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Strang! but Common facto. occasional meal away-froono's own houto, and a another's relishes better than at home. That people should ask to bo delivered from "sudden death" nnd novcr pray to bo spared a lingering exit'. That a man will travel miles, agonizing at every step from a bitof gravel or an obtrusivo peg in his shoe beforo ho will tnko it out. That a man nover knows what a weak, ficklo and uncertain roaster ho has in himself until ho is at liberty to govern his own lifo and da as ho pleases. That when n poet or a philosopher dies, a dozen men nnd women try to kitctail themselves to his name and writo thomsclvcs into fame by telling all thoy know about him. That so many people forget tho STANFORD, KY.t FRIDAY, DECEMBER ta-bi- 100. That an W. P. wliLTOH, T. tt. MLTOH. - Editor and Propnotor Butlnnt Manager l'ubUhnl IWsifrtv trrhiie ami Friday, eub- 99.no lX31l ANNUjr. dan't send stamps In pajmenlof ms.eehsnr.. and thro cf not over three, rents. - Snt,wtd Under. Bill Njre, of tho Larimio, Wyoming Boomerang, a ipioy republican ihcct, thui unburden- - liimtclf: "We bavo met tho enemy and we are liU'n. Wo bavo mado our remarks and wo aro now ready to listen to the gentleman from Now York. Wo would havo dug out, perhaps, and explained about New York, but when almost every State in the union rose up and made certain statements yesterday, wo found thattho job of explaining this matter thoroughly would bo wcarisomo and require a groat deal oi time. Wo do not blame tho Demcracy for this. We aro a littlo suprisod, however," and grioved. It will interfere LA with oar wardrobe this Winter. With ani ovifcoat on Wyoming, plug hat on Iowa, a pair of pantaloons on l'cntv sylvania and boots on tho general result, it looks as though wo would probably go through tho Winter wrapped in a bod quilt and profound meditation. Wo intended to publish an extra this morning, but the news was of such a character that wo thought we could get along without it. What was tho uio of publishing an extra with.a republican majority only in ', IlcdUuttes? Tho ciuso of this great democratic freshet in Now York yesterday but whr go into details wo all have an idea why it was so. Tho number of votes would Htm to indicato that thcro was a tendency towards democracy throughout the .State. Now in Pennsylvania, if you will look over tho .returns carefully but why should vre'tnko lip your valuablo time oflcringan explanation of a polit-ca- l matter of the past. Under tho circumstances somo would go and yield to tho soothing in fluonces of the maddening bowl, but wo do not adviso that. It would only furnish temporary rolief, and the re coil would be unpleasant. We resume our arduous duties with a feeling of extremo ennui, and with that sense of surpriso mid atloni.h-men- t that a man docs who has had a large brick block fall on him when ho was not expecting it. Although having wo feel a little lonely met only a few republicans on tho street who wero obliged to conioout and do their marketing we still hope for thV.futurc. The graud old republican party But that's what wo said last week. It sounds hollow now and meaningless, somehow, because our voico is a littlo hoarao, and we are suowed under so deep that it is difficult for us to enunciate. Now about those bets. If the par ties to whom wo owo bets and wo owe most everybody will just agree to tako tho stakes, and not go into not stop to ask us about tho stale of our mind uml talk about how it was dono, we don't care. Wo don't wish to bavo this thing explained nt all.. We are not of an inquiring turn ofaind. JuiUpkin facts aro good enough for us, without any harrowing details. In tho mean time, wo aro going to work to earn somo moro money to bet Judge Folger on the next election; and others, come over and Bee us when you have time and wo will talk this matter over. Kir. B. Butler, we wish With a rowo bad your longevity. bust constitution, wo find that most any man can wear out cruel futo and get thcro at last. We do not feel so angry as wq ,do grieved and surprised, Wo aro pained ' to see tho American people thus betray our confidence, asd overthrow a large wardfobo into the hands of tho relentless foe. Muhlenberg couuty hasn't had any Justices of the Peaco siuce the Spring of 74i at which time they all resigned, foariug imprisoumeot by the Uni. ted States Court for refusing to levy the railroad tax. The county's business, what littlo there is of it, is transacted through the Couuty Judge. Owensboro Messenger. weather they experienced last year, ami dcclaro thoy "never saw such a Winter as this before. No, novcr 1" What, neverl No, never. That histories written fifty years ago astcrt how tho people of that tirao were living "at the apex of knowledge and eulightraent,' which remarks is sometimes repeated s That when a philosopher owjcieo-lis- t puts forth'somo nevnittea.fiUl tho wool gathrriiig, the guesses and the roaunderings afterward by him about, around concerning that idea or truth, as tho case may be, aro or semi-tru- th often, by his admirers, regarded as most important and sacred words. to-d- ay. CornitaHl ai Futl. An Iowa farmer, who has both coal and wood on his farm, warms his liouso with cornstalks, and claims that they mako tho best and cheapest fuel ho can get. He uses a large stove, and bunburns tho stalks in tightly-bou- nd dles, weighing about forty pounds each. A bandlo burns three hours ht stovo. (without flame) iu an Tho large stovo offers so much radiating surface that it does not need to bo very hot. Five bundles n day, or GOO for tho Winter, suffice to keep tho stovo going nd tho room warm. Tho farmer, Mr, Huggles, says: "I can bind up GOO bundles of cornstalks in two days alone. I couldn't chop tho wood to warm this room in a week. Then In tho Bpri-- g I have a load of strong ashes for ray wheat field, whilo my neighbors have to cut up the same cornstalks to get thorn away from I tho harrow. It makes me smilo when I hear about those idiots up in Minnecornfields' and still sota with fifty-ac- re go coM or buy coal. Why, I'd rather burn cornstalks than cut maple wood within sight of tho house." air-tig- j4 Solditi on Womtn, tho country would bavo brave men lot it teach its sons truo knighthood. Let it fill the hearts of its youth with respect and love for wo men as God's best gift to man. Let It remember that whilo man furnish es to his country tho bono and muscle, it roust look to tho woman for the heart and soul. I am speaking to men no longer Our best years aro behind young. us. Looking back, can any ono remember a great achievement or a good deed iu doing which ho has not had woman's encouragement, or an evil one in which ho has not felt her earn. If lf Olironlo Jfj niar-rlxr- a, aagaaLBsV' J Janndlcr, Impnrlly of the Wood, tni Agae, Malar!, and all Ulteaaea cauaed liy I)- - M'ROBERTSMTAGG Opora House Block, rT3A.r,ir:it(6 in DrilKrl, WIiich, M iikIchI Wall I'flj.cr. CIicihIchIh, Ilnokx, I.lqiiorH, IriMriiHiCHlN, l'HintH, fSlHtloHcrr, Clear, Fockct OIIh, Soh)h. Toliaccef, Ciistscrr, IiHRIpH, Pcrfumerr, Firo Arm, Mackiiio xv cottier. Our Jewel r j, Silverware and fintlrnl Goods Department In In Cliargo or Col. Thos. Itlchards, w Iio vt III Ilcplr Matches and Clocks rromptlr nnd In the beit style. FTr ranctmetitof Llrer, Uowela and Kldnej-t- . BTMrTOMS OF A DISKASEn I.TVER. lld Dmih, l'ln In tha SM, tomellmc lh mbuVcn for Mln li fell under th Shouldcr-Uad- t, KhtumitUm t fvncral lot of appctltt , Ilowela Stanford, Ky., rrnmllr Dm esf opposition? Wo aro moving on to tho river which lies on the confines of life. Our comrades aro mostly over, and we, the rear guard, must soon cross. May tho years that yet remain to us to bo so spent that wo will merit woman's smiles whilo hero, and meet them when lifo is over in the gar Col. John Atkinson at dens of God. the Army of Potomac Reunion. cotdvc, tometlinta alternating with head li troubled with pain, l dull and hearf, with comideraUt Iota of memory, accompanied with apainful actuation of leaving undone something which ought Id hare been done, a alight, dry couth and fluihed Caoe la sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complains of weariness and debility t nerroua, easily startled; feet cold pr burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of fhe sVIn ealstsi spirits art low and despondent, and, although satis6ed that uercls would be yet one can hardly sumtura up fortitude to try It In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several of the abore symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of thenf eiisted, yet caamlnation after death has shown tha Idver to have been extensively U; It should be used by all persona, old and , young-- whenever any of tho aboro aymptoms appear. Fernona Trarrllna-- or TJvInc In Unhealthy Idealities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the TJver In healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, lUlloua attack. Dimness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no In toxlcallng beverage. If Tou have eaten nnytblno; hard ot digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or aleep-lea- a at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. H. C. RUPLEY, MEKCIEANT TAILOR, Stanford, A Splendid Stock of Kentucky, that he has received Wishes to Inform lilt Patrons of Stanford and vicinity Fall and Winter first-clas- s Goods, Makino Fence Posts Last. writer in an exchange paper says: A Down on Conventions. Conven ventions, at least for the timo being, should be dono away with. Wo need a change for a while. A primary election is tho fair thing. thejote bo prorated, giving each man jut what ho gets, and the longest pole will knock tho persimmon. A few men, as a general thing, run the conven. tions, and they run them in their own interest. Wo believe tho people ought to have a hand in this, and tho best way to get them out is to have a primary election. Turn "the candidates looso before the neepld and Jot. them settle it, and then thcrcwiH be "no kicking. We believe in tho people and not the politicians ruling this country, and the way for tho people to rulo it is to devise that roeaus by which the candidates can bo brought face to fnco with them so that thoy may say who Is best qualified to act Muhlenberg Echo. for thorn. It When I first commenced reporting, after left college, it was on tho JSre-nt1'otl. This was in 1854, when William Cuilen Bryant, the poet, was the editor. I remember an interview with him which is perhaps worth re cording here. In some sketch or report of mino which had been published the words ipte dixit were made use of. I was called into Mr. Bryant's room. "Mr. '," said he, "I wish to give you a bint. In tuat dictionary (point ing to Webster) you find some 40,000 words. I write, as you know, a good deal, and I am able to express all my thoughts in tho English language. I would advise you never to use a Latin, French or auy foreign word or phrase." It was a good lesson to me, though I thought at the time the old Recgentleman was hypercritical." ord and Gazette. "I I discovered many years ago that wood could be made to last longer than iron in the ground, tut thought tho process so simple that it was not well to mako a stir about it. I have taken out bass wood posts after having been set seven years that were as sound when taken out as when first put in the ground. Time and weather seemed to have no effect on them. Tho posts can be prepared for less than two cents apiece. This is the recipe : Tako boiled linseed oil and stir in pulverized coal to the consistency of paint Put Time tind Doctor' llllla will be saved by alaraya keeping; the In Hie Ifotiael For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purcallve, alterative) and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless and doe not Interfere with business or pleasure. rr is rcitKLY VEonrATii.Et And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. Simmons Urer Regulator has been In use In my family for some time, aad I an satisfied it Is a valuable addition to the medical science. J Gill SHorran, Governor of Ala. Which he guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY AND NIIA'EmVAKE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. A floTernor'a Testimony. a coat of this over the timber and there is not a man that will live to Bee itTOt. I have used many remedies for Dyspepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the eitent Simmons IJver Regulator has. I sent from Minnesota to Georgia lor It, and would send further for such a medidne, and would advise all who are similarly affected to give It a trial as it seems the only thing that never rails to relieve. P. M. Janusy, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. TV. Blason sayai From actual ex. perience la the roe of Simmons Liver Regulator In my practice I have been and am satisfied to use and prescribe It as a purgative medicine. linn. Alexander II. Stephens, ot Oa., says: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Urer Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial "The only Thine; thnt nevT falls to ItelleTe." docks and M8Alte Urilif GROCERS, St. Asaph Blocfr, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. I( embrace Ktnple uiitl Fancy Groccrlen.'PiUcnt and Family Flunr, Meal, Bacon ami aLartl, Tobacco ami Cigara, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, GIhkh and QiiccnHwarc.alCauued GootlH ot all kinds a Hpcclall'. ICcniciubcr the place, "Tfae Corner Slorc." r Only a Little Bit of Mother's. T. W. & WE VAHNON. Dhehh. A little fellow from one of ATTtMtNEYH A.T X.ANV, our charitable institutions was being STANFORD, KY. Office In Owsley d Son's Dew building up stairs. taken to a New Jersey farm by an agent, tho owners of the farm having II. O. KAUrPMAN, A.TXOIHVJ33T A.t X..AJW, had the boy "bound"to them for a term LANCASTER, KY. of years', when tho agent noticed that Muter Cooiralasloner and County Attorney. Will practlca In all the Courts of Uarrard aad adjoining the boy kept placing his hand inside of counties anu m tue uun w Appeals. bis jacket on hU leit side, and occaALEX. ANDERSON, sionally would peep within with a ATTOUNEY A.T tender look. At last he said : "What DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Courts have you gut in there, my little He bowed to her across the table, counties and In the Court ofof Boyle and adjoining Appeals. friend ?" "Oh, nothing, sir," ho re- smirked, washed his hands in invisiMABTEIISON PEYTON, ' 3JA."V, An enthusiastic Canadian journalist, plied, "only a bit of my mother's ble soap and water, and said: "Ox-cu- se A.T'X'OIINJUJV IMOKXAaHMaBVoarssKTCOUHTT, dress, which I'vo sowed on my coat. LIUKUTV. KY. me; I dink I haf med you at who has just got married, w'rites: Will practice In all the Courts of Caser and ai Appeals. counties, and the Court "Of all tho jovs vouchsafed to man, It was the dress sho hid on when she Saratoga dis Summer my name is joining attention glren In collections. ofOffice orcr Special