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Catching a Rabbit for Hi Oirf. Th tat of Morgan. Mutt and Cigarttte: Philadelphia, with characteristic enAn Oscar Wildo young man, who T. W. VAIROK. Tho Now York Sun prints .a. three WALLACE K. ViS0!t. !Tl column affidavit tignctLhflivy ktto terprise, cornea to the front with a now lives on tho North Side and smokes T. W. A W.B VABNOK. Wl$lAl70N, - tdittrliti Proprietor Thurlow Weed, and sworn (0 by film aociety,tbeavowed object of which is to cigarettes, heard bis adored express a ArTOUNUVM A.O X.A.'W, STANFORD, XY. . . . BiHfottt Mtnagit on Sept. 28 last, giving his history of wago a bitter and relentless war against wish for a rabbit. Wandering at Offic In Owi17 A Son'i it bulldlng- -p lUlrs. T. ft. WALTON, tho abduction of Wm. Morgan, for tho Buisance of cigarette smoking. dusk past a reeidonco surrounded by a II. O. KAUFFMAN, rnbtUhrA Tnrntny mul t ATTORNEY A--KY. JUAAV, tho alleged revealing of Masonic se Tho demuro ladies ot the Quaker City spacious lawn, and pondering upon LANCASTER, . -. !jr i.i cret in 1827' John Wbltiicy,' of aro tho primo movers in this novel the possibility of raising lucro enough MAiter Commtmlot.fr tot Comity Attorney. Will Opora Block, 8a.rnJlx5ir rrattlc pet for the counttea In allInIhn Uoarti of Uirrtrd and adjoining Ilochostor, who, ho says, was ono of crusade, and their plan of assault is as to purchase a of Apfli. and the Court IEAX.T3It IN- arPleas don't nd Umpslnpymentof UD tho party that conveyed Morgan away, novel as the crueado Itself. It is this: damsel, bis attention was attracted by DritKH, MHHlcal WhII Paper. ALEX. ANDERSON, Wine. script!'"'-- exeeptto male'change, and I'"" whllo 'at Weed's housrf ono night 'in They have registered the most solemn a whito object on tho lawn. Closer InMrtimcniM, Chemical. IIookH, Liquor, ATTOIINBV A.rV IjA."W, nomination, not over three cents, l'HlHtH, Pocket CiKar. niHtloucrx, vows not to kits in the future any examination showed it to be a rabbit. 1831, told tho story as follows: DANVILLE, KY., Xelmcoos, OllH, Noapn, C'nUlcry, Tho idea of supprcsaiag. Morgan's young or old man who is addicted to In tbo shadow of somo shrubs tho lit; Will rrctlre In tho Covru of Dot I and adjolnlni IiHIItpN, AfHChlHO PcrTiitHcrT, Fire Arm, "wrnr-?- " countlM and In lb Court of Apralt. SA flitVf flilf. ACCdlCH. tho tie animal sat on its haunches, with intended exposition of tho secrets of this sort of dissipation. What MAHTEllaON l'EYTON. Our Jewelry. Silverware nnd Optical Hoods Department la In Charge of Col. Io view of tho fact that wo Iinvo Masonry was first suggested by a man Philadelphia clgaretlo smokers will do cars erect Ho chuckled to himself as A.T'j.'oiirjiv j.'v XjAW, Tlios. Itlclianls, n no nlll Itcpalr Matches and Clocks Promptly and in the btst AXDEXAiitKiaKoarA'tYPooifTr, recently added a steam ciigino to our named Johns, who suggested that remains to be seen. Tho chances are ho saw how ho could savo tho monoy style. LIHEIITY, KY. And ad Will office, a friend tends ui tho following Morgan Ira placed on a farm in Cana- that thoy will wait until tho first meet ho was going to borrow to buy tho rab- Joining nrietlM In mil LhIn fliurti of of Appeal. countle) nd tbo Court opMiii autnuon girtn laughable article, which appeared da West. For this purpose h was ing of tho association is held and at- bit with, and yet get the rabbit. He U. T. 1'ltrce'j (lore. io eoiiecuoni. umce oyer originally In tho Knob Foster (Mo.) taken to Niagara and placed In tho tend in a body. If tbey find that the climbed the fence, undismayed by the DR. J. a. CARPENTER, Oem, in regard to a rival contemporar trbu- - 8TANFORD magazino fort until arrangements for members of the society are of an ago four-Incgash in his KENTUCKY ry: A. abort time ago the Journal Devi' sottllng him in Canada were comple- or a stylo of beauty wfaero kieaing hoora sers, and stole soiuy upon me unsus Offlce orer Itobt. 8. Lytlo'a atora. OnV ocrat put in a Beat littlo cngioo and ted. But the Canadian Masons disap- clgaretto or no cigarette would bo pecting rabbit. Tho rabbit never stir- from 3 io 6J4 and 7 to r. K ooraraenced running with gleam, in pointed them. After several meetout of tho question, they will probably red. Taking off his olegant tile he J. J. WILSON, tead of the gaa power, formerly uaed. ings of tho lodgo in Canada, opposito decide to stand by tho "weed" In the had stood Dunlap ofTfor that morning, WUhe to Inform bit Patron ofStanfotd and Tlclalty tbtt he baa recelTed The paper waa tickled to death and Fort Niagara', a refusal to have any- cheapest and most nasty form in which bo pounced upon the poor thing and STANFORD, KY. , mado alleged funny remarks about thing to do with Morgan left his kid- it and the Office and Residence, Upper Main St. presents itself. At all events, the jammed the hat down over it, A Splendid Stock of Goods, and the Standard, especially, and all the napers greatly perplexed. Oppor- question is, for Philadelphia, an in two whito ears stuck up through the LEE r. HUFFMAN. which are to lucky as to tunely . tho installment of a Iloyal other papers Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guarteresting ono. That city, as a general new tilo top. It was an iron rabbit. STjnOXiON 8TANFOIID, ICY. own no engino. After getting tho en Arch Chapter brought a largo num-l- cr thing, devotes its attention chiefly to anteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. Chicago Herald. Offic South aid Main Streot, twp door abor too myeri iioiej. gine in running order, tho engineer of enthusiastic Masons together. questions four or five hundred years They tell of a man out West who PnraNltrona Ozlda Ou tdmtnlitered whan required. was told that his services could bo After labor, in Masonic language, old. Tho matter of kissing is not al was putting a blast in a well, and it m any om could run K. O. MOHOAN, D. D. 8. they "re tired to refreshments!" Under together modern according to all tho went ofl prematurely and blew him DENTIST. little iMchino liko tbat. tbo exhilarations of champagne aid authorities on tho subject, but it is Will be In Stanford one wk into an applo tree about fifty feet of each month, from nnt Monday. Dental rooma MrKWobster saysithat a sjeam 'Chaplain, KeviF, tho most modern question which has other visnds, the recovered See ilgn.JAt liotel, Oftr McA'ltler A Bright'. moment week nth month taa concentrated circumstance II. I'utnmings, of llocbcstcr, was call- claimed the attention of Pbiadelphia away. In a remarking,he"Tho Lord InSLAuph Lancaster threeroom InofMawolIonM. TheLAEGEST STOCK of WATCHES,0L0GKS, JEWELEY from tblrdllonday. Dental himself, and is liable to go out through any ed on for a toast. Thon ho responded Beeilgn. Purenltrou, oild gue admlnlitered which AND SIIiVERWAKE . lil-t- t in many years. knows better than I do, after all; I when neeenary. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and part of tho building seeking whom it with peculiar emphasis, and in the Buflalo guess it's about time to go to prun A Faith Cure Disrupts. t, Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted, s may devour, or language of that language of their ritual: "Tho special to the Cincinnati Qaztlle says : ing," took a large pruning knifo from JMXGGTSH week tho and ono day this of our order may they find a conducted in this city his pocket and went to work. Rome BTAHroan Steki mocrat forcocame near agreeing grave six feet deep, six feet long and "The faith cure for the past year by Miss Carrie Judd Sentinel. with the dictionary maker. KENTUCKY LANCASTER, six feet due Eist and West." Imme- has collapsed. A want ot funds brought A New York photographer keeps a Tin said thero is bo water gWtH on diately after tho toast, which was receivMi'bs Judd started seal-skabout this result. He says: "A poor JOHN T. IIIGGINS, ritOPIUETOIt. in 6acque. the toy and tbo inexperienced youth ed with great enthusiasm, Col. Wm. the cure, according to her own girl will pay a dollar extra to be taken who was runnineilhe coaeern could I King, an officer of tho war of 1812, statement, after sho bad been the in a seal-ak- in A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL sacque. Sho likes to not sco through tho boiler, and benco then a member of tho Assembly from subject of a miraculous cure. So lib- show her friends that sho can look In eTery particular, The patronage ol the public safewhen.tho water gave out, and tho Niagara County, called Whitney, of eral was tbo patronage bestowed by d occasions. I tollclted, and aatlifactlon guarinteed. ty plJSIwaa melted, tho cngiM of Huchcster; Howard, of Buffalo; credulous invalids that the institution liko a lady on dress Gainsboa ierJeaof oomip thoughalarra-in- ? Cbubbuck, of Dewistown, Gareide, occupied two houses one in which charge '81.50 for that. This OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. 2!Tons which'thorduithly frlehteu- rough hat I generally throw in forfifty of Canada, out of tho room, and with religious exercises were performed and cents. It's a great catch, I tell you. UbmjIm 1 .!. CU tun U.UU., I( cmbraccH Staple autl Fancy GroccrlcH,Pa(cnt and Family a carriago furnished by Mayor Barton, Main Hi., Stanford, Ky. A few Girls all come here now." as a lodging place. "See that ray grave is kept green," they werq driven to Fort Niagara, another Flour, Heal, Bacon and Lard, Tobacco anil Cigars, Weed-e- n, Mrs. Wright complained shouted Newt Marshall, as he hung repaired to tho magazino, and inform- days ago a Lucy, the little daughter of Prof. B. JOHN DINWIDDIE,PE0'E. Willow and Tinware, GIhhh and Qticcnswarc.lCaaued her daughter, Kffie, .who had out oftbesecoud story window with ed Morgan that arrangements forsend- - that RuKellville, waa taken to been under treatment for spinal troub- J. Dunn, of GoortH ol all kinds a specially. Jtcuicnibcr (lie place, "Tho with one band and clutched at space ing him to Canada .were completed le, had grown worse while In the cure, Nashville, where surgeons xut open OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 J . thoUier; Corner Slorc." and bis family would soon follow htm. without her throat and removed a nursery pin Is she going- - to bust?" jutked Al Morgan ''received the information and finally was turned out two inches long which bad been in her BOARD, 92.00 DAY. Crtteo.ireundtho! caslliwherehe cheerfully, and walked with his sup- shelter or means of support. The dis- throat, open and lodged crosswise, for ruption quickly followed. EffieWright Special Accommodation to Commercial had crawled. posed friends to the boat, which was two years. Travelers. did I learn the business?" rowed to tho mouth of tbo river,where says that sho waa daily prayed for and 'Why Wo have just heard of a' man with had her head anointed with olivo oil. moaned Lum Cruco. rope was wound around his body, a soul so small that a million such Baggage Transferred Free of Charge DEAL! IIC "Say your prayers, pa, and say 'em to each end of which a sinker was at"Ah. dear old Grandmother 1" said yet BO OKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Naylor, as tho tached Morgan, was then thrown a lady "how good sho was to the could livo in a mustard seed and quick!" yelled Norv. I have recently taken charge of this house DRUGS, be so far apart that they would never and intend to have engino skinned a cat and tho press got overboard. Ho grasped tho aunwalo children I And how credulous! One Physician' Prescription accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparatlona a specialty. ii accommodations. find each other. up aud shook with tho ink barrel. day whilo we were playing we broke a of tho boat convulsively. Gurside-J- n A blind man in Rowan county has Tin afraid to jump out of tho win- forcing Morgan, relinquished his hold great lot of dishes. It was a terrible RICHMOND TESTIMONIALS OP LINCOLN CO. FARMERS! a household of twelve children. So no go to stay dow, I'd bust. But I'm wreck. When grandma got homo and was severely bitten. 'Grandma,' much for being unable to wander here," said Al., and murmuring "good Enoch T. Carson of Cincinnati,who she was very angry. Vanceburg Courier. bye darling,' Re turned up his coat claims to know, says that the above said wo, 'it wasn't us grandma'; it was about. collar and rushed by tho engino and affidavit is a lie from beginning to that bad. careless cat we saw her.' I hare recently opened In Richmond a large and No matter how shattered the sjrttem may complete Mining Mill, and am prepared to furnish down stairs, running over two lady end. Then grandma sho grabbed the poor be (rom excesses of any kind, the Great Ger- erery kind of visitors Clint Middleton was pushing cat, and such a terrific beating as sho man InTlgorator will secure health and Resolved to do BLTTEiA-rWh- ca Bee adTertifement. For sale by BUILDERS' MATEEIAL I out before tho explosion took placo. Three First-Clas- s I was a youngster we hada1 worthy gave that poor creature, I bono no Fenny & McAliater, Stanford. Implements Combined in One. mctuDiso In a few momenta tho engine got but profane neighbor wbobecamo hap- other cat may ever suffer 1 Poor pusquiet and Norv got on his feet saying: pily converted at a Baptist revival, sy 1 Dear old grandma 1" Flooring. Wcatlicrboardlufr, STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. "Dinged if iho's going to bust after and thereafter faithfully followed the Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: The Albion Spring Tooth ..Harrow, finds ShnIi, Blinds, r,aths, Doors, Once in avwhile a foreigner and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for ' Ilecaux your bouse, or your good, or your lire Hliluglcs, MenldlngH, Stair- Cultivator well pleased with my purchase. Then they got a derrick and lifted Master. At a prayer and conference that tho irreverent American brain tock, or rourother property have not been burnt it. I am As a Harrow and pulver"Don't or Injured by Are or lightning, la no guaranty that ways, ale. Newt to the ground while a man on meeting early in his Christian life, is as activo as his own. izer it is the best' I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange they cannot be. Don't you think, then, tbtt It to secure Indemnity In be horseback with a lasso was seut to and long before bis tonguo had lost its you think," said Oscar Wilde to a would lou orprudent tbould occur ? I offer you caae Aa I sell at price such aa the aboro articles can be for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a damage tbt uch comand untrammelled West- at the lowett rate obtainable In any n In bought In Louisville, Cincinnati, or other whole- Cultivator. Craig Lynn. catch Al, and Clint waa dispatched to habit of using profane words, he sale bouses, I am sure I can make It to your admenced an exhortation in this wise: ern lass, "that 'nice is a nasty word." surance Company. I represent eeren and you may vantage to patronize borne Institutions. I am playn, riiiLirn also a practical take your choice. tell tho ladies the boys weroonly here thlnkin' Sho looked sweetly into the face of "I have been Mr. Geo. D.Wearun Dear Sir; I have one of the Albion Spring ing a joke. have been, and I tho loithele and replied, "Do you A Lincoln Co. Farmr200 Acres Tooth Sulkcy Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am is safe to say, that tbo outfit camo what a '1 d fool It well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. resolved to do bettor." The re- think that 'nasty' is a nice word, Mr. FOK HALE I as near being scared into tho unknown havo And am prepared to furnish designs and estimates buildings and all kind of scroll work. Wm. Goocii. cent electiou returns show us that Wilde T" Lancaster pike, at Col. for hltuitedonlhoDantllleA beyond, where conleta cease troubling I am doing no small business, cn be JudgUruce'a bridge. About 60 acres In wheat, which Is edThat the fact that my bank account runs from from thousands of republicans have been aeeded with clour and timothy, making iluioat and eugmoa aro at rest, as any party The French only mix nine different the entire farm In gnu, well watered with Terl f l,50U to Si 000 per week. Geo. D. Wearen, Esq. Dear Sir: I used one of the Albion Comwhat d d fools and vontraciing ana uuiiuiug uoae pro ipuy uu g aUoone nareral could well be. Hereafter an engineer articles together to make minco meat. and best spring pond sprlugs; county, of the largeata living price. Address bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my making It In tbe C. H. NTArrOKD. tbey havo been, and that thoy havq a good, comfortawill boss the toy. In this country if cats and dogs and desirable alack form Ice lis on It smoke house and wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work1 perhouse, ble dwelling house, Portland Arresolved to do belter. C. T. Sand'idgk. fectly. rats and old overshoes and horse meat barn, good cabin recently built, a young orchard Circumstances Ai.rEit Cabes.