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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 5, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883010501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 5, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. nr, m MW, t.ini M$k d i semi' Iteftl X.-NUM- itfefit 5, 1883. DARBYS fit Has Sold. A very ludlcrlous accident occurred at Itov. McBrido's church on Sixth avenuo last Sunday evening. Tho usual preliminary exercises had been gone through, when two young ladies accompanied by a young supercilious nabob mado their entree and began to slowly raako their way up tho isle, but unfortunately for the young man, who proceeded tho two damsels, the latter, seeing a scat in the rear of the church that was unoccupied, proceed cd to take advantago of it, while the male individual, not noticing thiilna neuvro, proceeded li a vacant pew in front and turning gallantly arouad ho mado a gorgeous gesturo for his company to enter, when to his amazo-men- t he discovered his mistako and also tho audible giggles of tho congre gation. But this is not all. Just as he iwrcoived his error tho rector gave out his text, which read: "I am a fool; I havo erred exceedingly," and looked at tho object of misery while ho read. This was too much for the lambs of tho flock, end no pen can givo a just description of tho contor tions of facial expression that follow ed. Pittsburg Traveler. lonftuu. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME BKR 510. " 1v STANFOKD, KY., FftlDAY, JANUARY 116. ' Imitating Abraham, Jttrcantili Matimt, ' Tho sacrifico by John 8mith,of his The way'to get credit is to bo pnnc-lxy, at Los Angeles, Cal., after tho tual. The way to preservo It is not to Yt. P. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor manner of Abraham's proposed kill- uso It too much. J3eltlo often; havo . ,l.'R,YmLTOHf - Bu$lnet$ Managir ing ol lease, was an example nf roli short accounts. Trust to no man's gious zeal that was liono.it, even tho' appearance it is deceptive perhaps I'lilitlKliril TiirmlnUH ami h'rtilttvt murderous. Smith had never read assumed for tho purposo of obtaining tho lllldo until within a year, but 6n credit. Beware of gaudy exterior. wa.no becoming a Methodist spent mostof Iloguoe usually dress well, Tho rich trrinedwri send stamps In iytnnt of sub- his, time poring over Its pages. Hoi aro plain men. Trust him, if any scription, f arc pi to rosso change. n"hj then of de- not only convinced himself that ho ono, who carries but littlo on liis back. nominations rmt over hre rents. ought to mako a human sacrifice, but Nover trust htm who flics into a pas brought his wife and son, nged 13, to sion on being dunned; mako him pay Hirtd Eteortt. accept that view. "When ho talked quickly, if thcro be any virtuo in tho Thojlatoitngony.ln Kutorn cities is to mo," says tho wife, "and pursuad law. Be satisfied, beforo you give a 'tho lilrlng'out of Mnttlo escorts nt so cd mo that a good woman ought to credit, that those you give It to aro tnticli per ovening to wait upon unfor think as her husband did I got so as safe men to bo trusted. Soil your tuoato Jemalfs, who Lavo nf' escorts to tnke whatever ho said as tho truth. goods at a small advance, and never !u tho iiorriint way, rielng lnirdcnul Ho mado us fast, and Den asked him misrepresent them, or those who you with tho objections of ngo or oCToring frequently If God had ordered us to onco deceive will bowaro of you tho to marculitid ailorert a faded arraj? of starve. He said yes. When ho an second time. Deal uprightly with all clmrnis which cxposo them to tho crlt nounced that tho boy must bo killed, mon, and fliey will rcposo confidence n Icism of being pao a kindly wo both remonstrated, but finally In you, and soon becomo your permawhich covcra a largo area of thought it wna all right. On tho day nent customers. Trust no stranger. reasons why young men do not seek appointed for tho ceremony ho called Your goods are hotter than doubtful their society for purposed of gallant Hen out of tho houso, and told him charges. What Is character worth, if ry, still lew for purpose of marriage. that he had to dio for our Savior. Tho you mako it cheap, crediting all alike? Tho young men who nro hired out nrc little fellow knelt down, and I got on Agree beforo hand with every man carefully selected with regard to per my knees by his sido. John raised about to do a job, and if largo, put it aotial charms. They aro warranted tho kuito, looked hard into tho boy's into writing. If any decline, then to havo mutcloeuough'to carry a la- face, and then drovo tho knifo into quit or be cheated. Though you dy's wraps" and other iipdimtnta. hit breast." Tho woman who is now waut a job ever so much, mako all They .iro also expected to Ihj well up In jail, still believes that the deed suro at tho onset; and in cases at all in posing, bowing, tho society stare, was justifiable, though she breaks doubtful mako suro of a guarantee. and1 leaning ngninst a mantelpiece, down on recollecting tho sight. "I Be not afraid to ask it; it is tho test of Thoy aro of all sizes, so that a lean ntn always thinking of Ben," sho ex- responsibility, for, it offense bo taken, woman can lmvo a fnt escort, a fat claims. "I can hear him all times in you havo escaped a loss. woman a lean escort, and tho same the night, asking to bo brought in How to Mako a Teltphont. conditions hold as to height. and latdon his bed, and begging or a To make a good and serviceable inclined women can have nn little water before ho died." good from ono farm house to escort with banged hair if they desire. another, only requires enough wire Chmtint Kittson en Poter. Garrulous women can have tilent ea- "Noi saire," said Mmo. Nilppn, 'I and two cigar boxes. First, select corts'aud ono or two garrulous escorts did not play pokaire wis Mister JVb-be-o your boxes and makoaholo about arn Iki'pt on hand in case they should for two three days. Ho Is what half an inch in diameter in tho center bo callt-- for by silent women. Any you call him oh", yes, a Baeescheef of the bottom of each, and then place woman can find her foil. It she be man. Ho says, 'Madam, I will bet ono in each of tho houses you wish to as ugly as n witch there will nlwnys you fecfiy cents I beat you.' 'I will connect; then get five pounds of com Iks a Caliban to beautify her by way see your feefcy cent,' say I, 'and go mon iron stove pipe wire, make a loop of contrail Above nil other induco ..... I U !. you feefty cents better.' Zen ho raiee :ill uuu cuu mmt jiui !. .1 u inruugu ma !...! iiviu menta"; every ccort Is providtd with a mo two dollar, and I say, 'What you in your cigar bix and fasten it with a guarauteo of good moral character, got Meeatur Abbco ?' He laugh, ami nail; then draw it tight to the other and it is n violation of contract if the say, No matter what I got; you must box, supporting it, when necessary, escort presumes upon his position as put up two dollar.' Well, I do not with stout cord. You can easily run A hired man to iwrfrculo his employer comprehend ze gamo like zat, and I your line into the house by boring a afterwards, oven so much as by recog- will not put up ze two dollar, and he hole through the glass. Support your, nition or by daring to go Into business rakes ze ze (Kit into his pocket. I boxes at the ends with slats nailed for himself in the way of invitations havo thrco ace, and what you link he across tho window, and your telephone with reference to a future partnership, have? Mon dieul a small tail flush! is complete. Tho writer has ono that Chicago Tribune. No, saire, I play uo pokaire wiz Mees is 200 yards long, aud costs 45 cents, Sound Adtict. tcr Abbco ho makes me ono fool wiz that will carry music when the organ is played thirty feet away in another Au aged and reaccied Now Yorker bis small Uil flush 1" . whofwas on a visit to relatives in the Mr. Abbey explained the difficulty room. week", waa inter- - by irHcritr aying that Mine. Nilsson was" a An Arkausaw editor was arraigned very careful poker player, andihad before a court on the charge of killing vlco as to liftw ho should start his two becomo much disgusted upon learning a rejwrter. J. ho J idge, who was foraims in life. that he had bin lied her out of a threo merly a newspaper man, but who had Ilivn't you anything ,iu mitidJ dullar poU Denver Tribune. been proven guilty of political frauds, t f- was elected to office A St. Louis girl writes to her moth and consequently thing " "No was very much interested in tho case. uud brother : "I Bid you all "D. you want them to bo rich and er, sister acknowledge that I killud him," good by but not Forever, if i dont see "I said tho editor. "Oue morning I you this Christmas i hope i will next "Of coun-- I do." took up my paper and read the fol Christmass, but baro it in miud i will shouTjl jiend one to West "Well, I lowing, which the reporter had writ not forget you on Christmass or birthPoint and mako a great general of unknown stranger whose day. I can say tho big wound Now i ten: "An :. ' him." namo we failed to learn, committed am married, i married a very large "You would?" "Your de stock dealer and my name is Mrs. fatal suicide yesterday.'" "Yes, and I should start tho other fenro is sufficient," said tho Judge, M. Mayfiold aud i am glad of it i will in tho live stock business." have the pleasure of discharguavcr waut lor anything aud You "and I iWhat for?'1 lata, it nn nvmv ntul shall never want for auythiug. i own ing you.'' 1 aha 'jjAVny, to let UUU IVMVSi HII HHUT MUV1 r recently A London 3 largo stone front House in texas. tho other feed it. It is twenty years You cant say a wourd for you did tho played before the house of an irascisin co tho war closed and yet wo are consider this ble old gentleman, who furiously and stilt making up purees for generals and J same thing and you must " thing. i never could get a better with wild gesticulations ordered him ou paying tho claims of contractors. The organ grinder ofer in the world, dont get angry to "move on." might us well start right, and give Uo is no young fool. Ho stolidly ground on, and was arrested your son the first mortgage on the about it ior for disturbance. At tho trial tho United States as to turn out a pair of is 29 years old And He knows His place" Judge asked him why ho did not leave patriots who can't buy court plaster to Can't find anything to do, young when requested. "No spik Inglese," Wall Street News. hide their scare." Baid tne man ? Well, wo're tremendous sorry was tuo reply. "Well, 'How to Coke IUoon. The bacon for you. Listen to our advice. Take Judge, "but you must have under called tho KnglUh breakfast Is made of! thoso tight boots, and tighter trou- stood bis gestures, his motions." "I from tho bully pork or flank cut below sers, put your father's fob chain back tinkoe ho coma to dance' was the re tho rib). This is cut into pieces of 8 in tho bureau drawer, give that wash joinder. or 12 pounds each, atid is wo! I rubbed bowl hat to your brother to play sailOne New Haven firm sells 120,000 with a mixture of ono pound salt and boat in the gutter with, and tacklo cigarettes a month to Yalo College ono ounoo of saltpetre. The bacon is the soil. There aro 3,8'00,000 farms students, or for the ten months of tho laid Bktn sido down upon a bench or in the country and any quanti year that the "men" are in town,"1!,' plank and woll rubbed and thon ty of land that hasn't yet been fenced 200,000, at an average of a little sprinkled, nud ono piece Is laid upon in. You can obtain a prico list of a more than half a cent apieco, a total another. A board loaded with a Bhovel, hoe, scytho and other accou- of about 88,000 a year. The samo weight is then placed upon tho nient, trements at any s bardwaro firm receives $15,000 yearly for soda which is left for three days to drain. store. and mineral waters sold to the stu New Haven Register. . It is then wiped and rubbed well with dents, and tho monthly cigar account Tho city of Rich Hill, Mo., is but with tho collegians reaches 8500. And a mixture of four pouuds of salt, one pound of brown sugar and two ounces two years old. It has a population of this is thejecord ot but ono firm. saltpetre, then laid in a tub or tray, 5,000 people, who, besides enjoying "Please tell me what the time is?" being turned and rubbed and changed, the advantages of many larger cities, asked a little boy of an apothecary, the bottom pieco to tho lop, every are engaged in building gas and wawho was much troubled by such in thrco days. When it is rubbed it is ter works, plough, wagon, woolen, quiries. "Why, I told you the time bathed with tho pickle in tho tub and flax and liuBeed oil factories, in en but a moment ago," "snapped tho then sprinkled with more of the mix- larging their railroad facilities, and ,iu apothecary. "Yes. sir; but tins is ture. After threo weeks the meat is making additions to their smelting for another woman," said the boy. hung up in u smokehouso and smoked works aud rolling mills. Rochester Post Express. once a week for about au hour. A young mao iu Connecticut start ' 'Times. A lock without a key, aud which ed to kiss the girl beside him in the can be opened from the outside as A ead slate of affairs exists in cutter while the horso was going at a inBlde by a person knowing Uuioutown, The Local says : "Congait. The cutter struck well as how, is the invention of two Lexingsidering tho amount of preaching with a stone, and the girl had her nose which tho town has lately been bless broken aud the young man lost a ton men. Let strangers attempt to opeu the door and an alarm results ed, and tho apathy and immorality of tooth. which will awaken the household. tho sinners notwithstanding, it teems Thomaa II. Wilson, Louisville, as practicable to plow up hell with a says: "Brown's Iron Bitters has comMr. T. B. Harris, Louisville, Ky., bobtail rat and a shingle as to convert pletely cured mo of dyspepsia, from says: "I have used Brown's Iron Bitthis people." which I suffered several years." ters with good success iu Dyspepsia." J PROPHYLACTIC A Honaehold Artlrln for Unlrerul 1'Rtnlljr t'ac. For Pcartet and Typhoid FererK, Eradicates Diphtheria, Kail- ration. Ulcerated UALKP.IL SoreThmit, Hinall l'ox, MeaIel, and all Contagion Dhrniiea. Fereons waning on the Sick thould me It frcelr Scarlet Ferer ha ncrer been known to ipread whtre Um fluid waa tited. Yellow Feer hu been ured with It after black Tnmlt had taken place. The wont caiet or Diphtheria yield to It FLUID. MROBERTSSTAGG Opera Houso Block, DriiRH, pun annum. Stanford, Ky., MumIcrI C'lu'iaicalrt, l'ahitM, OIIh, TjEiVXaldlM IN .VIiick, Vail Paper. IlooliM, LlqunrH, Fercredandftlekrer. KHALlvrOX Mine refreshed and and lied Rorea prevent- - riTTINO of Small tho Hore Throut It It a SaU po. I tued waa fuid the jutlent lure car. not Cmtaclon deitroyed no' 'riou, watabout and waa Frnated Feet, the houe again In three Plloa. I ' Channita, tc. Mn" ha1 ' J, ,? ' Yf Ilheumatlam cured HotiWWteComplex- - - -- . - "..unyna. Foe l-- of ray Impuro and purified Air made'..2 A memberuVen fam. .,"'i'h w" hamln Darbyi Fluid IVcctllcH. Our .lone Irjr, MiTcmnro nml "pllcnl (inoils Dcnnrtmcnt Is In Charge of Col. Tlios. Jtlclinnl.i, Ttlionlll Kcpalr Mntclicsnnd Clocks rromnllr nnd In the best style. l.amiH, Cigar, Stationery, Packet XoltaccoM, rSoapH. C'lilltcry, ArniH, rcrOiiticrj', Fire Machine IiiMrumcnlH, Rl. rk' dosig-imtio- tona iccurea ny its me. fihlp Ferer prerented. To purify the llreath, cured. 