to in life's tempestuous whirl, naught ap died, and it kind of comforts mo to Moses." "1 cannot recall your face" li. T. Pierce's store. sho airily answered, "but your name DB. J. Q. OACPENTEH, proaches heavenjike tho company .of touch it." KENTUCKY STAMFORD Tariff is only a roundabout way oi is quite familiar." a fgiry; itore. Office hours Office orer Rolit. No matter how (haltered the system may a frank, and good nature Wriest girl; spelling tax. Tho method of the from S to SK and 7 to r. u. a feeling, flirting, dashing, dotiue, thing is as roundabout as the spelling. be from excesses, of anj kind, the Great Geri, J. J. WILSON, smiling,,smscking, jolly, joking, jaun- A tax is laid on the. property a man man Invigorator will oecure health and For sale It See adrertiiement. DENTI8T, jovial, poser poking, dear littlo owns, and he pays it directly to tho ty, A McAIiiter, Stanford. Penny STANFORD, KY. and knows what ho is duck of a girl; the funniest, fairest, . Office and Residence, Urper Main St. roundest, ripest, roguishest, rarest, about. A tariff is laid on commodiLEE P. HUFFMAN. spiciest, squirmicst, squarest, best of ties ho must consumo, and is paid by 8DHOEON 8T1XFOED SlKI-- T him in a lump sum with tho actual lashes girls, with drooping STANFORD, KY. South aide amorous flashes wi(hj rosy cost of tho commodity, so that he LANCASTER, - . KENTUCKY Office Airere jioiei. Main Street, two doors aoore ins Pure Nitrous Oxide Oss administered when recheeks and clustering curls, the sweet- doesn't know what he is about. He quired. PKOPIUETOJU pays his tax as ho pays a debt. He J0II5 T. MUUIJiS, est and beat of girls:" II. O. MOHOAN, D. D. B. pays his tariff as he payB for the sand DENTIST, week A Ni:w Fraud. An advertisement - GLASS HOTEL SWraE from be Monday. Dental rooms A FIRST In Stanford one Will in his sugar. Philadelphia Record, has been coin? the ..rounds which an first month, of each Ineverv -- articular. The natronata ot the PttUlo In St. Asaph llotsl, orer McA'Iiter A Srlght's. Independent. nounces that the advertiser will on the (Seealgn.Mt Lancaster throo weeks of each month solicited, and satisfaction guarinteed. from third Monday. Dental rooms In Mason House, A Georgia opinion ot the comet : cents send to rocoipt of tweuty-livPure nitrous oxld gase administered ttiee sign, f when necessary. any address' a copy of tho finest en- "Grand in its pyrotechulcal display, A Lincoln Co. Farm200 Acres graving ever made' of the lao Presi- illimitable in the vastness of its imFOIt HALE t dent Garfield. He keeps his word, mensity, it reminds us"wliat a great Hltuated on the Dantllle A Lancaster pike, at Col. Hruca's brldia. About SO acres In wheat, wnlcu Is t postage country we live iu, that.can boast of sseded with clerer and tlmolbr. maklne-- almost and sends iu return a tbe entire rarm to erase, wall watered wunse-erstamp bearing tho engraved' likeness such products, impossible to effete des- aereralnem.la!liDgeirliita;alMoneofthelarEest and best sprlog iKinds In the county, matlog It a DR. GANN'S REMEDIES I ot.Ceu. Garfield. NdHuefTpicture potisms of the East, and the cold and desirable sleek form lias on It a (rood, comforts-Li- e dwelling house, Ice house, smoke house and FOB THE MILLION. of,hiu was perliap! over mado, but barren regions of tho bleak, and frozen ksrn. rood cabin recentlr built, a Touna: orchsrd X,-cV- Joe Howard is a better judge of beauty than Oscar Wilde. He says of Mrs. Langtry: "Her features in repose are not shapely; her figure is up and down, her arms are homely and her elbows knobby. When she smiles she displays two rows of perfect teeth. Her voice is low, well modulated and. very sweet. She is decidedly not a great actress, but belongs school, to tho Agnes Ethel lovey-dove- y winsome and attractive. I can cite a dozen handsomer ones on the stage, and in the audience there sat fifty who need not dread comparison." ""'"Take only the Genuine, which always Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mar- k - nrr of " J. II. ZEILIN A CO. nY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1'ltOfe.hMO.IJlL. T. W. ViXNOI. WsLLlCK K. VAKKOX. PENNY & McALISTER Dsutaa la DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. ' Physicians' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specially. Ar TESTIMONIALS OF LINCOLN CO. FARMERS ! HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Clas- THE ALBION s Implements Combined in One. r 1IIGGINS HOUSE! ing DENTIST, STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882; Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Stedcr purchased of you is all you claim 'for it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverizer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a Craig Lynn. Cultivator. Mr. Geo. D. Wearen Bear Sin I have one of the Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am well pleased with itand.would not exchange it for any similar tool. Wm. Gooch. Geo. D. Weaken, Esq. Bear Sir: 1 used one of the Albion Combined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work .perfectly. C. T. Sandidge. Geo. D. Wearen Bear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, arid after having used it in seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we are free to say that the Imple ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. Wc regard it superior to any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. K. W. Givens & Son.. MrI Geo. D. Weaken Bear Sir: I am nleased with mv Alhfnn Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better and answers many more purposes than a Drill. John Buchanan. Geo, D, Weaken Bear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on clean, plowed land and on the foulest stalk land. It gives better satisfaction than any implement ever used in foul land. A. K. Dennv. '' (12-- U e sUl-t- five-cen- Afflicted, Attention si or ISO choice apple trees, good kitchen, garden, dr. North." -. mo fcnerao is nu luas iruuuuieut. Tenna of sale made known on application, llalfof purchase moner mar remain on mortgage. beihgTex-cessivel- y inforA gjrl of Waukon, Iowa) gentleman, of this aity gave? the JOHN HUlLnER. Lancaster, Ky. said nothing about who fond of babies, borrowed one mation, but Lex. Press. had been taken in. of a neighbor for the day. 'It fell into fire and was burned to death. The "John," said tho cashier's wifo, a girl was not immediately tho cause of BDWAHD H. POX, Propr., dropping into the bank in tho midst tho accident, and yet sho was so grievNorth-Eaof a shopping trip, "you forgot to Corner of Main and Third Streets, ed and frightened by it tKat she died leave mo that ju'onoy this .looming." - - KENTUCKY DANVILLE. name?" asked the cashier, within an hoar. ..- MANTJFACTUnED BY W. JC. QANN, M. D., MONTICELLO. KY. Excelsior Art Rooms "What ,' without looking up. ''JSamoA uamef' exclaimed the lady, "lam your wife." "No doubt no doubV. answered the cashier mechanically and going on with his writing, "but you will, have to bring somo one to identify you." An Arkansas editor Id- - retiring Married persons should learn patience. On the day that a divorce was grauted to a Kansas woman, Mrs. 'Perkins, she was lying dead in the house, and her husband was hanging to the limb of a tree one dying of heart disease and the other committing suicide. ,i m Tha world la fllled with tha wonderful, beauti ful aad IntrlraiA Inventions ol man. Tet all the combined talent and genius that tbe world hat sr- er known has nerer proourea anjrtniac mat can compare watb 'Dr. Uanu'e ttemrdiea." Medical skill and science hare, aa let, tailed to discover aqr thine equal to meu, lor toe cure oi me uis-east As their for which ther are recommended. elrtueaand uses are braised br thousands Inrouab out Ibe length asd breadth ot the land, a tides Standard Faiullr Medicines, thtj cannot be anl are fully substantiated by tbe strongUaTlng recentlr rattled mj rooms with all of tha est testimonials. modern Improrementa, I now hare the For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Hronchltla, Consuiup. tton aud all DUwaseas ol the Throat and Lungs, Finest Uullerj Ih Central Kentucky! When me. tou visit Dantllle, don't Photographer Bespectrullj, fall te call and aea from the editoriul control of a newspa per, said: "It is with a feeling of sadneos that we retire from the' active control of this paper, buVwe leave our journal with a" gentloman who Is abler than we are, financially, to hau. The exhibit was at die it. This gentleman Is well known to be waxwork. in this community. lie is thesboriff.' Geo. D. Wearen Bear Sir. The Albion Combined Sprfngfooth Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even "more, than Hue Dr. Gann'H Liver Cure. ! For Ulieumatlsui, Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruises and you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in' filthy mw application for man vr eom land, and it docs its work well where no other machine would An enormous buuoh of grapes, careAID beast, work at all. My son J immie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine was fully enclosed in a glass case, Uajo Dr. GhhU'h LlHlmvut. all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found shown through Michigan by a peddler Hemorrhoids, Burns, Fistula and all no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I KENTUCKY For 11 Us, diseases, similar who had for tale sprouts from what he STANFORD, know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months Uarlrig purchased Dawson's eataUlshmtnl, I Ubo Dr. Ghiih'h l'llo OIhIihchi. in the year. said was a vino of the same variety. John 1. Bailey. ' will rantlnua tha business and keen constantl r on length discovered Ml.lf For Urer Cow plaint, Djipepsle, Indigestion .JaunKIiWAKB II. VOX, dice, Constipation, bour stomach and all Ullloua Kjr- - Geological Burrsj Diaeaaea, Geo. D. Wearen Bear Sir: I have used one of the above mentioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. Use Dr. Ghiiii'h Coiigk Nyruw. J. A. DePauw. CONFECTIONERY Bwelllngs-aneater- nal BAKERY! .... . The housefly1 is utterly insensible to It is estimated (hat the .humbug pain, cxperHueals show. Bo there is marriage associations have swept up no particular way to got iquare with S'.'.UOO.OW from various parti ot Tex-athe insect, which, lingering in spito a sum more thau sufficient to run the publio schools siuce tho first asso- of cold weather, disturbs your morning nap, after you catch him. ciation begu business. s, score br moie shooting and cutting affrays havo been committed iu Cincin- Twelve murders, ten suicides and a OYNTEKN AT hand 1'rssh Ilolla. Loaf Bread, Cake and a ful Una efUtnlles, Vrulta and other Confectioneries, to whtett I Inel I. the attention of the public. 1 will also aeep rresa run anu serre For Fresh Cuts, Burna, Ulcere and Old Sorrs, Uittcr-SHCct Use Dr. Ghhu'h Ahh HOVRN. OlHimcut. Vho Dr.GHHH'H NtetUHCh nati within the past thirty six days. It would scent to be an e Mr8 get out a lively newspaper iu I bars secured lbs seniors ol Mr. JattieaCeakaa clerk, who will alwsrs be found reaJr to minister to jour wants. Don't forjst that I also keep the lllticrx COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Where excellent accommodations ran be had iii tha lowest rates. J.T.H1KKIN. Proprietor. A Reliable Tunic. Atnettter and Blood Turlflsr. aad alsa cures Drwcpals, lollgeetlon, Urer Complaint, Malarial Intra and all periodical Diseases. Manufactured ana lor sale vr eTAll orders Sole proprietor, Montlccllo, Ky ny man win receive pivmpi atieuuvu, eeti w, ic. GkA.:cr:Br, :m:. x Geo. D. Weaken Bear S'VvEach one of us having purchased of you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Broadcast Seeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have given us entire satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows the wheat evenly and leaves none exposed on the surface; also regard the tool superior to aqy other as a pulverizer aud believe they will prove valuable as Cultivators. C. Vanoy, Shanks Si'Oonamore. "PRAISE THE LORD." little chicken broth for his sick cldlJ,when A BTATOtENT just issued shows FOR TIIK WATFnFORH, Haratooa Co., N. , thrr was none In the house, and when the that if National Banks are not the November 25, 1882. demstid to procure It was wegrsclouily releast expensive institutions of the kiwi Pear Interior n angry 3EC2". Resuming the narrative of ertats, let as fused, remonstrated lnfAar that could be devised, they aro by for finish Norwich before beginning Wattrford. manner and was fienlly told In the course the safest and most reliable, and until Friday Morning, December 1, 1882 The Isst day' services were signally bless- of the contention that if he wanted things a plan that is a decided improvement ed. Alilhe afternoon meeting the base- ins own way. the only plan was to build a on them can be presented, we shall ment was crowded for tbe first time. I gTe hotel of his owp and then, lie could have EDITOR W. P. WALTON, most assuredly raiso no especial row a lecture on the Book of lleTelation, as the just what he wanted. Tha' word thus hasThe following cuts represent the with them. Only three of tho Na- history of the times 6f tribulation, soon to tily and unmeaningly thrown out suggested of reprisal to the vindictive millionThe Richmond Dirpalch, dera., tional Banks wero placed in the hands come upou the earth. Speaking wholly a plan jays i ' VTotfll abolition is the watch- of receivers duriag tho year ending without premeditation, the dar LORD, as aire, who forthwith went out of the hotel In abrOwn study, bestirred himself and be gave power lie always does word. Any thing Icm would bo fatal Now 1, and in oun but 87 havo been so plac- to the word, andincha sermons, confers the fore night-fal- l had negotiated the purchae on call to to say tolhe hopes of tho ed since the commencement of the dear name 6f Jems as the coming ohe, the or 20,000 acres of the high moubtain land aothlnf of the itupidity which' tho system. Of these 87, 51 have been response was unanimous. The first to rise adacent to the landlord's property, selectdemocrats would be guilty of should finally closed, leaving 3G still in pro- wm a sister who said t "By tbe LORD'S ed the site for the new hotel he resolved to Department, and alon with them we they become a pA'rty to the perpetua- cess of settlement. The loss to credit grace I will be light enough to fly when put up and in due reason had an establish.give a fow Item? in general stoeki ment ereelcd, perfectly eclipsing tin old tion of the internal taxes taxes norer ore of thoeo banks during the nearly Jesus comes and wilt meet you there, Bro. house in every respect Last Summer, the collected beforo the lato war between Barnes." "And I," ."and I," "and I," twenty years that havo elapsed since new hotel had 700 gnests the old one bnl dropped like bail from every part of the tho States, and which, with the bitter tho passago of the National Bank act, house until nearly every one bad spoken. 