-A- n of ISOc&olce apple trees, good kitchen, garden, Ac. gus. known on application, lialfof and old buffalo robes and bones and Teraisofaalemad may on Indignant gentleman onco Called remain on uwrtgace. nutchue money An humble Sausage thus Addressed Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: Wc bought of you a Spring Tooth shells and bran give out, tbey KMlUtnl JOHN BUlLUER. an Editor to see about a Piece which a haughty Seal Skin sacquo;. ','IIow oyster Lancaster, Ky, Sulkcy. Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in would just as soon put in a piece of had .appeared In tfa6 Paper. Eyeing does it Happen, my Friend, that you DR. GANNJS REMEDIES I seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we arc free to say that the Imple mule as anything else. him earefully from bead to Poot, the Do not Recognize me, when it was We regard it superior, to ment ts a good one and gives satisfaction. ! FOIt THE MILLION. Editor asked: "How much Do you only Two 'Months ago that you Used Mr. Phcubus who. is to take charge any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. K. W. Givens & Son. Weigh T" To this tho Indignant ono to Skin up a Treo whenever I ap- of Qreenbiier White Sulfrtiur Springs, Hailng concluded to remote to Taiaa. I ofler for MANUFACTUHED BY W. K. OANN, TJ. P., ale my replied;. "Two hundred pounds oven." proached ?" ' "You had None tho' is said to havo made 6300,000 as the MONTIC-LL- O, KY. Mr. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: I am pleased with my Albion Ah'," said tho 'Editor, "that Deing Comfort. A Residence & BiialucBS HetiHC, Botter of Mo then, Mr. Sausage; lor boniface at Old Foint Tbe world la filled with the wonderful, beautiIn the town of Crab Com blned the Caso, it affords mo Pleasure to while I was Skinning up tho Tree, few yearn ago Mr. Phatbua was an ex. rh.r.1. k',..In one. situatedstreet. The bulldloxOr ful and Intricate Inventions ol man, yet all th Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better Is on Ianrut.r rAinhin.! ui.nt snd eenlue thst tbe world has av and answers many more purposes than a Drill. u John Buchanan. to Inform you that the Piece to which you, torsootu, wero bailing uown the pressman at a salary oi Biupermonm. two ana all eight none uian, ovi.', wc. ,u 20x0, er known has never produced anything that can 1 rooms. Tbe In Medical with counters and shelling ulcelyaml properly ar compare with "Dr. (J son's Remedies." discover Object is a Typograplcal Error." Stroet with a Tin-cato you skill and science have, u yet, tailed w tied to your Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir, Have tested your Albion Secdcr,on Women are such queer creatures ranged, wun an tne ouiouiiaiugt docc-the dls- lor tbe cure and lb taste ol tb most fulldlou, and anr thing equal to them, recommended. of A Hrec fabula Docet otium cum dlgnl-tat- o Tall."-Den- ver w huh are their drinking and Tribune. no man can understand them. In .11 tiiundmi of Dure water for and fruit tree easea forand use tbey cnlsed br thousands through clean, plowed land and on the foulest stall' land. It gives better, satis? that aro virtue household puiposra.boautlful shade Denver et Tu brute ad aajra. iinmini .n.i iuitifvltjf th entire ttieiutses. all out the length and breadth ol the land, aud a faction than any implement ever used in foul land. generally" conceded The Only Cure for Neuralgia. deed, it hasbeeu In a good and healthy condition. Any one desire Htandard Family Medicine, they cannot be ex Tribune. A. K. Denny. to find a woman log a cheap yet ealuabU residence, among ador- celled, an J are rullyauustauiisiaa vy in strongAn excellent linimont for neuralgia that the only way eop!e. would do well to call est testlmonlsl. er aud proseroua According to. Air. Proctor, if from a premises belore purchasing else whon sho is uot iu. and examine tbe is mule of sassafras, oil of organum out is to call For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Uroochltla, Consumpwhere. Term reasonable. Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have used one of the above mcn single pair for 5,000 years each hustion aud aU Disease ol th Throat and Lungs, yj-JOHN r. NTKOBE. and a half ounce of tincture of capsitioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. man in Monroe county, whose first A wife had married at 2 1 years band and Uho Dr. Ghiui'm Cough Syrup. cum, with a half pint ot alcohol. Soak wifo was his father's second wife a sis J. A. DePauw. of age and there had been no deaths, Female College. For Liver Complalot,Dypopsla, Indlgeatlon.Jaun-dicnine yards of red ilannel in this mixt ter, lias capped the climax aud furth- Stanford Constipation, twur btoiuach and all Ullloua population of tho earth would be Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Dlieuea, wrap it around the bead and tuoa er mixed the genealogical tree by wed 2,199,016 followed by 14fciphers. It ure, HTANFOKD, KY. Utie Dr. Ohiih'h Llrer Cure. Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more than insert the head in a hay stack till, ding his son's wife's sister. would require to hold this population you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy Laratni Rheumatism. Neuralgia. Sprains, Dulses and death comes to your relief. Hwelllng-a- n A Hardin county preaoher by mis- With a Full Corps of Teachers, For a number of worlds equal to 3,100,520 external application for manor eorn land, and it docs its work well where no other machine would Boomerang. work"at all. My son Jimmie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine followed by 125 ciphers. These fig- take took twenty drops of croton oil. This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Beulou beaat, ODlbeZd Mondty In bepteuiber neat. Use Dr. Griiu'h Liniment. all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found Georgia woman wasn't hurt a There is nothing left of him now but view, of tho A urea,are very valuable, in I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for 1 Tor Pile. Hemorrhoids, liuros, Fistula and aU no difficulty. Kentucky Reg ALL TUB BRANCHES OK A immediate danger of people .living bit in the railroad collision, but she his celluloid collar. similar disease, know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months wants 93,000 for the manner In whioh ister. . 5,000 years. THOHOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Use Dr. Ghhh'h Pile Ointment. in the year. John 1. Bailey. she was obliged to turn a somersault At least three men on tbe average According to Supervising Inspector . Are taught, aa well aa For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcere and Old Sores, in the presence of eighteen horrid jury are bound to disagree with the rest Dumout'e report, in the year 1851 Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: Each one of us having purchased.of MUHIO. THE LANQUAQEB. DKAW. Uho Dr. Omuu'h Illttor-SHeshe had only bad $18 hose to show that they've cot minds oi INO AND rAINTINQ. you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Broadcast thero were 39,000,000 passengers car- men. If Ointment. lloatou Tost. their own. on she wouldu t havo said a word. take pleasure in entire ried in steamboats with a loss of 700 roDr.GHHH'HHtemHch Illttera Seeders, wc and done all that saying that they have given ushem to you claimed for them, l'rcfer satisfaction Thoroughly wetting the hair once Miouio Palmer carries a littlo pug lives an averago of one life lost for and Blood Purlner, A KelUblaTontc.Apptllur week with a weak solution In Tuition, prices range from 123 to foO In th Sows the wheat evenly and Icayes and also cure Uypsepsl. Indigestion, Liver any wheat Drill we have seen. every 55,700 persons carried. In tho dog itb her. The other day in a or twice a regular Department. Primary, W; Intermediate Compltlnt, Malarial ravers and all periodical none exposed on the suriacc; also regard of salt water will keep It from falling the tool superior to any freparatojy, HO, and Collegiate, 60. Disease. NauuiacturiU and lor ai sy last fittal year there were 354,000,000 train a conceited utility mau said to other as a pulverizer and believe they will prove valuable ,as Culti: "It's a homely little brute, Isn't out.'. her -. X)., 3C. persons carried and 205 lives lost for fuU particular, aa to Board, Ao., address C. Vanoy, "An actress for revenuo only," is HHM. H, V. TKUEHKAHT, frluelpisl Bole proprietor, alonllosllo, Ky. aMTAll ordsr vators. an averago of only one to every it T" "Not very pretty," said Minnie, Shanks Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. by null will retch pioiupt attention but I wonder what it tbiuks oi you?" what tbey now say of Mrs. IU)gtry 1,727,009. M 'ROBERTS & STAG G Houso T- tttnw, annum. Stanford, Ky., Cr wall-pape- H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAIJaOK, Fall Winter Stanford, Kentucky, DENTIST, ie HmCJ PENNY & McALISTEE, im-por- eno-mie- Journal-De- MOUSE! iTAl:Mw&IhifgU GROCERS, 12-- tf St. Asaph .BIocIs, Stanford. ST.ASAPHHOTEL PER PENNY & McALISTEE first-cla- ss PLANING MILLS! hap-plne- TJECE. HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. 5.3IONT free-minde- flnt-cla- jo. ARCHITECT, nerer-lallln- Afflicted, Attention FOR JSALE one-usstore-roo- m wu-Ui- tf e, ct TERMS MODERATE. w. gvtt, tl NOTES ml Or CURRENT EVENTS. 1 "PRAISE WATFRronri; THE LORD." sTAasroiax), icy. Tuesday Morning, Decembor W. P, WALT6N, One hundred and fortr-tlgWin failure for list week. Mm. Larifttrj' receipt durlnjr the past four week amounted to $09,313. 5, 1882 A Florida editot spat upon and hone whipped a Lieutenant Governor of the EDITOR State who Inmlted him. Collector A. M. Sirope took In $ Saratooa Tub Cincinnati Daily Xctcs vrtu ifi subscribers hero Saturday, and tlw general verdict was that It ii m lioiiornnd credit to its project- - 7 who will have th'e gatisfectlon of lecing it jump into public favor from the ttart. The first number was a double one, and besides being n daisy, grfa? as news and general mako up is concerned, showed a press capacity equal to tho belt equipped newspaper offices. TK6 editor of tho Tjmcs-St- ar with & malignity born of 'a fear of honestMvalry, had the meanness to eDjoin ibo vmuciuivu iib uw' oa the night of publication from do lirering tho paper any of the dispatch' es, but it was equal to the emergency, and instead appeared with column after column of live and interesting specials. - The dispatches of the Asso ciation are fast beiBg superceded by specials any how, and tho more enter prising of the dailies use them but -erv little as a ccneral thine. Tho .Nines has its own wires to Washington, New York, Chicago, St, Louis, Columbus and Louisville, all great news centres, and so is practically in denendent of tho Association. The Keics is to bo Simon purely democratHon. M. W. Larue haa purchased the ic, and in that particular will indeed printing outfit of the old Commonvealth of want" in Ohio. Gov. "fill a long-fel- t Frankfort, formerly owned and published John C. Underwood, who has labored by the late Col. A. G. Hodges, who waa for for the last' two years to start such a twenty-fir- e years Public Printer. Mr. La paper, is to be congratulated on the rue wilt start a paper to be caueu "ine grand fruition of his hopes, and his Commcnictalth " The performance of "Si Slocum" by Kentucky friends unite in predicting honorable career, the Frank Frayne Company at the Thank- for it a bright and giving matinee at the Coliseum Theatre, as well as a pecuniary success of a Cincinnati, was brought to a tragical end gratifying character. in the fourth act by an accident which re bed-po$GO0,OOO-$20i,OOO Internal revenue laat month. All except a little orer $1,000 wm oa whlokj. with a Louisville has a capacity of half a million of bushel. The banding In 187 feet long by 87 wide am! 140 feet high. Cbrlatltn Helm, of Jxjulsvllla hanged Friday morning, and hlmrelf to Charles Creel cat hit throat with a raior and then jumped into the river. Bourbon count haa 221 miles of turn" pike, In 49 road, which cost her upward by taxation and the of remainder by Individual subscriptions. Most LocVhart, who killed Mosea Blalock, In a fit of Jealouay at Edgefield, S. C. laat April, performed the double ahnflle In that city Friday, with nothing to stand on. Two traina collided near Falmouth on the K. C K. K. Saturday, killing Wm. Gray, fireman, and seriously injuring several other. Roth englnea and 4 freight cars and a baggage cur were wrecked. The Board of Audit on the Garfield claims have made the following allowances to physicians: Dr. Bliss, $0,600; Dr. Frank Hamilton, $5,000; Dr. Agnew, $5,000; Dr. Reynolds, $4,000; Dr. Boyntoti, $4,000; Mrs. Dr. Edson, $3,000. There hive been 171 new National Banks organued this year and 10 hare voluntarily discontinued business, leaving the total number at present 3,209 with capital stock amounting to $500,000,000 or more and a surplusage of over $131,000,-000- . Pear Interior , A few details m to our present whereabout may noOw uninteresting to your reader, Innocent perhaps, aa I was a motH.li go of such a place. It Is not "equidistant from Albany and Troy," .nor between them, a I at first thought from Brother Thompson's letter of Invitation. But it la on the right bank of the Hudson River 4 mllea above Troy, which la on the left bank and 10 mile above Albany which Is on the right bank. Jnst below Wateribrd the Mohawk River empties into the Hudson. We are therefore, on the point them. The Mohawk contribute Its full waters to the lovely llndaon, through three mouths, one bearing the name of the Co.,N. Y.,1 November 20, 1882 I HE'Bewling Green Oazdte says that the Louisville Commercial is as of Register of suring tho Land Office Sheldon by publishing the thatjse is behind in his accounts with theBtate.1, If tho Qazelle had taken the trouble to investigate it would have found that the charges originally appeared, in the Pott, and although somewhat exagerated, the publication has already had the effect of bringing that officer up to the scratch. However, this is not what we started out to discuss, but the everlasting, silly twaddle about making votes for a candidate by Dflblishiwr hia sins of