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STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER ll j- iitefio 12. 1882. rnorrssiOMAt, jwtfmuL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 103. lloitind comee Tho Henry County Ixal answers ' ' Horn it night, tho Governor ns followes Otis a kiss.; W. P. WALTON. Cdilor and Propnotor That's ell right, "In conversation with Governor T. P.. WALTON, Butiness Managir Blackburn tho other day, a reporter of I'litful wile On hU knte, tho Courier-Journ- al called his atten Hits and talks, PitbUnhnl Turnttiiy ami frlilnu'i tion to tho fact that Commonwealth's Weltlnf In. Attorney, C. J. Bronitoo, iritcided to BuJJeOjiUrl! AlVNUr. 8u.no test tho right of tho Governor to grant On his co'tX TPImw don't wn'l slsmpslnravm.nl of iut- - pardons in cases that havo not been jj. em I balrl 4 end Itoi ef scilpUon.nceplta nuke tlunr". itL sattv brought to trial. "Tho Governor?' ' tfolor re- lnominations not ovvr thrre tnts, plied that ho was gladof itand if it was , HmltMufS-8oI n4 ttkti, decidod adversely to the right ho bad Vaifi 'thwakT W Bat) Bo and Hit Pa Co to tho Etpol-tio- been exercising, it would savo him a IIihUdI rom ()utlnljhl "What was tho doctor at your groat deal of worry and troublo and Wont comeback no littlo responsibility in discriminahouso for this morning?" nikcd tho Till h' tight. grocery man. "I it your mn lick?" tion between a proper and improper A Breath of Fire. "No, ma Si worth two in tho hush. appeal. It would also givp hira , an Dr. L. 0. Woodman, of Paw Paw, opportunity of showing to tho peoplo It' pa that aint well. Ho ii having Michigan, contributes the following one troublo with his digestion. You of Kentucky tho absoluto necessity of interesting though incredible observamo, ho wont to tho Exposition with paying prosecuting attorneys a salary tion: I have a singular phenomenon mo, m guido, and that i enough to instead of a pcrcontago of tho fines. As tho law now stands thcro will bo in tho ihapo ot a young man living ruin any man's digestion. Pa is near and hero, that I havo studied with much lighted, and he said ho wanted me to unjuit interest, and I am satisfied that his go along and show hint things. Well, I innocent persons prosecuted who have peculiar power demonstrates that nover had to much fun tinco pa fell had no intention of violating tho law, and it is very proper that thcro should electricity is tho norvo forco beyond out of tho boat First, I mado liim His name is Win. Under jump clear acrou tho aisle, there bo some power to protect theso pooplo dispute. wood, aged 27 years, and his gilt is whero tho ituilcd tigers are, by tho from tho rapacity of so mo of tho Shy-loc- k proeccutors of tho State." Wo that of generating fire through tho fur place. I told him tho keeper wai glad tho Governor has deliverod medium of his breath, assisted by juat..coing along with totao meat to nro manipulations with his bands. Ho teed to animals, and when they himself to freely on this very impor will Uko any body's handkerchief, and smelted the went thoy jutt clawed tant suhiecL For his course inudeMv- pardons so imltscriminatclyliHltils hold it to his mouth, rub it vigorousthing?, Ho run againit a ihowcoso, ing his hands while breathing on and then wanted to go away. He county has vexed and disgusted our ly with traveled with a circus when citizens beyond measure. And now it, and immediately it bursts into laid he flames and burns until consumed. He he was young, and no one know tho it appear that in tho intensity of his he is will strip, and rinse out bis mouth amiability and s dangers of fooling around wild tho ravenous Corn- - thoroughly, wash his hands, and sub better than ho did. Well, you not willing that to the most rigid examination to would a died to sec pa thcro by tho monwealth's Attorneys should deal mit prccludo tho possibility of any humfurniture place, where they have got with his pets, although they are sub his breath blown beautiful bods and chain. Tbero was ject to tho controlling influences of bug, and then by vel- tho courts and the intervention of ju upon any paper or cloth, envelop it ono chair under a glass case, all in flame. He will, when out gunning vet, and a sign over it telling peoplo nts. Ho, they re all co corrupt and avaud without matches, desirous of a to keep their hands off. Pa asked mo aricious that ho can't trust them. But fire, lio down after collecting dry what tho tigu was, and I told him it be, the immaculate, infallible Govera- leaves, and by breathing on them saidladies aad gentlemen aro request- oralodo is just and merciful enough! to tho fire and then coolly take oil ifl the chairs nnd try them. deal with tho dainty violators. oftbe start ed to tit his wot stockings and dry them. It Pa climbed over the railing and whs law. His statement is a direct insult just going to sit down on tho glass to the judiciary, lommonwealth a At is impossible to persuade him to do it shuweato over tho chair, when ono of torneysaudthejuriosof the Statennd is moro than twico in a day, and tho efexthe walk around fellows with polico as ridiculously absurd asanythingcould fort is attendant with the most treme exhaustion. He will sink into be. In the first place, Commonhats took him by tho collar and back over the railing, and was wealth's Attorneys got nothing, for a chair after doing it, and on ono occasion, after ho had a newspaper on fire going to kick pa's pants. Pa was mad prosecutinglfclonlcs or any other case his coat collar pulled up over where lhcria not a Goo imposed. Aad as narrated, I placed my hand on his tohave billhead, and havo tho ict of his coat yet how many murderer! and thieves head and discovered hU sealp to be spoiled, anil ho was going to saes tho hnvo gono scot freo under his pnrdons violently twitcbing as if under intense He will do it any; time, man, when I told pa the roan was a i without over having had n final trial, oxcitomeuU no matter where ho is, under any cirlunatic from the asylum, that was on In tho next placo his talk about cumstances, and I have, repeatedly and pa wanted to go away crimination is laughable in tho thoro. Ho said he didn't know trcino. In tho kit four years, quite, a known of his sitting back, from tho what they wauled to exhibit lunatics number of fines have beon imposed bjr dinner table, taking a swallow of wafur. Wo went up stairs to tho pan- - tho inferior courts of this county, and ter, and by blowing on his napkin, at cako bazar, whero they broil pancako yet through his interference, not ono once set it on fire. Ho, is ignorant, outofiolf rising flour, and put butter! of them amounting to as much as and says that ha first discovered his exhalt ami- - sugar ou them and givo them 820, has ever been collected. , As an b ran go power by inhaling and said that he could cat I evidence of his diecrjminatian, ono in- - ing on a perfumed handkerchief that away. Pa burned whiio in bis bands. more pancakes than any man out of stance that occurred in this county suddenly It is certainly no humbug,-- , but what jail, and wanted mo to get him some. duriug this year will doubtless be ( - ,i Only a Woman' Hair, An Honest Confetsion. nal W" i ixm n. Tho Couricf-,Tourlays it would t. w. viaxoa. ttillaoi t. va05, bo a very excellent idea for tho repubT. W. & W B VAHNON, A.TTOIIPI33YH XT TaA-V-, licans to adopt tho statement and conKY. RTANFORD, fession recently made by tho King of Office la Owsley A Son's new building up stairs. Corea and then retire to private life. ALEX. ANDERSON, The King's confession fits tho republi ATTOItNUY A.X XjA.V, can party exactly. Ho said: DANVILLE, KY Will practice In the Courts "I havo been for seventeen years at eounlle and In tb Court ofof Poyle sod adjolnlog Appeals, tho head of tho nation, although I was MABTKKHON PEYTON, wanting in ability. My administra aKDEZAMiKcayoaraiarconiiTr, tion has been a failure, and abuses LinKKTV, KY. Will - practice In all the Courts of Casey and ad havo arisen in thogovernmentthrough Jolnlns- counties, and In the Court of Appeals. Hpeclal atlentlAn elvn my fault. I repent, but it is too late. n. a. rjerce a store. Ia eAllMillAna. flfflrfl Avar Since I occupied the throno I havo DR. J. O. CARPENTER, made many improvements in roads STANFOHD, KENTUCKY and other things, but both rich and Office over BobU 8. Lytle'i store. Office hours poor havo to sufler under the burden. from S to iii and 7 to t is M. This is my sin. I havo often altered J. J. WILSON, the currency and sacrificed the interDENTI6JT. ests of tho people. This is my sin. STANFORD, KY. Bribery has been carried on publicly. Office and Residence, Upper Main St. The complaints of the victimized havo LEB P. HUFFMAN, not reached my ear. This is my sin. BTJROEON UiJJV'JPIBT, STANFORD, KY. Tho taxes have been embezzled and Office South aide Main Street, two doors above the Myers Hotel. tho business of the peoplo ruined. Fore Nitrous Oxide Gas administered when reTliis is my sin. I am ashamed to quired. U. R. O. MOROAN, D. D B. como before the peoplo again. I will Ia31VTIWT, purify ray mind and repent myformer Will be In Htanrord one week ofeath month, from first Monday, Dental rooms misdoings." HUAsapa Hotel, over sicaviater a iirignt's. WROBERTS&STAGG Opera Houso Block, DEA-jViait- Stanford, Ky., IN- DriifCR, ClicmicalH, 1'HllltH, OIlH, lVnll rapcr. JInokH, nnnpN, M'lncH, Nlatloncry, IilntiorM, , G'Iehi-m- Miialcal iHHlriltHCHtR, IillllipH, N'cctllrH. Onr Jewelry, Sllrcrtrnro nntl Optical Oootls Department Is In Cliargo of Col. Tlios. Klcriards, ttIiottIII Hcpnlr batches nnd Clocls l'rowiilljr nnd In the best style. Perfumery, xoimccoH, I'lre ArniH, Pocket Cttlilcry, Machine H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, that he baa received MKItCIfANT TAILOR, Wishes to Inform his Fatrons of Stanford and vicinity Pall and Winter Goods, nmij Which he guarantees to makeup in first-cla- n style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. ant-rnal- Tho following is the toughest bear story that we have encountered: "A man in New Jersey, having no weapon and being attacked by a bear, struck him with a bottle of kerosene oil, which broke and the contents ran down tho animal liko the oil on Aaron's beard. Tho bear not minding this at all, sprang at him and began hugging him, when the man, taking a match from his pocket' set fire to the bear. All but tho head and shoul ders wero soon consumed, when, in order to save tho head and cot the bounty, the man carried water in his hat nnd extinguished tho flames." sign. At Lancaster three weeks of each month rotn third Mondav. Dental rooms In Mason House. Fure nitrous oxld gase administered fee sign. 462-t- f when necessary. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES.CL0OKS, JEWELRY AND SIIVEmVAKE Ever brought to this market. Prices Loner thanthe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. ROBBED mm GERMAN INVIGORATOR! Which positively and permanently cures Initio-triiei- it (caused by excesses ot any kind,) Srtnl-si- n' and all dlsea-e- i that follow a irei7.-iir- , as loss of acnergy, lesaot sequence of memory, uolveraal lassitude, pain In the back, dlmnemofvlslon, premature old age, and many other diseases thai lead to consumption and a ls oerdend tor circulars with free by mall. The l.WltlOICA TO It Is sold at ft per box, or six boxes for IS, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mall, securely sealed, on receipt tf price, by addressing V. J. VIIENET. 113 Adams street, Toledo.Ohio. I'Jl-ljSole agent for the United States. MMMa Thousands of graves are annually robbed o( their victims, lives prolonged, hspplncsaand health re-siorea oy use oi ine gre yank-ed.bit- n a couple of pancakes and tore out a pieco of the liuiug of my coat and put it between tho pancakes and handed them to pa, with a paper arpuud . tho pancakes. Pa didn't notice' 'tho paper nor'tho cloth, and it would havo made you laugh to tee him chow on them. I told him I gueased ho didn't havo as good teeth as ho used to, aud ho said, "Nover you' mind the teeth," and he kept on till he had swallowed the wholo business, but be said ho guessed ho didn't waut' any more. Hut I thought 1 should split when pa wanted a drink of wutcr. I asked him if he would rather have mineral water, and ho said he gussed it would take the strongest kind of mineral water to wash down them pancakes, so I took him to where the .firo extinguishers areiaodgot him to take- tho nozzle of th'o extinguisher in his mouth, and I turned the faucet. I don't think ho got more than a quart of tho etufl out of 'theealeratui machiuo down him, but he reared right up anil said he'd bo condamned if he believed that water was over intended to drink, and ho felt as though ho could bust, and just then the man who kicked the big organ) ttruok up, aud tho building ahook, aud I guess pa thought ho had busted, The most fun whs when wo camo along to where the wax woman ii. 'fhey havo got a wax woman dressed up to kill, and sho looks just as.uatural as if sho could breathe. Sho has a handkerchief in her hand, and as wq camo nloug I told pa there was a lady that seemed to kuow him. Pa is on tho mash himself, aud he looked ami. smiled, and. bo, said good evening, aud aiked uie who she was. I told him it looked to me liko the girl that lings in the choir at our church, aud pa said course it is, "Pretty good show, isn't it," aud put out hit hand to shake hands with her, but tho woman who tends tho stand camo along, and thought pa watdruuk.and said, "Old geutlemau, I guess you had better net out of here. This is for ladies only." Pa excused himself to the wax woman, aud said ho would see her later, Milwaukee Suo. took I fter A Paris actress avers that each perfumo has its special moral and MbIh St.. Stnufortl, Ky. physical qualities, which so far as her observations have gono she states as follows: Musk predisposes to sen JOHN DIN WIDDIE,PRO'R. sibility and amiability; rose, to audac ity, avarico and pride; geranium, to OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 tenderness; violet, to mysticism and piety; lenzoin, to dreams, poetry and BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. inconstancy; mint and verbena, to a Special Accommodation to Commercial tasto for tho beautiful arts; camphor, Travelers. to stupidity and brutality; Russia leather, to indolence; whiio ylang-ylan- g Baggage Transferred Free of Charge is the moat dangerous of all. I hare recently taken charge of this house ana miena 10 nave, nrsi-ciaAmerican actor once A accommodations. 