75, all told. This means ruin or retirememories of that war, ought now to as near m can be estimated, has been Then on a call to make it unanimous, all ment for the proprietor of No. 1. Alt for bo buried oat of sight forever." This about 87,000,000. The aversgo an in the room sprang promptly to their feet, the lack of a little politeness to a guest, and sounds mighty pretty, but it is ueces nual loss has been, therefore, about There were over a dozen preachers present, the price of a bowl of chicken soup. Moral Be courteous and civil and especially Bflrily tariff protection doctrine with a $400,000 in the business of corpora' all heartily joining to swell the tide of joy look out how you fcet a man "on his ear," ous confession. At night, the large upper If the tax is tak- tions having decided vengeance. an averace capital of who has a million in his pocket. en from liquors and tobacco, which about 8450,000,000, and which have room was crowded. Before sermon,. Bra, Before casting o0 the from NorTinker made a very handsome speech, more 0 now yield a revenue of about been responsible for the safe keeping than compensating for tbe one of Oct. 29, wich, let me give the. latest figures of that yearly, and if the entiro inter- of deposits in their hands averaging and making all hands to feel as good as the eventful meeting. 1 19 for soul, 145 anointnal revenue system is abolished, the constantly over 8800,000,000, orabout former made us feel bid. There were 14 ed lor bodily healing and 857 acceptances of specific blenslngs for the soul at the af amount required to run the governof one percent of annu- confessions after sermon In response to this services. ritAlSE THE LORD ment will hare to be raised by increas- al loss to depositors. Tho total amount approach to "one accord and one mind," ternoon for the Norwich meeting. We leave a litas Pentecost invariably follows the full exing tho tariff, thereby shutting out paid to creditors of insolvent national pression and experience of that heavenly tle host of dear friends there, whom we foreign competition almost entirely banks is 820,945,090 upon provided condition. Before we separated, one of the shall never forget and who will keep bs In and increasing tho price of the neces- claims amounting to last. 829,580,558. Tho brethren stepped forward and surprised me their hearts of love white time ahall Water-forWe are comfortably lodged at saries of life and reducing that on its dividends bo far paid thus equal about with a little speech and the presentation of wife and I at a nice boarding-hous- e luxuries. Wo should like to see tho 0 per cent, of the proved claims, 32 a purse, which I received with customary and the girls guest of the Bro. Thompson, as now maninternal revenue system banks having paid the claims against awkwardness, and an hoar atterwards, on who invited us to cume to Waterforu. We the train, thought of several nice things I aged thoroughly reformed and simplithem in full. Assessments amounting might have said but didn't, and which will bgsu lastnigbt to a fair audience room fied by a largo reduction in the numabout half full. The moral atmosphere to 88,101,750 have been made upon be lost as so SBBBZjMSflBSSH but to abolish tho stockholders of insolvent national things to posterity,treasures many pretty seemed good and Wholesome. I think "the ber of are like the strewing the of Buch lines bare fallen to us In pleasant places," tax on whisky at the expense banks for the purpose of enforcing ocean's bed that never reached their des- from first appearances, llro. T. is a young articles as sugar and salt is simply their individual liability under section tination, A funny thing connected with pastor, a young husband, handsome and that preposterous and untenable. Rather 5,151 of the Ilovised puree I may as well jot down, Statutes, of which as engsging iu manner and,! judge, quite a it is characteristic, hnrts nobody and raise the revenue on the former articles about 83,200,000 have been collected would do the principal figure In the story gifted preacher. He has been here but a a hundred per cent, than to further and little white, wm brought up a Catholic and, $534,080.70 during the past year. good should he ever read these lines. tax our clothing and our food, and I trust, is not a theologian, but will grace"Ye maun ken," "as we say in Scotland," An exchange makes the timely quotation from Nath Woodcock, that we fully bear upsetting, if wrong seeing he abolish if you will tho internal tax on every thing else save those two from suggestion that tho candidates lor went from Norwich to New London, at the has submitted already to one great somersault In his transition from popery'fo protwhich the main support of the govern Governor let up on national questions head of Long Island Sound, by the Boston estantism. But again we ahall see what should come. If the number of and in their speeches discuss only train, running in connection with the we shall see. Tbe Methodic church,where ment Sound steamers. The passenger depot was the abuses that havearis-eofficers in tho revenue service were State affairs our meetings are held, is a snug little build in office and how they will endeav- crowded with dear friends who came to see ing, with a seating capacity for about 500. f or more, the tax on cet clown us off and remained an hour, nailing for a every thing could be reduced, and wo or to bring about a reform, public im- belated train. It came about half past ten, We are all in excellent health and happy sincerely hope a democratic House provements, development of the great and we were on board the floating palace, in the LORD. Norwich baked beans and stews fattened us up nicely. Bro. will bring about this necessary reform. resources with which theStateabounds, named "City of Worcester," by eleven. Yankee Nash promised to express a can of beans to s secured and midnight lunch To pay a man $3 to $4 a day to watch tho suppression of crime, &c. Wo reach us Saturday evening and remind us the making of whisky on which the heard enough of national affairs during eaten, we went to our comfortable berths of unchanging affection as well as the "land watchman and were soon fast asleep. The tax does not amount to as much as his the Congressional campaign, and as a of steady habits." Sister N. was getting bad been ordered to call us at six the next or to have the hundreds of un- Governor or his Lieutenant can not morning to see the sights on East river as along splendidly with her broken limb wages, when we left. Happy day for her when possibly have any say in the adjusts necessary officers now on the we approach New York. Out in the frosty gifts took the place of human ment of national matters, we trust morning air, a gentleman, whom I had Heaven-sen- t is an expense and an imposition that g they will get down to business aud never seen, accosted me as scon as I made training and bushwhscking, have been foisted on tho people by the sweet succeeded the men of science, who republicans,which the democracy owes talk about what they will have a say my appearance. "In at your meeting last predicted only disaster from the practice night and much pleased. Qlad you had in if elected. Ever in Jesus, of a "charlatan-it to them to abolish. such a good tend-ofTbe purse presentaGeo. O. Barnes. Emmett G. Looan, who is to be tion speech rather too long, though well salesFrank Smith was a Chicago man who loved not wisely but too well. its managing editor, writes us that the worded. I hope they treated you liberalCharles Warner, LouIsTille, sajs: " The fair but false creature upon whom parturition of the Cincinnati News will ly." To which I responded, "I don't know hare used Brown's Iron Hitlers for dyixp morning, the tele- what they gave me. I have not opened the sla and btlliousness; there la nothing to jwjhid centered his affections would occur graph and all other arrangements, af- purse nor counted its contents." He loos- compare with it." not reciprocate and on Tuesday he ed amazed and, I thought, slightly incredThe Territory of New Mexico is claim blew out what' little brains he had ter much "labor and pain" having ulous at this, but there was evidently no eu br the republicans aa republican br a with a shot gun after writing a card been completed. Tho paper starts more to be said on tbe subject, unless to large majority. Sixty-fir- e per cent, of the .with these words; "A woman's de- out with a nice little list of over ten make a pointed proposition to count it then population can not write. C.-ceitful love caused mo to do this." thousand subscribers and under cir- and there, which he did not do. But an CONDENSED TIKE. The girl be left behind him still lives cumstances that promise the brightest hour afterwards, as I was paying the clerk for our breakfast, he sided up again, and to comment on what a big fool he was, fulfillment of Gov. Underwood's cher seeing me with roll of bills in my hand. a ished ambition. but- - Christian Johnson, a love-si- ck his curiosity got the better of his manners swain of Lansboro, Minn., thought to The Inteiuor Journal is writing once more, as he pleadingly asaed, "Have fix his so that she could do no talking facetious and readable biographical you counted how much they gave yon last IIAILIIOAD LINE. on that or any other subject. Upon sketches of the candidates for Govern- night?" I again assured him that I had TRAINS UOINO NOBT1I. being refused by her a third time he or. Life is too short for it to tackle not, having been too busy enjoying tbe East river eights to think of money or any Hor, S, ISM. Kz. bun. drew a pistol and after firing what he the list of aspirants to the office of thing else. This time he seemed slightly S tiara Lta. IUcbifloQd. South supposed was a fatal shot at her heart, Lieutenant Governor. paralyzed with astonishment, the Incredu" Lancaiter.... SAO " S 00 " he turned the weapSn to his own and Yes sir, we will not attempt lous look having vanished and the entire 11 Wllllannburg. London..m..M..MMM, 7 00 ' Llrtnpton...Hm....HH S 00 " pulled the trigger. The girl was but it, old March isi's face would be batter- mind absorbed in the wonderful wrestle Crab Orchard.- -. OfcJ ' HUnlnnl 9 SO slightly hurt, but he, poor follow, fell ed out of all recognition were we to with the fact of carrying a secret in one's " Bhelby Clt7..., io ia own pocket uninvestigated for nearly 12 too dead to kick. It seems strange use him evon to represent half of the .DinrlUa Juoctloa to IS 10 41 MUchelliburg:.. contecutlve hours. I left him staring, d " Ilinnn .., that men will make themselves such candidates of that much coveted, but It SO and almost As we " NswIIstso.- 12 M pm Lebanon Junction.... fools over one girl when there are so far from being lucrative, office. 1 33 " left the boat and stepped upon the pier, 1 Arr. Cincinnati Junction.. " S 00 " " Loutatllla many as good fish iu the sea as were 3 IS saw my interlocutor standing with some Yesterday the Lexington Preu ever caught, but they will and we of last Sunday and the Cincinnati friends on the lower deck, and as we passed THAIN8 (JOINU 80UTH. tbe group and he looked at me, I recogniz could fill this column in telling about Commercial of Monday made their first ed a twinkle of unsatisfied curiosity in bis TZSTHun". Nov 20. 1832. similar cases that have occurred within appearance at this office. We 've got sharp eye, aa plainly asking "Have you Lte. TiiiIiii..,,. ,. llJm filanf.-ina week. 2 00 p m to murder a mail agent, that's evident, counted it yet?" as If the words had been Lta. Crab Orchard- ,r.r llin " 7 ft " .... .. .Llrlngitoo a 10 Some women are never satisfied, before we get them to do their duty. uttered. I hope he did not lose sleep over Arr. London ... " & 20 " ,.... ,,,. ,,.,,,, 7 20 " ... the unsettled question, for he will never " Wllllannburg.... even though fortune smile never so Lta. Lancaaler ......... ........... S SO " NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. know the contents of that purse unless he Arr. Klchmopd SO " brightly. ........ An Oregon lady, Mrs. Congress will meet next Monday at ferrets it out on his return to Norwich, Wilson by name, sought and obtained 11 A. M. PULLMAN PALACE CABS which I feel certain he will attempt. Apd a divorce from her husband last year, Senator John T. Morgan of Alabama then be will be at rest on that question, To Memphis, Little RocV. Mobile, Montgomery, on the ground of cruelty and unfaith- has been and New Orleans. dear man. to the Senate. fulness to bis marriage vows. This It is estimated that the reduction of I will not attempt a description of tbe Emigrants to Texas hats their choice of two routes: tla Msmphlaor tla Mew Orleans. Tim much and rates ought to have satisfied her but it did the public debt for Korember will reach superb Steamer, the finest I ever saw, tho' quicker Ills also thalower than by any other route. I am told that there are others on the $0,000,000. when the not, for came a'J rgfl naaaww Iluth the County Judge and County Sound more elegant than even the City of QUICKEST, 0HEAPEBT AND BEST around with many protestations of Attorney of Trigg county hare died iince Worcester. Nor will I Iry to sketch the KouU to all points la Mtaauurl, Kanau, Illinois, love and promises of reformation, the they were elected in August Indians, Iowa, Nebrsaka, Colorado, Arkansas, wondrous scene on Esst river approaching Only last. ons change to Chicago. St. Louis and EaaU place iu her heart for him warmed (Jen. Andrew B. Herron, Congressman the great city. Tbe stupendous suspension For further loforsiaUon about tickets to lbs South. Kanaai, Colorado, an I emigrant rates to afresh and she gladly consented when elect from the Sixth Louisiana District, bridge from New York to Brooklyn, be Florida, address 0. V. ATMOKK, he asked her to be his wife again. The died Monday night of heart disease. side which that of Cincinnati is a baby in Or P. lien. rasa, snd Ticket Agt Loulatllla, Jty J. Anthony, Agt tJUnturd, Ky. The Louiirille Itot charges that Hon arms, is rapidly approaching completion. old fellow did not seem to bo in earnest about the matter however, but re- Ralph Shellon, Iteglater of the Land Office, Cost fifteen millions already and two moie It abort some $.'1,000 in bis account!. needed to finish. fused to take on the yoke again and Frank James .leaded guilty to the inWe hunted up our dear old Danville now the woman is sueing him for a dictments brought against him at Kansas friends of girlhood and college days, Mr. ) Tmcuuar DxrsBTatEKT, Ors-icor CounaoLLis or tu Cuaaxwcr, V breach of promise. Surely abo can- City and his case was tet for January 22d. and Mrs. Davidge. Found them on E. WismaoTOK, October 4, IB;. J In the whole United States there are 31st St., and were lovingly welcomed. not expect much damages, if half Wuaaaus, By satlaftctory stldance presented to the undersigned, it baa Uwn mads to Tuesday passed very quickly, and Wed3,501 prlrate bankers, with an aggregate that was proved at the trial was so. And a Thoroughly Equipped spear lhat the ""' capital of $114,255,892, and aggregate de- nesday morning at eight o'clock we were National Bank of Stanford,' Mia. Lanqtky, the Jersey Lily, posit of $295,022,100, and with $14,870,745 on the Hudson Hirer Railway, daahlng "First along the river bank at high speed for our In the city ol btaniord, la lbs county of Lincoln may bo blessed with a pretty face but invested In United States bonds. snd H sis of Kentucky, has complied The wayoftransgrestorsiihard. Frank new destination. Can there be any thing rotUloc otths lUilnxl btatutca of will all Iba it the following description of her 1 the United wlib before James has been Indicted by the Federal on this or another continent more wonder- - la tea required to be compiled commence so lower liaabs is a faithful picture, tho ahall bs authorised to lha Where Every Product of the Country or banking: Grand Jury of the North Alabama district ful for varied beauty than this trip up the blessing ends at that: They were Nov, therefore, I. John Jay Knox, Comptroller iirjougai anasoia. la fact, for alleged complicity in the Mussel Shoals Hudson ? The dear LOItD gate his chil I tbe Currency, do hereby certify lhat Ike 'first quito nondescript; neither fat nor lean, robbery, and be will be taken there for tri- dren parlor car to rnjojr all In, and we Nalloual lUukof suolurd,ln ihecllyor Hlabfurd, we do a General ExIn tha county of Lincoln aud Diets or Kentucky, Is change Busibut unmistakably and al at the next term of tbe Federal Court. intensity of pleasure authorised tocoiumeoce the bualneie of bsnklng, ss took it in with that e protlded la aeetloo hundred, and illty-ulness disappointing. Tho knees stood out Mrs. TutIs, who is a neice of Qeneral thatonl; one cm lend who Is at perfect of Ida ttsrlsednutuusolths Called blatea. through our en-- . In tealluiouy wbercol, witness ruy hand and seal Bheruian, was seen to come out of an assig- peace In liiui. anions; tbe un- - tola alb day of October, ISe'i. romlnent too boldly. Below them the contour tire line, thus giv-in- ? JOIIM JAY KNOX. was irregular aud not comfortably nation house in St, Louis wjth F. T. Ingel- - surpassed views of mountain and river nee- No. 1,78. J Comptroller of tha Currency, our irade an advantage hart, who was subsequently shot and badly eery la tha CaUkill range, crpwnei by the even with tho most lax conception of wounded by Vet usually found anywhere else. J, 0. IIocksb, rrealdent, the injured husband. The two noble hotels looking as if built la the J. W. McALUTKB. Caahlar. the lines of beauty. The calves were gossips are having a fine time Jiiim J, Mcllomaia. AmU Cashlsr oier the very clouds. The legend of these rivals A Large Line of nearly the same size from the place affair. , for the favor of the Bummer traveling by a gentleman on the train, where they began to where they eud The total receipts of the Qorernment as told me FIRE IHSUR.ANCE AGENCY, ed; the ankles measured in circumfer- for the Isst fiscal year from all sources of runs thus i Until very recently there was ence as much as tho limb did a foot Internal reienue were $138,884,090, of but one, monopolizing the run of custom, Because your house, or your goods, or your lite slock, or other Now on Exhibition. hifher up. Tbo ludy wore leather which Kentucky contributed $10,529,831 and aa Is generally the case, prosperity and or Injuredtour Sre or property hats not bum burnt by lightning, la no guaranty that BMet,aBdao small part of the animal's The tax on distilled liquors alone was monopoly orougui uaugiitinesa ami inuis- - thiycatisoTbe. Uou't you think, U'cu,, that It I secure maaiamiy in CO. and on fermented liquors $10,163,-020- . poeuion io pieaae. a very wesuuy geotie' jUCB- hide from which they were manufac.bulJ occur r I offer you ibis BRUCE, The tobacco tax amounted to $47,- - man from l'b lauelphla, Who made tbe aiiaeioweai sane oMeinauie;a any nrawiaaajn. tured was required in their construc'101 Q9 u!..VvJ"l"VA,.",l72u.H! ..i.t. . laae your cuvirs. jm Jiiu,n, iHlLirn tion. i r....i.iii. uu uuuiwh icaun, iciuiuug ATTIIE"TmNFJUONT." viHuiu i.t.' o "'r"1 Stii-M!ibnftnorowmaI STANTOED, HOLIDAYS Collars and Cuffs GLAD TIDINGS Road Carefully tho Following Statement OF NTIIJIIIOHN FACTN t TIIK 'IRM OK Furnishing Goods Welsh, Wiseman Anil to srrompllih this, wlllsiipoeeof It & Co., . DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, At "In Txisxrr .o days, theVery Cases Under IVTany hats Will bed Incited January I, ISS1, ona memlier, st leel,oMhe firm hating determined TO (10 WK9T In elew of this change, wepropoiotacloaeeutoiiretockln 'W Cost. Ws from S.U.0OO to 110,000 In New Hiid DcNirnlilc If nil and Whiter Goods gnmU lhat trying todlt- To ear ilflr In thla war. UnitmWr II linot poseor, ouiinewnorooioy nr tntw i.Aimr.ni snii oiuur in caaTiiir, purchased In the Eaiiern Marketa All our 'Inn r iiAnnuir.i almost sll unbroken. In Dins complete soil ttoode wehatea lanrealock of Plain and Hrocads Velreie, nallnaand villi, Bhonlar Ualhi.raihmeree, At., In lhsntwMtanl moat ilealrebla aliadre. Ivmpletellneeof Hosiery, Ladies' anl (leoli Under wear ami Fancy tlonls f enerally . The largest anj moit complete ilork of Clothing, rriuf tow-lin- e S120,-000,00- LmiiCh'KiidC'hlltJrcH'riSliocH at Figure tliat Will ANteMlkli All HiMH Hats and Caps, Who price them. Centi' Clothi, Cawdmrreeand Hall at s pMltlte eaerlSee F.lrginl llns ol Cat peta si manufacturer' prlcee. Tha VfcKY CIIDICKSTitrleisnil qualities ol Oallcoes, Collooi, Bhixtlnfi, Olnghama, Ac, it prices hitherto pals fir lha uieanoit. iou viuriirciin inmrnu laving on vrrrj an.l true." vhoia thins; oo bur. Ws will mate NOMKW AlCUt'StTa, onlr ouroM frlfnJ.-'Ulhata (wen 1UIUOIIT wainow U l (IU nine and prompt, will wa crcllt until Januarr lit Our Mill (.'ASH and MUSI UltlMU UAMI. Aa our btiiioaoa mail ix woundup in the mil tj daji, all who oweuaare eamratlr re.untrl to (all and Mttla. IMn'l throw away mis opportunity ot laying to jour iiippllea st prices 1 'All IIKUJVV any offere--l heretofore. til WXaJLSlf, WINKMAN A CO. :FALJL: office-holder- self-eam- e Gloves and Ties, ANNOUNC'MENT :X8SS.: & 9 ! HV(aaJH n one-hal- Dry Goods, gHMBjpnr CHENAULT, Have jHMt I r State-room- SEVERANCE & GO. rccclTcd a very larKf nlock of pay-roll- Boots and Shoes, bone-settin- " ,7 FALL AND lrVINTER DRY GOODS, Rubber Goods, a i J CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Trunks andValises, I. lt t. Ken-tuckia- ..., .. Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c., &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. 11 " open-eye- .. "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, ........ pGl Underwear, THE Intact, there 1'OKTAKI.K ENCJIN'ii BA.Y& BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. AND DUB ABLE! (9aaBBBBaL evaai Holiday Goods, SOME 3,000 First National Bank. a m Is no Englae that onus's It for I'rlee, Hlmallclly, liurallllty sal, UelUble Work. It Is Juit TIIK EMOI.S K to Irlte PRINTING PRESSES 'BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBni CORN I SHELLERS, Wood NmvH, ElcvalorH, Feci! tallla, '' WaBBBBBBBBBBBBBrwaL4BI buil-ne- ei Grocery Cotton GIun, Department, orn Mills, CrcHiiiCafleN, liny I're.s.scH, 1 illy-on- ne WKmm ImtlicN, s&c. f Call n( The Interior JeuruHl OlHoo ami scooun el" tho tlculrable 1h operation. ItumctHljcr every KhkIhb bax ourgtmraHteo. Head It: We say to all purchasers that ws guarantee our Bookwslter Knglnee to be wall and substantially ruadei tobs safe, sluble, durable sad complete In construction, to work well sod giro the full power claimed when properly attached and uianagal, Weiuakglha abota guarantee, and sell on the Mlow. lag conditions, tla wlllglte thepurthaMrthe Brat 3(1 daya after the arrlfltof the Lnglue to glta a fair aud sallifaotory trial) Iu cas the Luglna falls In come np io our guarantee, wa will take back It Logins, refund etery dollar recalled on Ibe Koglue, prutlded the purchaser returns Iba Euglnslo the bis neareei railroad aUllou. aud Iratee It subject to our order by tbs cloas Ol said S3 day a' trial, t'erlaluly no luau could a k fvra mora liberal oiler and central t U-I- putt-US- Christmas Goods OMOr-d,m,- WAREEN& SUoree Power Engine snd Hollar, iU-lloPuwsr Engine and Uolftr Power huglne aud Holier LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Tr"f"' " I tor further 03 tf ., il(orMfowrKlgli,tJ ,.,..., . ., ..... ... . biUr... IHIItered ii car at Pnrlugfleld, Ohio Information and deecriptlra pamphlet, aidreaa the uauufasturera, Vljjjn r MM,.J,aIl ,tIM . 00 UM a(IO liA itf 00 JAM Ett &EFFEL. 4i CO., NprlHgHeltJ, Okie. Fiirit OrrrEiw at McAllatcr A Bright', 3 REUSIOtlS, Arrr.r In any quantity, 76a per hrwhel, at .McAllsler A HrlghtV Friday Morning, For Bale Doccmber 1, A good grade cow Bruce. an ex- 1882 tra milker. Geo. II. Li H. LOCAL TIME CARD. Passenger trains North. " " South. LOCAL N0TICC5. ,tlr.K M 1. M. For Kkntv The residence now occupied by Mrs. E. B. Caldwell. For lerm, Ac, cation her. cook stores, heating tore and grate Juat received by A. Ows-leLow price. A LA I nor variety of .i Unci.r Kk Moltonrim adding to the appearance of hi home, H. W. corner Main d nj Bllwware at and Depot itreeU, by giving It a rnn A McAlliter'. coat of paint. Watchi, Clock and Jewtlrr repaired It. It. Meetind The clllxen of Mc and warranted by rnnj A McAllsler. Kinney and vicinity will meet there on the lot ol Zelalsr'a Shoe Jiut fd and for sale al J. II. AH. II. HhsnW. 0th for the purpose of discussing the proHtamoahii Hlifrt Muilc, Vocal and In- posed railroad and decide a to right strumental, for 10 ctntu at Penny A Ac. Ac. Mcllolxrls A Hugg. Nrw alock of Jewelrjr much-neede- Hot Paint of Penny A McAllattr. Huy jour inmun!ttoo of all klnil from (all ttttlf McAI-laler's. TllANKMltVINU DAY broke beautifully and clearly, the hill and A HUggV dale adding lirightnraa to the raj a of the tun. A mini there wa but little ob. PERSONAL. MR.J.II.Mnxr.n I In Atlanta, da. rrvance of the day here. The Bank were closed and the Poaloflice partially, while Minn Ella Evans I vlilllnrf friend an interesting union meeting wa held here. MimCora HANDtixiR I llie Riiettl of the Baptist church at 10:30. All thealorea were kept open and If the ownera "praised Hie Mlasea Dinwiddle. Mn. Ciiarlm MtTCAi.rr I tMttng God from whom all blessing flow," they did aa without any outward manifestation. hi brother, Thomas Metcalf. Miu. R.T, llocitEsran ha cone to Carvixo a Nroiio.-O- Id man Matt III Lotileville to tIiII her tinier. att got on a tear Wednesday morning and Miw. DrC A. 0. Huffman returne.1 to proceeded to carve the colond woman who herhoma In I'eabodr, Kt Tuesday, keep home for him, Either Slunk. The LirjUEllRiotiT went orer to Lan- Mm cnt while long and ngly looking Is not caattr yelerday to tIsU Mr. J. O. Thomp- deep, but the wonder la that he had not son, MtMia Mou.ie J)UKJf of lllchmond, killed her on the spot. He wi ai reeled and Vlrsjle Ileppert of Mt. Vernon, are and at hla examining trial before Judge Brown, he win held to the Circuit Court on with the Mine Dinwiddle. Mk.and.Miw A. A. McKinney went the charge of cutting and wounding with up to Hlehmond to eatThanksglflng tur- intent lo kill and in default of $100 ball, waa lodged in jail. key with Mr. Ja. I. McKinney. C. A. Kcdd, Vji one of the most tub The train wu an hour late, yeiterday tantlal of Ilockcaslle's many worthy morning and yet no bulletin announcing wa here a day or two tliU week. the fact wa displayed at the depot. The Mm. Hr.rxr. and her two daughter, Uat Leglalature passed a law, requiring Missis Ada and Sophia, of JaeksonTllle, III. railroad companies to )Kt a notice, giving were gueata of Mr. Judge K. W. Drown. inch Information if a train a much a Mil. D. V. HoLMMof Crab Orchard, 30 minutes late, but it aeema that the agent wilt please, accept our think fir the copy here I rather dIoed to pay no attention of the IsrwiioR Journal of Not, 8, 1878, lion to such amill authority. We pro- for which we advertised to complete our poe to lest toe matter and compel him to file. accommodate the public to that extent at Mim Annik IIrowx aud Judge T. 1'. least, even though it be so exceedingly disTbanWgWIng Hill, Jr., went orer to tasteful lo him te their righta in who I attending Mary Drown, with Ml particular. Mia any Hamilton College at Lexington. who by pretending to The old Mattle Vandi-e- er accompanied them to iltil her liter. MIm Bailie, alo a pupil of Ham- be in search of an investment in Kentucky ilton. land, has victimlied not a few of our cred ulous farmers, ha at las, got to the end of LOCAL MATTERS. hla row, having gone Just a little too far in Go TO the "Twin Front." Barren county where he wa arreated and lodged in jail aa a common awindler. The Lahd vans cheap at A. Uwiley'. name he give there la Capt. John D. Con-leNew lot of Cloak and Dolman at hut it wa Gelger when he waa in Gat. A CbV Severance rard and wore off valuable shawl belongII o rr A lo Mill I changing boilera but ing to Mr. J. II. Arnold, after getting free board for several week. Hi age and hon (Saturday.) will run est look have helped him wonderfully in Two little mow hare fallen thi week, hi extensive operation. one Tuesday and the other Wednesday. lieu;-uld clll-aen- s, Lahou stock of Window (Hum, all sites. Double thick rIss for flower pita. Penny A McAlliter. Jl'rr recehed a new lotof cloaka for and cbildrtn and a fine lot of Dolman. J, II, AH. II. Shanks; (lnr.AT KrniTTioN In sheet music; CO, 75 and$l music now sold at 6 cent. die and on good piper, at Mcllobtrta Wanted. We want you to bring ua apple, iotatoe, cabbage, onion, egg, butler, we buy every thing in the vegetable and produce line and pay the highest market price cntk for it. McAllsler dressed turkeys A Iter. J M llrure will preich al Crab Orchard Sunday morning next. Prof. Brooks, of the IUd House Observatory, in behalf of astronomical 'tlctiee and astronomer, IsVs that prayer 1 offered Sunday next In all the churches for clear weather on the 6th of December, the date of the transit of Venu. The earnest, eloquent sermon of Rev. H.Allen Tupperatthe Baptist church have already produced a decidedly religious feeling in the community, that I telllne night ly In the drawing of soul to the Cross. We went to press before the close of the service last night and our report therefore does not Include iU harvest, but to thla writing there have been 10 confessions and addi-tlo- r by letter. Omitting Iho-- e whose name we gave last Issue, the .following lalhellal: Mlsae) Finale Hita,NellleOalBes, Kate Hall, Ida SrglerTEIIza lout, Llzile Farrts, Belle Hutchinson; Mr. J. E Farris, Mrs. Kata Johnston W.M, Bright, Hatn'l. Hardin. Ilobt. Hall, J. H. McAliater, Jno. Joe I tout, Jr., J. M. Cooper and Mis Sue Warner. -e, NEW FALL AND WINTER OF &0., AT STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, . Xj"yfXlLE:ilS. Farm For Salel I oRer for sale rrlrately my firm of SIS acre on Iilz Itlrrr. 