wools. I " " Harper's lrsokllntSUj Library, on year, . .. 10 00 : numbers) Fustsg fre to all subscribers lu th United As Eawuter of J. U fl.slsr, deed., we will sell at public auction, on 8tatcs or Canada. llsrer's H.nr 00 00 00 Baiik Ntock.Ae. recpl.... StoveSyTinware Fruit Jars Groceries, talt. Lime, QUEENSWAllE, GLASSWARE. EVAF0RATOF.S, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVAT0HS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1882, At tba COurUlIaiu door In Daaillla. Kv.. M Acres of Laad, situate ou th IianvllI and Hlau loru lurnoia rosa, z iuiis iroue uauiiu, lu lUubsnOsutir.J. W. Uusstand Westlsy butlb. J, W, Uuest, Laq.wlU pulut out th boundary line to parllss wishing to look at th laud Also st th saw 111 and plac. will sell Uo (10) bharesof stock la th Central National door AUo at th Cuurt-IIauBask of Daunlll. Inbtulord.oa MONDAY, JAN. 1, U, (County Court dsj) llbhsriMof stock luth k'vusrsNs tloual Bauk of Hlauford, Ky. Tsimi wads kaowa oupaycfsal. JiOBH UDIJir.l ,,, Th volumes ol Ihe Basar begin with th first number lor Jsnusry of each yeai. Wbsnuotliu is uisotloued, It will be understood thst th sub urlbor wishes to commence wtih Ihe number next sitae tbe lecelpt of order. Ihelut four snnusl volumes of Harper's Ilaaar, la noat cloth bludlug.i will be aeut by mall, postsg paid, or by express, free ot eaiwns do not exceed on dollir per voluliial fur 17 bur fuluuia. Cloth cases for each volume, suitable (or binding, will be ssnt by mail, postpaid, on receipt of II each Uemlltanesa should be made by posKttlce money order or drslt, to avoid cbaui vf loss. Address HaKl'KK A BHOTHKKS.Ksw Ycrk, Comont, &o. Also And tho THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW? OEiVUINIi OIiIVJBU (JHILLED l'LOAV. bare an equal. Kooflngi 0utt-ing, it einx Nona claim a better Flow, but hope to &c, done on thort notice. T. M. JOHNBTON, ' ' DAVIB SKINNEli, 80B"on. f jiik viii.uhavi nmr.rtr, r.Stnu-Mtthlunitriorour- a QtriKKivs " t'liir.yitt.r tcvrrLK.- Vlir-i-i PLSASAJfTKIKS, gt i STAKFOBD. KY. vsur.H" Tin: nun. It lint Tuesday Morning, November 28, 1882 i Tlmri rTArrt Jyoolttt'For HHrgtar. Tho man under tho bed does not always provo n mytlu Perhaps it is an actual fact that women who pray look for him mora regularly than others of n 1cm spiritual turn of mind ; when tho good .woman kneels at tho bedsido to offer her devotions it is tho most natural thing in tho world for her to first explore that historio. territory and satisfy herself that no concealed burglar is listening. It is also fact that n pious woman in tho suburbs of London did discover the legs of n bold, bad sticking out just as began her petition. She did not shriek, but went on with a prayer for that particular sinner that would havo melted tho heart of n Newgate thief. 1 wish that it might bo added tliat he was converted on tho spot, camo out and w as pardoned, and afterward married tho petitioner. Put truth compels mo to add that tho good woman was interrupted in tho most solemn part of her prayer by a peal of laughter from the graceless youngei brother who had enacted tho part of a Vwcll-authcnticatcd house-break- Ctmtmlnt the Oft. Mr, Joseph F. Jamoit, who spent sons four weeks in traveling over tho Colorado desert, in California, givos rather nn nnpromlsing account of it in an article communicated by him to tho Jpular Science Monthly. Tho desert occupies almost tho wholo of the largo county of Ban Diego. It is sumo ICO miles long and fifty mile, wide, mid tho Southern Paciflo railroad runs through its center. At almnt sixty miles from Los Angeles tho railroad encounters a very heavy grade, 100 to 110 feet to the mile, and it continues for twenty-twmiles. At tho summit, known ns Ban Uorgonia pass, begins tho descent into tho desert, and ovory milo brings you to a moro oesolato country. At Whitowatcr Station, twenty miles from the summit, tho desert begins in earnest. First n few flowers enliven tho scene. Largo fiViofVrtr, threo or four inches in diameter, grow oil small stalks five or six inches in height. Largo plants of Albronla marltma, with clusters of brilliant purplo flowers, spread over tho ground. A littlo Qllla (0. lemmonl), with white corolla and yellow center, ndds its lcauty to tho sccno; and the o throb, Lama ifcxlcana, or "creosoto plant," with yollow flowers and sticky leaves and branches, reminds you of tho forests you havo left behind. During tho seven miles to tho next station, So von Palms, tho vegetation gradually thins out. Progressing beyond this tho flowers disappear, and tho Cacti predominate; and further on these aro replaced by tho stuntod " grcaso wood." Finally, oven tho latter van ishes, and when Dos Palmos is reached wo come to a country whero there is ab solutely nothing in tho shapo of vegeta-- . tion. Every