09. Cfeanie the Teetli, It can't be surpassed. Catarrh rellcred and F.ryalpelae cured. Iturnsreliered instantly. Diphtheria Prevented. The physicians hero use Darbys Fluid eery successfully in the treatment of Diphtheria A hTOLLENWraCK. Greensboro, Ala ' SITIAI33IIailwf-.- ll Hiate?.Fi sn rTK-Dli:, Hears) prevented e, Tiie passenger trains of tho Ohio & ahouid he used about the corpse - It will Mississippi Railway show that tho prevent any unpleasant smell road is doing a splendid business both The eminent Plir. lclnn,.I.MAItION, to tho West and to the East. The IScarlotFoverl SIMS, M. ., says "I am Western business is made up largely convinced Trof Darbya Cured. tripniiaiiic riuiu is a of passengers going to locate, or thoso I vah ue disinfectant. who have already located and are moving their families to their new ss a uisiniectant and uja ,u,iiji.M.Miriuiu la and homes. Tho managers of tho Ohio it dler$ent toit any both theoretically whichpractically aupenor preparation with I am acquainted. N T LvrroM, Prof. Chemistry Mississippi Railway deserve to be patDarby Fluid la Itectimmended by Hon. Alixakoer It Srrrnrm, of Georgia ronized, as they carry out every prom-ieKev. Citaa F. DaiMi, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N. Y . mado the public, and the road is los. LaCcfMTE, Columbia, Prof .Unlvcrslty.S.C. Rer. A. J. Battlk, Prof, Mercer University: managed on business principles. Rates Rev. Cbo. F. rimer, Bishop M E. Jhurcli are low and the best of accommodaiNnisvrnmw.i: to kveiiy iiomk. Perfectly harmless. Used internally or tions are furnished. cattmally for Man or Ucast. The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence that It has done evcrs thin g made George Alfred Townsend here claimed For fuller Information get of your Ochiltree the butt of ridicule in one Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, II. ZKILI.V A-- CO.. J. of his "Gatb" letters and spoke of Man .facturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA. him as "the greatest liar in Ameri PIUIFtSMOMAI.. ca. "Did you see my huaoanu a reference to ynu iu his tetter to the r, w. vaaaorr. Wallack a. vaaxoN. Cincinnati Enquirer!" asked Mrs. T. W. & W.B VAHNON. Townsend of Tom. "Yes, madame, I ATTtlltNEYH A.T X.A.W. STANFORD, KY. did," said the Congressman-elect- . Office In Owsley A Son's new building up ttalra. "There are three great liars in AmerALEX. ANDERSON. ica. I am one of them; your husA.rr'VtUNnX A.T LAW, DANVILLE, KY., band is the other two." I used the Fluid during our present affliction with Scarlet Fever with de cUed advantage It is Indispensable to the sick Vn P Sakd-rceroom. Eyrie, Ala. Dyaeniery cut ed. Wounds healed rapidly Scurry cured. An Antidote for Animal or Vegetable Poisons, Mings, etc Having bought out S. II. Uauglmmn, wo will keep on liniul a nice lot of Horses and liuggics, which wc will let at reasonable rates. Will also hoard Horses by the dny or week. We aro also in rJTX-i:K. OO-AJL- r Cholera prevented Llcrra punned aind hcalr.l In case. if Death it And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Respeotfully, A. T. KlUJVtf EM,E1 MA?gv. I I B. K. WEAREN lUNDERTAKER,, o Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFORD, Has just received a full line of Tartar Suites, Chamber Suites, cheap llcds, Bureaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton ilatlresses, LtmpStands,Corner Brackets, Cent e Tables, Lxtenslon Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Pining Chairs, &c. I also keep constantly on hand A lull lined Robe, Slirudi, Collins and Casketa. I also keep on hand tho celebrated O .yd Burglar Proof Orave Vault, guantnteml to be perfect pro tectlon from vermlne, ground bores gophers, damp, neaa and burglars. $i :.iitt9HKgPii2 j"feTT ilSaSalBBiSBSBSFSBSBSBPsPSBH ' B IBBsa BSifll B aB SMB I sell at figurts that cannot be beaten C all and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to JBDa M I "T.j-- . 7Ci At a dance given in North Carolina tho other night, ono man was stabbed, one shot, two clubbed, two had bones broken, one woman had an eye put out and the house burned up. Peop'o who say Carolina people are lacking in energy don't know what they are talking about. Hall's Catarrh. Cure h taken Internallr upon the blood and the mucous surfaces of the uriittm. Price, 75c, For rale b; Pennj & McAlUter, Stanford. If Catarrh has dentrojeil your aenre of atuell and hearing, Hall' Catarrh Cure will cure 7011. 76 cents per bottle. Druggists cell it. , Will practice In the Courta of Boyle asd adjoining coantlea and to the Court of Appeals. B'WlsarSfP''jrT your special attention to the W I desire to calx LIBERTY, KY. C.9 anil ad Joining counties, and In the Court of Appeals. npeciai attention given to collections, umce over U. r. Pierce's store. Will Dractlee In all thn Courts of A VX"roitlVJ3Y TASITI COUXTT, AND IXAUIIIIR rot MASTEBBON PEYTON, Dli. J. Q. OAilPENTEB, - - - - - - KENTUCKY STANFORD. Office orer Ilobt. 8. L j tie's store. Office hours from S to 5JJ and 7 to 9 P. u. W resM-cted?- It acta direct I j J. J. WIIiBON, iBI 'gS3SiP JPI1 i I'M E asa 'BsM ii STANFORD, KY. Office and Residence, Upper Main St. DENTIST. 9fAaUS35KSa - S a which for utility, durability, 5S?ti perfection in operation, taste i $100 REWARD STANFORD, KY. Is offered for any cue of Catarrh that can't be cured with Ilall'a Catarrh Cure. Taken Offlco 8outb aide Main Street, two doors above ine aiyera itotei. rure Nitrous Oxide Oaa administered when reIni rnallr- - Trice, 75 cent. quired. SURGEON DENTIST, LEE P. HUFFMAN. In ornamentation and is unequalled. THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, Adapting the Rango to any kind of fuel. The Fire Back is made in three sections. As the center burns ont much faster than the ends, this piece can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Ventilated Chamber behind tho fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and rako the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built on it, if desired. Many other conveniences are attached to this Stove, which I ask you to examine before buying. I also refer you to Mr?. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, Mrs. W.F. MoKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKinney, Mrs. 8. J. Embry, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey as to the advantages the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, miKDE'lT, ATTORNEY AT LAW, NASI RI. Mt. Vornon, Ey. ROBBED Thousand! of graves are annually robbed of their victims, Uvea prolonged, happlnesaand health restored by ueo of the great organ-grinde- GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Will practice hli profeulon la RockcuU and Which positively ami permanently cures Initio-tene- ut (caused by exceeaca ot any kind,) Semi-lic- it aJjolalng countlei and Id the Court ot Appeal. dlaea.es that follow a Special attention rtten to collection!. f$'rifcii"tif, and allloaa of energy, litaol aa artiuence or memory, universal lassitude, pain In the back, dluinoai of vision, premature old age, and many other diseases that lead to consumption and a sWSend for circulars with testi8TANK0M. KY. monials free by mall. The lWUiOltAHUt la sold at II per box, or six boxei for 13, by all free by mall, "W. P. WALTON, Fropriotor. druggists, or will be sent by addreeslng securely sealed, on receipt tf price, V. J. CHUNKY, Site of Stage, 20xM. Eight comolete acta ot Scen113 Adami itreet, Toledo, Ohio. ery Seating capacity, Including gallery, (00. IS Sole agent for the United States. Itcaaonable ratea to good atUactloua. Addreaa OPERA HOUSE. . aa aboea. 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J80 00 i'ower r.ugiue ana tuner... 843 00 4J-- ii one I'ower niloe and Holler . 4W 00 one I'oeer Edglne aud UoMer ueiivereu ou cars as et'riuKueio. uoiu For further Information and descriptive pamphlet, aidreas the manufacturers, 03 tr AMKS LlirrJUIa at CO., NiirlugHeld, Okie. LOOK AT OUR PRICES: W. J Stmi-ffiltccftl- it $ntcror$onrnal NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. etta, mil Cincinnati K. II. 8TAKFOBD, Friday Morning, VI, P. WALTON, - John Waddle, President of th MariI dead. 2C"3T. The Knickerbocker Life Insuranci January 5, 1883 Company, of New York, ha failed. counThere were 0,730 failure In the try last year. Liabilities, $101,000,000. EDITOR The total Immigration to the United Stales or 1842, at all porta, was about 735,-00The debt statement allows the decrease In the public debt during December to be $15,415 222 83. Taj lor, Kp, was eleclrd to Congress in Ohio, to fill tho racancr occured br the death of l'idegraff. The Mayor of aeir iork haa rerj propfrly refused to license a performance of the "Passion PJnr." The total of Ilrlttsli army and navy la $16,214,865; about one iourth pension that of the United State. A cold ware la moving In the North-wewith the mercury down to thirty-twdeR. below aero In Minnesota. The democratic Leglalatlre caucua at Indianapolia nominated Wo. D. Djnum. of Marlon, for Speaker ol the House. A party of thirty convict, mostly col ored, were awept over tho raplda of Turka- eeegee Hirer, In Jtckson county, N'.C, and only twelve were aaved alive. During last year, Col, A. M. Swope, Collector of the Lexington, Ky., district, took in $1,430,005.1(3 internal revenue, mora than $1,400,000 of which were for o A largely signal protest has been eent'from Chicago to Congress against tSo" enactment of any bankrupt law, fmA- - no trust that it mil bo heeded. . The law that formerly prevailed was a fraud and a swindle, designed apparently for tho benefit of tho Registers. Tho American Jtcgitter's head Is level on tho subject. Hear it : "Becauso Congress "may" enact a bankrupt law, it docs not follow that it mutt or should do so. The masses of tho poo-plwould havo no such law operative Ne democratic Congress has ever enacted such a measure, and has thrico Merrepealed these odious laws. chants here and thero may want them the people do not. Martin Van Burcn insisted that whilo tho Con stitution invested Congress with the power to enact a bankrupt law, it gave no such grant with reference to insolvent laws. Levi Woodbury concurred in this with Van Buren. These two constitutional lawyers insisted that.tho States reserved the right to institute insolvent debtors' acta." o to the Nelson house, John Mention, Jr , to Stanford, Doc Dlllion to his residence lately purchased of the Shanks heirs, Jim Thomas to the country, John Mention, Sr, toStanfonl, Ansel Dlllion to the hotel and Ja. Steven, of Lancaster, has moved to the house occupied last year by Doc Dlllion on Stanford street. The Messrs. Turner, of Versailles, are guests of Mr. Vm. Stewart. Misse LIJa Edmlston and Kittle Hlgglns are visiting friends in Parksvllle. Mr. Geo. Sandifer, a very Intelligent young man of Somerset, was visiting relatives here a few day ago. Mis Kate McXichols, of Lexington, I with Miss Jennie Iluchanan, The Misses Iteero, of Jacksonville, III., are guests of Mr. It. Canon. Mis Mary Gormley, who has been teaching at Eaena Vista, la at home for a short visit. Mrs. Chris man, of Danville, and her Interesting little twin girls, Mattie and Katie, are with Mrs. John Slavln. Stuart Canon haa gone to Pitman to engage In business. Mies Alice Stuart Is In Lexington. Tunnel Citf. Preparttiona for the new church are NEW DRY G'OODS, FALL AND OF -- WINTER STOCK NOTIONS.GENTS' FURNISHIN&GOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, to., at- - Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Lan- ES. IP. 0"W"SXaE"5T. -- I WIIsIs HEM, MY progressing rapidly. The Trustee desire a G. R. Its completion at an early date. Owing to the death of Mr. Zimmer man, business has been suspended on the & X. R. It. for several days. Motions, uoots, snocs aim uiotlinig lor Uio next DAYS at greatly reduced prices. Heavy Hoots, Shoes and Clothing a Specialty. E. P. OWSLEY. ris, McXeal, Mrs. Brownlie and other, who begged Mr. Ray to promise not to commence the sale of liquor. Ray would make no promise, but said after reflection he would probably make a compromise. On motion a resolution waa adopted setting forth that the people of East