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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 8, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882120801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 8, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. jfemi- - lleeklg VOLUME SemMfilUf hln W) tfWALTON, T. X.-NUMBER 18l utefti Smtfiuu 8, 1882. DARBYS 510. Timet Suggestions. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER Some Small Thingt. A NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 102. nltrioroumnI Editor and Propnttor Witt Decision. i - ft. WALTON, Butlnttt Managtr it lid t'ltbllmhril Titcmtnu ' sa.no ar Please don't ij3ii annum. send ilimpiln piym.nl of eafeptlo make chanee. end I1'" cf not oi.r three rente. 2Yccti.cu. FeveretlandMcklYr. Our .loTreirr, bllreriTnre and Optical tiooila Department Ii In Charge of Col. A real romance occurred lately in a ami mm refreshed and alios, jucnarus, TTiioTfiu iicp.nr uaiciies ami wocks rrompiirnnn m mo best Bed Bore, prevent. PITTINtl of Small hotel in Montreal. In the hotel the style. ed by bsthW with ros FIIKVENTED of a reapcctnblo company road agent Am.rnUrofmyCm. Irn'fnTro Air made 5' w" U,Ve" M.'S harmless and purified boarded wliilo in tho city. In tho F.'ur? 'S7hrg " " " S3 The pitiew.. lame hotel an American young lady wag pleaswas domiciled. Tho lady j re5v,V "? channir.. etc. ant and accomplished. Tho young S..T ZJ.YlJ," rtheumr.tl.ni cured ThiladelphU " H.,ft While, Cimi.lol. JUrcitClsCANOQ gentleman at firatiowed the lady adlona secured by its use. miringly at a distance, hut too timid Shin Fever orevented. To purify the llreatli, Diphtheria to approach. Day by day his inter-ca- t Cleanse me leeui. It can't be aumaawd. ProvontocL grew stronger. Ho had never Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that be has recti ted Catarrh relieved and cured. spoken to her, nor sbo to him, and, so Kryalpela. cured. Ilurnsrelievcdlnstantlr The physicians here Goods, A Splendid Stock of and far as ho was concerned, this was what Neara orevented use Darbva Fluid verv Dysentery cut ed. successfully Id the desirod alio might ho moat earnestly anndf healed rapidly of Diphtheria Which he guarantees to mako up in firstolass style. Satisfaction guarncurry curea A bTOLLaNWERCJC. do. In this dilemma ho applied to a An Antidote for Animal anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Bepairing neatly and promptly done. Greensboro, Ala or Vegetable Poisons, friend lor advice. "Do you cat at Tetter dried up. Stints, etc miicns prevented, I used the Fluid during tho same tahlo T" asked tho friend. our present affliction with Ulcers) purified and Ksrte. r.wr with !. I healed I "Yw?rwas tho reply. "Then cided advantage It Is In cnse.ofDrathlt should be tited about indispensable to the sick. Would, advise you tho next timo yoa the corpse it will room. Wh. F. 5and- prevent any unpleas Fyrie, Ala. fosd, dino to ask tho lady to rws tho salt." ant smelt. TheVinlnenl riiy. TheLAROEST STOCK of WATCHES.CLOOKS, JEWELRY "All right," sighed tho lovesick hero. slrlan.J.M.YItlON ScarlotFoYorl KIMS, M. Is., New bo intended to put Tho following day AND SIIVEIlsVAKE York, sari "I Ai convinced Prof Darbys his friend's advico into operation, but Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Prophs lactic fluid Is a valuable disinfectant." Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. was roost delightfully balked by tho Yanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn. lady asking him to "plcaso pass the I testify to the most excellent qualities of Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and salt." From that moment tho ico was determent it Is both theoretically and practically superior to any preparation with which I am actdl at last the lady asked for broken, quainted. N T LirTox, Prof. Chemistry a wiser woman. Uarbya Fluid U Itecommended by (he gentleman's card, in order that Hon Alixamdm 11 Stimiihs, of Georgia who question whether Merchants Rev, Cms. F Dsius, D.D., Church of the sho might know whom she was conStrangers, N Y , advertising pays, are referred to these versing with. The gentleman at once Ios. LaCoirrt, Columbia, Prof ,Unlvenlty,S.C. A J IIattli, Prof .fiercer Univenity: rates : The Chicago Tribune, it is Rev. Gao. F Fieiici, Bishop M E. Church. tho lady hia business card. handed said, for a column a year receives EJDISPKN8 I1LK TO F.VEItY HOMK. Matters then went on smoothly, all Perfectly harmless Used Internally or 820,000. Tho New York Herald reexternally for Man or Ueast, thof while the couplo enjoying each The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we ceives for its lowest priced column have abundant evidence that it has done everything .other's company at concerts, operas, here claimed For fuller Information get of your 839,723, and for its highest 8348,000. Druggist a pamphlet or send to the propricton, OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. length this state of matters etc. At J. ir. ZK1LIN A CO., The New York Tribune for its lowest Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA. was brought to a crisis. Tho lady It embraces .Staple aud Fancy Groceries, "Patent and Family 829,764, and for its highest 885,648; was about to return to the States. The Flour, Meal, Bacon and Lard, Tobacco aud Cigars, lVeod-e- n, and these papers are never at a loss PROFESSIONAL. lover was perplexed, and again applifor advertisements to fill their colWillow and Tinware, Glare and QucciiHvriire.lCauued ed to his friend for advice, who at S1I.LAOS I. umns. Their patronage comes not T. W, VaaXON. & W.E VABNON,V4IH0X. Goods of all kinds a specially. ISeiucuibcr the place, "The T. W. onco advised him to pop the question from any desire to assist the respectATTOItiNEYH A.T XjA.W, ami thus settle anxiety. She was Corner tSlore." KY. ive papers, but from business men Office In Owsley STANFORD, building up stairs. become ono with him. The A Son's new willing to who find it profitable to advertise. question then camo, when the happy H. O. KAUPPMAN, r ATTOHNEY A.I IjA."V, He Could Not Tell a Lie. An day would be. Sho replied, LANCASTER, KY. row." To this the gentleman at first Editor returning from Homo one Master Couuilsslouer and Countr Attornev. Will practice Morning about Eight o'clock was Met counties In allinthe Courts of Uirrtrd and adjoining demurred, as ho had certain business and tne uouri 01 Jipjieaia. DaULH 1in the Hall by his Vigilant Spouso. matters to fix. Sbo told him to leave ALEX. ANDEEBON, "Alas," she said, "that you Have DRUGS, 110 OKS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. them alono and write to bis employers ATTORNEY A.T X.A.AV, been Detained by another Breakage resigning his pesilion and leavo the Pbjslclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. DANVILLE, KY., ofthoPressl" "Nay, not so," he re- Will practice In the Courts or Boyle and adjoining rest to her. He complied; they were counties and in the Court of Appeals. married and went to the States, where plied, "neither was the Press broken TESTIMONIALS OP LINCOLN CO. FARMERS ! MA8TEU8ON PEYTON. tho Canadian gentleman learned that Down, nor have I been Detained by X.A.'W. A.TU'OlllN.ISY ATCOUNTY, AMD KXlUlKtR in tho Weekly, but it was a small game widow worth Thero is more truth than poetry ho had married a youug LlBbKTY. KY. Will and adall the following paragraph from the of Ten Cent ante which Hindered Me." joining practice In andtbe Courts of Caser Appeals, 8250,000. In his happiness he did counties, In tbe Court of dpeclal attention given to collections. Office over Philadelphia Record, an independent Hearing which, the soul of George U. T. Pierce's store. not forget tho friend who advised him. journal: "Pennsylvania is not a dem Washington turned over in His Gravo He sent that gentleman a check for SB. J. Q. OAHPENTEK. a ocratic State. The lato election dem- and muttered bilent Benediction. (2,000 with a letter of thanks for his KENTUCKY STANFORD. Denver Tribune. onstrates that on a straight issue .the kind advice in enabling him to become Office over Eobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Office hours Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. Invitations to funerals aro now cot- - from S to 5K and 7 to 9 r. u. republican party, can poll its usual a rich and happy man, through tho tho stylos of wedding ten un after majority of votes. What folly would cards, and have a deep border of black. J. J, WILSON, possession of a handsome and loving STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. it be then for tho democracy of the Inclosed is a dismal card, on wuicn is woman., Tho gentleman who tenderDENIIHT. Geo. D. Weaken Bear Sin The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, STANFORD, KY, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim' for Union to steer its course with refer- printed: "Please present this card at ed the advico felt dubious as to tho Office and Residence, Uppc'r Main St. ence to tho uncertain and whitiling the church." it. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverof tho check, and did not prereality izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange methods of Pennsylvania democrats? sent it at the bank for some days. Ai V. HUFFMAN, LEE for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a When the gentlemen who assume to BURGEON last he put the matter to tho test, and 8TANFORD, KY. Ckaig Lynn. Cultivator. tho money had been lyTho joyous holidays are coming lead tho deuiocratio party in Pennsylwas informed Office South side Main 8treet, two doors above EDWARD H. FOX.Propr., the Myers Hotel. ing in the bank at his order for a apaoo, and we should all arrange to vania have the courago of their opinPure Nitrons Oxide Oaa administered when re Mr.Geo. D.Wearen Dear Sir. I have one of the Albion Spring quired. North-EaCorner of llsln and Third Streets, uumber of days. Aud so the romance giro them a gladsome welcome Bun-dl- o ions it will be timo enough to listen Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am it. 0. MOBOAN, D. D a. Tooth Sulkey all persons the year's business cares carefully to them, but not soonor. They are DANVIIXE. - . KENTUCK'S ended to tho satisfaction of DENTIST, week well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. Now York Herald. and securely, and poke them into the now whistling two tunes on the quesinterested. SWHT Will be In (Stanford one Wm. uooch. UsTlng recently refitted mj rooms with all of the of each month, from first Monday. Dental rooms pigeondiolo of temporary suspension, tion of revenue reform. No party modern Improvements, I now bare tbe In bt. Asapb Hotel, oter MCA'lster a urignis. Didn't Admit Him. "There is a gather up a hoalthy little fund with can dance to this sort of music." iu.m Bee Lancaster luree wecs.ui Geo. D. Weakun, Esq. Dear Sir: I used one of the Albion ComFinest (Jullcry In Central Kentucky rom uen.l At third Monday. Dental rooms In NasonUouse. youug man in tho parlor wishes to eeo which to season tho pleasant days and (tfee sign. Pure nitrous ozld gase administered bined Spring Tooth Harrows and broadcast Seeders in putting in my don't (all to call and see wnen necessary. When Norf "winds show you do cracks in me. jou visit Dansille, you, miss," remarked tho hall door look at the date on your paper. It Beepectfulljr, wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perhouse. When you mako de jail too attendant. C. T. Sandidge. Ml-fectly. EDWAHD II. FOX, you aro behind with your subscription Photographer Ky. Geological Burvey "Did ho bring any thing with him; ruako haste to have the figures given nice, you better strenkin' the bog pen. Mule don't kick 'cordin' to no rule. Geo. D. Weakun Dear Sir: We bought of you a Spring Tooth any box or parcel ?" a healthy aud early sotting forward CONDENSED TIME. Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in hide mighty easy iu de 'MDuly a cane, miss." done tho priuter will be Black sheep With this DR. G ANN'S REMEDIES! seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we are free to say that the ImpleV'.DM his oat tails rattle when he ablo to come the double shuiHe and dark. Sat'day might help roomatiz ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to Highl'arnt niggers aint Li pow'ful. & walked as if thero was a package of FOB T1TE MILLION. aud cut the Curiatraai pigeou-winany Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. ?" much service at de log rollin' Blind candy in tho pockets happiness and festive dolights will R. W. Givens & Son. MANUFACTUItED BY W. K. OANN, M. D., IIAILICOAU LINE. "Nothing of tho sort, talis. '' bridle can't hide de fodder stack, fum crowd around you liko Sunday-Bchoo- l MONTICELLO, KY. do loau boss. Corn cob stopper don't "Then tell him I've gone to visit a scholars around a circus Mr. Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I am pleased with my Albion TKAINS OOINO NORTII. sick friend and wont bo home for a hurt de 'lasses iu de jug. Hot sun Th wnrl.l 1. glial wlttvthe wonderful, brautl' Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better Glasgow Times. Kz Hun, ful and Intricate intentions ol man, yet all the Nov. ii, 1882. make de blades dull in do harves' fiol'. week," returned the fair girl, falling combined talent and genius that the world has ei- - and answers many more purposes than a Drill. John Buchanan. SO am r knnwn has never Droduced snvthlos; that Can Irs. Kichinond.... How A Ueowiian Made 83,000. - Mule don't understan' de into a horizontal position and reback 850 " " Ijsncaster. ... compare wsth "Or. Usnu's ltemedlee." Medical 8 00 " Williamsburg.. skill and science base, as yet, tailed to discover Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir. Have tested vour Albion Seeder on suming her perusal of "Truth Stran Thoro lives n man in this town who Smart rabbit go homo 'fi'de enow dun 7 00 " soy tiling equsl to them lor me cure 01 me uiv Uindon 8 CO " Livingston, eases for whlleb they are recommended, as meir clean, plowed land and on Ten fallin'. Dead limb on do tree show bo the boss swapper. foulest stalk land. It gives better satis' 07 ger than Fiction; or, The Liar Un claims to Crab Orchard-- .-. snd uses are Drslsed bv thousands through virtues M ritaotord out the length and breadth ol the land, and as faction than any implement ever used in foul land. years ago ho bought a pocket-knif- e Cen masked.'' itso'f when de buds come out. 10 It " rihelbr Uty...