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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 26, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882122601_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 26, 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. fkm Volume Jicim-Mtthl- n 510. wee lit 9; mfefit L 2G.1882. rnomsiojui,. fttsil NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER Froten Serpents Thawed Out 107. , JBt Six eorponts ono python, two co- T, w. Viason. wattica k. vio!. bras and thrco black snakes arrived T. W. & W B VAUNON, IK. A WALTON, ATTOUNKYH A.T X.A.AV, in tho city from Berlin Saturday afmHTANFonD, KY. , WALTON. ternoon. Thoy wero consignod to a Office In Owaley A Son' new building up atalra. "" To be a borrower no more, and by tubscrlMnr, end dealer in this city. Their attendants Bright itara are waking) fFilhllnheil Tticmtitu nml l"rltau ALEX. ANDERBON, i ne pain ornelngreruiM and the Ihouund and 1 on board the vessel were incompetent File owlet, hooting, hoMIng revel high, Ilia I ATTOUNEY A.T X.A-W- , Nltbtlr tllenre holding. Borrower! are heir to, 'lit a coniumatlon and instead of placing blankets in DANVILLE, KY., rVJ.tJO 1'lJIl ANNUM:. Solomon hod vast treasures silver Devtnllj to he wlahed, T lubirrlbe, t promlae their cage to keep them warm, simply Will practice In the Oourta of notle and adjoining to pay countle and In the Court of Appeal. V . priwKHlWl gold things precious. Hippy n. tlsmpi In payment of iab- - and Topromlte! perthance to fall, aye, there' the rub, sprinkled n handful' of hay under Iplliffl. eiecptln mtkeiehtnire. and then of ilfr- - and rich nnd wise was ho. MABTERBON PEYTON. Faithfully Forlnthit situation erlout may them. . The floor of tho cage became A'V JJA"V, ATTOHNUY cuiitTCOcmr, come nmlffillwn ntvtctver ihrwteent amd ziHiitcn ron scrvod ho God. wet and tho serpents froze. Thoy When w have thorrled off the borrower 'i coll, LinbllTY, KY. Will Drarttm In all tha fVtiirti nt friter and ad Hlio aits lamenting sadly, often too Mnit bring reflection. There'a the roped wcro lifted from tho cage like walking Joining counllea, and In the Court of Appeal. That make men lire to long a borrower' life. opociai aiienuon giren to collection, Sharper. usee oter i Hungarian muchnlono. canes, luey were sent to tho Super- U, T. fierce' ttote. for who could bear the of old xibtcrlber. 'X certain Ilungnrlnn connlcsa, well Dear Harry Devotedly yours re The hlptaol editors andHorn thelniolenee of ragged intendent at Central Park. Ho was Dlt. J O. OAUPENTEn, known for hor riches nnd beauty, main i. liavo you forgotten J.2U assured of their demise, and told the STANFOnD, - KENTUCKY The loe of double number and knowing little of gfitoeil-wiilior prctenoo tho perform-mic- e cheque? Reply immediately plcaso, engineer to place them in tho engine Office over Robt. 8. Ly tie' itore. Office hour the world at large Hilda-l'est- h Ht tlio Summer Theatro at TbelnconTenler.ee of reading laftered ntwapaper and hand to yours Grace Darling. room to thaw them out, so that he from 3 to S and 7 to 9 r. k. ono evening. On ono of her Man is noble nnd generous often, When he hlmtelf might this trouble end might procuro their skins to stuff. J. J. WILSON, With bare l 50 ubeerlptlon, d fnir finger lior ladyship woro two but sometimes vain aud cowardly. Who would bear to fret and groan under a borrowThe engineer stood them up in a warm OEMTIHT. er' life ring) exactly liko each other. Carefully boiloJ eggs are good and - BTASFOIID, KY. & of them. Rut that the dread of omethlng after subscribing. corner and thought no DuritiR an entr'acte thcro presented palatable. That uniieen but dreaded Bogirdui kicker, Shortly alter thoy disappeared, and Office and Hceldence, Upper Main it. himself in her Iwx a b.g"f6lIoV in gorkick no delinquent erer Lovo is heaven and hoaven is lovo, From wlioee investigation disclosed tho fact that LEE P. HUFFMAN. recover, geous livcrjr six feet of tho finest youth says. All bowarol says ago. Pintles the will nd inikeaui rather continue to thoy had quietly crawled away. They STANFORD, KY. Quoth he, in Trying is poverty nnd Hooting is lovo. iliuikoy immnginnblo. borrow wero found a short distanco off trying Office South ride Main Street, two door above Than fly to other 111 we know uot of. purest Hungarian: "My mistress, ne nyer uoiei. Badly governed and fearfully troubCrab Orclurd, Ky.fPee. IMI to scrape an acquaintance with n dog PureWtrou Oxide da admlnlatered when reE, F. D. Princess 1' , has sent mo to beg led now is Ireland, who had wandered in. They are at quired The Only tn His Side, of your ladyship tho loan of one of Adiou, darling I Timo flies fast; Mrs. Kate Dndderar. Judge Davis used to tell some ad- present in the Park, awaiting their your rings for five minutes. Her sails are set, boats are ready. Faro-wel- l Lancaater afreet, N. Y. Herald. mirable stories of an old Illinois Judge owner's action. Stanford, Kcntnckr, I Iligliticis lias observed them from her Eiercin take, eacett beware; ono of which wochnuce particularly to A man can't aflord ter go at a piece la dally receiving new and beautiful Millinery box opposite, and is very anxious to IUm rail? anil breathe free air; latUood of description remember. One of tho judges was ob work with too much rashness. A est styles,ever no lady who every thing of the anyoxamino ono moro closely, as tho and Katalowlr; trouble dilve away: Intend buying Feet warmish keep; blend work with play. rather remarkable for conveying to dog sometimes runs over de rabbit. thing In her lino ihould fall local! on her Prices wishes to liavo ono mmlo niter tho a low a the loweit. She la thanklul lor past Matter nnd mind aro mysteries. jurors in his charges to them his own De fame of a man is only slowed by and hope lor their continuance. Mr. Mollis pattern." Without an instant's hesig Myera hchigol the departNever mind. What is matter ? Mat- opinion with regard to the merits of comparison. Der lower yer turns de ment which lasBuulclent guarantee that her custation, tho Countess banded n ring to tomer will And no came lor complaint. "Jjeatnes," who bowed with respectful ter is nover mind. What is mind ? tho cose. In ono case ho had done so lamp in do room do brighter do fire Miud is nover matter. with great plainness, but to his amaze- seems to burn. A man who can go dignfty and retired. Tho perform-unc- o ! Honesty and truth are good and ment, the jury bung out hours without inter a spring house and keep from tho two great ladies met on over, admirable qualities, as sympathy aro coming to an agreement. The judge drinkin' de milk outen de crock jar is Having concluded to remove to tho stairoasc, end tho Conn less begged Tens, I offer for rale my inquired of tho bailiff what was tho as much ob a fool as ho is honest. I tho lady to keep tho ring at her con- endearing traits. Politics and religion avoid arguing matter, and learned from him that ono hears smart mcu say dat times is dif- ItCSidciICO at IIllHlnCHS JIOIIHC, venience. "What ring, my dear?" in. Hpro is good and sound advice. juror was hanging out against tho oth ferent at different places. I believe Combined In one,rltuated In the town of Crab Or-I I Denouement! Tableau Tho "powttrcet Tho building Scandalous society and life mako er eleven. He sent for tho jury at dat's a fact, fur do time al'ers seems chard, Ky., on Lancaster high, 80x20 feet and contwo and itorlea dered menial" was no flunkey at all, I 20x40, tains In all eight rooms. The once, nnd, stating to the jurors that ho longer ter do boy what holds de hoss with counters and shelving nlcelyand properly arbut a thief; aud tho ring was gone, gossip ft antic. ranged, with all the outbuildings necessary to convenience and the moat The polico was informed oi tho impj Bisnoi' PiEitcn. Biihop Pierce is had plainly intimated how tho case den ter do man what goes inter de an abundancetbo taste ol water for fastidious, and drinking and of pure onght to bo decided, and ho understood whisky shop. household puipoftcs.lieauttful ihade and fruit trees dent trick. Juetico seemed to have aging rapidly. His step is feeble, his adorning and beautifying the entire premises, sll In a good and healthy condition ono desirovertaken tho culprit in a very few voice ofton fails Him. As we look up- that ono juror was standing out against A little girl of Glendalo, Mo., has ing a cheap yet valuable residence,Any a clevamong people, would do well to call strides, for tho uoxt morning tho on tho venerable, now bowed form the other eleven, he proceeded to re- received a pass good for life on the er and prosperous premises belore purchasing elseaod examine the reasonable. Countess, whilst still cu roho de cham- oi this onco erect and grand man of buke, the juror sharply. The obstinate Missouri Pacific Railroad. Seeing where Term tf JOII V. NTItOOE. ber, .receivul'n letter informing her God, wo thought of tha crown await- juror was a nervous little man, and as two trains approaching each other on that tho thief had been caught, and ing him beyond the surges of the riv- soon as tbe judge was done ho rose a curve, sho stopped one by franticalof Incorporation Oio ring found on his person, "only," er of death. Like a father among and said: "Jodgo, may I say a word?" ly waving her apron, thus averting a Articles "Yes, sir," replied the indignant OF TUB ndded tho note, "tho man stoutly do- his children, like a good Bhepherd in disaster. me; tho chargo and declares tho ring the midst of his flock, bo presides judge, "what have you to say?" Lincoln County Telephone Co. A man at Omaha found $3 on the "Well, what I have to say i'b, I am to bo his own. To clear up all doubt, over this Conference, nearly all of street, and he advertised the find to tVe, Geo. I, tVearen, W F. Walton and J. W tho only fellow that's on your side." Alcorn, do hereby associate ourselves together for pray como at onco to tho polico station whom are his boys trained to preach the extent of $7, nnd ho made tho lo the purpose of fi.rralng an Incorporated Company, to lie called and known as the Lincoln County or send duplicate ring by bearer." To under his eye. Tho Bishop is still in rMilwaukeeSuu. ser foot the bill. It is sometimes dis Telephone Couipsny: and do adopt these as the Grango the guest of Rev. P. A. draw tho second ring from her finger lf Brother Barnes and Dancers. agreeable to meet with an honest man. articles of Incorporation, of business of flie CompaI. The principal place and intrust it joyfully to tho messe- Heard. Ho will go henco next week Ho had just finished. His long body ny shill be t Stanford In Lincoln county, Ky. general nature ot the business proposed may ngera fmo fellow in full uniform to preside over tho Alabama Confer- was bent forward, his arms were No matter how shattered the system Ger- to2beTbe the cittbllihment, construction tranucted be from excesses of Cij kind, the Great and maintenance of a telephone line from Stantogether with a haudsomo "tip" for ence at Troy. He might well claim stretched nut, and his hair was almost ford to Meklnney and Hustonvllln and such other man Invigorator will eecare health and hap- points as may be hereafter selected tho glorious news was tho work of a to bo retired, but will doubtless work falling over his eyes, when the music piness. See advertisement. For rale by S. The amount of capital atock shall bo not less than lx hundred dollars nor more thsn one thoumoment. But when her ladyship, an on in the cause he loves until tho har- for tho dancers above struck up. With Penny A McAlieter, Stanford. sand dollars, to be divided into ahares of ten dollar each, and to l paid ratably on auca bre hour Inter, betook herself, radiant, to ness shall fall from his weary should- a voice tremulous with fervor and evewhenever required by the Board of Director. 4 The corporation the is to La ry passion aroused, ho said: "They're the polico station, to recover her jew- ers at the touch of death. ipPUTQ aro reaping nhar- day of December, 1882,1 and commence onfor 9ih ahall endure 'v fiUull I U ,c" einng our yeavs from that dite unless sooner dUsolved going to commence dancing now and I el, n slight mistako camo to light. Grange (Ga.) Reporter. majority of the slock ot Its members -- tmfl ri Kitchen Queen sataty Lamps by a Thsaffilrsof tbe corpontlon are to be conrj "Well, my ring ? I oould not como must stop preaching. Let us pray. CniLDncx in Cold Weather. ducted by a Board of five Director, of whom three land other houchoM articles. shall constitute a quorum for the transaction of Thobcut elllncartlcleovorput mjfolf at tho instant I got your let- The Society to Protect Children from Hear tho dancers," he said in pathetic on tho rnarLet ForKnmpirs huslnet. The first election of Director ihnll be and Trrm. Address tho held on the 9th day of December, 1832. nd the Do tones in his prayer, as the tripping of ter." "What letter, mndnmo?'' Cruelty, does not, as yet, arrest those regular election thereafter (ball be held on the CLIPPER M'F'Q CO., tint balurday in December of each year Nono nouemcut 1 Tableau No. 2 Tho thief fashionablo mothers who dress thoir nimble feet to the music of "The Lit(ramp i Mo. 288 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. bathreholdersln tbe stock ol the corporation hall be elegible Director, nd any Director luidlthem lwth children cruelly; but, perhaps, they tlo Widow Dunn" sounded on the floor reailng to be a ahtreholder tlitll vacate lit office. Thouund of grate aro The Hoard of Director, a quorum concurrtng,ahall above. "Let them go on and ret' Respect Ouo to Wires, annually robbed of their have the power of appointment and removal of all might consider it. When n shivering Tlctlmi, lire prolonged, uch mnging agent a. they thai! deem necessary Do not jest with your wifo upon a littlo lad, in handsomo knickerbockers what pleasure they can; they do not hipplnwsand health re- for properly conducting; tho builnni Comstored by uee of I he great pany subiect in which thero is danger of trots down street besido his warmly-dresse- d know the great pleasure in the Lord. 0. Tbe highest araountof Indebtedness or liabilGERMAN INVIGORATOR! ity to which the Company ahtli at any mbject Itomember wounding her feelings. parent it does not occur to tho Dear Lord, bless the dancers itwiri not to exceed four hundred dollar. curea ut"Amen" came from many forms kneel- Which poiltlrely and permanently kind,) Ac m 7. Private property 1 to be exempt from corporthat sho treasures every word you exceeaeaolany grown man to examino tho coverings and all dlewe that follow a ate debta. riVnliiPM, Now York World. equenreof 8. A member ahall have the right to withdraw of somo virtues of that small boy's legs and comparo ing on tho floor. ter. Do not speak a Iom of energy, Ice of memory, nntrenal laultuJe, pain in the back, from tbe Incorporation at any time nfler the Hoard of Directors ahall determine iu another man's wifo to remind your thorn with bis own comfortable suitage, and many Fifty women of Franco havo volun- dlmncM of ililon, premature old the amount to be received by ucli member on hla lead to coniumotlon and a preown of a fault. Do not reproach ings. From the knee to the anklo, in tarily ottered to go to Numea and other dlseaie that for clrcolara with testi- withdrawal. mature grate. BVtiend in leitiuiuuy -- urirwi. wo una uucuuiw by The I. your wifo with personal dofects, for bitterest weather, the boy has either a unite in marriage there with convicts, monial atfree per mill. orilxboxeViaOIlATOIt scribed our names, tbl 6th dy ot December, 8il, by all la told It willbox, tent freo by for S3, aeourely HEO. D. WIIAKEN, mall, or W, 1 WAlilUN, if sho has sensibility, you inflict a a thin, woolen stocking, or a deceptive whom the government desires to re- droggtit, receipt be price, by addreralng cf tealed, on lttWl J. W. ALCOUN. r.Itrcet, Toledo, Ohio. J. C'HESEY, wound difficult to heal. Do not treat dark cotton one, as tho solo shelter be- ward in that way for good conduct. 