omission and oemmiakn. To charge, that tho dem ocracy will give a better support and more triumphantly elect a man be cause he is a thief or a swindler, is no worse Jan Wuea"tioa than the Gatetle's We believe thoughtless assertion. that" when a man offers for office the public' should knew what manner of man h is aasea 10 Bunnori ami ii no has been guilty of a criminal action to tell the truth and nothing but the truth about him. This we conceive tOjhejDiie of .the most imperative du ties of a newspaper and the editor who would shield a dishonest man by tailing" to "telf that "which ought to be told. is cot worthy of the name. sulted in the killing of the leading lady, Annie Von Behren, by Frayne. In this act Miss Von Behren, who personates Si Slocum'i wife, agrees to the ordeal of hav ing an apple shot from her head by him to sire his life and her honor. The shot had always been successfully made by Frayne, sporting rifle ho used a especially made for him by the Smith & Wesson Company, which he haa used for the past three years. On that afternoon, however, the spring holding the barrel in place broke just aa Frayne pulled the trigger, tilting It down enough to send the bullet through Von Behren'a forehead, killing her almost instantly. The shot was made while standing with hia back to the girl, the sight being taken from a mirror in front of him. Frayne waa to hare married the girl in a short time. He was arreted and held in $3,000 bail to answer for murder but waa afterwards acquitted. breech-loading The Ut. Pisgah Concert. EJitor Interior Journal: The Concert that waa held at Mt. Pisgah church waa in all respects a grand success, considering that the whisky men employed Wm. Burton to go around and electioneer against the Sunday-Schoo- l, the Inclemency of the weather and the opennesa of the church. The opening address waa well delivered br Eld. Geo. E. Kersey. It waa good and intelligent, and well directed in When a woman will, she will, you may depend on't. Mrs. Courtland, a popular lecturer in Missouri, missed the only passenger train from the town she was in, Rich Hill, and having an engagement to lecture that night in another town, tried to reach it by applying for passage on a freight train. The rules forbade the carrying of passengers on such trains, so she demanded to be shipped as live stock, and as there was no rule against this, she was weighed, ticketed and consigned to tho editor of the town as a cow, and as such occupied a stock car to, her destination, So we learn from the Kansas City Timeg, but it may bo a lie after all. The new penal code of New York which has just gone into effect, provides that attempts at suicides shall be punished by two years imprisonment and a fine of 81,000. This is pretty rough on a fellow who wants to shuffle off bis mortal coil and it will make him feel more like doing so tbau ever, BrKCTATQB. but It is a good law, which should be A Correction. adopted and enforced in nil tho States. To the Editor ut The Interior Journal.) The law makers evidentlywere guilty In the Journal of the 23th of Nov., of an oversight in not adding a clause to the law making it a capital offense your buaines msnager doe an injustice, unwittingly I think, yet not the les an in when the attempts at 's were successful. on his auricular and in a letter in the Commercial says of Messrs Fleming, Miller and Whallon, who charged that he was guilty of bulldozing and intini-datin- g on the day of the election: reporters and thoso of the Juoac Fxnley is waltzing around voters at Whitley Court House "If your I'otl Lave correctly reported them, they are an unmitigated set of liars and scoundrels," The Judge evidently needs attending to and the honorable gentlemen should go out and teach him better than to sling epithets around so loosely. levy la the State SI cents on the S10O, and the poll tax 81.50. There must be some mistake. The county levy of Lincoln is but 20 cents on the 9100 and the poll tax never was higher than 91.50. A statement is going the rouuds that Bourbon has the lowest county them, the Captain baited the Mohecan a few minutes until the passenger ran over Ltd. Cincinnati.. . " Ueorgeto wn . to see them. There was not a shadow of Lellu(toa ...,...... the citv of Cohoes then. All has been built MlcholatTllle . T 7 12 47 since Waterford and Lanslngburg, are old . NolS 12 10 " High Bridge.. g IS IU3 towna. Tror ia comparatively new though 4" Harrodsburg Juncl'n Arm 1213 Dunlins. IIS irij 12 its: a 2o 143 long since distancing its slower ueighbora ' Uintills Junction. Kx.B it 8 S3 a ii .V In the race oi improvements. 2 20 ..... " Somerset --t, S40 A.M 2 " l'olnt Burnsldt... Waterford ha a good deal of wealth in M ... ..... 7 10 Hockwood 730 it, being the residence of many prominent S'23 7 41 as Spring City ...- .business men. The old Bank of the place 1013 9 33 I 90 J JKk lioyc. HHw 1123 .. 0 43 B 10 ... doesn't look aa if it had much in It, but Arr. Chattanooga noaruEouay. some of your readers may remember it aa having been robbed of $100,000 some years No 4 INo 2 Nolo No Acm ago, only a portion of which waa recovered r.M KM, r. m. A.M by a compromise with the thieve. re. ChaltanoogaLjj.f.jrfJ a oo 730 sis a 10 743 6 30 The bridge that spans the Ifoaeoo be. 7 1s 033 (SAVE AND DURABLE! . 710 Lansinglftric is very Spring ( tween Waterford and 40 10 US 6 00 . Hockwood .l7T 7 100 year Aid, and It ancient; not far from 1 31 1143 . In fact, ther lino Knglae that equa'a II for I'rlce. Hlroollclly. Durability and Reliable Work i It l'olnt llurnalde V 2 13 good for another hundred, if one may 1210 -.- . 'i Somerset .. JustTIIKESUINKtoDrlv Dsnjillt Juntilon. ,. Noll 8 3) 630 163 fudge from the stout old timbers oX yellow . Lex. S4I ' DanTllle 640 202 pine, massive, wonueriuiiy uraceu and ltarrodibui. Junct'n Exp. 3 37 Sfri 211 4 11 CIO 210 High Bridge...,, aound as when first put up. The soldiers S3 263 ,Nlcnolatflile. ....... P.M. 433 of the war of 1812 marched over ft and 70S S2S ' Lrxlngtoa ............. 2 80 603 CORN SHELLER8, PRINTING PRESSES the legend remalna of how they were bro62 733 3 41 Ueurgttoen.. ...... 263 7 40 10 23 003 . S 23 ken into amall squad In passing over it, .Arr. Cincinnati ' and required to break step in order not to I A.M. ALABAMA OKEAT BOUTUKKN. MitMN, Injure It by simultaneous "tramp tramp." And a Thoroughly Equipped 000 experi- Lt. Chstunoga., Bro. Thompson and I compared justice to the tuemory and to the family of 1166 Altaua ,.,,..--a is lllroilugbsui. ences aoon after our arrival. HI history Dr. Farris. ' Tuscslooss SS3 of struggle agaiatr-al-rera- e it a very romance 1000 Arr. Meridian. There ia no evidence and no probability circumatance. Born in Ireland; comVeridlao. 6 30 that be took chloral with suicidal intent, if ing to thia country at the age of five, rear- Lrs. Tiltrlfm.,,,,,, ,,,, " 67 ed a Catholic, then slowly and (teadilv 12 21 " Blruilngbtia. he took it at all, while all the circumstanit ' ' Attalla 260 Where Every Produot of the Country gaining light when once his mind waa ces and hia conversation previous, to his 6 30 awakened to the issue of eternity! until he Arr. Chattanooga ii bought and aold. In fact, death make it aa certain aa any fact, not abandoned the Church olbta fattier at a VIC1UOUUU AND UEitlDIAN. we do a General Excapable of being reduced to a demonstra- cott of everything temporal; then, with a Lis. Meridian.. 10 20 " Forest. ... change Busi1260 tion, can be roa.df.that he did not anticipate stmnle faith in (lotl. working hit way man' " Brandon. 26 ness fully up until ho bad a College and Theo" Jacason ........ the ending of hi life by suicide or 8 65 Call Ht Tho Jetiriml Office Mud ucoeHe oftho desjIrHhle logical Seminary training a good aa the Arr. Ylckiburg ..., 120 through onr en' CBglRetj Ih eperatlOH. IlcHtowbcr every EHfdHe ' me in such a limple, Lis. Vlcksburg. 00 The statement that he had been drinking best. All this h told tire line, thus giv10 41 " rsaua,i for some days is gratuitous, and if it meana touching; way, that I could only exclaim, ktM eiirKUHa-HHlcing our trade an advantage Hrandoi 1188 T11K ' that he had been drinking to great excess, whta he waa donet 'THAISt Fores-t144 W all Ilook wilier be well and mbstaolUlly else. made; say to sale,purchaser! thai wsgusrantee our louslructloh,Koilnee to wall and (ire the'full power LORD," lie U 31 year of age, not much Arr. Meridian . 443 Not usually found anywhere it I untrue. tobe simple, durable and coiupletn to work claimed when properly attached aud nianaiel. We mske the abote guarantor, and ssll rja'tbs follow- streak of Insanity is more than a year outof the Drew Seminary VlCKSuUlUasBIIUEVEll HT AND FACIFIC. The theory of a ua conuiuons. vis. will glte sue purcnaseriu nrsisuasyi after the arrival of lb Engine to git It -rightly said to be "alleged," for It haa no and only ii month married to a sweet, A Large Line of a fair and satisfactory trial; In rase the fcuglne falls to ooue np to our guarsutee, we will lake back thai 110 modest, thrifty wife, who la already a mod-e- l Lts. Vlcksburg., euOJcfeot foundation in fact. received oo the hnglas, provided the purtlisacr rsturos Ih Knglo to hit Delta. 12 SO bui uv. icuuu. mil dollar lea itfon. aud housekeeper. Our girl have fallen in love Arr. Monroe tea It subject to our order ky the dost olaald S uajt' trlalr1 J 6 SO uesreai rsuroaa It i certainly unuaual and it aeema a litUrtslnly no man could t k fort more liberal otter aoi contra: I tle bard to say of one so lately deceased the with her as , hoate. 1 do not apprehend Lee, Monroe.. 7 JO net 12 SO Delta harshest thing that cruel bate could possi- any theological storm, nor interference with LOOK t 200 my work, for liro. T.ia himself a "holinesa" Arr. Vlcksburg.. bly have said ofbini while living. oo Power Engine and Boiler , Now on Exhibition, aa Sanctifler over You will do a favor to those of whom. man, having taken Jesut Power Engine and Boifer .,.. ,mo 00 JI0OO .,....,- .,, JOHN SCOTT, V. P. and Osn. Man. Cin. Sou. Power hnglne and Holler .. SM . on account of hia noble nature and kindly one year ago. Il'y, Cincinnati, Ohloj E. i. niutun, u. r. and jOlorse Puwtr rulgin and Uulltr . asooo .- -. " CO. Mr. and Mr. Wilson are holding eyan I. A. Cin, Bou. K'y, Cincinnati, O.) II. COLL-heart, the memory of Dr. Karris deserve UsIltsredoncsrsatHlirlugneld, Ohio K'r. Chsttanonca.Tann.1 eelical rueellns across the river at Lan- - BltAN.H. lurfurthir Infurination and dcrlptira patuphlel, address the uianufactursrs,ii well, you will do an injury to no on, and K A. V. Vickiburf, J. HAHDY, U McUUIUE, AO.M. K'y.V., B. g Miss. I JOE F. 4 f. moie titan all you win uo justice oy man. aloshurg. Just now, with considerable f. A. oa tr JAMEM IsUFFKL. A CO., SprlHgHeld, Okie, ATTIIE"TWINFKONTS.M a proper correction of the former report, cet I am told. Mr. W . fa tho Itter of 1 . K'y, Monroe, La, its application. The address by Rev. Jaa. Cook on waa grand in its ideas and sublime in it application, allowing tbat the poorest boy in our land may become the chief ruler of the nation. Hon. J. J. Rust gave us one of his grand tem perance speeches, which waa well received by all the temperance men and women of Ibis vicinity. Mies Anra Robinson de livered two splendid orations ''The Laat Hymn," and "The School-BoyFirst Kiss." "The Old Man and Woman Quarrel," by Messrs. II. W. Riee nd John A. Chappell, waa in all respect designed to show in what whisky will do in a family. Miss Samantha Oaks' essay on "Time" was a faithful reminder tbat time bears us all away to tbat ahore from which no traveler returns. Mia Clara Oaks' temperance ad vice to the youth of our land waa extreme ly good. "The Clavia," by Miss Maggie Russell, was certainly a very rich treat. Mr. J. P. Chandler deserves great credit for being so good an auctioneer. The re ceipts of the evening were something over sixteen dollars, which la to be applied to the church at once and not givan to individual as the whiaky men were prophesying. The devil is always a very poor marksman. Any person that wishe to give any thing to the united Baptist and Methodist church can do so by sending it by letter or handing it to Mr. A. E. Mclnerney, (the church collector,) at Mirror, Ky, Sunday-Schools ty river and the other called the "sprout.' The base of the delta thus formed is about two miles, and at the apex and lately In the islands formed by the varior streams lie the City of Cohoe population of about 20,000, across the Hudson from Waterford and Cohoe and stretched along the bank till Its limit meet the Troy limits; ties the city of Lanslngburg population 7,000. Troy haa over 00,000, Albany over 100,000. Little Waterford hia about 4,000. So you can see what a next of populations we have fallen upon; the fact being that although under different corporations, it is almost one continuous city on both (Idea of the Hudson, perfectly accessible day and night In all parts by steam and horse-carA little world of rush and roar and whlit of steam and clalter'of wheela and busy manufacture and streams of restless men. Aa we came in on the train laat Wednesday afternoon, crossing the Mohawk, just below the Cohoe fall, I recogniicdthe locality in a flash, though a mere ribbon of water here and there waa tumbling over the black rocks, where I had seen a handsome eatar-aof roaring waters. (The river are all low just now, hereabouts.) Test, forty, four years ago I passed this place onthe'Erl Canal, that yet la the great trade artery o the Empire Slate. Mother, sitter, Lote and I were going to the great New York City on a visit to mother' rich kin folks-- all by name and description to ua children through year of repetition from mother's lips, proud of her kin, aa she alwaya waa. They were all grandeurs to ua then, and would have remained so had we never seen them. How limp and collapsed their stately figure are now, after the knowledge of years and of other people have brought them to their true level. Well I on that neverto trip, both because it was cheaper and pleaaanter than any other route, after visiting Niagara, we embarked at Lock port, the Weatern terminus on Lake Erie, on the good packet and went all the way to Troy on "the Hudson, the Eastern terminus. We-- ' were perhaps, a couple of week oa the road, running a fierce race all the way with a rif val boat which I remember waa named Redbird. What between contentions for freight and paaeesgers, a we passed and repassed each other, it came at last to cuts and then to blows, fa which ting Captains and crew joined heartily. Thia culmination occurred near the city of Rochester and I recall the fact that we were detained a whole day there in a law auit in which the passenger figured aa witnesses of sundry 'assault and batteries,'' all of which was intensely horrifying aa well as interesting to ua boys. Of course we armly espoused the side of our injured Captian and crew and looked upon the Redbirdite aa little less than buccaneer who wished to rob us of our right When we reached Troy, our Captain told ua we had passed the Redbird in the night and beaten them to the terminus. But as the; rival boat was certainly ahead when we went to bed that night and her villainous Skipper had all along come out "first best" in our squabble by the way, and was certainly not the sort of man to be caught napping and overhauled on the last quarter stretch, I am afraid our beloved Captain told ua a benevolent lie, wishing us to have the Joy of being on the winning boat. And we were willing to believe him and never dreamed of the probable deception until a close acquaintance with the ways of men slowly sapped my confidence in our little Captain' statement. I feel sure now that the Redbird beat ua badly. ct n n, tow-line- P, Ribs of blessed memory, and ha a like gift ol song, 1 have not saet them yet. mMonsry to Dr. House fotty re 81am and to Presbyterian. In Waterford. The falling health ol hi wife brought htm hoate several year since and It I not likely he will return at hit advanced age. I notice him aa an attendant at our meeting. Waterford aud Lnnsleeborg are both atrung alnnjf the river baak occupy In, rather narrow ledge with high Mum ia the rear. They must be lovely in theSum-ue- r time, for the principal street are lined with ancient elm whose .overhanclna branches meet In mid-aiThese long, straight rows, cltd tn greenest green, can not but be lovely In their season. We have formed a verv aurecable ac nualnUne with an nncle and aunt of Prof. Wilson, of Central University, who board at the same house we call our temporary home. Onr Mr Wilson is also akin to the Humphrey of Woodford, which make him almost kin to ua, so dear are some of that name to our hearts. I close thl communication Monday morning. Yesterday the congregatlona were fair, but no special movement, except at the children' meeting 3 P. M., when 40 of the dear little one confessed the Savior. The old folks looked on aghast, Snd held their breath when little confessed Jen us "a best they could." 