- -. btandardraiulIT Medicines, tuey cannot i exA. K. Dennv. 10 19 " IisnTllle Junction celled, au I are fully substautlited by tbe strongfor 82. He swapped this for a pistol; tury. 0 41 j Mltcbellstiurg. est testimonials A Matter of Selection. Chat, shot-guII W ' he swapped the pistol for a ibsnon fs.f y Consump A foreigner may file his declaration Lever tells of en Irish in an who, while Slew Itupm Vnr Oiiuhi. tTol.la. Croun.01 llroocbltls. auu Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: I have used one of the above men1M ". sue a urusi tho cow for a of intention tho day ho lands, if he Arr, Let anon Junction..., tion and alt uiseaseaa iuii tioned Seeders, and heartily. .endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. a M .1 coach was passing the guu for a cow, a wheel of a stago ClOflnustl'J unction, ?IJ Louisville.'. sold the horso for 8500. wishes. Gtiiui'ri Cough Nyrup Use He must file it, however, over him, cried out: "What's this horse, and J. A. DePauw. He invested the 8500 for the first five two years before his naturalization pa. (IOINO SOUTH. TKAINS Vn. Mi.r roinnUInt.UrsiH'iisii. Indliestlonjaun. for?" We know of an old Arkansaw ... .. 'u .. l.'. .1. ..i .ti nin,...- .. .. .. uice, loosupaiiuu, oour oiuiuaiueuu en wiiiuu. years aud drew out 82,000. Hq has pcrs cau bo issued. He must be a Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin The Albion Combined Spring Tooth ciToun. man who was equally Nov 2i), leai. Diseases, for five resident of the United States five years Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more than saloon, where a had the 82,000 out at interest Wliilo standing in a Lve. LoulstllU.. lUtu Uho Dr. CilHssis'H Liver Cure. you 1 00 pa for it. I have sown 59 season 10 per cent, aud ho now haa before he cau becomo a citizen. He Lvt. Manford...... filthy Neuralgia, Sprains, llrklsrs and party of conviviallsts had gathercJ, a years at t ICrsh Orchard, iiifa For ltlifuiusll.nl.external application for manor eortt claim and it does its work wellacres of wheat this machinein would where no other laml, 4 10 . Swellings -- an tho result of his knife trade 83,000. must show that he has been a resident Arr. IjTlogston ' pistol belonging to one of tho party 6 20 Loudou ... beist, ,MHM.. work at all. My son J immie, who is 12 years old, ran tlfe machine 720 " " Colyers Weekly. of the State or Territory in which the Lve. Wllllamsburg...M.... was accidentally discharged. The Ar2 60 " Unc Dr. Gauu'n Lluliiicnt. . ..... Lancaster all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found 0 6 which he applies for natural Arr. ltlchtuood.. kansaw raau fell, shot through the boI cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I For Piles, Hemorrhoids, Hums, Fistula snd all no difficulty. A "Fat Man's Dinner" was given court to si in liar disease., dy. "Blamed if I understand this!" by Col. Chas. W. Wait, of Blooming-ington- , ization is held for one yoar before the know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months PULLMAN PALACE CABS date of his application, and that he has he exclaimed. "Why tho dovil that , John 1. Bailey. III., Wednesday evening. No filed his declaration of intention at To Memphis, Little Hoc. Mootle, Montgomery, Uho Dr. Ghhu'h Pile Olutuicut. in the year. Cor Freeh Cuts, Iturns, Ulcers and Old Sores, pistol should select mo when older guest was invited that weighed less least two years before. and New Orleans, Emigrants to Teiaa hsve thelrcholcs) of twotoutes: Geo. D. Weaken. Dear Sin Kach one of us having purchased of men are present, is beyond my mental than 225 pounds. A scale was placvia Memphis or lis New Orleans. Time much Umo Dr. Ghhu'h aUttcr-.SvrcA society called the "Limited Matquicker and rate lower than by any other you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Broadcast Olutiucut. Arkansaw Traveler. research." ed at tho dining-roo- m door, and each rimonial Society" has been organized route. It is also the Seeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have given us entire A Memphis woman is credited with guest was weighed as he passed in. iu New York. It favors a law by QUI0KEBT, 0HEAPE8T AND BE8T Uho Dr.GHHu'M MotHHeh Itttteru satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to KellsUe giving birth to a child which haa a The total weight of the 24 guests was which marriago can bo legally con- Eoute toallpoluts la Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, A sud also Tonic. Appetiser and illood Purifier, any wheat Drill we have seen, Sows the wheat evenly and leaves cures Dy wepsla, Indlgestlou, Liter such tn.ll.n.. Inwa. N.Lraaks. Colorado. Arkansas. Complaint, Mslsrlal revere and all periodical 0,1)50 pounds. It must bo remember tracted for a terra of years. If none exposed on the surface; also regard the tool superior to any suout like an elephant. Tho cause of Diseases. Manufacture and for sale by a Only one chtnge to Chlcsgo, bt. Louis and Last. a law should pass thero would be. 'or further luformstlou about ticket, to the other as a pulverizer and uelicv-- ' they will prove valuable as Cultiis supposed to bo ed, howover. that this ii in the coru- - good many marriages for "ono year, the malformation . 2STIT, IMT. X)., vators. Houtb, Ksous, Colorado, and euilirsnt istes to W. C. Vanov, v. a . amnnr., Ky yiorlds, ftjiirea tho mother had been frightened crowing section of Illinois. It was with the privilege of tho "next." that "A1I orders Sole proprietor, Moutlcello, Ky lien. Pass, sod Ticket Agt Shanks Sioonamokk. ptoupt atteutlou by mail will rwelre South Kentuckian, corn-festock. Or V, i Anthony, At, Stanford, Ky, by an elephant at a circus. cases of Diphtheria yield to It SMALL-rOX lead-penci- l. ante-nuptia- A Heal Romance, "to-mo- Tho editor of tho Quernsoy Time prints a very good article on tho sub ject of family nowspapers, Ho refers to tho responsibility and Imporlanco of tho editor, aud decries his tendency of lato toward tho tiso of profane languago in print. "Several offour nearest exchanges," says he, "havo been using such languago in their editorial columns, and our attention has been called to it by ministers and others." Now, thero is nothing moral or smart in being a blackguard, and tho editor of tho Times is on solid ground whero ho stands. Tho idea of a largo class of writers for tho press, that slang is wit, and that profanity lends to tho brilliancy of an article, is a mistaken one, and its indulgence is disgusting. Tho editor of tho Ihtu is right in his statement that ladies and children nro the greatest readers of tho weekly family newspaper. "Let our brethren," he invites, "look over their subscription lists nnd sco how many bachelors they will find I" Wo commend tho following paragraph to his brethren, to ponder over in their sanctums : "It is a favorite theory with somo dditort that they must cater to tho tastes of all classes of readers 'They must have a sensational article obco in a wliilo for tho benefit of scandalmongers; they must have a certain amount of church and Sunday-schoo- l reading, aud a report of tho dances nnd parties of tho day; they writo homilies on tho beauties of tompcr-anc- o and rank the successful saloonkeeper among tho first citizens; they writo a solid editorial for tno old men, a sentimental ono for tho girls and a profano and slangy ono for the corner loafers and frequenters of saloons. A paper thus loosely put. together can have no individuality and no influence for goad. Tho inconsistency is evidenco of insincerity or lack of purpose; and tho rough who chuckles over the article written for his benefit, in his inmost heart despises tho writer." "What does this 'era mean?" asked on old farmer as he entered a bank in Albany tho other day and laid down a printed blank whicli had hcoa filled out, with pen and ink. "It means that tho maker of a note which you indorsed has failed to pay it." "What, that Brown note?" "Yes.' "And ho hasn't paid?-- ' "No." "Well, "what's that to me? All I did was to writo my namo on tho back." "That's enough to hold you to the debt. It "You was a regular indorsement." don't say sol Consarn his pictur; ho said ho simply wanted my name thero to signify that I knowed himl So I havo got to pay it?" "Yes." "Wofl, well! Even a big a fool as I am kin learn sunthin new if he only sets about it with tho right kind of speritl I've Iearncd,moro about the banking busthan I iness in tho last over kuowed in ray hull life before" Wall StreotNews. William II. Vandcrbllt has tho least to say of any man Wall street. Tho smallest navy in tho world for the money spent on it tho United States. Tho shortest verso in tho Bible is verso of tho eleventh tho thirty-fiftchapter of St. John. Tho taule has tho reputation of having tho smallest and dalntiost foot for its sizo of all hoofed animals. Watches mado as early as 1700 were so delicately constructed by hand and so small as to easily fit on the top of a It is worthy of remark that the mosquito has concealed in his bill six comploto surgical instruments, each so minulo as to be indiicernablo to tho naked eye. Gen. Longer, editor of a newspaper called tho Key West Democrat, is twenty years old, forty inches high pounds. The and weighs thirty-fivGeneral was born in San Domingo and raised in Florida. Tho sting of a honey bco when compared with tho point of a fine needle under a powerful magnifying , is scarcely discernihlo. Tho point of tho needle seems to bo about an inch in breadth. The smallest hogs in the world are quartered in the Zoological Gardens in London. They camo from Aus tralia, and aro known as the "pigmy hogs." Thoy are well formed, are and mako excelfrisky, lent pets. They aro about tho size of a wild hare. Eugene Pathetic Parallels. Hale's old schoolmaster, down in Maine, says that somo of the farmers' boys who wore better clothes than Eu gene used to laugh at him. Some of those same boys aro now eking out an existence on titty acres ot clay aud swamp land, while Eugeno Hale is a United States Senator, drawing 85,- 000 a year salary, and tho husband of a lady wboso estate will soon be valued at a million and a half of money. New York Tribune. It is the same in Illinois. Twenty years ago a little boy in Chicago was. laughed at by bis playmates becauso they wore better clothes than he did. Some of these same boys are now eking out an existence, finding great difficulty in supporting their families, while the littlo fellow at whom they laughed has becomo ono of the best coopers in Chicago Tribune. Joliet. good-nature- A girl in Iowa married a man for a special pecuniary consideration, but after a short timo left him, alleging that she couldn't livo with a drunkard. Her husband died shortly afterwards and sho sued tho estate for the benefit of tho contract, hut tho Supremo Court decides against her. It finds that John's intemperate habits were no woreo after his marriago than they wero before and that Susan knew as much about them before as sho did after. Under theso circumstances tho Court holds that sho was not justified in leaving him and had not lived up agreel to her part of the ment. Hence sho was not entitled to the benefit of it. "Sho choso adrunk-ar- d for her husband," says tho opinion, "and sho ought to discharge the duties of a drunkard's wife. Sho does not show that her personal safely or even her required her to leave him. Sho doubtless would havo lived more comfortably in the society of a sober man, but sho ought to have considered, and doubtless did consider, tho discomforts of a drunken husband when sho married tho intestate. But she urges he promised reformation before marriage. His failuro to keep this promiso did not justify her in deserting him. All the world knows that auch promises made by a drunken man are always broken. In a few words, as sho knowingly married a drunkard she must be content to bo a drunkard's wife." This pointed lecture doubtless left her a sadder if not well-bein- g PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. Artleln far Universal aiiilly U.e. l'or Hcnrlet anil Typhoid l'cTeri, Eradicates Diphtheria, Rail, ration, Ulcerated UALARIA. Ho reTlirnat, Small I'oi, Measles, anil all Contagious Dl.cnae. Tenons waiting on 1 M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, II3A.X.rJH Di-ug- A IloneelioliI IN- - Stanford, Ky., Musical InslrtiniciilH, tht Sick should me black Tninlt liail taken place. Th wont It freely Scarlet Fever nas ever been known to spread whrre the Fluid was tiled Yellow lever has been cured with It nfter CIicihIcaIh, PiilntH, OIIh, IiHnipHs Wall Paper. ItOOllH, nmiiniicry, NoHlH, WIiich, JMqiiorH, luars. Perfumery, Pocket Tobacco, Cuttlcrr. Maclilno Flro Arms, H. C. RUPLEY, TAIX.OR, Fall Winter Stanford, Kentucky, treat-me- PENNY & McALISTEK, s M'Alfetef llsilbt St. Asaph Block, Stanford. GROCERS, PENNY & FHAR.MACISTS, -S- MeALISTER HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. THE A.LBIOKT Excelsior Art Rooms st DENTIST, 1 ru f Afflicted, Attention bill-boar- d. wheel-borre- .u... .- ia Ir. . . ct K. C3-.A- d M-- ll The Owner-Journa- l' is malicious BTAWFOBD, W, P. WALTON. 