ono knows how a well-kefield looks when it has been plowed and harrowed and cultivated until pot a stick nor stono nor weed shows itself abovo gronnd. In order to form a picture of this part of tho Colorado desert, imagino a field such as this extending for miles and miles, level as a floor, witlveo signs of lifovisibb, and no indications of man's presenco aavo tho railroad track and tho telegraph poles. Imagino tho gronnd covered with an incrustation of alkali, which, when stepped on, breaks into soil as and lets ono sink ankle-dee- p soft and fluo as powder. Picturo a galo of wind blowing over tho waste, the air filled with flno particles of sand, tho snn obscured, and no objects visiblo 100 feet away, and you will havo formed a faint idea of tho worst aspect of tho desert It is hard to imagino anything so fearful as tho reality ; and, unless ono. can see tho ground, and feel the sand, and experience a heat of 120 degrees in tho snn, we can havo only a poor conception of tho desert. SOME burglar. Moro tragic was tho story of tho lady who, traveling alone, Stopped at an inn and mentioned tho fact that sho had been followed and watched by a villainous-looking man with a shock of red hair, who sho feared hnd designs upon tho valuables sho carried with her. As nothing was seen of him at tho inn, sho retired for the night, carefully locked tho door and was soon in bed, leaving a light burning in front of a mirror. No sooner was her head on tho pillow than sho had a distinct view of tho man with tho red hair crouching nnder tho bed. Sho made no sound, bnt reached softly for a scarf she had laid near, made it into a running nooeo and waited. Tho next morning, when her servants broke open tho door, they found the lady sitting np in bed, graspiug with both hands tho nooso in which sho held tho fearful , weight of the dead man ; she had. strangled him, but was herself a raving manioc from whom reason had forever gone. Some time ago a prominent Jndgo in Birmingham, N. IL, was found murdered in his own house, and no clew to the murderer. It was immediately after an adverse decision ho hod made in a case of great importance, and tho murder was supposed to have been instigated by a desire for revenge, bnt as all tho parties were respectablo pcoplo it was impossible to fasten tho guilt on any one. Tho Jndgo was a widower, and lived alone with the-- exception of a young daughter and the servants. This danghter was beautiful, and on tho evening in question hod returned homo from a ball at a late hour and gone directly to her own room, whero she stood before ' her mirror taking off her jewels. As she did so, she held her white and I rounded arm above her head, and con-- I scions of its beauty said aloud : " What a beautiful arm " littjo thinking tho remark of such consequence as it proved to bo in the tragedy that followed. Tho girl both saw and heard her father's imurdercr, but as he was masked failed to distinguish his features, but always declared she should know his voice if she ever heard it. Several years passed, and in another city she was standing in a crowd observing sonio passing sight, when sho was conscious of tho curious stranger who stood near. Logging at her with a singular intensity, iieBiade Thk remark : "Oh, tho beauti-- f nl'arm I " She knew tho voice in an instant,-- and throwing herself 'bodily on tho man denounced him as her father's murderer. Ho was arrested, tried and convicted, and tolA how ho had lain hid-,dunder the, bod and heard tho idle remark of tho young girl which sho herself hod been scarcely conscious of. Ho had recognized her on meeting her, and involuntarily betrayed himself, as ho had been a stranger and an unsuspected party. Detroit Pott. 1 AGUlVULTUJtAL STATISTICS. Tho growth and development of the agricultural resources of this country in tho lost docade havo been so remarkablo tliat it may be interesting to compare tho returns of Bomo of tho principal crops for the years 1S70 and 18S0. This great increase is duo to two causes. First, the letter cultivation by improved methods of tho portion; and, second, the opening up of new lands by tho number of emigrants, and tho changes that financial depression brought about, by which many tradesmen and mechanics wero compelled to look for support to tho fertile fields of tho West and Southwest. In 1870 tho amount of cotton produced was 1,352,817 bales, in 1880 fhoro than 0,000,000 bales. In 1870 tho amount of Indian com raised was bushels j in 1880, 1,764,119,133 bushels. In 1870 the wheat crop was 287.715.C20 bushels; in 18S0 it was 459,007,032 bushels. In 1870 tho crop of oats renched '282,107,157 bushels ; in 18S0, 107,859,033 bushels. In 1370 the tobacco crop amounted to 2C2.735.8ll pouuda; in 1880 it amouuted to 473,'. 