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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 19, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883011901_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: January 19, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T t. ft i I X.-NUMBEll Nt.ll Stem 510. Haiti DARDYS Jttlefiif lumfBiL 19, 1880. " 4 4 VOLUME STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, JANUARY NEW SEMES-NUMB- ER ILL Oettmg A Stand of Clortr. To guard against tho frequent failures iu getting n stand of clover, tho Editor and Proptittor surest plan In acedingdown n field on W. P. WALTON, . Butintit Manager which wheat has been sown tho previT. ft. WALTON, ous fall is to wait until tho ground is I'libl lull fit Turmlrtln cunt Frhtnwt well settled tho following Spring and all danger of frost is over, and then tvj.no to tow thereon six quarts of clover PROPHYLACTIC A IIonrlinli1 E- - T3. Notions, Hoots, Shoes nnd Clothing for U10 FLUID. ArtlriV far tTnWrrftAt I'niully t up. OWSLET". I WII.Ii SEW, MV ijVii annum. Eradicates h r1plln. MWpi 1" boinlnHlom not ntrr 'lirr ""; ?Lih1 "f ''. f nta, Mv Actrtuee Km. Mo.!jcka klw n nn intollcctunl Sho prefers to bo kiwal fnshion. intlicr than to kiis, nnJ licr grnccfnl movementi make her an easy person unnecessa M ct with. Thcro Is no clutohlog nml clawing to hold on to tf her tow. She rests upon his bototn ia very la- - a ptclurtiqua way tbat plea'ilng to tho'eje. LoHa uit pecks at a fellow's fate, RUtl is l'U ilrUe anywbero between the eyes and i,n ehfn. Thcro Is a Jump, a smack, .,,.1 il.at'i all. It's tho wont kind of it can't bo anticipated, a kisi, is and tbo actor only rftilixd what it Morrii' when H'a all over. Cra teeth Imvo becu disoolorel and deplo her ted by too much medicine, and U not an inviting one for this mouth reason. There is nothing girlih about They nro womanly and her kfMM businesslike. .TanauFchck has very' little kissing 13 do, but sho never tarries over it when it is to bo done. She a places her favors on the forehead in sort of a way, and doesn't maternnl appear to elicit nor bestow much iat ..faction. Sara Je'wett, tbo leading lady of the Union Hquare Theatre, is said to Ixstow a kiss as soft as velvet, and has hecomo noted for tho grace with which sho can posn within a pair of manly arms. Her scene wiih Charles H. Thorne were always pretty, becnu'b she has About tho right relative height t hw. Maude Granaro generally bestowed ger's khwc with her head reclining languidly on tbo shoulder of her lover and n pair of arms entwining him. Fanny Davenport is much too largo for a man ot ordinary staturo to look well with her in his arms. She generally assumes tho cntiro responsibility of1 the kiss. Alice O.itos spreads her arma out wide, and goes right for tho objective point with n will, and tho libial sound is noisy and indelin cate. When tho kiss is given, a sigh, a shako of tho head, and perhaps a backward kick indicate her delight. Thcro wai nn alarming uncertainty about Soldene's kUses which whether the kisser made it'a toss-uwould bavo to go on tho insido or remain out of doors. A mng-uificelong-draw- and four quarts of timothy teed to tho Hy mixing the seed tbo timoacre. thy in ciuo tho clovershould kill out, will bo thcro to take its place, and thus thcro will Iks neither tbo loss of the use of tho land nor nf tho double chnnro of n crop of hay. Immcdiato ly after tbo iced U sown it should Ira put in with thn harrow ono having its teeth set slightly backwards is best and finished wljh a heavy roller. This done, It will make the chanco of getting a set doubly suro, to sow thoreon about ono hundred pounds of plaster to tho aero. If it is desired to seed a field of oats in clover and timothy, tho sowing of tho two latter should bo deferred until the oats have been put in and dragged and tho clover nnd timothy then sown and put in with tbo roller tho rolling being of great service, not only to tho clo vcr and timothy, but to tho oaU also not only not neglecting tho uso of tho plaster, but whero tho land is light nnd badly worn, to increoso the qimnty of plaster to ono hnndrcd and fifty pounds to tho acre. Clover, being a feeblo seed, should never ho covered moro than inch or so deep. Many farmers sow rioter on wheat so early in tbo spring that on starting to grow it is overtaken by tho frosts and killed, nnd they wonder what has becotno of tho feed, or why it did not "take," and this, too, when they omit sowing the plaster. Ho that oven if tho coed does come up nil right, it is killed by tho hot suns nf summer without the plaster to prevent it. Wo bavo known iiimiy auoh case where n littlo plaster would ha vo saved it. To get n good stand of clover in a light sandy soil that has Wen badly worn, is no easy task, but if the nlxivo rules are strictly complied with, fail urc would rarely ever occur. lf I 1 Tjpliolil 1'rTfirn, IHplitliiM-lfiSail, , lor Urn rift anil 1IALAMA. rnllon Ulcerated I HoroTlironl Smalt Fall and Vtnftir 30 DAYS next JTON. MJGVWKABTCBnNB FARM FOR SALE! Ijile-o- f lo , Mrnfilr ntul Kit Contiicloni nar, 1'hmm woitfnff n tb 8I k kh iitd u it fm ly TcatM FrverltM t nerrr iVtn known to wfttrv tbm llwlil tti ml Veil rfvfrbi mm ilurp. vuh if iiflrr Tfce wortt blnrk vomit h:ul tnkfti Shoes nnd Clothing u Specially. nt greatly rciluccil prices. Heavy Hoots, E. V. OWSLEY. Wf frOQNfe, Ilr trd Ctt o( ltphthri4 yield to It ' CnnUttloti HMAI.M'OX lvrrrtUiJKIrkIrr- refrthel ml win a1 llnl orrn itrnvrnt- - 1'ITTIKU nfflrnnll nl by Mlhinf with io riti:vim:i Ilarbr nu ofmir 1 purr Air m it Ily A m tmherl.kcn f.m. w wild wmKli na purii, I iMcd UHore Throat It a Small rft MIKtlt Ihtt tllMU lh Ufl cw not ilclirhtu. wat not 111 fhrnmlt, Perrrinre with A. Co., Stanlonl, Ky., J. M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. Imiiorlrra and Joldien nl lr flomN, Kollnna. Ac , M7, 5I, All Main htiret, Cor Hlllh, f.OUIHVILIil - ICV. Tor Ilrirmnntlam cartd Holt White Complel ion ttcarea vy in uie. Ship IVtrr crcrented IMIci. limung, etc. CI. III. lull. , lrtilfi dfftrorfd fjittcJ. and wa about ih lixiMUainlathrto weckt, ana no others had II - J W TAJiit. Ixvim, riuUddphia. FOR JSALE Combined In one, 11'ilel'ainl I oftVr for atlo prltaultrny end of I mwdn counIn tlx I ty, within ", mile f rettnn'a Well. It H '4 of utile Irnm Ibe Mlllr.lKo.lllo ,t Hianlnril lkr nnd y, inllr Irom KtanMnl A llu.lontl'ie pike, ia w.ll watrint.tiiaKnnit Improreinentr.alwut , itintr.M acil wheat and balanre for corn next year I' it appljlng at onH trry pioduclltr Any .n. J. ran nl.taln a bargain. of lOO nBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS AND irio I01-!r- a WllledgeTllle, lloirr, Ky. PHARMACEUTISTS, ! Hat log concluded tortmore to Tent, I cflcr fur ale my ROBBED Wlileb potlllrely Tu nurlfih llreath Diphtheria Clmni tlioTcrthf h un't be turpattcd. Provontod. Cntarrli rtltoed iJ cured. r.ryalprU cured llurnarrlicvcOinitantlf TTi hrtlclin htre Srar jircvcniet ute libyt Hu.d my liripnlrrjr rtiirsK aucccrullv inthe treatHcurif rured AnArilMotpfdrAnimiil Or CPUU J'WaVlM, Itclilcucc V iimltlekd MpiJly ment o( lbphthtrta Urecntbor AU Trtlrr titled tip Stlnc, etc I wed the Fluid dunne t'llfilrru prevrntej CHtrpretent afflict) n with I'lrrra punfietl and healed S rkt ( cTtr with tie cMed advantice It If In rnaranrile'nthlt I rooa IndupentiMe to th (irV Wm. F Sand ruRDt Fiie, AU nd peimanrntle caret I in tin-fru- ri. catitel by exreMreoleny UnO.) arinf and lldlae thai follow a with rounteraand thelilnK nlcrltand proix-rl-y Abut, at loM of ftiergr, bwol with all the oulbullillnjta nerrsury to memo'T, uolrerwl laaaliude, pain In the Ima. and Ibe taiteol the moat fattldlmis, and dlmnett oftlilon prrmaitire old njp, aod roany an abiindanre of pure water fur drinking anil other dltccPi that lead to enniuinntlon ami a pre(hade ami fruit tree mature grate IliTHend for cireulira Mill lioiiaehold puipotca.la-auttru- l adorning audlioanlifyltiK the ent re pirmlrri, all free by mill. The 1, VlfHUlA TOIt In mgonl and liralihy condition Any one J, by all for It aoid at llper boi.ortlx boxe d a cli.apyet riliiabl- - rnldrnrv, among a druggltta.orwlllbe tent free by mall, tec .rely proiieroui people, would do well to rail waled, on receipt tf price, by addreealng and eiauilnethe pieiultea tielore purcbtilnjeln IT. Adiraanreet,Tledo,Uhln. where Terint rraaonable. w-i191-- 1 It) joiim Sole stent fur the United Hlaiea f STiioni:. Kt.,00 Lanraater atreet Tho building li two and une-ha- lf itorlrt high, SOxtl feet and icn-Ut- ni la 20 HO, Id all right rootnt. The ilorr-roo- IIiihIiichh IIoiihc, GERMAN Hailed In the town of Crab ;, nnf II Belf lequenceof Thounandt ofgrtrea are annually roblel ntthelr Tlcilma, llrra proton. Ml, happln alind health re norm by uto oune great Opera House Block, -- Stanford, Ky., IN- - IinAIiUItH INVIGORATOR! DrtiKM, ir, A'eetllcH. Our Jewelry, Mlrcrwnro anil ' ptlcnl (Itinds Department Is In Charge of Col. llios, IMcliarils, who will Jtcpalr Antchcs and Clocks Promptly and In the best style. ) Wall I'r.pcr. WIuch, Mimical J.lquorn, Clit'iulcnls, Ilnnlix, IiiHtrtiinenfH, G'iKiirft 1'illlltM, fSluiltmcrj', I'oekot OllN, 'Kiimccoft, hontiH. tulltcrj, r ire AriiiH, t;riiiiiiL'rj, Miichlno l.itiii!, -- r. hol be owH about the enrpte it will prevent any unplea ant art II Therttilnrnt ritr. L W D ObWXV convifKr.1 lVf Iarba lVipht lactic HukI ha Taluabk dhinfeuant." . Nnalitlllr, VnndrrUllt Unlvrr!tj-Tenn. I la.t!f.A !. ...n.. r lei . !!... D.rl.yf l'rijihyljrtic Hunt A a dinnfccunt and determent it it both theoretically and practically aunen ir to any preparatinn with hich I am ac N T I.t Suainted Vmt Cheraktry Itnrlirn l'lnlil la ICrrtiiiimcmlril by II. n Alixande II St am am, of Gesrvu kcr Ciiai. K Dram, D.D., Church of the I Scarlet Fovori 1 Cored, I IH.in,.T. MAItlo's SIMS, 21. I)., N,w York, ap- - "I an H a. Stanford, A Splendid RuPLiY9 MERCHANT TAIlsOIfi, G hli l'atront offllanlurdand ticlDllj- ', J SiTiAiBIIallSi! &8 mi St1,! T $ . Wi'w- 5?ar Wi?