8aId'to'n BtrangerT who' had just mado a most impertinent and exasperating request, that he would grant it upon RICHMOND ono condition. "What is it?" asked tho stranger. "You must first promise me faithfully that you will never, never stand on your head, for, if you I have reccntlr opened In Richmond a larce and do, the weight of your gall will surely complete I'lanlng Mill, and am prepared to furnish every kind of break your neclt. The couotyJA)-torne- is it? Does physiologygive a liko quite interesting No matter how tliattered the ejeletn may BUILDERS' MichiMATERIAL! prosecuted bcforo'Uie Justice'. instance, aad if so, where? be rromexceenesofanj kind, the Great Ger", gan .Medical Nowa. court at Pleasurovillo, on the same man InviKoralor will vecure health and hap- day, thrco druggists fur keeping tipFlooring, pinera. See adrertltement. For Kale by WcntlicrbouniluK, "That butter came fromthe North" IVppt A McAlister, Stanford. pling .homes. To of them plead SiinIi, BIlndH, LatltH, Doora, guilty to that charge, and the third said tho landlady of au Arkansaw SUIueIcs. MouIiHiikn, r(alr-way- s, "1 don't j usee the confessed judgment for retailing spir- boarding houio. ! dc. ituous liquors, and yet with all the common butter of this country on my table. All my butter comes from a UtTlagVonrlgifal tornnqte toTtus, I oStr for As I sell at prices such aa the above articles can Governor's bolicitudo about proper tiouiht In Louisville. Cincinnati, or other whole ale mj sale houses, I am sure I ran make it to yout ad. discrimination ho pardoned all . three ditance." vantage to patronise Jiouie Instltutlona. I am ltc?l(lciice A ImhIuc8h IIounc, also a practical "Does it walk V askeda boarder. of thoso parties. In1 fact this thing Oim hlntd'ln on, iltuitnl In tli town of Crab Or 'What did you say, sir?'1 has been carried so far that violators chard, Kjr., on Lancuttr itrect. The building U lionea "I ask does your butter walk in two anu all eight roomi. oisn, ouaf I mi auu2040, of tho law, in this county havo defi It The Jn and And am Drriured to furnish with counttra and ahtlTlng nlctlyand properly ar- for buildings and all kinds of dtslsns work.estimates antly told tho officers of tho faw thai making the journey?" scroll ranged, with all the outbuilding! nertsiarr to con. That I am dolug no sinall business, can be judgaou "No sir," said the ladywith a sweet, veuience ana me laiieoi lue uioai usuuioui. they cara nothing for their prosecuthat an abundauce or pure water (or drinking and ed from the fact per my bank account runs from week. fiat to IZ oou pt"poM'e,teauttfuI tions, that the Governor' will remit sad smile,- - "but I hope that you can household audleautUtiigtbe ihade and trull trrea II Contracting and building done promptly and at adornlne entire piriuliea, all In a good and healthr condition. Anr one dealr-ln-a living prlcca. Address done, walk," and sho opened the, door. their finct, and so be bos always C. 8. NTAFFORD. , a chein rat valuable residence, among a clev. "Why madam, I havo paid you er aud prosperous people, would do well to call The Governor need not trouble himana eiatnine lue piriuites ueiore purcnasiug cisv-three weeks in advance.!! here. Terms reaaonable. self about tho change in regard JOHN '. NTKOI1K. "It mukesmo diiTerence.- No man W.tr salaries. If his administrar who iusultiray butter can remain untion were to continue a few years ' ! CONDENSED TIME. there .would not bo any ueeJ for der my roof. You flirted with my DR. GANN'S REMEDIES ! " '" daughter and abused ray, husband, attorneys. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE FOB THE MILLION. .Ilia courso, would virtually abolish and I took.it all in gopdpart, but, tho courts aud especially tho inferior sir, as yornave passed .the limit of MANUi'ACTUItED liV W. K. OAKN, M. D., UAILItOAU MNE. ones, bo far at criminal imatfew ;aro my endurance, leavo thijldacoP MONTICELIO, KY. 'Madam, feeling that I am "out- V NOBTH. concerned. The same facts exist elseA worM Is 011(4 with the wonderful, beautiThe - Mt. !, lS'i. Ex. ban. ful and intricate Inventions ol man, yet all the where aud tho samo complaints como numbered,. I'll leave. 'It( is not in genius has that Lts. KlcLiuond............ 6 43 a m combined talent and producedtbst the world that evof tho State, but over- your powerTto put me out,-anfrom other parts can anything er known baa never 8 80 " . Uncaster compare with "Dr. Uann'a Remedies." Medical Williamsburg.. ........... 8 00 riding all protests no matter how vig- but for the feet that you5might call skill and science have, as yet. tilled to discover " London. 7 00 " any thing coual to tbem. for the cure of the dls S 00 Livingston orous or just thoy may bo, our arro- your masculine friend there,'' pointing .. Aa their eaaaa for whuh they are recommended. S 07 " Crab Orchard virtues and uses are praised by thousands throughto the butter "I'd contest tho matter, ' Hlanlord 9 80 " gant aud eelfngbeOttBld, Governor, out the length and breadth ol the land, and as ..i.i. ' Shelby Clty...i-;10 IS " Standard Kaiullv Medicines, they cannot be exi continues to pardon criminals, and but as it iajjgl.turreadeftfGood day." 10 IS " I)tnTlllJunetlon....;-.....- . by the strongcelled, ant arc fully 10 4) Mltchellsburg .....- 11 80 ' est testimonials. substantiated Arkansaw Traveler. then has tho teinerjty. and juc&untss . ..... ...... " UUuon For Coughs, Colds, Croup, llronchltla. Consumpto excuso himself by casting the cenTho doctriue is held by a few Polish Arr4Ub4DOs'Junctloo..i..i:.'.MJ2 U 88 tion and all UlMauaa ol the Throat and Lungs, TliielnpHlVunoUon.;... , 'UfcoulstiHeja ... ., j. r..;.i; iS,M sure on what lie eee Qt: to, terra, the Jews that a good man may. ell hi) ..jzjzz. rj'is Vh6 Dr. Ga mi's Cough Nyrup. "Shylock" prosecuting attorneys. clsitn upon Hcaveu. This belief is TRAINS GOINO SOUTH. Indlgestlon.Jaun. For Liver CompIalnt.DyspcpsIa, based o'rf tbe llabbinical proverb, MXNAOEit-Ohce ' '' lata. Bun. dice, Constipation, 6our titomach and all Bilious The Business MiSv1 ii'ltijlHseaaes, Good. deeds buy tho future, ,world,y upon a Time a Printer was Heard to I.re. Umc Dr. Uhiiii'm I.lTer Cure. by most Jews to Lra. 2 00 p iu which Concede that the Business 'Manager of r'ir.CrabOrch7irS.5:..JS,..i.:i f83 ,' For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, Diulses and seArr. Livingston Swrllluga -- an external application for manor tho Oflico in which he toiled was a mean that by doing good one may H IUdOOMMM beast, MHM....M.MM.M.M 8 20 7 20 " Minded and Liberal gentleman. cure for himself happy immortality. Lve. Williamsburg. ... High 2 80 " Vhu Dr. Ghiiii'm T.IiiIiiiciii. Harris Udovitch of Troy bargained to Ait. Lancaster 6 80 " -- ... Klchmond Whereupon tbero was much 'Aggita1 For I'lles, Uemorrholls, llurns, Fistula and all buy Louis Cohen's heavenly claim for tion among the Angels 'hr 'Heaven, it similar diseasee, PULLMAN PALACE GABS being Surmised that Ono of their Num- $150, but Cohen backed out of, tho Vho Dr. Ganu't IM1j Ohiitucnt. KoeV. Mobile, ber had Got Away aud was Holding agreement, ami the result waa a.fraous TeMotapals,' Little New Orleans, llonliomery, and For Freeh Cuts, liurns, Ulcere and Old Sores, which nent Udovitch to jail. EutgraaU to Teals Uave their choice f two routes: Cases.- Donver Tribune. via Memphis or via New Orleans. Time much Uho Dr. Ghhii'h IsKtcr-Swcand ratee Olutmeul. Tho Western Union, the company It appears by the Secretary's report quicker It Is also theloaf r than by any other route. which owns the principal telegraph that, he, available navjd. .forcefm) CHEAPEST AND BE8T UHeDr.GHHit'HfiloiuHcli Itlttorn QUICKEST, Hues of the United! Slates, increased United States cousists of thirty-seveA ItsUsbleTvnlc. ApHtlser and Uluul J'urlfier, Route to all points In Missouri. Kansas, Illinois, aud also cures DiMcptla. Indigestion, Liver mon its number of miles of wire from 233,-63- 4 cruisers, fourteen Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Alkanaaa. Couiplslnt, Malarial Fevers and all erlodlcal Only one cbaago te Chicago, St. Louis and List. lalscasea. Msuuf.cturtd and for sale by in I88Q to 371,294 In 1881, The itors. ujU duriuf the. rtfeelHo! Kor further luformatlou about tickets to the Mouth, Kansas, Colorado, and eirlgrant ratea to wires operated by (hat company would lartrt htlmbor oremooth' bore gii&Wua edUre.,, ii. . Afxaltt Hoi proprietor. Moatlcello, Ky. AVsrAll orders reach fifteeu times around tho world. Parrot ifles, and, 7 fijlod c auijpi. Or V, 1. Anthony, Agt. BUnfarJ, Ky. by msll will receive piuwpt attention. ex-fro- m well-know- n ss ST.ASAPHHOTEL Si! Asaph Block, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. I( embrace) .Staple and Fancy Groceries,5 Patent aad Family Flour, M cal, IJacon and I.nrd, Tobacco aud Clgarn, Wooden, lVllIow and Tinware, Glass and QiiccnswarclCaBued Goods ol all kinds a specially. ICeineiuher the place, "The Corner Store." GROCERS, PENNY & McALISTER DElLla III DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. Ph jtlclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparation a ipeclilty. TESTIMONIALS OF PLANING MILLS! LINCOLN CO. FARMERS! HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Clas- y s Implements Combined in STANFORD, KY.,-Oc- t. One. FOR JSALE ll (lore-roo- 1 Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin Thc Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for it. I am well nle.ised with rav nurclmsr. As .t Hnrrnn- nnrl ,U,r. izcr it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange jui Miy uuiti, iii in a uiu .iisu tuuiiuuiiL mai 11 win prove vaiuaDic as a Cultivator. Craig Lynn. - 31, 1882. cun-tal- oi ARCHITECT, Mr. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin I have one of the Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. Vt, Gooch. Geo. D. Weaken, Esq. Dear Sir; I used one of the Albion Combined Spring Tqoth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perfectly. C. T. Sandidge. sasssssssssssssssHw w (oat-toruoy- s' - Afflicted, Attention Ion-ge- "" i d ..... ........ .. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin We bought of you a Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in sccaing wucat in ioui siaiK lanu, we are irec to say tnat the Implement is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to ' any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer.' R. W. Givens & Son. 1 in Mr. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir:-am pleased with my Albion Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better and answers many more purposes than a Drill. Joiin Buchanan. " 1 .i..,... .. Geo. D. Wearen Dear .Sir: Have tested your Albion Seeder on clean, plowed land and on the foulest stalk land. It gives better satisfaction than any implement ever used in foul land. A. K. Denny. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sin I have used one of the above mentioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. J. A. DePauw. Geo. D. Wkaren 2?tw S7 The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more than you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this season in filthy com land, and it does its work well where no other machine would work at all. My son J immie, who is 12 years old, ran tho machine all the time, using a team of comparatively sinall horses, and found I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I no difficulty. know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months h the year. John 1'. Bailey. Geo. D. Wuaren Dear Sin Each one of us havinir nurchased of you one of your Albion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and'Broadcast Seeders, we take pleasure in saying that they have given us "entire satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. Prefer them to any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows the wheat evenly and leaves none exposed on the surface; also regard the tool superior to ' any other as a pulverizer and believe they will prove valuable as Cultivators. C. Vanoy, Shanks Svoonamoke. '' " M ..... .. Itliu ct n siugle-turretc- d -- BS--II - ST.A.ICT.E'O.E-.- D, 3CY. 12, 1882 EDITOR Tncsday Morning, December W. f. WALTON, Double lumber, i tThe annual doublo number of tho iNTKnion Jou.val will bo Issuei. on ftbS 10th of this month. We publish it'thus early to meet tho wishes of tho advertisers who desire to especially call attention to their Christmas goods &c Tho edition will bo an extra o largo ono and the paper will bo a sheet just twice the size of this one. It will contain besides tho usual quota of local and general news, sevoral sketches by good wnlors, who will write on subiects that aro sure to be interesting, Tho issue will not interfere with tho regular publication during Christmas week or any other time for sin-gl- , has a spwlal Motf tax," which this year, aftr pjlr the owners for all the ihtep killed by them, shows a surplus of oyer $300. Such a law would hi hilled with delight I17 the sheep rslssrs here, but they will nerer get It a long a would! politicians re elected to the Legislature. Mr. Mcrheiron, Clerk of the House of KepreoentntlTes, has made an estimate m to how the next Horse will stand. He mu- figure It that there will be an orer-al- l Joritr of fifty nine Democrat. He Is hav ing considerable difficulty In classifying the Independents. The following are his figures Democrat, 101; Kepubllcans, 131; Readjusttr, C; Independent Democrats, 4; Independent Republican, 2. Will Porter for murder and robbery at Perry, Gaj Guslare Paul for killing his niIstre,atDonaldsonTille,La; Bud Youn ger, lor toe murder or another negro ai Swalnboro, Oa , and Albert Sanders, col., at Charleston, Mo., for killing his rival in a love affair, were choked to death to satisfr the outraged law Friday. They all went, according to their assertions, atralght home to glory, though It It thought by some that the devil was not so easily robbed of his 8hnindoh count, V lib-ral- ly own. com and men mar to, But we to on forerer." ar Railroad Kitting. A large and enlhusiastlo meeting was held at McKinney on Saturday, Dec. 0th, to take Into consideration the granting of the right of way through Lincoln county to the Cincinnati, Green River and Nsih-vill- e Railroad. D. W. Vandeveer, Chairman of the Railroad Committee for said Tue Arlington estato in Alexandria county, ' Va., which was confiscated by the government aa the property of Gen. R. E. Leo, has been decided by the Supreme Court to bo illegally held from ita proper heirs. The property consists of 1,100 acres and the government has converted it into a huee Cemeterv. where tho bones of 19,000 Federal soldiers have been collected and interred. As in its present condition it is entirely worthless to its lawful owners, the only thing that can bo done is to have it npprais ed and paid for, together with damages that have been sustained by reason of its being illegally held. Slowly but surely many of the tyranfcal acts perpetrated while men's passions had the best of their reason, are being righted and cruel war measures swept from the statute books. The negro can never secure his rights as an office holder as well as a voter unless ho demands them and stands by his own color in an election. Bat he' wont do it; on the contrary he seems to prefer any "onery white cuss" to them. The recent elections in Virginia and elsewhere prove this, for Rev. J. W. Dawson, an intelligent and worthy colored man got only 4,342 votes for Congresaman-a- tlarge, notwithstanding more than half of the voters in that state are county, being present, called the meeting to order. The following additional member of the committee were alio present, Dwighl Root, Dr. Samuel Hocker, Captain John O. Neal, K. L. Tanner, F. M. "Ware, James I. McKinney, W. IT. Miller and G. H. McKinney. The Chairman explained the object of the call of the meeting, and subsequently delivered a very able address In support of the call. He was followed by W. II. Miller, F. M. Ware, Hon. T. W. Varnon and Col. Charles II. Rochester, all of whom delivered able speeches imparting much valuable information touchlr.g this great proposed public Improvement. O. W. McKinney offered the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted: IUnolred, That the Honorable County Court of Lincoln county, be hereby respectfully requested to appropriate the proceeds arising from the tax received from the Railroads now completed aud running through Lincoln county for the term of three years or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay for the right of way of any Railroad that may be located from Richmond Junction through the county in the direction of Nashville, Tennessee. Haolred,furthcr, That we the tax payers of McKinney and vicinity, hereby pledge ourselves to endorse the action of the Honorable County Court in making the appropriation for the purposes aforesaid. The proceedings had at the meeting give very general satisfaction, and the meeting then adjourned amidst the greatest enthuD. W. Ch'm. siasm. G. H. McKinnfv, Sec'y. u the country ; ahe Is Improving. Many the doctrine. I rtreach and lieti I look for a grand work here. Will hate a consecration; meet at 0 r. M, and preaching afterward Hare Jtisl received a nice pair of calf boots, woolen sock and drawers as present) from friend here. Some unconverted persona contributed to It. Prale the Lord With I could divide with yon. Am Buffering with cold In the head and lungs and some fever. Will preach but once adav. Hope to hear good newa from you aod Bawyer. Yonre in Him, 1. u. HAnxuM. St. Claih, Temk., Nov. 28, 1882. Dear rrtArcn. Had one confession and one an pastor was ointed last night, lhe M there and just after the benediction he arose and calling the attention of the people, de nounced me for having no license and for my doctrine. The people began to leave tne house. 