107,573 pounds. Tho increase- of agricultural products was nearly 100 per cent, in theso ten years, aud In tho last year of this docade, out of this vast increase of our crops and products our cattlo export rose from 813,000,000 to 811.000,000; corn, from 843,000,000 to $50,000,000; wheat, from $107,098,000 to 8190,540,000; flour, from 835,000,000 to SIS', 000, 000; cotton.from 8209,852,000 Last words of Fontciiello : " I do not to 8245,531,891; beef, from 87,000,000 suffer, my fricuds, but I feel a certain to 812,000,000; lard, from 828,000,000 to 835.000,000; and pork from 85,000,-t- o 'difficulty in existing." 88,000 003 annually. YTUATA HUMAXMlKSKHllr NOT Thesa figures tell of tho great woalth .til A III IK " A woman, being only a beardless of this country, and show tho activity woman," said the sad passenger, " will aud skill of our farmers, and furnish some good lessons to our political econalways, even though sho succeed in omists. They speak of millions of acthe ballot, miss the manly tive workers lookiug to mother earth for of waiting minutes In barber shop for a shave, Sho will their supiwrt, of other millions dependnever know what it hi to study character ing on them for tho means of life, and of the great Providouco over all, who from tho chair." " Sho will npver see tho nervous man," has said that "seed timo and harvest said tk", fat passenger, "who springs shall not fail." The iucrcaM) in tho production of tho half way to his feet et ery tuno 'next' is called, and sinks back overwhelmed ten years eudiiig 1880 has beon nearly with bashfulness, and silently occusod 100 per cent. of check with an intent to commit fraud AJIOL1TIOX OV ltl'SMAN SE11FDOU, by all tho oher Bufferors." The lato Czar, Alexaudor IL, decreed " Sho will nover know," sold tho sad tho emancipation of the serfs March 3, passenger, " what it is to bo shaved by 1801, coming into final execution on man with n touch like a shadow and a March a 8, 1803. Tho owners of tho serfs razor tliat puts you to sleep in a min-utwero compensated for their laud on a who fusses over you with towels scalo of payment by which tho provious and water and perfumes tu deftly and labor of tho serf was estlmatod at yeara M$MJy4 that jrou want to bo shaved over ly rental of 0 per cent., so tliat for every again," 0 rubles which tho labor earned annually "And she will nover know," said tho ho hod to pay 100 rubles to his master woman who talks bass, " what it is to bo as his capital value to bocomo a freeshaved by tho barber who eats garlio to holder. Of this sum tho serfs had to euro hid catarrh, and who ought to give immediately 20 per cent, whilo tho change his trodo or learn to brcatho remaining 80 per cent was disbursed as Uirougk 'his ears. " au advance by Uio Qoverumeut to the And tho pilgrims girded up theii loins owners, to bo repaid at intervals extendand tho procession filed off down to ing over forty-nin- e years, by tho frood Oaeoaia.Jiurllnrj(on Hawkeye, peasants. Aocordiug to au official report tho whole of these arrangements Ouablks DudlbvAVabnku writes that tie' known of but ouo place in Paris wero completed at tho end of July, 1805, so that from this date serfdom ceased to where a cup of genuine coffee can be exist in llussiu. Lad. older-settled Leo's graybacks won moMfcg ougkUoJJo set in a tS&A their way through Pennsylvania toward tAfwBHAPR Gctl sliurg twoinfanlrymea bclAlji A mux novel is ore6nreoTi?icn-cent- . to Pickett's Virginians raffled Into a sitlon. Quaker's houso in search of something WnM,a linsinc-wi"run down' k.k to cat. Thoy wero mot at the door by y V. I tho owner of tho promises, who asked t timo to'avU' 'JwotiU np." Tux vegetarian's diminutive ploasantry "Aroyo rebels?" " Yon bet wo aro I ' was tho blunt re "It's rare that I cat meat" ply. T niWB'ajiiJfrng," said tho boll to "And what do yo wish horo n o.bolkvndaia.weddlng ont on. ' Fchlcr, old man, and don't keep tu lt ftm u . said the At tho ' waiting for it wheel. " Poor felloe." siioko tho axlo. "If tlico wishest for something to cat jwsgonlilrftouguiM t ' I thou canst havo it," said tho Quaker to "Fon-rtJNknocks once at overy tho spokesman, "bnt I, trust that ye will man's door," but mlsfortuuo stalks In tnko nothing from tho house." . many times It win a poor trnst After tho boys is thirty-nin- e years old, and has Patti hod finished their meal one of thorn pocketed a watch which was hanging on been just that old so long sho is used to a nail, and tho other seized upon a silver it and it doesn't worry her a cent's cream pitcher as a token of remem- worth. A ijttlk girl lieing asked what she brance "Aroyo thieves as well as rebellions was doing with her doll, replied that she citizens?" indignantly demanded tho was making hor an angel and was about to sow on wings. man as ho confrouUxl them. "Stand nsido