1 know how they talked afterwards, Tarn used to It. But Jean take the children "in bis arms and blewea them" all tht same, which I what I want. The frostbitten sheep will follow the lambs, soon, I trout. The weather it "cold, cold, bitter cold," with everything in a snowy winding sheet, yesterday and last night's fall. Ever in Geo. O. Barnes. Jesus, n ie-sii "-l'- OK TJIK T HOLIDAYS The followlng.cnta rcprcient tho CLAD TIDINGS llond Carefully tho Following Statement OF STUBBORN" FACTS Till'. FIHM.OF t Collars and Cuffs --i- n lsjK oun Furnishing Goods Department, and along with them wo glTB a ferr items in general atecki Welsh, Wiseman & Co., ' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, , Will be dissolved Jtnutry I, IMS, ont intmher, at tcasl, o( the Arm hsrlnf determined TO OO WKST , tv4-tInrleweftblschsn(te,rroioslitlosolurslorkln IN1CXT GO At nln Very Many Gases UndwrCost. , hse And THE latnomrllsh this, will dispose of It iOfc;- . We from tttS.OOO to $10,000 In New and JcnimMc l'lill and WinicipCiobdN Clothing, m hTB aitorkol indi that -- ear trylncUdla. lUmfraWr II Is not th tn KsnVllls, rKsntly poseor,tuttb4WholotbyfaiTlla.'I'AllUEHrANIlIANlJO.MK.irMTl)CIC and almost all unbrotro. In Dips All our 'Insasra romll purchased In the Eastern Maitrts floods -- a hst a la ) ttoca of I'laln and llrocade Velvets, natlniind Kiln, Khowltr fifths, Caahrnsree, Ac, In the newest snd most deslrstde ihsdrs. Complete lines of iluslery. Ladies' and, UaatiV Underwear and fancy Uoodi itosraily. The largest and most complete stork v( Tosstrlnreln thllwsy IsHdles.RHflC'lilltlrcH'Mr'herH nt rixtirvM that Will AafoHlaii All Buckltn's Arnica Salr. The tint aalr In tht world far Cats. Bruises, Botes, Ulcers, Salt Itheutu, Few Sores, Tetter, Chirped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all 8kln Eruptions, and positively euret piles. It It guarantied to glva entire satisfaction or money refunded. Trie 21 eenU per bos. For sale by Ttttaj A McAlIster free of Cost: AllpersoDswIihlngtolett lh nmlta of a great that will positively cur Coniutnp-tln,-Cough- a, rsmsdr-on- t Colds, Astums, Bronchitis, or anjr affection of the Throat and Lunp art requested to call at renny A McAllater's Drug Blots and get a Trial ltotlleof Dr. "Ctng'a New DIscotut for Consumption, tree of cost, which will show 70a what a regular dollar.ttca bottle will do. Mrs. Eate Dadderar, Lancaster street, Stanford, Kentucky, UoodsofTerTdeerlptlon-Ter)lhlng- Hats and Caps, Who price them. Uenls' Cloths, Caolnirrrtand' lists at a ptsltlte sserlncs F.lumtlTm erCerpeteat lSi, manufacturers' prices. The VKKV CIIOIIK.1T Hjlea and qualities ol Csllcors, Cet km V, tfsfy (ilerbsms, Ac.sl prls hitherto pit I fir the meanest You will eAecl sn loimense sarin PO w truVV-hoNKVV ALI'oUr.TS.only eur old ftlttvl. "tried nl thine ton bar. We will mske NO we know to be illt editeand prompt, will we rmllt until January 1st. Our fundi lists been HOUdllT up lo Ike nest days, lllll CASIt snd MUST lllUMidAIII. As our buslamsiiinsl lie wouhd tall opportunity .04 faying-I- sll lton'1 throw away of who oweuisre esrnestly requested torsll and sttl "(' n yoursiippllcs at prices KAK IIKIAHV sny onVml heretofore. WKKsSII, WINISMtAUr A CO. '' Jim :J?AJL,JL Gloves and Ties, ANNOUNC'MENT :X8.: i 9 Is dally receltlog new and beiutlful Millinery of tht lst-itjrle, anunolad; who Intends buying anything In brr line should fall toesllon her. Price ss low as the lowest. She It thankful lor fsit and hopetltr their continuant- -. Mrs. Mollis Myers hssrhsigrol the department, which Itatuffldsnt guarantee that her cusMintus-Mstlng nt Dry Goods, nsanijsMajsjs tomers will And no cause lor complaint. 85-- tf SALE! VALUABLE COAL LAJNI). At Executor ol R. M. Bradley, Ky., en I will, tn Is7sTs3sT ri vKi m CHENAULT, IIiitoJiihI recclTCai n cry larxo Meek ef 4 . il 4, ' SEVERANCE & CO .,- MONDAY, IE0E.HIIEni8, 'SS, Boots and Shoes, r a Expose for sal to the best and highest bidder about 330 Acme of valusble Coal Land, lying Immediately upon the Kooxrllle branch of the LouliTlllei NaihvllleKa llroad. In Laurel county, Ky .embracing the Isad upon which Is sllusted Faulkner A McLean's Mills-tim- ber referred. The sale will be made on credit of A and It month!, bonds ot equal Installments with good security, bearing 6 per cent. Interest from day of sale until paid, required of purchaser, snd a lien retained. IV. O. BBADLEy, FALL Rubber Goods, t AND WlNTERDRY GOODS, TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER! nsroTionsrs, , ...". : 1 , T11I3 OFFEB 18 MADE BY THE NEW YORK OBSERVER The oldetl'and beatofthersllgloui weeklies. For sixty jean, this undenominational, unsectarlan and erangelical newipaper hss been circulating In the United Slates and In almost every fortgn country. Its subscribers are counted by tens of thousands. Each year Us proprietors bsre added to Its vslue, engigtng fresh editors snd correspond-snts- st home and abroad, enlarging and multiplying Its departments snd endeaTorlng to realise their high ideal ol the Belt Religioua and Secular Family Newspaper. They offer this year to every aabscslber, new and old, wboss luncrlptlon it paid fur 1863, tht new book ol Iter. B. lrtnttut Prime, D. !., entitled Trsyer and Ua Answer." a handsome volume of nearly SCO pages, bound in cloth, the retail price of which Is II. Specimen copiisof the piper sect tree. Address) MKW YOUK.OBbEBVKU.Nsw York. CLOTHING; BOOTS, Trunks andValises, S-HOErS; ssgtlvsH m .ji u, . ' i jeBj Hats, Trunks, f , I Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tezas Pacific "Men are only boys grown tall, II carta don't change much after all." How often since then have I been easily deceived because I wanted to believe things tbat were not true. And now olten since partixan with then have I become a red-has little real reason at the bottom of It aa my zeal in behalf of a canal boat, in which I happened to be a paetenger. But I have run away from the Cohoe Falls. I remember, as we passed near Railway. -?- "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, Valises, &c., &c. This is one of the Largest Stocksthat we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public general ly to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. - III3al-3 "ri-IBIIi- lEI In effect Mot, !, 1- 8- CINCINNATI SOUrilERN DIYIHION. No 1 No Accom Mall SOUTUBOOJID. STATIONS. Nsl7 No f Lex. Nlgt Exp. Exp D'lr Dal- Ex.S ly. Dally aod Ex. B'nd'y aft KB KM K M A.M 4 J J 143 6 IS S 40 13 11 M l 05 II 03 V S3 II SI) 710 12 00 J M 12 M M II joy Underwear, 33. ......'. THE BOOKWALTER 1 POIITAISI.I2 EXCsINE. Clty..r Holiday Goods, SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. t 11 -..- , ....... ......... ........ Wood ElcvatorM, ....... .. , Grocery Department, Cotton GinN, Corn Mills, CrcamoricN. Iutcrler K e. Feed MIIIn, !, Jiatlu.s, .Jto. Keadltt .... e Christmas Goods AT ..,... PRICES OUR .. hi. BRUCE, WAmiU ...w-In- v Su-tttkl3nltnorr- uI Fnwn Ovmsi) al McAltaef ABrlahl'a. Fon Hai.r ltd milker A good , RraJe cow H. Hnice n Taeadaj Morula, Deeealer 4. Fon ltr.NT. The residence now occupfed 6, 1882 bfjtn. F II. Caldwell. For terms, Ac, call on her. I 80 A. M. t N, I0CAL TIME CARD. Psswoger train. N.rlh " " South LticM. NOTICES, IHp.u fej.Lofrf.rfce. A j.Ahqk Tttletj of cook atorrs, healing stores ami grain Just receipt bA. (Jrsf i? V . train on, the ' ' iweniy l one i nour ami ..' i mm Dor Paint of Penny A McAllalsr. ules Isle yesterday, hence no Danville let liar jour ammunition of all kinds from ter. McltolttrU A BuK(f. , t uiirNAtii.T, HEvr.nAwcB A Co., not Nkw Mock of Jewelry nd Sllmwar el wishing to carry over their clothing and Tennj A McAllstr'. Watch w, Clocks and Jewelrr repaired boot! to next season, offer their entire and warranted by Penny A MoAIIstsr. slock of those goods at cosl. Fam, lot of Zlglr fJhc jtut rtctlr- JuixieO. E. KlNCAin has resigned ru ana mr sai ai J. ji. a. it. Hhankf. have a Christmas tree. It Is understood, the Savior and from every aberration Into Lincoln County Farm For Sale! BtaNDAIW BhMt Music, Vocal and In Secretary of the Democratic Bute Commit-tehowever, that the authorities will not at, which for a moment he might be betrayed, l iittHN eeuNrr. and Jas. G. (sirens (ate of tills county, trumcntal, for 10 ctnU at IVnnr A I hare sold ont my rulers snd Confectionery low the church lo be used for that pur he steadily swung back to the safe and business In Htsnfort, snd as a ISTor has been appointed in his stead. Mr. Huthnrillt. t oiler tor ssl rrlrstsly my firm t S73 serfs sll persons InleMed to mewould take Itlorward If s would enrae e pose. The and will most likely steadfast anchorage of his faith In Christ. on IMxUiTfr. 4)4 miles Cast el HUnfonl, within LihciEstocV of Window (IUm, all alie. The Baptist Church edifice still ex settle at once1 Pleam attend to this. is a popnlar and worth young demo-- 1 a half mils of the new turnpike now being; be obtained, M. Doitbl thick glass for flower pits. I'tnnT Ills recent illness, which proved falsi, nAHHOX. from fltsofonl to I'mieheritllle. An excrat, and his friends will be pleased to hear pects to be dedicated, A McAlister. from the dwelllcs to the pike. The Laurel Coal Association haa se was sudden and of rspld progress. He did cellent The Doctors report Improvement in of hit appointment. srs brick and frame, with 10 rooms. lected Mr. aCrooko of Pine Hill, as Ag't. not in the beginning, or perhsps at any IlulhilDKS J I'rr rewired a new lot of cloaks for Well wstered wllh line sprlogs, somsol them medthe sanalary condition of the West End, ical water. i, and children and a fine lot of DolYetTEiunY was n Hostcrlng-,.- . windy He will be located at Flttman's with Mr. time while his mind was unclouded by the lb fencing. Imnrorementa Address Including Terms lllrsl. For extraordinary bargains In drv or esll on mans. J. H. AH. II. Shanks. lay, such as would have driven a fire all Wslton Woolsey as Secretary, and J. D. derangement of Buctessor toDsufherty A Holmes, MKN.NAKAII COOK, hia anticipate that BUnlord, Lincoln county Ky. OniUT IUiiuction in sheet music: 60, over town had It once gotten headway. goods, notions, boots and shoes, go to J. E. Chandler as traveling sgent, In selecting attack would prove fatal, and very earnest70 and $1 diuiic now sold at 0 cents. lUg. Rysn. STANFORD, - - KENTUCKY, Mr. Crook e the Association has acted ly resisted every proposition to advlso hia ular site snd on good psixr, at Mclloberta One caught on (he roof of ,A,r UPcnny's The farmers are taking advantage of SUncncTOaxra or., kitchen, right In the centre of the busiest A HlagR's. the fine weather'and gathering their won- wisely. His ability is beyond question family of his condition, alleging his fears and bis long experience in the coal busi-ne- of its consequence upon his father's deliI'ARTin indebted to me will please settle blcck but the bucket brleada auctrMlad In derful crop of corn, ti.the llth ofthis month or their accobnts extlngufthtng (l before much damage was warrants his success. Ills duties as cate state of health, and his confidence in Hog billing1 Is fairly Inaugurated and will be placed in the hands of (leorge W. done. the ladles seerri td'remember our penchant agent will not prevent hia looking closely his own speedy recovciy. He said "all is Bobbin. J. P. Doty. OwiNO to Illness Eld. W. L. Williams after the Interests of the Altamont Coal being done for me that can be required and for spareribs, sauaages, Ac, did not preich the funeral sermonof James Company of which he is President. why trouble them at home?" It was true, E. PERSONAL. A nice stock of men's snd boy's clothH. BURNSIDE, as he said, that everything was done for MMi.J. C. Hays It ri.ltlog her fatti Withers as expected, but his place waa fill ing will he sold for the next thirty days A Nota from the Junction. ed by Eld. J. L. Allen, of Danville. Ai a him that medical skill or friendly sympa- Thla Old er family in Qsrrard. regardless of cost, at J. E. Ryan's. Woll - Known Richmond Junction, Deo. 4, 1882. thy and vigilant watching could do. His Mim Lena Lackkt is tlsilln the mark of respect to Mr. II. 8. Withers, who Hotol Still Maintains (H the iUiUr c 71 UltrtorJtwnol Brown's Dick condemns Ttrtu Siflingi has from its beginning been a prominent Misses Denny, of Qsrrard. High We were amtied to see in your issue companions among the students were un on the grounds that "It turns every thing AND Mm, Lizzie Dltxo, of Lancaster, and director in it. the First National IUnk was Into reticule and is filled with onpossible of Nov, 28th, an article stating, "there are wearied In their services to fight back the Miss Km ma Cook, of Mercer, are the guests closed on the day of the burial. three bar rooms In Richmond Junction, steady encroachment of the disease, and Iti Proprietor is Determined that facts and 'lecttoneerlng antidotes." it 8hall be Second to no Country of Mrs. JLG.NeTlut. The rnoromo! to establish a New Notice To sll persons in arrears and the Bitler Creek fellows came down neither they nor his physicians ever ceased Hotel in the State in its Fare, in the most heroic and hopeful treatment Mim Irvine Dakeh of Loularllle, one Bank at Lancaster is meeting with the most with me, s hereby given that I wish to col there to take the town and no marshal there Appointments, or Attenas long ai a sign of life remained. He passof the lotellctt oT the P. 0, Xj of the ses- gratifying success and is now an assured lect promptly and without fall. Come the town not beius incorporated." We ed away, as Is tion to Comfort of usual in such cases, with their Guest. sion of '81, la a guest of the college and her fsct. The stock is being rapidly aubecrib-r- d forward sod settle at once, J. M. Cook. were not aware that the Legislature bad little consciousness of his progress to the WAGONS KINDS. former schoolmate, Mtse Leltle KoclieMer. A number of hsnds are busy thro' changed the name of Stanford to that of great change. He couldj utter little more RsiKaga and is in greater demand than the sup-plWe manufacture Carriages of all deacrfntlona. will be eoareyed to aid from the depot ejaculations to the Father to deMr. J. II. Dim DeBar, ef New York employing only free of chars. Special accommodation to workmen and using Ills believed br those. who are mm. log a stone archway over the turnpike to "Bitter Creek," a that creek runs down than brief from to Commercial Trat elers. The liar trill b liver him temptation; but rememberoniy material, ana sen st ressonsoie City, Ileal Estate and Immigration Agent, peteet to judge, that a pew bank there will supercede the trestle-woron which trains from Stanford. The truth is, there are not ing now, as we do, all that we know of him always sapplled with ths choicest Bgures style, workmanship and material eonald- feraadsofLlqaorsaad Clgsrs. 