4!i mltea Eaitol Stanford, within s half mile of tbe new turnpike niw llDg constructed from Stanford lo rrrachersTtlle. An exfrom the dwelling to th pike. cellent dirt-roa- d IiulMlngs are brick and frame, with 10 rooms. Well watered with fine springs som ot them meda, ical water. Iroprotements the fencing. Terms liberal. Address Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. Duck Massey with Miss Lutic Duke; Jim Dunlap with Mis Laura Calloway; Cousin Fannie Head with Mis Mary Shelby; Edgar Cool Newlln with Miss Alice McGrorty; Gambler Owens with Miss Sallie Cook; Jumbo Metcalf with Ml Mat- tie Fisher; Shelby Tevis with Miss Mary Fisher. W, 0. Price looked after Lucien Logan with Mis Annie McAlliter; John Injun Samuel with Miss Matlie Duke; Bleepy Harlan with Miss Lavinia McFer- ran; Winiton Wyoming Wiseman with Miss Kadie Page, of Ellzabethtown: Mr. Soavely with Miss Lfoa Taylor, Male with Miss Mary Chandler; Shack Lee with Min Chandler. Will Thomas came with express company himself and Will Vanghan and XV'IH Baughman had just a good company a he. Crowd; Wei-slger I ' I Mn, Kato Dodderer, Lincoln County Lancaster strert, Stanford, Kentucky, and beiutlful or Bright. LAHD. STOCK AHD CROP. Millinery tb latest itylcs, and no lady who Intends buying anything In her line should fall lo call on her. Triers as low sain 10 veal. Hhelt thankful tor pent and bopcaler their rontlnusnr lira. Mollis Myera has cbaige ol the Mantua-Makin- g department, which lia aufflclent guarantee that her will And nocauselor complaint. SMf new llnodiofemydeeriptlon-eTrrythlng- ta dally rcfltln I hare sold ont my Bakery and Confectionery business In Stanford, and would lake Ita. a Is tor If all persona Indebted to me wonld come forward and settle st once. 1'lenie attend to this. H. V. DAWNOX. Important Successor ! HK.S.NAKA1ICUOK. or call on Including WM. DAUGHERTY to Daugherly A Ben. y, Eubank sold to A. 8. Myera a lot of butcher bog al 0 cents. Joel Faulkner of Boyle look the premium on cattle corn at Commissioner C. E. Bowman's show at Frankfort: Dr. Tabler bought 30 fat hog from J. E, Bruce at 0 cent and there have been numerous other sales at that figure thi week. Stanford. Lincoln county ky. Holme., Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - NTANFOIU), - - KENTUCKY, MiRcriCTDaara or- -- Fine Carriages. Buggies, With a Full Corps of Teachers, This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on the Id Mnndsy In September neiU ALL TUB BRANCUEffOF Propr. J. E. Bruce put 200 lbs. a head in 70 day on a lot ol hog he fattened for Henry Baughman, and got 6 cent per pound for It. John M. Hall sold to It. IT. CrossGeld of Lawrenceburg, 15 scrub cattle at$19and 71 scrub ewes at $3, H. N. Ware sold to same 20 scrub cattle weighing 805 lbs., at 4 cents. Warren Graves of Scott county sold to Simon Long of Cincinnati, 68 head of cattle averaging 1,628 pounds, at $5 CO per cwt. Twenty yearling mule sold in same county at $77.50 0ARRARD COUHTT. THOB0UOHENGUSHC0URSE ArtUufht, as well as MUSIC, THE LANOOAOE8. DRAW-INAND PAINTINQ. Q snd J. II. Bean tell ti that he haa sold since the first of June over 100 pounds of butter, the produce of one cow, besides supplying his family of four persona with milk and butler. Ml. Sterling Stntenel, In Cincinnati, the cattle market is quiet at cents for common; cent for good to choice butchers; 4 0 for common to choice fjilrpt-r-- ; foratockera and feeders. The favorable packing weather haa given tone to the hog market, and the figure are higher. Selected butcher and heavy shipper, $C5'.)(G 75; packers, SO 30fl.5O; common, $5.35,C 10. The demand for sheep Is light at cent. Stock sheep, 21(5)3,. Lambs are dull at 1J2 J 2j4 Che-naul- raised this year on his Sloner farm 29 acre of corn that averaged 20 bbl. per acre by actual measurement. D. 0. Barrow ha rented the Sutton farm of 100 acre at o 60 per acre for Ihe He cultivate 70 acres. Prew itt AGaltskill have purchased COO barrels corn in the Thompson Station neighborhood at $2.10 per barrel Jn thefield. About 300 head of cattle on the streets county court dav;thebet brought 5 cents, some good feeders sold at 4 to Clark Democrat. r. 3J5. It. Sphar W. 4c BOTLE COUHTT. Danrille. Knisii ralaln, currant, citron and.otber THEY WILL MARRY. John lteed celebrated Thanksgiving fancy groceries for Christmas cakeat A. License have been iaaued for the marriage yeiterday by leading to the altar Mis Belle Ow.leyV of Overton L. Walkin to Mis Sallie Har Braxdale, at the residence of her father, V. SquinrW. K. Cawo.n ha rented hit B. Braxdale. Mr. lteed ia the man who mon; John T. Walston to Miss Mary 0. below, to II. C wa recently acqulted of the murder of Wade; Isaac M Myers of Bryantsville to house, with alore-rooMis Sallie Welch or Danville. All on the Kupley, for $.'100 Cam ltowsey. 29th. Next week there will be another John W. Walla and Mis Sarah Ellen Da, J. H. Owsley ha purchued of Wm. C8 to 37. Some glrla marry for lore, some Craig the house and lot occupied by Geo. Walls, a pretty little aweet tixteener, were married yesterday In the Circuit Clerk' for gold but this one get the Stiles. II. Bruce for $1,800. riRdT and last. office by Itev. 1. 8. McElroy. V. E. Var-no- n JcsTltrcElvru New mince meat,crack acted aa beat man, while J. I'. Bailey The first entertainment evergiven in James ed wheat, oat meal, howlnr, grit, prune, gave the bride away, both taking a kia-fro- m Hall waa by Alf Burnett's troupe; and as the Hall ia to be connected with Robert-aonV- tf currint, ralaln, citron, Ac., at McAli.ter her pouting lips for their piy. ry goods store, hi performance on AUright'.. DEATHS. .ilonuay nignt will be the last. Although a favor OcRCORUMro.NDE.XT9 will confer Withers. A foreshadowed by a h between these, happening there wi an in by grouping llama of a almllar nature toreferred to in our issue of Tuesday, terval of sixteen years, It I spoken of as a gether. For lntance, put all peronalaln The; local Bsird of Health the wont fear were realized, for ft second coincidence atock Itenn in one message told that Jamea Withers waa no more, hie death having occurred at BethYou HAY e aold your hog, your wheat any College, W. Va., .t 1 r. M. on the 23th. and perhaps your corn and atlll your paper His diiease waa typhoid pneumonia, of it unpaid for. We need the money; therewhich he lufTered two weeks, and although fore please, call In when you come to court watched orer by kind frienda and tenderly next Monday and do a you proaaised. nursed by a loving aiter,Mra.Mary Bowman, i New Yeah Cam. We hare a hundred nothing availed. Cruel, remomleu death varlellea of the moat beautiful New Year had claimed him for hi own, and decreed card, ranging in value from 25 cent per that la the morning of life, when apparentpack, with your name printed on them, to ly entering upon a career that promlaed ao $5 for a tingle card. Call and examine. much for usefulness and good, be must yield up hla young life, which waa so lovof MARRIAGES. Bryantuille. The distilleries in this vicinity are getting ready for a run, but not so large as usual. Tbeyare paying $1.85 lo $2 per barret for corn delivered. Mrs. Elizabeth Mulllns, wife of the late Dr. Mulllns, for many year a resident of thi place and mother of .Mrs. Wm. died suddenly at her home in Trenton, Mo., a few daya ago. Isaac Myers, a worthy widower of thla neighborhood waa married to Miss Sallie Welch of Danrille last Wednesday. Married on the morning of the 23d Inst, by Itev. Jamea Crow, Jeremiah Maginnis to Miss Sarah J. Hall. No cards. Personal. Mrs. Jennie O'Bannon of Silver Creek is with her slater, Mrs. Clara Kobinson. Mies Mamie Dunn, who attends school at Hamilton College, was at the Itobinson-We- at nuptials. Miss Emma Arnold of Lancaster, spent some days with friends at Burnt Tavern. Miss Ella Bark-lea moat charming young lady of Eminence, is visiting at her uncle's, H. B. Campbell. "Uncle Josh" Dunn sold a few days ago, a Red Wilks colt to his son Wllse, for $200. Sheriff Higginbolham sold last week in this place 4 bbls. brandy at from $210 to $2.20 per gallon, the property of S. J. Brown, levied upon by Faulkner Holmes of Lincoln. Thomas Herring bought of B. F. Robinson a few days ago 5 acre of land al $100 per acre. Land la still on the boom in this section. Allen Burnaidesold two large beef cattle weighing 32C0 lbs., to Jessie Fox for 5 cent per lb. This quality of cattle was selling a short lime since at G cents. The reception tendered Mr. George B. Robinson and hi elegant bride on their return from their Western tour, at the home of Ihe groom's father, Mr. B. F. Robinson, wax In every particular a success and a most enjovable a flair. There was not a large ciowd expected, only a few relatives ol the contracting parties and their most intimate friends. Miss Mamie Dunn the honors of entertaining moat creditably seeing that all were made to feel at home. Mr. Robinson and wife will begin housekeeping the first of theyear at the E. F. Gaines farm. We extend our best wishes to the happy couple; may their's be a life of success and never ending Happi Ber-kel- e, This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND Itt Proprietor ii - it Shall be Second to no Determined Country-Hote- l that TERMS MODERATE. BO; IreparaUuy, tJO, and Collegiate, IN. In Tuition. nrlcM ranjra from reeular Departments. Primary, 125. TIS; to ISO In th Intermediate in the State in ita Fare, Appointment, or Attention to Comfort of their Gnetti. AND PHAETONS. WAGONS 0F" ALL KINDS. MBS. For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, address N, o. TKCEIIEAKT. Stanford. Lincoln Co., Ky. I'rlMrtpnl Baagage will be centered to and from thedepot We manufacture Carrlagea of all descriptions, employing only first-cla- ss workmen and using free ofebarg.. Special arcommodatlona to material, and aell at reasonable to Commercial Trartler. The Bar will be only first-claalwaya supplied with the choicest figures style, workmsnihlpand material cnneld- YIH. IIAIIUIIKRTT. III braadaof Lleaoraaid Cltars. N. Y. Weekly Herald OXtJ DOI.XUK A YKAIt. news of the Daily IIcrsMand Is arranged In bandy The circulation of this popular newspaper Is Increasing. It contains all tho leidlns tekvwji lute I WmM sra- - departments. Embraoe peclsl dlipstrbes the glob Under the hoadot MlllS roitmux from all quarters The SITIiVIBLE! ol Are glten the telegraphic dlspatchea t Ihe week from all parts of the Union. This feature slone mskesibeTiIK WfcEKLY 1IKUALD the most Taluable chronicle In the wnrld.aa It Is thechesp- cat. Every w.ekli glten sfilthlul report of Embracing complete and coraprehentlte dlipalcb-r- s lrom Washington, Including lull reports of the speeches ol eminent polltlclana on Ibe queitloni of the hour. Of the Weekly UersM gltes the latest aa wellaa the moat practical aupgesllone end dlicoterlea relating to tb duly of Ihe farmer, hlnta for railing cattle, poultry, gralo, trees, Trpetables, Ac, Ac , with euggestloLa for keeping building and farming ntenslla In repair. This Ii aupplemeoted by a well edited department, widely copied, under the head of AHKMCAS XKWK Having bought out S. II. Baugliiiietii, wo will keep on hand a nice lot of Ilorses and Buggies, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Ilorses by tho day or week. We are also In TI-IE-. POLITICAL XF.llS, TUB FAItM HRPARTMKST And will swap for all kinds of Feed, Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A, X. NUN Respectfully, 8TA$?r. COAL T3R.IE35 jstemeit, Gltlng reclpeaforcractlcal dishes, hints for making clutblng and for keeping up with the litest fashions at the loweit price. Krery Item of cooking or economy suggested In this department la practically tested by experts before publication. Letters from our Paris snd London correspondents oo the rery latest Isihlons Tho Home Department of the Weekly Herald will sate the housewife more ihsn eue hundred times the price ot the paper. The latere ita of Tin: no sir., B, K, WEAREN, " JUNDERTAKER", AMD ness. Samuel Johnson, Louisville, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters haa done more to relieve me of vertigo and dizziness than any medicine I ever tried." Certificates of election have been Issued to six and four democrats, who will compose the Virginia Congressional delegation. DK MAIN ST., STANFORD, Are looked alter, and erery thing telatlng to mechanics and labor Bating la carefully recorded. Tbete Is a page deroted to all Ihe latest phases of Haa Just rccclTcda full line of Tulor Suites, Chamthe btitlnesa marketa, crops, merchandise, Ac, Ac. ber Suites, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash stands, A Taluable feature Is found In thesprclslly reported prices and condltlona ol best Cotton Mattresses, lamp Btsnds,Corner Brackets, Cent e Tables, Kztenslpn TaTHE VIlODVCi: MAKKr.T. bles, El tension Tables, Tartar Chain, DinSnorting news at home and abroad, together with a story etery week, a sermon by some emiing Chain, Ac. I also keep constantly on hand nent dltlDe, literary, inutlcal, dramatic, personsl and sea note. There I no paper in the world A lull line of Ilobc, Bhroudi, Coffins and Casket. which contains so much nawa matter etery week I also keep on band tbe celebrated Bjyd Burglar as the Weekly Herald, which Is sent, postage free, gor one dollar. You can aubscribe at any time. Proof Grate Vault, guaranteed to bo perfect pro ,A The New Ycrk Herald In a weekly form, one tectlon from terniloe, ground borce.gophcrs, damp-nes- s sajrr dollar a year. Addree and burglars. NEW YOBK HEItALD. Broadway and Ann Btreel, New York. I sell at figure that cannot be beaten. Call end aee me. Orders by telegraph promptly attruded to TUB HKILLKU LAnoil Dealer in Furniture, jySPSaSA'7?l3IiaMlsH MoiuHaawMSniiiHBjaau.rreBSBB HHHHHMHBSje-HjeTfl- e 1831 flfil0" 1883 1 COUNTItY GENTLEMAN! tux sen oir tuk Agricultural Weeklies. The Country Gentleman ta the leading Journal E. the uma piragrapb, ill paragraph, Ac Mr. A. 0. McKobert In Vermillion county, Ind., wa dealroyed thla week. The entire family were alwent and eeery thing wa loot (are the clothing they had on. Mr. Mcltoberl' many frienda in thi vicinity, where he waa born and railed, will regret to hear of hi tniafortune. As THE holiday approach the young people are turning their tboughta to gaiety and already several enjoyable aoclablea have been held. At Mr. It. It. Gentry' Tuesday night a very delightful little danoe waa given in honor of MIm Sue Bedford and at the St. Aaaph Wednesday night, tho Miaae Dinwiddle entertained their frienda in a very agreeable manner. The avowed object of the party waa lo ill up to watch the atara fall, but the atara were entirely forgotten In the other enjoy ineota of the evening. The house and content Title Kailuoau. Adair county la wide awake to the importance of securing the propoaed railroad, and ill committee teem to be compoaed of live and spirited men. In the Sjteclator of Wednesday it report through Messrs. It, C. Baker and J. 11. Ulnduian, among other thlnga, aa followa I "Since our appointment considerable work haa been done by in and the other gentlemen, and the right of way with the exception of a few neighborhood, pretty well through the county on the probable route. In