-kk.Sl -- so JIS-J- HARNESS SECO. Kentucky, that lie ban rrrelred WUhee to Inform rr.t, Stock of will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. We arc also in Fall and Winter Goods, swap for Hope to Ifaving bought out S. II. Bnugliinmi, wo will keep on hand nnice lot ofllorscs and Buggies, which wc Slian(en, N V . tin I.aC'.Nte.GJumlna.lW, here claimed fuller IMurmatlm et of yoiw 1'rueajitl a rumiMct at Ktid to the prapruten, .1. II. 7.IIILIN CO.. Man f.luiinCheirtittt, I'lllLAUtLI'lllA Ued internally or eatemally fcr Man or lka.t. Ihe Fluid hat len thoroiicMy letted, and we hare abumlant erldence Hut it hat dine ew rylh.rc iMi!si'i:miii.i: to l'etfectly haratleM. Key A J Key ban. IIattlr, Vmt Tlraca, lbthop U. . Mercer Urxyertity. U. Church. UMrenlty.SC Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. TJEfcAJDXi., THK COALFeed. ail kinds of And will receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Respectfully, A. T. KHJWNEIEY, 8TAS?. iiumi i 9ewy& M'jytetesp PHARMACISTS -- Touching Anecdote Mr. Mggridgo, in his studies in Natural History had been in tbo hab it of imraewing, for preservation, his different specimens of spiders and ants in bottles of alcohol. Ho saw thoy struggled for a tow minutes; but ho thought that sonsation was soon ' extinguished, and that they were soon free from auflring. On ouo occasion he wished to prescrvo a largo female sptder and tweuty four of her young He put ones, that ho had captured. bottlo of alcohol, tho mother into a aud saw that after a few moments sho folded up her legs upon her body, nnd was at rest. Ho then put into tho bottle tho young ones, who, of course, manifested acuto pain. What wn his aurpriso to see tho mother arousu hcnelf from her lethargy, dart nround and gather her young onei to her bo lorn, fold her legs over them, again rclapso Into insensibility, until at last death came to hor relief, and tho lirabi, no longer controlled by this maternal instict, released their grasp I Tho effect of tho exhibition of lovo is a loson to our common humanity. He has never since repeated the experi. mont, but has applied chloroform before immersion. According to Dr. Edward Smith, in his trcaliso on "Food," mi egg woighing an ounce nnd contains 120 grains of carbon and seventeen and threo quarters grains of nitrogon, or 15 25 por cent, of nitro gen. The valuo of one pound of eggs as food for sustaining tho ictivo forces of tho body, is to tbo values of ono pound of lean beef, as 1584 to 'J0O. As a flosli producer, ono pound of eggs is about equal to ono pound threo-quarter- tf A Spider. "Did you ever think," asks a Paris curiosity hunter "How many mate and female ancestors were required to bring you into tho world? First, it was necessary that you should havo a father aud mother that makes two human beings. Each of them must also havo had a father nnd mother that makes four human lieings. Each of those four must havo had n father and mother that makes eight human beings. So on wo must go back for 5G generations, which would bring us only to tho timo of Jesus Christ. Tho calculation thus resulting shows that 130,235.017, 189 534.97G births must havo taken place in order to bring you into this worldl you, who read tbeso lines." Ry this token what an enormous numlier of men must havo emerged from the glacial epoch under the name of Adam! A philanthropic quack has just died in Cincinnati. Ho was an educated physician named Kerr, but his only medicine was a cure all which ho called "the Renovator." He raado it in vast quantities, but only sold enough to afford him a bare living, giving tho most of it nwny to tho It is said to have been a lmrm-let- s poor. aud beneficial tonic, and did injury only when relied upon in dangerous diseases. At n dinner the little son of tho ho a tea wbr alloivol to conic down to tloserl. Having hsd what his mother thought a sufficiency of fruit, ho was told ho must not bavo any more, whrn to tho surprise of every one of tho guests, be exclaimed: "If you don't givo mo somo moro I'll tell!" A fresh supply was at onco furnished him and as soon ns finished be repeated bis threat, whereupon ho was sud denly nnd swiftly removed from tho room, but bo bad just enough time to convulee tbo company by exclaiming: "My now trousers nro made out of ma's old curtains!" bed-roo- niriCl fih fzl. sT k - I'KAlthS It 52 JE& II - ' TtTlttrc "Rnrtlrs? Alao ci4etit nutf ronnvmndi-- rii RIGHT; GHOCER, fflf SiTJ tttijra VV ' 7" VVS, rhyayrlana previttiUont areuratclr i " JHU'Ki.i:.:! r IIIK Largest Slock of AValclics, St. JLsapli IBlocIs, Stanford. STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. K cmbrnccH Slnplc mid I'm icy Grocer Ich, Patent and Family Flour, Moil!, Ilncou and I.ard, Tobacco and ClgnrH, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, Gins and Qiicciumnrc. Canned Goods ol all UliiilsuHpcclully. Ilcnicinbcr the place, "The Corner Store." Clocks, Jewelry & Slherwaro Lower than Errr bmujlit to thlt market rrli-etlieLowctt. Watches, Cliicka and Jewelry lie. pain 1 on thort notice ind Warranto!. hero of the Jlilwnukeo flro is Ilcrnmn T. Strauss. Tho Cbicaco AVic says: "This cool beaded fellow climbed on to an adjoining building, threw a ladder across tbo alley separating it from tho burning pile, and transferred eleven of the terrified ter vant girls to the, neighboring roof and to safety. Ho not only called upon them to cross tho bridgo improvised, but ho went into tho burning hotel himself, dragged out tho senseless girls whom ho fouud half suflucated on the floors of tbo rooms aud carried them safely to tbo other roof." Tho Oil PRIflfil A. OWSLEY -- & SON, - DKAIililtS 1- We Will SeirEvery thing8 in our Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Woodon and Willowwaro, Stoves, Orates and Tinware, of beef. telescopo in tbo world" has jmt beon erected. It brings the moon so close that tbo man can be distinctly heard yelling "Don't Another "largest shoot." be from Philadelphia News. CUr-ins- n No mattrr how aliattertcl the tjtlum may eicfnfi of 1117 klnJ, the Ureal Invigorator will secure health and hap .!nrwi. Bee adwtiicment. For mI by IVnnr & McAllittr, Btanford. Tho now fivo cent nickel pieces aie being coined, weigh ono ralilimetro moro than tho old coins and ore a littlo larger and thinner. Uu the faco of tho ucw coin is a woman's head, surmounted with ft fillet, upon which is inscribed tho word "Liberty," tho whole being surrounded by tliir teen stars. The reverse contains n wreath surrounding a Roman numer al representing tho denomination of tho coin. The bloodhound of "Undo Tom's Cabin" Company broke looso last Tho week and killed tho dukey. manager in diro distress, had tho skin of tho donkey removed, ami scut an actor on in to impersonate the part, but tho fellow, for tho first timo in his life, failed to tuako an ass of himself. discovered the A littlo neighbor's bens iu her yard ecralch ing. In a most indignant tone she reported to her mother that Mrs. Smith's hens were "wiping their feot on our grass." P. M. Pryor, Louisvillo, says: "After Buffering for years with general debility, a singlo bottlo of Urown'a Iron Rittors has cured me." which d Turn and Now. While General Dutler was delivering a speech in Huston during tho recent campaign one of his hearers cried out, "How about tbo spoons, Hen ?', Denjituln's good eyo twinkled merrily as he looked bashfully at tho audieuco nnd said : "Now, don't mention that, please. I was a republican when I stole tho spoons." Nino tons of postago stamps, hi tons of envelopes, 113 tous of postal cards, aud 17 tons of newspaper wrappers were Bold at tho New York Post ofllco duriug 1882. Tho value of newspaper nnd periodical stamps sold was 8139,802 88, and the total re ceipts of tho office wcro 81,228,575. 20. Hhecp suffer greatly from exposure, aud need to be well homed, especially during storms. Throwing fodder on tbo ground is a wasteful practice. Racks can bo niado at small cost, aud they will moro tlmn pay for tliem selves in a singlo wiuter. Opportunity bus hair iu front; bo bind sho is bald. If you seize her by tbo forelock you may hold her: but if suffered to escape, not Jupiter himself From the Lacan catch her again, tin. "I don't s(o tho use of a machine for hop projslug, do you, William?" said Laura just before embarking in the giddy waltz. William votes that Hoston Star. bop a success. Pocket and CLOTHING STOCK Full line ofFamily Flour,Table Cutlery, Patent Hames, Traces, and - AT- Salt, Liiuo, Comont, Fiold Soods, Flows and Farming Xmploments. Call and soo tho gonuino Hamilton Plow. ACTUAL MARKET ..jar- Saiinff OPERA HIOTJSE BLOOK. W'mii mm. ''' v3& r im i your special attention to theU"C5FE w i I desire to call - IKlSr? Jet ii SB rife-f- r m ff L W bkiiii-,?s- a " mm a iiliiWr Purchases Must be Cash, psrtaffifc vi operation, taste or interest from date. THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE,. Firo Back We Annually Reduce Our Ventilated Stock, and Chnmbor T1 bats! r3c; r?t lifv - iy jja s-'B- s . i at r- X3C.j-fs- l"f ?rI 3S25'- - .x3SaBsrfy.y which for utility, durability, perfection in ii E In ornamentation and is unequalled. is made in Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The three sections. As the center burns out much faster than the ends, this piece can bo roplacod without tho expense of the entire back. behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. Tho Broiliug facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and THIS IS THE TIME. rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built on it, if desired-Man- J. Q. Owen, Louisville, says: "I have used Jirowu's Iron Dltters for vertigo and shattered system; am wonderfully pleased with tho result. ' BRUCE, WARREN I & CO. othor 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. MoKinney, Mrs. W. Q. Welch, Mrs. 0. II. McKinney, Mrs. S. J. Embry, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. 0. A. laokey at to the advantages the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, M Si i ra NOTES OF CURRENT. EVENTS. LAM'AVrtlt AhUHflsKXm. BCUE COUNTf. JUDUi: W. . IIANNFOItD crulng to the members of a medical a genuine spirit la generated that SenThe Maine Legislature la a eanJMats for the iltmorralle nomination ff Dantillt. II. U. KAUTFMAN, is ltfreaniatlT In the neat Itltlainrs. constantly tend to mlnimfie all that la wif.M ator Frye. ATrOUNKV At I..A.W, Of R. C. Stewart and Wilson Green were unprofessional. I, ANCAHTF.rt, KY. MtxntR. There 035 pillcnts In the Leilngton JITIiUK T. P. HILL, JK., probaled on Monday. Court of Claims was Hour OntumlMlot.fr flarranl Ire utl Ooiul. Will Lunatic Asylum. Fegg't Firry, practice In all tho Court of I mini anil adjoining Is a candidate for He also in session. Friday Morning, January 19, 1883 rrcntttlts In Ins neal QoTernor t'nllom 'has been elected V Odd Fellow Hall wa crowded from counties and In IhsConilof Appenla, autjert In lb action ol the democracy. rr.RSOSAL, 8. Senator from Illinois. Mr. A. W. Wood I critically til at his stage to wall last night by a very enthusiW. P. WALTON, n. MUitPiiv - EDITOR candidate rooms over Farmer Bank, Mr. Nebraska ha twenty-fou- r Jerrie 11. astic and Intelligent audience, to witness for the U.S. SenalorsMp. Fisher, of St. Lout, who ha been visiting Havlln' company In the picturesque comli s candidate to rrrrrsentUncotnI county In ths fltaxrosD Hraiar fcnosr fell at Chicafpi yesterday mornoral I'fUUture, auhjecl to lbs at loo of lb i Ferry." The plsy went his father's family, left on Tuesday. Mr. edy of "Fogg' Thk Louijvillo Commercial which - KENTUCKY ing and the night before to the depth of Zinn, who ha been Marks' cutter for sever- wilh a boom, the comedy creating roars of LANCASTER,- has taken occasion recently to my two feet al year, leaves to day to take a position laughter, and the