113 Adam 1 yr your wifo with inattontion in compa tween his skin and tho sharp wind. Tho ofler has been accepted by the Sole agent for the United Mate. cf ny; it touohiu her prido, and sho will Tho upper part of his body is proba- government, and the women will be $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 not respect you more, or lovo you bly well wrapped in a heavy coat, but furnished freo transportation. As better for it; do not upbraid your wifo still ho is shivering and is unaccount- these women aro frpra the alums of Tho Boat, Nowstost and Choapost in tho prosenco of tho third person; ably "delicate" Lancaster,Danville Stanford Philadelphia Ledg- Paris, we are not quite certain in our Nowspapor in tho South. tho sonao of your disregard for hor er. own mind that the convicts aro getting TELCPHONB CO. f.jolings will prevent her acknowledgThe Semi-Week- ly Post! We, tbe undersigned, II. M. nunlett, W. fi. MilA man habitually tied to a dog is a any great reward, though; ing her fault. Dj not entertain your boundless nuisance whom 'twero base West, W. E. Wlker and J. B. A Missouri barber is on tho high Krcrybody thould take It. It glrea the litest ler, llobl. It agreed to and do hereby associate have wife by praising the beauty and ao flattery to hit with a club, but a wotogether lor the puipos of erecting nd week-liJames' new diyalnadrancoof the on a Telephone Lloe between the town of complishmcnts of other women. If man dngomaniao is infinitely worse. road to wealth. Ho cut Frank atid for leu money It la democratic, but and rllcholatvllle, hair tho other day and has saved it lithe nine time Independent In politic. It Ijncaster, Danville of "Tbe Lancaster, Ky , under Danville A the corporate name home nnd cheeryou have a pleasant the bett new aumniary; You can kick a man's dog out of the for lockets. A ten cent locket with contain tho bet editorial and tbethe beet reading Stanford Telephone Company." brat market renatter The corporation to continue and ex lit for the ful, pass your evonings under your house, but when a woman makes a port all lor only 31.Z3 per year. pace afflfty year from tbe flnlilsr of January. fifteen hairs will be sold at the low 1833, to have the ower to tue and liability to be own roof. Do not bo stern and silent social call ou you with hor dog, into SE5U FOR SPECIMEN COPIES. ued by it corporate mine, to have a coiunnm aral r lockots with power to alter the Mine whenever the Hoard iu your own homo and remark able tho house that flea bitten yelper pneo of $5, but twenty-haiErery so. see pror to ho has muit barefarmer, every merchant, every trader of Director msyInterest lo saiddo Company shall be will come highor. He thinks It. buhtcrlbe at once I The thsres or for sociability elsewhere. comes, scratches tho tunes, steeps on enough to supply tho holiday trade, you get 101 paper and double the transferable on the books of the Company, only, Uemember reading matter given by an ordinary weekly for and cancellation of the old Certificate of stock and An Austin father complainod bit- the sofa and gnaws tho ottomau and but poople are advised to send in their $t.$3, and it cornea to you fir re a ireek. turning a now one to tbe transferee Hand tbe money to our agent in your county or Tbe t rlvate property of the members of the terly of tho way his children destroy- thero's a social revolution unless you orders early to avoid disappointment, remit direct to u, shall be eieuipt from tbo debta of the corLOUISVILLE POST. poration. niTect to enjoy it. Burdotte. ed their clothiug. Ho said : Loulirllle, Ky. corporation la to have power to make conThe tracts, aciiulre and transfer property to aueh extent A Chinaman thus describes his ex"When I wiw a boy I only had ono as may be necessary to carr y on the business of The latest oddity in tho insurance perience at draw poker: "I dlaw ending teiepiionte messages to ana irom us van-oBuitof clothes, and I had to tako enro business is a scheme conducted in office. RICHMOND thlee cardee, get flo nceo, bet five dol- Tbe corporation I to ave wrr to eilablUh by. of it. I wns only allowed ono pair of Nashville, Tcnn., called tho Mutual tswiand mike all rulea and rcftilationa that mar la, nobody clom in. Next timeo I bo deemed expedient for the mauageiueat of its shooj n year iu thoso days." analra and not inconsistent wiiii uie eoniiituiioo Gtmrantco Association. The plan is dlaw two cardee, get flo kingee, bet snd law of the state ol Aentucxy or oi tne unitej nnd thou tlio Thero was a pnuse, to soothe a fellow's feelings in the ten dolla, nobody clom iu. Next State. T he corporation ahall at no time be autject to a oldest boy spoke up and said : event ot his girl's "going back on Unite I dlaw one cardee, get nofiushee, I have recently opened In Richmond a large and debtor debtaor liability, e director conllogent, to complete lanlog Mill, aud am prelwred to furnish a greater amount than ot thoutaud dollar "I say, dud, you liavo a much easi him," Iu tho case of a person aflltct T lis amount of ratdlal stock of lb cumoiatlon bet fifteen dolla, evelybody clom iu, every kind of hall be f J.OOd and II principal place ofbutimw cr time of it uow you are living ed tho modifier is a gift of $15 a day Tbe capital siock ol the Utmpaoy Lancaster, Ky Chiuamaneo busted. 1, illvlditd In aharea of with us." BUILDERS' MATERIAL! .iwii stockholder (hallo be entitled 3to each, and a Certififrom tho time of insuring to that of each Rov. Dr. Robert McMurdy, au old ol tbe Stork ho hold and pays tor Tbe atock cate In a Deadwood church tho other jilting. subscribed shall be paid on or bvfore the lit day of ,. and proiuiucnt Masou of Dayton, 0., IBM. in Flooring;. Jauuary, iu nue. casn. or uiaietiai vr isuor ter day, tho largo cougregfttion wcro debuilding An Iowa correspondent of the Home' denies tho Thurlow Weed Btory re- WcHtlierbeHrtliiiK, itiua of the eommencement of tha cornon iu a prayer, when au til voutly kneeling 1883, and con dead reports to that journal that the tho drowning of Morgan, of Moorri, NhnIi, Hlltst!, I.hUih, tlon (hall be ih Ut day ol Jauuary, tinue orty year. irroveront joker quite audibly whis- cost of securing his hay crop this year garding Ninlr-whj- h, affair of tbe corporttton atiall be conducted Tb NliinglCH. HoultlliiKM notoriety, and states i. lr!d.iit and four Dliectore. to be elected br pered: "Hero cornea au Eastern 1C2 tons frqm 65 acres was not the itockholdera on the lt Monday iu January, that Morgan was induced to emigrato IMS. at Lancaster. Kr.. aud on tbe Ut Monday In nevouteeu seconds all over 50 cents per ton. A man and a in Jauuary thereafter at from this country, dying at length a At I tell at price uch at the above article can be time aud lare of holding Lanrsiter.except that tbe the election fur officer chief eldtlmt congregation except the bought In Loulirllle, Cincinnati, or other whole-al- e may be changed from time to time, aa tbe Preil- boy did nil the work except moving it natural death in Smyrna, Turkey. houses, I aim aur I ran make it to youl er had slid through tho wiudows. Ueni eUU lireiioisui lUVlAiUJIiauj mmj uww ur.. to patronise home Institution. I am away. Of courts all the improved The nature of tbe builmu proposed to be transPhiladelphia Nows. acted by the corporttton is sending uieusgetby Two of tho pictures in the rotunda altoa practical machines, including ahay rutin ol telephone, wire aod machinery, tu and Pocafrom the towua of Lancaster, Danville. Stanford, A cotton crop of tho present year loader, were used in getting the crop. of the Capital, tho "Baptism of IlrrinUillle, Mcholnrllis audauch way station by the Company on th line. hontas," and the "Landing of the at may be erect! nd Director will reach, it is said, coven million ihall a point a Sec- The President And am prepared to furnlib design and estimate The Society for Prevention of Cruelty Pilgrims," were ruined by the escape rttary end Treasurer. lor building ana an aiouoi scroti woes. bales' This should be ufHcient to to Animals mad the owner pf a tore back Ulvru uader our baud tbl Uth day of DecemThat I am doing no iaall builue, csu be Judg. N. lIUltDrnT, make the bosom of every wo nau in the ot steam during the Garfield fair. ed from the fct that uy bauk account run from ber. 188, ar a fine; of $250 for xrItlng In W K. WALKhH,' II.&00 to JJWO per week land, 'vim wears calico, swell with de lure W M. MILLKU. And yet they say tho fair was a Contracting aud building done promptly and at working him after bit condition had ben UOUtltr 1L WKhT, living prices. AddreM Uiusgow Times, light. 101) U. K1NNA1HD pronounced too bad for use, in New iork. newa-boyli Backward and Forward with Equal Sense. The Borrower's Soliloquy. The following sentences, making To tultrrlh er not to lubKrltwf that'i the que Hon, sento whether read backward or for- Whether It la nobler la the end to idfTer - Editor and Proprietor ward, were sent in for a puzzlo com Thtjeeri and rrruialaofttlngr leaden, Or to take arm, agalo.it a Ma of trouble - - - Business Manager petition: And by lubacrlblng end them, Tomt.crllttoown Mel i.owlj fading dajj wlnji mournful tlgb; 3n,crior$ouriml M'ROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS AND Opora House Block, UXJA-IXSIt- PHHCEIJ TISTS, Stanford, Ky., IN- Miiftlcnl Drtigp,, Chciulcnlet, l'alnlH, IVeetllcH. Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwnro ami 0 nttcnl Oootls Department Is In Charge of Col. Tliot. ltlclmnls, ttIioitIII Itcpntr Mntchcs ami Clocks Promptly nntt In tlio best Oils, LainitH, WIiicm, Wall Paper. Liquors, Hook, (Stationers'. CiKHrn. MoniiH. Perfumery, 'Aouaccoff, I'iro Arm, IiiMriiiiiciiiB, tlr a CiiUIery, li Machine gtjle. PENNY & McALISTBE DWiita lie SOIlOEoN 'DENXieT, DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY Physicians' Prescriptions accurately compounded. FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutical Preparation a (pcclalty. '&" H. Stanford, A Splendid C. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, has received MEKC3IANT TAIIiOIS, Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stan lord and vicinity or thit he Manlua-Mikln- 89-- tf Fall and Winter first-clas- s Goods, d, FOR JSALE one-ha- lf ttore-roo- m style. Satisfaction guar-'anteeWhich he guarantees to make up in or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. klfgfefMlklii St. Asapih IMogIs, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It cmbraccri Staple ami Fancy Groceries, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, Ilacon and Lard, Tobacco nnd Cignrn, Wooden, IVilloH and Tinware, Glass and (lucciiHuare. Canned ood8 ot all kinds a Biiccialty. Itciucialicr the place, "Tlio Corner Ntore." a? GKOCEBS, W-- It 1 SITIAI TTnviiifr limiirlil, el?.Fi nTKAXME, out, S. R. Rniislimaii. ive will keen on hand a nice lot oi' Rorscs and Buggies, which wo twenty-- will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Rorscs by tho day or week. We are also in five 1 1 And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. IP. K1TKNEM.EY, STAnt50Dkv. Respectfully, THE COAL ROBBED of-t- b. k. mmm. A2ID - UNDERTAKER, Dealer in Furnicuro, MAIU ST., STANFORD, lias J ust received a fall line of Parlor Suites, Chamher Suites, cheap Ded. Bureaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Matlreese, Limp 8taods, Corner Brackets, Cent e Tatlea, Kxlemlon Table, Extension Tabic, Parlor Chain, Dialog Chairs, de. I alto keep conttantljr on hind A lull lino of Itobc, Shrcudi, Collins and Cu.ket UH-- I also keep on hand the celebrated B rd Uurglsr Proof Orave Vault, guaranteed to be perfict pro tectlon from renulue, ground bore gopher, damp-nc- s and burglir. I c nil at figure me Order Kln-nslour-el- br that cannot be benten Call and telegraph promptly attenled to TaT"aaaaaans 'i lfavfP"S!t-aiHHaWSr'i'Wt " -- TaaaanrfltaaaaaaMi H afffiTi '?WI,twlirEatalaaaaaaHaaEI e, 1 BOOKWALTBR THE I'OKTAISJLXS EN"OIKE. SOME 3,000 In fact, there I SA1?E AND no Coglao that ciual It for ACTUAL USE. IN DURABLE 1 lrl . SluipUcllr. Durability anl mtt Tilt tSUINllto Drive Kellable Work, It It ut 1 PRINTING PRESSES alllllllllllllllllllllllllHIRI e CORN SHELLERS, PLANING MILLS! WoOfl &llYt'.N, HEIfi aaaaaaaPlaRw' XjIcvutorM, S Cotton Gins, Corn MsIIm, C'roaincvics, aaaaKlniafrv Food Mills, ertaaaaaaWjTawTi,dr Hay I'l'cs.scs, Xjatlics, S:c. anti-Maso- nio m lc Call at Tho Interior Journal Olllee aud wee ono or tlio deulrablo i:ukIhcs In operation. Itciueiuber cicry KhrIho lias our guarantee. Head It : labor-savin- g ARCHITECT, Water to all purchaser that weguarauiaeour Ikwiweltrr Lntlneto be well and tubslsatlsllr lasde, tobe talc, simple, durable and complete in contlruetlon, to work well aud give the full power H e mtko the above guarantee, and sell on the o"0" attaahed and uianael ilalwed when . ilia oondltlens. via win giva tut 1 ureuaser inonrsi nuiii siier ion snivaiui u iho tuglne fill to come up to our guarantee, we will take uca the a fair and aalltfuterr trial, In return the triglot lo nit buglur, refund ever dollar received ou tb 1 nglne, provided th purchaser SO tlaVt trial. ol btlj ucareai I .ll...l .i.ifAn .it .1 lu.H I, .iil.lj.1 In Ail. nr.l.v li. tha iVriilulv no mauuiuld a k fora more lihertii otter aud ooatrtu U prrlr re .. Power Kujilne aud Holler Power f agios and Uolf.r Pot er r uglue and lkiiler .... Power Ldlnesud.ltoiler Dolliered ou car at et rlugHld, Olrlo Kor further iDforuistloa aud doKrlpilte piupkiet. aJdrcs tbe luauufacturert, tli-IIo- rt LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .. no ta 1I0 04 -t 9J t( JAMKi, IiUFI'i:! CO., .SprlHuHeltJ, Qklm. s I And I have the distress of feeing thce thousand around me with few opICTT. portunist, to approach them. If t had I WII.I. NEl.I. MY- where money to rent lialla and theatre Tnesday Morning, Decomber 20, 1882 something might he done, they congregate, Knter a church door they wtll not. Come W. P. WALTON, EDITOR I s o- - '11 e'en to a nice, coir, qntet hall like our Clarendon, they will not, Hut to the "CoopHoots, er I'nlon" where llerr Moat, the CommuThe Adrantaget of the Proposed Railroad. Hoots, Shoes nis, jiut out of an Knsllthjail, addressed a OWSLEY. a That tho averages man fa selfish and Shoes packed audience of "red capa" and social-fit- a picayune i shown too often to mnko night before last, they will come; or to thcannounccment nn item of