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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 22, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882122201_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 22, 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. - Weeklii iiewi VOLUME X.-NUMBER 'fiiefto off-re- mtfttal NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. Young STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22.1882. 10G. ll Bur a Dtadl Drug tunity. The Lord ent hlrn to 8. wilhhU DARBYS Beer is pronounced tho most fatal picture, the day before we ittrted and he dressed and of modest deportment, to human life of all intoxicating wis going 12 miles on our way, to he d ir. ft imtoy, Editor end Propnthr to carry our Urge Tillu that fir. Ho wat observed tliia morning at tho Un- drinks. A short timo tao one of the r. it. wLTN, Bmlnttt Managtr ion depot', Awaiting a train on tho largest aad most conservative life in we ttirted and he was a queer looking fig- aw. e Dayton A Michigan road, for Toledo. surance companies withdrew from bu are, on a hor-- scarcely larger Ihaa him: A IIonsehoM Aiilrln for Universal It? : zTufiiinym z self, with two package of pictures about tnbllihra Family U. unit JrVfrfni, Sho had been living at tho Orphan's sinew in Indiana on tho discovery that two feetrquare, etrapped pannler-wlton For Hcatlet and Homo at Xcnia for several years past, the deaths in that Htato exceeded the hf saddle, and our vallie In front of him Typhoid revert. D'J.HO l'DIl ANNUM. Indicates but having arrived at the age ot six: tables of mortality. Tho President ol with our OTercoata piled on top of It he Diphtheria, Rail. Tlcsst don't tend stamps In pavsn.ntof sub teen sho was discharged under ration. Ulcerated MALARIA. Bore tho the company proceeded to make a de- looked as if "Texas, or bunt" might be Throat, Small scription, eirvpt tornattthatira, tnd then of J rules by which tho Homo is governed. tailed investigation, and in his report hi motto. Ilia kindness though, compenroi, Measles, and Boralnsllons net over bre rnts. sated for any lack of grace in hi turnout. all Contatfone ninraien. Persons waitlngon She was on her way to relatives in ho asserts that becr-- d nuking is carritha Sick should m It freely Scul't Tent his At the Rlrtr, Clinch, he rode across and Michigan, and had purohascd her ed to great excess in three or four then poled a dag-ou- t Kr bwn known to ipirad hre th lluld wm ntti Yellow I rm hiu been cured wlihlt after erratically acroas to ' nho Can Tht Btt black Tnmlt had taken place. Tnt wont ticket via the Dayton & IMichican in counties, and that in those is where at, In which we embarked and birring an cm of Diphtheria yield to It On the current of sociotj now there order to SMALT-PO- X FeTrrrdsndRlckrfir.1 connect with the Canada the unexpected losses of life occurred. Imminent fear that our might t and ton refmhe-tad ii floating just now tho ipicicst morsel Southern. The got safely over. Oolng Ite-fact that such a young General statistics of lifo insurance turn out a Sores prerrnt. PITTING of Small f society gossip that people have (lis and innocent up the mountain on the other side we taw Dtfcbr IToSd'" w"h.rrnrENTKI looking girl was travel show that in Ohio, where tho con a novel eight. A stream riling near the Impure Air ml,,Am'mU"itmTt'm-harmleeuftedfor tnanjndajr. Thoitorycomca ing alone on such "r u,ken a long journey at- sumption of beer is very great, deaths top and purified. ?' of the mountain in It downward from Crab Orchard, and the courier tracted for Sore Throat III. a ?7"S,?v ("Cent WM tho attention of tho ticket average sixteen in every thousand of course, turned ancceaslrely a lire cure half dozen delirious, walBot Contajrlnn AMmtA ulio brought It to tho town folks is agent and a policeman at tho depot, tho population; in Kentucky and mill', being ted to each by a race until an For wVrootrd Fret, pitted, and wasla about three Chilblains, File. tha house ataln others willing to vouch for its solidity. Here who resolved to kindly week., and no of twenty feet allowed it to pour watch over Tennessee, whore rmro whisky than unaiing. tie. had It - J W. Pair. in Louisville thcro dwells a fleshy her while here. Nor wero their pre- beer is used, the death rate is cloven over the top of i wheel ot that diameter. Soft White Complex- - "so. Philidelphli. widower who is an ardent swain ions secured or in me. cautions in vain, for it was not long in ono thousand, whilo in Canada tho How a alream can bunt out of a mountain nmp fertr prerenteci. Oace he was a turfman, with a proud until a drummor lop, geta me. To purify the Ilreath, Diphtheria of airs unnKcr conunes nimseit almost enCleanse the Teeth, To proceed. We tramped on merrily, farm. Thwo and bewitching prestige and a It csn't be surpaived. manners entered into tirely to whisky, the deaths average fruiting to the Lord to tend along a Frorontod. Catarrh relieved and luxuries, however, wcro all swept conversation with cured. her, and when tbo but six in ono thousand. Tho moral would take our baggage to II. for at, Erysipelas cured. away by financial roverses, and then Toledo, Cincinnati & nnrnarelievedltutaMly, The Dhrttefini hero 8t. Louis train oi this is not that whisky is a healthy before we got to where Bro. U. was to atop, Heart prevented uie Lrarcnrt fluid the portly turfman joined the church for Toledo arrived ho luexeiifuliylnthetreat' informed her drink, for all kinds of liquors mako and after eight miles we overtook one, ,. rapidly i,.it,fc, and developed into a lecturer. Again that that was her STOiLrawraca, train for Toledo, and frightful inroads upon longevity. Ca- which for 40cts. contented lo carry It orer. Aa aTTiir Animal Creen.boro.AU So we piled OTercoata and all into it, and and very recently ho has that as ho was he failed, or Vegetable Touons, going to Toledo also ho ses apparently to tho contrary are felt Stings, etc Tet ter dried np. the difference in our pedestrianlam beeo engaged in the holiest of all oc would prevented Flnld during ' I toed escort her on herjournoy. The quito exceptional. These facts have immediately. Four miles further we left eurpresenttheafflictionwitn Cholera purified and Ulcere cupations soliciting subscriptions and officer, who had been healed Scarlet Fever with de watching his more and more claimed tho attention tho roid and went to a e which cided advantage Ilia In caaeaorilralhlt writing thoroughbred editorials for n movoraents all the Indupenuble the licit. time, waited until of the largest life insurance compa- Bro. U. recommended a a good place to room. Wm toF. Sakd. abould be wed Itabout the corpte will is largo, but ho's sporting paper. Ho prevent any unpleas roan, Eyrie, Ala. ho had taken the girl into the train nies, and the result is almost inevita- get dinner. Found it to, indeed, when our ant imeu lively. Ho isn't beautiful, but ho has and was in the act The eminent Thy. of sitting down be ble that they will be obliged to make host told us that "he never charged preach IcUn.J.MAltlO.V er any thing." Praise the Lord. There we wlnnfe, ways, and in tho parlanco of side her. Then seizing the Scarlet Fcreer IT Kl.MS, JL 1)., New man by stringent provisions in their policies left Bro. Underwood (something of Bro. torn, tayi- - "i am a the vulgar, tho old man occasionally tho arm ho shoved convinced l'rof Darbys Cured. him back, and ex- relative to the matter. Rochester Nath to na), and cutting acroas country to Prophylactic Kluld la a "catches on" among tho cirls. Let us plained to tho valuable dulnfectant," affrighted girl that sho Herald. regain the road, soon settled our dinner by givo him his military titlo and call was on Vanderbtlt Unlveraltr, Nashville, Tenn. climbing one mountain after another and the wrong train. Tho fellow "My father," said Gilhooly solemn "ly lo ,nc mow excellent qualitiet or lTor. him "tho General." It seems, accord- who had so unscrupulously been atparbys Prophylactic Fluid At a disinfectant and the wont I ever tackled. In the road at detergent it is both theoretically and practically ly, "was more sensitivo to colds than ing to the story from Crab Orchard, tempting to victimize superior to any preparation wuh which I am the innocent any body I ever knew. Tho slightest laat, we left the mile behind rapidly. N T Luton, Prof Chemistry Panted through "Wart Oap,"why so named that about three months ago tho Gen girl was too IHrbya Fluid la Recommended by cowardly to make any exposure gave him a cold." "That deponent aalth not, by a very good road Hon. AiaiiNDta 11. STtrnam, of Georgia t oral was at Faris, Ky., working up Rev. Cnu. F. Dtaais, D.D., Church of the oxcusea or explanations, and was well must have been very disagreeable." which xigtagged up the face of the mounStrangers, N V., the interests of his beloved sporting satisfied to go into another Jos. LaCoirr a, Columbia. Prof , Unlvrnity.S C. car to es- "Indeed it was. He never could sit tain, and ditto down the other side. Five Kev.A J Uattii, lW. Mercer Univenily. people. paper among the Rev Cao.F Pi sacx. Bishop M E. Church. cape tho scorn of the indignant passen- near a draft for a minute without mile from It. we pawed Immense quarWhile there he was introduced to a gers." aTOMSTEKSAIlLE TO KVEKY H03IC ries of the famoua Tennessee marble, unDayton Special. Perfectly harmleu Uied Internally or catching cold. I remember on one beautiful girl from Crab Orchard, and eaternally for Min or Beast. like any other In the world, which la occasion he was sitting in the office of The Fluid haa been thoroughly tested, and we A Siiaiu' Game. Somo time ago hipped from here all over the country. It have abundant evidence that It haa done everything veiy speedily the susccptable old gen a friend, when all at once my father takes a beautiful polish, and Is of a lovely here claimed. For fuller Information get of your tleraan lost his heart, as ho had done a moonshiner, who had a lot of con Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors' began to sneeze. He insisted that brown, thickly veined with crystal. At j. n. ziiiun & co.. under similar circumstances something traband whisky on hand, approached Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA. last we cime In tight of our destination, a Ho a man in this city, who was keeping a there was a draft in tho room. Eve- we eurmounted the laat leas than a million times before. hill, and found it ry effort was made to discover where laid siege to all the fair damosel's af saloon, and quietly but carefully lot a nice looking town of about 700 inhabit-anrnOFEKSlOSAL, tho draft was, but in vain. Tho fections, and apparently the young him into tho secret, and finally sold Our feelings were miied, for on our doors and windows were closed, and road vr. vairiox, willscs e. vaixov. we had heard that Synod waa to com- I. lady wilted. Tho General wilted some him a barrel of tho stuff. It was de T. VT. A W.E VABKON, ; was no, but my father mence the next day and about 100 Presbyand then both of them wilted. livered in due time and carefully there more A.TTOI11N13YH A.T X.A.W, kept on sneezing and insisting that terian ministers were expected I We were STANFOnD, KY. An anient courtship was the result, rolled into the cellar of tho saloonist. Office In Owsley A Son's ntw building up stairs. in the handa of the Philistines a it were, The moonshiner then announced that there must be a draft in the room and when tho young lady who is and so there was." "Where was it?" but were trusting the Lord to carry ua ALEX. ANDER80H, high bred and rich and very pretty-retu- rned ho was ready to receivo tho money for "In an envelope on the table, and it through all right, ao we marched upon the ATTOIINEY A.T IaA."V. to her home at Crab Orch- tho liquor, when the saloonist coldly tower and put up at the hotel, where a DANVILLE, KY., was only a little draft for $3.40." good night' aleep set ua all right. Con- Will ard,- gotftip said that the General was informed him that no money would ........ i. practice In the Courts of Boyle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. be paid him; that tho liquor was tinued next week. W. C. IUiines. Stories of faithful dogs abound, but her affianced husband. At all events MABTEHBON PEYTON, the genial old gentleman seemed to wild," belonged to nobody, but few writers ever give the faithful masHall' Catarrh Cure la tiken internally ATTOUNEY A'l' X.A.W, axd ixiattitXB voarasiTcoDRTr, think that ho hado an impression, and would bo sold over his counter and ter any credit, nonce this little thing It act directly upon the blood and the a LIBEBTY. KY. Af all Will mint. It wasn't a great whilo boioro ha call, ho would pocket tho money. Ho from Greece: "A dog fell overboard surfaces of the system. Price, 75c. Joining traetle In andthMPAitrfaCourt of Appeals. counties, In the further advised tho moonshiner to from a steamer. Tbo Captain refus- For tale by Fenny & McAlister, Stanford. attention ed to tee the young lady at her homo. rK' Pierce's given to collections, umce over B, T. store. Bhe received him kindly, and rodo "skip" off home and drop the matter, ed to stop for any thing short of a If Catarrh haa destroyed your aenae of DB. J. Q. CAHl'ENTEB, him about in ber phrcton. It is un and threatened to inform the govern- drowning man. 