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' N UMBER 510. rmvttKs fAPKHH, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY ahovt irirrr- - NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 109. n TUB AMKHICAff I.ltXlCOaitArHM, Tiir'niJiKti nooTir. Drfc Web'slor was n trno scion of tlia Upon tho elder Ilooth's acting Mrs. Tlio Engllsli-niienktjicoplo of tho old Now England slock. Upon his mothClarke's most significant remark fs that . . . Miter and Pnpnttor earth, numbering not moro than ono er's sido lie was n descendant of William ho was always in tho soul of tho characIV. P. WALTON, sixteenli of the entiro population of Uio JJnulford, tho Flpionlh Oovcrnpr. Thq ter and never resembled IJoiloau's writT, ft,, WALTON. Dutintss Manager globo, publish over of tho news- Clover llOTS rif NnW T.nntnn.1 tamWXam er, who, "inspired by forms papers in cxistonec The loin number were then ent,ti College, and Noah all his heroes liko himself." Wo shall 1'ntillnliril Tiirmtnu )tnl l'rilrii of publications of nil kinds wo find to 1h Webster naturally entered Yalo College not hero nttcnipt a summary of this ex51,271. Of theso 4,020 nro dailie. in 1774. nis studies were Komowhat intraordinary licing in his transfiguration KU.BO IM3U .VNXim. 17,889 terrupted by-ta,57 nro tri nnd Hovolution; bnt ho ns an 'Actor. Tlio fact which seems to weeklies, 4,8.10 "monthlies, and 3,072 seccceded in graduating. Afterward ho suggest, if not to define, him is that ho cfltnwtilwi'i tfM imm In pijrmxt of eapt I make ehnfa ami (hen of il nnd virions other rjuarterlics, annuals taught school ntid studied law, being ad- is heedlossanJl imperfect as an artist, periods of mitted to tho bar in 1781. In 1762 ho irregular IKnn4nllwn mtnrr IhrMirMil. bnt electrical nnd fascinating as a hupublication. Theso aro distributed kopt a classical school at Goshen, N. Y., man being. IIo would, for example, around tho hemitphcro as follows: nnd thcro "compiled two small ele- when acting Macbeth deliberately go to Unropa utilized 19,557, Nortli America, mentary lwoks for noun jilonn op Titr.it, teaching the English tho wing and get n broadsword'wlth A Jiutloo of Uio l'cnco, who was ono 12,400 ; Asia, 775 ; South America, (599 t language." In 1783 ho pnblishcd his which' to fight tho final battle, and would fifty walking out for hi licnltli, ilincov Australia, Oil, and Africa, tho original " First Part of n Grammatical Institute do this in full viowof tho nudlcnco jus crcd n 1 tolilior in tlio not of going through homo of tho Fifteenth amendment, of tho English Languago," followed in ins Iliitori, when acting lady Maqueth, brings up in tho rear with 182. Tho tho courso of tho ft Peasant, lustonil of flying with nil noit two years by tho would carry her husband's letter to tho peal, tho llohlwr lioldljr stood Ms total circulation iierfstno of these papers second and third paris. Tho first part sido and throw it uway. Ho was not is found to bo 110,400,000, whilo the wns tho basis or ground nml mllrd ont : tha spelling-book- s particular, when acting Itichard, wheth"Your Honor, I iloniro to bring suit total number of copies printed annually which ho afterward published. IIo had er ho woro an old dressing gown or a reaches tho enormous and almost incon- on idea ngniimtrtliU Peasant fur money longdno that Americans should havo royal robe, and he cared very littlo ceivable of nmount 10,589,499,418 school-book- s me."' of their own. and ho based where other persons entered or stood, his compilations upon this. IIo ad so that they got on and were somewhere. "I owe him nothing-- 1 never even copies. Or rmnny publishes tlio greater quan- hered to this when ho published 1" liontal Uio Victim. haw him his His acting had no touch of tho finish of "Hint may nil fib," reiliel tlio .Tun. tity of papers, tho publications of that reader, and many of tho selections nro Macready. Ilut tho soul that he poured country reaching 5,529 in number wRh from American writers and orators, nis tlw, m lie idowly Hrkled JiPi rtar, " tint into it was nwfid and terrible ; tho face, Law i. Law, 'Uio lUililier tlio an annual circulation of 1,748,000,000. books were popular enough to mnkohim tlio hands, tho pose, the movement, all or nlmut tlitrty-ciglto each inhabitant. feel tho need of a convriirht law. nnd to Plaintiff in this coso it is ray duty to Oreat llritnin has 1cm papers in num- socuro this by tlio legislation of the sev was incarnate cloquenco; and when tho in his favor without going into lightning of tho blno-graeyes flashed to discover who.ii tho IIoUIht ber, 4,082, but tho circulation is great- eral States ho studied assiduously, Con nnd tho magnificent voice gavo out its nml who tho Yfctinvf You nro both er than those of Germany, reaching gress nndor tlio Confederation having no deep thunder-rolor pooled forth its sol lucky in linving Holcctoil mo to docidd 2,202,000,000 per annum, givteg tnixty-fo- power to protect literary property. It norous trumiiet-noletho hearts of lila citica.-copies each year to of her this matter? Logal'fetn, SlJ'olwhioh did not enact a copyrmht lawnntil 1790. hearers wcro swept away on tho wings tho county get ihnt I lutjipon to Irwo zens, .i'nxnco, hna 11,205 periodicals, Tlio spelling-booas every liody knows, of a tempest. Each tono and each acvvilli an annual circulation of 1, 557,000, ont of my vast ockot," Tn 1fU7 tion was then absolutely right. Even was ctiormouslr Kiicvssfnl Moral : Always bo toe llolilwr instead 000. 24.000.000 copies 6f tho book had been ! Iiis marvelous elocution, which, brought Whilo tho UniU-- States can show no published, the salo averaging of tho Yietim. 1,000,000 j out Uio subtlo meaning of every sound daily paper with a circulation of over jcr annum. Upon this Dr. Webster ro- -' in every syllable, seemed inspired, such, A having given a bull 125,000 copios per lnue, I find that celved a premium of copyright of 5 mills i nnd so great was tho vitality which a in his Mill, wiw presently hauled Iwforo Paris contitlns ono daily paper, entitled n copy, and it was tho profits arising glorious imagination thoroughly aroused tho rourt for hnviug kept his doom oicu Lc Petit Journal, which lias n daily cir- from this book which, during tho twenty of a deep and passion-at- o nnd Bold Intoxicating leverages after culation of 580,000. It contains all tho years in which Dr. Webster was en- could strike out heart Xeu York Tribune. news of tho day, besido plenty of gossip gaged uron the "American Dictionary," tho Hour irescribed by Law. " Here nro six Witnesses who Swear and society uens, and sells for 1 sou, or supported him and his family. SMOKKirS CATAIIRIT. New Tho llrltlnh Medical Journal asserto UmtJpnr doom .wcro open," said his n cent. In London npticars a paper York Tribune. called Lloyd's HVeXj, twenty-eighHon6rto tho Defendant. that tho local effect of tobacca on tho "Hut n plain' Ta!o ehalNknock them column sheot, which enjoys tho woWer-fu- l IKtlASITr IS TUB VSITElt STATES. muecos membrano of tho nose, throat circulation of 012,000 copies' per Sk highcrtlinn a Kite," replied tho After all tho recent talk about tho in- nnd cars is ns predisposing to catarrhal "Know jo, oh, wiso Caliph, sui Tliis pajier is rold for 1 penny; crease of insanity in this country, it ia diseases as is inefficient and insufficient that 1 have no doom at all to my Saloon, Hnglish monoy, or nltout 3 cents in that encouraging to learn that wo aro not so clothing in the case of women tho fact but ounlomorn como nnd go by Way of of tho United States. . P. Milliard, crazy ns some qthcr nations. At tho liemg that sucli effect on tho mucous (n llntUn Glule. tho Chimney." Into meeting of tlio National Association membrano of tho superior portion of tho ".ilut thoy swear tliat yon sold whisky , BTOSKWAhl, JACKSOSTS sovnr. for tha Protection of Mio Insano and tho respiratory tract causes a moro permanc nndbVcr."" " ent relaxation and congestion than any Having lingered to tho last allowablo Prevention of Insanity it was shown our "So they do, bnt they touted not. moment with tho members of my family insane number about C3.000, or 1 to 777 other known agent. Therefore, aa tosystem whilo it is Tlioy only rawwilli their eyed, and Iim " licreiubeforo mentioned " ns the legal of tho population, Tho ratio in En- bacco depresses tho thin court uny proof that thoy oro not gland is 1 to 350, part duo, perhaps, to producing its pleasurablo sensation, and would term them it wns ' documents ctilor-liliu- d ns it prepares tho mucous membrano to T' after 1Q o'clock at night when I re- tho moro thorough separation of the in"Tlio point is well taken and tho sano from tho general population. By tako on catarrhal inflammation from even turned to headquarters for final instrucAccaicd in honorably diicliargcd," said slicht exposure to cold, tho Journal tions, nnd, beforo going to tho General's sections tho ratio is in this country : In j hU Honor. " Thin court further dcairca Now Euglond, 1 to 588; Middlo States, thinks it should require no fnrthcr eviroom, I ordered two whisky toddies to to worn tlio public that, whilo nil dence to show that its use ought to bo lw brought up after me. When thoy ltoCOO; Wostern States, 1 to 850; Saloon-Keepcan lo oatily mistaken, n Southern States, 1 to 1,100. Tho ratio discontinued by every catarrhal patient. appeared I offered ono of tho glasses to is always corrvct," to which wo may look forward in tho bnt ho drew back, saying : Moral : Don't Iw nfruid of tho police. Jackson, The St. Louis schoolmarm has an " No, no, Colonel, you must excuse futuro is, in tho opinion of Dr. 0. F. JltroitJ-ricPrc- . remuneration of 8015 per annum. Dana : In Now England, 1 to 500; West, mo ; I nover drink intoxicating liquors." No matter how thattered the sytlem may '"Tint 1 to GOO; South, 1 to 800. In 1881 there iir-uus-i: "I know that, Ocnerol," said I, times. , wcro seventy-fou- r State nnd thirty-fou-r be from excesses of iny kind, the Great GerEnglishmen havo always tisod. their though you habitually abstain, as I, do private asylums. Tlio cost of mainman Inyigorator will secure health and everything of the. sort, nucient right to gnuublo freely, an a myself, from See adrertieement. taining them was $12,000,000 a year. For sale br writer tn tli J Ixiudorf Oldie points out . thcro nro occasions and this is oneof & when n stimulant will do us lxth Tho needs of the insane nro wont of Pennv McAlitr, Stanford. CompIainU of tho adulteration of food them room in asylums, separation of ncuto are of rospcctablo antiquity. J Tore than good ; otherwise, I would ncithvr tako it chronic, patients and epileptics, im myself uor offer it to you. So you must and 1200) ears ago n oynioal jtbet discoursed provements in tho lawn of commitment, on "tho knavery of tlio world," and make an exception to your general rule moro amusement and work for patients, nud join mo in n toddy tonight," nverral of Btato asylums from Tbjr Inker and Ujr brewer Ho again shook his head, but, never- and a separation political influence. Sclenltlg Amcri- l wrong tbee night ma mam, theless, took tho tumbler and began to v- - And thy I hire rerrntlr opcnrJ In Richmond t large od atU'er h doth grind thee complete Hi nine Mill, nd am prepared to futuhh Presently, putting it sip its contents. la IhagrtftJIug of Ujj corn. tftr alodof COULDN'T tiKH tllK ASALOUY. "IM" on tho tablo after having but partly TbyrtJMaHJntthffl ArelcgdlnkMUbeortr - emptied it, ho said : To tho class in metaphysics at tho BUILDERS' MATERIAL! t !J And tbe etbUiard 0 thy tallo " Colonel, do you know why I nrivcrsity tho professor was trying ,tho from intoxicating drinks ? ' other day to impress upon a student Uio This writer,, one Cornelius May,!- Flooring, And, upon my replying in4tho negativo, theory that the mind ia always activo, WcHtlicrboRrding, ceriauuy a iiiohi caDiproueaniTo gram-blo- r; ho continued: oven while tho senses sleep. In this Doorx, Nh.m1i, IUIiiiIh, I.rIIih, ho paium in review nil occuja-tiou- s, " Why, Bir, because I liko the. tusto of connection illustrations wero drawn NhiuglcH. HouiaiiigH, Ntair-vthj- s, nud ull cIuumm only to cxiucludo them, and, when I discovered that to bo from certain powers possessed by tho Ac. tho case, I made up my mind atonce to lower animal, together .with Uio infer r la, Dot In IhworH, Ttf Phila- - ence that man, possessed of higher in Aa I aell at prlcn tucb aa tha above article can be do without them "altogether." 'rtb, Kmlb, or eut or wot, Cincinnati, One to nulnUfa rlfbttout CHH . ' telligence than brutes, must bo nblo to bought In LouliTllle, i can make or other wbole-aa- le ilclphia Timet. nouaea, I am mra it to joui Agilmt liU Inlrrf.t to natronlte home lnalllnUona, I am do more than Uioy. AM KHICAS JOCKS A KNOLIS II AflU Alu kj tilou otiinot On J alao a practical nJ r Af. "A turkey inn tree," said tho proOf IjTjIi or low ifftfrro. " Do you kuow how tho growth of fessor, presonUy, " will sloop all night In eeurt, or out, or rmMntt, A lau ( baardr, tho press lu England compare with long on a twig not much larger around And am prf plrrd to furnlah dtalgni and cetlmitee Aa regards ndultoratlon of food it fa that of America " in my hand. How for Lulldlcg. and all klnda of acroll work. than this safdMr? North, smiling, would such an net bo possible If hoicneo has mora ""Well" That I am doing no iniall butlowa, can be Judgprobnblo that modern ed from the Tact that my bank account runa from dkillfiil arts for thU purjioso than wero "without entering into many particuII.MU to ti b04 per week. or will was not conscionjly Contracting lars, I can tell you that wo havo far out- activo in order to inako allowanco for tho llflng price. and building; done promptly and at knou to our nuccstora ; nud jet Addreaa r. n. NTArroHD. in olden days complained as bad- stripped our mother country in jour swaying caused by tho wind and enablo ly us wo do of "tho trick of trade,'' nzlism. 1 believe there nover liaa boon tho turkey to strike point of equilib-CONDEN8ED TIME. nnd npiear to have hnd somo ground for auy comprehensive history of tho En;i riumf their griovnuoeti. In somo of tlie house- glish newspaper press writtoff, but wo " Ilut. iirofessc.'!rt)ut in we) matterhave n sufileieut number of facts to en- oVlohi studcnV,l ipu't think ft'correcVJI L hold regulations of Henry YIIL it is & For ex- to infer that a man could sloop all night montioned that "tho brewers able us to form a comparison. nro not to put Lrimstono into tho ale, ample, in 1810 only fourteen daily IIAILIIOAD IAXE. on such a twig without falling off." published in'tho United King- Syracuse llcraltl. s hlsnighnessVbnkcrshalUnot TUAIN3 QOINQ NOUTU, put alum 'hi tho brcad,"nor mix "rye, dom, whilo as far back ns 1810 previous, wo had 859, includ-in- g oaten or beau llour with tho name." MOT. it, IU2. Ex. Hun, Ono of our prominent atlomoyswMo twenty.Boveu dailies, with a total Luws nguiust ndultcration data back to is at tho homo timo ouo of Uio leading Le. Hlchmoud....... 45am -- .., Lancaater tho timo of Ednnrd tlio Confessor, it not annual iscuo of 22.331.000 copies. In fishermen of tho valley, claims that tho i &Q " S 00 " Wlllliia.burg.... earlier ; and it hi singular that in niauy 1828 wo had 852 iietfupapom uitlSSO weather Invariably repeats itself, and ' London...M....,H 7 00 8 00 " " LlTlDgiton,... cubes tho anmo ingredients of ndultcra- 1,000; iu 1810, 1,931, ami in 1850, 'J.bOO, gives tho following as tho, result of his W" Crab Orchard.