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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 9, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883010901_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 9, 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. ' tthktkk J5CI1U- Vohmtti P. ".'ALTON, WALTON. iffrttt24 v fc.-iroi.- rBER tu&'Vkffl. 510. IL .! iv gisneo ai mo calender loans us to remark that awcar-ofl- i aro ri,o. Tho awearolT ia a apeclea of fruit which matures, usually about .Tanua1-r- y 1st, and is one of the surest crops known; never effected by drought, hail, grasshoppcraorchlntzbuga. Tho fmtStllt' will thrlvo Id "any "climate, in etiue.oi heat or cold, mere, are, howovcr, several species oi tho plant, one of which can only bo grown through tho medium ot frequent irrigation, and M tho liquid used ia rather exiieuaive, this particular breed of Hut awear of! comes rather high. Americana aro notod for their prefer-encin every instance, for the beat of evrythiug, and that fact ia exemplified as regularly aa January lat cornea round, and tho crop of awear ofl is garnered, for n, majority of thom are of tli iif class. This fruit 'when ripe, needs' the mosUcareiul attention if you wish to preserve it. We havo seen so mo aa lino specimens aa were ever grown, nllt and decay within a fortnight, and we unJcrstand there nrotuoa.on ro cord where their decease occurred in uven less time. Thus far, woJbelieVo thero has been no method of treatment discovered which will absolutely preserve thoawearof! from tho ravages of time. Homo of them keep, but thpusands of them perish every year. Dispttc this fact, howover, the crop matures aa regularly as docs the prom-iwtirBoomerang. note. o y TJJ Mefiof ImtfiiaL T STANFORD, KY., TOfiSDAY. JANUARY Swear-Off- . 9, 1883. MOr'EftMO.'IAI.. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER HI. . ( The . . IV. Editor and Proprietor Tf'to - Builnns Manager ,) I'lihllnlieil Ttirmtiiu unit h'rlittiv'i fhlicomtnt ynt top7 lauih KoriTerthlnf I kit I mi; haj. ' ' 'i I I snt oltMttc nulnM If! nn, MroaoirloiftDTrmoteloinuli T6 bo i hi'ora AtrtttU (nxi, Anil com hnmt from raj club. I thloktlhkll Iff to da Rttolutiont for 1883 ' I Jn'mtw!ih to 1 mli, Hut I ilo retolfe lo Iff, Couldn't Bo Uk Other People. T. Jt "race, aho observed, as alio looked f up from her paper, "that another woman who waa perfectly aano all tho umo nag just been released from a AT'r.ItN33VH Offir In w.vaano. T. W. wittici x variiok. & W B VAKNON, JVV HTAnronn, KY. Owtttr A Ron'a nw balldlng-- op XjAV, MROBERTSSTAGG Opera Houso Stanford, Ky., atatra. ntj 1 irptewwifcMt'lM! stsnspv In rnymmlfrf eveept te make chang. and then of de. hmhIhIIm set r i hrrn V With AnJ Ukt til clr hitnbj nurabtr oipnile)too,v tha ottln' ..! idflf. lTtf can. (H Own A n J I liar lnJ a notion loon That It wouM p7, at an pile, Tn Mnittlint own that I am wrong, lloht With Hit Petard. Anl atvaja take my trlfa'a MrClIenry To'nejrck White, tlio au tli or at fiio cTw Piiilbln Mnliafly roin tlio Chicago Tribune, and formerly a.iporlinj; reporter on that paper, liavliig Wn married a day or two ago at Sfilwnukco to Fannio Driaooltr, nhoai pticficn, cluisidiia hate swarmed lit life uewpars lor a few years past, tho CbicitgoVeraM mances f U19 woddiogJJoMf own atyle, as follows : , A mm mij lit ajmlilrata, A tutn raifJilvaitiTf inJ utnil) lwji l'JI Juit roll hart her turn, Thtn on the rnt I ran ilrnend. ll Whitea f t 'My note Itches." nor run after der vhomans, nor drive Theso words, lightly spoken, camo n fast horse; and ash for hia vhife, alio lovu laden from tho rojo red lipi, never buya nothings, and keeps no purled clijjhtly to ahow tho teeth help.' "Then you lay it to tho atag-naglcntniiiltfce ivory iiTtliCL benutcom condition ot trado?" "Vhell, month of Gwendolyn JUlinffy, as alio trado waa purty dull, but you see ho fthoapaelouj atood in tlTo centre vhas not der right sort of roan. Yhcn drawing-rooof tljo old baronial a man shlops to buy a west tor two houso of her father, tho Eighth Duko dollars he doan make him pelief dot of Milwaukee. It waa Gwendolyn's he vhaota an oafercoat for fifteen, und marriago day. Slio had just hceu vhen a man stops to buy an oafercoat married to tho borsa reporter, and tho for filtecn ho doan' convince him dot mansion" vtai nblazo with tho youth he needs a second hand suit for twen and btauty of tho town. In tho centy, lie may do in tho grocery tre of the room atood tho happy coubut he can't run aomo clothing Jhersou Davis, in writing to a atoro mitout argument." ple, surrounded by their youug Wall St. friciill contradicting aomo of tho friendjijvhp ahowcred their Newa. that are. told upon tho them. Gwendolyn Dm visa 'Possums Like Hogs. of tho confederacy, takes looked Inroudly happy by tho aide of The Chorlotto (S. C.) Observer i$ auhcnliusbaiitl rOTjtho siin,'ofUho bright occasion to any: "Tho truth is, I'ifcev-- , thority for tho statement that E. Daromtjer day shono "through tho er ilrmk nor gambled, and any one that city, left Thanksgiving hueo auti'iuo window and broke upon who o?r served with mo would prob- - day for tho mountains to collect a hcrcoldoH hair iu a thouand ripples, ably anf that in my youth I waa over drove of 'possums, and that on SaturHer drcu waa a marvel of dead whito willing Uo fight Tho atory of the day last ho was heard from on his .I..X-.- l - f.. n. .1 L v.. t. niiuucu. T-.UllOiU.njf)llK una ruso-poi- f..i uutucsa iciuiicmiai .?.!. xayiura- uugn way back, with 123 'possums, which lace. The court train was finished tcr is as bufounded as the rest. I was he drove along tho road as if they with a full Ilulan.4raeho tacked on ouo of th: two officers selected from were so many hogs. Ho camped out with tondauts of cut crystal. Tho tho First Infantry for promotion in at night, securing his drovo by means fliA nntv fcimniAnt ftt Arntmnnm nrmtn. front was cut in battlements that ' ttvi" ica '" ofPo1 plaitinga of satin encrusted ,zediuMrch,1833, which separated pole. Ho kept three dogs barking all with'crystal and tinsel. The tableiere me fritn OS. Taylor'a regiment. In night, and these kept the 'possums so waa draped with a forty Inch flounce 183.r I went'to Kentucky, whero Misa frighteued that thoy held a firm grip Taylor was with her father's sister, caught upon tho left aide with nn to tho poles with their tails and norcr barb of brilliants. Tho bodico near Lounville, and thero married thought of losing their grip until suu-uher in the jresence of Gen. Taylor's waa concealed by a louavo jacket This mav bo recorded as tho " .. .. .. , . one inasj of glitteriug crystal. This brnther., sUcr. Ids nn in.lntv. nnd . .F wafn7s(?uoilver tho low coreago with daughter (lector and Mrs. Wood), cuampion possum story oi me season. peea-ncscongratu-latiunaWiV-upo- Tho ageol of a Now York clothing ing houso, who waa sent to Atlanta to ecttlo up tho failure of a retail house, raado afow inquiries of the man next door. "I polief it vhas a square fail- ure," explained the man. "What make you think aol" "Vhell, ho didn't drink, nor araoke, nor gamble, lunatio asylum after a detention of ALEX. ANDEnSON, TS, three yeara." "Yes," briefly replied AST IjA.1V, DANVILLE, KY., tho husband. "She was incarcerated Will practice In th Cnnrta of tlojl and adjoining Block, by her husband.?" "Yes." "Who countlea anil In the Court of Apptala. MABTBHUON PEYTON, -- TI2.VTjKIIH wantedtjicrbut of tho way that ho in- LAW, ATTOUNJ3Y A 'J'covntt, might marry another woman? "Yes." axd EziMtnER roinatr U'iiich, Drug, Mtthltal Wnl I'Hiior. LIllfcfUTY KY Will ClicmlcnlH, lilqiiorn, IIonkH, and ad"In caso you desired to disposo of mo joining practice In all the Co'nrti of Cawy Appeala. IiiHlriinicnlH, countlea, and. In tho Court of JL'IIIIIIH, MallonciiR, C'iKHrs l'ockot you would probably havo mo ahut un Hpcclal attention siren to collectlona. Office- orer UllH, NoiitH. ToIihccoh, Cutiicry, IU T. rierraa atore. in a laaatio asylum?" "No, tnadanrf l'criumcry, .MhcIiIiic I ire AriiiH, DR. J. O. OARFBNTBB, ACCtUCH. I should ipoisoa you, vTlwt'a the 8TANF0IID, KENTUCKY Our Jewel 17, Mlrcrunro nntl rptlcnl tiooila Department la iu Clinrgo of Col. cheaper and better way. Aa a man Office orer Robt. 8. Ljtle'i arore. Oflce hour Thos. Itlcliards, ttIio will Itcpalr W ntclics anil Clocks Trompllr and In tlio best style. ot boelncss, and an advocato of finan from a la S and 7 to r. u. cial economy, I have thought this 3. J. WIL80N, matter over timo and again, and I DDNTWT. ahould certainly prefer to apend fifteen BTANFORD, KV. cents for araenio to paying out 810 or Offic and Ileildenca, Upper Main SU $15 per week for goodneaa knows how " iBB P. nUPPMANi long." Sho looked at him a long HUllOEON STANFORD, KY. timo with a whole iceburg in each oye Offlce 800th aids Main Etreet, two doora abor the Mjer Hotel. and then turned to her paper with the Pure Nitron Olid Uaa admlnlatered when re- Hnying bought out S. II. Itnugliiunn, we will keep remark: "Just likoyour stingy ways; qnlreil 011 liiunl si nice lot or Horses mid lluggies, wliich we mo to bavo tninga you never want Thousand a of grafr are annualljr robbed Of their liko other folks." nt reasonable rates. Will aho board Horses will 1I1 lima. Urea prolonged, DCNTI8T, - iefe SITrAIBIInlXSI! 1 We are also in JLlSTX) let IIA.I3SrElSS SHOP. ROBBED The wool manufacturing establishments of tho United States now num ber 2,0G4, with a capital of 8159.041,- 4 870. They givo employment to men and 85,GC4 women and children. Tho average paid each toiler is 8293.05 a year, or 824 42 a month. These mills consume .290.192,229 pounds of wool, of which 222,991,531 are of home production, and 73,200,-G9- 8 pounds como from abroad. The average cost of the wool is 32 cents a 75,-33- hftpplnasand health uie of the great by the day or week. GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Which poiltlreljr and permanent! cure linjin-tetiei- f. (cauaed b exceeaeeolanj kind,) Arnif-un- f it rahnrx, and allllica-- e that followa acquenceof ri.lf.Abuae, aa loaa of energr, baaol nrtnocj, uolrerial laaaltnde, pain In the back, dltuneu ofrlilon prtmatureold age, and inanj other dlseasea that lead to coniumpilon and a prela for clrculara with mature grave. free br mall. The I. VKlOltA TO It ia aold at 11 per box, oralxboxea for l all br drugglata, or will La eent free bj mail, accurelj aealed, on receipt cf price, be addrrtalni; V. J. llt..NEY. 113 Adamaatrret, Toledo, Ohio. 1D1- -I Sole agent tit the United Blatea. jr And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Respectfully, A. T. KUKOTi.i.I.B.Y, BTAfntgoi. TIIKS OO.AJL. TRADE, B. K. WEAF.EN, UNDERTAKER, 1SD RICHMOND pound. The manufactories make a profit ot 3GJ per cent, on the capital invested, clear of all expenses. PLANING MILLS! Dealer in Eurniture3 MAIN ST., STANFORD, Haijutt recelred a fall line of Parlor Suites, ChainberSultca, chejp Iljji, Cureaua, WuhSLinda, best CottonMatlrc.se, l.m p SUlndi.Cormr Bracket, Cent e Tables, Intension Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chain, Dining Chain, Ac. I also keep constantly on hand A lull line ot Uobes, hhnuds, Coffins and Casket. I also keep on hand tho celebrated 1! ijd Burglar Proof Grave Vault, guaranteed to bo perfect protection from vertnlne, gronud borel, gophers, dampness and burglar. - !.tlL.l .1 im-me- v a cluster of diamonds, beneath which with, many Other members' of the I served iunder Gen; waafa large loose boutiuetipf-'llaronII Taylor family UndrvsaciMcitl Zaehary TaylrMn the? aiego of Monte do Uolhscliild'roiesr gloves encased bauds nnd arms, ami rey nnd whs on of his commissioners WE Witt SKKtl THE fastened to the shoulder with a tcmi to nrrange for ta capitulat iou. Cincinnati Weekly Commercial cirolo of gems. Sho woro 'a demi-vei- l IIi Siiould'IIavk It. Tho folBftj-iAn column family newspaper, which covered her f.tce; and car- lowing letter ha been rccoived by tho and the rinl on her arm a reticulo in tho lorin Postmaster-Geral: Scml-Wockl- y Interior Journal automatic efTorta to inspire would Voesar girl, eating her first goose of n shield wrought iu orchids while "Sir: Askinj of you how I ahould the FOR OSK YEiB her hands wero engaged with a fancy manage to obtan tho ownership of then be IneflcctualTamTdealh would themes: "N'yum N"yum 1 yum m result." filigree smelling prattle and a fan, a Hut wouldn't I like to see the goose THREE DOLLARS A FIFTY CENTS tho proprletorsljp of the P. O. De- And allow the aubacrlber to select, frefl ot charge, 1" marvel of laco and Ceylon pearls. pertmont from the following choice Hit ot booka ; It has Ceeu and is It never raius but it pours. A New- that laid these berries by one tho gueata paid their resOno shattered the jjrsletn may No mitter-hostill hold lnr or ittoBded with two wo port visitor, after a long struggle Tenntiton'a 1'oemn. pects nnd departcd.Mast among them Tha Arabian Xliihtn. Faalta oP.heir tardinois of de- managed to get a foot hold in aociety, be from excesses of any kind, the Great Hermen The Narrative of the Jeanrtte Are-ti- n being Heryl McMurtry and Ariatidea livering 'rial!, T hvo boon told, though and all of a sudden fouud that she had man InWgorator will "ecu re health and KxjiFilltluit.lj Ueut. Daneuhower. See advertisement. For rale by Mulcahey, tho bridesmaid and beat I can giro no proof of that tnysolf, been invited to nine dinner parties, br Gcorgo Kllot. 7io .11111 an the Penny & MeAlhter, Stanford. ll'ooit'ii.Vcifiit-r- i lllntofu for Jloun, inau.KAUength thu brido aud groom moro thiti that the) havo held it soma all on the same ovoning, Utterly with 300 lllcttratlona. were leftfnlonc, und, when ho hnd to decide which One to" accept she Kant l.vmie, br Mra. Jlrnrr Wood. time, aid I would Jiko to have th4l I'piiiioi-'librnaist with his arm,-hAlmanac for lHHll, proprietary arrnugemeut. Sir, I havo sat down and had a good cry over it, Lincoln County Farm For Sale! 1 ho SicIkh famtlu lloblimon. In tones choked and uskod imust-dand that made her eyes and nosa fo A Trcutlne tin fhei Home ami IU lived liioorablc, and tholifo.ofa lur wilMrnouon: ' school Ucho'r! Would likotolhav red thatsho was ashamed to go to any, onIoBerforaala Ofirlratelr Eailot farm of 373 arm l)tncancH, bjr Pr, R. J. Kendall. mllea IHx Hirer, tjtanfurd, within The Woman In iritlte,j Wllkle Collin. ahalfmllo of tho new turnpike n w being "Would ymt do any thiug I should ''School-girl- " mo to tho office. CouU you You say tho youth (ellent (rout Stanford to rrracherarllle Au ex. Mllttoru oftheHlnuitom of Ireland. from the dwelling to th pike. UVirrWU, br Sir Walter Scott. nsk of you, love?" you, coild you do so? Please replj you dote on is almost sixteen years liuiMinge ara trick and frame, with 10 tiMirn. A Urate l.mlu, J MluMulock. Well watered with fin aprlnga, aom ol thein medSho did not answer atifirst buUsud The Itlble llletlonaru. to obedient andiwaitiug A..B." Including old, and you want lo givor him a ical water IniproTtinenW douly nentled hcrfclf against liiHtreat tha fencing. Term liberal. Addreaa or call on f.aitv Auillru' becret, bjr Mia llraddon. Christmas present which will please Call on or addrrii V. I. WALTON, MKN.NARAII COOK. A meencious bnv waionco Aillicted manly breast, ami murmured softly : Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, Kr V. 71Mui Slanford. Lincoln county Ky. a11 tbe rest ho can in that Locality of his,1,im n,ore lhan Why, dating, you know I would with 1 Uoil Auatqmy which b.aeMom mentioned lwibly receive from others. Very iiM.t.. . ; ?r t m "r.