donation, cash haa been subscribed to over two thouiand dollar. A number ol luUcriptlona have been taken to furnish lien for the road; and aUo prill-leg- e of eton and gravel. We think we cm ecure further donation In cub, and wt have alo promise of donation in timbered land." ingly ectertwlned with thoe of his father and alatera, and leave them to sorrow, almost at their loss. Jamea Wither waa the only son of Horace 8. Wither, Eiq and waa born April 10, 1807, When 10 year of age be gave hi heart to hla God and. united with tie Christian Church of thla place. Alwayaa tnanly little fellow, be had alnea entering Bethany College, year or more ago, developed so much beanty and force of character that it wa hard to realize that he waa but a little over 15 year of age, and hla father, who had always fdoljicd hiqi, bullded bright hope of the future for hlw whom he had ao fondly trusted should erpetuate hia honorable name. But man propose and God dispone, aud the gray haired parent haa looked for the lat time on the face and form be loved ro well and teen hla fondeit brightest hope daihed put forever.. When he arrived, at hit bidald on Saturday last, the brightening of hit eye told that he recognized hi father, but the tongue had ceased to perfurni ita functions and followed in a short time. Hi life at the college haa been a mot exemplary one, and principal and professor unite in teatlfylng to hla gentle deportment and Christian virtuea. HI afllicted father and liters, then, grieve not aa thoae without hope, for they know that In the maniloe4 of the bleat he await Ihem, and with the redeemed etanda ready to greet thein on the other ihore, .May they And consolation lo Uila and in the sympathy ol loving friends, who sorrow with them In their great bereavement. The reaiaiaa arrived letev ling, and thi morning after services at his home bv Eld.W. L. Williams at 10:30, will be laid by hi mother' and slater's In Buffalo Cemetery, broken-hearte- of American agriculture. In amount and practiSNiriEDTHE AIR cal tslue of contents, In extent snd ability of corTO THE respondence, laquallty or paper andalyleof pubAround Bell Seminary and says there is no lication, It occudles the FIIIST rank. It Is mere danger from scarlet feyer. The room to bare Tax -of Lincoln Co. chief dltlilons no superior In either of the three of in which the patient was quarantined have been thoroughly cleansed and fumigated Cropm ami l'roeeaaca, HortiAfter tb lit day of December I shall proceed to farm and aa no new case have appeared in the COLLECT TAXES BY ENFOItCINCI THE LAW. culture mid Vrutt'Uroictnii) Live Stoeknntt Hatrutng, community for the last ten daya or more, If you bsvn't th money, borrow from your neighWbllolt aim Includes all minor department of Mr, and Mrs. Allen think there will be no bor, fur I Intend to levy aud enforce th lTjr, aa the I'oultry 100-rural J.N. MENEFEE.S. L.C. ogy, Interest, suchGreenhouse and Yard, Entomol(Jrapery, Vetrisk in opening the school on Monday next. erinary llepllea. Farm Questions and Auwers, So let the Sualea and Lizzies and Katie Fireside Reading, Domeailo Economy, snd a of the Nowi of th- - Weea lis Market and Mary and Sallies all come back are unusually complete, and much attention Crops, aa throwing light to the The railroad men often speak of Tbta la to notify tb puUteeDerally that I bits f paidthe moat rrospecla of of all questions When Important Inienttd a new and orlf Inil Torpedo and a Torpe- upon WILD TRAINS Sell. It Is liberally Illustrado dun, with which tho torpedo can be thrown toBuy and when toto eupply In a continually Inted and And the train on the Cincinnati from tb mollis a bomb, and tb projectile will creasing Is Intended In the beat aense of the term, degree, end water Southern must be one of that kind. It ia explode aa readilybeIn mad toas on land, and It can so llmtd aa to taplode to any glten te advertised to appeal at Danville at 2 min length of time. At the proper time I will apply A Llvo Agricultural Nowspapor. tor s Caveat and Patent, until which dale I claim utea after 2 r. M., but 1 more liable to my Intention aa belonging lo myself ezclutlrely, 1 The Volume of tbe Country Gentleman for 1682 alto ana an persons are nereuy wsrneu noi w aiiempi waa greatly ENLAKUED by Increasing Us concome any other time than that. from IS to 29 psgee wenUy.but the terms still an lnfrlQnuit.it -of tur- rlchti. . ... n. . tinue aa followa. when paid atrlctly In adtancei 100- has abvkbtikmkstk. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oppnod a Fino Stock of Consisting of Payers BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, Also, a Nico Lino of lt NOTICE of CAVEAT. sum-ms- two-tw- o I am opening daily a Full line ot tbe Best Goods in tho Market, to bo sold at Bottom Prices. Call and examine TIM W-- HIGGINS. Salesman. CARFETS.OIL. GLOTHS.TRUNKS TUB PARTY -t j, j. AKHKnrA.Buniora,jf. . Given by the girls at James Hall on Tuesday night brought together as handsome and elegant a crowd of young ladle and gentlemen aa ever assembled in Danville Aa dancing was to be the order, Price's Or chestra waa on the stage and some severity exhibited in the waxing of the floor, The general chaperon were Mr.and Mrs. Julian McGoodwin,Mr.andMra. Will Kowlaod, Mr. Mr. W. G. Dunlap, Dr. and MrsWar-reMr, and Mra. J. B, McFerrao, Mr. and Mn. Chas Cecil. An elegant supper had been prepared at Gilcher'a and during Ihe intermission it wai partaken of. The girl deserve all the nice things that have been said about tbenij or perhaps it would be beat te sum it all up in the apt quotation by Miaj iKitheticaln the gallery; SALE! or VALUABLE COAL LAND. As Executor ol R. M. Bradley, deed,, Ooe copy one year, fi.tto; four copies, $10, snd an additional copy for the year free to the aenderof the club; ten copies, l.M, and an additional copy ikr in year ireo ui me acuu.r 01 iuo muu. S)A11 new subscribers for liS3 paying In now will reeelrs tbe paper weekly troui re- ceipt of admittance to January I, 1833. without charge ipeciuien copies freefcu Address 93- - LimiKK -- rubllibers, tiicuck a N.Y, Albany, woy w Shelf at DEALEB IN Lancaster, Ky., en I will, in TllV- MONDAY, DEOEMHElt 18, '82, Expo for Ml to th best and highest bidder about 3SO Arret of Taluable Coal Land, lying Immediately upon th Knoxtlll branch of the Ioulstllle A Nsshflll Kill road, In Laurel county. Ky.. embracing the lend upon which la situated Faulkner A McLean's Mills timber reserved. Th aal will be made oa a credit of and II montba, bonde ot equal Installments with good security, bearing per cent. Interest from day of sale until paid, required of purchaser, aud a lien retailed. 98-- td W. O. BKAULKT. Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELTERS, Iron, n, HOUSE NIIOEN, 1IOKNE NHOE N'AlI.N, Cut Nailsf Buggy Spokes, Rims, BLOOD lor all Diseases Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, I I "IT IS BEAOriKI'L." will try to tell who was with whom, and believe I got them all. Walker Fry PUBLIC SALE or chaperoned Cuter Metcalf with Miss So phie Bright; Jim Buckden Guest with Miss Lee McGrorty; Foreverhart Hundley with Miss Mary Dunlap; Will Dad Welsh with Mlu Nannie Bright. Dt. Bogle chaperon ed Store Dick Dunlap with Miss Mary Strahan; Henry N. Y. Evan wlh Miss Mary Irvine: Boot Tunis with Miss Mat-ti- e Kenny; J. Sherwood Hundley with Mis .MiUie Bent; Billy Bell with Mr, lionta of Cincinnati; Doe Barbour with Miss Utile Brown of Cincinnati. Sam Warren watched over Fish Samuels with Miss Pinkie Metcalf Coley Cole was in that laHiitl, ISank A Stock, Ac. 1882, Executor of J. U. Owsley, deed., we will sell at Th Great Indian Herb Kerned public auction, on of tb Stove Tinware, Fruit Jars Grpceries, Salt, Lime, QUEENS WAEE, GLASSWARE, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, MONDAY, At't'b DECEMBER 18. Liver, NtetHacb, doerYo Da'atlU,' Cuurt-UouAcreaof Laud, situate bn the Iiantllla and Man- turnpike roL z&nillea from Dantllle, lUuUulleotry.J W.Uutstand Westlsy iord will point ut th J. W.. Uuest, boundary lloelo partite wishing to look, at the land.' Also it the same Urn and place, will aell tail (10) Shares of stock la th Central National Bank of Dantllle. Alsoat tb Court-tfoudoor InSlanlord.on MONDAY, JAN, I, IMS, (County Court day) 11 Share cf atock laths r'armsrsNa- y lerua mad xoowa iiooaj ux oi siaawru, i.) UldHcy.fSklu HHtl llleotl. Comont, &o. Also ti.. Curea lb uost oUllnat and lot. tents forma ol Disease arising from Disordered Secretions, Impure Blood and want of ton la the Siteui, It Kegulatse the Hovels, It I'urlte th Blood, It Acts oo, tbe Kldn.;s,lt I'romote Dlgtlou. THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, GENTJrLVE A Safe, Jf ertsmif JbRellubleMemedy, & CO., Lexington, Ky. U cIloimsT A 8tqo, Agta., Stanford, Ky. 83-lbold by Druggists ctcrjwbcrs. Prepared by rjIVK J And tho CHIZjIEU PlaOW. Roofing, Oatter H. II. BARNES oupyorIl. N-- ll JAt'UH UIIKNT,! J, H. UVTMLKV, "" None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal, ing, &c, done on short notice. T. M. JOHNSTON, Salosmon, DAVID tsKINNES, fieri loving ner tor Iter own k as SmMMItthli! $nlmor$ounraI well an for tho kindly help and good offices sho was alnays receiving from tho deft and willing hands of tho young girl. In tbo storo-roothat sacred Friday Morning, December 1, 1882 retreat which hor foot was never to invade tbo latter wo to bo fonnd on "company days "busy and happy as a atOTHr.ten nars. bee ; with alcoves tucked half way up Tee, I know then are atatne on my carpet, her plump arms, her heavy crapo skirts Th trace of email, muddy boot stowed away under ono of tho old lady's glowing, e And your fair tapretry And potlee with Bower and frulta. And 1 know that my walle are dleflgured With print of email finger and hende And that your own houachold mot truly In Immaculate purl! atande. "Well, except in th Httio make, p t know that my parlor ! littered Will many eld treaanrr and tori, Will yon f own U In dalntleet ordet, Unharmed by the pretence, of boy. And And I know that my room la Invaded Quito boldly an honra of the day) While yon alt In yonra unmolrated And dream the eoft quiet away. Tea, I know there are fonr little WMf Where I moat aland tratchfal each night, While you (O out In your carrleg e, And flash In your drawee ao bright. Now, I think I'm a nral little woman ; And I like my Louie orderly, too; And Iln food of all dainty belonging, Tet would not ehango place with you. Not keep your fair home with tta order, Ite freedom from bother and noleej And keep your own fanciful leleure, Ilut gire me my four aplcndld bora. THIS ECCENT1UG 11 A CI11SL Oil. was a living specimen of tbo F typical old bachelor, a pcraonago moro often met with in tbo pages of fiction than in real lifo ; lean and sharp visaged of aspect, crusty and cynical of temper. Ho was, moroovor, on avowed oddity; ono of tbo privileged class who, by virtue of this reputation, can do what others daro not without exciting snrpriso or giving oflenso ; whose eccentricities are met with a shrug of tbo shoulder and the remark, "What clso can yon expect of on oddity liko mo?" lie was an unpopular man, receiving scant sympathy ; yet capable, nevertheless, of kind and generous acts, performed on the condition that they wero to bo kopt strictly secret and that ho was never to bo thanked for them. Woo betide the recipient of a favor to whom it was brought homo that ho had mentioned tho same to any one, or extolled the kindness of his benefactor I Tbo unlucky wight ouco detected in thus giving vent to his gratitndo had taken tho surest method of cutting himself off from further help. He never got an other chance. Our old bachelor enjoying, as wohavq said, the privileges of eccentricity, i excited no surprise when, on ono occai sion, after an absence from home, ho wrote to inform his servants an old couplo tho hod lived with him for years that ho would bo accompanied by a widow lady, who was likely to make a long stay in his house, and for whom apartments wero to be got ready. capacious holland aprons, and lappets pinned high over her head, while, laughing merrily at tho queer figure sho mrulo of herself, sho worked away at tho cakes and sweets, taking a world of tronblo off tho poor housekeeper's hands. "And so thoughtful sho is, and gay; bless hor," his wifo would tell old Jolin. " Sho'll como tripping up to me, and Now, do as you're bid,' sho'll say playfully, forcing mo down into my big chair. 'Sit down and rest, there's an bid dear, and tako your tea. I'm not going to let yon do a turn more' And then sho'll work nway, her tonguo going all tho timo as fast ns her fingers; running on n tout her mother and her home, her flowers and pets, dogs and birds, and what not, but never a word about husband or marriod days. And if I touch upon them, or ask a question, sho'll get quite silent and strango-hk- o in a minute, and turn off tbo subject as if it burned hor. Perhaps for all sho's so merry on tbo outsido she's fretting for him that's gone, and can't to talk of him." ' Nothing of tho sort 1" cried old John. "Don't you goto think such stuff. Bho'd tako a husband mark my words. And it's my opinion there's a young gentleman comes to this house that has a fairish chance, Ho's deeper uto swcot upon her. I haven't oyos in my head for nothing, and I sco plain sho doesn't disliko him, or hold horself up distant from him, as sho docs from 1 "And a pretty upset she'll makol" exclaimed the dismayed old housekeeper. "A fussy, middla-ageparty, nq doubt, ordering and interfering and wanting to have everything her own way; which she won't get, John, as long as yon and I con prevent her. Shell be a clever madam if sho gets her foot inside of my store-roowhilo there's locks and bolts to keep her out, I can d m tell her 1" " Don't youmoko bo sure," said John. The old man could not resist now and then teasing his helpmato as a little setoff against sundry naggings on tbo part of that good old lady. " Maybe it's a mistress of the houso and of yourself that's coming to it Them widders aro great at wheedling. It's time, if tho master is over to many, that " "Ah, stop yonr croaking now 1" cried Mm. John. This diro suggestion was too overpowering for her feelings. Tbo appointed day arrived, and when tho cab drove to tbo door, tho two old domestics, with very sour faces and their backs very much up, went toreccivo their master and his unwelcome guest. Their first glimpse of the latter showed them that they might havo spared their fears and hostile intentions. Out from the cab, before their astonished eyes, sprang a girlish figure, wboso bright, happy faco contrasted curiously with her mourning gurmenta. "Mind tho step, uncle 1" ("Oh, his niece, she is 1") sho cried, tripping up to t tbo hall door. "Don't trouble, please," with a smile to the old housekeeper ; " that bag is too heavy for you to take; I'll carry it." And when the stranger camo down to breakfast next morning with a morsel of a cap perched on tbo top of her golden braids of hair ("not my idea of a widow's cap," said tho damo to her bus- baa