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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 15, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882121501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 15, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w VOLUME tm-Wi- tt X.-NUMBER Send.' fUeeUn 510. .-- ittefii 15, 1882. For Dyippla, Costive fleas, DUr-rlx- infill NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANEORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER BBNAPAHTK I 104. kljj nttrir lonrnal . Editor Wi P. WALTON, T. H. WALTON, and Proprietor Butlnut Managtr i'ubtlihril Tttrtttav "' ititny, I 8'J.no 1M3H ANNUM. Time don't win! alsmpi npsymenlof iipl lomskschsng., snd then of not over three rents. TJOKIl.t. Tho Ugf r may bo taken as tho supremo typo of tho jmro wild tanst, Lifo Im.l only ono end (or lilm enjojment ; ami to this ho gives all his magnificent energies. Endowed with uicrt cnptitnll-tleha oierclsen them to the. uttaoat in this ono direction, without oTcr forgot tlBg for m Instant that ho isonljrnhugo cat, or flying in tho faco of nnturo liy pretouding to Ih anything else. Bpeotl, strength and canning aro hi in a degree to which in tho samo combination no oilier animal can lay claim ; in daring nono exceed him, whilo for physical Wutylio has absolutely no rival. A tiger has been known to spring over a wall Hyo feet high into a cattlo inclosnro, and to jump back again with a animal in its jaws, ami hns been seen to Icnp, holding a bnllock, across a wide ditch. As regards its speed, tho flrit bounds of n tiger aro so rapid as to bring it alougsido tho nnto-lop- o ; while for strength, a slnglo blow of its paw will stun a charging bull. Its stealth may 1k Illustrated by tho nncc-dot- o of tho tiger carrying anay tho bnit while tho ijiorUmou wcro actually busy putting up tlio shelters from which they intended to shoot It "when it camo;" 'and its daring by thq fact that unmlicni n not apal it, that it will single out and carry off a man oat of tho middle of a party, and that it regularly helps itself to cattlo in broad daylight, in fall sight tif tho herdsmen or tho wholo village. I hsvo not gono for my illustrations to any traveler's tale, but to records of Indian shikar that aro absolutely beyond suspi cion. To onablo it to achiovo such fonts as tbeso naturo hai created in tho tiger tho very ideal of bhito symniutry and power, 'iho awi, moreover, nro fitted with largo toft pads, which euablo this bulky animal to movo without a rusUo over ground whoro tho lizard con hardly stir without being heard, whtlo its coloring, Uiough it socms conspicuous enough when seen behind and against a backdo AUKKIOA'H FIHHT IMPBHTATIBKB OF Lirtl-tllWlM Tho following account oFtho first Iminto tho United portations of Btstcs is takon from an old copy of tho Jrith Farmer' Gazette : "In 1010 four" cows and a bull were, after a long and dangerous passage by sailing vcmoI, landed in Virginia from Ireland. Those wcro the first domes t to cattlo seen in America, In 1G25 eighteen owes and two rams wcro introduced as a novolty into Now York by tho Dutch West India Company. Tlio first horses landed in any part of North America wcro carried over to Florida by Oabeca do Vaca in 1627 J they all perished, ffhe wild horses found on tho plains of Texas and tho Western prairie aro probably descendants of tlio Spanish horses abandoned by Do Soto. In 1G25 part of tho trodo of tho Dutch West India Com pany was tho carrying oi liorecit Irom Flanders to Now York, and that year six marcs and a homo wore safely transported from France to America. Tho London Company wcro the tint exporters of swine from Vritnin to America ; and in tho year 1C21 thoy carried on their vessels no less than eighty-four- , which wcro all, on landing, allowed to roam at large, and food and fatten on tho most, which was .ory abundant in tho woods. They increased so fast that in 1027 tho colony wns in danger of being overrun with them ; but thti Indians acquiring a taste for fresh pork, and tho novelty of hunting hogs, that calamity was averted. Bo important was it considered at that time that tho cattlo, horses and shoep introduced into the infant colony should bo allowed to increase, that tho Oovcrnor issued an order prohibiting tho killing of domestic animals of any kind, on pain of doatli to tlio principal, and to tlio alder, abettor or accessory. In 1039 hornod cattlo, liorsoH and sheep had increased to 80,000. In 1879 thero were over 40,' 000,000 sheep, 80,000,000 cattlo, of which over 12,000,000 wero milch cows, 15,000,000 horses, 2,000,000 mules and 80,000,000 swino in tlio United States," live-sto- ck -- 3. L 1 J " ntUCLAIHKT) S, KMPK. Bon- - "vThen iho Senators had arrived. parto entered tho Grand Cabinet, and seated in Hie center of a clrclo composed of tho Counsellors of State and the General ; behind him stood tho Minis, ten, among whom Consul Lcbruri took his place. Cambaccres, at tho head of tho Sonata, prononnced a discourse in which tho words " Siro " and "Imperial Majesty" wcro several timos repeated. Ilis speech concluded with these words : "Tho Hcnato proclaims Napoleon Bona- jmrte at tho present moment Emperor of tho Frcuclu" A cry of " Vivo aroto in tho Assembly and some applsuso, but it was neither loud nor hearty. Tho Emperor replied ia a firm nnd clear voice Ho appeared tho least embarrassed of any. Among those present, thero was evident awkwardness, which ho alono didnot share. After his reply, addressed to all present in gento eral, ho went up to Cambacero( whom ho simke, as it seemed to mo, with much affection ; but I could not hear what he said. Then ho addressed a few words to Portshs and sovcral other Counsellors of Stato in succession. Hobo answered according to tho now etiquette, using tho words "Sire" and "Majesty," and Portal is was ono of these. Others becamo confused between tho old nnd tho new formulas, beginning their pliraScs with "Citizen First Consul" and then stumbling over those they had forgotten, and ending with "Siro" and "Majesty." Tho wholo ccremony'diiJnot last half an hour. .The Emperor brought it to a close by withdrawing Into his privalo room. t l" KI.nCTRlCTr IS XHK HUMAN HODT. Most peoplo aro familiar with tho "spark" which may bo produced nndcr certain conditions by stroking tho fur ot a cat; and travelers in Canada and otner cold, dry countries liavo witnessed tho still moro rcmarkablo phenomenon of tho human body being turned into a conductor of electricity and tho possibility of lighting tho gas by merely placing ono's finger given tho nocciaory condition of electrical excitement near tbd gas Jet, without any other agency. Mr, A, W, Murchcson, tlio African traveler, gives somo moro startling facts. Ho states" that, ono evening, when striking an African nativo in a moment of nngcr, with a cowhide whip, ho was astonished to soo sparks produced, and moro surprised to find that tho natives themselves wcro quite accustomed to tho phenomenon. Ho subsequently found that a very light touch, related several timos under certain conditions of bodily oxcitoment nnd in certain states of the atmosphcro, would produce a succession of sparks from tho bodies of nativo men as well as from nativo cattlo. A lazy negro, it seems, yielded nono ot theso signs of electricity a rather unfortunate circumstance for his moro active brethren, who may possibly como in for a shoro of undeserved flogging from tho hands of fulnro travelers in search of electrical phenomena among tho human race. Wo aro not awaro that theso facts hnvo been recorded byothor travelers, but thoy deserve thorough sifting by competent A rton. observers. VU.yUO.1iS ItAXLWA V HTATIU.tlU Mck Headache, Jaundice, Imparity of the lllnml, I'evrrsnd Ague, Malaria, nit all Diseases caused lir De- ran (ment of JJrcr, Dowels and Kldnejs. BTMITOMH OP A DISEASED MVER. rencrally coitlre, sometime aberrating with lax the head Is troubled with pala, h doll and hearf. with coiuideraMe tots of memory, accompanied with a painful lenaa Uon cfltaTlng undone tomcthinff which ought to hart been done, a (light, dry cough and flmhed face It aometlmca an attendant, often mlttaVen for comnmptioni the patient complaint oi wcarincii ana aeDuity nerrout, eatiiy surucaj lect Cold or bumimr. sometimes a sensation of the tain eaisti. iplrtu art low and despondent, and, although utlified that cxerclie would be bene- Dcial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to try It la (id, dittnuu every remedy. aererai of the abort symptoms attend the disease, butlease hart occurred when but few of them cxltted, Tet examination after death has shown tht Uver to hart been extent! rely deranged. FissS?!sw3 Olironle M ' ROBERTS IVhII &STAGG Stanford, Ky., Mimical Opera Houso Block, Drugx, C'licinlrnlH, FnlntH, OIIh, tla Is felt undtr the Hhcumitlim , gtntnl lUd llrtath. Ksln In the SMc, soraetimtt the Shouldcr-bUd- loit of ippctlwi mlitaVtn lor BoweU Paper. Hooks Noriih, WIhcn, , NtHllnncrj-- UqitarH, CiKHrH, iHHtriltMCHir?, MHChlHC JVcctHcH. Our JcTfclry, Mlrerwnro nnd optical floods Department Is In Charge of Col. Tliog. Riclinrd", ttIio will Itcpalr V ntclics sad Clocks Promptly nnd In tho best lciTtitHcry( xeimccoB, Fire Arm, Pocket Ciittlcrv. style. It alwuld be used by nil bersons, old nnd younf, whenever any of the above symptoms appear. Persona TnTllnr or Urine In Unhealthy Localities, by taking a doit occasionally to keep the Liter la healthy action, will aroid an Malaria, Dillon attack, Dluinets, Nan- .r ilDUIU. u, &nwircf. Aeprcifn VI ct.j....1 etc It . win Inneorate like a glass of toe, doi u no in- toxica ting'beTerage. ir Ton hare eaten nnythlnfr hard ot digestion, or feel heary after mealt, or sleep-le- ts K H. Stanford, A Splendid C. ----- RUPLEY, Kentucky, that ht has received MEHCIIANX TAlXOIt, Wishes to Inform his Tslrons of Statist I sail vicinity Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, al night, take a dost and you will be rellered. Time and Doctors' Dill will be saved by always keeping the Itegulator In the Hon set For, whsterer the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonic) can ncrerbe out of place. The remedy is harmless and does not Interfere with business or pleasure, IT IS nntrXT VEOETADtM!, And has all the power and efucacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of tht Injurious after effects. Simmons Llrer Regulator has been In use In my lamily for torn time, and I am aatltfied It is a raluaue addition to the medical science. Governor of AU. J Gill 'Which he guarantees to make np in tclass stylo. Satisfaction guar anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Eepairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY TE'CVELER-S- & McALISTEK, . A. Governor's Testimony. TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY AND SIlYVEmVAKE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. TUB KAILBOAU MAN AND TUB MIS- - HimJtr. Two young and aspiring railroad men, who wcro placed on tho retired list ow- ing to tho consolidation of Gould's Southwestern roads, expressed them- .1 11 ,1 o selves ruitiur CHJiiiiauuuu, nuu xu that shocked tho feelings of a missionary who was sitting close by listening to tho remarks. Ho stood it as long as ho could, but finally ho lost his patience, and walked up to Uio two young ground of whitewash, assimilates with railroad men and reprimanded them for astonishing exactness to ten surround using such profsno language, "You ought to know," ho said in conbigs when tho tiger lies in ambnsh under the overhanging roots, or crouches clusion, " that thero nro but two roods, s. ono leading to Hell and Damnation, among tho and tho other to Joy and Solvation ; For tho tiger makes no pretenso to courage. On tho contrary, ho now which ono of theso would you rather prefers, as a rule, to enjoy life rather toko?" "Well," replied ono of tho railroad than trio heroically. When death is inevitable, ho is always heroic, or cvon men, after getting over his surprise in don't think when danger presses 1dm too closely. being thus addressed, But if ho can, ho avoids tho unequal con- I'll toko either, for it is ten to oaerthat test between brnto courage and oxplosivo tlio two roads will fall into the bands of shells,-anmakes off at onco for mora Gould and bo consolidated bcfowTl'get sequestered woodlands, where, ho can there," Tho missionary made no further efroign supreme, and bo at ease. It is indeed a splendid lifo that this autocrat of forts to convert tho heathen and left disgusted. the junglo leads. Harper' Weekly, ll . 1 cane-gras- "I A JIAIIHABOUB CCBI03I. While passing along ono of tho roads leading from Salt Lako City, a physician saw what at- - first sight appeared to bo an old bundle of rags by the roadside. As he passed, tlio rags moved slightly and a groan revealed the presenco of a human being. Tlio doctor turned back and found a poor old Chinaman who had been turned out to die by his practical Tho doctor lifted np tho old man, and, carrying him to a neighlioriug shed, do)ositcd him on soma gunny-sackWhilo ho was administering souio medieino half a dozen Chinamen camo in and began to threaten tho Samaritan with violence if ho did not leavo tho shed. Thoy partly advanced to enforce tlio ejectment, when the stalwart doctor liegan to knock them through tho door. Each blow of d flat wss a sufficient hint his Chinato cause tho most blunt-witte- d man to seek tho open air. Ho presently left tho man quita comfortable, with a man to watch tho shed. It is a regular enstom of tho Chinese to turn tho aged and sick out to dio whenever they aro uuablo to support themselves. A Chinaman who can't earn $2 n week or steal enough to subsist upon might as well dio at onco. Charity is not ono of their virtues. s. eight-pounE, ' contains fourteen strictly-terminrailway stations, from which no fowcr than 2,202 trains depart daily, and nearly 1,000 of theso leavo between the hours of 10 s, m, and 10 p. m. Tho largest number of departures from t single terminus is 820, after which come two stations witii 812 and 205 respectively. Tbeso figures aro exclusive of the immeaso system supplying tho dry with local transit. London al Hon. Alexander if. Stephens, of Oau, says : Hare derived some benefit from tht use of Simmons Liver Regulator, and with to give it a further trial. Shot, have found anything to benefit me to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator hat, I tent from Minnesota to Georgia for It, and would lend further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are similarly affected to give it a trial as It seems tht only thing that never fails to relieve. P. M. Jairnrr, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. Mason says I From sctual experience In the list of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I have been and am satisfied to use snd prescribe It at a purgative medicine, "The only Tiling that never falls to Itelleve.M f have used many remedies for Dyspepsia, l,ivcr Affection and Debility, but never BTtAlhtoff St. Asaph Bloch, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. K embraces Staple- and Fancy Groceries,' Patent aud Family Flonr, Meal, Bacon and I.artl, Tobacco and Cigars, Weed en, Willow and Tinware, Glass and tiiccnswarc.CaBHcd Goods of nil It 1 mis a specialty. Iteiacuiber tho plitee, "Tko ') Corner Slore." - GROCERS, t Wrapper tht red Z Trade-Har- k INDIANS IN NEW YORK. of J. n. ZKILIN St CO. Thero aro almost 5,000 Indians in New " HY ALL DRUGGISTS. living on reservations. Thoy aro York, remnants ot tho'Senecas, Oncidas, raOr'HSSlOJAL. and Onondagas of tho Six Na tions, and of the St. Regis Indians who T. w.vaattox. vriLLAcs x. viasox. camo from Canada. They roccivo an T. W. & W.E VABNON, nuities of about 812,000. Tho number A.T IA"V, STANFORD, KY. has not materially changed in fifty Office In Owsley A Son's new building up stairs. years. Tlioy aro not taxed; a low ot tno Oncidas are voters. ALEX. ANDERSON. No matter how shattered the system may ATTOIINEY A.T X.A"V, DANVILLE, KY., be from excesses of any kind, the Great GerWill prscliee In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining man Invigorator will secure health and hapcounties snd In the Court of Appeals. piness. See advertisement. For sale by MABTEBSON PEYTON, Prnnr A McAlister, Stanford. :ca.w, A.T'x'OHivjav Tus-caror- ""'"Talce only the Genuine, which always PENNY & McALISTEK DIALS 111 3EDE3C.DFI.3iva:.OIST7S, AT COST! ln xv D umniB yen rutir couktt, LIBERTY, KT. Will practice In all the Courts of Casey snd adjoining counties, snd In the Court of Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office over U. T. Pierce's store. Ar DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Fbytlcltns' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a speclslty. DB. J. Q. OABFENTEB, TESTIMONIALS OF LINCOLN CO. FARMERS ! TUB VLACK OF 1'AlCTtXa. Meeting at court ono day, Ilochcster, with mock politeness, thus accosted Borrcw, tho witty divino : " Doctor, I am yonrs to my shoo-tio.