1 told them to come back to night in the name of the Lord. I did not get excited at all. Things are going on the way. J he people condemn the pastor for hi conduct. I slept belter last night than usual. Praise the Lord. Your Rro., T. C. DmsuM. SitEEnviLLE. Tknn., Nov. 30. 1882. Erethtn WW and Charlie. It I am Inclined to be a Utile dismal in this epistle, you will please consider the circumstances that environ tne. a description of which I will proceed to give. I have returned from the church, where only two had gathered to bear me preach. The saint here are colder than the Taxewell christians, if possible. There have only been the thirteen confess ions which were made at the children's meeting Sunday, "No anointing. One old gentleman from the country said he want ed me to go out and see hi daughter. Rut he never returned to take me out, as he had promised to do. I am quite an enigma to the people. Yon know how shamefully we have been accused of being Catholics, Mormons, Ac , now, to top it oil, It has even, been said that we are Horrid! Even the stove at the cfiurch seems to be against me. It Is trying to convert that edifice into a smoke-housand drive away what few do come out. Not a single christian has given me any encouragement whatever. Last Sunday the Riptist minister "shook me up." I heard from my sister a few days since. She inform me that It is believed she has consumption. Have not heard from home since I arrived. This is quite strange. Perine surely failed to send that money as I have not received It. You can see that I am "sorely pressed." I wish you had a glimpse at my shoes at the pres ent writing. "Stuck" or not, x snail ever rraise the ixml. 1 ours in Christ, ro iwi Klu-Klu- e Leonard. "PRAISE THE LORD." TnE sage the Glasgow Timet Btruck WArERFOKD, Saratoga Co., N. Y., 1 December 4, 1882. centre when he remarked that "being Dear Interior : church member hasn't as much relia The nipping cold of a Northern Wingious nutriment in it as a cup of white ter is upon us. Now we find out the comDEPARTMENT. mon tenre of having a large "StewarU sassafras tea after the sap rises, when Coal burner" in our little room, which is T. It. WALTON, Editor. a,man doesn't pay his honest debts, if about 18 by 12. When we first came we thought this hery monster would be the LANCASTER. "he 'is' able. The man who contracts death of us, alanst. We did not underCorn has risen from $1 76 to $2 per honest debts and doesn't pay them stand the management of it, and wrestle LASCIKTKU lDn.BT18KXK.1TR. brrrel, delivered. witb can't fool the Almighty by his hypo away It as we would tne beat steadily got wo welcome all with us. Rut Mis Lixzie Huffman, daughter of Dr. n. O. KAUFFMAN, critical prayer or being found on the its warmth, and would not hive ita sixe Wm. Huffman, has pnuemonla. thing ATTOUNEY At XjA-W- , cnurcn. J. no nonesi lees for any good in reason. Nothing but front bench at J. C. Thompson, Lancaster, Ky., has ones, will do in this counstoves, and LANCASTER, KY. man pays bis debts when he can, and try. Open fire places are a mockery. The received his stock ol jewelry and fsney Mailer Commluioucr Oamrd circuit Court. Will have them for the looks of the thing, goods for the holiday trade. practice In all tb Court of Oareard and adjoining a true christian is always an honest rich comforting heat being furnished by a the Col. Sam. M. Rurdett's friends here are counties and In the Court of Appeals. man." furnace in the basement. We are a long anxious to have him remove to this place, North of the and 'TnE Nelson Record has information waya an invitation Norwich latitade, miles which he will probably do. MANUFACTURERS' to Oswego 14 have that the Kentucky still N. W. where, we can have yet more from headquarters Mr. James Totten, of Lowell, this rial msiim Mutual Benefit Matrimonial Associa- lively idea 01 tne private llle 01 a Ureen-land- county, will wed Miss Lixzie, than even here. Rut It is good, COMPANY, tion of Lexington is "unauthorized wholesome cold, and, well wrapped, one the pretty daughter of Mr. J. C, Rryan, of INSURANCE Lincoln. laws of the does not mind it much. Or IIoitox, Mass. and illegal undfr tho Mrs. Yesterday, 8tate." We make this note so that IU1UUCU UU1 the severity of the weather handsome Elijah Harris Is having a very Capital. 1500,000; surplns, SH3,2 S total sastts, MJU IUCIB TIMS monument erected over the ROHT. UINNAIKD.Azt., the fool who would part with his only confessions at the children's meeting grave of her husband. It will be 15 feet JI.0J5,629.SI. Lancaster, Kentucky, in tne atternoon. uut ten were present money may not do so with his eyes who had not come forward at the previous high and of Italian granite. shut. Now I your time to buy cheap goods. service, and all of them confessed. No MIGGEVW with the gosDon't fall It seems preposterous that in these difficulty in getting children such as Jesus I want to close out by Jan. 1st. goods must pel suited to a "little child," STAxroao 8tsi.it piping times of peace the Secretary of took as his model hearer in the olden to call and get bargains when be sold. I must have what I due me by LANCASTER, - - - - ONTD0KY War should have the gall to ask for time. night, after the people had been dis- Jan. 1st. Geo. A. Feathers. At $38,897,620.34 to expend during tho missed with the announcement from Rro. A. O. Rurnside sold in Lexington last coming fiscal year, especially since Thompson that the meeting would continue week a of hemp at $5 per cwt. JOIIN T. HIGGIXS, PROPRIETOR. the middle of the week, he told me do not include any item until is the first Garrard hemp that has the estimates that the "official board" at its session Sat This A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL for improving rivers and harbors or urday had decided to close the meeting at been sold. The price Is considered good the end of the second week, unless there for the time of year. u Ul In srery particular, Th patronage ol th any work of that nature. was a "bieak." Rut for the hungry sheep Largest stock jewelry and. silverware solicited, snd satisfaction guaranteed. Democrat has enter- ot the Iloclc, l would have closed, aa soon of any jewelry house in Central Kentucky. The Louisville as I learned this, for if the thing is decided ed its thirteenth year with even Mun-bett- upon, one had better go out before being Solid silver spoons a specialty, in line cases, for presents, J, C. Thompprospects than ever. Brother turned out. Well I we have a new experience ot humanity at every stag. This nell is to be congratulated on found- will be the first time we have been stopped son, Lancaster, Ky., Palace Jeweler Wm. Green, of Cincinnati, bought of ing and placing on such a solid basis without consulting us. We take it, as every thing, easily and without grumbling. James II. West 20 head of l,C351b. cattle a paper that sticks so closely to the It it part of our pilgrim lot, and we at 0 cents. Poney Reazley sold to Jesse traditions and principles of the PRAISE THE LORD through it all. The Fox 1 cattle averaging about 1,500-lbs- . at situatiou to night la alarming. I notice it 51 cents, and a yoke of oxen, weighing Jefferson. in these letters, just this once, taking my 4) cents. The State officers of Virginia un- readers, behind the scenes. I, We have about three thousand pounds, visiting Mis Mollle Rurdette is Mis no positive invitation to any oiuer place, der the Mahono regime are a with thia "writ of ejectment" for Wednes- - Kate Edelen at Maxwell Springs. Miss set. The Auditor of Public day night staring me in the face. 2. No Mamie Richardson, of Somerset, is a guest anu a neivy last Accounts has been indicted for mat money, un our In to 30 uiu great hole in of Miss Jennie Sweeney, Mr. Jo. Swope washing coming eat a feasance in office and several others of that. We heard, soon after coming here and wife, of the Rright neighborhood, have Tennessee were in boys that the crowd are suspected of embezzle great the dear Will, inhaving pawned hi gone on a visit to relatives In Marlon straits, county. ment and will be investigated. watch in Taxewell, for the board bill of the Just received a large stock of French quartette at that inhospitable place, and Garver's "sister" mentioned in the above he hoped would aid him in the work with her sweet singing. I leave these letters with consciences. I will add no more to this except an apology to the boys who will not like this apparent breach of confidence. Rut I trust the LORD to make that all right. Ever In Jesus. Geo. O. Barnes. Dec. 5. P. 8. The dear LORD has just sent sweet relic! in the shape of a remit tance from sister Houk, of Dayton. Forty Dollars, of which she directs $10 are to be sent to Will. PRAISE TnE LORD. That will take u a little way out of Waterford. Figuers stand at present, 70 for soul, 17 for uuuj, i lur spcciuo vicpside; tu me i". M. meetings. O. O. R.l Another letter under date of the 9tb reached ns last night, loo late for this issue. We notice that he has been "bowed out, frowned out and kicked out of Water- ford," nnd that he is now in New York City to remain a few days with Mr. Isaac U. Kleelns, 123 and 125 William street, where iettera will reach him. .Letter in loll will appear in next issue. En. ly induced her to leave with him for some unknown place. They were gone for several days, returning on Saturday last, still unmarried. This Incensed the family more 11 o'clock Sunday, than ever Owen East, a brother of the misguided girl, It reported, seeing City aero the way at Mr. Sebastian's, called to hint to come over. He went and a few word passed, when Ei-- t struck him a blow on the head, laying him out. Mr. Wilson who lived with East, shortly after called to Sebastian to come over and get Caxy, which he did and about 0 o'clock that evening hs died. The doctors say that the exterior table of the skull was not Injured, but the Interior was to such an extent as to canso the most severe hemorrhage. At lat account no Inquest had been held and no steps taken to secure the arrest of East. Brjanttrille. Our folks all took advantage of the Ice spell and filled their houses. Louis Rout ia cleaning up all the ship ping hogs In this vicinity at 0 cents. -- Col. D. R. Collier and family will move to hi residence In Lancaster in a few days. Col. J. W. Poor ha several hundred head of cattle on slop at Curley' distillery at Hickman. Wm. Rerkelo has purchased a new engine for lit-- ) distillery and will be in running order in a few days. Char Randen acctdently cut an ugly gash in his high by letting his hatbhet slip out of his hand a few days sgo. Invitations for the reception of Mr. Lytle II. Hudson and hi bride at hi father' residence (Price Hudson) at 1)7 2d iL, Louisville, for Wednesday the 6th Inst, were received by many friends in tbtt vi cinity. Some boy out rabbit hunting last Friday, fired a gun near Capt, Uogan's team, the horres became frightened and sreed making dashed away at a break-neca complete wreck of wagon and harness. No one hurt. Personal Miss Addie Folger, the captivating Utile brunette of Bryastaville, has just returned from an extended visit to relatives at Klrksvllle and Nicholasvllle. Wm. Robinson, who has been absent for some years in Texas, Is back with his old friend again. J. C. Bryant is closlnng out bis stock of Boots and Shoes, men's and boy's over coats, Hats and Caps, Gent's Furnishing Goods; Hardware and Queensware and most every thing In the way of General Merchandise. The people In this vicinity will find It to their interest to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. and-abo1 k -- FOK THE- - HOLIDAYS The following cats represeat GLAD TIDINGS lload Carefully tho Following Statement OP NTUHItOHN PACTN t TIIK FinM OK tlo """" Collars and Cuffs -- IN OCR Furnishing Goods Department, and alonr with them we giye a few items in general stockt Welsh, Wiseman Will beillisoUsd & Go., ;O.A.YfcS, Good DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Jmuirj I, In slew of I6I1 cbings, tt, on, mrmtr, st Ihf Arm hating itslsiinlns.1 TO (10 WF.4r. ' THE Toaacrlnreln tbla war. 3NEXT We An J lo sffoinfllah tLli, will 50 ol oflt At A24IZn Very Many Cases Under Cost. bite from IM.OOO to 110,000 In New and DcNirnblc Fall and Winter till-n- J Clothing, ailorkof smli that ween, trt Ids lo STOCK In Dantllle, reaMl In Ibe Klil-- m Marasla all our llnteare complrle an. I almoil all unbroken. In Dim IurchixO nallmanj Nlti.Hhiioilarriolhs.Caibintn-- , larvltikof I'laln ami !lmate Velteu,llnm of llwltrr, U.Iim' anil (lenta ar Complete Ac, In IbeoevHtanJ rnoatilnlrableihadrs. snd FsntT (I00J1 graerallf . The lar-p- al and moat complete itork of lUnismhrr It ll not tht I.Hdlca'HHdChlldrcH'HNIieci at Figure, tlml Will AHleHUh All Hats and Caps, Who price th-r- a. Ueati'Clotha.Canlnirmanii ItataatspoeUIrs aairiSe line ol Carp-l- a at manutactumV prlcts. ThoVr.HY CHOICMTstjIreaoJ qualHIm ot Ollcora, Gallon, Bhmllnji, (llnsbami, Ac, it prlffa blikerto pal I fr the mennnl. Vou will eOfct an lumeoie satins: on eter? thins tou bur. We will roikeNONKlV AlUOUHTS.noIr ouroU rrln.."lllcl and true," whiiu HOUOIIT vekoowlo be (lit r.itt ami prompt, will we crnllt unlll Jannarr lit. OurrJi bate FOlt CASH and MUsrillllNtl UAlll. .As our builnna ruuit I wouhd up la tbe SI dari, all wbo owl 01 are rarti-el- lr rnurinl to tall and settle. INia'l throw awar this epiwrlnnllr oMarm In Toursupplleaslprlm FAlt UKliOWanr offered btrelofbre tn nl W12K.SII, WISEMAN A CO. Vjyi Gloves and Ties, 1A.IX. ANNOUNC'MENT :XS8S.: HsiBBBw!Ziaa Dry Goods, Boies, Clccrs, 81.lt Rheum, Fei-- r Bores, Tettsr, Chipped Hsndi, Cbllblalni, Corns, sdI all Skin Bucklen't Arnica Salre. Thsbett salt in the world for Cuts, Bruises, !j CJfJ CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. HnveJiiMt received h 1 Boots and Shoes, Garrard County Eruptions, and posltlrcly cure piles. ItlifUir-intei-- d to nit entire atUfutlon or money refunded. Pries XJ cents boi. For sals by Fsnny A McAlister Woman' Trut Friend. A friend In need Is a friend Indeed. This none can deny, i ipeclally when anlitsnc if rendered when on Is sorely afflicted with disease, nor particularly thgw complaints and weakneaae so common to our femal population. Erery woman should know Ibat Electric Bitters ars woman's Irus friend, and will postttTsly reslora her to health, eren when all other remedies fall. A Ingle trial always prores our assertion. They are pleaaant to taste, and only cost fifly cents a bottle. Sold by Peony A MoAlliter. rr rB Rubber Goods, tB H cry large nlock of '" J t t , FALL AND WINTEH DRY 6D0DS, nsroTionsrs, to-d- CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES Trunks andValises, sMI11BbW " jH tSBBBBsl '1 Hats, Trunks, 4 jj .' r r, 103-t- "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, MOUSE! jH 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. -- car-loa- d Underwear, ' HBBBBN kwL- -J er satin-l- ined New House! SsH THE ttl PORTABLE ENCIIKK SAFE AND DUUABIiE! BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. It Is 1 sweet-scente- d mww croons GEO. D. Holiday Goods, SOME 3,000 In tact, tbsr li no Engine tbat jua'i It tor I'rlre Rim Mlcllr . Dursbllltr anl Reliable Work. JUII llll. LAUI riE.10 Drlt ' Ajssjn, PRINTING PRESSES sTaL CORN SHELLERS, BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBwIl NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Out of C22 convicts In the Alabama penitentiary but 07 are white. Phil. Thompson failed to get bis bill the Solthrough Congress to dier's Home at Harrodsburg. 