-.T.i Wm a ahaviug caip.-PW- N CONDENSED TIME. Ancr ft moment ot agonized hesita- irllVlite incfety. To him a Playmatr4),wfi ; ',, . Words fit Coudoleuce."c'l,u".::-addressed tion ho Ivauedovcr her. hia faco the tel- - LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE l)lt. GANN'S ItEMEDIES I liPfirm reshlvaoml hia Iiim "Ohi" replied the PrcocW boy, Prof, kU tbejiayentor and not bo Powerful bad off, After epnono, Gnu's tbatpenefra'tin almost touching bor beautiful hair aa "I'm FOR TnE MILLION. ho hissed into her car tho baleful all. This Boil has Taught mo, in its liffusive as the instrument is, it docs 11AIL1IOAD LINE. MANUFACTURED RY f. K. OANN, M. D ' words: Quiet, uuobtrusivo way, what Mantel jot answer all tho craving of his na- , MONTICELLO. KY. "Promiseta write no moroJiKM-tryr- ' for as youymjrtjelf tire, and lie is going to be married. picceswcro Slado TIIAINS GOIN'Q NORTH. WithoiTraillfig'her'h'cad, tho USau olephoje anjl a wifaBiaa' The world la Ailed with tht wonderful, Uauti-fshall Learn if you willjStny nnd See Vl'l. Hz Hun. Nor. 24, IS2. and Intricate Inventions ot man, yet all the tiful girl slipped limp and sensolcsa nn Kat inv Sunncr." This fable eight to be able to bear all that's combined talent and genius that the world hat ev a 4J a in Me. IUchuiond............. r known haa never produced auythlng that can loll oij tho floor, Tcaohea that All createtl things hayoJ iinr- - nn. frurmrliiaruiaud a SO ' ' Uuca,ter................ compare with 'Dr. (lino's Remedies." Medical B 00 Wllllauiiturg..,.......... skill and science have, as yet, tailed to discover witlflu dull, sickenlug thud. ver 7W " thdlr Spheres to Fill in thi Indon ny tblngeoual to them, tor tbe cure of 1'ho remark of tho pinus yKueas, the ' Llilngiton......... 00 ...... 8 07 " virtueforaud use lhay praised by thousands Ath their which an remiamendedi through"I havo knocked her out iu four Tribune. S " Crab l)rchard.M..... are clisio exclamation,, 'jHorresco refer-e. ......M..-- . ' Stanrord 9 SO " out the length and breadth ot th lnd, and as . and bogim, rolling ioJ ruunilfliojajilt ... 0 13 "1 shutidrrto' relate is sup- " Bhelbr Cttr.. standard lialllr Modlclnea, they cannot lx The methodi'of transporting cattle Dinrfll JuDCtlou.. 10 13 ant are fully aubstsntlsted by tbe strongciguretto. it poi to bo the prototype of tho mod- tMtluioulala. Mltch.lUbur...... ..-- . 10 M imacross tho Atlantic havo been bo lcUnon.......,....M It t3 p ru est tion aud all Dlsi'iseu ol Uroochltla, and Lungs, ConsumpFor Coughs, Colds, Croup, "Yas, sab, I'so obnosdecatCa ,do proved th!at' the voyago la accompliah-o- orn expressions 'I should' blush to .............. IJ " Kw llaen the Throat 'Arr, Lebanon Junction. ........m.. 1 ungrecablo winter dat do oldest mo3 ..... Cincinnati by the cattlonowin safety. A mu fe1, ,4,hiu,dI,iapU19 fiiui I " Loul.Tlll. Junction..... M. .... S 00 " Umo Dr. Oauii'n Cough ty'riiu. a IS . " inhabitant can dismomber," remark : Lowell Citizen. MXWaawmrawM system of veutilation has been adopt late! iVc. For Liver Complaint, Dyiptpili, Indlgeallon. Jauned n Virginia gentleman of recon Tiuma qoiNQ south. dice, Constipation, Hour btomachacd all lillluui lo all aorta of weather, Tk daily earnings ju tho ,cqtton structing pnvitegcsln trout W tbo'Nu, ed,, whereby px. bun. lilwaaci, WoYtS. lSSi. even with tho hatches battened down, factoips of this country are nearly Vhu Dr. UanirH I.tvcr Cure. tioualUotel'tbe other day. Lre, w (u, which the cattle are can doubfiwhat thoy wero in 1840 The Li. bUufi)rd..M... 00 "Why1 BoV'Vuerrieh' ait interested tho, holds i .mM. 2 M p"in For Uheuuatlsu, Neuralgia, Sprains, llrulsc ud is- - . " Crab Orchard....-- .. m- .be kept free from the noxious vapors, total luraberofapinning-flpindle- r Uwtlllug-- u xternl application for min or 4 10 Arr. Urlnntu. a bystapderj beatt M" which other,wLte produce auifocatfoii. 10,05.135; of looms, 225,759. The " London ................ ' Wllllamiburg.. ' .......... TI 70 " 1lWcli, aah, boss, do fact am,itt Umo Dr. Ohhu'h IsIhIriciiI. when SO .. Lancutrr.. actual consumption of cotton last Lr, ltlchtuond S SO " ... Arr To wash colored tablo linen uso do chicken ho roost iu de cedar treo HtuiorrboUls, lluriu, Hilula and alt "' A 1,700,000 bales. - For I'lles. dls.aaw, aim liar water, with a little powdered bo. year on to180.uff,ifHl'IR,W?' qlPe Therlaro 90,000,000 gallons of PULLMAN PALACE OAKS Vmu Dr. Oann'H IMIo Olut incut. to do front winder, yer can hot ycr rax; wash quickly, using but liltle whisky a bond lu this country which, To Memphis, Uttlo UocV. Mobil, Monlgoutrr, be a hard soap, and riuse iu topld water bottom. dollar dera gwiuo to For Friab Cuts, Burns, Ulcers.aud Old Bores, andNwOrleu,y boiled starch; dry in the it is caUlated, will' make 4,500,000,-00- 0 Emigrant loTexa hv thelrchelcoof two route: winter. Dat am a fact, ahoah." Vho Dr. Ohhii'm Itltter-Swevia Meuiphtaor via New OrUati. Tuj uuch shade, and when almost dry, Iron. driijs. Tliisis 90 drinks to evequicker and rate lower than bv any other Pulton Argus. OluttueHt. runt, lltssltoth ahould be washed ry inauwoiuau and child in the U. wifo havo Black stockings UsoDr.tiHHH'HiSteuiHcli lllttcra Tom Thumb and his QUICKEST, 0HBAPE8T AND BEST A HellabUToute. Appctlaer and Ulood l'urlfler, grow it an much that they aro no long- in a cool latbor of plain white Boap, a States. to all points Iq Missouri. Kanaaa, Illinois, and alw cure Uyuepsla, Indigestion, Liver The muitrial 6'ouft says that For ltoul Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Arkansa. Couiplslot, Malarial levers and all periodical er curiosities. They have opened a little ammonia, and raiu water. Do Only on ekang to Chicago, tit aud tatt, l)Use. Manufacturwl tud lur al by MoVoe, Va., is the largest single Kur fuither inforuiatlon about tickets to lb museum iu Chicago and advertise aa not wring but press the moisture out, tress bouth, Kansas, Colorado, an I iiilKraiit ratsa to W. CrA2nr, 3VT. D., from tbe fortiGcatkt in. tho world. It has ai aud roll in a cloth and keep attractions, a pair of midgets j. . athuhi;, Mvius, aJdreu (lea. Paa. and Ticket Aft., loulsvllU, Ky Sol proprietor, Monilcelld, Ky asTAU order read coover $3,000,000. ot their own size. air while drying. Or V, J. Anthony, Agt. blaoforJ. Ky. by will will receive, piouipt attcutlou e n A London dentist uses a small in candescent carbon lamp to illuminate the cavity of tho mouth during dental operations. It is fitted into a vulcan ic cup and covered for safety with a glass shade. The lamp is stated by the inventor, who freely offers its ad vantages to his fellow dentists, "to givo a bright light just where it is needed, without producing undue heat." Certain kinds of wood, of great durability when nsed alone, have, when joined together, a very destructive influence upon, each other. If cypress is joined to walnut, or if cedar is joined to cypress, decay is induced in both woods, which ceases, howover, aa In answer to the curious question of soon as they are separated. k correspondent, n scientific journal says: "It is impossible for a man to The girl who can play on the piauo himself by holding hia breath, for may be "accomplished," but the one kill tho automatic efforts to inspire prove who can put a patch on her husband's too atrong for tho will to resist; but pantaloons, or rock a cradlo with one the head might bo held under water hand and churn with tho other, is bettill unconsciousness supervened, and ter fitted for tho stern realities of life. n. 1 1 1 hare rccentl J opened In Richmond a large and complete t'lanlng Mill, and am prepared to furnish ercrjr kind of Aayfcialv' J ' f " fOSKawaE BUILDERS' MATERIAL! rioorliiR, 8, IHCLVDIXO Wcatlicrlioiirdlng, Doorx, h'anli, DIIikIh, I.atltH, NIiIhrIch. SloiihllngH, Stalr-wnj- Ac Aa I tell at price auch aa the above af tlclea can be I sell at figures that cannot be beaten, Call and bought In Louiirllle, Cincinnati, or other whole ace me. Orders I J telegraph promptly attended to 11 10 toui ad- sale nouaea, 1 am aura 1 can mat vantage to patronize hoin Institution;, I am alio a practical ARCHITECT, And am prepared to furnish dealgniand estimate for building! nnd all kind of acroll work. Tliatjam doing no tuiall business, cin be judged from the fact that mr bank account runa from J 1,500 to 7 2. COO per week. Contracting and building done promptly and at living prices. Addreaa C. H. NTAFrORD. I desire to calx your special attention to the W N SEE HERE! eight-pagli whicli for utility, durability, In ornamentation and is unequalled. perfection in operation, taste THE TLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The Firo Back is made in three sections. As tho center burns out much faster than the ends, this piece can be roplaccd without tho expense of the entire back. Ventilated Chamber behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. The Broiling facilities aro superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built on it, if desired. Many other conveniences zxe attached to this Stove, which I ask you to examine before buying. I also refer yon to Mrs. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, Mrs, W.F. McKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKinnoy, 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, hap-plne- nu-ab- le J7, . i, pai-oniz- e ilirt-roa- d drat-rlai- ge AiSicted, Attention W, 3X. i jl HIGGINS. THE In BOOKWALTER SAlrfl AND DURABLE I t'"'y" ul SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. fct, there Is no Knglue (hat ciua's It for Prim, Simplicity. Durability anl Reliable Work; jUilTlIi; INulNLlo Drive It I iifo.-Den- ............ ...-.- dls-ea- ni .... PRINTING PRESSES SBBBBBBBBBBBBBaEnl CORN I SHELLERS, d Wood Suiv.s, Cotton Gins, Corn Mills, CrjHiiiicrles rem.! JKlcvntor.s, in -- HaNKsftftU Feed MUIn, Haiy X"rcs.scH, laUtllCN, ' Iullll.. i(ij ........... lltin & Ac. d .. I Call at Tlio Interior Journal OHIce nntl scoone of tlio dcfclrHble Kiigiuvhi in opertitlou. KeiMcmbcr every Kugltiu haw our Kimruut vv. Ueatl Its made; cou-taiu- lng tlalsurd Watar to all nurchawra that w guarantee our Vookwalter Knglnes to U well and mUtintlilly power tub saf, simple, dursbl and iwuplel In construelloo, to work well and give the full follow- acll ct ln properly atlaibed aud manage t We make the above guarantee, and on the .V , Cerlaluly no uan twild a k fort mora, liberal otter and contra t Sllrie one-thir- K. as-- tt Delivered on cara at borleaSvld. Ohio. Vet further toferuiatlou and duwrlptlv puiuu!t, aJdf w th uianuUciurtrs, 93 tf CO., 8irlHKHeltJ, JAWII.S rower Englu and Holler Power Engine and liolfer -- Horse I'ower tngioe aud Holler I'ower Uglu aud Holler LOOK AT OUR PRICES: fc. .1110 .. J0 -- , 00 00 SMlOO - iU iU 00 IJil'l'liL, A Okie. earing by close proximity to hart my lib pierced a second time. Then by Insensible degrees, he lowers his bony javelin, atl the while staring Imperturbably at the bottom of the stage is if deeply Interested In the OP Tnesday Morning, January 0, 1883 bered 324 nature of the straw which covers It and utPolk, the defaulting State Treasurer of terly oblivious of fellow passengers. I 41 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR Tennessee, was (arretted at San Antonta, glance out of the corner of my ere at this and a seat acre (be human hedge-hog- , Texas, yesterday. &0., AT The bill extending the bonded period atage becoming vacant by the exit of Iti eci TiiB Pendleton Civil Scrvico on whisky two years pawed the Senate by cupant, I datt into it, partly to gel away ns it came from tho Senate, a rote of 2.1 to 0, from that awful elbow and partly to watch . wm taken up In the IIouso and patted The remains of John Howard Payne, th next victim from an eligible position ot long do I wait. Enter the uisuspect-In- g with surprising promptness, aud by anther of "Home Sweet Home," hare been wretch from the street. Down he goes, the decisivo voto of 155 for and 47 chipped from Tunis to thiscountry. The Tenncivee Legislature has adopt with the same abandon of confidence that against. It only awaits the Presied a resolution suspending the payment I had displayed; up goes the inflexible el dent's approval to been mo a law, and of the January interest of the nubile debt. bow, receiving the in the region thcro is no rcaion to believo that ap The Democratic and Greenback mem of the fifth rib and causing a very sudden proval will 1)3 long delayed. Mr. bera of the Michigan Legislature hare shifting of position followed by an angry Thompson tried to have an amend agreed to act together on all questions of stare that la not returned hy our porcupine in the corner, still Intent on the mystery of ment tacked to it to prohibit by fine parly policy. The grow earnings of the L. &, N. It, the straw. And this ia repeated several and imprisonment any assessment of K. for December were 1,210,115 an increase times, upon fresh innocents, until 10th at. -ofhceholdcrs for political purposes, but WlXIi NELL MY- orer ffesame month in 1881, of $69,115 relieve us of his presence. He pulls the was unable to do so. The bill as pass- with 40 miles less of road. ttrsp, quietly gets out and I watch him ed is a very sorry concern. In fact Kdward V. Valtntlne, the llichmond, step into a handsome store aa II be were it is not only a delusion but a fraud (Va J sculpter ia engaged in modeling the the proprietor of the establishment, which of tho most patent sort. God knows statue of John C Breckinridge, which ia to lit probably Is. Who is he that haa made several people uncomfortable and maintain1)00(8, (ho Boots, Shoes Him thcro are enough offices and office- be erected at Lexington. Catletttburg, although a town of con- ed his Impregnable position in the corner