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Tho following, taken from "Tit Bits," a London funny paper, is an IV. . WALTON. CdHer and Propnttor excellent illustration of tho character T. R.WALTON.j?. . Jfousfntis Manager of English wit. Tho prize for the best joko (Ono Guinea) has been l'ltlllivil Ttiri1iu rutcf Vrhlttu, awarded to Miss D. liutnby, 205, Iload, Salford, for tho following: sa.nii A young man got into a railway carriago whero two demur- er. serlptlen, and I dm of ! looking maiden-ladi- es of uncertain nemlnsttens tiner tbrweenl. age sat, one at each end. He. sat down on tho centre scat opposite, nnd Tht Catftiof at BriaHatt. as their journey proceeded endeavor"Yes," mM the boy, wild n vncant ed to get up a conversation with them look, "I Into no interest in the pleasIIo fouud them, however, consideraure of tho cliaso any mor, though I bly incensed nt tho impropriety of a did hnvo a little quiet fun this mornstranger addressing them.. IIo thereing at tho breakfast table. You teo fore determined to play a trick upon pa it tho coulrarU-s-t wan over .was. them. When they entered the darkIf I oomplain that nny thing at tho ness of tho tunnel ho kissed the back tablo duujt tiujto good, pa says it's all of his hand loudly several limes, and right, riiu morning I took the? sjr "darling." Each of the whispered up pitcher nud emptied nut tho white ladies, of course, thought that the tyrup and put In miiio cod'ljvar oil other was sanctioning the embrace, tliitt in a is taking fur her couch.. I and Iho looks which passed between jiallcr. put- Miine olt my fwtncnkt. ami- - u "" "Now, madam," said tho official, them as they emerged from the tuntendeil tu tastoof it, nnd I told pa after tho widow had thrown back her nel may Iks easy to imagine, but ims four, and not fit tn cat. veil tho syrup and slated her business, "we aro possible to detcribo. l'a was iiml in n second, and ho tour-e- l willing to do what is fair in this matA good nowspaper may fall into erout somtiuiUiis pancakes and laid ter. There is really no occasion to go ror through accident on the part of I mis getting: too cotifounded purlieu to law. It is a dolicato subject to dis persons who serve it, but no newspalar. Ho said tho eyrup was gool cuss; so I think, without going into per worthy the name ever makes inenough lor htm, nnd he lopjwd hi the merits of it, I will tender you a tentional misstatements. Its reputa pancakes into it ami find bo mo down check fur (4.000 and you will sign n tion for trustworthiness is tho largest lit neck. He is a gaul darned hypu pspjr releasing the company from all part of its capital as a public journal. crilo that's what ho Is. I could ee further demands." It intends every statement it publishes till was by his lace that tliu cd-liv- er The widow started and said: "How to be unquestioned and unquestiona near killing him, hut he atiil the eyr much?'1 bio truth; and if it is led into error, up was all right, and if I didn't eat "I am authorized to pay you S4,- - the cause will always he found easy of niiiiepHheM -lircak my ntokjaiid b) 000." houcst explanation. A conscientious IITiHil t0tat it, and pi he guess, "I accept it," sho said very much accuracy is the first essential of journjrcitalcd. ul h fiailn'Hfjjjnt tniujth aptite nnd nalism, and this paper keeps it conTho check was handed over, the he would jcit ilrinia cup nf coOie stantly in view. The signed and tho widow walked nut and eat a domiL I like to died, and idea that "you cau't believe any thiug that I think mako this dinppint into tho street in a bcwilderod frame you read in a newspaper, is falso. tnettt in lore harder t War. Itut I of mind. As sho cashed tha check. When ono reflects upon the number ?" "'o'1 K"t a vury she said to herself, confidentially: "I MUim of facts which a well conducted news troj; liftnillW: nfid whu she gnt didn't expect to get mnro than 850. I pax:r is called upon to publish every that railroad fellow didn't i aoiiM f ibat col liTr il in her mouth reckon week, nnd tho innumerable and wido He went up & know how old that rnulo was." ktn n lnirn),ml ly divergent sources from which it It had never occurred to her that pa had to help her, am! e had noo necessarily obtains information, it is Might 1r,iii mnfafat;. I eat icktt she had' sustained any loss in the death marvelous that its columns are kept tKt(s) the tntft ont of my mnutli, of her husband. On the other hand. tn so free from error. Tho average indiand then I kifil for irWhirft! girls the official said tn one of the clerks: vidual isjar less truthful than tho They wit Utormioh syrup any way, "That lady is letting us of! dirt cheap. newspaper. nnd whmt the) got on lo tlmt cod liver We usually have to pay 85,000 for The hounds used for tho purposo of nil n lot nt it, nno rf running over husbands." It did not occur to him that the tracing runaway slaves wero not bloodthem an nob girl. he gut up from nii(l Hit her haud on her widow bad sustained any lose whatev hounds, according to the assertion ot lliataUe nnd er in tho, death of the valuable laule.ia several old Virginians, but were comcorlot 1 awl'. swl 'hawhWhat a striking .illustration of.the, mon hounds, trained to follow any wdiil CiQti1.4ii .kflchwi looking as They were not ImIp nlinn i& tLui ilfo has; powder fact- - that diirerent people Took atTthe thing, even a wagon. Tex- - U6cd for hunting, but were kept only on hertiioe, and ihe nlher girl who is samo thing jn a difletent light. for the purpose of tracing fugitive Dulrh. the swallowed n panenko and as Riflings. slaves. They were harmless, so far as said, 'Mine 1!II. vn do lujtlcr from Milling Jot. biting was concerned. A South CarLexington-correspondemc,' and b A nt out and leaned of the against the eoal hit). Then tlipy Louisville PmI says : The people'are olina man, who formerly owned a talked Irish and Dutch, ami got clulw getting tired of the Blackburn fami- thousand negroes, declares that no nud tiarled to I'Mik fur me, rind I ly. They ffel that with Joe in Con- genuine bloodhound was ever seen in Ex. thought I Hi.uld come over here. The gress, tho Doctor, Governor, Jim, that Stale. whole family weigk, but it is. not Secretary of State, and young Jim, A ScoaESTios to Blackuuuk. fmm Itiwi, lik my illius, ami they Assistant Adjutaut General, the situ- Tho State troops of Kentucky will bo will get over it. whilo I shall fill an ation is drifting into nepotism worso sent to Carter connty next month to carl gtnr lait not until I hare inado than that which characterized tho protect Neal and Craft. And if the In addition to the Governor of Kentucky will kindly that girl ami tho tojegraph messenger Grant reign. with they was dead. Pa and I are alnive, several near relatives of tho permit us, wo will suggest that ho algoing lo I'hicagu next week, nnd I'll ISInekburns are in dflico. Said ono so send troops to protect the people bet we'll Jiavo soinoinn. P.fsayi" I patriot "It is. like eating mola&se s from the troops and some more troops iieul m cliniigo of air, and I think he a little is palatable; but when you try to protect the troops from the people. is gulug trji try to 1"'SP mo. It's a to snallon a quart, it clugs on tho apCincinnati Enquirer. oohlKlny wjieii I ggt loft any where petite.' This 'growing; uupopularity It was lately shown, in a suit in that I otlti't find my way back. "Well, is not due so much to Joe as to the IVck'a Governor. His frrmitmt p.irdons Paris, that a married man had paid goodbye, old pntatoes." huu. havo reujleed him eo unpopular with over 820,000 blackmail rather than A Woman'h Opinion' or Trous I tho masses that thoy. feel like tiirniue havo his wife know that he had written to an actress two love letters, una Trousers positively excito my their backs on the whole family. The which was silly, as ho could have told winth, thoy aroso outrageously ugly. Governor may not know it, but he is 0 her tho same timo ho gave her a Take n palr.and hang them up nuy steadily killing Joo iu a political sense necklace, and it would havo been whero nu a unll, of a clfiilr Few of our leading citizens defend all right. What meaiiy. cnntempiiblo looking his ubiiko of the pardoning power, The use of nrUflcia! leather is uow things theyurul Jiookat ihjtloug, whilo cynr gnniMerJn the communihelplets, dangling legs T Ono almost ty is loud iu his praUe on every occa- suggested for buggy tops, and forup bolstering purposes where leather is espials lo see them run of! with thorn sion prescuUd. now used. Tho uow material has tho selves to hide their, couscious ugliness. The harmony of married lifo dc- Of course thoy are soiled and slnvou-1- ) pejid almost entirely' upon .dinners. alleged advantage ot being much more impervious to water than tho genuine nro" too ; thoy miii' bo, for thoy It is not so much tho stato of the heart or natural article, while iTii found to tight to bo held up like our poor, as the condition of tho stomach which much abiiird.skirU, nud nuilo long makes a man happy, It is better for wear longer and looks better. enough, whou tho streets'aro wet, in n woman rank heresy, wo know Tho now tnrifT revision reported by receivo all tho muddy, Hying drops of to bo ablo tn, make a pleasant home, President Arthur's Commissioners t the boot heels. I Indeed, bo little thau to talk Greek. Before mar- turns out, on closo. inquiry, to be lit have men Ihenifelvca for this riage thu ability to sing divinely tie above another ' Washington garment, that I liavo finpre and to play impossible music job. set un by the officers an. than once teen thorn rub out 'thonc very attractive; but when two pontcdlbyjihe law for the purpose of arc cumulation of dust with a blacking i." 1U1T. .i.FJit.n i i.I :.:' Ulr wiu i..5" people settle down to loving each oth utunuiifj UIU 0itll brush. f Chicago IiPcture. er for forty or fifty years, the kitchen Gath. Celluloid is u composition of fine inevitably emphasizes itself, and the Not more 'than "6W time in' fifty tissue paper nud camphor, treated chances pf success are greater with a does a clergyman give out a hymn with chemicals by n patented process. comely house-wifthan with an ac- wjthout f ddWg,that suchjafcd; UhJ A rather common inipreesiou that it complished beauty who knows eyery verse will be omitted. This adds va contains gun cotton is a mistake, thing except bow to mako the house riety to the entertainment and makes which arises from confounding it with attractive. the people think that the pastor is a cellodion. Celluloid, it is said, ii enDu'eber Watch-cas- e Company man of vast erudition in musical mat The tirely non explosive, and burns only -at Newport, Ky., claims to bo the ters. when iu direct contact with flame. "The meanest job I ever under largest of the kiud iu the world. They When crude it looks like transparent 700 men and turn out 700 took," said a Colorado man, "was that gum, audits color is a light yellow empby watch-case- s per day, They make of apologizing to a widow on behalf of brown. It can bo made as hard as their own tools, of which they use a vigilance committee which had just ivory, but is always elastic, and can 10,000 worth. They will soon add a banged her husband by mistake. It lo molded into any conceivable form, 8 new feature to their establishment iu was hard to find just tho oxcuee that With equal easo it cau be colored iu would satisfy her." auy tint desired, the dyo running the manufacture of "filled gold" cases, tho entire substance, nud be- which they proposo to tell uuder the through Which travels fastest, heat or coldt ing, therefore, ineffaceable. truo name ot plated cases. Heat; because you can catch a cold Inltriorloumnl from Oifltnnt Standpoint). i'isu annum. ritrptte-nattthani- Not long sinco Wakefield 9tnrkey, of Austin, whllo crossing tho track of tho International & Great Northern Jlailroad on la valuable rnulo, mi struck by tho locomotive ami killol. The rnulo was also hurlod into eternity. Wakefield Btarkey, although a perfect gentleman on tho street, was a domestic tyrant of tho deepest dye. Without nny provocation whatever, ho used lobent his wife ncd'lock her up in a wardrobe; hence, when sho heard of his death, it was not so much a case pjfhcavy bereavement its it was of mitigated allllction. As the cngiti cor of the locomotivo was clearly to blame for the accident, it was suggested to the widow that sho bring suit for damages. Hho resolved to do so, and called at tho offico of the railway company. Tho proper official happened to be in- - The widow bad such a clear caso against the company that it was deemed advisable lo compromise the Ho-ge- first-clas- - lt pa-cr- s much-mouthe- r?r 1'itorr.Rstom. Watttrton on tht htut. Tho issuo between Protection and T. W. Vi!lU. WALtlCK K. VAIXON. Ilcvcnuo is as distinct as it is irrepresT. W. A W.B VAIlNON, sible. It will not get out of politics, ArTOiiNKvn jvrr XjA."v, STANFORD, KY. because it belongs there. It will Oflr In Owilf- - A Son'i new bulldlm-- up lUlri. down at no man's bidding, because it ALEX. ANDF.ItBON, , involves a great wrong that must be ATTOIlNXSY A.'X- - IA,-VDANVILLE, KY., be conrighted, Nor can its terms Will pritltc la th Conrtt of llojl id1 tdjalnlnf fused by misleading sophisms. All eountltt nj la Ibe Court of App-tl-i. that wo contend for is tho establishDR J. O. CAIU'ENTEn, ment of the principlo of Uovcuue, STANFORD, KENTUCKY versus the principle of Protection, in Offictoftr RoM. 8. Lytle'i itore. OOlcs hoort levying of impost duties. Mr. Payne from S la 5JJ in.l 7 to 8 rvu. is correct in saying that no civilized LEE P. UUFPM AS. ujarv'riHrr, country has over adopted frco trade. 8UUOMON STANFORD, KY. South tide No ono is proposing freo trado now OBce Mreri Hotel. Htln Street, two doori abort the though the bullying protectionists Fur Nltroiii Oxldt Ou tdmlnltUred whin required. seek to force the fighting on that lino nam n. Tho question is : a tariff for revenuo ATTOR N EY AT LAW, and a hundred nnd fifty, or two Mt. Vornon, Ky. hundred millions at that, which by prtctlce Mi profoMloo lo Itockcutla and Will the necessities of the case carries its adjoining countlri tml In tho Court of Appeal. Ppocltl attention (Wen to eollectlom. own "incidental protection" with it and a tariff for revenue, arranged to produce the largest amount of revo- RICHMOND nuo to tho Government and only to the Government, at least cost to the people. 