- 60 " BliDtorU.... tion appear, to hnvo been in uso for centwith a circulation of 420,409,07a" observations, ,vir: ," 10 IS " Bhelbr CitT- apjiarontly uries. Henry VIII. 10 19 " "What is the number oCJEnglish ' OanTllle Junction.... .ending iu 90, or 1 aro All years i 10 U Mltchallaburg ...-.- .. " groatly amazed nt tho dishonest tendon, publications at present?" 11 40 ' Lebaoon........ dry. Las " New HateCL. llMpi 1810 tho number cios of his subjects, us ho issued "Since R .....1Im mi.... I'UUUIB l111 O , O , A , "I nvJ fl nM or- - Arr. Lebanon Junctlon. -M" A11UOO nnd iu 1880" tho London " Cincinnati Junction., stringent regulations ngaitst tamperIN tromely.wet.JK i S 15 LouliTllle ing with food. Quarterly Jit view sayB ouly 157 daily Thob ending in 7 or 8"nnrbrdlnnrily wcro published in tlio newspapers TRAINS OOINQ bOUTU. jt.irmji ami Kiiir.r.AL.iu. United Kingdom, to our 937, showing a tEx. bun. Nov 2. 1885T Thoso ending iuC have extremely cold A rruuchmuu hod kouio words with an InterdifTereuco of 805 in our favor." winters. Lie. '"i'l"IM IrUliumn in Paris and challenged him; view xoitf t oentut expert. JMpm mi.iiiirr n Q havo an carlv Lie. bunfurd............-.- tlit) latter, of courso, had tho choioo of " 2 " A. .t.rfiftr.131 10 VI IV ... Arr. CrabOrchard......... . ........... 4 Si " I.lilug.ton A MOCK CKUKMOXV HKI.l) VALIU. Without hesitation ho choeo wcupiHis, ao " " London ...........-......-..- .. ' i Thoso ending In 1 hao a Into spring, Willi. iu.borg.,......- T JO ' A Hainq Justice of tho Peoeo uiod khllfiihdis at two paces. 2 SO Lie, Thoso ending in 8 and 4 aro subject to Arr. ltlehmond ........ this ceremouy at a mock wedding : "An what did ho say to that?" .i6al " (iU) Timet. groat Hoods.-.c&a- noi miid, 'By gar, what weapon is Unt4Ui llili root lu iitut neither, tACTH Axn ono-lin- lf self-lovho i, do-oiit nt y ur s, k, Saloon-Kim'ikt, t; Ao-ener hap-pint- ATT(11NKVH AT BTANKonn, KY. ATTUUNBV UAMVILLK, MABTEHSON A-'- w.viaaoi. T. W. WttLACS X. VAlxox. & W.B VAHNON, up T.iA'W, tulra. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House Block, l)J2A.ITifIlM IN- DniRN, C'IiviiiIciiIn, Office In Owiley A Son'a new bolldlng-- ALEX. ANDEHBON. KY., Will nracllre In the Cnnrta of RavUand adlfllnlne and In the Court of Appeal,. counlle Stanford, Ky., M'Iiicm, LIllhltTY, KY Will tiractlre In all lhf Anuria Af Ctww and ad joining countlra, and In the Court of Appeala. divi.i ueniion girrn 10 coiieciiona. umca orer K.T. Tierce' atoie. A.nrx'ourvjijv jia.av, ANDSZAIIIKKRVORraaiCTCODSTT, at l'EVTON, 1iiIii(h, OllH, Willi Paper. ItooliH, D1U J. O. OAIU'ENTEU, I KENTUCKY BTANFUItn, Our Jewelry, Mh enrnrc nnil Tlios. Illclinrtls. who will Itennlr Office orer Robt. 8. 1.jtla'e atore. Office houn sljle. , and 7 to r. at. from I to J.auipH, Matloncrj', NonpH. rcrfiuiicry, l.lqtinrM, C'iRHrH, i pilc.il d'ooils llrnnrtiuciit In Cliargo of Col. Matches nntl Clocks l'roninllr nml In Die lirt 1 Musical IiiHtrtiHicnlM, I'ockct Tnliacco, Ciiltlrrjr, AriiiH, I'lrc Marhltic ccllcn. J. J. WILSON, OEN'rifeTJC 8TANIOIID, Office and lttaldence, Upper Main St. KY. HUUOI30N DI3NTIHT, STANFOnD, KY. Office South aide Main Street, two doora abote LED P. nUFFMAN, Mvwj iate s Wqg& SITIAIBIIaiEl! -HtiYing bought out S. II. Jliuiglmmn, wc will keep on hand n nice lot oi' Horses nml lluggics, which we the Myen Hotel. PureMtroua Oxide Oaa admlnlatered when nulre.1. re- - nam m. nuitDiyrr, by the day or week. ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will practice hi, rrofeaalon In Itockcaalle and aljolnlng countlea and In the Court of Appeala fpeclal attention glren to collectlona. will let nt reasonable rates. Will also board Horses We arc also in Autll I O vest aclllntr our IPEUTO are reaping" a har-'-l And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. 2S!L'MItfEML,EY, 8TAXfntScDkV. Respectfully, THK. COAL 'X'RiDE., MZi No. Kitchen Queen safety Lamps ami other hmiaehnlri articles. Thclictplllni?KrtIclMt'Ternut on the market KnrHnmnlM nml Trrme, addma tho B. K. WEAREN, UNDERTAKER, i.to CLIPPER M'F'C CO., 288 Walnut St.. Cincinnati, O. OPERA HOUSE!. Decalor in Furniture KY. STANFORD. W. P. "WALTON, - - Proprietor. MAIN ST., STANFORD, 8Iie of Stage, 20x50. Elaht complete acta ot Scenery Seating capacity, Includloa gallery. COO. lteaaonable ratea to good attraction!. Addrce. aa above. Hai Jmt receUcd a full line of Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites, cheap lied.. Unreal!., Walh Standi, Cotton Mattresaes, Limp SUnda,Cornrr lst Brackete, Cent e Tablea, Kxlenalon Ta- bles, Eiten.Ion Tablea, Parlor Chairs, DinThouMtndof gniTfS irr ing Chairs, Ac. I alao keep constantly on hand nnuiJly robbed of their A full line o( Rotts, Shnuds, Collins and Caskets Tlctlmi. llTft prolorgnl. liippiofUfod health t aNo keep on hand the celebrated B yd Burglar bj use of the great Proof Graro Vault, guaranteed to be perfect pro GERMAN tection from rerinlne, ground lorcgoplicrs, Which poillltely and permanently rurea Initio, burglars. ol any trllcil, (cauMd by txcessee dlsentea kind,) Srml-m- ail , llrnA-iaruKand all that follow I aell at figure that cannot be beaten Call and aa lou of energy, 1. moI aequenceof memory, iiplreraat laMltude, pain In the back see me Orders by telegraph promptly attended to dlwneuof tliion, premature old age, and many Atherdlieasei that lead to comuinntlon and a pro. mature arafe. OJTbend for cirrulara with teall- mom, it iree uy niiu. ino .? , a la aold at fl per box,oralx boxea for IS, by all drugnUta, or will be tent free by mail, Merely aealed, on receipt tf price, by addreriln; K. J. lllt.VKV. 113 Adamaatrcet, Toledo, Ohio. 191-lSole agent for the United Statea. ROBBED INVI60RAT0R! iifiiicj ft. your special attention to the W I desire to calx CHESAPEAKE Hi OHIO RY. Kentucky's Iloutc East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS A SOLID TRAIN LiOmImyUIc, which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste In ornamentation and is unequalled. H , 7 habitu-allyalieta- in '" x ' ARCHITECT, lcad-penc- il tho'ln-tolligen- Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The Firo Sack is made in three sections. As the center barns ont much faster than the ends, this piece WASHINGTON CITY, Connecllng; In aame depot with fait tralna lor can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Ventilated behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. Chambor The Direct fionte to Lynchburg, Dan The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and ville, Norfolk, rako the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built All Virginia and North Carolina on it, if desired. H Points. Many other conveniences are attached to this Stove, which I ask you to For tlckel. and lurtber Information, apply to journea.-ea- t ticket orbce, or addreaa examine before buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B.Montgomery, J A HEM C. ERNST. Clenl. bouthweatern Agent, Mrs. W.F. McKinney, Mrs. W. 0. Welch, Mfs. 0. H. McKinney, Mrs. 8. J. 310 W.Malu St., UmlsTllle, Kjr. :. W. NB11TII, II. W. I'DI.I.EK. Embry. Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. 0. A. Lackey as to the advantages (len'l Pasa'r Ag'l. Uen'l Manager, lllchmond, Virginia. the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, ington, KyM Ciiicliiiinti aud Lex- THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, ra Afflicted, Attention mi. GANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. UANUPACTUBED BY W. K. QANN. M. D., W. H. HICrGINS, '! ;.,: ! THE la fit t, there ro MONTIOELX.O, KY. POlCXAltlIi: KNGINl'. SAFE AND DURABLE! hr I'rl.-e-, BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. - thirty-slx"-ca- rs a. .j The world ia filled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Inientlona ol man, jet all Ihe combined talent and genius thit the world tiaa ei-- er known baa neter produced anything that can com oara wstb "Dr. Uann'a itemraies." Meuirai kill and science hue, aa let. lauevi to aiacorer anr ining oiuai to tnem lur the cure of the dts- (jr which ther are recommended. Aa their f lrtuea and usee are braised br thouaanda throuitb out the length and breadth ol the land, and as Biamiara raulllr ueiiiciaea, inej cannot ue aa I are fullf suUtautl.ted bjr the strong-ete.tlmoniala. For Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronehllla, Oonsomp-(lo- u and all Ulwaacaa ol the Throat aud Lungs, SOME 3,000 Is no Knglae that equa'a It , Ju.lTllEKNUlNlItoDrlTO Slumllcllr. Durability and Reliable Work. It Is PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, oly ..... 1 IVifl ttae Dr. Ghiiu'h CourIi .Syrup. For Liter rrjinnlilnl.Dl.nenala. Indljiestlon.Jaun- dice, Constipation, Sour Stomach and all Bilious Wood SinvN, anananr9ll JansnsnNflFrW KeBaBaflanlil1 I ElevatorH, Ai.eucs, ti,. if IISiu Uhu l)r. Ghhh'm Liver Cure. Cotton Gins, Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Hay lre.s.ses, liatlie.s, Ac. s. For Rheuuatiaiu, tf euralgla. Sprains, Brul.es and riwellluga-- an external application for man or bead Creameries, eT 1B Cull IhiKiiiL'H 11 Vmo Dr. Ghiiu'h I.liiiiiivnt. all "Ho Forlttea, Hemorrhoid., Burns, Fistula and similar aiaiaaea, at Tlio Interior Journal Oillce autl ncoouo of tho tlcHlrable iu oiicrallftn. lloHieiubcr every 12hk1ho Iiiih our Kiiarautue. Head it t hu? I no lire hour, of bjro. I vill liavo i roixfur.' An' I says, said I, oty null, Miwsoo, bring on ycr rapoer nu' imjriu' up his durty head .lit k Murphy, down yonder JInlwiiy, at this miuit ni.tliiiktouioslullaluli?" "AH'joliokcdhim?" ''111(111 nu' I did; nu' hb 1" mawthor's in tho Huo by tho Hoy It eosts Mr. IJeechor $2,000 a nio insurance. jenr for Bishop Uloomtteld has bejon widow-o- r He mar-rio- d and had several children. Tho courts held tho marriage woa n second time a widow with a legal, and Uio town had to support tin) wife, who was abandoned by tho bus family. Ono day ho asked a country band, although it set up the claim that clergyman to diuo wiUiihim telling him, "You will only meet our family party. tho contract was u bogus ono. Tho clergyman found a much larger num than "Tim maids of Athens are not hand her assembled in tho drawing-rooonio," says a rcoeut writer; " tlwy havt ho had anticiiatod, and was introduced by tho Bishop Urns: Tliuw ore. wine, ii ge, heavy faces, dark hair and oyeo, thoso aro hers, nnd thoso aro ours." aud valg comvlexlons," tamtlior. lOioiii but Hlnrnbi rule i Uio thunder i rut this tain iml mild uundrr. 1 Join UiU tuu ml uitlJ ' cosfusisa. PULLMAN PALACE CABS Cmo Dr. Ghhh'm l'Uu Ulaliueut. Dr. GHHii'ri OlHltUCIII. To Memphis, Utile Bock, Mobile, Monlgouerf, and New Orleana. Emlgranla to Tetaa bare their choice of I wo routes: Time uucU ia Memphis or Tla New Orleana. quicker and ratea lower than bjr any other route, ma also ine For Freah Cuts, Burns, Ulcers and Old Sores, Uho llttcr.8wcet QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST and alM cure. Djiwci.la, lloute to ell points InMlasourl, Xanaas, Illlnolt, rlodlcal CoiuplaUt, Malarial r.ier. and all Indiana. Iowa, Nebraaka, Colorado. Alkanaaa. Illwaaea. Maoufactund and for sale by and Kaat. Oulr oue change to Chicago, bt for further loforui.tlon about tlcketa to Ibe South, Kansas, Colorado, an I en Igrsnt rates to 3&. X)., 3C. C. 1. ATMUKK, Honda, addreaa erAU orders UuUillle, Ky. Sole proprietor, Moulicello, Kf. Un. 1'aaa. aud Ticket Agt Ky, M-- tl mall will recclre piouii.t-alttutloOr V, J. Antbour, At. Utanturd, UHoDr.GHiin'HNtoHiach lilttcrM A Reliable Tonic. Aptler and Blood l'urtlltr, Indigestion, Llrer W. OAiTIT, lj Weeajr to all purchaaera that we guarantee our Dookwaltcr Eojlncato be well aoj subalantlallj uiaJri tube sale, sluiilf, durable and uiiupUU In cooatructlon, to work well auj aire the full power tlalueJ when prverlatlaihe.l anj manage I We make the abut guarantee, anj aell on Ihe follow. (Ue It lui eomlitluue. la will glie the urclirtb nr.t JU.Iajs after the arrlialof the tDjIn. toback the a lair and satUfaclorjr trial, lucaieihebuglnefallatncouienploouriuaranlre. we will lake Knglue, refund ererr duller rccelrtd on ihe tnjlue, proildtd the purtnawT r. turns the Loglne to his nrarcai railroad ttailon. audlcaieslt subject to our order br thecluMolaaldSDdaja' trial. Itttalulr no win uouu a k or a more liberal oueraua ooatraut : S210 M l'owtr Kujrlne aud Boiler . ltd 00 Ine and llulfer.. 4Vllerae l'ower M UlIoiae Tower uuloe aud Holier . . 4M00 sU.lterM l'oetr Bdeine and lloll.r lciiverru.uu (era ai opriugovio, uuiu Kor further loforuiatlon and derlptle pamphlet, address the manufacturer., 03 tf JAMES jLUFFJUIa A CO., KirlMKHeltl, Okie. LOOK AT OUR PRICES ..i3 one sermon the whole CO out of 70 In atCommercial with the Qaullc of the tendance confessed the dear LORD, as I In my It was a memorable sersame city, whilo a surprise- - to every wrote vice. O! to look Into those tr-flll- ed KTT. body, makes n combination tho most V an hour before so hot and hard and dry, OF Tuesday Morninfr, January 2, ldS3 powerful in Western journalism. Good would have made any one shout for Joy as Deacon Smith is to manago tho finnn we did. For the tears were all tears of cesand I'ldd Marshal Ilalstcad tho gladness the overflowing hearts filled with EDITOR W. P. WALTON, editorial department of tho now con wondrous love to God. I am never more &0., AT- at home and never more filled with the which is ccrn, which is to bo called the Com spirit than when preaching to the class that The i'rnnkfort Yeoman nothing if not toiuljish and novcr ices mercial Qatclle. Jesus so much consorted with while on augSt'to criticize In democratic officials ItotAnKiNO on tho absurdity of earth. Jenroi's anrory they will be acand whichnpparcntljr bolioves that Gov. Blackburn officially approving cording to His true statement, who knows they liko"tho king can do no wrong," the Louisville Exposition to occur just what Is going to be. Pharisees may gnash their teeth, but so it will turn out as says that our animosity to Got. next year, the Breckinridge AVirs sure as God is God. l Blackburn causal us to wantonly says: Now let tho trumpets bray to Last Friday night we paid a second visit it. Fftlto in two particulars. In the tho fifes, tho fifes scream to the keltlo-drum- s to the Home. The weather was simply awfirst place we havo no animosity to and tho kettlo drums rattle up ful. I had a severe cold. The driving rain searched every unptptected crevice In ward Blackburn, only the aupremest, tho procession. our wraps; the wind blew a gale; and we contempt, and his namo would nefer NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. had two blocks and a half to go beyond the appear in.thoso columns wero he not The coit of the Kgypttan war Si put at terminus of the street railway before reach-which makes his occupying a position, I WIf.I NEM, MY- ing our destination, not to speak of five $23,000,000. of affair, a subject maladministration The Holm a li Pad Company has butt- block before we cou'd reach the proper of proper and indignant criticism. In ed with liabilities of $25,000. I line of cars at the outset. We made a joke dTk thoecond placo we have not assailed Orover Cleveland wa Inaugurated of it, however, and when the wind almost M j ' whisked us oil onr feet, we just laughed the the Yeoman unlets it considers itself so GoTernor of New York jetenlajr. 