K. SLEY. Shoes n holders now but this gives us seven siderable pretentions has neter had a Cem- of the stags? I am sure I don't know, exmore as follows : Threo Commission- etery, but the Democrat ia delighted to cept this, that he ia one of those unconers at a salary of $3,500 annually and that steps are being taken to lay out querably selfish creatures nne often meets learned since coming 16 X. Y , and all There Is In this county, and it Is by with, who never, by any possibility, will seemed impressed We had perfect order no means peculiar to this county, but traveling expenses; a Chief Examin one. The Kentucky Court of Appeals has sacrifice his own comfort to the gratifica- after that. They stamped and clapped common to almost every county in the es at 83,000; a Secretary at 81.C00; a aTir--I decided that Justices of the Peace setting tion of any one, male or female. Ha al- freely when I made a good point, just as if Slate, a certain class of persons who seem Stenographer at 81, COO and a Mea in Felony cases can collect $2 per day and io?) ladies, who gel in after the atage ia it had been a play, but I didn't mind their to think it their Imperative duty to con- ThoLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES,OLO0KS; JEWELRY eenger at SG00. Reform at such a not $2 per cate, as many magistrates hare full, to awing onto the side railings, pro- good humored ebullitions, at all. The demn every improvement, every step toAM) NII.VEINVAItK cost is a rather an cxpensivo luxury. contended. vided for lata arrivals in a crowded stage, LORD gave full liberty and on calling for wards advancement, In fact, eveiy thing, No wonder Beck and Williams opposed perforates the side of everyone bold enough confessions one after another rose before and every body that would add to and Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watct.es Clock aud The year 1SS2 was one of the blood Jewelry Bepalrod on abort notice, and Warranted. such a bill. lest since the war there being in the Uni- to risk his elbow and looks ever into the that great growd and made the "great pass build up their county town. These per ted State, no less than 720 perrons killed straw aa if absorbed in buslnesa thoughts from death unto life," until 61 had con sons, aa a class, owe ever thing that they The repudiating Stato of Tenncsseo by their fellow-meNew York is credit- too weighty to allow human courtesies to foaed thedear Savior. It waa a glorious now possess, either directly or indirectly is reaping the results of her eflorts to intrude. I am sorrv for his clerks and his victory for Jesus. Thanks to the dear to their county town and her business men. ed with 131 of these. rob her just creditors. Marshall T. Morrison, Caldwell A Page'a rolling wife and hla children and servant"; poor friends who made it possible to rent this It is there that they find the most convePolk, her Treasurer, imbued with mills, O'Brien & Powers' knitting mills and things I Theatre, by their Christmas gift. Thia little nient and best market for their produce; Case 2nd. This time in a street car. the idea that if a State could steal tho Patrick (lugerty Pilot mills, at Cohoes, Enter bouncing young girl, with bloom- Sunday night meeting demonstrated the To make a long story short, If tbey desire a with impunity he could too, ap- N.Y, were totally destroyed by fire Fri- ing color, and full of strong, girl life, with feasibility of the plan that the LORD has to draw from the merchant into their own day. The loss will exceed $025,000, impressed upon me ever since coming to pockets they go to their countr town, but propriated 8400,000 of her funds- to a dog under her arm, who plumps down in New York. I feel satisfied that the Thea- if they desire to buy a bill of goods, a Iiham Scott was the only man to go look at Withes to Inform hit Patrons of Slat lord and elctiiltj Ibal hebairrrelted his benefit and the city of Nashville a seat and takes an unembarrassed hence by the hempen line in this country, tre will be packed every time it ia opened reaping machine or any other thing that is now all agog over that and his ab- Friday and he died protesting his Inno- her fellow passengers, curious, but not too for these services. PRAISE THE LORD. will put few cents into the pocket of the of Goods, rupt departure for parts unknown. cence. The gallows waa erected on the bold. She perches her stout pug upon her An honest German, In the pit, created a dealer, tbey betake themselves to some Isp, with her arm hanging fondly over hia Mr. Polk had but recently announced spot of the murder, near Paris, Texas. little merriment at one point in the ser- other town where they are flattered with Which he gnaranteei to make np in Ant-cla- n style Satisfaction guarhnck.while she lakes in the situation to her Mrs. StJIIwell, of Waterford, O.who anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. mon, when I asked the question, "Have "being as It's you" which they swallow aa that he would not pay the January as if remorseful for forsatisfaction; then, you never met a christian woman with a a sweet morsel, and make their purchase. to murdering interest on the refunded debt and the confessed, en her death-begetting her pug even for a brief moment,she bad temper?" by responding nervously, They keep their bank accounts, and do all two of her husbands and her infant, has givea him a squeeze of love, and begins a reason now is very obvious. He had like a cork flying from a champagne bottle, their business that would awistin building supplemented It with the information that dog talk to him In a gentle unput the State's money where it would the strangled her mother and cut her fath little soft i'0, mein Ciott, yaa 1" This brought down up the town they ahould be most interest do him tho most good in his pocket. er' throat. Thia queen nf assassins only der tone. The fat little brute Las a very the house, for a moment. W all saw the ed in, at some other place. We lay down short nose, very black muzzle, very tightly point, aa plainly aa if he had told us of the following very simple premises and If the repudiationists of Tennessee quit killing when the family material gave curled tall, and as if in protest at the pret conclusions forsuch as belong to the class "mine frow" nt home. alone suffered by the peculation', no- out.-fC- .-J; tily ornamented muzzle, that the law com New Year's day we had another glorious mentioned, to reflect on at their leisure, body would pity them, but the bond of his tongue propels, I suppose, haa a bit "PRAISE THE LORD." service at the Inebriates Home, whereon viz: Whatever benefit', or is of value to holders will bear the loss. , truding. Thia ia the subject of controver 123, 125 William St., New York Cm-Christmas day all but one of the inmalea Lancaster, benefits or is of value to Garsy between his fair mistress and himself Jauuary 2nd, 1883. had confessed Jesus. That one, who after rard county; whatever benefit or is of The Mt. Sterling Democrat after Dear Interior! She wants him to put it in his mouth, and valuo to Garrard county, benefits or ia of copying an article from this paper 40 years ago, when a student the pug ia obstinately bent on letting it tho Christmas service had told theSuper-intendeKearlr that he was not willing to be value to each individual citizen of Garabout Judgo Owsley, adds : "Judge in Centre College, I used to listen with a stay out. The dog finally gets the victory saved by Christ, even if be thought Christ rard county. Your trading with the mer ALWAYS STOCK Owsley is a cood lawyer, a man of sort of rapture to the fluent effusions of a for the outhunging tongue looks so cute, chants of Lancaster is a great benefit and peddler in razor strops, whom I have seen that she gives up the contest in another wanted to save him, came yesterday. 11 strong character and of the strictest We town. new inmates also accepted Jesus as Savior. cf inestimable valne to th II cmbrnccH Staple ttud Fnuvy UrorcrlcN, INiiont and I'mully once and again in. front of tho old Shields integrity. He is made of such stern House (now Thorel's) first hacking and affectionate squeeze, tint brings her bead 27 were anointed for healing, encouraged leave it to you to draw the conclusion, and and Ijtril, Toliim-- and Flour, Meal, Woodao low and her mouth so near the black by the marvelous and almost instantaneous when you nave dene ao, we would ask you stuQ as would insure the State an dulling a e on the curb stone and muzzle, that there la at least a fair suspien, Willow aud Tinware, UIhmm and titvviiHuarc. Canned healing of the Superintendent, Mr. Bunt- if it ia not bent to trade with your own honest, efficient, sensible administrathen by a skillful application of his magic cion of a kiss having been given. When Good, el all UlmHHHi.eelally. Itciuciubcr the place, "The county town, looking to the interest of tion. Being a lawyer and a judge he strop restoring it to such a state of sharp- the Conductor comes 'for the fare, pug ing. He waa anointed last Wednesday and 20 minutes after, threw away hia crutches, yourselvea alone. But there are higher Corner Mere." understands how to temper justice ness that it would sever a hair held by one grows pugnacious, evidently thinking he by the aid of which he had been enabled and .more noble motives that should In with mercy. His heart, though tender end. AH the time he waa manipulating was taking some of his mistress' property to hobble a little with great difficulty. And duce every citizen of a countv to trade and sympathetic, could not influence the knife he would recount in doggerel to which he was not entitled. The muzzle now he ia able to walk about and resume with his home merchant when it ia pawl verso the merits of his incomparable strop. keeps him from biting, however, and our hia duties. His medical attendant, one of ble to do so, and when they sell the same his judgment. His coolness debars Some of these poetical outpourings I can young lady manifestly proud of her favor- the beet physicians in New York, acknowl- quality of goods at the same prices that irascibility and excitement. His recall after the lapse of nearly 40 years, so ite's watchfulness over her interests, givea merchant do elsewhere. Perhaps if they sound , sense and honesty would pre strikingly were they put; and there are not another laughing rebuke, followed by an- edged the hand of God in the case. we go to Brooklyn to begin would advertise tbis disertation would not vent the; interference of importunate a few left in Central Kentucky who will other approving hug, and then caressea him a meeting in the old Skating Rink where be necessary, Ed. L J. and misguided friends. He is pro- remember the man I write about. His off and on for the rest of the way, while Moody held his famous services. It ia Buckltn't Arnica Sare. gressive in a prudent, careful way.- - name was Smith, (of course) but he waa not engaged in looking out of the window now,, as before written, a Baptist Church In tbe world far Cuts, Unities, Tbs tat man." at the lovely display of Christmas beauties (strictly dose Communion o( all place on popularly known aa the "raxor-stroHe is obstructive to jobs, Soiet, TJIcera, Salt Rheum, Fofer Sores, Tetter, Ilia strops had real merit and were sold for in the store windows. Finally she effects earth for me to be sent) with a Cbanped ftanJa, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin and rings." 25 cents really cheap aa well as good a landing on the crowded sidewalk, puts pastor, Dr. Justin Fulton. Yet it seems Eruptions, and poaltlrelr cures piles. It Is guar Edoar Wyatt, the Deputy U. S. Well, all thia prelude to the simple but pug down, holding the end of a silken plain to me that I should go there. We anteed to iIts entire aatlitactloo or money refund-A 23 per boi. Tor sals bf Peon j Marshal, who killed WilliamPelacz, startling fact that one of my first auditors cord that ia attached to a beautiful breast- - will have a glorious time, I doubt not. ed. Trie cents McAlliUr and now my very steadfast friend, very strap, and disappears round the corner at a "Heleadeth me" and "where He leada I unnear Horse Cave, four years-ago- , both perfectly happy. She ts gray, but still in vigorous health and activ- half-tro-t LAXCASTKIt ADVr.limi.imK. der circumstances which made it pe ity, was and still ia the veritable "razor, drewed verr handsomely, and must be will follow; I will follow all the way." Pray that "utterance may be given" dear culiarly a cowardly murder, was on strop man" of my boyhood. The old man's well oft for such a "dear" of a pug, can friends. Ever in Jesus. ' ' H. O. KAUFFMAN, Friday found guilty and sentenced to eyes twinkled the other night when I re- only be obtained for a very high price. Geo. O. Barnes. JJA.yy, ATTOItNUY imprisonment in the penitentiary for peated his old saying, "a few more of the This dog business is a decided feature in LANCASTER, KY. life. The beauty of this thing is that eanio sort," the allusion coming in perfect- New York life. The pug ia ahead just Muter CommbaloDer Garrard MrcuIICoart. Will practice In all th Courts of Uarrard and adjoining Wyatt, who was not satisfied to let ly in my Bermon;but the personal bearing now, in popular favor. What a queer counties aud la tho Court of Appeal, of it onlr Known to my venerable friend stage of the old humanity fever is now DEPARTMENT. well enough alone, appealed from a thriving business upon "society!" They go mad on owls myself. He has a and sentence of 15 years passed in 1880. down town, is and sells more and little iu if nature had exHO JIT. "WEST, The Court of Appeals granted a new than strops now, though he is still vending hausted herself in producing these monStaaroao Sraaar LANCASTER. trial on a flimsoy techicality and now the famous article that laid the foundation strosities. Aprofot to these lovely favorThe force consists of LANCASTER. KENTUCKY he is in a fix indeed. But that Court of hia prosperity and which will still make ites of the town, the "Mother Hubbard" widow dress, caps the climax aa a miracle one colored boy. will no doubt come to his rescue again, a dull knife or razor Rev. Jas. L. Allen, of Danville, "Sharp u a woman's tongue of uslinesa and ungrace. Let us talk of JOHN T. HIUGINS, l'llOPMETOR. he having again appealed to it. Or a tiger's claw, something better, now, for those who little preached at the Christian Church Sunday, claw, Jaw, Rev. Mr. James, of the Baptist Theological Thimble county, this State, is a eoloy sketches of "life aa it is." A FIRST -- CLASS HOTEL model in politics and religion. The and a few more left of the same