'You will stop for amell and bearing, Haifa Catarrh Cure will STANFORD KENTUCKY accessary to say that the genial Gen- ment officers. Tho moonshiner skipp- mo, of course said the gentleman, cure you, 75 cent per bottle. Druggists Office over Robt. 8. Lytle't ttore. Office hours Of course tell it. from S to bi and 7 to 9 r. at. eral was delighted. As time passed ed, but the story has gradually leaked who leaped overboard. $100 RXWaRD B. G. Democrat. master and dog were both saved." Orchard quito fre- out. he visited Crab la offered for any case of Catarrh that cin't J. J. WILBON, quently, and in that part of tbo coun At Winchester, Texas, a One day this week we stepped on be cured with Hall Catarrh Cure. Taken DENTIST. internally. Price, 75 cent. try it was very generally understood boy met with a singular death a the platform scales of one of onr coal STANFORD, KY. Office and Residence, Upper Main St. that he had engaged the young lady's few days ago, by being packed in a dealers, and asked to bo woigbed. The hand in marriage. In fact, nobody balo of cotton. lie fell into tho press, dealer said, "Why, certainly 1" and Lincoln County Farm For Sale! IiEB P. HUFFMAN, donbted this was the truo situation which is run by machinery, and was called to the man inside to tako the I oSer for aalo mr farm of &75acrea 8UKGEON 8TANFORD, KY. of affairs, and not long ago the Gen- covered by the cotton, which prevent- weight. And tho man thought it was on Dl r Hirer. S miles Eait ol Stanford, within Office South side Main Btreet, two doors above a half mil of lb new turnpike now being; conthe Myert Hotel. eral wrote to his atsociato editor in ed any cries from being hoard. After coal ho was weighing, and shouted structed from Stanford to rreacheratllle. An exfrom the dvelltnct to the pike. Pore Nitrons Oxldt Oat administered when re quired Louisville that bo expected to climb' the cotton was baled and rolled out of back tho weight, "Six hundred cellent ituiMinjri are Dncx ana frame, wttn iu rooms. Well watered with fine iprtngi, toms ot them medthe golden stair of matrimony ere the tho press some of his clothes was seen. pounds 1" ical water. Improvement Including Ex. the fencing. Terms liberal. Address or call on Winter had passed and gono. Thus Tho ties were cut and tho boy found M RN.NAKAII COOK, listA good old Quaker lady, after btantord. Lincoln county Ky. it was known, or at least believed, that in tho bale, but strango as it may tho extravagant yarns of a there was to be a fashionable and ro seem, no bones wero broken, and the ening to Having sold ray farm, I will offer for sale on tht same nremtaes. on the Hike between Hustonrlllo markablo wedding at an early day a body was neither mangled nor bruised person as long as her patience and McKlnney, of would allow, said to him: "Friend, veritable romonco of May and Deonly a slight bleeding at tho nose. ON TUESDAY, DEO. SO, .8S2, what a pity it is a sin to lie, when it cember. But there is many a slip Had not some clothing protruded The followlogiiersonsl property t Three good work seems ao necessary to your happiMules, several bead of llorsos. Including colls and 'twixt the cup and lip. About two from tho bale ho would havo been ness l" worx nuiuuer oi Lanoaster.DanvilleStanford Shoals,animals, uowi ana waives, aand Fodder, a lot of Coin, Wheat, Hay weeks ago the Genoral visited Crab sold with tho bale. Farming Implements, Kitchen rurulture and a "Convict this roan of being a gampart or my House Furniture. I will tlso sella Orchard again, this time, it is said, XVEXjXJI'IIOIVE CO. It is stated that in some parts of Afnumber of Shsrea of Turnpike Stock, a lot of Canary Birds, good singers and a Isrgo assortment of tor the purpose of bringing away his rica there is but one missionary to bler?" said the Texas Judge. "I Flowers. Terms given on dsy of aalt. in We. the underslxned. B. M. Burdett. W. 8. Mil- bonnie bride; but, alas I how rashly 2,000,000 natives. Unlcaa the 'pos- won't hear of it. Ho's an infant DR. CLIFTON FOWLER. West, 1 E. Walker and J. B. 1 cards I Why I beat him out of 8120 lr, Robt. H.sgretd W.and do hereby asaoclals Klo- - U. T. Bunt, Auctioneer. to bars was the cup of happiness knocked sum crop is very largo tome of tho last night when I wes pretty drunk, nalrd, together lor tht paiposa of erecting and carrying on a Telephone LIdo between the towns of from his lips when tho young lady poor heathen must bo obliged to go CONDENSED TIME. too." lansasler, Daortlle tnd NIcholuTlHs, Ky., under closed up her houso and refuted even the corporate name of "Tht Lancaster, Dautlllo d hungry to bed pretty often. It is Btanfuril Telephone Company." "EVANGELIST HO. 2." to much as to see him. Thus the old hoped that they have enough rod flanThe corporation Is to continue and eilit for tha pace of fifty years from the flrsldsr of January, Rooer8vim.e, Tenn., Dec. 10(1), 1882. courser was shutout in tho first heat, nel night caps to go around. A heath- Dttr hltrtor: IBS!, to hare the power to sua and liability to be sued by Its corporate name; to hate a common asl even after he had turned into tho en without a red flannol night-caIIAILHOAD LINE. Many thinks for jour kindly giving with power to alter the same whenever tht Hoard is a ol Directors ruay see proper to do so. So me a different phce in your column and, home ttretoh at a winning pace. sad spectacle, and tho raerocontempla-tio- n The shsrea or Interest in said Companr shall be In a mauner, promoting me for belne so TRAINS QOINO NORTH. goes the story from Crab Orchard.atul of such a picturo should induce cloe to the "ptrtonalt,'' 1 stand a better and cancellation of tht old Certificate of block and hov. M, mi. tx. sun. iHUlog a now on to tht Iran, fere. in that part of the country nothing little boys to put all their pennies in dunce of l!ngret'd by the "winy." And Tht private iiroperty of tht members pr the C 4) am Lve. Richmond... else is talked about. Tho young la tho Hon shall be eteuipt from the debts of the ' Lancaster missionary box instead of spend- not further to wiite your apace let me lU " a co " Wllllinisburg...... dy's reasons for thus chnnging hor do ing them for tally on a stick. Tht corporation Is to bsvt power to make 7 co " London. .............. rciunie my narritiTe, and tell you whit acquire and trsnsfer property to such extent a co " " Livingston-.....- ... termination have not been mado pubas msy be necessary lo carry on tbt butlneasof his hipixned. 07 " Crab Urchard..... tending telrpbonto mttaaMt to and from Ita vari ' Stanford .. An English authoiity says that tho . . ... nd drove ous offices. We left Tsrevrall at 8 A. m lic, and it is said that the General 10 ii Shelby ...-. Is to by. Tbt chances aro 500 to 1 against claret IhrouSh a nourlnv rain until noon, ioon laws corporation rule havt lower to establish way to ij ' Danville Junction... did'nt wait to mlc for ao explanation. and regulations thst and make all to " MltehelUburg..... b dMiunl ..... it w He simply packod up his valise and being good, or claret at all. The Betting uncomfortably wef, regardless of aflalra and expedient for the management of its " Lebanon not Inconsistent with Hit constitution New II at llUgu waterproof, so called. Afterward it turn asd laws of tbt btate of Kentucky or of tht Unltod 1M " Arr. Lebanon Junction. ....., ... retired from tho sceno of his love safest way is to call for beer and ed cold and tried to freeze the water Into Slates. am " " Cincinnati J uncllou. .. no tlmt a Tbt ... dream in an all broken up condition. throw it out of the back window. ui. Altogether It u the utott uoeom-fo- r debt orcorporation thsll at director bt tublect to to " Louisville contingent, debts or liability, opt thousand dollars. He is ono of tho cleverest and most No matter how much the beer may bo tible ride I erer toolc.TIieLord took cm a greater amount than stock of the corporation TRAINS UOINU SOUTH. Tht amount of capital popular gentlemen in Kentucky, and adultered, it will not hurt a man if he of ui, ind we suffered no 111 effect. Reach shall be li.oooand in principal place or business Lancaster. Ky Tht ctidttl stock ot tht Company Nov :, ISJ." six. bun. ed Bneed Ule after 8 r. M, and toon were shall be divided Into (bares of 13 each, tnd his friends will regret this little set follows this plan. entitled, to a CerU stockholder shall a 19 a m In Mr. Campbell' Hotel. There each otthe Stock ha holds bt psrs lor, Tbt stockr Lve. Louisville-- . snd ea te 2 M pin back. The General is too good na It is understood that General Chal- initalled Lvt. btsnford ..... nbscrlbtd snsll be paid on or before tht 1st day of 2M we cme to the determlnition that " Crab Orchard.. tured and light hearted to caro much mers will be a democrat till the end of would separate, for all together we could January, llsS.ii lu cub, or material or labor for Arr. Livingston ... .. 1 10 " bulldlnir tbt t.80 ' London,... m this Congress, to which he claims to not do very niuch good, ai we only were lhe Hint or tht commencement of thtcornort-tlo- n 8unday Argus. 7 10 about it, howover. Williamsburg . thsll be tht 1st dty ol January, 183, and con Lve. Lancaster 2 SO " have been elected as a democrat. His able to preach twice in three diyi, if etch tinue nuy jeara. 5 SO Arr. Richmond A country gentleman, walking in Tht allalrt of lhe corporation shall be conducted took bit turn Instead of twice a day u we by a President and four Dliectors, to be elected by saw his gatdouer asleep republicau engauetneufdooa not begin on tb lit Monday la hit garden, PULLMAN PALACE OARS are dolog now. So Garver stayed in Booed the stockholders Ky., and on tht 1st January, until 12 a m, March 4, 1883. Monday 1WJ. at Lancaster, nnder an arbor. " 1 ou idlt dog, you In January thereafter at vllle, Uirnuni went to St. Clilr ind I, wltb Unit and place, of holding Lsnrasttr.txceptfor that tht To Memphis, Llttlt Rock, Mobile, Montgomery, the election officers One of the greatest advantages that and Ntw Orleaus, are not worthy that the sun should Palmer ("Sinker)" came to tlila place, 23 rosy bt changed from tlmt lo tlmt. at tht Presihavt their choice tht Company may deem beet. the Masonlo order offers to every one mil, from S. I left all our baggige In dent tnd UI ret lore ofbuilntit proposed to b trans- Emigrants toTtiasvia New Orleans. of two routes: Time much shine on yqu," "I am truly aossiblo vis Mtmphlior Tht naturt of lb quicker and rates lower than by any other including the Baby Organ, and acted by tht corporstloo It sending tutawget br a member is that be Boeed-ill- e, of inv unworthiness," answered xhe who become roult. It It also tht means ol telephone, wlrt tnd machinery, to aod we started, from tbt towns of Lancaster, Danville, Stanford, wan, "and therefore I laid myself stands a chance pf becoming the old- - tiklug each a twill grip itck, lirvantavllla. Nlcholaavltle and aueh war atattona QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST out to walk to UoKertvllle, and we did it. as may tit erected by tht Company on tbt line. v- - MUon it he lives long enough. down in the shade." Tbt President tnd Directors shall appoint a RouUta all points la Missouri. Kartat, Il'leols. Itro. Underwood a quanJam book igeot and Trtssurer.. Indiana. Iowa. Kebraaka. Colorado. Arkansas. Mr' lame, Uagey, Louisville, Ky., from Kentucky, whose acquaintance I Mr Jamee A. Clark, Louisviilo, Ulvea under our bands Ibis lth dsy of DecemOnly one chug to Chicago, bt Louis and Last. B. M. BUltDETT, with in lur further Information about tickets to tbt 'UJrowiM Iron Bitters greatly nude (n PioeTllle a year ago, turned up in ber, 1M. y: "I have btan troubled W.E. WALKUU, South, Kansas, Colorado, aod tuliraul ratas to W, 8. MlLLEIlT V. V. ATMttltlV, digestion, and have been greatly bene- benell ertuie when suffering from Horlde. addrea. . Tare til, u agent for "Oilpgripht" and HOUEItT U. WEST, Oeu. I'aas. soil Ticket Agt Loultvlllt, Ky, fited by Brown's Iron Bitters." did ui several kind turns a he bad oppor 0t--t Or r. J. Anthony, Agt olufgrd, Ky. J. U. KINNAIKl). "A beautiful young girl, neatly jSmMtthlijInlmorlournal Laditt, Btwart of (ho Drummer. PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. M'ROBERTSaSTAGG Opora Houso Block, DriiKH, CliciHlcftlH, e I I Stanford. Ky., - J J PftlntH, OIIh, X12AXiIi:ilU IN- WlncM, , WnllPHpcr. IMriuni-HIIookM, ISlHlioncry, Nohph. VIkhth, .I-'Ir- Mimical IiiHirniHcnfrr, I.niupH, PciTnnicry, TeliHCCOfl, Arm, Pocket Ciiitlcry. MhchIho lV'CCfllCH. dug-ou- pill-oa- Our Jewelry, MlTcrnnrc and optical Oootls Department Is In Charge or Col. TIios. Itlcliards, tiiio will llcpalr Matches ami Clocks Promptly and In the Lett style. I ele-ali- on CHRISTMAS TRIX FENNY & self-confid- OF blue-gras- s wag-whi- McALISTEE iXi..i H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, has received M121SCHANT TAEI,OK, Wishes to Inform bis Patrons of Stanford and vicinity firm-houa- thst he I I Fall and Winter first-clas- Goods, I I atyle. Satisfaction guarWhich he guarantees to make up in anteed, or no sale' Cutting and Bepairing neatly and promptly done. s blue-gras- Mm&te&fteit OlfcOOEilstS., St. Asaph Block, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. H cinbriiccH Staple nutl Fancy Groceries, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, Ha con mid I.anl, Tobacco anil Clgnro, Weed, en, Willow and Tinware, Glas and QiiccuHwarc. Canned Goods ot all kinds a specialty. Itciuciubcr the place, "The Corner Store." s d. jm&w ILli'.o'ii'ia? Wli SITIAIBIXalXSI! Wo aro also mS aID-F- i mu-ou- Having bought out S. II. Bnugliman, wo will keep on hand a nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which irVo will let at reasonable rates. by tho day or week. Will also board Horses And will swap for all kinds of Feed, Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. WUWNEIAEY, 8TAXfn&D.v. Eespectfully, THE OOAJLi TRDDE., in DENTIST, B. K. WEAREN lUNDERTAKEB, 1XD dirt-roa- d flrst-elta- Sale of Personalty. Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFOKD. Haa Juit recclvcJ a full lint of Tor lor Suites, Chamber Suites, chop l(cJ, Bureaus. Wash utatuli, belt Cotton MittrrssM, Lamp Stan ds, Corner llrackets, Cent e Tables, Extension Tables, Estenalon Tables, IVIor Chairs, Din. Ing Chain, Ac. I also keep constantly on lisni A full lint ot llobes, Shroudi, Coffins and Caskets. Tsa-aaaaW-- l tmjW VJtmmmaJeJBEtBJm I also keep on band the celebrated Boyd Burglar Proof Grave Vault, guarantee J to bt perfect pro lection from vermloe, ground borcs.gophert, damp, nets snd burglars. our-eli- te I ell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call snd set me. Orden by telegraph promptly attended to 4 p BOOKWALTER THE POUTAISIiE ENGINE. SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. In fact. Inert It n Enztas cor-p- .... SAVE AND DURABLE r tu ability thstcqusslt for t'rico 8 run' 1 an 1 Ju.l rilKr.Ni.i.Sl. lol'rive Rl lab!. Work. It it ts, 14 ..... Clty-..-.- ..... .... PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood Siiw.s, Cotton GiiiN, Corn Mills, 'atK Elevator, Feed Mills, Hay Presses, Xmtlie, Ac. fl- v .. Creameries, r. .'.ft JBWvITntW S.ffiss Em&3PJ-i" vViVi1it1 Call at Tho Interior JeurHHl OHlco ami hoc one eftlui deHlrable UugluvH Ih oiicratloH. Itemcmbcr every HHKiHe bait our Kiiarautec. lluatl It i tuUlantlslly & 'aTttaaaf We say to all purchasers thst wtguarauiea our Ilook waller Englnta tu bt well tnd made, tuba sale, si u pie, durable audcouiplstt In construction, to work well and gtvt tbt full power We wake the abovtguartuiev, snd till on tht followclaimed when properly sllacbe.1 and manage! ing coDdllloue, vis will glvt Hit purebswr Hit 8rsl ikldij. alter tbt arrival of lbs toglnt to giis It afalraiulsatlafaitury trial, tu cast tha tuglnt falls to couiarplo our gusrsulve, we will lata back tat Englpe, rvluud tvery dollar recelveJ on tbt bnglnt. provldid tht purclitser returns tht tnglnt tt nit lirsrrt railroad stallon. aod leaves It subjwt to our order by tht dust olsald Si) days' trial. Csruiniy na man louiu a a lor a mort iibtrai oner aua eoniru v. ry i; .. 