1S82 there were 29 suicides; 13 louder. At last we staggered in, tempest Boots, Shoes Knots, Purine bound up and wrapped up in Black 4 justifiable killing! in Lou- tosed, and with wringing wet feet. But SLKY. E. V. Shoes burn that a criticism of his abuse of murders and the dear sisters took the girls ofTto a room isville. power, is a thrust at his The First National Bank at Harroda-bur- g to dry skirts and shoes, and I sat by the organ. And further and until all was right KiRgins, 123. 125 William St. We will gave bim the unqualified vote of her Condividend of 4 parlor declared a vention. Doing good for evil la mighty if the Yeoman considers it only decent per cent. The flock gold last week at again. Then we had a second service on chinee our precent lodgings next week. the second part of divine life "My yoke Mis Ida Stoddard has been a most effi nice to talk about, but Oarrard county for journalism to not only wink at, bjt $133. is easy; my burden light." Five fresh ln cient in singing and working at her part, will let Mr. P. play hljgame pat on tho back, every official who age Mrs. Slaybaclc has withdrawn her dam mil against John A. Cockerhill, of Jhe mates.who had come in since he first meet- all the meetings. She goes with her fath without her assistance this time. ThoLAEGEST STOCK of WATCHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY trancends or breaks the law, becauso ing, made the good confession and then the er to Louisville next week on a visit to her for the killing of her Miss Allle Dunn, of Richmond, is AM) fSI17Vi:iMVAItK ho happens to constitute tbo powers whole room-furose to pledge the dear uncle, W. H. Munnell. The LORD bless visiting Iriends in town. Mr. Robert KenThe Georgia LegMature has made an Savior that they would "take his roke," that be, wo prefer not to bo consid the dear, self denying young evangelist, dall, of Fleming cjunty, ws visiting his Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower thanthe Lowest. Watches Olocis and appropriation of 51,000 for a portrait of the willingly Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. and cheerfully. We fought our proon. She ought to be permanently in uncle, Mr. B. M. Burdett, and other relaered of its class. the late Senator Hill, to be placed In the way back home through the storm and no the work, with her charming voice and tives In this county. Judge W E Our Representative has forgotten Chamber of Rf preventative!!. harm followed to any of us. winning ways and devoted love to Jesus. a flying trip to Richmond, FriBlackburn's pardons, the law' techni to send us the Congressional Record TIIK COLORED HOME. O, I want every body that has a charm of day. Miss Anna Burdett will return with and wo are glad he has. Tho daily calities, the handy pistol and the almighty This is a Home and Hospital on the cor. person, or melody of voice, or gift or grace her sitter, Miss Katie, to North Middle-towpapers tell us all we want to hear dollar have made criminal trial an unnec of Goth st. and lit avenue, with perhaps to be an EmngtIUt. That would leave where ahe will renew her studies in Nelson essary expense in Kentucky 100 inmates. We needed no singers there, plenty and more for other things, "The her favorite art music. Miss MattteJ. about Congress and moro too, besides gift of their race, harvest is so great and the laborers so few," Smith returned home last Friday from The Arcade Hotel, Cincinnati, has had for with the wo entertain identically the same opinQeo O Barnes. Georgetown, where she Las been studying New York to pay to the owner In full with costs, his they eclipsed Marie and the organ com Ever in Jesus. ion of the Record that the music and painting. She visited Cincin$2,105 left with the clerk who absconded pletely. So we let them do It all. A bless Wishes to Id form his ratront of Stanford sad tlclolly thai bo hts melted Sun doed, for it is truly a cloak for in- nati before her return to hear the "Mes with It, although the hotel plead that the ed meeting that was; 39 confessed the Sadecency, a tail feather for vanity, a man was not a guest of the establish- vioronly 2 remaining obdurate. The siah." Hunter Irving will not return to of Goods, DEPARTMENT. stalking horse for dishonesty, a salve ment at the time. s Louisville, where he has been attending were characteristic. parting "Good-byself-lovCommercUl College, but will asslit his Which ho guarantees to snake up in first-clas- s honey I'' one old sister (aid to for for wounded a crutch The bill to prohibit political ases-mestylo. Satiifaction guarROUT. II. AV13ST, father in the Male Academy st this place. anteed, or no sale. Catting; and Repairing neatly and promptly done. of Government employes was passed Marie, "I'se from Kentucky too." They lame dignity, a far personLANCASTER. Mr. Flora, of Richmond, Is visiting al ambition, a convenience for the by the Senate but without the amendmenta all promised us to revise the old song, "' , The Bordett boys gathered off of the friends (?) in this vicinity. Capt. Ralph "Roll Jordon, roll, roll JorJoo, roll forbidding voluntary contributions by emwaste-pape- r basket for unapshirks, a land they purchased of the Flannery es- Sheldon, Register of Lind Office, was in I'm bound to go to heaven when I die, ployes, railroad corporations, or banks, or Roll Jordon roll!" tate over 1,500 barrels of corn. preciated oratory. In short, it is any- the use of malls for political purposes. town yesterday. We suppose that he was so as to go thus: Thos. Cirroll of this place, showed us looking after hit interests in this "neck; of thing and everything except what it During the laat twelve months the toI'm bound to go to heaven before I die, four onions that averaged 1 lbs. They the woods." The Ciptain has a great ma Roll Jordon roll!" pretends to be. Tho official journal of tal of new lines and extensions of railroads were raised in the interior of Mexico. ny warm friends around here. Mr. W A stuck a little in their throats, this change Congress should either be refjrmed made in the 44 Statea and Territories of the It They appear to be a very mild and well Morrow spent Christmas week with rela and run on equaro principles or abol- U. 9. foots up 10,821 miles. This is the of chorus, but after a few rusty attempts flavored onion. tives in Somerset. Col. Sam Burdett, of greatest number of miles ever built in one they got it out with great freedom and ished altogether. Quite a number of brilliant social enyear; exceeding by 1,500 miles that of 1881 unanimity. It is a strange fact, th'af peo- tertainments were given In the town and Ml. Vernon, spent Sunday with relatives in town. Mis, Katie Caldwell, one of the report of pardons or- previously showing the greatest Increase. ple don't like to be happy, or blessed, or At vicinity during the past week. We are lower Garrard's charming young ladies, be The amount of money required to build saved or useful, right off.. A now salvation. dered by the last Legislature is to sorry that we are unable to give each one gave additional lustre to the society of our printed, the Attorney General having the roads of Jlait year was $270,000,000. is the hardest thing to persuade either the notice that it deserves. town during the past week. Mr. James C AIAVAYS STOCK decided that it is tho duty of the Pub- Iowa shows tho greatest increase, 053 miles saint or sinner to receive. The first meeting of the stockholders Bryant, the popular young druggist of 3. THE INEBRIATE HOME, and Connecticut the smallest. 2 miles. to elect a President and Board of Directors Bryantsville, is sick with pneumonia. Miss lic Printer to do bo. The document Christmas day we went there to afterKentucky added 80 to her mileage. Grocer-Ion- , Patent hikI Family of the Lancaster, Danville and Stanford Jennie Chestnut gave quite a nice "candy I( embrace Staple hiiiI Fmiey is very lengthy andnotwithstandsng it About 40 noon meeting, by appointment. Flour, Meal, IIhcoii ami I.anl, Tobacco ami (.'Igarx, IVood-eTelephone Company, will be held at this pulling" to her friends Thursday night. "PRAISE THE LORD." covers a period of only the first eighintelli men most of them The project Is being encourplace Willow and Tinware, UIhkm and iltteciiHWHro. Canned teen months of Blackburn's rnieerablo 123, 125 William St., New York City, 1 gent persons are voluntary prisoners in agingly supported. Nerer Girt Up. December 23th, 1882. GooiIh ol nil kliuN n Hpcclully. Hemeiubrr tbo place, "The this establishment. The Superintendent is administration, shows that 847 par- Dear Interior: y If jou are luOcrlog with lov sod deprrtwd spir for The "intimidatora" leave general debility, disordered himself a reformed drunkard and believes its, lost of Corner Nlere." dons have been issued. There will bo It would be Dremature, should I an only in a cure via the soul saved by Jesus. Frankfort, Messrs. B. M. Burdett, H. C. llcod, weakappetite, comtltutloo, headsebe, or sny dlwiM KaurTman aud R. IL Tomlinson, attorneys, ofs bilious nature, by ill means procure a butlls 350 pages of the report and- - it is un nounce now the result of the Christmas ap- So I had a clear path here too, and no derstood that the cost of its publication peal. If we have not as many friends as watching nor red tape. One sermon suffic- will accompany them. Mr. Phil. Thomp- of Electric Bitters. You will U surprlwd tote we thought we meet them In Frankfort. The the rapid Improvement (hit will follow; you will will be 8500. It does not matter if it loving responses had (and who has?) these ed. 21 confessed the dear Name 'of Jesus, son, Sr., willcheerful, feeling assured that bo Inspired with n.w life; strtnitb snd Ktlflty to our circular letter that boys are all will return; ptln snd misery will crue, and hence 85,000. It should have been publish only 1 man holding out and he has yielded lie before me aa I write, pleasantly tell of they will cet oil without any trouble. forth rou will rejoice In tht prilts of Electric ed 'long ago and the Public Printer or unchanging affection and interest In our since the meeting. OI it was just glorious Sheriff elect Geo. Higginbotham, will Bitter. Sold at SO cents a bottle by Tenny A Mc- again! Praise the LORD, is all I can aay to somebody has been exceedingly remiss work on the part of a devoted few. Praise Mr. Thos. Palmer Al liter. go into office situation. Once since I have in bis duty. the LORD and thanks, many and fervent express the will be his deputy. Mr. J. M. Higginbeen up to the Home, yesterday, to anoint LAKC1STE8 1DTEBTIHEIE3T. to every one who remembered us in this botham the sheriff retiring hss been one of IfiE Xiouisville Uommeraai says timetif need. I believe the time will come Bro. Bunting, the good Superintendent, for the most efficient sheriff that Oarrard that it is a pretty straight tip from in- when tho issues of Christmas scrip "in JE- a rheumatic attack of the devil. It was county has ever had, ami is a great favor II. O. KAUJTFMAN, side, tout that Mike Owsley is gal- SUS' NAME" that we send to donors, will touching the way the dear men came out to t,AW, ATTORNEY" ite with the bar and officers of the Court. LANCASTER. KY. as a be better property to have In hand than take me by the hand and tell what the loping down the Miss Katie Burdett gave a coterie on LORD had done for them. There are Master mighty strong dark horse in tbo race shares in the N. Y. Central, or government some splendid men In the Home men of last Saturday evening; tbe.event was high practiceCommissioner Otrrard circuit Court. Will In all tho Courts of Utrrsrd and adjoining 4 per cents. Jesus' name Is below par In which would only be suppos- counties ana iu me uoun or iippemis. ly enjoyable, for the' Democratic nomination for wealth and influence, including a judge Governor. Things have changed, it this devil's world, just now; but the good from Indiana and others high in worldly ed, when we mention Miss Katie as hostess, time is coming when "every knee shall bow" assisted by her sister, Miss Anna, and Mrs. is said, since Knott made his triumphto Him and then, "inasmuch as ye did it position. Several were skeptics before the Ben Burdett. The refreshments, to which -ri AXO M AtlMK- al tour of the State, and Owsley is not unto the least of these my brethren, ye Christmas meeting. But GOD'S LOVE is justice was done, consisted both of the delthe cure for that, as well aseverylhlng else. INSURANCE COMPANY, said to do gaining strength every week. did it not to me," settles everything. icacies and substantials. that a aweet "Christmas gift?" 3x7 But I must bring up details of the work Wasn't The mountain men are swarming, and Mr. Frank Vanmeter, a youngs'er Or Ilorrost, Hah equals heavenly 3 multiplied by heavenly hailing ffom Lexington, made himself the central part 3f tho State is weak- of the LORD in New York, to date, or I Capital. 1500 ,000; surplus. IA3,G..3I; total utU, I!,0.V,6.3.31. HOUr. UlNNAIKII.Agt., ening under the appeals of his friends. foresee they will get away with me. We 4th. Baxter Street Mission. Baxter quite conspicuous on the stieet during a Lsocuter, Kentucky. shall succeed here, though the newspapers Street is one of the 5 whose conference at Christmas, by loud talk and a very markTncLouisvillo Commercial appeared with one accord predict failure. That is a single place forms the famous "Five ed u'e of profane language. As he left yesterday under its new management, one reason why I think we shall prosper. Points," long famous or infamous aa the town he fired off his gun in front of Mr. SrmroaD Btiii of New York life. Thirty years John Huffman's. A warrant of arrest has printed from bright new type, was The devil would not take the trouble to predict if be did not fear the power of this ago when I first knew the place. when a been sent to Lexington fdr the young was full of news and as pretty as a LANCASTER, KENTUCKY incoming gospel. The Sun has been espe and he will be made to feel that the In the seminary, its depths of horschool girl. It is somewhat reduced cially unjust to me in circulating among student ror had just been sounded by a heroic man municipal, laws ol a small town, as well as t its man in Bize but is still as large as any JOHN T. IIIUCIINS, PROPRIETOR. thousand readers, as Infamous a named Pease, who first ventured to live of larger ones must be respected. paper in the country. In politics it report of my last Sunday's sermon at Tren-o- r in this abandoned place, and open a MisWe mutt congratulate our Sown offHall, as even malice could desire. It sion for the reformation of its wretched icials, and compliment the boys on the exwill be absolutely independent and if HOTEL A FIRST-CLAS- S conducted as we know it will be under did me much "harm. The LORD reward inhabitants. The work was a success be traordinary good order that prevailed In In every particular, Th patronage ot tho puUlo the editor "according to his works," as Paul yond all expectation, and soon others camq pur town during Christmas week. The solicited, and eattsttctloa guarmteed. the managing care of our friend said once before, of Alexander, the copper-smit- to hit aid. Now it Is comparatively re Towq Ordinances were, violated only twice will soon become n young Allison, it This unkindness of Mr. Dana deemed, and one can at least walk through during the entire week, and then tint violabig power in the land. astonished me not a little. I hope he the quarter by day and night without be tors were promptjy arrested and fined. against whisky drinking is knew nothing about the true state of the injr stabbed or knocked on the head and When we see from the pipers