2C"X 8, just 1882 Friday Morning, December EDITOR Tin: President's messago ii not 80 long'moryct eo brilliant as ome wo havo read in days agonc, but it is a pretty fair document, which makes several suggestions that will touch a nonular chord. Ho starts out with tho "PRAISE THE LORD.' statement that our relations with for Waterforp, Saratoga Co.,N. Y., oign powers aro in a most gratifying December 1, a..) condition, tho slight differences as Dnr Interior having I went last Monday to Tror, to attend havo arisen during tho year been amicably settled or likely to the regular "Minister's meeting," which on occasion was a special one, to conalder reach an early adjustment. Tho fact that the political situation of the city In parthat thero wero raised during tho last ticular, especially to take some action on in ex- the better enforcement of the Sabbath law fiscal year over ordinary expenses oi the that cornea into play Dec. 1, of the present cess of the government, reminds him that wo aro "rear of grace." "Ye maun ken," again paying of! tho national debt too fast that the city of Tror, of which the inhab- style themsehea and ho thcreforo recommends tho abo- itanta are proud to (I suspect, because being a Terr of all internal taxes savo on lition young city they hanker after any thing that distilled spirits and a simplification of will give them the dignity of age) la uat tho machinery of collection, whereby now In a very chaotic condition, because a 1,600 or 2,000 officers can bo dispens- new administration, professing Itself oped with. Tho tariff question is touch- posed to corruption and stealage (which usea as a ed, but so gently that neither free- the party oat of power, generally petard to hoist the party that la In) is trader nor protectionist can take ex- measuring its might with the well organceptions, though he admits that ob it at ized ring that found itself, the day of the presents stands, it is in many respects list election, to its atonement, ousted. The unjust and ought to be revised. Tho battle ia still going on. and for the past silver coined under the act of a few week, so hotly has the contest raged that years ago now amounts to 8128,000,-00- 0 the town hall haa been banicaded and Troy haa been practically without a police and as but a little over 835,000,-00- 0 force, that august body refusing to act with have gone into circulation, and is the new Mayor, on legal technicalities furunpopular as a currency, ho advises bished by an astute attorney of the opposition as fast as heeded. I wish to be underthat its coinage be stopped. Our fortifications, he says, are noto- stood aa simply stating facta not taking riously inadequate tor the protection sides. So the ministers, under special call 'came together about this matter" last of the great cities and harbors and an Monday, thinking the time propitious for necessiamount suited to our present acting in a body and giving the weight of ties ought to bo provided for. He their position on the side of right in car touches on tho iniquitous "River and rying out the forthcoming Sunday Statute. t utterances of Harbor" bill in a sort of "I told you I listened to the so atyk" and recommends that here- 40 or 60 Intelligent men, for the space of enough after the bills for such appropriations nearly two hours, and then, baring of politics to last me a long time, departed be presented separately, so that each for home and dinner. And aa rode home I can stand on its merit and not be car I pondered the subject, and this is what I ried through on the general worth of made of it. Here were half a hundred tho bill. He wants our naval forces "ambassadors for Christ," arraying them- increased and agrees with tho Secreta- selves against the very classes the Master to approach and sate. And all ry of War that there is immediate de- sent tbem fairest of pretexts, for surely it under the mand for the construction of three is well to hare quiet Sabbaths and Saloons s and appropriations for high closed and newsboys silenced. Un the last rifle cannon for tho torpedo ser- point, one clergyman was most emphatic power vice, and hopes that Congress will in his remarks, insisting that, whatever actake steps to rovive American ship- tion was taken, the abatement of the stenbuilding and restore the U. S. flag to torian newsboy nuisance, breaking the quiet slumbers of laity nnd clergy Sunday the ocean carrying trade. The letter morning, must hare a prominent place, or writing public will applaud the sug- the country would go to the dogs. One gestion that postage be reduced to two could hardly fall to tee that the memory cents, and it seems advisable for the of his own curtailed, morning nap gave indignant emphasis to his really eloquent P. O. Department is more than have speech. I couldn't refrain from a momensince the tary aversion to the little wretch whose "To correct a prevalent shrill been routed. "'Ere's your 'Erald, Tri&une, Timet" misapprehension" as to liis removal of woke tbo early morning echoes, and sent officers, he shows exceedingly bad "tired nature's 'sweet restorer" off with taste, since he tries to detenu his ac- startled look fingers in ears, to return no tion, by an invidious comparison with more that day. Surely the end to be achis predecessor, whoso shoes' latchets complished was a wholesome one, forbidHe ding nuisances one and all. But the old ho was hardly worthy to unloose. question came back is the minister of the declares his approval of such legisla- gospel of the grace of God the man to do E. F. Hargan, Louisville, says: "Brown's tion as will prohibit by law the col- it ? Does a "readiness for every good word lection of political contributions, but and work" call him to the front in poli- Iron Bitters is a most valuable remedy for we hardly suppose he can be in earn- tics? It is the old question which is no rheumatism." est about this, as without the money nearer a settlement now than in the times when Scotland's clergy grasped the claythus forced from office holders, his more, and America's preachers shouldparty has seen its last election tri- ered a musket and marched to battle. It DEPARTMENT. umph. The message closes with a will not be settled till Jesus comes. It it handsome acknowledgement to Al the old vexed question ef the "end jutify-in- g T. It. WALTON, Editor. the means" that haa undoubtedly two mighty God for the many blessings Mr. Robt. Collier haa 60 cattle that avvouchsafed the nation and the expres sides to it. For myself, I can not help thinking that law and grace can not thua eraged 920 lbs. when one year old. sion of the hope that tho counsels of Go to the Enterprise Grocery for work side by side. Jesus never appealed Congress may be harmonious, pru- to law, nor did Paul, except to his sorrow. in groceries and queensware. Thirty good scrub steers, weighing dent, patriotic and just. Consider- We are "not under the law but under ing that bis administration has been grace," and if we preach grace and then about 750 lbs , for sale. Robt. Collier, Lanmost signally rebuked within the last act law, "the legs of the lame will be une- caster. The Cooking Club will meet at Miss month, the paper is a conservative and qual." Jesus took to his heart of love All the mem"publicans and sinners" without question Bailie Huffman's prudent one and will be well received by or condition, and so it is written, "Then bers are expected. the country without regard to party drew near unto Him, all the publicans and During the last two weeks, Mr. Geo. Three-fourthfour-fifth"Tro-jans," Trades-Union," x ex-istiwell-puiron-cladstar-router- a enough to say of an honest gentleman deceased, "Ho was twico a member of tho Kentucky Legislature." Evidently that paper intends that tho evil that men do shall live after them. Because Col. Craddock had a crippled leg and couldn't accept he got fourteen invitations to dinner on Thanksgiving. Thoso who have seen him destroy food onco never ask him a second time to try tho earno operation. the pulling down of strong holds." If we outside of this we don Biul's' armor, and then "6,000 shekels of brass" outweigh as many hundreds, and Oollatli wins the day, "O that my people were wise" says our good God and wring His hands to think of all the disastrous mistakes we are making. And as I am on this subject I will allnde to the Thanksgiving sermon I heard, only two hours ago. Thero were Union Thanksgiving services In the Bsptiit Church, and the talented young pastor of the Water-forPresbyterian Church preached. His teit a verse of Psalms, "Strengthen O Ood that which Thou hast wrought." He quoted it in announcing hta theme and again in winding up the last sentenced his discourse. If another time, I have forgotten it, or failed to notice it. The sermon waa divided into two parts, I. The perils that menace the Nation. II. The Hopeful signs of the times. s s or of the sermon went into No. 1. The perils were. 1. Luxury. He handled this point anni gloves, going for extravagant expenditures without mercy. 2. The second peril was in the shape of the overgrown corporation), gobbling up every thing around them. He gave a violent slap at the "New York Central" and "Pennsylvania Central Railroad Corporations" in support of the general position. 3. The next peril was the conflict between Labor and Capital, in which he pitched into capital for gobbling all the proceeds of the partnership, and then "went for" as a -- wrong method of righting the wrong. The best way of remedying the evil was not suggest stood ed. 4. A corruption of the ballot-bonext to menance the nation's life. Under this heid he took in political "Bosses," ''stuffing," "intimidation," Ac, and spoke with caustic effect. II. Then he briefly took up the hopeful side. Tbere waa hope in the fact that the people Were thoughtful enough to endure only to a certiin point, when they arose in their might, in the last election, and burying party issues ripped up thing gen- eully. He evidently regarded the laat or popuelection as a mighty ground-swel- l lar indignation against corruption that would keep on "swelling" till the democrats get into power. At this point I rath er thought he betrayed democratic tendtn cies, but may have been mistaken. Per haps be was only impartially prophesying. 2. Then there waa hope in the Church, which I failed utterly to see, though he labored to show that she was doing wonders, she instead of being the "hissing is, for her unfaithfulness to our LORD, the CHRIST. On the whole, he looked cbetr-ful- lr forward and thought everything would come out right. And thus ended our Thanksgiving sermon. It was rather hard that I, who so seldom hear a sermon should be thus victimized. I did long for one mouthful of grass from the "green pastures;" one mention of the name of Jesus; but it waa not in the "line of thought," and 1 came away feeling as if I had been at a political meeting, heard nothing I did not know before and inwardly resolved to keep Thanksgiving at home next time. Nothing especial to report from the meeting. Eight confessions Monday night and 2 last night. This, with the 49 children Sunday, gives a total of 59 for soul. 12 anointed for healing and about 20 up for special blessing at the afternoon meetings. We labor on in full hope and trust, not a bit discouraged. All well and happy. Our Methodist friends a good deal jolted, but bear it well. Bro. Thompson having been a Roman Catholic Is not a bigot and listens and learns, I trust. Ever in Jesus, Geo O. Barnes. Kb d The iKTERton Journal Steam Job Office is prepared to do all kinds of printing In th best manner and at the shortest notice. Merchant and others can order by the morning train and have any ordinary job returned to them by th after" noon train. It is said that Mr. Eh Best, of the Paint Lick neighborhood, has cribbed 2,000 barrels of corn after fattening about 260 hogs. Considering that Mr. Best raised a good portion of his corn on rented land, as rent, and counting paying one-hasomething like 1,000 .barrel fed to hog, hi entire crop can not be far from 4,000 -- FOB THE- - HOLIDAYS The following cuts roprcient tho GLADT!DlliGS Itond Carefully tho Following Statement OF NTtJllIIOItN l'ACT.N tub KinM or t Collars and Cuffs ih oun- - barrel. Tho Robinson Bro. expect to erect be fore long a three alory building on the cor nernow occupied by them, and the chances are good for a new block in place of the old and dilapidated one West of the which, with the buildings tut completed and those in process of construction, indicate that Lancaster la having somewhat of a boom. An alarm of fire waa given Wednesday at about 1 J o'clock, which brought out a large crowd and the fire engln to the tobacco factory of Mr, A. Cunningham. The fire had caught from that great enemy of property the defective flue and was so far advanced when the engine arrived that it is doubtful if it could have done any good any how; but It wouldn't work worth a cent Not having been used before for over a year, the chemicals would not perform their proper functions, and the building was soon in ashes. Mr. Cunningham succeeded in saving nearly all his tobacco, and Court-Hous- Furnishing Goods Department, and along with them we give a few items in general itocii Welsh, Wiseman & Co., e; t?iii. , si lea.l, of the Arm hiving determined TO (10 Wittl", Will be dlttolred January 1, 1111, oni ment-In In tlew of thla change, we propoM lo cIom out our DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, ilk rvMxrr - -- And toseeompllih this, wllldliponaof It days, At ANIn Very IVIany Cases Under Cost. Ws hare from $A0W to 110,000 In Clothing, uou.lt thatsar. trjrlnclodla. Toucrlfleeln thli way Itemnole It linol IXMor bullhe WBOleOIDT rar Ullt Uliwirl HAni'tuiTi niui n hi ipiuihif, mmtr punhated In tb Eaittrn MaiktU All our llnriare eninplele amiI almoti all unbroken, In llmi hars a lart stoel ot nam ani iirocaue tloodi ith, nuo an Mitt, Mhoodar Clolht,Cathineret, moat dralrat.la thxlra. Uoranlete lines of llixlrrr, UJiw' and (lenla' Ar in wear and i'ancj flood, poerallj. The lartral and moat cumpUt stock of New mid Desirable Vail and Winter GoodN aI' ihnati,l I.HtHcVRHdChlltlrci.ViMiooH at FlguruM Hint Will AMomIhIi All Hats and Caps, l ssssPj ssLssh. TfrLsssssH Who Wlco them. Oenta' Cloth., Oualurreaand IUt at a pxlllfa utrlAes Clrfint line ol Clrwt. at manuhclureri' print. Tha VtltY CIIOICMr t)leaand qualities ol Ulleoni, Uotiont, tthiwtlnp, Voii vlllelleel an liuiiiini utlru on tfrrjr (llDChama, Aa,t prlmhlltarlopall far thsiaeanmi. thliiVjoubur. Ws wlllmakaNONKW AlltlUM.onlj ourold friend ."lrlf.1 snd tme," wbnw waknow tab Kilt el(a and prompt, will ws eredlt until Januarr lit- - Oursl. hart been IIUUIHIT A. our butlneM niutl b wuuhd on la tho otst 4) daft, all 11)11 UAMII and MU.tr IIK1NO CA-I- I. IWt throw awaj this opporlunltj of lrin In who owe t aro earnnllr miurttrd to rail and jouriupplies at prlcrt FA II lihlXIW any offered heretofore. tltl. wi;r,sn, winejiaiv :IL3L.J1.