J ; " and would you beliove it, J obn, singing away liko a bird whilo sho was dressing 1") sho looked absurdly young; moro liko a girl iu her teens than an experienced, ''settled" matron. The advent of his pretty niece inado some ehango in tbo habits of tbo old gentleman. Ho hod friends at dinnvr more frequently than of yore ; and, in addition to tbo oldorly fogies that formed his usual society, younger guosts wero invited, salted to tbo years of his visitor. With great amusement her uuelo observed the attraction her comeliness and winning ways wero for these " Swarming round liko flies about a honoy-po-t Soonting, I iUro say, a fat jointure. All widow ore supposed to bo rich, and just bocauao sho is a widow, and for uo other reason, making up to her, the fools I" This to himself with a cynical chuckle. Aloud: "Nice little woman, sir, that nioco of mino. Plenty of good looks, but hasn't a supence not a sixpence to bless herself with." It was wonderful how tho old houso was brightened up by tbo presence of M blitlle young inmate. Ilut by no one was its pleasant influence moro felt than by tbo domestics, who had vowed such hostility before her arrival. Tbo old woman esueciallr was ilo voted to 1 others." Old John was right. Matters were in giving and agitation on tbo appointed duo timo so satisfactorily settled between morning. "As tho lady has not turned ont to bo tho young couplo that on appeal to tho undo was deemed expedient. Tho old what you took her for, is not, in fact, a gentleman received tho announcement widow, perhaps tho wbolo matter may with a grim bo off. A disappointment, no doubt," wound up tho undo with ono of his grim ace. "Ilo, I thought sol" ho muttered. chuckles ; " but 'twos only right to tell "But aro you aware, my friend, that you in time. Young man, if you can there is no money in tho case? Tho lady pardon tho deceit, take her.'1 "Well," exclaimed tho young man to hasn't a Bixpcnco, and " know it," indignantly interrupted his fiancee, when all things wero cleared I the suitor. "Yon havo made that re- up and satisfactorily arranged, and the mark before. I want no fortuno with engaged pair wero talking over tbo queer circumstance that brought them together, my wifo, my own being my love " "Oh, sparo your rapture, young sir. " I always knew your uncle was eccen Not so fast Don't bo too sure of tho tric, but this surpasses anything I conld prizo ; for when you hear what I havo havo imagined of him." to tell you there may be perhaps a change WAUM AND COLD BATHS. in your views. . I have no time to ao into tho matter now; como Tbo physiological effects of worm and and bear what will snrpriso you ; " and cold baths aro thus noted by a writer in tho old gentleman went off, nodding an English medical journal : back malevolently tho lover fancied Warm baths produce an effect upon over his shoulder, and leaving tho poor the skin directly contrary to that which fellow in a state of most uncomfortablo is brought about by cold water. Tho suspense and uncertainty. cutaneous vessels dilato immediately What could this dark hint mean ? and nnder tho influence of tho heat, and, al why was ho not to make sure ? Could though tho dilation if followed by a conit bo possiblo there was any doubt, any traction, this contraction is seldom exmystery as to tho demise of tho belovod cessive, and tho ultimata result of a one's' husband? Ho could not help warm bath is to increoso tho cutaneous calling to mind her confused and singu- circulation. Tho pulse and respiration lar manner nt times ; a certain want of aro both quickened in tho cold bath. frankness ; an evident embarrassment at The warm bath increases tho temper any allusion to tho past. Tho possibil- ature of tho body, and, by lessening the ity of an obstaclo modo tbo young man necessity for tho internal production of realize, as ho had not beforo done, how heat, it decreases tbo call which is made deeply his affections wero engaged. He upon certain of tho vital processes, and spent a miscrablo night, awaiting in vain enables lifo to bo sustained with a less conjectures and sleepless anxiety tho expenditure of force. tidings which tbo morrow might bring While a cold bath causes a certain 1 was prayed in a certs theater, the chief Main Nl., NtnttTertl, Kjr. actor ki which had 4o MimoH, from his houglity and overbearing conduot, disliked by ono and all. In tho last act JOHN DINWIDDIEaPRO'Iv. ho was ' supposed to visit tho tombs of his ancestors. In tho center of bio OPENED FEBRUARY 22, IB78 stage, uion a marblo pedestal, stood tho statuo of his father. A heavy fold BOARD, 92.00 SAY. of drapery covered tlio figure. Enter pcryandhcr trinkets and other girl's 'Allttrt, "Once again," ho says, "to Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. nonsense," was to put on tho mourning gazo upon thoso features which In lifo garb and act tho part of a widow, in so often gazed on mo with tendorest afwhich assumed character sho was to fection I Father, thy mourning sob bow Baggage Transferred Free of Charge como to stay with him in his London comes to pay thco adoration. Let me I have recently taken charge of iihouie homo, romovo tho veil which from tho vulgar and intend to hare flrst-- c acoommodationt. gazo shields tlio belovod imago of a once-de" But I don't understand" paront," Off went tho drapery, "And you'ronot wanted to understand," ho snarled. "It's my whim; and liehold I tho father stood upon his and it may bo for tlio girl's advantage, bead. Tho shouts of laughter that saIf sho's willing, and can hold her tongue, luted Uiis practical joko put aa end to w Witt aaD tin I'll como bock for hor when sho's ready. tho scene, whioh changed to tho noxt as Cincinnati Weekly Commercial And I'll pay for hor outfit. Crapo and quickly as possible, amid the bravo of tho audience, tho anger of tho manager An weepers I Ho. ho. hoi" column family newipaper, and the When hor first surprise at hor nnclo's and tho uncontrollable rogo of the actor, strango proposition was over, tbo young Scml-Wccklj- " iHlcrler Jeuriml ixntrrjsnBxcE. girl jnmpod eagerly at tho prospect of a roa on taaa ehango from the dull homo sho ncvor With women turbulence is an unfailA yot had left. Sho was young and ing proof of interest. If a girl tells you, THREE DOLLARS rilTY CENTS euharrlher to aelrct, free ol spirited ; at an ago when lovo of varioty "I'llnovcr speak to you again in my And allow th following choice Hit el booka charge, from the and a longing to see tho world and lifo there I " rejoice and return ; but if Tr HMveara'a J"a rule. plunge into its unknown delights aro sho says, "I shall always bo glad to see Th Arabian Xlyhti. natural. Tho playing tho widow sho you at any time," travel. When a womT7ici Xarrnllve of the Jeaurtte Art" thought would bo excellent fun. Tboro an loves you sho will pardon all eves tie Expedition, by Lieut. Dancnhower, The Jllll on the Ftotn.bj George KIM. was a spico of adventure in it, and it your crimes ; but when sho no longer irood'e Xalurat Hlitorv for Boy, would bo liko tho private theatricals and loves J on sho will not even forgive you wllbSOOIIIcatratlona. acting charades sho had read of and im- your virtues. Knt Lvnne, by Mr. Henry Wood. Yrniiar'm Alntnnaafor 1HH3. agined so pleasant. Tho old gentleman's Toe wrong mon always get rich. It The Mirfaa famltu ftobfiiaon. reason for wishing her to do so was a A Treat toe on the Itorme anil Ml to puzzlo ; but then who could wonder at is tho fellow without monoy who is al- Dlieame; by Dr. II. J. Kendall. telling you how much good hi Ttte ll'oiiinii In White,! WllkleColllna. anything ho did ? absurd oddity that ho ways lllmtoru oftheKlnoitom of Ireland. was I Perhaps it was to avoid having to would do with it if ho had it Wneerlv, by Sir Waller rVolt. provide a chaperon for her ; ho hatad A Brare LailU, by MltaUulock. ladies bo, and elderly ones especially. The lllble IHettonaru. Latlv Andleu' Seeret, by Mlaa BradJon. Tbo result of tho schemo wo havo Call on or addreai W. P. WALTOJI. seen ; and the schemo itself was what its Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, ky. originator proceeded to divulgo to tho O O EAHT I would-b- e husband when that individual ! GO mispresented him:lf with considerable NOIITII! bellovo plays and dressings-tithat children delight in all children aro, I think, actors born." (" iy, ami men and women too," growled tho cynio) "except that sort of thing sho has never seen or had any opportunity of acting. Why do yon oak?" And in reply hor brothor unfolded tho plan ho had been concocting namely, that Ids nieoo, lavinff nsido her " frkv tin stouten run tria urn, Sosse fow yea, ateee a MotedfamA ST.ASAPHHOTEL ROBBED PER CHI1KCH DIRKCTOHI. Thouxndiof " annually robbnl of tnelf tlrllma, litre prolonged, II. (' Mortleon, MKTHODlNT.miUTH.-lta- T. Hnnday morning and happlnetaand health by lie oflhe great nlghleirept the ihlrd Trayer Meeting rtiry I Tbumlay (. night. Sunday School ntgou A. a. GERMAN Moirltnn. Superintendent. Tb Bet II. Which poaltleely and permanently core Ilium. Sunday In each Society meeta here on the lat month, at 3 o'clock. Ml. T. T, (cauaed by taceneaolany kind, i semifrnrtr, enknemt, and all dlara thai follow a Datleaa, rrealdcnt. nal fl aeouenceof Heir Abuae, aa loa of energy, haaof -J XI. Batire, I'aator. Scrtlcea memory, unlreraal laaallnde, pain In the back, BAPTIST llT Fourth Sundaya, morning and and dlnmeaaefftalon, premature old age, and many night, l'rartr Meeting rtery Wedneaday after, other dlaratr that lead to roneiiinpllon and a pre- noon. Sunday School at .30 i, a. IU K. Barrow mature grat. aerttend for circular with trail Superintendent. raonlalarrr by mall. Th txrHJOHATOH HKISTIAN. Worahlp by th ronirrgalloa la told at II per box, or alt boire for 13, by all ilmglata,orwlllli aenl free by mall, aecurely try Ixrnl'a nay. iTrarning ny j, w. Lnx on Flrat and Third Lord 'a data. Sunday School receipt I f price, he addreealng reeled, on at It Jo, setrranre, Superintendent. r, J, C'MMet.Y, 113 Adamaeti,rt,Te.rda,Oblo. TIKWIIYIKHIAN, SOUTH -- Hat, I H, McKI-Jnb- n Sol agent for th United Slalea. School I ror, pattor. SundayUnion at f to Meeting W. on I'rajer iuiui, piiperinieniif Welneaday nlghta. "" INVIGORATOR ri j it f FORJSA1LE! aale my Ilarlng concluded to remote UTeiai, I offer for ar OPERA HOUSE, STANFOIID, KY. SEE HEBE! elghl-pagBfty-alt "W, P. WALTON, - Propriotor. CninMneil In one, altualrd In Ihe Inwn ef Crab Or. chard. Ky.. nn Lancatte atreet. Th bulMIng la alorlea high, MtV) feel andftn-taln- a Sla of Slag. 94130. Klabt cnm:elMla of tVrn. two and one-ha- lf la 20I0, ery Seating eavarlly, Including gallery, (00, In all eight rootna. The alnre-molleaaonabl ralra lo good allractlona, Addrena with count era ami eliciting nlrelyand properly aa aboe. with all tha outtnilldingt nerrtMry to con, venlence and Iba tatleol Ibe lanal faalldlnua, and an abundance of pore water for drinking and houMhold puipoMw.lwautlful ahaJe ao.l fruit Ireea adorning and Watitlfyltig the ent'r pitmWre, all STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, In a good and hrallhy eoiHllllon. Any on dcalr-I- n m rhean tet taluahlff UKTOT BT .STANKoni), KY., reildence. amone a det er and prmprroiie perpl. would do well to call picmiRra antiriiminaint reaaooable iviure urciinffi.., WINE, where Term ItoMldoneo .v IIuhIhowi Ilntt'c, - if joiis r, KTRonr. .. DgiLtalH Tablet,, Ac. Manumenla, lleadatonea, Marble CHESAPEAKEJWD OHIO RY. o' all neatly Woik klnda eirru-te- d Kentucky's l.oulo roa The only line running East laBBBrBBBBBBV-5aBBBBBB- r' and aatla faction guar na anletd. mateafurnUh. an,let. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW 8LEEPINQ OARS ed on applica- tion. An A SOLID TRAIN raou No Whiskey i IaOUlSTlllC, VlHrlllllHllHBll IngloH, ICy., I,CX- - WET ao is one of the very few tonic medicines that arc not composed mostly of alcohol or whiskey, thus becoming a fruitful source of intemperance by promoting a desire for rum. Brown's Iron Bitters VIA LOUISVILLE WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In eame dct with Cut train, lor Thla preparation It purely eegetahle and fre from all delttcrlooa nr danaerima and II la airim'uleiy rertalit to trine alt ki daorwurma from lb human aratetn ii la mil neuammg to tbaiuoaldellcataatonia, h amt ch iJrrn will tak II aa rtfclllr aa luer wi i m Jaaara, wnirh ahould partMaean recommend II totiery hruarkreptr eyra, happy IVIr ami apply II with facta, and lorooaaptrftawl 1 unruna. Inuifr eirfra r tha lltll one. It ta Ibe mnly Ihe gratlln-lto lake Put up In tewran Alifrr1 that ta lwrounra ttata, and aald by dralera at Iweaty.flte 01 3 k MISSISSIPPI R. W. 3 The Direct Route to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- eutetnc, 1 DA1XT TRAINS THE EAST AND NORTH. arklinr Louisvillo to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Crnra paanl All Virginia and North Carolina Points. (lent. SuulhwMtern Agent. W. Main St., Loulatllle. Ky. and New Day Coache Without Change. Brown's Iron Bitters is guaranteed to be a For tlcketa and further Information, apply to your nea.-ea- t ticket office, or addrcaa tenia, Try a bottle Manufactured by Offlet, too Until ForaalalnStanlord r, I'lOIIKK - CO. htrrtt. gHlarfe, Ky. A- by 4 DAILY TRAINS AND THE WEST. 4 JAMI.N ('. KRNNT. Pir McAUaraa. stimulant, and it will, in nearly every case, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time absolutely kill the desire for whiskey and other intoxicating beverages. Rev. G.W. Rice, editor of the American Christian Review, says of Brown's Iron Bitters: Ctn..O.,Nov. 16, iSSl. Genu : The foolith wast-inof vital force in buiineu, fj 310 Itoui.HVille to Ht. XouIn Bleeping Call and Day Coache , W. NMITII, Uflbl Mtnilfr, Blchmond, II W. I'CI.I.KH. (len'l I'aai'r AgI Virginia. out (.nang. to SI. Lou I a With 2 2 DAILY TRAINS Loulsrllle to Indlaunpolln, Chicago, AND TUE NOItTH Day Coache l ar fa -- TIIK MOST DESiltABLF. KOUTE n. b. T- OJ ii and Itocllatog Chair Car Through 11 liuvw, UU(V. I'lilladel-ptila- For Wnalilncton, Balllruore', Mew York nud Uoalon, Thla la th . And decidedly the Popular Route, affording, aa It aoce, leaa cnangea ana auperior acrororaouaueot i CINCJNNATI! Hinouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, ga pleasure, and vicious Indulgence of our people, makes your preparation a necessity ; and if applied, w ill save hundreds who resort to saloons for temporary recuperation. s 51 To North, North wret and Weal. In fad. If you rout mplat a trip In any dlrettton, your Intereat will l, Letiaertrd by purebaalng your llcktt tla t K.C and Cincinnati. 