sort." He Since my last we had a glorious meeting Seminary, Louisville, will preach at the waa only converted three years ago, but haa in just the place wanted to go from the Baptist Church next Sunday. In srery particular, Tbe patronage ot th pulll I inhabitants are for tho most part demNext Friday will be the last day for solicited, snd utlafacUoa guaranteed- rapdi'y ripened into one of the most fervent first': A Bowery Theatre. We had to pay ocrats and Baptists, and there is an and active Christiana In New York. $75 for it, a single night, but the money Gling suits for the January Term of the average ;of comfort and intelligence Another attentive hearer and devoted waa well spent. I didn't get to Blackwell'a. Garrard Circuit, Court. From tbe present christian man is Mr. John Guiteau, broth- Island, a's I expected, last Sunday, but indications the docket will be the smallest rarely found. Thegreatestiepublican vote ever cast in tho county was for er of Charles, who shot President Garfield. preached In the morning for Dr. Fulton In for many years, To the present writing Garfield and then it was but G8. That He speaka freely about his brother and haa Brooklyn; In the afternoon in the 25th St. there have been only U or 12 suits filed. told me many things that hare thrown "Free will" Baptist Church and at night in This speaks In language plainer than any they are people also is light on a verr strange chapter of human the Windsor Theatre Bowery, below Ca- words can express the growing prosperity shown in the fact that there hasu't life and the history of fanatical enthusiasm. nal. It holda about 3,500 people and we cf our county. been a man confined in her jail for This morning I rode down I!roadway in had, perhaps 2,500, three galleries and a The al arm of fire last Friday, waa a stage with the father of Mr. Jim Fisk, parquet, with good aeoustie properties, caused by the burning of Mrs, Greerleafa over four years. killed by Stokes The The Commercial Gazette has begun tleman introducedyears ago. to me old gen- and brilliant lights all that one could stable. Tbe fire was caused by a boy playhimself and we ing with matchea among some shavings tho experiment of publishing the sig- had a pleasant chat, being almost alone, ask, after an audience granted. My debut that were in the stable. The engine was before tho "Bowery boys" came very nearnature of each editorial writer to his (for a wonder) in the omnibus. He soon ly being fiat on my face, for in entering the on hands in due course of time and workproductions. This will kinder dispel led the conversation to his dead son, whose stcge side door, I did not notice the thin ed well, and but for the combnslabllity of tho illuejou held by many that the memory he tenderly cherishes. I was threshold required to keep the pasteboard the contents of the stable, would have one known'editor of a paper. Writes greatly touched by what he (aid. Stokes arrangement together, and stumbled over saved the larger part of tbe building. The keep one of the most elegant hotela on it following with a most ungraceful rush to "Soda Engine" at It Ia vulgarly called will every thing of the kind in it, as if it Broadway the Hoffman House and the keep my perpendicular. This entree was do efficient work when properly managed. for him to do so. were possiblo on greeted with shouta of laughter, and wonder of the place ia in the PritSONAL. Mr. J. M. Higglnbotham j a The Frankfort CommonvxalOi says which be'apent $100,000 in Interior decora-tlon- roar of applause, rather calculated td up- made a businesa trip to Crab Orchard, Fri Everybody wanta to see a $100,000 set a timid man. Had I shown the day. Rev. George W. Dunlap, spent last that the register shows that Blackburn There Is not Its like In the least confusion, it would have been "all week at hia old home. Dr. Jamea Letcher, has refused about 2,000 petitions for ENT1FSISE GROCERY, Shall I add world, perhais have up" with me. The LORD kept me formerly of thia place, more recently of That's nothing, what we not personally inspected it? that I pardons. I hear that in His hand, and with perfect compo- Heuderson, Ky., and now of Chicago, pass want to know is the number ho has Stokes, after serving his term in the penisure, I looked up smilingly at the uproar ed through here last Friday on hia war to granted. See if you can ascertain tentiary, went to California and tnadets lout crowd and shouted at the top of my Henderson, from Atlanta. He bad hia that without being fired out like Joe money by a few successful strokes In atacka voice PRAISE THE LOUD The hush wife with him. She was a native of Geor One seea a good deal of human nature In waa inatantaneoua. Eakin and Bob Smith. Such a sound had gia. Judge M. J. Durham, of Danville, the alreet can) and stages on Broadway. I week on legal business. in town Nuckodj bad 38 guns fired jol down a few items, which when "found, never before been heard in Windsor Thea was B. Masonlastand family have taken Wboltiale and Beta!! Dealers ! Gen. Boots, Shoes, Caps, tre, and for once Bowery waa abashed. I W. Ite- at high noon in Frankfort yesterday. I took a note of" as Capt, Cuttle sagely House. IIIUHIULT iw 1 had them, ana continued, "Dear rooms at the Masonthe new Bank is to be Staple and Fancy Groceries.Jueens' The General ii au exceedingly patri- advises. The name of friends I am your guest in the Bowery ware, Oassware. OandtJ, Case 1st. Knlerlng the omnibus aud go- to night It is a queer place for roe to "Citizens National" Instead of "Farmer otic man but Mrs. Owens could not This is not the tail-enof a stock of goods that vc arc closing out, ing to the only unoccupied seat, I am nearNatlonaCas given in our last, The Direcfind myself, but I want to see how well provo that ho was tho kind of man Fruit s.CIgars and ly Impaled In taking it, by a very sharp el(Tuesday.) will be elected but the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. you can treat me. My little girl will ting tor alio swore he was. Tobacco. bow, held ingeniously "at the charge" by a song for you, aa beat she can. May I The following gentUuen are spokeo of, The cash lale of leaf tobacco In the its owner, a gentleman with grizzled beard, Purchasers will effect n large saving on everything they buy. We offiA OUOCKY-- A WEt LIGHT- ask you kindly to be tery quiet, as it ia and will verr probably fill the various Cincinnati market (or the put rear aggre well drewed and hands folded ou top of hla via ed, roomy bouts. KrirrtMui uA s J. M. Htggtubotbom, President; one weak woman' voice against the hub- ces, will mSke no new' accounts, except to our regular customers, who gate upwards of $8,000,000, eidiMvo of ci- walking stick, which furnlshen the lever t plu and prices lower tbs I bub of a great crowd " You ought to have Jos. P. Sandifer, Cashier; B. F, Hudson, Tor. gar leaf. This was for 57,311 hogsheads, age of that elbow without seeming to do seen how Teller. The bank will start with favora will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. . well they behaved after that. Hrt TheiM iHjhe A'eic at an amage of $10 68 jei ono hundred ao. He holds hla position have ad- While Marie tang, all waa quiet, ao that all ble prospect and will add much to the Don't Vttitlo Block, I December iq, 1882. pounds. i justed myself at a respectful distance, not could Lear. It waa a sweet, little solo, buslnesa interest of our town and county, yr. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. - The President ha refuted to pardon Dick Llddell, the MuicleShoala robber. The. business failures throughout the United States during the pant week num NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK w DRY GOODS, NOTIONS.GENTS'FURNISfflN&GOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, LYTLE'S. new-com- Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Lan- E- - IF. WW OWSLEY. I Fell sal Notions, i!il(li'i5'if next Clothing lor and Clothing Stoeb of Itey fSeotfe 30 DAYS Specially. at greatly reduced prices. Heavy P. no-rat- e PENNY W JZJILsIEIFl.S. & McALISTEK, H. C. RUPLEY, - MKIICIIAXT TAIJ.OK, Stock - Stanford, Kentucky, A Splendid Fall and Winter 1 H. C. GBOOEU, St. Asaph Block, Stanford. IS COMPLETE. llace. BRIGHTI ('Iruf, jack-knif- GREATCLOSING OUT 'S' act p tin n At Garrard County n. naitor. street-cleanin- g CHENAULT well-to-d- o bull-dog- IIIGGENS IIOIJNE! SEVERANCEM STANFORD, KIT., ir Desire to close out their New: House! entire stock of goods law-abid- ing mww ftoon j GEO. D. 03STOE bar-roo- BURDETT&CI, And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. bar-roo- 1 We have S15,000 worth of new and Fall aud Winter LANCASTER. Dry desirable Notions, Goods,Clothing, Uais, d &c, to soil in this way. 1 y FIRST-CLAS- untI 101-- 1 , V m WT m- - f LAND. STOCK AND CROP. If. II, Baker qualified at sherif! on the OBITUARY. lat. James While wis tworn In as deputy A oar load of mules for sale. F sheriff. tl Hicss. Mrs. Bethla Hicks died at the night. Mr. J II. Held, Stan ford, Ky, Sanford Broughton was tried before residence of her W. A. Maret sold to J. E. Brnce, a Judge Lear last Saturday and fined $20 for Btlnes, Dec. 3Itt, '82, aged 70 years She Kon flAl.r, Four handaome rMnces. was a devoted member of the Baptist unlawfully retailing liquor. Tuesday Morning, January 0, 1883 Will aell rery cheap. Stanford, Defl. 25, yoke or oxen for $110 an J 6 helfen at $18. The Methodists held a quarterly meet church In Lancaster, W.B. Calk sold lo Baldwin 36 millet at ing nere EMiuraay and tiunday. has Onr '82 W. Craig. tidert from loved mother h to gone,joys of passed heavthe $110, and 2 at $76,-- Ml. the cares of earth Cook and Brock conducted the services. Sterling JANUARY. H tt Huplrv hia moved hia Tailor The streets have been almost Impass- en. Cslmly she sleeps beneath the cold b reason of the mud. We Bhop to the store room formerly occupied B. A B. P.Woods sold A. M. Feland able for a week -IIng even in death. No trace of the sufferneed some more pavements and crossings, n 'Cqiilre Caraon. .... 1 2 .1 4 5 0 one of their bull calves, advertised in this George Miller, col., swore out a war- ing and agony the so patiently endured. 7 8 0101112,1.1 rant to keep the peace against his wife last But with sweet resignation to God's will. Tiiwn Indebted to Hi. Asaph Saloon are paper, for $100. spirit has soared Fourteen broke motes and 1 thorough- week. The warrant waa not served, howev the poor, tired, II 15 10 17 18 10 20 requested to come forward and retlle with to fields eternal and folded Its weary pinbred hull calf for sale. 11. B. A E. V. er, and Miller has left his wife. 2122 2U2l'25l20 27 out further notice. In tho arm of Him It is tald that M C Miller, Jr., of thia ions, resting now Woods, Stanford, Ky. 88 20.10 31 ............ place, haa bought an Interest In the firm of who died that we might live. Hard, loved 11. 0. Huplcv la needing the money din For sale, 1 17 head of extra good grade Brinkle A Co., atoves and tinware, Louis- one, the struggle' How can we give thee him. Those Indebted to him are respect. up? But thy will, Ol God, be done. We ewes, bred to South-dowbucks, now lamb- ville and will remove to that city shortly. tuny requested to call and aellle. Biggie Mullins, who killed John Town-sen- d ha-- e strewn thy grave with flowers, water fo J". E. Carson, ing. Appll Crab on Christmas day, was brought before ed them with tears. Soon, alas, they will LAN. IOCAL TIME CARD. Kr.v. W. T. TtRrBand wife havo bought Orchard, Ky. two magistrates last week for Investigation, fade, but In our hearts thy name and form Pssstrger Irilm North. Lot of 27 head of 14 hands mules but the case was postponed. The matter will ever live Farewell; sweet be thy rest, of Lewi Dudderar Ida house and lot ad. " flonlh- " 1 tor. Joining T. M. Pennington, for $1,030 caah. for $3,205, a pair of 16 hands for $300 and will now nrobablr bo before the Brand dearest mother, and when death comes may It find n, too, resigned and In that bright --. . and a lot of 0 year-olmnlea at $175, were J,lrT- . LOCALJOTICES. Ulrcult Court convened yesterday for beyond we will clasp glad hands,to part no Ir YOU want augar by the barrel or coflee sold in Bowling Green last week. Its regular January term. On accoqnt of more by the aack, It will pay you to get my IJur Paints of IVnny A McAllnler. Klrrnsl rest to thee ll glitn, The Anderson ftv reorts Mrs. bad health, Judge Owsley could not be New stock of Jewelry ami Hilrerware it price.. I am headquartera for goods In Cole's sale as follows: Wheal 72 cents per Present, and Hon. J. W. Alcorn br Judge Thy feet have tro4 the Mt shore, IVnny St McAlliter's. CnnroM with glory In you Ileiren; quantity. II. C Ilrlght. bushel, rye 05; corn In crib $1.65 to $210 Xl. C.Saufley,of your place, it expected to Mot tlssJ, hat gona before. hold the Court. Watoiiw, Clocks and Jewelry repaired At a meeting of the Directors of the per barrel, 14 mule colls $C8 76 per head, ml warranted by Penny A MeAllster. Softly slumber dearest molhrr, See Here. F. L. Thompson wishes Farmers National Hank yeeterday, Hon. IByearllng slur $32.60 10.1525; 02 sheep to ray to all those Indebted lo him that he With torn and blrellng heart. Standard Sheet Muilc, Vocal and We wisp and wait to Join thes; for 10 cent t IVnny A McAI-iter- (I. A. Lacker waa elrcted President to fill $3 25 to $1 per head, lot fat hogs $5 45 per is needing the money very much. All debts for 1882 must be settled at once. He Wber we aball no mors put. the tacanc cauned by the death of Cant. cwt. and oats $1 45 per hundred bnndles. is in dead earnest about thit, and if you Slesp oa dear mother ws ars coming, Lahqb slock of Window Glass, all sites. J, II. Shanks. owe him you had better call and tee Boon to Join lhsarg-- 1 binJ LINCOLN COUNTT. Double thick rIim for Uower plls. Penny him. Hind In band we'll roam together A MeAllster. CoNsincnimi the fearfully bad weather, Niar McCormack'i Church, -Pr- .nsONAL.