- " To which Harrow rejoined : " My Lord, I am yours to tho ground." "Rochester followed with : "Doctor, I am yours to tho center." Tho doctor rcturnod : " My Lord, I am biuxificant aiaxs. To call at a friend's houso about dinquired. izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange "Want anything, stranger?" ner timo and find him absent is a aigu n. O. MORGAN, D. D. 8. for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a " Well, no; I understand thoy are hold- Having concluded to remove to Texas, I fcflcr for you will bo disappointed. sale my Craig Lynn. Cultivator. To drop hot scaling wax on your fin- ing a funeral hero." Will be In Stanford one week "Y-osort ot a funeral. Got anything Kcsldcnco tfc Business House, or each month, from Artt Mondsy, Denial rooms gers is a sign you will bo angry. over McAHster A Brlgbt's. Combined la one, iltuated In the town of Crab Or- la BL Asaph Hotel, toBeUT" Mr. Geo. D.Wearen Dear Sir; I have one of the Albion Spring wee of each month To roccivo advice of your mother-in-lawchard. Ky., on Lancaster street. The building Is (See sign. At Lancaster threerooms si Mason House. In from third Mondsy. Dental stories high, MiOT feet and conhavo a patent washing machino, two and Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast Seeders. I am projected visit is a ign"you are See sign.) Pure nitrous oxid gsie administered Is Wx0, In all eight rooms. Tht I well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. but under tho circumstances I don't feel tains counters and shelving nlcelyaad properly ar- when necessary. going to leave home for a time, with ranged, with all tht outbuildings neceassrv to conliko- -" Wm. Goocii. To moot a bolting horse on the pave venience and the lute ol the meet fsttldfout, and - Kim.i,ni nf tinra water for drlnklns and "Never mind tho circumstances," in- household putpoaesJueautlful shade and fruit trees yours to tho antipodes." ment implies that you aro going to run. Rochester, scorning to bo foiled by a Geo. D. Wearen, Esq. Dear Sir: I used one of the Albion ComTo dream of being run over by firo terrupted tho man. "Jim's lost his adorning sod beautifying the entire pienilacs, all totrerlorrent the property now occupied by good and healthy condition. Any one desirlllchsrds, on Lancaster pieco of musty divinity, as ho termed engines is often a sign that you havohad wifo, of course, but bo's got all arrange- In a a cheap yet valuable residence, anion s clev- Cspt. Thomas Csll on or address me st street, from bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my ing Htsnlord. call Jsnusry 1st. people, would do well ments mado to marry his hired girl two er and protperouepteuilses before purchsslnftoelse3 s. a. SJia.v sarttv. wheat this Fall, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work perBarrow, replied : pork chops for supper. snd tismlne lbs to tho bottom and if you'vo got where. Terms reasonable. weeks from " Doctor, I am yours fectly. To pick up monoy ia lucky. C T. Sandidge. tf JOIIS r. STRODE. loss pit." If a man says. ' I hardly liko to ask anything thero you want to throw in on ho won't let no funeral inWhereupon Barrow, turning op his you, old man,' it's a sign that ho a Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: Wc bought of you a Spring Tooth CONDENSED TIME. terfere with business. It's airly in the heel, quietly observed : wants to borrow monoy. Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in ; There, ay Lord, I leave you 1" DR. GANN'S REMEDIES I seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we arc free to say that the Imple To collide wjth tlireo consecutive day yet, and wo do our burying aroaml lamp-post- s nnd fall over an applo stall is hero any tlmovbcforo dark'!"-Fit- t, ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. We regard it superior to FOIl THE MILLION. A MOKB XXCEILXXT WAY. Prett. a Bign you are not a Good Templar. any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. suppose I might as well destroy TO HEAD A NEITSPAVKR. 11. W. Givens & Son. HAILHOAU LINE. To loso monoy or jowelry is unlucky, MANUFACTURED BY W, K. OANN, M. D.. this," said tho tailor, disconsolately, to journalist Tho wifo of a MONTICELLO, KY. his wife, taking up a bill duo him from Thews had been a seeming coolness onoo said that alio could always pick out NORTH. TRAINS Mr. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: I am pleased with my Albion ono of tho deacons of tho church to which botweon tho lovers. Ono day Emily's a trained jomraHal in a pnblio placo by The world Is fllled with the wonderful, besutl-f- Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better Kx. Sun, Nov. 26, I8S2. yet all lbs snd Intricate Inventions ot man, schoolmate ventured to refer to tho sub- tho manner In which ho held and turned they belonged. genius the world has John Buchanan. tUtts combined talent snd producedIhstanything that ev- and answers many more purposes than a Drill. can " Not a bit of it," returned his wifo ject, and asked her : " When did you soo his newspaper. It ia surprising how Lve. Richmond er known has never 8 80 " uncaster..... compare wstb "Dr. Usnn's Remedies." Medical 5 00 Williamsburg, Charloy lost?" "Two weeks ago to- many peoplo think they must hold out "Glvoittomo." TOO skill snd science hare, sa jet, tailed, to discover ' umaoo Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on the rousl to them, for the cure I 00 " sny thingwhlrh thav are recommended.of AS dls-.Llvlnnton...-Tho noxt Sunday morning, when tho night," " What was ho doing ?" "Try-in- g two extended pages at onoo, with their their clean, plpwed land and on the foulest stalk land. C7 " M.M fnr It gives better satis' Crab ilrchrd-,-- .. praised by thousands through virtues snd uses are M" pluto was passed round for subscriptions to get over tho fence." "Did ho fists in tho faces of their neighbors, and ' 8tanlorJ.... out the lenil band breadth ol the land, and ss faction than any implement ever used in foul land. 10 IS " .. Bhelby City.-to pay off the floating dobt, io dropped appear to be much agitated?" "So with tho paper scraping their cars and ' tjtsndard r'aiullr Medicines, they cannot be ex 10 13 Danville Junction-..- .. A. K. Denny. 10 " celled, ant are fully substsnllatd by the strongtho bill into it, and before tho middle of much so," replied Emily, " that it took eves. Auy man of senso can fold ono '" Mltchelltburg.-- .. est testimonials M It Lebanon. ...-.-.II 53 pm tlio week it was paid. New Ilsven. ... nil tho strength of papa's now bulldog to page in half longthwiso, turning it from For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Uronchitlf, Consuiup- 1W " Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir; I have used one of the above menArr. Ltbsoou Junction.., "Marriago is a lottery," remarked tho hold him." tO0 lion and sll uiteaseaa ot iue i uruat eon s.uugv to left as lio wishes a now nu, " Cincinnati Junction., right 8 IS " tioned Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. .. " Louisville,.. happy tailor, as ho pocketed tho money, and whoro paces need cutting a pencil Uho Dr. CsHiitt'H CeiiRk Nyrup. J. A. DePauw. " but I adviso every man to tako the Arren Oliver Wendell Holmca lecL doxtereusly managod does tho work in TRAINS dOINU SOUTH. For Liver Cotnplalnl,Dyscpsla, IndUeitlon.Jiun. he called on tirod at Haverhill, Mass., ohidiiiai,"lixoklin Eagle, ot tlio papor can Htoniacli sud all Bilious dice. Constipation, Sour a second. Tho owner tlz. bun. hov iO, IsoX" Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Diseases, an old aclioolmato who was dealing in also comfortably and easily hold his QUICK AT VWUUES. Lve. Louisville. lis am Vho Dr. Uhmis'm Mvcr Cure. Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even more than " Did you over attend atovea. doublod-pag1 00 pm shapo. Lve. etanwrd. "All I so you aro the young man from school ?" asked tlio poot. "Yaas." "Do papor in a t st " For Rbrumallsm, Neurslgts, Bprslns, Diklses snd you claim for it. I have sown 50 acres of wheat this season in filthy Crab Orchard-.- .. 4 10 Livingston .... Bethany who wishes to learn thebusinoss, on remember a boy named Oliver Wen- UoLtowAr, tlio English manufacturer Arr. London ...--.. ... bwellliigs -- an external appllcatlou fur minor corn land, and it does its work well where no other machine would b JO " " Wllltinuburg..... 70 ' bent are you ?" said a Now Haven merchant-"Yes- , doll lIolmeH ?" "Naw." "Ever hoard of oathaitio pills, has accumulated great work at all. My son J immie, who is 12 years old, ran the machine 2 oO . Lve. Lancaster Uho Dr. Gjmiii'm LIiiIiuciiI. sir," was the respectful reply. tho namo?" "Naw." Tlio intcrviow wealth and is dovoting it to noblo all the time, using a team of comparatively small horses, and found t to Arr. Richmond. " Let's see. Are you quick at figures ?" ended. Ho has already erected two magI cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, for I For llles, llcmorrbulds, lluros, Fistula snd sll no difficulty. slullsr dlsisses, "Tolorably." "If a man should buy nificent institutions ono for tho insane know a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness eight months PULLMAN PALACE CABS tho other 160 yards of calico at 13 cents a yard, Uuo Dr.GHUH'ttrileOlutHieut. in the year. A Br, CUTHEMNB'tt (Canada) jury o ot tho "middloclas80s"aud John 1'. Bailey. To Memphis, Little RoeV, Mobile, Montgomery, how much would it como to ?" "A man tvidvo eulightoned and thinking men for the higher education of women. His and New Orleaua. For Fresb Cuts, Burns, Ulcers sod Old Sores, Emigrants loTeiss bsve thslreholcs of two routes: that would pay 13 cents a yard for calico who wcro called to Judge tho acts oi a gifts amount to nearly $3,000,000. Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: Each one of us having purchased of vis Memphis or vis New Orlesns. Tims much Hue Dr. Ghhh'h DI((ciSwcc( when ho could get it in market for 8 coso wherein a murder had probably quicker sod rites lower than by any other you one or your Albion bpnng lootn bulkcy Harrows and Broadcast OIhIwchI. route. It Is alio the Xjaou is tho most fashionable, as well cents 15 off for immediate cosh would been done its victim a woman camo Seeders, wc take pleasure in saying that they have given us entire como to mighty suddon." Tho young J to thu foro rritli. tho conclusion, " Died as tho most elegant and most economical, QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST Vise Dr.OHHH'H HlemHck Itltlcra satisfaction and done all that you claimed for them. 1'refer them to A Ksllslle Toole. Appetiser sod Blood ruriler, man was engaged. Arw Haven Htg-jtte- r, by tho visitation of Ood under auspicious trimming for all costumes, and also fot Sows the wheat evenly and leaves, and also cures DrPMls, Indigestion, Liter any wheat Drill wc have seen. of its use. Route to sll points In Missouri. Kansas, Illinois, toilets light enough to admit Couiplslot, Malatlsl refers and all periodical none exposed on the surface; also regard the tool superior to, any circumstances." Indlsua, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Arkansas. Chicago, fet. Loula and East. DlsesKS. Manufacturid snd tor sals by Mary Thomas, Louisville, Ky., riniv in rhanea ta For futther Information about tickets to the other as "a pulverizer and believe they will prove valuable as . Gultl' of vines a of aTboy's lifo s,ro writes: Iron Bouth, Kansss, Colorado, and emlgrsnt rstes to Tiik palmy days "One bottle ol Brown's Fou seventoon acres C. Vanoy, vators. V. 1. ATHBKI!, riortds, address made 18,000 gallons of wine, ot thoso in which he gets properly spankod Hitters was sufficient to give rae in(lea. fees, snd Ticket Agt., Loulsvlllt, Ky. RoU DroDrl.tor. if onlleollo. Ky. swr All orders Shanks Swonamokk. by mill will receive pioupl illeatles, etsniwru, j, Or r. J. Aninony, from neuralgia." mother. stant relief by hi ft set profit of 13,000. s, OrXN TO A HOllSE-THADwho was traveling A Michigander through Indiana with a horsoand buggy HooIk, Shoe, o ono day with STANFORD, KY. drove up to a First-Cla- ss s In One. Combined discov- And la fact every thing usually keptlow a we can Office snd Residence, Upper Main St. his patont washing machino and and country stoix. aiiey were bought nsttves. ered that ho had happened on a funeral. oaVr them at price tbst will astonish the Com. early snd gtl trst .Met LEE P. HUFFMAN, STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. Under such circumstances ho deemed it Turnersvlllt, Ky. U Geo. D. Wearen Dear Sir: The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, best to beat a retreat, but whilo unhitchSTANFORD, KY. Office Sooth aide Main Street, two doors above Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for ing liii. horso one of tho men camo out tht Myers Hotel. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulvernnd inquired: Pure Nitrous Ozlds Oss sdmlnlsttred when re- it. farm-hous- KENTUCKY 8TANFORD . Lj lie's store. Office hours sold, we srt comOffice oierRobU hiving Our ttors-roopelled lo clow out our stock of goods by January 1, from S to 5JsaJ 7 to r. H. offer our and Id order to do to, we will from y entire stock at cost. It embraces J. J. WIIiBON. Groceries. Dry Gooiln, Sotton,Cloth-Ing- , TDEIEJ DENTWTi HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements ALBION nrtt-clts- in 101-- BURGEON DENTIST, FOR SALE ! one-ht- lf store-roo- m wmi DENTIST, 's "I 4M-I- .