and let us out or wo'll " Ax honest man is tho noblest work dnningo yon I'' of God." Nothing is said alout an "Verily, I will not I Thou mnst not honest woman, because sho isn't such rob my houso." an astounding variety. "Nover mind him, Bill Quakers What tan mako more vocal noise than don't fight," called tho ono iu tho rear. a boy driving ten cows through a town ? "Hit him a clip on tho chin and run Why, a boy driving two cows, of course. lor it," Tho moro cows the less noise. "Trnly, I shall not fight," calmly " How old aro you ?" said an ancient observed tho disciplo of Pcnn as ho dome ton grinning littlo tar-p"Well, pushed up his sleeves and spit on his if 1 goes by what tuudder says, I is most hands, "but if in a friendly scufllq to 10, but if Igocs by do fun I'se had, I'so recover posscssiou of roino own tho.Tob' most 100." bcrs should get injured, I shall not liavo O.nk of the? leading dailies of Chicago to answer to my conscience," There was a "friendly sculllo" in tho has resolved not to notice base-ba- ll next York minute, and ono 'of the trid, .games hereafter. It wants all its space who is now a resident of Richmond, for Teports of divorce eases. Sbrrit-town Herald. e vividly remembers hnving tho Dbaco.s Jo.nks was happy, indeed, for a week after, whilo his companion coKplaitod of sore throat, dizziness, when ho was told that his daughters, lamo back and depressed spirits. All dear girls, had gone to tho revival. tho remarks mado after tho senilis com- Their mother didn't tell him that it was t. menced were simply a few words a revival of " Pinafore." llotton dropped by tho Quaker to tho effect , that: A Utica clergyman hod occasion to s " I am sorry to put theoont, and Borry refer in a sermon to tho prophet Jonah, to damogo thee, but it is better that and tho report says tliat ho delicately thou shouldst go (thy ways up tho piko spoko of him as having " passed threo towards destruction." Detroit Free days and three nights in tho w halo's Prcts. ahem society." A TDitKEr was shut np in a cellar in TUB DOCTOK AXD TUB LA WTKR. Clarke, Va., and lived five weeks withA smart young sprig of a lawyer hod out food or water. It is said tliat tho a grave old doctor on tho witness stand turkey was forgotten, but we aro inin n coso of assault and battery, and ho clined to think tliat is really tho way questioned him unmercifully. turkeys aro fattened for tho city market "Ah, "Doctor," inquired tho lawyer, "did I understand you to Bay tho cut in At a young ladies' seminary recently, during an examination in history, ono tho man's head was dangerous?" of the pupils was interrogated thus: "Yes, sir," replied tho doctor. "Well, Doctor, doesn't itsometimoa "Mary, did Martin Luther dio a nathappen that oven a less cut than this is ural death ?" " No,"- was the reply, ' ' ho was excommunicated by a bull." Hardangerous?" s CONFECTIONERY ! ROBBED BAKERY! STANFORD, KENTUCKY nUl.llihmfnt, t piirthtwt vlll rnnilnn Ilia Linlnnoi unit Wp toniUnllj nn n. fit I lint html Frtth Itetli Lotf llrrnl, ofCantln, rrutli tml olhrf nfrtlnnr1f. lo wklfh Itntllo Ihe ttntlon of tka public. I will a'n kf p Krnh Flih and mu t l(ln PirT lk f J, "' OYNTKIIN AT AM- - IIOUUN. cltrk, whs will alwaja lo Jur wanla. iWl I ,Inb, hmimil thM-Mlro- t trt Ibal l found Mr. Jamrt I'm at rra.lf to nilnltlrr I aim aix--p the COMMERCIAL HOTEL, hxl Vhr tirrllfntarconiraoilallon tan in inwrai raiM. j, xKAnnin, I'roprlflor. I Huhday Hrhool i. M. Thnntlay algbl. Th MoirlMiu, Superintendent. Iter II Mlulonary rloeirly meett hr on IM lit sundty lne(hmnth, atlo'eloek. Mr. T. T. Dttleta. ITwIilenl. . rrg ,v-- VT'IITTU, J M lliurr, Tailor. Hrrtlret MO, TjArflsr - Kbit Kourth Stndtjf, naming and ninnoiy, ualtertal IimIiuJ. pain In Ihe many on Second and iimum nrilklnn. hrimiiur nlil aee. and tery Wednetday nlghl, Myer Meeting other dlaeanea that lead lo eoniumntlon and a pre li noon. Banday School at .10 a. m. II. K, Iltrrnw mature grate oreend rur clrruiirt "'injeii-monlt- Superintendent. free by null Tha lXl'tUtHtATOIt J" '' oil h old at II perliii.er tli Iwte for t aecurely 0" IIHIrTJAN.-Yori- blp erylr.radty rreichlngby lr. J. W. tint druialiti, or will be etnl free by mall, en Klnt end Third iMd'adayt. Sunday School tealed, on rKirt i f prlre. h j'lr,,l JJ, y at 1 15 Jo. Seteranc, Superintendent. t 113 Adtniittreet, Toledo, Ohio, SOUTH -- Kee. T .IfepT-- I IJIlrWByTi:tlIAN. I'JI-ljSole agent foe the UnlledMatrt ry. pMtor Sundty School al M0. Joha W. Ilcul, ftnperlnlendenl Union l'ltyer Mealing on Weilnetdiy nlghtt. TIME. GERMAN IN7IG0RAT0R cnrncii nifiKCTtmi. Thonuniltftfgntr art annutlly roMwd efihelt lltet prolongeili - M'rfrilflDIMT'MOuTll.