541 llorto 1'ower r nglut and Holler . Uorswi'uwcr Edglua and Holler -- . iMHVtfeaou cars ai Okiriogucw, u For further toforiuatlon and descrlptlvw pamphlet, address the uauufsctursrl. 91 ( JAME JLKFIXIs fc 0., NprliiKHoliI, OhU. lower Enalnttnd Bolter lion rower tvalut and Hou LOOK AT OUR PRICES: TrHS ! .. Mf r ?g!Tmmimm :j i1 (I The bill to fell the Soldlera' Home thousand and hope to gather them In. But properly at Harrodanurg, has passed both this requires money and much of It. To adrertire by hand-bil- l II on ees. peater and newsearnings of the Ckesapeaks A paper, so that no hoar, of time be lost, The Ohio R. R. hare teen at the rale of a mil waning lor tne news to slowly creep oat, Hon andahiirdollan perannam daring as in the past, will take what I bow wMi -WILL SEM. MY Friday Morning, December 22, 1882 the lilt fix month, and a rife in the rain you to give money, movy. We wish to of its securities is predicted. utihie every advantage the Lord puts in our way, as He may direct. If I had $10. E Mr. J. C Ljm Dtrfintt. 000 I could use it wisely and well. 0,thtt CD iron VI. P. WALTON, 1 14 KlU naa inai sum now I Imtrrler Jnnul tt TU i 's ws. Zs STAsroRP, Drr. 21, ISSX In a late If Jut a few points to make all cleir, and g oe of your paper my name wai suggested anticipate questions naturally arising evtn Dorsey, the Urronte' tbief, i nrt Boots, Shoes 1. The fund we to represent oor county in OWSLEY. K. large budgets of letter from at a suitable mm Assembly, I appreci- wishunstsplcions minds. , Shoes mid a In the next General to raise through you, though wholly Garfield and otben to show how high ate (be conOdence and etteeoi In which I under oar control, and unreservedly placed to be my Mends, and directly for y be wm held in the estimation of mmwould held bymy success should belieTe at ourofdisposal, will gonot be used bythe I thla Insure ua the Lord, and work late lamented President, and they the to mike the race, bnt in jnsUce to for family cxpen, Any soma thus l em myself I must decline in fafor of others porarily employed, as the Lord may direct, do ibow that he vis considerably Resto be replaced with scrnpnlooa fidelity,and better qualified and more dextrincbeek-bjjowith him. They lur-th- er pectfully, J. K, Ltsx. the accounts kept inviolably separate. Do not think, dear friends, w are asking show that Garfield was posesscd LINCOLN COUNTT. OP Not a dollar will go for that tvpjxnt all diirieg the canvass with interne unlet you specificallr assign your gift for Hintonrillt. The mill work are progressing rapid that purpose. 2. We ask no one to give to the result of the election anxiety D,a" ""loue M"aa ,m,roTe-Beas- t who thinks we are capable of ainis ter deand that he was In for almost any nt" signs of in Ihns asking In one to secure his victory, Thejoong folks srebaiy preparing; for gills for the Lord. No, dear friends, the 4C, AT blessing of trusting the Lord directlr for of bis letters to Doney, he makes this tbeir musiccxlramatic entertainment on the "daily encouraged, bread" la too great to forego, for :reih. ilopether will be ."V-nnm 'From twenty to Billy Williaraa (our West End Jay any consideration. If we have not earned suggestive point: 9 mJU --JU --JU I I Gould) is superintending the planting of Tour confidence enough, in these six years tbirty thousand voters of Indiana are telephone pole In the direction of btsnionl to Induce yon to trust us with the faithful members of tfie denomination of Deci-ple- a John 8, Goode bought the Sharp disbursement ol your gifts, then we atk you not to give. S. We only ask lhoe to and at least half of them are dem- farm from J Jl. rrewitt, 47 acres, lor or $300 advance on whit Prewitt paid give who do it lorlngly and cheerfully, ocrats. A quiet but very earnest Sharp. "without grudging," and becaure they love movement, wholly outside the State Asother Pistol Disaster. Tuesday us for tbe "work' sake," as well aa for our (col.) laid liU pistol on a own. We do not undervalue personal Pete Holme committee, has been organized and has shelf at hit brother-in-law-', lien Fsrrii, friendship or affection, but want thia tb be been vigoroaely sad judiciously and left the room. A girl ol tbe family a consecrated fund, that the Lord can conabelf in arranging tbe strongest probability that state that she jarred thewas discharged, the fidently bless every dollar of it. He "loveth a cheerful giver " t We send to the fire, when the pistol at least two thousand five hundred bill entering the brain of a little child of each plsce, rapidly aa possible, a little memento of this transaction for the Lord, in changes of votes in our favor will re Farria on the oppof ite fide of the room. beauty the shape of a slip with our acknowledgeLet me congratulate ThoLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OL0OKS, JEWELRY suit. This shows that ho worked his and vivacity of your lift you on the pair of twins I ment of your loving gift, and another to religious connections for nil they were mean tbe double number ol your petted be returned to and preserved by u, in AND HUYVEinVAItE 5, We will place the matter of north and that he did so. A good progeny, the Joukxau I beg leare alo, Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than ths Lowest. Watches. (Hocks and many things have transpired since bis to shake hands fignratively, with the collection, in each place, in hands, where Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. decease that show that Garfield, to say "Bow Old Timer." He and I were boys to- we think, the task will be cheerfully ungether, and with the exception of Craddock dertaken, and we ask any one requested the least, was not so good and great are the only aarriror of a buried age. by such person, to aid in the matter of as his eulogists have pictured him. While "Old Mortality" lived we had our sharing this burden, a if we had directlr cotemporary: bat bia premitare taking off appealed to them. Simple esonomy of We are glad to observe that a bill left a dentate. A cheery Christmas to lime prevent corresponding with more to pension the Mexican soldiers has you and yonrs, Mr. Editor. th.n a single party in each place. 6 In places remote, it may not be possible to been agreed on by the proper commit CASET COUNTf. get tbe printed slips promptly to band at tee and that it is likely to become a tbe time mentioned below. Let not tbe Libert. law as soon as it is reached. These Oar Circuit Court glides smoothly failure in exact time deter any from givold veterans are fully as much entitled along. Hon. B M. liardett makes a good ing. 7. Let the gift, aa nearly as possible, be a "CArulmaa gift." Give us a "merry" to pensions as the soldiers of tho late Judge. Last Friday morning at 8 o'clock Miss one, as never before. And here, beloved, war, if not more so, and tbe fact lCJXlSBSLHJEKLyZBlEMMIr Laura Coffey died of consumption. She we ieave it with you, aa in the presence of that they have been denied it so long was the morning of life, just in her 20th the Lord. If you love your Savior, "come TBfcBtSg; Jf-j""w1m is far from being creditable to the par year.Id At the age or eleven slie the up to tbe belp or tbe Lord against the ty iu power, who claimed that they Christian Church and has erer t joinedthat mighty. If we baveanv venonal claim ince would;not vote for such a bill becauie time lired a christian life and been a shin- on you in love and gratitude, for service lovingly rendered in the past; if we have ! Jefferson Davis would be a beneficiary. ing light in the Church and Sunday-schowho she instruments of blessing to you or This was small, mean and contemptible, to which loved belonged. All upon ever been you love, her as those let that claim find expres-- . her and looked .a .w but it was an excuse which the new knew her being oneof the puiert christian women sion and be fully esncelled by prompt aid bill kills by proposing to exclude Mr. that they had ever met. Her friend all in this crisis of tbe work. If you would wajy?5SiaiM.- Davis from the benefits. He doesn't rest assured that she ha, gone to lire appropriately tell "in very deed," how yon need it and does not want it, so let amoncthe angels in a better land than this. appreciate the love of Him who for us all, born thia In ornamentation and it unequalled. tbe. bill pass so that justice maybe She was buried ot the cemetery just above waa gift toin Bethlehem, tend good ChristBran-s- o mas belp proclaim the beide her new to done the old fellows that are fast pas3 lown officiated at father. Eld. B. F. tbe grave. other to If you believe thia gospel of love ing away, -we Preach and sing, Is the remedy for tbe BROTHER BARNES- CIRCULAR. world's sorrow and unrest; if you think it Adapting the Range to ny kind of fuel. The is sad ia The Louisville Coitunercial is again the antidote to Ingerolism and everv oth HcasON River R. R. en roule to three sections. As the center burns ont mnch fatter than the ends, this piece looking into that report of pardons orer "ism" that afflicU this "tempest tossed" New York City. humanity, then make us we beseech you, dered by the Legislature of the Gov Dear FHndt: can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. I write this message to you as I your faithful missionaries to proclaim it ernor, but finds that it is in the hands d.'fb along the river's brink, at high speed fat and wide. Yon can not leare your behind the fire box, which protects the back from iatease heat. a of private party who claims it as his type of life's journey, so soon to bring home to do it, but we now stand own property. It further says that up at the last station, where we shall all ready (O, how gladly), can, and "earth's The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and to go to Blackburn swore that if the publia take onr place for Eternitv. I write with bounds" with the good news. "We rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal bnilt printer dared to print it he should the terninut full in view. Will you liften are ready togo down into the pit; will you never receive a ceut fur it. There is tome? I write for Marie and myself. We hold and let down the rope?" So asked on it, if desired. one of nld. So ask we be unearthed at have bat one heart and voice in this Many other conveniences are attached to this Store, which I atk you to to our old and new friends. May love's appeal be not in vain. Ever f" reat rottenness to that the Com rankfort and we trust You know well the manner of our life in Jesus affectionately. examine before buying. I also refer yon to Mrs. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, will keep Jocfc-afci- n meraal nosing these six yesrs past, how that, with one deGroRoc O. Baiwes, until he exposes it all and "smokes sire to preach and sing ''the truth as it J Marie S Barkes. Mrs. W.F. McKianey, Mrs. W. O. Welch. Mri. 0. H. McKinney, Mrs. 8. J. one purpose w yieia an mat in jctuf; tbe rascals out." we hare and are, in holy consecration to Embry, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey as to the advantages The Supreme Court has decided flis loving service; and one hops that we the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, (that tbe law under which Gen. Curtis may "finish our coarsetowith joy, and tbe us br the Lord was convicted and sentenced in New miiuatrv committed DEPARTMENT. Y6rkrto pay a fine of 81,000 and be Jeans." this end, without intermission, or To ROUT. IS. "WEST, XMltor. imprifloaed for one year for collecting what men call "rest." we have by the political assessments in New York, is Lord's trace, pursued "the even tenor" of LANCASTER. Monday is Coonly Court day. constitutional and his petition for n this fay. blessed, as vou all know, berond OF LINCOLN CO. ! highest expectations of ourselves or the John W. Miller ia having bis hotel writ of habeas corpus has been denied. othern "exceedingly abundantly above remodeled in part. Now let Hubbell and Mahone be tried what we aaked or thought." To the Lord An effort is beta; made to build a and convicted. It is not right that we give all the praise, as we set up a grate- plank walk from Dr. Price's out Danville the little minnows should suffer and ful knetar" "Hitherto hath the Lord street as far as the limits of town. Mr.R L. Hobble, of Lincoln, sold to the big Cab get away entirely with the helped." We are now about to enter on lbs 7th Dr. C L Caldwell and J. W. Smith, of bait. year of this ttanget, in earnest hope that it uarren county, a black jack, four yeara has been made by the will eclipse in usefulness and truthfulness old for $700. A First-Clas- s the other six, as the seventh Xo one baa announced himself as a Combined Chairman of the State Central Com- overtops all ita predecessors ocean ware One. in strength H.c. mittee for that and the Executive and volume. We fully belieTe the Lord candidate for representative in tbia county FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. yet. Several gentleman are spoken of on A.t XjA-AV- , Committees to to meet in Louisville, will do this for His own glory if we are as tbe democratic side. STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. LANC&STEB, KY. Brcaim your Loum, or your iooJs, or jour lite Jan. 10, to fix a time and place for true to Him in the wider field to which A bomb exploded bv some unknown Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, CommlulsDer Osrrird rlrcnlt Coart. Will stock, or your other property hire ost Leva burnt Conven-Jioi- o He has called us, as in the limits of oar parlies broke out CO races of class in the Muter holding the democratic State praclle la sll the Oourtj or Otrrird adjolaleg or Injured br Sroor lightning. If no (utranlr I bit Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for Clerk's office windows and did other dam- counties inU la the Court of Appeals. in Mate. therci snort. Don't you think, Idea, Inst It it, nominate a candidate for Gov- - native veara ago. almost to a dar, wouM bo praJent to lerur Indemnity in uh I am well pleased with mv nurchasc. As a Harrow nml nuliw. Six obeine age. The Marshal waa abnt. such loss or damage ihcuU occur T 1 oiler you thU BOTCXC ALU lUUUgUl AJTJUISVllie Will a call as clear as Abram's or Paul's, we left W Now ii your time to bay cheap goods. izcr it is the best I have ever seen; is a Seeder, I would not exchange a insi in iowoi rates obtainable is any be named as tbe place and the 22nd Chicago, where Mr. Owsley bad just built I want to close out by Jan. 1st. Don't fail I reprrtcnt sercn and you may surance Company 1 am also confident that it will prove valuable as a Uke your choice, 94n J O. X. SMI I LI I'M. for any other, and ef February as the day for the busi- a new chapel at large expense, and settled to call and eet banrains when coodi must Cultivator. Svairoao Stkiit ui In a house newly furnished from cellsr be sold. I mast have what is due me by ness, Craic Lynn. to garret, and came to Kentucky to labor Jan. 1st. Geo A Feathera. ,X ! to LANCASTER, KENTUCKY f OtJB dear old governor has been for the Lord among thoae of our own Mr. R W. Li Hard has made a move Mk.Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin I have one of the Albion Spring Mrabbed. He issued a requisition for household, telling, first of all to our In tbe right direction and had the shed in notice la hereby tireo Ibat a meeting of th Tooth Sulkey Harrows, Cultivators and Broadcast "Kinsfolk and friends, what great things front of his store torn down. It would Seeders. I am stockholders of tbefarmers National Bank offitan. (JeLrt. A. iMtzgeralu, of the Pension the Lord had done for us" and them. well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. make our town more attractive if a few J0I1N T. 1IIGUIXS, PROPRIETOR. lord will be held at the tflceof aal.lbankon Bureau at Washington, who is charg Now, obeying still a call not to be mis more of them were taken down. Tho Sd TucMlay lu Jhh-- , 1SS3, Wm. Gooch. ed in Kenton county with forgery, but taken, and ftill "wondering with great Judge Geo. Denny is at Liberty this For the purpose of electing a Board of Directors Itt - CLASS HOTEL A FIRST amizemenl" that the Lord should thus use week attending Court. Messrs. Sam An Chief Justice Carrier declined to ise enauing year. j.n.unni.i.1, Cathler. Geo. D. Weaken, Esq. Dear Sin I used one of the Albion Comit. The Gov. should call out us, we have "come out from our kindred dereon and Hunter Irrinir, who have been In trery particular, Thspstrtnafief tb puLlle and oar father's house, into a land we attending Commercial College at Louis- solicited, and latlifactlonjpiariateed. bined Spring Tooth Harrows and Broadcast Seeders in putting in my his milkia. knew not." onlv knowing Him who led ua ville, returned home laat Saturday. FARM FOR SALE I wheat this Kali, and do not hesitate to say that it did the work per- Hemphill A Walden are sellinr out country will be delighted to by the hand. Now we can only hear one command "Co into all tbe world and their stock nf dry goods. Ac, at auction. K,. 1. bANDIDCK. I oScr for sale brlTatelrur etcellent little Farm ""')- ksqw that Mr. and Mrs. Scovillehave preach my gospel to every of too A We We understand thst Mr. Walden will quit creature." la the et end or Lincoln raun. kissed and madevup and that the case "verilr thought" when we began work un the business ty, within mil or I'eyton's Well Ills!, oft Hemphill continue and Mr Geo. D. Weaken Dear mile from the.MIIMcetllle C Stanford ilke and bought of you a Spring Tooth against her for lunacy has been strick- der thia second call, that we ahould go on, with a new stock of rood after the 1st of lJ tulle IromTiUnlord & Hiutoarl lie pike, Is well watered, Mi good ImproTemenu, about H I irrais Sulkey Harrow and Broadcast Seeder, and after having used it in en from the docket. Now let us all as In other days, oting tbe same methods January. year. It Is and wheat and balance for corn neat Mr Cyrus Dally 'iteam became frightforget the whole Guiteau family and and following the beaten track. Vte forany peraon oppmne at once seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we arc free to say that the ImpleTery proaucuie. got, as David did when called to fight the ened at something on the Lexington pike, I an obtain a bargain, at. J. KOUTT. ment is a good one and gives satisfaction. Wc regard it superior to eejoy Christmas to its' fullest extent. Mllledgetllle, Ky. Philistine, that the Lord does not repeat near Mr. H. O. Sutton's and ran away, ., any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. Himself, A bill to provide a two year's ex- new fieldsbut, that our faitb may ever find breaking op the wagon to which they wars I Mts. Kate Dudderar, for exercise, commsnds to wait bitched, considerably. They ran about R. W. Givexs & Son. tension on whisky in bond is meeting J Laacaateritrrel, for tbe "sound of a going among the mul- three mile. I Stanford, with much onDosition in the Senate. berry trees.'' instead of the familiar mode Kentacky, The following marriage licenses were Mk. Geo, D. Weaken Dear Sin I am pleased with my Albion It' is claimed that many fortunes will of attack "ai aforetime." Now. therefore. Issued from the Garrard County Cleric's Is dally rrcelrlnanaw and U.nllful Ulllln.r. be lost unless something is done for we seem called upon to lsbor in a perfectly office during the past week: Hugh Roberts flood. ofcterydea'rlDtlon fftrTthlnff or tha lit. Spring Tooth Harrow and Broadcast Seeder; think it is much better est .lylee.anduobdy.who IntenJa buying any. and answers Independent way. We have faithfully and to Miss L . James; J. F. Hnlltclaw to the whisky men. many more purposes than a Drill. ioi ok in ner line, mould (ail locall oo her. Trice John Buchanan. patiently tried working in the groove of MUs Lucy Pettis; Mose Ray to Miss s. luw aa tbe lowat hue la thankful lor put ordinary church methods, on a call from NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and nopcelsr their continuance Jlra.Molh Hurt. Myers baa cbaigvol the g Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir. Have tested your Albion Seeder on departtbla that pastor. In every case, of late, Married, at the residence of J. Weslev ment, which l.a sufficient guarantee that her cu The Court of Appeals adjourned yes. with or inaiked failure In lesulls. Slow, per- West. In this place. Wednesday tbe L'Oth clean, plowed land and on Xhc foulest stalk ami. It givcs,bctter satistomers will Snd no time lor cvuplalnl, IMf terday till January 3J. haps, to learn the lesson the Lord was Inst , Geo. II. Lane to Miss Clara Hack ley, faction than any implement ever used in foul land. Tts wife of Dr. B. J. O'Mahony a teaching us, yet now, prompt to act that it ooin or tots county, ilie ceremony was n journalist, Is dead at Lexington Is learned, we propose, henceforth to work performed by Rev. J. R. Pecplea. Tbe A. K. Denny. The Judge of the City Court, Louis- independently of all church organizationa roung couple have our best wishes for their - Imputing ville, J. Hop Price, died Tuesday of heart and pastorates. Not, therefore,future prosperity. Geo, D. Weaken Dear Sin I have used one of the above AT PLEASANT VALLEY I d disease. blame to any. nor vet dreaming of opposi W. O. Brodley, aa Ex'r. of R. 21. Seeders, and heartily endorse the statement ofMr. Denny. tion to any a thousand times "No '.') but Bradley, sold, Monday, 352 acres of coal There are four cafes of small-poat ' South Somerset, all in the family of Mr. lovingly, aa of old, with transparent fideli land in Laurel county, at public auction, ' J. A. DePauw. ty, striving to build up. as we find, and not Messrs. Geo. Denny, Sr, W. E Walker, EXTEPRISE GROCERY, The army appropriation bill fixes tbe pull down, we propose in future, by God'a Thos Palmer sn.HI. C Kauffman, became Is now receiving a new, large and Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin The Albion Combined Sprintr Tooth amount at $24,000,000: a million and a grace, to work outside church edifice and the purchasers at $630. The gentlemen splendid stock of goods of every Harrow, Cultivator and Broadcast Seeder is all and even church order. It is a fact, not to be denied will organize a company for minion coal. balf less than last year. more than Hon. James Lyons, member of tbe for a moment, that the "raasW will not Tha land lie Immediately on the Knox, variety. Here are some specia- you claim for it. I have sown 59 acres of wheat this CJoppkrate Lonsres iideid at Richmond, darken a church door. For torn reason, vllle branch nf the L 1S11 R lties: Boys' Clothing for any com land, and it does its work well where no other season in filthv Va'. He wu 81 years old. the church ha lost Ita grip upon tbe machine would sized child; Ladies' Cloaks of ele work at all. My son Jimmie, who is 1 2 years A damsge suit for $10,000 has been world, and now whit ia left is to K where old, ran LiSCASTEU IDTLBTIsLaESTS. brought agsinst W C Owens at Somerset, we can get hold of lost men. "In the gant pattern; Boots and shoes at all the time, using a tcamof comparatively small horses, the machine and found for killing Jasper last rear, highways and hedges" is tbe "supper" call, Wholcule snd IUU11 Dealers In reduced prices: a eood whole no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend jt to my farmer The two medical students and their and, aa we surely believe we are at the friends, for I O. MOIIOAN. D. D. B. leather Hoot at $2-- , Prints, from kiTow a fair trial will convince them of its usefulness colored a&dstants, who wire arrested iq "eventide" of this dispensation, It behoove eight months Staple and Taney Groceries, Queem-war- e, to per yard; Overcoats, in the year. . baa located nermanantlr In Lan Itlcbmond, Va , while attempting to rob a ua to "go out quickly" and "compel them John P. grave, were each sentenced to six months to come Id," that guests to tbe feat be not caster. OlScs room sier J, O, (Sweeney's new line, all wool, low prices; the nice Glassware, Candies. f Imprisonment. wanting, "The world ia rocking on a stois. see sign.) Trion Sheeting at 7 c per yard; Geq. D Weaken-Z- W orv of us having axle," and in another generation The heaviest wind and snow storm for wort-ou- t Pruits.CIgari aad Hats and Caps, Ladies' Hats; Cof- you one of your A bion Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows fifty year has prevailed along Newfound- it may be too late, W may not stand tip. and Broaden! Tenlv-twceremony now. loo much la at alike Tobacco. on land for Aty.ei.i hours. fee from 8Kc to per pound; Seeders, we take pleasure in laying jASt they have given mKlXDMAaiMI- vessel were wrecked in Green Biy. Great Wktrt Ik deep art, I Ihs shepherd's place. ui entire lanuies, satisfaction and done all that you chimed for them. Prefer them tn A OEOCERr-- A WELL, LIGHT- - ioys, uuiis, rircworKs, We fin J tbem. uniformly, far away from leas of llfe'Is feared. Nuts and a general variety of Xmas a t4, roomy houi. E srytblng COMPANY, ..wut .vim nciiavcacco. ouwsinc wneat even v nn.l !,- TkvCtntral Courur sod material at stately church doors, and wt aim lo lake INSURANCE a pin and prices User than HsaelMf'Hle U to be sold at commission- - men as wt find them. "With hostility to Goods. In short, you can net any none exposed on the surface also rer.ir,i i,. Or ftms, Mat. " lvu superior to arTaalaaa tha Sfllh Init . tn ultifr si laiiir. nons charity to all," as Francis Murphy tisr. thing vou want and at prices aston-- , other as a pulverizer and bdicve they " .7. prove will valuable as Cuff Met of $&C3 40. We hope Bra Qwen may I has it, w wish to oo out aller tbe lost sheep Capital. 1500,000; surplus, U3,aj;ltaJaateU, Vott't fait to See Them In the Aeu ishmglylow. The public arc in-- ( vators. p be a We to raise tb wind, ills it loo good land bring tbem in. (n public bills anil l,uU,SU!, H0HT. KINNA!St,At., I Mttek. a places of rtaort we shall find tbem by the JOMyr. a paper todls tor that.iaall amount. taocailer, Kentucky, Smi-MhIjj3nltnorM- ICY. nl ad 1 pub-Irshis- E. 3P. OWSLEY. 3MI mi WfmMv Sliirlr of Bf mUn i I Notions, Clothlnc for the next 30 SATS at irrdatly Clothing Specialty. reduced iirlcea. Heavy Bools, P. coo-se- - NEW FALL AND T.riTzsi--n VIV WINTER T STOCK per-xm- u DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS,HATS,BO0TSISHOES, cs t ' sL. .tp.i III Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. push-eeLwit- h mm RECEIVED W. T. GREEN'S. PENNY & McALISTER, prices at Buckwheat Flour, New Process Flour, Meal, Oat Meal, Tapioca, Maccaroni and all kinds of Canned Fruits, at low Nice lot of Candies, Nuts, Raisins, Currants, Prunes, Figs, Dates, Oranges, Lemons,Mince Meat, Hominy, Rice, your special attention to the I desire to call JsuPwWTT;5sSHa JEWEL RG E M'ROBERJPTAGG tgjBr - jMMMsSMJBi3grK ' s operation, taste Holiday Goods, THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, Holiday Christmas Fire Back Gifts for Old & Young, Ventilated Chamber Beautiful Line of Silverware, Jewelry, mB which for utility, durability, perfection in Watches and Clocks, Fine Toilet Sets and Flower Vases. Garrard County Our Holiday Books were never Prettier or more Choice; W. H. HIGGINS. call FARMERS Box Paper, "Writing Paper, Writing TESTIMONIALS Desks and Fancy Ink. A large stock of Fine Fancy Candies, Toys and Fire HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. works of every description. kauffman; ATTOnNBV Three Implements in i HT0GO8 HOUSE! nm-cui- Notice Stockholders 1M-1- 4 fflks FINE r. New House! SthW'c ivt-x- mww ooods Bar-tbeo- ia Uanlua-Maaln- GEO. D. "well-know- BURDETT & CO. CHRISTMAS! hvl:. men-Hone- x ijroooiKr LANCASTER. SWniT OENTIHT. 4jc 6c lUirv 109-t- &r.