the records in a Mt. Sterling telegram case and that an ambitious reporter, with robbed, as was the case thirty years ago. made by our neighboring towns and epia furnished lively Imagination, wishing to get off some- It can never be anything else than a gravi- pare them with opr own, we are strengthfor the temperance people who will thing startling, is at the bottom of it, I tating point for wickedness, with its nar- ened in our belief thatt Lincmter s on the make the most of it. "James Ward," don't worry about it a moment, I only jot it of streets, lined high road to prosperity, 'for nothing can row, tortuous it says, "conductor on a O. & O. down as an item and a very small one in with tenement houses of the lowest class, add more to the prosperity of a town than freight', took two drinks at Morehead, the history of this, God's movement. A until some millionaire buys up the whole good and well enforced municipal laws. The year that has just closed has been and then started east with his train. few days ago, while I was thoughtfully pon- area, tears down every thing and builds up talking to the dt novo. Meanwhile good people are faith- the most prosperous one that Lancaster A quarter of a mile from that station, dering the situation and dear LORD about It, In my usual way, I fully at work with the swarming but neg- and Oarrard county has bad since the war, he fell betweon the cars and was so kind has thrived and opened my large print Testament, with a lected population. Prominent among these Business of ever terribly mangled that he died a few hungry longing for a word from ills own Vc begin the is Mrs. Doolittle, who for ten years has had a growing tendency. hours later." dear lips, that should fill my heart with faithfully and patiently given her life to new year under the most flattering prosFunousoK, back tax collector of "joy and peace in believing" It. The first saving these lost ones. She has won the pects and we look forward with the firm as Louisville and Levi, chief of the Fire and only text that met my eye, as I opened, confidence of these people by her gentle belief that 1883 will put us a town and "haphiiud," (as men ay) was this, In love and now can do almost as she pleases county, abreast of our most flourishing Department, having confessed that Acts, XVIII; 0, 10: "15a not afraid, but apeak with them. At her invitation, I went to neighbors, Much or thw prosperity we tbey appropriated tho funds of the and hold not thy peace; for I am with thee, Baxter Street to preach yesterday after- believe, is due to the rigid enforcement of city to their own use, have been sur- and no man shall set on thee, to hurt thee; noon. I found gathered in an upper room the law. We can now jutly lay claim to rendered by their securities and are for I have much people in this city." Was half a dozen well dresed ladies, who at a "notoriously peaceable' town as well as a ENTEPRISE GROCERY, now in jail. Another feather in Jhe not. that just glorious? I shut the Book the word of command from sister D. went prosperous one. Let us with the beginning and aald: "LORD, that is all I want; thank out to gather the congregation. Our dear of the new year pledge ourselves anew to cap of the fearlees Comtnercial, which you." And it has been lying iu my heart, girls joined the crusade, going boldly into the supporting of the laws, and the good exposed them. like a heavenly benediction, ever since saloons and gambling dens and asking the name that we have gained, and In the end The Louisville Commercial, in na- And now for a brief account of what the rough fellows, black and white to come to we will receive our fust reward. Cards have been received here anming a Dumber of republicans from dear LORD hu already done, sweet earnest the Mission Chapel. Some came, some re fused, but not a word or act of disrespect nouncing Mr Jos. Desha Pickett, is a canfirst class State tick- of the still greater blessing in store. which to select a Wholtulsaud Detail Doalsis In to the office of SuTUB MAGDALEN HOME. Cups. &c. to Shoes, from even the worst. Soon these angels of didate for Itc- et fails to mentlou Judge J. A. Lytle Tliis la Ian institution on 88th We st., beyond mercy by dint of diligent going and com- perintendent ot Publio Instruction. ni om or Peter Chandler, of Lincoln. The the Central Park. At present there are 75 ing had filled the room "compelling them would say to Mr. Pickett, that, should Staple and Fancy Groceries, Queens Commercial should appologize. ware, Oassware, Candies, or 60 women and girls there waifs rescued to come in." Then I preached and the there be another competent candidate, bis of a stock of goods that vc arc closing out This is not the tail-enfrom the streets. Some of them have fair, LORD was present to save. The usual re- cards sent to this county, and we bellsve to Fruits.Clgars and Wallace GnuiXLE is the only ed young faces, but uiot of them bear the sad sult followed, 24 confessed tho Savior, and this entire Judicial district, are money, but the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. itor iu tho State who furnished bis traces of the dreary life of shame that so those that wouldn't, just turned and ran material and labor tbrbwn away, unless he Tobacco. readers a Christmas story of his own soon blots out womanly grace and loveliPurchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy.' We out of the room as if pursued. Another can explain to the satisfaction of the peo- A UUOCKUV- -A WELLUOUT. composition. It is nearly five colutns ness. The Matron and Chaplain of the In tl, room j house. Krerjtlilog nsil as LORD'S grsce ple why he was so bitterly opposed to Mr. glorious exhibition of the will make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, who long KBd yery entertaining. a pin and price, lower than stitution are both noble christian women, and power. Prsise His dear Name forev- 11. M. Burdett being Judge of the Superior will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. Chicago had only 51 murders last working for something else beyond the sal- er. But I exhaust your types and pa- Court. Jn 1870 when without it, Mr. to See Them tit the Xew year aud Chicago is not in Kentucky aries they get. 1 had no "red tape," as in tience. All well, Our permanent and saf Pickett could not have been nominated Don't Full December 19, 1882, Cincinnati, to smother the gocl, and after est address is still and will be, care of Isaac In th State Convention, Oarrard county either. tho Cinclnnat Tub consolidation of lt. jt, NEW FALL AND -- WINTER STOCK DRY GOOm.NOTIONS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, ."TT!3 Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest, S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Lan- E. I3. O "W IS Ii IE "5T PENNY Notions, Fell w& nt and Clothing lor tho next 30 DAYS at grcntly reduced prices. and Clothing a Specialty. Buy " A nci. el AC? M. Heavy semi-annu- base-bur- ner a & McALISTEK, TI3"W"E5IL.3IS3E1.S. lun-ban- ll Walk-ermi- Re-car- d. n Stanford, A Splendid X c. - MEKCHANT XAIltOIt, Stock rupley, Fall and Winter Kentucky, Garrard County Editor. e, step-ladde- r H. C. last St. Asaph Block. Stanford. IS COMPLETE. GROCER, BRIGHT J n. GREAT CLOSING OUT At home-stretc- h ALE. MANUFACTURERS'. CHEW, HIGGINN IIOIJ8K! cess-po- n SEVERANCE&CO STANFORD, KIT., two-cen- h. Atext -- Desire to close out their New House! entire stock of goods k mmw And propose to do so AT GEO. D. COST and in many cases less than cost. BURDETT & CO. ' aeD We have S15,000 worth of new and Fall aud Winter LANCASTER, Dry desirable Notions, Goods, Clothing, Boots, lints, d her soil in this way. VIIiST-CLAK- S ioi-lj- r. f i rr r 5? P the entertainment Is described an haying, been gotten up In elegant style and IrT lavish profusion. The gueali enjoyed the whole ton AAi.K'fonr handsome residence. Tni6t.Wyer with llo;i and narrow, Iti affair fflTA.WB'OKX), to the utmost ind came away unani Will w Tcr, ep Htinford, Dee. 25, hope and ll feint, hi gone and we enter Tuosday Mornlnff, January '82. W.Ctdg. moil In their praises of this revival of true ig8;, the new with the idrntje of It etfll and genuine "Old Kentucky" welcome. If. C. Iturr.KJl. needing the money due encei. Tictu profit by them and theVlili Among the yonng people present from L. 4 N. I0CAL TIME CARD. XJIilm. Those Jn (bled to him ire rriptct" which we now eilend to our reader', abroad I may mention In addition to those thit they may hare a pro'perotm yeir, will already named, the Misses Keese, of Illnoli 9 SO A. u PiirKqiiMieil I'ssiesfer trains North call and eettle. " be realized. " South. .7 Mr. rV ,..rc.ig ind Mise Annie Cook, of Fnnklin College; rented the Clement . .wtin m DEATHS , and Messrs Will Robinson and Dick M i0M NOTICES. niebmony"""1'of Girrird, ind D. C. Armstrong, Din- Owing lo the Iom of our note, we nrg Awpli of thfi ""n'nK P' "'D l" "' Ituv I'ainiW I'ennv MoAliitter. lected lat Friday to innounce the death of ville. A few oftheold stiger, J.M.Cook, Jitre. Htrv joiirsinmunltlon of ill kind from Mr. Win. I. Moore, Jr., whore rerioui UN Sam Reld, Steve Drye, We Hocker Tub irn.M of be MalUlierl A S(kk. Nr.tr stock of Jewelrr ami Hllverwsre t doed win, ityv..r,,1,r,'V!;nr.ur nei Iim been noted ereril time of lite. and Clint Jenkins were present and nobly M1 reliable opinion as won the right to give He wi a rrIdenl for a long time of err. further. Penny A MdAIIsterV. K0x' oflScr ind wii In hli 3oth yeir. Con to the excellence of the banquet. I waa at .Inr.l Clock and Jewelry repaired an.l Watoiiw, nil warranled ly Pennv A McAllster. iiimptlon wa the ciue of hi death ind he first a little puttied as to why Uncle Pent cure a rooi! and wber nun lo fill m', l -ltC. hid inflered with It for orera ytr. SfANDAitli Sheet Muilo, Vocal and hid forgotten to Invitj W. L Williams and Tho Firmm Niilonil Ilink riw for 10 cent at Penny A McAI. Judge H, W.Turner, of J.lchmrnd, if- your correspondent, but leirned in eipli-natio- n 5 later'. Ficnuiu iiuwins; iur ineiiotiiz tnoniv s Inntf n.l savami tllnAi r.t tliftiitnatfn that they lought mm with Larob sleek of Window (Mum. all flic. nil Oihler J. 11. Owiley I Ju.tly proUiTv,ut, lideid. He ind nnexceptiomble staying wi eilucated at Centre ppetite Double Hiitk (jlni for flower lt. Penny 01 11. a uiTiiieiiil of I ir cent. I declir. Uois,e anj during hi life held mint ofTi- - qualltlei and in this view of the case their A McAUtT. eil, a turpliieol $.10,300 10 ihown ind In CM ' and lrut- - among them prenl- - solicitation! were made with unerring judg(lit idunl deposit to the imonnt of $200, uemiaiJ'or personal eievoi, counVr attorney, county ment. Biker's Band was there in full The earning for the lilt tlx Judge, State 8itor,epi.fenUtIe,8peik Mil. V. 8. FuANrii a.nii wins are at 691.41. force, and proved themselves artists, wheth month were $13,304 CO. er bf the LowerNjJouae and a( the time of er in full orchestra with their legitimate inthe HI. Asaph, hi death km ClerV 0f that bo4y. Ho Oll.WtDCoormt I back from Jot wai struments, or performing independent solos Tiikhr had been aoinewhat of a "baking 1 genll, man and hli death on knife, fork end spoon. Of course the field, on a visit. up in the Firtt National Rank. Mr. J. W. will be felt. Hi igeViA 51 Mii. It I). Srunrt, nf I'ajetle county, MoAllnter ln re'lgned a Caahter Terpstchorem portion of the company ind Mr. called to see u yesterday. found a room prepared for them where they J.J. Moltuberl, Aaalitint, tiaa been elected HELIQIOVS, . seemed to forget ill "the lit thit (leali Ii Gait. J. II tliiAKf, we ire sorry to to fill Ida place. The President, J. 8. Hock- Kid. I. IJ. Clrubbs wdl 1, peach .t Iln.l, say, la very 1(1 nf pneumonia. heir to," and though the dancing of some er, I'1, li tofetlrefrom hit law iiractlce Branch church next Sunday at II. --,Mw 1'ict ItiiiditT, of Diiivlllc, Is may have been winttng in grice, 11 maue nil glre bli whole attention to (he flank, Prayer meeting will be reiumed at the 1. n.i..l. tr. 11 iiiiim; ucr mu'ucr, .n. i. w. iiugu. up the deficiency In downright honest hi laliry hiring been o filed 11 to Induce -T- mtnfMr K. It lt?iley' lililiTilrl, him to do o. Mr. McAllater'n action we Bsptlat church Wednesday night at 0 o'clock. Miry and I,liile, have the pneumonia, JtfT. tERNQN DEPARTMENT. regret lo t, la bcciue of hi determina-- Kid. W.ILCIoyd will preach for the Mil. It. I) III I.I, a pruuitnrnt yotinir. tion to accept the Caahlemhlp of the rial-to- n Olveoa church this year on the 1st Sam. M. Burdttt. Editor. Sunday lawyer of Williamsburg im here 8tur National Ilink it Bt Joe, Mo., ind he In eick month, beginning with next y A bitch of white convicts for the K. day. 11. V Hocter, who l to be Aaalatant, Mh. I Shbluv Tevu will Iriie to- - and at U. C. R. R. camps arrived here last week. The sew Baptist church it Huaton-vill- e diy for a month' visit to lil ranche ner will leare in a few diyi to locate permaYesterday waa Quarterly Court. On nently there. Stanford can Illy afford to tjun City, Karsa. will b dedicited on the id Sunday In account of St being a legal holiday, howand aparetlieae enlerpriiing young gentlemen Jintury without fall. Iter. Lansing Bur-ro- ever, Judge Lair adjourned his Court unMi. Oou C. If. Itocitr-iTr.-u gl-- e them nprelnclanlly. We I Jiuchtrr, Mies Mile hare returned and ahe will expected to be present. when the docket will be called. til t, heartily commend them lo the gool people from lllrniinghim, .4la. After the entertainment last Thursdav Dr. J. W. Cox ba declined, call to a Mil KonritT 1(. Writ, recently ol of 8t. Joe, a gentlemen of the flrat order church In the fir West, at a salary- of $l(i night, the devotees of Terpsichore assem and buainrM men of the itrlcteat Integrity. OeorgrMuwn, In clasrge of the? Garrard 500 and the" expenses of his family paTd'to bled at the Joplln House and "tripped the county drivrtpcnt of the Stanford Jour. Stankoud and NAMlviU.it The Jus- the city He it one of ihe, best preachers light fantastic" until the "we sma' hours." In the County Court last Tuesday, Nau - Xline. tice of the county met at 1 o'clock yester- the Stanford Church has ever had and Ihe Macteii Kiiiuk UVloii Iloc1iK1fir.it day to consider the railroad question ind members ihould sea that his salary is rats-e- d Judge Lair refused the Application of J, ! the jnimcft sittcriter on our ltt, swl were iddiewed during the afternoon by a from life present pitiful sum He his a L. Joplln for tavern license with privilege lie start out right by planMwg down hW number of enterprising citizen, vlt: D. family to mpport and can't afford to preach to retail spirituous liquors. Mr. Joplln will carry the case to the Circuit Court. W. V.ndereer. M C 8nfley, W. II. Mil- for nothing. He preachw here on Ihe $i!60ln advane Walker Nemcomb, col'd., hi to com Cait ItALrii Siiruiox, Keuister of ler. Oil C. JJ Itocheater, lie y. 8. 