'This is our proposition, pure I hate recently opened In Illtbtuond a Urge and and simple. complete Hanlng Mill, and am prepared to Inrnlih Tho bill which passed tho Senato ererr kind of providing that tho President may ap BUILDERS' MATERIAL! point heirs apparent and heirs pre iKctcnmo sumptive in his cabinet, is hardly a Flooring, democratic measure. It will hardly WcattierbonrriliiK, Doern, NhmIi, HIIihIh, I.ntliM, find favor with the peopio of this Ninlr- country. It is a difficult question to NIiIurIch. MouItlliiKN, settle, but it seems more consistent WIlfH, tl'C with our form of government incase A I fell at price eucli a the abore article can be bought of death of tho President and Vico laio In Loulntllle, rinclnnul, or other whule-can nouie. I am lure I homomate it io youiI am to patronlie Initltatlon. President that the succession should alto a practical go to one elected by the representatives. There is something not pleasant in the reflection that tho President And am rr'parr-- i tnfurnlih dwignsuml rstltnat?i ttuIMiDgtiiml all ktoII work will be selecting his cabinet with re- forThat I am doing nokinds ofbuilness,can bejudg amalt rd from tb fact that m bank account rum from ference to tho succession. Thero is ll.AOO to 82 MM tr wrrk. CVmtrctlnj too much of tho idea of personal pow iivinc prices. and building dooo promptly and at Aaarcu C. H. NTAFFORD, er about it. Cincinnati News. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera Houso Block, DKiVIiaitt-- l DrugH, C.iettilrnlH, Stanford, Ky., IVIiich, l'nliitri. OIIh, Wall Paper. Donkx, Stationery, Noups. ix MiihIcrI IiiMlrumeHtH, NccdlcH. J.anipH, Perfumery, JMquorH, CigiirH, TeliHccoH, Pocket Cuttlcrj, Fire Annn, Machine Our Jenclry, MlTcnrnro and Cptlcnl (Jonds Dcpnrtmrnt In In Charge of Col. Tlios. Mellaril, nlio nlll llcpnlr W ntclics and Clocks Promptly and In tbe btst stjlc. iiimimrr, H. G. RUPLEY, Stanford, A Splendid 9IERCIUNT Stock of OLMIIsOlt, Kentucky, Fall and Winter first-clas- s PLANING MILLS! Wishes to Inform his Fatrons of Stanford and vicinity that ha has received Goods, Which he guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DKAI,EKH IX- - ARCHITECT, Harchvare and Groceries, Glassware, Queensware, Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Orates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Limo, Coxuont, Field Seeds, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and see the genuine Hamilton Plow. av-cra- - M!' "William Walton, the infuriated lover who killed Miss Milburn, at Belle ville; 111., becauso she refured to marry .him, left a diary which contained tho following reference to his rejection: "It was that lovely evening. I fully hoped that we should become husband and wife, and had no thought that one so dear would give me the bounce. But bounces do come in many ways and forms, so I pray for those I leave behind, who have not got the bounce. I pray give them not the bounce Good-byforever." His next act was to blowout his brains with a pistol. e Afflicted, Attention Ml. GAM'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED 11V I W. K. OANN, M. D., OPEBA IHZOTTSIE BLOCK. I desire to call MOKTICEIXQ, KY. i nt is said that John Wesley walking along a road with a brother who related to him bis troubles, saying ho did not know what he should do. They were at the moment passing a stone fence to a meadow, over which a cow was looking. "Do you know," asked Wesley, "why that cow looks over that wall ??' "No," replied the one in trouble. e "I will tell you,"said Wtsley, she can't look through it; and that is the way you must do with your troubles, look over and above them." ouce "bo-caus- It out the length and breadth ol the land, and at Standard Famllr Mediclnea, they cannot b excelled, ant are fully lutxtintlated by the itroug-e- it testimonial!. For Coughi, Coldf, Croup, Bronchitis, Comunip-tlo- n and all Dlieucaa ot the Throat and Lungi, was Tbo world It filled with the wonderful, Uautl-fu- l and Intricate Invention ol man. Tel all the combined talent and aenlu, tb.t the world hai ever known ha, never produced anything that can compare with ''Dr. Uann'a Kcniedles" Medical kill and aclence have, vet. tailed to dlicover anv thing equal to them, for the euro of the for which ther are recommended. Ai their vlrtuea and uiea are nralied br tbouundi through u your special attention to the Use Dr. Diwaaes, Onnn's Cough Syrup. Liver Cure. For Liver Complalnt,DyipcpiIa,Indlge9tlon.Jaun-dice- . Constipation, Sour Stomach and all Bilious Use Dr. SJnim'H Use Dr. Gann'M Use Dr. Giiun's Uhc For Rheumatlim, Neuralgia, Sprains, llrLtses and an external application fur manor Swellings beait jSBnKSrF In ornamentation and is unequalled. Liniment. which for utility, durability, periection in operation, taste IB For Files, Hemorrhoids, Burm, Flitula and all lrullar dlstasea, Pile Ointment. Adapting et a For Freah Cute, Burns, Ulcers and Old Sores, . The Governor's Pardon Retort. The list of pardons granted by Gov. Blackburn will soon bo published. It should be bound in morocco, and entitled "The Works of too Soft a Heart in an Age of Crime," and preserved as a warning for these who ay hereafter occupy tho gubernatoMarion Press. rial chair. Tho young man who is so squeamishly nico at home about his food, and who can't eat this or that thing unless it is just, so, will go into a restaurant and freely partako of mysterious com estibles, undaunted by capillary impertinences and entomological abominations. -- BostonTranscript. Fathers often mako a great mistake in briuging up their sons to follow their own trado. A Philadelphia trunkmakcr was wiser. lie had ten sous, and all aro now baggagemen on railroad passenger trains. The trunk maker is getting rich. Dr. Gnnn'H DUter-SweOiutuicut. Use Dr.Giuiu'H Stomach ItlttcrH A Reliable Tonic. Appetlier and Blood Turitter, Indigestion, Liver and alto cures Complaint, Malarial Fevers and all periodical Diseases. Manufactured and for sale by Sole proprietor, Moutlcello, Ky, 0STA1I orders tl by in. II will receive riompt attention. ll 8rc reaping a tdllns our Kitchen Queen Safety Lamps Snnd other household article w. ie. GhAirasr, :m:. flPCUTP d., I O Mst 81,-00- made in sections. As the center burns out much faster than the ends, this piece three can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Ventilated Chamber behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. The Broiling facilities are superior lo any other Stove; tilt the grate and rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal bnilt on it, if desired-Manother conveniences are attached to this Stove, which I ask you to, examine before buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B.Montgomery, Mrs. W.F. McKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKinney, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Mrs. Br. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O. A. Lackey as to the advantages the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, the Eange to any kind of fuel. The Fire Back is ihe-hsc- k No, , CO., CLIPPER ()D Walnut St., Cincinnati, 388 NTF'G WRw on tho market. ForNnmple and Trriu-)- , address tho W. H. HIGrGIIffS. O. OPERA HOUSE, -- STAN THE BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. It Is FORI). KY. VT. P. WALTON, Propriotor. SOME 3,000 Site of Stage, JOx&O, KUht com 'lete sets ol Been SAVE AND DUB ABLE! ery sealing capacity, inciumug gaiicry. w. lleasonable ratee to good attractions. Addroaa In fad, tiers ll no Knglue that -- qua a 11 for I'rl-e- . HlmMlcIljr. Durability and tollable Work. as above. Just THE ENlJlSblaDrlT res-pec- safo-bural- ary Worse Than Nothing. KOSIIFERS PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, A wag, o .I speaking ot a friend whom ho suspect ed of living altogether beyond his means; observed that he believed he "would owe soveral thousand dollars after all his debts were paid." Inquisitive pceple are the funnels of conversation. They do not take in anything for their own use, but merely to'pass it to one another.- - Sir I., bteelo. Htll's Cstirrh Care Is taken Internally Wood iSaw.s, Elevator, Cotton GiiiN, Corn Mills, iBfflK V Creameries, n Feed Mills, M Hay Xre.sseN, Eatlie.s, Ac, It actt directly upon the blood and Ihe mu cout surftces of the tjittm. l'rice, 76c, IVnnjr A McAlliter, Klin ford. For sale If Catarrh has dfdrojtd four state of swell and hearing, Htll's Catarrh Cure will cure joo. 75 cents per bottle. Druggitts tell It. oftho dCHlrnble Call at The Interior Journal Olllco ami UiikIhch In operation, ltemember every KhkIbs Iiiih our cuaraiilee. Kcatl It t j BlTTEBs Bs urat. flow ol' bile. irttTcnts coiiatliiaClon without unduly )uruintf the bowels, k tly atimulatea the circulation nnd by iiro uoling u vigorous cuuilltiou or the liye leal s)strni. romotei. also, that chtvrlul-m.- a which it the lru.t Indxitlon of a veil, of all the bllmci'l condition DrujtirUla auuual powtrs. and Uvelcts for halo by all Iloiltller'a Sumach nnurs tin ttntill tn lbs lienra, luducrauhcallliy, nat We say to all imrchasers that we luarantte our llookwalttr EDglnta to be wall and substantially msdr; to le sale, simple, durable audcoiuiiltte Id conitructtoui to arork wetland ztfe the rutl powtr claluitd whu prorlr attached and luaaage I We uiske the aboiegusrautse. and tell eo the follow, lue conditions, nil' will glie the vurcbavrtbe Srst SUdaysafter tbe arrlialof Ibe taginelo gtto II a ulraud saturactory trial, lncaiebe Engine tills to couienp to our guarantee, we wilt tike back tbe Engine, rfluudemj dollar received on IbeLuglne. provided Ibe purcuawr rsturns Ibe Knglneto his nearesi railroad stailou, aud leaf ea It subject to our order by tbe close olsald SO nays' trial. (.eriataiy no uisu touw a a ura mora iioerat ouer ana coairar i, JIOOkkwaru for any cue of Cittrrh that cto't be eured with Hall's Cattrrh Cure. Taken Internally. Price, 75 cents. It offered 1 (cncrally, I'oeer Lnlneaod boiler S0 M -.llorse rower r.uglue aut uutrer cU-H- o .. US 00 . lower rngiueaud Hotter ..m. u iV M . Power tldiitneaud Uoller Uellrered on cars at tyirlugOeld, Uble For further Information aud dpecrlpllTeiiauiiiblet, aidroM Ihe manufacturers, 03 tf A CO., NprlHglleltl, JAMES LOOK AT OUR PRICES i ......... I.KrrKIi Obl. Stnu-S3lttkl- 0 inferior journal Qa,j.iTEioiar), kit. Tuesday Morning, - January 10, 1883 M' EDITOR i li i I ! Corn SMArr, Clerk in the back tax Notions, Boots, Slioes nud Clothing for tho next This wnyi of Providenco are nt greatly reduced prices. Heavy Hoofs, Collector's office, Louisville, is also interpretation. It is demonstrated K. P. OWSLKY. Shoes and Clothing a Specialty. implicated in tho whotesalo robbery of everyfdity bat unusually forcibly in the u l- r. ja is iiiu ttijr, at j. .u. nurso ounpp nu: iuu we of.Enslneer Melville, of tlio lost The widow of the lata Chlet Jus ever was caught In and all becauso he lice Hardin, ol Kentucky, has been been The weather for the paat weak has JcinelteM which went in search of what la termed, by the Gooe Hone, tried to Cope with his superior offi driven to insanity by her privations. Cho North Polo. Always a tyrant Almanacs, Vennor and other weather cen in thievery. anil a pereecutnr of the woman whom Tho steamer City of Greenville, prophets', changeable. was Our pedestrians have kept pretty lev packet Laura ho had promised at the altar to lovo, PHARMACISTS It was a Connecticut minister whoso Lee, runtheinto by the River and her Mississippi in during the slippery reaaon. We cherish and protect, it was a relief no salary was raised (25 n year and half cargo of 700 hogsheads of sugar, nttrasa ix- Ac, barn't bean! of any dislocated or broken L .. ucs T doubt to her when he set sail to bo the fish ho caught. And he was the valued with tho boat at 8100,000 was llm) up to the present writing, We were ( cfcJ3rrrr .' .V Drugs, Books, Stationery gono tor yeara and perhaps forover, only man never suspected of exagger lost. on the atreet once, and hlppenlni; to hear MlVtf and Jfcanoy Articles. but n cruel tato ordained that while Dr. Bliss didn't draw the moner a peculiar "squeal" behind us, looked ation in his statements of the number Ph;t)ilini' pretiltlflni jctuntHj ewnrmnxled. allowed him by the Garfield board of around jott in lime to see, to our everlastIwtter'rhen should find a frozen tomb he captured. A 1m audit, but got a friend l draw it for ing shame, be it ssld, a fair damsel, franin tho far ofl Arctic regions, he should jf;uTTi,ilnsf notes or cvrreWeTents. him. Perhaps it might havo been as tically grabbing out Into space, we supbo returned' to the systematic pcrsecu Mrs. Langtry will bo in Louis well for his patient in this case if his pose at some imaginary object, to preterit Til The Brooklyn jury awarded Miss tiou of tho poor little woman who had doctoring had been done in the same her corporeal system from coming In too ville.Fcb 8. and 10. Largest Mock of Waif lira, borno his children. Ho met her on Livingston, tho entire amount of way. hisly communication with the underlying Clark Mills, tho celebrated sculptI lurks, Jewelry Mlremnre The Marquis of Lome and the strata of dried deposits of the lower sain-rla- n his return ns n bruto and n mnnslor damages sho asked against Henry or, is dead at Washington. Kfrr Ucugbl to this Market Tilers Uwrr ilitrj Fleming, 875,000, for seduction under The 1 isses from tho German flood Princess Louise, with their party, would and his first step was to have formation, vulgarly known as brick i ho In writ Wslrhea Cork, anj Its. wcro in Louisvillo yesterday after Because of the rlrlna tboiliKtlrrsrrl Wirr.nleJ. intense delicacy of the her (1 ragged from her little ones to a promise of marriage. Tho proof was are estimated at about 820,600,000. noon, arriving on a JJaltimnro and subject im ntif nt nnnnfv .ll.. material, and otherwise, we forbear mnd hniiwl after trumping up foul that Fleming, who is a wealthy oil and has a surplus of 84,037.30 in the Vhl i"""' a.nd ,eV"S ?omi further utterance. charges oflcvcry sort against her. She merchant, deliberately set about the treasury. 