1T.M. IrAUUHKKTT. HI was here last week on a visit to Messrs. pay well,es(eclally as the capital slock will have hitherto been crossing. The railroad three bar rooms in Richmond Junction; during his brief sojourn among us, we feel Miller A Fraacls, prospecting for the loca- not exceed $100,000, if indeed that much is at that point is some 40 feet above the and Stanford being the West End of Rich assured that he died firm In his faith in tbe m'ond Junction, Its name must be "Bitter Savior, and that he has surely gone to the tion of German, Bwlss and French colonies, desired. The building which will contain pike. blessed reward that awaits all who die Our Bind, of whloh we are beginning Creek." It is true that we have some in Miss Anmie Cook and Miss Vlrgle It Is going up rapidly and when finished the Lord. 8ta0ord, two Tery charming and accom- will be one of the handsomest in the coun to be proud, proposes giving a musical troubles in our town by a young man who We knew him thoroughly, loved him tenplished young ladles, members of th try, thanks to the enterprise of the proprie and probably a theatrical performance du- lives near Bitter Creek," who shot out tbe derly, and, in faith and hope, commit him ring the holidays. Of course we shall ex- lights of the school-housFranklin Female Collrge faculty, were the tors, Mesaia John W. A W. 8. Miller. soon after a to the Savior love. Respectfully, -- er na. W. K. Pendleton. guests of Mis Sallle Claypool, Poplar St., adjourned a few nights ago. pect, and be grateful for the countenance Singing-schoo- l REUBIOUS. Howling Ureen Saturday and Sunday. His fsther lives with na, and while he sells of neighboring towns and country. Fortunes for farmers and Mechanics. iThe same Toung lady who treated bar goods on Sunday this famous son takes Eld. Jos. Bsllou baptlied W. M. Bright Democrat. Thousands uf dollars can ba sared by using S. wo if-' l .L- - Hanging beau to ginger tea, became confused again bitters In the shape of laudanum, and he Is proper judgment In UVIng ears of tbe health ol in mo " i run minus auernoon. LOCAL MATTERS. we Morses yourself snd family. If you are Illllout, hare on Dr. Guerrsnt'a meeting at McKinner and used plaster of Paris Instead of Bod a truly the bitterest of the bitter on "Bitter sallow complsilon, poor sppttlte, low and deGo to the "Twin Fronts." lias resulted in a number of additions and In making op her biscuits. This creates Creek." Auiia. pressed spirits, indgonerslly debilitated, do not We delsy a moment, but go at once and procure a botat on yesterday he organized a congregation an uneaar sensation in the stomach, but FrsSHsaIi and lira arrive OBITUARY. with about 20 members. makes a raving in the article of flour. tle of those wonderful EJectric Bitters, which W. II. Hlfglna'. never tall (o cure, and that for tbe trifling sum ot JamttWithen. Mr. II. W. Thompson who haa been Rev. R. R. Noel has accepted calls ArrLsslu any quantity, 76a per bushel, both from the Halls Gap Died at Bethany College, W. Va., Not. fifty cents. Tribune. Sold by IVnny A Church and the suffering from Consumption returned from at McAlister A alright'. And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a church at Shelhy City. He wilt preach at New Orleana a few days since and died on 28lb, 1882, James Withers. James Withers of Stanford, Ky., entered the former on the Saturday and Sunday Tuesday at the "house of his brolher-ln-law- , general. liberal share 5 KIT iDTEKTlSK9K5TR. of the nublic Fresh raisins, currants, citron and other Mr. Ab. Chenault. He was buried Bethany College, W. Va., as a student Sept. .fancy groceries for Christmas cake at A, of each month of In ISO. Eespeotfully, We learn that an effort will be made at the Cemetery here on Wednesday. Mr. 1881. He was quite young and had enjoy 8TAnt?0Dkv. Owslay'a. FARM FOR SALE ! t to Induce Dr. Guerrant, the great Presby- T. died a trusting member of the Metho- ed but little regular training in study. But to the wife of Geo. W. Dunlap at Dork he evinced from the beginning a very earn terian Evangelist, to hold a meeting here dist Church. I offer for sale prlrstely my excellent little Farm J, Lexington, Ky., Nor. Ti, 1882, a daughter, Immediately after the Biptlsta get through. John Goode has returned from Colo est desire to improve his mind, and to oi auu rrm. in ido wmi eoti oi uocnin coun'Marie Duetle." ty, within Stalls of Peyton's Well. Jt 12 ofs The Doctor haa been very aoccessful In rado and made glad the hearts of his moth. make up as best he could for the time he mile from the MillcdgeTllle it Stanford pike and Irota 8Untord & UuttonriUo JcstKeceived New mince meat, crack- the mountain counties, having In the last er and sister. Freely Peicock ia in Cin- had wasted in tbe past. At the request of IK miles nss rood lmprorementi; aboutplks, is well watered, ed wheat, oat meal, hominy, grits, prunes, six months organlaed seven new churches. cinnati laying in a stock for the holidays. friends, I took him into my family and Is In grass sod balsne for corn next year. It is iUNDERTAKER very productive. Anr spplrlni; at one currsnts, rattles, citron, Ac, at McAlister Last week at Point Ilurnslde ho organlred Wes. Hocker will run tbe drug store du- treated him with the confidence and free- can obtain a bargain. person M. J. HUI1TT, Allrlght's. AuueugaTiiie, &y, one with a membership of 31 and Salur- - ring Peacock's absence; look out for obit dom of a father. He became singularly atMm Alois IIoesel, of W'eln, Austria, pay another at Pulaski Station with 20 uaries. Sam Williams mourns the loss of tached to ns, particularly to Mrs. Pendle! la here for the purpose of securing farms for members. a dog, and refuses to be comforted. Your ton, and was ever solicitous to please her A Roman Catholic Bishop haa almost correspondent had no Thanksgiving tur- in all things. He had deep religious contwenty or thirty Autlriana, who wish to MAIN ST., STANFORD, victions and was unfailing In hia habit of BONDS OF TOWN OF STANFORD. form a colony here. Mr. W. II. Miller has as much authority over his members as a key; hence his dullness. Has J ust recetrcd a full line of Parlor Suites, Cham- ' Monarch has over his subjects. At MonAs Iho committee appointed for that ruroose br The parlies employed to raise the reading his Bible and of praying alone in him In tow. ItrSiiltcB, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wuhbtands, tbe City Councll.we trill on (SATURDAY, DEC. e Da, J, W. Ctx, pastor of the Christian treal a synagogue haa been built at a cost frame work of the new mill completed the his chamber morning and evening. This 9, 189t,at2o'clockp. M beiore the best Cotton Mattresses, lamp atands, Corner of $300,000 and the Bishop haa issued a Job on Sunday at II o'clock precisely. They simple but practical expression of his sin- door Inot Stanford sell to th htghnt bidder two Brackets, Cent e Tables, Extension TaHonda church, aaid to ua yesterday: "I read Mr, the Town of .Stanford of $50O each, bles, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, mandate saying that the debt must be paid don't belong to thla locality. The projectors cerity and'falth, we learn, deeply Impressed bearlcg 6 per cent, per annum, which will g Ilarnea letter with much Interest. He bo paid sudusUt: said Ilonds to b redeemed Chairs, de. I slso keep constantly on hind of) at ence, and to that end has made an express the opinion that they will be in hia e and induced him, though st the option i f the City Council within ten years certainty U one of the best letter writers A full Una ol Bobes, 81irouds, Coffins snd Caskets. arbitrary assessment on each of his mem- operation about the middle of February. not a professor of religion, to take up and irom me aaie oi ineir lasue. that I know of." I also keep on hand the celebrated B jyd Burglar bers, God loveth a cheerful giver, but he It may not be generally known that the old follow his exsmple. 1 MEO. WKAKKN,; u,m Proof Grara Vault, guaranteed to be perfect proWanted. We want you to bring us ap certainly must pity those who have to give mill haa been retouched and is doing good He was a diligent member of the Sunday-schotection from Teriulne, ground borea,gophers, dampplea, potatoes, cabbage, onions, exx, butter, whtthei or no, , and always In his place and anxleus work. For the benefit of tbe community I ness and burglars. dressed turkeys we buy every thing in In Ralltmore last week the preacher wish to say they can get their work done to learn, in a class taught by Mrs. Pendle I sell st figures that cannot be beaten. Call snd the vegetable and produce line and pay the who administered the ordinance of bap. prompllv on Tuesdays, Fridaya and Sat ton. He was constant In expressions of in' see me. Orders by telemrsph nrorantlr to. highest market prlcenuA for It, McAlister titm to a lady did so in rubber boots urdays. tercet in the Church and College, and be" A Bright. reaching to his hips, while she was secure-I- f nevolently concerned for their prosperity. I will on"r at publlo sale to th highest bidder Cra6 Orchard. i at my isrm insuourusoi uusionriue, iy,, on sewed up In a water-proD. Klars has just received a large line of contrivance, Thanksgiving day pissed with few Hi mind seemed earnestly directed to the qustion: How he might do good in the FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1883, calicoes and coltona. Best calicoes at 4, 6, which kept the cold fluid from her bodr thanks and fewer turkeya. G and 7 cents. Cottons, (I, 7 and 8 cents for entirely, The preacher too came out dry 10 head The Toung ladies of the select school, world, snd he often expressed the desire The following personal property, best quality. Good bleached cotton, 7 and save a little water on his arms. It strikes assisted by a hn others have organised a that he could become a useful and worthy good Horses snd Marts. 2 No. 1 milk Cows, 1 yokey work steers, 1 wsRon snd Harness, 2 8 cents. Good eanton flannel, 8 and 10 eta. us when they get it down to this kind of a literary society, which they call the C. G. minister of the gospel, or, if not this, that loles and set ol Double Usrneas, a No 1 Skeland Harness, Fsrmlng point that pouring or sprinkling ought lo Society. he would make money and by it help build eton Wagon snd Kitchen Furniture, Implements, Checked coltonftij cents. Ac. Terms Household lias Just Oponod a FJno Stock of M W satisfy the ordinary mortal. Preacheravllle Is badly in need of a up the Interest of the Church and the Col made known on day of sale. L. F.NHABl'. lld.Jt Two noxW! of the Town of Stanford, for The meeting at the Baptist Church store now. Some merchant would do well lege, "lie became a member of the Adel- e $500 each, will be sold at the Society which ia an organisation of growa In Interest ana happy results, the to go there as there Is no store of any kind phlan door here next Saturday afternoon to raise confessions now numbering 33, young christians composed mostly of those Re?. II. in the place. funds to pay the Town's subscription to- Allen Tupper continues Consisting of to present the Mrs. Tom Proctor of Kansas, is visit who are preparing for the Christian minisrailroad wards purchasing the land truth with great force and power and with ing relatives here. Mrs. Annie Egbert of try and in its order and exercises directed shops at the Junction. The committee has the exception of au occasional break In his Keatsville, Mo., gladdened her friends specifically to thia end. He frequently ex already been ouYred par forheai, but exvoice, standa up under two aermons a day here with her presence Friday last. Miss pressed the sentiment that to be a preacher Daring been sold, we sre comOur pects lo realite considerablynore. and sometimes three with remarkable ease. Annie Holmes returned to her school at of the gospel is the noblest work that man pelled to close out our stock of goods by January 1, offer our and In order to do so, we will from The Jewelry ttore of W. P. lllake, Dan- The following are the names of those who Danville, Monday. S. II. Gormley, one of can engage In. I am aure that he had, and entire stock at coat. It embraces Friday night have taken the good step since our last re- our boys, haa returned to his home In Lex- thoughtfully, conclentloualy and prayfully Groceries, Dry Oooite, Kotlons,lloth' ville, was entered by thieves Also, a Nico Line of and about $160 worth of valuables taken. port : Wm. Msret, Mrs. N. Wsrner, Mrs. ington. We are glad to know he hai been cheriahed an abiding faith in the Savior tng, IJoots, hhocH, An unsuccessful attempt waa made to blow Msggie Peltus, Miss Anna Guinea, Jesle so successful since he left C. O., for he ia a and an honest desire to live, aa to win the And la fact etery thing usually kept Ina crown of eternal life. countr y store. They were bought low and we can open the aafe but It waa loo much or them. Amon, Mary Amon, Geo. A. Eubank, deserving young man, and a perfect that will astonish tbe natlres. It was beautiful and touching to notice offer them at prices first choice, C...D, Williams one of the robbers, was Miss Msry Eubank, Mrs. Bettle Johnatoo, Come esrly and get I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods In thoMarkot.tobo J, W. BAILEY. how anxiously he adverted often to the resold at Bottom Frloos. Call and oxamino. captured in Cincinnati the next night, with Mis Dora Warner, Miss Ada Ely, Miss Turnersrille, Ky. sV VERNON DEPARTMENT, f ligious position of his father, of whom he indisputable proof on his person of hia Rosa Ely, J. W. Eubank, Miss Emma Sam. M. Burdttt, Editor. always spoke with the greatest venerstlon guilt. Miss Carrie Ilisle, Miss Lolla Allen, Corn is selling at $1.59 per barrel. ! and love. He could not "understand how A mzricULTY occurred in Lancaster MissLtllie Shelton, Mlsi Emma Leavell, Books for Holiday present at J. L. one so good In his social and domestic life, Saturday between Judge Duncan and Sher- Miss Msdie White and Miss Msy aD Whitehead's. could not be induced to confess the Savior." iff Illgginbotham, It appears that Duncan Buy the red coal oil at He frequently spoke of this In his confiding was reckless enough to call the latter a liar LAND. STOCK AND CROP, J. L. Whitehead's. talks to Mrs. Pendleton, to whom he always and villi drawn knife waa prepared to de Tom Woods bought of Tom House 14 You can get the Davis, the "boss" unbosomed his most intimate thoughts and STANFORD, - KENTUCKY -fend the assertion, when the Sheriff steers, 800 lbs., at 3 cents. DEALEE IN- Sewing Machine at J. L. Whitehead's. feelings. aaw htm one better by drawing, hia little Tom Robinson sold to Tom Woods 20 The "Red line" edition of the poets He was impulsive in his disposition and pop and upon threats of Instant death ahoats, 102 lbs, at Scent. for one dollar each at J. L. Whitehead's. of strong feeling and will, but he was caused the Judge to materially modify his B. Bixme sold to Farris A Ramsey II. Mr. Casper Williams, a pupil of tbe also noble and generous always, In repair-- KEEP8 TU-Bunguarded statement. 