new, and a Bowery Tliettre, titer will flock. Where no do not give it as such, but to illus the sheep are It the shepherd's, place. To trato a few points in regard to tho get at these lost threp, I cannot appeal to proposition for this county to donato Tun Now York Sun opposes tho these New York stranger and therefore I and depot grounds proposition to take tho postage off of hare gone to my frlenda in Kentucky. It tho right-of-w- ay OP to tho road to bo built from this point, nowspapers entirely, and says that it remains to be teen what their response will be. I shall have the merriest or aaddeit or some other in tho adjoining coun is willing to pay the P. 0. Department Christina of my life next Monday. Which ties, to Nashville. It has been shown for whatever assistance it renders in hall it ber I Mill ask. The nightly col &C, AT conclusively that tho taxes on the new distrsbuting its editions. Wo don't lectlona at the Hall about pay the rent of road alone would pay for such a dona- hear of any newspaper of much im- - ' nighWiT night. Oar kind friend, Mr. rri r-nction in a very few years, besides en- nnrlnnrn trn-iIf. aliirt in mirnratinc etounaru, welcomes US to her hospitable ta wJLm I I HI mXm mm ( blc. She is a sister of dear 13ro. Munnell, hance tho valuo of tho property of tho tho mcasuro, for the postage Is very our unwavering friend of the Louisville county generally and tho section thro' low now two cents per pound, yet Democrat. Her husband, a most genial which it runs particularly, and there if letter postage is reduced to two gentleman and noble christian, is absent on by lich ten taxation, there aro cents, newspapers might go for one-h- alf professional business, but expects to be hack for Christmas. He also is in heartiest peoplo in whoso eyes a nickle looks so tho present rate. sympathy. Our 'apartment" across the large that they prefer to continuo to is said that the office of Public street from Dr. Stoddard's (his house is squeeze it, notwithstanding it could by It. CVMOROAN, D. D. B. Printer cost tho U. S. Government, packed, or we would hare been taken in lion which we obtain from a reliable UENTIHT, source: the Owsley boys referred loss a judicious investment bo raado in a StTTTlTJ haaloratf! nermanaiillr In Lao- during the past year, 82,035,159, and there) is paid for by occasional loving gifts having immigrated from Maryland had 4 raster, flfflc room i ottr J. (1. They new few years to yield an eaglo. as Our Father sees we have need. We are that tho Congressional Iteeord alone I03.tr sisters, Patience, Lvdia, Betsy and Mary, lore. fee alio. has to urge that if the right-of-w- ay took $150,902. This last is a tremen happy as ever trusting for dally bread and instead of only two, Patience and Lydia, as ThoLAHGEST STOOKof WATCHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY never dream of being forgotten by our lov It. O. KAUFFMAN, be given it should bo donated by those dous given by your correspondent. expense to incur for tho sake of ing Uod Mary At r.A."V, AND NII.VI.KiVAUK through whose farms it will pass, as printing speeches that jvero nover de LANCA8TF.lt, KY. I paid a visit to Mrs. Theodore Tillon a married John Bryant and was the mother they will be the greatest beneficiaries livered and which in 99 of 15 children. Betsy was married twice; Matter Commissioner (larraed Circuit Court. Will Ever brought to this market. Price. Lower than the Lowest. Watches Olocii and out of 100 ca few days ago. She is a kind of cousin, Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. her first husband was Jesse Qooch, her lsst practice la all th Courts or tlarrant anil adjoining thereby, that others will get no benefit ses will nover bo read. though not of blood-kiand has always counties an J In the Court of Appl. and bavo their taxes increased besides. been a favorite relative with me. 8he is JohnBurdelt. The father of the eight J,r.Icl-rM NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. and always has been a lady of rare refine- children, and the main trunk of theOneley Of course those living along the line ment and gentle lovlinexs. Those who have tree was named Thomas; his wife was nam benefited, but tho benewill be much Jerry fccott was choked to death at ner, and mama; ed Mary and was a Middleton. fits will not end thero. It will give Frankfort Friday while, eating a piece of only known ber in connection with the horMiss Annie Yaughan cloned her school gooee rible Beecher trial, know nothing whatever INSURANCE COMPANY, the people of the county the advfintago During the fire months ending Nor. about her. Well, I found her boarding at Mason Institute last Friday evenlngi with a very enjoyable entertainment, conof another outlet, and by competition thirtieth, 214,(311 immigrants arrived at house in Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, Or MoiTov, Mass. aflei reduce tho freights from their present New York. Capital, SS04.00U, surplus, lUS.CZUI; total assets, a little search, and she welcomed my visit sisting of recitations, dialogues, tableuxand HOBT. KI.VAIKI,A(t., Railroads always The temperance peoplo of Kansas are as of old. She is fearfully altered by these music. Much credit is 'due the pupils for I1,0S3,6.J1. enormous figures. Lancaster, Kentucky, the excellent manner in which they ac develop a country, which increases im- protesting against the parage of the whis awful years. Her personal beauty, once themselves) and their teacher feels ay or tobacco bill. very marked, is almost gone only here quitted migration and the value of real estate, The heaviest foreign malt ever dis- and there a trace. The soft, bright inno fully compensated for the pains and time not merely along tho line, but in all she spent with them. Miss Vacghan has patched was taken by tho Scythla Wednes- cent eye remains, but that alone. Her STaaroan proven herself an active and successful points contiguous to them. Tho wholo day 202,040 ordinary, 9,592 registered let- delicate hands once soft as vel-e- t, are hard teacher. She has made many friends in LANCASTER, - - - - KENTUCKY county then being benefited, is it right ters and sacks of newspapers. with toil; the lustrous dark brown hair is who will regret to lose her UtmWmmmWBtBBKjS99m that a few should be made to shoulder The bill for Supervisors of Elections very gray and the pink and white of the this community, when properly in Kentucky was only 5800. Philadelphia old beautiful complexion replaced by a from the social circle. She will return to JOHN T. HIUUINS, rilOlMtlETOR. a burden whose weight, her home at Danville on Tuesday. The divided, will not be felt by any body? alone prevents a bill of $09,000 for the pay dull sallow. Hut her life is full of peace good wishes of many for a merry Christmas of Supervisors. The Department of Jus and rest that "the world cannot give." The Another favorite argument that tho A FIRST CLASS HOTEL and a happy New Year, follow her. seven times heated furnace has purified, tice cut it down to $31,000. opponents of the donation urge is that Personal. Miss Liuie Bailey, of In (Terr particular, Ths patronage ol tho publle In ornamentation and is unequalled. y The Ilinton, (W. Va.) Herald tells of a not consumed (save the dross) and it is foolish to gtve a big corporation man who was wounded in the ankle at she has what others have not, a "conscience Versailles, is spending the holidays with solicited, anil aattstsctlon ruarinte!. any thing, as a few thousand dollars Carnifax Ferry in August 18C1 and who void of offence toward God and man." 01 Miss Mamie Olds. Mrs. Eliztbelh Smith returned-hom- e last Thursday from Indiana Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The ii made in would not effect a location, unless it has just been relieved of a heavy musket in the day when accounts are settled, (and INSURANCE AGENCY. where she has been visiting relatives, W. FIRE ball that has lain embedded in it for ovr they will be, thank God) let me be in her three lections. At the center burnt ont much fatter than the endt, thit piece was proven to that corporation that G. Daolap left Saturday for his home in Because your house, or your r,ooJa, or your lift the route was the cheapest and best. 21 years, giving him great pain. The sur- company and there like her, venturing all Chicago. Mr. Pearcc, of Louisiana, a stock, or yourother property hits not ten burnt can be replaced without the ezpenie of the entire back. geons had never before been able to discov- to keep everything right with God. I write Is no tiro student in Georgetown College, is spending or Injured Ly be. or lightning, think, guaranty that A littlo kindness and interest display- er the locality of the ball. they cannot Don't you then, that It behind the fire box, which protectt the back from intente beat. this word far my dear cousin, of whom I would ho the holidays with his uncle, Wyatt Pearce auch loss pruJent to secure Indemnity In raw ed by a community has great weight or damage should occur t IoOeryoulhla It will be recalled to mind tint Mrs. am prouder than in the days when she ws any lass Inat tho sometimes in such matters. The build- Little, widow of the late ilon. R. E. Little not the forsaken creature she is, but tLe Mines Katie BurJett and Ophelia Kem- surancelowest ratea obtainable Inseven nrl-- cyou may The Broiling facilitiet aro tnperior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and sn,l Company represent rake the coalt on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal bnilt M. incurring much brought suit against James II. Arnold for centre of admiring social circle, where all per, who are attending school at North take your choice. 'JWiu ers of the road aro Middletown, and Miss Ella Pollard, who on it, if detired. risk in the undertaking and they need $50,000 damages sustained by the killing acknowledged her charms. I cannot say has been attending school at Georgetown, Notico ! the encouragement and support of the of her Husband. It will also be recollect that "time at last sets all things even,' as are at home spending the holidays. The Many other convenlencei are attached to thit Stove, which I aik yon to ed that some time ago Arnold brought suit Byron does, but I know eternity does. And Notlfs is people to show them that their enteryoung gentlemen in this vicinity who have slock holdershereby siren (list a meeting of th examine before buying. I alio refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B. or the farmers National lUnkofetan-lorMontgomery, on the 9,000 note over which the sad so I bid her good bye, with the radiant will be held at the odce of aald lank on been attending college, came borne Saturprise is appreciated and that no stumbli- tragedy occurred. The attorneys tor all smile of the reflex of the deep Tito UtI TucNdiiy In Jan., IBS.!, Mn. W.F. McKinney, Mrt. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKlnney, Mrt. S. J. ng-block shall bo placed in the way partita have agreed to and signed a com- lighting up her faded face and for a mo- day. Col. Jno. K. Faulkner, of Louisville, For the purpose of declines Hoard ofPlrrf tnn for .. ensuing year. In i toe j.ii. ovni.i:y. Embry, Mrt. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey at to the advantagei of developing our creat resources, both promise by which Mrs. Little withdraws ment glorifying the ravages of grief and was A, town last week on business. Cashier. B and C shipped 29 hogs and 63 the Jewel hat over other Stovet. Very retpectfolly, revealed and hidden. Danville recol- her suit for damages, and Arnold with despair. shoati together. A put in 15 hogs, averag-inI meet other friends of the past, once lects with chagrin that her confidence drawn his suit for collection of the note FARM FOR SALE I 297 lbs ; 17 ahoats averaging 185 lbs.. that the L. i.N. would bo. built there This ends all litigation between the parties. and again. Dear Dave Jewett, a class- It, 0 hogs averaging 386lbj.; 21 ahoats avI oflrr for sale privately my excellent little Farm mate at Princeton, grown to be a d Register eraging 213 and of 1IH) Arrrm. In the west end or Lincoln counwhether she evinced a friendly spirit D. D. 1 think, but with the boyish heart ty, within ii mil of I'eytoo's Well. II la of a lbs. C, 8 bogs averaging 311 Ibj mile from th MllteJtfetllle J-- Stanford plk and "PRAISE THE L0RO." or not cost ber the advantages oi a still beating in his bosom, chatted me an tulles from Stanford A llustonrlll 17 shoals averaging J 63 nine sevenplk. Is well and IS OF LINCOLN CO. ! railroad for years, and we are told that 123, 125 William St., New York Cirr, watered, nil good IniproTements.aboul Is Ingraia hour or two yesterday. We went over the teenths Ibi. (Home weights.) A had 7 and wheat and balance for corn next year. It la December 20th, 18S2. whole ground with the affection of the past very productive. Any persoo applying at once banquet given the officials and en- Vtar Inlirtort a shoats killet", B 2 and C 0. In maket C can obtain a bargain. H. J. KOtITT, gineers of the same road by the peo101.2m A human being is only an atom in this keeping us both sweet, though he is an or- weighed 1 shoat with hogs, making 30 that UllleJgevllle, Ky thodox Presbyterian and I am what? The loe great city. His arrival is a ple of Stanford secured its present aggregated 9,335 lbs. at $0.65 per cwl.; 42 dear fellow slipped a $20 bill into my band Acres live ahoats aggregating 7,935 lbs. at $6.25 A Lincoln Co. cation instead of a cheaper one along fulling on the broom of a river. He disap- as he went out, after wringing it heartily. pears the moment he lands from steamer perewt. B losing $1 on 1 head and 75 cts Danville has of the knobs. the foot ! The New York papers tako very little or train swallowed up in the vortex of 1 however learned by experience, and humanity that surges day and night stock in ns. I called en Dana, of the Sun, per hundred on weighing 185 lb). Sold Situated oi'lbe Danville A Lancaster pike, at Col. First-Cla- ss the 15 dead shoats, aggregating 2,730 Combined Bruce'e brides. About 80 seres In wheal, which is One. now no town or couuty stands readier through the streets of this metropolis of the and he welcomed me very cordially to the $2 75 and timothy, waklof almost per cwt.; the expense attached being seeded with clovergrass, well wstrred with seversl the entire fsrm In city. Several not unfavorable articles bad ento give aid and succor to railroad nation. There is but one New York this .print"; also one of the largest $42 25. What is each man's share, loss and oavrrsl STANFORD, KY., Oct. 31, 1882. and best ponds terprises than she. And by the way side of the water, as there is but one Lon- from time to time, been printed in the Sun expense? Will some kind reader of the desirable spring form In th on county, making It a sleek Has It a good, comfortaGeo. D. Weaken. Dear Sin The Albion Spring Tooth Harrow, and I felt free to call and pay my respects ble dwelling house. Ice bouse, smoke bouse and Interior Journal solve the problem and barn, good cabin recently bullLayoung orchard Cultivator and Hroadcast Seeder purchased of you is all you claim for she is making strong efforts to secure