other part of the drama aomo good things of Jntlgo Owsley, The county and State tat In Datlesa with Crutcher A Stark at Lexington. Mrs being followed' with rapt atlention. The JOHN T. IIIWUNS, PROPRIETOR, countr, Ky., In $10 on the $100 and $3 Alma Smith Rogers, formerly o( Richmond, steamboat scene proved one of the handpictures him in this faithful manner : per capita. Ky , is visiting Mrs. Jno. Cratg. Mis somest climaxes on the stage. Mis Carrie "A tall, slender man, a littlo stooping, A riRST - GLASS HOTEL Senator Windom'a chance for re- Pink Metcalfe has gone South for the Win- Stuart waa very winning and fascinating to stylo, hut dressed without regard ol the put.lle election are diminished In the Minnesota ter. Clias, Cecil and wife have returned a "Chip," nnd the company was really Insrrry particular, Tb patron sollcltM, ami MiKiatiinn iiisrinirAi. comfortahly and well clothpd. Ho Legislature. E. H. BURNSIDE, from Baltimore. Mis Speed's lecture at excellent In the support. Miss Hla Rolf, a has largo features, which are not The Pendleton Civil Service Hill I a Bell Seminary chapel on Friday night was Covington girl, played Blanclio in superb I A heavy, keen pleasant eyes, an iron law, the President hating affixed hla auto- well pr.lronlr.nl Woll - Known This Old Mr. Schiller Davis, aged style. She Is a beautiful reader, and graph to it. gray beard and wears an old fashion Hotol Still Maintains 70 years, Is suffering from severe Injuries would make her mark In legitimate dra for I wlllsflloreaehanire ray I'srm In Teas A colored woman at Lexington his mas. Old l'osg, Still Bill and Martha lands In fiarrsnl. Malign, Lincoln or noflsroiin-tic- s ed, slato colored felt High from a fall, rhla farm la illualol In Tarrant countr sued the K. C. 11. R. for $50,000 for kill AKI were very funny, and Mother Fogg was ex wah wine. hat, which in itself would sweep tho miles Couth of th HIT of Trass, slnut II nr II ing her hti'band. During the week of prayer services at reedlngtygood. We can safely commend Fort Worth anil about Mm distance North of Iti Proprietor It Determined that mountains liko n hurricane That is In Johnson county IVnlalos John Roller, a white man, was killed Walnut street Methodist church orator "Fogg'a Ferry" wherever It may go, and Id City ofClflmn.fi, IsnJ lt Shall bo Second to bo Country cl Ana all uoiler lrnc.wllha .ItfO .a Complaining) of tho unprecedented and robbed by negroes near Williamsburg, were chosen how he looks, and in his manner ho is Hotel la tho Statt 1b iti Fare, It at J itoo.1 wattron rood Urn up-lr 'l I' for each evening with a hope to see It again in Covington. Cov r I farming land snd tlirrlnllu wll Appolntmeeti, or Attenfrf.-nfattractively unassuming and unaflect expenso of tho census taking, the Now Ky., Tuesday night. ad- Ington Cnmtnnnweallh theme assigned. The most latked-otot falsing eslllo Irlngon hlfh tion to Comfort of between two ncti-- falling streams fw.t.i. II la i A man, his wife and three children dresses were from light in the legal circle cd. Ho talks incessantly and he talks York Sim says : "It has cost to count their dueita. shout ono mil Kl of tho bums jnl rout of Hi. Foil Worth A IllnllraniUlt. K. which will l entertainingly. Not like a man who tho pcoplo of tho United States rather were found frozen to death near Atlanta, Jno. 8. VanWInkle on "The Spread of completed In a short lime, and also about 1 miles ftatBsgt wlllbtcsat.r.l Uaaf trm tbt Oa., Tuesday night. the Christian Religion as a Preventative MrstolthoO I' t Panta Vest It It now In free of rbaris. wants to hear himself talk, but liko a moro than ten cents for every roan, arMta4atlaa to This farm It In Uorlhlo tlilrre-tun- . The Kenton Insurance Company of Against war, and Judge Durham on loreiaitsfrrlalTrartlfrs.Tbt Bar will DEPARTMENT. the gnat collonahd wheal raiting aecllon ofNortb-ei- n man who is off on n holiday and is woman nnd child of tho fifty millions. Corlngton had $2,000 on the Kewhall alwsfs lasslled wllb Ik choicest mat and ttry dcslrahls for any on warning "Temperance " kraaiaorLliatrsaaa Cigar. raise mils Alto bar flaee a full of tho lark." Tho cause of this outraceous extrava House at Milwaukee. HOIST. It. WJEB'X', Ktlltor. imallr tmochof Hbort Horn llrlfera on lb call and with on nn Short lloin Hull, rears old this Married at the house of the bride, in Boyle An experiment of talking four hun The Livingston Flemraiog breach gance is tho departure from tho conLANCASTER. also farming Imfleinenta, that I will trad, with in county, on Wedmsday, 17lh, Mr. Joseph .n College. rili:i: nu.M'Aar. Ky The JanuaryNTerm of the Garrard ID. place. IMI of promise case which resulted in a stitutional object of the census. Tho dred miles by telephone wm successful Jan II, Lancaster, V. Fleece to Miss Mary Davis, daughter purposo of an enumeration every New York last Sunday. Circuit Court begins Monday. It will alro verdict of 876,000 damages to the STANFORD, KY. There have been 2,400 divorce grant of Mr Jackson Davis. Ceremony by Rev. wronged and rained woman, has as tenth year is to aflord n basis for ap ed in Maine in the list four year, or one E M. Green. They left on the noon train be County Court day. Six per cent will be added to the With a Full Corps of Teachers, sumed a different aspect. Fleniming portionment of representatives and to every ten marriage, for Memphis. The bride wore a traveling amount of all account due me, not paid a dltUend of three nr cent. waa de suit of deep green cashmere, with brocad- before has secured a stay of proceedings by taxes. That is nil. Tho fancy fc- aTbti Institution will open lit Thirteenth (WmIos Feb. 1st. Respectfully, J. C. aino.ii Monday in aepiemher Mt, presenting a lot of letters too filthy aires of the census havo beeu tacked clared by the Cincinnati, New Or learn and ed velvet and hat to match. Thompson. OrERCTTA. which ho claims to ou at tho instanco of theorists with Texas Pacific Railroad. The largest tock of Jewelry, silverfor publication, ALLTIUE BKiKCHFJ! Or A Under the auspice of the choir of Trinity ware Gen. W. C. Pendleton, Chief of Artiland musical goods of any house Id have just discovered and which Miss theories to bolster and statisticians lery of the Army of Northern Virginia. church, (Episcopal) the operetta "Lalla," Central Kentucky, at THOROUCHENGUSHCOURSE J. C. Thompson's, Livingston is said to have written to hungry for more figurerj." Ia dead at Slaunton, Va. by Stralton, will be given at the courtLancaster, Ky. Ar taught, as well u a carriage driver, They may howov The Chesapeake and Ohio continues to house on Friday night next. (2Clh ) The A Washington dispatch says Sen Mr. J. Wesley West has had his storeM.UBIC. THE IiANOUAOEB. DHAW-INof the Sciprincipal" part are taken by Signonnaa room remodeled cr after all provo to bo forgeries ator Pendleton's friends say that he is spread. A controlling interest in the and repainted, which adds AND PAINTINU. Annl 'McAIUtero and Betti Craiglni and very much meanest sort and wo hope Mies Liv- considerably cast down because tho oto Valley R R. la Its latest acquisition. toil attractiveness. He ha Geo. Scheller, barkeeper of the New lots of girls In the chorus and KJgarooili also added to his stock of boots, shoes, Ac., ingston will bo able to vindicato her- paesago of his Civil Service Reform hall House, Milwaukee, hai been arrested, Newlinoski as musical director. a line of dry goods. self and show that she was but a trust- Bill is not moro favorably received, charged with setting fire to the building. In Tuition, price rani from Iffl la M In lb ERR1SO. Mr. John W. Miller received a tele ronlar Department., frtuary, fJJ, Inwraaodtats ing maiden, "loving not wisely but especially in Ohio. Tho action of the The democrat of the West Virginia A young man from Hustonville rode rap- - gram from Washington, D. C. SO; Creparstajy, f to, sad (MtegiaU, SM. this week, too wcll. Ohio democrats in not sustaining his Legislature have nominated Congressman Idly down Main street on Monday, court announcing that his case In the Supreme for fall particulars, aa to rloaM. Ar.. tddr RM. H. V. TKI'mr.AKT. .rlarliml, STErnnN XV. Dorset has resigned course is a great disappointment to John E Kenni for the United State Sen- day, and uttered a rather emphatic bowl ot Court of the United Stales against the Na ate. 8 tin lord. Lincoln Co.. so, and when officer Ballard seized his horse tional Bank of Lancaster, Ky., had bten as Secretary of the National Republi- the Senator. He thought that by tho "Billy the Kid," a Montana desperado, he showed an A. J. spirit and with the decided against him. can Committee, much to tho regret of passage ot the bill his chances lor was killed by a volley from hi pursuers as victor left the spoils. Springing from hi Mrs. B. M. Burdett entertained a few that class of his party who believe nomination for tho presidency at the he was swimming a river in his escape horse, he lit running and though a little of her young lady friend Monday evening. from jail. DorceoMt to Uaugberty A Iljde, winding in hi gait, made good time, but Miss Leila Price will entertain the Musi. that a man is only doing tho proper hands of tho democratic party would ENTEPRISE GROCERY, A boom for Gen. Grant for Fresident NTAXFOKU. part by himself when he steals from bo greatly enhanced. That ho does in 1884 is being engineered in New York, wss overtaken. Just at the jail door his cale (Friday.) Mrs.lt. II. KENTUCKY, ef Paint Lick, waa visiting her mothMsacnr-trata- a the government. It is strange though, not get any thing of a boom out of it but it can not amount to more than a little friends Interposed and said they would r stand good for his fine and he was allowed er near this place the Grst of itie week. one for a cent. that tho moro decent of the republi causes him a good deal of soreness. to go till Tuesday morning books The Married, at the residence of Mr. Wm. The Willard Hotel Lottery "is cans have not demanded his resigna Ir newspapers aro nny index of the hands of the Court and if the ticket in the at the Police Court show D. A D. (not deaf McCarley, in this county, Mr. D.C. Pill. holdtion before this, especially since eight feeling of the State as to Carlislo and ers get any of their money back it will be and dumb) Elsie V. Logan $10 cash, Wm. tins, of Paint Lick, to Miss Maggie Mc Dodd $5 cash. out of twelve jurors said he ought to Blackburn, tho latter has a mighty after due course law. Carley; Rev. J. R Preples, of the Meiho-diiVholetat and n.Ult Ialcrt I- nof TEX TltOrsAND DOLLARS. be in tho penitentiary for the Star church performed the ceremony. The Gov. W. B Bale, of Tennessee, was following. expoor Only two havo Ueo. Laurence, of Danville, has secured a young couple have our best wishes for their route swindles. Staple and Fancy Oroceries, Queeni- inauguratii Monday, and in his message judgment for pressed in favor of him, while