-Eac- MANUFACTURERS' I2c HfUT-CLAS- S i nt - " .i VnJ IW-Ii- . I T..,.. , Mr. Geo. Evans. Jr. The bride was nnti sually handsome In Russian blue rhademes per yard. Dannllt. a satin, Spanish We snd natural flower. rr.Monxh Ciirmtmas. present In the dry good Mr. Wm. Moore, ton of 4V. I. Moore, of She wore a bonnet ssme shade of her dress, line can be had at J. W. IfaydenV this place, was brought homefmm Huston- - with crushed 'strawberry trimmings. The happy a Prince Friday Morning, December 22, 1882 Look Nick. Go to Kta' and get beau vine mis week so seriously III lliat no groom looked black. and noble In Noel wis His UHIe hope are entertained for his recovery. Mr. Albert anil of llfiil calicoes at 4, 5 and 0 ct. per yard. Talbot HhicVellord and wife are vieltng attired In an elegant grenat surah satin, E. H. BUH.NSIDE, Mr. 8. V.Rowland. Chas. E Clarke and with hat to match, with terracotta trimL A H. 10CAL TIME CARD. Fnmit raisins, currant, citron-another family have gone to Missouri "to become mings. Mis Annie Buchanan looked very Woll - Known sweet in satin and plush, with This Old rMMKftf trains North.. M A. M. fancy grocerie for Chriatma cake at A. natives." hat to correspond. Messrs. Green and Hotel Still Maintains " . Boalh. M F. M Owaley'. , , THEt'lttLDREN High Reputation, Attending the 1st PreshvleHan Snndar- - Carson looked handsome and dignified. Immediately after the ceremony the in. I have four or five good building lot In school will be entertained al the Court AND LOCAL NOTICES. vttrd relstives and friend repaired to the Iti Proprietor it Determined that Stanford for sale, elrgantly located and two house on Friday night by a sort of rarlety Buy Paints of Vtnnj A McAllater. residence ol Dr. W. M. Doore and nartook performance, chsradts, tableaux, Christ it Shall be Second to bo Country llur -- our ammunition of all kind from ol them the nicest In- town. John Bright. mas tree and supper. Those at the South- of a sumptuous fesat, which needs no high Hotel in the State ia iti Fare, er enlogv then to say that It was under the McKoberU AHugg, Appointments, or AttenJost received a new line of China, GIim ern Methodist 8. S. by gift from Santa supervision of Miss Allie Hardin, Mrs. W. Nkw ilock of Jewelrr and tion to Comfort of me Christian church HumMy r, Kennedy ana Mrs ur. uoores. Aheioi-lowin- g at and Queentware, including some handsome school will haro a tupper at Gllcber'son their Quests. Ptnnr A feAliili. is a list of presents: Tej, Chamber and water-setSet furniture, MoAltler Tuesday night. The Northern Methodist , Watches, Clock and Jewelry repaired A Bright'. from the groom; cow, Dr. Dcores: to sad from tksdrpst on Thursday night at Mr. E, B. Llnnev'. Rates will tt and warranted by Penny A MoAllster. Mrs.Doorts: handsome cracklea-warKprtlal atromnodalloas t hare not decided t Comma-riVxu. lot of Zelgler'a 8hws juit recelr-e- d The double NUMnt-.i- t of the Stanford The Baptist people The pupil yetattending berry bowl, Mrs. Wm. Noel; elegant sllrer frtsoftkar. Trarslsrs. The Bar will a what the will do. always satsllsl wltk tk ekalesst ami for what J, II. AS. II. rjlisn.t. castor. Mr. James Doore; msjoHca pitcher, JoURKAL, issued Tuesdsr, it neat and new- - the Institute for the kraal's or Llqiori aad cigars. Mis Ilerfha Hutchison; and sllSliect Music. Vocal and In- - ay, a the tingle number usually Htanoard D. a D. I. Lou rer pickle castor, Mrs. R. R. Noel; msjoHslrunienlal, for 10 cent at IVnnr A Under the heading of "Fun by the Whole ca salad dishes, Mis Bessie Psrrish and isville Commercial. . College. sale" gare a laughable series of Panto- - Master Frank Parrlsh; an astral lamp, Miss Christmas turkeys, cranberries, mince mine at the Chapel on Thursday night. Lakor stock of Window (Haas, all slit. , Double thick glass for flower lilt. IVon meat, krout, butter, rgga, oyster, cracker, By the loe of some faculties the other are Lara Doore: beautiful sllrer STANFORD, KY. Mrs, Hal lie Doores. grandmother of bride; A MoAlUter. raisin, currant, date, fig, nut of all more tlrougly developed and these unfor- majolica pickle dishes, Mis Llllle Noel; Jurr received a new lotof cloaks for kinds, oranges, lemon, banana, apple, tunates have per force Income keen ob silrer cream stoon, Miss Bettie F. Doores; With a Full Corps of Teachers, and children and a fine lot of servers' snd are unrivaled In mimicry. pickle, Jtllle, candle of every descrip They g lo Ilarrodsbnrg on Friday night majolica pitcher, Miss Lilla Doores; wax This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Seaslon J. II. AH. II. Hiiank. uowers, .Mrs. jonn jmisioo; natural now on the 2d Moodsy In September neat. tion, a nice line of China, glaas and MajoliRer. a. D. Archibald i in Danville, era, Mrs. E. W. Jones and Mis Mtggie for the purpose of filling out his unexpired Buchsnan; handsome silrer butter-knifPERSONAL ca Christmas ware and a big atock of all ALL TBE BRANCHES OP A pickle disb, Mr, kindi of canned goods at Bruce, Warren A term at Theological Seminary. John Tay- Mis Sue Herring; Mim Jennie Huoiiaman was here lor, son of Rer. Chas. Taylor, of the Methl.ucian XNoei; surer and fruit THOROUCHENGUSHCOUBSE Co.'., the "Twin Front." odist church, Is on the road for harness I...1., Art.. ir. i...i.i.. Mil..t...i . Mr. O. M. Daviso la home frora hit Did.Vt Know it was Loaded. For and saddlery and took in Danville this bracket. Misses Annie and Sallie Noel: ntir Ar taafht, as well aa D. W. Jones and Mr. week. L. surer "itlllerj" In Mercer. miss ua Doores; sti omttime an old pistol ha lain around the Stewart Mr. on the sick list. Judge R. MUSIC, THE LANGUAGES, D HAWare Nick ver ielly spoons, Miss Nannie Doore. Mim Mattic Drown, ol Lancssler, Is bouse or Ben Farri. cold, and the child, Ssndifer snd family have moved to Cor ING AND FAINTING. Truly thl is a case where the "course of with her ilater, Mrs. Deo. II. Iltuce. ren lis re used it lo amuse one another by Ington. Buck Weitherford is here frora true lore" ha run smoothly, for In their Louis-Tlll- e MimMaooikIIahris went to napping, Ac. The other day aome of the Missouri. Hon. Breck Jones, of Et. Louis, courtship of over two years, no ship Isden with "lover's quarrels" has ever left Its carTesterd to attend Chrlitmaa with male member of the family loaded It lo arrlred yesterday. AS ONE. to ISO In In Tuition, price range from M- l- Mscgle UIIm. kill something, but left it in It usual When lore tskes np the hsrp of life 'lis go at their blissful port. They hare both regular Departments. Primary, til Intermed chosen wisely and well, for no worthier f3; rreparaUJ7, HO, and Colfeglata, tea Hox. W. O. Bradley Ii Terr flailer place. It did kill something, for when ever in tunc. At the residence of J. young man In erery respect can be found Ingl token of aa Minister to Spain In the Farris' oldest daughter, who Is 15, began Bsrne Caldwell. In this county, on Tues than Mr. Jas. Holdam, and Crab Orchard For full particulars, aa to Board, it., address place of Ilanlbal Hamlin, who la about to a usual lo amuse the youngest, who wa day 19th, Mtas Suaie M Caldwell was mar- nor any other town can boaat of a nicer. URN. 8. C. THUF.IIKAKT. rrluelJiM, ried to Mr. Geo. P. Newholt. of Marion more respected or more highly accomplish stannra. Lincoln uo., &.J. resign. Mr. Bradley la one of the bright two orthiee, by snipping it at her head, It county, by Rer. C. B. II. Martin. On ed young lady than Allss Jtetlli young republican! In the Slate, and hi went off and the ball entering the temple, Wednesday, 20th, at tho residence of Mr. Truly our bouquet of pretty girls ha lost eat hard work for Ma party entitle him to the caused her death in two hour. The girl Thoa. Cotton, Miss Susie U. Cotton to Mr. one of Its brightest flowers. May their fa OHIO RY. moat diitlMuIthttl conalderallon at the ha told two or three stories about it,one of Jno. C Collingsworth, of Kansas, by Rer. lure pathway be scattered profusely with Thos. Vaughan. A license was Issued on Heaven's choicest blessings and may they dispenser of office. ham's of the which I given In our Huslonvllle letter, tbe 10 tn Tor tho raarmg or Morris C. Bar- always be, "each to each other a dearer but till stem to be the true one, at any ker to Miaa Maggie iverlus. Houto self, is tbe wish of a most sincere friend. LOCAL MATTERS. ELorEMKXTS It is the latest. rate Crab Orchard, Dec. 21, 1882. W. L K. SOS Cruel patients forced Charlie Hunt, of the . (lo to the "Twin Froota." MARRIAGES. C S. R R , lo take from her home in DanWashington, Philadelphia N.Y. SEW ADTMtTtSKXKMK. Mr. Charles XV. Thomaon has obtained ville, Miss Adclle Tborel, daughter. of Mr. Plaid Cottons at 8 cl. per yard at Jno P Tborel, mine hnst of the Central KIam' . license In many Mis Itoaibel Wickeralum Hotel. They were married in Cincinnati The onl- - line running Acres on Wednesday. Roth rose early In the A Lincoln Co. Farms-20- 0 A Chiuytm as Tree and Concert at M. next Sunday. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS Mr. A. F. DIahon wa married yeater- morning "before one eonld know another" Ilsgah I day lo Mfs Nancy E., the handsome daugh' and so did Mallnda Nerlus. But she K. V. Owa ley U cloning out hla cloak knew that Jarret T. Mock would meet her SltuitM on lh Danville A. Lancaster pike, at Col. ter of Mr. S. D. Anderson. Bruce' tridce. About at the depot for the early morning train for seeded with clover and SOacroa In wheal, which Is and dolmana at coat. timothy, making almost Mr. F. F. Farmer aad Mis Angle Cincinnati on Thursday. And I suppose i do entire nrin in grass, wall wateroi im several to Klaas and buy Haines were married at Mr.Tlio. lUIne' they are married by ibis time. "Hall nefersl nTtr.lIling epriufa; alsoooc of lb largest SLEEr Warx.-- Oo snd twit wring roods In tho ronnlrl tnaklot 11 a hi 05 cent Comfort. yetterdty by Iter. J. M. Brace. He is CO like not that," ssys Commy T. dnlrabla stack form lluon It good, comforta ouUtIIIc, Cincinnati nutl DEATH. ble dwelling house. Ice house, amok house and Ky., pRor. IIoglm' school, owing lo sickness, and fhe 4,0 und neither have been married Robl. C. Stewsrt, sged 62, died at his home barn, food cabin ractntlr built. vounc orchard before. near Danriile on Tuesdsy night, from phy- or ISO coolc apple iree. good kitchen, gardsn, Ac. cloaed yttterday till Jan. I. Terms of sale made known on application. Ilalfof We clip the following from the Topeka sical exhaustion, caused by acute mania. purciuH monej may remain on mortgage. CJLTY, Cottos and Tickiso. D. KlaM keep (ICansa) Qtpital, a one of tbe bride, Mr. Funeral scrrices at Christian church yesterJOHN HU1LDER. Lancaster, Kj. cheaper than any Iteynoids, baa relallre in thia and Boyle day at 1 r. M , by Eld. J. M.Streator. both there article Connecting to same depot with fast trains lor FOIl THE LADIES. body. county: "A pleasant and comewhat unu. A nnilt of rare beauty and elegance can be INTOT Mr. Will A. Hail haa had paternal sual marriage ceremony took place at the seen at Harris, Durham A Donlap'a store. , honera tbrutt upon httn. Ii'a a girl and residence of Mr. G N. Ernul last evening. It is made 01 silk-- satin, plush nnd relvet from a design secured from the South Ken Danwetjfha 9 lb. Mr. Geo. A. Mood and Miss Jennie Nolly sington (London) Art School. Mrs. Mul- - On petition of manj tltlieni, I hereby request The Direct Ronto to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, the Jus tlcv of the county to meet me at 1 r. u . hestlnf-stare- s were Joined in marriage by Iter. L. Blake-lr- . vey mado it lor amusement, but not less j,A LAROE rarlety of cook stores, Mr. II. S. Reynold and Miaa Nannie C thin $75 will pay her for the fun she had MONDAY, JANUARY I, 1883, and grale just received bj A. Osrs-leThe Colon place, on Salt River. 53 Koche acting a groomsman and bride-maiVirginia and North Carolina Low price. sold at auction for $1,385 to George County Court day, to consider the question of All Immediately following this ceremo acres, Points. making sn appropriation for the rurcbase ol Mahan. i he .Maj, Meyer place on tbe rer toc I Lower thah Ever. To reduce ny the two latter were married by Iter. Dr. rrville pike, containing CO acres was sold For tickets and lurtber Information, apply to HtgUtof ll'au and Depot Ground your nearest ticket office, or address will 011 at reduced rate for c It till lat Cowlea, the first married couple acting aa to heirs for SS.O.VS. JAHEN C. ERrYNT. for fie Proposed Bnllroad January. W.T. Oreen. t, Oenl. Southwestern attendant. The two bride have for a MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. A To be lullt from Btantord to Mlcholaavllle. 3(0 W. Main St., LoutsTllle, Ky. from Jan, long time been intimate friend, and the Qeeo Business Houm for rent prompt and full attendance is leslred. M. Burdett. Editor. Sam. O. W. NH ITU, II. W. FULLER. E. W. I1ROWX, iffi&l. Now occupied by W. T. Green. two gentlemen likewise. Many kind wish- Uen'l I'au'r Ag"l. Osn'l Manager, There will be a wedding here next 105Richmond, Ylrlnla. County Judgtol Lincoln e attend the quartette aa they enter upon Sunday. Apply to M. D. Elmore, Stanford, Ky. A nice line or stationery at J. It. their married life." Co Mr early and mike your (election Whitehead'.. Christmas and New Year cards at J. from our large atock of cheap Toya btfore RELIGIOUS. L. Whitehead's. they have been picked over. McAlitler A Iter. IU R. Noel will preach at 'the Parlor and mantel lamps with Arcand Bright. Baptlat church, Crab Orchard, Sunday burners at J. L. Whitehead's. The biggest stock of Holiday Goods in There were only three prlaonera in jail morning next. L. Whitehead's. The Northern Methodist Church haa Ml. Vernon at J. a few day ago, the tmallest number for All the poets, the beat novel and the yeara. Two more were added thti week for decided lo locate Ihetr Southern University best stock of holiday books at J. L. Whiteat Cbattanoogo, and will put up a build- head's. mall offences. You csn bur Webster' Unabridged received a large atock of French ing to cost $100,000. Juvt L. Whitehead at prices The Southern Baptist Seminary refus Dictionary from J. $25. and atlck candle, foreign and domratlc ranging from $10 to ed to accept benator Jo Brown's gift of fAiita and nuU, for the Holidaya at McAI-ItU- r Toys, doll, candles, raisins, nuts, or $50,000 because he nominated that hi ion anges, lemons, ureworks and Chinese lan A Bright;. terns lor sale by J. Lk Whitehead. t 4 should be tbe beneficiaries. Last Monday, W. II. Albright resigned Till. WEATHER ha been exceedingly The second Quarterly Meeting of the office of Sheriff, and on Wednesday. changeable thia week. Wedneadar It wa Conference year will be held at tbe Metho- the James While was appointed to fill the windier than March and yeaterday wa aa dist Church and Sunday. Prebright and aa pleaiant a May. hitehead Yon can buy from J. h. siding Elder J Rand will officiate. newspaper or periodical publish The Presbyterian meeting has resulted any book, English language. He la the To reduce my atock of Dry Good, Ac, ed In tbe I oOer special Inducement in price for the so far in 12 confessions, four since our Issl man to take your orders. J. L. Whitehead de'irei to call attennext week or two. Call and see how low reports Misses Emma Baker, Kiltie Wray and Lou Dunn, and Mr. A. A. McKinney. tion to hla lsrge and elegant stock of