2 Tralaa each way 2; Full llaie Threagk Day Coacaeeea All Tralaa man I'alace are; Klrgant New Dat Coache. and handaoroely furnlahed llecllnlng Chair Car lortn Midnight Changea I Have No the uDfualcd MUlimenU of ihla Old ltellable, Hear la Adraare of thereby making a trip otar thla line one ol luiu-rtou- a Arrlre at Bt. Lout comfort aud pleaaora. Try II. Other Llaea, thereby arcurlng more time lor making change of car and getting Brat choice TIME TABLE, IN EFFEOf OCT, IS. IU2. ef aeata In car of connecting line. Ttry Beat ltoute, a You Uar inangaoi iram. No t Curos Cougbs, Colds. Croup, LarynRititi, Ilncking, Chronio nnd WhoopitiR Coughs, Horo Throat. Soro Cboat, Congested LuDgs.Inflamod Iungi, Pnoumonia. Dron-chlti- s, Spaa-modl- o. A II W reatl Street, Cincinnati, 0. S- - SOL'TU. No. 2. No. 4. No.. in goo m Brown's Iron Bitters has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debil- To Indlanapolla and Chicago, and the only Lta. CutIngtoa. ride along line giving tta patrona a " Faluouth. Cynthlana.. ine more ol Late aiicmgan. " Farla.. forth. Btifihoss of tho muscles if continued too In order to explain matters it will bo necessary to go back for some months previous to tho arrival of the young lady at her unclo's house, as well as to ehango tho sceno from it to a country cottagoin a remoto part of England tho homo of tho widowed sister of tho eccentric bachelor. In it wo find him pacing up and down tho small drawing, room and lis tening to tbo querulous complaints that its occupant, a confirmed invalid, is uttering from tho sofa on which sho lies. think but little of my bodily suffer- iugs," sho is saying; "they cannot now last long. Every day I feel moro plainly that tho end is not far off, and ray doctor tells mo tbo same. Tbo distress of mind that torments mo is what is bo bard to boar," " And what may this bo about, if I long, a warm bath relieves stiffness and fatigue. Tho final effect of both hot and cold baths, if their temperature bo moderate, is tbo same, tbo differenco being, to uso tho words of Brann, that " cold refreshes by stimulating tho functions, heat by physically facilitating them; and in this lies tho important differences system and the between tho thermal modo of treatment." cold-water ity, overwork, rheumatism, neuralgia, - consumption, liver complaints, kidney troubles, &c, and it never fails to render speedy and permanent relief Ticket Agents of Connect I lag aaurraa K.fi.BBHWlf. For Tlcaeta. Bate. Time. Mil. Ac., apply to Llaaea, or am Mau 11 30 a m Arr. Islington... 17 IS p m Lte, Leilogton . 1 24 p m Arr. Wlncneeter .. 2 21 p w 40 10 300 am 2 lli 3 a 7 a 30 P 4 10 p " Southern PaaerageT Agt., " B. K. Cor. 4tb and Main BtaLoulaTllIe, Ky. W. B. 8HATTUC. W. W.FEABODY, (Jen. taaa. AgU, Qen. Sapt., Lta. Cincinnati. " Mt. Sterling Huntington Aabland..... Noam. Huntington-11 lotpu IWpu 7 21 n rr 3 03 13 p to 3) p m 1120 pm 30 p in 1123 pm 20 p m 12 10 am 12 43 am tllpm I0(rm 10 37 pm pi HALL'S 13 pm No. 3. ToSam No. a. BY rilYSICIAWl No. 1. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway. am Aehlnd..... . 11 a ra a so a m Uam Ml. Sterling. ' Wlneheater . 12 21 p m 1 IS pm Arr. Leilngton 1 oo p 7 41 a m 3 to p m Lte, Lexington... 2 20 p u 3 33 a m 3 40 pm " I'arla. 13 a m 4 " Cynthlamu.-- 11 4 10 p IU 10 10 a m 5 03 pin Falmouth 11 33 a m 630pm Arr, Cot Ington.... 6 30 7 IS ... IHpn a lioan IHm llm IU pn MAYSVILLR DIVISION No. Lt. Lexington pm, Arr. Matarllle g W am. ' No. 10 " I'arla 20 a m. No. 11 No. 12 " Mayatlll I 00pm " Maya ana Oatnrrh of tho of tho Uloerntltal Catarrh INTEKN Ear. Cyo or ALLY, and Throat. Ill taken Blood acta DIRECTLY upon theSyatom, nnd It Mucous Ourt.iooa of tha In if tho hoat Ulocxl Purlfler thattho la WORLD, nnd la worth ALL chargnd for It, for THAT olono. a3SlTl Cntlty-Chronlo OUllKU Natal THE STJZLsT 1H8U. TIA.IBIX.IB1 rnillMCHJ Oct. , effect In law. " Lexington g 33 pm Lexington 23am Matatlll a 4Vim tlllea 10pm ONLY INTERVAL !r-i- N CURE FOR CATARRH NEW YOXIIC, CINCINNATI SOUTIIEItN D1VIH10N. BOOT II HO UK D. "I . - I am gono. All I havo, as you know, dies with me, Sho will bo penniless, and tbo thought of what is to become of her, cast on tbo world without a homo, haunts mo night and day. It is too dreadful " A girl and young and not bad- looking. Where's tho fear ? Somobody '11 marry her. Men aro such fools " The sick'nomau could not forbear n smilo. "Ab, butthcro aro no mon, no fools hero I Iu this remote comer wo see no ono, and tho poor child, taken up with nursing me and tied to a has inado uo acquaintances. It is killing mo to seo her young lifo sacrificed and to think of tho future." Tho mother's tours began to flow. Her hearer, uover very amiably toward tho weaker box, or at ease in its company, increased his quarterdeck pacings iu much discomfiture as tbebo symptoms of " s turned on" becamo apparent His hurried stops soon subsided, however, to a sternly march up and down tho littlo drawiug-room- . whilo. with frowulncr litow and occasional chuckles, he soenicd to bo concocting souio schema. After a few minutes ho come to a sudden halt before tho invalid's sofa. "Can tbo girl act ?" bo asked abruptly. "Act? How do you mean? "Ob, you needn't look frightonod, I'm not going to propose sending her to tbo Gaiety or the Criterion." 1 1 sick-roowater-work- might ask?" " Tho future of my child when WAIEK DRXXKIXO. Children aro apt to drink moro water than thoy need. Yon doubt it, my dear child? When you como in tho houso panting and thirsty from play, you will tako a tumbler of water and drink it down as fast as you can, , and thon your play after rushing ont, and perhaps repeat tbo drink. Now, tbo next time you feel thirsty try this experiment : Take a goblet of water and slowly nip it, Boforo it is half gono your thirst will bo fully quenched and you will feel better for having drunk only that which you need. And again, wo aro all apt to acquiro tho habit of drinking whilo eating our meals. Animals don't do it, and it is hurtful to us. Nature gives us all tho saliva wo need, and if any ono will chow his food slowly and thoroughly, and not tako a swallow of drink until through eating, tbo desire to do so will soon leave, and he will require only a few sips of water, tea or coffee after tho meal is finished. This practioo, too, will do wondora be the way of keeping off indigestion, dyspepsia and . lUsess. a- Tna gifts of common provUecoes'aro not comparable to those of eoveaant lovo. .' Whkx duties sees to cWi, "tho of way." moral law always ha the Tub means to promoto any end aro necessary as the end to be promoted. Hill's Catarrh Cur Is takes Inleraall It acts directly upon the blood and the mucous iurface of the system. Price, 76c. For ul by Penny A MoAliatex, Stanford. If Catarrh bas destroyed your D smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will cure you. 76 cents per bottle, Drugguti sell it, $100 BEVYABD Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Takeu Internally, Price, 75 cuts. ' I" Morapoopla bare read THE BUN during the rear Juit now raising than ver I fore alnce ft wae Brat printed. No other newepanar publlabrd on thla aide of tha earth baa (itr ten bought and read In any year br ao many man and women. We are credibly tnfbnued that people bay, read and Ilka The Ann lor the following rraaona, amoug other!: Becanaslta pewa rolnauu prraentlnattfMtlre fcrm and with tbeerrtteatroaalbleareuratr what ever ha lutereit for humankind; the eienti, lha deeda and roledetua, ine wiauoin, lue pniioeopny, the notable foil, the aolld aenaa, the Impmlug nooaenae all the newa of the buateat world at prraent rarolrlng la ,pc. Becaute people bar learned that in ttaremarka concerning rwreona and affairs Tha Hun uiakra a practice of telling them the eiact truth to tha beat daya In of IU ability three hundred and tlxty-B- r the year, before election u well aa after, about the wbaie aa well aa about tha email Oih, in Ibe face of dltaent aa plainly and fearleealy aa when aupported by general approial. The San has no purpote to'eerrr, aare the Information of Ita readers and the furtherance of the common good. . Uecauae It la errribody'e newipatiar. Ho man laaohuuitte tint Ibe Hun ta Indifferent to hla Mo man la ao rich that It welfare and blailghta. can allow Injuatlce to be done hi in. No uan.no aaaociattpo ol man, la powerful enough. f b the strict application of Ita principle of right and wroni, iletauee In politic It has fought for a dozin yeara without Interuilialoo aad toiuettmra aluoat lha fight that has alone among newepapere In th rerul oTcrwhelnilngly popular ter-di- et agalnat llobraonlun and for boneal gorerii-aun- t. No lnatter what rtr It in power, Th Bun etanda aud will continue to etand Ilk a rock lor tb Intcreat of th popl agatott Iba amblllo of borne, the eotroaebmcu's of niouoptllele and th dlahooeat acbeiuca of public robbara. All thla la what w are told alaioal dally by our Irleoda. On man bol la that Tb Huu la th brat puUiabed. became It rellglou nwaaptr Cbriatlanlly la undiluted with cauL Another boldatbatlt la tha beet republican nawepaper printed, ben auaa it baa already whipped half of th riiMiabut of that u.utr aud la proccadlae aealuat third tha other half with uudlinlnlahed lgor. A llter-,tnrlii bellerea It to be tha beat magailn of general ilitnrr. Locauaa It reader ulaa noth ing woilhr of net that la currant In tha world of "- mcugni. poTtr iricuu v. aldea Ibat appeal with particular on of Ita force to bla ludlildual liking. If you already kuow The Sun you will ob ert e arc that In In WSJ It ta a llttU better than you before-ir,u- t will And ant Iraa.lr know Tha Sun. It to be a mirror of all human acltilly, a alore bouae o th choice! producta of common acne aud Imagination) a lualualay lor the caiuw of JeOaraon aaoutiiMl for genuln rery for wlckedueaa ol democracy, a acourg apcand sn uaiywuonly good laieatnient fur IU cmlg rear. TMCKMN TO MAIt. HVHHVK1HKHHI nt by The M'cral editions of The Bun are iaa mall.poalpald.u mouth, tt.CO a year; with Hunutr euiiiuo, e iv. a l.9o a tear. u ii Mil a V ltuti, WEEKLY-- II a year. Eight page of the beat dally laauea: an Agrlcnltural matter of the AfuutuuBilcd marll. market refort and literary, acieutlBc and douiMlle lalelllgtur nuk Th Weekly Ban th newapeper lor the farmer' houtthold. To dub of tea with IIU.au extra a, Auareaa free if. fublUhtt The Bun, W, Y, STATIONS. Lea. Cincinnati NolTlNo , Mo S Lex Nlgl Accom Llm. Eip Dally D'ly IDat- - Ex. fci.b Iy. S'nd'y f.M ivflTTnr 6 23 9 " Ueorgetown ....... ' MlchoIuTlll..... ' High Bridge....... " llarrodaburgjunct'a ... Danville.. Junction Clly.. Souitnet -.. Holm Burnald..... KOJIII iu i l0 a 1140 1103 17 17 17 13 73 33 47 57 4 a 710 7 3d 7 87 It tt Mall and Dfy iTSt I 41 13 12 17 ii at 76 47 00 an . ..- IS 31 ICO I 1 70 0 Itockwood .. hprlog Cty .... Boyc,....-.- J3..... i eo ... ISO 26 3(10 3 40 US Arr. Cbattfnooga.M. I3U. V. 10 7 0S 7 40 760 323 10 13 10 23 No.6 runadally and hae day roachia from Cincinnati to Waahlngton, 1'ulliaau Slcapera to Kan a. wha Falla. IV. Va. and Becllnlog Chair Ur to lei-- I nil on. Slope only at ttallona on K. C. K. It. where lime la alien. No. 3 runa dally, except Sundayi haa through coache to Hunilnglon. No, 4 runa dally, except Sunday) baa through cvachaa to Mt. Sterling and parlor car toMayatille. No. S runa dally) baa tUgautday coach from Waahlngton, Pullman Sleeper from Kanawha Falla arid parlor car from Lexlng ou to Cincinnati. Only Noa. I and 3 run dally, eicept Buu- three aloi day, and hate through coachca from Huntington audNI flieriing. uireci connection at Islington with elagra fur lilcbmood,Ky., Lawrenceburg,ay., and Verullle. Ky, C. L.BHOWN. (1. W. BKNDKII, (len'l l'aia. A Tkt. Agt. Surlntendrnt. (leneral office, Cotlngtoo, Ky, And wo offer Ono Hundred Cno of Cnftrrh It vlll Wl-- Ia Cl'KK ANY OfQoo of A, T. I'nioxoo, III Tin: siauki:t41 tor Dollars nnt Ciiro. any OAHK. BtawiBT Co.'l ( . Juno 4, Ittd, U FUntnthitOn., 7'ofcdo,Infrirmln IS fin 1 Ut yoi pleawro In Gcnll- - wn tl t I La o utcd llalVa I'nUrrti Curv. it lias iiirelmr IwMTerybad and don't bealtateto y that It will cure unyraae of Ualarrblf taken Youra troly, properly. J. II. WauTnrnroan. VrOItTII 810 A UOTTLK. E. Mmrur. JaiLacn, Ml. It, wrttee llaea hod Catarrh forWytor. Ilali'MCalarrli Cure cured me. Cunaidcr It worth JiaW a bottle. Drutarataat '.3 rt ter bnltln. Vanurictiirey aid F J aiEKCV & CO. iTvirlctor. TOIXDO, OHIO. lo For eat In Stanford by Fenny A McAIIaler, t?olil aoariiKutnu. Nolg No 6 No 4 VM. VM. re. Chattanooga.. .... .:.. " BoyceH..M..M " " " " . Pprlng City............ Bock wood Momeraet t'olnt Burnalde... Junction High Danrllla- - ........ .. llarrodaburg Junct'a Bridie,,-.- Clty. .3an 37 ... ... 4 7 30 7 40 83 10 08 I 34 1 10 M. A.M 5 00 303 1 AM IIRFTHS'PIGIiEE SEEDS hy If- - IlauiLaome illuatratcd Catulugue and ltaral lieataler l'HHU TO AI.I MEUCIIANT8, HU.ND VH YOUR UUHINIMS VAUUH I'OIt TKAIIB I.LST. .. 323 12 29 IU U6 IU) a to 232 B CCCrtClFor the MARKET iNp-- 2 dtCUO For the MERCHANTGARDENER SEEDS For th PRIVATE FAMILY .. Arr. lxlngtoaMw. ' Jeorgclown.... . Claet nnatl .-. -..- Nlcholaavllle.. . 4t3 2 30 2 43 8 73 ll V0 3 76 7 40 7 33 10 23 700 I ess 40 2 41 6 34 2 67 6 10 311 3 33 4 00 4 CCCnC oiiranluaa on or own Form SEEDS 63 77 DAVID LANDRETH&SONSjSEED QROWERS,PHILADELPHIA ALABAMA (1HEAT BOUTHaCBN. Lre. ChatUuouga. Attalla.. .... ' Birmingham ... Arr. Uarldlan Lre. Meridian Tuecalouta A.M. 00 12 3 13 U 'r .. .... 33 1000 97 8 30 " Tuacalooaa.M..M., uar '" Uerldlau.n L. Forcat ... " " Urendoo.... " Jackeoo ..... Arr. Vlckiburg,-.- AtUlla ... Arr. Chattanooga- -VICKSnUUU AND MEU1DIAN. liiruilugbauj.... .., -- . 12 21 EDWARD WILDER'S Nctcr fall to cure Fever and Ague, Utarmltlanl Feter, Dumb Ague, Dyipepilt, Liter Complaint, Mlgtitiea, Colio and Flua. It will Cure Coatittacia. It la a calo Antlilllou Delightful Delicate Women, a powerful rccu peAltrlie and Teale, a mild and dcbllllatcd latlgeraat or by alckucta, excellent appettter, and reduced nil rmit alter tho frauio bai Utu (lye tono to tlie Ulgcalive orgaua, prcvenU Malaria, Lrarva up tho yitcm, tlrengthong tho portal tbo whole animal ccouomjr from tho aecda ol Uukom. Tbo allghtoat circulation and clean attack ol terer may bo a preludo to the wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It wblbt It rartlcu-Url- y Ii yet In It commencement, may be of no valuo when it U at lta full development, It tnli tho caaa with Kraona around whom tho pcatlfvroua Influence of Malarl cling lu tbo form ot Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, PaUful Spleen, and Weak Stomach. Fur tho Cure of all tho aboto Dlaeaaca tbl prcralIou atanda unrivaled, and Its good and permanent effect are attcated by thouaanda, aud It U rcxjuimended alike by tbo ableat medical men and the tuluiatry. TRY IT, all jou ""I aru aQHclcd, and Uo convinced of lu wpndnful jiower and bcuefl-Cl- tM 20 30 70 10 13 get l 334 10 41 11 Lee. Vlckaburg- -.. Foret... Ail. Meridian. ' uciia. Arr. Monro. Monro Lie. Arr. Vlckaburg. Delta ..- ' Jeckeou Braudou.. ....... 100 2t 144 443 Lr. VICICMBUltU, HHUkVKf Vlckeburg ...... BT AMD V iCfFlO. 110 1730 12 ...," ...-... ItO 7M 30 eflect. it., -, 100 ?,., JOHN BCOTT, V, P. anJ Gen. Man. On. Sou. Cincinnati, ObUt K. r. WILMW, U, F. and ..7 1)1. IH..I...H II m. w., II. DVHi f. A. V1U. u A. A. U. H. -i Cbaltanoo,Tann. ".HARDY, O KA. V. a'm. U'y. Vlckiburir, B. A f. MlafcTjOE F. McOOIBE, O. a". H'y.Monroa.La, !?. mi. STOMACH BITTERS For Sale In Stanford ly Xonny Jb aV., MoAllwtor. .1