don in England, or one Paris in France He is a noble looking gentleman very world it 1 Two weeks ago of 150 choice apple trees, goo,! kitchen, gsrden, Ac. oblldge a bad It mixed Shipper. I am well pleased with my purchase. As a Harrow and pulverthis road. Will Lincoln stand idly What s little Tenusof sale lusde known on application Half of it. we thin dropped upon the bosom of this frank in manner and what he is a man of purchase mousy usy remsln on morlgsge. izer it is the best I have ever seen; as a Seeder, I would not exchange and stingily by and have the richest rolling deep and disappeared, feebly reap- distinguished brain power. His reporter True to her Trust. JOHN IIUII.IICK. Lancaster, Ky. for any other, and I am also confident that it will prove valuable as a plum ever offered her snatched from pearing as distinct entities in the public was at our opening meeting and gave In Too much can nit be said of the ever faithful Cultivator. Ckaig Lynn. her grasp for the sake of a few paltry services that have hardly yet brought us'to last Saturday's paper a fair account of the wife aad mother constantly watching and caring for ber dear ones, never neglecting a single duty In dollars? We think not. We hope the notice of more than a moiety of the bu services. Since then silence. But we their behalf. When they are assailed by disease. could scarcely expect the courtesy of a and the system Mk.Guo D. Weaken Dear Sir: I have one of the Alhinn ;,,- should bar a thoroujli cleansing, aro not asked to con- sy throng. And yet the simple "gospel of stranger to go not. Successor toDaugherty A Hjde, ,.?. Tooth Sulkey Harrows. Cultivators and Hrontlrnst further. When we come in- the stomach and bowels regulated, blood purified, 1 grace of Gad" Is claiming a sort of no the tribute a cent. If the road is not toriety already; and I have a to prominent rotice so that a eood word and malarial poison exterminated, aha must know NTANFOICD, - KENTUCKY, well pleased with it and would not exchange it for any similar tool. built, it gets nothing. If it is. tho strong conviction that the dear LOUD is will interest his readers, I doubt not wo that Electric Bitten are the oaly sure remedy. Wm. Goocii. They are the best and purest medicine la the MawpFAciuaaas or taxes on it will in ten years come to going to use us largely in briuging the gos shall get all the occasion calls for. world and only cost fiDy cents. Sold by Tenny The Timet also had a report in the same A McAIlster. Geo. D. Weaken. Ksq. Dear Sir: I used onpnftlio Ail.; much more than the cost of the right-of-w- pel to the clasa we so much wish to reach bincd Spring Tooth Harrows and IJroadcast Seeders in putting in my the neglected and forlorn. Avenues of ser- issue, which did us much harm. I hope The county therefore has it was not intended to injure, but it LAXCASTEIt ADVKUTISEME.tTS. . lirlimr tine I,nll in, I ,tr ,mf ?. . i -- .. .1.-- 1 .1 nothing to lose but all to gain. A vice are opening up most wonderfully. certainly frightened some of our good 11 uiu me work pcr- Pres Last Sunday afternoon we held services at C T. Sandidoi plan is suggested, if the magistrates the Magdalen Home with ita 70 inmates, byterian friends, who had been favorable to prefer not to meet the issue and make 10 wero christians, but, before we left every our coming here, almost into fits; so that Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sin We bought of you a Spring Tooth a direct appropriation for the rights one of the remaining GO had made the good they took It all back and we shall have to Sulkey Harrow and llroadcast Seeder, and after having used it in asked, that they agree to remit all fax- confession. The power of the LORD was visit that "old stamping ground" on our seeding wheat in foul stalk land, we arc free to say that the Implc-men- t es that may be imposed for county present to heal all and all came to "own hook," which we shall do, if the is a good one and gives satisfaction. Wc regard it superior LOUD will, most surely. to purposes on the road for thirty years Him. We haven't had such a delightful any Drill and a perfect success as a Harrow and pulverizer. Awaiting our "merry Christinas" from meeting since Indianspolis. This afterright-of-w- ay and let the company secure the R. W. Givens & Son. noon, by invitation, we held similar servi Kentucky and certain to have one from the themselves. This can be done ces at the Colored Home, where the same LOUD -- anyhow ever in Jesus, (J to O. Barnes. Mk.Geo.D WEAKUN-rv-- Iam without loss to any body, and we do power of the LOUD was manifested and 3!) pleased with my Spring looth Harrow and broadcast Seeder; think it is much Albion not think that thero is a man who can dear souls were saved. It was good to be bettor WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. and answers many more purposes than a Drill. object to it. A liberal spirit exhibited there. We let them do the singing, and it John Huciianan. W manufacture Carriages of all dtacrlpllons, Only two remained tin- toward the enterprise may securo us a was uplo-lu- g workmen anil uilnj onlf Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir. II A meeting long to be confessing. tostivl im..- c onlj malarial, and sell at reassnabl man uwaavl grand trunk railway, with its. many figures style, workmanship anil material ronald-- I. clean, plowed land and on thciwest stall-- land. It gives better satistVM. OAU4.1IKKTY. ll great advantages, while on tho other asaitor. faction than any implement ever used in foul land. Altogether 107 have accepted the Savior. band a small and illiberal spirit may We have not begun on the bodily healing, LANCASTER. A. K. Dknnv. The examining trial of Harrison drive it from us. Lot us then neglect except in a little private practice In a few houses, but will soon, we trust, be able to Brown (col) or shooting Stuart Umber Geo. D. Weaken Dear Sir: I lmvi. "no effort to secure it. i. AT PLEASANT VALLEY ! - r im. uuuvt, men .. .i ...i hold regular alternoon services for that ob (col.) resulted In his being held to answer ..w..vU ...uw,.,, .uiu ucii-ui- .:i.. ciiuorsc ine statement ofMr. Denny. Yeoman tries to explain away The an indictment at the next term of thecourt. ject. Next Sunday morning, I am to IMC. tho damaging charges that Gov. Black preach If the LOUD will, at the Brooklyn His ball was fixed at $200 in default of J. A. DeI'auw. ENTEPRISE GROCERY, burn refuses to permit tho public print Skating Itlnk where Moody held tits meet- which he was committed to jail. Is now receiving a new, large and Geo. D. Weaken-Z- W Sr. The Albion Combined Spring Tooth Bud White, a negro, claiming to be er to print bis report to the Legisla- ings. ' It Is now called the Temple having splendid stock of goods of every Harrow, Cultivator and llroadcast Seeder is all and number of pardons issued beeu purchased and fitted up as a place of from Stanford, was arrested last Thursday. ture of the variety. Here arc some specia- you claim for it. I have sown S9 acres of wheat this even more than lties: and his reasons therefor, but the whole permanent religious worship. Dr. Fulton, and brought before Judge Singleton, charg Hoys' Clothing for any com tamt, and it docs its work well whore no other season in filtAv machine would Uaptlst, presides over the euterpriie. He ed with breaking into the house of Mr. sized child; Ladies' Cloaks of elething seems to verify instead of deny ran the mach ne promises me full scope and no watching. Nathan Thompson, He was held under gant pattern; Hoots and shoes at the accusations of th Cvmmercial.l The So I will preach once for him, anyway bond of $200 to answer an indictment that using a team of comparativefy small horses, and found reduced prices; a good whole no difficulty. I cheerfully recommend it to my farmer Wholesale and IlaUII Dealers Yeoman never fails to come to the old Next Sunday afternoon I am to preach at may be found against him in the next term leather Hoot at $2; Prints, from l C9UVinCC rooster's rescue, but its explanations a temperance gathering in Tralnor Hall, of the Qarrard Circuit Court. In default f ItS uscfu,ncss ''Rl't Months per yard; Overcoats, 4j4c to and Fancy Groceries, and apologies sometimes inako tho corner 3il and Broadway; also a place of of ball he was committed to jail. The way John V. Hailey. nice line, all wool, low prices: the matter worso. Better let the truth bo notoriety and where I can Lave an oppor- of the transgressor is truly hard when he Glassware, Candies, Trion Sheeting at per yard; told even it it does shame tho devil. Geo. D. Weaken-A- wSin-li- ach tunity ot getting largely acquainted. I am comes within reach of our Police Judge. one of us having purchased of Fruttt.Clgars and itats ami Laps, Ladies Hats; Cof- you one of your A Won Spring Tooth Sulkey Harrows and Ii EwatUTiON to Texas will receivo also promised access to the famous prison We would adviae those from neighboring oadcas fee from 8l$c to per pound; -Tobacco.that they have a new impetus when it is known that onjllackwell's Island So you see the pros- - towns, who desire to break the law, that Toys, Dolls, Fireworks, Candies, Immense! Hi had best steer clear of Lancaster If A all that you claimed for them the apple crop was so great there this twet It brljthlenlng There Ii an a OEOCEKY- -A WELLLIOUT- t heS l Nuts and a general variety of Xmas any wheat Drill we have seen. Sows the year that over 300 distilleries have amount of this oulilde work to be. done Id ther don't desire to get haioemied. ei, room bouse, Krsrjtlilng neat as wheat .evenly and .. a ila and prices lower than The Owaley Stock again. For the benGoods. In short, you can get any nnno ,.. .v. t. been licensed to make braudy, so as to ucli a cltr aa New York, if one can onljr ,,.,,... nn tlm 0uii.ii-.-- , .wsu rcgaru, me tool superior rer, to any thing you want and at prices aston- other as a pulverizer and believe they will A great deal of gat at It. liut there Is the rub. The devil efit of jour Crab Orchard corresiondeut, save the surplus. prove valuable as Culti peach btwdy too Is being made. Go understand1 ierfectlr the war to put eoula the manf decendanU and the people gene- VoH'tVHllto sen Them In the Sew ishingly low. The public arc in -- . Block. S snoui, ral!, vre will glre the following Inform- in blockade, and it It a case of vited to call. Wm. old toper. per-lulli- STANFORD, Thk Governor has appointed Reg inald II. Thompson to fill the vacancy in tho City Judgeship of Louisvillo, mado vacant by tho death of Judgo J. Hop Price. Mr. Thompson will bo recollected as one of tho Governor's appointees to tho Railroad Commission, which tho Legislature refused to con firm. It is said that application was made to tho Governor in less than tnrco hours alter i'ricos death by a number of ospirinc lawyers whoso greed for offico is greater than their appreciation of decency. "Oceans et wilff eroaed, Tint nmt (drop to drink," E. LFV 0"WSLE"X". ". 1WI ml Whites Steefc of By frOOdS i iy Notions, and Clothing lor tho next 30 DAYS nt 'greatly reduced prices. P. and Clothing Specialty. Heavy NEW FALL AND en WINTER STOCK DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.GENTS" FURNISHINGGOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, nr T? JL, VVJL-- I T ."rrnT .TP. .J ' JL PENNY let Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. Bny' It f I & McALISTEli, ATTOllNEV MANUFACTURERS' IHH your special attention to the I desire to call IM-l- w E HIGJGIiV.N IIOUNE! 8tet which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, Firo Back Voptilatod Chambor to Stockholders J. nl-peace g FINE gray-heade- W. IX. HIGGINS. TESTIMONIALS FARMERS snow-flak- Farmr200 POItHALE HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements t in nsvrr-lslllo- g WM. DAUGHERTY The-peopl- Siil. .1 ay. Fine Carriages, Buggies, 1 l,,!ii. iiimuuiunoH,iuwjrwMi r, 1 ' . i New House! WBM flOODS GEO. D. AND PHAETONS, first-cla- Garrard County t. firat-cla- ito:ia ii. wjesi w ah.:., BURDETT & CO. CHRISTMAS! 0 COOK ;.,,! c,i. 1 n.,i - ,. 1 LANCASTER, -- TLV- soJc'wl,ois,2ycarsoId.' thm 6c InXlSl - r 7c - I2c KJIlST-CLAS- ... Jftfe.W e,,r. vM? Tavcs If (si. r. Shanks Spoonamoke. yri,, rrtt7 StflmFarait per yard. Oytr -. at McAIIter A Bright'. .i si ItoXNKr (linoiiAM at Klaa' for 8 ct. Hid lrr of lumber at E. I Owaley's back December 20, 1882 yard for sale. Hf.rrr War(.-- Go to Kla' and buy L. 4 N. tOCAL TIME CARD. his C5 cent Comforts. I'aiieefrr trains Nsrth ... t Ma. m. Ciirintmaii presenU In the dry goods " Honth.. " . 2 Mf. line can ho had at J. V. Hayden'. Tuesday Morning, " m LOCAL NOTICES. i over the entire youth of the community to know that the beautiful comet.whlch Illumined the South eastern ky during the Fait month, In the wee ma' hour, will not appear again for 793 year. Hut then they will find some Im tin n (lock of Window (Hawaii the. excuae to get tip at an ungodly hour and Double thick kIm for flower pits. Penny sroue tboe who prefer aleep to scientific MoAllsler. inveillgationa at that time o'dar. Just teceired a now lolof cloak for laWe met a ragged little urchin yesterday dle and children and a fine lot of Doand akedt "Did you hang up your stocking lman. J, II. A 8. II. HllANKH. lartnighir "Vtthlher." "Did you get any thlngr "Yeth ther, a great big lump PERSONAL. I)n.(. II. MeltouKHTK, of Liberty, la er ahuger." "Get any toysorotherthlng?" "No ther; mammy said old Santa Claua with lila old friend here. give away all hi tor fore he got to our Mim Lucy Tatk and brother, Clar hou-e.- " The little fellow seemed perfectly ence, bare Rone to MItcliellaburg. tl'ded with the explanation and waa ap -- Mas. MAluitAl.r, of l'arkefllle, la vis parently prouder of hi big lump of augar King her sister, Mm. Col.T. I. Hill. than many polled children whewe stock V. W. Joiinsox and wife are via Mn. Ing were rammed and crammed with good itlng tbe family of Mr. Peter Httaub. and cortly thing. Mr. II. L. Mitobell, who liaa been lit H. K. MrrriNOs. I'reiident ZimmerIrifC In Mercer, lias returned to Paint Lick, Ooi. J. Ski, Mlt.t.rn, of IouIirille, la man requeat us to say that Itallroad on a abort visit to hia friend, Col. Burn M. meeting will be held In the Interest of the Cincinnati, Green Hirer and It. Ilardetl, at Mt. Vernon. Am. the bay were delighted to seethe 11. at the following place on the date : At Japer's Store, Lingraceful MIm I.i lira Kngleman at the natntd, coln county, Friday, Jan, 10th; Middle-burg- , Kink again Friday night. Caiey county, Saturday, Jan. 20th; Mm Dou. IlRVAr, Jof Itlie College y Liberty, county, Monday, Jan. 22d; Faculty, went to Oallalln, Tenn., to Dunnvilte, Caey county, Tueaday, Jan. Oirlatmaa with hrr kinsfolk. Misn lUr t'AnrrxTtii, a handsome 2.1d. A large attendance la requested at and popularyoung lady of the Went I!nJ, each of the above named places to further this great public Improvement. It visiting, MIm Minnie Dinwiddle. Ml.8 Hallie Fish and Itebecca and WAYNisnimo. Squire K, U. Caldwell, Ileatirrgard Stewart, of Crab Orchard, haro Jr., writes that hunting wild hoga la tbe orbeen vlsltlnif Mr. Dr. J. (I. Carpenter. der of the day over there. Several lots Mia Amanda Cook, daughter of, Mr. hT3nralira!y wlbLYrrdlsquadofsome M. J.Cook, the clever uierebant of Pfeas. 