- a co. - hla!osissmall-about$1- 60 to $200. No insurance. Mesim.Geo. D Burdett & Co., proprietors ol the Enterprise Grocery, havo mov on the West ed into their new side of publio square. This is by far the moat spacious, best lighted and most conveniently arranged business house in Lancaster, fronting 26 feet on public square and rpnnlng back more than 100 feet, Including an ell which opens on Danville street. This firm has only been in business here since 1879, but In that short time has built up a very large trade, which Is due to the honest manner In which they have dealt with their customers and to the large and comprehensive stock they have always carried. They are now better than ever prepared to please the public, which can do no better than patronixe tbem. Two fellows, named Peel, brothers, of Jessamine, came to town laat court-day- , one of them riding an old blind horse, al most worthies, and offered to sell blm to a young man, Geo. Stone, living on Sugar Creek. While these two were talking over the trade, the other brother stepped up and taking Stone aside, told him he'd give him $85 for the horse If he would buy him. The young man thought be saw a good spec, and bought the horse for $60 or $C0. He then went to hunlhis purchaser, but lot he couldn't be found. Stone had the Peels arrested this week, and they were brought here for trial, but the officer who had them in charge was derelict in his duty and they made their escape before they could be tried and have not been heard of since. An account of just such a game was recently published in the Interior Journal, and if Mr. Stone had been a subscriber he could have saved himself trouble and money. Moral "now is the time to subscribe." store-room I'MIIL'Jl Gloves and Ties, ANNOUNCWNT :18.: CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. HrtTeJual received h cry Iiii-k-o HrtJsl Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes, sV MSsasBsa fc Mock of V FALLAND W1NTERDRY GOODS, Rubber Goods, LA5CASTEU ADTlETIhtlU.ITS. II. O. KATJFFMAN, ATTORNEY A.t IiA."V, LANCASTER, KY. Muter Comulialoner flarrtrd Circuit Court. Will practice lo all the Courts of Oirrird sad adjoining counues sua ia me uouri oi Appesia. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Trunks andValises, ' H nsroTionsrs, ftS &t MANUFACTURERS' -- riKAHOUASIIX- Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. "We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. Garrard County INSURANCE COMPANY, Or IIostox, Mass. "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, HIGGHV8 MOUSE! Sraxroao BTairr Capital, SS00.0O0; lurp!ui,'lM5,6W.3l; toUl assets, I,0J5,23.SI. ROBT. UINNAIRD.Aft., Lancaster, Kentucky. lOMm bar-Sai- IANCASTEB, - JOHN T. BIGGINS, -- KENTUCKY PROPRIETOR. A FIRST CLASS HOTEL In every particular, Tbs patronage ol solicited, and aatlafactlon guaranteed. tht pu Ule sinners to hear Him, and if ever there Senatoii Riddleueroeb, of Vir were rougues, the publicans were such. Even those who did not accept Him, as a ginia, wnorn uoi. rage jucuariiry personal Savior were not repelled, but coat-tai- l attach "heard Him gladly." He couldn't have calls the imitator and ment of Mahone, and who made some brought the law to bear on them. He reputation as a man who would fight spared them, for it waa all to fall upon His when necessary by accepting two chal blessed head and therefore they could go lenges for onoday, has refused to scot free. And what are we preachers but footfight with the Colonel, although those who are set to follow in His steps "who haa thus set man example.' It grossly insulted by him. This is an la very clear to me. It was not clear, r, exhibition of wisdom as well as cowto our 50 clergymen who, when I ardice on the part of Kiddleberger, for left, seemed disposed to issue a call for a he well knows that McCarthy does not "nias meeting" in the Town Hall, so that fight a duel for the name or the fun of all pressure might be put upon the new it. In the last duel he fought, he Mayor to prevent his slighting the unpop ular duties of open war against the "rumwas fearfully wounded in tho mouth, mies." One prominent Iter. I heard, in and although unable to stand up with- an able speech, protest against the clergy out support, he demaudod another leading in the matter, but even be did not fire at his antagonist, and on its being object o follow, or even march abreast of merchants, manufacturers, lawyers, bank-e- n granted shot him dead. No, Air. and others. Not one word did I hear does not want his Senatorial of saving the souls of these men and boys career spoiled in its incipiency. for whom Christ died. It waa law, law, Col. E. Polk Johnson has gono throughout. Is it strange that if you go into any church you are struck with the back to his old love the Courier-Jour-na- l absence of "the masses?" Is it to be wonevidences of his handiwork and dered at, that the wail "How shall we aro discernable. The Col. seems to reach the masses," periodically put up by be the leading man at present for Lt. earnest men, who really want to do good to Governor and his friends here and their fellows (these 60 preachers are, in elsewhere believe that he will preside the main, tucb, I verily believe) meets but over tho next State Senate. A sound the hollow echo "How ?" And "the massNiagara precdemocrat and a good and competent es" still go (touring over the ipice where? Sulor m ultra trtpulam man, his selection would be but an ac- comes In agaiu. Let the minister stick to knowledgement of his many virtues grace; it Is enough to fill heart and hand and bis many distinguished efforts for and brain, and let menders his party. do the rest. We can pray "for all In auMr. John QrloiieaJ, toulivllle, Ky.,ji: thority, that we may lead quiet and peace "I used IJrown' Iron Hitlers in uy famllr able Uvea" that la Clod's weapon, put in J our hands and "mighty through God to with highly beneficial results." bow-eve- affiliations. T. Arnold, of this county, has caught nine possums without the aid of a dog. A young business man of Bryantaville will lead to the hymeneal altar in January one of Lexington's fair daughters. Mr. J. C. Bryant, at present druggist at Bryantaville, expects to move his stock of drugs to thla plaee in a short time. Mr.G.W. Bettus, of Gilbert Creek, says bis wife churned three pounds of butter from two gallons of milk from Jersey cows. Underwear, New Houst! mww THE I'OItTAltlii: ENGINE. SA.1?E BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. AND DUB ABLE! It la Judge M. II. O wiley has been sick In bed at home near town for a week or ten days, but is Improving now and will be up of John L. Arnold shipped a d hoe to Lousiville and when they arrived 14 were dead, aupposably from their severe shaking up. J. W. West, Esq , bought of H. T. Noel 10 acres of land on the Danvil'e pike, one mile from town, at $70 26 per acre, lis will build on it. Dr.W. P. McKee, Col. Sam M. Burdett and Judge G. W. McClure, of Mt. Vernon, and C. Crooke, of Pine Hill, were here Wednesday on Masonic business. Now is your time to buy cheap goods I want to close out by Jan. 1st. Don't fall to call and get bargalna when goods must be sold. I must have what la due me by Jan. 1st. Geo. A. Feathers. Mewrs. Oscar Sweeney and Sam A, Walton, who are In the tobacco business here, have bought thla season 176,000 lbs, at an aver ag of about 7 cent per pound, They are now pricing preparatory to shipping. 11. 0. McLean weighed a day or two at ago to Robt. Laud 130 SCO lb. bogs-- 60 7 and remainder at 7 cents; and to Hill & Land 120, aversging about 325 lbs., at 7 cent. These hog were engaged about a month a,:o. car-loa- c;on Holiday Goods, SOME 3,000 In fact, there It no Engine that enua'a I! for Vtln. Hlmpllcltjr. Durability anl Hellabls Work. Juit TUB BNU1NK to Drlre GEO. D. PRINTING PRESSES And a Thoroughly Equipped CORN SHELLERS, BURDETT & CO. Grocery Department, ENTEPEI81 GROCERY, Where Every Frodnet of the Country Wood NinvN, sssssHSisl.JisW Cotton GIiin, Corn MIIIn, IHfltW n I ElevatorM, Feed Mills, May I'rc.H.scN, Tan (lies, fce. LANCASTER. Wholmle snd Befall Deals rs In ii bought and told. In fact, we do a General change Bail Ex- Creameries, Staple and Fancy Orooeriei, Qneeai ware, Olaiiware, Candle, Fraiti.Cigara and Tobacco. A FIRST-CLAS- S Call at The iHtcrler Jeuriial OfHcu ami Heuoue of Iho dcHlrable through our enEHgliieis Ih operation. Iteuieiubcr every FiikIho tire line, thus givhax our KiiHrHiitcc. Head It s ing our trade an advantage Waaajr to all purchattra that we guarantee our Doukwaller Cnglneato ba wall auj .uliltntltllr Not usually found anywhere else. made; to bo safe, simple, durable and complete In con.lruclloo, to work wall and ilia tbo full power A Large Line of nen 3T .... WELL LIGHT- ed, roomy bouse. Etirytnlsf nest aa a pin and prices lower tbaa CJUOCEBY-A Christmas Goods Wo make the abate guarantee, and atll on the follow. claimed when properlr attached and manage I log cottdltloua, la will giro the purchucrlhe Or.tWiliji after tho artlralof the Koglnt to giro It a fair and aatLfacturjr trial, luraM I be Lugliiafallt In cuwenplo our guarantee, we will take back tho Engine, rtlund erery dollar melted on the Luglne, prorlJrd'lhe purcliaarr raturnt the Eugluo lo bis Beareei railroad station, aud leareelleublect to our order br the cloaeolaald SO daye' trial, Certainly uo uiau lould a k for a more liberal oiler and contrail Now on Exhibition. Don't 101-- fail 1 yr. tier. to See Them It the Xetv Mock, BRUCE, WARREN & CO. AT Til E T WIN FKONTH." rower Engine aud Boiler ... ,..M ...... . ... ..... Power fcoglno and llolfcr .. .. . Tower I'oglno and Holler .... ...... o I'owertdglne and Hollar . .... lollTred on care at Kvrlnglleld, Ohio Kor further lofortuttlpn and ileacrlptlrs pamphlet, aidrvae the manufacturers, aU'liorte LOOK AT OUR PRICES. ............2I0 .., ISO ...... ajj 00 00 00 0 00 03 tf JAMEM J IUF':i Oi CO., NprlngHcld, Ohio. O It begin, lo appear that the prayer of Kev. II. Allen Tupper will be more than (tool guile cow answered and that he will like Ilro. IUrne milker. 0o. 11. llruco get more thin full wage QT.A.XTIB'OIRtD, KZY. He prayed A. T. Nunnelley will pay the htgheat for the conversion of 50 soul a the mull Friday Morning, Docembor 8, 1882 caah price for all kind of fur. " of lit meellnir and already hehaasceH the numDer rise to Hince our laat luaue Foil Kent.- - The residence now occupied Mr. H.ClIrlght, Judge T. P. Hill, Jr., L. A N. I0CAL TIME CARD. by Mr. K. II. Caldwell. For term, Ac, Mis LUxIe Hampton, Mia hurnetla Eu51 A. M. call on her. I'liMPftr tralne North... Hon flALB Fnntf Omr.rt.. A at McAHtter ARrlglilV .... n ' r, NEW FALL AND OF &0., AT . WINTER STOCK ii DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS,HATS,BOOTS,SHOES, " Boa lb.... . t W T. tf LOCAL HOrtCCS. Hut Paints of IVnnj Ifuv your ammunition Mcltotxrl A-- Hukk. Nkw alock of Je weir Penny A McAlliterV Watch rs, Clock and and warranted by Penny Fam. lot of Zelgler' A McAlisler. A I. A nor. variety of cook stores, heating alofe and grate juat recelfed by A. Owe-leLow price. bank and Wm. Knbanki have made the of all kind and from ( Hllmwr Mn. J. K. I'Anni ha opened a pork packing house and will alaughter quite a number of hog. " Connection at Danrllle Junction hare Jewelry repaired failed for the laat four day, making It bad A McAllater. on traveler and those who take only Cind Shoo juat forMleatJ.II.A8.il. Hhanki. cinnati paper, HTANDAni) Bheet Mimic. Vocal and In CltrNAUi.T, 8EVER4NCE A Co , not '. for 10 cent at Penny A trumental, wiabing to carry ofer llielr clothing and boot to next aeaaon, offer their entire IiAROK slock of Window Cllsss, all alien Double thick kIss for flower pita. Penny atock of tboae good at coat. Church are cheerful abo'Jl It and actually A McAllater. Wanted We want you to bring u ap- enjoy It. J lift recelfed a new lotof ctoaka for laple, potatoc, cabbage, onion, egga, butter, dle and children and a fine lot of LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. dressed turkey J, II, A 8. II. Hiiankn. we buy erery thing In Miller A Francls.have sold the farm Taken from my afore a good blue om-coa- t, the vegetable and produce line and pay the with Telret collar. I would be obllg blgheat market price ouA for it. McAllater of Mr. T. M. Pennington, In 1'ulaakl. to ed for lla return. I). XV, Vandereer. Mr. Davldaon, of Kockbridge county, Va , A Ilrlghl. Great IlMccrioN In abeet music; 50, for $1,800. 76 and $1 music now aold at 6 cent. The weather haa had a decided Christ- Dr. Tabler bought of Wm. Uurton 20 anJ on good paper, at Mcltoberl ma flavor for a week or two and the white head 290-lhogs; of John Spoonatnore 25 A Btagt'. mantle that enveloped the earth yeaterday head of 337 lbs. and of K. Waller 3 head of adiled lo the feeling which la raid to effect 351 PERSONAL lb, at 0 ct ,which seema to be the rulMn. Henry V. (iRErK baa gone to even the bone of tlioae who look forward ing price at preaent for fat hog. to the joyou aeaaon. Xlrkatltle. At the sale of Hiram KobertV effect Mn. anii Mm. It. 8. Lttle were wiIf Venn "transited" Wednesday, the Tuesday, milk cow brought $20 to $40; shing frlenda In DuiTllle thl. week. people In thl locality are none the better yearling heifer $20.30 to $24; yearling ua off for it, for with an occasional and abort teen $20.40; calvea $1250; sows $10.76; Mr. John W. Hout baa with a budgat of late California paper. In the afternoon, the aun aa ob- boars $10; ahoaU of 65 lbs. $1.05; pork Mim Saiira Penninoton baa return-e- d scured by thick cloud all day. It' pity $950percwt. from a two week' Tialt to Mia Judith too, for It There are no change in the quotations a long time before we can en- King near Crab Orchard. Joy the night again. Juat 121 J years, a the of cattle In Cincinnati, and the market Is McKinney, of Lincoln next time will be in June 2,004. Mm. Dei-tirathei dull. Hog are filrly active at 0 county I Tlaltlng her alaler Mr. Thoraaa to C for selected butcher and shippers Waylaid Colnmbu C. Miller a well- - down I'll e! pa, near Klchmond. Ilichmond Her lo CJ to 0 for common. Sheep are In known citlienof PulaakI waa waylaid and aid. fair demand, 2 to 4 cents; lambs weak at Mr. J. Q. QlVEKX, who la winning brutally amaulled by the llowyer Broth lawyer, i er on Monday night. Miller had accuaed 3to4cecU. fame and ducat a a Ijtiln-Ill- e Hahroimduro Court. Marra A Ena Tialt to hi parent and gate hi them of killing bia horae and had them ar up on glish, auctioneers and real estate dealera, Stanford friend the pleaaure of hla prea. reted for It. The trial waa ael for Monreport the market at Harrodaburg laat nee) yesterday. day, but owing to abient witnesses It wa Monday a follow: Market good and Mrs. Livimoston, with her two continued and on returning home that daughter, Mlee Maggie and Ilelle. who night, Mr. M. waa aliot and beaten of er the upply of cattle not equal to demand. Stop000 and 1,000 lb., yearling have been in EmporlajKa., foraeferal Teara, head till he waa auppoaed to be dead. He per, 700 to 800 lb , same figures; milk cow have returned to Lincoln to lire. There' waa found by a friend and 1 now In a moat $40(3)50; horse offered freely and aold at no place Ilk it after all. precarious condition. 