'bo Chesapeake and Ohio for Rich- Last year was a very unfavorable one is not iusnne, though the treatment girl's ruin which, after having won Under the fee system, tho Clerk , T. J.' for ,. .. The crops in this coun? LUU JUijr 1U VUU UOUI u. would have driven a majority of wo her young affections and naming a of tho U. 8. Supremo Court gets 830, ty waa a very Inferior one, much of It hard Anchor-agMaddox, an attendant at the 000 a year. ly worth cutting, and the weather this men crazy, and alio has just been per- day for marriage, he easily accomLunatic Asylum, indicted for the The shipping bill as passed by the mitted to tell the psthetic story of her plished and then, fiend like, delertcd murder of Otto Jansen, an inmate, by Winter has been unfavorable for rotting, iiouso is said to be ot no practical wrongs, which, while they bear un her. A handsome boy was the result value whatever. crtnlty in ducking him, decided that ao that none, or very little of the crop thai was grown ha .been prepared for market mtstakably tho impress of truth, show of the seduction and its little face, Tho ico harvest on the Hudson is he is guilty of voluntary manslaugh- With a favorable season, as goo I hemp which boro very plainly the linea an abundant one, the yield being 13 ter, and hia punishment was fixed at such a malignant and heartless cruel four months imprisonment in the can be grown tn this county, as any in the Having bought out S. II. Jlauglinian, wo will Wen) ty as to appear impossible that man ments of its miserable father, was a inches, thick and clear. rjute. Our hemp growers must not be Philip Matthews, for the murder county jail, and a fine rf 8100. on hand u nice lot of Horse and liugglos. which w o should be guilty of such hellish deeds silent but strong proof of the girl's of A young lady disappeared mys- discouraged by last year's failure. It was, will his sweetheart, was strangled to let reasonable rates. V, ill also board Horses Death is far too good for such cren story. It would be well after Flem- death at Belleville, III.. Friday. teriously at St. Louis, Mo., while on to a greater or less degree, general through out Kentucky. We believe that while wr by tho day or week. We are also iu t u res as Melville, and if tho law can ing has paid the last farthing of the Tho Sunday Argui tells of an In- her way to a convent where she had damage, if a law making seduction a dependent movement which is to Dom- been studying. Great excitement are on the hemp interest of the county we notlpuhiih him, a mob should raelc TI-IK- S will make a suggestion. It appear that felony, could be enforced against him. inate Green Clay Smith for Governor. prevailed in that city, and on 'Chance outhis;deieri8. it would be a good inveatment if some of Tennessee's defaulting Treasurer 820,000 was quickly subscribed as a And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a He would then but illy atone for the Tun Danvillo Advocate replying to life he bos wrecked and ruined for arrived nt Nashville Saturday night, reward for tho missing girl, dead or our moneyed men wonld erect a warehouse dejected, and was nlaeed in alive. This was all the abductors and hackling house In Lancaster. There liberal share of tho patronage of the public in general. sad and n long article in defence of Black- ever. wanted and sho was restored but can is now in a good year, enough hemp jail. burn published in bis organ, the Yeo A. Respectfully, X V, HTANFOHD, Ksntuoky. The Louisville Pod, a paper gov- It is reported from Washington give no account of her whereabouts. grown in the county to kep from 25 to 50 man? expresses ittelf in this manly crped it seems by whims and men employed during the hackling reatho President will not sign the caprices, that and unimpas8ioncd way, which will Railroad Proipictt. son. With a home market the amount takes occasion to say somo mean thing Filz John Porter bill if it passes the LlSCOIJT Cocktt, Jak. 15, 1883. would be doubled. Farmers can't afford nouee. striko n popular chord wherever it is about Judge Owsley, which are both to raise hemp, and haul it to N'icholaaville The Mt. Sterling National Bank Editor Inttrivr Journal read: "While wo cherish for GoverThinking joar readers inljht be in- to market uncalled for and untrue. Judging declared a semi annual dividend of 0 nor Blackburn, personally, not the from his writings wo would take Col per cent, tho largest wo havo heard of terested in s brief recital of whit his been Bucklen's Arnica Salre. we regard bis course slightest done and i now tains done by the citizens Sears to bo one of the sourest and this time. The test salr Id the world for Cuts, Drolies, of Adair, Metcalfe and other counties along Botes, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, in granting pardons, respites and ro Tho Kentucky Union and KenFtr tferei. Teller, crossest old dyspeptics in the business tucky Central railroads have decided the line of the proposed Cincinnati, Green ChappeJ Hindi, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin missions as being, in a largo majority Judge Owsley is tho peer, if not the to use the same bed from Paris to Hirer A Nashville Railroad, toward secur- Eruptions, ami posltlrely cores pllss. Itlifnar- of cases, very reprehensible, and be- superior, of Knott or Jones, and the Winchester. ing Iu construction through said counties, snleed toflTt entire satlilwllooor money rcfunJ-ePrice U tents per boa. For sal by Penny & lieve that ho has done much to retard One hundred and five clerks have T beg to state that Adair county has come .VcAU.tir man who would underrate or misrep the growth of the State, and to in resent him, does so either ignorantly been discharged from tho Census Of- manfully np to her work and is still putfit of Cost. crease tho evils which beset us. It is fice at Washington and tho other COO ting forth her best exertions Already ah XM prooawlablo to ttat the msrltaof a (rest or maliciously. ought to be. through four- - rrmnly one that will poaltlrsly curs Cotnump- has secured the for this reason wo have spoken of him STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. A cablegram reports that 300 fifths or more of the county; donation in tlon, Ooufhs, Coldi, A itb ma, Dronehltls, er any The Now York Sun is greatly dis as we have heretofore done, and it is requested persons perished Saturday by the money, between $3,000 and $4,000. aeTeral sfftctlonsf thsThrott snd Luni-- rt II embraces! SlHpIo hhi! Fniiry Csrnrvrlt'N, Patent huiI Family for this.reason that we shall hereafter pleased with the inaugural address burning to call st of a circus building at Ber hundred acres of Ian J and a numb-- r of ties gets Trial Peony A McAIUter's Drui Store snd Bmleof Dr. King's New DlacOTery Flour, Meal, Itaceii and Tolmeett ntul lunrx. Wood arraign him scarcely hoping that he and tho appointments that Oov.Cleve-lan- d dicher, Russia Poland. to be delivered on the road bed. Depot for Cbntomptlon, Iree of coat, which wlllahow has made since his induction into en, Willow and Tinware, Ihu iuiiI QueciiMiHre. There are at present 149 inmates grounds will also be given. Tn the next 10 you what s regular dollar-il- u bottl will Ha. may be in any way moved to change mined Uoodst el all kluiKHMiu'elHlly. his course, but with the desire to let office. His course so far, it says, pro in the Institute for Feeble Minded days Adair will ronnd up her subscriptions Kcuietulier lliu place, "Tho LISIASTKU IDTIBTISKIE5TK. Corner More." our coostitnents know what harm can vokeS regret that Folger was not cho children in Frankfort, which cost the and I fear will put Lincoln and Casey State 834,440.52 last year. counties to shame, in that ther hare fallen bo done by the abuses of official pow- sen in his stead, and shows how un It is now leared that 118 people short of their duty. It is proper to say, H. O. KA.UFFMAN, , erful order that they may avoid these iortunate the democrats sometimes .....w fw .o.iwi. ;.u tuoA.enuai lr... while I write, that I have no knowledge of. uuubd evils in futuro by electing only suita are in tho selection of the men they hre. Only live bodies have been re LANCASTER, KY. what Lincoln county has done within the Muter raise into high places. The Sun is covered from the ruins at present Irrull fnurt. Will ble candidates." last ten days, having been absent from the prattles Commlulotisrnarrard Uarrard snd adjolnlnj In all toa Court of Athea Thomas was elected by the T evideutly trying to handicap Cleveof ..."!. iuu ib liiswiin oi Appeus. 'Hon. Phil Thompson, it is said, Tennessee Legislature to fill the office county; hope to hear favorable accounts haa not islthe onlyjman in the Kentucky del- land's boom; if ho has one, for Presi of Treasurer, disgraced by Polk. It ber actions. If the right been obtained, please nrge the Importance dent in 1884. took 22 ballots to reach the result. who is for Blackburn for egation The Committee on elections has of this being done at once, alo the securing STiirroiD Stsht The Courier- - Journal is exceedingly Speaker. This is but a pardonable decided in the Manning case that of the depot grounds. It will be necessary - - KENTUCKY display of gratitude on his part but he happy because tho Lower House of to have moneyed subscription for this pur LANCASTER, there has been no election for Con should not in showing it, do violeuce the Tennessee Legislature adopted a gressman in the Second Mississipp pose. Could onr large properly holders and wealthy men be Induced to lead off In JOHN T. HIGOIXS, PROPRIETOu. to the wishes of the people he repre- resolution instructing its representa- District. Dr. S. A. Mudd, who was exiled a subscription of $500 each? Others would sents. Wo have taken the pains to tives in Congress to vote for a "Tariff follow with smaller amounts and the nee A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL question many of his constituents ou for Revenue only." It strikes us that to the Dry Tortugas for harboring Jno. Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Presi estary sum, say $5,000, secured at once th'o subject and havo found John Grit-f- in that Legislature has other business In sfery particular, Th patronai ol tbs publlo Metcalfe connty, recently visited, has ob dent Lincoln, is dead at his home in solicited, snd aatl.tacllon guuantMd. Carlisle to be the choice one of at that it ought to attend to before med- Maryland. talned the entire except least nino-tent- hs of them. They all, dling with purely National affairs. atata Auditor Hewitt has sent a from four persona and it la expected they For Sale I however, with one accord agree that They might adopt a resolution that circular to the Sheriffs urging early will glre it. Ten additional committee- A Texas honesty is the best policy and stick to remittance, to meet tho demands of men have been appointed to aid the origiBlackburn is a bright and brilliant public school teachers, whoso salaries nal committee and are at work. Dspot I will sell or exchaoc toy Farm in Texai tor land. In (JarrsrJ, MaiWin, fellow, but hardly composed of the it in regard to the State debt. coungrounds hare been secured in the county, ties, rhl. farm I. tltuated Lincoln or Boj! county are now due. In Tarrant stuff of which a Speaker 'should bo Teia,. about 12 or U miles Mouth of tbs cltrof The small-pois raging in Balti- beside a money subscription and aIo a Fort Worth and about The most liberal estimates of tho t aims dlatsncs North of made. id, in jonoaou county Cbntaloa cost of taking and publishing the re more worse than has ever been known donation of railroad lie. Barren, Allen, UXOi iit oi ueDurne. land, all under frncs with a Aereu any city in the united states. Sumner and Davidson counties (the two mod barn uponolllAus rood water on nl.nt It I. snd "Black Jack" Logan's three day's sults of the tenth census put the fig' in Imt-rnfarming land sod I ll speech against the relief of Fitz John ures at 83,000,000, whila there were Thero were over 300 new cases report- latter in Tennessee) have done their duly liwatrd for ralalpscattle being nn tperlullu a high plateau ed in ono week. v wr.r, ,,, ,,! .(irania I wai.r and are ready to submit their proposition-- , wi"t II la Porter,' in which he characterized, him many, who were surprised tutored route of the that it A sovero earthquake which last- while Nashville is in the front with well kboulons mi- l- Ka.tof Ibe It. Fort Woriha as a traitor and a criminal, rebounded could in any way cost so much. But ed 45 seconds, threw peopje from nigh $250,000. Glasgow and Danville are completed In s Itlollrande and It . which will be abort lime, slan about S ullrs Weal otto, (J V A now In in the wronged General's favor and it has already absorbed more than their cbiars, clocks from mantels and contending for the prize, ami should they tion rora H Worth Vaota Fee It It This farmdera to (JaJicloo la in w brat raI.triirartlon the made music among the dishes and win, will be entitled justly to It. It is em an at cotton and dcalrablsfor any on or North. tho bill for his benefit went through fivo and a half millions and still an leaaiaod Ttry wanting or raiw cauls the Senate by a vote of 35 to 27. appropriation of 8100,000 is asked furniture, shook up Paducah Friday. more than probable that the propositions to uu.i.uui nuuia miiu iieiiera on lbs plan-- ( wun uiai A silver spoke was driven, Fri from all points will be in by the last of one flne Short lloin Ilull, S yeara oU Ihla 8rlnic; Cameron, Hoar and Sewell, aro the for. There has evidently been a good day, on the Mexican Pacific farming Implnnrnta, that I will trad with railway this month; and let it not be said that old alao place. th, M. HrliKK IU.'A, republicans who were mauly enough deal of stealing as well as bungling in extension, connecting it with tho lll-SJan II, IU) Lancsilsr, Ky Lincoln falters in her duty, or that Casey Southern Pacific, and giving a direct fail to appreciate her golden opportunity. to do right in the matter. Tho bill tho business. line from San Francisco to New Or- It is believed that the meetings to be held was amended so that Porter will reEach of the three Lunatic Asy- leans. In Casey this week, will result in brlnglrg ceive no allowance prior to hi) rein lums in tho State give out that they The Knights of Honor, which up her subscription to what It ought to be; statement in the army. aro crowded to their utmost capacity, order originated in Louisville nine certainly not less than a contribution of half years ago, began the It is said that the Government has but notwithstanding, they have never and a n membership of 135,000, year and tie sufficient for the road with and through the county, beside depot grounds. already paid the three lawyers in the been known to refuse a pay patient has paid in sick and death benefits to C. II.JtociirsTEii. Star