-lt-ti tkilnn, ar II. I Mutlton. hilinlneiiind hetllh reSunday netnleg and ttoreil hy ure of I h grett nigntet'ept tfc ihlnl rtayer Meeting t ry .:... :ru: I .l0. r nr "n''HH'.? r CONDENSED fn U-il- L ft witlioiit-knocking- IIlJKIlK;rr, ATTORN EY AT LAW, HAM .11. H " jiAiiaioAi) mm:. CtlEWMTEB Mt. Vornon, Ky. Kill practice hla rrewlon In Rckrati and adjoining roanlle and In Hie tladrt of Appeala. special atlentlon glten to collections I A - TRAINS (H)lN(l NOIITII. Lte. Klchnontl.. . " Unctiter. . .... Mtloplon i if SH ' iff . Sunlord. Shelby Clly Dtntllle Junction.... ...... ............-.Crab Orchard... ....- ........ Junclloo.--. Mitcil I, 1(91. Kl ... San. 00 ... . . - am S 00 7 10 S 21 10 Arr. NtwIUten Mllchtlliburg...... .... ....... lUnon . ... ................ ClnclnnatlJuocllon ... 10 II M M U baton ,,. i!irxx&riasusxxBrxiM I.t. LouUtllla- .. . - ..... ...... 00 10 12 47 2 10 1 11 " " " ' " " " " OPERA HOUSX.. STANrHRD. KY. W. P. WAItTOJT, Slitsflttge, - Tropriotor. II pm 2ii50. ritlitn)mo;.lpeli ol gceri-w- ry SViiIng cepacliy, Indmlleg gtlltry, too. Reaaoaabf ralra I gud attraction Autreaa .aa alot. . TRAINS (10INII SOUTH. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, its. Sun. DM"OT8T,8TANH)HIt, Macn 1.1M1" Lt. Iulnllle jaw-ach- Old fashionable rtmlle are rapldlr Rltln Krouna before the adnmc; or UilJ coroiurrlnK apeelflc, and old fanlonJ to depletion at a nmniof kltaa In cure, bam been quite exploded by ID aoceeu of the great nnoraul wMeh tone the aritcm, traiiiulllie tbe nertet, neuand curlche tralize malaria, depnrate lb blood, rouse Ihe liter wben dormant, promote a reruUr bablt of bodjr. and or tale by all Drnuta and IXaler generally. &lfflRs rrnl VIA LOUISVILLE ixn tiii Arr. Utlcnton Mtaford Crab Orchird. ........... ........ -- . Ky., l.T. Uaruler Arr. Richmond, . . .. ..- -. t 05 S 10 4 10 Ill 2M 50 p re ' an " 1 1 WINE, IllllJI.l Monnatmtt, lleaditunea, Tablela, Ac MillJr. Work o ' ail klnda neatly ei (ruled aud aallf facllan guar-tnli-Jr-tigtit ... rULLMAN PALACE CAI1S To Mrmphlt, Utile llae. Mobile, Montgomery, and New Urleana. Emlgranla InTeiat hit thelrcholceof Iworoulra: tl Maniphliortla New Urleant.by Tin itnch my othtr quicker tnd rite lower thin route. It It altolb IF5 -- " To L PnmyWmmmStmmmmmmM and pillc-tlo- QUI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AHD BE8T Rout lo all polnla In MlMuiirl. Kantai, Illlnvlt, Indiana. Iowa. Nrhruia. t'olortd. Arkantta. and till. Only on ehang to Chicago, St r or runner miormtiion roui iicteit io toe South, kiom. Colorado, and irl(rant rttet to lo,IJi. tJd.-ea-i I'. 1. ATMUKK. t (leu. rat, and Ticket Agt , lautitlll, Ky Anthony, Agt eianiord, y Ore. J. n OO 33A.T! WJ3MT! OO NOIITII llt Trail-tcrlp- 01 3 & MISSISSIPPI DAILY TRAINS THE EAST AMD NORTH. R. W. 3 Kentucky's -- I.outo ron East Louisville to Cinciniiuti! Free Parlor Can am) New Dy Onachea Without Change, - Washington, Philadelphia vN.Y. The only line running rti is KEcoaMKirnKD HALL'S Cm rimnciAKn. FOll CAIASRH UY o nnu Ostarrti of tho of tha Enr, Ulceratlal I Ontnrrn INTIRUALLY, Cjro or and tnken Throat. l not DIREOTLV upon th Olood nnd It Mucous Ourfnce of tha flrtK-m- . Blood Purlfloi In tho Ii the WORLD, nnd Is worth ALU that lo charued for It, for THAT alono. Cntltr-Chronl- OUIUIUI Nnsul tct T7xra CURE i lioui.svlllc to Ht. Jjoiii.s 4 DAILY TRAINS AMD THE WEST. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS mp 01TLT IIIIEP.HAL A SOLID TRAIN LaulMiillc.C'liicliiiiHli Hllll Ky., I.CX-IhrIoii, Sleeping Call and Day Ooathea to St. LuuU With out VUBDIV- - 2 DAILY TRAINS AND THE MOUTH 2 - LouIstIIIc to InulanapolLi, Chicago, nny It will not Ciiro. MILL, cum; A.NV CAHU. Oa.'l Offleo of A. T Cniciuo. Ill . June 4, 1FH1. O Xlturt. F J I htnru if ' n I lain l.leawm In iDformlnir you Utntlmt'-Ibal I luno uacd Halle CaUrrU Cure. It Vm urclrn- - Iteatcry lld and don't iieeltntelo aay'batltwill cure any maitiif Catarrtilf taXra Yuur truly. prviwrly rriN Tin: MAKK.irr.jtti And wo offer One) Hundred Dollnra lor Cneoof Cat-irr- regdofa Pbop. Bizzozuto, of Turin, has discovered a now and important constituent IRISH WIT. g beggar woman en- of tho blood, which he calls A They ore lenticular bodios tered a shop in Dublin, and asked the owner for charity. Ho shook his head aggregated around the colorless corpusand said : am not ablo to give yflu cles. It is enough to mako a man sit anything." Tho woman, in a cheerful down and cry with mortification to think tone, promptly ropliod : "Ihonkyou, that ho has to go around with things sir, and may you long bo in tho sami liko tliat in his blood, and no way of getting them out Jturdette. position. " O.V TUB STAGE. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally ZIFK Actors and actresses are proverbially It acts directly upon the blood and the mu long lived and free from bodily infirmi- cous surfices of the system. Price, 75c. ty. Performances aro seldom changed For sale by Penny & McAIiater, Stanford. If Catarrh has destroyed your uenee of throughtho illness of tho performers. In many theaters a season has passed with- smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will out a single alteration, even of a part, cure you. 7o cents per bottle, urugguu jolly-lookin"blut-plaltohen- .'.' "Yes, sir." "And, Doctor, is it not trno that even a scratch is dangerous? " " Yos, sir, and I have known of coses resulting fatally when not eves a scratch was visible. Only recently a man died .. under such circumstances." "Ah, indeed," quickly put n the attorney in a pleased and satisfied way, "will you bo kind enough to tcll'tbe .'" jury the facta V Certiinly, if you desire it" " You say there was not a serateli on him?" X II Vnl m. II, t T ns.nl.1 An.l . ' "And ho died?" "Yes." "Now, doctor, just tell tho jury how it was." " Well, you soo, he had tho colic, and he was dead before I could get him untangled." The young attorney called another wit less. Steubcnvllle (Ohio) Herald. vard Lampoon. WASHINGTON CITY, Kcrllnlne Chair Figures won't lio, maybe, but you Day Coaehe and Without Change. Cart Through Connecting In itni depot wllb fait train can't befou the breadth of a man's shoulIMillailel- TXTe-- c ders or tho girth of a.wman's ha chest for Wnahinslon, Baltimore. pliln, new lurk nuu tioaiou. by a measure outside tho dress or coat. Tbla lt tbe Viry Beat Voule, at You Ha Mo The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Daninaugtoi irtio- Oh, no, they won't lio, figures won't ville, Norfolk, But a Newark cashier can moke them as Hate Thrsagk Day Ctchcia AIITralaa! -- 3 dissemble a littlo. Hare Ho Midnight Change I ? A mttmi boy asked mamma tho folArrlte at bt, Uula Hera U Aaraar of All Virginia and North Carolina to all Yorli. WOIITII 110 A iiorria Harn ut.I E. JtcaniT. Jackacn, UkJi., write for 1M yearn. IMiraUaterriiCureeunrl Caurrh lor nin. Cuo.ldcrUwirth$l(V(dliotlte. 1 tnttln. by all I)nirgta at is eta Maoufaeturrd net aol.l tr J. ClUVkY it CO, i TOU.DO, OHIO. 1 Kor tal In Stanford by fenny A McAlliler J. D w KiTrmroao. l1rltor, r re imw RELIABLE r.vArll FREE! SELF-CUR- E, which mamma's lowing question, answers are not yet recorded: "Mamma, if a bear should swallow mo 1 would die, wouldn't I?" "Yos, dear." "And :Js "Yes, dear.'' 'And would tho bear have to go, too?" THE USE OP THE BEAUTIfUL. When fill tbe (001(111 moonlicua UiK)n tbe backy tnl t ence, And tuntful ftlno chorUttn Thiir wreoxl oommence, wouldlgotoheovcn?" SI 'of teat In cart of connecting line. I- To IndIanaiollt and Chicago, and Una ll IU ratront tbe thore ol Lak Michigan. Si Other Mae, tbtnby tecuring niorButlime choir making change of car and gtltlng fltlng -r Points. Yet tlckelt and lurtber Information, apply lo your nee.-cticket olnre, o addrcM JAMIJ4 V. KKHT. 110 W. Main Sk, Lo.il.tllU. Ky. .i.arlnltftn ttt efll Of the i In th ll.M. eaatt noud ajid iuorrul Deeaftcv. .now rellredi forth cure of Aert-ow-a IJataelial.llmMa4.4aafcenl DrufgUucuHtliW CplalnauledtoTalopeVw. AJdran DR. VVAHD & CO.. Uettlau. Me. I kklTYOUTH th only rid (long V. lo or tlenl Southweatern Acenl, W.NMITII, O.u'l Manuer. lUcbmond, II. W. KI'I.I.KH. Ilen'l I'ait'r Agl. Virginia. For Ticket. Rate. Tim. Mp. 4t, apply Ticket Agenlt or connecting unei, Tb infftrlng Mtbttic, Hit attsrue forgot, Harli tnuU through tbe midnight lit uuflovtr I"jC Ilia too-to- o K. H. 1IKOWN. Boulhern Vtrntottr Agt.. 8. E. Cor. 4th and Main Wit., Louiirllle, a.y, W. aSHATTUC. W. W. PEABODY. (Jen. tat. Agt., Ota. UupU, Cincinnati. ddra KENTUCKY CENTRAL r ra ', II , 'rt-- Ll THE OIJEAJCS Of nnd MANHOOD WITHIIM-ricm-- e w ACUIDCTOMI-AIT- '3jez- tl I B . tl r I OUT MEDICINC Al MS t ami Ilu'lrlr mil I ! w pc tea Imk l"rr.iiii Addreit B 214, M,l.iV., Wit. HE PUDLISHCR i rinllui i! fi.- - P" a"1 It llrnr. a. M l'ltli.ar't u.i . i imIwim t.i.i I THK MOST DESIKA1ILK ROUTK TO Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas And decidedly toe Popular lioule, aSorJIag, at It dova, lett chaugca and lujrlor acconiuicJalloni Id CINCINNATI! Miiiouri, Iowa, Kantai, Texas, iPlainihilishl Irtwcw I S HEItE EXPRESSED l OUltCllCUUmLlJ)(t HIT Pacific I Railway. "I milElB In TIA-IBIIjIE- effect Oct. , 1S82. CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. auutiiuotui'. Nol7 NoS The North. Morth wetland Weat. In fad. If you contemplate trip la any direction, your laierctl will IxLrtttertHlby punhailng your tlckelt tl K.Cnd Clndnntli. t Tratut each way 2; full man l'iltceltli, WrtirJl f.ew Irty uoacuea, au handaoiucly furnlthed Inclining Chilr Car fciru the unequaled equliuituti ol tblt Old lUllikl, thereby niaklog a trip oter thla lio on ol lutu-rto- u comfort and pleatur. 