'The llowyer are $G5100; aged mule $1000130; one lot of Miss Annie Marie IIaiinej uka u atill at large. scrub ewes $2.0 J J per head. thetean-tA- u to aay In tboae who aubcrlbed to Lancahter. Kecognlilng the fact that and hare not rrcelred It, they will get NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. our large and continually Increaalng sub (ton the 18th, from which lime their scription Hal in the democratic county of Anthooy Trollope I dead. will commence. The November Garrard, called for a greater effort on our Louiavllle rent 13 convicts to the edition waa exhausted. part to furnlah fuller local report of the Tuesday for Itlackburn to pardon. XV. O. Welch a bunting Joined Cou happening within her limits, we have de For carrying tbe mail the Louisville party from Lexington at Crab Orchard, termined to eaiabliah a SrEciAi. De- and Nashville railroad la paid annually yefterdar, omposd of Judge II. F lljck-na- r, In the Interior Journal in $180,271 70. Wyndom Mod-ro- tainment Oen. Ja. F. ltobinaon, which will be given alt the new and Other The railroad of Kentucky pay a MalUBImpron and 8am'l Itailey, who matter of intereat to the people of tin State tsx of $170,000 beside county and propose lo make war on bird" and good section. It will be edited by Mr.T. K. Walton municipal laxe. liquor for the next few day. temporarily, and he will spare no pains to The transit of Venn waa plainly visi TltK Logan family, which haa been make it as full and complete a poaaible. ble at New York, Washington, Princeton, represented so long In Stanford, broke up We will continue to have reporter at the In Csnada and other points. yeeteiday. Mr. Mary Ixgan and Mix other principal point in the county and by There are 69,000,459 gallons of whi-- ky Bamantha, going on a flail to the family of lh!a mean we hope to get every item of in bond In Kentucky and but 84,630,- Mr. 11. W.Olvena, after which they go to intereat afloat. We feel very grateful to 331 in the whole United States. life In Loulavllle, and Iter. J. C. Cold well Ibe people of Garratd for the large pat Senator Ituller was given another and wife leafing for their new elation at ronage they have o long and willingly ex- term In the United blates benate br the McAfee, Ky. tended ua and we intend to better deserve South Carolina Legislature Tueday. Many of the friend of W K Varnon, their kind favor In the future. A better II. M. Davi and Kichard Forman, the Duke of Joetlrld, are not aware that he and more appreciative people are not to Deputy U. S. Marshals, were driven from laya atlde hla Ulackatone for the be found under the aun and when they like Breathitt county, Ky., by thirty when be goea to the mounlaina of Whita or any thing else for that matter, ley. He and Mr. M. L. Kichanla bare a they demonalrale it In a way that show John Trlnler, of Chicago, murdered thrif ing atore at Joe field and the pretty their earnestness We were very much hi wife in Louiavllle Wednesday, and then girl for mile around come lo deal with pleased while In LincaMer Wedneadiy ar cut hia own throat. He la belitved to have the beautiful Duke whenerer they hear he ranging for the Garrard Department to aee been Insane. la there. in the place ol the old tumble-dowwall The House Ways and Means Commit-tee'h- a Prop. 0. P. Moore paed on the train of the burnt diatricr, a large and handaonie agreed to report favorably a bill to Tuenday, en route to bia home In London, block of building approaching comple- remove the tax entirely from tobacco after England. Since hla partial alroke of paraltion. The corner i owned by J. W. A W July 1st, next. yse laat Summer, he haa become almost a S. Miller, and they are building with a John K. Durfl ha sued hi partner, I atao great wreck phyelcally. Ilia eyeight viejr to accommodate the new bank to be John L Wheat for about $11,000. which ly impaired. Mr. Jsme Oilkeraon, who tarted there in a few week. The build- he allege waa fraudulently taken by him goea on a tialt to relatif r In Scotland, will ing I e three aloriea high and with it out of the firm. accompany him on the voyage and aee bim is an ornament, as indeed During the year 20,410 Kentucktans aafely boine. ii the whole block. Next to the Miller's have applied for in!on of whom 8,042 la the houe of Geo. D. Ilurdett A Co , LOCAL HATTERS. were admitted, 2,033 rejected and the and still further on, J.O. Sweeney A Son. other cases pending. Kink There aie of brick and are two storiea. The House Committee on noTOthe"TwInFronta." Ilurdett A Co. had just moved In from and will report favorably on at across the rquareand were spreading the proposition to reduce letter postage to Fnwil ult and lime arrive They have one of the beat arrang- two cents a half ounce. W. II. Hlgglna'. ed we know of, and large a It The railroad editor of tbe Cuurirr Tuc thermometer registered 10" ye la, la filled from one end to the other with Journal would do well to examine hia map. terday morning. their carefully arranged stock of good. The Cincinnati Southern does not cross Arrt.ES In any quantity, 75c per buahel, Meaara. J. Q. Sweeney A Son will not move the L. A N. at Klchmond. into their palatial quarter at McAllater A Ilrlghl'. until next Tbe grand jury has finally refused to week. Their atore-roola also admirably indict Col Oockerill for killing Slayback. good in the dry Chrixtmah preaent constructed and they will be able to great- Mr. Alice W. Slayback has filed a civil line can be bad at J. W. Hayden'. ly Increase their bustne by being so much suit In the Circuit Court at St. Louis for Fresh raiain, currant, citron and other better able to display their goods. The $5,000 damages against the Col. fancy grocerie for Chriatmaa cake at A. merchants generally seem to be thriving, -- Arab! Paaha Tuesday morning plead and there la talk of several others of them ed guilty of rebellion and was sentenced to Owaley'. tearing down and building greater death In tbe afternoon the Khedive com Loweu than Kver To reduce tocK I during the coming year. The muted the sentence to exile for life. He will pell at reduced rate for caah till lal town having become on of the quiete-- t will he sent to the Cape of Good Hope. January. W.T.Oreen. and most moral in the country, la bound to Postmaster General Howe ha given "HrRE'ayer Clnanalter AVw chu cent er increase and extend. It has many natural Instruction that In the future no informacopy" la the way little Jeaa IUuieey crle advantage and there is no earthly reason tion be given out by tbe ostoflice in re the new democratic paper of Porkopolla. why it should not. A gentleman who gard to the weight of copies any newspaper knows, told ua that the wblaky buaines may mail. Thl action I taken in conse JustKeceived New mince meat,crack-e- d hominy, grit, prune, there waa a dead one and the sales as compar- nuence of certain Congressmen having se wheat, oat meal, ed with four year ago, not while cured such Information and published it currant, ralalna, citron, Ac., at McAllater the Marshal, Sam Hardin says he had to the detriment of rival publications. AHrlghfa. not had cauae to make an arreat for over a Mr. Ueck offered a resolution setting e The L, & N. eeerua to have made a month. These are good signs and they are forth tbe law against levying political aslo running to Williamsburg before It growing better. The citixens of Lancaster sessments, and instructing the Judiciary waa ready. The train are neveron time are moving for telephone connection with Committee to investigate how much monIt was 1:30 late both Lexington. They have only to put up a now, and yeaterday ey was collected during the recent election, way. line to Hickman to do so. They also pro- how It was spent and whether there waa A W au In apeaklng of the beef ste. sold pose a connection with Stanford, which If any surplus; also to ascertain the number at Vanoburgaav:"It is so d d lough you nude will give a line from Iliutonvllle to of person dismissed from the public ser can't stick a fork In the gravy." Stauford Lexington, Stanford is ready to meet the vice since May zu, ana now many oi mem steak lovers can appreciate the aptness of Lancastrians half way in the matter, and failed to contribute. The resolution re quire tbe committee to report before Feb the remark, we hereby guarantee her half for the line ruary l. There I going to be a picnic for Gov. Old Book. Mrs. 8, 8. Myers ha a to connect the two towns. Itlackburn in Grant county next week. book that was printed In Loudon In 1B(J, The Circuit Court will convene next MonMARRIAOES. entitled "Paracellu or the Supreme Mysday, and there are on the docket 69 indict At the residence of the bride' father, ments for carrying a pistol or concealed teries of Nature." It is well bound and for that ancleut period remarkably well Mr. S. L. Ware, on the evening of the 6th, weapon. Such case must necessarily in conviction, and tbe Governor muat by the Kev. II. U. Morrison, Mr. J. J. Kenprinted. 69 pardone. At thl rate of iaaulng dall to Misa Emma Ware. They left Wed- laaue ' litsr calicoes at , 5 and 0 cents; good pardon the duty will become monotonous. nesday morning for Junction City where If not laborious, and the Governor will 0 cents; good canton flannel, Lex they will make f'e'r future dome, have the sympathy of the people. 8 and 10 centa; all linen towels, large Ingtou Transcrint. site, 25 ceuts per pair; checked coltou,8J REUOIOUS. BOYLE COUNTT. eeuU; good comforts, 05 cents apiece, at Eld. Jo. Ilallou will preach at the D. Kla Dantill. Chrlatia,n Church here next Sunday at 11 III I.. NANNIE U. stockholders of the Telephone to o'clock, Tub Will ltobinaon baa aold hi fine trotting connect Huatouville, Stanford aud McKinThe West Virginia Methodist Eplaco-pa- l mare Nannie II., to a Mr, Kay. of Glasgow, "Mound Uottsge." mo ney, will meet in the County Court room Conference, which recently closed it Ky . for SI.SW In Stanford at 10 A. M. Saturday, 9ib, tu annual eIon at Clarkaburg, resolved In elegant home of the late J. Q. Cecil, waa sold on Siturday at auction for $85,000 to elect bllirere and take other step uecessary favor aboliahlng enllrelr. Granville Cecil Frank Fran re who ac- Good, Now let them all follow tult. to Immediate ojeratlons. cldeutly shot and recety-edanMcAl-latered out-bur1 e !! good confession. Col. Ingeraoll said In a recent lecture that the Presbyterian is the worst religion of thl earth, for according to It hundred of billion and billion of year ago our fate was Irrevocably and forever fixed, and Ood, In the secret counsel of Hi own Inscrutable will, made up by HI mind whom He would save and whom he would damn. It believe that billion of year before that baby in the cradle-t- hat little, dimpled child baaktng In the light of a mother' amtle wai born, God had made up III mind lo damn It, and member of that Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. KILLED ItM SWEETHEART LYTLE'S. !, In a theatrical performance in Cincinnati laat week, ws born and reared In Danville. He lived at the house on Lexington afreet now owned by Mim Patlie Craig, and in connec tion with hi rattier and brother owned a marble yard. The Frayne were the first workmen who nut up marble monument In Danville. Jleforo their time the resting of the blessed dead wero covered by filaco houses made of dull brown stone slab with a superscription, rERMNAL. Kice, of Ilioomington, III., whose husband was formerly a merchant in Danville, ia now visiting Mr. Kowland and the family of Mr. D. XV. Jone. Cary J. War-re- n of Louisville is vlalllng the scene of his school days thl week. HI lameness Misa haa almost entirely disappeared. Drown and Mrs. Uonte of Cincinnati are with Mis Matlle.Fiiher. They went atill out to sec the "Nuba" and Knob Lick and well they did bit at the same old sell not exactly bite, either, but then they lick ed their mouths all full of old blue clay, trying to taste tbe salt. 1 FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Lincoln County Farm For Salel FINE FARM FOR SALE! tVeaaw your house, or your goods, or your lite stock, or yoar other property have not Iwwn burnt or Injured by flroor llchtnln;, I no guaranty that theyciHHOTbe. Don't you think, then, that It would be pru lent to secure Indemnity In ras auch Iota or damags ihouM occur T I offer you this at the loweitralea obtainable In sny Company I rtprtfent seven and you may lite your choice, J .-- Ji. I'laii.ii'.t, A Lincoln Co. FarnM 200 Acres t I ofler for aate rrlvalely my farm of S7J acres 1 offer for ssle privately my excellent Mils Farm on Dlx River, !$ miles East ot Stanford, within ef lOO ,leren. In the weat end of half mil of the new turnpike niw being con- ty, wlthtnH mile of Peyton's Well. Lincoln counIt lajj of structed from Htsoford to rrrachersvllte An exroll from the Mlllrdirevlll .t Stanford pike snd dirt-roa- d from the dwelling to th pike. cellent miles from Stanford A Huatonvltle pike, la well IlulMlnes are brick and frame, with 10 rooms. watered, haa good Improvements; about Welt watered with fine prnga, aom. ot them medla In grasa and balance for corn next year. ical water. Improvement nrat-rluIncluding very productive. Any person spplylng at It Is once tb fencing. Terms literal. Address or call on can obtain a bargain. KUUTT, Jl. JrfKN.NAKAIICOOK. I0l-2MIlledgeTllle, Ky. Stanford, Lincoln county Ky. J. Mr. Lary FOlt HAIiE Hlluated on the Danville A Lancaster pike, at Col. Brace's bridge. About SO seres In wheat, which ll aeeded with clover and timothy, making almoat th entire farm In gran, well watered with aeveral neveral never-fallin- g sprlugi; aim one of Ibe largest and beat spring poodatn tbe county, making It a desirable alack form llai on It a good, comfortable dwelling house, Ice hocae, smoke house, snd barn, good cabin recently built, young orchard of ISOcholc appla trees, good kitchen, garden, Ac. Terma of sale msde known on application. Ilalfof purchaae money may remain on mortgage. ST.ASAPHHOTEL MYERS HOTEL, Main St.. Hlanfonl, Ky. STANFORD. KY. - JOHN DINWIDDIE,PRO'R, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 E. H. BURNSIDE, Propr. JOHN Hlfll.nER. Lancaster, Ky. BALES. The two cottages fan 3d street opposite 2nd Having concluded to remove to Texas, I Oder for Special Accommodation to Commercial sat my church, belonging to Dr. Tucker and D. S. Travelers. Hinman. were sold to Kobt. Harding and Residence at IIuhIiicms IIoiihc, for $2, 100. J. H.Gentry Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Combined lnone,iltuated In the town of Crab OrLOST DIAMOND. chard, Ky., on Lancaster atreet. The building la will be Will Downton is grieving over the low of two and atorlea high, (0x20 feet and I have recently taken ehargoof this house Rsggsge chars;.. conveyed to snd from