Route cases that Brewster hired nor to send one home as harmless or its members over 89,000,000. P. 8. At the tneetiug in Ailntr county to do what he should have done him- incurable as long as the pay is forthThe Postmaster General has self, over 890,000 and they are still coming. They can always make room made an order that all letters upon on the Olh Inst, ererjr one present, with on. ly one exception, as I learned, made condrawiug pay at 8100, 850 and 825 for them, but an unfortunato poor which one full rato of postage has been prepaid, shall bo forwarded at tributions. Some doubled their donations per day, Before tho trials are over man has frequently to lie in a misera- the request of the party addressed, previously made. the government will have lost fully ble jail till they choose to find a place without additional charge for postage. as much by Brewster's negligence as for him. Fivo jiersons were burned to death in the Planters' Hotel at St. by Dorsey'a steal. The obliging and accomplished L'tuis, Sunday. The rest tho peoThe Illinois House has adopted a General Ticket and Passenger Agent ple, about 320 in number, of DEPARTMENT. escaped in resolution declaring any person hold- of the Kentucky Central R R., Mr. their night clothes. Tho loss caused ing a State office ineligible for elec C. L. Brown, has our thanks for re by the fire amounted to about 830,- - noiJT. It. WEHT, Editor. tion as IT. S. Senator. Such a law cent favors. For doing a nice thing uuu LANCASTER. The Senate Committee Coal adduced last week from 13 to 16 would bo a good gne in Kentucky, in tho nicest way, Mr. Brown is pe has agreed to report the House bill where the Governorship is sought onculiarly eutitled not only to the cako for the issuance ot postal notes for cents per buahel. ENTEPRISE GROCERY, Theatrical Troupes hare thus far, thia ly as a stepping stone to tho Senate but the wholo bakery and it is no won- transmission in the mails of sums less seaaon, glrto Lancaster the "go by." We never did believe in forcing too der tho K. C. under his care is grow than five dollars, for which a fee of Mrs. Maliala Djehouse, died at her three cents is to ba charted for each many offices on a man at once. ing in popularity all the time. home near town, Saturday night, of , note issued proposes The Gov. Cuixust 1ms secured the cautariff It is reported that Arthur has ex- reductions nendintr amount bill 879.839.- Ice) waa gathered In this Yiclnltr last of to the cus nomination for Seuator from Illi pressed himself tired of the duties of Friday. It was about three Inches (hick. - .Wbolsuls sod EsUll Dealer. In nois, to succeed David Davis. This i president. Well, let him resign and 324, of which 845.049 000 is to come Several houses were filled. Boots, Shoes, Huts, Cups, &cM to sell in tills way. Itc- from the tariff and 834 700,324 from rough on Internal Revenue in uiu man rreuugnuyseu nave a internal pretty Iter, W. J. Holliclaw, of Lincoln taxation. All internal taxes, Staple and Fanoy Groceries', Qaeeni iii e in bur Commissioner Ilauui, who has neglect- chance, as under the presidential suc- save those upon tobacco in its several county, will preach at the Fork of Dix ware, Oauware, Candiei, Hirer llaptlst Church, the 4th Hunday In ed his duties for mouths trying to fix cession bill passed by the Senate, be is forms, spirits and beer, aro abolished of a stock of goods that we arc closing out, This is not the tail-enthis month. by the bill. Fruiti.CIgari and his fences to as to get it. heir apparent to the throue. Little Marr, daughter of Mr. John Richard Taylor, while coon huntbut the Largest and most desirable stock of goods in Stanford. Tobacco. Gill, has been quite sick for several das, Wj: are indebted to our thoughtful Rout. Bonner, of the N.Y Ledger, ing the other night, fell over a t Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy, We QUOCmV-- A WELLUOHT- S Seuator, Hon. James B. Deck, for tho who was lately in this section buying bluff, and struck a pino log in his de but we are glad to report that he I much A eJ, roomy boua. Efsrylblngnsst aa better now. official report of the Tariff Cum in is fust horses, owns 8382 000 worth of scent, broke the log and then got up will make no new accounts, axeept to our regular customers, a pin, and price, low.r than Mis Marjr Harris died at her home who aud walked home. He he expert rcr. . siou and a document showing the fine horses. Thirty years ago he was encod no trouble from says accident, near this place, Saturday, Bhe waa In her the will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon; will be a journeyman printer iu New York except present rates of Tanfl. They a soreness of bis body. The 19th year. Her remain were interred at Don't fall to See Them tn the Kite Mock. December 19, 1882. City at a salary of 810 per week. log is a wreck. yery bandy for futuro reference Somerset Reporter. this place yesterdsy. pl New York Sun, as nearly other dcmocratlo paper does, oV jfcls to the presidential succession bill lately passed by the Senate, making tho Cabinet members heirs apparent to tho ofllco in caso of death, removal, Ac., of the president, and sug gests that a bill insuring a continuous existence of Congress bo passed. "Each Congress should assemble nud com plele its organization when the preceding Congrei expires. The work of organization over, Congress might ad journ until the entuing December; but meanwhilo there would havo been created the political entity a Speaker of the House of Representatives contemplated by the law determining the succession to tho presidency.'' This would be considerably too much of a good thing as far ns Congress is concerned but it would always insure a head to the government. Tub Ik 1881, tho primary election to nominate a candidate for representative was held in this couaty on the 4th Saturday in May. It would be well this year to settle the wholo matter on tho 1st Saturday, when the delegates nro to be appointed to nominate Stato officers. E- - Ml and P. OWSLEY- 1 WIIX SKM, MY 30 DAYS el Bvj Cfoofls, i 1 -:- Ifoaay&M'AUate .. vtu2if WSSm JLISTJD at Jlrr r ",... hemp-grower- Idvfflfi Sale Feefl HARNESS SKCODP. -- COAL rriVXJi29 T. lA Ki,LiK l, H. C. O GKOCEK, St. Asaph BIocI. Stanford. BRIGHTI right-of-wa- i,-- M ri..n y IUEGIIN GREAT CLOSING OUT HOUSE! SALE. right-of-wa- Farm CHEiVAULT, x tr -- SEVERAIttCO STANFORD, KY., fa-- !, a right-of-wa- y Desire to close out their New House! entire stock of goods imew croons Garrard County GEO. D. BURDETT & CO. And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost Post-offic- We have S15,000 worth of new and Fall and Winter LANCASTER. Dry desirable Notions, Goods, Clothing-d 40-foo- FIIWT-CLAS- j 191-lj- r. Semi- - tSa?A.3ST3?OIM), Tuesday Morning, ICY. - January 16, 1883 . I " L. 4 ' M. IOCAL TIME CARD. North oulH. , , I'aiasiigerlrslns t iMrt to a.m. LOCAL NOTICES. IIuv Paiota nl Penny A McAllsler. N'mv tnek nf Jewelry ami Siltrwsre it renny a .MoAtnier'. WAruilM, Clucks rniil Jewelry reiiaireil And wnrrentcil by Priiny A NIcAlister SrANliAltli .Shswt Mimic, Vocal nJ fur 10 emu it Penny A McAl later' ImIHIR muck of Window Ola, all Mien Don Hie iMlik nlaa fur (lower I'lie. Penny A.MoAIMer. PERSONAL. Mil David Kl.am lias Rone In Louis- Till.. Kalmyk I M IUllou V 1 is attending; of Hsrrotla-burn- a , in nl lea rcilleae In Mm i Iiulstllle. Hannah I'uTfKr, Mra vWllin Walton. Mr. A.T XtlNNELuer, who haa been threatened with pneueionla, It much better AltM Laura Adams waa rWllne Miaa Hallle Oreen. Tlier went to Danvlllo Mn Humr Ht y. Park and wire, ninml, iirrhern wltn of tho Theological .Seminary, lml-till- e, la with hia sister, Mr- - II (I Alfi.ril.ini a few data KuWLKR Dit. CLIFTO ant family bateuinred to the house of D. V Vande Hold Mn J IC Jamej. i tirw if of Rich taking the in Slanfnrd, the lallrr having inntrd to the ne lately occupied by Judge Hnwn Mr II. It Makon, large contractor on the Krnluckr Central was hereyestcr-dar- . He wllc to buy corn and those hating il for ash- - might do well to write to him at ML Vermin. Jtrixir. M II. waa here yesterday en route to Ml Vernon. He la looking well and ! apparently confident that he Is gnlnt to lie the next goeernor of ttil grand nlij Omumnweallh v ucr LOCAL UATTERS. Fnesit Oysters at II U llrlghl'a. G. A NEW agent otrfled all the mall by yesterday. S K n. Mits Smith llANsronti, tlleJ auddenly at HarratliihorK, Sunday. Oliver iNn, Uiiu.t.rm plawa on banda for the at W. II Hlccln.'. TilHl is abilHlrly the dulleit time we eferexperiencwl In Stanford. Will IIailcv, who lieeast Mr. ltlaliard IHI.b's, breke bl arm eery badly Friday. on, nice I it uf orangea, lem bananas, Malaga itraM and a fine line of French candle at II C IlnghlV Jl)r rroel'rd be plentiful next Summer far It will be a nian'a own fault If be doea IoeotWlir to hlm-ell not aupply ihla farorable weather. stopped the town clo:k Sat. unlay nlghl. 'Thl- - la the third lime it baa atupel in litelre years, and alee I cauaed II each lime. I lUVKa$Wiuf furniture, Including pring mattress ted, which I will sell fur $10. Almest us ged aa new. Apply to me at Stanford. T T. D.iele-a. JllL sllkt KiK!itxrr.K, in a letter elsewhere, a tfoud r.iwirt tH the railroad Linin xuuie ( the lower cmntiea coln arawva tit be reeling nn her oara .STOP AT W It Iliggina' C4NflbIw.il line b rae turning Oil, glfra and ee i.ie plow, aingle iihI ib uble annrel. mid liarmw. All hse-lu- g alfcite phtwaiMn add Ike harrow altaib Infill J W llAYtikN will ili)xa of hia large linu nf otrtoiats and boula. until further iiHtlre, at onal fur ca.li. Ooiiaidering that the winter ia hardly begun, the offer la ea- peciallT liberal. . attending a dental college at l'hiUdtlpbia, fell down alaira while rushiig willi n hit of student to a lecture and bruise two finger of hit left hand. other aludtnt alao Buffered broken bones. V. It I'lMrtV, nil i ia one tiik devda ncently leccrded ia from Daniel Stagg, Kr., conveying half of hia Stanford property to 8. 1'.Slagg and another from J. M. Held to T. L. Car-prnt- er for a hnu-- e and len arrta of land In the Weat End for $1,000 Axo.no Till". Lcgialatiev race ia beginning to a a lively ahape. Another Richmond haa entered the field and ia announced In thia Inane. J. H. Murphy la the gentleman and a more aolid or clever a man could hardly be found. m We don't know enough about Richmond to nay whether It ia true or not, but a drummer, who thlnka he knowa It all, aaya that It baa nmre fine churchea and lew religion, fewrr liirrooui and more whiaky, than anr other town in the Stale. Tilt: fellow who pUyed the character of Lawyer Marka iu I'ncle Tnm'a Cabin, and who, by the way, waa tho only paMably good aclor in the troupe, waa bidlr bitten during a perby one of llie blnoilhotinda formance in IiOiilavllle, the other night. m It hkM4 tint Xunuellpy only got clear of killing MilIU tMiip the Jury preferred that it tnklut hta life Thi-- who are aaked pellii m for ihr pardon of Ollniore to algn and Merce, now In the penitentiary for complicity In the aauie murder, will pleaw make a note of the item In our Mt. Vernon letter. Maimiial Joe Miller, falling to make baud aa aoon a he aliuuld, the City Council met Saturday and elected Newell Eld more maralial, who i to haie John fur deputy Xewland ia to do all the work and the rTaron he waa not appointed directly ia owing to a fooliah clauae in the Charier, requiring a uiirehal to be resident of the town for at leait one year. John will make aood officer. He allowed that at Crab Orchard He baa given bond and la now on duly. e New-lan- f? ANoriirn arrival of Oliver plowa at W. A farmer jlvea the (larkCoQnly Dm GLAnMci JJAirroy, tho Washington II Hlyglna' ye.lerday. otrol the following price par cwt. that be editor who figured in tho BoUddo affair, haa fur his dog since 1872: In U a nephow of Ilarton Key, whom Qen. ForHalk. Three handaome reaidencea. 1871, obtained In $3 87; 1873, $4; in 1874, $0; In Sickles killed many years ago. Will aell very cheap, Stanford, Dec. 25, 1875, $050; In 1870. $0; In 1877, $5: In '82. W.Craig. 1878, $2 50; lo 1879, $390; In 1880, $4 20; iir liut report from tho Bender famI iiahr two American Hewing Machine', In 1881, $5 50; in 1882, $4. The general ily places tho old man in tho mountains guaranteed lo do good work, which I will average for ihe eleven resrs is $4 HO per of Oregon. He must bo tired of that pell cheap for caah or trade It. K, Wearen cwt He has handled err average of over country, and tho noxt rrnort should .... Hi , land him down among tho pines of North Ir YOU want angar by the barrel or coflee 100 hogs each year by the aack, It will pay you to get my Carolina. ML VERNON DEPARTMENT. pricea, I am headquarters for gooda in Mnn. Donnis, who was recently etran. Sam. M. Burdtit, Editor. quantity. II. C Ilright. Saturday waa the most disagreeable glod to death and robbed near St, Louis I AM compelled to hare all that. la due day of ihe Winter thus far. by her grnudsoti, Itiuscll Brown, and a me, and all Ihoae who owe are urgently re Ice waa three Inches thick ytnerdar companion, left an cstato valued at a queried to nettle Immediately. I am tlreil morning and waa getting thicker aa thla quarter of a million dollars. Am'ong tho of fooliabneaa. II C Ropier. went to mall, beneficiaries ot the will is Russell There are abnnt 1,000 men al work on Brown, who is remembered by a bequest Mr Hoc OrrNa ia running the Clemens which will rinlizo several thousand dolHouse at Djnvllleln fine atria. The fare the K C. R. R, in thla county. -- Mra. Iliatt, wife of W. G. Hislt, died lars. Brown hni employed tho leading i excellent and Hi wailera attentive. Stop on the 0th Inst., after a lingering illness of criminal lawyers of tho city, and tho with him when you go to Danville. consumption. money ho receives from tho aged relaknowing themselves In All On account of the bad weather Ilro. Al- tive whom ho murdered will go to pay dtbted to Chenault, Severance A Co, will len did not fill hi appointment here last for his defense. confer a great favor by settling the same, Sundsy. He will preach next Sunday. aa we desire to clone up our bualneaa. All erfona indebted to F. L. ThompNmv York merchants comI low Do these pricea strike yon T 12 lbs. son by note or account are notified tbat plain that their trado ia lieing damaged They of tho best N O sugar $1; 9 pounds granulated they must come forward and settle at once by tho rosthetio