8. Mc and fourth Sunday. the LiihI Orfire and candidate for re tiro ICoberl. A K Denny and others. They pletely remodeled and improved the propLAND. STOCK ANDcMp. lien, w here yesterday, increasing hia al all, save Mr. Uenny, spoke In firor of erty near the depot thit it doesn't look like Col. K. F Bibb liought of II. IMMer its former self. He his, also, built a small ready large lot of friend. He in a decided offering all the inducement in the power farotlte here. store room adjoining, and opened a stock of the fconnty to secure the road ind eich a mule for $140. No a lock of any consequence on L.e of fancr groceries. Walk is brimtul of MlsS I'AKTtflU MeKl.tSUY retnrnni argued fttj forcibly for an exemption from V energy and knows exactly how to make lut Stlurdav from a lengthy visit lo Mr. taxation for county purpose all property msrket yesterday. Ulley hay press for sale. money. J. 8. Sims at Hleailngslwri: and MIm Julia of the proposed road for thirty year. Mn Laivtl, at Mayevllle, She ! very enthuei Uenny ued all the argument (?) usually John Bright, Stanford. At the residence of Wm. Henderson, D. II. Yeiier sold to John Tew my 52 In this county, Dec. 2Stli, Samuel Henderratio river the crand timerhn hid. ued by (he opponent of the roid but hi son departed this life, aged about 76 years, Mil V. Zimmkhmav, I'reiddtnt of tbe e?orl lot IU effect when Mr. Miller allowed mule at $120. Joe William sold to Tom Woods G tie was, while a young man, unusually inU,0. K A N K. It, wa hrre jenlerdiy, that although he ( D ) lived in this county telligent and had bright prospects but lonklnK after the iHlrreult nf the new road, his Internal and hi money were all in head 80-- b, shoals at 0 cents. W. A. Maret sold to Sim Cowan 7 shortly after he arrived at manhood, his lie h jml bern br rented of a lorely wife, iltivle, and tint of course he didn't care for mind became diseised (the result of a spe ml In hi affliction he hi the ayiupithy of Stanford and Lincoln lobe benefited. "He 3 year-olsteers it $33.33. A. W. Carpenter sold Lehman Bros., cial affection), and he ne-- er recovered. For nuny friend. not onlv," said he, "traded in Danville, a long lime he was at the Lexington Asy kept hi bank account in Danville ind 37 head 1,501 lb. cattle at 5 centa. LOCAL HATTERS. Sim and Jim Eogleman sold to Green-berr- y lum, but waa returned a few years ago as bought hia good in Danville, but even Oo to lhTw(n Front," Bright 205 acre of land for $10,150. incurable and harmless. went to Danville to worship God." A vote Twenty l.GOO-lLut Wednesdiy evening Ashland cuttle sold in Clark on any proposition was not reached by the Itonx Saturday night laat to Mrt. L L, Court laat evening but It is hoped that last week at 5) centi and 55 bead 300-- b Lodge No. 370, F. & A. M. elected officers Dawaon, a boy. ss follows! W. P.McKee, W. M; Willis when they meet at 9 o'clock thl morning, hog it $5 33 per cwt. It. 1'. Owai.rv U cloiing out hi cloak Griffin, S. W.; J. D. Chandler, J. W-- ; W. Fourteen broke mule and 2 thoroughthey will at once vote to exempt the road and dalmana atcot. from tuition for the time laked. The bred bull calve for sale. R. B. AE. P. M. Weber, Sctfy.; Jack Adams, Jr., T.; C. A. Redd, Jr., 8. D ; F. L. Thompson, J. D.; II C Kvri.RY haa mored hia Tailor county has all to gain and nothing to lose Woods, Stanford, Ky. Itobt, F. Bibb wants 30 good, fat hog M. R. Moore, S. AT. After the election formerly occupied by this. If the road is not built, she lose Shop to the atbre-rooby 'ftl'iire Canon. nothing; if it is built, she not only secures delivered 6 miles beyond Brodbead. la the members sdjourned to J. E. Vowel's variety store where a big oyster supper was willing to pay 0 cents cashi a trunk railway with lis attendant advanta Oou It. F. Iltnii want 60 hand to Mr. V. Walta, of Jessamine county, ha indulged in at the expense of the officers ges, but she will gain In population and work on the K. 0. 0 milca from llrodhead, elect according to an ancient and ciea of corn that averages twenty-sipoll tax; In increased value of her lands a Wign $1 25 lo?150 custom. and In the development of her resource. rows to the ear, or about 1,300 grab. NationCau W. O llRAULcr old Chime A foreman on Dickey A L. F. Sharp bought of Hugh Logan a We hope and believe there Is not a man in al Hank Stock of Stanford yeiterJiy, at the Court so small snd contracted in his bouse and lot in Hustonvllle for $1,000 and works, K. C. R. It., who was struck $100 per ahare, which I a very gratifying views to refute this proposition which is another of J. W. Biahop, opposite for $500. on the head with a billet of wood in a row is premium, eonatdering that the Institution surely 1 little ta could be expected. J. K. Lynn sold to Col. M. Howard on Cbiistmis day, died from hi injuries ha been running but three montha. last fall a yoke of oxen for $145 and yes- Saturday night. Laat Monday, at Cotton's The Fincy Drew Carnivsl at the Skat- terday he bought them back for $141. The tore on Crooked Creek, this county, there Dit J. D. OwaLEY exclunged 40 rharei ing Kink wis, thinks lo the young ladies, a Col. Is only out a dollar and has a winter's waa a general row with fatal results. Acol Firtt National Ilink Hock with T. J verr delightful a flair, which wa enjoyed work ahead. cording to the best accounts, John Town-sen- d Foater for the name number of abarei In by the largest crowd of the Some and old Chimp Mullin were fighting I. Shelby Tevis is the boas corn raiser the Farmer National. The Utter wai rat twenty five or thirty of our handsomest and of the county, lie and his sister, Mrs. when Biggie Mullin, a nephew of old ed at $10 premium and the former al $2 sweetest were in fancy dresses and when knocked Town-sen- d , they appeared on the floor and glided grace- IIrt,oruhe old Gov? Shelbyfarm, known Champ, interfered. He and perhireof$100. down with a rock, then jumping sa "Traveler's Rest and' from' 211 acres Tun City Council refuel to grant fully around, ai ravishing a viiion of beau- laat year MrCTTl" gathered 2,730 barrels on his prostrate body, be stamped it into a to T. V. Hughr to run the Commrr ty, youth and loveliness wa presented a of corn; a little overllj barrels to the jelly. Townseod died from hia wounds clal Hotel, btcauie there wa no evidence is ever seen any where. The Misea Drown, ere. tie sold 00 birreis at $2.15, the Thursday morning. but that hi im in intention wi to aell always ready for fun ind frolic, were even highest figures we have heard of. The entertainment given by the Ml. r We are re to particu lovelier thin usual In their pretty costumes, whiaky. e Master Commissioner W. G. Welch Vernon Dramatic Club at the they will flick Miss Annie 1 a Itlc Bird and Miss Mary made the followlug sales yesterday. lar In the matter and that J. F. list Tbursdsy night wa a decided success. to their decision. Mis Sabra Pena a Wood Nymph. Peak's land on Hanging Fork 75 and a The following young ladles and gentlemen Mil J. W. MoAmstrii tell u that there nington a Hebe and Mis Daiay Uurnside fraction acre to T. P. Hill at $27 per acre, participated : Misses Rosa Reppert, Sollie as Flora, wore white dresses profusely trim- 74 and a fraetion acres to same t $38 per Whitehead, Hallle Butner, Cleo Williams, were oyer $70MX) reieired nt the Fint N flower of mnv colors and made acre. Two lot of Hincher's in IIutorrville Ella Joplin, Maggie Adams, Virgie Reptional Teitetday; a anm unpreceIented in med with glrliih beauty. The to Jas Crow at $275. Green Itiver tract of pert md Messrs. Geo. Baker, Bennett Jopamount for any tingle diy in the hiatory of a perfect picture nf Misses Helm were very handsome as well 150 belonging to Newton Smith to W. II. lln, Garrard Thompson, George Fish,Tho.. tint bank or it predrcemr( The dejoit e Itoberts, W. G. Adams and Jno. L. Whiteincreased J5C.O00 jeleidar and now foot 11 hindiomely dreased; Min Sue aa a Miller at $150. House and lot at charming little Hed Bird and Miss Letlie belonging to Itamsey to M, II. head. All acquitted themselves creditaup over $220,000. 11 "Folly" and with ring on her fingers Howard at $105, Nine acred and one rood bly and the young ladiei especially were Acoiiikmtlv Shut. W. 8 ,on of Coron- and bell on her well, trtrj conceivable belonging to Kimsey on Taylors Creek In highly complimented for the successful er W, S. Daugherly, wi aocideiitally' ahol place on her dress, she made mu!c wherW G Itlir.bv at $280 rendition of their part. The music waa bt a comrade ever she went. Mis Mary Owsley a Garrard to in the thigh a few furnished by the Crab Orchard String while out hunting. Tbeneioii wiain old "Night" appeared in a black dress, illumiLincoln coutrr. Band, and wis very good. The receipts hoire-platand being loaded "Ithabot, it nated with golden stirs, which showed her Has ton rMe mounted to about $30 tore unite a holt In the uVah Some fitly graceful figure to ill best advantage and Kindest wlahei of the season to the About Peon.. Mrs. O 8. NIeld and or more ahot ar itlll in the wound. heightened the beauty of her modeat face JoUKKALind all In'anyray con- Mr J. P. Chandler went to Louisville yesLoafing negroes hare become a terrible Miss ltosa Wilson waa very pretty as a nected with it especially "Cousin Kale." terday. Misses Ida and May Adams reYour complimentary notice of the turned yesterday to Daughter College. nulaance at the depr.t, ind yeaterdiy when "Pop Corn Girl," her handsome black velMr Anthony, tbo A genii ordered some of vet dresa being trimmed and embroidered maiden effort of our village club, leaves Mr. W-- A- - .Uurnside, Girrird county edione with while corn. It looked beaulilul for a nothing for me to say except to announce tor of the Danville Adwcctf was at Pine them to make room'fur the r, raacal became very iuaulling. Mr A, let while, but she was soon plucked of tier the creditable fact thit the first act of the Hill last week. Miss Lou Grant, of him have it with a poker and he allowing plumage by those who preferred to eat Treasurer on the following morning was to is the guest of Miss Cleo Williams. fight, Jim Owen mid Mr, Jake Cooper rather than look at the trimmings. Miss pay the printer's bill without grumbling, Mis Susie Woodyard, of Brodhead, waa Lucy Hit r ton, bless her pretty picture, nevSundry changes have occurred here in here lut week visiting Miss Rosa Reppert. oime to liia reacuo ind cleaned the out. A policeman ihould be at er looked better. Her handsome and neat- the last few days. Mr, L. P. 6hirp bought J. B. Johnston, of Lancaster, was at Pine ly fitting costume, was very becoming ind Hugh Login' residence and adjoining lot Hill last week on business. Mr.W.S. Knott, tho depot on the arrival of line. .she was a veritable little Qiirert Josephine, for$l,C00. He takes possession Immedi- of Lebanon, and Hon. J. W, Alcorn, pf Farmer National IUnk Stock waa boom we believe. Miss Emma Siufley was an ately. He has also bought of Login the Stanford, were here last week on legal buslug ye'tcrday, no me aelling aa high a $137 Arctic Queen and si men dressed the char- Urge ihops opposite the residence; ind iness. Mr. Joseph Owens, It. It. Agent at 66 per share. Dr. J. II Owaler iold 17 acter to perfection. Icicles hung about her from J W Bishop the property adjoining Pine Hill, will shortly lake the agency at ihitre belonging to the eatata of J U Ows- and s told of btr frigid habita- and will probably buy the lot on which the Woodbine. Ilia brother, John A. Owens, ley to San ford Irvln for Mr. R II, King, tion. Miss Mimic Chemult was a charm- old steam mill now stands. Mr. Login Jr., will take the agency at Pine Hill. at an average of $155 18 per Tfhare. J. 8. ing representation of ''Folly" and one of move to Casey, where bis mill business 11 These young men are rspldly developing V. Uragg, Hockrriold l&ehure to Mil. M. the beatllit of ber dress wa that she made locited. Soo Owens ha gone to Danville business qualities. They are soof Ml. Vernon, and J. W. Alcorn it au it entirely herself Mis Mattle Dinwiddle to tike charge of the Clemem House for the ber, attentive and Industrious. Here's to of$l&2JiO and J. W. McAIUter sold waa a "Stir of the first Magnitude" and present, but will bloom again in the genial the success of both. Msjor John 8. Coop15 share tu Kid. Jot, Ilaljou ind 0 to ShelThere atmosphere of Cumberland Falls when er, of Louisville, wis here last week visitibone with unuauil brilliancy. by Tavii it an average o( $153 23 per were many other who appeared In party Summer comes. G. D. Weatherford will ing friends, Mr. Wm. 8auuders, of Crab hare. dress, notably Misses Nettle and Lula Kron- - come to this place and open out again In Orchard, ind Mr. H.T. 8pratt. of LancasCoUNTV Couitr, A bad day and a atoa, of Kichmond: .Mia Comic Uooper, the hotel. Dr, Fowler goes to Stanford on ter, were in town Thursday night.' mall crowd, with bualner only so so, tells Mrs. .1' Owsley, Julia Coop, Misses the 10th. Receive him kindly, for he ia O. A. Baugh for Rtprttentatito. tho tale of yesterday. What was done in Belle and Jesse Cook, Liule Drye, Ac, Ac. worthy. Cliy Powell move) to the Bled, the County Court before the meeting of the Wa haven't much c to devote to the soe property, (the Ark) which he ii fitting Rllttr IiUnwr Jvurmall Magistrate lo consider the railroad (jura- young gentlemen, but it is singular fact up for a hotel. Purdy moves to the bouse Believing that Highland Precinct tion is almoat void of interest. A. M. that all of them represented animal,' such Bishop leive ind Bishop Is like "Gideon which has worked from a few democratic gorilla and Bind," looking for a home. hid Felind Illtttt appointed deputy a monkeys, votes to some 70 odd U entitled to some lierlil under the act pawed by the last uch, but perhaps they would not like to The sensation of the holidiya wa a recognition at the hands of the party and Legislature for hi) benefit J. II. Hocker see their Basses in this connection, so we party given on Friday night by Mr. ind considering the fact that none of her appointed J. L. Hill his deputy to mike spare them. After the close of the skating Mr. Pendleton Jenkins, in honor of Mrs, have had the honor of representing the aaaeaamrut of properly Four persona a number of couples danced an hour or so Bright and Misses Ninnle, Sophie, JsannI the county, I hereby announce mysell a were ordered to the Poor house. J. N to uusto furnished from piano by the ac- and Battle Bright, of Dinrllle-l- he daughcandidate for the Legislature, subject to Menefee renewed his bond as Sherifi with commodating ladies of the crowd, with ter au.1 of Mr. J. who the action of the Democratic party. D. A. BAuair. were making her a Chilitmu visit. The comet accompaniment. 8. V Cowan and Craig Lyun, securities. nberrUK. P. Owsley's back mitc!,lii nl t rioronrnI LJfilZS Stop it W, II. HImIiw' ind RtUor icy J. H. Milter Decline. hltHtr MrMt: Stamford, Jan, 1st '83. I fully FINE FARM FOR SALE appref I I Lincaln County Farm Far Sale! ciate the flittering mention of my name as a candidate for the next Legislature coming is it does from my best friends but tny situation al home forbid and I must res pectfully decline. J, If. MlM.r.R. Judge Hansford Accepts. CitAn . I 9er fer sale irlvslely my farm of ITS seres en Dlx Hirer, 4i miles Bsslel Stanford, within shalfmll of thsnew InrapUs now belngeon-stritete- d It l"$ f a fram HunfoM to rreachersvllls. Ansa-cede- nt mile from ths Mllledgetllle t-- htsnf.nl pike and dlrt-ros- d from ths dwelling to the pike. from Rtantord A llustontl'l pike, Is well Ikillillnis are brlok sn.1 frsms, with 10 rooms. IS miles nas geed ImpreremenUislisat if Is In trass Well watered with fins sprints, somsoi themmed-le- sl watered, anuwnesiana niisncw ror rorn next year, is is water Improtrtnents nrsl-elsIncluding very productive. Any perron applying t onee the fencing. Terms llUrsl. AdJree or call on can obtain a bargain. ,ii. j. miirrr. MHS.rlAKAIK'OHK. atllledgesllle, Ky. N-l(Stanford. Lincoln county Ky. ton ,trfrm. InofIhs wihi end of within U mils l'ejton'. Well. eftVr far sals privately my steel lent Htlle Farm Uneftln ewin-l- y, ..." r- ' - "" Ortcrunn, Jan. 1, 188.1. l"'f Dob-yn- ' . Il.hMe A Hoi-tonrll- ...1.