'fry II. TIME TABLE. IN KFPhOT OCT. 15. STATIONS. ' 1.1 m. Let Mgt Acroin Mall D'ly Dal- VM Ml No I and " Eip Dally UK-JA- M sixty-seve- n from illness. Tliis healthiness is attributed to tho necessarily actlvo life of actors, and to tho regular exerciso, not only of tho' limbs, but also of tho internal organs of tho throat and lungs, thereby fortifying the weakest portion of the system. Actors who liavo resisted tho great temptation of their calling to intemperance havo reached the very longest term of human life. Of all classes thoy aro tho freest from crimo. This is owing mainly to. their constant occupation of mind, timo and body in their pursuit; but it may bo also attributed to their softness of feeling and sympathy of character. Thoy are char-itabalmost to recklessness in thoir efforts to reliovo suffering. Ntw York lo sell Is $100 itEWAitn offered for any caae of Catarrh it t uu aiu 8'nd'y D'ly Lto Cvtlfgton.. M y 40 a in Falmouth V. U A.M " Cjnlhltna . lu oO a ui . 455 I Lte. Cincinnati-..- -. SO a u l .. " Georgetown bill let- - S41I1ZS irr. Leiington.. II IS p ni 11 7 1011 00 Ultugton ....-- ... . 9111140 1 13 li io Uilujloa 1 U 11 it Lt. . II 01 Nlcliolittlll. u IIH 7 57 1147 Arr. Ml Sterling . 2 II p iu " High Bridge.... - Wlncneiler a ui p " lltrrodiburgjuuct'n ...125 SIS ltd 7 zi p r Alblaud. SIB 110 " Dtntlll City ..U47 8 55 2 S 03 p n Huntington.. W7 Junction 1 00 No, s. 1 20 ... North. bomertet S40 .I'olnt Uurnalde... A so hut I'.M j. Ei. Kin. South. No. 1. No. 4. 2Mp 4 10 S t'J 6 44 .No.f. I. ... u SOOpu p m 9 ltpui l ui 10 la put p u 10 SI put 0 S p iu 11 to pin 7 W p m IIUpui 8 10 p in II 10 am II 00 p in W45au dlrMiWaa4ia.reompt. I.lr rutlma. taabuutoaa wMklramtaaiiMi. I ..iniai.nreda.latf lbia I aWp wl "II conlHiuedtoaeaalllrMkaiwna I aad roaiUat traprotccn.nl maa .inca Ih.ltlma Oct Pfll 1 I hat Ml liia a o. tralr bora that ai.n, 4 lb .e(I.r.rf mlinad oat Uat rou toava a t4IA for paftoui w.ktva a d lrurwl tr lb..ai IU.clfalIr oora. -- P 8 -- YcUlaulliltohrnaiiifcatMUII. latf fee mar li. r ten I lim- - .til I lu aa.a.r th.u. To evory youii, uiluUm una or old man troubled with nrrvou or phyilcal debility or lmpotenco uraloil circular la aent on roetal rnrrt to free. Bond ftl'l itdlrr Loult, Mo. HARRIS REMCOY CO. Wa want your adarra. tut need our ritaedf. b. couviuom! of Una. Band and Ii.....hrurnr -j. kauu nl I numA Jus.Slh.l'K. th. l,..lllla... b.a it. TUTT'S PILLS ttio Uead. with a dull actuation la tbe buck part, l'ein under tho Uhoulder blade, fullness alter toting, with a to exertion of body or mind, IrrlUbllity of tempor. Low eplrlta, with a feollnn; of hating noglected some duty, Wearlnoit, Ululiieia, Fluttering; st tho Heart, Dots beloro tha oyes. Yellow Ukln, lieadaohe generally over tho rbxht eye, lleatleaaneas, with fitful dxoatna, highly colored Urine, and dlaln-cllnatl- Tuiim No. SO ltockwood that cin'i he cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken Internallr. Price, 75 eenti. Spring City ....- -Boyc. . ... Arr. Chattanooga -.-. .. .. y- . NolSiNe I'.M Cbattanooga ?. lloycfi, 7 .J l. 0 . . J, 1"...... S06 40 S JO .-- .... l.l No. b .... .. S3 10 15 10 14 7u Lt. " Lt. " " " AililanJ-- ... lluntlnUu. MOHTIIKOUSU. Arr. Mt.Blerllng. Wlucbttter . No 4 NoZ von haTjIzi l'.M, 7 A well Imnroted MOUNTAIN KAUM. contain ing ONE HUMDIIEU ACHES, with good dwelling bouMandtllneceutry oulbulldluM and Orchard, In Uarranl county, Ky., tli mile Irani Crib Orchard, will be told ibrap. oa eatr terua. aa the own- erliahoul tooniig In other lutlnett. Apply on the prcuilM or by letter to bV.'ui UUo.ii.l'ATTEN.CrabOrchaid.Ky, Spring Cllibocawoua Suuiertct- -. IIIGOINM IIOUfSE! 8Tiroao Stsxet LANCASTER, JOHN KENTUCKY PB0PRIET0K. SSI S4I I' DauTllla.. a 87 S54 Junct'u llarrodiburg 4 11 SI0 lllgti llrldgu. 4S3 u Mcbolaitllltw 7 00 ISO 600 Islington ... 7 5J 1M ii Ueurgelown...... 10 25 5 25 Arr. ClucluDiU A LA II A M A HKBAT BUUTIIKItK. I Chatuuooga Lt. Allalla " lllruilogbaui., ' Tutctluuaa .... 11 " ' lluroild.... M- .. Juncllon City... -- . Polul w .. 10 I ID Cynthltna.. . lam '. M AM Valnioulb too, 555 Arr. Uotlngton. 510 SOS MAYSVILLK DIVISION IN 750 740 121 No. V Lt. Lailngtou A pui. Arr Mtyt tlllaS lOpm 1121 No. 10 Lealnglon 0 KWro HijitUleoOUii. 100 " I'arlt o 20 a in. Aiitiiiiie n tuui S30 212 No. II " Mijritlll I ounut " Utlngtont Upra No. 1 5 40. 2 41 2 57 from Pin- haa day No 111 clnnalldruutdtlly and I'ulliiuo coachia Meeperalo Kiot. to IVaililugtou, 181 I HfcJInlrgCbtlr 400 whalallt. W a audat ttatlout on KUr0.la It II, Stopt only 4 27 No. 2 runt dally, gltn. 0 4J wber lime I.through coachetlo Hun Inglun. anpl No Sunday, haa A.M. 4 ruuedtlly, eiuept Sunday, hatlbniugh roach Nu. 3 to Ml- - Sterling nd imrlor tar Iu MtrttDle 00 ruuidalljr, litt elrgtulday mtcli fruiu Washinglias ton, l'ulluiiuSltr from Kauawha lalla aud 111 pi r lor cart from Leilng on lo Clncliinall. duly SIS Ihracttop. No, land S tun dally, eicrpt Buu. 1000 dty.and. hatatbrougli coacliet fruui HuullngUin Sterling Direct rouneillon at lalluplon AM and Jit with altgeafor Ultbuioud,Ky ,Lwrciiceburg,Ky , I 111 II aud Vertalllea, Ky C L IlltOWN, O. W IlENDEIt. 