Beanstadt and vicinity were earnest and united in their opposition to the liquor traffic and would spare neither trouble or expense in prosecuting to the fullest extent each and every violation of the laws now in force against the retailing of spirituous drinks in any manner. Ua motion the Mountain icao and Interior Jocrval were requested to publish these minute. Oa motion the meeting adjourned. Jcrr Pitman, Chm. C.8. NiEU,Seo. Uncle Tom's Cabin Company, IUD ami Wfeutei 30 of Buy CJaeis .. D Tf Leon Gambctta, the greatest statesman France has claimed in the present century, is dead. He died In the grief of disappointed ambition. Ilia last words were: "I am lost, it is uaelesa to dissemble. I have suffered o much that this will be a deliverance." Judge L. Pepper of Princeton, baa been arrested on a peace warrant, aworn out by his son, who charges that on two occasions his father attempted hi life. The Judge was put in jail but after being con fined a few daya a compromise was effected and be was released. The annual report of the Commissioner of Patenta shows the receipts of the Patent Office during the year,to have been $1,000,180.05, an increase of $155,520.76 over last year and an increase of $503 for each working day. The net revenue of the Libert. office was about $325,000. Our new sheriff, J. J. Tate, executed We notice that it is the custom of At the President's Kew Year reception the Ohio Governors to embody in their the Hawaiian Mir.iiter, Hon. E. H. Allen, bond last Monday with the following nam ed parties as his surities: J. W. Whipp, messages to the Legislature a report after being presented to the President.wbile on his way to an anteroom.waa attacked with W. C. Myers, F. P. Combest, P. V. Napier, of all pardons that are issued by them and spasms. He was promptly at J. T. Wesley, E.J. Godby, C. W. Sweeney, during the year. Gov. Foster, who vertigo by physicians, tended but shortly after J. A. Lawhorn and Thomas Floyd. has Just reported, says that he issued wards died in one of the anterooms at the Everybody is invited and requested to attend tbe railroad meeting on the 20th, Sat64. Supposo it was required in this Executive Mansion. Vould tho next Legralaturo-meState. It turns out that Gambetta was shot by urday, at Middleburg and on the 22nd at LA5C1STEU 1DVEBTIMCKUTX. live long enough to hear Black- bis mistress, with whom he has been living this place. Work on the road will soon for ten years. Her name waa Leonie Leon, begin and everybody should feel a deep in burn's report of tho workings of his terest and do all in their power to push it H. O. KAUFFMAN, pardon mill, even if their lives were an Israelite, who left her husband to follow along. IjAW, DEPARTMENT. the fortune of the great orator. Gambetta prolonged beyond the appointed three- tired of the LANCASTER, KY. The young folks of this place and vi liason, and the pair had fre Hsster CommlMlooeraarnnl circuit Court. Wilt ROUT. IX. WEST, score and ten? quent quarrels, in one of which she fired a cioity bad a joyous Christmas. The mer pnctle la all tha Courts of Uarrard aad adjoining ry dance was all tbe go. They began by counties sad In tbe Court of Ap)ils. TnE Georgetown Times celebrated pistol ball through Ills abdomen. LANCASTER. The popularity and prospective success having one at W. II. Phelps' on Monday its 17th birthday this week, and in an Rev. R R. Noel has resigned his pasnight, and continued through the week, as of the coming article about it states that it has never is sufficiently Cincinnati Opera Festival follows: At Judge Stone's on Tuesday torate of the Baptist Courch at this place. attested by the results of License haa been issued for the marmissed in all that time to be put to yesterday's auction aale of night; at J. W . Wilkinson's on Thursday season reals. COMPANY, press within two hours of a given Last year there were1l,134 seats sold the night; at J. W. Moore's in the county, on riage of James Growo and Misa Florence INSURANCE Burton. Op IknTox, Mass. time. We do not suppose auother pa first day, aggregating $31,178 95, the aver Friday night, and finished the holidays by "The Farmers National Bank of Lanhaving a grand ball at the Napier Hotel on Csptttl, $500,000; iurplus. tf3,C29.3l, toUl sikIs. per in the State can lay claim to such age premium on each Beat being 13 49. Monday night 1st. Comparatively no caster, Ky." will be tbe war the check of SI,0.VS,M.SI. ROUT. lilNNAJKIS. Alt., regularity. The Interior Journal lesterday 1,140 seats were sold for $33,-25- 7 drunkenness during tbe whole time. Judge the new bank will read. Laoculor, Kentucky. 80, an average premium of $15 17. Hugh Logan has given up hi position never fails to appear on Tuesdays and J. B.Stone and his ever attentive wife W. S Shepperd, sherifi-elec- t of Pulas-k- l have the heartfelt thanks of all our voung in the dry good store of R. W. Lilian! A Fridays, but it is printed any timo county, executed his State and official Co. He is auctioneering for Hemphill & from 7 r. m. to G A. m. the nightr be- bond before Judge Tartar. He failed to ex folks for their unbounded hospitality. 8riroao Stbbxt W. D. Stone & Son will in a few diys Walden. fore. ecute a county bond, and will probably not Mr. J. P. Sandifer will leave In a few LANCASTER, KENTUCKY close out their store at this place. Dr. will Time, which usually rights all be able to do so, as he haa been trying to go back to his farm and Joshua expects to daya for Louisville and Cincinnati to pur wrongs, has come to therescueof den. secure sureties ever since his election last go to Louisville to live. Miss Llllie Phil- chase tbe books, safe and fixtures for the JOHN T. 1IIGUINS, I'KOl'METOK. Joe Wheeler, the famous Confederate Fall. Much indignation is felt among the ips has Just returned from a week's stay new bank. people that the sheriff elect was allowed to Mr. Hiram Rothwell la at his post cavalryman. Ho was. elected to tho obtain control of a partial prerogative of with frienda in Louisville. J, C. Whipp is A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL of duty again. Mr. Sam Peacock baa from Owensboro. Congress, but the republicans the office, without being required to assume expected home 47th Mr. John Cowan and family from McKin-ne- y moved into the Walden house on tbe cor In Ter j particular, lb pttronatt ol tho futile seated their favorite, one Lowe, who the full duties. have moved to tbe farm of Mr. K. L. ner of Stanford and Crab Orchard streets solicited, snd satisfaction guarinlMd. died shortly afterwards, and now for LINCOLN COUNTT. Mr. E. W. Harris bought of J. P, Tanner just below town. We are glad to the second timo, tbo General is elected have them with us. Mr. Hugh Logan's Sandifer eight acre of land In town for Crab Orchard. to the same Congress. His majority "Der Drummer" is still seen upon our family will move to hia mill near this $1,050 cash, the same land bought by Mr streets. place in a short time. Geo. Stone has just Sandifer from Geo. W. Dunlap's heirs; Is 2,000 over his next competitor. A house at Preachersville belonging returned from a week's stay in Pulaski, and sold to James A. Anderson a lot adWilbek F. Browder havlhg with- to Geo. King waa consumed by fire Monday Willie Stone ha gone to Columbia to at- joining hi (Anderson') property, for $375 cash. drawn from tbo race and Hon. E. W. night. It was occupied by negroes who tend school. Tbe boy came back from Frankfort, John. A. Wolford, formerly of this Turner Laving been stricken down by made a fire, went visiting ind found on place, now of Campbellsville, waa married Wednesday, looking juat as jolly as if two candidates their return only a heap of embers. death, there are but The two voung men who put vermi- - last month to Mist McWhorter, one of the they didn't have to go back In June, but for Attorney General now before the luge on the mristina tree tor two young most accomplished and beautiful young la they have to go all the same Mirabile dietu people, the present incumbent, Hon. ladies, were repaid for their trouble when dies of Taylor county. His friends bere the warrant against Ed. Bishop waa disP. W. Hardin, of Mercer, and Col. each received a nice (?) package of raisins all wish hlni and his bride a long and hap missed, a prominent republican' opinion Jones, of Louisvillo, between whom In which were snugly concealed py wedded life. On the 27th of Dec, J C, to the contrary notwithstanding. John Clark, alia Red Cloud, t sick tho race will no doubt be nip and cathartic pills. W neatly to llulda iiattleld. The groom Tbe people of Guru Sulphur (a little is 08 and the bride 45 and it is the third with pneumonia, and his family Is In a vetuck to the end. village near this place) celebrated the first time that each one haa entered tbe haypy ry destitute condition. Several gentlemen Linn Boyd, the discharged clerk in day of the New Year by giving their little atate of married life. Same day, J, R visited his house and found them out of the Land Office at Frankfort, is deter people a treat in tbe way of a New Year Davenport to Bellonia Buldock. Rut. coal, and with provisions enough only for ladiea and mined to raise a row with Copt. HbtLJ Ship, whose cargo consisted of presents Ac Jackaon Collins was married on the 28th supper. Several don, but what makes Mr. Hoyd mad- Every child in the vicinity, rich and poor, to MLss Annie Tenn. Brown. The ceremo- gentlemen have sent them coal and proder than a hornet is that the Captain shared alike when the presents were dis- ny waa performed by Rev. A. C. Tabor at visions. Owing to our not being able to secure the home of the bride' father, G. M. Brown, 1NTEPRI8E OEOCERY, persists in treating him with sileut tributed. sufficient information we have heretofore The sandy party at Judge Carson's was in this county, in the presence of relatives contempt. Boyd threatens to bring not given the desired notice of the doings a nice aflalr. Miss Bettie Is an excellent and a few friends. in our society world, during tbe holiday, Sheldon before the grand jury, hostess. Mr. T.J. Moore gave a party on Protesting Againtt the Whiekf Traffic. Tbe festivities were begun by a hop given Newt remarks: Tuesday night In honor of T. B. Carson, Tnu BreckinridKO At a meeting of the citizens of East by the Lancaster INp Club at the Jfason " From the number of killings that oc- which he dubbed bis tally tolu party," Bernstadt and vicinity on Thursday, Dec. House, on Tuesday evening. Whenever There was a good crowd and plenty of taf curred in this State on Christmas day fy both with and without tbe tolu. Tom 28tb, 1882, to protest en mass against the the Lancaster Hop Club has attempted to -- Wboleial anil Retail Dealsrs In ale of whisky and other intoxicating li- give an entertainment it ha been a suc and night, it seems that Keutuckians Laaley was Chairman of the meeting. Caps, &c., to In Shoes, Itc- quors in and about said place, Mr, Jed cess, and the hop Tuesday night waa but a imagine that the proper way to celeTbe most enjoyable event of the season Staple and Fanoy Groceries, Queens-warbrate the murdered Saviors birthday was an oyster supper given Thursday night Pitman was chosen Chairman and C. S. repetition of their former attempt. BeO ass ware, Candies, Is with murder. by Dr Lewis to his friends, at the resi- Nisid Secretary. On motion Messrs. Farrls side the young ladies of Lancaster that of a stock of goods that wc arc closing out, This is not the tail-enwatt upon one were present, were the following from and Frnits.Clgars and Senator Logan made a three dence of Mr. Sam Hardin. About seventy-fiv- e Geo.Fair were appointed to East Bern- neighboring townai Misse Allle Dunn and Ray, recently moved to but the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. people were in attendance, and Dr. day's speech agaiuit tho relief of Filz Tobacco. Mis Sandusthe John Porter. The Queen's Koglisb Lewis, assisted by tbe Misse Hardin and stadt forAc. avowed purpose of selling Lucyof Gibbs, of Richmond; Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy. We Lexington; Miss Llule Bailey, of A Fi At the request of the com ky, OUOCEItV-- A WKLLMOHT- Charlie Hardin, entertained them elegant-l- whisky, suffered worse than Fitz John. Mis Fannie Lallard, of Law. eJ, room house. Erjrlhln nest u When the do:tor begin to do tbe mlttee, Mr, Ray was brought before the Versailles; will make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, who a pin and prices locr than is said that Carlislo is sure of handsome thing be always makes a success meeting and addressed by Mr. Lusk, who renceburg; Mis Bright, of Boyle; Mis ertr. elected to tbe Speakership even if of It. explained in eloquent language tbe object Lou Birrs, of Lincoln, III. Oo Thursday will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. Our village ha been on the move for and purpose of the meeting, Forcible ad evening Mrs. Faltit Gill gave Miss Juliet, Don't Full to See Them lit the JVeu he didot ask uiacitourn couiu no JsVerfc. I a week or more. December 19, 1882. Mr, Tom Douglas moved dresses were made by Messrs. Owsley, Far- - lip nnlv flftti(FMp a miifttralii and tlanre. make tbo race. 101.IJT. Here's another effort to rob the The Ninth and publio Treasjry: Tenth regiments, Rhodo Island Vol unteers, during the early days of the rebellion went to the front as three month's men and returned at the ex piration of that period. It is now claimed that inasmuch as tho officers and men did not receive a discharge from the government until a few days since that they are entitled to their pay, with interest, for tho intervening years. Was there ever any thing so But what a Yankee preposterous? has not the cheek to ask, has never been conceived. Dr. Wild, of Toronto, announces that Adam was seven feet high. His reason for this conclusion is that the first man was