-.11- .1 1 ...... ' College. Please announce me a candidate to represent Lincoln in the next Legislature NTANrOHO. KY. subject of course to the will of the Democracyand siy thit I will address the With Full Corps of Teachers, people, and endeavor to give an account of my stewardship In the list Legislature, on This Institution will open lis Thirteenth Session on ths M Mondsy In September next. next (Februiry) County Court diy, at (be W. O. IlAKsroan, ALt. THE KKANCHEa OF A IMllor Inlrritr imrnat- Stanford Female a MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. ' E. II, BUKNSLDE, - Propi. Court-hous- e. - lr first-clas- A subscription to raise funds to erect rt whole-eotn.,- i.. ...... vis-i.r.- bronze statue of the callant General John AMD Are taught, as well as II. Morgan Is being agitated. from tho Mint unice MITBIO, THE liArlOUAOEU. DBAW. Its Proprietor ii Determined that frigure obtained it Shall be Second to no Country INO AND PAINTINO. show that dnrlnir the v.lr endlnir Decem Hotel in the State in it Fare, ber 31, 1882, $27,000,000 of all denomina Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of tlon. hive Isten coined from silver bullion their Onetts. In Tuition, trices ranee from IIS to tw In Ih purchased by the Government. regular Department. Primary, fJSj Klliih 11. Heeler and son. farmers liv 130; freparatojy, 110, snd Collegiate, Intermedial Hsssraga will bs eoaveyed to aad from the detet 150. free of charge. Special aeeommodatlnsa ta ing near Paiatsville Johnson County, Ky., to Commercial Tratelera. The Bar will bs full particulars, sa to Board, Ac., add res. Por were confldenced out of $300 in New York. always sspplled wltk ths choicest HUN. H. C. TKUEIir.AKT, I'rfnelimr, breads of Lhsera aad Clgsra. They thought they were receiving $5,000 Stanford, Unrein Co.. Ky. in counterfeit money, but the big contained only stone and salt. Good. THOROUOHENOUSHCOURSE This Old and Woll - Known Uotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, TERMS MODERATE. m em-phi- Sun-da- y - ec-o- First-clss- e An Enterprising Newspapir. The Louisville Weekly Cbmmereiaf announces that herealter Its yearly price will be only One Dollar. This reduction will miko the Commercial the cheapest and best general newspaper in the State. It will also be greatly improved. On January 1st, It will appear in an entire new and handsome dress and wltl contain, among Other valuable features, celebrated novel "KATEitFEL TO" The adventures of the hero and his thoroughbred race mare Katerfello, with the charming and yet thrilling love story of Waif and John Garnet, make the tale one of profound interest throughout There ii not a doll chapter in the entire novel. In order to obtain the first chapters of this tale of unparalleled popularity, subscriptions should be sent to the Commercial at once. By sixcial arrangement we are Ihtemoii able to offer the JOURNAL and the Weekly Cbmmemai to gether at the astounding price of only $325 per year, giving our citizen their home paper and the best family newspaper in the State, for little more than the price of one. Send your subscriptions at once. White-MelvillSemi-Weekl- y PENNY & McALISTEE ' DIALXa IK DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Pbyslclana' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. Oil PRICE! We Will Sell Everything in our 1 b. 1 Bucken's Arnica Sahe. The Lett sahs In the world for Cuts, Cruises, Soies, Ulcera, Salt Bheum, Ferer Sores, Teller, Chtrned Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all bkln Eruptions, and posltlI eures pile. It li guar anteed to givs entire satisfaction or money refunded. Pries M centa per box. For sale bj Tenny A MeAllster Millions Ciren Away. M llllons of Dottles cf Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumctloo, Coughs and Colds, have been glren sway aa Trial Bottles of lbs largo sire. This enormous outlay would 1 disastrous to the pro prietors, were It not for the rare merits possessed by thta wonderful medicine. Call at Fenny A. Mc- Alliler'l Drugstore, get a Trial Dottle ree, and try for jourwlf. It never fills to cure. CLOTHING STOCK - AT- j ACTUAL MARKET 5KTT ADTKRTISEWKNTS. JUDGE XV. O. IlANSrOKD x time-honor- Is a candidate for the democratic nomination for to Repmentatlrs In lbs next Legislature. COST I YOB Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and Ros-set- 's FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. sea-o- Because your house, or your goods, or your Hts stock, or your other property hare not been burnt or Injured by (Ire or lightning, Is no guaranty that Don't you think, then, that It tbeycixHOTbe. would be prudent to secure Indemnity In case such lots or damage should occur ? I otter you t his at Ihe lowest rates obtainable In any first-cltI represent seven and you may Company take your choice. SMu J.NO.M. 1'JllLll'S. it mmm Notice to Stockholders ! meeting of the Notice Is hereby siren that alockholders or the Farmers National Bank of Stan-lor- d b held si the office oful.l bank on will The 2d Tuesday la Jan., 1883, For the purpose of electing s Board ol Directors for ths ensuing yesr. J.ll. OWSI.EY. Cashier. 114-i- a glad-the- Court-hous- PUBLIC SALE OF TOWN LOTS I will offer lor sals 00 t! 0, Preach-erevill- bete 1 si Excellent Town Lota. Those desiring to sea them, can apply to me. 1HH3, on lbs premises In Stanford, at )0Slt Saturday, Jan. JOllX 2 o'clock, THIS IS THE TIME. 11K1GIIT. 1 dygo Having concluded to remove to Texas, I oSer for sals my FOR JfAUB cV ! BRUCE, , Ilewldciicc HiiHluctM Hoiihc, WARREN -- & CO. perger, -- Lin-caste- eetali-liahme- Combined in one, situated In lbs town o( Crab Orchard, Ky., on iAncaster street The building Is stories blah, SOx) feet snd eon. two and one-ha- lf Is 20x10, taina In all eight rooms. The store-roo- m and shelving nlcelysnd properly arwith counters ranged, with all ths outbuildings necesury lo convenience and the lute ol the moat fastidious, and an abundance of pur water lor drinking snd household puiKMs,leauttrul shade and fruit trees adorning and beautifying lbs entire piemlsea, all In 1 guod sud healthy coudltlon. Any one unstring a cheap yet valuable residence, among a clever snd prosrous people, would do well lo call and examine the piemlsea before purchasing elsewhere. Terms reasonable. VJ-- tf JOHN V. hTHOUK. THEE- INTERIOR JOURNAL WM. DAUGHERTY Buccessoi to Daugberly A, Hyde, mow-Hike- NTANFOIID. - - KENTUCKY, -- afmoraciuaiu o first-clas- s it-tr- Fine Carriages, Buggies, :vpiXCk3HBCtPB HiP Fe-la- vBPIf ormg-outang- s, AND PHAETONS, WAGONS OF1" -- citl-te- JBT'ESA.IMC- ALL KINDS. grind-daught- Carriages or all descriptions, W uaovtMtur workmen snd using soplovlug only arst-cla- ss tret-cla- ss only usterisl.sod aell at reuouabls stjle, workmanship and material rouild-e- l. JOB PRINTING OFFICK Printing in tho Beat la Proparod to do all kinds of of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. sr-1 Ill VYM. HAUUUCKTY. 1- -. '." VL MS rv. WHO Kt.llMt AWATTtlK TK.tttt MKS'.lCIS'O COMET 0 1HH0. OO MA1M . tnvY enacKKTT, 0M ""'" Is anything strnngor than tho human irflloniNT, COUTH -- HUT. II. ( Davjd, Crockett, tho American backRichard A. Proctor replies in KnoicU MlSi.. Mlir f wry H.mlr moinlnn mkI tdffe to tho statement that ho had pre- lionrt 1 Nalurb sends n frail, green vina woodsman, wns born nt Limestone, on OaJn, U'itm.HeAMrvA-VIA LOUISVILLE rlflftf "lM .A. Oulhltr I.k1 nllOu Wo- dicted that tho world would bo burned creeping ncross tho earth to reach n grim tuo tfolnchueky river, in Tonncsie II. C ThurUT BaS,K,n,p;tntn.lit. 1M will tx dlMoltnl, J It McAII jr rllrln AD Till K",J,.,lr.nryJoitJ .Mrrli htm on Ibj Mflrlf hi will cuiilniit the tutil ilotir. Wro' np in 1897 by tho fall of tho comet of wall and cover its ugliness to reach n Aug. 17, 1780. His father, of Irish iv Tuesday Morning, January 2, 1883 1880 mlilp tdilnrm Ml I ii...l. nrnrii inuniii, tnilom loMIUIIiAoM loili . into tho sun. Mr. Tractor shows dend branch nnd cover it with life. Wo birth, after various other vocations MISSISSIPPI oan rmmllilr. loiir , nini.iii. , M. lUcr, I'Mler fertltrl toh It tM'lf ' i"'' 5thnt ho never made such n prediction. bless naftiro ns wo soo theo things, nnd opened a tavern on ho road from AbrifM tall and Mil Jin Itl futornM. VJL. lotlrlh -- u,rt'.tl. morula mJ Ho expresses tho lielief that tho comet yet wo do not rcalizo that human hearts ingdon to Knoxville, nra Tiiitu icinnn whero David hitl!? rltni wlrm lli Rr will rrrnt trier Is hi, I'nijff Muslin otftj n.fdnU7 rarrow i hiikkp. 3- -. iv. own. Bun.Ur Kf liool l JO 1 M. DAILY TRAINS a Intnl. lultrtlullr, Whether (t tn Into that two IJrilMi in question is not likely to bring danger nro over doing tho somo. Ono day, passed his youth, from 7 to 12 years of ' 8urrlntrnilrnt d child looking ago. Ho was sent to a country school, txiloni onen cringhl n llper ly templing to tho solar system, nnd thnt tho world months ngo, n towi million. j to 11 is moro likely to last 15,000,000 years from n window snw n queer old man go but on the fourth day quarreled with J rtf tariff IT trMhlfil. I If J. W. ( Him into n, linrrcl nmi then having on Klnl fnd Thlnl snn7 rrnnoi THE RA8T AND MOUTH. 1 0 is Jna HTfrinf, riurvrinirnntni. than to bo destroyed in fifteen. But limping by, It tapped on tho pano, nnd tho schoolmaster, nnd, after playing i,imiIoi.i h i.i t nil ilirongli tho Ining-lioiPOI TH -- ltf. T. . Mflf- lllirjinTr-HUalthough thero is not tho slightest rea- tho Old man looked up. Tho sight of truant fbr a time, fled froiri liomo to rr rrlot Ctra tn.l Nw Dy Onfh Wllhonl T do not undertakes to decide. ... Hut Hun I' IDT. ixi.ior ronuir w I..M.A.'. l.k. W n. v CbiK. ,. son to fear that tho comet of 18 tl nnd thaksweot faco opened his old heart, nnd ntoid n flogging, threatened liolh by his Union tnirtntrn.!f nt t'Mon t'mjtr ft tiger Ims Iwen takeo prisoner la a u WnlnraltT nitntt HtSDTIIR A DAILY TRAINS 4 For five years ho lilnnkot fa Ixiyoud dispute, m nlso thnt a 1880 (nssnmlng thoy nro tho snmo) will ho went on his way feeling richer thnn father and master. tiger, having thrust It head through a ' any harm to tho solar system when for many n month post. Ho was tho roamoa nimt with drovers nnd carriers, CjncnnaifVeekly Commercial Eetnhllahed 1040. tmx maaairm wicker crnto which was filled with ducks, finally absorbed, it would b quito other- grim wall tho child wns tho green vino. till in his 18th year ho returned homo. t , (Iflyalx column family newiinper. "BRADFORD" AKDTIIF. WK8T. wise if such n comet as that of tho year Ho passed again, nnd ngnin tho child wns attended school for two months, loomAn eightcould not withdraw it and in this is- .ml the PORTABLE MILL. nominiou tiligiit, witu tho iitick, mak- 1811 were to fall directly upon tho sun. nt tho window, nnd for dnys nnd weeks ing his loiters for tho first time, nnd 8ltD Cii llJ D7 (Vxthn to 81. loutl With- ...jiMVcekly COIII.WHIATAIIII, out Ihaugis lulcrlor JetirHitl This, tho most rcmarkablo of nil known they novcr missed socing each other. At soon nftcr married nnd went to live in limna attLaiinniaV. r ing n prodlgjom noUo nil tho while, .i etna ' - roaoit'ia-i-t 2 2 TRAINS fortun-nteleach meeting tho vino crept nearer to tho tho wildest portion of tho State, distinir Adrvaa plalntr Mnnrtcnxlnlfant ths camp, until, gelling comets, says Mr. Proctor, wns THOSBRtOrOKOtCO. aalalaV aaiaiaiataW' sorno hundred million milos fr wall tho wall appeared less grim nud guishing himself ns n hunter. Iu 1813 Louisville to IndlnnnpolN, THREE DOLLAnS AljfrY CENTS Clilr0' lie, nan ..4 n0,!s ,tl10 '""WW. it was kicked to tlio sun nt tho timo of its .JrKaiJU F Ill,(IMIMiTI.O, it, nearest np forbidding. Ono day tho " wall" laid ho served in tho Creok wnr. under Gen. And allow the mWrlWr lo aelrrl, free nt charge, lnvo choked tl4olvc3 ANDTIIKOUTII front the following choice Hit ol hooka i'Jrjrfng to swallow frog, nralin siuglo proach to him, and can never bring tho nsida his old hat for a better ono. An- Jnckson, nnd nftcr tho peoco settled at D7CohMtq.l llorllflsc O11W 5" Throufh 1IIC OISCAM or TfiiiitiKof'" rrinw. WIcMitOhiiiM YOUTH nnd MANHOOD corabat with smaller animals been shamo slightest trouble to tho solar system. other day ho had n now coat.'. Agiun ho Shonl creek in a dosolato region in Ten, 7iArnbfrtH Milit. But it lis course had chanced to Ixj di- wns clean shaves, and tho " vino" scaroftt nessee. A community of reckless chnrao- - 1'or frilly defeated. ACU nr'TOHrAirn with MHlrrj. l'Mmll-pliln- The narrat ft r , . '-. Jriturtt Art-t- ir It OUT M6UICINF ly recognized him. No ono know tho icm iimving nocKcii . ts .. Nf York ir"l Bnolon, togotiicr, it was Tims n Kjritrtlltlon, hylJeiit limcnhowar. tiger of immenso rected full upon tho sun, tho moteorio Ai mm IAN ..' mm a It. found necessary to establish a temporary Thli la the Vtry Iat B"'., aa You Har Mo 7H Still on the Floww. by lleorge I Hot It I projiorlions, at ono timo tho prida of tho mosflos doubtless forming its head and old man, but all know that ho was fool-itl I'.tu- Change y .lain. I In tho influence of tho vino. II'aoil'M Xaturnl lUmUvy for How, ll. I. Government, and ho was appointed ono train (or tail) falling in countless millCalcutta collection, was killed uudcr ciraI I' -Hi It I I'M ll ' t with seo UUitralloni. I . fAs tho old man passed ho missed tho of tho.mngistratcs. v AJdflll i bn. jjriat Tkroith gi'l Coathiion All Train I 17nf f.viuiei by Mra. Henry Wl Ho soon nftcr cumstances thateovered it with ridicnlo. ions upon him nt tho rato of moro than THE PUDLISHtn Bet 234, Milwaakaa, Wit. n candidate for tho Legislature, 1mhoi,,3 Ahiianaefor IHHB. It happened that n lighting ram belong. 800 miles per second, when thoy crossed faco at tho window. Was ho too early Hare NUldnlcht Chanea t ' his visible surface, and probably passing or too Into? Ho lingered and looked nnd mndo n successful electioneering The Siclan family Hoblnmon. ing"fonsolilier in one of tho regiments Arrlta at BttUula 1 Hoara la A4iaare of A Trent lie ma the Jlirrne re ml III Otarr Llata, lb'nl.7 awurlnf more time r rantoned in the neighborhood becarao deep biow that surface with ever nud and seemed lost. It was thosartoucxt tour by shooting at matches nud ltlmeae, by Ir 11 1. Kendall WllkleColllna. Telocity to reach day, but a kind heart pitied him and sent stories. Ho was twieo re- as niakloc chatgevftara ami getting flrat choice REUABLE SELF-CUR- E, TTir IfoHinli In IT7ir,by o( ata In ran of connecting Unci. "H "Ijjnio'j'' troublesomo that tho his real nucleic, would have generated out word that the child was sick. Tho elected to tho Legislature, but dovoted Illntortl ofthelilMgilmtn of Ireland. Colonel orlorod it to bo sent to tho aa A faeorlte prrwrtptlon of one of the Warerlu, by Hlr Waller fcotL aaoat notM ana occwirui ;p itnii in wia u. n. peciollyj to, bear hunting, till z Zoological Gardens. Yet there it was nn intensity of heat far exceeding that grcon vino hnxl reached tho wall only to himself To Inillanapolla and Chicago, and the only nowrilrdi roe tbeetireof Arrroum aatrfns A Hrnrr Imlv, by MlaaMnlotk . llnMea aud lleem v. iioul which ho constantly emits. Tuo in bo blighted. Two days more, nnd thero in 18.27 ho was elected by tho party of of JjllneglTlngtta latronaa along h .Wit ns trouliltyiomo as ever, nnd being no lIJa lllrtlonnrv. The lllhte (ilaiaaealleoeatopya.l)ro(gtaucaafill . was cropo on tho door. The child wSs Jackson a Repr&elitalivo in Concress. creased emission wonld not havo lasted o itlif araorea ol Lake Michigan. t.nitu Auttleu't Seeret, by Mlra llraddon DR. WARD A CO., Loal.Iaoa, M. Addreaa curiosity, though excellent mutton, it I V. I'. WA I.TO.V. Call on or a.l.lrea was decided to giro it to tho great tiger. n month, or even a week, but it would dead. It hod fallen asleep in doath Al Washington lto obtained notoriety by Ldltor Intrikr Journal, rWanfoH, Ky ! 