'There are 181 ladles studying medicine at the Michigan University, where John D. White's sister matriculated. A suit has been Instituted against the Wlllard Hotel Lottery and It Is hoped that the policy holders may get their right. Louisville raised in six days $100,710 of the .1200,000 necessary to assure the success of the great Southern Exposition to occur there next year. According to the Qmwtvttalik, the total receipt of the Register of the Land Office during the last fiscal year were lust ', 821.72 lesa than the pay of tb officer who run Jt. U. S. Donds to the amount of $950,- 000 were burnsd Friday, by order of the Secretary. They were a bejueet from J. L. Lewis, who wanted to help that much In extinguishing tho U. B. debt. $'-- two of them shoeless, with feet touching the ground at every step, through the hole in the shoes. Wardrobes generally dilapidated, in spile of their rough but diligent attempt at patching. Will, was wearing his straw hat. All this come to us In confidence without a grumble. I an nex a copy of postals from two of the new scattered party to show that the distress still continues, though before this Is printed, relief will have reached them. Of co urn we couldn'tatand this, and emptied our limited purse for their relief. Hence our exhausted exchequer. The dear evangelist are going over the rough mountain experience we so well know; only the one bearing a little heavier burden than we were called upon to lift. They are young and strong however, and will come thro' it conqueror. PRAI8I: THE LORD The following postal tell their own story. The first and second la from Rarnum to Will, from St, Clair, 8 or 10 miles from Rogersville, at which latter place Will and "Ban key" are blaring away at the devil fort. The third from Uarver at Sneed- ville. c nti,ii 'p.,.. Knu 07 10.00 n.- Urethral We are having good meeting and full house, I preaobed three time yesterday. Eleven children (all that were there) confessed. Anointed a colored girl In grass and Immolelle bouquets and Bohemian glass and decorated vase in all colors, with or without silver mountings. Remem ber the place J. C, Thompson's, Lancas ter, Ky. Something new in Clocks. You can tell time at night without a light. Face Is Largest slock of Rronze and French Gold Clocks with globes, for parlor use; nice for Christmas and Holiday present. Palace Jewelry Store. J, O. Thompson', Lanculer, Ky. Killed, Another killing is added to Garrard's list, and Wm. Cszy, of Madison is the victim. He was perhsps 40 years ot age and was a widower for the second time, hi last wife haying died last May. Apparently desirious ot becoming a Benedict again, he commenced some time since to pay bis devotions to Miss Pauline East, a pretty young girl of 15 and of good family, who lived with her father on Rack Creek, near Teatersvllls, The family was greatly opposed to the match and Intimated as much to Caxy. He however, succeeded In turning the girl's head and final BURDETT&CO. Grocery INTEFRISE OK00ERY, And a Thorough. Equipped Wood Maw, Cotton GIiin, Corn MIIIn, CrcHiiierlcN, sDl BBBBBBBBBBBHkWEVlr 1 ElovtttorH, A Department, Busi- b. .sV Feed ItlillH, i LANCASTER. In-- Staple Where Every Froduot of the Country 11 boo-ga-t and sola, in fact, we do a General Ex Hay V!wBBWSWwPtW7. l'rcNNCi-j,- ' change ness KHmM ' ImtlicN, Ac . Call at The Iiiferler JottrHHl OHice aud Hoeite oflho dcHlrable through our enKuglaew Ih eperaUBH. IleatciHljcr every I'.hkIho Wholesale and llstail Dealers tire line, thus givkait our guarantee. Kead It t ing our trade aa advantage We tbat Bookwalter be well and Fancy Groceries, Quawf Net usually fennd anywhere else. made; aar to all purcbaaendurablewe guarantee our construction;Engtnea towan anu and suUtsillsllr auTl complete In tobeaale, elinple, tow site ine mu nawtr ware, Glassware, Tobaeee. A FIR3T-CLAS- Candles--, Fruit i.Clgari and 3 A Large Line of tJ, roomy a HOC KB bouse. Y- -A WELLLIQIIT- as Christmas Goods & CO. claimed when uroixrlr attached and wauaasl. We mike the abota guarantee, and log conditions. las wlllgltelho purcbaierlbe nrit Sudareafter - Ilia arrltatof tba ... . . II irui, uirauaMiiiiiciorr ...Tl in caiw ido Kugioe lain incouenpto our guaraniee. we Eoilue. refund everr dollar recalled on thoKniflne. trotlJ..I ih tiur.iiui r.furoa nearest railroad atatlon. end leatee It lubjcut to our order br tbe cloae ol aald SO UerUlnlr do aian could fori mors liberal otter snd contra- - U ..,-- ....- sk din' aril on tba follow- Lnuine to ! It ..T.. win laae ..-" tba tack tb Kn.ln.Ln m trial. Ersrythlng Best Bow on Exhibition- ,- a pin snd igcs lower than rcr. Von't Full to r. (tee Them Work, in the Xew BRUCE, WARREN Power Knainoaad Boile- r- . Horn fowir Login snd holier- ,MM1.,.W..... Power r.ntlne snd Bollsr.... rower edgiu sna Holier . Dsllrered on can at fcurinnlUl,!. (iklo For further Information and deicrlpllr pamphlet, aJJreai the manufacturers, 03 If LOOK AT OUR PRICES: ,, fitS WO M M US VV lnn MM AT THE "TWIN FKONTH. JAMES LEFFEI. A CO., KitrlHicrlcId.Olsle. ' JWf ... nI aT-A-arour- icy. 10CAL TIME CARD. Tnosday MornliHf, December at his pott in Lsncasler. John Johnson, at KubankaNlatlon, If our The Dtmocrat siys lht Mnes Potter corref ondrnt' report of It I true, haa been of Warren county, has sold 25 mule at Paassngsr train North.,... 1601,11, $100, and 6 at $140. CspU Corbetl killed " " Booth., 2 oi r. at captured and lodged In jail at Bomerset. a lot of hone last week, averaging twelve Notions, Boots, Shoes Boots, On Friday 16th we will open the Urgent months and four daya old. Average LOCAL NOTICES. Shoes a weight three hundred and nine pounds E. OWSLEY. flock of cheap lorn erer brxnght to thli llur Paihts of Penny A MoAlliier. net. They were a croM between the Engllur your ammunition of all klnl) from market. We InTlta your Inspection. A lish Berkshire and spotted Poland China, full llneof A llrlght. McAlltter Who can beat that and oulv feed corn Melloliert A Stag;. A Itowlln three months? Oreen nicker Nr.w "lock of Jewelry and HlWerware t Cur IIond. The eatimatlon of money has bought 3,000 hog paying 6 cents per Penny A McAlliter'a. eil men in the Talue of Htanford bond a cwt. Watckkk, Clocks and Jewelry repaired an Inreatmentis shown In the fact that one and warranted by Psnny A McAlieter. LINCOLN COUNTT r cent. fMK) liond sold Hstur Fall, lot of Zelglei fllioe Just OF Crab Orchard. day at a premium of 8 to Ret. J, M. eu ami for sale at J. JI.AW. II. Hhankr. A brand new girl at A. J, Sigler'a. HTANDinn Sheet Miule, Vocal and In- - Ilruce and a similar bond to J. W. McAlIa Otis Newland fell from a wagon last atrumenlal, for 10 cent at Penny A ler at a premium (if $2, week and received painful injuries. One Robert Collier, this county, &0., AT- Jamm K. Lynn. Numerous parties who deserted his wife someoftime ago and La nor slock of Window Glass, all slics. Doable thick glass for flower pita. Penny hate auggeled the gentleman named above v.wu wltl. I.ta fi,a-i,i-jn- , lnt.l .,.,. ji at.l...l.l.a !. ,, .. unA McAllater. a a aullable man to represent ut In the derstand, returned lo his native hill and Jl'rr recelred a new lotof cloaks for la- next Legislature. Iloneat, capable, a thor- is dodging around in the bushes, minus his second love. dle and children and a fin lot of ough democrat and a man of the people, lie -- Wm, Stuart sold last week to Reece J. H. A H. II. SHANK. would OH the portion with credit and his Ward, of Rockcastle, 6 hogs at $5 75 and Great IUiu'ctiok In sheet music: CO, friend aay they Intend that he ahall an- Mr. Green sold 0 to Ihe same at the same r 75 and It music now sold at S cenlt. price. Mr. Ward is also receiving hois atie an J on good piper, at McKoberta nounce himself, from John Stephenson, which he bought A Hts.'s. Lincoln County Tri.eriio.VE Compa- aome time ago at $0 60. PERSONAL ny, The stockholder of the Telephone to Near McCormack't Church. A Vexed Clergyman. connect Stanford, HmtonTllle and Mm Katie Ham. haa pneumonia. Wish our friends would throw In and SOMETHINO NEW. INSURANCE AGENCY. Ktm lbs psllsncaof Job wouM become ex- S-I-smet t the iNTEnton Journal of- help to make the letters from here more Mr. A. B. Robertson, our enterprising I'nwTox Cash In tery ill of typhoid E! feter. fice Saturday, Uth, when Judge E. W. Interesting. young dry good merchant, has connected, banited were be a preacher and enJetiorlD j to iniereai ais audience wblle mey were keeping up your Louie, or Tour foods, or Tour lire Uarpenter is down with by elevator, hi store with the Hall (formMr. Ailsm b0m other Mr. J. 1'. Uanry has returned from Ilrown was calleil to preside and W. It. lor pneumonia. Mr. 'A. Hughe Is recovering erly Jamea Hall) above and haa filled that an iDcessaDt coughing, making -.It Imposiluls (kla ilock. or your nreor property bare not been burnt VALUABLE COAL LAND. or Inlurtd br .Missouri. William made Secretary. Article of In- Irom an attack of paralysis. llahtnlnff. Ii no suaranlr that A.n .il spacious room with everey description of him to b heard v.i hn lhl..ll.A.ld ll.K .... .t.lb .,. ,.. I. Mr. Huok Ports, aon of K L. Por- corporation (see a J. column) were adopted Aladam Kumorliaslt that one of our holiday goods, including a thousand little be atold- -J by almply uitug Dr. King's New I)li- - would be prudent to aeeure Indemnity In rase Aa Executor oi II. II. Bradley, deed,, I rill, In eorery for Coniumi tlon, Coughs and Colds. Trial such Ion or damage should occur T I offer you thla and a number of ter, ! clerking for Mr. A. Owsley. aullable for the most popular young ladies 1 to be marri wagon. There I also a noticeable depart- Dottles Lancaster, Ky., n at ths In- any flren sway at Penny & McAIIiter's Drug ,uraBc lowest rates obtainable Insstpq anu ed in a thort time. Will give name in ure in the employment of M. PiiiMr. la Joixib J. government of thecompany approved. The tou mar ixjrapinj i represent Store. 11,11 due season. take your choice. (lint, CLERKS. If. MONDAY, 18, '82, for the Farmer National IJank at present. election for director resulted In the (elecThe roung folka are beginning to Miss Maggie McRoberts, Mis Alice and Expos for sals to the best snd highest bidder tion of F. M. Ware, McKinney; W. It. W1I count the week till Christmas, as eagerly Mis Lee McGrnty, Mrs. Rate Dunlap and MlMM MtNRIB AND I.IDA EDMIITON, mE-NTTA Lincoln Co. of rslusble Acres about .1.50 ,trrr the Knoirlll Coal Land,oflying purse empty school Mrs. Joe Smith Robertson. of Crab Orchard, are Tutting Mis Ilattle llaine, Huatonvillc; J. W. Alcorn, Oto. D. as the Immediately upon branch the Lo'ilirlll A Nsshrille Kallroad, In Laurel county. OOINO Wearen and W.P.Walton, Stanford. It teacher counts the uys till school is out. T'OIt HA.X.EI Frl.bte. Ky .embracing the land upon which la sltusted I offer for rent the property now occupied by A recent letter from Centre! Texas. To Chicago. J.Wesley Durham, the young -- Mm. V. E. Kirtlkt haa gone to was resolved that the work of all kinds Lancaster pike, at Col. Faulkner A McLean'a Mills timber reserred. The ,' ...viu. ItllUHUUU state that on account of sick news not !!". attorney who had pluck enough to jump January 1st. Call on or address me at Stanford.jrUUI bltuatedonlhsDanrllleA acres In wheat, which Is sals will tie rasde on a credit of 8 and 12 months, Iiruce'a bridge. A lout SO to the construction of the line be let Mtmphl to spend the Winter with her of ths cotton will be picked. They on the Cincinnati Police Court with both seeded with clorer and timothy, making almost bonds ol equal Installments with good security, . . UAV1HM, V4. the entire fsrm In grass, well watered with serersl bearing 6 per cent. Interest front day of sata until out at once and pushed to an early comple- have more sickness than has been known fret for fraudulently giving liberty to daughter, Mr Msggle Milton. oereral springs; slso one of Ihslsrgest paid, required of purchaser, and a lien retained. Blake'a safe robber, will soon go to Chicago Cot 8 M. IIURMTr and W. A. Mor- tion. Certificate of Stock were ordered for a number bf years. snd best spring ponds In the county, msklng It a IV. O. IIKADI.F.Y. iprUTQ are reaping absr- - desirable alsck form Has on It good, com for ts- Little Arthur O, son of T. J. Hill, to accept a lucrative position in an Insurrow, Kmj ,of the Interior JourtNAL repor-torl- printed and F M. Ware was appointed to will celebrate his sixth birth day 'i rtULII I O Test selling our ble dwelling house, Ice house, smoke house snd on th ance office. bsrn, good collect subscriptions at McKinney; W. R. Uth, by a dinner, to which he ba invited corp., wera here yesterday. Kitchen Queen safety Lamps or 160 choice cabin recently built. roung orchard UMBRELT.AS. apple trees, good kitchen, garden, Ac. Mk. II, Mattinoly hi returned from Wllllsnisat Hustonvllle and Geo. D. Wear-e- n several. of his juvenile friends. Many Did you erer notice how many negroes carand other hmmchoM articles. Terms of sale made known on application. Malfof Thebcxtsolllngartlclrsererput purchise money may remain on mortgage. happy returna of the day. Master Arthur. ry umbrella compared with the number of at Stanfotd, who are to deliver the cerSuccessor to Daugherty A Hyde, a Tlill to ht aon, Rout. T. Matllngly, at t'n, n..l mi Iha .n.vlr., 4tsaa;v siuaa.ssa.ss. Several of our neighbor are preparing white people? On a rainy day in Danville and Terms, address tho Lancaster, Ky, Uptonfllle. II ha been Ter low with tificate proerly algned. It was agreed to leave us. Mr W. W'igham. will so to the proportion is 2 to 1. They have a STANFORD,- - -- KENTUCKY, CLIPPER M'F'G CO., that the telephone office at iluitonville Morcland Mrs. M. E. Cosby, to Mllledge- - right, of course, but yet It Is a cold, drii- malarial feTer but I better. num. j No. 288 