-Mlu Bailie Whitehead SJT The golden streets, the hippy lind. M II, 11. a reaaonably fair audience greeted Prof. D. left for Lexington last week lo attend A little boy at Mr. Robt. Barnett's. PERSONAL school at Hamilton College. Mr. Barton, (J. Lawron, the elocutionist, at the Opera McCormack Bros, sold to Col, Bibb SO Oiren Awar. 111 wife and child, of Lawrenccvllle. Ill,, are C Mr. W. M. Lackey Iiss been quite We cannot help noticing the llbersl oOVr mad House laat night ami he entertained it In a hogs weighing 185 pounds, at C, visiting in this count. Judge Pearl, of kit btttr now. -- Mr. Will Boot's horse fell down with London, is the first ot the visiting attor- to all lOTallda and suflerera by Dr. King's Jew excellent and allfactory manner. Tery of Harroda-turMini Anr. VanAkxdam, Discovery for Coniumotlon. You ars requested appearance at the present or more than a week the weather has him the other night, and dislocated hia neys lo put In InMiss Mattie Williams hss to call at Tenny A MeAllster's Drog Store, and la tlie gotst of Mra. J. II. limit thoulder. (Mr, Bout's shoulder, not the term or Court. get Trill Bottl free of cost, tf you ars suffering Mim Mamik Phillip, of Harrodi. been damp and chilly and the streets returned to Louisville. Miss Lou Grant, withaConsumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma, of mud. Old Hoi haa not horrrs.) Will aaya he did not mind the a handsome young ladr from Lancaster, qulrerlng msss biirKi I tttiliiif the MIssss Dinwiddle. Voice, Hoarseness, pain so much, but he was afraid It would who has been visiting here, has returned Bronchitis, llsy Feter, Loss of or Lungs. It will orany affection of tbs Throat Mm Jamm Columan and children shown hia face this year, except on one oc- be flying out of place, and he could not home, carrying the hearts of several of our positively cure you. who liaTe liren visiting litr father, Mr. D. casion and the result la many cases of pneuyoung men with her. Mrs. Tabitha Gresli-bawork any more. monia. 8. Jonn,returne(l home yesterday. of Livingston, who spent the holidays Worthr of Praise. FriMiss Emma Ooode gave a part with friends here, has returned home. WilO. II. Waihh.c, Yxi., a leading lawjtr Fstent Medl. As a rata ws do not recommend U a singular fact that there is not a day night in honor of Misses Emma LackIt lis Adams, Jr., of Paint Lick, was here lclnes, bot when ws know of one that really Is s of Somerset, who was tick a few dajra at single man In buaineas In Stanford bow. ey and Llllle Tcrhune, two of Boyle's fair public benebcttr, snd does positively cure, then Judge J. M. Philips', returned home that was when 'Squire Caraon came here daughters. Qa the night of the 4th Dr. ws consider It our doty to Impart tbst PULASKI COUNTT. thirty-threElectric Bitter an truly a moat valyears ago. Capt. Shanks, who Hocker gave a party to bis Somtr$$t. Mru Joseph Hr.vniANCE and 8m died a few uable medicine, and will surely cure DlUousness, days sgo, was for a long lime Miss Hannah Fair Notwithstanding the Two of tbe negroes implicated In the Feter and Ague, Stomach, liver and Kidney Walton went to Lebanon yesterday. Her the sole representative of the business men rain, there were about 60 guests present murder of Owens, have been acquitted. Complaints, eren wbers sll other remedies fall. niece MIm Alice SeTerance, of that place, of that day. and all were merry as a marriage bell. The Thit saves the good old Governor from Ws know whereof ws spesk, and can freely reU quite HI. Ewhange. Sold at fitly commend them to all. supper was prepared under the direction of having to grant another pardon. The Adisonian Literary Society con- cents a bottle, by Tenor A MeAHiter. I.t Jontrii Qariiaro, of the U. S. The Danville, Stanford A Crab Orchard Mrs. Hocker and Mrs. Lewis ltossell and Turnpike Directors met on Saturday and tinues to hold Its weekly meetings with Arm, stationed at Fort Monroe, Vsv, spent e was fully enjoyed by all. ia unabatlng interest. The HKtV ADVKUIWtBKSTS. a short time with hit brother and sislers declared a dividend of 60 cants on the Can't Qua and Will McCormack are keeping crowded every Tuesday night. share of $50. J. W. McAlister resigned aa week. here this Stanford follow suitT "bachelor hall" on Mr Henry Banghraan's JVDGi: T. P. HILL,, Mim AnnikIIiuiana.v, of Crab Or Director and Treasurer and J. II McAlis- place, Boys, am most heartily Our County Court should learn the I ashamed chard, after a pleasant two week's rlslt to ter was elected director in his alesd snd J you. Ureal deal of sickness this wet price of brick. They awarded tbe con- t. . H..1M.U fa- - tl.n.MntatlM In the nelt Lee- jsct to tbs action ol tbe democracy tract to furnish brick for the new Jail to IajuIm ille, returned Saturday and ii now J McICoberls Treasurer. weather. Miaa Mary Bout is quite ill Geo. W. Shadoan, County Attorney, at $10 Isltture, sul Miss Belle Cssh Is sick, bo also are Mr. the jurat of Mrs. A A McKlnnry. JUDGE XV. O. IIAN8FOHD Killi.I) Hijisklv W. O Bailey. Jr Ed. Carter and Mr John Cash. Mr. per M. when ilr. U. W. iticbardson's bid Hit. K. ( Wmx-i- i and wife, of (Jalrea. nf $7 per M. democratic nomination for Lancaster, who has been addicted to the Moore haa the Cash place and wes Mr. T M. Pennington, of Stanford, Is a candidal for tbe neat Legislature. tc Representative In tbe ten, Texn after a (Jet'ant tour of the great u- - of opium, took an overdose of lauda will remain here instead of going West aa wa in our midst last wrek. Miss Annie er part of Ksirtie, hTe returned and are iiutn Sunday, and died at 0 r. M same day. he intended. Mra. Mike Clovd and Miss Lineh has returned to her home in RichBelle Cash are boarding at Mrs. O, J. to (Jul. W 0. Welch. now on a mond, after a protracted visit to the Misses He waa subject to fits of melancholy and Mu John J Hurr.MAX, of I.inoaater, had threatened to destroy himself but Crow's. Messrs. Leslie Sharp, Boone and Cosson, of tbis place. Mark Hardin, of Smith are visiting at Mr, Lewia Rossell's. Monticello, spent several das in our midst wan rriorlrd by Irtrgram laat evening m whether the act waa intentional ... Qtin aWl- i.l or not does Mr. C. White, of Boyle, is with Sam Helm last week. au pertons .naTing cwum .l..T dying of pneuinenia. Ilii rioter Mr. Han not appear. He waa the son of Mr. (1E3T8 will Tit" fiJfl them with roe, prorlr at Mr O.J. Thurmond. lie came up Bailey, On Monday last the citiiena were call purely from "bnslne" considerations. Dtl proTtn hj February lit, 1692. nah Potest, of Ilarrodsburg, went to hi) the druggist. ed upon to elect a new Board of Trustee, aa aIT T apTP bedside jeslerday Mirror. and the question of saloons or no saloons, Truit J. I fc?rg- 111.21 issue. The whisky ring At the last Angust election Mr Kbene Mu Tim W. IIiuoin, after a sews is progressing fine- wss the popular The Sabbath-schoo- l and the prohibition faction both put out r Best, of Garrard, slapped one Iteese ly and doing a good work tinder the pell of malarial leter out again and wr of Mr II W. Klce. The Key. their best men and the whisky ring made Ward In the mouth, as he no doubt should in hi hoe to aoon see the waste place James Cook, of Highland, formed a Meth- a powerful effort to carry the day. but the shrunken anxtomy fill out and assume have done. Shortly afterwards Ward re- odist class at Mt. Pisgah Church on Sungained the victory by a ill itlSft tl- - ..,,1,11 a. ...! ..!!.. n- t As. in s!larrnl Irt ltfiTA 11. moved from the State so that he could sue day, December 31, 1882. Mr. U.W. Rice firohibitionlsta their wonted yninirtry. postponed till NLAT A tramp printer, wnoeename is un- occurred latt Sttnrdir Mim 8a i.li e IIauhijos went to Cin- Mr. Best In the U 8 Court for damages, la the clsss leader. -w. awe lnThe Good Templars Lodge, No. 1735, known, fell from the hslcony of the Court DAI UWAl,sinHUw t.V.hou and oilier T"of the loti hM a comfortable I... cinnati yesterday with her uncle Jauiea which he did, laying them at $25,000 Fri srnn at the Mt. Pisgah Church is progressing house, about 9 o'clock on last Thursday ipplytome.on ii. i iow ""'" a iu lhm JUI1W UHIUHT. with whom f he will make her home day the papers were served on Mr. Best, finely. The membership lis risen from evening, fracturing one arm, all the fingers Cowan, in the future, MlssSallle ia a handsome snd apparently to humiliate him aa much 20 charter members to 45 members in of the left hand, and dislocating hit jaw bright and deerlng young ladr withhoata aa possible, a negro Marshal waa sent for good standing. The very beat men and bone. He was taken to tbe jail, and alter- FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. where medical women in thit part of the country hare ward to the who wilt slways remember and the purpose. of friend, aid was called. He is in a very critical come and joined the lodge. n .... .am. h.nu a. .mip.mJi nr vntir Heft wirh tier happiness and aucceM. Old people aay there never waa so condition. Too much drink was tbe cause. atock. or your other property biro not been burnt As Outrage. Iter. J. M. Bruce recelv-e- tl left Haturday to Oar city .was ablate with excitement or IDiurea ot urooruBu.uiuK, - y "-Mr It W. Hock locality as at pressickness in this "- a letter from Knoxville yesterday in- much that It ent. Since my last report, Mra. Lucinda last Thursday morning upon bearing that tber ciXKOT be. Don't you think, then, In enter the Kaxton National Dank of Si. Joe, forming him that the men, Pattlson and Bush, Mrs. Henry Abrahams, sged 45; three of tbe six prisoners confined In onr would U prudent to secure Indemnity you case this Mo,aa Assistant Cashier. He take with Thrlps, who were In (ail uch loss or dsmage should occur T I offer In- for stealing hia Mr. James L. Whittaker. Mlsi Manda jail had escaped. Their names are Ander- - at the lowest rates obtainable In any him the best wishes of the friend of -j "; vouipanT. Sims snd Mr. Samuel II. retry, aged 29, son, ennrgeu wuu uurisr, mu nu x cik-i- tiki your choice. i reprriwni re.cu l'lIlLIi'M. horse and for a misdemeanor, wersj releas charged with malicioua cut JltO.H. brothers, youth and young manhood that hia remov fingers of ed on paying their fine $160, and they, are have all been touched by the icy a druggist's spatula, ting. Tbey obtained death. al to the west may result In a realiiation now at large, A atranger came and put with which they sawed eight of the heavy of hia fondeat hoei pecuniarily and other BOTLE COUNTT. iron bars in two. The remaining prisoners up the money for them and the jailer ig wine, say that the work required 29 days. Dantille. Lite of Cbeniolt, Seteranco A Co., Stanford, Ky., nored the order of the Court aa to the with 'Pquinis W It Carson, after a ml VICTIMS. Resolutions of Respect. and let them go. The matyeara in Stanford, left dence of thirty-thre& CO,. M. At a meeting of the Directory of the A marriage license haa been issued to Samwill be investigated . yesterday to ko into business in Cincinnati, ter uel Watta and Miss Ella Lyons; to O. II. Farmers National Bank of Stanferd( called Importers and Jobbera ot Dry Goods, Notions, Ac, day of January, 1833, with refNannie D. Dye. Next 7, M9, Mt Main Street, Cor. Sixth, much to the regret of everybody. He came The nkoko characters in Uncle Tom's Tewmy and Mrs. wealthy maiden and ye on the 8ththe death of its president. John erence to week 'twill be ye - - - K"T- here in 1819 and went In to the saddlery and Cabin, at the Opera House are widower. following testimonial was LOTJISVITjIK. H. Shanks, the harness trade and ha continued in it ever enacted by genuine negroes, who give a adopted : Capt. John II. Shanks departed ART AND ITALY. rlnce with very reasonable ecuniary rue number of plantation aonga of "befo' de Mita M. Rose Speed, daughter of Df. Jno. this life on the third day of January, 183. cew, Aa an honeat man, an enterpriaing wa'" in the atyle of those daya. The train- Speed, of Lonlsvllle, Sec. State Botrdof His presidency ot this institution was cowith its organization, and waa uninwill read a pa par at Bell Seminary cilixen and aa a gentleman, be enjoys the ed pony, Ilia knowing little donkey, the Health, on Friday evening, 16th, on Art eval W will now pay iptclal attention to terrupted up to the period of hia death. He Chael confidence and respect of the community at pack of Siberian blood hounds, the two and Italy.. began Itt financial superintendence at a STCTJ8TOM GB1NDING."M . DIED. large aa the following testimonial, gotten Topsa and the fsll of running water introtime when the bank waa but a prospect; W promise to give satisfaction, and when desired up without lila knowledge and aigntd by duced in the garden scene, will be novel- Wilson Green, of Permille. on the 6th; he leaves it an establishment which speaks will gift I'atent Flour for Wheat. Cau make Mra. Margaret A. Sandifer, wife of George for itself. To hia integrity, to hit prueither bolted or unboiled meil. judge, lawyer, banker, uurcliants.Ac.Ac , ties Indeed on a Stanford stage and ought Sandifer, on Wednesday of consumption, dence, and to hia 110MeALISTER 4: NALLKE. wisdom, are abundantly prom: The underlined citl to draw a big crowd. Admission 25 and 60 aeed 4G: on aame day of tbe same di-- . we indebted, in no amall degree, for tbe una of Stanford, Lincoln county, Ky., In cents. Seats can be reserved at Mclloberta sease, Mra. Sarah E. Bonis, wife of Win, prosperity of which we are now well Lets than this cannot be said; Bonla,agtd 00. view of ths proposed removal of their fel- ilSlagg'a without extra charge. KELICItOl'!). much more could be added with equal low townsman, V. It Canton, Esq , desire truth. While we meet only as officers, and On Jsn. 1, tha firm of JtcAIM er DrlaM Whisky Killed IIim. Morgan Hen-Ic- Eld. Samuel W Crutcher, lately of by tbli teatimonial to a mure the cotuuiunl-t- y will preaeh for the Christian church express our sincere regret that we have will bo dlswlred, J. II. McA Hater rstlrlng. II, C. a workman at Dillon's Saw Mill, acciin which ho may locate, of tbe character The thua lost a chief, we cannot be unmindful Bright will continue tbo buslncu alone. We sre at this place for the coming ear sustained by Mr. Canon at home. He la a dentally shot and killed himself at Crab week of prayer will be observed in Dan- of the kindly relations that have so long snxlous to settle tho old partnership business as and ourselves as soon as possible. Your account Is ready for you, gentleman of irreproachable character, of Orchard, Sunday. He had been drinking ville tbis week by services each evening a existed between himthe same communirieiao call and settle Jan. lat by cash or not. All ia the atyle of people of his Walnut at. Methodiat church. Wonder if frisnda and cititena of good business qualification!, of more than freely and aa tbV'Cauipbellilea" are heathens yetT ty. He possessed our complete confidence; baring claims against tbe firm will present them ordinary Intelllgeiiaej and for nearly a class, commenced shooting hia pistol aa FIRMNESS. he was worthy of it. We gave him our for payment. Ilesectlully, JT. It. XeALISTEll, quarter of a century baa held the oflice ol soon aa he began to "feel good." He re- Sam Curry will have charge of the dru,j warmest friendship; it was worthily beMl. C. Bill a AIT, Juatice of the Peace. We