9. For Tkkata, Katea. Time, Ma. witllout a struggle, knowing nothing of tuo eccentricity of his manners and Inn Ho ferocious was this creature supposed havo sufficed. So, again, whnt is now Ticket Aaenl r foiiiiecliiiaT l.lnea, or to Ims that it had a specially constructed known of comet structure lends to tho tho grand hereafter, but having no fear. gunge. In 1829 ho was again chosen addren at. At; OWN fuuthrrn K. TS 1IEUE EXl'lTESSEDl H E. Cbr, 4th and Main Hla,, lulnIHe, ky. cage, nnd its food was let down through lchef that tho comet of 1859, called On its palo check was a tear a single to Congress, but soon after ch&newl ruata Out Fl( CKCUUI IflU THE HIT Or, to J. I. HlLMIrul. kailgrut Agi.. n sliding grating in tho roof. Down Donati's, would havo proved n very dan- tear which glistened liko a diamond. No from n partisan to an opponent of JackKentuck7. Ubaajn, 1. It. OSM lUtl.l.AU A K.hms. J ,slh. a the I'sstlttrs ss lfABftfaTlrwrnTr . ni. thK accordingly, tho ram was lowered. gerous visitor had its courso led it di- hand dared wipo tliat tear nway. It son's administration ; nnd in 1831 it re lltrrlnf n t a. , c iai llr er,tiJm (eebootoaa " tit) between tho present and tho quired his most strennous exertions to uslaefnara I r..mm' Tho tiger wiw dozing in tho corner,, but rectly toward tho nucleus of tho sun. Becmed a irk IrtinlttiaiimrI IeeallniMit loMaltlh twsbrrsa of.lhlapiHilarnewrarlr la ltb wU nn4 lmpeueia-nlB. H. The circulation It rvntalna all Ihe Uadleg la r lhal lira OcL IWll Incrranlng. secure his Finding thoin when it saw llfo mutton descend it roso. Fortunately, tho chanco of any comet past tho living and tho dead. o arrange.! In handy newt of the Dalle UeraManA ll tinMlliliiMsaisJ at "!' i hare a mar IOC , ft ot mil f "Ploaise, con I seo the tho child?" fluenco of Jnckson Irresistible in Ton tha departmenta. In nfld after n)6ng, sleepy yawn, began to visiting our 'system from interstellar wsoxm waakn alr.-l1-l vHi.. Im .aibt ria I iv it k t .v i: i i stretch, itself. Meanwhile tho ram, who space, traveling directly townrd tho It was tho old man tho grim wall who nessee, Crockett subsequently sought a iBWishm niw Kati.aassUtt. PR Toawu -- THE MOST DK3I1UBU UOUTE T- OEmbrace iiwrial dhlchra frwu all quarlera ol I" "il t " I' aasasr them latf row as; had nonotion that he had bcen put' sun, is so small that it may bo reckoned knocked timidly at tho door and spoko now 'career in Tew, then ii revolt Iheglolw L nucr ina nran oi Toneery younar, rnluuiwas'aorotil manwith nervous or phy h al dablllto Ihj oaten, was watching tho "almost at nakod nothing." As to thus. Thoy knew him by sight, and ngaihst Mexico, "nnd, nftcr a series, of there trotibled AJinttfAX xkirsot or impotence nealrxl circular la aant tht wrek Areglten thetaletraphle monster's lazy preparations for his meal comets nlready belonging to our system, thoy led him into tho room whero tho military ciplofU, met his death while An I declJedW the rorolar Boule. affordlix aall freui allparlaof. the I nlm. TM .future al.aia tr Hend roatal canl to frc. HARIII1fill! adlreao on St. Loula, Mo. accommoJalli nato REMCOY CO. IIKKALn the ral n.keatheTHirWUKLY with tho oyo of an old gladiator, and, if any HUch havo orbits passing very vino loy dead. Ho stood over tho coffin defending Fort Alamo, in San Anto'nio 4 oca, Iraa cbangManf anperlor Wewenty or swldrva, Y u&aeUeur rsme4f. Wirld, aa Ilia lh cheap- Talatlilekhiwhiale.lnlhe 6aA and Im jnvmoeAof tnul. seeing tho tiger stretch himself, sup close to tho snu, so as to bo chocked in for a moment, lips quivering and oyes uo ueinr. f Allcr a hard ai?gc, tlw sur eat, fctcry w a.iaglTtuai'UhiuirrpuMei Miuouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texat, rur.iTicAi. Mnix, dlipatrh- posed tho fight was commencing. Ac- their career nt every perihelion passage, full of tears, and then ho bent over and vivors, sir in numljer, including Crock The North. ( If 70a and Weat, la .act, CO. In Kmlraclee roraelrleand ennipfthel & cordingly hostepped .nimbly back to tho it is clear (from tho continuance of Jife kissed tho faco which would watch for ett, Burrcsdcrod, hut by order of Santa muualiva lilp In any dlmtlon. 70ur tcre.1 re Irvw Waatinun, IpcluJIng lull rrorla of the i. .,. ..I. .l.k.i. .1. AWARDCD ;';: him no more. When ho had gouo they Anna thoy wero put to, death, March 0, willG LITciaelaDatl. J Tralna aa w.7 J; I'ull apecenraei eminent imiiiciaiia on me queiuooa 'fartlu'iljcornor of tho cagoM andxJhea during many hundreds of thousands of K. an; Uciant New paj Coachea. and of the hour. put down his head; and went straight piUt years on tho earth") that tho mis- looked for th,e tear. Ho had kissed it 183C. h.njSnielr furnUhed lleellnlng fsalr Can tocm TIIV VAItSt nKfAHTMK.yT thaunrqualed equlBmrnta.of ihla Old lKlUbla, Of the Wreklr HrralJ gltra the latral aa well at chief must long sinco havo been taken away. Old nnd poor nnd unknown, ho ,4 Ht.COfVMKXVAMOX. at tho striped beast. Tho old iiger had tuwfb7maklnga trip orer Ihla Hat one olluxu-r-otat U.M pracllral aaexellona atd dlaenecrln BY THt comfort and pleaaure. Tr7 II. not a chaucofrom tho first, and, ns there out of them unless wo suppose (which had reaped a treasure such ns all tho .ThoOreenlmsh (X. Y.) Gazette has ihe dull of Ihe tarurr, hinu fur railing cattle. pcrtry. palo, lreargflal.lra. Ae . A. , ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, devised tint original and ingenious was no way of getting tho ram out again, is inorodiblo) that tho last perihelion millions of tho ,wprd could not buy. TIME TAB1A 1)1 KkFECT OCT. IS. Ii.12. far arweg Mikiieg ana.iaraiing auMretJei wlu cm IMA Thla la aupplenMrntM hy a utennlla in yrpilr .. triple acrostic : Head tho capitals ol tho agonized owners had to look on passage of such a comet preceded tho drpartntrat, widely itplcd, nrnlrr the No,. No.i. Sociu. beginning of lifo on tho earth. head of while tho sheep killed the tiger. Engine and Saw AH A31EH1CAX HUMORIST O.V TUB the tlrnt iiiuo lines dgnu in their rrdcr, nojfi:, SCO am SUpailSOOpia then read tho capitals in tho two suc- Lt. CoTtogton 'Jfurptr'a JVccUt. ritexcir. Warn 4 10 p ml 9 IS pur Olrlng rrtrpea fr twidlcal d lahea, hlnta lor taak. Kalniouthn. V. vu, AUaata in 1MI 'XLFE SttblMied IXSUltAXCR A HUSO Jbfff A- mllotapm log clulhlc: and fjr m I had no intention of going to Cctie, ceeding hues as they come, then hoed " Cj6tnUna. 10 SO a m 5 4 p ml0S7pni faabiona at the loweitkerplruj up with ibiol l.lct Mannfaetur ra 'fatHum Cailnes. Doitara. ir(ce. Larry Item eouk-OUAXTS. " l'arla. .. 11 SO a Lath Maehtnet. Hah marktaoes. r 'a Arr. lilnlon. IllSpai 7 SO p milllOrmu lag or econoeif auggralrd In thlt puhilraliun. Saw Milts, Hang kdce.s bsfline. Hangers, I'ul. but an inducement to go was that tho what you resiL, a. . m.lIZS andfpnke ty ciprrte tf.ire .aiaao (juuviai prarllcally i'ltui nV liln terms of a family mmnM k 'I'trtA rrnnnml nlnti ut iud lUSlUtulUQ naraTls easy to pronounce. p rormpnitilrnte It is tho All you merchant ho IoIuttioar Toll, Ltc. ML Sterling. J II P n S W p mill 10 am ou the airyletted I'arla ami London Home Depart- Isrt.Oaupllnga Hearing timtand IHour Mill Letura from oar Arr. Wlnenoter OU, .sea-Pur (Irralsrof oar e I'laalstloa Utcat lhlona It S au Th made inFrankfort in ltGC'sons of th? Adopted in tuo .now iohc itodnco'Et. only name or word that I know in the Ilca.'era In varnlbc. In llshea or " e Veil eU, inuilo or fun, Yantta noUcna,or Mioee, m Hill, which we aell fur 7 II l IT . llnpn t ment cf the Weakly Herald will aarelha Aahland Rothschild family wero never to marry chango embodies the following : aiora than ena handrrd Hum the twice ot ' Huntington lUpD r. .i.Tr'i T&s"aui butter or chre, Orwnataterwe whole French language that is spelled as I,'re, Upon tho death of nny memler tho the paf r. The Intre la of No. 6 Wo. I. outsido tho narrow circle of consanguinCraah, NO.S. Nuatu. is pronounced. If it was spelled Set llolir, wagon or baniMia, UmbrrUiaor i.Anoit other subscribers nro each to bo as- it jatoriilnttiCMh, TolngiuaU ity. Leopold, son of Lionel, was the 4 to a m llnntlnfton Cet I wouldn't answer for it. There InTalnarajrotircffortf, latalu rleiiaa or Are looked alter, and everything lalatlng to lUneet. Lt. Aahnira 7 IS a m and almr aanlng la carefully recorded. first to depart from this contract, but ho sessed 83. Upon every death within doesn't need to bo in France any agita Nave 70a show up your stock with glowing IZffact ,-" Ml. Sterling ll SS a m S SO a m . Tbeie la a pace dt lotrd lo all I ha latral pbaire of pm II a " miirriu 1 m much monoy as ho possessed, the first year tho heirs nro to receivo tion about a spelling reform. column will buitrmamaikrla creM, luvrchaiHllw, It would i:achdi;lnlliepapra Ililf lien OUtlolcjDotoo. Arr, WlDtheater -- ilJII p n S U a ta . .. . theraiuable iralure la luumi in ineapeciaiiy Ae.Ae d tfixt.al ittintion bt to PUtUaUoa M m 7 I IS Lexington rrpori-eA 82,000, witlun tho second year $3,000, IIcaplM Our InJnscUeo.'l I the Perngina being to Trieste and tho Lexlntton. t 00 p n) 7 ti a ta SOQptn prlrea anl e .ndlllona el necessitate a total change, in the lan Lt. l'irli. . MmiIS Xoo. Ilrlng llmuaxululnau, CO., LA.NE tc " third year $1,000, fourth year 85,000, IllOpu IUibi 0 'OI MAItUKT, East what tho Rothschilds aro to TIM VUOUVCK ' Crnthlana.. JeAis .t irnler flrs., Cfnefniswff, guage, nnd in thnt case thoy could bet IMpn 9 li a in fifth year $6,000, sixth year 87,000, sevlUU'a Catarrh Cure is taken internally Sporting nawa at noma and abroad. ta,ether Kalmou(ii. 4 10 p m 10 II a at tor substitute tho masculine English. with a atory erery week, a atiumn hy euroe emi11 54 a in CSQpu Arr. utington rwDal nent dlrlae, lllriary, luualcaL dramatic, Marriages in tho Rothschild family nro enth year $8,000, eighth year 89,000, Where no word is pronounced as it is It sets directly upon the hlopd and the mU MAY8VILLE DIVISION lo tbe world and era note. Thvre la no cous surfaces of the aTatem. l!ri:e, 75cx ninth year and thereafter 510,000. By stately in ceremonial nnd the subject of which eoatalna tri unch rwa matter erery wrtk spelled, and the few letter that-ore- not For rale by Penny & HcAliiter, Stanford. No. LT.Lf(logtouJpra Arr. MajevllleaJOptn aa the Weekly No. 10 MayarllleSOOara. " Leilngton ttSaia goronedollar. llrrald, which la ami. any iage free, as much talk as royal matches. Inter- this means tho gratuity fuud, with in- silent in words ore slurred over, as if for You ra autcrltie at time " Majatllla A fUra terest at per cent, nt tho end of the If Catarrh has destroyed your senae of No. II " I'arla 20 a m. The New York Herald In a weekly arm,one marriage with very near rolntivcs is a No.lt " Mi;nlll10Qpm fear of offending them, tho question of MaaaaVaaaaaaaBUtaaaajaaBataawaaaataaaaaxaaal dollar a yrar Addreu first year would bo $218,400, which, it is mell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will recognized JJebrow custom, and oven NEW TORK IILRAr.n. ta mpoad of llilb-- l aial Mneiiiurineaa spelling is of no Importance. A snorter No. A rum dally, and haa dir enachi a, frer CinBroadway and Ann sural, New 1 oik. the aiibslancc of llio before tho compact of Frankfort was nn estimated, would "increase until it had cut to harmony, and to tho establish- enre you. 75 cents per bottle. DruggiM cinnati to U'athlofton. Pullman Mteneralo Kana LnuRe, xteelartee Ilie arrlil mailer . ell it. Va. and lUUIolaf rualr Car to Lex wha Jalia.-T.thateiuiec si i tne Dioucniai lut', iuiJIoib.su almost invariable prnctico among those attained nt tho end of the tenth year ment of pleasant international relations $100 HEWARD Ington. Stoi .oclf.at atatlona on K. C. IU1U oothliiR eoalliiK, Iwin ti relleeea Ilia millionaire kinsmen. Ansolm, tho first 81,038,505. When tho grntnity fund between tho French and outsiders, would I offered for any case of Catarrh tbat can't wberetlnieli glren.' No. t rusa dally, except lia riu- s o tim' 14 clrasisea Sunday: laa,lbroiga rucheaUi Hun InJtoo. No. amounts to such a sum that tho undithelunitaurall liniiurlllea, atsriialliena head of the Frankfort houso, married his bunday, be to pronounco tho French languago as be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure, Taken 4 runt daily, except parlor cariraa through coacnea3 Uicmselieis eiifsetleil by illaease.iniigor. to Sit. HlerUOR fnd to Mttmll. No. ates the circulation of tho b ooJ, an J lianslba niece, he eldest daughter of Nathan; vided interest of .'each subscribing it is spelled. I merely throw out tho internally. Price, 75 cents. NT3W.YOUK. 1HHU. ruA ilallj; haa rlrgant day raacs. Irrra Waahlng. aarionaairslera. MHkIiI cul'la oflin end In ton, ruiiMin gimtr ironi Kfnawrra raua ana James, tho head of the Paris houso, member is $500, tho further increase of suggestion, but it is of no importance, coiisuaintlnii. Ills ilaiiuemua to nr;lect parlor cara frtiu Lralaf on la UneinnaU. Onlr More fxwpla bare ra I lllf. BUN during the Apply Ilie leineil) prumptly. A married his brother Solomon's daughter. the fuuds is to be applied to tho reduc- Tho English, and not tho French, is tho STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, three alopa. "oa. and t runjlally, except par luat now pawing than erer Ufure since It waa them. pwisu'.nu the smi ion tbat from Huntington batarouab roathee Tho amount to be tion of assessments. ntirlntnl No other nrHMir puhllahnlon UatoftwilJ liaeercr I'ceii IoiiimI that Isaa norenteiljr Nathan, however, married outside the andMLVirrllpa Mrrcl ronnecllon at Lexington thla aide ef the earth haa trer Wen lnakhtaud lirompt conquering languago of tho world. The UPICTORANT. DEPOT BT.a'TANFCrRD, KV paid to tho heirs of members is to bo paid wltb ttigrafur ltlchmond,Ky., Lawrenctburg.Ky , read In any yrar by aq many turn ami women. family ; but ho married moro millions A alnRle tloaa ralaea the iltlcRiii,euuluc French was invented to enable peoplo to ana r jkj Wearerredlhty lnfurme.1 that poiple buy, irad inil.mmlllou. and its nsarpeaal ir cures the most and like the un lor Ihe Im1IjIn rceaout, among obstlnaM eough ApleAsant cordial, than liohnd then made. Ills astonish- free from all debts, charges or demands talk to all eternity without baying anyC.L.UIIOWN. is G.e.WIE O. WHK.NUEIL flrn'l Tail ATkt. AU othera. buerlntendcnt. lake It reaillly.Im 1 r Croup It la ing success in London had excited the 'whatsoever. HKauaelta aawa etlumna prrarnt la allracllre emcea, uiuegipn, aT, thing. Tho language itself is full of o " utnexai nnlrhou Inraluahla Hie. anil I ftl n rtery fsmily. DULIIIIC jibat-ermember dio leaving a widow Shoulda furiu and with tbei:reatralaiblaaccuraiy Itottlra. In fear and astonishment of a compatriot, shrugs, ejaculations, refinements of ba- - Interest Ibr humauklftd, Ihe erenta the Monumenta, phllusuphj, ileadaand wldida.,be wlsdauL(V Levi Cohen, onof tl o then potentates buno children, tho entire sum is