perfect, and seven is a perlect number. "Three is the Trin ity number, and stands for the Creator; four stands for the world; thus seven includes the Creator and the created. Seven means completion. There arc seven virtues that make a perfect man virtue, knowledge, temperance, patience, godliness, brotherly kindness, and charity." whlaky alone. It haa been finally decided that the Dr. and Mrs. Lambert have returned shop of the Cincinnati, Kew Orleans A from a visit to relative in Clark county Texas Railroad wilt in a ahort lime be lo- Ma. Comer who has been railroading in cated at Lexington, the question of water Mississippi, spent the holidays with his having bt en favorably fettled. family at this place. Mr. J. M. Moore has Manhall & Co. have struck oil on Ot dispensed with the hotel business entirely ter creek, in Wayne, and excitement runa and is opening out a stock of dry good. high. "Everybody" U talking oil in that Mr. EJgar Sine who baa been sick with region now. Capacity of well at present, ten fever for some weeks is slowly improving to the delight of his friends. Mr. and Mrs. barrels a day with prospects flattering. Bell, of Science Hill, Miss Flora Robin Somerset Itcporter. A New York paper, purporting to give son, of Cincinnati, and Mrs. Shooter, of faithful statistic of crime in this country Danville, were visiting here during Christ during the year cloned, credits Ken- mas. tucky with thirty-seve- n murder; lrnchlngs, case couurr. four; suicide, two, and legal hanging, four. ttiddleburg. Thero surely were more murders than Madame .Rumor insisted that there was to be a wedding at this place a 'few day ago but the aflilr has not yet been consummated, why, we cannot say. Expectation Is still on tiptoe. jut r that. Quite an Interesting protracted meet ing is being held at ML Calvary Church by DavenElds. M. A. Middleton and port. Seven additions to last Sunday. Aunt Polly Ross, aged 80 years, died Mr. H. at the residence of her eon II. McAnnich, on the 1st Inst. She leaves a Husband or about the same age, and quite a number of children and grandchildren to mourn her loss. W. n. Miller who moved from here to Dunnviliessme time since, and whom we (when we can't claim aa brother-in-lahelp it) waa here last week. He said that tje bad killed a large deer eince he left here. But we have aince learned that he had nothing to do with the killing of the deer, but waa only present at the skinning and dividing of it. It is mighty hard for Bill to tell the truth under such n Anthony & Ellis' famous Uncle Tom's Cabin Co. wilt appear at the Stanford Op era House, Tuesday night, January 9th. An exchange thus fpeaka of it: A fall of real running water. The production of re markable scenic effect on tbe American stage Is attaintng a wonderful degree of perfection, and among these nothing is more beautiful and affective than a real wa terfall, the water dashing and sparkling over the rocks in the most realistic manner, and eliciting unbounded admiration. This novel feature is only one of the marvelous scenic eflect used in the presentation of Uncle Turn' Cabin by Anthony A Ellis' World Famous Double Mammoth Ideal Uncle Tom's Cabin Company. Among the numerous other attractions are a pack of trained Siberian bloodhounds, u knowing donkey; a pony, two Topsys and the renowned Memphis University Students. The colored artist have called forth unbounded enthusiasm and encore after encore Is accorded them every evening. No lover of music can afford to miss hearing them, and a crowded house we are aure will enjoy thia unsurpassed dramatic attraction. The double Topsy Is another prominent feature and the songs and dances of the two. elicit nightly rounds of applause and shouts of laughter. Seata should be secur ed early. About CO couples comfortably filled the spacious parlors of Mr. G A bountiful repast was furnished and after dancing until the wee ima' hours of the morning, the guests dispersed with many thanks to Mrs. TheLARGEST ST00K of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY Gill and her accomplished daughter for AM) NII.VKinVAKK the pleasant entertainment. A second hop ws given by the Hop Club at the Mason Iyer brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. House on Friday night, and an elegant supper was served. A Masquerade will be given by Mis Llllie Noel (Thurs day ) Tho stockholders of tho Lancaster, Danville and Stanford Telephone Company held their first meeting for the election of officers at the this place, last Monday, a announced in these columns. Lancaster and Bfyantsvllls had a pretty Wishes to Inform his ratrons of Stan lord and ?lcloltjr U lit bas rerrhrd full representation. Danville waa represented by Mr. W. G. Proctor, and it being of Goods, County Court day in Stanford, she was represented by proxy. After remarks by Which he guarantees to makeup in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guar- Mr. B M. Burdett showing the utility and anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. convenience of the proposed line, Mr. Wm. Berkele was elected Chairman of the meeting. Tbe election of officers resulted as follows : President, It M Ilurdetl; Di rector, from Lancaster, W. S. Miller; from Stanford, W. P. Walton; from Danville, W. G. Proctor and from Ilryantsvlllr, Wm Berkele. The directors elected It. R. Vt, Secretary. The President and Directors will confer with the management of the East Tennessee Telephone Company and then decide whether they will have an Exchange or simply a toll Jine. When this ia decided, the Company will to to work, STOCK collect the money and build the line. It is useless for ua to attempt to demonstrate cmbracrH Staple hiuI Fancy Groecrlc, Patent ami Fitiully proposition that the line the Fluur, Meal, Ha ton and Lard, Tobacco anil ltarx, Wood will be a great convenience to the towns connected, as well aa to the country people en. Willow and Tinware, UIhmm and (liteeiiHwarv. Canned In the vicinity of way stations. It utility Goodti oi all kliuNasipcelally. Itciiieinltcr I lib place, "Tho cannot he realized until it I tried. The Corner Nlore." whole Hue which I thirty-twmile long will cost between $1,600 and $1,800 About of the money haa been subscribed, and the remainder, If the Directors succeed in making satisfactory arrange ments with the East Tennessee Cnmpany, will be soon subscribed. PENNY & McALISTEK, H. C. RUPLEY, Fall and Winter Court-hous- Stanford, Kentucky, A Splendid' Stock H. C. BRIGHT, St. Asaph Blocli, Stanford. IS AIsWAYS COMPLETE. GROCKlt, It o "S one-ha- lf GREAT CLOSINGS Garrard County Editor. At SALE MANUFACTURERS' nnDMnni 102-l- m CULT, IIIGGEKH HOUSE! SEVERANGE&CO STANFORD, KY., ' - Desire to close out their New House! entire stock of goods nvw coons ral kind-hearte- d And propose to do so AT GEO. D. COST and in many cases less than cost. BURDETT & CO. 'T We have S15.000 worth of new Fall and Winter and LANCASTER. Dry desirable Notions, Clothing, Goods, Boots, Hats, d e, , momuor soil this way. y. It ' I imlKtr S(initt!ilnnltrioroiirna( Friday Morning, Br.r. I'ncmcTom'iCamx at the Opera Taraday night. YwTrniUY A cold TCM Hore a diimal dflilllng fain fell, the dy In town. atore were ... f. I (J, 1 t I f i I ' I ; (bar (llv red-ho- Jlurr.r.Y ha moved hi Tailor toward building a bridge aero nix Rlv Shop to the ttore room formerly occupied er on the Stanford and l'reachertvllle turnL N. tOCAL TIME CARD. pike and made the neceaaary order to have by 'Squire Carson. Passenger Irtlni North... the action legalized by the Lrglalature. " Tno-r- . Indebted lo St. Am ph. Saloon 2 IMF. M " Hoalh art County ATTonNf.Y, D. R. Carpenter requested to come forward and fettle with LOCAL NOTICES. out further notice. rather got away with the maglatratea thl Ilur I'AtNTitof Penny A McAlltter. If. C. Ruri.KY I needing the money due week. They iquabbled around for three Nrw Mock of Jewelry and Bllrerwire it him. Those Indebted to him are respect- day aupppaing that they could vote them IV nnjr A McAllster'a. aelve the uioal $3 per day. but when they fully reqiiealed to call and title. Watch M, Clock nml Jewelrr repaired atarted to do o, he quietly Informed them ml wiwrsnteil by Penny A McAlltter. Ir rou want augar by the barrel or coffee that It w $2 and no more and thowed HrANDAiiK 8liwl Music, Vocal and In LAND, STOCK AND CROP. y me aacir, it will pay you to get my them a recent declalon of the Court of Apetriimenul, fur 10 cent t Penny A McA- price, I am headquarter for good In peal on the eubject. They all turned A car load of mute for sale. F. lltter'. white about the gill but hnd to auhmil Reid.Slanford, Ky. IAIkik tlork of Window (Has, nil sizes quantity. H.C Drlght. Score one for Doc. Double thick Im far llower it. Penny Utler hay prea for axle. Hit ACELKT. Mr. John Ilrlght handed u A McAli.lrr. John Bright, Stanford. a gold bracelet that he picked up at the MARRIAGES. -J- ohn M. Hall sold lo R. B. A E. P PERSONAL Christian church laat evening. The owner Mr. Hirron, of Danville, married Mia Wood a yoke of oxen for $IC0. can get it by ptylng foa thl notice. of Danville J. I. DuMi.Ar, Ki , Llllie Armstrong at Lexington, Tueaday. E. T. Rochester otd to N, D. Lackey. here yesterday. Klocutionahy KntihtAinment. D O. Craig Sim and Mi Relle Smith were I 4 yearling cattle, . at 4 cts. Dit. 1. V. Lcxun hi mored to the I.aw-oof (Itaagow, Scotland, an elocu married at Mr. Margaret Smith' yeater-Fourteen broke mule and 2 thorough liou cilrd I'jr Dr. Owsley. tionlat of great ability, will give an enter bred bull calve for sale. It. B. A E. P, Mr, Wm, Henry Padgett wa married MimCuaua Helm tm gonei to Louis-vlll- tainment at the Opera Houre In Stanford, Ky. Mia Mary Jane Padgett, at Mr. Eph Wood, Stanford, till next Hiring. to tetiinln next Monday night, 8th, under theauapl lo -- J. E. Bruce bought of W. 8. Wfgham Padgett yetterday. Mr. HAMlT.t. IlmnilT, of Indiana. In ca of l'rof. Abner linger. Admlaaion 108 ewes at $3 76 and Huff Dadderar vUltlnR hi lirotlirr Mr. J. II. lltlght. Mr. John S.Ooodeand Mia Sallic, adult CO cent, childien i!5 cent. bought of same 33 at same price. o( I.tnctster, I daughter of Alex. William', MlM Mamie Olix, were W. 8. Hocker aold hi farm of 100 TllR Kentucky Centra) did not take married on the Itli.at with her reUllTf, the Mlsse Wllsun. acre lying In the Given neighborhood, to charge of the Richmond Ilranch aa expectMm. Hour. MrAi.irrrn, went to Wlnfield Scott Wood, of Iowa, ob Ttierdy, with the MU'nIlronstun. ed, but, It I understood, will watt till the tained llcenae Wedneaday, to marry Mia Wyatt Sandidge, at $70 per acre. D. D. Bell ha sold hi fine 300 acre Hon. ltopr IIlaim l much worse and completion of their road to Richmond. Kliitbeth Roger, at Hold an' Mill on farm near Lexington, to Col. Me lea If, of received vetterday I the 7th. fear are now entertained (bat Le will not New Mexico, at $140 per acre, cash. to the effect that the Company ha cent i recorer. At the realdence of Mr. Hall on Main 1). A HP. Woods bought of John -IMfHxra Luov Moonr.and Maggie Da man lo arrange the tranafer at once. atreet, Llndtey Stephenaon and Mil Mol J. Bright 38 acres of land at $30 and 22 of Ptri bellm, are liltln Mn, tU, a tulr Tub Dally Rowling Oreen Timtt aava; lie McCracken. Richmond Herald. Cap! acre at $30. The land adjoin theirs. 0. (XOltena. "The talented Kentucky actrea, Mia Julia Stephenaon ia a popular employe of the Mr. Joieph Spalding aold to Messrs. Mil. John Merxiios haa mored from A Hunt I mlwing, and it I ald that the L.&N.R It. Dallas Simme and Tom Mattlngly 38 head occupies tlie Cald Crab Orchard and now ha foraaken her huaband and gone to DEATHS Lebanon of mule 4t $113 per head. well prnrtT here. Kurnpe with another man, but we do not Godfrey Ilaugh died suddenly at hi Standard. .Ma Hi) a Wrnn and Mollle Mivra believe it." Nor do we. MIm Hunt I a' Jacoby Brother of Bourbon county, home near Highland h! week of old age. Mocker, of Danville, spent a few daja with genuine lady, and nothing but the bett Biian KU After a abort illness of sold to Jicob of Cincinnati, 31 ton of MIm Katie House, this week. proof will convince u that the haa fallen, pneumonia, Capt. John Henry Shanka hemp (the crops of three yeara) at $100 Mim Lizzir Uailey, a ery hindinie waa the Riirat of l'lcrunw! Picture,! Shaffer the Pho breathed hi last at 8;30 a.m. the morning per ton. young lad; of For ssle, 147 hesd of extra good grade Mra. J. II. MeAlister. at the St. Asaph tographer I making the nlceat picture that of Ihe .Id, aged W year, on the lGth of bucks, now lambha ever hern made In Stanford. Price December laat. He waa a native of thl ewes, bred to South-dowHotel. Mil IlAllllY II. I.I.IM, of Loulafllle, are very reasonable for Crat clam work county, and after obtaining a good common ing. Applly to J. E. Canon, Crab who haa reformrd and Iwonme a railroad Mr. Shaffer' Ink and water color copie of school education, followed the buaines of Orchard, Ky. The first lamb sale of the season waa man, after holdiiiK a case for several Tear, old picture are very fine, he enlarge to any merchandising in Stanford and farming lie Cloudy weather no hlnderance to till the war broke out, when he espoused made this week by J E. Bruce to Bill la on a viilt to tho family of H. T. liar Prewitt. They are lo be delivered between itood reeult. No extra charge for children. the Confederate came and bore a promiria Misum M Pkyton. Kx , our Miter Now ia the time to get your work done nent part In many of the great battle. At the lit and 10th of June at 5 cents. The grain production for the year to ty scribe, and Mr C 1. Ilrown, of the aame while you cm do o at home. Satiafactlon Corinth, he wa appointed Gen. Hawes and iubsequently held the reads: Corn, 1,035,000.000; what, 510,000, are here. Mr. Peyton came up to guaranteed. Gallery over town, same position to Col . Trabue in Breckin- 