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. -- MANcr.ciussu or Mr. James T. Cahsox baa accepted ahall beat the office of Oreen A William, vllle. We are truly sorry to give them up zling (act that not a ball dozen umbrellas the petition of trareling salesman for Hut-le- the McKinney office in the Hotel and the anu nope mey win oe nappy ana prosper- are sold to Degrees in a year so the mer- ous in new homes. Iter. J, Q MontPitkin A Co, New York. Mr.Carron Stanford In the office of the Interior gomerytheir In Adair, preaching. Her. 8, chants sayj is KIT. The Railroad to Nashnlle. la a worthy Touog man anj itij popular Journal. The Hoard of Directors organ-lf- d Collier will preach for the church at Mcby electing W. P. Walton, President Cormack's soother year by the unanimous Editor Mtrhr Jamah I ha merchant! of hi district. with AllI persona harlng claims against the eatatsof I wish to say a word touching the pre .littrris. aeca.. win nresent mem to me. m wisu ol the church, iiy bis earnest efMiM.CS, II. Rochester and daughter, and Geo. I). Wearen Secretary and Treaa-urtposed construction through the county of erly proreo, at the Fir men National Bank, Blan E. H. BTJRNSIDE, forts for the good of the church, Mr. ColIt is hoped that the line can be put lier has made ford. All Indebted to Ihe slate are reaueated to Miw Lettlt Lee, leav Uetnorrow to be manv friends in this com- - the Cincinnati, Ureen liiver & riasnvtlle settle st once. present at the warralge of Mr. Richmond up within a month and every effort to ef munity. Mrs. Geo. Carter ha returned Railroad. It is not my purpose at this J. B. OITHLKY, Admr. This Old Well - Known ... .laf ... PI....MK fect it will be used. time to argue the great advantages resultRochester at Franklin, Tenn Ther VCfT uuiuc liuui n H..I...I.J 0fcjr lit &uir, s piuuakicu .I.. Hotol Maintains much Improved In health Mr. Will ing from the building of this road, aa all go to New Orlean U tlsll friend. MARRIAGES. FARM FOR SALE ! High Hocker is visiting tier father, Mr. Richard intelligent men understand and appreciate AND LOCAL MATTERS, John W.Stone and Mis Jennie Ken- Cobb Mr. and Mrs. James Hocker, from them, but to suggest and endeavor to show I offer for aala prlratelr my excellent little Farm Its Proprietor is Determined briefly bow the County Court may greatly that nedy were married at Tyrone Church, this Lexington, hive been visiting relations, at do TO the "Twin Front." Turnrrrille Mr Hocker il will be re aid the enterprise by taking wise action at of 10O Acre. In tba west end of Lincoln coanit Shall be Second to no Country ty, within mile or rerton'a well. II lsj$ or county, on Sunday last. membered was the founder of Hocker, now their January session, and this, too, with- mile from ths Mllledgerllle Stanford pike and Hotel in the State in its Fare, Stanford pays annually $7,000 In iosu ranee rroin Slimoru a uusionrine is wen Mr. Weeden T. Smith obtained license Hamilton College, at Lexington. Appointments, or AttenJohn out asking the people to vote one cent addi- watered,nss good tmprorements.about pue, In grass $i Is ranee policita. yesterday to marry Mis Beltle M. Peyton M Hill ha been to Louisville with tur- - tional tax. If the Court will turn over for and wheat and balance for corn next year. It la tion to Comfort of g kles. Will McCormsck Is In Whitley three years the taxes accruing to the coun- rery prodnctlre. Any person applying at once their Gnesti. WAGONS "OF "ALL KINDS. A. T. Ncnnelley will piy the highest on the 1 lib. The ceremony will occur at H. J. ROUTT. cattle. Mrs. W. T. Royalty, of Mid- - ty from assessments of the railroads al- can obtain bargain. UUIedgerille, Ky. Mr Lewis Rowell's. for all kind of fur. cash price dleburg, was to see her sick father, Mr. Z. ready built, or so much thereof as may be Rasa-atWemiDufstcture Carr licet of til dMcrfrtloni. will be conrejfd to aid from thedepot On the 5th, at the residence ol the Hughes, laU week; employing only workmen and utlng free or charge. Special acrommsdatloae to necessary to secure th right of way, depot onljr flnUclaM mtterlil, tnd tell at reatonabla to Commercial Trsrelers. The Bar 11 be Fresh Orange, Lemon, llananae, Mal briues istiier, Mr John U.ickery, near Mrs. Kate Dndderar, by McKingrounds, Ac. (as recommended figure always stpptied with the cholceat ttyle. workmanship and material ennatd- Hutfonnlfe. Lancaster street, meeting) in and through the county, a MILLINERY! Ac. Ac". McAIUter Altrijjlit. ney aga Grapes, J. brand) of Liquors and Cliarn. nx. DAruiiKKTT. ii Shackleford, Casy county, Mr. James It. Stanford, Kentucky, Venus, in her coquetting with Ihe Sun, result will have been accomplished which played the wild with the weitber. will reflect honor upon the court and last- la dally recelrlnc new and beautiful Millinery Fresh raisins, currant, citron and other McAnnlch to Mis Era Dockery. The clattering rollers subsided on ing and incalculable benefit upon the peo- Hooda of erery dearlption-ere- ry thing of the latW? fancy grocerie for Chrlstniss cake at A RELIGIOUS. Saturday, and the ringing mueio of the ple. Can this be done without imposition of est styles, and no lady who Intends buying anyOwsley's. in the frosty additional taxation? The following state- thing In her line should till lo call on her Prlcea vibrated The Georgetown Timet says: Itev. S. aa low as the lowest. She is thanklut lor pait la- A LA roe Tarlety of cook ttoTe, heating S. I'rntx, recently appointed by Conference atmosphere. ments gathered from examination of record t nana nopcsior toeir continuance, sirs, sioine e The Intejuor JoURNAXshowed symp- books, showing financial condition of the Myers has charged the depart atoTr and grate jiiat recelred by A. Ows-le- to the paitorlal care of the Methodist toms of becoming a "daily" last week. county Incontestably prove that thia can ment which IsaaulEelent guarantee, that ber cus tomers win end no cause lor complaint. Low price. nj. SITI-AIBIIalEI- ! churches at Georgetown and Oxford, has On edition reached our oUice on Thurs- be done. The present rate of taxation pro given up both positions. It is reported day and another on Friday. gross Income ot fourteen duces an annual Lower than Ever To reduce stoca I Our people who are not acquainted and will tell at reduced rale for till lit that he his united with the Episcopal with the parliea are still greatly puxxled thousand seven hundred end seventeen leaveleven hundredth dollsrs ($14,717 11) S. wo Church. Pcnlx used to be stationed at over the striking resemblanc among the January. W. T. Oreen. ing a net income of fourteen thousand dola .Buggies, oi' Lancaster. candidates for Governor as exhibited in lars in round numbers. This for three Juar recelfed a new line of China, Ola If the people hereabouts who claim your faithful published likenesses. years would aggregate the sum of forty-twdefiand Queenaware, including aome handaome am not able to say thousaud dollars ($42,000). The expenses ! to have been so greatly benefited spiritu- nite I a to stock or crops. any thing We Hogs seem to of the county for all purposes, bonded Inwater-set- . McAHaler Tes, Chamber and ally by bis teachings do not now come to hang about Cc. for heavy. Have beard of sold, we are com Onr ator.rooru harlnz been debtedness included, has been eleven thouA Brlgbfa. pelled to cioso out our stock of foods by January 1, his aid, they are not the friends of Mr. no late transactions in cattle, Corn variea sand three hundred and thirty-thre- e doloffer our and la order to do so, we will from Strayed ok Stolen. A red cow with Barnes that they claim to be. Read from $1 G5 to $2, but not much being sold, lsrs. Equal to thirty-fou- r thousand dol- enure eiocaai cost, it embrace at the latter figures. I year old. Will pay for her his Utter and 'show that God answers for three Tears, so that, estimating up lars white tnarka; kinds of Feed. Hope to receive Wm. I Moore is reported to be in a Groceries, Drv Good, Xottonn,ttotli-JiiU- , And will swap for return to me or Information of her. Dr. L. prayer by sjnding htm liberally of your tery dangerous condition. J. W. Glvens on this basis for the three years of '83, '81 ltootH, Shorn, liberal share the patronage of the public in general. and '85, there would remain a surplus of F. Huffman, Stanford. abundance. proposes stsrting South early this week eieht thousand dollars. How can a part And In fact erery thiol usually kept In a Dr J. M. Evans, of Paris, one of the with stock, and probably remain a consid- of this surplus be half so well appropriated country store. They were bought ow and we can BTA5JSS?y. A Co, not Respeotfully, Cuenavlt, Severance erable time. Miss Ida Twidwell wbo has a in securing the construction ol a road, offer them at price that wilt astonish the natlres. Com early snd act first choice. wiahlng to carry oTer their ctothlog and State Evangelists, began a meeting at the been spending some dsys at home, has rewhich, estimating its taxable value at three IT. BAILEY. J. A J. Turnenrllle, Ky. George hundred tbouiand dollars, would at the boot to next season, offer their entire Preabytertsn church yesterday A. M. He turned to "Daughter's College. y Is spoken of aa a revivalist of much power Adams and wife leaT to take up present rate of assessment bring annually lock of those good at coat. and the fact that he announced that the their residence at McKinney, Texas. Mrs. Into the county six hundred dollars a 4 To reduce my stock of Dry Goods, Ac,, meeting should be unrectarlan in their W. II. Smith, of Lancaster, who ha been rate of ten per cent, upon an Investment of I offer special inducement In price for the conduct, shows that bis heart is right. The visiting here returned home on Sunday. six thousand dollars? Surely erery memnext week or two. Call and see bow low meeting will be held at 10 A. M. and 6 Clay Powell ahas rented the illedsoo build- ber of your County Court will eagerly emJUNDERJAKER, ing, known the ark, and la Gttlng it up brace this opportunity of bringing wealth goods can ba sold. J. W. Harden. r. M., until furlhernotioe. Dr. Evan held for a hotel. Uriah Dunn has returned and perpetual prosperity to our people A XtID Tub tiieriiometeu was 2 below rero a meeting here thirteen years ago In which from the South looking well and prosper- petition has been drawn up ana is now be Aa Executor of J. O. Owsley, deed., wo will sell at iuz circulated for signatures, requesting public auction, on Friday morning. Several parties got ice over 40 confessed and united themselves ous. It may be of interest to a waiting the County Court to take action looking to N ranging in thickneM from two to three In with the church. (now, don't print it wailing) world, that a donation of right of way, depot grounds, MONDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1882, MAIN ST., STANFORD. dies' Mr. John lliughman filled Ida house. The Baptist meeting, which haa been a this issue of the Journal is published on Ac, and with no intention of asking said door In Dsntllle, Ky., 9) At the moat glorious one to saints and sinners clos- the anniversary of the birth of your vet- court to call an election in order to take Acreaof Laud, altualeonlh Ianrtla snd Htan- Has Juat recelred a full line of Parlor Sutlea, Cham- I LOT t the Rink or on the street last ed In view of the the sense of the people as to voting a tax ford turnpike road. 2X mile from Danrllle, ad- eran est correspondent. after three weeka duration, Sunday rich experience of ber Suites, cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wasbbtands, and six Nothing of the kind ia contemplated, but Joining llcubenU entry, J. W.CIuestand Westley Friday night an amethyst ring, set with beat Cotton Mattresses, Limp Standi, Corner w. night. It is safe to say that no minister of yeara he feels entitled to extend ' his simply to ask said court to apply a portion emtin. j. line touucsi. rq . win point out toe i parties wishing to look at the by boundsry Finder will confer a favor pearls Brackets, Cent e Tables, Extension Ta'the gospel ha in that time labored more pstriarchial hands over all the correspond of the snrplus revenue to the purpose indi- land. Also at the earn lima and place, will aell g bles, Extension Tablea, Parlor Chairs, returning It to me. Mrs K. P Owsley. ten (10) Murea of stock In the Central National earnestly or more faithfullr In the Muter' ent, and most of the readers, and aay cated in this article, or which amounts to IUnk of Danrllle. Also at the ifrHMIMfr99door Chain, Ac. I also keep constantly on band Best calicoes at , 6 and 6 cents; good cause than Rev. II. Allen Tupper. He "Bless you my children." But he didn't the same thing aa to act upon the sugges- InStantord, on MONDAY, JAN. I. '6SJ, (County A lull line ol Robes, Shrouds, Collins and Caskets. the transit, and must wait for the next tions adopted at the meeting held at Mc- Courtday) ITHharesof stock In th Farmers Nasee 9 cents; good conton flannel SJ preached torly odd sermon and the result to gratify his laudable curiosity. By the tional H.uk of Stanford, Ky. Terms made known BBh1 I also keep on hand the celebrated Biyd Burglar u payo sale. JAl'Oll siiiknt, i ,. towrls, large site, 25 is 50 conversions; 41 of whom were addei' way. that cloudy day was a sad mischance Kinney on the 0th Inst. O. and 10 cents; Proof Qraro Vault, guaranteed to be perfect pro Stanford, Dec. 11, II ROCHESTER. a. unr)Li,i, i bents ier pitr; checked cotton 8 cents; lo the Baptist church. Very large crowds to the scientists. During thousand years rermtne, ground bores,gophera, dauip tecllon from good comfort 05 crnla apiece, at D. Kla' have attended the meetings and more inter- or thereabout, they have been busy work ness ind burglars. NKVT DTIHTISKKTS. ing out the plans and purposes, relations ! I aell at figures that cannot be beaten, Call and est haa been evinced than in any meeting jnd laws, origin and ends of this little acBirths. The wives of John Spoona-morsee ms. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to Jloadly Sampon and George Bene- fur years Mr. Tupper has endeared him- complished and finished and worklnc ma AMD self lo this community and goes away bear- chine of ours, called the universe, and just of dict each presented their liege lords with when they were about to determine the a' boy within the last few days and a gen- ing the love and resect of ua all. Rev. J distance between the earth and the aun a -- or. Tim- iiLvr ?tl Casey writes us that Elder M. Bruce, who baa enjoyed the meeting point which they regard as of the vastest tleman from KENTUCKY with a heart felt delight, will baptlie tho-- e atmosphere in Lincoln County .Telephone Co. STANFORD. moment a cloud-ladeJohn Wilson' wife did likewise on the 0th. who wish to unite with his church and tervenes and thsy can't tell any thing We, Oeo. D. Wearen, W, I'. Walton snd J. W. McHobehts A Stauo will open out to- any others, et the railroad bridge near the about it. But so, I suspect, it will ever when the time for "the wreck of Aleorn, do hereby associate oursslres together for DEALER IN day one of the Urgent and most attractive Junction njxt Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clL. be; and ths purpose oiioriiung an locorporaieuuHupany, matter and the crush of worlds" shall to I called and known aa th Lincoln County -- KEErSTUE displays of Christmas goods ever in Stan- Those who hare confessed since our lsst have come, science will still be found con- Telephone Company) and do adopt thus as lb ford, embracing everything from the cheaparticle of Incorporation, ONLY D AKERY IN STANFORD, are D. B Eduiiston, J. E. Farris, Jno siderably behind in her contract.' 