truat that he loaded it after firing all tbe cartridgea out atore here, (formerly Curry & Son) hia stowed. No man ever had a truer friend going to Lexington. Pel haps thw than was he when he gave bit friendship. b eurceMful to Iho extent of hia mor- and then altempteXl to put it In the breast fathergrinning negro who It stationed may at There was no insincerity In his composi pocket of hi cost, when the hammer little al worth and business qualifications. the door and politely requests you to shut tion. Honest, flank, brave and truthful, struck a bottle of .whisk and a ball wnt It, will serve as a partner, stationer part he personified Ihe perpendicular man, tbe LOCAL MATTERS. wbiulng into hia left eye and came out at- - ner. Welsb, Wiseman a are tnvoio- - exemplary cititen. Thia community of the back of the skull, llralnaoored out of inc: sighing over the departure of Bub necessity feels tbe weigbt oi nts uettn. tie TO the "Twin Fronts." Oo Bob) for Kansas City. Sam Harlan was above that which la called an orna- e"ch ghastly hole hut he lived a number of (not - ... .nJ.I.. t.A ,.r,ll In 1. V rt.r.1. stable lakea a half interest in the liver TiieKinic la closed till further notice. hours afterwards, the of course was uncon- with Tip Bruce. Harris, Durham & Dun- - ahip la inclined to exaggerate tbe virtues E. H. BURNSIDE, of the desd, but tho coolest deliberation lap will dissolve. Oliver Ciiii.lko plowa on hands for the scious. extravagance riKSONAL. will rail lo delect augni oi A MY8TEHY Never Solved. The death aeaaoo.atW. II Hinxina'. Mi's Bettie Drye is visitiag "Mlth Thadie" in this brief and simple tribute which we This Old Woll - Known of Mrs. Jane Pennington, which la annouac Cook at Dr. Dunlap's Miss Mamie Boyd, now place upon our records. Hotol Still Maintains Antiionv A Klmh' Uncle Toot's Cahlp ed in thia Issue, revives the history of her G A. Lackey. T. I'. Hill, ol Lexington, U with Miss Maggie Row. at Opera Hoiiie to night. EdwaruAlcorn, early life and the mystery which surround land. Col Cowan and Jin Downs have re It. Wi Givems, AND In MississCommittee. from A11 lb. boy put in an appearance at ed it. When the waa two or three yeara turned Allredtheir lengthy hunt tbe ducks. is still there with ippi Iti Proprietor ii Determined that At a meeting of Stanford Lodge, No. CO, y Mr. W O Wallace'a yesterday and the of age, she waa brought by aa man who Will Vaughan will keep books for tbe it Shall be Second to no Country A. A A. Y Masons, held January 4th, claimed to be her father, to Mr. Varde- youthful father ia aa proud as a king. Slave Company at Goresburg. Louis 1883, a committee waa appointed to draft Hotel ia the State in it Fare, Lexington Adttrtua- - wai man's in the East End of the county and Pilcher of the Appointraeati, or Attenrespect commemorative of knowing tlieoioeltra In together they stayed all night. last week. Will I resolutions our late Bro. John the Shauka All fAUTua tion to Comfort of Next working up Danville H. which is hers from Iowa. Uncle Barney in A Co, will their Gueti. ilebte.1 to Cbcnault, Sereranco morning the man left on horseback aa he McKre waa held, and the lotlowlog were reported Lowry held his reception here this year, by settling the aame, had conler a great and adopted l come, saying that be would return in Wairen Russell la ill with pneumonia. wlllk coavered t aad from Uedspet "assrai WllEHEAS, uy ine aitpensauon oi aa we desire to rln up our builness. ITT a abort time, but he never did nor was any net orcuarg. pecii rmiii....- - . WOULD YOU BELIEVE the Grand Master of the Universe tol'osaHsrclalTratslers.The Uarwlllbe afterwards. Mr. Two negro men, Henry Cotton and Joe has called from labor, our brother John always asptlUd with th cboletat A. T. Nunkellkv Jiaji relumed from thing ever heard of him Gentry came unguarded from Mltcbelsburg II. Shanks; Therefore, be it braada of LUsors sad Clssrs. the cltiea where he purchaed the Ixrgeal Yardeman raised I be girl as one of his own lo the in uanvllte lo serve out ifcsofioi, That while we bow aubmitalve-l- y children and she became the second wife sentences of 10 and 20 days against them and fullest line nf saddlery and harness of to UU will, we, jet mourn with unaffectCollege. er opened in Hlsnfurd Store at hia stables. of Mr Pennington, after the death of his for breach of tbe peace, bach brought ed sorrow the lots' we sustain in hit death, better first wife who wa a daughter of Mr. Yar- Irom tbe magistrate a mi'lltmtu, or Go slid are him by hit integrity, hit uprightness, his for STANI'OHD, KY. devotion to principle and his moral life, deman. The man claimed that his name In thia case, a ivnintu. SCARLET FEVER AdAlN. Unclu Tom's Cauin ha' a good deal of ho not only honored our beloved Order, An old lady from Perryvllle who had been Very much of waa Clement local intertat hereabouts. ua an example which we should Full Corps of Teachers, nurlng some children there with sore but setto emulate. Hit virtues, Indeed, With DEATHS atrlv the scene it laid in Usrrsrd count and litthroats, came on a visit to the family of were manv; bis faults few. Let us remem- This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Boislon tle Kts, who la supposed to die during the Pennington. Of pne uaonla, on Sat Mr. French last week and on Monday bit oaths Id Mooday In BepteuWr neat. ber tbe one and draw tbe veil of charity play, was no other than, Mrs. Mar Logan, urday last, Mr. Jane Peaaiagtoa, aged 7 little girl 11 years old broke out with scar-l- over tbe other. fever. for ao long a resident of Stanford. JieuAtol, That our condolence andfheart-fe- lt ALL T11E UBAHCIIEU OV A. year, tfte was tbe wits ol the law oqutre sympathy be tendered hia grief strick- THORQUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ephrlam Pennington and mother of Steph MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Ueorge, a little HoKittiiLC Accident en family in the hour of their great afilic-tioen Pennington. A devoted member of tbe An tauiht, aa well as reminding them at the tame time that Sam. M. Burdttt. Editor. ion of Mr. Mnrcfield, of MoKluney, was Baptist Church for over 00 years, she wai The boyt will now take to the woods whom the Lord lovtth, be chatteneth and ttUsUC. THE IiANOUAOES. DllAWprobably fatally wounded by a horre run. INO AND PAINTINO. held in great respect and veoeration by all and remain nil titer tue grand jury that Hedoeth all things well. nlng off with hlia a few ereolnga since Jtaotvtd, That these resolutions be tpread who knew her, not only as a christian, but When Ilia animal became frightened, it large upon tbe minute book of the Lodge In session several at a cltver, hoapltabl am' charitable wo davs Quarterly Court was were several con at that they be published in the Interiand last week. There darted ofT, throwing the boy, but his foot man. In Tuition, nrlre ram from IU to IJ0 In tb tested cases but tbe amounts Involved were or Journal and It is further resolved that hung In the atirrup and he waa dragged irliuary, ta, we wear the usual badge of mourning for regular Departments. aad UUkglat, IuUrwodlsl boughfof W. 11. small. 160. HO; rrtparaUuy, 10, -G- eorge W. Alford for nearly a quarter of a wile, until he D. W. Vandeveer, The veunir men of Mt. Vernon have thirty days. was struck against a gate post, breaking bit Cloyd, one mule for $140; three from Wei. orgaolted a tiring band. It it composed of C. Hays, J. ror full particulars, as to Board, de.. adjrwa W. P. Waltox, leg and almost completely scalping him, Wray for $150 and two Iioeu tbe Messrs, Tom Moore, J, W. Miller, Ualnei Adami MHts. M. V. THUKHKAKT. l'rluoliusl, Stanford, Lincoln to., aty, Committee. Kuunell for $330. and the xnotapaon ooj. Hit death Is but a question of time, Frmii Oysters at H. a Ilrlghl'a. It Ms mowing a llfaly rata laat - jjjxljrlir jr2!it I. n onr for ssl farm to remote to Tttas, I offer for of Itoo Arrrm, nrlnl.lvmvefeellent Kill, roun-l- y, In th west end of Lincoln ssle my within Smile or I'etton's Well. It ls of Stanford pike snd ItcltlCHCO A ItllMllCHH UotlNC, mil from lb Mlllediretlll raiien irom nisnioni n iiuaiontnw pit, is wen one, dueled In the town ot Crab Combined In It Inireia Ky , on Unraater street The building Is wstered.nss goo.! lmprotementt;abmil year. Ills twoandone-halfslorlbish, SOU) feet snd con- and whestand balsncsfor corn spplrlnt very productive Any person nstl l ones Is 20x10, tains In sll eight rooms fh store-rooan obtain a bargiln St. J. HOI1TT. with counters snd sliettlng nleelyscd properly r 1014m Mllledgetllle, Ky. ! the outbuildings ranted, with nrtrmiry lo convenience snd the tails ol the most lloui, snd an abundance of pors water fur ilrlnklng and household ptiiposca.licautiriil sh4 and fruit tree (doming ami beautifying lb entire pwnilses, all E In agonl and heslthy condition Any one desiring chesp yet valuable residence, atnonc a clever and prorpenus people, would do well to eall and cxamlnei to premise before purchasing elsewhere Terras reuonsble. Kiting concluded FOR SAJLE fl ! e farm for sale ii w-- tf John r. rvTitoni:. Kentucky's Jlotilc 9hinflton' Th only line running East TOI. DAUGHEIITY ..,..... a NTANI'OItn, . - KENTUCKY, auece..., w MaitoracTCasRS or p',l,ade,Ph,aN'Y . d ... ... PULLMAN,NEW SLEEPING OARS Fine Carriages, Buggies, A SOLID TRAIN I.oiilHTllle,ClncliiimlliiHtlI,cx-iHgtoi- i, J i Ky., WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In urao depot with fast trslns lor The Direct Bonto to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- AND PHAETONS, WAGONS g, All Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tickets and limber Information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or addreta 0F ""ALL KINDS. Uenl Houthweatern Agent, We macufsctaro Csrrlsges of all descriptions, 310 W Main tit., Lculatllie.Ky. workmen and uatng employing only first-claonly nrat-clsmitertsl, snd sell st reasonable V. W. NHITII, II. W. FULLER. figures style, worknisnshlp snd material ennatd-o- d. (ien'l 1'sM'r Agl. Usn'l Manager, 11 HM. IrAfJHIIKKTT. ltlehmond. Virginia. JAJIT.S t'.KKNKT. y. Informs-Uontos- PENNY & McALISTER Diana is & FANCY e sister-in-la- DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY ARTICLES. a Fbyslclana' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical reparations specialty. Court-hous- Jit., A. OWSLEY & SON, -- l)KAI.i:ilS IX- - til NOTICE! s '' Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queeusware, Glass- T -- ter-Ifl- Wooden ami Willow. v are, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Liiuo, Cement, Field Soods. Flows and Farming Implements. Call and soo the gonuino Hamilton Plow. 1 Super-Intenden- Sale of Town Lots 1 a 1 Court-hous- OPEBA IHCOTTSIE! BLOCK, ". first-cli- JOS. SEVERANCE, J. ROBINSON 0 oIInUe horse-stealin- g e i liiuEii TO THE PUBLIC We Will Sell Everything in our -t TO THE PUBIilC. Kml-neoc- e, CLOTHING STOCK - AT- u. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. ACTUAL MARKET Propr. and its High Reputation, COST! FOB Ox-le- if BAY for work-Hous- e Stanford Female a Purchases Must be Cash., or interest from date. We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and et n, THIS IS THE TIME. TTRTTtTF.. TERMS MODERATE. WARREN & CO. j&nu-MccItl- o Inltriorlonmnl m SOME SHARKS. rtrjHrlrnre I17IA fi Arlnntai Agnu, Spcakin' "bout tho Arkansaw ngcr," natd tho man with tho sandy goiteo and squint eyes in ho leaned back in his chair, " that's whar yon sawniy in caso I'vo got nny left to saw on. Gonllcmcn, garo on mo." Tho crowd gazed. " When I moved down into Arkansaw from Tennessee risin' of sixteen years ngo I w.as pnrty I was, for a fact, I had n dozen sknlcmarms in lovo with mo to once, and hang mo up if overy gal in tho wouldn't break her neck for tho honor of dancin' with mo I Yes, I was pnrty, and I was good. I was so pnrty thnt children cried for me, n jd so good that I was taken fur a preacher on moro'n n hundred occashuns. Whnr has my pnrty gono ? Why, I'vo got to bo tho infcmalist alligator in tho hull swamp, nnd I'm growin' meaner nt tho rnto of a niilo a day I Fact solemn fact, and that cantankerous ngcr is to blamo for tho hull ot it. I'vo cot n squint to my eyes, my nose has been driven buck an inch, and w int teeth I'vo got left havo to bo wedged in overy Sunday with pino pegs or I'd swallow 'cm. Purty? Why, tho sight of my phiz down in St. Louis killed a Texas steer dcad'ni a door nail, and I was tryin' to look handsomo nt that t " "Yon said you hod tho ague." " Said so Do you s'tioso alf tl other calamities in this hull kentrj could have busted mo up this wayt You let I had 'or. I struggled with 'ci right along for 'leven straight y'ars without u let up. Gentlemen, lot mo harrerjour souls with a few timely remarks! Your Michigan ngcr is a gross hopper, and ono doso ot kynecn knocks 'cr dead. Out in Illinoy tho oger ii bigger nbont liko a squirril. In Missouri sho's about tho sizo of a woodchuck, and when sho strikes down into Arkansaw bIio's a wolf three feet high, seven feet long, nnd built to toko hold liko a thousand buzz-sawGreat slams but what tussles I'vo' had with that ere critter! Say, 'did' yo uver rido in a wagin over a stono quarry? Wasyo ever seated on tho top rail of a fenco when a hnmenno moved it nt tho rato of six miles a minit? Did yo ever have a cyclono pick yo up and mop you over forty ncrcs of river bottom, and wallop ycr through ten acre3 of woods nnd use yo for a tool to knock 'down a hundred acres of cane hrako ? Well, that ain't r not the Arkansaw kind jit's only tho first faint preliminaries." He stopped to relight his cigar, and then continued: hain't long to livo, and don't hocr to, Btrdtch this thing any. Tellin' tho truth has alius bin my strong pint, and alius will be. Maybo yo'll get somo idea of tho Arkansaw ager when I tell yo thnt I enco unjinted both shoulders in shakin', and it was a light shako at that Wlien I had on ono. of my.rcg'lar n shakes I could jar a jng ot whisky out of tho crutch of a tree twenty-eigh- t rods oft Nobody dast pilo up cord wood within half a milo of my cabin, and that's a solemn fact I devoured kynecn jusi as you eat com' bocl, nnd my hull system finally got so bitter that a dog who smelt my leg couldn't gol tho pneker out ot 'his mouth insido ofiten daj s. Gentlomeu, I 'do not wish to prolong tills agony. My failfn' is know I'll jump tho ager grab. Pust and begin on Arkansaw skceters, and when I get thcro I'd horror yer souls till yo couldn't sleep fur two weeks. Wo will now havo soma lickcr, and I will seelc. a few needed reposes. Jittoh Gazelle. w -i heart-trings, ball-roo1 s. 1 ono-hotlie-nge- j? mr