- -- 103-- 1 W-- but" hoss-trad- o Afflicted, Attention E& "I well-know- n ul - ..... . -.. o j 11 pur-pone- Coll-forn- ji. M-- tt H ' tmi-Mccfe- lw Intmflrliwid Moraiag, December - N6TE3 eV CURRENT EVENTS. Friday , Boston has. elected a deanocratlo major by 2,000 asajorlly. E. W. Lee, of Taylor, sold 17 exba heary IroVe malts to Scroggan, Hudson A 15, 1832 A Co. for $170 per liemtl. EBIT0R ir. a jwtrfl, 't( Kentucky will havo two candid ilea f&'Rpeiker k Ibo Held and unlets J i.ii ivauumi, bosm coeaprowise ii crregieu, t oJfraBjIvaB!a, will warm tho chair F !.- hit i of Thos. Floyd, near the DIx River bridge on the Danrille and Kicbolasville pike. The Sunday Argus wants the GovJOHN T. HIGGI5S, FROrftlLTOR. Two negro boys, Harrison Brown and ernor to call an extra session of tho Stuart Umber, were hunting rabbits near Legislature to authorize the removal town, Wednesday, when the gun of Brown HOTEL A FIRST-CLAS- S of the case of Neal and Craft from was accidentally discharged, inflicting a la ererr particular, Tbs patronaja ol the pubu their section ot the State altogether painful wound in the side of Umber's head solicited, and astlatactlon (usrutsed. and fix its trial at Louisvillo or some and face. other place remote from the scene of boy about 15 Bud White, a colored years old was tried before Judge Walker, "PRAISE THE LORD," the frightful crime with which they Tuesday, for stealing cold victuals out of Nrw York City, Dec. 0th, '82. are accused. It figures that if tho the dining room of Mike Ray. He con Governor calls out all the State troops We are all here guests of our old fessed and was given thirty days in the to protect the fiends as ho has said he Danville friend, the Daridges. Marie and workhouse. would, the trial will cost the State I go to our next "appointment" early next The roof will be put on the Miller week, I will tell yon the reason of this 8115,000, whereas a session of the buildiog in a day or two. The building five days cessation from preaching will be pushed rapidly to completion so as Legislature could be bad for less than four or in my next. Suffice it here to say that We hardly believe that there Is no idleness, nor what men call to accommodate (be new bank by the mid 820,000. either extreme will bo necessary. The "rest'' in it, for I am as "busy as a bee," dle or latter part of January. The capital stock of the bank has about all been mob spirit, when it realizes the dan- doing what I am doing "the matter to be raised. A. C. Buchanan, of Richmond, was In gers of an attack on the State troops testified in due time." Waterford, I may say, kicked us oat. town Wednesday, looking for a room In aad remembers that they mean busifrowned out kicked oul; this which to start a furniture store. He was ness wbea they open fire, is not apt to Bowed out Is the "threefold card," broken at last, unable to procure one, all of the storebe greatly developed, nor is it probathat brings us to a "new departure," the rooms having been previously rented. We ble that a second attempt will be made subject of a circular, forthcoming in the need more business houses, and from the to take the prisoners whether or no next Issue of the Intemob. The bow, the present outlook will have them next year loom the troops. The misguided peo frown, the kick In the thiee successive ex Capt. T. A. Elkln has sold to Samuel ple who made the last attempt only periences In churches, all came from the Pescock, bis bouse and lot oa Richmond 5u(ul to Ikt Imttrbr Jmrna t did so when tuny convinced tnat tbey powers that be. In no case have we been street, for $1,350. W. B. Maxon has sold LiNCASTxn, Dec 14. The trials of C, would not bo resisted to a bitter end. beard by "the common people," In other to Hugh Smith, bis house aad lot in the ENTEFRISE GROCERY, W. Sweeney and others reunited id their Tub Louisville Pott has an article way than "gladly," even as Jesus was of suburbs, on the Danville pike, for $1,225 being held to appear at Frankfort January old. But "pastors" and "official boards," equal to cash. Mr. Mason will go to in reply to one in the Courier-Journa- l West. 2nd next. Chicago in the Spring, where he expects to os the tariff question, which, barring are our Utt twin. Our handrome young Irishman In Wa- make his future home. tbe everlasting abuse of Air. Watter-sofi- , LAJCAbTKK AUTi.BT18EamH. which has grown disgusting, is a terford, disappointed us in every way. For We understand that Uncle Josh Dunn considered one. The the fiiet time In our ministry, the meeting Is dangerously III with pneumonia. Uncle sesMiblo and well II. O. KAUITMAN, Fori is sot a "Urifl for revenue only" closed without a word of consultation with Josh hu been a very active man all of his Wbeleaal and Batall DtaJsn In A.TTOIrVJ3V At advocate but takes the more popular us. The official board met last Saturday life. He Is now in his rt5th year. He reLANCASTER, KY. aad we believe the better position, that and passed a decree that unless there was marked to ns the day after the November Ifaster Commlaaloner Garrard t Ircull Court. Will Staple aad Taney Groceries, Qump the taril should be revised and so a break before the close of the 2J week, election that "when the county wsat dem entile In all lb. Court or Uarrard and sdjolnloa of Appeal. ware, Glassware, Candles, laid as to give encouragement and the further expense of a meeting could ocratic in August itmadeblm feel fifty counties and in tbs Court those of our manufact- not be borne. Of course, the LORD, thus year younger, and wbea It again went protection to Fruit s.Clgars and urers which wed them most. tied up by an "official board" to work In a democratic in November It set him back Tobacco. NIK AIDMAIUB- A dwsube known as the black-toe- g given time, and limited by threat of another ten years, so that he felt as if he OROCKKY- -A WELLLIOHT- A m is playing bavoo with the dogs closing up on Him, could not bleas. I were only 25 years old." He baa ever bees INSURANCE ed, room bouie. ErerUlnf neat u COMPANY, worked on hopelessly from the issue of the a bitter opponent of republican theories ot WiBcbwter, and they are being a pin and prlcai lower tbaa Or Rostov, Mass. by the cart decree. But for the few poor sheep who and practices. His many friends hope for TK. busted to tbe bone-yarload. Let im pray that the epidemic were netting a nibble of the green putuies bis earlr recovery. OaplUI. SM,0M; surplua, lUS.UaJII total saets, See Them im the Xeu Up to the pretest writing, no body tl,OM,N.l. way spread till every worthless yelner I would have closed up as soon m I recelv meek. KaT. MISJNAIKH, Aft., 102-- u Lancsattr, Kaotucky, Is take to that bourn from whence,. ed the message. But for "the electa" sake," has been arrested ior the murder of Wsa. running with 100 pounds of steam, when Norris, the sawyer, remonstrated against the dangerous amount of power. Jerry swore it suited him and should be kept up. Mr. Norrli was proceeding to blow off the steam which led to a scuffle in which Jerry struck htm with a handspike, breaking one of the bones of his fore-ar- MHIwt officer la the next session ol thinks Joe Blackburn Congress. that as he came within qIbb votes of beating Itandall before and m ho fail el to give liira the chairmanship of any important committee, contrary to uago and precedent, aud considering the fact that be has dono nothing to forfeit the good will of the country, he htm peculiar claims on tho chair whtcVUarliele has igaored by failing or refmisi; to consult hiss, and that he is in honor bound to make tho race. When asked if ho entertained tho same views on the tariff that Carlisle does, he replied, "not exactly. Mr. iCarlisle voted to repeal the bill favoring abolishing the tax on tobacco. Mr Morrison was the only democrat jok' the committee who opposed tho report abolishing the tobacco tax, journ. Lee Wilton, the CinI am opposed to the abolition of the cinnati Southern an employee ofmurdered Railroad, was tax ou whisky and tobacco, or on any in a negro bagnio at Georgetown and the of lhe luxuries of life. In fact, I be- perpetration of the act is a mystery. Wilton lieve that the Kelley gang are trying was from Virginia. ' Gov. Stephen, of Georgia, I pardon to inveigle the democrats into a trap. I shall oppose any and all tinkering ing a little himself. Ill last act Is to free with the internal revenue until tho Col Cox, who thot Col. Alston in 1870, and for which it was said at the time, he ought tariff" is revised' Mr. B. further to hi been hang. to says that if elected Mr. Carlisle is too Tom Ocheltree, the fiery, amiable ft man to have an atom of Congressman recently elected in Texas on aggressiveness in the body and would the republican ticket, ha announced this thereforo be an obstacle to his party. a his platform: "I will oppose all taxes The trouble is Joe is too aggressive and favor all appropriations." Peter Dickerton, Chairman of the and if elected the probability is that Coalition party in Henrico county, Va., he would soon get his party into hi been tent up for three months for trouble. We admire Mr. Blackburn stealing corn. That's the kind of stuff of for many reasoas but ho is most too which the average readjuster is composed. At Henderson last Sunday, the Rev. for a position which requires so much coolness and balance Miller broke the Ice and baptized 54 per many to be sons. There are about as the Speakership eof tho National buried in baptism here that Sunday next and House. However, a year they are praying that the icy season may unless the president convenes that be postponed until afterward. The atone church on Fourth street, body in extra session, before the election and many things may occur in Cincinnati, which everybody has noticed that time to settle the question as to for it curious architecture and vine covered walla, wa told Tuesday to the Emery who is entitled to the honor or whose for$SC,43318, who will convert it into of pole is the longest to knock the per- - fice. The worshipers there will build in nOllT. It. WEST, Editor. LANCASTER. simmons. another portion of the city, where property The Baptist Church at this place is to (The Lexington Transcript says that ia not to valuable. be furnished with a new orgsn. LINCOLN COUNTT. since he has been in office Gov. BlackJudge M. J. Durham, of Danville, Hustonnlle. was in town Tuesday, on legal business. burn has issued to Fayette county Peacock Is opening another stunning Judge Owsley's pbysicisns say that he 197 pardons, of which display of Christmas goods. Come quick is improving rapidly, and will be out dealers whoso and select. to 49were again In a few days. fines aggregated $24,500. The HerThe HustonTilIe Mill Co. is getting Robt. Collier and brother rented of J. ald says that out of 301 convictions in tearfully in earnest. I understand a new M. Orand, his farm on the Lexington turnMadison county since Blackburn's in- contract with builders has been made. A pike for the ensuing year. Price, $728. Arthur Kemper sold to R. M. Robin duction to office he has pardoned 145. number of hands will be put upon the work forthwith, and It is to be pushed for- son interest in the landed estate of Taking the averago of these two ward with the utmost rapidity. J. T. II. Kemper, dee'd. at $80 per acre. counties, which is 171 and multiplyGeo. D. Weatherford and Dr. Bogle, of Jailer Rothwell says that since he has ing it by 117, the number of counties Danville, paid our Tillage a firing Tint been office he hss had only four white men in the State, we find that the grand Tuesday. Indications are that the former in jail, three of them charged with murtotal of pardons issued by the old im- is msking preparations to resume the hotel dering women. W. G. Dnnlap, Iste ot this place, now becile is 20,007, which wo suppose is business here In the house which he recently purchased, known as the Powell House. a resident of Chicago, Is In town on bus!-nenot estimating it too highly. FigurThose of your readers who spent the n expresses himself as not being ing still further, we will multiply the Summer at Cumberland Falls, the Elysi- pleased with the "windy citv." last number by 82 and we have $40,-01- um of lovers, will be interested to learn W. R. Robinton & Bro. have rented which amount the assistant Sec- that cards have been issued announcing the room recently vacated by Geo. D. Bur-de- tt & Co. which room they will occupy retary has gotten for issuing pardons the marriage of Mr.W. if. Vaughn to the until they rebuild their house. slone, for pardons are spot cash no beautiful and sprightly Miss Angie B. of Louisrille, which came oft WedNow is your time to buy cheap goods. pay no pardon. Such being the state nesday 13th Inst. Soc Owens is a candi want to close out by Jan. 1st. Don't fail of the case, is there any wonder that date for godfather, whenever such funct- I to call and get bargains when goods must lawlessness is continually increasing ionary shall be needed. be sold. I must have what ia due me by There was an affray at a in the State and that mobs endeavor here Jan. 1st. Geo. A. Feather. to mete out that justice that the law Tuesday, in which the irrepressible Jerry L. W. Burdett & Co. will begin In a is powerless, with such an executive Hughes was, as usual, a participant. The short time the erection of a warehouse adcase seems to be about thus: Jerry was act- jacent to the flouring mill tbey purchased to interpose, to enforce? ing as Breman in Jones' Mill. He was d hot-headitis-nearly -- The Director of the lUltlmor and Ohio Railroad bare elected John W. for tlie 2olh consecutlre term. Tbtte Is a rise in the Ohio and some twenty million builieU of coat are floating down (o LoiiIhtIIU and Cincinnati, A fire at Kingston, Jamaca, destroyed the entire bantntu portion of tbecily, cans-ifi- g a lots of thirty million of dollars. Prof. J. T. rattemon, whose lease ot Hamilton College expire next Jun, ha the college for a term of years. The Supreme Court ha decided that beer is not a spirituous liquor and that therefore the licence to tell It I not necessary. The Suprjme Court is falling Into the lit habit of tho Appellate Court. It has adjourned for the holidays already and will not conrene till January 3rd. William Edward, sentenced to the MoundsTllie, (W. Va.) penitentiary, lump ed from the cars while en route there Tues day and wm Instantly killed. Thoma Crittenden killed Rose Mote- ly, a colored man at Anchorage, because he testified against him on a warrant for assault and battery on a colored man. The Senate paused Mr. Hoar's Bankruptcy Hill and then tent it to the Committee on Judiciary for revision, where It I believed it will remain till Congress ad Clar-rett I preached on, Tuesday night, Brother Thompson annotmeed at the close of the services that the meet!; a held by Bra. Burnt a wa doted, "the txpeete of boarding his fatally being loo great to be paid without greater result from the preach- ' (iiVtmrt rtrla): but the meeting would be continued according to our own methods, (f.r. again "which were perhaps beet after all." Thl last straw broke the camel's back, for our board was only $4 a week, each for wife and self, the girl being gueata of Bro. T. I had thought the coal and gas were to figure m element of un requited expense no longer to be borne, but bo I the meeting wa to be continued. O Imponx, O mores mortt to be strictly trantlated "manners." Here they were re duced to a science. Well I "I opened not my mouth," Praise the LORD-- HE kept me still. We smilingly shook hands with the dear simple people, who were sorry to part with us, but didn't seem to think there was any thing wrong in the transac tion. "Dullness it business." That's all I say. The next moring I left for New York, alone. This last indignity brought oa 4" crisis aad the LORD Instantly showed me plainly what to do. The circular in your next will explain all. As soon as the LORD had given oa a place to come to I telegraphed wife and the children to leave W. which they were not slow to do. They came down to the city Thursday, leaving W. In a snow storm, the beginning of the present cold "blizzard." George told me she shook off the tnow of Waterford from her overshoes. There was nodutt to shake off. And to we hare buried the Yery memory of the whoapitable town. It Is the .Hydra of our Northern experience, thus far. Yet souls were blessed in Witerford. among the saints, and tome were saved. 