jew good can be Bold. J. W. Harden. Service will continue till Sunday at least. elry. He has the beat selected, best aaaoit ed and best line of jewelry In town. d A CARU.EW mail agent left the Because Mr. Barnes wears the title of Mr Geo. Sarn brook, late a contractor Branch pouch for thl office at the the "Mountain Evangelist" the New York on the Knoxvllle extension was here TuesJunction Tctterdar, but our P. M., Mr. B. World la surprised to find hint a "well edu day He thinks tratns will run through lo O. Alford, kindly went down and brought cated man for hla region" and tbat he Knoxvllle by not later than Jan. 20th. The Dramatic Club' entertainment it up. caught the long words, such as vicegerent will certainly take place next Thursday The 0. S. R. K will aell tlcketa to all and empyrean, in which he frequently in- night, 33th Inst. The proceeds will be point on the road beginning on the 23d dulged, on tbe right syllable. It gives, used to purchase a communion service tor -- ATand ending on the 26th, at 2 cent per however, a pretty fair description of Mr. the church. The construction train met with an mile each way, good till January 2. It is Bsrne and a passably good report of hi accident at Brummett's Station near Willtheir Cbrlatma gift to their patron. sermon, At the conclusion of the prayer iamsburg, Tuesday. A car loaded with it add that "Marie, Georgia and another limber was thrown from the track and a The Amateur Club of Huatonvllle, will young woman, with Mr. Barnes drew up to brakeman killed. give an entertainment there next Tueiday L. Whitehead's drug and book At the orgati and all seated In line, sang an store andJ. newa depot, you wltl find a carenight for the benefit of the Cornet Band. unknown hymn with piercing voices." The fully selected stock of pure drugs and medTbe programme la a moat amusing one and reporter evidently wanted to be funny. Mr. icines Prescriptions compounded at all all who attend can laugh and grow fat. Barnes' voice 1 not so melodious aa it hour by experienced hands. If you want to make a brother, sister, of McKInney and Ticinity might be, but Miss Mario's is sweetness ItThe people wife, husband, mother, father, daughter, School-bouaself. will have a Chriitmai tree at tbe son, friend or sweetheart a Christmas present, go to J, L. Whitehead's and get it. He there for the benefit of the poor LAND. STOCK ANB CROP. keeps every thing from a bottle of perfumchildren and other. Thia I a mot com CO ery to a sewing machine. " A. T. Nunnelley sold 38 ewes at $ suadabla move and might be followed in per head. On Tuesdar, tbe 10th Inst., at Man. other localltlc. White was married Maj Stlgallsold a lot of hogs, 3S0 lbs. chester, Miss Emma to Mr, J. L, Logan, of Nicholaaville. The Tiie Maskers will bare the floor at the at 0 cent. moat loveable aod acbride was one of the till 8:30, when matka will bo JMnk J. A. Given sold to Johu.Jobnson a complished young ladies of Clay county. " on the removed and the skating become general. lot of steers at 3, The happy pair were passenger train Wednesday morning. A door committee will arrange details. J. D, Swope sold to Barges, Gentry A North-bounAbout 1'EorLE Mr. Wis. Flsnnery, Until the masker arrive at 7:30, other Co. 4 mules for $630. of Louisville, who has just finished a can uao tbe floor. First-clas- s skaters Utley .hay press for site, mall contract of masonry on the K. C. R. R. wa in town Wednesday night. He I Stanford. Mr. Barnes' friend here have partially John Bright, a bright budness young man and think of A Scott county man sold to a Pennsylresponded to hi call by sending him $100 getting a permanent position wiiii some 01 10 yearling mules the contractors on the K. C. Mr. J. II. Jor o. One gentleman aaya he will give any vania parlorT. Land shipped toat $76. John Cincinnati Otter, wife and children, have gone to " amount to bring tbe Evangelist back to I week, a car load of hogs which cost Louisville lo spend the holidays, Kentucky, but not red cent will he give this An Item in thia column last Tuesday, people who do him 81. Jo aid a, man in preaching to that it was a matter of doubt Mr. Asher Owsley bought the Jake indicated Eld. J, L. Allen, of Danville, whether jnot want to hear him. Owaley place near Danville, 08 acres at would preach next year for the church the Weaken'b Funlture Store B. ft here. This was erroneous, since.ln point of I place K. go foi Christina present. iiHe $19 ier acre. to W. S. Helm, of Eminence, last week fact, Bro. Allen had already been engaged, ' it celvlnir a full line of fancy cabinet ware, weighed 4 shoals, 7 months old to a day, It beinir the unanimous desire of the mem bers that he should continue his labors auch u wall jiocketi, comb caae, velvet that averaged 237) pound. here. It Is not often that tbe Individual aland An Anderson county farmer ha en- who pushes this pencil makes a mistake In frame and moulding., hat rack, table, Ac. Alao big lot of wagona, car- gaged to kill and deliver his hogs in March a news item, bul, In this instance, he was lard at 14 cent. riage and wheelbarrow for the little at 13 cent net. and tbe in the cattle aad misled by a remark made by one of the But little change church official. folk. aheep market in Cincinnati. Best hogs ate Cupid1! Triumph. cae for rounding quoted at $0.45 down to $5.33 for common. The Bam Holme At tbe Christian church, Tuesday 101b, Qeokpetown Court From 250 to Mr. KJ. IHvIdaon with intent to kill while eellisy at 12 o'clock, Mr. Ja. F. Holdapi and 300 cattle oflered, and beat feeder he was taarahal of Stanford, hai again Uen at fl.SOiwrcwt. Yearlings brought (row Mis Bettie M Doore were united in the . . I. .1..., 1.1 l - 22 50 to $31 per head. Bat few mules, bonds of marriage. The ceremony was per" ooBtlnueuai idoeny. formed by Rer. R. R. Noel a neir relative from $80 tq $135, m from tbe docket a there aeem to be a ad prices rsng-lDImChe coumtssi oner of agriculture, In of the bride, in bia usual beautiful and Mtj5d determination never to try it. Some pressive style. The attendants were Miss ! odd dollar ins sen uioalbiy report win give aa . of1 Uie witnesses are paid thirty mate of (be corn and wheit crop of Ken Llllis Noel and T. U. Carson, of Cincinnati; Mh court, while all from here, some 8 of tucky, slowing tbat we hare produced 60, Miss Annie Buchanan, of Crab Orchard, Tbe 10 In number, get $5.21 for going down 000.000 bushels of corn and 17,000,000 and Mr. Henry Green, of SUnford. gallant ushers were Dr. E.T, Steyenson and 01 wheal there and comiog back. It la a costly farce. buthtis AmMffltthlBlnltricrlMriml ftoKNKr aittoiMM at KUm' a for 8 eta. SJBpwl BOTLE COUMTT. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. Propr. its BTANffORD, KIT. d , terra-cott- a and ii uu. i. silk-quilt- m e eeat4 Hustonville, Keeps Always In Stock the Cheapest and Best Line -- Jl Ma COOK, al or- cut-glas- s McAI-liter'- a. Stanford Female beiry-ipoon- Fancy Groceries, Hardware.Glassware, Queensware, Meat, Lard and Every Other Article kept at a First-Clas- s Grocery Store. To meet the wants of tire season, he lias also opened out a General Assortment of Dol-min- i. cat-glas- s hand-painte- d -- -. 1 ouiter-Rnive- TERMS MODERATE. feMlDM !; Which he will dispose of at bottom figures for cash. along and supply yourself. IfIs, Come right CHESHPEU IUH .. -- Kentucky's Enst 3LtI.I"7,3ID iilli ! IN- - 1 PEACOCK THE DRUGGIST- - FOUHALB A SOLID TRAIN Lex-Inxfo- Has Opened the Largest, Best Selected Line - OF - WASHINGTON TO THE JUSTICES. "TODl3. CHRISTMAS GOODS -- EVER EXHIBITED HUSTOKVILLE, His stock embraces Toys, Hooks, now open and ready for sale. Big lot of -Sheet Music. Ag-n- Albums, Fancy Toilet Goods, Dressing Cases, Majolicawarc, Jewelry and Silverware, Vases, &c, -t Oil FIB GREAT CLOSING OUT - XiE5. t ,.? We Will Sell Everything in our Hich-mon- CULT STANFORD, KIT., s CLOTHING STOCK SEYEMNCE&CO ACTUAL MARKET o COST Desire to close out their entire stock of goods do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. ! d MB If SATO! And propose to i t 1 Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. We have S15,000 worth of new We Annually Reduce Our and desirable Fall and Winter Stock, and Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, lints, Cups, &c., to soil in this way. Kc- - i 1 THIS IS THE TIME. inombcr This is not the ' tail-en- d of a stock of goods thatve arc closing out, ..,!. lrt-k-- -. g -- v- BRUCE, but the Largest and mosjt desirable stock of goods In Stanford. Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy, will make no new accounts, except to our regular "customerswho will pay promptly the 1st WARREN & CO. of January, or when called upon. December 19, 1882. it r km&tt 3f nicriorJwiral i At last they gave up all hopcof tho BTA.lT35,ODRX). 3C3T. lost will. Robert resigned hlmseM to FriaAyMoraSg, December 22, '1882 what seemed a hard fate, and Miss Gray was doclarcd Gerald llnshtord'a lawful " I must obey tho dead," sbo told her. know, Uiat this now will gives tho une all to mo. I can receive it self. " I must obey tho doad I " fort- rtonnsvirii rritnr i.kttkk. TUli LOST II ILL, heiress. Mr. Wildo mndc uo secret of his dis- gust, A Story nf Lore, "There might bo some arrangement fjcrsld Iliisliford was dead And made by which you could fulfill tbo , Old bnricd, end nil Iho dear five hundred wishes of tho dead, Miss Gray," ho sold, friend woro in ft state o( Astonishment "I judge yon aro hardly one to play tho iind consternation rer Lis will, for it cuckoo by pushing tho truo bird out of named hia pet and protogo, Marian Gray, tho nest in order to occupy it yourself. his nolo heircas, while liU licphow, I can remember the terms of tho second Ikil)crt Kusbford, was not even will." men-Hone- d. To this broad hint she answered, qui"Tlicro is somo strftngomisUke," Mr. etly: "Tho will may yet bo found, sir. Wildo, tho lawyer, said. " Thoro was n Excuse mo if I hesitato to tax your Inter will than this drawn up after Mr. memory whilo that chanco remains. Re Kobert enmo home, and leaving tho bulk lievo mo, my most earnest wish and enef thdproperty to him. In it Mis Gray deavor is to oboy tho dead." was generously remembered, too; but lie did not understand. this one, which makes her heiress, wns " Bho puzzles me," ho said to Robert, mode whilo Mr, Iliisliford was ignorant "bntfomehow I fancy she'll givo you that his nephew hnd escaped. 1 sup- your money after all; yes, I do bcliovo posed that this will hnd long sinco been It." destroyed." not I," replied Robert. " What caused him to supposo sot" "So do aro morccnary. Boo how "Women wns Robert Itushford's very natural quickly Florence IlnnUoy has thrown question; to which hfs lawyer replied me over. It was worth the loss of the thatlSS client hod told him on tho oo fortuno to find her out. Fancy marryeftMoa of hia drawing up tho second will ing a girl in tho belief that she really that it was his intention to put tho loved you, and afterward discovering first ono in tho fire, that she only wantod your purse. That "And I thought ho had done so. I would havo been my fnto if I'd got lh never doubted but that this was tho latfortune. I wns hard hit, too, while est will. It seems, however, that wo thought her a woman with a loving have got hold of tho wrong document ; heart, but I shall survive my disappointthe other is still in existence some- ment. If I thought thcro was any danwhere. We will have a thorough search ger of Miss Gray's indulging in any for it- -" Quixotic acts of renunciation I should "And until you find it, or if you foil tnko measures to prevent it; but you to find it, this ono stands," said Robert won't find much of that kind of thing Rushford quietly, stating a fact which among women, believe me." the lawyer was forced to admit. And Mr. Wilde began to think tho Meantimo tho heiress by the first will samo as time went on. For six months and legatee by the second had sat quiet Marian wont quietly on her way, obeyand still. She listened, with her eyes ing whilo tho lawyer accused her of east down, but spoke no word. ignoring tho wishes of tho dead. While her friends and acquaintances Robert was an apt writer and had obdiscussed her not always quite inaudi-M- y tained employment on the press, where" What a very awkward and pocul-in- r by he mado a living. Marian rollod by position for Miss Gray I What an ldm in his uncle's corriago in tho street. opportunity if the second will did not It seemed as if tho ungrateful cuckoo torn up to show her magnanimity and had pushed tho truo bird out of tho nest, senso of honor, by making over the after all. fortune to young Itushlordl Doubt" Mercenary mercenary to tho coro 1" less, fn sueli ease, ho would be most was Robert's reflection, as he lifted his generous to her, and really, you know, hat to his uncle's heiress as sho rodo by, to a girl of Miss Cray's birth and former and ndmircd, in spito of himself, her position, a few thousands would be a sweet, pale face. "Looks as if thcro fortune. What was her position? A might bo a heart and n soul behind thoso daughter to old Ilushford'a housekeeper, soft dark eyes looks liko a woman to my dear, brought up for a governess, or lovo and bo loved, butthcj'ro all aliko something came on a visit to her mercenery to tho very coro 1" mother whilo tho old man was sick, and And ho was sensible of a feeling of nursed him so tenderly and skillfully disappointment over Marian. that he could not be" perBuadod to port " Sho should be n higher, truer, betwith her again. Sho hod been as n ter typo of ivonnu than Florenco wns, if daughter in the house ever since, and if appearance go foi anything at nil. Sho young Rushford had never turned up if should have been willing to givo up to he had really botn lost at sea, as waa so me the fortuno. I nouldn't have aclong supposed why, you know, rich cepted the sacrifice : but I could havo old men were eccentric, and there would admired and respected her for being halo been nothing very astonishing in ready to make it Rut they'ro all alike," Ms making her his heiress after alh But Reaching his lodgings ho found Mr. aterw it would be terrible. Utter ruin Wilde waiting for him in a tremendous teithe young man's prospects in life. state of excitement, andholding an open Of course Ms engagement with Florence letter in his hand. Huntley would be broken off. Florence received this. "Look hcrol Wa net fit for a poor man's wife a Listen I" tort'ty creature and ha so infatuated, Drill Sm i Os good enough call upon m ray dear; it