thir$10,000 against the City of future prosperity and happiness. does not ty odd are unequivocally for the supported the recent plan for a compro- Cincinnati for injuries received In a fall on Gov. Blackburn says he ware, Qauware. Candiei, We are sorry to learn that J. C Bryor the street last April, while attempting to ant ha sold his stock of drug, Ac , In intend to mince matters about protect former. Blackburn ought to retire mise the State debt. Fruit i.Cigara and George Carroll bought of Henry step from a street car while In motion. Mr. Ilryantsvllle, and when he return from ing Neal and Craft. If tho Judge from the contest now, while he can Welsh 35 head ol cood feeding lobacco. asks tor 1,500 men, he will send him do it gracefully. Remaining on tho cattle, averaging 1.050 pounds, si 6 cents. Laurence ia a poor man and this will be a hi bridal lour expect to locate in Lexbig lift, If he ever get the money. fJUOCmV-- A WIXL LIOIIT. ington. Jim Is a good business man and A 2,000 and more if neceseary. The track he can only hurt Carlislo and -- Ml. Sterling Senlenel. ed, roomy house. Kre rjthlog Best aa THE TOY riSTOL will be missed from the county, and more A. II. Garland is U. S. Sena fin and price t lower than Bame companies will be sent and Maj. nesist in the election of Randall, or Still gives to the small boy. especially from lower Garrard. He sold erer. ator by the Arkansas Legislature. His on Allen will have tho preference in com- some of the high protectionists. McRob-ert- s, McRoberts, son of Thos. WAGONS KINDS. his stock to Bryant fi Ilillard, under which Han't Fall to Srr Tirnt fn ly opponent, who is his brother and a looked down the muzzle of one and firm name the business will be continued. mand over any other officer, because YT manufacture Canl.gr Mori.. A college of pharmacy for the greenbicker, got just three votes. of all deacrlplloat, the doctor picked the powder and paper emplorlng onlr urst-rlhe is judicious and the people know he workmen and lulag The marriage of .Mr. J. C, Bryant, of On joint ballot In the Massachusetts only education of women only has been ormslerUI, and tell at rMMtuhl wads out of his chin. intends to nip any Bryanlsville, and Miss Mamie Robertson, will shoot. He siurea si Tie, woraai.n.nip and material coa.td- Legislature, Mr. Hoar yesterdsy lacked HYENAS. ganized by tho Polytechnic Society of M.n mn.UTlHr.aKS.TX. TTH, tiAUOIIKKTY. mi mob spirit in the bud and in that he reren votes of the number necessary to his A principal of a female school in giving of Lexington, will take place at the resiKentucky, and will soon be in active dence of Mis Robertson's mother, No A3, to the United States Senate. ought to bo supported by all good hisgitla a lecture on the propriety of let operation. Women are already emA very Inrge meeting of colored men ting College boya alone spoke of them aa Hill Street, Lexington, Ky., on the 25ih OHIO By. people. ployed in Louisvilte as pharmacists, was held at Wilmington, N. C, Wednesday Hyenas. And now night and day the air Inst. The wedding will be a very quiet We will sow for tntclat (Mention to The Boston Post geenis thankful for and are giving complete satisfaction to Inaugurate the first railroad enterprise Hair, only a few of the most intimate I thought I could give ia filled with friends will be exacted. The ceremony small favors. It says "ono of the to their employers. They are steadi- ever started exclusively by men of that some idea of rCHHTOJI the sound, but I find that it will be performed by the Iter. Mr. Slanbu-ry- , VVe froml. to giro Mtltf.ttlon, and when desired roa race. good things that can be said of Mr. ly getting their rights and the Of course that Prof time is Some crank signing himself "Guiteau is unsellable will gtie I'atent Flour rr iVbeat. Can make of the Episcopal Church. ImmediateHoar's Presidential succession bill is coming when thoy will walk up to the Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 2i," has sent s letter to Mayor Palmer, of never Intended to confer any distinction, ly after the ceremony Mr. Bryant will either bollnl or unbolted meal scaLi.sri:K anii.i,i:Im that, by its provisions, in case of the polls and vote same as any other man. Boston, raying he is going to kill Governor but in thta day to be a Hyena, Is greater leave with his bride for a Western tour. not Thtonly line running death or or disability of President ArButler in five months and twenty. eight than a turkey or partridge. Miss Robertson Is a relative of Mr Judte PULLVAN NEW SLEEPING CABS Mk. Deck made a speech against days. LAW AND THE TUHXriKES. House, thur there would be five men in the The money order business transacted The Sheriff reported to tho County Court, Owsley, of this place, also of Col R. A line fur the succession, ahead of Wm. the Tariff Commission Bill in which by the ol lower Garrard. She was via e Department o( the Uni- the Danville A Huatonvllle Turnpike road McGratb, iting these relatives last Summer when she E. Chandler Frelinghuysen, Folger, ho showed that instead of reducing the ted States during 1882, amounted to company, D. W. Jones, President, as wit- took captive the heart ol our young raoM Lincoln, Brewster and Grandfather duties which bear most heavily on the 64, an Increase of twelve per cent, fully failing and refusing to pay its taxes. Miss Robertson I friend. deservedly people at large, and operate as a bo over 1881. 187G provides that corporation Howe all standing a better show, The act of 1.0UlMTllIe,r.MClnHRtl,HdLu II. UhtIIii'm I'iuiiou Couibl-illationus to certain classes of manufacturers, It ia said that President Arthur has ahall pay taxes for county purposes on popular wherever she Is known, and all liiKlfH, Ky., and in the order named. join in extending to Jim a hearty congratis so artfully constructed in many become smitten with the charms of Miss pain of judgment for triple taxes and it K Cal'aban'a lloinintlc Western Cnne.lr. ulation on his good fortune In winning so InC Col. Savage, who recently said in Drama. Latest parts as actually to increase the bur- Sackvilie West, daughter of the British fine not more than $100. The Court ren fair a prize. May they belli live long and SATiO.XIhOK THE New lurk ttuccstt and bKN 8EA80.V, a speech that Jeff Davis, Senator HarMinister, who is heir presumptive to his dered a judgment against the road for the Connecting In sam depot with fast trains ler then and to put moro money in the be happy, is our hearty wish. brother, Lor4 Sackville. ris and other leading men of the Con1881 triple taxes and a fine of one year J The Directors of the Citizen National pockets of thoso in whoso interest it ia The Crown Prince and Princess of cent and cost; and required the road propfederacy ought to have been hung, is concocted. German requested all who proposed to erty to be listed fur 1882, at $300 per mile Bank, closed the trade Tuesday, with Mil perhaps moro of that opiniuu now than With tb Charming Vora.lit Comtuedlrnne, The Direct Route to Lynchburg:, Danler & Miller, for the lower room of the The Superintendent of the Central give presents on the occasion of their silver This will be adopted as precedent in pro- building they have just erected. This ia MIHH ever, since the Senator beat him so ville, Norfolk, HTCAIIT, wedding to contribute the money to the ceed u re agalnat other turnpike companies. handsome building In Central In her Superb Character tlrudltloti or "CHIP," before tho Tennessee Legis Lunatic Asylum, judging alone from benefit of the sufferers from the floods. Nothing will be done in the cases against the most All Virginia and North Carolina Kentucky, and when the room Is furnish- the Ktrryman'a Daughter, tupfiorted by s Com lature. But Savage can consolo him his testimony before a court of inqui A keg containing $50,000 in gold wss R R. Companies till the constitutionality ny of Artist, of uetri'inlltsn irpuu-iloPoints. ed It will be the most elegant banking room New, beautiful and special rtcneryt thrillry lookiug into the management of stolen from the steamer City of Para on her of the act U settled. self with the thought thnt if Harris Tor tickets and lurther Information, applr to cHitts- the l In this neck of the woods. The Messrs, ing sensation.'aooand7le. cHuai ol Dramatic Art. your ticket office, or address No eitrarbargo for Admlsalou, had not been elected, he (S.) never the asylum under his charge, is whol- recent trip from New York to Aspenwall The Central Kentucky Medical Association teats. Tickets at ilcltoheiu A Htsggi'a. J A MM, ;. EHNST. Miller are to have the room fitted up. The ly incompetent for the responsible po- The money was sent by the sub treasury In llenl. southwestern Agent, would any way. Met in the parlors of the Gilcher Hotel, vault is being built and the work wilt be 310 W, Main bu. Loul.tlllo. Ky. sition he holds. Glasgow Times. New York to the United Slates fleet in the Danville, on Wednesday, 17th Inst., at 11 pushed rapidly to completion. The genUNKEbEUVED ' W. NMITII. II. W. Itl.LBK. Pacific. the election of Governor of KenO.L'I Manac.r. Ag'l. Il.n'l And the samo might be said of severUlchiaond, Virginia. The New York Sun In its various edi- o'clock A. M , with the President, Dr. Mey- tlemen at the head of this enterprise detucky occurred in Washington, Mr. al other of Gov. Blackburn's ap- tions used 4,630,783 lbs. of paper at a cost er, in the chair. serve credit and encsuragement from the Knott would undoubtedly win the CONDENSED TIME. The opening address waa read by Dr. J as. people of this county. The county is well of $309.40200 last year. It printed pointees. prize, but luckily for his opponents, sheets and paid Its employe $381, Kinnaird, of Lancaster, on "Nerve Stretch-in- able to support two banks, and that too, Col. Jones says when he told that it does not. All the newspapers and aa a Therapeutic Measure." The pa- without the interest of one rlaihlng with Stock and Farming Implements. 019 74 Who says It don't take money to E newspaper men thero aro for him, interviewer that Owsley and Knott run a newspaper? per was an excellent one, and embodied that of the other. There Is no reason why Tho auliterlber barint Lincoln Mr. James K. Polk, of Tennessee, Is valuable statistics which tend to show that, the relations between the two Institutions county, uppo.ll rJeoaiur sold hlalarui In will which is a good sign of his popularity drank whisky liberally it was under Ilruco'a bridge, tell and good standing, but hero in Ken- the promiso that it should not be pub reported as having said of Marsh T. Polk, this surgical maneuvre, tho' comparatively should not be harmonious. We mention lb whole of tilt stock and farm Implement., on IIAILHOAD LINE. boon to mankind. this, not that there is now any thing but tucky Judge Owsley appears to bo tho lished. This explanation should be the defaulting Treasurer: "A rascnl; he Is new, is destined to be a 25, '83, The next paper was a report by the the most friendly relations, but because we no Polk, though he has disgraced tho very satisfactory to the honorable TUAIKIJ UOINtl NORTH. (our HiiDi u leading man. name. He was an adopted son. Ilia name Chairman, of the Section of Materia Medi- - have noticed, that, in towns like Lancasgentlemen. Nor, , IB82. 