'JO or 30 are having some fine a port. When ant Valley, I visiting MIm Luella Harasey. cornered by t'oga they fight with desperaMil. CitAKi.fcf Sieubenillle, tion, and one or two of the party have been Ohio, la visiting Ida frienda here after fife attacked and ued up. One fellow bad hla year abience. Krrrybody la glad to ace pant torn oil and another was caught on film. Mim Mary IIkou'k and Sallle Van the nose of one of the Infuriated creatures dlreer, Stanford' charming representatives and thrown up In the air like a feather at Hamilton College, are at home for the Some 0 or 8 have been captured after longer chases than deer would have occasioned. Christmas. -- Coi.RM. Ilcnniirr, J. D. Chandler The Presbyterian church presented an and Mr. Uainea Adam were down yesler-da- y animated appearance laat afternoon as. we laying in bis supplies for the Clirirt-m- u looked in on the beautiful Christmas Tree tree at Ml. Vernon that was being laden with its hundreds of Mn. and Ma. G.T. FAnni were here present for the children and other. Busy IlernataJt. Ther at work were Misses Lucy yesterday en route to Burton, Sallie weie married on Thursday night last at Harrison, Sabra Pennington, Kiltie Wray' Faint Lick by Kev. J.C. Walden and the Jennie ltlcbanls, Betsy Pennington, Mrs bride was tin very ban Jsotne widow, Mra H P. Owsley and a number of others, and Henrietta Wild. when ther had completed the work it was Mbmkh. Jons C Smallwood and T. Indeed a thing,of beauty if not a joy forevC. Stringer, two clever gentlemen from er. It wa the prettied tree ever drct-e- d Imdon, made u a plessanl call Saturday in Stanford, and the large crowd that en and had their subscription label changed joyed it hit night showed that the labors up lo 1831. They snore that the I. J. la of the ladle had not been in vain. Before the beat piper in the Slate. the fruit began to be gathered from the Mr. (1 II. Lucas, formerly, of tree, the choir sang "Joy to tbe World" In la doing a thriving business in the an unusually fine manner, and Mr. McKI- grain Hade at No 7, l'ike'a Ilulldlng, roy delivered an appropriate prayer. Then The firm ia MorCrehan A Lucaa, for an hour or more Mers. J. W. Itout, and they deal on the tquarr. Our faroiera Mac Huflman, John J. Mcltoberts, Geo. D. might do well to correspond with them Wearen and Walter W. Owsley wero kept when they wish to fell any kind of their busy gathering and distributing the pres product!. ents. Mn Jog K. Wathih I taking In LouThe Masquerade Skate was a jolly isville and Cincinnati during the holidays. affair and drew a good crowd. The scene been connected with thia piper He haa for an hour was exceedingly grotesque as neirly erer alnce it establishment, eleven the skaters slldjiround in tbair fslse fsces years ago and a more faithful, palnataklng and other paraphernalia, which made their and prompt young man oould hardly be Identity a matter of doubt in all casta and found. Holding the difficult position of of absolute curiosity in many. In fact a foreman for aereral years, ho haa perform number of the maskers were ao well disguied hi dutiei admirably and to our entire sed that none save the floor committee had satisfaction, lie ha plenty ol ambition an idea who they were until tbe bell rung and energy and is destined to make a name lo lay aside the deception. Al Huffman, for himself. gotten up regardless of expense by his lady gloom McAI-ister- Ilov Paihth of l'enny A McAIIste r. Iluvywirsmmlinitlon of ll kind from Mcltoberts ti Htajtg. Nr.w stock of Jewelry ami Sllrerware at l'enny A McAlliterV. Watch w, Clocks and Jewelry repaired ml warranted by Penny A McAliater. Fa i.i. lot of Zeli:Ier' Shoe lint recele. ed (lid for sale at J. II AH. II. tiliankr. Htanoahii Kheet Music, Vocal and In. atriimental, for 10 cents at l'enny A Myers Ilnu-- e trealeI Its patron and a few Invited gtimt to a aplcndid din- Tiir ner ycterdsy. What "Ml Kitty" don't know about fixing up romethlng good to eat i hardly worth knowing. It will oal a snd Ca-e- girl and her frienda hope she will be able soon to do without hercrutch, Mr. D. Is on a visit to hi parent. Dee I For Salb. Four handsome residences. anxious for a mule trade. Mia Little CarWill sell very cheap, Stanford, Den. 2H, ter I at home, to the delight of friend. V. Craig. '82. Mr. M Cloyd and MI Belle Cash are at I have four or fir good building lots In Mr. A. MckinneyV Mis Jeffie D. Ilos Stanford for ale, elegantly located and two sell will spend Christmas In Cincinnati. of them the nicest In town. John Bright. Mr. and Mr. W. Smith are at Mr. I Ito sell's. Mr. Hume Logan Is a guest of hi In Pike county, near where Itev, George sister, Mrs, Ed Carter. ha O. Barnes held a meeting, a MADISON COUNTT. been established and named "Prale." The people wanted it named "Praise the Lord" Airktrilh. but the P. O. Department objected on ac Finnell A Burton who have been deal count of Its length. ing largely In turkeys for the past few . Saturday night, the devil himself teem week closed out their remaining lot of 201 ed to have been turned loose In Stanford, head to Mr. George Sarouela at $1 60 per and the big boy a well a the small boy pair. Mr. Jas Prewltt left for Mt. Sterling, was In hi npremet glory. There was a perfect pandemonium from 7 till 11:30, and a few day ago to take a position a saleswhile It wa fun to the boys, the property man In a mercantile house at that point. owner saw death and destruction resulting Mr. Albert Jones, of Kingston, is here Fortunately, however, no serious damage projpectlng for a location in which to enwa done, but It waa only the merest chance gage in the hardware business. If the farmers owning lands contiguof thst prevented it. The window-fram- e a window In the Myers House wa ret on ous to the village would lay off a number fine, a curtain In the bakery, Ac. So great of lots and sell them at figures that puramount of fireworks was never burnt before chaser could afford to pay we can see no reason why this should not become a conIn Stanford. InMany bualneM changes are in contem- siderable town in a short time. Elliott stitute has become so popular that many plation here on New Year's. Mr. Jos, H, persons are desiring to settle here for the McAlister will retire from the firm of purpose of educating their familiea. A Bright; but the business will con of II. C. Bright, who has tinue in the name MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. always been the active partner. He has Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. worked up a good trade, and la a most sucThe friends of Itev. Geo. O. Barnes cessful merchant. Mr. Aher Owsley will here tent him a small contribution yestergive his ton Walter an Intereat in hi gro- day morning. cery and hardware establishment, and the Next Friday is the last day that suits firm will be A. Owsley A Son. Mr. John can be brought to the January term of the Dinwiddle, the clever mine host of the St. Circuit Court. Asaph, will retire from Its control and Mr. Nearly all the engineers and contractHenry Baughman, its owner, will run it ors and many of the hands on the K. C. are till a good man come along to rent. There oft" lo spend tbe holidays. are numerous other contemplated change, Mr. J. L. Joplin has again opened his but as they are not fully consummated, we beer saloon. He says he intends to sell no are requested to withhold mention until liquors except beer, and thinks that by so they are. doing he wilt violate no law. local or general. DEATHS . While Pat Welch was trying lo scotch Mrs. W. B. Hansford died last week at tho wheels of a moving car on the sideher home in Somerset. track at this place Sunday, one of the wheels passed over bis hand, cutting off one of the RELIGIOUS. Look Nice, Go to Klaus' and gel beautiful calicoes at 4, G and 0 ct. per yard. post-ofiic- e m Buckltn't Arnica Salre. Tbsbest salts In lbs wotM for Cuts, Rrulivs, 0ore, Ulrert, Salt Rhtum, Fsver 8orrs, Tetter, Chapped Hinds, Clitlklalns, Coras, and all tkln Eruptions, and positively earea piles. It la guaranteed to alt entire satlifactlon or money refunded; ic Pries MeAlliter 15 eenti per bot. For aale by Tenny A GREAT CLOSING OUT Drug Store aa la now at Tenny A MeAllittr'a for a Trial Dottle of Dr. King' New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. All prrsona afflicted with Asthma, nronchltls, Hoarseness, Barers Conghs, or ssyslTectton of the Throat and Langs, can get a Trlsl Dottle of this great remedy free, by calling at above Drug Store. A Otneral Stampede. Ksvtrwai sneh a rush mads for any SALE. CHENAIILT I .'KW APVKIlTISF.Mi:TS. Established 1840. "BRADFORD" PORTABLE MILL. rixim COM.WHIATAIIII, for tii (M.iaaiTrn Srterlrllt AddrM puinlr TH0S.BRADF0F.DXCO. IN, IIS W !!., CINCINNATI, O. iiLLannisur.r rirta-it- II. TO THE PUBLIC. SEVEMUCO STANFORD, KIT., i On Jan t , the arm of 3tcA Hot er llrl alit will b dissolved, J. II. MeAlliter retiring. 11. C. Bright will continue tb business alone. We are anxloua" to settle the old partnership business aa soon at possible. Your account It ready for yeu, rieaa call and teltla Jsn. litbjr cth or note. All having claims against tha firm will present them for payment. Rcspectlully, J. It. 3IcALIHTi:it, II. C. UUIGIIT. CONFECTIONERY AJCD Desire to close out their entire stock of goods ! BAKERY! STANFORD, ... - KENTUCKY J. T. HARRIS -- KEEPS TH- E- ONLY BAKERY IN STANFORD, And tells all kinds of Cite and Breaa. Oysters and Fhh served at all hours. He keepa Tlao Finest Confectionery Ever In town fur the accommodation of both ladles M All he asks Is a call. and gentlemen. And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. We have 815,000 worth of new and desirable Eall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, This is not the tail-en- d Ilr-suv- S. Iat The Episcopal Church of Kentucky propose to establish a High School in the State, but tbe location baa not yet been de cided upon. Biecher's church at Brooklyn only In creased 14 during the year now closing. The membership embraces 855 males and 1,070 females. The efforts of the United Presbyterians to raise $500,000 commemorating their first quarter ot a century, are being crowned with succen. Seven persons have subscribed $5,000, and more than $100,000 have been secured. The rad intelligence cornea from Let" ington that the colored pistor of tbe Pleasant Grove church has been sent to the work house for three months for stealing coal Hi charge failed to pay him and he had to go either to work or steal and of course he stole. fingers. Dan-Titl- e, The meetlngat the Presbyterisn church which had been in progress two weeks, clos ed Sundsy night with 13 confessions, Mr. Sam Itout being the only one to do so since our last report. Dr. J. M. Evan, who haa conducted it, barring hi disagreeable ges that he ture and the agoniting so frequently Interpolates into bis sermon, a very fine preacher and reasoner, and hi ministrations have greatly revived the membership -h! 1 LAND. STOCK AND CROP. LOCAL MATTERS. Klasa'. do to the "Twin Front." Plaid Cotton at 8 ct. per yard at It. P. Owsley ia cloning out bla cloak and dolman at cost. A vrwh banana, Ac, lot of candle, nut, oiangcs, McAliater A llrlght. I). Klaw keep Cotton ami Tiokino. both Iheae body. article 4 cheaper than any House for rent from Jan. Now occupied by V. T. Green. 1, 188M. Apply to M. D. Klmore, Stanford, Ky. Good s TllK Chrisluiss Tree at llrlghl's School-HouSaturday night waa well filled with present', and a large crowd wan In attend-nse To liKDUOE iu7 stock of Dry Good, Aa, I ofler apecial InducemenU in prices for the next week or two. Call and see how low gooJa can be sold. J. V. Hayden. will glre a riir.r. akat-In- g to which It patthe Ulnk at ron and the public are cordially Invited. aa to The queation will then be canva-esome pedal occaalou during the holidays. Thk management d LINCOLN COUNTf. L. Hweli, didn't get to Congrew by Near McCormack's Church. wa yttj successful In soma 600 or 000 votes but he ha beeu giv- aey Fortune-Teller- ," A little girl at Mr. James Carter's, en hi reward. It la In the shape of Gen- her part and dressed It very becomingly, at TumeraTille. eral Storekeeper and Guager for the Eighth Mis Julia Cooper waa a very pretty "Little Mr. Jesse Carter, near Mllledge?llle, Kentucky and It la a bigger thing Uotieep," and Mia Bessie ! ltichsrds aa sold bis farm of 81 acres to Mr. Wyatt than liejever expected to get. "Tambourlna," waa a lovely little "Olpsey Sandidge and son for $ 10 jter acre. -- i . appeared as a very fsthtonablo friends, young Queen Klltabeth, and acted bl part so well that several young gentlemen, poured forth a tale of notably G M love in his not unwilling ear, and the number and aeverlty of the hand squeezes he got from the other fellows, incapacitated him from following hi usual vocation next day. Jim Severance acted the young lady too with marked auccesa and fooled a good many who were ignorant of the mysteries of female form divine. But those feet and those limbs gave him dead away to those who had aludied such subjects. Tom John son, as Mr. Langtry. waa exceedingly beau tiful and richly attired but hi monkey bu- ines soon told on him. Owing to the fact that a protracted meeting wa prevailing au the Pretbyterlan church, to which many of the beat skaters belong, tbe number of lady maskers was not so large a It otherwine would have been, but what waa lacking In quantity was made upln quality. Miia Annie Brown waa an exceedingly charming "Cinderilla" and her pretty cos- tuiae was much admired. Miss Cornle Cooper waa plendidly disguised as a "Jockey" and aa long as she sat her identity was an enlgms, but she has a peculiar, tho' graceful, motion while skating that can not be Imitated by any body or discarded by her. Mist Mattie Dinwiddle, as tbe "GIp. 