will break Us heart to loss at T o'clock p. rn. and bring Mr.ts ftnahford with 1 -- kenl" jou. Tho will in round. I havo alnecre pleasAnd so on, the stream of gossip flowed ure In placing the truo betr la possession Of his some portions of it finding its way to own at last Very respectfully, Marian Giut. ' ' Where was it found ? Whoro was it found?" eriod Mr. Wilde, as Marian gavo the document into his hands. "Where on earth was it fonnd, my tad smile. Marian's ears until the searching party Mturaed, and announced that, as yot, tfeey had not found the second will. Snere was a marked increase of respect toward Miss Gray after this intelligence, and, some would have congratulated her, bat she checked them. "It 1s too early yet," she said, with a But the 'gossips agreed that her dear?" quiotly. And then she told them all. "Old Mr. Rushford know of his nephow'a lovo for Miss Huntley, and did not approve of it. Tct he feared that to oppose it would only confirm the fancy. Ho had great confidence in me, gentlemen, and reveolod to mo his plans. I knew the contents of both tho wills. During his last illness ho gave the true one into my caro. with instructions to ' By that time conceal it six mouths. my nephow will be thought of as a poor man said he, 'and the girl who fools him with a protenso of love will show herself in her truo colors.' This letter, Mr. Rushford, will confirm my words ; and if," sho added, timidly, "if I have sinned in parting you from your lovo, Perhaps sho may yot oh, pardon mo be won, now yon aro rich again, and I I but obeyed tho wishes of tho doad." " And in so doing carnod my lasting gTatitudo," cried Robert, warmly. "Florenco is not worth winning. Icon imagine no more miserablo lifo than that which must fall to the lot of her husband. And it is worth moro than tho fortuno to know that iu yoa I find a true woman at lost, whoso heart and mind do not belio her faoo, but ono is as lovely as tho other." Ho stopped short, forWildo's hand was pa his arm. ' "Read your letter first," said that gentleman, coolly, "and then we'll read 1 "It was never lost," salt' Aariail, p? F chances were favorable. "And if she really is the heiress, my tear, why of course it's dreadful for the M ycrabg man terrible but still PnbUa opinion was disposed to be kind itojtaheiress in any case. Q' She is not over eager she bears her honors meekly shouldn't wonder if she turns the fortune over to tho nephew after alll" wos,tho comment of aany after they left the house and wont their several ways. They would have judged differently if gtheycould havo seon her, that night, looked' seenrely in her own room, the blinds and shutters closed, no eyes saye thoso of Iloaven upon her. She unfastened her dress aid drew n sealeiTand folded parchment from her bosom it was the missing will ( She gazed upon it long and earnestly. "Miserabladocument," showhiapered. should givo you to him now what ruin you would work me. Yes, you iwonld rob mo pf all I priio, and placo it in the keeping'ot another I And will ho lose Miss Huntley for being poor? What is berlovo worth, then? And Is she so "dear lo him that It "will break his heart to lose hor as it would mino to loso tho one whom I love? Whom I love I Whom I love I " alto went on, hi the same low whisper, clasping her hands in a burst of anguish. " Whom I lovo, but who has no thought for mo I Only for . ker andrwill my action port thorn? Is a sin ? Will he ever, ever forgivo me? Is,itasinto part truo lovers, but are Hteee' true? Wo shall sec for, it thoy are, poverty will not part them I " 'When she lay dona to sleep that night (he lost will lay under her pillow, and a Headed letter beside it, addressed to Hob-f- it Xoabford ,' Marian kissed Hut name httot she went to sleep. "He will forgive my sin when he reads do but ftls Utter," sbe.thonght. -- only Hero ia tho bestspecimon ol precocity upon ouo condition. JJtm you guc&i we have known. The letter was reVIA .LOUISVILLE what it is?" ceived by a tirmlncnt gentleman of Bosann rna . Hor oyes fell beneath his tho con- ton, and tho handwriting, though la scious crimson dyed her fair soft ohceks. printing, wns stronojly suggestive of kk OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. : " I will not guess," sho said. " You old shall tell me." Ilium OiunnrA i I was a weekwas yetter-d3 DAILY TRAINS 3 a (ood afttrnoon, and papa said If I Ho caught her little fluttering hand girl last night that I mtiht write a Utter to my and raised it to his lips. . GlnclniiHti! own (randpar (cwlsj. I was good last night, "If I tnko fortune from this precious and mamma had a good night, too, and ah THK KABT AND NORTH, hand, giro mo the hand as well," ho asJIara "both doing well" Tap Is dotng New said. " Darling Marian, I lovo you I 1 wall mo. I like mj two grandmammas quits Free Tsrlor Osrs sndCh trigs.Day Cheches Without havo loved yon longer than I know. B too ntteilj much. I want to in raj grand. 4 4 DAILY TRAINS papa, and tea If ha It roallr and truly an my sweet wifo I" " eldtrtr gentleman," aa mamma's mamma tar She shrank back, blushing, tremhalt. I like your plftnre aver so much, dear, bling. grandpapa, and don't think yoa look " elder! AND Til K WEST. " I am so poor." bm at atL, Mamma tajt rou art coming to Bleeping Cats and Day Cheches to St. Louis With " No, no ; rich, rather rich in good-nos- toon, and I am so glad. I want rou to com u out mange. wisdom, bcanty, lovo, and I ndoro soon as rou can, and stay a Ionic Use, and you 2 2 DAILY TRAINS and I can talk orer old tunes together, won t you I Nay, you will consent it is my They havtn't told uncle's wislu Yuu must oboy tho wish- thatbepredonelrprvclou? Lonlsrllle to Indianapolis, Chicago, rou anything abont ma In their letters to you, es of tho dead, you know. Must sho aND THE NOHTI1 to I'm Inst going to tell yon abont mmlf. I not Mr. Wilde?" ho added, with a sud I have bio tyta, and hah ef an anbarn hoa. Day Coaches and Kecllnlng Chair Cars Through den recollection bnt that discreet rviinout vntnge. I am perfect In all respects, physically and ln teUectaalrj- - (papa taught ma thot two big had stolen from tho room. For WstatilnKlon. Hnltlmnrr, l'tiltadel. piiln, jaetr rem nnu hobioii. will obey the wishes of my own words this morning). I eat a good deal, and heart, first," said Marian. " Dear Rob-cr- t, the nnrto tayt I am a little pig. I sleep totsa This Is the Very Beet Beute, as Yoa Hare No bnt dont cry at all, except when very hnngry. tnsngeoi irain. can it bo that you really lovo mo?" T hftva MM n tIAMI. Iwft n T- - tWTl tfl AM Hare Throsgb Day teaches an illTralsit "With my wholo heart? And you, ena (1) month, ten (10) fingers and tea (10) Marian?" toes, I take aa InTtntory eTtry morning to tea a Mare No Midnight Changea I " Ob, I have loved you long," she that they are all right, Now, I want to send mS Arrive at St. Louts t Hears la Adraace t my lore to all tnynloa relation, and I man whispered on his breast. Other Llaea, thertby securing more time I r making change ofcara and getting list choice They were married, and tho finding of stop, beeant I am tired. I shall ba to glad ol tests In cart of connecting Usee. when yen ecne. We art all wall and happy. tho long-lo- st will mido littlo difference, I hops ytra will lore ma, dear grandpapa, M sineo they shared the fortuno together. much at I lore yon, and that you will toon an To snd Chicago, and the only He linelodlsnspollspatrons a ride along swer thli first letter from jots krrlcg grand- giving Iu CJItPZXXSS JKD CIIOATB. the ihores ol Lake Michigan. Flosxxcs. daughter, Making hia way to Boston, young CarF. a Ain't yon glad Pm a gtrlf penter boldly applied to RufusGhoate For Tickets, Bates. Time, Mere, de., spply to Lotion Saturday Evening Qaxelte. Llnra, or Ticket of Conns-clinfor a placo in his office. It is said that aaareee Editors in this country are always w tho great lawyer was improssed by the n. re. etstts4th rs, rouinirn i teeecger Agw 8. K. Cot. sod Msla Ms.,Unilivlllr, Ky. manly appcaranco of tho youthful appli- behind the age. In Iceland tie editors ur,-i- o j. i. iiiLiu-m- . (.migrsoi An., Lsbsnoo, Kentucky and trade them cant, and inquired of his head clerk if carry the papers about for dried meat and whisky. there was room in his front offlco for another student. On being informed No matter how shattered the tyelem may KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. that thcro was not, he ordered a table to be fromexceneaofany kind, the Great Gerr rah bo placed in his own private office, and man Invlgorator will recurs health and hapTHE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO set young Carpenter to work. Hall by piness. Bee adrrrtisement. For sale bf way of a tost and half by way of a joke, Penny A McAlister, Stanford. before leaving for court bo handed the And decldedlr the Route. aBbrdlei. at It young studout a letter to answer from a does, lesa thangeeand superior accommodations to country nttorney asking Mr. Choato's Minouri, Iowa, Ktniai, Texai, opinion upon a question of law. Yonng The North, Northwest tod West. Is ftct. If you Carpenter worked diligently all day, emconle opiate a trip In any direction, your Interest will ha beet served br nurchttlna vour Itcketa via bodying the result of his work in a careK, C and CinelnntU. I Trains esch wsy 2; Full fully prepared letter to tho correspondman raise I art; tiecani rew low nee, ana hsndsomcly furalthed Reclining Lhtir Care term ent. What was Mr. Choate's surprise the unerjoaied equipments of this Old Rellsble, thereby making a trip over thtt line ooe ol luxuon his return to find that tho letter conrious comfort and pleasure. Try IU tained tho very epitome of the law, of the universal success of TIME TABLE, IN KFFEOf OCT. IS, stated in the clearest and conciscst terms. Brown's Iron Bitters is simRcading.it carefully over a Becond time, No. 4. I Nc No. 3. SOCTU. ply this: It is the best Iron ho said : guess I can put R. Choate preparation ever made; is 8 CO am 1 Mp ra ftOOpm Lve. Covington to the end of that and tell tho fellow to t Dr n llDin compounded on thorouglily " eaimoaiaM 10 60 a m 5 09 p u 10 M pro Crnthltna wsnd me 8100." Tho namo was attached, to IT nm " l"arls chemical scientific, IIMin and p m MM puIrr. Lrtlncton..- -. It II p tho letter sent, and the money quickly Lve. Lexington ll Upm medicinal principles, and Arr. niocnctier-- - 111 pin a to p a U 10 am returned. From that hour young Cardoes just what is claimed for Mt Sterling .. Mpn 12 41 tm penter was ingratiated into tho affec7 ll p nr Aabltnd. it no more and no less. " UuQt!o(ton. Mpm itiio tion and favor of his illustrious patron, No. a No. 1. No.a. Hoaiu. and through all tho'dork hours that folLve. Huntington.. By thorough and rapid Mam lowed the sun of that groat friendship ' Aihltnd-- ., assimilation with the blood, " MuBlerllng... Mam a JO a rn novor passed behind a cloud. In 184S " Winchester 10 a m II p m it reaches every part of the ho took up his residence at Boloit, Wis., Arr. Leilniton lUtlB 00pm Lve. Lealngton.l 3 00 p m J 45 a ru system, healing, purifying now a young and thrifty city, but then 20 p m 13 a ra sOpm Farts " Ojnthlina M p m t 12 a and strengthening. Comlit m more liko a thrifty New England Tillage. II V.ti...lk 10 p m 10 19 a m (Ipm foundation mencing at the Arr. Covington. Mr. Carpenter entered no obscure West Upu 11 !) m Mpm itbuilds up and restores lost UAYbVILLE DIVISION ern hamlet, as has been so often said, heal tli in no other way can no. Lv, Ieilngioa A cm Arr Mtrivllltaiomn but mingled at oneo with the highost No. 10" Maytvllladooam. " Leilniton Dim obtained. lasting benefi-(b- e No. 11 social refinement, and mot at the bar Msysvllle a itsm Paris 20 am. No. 12 " Msysvllle I 00pm " Leilngtoaa Mpm somo of tho ablest lawyers of tho NorthNot. 7. ;y Dcutora Art., CMca-fNo. trans dilly.knd baa daycoachia froman-clnna- tl west. He eoon became afflicted with Ik to Wtihlngton. Pullmtn Hleenert to Ktna- t a -- ml soSmr from inflammation of the eyes, and was to wba Falla. W Va tnd Kecllnlng Chllr Car Io Lei- a Ttrr wt ik steraach. heartburn, ad 2Yipcmla In Its worst bra. Ncarl- ingion eiopt onty at stauona on .. u ilk. tally blind for two years. Going to Now where time Is given. No. 3 runs dslly, except cTcrvihiiii: I ate lav ail dlitnM, tut Hid. Sundsj; baa through coaches to llun Inston. No. York city for treatment, ho met with an ad I could oatrecommended,I hare tuve IrltdfYtrylhlftf 4 runs dally, except Sunday) hie through coaches experience which borders on tho sento Mt. Sterling and parlor car to Marsville. No. i Ulta the prncripdou of a darert relief natd I phriieiaM, but (M runs dslly; hss elegant dsy coach from Washing Ho had exhausted all his sational. teok Browa'i Iron Bitten. I feet ton, Biecpcr rrom jtantwna is lis snd psrlor csra from Lealni on to Cincinnati. Oalr f lie old troubles, aad em a means and being blind and among stranam three stops. Noi. I and t tun dally, except Bun- lie maa. I feel fettleg much 1 am trepger, aad gers hod prepared and expoctedtogo to oar. sou nave turouan coscocs irom iiuniiogton a railroad eACifleer, aad now tnako snd Ml Hirrllng Direct connection at Lexington the County Houso the next day, when aer trips refularlr. Icea sot it- with sisgre for RIchmond,eIy.,Lawrencebun,Ky., too niDck la praUo of your woadcr-(inVernlllee, Ky. that night the and mysV, C Mack. medietas. C I. SHOWN, U. W. DKNDER, teriously delayed draft from Mr. Ohoats euperlntendent. Oen'l Fait A Tkt. Agt. Ueneral offices, Covington, Ky, camo to hand, and lot light, if not Into Brown's Iron Bitters hia oyes, Into lii very heart and soul. does not contain whfslcey Again returning to tho West, and reor alcohol, and will not gaining his eyesight, ho entered actlvoly blacken the teeth, or cause & npon the practice of his profession. headache and constipation. Congraaman Williams Eulogy. It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion, heartburn, sleepXUK BATTLE OF WATERLOO. w aj OO KAHT I W35HT OO o rvoirriit ATTOn t HAWM. I!tiI.Di7AT, N EY AT Mt. Vernon, Ky. CHURCH BIRrCTBHT. V. II. O. Monlson. MKTIIflI)18T,HOUTH.