70 for soul, IV anointed and 60 for special blessing including a number who pasted Jordan into the Canaan of the "life more abun dant." Pralte the LORD. I cannot tell yon exactly where we go from this point. It lies between Oswego and Princeton, perhaps the former, first. You will know in the next issue. Direct until further notice, to care of Isaac C. Kiggins, 133 and 125 William St. New York City. He will forward to us. This will, perhaps, be our permanent New York addre. Our correspondents will kindly take notice. All well. I preach for Bro, A. B. Simpson, formerly of Chestnut St. Presbyterian Church, Louisville, next Sunday night in a hall in the Grand Opera building, it the LORD will. Pray for us. Ever in Jesus. Geo. O Barsces. &P? &0KBS- - Fathers, Mothers, Husbands, Wives, Lovers, Friends, Everybody, -- IN INVITED TO CAM. AT- - KEsisfisW5r5 And evamine the largest and finest stock of Holiday Presents ever brought to Stanford. We have THE stock, and defy competition in prices. Our stock consists of very handsome assortments of Books, suitable for old and young; the most elegant stock of Watches, Jewelry and Silverware ever brought to the city; a beautiful line of Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Toilet Sets, Vases and Chinaware of every description. ENN i & M ALISTER S :e. :p. NEW FALL ZROZBT- - o"wsley. -- fall aoS Wintar 30 AND -- I WIIX HEM. MY- - Notions. Boots, Shoes mid Clothing for tho noxt DAYS at greatly reduced prices. 1Heavy Hoots, OWSLEY. E. Shoes nnd Clothing n Specialty. ol Buy flwife 9 WINTER OF AT- - STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FuMISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main- and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. - S LTTLE'S. K. WEAREN, "UNDERTAKER,, 40., your special attention to the JEWEL HBiUHaa I desire to call B, N IKmv Ok ?im Garrard County Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFORD. IIu Jmt received Hitlrnws, UnpHuo-KCuror- r Drukrli, Cent Tillrt, KtUuloo EiUmlon T1Im, rrlor Chain, Ae. I l kwpconilintlf on Alulllln.ol ItobM, ShMudi, (Xfflni and CkiktU beat Cotton V"tsi9sssssHsBaB tr8utta,bap s full lint of I'.rlurSultM, Cbiia- DfJa, BurMUt, W,U tJUn.lt, faro-ban- which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste b.l I HLS&MriUMMiM'a)r'' jaaj immm """" In ornamentation and finish is unequalled. made in Adapting three sections. As the center burns out much fatter than the ends.this piece can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Vontilatod Chamber behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built on U, if desired. Many other conveniencea are attached to this Stove, which I aik you to examine before buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, Mrs. W.F. MoKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKinney, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey as to the advantages the Jewel has over other'Stoves. Very respectfully, I attt krrp on band lb rtltbrattd II llurjl.i I'mfdraT Vaull. inraald tab prfet pro taction from vtrmlne, groaod borrt.f9pb.ra, daiop-nta- a and burglar. ji THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, the Sange to any kind of fuel. The Fire Back is art us. Orden I sell at Sgurra that cannot b beaten Call and b Irlef rapb promptly attended to mmjSSStKmmmKmmmW one-fift- h FALJL ANNOUNC'MENT :X883.: 4, Grin-stea- W. H. BIGGINS. fiTixroao SraiiT saw-mi- ll was glren in the last isiue.) Somebody certainly did the killing, and whaterer the circumstances connected with it may be, it is the duty of the officers to hare an inTestlgallon. If would keep the good name that our countr baa woo for herself, in the last few years, we must hare close and strict of such affairs aa this. If there wu just cauie for the killing let's gire the suspected an opportunity of show, inn it, if not, let the guilty be brought to justice. The examining trial of C. W. Sweeney, E. D. Bishop, John Marrs, W. P. Barlow, Clay Hamilton and Sam Itotb-wel- l, charged with intimidating one Sam Farris, of color, at the Norember election, (an account of the arresting of whom was before giren In this paper), begins United States Com'r. Wm. Herntlon, at this place. Mr. Herodon, though a repub gentlemen, and lican, ia a atanda high In the estimation of his associate members of the bar and the business men of the town and county generally. It la hoped and beliered by the leading democrats here, that he will not countenance any such procedure, but will dlstnira the warrants against tbe gentlemen. The trial will probably continue sereral days, as there are a great many witnesses to be examined, Caij, (an account ol which HIGGINS HOUSE! LANCASTER, CHENAULT, . KENTUCKY SEVERANCE & GO. IlavoJiiBt received h cry large Mteck ef NEW HOUSE! FALL ANDIVINTER DRY COODS, y ittj d mmw jDt$ CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c., &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. iroTionsrs, GEO. D. BURDETT & GO, LAMCASTER, MANUFACTURERS FIRST-CUB- S d JH'f'wllf lOi-l- r. 1 Ciinimus present In thedty jjood line can be had at J. W. HaydetiV b'Ea.n&otzd, Friday MornlBff, A ky. 15, 1882 Deceater A LAROR variety of cook atoves, healing Move and grate Just received by A. Ow-leLow prices. l. " N. I0CAL Rob TIME CARD. ... Passenger trelne North...... " lb. I . , i m.' ' r ." V ' ' f calicoes st 4, 6 and cent; good 9 cents; good conton flannel 8) and 10 cents; alldlnen towds, large site, Ilor Paint, of Penny A McAHnter. Ilur your mmunIllon of ll kind from bent per pair; checked cotton 8 cents; MrsKoliert A Hiajrg, good comfort 03 cent apiece, at D. Kla'. Kkw stock of Jewelry and Hllmwar at I). K. Wr.AncV: Kunlture Store I the l'tnnjr A McAlliter'. Watch m, Clock and Jewel rr repaired place to go fol Chrlalma present. lie I and warranted by Penny A McAHster. receiving a full line of fancy cabinet ware, Fall tot of Zelgler' Blioe Just recel. such a wall pockets, comb case, velvet edand for nala it J. H.AH. H. Hhinki. frame and mouldings hat racks, (land 8tnium 8het Music, Vocal and tables, Ao. Also a big lot of wagons, carfor 10 cent at Penny A riages and wheelbarrow for the little folk. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Laroc dock of Window OUm, all slr.es. jjouui thick hum lor liower pile. Penny Firat-cts- s Ulley hay pre for sale, TiikCaiet Circuit Court Will begin A MoAILler. next Monday. IJ M. Iturdett,Etq.,wlll pre- John Bright, Stanford. Jcrr received a new lolofclosks for B. F. Robinson (hipped yesterdiy 403 and children and a fine lot of Do- side In the absence of Judge Owsley, who it ick. The docket I composed of 210 case hog for which he paid from 6 to 0 cents. lman. J. II. A 8. II. Riiankk. a follows: 'Squire J. B. Murphy sold to A. T, Commonwealth 85; old equity PERSONAL. 09; old ordinary 4; equity appearancea 20; Nunnelley 6 bullock thirWeTi hundred and Mm. John McIIodkhts, Jn,liaa gone ordinary appearance 8. The term iasta 2 thirty-si- x lb, average, at 8 cent. to rWit her ilater at Lancaster. O. W. Alford hat bought and sold in weeks, running through Christmas. J, 0. Hacfley, Eeq., of the Montlcello the last week or two 800 hog. He gave 0 In Hah Luck. Ilobt. Collier, the man cents around for them and made a fair probar, I flailing relators here. fit. On. amd Mm. 0. H. Lambeat. of who deserted hi wife and ran on with hi who In turn deserted him, reW. II. Milter, Special Commissioner, Klnm Mountain, made ua a pleasant call turned to Mbke up with the woman he had bought for Mr. Joel K. Portman, the fsrm Ihla week. Mr. K. K. Chenault returned yealer-da- wronged and waa pounced upon by John of Mr. J. Walker Glvena near McKinney, from a lcntlty flalt to the great Bute 'w land, marshal of Crab Orchard, who 135 acres, at $.15 per acre. They will move had a writ against him for obtaining goods thither at once. of Kansa. John It. Farri hu just returned from Mime Kcmie VanWinkle, of Iowa, under false pretence. He will be tried there and from all we can learn I the Bumpier, Darlington and Marlboro disand Lula PhillM,of Montictllo, aregueal likely to go up. trict of South Carolina, where be sold a of Mi 1 Tattle Friable. Mb. JavdiA. DbPauw, formerly of The Kink will be open a usual to car load of horseHe for Fsrri A Whitley at report the prospect thla county, la now proprietor of a livery night and on next Friday night the Grand $100 to $175. for sale of horses unpromising but says CoTingtsn, Ky. Masqurrade will be given. A committee stall at Hon. Johi 0. Oooprit, editor of the will be appointed to see that no improper that mules are advancing tome. Lexinqtor Court, About COO catShtlbulIU Smtinrl, wa here Wednesday persons enter under the guise ol a mask tle on the market, price ranging from $3 looking after hit property intereat. and rooms will be engaged at the Myers Mr. Vf7B. Mycm, of the Calendar House for the benefit of those who wish to to $4.09 er cwt. There were 75 broke and Clock Co., ha been promoted to the lime prepare theimelve after coming to town unbroke mule offered, and they brought position that Capt. Lynch held with the The masker of both eict will be admit- from $72.50 to $111 per head. A good many common horses were sold and they ted free and skates will be furntshed Company here, with headquarter at ranged in price fromS to $30. We are glad to hear of the ladies. All other person Text. will be A new horse disease, which baffles tbe charged admission. hit promotion. . veterinary surgeons, baa broken out in Dr. 11. C Mortmx hu decided to loCounty Attorney, D. R. Carpenter Troy, N.Y. Captain Sweeney' trotter, cate permanently in Lancaster, and will went over to Highland yesterday to prose Chleftiln, valued at $10,000, I one of the not hereafter keep an office here. The Dr. cute John Smith Harris, Jno. H. Leacb, victim and it ia believed will not recover. is a pleaaaot, affable gentleman, a master hugene and Albert raulkner for breach of The aymptoma of the disease are inability of bla profession and we congratulate tbe ine peace, n reem that mere wa a gen- to masticate food and a fall of pulse and Lancaatrlana on getting ao worthy a citiren. eral row brought on by Harris and Leach Mr. II. 8. Witiikiu hu been appoint who were drunk, in which Eugene Faulk- temperature. In Cincinnati the cattle market is quiet reed by tbe Governor, on the unanimous ner waa cut in the hip and Dr. Barber who at 1 1 to 3 centa for common. 4 ta 5 for quest of the other gentlemen composing it, came In a a received an acci- good to choice butchers; 4 to 0 for common to be sOommlwioner of the Deaf and Dumb dental cut in the arm. Harris was fined to best shippers; good to choice cow 4 to AlAsylum at Danville, In place of J. V. $10 and cost for breach of the peace and to 4; do oxen 2J to 5; 4; do heifer , who resigned after eight year corn, Ieach $5. The Faulkner were acquitted. stockers 3 to 4J. Hog are falling, test of Mr. faithful service. The appointment Paid rou Their Fun. Four Louisville bringing 6.35; fair to good packers 6 to 0 Wither I a most excellent one. drummers, driving a fine team and feeling common 5 to 535. Sheep are in fair deLOCAL MATTERS. pretty happy, thought it would be mighty mand at 2 to 4 J; extra heavy wethers So. Oo to the Twin Front." funny to run the on the Lancaster Lamb sell readily at 3 to 5. Dr. W.C. Greenfield, of Guthrie, Ky., pike and they did so notwithstanding the Prwh raisins, currants, citron and other protestations of Mrs. Pettr Hamton, who haa perhai the largest hog in the world. fancy groceries for Christmas cake at A keej it. 8he waa equal to tbe occasion, It ia of the big bone Berkshire, thiee feet Ow.Iey'. though, for ahe sent Immediately to town seven inches high, nine feet from the nose Lower than Ever To reduce itoca I and had hrr husband telegraph the author to the tip of tail, meaanre seven feet around will sell at reduced rate for cash till 1st ities at Lancaster to arrest tho party, giv- tbe body just behind the shoulders, and Inches around the leg, l January. W.T. Green. ing a decriptln of them. A faat as they eleven and hoof. He ia only moderateust shove The case of Leo Hayden v. Hart, Ac, traveled the word got there before they had ly fal, but the thrifty, and taking on flesh very ha been affirmed by the Court of Appeala gone more than half the way; and a more set were never teen than they, rapidly, weigh 1,200 pound and the Dr. original and cross appeal. a to the think he will take on three hundred when the marshal stepped up to their turn Mru Loch II. Ramsey ia the father of a out and told them that they were in the pound more flesh. He haa a sow of tbe boy, which made it dtiut on Tuccday last. strong hand of the law and would hare to am age that weighs 000 pounds. II ia doing aa well a could be expected. Msrrs A English, auctioneers and real go back to Stanford to antwer the charge of estate dealers, report the (ale of Chariea E. Come early and make your selection beating a turnpike company. The oke Clarke, near Danville, on the 12th,as large.from oar large stock of cheap Toya before had been turned on them and recognising ly attended by bidden from all the adjoinhave been picked over. McAHster A that tbey had the wont of it, they begged tliv for quarter. Mr. Hamton telegraphed that ing counties. Fifty fat cattle 1,426 lb., at Bright. $1.85 per cwt ; 9 bead yearlings $37.52 per If they would pay the toll coats The chsngeible weather ha made they might go their way, and $5 and 9 head which coiapro head; three head do $1.50 per cwt.; uneumonia alarmingly prevalent In thla mise they gladly accepted and planked mixed yearling $25 50; calves $17 25; county. There are half a doten or more down the coin. Their name ire E. T. grade Jersey heifer $51; milk cow $35 case in town. Stoke, W. H. Wooldridge, J. Glatebrook 70; 32 mule colts $01 per head; work mules Just received a large tock of French and Samuel Johnson and they will hardly $135101; horses $520101; lat hog $591; sheep $0 05 per head; corn in the field and stick candles, foreign and domeatio ever be caught at auch trick again. C2 per barrel; sorghum 85 centa per fruita and nuts, for the Holiday at McAl- MARRIAGES. shock. ' A Bright. liter Mr. J. C Wilson and Mis Amanda Call on Judga Hill. A Christmas tree, to which every body Jurxir. T. P. Hill, Jr. Sir: If you will be Hiatt were united in marrisge Tuesday it Invited to attend and participate, night by Eld. J. G. Livingston, at Mr. A. will become a candidate to regreaent Lin- given at the Preabyterim Church on the M. Hiatt's, Crab Orchard. coin County in the Lower House of the night of the 25th. The Lebanon Standard, a few weeks General Assembly,-voare pledged correspondent are especially ago, told how two young gentlemen.came next ALL our Many Friends,. the support of requested to send in letters for our double to that place to marry one girl, that the number next Tuesday, alao aome adver- latter made a choice and married one of LINCOLN COUNTY. tisements If possible. the men, leaving the other to weep and Crab Orchard. From the noise on the street last night Chenault, Seveiunce A Co , not mourn, aa waa supposed. He didn't mourn wlihlng to carry over their clothing and long, however, for the first chance he got we should think Chittmaa bad begun. boots to next season, offer thtlr entire he stole the other fellow's bride and is now That serenade the other night wat just enjoying her iweet smiles in parts un- the moat delightful we ever heard. The ttock of those goods at cost. . known. only thing to be regretted ia that like all To reduce my stock of Dry Goods, Ac.