'Squire Portman sold to Price Hudson mule at $160. s Utley hay press for sale. John Bright, Stanford. G. A. Benedict sold to Lewis Dudde-ra- r 125 mountain ewes at $3.75. Fourteen broke mules and 2 bull calves for sale. It. B. A E. P. Woods, Stanford, Ky. Hon. II. T, Derrlckson recently sold 20,000 acres of timber land in Powell, county, Ky., at $3 60 per acre. The subscriptions to the Louisville Cotton Exposition Fund have reached 2J0,O0Oj thereby inaurlng ita certainty and 19 First-clas- The amount of whisky which came hereby express Saturday, in packages containing from one to font gallons, and ad dressed to various parties, is estimated at two barrels. The members of Ashland Lodge, No. 370, F. A A. Y. M., will meet in their ball In Mt. Vernon evening, 27th E. H. BURNSIDE, Inst., at 0 o'clock, for the election of officers to serve during the ensuing twelve months. Woll - Known This Old White all tbe merchants were busy xts Still last Saturday, Mr. J. L. Whitehead was High particularly so. His storo was thronged AMD with customers all day, and he and his Its Proprietor i Determined that Second to no uountry clerk were kept so busy wsiting on them it Snail be the State in its Pare, Hotel in that they couldn't find time to go to their Appointments, or Attenmeal. It pays to advertise. tion to Comfort of Freight train, No. 20, was wrecked their Quests. North of Hazel Patch Sunday night; five itIII be cars were thrown from the track. They Raffcaae coarse, conveyed to and from the depot npcriai KronDQUHivni iv tree or to Commercial Travelers. The Bar will bs were pushed out of the way and the track alwaie sapplled with the choicest cleared in time for the passenger train Monbraadaof Iduaoraaad Clears. day morning. The Northbound passenger train broke a rail between Brodbead and Gum Sulphur Monday morning, but by a stroke of good luck the train passed over in salety. Main St.. Stiuifonl, Ky. About People. Misses Ida and May Adams, of Daughters College; Mis Mattie Williams, of the Louisville Female High DIN WTDDIErPRO'It. School; Mr. Caspar Williams, of the Louis JOHN ville Law School, and Mr. A, G. Lovell, of tbe Louisville Medical College, are all al OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 home spending the holidays. Mr. J, D. Chandler has returned from an extended 92.00 and successful Southern trip in the interest Special Accommodation to Commercial of the Laurel Coal Association. MYERS HOTEL, STANrORD. KY. Propr. and maintains Hotel Eoputation, member c'.,'to sell in this way. - Re- of a stock of goods that we arc closing out, but the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy. We will make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, who will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. December 19, 1882. ST.ASAPHHOTEL QUI PRICE! We Will Sell Everything in our BOARD, PER DAY. success. My. E. F. Gaines, who took three premiums at our corn show, measured the yield of 40 acres of bis crop and found that it was 18 barrel to the acre. Lincoln county land is hard to beat, Mr. Gaines Is a No. 1 farmer and don't you forget it. At the sale of Perry Walker, dee'd, In Madison, shoal brought about $6 per cwt ; yearling steers $14 to $24.25 per head; 10 $41.60; 5 yearling heifers $10 heifers 20 per head; three $30.05 per head; cows from $20 to $50 50 per head; one yoke oxen $101; fodder 7 per hundred; cents per shock; oats $212 corn, $1.75 In the shock. fltegliter. Call en J. H.Miller, Esq. Hldor Interior Journal; Since the declination of J. E. Lynn as a candidate for our next Representative, we eugrfeet the name of John II. Miller. He Is a man of pure democratlo antece dents, capable, aa honest aa the days are long and will never decleve anybody. Jonathan Owaley, J. M. Martin, Craig Lynn, John G. Martin, A. C. Tucker, T. M. Boone. P. II. Napier. HallaGap.Dec 25.1882. Enterprising Newspaper. The Louisville Weekly Commercial announces that hereafter Its yearly subscription price will be only One Dollar. This reduction will make the Commtrtial the cheapest and best general newspaper in tbe State. It will also be greatly improved. On January lit, it will appear in an entire new and handsome dress and will contain, among other valuable features, Whyto- Melville's celebrated novel "KATEKFEL- TO." The adventures of the hero and his thoroughbred race mare Katerfelto, with the charming and yet thrilling love story of W aif and John Garnet, make the tale one of profound intereit throughout. There I not a dull chapter In the entire novel. In order to obtain the first chapters of this tale of unparalleled popularity, sub scriptions should be tent to the Commercial at once. 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ITIuelpM, Stanford, Lincoln Co., JCj. COST! KB' 'Ml: ' A Grand Offei. You can get tbe Lobisviixe Democrat for one year and 12 books, standard authors, separately bound in fine manilla, beautid for fully printed on fine paper, tbe small sum of $3. Copy of paper and list of books sent free. Address W. II. Munnell, LouIstIIU, Kentucky. post-pai- 1831 CVLTIVATOK 1883 ! COUM11Y GENTLEMAN tux Tim mut or Agricultural Weeklies. MnlloiiEKTH A Staqo have aold an Harvey Mcltoberts a Jesse James; Will amount of Clirlituia trlx, but their Bright a a jolly luak Walton; llobt. Feu tig supply i not yet exhauaUd, and to lei as the "Devil on a Him page; Frank to sell they will brgin to-d- ay cloe out Kngleman at "Midshipman Eiay;" Jim of wt. If you haven't supplied Cral; an an old Shaker, and Jim Carson a youmelf, now I your time. an "Othello Young Man" were especially noticeable. Joe Hayden represented a funQllKtmus DAY wa almost incident here, and but for the crowd of darkies in ny comic character and u did Charley Cartowu It would hardly have been taken for son, Malo Wearen, Davy Skinner, Walker the jollieat holhly In the year. Mayor McKiuney and John Bright. Little ClarWu. Daugherly provided sgaluat any poa-aib- le ence Anthony as a "Highland Lad" was trouble eirlr In the day by putting on very handsomely dressed, and represented an additional police force, but the only ar bis part well, The whole thing was much rest during the day wa Sam Myers, rofd , enjoyed, aod some weie so enthusiastic aa to wsnt a repetition at once, who was drunk and disorderly. Girl." Among tbe gentlemen maskers, Kdna K. Hill will glte a candy pulling to ber young friend on the SOtb, Card are out for sereral sociables during tbe holidays. One at Mr. W. Dunn's, on the 20, and at Mr. D. McKlttrlc'sontbeSS Mr. Kugeue Cosby is quite lick. Our other tick are all conTalesIng, except a young lady wbs Is grieving because ber beuu baa left and will not be here to give her tbe usual Cbrlatmaa treat. Sweet hearts seem to give a deal of trouble. Miss Minnie Cosby, who bu been in Stanford for sometime under tbe treatment of Dm. Ptloa and Held, I much better and Is now on a tislt to her slater, Mrs. T J. Hill. Mlsa Mionle is a bright, beautiful -- Mrs. The President of the City Bank ot llochester, N. Y., Inrested $150,000 in oil speculations that did not materially and now he is a fugitive and the bank U busted. J. V. Htiber, Secretary of theY. M. O. A., atLoulevltle, was waylaid, beaten and lobbed there Sunday night. Frank Mc Queen and another hoodlum hare been arrested. F. L. Jones, at Starkrllle, Mis., for murder waa hanged Friday and a negro who attempted to outrage a white girl near Kelson, Qa., was taken from jail by a mob and lynched, It is reported that Robeson, of New Jersey, can haye the Spanish mission if he wants it. Almost all the defeated candi dates, republican, in the fall elections, hare been, mentioned in this connection. The Country Gentleman is tbe leading; journsl of Amerkau agriculture. In amount and practical Talus ot contents, In extent and ability or In quality of sp and stylo of publication, It occudles lbs FlltaT rank It Is lo bare do supnlor In tllbtr of lbs throe cbltf dlrUlonsof form Crop niif l'vaeemtee, Ilorth, culture fiml trult'Ofoiclitu, Stock mul Duliultia, Whlloltalio locludrsall minor dtparliutnts of rural Inltresl, sucn aa ins ruuurj i im, luumuoi-og- r, rr OreenbouMaud Ursperjr, ItrpllM, r'arui Questions aod Abswers, neSUlUg, mIUV"v mvuwiuj. ..u m .uw t ta insrr of lbs hewa of lb' Weetandlis Mtrktl mutb atltntluu aro uuuiuilljr complete, fa paid lo I lie Troiitfcta of Crvpi, aa Ibrowlng llgbt Qiiesttoua-Wb- en uikiu Ibsiuost Impoitaul of all toBur stid vbtu to (fell. Ills llUralljr lllu.tr:-te- d to aupplj loaconlluuillr and la InWnded degree, and to tbe best srute of tbaleriu, irCSIUO Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. .'' We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and A Livo Agricultural Nowspapor. Tbs Volume ol lbs Country Qentlcuun for IW-wu greatly ENL.AHUEII by Increasing Ita sits from 10 lo tu pages wMkly.but lbs terms still as follows, wbsnpald strictly la adraocs. Ops copy one year, U Av; four coplw, flu, and an additional copy for lbs year free to tbe aendsrot lbs club; leu copies, IM, and an additions! copy for t ba ysar frts to tbe aeadur of lb club. uiTAll new tuUcrllwrs for 1MS3 paylog lu now will roortrs tbs paper wrvkly trom January I. 163. wlluoul CUSrgS M- THIS IS THE TIME. $Cutlr statu, I'ertlasd, VW C"70 WEEK. Iliads? at bows easily luade. Outfit Ire. AddreMTsuaiCo., BRUCE, '""s. BniIs CU. Ct tn 29flt,''!r AUdlMt OTIIK awoila ivyavDUH, ' Maine, - Dpeiiuivu CViV irrv. S.IJ rilKK lUCHtK rubllsbeis, A hH.V. Albany,!), x 4uuiih WARREN & CO. r 5tnu-Mc(hlii nltriorournal 2G, 1882 tunr.r.T scexkh j.y madhw. Tho Madrilcnos offer not a flat, but rather an extremely round, contradiction to this gcncrnl and accepted idea of tho national appearance. Slcndorness is tho exception with them. Their city is a forced ilowcr in tho midst of mountain lands, and tho men themselves rcjoico in a rotund and puffy look of succes", which also partakes of tho character. Thoy are pcoplo of leisure, and, after their mauncr, of pleasure. IIow they swarm in their cafes, in the Gatoof tho Sun where they keep up tho Moorish custom of calling waiters by two claps of tho hands or on tho ouo great thoroughfare, Callo do Alcala, or Thoy of n Sunday in tho bull-rinever' sleep, or, if thoy do, others tako their placos in tho public resorts. Tho clamor of tho streets, and oven tho snarl ingcryof tho "La Cvr hot-hou-- o ng 1 nows-vende- 8TANPOBD. ICY. Tuesday Morning, December VliXSlTl Mow th OF POPULATIOX, r . PtopU of the Vnllnl Matt Art Vhlrlbulcit. Tho census reports eomo interesting facta in regard to areas of population classified accordion; to degrees of densi- ty. . Tlio census compilers divido thol.CCO, 570 squaro miles of settled territory ia tho country into flro classes of "areas," tlio first consisting of thai which contain from two to six perrons to tho square milo; Uio second, that having six to eightocn to tho squaro milo ; Hits third, eighteen to forty-fiv; tho fourth, forty- respondentia," or "Jil J)cmocra(a-a- " &o to ninety, and tho fifth, over nine is kept up until tho small hours ; and ty. Except during tho decado from at 6 or G tho restless stir begins again 1890 to 1870 there has been a comparawith tho silver tinkling of licet mule, tively sternly increase, of tho total settled bells. There aro no area, varying from 20 to 30 per cent, watchmen in Madrid ; but tho custom whilo tho pcrccntago of incrcaso in pop of g is rampant in Spain ; ulation has been somotvhat higher. lb and here, in addition to tho newsman, 1700 when tho first census wni taken, wo have tho wail of tho water-crier- s mintho first class of areas was tho largest ; istering to an unqucnchablo popular whilo not quito holding its rolativo and, thirst, tho lottery-tickh sellers, tho position, it has steadily lncrcasod in ex peddlers, and a dozen others. tent of territory from 83,180 to 381, 820 Tho favorito bird of tho country is a h of rqnare miles, or moro than . kind of a lark called alondra, much hung tho whole. Tho incrcaso during tho hi cages outsido of tho windows, whence-thelast decado was from 215,807 to 381,820 utter with that monotonous recurdo sqnaro miles. This sparsely-settlerence which seems a fixod principle ot main is, of course, chiefly in tho West, all tilings Spanish a hard, piercintr on both sides of tho Rocky mountains, tripplo note impossiblo to ignore. This but it includes large tracts in some o' loud, persistent "twit, " re tho older States. Absolutely unsettled sembling at a distance tho click of districts are, of course, not included in begins about daybreak, and gives it. Tills and tho next two classes of a most discouraging notion of the Span'areas, narqely, thoso having from six ish musical car. to eighteen and from eighteen Of course there, is home life and there forty-fito persons to tho is family affection in Madrid, but tho square tnilo, are predominantly agriculU stranger naturally docs not see. a gr;at ural in their character. It is stated as deal of theso ; and then it may bo doubtgeneral rulo that agriculture as carried ed whether thoy a really exist to tho samo on in this country will not afford employ oxtent as in most other civilized capitals. ents. ment aud support to moro than forty-fivW "Accept no man, fur his fine tal- kClUBRATEO It becomes wearisome, to mako sallies persons to tho square mile. Tho total upon tho town, and day after day find reject no man fur his old clothes ; stand extent of tho second class of areas has so much of tho population trying to di- him out in de sunlight an' average, him. increased from 83,810 squaro milos in vert itself or killing timo in tho cafes You will bo sartin to fin' sunthin' bad 1790 to 373,890 in 1880, but tho increase and clubs. Tho feeling deepens that about him, but you will nlso bo sartin to ' has been comparatively slight in thai thoy resort to theso for want of a snfll- - fin' sunthin good." last throa decades. They are included ciently-closinterest in their homes. chiefly, in the Western and Sonthcrn More than that, thoy do not scorn really TJHLJiLAVK 1WA1CS CUXXIXO. States, and indicate- an early ttago of to bo juauseiL I really think that Bruin possesses tho r settlement on rugged and nnpro&ctive lails to express tho amusement idea ; tho i sense ot humor; at all events his actions soil. Tho third class ipresentsajSgnly most that anything can bo for them, in point that way, and there is no doubt successful state 'THSeulkiroMd but tho vernacular, is " entertaining." Still that ho is extremely cunning and Kttlo admixture ofJelMKSidustries. It 1 onco had an English friend tho choico of light diversion is varied is tho largesjfrallin "extent, comprisenough. Opera flourishes in winter, in visiting mo, who played tho fluto. Ho ing KHjUOOsquaro miles of our settled spring and summer tho bull-fig; thea was in tho habit of marching up and .iejrrftCry, against 170,529 in 1870, and down, whilo playing, near a tamo bear ters are always in blast ; cocking-main- s only C9,2S2 at tho time of tho first cen- are kept up. Hitherto gambling has had at tho time. Tho bear had a piece sus It includes large tracts of such been another favorito pastime, until ot stick about two feet long, which he States sa Maine, Now Hampshire, After a checked by tho authorities. Not con- tossed about for amusement. Item in'ii-th t etamina, vital encerr well as tho greater part of tho tent with all this, tho Madrilenos seek time, ho camo to handle tho stick very , or vcli.teer Jon n., the to call ths rr.UUut povrtr wuiLa agricultural States of tho West and in lottery shops that excitement which much as my friend did his flute. This clix butlUi Ujj.umt the ciutrt of Uirm ami South. annoyed my sensitivo friend, and in redeath, It UnirnJ nrr(iuinl of bralib. Americans derivo from drinking-saloontU tho It it when garruon Vwrak, Uuiuaa fortrrti, The areas having a population of Tho brightly-lighte- d llcy ilia true it waxra and lottery agency oc- venge ho teased tho bear with uncouth la to throw la rtlnforcfnituti. Iu otbtr forty-fivto ninety to tho squaro milo curs as frequently as that other indica noises. Bruin sniffed and whinod, and an mrrgenc7 occurs, wanli, whea inch ronunnce a cour of IlmtttttT'a' nmr. are thoso where commercial and manu- tion of discaso, tho apothecary's win waited his opportunity for delivering a nl Ifealtn, lownoiu for aale lir DruxxliU Almanac for ISA with' his paw at his facturing industries are largely carried dow, in American cities. People of all tremendous blow I'p'y for Jloateuirr's on and a variety of occupations exist. classes hover about them both by day enemy, whoso tall hat was