1, Th prlt clpal placs of business of th Comps-n- y est toy to the more valuable of seasonable Pope, two Misses Foster, MissWarner, Mis shall b at htanford In Lincoln county, Ky. And sells all kinds or Cases snd Dread. Oysters BOTLE COUNTT. X. The gsueral uature ol tba bus Dew proved Call early before the stock Is Alice Uiinton, Robt. Gaines, Jr, T. D. and Fish scried at all boura. Us keeps Iirecents. to be transacted ta the establishment, construction HOUSE HIIOEN, IIOItSE SHOE NAILS, Oanrilte. . Newland and Newell Elmore. and maintenance of lelepbou line from Confootloitury FAB8INO AWAY. to M'lun.y and llusioarllls snd such other Tlio Flntwt GiunuMawjuekadk On Friday night, Falling like the Autumn leaves. Another poloti aa may ba hereafter selected. Erer In town fur the accommodation of both ladles LAND, STOCK AND CROP. stock shall amount 3. sged and respectable cltlxen baa closed his tbsn The hindrtd of capital nor more thasbeounot less and gentlemen. All be aixa Is a (.all. 22d,a Masked Skating Carnival will be Ot thoudollars six First-cla- s Ulley bay press for sale, eves In eternal slumber. Ubedlah Uarnet. saud dollsrs. to b dlrlded Into share or ten dolgiven at the Stanford 0xr House Rink. CORN life at his home In lsrs each, and to b paid ratably on such share aged 82, departed this The maskers will be admitted free. All John Bright, Stanford. of Directors. required by th Boyle county on Friday night. In his wbtuerer corporation Is to Hoard insure on lb Via cow 4 lh College. John Bright sold to J, Owsley Evans younger days Mr Garnet waa a member of day of Uecsmber, 1811, and shall cndui for twsn-- t other person will be charged admission. yesis from tbsi dat unless sooner dlsaolred A programe of the entertaiument will a p. 8 yearling callle at $;)5. the legislature, bherlu and has always held stock ol Its nismbsrs. NTANFOltl), KY. mijorlty of The cotton crop I estimated at 6.488.- - a high position in the estimatiou of his by5 Thesflalraof lb the corporation an to L conEVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, pear in the next Issue 000 bales agalnt 0,000.000 last yttr. countymen. He leaves the testament of a ducted by a Hoard of fir Directors, of whom three auoruu fur the trasucllon of With Died in the asylum. Mr. M. D. Elshall conslltut uorn la retting In arren at SI ou per good example. Full Corps of Teachers, business. Tb first election of Directors shsll be A SAD ACCIDENT. more received a telegram Saturday from barrel. It Is worth $3 25 delivered here. heldonlbeWh dsy of December, 18i, sod Ihe Martin, Thomson A Co. bought In Mra. Sallle Johnaon, wife of W. B, Johnson, regular siectloos thereafter ahall ba bald on th This Institution will open Its Tblrleeuth Session Anchorage Asylum telling him of the the on lbs 2d Monday In beptember next. QUEENS WABE, GLASSWARE, Woodford, 20 large mule at $170 per who lives on Cemetery street, wss killed by first eaturday In December of each year. None to th stock ol th corporation death of his brother, Matthew Elmore, wh6 head. but a fall down a flight of step on Saturday shallshareholders eleglbU Directors, and soy Dirsctor b OK A ALL T11K BUANCllEtt has been confined there as a lunatlo sever-The widow Menefee sold to Jese Fox night. Mr. Johnson was about 50 years of cesslug 10 be shareholder shall racste bis office. cattle at 31 age and perhaps her sight was a utile dim- Ths Board of Directors, quorum coocurrlng.ihall years. Ills remains were brought her 10 head of about 1,000-lb- , power of appointment and reuoralof all THOROUGHENGLJSHCOUBSE bar med About duk, with a lamp In her such tb manning agents a tbsy shsll deem necessary He was in hi cent. for interment yesterday. Comont, &o. Also Dr. 1, B. Montgomery sold three hand, she started down stairs and In mak for properly conducting th business of ths Ars taught, as well u thirty-firs- t yesr head of cattle at 4 and 41 cents, weight ing the turn at the bead of the landing, . The highest amount of Indebtedness or liabilmissed the first step and plunged headlong ity to which ths Cuupany shall at any aubject MTJBIO. TUB LANGUAGES. DH AWIlAYINQ bought out the harness and sad- 1,105 to 1,300. W, D Sutherland haa purchased orer down the entire flight. She died about 2 Itself la net to exceed four hundred dollar. ING AND FAINTING. dlery business of 'Squlr W. It. Carson, I 3,000 barrel of corn in Clark county and o'clock, probably from a fracture of the In- - 7. Trlrat property Is to b exempt from corporAnd tho shop at my sta- Is still buying all he can get at f 2 per bar iwr lable nf the skull, wounding a blood al debts. will open out a first-o"I. A member shall bar tb right to withdraw repairing IM be rel, delivered. at any tlm after from th Incorporation vessel, No autopsy was held. ble, where all kinds of the Board of Directors shall determine Mr. A. It. Glbbs. of Lancaster. Kv.. In Tuition, price rang from flfi to ISO In tb doSafatth lowest rate. Prof. 8. M cheated. brought a car load of hogs. 48 In number, Up to, this tlm our people have been cheat- lbs auouut to b ncelred by such member on his regular Departments, rritnary, tti; InUruiodlst Qattk-None claim a better flow, but hope to have aa equal. Reofi- -, wilhdrsvsL I IW, and OuJlfglste, MO. in charge of the shop and will to the city yesterday, and the 'total weight ed In testimony whereof, w bar hereunto sub- Hi out of the pleasure of seeing the safe ing, &o., done oh short notice, be glad to see his friends both aa to harnesa waa 17.970 bounds, being th largest aver burglsr brought here for trial. By trick- scribed eur names, this lib day ot Deoeaber, lit, For full particulars, as to Board, Ac adMraea OtO. D. WKAUCN, T. M. JOU.NSTON, age for a number of years. V ery, and perhaps bribery, he was turned and the veterinary business. A. T. W, P. WALTON, MIUI. H. V, TKUEHKAKT. lrl-elii- al, Baloemon. 103.41 etxnroid, Lincoln Co., Ky, J, VY. ALCOKN. DAVID SKINNKK, loose In Cincinnati. U Dr. Clifton Fow.er sold yesterday to Col Hall Anderson, the nontilar nostmaat. er at Lancaster, his fsrm in the West End, Imt A dark green plume between ronisming ivu acres ror 911,000, equsl to llaptlst Church and W. F. Rum.eV Fin- $fig per acre. Ills one of the heat farms In that end of the county, as well as on of der will please lute at thli office. 12, 1882 the best Improved. . Col. Anderson will not IIcck Merritt, the willful murderer of occupy the nlaca himself but will remain preaent Chrwtma Le line can had at J. In the dry good W. Hayden'. EL 3P. Fall anfl Wiate 30 DAYS ii By frOOflft. Mmk -- OWSLEY I WII.Ii HIXIj my- - and Clothing for tho next and Clothing Specialty. at greatly reduced prices. Heavy P. NEW FALL AND -- WINTER STOCK ten-ye- slx-pe- ret-elr- McAI-Isler- '. DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FUMISHINGG00DS,HATS,BO0TS,SHOES, lie;-ula- Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. LTTLE'S. Urst-clara Lan- .... lint, I Hy-la- g J.o. IEOEmiEIt brain-wear- . FarmOO y one-ha- lf l.Ul-U7- nsrer-talhn- g WM. DAUGHERTY r, - NOTICE f MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. Fine Carriages, Buggies, r. Fropr. fler-war- j 103-- U H jk FINE and its Still Reputation, a ii AND PHAETONS. flrit-cl- buy-In- 10!-2- -1- Uantua-Makln- S9-- II fel3m of ') afloiVeefi T3aA.XEJ, ch o AT COST! OLOS3BOUT y first-cla- Having bought out II. Itaughman, will keep on linml nice lot Horses and which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. are also in THE COAL. all a A. c. MUNJVEL1EY, 101-- PUBLICSALE B. linml, Bnnk Slock, Ac. Court-IIou- te K. WEAREN, TT 2?Hl Dealer iii Furniture Jwk9l three-scor- e Din-lo- CouiI-Ho- uj &1bSUtail g n j, iLLJLSB T"J e, CONFECTIONERY Articles Incorporation BAKERY! n J. T. HARRIS w iSH9iBliH Mi Mils itl SHELLERS, rt Shelf Hardware, Iron, bun-for- d Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, Stanford Female a Straw Cutters. Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, Sto ves.Tinware, Fruit Jfnvs 3ri'oceiies9 fe$alt9 at Xjiiiie, Com-pe- THIS CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, GKNUINX: OIsIVIHl CMII.TJCD TERMS MODERATE. Frsp-rato- jy, H novik y- KTT. Tuesday Morning, December acAXBixAriAX 12, 1882 hoxestt. Tho tntTcier in Sweden tintl Norway co many customs which Indicate that tho pcoplo mo unusnnlljr courteous ami Loaest, At tho rftilwAjr dining stations, lanro tablo is set in tho center of n pacions room. Upon it are displayed it.yrictr of tempting dishes and piles el warm plates with knives, forks and r jsapkks. Tho passengers enter withont confusion, walk aronnd tho central tnljlo, select what dishes they liko licst, and Uicn scat themselves at litllo morblo tables scattered in tho room. Every person, remembering that his neighbor mny fancy tho dish of which ho partakes, helps himself witii moderation. For the dinner a fixed sum is charged, about 39 cents ; but, wine, beer and coffee being extra, tho guest tells how much of each ho has drank. Ills word is taken without question, ns no ono watches him. Onboard tho steamboats three meals n day aro served, which, however, aro included in tho price of tho passage. After each meal, tho passenger who has partaken writes his name in a largo book and records under it what ho has eaten or drunk. When ho is ready to go aslioro, ho calls one of tho waiters a girl who puts tho price against every item, adds np tho amount, and puts tho sum sho receives into her pocket. 'When tho money becomes too heavy she gives it, without counting, to tho stewardess. All is left to the honesty of tho pcoplo. Instead of this confidenco begetting laxity, it makes ono careful to pay to tho uttermost penny. Ilis honor is at stoke, therefore ho feels obliged to bo very particular. Mr. Da Chailln tells of a servant girl who brought him a gold locket, which ho had dropped on tho kitchen floor tho previous ovening, while displaying his curiosities. Why did you not keep it ? " ho said, ployfully?" "How then," sho answered, "could ever walk erect, and look people in tho I faco?" He once hod hard work to mako a xnair accept a small sum of money which he had earned. The honest fellow had s traveled on in tho soft snow for an hour to reatoro to Mr. Du Choilla his gold watch and chain, which ho had left under his pillow at tho house whero tie slept the evening before. Only by showing him that he was paid for his loss of time, and not for returning what did not belong to him, could ho bo per suaded to accept the money. Youth' Companion. snow-shoe- "7 14 IT DEPENDS OX THE BAIT. 4 y Eels is bitin very good this winter," observed a Newtown man to tho Eagle's cashier as ho fished around in his pocket for a marriage notice' and' paid tho expense of insertion ' Catch many?" asked tho cashier, checking the notice. '"Doin'protty well, pretty well," replied the old man. "Iketchedono tho other day that was considerable eel. To seo I went to tho crick in the mornin' and cut'o hole in the ice and dropped tho hook. In about a minute I knowed I had a bite and I went for him. When I'd got ten yards of him ont I began" " Got what ?" demanded tho cashier. " Ten yards of him. To see, I couldn't tell how big ho was goin' to bo, sol just pulled his head over my shoulder and streaked for homo, only a mile. Then I followed along bock to tho hole, and ho wasn't all out yet I" " How big was he ?" asked tho cashier, with round eyes and standing liair. " Hold on till I tell ye. Then I takes another grip on him and reaches for home again, but that didn't seem to fetch the whole of him. Well, sir, I traveled between the house and tho hole all day long, and when I got him out ho mado a coil oa my farm a quarter of a milo in diameter and 100 yards high I Fact, sir I I.tell ye he was considerable eel I" fc "What kind of bait do you usually Boo for that size of eel ?" naked the cajh-(e- r, sarcastically. . " Whisky," roplied tho Newtown man. " Ijuod three pints of whisky on that eel Drank it the night bofcre, you THKAVTHOH OF "A FOOVM EMtAXflV OO BAHT t MACK WAT.XVT CVLtVKX Lincoln County Farm For Sale! xwo DTSTixavitmr.n iKArxtxRa. ttt OUUIII-IIKUio mooting of tho' Indiana SUtlJ II. l. oiorrimn, At Two young ladies of Tcrro HAt. MKTIItlDinr, erery HunJay morning and I omnot' entirely given over to fflftVrfnraal trlvattlr tnr firm nf 173acr Board of Agriculture, Mr. W..H. Harmi Prayer Meeting enry ntgnt except th 'hlrxl VIA LOUISVILLE wero returning from California. The on lilt Hirer, ( mile Fmlot Hlanfonl. within Thnralay night. Sunday Hchonl at t.OO a. . forays ossoclato an esthetio ahalfmll of Iho new turnpike now btlngeon-atrnrt- iter. II, t. inn Tnt parlor car thoy wero in was crowded with trad n paper on block walnut, in which with laziness, and n lazy man doesn't ouirinveniirui, mi n." Anea- - mfn., Mlaalonery Blety meet Irom Stanford lo rmehrmlll. her on in in from the dwelling lolheplk. , cedent passengers. At a small station n woman he gnvo tho following directions for know what rest means. h st o'clock. Mr T. T. I am glad I am I 10 brick & MISSISSIPPI W. liulMInn arewith fin and frame, with themroom.planting nnd cultivating: Preimroyour iif,ident. in showy altiro entered and demanded mnlaprlng. Mm ol Well watered iy iom tho ladies, but really I den't ham)wi-Bg-:IArat-lmrrTement leal water. laa. Including a wholo section of sleeping car. It was ground by brooking and n alike a QnoeQ'Anno chir. ,; I know it th fencing. Tcrroe liberal. AddreM er call on 13 en Second and r'oatlh Mundaya, morning and tho foil. Furrow U offjcach wayas you night, Prayet Meeting erery Welnedy afterMMN.NAHAM t'OOH. not to bo had, and tho conductor, brake-ma0 DAILY TRAINS 3 isTliigli art; btttljust think of eno hunStanford, Lincoln county Ky. noon, Sunday School at 9.30 A, at. R. K. Barrow porter and cook, who seemed to would for corn, except that tho rows dred and odd pounds of muscular ChrisSuperintendent. Louisville to Cincinnati! worahlp by th congregation bo impressed with tho now passenger's should Iks about seven feet apart, Tako tianity resting in n spindle-shank- ed CHRISTIAN. Prrarhlnghy Dr. J. W. Cot the nnts fresh from tho trees it is not u3l importance, wero all painfully exercised THE EAST AMD NORTH. on Flm and Third Lord's data, Sunday School Queen Anne chair. Then again I can't at 9 13, Joe, Hererance, Superintendent. to know where to put her. They looked necessary that thoy should bo hulled ; say om in lovo Frtt rirlor Can n.l Ntw Vitj Ctechrt Without TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER I T)RFJnvfERIAN, POlTIl" -- lte. I. ". McKI-- 1 with those now chanI Chng. at tho other passengers with scorn, and placing two nuts in each crowing. This deliers mado in imitation of a tallow-diroy, peMor. Sunday Sehod at .t0. John W. Kent, Sujvrtntendenl. Union Prayer Meeting on TIIISOKFER IS MADE nV THE seemed, without exactly asking, to de- is to insure getting a good stand. Tho 4 1 DAILY TRAINS witli a gutter of smut running down Wednreday night. mand an apology for their appearanco nnus should be covered' very shallow, .the sides. Then there are thoe narrow- IjoiiIn NEW YORK OBSERVER liOiiiHvlllc in Uio car where they had paid for rights jnit enough earth to hido them. In tho m. iiuiiDiriT, aockoii.jars in a JnpMwso camn-et- so Theoldeitand bett of Hie religion! wrekllea. For of all this spring Uio land should Iks farrowed'off and privileges. Tho causa ility yean, thla undenominational, unaeclarlan AND THE WEST. frail that ono is afraid of enjoying a and erange Ileal newspaper ha been circulating In ATTOII N EY AT LAW, commotion was very blonde, very large, midway lctwcen tho rows of nut; and hearty laugh th United Stale and In elracxt eterr lor gn Can snil Dr OnwhM loSI. Lotiti With for fear of breaking up Slttr-lnfcountry, llaautxicflbera ar counted by ten of very richly clothed and very swell. tho spaces plonled with corn orpototoo. 