40 hogs, 300 lbs., at Cj cents. Louisville Law School spent Thanksgiving ing any Injury of which he may have been HOUSE NHOES, UOltNi; NIIOE -VUI.N, BAKERY IN STANFORD, A lome of Good Templar haa been InJ. D. Swope shipped four of at home. the cause to any on. It waa a pleasure to ONLY stituted at Mt. Pisgah, this county, and la hogs to Louisville, for which he paid 5c, A nice Chrlstmaa present for yur him to acknowledge a fault or an Injustice, And sells sll kinds of Cake and Bread. Oysters -- Dr. T.U. Montgomery sold to W. L. sweetheart is a book from J. L. White- when convinced of It; and this generous known as the Higbvlsw Lodge, No, 1,73$. a jj Hali serred at all hours. II keep Caldwell on Saturday 2 jennies and 1 jack, head's Holiday stock. It numbers 35 enthusiastic members, trait of his nature was gradually djsvelop-In- g Tins irinout Confootlonory CORN 2 inontha old, for ,$100. the following officers! A. E. Mclner-ney.'A Utile child of Mr. Bui Ho, Itsllroad into a noble character. -- W. G. Wallace sold to Ware A Robin- - Contractor, died on Saturday and was He often expressed a thoughtful sympa- Erer In town for th accommodation of both ladles T.; Miss Miggle Russell, W. V. gentlemen. 86 All he asks Is a call. . thy with the poor, and frequently showed and T; W.M. Fields, W, ! Nelson Petrey. son 14 2 rear-ol- d steers, averaging 050 lbs , buried here on Sunday. W.F.S, W.B.Jervls,W.JI.; MIssSamin-th- a at 31 nt, and they sold them immediate Mr. J. E. Vowels will begin his new that his heart was deeply touched by the 1VAP0KAT0RS, UAYFIILD WATER ELEVATORS, Oaks, W. I. O.j Joel Pelrey, "W. O. G.; ly to Tom Wooda for $3 00. building this week. S. II. Thompson will hardship and privations that the human Dr. T. B. Montgomery sold to Len have charge of tbe work. II, W. Rice, Lodge Deputy, Meets every family are compelled to experienceand or every Thursday evening at Mt. Pifgab Hudson 8 head of 1,90Mb. cattle at Bland At the Oxley Stave works on Skaggs' that hi mind was pondering schsaaes for .A QUEENSWABE, GLASSWARE, 6 cents. Adam Pence sold to same 13 Creek, one day laat week, John McClure their relief. Church, It was remarkable that one so 1,229 lb. cattle at a little less than 5 coots. fell under a wild tram car and received young should have been so seriously touchOooimr Court. The will of Hiram Will A. Hall sold to Woodcock A Hsr- - Injuries which will probably prove fatal. ed by tbe great social questions that are too Aa Executor of J. O. Owsley, deed., ws will sell at Roberts, dated Feb. 25th, 1875, waa adpupils aucuou, on rls his fine- yoke of oxen, weighing 3,600 Mr.O. D. Mom of Whitley county, an much for the solution of the most advancmitted to probate. It gives all his properComont, &o. Also lbs., at 6 cents. Adam Pence sold to same experienced engineer and railroad con- ed philanthropist. feeling were those MONDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1882, Ills ty, after the death of his wife to his two 22 1,3301b. cattl at same price. J. E, tractor waa here Saturday. lie will prob- of a genuine human sympathy, and bis daughters, Mrs, J. M. Bryant snd Mrs. S. door DaaslUe, Ky., M Lynn also sold to them a yoke of oxen, ably obtain a contract for masooary on tbe thoughts those of a regenerate heart moved At tbsof Land, alluatson th la lanillU and 81an- Aerea E. Watt. J..M. Iligginbothaui mads bond road, 'Jj miles from Pant Hie, ad- 3,100 1U., at 4 ceols. UC.O.R.B. by the love begotten of his new life in lord turnpike And tho C. B.'EngleeMn quallfl-e- d as administrator. Joining nsuiMaueuiry, J. n.uueatana isestisy The bw Cincinnati Slock Yards have J. W. Uuest, Eh. will point out th wutr j. i, Alien win, pernaps, not Christ. sadailRfslralor of bis father John boundary line to parties wishing to look at tbe ben consolidated with the United Stock preach for the church here next year. If Wo must not be understood a intending land. Also st tbs urns time snd place, will sell Eagleenan.' Mary Dyefcottee, wbtte, and Ysrds Co, Tbe capitals ol both are joined Elder Allen Is willing to preach and tbe to say that our young friend had already tea (10) bhsres of slock lu th Outrsl National door llank of Vautill. Also at th Diet Jones, colored, were ordered to the Noueclftlm a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. XoofiBjr, Sattw and bow MMii at $1,150,000. The officer church shall fail to engage him, a mistake risen above the wayward Impulses of bis luatanlord.oa MONDAY, JAN, I, lU, (County iaffs &c, done oa short uotioe. Poor House. McAlister A Bailee were uouriuayi w onaresei block in in rarmers ratyoung and undisciplined nature, but that ional Bank of blaaford, Ky, Terms mad known credited with $3,000 erroneously assessed of the new company remain as officers of will be made. T. M. JOHNSTON, JAt'ttH UUKMr.l the consolidated yard. against them for taxation. me young ioiks are very anxious to hia heart and mlpd and will were given to vapayofsals. I Salosmon. DAVID HKINNEK, J, B, OHrtLKsVi 'i"' r o. i. v, a o The Southbound ii jv, wiui J pas-enc- ' Miller A Francis sold a J50 acre farm belonging to W M Garnet!, Islr, near Crab Orchard, to Thomas D Rsiabrhkjri'.of Hhtffielil, England, at $7 8"i per acre They also sold the fsrm of Judge M. C Hinfley on Copper Creek, 200 acre to Otis T. for $2,f00. Couktt Court. Yesterday waa only a reasonably fair day so far at business is concerned, although there was a lair crowd present. There waa more demind for est-ti- e than' were offered and a good many more could have been sold. Capt. II. T, Hush reports as follows Aboit 135 cattle on market, of common to fair quality. One bunch of good yearling sold for $4.60 per hundred, weight about 800 lbs; common, from S to 4 cents per lb. A few plug horses at 40 to $00 per dead; cows, $30 to $M per head; 1 otd'mule$80. New-lan- NEW FALL AND OF -- WINTER 1 STOCK Lan- DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.GENTS' FUMISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, &0., AT- - Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Court-hous- LYTLE'S. M-dlrl-roAnt-cls.- e, McAl-latcr'- a. G1t-en- 1- a WM. DAUGHERTY , . htr, ns MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Reputation, Fine Carriages, Buggies, f Propr. AND PHAETONS, "of'TTl firat-ela- nrst-cia- k e Ill IS Sam OO.AJL. 6 )! SITIAIBII.IEI! t.-.i- J- j Having bought out II. Bauglnniui, will keep liaiid a nice lot of and Buggies, wliich will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. are also in THE! TRAJDEJ, in i all of the natronaee FINE A. T. NtJKJtfEMiEY, B. K. WEAREN, lui-z- PUBLIC SALE Dealer in Furniture, Court-Hom- Din-In- room-mat- !. "' ol , PUBLIC SALE! - PERSONAL PROPERTY att-nl- Hug-g- E. P. OWSLEY ui. Cuurt-llous- fer-th- AT COST! y BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. OH.OJSDE3 OTTT! store-roo- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, first-cla- CARPETSOIL CIOTHS& TRUNKS TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. 101-- lt J.. Gar-rar- d, CONFECTIONERY BAKERY! ...- w, Xff BlUIli SHELTERS, J. T. If ARItlrS Shelf Hardware, Iron, car-loa- Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Bims, SHAFTS, a B-- Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, PUBLIC SALE Stovcs.Tinware, Fruit IsHiitl, ISank Ntock,&c. Srroceiies, Salt., Lime, Court-Uous THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, GXsNUJUVK OIIV:Elt CIIIIJEl) MOW. Court-Uo- W-3-1 y scca.:n-:h,o:ei:d- I1 '"IJ. mmummmm niiKAn. Whlth . H7M Jew Jfaf-r- TA If or Bnxtnl icy. (rrom Uk Nineteenth Oentnry.) Tuesday Morning, December 5, 1882 KHPTTAHMB, ' . Ood's Meeting on th stalwart arms duty, Thai hold their And bear the burdens of th hoar With chccrf nines and twenty I All honor to th wining arm That lift th poor and lowly, And leech he by their kindness ' , A lesson pur ud boly I And raptures for too glowing irmi Tint clasp with loving sweetnee A world of J07 and lendernee In beeutlf ul eomrleleneee I llt .. ' , ' " . And rot unto lb weary arm That after pining eadnee Twin round our dew returning onea, And thrU (gain with gladness I ' i Bnt sorrow for the longing arme Where hopes, llk birds, hare nested Ood'a pity for the empty arme , . Vihtn darling osee hare reeled, Oroya tVerr. TBBA CKVZ. The city itself, compact and solid, with ollno of domes and steeples blackened with time, roofs of substantial red tiles, plentiful balconies, and bits ol vail tinted bloc, green and pink, is liki a littlo Venice. A largo crano hang! out from the end of an iron pier, and th fancy hooks on to it at once tho terminus of tho English railway which isU bear us away up tho cxtraoitlinary'slopci the ticrrat calicn-tctfrom tho hot land tho mysterious interior and the oapitrJ. In an existence of going on 400 years, Yera Onus has armed at a population ol 17,000. Tho intorior view of tho place docs not belie tho promise of tho first gluap6C The churches are of irregular, picturesque shapes, with nico belle. The principal ono, in a littlo shaded plaza, has adomo of colored mosaic tiles, which shine in tho sun a stylo we shall see plenty of farther on. Tho principal air, espeshops havo a cially in the branches pf groceries and Heavy hardware, and tho Custom House square is stuffed to repletion with cotton bales, railroad iron and miscellaneous goods waiting transportation. The prin cipal street is called De La Indepen. ueneia, and' leads to a short concrete promenado bordered with stono benches and palm trees, Itia early discovered that tho Mexican is very patriotic. He names his streets after his battles, as particularly the Oinco de Mayo, fought at Puebla against the French, and oven has. a way of joining the. names of his heroes to thoso of cities. Thus Puebla 'is' Puebla do Zaragoza, commandant in the same great battle of tho Cth of May, and Oaxaca is Oaxaca of (President( Juarez. Grass growB in the joints of tho stones in the minor streets, and open gutters run in tho center. Ono might bo in soe such Italian city as Mantua, Tho topilotet, of which travelers have writ-tesit on long, straight waterspouts projecting from tho houses. They aro large, raven black, dignified, and, aloft sky, have there, against tho deep-blu- e aa: appearance of carved architectural g ornament. There aro departments elsewhere which are far less ornamental, at any. rata Notices of a bull fight for the coming Sunday aro posted on the dead walls. A tram car of a peculiar pattern runs out to the epea fields, whero there is a dancing place and ball ground. Thero is a view, a, street-cleanin- Tho earliest agitator in tho matter observed two years ago, when traveling in Sicily, that tho laboring clatscs there llvo healthily and work well upon a vegetable, diet, tho staple artldo ol which is bread ruodo of d wheat meal. Nor aro tho Sicilians by any means tho only people- " supported. "Tho Iluidoas of tho Northwestern Province can walk fifty or sixty miles a day with no other food than chnpettio,' mado of tho wliolo meal, with rt littlo ' ghco,' or Galam butter." Turkish and Arab portent, cnpablo of carrying burdens of from 400 to COO pounds, livo on bread only, with tho occasional addition of fruit and vegetables. Tho Spartans and Romans of old timo lived thoir vigorous lives on bread mado of wheatcn meal. In northern, as well as in south ern climates, wo find the sanio tiling, In Russia, Sweden, Scotland, and tho poor livo chiefly on bread, always mado from some wholo meal wheat, oats or rye and tho peasantry of whatever climato so fed always compare favorably with our South English poor, who, in conditions of indigenco preclud ing them from obtaining sufficient meat food, starvo, if not to death, at least into sickness, on tho whiV) broad it is our modern English habit to prefer. White bread alone will not support animal life. Bread mado of tho wholo grain will. Tho experiment has been tried in Franco byMngendio. Dogs were tho subjects of trial, and every caro was taken to cqnnli70 all tho other conditions toproJ portion tho quality of food given in each coso to tho weight of tho animal experimented upon, and so forth. Tho result was sufficiently marked. At the cad of forty days, the dogs fed solely on whito bread, died. Tho dogs fed on bread mado of tho wholo grain remained vigorous, healthy and well nourished. Whether on originally healthy human being, if fed solely on whito bread for forty days, would likewise die at the end of that time remains, of course, a question. Trie tenacity of life exhibited by 'Magendio's dogs will not evidently bear comparison with that of tho scarcely yet forgotten forty days' wonder, Dr. Tanner. Nor is it by any means assorted that any given man, or any given child, would certainly remain in vigorous health for an indefinite length of timo if fed solely on wheat-mebread. Not nsinglo piece of strong evidence has been produced, howover, to show ,that he would not; and, in tho only case in which whole-mebread has boen tried with any persistency, or on any it considerable scale among us : in jails facts go to show such bread to bo an excellent and wholesome substitute for more costly forms of nutritious food. clso-wher- THK WISH AH A MOT1TK rOfWr. Ttrrnrng, iiorr to sources off eiieiary derived from let ns tako the wind first. When wo look at Mm rrgb ter of British shipping and see 40,000 vessels, of which about 10,000 art teamen and 30,000 Milmg-sliliand wnori'wo wuiiK. now van on rtDWjmo amount of horse-powis developed by tho engines of thoso steamers, and how considerable a proportion it forms of tho wholo horso-powtaken frorn conl An nually in tlio wholo world at tho present timo, and when wo consider tho sailing-ship- s oL other nations, which must bo reckoned in tho account, and throw in Hid littlo item of windmill, wo find that oven in tho present day of steam ascendency, wind still supplies a largo part of all Uio energy used by man. But, however much wo may regret tho time whon Hood'ti young lady, visiting tho tens of Lincolnshire at Christmas, and writing to her dearest friend in London (both CO years old now if thoy aro alivo), describes tho delight of sitting in a bowor and looking over the wintry plain not desolate, because "windmills lend additional animation to tho soeno," wo cannot shut our eyes to tho fact of a Iomontablo decadence of Is tills tlecadonco permanent, or may wo hope that it is only siva-hea- t, er wind-powe- A QVXHTtOX TOn fiOMXTT.ITM. ''VeleMe" IUhJa. littlo prw-rm- g of tho cemetery, which should be a leading institution at Vera Oruz ; and yet, when ono is on the ground, as is apt to be the case, there are nnligO' tions to be fouud even of vellow fever. Polf bearers in gloomy weeds are natu rally expected to form a considerable put of the population, just as murderers ami kidnappers of all sorts aro expected to aixmnu aiBunuert'. uui nu American resident assured mo that in four years he had known but oue of our country-me- n' to die of tho vornito, as it is called, and Very few to have it. Its chief havoc b among tho poor and badly nourished. The American Consul, himself a physician, and a resident of twelve years' standing, is strenuous in his views as to tho harm done to the commercial Intel-es- ts of both countries by ignorance and misrepresentations on the subject. It is certain that the local authorities do not regard the disease as contagious, put-tinthose afflicted side by side with surgical patients in the hospitkl ; from which it seems that if tho case were really looked into there may be as little need ol the annoying quarantine against yellow fever, at least of this variety, aa if it were simple ague. W. H. Bishop, in'H&rptr'i Magazine. ta passing, Thk colored leads used in automatio pencils are said to bo mado of poisonous aniline material. A Bchcnoctady man, while taking a chow of tobacco from his rest pocket, unconsciously put a frag-Beof lead from his pocket into his mouth. Ho noticed a peculiar taste and rinsed his mouth. While at supper boob after he was taken very sick, and continued to retch and vomit several hours, when ho was relieved. nt Feaai has a new way of turning a compliment now end then. Seeing tho elderly Miss Pangley in tho stroct the othor day, hejtried to avoid her, but did not MdeeetL When they met, gold Miss Pangley : " Oh, you naughty man ! You wanted to cut mo I " Replied Fogg, should be cutting a pretty blandly. : figure, wouldn't I?" Miss Pangley tolls her friend, Miss Sagegrecn, that Mr. Fogg is a perfect gentleman. "I Bufoiid, of Kentucky, hav-ta- g been couverted by a revivalist, foo who hod also o They shook hands and been converted. then stood up and took a drink together. Let no one dispute the power of Kentucky grace. Gk.v. Auk i lifo-Iou- g DY rHYSICIAHH. 