to bo trifling expirations of thu breath, which liraditonea, tbe notable folly, tbe aUd sense, the luprnlog TiMela. Ac. noosenaw all thencwa if tbe bualeat nrorld at' uouen suggested a paid to tjio widow ; should thero bo a enable two people to keep up a friendly, oi mo exenango.' Watble Work widow and children, one-ha-lf present reroltlng In apace is to bo union of tho families, but after tho marklnda, ol all eitcu-teexciting, inviting little noise incessantly Brcauta prople harrlrar ed thatln llaremarka & d neaU7 concerning persona and affaire The fun ouakrs a . riage became, alarmed at tho npparently paid to tho widow nnd tho rest equally without committing themselves to anyaatla- and practice ol trlllng them the exact truth lo Ihe lst divided among tho children. If thero facUon guardetain oflta ability three bunJred and Ixly-Sdesperate ventures of his LIVER? thing. It is colled tho languago :of lovo anteed. the year, before rlrcllon u well as after, about ACT DIRECTLY ON THE bo children and no widow, then tho o and fS JjroKstctl with, the tbe wbalraaa well saab ut the amsll (lib. In Ihe nnd diplomaoy. Votla lout. Every1) sprpila, Cure lulls unit is to bo paid to1ho"children, sum fan ol diessnl ns plelnly and fiwrsaJy aa when Hleltllearlaelie, lllllnus CollcCoiisllpa-tlo- u. but received tor his pains the characterdonapplica- auppQHed by general appruraL Tbe bun has body knows'whnt tho words of lovers Illieuiuatlaiii,l'lles,ralpltatlouor tjoq. iy 1w pu pose to srrre, saree the Infurrustloa istic vaunt : "You have given mo but nnd in caso cf neither widow nor chil- and of diplomats aro worth. And whos In aHeeA Nor. M, nn. Ihe Heart, Dllllnrss, Torpid I.lrer, and of liareadtraand the furtbtranryof tberomm n tiro amount is to go to other tho Female Irrc(;iilarltlea. If yoa do not "feel ono of your daughters ; it would hnvoj dren good. diplomats aro, also lovers wo havo tho ery wsll.'aslnjleplllat bl.time atlmulaiealha Tho management and distribu. CINCINNATI BOUTIIUtN DIVISION. llecauat la erarylodr'a oewspaper Ae man, rtoawch,restnreatheapirtiieitmpartaTleortolb liccn a good stroke of business to have heirs. final usoof tho French tongue. leaohumhe lhatihe Sun la Indltlerenl to his aratrm Charles rlee.'jrtr. 3ri aiurrar Ht .f.Y. aouiiiBouau. tiou of the gratuity fund aro to be rlirhta. No man la ao rich tbat It wslrara and hla - given mo them all, for they would havo fflR TUTT'S MANUAL fREt.-Ihiiley Warner. Nol7.No S NoSNo I ran allow Injiialke to be done him No man, no &. 0 4 under the charge of a Board of Trusassociation ol men, la pawrrful rrioujti to l ex- Eip, Nlgt Acraiu Mall died'agreat deal richer than they will AD kinds of burns, including acalds Lax bio. iaiT aou empl from tbe atnet application vf ila principlra STATIONS. tees. ever be." ' "T? VT' Iai-- T Ex. lEip. of right and wrong al and aro immediately relieved Beeausaln politics It baa fought' for a donn ' tkfH 17. (S'nd'y Ho was a miser to the last, and with ACCOUltTISOF01t A DKFICtKXCY. by tho application of a solution of soda I'.M T.M I M A. VI jtsrs without lulerml'Slon aaa sometimes almost arone"among newspaiers-tb- e flghl thai baa all his millions lived liko n successful Ml 8 4W 4 36 S43 At tho end of the year, when nn Ohio to tho burnt surface. Lre. Cincinnati oiirwhelmloily tpular aar- In tbe It must bo ro Ol 6 43 II 9 u3 n QorgU)wn-.i- -. retail grocer. Philadelphia Pren. iwjursuniim ana lor uuarsi coirrn , bank cashier could not mako his books membered that dry soda will not do unless SO 10 V ' Lexlugton..... "II U 7 SO 12 00 UlCl againsimatter what partr la In power. The I menu No 111 7 . " McboTafTtlle balance, tho President sat down with it is surrounded with a cloth moist alanda aud will continue to stand like a A FAULK FOR A CJt.VT. lllgh,HrMga..NolSllilO 77 It 47 Hunthe Interest of the prople against the ambl rock ' Ion tor " llarrodibare Juuct'n Acm IttS 8 11 I him and sai i enough to dissolyojtj Tim method of ofboMe, Ihe encroaebmrnta of meuopvllsia and A Lamb-on- o day entered a Saloon to U,lyitJ ft,gtS US tha dishonest schrmcaof public robbers. IJanTllja. S3 4S " Mr. Symonds, it is evident that you uprjnfclfiig iE pu5ndverftgwwjtli a Uanrllle lyBCtloa.Tifcx.B t quench his thirst with a glass of Lager, told almost dally hy ear All thla la " Bomeraet J 23 filrmls. Onewhat we are tbat Tbe Suu la tbe brat f5C. man bolls S40 rrllgloua cloth is often the best. But it is suffiroint uurnaua... ' at iao , nnd whUo quailing the Beverage he have mado a clerical error somewhere.'' neeipar errr publlshl, Urausa Its Ikickwood -7M" . flo, 6 OS4l ... 13 KECOMMEKDED DY rHYEICIAKq "But havo veriflod my figures oyer cient to wash the wounds repeatedly with Christianity la undiluted with caat. Another noticed a Wolf playing Seven-u- p " Hprlnf Cltr iti tja at a and over I holda tbat Ill Is tbe beat republican newasjer axjaajiJes aguiu," protested tho cashier. a strong solution. tablo in one comer of tho Room. printed, bvauae It haaalreailr 'ablipe.l halfefihe Cs'nrrh of tho hiatal AfV. Wattinaninilllf ii raacalaoutof tbat parly and la proimllng against Ulcorntlrel Catarrh of tho Ctir, I'yo unq ' ' Just so, but yet you have overlooked or Itwouldbo bottlrfoflf "Why do you throw Snow-Boll- s abanikoeaD. the other half with undiminished rlaor A third at Throat. It la tnksn INTLRNALLY, on4 "" es It to be the beat acta UIRTGTLY upon th BlooO nni mo?" demanded tho Lamb, as ho sat tho error. According to your books thia always on hand; miulo so strong that Nl(Nd'oril4iNet heller In existence, becauseloagaalne oi gsuersJ literits leadera mlsa nothature Mucous Ourfacea of tho 8atom. It bank is 8700.22 cents short?" lat trio host Blood Purifier In tho moro or lesa settles in tho bottom. This cirrmt down his glass. 'ff.MlP.M'ir.'M AM ing Worth efnotetkstta ol The In the dworhlof aourura bun WO.:iD, and l worth ALL that 13 SIS th'jugkt hVieferr friend "Yes, sir." .,iCbatU0Kjal , is what is called a saturated solution, beg to remind yon, that this is one or lis iu nyaldrathal apjala with particular chargoa for It, for THAT nlono. o IU I ltojcf., . .... 830 " "And according to my private memo 710 foroa lo hla lodirlJttaJ liking. iprisi aiy- .and really such n solution as this is Midsummer," humbly replied tho Wolf, If you already kuow Ihe bun you will oh erre S00 740 fOS randa you aro a 8100 trotting horse and formed when tho dry soda is sprinkled lat In In IBWialia fltlle ltler tban eea !f.e SUIT I1TTEHNAL CURE FflR CATARRH ' and could not throw Snow-Ball- s II 45 I'olnt liurntlda...., ev en Hod If nolalreadr IS " Bouwrwi... t St 8SU 12 10 II ypudoa lulrrurof 'allknow TherJun, jou willstore a 8300 diamond pin ulicad; whilo tho on nnd covered with n moistened cloth. liTIN THIS ILAIllU:TUe:l to be human acllritr, a t 3 I8S " iianrllla Junction, NolS iffdired.!$; Hoslcttcr'a Rtomach llltterf irlrra ateadl- o tkf rhoiocat 7iaJucla of oviumon aeaae And vo offer Ono Hundrod Oollartj lor nny ., ruts probably ato up tho 22 cents. 6 40 2Ut bo jay Lex. 141 "IDanrtlU- .is thought by some that tho pain of nem to Ilia nema, Induua u bXaltby, natOnao of Catarrh It will not Oiiro. It may nil bo," continued the a uialuitay lor the cause of 8 84 " llarrudaburg Junct'ni Lip. 3 07 ural flow r. LIU,, lirevcnta coiutlatlon tit and Imagluation,aaenlHrl for genuine Jefferson ylLLCUIti; ANY UAbll. 4 11 9 10 tSO lllgbMlrlilge.' " Lamb, "but you Hod about mo to tho Plouso correct tho error and furnish a n burn is caused by the hardening of tho without unduly purinnK Ilia botrela, (tn-tl- y m. NleboJanlfle. .;. Ofllco of A. T. BTewanT I'.SL 43 2U democracy, a aoujirge fur r Ickcducsa ol erery Ca'l tiuuulatca the circulation and l7 clean balance sheet." albumen of tho flesh, which presses on 7 W SZ3 tiiecleaand an uncommouly guud lureatmttit for tho Hare." Uxlnglon .:....... . Jum 4, 1A. t'nietau, tso 80S u vljfortnu coudltion of tlio ilia-letbe roulag yeari 4M tAi 7S3 Ifrurr F J ( lmyit Vi.. Tutido, (i. Mr. Symonds isn't a bank cashier any tho nerves, and that tho soda dissolves li pidmolM, alao, tliat )tun,la Ihe.truratJiidlcatlonorawell-balance- it Arr. Cincinnati I beg your pardon, Mr. Lamb, but ,. 10 s, 8 0S TKII.VS lO .1hIl. Hi:nsitIUKUHl 8 tS 740 Oeridrnu n I Ut IileiLuiro Iu Infi rmlnit you .lat I boo uaod Hall ts Catarrh t'uiv li has condition of all the ilnlinal wwera. no man can remember when tho Wolves moro. His health was bo bail that ho tho albumen and relioves tho pressure The lererai.edltlone of ALABAMA (JUL-AbOUTllUUN. I A.M. mall, iiOBlpald, aa follows- Ilie bun are ecnt by irtvlmr Iwasrery had and don't hesitate, ti) 1 tur Dais uy an urunciaif uuu IK. ultra employment. Othora thiuk that tlittbfiru gcncAttea'nn ythitt It will cure any rata ot Catarrh U taken, nnd the Hares wero on speaking terms. ' had to havo out-dogiuerall DAll.Y-.5- o voo cenu a tuouth, 13.50 a yeari with Lre. Cbattauooga... Yours truly, properly. Atttlla It 58 8unda edition, 17 70 acrid acid, which tho soda ' neutralizes. " And'that may bo truo, also I" shoutJ. U, WtiTnrarontt, SUh!IA'Y?tighlpgeaJ$l Ma year. I IS Hlrm(ijbanl. Dnuisa tho recant striko of printers YVOIITII 810 A IIOTTI.I'.. WLEKI.Y- -I I a year. LUht pagra nt Ihe Ust 8SS " Tutcaluoaa .... ed the enrngod Lamb, "but you have !! h, F. Mi'wur, Jatbacu, rllee llaro had 10 00 iu Madrid somo of tho papers were mailer Of kha'dally Issues, ao Agrlenllural Arr. MorltMaa ..- Noah Wkdsteii wns a eclobrated au11 il C'nlnliCiircurt4 lcen cheating at Cardi I " urrit, maikrt rrlvrla and abirrh f or W SSO Lie. MtrtdUti to npponr, and others printed only thor. ' ne was a quick ah'd'reaxly writer? unsidrr It worth f to.00 a liottte. literary, scientific and domeatlo Intelligence make jje 87 " Tuaraloou..-- a' wiUJeavo that to tho Jacial, who t eyi-- J I hy all Druirelata at '.8 rt per bnltlt, TbedVretly tutl the aewsiapr lor the farmer'a 11 tl hiiuaehold, Birinlngbain...,. This state of afluirs con- and in one of his inspired moments tio iniirtnred nnd aolilhy K J CIUSJUY 4 (XX Totluba of leu with 110 au extra has juswbn my last Nickel," AlUlla., 160 copy fret. Addreaa m ilvarietora, 1X)U:D0. OHIO. I W t:Nll.ANI, tinued for many days much longer than dashed off a dictionary. .alSBmwV Ho took it to Arr. Chattanooga...... 1 aaw li 880 W- N Y Lily " Then if you havo no Cosh you have it could havo dono PulJUkrrThebun, lor sale Iu Hlaulurd by l'enny A UeAllltar. 7o contlouQ tq in America, whero eeveral publishers, but Qioy uhled at it, VlCyspUKO AND MEItlDIAN. acttssolicltorSfor no business in hero 1" howled tho tho tramp printer is uo inconsidcrablo tmlAiibi. nariatil. Lie, Mrrldlan....... eaying tho stylo was dull, turgid, dry, 10 to nnd ho fell upon tho poor Wolf r 11 60 roraat. 1... ;.. trade clement in tho floating population. Tho hard and uninteresting, .and besido that JL rwtnilsusllais o Jt l!ranJoaj., nnd Lambed him until ho could hardly tl Unlleil Hutos, audio obtain patu Jackaon ol Jrtin, J'trutlan announcement of h printers' striko in nn ho used too many big words. But at 3SS ents In C rfhida. Unhand, 'm,uc'i Jlark uwi l'hvjjilivrwiii crawL Arr. VUkaburg 4 nStO Ocnnany. altd'all qtlieroouutnuM. it iiafutubfe Ivrm. American city is followed within twenty-fou- r last Noah succeeded, and tho immortal 'riilrti-.l- i Moral : Domestic economy is buying inn1 nrartico Noi. a. VkUUirg,.....v,.M.M SvO JhWity, Xsiee of Atn, hours by tho advent of weather-beate- n work is in daily uso propping up liabioa cbargn for exaniinatfon ofmodols or In ll aBOO lilt, 1'rvf trillion of fltal twelve shilling shoes for your wife nnd ' liraiiJjo.. ZZ.,..- -. hits Advlco by mail Irco. f'ouvrs it is lnullejieiiaa. o nud compositors from at tho diauor table, ocitOawlUe JoreaL. ore. i'awnta obtaiLtnl UirotiKhujiaronokJfod la tnonty-cen- t cigars for yourself. III SV.ATi.adBBS Wrlbaa:- -. all points of the compass. tho WtlKVI'IFIC A51KHICAN, mIiIcU lit Ar . Mtrldlai BEV.J.L.TOWNEB, After as thorouarh trial of thn tho ari?08 circulation, and la the moaltnllu. "VICICMBU IIP. Bll UEVEPOUT A rD pacitic. Industry, IU., says- :IMMN TUmu. L lata piejuuxa Riddlk, of Round Drove, Mo., who THC Br, puttiug an t;.. vick.burg awasawawaaa 7iT us ataunsT loai j. ua.vw yooa Z in tho wrong Claim Louise liziAaaa says oho can world. The aawntiBtiofwichauotWoovory fought iu tho war of the Rebellion, r tiToauy Deneaiea oy ita S ItM a most excellent remo.lv to. iaua.....ui ... natuntoc) umlf raUuiU. placo a Richmond printer mado tho ssq uae. Mlnlatera and Pub- . .. Arr. Monroe tho debilitated vital forces. good hash, r.nd Annio LouisoCory walks ubout with twelve bullets in his XlilalarKo arid pli ndldlvtlluatratcd qowsi no upeaKers will find It 7 30 editor say of a scono nt tho close of a izaoke .,... ..... Monroe.,-..- .. of the creatett valuo tliat she aaujinaka, delicious raprispuhllBlieawKKItLYatta.20ajoar. Lre. body. Six of thorn can bo felt through uso wbaro a Tonlo ts necesand iu adoilttetl to be the bent paper dotutvil burial, " disconsolate (lends stood rivet200 ..... .... Arr. Vlckibyrg.. sary, I roooiamond It luckwheat cakes. Tins is all well to Hcieuiw, tuocluuu m, hit entipwi, iutueerUi the skin and muscle. ed to tho sport." Tim intelligent as a reliable remedial work a. aud other dvpartuimtd ol lliduatrlal enough as far as it goes ; but, can eithor rruCTCM. pauliahed In any country. Hlnale JUHK.8COTT. V, P. and deb, Man. Cln, Son. Aerent, poaaeealnir unluit out U. V. " Ret; Die Join Hall, of New York, graph ubout uthu letter " 5 " in u para- obo of tho sweet singers sow on aus-fiead- coplu by uail, )U ceuu, Bold by U uewa- - tl'y.Cl nrlnnal I. Olilo: K. r. W1LKON, ll "fIand doubted nutritive and Boil. IVj, Cincinnati, 0. P. A. W4WV restorative, properties. beautiful actress, und Cktt4Uionic.Tcaa.t T, A A.O.H. says there L moro Kuitivo Christian lift button to stay two days in ono loveum. Ay., its. j, IMJ. Addri-ua- . JIunn Co..publlUoM orBl9n J. lAifM. O P. A. V It'. B'y. Vlckibunr, HAHDT, AM. Informed tho public that " crows flocked iu New England y niM8JIIiDR.HARXER MEDICINE CO., :15 U. KAIU ST., CT. LCUIJ.' xening, and mako a fire without getting Uflo Ainerlcjui. 201 Jlroadnay, New ok. than over thete aiiaa.; jo. s. icuuiMb,u. r. A., v., o, a r. to sco her whenever she went." iiaudhoo); about patAii tit malli-- froo. ll'y, Monroe, La. lj oot on her nose was before. Herald. T jo Noit'rut VHK IMJIIiU'.i L I -- "": envnen ninrnoM. w STA.asrE'ORr). icy. nr "''I 01 i fl.l .' "; A"l" w. -- ... it irth rosy-face- LouIsTillo frff Cincinnati! J.t.jp.lMs or n hi llHItiTIAN.-VNortMpt- SEEiRE! - lnrfdf -- .. lumlNvIUc to St. Louis ti y 'JVTrgcru -- 1- Wnlilitf, man-eatin- g nllir J ns .1 . I l . bo-en- 1 FREE! most-rapi- 2. 1 l'acjr N. Y. Weekly Herald rut PlainEnlishl 1 sl-r saff-rr- rs ilOCKHEIITfllL ly CINCINNATI! h.iliil LiLNE B0DLEY ui GOLD Seatn MEDAL ' , t iiai. d Em ME' ' llipa any lllji tut: , T l fp-el- al !', hvute-wif- siut.t.rn .... $200. BODLEY - e. lupa ll'in iir i 'JJIonJSpm TUTT'S feXPEGiaBANT -- '. THjIE STTlsT 1 tfii, elill'-dre- lit-tl- er Cincinnati. New Orleans Texas Pacific TUTT'S pTlls W Ie-ig- na r, en-tir- -- TIIIMIE HOSIHfflfi I r . i HALL'S Carlty-Chronlo J fiflTARRH fimiE jet .... ..,. , -- wcflWpn rt vQfJiO m "I I 8TTERS ormrfill-maawluc- ,.. ...... " al tltor(n... ....... 111 - or tin-ob- lo , "I half-sheet- iBmiJSi3lk uiarVa.-cojijriKheto-.udraw-Uik- C "rn" .. 'I foot-sor- "r" t wmm XDiimricc awai-a- Pre-tasl- Jr .....l.. , . Yftrr-- com-pow't- cr a 1 wmmm Hl.llllll J I'Nvrriitoim rtw -