knocked Thoy are found in excess of any other and by night. Posters confront you completely over his eyes. Ho escaped CHESAPEUKE AND OHIO RY. ja? such States as Massachusetts, Conwith announcements ot tho Child Jesus being scalped by dropping flat and roll r. necticut, New York, Pennsylvania and Lottery, tho lottery to aid tho Asylum ing out ot the reach of This Ohio. Thoy have increased in total ex of Our Lady of tho Assumption, or tho bear spent much of his timo in tho tree fclXSt OUtO tent from 174,030 square miles in 1870 National, which is drawn thrico a month, to which ho was chained, and when KOIltUCky 8 to 232,010 in 1880. Their entire extent with a chief prizo of $32,000, and some-40- climbing usually got his chain twisted 5 1790 was 13,051 square miles. Tho other premiums. There aro many over and unaer the branches fn a most Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. fifth class of areas, or thoso having over small drawings beside constantly going intricato manner, but never failed to The only line ruoniog ninety inhabitants to tho square milo, on ; not u day posses, in fact, without tako out every turn as ho descended. amount to only 21,550 square miles in your being solicited by wandering deal- A friend who owned a tamo bear told PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS tho wholo country. Tho incrcaso for ers in theso alluring clmnco3 at least mo that, for a long timo, ho could not tho lastdecado was 0,218 square miles, half a dozen times. George P. Latltrop, account for the mysterious way in which the poultry disappeared. Observing, at tthich was greater both absolutely and in Harper's Magazine. Sebitively than for any previous period different times, a good many feathers vritAiiins. ofUiesarno length.4 It included only Mr. O. W. French, of Philadelphia, around Bruin's pole, he began to suspect LoiiIhyUIc, Cincinnati itml Lex 880 square miles when tho first census presented Bomo curious facts concerning that tho bear was tho culprit, Closo ington, ity., was token. New Jersey and IUiodo tho results of tho astronomical and geo- watching confirmed his suspicions. Island.aro tho only States in which the metrical investigations of tho great When Bruin thought he was unobextent of these thickly-settleCJTY, areas is In Pyramid before a meeting of Now York served, he would seize any unfortunate of that of any of tho others. fcxos ministers. Tho chief purpose of tho hen or chicken within his reach and de- Connecting In unit depot 'with fut trtlni lor 'fOw-t&iof the Territories, as Arizona, speaker was to provo that the Pyramid vour it ; but it any one approached beIMatlin, Montana and Wyoming, contain records tho prophetio history of Judaism fore ho could complcto tho meal, he eSf78rea 1 the first class. Now Mex- - and Christianity. Tho Pyramid was would Bit upon his proy until the danger iWpWashington and tho Stato of Ore- built before idolatry mado its way into of discovery had passed. Ho was be- The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, gon are credited only with tho first and tho world, and, as was claimed, contains trayed, at last, by tho cackling of on old ho failed to silence. Charles second classes. States liko California, no symbol of falso worship, and this hen that Florida, Minnesota and Texas have con firmed tho Scriptural knowledge of C. Ward, in Century Magazlnt. All Virginia and North Carolina nono of tho fourth and fifth. Of tho Points. God held by Abiinelech, King of Gesar, LVAllX ruUJC IWSIXKSS. For ticket and lurtbtr Information, apply to squaro miles having moro than and of tho Egyptian Pharaoh in tho timo your nearal ticket office, or tuldrcM A young mau in a loathor store used isktety inhabitants each, 10,750 ore ia of Abraham. According to Mr. French, JaXES C. ERNNT. Uenl. Soulhweitern Agent, to feel very impatient with his employer Pennsylvania, 8,065 in New Jersey, tho narrow passageway in tho Pyramid SIS W. Main St., LouImIUo, Ky. Massachusetts, 2,120 in Now symbolizes tho voyago of life, which for keeping htm year after year (or thrco V. W.NMIT1I. II. W. riJI.LEK. (ien'l I'M'r Aft. Utn'l Manager, years handling hides. But he saw tho York," and 2,000 in Ohio, leaving 3,355 slopes ltlehmond, Virginia downward to a dark hole beneath uso ot it years after when, iu an estabdivided unoqually among seven other tho earth's surface- and upward to tho States, including tho District of Colum- " King's chamber," where tho temper- lishment of his own, ho was able to tell CONDENSED TIME. by tho touch tho exact quality of tho square bia, tho wholo o( whose sixty-fivature stands unchangeably at 03 do- - goods. It was only by tho thousands of milos falls witliin this Category-.- Rhode grccs. Tho horizontal passago symbol-ize- s repetitions that tho lesson was learned NASHVILLE ; LOUISVILLE Island and Connecticut aro tho only tho departure, of the Jews from States mado up wholly of tho fourth and Egypt and also their rejection of tho and so it is with everytldng in which wo Il.tlXKOAD LINE. acquire skill. fifth classes, and Wisconsin is tho only Christ. Then tho perpendicular ascent, Tho d iu one including tho wholo. tho overhanging wall, and a particular T1UINS (IOINQ NORTH. ' every .business outnumber tho others, step in the pyramidal sign (anguago dozens to Nor. it, 12. one. Daniel Webster onco Ex. Han. A.MIXISTKICS VAUatlTKlt. mean that tho higher a man rises toward replied to n young man who asked htm Lie. KIchmond. m Mr. Spurgcon tells a story of an Amer45 am tho divino and tho hoaveuly tiio moro Lancaater... 0 if there was " any room iu tho legal proican minister who thought ho heard his " Wllllamiburg..., 00 " room there is for him, though tho as" 7 00 " fession :" "There is always room at tho daughters talking scandal in a harsh " Llvlogiton .... a oo cent may be diillcult. Tho inscription top." Tho ' Crab Orchard... better you know your busimaqner with some visitors, and after 0 07 " ' tilanlord...... on tho Pyramid was taken by the lect- ness tho better your chiuieo to rise, You thujrWricnds had geno ho opened tho " Whelbr air. 10 u urer to mean the uuity ot God and tho con gather much information Diuvllle junction. 10 19 by making 'door and reproved them. "But, fath- fulfillment ot " Mllcbellaburg. 10 42 " certain propliiciea in 1881 a wise uso ot your eyes anil cars, and " IUnoa. 1160 er," they answered, " what sliall wo talk und viow " New Haren. ... of tho events of last year ho in 12 63 pm perhaps bo ablo to surpriso your emabout I Wo must talk of something.'' Lebanon J unction... 1U thought theso symbols of the Pyramid ployer in an emergency by stepping Arr. ClnclnnillJunotlon ' . too "If you can do nothing else, get a were something moro than mere coin .. " Loutavllle S It into tho next mans placeaud' di soharg-in- g pumpkin and roll it about," lio answered. cidenco. The prophecies ot Daniel conTBAINS UOINU oOUTII. his duties satisfactorily. So learn Not long after, the girls heard an osso--e cerning tho destruction of Jorusalom in vour business. 2x,' ban. Nov J, leSC elation of (ministers at their house, get seventy weeks and tho 2,300' days were Lve. Iulivllle. .... ting veryrnuch excited, and almost losIIS BO fcaid to briug out 1881, aud also tho TUB OtSUMAX AltilV Or 1870. Lre. btanford...... t 00 pm ing their temper. The eldest daughter " 2 12 " Appcalyptio vision ot 1200 from tho appears from tho last volume of tho Arr. CrabOrchard It Llrlngitoa ..... 4 10 " got a pumpkin and took it into tho " Ixindou .,.. 6 20 Mohammedan hegira iu 021 givo tho history which Germany is publishing of ' Willlauiburg . 7 20 ll room, saying, "There, father, roll it ' same unto. Hut the Pyramid shows a the late war with Franoe that the num- Lve. Lancaater 2 60 about." Arr. KIchmond. t 10 " plus 1881, which includes part of tho ber ot men whom Germany put into tho iEsfolibh vegetarians now style them-fri- current year, so that great religious field for fighting purposes was 87,101 PULLMAN PALACE OAR8 Ot "veinists." Tho word is derived oculs may bo looked for in this year of ofllcers and 1,113,251 subordinates. To Mewpbla, Utile Hock. Mobile, Mootgotuery, 'iron "vein" a combination of tho ini- grace 1882. A symbol of tho Messiah theso 1,110,350 men 200,000 were nursed and New Orleaoa. tial letters of vegetables, eggs and milk, was also found iu tho capstouo, as " tho in field hospitals and 812,021 in hospi- Emigrant. toTexai have tbelrcliolceoftworoutea: via MewpblaorvU New Orleana: Time much quicker and ratca lowir than by any other 1'rof. Newman, who fathers tho new ap- head ot tho corner." Thoso theories ot tals for resorvos. Tho lives lost num route. Illi alio the tho symbolism of tho Pyramid havo bered 129,703, of whom 0,217 were offipellation, says that tho titlo "vegetarian " is misleading and inaccurate, and often been discussed before, and thoy cers and 123.153 subordinates. Moro QUICKEST, 0EEAPE8T AND BEST aro very interesting, but general opinion, f th an 10,000 men cither died in battle or Koute to all polttla In Mluuurl, Kanaaa, Illloobl, (hat sotno substituto was necessary. Indlaua, Iowa, Nebraaka, we believe, has concluded that thoy aro afterward from their wounds. Iu ad Only one ctiiuje to Chicago, Colorado. Arkanua. bt lxula and Eaat, For fuitherlnfurmatluu about tUkata to the simply en ingenious leading up of cer- - ditiou to the. money which tho war cost i TxlkitT, puro and unalloyed felicity. Houtb, Kanaaa, Colorado, au fat sot a plant of earthly growth ; her tain facts and figures to fit preconceived . the stato there wore voluntary coutributlortda, addreaa C. 1. ATMWM2, and Ticket Agt., Loulavllle, Ky. . lieu. I tions of 812,000,000. I aud alrcotir accepted Ideas. i are ekiea. Or , J, Anthony, Aft., cJlaofuid, Kj, o night-howlin- g street-hawkinet wax-matcone-fiftd twit-twit,s, vo o "flOOJ O.VK" OX HAttXtTM, Lecturers on science-- or writers con Brother Gardner, of tho Limo Kiln Club, nccted with agriculture, should avoid "was to sy to you dat do pusson who sciontlfio terms as much as osth1o, or1 expects to Injoy dis llfo muV mako up clso explain them. A good story usod his mind to striko do world on do ginornl to lie told of P. T. IUrnmn, who, having average. Ho who neglects to do so will attended t au agricultural lecture-whomeetwld doily sorrows and disapint-ment- s, tho speaker was very lavish In his praisDoan' expect dat do mm who es ot mnriato of soda as a fertilizer, went happens to agrco wid yen on do wcallie in tho morning and ordered soveral tons am sartin to agrco wid yon on politicks. to be tent to his farm, which iu duo It doan' toiler dat do man who agrees timo was delivered. His farmer opened wid yon on twliticVs will feel bound to ono of tho casks with the intention ot apaccept your kind of religion. Do tack plying it, and was not a little surprised dat you lend your naybur your shovel with its familiar appearance, and, on doan' bind him to lend you his wheel- - tasting it, was antisQed that its appear- barren Ho who looks for honesty what anco did not liclio it, for it was common ho finds gray ha'rs will bo as sadly dis- salt. Ho started for Mr. Barnnm, and appointed as ho who argues dat an old accosted him iu tho following manner : coat am do sign ot a thief or a beggar. "Mr. Barnum, what did yon say that Put faith in human nalnr', and yet bs stuff was that camo yesterday ?" " Mn. cber ready to doubt. riatoof sodal" "Muriato of sodal" " I expect to meet about so many said tho farmer. "It's nothing butsaltl" mean men in do coursa of a y'ar. "Nonsense," said Mr. Barnum. "Jt Is " I expect do summer will bo hot aa mnriato of soda." " Mr. Barnum, como do winter cold. and seo for yourself." Ho wont, ho Baw "I expect to havo chilblains in De- and luted it, and deolarcd it to bo the cember an shakos of do ngcr in April greatest fraud over perpetrated. He "I oxpect dat a sartin per cent, otdk started for tho city, and went directly to world's popnlashnn will lio to mo, steal tho dealer from whom it was bought, my cabbages, frow stones at my dog an' and asked what tho stuff was thoy had hit mo wi 1 a brickbat as I go homo from sont him. Their reply was, " Muriate do lodge. of soda, as ordered." "It is a mistake, " On do odder hand, when I como to for it is nothing but commen salt" strike do average, I kin put my hand on Thon, for tho first limo, ho learned thai men who will lend mo money on my common salt and muriate ot soda aro on bond, speak well of mo an' sot up all and tho samo thing. night to protoo' mo. Hall's Catarrh Cure is ttktn Internally "No man am pcrfeck. no may striko It acta directly upnn the blosd and thermi you at fust sight as werry good or worry ons surface.! of the system. Price, 75c. bad, but doan' decido until you average For sale by Pf nny A McAliMer, Stanford. him. Ho may beat a Btrect kyar com If Catarrh has destroyed your senae of pany, an' yit bo honest wid a butcher. smell and hearing, HiII'h Catarrh Cure will Ho may crawl under do canvas to sco a cure you. 75 centi per bottle. Druggtala circus, an yit pay his pow rent in ad- Mil It. vance. Ho may ho to you as to how ho $100 nEWAKD wotcd, an' yit tell dd truf about a spav- Is offered for any care of Catarrh that can't ined boss. Ho may cuss on do street, be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken and yit bo a tender father at home. Ho Internally. Prjce, 75 cents. may inconrago a dog fight, an yit walk a milo to restore a los'. cliilo to its par- Amt.iama stnx. "What I was gwino to remark," said A , OO JUHT t UU WKMT ISO TH oo Noirriit - t Lincoln County Farm For Salel CHURCH niRdCTUHI. -I- VIA LOUISVILLE OHIO & 3 MISSISSIPPI A. W. 3 etery Hunday mninlng and ihlr.1 Ilayer Meeting ee.ry Hunday hchool a. . a half roll oflhxnn? turnpike now Mngrvn-- I IUt II Tha Morrlioii, Dtiivrlntetidenl. An f trnctM from Stanford to Mlnlonary Koclety meeia her on the lat from Iht dwelling titlhaflkr. Munday In eaeh month, at 1 o'clock. Mra. T T. (HUM dirt-roa- Ionrforl irltatly my farm of IJSarrral on lilt lllrrr, S rollra Paitol Stanford. llhln Well watered with Anetr-rlomical water lniirofemenl ths renting Terina literal MKTIItlDlnr, nlgnleifei.t the Thnrtdty nltht. SOUTH IST. II. f Jterrienn, t. ttKi DAILY TRAINS TIIK BAST AND WORTH. Louisville to Cincinnati! Frta furlor Can and Maw Day Cnachta Without ' tuanft, 4 DAILY TRAINS 4 XiOuiNVillc to St. JLoiiIh are Mirk and frame, with loruumt 1)11 lra, 1'iealJenl. acme ol them medArit-elaIncluding' UV. J. M. Ilaer't 1'aalar. fertlcea AddrrM or eall on BA1TIHT. and fourth flundaya, morning and .1HN.NAKAII'KII( I'rayer Meeting eeery Wednesday afternltht. Stanford. Lincoln county Ky. noon. Hunday fchwl at 1 10 a. m. It, K. narrow T.(m Superintendent illllirtYTAN W orahlp by the congregation e. ery day STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, en FlratLnnfa ThtrJ Preaching by lr J. W. Hoi Funday Hchool Ixird'adara and al t IS Joa. Meterance, rluperlntendcnt. DEfOT 8T , HTANFOrtrt, KV , ri:itlAN. rltlliTII -I- ter I. H. Mrfll- I roy. paator. Munday Hchool al ( to, John W. e.