13 BECO-MENNew Day Cnachee Without This popular Journal la a rare combination of lit- Free Parlor Cars andChange. OUXUJIS lo erature, art and fashion. Its stories, poems and una TUB DE QRASSB fAMILT. Jatarrh of th Nas.il Cavlty-Chronesujs aro by the best writers or Europe and Amer? 4 4 Catarrh of the jfajr. Cf or DAILT TRAINS Ulcorntlvol lea: Its engravings poaieee the hlgbeat arttitlo Count do Graseo, tho commander of Throat. It la tnken IMTLRNALLY, nnd and In all matters pertaining to fashion nets DIRaTOTLY upon the Blood nnd It IS nnlrertallT acknowledged to be lbs leading tho French fleet at Yorktown, was mar Mucous aurfnnoa of tho avstam. It authority In the land. The new Tola me will conlaftha host Blood Purifier In tho many brilliant noreltlcv ried three times and had six children, tain WORLD, nnd la worth ALL thnt la AND TUB WEST. charged for It, for THAT nlono. all by his first wife. Tho two sons died ChicasjQ Tribune. UAKPEU'H PERIODICALS, Sleeping Cars and Day Coachre to 81. Lools With. X2TJ0 Wt without issue. The four daughters fled -- . . out Chang. raa Tavta. 38LT UREBHAL CURE FOR CAIABU I 00 TonuotcKin another's prosperity is Harpr'a Wcealy to America to save their lives at tho timo nr-i1 Harper's alagaslni DAILY TRAINS 2 1Z of tho French revolution. Two died un- to give content to your own lot ; to miti- llarpera Baser wl- - W And wo offer Ono Hundrexi Dollnrn tor nny publications.-...- .. 10 00 C.iso of Cntirrh It will not fluro. gate another's grief in to alleviate or dii-p- el The Tiiaaa abor named... to Indianapolis, Chicago, married at Charleston in the year 1799. 7 00 LouliTlllc Anv Twoobore WILL CL'Ki: ANV CASH. IM llarpcr'a Young People.. your own. Tho third sister died in Now Xork in AND THE NOUTH Ox'l Offlco of A. T B iwabt -I Harper's Magsatne, 800 III, Junes, itta. Youaa; Peonle. l " "" 1M4. The youngest of tho family, llarner'a Day Coaches and IUcIlutng Chair Cars Through Mftr: r. J. CAene-ve- t (M. JUnlO--U A Florida company has been bo suc- Helper's Franklin (Sjuare Library, one year, I Uto ptranira lnlnfiuT you Without Change. Sylvie, married in this country M. Fran-qo- is bcnlenrn (11 numbers), -..I0 04 hat 1 l.aio used lltlVa CaUnti Cu . It baa to-wrostage free to all- sulec libers In the United For Wnahlngtoti, Bnltlniurr, l'hllndel-phlia- , urolmNarcisse Depan, by which marriago cessful in making paper from palmetto, I was very bad anil don't healuteto ay ' hat it wul curw any caaa of Catarrh If taken New Turk and Boston, tliere were seven children, all American that twenty mills are to bo erected in States or Canida. iouratrwlr, WgaTTttawaifci prvperly. TuiTolumeeof the Itasar nnt lleat J.ll citizens, and they and their descendants aectioaa of tho State whero palmetto number lor January of each begin with the time This la the VaryChange Uoule, aa You Have No year. When no of Train. WORTH sHO A DOTTl. trees aro abundant. a mentioned. It will be uodrrstood that the sub nl rare the only lineal representatives of K. MmatT. Jactacn, Mich,, write JtaTo scriber wishes to commence) with the number nest Ha Have Thrsagh Day Caseation tllTralasI "auurhforOJrtara. Zlali'aCatarrhCuraearod Admiral Count do Grasse. Tho eldest Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally after the receipt of order. Uonskier i( worm ruw a ixniie. Oil. -Jfour I VJ.1 be all I)ni7ita at II rte rr botttn. malo representative and great-grandso- n It acts directly upon the blood and the mu- la The lastcloth annual volumes of llarpera Baasr. Have No Midnight Changea 1 VBXBXXAlf WOil EX. blading, will be sent by nail, CO. CUUNXY neat nufaclnre4 and anhtbr cipress, free ot expense (proof Admiral de Grasse is Theodosius A. cous surfaces of the sTatem. Price, 76c. postsge paid, or bydoes at SL Louis t Basra la Advance sf ola llwletura, TOLEDO, OHIO. Arrive Being almost wholly uneducated, tho vided the eipeow not exceed one dollar per For sale In flsaukid by Penny A Uc A Utter. For sale by Penny & McAliater, Stanford. volume) for I ' per volume. Other Liars, thereby srcurleg more time for Venetian lady is naturally on inveterate Fowler, of Llewellyn Pork, Orange, N. Cloth caaea for each volume, suitable for bindmaking change of cars sod getting first choice THE OIUAStS or If Catarrh has destroyed your mdsc of ing, will be sent by mail, pootpald, on receipt of tongue wags eternally, J., his daughter, tho eldest gossip. Her of seals In cars of connecting lines. YOUTH and MANHOOD bearing thonamo (Sylvio de smell and hearing, nail's Catarrh Core will l"n- e monand can only wag about the small talk Remittances snouia no mane oy t. AOUIOC TO HrALTH WITHcurs you. 75 cents per bottle. Druggists ey order ordralt, to avoid chance of loss. Address To Indlsnspolls and Chicago, and the only of her nativo town, for all beyond is an Grasse) of her grandmother. OUT MEDICINE, IIAKa'ERet BROTH LRM.NSW Yuk- or year's sell ride along line giving Ita patroni a unknown world to her. Every afternoon BT A I'llVMICIANllnit'l ,--rMiltAll ' lefire MB. 'AXD XBSi-APACUSIOObeward the thoire ol Lake Michigan. wnn ll r nrfTili-i-she goes to a reception of a friend, when Ho cuts off tho nose and cars of a Is offered for any com of Catarrh that can't 1883.this ll.ia, Sid atubl Oiiarks. ...rrinilntii free ami 'eetri. Hell Ilum- she is not herself receiving. At thoso prisoner For Tickets, Ralea, TImfc Maps. Ac, fpply to yet alive, and, be cared with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken while "Mm l esiwses Pru title Adir.lt Cmiuecllusj I.ltira, or tHiei. PUDLI8HER Boa 214, Mil.ua.ss, Wis. Ticket Agenla or receptions there ore twenty or thirty throwing THE on tho coals, internal) r. Price, 75 cents. them addreee K.N.HBOWX Boulhern Paseceger Agtv women and ono or two men. Each fresh will allow them to becomo half-broileH. K. Cor. 4th aad Main bta., Louisville, ky. MLl.VHTRATED. arrival is handed round to be kissed, by W. lb H1I ATTL'C ww and then thrust them in the Thousands of graees are volUarprr'o Msgailne begins Ha slaty-elit- h Oen. Pass. AgL, Oen.BupU, annually robbed of their ume with the December number. It Is not only all tho ladies, and when a visitor goes mouth and down the throat of his vic"REUABLE SELF-CUR- E, Cincinnati. victims. Urea prolonged, Illustrated periodical In Ameri the thoso who remain pick her to pioccs as tim. Ho will heat a piece of iron, and, happlneeeand health re- - ca most popular but also the (arrest In Da scheme, and England, atoreu oy use oi me great A favorlt prearrtptlon of one of the) Strangers and in with this, pierce tho checks ofr a living crows do carrion. the most beautiful in It appearance, and the best suet noted and tuccreafUl ofjpeciallsta In Itwu. magaalne for the home. K new novel, entitled rewe iMailUtf, cure , ire-fcatlaow this they include even Italians who are min thrpttgh'ond through, aadthcn'let GERMAN ,'..r iha lalor be ffenatanaa FenimoreWoolson. au sslitM--lha eee KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. begun In Cjli iVaealedaavelepeVea. Druggtauta-fiU- iI. and permanently cures not Venetians they regard with distrust' uio instrument serve as a gag uerwecn Which poiltlteJrby exceeaeeol any hind,) Mmpo'- the author of "Anne," was and artlatlathe Novemexcellence, ber nomber. Inillterary Arinf(caused CO., UsUIaaa, Ma, mx ran Address DR. WARD eceslve num. dlseawe that and dislike. They appear tq bo on ' the jaws of tho horrified captive. Ter tenctl. lldf HVrikllcaii, andasallloas of energy,follow a lha Uaeaxlna ImnravM with each suflor the light lessot tier. HpeclaleHortaiiareleen made sequence of THE MOST DESIRABLE ItOUTE TO friendly terms with them, but behind rible as these tortures may appear it is memory, ualveraal lauituJe, pain In the back, er entertainment oflta readera through humorous many their backs they sneer and jeer at them. tho squaw who exhibits, a refinement of rilmneea of vision, nrematnre old aze. and a pre- - stories, sketches, Ac. other dlsearea thst lead to coniuiaptlon and d for circulars wnn iwu No matter how long they may have re- cruelty, of hellish depravity, that puts mature arave. mall, PEHTODIGAK.H, And decidedly tbe Popular Bonte, a Hording, aall TS HERE EXPRES8EDl The lWUlOKATOK IIAItPEU'N monlsls fiee by to QUI Hit CtCUU UlU TKt HIT does, less changea and superior accommedatio raa yeibv Hruait by JU sided hero, tho lino of demarkation is the male Apache to shame. Sho it ia la sold at f 1 per box, or alx bo ire for' W druggists, or will be sent free by mall, securily Harper's Magaiice -kept up. As tho Venetian ladies talk who invents new and startling devices sealed, on receipt tf price, by addressing Texai, 00 Missouri, Iowa, Kaniai, tlarnar'a YllT HiuuRkucptCVi. iiir.i. - 4 CO V. J. CIIK5fF.T. . llarner'a Bsisr.. patois among themselves, and Many of for mutilation of the dead, and, in their 113 Adanisatreet,Toledo,Ohlo. ..10 OS The North. Northwest and Weat. In fact, If you dlrrl4slft th Um I ronufawl uaio lbm 1 Nim above publications .., The (rota lil-ly- r . 7 00 conu mrUte s trip la any dlmtton, your totrrret Sol agent for the United States. them are unable to talk an j thing eke, execution, chuckles with fererish glee. Any two above named... 1 90 will be leetaerved by purr bill Dg jour ticket; via llarpera xoung topie, -".Uli - t.w m-- a. I lr.li bow tbU ' h way 2; Pull never get overafeeling of awkward-nea- t Chicago Timet teller. they 1 llarpcr'a Magaalne, K.C and tbat root - 5 00 man PalaceCincinnati. JTraloeeach Coechea, and tha aaffirar will Ud) out urvtlLrtbaM aaclta tot Ilarper'a Young People, J I an; hltgaut New Day Batv7aa koi actJ It. VsMr. and constraint when with those Ir tars tor-- Hi handsomely furnished Recllnlug tha llarner'a Franklin Hquare Library, one year, a a v eaiiit mi aitiuti minairnaliut raroaaUlb 10 00 uueuuawd equlpmente of this Old ltellsble, (52 numbers) . whose language is the purer Italian. An Iowa farmer, who has both coal Urtm lonmr. I wlU sanl IbaiO. making a trip over thle line one ol luxu. Uj fmx aua to all subscribers In tbe United thereby Poetsgt free To vtry younr, miuaio ok or old man JBBATU BY TELBORAPIU rlons comfort kod pleasure. Try II. and wood on his farm, warms his honso TiViW 1H83. Btalea er Canada irtrabUd with nervous or pliyilcaldeblll u vn- dan- with cornstalks, and claims thai. they Tho discussion of cloctrio-ligh- t ty or impoicnoo e TIME TABLr:. INFFEO" OCT IS, Tbe volumea of the Magaalne begin with the Send full nrtdrei on postal card to " More people hare read THE BUN during the numbers lor June and December ol each year. gers springs up or breaks out often and make tho best and cheapest fuel ho con 'HARRIS HtMCOVCO. fit.. Louie, Mo. year Just now passing man eter Kioto amce it wee When no lime la iptclfled, It will be understood . No. 4. our remedy. No.. No. HOUT1I. We w.ntvauradjna. You need in numerous places. A scientist and got Ho uses a large stove, and bums first printed. .No oiuer newsps per published on that the eubscrlber wishes td begin with tbe curbe oouvlnced of thus. Sends ' haa erer been bought and rent number. god am 1 so n ia 8 oopm Lv. Oovlngten bundles, this side of the earth tuanv men and women, expert was asked if a man's' lifo was in tho stalks in .tightly-boun- d In anv veer bv ao rttit 40 a m 4 10pm Slip " P'aluoutb The lsst eight volumee of Ilarper'a Magazine, In We are credibly Informed that mall, postpaid Cynlhlana., I0 6O a m 5 vi ii m 10 IS pm danger when his bedy was exposed to weighing about forty pounds each. A and like The dun lor the followingpeople buy, read neat cloth binding, will be sent by cases, for bindreasons, among on receipt of S3 per volume. Cloth lot J I'Paris, It 80 a u u p u ll 20 tithe current of electricity necessary to bundle burns three hours (without others: Its news columns present In attractive ing, SO cents each by mall, postpaid Arr. Leilugtou.. It IS p m Because 7 to p ra ll 26 put Magaalne, Alphabetical. Ana Index to stove. Tho large form and with the greateetpoeilble accuruy what- lytlcal and Ilarper'a for V lumre 1 to 00, loclu Lve. Leilogton - J 31 p u 8 20 p m 12 10 am feed the clectrio light. His reply was dame) in an air-tig- ht Arr. Winchester. Interest fur humankind; the evrnu. the slvefrom Clatslned, t 00 p in 12 41 am Mt. Sterling that no man knew the extent of tho dan- stove offers so much radiating Burfaee1 ever ha. misdeeds, the wisdom, the philosophy, Cloth, June, 1SJ0, to Jane, 1W0, on vol., Sto. deeds and , il..iul uiul Mueilimiuous llul Ashland....... 7 21 pir II. i sense, the folly, 111 munu ger, or rather tho extent of tho injury that it does not need to bo very hot. the notableall the the solid the busiest Imprivlng Huntington. world at nonsense bows of uct.,v.hicu permeate IUcsulnLi.ee tif No. 6. COO for tho winI. No. No.l. prrsent rerolvlng In space. I.IIHKS, eapectursilee the sicrld inalltr Nuktii. that might bo incurred. If a man Five bundles a day, or . Ilk. lirUIICZllAI a CONDENSED TIME. Because people baveleamed thatln Its remarks .. t H """" .1 .should placo his hands upon the wire ter, suffice to keep the stove going and concerning persons and alrs Tho Hun luakea, a w"M Lva. Huntington JlStllii. uTaVui' IL. oough. It cle.u... practice of telling them the eaact truth to the best Ashland....... 7 IS a m Bugbefore tho generator ctirted and keep tho room warm, Tho farmer, Mr. H.e)linsBo"lllinpilrttUa,strsiBtlia Mt.ttterllng. ability three hundred and slity.llvedavs In IN am oflta bwdleeaec.invigor. 10 a m well aa about Winchester ... 12 21 p m them thero until the machine- stopped, gies, says : " can bind up six hundred tho Tear, before election u the small after, In the & . 1 19 pm 7 43 a m (OOptn tlieiutvlirit eiifeclileil bfcrl.tnd br.rcatho flab. Arr. LealDgton the whales as well aa about ates the ctieulation of th bundles of cornstalks in two days alone. face) oldJiseataa plainly and fearlessly as when 200 pm Lve. Lexlngtos.. as he might be obliged to whether l.o nervous sfitrm, HHgi.t colda often eutl In " Perls. . .. 2 20 p m 8 IS a m 8 0pm c.iiitiimpll.in, It Is dangerous to iiKleet supported by general approval. The Bun baa abLINE. 