( Totten-Brya- n. At the residence of other pleasures, it wa too brief. in prices for the I oder special Inducements the bridt' grandfather, Mr, J. L. Dawson, Dr. E T, Stephenson performed a very next week or two. Call and aee how low at 12) o'clock Wednesday, Dec. 13th, by difficult surgical operation last week. He good can be aold. J. W- Hayden. Eld. Jesse Walden, of Lancaster, Mr. Jas. reduced a dislocated hip of twelve months Our Double Numuku Will be a daisy L. Totten, of Garrard, to Mis Little M., atanding, making a complete success. and the advertiser who fall to appear in it daughter of J. 0. Bryan, of Lincoln. Tbe There will be a marriage at the Chriswill mitt the beat opportunity of (peaking bride wat beautifully attired la a handsome tian church next Tuesday at high noon. to a big audience that he will have. Hand brown ailk poplin and brocade satin. After The contracting parties will be a moat in your favore aa early aa osilble. partaking of an elegant lunch, tbe bridal worthy young man of this place and one of of Penny A McAHster, Mc- - party with many friends came to Stanford C, O's. fairest daughten. The store Mr. Wm. Waddle, of Pulatkl, who haa and McAllater A Bright, and took tbe train for Lowell, whero the Roberta A present an attractive tight to the ere of groom's father gave them a reception the been very low with pneumonia in thla place, both old and young, filled a they are with tame night. Tbe presents were handsome, i faat recovering. Miss Mollis Pence it useful and numerous, Including the follow, quite ill with tyjihoid fever. Dwlght HarChriatma good of every variety. tag; Horse and buggy, Jas. L. Totten; hand. din is able to be out on crutches, Jamea tNBANTA Claim don't bring the Jewel aome silver butter-disand k,nife,Col. A. M, Brooks and T. B. Canon are here. Range down the chimney, but In at the Swope, Lexington; pair pickle castor, Mrs. Tbe following letter was handed me by front door Follow Mr. Tbouiit House' Sue Bright; embroidered linen csmbrio a little man ol this place, who la airaiu extmple and make your wife a Chrlalma handkerchief, Mr. Mary Bailee, Danville; Santa Clsua will not know where he lives: present. W. II. Hlirgln. ilk handkerchief, Joe Snow; glass pitcher, "Dear Santa Clans. I have moved to Crab Mrs. Orthard, living at the drug store, I want A Call on Judge T. P. Hill, Jr. to be Maggie Bright; set silver colored damttk a day for one thing a harp and some fire come a candidate for the Legislature ap- E. A. Dawson; Lee "Sleen- column. Tom I a good, and pair of cemforts, Mr. J. L. Dawson; cracken and Romancanel. pear in another pair gold ear rlngt, Ilennle Bryan; 1 doxen hlut. conscientious, qualified and popular young gold Tunntl City. miin,whoia re should be proud to see hon- glass fruit dishes, Johnnie Bryan; $10 Mist piece, J, T. Totten; diver butter-knifMessrs. Moore A Reader have about may desire. ored with any position he Mrs. Lucy 2,000 doxen eggs to ship. Mollis Alexander; glass Mrs, Mollis Don't Fail to visit tbe Grand Kmporl- - Dawson; silver butter-knifShipments to the amount of 155 car " Mrt. White; load were tent over the C.,G. It. A N., R. urn of McRoberta A Btagg for Holiday Swope; silver butter-knifgood before purchasing elsewhere. Wtll pair towels, Mrt. Broaddus; R. during one month. have large dock of silverware and Jewelry and tub, Dave Swope; elegant diver Conductor Wm. Turner, aaaltted by hit for the Holiday to arrive In a few day, and brakemtn, Mr. J. O'Connell, politely eject J. H. 6wopo, Lexington, for beauty and elegance can not be aur ed a turbulent passenger from the train on RELIGIOUS. 1 passed. He had $300 in tbe O. S. R. R. Monday. The Christian church at Crab Orchard his pocket but refused to pay bla fare. IIavino bought out the barn est and sad- Dr, E. O. Guerrant, assisted by Uucle dlery business of 'Squire W. R. Canon, I baa unanimously called Eld. J, G. Living, Joe Hopper, of Perryville, and Rev, Trip(hop at my at a- -. ston to preach for It next year, out a will open Dr. J. M, Evans' meeting at the Pres- let!, of McKinney, held quite a successful bis, where all klada of repairing ill be of dose at the lowest rates. Prof. 8. M. Rig-ae- y byterian Church, reckoning by visible re. meeting here, and organited a church of the shop and will suits, Is not at successful aa the aangulne about 2) members. There baa been $200 will be In charge which be glad to ate hit friend both aa to harness saints had hoped, but the fact it material subscribed for building a church, Is getting scarce here, or that which can will b erected a soon aa possible. the veterinary butlnee. A, T, and be reached, and it will Je pretty hard to Mr. E. Zimmerman, accompanied by (J IHi.li, IWr.ll received a new line of China, (11 and Quernawsre, including some handsome Tei, Chamber and walensets. McAlisler A Just Aright'. Ilpirr g LOCAL NOTICES. 2-- . MoAI-l.ter- get up a revival except Among the tocall-e- d 'christian who have become cold or lukewarm. The brethren ate much plea. eil with the effort ol the Dc and they be lieve mink good wilt be accomplished throogh Mm. It seem that the Rv. I'entx will not get into the ministry after all He made application for admission, but continued In priach for hi, charge at Georgetown and his Inlenllon coming to the ear of hi flock, they finlcVly relieved him from further duty. The Kplecopal authorities, also didn't like this "double mlndednew," and they refused to accept him until he ahowed more earnestness In hi intention. The result Is that Brother I'enlt will leave the ministry and enter the practice of the law, which hi religion if not hi qualification see in a to suit best. Iiro. Pent waa never conatdered when In these part any better than he ought to be. Epl-cop- Mr. Scott, brother of the Preddrnt of the G.S. It. R,, arrived here last evening, Mr. Robinson, formerly of Cincinnati, who own a saw.mllt nearthl place, had a se vere fall from a horse last Saturday, We an happy to learn that he I Improving, Misses Emma Morgan and Carrie Lambert, who have been attending school at this place for the last three months, returned to their home in Kenton county thli week, MADISON A Brand 0Hii -- Yon can get the Louisville Democrat for one year and 12 books, standard authors, separately bound In fine mantlla, beautifor fully printed on fine piper, the small sum of $.1 Copy of paper and Hat of book a sent free. Address W. Hi Mnnnell. Louisville, Kentucky. post-pai- d FOIl TJIE- - Linear!, Ceunty Farm Far Sad! HOLIDAYS Tbs following cuts rejireient the IN OCR I oiler for ssl rrtvately my farm of 178 acres n IMaTUver.4'4 miles Fast ol Btsnford, within a half mils of the new tnrnflka now belne, constructed from Mtinford In rreatheravllle. Ansa-"'- " dirt-roa- d from lbs dwelling to tbs pike. Balldlngs sre hrlek and frame, with 10 roome. Well watered with Ans springs, aome nt them medical water. Improvements Inclndlng lbs fencing. Tirrma liberal, address nr call on n-- n HRN.NAMAIICttHK, .iKtr inTKitTiiKxeiT.. Stanlord, Lincoln county Ky. C8UHTr Airkttlll. peace-make- r, Ij toll-gat- e one-hal- crest-falle- to the wife of A. P, Eden, a 12 pound ton last Monday, Fred Burton and Wm. Finnell an slaughtering turkey by the hundred for the holiday city market. Mr. Walter Jones I distinguishing himself as an artistic dgn and scenery painter he display evident marka of genlua In this line. We learn here that a man named Cunningham deliberately jumped into the furnace at Red Rher Iron Work la Eitill county, and as a matter of course was destroyed. Miss Idi Willi has been quite sick for several days but is Improving. Willie a bright little son of J. P. Simmons hat been very Hi but i also better. Mrs, Ellen Eden is quite ill of threatened poeumonia, Mr. Buck Walls, of the East dde of Madison, haa bought the property formerly owaed by Mr. B. K. We&ren and Is building several additional rooms preparatory to becoming a permanent ciliten of our village. A movement isjon foot headed by Mir Willie Barber, mude teacher in Elliott Institute, to pave the sidewalks on Main St, In thi village. Miss Willie is a very solicitor and the enterprise tbro' her effort ia alrerdy a secured success. There have been three deaths in this vicinity since the writer arrived here. Willie Hagan, a very promising young man, just entering the threshold of a useful life was cut off by pneumonia one dsy last week. Mr. Robert Lackey, another estimable cititen died a few day ago at the residence of Mr. Andy Lackey, near Paint Lick. Elder J. II. Baker, of Ml. Sterling, has been holding a meeting at the Christian Church here this week. Three or four confessions during the meeting. Elder M. Elliott wat greatly surprised on last Saturday evening by the sudden arrival of of quite a number of the members of the congregation to which he preaches at thi point, many of them bearing substantial teatimonial of the esteem in which he and fsmlly an held. Mr. W. P. Prewitt, on behalf of the donor made a very handsome little speech after which he presented a handsome carpet given by the church; washstand, next came a atylith marble-tochina bowl and pitcher, by Elder Josiah Simmons, Sr; a doten diver plated knives and forks, by Mn. M. E. Shearer, Misses Lee snd Tsb Simmons; a table cloth, napkins and towels, by Miss Jennie Prewitt; a dish pan, dipper and ladle, by Mn. W. P. Prewitt; a dozen majolica fruit plates, by Miss Florence Shearer; Mn. J. n. Batson, of Paint Lick, presented a handsome rocking chair to Mn. Elliott. Besides the above there were numerous gifts of old hams, dressed turkeys, Ac., by parties that I have not the names at present. After the presents were all made Prof. Elliott responded in a very feeling and appropri-pt- e manner to the remarks of Mr. Prewitt. The crowd then dispersed apparently re joiced that they wen able to bestow favors upon one so grateful and worthy. p for Collars and Cuffs CONFECTIONERY D. G. SHANKS, fltOVHK VMSTKH," niCIIMOND. KENTUCKY. ofFa ntlsr, Olllns snl Draining Furnishing Goods BAKERY estimates. DOES ALL KINDS AiMrras Mm 104-- ! 1 Notice to Stockholders ! Department, and alon with them we give a few items in general stooki STANFORD, KENTUCKY Nolles Is hereby siren Ibst s mrstlng of ths stotkholdtrsol the Farmers National Bank of Stan-lor- d will ts heM at the office of ult Una on J. T. 1EAIUII8 -- KEEPS Tho 2d Tucflday IhJhh.,188, For the parrots of electing Hoard of Directors for tbs enaulof year. J. H. WWNI.KT, 1 Csihler. TII-EONLY BAKERY IN STANFORD, And sella sll ktndi of Cskes snd Breed. Oysters and Fish servel at all hours. He keeps Tlio JPlnont Confootlonory ARTJCLESINGaRPORATION Clothing, Ever la town for tbe accommodation of both ladles a and gentlemen. All be asks Is a call. Lancastcr DanvilleStanford ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., NtHHrertf, Ky. matix:TiioNE co. r, We. tbe nnaVralt.il!., n. M. liunlett, W. 8. l, KoM. IS Weat, W. R. Walksr and J. B. bate atted to snd do hersbjr ssaoelsts our sslres toscther lor ths TtufDoMof erfcllna- snd csf- ryltis: on a Telephone Llns between thai towns of Mil-It- JOHN DINWropiE,PRO'K. offices, Tbe corporation Is to bare power to eatabllih bylaws and maks sll rules snd regulations (bit may be deemed expedient for tho management of Its affairs sod not inconilatsnt with ths constitution aod lawa of tbe State of Kentucky or of the United poration. The corporation Is to hata power to make contracts, scqulre snd transfer property to auch extent aa may bsneceaaary to carry on tbs business of ending telephonic messtges to snd from Its vsrl-o- tbs corporate nsuis of "Tbe Lancstttr, Danville A 8tanford Teltphona Company." Tbe corporation Is to continue and exist for the space offinyjrars from tbs tint day of January, IMS, to bavs tho power to sue and liability to be aoed by Its corporate name; to hare a common s si with power to slier tbs same wbenerer tbe Hoard ol Iiliectora may set proper to do so. Tho abarea or Interest in ssld Company shall be transferable on tbebookaof tbs Company, oaly. and cancellation pf tbe old Certlficats of Block snd Inalng s nw ons to tbs transferee. Tho priests property of tho members of the corporation shall be tiempt from the delta of the cor- lsncaaur, mnmisana mcnoiaavuie, kj., nnuer Hats and Caps, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I havo recently Gloves and Ties, ana mien a to nave taken charge of thia home nrai-cia- a accommodations. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KIT. c- - Tne corporation shall at no time be subject to s debt or dsbtaor liability, director contingent, to greater amountthsn ors tbouisnd dollsra. The amount of capital stock of the corporation tball bs 12,000 and Us principal place oftutlneaa Lancaster, Ky. Tbs capital stock ol tbe Company aball be dlrlded Into aharra of IS each, snd each stockholder iball be entitled to s Certificate ol tbs Stock he holds and paya lor. Ths stock anbscrlbed ahall be paid on or before tbe 1st day of January, 1883, in cub, or material or labor for building ths line. The time of the commencement of the corporation aball be tbe lat dsy ol January, 1883, and continue fifty years. Tbs sflslrs of ths corporation ahall be conducted by a President and four Directora, to be elected by tbs stockholders on the lat Monday In January, 1883, at Lancaster, Ky and on the 1st Mondsy in Jsnuary thereafter at Lsncuter.eicept that tbe time and place of hold In? the election for officers mar be chaneed from time to tlms.aa the Presi dent and Directora of ths Compsny may deem beat. The nature of tbe butlotsa proposed to be transacted by the corpor&tloo la sending rueisages by meana ol teiepnone, wire ana mscninery, to sna from ths towne of Lancaster, Danville, Stanford, firyanterllle, Nlcholaasllle and auch way station a aa may be erected by ths Company on the line. Tha President and Directora ahall appoint a Sec retary and Treasurer. Ulven under our hanJi thla 13lh day of DecemK- - M. BUlIDETT, ber, 188. W. C H AL.feL.IW W. 8. MILLER. ROBERT It. WEST, J. B. KINNAIRD. Stale. ggtssH E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Dry Goods, This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Iti Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. SmmmSSSaSSXiu Boots and Shoes, will be conveyed to aid froae th depot Ran: iree 01 ensrajs, nperiai urosBBoaaiioil 10 to Commercial Travelers. The Bar will be always eapplied with the choleeet braade of LIaora aid Cigars. Stanford Female College. STANFORD, With Thlalnstltutlon KY. 101- -t . ,1 !! mimmt.... ,1. w ..... v. .f peruii iiaviug iiftiuia ,muh T lll nrMant th,m lil mM. nnn. t. All fl.w.la itu,t proien,'at ths Fsrniers Nstlonal Bank, Stanerly ford. AllTbdebted to the atate are requested to , settle si once. NOTICE ,.! ! a Full Corps of Teachers, will open Its Thirteenth Session tsepiemner next. OF A ALL THE BRANCHES Rubber Goods, sr a onmeza nonuajr in THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE Are taught, as well aa 102-- J. a. onniiM, aumr. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. MDBIC, TUB LANQUAQES. DKAV- INO AND FAINTING. MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. SI.-60- - 8t, - h Sam. M. Burdeft. Editor. There will be a Christmas Tree at on the evening of Dec. 25th. Messrs. J. G. A L. B. Carter are build ing for themselves s on the 8. W. e square. corner of the Mr. Sam Kennedy, ot Crab Orchard, haa been appointed assistant to James Msret, agent L. A N. R. R. at this place. The Kewcomb Hotel haa been under going repaira. A nice sample room has been arranged sdjoining the public room. The merchants aae getting in their hol iday goods and aome of them will tell what they have to the readers of this column next week. After having had ail sorts of weather during tbe past ten daya, the indicationa wen yesterday that the conditions were settled and we would have clear, cold weather for a time. The small hoys have already begun their nightly practice of ahooting Roman in the candles, torpedoes and streets. It ia generally believed that tbey ill finally burn up the town. Tbe year is drawing to a close and Messrs. Jack Adams A Son desire to re mind all those indebted to them either by note or account that now is a good time to come forward and settle. They haye indulged their dtbton for a long time, and they now need the money and mutt have It. Married. At the residence of the bride's mother near thia place, on the even ing of the 7th Inst., Mr, John Cook, of Pleasant Valley, to Miss Vina Langford daughter of William Langford, deceased. The ceremony was pronounced by Eld. Jas. Chestnut. The hippy pair have tbe wishes of many frltndt for a long life of hippi Court-house law-offic- e Court-hous- theycsMHOTbe. Don't you think, tben, (hat it would be prudent to secure Indemnity in case such losa or damage ahould occur T I offer you this st the loweil rales onuinauie in any uw-cusnd You msy rAmmnT. 1 the take your choice. m retirement seven lMliLIlf. JINO. M. IWium Tour honae. or Your cools, or rour lire atock. or your other property have not been burnt or Injured by Are or llgbtntng, Is no guaranty that TERMS MODERATE. Trunks andValises, T- MO; In Tuition, crlces ranee from 123 to 60 In th regular Departments. Primary, fi3; Intermediate l'repaietoj j, U0, and Collegiate, SS0. r For full psrtlcnlars. as to Board. Ac, address ' MRU. S. O. TKUEIIEAKT, stanrora, unooin u., kj. lrlucler. FINE FARM FOR SALE! rrlratelr my excellent little Farm Acre. In tbe weat end of Lincoln coun- a mils of rsyton'e Well. It ielf of within H Btanford pike and mile from tho MlltedgeTlIle well IK miles Iroin SUnlord i. Uuttonrllle pike, ia grass watered, tiu good improtement;about K la in snd wheat and balance for corn next year. It la very productive. Any pereon applying atone M. J. KOUTT, can obtain a bargain. of 100 ty, I offer for sale Bi sssssBs. - sH HI sssl WM. DAUGHERTY Successor to Dsughertj & Ilvde, STANFORD. KENTUCKY, lUWLu MUivujiiaij J Mrs. Kate Dadderar, Stanford, Kentucky, Isdslly receiving new and beautiful Millinery f3ftn.li of AvervdeecriDtlon tTervthlnff of the lat est styles, snd no lady who intends buying any- inins lu ner uoe suouia 'i locau du uer. unci ss low as tbe lowest, bho la thanklul lor past and hopes tar their continuance. Mr a. Mollie departMyera haa cbaige ol the Mantua-Makin- g ra ment, which las sufficient guarantee that her 89-- lf will find no cans tor cotuplaluL Lancaster street, "Bruce's Bound Bosom" Shirts, B -- MaiDFACroaiRa or Fine Carriages, Buggies, gi0 H A Lincoln Co. Farm' HllmLetl on a ceded 200 Acres FPU SALE I th Danillla A. Lancaster Dike, at Col. Brucs's bridge. About SO acres In wheat, which la with cloier and timothy, making almost wun tbe entire farm In grass, wen wairrea of eescrai rprtugs; also one the largest noreral never-tailin- g snd best spring ponds Iu tbe county, making it a desirable sleek htm Has on it a good, comforta ble dwelling bouse, ice nouae. emote nouae sou ham. cm! rabln recently built! S Young orebsrd r.r lUlrhAlM annU lnL ipimJ kitchen. Esnien. Ae. Termsof sale mad known ou application, llalfof purchase money may remain on JOHN HUlLuER. KMlUenl Lancaster, Ky, Underwear, AND PHAETONS, WAGONS pF"ALL KINDS. H. i JM of all descriptions, workmen and ualng employing only firet-claonly first-clamaterial, snd aril at reasonable figure etvle, worktnanahlp and material eonald 11 WM. UAVUUEKTT. ed. We manufacture Carriages Articles of Incorporation Holiday Goods, SA-XEJ- ! VALUABLE COAL LAND. Aa Executor ol K. M. Bradley, deed,, I wtll, In Lancaster, Ky., on table-tpoon- i, table-clot- h tea-se- wath-boar- d caa-to- r, first-cla- The Mt. Vernon Thespian Clubexpects to give an entertainment one night during the holidays. The exercises will consist of vocal and Instrumental muai;, charades, rccitationa snd tableaux.Mr. J. L. White- bead will be the central figure in the thrilling tableau, "The Diah running away with the Spoon." The proceeda of tbe entertainment will be given to the poor, Mr. U. H. Williams, who haa been oo- for the talnlng deeds to the Kentucky Central XI. It. through this county, hat about completed the undertaking. waa giv In most Instances the en; in olben tbe (Jonipany was able to setA few men, tle with the however, failed to aettle and their lands will be condemned by appropriate proceedings. It Is noted at a lingular fact that although the Knoxvllle Branch Railroad baa been running through this county fourteen vsars, there yet remains pending ia the Circuit Couit here a suit for damages growing out of tbe The original parties plaintiff are dead, and the ault ts now progressing la taw aasaeef some infant heir. The case has been once in the Court of Appeals. right-of-waright-of-wa- y right-of-wa- es. MONDAY, DEOEMI1EII 18, '82, Expos for sals to tbs brit and highest bidder about .tSO ArrrM of valuable Coal Land, lying Immediately upon the Kooxvllls branch of the Nashville Railroad, In Uurel county. Loulevllle Ky .embracing tbe land upon which la situated Ksulkuer A McLean's Mills timber reserved. Tbs ssls will be mads ons credit of and 12 months, bonds ol equal InaUllmsola with good aecurlty, bearing 9 per cent. Intereat from day of aala until paid, required of purchaser, and a Un retained, ttt-t- d W. O, BHABLEY. And a Thoroughly Equipped f nen or tiii Lincoln County Telephone Go. We, Geo. D. Wearen, W. P. Walton and J. W. Alcorn, do hereby associate ourselves together for the purpose of forming an Incorporated Company, to be railed and known aa ths Lincoln County Telephone Company) snd do sdopt these a th article of Incorporation, 1. The principal place of business of th Company shsll be at Stanford In Lincoln county, Ky. 2. The general nature ol ths hue' new proposed to b transacted la ths estsbllahment, construction and maintenance of a telephone tin from Hun-for- d to McKlnuey and Hustonvllls snd such other points aa may be bereatter selected. S. Th amount of capital atock shall b notleaa than aix hundred dollsra nor more than one thousand dollars, to l divided Into ehsresof ten dollar each, and to be paid ratably on such ahars whenever required by Ibe Board of Directora. a to commence on the 9th , Tbs corporation dayofVecsmber, IMJ, and aball endure for twenty-yeara from thai data unices aoooerdlaaolvsd fire by majority of th atock ot it members. S. Thaslfsirsof tha corporation ars to b conducted by a Hoard of lv Directors, of whom three shall constitute a quorum for th transaction of huslnesa. Tbs first election of Directors shsll b beldontbevth dsy of December, I8M. snd ths regular elections thereafter shsll l bsld oa th first Saturday In December of each year. Moo but shareholder. In lb stock ol th corporstloa Directors, snd soy Dtrsctsr shall b eleglbl ceasing to bo a shareholder ahall vacate hia otnes. The ward of Directora. a quorum concurrlnf.shall hats tbs power of sppolotueut snd remorafof sll such managing agents at tbey shall deem necewary forpropeily conducting tbs business of ths Company. a. Th. hlhMt .mount of InJ.btaJnau or liabil ity to whlcb the Company ahall at any subject liaeu ia nut 10 exceed lour uuuurevi luiun, corpor7. Private property Is to U siempt from ate debts. . A member shsll hsvs ths right to withdraw from tbs Incorporation st any Urns after Ibe Board of Directora ahall determine the amount to be received by such member ou bis withdrawal. lnteatlmony whereof, we bst hereunto .ur nsa.es, this W. P. WALTON, - i Grocery Department, PUBLIC SALE liHiul, MONDAY, At the Court-Mou1-H- Where Every Product of the Country is oougnt ana soia. iu iaci, we do a General Exchange Buii' iik Stock,fcc. Ai Executor of J. O. Owsley, deed., we will sell at (mono auction, on through our enc tire line, thui onr tra.de an advantage Not uiually found anywhere elie. giv-in- DECEMBER 18, 1882, door ia Dsovllle, Ky., M and blan. Acres of Land, situate oath psnvlll turnpike road, SK mile from Danville, lord lUuben Gentry, J. W. Hunt aod Westlsy tmlll. 1. W. Iluaat. Em . will Uolnt OU1 tbs boundary Una to parties wishing to look at tbs land. Also ai tns ssius nine sou puce, wiiissu tan not Hhireffi at stock In tha Canlral National door Alaoat tbs Coit-IIu- s Bank of Danvllls. lBSjiaalord,ou MUKUAI, i, tsu, lummy iiuridsvl if Shins or stuck In th uiavds Ns known tlonal Usak of Stanford, Ky. Terms ou psy ol sals. A large Line of Christmas Goods Now on Exhibition. jak. BRUCE.WARREN&CO. ATTIIE"T WIN FRONTS.' jfii"5rYK' Eirt tf W $& IDJ--U J. ALCOKN, f STANrOJ1'' i 3C3T. 15, 18S2 Friday Jteralavf, Deeenber notr ui unit: asvArr.n. II "You havo good looks, yon iiaro youth, yon ltavo ml Irvss. Oomo at onco you lo a ldjr whoso fortune, with her hand, will repair what you havo wasted. " ItoKo ilUlhlmrno throw down hit nuclo's letter, lighted a cigar And his feet Id tho table. IIo know very well, he tailored, whom his undo referred to a ward of his, Miss Elinor Channccy, who must by this timo bo of marriageable ago, ho considered. "I'm not a marrying man," muttered young llatlilmrne, "but when I saw that girl, eight years ogo, alio promised to bo a beAiity ; and n man might do worse, perhaps, than to toko a pretty wifo with plenty of money." Ho was n dissipated-lookinyoung man of 25, with a black mnatncho and - curling hair, which he rado tho most of. He had a fair proportion of brains, but no morals to speak of. IIo kept Afloat in good society, however, having a knowledge' of good breeding, And a rich undo tho Honorable Christopher Brndenel. Tho Honorablo Christopher Brudcnol had written him tho nbovo letter. Ho was partial to his nephew. Boon tho French hotel whero Rolfo Rathburno boarded knew him no mora, Ho left these congenial quarters and betook himself to tho fatigues of n rail way journey. It had been some years since ho had been at Ashdon, lib uncle's country house. Eight years before, whon ho was a rather vicious lad of 18, his undo, in a fit of passion, had forbidden him tho house; but that was one of tho many bygones which Mr. ItolfoRath-burne'- s relatives were obliged to overlook, Ashdon, with its white front pillars, its green lawns dotted with flower-ladestone urns, its fountains and whispering ash trees Ashdon looked familiar. He had walked up from the station, leaving his baggage to be sent for. "Let me Bee," ho soliloquized, viewing the place from a rise in the road. Tho girl was 13 when I saw her last MdI will Introduce when ho first sought his chamber, ncro was an naoxamplcd piece of good fort-anBirdie was so boautifnl sod bewitching. Ho would marry hety pay those tormenting debt, set up a city kouso And enjoy life. He would like to showBirdioto tho men of his set so fresh, o pretty and charming. Wouldn't they grow green with envy? Ho laughed in tho darkness with thinking of it. n roseFresh and sweet as a bud Birdio certainly was ; but Mr. to his anrpriso, found her also a e. half-blowRath-burne, little thwny. No, sho didn't caro to walk in tho garden, and sho did dialiko cigar smoke, and sho wouldn't troublo him to carry her parasol or fan for her. But wouldn't sho show him tho goldfish And perch ? They were ia tho pond, Birdio said, And tlio maid would givo lika somb crumbs to call them up. Mr. Bathburno rctirod discomfited. "Birdie," said tho Honorablo Christopher, tho acxt day, " don'f you liko my nephow?" "Not particularly," answered Miss Birdio, with raro courage. Tho Honorablo Christopher stared. clo-vat- ed lit g "Hoighty toighty I such sirs arc not n a charming little brunette and they called her Birdie. She mast.bo 22 now, and fascinating enough, 111 be bound I Lonely here! Uncle keeps her secluded, I fancy. Good idea I A beauty with a forteae is rather dangerous property to bo lying around loose. Wonder what her fancy is in men ? Girls always havo nose notions of their own. As she ia a brunette, I suppose I ought to havo a big blonde beard to be killing." Ho had reached tho gates of Ashdon by this time, when a man with a big blonde beard suddenly approached him. He had a package of letters in his hand. Apparently he had just arrived and was in a hurry. "Were yoa going in?" lie asked. "Yes," said ltathburne. .The man, who was well dressed and of fine appearance, selected a letter from the number in his hand. VI have a letter hero for Miss Ghaun cey. Will you be kind enough to de liver it to her personally?" Rathburno, in good humor, assented civilly, and the man passed on, walking rapidly, "He's not the postmdb. A tradesman, probably," mused Bathburno. The letter was simply addressed, in a clear uniform chirography, "Miss Chauncey, Ashdon." He put it in the breast pocket of his coat, and turning the handlo of the iron gates of Ashdon, walked in. Bolfe Bathburno had delivered that letter with kindling eyes. Birdie's dork him out- -" eyes and rosebud mouth wero more becoming to yon, miss I I havo invited my nephew here to pay court to you. I You requiro you to treat him civilly. will do so, of course. Yon are not of ago, remember." will bo in two months," replied Birdie, quietly, who seemed to havo stitched her eyelids down to her sowing. Christopher was The Honorable amazed. Wai it possihlo tho girl was no longer afraid of him ? It could not bo. Whoro hod sho found courago? No influence averse to his own could possibly havo been brought to bear upon her. IIo took no notico of her last remark, but passed grandly from tho room. But days and weeks passed, and though Birdio would sometimes with Bolfe Rathburno, would sometimes let him attend her in