a? - HtsTonv or A small-vo- x. Iteratd.) rscmuiTvitK. Tlio cultivation of fifth has recently attracted rery great attention nrnontr farmers, and niany who ard fav6rably' located for experimenting in this branch of industry aro WrnHng ponds nnd stocking them with tho best varieties ot food fish. Thus far tho German carp seems to bo tho favorite variety, and they aro being largely introduced. In Iowa several ponds of mord or less havo rocently been arranged, and in sections where those fish liavo been introduced and properly cared for it has been found that thero is profit in tho business. Tlio North Carolina Superintendent ot Fish and x'ishorios says : "Ihavo tho best nnthority for saying" that carp nro among tho choicest freshwater fishes. I havo this from nt least ton persons, no ono having mado n contrary statement, Tho "adaptability of tho carp to our waters . is no longor a question, but well authenticated in nearly overy instance. It is found thnt most ot tho ponds which contain thorn aro near the source of springs. Such locations aro far loss favornblo thaii others whero tho water supply is taken from A much-largbrandies or creeks. growth con be obtained in larger and warmer ponds. Thcro exist in all parts ot tho State mill ponds tlutt will praluco enough carp to moro than supply tho mag-nitn. CJO XJAH'r t . rssVaWeV-si- vt l'lopii' Thnt lint Jleld giray for Tittle Crnlurtrt. IFrorrf the New Tot JO NOUT1I! "BRADFORD" PORTABLE MILL. IIIIIH BILLIlllllSIBt . fl i ha i ,i AitilreM ptaialr THOS BRAOrOROICO. atsbllshed Ia0. TliatlllBNItlB CIU'RCR niHKCTOHT. HKV. sTjiroiar), icy. Tnosday Morning, VIA LOUiaVlLLS -- - January 9, 1883 STATISTICS OF SUICIDE. A' Omifiint inrrrnee of tn ' llrrrnt Yrort. It hna been stated by n writer in n Into English nuignztno thnt tliero lias been n marked revival of snlclclos during tho last hundred years. It is estimated that tho rate, has quintupled in Europe, since. tho middlo of tho last century. Ninety thousand persons tiro said to dio by their own hand each year on tho Continent and tho British Isles. of theso aro pnt down ta mad; tho rest perform tho net knowingly, with n yiovr to some presumed advantage. Tlio rate vary n great deal in different countries In Europe, Tho figures aro higher in tho north (excepting only Russia) than in tho south, and moro people, kill themselves in town than in tho country. It is said that this sort of mortality is greatest among tho Danes, and least among tho Fortngncso, tho figures being fis thirly-flv- o tb one, Tho popular thoory that people hold moro and moro tolifo as they approach its nntnral conclusion is contradicted by statistics, which show that gray hair brings with it, in many cases, n disgust for existence, which renders thosoaflcc tod by it impatient to wait till death comes to them of its own accord. Suicides are nbont twico as frequent abovo 70 as thcyjiro between 2(5 itud .10. f The number of children under 1(5 in life .list is comparatively small, but it is growing rapidly. Nearly 2,000 boys and girls commit each year in Europe. So for, they do not seem to begin before they are 9. That is tho moment, apparently, when tho ills of this world aro nnbearablo to them, as happened to tho boy who drowned himself because of grief at tho 'death of lib canary. At tho ago of 13, however, motives grow to bo moro stupendous, as was tho caso with a boy in France, who hanged himself at that ago, after bequeathing his soul to Rousseau, and his body to tho. earth. Tho returns from all Enropo provo this is a prevailing .rate : That where tlirco men kill tlicmsclvos, 'only ono woman follows their example. Instruction is said .to preduiposo to suicide, wliilo professions do not. A man does not kill himself becauso of his trado, bat a good many men kiH themselves of their knowledge. Saicido is most abundant In tho- rogions whdro schooling is most expanded. Tho inhabitants of countries in which every ono can read aro thoso who commit the most er Ono-fourt- h so - Hereditary influences continue, in certain cases, to rovcal their curions force. Two cases are on record, in each of which seven brothers havo hanged themselves, one after the other. Ono caso was in Saxony and tho other in Tyrol. Climate, it has recently been established, ha3nothincf'to do with suicide, but tho seasons exefciso a 'great Reflect on it' Spring and summer aro thq great suicidal periods everywhere., November is thofniost innocent "saonth in tho year, andMny?Jnno nmVJuly are tho worst so much so, indeed, that twico as maoy suicides hapicn in each of them as in nny winter month. IfOlr lUWItS STICK TO THEIR BEDS. It may be interesting to trace tho behavior of a stream under theso trying circumstances, when a mountain rango rises to dispute its path. Wo are uot hero concerned with thoso mountains which havo arisen suddenly, by catastrophic action, but only with such as havo been slowly evolved. In tho rivers, 'liko all other natural f eateree? sharo in tho general overturning and destruction. When an elevations commonces gradually across tho courso ot a river, its first effect is to lessen tho rapidity of tho current .'.bovo tho crest ot tho elovation and to increase it below that point. Tho crosivo power of a stream is proportional, other things being equal, to tho rapidity of its cur rent. .Erosion ifl "therefore .more rapid below tho crest. Rut this erosion not-only deepens tho bed of tho stream tho crest, but a!o pares away tho crest, from down strea n upward, so that tho point whero tho velocity of tho stream changes is constantly tending This point, then, will always bo found above, i. c, from tho crest of tho obstacle. Tho degree ot obstruction which this rising mass will afford to tho stream depends, notTnt all on tho absoluto height to which it may rise,. but to tho degree of rapidity of its rise as compared with tho crosivo power of tho stream. If tho rate of wo bo greater than tho crosivo power at first, it forms a temporary dam, and sj laW is produced above tho obstacle, which increases in depth until a sufficient fall is given to the stream to enable it to' cut 'at tho eamo rate at which tho rango rises. Then equilibrium is established, and tho cutting goes on at tho samo rate as tho rango iucreaseain elovation. When- - tho rise ceases, tho lakoia gradually" drained in.wholo or in part, as tho river gradually cuU away tho dam by moving its crest A diversion of tho stream can only occur by reason of u now channel being made accessible by the xiso of water back of , tho dap! Such,riu briSf, Is tho conduct of a river when its courbo is in danger from the rise of a mountain range acrots it. It may bo added that tho many examples before us show that in nearly every caso the river has had little trouble in sawing its way through them. Dams havo risen to very great height, nor havo lakes collected to great depths. lopw far Science Monthly. lie-lo- w eel-do- ni Of tho plagues which havo arisen from lime to time, and Infested citios or countries, nono is moro dreaded, nono is moro persistent, nono is moro easily communlcnblo or fatal limn was small-po- x n ccntnry ago. Rut whence or how tho discsso aroeo it is not so easy to say. Other plagues havo voxefl tho earth for a tlrao and then passed away, leaving no vestigo of their ravages, as did tho great plaguo of Athens during tho Pclopon-ncsia- n war, or tho plaguo in tho England of Charles IL; but small-ponot content with twclvo centuries of sway, still holds its own, despite tho discoveries of science. It is unquestionably true that diseases of such contagions natures generally ariso among filthy nnd pcoplo confined in narrow quarters. Tills was Uie 'com with the Athenian plague, nnd it wns ngnin tho caso in tho Jowish quarters of European cities. ConUcioiis dis eases wero comparatively rare among tho Romans nnd Greeks of tho illustrious periods, Owing to tho freo public o baths and excellent sanitary and habits of tho times. It was referral for tho middjo or dark ages to furnish tho most dreadful examples of pestilence. Small-poarose in tho very darkest period of mediaeval times. It first invadod England in the ninth ccntnry ; it was common in Arabia in tho tenth ; tho crusades carried it throngh all Southern Enropo ; it reached Norway in tho fourteenth century; in 1517 it was carried to St Domingo by tho Spaniards along with slavery, tho inquisition, tho rack and a host of other blessings ; threo years later it crossed to Mexico anJ alow threo millions ; it invaded Iceland in 1707 and Greenland in 1738, slaying" a fourth part of the residents in tho former and "a largo proportion of thoso in tho latter country, and, despite all that medical skill hasdonor and is doing to cast it from tho earth, it bids fair to rotain" its hold, in somo measure, as long as fiopnlarignoranco destitution, negligence and carelessness continue to combat tho physicians and tho dictates of common sense Its history is thus unique. Other contagious diseases have proved as fatal under similar circumstances for limited periods, butnono'havo continued Mhoir blasting work for ten centuries in all climates from Moxico to Greenland. It is "not unreasonable, therefore, that its approach should bo hailed with terror, as is tho approach of almost no other disease. Yellow fever and Aaiatio chol era, even, have caused no such pStent anil widespread uosirucuon. llio very air it taints carries infection ; garments in contact with patients carry their baneful, po nor for years if shut up in tight closets; it can bo communicated by mail or by tho wind, by railroad, by ocean voyage, by manifest means which cannot bo guarded against. It is 'not only dangerous, but loathsomo in its progress; if. drives away ono's friends, thrusts him into unutterable tortures and leaves him often a wreck for life, with ruined health When to and disfigured countenance. nil this is added its persistent reappear-nnc- o nt almost definito periods, it is not to bo. woudcretl at that, small-po- x scares; oru.so common. AXIXAL COSIBUSTIOX. Within every living organisla thero aro two opposing forces. Tho "vital force," which produces all tho phenomena of life; holds tho materSd 'elements in nnstable relations against their will, so to speak and iCis4anUgbnjzcd.bjrJ tho natural chemical nfilmtics of tho ItwastaNerothat Tacitus applied ths cloments, which tend to break ddwn tho oppression incredibilium cupilor. What organic compounds and rcarrango tho lie not only desired but achieved in tho elements in moro stable form. This deway of cruelty aud vice would bo de- composition takes plAco in somo degree clared incrcdiblo if Roman history had during tho life of every organism, aud not already shown "what revolting atroc- when lifo ends, or when tho vital forco ities may bo conceived by a diseased im- - ceases to 'act, it rapidly destroys tlio n;nnnMrtn nnil nrprfMilAil liv irrnarwinftihlA structure power. After thor burning of tho city The waste matter resulting from this disintegration must bo immediately reof tho proprietors, in rebuilding it Ho moved from tho body ot tho living aniat once appropriated a nnmbcr of tho mal, pthcrwiso it clogs' and poisons tho sites and a largo portion of tho pnblio system. Tlio m6thod 'of its accomplishgrounds for his new palace. Tho porti- ment is ono of tho most admirablo funccoes, witli their ranks of columns, wero tions of the animal, economy. To n milo long. Tho vcstibnlo .was, large th6 effete matter- - in tho natural enough to contain that colossal statue liquid or solid stato would bo very conseonently it is burned; of him, in silver and gold, ISO feet high, from which tho Colosseum got its name. and tho gaseous fprotlueta of its union Tiio interior was gilded throughout, and with oxygen ore then easily earned adorned with ivory and motheraway. Literally speaking, this makos a Thu ceilings of the dining looms wero furnace of tho body ot every animal; formed of moveable, tablets of ivory, and tho most pressing and. ocoselcss dewhich sh'od flowers nnd perfumes on tho mand of tho system is for oxygen to company. Tho principal salon had a support its firen. Respiration is hence dome which, turniug day and night, im- an absorbing nnd excreting process, itated tho movements of tho terrestrial whereby oxygen is received and ovbonio Ixxlioa. When this palaco waa finished, acid and water removed. It thus beho exclaimed : "At last I am lodged liko comes a mcasuro of the amount of coma man." His diadem was valued at half n bustion. " animals respiIn tho " million. His drebses, which ho never wore twice, wero stiff with embroidery ration bears n direct proportion to tho nnd gold. Ho fished with purplo lines activity and tho heat of tho IkkIv, as tho nnd hooks pf gold. Ho never traveled, former causes u metamorphosis and with less tlinn 1,000 carriages. Tho waste of tissue, and tho latter always Tho fact is one of in'ulea were shod with silver, tho mule- - aids decomposition, teersclothed with the finest wool, and common observation. It is well illus the attendants woro braoslets and nock-lac- trated in tho quickened breathing of a of gold, l'ivo hundred sho asses tired animal, and in tlio almost-entir- e suspension of respiration in tlio"' hiberfollowed his wifo Popproa in her "progresses, t& supply tbilk for Jmr bath, no nating state. Tlio respiration of a " creaturo is increased by d wa foiid of figuring in the circus as a wcath-charibjwr, and in tho theater as a singor artinoial heat In cxtrciruriy-ho- t and aotor.- - tto prtded himself on being cr frogs may havo to leave tho wator au artist, aud, when his possible depo- entirely, and fishes como to tlio surface sition was hinted to him, ho said that to procure air. Itovcrsely, frogs can bo artists could'oioyer be In want. Tliero kept for years in a stato of uuspeudod was not a vice to wtilcJi ho was not animation by n lovtefiiKrijiutind. given, nor a crhno which he- - did not rovivod by warming. Somo low animals can survive freezing or drying for an commitj Yet tho world, exclaims indellnito time ; and, under such condiendured this monster for fonr-loyears, nnd ho was popular with tho tions, thu waste o( tjjoj tiBsu,esjjaiiflt bo entirely buspendod. Popular sclcnca inultitudo, who wero dazzled by his and mistook his senseless pro- Mon thltf, fusion for liberality. Ou tho anniverA Boton lady of cnlcha and color has sary of his death, during many years, sued a white nun for breach of promln they crowded to cover Ida tomb with of uiirrlagv. It is evident that the Hub flowers. "do move." gym-nastix At th- - ttM.wHiaiAiiu, w., iM'r.Tlloil,"LTII Ptayer Meetteig vnry I astor .,.i u..., ntabteietiii she ihlnl. II. I Meltlwfi, W kiim ni. ft a DAILY TRAINS TIIK GAHT AND XOBTH. Free Parlor Cars and New . n. JEsSiffi Jfffli !Llia.ltW hmltl, iiMi.Nvri,. rt Loulsrillo to Clnclniiiitl! msnge, ry Oiaehee Without DAILY TRAINS AND TIIK WEST. 4 liOiiiNVJIIe to St. JaQuIh Sleeptot Cats and Day Coaihea lo Si, Ixrati Wlth- ensensnge No, m aan .. CLIPPER M'F'Q CO., Walnut St., C"nclnnntl, O. , i'ltnUn (lidM SsffilV LnlUDS elu.nl otiirf liAmsehwM Brtlflea. ii, i - i ningarilili'scerrrmt ,,h, rmrVet f'ne Nnnsitlrw an I Terms, BiUtraii the Abtlil0",',"o,,f jprilTOun a, m. rise War II '" en iarnMlMary"cleiy raeele heie Mrs. the til itiind'y lnea.hssr.nth, at ao'elerk. T. T. liiTlm, neehlenl. M. Harci I'ssmr. "ersleee Ha? J. BArTI"T ami Pwirih SwiFlays, mernlug ail Meetl My WedheaJat Darrwwi. . U. H Hnn.larKNxlal9-0- . Hiiperlntemlenl, Thiirsdsj Dighi uTltei-lesil- . ClllllrfrlAN.