111 Oeu'l I'M l. A Tkt. Alt. SuptrluttndinL (lenrral rHret, Cotlngtou, Ky, I'arlt. -- Ltilugton.. . . 7 19 18 12 II II - tUpn ui a iu a iu 5 p n. 6 1 is p iu 7 2 00 p ui 7 2 VO p in 8 am 10 s ui Wa m 45 a to SWpui S3 a in 3 0 pui It a hi 4 4 10 n ni 10 II a io B US B ui & 4J p ui 11 53 a ui 1 10 p iu TORPID LIVER. Ixittof Appotlte, Uowolt eoatlre. l'aln la SYMPTOMS OF A CONSTIPATION. TUTTS rif.LSnreeaiicclally adapted to aucli oaart, one doe elfecl audi ai chaogje of feellnirna tonttunlali the anfTerer. They Iarreata tli Appelltv, and cauia tha body to 'I like tut S'lrali, Ihua tha ayiicm It on nourUliod. au.1 by thrtr Taalv Actionera th Ifelnre'tllvei llrvaii. Heuuliir nliuola Nuriay Nk, N. Y. Prlc U cent. .... fit lit - i T. MIHJLNS, Arr- - WerldUn.... TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Obat Itiia na WiittKiaa chtneed to a Otooar atlnglaappUrailouoftlUtliTK. Mall. Meridian Lt, Tutcaloota.H.. " o, ' EiaiiT years ago thero were only $120,- 000 invested in steamers on tho Bt Now thero aro twenty-eig- ht Johns, Flo. steamers plyirg on that river, one of which oost $240,000, and to this fleet constant additions are making. The luitiau river and South Florida lakes and inlets aro now dotted with sailboats, carrying freight to and fro. In a ety short timo thoso will bo supplemented by steamers, and then a new region will bo opened of surpassing fertility and ' " M ' - A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL In etery particular, -mm Th patronag ol tha publle aoilcJted.andaattftctlonpKnted. y . r FOR SALE lfatlng conclude lo reiuot t x tlf x l, - kUrulagbem,. Attalla Arr. CbilUnooga..... VlCKSUlimi AND MKR1U1AW. Lt. Meridian.. " ' orrirK, IlLacxby ItUna natural color, acta Initantaneoualy Hold y Drugglau, or aoi by oprcta ua receipt of IL (br.TlIt-- t mihhay mtk new yohh. u airiL atT.la.kU labratUM Ulk auuat SAS aa. itvUaaUiM ul ! ' locut.,M. " Brandon. " ,. ul . i to ray ,. itiat, i . . oner lor Vlckiburg. ...,...... Li, Jackaoo . .....-.- .. ' Mr.luli.nr., KoruL , , Arr. .....,..... Jckiun..M .... .. to I2M 10 Vkkburg......,.w - III IN 20 A rombhialtoit rojrlilfoli-Kn.ri-rwiriui- a of IVi- - ItCHltlCftttt A IlHHlHeMH Ilell'C, Air, Meridian one. CmUed U on tltuttcJ In tu - town of Crab Or- - VICKSBURO, The cbnl,-KLaneulM trtbulMIifl high, 0i2) feet aud con tur-roo- in ItXOtlO, ulutlu all eight rwiut. Thntctlyand proxrly arwith countert and theltlog ranged, wllb all lb outbuUdlngt oemairy to n4 Ihe tut ol lb iuot hitidloui, and drluklug ind in bundtne of pur wtter tot and fruit tree pmore,liautlrul biebold and Iwautlfjlug th ahad pieiuiiea, ill entlr doming In a good and healthy coudltloa. Ariy ou detlr-la- g cbetpyet ttluabl rtIOenc, auioog a defer and pruiirout peopl would do wtll to fill nd utmUu lb piculM btlor punbatingeltt-whr- r. Tenul reetouahl two aud yj-- tf SIIUKVEPOBT AMD I'ACIria 110 12 M . .. ,,,,,t , - .. i I 445 Arr Monro Lt. " Vliktburg.. lleiu. . .. beauty. No Lt. Muoro.... nutler how tlulterwl tha tUm way n be frouiexceiiMiiofany kind, the QreitOer-miInvlgorator will secure health and Be advertisement. For le I'ennr A McAllater, Stanford. lr JOHN ft. HTKHU Arr. Ylcktburg. JOHN SCOTT, V. V. tnd Gen. Mtn tin Sou. K. 1. WILSON, (I. f. and K'y.Clnrlunttl.Ohlo; P. A. tin. sou. K'y, Cincinnati, Cl II. (X)LL-HttA- H. 1'. A. A, U, S. U'r. Chaltauonica.Tano. Vlcktburg, I'. A. V. a'm. J. HAiDY, V.O McaUIKB,U. F. A.'V., S. A P . Mlaa. JOE U'y, Monroe, La. !lta........ ...... .. , to 710 is in nwiiouwoi Jlfa.MLaJU.Nl 1 luva uawl lilt, llAUIluua iliol jumo in ugr plactltu.auv Hut Im, lUmaii's yeart luuicuiciuv. undauytldnv toglvotiieritultt twentr-ui- e ruiirauou. fffuiaijwake. i'j'i.iN.,ai.iiiiiM frtov Tomo Uoit in luaurcaaca oi ervout i uieJy, rful cuna. liu lu uiy lian.u, iua.lt touia woii.li Incouipar. iutcrlitu.M condition of Hi blood, tldt pecrleat rt banted auuieuf our luo.t tailneat pliili-iant- . U ) Ul od tt IMt Knit and ilfaKipodr I iinairlbolt n t.refireuc. to any Iron preparation uia.le. In f l. inch a .u,poUud MOWJI ."A?11 .'':" "u at IIU. iUUTKU'e InuM TMIO It a necrulty In my prtrUc imiiiuiaiiraaj Ur IJH K. H.I.. N.IY. Mill. 111 if til tta color to Me UooJt liaturiit hmlthful loin lo lite dye.iiw orjuntaiut u. yner llurkunil I'hiuiiliuruM In a tHiliilaU fuim. lit ontyiirriHirtttiun of (run lAwlteHluvl UuceVralAe terth.ta thururtfriutleof iron prri.nuwni, nrrvouo It (. applicant lo (Itnrrut lability, Jjiu of Apm-Itl- r, frustration of i llal 1'uwtrt and linnolente., BYTHE BR. HARTER MEDICINE MANUFACTURED .fi, muklng ..213 N.MAIN! ST., t T. Loun.