the depot Special acrommodatioaa to free of In all eight noma. The la 50x10, a solitaire diamond pin worth $135. It was and intend to have first-clato Commercial Travelera. The Bar will be with countcn and abelvlng ntcelyand properly aralwaja aipplied with th choicest either lost at the depot or stolen from Mr. ranged, with all the ontbulldlnga necessary to conaccommodations. braada of Liquors snd Cigars. Downlon'a person while lying down in his venience and th taate ot tbe moat fiatldlous, and one-ha- lf atore-rooss FOR JSAIiE ! This Old and Woll Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AMD BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Ouettt. office. LAW. 44jc; The case of Prather's Assignee v. Pralher. Ac,, on appeal from tho Uoyle Court of Common Plea, waa affirmed by the Supe rior Court on Friday last. The real winner la J. L. Debaun, of Perryville and this la the third time he haa won the case. THE FEEBLE. Two aged citixens are reported to be near-in- an abundance of pur water for drinking snd household puipoaes,lesullful ahade and fruit trees adorning snd beautifying the entire pieruleea, alt Any one desirlo a good snd heslthy condition. ing cheap valuable residence, among a clever and prosperous people, would do well to call and examine tbe piemlaea before purcbsalng elsewhere. Tenna reasonable. ;tt K-- lf JOHN r. NTKODE. s g tbe grave. Mr. Reuben Gentry and Dr. R. W. Landis. Dr. J. M. Meyer haa had 11 cases of scarlet fever at his bouse daughters-in-law- , including daughters, grand children and darkies. A Kight-handeTHREE-HANDEd Having bought out S. II. Biiugliinan, wo will keep VALUABLE COAL LAND. on ItiiiHl u nice lot of Horses mid Uuggics, which wo Aa Executor ol R. M. Bradley, deed,, I will, In Laocaater, Ky., on SALE! iff ate s lfe(l SITIAIBIIalEI! -- wi -- ae WOMAN. and a little bethe same farm In Boyle county for 17 year, ha never seen a rallmad train and never ridden in a carriage. She Is about 60 years of age. It waa a very hind hand. She haa been on SIC TRANSIT MONDAY, DECEHHEK 18, '83, Expose for uli to the beat and blgheat bidder about 3SO Arrrt of valuable Coal Land, lylog Immediately upon tbe Knoxvllle branch of tbe Louisville t Nashville Ballroad, In Laurel county, Ky., embracing tbe land upon wblcb la alluated Fanlkner A McLean'e Mllla timber reserved. Tbe ale will be made on credit of 6 and 12 montba, bonda of eqnal Installment with good security, bearing 6 percent. Intereat from day of sale until paid, required of purchaser, and a lien retained. IV. O. mtAIM.KY. will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. Wo are also in ' from this standpoint. Considerable preparation had been made to watch the crossing from tbe several observatories but not a glimpse. But "behind the cl it would Jut break my heart if I bad to As viewed And will swap for all kinds of Peed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. wuw.NEM.JSi:, BTAS?oDkv. Eespeotfully, TIIEl COAL TRADE., bear that thing igain. PUBLICSALE ImiMl, MONDAY, At the Conrl-IIou- ae B. K. WEAREN, IundertakerV 15D UNITED STATE. Tbe groom is Mr. Stiles Maxwell, of this county, aged about 68, a grandfather and one of the proprietor ot tbe Maxwell nothing else but surings and he takes a maiden nl 37 Summers, or, som'eres along there, Mis Moore of Lexington, Ky The Blake Jewelry robber is said to be the handsomest thief in tbe country. He is expected SKIT ADVKUTISIBKSTK. Bank Stock, Ac. st Spring. It waa too-to- o gloomy with Aa Executor of J. O. Owaley, deed., we will sell public sudu on, on DECEMBER 18, 1882, Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFORD, U as Just received a full line of Tarlor Sultea, Chamber Suites, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash Standi, best Cotton Mattreasos, Lamp 8tands,Corner Brackets, Cent e Tables, Kxtenslon Tables, Eilenilon Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, Ae. I alao keep constantly on hand A lull line ol Ilobes, Shronds, Coffins snd Caskets. yard-Mic- k par moon-hlne- r. n POCKET-BOO- K LOST! laat Saturday night. It I loit my pocket-too- k contained about eI. In money and a number of vsluabl papers The finder will confer a great pipera to me, and no ques firor by returning the102-1t tions win ueaiteu. door In Danville, Ky., 93 Acres of Lssd, altuata on the l'anvllle snd Stan-lor- d turnpike nmd, 2 miles from Danville, adjoining lteuben Gentry, J. W. Guest and Weatley tinitth. J. W. Gueat. Kiq , will point out the boundary line to parties wlahlng to look st tbe land. Alao at the asme time and place, will sell ten (10) chares of stock in the Central National Bank of Danville. door Also at tbe Court-Hou- se InStanford.on MONDAY, JAN. 1, (8S3, (County Court davl 17 8hareaof atock In the Farmers Ns- tlonsl Bank of tiianfjrd, Ky, Terms made known ou pay or aaie. JAS'OII UIJKNT, 1 t,r- W-- 2l J. II. UWNLKY, 1 CONFECTIONERY AMD ! I also keep on hand tbe celebrated Biyd Burglar Proof Grave Vault, guaranteed to be perfect pro tectlon from verinlne, ground borcs.gophers, dampness and burglara. I sell st figures that cannot be beaten, Call and aee rue. Orders by telegraph promptly attrnded to fe laVetfBflVsBBHSS&SBSEMSBflBstBBBBBBBBBBn hand-som- IESlNrT'- - rasslfcigjjHgjBjBjgjsjsjMvHl!snBUtfHHajH BAKERY! STANFORD. stone-fron- t, I ofler tor rent the property now occupied by Capt. Thomai Itlcbarda, on Lancaster atreet, from January lit. Cation or add reta moat Stanford. IW-T. T. IIAV1ENH. ... - KENTUCKY t. Post-offic- Post-road- s NOTICE C. ! J. T. IIAKKIS -- KEEPS THE E. P. OWSLEY Has Juat Opened a Pino Stook of Consisting of Also, a Nioo Lino of y them-aelve- slore-room- All persons hating clilma agalntt the estate of I Harris, need., win preaent mam 10 me, prop- And sells si I kinds of Cakes snd Bread. Oysters erly proven, at the Farruera National Bank, (Stansnd Fish served st sit hours. 11 keeps ford. All indebted to lb atate are requested to Mills at once, "JTlto 102-J. B. OITHLEY, Admr. Ever to town for th accommodation of both ladles 86 Mrs. Kate Dndderai, and gentlemen. All be siks is a call. Lancaster atreet, MILLINERY ONLY BAKEHY IN STANFORD, Fluent Confectionery BRAND NEW. GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. I am opening daily a Full lino of the Boat Goods in tho Market, to be sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. TIM W-- HIGGINS. Salesman. SUuford, Kentucky, la dally receiving new and beiutlful Millinery Goods of every description every thing of tb latSTANFOIID, KY. est style, and do Udy who Intends buying anything In ber line abould fill to oil on ber- - rrlcea low as tbe lowwt. hhe la thanklul tor pait fa-- v i Full Corps rs snd hopes lor their contlousnre. Mr. Motile With Mantua-Makin- g departMyers baa chaige ol th ment which la aufflclent guarante that hercua-tome- ra This Institution will open tta Thirteenth Session 8Mf will find no cauaa tor complaint. on tbe 2d Mondsy In September next. Stanford Female College. a of Teachers, CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS & PUBLIC QJ , SALE , ! ALL THE BBANCHE8 OF A one-hal- f, tula-tal- An taught, a well a Aa the earanillte appointed for that purpose by the CttyCouoeil.ws Mill on SATURDAY, Utti MUBIO, THE IiANOUAQES, DBA.W-IN- Q 9. IS!, at 1 o'clock r. u. beion tli Courl-IIouAND PAINTINQ. door In Htanfurd sell to the highest bidder two iwnus oi ins lown hi eianiora o ffjut esca, will bearing 0 per cent, per annum, which be paid annua ly; said Bonds to h redeemed s tbeoptlonif thsCtty Couucll within ten year Id Tuition, prices range from I2S to ISO In tb front tb data of their tuuo. regular Departments. Frlmary, ltt; Intermedial 1 M. U. NEVUS, & I'tee. HO; PreparaUuy, f 10, and Collegiate, K0. BONDS OF TOWN OF STANFORD. THOBOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE TERMS MODERATE. For full partlculara, as to Board, Ae.. address HKN. N. J. TKUKIIKAKT, lTluclim., Hanford, Lincoln Co.. Kr. We Hi -- DEALER imaavs IN- - PUBLICor SALE!! PERSONAL PROPERTY I wilt offer st publlo sat to tb highest Udder at lay (arm lo aukurba of Huitonv tile, Ky., on Shelf Hardware, Iron, SHAFTS, CORN SHELXERS, HOUSE SIIOEN, HOUSE SHOE NAILS, WM. DAUGHERTY tJucceeeot to Dsugberty A 11yds, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Kims, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1882, KTANFOIID, - KENTUCKY, : lt 10 head Th following personal property, gwl Horses sud Msies. i Mo. 1 milk Cowi, 1 joke work riteeri. I x.hors Wsgon snd llarueu, 2 buggy Poles and aet ol Double Ilarnen, a Ko 1 bkel-Ho- n Wagon and llarnei. Kariutog Iiupleiueuta, lloutebold and Kitchen Furniture, Ac. Terua mad known on day of sal. MmuriCTuaixj or Fine Carriages, Buggies, IM.lt IMr,NIIARl. re-u- lt having teen aold, we ar comOur ators-roopelled la rloM out our stock of good by January I, offer our and lo order to do o, w will from II embrace aottraatockatcoat. AT COST! CLOSE OUT ! I Stoves,Tinware. Fruit Jars Groceries, alt.. Xjiiiie., QUEENSWAItE, OLASSWAKE, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, Comont, &o. Also THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF "TEL KINDS. Carriages of sll descriptions, WtuanuCactur workmen snd using luiploylug oulr Srst-cla- u pisien.it snu ru t ouiy orai-ei- s style, workmanship and material cun.ld-- I. oirur WM. UAUU1IKKTY, (Ii) And tho Grorerlei, Vrv (lootlt, Kotlon,lolh' Inu, Hoot, (thorn, And In fact everything usually kept loafirat-ela- a couutry stor. Ihey wr bought owandwscto ouVr thut at price that will uluolih lb nailf a Com early and get Ant choice 1 C5KNUINE OlalVlSlt CHirfcElrisOW. Roofing, (tatter- -- camp-meetin- g J. J TurncnrlU, Ky, W. BULKY, itwi"ji None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. ing, &c, done on ihort notice. T. M. JOHNSTON, SaloBinon. DAVID WKINNEK, h Stii-Mctli- ls $nitrior$ournaI ICJT. 8, 1882 "What man, for, ninrra?" cried tho poor I .tr.ns nr nra.it a. Peter tho Great was tho first to admit Jows into Russia. Thoy emigrated to that country in largo numbers, and at first were treated fairly. Christian prejudico was soon aroused, and in 1743 tho Empress Elizabeth expelled 03,000. Thoy wore readmitted by the Emprosrf Catherine, Until tho timo of tho Emperor Aloxandcr L, in whom thoy found a friend, thoy wero held in tho most abject condition, and denied all tho moro important privileges of citizens, Aloxandcr granted them full lilierty of trado and commerce. But tho decrees of Alexander wero canceled by his successor, Nicholas, and ainco liat timo, in spito of tho schemo of 1835, which contemplated the improvement of their condition, and tho extension of their liberties, and occasional and intermittent favors of a subsequent dato, tho Jows havo had a hard fato in Russia. In Poland they found a homo at a much earlier date. As early as tho fourteenth century thoy wero in high favor at court, a Jowioh maiden of great beauty having won tho affections of Casimir tho Great, and for many years tho wholo trade of tho country was in their hands. In tho seventeenth and eighteenth centuries thoy had fallen into disfavor, and thoy gradually sank into a condition of deplorablo ignorance and most abject poverty. To ibis day tho Polish Jow, in spito of admitted improvement in lato years, is tho meanest in Europe, ono of tho most wretched specimens of existing humanity. Up to tho timo of Nicholas, Jews wero not allowed to possess land, to givo evidenco In civil suits, to havo synagogues, or to inhabit tho holy cities' of Kiow and Muscow. They wero obliged to wear a particular dress so that their nationality could not be mistaken, and out of every Jewish family ono child was always taken by tho stato to bo educated as a Christian at his parents' cost. Somo of their disabilities have since been removed. Tho Jow has his syna gogue, his schools, his municipal privi leges, and ho is allowed to celebrate tho festivals of bis church with publio displays. Bnt ho is not yet in tho enjoyment of equal righto with tho nativo population around him. Ho holds no land, but ho trades, and trades successs fully, and it is estimated that of tho trado of tho Southern states and d at least of that in tho North is in Jewish hands. UOirJAYOOVIM WAS lXXBltriBITBD. Jay Gould has tho reputation of being tho hardest man in the country to inter view. Ho has probably not forgotten his experience in Denver somo years ago. no camo hero on important business, and secreted himself in a room at the Alvord House. All attempts of tho re. porters to reach him proved futile, till at lost tho city editor of the Tribune, disguised in the coat and cap of a Pull man car conductor, contrived to run tho gantlet of tho nnmerous lackeys that guarded the approaches to tho railway maguato s apartment Gould was en. gaged in close conversation with his bo. licitor, Jndgo Usher, when tho city " Who tho editor made his appearance, d 1 aro you?" demanded Gould. am a reporter," was tho reply, "and I havo como to get certain news of you that you nlono can give. You have not asked mo to tako a chair, so I'm going to And with that sit right down hero tho city editor dropped himself plump upon tho floor and pulled out his note, book. Gould exploded his wrath in a oaths, but it was of no few use. " I am a bigger man than yon aro, Mr. Gould," explained the nowspapor man, "and, if you try to put mo out, you and I will have a fight right here." The consummate cheek of the man fairly fascinated Gould. In tho moantimo, Judgo Usher was leaning back in his choir, convulsed with laughter. Ho had known tho newspaper man for years, two-thirdone-thir- " The littlo busy bee "wMotiee wed In a naval fight in the MotWicrnawn. A smaH vessel, which was suspected of man-of-wa- r, ntitrrx off nr akks, BTANFOBD, Friday Morning, December Villi JjhVl'Ulti:. "A lecture, ch? "said Donoon Hob-eom lio elooil etitrnneed bci"oro ILe bulletin bonnl of Ibo Stnb Mountain Ly. connt. ' And tipoii tho Righto of Wom ui ? ' Well, I wnn I Mr. Hobson, to hear it, an' I aho'll bo nhouiJn't wonder, it .Tomimy Ann set np her (Under, sho'il go into tbo bar-calGala is always racin after orory now idea And p'raps it' a good thing to stir us country folks up n ronsin good lecturo onco in a while. Tickets 25 cents. Wol, 111 think nbout It." "A lecturo? said Dr. Briggs, tho newly fledged M. D., who had just hung sign; out his glittering "and respecting woman's righto? I cannot say that I approve of tho subject; liko myself must show constable bnt a himself in public, and thero aro so fow Tho landlord was vaguely considering