feeding her birds in tho aviary, and her fish in tho fountain, ho over felt the little beauty's disdain. In vain ho oiled his hair and concealed his tobacco. Birdio's lovely eyes looked him over from head to foot coldly. Sometimes, when bIio was very weary of idleness and dullness, sho would consent to play a gamo or two of chess with him, and she allowed him to teach her to ride horseback by the Honorablo Christopher's directions, taking tho most sequestered roods, and attended also by his favorito servant, a fellow with black eyes, who, riding alter, watched her liko a ferret. But Birdio did not try to run away, and nobody communicated with her. "These rides, I supposo they aro sofo enough," said tho Honorablo Christopher to his nephow; "but I feel obliged to bo a littlo careful. Mordaunt is a determined fellow. When he finds that ho lias been deceived, and comes bo back from France, thero is sure-ttrouble. But I hope you will havo safely married Birdio by that time. Let me see ho will ransack the convents in tho shortest possihlo time, and you understand, I refused to givo him the namo of tho school and will probably be back here, fierce as a lion, this fall Birdio seemed to droop this summer. She needs theso horseback rides, no doubt; otherwise I should not allow her outside tho garden 'walls. No outside communication with her has boen possible for six months." "You have full control of her money, I supposo? " "Yes, until bIio is 21, unless sho marries before that time. Mordaunt could take every cent any time, for sho always liked him better than sho did mo, from a child. But you see if you cut "I HCCHAXAN'9 HHMAXCK. moved stiffly along tho path, Frcsldest Jasea BttotiBn's backs entered another, stooped to pick tip a letter which lay then. It ws Addressed lorhood was the result of a foolish While a succaesful to Birdie. Mr. Rathburao thought it looked familiar, sossehoff. He had no young lawyer in LicsMr bo became engaged to a beautiful bat somewhat scruples About reading it: .Mr Biami r I know now where yon dotaktcorirtg girl, Bosao legal business wn, and I im nesr you. Don't grlevo nj seat him into a netfffcborh--g county, more, tie hippy all will toon bo well. Ai where ho remained for several days. oon as I liars taken soma stcpi to ferret out ono eve lag hefotmd a wrong which Is Icing done you, I will Uko When lo returned yon out of UrodeneTi cue. A carriage will his office filled with impertuBato diesta, wall jait beyond tho tonth gato at Aihdon, at and tired and hungry as ho was he at10 o'clock, on Ui night of Ang. 30, to boar you tended to their business. Then hurryaway with ma to bneoroe my own beloved wife, ing to tho homo of tlio angel of his I will plica you tafely In my own home with dreams ho found it closed and dark. my mother, while I return to fight Brudenel Noxt morning ho repeated tlio visit, n his own den. I thill tike my own chance At the and, although ho saw Mies of getting thb to yon by asking the favor of hU nephew to plica It la your window, ko was told by tho servaat hands. He comes courting you. I think ha that sho was not at home, ne walked will do U. Inhittal Abnan. away and nover approached the house Thero camo before Rolfo Ratliburne again. Neither could sabde vide mrtn with a enough to naako or seek an explanation. a vision of tho big blondo beard. IIo looked up, and Tho young lady shortly afterward died, stood staring blankly at tho open gate and Mr. Buchanan never attempted to of Ashdon. Thero wero tho marks of wis another woman. carriage wheels without, and a haadker-chie- f of Birdie's is tho 'dast. In tho eve of that Bttnreao Betas; to Ho rushed into tho house to the whom our internal frame is ascovered, honorablo's bedside, and pounded him dispositions hold tho placo of actions. Pell-meawake. they tumbled up- Blair. stairs to Birdio's room. Tho cago was TW ad of life is to bo like unto God; empty ; tho bird had flown. "Tho letter how did sho get it?" and tlio soul following God will be like havo not a unto Him ; Ho being tho beginning, yelled tho honorablo. middle and end of all things. Socraiej. servant who dares accept a bribe I" suppose," confosscd Birdio's Hall's Catirrh Cure Is taken internally would-b- e suitor, "that I brought it to It acts directly upon the blood and the mu her when I came Ho was a business-lik- o coua surfaces of the lyettm. Price, 75c, looking man with a big blondo For sale by Penny & McAlItter, Stanford beard." If Catarrh has destroyed your senis of " It was," yelled tho Hon. Christo- smell and hearing, nail's Catarrh Curs will pher. Wo Are lost." curs you, "Scents per bottle. Druggists As, indeed, thov were. sell It. ilo 00 MA1SWTI o lMoivxji; t ROBBED VIA LOUISYILMC 1XD TIIK Thousands of graves art annually roMrd ctlhell viciims, lives proiongm, happlnteaand health restored by use of the great CHURCH niREnOHT. T. i - GERMAN INVIGORATORI Which poMllvelr and permanently cures ..k, ...... MKTl'lOIUST, SOUTH.-IU- Dn 01 3 & MISSISSIPPI DALLY TRAINS THK KA8T AMD 1SORTH. olanr A. W. renew frauaedliT timers dlsratl klnd.l and that ssnl frnktrmm. -, all Helf.At.uas Ions of S Louisville to CincimiRti! , 4 Fret Parlor 4 CYv aad Mow Day Coaches Without mange, DAILY TRAINS men's Missionary Boclety nrets hero n tho lit eiinday In each month, at S o'clock. Mrs. T, T, Unlets, Prraldent. energy, kssnti sequenced J. M. memory, uslveraal UulluJr, pain In the back, HAI1IOI -- liar. I'ah.II.limes',, Paalnr. Bervlcet M.. ..!. -- , h.tnln. J dimness of vlslnn, premature old age, and miny night. peeinin pn r.wiu cu.--Wednesday after-- , U oil Prayer ...I Mealing every lead to roniuinptlon and other diseases thst nwm. Sunday Bchool at f.10 A. M, Jt. K. Barrow Deruend for rtrrulsrs with teatl-- i Superintendent monlals free by mall, Tho l.XllUOKATIfH . llRIBTIAM-VVorshTpbyIs sold at II per box, or sis Faxes for 15, br all, congreffatlaa evdrusxtsts,or will t tent free by mall, securely ery Lord'i dir. lYenchlngbyHr J. W. Cos sealed, on receipt tf price, bv addrealni on First and Third Ixrd'i dirt, Bnndty School r, Mt s..i aa. It t IS. Joe. Hoversnce, Fuperlntendent 113 Adams etrrrl,Titelo, Ohio, , TJItKsnYTrillAN.TioTiTII.-TleI. 8. McF.I-- I v. rl Sole sgent for tho United Dtates, ray. pastor. Hunday m hool at t:M. John W. lDnl. Hnnerlnlenilent. Union Prsvsr Mftattnfnn (We.lnes.lsr nights. f shsio-- i. lwJt&fr&terZ ii.. ,hl..t evvry Hiinday II. P, tl,-l- l. .arL- r Morrison, morning snd t,r fallow a ... .."., .. in XiOIljHVllIo to St. XiOlllH Unit With- - HarporV 1883. Mngnzino! AND THE WH8TJ Bleeping Call and Day CoethM to 61, Ml.l.VHTRATKIt. OPERA HOUSES. fine-looki- "I "I con-ver- so Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't Villages, not badly built by any be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken means, occur at intervals of a mile or Internally. Price, 75 cents. . moro apart all along tho roads of China, Very good brick much about tho same size, shape and material as those made in tliis country compose the walls of the better houses, whilo for tho poorer order of edifices mud is used. Tho brick walls in Cliina are excellent better than tho cheap brick walls in America, And but littlo inferior to our best preserved brick. When villages aro constructed of mud thero is a striking resemblance The blood it the foundation of to tho villages of Egypt. Tho houses riLLAtiica in cum a. $100 REWARD Ilarner'i Mscatlne bratm lie slalvlvlh vol-- 1 STANFORD. KY. nro with the Derrmher nnm Wr. It It not onlv I euivaang. the most nonalsr HrBalrited nerloilleal InAmerl-- l W. V. WALTON, - Proprietor. c and England, but tlso th lirgrst In I'l scheme, 2 2 DAILY TRAINS the most beiutlful 'n Its ippMranco, ait the best j ! for the home. A Lenljiillo to Indlanapslbi, Chicago, magaslnt Major," by Constance new novel, entitled 8lttof fling", JoaM. nihtromVeletetsol eVrn-er- jr Fenlmoren oolson. "For the Heeling capacity. Including gallery, 100. Reasonable Isles to goo. I attractions. Address lumoroi "Anne," waa begun in mo noveni-l- r lie numWr. In llterarj tnd artistic etrellenre, aMB.TMK mouth s iliove. the Magailno Itnprovrs with each su'cesslvenani-l- r. Day Coaches and Kecllolng Chair Can Through iwcla! efldfte bar len ms.le lor the Mint- n uuovi vjiangv. er entertalnmenlof Its resJers through humorous STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, stories, sketches, Ac. For Wtiahlnctem, Hultlmnrff Fhlladrl- pHin, new Torn una notion, DEPOT 8T, STAMFORD, KY., , I'F.momaii-NThis Is tho Very Dest Itoute, n You Uivo Ko raa tesk. 0, ., WINE, iningeoi mm. -Itirter'iMagatlne.. HfO .. Harper's Weekly ..IN (4 I llarper'l llaaar .... I Hits Throogh DiJ Coitiesoi All Train The cr.it.ii in 10 00 Tiiaxa above publications .- - 7 00 , Any two above ramid....... Monuments, Hare No Midnight Changes I .J M 'aBBXaBBBBBBBBVVSB. .. ISO 9 llarper'e Young People.. HeadslAoee, Htasjpf,tJgtja Arrive at BU Louie Hears la aaraare of Harper's Magnlne. Tablets, Ac. S 00 Mitble Work Other Liars, thenby securing wore lime I r llarper'e Young People. 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Cor. 4th and Mala Ma. Louisville, Ky. an.1 ClarslSed, for V lumee 1 to SO.Iocla. Or,' to J. D. IllLL,0.nl, Emigrant Aft., slve from June, ISM, to June, UN, one vol., lvo. Lebanon, Kentucky t" loin, Si. IIAItl'E.l'H ........ . t ........ KENTUCKY GENTflAL R. R. ar raa --THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTfi 1883. Harper's llarper'e llluatiatrd T- O- PLAIN TRUTHS rat-lik- o havo no outside windows and but one opening, which is tho door. Tho openings for lights aro upon Inner courts or back yards, and are without gloss, Tho caves aro made to project, so as to keep out tho rain, and in doing so exduds much light as well. Blinds mado of slats aro sometimes used, and thin, light pa per pasted over tho slats serves to keep out some of tho cold air and let in a lit tlo light. Tho houses are invariably ono story high, and at tho bottom of this custom is a superstition that higher houses would interfero with the spirits of the air ("Fung Chui") and offend them, thus bringing disaster upon tlio house or village. In front of each door, and at a distanco.of eight or ten feet, stands a detached, wall, fifteen feet long and as high as tho coves of tie house, concealing tho door from any person standing in front of it. This is for the purpose of defending tho houso and family from tho malignant "Fung Chui" or spirits, which aro popularly believed to fly only in straight lines and to bo incapable of turning a corner. It follows that when traversing tho air in scorch of a certain houso when they come in contact with the wall they are thrown off at au angle, and thus baffled of their purpose, and fly in a tangent through infinite spaco and are lost. A Chinese village has but littlo in common with thoso of this country either in detail or in general appearance. Whilo tho villages of America, copied from English prototypes, are peculiar from their detached and separata build, with gardens and grass plats, those of China ore com- life, it circulate through every.part of the body, and unless it is pure and rich, good health is impossible. If disease has entered the system the cut sure and quick way to drive It out is to purify and enrich the blood. These simple facts are well known, and the highest medical authorities agree that nothing but iron will restore the blood to Its natural condition; and also that all the iron, preparations hitherto nude blacken the teeth, cause headache, and are otherwise injurious. Brown's I ros Bitters will thoroughly and quickly assimilate nith the blood, purifying and strengthen, ing it, and thus dme disease from any part of the system, and it will net blacken the teeth, cause held-ach- e or constipation, and is positively tut injurious. Saved his Child. poalllon In politics, lliidmlrihlo llluilrstloni. Hi carefully ehoMU aerials, short stories, sketthea And decidedly tho Topnlar Route, afforJIcr. ai It tnd peetni, rontilhuted by the foremost mists tnd does, leas cbsngee end. ttiperlor accommodations to tatbnri oflhedsy. It cirrlet Instruction and entertainment lo thousands or American home. Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, It wlllajwiva be th. aim ol the publishers lo mike Harper's Weekly the moat populsr md attractive family newspaper In tho world. ane aorta, iorinwewiana nm. an isei, mnitrthlal n frln In ane dlrWtloD. vowr Interest will he leatsrrvrd hr purchasing your tlck.lt via PKIHODIOAI.N, IIARPKK'M K. C and Cincinnati. 1 Trains each war 2; Poll man Palace care; Urgent new Day uoacoee, ana raa Tan. furnished Ueellnlnf Chair Cars form Harp r'a Weekly.... h.nMm.le II 00 tho uneqnalrd equipments of this Old Reliable, Harper's atags'toe .. 4 00 tnereny mating a sup over snie line vnv 01 iuiu-rlo.4C liar per a naiar comfort and pleasure. Try II. .10 00 The Tiiaxa ibovt publications. Any Twoobovo nsue.1 . . .. 700 TIME TABLE, IN EFFEOf OCT. U, ISM. I SO Harper'e Young People SOUTH. CINCINNATI! "Weekly ! It.t,VHTKATKi. Weekly atinds it the head of American weekly Journals, Ity Hi unpattlsan This preparation la pnrelr vegetable and free froru all deleterious or ilanaemu. substances, and It I. absolutely rerialn lobrtngalllilndsof worma Irom tha human system II t. not nauseating lo tho moat Oellcalesioinach and chlldreo will uka II as reattlr as ther w II inuUnra, which should rerommen.1 It lo nerr bnutekeeir Parentecan apply It with aafetr, and sparkling evea, happr fscra, and Jorou splrtts will onronai Iceisly vspceaa the gratTiiide of the Itlllo one. II Is tha whIw SMmi Stiller that Is pleasant to tak. Iweotr-Bv-up la vials, and sold b dealers al lut centa. Tnrabolile. Manurarturrit by C. l'HOOK7 A- - CO. 1 em0, Mo. J. Ho. t. I Lvs. Covington. " 'almoulh " CjDthlana " Parle Are. Lexington... Lvo. LrsJnitoa Art. Winchester. ML Sterling. Ashland ' lluntlnglon.. Moan ii. Lvo. Huntington Arr. Lexington 10 W 11 IX 15 0Q am XSOp i Warn 4 10 p i a tn a 09 p 45 pi Ma m i 2 XI I ispa pn 01 pm f 7 ( 35 SO pm 7X1 S 05 par X0 00 p p p p I I I I pm Mo. No.. . I. " Jlimanj MU Hurling. " Winchester - IX Lvo. Lexlngtoa " s aria .. Feb. it, ilk. Genu: Upon the recommendation cf a friend I tried down's a tonic and Ikon Ditteks for my djuchtcr, whom 1 wis thoroughly convinced wai waiting awaj with Consumption. Having lost three daughters by the terrible disease, under the care of eminent physicians. I was loth to believe that anything could arrest the progress of the disease, but, to my great surprise, before my daughter had taken one battle of Baowa'i iMort UirTias. she began to mend and now la quite restored to former health. A nuh daughter began to show signs of Consumption, and when the physician waa consulted he quietly said "Tonics were re. 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When no lime IX lOim mentioned, II will lie uod.rstood thai tha tub IX 45 am scrlber wishes to commeoco with the number next after the ireelpt of order. 