-Ynr.Blp "Ih"I at jwiM-mm- .ml Pwisrlls Issrd'adaya. nandayrtrkMl l tt l Jos- eieranre, BperlnlerHlHHt f. 8. MeB-- I Tllf"TKlllAN'; Mlti'ril.-ll- ee. W. my. pasioe. Mmlsy Hehoul at W. Itenl, 8Mirlnten.lent Wetlneaday nights. I'nlMi Prayer itestlngen dsy. roparrgssi I'reaelilBi by J. iTtae ef. x Jen nam si. niiitinrrr, ATTORN EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. Cprrlal sltentlea gltea 2 LoulxTlllc DAILY TRAINS to Iiidlannpolln, AND TIIK NOHTII 2 Chicago, ,ue nisraar na YOUTH nhil MAMHOOD V?t. i'f ai raiTM WITH-4- ' tSkSiS'-- .. OUT MCPICINC.. . M T JlillMI I'll' 1 II Atf 'U'Or' I .r '' I . ,1 I.I iXi'innp s - t -l a In ltnLaaulIaw atlid r;,rt ,f Apjw,.. Ui. .. II. Ik II tliun- - rl Aci,ss Wis. THf PUBLI9llrn Urs 131 MilxenVee. Day COaehrs and RceltnlnK Chair Cara Througb Without Lhange. For Wnlilntttois, Hull I mo re, I'lillmlel ihln, Nrn York nml Moslon, This Ii the Very Heat ltoule, as iou Hare No 0?ERA HOUSE, 8T,NroitD. KV FREE! . ..a .1 IkA tlilala in IhstLSL .lwwrllrllrofthClllolAerTliel. and Jseemsl. Iiil . t1nlwl. II VneeslinigilstsnalUlK. vsplalnssaledsutslopeyee. . . - tzmrjw RELIABLE - msngeoi i rsin.M t W. P. WALTON, - Propriotor. Hare TkroaV Day Co'sfhea ea All Tralasl neighborhoods. In all cases where they can bo drawn a profit v .. iTo IndlsnsiMttls sntl (?hlram. snd the ontf may be relied upon if properly stocked ef o'llne gljlnglls latrona s rlJe along .HAM Kl V.a.1Ltlt.lMn with carp." , Vor I'ltketa, lutes. Time, Msr. ie.. arply Wouxn are not cruel by nature. Wo Tlrseet Arnls ,.r I'nllllecllliir a.uic, or never heard of ono thoughtless enough adJrrs Agt., B. H. BHUWM, f.uthcls to step on a mouse. S, K. Cor. 4th and tsln Ms., Loulaillle, Ky surrounding u Have rfdMldnliht'Cihancei Arrlre at fit. tufs t Hoars la Adtsafe ef utner f.iBee, inerecy eecuTins: wjrw un i cosllngcharraofraraan.tgeitleg first choice ol seats lo csn of connecting IIdh, 1 SlisofStsgr, WxJO. Mihttwjm ery Ifstleg siiity.,lneldlM lUamaMe rstea to' paid attrattlons. as al)t ;'. CLN" Addrras .. SELF-CUR- E, Address DH. WARO & CO., Loslstsns, M. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DEPOT ST.STANKOItD, IPiainEnglishl IS Hl-Tt- KY., fj5"'"'"ij OunriHC Chuwaji mil thi iih aMaj3' llKai-kiwri-1- EXPIIESSEDI .ii Mff-- p 0.1. WISE, DBXLKIN MsDuraeflta, llMdstenfw, Tublrls. .tc Msll.ls Work 0' all kinds Si Sllf dm l.lssd -. I , rb l,..ai ifc.1'- I r..aiiri. 4J sSmi wall ssl ii writ aJ .oitf' it ,i ".. a waw sa I I as it.-.- . 11.. w al l , r..d .: B, B i . KH ,, l'irrr i, .,Mi P r. I wa. sa-- . u i A i .ui t .. uaMialUlwarei t The Government of South Australia ire nbont to build a new Houso of Parliament at Adolaido, at tho cost of KENTUCKY 14,000,000. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taktn inttrhilly the blood and the mu coos rurfice of the system. l'rl:-- , 75c, For sale by IVnny & McAlister, Stanford If Catarrh has destroyed jour sense of smell and hearing, Haii' Catarrh Cure will cure yon, 73 cents per bottle. Druggists selliU $100 nnwAlii) Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken internally. Price, 75 cents. Or, to J. D. 1I1LI, llml. Kialgrant Act., LeUnon, Kfatlicbj ... rlli. ,! ha mA . . mi JmmXlh iai rMttsjM ISA la shoal ess . I m U laa bss aBh I '' " OH. aw ' 1 ia IBM nsnr al ftseaaupeflat ''?" us at ': f laa .a-- rarasfisH. matly execu-t- n n guar-snle- bii.i CENTRAL fl. B. V FA TBbTV wKfl-- 0NBBBBPTff 'xlBBBXr-' Tfiseeiy trvulilea ty or Im' f, VWTinBawaBKasXBawxwksaaL on sppl n. ga.laad Bacvvua4 of tVa. .iulr le aent postal esint to HtMtiiy 1,0. it. Louts, Mo. T.. i Bead ews tsmeOfi Wear aw.tr ur at. 1 wltlllVM-wciiae- r.i i X HARfeliS i'i'iultlirra lull r i"trM man l.l debili- mi --THE MOST DESIIUllLKltOUTE TO It acts directl.upoil LANE & B0TJLEY CO. $1.25 TWICE A WEEK. $1.25 Tho Boat, Ifowalost nnd Cheapest does, less changes and auperlor acconituodatlooeto And decidedly the Popular Ketile, aSordlna.asIt Miuouri, low, KaniAi, Texas, Nowspnpor in tho South. GOLD MEDAL 0V THI. W " CEU3MTED IA "I ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, The North, Northwest and West. Id fsef-- lf you Semi-Week- ly mnumblili s lrtn In sjiv dlrntlou. rour loterest (Hi 'ui nl will be bestKrrr4br purchasing your tickets la K. C. snd Ctnclnnitl. 1 Trains eschwsy Jil'ull. Steam Engine and Saw man l'alaea I atai Kleganl New Day loacbsa, ana KfSryrtidy should Ukelt. It (lers th Islnt bin.i.nul fuinlili) lUcllnluer Chair Cars lorm wrHi-lie- s, the unequalrd eiulBmenta"of thla Old ltellable,- newsdayslnadrauisof theIs ilrimierntlr, but Irsa mnnry ituMiad al AdsBia la 1B1I. sn.f It thereby rnsklog a trip oter this line one ol lainIt at the sams tlwe linlepeuileiil la Msnafsf.or.i" i.f ."aaa I'.nclsas, Hsllsrs. none con rort anu pumsursw j ry u oonlalna the best nvws sumiuarv. lHa best iesulls Sse Mills. lanKdgi Lth Meehlnes. Halt Ilacgers. matter I lis btl idttmlsli and lb hrst Ktaikei re-- ' and Sp iks MscLln.r) Tlit; table, in Erreor on. is. j fl 25 per year. Oetrinr.UrlitaisU Hsnr Mills Ntad far starlal ( Irral.r rar s I Plablallen No. 1 7 N0- No.. SoCTII. saw Sill. iblh ne aril Ut SEMi VOIt Sl'KCIMKX COI'IKS. Wpm S 00 ami IMpn Lie. CoTlngtn Ksery fiitner, eerry metehant, leery leader o 10 a iu I 10 n m Olspm " Falmouth ubacrlbe at unns ' 11 10 M a ta 5 OV p w tnsa ,.m muithaielt. Cjnthlana IteroemWr -- you gel 101 4pars and iloutle the, lis a? imm I'arla p ni 1 1 iV .U1 reading natter gUen hy au ardlistr wnkly t 12 pm Arr. Iilngum. 9.X1.?, and It comes to yoji tirlre i trrrli. 1 p n 7 SO p tn Lee. Lexington Hsnd tbe money to our agent tn your etiuoiy or 20 p m 1210 am Arr. Winchester Fi.tflnl attttatton ir.rD t VUttUttoQ Ma - ML Sterling 7 21 p IP (Opm UU am remit direct to us 3 01pm ebiatrf. itturrte4 t M4lrir JW LOlloVILLK IMr AstiUnd...... 7 21 p sr LoulieHle Kr. aa CO., " liunllnglon Jc I OS p lllvs The Post! 'f ililc. ib. T ,. IlKin lilpx ru 3 Ko.l. SO llpw Ko.. S290 JsAn d II W- -r LA.NE NOBIII. Lee. Huntington No. 1. BODLEY HI:, Clnrlnnall, Winchester Arr, Lexington Lre. uiingiso " a arts .. mm. ' AshhlotU. " Mt. Sterling rynthlana.. IS SS .illI 21 u lloia1 ' IS ttopat S OO " Fslraoath Arr. CuilrnUin . M 20 10 3 a in a a m ISO am 1Q a m p p ta p ui 7 4S aim a ra pm l pm p m 10 19' m p in 11 S3 a n u HALL'S Ratarrh fSlE 18 BECOMMEHDQ) a- V- TUTTS EXPE6 la enmiowal . liliu Stapni eiopin tOpui KB m ii" M .riingik-ms ,i, double-back-actio- mAyhville pivmfiN TTEBS ITsitetter's Stomach TMtnt clrrs steaill-ncto lbs ncrtrH, lmluoea u litalthr, natural flow of bile, prevents coniUialkm without unduly purKinir the bowtlf, ptn-tl- jr ttluiulalca the circulation unit bjr n tlgoroas condition of Ui.ili-- . leal iitcm. projnoue. Alio, that U the truest Indication of A eorulltlcm of ill I tho animal rxiwera., for &al by nil Iruircrats and Dcalcrr m cheerful-aessuhi- No. tLr lilagtODA pro. MaystllleflOUam, No. 10 t. , . u u..l m mt. No. Ii " Maysiljhn 1 09 pm No. Arr Hays Tills lupm Uain .. Islington d t. in. " UxlwtonlUpiB BY TOTCiriAr; X Laelty-Clironlu I generally. ' 1883. Harper's Magazine! ILLVflTRATED. Uarper'a liasaalne beglna lt alxtf-tlxt- h with Ike Vttt' mbr number. It ia not only Ide mot popular IlluXralrU trlodlrl In Amenta and Fncland? but also the untret In Ita scheme, the mcut Waaatlfal 0 Ita apruaraoce, and Ibe belt uiagaitne for the bonis. A new note), entitled "Kor the Major," if Cunitance KenlnioraWoolson, wa bejran In the Noeem-l- r tie author number Ia literary and artistic excellence, numtie Msgailoe luiprorea with each successive lightber. Special efiorts bare been made lor the ed entertainment of He readera through humorous m stories, sketches, At. Utceratlrot CStarrti of tho Cnr, Ceo or runs dally and hudaycoaehia from ClnThroat. It to taken IMTtHhl ALLY, nixl rlnnall to IVsjhlngton, Pullman sleepers to Kan a. nctB DIRECTLY upon th Dlood una Muooue Surliioei of tho System, tt wbal'sllt. W.Va. bb.I ItecllnlraCbalr Car to Lea. Ingtoa. atoiv only al ststlous on K. C, It. U. Ii tho hoot Olood Purlfla. In tlu WOKLO, n.ld tawonh ALL thnt lo where time Is gl ten. No. i runs dally, exorpll ' Charcot for it, for THAT alone. Hunday. haa through coathealo Hun Ington. No, 4 runs dally, except Sunday, haalhrnugh coaches to Ml hterllnganil parloreajljiMaTsriila. N. 5- DHL? CURS FOR CATAPeP,!! runs dally, has elrgsntMay cuach from Washingtin, Pullman sleeper front Kanawha Kails and MAitKirr33 laulorcsrs from Leaincion tounclnaati. limy And wo offer Ona Hundred Dotiara tor nny ilireeatopa. xos. i ana a run asuyr except nun- Cnso of Ontirrn It vltl not finer. oar, ana nareinrougn cxiarnes ironi iiuBiinginn anilMLhterllng. NV casi:. Direct connection at lxliioo with stages fur hlchiaond.Ky., Lawrencaburg.s;y., Cn I OHloa of A. I nrawar.T ant Versailles, Ky. t'nicinu. Ill . Junr4. If,l i Ifrssrs. F. J. Citntyit Ok, Jofa",-- . U 0. U lirtOWN. O. W I1ENDER, (itntlrmrn -- I ULn tlraro In Infi rtnlnir r.m Superintendent. Oen'l Pasa. A Tkt. AgL (leneral porta, CuilBgloo, Kt, that I liaio luvcil Hall a Catarrh Cure. It Ium eery bad -- ami don't lieedtAtnlo cured ru I aar that It will cure any eaae of C'alarrUlf taken Catarrh of tho Nasal ouiuaa ana .penueala Hie aubstniue nrtlie an I.uiii;,, aspectoinles the ii(4 Id matter n i ,.iilloiasaa tut ttis.c. il. relleeee Hie lr soatltliisr. coallnp;, vl. It cleauses rILAtlou il.it c ,un He enugb lliolunRsurnll luiiiurlllss, slsentillieiia s disease, iBtlfor-ala1 dlirt. .1 mi- mmi tnH u Infltmruati.Mi.t. tliemwlieiiesireelileit ly ttii cacua Ma i.r no i .Mi, sud btaresthe Mli;lit eulila nlteii rsiit In l eaiiaitmiitlois. Ills ilanueroiis to Healed Client, Apply ilm temcil) promptly, A V- - lis Mart Hm that i'S H tltoflwil liaremeity haa ever lieeia foil ml that Is aa TUTTS IXPICIORA.HT. prompt mi- -, nv Aslncle ilose raises the ililes;inlsuuluas nerTi.uisf-i.nt otxunv. dress lahe It sraillly,I liirattualtle n t a rn'ih will tlhi: i Cincinnati, Kaw Orleans & rruperlr. Tens Pacific Railway. Deo.3l.ilU2. Yuir tnilr, J. U WciTtitiircan. 8to a wrttca n. Mmiur, Jackaeo, Mich.,iiottli:.Uare luvl Catarrh for Sd rear. Hall's Catarrh Cure cured mn. Cunider It worth tWKDa bottle. by all DnicBltat 51 eta. prr Ix4t1r Manufactiire4 an.1 aoMbr J CIU.VCV A: CO tortii ACT DIRECTLY ON THE LlVk-lr- . (tires Clillla nml Tearer. ISspepsIa, I TUTT'S PILLS eery well,aslnlapiUBt e atlrnulateatbe stom,. i irstopsth,. 'r.imittsTirortotbe .."V.Y. :I5 lnrray BT' m Prlre.'Jrte, WHITE FOU TUTT'S MACUAL rRtL- pleasant enrillal, ChilI Croup Ilia) trnrfsmilr. In tl.V.snil ftl Hollies. A ' i'mi .... Blek lleadaehe. lllllous tolls,! onsilpa. lion. Illietuuatliia, rites, 1'alpltatlouor the Heart, Dlaalueaa, Torpid I.lTer.and female Irrnt;ularltlea. It ywi da not "feci miijvniu IneSect BTATIOJC8. TO LU0, UUIO. 1 t,ii a? i .MB - 1 Hi J for aale In Wsntld be copy A M. ALsler CINCINNAT bUUTHEKS DIVISION BOCIIUIOUKI'. IIAIIPEII'H rJBMODICALS, rasa .Taua.-Ilarrer- fa - Msesslne. -Harper's Wwlly,... T..-' ,0M -.. llsrper'a Baur . ...V7..,... A.U .U , J. 51 A..M S ftfll J.......-.....- .10 in Lee. Cincinnati. - -- ' - AM IMI tllO The thick alnre publication o 00 ,. I0 3SII1 Ml use " Oeorittownu, Any TwoaboT aiainl.i. -. 7IOU2 00 -- ,1.50 -. l'eoplrai. ......," Lexington llarper'a Young 7 SO.iJ . I" NlchpTaaellle.......- -. il S2iii a? i llari-e- r ajsgsiine. 5 00 .. "H ' Ilfeh Hrldira IlirncHs Youna; People. ?.L II S2lito) 77 J2 111 .. lla.....-- -I.'pnkiln ttinara IJLnrv. ODS Tver. ,- - V4 im HairodaburgJunct'nilt ,12 tJi 1115! B Ml 11 JO 20 12,57 Dsnillls M.4U M (SipuuiUrt) r. I 1 S If ." Danville JuTicllon rostsusfree ta all uibkrlLcn In the United '" boment 1 . N!3 2 20 ' Ktatca sr Cansd.t. " lVlat Hurnskle.IAnt 2U S so ... i" UakVaJe Juoctloa Thqeolumessf the Msssatiui bwla with, the lUCBWOOU MMMM. H4 7 CTl (to numbers lor June and ' lceuilr ol each year. yr" Hi 7 mi 2 7 JO at .:.u., Hnrlng City When no time la spcclned, It will tie' understood rwyoa, ....m.. Sl I JO IS cur-rt- ut last the subscriber wishes to bef In with Ibe au w,...- - lion Arr. thaiamxga . ...,. number. yolumea of Uan('a Uaeailne, Irt The Int eight KUKTIIUUVBU nest rlolh'Llmlfne'. will be" acbllrr tnsli; Pustpald iKell tin A, V , on receipt of f S per eoluuie. Clslh cases, tit ulu)- r Acm .. t. kt i rI l.H.,r,NSO n - All Index lo HsiirVMsKiilne, Alphabetical Ana- soo 4 OOl C inrl l'l..iflI. for V lumra 1 to 00. Iel- - Jtt. P h ai t a n (VU I. lira! 1.. I llaiVftA. SIS i I0 7 sKsfrom June, 1810,1s June, 1(50,000 Tol.,ro. 7u; bprlug eiii). ,.,- - Dl 9 "t Kockwoud ... 7 SI ilAKl'KK A IlHpTirEKH,w York. ......T, t 13 10 M 'wax jisiejunciion.. 7 17 i'i"i Lex 1 Ai i'einl liurnsldd.... . .. .... ..,.. .,. u 3 ho 1 'KipJNIgt'Acmin Mall Dally and lex I'jp ,Nol7 No 5, K V. A. I75ual3 Writes: Artar a. tnorouen. trial ort IRON TONIC, I taka pLrasuro W i romMeuilfois or 1m- IwW of iron, i'erurian jxirwiiuu j (VOj;.Aorus(n a jauuniMs farm. 'or JMM .ll.laj. lilr, J'nMlraKonof ffiat of J'otecrs it la inilUiienea-H- e. Jelll, .... ,,7 .... si rPURIFIES RSTV.J.li.TOWNEIl, ., S, ,l .....:. i.H) bemeutod tjy xtat use. Minlstcra nnd Pub- lla Speaker wiUlind It, of tns createat valuo, wneron Tonlole ueeoa-aarI rooonuneact It as a reltablo remedial statent, posaeaalntg nutrltlvo asd reatorntiv propertloe. smerai ii. x. ion. sTreatly tn Btatlnr that I xUsto txten BLC10D TC ludaatry, 111., says- :"Iconatileall a most excellent remodv Cnr tho debllltaUHl vital forces. naAgsriTMbR.HARTER mediciwe Co., tug.iiae7.,e?.i;:i3r a, THE- - J!.... 1883. ogmswi..,. Hanfllleubltlou- DauflltaX. .1...i llsiriudsl.urg-juuct 2 Ii .up, as I 00 ' 1 12 Harper's WeQjtfyJ mI If d es Uturgetowiu.. .. fit 7 Ti.rtra w.vtv kiintla si Ihs titad of Aiaerlcau Art, Cluclpnati..nI.i.... ,. lla uuprlan weekly lllustuted MAllllfa JouryaU. lly IllUllrallODS. 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