8100 worth out UUtDf Mt. Vornon, Ky. of high art. Do you know inouunji. ucn year lie propneion naf aoneni Cultivate as vou wonld a corn cren bv When it seemed impossiblo to get her a to Itaealue. eneeatne frcali tdlloraan.l rarrremml- 2 8 DAILY TRAINS J enjoy seeing a man lying with his feet abroad, cnlarglrg and multiply- entaat hunieanl Will pracllc hla profee.lon In Rockcaill and wholo section, or even halt a ono, sho cross plowing, being careful to givo thd 10 rvaiini on tho sofa ? I know it's rough on iho Louisville to Indianapolis, Chicago, lag ita urparimeniitheanu vnuraroringand Secular adjoining rountlee and In th Court of Appeala, Ileal llellglou their high Meal ol Ppecial attention glreu to collectlona, turned to tho young ladies and said : young trees a fair chaneo and good clean Famllr rfewenanar. Thav offer thla rear to erTho second Mimic thin out sofa, but it's tho best thing for tho man. aSD the mouth ery inWilkr, new and old. whowulcrlplJen la "Will you consent to tako tho ripper culture. I often wonder when I get into a parlor lor I8J, the ntw looa 01 liar. B. irrnwua section and lot mo hnvo your plants to ono trco to the hill If lcrth of your Tbrouih Kid D. !., entltlcl "Frayer and lla Aniwer." RmIIdIbk Chair . filled with all iho ,V . . .. of csthcti-cis- Dy Cotchrt and Without Chance. Can !. a haotleoraa roluma of nearlr 300 twice, hound In tho lower?"' '""" '" pnces entirely missing,"jncy STASIOIID. KY la II. what it was all for. I liko n par- For "fVmttilngtan, Hntllninrc. l'hllfMlel-ptili- cloth, the retail prlc of whichAiwrwa Specimen copi'w 01 ine paper aeni irte. "Sorry wo can't obligo you," replied may bo filled by transplanting from llio new lark nml Motion, - Propriotor. NEW VOKK OII8ErtVKIt,Nw York. W. T. WALTON, hills containing duplicates. Tho second lor where the children con turn somerd fairies; "bnt ono of tho saults without fear of what is coming Thli It th Very test Iloute, i You Hate Mo really wo prefer to keep tho lower borth ond perhaps tho third year it will pay-tmiDga oi irain. rohiotelerrts ol $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 6liofSlage, 2xM. r.lght meiuairx ganery,Scen cultivoto com between ilia rows, aftor after. High art I SoincWly told mo ery Pealing capacity, ivu. ourselves." lleaaonabl that tho cover of Scrlbner'i Monthly was i Hate Throaih Dr Coitktioa AIITrilaal rale to good attraction.. Addreaa Then tho big blondo straightened her wnicli tho trees should bo remilarlv cub n specimen aa alnre. of it. I remarked I couldn't a-- ' Have No Midnight Changes I self up, throw inoflablo contempt and livated nnlil thoy fully occupy tho The Boat, Nowalost and Oboapost mako ont just which way tho snako was a? Nowspapor In tho South. superhuman importance into her palo ground so as to keep down by- - thoir Artlta at 61. Louli t Hoara U Adfaate of STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, going. Ho was inclined to bo offended, Other LUta, llmibj Mulling more lime lor Tho eyes and said: "Perhaps you don't shado all weeds and cross. KV DEPOT ST.HTANIORI), making chan of carl and (tiling Aral choir period at which cultivation may bo but all I could Imagino of tho design know who I am ?" at acata In can of connecting llnea. Post! The Semi-Week- ly was n reminder of n snako crawling 11,0. WIDE, "No, wo don't," replied tho Torre discontinued can not bo definitely stated, backward or forward, or, perhaps, a Hanto girl, in a tono of sereno indiffer as much will depond on tho character of To Indlanapolla and Chicago, and tho only Ererylodyahouldtakelt. Baixl lIJa along newadayaloadfanieof th It aire th hint tno seasons and quality of tho soil. Of dish of vermicelli soup on a pieco of '.St llneiltlngliaf.atroni ence. Monument, tb ihorea ol Lako Michigan. It la ilcruncrntlr, but and for leta money courso seven feet each way will bo too brown paper. "I will tell you," said tho woman of lleadtlooea, II polltlca, In allhaanitlmliileirnilenlthe Wet reading Tho boy that quits his public school Tablett.Ae. silks and jewels, as her faco bloated and cioso for permanent trees, bnt, as thoy contain the beat newt mmraary Marble Work Kor Ticket. Ratee, Time, Maw. Ae., ffplr o editorial, and th I I market Ibe will protect each other when small and or his collego ought to bo induced, or Ticket Agent or Connecting I.lnes, or matter- all lorbeat I IU er year. wormed with "I am only ot all klnda flogged, if need be, to prevent him from addrcM rally execuMrs. Colonel Dunlcvy Wickersham" mako much better growth, it is prefer- K. N. BROWN, Southern ranerger Agt.. ted and entering at once upon a business life. SKXIi FOR sriX'IMEX COPIES. guarS. K. Cor. tth and Main Sit, Loulitllle, kf. Wickersham is known all owo to havo them closely plariicd. (Dunlcvy anteed. Let him spend his timo on a farm. I Or, to J. D. HILMIenl. emigrant Agt., Errry farmer, eiery merchant, erery trader and Lebanon, Kentuckyalong that end of the road ns a bonanza When thoy begin to grow tho altermutt hare II. Subscribe at one I lurnlth-e- d don't know how it is, but in every place (7 V you get 101 papen and double the Remember man bushels of monoy so much that nate tree in each row niav bo removetL oo applicaI'vo been truo American labor was dying reading matter gltrn by an ordinary wrekly for tion. Tho trees thus removed will bo of suffi ho needs nothing more). and tf.Va, th II come to you f irirei n icrrk. or out. I wont into a prayer meeting in KENTUCKY CENTHAL R. Hand 1HC DUCtSCS OP "Aro you, indeed?" replied the Hoos-ic- r cient sizo to bo useful in various wnys on . remit direct money lo our agent In your county to ut, Maino tho other day (they go to prayer YOUTH nnrl MANHOOD LOUISVILLE FOST, maiden, not at all overwhelmed. tho farm. A second thinninc will, in a IT Tit LouliTllle, Ky. Maino yet), and they wero ACUIDCTOHraiTM WITH "Perhaps you don't know who I am?" few years, bo necessary, taking tho al meeting in -- THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE T- OOUT McgiciNt. r SBSI SBBL V. ItV Alllkrll MN',JSear-singing : " There Is Rest for tho Weary," s OMCB ' Madomo Bonanza's faco said that sho ternate trco tho other way. Tour peri. i 'ii thoy havo placed ncii r and, American-lik- e, il lrltt Willi llrxa a.. Irtil rel atr r didn't, and also that sho hod some curi- manent trees will now stand fourteen (Jin., a.. I iI haven of rest " beyond tho Jordan." n ii feet opart each way, a sufficient dktanco that an.1 rieclrte Hell ll It osity. ! oeripllon And decidedly tho Topular Route, affording, toco of the doe. Iea change and auperlor aceommodatli ' It or 3 Addreta I'll . bar for a number of years, though not for Nations have passed off tho COUNTKY GKNTI.K3IAN 1 "Well, I am Mrs. General Grant," Milwaukee, Wl,. THE PUBLISHER, Do. 214, by disregarding lesser laws than said her companion, who largo trees, bnt the thinnings will al- earth Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Missouri, "And I," Tin saT or tiiic that of American restlessness, Judge hod hitherto kept client, "am Queen ways pay a largo per cent, on tho valuo The Morth, Northern and Weet. In fact, If joa Tburgee' lecture on Heat. your Inlereat coot inplato a trip In any direction, of tho ground occupied. Victoria." win 0 i laerrea or purcnauug yuur self-cur- e " "... U HACK 1IKFOHE and Cincinnati. ITraloiMcU way 1; full JJrtvtl. Madamo Bonanza subsided. Indian-apolif The Country tlentleman la the leading journal New Day Coarhe. and "OLD BOB AtrDloBJHCTTEAOmxa." d practiIn tho good old times it would have man Palace Can; Elegant A feewrti rreertpUori of on of It Jlcvlctv. handMmely furDlthod Reclining Chair Can torm of American agriculture. In amoant nil Boat extent of " Object teaching " is not always suc been considered a breach of good breed- thereby miking equlcmcnti thlaIhll Old lUllable,a cal talu of con tenia, In of pa per and ability ofpub inow noted and tore cure of.peciall.it In la U.H. th unequalrd JTerw w OetyeKu retired! roe th lino on ol In quality a trip orer andat;lr rul jt I MtlAfi. II nreuJIea fl fc. JganAwexl, It emeaeDrugguueaalUlii. t'llLT rink. It ll sat down comfort and pltaaar. Try It. "TUB SUPERLATIVE" AT 1'UJtLIO cessful, us tho following incident, re ing, if not open sin, to liovo kiptaln sealed ermloperwe). llared to bar no auperlor In either ol the three DIXXBRS, lated by tho Youth's Companion, will to a meal without returning thanks, Addrait DR. WARO A CO.. Lswlttaaa, Ms, OCT. 13, JJJI. chief dlrlelona of TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT I onco attended a dinner given to a show : A gentleman calling his serv- Uut times have, now so greatly changed nml l'rorenmm, Itortt- SOCTU. No.. No. 4. No.. t'ttrm great stato functionary by functionaries ant ono day informed him ho wished him that the religious rito referred to is Mr rulture nml men of law. stato and trade. Tho to learn tho names of books in tho Bihlo 100 am 1 10 p m SOOpm Morknnit VnlrvtitOr much more honored in tho breach than Lre. Covington- -' 10 p o 9 to a m ltpm Falmouth. guest was a great man in his own coun "Now," said he, minor lOtiapru While IS HERE EXFRESSEDl 10 M a m IN will tell you tho in tho observance. Tho chango which " Cjntblana ln 10 17 rural It alau Includes Iall lDUltrT department ol 11 30 am ai tie 0 Jt fMt CltWUt 1IIU TNI HIT " Itlpn II 10 pm ogy, Inlereat. aueh(IrranhoUM and Yard, tjltomol- try, and an honored diplomatist in this. first and during tho day 1 will ask yon has within the lost half century or so Arr, l'arii Wripery. 11 13 p Lexington. f 33 pm 1113 pm pm Repllea, Farm Uumtlona and Auwrra, kattU. JiilMTtll. HUlL I 23 p m T to p m was drunk witu somo ac what it is to seo if yon remember ; it is taken place in tho boarding system, in Lre. Leilngton His health I'MtUlsMM ... 1 llAHlltl U aoJ a lilpv 129pm II 10 am Klrr.Ua Reading, lK.iue.lle Loonomy, Mirket auu dtrt4H.fto4 u CnT . i(f .JrurlMi. lbtbotabovl ie Arr. Wlncbeater In r Ita knowledgment of his distinguished scr Genesis. of Ot houses as well as restaurants, has I Um lit. Sterling I 21 p m a 00 p in II t3am mary areth Newa of rsiiriattil-r- e4 I en ntlr lewxl iilu unuaually cowplete, and much attention p J Aihlind.... vtU toMskUtbhos with vices to both countries, and followed by ! ,)( Til am fpall to Ibe Protpecti of Copa. ae throwing light to I tbl Ua ' i tt. 11 rOrtMMStt UPl Later in the day Bob was callod, but doubtless had something to do with Huntington IMpia ol I kT upon the moat Impoi tint of all qneatlona-Whe- n mt t trJ y twi tkAt attiar foe nino cold hurrahs. Thero was tho vic- he could not remember what it was. No.h. bringing about a change, as in a it ' r wti thl No. a. I No.l ih tttini NotTU. itiT rtllj UUuy and when to Sell. It la llWrally Mutini. !) fjtwlleflb MtttU Then the great official ed and U lnt.oJe.1 to aupply In a continually ious superlative. company it would provoke Lto. Huntington lf " Now," said tho master, "I havo a e SO a m degree, ami In th beat aenteof the term, sMristKhmypr-eMlfit- i. l4fc PH 7 13 a m Aahland I 1U t spoko and beat his breast, and declared way to impress it upon your mind so risibility to ask a blessing on the viands ? Ibvn, Iu4 ju Vui mAf Mffteft Mt. tjterllog... UUin 3 to a m Nowspapor. A Livo Agricultural To every yqumr. iuiuu. hie ar old man that ho shonld remember this honor to you cannot forget it. Now, ,Bob, we laid on the table, more especially in a Winchester-A- rr. II 11 pm 6 10 a m troubled with ntrvaut cr rhyIcal debiliLexington. l lo p m 7 to a m tho latest moment of his existence, Ho havo a horso in tho stable; what do wo saloon. Brooklyn Eagle. The Volume ot the Country llentlenun for lM ty or imro.vnce voeleKt clrottUr U vent 1 00 p m 7 43 a m 300pm Lre. Islington Ita aln L Hrnl full Rddn-e- e on poetftl card ta pm IHia 3 0pm wia greatly KNI.AilOKD by Increailng atlll con. 130 " l'arl... was answered again by officials. Pity, call it?" HARRIS KXMCDY 18 lil 4 la am Cynthlana t Vmi lllpa 10 12 aa m fttapm from copytoon pagea weekly, but the termflO, and ai tvtVkt KQd twcoavtni J of Ui-CO. fit. Loull, Mo W wni rottrsvUr rtmtdr tinue at follow!, when paid atllctly In adraec Hall' Catarrh Cure la taken Internally m 4 10 p m thought I, thoy should lie so about their -. raimoum.. "Jennie." year, ti6v; four coplea, It acts directly upon the blood and the ma Arr. CoTington. 3 43 p ml 11 83 a m tlOpm Un copy for th year frrw to the aenderof additional keen sensibility to tho nine cold hurrahs " Correct, and we havo a little girl in com surfaces of the system. Prise, 75c. ihecluu; ten coplea, I , and an a.ldltlonal copy MAVSVILLE DIVISION. and to tho commonplace compliment of the kitchen, what do wo call her? " for th jear frr to the render of Iho club. Maya till 3 pm. 9 A1I new auhacrlbere for ltH3 aylng In For sale by Pennj & McAliater, Stanford. No. 10 Lr. LexingtonSOU am. Arr. Lexington S 10pm world valuo truth, a dinner. Men of the No, Uam ' Mar Hill now will recelr the paper weekly Irom re"Bis." VSam Mij.rill I, If Catarrh has destroyed your eenee of No.ll " U- - I11 t Mmm " T.ln.lAHUhm ceipt of admlttameti January aa ll3. without in proportion to their ability, not by its Mn I. ! to. " Very well. Now, put tho two AdJree specimen roplee free. charg smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will Of gether and sacredncss, but for its convenience. LllTIIKH TfC'Ht.K A ft OX. Genhavo Jennie-Si-s jou 93- No. 0 run dally, and hae day coachta from PublUhMB, Albany, N. V. cure jou, 75 cents per bottle. Druggists I compoaod of Uctbal and MucilHItnoua onMi AHtwciallv of dinlomatists. ono has lo Waihlmton. Tullman Kleenera to Kana esis. I think you can remember it until the aitttnc nftli wha Falla, W.Va. and Reclining Chair Car to Lex sell it. right to expect wit and ingenuity to a Luiiiii, xiieclortea 111 aicilit mailer ington, stop only at atatlona on K. u. u. it. $100 REWARD that cuiieeta i the Uroo Mat Jula,nudlormat la alien. No. 1 rum dally, except where time avoid tho He, if they must comply with th oolltlitK coallnK, whnlt relle clcaueIr. "Tes, Bah." coachcato Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't Sunday, haa throughSunday; llun'lngtoa. No. II ritation t ciiimj th rough alrrniflhena tho form. Now, I had been present, Tho noxt morning Bob was summoned be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken 4 run dally, etrept parlor car haalhrongh coachea3 theliiiiarllliniurlHea,ilI.ea.e.iuruTor. toUayartll. No. to Jit. bterllog and tUiilienciifeebleit by and littlo before, in the country at a cattlo- - to appear before his master. , r rum dally; baa elegant day coach from tVatblng- N33AV VOltlC. 