-IIIMnndsy morning and Prayer Meeting eviry night eifepl the) Ihlnl Tbunhtty nltht. Munday Hcho.il at 00 a. is. The Wollev II. t Morrlion. Huperlntendent. on Will practice his profession In Rockrsstle and men's Mlstloosry Hoelelyatmeets here Mis.the 1st T. T. I o'clock. rundsy In esch month, aljolnlng counties and In the (hurl of Appeala. Useless, FreeldsaW Special attention given to collections. LAW, - Louisville to j' to 81. IioiiIn s, Thou-indigraves are annually robbed of their victims, lives prolonged, Huperlnlemlent hsnnlncsssnd health re-ttorrd by tit ofthe great H1HTIAN - Worthip br the roiiiregtltnn ev- I ii ery Lord's dsy. licit hint br Ir J. W. (ei on First and Third lord's dsys Kundsy Hchool GERMAN at IS Jot rvrranre,r-uperinieniien- i. Which potlllvely and permanently cures HOI Til -l- le I. fcaoted by vacetws ol aay kind 1 rrml Hekool at t John W, dlteat Ihtt lirif ft flViris, snd allloss ef energy,follow a IJIlrllYTMUAN. senuencaorhWll-Abuti,abesot llcut Huiwrlntendent. Union lrayef Meetlagon memory, nelvensl lsuslluje, pstn In the bsrk, Welneuy nlghtt dlmnete of vision, premature old sse, and many other dtseares Ihsl lesd to ronminptlon and a pretor circulars with mature grate VIUOHATHH free by mill. The liT all It sold at II per hoi, or ill boles for druggists, or will be) sent free by mall, see.rely by addre-.lsealed, on receipt f price, UTANFORD. KV r. J. I llt.rsl.T, 113 Adsmsslrret,Teledo,Obln, W. T. WALTON, - - Proprietor. pi-- l jr Sole igent tor Ibe United stales. B ROBBED l'tilor. Mervlces J M. onrVcond and Fourth Sundafs, morning and night. Prayer Meeting every Wednesdsy afternoon. Hundiy rVhool at ( 10 a n. It. K. Rsrrow AFTIHT-lla- r. Htrc. IN VIG0RAT0R! r l, OPERA HOUSE, Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD B. FOX. Propr., North-F.sst Blieof Slage, 3M Tllahl romnleleselsef Pen-er- y Selling cspsrlly, Includleg gallery, (00. iieteonsbie rsies io goern siiractions. Addn aa aliove. gon-(lem- Corner of Msln and Third Btreete, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, IF.POT BT , 8TANK)RI), KY., "I DANVILLE. . In - KENTUCK1 Having recently relllted my rooms with all of the modern Improvement!, I now have the UMl ggth Finest (Inllcrj If Central KcBtnck;! AHii P Whs'n yon visit Danville, don't tall to tall and sea Reepectfully, me. 44 -- Photographer Ky. Oeologtcal Survey ed if. rax. jflflaj J ' gweeeeeeeeeeeeeeBlayt I B L. DEaLIBItl Manumenta, llesditones, O all kinds guar- le FOR J3ALE Having concluded to remove to Tesat, I otler sale my ! nr BP VKLb-rSjr7tlgn- i " , jfJfsctln ed on Hon - Tr a Ilcxlttciico al HiihIhchm IleilNC, Combined In one, tllutled In the town ol Crtb Orts chard, Ky on Uncatier strsel- - The stories high, 8dx20 feet and conIwo snd ooe-hs- lf It SOilo, tains In sll eight rooms. The ttere-roo- m with counters and shelving ntcelysnd properly ar ringed, with all the outbuildings nccerary to convenience and the taste ol the nwst fastidious, and an abundance of pure water for drinking snd household puipoeee.mullful shade end fruit tree adorning and beautifying the entire pierulses, all In a goal and healthy condition Any one desiring a cheap yet valuable residence, sraona a clever and protperous people, would do well to rsll snd eismlne the premises be lore purehsslug elsewhere Terms reasonable M-- tf 0. CINCINNATI! v J (II IN 1. MTHOni. CONFECTIONERY ann ! - The Secret BAKERY! STANFORD. - KENTUCKY ll. J. and T. IIARKIS I fnmi all deleterious or dtnreroov snhatances, and It Is e'antolel certain 10 bring an binds of worme from lha human system It is hot naniestlng to IhemiAt delicatettonitrh and rhildrea will uka II at readily aa Iher will mnltwra, which should recommend It to every housekeeper, apply II with aafrly and sparkling eyes hsppy rrea andloyoos spirits will unconwlinulr riprewt the arauiikle of the little ones II Is the nltr op In la take. eewrtti A lifer Ihst Is visls and sold by dealers al lasnlydlva cents. Try a borne Manufactured by r. CUnnMK A CO. This preparation ts purely tearttMe and fret -- KKcraTiii'- "I Ktltl ONLY B AKEIIY IN STANFORD y ttffirr. tan Mntn For sale 'u filrft. IiiUrllle, Ky. by I'aaur A McAuitaa. inpa Ilia Illpn lUpn illpn sells all kinds of Cakes and ilread Oysters and Fish served at all bvurs. Ha keeps ConfiM-tlom-i-- Tltu I'lnnHt Ever In town for the accommodelloa ef bulb and gentlemen. Jkll be aiks li a call Mice a ST.ASAPHHOTEL1 .flu In fit.. NlHiifortl, upn Ky. , rr- JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARDe.92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Cures Coughs. Colds. Croup, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, UnckinR, Spasmodic. Chronlo and Whooping Coughs, Soro Throat Soro Chost, Congostod LuDgs.Inllamod Lungg, Fnoumonia. ot-3m II W II rcailblr-t,CIrctouat- ,0 ATHafS, -- Baggage Tr an tferred Free of Charge I hare recentlj taken charge of this home u and intend to hare firtt-cl&- Ant-rat- accommodation!. HALL'S KECOMMEWDED I si d WM. DATJGHERTY Bneccssoi Iatarrh Rore py pnYsinAya1 Covlty-Ohro- to Dsngherly A Hyde, Cincinnati. Now Orleans NTAXFOIin, - - KENTUCKY, MaacrarrcaxM or Texas Pacific Railway. Fine Carriages, Buggies, I The strength of the army under ths Duke of Wellington at Waterloo was 40,608 infantry, 12,402 cavalry, and 45 artillery men, with ISA guns. But of this total of 67,055 men scarcely 24,-0- 00 were British. There were about 0,000 men of tho old German Legion with tho Dnko; these wore veteran troops, and of excellent quality. Bat the rest of the army was made up of Hanoverians, Brunswickers, Naasaaers, Dutch and Belgians, many of whom were tried soldiers, and fought woll, but many had been lately lovied. Napoleon's army at Waterloo consisted of 48,-0Infantry, 15,760 cavalry, 7,232 being a total of 71,911 men and 240 guns. They aro described as "tho elito of tho national forco of Franco; and of all of tho numerous gallant armies which that martial land lias poured forth, novcr was there ono braver, or better disciplined, or hotter lod than the host that took up its position at Waterloo on the morning of Juno 18, 1815." Napoleon began tho battlo at about 11:30 a. ., by directing a powerful force from his left wing, under lib brother, Prince Jerome, to attack tho fight at which is so graphically described by Victor Hugo, in "Lcs Miserables." Tho great battle lasted until about 0 o'clock, and tho Prus-fdadrove tho French fugitives before them,' throughout the night. The army under the Duke of Wellington lost nearly 15,000 men in killed and wounded and the loss of the Prussian army was nearly 7,000 more. Tno loss of the French was upward of 80,000 mea, 987 ptoses ef artffltry. A mau down In Msino, who too iu pay iu pews for moving a meeting house, net to work after tho building was settled on its now sito, started a revival in the village, and when the religions Interest waa at its height sold out his seat, at an advance of $5,000 over what thoy wcro set off to him for. The; lata census shows that Maine ia growing in wealth. The census must bo correct. 50 Hou-gomofee-ai- lessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, &c. WlllriS TI.IBIIilHI In eScct Not. 38, 18S2. Oatnrrh of tho ana Ulcorntlvnl Calnrrri of tha inr, Cyo or Throat. It la tnKon INTtHNALLY, nnd upon inn diodq nna nois Mucous aurfnoee pf the) Byatom. It lif tho heat Olood Purlflor In tho WO.iLD, nml la worth ALL that la charged for It, for THAT along. ini-kui- bt OU1UHU Hnanl OKLT IKIEP.KAL inn CUP.C FOR CATAHRtl rJ lines and V oalY Brown's Iraa Bitter rude "frown Chemical Co., Baltimore. Crout trade-merl- e on wrapper. tr CINCINNATI elOUTUKKN DIVISION. aouTuaouaD. Noll. NoS Not Mall Nlgl and 8TATION0. tin. tip IViy Dal- -I Kip. lx Kit, Lve. 11 Afflicted, Attention DR. G ANN'S REMEDIES! FOB THE MILLION. manufactuhed by w. x. oann, u. MONTICEIXO, XY. The worM Is tilled with the wonderful, rinflnn.ll S23 140 9 M HO; " (leorgelown " lelnglnn llll! IIM 11 81 NlchoTasvllle.. " High l!rldgs... . No'lS 12 10 " llirrodiburg Junct'n Acm 12 28 ... , F.H P.M D'ly A.M 11 143 1100 In se a AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF And wo offer Ono Hundrod Dollnro tor any mipiy 'w 'it Miri u yviu tun mirwe WILL Ctltl". ANV CASK. Office of A. T BTiwaar A Co."! Cnioioo, IU, Jnnad, IbKL iltttri. F. J. Chtnty it Crx, ToJerfu, O I tke fleature Inlnfnrmtn- - yoa OtntUmrn that 1 kaio utcd Hall a Catarrh Cunt, li baa Ivratvery lad and don't hctltatnto tay hat It trill cur any our-o- f Catarrh If btaea properlr, V'uri tntlr. TVOUTH 810 A 1IOTTL1. Jackacn, Mich., writes Havo bad CatArrhfuriUyrara. IlaU'aCaiarrh Cure cured v no olJ worth tiaoOa. bottle. Ifl-htiy all DrurKltta at 55 rts. tier hot tin. aniiraPtiire.lnndaobfbrP J QIENKY etCO. , TOUiDO. ajl'rvorlcton-OU10. R. Cor sale In HlanbrdLT " Iianvllle......... Dauvllla " ' M Homerset ,.,, Kockwood Junctloo.. Kl.b.li D'ly, ll 03 Point BuroilJe... A.M 211 T 12 37 44 3 20 Arr. ' HprlnglMly. ioyce...... Chattanooga .. .. . . 7 0 10 42 98 eoi 611 v., j.vs. (20 s so! aoKTiiaofau. We minuficlure Csrrlsjes of all descriptions, workmen and mine. employing only flrst-cla- u only nrst-clansterlal, and aell at reasonsbla 7o oatcrltlconild-ed. 823 Baurra style, vorkiusnshlpsnd 1018 ITM. BACsJllKRTT. ll 8 40 I4S 828 IIS "TTl J. II, TTtJlTntlU-OrU- k KINDS. 1028 P'ony A McAlliler. "Ill " beauti ful and Intricate InrrntloBs ot man, jet all the 11 combined talent and genius tbat the world baa ever known basneter produced snytbloi Ihst can compare with 'Dr. Uann'e Bernrdlrs." Medical kilt and science litre, u ret, tilled to discover w enr thing equal to them, fir the cure of the diseases for which Ibejr are recommended. As tbelr virtues and uses are praised br thousands through out the length sod breadth ol the land, and as rilandan rauillr Medicines, tber cannot be excelled-aol are fullr substantiated br the strong-e- at Arr. testimonials For Coughs, Colds, Croup, 'Hronebltll, Coneump. tlon and all Dlaeaieas ol the Throat and Lungs, " Hojce,..... Point Uockwood Cbittinooga..,. -.- Spring City bomerset Usnvllla Junction. .... .... liurnMe..... . Nol No 8 No 4 Ne2 Acm P.M. P.M, P. M, A.M 613 800 780 S 10 7 45 680 7 18 088 710 740 10 08 100 rToiS I8i 2 13 LttllUIlL OCCUO t I IIO I Sr.J1u,8J.fikl?ir-.B.- . -- Gat 114.3 141 llarrodiburg Junct'n Exp. 8 87 411 . High Urldga. P.M. 488 NlcholssvUle Georgetown... Diarllle.... Lualngtoo ....... Ux. . 880 8 81 6 10 1210 840 202 6SI 708 783 10 28 IU 2 16 2 80 3 63 SPPn5 I For the MARKET CAftbENER FAMILY Eor th?. PHIVATE on ottr own Fnrma CrOWn by OUralvam Oacl colli... ALABAMA ... 280 808 381 023 8 24 7 40 123 148 6 03 Iluudaoiue Illustrated Cutaloauo and IturmI ltrtltter VKI1B TO AU. AIKItCIIANTH, HK.ND VH YOUtt HUMIMIHH (J.tKI)H JOlt TRAUI I4ST. SEEDS SEEDS QKKAT BOUTHEKN. .. Lve. Chattanooga.-..- .. . ..- -. Atlalla.. ... .. Use Dr. Ghhh'h Cowgk Myriip. For Liter Complslnt,Djsrpels.IndlgeetIon.Jaun. dice, Constlpttlou, Sour stomach and all Villous Diseases, it the wUL" Robert obeyed him. " 'Die letter confirms Marian's statement," said he, "and contains the expression of a wish. Do you know what that wish is ?" ho asked her. " No," she answered, in surprise ; " I do not." " Dut yon would advise me to endeavor to comply with it of course you who fulfilled his wishes so religiously? and this wish is also my own. Yea, my most earnest desire." Marian laughed sweetly. should bo easy to comply than," she said. "It will be to me, but It depend npoa anothei upon you 1" Arr. Meridian m. Lve. Meridian... 11 ' ' lllrmlDgbtm. Tuscaloosa ....-...- .. .......... -. .. ... .. .... . a.m. 100 MM 3 18 8 L. 1001) DAVID LAHDRETH&SOHS.SEED GROWERS.FHILADELPHIA . .... T.. .1ne Dr, , CIrhh'h .. YICK80UKU AND MKtllDIAN. Jt'or Rheumatism; Neuralgia, BprslnJ,- - Bruises and dwellings an Microti application for manor Lva. Meridian,... .,.. 10 20 .. beast " ,. .... 1280 " rlnndon ... .... 2 88 ....... 11 ITHe Dr. Qhiih'h I.iuiiuciif. ...... ...... 188 Jteksoa. ....-..8 20 .. ... .. .,-Arr. Vlcksburg. Fistula and all Lve. Tor Tiles, Hemorrhoids, Burns, . too Vlckiburg........... slinllsr diseases, Jackson M.L.. 10 4 ......-.1' Bnndoo .. . ..... 1128 .. . .... 1 44 Vm Dr. GHHH'a, " Forest. ..M.... .. ... 448 ..... Art. Mcrldlsn ( Bone, For Fresh CutsiyJurns, Ulceft art YICKMBUBU, bUBEVmtJKT AND PACIFIC. llrer t Cure. Arr. Chttttnoogt " Tuscaloosa. -J).ruilogbsu... " Atlalla.. .... ............... ............- . , .... .... 8X0 ... (67 280 13 21 6 60 EDWARD WILDER'S Ktvrr lulls to ouie Fever tunl Ague, lalsrmiltenl Fevtr, Dymb Ague, Dyipspits, Uvar Complaint, Indigsition, Colic and Flui. It will Cmo Costiveness. It Is a aaio ,f ntllllotii Altsrstiva and Tonlo, a lulld and Osllgklfal lavlgoranl (or Dslicata Women, a jxw crful rrcupc-ra-nt alter the Itaino baa Uen debilitated and nxlucid by iIcVucm. ah excellent appetizer, kItds tons to the dliUvo organs, pn.veuU Malaria, brarc up the rystcm, strengthens tbe portal circulation and clean the vtbole animal economy from the seed of dlaeoac. Tbo slightest attack, of forcr may bo a prelude to tbe wont, and tbe rerotil- - that would conquer tt whilst It la yet to Its commencement, may be of no valuo tvben It it at Its full development, rartlca-lait- y Is (hlf the case with nons around whom tbe pcstlferoua Influence of Mslarla clings to tbe form of Dumb Chills, Brew Ague, Painful Spleen, and Wssk Stomach. Fur the Cure ol all (he above Discuses tbls preparation stands unrivaled, and Its good and permanent effects are attested by tbouaands, and " leconuncudcd alike by tho ftblctt medical men and the mluUlty. IT, all you that are afflicted, and be conduced of Its wonJctful power and benefiTRY cial effocta. - ..,i lureit......l .... . . ... ., . I... Pile iHttM.t. UlUer-Sweet Utto Dr. Ghhh's Lts. iff "It dead." Jmi all next day Ins will lay warm iu Mr vesoai, wuue lvouen ana air, wuus Thsi carefully and wearily through "Upon mo?" aH ttte hcHwe. It was hard to see his "Yes, dearest Marian, upon yoa, Mr, bee, and feel Uvt she could Wildo hero is going to inform me, I Detroit Free Prett. ssjtJw all wM so tanily. die-wl- ty A "I OlHtHlCHi. Arr. Moa roe.. Lva. Monroe " Delta ' Ielia...,.. . ... ... . g- Vlckiburg...M. trl, lino Dr.GHBH'n NfetuRck UHler A Bell tile Toole. Appetiser and Blood Purifier, and also cures Driiseptla. Indigestion, Complaint, MlltrUl "refers snd all periodical Ulwaa-- s. IltaurMtund and Air aale bf .v... .. . Arr. Vlekibor- .... -- , m.. . ., 110 13 80 6 30 7 80 12 80 M . ...- . - 0 JOIIM 8COTT, V, I". and Oen. Man. an. Boa. V. V. WILRdN.O, F.and n'v.ClDrlunstl.Ohio: y. A. Cln. Bou. K'y, llnclnmtl, O I H. rOLL-BBACI. V. A. A. U. S. K'y. ChatUoanfa.TeniJ.t X)., Xd7. W". 3C. J. HARDY, O P. A V. A M. K'y, Ylctiburg. y. aMPAII orders Mlss.1 JOE F. McOUIKCU.r. A. V., Sole proprietor; Uoatloello, W-- tl B'y, Moaree, La. attentlea, br mail will rccwlro ptoaspl OAasfjfT, STOMACH BITTERS For al In Stanford by l'onny Os t,tf, XoAlUtor. (I