12 a in wanted to or not, since the muscles I couldn't chop tho wpod to warm this solutely no purpose (o serve, sate tho Information " Cynlhlana.. tltetrt. Apply lha remedy promptly. A 11 4 10 p m 10 19 a ui 8 C8 p Ul testot twenty jroura warrjnla tbe aaaeitlon thai Falmouth,. of lie readers and th furtherance of thecomm n would contract very strongly if he did room in a wook. Then in tho spring 6 4S p m II 68 a ni StOpm Arr. Covlagton. good. ever Iieenf6nndliatleaa uo remedy everybodr's this, it is believed that ho would bo havo a load of strong ashes for my Because IllslhatTbe bun newspaper. Noto man TRAINS OOINQ NORTH. prompt liiltaeilectausTUTT'S EXPI6T0RANT, MAYoVILLK DIVDJION. hie Is Indifferent subdue A.elit5liloaraleeaUi phlegm, the moat wheat-field- , while my neighbors havo to Isaohumbe his rights. No man la ao rich that It Hun, No. H Lv. Laalneton A nm Arr Maya villas 10pm Infi immatlon.oud4tauesdilir Ex. comparatively safe; but if his hands welfare and curve Nov. it, ISM. .. T.. to be done him. '- - iaingioo am ebttltiitt oough. A itlenaaiiit cordial, eltll-dre- it No. 10 " to get them can allow lojuitlce la rjowerful enouehNo uan.noaviueowau. wero removed, if thoy could be, or it cut up the samo cornstalks to be ei- Lve. Richmond- -, Mwtittnn or men. Mavavllla 8 43am No. II It readily. For Crttup K la Parla20anv SSO " Uslngtont M pm tltvallta'ile and abogld t In every family. Lancaster....., No. 12 " Majavllle 1 00pm tho wire should break while tho genera- away from tho harrow. It makes me etupl front the atrlct application of IU principles S 00 " wrun.- i Williamsburg.. ...w.l...! a oiriguiauu n il.te. and 1 Mottles. dozen fought for 11 7 00 " London. tor was in operation, ho would receive imilo when hear about those idiots up Because In politics It baa a ad sometimesa almost No. 6 rune dally, anj haa daycoachia from tin. 00 " years without Interuilislon " Livingston.. Waahlogton, Pullman Nleeners to Kana. corn-Qclddnnatl to an induction spark that might kill' him iu Minnesota who have ilfty-acr- o g07 alone among newspapers the fight that haa reCrab Orchard- Lei- wba Falla. W. ' Htsolord... " Ington. htopa Va. andalReclining ChairK CarC.to 1L It. stations ou only and still go cold or buy coal. sulted In the rccnt overwhelmingly popular verand might not. That would depend on 10 11 " against llobeaonlsm and for honest governCltr- dict Hhelbr where time Is given. No. 2 runs dally, stcrpt In lower, The 10 IJ " Danville Junction.., what part was affected and upon the Why, I'd rather burn cornstalks than ment. No matter what party toIs Sunday, haa rough coaches to Hun luaion, No. stand like a rock 10 41 " Mllcbellsburg.. Huu stands and will continue 4 runa dally, eicrpl Sunday, haa through coaches 11 M man's physical condition. the Interest or the people It might cut maple wood within sight of tho. (orbosses, the encroacbinen a against the amblilon " Lebanon... to Ml. Hierllog and parlor car loaiayavnwi. no. s of monopolists and of New II area.. II M pm runsdsllt', hss elegant day coach from Washing, DIBEOTLY ON TH6 paralyzo tho heart, it might causo stran1 SS " . lbs dishonest schemes of public robbers. Arr. Ibanou Junction ton, Pulluau Hleeper from Kanawha Falla and ACT Kauri; xuK uBxiua 100 All thla is what we are told almost dally by our Cincinnati Junction Cure tlillla and Fever. Dyepepela, Uoclnsatt. cars gulation, and in any case would be liVo-l-y S 16 ' palor atoi-e- . (rout Leslog t00 to dally, ercept Only - Blclt llrailaolie.lllllone CullcConitlpat. i.l. n.l. fine man holJi that The Hun la the best 1 and Bun" LouliTlllc- -. Noe. three lun Alfred Krupp, tho owner and creatoi religious newspaper ever published, because Its to cause more or less derangement of Hun. It Ueumatlani, Vllee, ralpltatlou of day, and have through MKcnea from lluotlsgbin with cant Another tho largest gun foundry in tho world, Christianity ia undiluted republican newspeper a, iaiuavuu the Heart, lllttlneas, Torpid Liver, nnd BUd HI nieiline. TRAIN8 UOINU SOUTH, tiictt cvuurt-iiuiIt Is the best the nervous Bystem. But tho positivo of bolda that If you do not "feel with atagra fur Itlibmond.Ky., Lawrenotburg.k'y , I'emalo war-lovin- g seems to bo a greater hero in printed, be auae 11 haa already wuippea nauoi ine "" stimulateath vvrTwe.l,,,slui,leplUt or definite result will not bo known, bun. and VeraaUlna, Ky. and la itroceedlna airalost Nov 24, 1 802. i. nut nt ((omul', eaioreatheapiietite.lmriarlsvliroetolU C L. IlltOWN, Germany than the Chancellor himself. the other halfihat mrir O. W. BENDER, Vigor. A third with undiminished Itirray HI .1V.V. cannot bo known, except by actual exar m I'rlee.tlte. :i Pats. A Tkt. AgL Oeu'l bupeilnteodent. Sam .... best wagaalne ol Loulttllle.. Krupp was born at Essen on April 11, bellevre It to be theLecauea tta readera general liter--I.- ... Lve. hUDford... FOR TUIT'8 MANUAL rRU. Ueueral offices, Covloglou, Ky, lutsa noth in JJ P n Lv. perience. Some light may bo thrown i.tnr. . - 2W " .Crab Orchard.1811, and, as .his father was a gun-make- ing worths of note that la current In the woildor " upon it by experiments on lower anifriend of Tbs Bun d scorers Arr, Uvlogston thought. ' tho boy made toys of firearms. oco of Its Hoerery that appeala with particular y .. sldca A romUnaloit cf JVo- Londou.. mals. Even then man may not bo sat11 Williamsburg ... foxelif e of J run, i'rrtttrtait to M.. -- i1 7 20 " Tho lad's genius outstripped all prece- (jree vou his Individual liking. you -. iluretuauiJ'Aoetilukrtteiai ?M " already auowinecun wiuuuji.v Lve. Lancaster .If isfied, and proceed to tost and perhaps . 80 evee aewie. is Txifulublo farm. JTar dent, and, more than keeping paco with that In la IMS it Is a Utile wiier manvou will Cud Arr. Richmond kill himself. Thou we shall know, and JttblUlu. Xoaa 0 Ann. If you do not already know The Hun, modern invention, he devised imple- It to be a mirror of all human activity, a atore-nousHU. A'roetralion of dial possibly not till then. J'rovtdence common sense J'otrera 41 iafndtjeienaaa the choicest products PULLMAN PALAOB OAH8 ments of death which have terrorized sjid lmsglnstloo, s mainstay lor ofthe cause of honMe. Journal. est government, a aentluel for genuine Jetferson To Memphis, Utile Rock, Mobile, Montgomery, soldiers of nearly overy nation, Writaa:- -. XEV.J.L.TOWNZR, I democracy, a scourge fof wlckedueas ol every and New Orleans. After a thoroutrn trial or taa . A PniULDKLrnu magazine makes tho 'Industry, IlL, aayn: Lycutns considered mourning species and an uncommonly good Investment for Emigrants toTeiae hav thelrcholcoftworutee: xntt 7WZT 1 ISOM TOtnO. I. talta pleaaur , coming year, "Iconaldarlt statement that marriage, is on tho de- effeminate, and so put on women's the via Memphlaprvla New Orleana. Tim much la atatlnir mat 1 navo yycu VHSVHIH KKN I quicker and rates lower than by any other a moat ezeellant remedy for TJBHHH TO HAH, arreatly beuontoa oy tta crease, and it predicts that every twen- clothes when they wept for their dead. the debllltatoU vital force. Is also tha uae. JCinistera and Pab- Th aeveral editions of Tbe Hun are sent bj rout. It ...II , at ! LI Ba fAllAfaTtiaHa llo Speaker will nnd It tieth girl of tho next generation will be DAlLY-UtenUa uioutb, l.S0 a year) wllb QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST of tua irraataat value to respect no Sunday edltluu, 17.70. obliged to lire an old maid. where a Tonto la necaa-aarTo DBEAB no eye and UNDAY-Kl- gbt pages, 11.20s yesr. I recommend It tonguo ia the great prerogative of innoWEEKLY- -f I a year. Eight pagea of the beat Route to all points la Missouri, Kaosaa, Illinois, aa a llabl yemdlal Indiana. Iowa, Nebraska, Color ado. Arkansas. avant, poeelaif unmatter of the dally latusei an Agricnllural De- Only HI. Louis and Last, cence. ous change to Chicago, partment of UDKiualled merit, market reiwrts and doubted nutrttlvo and or further Information about tickets to th raatorattva propertlea-gmlnHHesays literary, Hicntlllc and demestia InUlllgeme make Igraat rales to Colored, sn I farmer's As,, M. 1,'IMJ. Th Weekly rluo tbe newipa-- r lor lb an Korlis. addreaa Netkb borrow moro than you can pay household. To club of lea wllb tlO. your sweet life he'll lick the you can J. IN AT MMHE. Ky. eitra nViMC W HI DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., 11 V. Vim ST., ST, LOtU. Uen. Pau. and Ticket Agt., Loutsvlll, 1. VT. KNUl.ANt, fie. Address man that loaded it, if he can find him back, and botm lead nore Una you cut tf, rublliber Th Sun, N, Y. Clly Of F, J. Anthony, AL, Htaoford, Ky, borrovT. out of tho world aro becoming exhausted surely, and not slowly, and tho price of coal is upward bound upwnrd bound on tho wholo, thougti no doubt it will havo its Ops and downs in tho futnro as it has hod in tho post, and as must bo tho caso in respect to every marketable commodity. Whon tho coal is all burned, or long beforo it is all burned, when thero is so littlo of it left, and the coal mines from which that littlo is to bo excavated aro so distant and deep and hot that Its prico to the consumer is greatly higher than at present, it is most probV able that wind-mill- s in or somo form will again bo in tho ascendant, and that wind will do man's mechanical work, on land at least, in proportion comparablo to its present doing of work at Bert. Popular Science Monthly. cool-store- temporary? Tho subterranean s wind-moto- uas newfc rocsiTBULWn It is ignored in tho encyclopedias, and the Darwinian, BjXBOcrkn, andcreaMflo aad systoasv Dclearto nAfcd out tho wholo human body into montal, moral and passional areas till it looked like trolicM-bcard- , but pugilism does 4n"ot appear In any, of tho Bquares as a mental, moral or vital forco bearing upon tho art of expression. Iluxloy, Darwin, 'lyndall, Spencer, Oomte and otiicrs havo analyzed 'all Uio springs ol impulse, all tho outcomes of heredity, all tho mysteries of being, all tho evolutions of (1680011111)111 not ono of them lias touched upon this distinguishing characteristic that separates from all other nations, and links them so closely with tho brute. How much light they might havo thrown upon this subject in solving this ethnological mystery why it is that prizefighting is confined to British and American soil I Frenchmen fight duels with pistol or sword, but never with fists. Germans fight duels with no intention of inflicting more than a scratch, and at the first drop of blood tho encountor is over. Italians and Spaniards steal up behind an adversary with a stiletto, but never use fists. Russians, Turks, Chinese, Persians, Hindoos, Hottentots, Indians know nothing of Uio prize-rinIt is rooted in Irish and English soil, with now and then vigorous offshoots transplanted in our own. It recruits its victims from tho stalwart ranks of Hibernian and Briton lifo ; it finds its patrons in tho highest, and an English Marquis drew up ono of tho codes which govern its proceedings What is there in English and Irish bfood that doos not run in Uio blood of tho rest of tho races and lead them to stand up in a ring and pummel each other to a jelly for money and a champion's belt, and without any personal hostility? What is it that g makes and almost exclusively entertainments ? How is it that tills strain of brute, savage force still remains in Anglo-Iris- h blood and is not found in tho veins of any other nations whoso courago is undoubted? Thcso are questions upon wlu'ch the savants might throw somo light attention from tho savants. m of pugilfaiSat ramMle Mtwi, ,iWe detatoM-Il- a IfflSffilftSS v. II. C Morrison. MKTllt)tiIT,80UTH.-ltSunday morning and night etcept the third. Prefer Meeting eviry loru. in in, dibi.ui naoiiic.i. Sunday fkhnol at l.oo a. . rs and other creditors of said Tnumtiy al(hl falra. All -- Association are therefore h rebr notified to Pie- - liCT II. . UIII"ll ouwinirwM.Hi notes end other claims egalnat t he Associ turn's Missionary rVKlstr meets here on tht lit sent Iks ation lor payment, 1), ted. gtsnfnnl. Kt..OM. f. sanaay in earn monin, ai e emca. Mrs. T. T. Daviess, I'retl.Unl. J NO. J. nrHOHKKTN, irni. O shier J M. Itaocs. 1'astor. .services IJAniST.-ni- v morning ana anil fourth rut-ay- s, L night, Prayer Meeting eveey Wednesday after noon. Ren-laPcbool at I W A. M. H. is. narrow NOTICE! mmm!'''''1 CHURCH DIRKCTDHT. n The Natlnat Itsnlof Ptanfcmt, located at cKMinn n Han- - u pi- - ... onfnd -- ;ry teaVKSrSiiawsWlJjafl LairiLLLHIaaaaLBLIvosLSyLHi1 wHM Kentucky's Kouto., East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only Jlnei ruealng by the congregation Prea rhlngj.y Ir. J. W. Oox on first and Third Mrd'sdaji. Sunday School at 1 IS. Joe. Hercrauce, rtuperlnlendent. fjilhSIIYTEIlfjt.v', eOUTlf-'lte- V. I. toy, pastor, ftunday School at .W. John W. Rent, rinpetlntendrnt. Union Prayer Meeting on GUH13T1AN.-Worsday hip " m Anglo-America- &ITTERS energy, Itememto that.lt&mtn,. vIUI you tner or whattrer tho to call lha rrlUlent power which chooea disease; nd battles agalnit the Mines ileath, la tho grand eafejuard of health. gurrUon of tho human fortress, It la the and When It waxes weak,the true policy la other Is to throw In reinforcements, words, when such an emergency PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS aim ATTOR N EY AT ML Vernon, Ky. Hn H. IlirHI?eVT, LAW, A SOLID TRAIN LetilisTlllc.ClHclHHnllHHtlI.exiHgtOH, lijT.e - Will practice his profession In Roctraatle and adjoining eoenllea and In the Pootl ef Appeals. lprclal attention given to collections. tr commence a course of Hosteller'. Iuitm. J'or sale by Druggists and Dealers, to whom apply for Hosteller's Almanac, tor IWJ. '", OPERA HOUSE, UTANITIHI). "WASHINGTON CITY, a Connecting In aeme depot with fail trains for W. ' I WALTON, K- T- Proprietor. $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 ISTOXKT 7Srrorl3L- The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan ville, Norfolk, ttlieof.ttage, KUM Kl.ht couin'elesrts of Ku. ery resting raperlty, Including gallery, (00. Iteaaoeabl ratee to good attractions. AdMreee aa above. The Beat, Newsiest And Cheapest Newspaper ia the South. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, PKrOTST.BTAbTOnllj XT., ft, ft. The Semi-Week- ly Post 11 ! All Virginia and North Carolina Points. ME, For tickets and further Information, apply to your nearst ticket otSre, or address J AH 174 '. ltHNHT. week news (leol. Mouthweslern Agriit. lies, and for leas meoer. 'IUi neoioerKiif. tm SWW. Main SU.Uolsvllle Ky. at the same time Independent In politic. It C. II. W. FHI.I.m. I. W.HHITIf. contains the beet newt sutaufary; the beet readieg tlen'J 1'aes'f Ac' Oen'l lanaer, natter the best editorials and the hesl market relllchmond. Virginia. port all lor only ll.XJ per year. uaitaain EffrjVoJj late It. dirt In ulrince of the efcouM glrea the latest 1HhH "-1 II - Menumenla, llradslonee, Tablets, Ac. Marble Work of all kinds matly eiecu-te- d and sallo. d. ficUon gna SE.1D FOR SPECIMEN COPIES. Krery fanner, every merchant, every trader nuitt bare It. Sulcrlbe at once t Remember too get 101 narers and don He lha raadhif'uatler glean by an ordinary weekly for r irrrat. pi.VJ, aniiiiromea 10 you r - rour county sr Msad the moner to our at eat In remit direct to us, , Loulsrllle, Ky. GO EAHT . GO NOUTH mo tun I VIA LOUI8VILLE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. 3 TirT HALL'S and ed oa applicaly tion. 3.883. 3 DAILY TRAINS THE EABT AND NORTH. cock-fightin- g Anglo-Americ- an Harper's Bazar ! Louisville to Cincinnati! flm5H.Jtiir JiAnKrrj - MLLVNTR4TKB. I.ouI.sviUc to St. Ijom1. ....$ . r - si i 8W. it Hi Harpor's Magazine! ROBBED pFREE! - INYIG0RAT0R! I tiit .. CINCINNATI! HPIain English! rk true .II ,. THE STJ3T YOUK, - mpa llipn limn lllpa "BJTT'S Ta I IIMia '.... IHitt t IlAItftOAU lUpa llan he (Una ..:.. I ..... lh lit or . PILLS -- t"1 tlvT I... e. . 5J fail! PURIFIES ILODD ammmmmmmm??T??mmm1 bt