45im InTho last four annual volumes of Ilsrper'sWrekl r Dost cloth blading, will be sent by mall, Mo. 6. postage paid, or by espreaa, free ol rxieUM tpro- r viueu me espense uoes nos vxceeu one aousr II TO put 1125 pm I07lnl lOCtpm Ke,t. Harper's Young rvonle, J"" Hiiir'i Franklin tsiuaro Library, one year, (32 numbers).. It M too pin IVtatage free to ill subscribers In the United lSpm Biatce or usnaaa. Harper s Magaalne, fa nin girrti, m.muhh, Ky, Tnr A ... I S 00 For aato In Btsnlonl by McAurrsa. I . I volume) for 17 plr volume. bindCloth cases fur each volume, suitable ing. wlllbos.nl bv mall. rwtnalJ. on receipt of tr l N.Y. Weekly Herald. OXE HOLLA It A YKAIt. I I I it The circulation of this ronular w wipe per la con- tantlv Inereaslne. It rontslns all the leadlna! news of tha Daily Herald md Is arranged lo hfody Mo.6runsdaIlr.and n" dar roachis fromCln- ctnnatl to Washington, l'ullmsn Hleepers to Kani-wh- a departments. 1 ha unr.iu.v Falls. W.Va. and Rreliolcg Chair Car to Lexington. Stop, oolv at stations tea, C K. K. Embrace special dlipatchet from all uuirlere ol runs dally, except the globe. Under Ihe bead ol when time Is given. No. .ir.ns t , Cures Coughs. Colds. Croup, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Ilaoklng, Chronlo and Whooping Coughs. Bora Throat. Sore Cheat, Congostod Lungs, Inflamod Lungs, rnoumonia. Spas-irnodi-- c. A rune aallr, except Bandar; has through coaches to Ml. Bterllag and parlor car loMaysville. No. 5 rune dallr; hsa elegsnt dar coach from Washing ton, ruumannieeper irom nanawna litis ana Cincinnati. Only can rirlor item. from Ltxlng Son to dallv. rxnnt Sun Moe. 1 and inn day, and nave through coaches from Huntington and Mt. Sterling. Direct connection at Leilngton with stages for Richmond, Kv.,Lawrenceburglety., and Versatile., Ky. L. tlUOVYN, O. W. BENDER, Superintendent. Oen'l Pal l. A Tkt, AL General oBcee, Covington, Ky, 4 Aro given the telegrtphic dispatches ol tha week from ill parti of th. Helen, This feature alone mskeeibeTHE WEEKLY HERALD the moat valuable chronicle In the w rid. It It the cheap est. Every w.ek It given a faltblul report of AMKHICAX XKItn I oHm II, WATNOK, KtV rratl Street, anclnnstl, O J ti a es Irom Washington, Including lull reports of tho speeCbrt ot eminent lltlclsLs on the questions of tho hour. Of the Weekly Herald gives the latent ae well as Ihe mott practical suggestions and discoveries relating to the duty of Hie larmrr. hints for raising political sr.ns, Embrarlof and comprehenslvo complete HALL'S dlsnalch- - THK t'AUH DKPARTJtKST P,atar1S OUllK Adoau Pnsin. charming than anything ho had ever seen before. "Yes," said the Hon. Christopher Brudenel, "my ward is very pretty, and so far she has lived a very secluded life. I have thought it best." "Has she no othel friend or guardian, Uncle Chris?" Undo Chris, florid and portly, changed color. " She is an orphan, juito alone, but for welL in fact sho had another nuard' ian Aubrey Tho rascal Mordaunt. wanted to marry her for her money, you know." '! Of course. What did you do ?" " Told kim I liad sent her abroad, and Bent him posting off to search through l the convent schools of France to find her. Meanwhilo I have sent for you. I want you to marry her. I give you this last chance. Bemember, I shall pay no more of your spendthrift bills." shall ba very happy, my dear un- "Well, for heaven's sake, get on a littlo foster! " grieved tho fat honorable, who was privately in misery lest certain liberties ho had taken with Birdio's money should be discovered by Mr. Aubrey Mordaunt. " I see I see." pact, huddled together, and present from a distance tho aspect of a mero dead wall. Ono peculiar aspect of all Chinese cities and villages is the absence of all steeples, spires or pinnacles of any kind. Whilo Mohammedan countries have tho mosque, with its flashing domes and graceful minarets, and Euro- cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion and Weakness, and renders the greatest relief and benefit to persons suffering Irooi such wasting diseases as Consumption, Kidney Complaints, etc Brown's I ron Bitters effectual-l- y Cincinnati, New Orleans &, Tesas Pacific Railway. WIXIMIH -- A. In efiect Mot. 20, 1152. II IB IX. I St CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. BOUTIUOUKD. Excelsior Art Rooms EDWAKD H. J? OX, BTATIONU. Nol7.No 8, No liNol Lex NlgtJAccoai Mill ..4, 'CX. and U IV U1I- Karl Iju 8'nd'y .!' Sy It Bathburno thought ho was getting on a little next day, A happy smile dimpled Birdio's rosy checks all day, Though sho seemed lost in her own thoughts, and did not pay very strict attention to her companion's conversation, sho allowed him to walk with her, and was far less thorny than usual. " It's going to be a fino night moonlight," remarked Mr. Bathburne, when they went in to too. Birdie assented. "It's cooler out of doors, And the fountain will look very pretty by moonlight," she said. " There's a lery comfortAblo seat that rustic one, by tho fountain." Mr. Bathburno's heart roso with a bound when Birdie, with a dazzling smi'e, replied: "Wait for mo there." At tea ho refrained from eating his favorite salad with onions, no rushed up to his rooms, after hurriedly whis pering his hopes to his undo, and drenched his handkerchief with Gorman cologne. Then hastily scribbling a letter to a pressing creditor, to tho effect that his bill should bo settled soon, he went down and sought tho rustio scat by tho fountain to wait for Birdie. Uo waited until the fountain had flung up and the basin caught a hundred gal lons of water until tho had whistled themselves hoarso and gone to bed. Sleepy from a .sitting posturo, weary and stiff-frothe dampness of tho heavy dew, Mr. Bathburno rose, at last, and abandoned his post in despair. Birdio had not oome certainly was not eoming, for (Mr. ltathburne looked at his watch in the moonlight) it was cas? ten o'clock. whip-poor-wi- pean and American centers of population aro marked by lofty towers sad North. East Corner of Main and Third Btreete, spires, China is almost absolutely withDANVXLLE, - - XE1STUOX1 out any of these striking architectural points. The result is great monotony Having recently reltted my roomi with all of the modern Improvements, I now have tho and dullness of aspect. Fropr.. Lva. Cincinnati " 11 " (Jeorgetown. MichoTaavlllo. Mlgh Lexington Finest Gallery In Central Kentucky SIALIC JPOCKKTS. cle." "I Meanwhile Birdie, though it was post mMaight, sat in her chamber, looking bin. I seem to bo g by wcke day by day, Do people ever die lor lovo when they are young aad keaUby as Fatu, I wonder? No, I tktek mi," sadly said pretty little Birdie taker own swoet self. "yjJii Wm she turned her mind intently tspoH other things. Birdie could not 's skMf) that Mt night of Itolfe coming. He could not sleep very well himself When dy-baHath-bwwe- ettt wto the moon-lightgarden ; it e had bewt a year since sho had been those garden walls, now tired stio had grown of its wearisome walks and monotonous stillness, only the bright young thing know. Her smooth cheeks looked pale in tho moonlight ; her chin rested in her little hand. "But if I could only see him onco More, I would come book And stay a year contented. I would, indeed Ho loves me; ho is tender, gentle and kind. I only live, I think, when I am with ed dut-sid1 Keapcclfully, rnalo animal abounds int. The Ml-EBWAHB H. VOX, in pockets; ho has coat pockets, vest Photographer Ky, Geological Survey pockets, and pants pockets ; breast pockets, side pockots, hind pockets, hip pockets pockets in tho overcoat, his ulster and his rubber overalls ; never leas than sixteen to twenty of these economiKentucky's Houte East cal hiding places for lots of artioles cash in looso change, cash in bills, lawyers' briefs, sermons, tradesmen's accounts, doctors' proscriptions, architects' Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. drawings, blank books of The only lino runalog all sorts And sites, enough to stock a 'or a merchant's counting-PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OAKS bookseller's stall room. All kinds of pocket articles are enumerated and defined in the. dictionary pocket comb, pocket compass, raoM pocket pistol, pocket money, pocket tf When you visit Danville, don't (all to call and see " llarrodaburg Juncl' Acm D'lyl Dentil!......... " Danville Junction. tU.S 2ZO Hoinersel ,......... A.M 2 30 Point Burnsld.. 7 10 6 03 Kockwood- -, 7 41 (St " Boring qty Korea. :si sso 43 I sol Art, Chstlanuoga Nol6.No Acm ., Bridge.... s mho so Si 11 25 a 40 r. 4 ii iTii IS S.45 Noli II BX 12 to! 12 25 12 S7 11481 38 710 12 00 734 12 7 87 12 47 8 IS 1 03 S45 : 1M kS5 1 K ID S40 1015 10 25 145 cattle, poultry, grain, trrea, veretsblee, Ac, Ac, 13 RECOUMEKDLD DY riTlfgICIA!;i witu suggestions lor seeping buiiuing iim iirmiog utensils In repair This is tupplrueuled by a SB wall euttej department, widely i opted, under tne Ottnrrh of tho Nnaal Cnvlty-Chro- nla nna head of Catarrh of tho Ear, Lro or Ulcerntlvol lea THE HOME, Throat. It taken INTtRNALLY, nnd (living recipes fur practical dishes, bints tor msk-In- g Blood nets UIRCOTLY upon tha8ystom. nnd It Mucous Ourfnoea of tho clothing and for keeping up with the l.teet fasliioni si the lowest price. Lvery Item ol cook-lIi tho host Blood Purifier In tho i WOilLD, nnd Is worth ALL that lo or economy tuggetud In this department It charxod for It, for THAT olono. radically tested by experts before publication E ettert from our Pari, and London rorreepondenla MTIIfl on tho vtry Isles r laahlona. The Home Kepsll- - 02TL7 WimUh CUBE FOR, CATAF.P.H mentoi mm ueexiy iieraid win aire ine nouse-wlf- e mora than ue hundred lime, lira price ol rr-I- H TUB MAKItETeTi the !r. The Inter ti of And wo offer Ona Hundred Dollar tor any Onso of Cnfirrh It will not Oiiro. SKILLED LA Mill Art looked alter, tnd everything relating to ins- WILL CL'ltK ANY CA8- 1rhsnlcaind labor aavlng la carefully recorded. OfSco of A. T. BriVART A Ca'l There la a ptgt devoted to all Ihe latest phaare of Cnicaoo, 111 , J unn 4, lhtax. ( the bualneaa markota. crope, merchandise, Ae., Ac Afesari. F J. CAeried Vi., Tblrifo, O. A valuable feature ia found In the specially reporttileauiro In Infonnlni rod (Venfcmenr I ed price, and conditions ol that I havo usn Hall's Untarih Cure. It has mo Iiraa very tud anil don't healtatalo mrol THE VHODVCE MAKKET. Bportlnx neat it nomt md abroad. tOLtlhar any 'hat It will cure anyciaoof CntUThlf tajcen Yours tnily, with a ttorr every week, a sermon by tome ami. prvporly. J. 1L Wcarnrayoas. nent divine, literary, musical, dramatic, peraonsl tVOBTII BIO A 1IOTTLK. nd tea notes. There It no paper la the world F. Mraur. Jackaen, Ulrh., write e Havo had which contains so mnch newe matter every week at tho Weekly HeralJ, which Is sent, postage free, "aiarrh for SO years. Ilsli'a Catarrh Cure cured mo. (.tnnuiler It worth SiaoOaloltle. gor one dollar. You cau subscribe) at any time. bottln. riwj I by The Mew Yolk Herald In a weekly form, one Vinii'actnreil all DrucEiate at IS eta ami aohlV F J CUEXEY Ca dollar a year Addreu m Xlvuivtun, TOLEDO, OHIO. pr.rv xuiin. iickali', Broadway and Ann Street, Mew 1 oik, For sale la fllsnfotd by Fenny A UeAlliler. uo tr VM Jk , X U. MOlTlllOVHb. I'M. P.M. i,ve. Cbsttsnooga rtojwv Bprlog City Hockwood Bomerset.-- No4NoJ r. m. A.M GKESHPEU 0! Ill Point Uurml'le...... .. . ..... ... . S 00 7 30 5 10 7 45 aa 7 740 loot 151 X It SSO 710 SQ0 1145 SSO S 40 515 High Hrldg Mlcbolaavlllc Uanvllle Junction... Noil ss Lea. 3 41 Danville........ .. llarrodsuurg Junct'n Exp. 3 67 .. 11 P.M. A SOLID TEATN WASHINGTON CITY, Uvuriietowo....... S25 7 401 10 25 Arr. Cincinnati, I ALABAMA OBEVT BOUTUKRM. . ., Lvs. Chatuuooga .w m mm ' A Italia . .... .... " Blnnlngbtia.,. ... . m. " TuksIooM -.- ... Arr. McrlJUn .. . Lve. Meridian 230 tot 265 5X1 4 11 4 S3 SSI 70S 7S3 IS) III) SSI XII 10 xso 12 10 lh nu lit I iio SEEDS rBAMIMf,ji?T"68...our NowPljin ' SEEDS Crown by ourselves Forthe MERCHANTS". For the MARKET GARDENER For the PRIVATE FAMILY af" Ft"Ti-- ?- 1U a 25 S4t 8 to Illustrated Catalogao nnd Hural Keglatcr YHKK TO MEUCHANTH, HKNU VH YOUK W1WINUHH CAKIIH FOR TKAUII SEEDS SEEDS LIST. .. ALIM DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEElOFtOWERS, PHILADELPHIA ...... .. ...,.. ......... .. A.M. too IX SO S IS SS5 10 00 SSO 1X21 SSO I am not, knifo, pocket glass, pocket volumes, LeHlavllle, ClHclHHHllHHdIexe iHxttJH, Ky., pocket inkstand, pen, pencil and tho like. pockets aro a curiosity ; A school-boy'- s m.... Forest.-MM- -. ... .. " BrandonMM.., ....... a repository for nails, balls, ... ' Jackson m.mm.. gingerbread and applo cores, fishing ... Arr. VUksburg and as he grows Connecting la tiuio depot with fast trains lor Lve. Vlckiburg.., twino And ... ... . Jackson --- .. -- . older, billots from tho girls, "excuses', ....,. .. Brtndon .... ... Forest...,.-..- .-. from his mother and extra prob. Arf- - Meridian. A female The Direct Route toLynekburg, Danlems from his teacher. V1CEBBU O.BHKtVr.P KTANDriC ville, Norfolk, lecturer of somo celebrity said " tho ., .. Lve. Vlckiburg,M. ... which sho envied a DelU.M. -. only thing for .... Arr. Monroe man was his multitude of pockets." . . AU Virginia and Xortfa Carolina Lve. Monroe 11 ..-- .... jack-kniveangle-worms, .. .... Blrulngbsui.M. A Italia -..- .mmmm .....,.-.- .. .... .. Arr. CbaUanoofa VlCKBDURd AMD ME-IOLve. Meridian " " Tiucalooaa.M.M ...... . ... , SSI J SO EDWARD WILDER'S Never (alls to cut Fsvsr and Ague, latermlrtent Ftver, Dumb Agus, Dyspsptls, Uvsr Compfslat, Indlgsitlea, Ctlie and Flva. It will Cure Csstiitnsis. It It a safe) Altsrttlvt and Tenlo', a mild and Oellehtful livlgonnt (or Dtlicile Womsn, a powcxful rtcupo-ra-nt alter tbo fnune has been debilitated tud reduced by sickness, au excellent appetiser, gives tone to tha digestive organs, prevent! Mitarla, braces up the system, itreugthnt.Uio.porui ctrcuUUlon and clears the whole aulmal ecouomy from tho secdiof dUctue, The slightest attack ol fever may be a prelude to tho worst, ancj the remedy that would coryiuer it whilst it y Is yet la its commencement, msy be of no vaiuo when It It it Its full development, rartlcu-JulIs this the eato with person! around .whom the pestiferous Influence of Mtlarlt clings 1 the form ol Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, Pslafyl Unlttn, ltd Wttk Stimitk. Fur the Cure of all the above Diseases this preparation stands unrivaled, and Its good and permanent effects are attested by thouundi, and It Is recommended alike by the ablest medical men and Ihe mlulatry. TRY IT, alt you thst are afitlcted, and be convinced ol Its wonderful power and beneficial ttvtts, . .... -- 10 20 'UW I SSS I 1 20 1M ...... II 1 00 10 41 28 144 4 45 Lovsisnot lovo which alters vrkea alteration it finds. 0. D. Tracy, Louisville, wys: "After Bufftriof- - from a torpid liver for five yean, Brown's Iron Bitter, has permanently cured roe." your nearest ticket o Ace, or adjics t?. il.b.i. mw,A feint. InforinatlollIn, II.- -, - m Delta aDalr to Arr.Vlcksburg .- -. m... ....... FIC. ......... ....... It 110 SO SSO 7 SO IX SO 2 00 JOHN BCOTT, V, P, and Oeo. Man. Cln. Sou. JAHKM v. KKnrsi, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. P. WILKOM, ). F. and Ueul. Southwestern A lent, 'I. (In. USou. AR'v. Cincinnati. O.I H. COLL- -a 11 U III. a 110 W. Main oX. Louisville. Ky. i. a ValVUtyssMa,llW. Hf, JtHAIt. rt' tT. e ast,i Hi . Jtb Is rk.ll.e.A... T.H.a Vlclshurf P. A. V. H. W. J. HARDY, 8 McOUIKE,U.l. K'y,V., rj. A IN A. JOK F. Oen'l raae'r if1!. aia'lUtauir, Mlssi y, Monroe, ls. Ulchuoai, Virginia. STOMACH BITTERS For reiale) in Stuufora liy Fenny st IoAUwtor. ri)a.I.I,