1HHU, LKod, internally. Price, 75 cents. . I.kIIm.i, Uluh- - tmwit X.ll .tul att tli rirtu,m.,'ion of th colli oltrnliar., tha show dinner, which followed an agricultnl In nerroataytr hllRlit Bob. Can you givo to ClnclnnatL Only " parlor car from Lexlng-oroiiliimplloii. Ilia tUiiRcrnna to neglect More people hare read THE fll'N during the atop. No. 1 ad t run dally, except discourso delivered by a farmer; mo ttire ural A the nomo of the first book in tho Aiplr tli renioilythoirom.lly. that hem. and ham through coachea from Huntlogton rear lull now Daeainz man erer uerore eino It wae a.Htiion 'itw.run'a tho discourso, to say tho truth, was bad; Bihlo this morning ? " and Mt. Sterling. Mrect connection at Islington nr.1 prlole.1. No other new, piper publlihed on teatoltw iry l.een foniulllial laa boughtand aide of the earth baa tier t noremeilr thla with atageafurKichmonl,r4y.,Lawrenceburg,k,y and ono of our village fathers gavo at ir lie ad iruiit t..4Tff.., TUTT'S IXPECTORAKT. and veruiue, a.y. "Tcs,sah." We ererre.iU.lr Informed thit (1. W. UKMDEIt. tho dinner this toast: "The orator of a L. AIlllOWN. and llkaThe Juu lor lb followingpeople bur. learT AahiKlffiluae rnlara lh l,ililrRtii,.uWura M CEUBBATED cure the nuxt lnflimmatlon,andlta ut reamne. aiuouj "Well, what is it?" Oen'I Part. Tat. Agt. buperlntendcnt. A ilea.nt cnrdll,cbll-i- l obttlntte enngh tho day : his subject deserves the atton other: Ueneral omces, urtngtoo, n.y, For rranp It 1 "Do olo hoss, soli." prraeut In atlraellr. re ii lake It readily. Pecauxlta naw column df& Al l tion of every farmer." Tho caution of in t form and with IbegrrateatpoeilM accuracy what lliralualile arte,ahoiid ftl In erery family. Molllea. a ll. I BUBfrjSBlES. In erer ha. Inlereat far humankind; the eventa, lb tho toast did honor to our villago father. deeda and roladeeila, the wladoiu, th phlloaophr aenae, th Cincinnati, New Orleans the notableall Ibethe ailld the builrat Impnrlnt Tho number of breweries in Great follr, wish great lords and diplomatists had I world naw of nonaenaw as much respect for truth. Ralph Britain in 1880 was 24,114 ; in Germany, preacnt rerolrlngla ipace. & Tezas Facinc Recauae people haralrarueil that In Ita remark 23,940 ; in the United States, 3,293 ; in Emerson, in the Century. Waldo raua and arlalra The Sun luakea concerning o wonrut - CHURCH DIRKCTqRT. nt I dirt-roa- d i.J,. c GrTJPT p, , to tit, Hn n jim-crac- a, OPERA HOUSE, o, pink-checke- o n II ll week-H- e, - JVK. BBBBBBahfc - fwLuKsA vk-- Mill-facti- gna rail-ma- CINCINNATI! 1831t'If,V;i1883 'rin lJ .; Agricultural Weeklies. L- luiu-rlou- J fi -3- - "reuable FREE! !. Ci-o- Frult-Oroirtn- a, spiainEnfflishl V mn-r--m "I l,-ofut- -- 1 biur c TUTT'S EXPEGTORANT ! THE STJ3ST Good-mornin- Bun-da- y, H lX leer e,T TUTT'S beJ-U- siiAitiis-- nxs. Thoy are France, 3,100 ; in Belgium, y, 2,600; in Sharks' fins, dried, are sold in every Chinese shop in New York. knowl" Tho result of which was that his marriage notice west into the death column, sad the cashier sat around and chewed his SaikTll.'day. Brooklyn Eagle. lormtoDY squelched, Mrs, Topnoody was much agitated over the roports of small-poand. tho .oilier evcuhig when Mr. Topnoody camo in she said : " Mr. Topnoody, aro thero nny now coses of small-po?" ji'f'YoB.Jdcar," ho replied, serenely, " Oh, whora are they ?" x In Pittsburgh, dear." VJndeed? Have you been ed dear, but I'm not afraid anyway. The amall-po- x lias too much senso to tako bigjitrongiman like mo." ""Bh, it has, has it? Well, Topnoody, I wish I had boon tho small.pox when I was young." "Wliydoar, I thought you feared it " Tes, r' '' vaccinat- mortally?" know it, Topuoody; but if I'd bgaja the small:jox theu maybe I would have had too much' senso to tako you, "I too." Then she looked at hiui with that cool, insMioft slgnilicaneo of a woman ho ho a man where the hair is short, and Topnoodgot up and wont out into tho kitchen to start a &n,i'(eubenvlll9 Herald. imported from China. Thoro aro thrco kinds, of which tho best are tho fins of tho white shark. Theso aro worth $3.00 per pound. Tho poorest kind, which are known as black shark fins, aro sold for half as much and even less. Shark's fin is a popular dainty among Chinamen It is salted and dried for export, and Belgiun, 8,000,000 ; in Franco, 7,000,-00- 0; in Russia, 3,000,000; in Holland, looks like a section of whalebone when raw, but boiled in water a gelatinous 2,000,000, etc Russia has tho largest substanco is extracted which is esteemed breweries, and there is on avcrago production of 0,950, hoctoliters in each, very savory. A siKjciea of stow mado of shark's fin, Denmark being credited in this respect to each dried oysters, rice and peppers is n which 6,250 hectoliters Austria-Hungarchampion Chinese dish. Dried oysters brewery; 4,770; aro ordinary bivalves, extracted from tho United States, 4,182; Franco, l'OOO ; Ger tho shell, dipped in salt and strung on 2,355 ; Great Britian, has tho itrings to dry in tho sun. They coino many. 1.650. Norway from China and look for all tho world smallest breweries, with an nverago of liko figs. John Chinaman infinitely 1.300 hectoliters. prefers them to the freshost of fresh THE aitAXDFATIIEH'S WISDOM. "When I was young," says a young oysters he can buy here. Mussels, conks and clams are preserved by him in the man, mournfully, "my venerable grand father never used to tip me, his invarieamo way. able excuso being : ' At your age, yon ' , I.IKKLY STOUT. jl . haven't any need (of money ; but, later A nurse was telling about n man who como to mo,1 Well, when I was 18, had becomo so terribly worn out by dis- on, I went to him, and ho coldly buttoned sipation that ho could not keep any food and said : ' At up his breochos-pocke- t on his stomach, when ono ofjier" listenyour age, you ought to bo making your ers asked : own way in tho world I ' " "What docs ho live on, then?" It is said that Bitting Bull has beopmo "On his relations, ma'am," answered a thoroughbred loafer, being too lasy to (ho nurse. i do any hard work exeep, eating. It has a breaks tho back of tho noblo red man to Wobtii, the Paris rocipo for ladies' red noses. It is a black keep him out of tha weather, ond.white striped silk dress, made with great simplicity, and under her chin ho Foldinoj screens are covered with placed a great garnet bow and another Christmas cards and bordered with in her hair. Her friends wero gratified plush. at her distinguished appearance, and obNo u. is more miserable- tibia hi served with pleasure the purity of her complexion. Tho genius of Worth has that hath no adversity. succeeded in doing what doctors and Tun number of sheop in Kansas has hygiene had vainly tried. increased 200 fold within tho last two dress-make- 2,297; in Holland, COO ; iu Russia, 4G0 ; in Norway and Switzerland, 400 each ; in .Denmark and Sweden, 240 each. Tho quantity of beer produced in Great Britian was about hecto(tho 49,000,000 hectoliters liter is equaltoabout i gallons) ; in Germany, about 37,000,000 ; in the United States, 14,000,000; 11,000,000; in in Austria-HungarAustria-Hungar- Railway. JCIIIEIB lHt In effect Not. 2, 1M1. aODTIISOVKD. 3 practice ol telling them the exact truth to lb be, data ii of Ita ability three hundred and ilxty-fir- o th year, befor election M wall aa aher, abou th whale aa well at about the email nib, In th fac of diuent aa plainly and fearleatly aa wbe tupported by general approral. The bun bat ab aolutely no purKj toaerre, uie the Informalto theoomm i of lla readera and thefurlbcraaceof good. ilecaua CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. Nol7 No 3. No Lex NlgtLAccom Exp. Eap Dally I'iy Pat-- I Ex. tx.rJ Iy. Ig'nd'y M I'.if KM 4 13 S 73 I 40 6 9 03 II ttl 710 9 33 1130 7 36 1182 7 37 NolS II 10 8 13 Acoj II M 3 13 D'l y 11 37 Ex.6 U 4 8 33 No I Mall Exp. 8,TTEffS . wft- -l -- . -Hemcmuer niai aiuiuint. ..- -. you umr. or whatever the power wbkh to c.ll the real.ti.nt battles aguinat tbe.ciuuc of Ulaeaae ami heaitli. death, Is Uw Krand safeguard of fortreaa, gurrUon of the human ticy indlathe it waxes weak, lb true when la to. throw la.. lalaforctiutnU. .la otter when such a; emergency words, BTATIQNH. and D'y .... Lre. Cincinnati " Ueorje town " Leilotoru.... NIchoTaaTlll " 11 .... t. JTal 343 1128 1100 VI High Brldie...... Harrodiburg Juoct'n 10 12 47 1 CO m"". a court or lloeutur' Hitter. KorTalSby rDruggi.ts and Dealer., towbou. for 18S3. apply for Almanac " ' 11 Humenel m l'olnt Burnalde., Itockwood .UHM. Hpriog City Ianrlll.-IlanrilU Ilojco.... JuncllD. A.U 7 10 7 43 V 33 1WM.., 133 .... 6 (23 IK I 10 I 43 ..... Arr. CUltn.ga..-.- , (31 .......... 823 120 .1013 9"43 130 .10 23 HOBTIIXQUHD. 0, 03 ... 840 Nol,No No 4 No 2 Br. 4.T. Chattanooga........ ' llojce. Kentucky's ltouto East - " l'olnt UurwIJa... Bprlng Cllr-..Itockwood ..... ...- r.M. P.M soo P. M 7 SO A. 815 ..-- .. " Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. WILL Cl'ltlS ANY CAHI OIUco of A. T BTtrwinT ft Cal Clitoiou, ltl . Jure 4, (UUL. ( 733 8 48 Georgetown......... Th only line running IU, Tolcrfo, (). i;in. F. J. 'KmtUtt ideaauru In Itifunnlnif.jrou 10 23 03 Cincinnati,....- .Arr. U4RlUmtn, 1 take TKItJIH TO .11 Ml, HVHSVUIllKHHt Cntarrti Cure. It lias I bate uactl Hall A.M. ALABAMA ORE T fiOUTIlEKN. The tereral edltlont of The Sun are lent by list nv PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS i.n.l Iras rery bid ond don't Imitate to 900 mall, poetpatd, aa followa- :y hat It whl cure any raso of Catarrh if taken Lre. Chattauooga. a year; with uonlh, 1238 .... Yours truly, properly. Attaila NIchobUTllle- . Souuraet... . . Danrllle Junction. . . Dan.ille " Harrodiburg Juoct'n ittgn jirtoge...... 8 10 7 43 7 IS 9 33 7 40 10 08 1 82 2 18 Nolt 3 3 3 41 Exp, 8 87 630 7 10 Ui, 330 540 4 11 Lxiogton,...... - P.M.1 433 2 80 803 2 33 8 2 3 23 7 40 6 84 CIO C33 263 7 03 8 23 1143 1210 133 2 02 2 18 2 80 800 o ma' It It ererybody'a newtpipar. la lodldertnl to lr man ll a rich that a can allow Injuttlc to be don him. No man, n aiioclallon ol men, la powerful enough to I ex euipl from the atricl application of Ita principle of right and wrong, Uecauaa In politic It haa fought Air a doz years without Intermbtlon aaj aoiuellmea almo-alo- n among newepaiier Ibe fight that bat r aulted la tb rwenl uecrwbtliulngly popular diet igalntt RobeaonUut and for lioucel govern wer, Tb went. No matter wbalarly Is In Sua ttandt and will continue to atand Ilk a roc of the people (galntt lha ambl lo lor the lnb-rea- t of boaaat, th cncroftcbucutt of monop litis an the dlihourit Kbemeaef public router.. All Ibla It whit w ar tuld almoat dally by ou Irlendt. On man holla that TlieHuu It the be. rellglout new.paper arer publlibcd, berauee II Chrlttlanlly It undiluted with caut. Anolhe boldtthalll It lb Wat republican newtiape printed, be auaall baaalrea.lr whipped half of tha raacalaoutof that piity and la proceeding agtlna lb other half with undlmlnlthed rigor. A thin belleretlt lobe the Utl wagatlue of general liter alurelueilttence, liecauaalta readera Mix liolh-taworth t of not that la current In the wurld oi thought. Hoererr frleod of Th Nun d tcorci onaof lit tu.ny tldet that appeala with particular force to hit Indlrldiul liking. If you already know 1 he Huo you will ob erre that In In 1833 It It a little belter than area before If roudo not already know Theriuo, you will Aud It to b a mirror of all buman actlr Ity, a ttore-hoo the cbolceat product, of common aeute and lmaxlnatloo. a lualnttar lor th cauae of hon for genulue Jerferron eatgorernmenUaaentlnel democracy, a acourge fur wlcsrdueat ol erery tpeclea and an uncommonly good Inrealment tor lla coming year. laaohumbe that 1 he bun welfare and hit rlghtt. No ACT DIRECTLY ON THfe LIVE! lure Chill an. I Fatter, Ilyiuepala, Hlcb lleaitac lie, lllllnll' Colic,! on. 1'altittntloiiof the Heart, IHaxliicaa.Turpia l.lver, atU If you do not "feel Female Irregularities. atlmuUtcalha rery tomch,retoreathepiietne,lmprtirlortoth r.t.'ia I'rlee.arte. :l Murray Ht .N.Y. fOR TUTT'S MANUAL FRtE.- pTlls ri HALL'S l ATARRH RlE 13 ItKCOMMElfDED BY Pinf8ICIAH& nnd ltnrrh of tha Nasal of tho dlcomtlrol Catarrh IMTEHNCur. Cyo or ALLY, and Throat. It I. taken note UlftrOTLY upon tha Blood nnd Mucous Uurfnoea of the) 8ystem. It 14 tho haat Ulood Purifier In tho VOSLD, nnd worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT alono. Cunltr-Chronla I ouiiusi Tim CURE m , , 1HIERHAL N FOR CATARRH nr-iTin: MAiur.irr.u nt w offer Ono Hundred Dollnra tor Gnso of Cntnrrli It will not Oiirn. any I A SOLID TRAIN roM " Tuacalooaa llirmiugbaui.M..- -" ... DAILY-Uieu- laa LeulMTllIc, Cincinnati Hat Lex' iHgtOH, I.y., . Arr. Meridian Lre. Meridian .. ' Tuacalooaa.. " Illrwlogbam. ..... .....m... Arr. Chattanooga...... VICK8DURO Atuiia AND MERIDIAN. 313 Sunday edition, 17.70. SUNDAY-bl- ght pjget, II 0a year. 683 WEEKI.Y-- II a yrar. Eight geaof the Wit 1000 matter f th dally laaiieaj an Agrlcnltural 680 unenuallad merit, market rriwrla and 9 67 literary, acleutltie and douieitlc lutelllgeuc make 12 21 The Weekly Hun tha newtpaprr lor tin fanuar'a 260 houtehold. Toclubtof ten with 110, an extra (30 copy free. Addreaa I. W KMJI.AMr, W- PublUber The Suu, N. Y Uty 60 f(0 J, ll WcaTTiraroao. AVOHTII 910 A 1IOTTLU. liar a had E. MrnrtiT, Jackacn, Ulch., write "auurlt for a) year. Ilalln Catarrh Cure cured niH. t'onll.rltw,irth$iaCOaliotll. per botttra. by all DruiTKlat at 56 ctt t inufa.tur.xl nod anl.lr K J CI1ENUY & CO. Vri" lator, TOIXUO, OHIO. j For aal In Hlauford by I'euoy A WcAIUlcr. A rombliuillon of JSv- foxiif ofJruHt iVrurlaia it fifu(ub flic, J'roafrallon of ilal i'uuftr it is WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting Lr. " lor Iu earns depot with tut trains IsreATcr Yorli. Arr. Vlckiburg. " Urandou..... " Jackioo.... ' Koreat Meridian..... 1020 !I2 800 10 4t 1128 141 443 Lie. ' The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, San ville, Norfolk, A,l. jacaaon ., Brandon.. Koreat... Meridian Vlcktburg. iuxrk utui A'AwjAorta) oren. for litbillly. Uut of Jw. HUItEVEP RT AND PACIFIC. ..... II0 Lre, Vlcktburg VICK8BURO, - All Virginia your Biuuo.nh are now mode with moiru half their width, and tho morcsque loca designs make up tho other halt ; sometimes u watered stripe is run tlirougU tho middlo of the ribbon, and there striien on eaoh edge. are-lac- years. A iien a f. is J better than on egg A lawyer Is ueier perfect In his profession he's aluayi practicing. Arr.Vlckiburge for lUVtla and lurthcr loforuiallon, apply to nae luaciouice.vt " JOHN SCOTT, V, P. and Oen. Man. Ctn Sou. JAHUt C.KKNNT. K'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. P. WILHUN, 1, K. and Oenl. bouthweaUra Ageut. P.X Clo. Sou. Il'r. Cincinnati, Ot II. 140 W. Mala Hk, LouLlllU, Ky Ckaltanooa,Tenn.t O. V. A. A. 0. H. Vlekjhgrg, J. UARDV, Q P. A. V. 'm. R'y. V., II. W. riJl.a.KK, . W. NM ITM. S. A f. I'aaa'r Ag1!. MIta.1 JOEF. ,IcO.UIRK,U.P. A. Haoagar. Ju'l Ubl COLL-BltA- and North Carolina Lr. 1'olnts. An. Monro Delt ..........Z Dlu...,...... -- m MoaroMwM...-- , .... .... - .. ..., . ., 12 80 8 30 7 80 12 30 20 . After a thorouirh trial of tho IRON TONIO. I take vieuro in stattnir mat i navo wuu rreatlv boneuteu oy "" ue. Mlnlatora and Pub lic Speakers will 11ml It of the GTeateat value. whora a Tonio la neoes-aarI rocommend It aa a rellabW remedial poasesslucr nutritive and restorative properties. toolrate, Ay 1MJ. t, Svv iTl. riOHBS Write: . 'puRiFiEsXndrtr;rt THC X17T'"T. lounuor it fa. moat exoellent remedy fat tho debilitated vital forces. J t , lllchweud, Virginia. U'y, Monro, U. nxua it :u dr. icarter medicine oo,, id v, um ex., ct. icju. M. i,