movement. sugar$l; 8 pounds good Rio cof!V$l. Oth- He need the money and if It Is not paid, "Inner Brotherhood" caro only for odd will proceed lo enforce it collection. er gooda In proportion, II C Bright. tints, and liavo no regard for the quality a Mr. J. L. Joplin did a thriving of the material. A dirty red or green A. T. Xunmclley haa returned from with hi beer saloon last week. There color appeals to their damthe cltlea where he purchased the lergeat Is nothing sold here now, in tbe way of inaged minds in a way that silks and rich and fullest line of saddlery and harness evtoxicants, except beer and it's a alow busiot tho foshionablo colors cannot. er opened in Stanford Store at hia atablea. ness getting drnnk on that. Consequently goods Tho modistes say also that tho rosthetio Oo and sic blm the crowds that were in town kept reasona- style is not a proflUblo ono for them, Haur-KhaMince Meat, Tickles in bly sober. and that it cramps their inventivo powI'f.MONAL Mr. B, L. Swinney, of any quantity, Jellies, Maple Syrup, by Hit er. The merchants and modistes may pint or gallon, Oreen and Dried Fruits, Ash Grove, Mo., Is here on business. W, rest content. Fashion and vanity will Carned Hoods of every description at Bruce, O Hansford, of Crab Orchard, wa here last soon bring the limp disciples luck to Warren A Cn.'s T. J. Billard, week attending ciurt. Capt !! their doors. of Goochland, and W. C. Mullins, of A man giving hia name aa Dr Will I'ine Hill, were In town last week. Hon. lams, and claiming Danville, as his home The London Truth is moved to say waa arrested in Marlon county the other ILL Ewell, of London, waa here Fridsy that the thefts, murders and outrages in tbe acMr. C.H N!c!d,ofEslBtrns!adt, day for rape, alleged lo have been comtho English compartment cars are in tive and energetic Secretary of the Alta-momitted in Campbellsvllle. creasing, and there seems no remedy Coal Co , payed ua a flying viait Satagainst them abort of tho adoption of Mn. W (1. Ranky worked 11 houra at urdaythe American stylo of car. A murderer the Christian church furnace Sunday and criminal business, Very little except burned 7 bushel of coal and only aucceeded waa transacted in Circuit Court last week. might, he says, in nino cases out of ten, towards the close of tbe night service In After Ihe trial of the Nunnelley case, the escape by jumpiDg out as the train is securing a temperature of 04. esse of llie Commonwealth vs. Harve slackening speed, llad Lefroy done so, .. Madiaon Winsted it is doubtful if Gold's murderer would Tiik Illack Diamond Coal Company is Mink, Alex Mink and A correspondent waa called and the trial begun. The defla havo been discovered. the Incorporated name of an association orcharged with the murdtrof Milea says that a few days before ho was in a ganized to mine coal near Eaat Iternstadt, were compartment cor with another man and to the J E Farria and H II Harden are amonc Roger. Trie case waa given evening. jury thoy both watched each other as though On without argument Friday the Incorporators, The capital stock ia fix t, for they had Saturday morning they returned a verdict the other was n ed at $50,000. of not guilty aa to Alct Mink and Win- no assurance that such was not tho case. MARRIAGES. sted, and reported that they were unable to Every timo either put his hand into his Married at the family residence, St. agree a to the other Mink. They were pocket, tho other stood ready to throttlo Louis, Mo, Edoa M., eldest daughter of T. discharged. Judge Alcorn and Mr. War- him. No one dares to get into a alono or when theroisonly one II. Hutchison and of H. K. ren went to Stanford Saturday morning Hutchison of Crab Orchard, Ky., to Kobt Judge 0sley waa expected yesterday. other person. Holme, of. New Orleans, La , Rev. M. There remaina but one murder case on the A most remarkablo surgical operation docket, which will probably be continued. Johnson officiating. The civil business ia sufficient to keep the has been performed by Dr. William RELIGIOUS. court engaged during the week. The caae Ooodoll, of the Philadelphia University Owing lo a bad dy laat Saturday, the of fi. R.Grundy ve. C. Crook e & Co, an Hospital. Tills was tho successful rechurch meeting at the Daptiat church waa equity case, waa transferred to the Pulaski moval of a tumor weighing 112 pounds postponed till lhe4lh Saturday. Circuit Court, both sides being anxious to from tho person of a woman. Tho PhilThe Methodists have just closed a very secure a trial of it as soon as possible. The adelphia Timet, which gives a descripuccessfiil protracted meeting at the Camp grand jury haa been busy, but as yet, haa tion of the operation, says that tho addiGround, receiving about twenty-fivmade no report. woman was about five feet and five London Echo. tions to the church. In tbe trial of the Nunnelley case last inches in height, and that, owing to an Dr. E O Uuerrant,of the I'rtabyterian week, Judge Alcorn gave no instruction on ovarian tumor, she measured quite as Church, preached 303 sermons during the manslaughter, but properly confined the much in girth. The tumor modo its ap875 per jury to the question of murderor innocence year 1692, in this Stale; received pearance about nino years ago, and on into the church and organised ten alone. The defendant bad elected to be grew with amazing rapidity. For some churche. tried under tbe law ol 1800, and if found timo tho woman had been unablo to asThe American Baptist Home Missionguilty of murder, the punishment was sume any but a sitting posture, and her ary Society in its fifty years' history has death. So il was, tbe jury had either to vitality was being slowly and surely paid $1,700,000 for missionary aervicea, hang the defendant, hang themaelves, or ac sapped. Tho patient was placed under for educational work among llie quit. Tbey acquitted. After Ihe trial was of ether, and the operation uple and Indiana, and haa loaned over, Dick Warren approached one of the the influence colored safely performed in tho presenoo of for the erection of 331 churches. $300,000 jurors and asked him how il happened they thirty attending physicians and ever agreed on a verdict of acquittal. The LAND. STOCK AND CROP. When tho mass had been comjuror laid his band affectionately on Dick's pletely taken from her person it was A car load uf mule for aale. F. shoulder and said: "Well, now, I'll tell placed in a tub ot the largest sizo, and Keid.Stanfurd, Kr. you how It was. You nee, we were trying filled tho vessel to within three inches of Fourteen broke uiulee and 1 thoroughhim under the old constitution, and if wr top. The tumor was weighed and bred bull cair for aale. R. II. & E. I found the feller guilty, he had to be hung. tho Woods, Stanford, Ky. him loose, became turned tho scales, as has been said, at So we concluded to turn John M Spoonamore sold toClns. M none of u thought the evidence justified 112 pounds. It is believed to bo the 84 and a fraction acrea of hanging him. But Spoon mnore, ifhe had been tried un largest ever removed from a human land on Dix River for 1,000 Subsequently tho pationt, now reder the new constitution, he wouldn't have -- Marra A Ennliah rented publicly gol tff'O d d easy, and don't you forget it. duced to a moro skcloton, was gently the Mr. Margaret Harria farm of No, sh; if we bad been allowed to touch placed on tho scales, and found to weigh 237 acres.C milea from Danville, for $812 less pounds, or thirty-seve- n the penitentiary question with hia case, it seventy-fivThe Kentucky Univeraity at Leung-h- a would have been different." Of course than tho moss taken from her body. On disposed of "Woodlands," comprising Dick waa satisfied with the explanation. recovering consciousness the patient 110 acre, to the Woodland Park Asaocia-tiocould hardly find language to express Who wouldn't have been satisfied for $40 000 the sense of relief she experienced. Tho -- The Kelson Record tells of three Fogg's Ferry. nbsonca of tho weight that had been n cowa thai have produced 700 pound Last night an wppreciative audience as burden to her for so many years was ro of butler in lea than ten months, or over sembled in the Opera House to witness this novel and pleasunt that she was compareighty pounds tier month. play, and to say tbat the audience was de atively buoyant in spirit, John Builder haa sold hia farm of 200 lighted is drawing it mild In the majori- TIIK CITY AND COVHTRT. acrea in the Eogleman neighborhood to tr of combinations the "star" Is the only Tho Rev. Robert Collyer modo tho reBam and J. L Engleman at $35 and $41 good character, while the support Is inferimark on ono occasion that during his per acre, or $7,500 for the whole. or and below mediocrity, but last night twenty years residence in Chicago he Bowling Green ia a lively mule mar- each actor wa a star and the play waa a had not knows ot a singlo man who hod ket The Gatttl reports sales of more than decided succetw. The brilliant young com- in any lota of 2 lo 20 at $105 to $105; rang- medienne, Mia Carrie Stuart, aa "Chip" come prominently to tho front 100 in pursuit who was born and bred in alorge ing in height from 14 lo lb) hands, the Ferryman' Daughter, took the leading calI will aell at auction on Thursday, character, and she "waa" brilliant, her ren city. All tho leading men in every lingJudges, lawyers, clergymen, edit March lat, xaj home and lot of 2 acrea, 2 dition of the part being perfect. Miss Ida milea from Stanford. It has a good log Ron", the Judge' Daughter, a Blanche ors, merchants, and so on nad ueon hnusa and fine ieach and apple orchard. Norwood, showed the finished Actress, and reared in tho country, away from the inMsjor Hsys. both ladle elicited frequent bursts of ap follies, tho vices and the enervating Sale of CO mule at $112.-5Mr. Henry Schafer as Zebulon fluences that aro known to exist in all platise. 20 at $100 and 22 at $132.50 are report- Fogg, the ferryman, was good. lie is an large towns. The Now York Timet tokos ed in Washington counlr. Terbune, uf old and experienced actor. George While, up the some Bubject, and says: "Fashion reduces all young men and Mercer, bought 21 yearling mules at $80 In tbe person of Cromie Hyson, waa finely and soil a at $110. portrayed, snd lsconlc, staccato W. T. women to tho same dull and uninterestDanville Court. Capt. II. T. Buah Shechan, aa "Still Bill," brought down the ing lovol. Now York is an old city. It report a very small crowd and but 125 bouse every time. Martha Illodgelt, the has produced generations of men. now cattle, mostly, selling from 4 to 4 centa. servant, by Mlaa Selma Paxton, was im- fow of them have ever nuulo their mark, Horsea from $50 to $120 Mules from $80 mense and caused roirs of laughter. But hero or elsewhere I It cannot be said lo $160, owing to slit and quality. where &U were so good it ia needless to par- that they go into other parts of tho Capt. Q. II. McKiuney, of Stanford, ticularize. The torpedo explosion In the country and there develop the higher write the Courier Journal that tbe water river as the mall packet Is coming down is forms of manhood. They aro never heard from boiled potatoes, increased in strength a genuine sensation. The play will be re- of except in tho aggregate, concrete by boiling after the potatoes are taken out, peated this evening and will no doubt be form of our How much will effectually destroy lice on hotae, cat- greeted with a crowded bouse, as the excel- ot a man k due to qualities born iu him, tle or other animals. lent character of Ihe company commends and how much to his early environment, (O ) no philosopher According lo the Fort Worth Journal, itself lo all theatre patrons.-Can- ton has been able to (ell us; Texaaaold 500,000 beef cattle and 350,000 Democrat. At Slsnlord Opera Houae Jan- but it is impossible to conceive of a bead ofyoun stock cattle last year, for uary 25th. sagacious intellect like that of Lincoln, $23,100,000; increase in value of 4,000,000 Turns ia a wealthy brewer ia Mon- or a glorious mind like Webster's, emergof raiscattle In tbe State $10,000,000; cost ing from the false glitter and noisy ing cattle, expenses and outlay generally, treal who built a church and inscribed of the city. Wo think ol Washla vis a nst profit of $27,300,000, of which on it : "Thia church waa erected by Thomas Molson, at his solu expense. ington, tho patrician sage, pacing among $23 100,000 la in cash, and $4,1 0,000 iir Hebrews, xx. chapter." Borne of the the stately oaks ot old Virginia, of Jefincreased value ol slock. country seat, aad ot John Farmers complain that their prospects McGill College wags got a ladder ono ferson in his night and altered the inacriptiou so as Adams tilling his farm ia Massachusetts. for a good wheat crop are exceedingly to make it read : "This church was These men, it is true, flourUhod iu a poor In the first place, it started off badbuilt by Thomas Molson at his noul's time when there were no big cities in ly, the fly got in it, the dry freexss of No the United States. But later on we see vember killed much of It and tbe continu- oxponse. Ho brows (double) XX." Lincoln, Grant and Garfield reaching ed cold, with absence of snow, laboring Tag Buffalo Exprat gives this advice j the topmost round ot fame's ladder from it dally. There ia hardly a promising crop In the courty, though the drilled "If you must dabble in shares, try tho obscurity ot country homes. Not plowshares. No other kiud pays bo reg- one American Presiduat from first to last looks much belter than tbat sown ular dividends," was bom ia t, city," 'Mi f rnisiDKNT AftTntm was first led to feel Iho importance of women having larger and fairer opportunities by tho sympathy ho felt for a sister whoso health was quite broken down through long years of struggling as a r for woman's pay and man'a work. school-teache- FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. ATTonrviav AT r,Afl?, STANf'Oltn. ICY. M I'BVTON, 0 roa snd Hiu vourhouw. or tour timd. or four Ilea tVNI4arikelnlheC. ortt of Lincoln and Court eouniles ami h fuprrlor Court lock, nr your othrr property hat net been burnt orlnlnred by RreorlKMnlng, Hrmiiisrstity that nl Appeals Uptclsl attention glfen to collections. 