&.WIKC, Ilcut, 8uirlntendent. Union Prayer Meetlngon Wednea.lay nlghta. aJJJJJJJJJJJJJJjaLitv naitat la Ilull.llnn J AND THE WEST. 81fplng Cata and Day Cnathea lo 81. Koult With- oui mange. JHLfgfjPl fWB III Tableti.Ac Maible o all Mnnnmenta, lleadatonea, Wotk OPERA HOUSE. sTANionn. klndi aatli- - r DAILY TRAINS Louisville to Indianapolis, 2 aNDTIIKNOKTII 2 Chicago, 'S and Day Coachea and Urcllnlng Chair Can Through Without Change. laciivu aianaandeatl- - Sliaof "lege, JflaM Il.ht cni.l elaieta ol (ren matearurnlth- err Healing capacllr. Including gallery, loo. lea-liaddr e.1 on Iteawnalila ratra to gec--1 attractioue. 4 ly at abort. W. P. WALTON, Froprlotor. ip For WnOilnatnn, Rnlllnmrr, 1'hllmlf phln, Mew York mill notion, Thli la tha Vtry IVt ltoulf, at You Ilata No uiaDg oi iraiu. SEE HERE! -- nriwitt tftytlx IKHDTIIK- - fiWf REUADLE a FREE! SELF-CUR- E AMtk at -- I ii making change of car and getting Brit rbolc of aeila In cara of connecting tinea. To Han Thraagh pay Cairhnoa ill Tralail Hto No Midnight Changea t Arrlte at St. Loula i Hoari la JUraare of Other Llaca, thereby leturlnf mora tint lir Cincinnati Weekly CommerclaL l An eight-pag- e, and tha column family newipeper, I &y&$jsX.,iXitfa$; fcfititNt,HeiameeauJeei.rwui Sa aTaM.it t..uillaM nf lt thtl plain etalideorelopeVew- - Drutata r nil .u Addrtll DR. WARS 6. CU., LO.mana, ma. OP Ncml-lt'ccltl- y Iiticrlor Joiirnrtl roaoaa run j THREE DOLLARS TITTY CENTS And allow the lubacrlber to aelect, free ol charge, from the following choice Hat el books DISCASCt Vtbfeuy YnllTHHE nnrl MANHOOD Chicago, and tha only ride along line giving Ita ,atrona the thorn ot Late Michigan. lndanai!la and m ....-.1- iS. ZuvJfcz. ii i . I V iri AOUIDCTOMrAITH WITH- - en . out Mtoicmr I II 1 t Ticket adJreee ForTlckeU, S. K. Cor. 4th and Main Mi.,Loulatllle, Ky. Or.MO.J. II. HlLL,Ucnl, KmHtrant Aft., Aaienla of 'onnctlii Lliirn, or H. N. HmoWlf. rkiuUirrn revenger Agt., Lebanon, Kentucky rutn. Time, Mir. .e., apply to wlihSOOIIlkttraUena. I.ynnr, by Mra. Henry Wood. Vrimor'a Almanac for 1NH3. 7ir.trnbfiui Xliilit. Tici narrative f tlir Jroitrtlr Art' ly Ucut Dtncnhoeer. tic 7 fid Mill on II, r f7o,by (leorge Kllct. U'noft'a Aif iirdf IIMory far Hoy, AVrjx-ilffi'oi- i, 7Mlio'(t I'nrNiw.' k In,. ll la tl.n. ,r ll"ik THE PUOLISHrn l''i. sv" iii'Mim" JJ4 Mllweokee Oet aittl wllh end rteelrtr lleef. hMl erl Bi,i uwja. HeM Ae,-- on ' Imjrmr t !!.-i - Vli. Plain iEnglishl KNtlWf d1t if Xin EXPRESSED! IS mao Oil Mil IHWUI TUU1KC IUT k tUL JUaMlCth. KENTUCKY CENTMIL r ria -- THE MOST DESIIUBLK ROUTE R. R. T- Oit ffiei Jlnme DlnritmtK, by Dr. II J. Kendall. A Tir .Sira family llobhitoii. Trrattif! oh a tut ill " iJj doea, leea changea and aupertor accomtnodatlo And decidedly the Popular Route, aSbrdlcg, CINCINNATI! Minouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texai Tir Hoiiinn fu IWifre,byWllkleClllna. Jllntorumflhrlilltoitotnofirrlatut. lfarerlu, by lr Walter ."cott. A tlrarn l.ntlu, by MtaaMulock. Tip Iiibfei MUrtlonary. r.ailu Aiulteu'm Hicrrt, by Mlaa Ilraddan. .( 1 4l. IS.tWM MM tUlllllKCVIPTV. ej . MrbJ IK t Mm4 Uif r lMlt I he, t I'M I 4jarai tM44f1bMm I taia lru ta) I I 04 tJtMMf Hh Ii, (ItM ml tei.ai sit M.twunfi I irvittta.it w OH lrfrlt m twn t mnr i , II "f , d ntfowvrl f)J ar4f4aAIM Itf m Mi Tftua wt4n I4'! rk P (llr ft mi-- a tlm To rvnry to Call oo or addrttt tJllcr Intrilor AV. HA I.TtIM, Journal, Stanford, Ky. I. ty. ur fr-- Hn lpMUJt. or eld man with ncrrouv or rhylal rtubilllmifotrnctj A.Ht cfrculnr U nt yaunr, txU mm - lla;-4irt.- l tt ifin4i tvt. on tHMtnl Adtlrt-f- t can! to . o - Horth, Konhwciland Writ. In fact. If you conie bi plate a trip In any dlrrttlon, your Intern! will he beat aerred ty purchasing your tltketi eta. OXi: HOI. I.Alt A YKAIt. K. and anclnnati, 2 Traina each way 2; full man Palace t ait; Llegint New Day Coechee, and The circulation of thla popular newapa per la eon- haadeomtly furnlahed ltecllnlng Chair Cara Una lanllr tncreaMng. II conlalnt all the leading the unequaled equlpmenta or thla Old lullable, ntwa of tha Herald and la arranged In han.tr theraby making a trip oeer thla line one ol lutu-rlou- a drpartmenta.Dallr Tli comfort and plcaaure. Try Iu .tj.tiit Embrace ipeelal dlipatchea from all quarter, el TIMETABLE. IS EFKEOT OOT. IJ, IMt the globe Under the head ol Tt 1NVY. Wookly Horall Miti man Huvi&trtt vl It a. a LANE & B0DLEY CO. AWARDCO 4ici.iu, GOLD MEDAL I Vcr-raont- .ns &fFE"Rs r o the-bca- the A SOLED TEATN WASHINGTON ox vxiie dlipalehei ol the week Aregltrn the alone Thla of the I'nlen g 00 am 2 80 p in 00pm from all Lee. OoTlnxton. makea the THIi WEEKLY HKUALII the mutt Steam Engine and Saw 40 a m I 10 n m " Falmouth valuable chronicle ' Cjntblana- -. 10 M u S W p a lOtapm eat. I.rcry w ek laIn the wi.rld.at It la the cheap- glien a tallhlul report of 11 SO m 1017 pm " l'arla. aihlMiedat Auantalw lift 11 IS p m 111 pna 11 20 .m Arr. Leilngton. xr.nti, 7 SO p m UUpui Mannftetur-r- a "t Fleam L'nrtnei. nlltri. Lte. Lexington -Embrirlpa: complete an.1 romprehenelte dlipalrh- - Saw Mil TO p u 12 10 am 2 21 p IP i.ll.ar Kdrtri Lath iltthlnei. Hub Arr. tMncneeter Ineludlaglull rerorla of the 14 t USttr Hog... lOlpn vo p m 12 41 am telreraUathlngloo, ndp..k Mt'hiutir fbaflmr. llangera. Pol- ipeecbee ol eminent olltldaie on the quetllost ItTi.Oouplingt. ilearing. Urtatand Flour Mill 7 21 p n- . Aahland.. .! far Tuam of tha hour. tII tlrretir ofear . I I'liatatltB " Hunllnglon... 8 PS p in ',-iVAlt.H ItF.l'AUTXi'.ST mil. WBlch we aril fur Ho. . Mo. I. No. 1 NotTll. lal-a- t aa well at Or the Weekle Herald gltea the the mot practical eurgntlona ani mecoteriea reLea. Huntington (Mam lating lo the duty of the I inner, hlntt fur railing 7 IS a m Aabland- -. rattle, poultry, grain, trrea, vegetable, Ac, Ar , SO a " Mt.bterllDg.. with auxgeatlobi for keeping building aud farming " Wlncheater. 12 21 p m 10 a utrntlla In repair Thli It eupplenienie'l by a 1 IS p m 7W Arr. Leilngton.. oopu well edited department, widely toplid, under the Lee. Lexlnglon. 2 00 p a alter tl. n tiven lo Plantation Ma-40 pUI head of cbinery. iltuairNire I ircnlfira iee. . 2 20 p m IS a l'arla. Tilt: 1IO.HV, 2M pm 12 a " ('TDthlana. CO., 4 10 p m 10 1 a ' almouth. Uiu Oiling recipe fur nraetlral d lil.te. hlnla tjr makMpm ing cluthlbg aud for keeping up wh the Utett Arr. Colmton... . ts p m lltsa JAt A ll.il'i-- Kit-- , ClMCfnitnll, fuhiona at the leweat price Leery Item ot rout, tngorerooomy iuggettl In thla d pertinent Ia MAY8V1LLE DIVISION. by publication No. Lt. lxlngtoupm. Arr Mara title 1 10cm radically leated l'arlaeiptrlt Ufereferret pendente and ettera from our no. tv AiaraTiueBuui am. ' Lexington Vm on the tery latctl laalilora lnndon Home Tie letrt- No. 11 MajMllle I ttin meniol ine rariUJOam. neetir neraid win aareine uut-wif- e Ml No. 12 " Maynllle 1 00jm Lexington t IS pm more than erne hundred timet the price el the paper The Inter ta ef No. ftruna dally, and haa daycoacbta from CinSUtl.Lf.lt ..I f O cinnati la Wtahtngton, I'ullraao sleeperi to Kana. r.i t 3l.icdartnout fml-mi- -, Ia eompotel of looked alter, and everything ttlitlng to Mewba FalJa. W Va and ltecllnlng Chair Car to Isliwuicupertiitate flier tuiiatwiice nrtlie la ngton. Slofia only at atatlona en K C. IU II, chanic and labor eating all carefully lecorded. Luugi, expeclomlte Hie ncilit iimtlcr the lalett where time la glren. No. 2 runt dally, .except Thete la a page detoted to mercbaiHllte, phaaeeof tUaleUiK it i Iho Itrouii andturmta Ac , de the butloru maiketa crept, fcunday: haa through coachea loll uo Initon. No ll rtllevea llio Iranottiliit; rnntltiR, A valuable feature la found In IBeiprclally repott4 runa dally, except Sunday, liaathrougti coachea It ritation ti ' c i mt lie e- - ugh ttiriiglliene tout Merllnganti narlorcar to Mayati'le. No. 3 ed price and cnditIonaol IheluiiRtaf eall Inipurltlee, run dally, haa elegant day cnaen from Washing tliciiiivhen nfeelilcil by (lliiatc, invigorton, lullman 5leeper frum Kanawha Kalla and ate the c iuia:on of t liid, and lieieatbe Snorting newa at noma and abroad, lofeihrr rai tlor can from Lex loc on to Cincinnati. Onlr with a etary every week, a eeriuoo by tome emintri tut i - . m Mliitit cold ofien tint III three atona Noa 1 and S run dally, except Bun- - nent dlvlee. Ilterarr. mulcal, dramatic, t rv.nal cnntiiniiitloii It Ititmisrrnut fn iirclecC daj.andnate through coachea from lluntlngtun and era note. There la ho piper lu the world llieiu, ipl'lr Hie re in til) A andMt Merllng blrect connection al liingtoo which contalea a much newa matter ttrj week tettof xwrtwvi n e 'bo unvmn tLtt with etagre for lilchiaoijd.Ky., Lawrencburg,Ky , aathe Weekly Ilrratl, which It lent, pottage free, norenieily haacver leen foniul thntleua and Vetaalllea.Kr. gor one dollar You c auUcrltw at any tlui TUTT'S rXPtCTORANT. prumiitini teltee O. W)BENDElt. I. mtOWN. The New York Herald In a wneklx form, on Aalnclo iloae rulaee Ilia ilile(jin,.ullu Oen'l I'ata A Tkl. Agt. dollar I year Addrnu burlnteadent. rare the mo.t iiOiramitloo. Arid tie nwi-Uearral olScea, Cuilngtoa, Ky, NEW YOltK llElUMl. obttlna' ertne h A filcueamt ctirllNl,cltll Ilroadway and AnuStteti, New Yoit. (roup It la tlrrii lake It.. read nII i . 1' every family. la. luraluulilr In a.1. nml Al tlnlttee. SOITII. Ho. S. I So.i. Vo.. AMUtlCAX XKtVH ATLASTA C0TT0S EXPOSITION, . lUpn iapn lllpn trtt rortTicAi. Til: llllin !Ul $200. it I30DLEY ii lut, lllll LANE t TUTT'S EXPEGTeRANT tiii; vnonvci: .m,ihk.t. twtr a Cincinnati, New Orleans &, Texas Pacific Afflicted, Attention DK. GANN'S KEMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MANUFACTUKED I1Y d Railway. CC I ! HIM: IB Ineflect Not.M, 1182. W. K. OANN, M D., CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. BOVTIinOVKD. MONTICELLO. KY. STATIONS. Nol7, No S No S No 1 Lex Nlgt'Accom Mall Kil. 21,-C- Lte. Cloclonatl..., MFTU ra 2S " " " ' "-- ()eorgetown. 9 Oft " Leilngton " NlchoTajillle iNots Illth UrIJie llarrodiburg Juuct'n Acm o i half-skille- i .., 13 KECOMMEWDED DY rHYSICIAKa' WIS For Liver Cbinplitnt,nyipcpila,Indlgeitloa Jaun1023 dice, Conitlpatlon, sour blemacb and all llllloua KOKtllHOUIID. Oitarrh of tha llaeal Cailtv-Ohron- lo DImxmi, nnu Ulcoratlvol Ontnrrh of tha Eur, Cvo or Nolo, Ne Net No2 Uru Dr. (iMuu'h INTERN ALLY, nnu Cure. Throat. It ta tnksnupon tho Dlootl unci Acm note DIRCOTLV r.M. P.M P, M A.Jt Mucpu aurf.icoB of tha Svatam. It iiie. Chatlanoia- -. .... I DO 730 Sit For Itheuniitlam, Neuralgia, fipralna, Hrulaea and If yio hoet Blood Purldor In tho lk)TC, .......... Hwclllnga auexterual application fur manor SS0 t 10 7 41 WORLD, and Is worth ALL thut la " f j.rlug Cltr...... 7 18 710 lent churuod for It, for THAT nlono. 7 40 10 OS " Kockwood' 8 00 XTTT3 Umc Dr. Ghiiii'm Iilnliuciii. l'olol IJuroilde.. 1145 IU 2 16 ONLr INTGftHAL CURE FOR CATARRH 12 10 ' 8omertet...Mw... Uauillle Junction. to IS) For rile, Hemorrbolda, Ilurnt, Flitula Noll IS and all in Lex. 141 5 40 2 0; MA!tuirr.4t.i Danilll...... llnillar dlaeam, And wo offer Ono llundrod Dollnrw tor any 8 61 2 It llarredabunr Juncl'i r.xp, 167 4 11 High DrlJjt, 10 210 OnoofCotirrh It will not Our. Uho Dr. Ghiiu'h IMIu Oliihiicni. NicbiluTlile 0 33 2 63 ... l".M. WIIX JUUU AhV casi:. Ltxlngton .... . 7 0S 111 2.10 60S VOfa of A. T BTtWAnT.t ro.--l ' UeorgeUiwn . ... 7U 48 IU 6 240 10 26 0S For Freth Cut., Ilurni, Ulcer, and Old tioria, CUWAOO, HI JtlU. 18M. 7 Arr. Cincinnati ilturt. P. J. rAeneuit Ui., iofcJo, O, 4, Uho Dr. Giiiiii'm Uliler-Nwo- ot -- I I A.M. ALABAMA OltEAT BOUTUEIIN. .JJt.!mrn uai-- d toViiileAUro Inlnfurmlmr you that I lino Hull, ivitarrb Cur It OliKuieul. ,... . yoo Lve. Ctaitlaiumea-M.,........,..- ,., bod kI don't to l1""1 5T.aJ 12 6S Attalla. . "ytltwllltuwanycnaoof Catarriilf taken UMODr.GHIIee'NNiOIHHCh IHUorH properly. 11 . ... a It HtriulDgbam. ......... 11 Tuacalooaa ,...MH,H.. 6 IS A J-WciTiitnroBO. ItellableTonle, Apitlier and Itloud I'urllttr. Arr. Meridian ....M ..L.. C"' .Z'.. 1000 tVOMTII 810 A IIOTTLK. and alao cure Dyi-ipt- la. Indlgeallvn, Liver Complaint, Malailal I. vera and Lve. Meridian .......- t U Dlaeaaea. Mauufactundandluraale all periodical ratarrh for ii) yeara. Itah Cetarrlt Cure 11 . ........... 167 curol b worth Jiawa Iwtile, 12 21 li;ruilogbliu..... ....... . " Attalla . 2 60 rierbottlo. Biuifsrtiiroi and Bold by F J CHENEY ci CO Arr, Chattanooga. ,.... .. .. tSO wel'rvwlotons TOLEDO, OUIO 8ole proprlelor. Mootlcello, Kr order. by m.U will rtcelve piumpt altentUin For l. la (jtfb,d by 1'ecny A VICKHUUItU AND MEKIDIAN. ai-- ll He A Idler. Arr. Cfatltaiusga ' Bomeraet iMInt Uurnilda.MM Itockwood Bprlog City Danrllle....... fcx.B U 37 ol y 12 4 Danrllle Junction. ' .. . The werldla tiled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate luventlona ol man. vrt all lb i.xp tuny and combined talent audgenlutthillhe world iiatev- DEx. Exp. rr auown net never produce! anything that can compare watb Mir. (Janu'a Iteiuedlet " Medical ly, IS'nU'y IViy aklll have, at jet, and to dlacovtr Td A3I any thingaelence to them, for thetailed of the eniial cure 4 IS 43 40 for which they are reouiuuieuded, 043 II M virtue, and utea are praltrd by thouunda A. their II Ot through 7 1V USO out tho length and breadth ol the land, anifaa 7M 11 02 dtandard Faiullr Mollclnea, they cannot bo ex7S7 12 IU celled, an I are fully aubaUnllated by the itrong-ee- t SIS .ja 12 2S tea tlmon lala. a 23 5 331 ACT DIRECTLY OH THE LIVEft. C'urre t. till Is anil fever. IMeptpila, Kick Iteaitoclie, llllloua t ollcOuiiillpa lliil.lttieuliiatUm,ritr.,l'altallolluf Ilia Heart, Iilixlueaa.Torplit I. Iter, and I'eiuale Irr.Bulerlllta. It toudoi,ot"ftl very w.llaaloaleplllai bl-iiiatlmulateatbe l'omeeh.ioreath, pr' ,'min'ttvuioeiotbe av" I'rlee.aile. tl.t Murray hi .!.Y. u I.J-WI- TUTT'S PILLS fOB TUTT' MUHUAt TRIt.-W HALL'S ATARi.1, ouiiiam i? Uoyce.,.. ... ...... A. U 10 7 41 33 43 7 2 2 3S SO for Cougba, Coldi. Croup, llroocbllla, Conaump-Ho- n aud all Dlwaieaa ol the Throat and Lungi, 61) t03 7 50 23 Veto Dr. Gmui'M CoiikU Nyrup. Os jjo 20 nr tiik .... .. .... r,r' W .,.., ..... m w. k:. ar. x., Lve. . ." Jackaon . Arr. VIckiburg ....m Lve. Vlckiburg-....- M . ' Jackiou ' HraDdou, ., " Fureat .......... Alt, Meridian " Jor.at " llraudoo VlerlJaq....,....,.,.. . ..... . .... ... ... I ;10 20 ,12 60 .... ....,....... ....... oUUEVKI-OK- I IIM IU 1 20 ..... ... - II W 10 41 , 1 41 4 43 1 jt vnw&fiFwsm fmmfffAfWM&M m m XKV.A.I. nOABii Writes: , Arter a thoroun aa tvlal .,tLn ui IKON TONIO. I tuka nlaaiu " In atatluir that I hnv !, wpeiiia uy u... uiuuoiora ..a its HnSnankAra will ana 1U i of tha irratost value whera a TonloU weces. a wUabla remedial b,a asbva A combination of JVo. Jiarleutul l'lutphonuin " le,JVilr(V7raI VIV " VICICripUliU, Lve. Vliklburg. Arr. Lve. Monro- Arr. .. Vlckiburg... Delta.. ...... .... Monroe. diu -., ........ ,..!; .,... - AND I'ACIKIO. ITS' . 11 M .. a 10 ... .. I 7 to . .. 1210 ..., .... "", I 100 II00D4m,! ..N, T.,ai .orcus. PURIFIES' lun'.tTowiiBii, .iiMo i. JOHN HCOTT. V. ! aud fl.n Man. Clu Sou W!LK0N,O. V and R'y.Cluclnnall.Ohtoj K. I A. Ctn, Hou. H'y, Cincinnati, O-- i II, COI.L- BttAN, (ll'AAll.H. tt'y, Cbattaoontta.Ti i v. 1. liT, Ykkaburg, J. ItAKI'I, U I, Mlaa-- t JOE V. McUUIUE.U.P A. V., b, A V. H'y, Moorve, La. JubtocfStrUlvo "."" Bjla ., wr.j, PropertlM. rur4SiS.rtMDR.,1AK1XK iki. medioineoo; .JW,KiWSr.lK,lJVIJ.