1 good "iitniVy'' ami El. Bun. is Marshall Tate. There is no Polk blood ca and Therapeutics, Dr. G. L. Dunlap, ter, where rival institutions have sprung Two good trori Mult. GniMAitDT, Mrs. Langtry's swell gineralpurfote Hunt, 1 gray rVly in foul, Lre, ltlcbiuond.. Tub Republican National Commit In his veins." of Danville. Therapeutics as a branch of up, there is great danger of the rivalry bebeau from New York, chased a repor iUtD 1 bay I illy, - jcars old, lanrtetrr.. 8M The House by a majority of about medicine has lately made considerable pro- ing carried loo far, to the injury of all One ugtd grade 0W,irt'i7 calve in Mart h, 1 AtJ Wllllanitbuig. ...... 8 00 ' ter in Chicago, the other night with a teo has decided to fix tho represental,ondin . 7 CO ' 100 has aet the first Monday in February as gress, but we have a faith which inspires concerned. trnty grade Unfa; calte in April, da Llrlngtton ..., cowhitb, because he had published lios tion in their uext presidential conven t 00 Crab Orchard...... grade Uous teith Vat ly htr lidt; both the Prof. Irvine conclude he has attained DO; 11 tion at two delegates for each Senator the day to consider the question of grant- the hope that the advance of the past five Hl.nlord. ...,. . .. on him and tho beauty, i'reddie is 9U aboie ate ttry tupenor mtlktrt; '1 otntrgood ing pensions to the soldiers of the Mexi- years will shortly prove but the gentle a solution of the question, why it is so rshelby Clly... 10 II milieu, one Kith Cut by htr tide 2 Jime Dansfll Junction bad tnediciuo as well as a bad speller and two for each representative of a can and Indian Wars. This Indicates that dropping before the great shower. 10 IS hard a matter to make a success of Langrade lltiftrt, ntar sdting, 1 oooo! common lltchelliburg.. 10 1 Lelmnnn. Dr. Alcorn reported an interesting case caster Male Academy; and render that soand the Western reporters had better Stato. This will givo Kentucky 20. the probability of their coming In in the II 60 Jltifcr in Oil, ti lot of young Jitift New ll.r.u lt as pm gootl milking itrain. lot of V71- .- JlroodSvui lution thus; The dear little boya are too of limited atresia of the os uteri. Arr. Lrbaavo Junction walk the chijk. The democrats in the Illinois Leg- general divide la good, IM (Joe Farm Iruqon. Sludthaler Xn 2. I mim " Clnclnuall Junction.., 1 00 Dr. Carpenter presented an essay on pure and good to auiciate with the larger Joseph Sailer, financial editor of the " Loul.rlll a is double rtrtrtible $tal, frith pate and lluggy, Tin: cxtrcmo silliness of making islature havo uomiuated Hon. John Philadelphia onea too contaminating an Influence; the IWie Ledger, who died re "Pessaries." Oliier Chilled llovi.2 Double fhafu, colonels has just beep dptnonstrateil M. Palmer for tho U. S. Senate, quite cently, took but one holiday In thirty, Dr. Johnson, of Danville, exhibited a pa- dearer little larger boya are too manly to TIUINU UOINU SOUTH. IIoki, '1 llarrotu one Diamond, the othtr Acme, a ttry tupenor implrmtnl I Iron by Gov. Blackburn, who has conferr- an empty honor, when we consider seven yeara of continuous labor, and that thological specimen of a spindle called endure reproof or correction. He says, TsuvjoMoIT" si. Hun. Holler wilh teertttd tttth 1 Aorae .JYaic', recently removed from the axilla of that during the last five months every sin. ed that dishonor on Lt. Gov. Can-tre- ll'a that the body is overwhelmingly re one reluctantly; yet ht lived to the honor''Ihomat," ntarly new, 1 Champion ituutr Lt. Loulsrllle...., a IS a ni publican. a.,. Biaurord. able age of 74. At the beginning of this an adult; he also showed two soft phosphat- gle instance of severo reproof or correciOOpai baby, which is hardly old ana Meaner, uua 1 yrari, 1 Urn Ahtlltr, 'i Crab Urrh.fit a si es calculi, which aero discovered by post tion has resulted in the loss of the pupil, drain Ilini, eajMtily 1C0 busJttli, 1 Farm arr. ueiug.ion 4 10 A Cincinnati paper speaks of Mr. year he formally withdrew from the oflica. enough to open its eyes. It is a pity " ing Mill. I Corn ltanttr,'t Grain Drill. I save one that one a charity pupil. How. 10 Probably his enforced Idlenera had as much mortem. " Wllllauitburg..' 7o" to take such advantages of poor, help- Knox as a candidate for Governor in to do with hi death as disease. CVws cut Sam, and many other Farming In. Dr Peyton presented the whole of a Ne- ever the Professor congratulates himself Lancaster Lr. Itlcliiound1 60 " too numerous to mention; pltmtnte Kentucky and dubs the illustrious J. Atr. -. ... a so less innocents. The stockholders of the Cincinnati, crosed tibia which waa removed from a yet on having left a respectsble number of About iQ I'OXS HIV, gorlowlity, free from Set Miller, S. Leo Miller. But such New Orleans and Texas Pacific Railroad, atruaaous subject the past July. pupils who know reasonably well how to uhitclop, intitritlr, will be tola in lot or to allow newspapers to bo is fa mo. A HILL PULLMAN PALACE OABB bulk-- . The following gentlemen were elected of behave, and who can be reminded, in gen Cincinnati Southern division, elected T. T. sent free through the mails to- - actual Gov. l'attiaon, of IVumy Ivauta, come G"ff, Ilriggs Swift, Vv A. Goodman, Otto ficers for the ensuing year: President, Dr. tle terms, of their error. There Is room Furniture, compriting 1 Walnut Dreuing Oise, ToM.u,phl,Llltl ItocV. Mollis, Uonlgom.rr. subscribers', is before Congress. This marble top with large mirror. 1 Folding Sua, and Nw Orlrana. out on the aide of the people In Ida inaug- Block, John Scott, Edgar M. Johnson and Steele Bailey, Stanford; V. Pre., Dr. J. L. In the academy for more such, but no more nearly new, 6 large eay Chain, upholstered, Emigrants toTeaaa has lbalrcholcoftwarouts-lis most too liberal. The present rates ural address. Ilia avoidance of any pomp Alex. McDonald, Directors for the ensuing Price, Uurgin, Mercer county; Secretary, room for boya that are too good to be re Ucinpblaor rla Nw Orltasa. II atnui ueantadt trt'A tpttng I tinall an . quUktraud rate low.r than by Tina much bottom 'i CloeLt 1 tery tuperior Cooking any olb.r might be reduced half, but thero is no In assuming the dutleaofthe Slate la an year. The first named take the place of Dr. Jno. O. Bogle, Danville; Treasurer, proved or punished unless they are too roul. II It alto tb Stove with tit holet, 1 Fitension Dining Tit good ever to do wrong, He eaya that 20 Fred WolfJeand Theodore Cook. Other. Dr. G. L. Dunlap, Danville. clamor amoni; tho papers even for Indication that he doesn't regard the bit I Kitchen Soa, warty ttfie, 1 Litehtn QOI0KE8T, 0HBAPEST AND BEST a Intended merely for bit own glori- wise .the board is the aime as last year Thanks are due Dr. Johnatone for dining yeara experience proves to him that pupils that. utau Cupboard, lot 0 Uonevare, very tupe Bout, to all points In Mltfcurl. Kansas, Hllnola. fication. The new board was organlted by the eleo the Assembly, The culalne waa excellent committed to hla charge can be controlled; dairy tut, tic. rieror Senatok Haukis was re elected by Indiana. Iowa, Nebraska, Johu Stroud, accused of murdering a tion of John Soott, President and General and with gastronomic tailes, harmony pre- but pupila sent to school, and encouraged Term; All sums under $0, tilth; over thai Only on cbang lo Cblc.go, Cooradu, ItArkau..i. bl. Lou tod Kail. tfce'tTennesseoLegtsIaturo Tuesday on colored uuu at Central City about a amount, a credit 0 U monMt on approxed vailed universally among the doctors. Jorfuilber Information about tlcktlt 10 b In their whim by foolishly indulgent paEdgar SI. Johnson, General mmii Manager, ' Hw first ballot; a distinguished honor ago, U under arrest notei, bearing 0 per cent, row date. K'1T' "'"asta.au.i .. u lg,,nt rat w The meeting was Interesting and profita- rents are uncontrollable. Lancaster Male Florida, i), at I'aducah. lie ad- Counsel, and II. II Talem, ('ecietary and AVMVUK, JOHN HITILBKK. ble. Besides the individual benefits ac- - Academy wanta no more. mitted the killing, and alio two others. to a faithful servant. Treasurer. Ill-i- t I. M. Draw, Auctioneer. Or P, J, ABIhony, Agl., msnlurd, Ky. ' icy. - broad-brimme- remarks: It that fat men nover commit crime. No fat man was over hung, and very few aro found in tho jails nnd penitentiaries and reform ntories throughout tho country. The lean nnd hungry Cassius is tho bad man, and tho fact is recognized in fiction as well as in history. Who ever taw n fat vidian on tho stago, or read of ono in a novel? "Tho most desperate of criminals aro lean men with light complexions," says a famous do tective; "fat men aro sometimes arrested for swindling and kindred offences, crimes." but never for Thero is a general impression, however, that tho most oily rascal in tho world is your fat man. Tho oily quality is, perhaps, what enables him to slip through tho meshes of tho law. Inter-Ocea- n Tun Chicago organ-laatlo- n. is a singular fact ' e, BMCJaiXN IKHLSK! Ntuini: j. myershotel! STANFORD. KT. and its Reputation, htgh-grad- I'ropr. Tcsas Farm For Sale r Garrard County rrll tofa-nio- FLEECE-DAV- IS ; Stanford Female 113-J- New House! fiifiW C80UBS GEO. D. O TERMS MODERATE. BURDETT & CO. WM. DAUGHERTY . it, Bat-so- n, LANCASTER. Fine Carriages, Buggies, Ya-a-a- st FUVrr-GLA- AND PHAETONS. d fir .Ve-- ir ""7il u. r. Srtt-cIs- TO THE PUBLIC CIESnPHKEJ) OItlM)INa.1s Kentucky's Itoutc East At Stanford Opera Post-offic- TJAKUARY 25 A SOLID TRAIN J. n, WASHINGTON CITY, "FOGG'S FERRY, CAIllUE Klrit-l'la- u o. nea.-ee- If AUCTION SALE! rs'r g 4 THURSDAY, JAN. 1 ,.T1 . a, . a poll-Ite- m a r 'nmm ' : - 4 IM. Alii, adjMnleg the sUre. rrt cf 81 11 Onofthnlesttrtctsol farming, cosl sml niter "', 112 ArarmnflOOArnntonOreen riiiR lot of apples JihI recelred al II, It Is a complete and rparloti slrnclure, rmttmenlssnitlslna tol slst ef rnlllratlnn. inllcsfromMeKlnnevisllon.nn th ClnHnns'i At It EH el good land, llcfwhlrh Is llmlr Ilia limhere.1 Isnd In llnrkcsstle county, I, M ACRED, Utile farms In lha tt Wonhl mike sn elegant all in one body hs'f ol It rl'h sml proluctlre well fenced end Isnd Is rlesred c costing 2'V00Oand Is furnished and free eonntr nt wsesn sell It foral60rr stre- half Southern rt R llslf'f Ihs nrlghi1 Fronts on eestnly 'nsd. 4 mile from t n, limestone land. t seres sre rlesred. feneeil and horn aaaal It i well fenced, hst a mslnderln lml cam sua rrmsinirr in i, a sou a rears. peraere, half enh, In enltl f'Un and bat upon II la fee, well flnlth-e- d chore bsrgaln t from jlcM. hoiiss wllh ttsblea and olh-- r and Is rm 17 A FsrmafWI ACIIES of Ana Hevrx one pound'juckage roasted cofle ' llase btlan" lsml sdennr.nlentrrs"el fine young -- Eld. W L. Williams, of liitstonrllte, In pool nrllhtiorrinoil I mile from ilfMt I.T rr outbuildings- few old treenrchsnl ptinied two I 0 A ttleParmnf It A' IIP 2', miles from terycyttthottaes koimI barns smldwelling, alla neces. ttsMcs ttor. BT.A.asriE'giEfcr). al W II. Hlgglry. liesrlng Wter frr yenra ago sml forfl hoHte, fine nrrhsr.l in excellent ganlen with tmall goo. I preached at the Christian church Snndar roail It ahssaieirellenl dwelling of I roomi.wllh sll purposes abundant and good. A (In chance Somerset, th eawniy seat, by rmrrlie, no I jsrn,no titisra, erthsnl nf 7J for man of moderate meana to obtsln comforts-W- e seres "'eared, lMlinee hettlly (lmlrel read. nl- - 1 frnlls. sn.1 fl fencing Th stork range, oulal, Is A FonSALt.