111 H.T i AS hot be. Don't you trunk, then, Ibat It Office on Lamatier timl wmiM I nrudent lo senile Indemnity In csia tueh bias or damsge should nernr r I envr you this In- st the lowest rstes oftisitiswiiinsnr orsi-cisI reprrs-n- t seven .rut yon msr sursnee Company use rourcuoice. V3sm Miss school-teacher, Jrknib Kexkedt, r, jait.ji. uHESIIPEKKEJD an Iowa 01 HI. attempted to chaatiso an unruly but when sho mado tho attempt tho boydrow a knifo on her and sho fainted. By tho noxt day, however, sho hnd recovered her composure, and sho gavo tho boy a whipping which he will probably remember for n long time, FINE FARM FOR SALE! Kentucky's t nflVr for sslii prlistelymy ateelles' Itillerarni if In Urn west end of Lincoln ronn- y, within mils or Vorton a Well. It 114 ofa mils from lbs MlilntgrVlllft ? fllanford piko snd V, miles Iroin dlsnlurd A lliiitnnflt like. Is well Is In grass sterrd,nsi gnml Improvement. .about id wheat ami balsnce for corn next rear It Is eery roductlee. Anjr person splitting stones .11. J. HOt'Tr, an obtain a bargain 101-MiiieugeTine, ;. J.outc East too trrr ', Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running PULLMAN NEW 8LEEFINQ OARS aM dry-goo- busl-nes- ct. ll grand-daught- e s. who committed suicide recently, in Ban Francisco, was ! persecuted to his death. Ho onco served a brief term in tho Oregon pen- listing concluded lo remote to Texss, I tiler for salerar itentiary for stealing nn overcoat whilo llcMriCIICC aV IttlHillCNM HOIINC, drunk. Being afterward restored to mlitnid in one, Itutted In Ihe town of Crab Ky., street The building honest employment in Portland, every wo and on Lanositertilth, ailxl) feet snd conIt stoiles la 20x40, who knew him blackmailed tains In all eight moms Inn wlin counters sihi tiiciting mceijsmi properly him in sums ranging from 50 cents to with sll the outbuildings necesrjr to and and Ihe latieol the must m abundance of puro water for drinking f 10, and kept him in constant fear of household puipos,leulirul thsdo fuildloiis, snd and fruit his ploco. no could stand tho and beautifying thn ent re piemlies, all giom and healthy condition Any ono desirpersistent calls for money no longer, n a n clifspjol ing miotic ttlull residence,do well ato call people, would and got on a spree and then resigned, prositeroti ind examine the pieinl.es beforo purchasing els v going to Son Francisco. where Teiiai reaunsble JOIIV '. NTK4IIIE. Tub fact already demonstrated that elephants can bo bred in this country would seem to indicato that the species might bo naturalized and acclimated. Being of h tamablo disposition, a fow generations would domesticato them as thorougldy as horses and cowo havo E. H. BURNSIDE, been. Tho climato of tho Southern States would bo friendly to them, and This Old Woll - Known for largo operations in farming and tho Hotol Still Maintains mechnnio arts they could be modo as tiso-fHigh as thoy aro in India. As milk pro. AND duccrs, thoy surpass tho cow in point of Its Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country richness, if not of economy. Prof. Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Doremus, tho chemist, has analyzed Appointments, or Attenthat from tho mothor of Bornum's baby tion to Comfort or elephant, and pronounces it in flavor their Quests. and odor superior to that of many aniRagejage n III be eoateyed to aad from tlisdepot mals. free of charge, hperlal accommodatlona to to Commercial Tratelera. The liar nlll be always supplied wlti the choicest The rush for ofllco at Washington was brands of l.lqaort and Clgara. never madder, never moro harassing than now. Women aro frequent applicatnst cither for themselves or their male relatives ; and tho dust can bo laid with tho Succcttoi to Daujherty A Hyde, tears thoy shed at their disappoint- STAXFOItl, - - KENTlTtUKY, ments. Judge David Davis is tho vicUaaoricTcaaRt op tim of theso terrible women. Ono day not long since, ono of them declared with tears in her cyos that she was starving. Happening to catch sight of her handsomo gold watch and chain, ho suggested that that did not look like it. To this remark sho had no answer. To a group of threo women who wcro pressing him for au appointment ho gavo somo very sensiblo advice to the effect that instead of placing themselves in tho ignominious position of begging for favors when thero aro thousands ready to crowd them to tho wall, thoy wcro intelligent enough to go and learn to cook - KINDS. and to bo housekeepers and bo certain WAGONS Peoof good homes and independence. Wemanufscture Csrrlsges of all descriptions, ple would then be running after them employing oulr material, andworkmen and using sell at reasonable only instead of their having to run after peo- dgurea style, workmanship and material conald-1I HJI. IAI'IIKHTT. ple. "Tho position of a respectable servant in a good family," ho said, "is one infinitely to bo preferred to that of hanging to some beggarly ofllco, dependent on tho whim or will of somo bureaucrat." His words of wisdom woro of courso ree Dived in high dudgeon and tho threo women flounced out of his presence calling him on old fool and wondering what ho took them for? Thoy wanted to starvo and be insulted as public servants ; not to havo plenty to eat, a comfortable homo and bo ordered about as privato servants. Fkaxk AmtsTnoxa, FOR one-ha- lf SALE store-roo- A SOLID TRAIN I.OIllMflllc.t'illclllllHllHHllI.OXe IllKton, Ky., , WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same depot with f.il train, tor lo-i- d The Direct Route to Lynchbnrg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- All Virginia and North Carolina Tor tickets snd luriher Inrbrrasllon. apply t your nesrrst ticket offlce, or address J A JIM C. KKNftT. (Jenl. HouthWMIern Arent. 110 W. Main St., Loulatlfie, Ky. O. W. NMIT1I, II. W. FCM.KR. 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If you aro Clltoui, bare sallow com lesion, poor appetite, low and depressed spirits, and generally debilitated, do not delsy a moment, but go at once and procure a bottle of thote wonderful Electric Bitters, nhl-- h cater tall to curt, and tbat lor the trifling lumol Sold by rnnr A SIcAlli- Hfiy reuts.-TrIbu- ne. SEW IDVFItTtNKMKWS. We Will Sell Everythingin our CLOTHING STOCK - AT' JUDGE T. P. HILL, Jit., Is a candidate for Representative In tho next Legislature, sulject to ilia action ol the democracy Is a candidate to represent Lincoln county In the aext Legislature, subject to the action or Ibe 'suvihb J. s MUItrilV JUDGI3 W. O. IIANNFOKI la ACTUAL MARKET a candidal) fur tho democratic nomination for le Representative In the next Legtilature. JOS. SEVEIMNCE, Lateof Chenaull, BcTcranco Willi A Co., Ktinlord, Ky., 0, J. M. ROBINSON C.OTJ & CO.. COST I mm ill S) car-loa- d Importers snd Jobbers ot Pry doode. Notions, Ac, Pa sV niil mirrii vvn IH VI TT. 15. u"i KY. - tfWWil V TO THE PUBLIC We will now psy special attention lo- aruUHTOSl aillNDINCJ.v Wm 110-- tHiiniu 1. iv uil.r.riton. and whindealrl Cau make will glia I'ateut Flour lor Wheat elioer liOilwor unooiiea t fclloTr-citizon- McALINI'KK ANALLEK. Stanford .NTANFOKP. KY. With a Full Corps of com-moti- This IniUtutluo will open its Thlrlteotb Session oulhsVd Moodsy lo beptember next. ALL THE BKANCHES Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. mi Female We Annually Reduce Our Teachers, Stock, and College. Of A THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE UUBIU, THE IiANOUAQKB. UHA.W. INO AND PAINTINQ. Are taught, aa well aa THISfcIS THE TIME. TERMS MODERATE. Jd Tuition, prices range from tagular Departments. Primary, HO; 1X8 i- - frtparstoiy, lv. aud U1I.I1, 140. to 180 In th Intermediate BRUCE, tot full particulars, at to Board, Ac . address MM. H. V. TKliKIIKAHT. lrlucliHl, Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. WARREN & CO. rm i in .v..v mm uxnntirrr.nr.n Atr. ROH AX COOKS AXD (lOVRVAXTMi " They are making lots of fh. over In Juvenal's limo tho salary of n good cook was ten times higher than that of n tho fact that tho Jeanne I to mrvivors Intor, n man of learning and ability, wero compelled lo liroon walrus hldo for who, according to Lucien, wa.1 deemed three- - weeks," anld Diffrnderfer down at Tacsday Morning, January 10, 1883 well paid with 200 sesterces a year, tlio club tho other night; "just as Tho salary of Dionysia, a dansense, was though that was anything; so terrible. 200,000. Tlio house nnd establishments Now, if thoy had gono through tho hardviaUiin'j-r- n of tho two players in pantomime, Bnthy-lin- s ships that I havo thoy might talk." and FyLvlcs, rivaled tlioso of tho ' "Cook's been burning your buckEntphntlnWnrnlna ftom Dr. JlnrtkolHi; richest patricians. Thcro wcro three Ro- wheats, I suppose," said Hoggs, with ft Mijuicinna. nro gpnemllj' nsrcctl thnt cinrcHo-fmokinis llio worst form in mans named Apicius, each celebrated satirical wink. Tho sec "Oh I I'm in earnest," said Diffcn-derfcwliich'ioltSeeo rati lo nei, Mnec tho for dovotion to gastronomy. "For instance, I was lost on p. paper i. often poiaonoiis, llio iolmowi ond, who flourished under Tiberius, was tho most famous, nnd enjoyed tho credit Michigan prairio onco, and for threo nrtiflcinliy iliuornl, and tlio rmolte in days Jived on a singlo field monso I Into tho Iuiir. TIip riiiladetriliia of having shown both discrimination Timrs publish", tho opinion of novcrnl and industry in tho gratification of his caught." "That's nothing," said nuothcr mem-k- t, lending UMlicnl men (o (ho nbovo oflerl. appctito ; so much so that his nanio has contemptuously, Trr.'lVppor, Prorosl of tlio University passed into n synonym for an accomwas "Ain't, eh? Another timo of ronnnylvnniu, declares tlint cirrurettes plished epicure. Atter spending rtlxnit bring on iniliRcction nrni impnircti 800,000 on his palato ho balanced his shipwrecked in tho South Seas. Floated ith nothvirion : Dr. Hinloy,'nn oculist, wivs tl.nt 1 ooks, and, finding that ho had not around on n raft sixteen day 30,000 left, hanged ing to cat but a pair of old lootlcgs lio lian had two patients who hnve liecn much moro than himself to avoid living upon such a pit- among ten of us." mndolMind by 'ntnokinr;. nd other s "Good, soil calfskin isn't so bod," nro equally emplintir. We quotp tance Ijcmpricro's version is that ho who in frill ,tho utterances of Dr. Roberts mado a mistnko in casting up his books, critically observed Skldmore, and hanged himself under a falso im- claimed to havo been n pirate, or someBartholow: ,'JIt Is high lime Hint Romothing wcro pression of insolvency. A noted betting thing, in early life, aono to put n stop to tins irighlful evil, man named Smith mado n' similar mis-"Then, on another occasion," said which is stunting tho growth nnd ruin- - iako in casting up his book for tlio Dor.-b- Diffenderfcr, bracing up again, atter a nnd Hung himself into tho sen. Ho while, was looked by mistake in a ing tho health of thousands of Ixitb. It is jnst horrible to soo theso lxys liltlo was flshod out, discovered tlio mistako bank vault, and had to subsist over Sunfcllow!v,maiiy of them not moro than 8 nnd ever sinco went by tho name of day on Government bonds and couor 10 jean old, not street boys, but well Ncptuno Smith. Apicius, unluckily, pons." had no kind friend to cut him down. "Lots of men doing that now," said iiressou nqu carciuiiy-nurtnro- a Ixvb oldUotts, gruffly. gathered in'knotH in somo comer, where Tho outrageous absurdities of equaled or surpassed thoso of " I escaped from tho rob4, during tho they Hunk thoy will not bo observed, learning to smoke. Parents bco their Caligula and Nero. Ho fed tho officers war, at Now Orleans," said tho narrator, sons gettfcg thin nnd yellow and irrita-bl- of his palaco with tlio brains of pheas- growing paler nnd moro determined as tho family doctor is called in, and, ants and thrushes, tho eggs of part- ho went on, " nnd for six weeks hid in a without j going t to the root of the evil, ridges nnd tho Leads of parroto. Among swamp and lived exclusively on tho cast-oprescribes tonlcafwbleli do no perceptl-bl- o the dishes served at his own tablo wcro skin of an alligator." peas mashed with grains of gold, beans good. "Youshonld havo boiled it," said " Tlio prodigious increase of cigarette-smokin- g fricasseed with morsels of amber, and Guffoy, calmly. "That's tho way I among boys in tho lait few rico mixed with pearls. His meals were used to do in Africa." Thcro was n silence that could bo cut years," continued Dr. Bnrtholow, "is frequently composed of twenty-tw- o nn evil which will tend to tho deteriora- services. Turning roofs threw flowers with a knife after that for somo time, tion of the race, if it is not checked. with such profusion on tho guests when, jnst as the crowd was chuckling Bnt it is not hard to nccount for. Boys that thoy wcro nearly smothered. At over tho supposed extinguishment of the ore very imitative. They follow tho tho scasido ho never ate fish, but when story teller, Diffenderfcr took tho bit in fashion with promptness and zeal. Cig- far inland ho caused tho roo of tho his teeth and mado ono more dospernto arettes nro tho rngo nt Harvard. It is rarest to bo distributed among his suite. brush for tho lead. tho correct thing to smoko theso poison- Ho was tho first Roman who ever woro "But, gentlemen," ho continued, solous littlo rolls of tobacco and paper. n complete dress of silk. Ilia shoes glit- emnly, " thoso wero hnrdships, indeed ; Whatever is fashionnblo in n grcnt school tered with rubies and emeralds, and his but nothing, absolutely nothing, comliko Harvard is Bnro in a very short tirao chariots wcro of gold, inlaid with prec- pared to an oxperienco I onco endnred to bo fashionable amongyoung men and ious stones. With tho view to a in this city about throo years ago. boys all over tho country. Another suicide, ho had cords of pnrplo Through an unfortunato combination of great cause of the mischief is that boys silk, poisons inclosed in emeralds, and circumstances I was- - compelled to cat nro very fond of imitating tlwir elders. richly set daggers ; bnt cither his cour- - three hotel steaks in ono week I" And Smoking in public places ought to be ngo failed when tho moment arrived for with awestruck faces tho sympathizing - discouraged. Thcro ought to bo n senti choosing between theso elegant instru crowd arose and awarded tho snrvivor ment created against it, nnd tho presses ments of death or no timo was left him tho official cake. San Franchco Pot, tho power to crento such a sentiment. for tho choice. Ho was killed in an inllOir 31 ILK altUULT) II E XAKBX. Every man, when ho smokes in public, surrection of tlio soldiery in tho 18th Milk is a food