opportunities in Stub Mountain. Upon in his own mind whether it was beat to tho wholo, I think that I will tako a go under tho counter, oscApo by tho ticket." back window or scizo his grandfather's "Woman's rights?" said old Mrs. rusty musket from tho iron hook whero Mix, who was always tormenting tho it hung above tho cldmnoy pioce, and Selectmen for tho privilege of franchise, defy tbo wholo party then and Uicro, on 'election day, and who went out to when n merciful Providonco interfered gather her own hay, in harvest timo, in his behalf, Tho depot hack rumbled with a man's boots and rather moro than up to tho door, and out stepped a tall, a man's strength. "I'm powerful glad pretty young woman with deep blno eyes on't! Tho subject needs agitation inn and bronzo-brow- n hair, a French gray placo liko this, whoro thero's wus than travoling dress and a marvclously comEgyptian darkness. I'll go if it costs posed manner. mo a wholo wook's butter money " " Mary Smith I " said sho to tho land-lorAnd thus, in various styles from vari' 'Aro my rooms ready ? I lecture ous motives, tho Stab Mountaineers hero in tho lyceum." commented on and approved of tho lect-ur- o "Novcr was so glad to soo nobody in which was to bo delivered nt tho my born days," croaked tho landlord. lyceum on that Wednesday evening. "Yes, tho rooms is ready ; but your husSquiro Dooley stroked his long beard band, bo's out on tho green, and your ss ho chocked his gray pony beforo tho mothor's hero to forbid the villago storo. banses, and your pardnor and suppose my girls will insist on sho's been swindled, and " going," said ho; "but thero aro so few "It's Bomo mistake," saidMiss Smith, things going on at Stub Mountain that in her clear, incisive voice. " havo no it seems a pity to deny them a littlo rec- husband. My mother has been dead reation." seven years, and a partner is a luxury And tho landlord of tho Stnb Mountain in which I havo never indulged myhotel chuckled. self." "It was an ill wind that blew good to "This ain't my daughter 1" said tho nobody," he said, "and any popular sen- starched female. " My Mary Smith has sation was good for business." rod hair, and she stutters." Upon tho This was on Tuesday. " Quito a different sort of person from Wednesday morning a stent gentleman my partner," said tho lady with tho red in a chaise drew up to tho hotel and shawl. strutted up to tho bar, with a very rubi"And my wifo weighs 200 pounds, cund faco and littlo, fiery eyes. and she wears the Bloomer costume," "Mary Smith lectures hero unwillingly confessed tho stout person, aid he. who had by this timo como in from tho guess on'ro about right thero, green, and was standing storing in tho Squire," said tho landlord, feeling in his doorway. pocket for tho bundle- of tickets which Tho landlord heaved a mighty sigh of the lyceum proprietor hod authorized relief. him to sell. "A pop'lar subject, too. "Wal," said ho, "I don't sco but You can read all about it on tho bulletin that tho lectur' may go on, after all." Tho threo discontented spirits vanboard out there, forbid it 1" said tho stout gentle- ished. Miss Smith retreated to her man, growing redder and more apoplec- room, and the landlord breathed freely tic with every moment again. "Land o' Goshonl" vjaculatod (ho But in tho afternoon train from Boslandlord. ton a young man in tho undress uniform "She is my wife," said tho stranger. of a naval officer, came unexpectedly "My name is Smith Zerubbabel Smith upon tho scene and I won't bo disgraced by any of "Is this tho place whero Mary Smith this public-lecturinonsense." ho asked of tho land lectures "Yes, I know," said tho landlord; lord. "bnt I don't b'liovo tho law will uphold "I beliovo so," said that worthy, yo in it, Squire, arter the tickets ore secretly wondering if there wero any sold more relations to object, " Ef you wont " Hang tho law I " shouted Mr. Zerub- to speak to her, thero sho is out in tho babel Smith, bringing his glovod fist bock gurding, reading poetry under tho down among the glasses with a bang. pear trocs." don't care two straws for the law I "Polly," said the young officer, lean My wifo is my wifo, and won't havo her ing over tho pretty, French gray shoul making a Merry Andrew of herself hero der. or anywhere also When do yon expect hear you," Baid Miss Smith, turn ing over a leaf and protending not to be y'Tbe room was engaged from 12 aware of tho pink flush which was overo'clock," faltered tho landlord ; spreading her chock. "Very well," roared tho "Aro you really determined to go on man, " I'll just go and stroll around tho with this g tour?" ho villago, and you lot mo know when sho asked, quietly. arrives-7-d'yhoar?" "Why shouldn't! ?" Mr. Zerubbabel Smith 'had hardly Miss Smith. betaken himself to the shadow of tho "Because I don't liko it, Polly." old elms on tho villago green, when an "You quarreled with mo," said Mary. elderly woman of a starched appear" I beg pardon," said tho young offi ance camo in, with a striped carpet-ba- g cer, "you quarreled with mo I " on ono arm, and carrying a gingham "Do you really caro?" said Mary umbrella in tho other hand. Smith, molting into softness. " Is this the Stub Mountain Lyceum?" " I caro moro than you will over said she, primly. know I " ho answered, fervently. " Polly, "No, inarm 1" said tho landlord. I love you I And as for women's rights, "This 'ere's the tavern. Tho lyceum you shall havo every right you wish, if ain't open till 8 o'clock. Want to buy only you'll give up this lecturing busitickets for tho lecturo ? " ness and marry mo I " "Certainly notl" said tho elderly Sho Broiled hesitated visibly yieldfemale, ed. " P'raps you'd liko to engago a room," " But I'vo mado tho engagement." said the landlord, with a glance at tho "Break it, then," said tho officer. carpet-ba" Tho clergyman lives just across tho "Nothing of the sort!" said tho lady. green I hod his houso pointed out to Tho font of tho landlord's imagination mo. Lot's go thero this very minute was hopelessly drained dry by this timo. and get married " He said nothing more, but stared hard Mary Smith laughed and blushed, at tho starched female. and burst into tears, and finally put her "I wish to soo Miss Smith," Baid sho, hand into that of tho naval officer. abruptly. "Havo it your own way," said she. "Eh?" Baid the landlord. " But I don't know what tho publio will 'The lecturer on Women's Righto," Bay." with a little grimace at tho words, as if "Henceforward," said Capt, Lacy, they had a bitter taste. " I am to be your public, And my ver"Bho ain't arriv'yet," said tho land- dict is entirely in your favor." lord. Bo there, was no lecture in tho Stub " I do not intend to allow this outrago Mountain Lyceum that night. And tho on publio taste 1" said the lady, vehestout man went homo, whero ho found mently, his wifo and mother-in-lain a great " Marm ?" said the landlord. rage, the starched female proceeded to am Miss Smith's mother 1" the nearest and tho curly "Be you?" gasped mine host. ballad-singe- r composed a now song "And hero I Bet uutil sho presents called "Lovo's Triumph," founded on herself," said Mrs. Smith, depositing tho incident from real life-- which hod herself on the nearest chair, and clasping just transpired. both hand firmly over tho umbrella-luHidl"After all," Bald tho bride, "Smith is an awkward name. And I'm glad I'vo Tho landlord looked fcobly at her, and changed it to Lacy," almost withinjho same second in hurried lady, with curls, a short, No matter how shattered the ilem may jewelry, bangles and a scarlet shawl, while a shabby black-silskirt trailed be froniexceaaeeofany kind, the Great fler- man Invlgorator will secure health and hap. it flounces over the dusty floor. "Landlord," said sho, "tako down plneM. See admtiteuient, for sale by Penny A McAlister, Stanford. those ikxU'M at ouoo 1 n. ld said tho curly fair ono; "downright swindling I Wo sro partners, and Miss Smith is to lecturo nowhere unless I sing ballads in tho intermissions. It's shs.ro and share nliko in tho profits and tho expenses, and I won't bo cheated I And so yon may tell her, landlord " Iho landlord smote his forehead in despair, "Bolgoln'cmy?" ho said, "or is tho wholo 'varsal world ngeof Miss Smith ain't hero, nor Mary Smith ain't, nor Mrs, Smith, nor nono of tho Smiths, as I know of I " "Landlord," said' tho curly lady, screwing up her thin lips, "yon aro in the conspiracy against mo I " Tho landlord uttered a groan, wish to goodness I'd novcr heard of tho wholo thing," said ho. " But if thero's law and justice in tho land, I'll havo my rights I" screamed tho excited lady. "I'll telegraph to Boston to a lawyer. I'll havo up tho " It's swindling ' C.O NOUTII VIA LOUISVILLE t ROBBED llrrtfcur, ThoananJtftf grsres sre annuslly roblwl of their victims, Use prolnngrli happiness and hrslth restored by nre of the great I rilUIICH MltSCTOKI. ' "I now-com- cr I'll" Attn Titt belonging to pirates, was chased by a Turkish on Iward of which & MISSISSIPPI R. W. wero COO seamen and toldicr. As soon s tho camo np to the priva0 3 DAILY TRAINS teer, several hundred men wero sent in imall boats to take possession of her. Vhcn tho small boats got alongsido tho THE EAST AND KORTII, privateer, the latter's crow mounted tho rigging, talcing with them a dozen hives Fret) Parlor Can and New Day Coaches Without Change, 3f bees, which they had stolen to sell 4 4 At tho word of Dn tho Italian coast DAILY TRAINS sommand the bees were thrown Into tho XiOII.M l)oato among tho Turks. Tho terriblo IdOIliNVllIc AND TUB WEST. timo that followed was beyond description. Somo of the soldiers jumped Bleeping Can and Day Coathea lo St, Louis Without Change. jvcrlxmrd to cscapo tho furious insects, 2 2 uid in tho excitement tho privateer esDAILY TRAINS caped, Tho sceno was witnessed from LonlsTille to Intllanapelb, Chicago, tho deck of an approaching EngUsb AND TUE NORTH ihip, which picked up two of tho TurkDay Coaches and llecllnlng Chair Cars Through ish boats. Without Ohsnge. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally For Wnntilngton, Rnltlmnre, IMillmlrl ptilis. Wen York strut Hoaton, It acts directly upon the blood and the mu cous surfaces of tlie system. Price, 75c. This Is the Very Ileal Koute, as You Have No Change of Train. For sale by Penny A McAlister, Stanford. Hate Throigh Say Cosebet en All Trains t If Catarrh has destroyed your eenee of smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will Uare No Midnight Change I cure you, 75 cents per bottle. Druggista Arrive at fit. Louis t Hoars la Ad'aite f ell it Other Liars, thertby securing more time lar man-of-w- GERMAN mVIGORATOR Loulsvillo to Cincinnati! Which positively and permanently r tires Ilium-tftir- ut (causel hy exceoeaelany klnd.t Arm-rend alldlsea-e- a that follow sequence of ttelf.Abus as loss of tnergr, ImcI mtniMff. nalveresl lanltuJe. nsin In the bsck. , and many dlmnrsa of vision, premature old other dlvrares that lead lo ronsumptlon and a pre- ls w renu tor rirruiars wun maturegrare. free by mill. The IA fllIHtATOIt lor l br til Is told at II per Imx, or six bote druulsls,nrwlllb tent free by mall, seeunly KSlr.1, 00 receipt if price, by s.Mrlng Sole sgent II. Morrison, METHODIST, every Sunday morning and nltnteirept ibe ihlnl l"rayer Merllng eviry Thursday nltht. Bundsy School at f 00 A. at. The WoItev II I. Motrlwin. Superintendent. men's Missionary Society meets her on Ihe lit CODTII.-ll- xv. ( Monday In each month, at 8 o'tlnck, Mrs. T. T. Ilsvlres, Pieeident t. 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It wlllnlwsys beth aim ol the publiihert lo roak Harper Weekly the most popular and family ntvspaper In the wotld, OPERA HOUSE, 8TANKOIID. KY W. T. WALTON, lleasonsbl rale Proprlotor. Address 8loflag,2i80. HlihteohWelesefiol Scenery Seeling eapsrlty, Including gallery. 400. as sieve. to good attractions. IIAIIIKH'M $100 nEWARD Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't making change of cars and getting first choice of seats In cars of connecting line. Harp r'a Weekly.. .. II 00 4 OO Ilarjver's Msgasln llarper'a llassr .400 .10 M Tk Tiiaaa alius publlntlons ... Any Twoobov nsine.1 .700 I 60 . . Ilsrper't Young lople..... .. I Hsrper't Msgsslne, BOO Harper' Young People. I Huir'Fnnkllntfiuara Library. one year. Ol (52 numbers) . .10 Postage Ire lo all evhtcrlben In the United or Canada. Slates ran Yaat. PKUIODICAI.S, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DKPOT BT.STANFOIiD, .. KY., a. 0. WINE. DKiLaam Mnnumenls, lleadstonee, Tsblels, Ae, be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. 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I NcniMVcckly Inferior Jeurnal Its wonderful curative power is simply became it purifies and enriches the blood, thus beginning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives out all disease. A The North, Northwest and West. In fact, If yon roa oca rasa coot m plate a trip In any direction, your Interval will be beet served by purchasing your tickets via-- THREE DOIXARSArirTY CENTS K. C. and Cincinnati. 