-Tlir- ee Friday Morning, - January 19,1883 handsome residence. morning, Monday night and last night. It tryslITMMnM toot row ttiW. ttnsnthouw, three good orchards, nle gsrden of Iheenclosetl Isnd, Is wide and very line. S00 horns. Price, tt 200, hslfeaah and remainder bowse of 8 memline tt net. Including sn he newly psted In. nice rromy barn, choice water; arret of Ih nnrleared Isnd Is In native forest that In one year with Interest Will aell eery cheip Stanford, Dec. 2', is expected that the church here will se- to panels or nl.and.rall ftnee. an.l alnin.i.n some of never been tuhcd all ndergond fenre, wllh tpteeiv of shade trees In hat best and largest hsrdend hss upon toItbe Mounts'n tan.1. 111 A Fsrm ol 110 ACRHSof wool tlmlier IMscreaars cleared the of water the nnd of hit retnainu fur sllpuThis a W. Craig. cure hla ministrations, for 82 L. A N. IOCAL TIME CARD. rlslnllmWr.tmtwsllsst In MiirirraM. fairly Improved well watered ami limbered. front atyard per acre,Ison comfortable borne and can le In Kentucky, there Meg a large variety. Tha easy terms had IM CrsbOrrhartl, a depot on remainder of lb timber la alao rwl, but sons of it lime during thla year. -- Lebanon Timir rowlti, sosk, Mark walnut sml sugar tree miles Southwest of Tills R R Price. !.80 th ..., 9 80 A.M. Paiisnjertralnt Norm 110 Containing 37 ACRE. IS ml'et from R R, bss been naed for rsrm purposes. per I hamk two American Sewing Machines, There Is also LouIitIIIaA Knot Th a isnn is in nun aiaie or euiiirat m. mj snd Booth. " t i) r. m guaranteed to do good work, which I will fries, I31.M per deatraMe pmpertr one. acre; eh snd remainder In I, 2 and I shoot 40 aires of which Is cleared st In enlllrs-He- etatl of good oustity on 4M re Th bind Is withtnira rsiu sniirerosiftiier in i sn.1 i yrsrs, with years. Vtry low agreal liargslnaad a fine op wtier with a good esMn sml snd hie, eicellent in leas thanlmllesofarsllsoaddrpat. with a goo I LAND, STOCK AND CROP. bv nerer fslllrsg springs sbundsne of rottle for tramwsy front th reel rrd tlmlier. It porlunlly lor a man of moderate means Interest sell cheap for cash or trade II. K, Wearen. LOCAL NOTICES. Thl-Inne of th heat trull M A Fsmiofllt ACnr.3ofgoo.llsn.1, 1 miles hs number of line raw mill alles, reaehed by 114 Anevellent Hills mountain Tarm nf M eh4eetlmbr Isrms In Setilhern Kenlitekr. Anr mis with down grades frrnta'l bars of the Umbered portion. A car load of mulea for sale. F. Kant of Crab Orthard It has im dwslllne-hon- ACRES, lying nesr lllghlan.1. within easy reach Tit c Director ol the Farmera National amsll capital ean soon make a Iluv 1'aimth of Penny A MoAIItr. tiarna. fences, ore hr.t ..! .i.nn. oftworallron.lt acre. This Isnd Is farm It hat upon It a neat ctesre-- lbout ofthesbote salt la limited on comfortable bout on very rsty filtered i a gool Hrgaln, II per It are Kv, the Cumterlsnl terms. The Iraproremcnta on dancs of fresh wtier snl Hirer, Thsrssreon near a fins spring About 40 serrs sre New lnck of Jewelry nml Silverware it Dink elected S II. Hhanka, Kan . Prrel' ItelJ.Stanford, frttll cool mlnersltprlsga. It It on serss new graaind sere, onwhere terms. It aturtcrep. Price, 112 per worm 110,0ml. For sale, 20 head of Mtlle. W. A. the premises snral lorallona InagnodstatenfcultlTSilon, fenny McAllatcr'i. Pair dent, and J W. Alcorn, K , Vice Presi In the whols conn of Ihemnst lirallhr 112. Ilere't your chsne-- , A macnlficent Intr the remslnder In llml'r. sugar tree, Ideek an--I Coffey, McKlnney, Ky. try ami a very profl Utile ami dntraMs prnpertv. white oak hickory, sah, btiekeye snd lynn Ills 111. A Fsrtu cintslnlng 204 AtitKM ol rbolee of aliott 18,001 AC EH of tlmlier snd mlnersl Ian I Watoiiw, Clock nl Jewelry repaired dent of the institution. strong llniealone lsn.1 Ihst bears cln eultltatlon llmeslenelsnd. illuate.1 1) miles fmrn rallrnal lying mostly in tJinrel anl 1'.. Amon, aM amply worth the price at which ws ow It in itoexenatM and warranted hy Penny ft McAIIater. J E Bruce bought of W, ciih and remainder on and It well adipted to the growth nl tobacco. The s'stlon snd I miles fram eonnty erst by IH.M per screi cool cMiniy. with Irnnttge (if over Amllet on Rocket I AM compelled to hare all that ia due 1 1 Th good lime, with Interest. Iwprotemenli are as lollowsfeeding cattle at 40 femli.g la good snd rhtindi nee or fresh wster from dirt rosd RUer, five miles by land and ten ml let by th Standard Sheet Mimic, Vocil and Inrooms wlinsll neeesas-r- y rtteraboTl.lTlnglon, sere ret I cnntsirlshieiiweillnwoi 7an.1 deput on th Loulavlll MA strumental, fur 10 cent at rnny A McAI-lite- me, and all those who owe are urgently re' Twenty Shoata for sale. Apply to J. No. V), I'armof 1M ACnrSofeooilliniltdMnln ft nrrer filling springs Trie 111 cellar spring honae, a choice AKnovtlllelt R Thia I as fin- - body of tlmIt hssnohou-e- . 1ml s lares mrtlnn la tin. bsrgaln. quested to aellle Immediately. I am ltrel 'A, Spoonamore, Sianford nalles sonthweJ of tprlnc near by, good garden, with all kinds ot lier ss there Is In the Stste, the limber consisting IIA A firm of IM ACRBt drrfenrs. clrarcd and In rultlTstlon The rs- erHtte yeatng nrrhanl or every variety ot tree valuable for lumber to he wllh fruit In full Larue stock of Wlmlnir OUm, all liea of foolisrmesa. II. C. Kapler. I'rlce, lis per acre; half Stanford snd 1 miles bv goo.1 nsd f rr.m maindcr of some 'm tree, two jesra oat. The bsrn Is Isrg lound In our mnuntsln forests. Including The proprietor of tho Lincoln Mills rsah snt lalnnmiieron time, with Intereit station on the Cincinnati Souhtern remainder Double Illicit gits for flower pita. Fenny .i splendid frame, Sit 1 feet, wllh basement f,,r fin prmliirtlv mount of Pine an I contldersble walnut. The lay Abiiil htllof tract, blue grsas land and the farm Is (WwoflVrNns M and SAslsn sa one entire A McAllstcr. fenainc Is In excellent rrntlr ol the Isnd Is such thsl evsrr stick of tlmlier on stock Th AM. l'AtiTim knowing themselres in want to buy wheat and corn. the remainder Is first class two separate. less prlr than asked for Alioul 10 teres e rleercl anal In a high atate nf It ran be hiMled down Ihe hill to the river, sml A land. Ills fslrly lmprore-Land rent in Clark county at $10 per and at a e mtlder tbein among thethe debted In Chenault, Severance A Co , will cheapest landa mountain ly We PERSONAL dwelling houae, nrchatd Ae. Th water ctnilTBiien, naianee nesTiiy iimnerrti witn nsx, fin saw ntllliliti abound at convenient poitson V ind timber sre eicellent snd abundant A r"d hickory, snsar, walnut an poplar The above It the Isnd. cither apon th river bank or bark from acre for corn and graa at $3 20 confer a great faror by settling the same, , An eirellent little t'srm nf 6! ACIIM. bsve btit oneof Ihe moat eomfortab'e homes In the eonnty It. Logs ot lumber ean l dotted or rafted down Ih IVI per ', II. Miu.wt bn returned from Twenly-lwyearling mules were aold mile from Mlsnford on th waters of Hanging home for sold money, adjoiningacre.fur Ws per acre. andean Ixlenish lat ttt.V)ier acre, as owner It the titer to th'IIresd at all 111 aa we desire to close tip Mir business. a farm It recently There sre MtrVernon. Pnrk Part nf I till tarm la the vrrr flne-- t of blue- to sell also thick veins of coal uniurpaaaed In quality and 118 Tblslsoneoftlis very licit bargslnt ws ean old and wltttea in Fleming county last week at $105 each. rraM land and tho remainder superior knot, Isnd farm nfaM Af Rl t.no of wblrh sre a Tery excellent rarlety nf building atone. A Isrg farm ntMIN ACRP-12 lbs, It visiting, slier. An excellent bbieirss 112 Fine How txi these prlcea strike you? Mux I.urixA Kamiev sna leorni in or the land, when clesred, will bt Fourteen broke mules and 1 thorough- It H exceneniiy wsierri baannonlt snaamalls niRn lying npnn llsnglng I', rk Creek l1 miles souf cleared ami In hlliststofcuUIsilon. the bsl .. portion a auteof cnltlvallon, and forsgrlciillural purpo-ebeat N 0. augar $1; 0 pounds granulated the soil being rlth the(tnrinntiSetith-efriend. at Faint Ltckl sne In very liesvy timber, conalsllmt of osk. Im of three rooms, with tmll staMe, erlh and west ofK More'snd nation on bred bull calf for sale. II. II. A E. P We nerer expect Io lie sble to nd productive. sn.1 buckeye well The and In a good neighborhood. It It .i. .,i.jr tionlsr U. amokelinuae. Iesldes a gonl tenant house. Ihene Mm. Mary Howmax anil Mlat Joaio augarSI; 8 pounds good Klo coffe$l. Oth. Woods, Sianford, Ky. nl this tietter trsct cf rooms twognot young orchsrda of 100 trees of selicteil Improved, flood brick dwelling wllh tollable provements srs very good dwelling cf Sall ne- offer our cmlomertuntil March 1, 1811,Isndper acre. srs II wllh character. Price, oulhotiaes, barn, stable, orchard ind garden. Fencer goods In prrpirtlon. II C Ilright. two very eomforttbletensnt-hoiiaeWithers, are In LoiiliTille. home In a Tim W. Hlgglns bought the old Sam fruit A gnoil acre; Keaah, e In I nelghtiorhonilIn- ing good snd wster shundsnt and iimurnaaaed Aner ssld date, II not sold, the price will be given The bsrn, rrll, cessary year with per Price. ii I'BCTrv MiMHTiti.t.A Maiiksiiubv, ol snd fenelne sre In good older. Mitch of tho unon sncllestlon to us This kind of Isnd. ao eligi The Isnd Ilea letel and e sikI Is In a good at teMince Meat, Plcklea In MldJIeton farm of 280 acrea al $23. It terest. t, grsas ta atnne wall and eetlsr posit and oak rail bly altusted, Is sdvanclng In value and we can not lielng rrioe onSI 2.V) ACRM of nnlmnrored mountain land, ol rnlllvstlon ntoit ol It esahInsnd remslnder In r...iM Lincaater, wa villi In; the Misera Dinwidwith 91A nr aere nne third atrre to offer It at the low price that we now sik He near Halls Osp Station. leg Thlafarmlaclcganllvwaler.il any quantity, Jellies, Maple Syrup, by the covered with splendid timber and only 2 miles for The title It perfect ' dle. springs which run the year round. It alao beyond the tints mentioned. be I snd 2 yean with Interest. A rare chance portion or the nt.l orcharda In the anil Kgoou