000; oats, 470.000,000; barley, 4,500,000; aee about locating and we are glad to rtate Anthony A F.LLta' Uncle Tom' Cabin ridge's divition. After the siege at Vicla rye, 10,000,000; buckwheat, 12,000,000. he haa decided to do so after the lolli. At Lexington, corn Is selling at $1 85, Col. C. II. ltociirjrtru lias gone on a Company, which appear here next Tue burg, he returned lo Kentucky, where after trip to Caeey, Adair and other counties In day night, will Introduce during the play taking an active part in organizing the but little demand and Ihe farmers holding the Intercat of the C.U. It A H it. It. Mm. which they give with wonderful realiatic provisional government, he wa made a for better price. Hay, extra good, $12; a live don member of it. Relieving, however, that oata, sheaf, good, $12; nothing doing in Ucheter acrompantetl htm la far aa Mr. aflVct, a pack of key and a pony trained to take parta In the hi place wa at the front, he toon again barley; wheat, 85c Transcript Jno O McAlitcr' to l her daughter. IVauis Court From 100 to 160 cattle erlormance. It will be a rare alcht for a joined the army, this time a a Captain in Mil Jons FoarEli, who haa been are Col. Grlgaby' regiment of Gen, Morgan's on the market, with a good demand and book keeper fur the Woolen Milla and Mc Stanford audlrnce and a the price Alliter A lirictit. leave today to take fixed at the low rate of 23 and SO cent, command and wa with him during hi fa. selling at price ranging from 4 to 5 cents. charge of hit father' farm, lodi which a with no extra charge for referring, a big mou Ohio rid,wa there captured and with From 100 to 123 mule on sale, unbroke Tory flattering oiler wat made him by the crowd nuuhl to attend. Secure your tick- other placed In a dungeon at Camp Chase, ones selling for $75 to $100 per head, and et at Mcltobert A Stagg'. from which they escaped by tunneling under broke mnleafor$100 to $170 per head. old gentleman. Good, sound horses brought irom $S0 to Mn J.J Eubank, of Qrreneburi, We invite attention to the new adver It wall. He reached the Confederate line in safety and joining a remnant of hi old $140 per head. who I jet enjoflnj; hit honeymoon, having tioementof A Owaley A Son, which appeara The cattle market Iti Cincinnati ia recently married Mim Helen Shepperd, of in another column. Mr. Walter W, Owa-le- command, waa engaged In a number ol cents for common; ekirmishea and battle, in one of which. strong and firm at Indianapolis, Ind, hat been on a vltil to ha ahown excellent bualnea qualificachoice to extrs near Hopklmville, Ky., he was wounded fair to medium, the family or Mr. II F Kubank. He i tion and alrict attention to hi dutie. common to choice .engaged with Wright & llro. at $1,200 per which hi lather ha rewarded by giving almost identically as President Garfield butcher grades, stockers and feeders 3J year was. The enemy got possession St the shipper, Kmmctt L Williamson, head olerk him an interest in hi large eelabliahment, field and a Federal Surgeon, after taking a 4. There haa been a slight advance in to the gratification of hi friend. In oftheC.lt Mison Company, lessees of the much bitty glance at hi wound, laid, "Il'a no hojjs and best are now quoted as high aa 0 Kentucky rmllrntiary and exlemlve 11. thl connection we are requeated to ay use taking Ihla fellow to the hospital, he'll centa from which figure they run down to that the bualnea of the old firm now We 11, contractor, waa In town yetterday. die in a few hourt." He waa not dead, 5 5 for common. Sheep are stronger at fi'iijc knuwn Mr. W. fur yeara andean testi- ready for eeltlemrnt and that thone indebtLamb, are dull at ed are expected to come forward and liqui- however, when they came to burry the 3($5. fy to ltt worth, as a ncnlleman and busi unfortunate, and he wa then tiken to date at once. A worJ to the wire I man The ptople of Frankfort will ne MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Hopklntville, where he recovered, and af therefor please treat him kindly. 'm ter three month exchanged for a Federal Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. The delinquent Hat allowed Sherifl Captain. He then Mn. Jos rru Hi.vkiukck, for year a went to Gen. Lyon's Dr. Grant, dentist, will be in Mt. VerMenefee bv th Court ahowa 738 name leading merchant here, h accepted a division, and wit with him during hit se- non at Circuit Court traveling salesman for the large Lut year he returned only 339 and the vere winter campaign and at the famous A Co , year before S. H. IUnghman failed to coldry goodt bouse of J M Itoblnaon battle of Selma. Shortly afterwards he Judge T. P. Hill, Jr, Accepts the Call to BeLoutaville, and left on Tueadty to set hi lect 001. Thl It a pretty bad allowing for laid down hla arm and was paroled on come a Candidate for Representative. ample. Mr. Severance, by hi pleasant Mr. Menefee but he ia to a certain extent condition that he would not hereafter bat- RlUor Interior Journal: manntra and a'commodating dltoitlon, excuaable. The bad crop of year before tle against Ihe government. Borne week since, there was a call on haa made blmself one of the moat popular laal left many people In comparative want, The above ia but a brief outline of his me through the columna of your paper to year had distinguished uira ny where and hi home a to be con from which the good crop of service for the cause he become a candidate to represent gratulated on securing him.. Hit legion of not extricated them at the lime of collec- loved. After the war, which left him al of Lincoln in the Lower House of friend here regret to have him leave the tion, beidde the additional 2 cent lax de moat pennile, he returned to Stanford, Assembly. Since that time I have cided to bj collected after he had Milled retail trade. where hi brother, S. II Shank, gave him conversed with a number of citizena from with a large number of pertona, necessitat an intereat in hi (tore. Tn 18G3 he wa various portions ef the county, and have reLOCAL MATTERS. ed almoat double (rouble and gave him lea married to Mis Louisa IUIley, of Shelby ceived sufficient encouragement to induce RlNKTOMOIIT to ee alter the poll tax payer. lie time county, and five children mourn with her me to make the race. You will therefore, might have however, done a little better do TO the "Twin Front " an irreparable loss. In 18C9 when the please announce me a candidate, eubject to and muat do o next time. ' Farmer National Rank waa organized he the action of the Democratic party. Oyater at II. Fresh T P IIlixJu The Maglatratea of the county ailtinga waa unanimously elected lit president and Mr. John Dinwiiidik will continue to a Court decided on Tuesday, after numer every year since on arcjunt of hla excelHenry Matthews and William Men-n!- s run the St. Aaaph Hotel until further no ou tpeeche advocating it, to exempt lent management, he haa been tlmilarly (colored), laborer on the Kentucky tlce. from taxation for county pur pone the Cin- honored and waa ita president at hi death. Central extension, were blown to piece at realdence cinnati, Green River and Naahville Rll-roa- d He wa a born financier aa the accumulaFoil Salk. Four handaome Winchester by the explosion of frozen dyfur a period of thirty year and order- tion of property and money variously estiWill ell very cheip Stanford, Dec S5, namite cartridges they had placed In a mated at $50,000 to $75,000 since the war ed that the next Legislature be requeate'd '82. W. Craig. etovMo thsw. lo legalize the proceeding, The vote tood abundantly prove. He waa fully conW. S. SrooNAMOlit: haa retired from the 7 to 5, a follow: For exemption, K. II scious of hla condition and a day or two at the Commercial and want all Caldwell, Jr.. W H. Caron, W. P. Grime, before hla death made a will which is a FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. to him to aellle at once. M. 8 Peyton, W. M. Garnett, J. P. Dtnlel marvel of juatnes and an unfaltering faith Because your bouse, or jour jooJi, or your lire Titr return ol the aheriff It appear and J, P. Hughe; agalnat, M. O. Portman, in the integrity of hi brother, Sam. A a man no person stood higher in thl stack, or your other property bsre not been burnt II pernon were Hated twice for poll John IUIley, M 8. Outiu, Adam Petrey or Injured bj flror llgblnlDj, It no guirantr that tbal It end Chrlatopher Ilrown. II. W. FarrI and community than Cipt. Shanks. Conacien Ihejr c.kkot be. Don't you think, then,In rasa lax and property to the amount of $1,778, woulJ be prudent to secure Indemnltr Craig Lynn were abaent, but we are told tious, moral, fIr In hi dealing and chiv- aucb lost or damag should occur t I oOVr you this InGait John II. Shanks held a policy they would have voted "aye," tt the lowest rates representIn any while two of alrous, he enjoyed the respect of all who surance Conipanr. obtainable seven snd you inar in the Equitable Life liiaurance ComM. 1111 LI I'M. JftO. the "noes" were for 20 yeara exemption. knew him and hi death I In the the na- taka jour cho!c. pany for $10,000, and $2,000 In the ItlaaturprUe that tome ol the five voted ture of a public calamity, and to hi famiReneQl Aoclation. ly, Ah, there' the weight of woe. A kind aa they did because ordinarily they are tol! Notico The furnace of the Chrlatlan church U erably fair minded men but no one la sur- husband and a loving father has been when hi presence and hi attention are undergoing repiir which are much heeded. prised at any stand 'Squtie Portman may Notice Is hereby siren that a meellng of lh Bank ofBtui "Jim Crow" Dilllon, who ia getting It In lake. He uaually trie to be on the popu- moat needed but In their affliction they will alocknoltlereor theVartuers National bank on lord will be held tt th office of aM heating order, iaya he will have Iho church lar aide and having apparently conceived be sustained by a tender Providence and a 18S3, t the idea that to do it to oppoae any rutai community of sympathising and loving The Stl TiiCHday In next Sunday, ure that may benefit Stanford, he of court? frirm'a. May the God of consolation to the F'or the purpose of electing a Board o( Directors for Kll.LKi) iiy the Cars Laat Monday, ensuing jear. J, II. OMNI. EY. oppnted any and every thing proposed. Hi widow and orphana mitain them in this the Cathter. IM.td Jame I.iir, of thl county, 'waa killed factitious plea, hla evident Inalncerlty and terrible hour. while cnupllnv car at II irren Fork on the Aa a in irk of respect all the business n hla propentlty to talk in looao 0 8 U It and hi remain were brouiht way, produced the opjKwlte efl'ect a In- home, were closed from 11 till after the he College. here Tueaday for Interrment. He wat an tended, and he had the mortification of tee- funeral yetterday, while the Farmers Nahoneat and clever young man and bore a ing himself moat gloiiouily aal down up tional Bank of which he was prealdent,wa good reputation on the road. .STANFORD. KY. on. He made a atatement concerning this paitlilly draped In mourning and remainTub Firt National lltnk laaue a atate-me- paper that waa by no means substantiated ed closed all day. Elder W, L. Williams Full Corps of Teachers, preached Ihe funeral diicotirte at the With by the fact, of which he waa promptly inwhich ahnwa that aince lla eatabliah uj nit thre month ago, it ha earned formed at the time. We have nothing Christian Church, after which a proceetloD will open lu'.Thtrtteolh Bewloa of mourning frlendt nearly a mile long, This Institution Monday Iff Beftember neit. 01 Ita loan and dlacount amount to agalnat him praonally,Wut we dUIlke ontbeSd and preceded by the members of the 33 and It individual depoalt $21(5,691 and do not think he ha helped lo Fraternity, of which he was an honConalderlng (he abort lime his avowed candidacy by hla action la this $218,03701 ALL T88 BaUXCHEgpr A Ince II atari, the allowing I an excellent matter, nor do we think he will attain the ored member, followed the remains to one. meaaureof his ambition unlets the "coloi-e- d their lut retting place In Buffalo Cemetery. TH0n0UGHENGUSHC0tin$E troops come nobly to his rescue" sgain. County Trkasureb, Mr. E R. Che RELIGIOUS. lr Uuiot, u will at nault tendered hi resignation a County 'Squire Carton deterve much credit for The week of prayer begins next Sun ItUBIO. THB ZiANQUAOEH. BBAW Treasurer Wedne'day, and D, II. Kdmlaton the public spirit he manlfealed and for hla INO AND VAINTINO. wa elected to fill out hi term, over A- A. telling little speech In favor of the exemp- day. We have not heard of any special McKinney, hit only competitor. A vote tion. Since the building of railroad, no service here. county hat been requeated to do leu than Bro. Shackelford and I have futt closof thank by the Court waa given Mr. In for promptne and correctneaa In the C. G. R. A N R. It atka and to have ed an eleven days meeting at Mt. Moriah, regu Tultloa, price rani from SIS to toe In tb iMparifutni. iTiiuarr, ro; ntermtMisio the diacharve of hi duty Mr Kdmlaton refuted her thl little Inducement, would, Twenty one confessed, one from the Baptist, Hi; rraparttNj, iw, ana uouefisi, ev. and J S I lock it Mr. D. W Yandeveer expressed it, have two restored, two united, In all twenty fire. qualified with Mr.l'henault particulars, at to Board, tt., addrow For er as lecurille. Hi aelection ia a good not only been mean but "niggardly and The attention and order were very good, HUM.full C. TKUEHKAKT. Frlucliml, H. also Ihe crowds. Martin Owens. shameful." one. SUn lord, Uiualn Co., Jty. - January Mn. W Cjiaio haa aold hi house occu. pie.1 by V J Anthony to Joseph CoflVyfor 5, 1883 Sl.ftBO. cloaed and everything wore a ombr W. hue. The County Court It. Cation decided on motion of 'rlnnlre to ubcrllxi $1,-10- It C. i -- -- The friend of Cipt, Shtnki lake con olatlon In the fact that when Ml. HarrI called and tiled If he w lahed her lo pray for him, he replied. Ye. I would like lo have the prayer of all good people." The New York &m take but little itock In the anointing bualnem, aathla Item howa: We deatre (o be Informed ol any caae of tuccea In the healing buaineaa by the to called Evangellit Barne, who operating In thl city, and who hi begun to anoint people with oil for the cure of their dlaeaae. e dealre lo have a eclen ttfio Inveatlgatlon made of every alleged caae of oleglnou healing under the operation of Hrolher Rarne. 