3 Trains ach war 3; full man I'alacetan; Elegant New Day Coachra, and And allow tb subscriber lo select, free of charce, handsomely furnished llecllnlng Chair Can lorm from the following choice list ol books : the unequaled equipments of this Old lulishls, thenby making a trip over this line one ol luxuTrillilaoit'a J'oriua. rious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE, IN EFFCOX OCT. 15, This preparation Is purely vegetable ami free from all ileletrrious nr dangerous autietanree, and II la atnlnte.y rertalii to tiling all hinds nrovems front the human sritem II Is nsusealtnc to thommt delicate sloniarh and children wilt take tt as reality as Iher sv 1 m tamMe, wtn h ihould recommend It to every housekeeper riarevita apply It with safety and epe.rabne' rvee happy face andJoyoossptrUa will iincon tally esprewa the sgntitlt'le of the litt ones. It Is lit enff eai-eelilt klllrr that la tleaie,nl to take twentyon In nre vltla. and sol ty jealen at LnuurLovLnwiruuL nt mifw rn 1M3. No. 4. Tlie Arabian .Vtfi'a. Tiei Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Baltimore, Md., MT ;, 1IS0. Mr health wat much stuttered by South. Lve. Covington No.O. 40 10 50 11 50 12 13 No. 4. "I . Rheumatism when I commenced taking llrown't Iron Bitten, ami 1 scarcely had strength enoush to attend to my daily household' duties. I am now using the third bottle and 1 am regaining strength daily, and 1 cheerfully recommend It to slL 1 cannot say too much in praise of it. Mrs. Mul E. Hkaihsai, 171 Preitmanst. Kidney Disease Cured. Christianaburg, Va., 1M1. Suffering from UUncy disease, from which 1 could get no relief, I tried llrown't Iron llittcrs, which cured me completely. A child o( nine, recovering from scarlet fever, had no appetite and did not seem to be able to cat at all. I gave him Iron llittcrs with the happicel results. - "I and" J. Kvls Moniacvs. Heart Disease. Vine St., iiarritburg. Pa. Dec. , tsli. After trying different physicians and many remedies for palpitation of the heart without receiving any benefit, I wasadvuedtotryllrown a Iron Hitters. I have used two bottles and never found anything that gave me so moch relief. Mrs. JiKXia litis. "I ng 1 and" Tor the peculiar troubles to which Brown' Iron ladies areubjcC Bitters is'invaluible. Try it. well-select- 80 sure and get the Genuine. "I I 1 h0" "I Harper's Young People! AX ILLVSTRATEO l'auen-Huitet- tto "bnt" rod-face- d and fully appreciated tho fact that he would stay till ho got what ho camo for Well, Gould put his hand over his mouth, with ono finger stretched up alongside his hooked nose, and, looking all tho timo straight into the city editor's eyes, he commenced to talk. And ho kept on talking until enough information had been secured. Denver 7WA- ailOVMM OF riSIIKH IX UAIX, During tho rains of 1801, 1 was residing at Arrah, in a largo houso with a fiat roof, and during a heavy Bhbwer tho cry was raised by my servants that fish were falling from heaven, 1 rushed out and found tho compound (courtyard) strewn with small dead fish, from two to threo inches in length ; while from the roof two or throe bucketfuls were procured. Whenco camo tho fish ? Undoubtedly from the sky ; but how thoy got there run not prepared to state, unless thoy may havo been carried into the air from their nativo clement by a waterspout. Arrah isituatod ioJUio corner whero tho Bono enters tho Ganges, and ia about seven miles from cither river the only possible source of tbo fish. Tho second fall occurred fourjycars aftor at Patna, which is about ono or two miles from tho Ganges, and also during tho rains. On starting on my rounds one morning, I drove over a bridgo, crossing a then-drDuring my absence a heavy rain fell, and on my returning se full and a home I found tho water-cocrowd of natives shoveling out quantities of tho samo small fish, all dead. Another curious fact relating to fishes. On ono occasion, while stationed at Arrah, I camo across a specimen of the climbing icrch (Auabaa tcandem) struggling along tho road at least half a milo from tho Bono, to which I had it transferred, alivo and vigorous. It may have embarked on that strange journey to spawu leaving its eggs in a road-eidditch ; but then a difficulty arises in its being alono. Chamber' Journal. y water-course. u o public-lecturin- WEEKLY-1- 0 iloss anil Girl from O to 10 year of age. o VOL. IV COMMENCES NOVEMBER 7, 1182 The Youne IYoola his ben from lh first suc New York Evening cessful beyond anticipation. to which It steadily aaneres tnst, nsnieiy, 01 aappianimg tun vicioua papers for the young with a paper more attractive, I Boston Journal. well aa mom wholenome. Par neetneea. elegance of enirravl na: and contents eenemiy, 11 is unsurpassed uy any truncation the kind yet brought to our notice. (Pittsburgh S00 am 2 M p m 1 00 pin with 3P0 lllkitntlons. m 4 10 p m 9 IS pin lOCnpiu am Eatt .Kline, by Mrs. Ilrnry W00.I a m 5 43 p m IOS7pm " I'arls IVtuior-'- a Almanac for 1NM.7. pm It 20 piu Arr. Leilngton.M. The kirlm tamtlu Hobhmoit. 130 pn II 13 put Lve. Leilngton A Treatlme an thn Home mul S 20 p m It 10 siu Arr. Winchester. 111 ! by Dr II I. Kendall Ml. Sterling... sMpn 12 43 am 7 21 p nr Ashland.- WllkleCoIllns. The Woman hi TSsam S 09 p m Huntington.. the Illitorvofby SirMntiilotn of Ireland. No.o. Mo. I. No.S. NoaTH. Walter Scott ll'arerlu, .1 llrare l.atlu, by MluMulork Lva. Huntington. 11 Aihland Thelllble lUctlonary. " Ml. Sterling., 11 is a in I10IB IsitlU Andleu' Seeret, by Mis Ilreddon " Winchester 12 21 p m S 10 a in I.TIS!, Call 00 or addrwi "W. V. 1 IS p m 7 M a m Arr. Lexington . Editor Inletlor Journal, Stanford, ky 7 il a m Soopm Lve. Ixington. 2 00 p m S 0pm " I'srls. . IMpD 4 Usn " Cjnthlsna 1Mpm Falmouth.. .. 4 10 r m 10 IJ a m SCSpm 43 p ml 11 33 a to 6Mptn Arr. Covlngioa.u t ilAYSVILLE DIVISION. No. 9 Lv. Lexington a put. Arr. alsjs vllles 10pm Cures Coughs. Coldn. Croup, BronNo. 10 " Maravllla 6 ou am. Lexington 23am li cod The circulation of thli popular nwip-.p- r I'arls S 20 a m. " Mavsvllle a Warn itaotly tfrrrt1n(. It ronuloi all lh lfallit chitis, Laryngitis, Hacking. SpasNo. It modic, Chronio and Whooping No.12 " Maysvllle 100pm " Lcslngloot 3pm I Coughs, Horo Httalrnafifa Th Throat. Soro Chost, No. runs daily, and haa daycoachta from CinCongested Iiuog8,lnllamod Xiungi, cinnati lo Washington. Pullmsn Hleepersto Ksna Embnc sielal dispalchr from all quarter ol Fnoumonia. wha Falls. W Va. sod Kecllnleg Chslr Car to Lextb glob. Under the bead ol J II. WATNO.V, sotlin ington. Stops onlj at atatloas on K. C. lull, 14 W IVsil Street, Clnclnnitl.O. AJiritlCAX XE1VH where time Is given. No. 2 runs dally, citcpl Sunday: baa through coscheeto llumlpeton. No. Areglven Ihe telegraphic dlspslehe ol tlie week from all parts of tbe Union, This feature alone 4 rune dally, except Hundev; haa througn eoachea lo Mt. Sterllog and parlor car to Maysvtlle. No. 5 mskesthTIIK WLEKLY IlEltALD the must Waahlng-toislusble chronicle In lb wnrld.ae It Is lbs cheaprunsdslly; has elegsntdaj coach from Pullmsn Hleeper from Kanawha Falls and en. Every wik Is given afilthlulreporlof narior can from Lexlneoa to ClaclnnatL Oolr POLITICAL XKWH, three slope. Noa. I and S tun dally, except Bun- dlipatch-- n aaj, ana nave snrougn coacnea irom stuotiogun Embracing complete and comprehensive Irom Washington, Including lull reports of tbe and ML Slerllnir. Direct connection at Lexington speechn ol eminent politicians on the questions with sttgea forltlchmond.Ky., Lawrenceburg.Ey., of tb hour, and Versailles, Kv. Till'. EAllH lEVAltTHIZT C. L. 11I10WN, U. W. BENDER, Oen'l Pats. A Tkt. AL Of the Weekly Hersld give Ihe latest as well as Superintendent. the moat practical sticgeeilons snd discoveries reUeneral office, CovlDgton, Ky, ining to the duly of the larturr. hints for ralalog rattle, poultry, grain, Irres, vegetables, Ac , Ac , 13 BECOMHENPED BY ntYSICIAIia. with stifgeeUobs lor keeping building and farming utensils In repair This Is supplemented by a well edited department, widely topled, under Ihe Catarrh of tho Nasal Cavity Chronio ana head of of the Ulcerntlvel Catsrftt U4TEHN Car, Cyo or &, ALLY, nnd Tin: Throat. It Is taken Blood (living recipes for nncllcal d libra, hints rur tusknets DIRECTLY upon the8ytm. and It Mticous Surfnooa of tho ing clothing snd for keening up with Ihe Meet 11 tho host Dlood Purifier In tho fashions at Ibe lowest price. Lvery Item ol cookWOSLD, and Is worth ALL that Is ing or economy suggested In this drparttnenl Is charaod for It, for THAT alono. radically tested by expert before publication, v 1 a'liin elters from our Psrls sod London correspondents Horn Departon the very Istest bunions Tb cure for In effect Nor. 24, 1MJ. ment of the Weekly Henld will aaveth housewife more tbsti so hundred limes the price ol the psper. The Inlsre.U of And wo offer One) Hundred Dollars tor any CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. It will not Ouro. Oneo tin Expedition, by Lieut. Dsnenhowtr. Oeorg Hist. 7ifl Jttllanthr IVood'H Xntural lltmtorv for How, Xarrattre nfthr Jeanettc A rt' cents Try bottle CO. Manuractored by C t'UOOHK omn, too JTnlii Mficef. x.wMteWlle, Kis. For stls In Stanlord by Pcnar A 7,by McALlsraa. " Falmouth.. Cjnthtion lapn lllpu itipa llOin HSin iUpn Vttae, lit liffe,ty ltm lllsm N. Y. Weekly Herald roiiEiax m:us HALL'S IATARiRB Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific iiajiE, Railway. r 1 lamina o?i.ibiijIbi t issa mm catarrh to Ithssadlstlntt v. purpose, tisietie. .1180 Sloil numbers, four cents each 6 peclmen copy sent on receipt of tnree cent. Tha vnlutneaof lfarner'i Younff Peonle for 16S1 snd ISS2, handsomely bound In Illuminated cloth, will be sent by nil), postsxa prepaid, on receipt of cents; IS each, uoverror lounr teop.e tor ions, postage IS cents additional. monlteujlltancee should IxniaJe by pott-offiey order ordrtlt, to avoid chance of lota. Address BROTH F.KN, New York. 1IAKPKK postage prepaid UarpetsYoung People, per year. TIEJKMSl , aoUTUBOvaD. Are looked alter, and everything telatlng to WILL CLKi: ANY CAHl and labor saving Is carefully recorded. NolTNoS No J ( OfUcu of A. T BrawinT Co.! Lex. Nlgt Accoiu Mall There Is a psge devoted lo all lb Islest phase of Cnicioo, 111, J nno 4, ihstt, ( th buslncMbisrkets, crops, merchandise, Ae.a Ac ilruri. F J. CKmtitt Ol, JWfcli), O. Exp. Exp Pally sod STATION8. D'ly Dal- - Ei. Kin. A valuable feature Is found In tb specially rewrl-e- d UtHtltmrn -- I take idoasuru In luformlni; you KxM ly. M'nd'y Dly price and conditions ol iliat I Lata used Hall Catarrh Cure. It lis M" A.M P.M KM P. urol me I ivaa very Uvi and don't ticeluta to THE 1'JtOULCE MAIIKET. 4 33 I 43 23 8 401 Lve. Cloclnnst!.- -. Bportlog news at hotu aod abroad, together My'hntltwlllrureanyrataof Catarrtilf taken Yours truly, 03 II 03 properly. C4S II JS with a story every week, a sermon by sum emi" Georgetown..., J. 1) VTEaTncaroao. 7 10 12 00 SJ 1130 " Lexington....... nent divine, literary, musical, dramatic, personal 7 3S 12 20 NlchoTasvllle ... tYOIITII OlO A 1IOTTI.K. II 62 and sea note. Then I no psper In the world 7 37 12 47 E. McaitAT. Jack.tn, Hkh., wrttes Have ha! NolS 12 IV " H in Brlden. which contain so much nsws lustier every week " llarrodsburg Junct'i Ann 12 23 I 13 103 aath Weekly Hersld, which Is sent, psslsge free, "atarrhforiWyiora. Hall' Catarrh Cure curej 110 IVinddrrlt worth 3l0.C)a bottle, r iyyl3 37 123 143 gor one dollsr. You can subecrlbe at auy time. Dtnrllla S3 44 at '.5 rts ne-- bottlo. " Danville Junction.. El.o 12 20 Th J CHENEY & CO. . 123 dollar aNew York Herald In a weekly form, on "ltniifctiirrUau.lw.l.lbrr OHIO. 2 ' Honiertel year Address ..mH a.m 2 as :';... TOUUX), 140 wj Point l)urnsiJe... NEW YOIIK IlKltAI.D. M ....... 7 30 ' ICockwood 7 10 Broadway and Ann Btreel, New I otk. For sal In Slsufoid by Penny A JIcA lister. 823 7 43 614 Spring City 1013 8 20 ..... II S3 Bojce. 1023 9 43 810 Arr. Cbttanuoga.... OBTUaouD. No 4 I No 2 lNol4.No SKILLEIt I.Alltill of Onnrrh a. .... ....... ...... CHESIIPEU 01 RY. aive. I)oyce,... ......... ..... bprlcg Clly liockwood Chattanooga.. ............... . Acm P.M. P.M. P. M, A.M 613 3O0 7 30 630 810 7 43 710 a3 7 13 Kentucky's Route The enly line running East 11 11 Point llurpstde... (Somerset............ 79 tow lCi 8 41 2 13 l)tnvllla.......... NlcholtsTirie High llrlJfo.- -. Dsnvllle Junction.. Noll 811 Lax. 1 Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. -- llarrodsburg Juncl'n Exp. PULLMAN NEW BLEEPING CABS 1 1D A SOLID TEAIN faOM LeuUvlllc, CiHclHHHttHHdLex. IiiK.oh, 7 08 230 S03 788 2 63 624 Ueorgetown...., 623 7 40 10 23 Arr. Cincinnati ..... ALABAMA UUEVT bOUTHEKN. I Lve. Chattauooga..., " Attalla Dltuilngbsut... " Tuicalousa ..... Arr. Meridian.. .... Lv. Msridlso ' Tuscaloosa... " ll.rmlogbam. Islington . st; 4 11 840 6 64 630 1143 1210 163 2 02 2 too P.M. 413 810 633 210 313 8 23 8 48 It MPWCHANTonourNewPInn OCCLO For the MARKET CARDENEiT For tho CCCrC For tho PRIVATE FAMILY OCIwlOlcrown by "m0"!""00" our own n'm LHnuriLiiiij tV Ilsndeuino lllustrstcd MKHCHANTM, MENU VH r MH,HmmwM-SEEDS m SEEDS Catsloguo and Itural HegUler Fit HI! TO ALU YOUK HUHIN1M8 VAUUH FOH TltAUi: LIST. M A.M. 0O DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA M 313 683 1000 13 3 SO Iiy., WASHINGTON CITY, Costoecllng In aaue Arr. Chattanooga. VICK80UUU AND MEUIDIAN. , Lv. Meridian ... " Forest ............-.- Altaila.. 167 1121 260 EDWARD WILDER'S Never U1U t3 CUIO Feier and Anne, latermillent Fvr, Dumb Aju, Dyspepsia, User Omplslal, Indigasllen, C0I10 snd Flus. It will Curo Coili.snsii. Il Is a wfo Allsrsliv and Tenie, a mild and Delightful lavigorsnt tur Dslicsl Women, a powerful rvcupe-rualter the frame baa been debilitated and reduced by slckucsa, an excellent apiictlier, gives tone to the digestive orguns, ptvveaU Mslaria, brace up Ibe system, strviigUiOns Uio portul circulation and clean tho wholo animal ccououiy from tho aoodiot dlaeuao. Tbo allgbtcat attack ot lever may bo a j,relud to the worst, and tho remedy that would conquer It whilst it li yet in Its commencement, may be of no value when It it at IU lull development. Particularly la Ibis Uie case with reiaons around whom the Jtstlferoua Influence ot Mslsrltcllugi In theformol Dumb CMIIs, Brow Ague, Painful 8pls, nd Wssk 81omh. For tbe t'uro of all the abovo DUcasvi tbia prvaraUon stands uurlvalol, and its good and pernutunt effects are attested by thousands, aud It la recommended alike by tbo ablest medical men and the ministry. power and benefiTRY IT, all you that are afflicted, and be convinced 01 It wonderful cial effects. (80 "I deiet with Cut trains lor camp-meetin- g, istoxkt "srpris.. jr - Vlcksburg.......... Li. J,Tnn ' Brsodun . " Jackeon .......... Arr. Vlckburg... Brandon ........... . .. , ... . . . 10 20 12 60 .. ... ... ... ... Its 8 63 4 20 . The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan- - Arr. Meridian. VICKMBUUO. Lve. ' Delta Forest . ........ ........... ... ...... o. vine, jioneiK, All Virginia and Worth Carolina BHKKVEPl'Kr AND PACIFIC. 110 Vkkiturg,,........ , Z . Arr. Monroe.. Lve. over-dresse- d k 2 80 .... . Delta. X'OIUIB. 2 00 Vlcksburg. in. tl..i. mn. fiirll.r Information. aDblv to Arr. Jn baww.s nnAWI) 1 , your ueaesl ticket Oce, or address mssu. tu Oma aou urut Ttt.wa fMmi wvvi JUIin OVAlti I r. E. P. WILHON. O. K. and v. U'r.ClorlnnatLOhlo: (Jeul. bouthwettern Agent, P. AY Cln. Bou. Ify, iloclnnstl. O.i U. COLL-BBAThkbb have been 120,000 American S10 W. Mala sk, LoulavllU, Ky. (I. P- - A. A. U. H. K'y. Cbsttanora.Tnn. Vlcksburg. grapevines planted on tho Island of . P. A. V. A'M. H. W. V VlMSt, W. HM ITH. MIstiJUKV. MtflUIUE.tl.F A.'V-- , B. P. Usu'l Manager, Monte Oristo, rendered so famous by B'y, Monroe, La, ItUbiuOud, Virginia. Monro... ....... .......... .. .... ..... ..... ..... .... ... ... . ... 8 00 10 41 11 S3 1 44 4 43 11 30 6 80 7 80 - janiJl tnnai, - STOMACH BITTERS For Stale la Htimforil Dumas' novels, which are growing finely. ."! ly lonity Sc IvroAlUtor.