guaranty loitmeucci win oo given in J. J. Ilronaugh, of Jcsaimlne county, from s ilenot. A great when cleared, land will be a good home anil a proff table Investment. i...KKiinn.Ar 11,. Mrs. Leo BisoLicro who hat been pint or gallon, Green and Dried rrulta, ran snd excellent farming land . peaches, cherries, pesrs and a good the deed. r 117 CSACRESol fair Isnd lying on pike IV, county; alao without sny vlilllng her daughter, Mr. Joe Williams, Carned Goodi of erery description at llruce, aold at public sale 13 head of yearling cleared InlA liimler. rottla by litvlog thelortlmb--or miles west ot CrabOrchsrd, 40 acres cleared wllh aaaortmrntofsmsll fruit. This It all choice llme-11 sn fine locstlon m.1 CASET COUNTY. and 6 land snd yle us elegant crops 01 corn, wneat, mules at $90 per head, Warren A Co.' eksrd and vlneraH. Price, ft psr acre Half conildersbl fencing and remainder In tlmlier ilone snd hemp. Thesllustlonof thia Isnd can returned to Kanus, Tuesday. tobacco Th Isnd csn be greatly ImproTed by csrefol eah remainder In I year with Interest. (2. A Farm contslnlrg 400 ACRES of good hind, the ono of W. I. Ernuuoif, a young merand la cheap st th price nake.1 fjr It 110 certainly M called a countyIhe very best In mile 8 miles from rsllrosd. on a (rod turnpike, all well Divorce. William Cruise has brought at $128. M A Farm of 180 ACUDt ol aool Isnd, with rosd wlthl" is it lies on Al a sale In Montgomery county, year- good dwelling, bsrnt, fencrt. garden and orchard. per sere, hslf caih od remainder in on year wlllt Sttlo, Cincinnati Southern II. It , 1 ni le H from a timbered. Price, II, iV). Terml easy. chant of Colombia, U Tltltrng Lie liter, suit agatnst his wife Melinda, on the ol the Interest. common 2 miles by a good roi I from a railroad .depot. A 88 A Fsrm contslnlng 200 ACP.M of nice tlmUS An eirellent little Farm of 6 ACRE'', Ir- - atesmhoat landlne on the Cumberland Rltcr.whoae Mra.J. Q Montgomery. He Ii thinking grounds of adnllery. Price, Fonntalne Fox ling mulei brought $C0 to $70; fine situation for sn orchard snd vlneys-dthis boslsrun8or8monlhiof the year st an.l point. lier land nf poplar, rheslnnt, hickorr and oak. Ingnpon the Lsncsater pike. 2 miles from it ol the Price, !GU0 Nine miles from rall'oad, on good sheep $2 00; scrub 2 year old heifer $20 13.000; half caih and remainder In one year. Is all Iwtlom or valley Isnd of roln to Texn to Incite, Bobbllt represents the plaintiff and the It Is clesred snd excellently fenced, entire- This fsrm gently tollM A fsrmof III ACHmingood ntlghhofhood, ly with post snd Mils It hat a pwl dwelling of licit quality of limestone lsn.1. It He can be uaed mad and wheat 87 cent. MAfTEiuoK Peytom, Eq , a promli-lu- petition la drawn In his usually 91. iny ACRESof good land. Immediately 100 yaida from a railroad depot, with cool dwell ing and all alntls of fsrm machinery en 4 roomi. bo Idea kitchen, meat hO"e,lmggy lmtse. New Int. outboiiars, barm and tcnclng. garden, fair In turnpike, 7 mllea Imm depot on f Inelnnstl Southand harvesting nf crops. Yesterday' dailiei quoted the gonl crib and etable two amall tenent house) rnd in the cultivation young attnrnay of Liberty, Iim lora style. besrlog, snd roungorchsrd plsntnl. Ws-t- two large Ire houaca t feet deep, one 21 and ens short llisoneoftholiestfsriiiawe have ever ern II It It list a good houae oulhotiaes snd ttsYork cattle market as followa; Extreme st It belongs to heirs and blea snd lsothnrwl-- e well iDiprored AdealrsbV excellent and abundsnt The ImproTementa ted permanently In Stanford, and awung 3C feet In diameter, limited on the bank nt a large sble to offer at the prl A OntAT reduction In price on grocerfur Prfee, 32,000. and la fed by a spring It tdseed In our hsnda at a low prlct In order to borne for a man or modrrtta means V.i712J verewt., live weight, Includiag srit worth th priceI aikrJ withIt. t2I per acre; half pond that coTcrs two bit shingle cut on Lancaster atrret. Interrtt. fish A fine makeatpeclyssle. I'rbs.l'Sp mere; hslf cash remainder In year caih The prnd la well stocked wllh line 91 A Farm of ion ACRFw. lying mostly In Ciser pounde N ies by A Owsley A Son. 12 t. per cent. snd fair to strictly prime (5?fi8l orchard ot 200 apple trees in testing, lldes and balsnce Inprrfei t.2 years, with given when sal and partly In Lincoln, on Fishing Crtok, .11, miles SC A KarraoflM ACItF.Scf E(w. land. 1'iiullea Harvey J MjiKobebts. la quite O. augar Mr for $1; eight to ten pounde coffee front a d'I"l on the Clnclnnsll Southern It. K ol Mr. J. B. Warren saya he can. beat hsrlog t"rsb Orchsrd. It Itexrellently IraproTed, peaches, plumi, cherries snl laanall fruits. Price Is made. Tills III and Mr. Geo. II. Bruce la making her-arTery comforsble bsrn a (ml house, seres nf rich bottom Isnd clesred fenced for SljCoMcll 20 cent per gal.; Flour the three Alderney cows spoken of In the It la very cheap farm Price, IIS persnd Icnclna and terms reasonable In Thia nelghlwrhood. It Is 141 THE MASONIC COI.I.r.OE at PtKneraet. 10O ctilt'TStlnn: the remainderIs Is good foot hill snd a (nod acre; half snd dealrsble home, In trd useful as well aa ornamental by clerk or Ihe tsblel.nd corcrcl with excellent tlmlier otk, lmlldlnes slao profltsbleone, the Ice homos alone yielding This Is on of the licet 2M); Hominy, Canned goods and other Nelson Jlnord as giving together 80 lbs. of rath and remainder In onoyrar, wllh Interest. It la n ft. front poplsr. sugar maple, walnut, txveh, blcknry and hsedaome revenue Wecsn alao sell wllh Ihe kind In SMitliern Kcnltirkr lag In her hutbind ' "lore during Mi alck grocerie In proportion, (lire na a call. S" A Tsrm nf 100 ACRFSolcnod Isnd. well Im. acre In Stanford, by CS It. de-- p snd Is 1 stories high, with aroall i other tlmlier, the trees being very Urge It lias a butter per month and do It with a half fmred. one mile hr good msd from rsllrosd depot farm floe Ire housn and lot of lot. nta. houae upon the with heavy limestone fmnmion snd solid orlefc walls houe of 2 noiin, besides kitchen. 2 good bsrna, comfortable dwelling and Rood new staI throughout, requiring 210 000 brkk to eiinatriiet stable, corn crib, smokehouse and other outhouse. 120. A nlte Utile mountain Farm nf 81 ACRFS, f nclng. It lis jowl home 'or The St. Asaph Hotel haa been rented by Alderney at that. He Ret from her alone ble snd LOCAL MATTERS. flood It. It It complete In III arranjeiirtnii. with the The tlmlier alone la worth more than theprUe fslrly Improved, lying near Highland a man ol moderate means, and can be grestly Im Mr. W. 8. Francis, who will take posses over 40 11m. per month. water an.l tlmWr. Soil lltnralnne, atrong necessary rrcllallon rooms, tludyandrooms, balls, aaaed lor the whole farm, 112 31 per acre. by careful culitvstlnn. Price, lit per acre; In fact Furaii Oyster at II. C. ItrlghtV snd family rnuuia, large dining ronni GixiRonowN CounT 100 cattle on Rrored and remainder In on year, with In. and productive. Price 16 per acre, hslf csihshow99. A Farm of 91 ACRES of very rich bottom college ami s sion February 1st. Mr. rranris has a A good thing neceeaary. tor remslnder In yesr with Interest. fi l.rfjtl,.n Is one id tho licst. land, suitable for raising any kind of grain, graaa best selling at 4 cents per .i.,.t S9. A very desirable little mountain Farm nf M ing tor sn Industrious msn wltn amall capita). Oo To W. II Jllfrvina' for plow Reir.hva-jo- n wide acquaintance, which, together with the market, and and tobacco, lying noar the llmlta of the village of nlcc-- .. being situated on a laiilirul lot or 4 acres, good.nclghliorhood. ACRF.8. well Improred, e 121. A Farm of J!...i .n.i i,,i.i niMiiit r. blocks from Ihe Mlddleburg. Immediately on an excellent K. K.. house pound. Steer calve sold at $21 CO per nesr a turnpike. It It a In situation for an or same description, 62 ACRES adjoining No. 120, cf harne, Ac. hit determination to run a fine utiles from the Cincinnati at aame price and terms. i.llnnu. In the cllr of Somerset, a town of and In8 good neighborhood, close toSouthern and head, and oxen at $80 to $125 per pair. chard and vineyard, and It hat good, young orchurches Wide rCPtl miles ......... Anno lnl.1,llanla whleh has 121 41 ACRES of choice limber land. 3 taken In erery particular, will Inaure him a libM n. John Mrn,Miox, firx , baa cottage It hss an excellent lut tieglnnlng to bear. We conaldcr thia a from MeKlnner Ststlon. on the Cincinnati South- - tallon for heallh, anl its people are nolnl for schools. liesldcs list's and porches,newkitchen, or 6 Work mulea sold at $100 to $140. One chardcnesp isria . iur pn eral patronage. Tery .r. mi ... , rn It. It This Is a splendid chance for man of civility ami hospitality T ia Is a rare enne, rooms, barn, stable, 2 corn cribs, goal btseksmllh charge of lb CommercUl Hotel. and remainder In one year, with bunch 17 head of yearling mule withmeans In secure a comlortablo borne, as the for a pnyllng InTcstment, as no other Institution at the kitchen deor and an The Theatrical erent of the season in drawn at $32 75 per head. A lot cf 45 40 A 'nice little Fsrm ol T6 ACRES of good Isnd tmtll alone will pay tor the land, at It Is hestlly of the kind Is nearer than 50 miles, and a large shop, good2(10well "M fruit trees, spnles, peaches, timber HniUiINQ LOT 40 by JCO feet, neit or orchard of 1100 for the patronage Is awaiting lis tlmliered with sugir, otk and (ropUr a gvl rosd from a depot. Hat good Im Stanford, will be the performance ol I mile ! lurthcr pears, Ac The fencing Is good and water for stork For leaa than half the original coat sheep brought 4 cents, equal to $5 per proTcmenls, frulta and water-o- ne or two mineral lot If spplled for soon. Church, for tale. Mr J. U. is shundsnt and welt distributed over the premla-o- s Ky 1'osg'a Ferry, on the evening of Jannary 141 A House an.l I)t of Acre in Crab Orch- - particulars address W SFranclt.SomerscI, springs. II rsn l arestly Improved and made from nuraerou- tnrlcrs that never tall. Thia la head. ehard. fronting on Lancaster Avenue, the same very rich and productive tarm. Price. 