that shonld not bo taken ought to think thnt ho is encouraging year of his age, after a reign of nearly somo boy to smoke. Tho boy will smoko four years, during which tho Roman in copious draughts liko beer, or other fluids which differ from it chemically. H a cigarette, imagining that ho will get peoplo had endured tho insane, and less tobneco in thnt way, and ignorant tyranny of a boy. Quarterly wo consider thg nso of it in infancy the physiological ingestion, that is, of it of the fact thnt cigarette-smokin- g is tho Review. wo find that tho sucking bnbo imbibes most pernicious form in which tobacco littlo by littlo tho natural food provided VXIF0R3I TIME. is used. Tobneco in nny form is a great Tho movement among scientific men for it Each small mouthful is secured injury to a growing boy, nnd the fashion of inhaling tho smoke nnd then forcing for tho establishment of a uniform sys- by effort, nnd slowly presented to the it out through tlio noso is deadly- in its tem of timo is steadily increasing in gastrio mucous surfaco for tho primal strength. Tlio theory on a small scalo digestive stage. It is thus regularly and effects. It causes catarrh in the throat aud nose, and makes is now in practico on all tho leading gradually reduced to a curd, and tho the smoker disgusting, as well as puny railroads of tho country. Tho trains on stomach is not oppressed with a lump of nnd stunted. You will find that these tho Now York, New Haven and Hartford half coagulated milk. Tho samo princigarette-smokin- g youths Iwve impaired road, for instance, nro run on New Y'ork ciple should bo regarded in tlio caso of timo furnished by the Horological Bu- tho adult. Milk should bo slowly taken digestions, smnll and poor muscles, tempera, and a Jack of capacity for reau of Yale College. Tho Vanderbilt in monthfuls nt short intervals, and thus suauuneu ciiorc 01 nny Kind, and I be- lines from Now Y'ork to Chicago aro it is rightly dealt with by the gastrio lieve you vill find that thoy do not suc- divided into threo or four sections, and juice If milk be taken after other food ceed injife. Tlio men who win aro tho tlio somo timo is nsod at all points on it is almost sure to burden tho stomach Thero aro nt present and causa discomfort and prolonged inmen ofsbong physique. A cigarette-smoklngi- each section. will not inake a strong about eighty standards used by tho rail- digestion, and this for tho obvious man. Theso nro somo of tho evils which roads in this country, and nearly 100 reason that thero is insufficient digestive tho individual bring upon himself. cities furnish standnrds of local time. agency to disimse of it And the better But tho mischief does not stop with the It is proposed to simplify this by divid- tho quality of tho milk the more severe individual, but is transmitted to his off- ing tho country into six or less districts, tho discomfort will bo under theso conspring. Nervous peculiarities aro just and have- tho samo timo observed by tho ditions. Milk is insufficiently used in wholo of each district. Another plan making simplo puddings of such farinas readily transmitted as physical jfTho, acquired irritability, im- suggests an internationol-tim- o standard aceous food as rice, tapioca and sago. perfect development hud loss of nervous by tho formation of twenty-fou- r equal Distasto for theso is engendered very force of the father is inherited by the districts, starting from an imaginary often, I believe, becauso tho milk is child, who in turn further impairs his lino in tho Pacific ocean. Tho day will stinted in making them, or poor, skim health by tho samo process, bo that in bo of twenty-fou- r hours, and tho placo milk is used. Abundance of now milk tho conrso of threo or fonr generations in each district will, in point of timo, bo shonld bo employed, nnd moro milk or there must lo n great deterioration in just ono hour ahead or behind thoso in cream should bo added when they are Horace. The lalo of cigarettes to 1kjs tho adjoining districts. Tlio American taken. In Scottish households this matsliosidlx) prohibited by law." Socio ty of Civil Engineers at its annual ter is well understood, ajul a distinct meeting in Now Y'ork recommended tho pudding plate, like a small soup plato, JIhSw usTi man who has natively voin adoption of ono standard for all tho rail is used for this course. Tlio dry messes oPlmni in his composition, nnd wo road in tho United States. Albany commonly served as milky puddings in will show you a ninn who is full of senti- Evening Jounuu. England are exactly fitted to create disment, whose heart is tender and sympagust for what should be a most excellent thetic, nnd who is ever ready to lend n liEioohv.n with iioLirAwainvsK, nnd delicious part of a wholesome dinner Surfeited with spangles, helping hand to on lifo's for both children nnd adults. Popular ambling horses, donblo-jointe- d riders highway. Humor, sentiment nnd 'p Monthly. g nnd tho roparteo of tho Stlencc tho threo golden links ttiat bind clowns, William Malloy, of Delaware A BOUTIIEHX SCHOOL EflSUliE. thp'paragraphic fraternity together. county, hied him to tho elephant tent A young woman teiching bchool in LITTLE "JbllXXT OX SKATES. nt tho circus, for tho purposo of solving Marion county has a man 40 years of When the first frost cornea everybody a conundrum that has troubled his ngo attending the school. Ho missed Bomewhat-inquisitivtakes their skates and goes and stand mind a long time. his lessons, whereupon tho teacher ann round n pond, for the ic so " Is nn elephant's trunk hollow or is it nounced her intention to open tho pores they can go on it and git drowud, bnt its solid meat?" is the question tho Dela- of tho skin with a switch, to soo if sho ony very olo men liko Goffer Teton which ware county representative has asked could teach him something in that way. has ever lern to ekato well ennf to himself many times. Excepting a fow Ho flatly declared tliat ho could not tlrownd theirsclvcs gracetb. Did you philanthropic individaals who wcro take a whipping, and would quit school ever hero a bout that feller wich was a feeding peanuts to the elephants tho first. Finally sho left it to a voto of tho skating kwero thoy was lots of fokesa tent was empty when Mr. Malloy en- scholars as to whether sho should whip o skating too and his heel iluo up and ho tered nnd made n for tho big- him. Tho youngsters wcro unanimously set down offel hard? Then ho thot ho gest beast in the placo. Ho got to work in favor of war. Tlio young woman wudo sho he dident caro, so sot still ami at onco, unit tapped and handled Boli- then gathored tho bearded scholar by lit his pipe and tried to bo funny liko ho var's proboscis critically, but in less tho collar, and, to his utter astonishhad sot'down but when his thou fivo seconds after ho iked his cano ment, gave him n sound threshing. Ho pipo was out ho cuddent git up, cos lie up ono of tho monster's nostrils ho was is now disgusted with tho school busiwas frozo fast. Ho tuk off his skates, making moro revolutions per ininuto ness, and believes tho wholo thing a but twos no use; ho cuddent git his feci than n circulur saw running with 1,000 farce. Marlon County (da.) Argu. under him, and oil the girls was a round pounds of steam on. Lulu when shot him, a giggliu, and his wife, wich was n from tho cannon may fly through tho "How'a hi'sinus? been with you, big woman, sho coxno up be hind him air moro gracefully than Mr. Malloy, Brown ? " asked his friend Pingroy. "Not and sho laid wot n pnamo, and sho tuk but. certainly uot half so speedily. Ho very lively," said Drown. "But you about thirty feet havo mado something, I suppose?" him by tho collar, nnd puldas hard as Jell promiscuous-like- , over she cud pul, but tho fellers braces fiotn tho spot ho soared from, and, as ho "Oh, yos ; I mado an assignment." they brok and ho was dron out of his struck the ground, Bolivar, who had An unloved lover: Mistress " I un trowsers ; so much for tryiu to sho of I watched his victim's progress through Bo that ol I kuo a taut skatiu, but tho air, raised his tnuik and trumped dcrstaud, Mary, that you aro about to Mary "It's Uiruo, when it cuius to makin a sno man Inie triumphantly. When they picked Mr. get married?" rude at that business, I can tell you, Malloy out of tho indentation his bruised mum, an' silver a n'atcr man walked than Mistress " You but no noso oil hluicos it wouldn't person had uitulo isTNio earth, and car- Denis Mulcahoy," lovo 1dm very dearly?" Mary "In stick. That ono me and Bill touulo yes- ried him out, Bolivar evinced his satisterday, my mother sho cum to seo it, faction by numerous grunts, which his dado I do uot." Mistress " And why ho bea tmd alio said were was its noso, and Billy elephantino companions joined in. Mai-to- y uot, Mary?" was struck hi tho sido and back by xlways afthcr bothcrin' to squaze inc. ho cams out bo leaves it said, O, ven llrooklun finale. to homo, cos it wud git cole aud pain Bolivar's trunk, aud, although no bones but wen over ho wants to bio it, aro broken, a buukotf ul of liniment will him, Tub silk works at Allentown, Fa,, bo required to put him in us good con employ all tho girls over 10 years of ago TnlmM. Iia miw n.t.l futell.,,1 II 'Pllpn juy mother, sho otily said wy, William I dition ns lie was boforo lie began hia in. in that town who want to work, and is I Argonaut. San compelled to advertiso for more. mi'WSitt hln $ncri(n$ournaI the sa?.3rE,oiir). icy. roisox. g r. i floe-tor- y, "I Elog-nbal- e, ff rnincn ninmoni. HOaVITAT.tTT, GO 1JAHT I A GRAND COXSIW, I..3.I Over boyemd Slrtwbnrg I camfl npon n II. l aweriww, irriiiiiMMi i will ii -- K t flMfieew farmer sitting ton ft log In front of h . VIA LOUISVIfcLE Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal hoiuo which I at first took to bo n staisn Tin ii.. ii i M,wii.fHi. ainiewlhleMeai. on the" III ble, beennso n mnlo slood with his head Arid Hi IaiiimIIIo Iroen'alillMlomrf tWMt tnn htre Mn. T. T ini-NrlMlf IB Hfn ntVIMUi P inside. Ho had an acre or two cleared & MISSISSIPPI R, W. -Usx- -; IV. ..... on tlio hlllsfde, but ho was ahard-nTTTBrTi' (i. J II HaiieE. Iwler. Certiret man, and no mistake. I dismounted to One jeer lor 8.1. no-tlar littlo teen L onrveeend and r.nrri than the prim of one. a 3 DAILY TRAINS W. Harrow talk to him about tlio battlefield of Cross mm. Humlay Kaeol at M0 A. . It I.1.SO Ton nlll rreelrs for on ;er t)HrrlntiHtlenl llf I'lTlng Keys, and after a whllo ho said : roor hone paper wlih the Inn hT the eWrSjn TtnlwriAIffa-Wonh- lp o lh rerrnnuilfenftpper f ih enulh, end tho "Stranger, I'd invito you to dinner, ery lrd a day Pnwe hlBt l.y Pt. J. W TIIF. F.i8T AMI MOUTH hrtehtrilind il.lett timllr Urrklf In and lmril lrPa daye. DymlayKeheel but I ptosuino you don't relish dodgers Vnlled Plain Ihnm who drelre tn eienilnes ,r.nf,e.id Joe. Keteesnce, 13 irflnllent. ran iti to it SI Fit Tailor Gin and New Pi; Cnaehra Without in ploccpr ol Hielonrier-Jourha- l 3 Meg-WUfll-K- et. and bacon." Change, thliofflre Knixlay "ehBel at M. I toy, etitlor. Then wo talked a littlo moro about Meeting on Heut,fcHrlrilen,lMit. Union Prayer 4 4 DAILY TRAINS Wednesday nlghlt Fremont's troops, anil ho sold: IjOII.N "Stranger, I'd liko to feed that boss, ,t, 0 imi but my old mnlo has liad to browao AND THE WEST. YOUTH nnd MAN HO 00 mighty fine. to keep on his legs this Sleeping Can and Dir OmitiM to St. Louti With XSkJ ' w.ii. fall." out (.'hinge. uuT MCOICINt W V 1 MMIl'M I ..' T 1 Then wo talked about Stonowall JackWo oontiuaa 'I I"l 2 2 .,!,,,. llrHys. I ' DAILY TRAINS BaVtTvtW kSimmt'Wk RrUgNiltciiorefurto r'lXSf - . 'hit, i,mlh inaM VrH' l", I son nnd his march up that road, and tho TlSN'i'd Louisville to Indianapolis, Chlrngo, fteinln. it. e end "ertrlT B, ll ' I',,., r farmer branched off with: e id. rn rtjtli'n. .' h. tr nnilto.Jrtainp I"'. h, ... xi.l.ii i .ii aNDTIIK NOItTII tliel'iit lMa'f .ifrlaml " Strnnger, I would liko to offer jo ft THE PUOLISHalt Osa 2)4, Mllnsalee, W.t. rrii" ". t.. ,li. cnta ui Da y Cotttiei and ltd Union Chair Carl Through re, i.ilri- in Uu i.h drink o sunthin' warmin', but fact is I I rfl I I Qtrti minQm ininge. No Tlilrtylt irur'iriuU' hain't seen a pint o' whisky sinco tho rbirco for cirii"iii..n ofnuinlr Jraw- For Wnnliltialon. Hnlllmnrr, riillmlrl lupa. Ailrlro rni I war." In phln. Men York unit Hoilmi, l'aictit olilatm d tlir.'iii I m ire nniiooclI, In fc&iiJ (If LIABLE SELF-CUB- E Then I inquired how far it was to Ft, fht I tho Vtrr dent Route, AMKIIK'AV, TfliWll Iff it You Mate No (ho KCIE.NTtl-'Hmange oi irain. Uiolanrcat drrtiUUi. anil in ilienaoeiinaw Republic, and whether tho bridgo had A faro.. In ttcvaafHnttcin t nni af lb8 cntlal iiewenancr tf Hr lml vnlillelieHlln th" Wt IttrrvaatVul tPvl1tall it tht V. H, AVnl l.rlr1 been rebuilt, nnd ho answered mo and Hate Throigh II; Coethea on All Train! wiuM. Tlio ailTanlatrttiprimoliMHiOrofTere Lntw rwirnt ftrihriirtaf Xwrroum ftiMl tMil Wromt .4rfftif,lfflf tiatontcei unili'reUnda added: Hare No Midnight Chanuea This large and milctMlMlr lUnrtrntca nrw. " Stranger, I do. feel as if I orter ask Adirtu DR. WARD & CO., Ut.t!ni. Mo. raiwrlpnbllahr.nVKr.lCI.YtlMitcar. Artlte it 6U Loula t lloari la Adraare of niulli admitted to e tho lmt paper iU eiml yo in to soo tho farn'ly, but tho old Other Llaei, then hy ereurjng more time I r toelcrie,mecuaiil,lnMitirow1MWiiejiiBB woman's down with chills, Sal's off over ratling change of tan in J getting lint tholre workn, ami oilier leprtnint ft Imliwtrial , WiikIo rmldlelifd In 3t.r eonnin-progreK-"tho ridge, and tho firo went out an hour 31 ol tetu la ran of connecting line. all unwa. eopjea liy mail, 10 frnt. Sold ago," pf 8dea Co . ptiWrerH-the only and Adilrtun, Slrmn TuKMr Qj fmi cievui tcui thi hit I mounted my horso and hondod him S j ITo Indlinipollt .atrontChicago, aidride along liflo Ameriesn. MlAnr,,adrfajr, N w York. u o.ll"e giving lit a cigar. That broko him up. Ho lUntlliook about natrtiht mailed free. o itbe thoret ol Uke Mkhlgtn. eTU I fttel lh 11 rlMk t iiiRHiiJiriinrc v turned it over and over, looked up and dlnrit ! 