1 JIKtTlimRTIfttiflKvTR. JUIH.K T. 1. Illlifi. J II., (a a cindMat M Reprraentitlr In the neat islature, snljict to th action ol th democracy Leg- FOR SALE! Hiring concluded tor-mo- fine farm for of 3 H sslemj loTeiis, I offer for V IIiiftltiCHf) Hoiinc, Combined In one, United In ih town of Trab Orh'llfdlng street JUIHJi; W. O. IIANNFOim chard, Ky., on Uncsiler high, OxTh fret arxlron-- It1 two and stnre-nMIsms In all eight rooms 1 Is 20x10, for the democralle nomination for with counters and shelling he ! a eimllilat nlceljsnd pteperlj te Itepretentatlv In Iht ntst lrf.tilature. with all the nuttrulldlngsneeeiwsrr to convenience and the taste ot the most ftsildlous, tnd tn ihundanre of pure wtt.r for drinking ind honsehold piiiposre.lmnllful shade tnd fruit trees adornlni and beautifying Ihe entire ptrmlsct, all Late of Cbenanlt, Severance) 4 Co., Stanford, Ky , In gnd and health condition Any one deslr-I- n ehesneet vsttialit rMl1nr. im... . ! Willi people, would do wsll to call ersnd &. CO.. mi examine ine picmiseo rior purchasing eUt-whTerms ressonsMe. w-- tf joiim r. sTittinr-Importera and Jobtiert of Dry floods, Notions, Ac , S37, M, stl Main direct, Dor. Stith, IIcI'1chco isn obtain ahsrgaln lOI-I- K n. n.iTH.piin, uaiBiirn ivi if,n applying st oneia ri jnir. i. very prodnrtlve Any person .tt J, HtlllTT. Mtlledgevllle, Ky. IS miles Irom Mttnlord A llo.nlnn-tller.lk- e, watered, nsl gond ImpmTrnients.ahnut I offer for sal prlvalel jmy eierllent little Farm Inn terem. In the west end of Lincoln ronn ty, within Smile of Well. It It If of mil from Ihe Mtlledgevllle Stanford pike nd Is well Is In grass slei JON. NBVEIMNEt J. M. ROBINSON Kentucky's Kouto East - LOUWVIIiTjli;, will now KY. WM. DATJGHliillTY'Wa8n9ton' ' D""hmr NTAlVFOItU, - - KKXTUCKY, Makcfactuoihi or i 3hi'at,eiPniaN-Y- TO THE PUBLIC W "'' The only line running . PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS A,D First-clas- s paj special attention to srOOHTOJI 110-- 1 ailUVHHNO.-vj- a either honed or unboltM mesi. We iromlM Ia rite rsllsfsctlon. and whrn desired will dte I'atent Flour for Wheat. Can make Fine Carriages, Buggies, A SOLID TEAEBT liOiiiHTlllo, Cincinnati HcAI.INrKKNAI,LEK 890-lb- n, OPERA HOUSE, -- Ky., Hiull.cx-liiK-o- n, sriaroaD WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same TUESDAY EVENINO. -- ma - JAIVT. 9. AND PHAETONS, WAGONS depot with. fait train lor JXTe-v- r EIGHTH SEASON or Tin "STorls... Dan- ., The Direct Routo to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Klcli-mu- ANTH0NY& DOUBLE US CO IiATKR-Informa- Ideal Company of America, t. UNCLE TOM'S CABIN iSD For tickets and lurther Information, applr to your neurit ticket office, or address J AH Mi C. F.RNNT. We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, ftenl. Houlhwestern Agent, SI0 W Msln St., Louisville. Ky. employing onlr flrst-cla- ss workmen and using only nnt-cls- ia material, aod sell at reasonable C. W.N.MITII, 11. W. FUI.I.EK. Bgures stjle, workmsnshlpand material cr.nsld- Osn'l Manuer, (len'l I'ass'r Ag't. ed. ii) nm. ltlcbmond, Virginia "ISf'TII All Virginia and North Carolina Points. KINDS. iai'iiii:rtt. MemphisTJniversity Students ENTIRE NEW VEIVilON. The Two Greatest Double Topsya In tlieWorld. The Wonderful Mechanical Walerful Real Running Water.) Era and Her Tet Tony. The Only Imporlnd rack of Trained blberlan Bloodhounds. ( PENNY & Fail of 3EDE3CJfaLR.C.CJISTS, DiiLia lit McALISTER Pharmaceutics! Preparttiont aspeclslty. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY &FANra ARTICLES. Fhysiclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Our Educated Donkey, (Knoxj) the SrualUit Donkey on the Stage. EVEKVTHINO NEW. rl. p Ie?ofe' I'ojiiifnr Price! V5 mid SO rent! no higher; no extra IteUeta. On nle nt Helloberta Jb btngg'H. PUBLIC SALE OF A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DEALERS IX- - Poat-OfD- TOWN LOTS JANS, )0S !! blood-houn- vl-i- I will offer lor site on HntunlnVr -- (in. O, on the premises In Stanford, at 2 o'clock, SeTeral Excellent Town Lots. Those desiring to tee them, can apply to me. St Harclware and Groceries, Glassware, Queensware, Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Limo, Comont, Fiold Soods, Plows and Farming xmpiomonts. uau ana seo tno genmno Hamilton Flow. JOIIS It It 1G JIT. Lincoln County Farm For Sale! loOerforule rrltit-l- r iut farm of 373 acres on Wx.Wlrr.iy, miles Eastol Stanford, within a half mile of the new turnpike nw belna; constructed from Stinford to rreecbersTtlle. An ex from the dwelling tothepue. cellent dirt-roa- d Ilulldlnga are brick and frame, with 10 rooms Well watered with line springs, some ot them medfirst-clas- s, Including ical water. Iropro-emtn- ts the fencing. Terms liberal. Address or call on MK.S.NAKAII CUU1C, blsDlord. Lincoln county Kj. y 46l, 34; 45; 23 ozf:e:r,.a. hotjsb blocs:. TO THE PUBIiXC. 1 1 45 t. m posl-tio- n On Jan. 1, the Arm otMcAltHter&llrluht will be J. II. McAIIster retiring. II. C Ilrlght will continue the business alone. We are anxious lo settle the old partnership businesses toon as possible. Your account Is readj for y. u, riease call and settle Jan. 1st by rash or note. All luting claims against the firm will present tbem for payment. Rescctlully, J. 11. JlcAHHTEtt, Ml. C. II It I O JIT. 0 oIInUe Fliluu! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - lt y We Will Sell Everything Propr. in our This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still maintains its High Reputation, AND a HrlR-hl- Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Queiti. CLOTHING STOCK - AT- RtrtTSgt will kt esarered to aad from thedepet rree orcnargs. --.prciai tcrommousuoB. to to Commercial Traselera. The liar will be alwaj tippllsd with the choicest triads of Liquors aad Cigars. N. Y. Weekly Herald OXE DO LLA II A ACTUAL MARKET YE.llt. con- - flrst-cla- X tantlj increasing. It eonlslus til the leading newt of the Dally Herald tod Is arranged in band j department. The Embrace special dtipatchet from the globe. Under the bead o I The circulation of thla popular newspaper Is Ma-ejn- FOItRlUA ,U,'II til quarter! ol COST! FOE be Cash, Purchases or interest from date. We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and la-k- to Stockholders Jan., Aregleen the telesrsphlo dispatches ot the week from all parts of the I'nlm. This fe.ture alone uskeetbeTUE WEEKLY 1IEKALU the most valuable chronicle tntbew rid, as It la the cheapa fslthiul report of est. Erery w. ek Is gl-Embracing complete and comprebensl-- o dispatch- slroni Wublogton, including lull reports of the speeches ol eminent politicians on Ihe questions of the hour. Of the Weekly Herald gliea Ibe Ist.st aa well as Ihe most pracllctl suggestions tnd dlscoserle relating lo the duty of the Isrmer, hints for raising cattle, poultry, gralo, trees, Tegslablet, Ac . Ac , with suficstloks for keeping building and firming utensils In repair. This is supplemented by a well edited department, widely topled, under the head of AMNHICAS XEH'H POLITICAL AKH, THE PAIIH VKf.tlirHE.yT if SATO! Must ' Stanford Female a nt $0,-80- 5 deoia-gogue- o Qlflng reclpea for bractlcal dishes, blots for uak-I- ni rluthliiir sod for keevloii uu with the Utest fashions at Ihe lowest price. j lleui ol cook- lug or econouij euggcsiM in mis urpsmucn. is before publication. praillcallr tested by exrtt Lettsrt from our l'srls aud Loudon corrtsiwndeols The Home Depart-ni.ou the ser j Isttst luhloot r the Weeklr Herald will sate the house mora thin on hundred lime th price ol wife th paper. The iniere is ot THE HOHK, ter Are looked alter, and eserjthtng lelttlug to me- BiTini is isreiuuT There Is a page devoted to all the latest phases of the business msrkets, crops, merchandise, do., Ac. A valuable feature Is found In th iilally reported prices aod conditions ol SKILLED LAIlOll rhin m ins isuor THIS IS THE TIME. - Che-nau- lt TERMS MODERATE. Siwrtlng nw at bom and abroad, tosther with a story erj week, a tenuoo by somt ml nent dlsltte, lileitrj, musical, dramatic, tnd aea notes. There la no paper In the world which cootslns to much news matter Sieij week tithe Weekly Herald, which Is sent, iwstsge free, gorons dollar. You rai subscribe at tuj time. Tbt New York Herald in a weeklj form, one dollar t year Address NEW YOUK HERALD. Broadwty tnd Auu Street, Ntw J oik, THE VHODVCE MAHH.ET, BRUCE, WARREN & CO. U tmmJLmm Stmr-tch(- n 3nltriorourna( ICY. I w A financial crash A banker's towA. nthim. I got over it during tho wat. I AnAnuLLA No, powder will not mako vent down Micro to help Gen, Grunt Friday Morning, January 5, 1883 whip tho robol. Tlie General had a your hair bang, A dull raiser Tho farmer who dots command and I had one. Mine was tho horeo and accoutrements ot ft private) not read tho newspapcra. A OIIIL OF J78'i. soldier, and i( Gen. Grant's command Misses, don't count excopt in the latin nml Pottru HKnlltH ITiffe l, Student had caused him tho tronblo Treasury Department. TTaUtnrnritnl tnnn Iron Collar, that mlno did mo I belioro ho would mm Harper's Voting rvcple.) A cur in tho carTing-knifbctokons Ono hundred years ago n liltlo girl haro resigned. I rantod to resign, but that n spring chicken has been in tho Baaed Mary Butt wns livincr. with her tho Government would not lot mo. Well, house, parents at tho pretty rectory of Stan- - ono day, when I was trying to mako my Tnrr havo a brand of whisky in Ken Sho command keep np with tho commands in England. tucky known as tho "Horn of. Plenty," n was a bright and bcantifal child, and of tho other men in front of me, a beennso it will corn you copiously. sho grew np sho becamo Mrs. j dry officer rodo by. I never was moro Fashionablh liulicswiUi short sleeves BhorwooJ, tho writer of ft great many disgusted in all my life, Snch ft stories for young ixjoplo. But finical and priggish to tho last degree, wear their brac!oU aliovo tho elbow. wrinklo in tho glittering uniform Policemen continno to put theirs on tho nothing that sho wroto is bo entertain-- 1 No ing as tho story of her childhood, which tIiat incased tho slender form. White wrists. Thb pensivo mnlo is not usually when sho was an old lady, sho told to gauntlet gloves reaching nearly to tho pleoso bcr grandchildren. stwccptiblo to pathctio emoI wonder elbow, a long Spanish sword, and long how tho girls who read this paper wonld hair. Long hair in that region I And, tions. And yet ho occasionally drops a endnro tho dieciplino littloMary sub- what was worso, ho curled it, and woro mnle-tecmitted to so patiently in 1782. From it falling over his shoulders and down Tiitns W lm cm mslde sip In tfelamaiod. nose rnenas tiurtrt How wbt to give Hum to do, tho time sho was C until sho was 13 sho his back liko a woman. Yellow hair it 8o they packed them off Weil with their nnde n' wore every lay an iron collar around was. Tho most glorious gold that ever msmms, her nock and a backboard strapped sunlight shono upon, I bcliovo it now-- Anil the; til got husbands la Msnstobe-b- . but yellow I called it then. I was too tightly over her shoulders. This wa to " Wiikhr's tho molasses, Bill?" sold a mako her perfectly straight. Tcihaps much disgusted oven to ask tho namo of woman sharply to her son, you may havo scon hero and thcro a tho officer, and rodo along a little piqued who had returned with an empty jag. offivery stately old lady who nover was that tho Government did not mako "Nono in the city, mother. 