'hII - I Iflr- rt1 4mj 1(ttt-RbMlt - t iVo flT fltal(lVf For Tlcketa, Itilet, Time, ilapi, Ac, apply ,1 to etMf IU... ion. Mil lfct-- l w!h down tho road and from mo to tho houso, .r t hf llM IWl teaHt nufwtwti 91 rotft1 iieiei Annua ul l oiiiieeiiue; j.uir, I I n he 1 IMI PWAf f Iel1 rteW its, n and finally seized my leg and exclaimed: ajrett ! llM l Ik t .ft r tv- ttvcmt Ui Rairr Will ftdtl fiiwerrr Alt. H.N. HIUIWN. t.n ir ratines MtlMI "Stranger, I'm poor and way down 8. K. Qir, 4th ind Main Mi.. Loulatllle, Ky. r l.atai.taftll P ft it.tlilHk4tom nkilMMrtJW4(il ur. 10 j. 11. niLL,tlrnl. Kmignni All-- , na uiLL aasDtiii and sometimes wicked, but I'm right LeUovn, Kraliieky, W II. HIIATTIC, thar' when a man calls my hand I I W. W 1'EAnODY, Cincinnati Weokly Commercial To ptwv ybuiur. aui.i.iiuioroltl man llen'l Miiptrlntendent, tlen'l I'm. Att , can't feed yo, nor worm yo, nor givo yo nt Clnclnnill, Ohio. tv or iaipoteno t.iciiUr 1 tMi to An flflyili column family rwuper. (1 ft. n fUl whisky nor tobackcr, bnt if yo don't get HARKIS nCMCOcO. fit. Loui. Mo, and lbs tum or t B.df off that lioss and comoovcr to tho spring KENTUCKY "CfflTBIIL Inferior Juurinil Cc jJ ftOt bvtwUt ta.4 of UltA. and hnvo somo water with mo I'll nover roan hi; tua T 111 forgivo yo on airth." -- THE MOST DESinABLK ROUTE T-OCO. And wo drank to his luck; M. Quail, THREE DOIXAIlSAFiriY CENTS o NonTrii m, ai r" " ereiw i p Weekly Courier Jourilul Coutlrr-Journil. ! JJ'WJ!rl f Loulsvillo to Ciiicjiumll! lt, C 1 liOII.NVllIc lo St. j WitWr .&. AU'nE"r' A rtia 11 11 ort; N I tm-ee- A' , . FREE! . H 1 I!?!, . 1 sPlainEnglishl . 1 I art tkg la m STiTi. jEES!Ri. elglil-psg- e, 1 11 .Sciiii-lVci-ltl- j- nr.. pWlnl rd i . LANE & B0DLEY AWAR"ti TUB HME-KIL- X CLVB OX DIVORCE. si - irri-tnbl- a ml 5 2 pin Kalui.)utb. 4 4 a tn tiSprn Arr Cotlngton. ... I t IS 13 RECOMMEiroED PY FHYSI IA?. :. MAYSVILLE DIVISION r pm. Arr Miyt tlllea 10pm No. 9 Lr. OUllKG No. 10 ' MiytfllloCOOim. " Utlnlon S JJara Catarrh of tho Nasal Catlty- - Chronle nna I'arla 1 20 1 m. " Miyttllle A tVim Ulcerative I uaxarrn or ino uar, uo or No. It heart? No. 12 " Miyjrllll2 4lprn ' Leiln(ton(3jm Throat. It it) tnhejn IHTLHNALLV.nntl "Let 'em divorce. God intended net DIRECTLY upon thai Ulooil arni Mwcoua Surf.iooa nf tho fiyttem. It No. G rune dally and hit day coch 1 from Clnhusband and wifo to lub, cherish, for- clnnill to Washington, Pullman Mrepntlo Kim. If the) rxset Blood Purlflor in tho WOnLD. nnd la wont ALL that 13 give, an' bo all in all to each odder. wlia Fills. W.Va and Itecllnlrg Chair Car lo K. IS, charged font, for THAT nlon.i. Htcpt only it tlatlont on K. C. Whar dey can't bo slch it am a thonsan' where lima It glten. No. 2 runt dally, eicepl Xundiy. hat through coachrtto Hun ln;ton. No ML? INTERNAL CURE Pfll. CATASBI times better dat dey bo divorced. No 4 runs dally, eicepl Sondsy, has through coscbes to rsriN Tin: MAitituTa man or woman who had lnb in dcir heart rnnMl. rterllngand psrlorrsr toMsyitnle. No. A dally; hss elrgsnt day coach from Washingwa offer tir from and cber yit applied for ono or eber will ton, fullman Meetxrr Ing on Kanawha Falls Only And bnso ni One Hundred Dclloru rr- ant i.nnnn it .iii nn vm to Cincinnati. parlor csrs from Lei WII.I. CUIUS AM' CASC. a divoiwo could bo had by simply pay-i- n' ihnestops. Not. land 3 run dilly, eirept Bun-da- y If OCleoef A T fiTKitsi.rff r- - i and liara through coacbee from a feo of CO cents no husband'matod .nditt Merllng. 1lrect connection atlluutlnjton ClIICiGo T I . Jl I.IK I t litnilon Ulchnioud,ICy., Lawnnctbur;,lwy. Jol. ileitri. F J. Chtntya m. ur, ; wid his wifo would think of scparashnn with tlga for Ky. i iui nn';- - roe I u, n pwa. benllrmrn and Versailles, any mo' dan ho docs now. Peoplo Jiat I hatn used lUIli Citanh I'm,- - I' I C. L. IlltOWN. O W BENDElt, Inn rtrr lud -- on 1 Catarrh IX toU-- n Oen'l 1'sis A Tit. Agt. ay me wut cur any caso of don I lirritate to cheat nn deceive when courtin. Mar'hat It tlenrral offices, Curlngtoo, Kt, Yours tnilr, properly. out do faults which dey ried lifo brings hold heali in my linn," began Brother Gardner, as ho waved tho mis-vo aloft, Va lottcr from a cnll'd clergyman in Tennessee oxin' dis club to nso its influence to secure mo' stringent divorce laws in do varus States, and to sot its faco agin do procurement of divorce, oxcept fur tho very gravest reasons. Dis club wilt do nnflln of do kind On do contrary, it will woto solid to furnish all facilities fnr parties desirous to bo unhitched with promptness and dispatch. Nnffin' comes nearer pcrdishnn dan an nnmated an' nnmntched couplo tryin' to lib togedcr as man and wife. I hold dot no conplo who doan' lnb each oder who doan' agree an' can't forgivo who won't excuse should lib togedcr ten minutes. U we git a houso wo doan liko wo sell If wo git a hoss wo doan' liko wo trado him off. If wo doan' like do naybnrbood wo movo away. H wo doan liko onmnybnrs wo lot 'cm alone. How, den, kin you 'spect husbands on' wives to put up wid Ugliness, meanness, drunkenness, profanity, extravagance, an' all dat am hateful in do human "I It And dreldedly the Popular Kcute, iKirdlrg, does, leat change ind superior moinmoditlentto CINCINNATI! it Minouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texas, And allow the snhterlher lo teleet, free ot eharte, from Ins fallowing eheka Hit el bonis i.nilMimtle furnished llecllnloi Lbllr Cirs Mm he unequal"! equl.nientt of this Did llellsble, nenuy msiiog 1 nip orer idib iiuv one ui iusu tious comfort snd pleisure. Try II. TIME TABLE. IN KFrfctT DEC. 31. ItU. tk)t'Tll. Lee. Cotlngton The North, Northwest and Wett. In fact, If you vn mplito trip In iny dlmtlon, your Interest elll ho Leslsereid by purthitlng your tlckelf 'la K. C. ind Clnclnnitl. 2 Trili.a each way I, full oin lilire lit; Khgant New lny Cbsches, ind t Ir t'jrjirit It lull, ty Urut I.Mnecr. 7 fir .VIII in, the J7 y ew(t 131 Wootl'a llhafO lllnlratlons.- f.'nmt lunnr, by lira Hrarr Wmd. NN.7. I runac'w Alinniinrfor Tir .Mr I mull 11 llobtiimin. A 0111,111 Tiei Tfiiiaiadii'ff I 'or ill. Tie Arnblan Miititu, -- GOLD MEDAL Ah e is , .armtlrr ftltr Jmuritc Xntiirnt nintuvy f rt t. ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, far llov't Steam Engine and Saw Mil XtMM.ed at Allttla hi 13(1 Manufaetariri f Sitstn L'Dclnte, Ilelltre. 8tw Milll, Ui I. Irtri I.. Hi Maehfnee, llab and Spke Mt'hi .rr. "Jhslnn. Ilaiters, I'nl. Ityt, Coupling', tletring llrliland Hour JIllll . I I'laattllea Send rr"lalUrraliror oar ji Sill, eihlrh nt tell fr No. I. 0O 40 1 No. 4. 2 SO No.. Mllmtoru -- ftlirlllnuitnm A llurnr Tmittr on III"Kindsll unit III J e(te, ly DrfllIt lliie.hrWllklKVIMM. II Tltr p ml fltptu 4 10 p u I S II p ru " Filmouthw. 11 BlllOtl pM .. lu SO Cyntblini I SO a m a ii p uioopui " I'srli. Arr. Lcilnglon... IllSpn ( Jl p U 1 1 20 put 7SO p nilltUpu 1 30 p .ie. Islington 111 pv t 20 p mill Im ini Arr. tVlncneater im m u irnrrru. hMr Watlrr ett, ty MlrtMuleek. llrttrr itilv, Intrilur Journal, AV vflrrlnmt. Mies Htaddati . IUI too " Jit Mlrrllog.. Ashland ' lluillnloD pull iSini IVipD III pir .....'Z 4 Uam M pm 1 Call on or sddrrn M- Editor Tie Illhtr llletlniittrv. t.mlu Amtlru' fterrrt, fcy 1. KiaBhird, Ky I.Tll.. S200. chinery, a th. No. 3. S 7 15 No. 1. I No. 0 it " " Irr. Lts. " " " Leu. Huntington.. Aihlnd... Ill as 1 ra a Ml. Sterling. Wlncbetter Leilngton-,-1 Mam m 5 30 10 pm p m 7 frO p ID 7 41 pm p m 0 12 p m 10 19 p m 11 33 m HALL'S Ratarrh Core LANE & BODLEY CO., Jthn ,t Ifi.lrr HI:, Cincinnati, ', aiTa iltutirnr 1 1 a't I' l'lanlallon ee. Ma- TUTT'S Cyntblini. l"irlt. . Leilngton. . ill 21 I am 1m nil 1 IBpm 3 '3 pm 4 IS 1 lu 00 3M llSin ml "TXPleTORANT .a M ...Ugiuoua tml. 11' It enrapoKd utts,wluelieriiile ll.e nlMlanrw of llio LuiiRt, eiperluratra ilia actlil mailer thstcviieue i , it I i !".' '" Miliratt loollilna; toallnf;, wi i rtlles-e- lit ll" "t- - it cleautea Uil i' ' t Vim llielunBtufallluinurlllcs.sttei.Btlieua s thetntTltr.tenreeulr.l li- - ll.ea,ln.leor-atcthe eii.ul. iun of h I .kkI, sim! tram lb o.rreu.ir.'.ni Mlglit rohl il.en end In rout uuiiit Inn. It I. lUiifcrrniis tuneRlecl them. A.il tlio remedy promptly. A tettof iw"iy "ir," tl. aei itoa that noreiitrilr l.aaerrr lee. fou.t.l that Isao imiuipt in Iter .n.TUIT'S UPECTORAXT. Asliile it oto ralsea ll.o 'ililr;in, tutdura ,. wurtttberoott IsSiminstion. aud irt A pleata.it rirlla!,chll oUtinsteeoueh Cr.iup It ia Ire. t take It readll) ! n every family. lliralllatile in I i lit Mf.sml l Unlit... J' TUTT'S PILLS ACT pecnl-iantie- sj hide. It has allns been so, and will bo so to do end, an' when husbands ant wives qnarrol an' hate, a law to mako 'cm continuo to lib togeddcr am unjust an' wicked." Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific Railway. TI-IBIIalEl sTOnTn 610 A I10TTLI5. Hats tut, E. jtrmuT, Jackscn. llnh.. write 'atarrh for2J vtam. IIil. a Cata.rrh Curo cur- - ' me. Centidrrltworthliaooatiottla. IUSold ty all Drucs ita l .5 ets tier - ' ' Manufactured nnd aoldlir F J CHENEY 4 It i lar. lillla tnt I'orer. Iiyspeptla, Bick llta.lacl.e, lllllimt t ulle,t'inallpa. 4 Itom-icl- i , DIRECTLY'o'?i'JTH'ri''uv7! 3io lTvirictora, TOUUK), OUIO. Kor sale In Blan ord hy Peony A McAli.ler Iluit. Illiriimattini. IMIee, 1'aliillatlonor th Heart, lilaalueaa, Torpid I.lr,anil I'einal Irres;ntarlllea. If you do not "IkI erry wetl,ftsln.t. pido' W timo etimutatetth .impaitatievrloth r n'orc-'l- l.ti- lrlrr.'Jr. :l. M lirrny M .IV.Y. K fOR TUTT'S MAMUAl rREE.-- fellow-travele- flip-flap- char-it.rnr- hair-curlin- o Ckeuists liavo long been scorching TIIIIWEIB In ellect IHc. 31, 1M2. for quinino or an equivalent snbstituto from somo other than tho usual sourco CINCINNATI HOUrilEItN DIVISION aovtunoiai). bark. Tho nearest approach to this Nol7 No 5, bo 3 No is the discovery of chinolinc, which lias Fxp..Nlgt Accom Msl 8TATIONM. Eip Hilly sod powerful antiseptic properties and has Kx. Kin already been proved to havo a good ly. S'nd'y I'i 1'. M 'A. All effect in cases where quinino is indi... aw, (40 4uO' U Lre, Cloclunatl. IU 31 II uu' 034 cated. 3 " (leorgetown . 11 tun so " lxlugton.H..MW ;', Kt 710i2UO 7 3C 12 24 A ixcTUHEn onco prelncoa nis . 11 Mcbolillle. 11 M'n to High Ilrldge 77'2 4lb upon tlio rhinoceros with; ' llarrodsburg Juuct'i 12 03,12 25 3111 II A 12 ZU 12 37 3 I)Drll;e....... must beg you to give me your undi" Dsuilllr Junction.. 12 30 12 43 335 I 4. 32 vided attention. Indeed, it is absoluteHuuirrset M.Hm.WWH NolSl 2 2o ... l'olol Uurnslde.... Acuii 2 5 ly impossiblo that you can form a truo 'J. Oak Dal Junction.. ' lluikwotid .......... 7UJ 60 ""....I 7' idea of tho hideous animal of which we 7W 3 21 2 Kprlug Cily .. 11 8:0, ......... IU 13 Ihiyco.. aro about to speak unless you keep your 43 gso 10 23 Cnatuniogi . Arr. eyes fixed on the lecturer 1" 1 .1 roniMnnrfoit of Pea. lojrlde of Iron, J'rt-urta- n Jfu r A; i VHotiJioruM (s a jHilalavl form, for ii lx ' jKomiy, ijomm of frottratlon of thai J'u.rrr it is iiuIUiemu-Ct- e. )1-lltf, !f-- ... 1 "I ..... ..I . , STTw ir,t !7mT!7iT'm IUl,A,l,A.WUUd HIIWK-- 1 After ft tboroutrb trial of tho taKO pleasure iran mniu, i x uave octa in ausunir lam intaur oonoaiea oy iia tue. minlatersi and Alio no opeaxera will una It of the (rreatest value wherou TonloU necoa. ary. I recommend It aa a reliable remedial uirent. poaaexatnir un doubtod nutritive nnd reatoratlvo propertJca. rmnwKH, jri Ml, s, laej nuAiM m na PURIFIES rftr BEV.J.L.TOWNEB, Indutxjr, IU., aaye- :"I conaidar It a moat excellent remedy for the debilitated vital force. dr. h aiiter, medicine co -- ::: w. xasi ct st. ;:a. bco-lin- Ykut kind drug clerk to littlo girl suro to tell your papa to take i,ie, Cbsltanoogt. ......... lio j o,.. this medicino according to tho directions bprlng Clly.........., on the bottlo ; on overdoso might affect tbxkwuud... ...-.- Oak Dale Junction. . his brain." Littlo girl" Oh, I guess Pulni llurnilde.. ." buiuerMl .. thero's no dancer of thnt, for I'vo heard l llaiiwtlla Jun.lun.. DattTlllo... tell him lots of times ho nover mamma " Hsrrodtburg Jund'n bad any brains." High llildjo.. VOUTIiaUl'KII. NolNo C No 4 1N0 2 P.M.! P.M. P. M. A M 4 4 " Now bo THE- 11 ' 00 10 VC 7 30, 7 43 V 331 . . Kip 1 4 43 10 08, 7 11'. U3I.I 15,1 2 13 8 41 50 SIS iu: 13j 10 II 41 12 INTERIOR JOURNAL 00 33 1 1 1 s) Shi 8V 10 8 JO 133 5 4(1) 2 07 351) 2 18 7 03 3 23 7 33, 8 48 10 25 0 0. 6 IV. 23. 338 238 No matter how shattered the system may be from excesses of any kind, the Oreit German Invlgorator will secure health and hap plness. See advertisement, For sale br IVnnr & McAlister, Runford. Established 1840. THlCUtllilCD Nlcholasfllle.. Arr. Cluiluuall (kirfujD.........j .... Uilugton 20 2 30 2 33 3 00 soc 52t 411 433 14.1 ALABAMA OltEsT BOUrUimfr. Lit. ChilUuuogt..... . AjT 00 HAS 313 3 33 I0OO "BRADFORD' MILL. COH.WHUT 4.1(10, rUMH ILLatlUlllRT, PORTABLE Arr. Merldltu.. .. Lrt. Merlolsu " Tutciloosa D!ruilDgbiiu.... Arr. Chittinuoga Lie. 3lerldlsu Forett " Bnudon. Attslla ...... lliuilrmbliu... Tuacsloutl ..., .. .. ...... 330 37 AlUlla.. 1221 30 (30 JEgjjtQP ROBBED , ' Jukson Arr. Vltkshurg.....M.. Tliouundiof gr?M irt V(.cii0urg.......... nnuuif ruuupt ununir Lie. Jicksoo ........... ... .tmlnniTMil. .IaiIhi, " .......... Brsudou. hipi'ln.inj hrtltb re- .. . lw lHOS.BRADFORDtCO. Ill, lit, l! W. k..4HU ftld fur tftKriptlrfl rtrc, AddrtH iiltlolr CIM'INNITI.U. VICKeJDUUM AND MEIIIDIAN. ......... .... ..,.. m. 1I2SO j S3k 3 38 1 !I020 i2 tin .. ..... Ill I sElsai gtBBSLaib. Ht VsrW JflsiB I tlsssissssssL TaS' alisssssssiisiisiisiisiisiBttk - (10 1 4- - aiurMi. nv uai oi mm a .real -. I GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R Which Art- - Meridian ' Forstl . 28 41 45 poiltlflr nd ptruuuntlr cure UIm-- Itnvt- iui" Mary-y"Bcca- zo .lunofB.MAI-uwTT.' H 30 . .. prruiturasM wt, toil uasr " Delta I JW -- . Arr.Vlckthurg. "bd4ot lrtulr vllh Icttl. JOHN KCOTT, V, P. and (Imi. Mm Cln Bou. SSdUI. fr hj mill. Tt.i I A VlllOHATOIt K. P. WILMON, (1. V. lud boi, or tU Losm wr IS, ur ail U'y.Clnrlnoitl.Ohlo; It told it $1 .lniKliU,orIIIW aont tnt by null, aocuiil P. A. Cln. bou. Wy, Clnclnnill, ().; II. COM, dluncMortUlon llm "lVMei, ! l Iom oT tptw,fallow. moI . ...i. ....I . i...ttii.l. rain In int bick. VlCtCaBURd. HHKEVEPOBTAND PACIFIC!. .. ... 110 Lie. VlikiOulg. ....-- .. II 30 .. " Willi S80 Arr. Monroe 7 30 Lee. Monroe..... - ....... ........ ... ...i - ... rr wuuun. Itw, ki11, on receipt it lce, br aJ Ky 113 AdiuniUMt.ToWo.Oblo. IfMrrJ Bul aitat fur the United Stile. Jj1" BRA N. O. P. A. A. (J. H. K'y. Chstlsonnn.Tenn i H'y, Vlckskurg. J. HAKHYr V.U P. A. V., i. A ft Miss. JOE McOUIUE.0.1. Monroe, Li. U'y, V.all, JOB PRINTING OFFICE to Is Proparod do all kinds of Friutiug iu tlio Best of Stylo and at City FiguroB. Try us. '&vjdj'Sli:- -