'Every known to loan back in her chair, but cers of snch men as mo, instead of such grocery has a largo board outside, with fellows as tho ono just passed. I saw tho lotters who always held herself as erect as a chalked on it N. O. Molassoldier on duty. If so, sho was taught, him again subsequently. Wo wore study- ses." ing geography trying to find how far yon may bo sure, to carry herself in He slipped quietly in at tho door, that manner when sho was n littlo girl. it was from ono placo to another by go- but, catching sight of an inquiring faeo ing thcro. When wo had most got Poor Mary's collar was pnt on in tho over tho stair-raiBald : "Sorry so late, morning find was not taken off until whero wo wcro going wo camo to a long my dear ; couldn't get a car before." lino of marshes with a creek running dork, and, worso than that, sho says: "So tho cars wcro full, too," "I generally did all my lessons standing through them, and crossing tho marshes lady; and further remarks werosaid tho nnnec. in stocks, with tho collar around my was a causeway, with a bridge ovor tho cssary. creek. Across tho marshes on a hill neck. I never sat on a chair in my Younq man, if you had ono and was a party ot gentlemen in gray ulsters. mother s presence. tons of gold coin you would bo having a picnic. We had nevcV been Her brother and herself wcro great worth just 81,000,000. Every littlo picco readers, but you can count on tho fin- introduced to ono of them, but they ot gold you get hold of throw into the gers of one hand all tho books they had shot away nt us just as sociably as if wo junk-pil- o nntil you accumulate that to read, "Robinson Crusoe," two sets had kept hcnsalongsido thoir backyards weight. You can sell it and become a for ten years. of "Fairy Tales," "Tho Littlo Fcmalo Finally, with a rush and a roar tho rich man. Academy,"and "iEsop's Fables" formed Mistress (on coming Considerate tho entire jnvenilo library. They used fight was on us. Then I saw that form Why, Jane, toVako 'Robinson Crusoo" and seat again. Forward into tho very hell of homo from the seaside) lthemsclvcsVat tho bottom of tho wido tho battlo, and, rido hard as wo would, what's become of tho bullfinch?" etaircaso, tho two heads bent over the those yellow curls wero always in ad- "Well, yon sco m'm, it didn't say pages together. Whcnover they tnrnod vance, leading us on, Abovo them I much, and looked droopin like, so cook a leaf they ascended a step, until they saw tho flash of tho saber, cutting circles put it out of its misery, and I 'ad it began to go down ngain. Littlo Martin of light in tho air, and whero ho lod wo stuffed for my 'at." wis not very porscrving with his Latin, followed, for who would not ride gayly The Widow Flapjack lost her wedding so, although it was not the fashion for smiling to death when Custer led the ring. Sho was inconsolablo for awhile, girls, Mary's mother decided that sho way? It. J. liurdctte. and went about wringing her hands and saying : ' ' Thcro, now, I wouldn't havo should begin tho study in order to WHO REPRESEXT TUB PEOPLE. lost that wedding ring for anything. him. Tho sister soon distanced According to tho directory of tho For. I'll havo to go and get married again, the 'brother, and before she was 16 her Congress, thcro are in that for I'm bonnd to havo a wedding ring. regular task of a morning was fifty lines of Virgil, translated as she sW in tho body 293 members : 1 can't get along without it." Austin Ono hundred and ninety-fi- ve lawyers. Sifting. stocks. Hinotecn professional politicians. Yoa will ask what sort ot iTress this DAnyix, in his now book, estimates Thrco railroad officers. littlo girl was allowed to wear 100 years that thcro aro in gardens 53,707 worms to One capitalist. ago. In summer sho had cambric and tho acre. This tallies with our count Oco clergyman. or stuff gowns, in winter when wo wero digging in tho garden sixty-fir- e members repreThere aro with a simple white muslin for best. and didn't caro a nickel about finding Her mother always insisted on a pina- senting tho useful employments of the worms; bnt when we ranted bait for fore, which was a great loose apron worn country, as follows : fishing tho garden didn't pan out a dozSeventeen merchants. over everything elso and enveloping her en worms to tho aero. They had all Eleven farmers. from head to feet It is quite refreshing emigrated to tho garden of somo other Twelve editors. to find that neither tho backboard nor n fellow who never goes Ten manufacturers. the Latin took from the child a lovo of Herald. Fivo physicians. play or of dolls. He special pet was n It altered tho case : Two physicians Two civil engineers. hugolwoodon doll, which sho carried to met on tho street. "Good morning, Two minors. the woods with her, tied by a string Doo," said ono, "what makes you look Two mechanics. to tho waist, after tho gronn people had so pleasant ? " " Oh, I don't know. Do Ono metallurgist. decided that bIio was too big to care for I? Well, I lost a patient last night, The useful employments are still dolls? Afriendprescntedherono day with " " Really, that's nothing to and "a flne'gauzo cap, and this was the only worso represented in tho Senate, as tho look pleasant about. That's unfortunate ornament she ever possessed as a child. following shows. Thero aro soventy-si- x luombors, whoso professions oro as fol for your reputation." "Reputation be I think tho little girls who comrmre 1882 lows : blowed. Had to coll threo times a day, 1782 must bo thankful that they with and ho wasn't worth a cent." "Ah I Fifty-sevelawyers. were not born in tho last century. Yet Havo a That makes a diffcrenco. Fivo bank officers. littlo Mary Butt was a very happy child, light." And the two went np tho street Threo railroad officials. spending, when permitted, hours of smoking. ' great delight in the woods and groves Three professional politicians. A FREE PASS. ' and listening eagerly to the talk of tho Of tho useful professions there are Tho other day while riding learned and traveled visitors who camo .even. From the oountrj to the city. Threo merchants. to Stanford rectory. I uw fellow taken down Thrco manufacturers. Ink way I thought wee witty; I know that yoa will agree w)t at, DESTRUCTION OF AMERICAN forTwo miners. , Tht It wai very "pretty." ests. Two general business. The conductor cuue (or UckeU; In our own country wo havo gono to Ono furmer. And pined i pereoa by, the'fbrcste in a kind of froebootcr style, Whereat a wondering couutrymu P.n editor. Opened very wide hU eye, cutting and burning more than wo could TUB UKJC.tr LITTLE JAY IWVUX And approached hie cut acting for the most port as though The country is full of tho doings of Sound to know the reuon why. "allHho while in a frolic or a fight, until "Well, sir," the city chip replied, this great little man. Personally ho is now at length, after a contury or two oi ono of tho poorest specimens of tho "If you'd really like to know, I true', elr, on my rood looie." this sort of work, wu oro waking up to homo ono would m is a day's The countrymen iiid, "Sho! tho facts that our woods journoy on the streots of a largo city, And, etirlng herd e moment, Hid, are disappearing, and that wo are likely no is not much over fivo feet two inches " I guue you hiln't cot fur to f o " to suffer no littlo loss thereby. But it in height, and weighs about 100 pounds. is only tho few who socm now to havo SUPREME court. Ilo is a sickly man, always taking medi- XJJC EASY-aoix- a any adequate sense ot our conditiqn as cine, Tho opinions of the United States do is unimpressive iu manner, affected by tiio threatened loss of tho and has a dazed, shamed look, as if ho Supremo Court aro much too long. trees. In n recent publication, issued dreaded criticism. Ilo is dark, swarthy, They go into a history of every cose, by authority of ono of our Western and his foco has a Jewish cast. Ilo was and often a porson has to read a half States for tho express purposocf attract- called on to speak recently nt a railroad hour or bo before the point in tho deciing settlers from European countries, meeting in Boston, but ho simpered and sion is reached. But all this plays into the statistics of its great lumber produclie gets stammered liko a schoolboy. Ilo could the hands of tho Clerk. tion ore elaborately set forth, accom- only utter a fow words, when ho sat wealthy in consequence of it. Imagine panied by tho oBsuranco that tho present down confused. Yotthis little, feeble, tho readers of a paper in thoso days of enormous consumption of trees for this fellow is ono of tho most telegraph waiting thrco or four weeks purpose may bo coctiuued ten or fifteen daring speculators of tho age, and the for a decision I The Judges are too "yearsjlonger before tho forests will bo most wonderful manipulator of stocks slow. They don't intend to bo slow, but destroyed. Tho cool unconcern in re- known to tho history of WI) strcot, they aro, without knowing it. It is selgard to the future shown in this is very Ilo controls properties estimated to bo dom that a decision can bo had in less noticeable. " After us, the deluge." A worth 8100,000,000. Nobody, not even than a month after a caso has been corresponding feeling, though workingon himself, can tell how much h5 is per- argued. In similar courts in England a much smaller scale, is seen in an sonally worth. But the disposition is a decision is given in fivo minutes after and of a class often appearalways to exeggcrato tho fortuues of opa case is argued. This is as it should ing in our older Htates. " Brace up, erators. In addition to his gigantio be. Tho Judges, in holding off their deyoung man. You havo lived on your railway enterprises, this man owns tho cisions, without knowing it.orocnrichiug parents long cuouglu Buy this farm, telegraphic system of tho country, and a certain number of resident attorneys cut off tho wood, haul it to market, got through it has the press of tho whole at tho expeuso ot other attorneys who your money for it, and pay for the farm. nation by tho throat. Dcmoreafs do not happen to reside there; for, knowTho owner estimates tlutt there will bo Monthly. ing tho delay, the expeuso of waiting, COO cords of market wood." And so, all lawyers frequently etc, tho over tho country, ou the largo scalo and It is stated that 100,000 persons ore ore required to secure tho assistance of on the small, tho ax is laid at tho roots annually killed in England from causes resident attorneys to argue and look ot the trees, and our forests oro disapdirectly tssulting from industrial occu- after their coses. pearing. It is estimated that 8,000,000 pations. The worst ot this is that tho Supreme acres of forest lund ore cleared every A New Yoiikbu, who has grown rich Courts of tho different States .imitate tho year, and that in tho buu years provious by dealing in wheat, has a room is Ids Washington oxamplo, aud tho mania for to 870, 13,000,000 ticro. wero burned long opinions has becomo one of tho abnow houso decorated with tapestry panover simply to clear the laud. Harper i els uion whioh rye and barley in full surd vanities of the law. Oh I for Mauaztnc. Tho woodwork Judges who can say what they have to gi owth aro represented, Tueiib are throo ways ot getting out is carved to represent corn and wheat, say compactly, tersely, aid' who will ot a scrape write out, back out, and tho and the curtains oro of wheat color, with shun verbiage as ono of tho deadly sins. a border ot field daisies. Uo ought to It takes men of brains to do it. best way is to keep out. have a fow "lambs" gazing wittlully at Envi is a vico which keeps uo holi- those daisies. day, but is always in the wheel and To iuvb tho reputation of a bitter Tub girl who powders should bewaio tongue gets ycu cnomlea and invitations working its own disquiet. Jertmy Col. bf sparks. Ver. to dinner. ,QO?A.3raB1OIiI3, APPP.ARAXCRS nECRirrvu 1 liftvo long ngo got OTcr tlio idea thai could tell nil About ft mn by looking rLKASAXTlllliS. A rwo-roo- ttOVSKM BUILT OT CCTTOX. ao m KA.HT CJfl I rule Keop your feet dry, - ono-ha- lf o Car-whe- fop-cha- rming r. d l, Of all substances apparently tho least likely to bo used in tho construction ot a building, cotton would perhaps take tho first rank, and paper tho second ; and yet both thoso materials, says tho Indtutrial World, arc aetmlly being employed for tho purpoao indicated, and their nso will probably extend. Compressed paper pulp is successfully used in tho manufacture of doors, walls, panclings, and for other similar purposes, with tho result that all rhk of warping and cracking is obviated, whilo increased lightness is attained and tho fear ot dry rot is forever banPapier-machished. after having served a useful purpose, in an nnobttn-siv- o manner for years ns a material for small travs, paper knives and other such light nrticloi, has now suddenly assumed a still moro important position in tho industrial world. A still moro sudden and striking advanco has been mado in tho employment of cotton as a building material. A preparation called celluloid, in which cotton is a leading ingredient, has boon used lately as a substitute for ivory in tho manufacture of such articles as billiard balls and ; and now n Canadian manufacturer has invented a process by which compressed cotton may bo used not merely for doors and window-framobut for the wholo facado of large buildings. Tho enormous and increasing demand for paper for its normal uses as a printing and writing material prevents tho extended uso of papier-mach- o as a building material, for which it is so well suited in so many ways; but tho production of cotton is practically unlimited, and thero seems to bo a large field availablo for its use in its now capacity Arc-pro-of e, paper-cutters WP.HT JO NOIIT11I I ciimirR ninKCTom. sfeBBBBBaaaaTaBBBBBBBBBBaaw VIA IaOUISVILLE & 3 MISSISSIPPI I 3 4 W. BBBBBBBBBBiBalA&.aaaaaaawMl DAILY TRAINS TIIK RA8TAMI) KORTII, Louisville to Cincinnati! Free Tartar Cart arnl New Day Chtchet Without mange. CnfeMRWE. an J frtu Tiali preparation li purtMr vrKtUM ' pmi'jum, n1 from nil i1fl4Mrrloim or dan it It li ahniu.iljr riln tulnlnff ill ki tit orwonni from lh huninn rut cm It li it.vii.iinv in lh mm(dvlrVtTtfoTTTrri nrul rhthUrtt will takf I inotmwrn, It ntvlltr ft llty ril.m.ekprier which limil Iarrrtli run rtTomnirn.! II to Tiry(.(Hi iparkili'ff rr TPlf I k'11 Mfrljr. hTPr wPI iinrtnti lmtlr tiprrtn fetor, tbt cratliU'lfl or tn IIHI ours,to it M thf t nnlu aVIIrt that ft il anni taki tin In at twentj hrt twxMmnor. vials, and mtitl hy tie ctnti. Try a botil. Mannfarturoil by C. VttOOHKA' CO, f SA JHitlH ftftft-r- . f.Mf..r.fl For mU In .Stanton) by Piukt A .McAtimn. 4 DAILY TRAINS AND THE WEST. leOlliNVlIIO tO Nt. XaOlllN 8 let plug Can and Day nt METHODIST, every ("iithtay tnorelng end night esctpt Hie third, rrayer Meeting el it Thurxlay night. Monday Hehuol at :0i I no-meTha llev II i MmrlMiii,Hnwrlntenilent. Mlsslonaiy rViciely laeete hero on tha 1st Mil. T T Kundsy In evh month, at I o'clock. Davlras, rrreMcnl. J".M. Hsooit.l'eHer. MervKee BAITIHT.-II- T. ami Fourth fumlsys, mernlngand nlghl Trsrer Meeting every Wnlneedsy after noon, Sunday rlchonl at I0 a m. IU K. Harrow Ittuperlntendent I IIKt.tTIAN -- Worehlptiylha eorHrrvgatlnn I . t err 1ord'e day Iveaohlng by Dr. J W onK md and Koiirth lord's tve. Hurhlay HCiool 9 IS Joe Hetrrance, Huperlntendent at DUKcHiTHIlAN, fioMII -I- le'v. l" H Mi JJohn W ill rny. plor f unday Kchool al t-- Meellngon Item, Huperlnirtidrnt Unlen Trsfer Weilnexlay nlahte. MOUTH -l- tT. II. V. IrrixiT, j Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., North.Fsit Cemer rf Main and Third (Uresis, - - KENTUOK-- i DANVILIaC Hating recently refilled my romiis wllh all of the modern Improvements, I new have the out Change. Oat hee to 81. Louie With- wrn alr li 2 DAILY TRAINS Lonlstllle to Indlaiupoll, ni the nokth 2 Chicago, 01tt Kf Day Coachri and Reclining Chair Care Through Without Chatige. Harper's Young People! AS tl.t.VHTIlATKI Vagm-Sult- rit r'ltienl (lallrr; In For Wnahlnston, HMIImnrr, rtillndrl- pliln, new lorn mimi noaion, Thla la tho Very neat Route, na You Have Ho Change of Train. WKKKI.V-t- H When you visit Danville, don't tell local! and Iteepeclfully, me. lJI-l- Crntrnl Krnlnckjl es to noun rtnil ntrlm f I'hetegrapher Ky. tleologlcal Survey ritn'Aitit it fox. a Hare Tkroath Day Ceifhteea allTralaal IBuearaofaur. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, VOL. IV OlMMENPia NOVEMIIEB 7, IM1. 1 llayo No Midnight Changei I Arrive at 8L Louli t Ileara la Adfaare of Other Mete, Ibenby emirlng mora time I r making change of rare and getting nrat choirs oleeata In cars of connecting Usee, "at purpooe, lo which II steadily tbst. namely, of supplanting lha vicious papers for the young with a paper more a tractive. To Indlanapotla and Chicago, and the only ss wcllssraurw wholeanuie. ( (Ikwten Journal engraving and contents For neat bets, elegance le Una giving Ite patrons a lUe along generally, It Is uosurpsed by any publlraln of llttsliurgb tha ahoree ol Lake Michigan. the kind yet brought to our notice (Isaette, sdheres 11. It hasadltllnt The Young lYoplehss hern from the Rrsl beyond antlclallen. (New Yolk Evening DEPOT BT.oTANFOrtD, KY., r"2li ....WINE, baulks IN li Menumcnta, Hea,Ulone, Tablets, Ar Marble Work Ticket Agent addreee M. Or, to at Connecting; Linen, or K.N. I1BOWN Eouthftn r Merger A gt., Ky. K. Kis., J. 1). r. .tr TBBM8: Hstpeis Yount IViple, jrar, stsge foaeeeeaw) iaaaai 'J W o' all neatly klnde Cor. 4th and Main Uularllle, HILL, Ileal. Kralgrant Aft., Lebanon, Kentucky. two-thir- at a substitute for bricks or at least it. plaster and wood. Treated wfth cer- KENTUCKY tain chemicals and compressed, it can T ran bo made perfectly and as hard THE MOST DESIRABLE UOUTE TO as stone, absolutely air and damp-proo- f ; and a material is thus produced admirably adapted for the lining internal Ana urciueuiy me t opuier fuiuir, euuiuma, m it and external of buildings of which tho doee, leas change and auperlor accommodalloneto shell may r may not bo constructed f Miuonri, Iowa, Xamai, Texai, other material, while it easily lends itself The Korth, Northwest and West. In fact. If you conta ni plate a trip In any dtmtlon, your Interest to decorative purposes. via your Uwt .HIM i Single uuinbers, fnur cents each eper men copy sent on reie plorthrrerrnle The vnluisrsof llsrper's Young IVople for UJI and ISI2 hsndaomely Inund Iu II umlnslr,! f loth. will lie aenl by nail, poeleew prepaid, on receipt ot II each. Coier for 1 oung lVep fur I Ml, icnts; puatage Ik cents addllbmsl mon Itrinltunrea should t made br tt-olH- r ey order or drall, to avoid chance of loss Addrree prrld per 1 I jq Ird au sail,. rscllon guar antccl le aignsandrsl mates turi'iih. Hiui sppuca 4 ly tlon 1533, eaecti m, A Semi-Weekl- 0EASD COMBINATION. IIARI'KK IIHOTIlr.HS. New York y fire-pro- of Interior Journal And the Lonltillle CIUfCIBflfATI! A cohTKurorunr utters this mild protest : A doctor will sit down and write a prescription ; time, fivo minutes ; pa per and ink, J cent, and tho pationt pays 81, $2, 85, 810, as tho caso may bo A lawyer writes ten or twelvo lines of advice, nnd gets from 810 to 820 from his client. An editor writes a puff for a man, pays a man from 50 cents to 81 for putting it in type, prints it on soverol dollars' worth of paper, sends it to several thousand people, and then surprises tho puffed man if he makes any charge. half-colum-n tickets served by purchasing will Ik K.C. and Cincinnati. ITralnsesch way J; I"ull usn Ialsre us; (Urgent New Day t'eaenee, and 13 nECOMMEKDED DY rHTCICIAI 3, handsomely furnished ltecllnlng Chair Cars lurm the tincqualrd rqulnmente of this Old Kellshle, axJ3.vma thereby making a trip over thla lino ono ol luxu- Ci'.arrh of tho Nasal Cnv.ty-Chron- li ana rious comfort and pleasure. Try It. ulcerntlvel oniarrn oiinn tnr.uyr or TIME TABLE. IN EFrVCt OCT. U. UO. No. 1. g HALL'S flATABRH filE Throat. ItlataKon INTLRHAlXY.nnd Ul acta DIRCOTLV upon th 8r- - . Jtl oil r.tuco-jm. It Ourfneen of tho host Blood Purine, tt-- t I'D h Ii WOT.LD, nnit to worth ALL for It, for THAT (llano. Weekly Courier - Jouriml One yearlert.l.no-lwII li then the rlc r paring ns 1 o pspere . tone lor Utile suort jonrtrme paper with the the of ih Niulb end the hrai t.ilatilnlao I a'lesl lam !y Weekly in the I'nllrd Mates. Those who ihslre to eaamlnea aa pleopy ol thel.uuei J urnal ran do eo at Courlrr-J"urna' 4 you will recede foroneyesr f J thleom-- South. Lve. Covington.. 10 " Cynlhlsna, " It arr. Leilngion.i 12 Lve. Islington .... T i No. 4. I No.. j'tu pui IS put am lt'io ch-rc- od ' 00 4 FslmouthH 9 Arr. Wincheste- rMl. Sterling.. Ashland Huntington., NOBTII. a m 5 43 p 5p IS p n 7 SO p 1 Jl p D I 20 p 1 Ot p Ul SO M am tSOpsi SOOpm a u 4 10 p ail lllpn p ruliooapu a in i lupa 21 mll0 mil No. wlo7 mi msm cure for caimi rarlN TIIK St.HKLTaJ And we offer On rrrtn IMpn No.. 7 p tr Men IIU mill lOaui Hundred Dollnra tor nn unso OTiJniirrn it win nor liiir,--. -- ..."'. 'TMiaui , criu; A. T will OfHoo cfANY CAST. iit tlrtv ccicago , 111 . twIMH Cutcs CoukIhi. CoidH Cr up, tiron cbltU, Iiaryngitls, Hacking. Chronia and WhoopiuR Coughi, Soro Throat Soro Client, ConRcatcd LungH.Inllainod Lungf, rnoumonirt. tat iTNO.V, J II O I'eail Mlieel, s-- No. I. linsoy-woole- iVbr-rtilow- No matter how ehslttred the njilein ma; Mt. Sterling .. It S3 a m S SO a m 11 12 21 p m ( 10 a m Winchester be from excesses of any kind, the Greet Ger- 7 bO a in Arr. Letlngton mm Invigorator will secure health and hap- Lve. Lexlnglon IDQpn S a m SO0 pn T tr-.- .,. VVOHTII 810 AIIOTTLi:. Have lia.1 S SO pm .TnLh ltieh wriua " Parle. U piness. See advertisement. For sale br 4 Ix am Catarrh for iMycara. I 1 1 a Catarrh Cure cured " Cyathlana.. 4 10 p m 10 1 a m gtaptu " almouth me. Ooniderltwrorth5lOC)alttle. Pennv A McAlietT, Stanford. utnii liy all Drucrets Arr. Covington.. 5 43 p m 11 35 a m ttOpm I v.nufu-tiinfe- l ml r I ibr F J C31LM.X & CXX MAY8VILLG DIVISION t oU llwlotora. TOUOK), OHIO. No. 9 Lr, Lexington pm. Arr. Mayavlllel 10pm For aal. In Stanford by Teeny A McAlisler. NalO Marseille gOtl am. " Lexington 1 2Sara Mayst Ills S iVun No.ll ' Parts 6 20 am. No. 12 " Mayavlllel 00pm LexlotooaSjm Lv. Huntington.. " Aanianii. inim IS a m nipn INpa (Ilia IHpu nUtKtleam rH Cum. Ii lia that I lian used Hall . ,rr.t m.- Iwa.sverrbtd aivt don t hrslLi to asy '.hat It will cure nny caso of L'atarrti If taa, a properly. iwuiainiiy, Unirt. ai f. J. rAcweinC r.kia ureir'.a, ti rml-- I tain lalnN Ji n' 4. Ik jl (V I I 8pns-motli- o. llliu ititra I" KV Cloctnnati Know That Brown'sIron Bitters will cure the worst case of dyspepsix Will insurea hearty appetite and increased digestion. Cures general debility, and gives n No. rune dally, and haa daycoachia from Cincinnati toMaahlngton, Pullman bleepera to Kana. wba Falla, W.Va. and Itccllnlrg Chair Car to Lex. Ington. Slope only at ststlons on K. C It. K, where time le given. No. 2 runs dslly, except fiundsy: haa through coacbee to Hun Inxton. No. 4 rune dally, except Sunday; has through cosehee to Mt. rltrrllngand parlor car toMaysrule. No, 4 runidall); has elrgantday coach from Washing too, Pullman Sleeper frum Kanawha Falls and parlor cais from Lrxlog on to Cincinnati. Ooly three slops. Nos. I end 1 run dslly, except Bun-daand have through coaches from Huntington and Ml nterllng tiirect connection at Ialngton wllh etagre for IIIthmond.Ky., Lswrenceburg.Ky , and Versalllee, Ky. Q. W. BKNDEIt. C L. IlltOWN. Oen'l Pate A Tkt. AgL fcuperintrndent. General offices, Covlngtou, Kr, LANDRFTHS'PKESEEl SEEDS For thO MERCHANTonoucHawPmn SEEDS For tho MARKET CARDENER SEEDS CrOWn hy ntiranlvnnoi , For tho PRIVATE FAMILY our nr.n rnrmt lllnslraled Calialogue and Kurml hlLN'U SEEDS TO ALU IS YOUIl IILMI.Mt CAItKS I'd It Tll.Wli: LIST. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS,SEED OROWERS.PHILADELPHIA .nEUCllAM-r- HrUter FltlX a new lease of life. Dispels nervous depression and low spirits. Restores ancxhaustcd nursing mother to full strength and gives abundant sustenance for her child. Strengthens the musclesand nerves.cnrichcs the blood. Overcomes weakness, wakefulness, and lack ofencrgy Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific r EDWARD WILDER'S Never falla t) cure Ferer anil Ague, Intermittent Feter, Dumb Ague, Djrtp.ptU, Lhtr C.mplslnt, IndigsttJea, Colic and Flux. It will turo Costiisn.ia. It li a xafo Alleratiia anil Tonlo, a mild and Dslijktful limgortut for Delicate Women, at powerful rvcui-raa- t alter the frame nai been ilchllltatcd and reduced by slcltiio, an excellent appellicr, glroa tone to the dlgt.tlve organs, prevenu Malaria, braces up the syitcm, itrengtlieni the portal circulation and clean the whole animal economy from the aecdaof illacaao, Tho (lightest attack ol fever may be a prelude to the wont, and the remedy that would conquer It whllat It la yet In lut commencement, may be of no Taluo when It U at IU full development. Particularly la thli the case with pennna around whom the pestiferous influence of Mtlarl. dings In the form ol Dumb Chills, Drew Ague, Pslaful Spleen, and Week Stemseh. For tho Cure ol all tho above Disease! thla preparation stands unrtraled, and its good and permanent effects aro attested by thousands, and It li recommended alike by tho ablest medical men and the ministry. TRY IT, all you that aro afflicted, and be convinced ol lis wonderful power and beneficial effects. Railway. a? 1 1 1 :m: i .E3 IneBcct Nov.24. 1M2. o?i.isiijIei aouTiiaoDXD. o 1 iNo I Not7.No S, Nlgt Accom Mall lex ' Kip ' Daily aou CINCINNATI 80UTUEKN DIVISION. go-ti- UTATIONH. up -- 1 Keeps off all chills, fevers, and other malarial poison. Will infuse with new life the weakest invalid. ty Walker St., Daliitnore, Dec iSJj. For li yer I have been a f reat uficrer from Illood DUeuc. Dye. Lve. Cincinnati 11 ,,. hi ril v. Pit ffj 9 9 L i S' ex. i.x d-- (lcorsetown. Lexlogton.....,. NlcboTaavllle.. Ul ( 11 401 04 H Oil p M AM 4J5I t 41 triy UlllSOl IU 7 10 ' l)snllle,.V.... " l)anlll,Juuctlon. Komerset N013U lllnh BrldM Harrodsburg Juuct'n ACUI 12 231 U'l y 12 37 fcX.BIl 4l Point 82 .01 sickly-lookin- g jjcptla.andConitlpailoDfandbccame to debilitated that I could notrctaiu ftnythloz ou ray itonuch. In fact, life had almoil become a burden. Finally, when hope had alraoit left me, my husband teeing 1!own' th Dittiks adrertnedIt intrial, a Induced me Japcr, now taking to give the third bottle ' ' and have not (ell eo well la tlr ycart a 1 do at the prctent time. Arr, " Uockwood Bprlng Ctty ...... Uurnalde.... ... . oga.HHH, M. A.M 2U 7 10 7 42 2 20 12 7 34 12 7SJ 12 8 13 I 8 20 1 8 33) 3 li 00 2 47 03 a IS 43 ijcs. Lbsttan ti l Iff2oir, o 3U 7f 823 23 STOMACH BITTERS For Halo lit HtunforU -- - 1013 1023 ly Ponny A; MoAIImUh--, KOXTIIKOUKU. Io .ve. Cbatlinooga..-- .. lioji,.......- -. BpilDjCltr-.......... No 4 No2 Nolo No Acm P.M. P.M. P. M. A.M 3 00 7 80 513 THE- t 10 7 18 7 7 43 S3 OB "II530 7 10 3 00 1145 12 10 Uockwood 11 40 10 MtJ-U- CairriN. Brown's Iron Bitters 'will' have a better tonic cfTect upon any one who needs " bracing up," than any medicine made. Point llurDslde...- .- nnr. 2ij Bonier...... aM... . Danville Junction.... Nol3 3I 41 .... Lex. 3 37 Uantllla Harrodsburg Junct'o Exp. 3 411 llign lrtoje,....... 83 P.M. Nlcholaarllle. 530 153 833 253 INTERIOR mm JOURNAL -- 5 40 2 02 554 2 18 10 2 80 7 031 3 23 7 33 8 48 10 26 0 04 Lxlngtoou. ALABAMA (Jeurgctown...MMM 2 30 5 03 2 33 5 28 5 23 7 Arr. uoctunsu OKEAT 40 BUUTUatBN. Lve.ChatUuooga..-Allalla.....-..- .. Tuscaloosa Arr. Meridian.. ......m, '... ... .......... ... ... Lve. Meridian " birmlogbam.M..M.w. .www w o.. " Tuscalooss.... ' ,..-..-.. . ...- -. lllrmlDgbsin. ..... .. .... ...- ....... v .. m. . I A.M. 00 12 55 8 13 3 33 10 BaBeEJi i m K- tf''i-- J Ki JL 00 5 30 37 12 21 $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1,25 Arr. Chattanooga Lve. Arr. Lve. ' AttsllaM...... ......-.- i. ...... ... - - .. .... 0 5 30 non-rosid- V1CKBDURU AND MEU1DIAN. ...... Tho Best, Nowslest and Choapost Nowsppr in the South. " Brandon. Jackson lores! Meridian......... . Vlcksburg-,..-. i .110 I I I wTJlf '' 20 yn lt1 - IJM 2 58 The Semi-Wwk- ly Post! 11 Jsckon.......... .. v. 153 Vickiburg................ ..... blret ' Forest........ .w . KmrLodr should tell IU It st'tl th weee 4 43 ... Atr. Merldlsn newt daye In adtent of the la but mnn. ilenlueralfe. liu mil i. at the ume lime liidrprndeiit In polltlce. It VICmUUKU. HUKEVEPOBT AND PACIFIC. 110 conttlna the teet newe tuminary j the Wat reading Lve. Vlck,burg......... . ... matter: the teet edltorltle and the beet market re-. ..- Delta...- .IJJJ w tor only ll.u per year, porli-- all -- ........-.. Arr. Monroe 'J0, .- .- ......... Lve. Monroe COHES. SMD FOB l'ECIMEN " Delta . I'M IW ....... Every farmer, every merchant, every trader Arr. Vlckiburg.......,... uuat have II. buUcrila at one I V V . J n.n Xfan fin flnil wMtlf HVOT-you get 10 pepere and double the BeuiemUr P. WIUON O. K. and reeding matter gliea by an. ordinary weekly for R'y;aneln.atl,bhioi'K.tlnclnnstl, O.t II. COLU trerk. BKAV, II. 8ou, V.'j, 1.X5, and It comae to you ttrlce a county or P. I. Cln. V, A. A. O. . K'y. Chsttanooa.Tsno. It and the money t o our agent lu jour J. UABPY, Q P. A. V. AM. U'f. .V'ckaburg, redirect ue, H. A P. MUUViijj. rem MlsiVJOK y- - McaUIKE.O.l'. A. ! Brandon......-- ... .. . .... ....... j0' 112 30 W m. . .... - .ST33A.1VI:- - JOB PRINTING OFFICK of Printing in tho Best to do all kinds Is Proparod of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. LouUtlUe, Ky. K'y, Monro, La.