132 per much more valuable by cartful cultivation Price I seldom that to good a Compi-n25lh. It GARRARD COUNTT. the The cattle market at Cincinnati acre. tl7 per acre; htlf cash and remainder In 1 year, srenue on which sre located la an Crab Orchard large le of SOtl eirellent Hmlnn nmrerlff The hnnae In the smaller towns and we Attextiox Is railed to the 100. A Farm ol very 'superior about na last week. Common 2 to with lotercat- of 170 ACRES of good limestone, subalsntlslly l.ullt frame, with frontof 80 feet and 21. A Fatmol8t ACRB ordwelling and fine wa- miles Coulheaat otof111 ACREl 1E0 good land, 2 Mlddtekttrg. acres clesred, H A Farm wllh comforlsble lb personally of Mr. John Ituilder which how that our eople will embrace the good 3 cents; good to choice butchers, 4 to 5; land, well Improved, with frame houi-n- .t I containing 7 large, airy rooms ahoe and quantity for family and stock fenced and In cullinsllon remainder In timber. It ter, abundant In occurao'n the 23th. snd hss a comforlsble bouse, onthoua-- s. etablcs. Ac .11 tijvMt.arv ifut.bulldlnn with atone snd store room with all neceetary alieWes and couniets The fsrm Pes wllhl , mile ol chance to aee aimethtng really to 0; stock-er- a hall, reception room common to choice shippers, 4J fencing. It btt a line peach snd ap lielow lieali'cs a werrorni, house, liable and shot, nsrilv wllhln ihe limits or the town of Lancaster n goo. fencing, orchsrd, garden and other Improvegood smoke ments snd nnaburdancoof good water that never l'ARrin wishing to buy wagon should It lies Jiora nun iroro a uepoi on Ac. There It necessary outhouws; a nerer fating ind can I dlvWctl Into town lots. A very and feeders, 4 to 5. Hoga are higher, ple orchard Coumonweltii' ATTonNEV It C. WarOHereil low falls No 1 pike runs tiealdeaother It is convenient to churches snd schools. In the Iul,Tllle A Ksshrllls It R Mitchfarm for dairy, fruit or g'nlen. Tsrd ell of call on A. T. Nnnnelley and we the s good neighborhood and a vcjy pleassnt home. 1 rer acre; half esth and reprice weak at 0 CO to CJ for aelected slonglhe tide of the firm from the depo' and kitchen excellent water In the trees Intlose to the and on eaay terms ren has returned from the Hockcsstte but front ol the door, Usullful shade Prlc- -, per scro. county-sePrice. I'M per acre; half caeh and poachmainder on time. ell. He la agent for It. houieand tine stock of fruit trees spp'es Court, where but little waa done owing to butcher and heavy shippers; packer 045 remainder In 1, 2 and 3 yeara, with Interest ii es, pears besides a fi.no selection of amsll Irnlla 28 A Fsrm of l ACRE'. Itlng nesr th ADAIR COUNTY. a nice lot of oringei, lew the failure of the officers to eereo proceses. to C 50; common 5J to f Sheep ate in 57 A Farm of U ACRES of ood Ian 1, all clear ed Is In excellent a good garden, T e prop-rl- y ami psrtly In the town llinllaor Laneasler. on In condition snd Is well lulled lor a dwelling and the dwelllpg Mm wllhln of a mile of and 24 A Fsrm of about 123 ACRFS or fine Isnd on Malaga KTt and a fine line The sheriff resigned In December and the fair demand at 31 to 5 Lambs meet with snd fenced, with amall lnc house milesIt.from nil on, banana, R. grans, lying on lumplke msd, 2 snd fiontlngononoof theptloe boarding houae. It Is rerv cheap at the price tho flreen Itlver, at Plum Point I", miles below LibPrice, 112 per sere; half cash a d remain- aiked for lt- -2 oro, caih and remslnder on pslstrcls Thedwelllngit large and commodi- erty and 10 miles from Citumhla. Thlt Isnd f French candle at II C Ilrlght'a. oflire was rarant lor some time, which ac- ready sale at 4 to A. ore .l and der In 1 and 2 ears, with Interest ous, snd hst good stable, to the estate of decedent, and an early sale time. The buildings alore coat over 13 0 0. At a sale In 8cott county, the follow- - 69 A FsrmoflOACRESofexcellent A vety ples.jnt an.1 dealrsble borne Isnd, for that failure. He say a few fino 147 Conlslnlng5lfi ACRESof the choicest productive is desired, and It Is efle ed st a bargain. It The taxable proerty of Lincoln coun- count such court would break him nne mite from rsllrosd denot. bv rood road. The soil Is rich limestone awl verr will be sold corn and tobacco land. nf Kentucky, none excepted In the. nrlcea were obtained : Horses, $80 to Inir land more gnnti, It la In a gnol sisie oif cultivation anu nis pnrchc Tblslsnd isall cleared except some 3.1 acres, which These two larmt a(11 A tl)atadjoin and of he ty haa increaacd ovr a million of dollar" option whole, the LAUREL COUNTY. nioe rooms $112; broke mule', $70 to $147; brood comfartsbledwelllng-houseoa beautiful woodland paature The timber la sennrately nr as S7.M"., htlf caah and rcmaln.ler on Trice, In ten ?eara. In 1S82 it waa ?.'i,107.162 tsrn snd stsble ard excellent fen. Ii all aah and black walnut. Some MO acres of this The following sows, $850; 27 shoata, of 50 pound weight, snd Ket J. A. Boole sugar, land, Splendid water for all f.nn (alii hlne.ffraa-- . ttmothv a d clover, tho baf- - longtime. cmg, nrchsnl and gtrden. Ill Thiiliabudyoftlmberandcoa! West tide of we receired yesterday will be as 1.9J0 ACRES, situated on the 210 ACRE-1l miles from $350 per head; cows with calves at side, purposes Including well of mineral water near ancelaln abtgh state ofcultlrallon. baring born 71 A Farm ofturnpike road, welt fenced with Lnurri Riser and 2 mites from a depot on the Tile toll gate on the Jlustonville pike which good house It it In good neighborhood The In corn, wheat, tuts, Ac regretted by the readers of the $54 to $70; steers, $41; year the asked for thia farm w uld not pay for the cultivated the pait yeargood thero being twogoo.1 n.t and rill, nlank snd atone wall . Magnificent UilanalonoflheU A N 11. R. The yellow price caught file Wednesday, but waa extinguish- - alncerelr sre pin on lt haa lieen estimstedby competent ourretees and we Hngeteera, $29; sheep, $0 05; ten yearling ImproTementa. Price, PttM per acrr; half caih The Imororements 8 rooms In each, with two dwelling which cost Ito. 000, spleodld stable, dwelllnEaolsnmeCo damage waa done, iNTEntoit Journal as 7,500 000 feet or clear lumber ltesldr ed before a great deal nf sod remainder In I rear with intereit. jjood burnt: the ferclng It first clt's, being pott and and nlher lmprovemenlt; all set In hall endeaeor to get him to change his ewes, $130; oils, 18 cents per dozen; fod the pine there isa largequantlty or whlteoakand inlendid orch- Price. IIS.000. Termscasy. si A Ksrmnfl 18V. ACRES o( rood land. 1 mile Hll an,l itnna wall Them ts also a As to water, It hickory aud some poplar About 8f0 acres nf this very . Poles .tnianmeZSOtreesln n nl at from a railroad Ir TOU want sugar by the barrel or coffee determination. He has been a correspond der three to eight centa per atack; Hunga- 600 Inhshllanla: deput andIn flourishing village re- taluabundancslncTcry fuilbearlnz. tho farm, there suDerlor i......w r ti7 land,rtKS and is itale olo! cultf- - tody are under'ald wllh a good, workable rein of lOii acres field on cultlTstion snd In high bituminous coal This 'andean be had .. by Hie aack, it will pay you to get my ent for it erer since the paper waa started rian hav, $8 50 per slack. v me nuuoou Irmn ..iu.i I....IA. rront andnnnae at tt 80 per acre, cash flood general warranty mainder In timber. The ImproTementa are a good lielogsomenrtne cnoiceai aprings lisck cottage with five rooms and kitchen, thia farm, which lies 3 nillts Irnm Slanfml on oue or 8 rooms. Including kitchen, with prlcea. I am headquarter for Kda In and In its excellent corpa of writer, none deed. A of the btt pikes In the counts. The LnuliTllle porch, excellent cellar, pantry, tawsges snd bslls-LINCOLN COUNTY. pouil barnt and stables snd NashTillelt It. slio touches it on the h'orlh To for ten cowa, lnrn, with tjuantily. II. C Bright. hare been more faithful and obliging than COUN TY. ttilrndld MONTGOMERY garden, wllh with shed on our patrons allow ua to ttatothst any one In want of luBlclcnttothcltcroOheadofitock; tall for three horses, flower-piTunnel City. t. he: Ilirdened aa I am by daily cares, good orchard, acholceatorkorgraln farm. 'hat no better one ran smsll trult of scleral klndt; orchard, wllh Lei each aide, 1 9. A good Fsrm of 102 ACRE-- well Tub report that drurnmera would be a bearing and 20 recently plsnted, and b lound the only reason for selling. apple trees liearing, btildes plums, rears and watered and fairly timbered lying 4 miles SouthOldaieis wllh 40 from the haunt of men and marts Weegly prayer meeting atill In prog- gsrden, tree currants gooseberries, atrawberrlea Send your a Idrest and we will forward to you a well close to the backwith west of Mb, Sterling and 3 mllea Northeast of erased a certain tax in Stanford, Winning olhcr fruits. A g tpTloeton dlirereni Thompsons Station A good log house of 4 rooms, rnnurtts teda, Ac This farm belongs to widow plot, wlrti full descriptlsa of thlt farm, together doors and 8 or 9 of trade, and bored by the Inefficiency of the ress. has laabundance or with January lat, ii unfounded. The City mail, It la otlerly Impossible fur me to be snd stsble, a fair orThe number of pounds freight ahipp lady of rtflned and cultlvstrdIt tastes, who and at- with pricet and Icrmt. narlsofthe tarm, affording an timber sufficientfreah with necesssry to chard of good fruit and fair fencing bored wllh tuecess to make a pleasant I'rlce, 1.11 running water for stock; and Council aMurea ua that they hare no idea PULASKI COUNTT. tracts home, anl we consider It one of the beat regular aa a correspondent. Reluctantly, eJ from Klng'e Mountain In 18S2, waa last many ycart. It lies on a good turnpike. 2 per sere; !,0K) cash and remainder In 1 year, with bargalna we can offer. I'rlce, 122 SO; half cash and a law. intereit from Lancsiler. a railroad depot Any miles y of adopting auch 43. Fsrm contslnlng 130 ACI'.ESof all nice therefore, I ak you to put this work Into remainder in I year, witn interest. who would not lie satisfied with this farm Is thrlrlng land, wllhln 20 minutes walk of for COUNTY. MUHLENBERG Richard Johnson fell from a flat car CI A amall Farm of 85 ACRES. 2 miles by .good little vlllagsol about 71 inhabitants. a The hard to plcnse. It la cheap st the price ajked and MhhCarRIK BtUAKT, the little beauty handa more reliable. With thanka fir and remainder In 1 road from depot on Louisville A Nathvlllo R. R. -new frame house offi rooma, It tJiperacrJ", third cath 140. A tract ol 120 ACRES of coal snd tlmlier who take the part of Chip" in Kogg'a many courtcalea and wlshc for your con- on the C. O. It. & X. K. R. and fractured anl SVS miles from Stanford The ImproTementa two years, with intcre t oulbulldlngs. Thlt Is a . tern and all lsnd.3iullesSoitthofCentr.iaty snd tut l.'OO on thia farm are fair and the firm la In a good rtre chance to secure a chespand comforsble home 112 A Fsrm o(2J2 ACRES, nesr Prcschersrllle-u Ferry la aaid to b nne of the moat tinued euccess, I am aa erer yours, J. A. one of hla ribs. yards Irom thcOwenshoro A NaahTllle R.K. It lawc Railatate or cultivation an can be made much better It Is from 215 seres tlesrcd and balance In timber. squsro rail can now be made to Memphis. Isiutarllle Dr. Alcorn, of Hiislonrille, was here by careful mamgement Tho water on tt Ii ex- road. y. miles 11,200. the Cincinnati Southern ral! and Bee her at Bngle. actreeoea on the alage. fenced wltn sb.ne wall.posl aod Terms easy. Price, points direct over the Paducth and intermediate abundant. It it a good heme fencing, and Is In a good stale of cnltlvallon. loo rusd snd rsllroad direct to N shvtl'e will lie com- a fine boy at Mr. C. F. cellent andmeans. I'rlce, 11,100; half cashtor a man 88. A fsrm containing 117 ACRES or Tery licit Messrs to day. There the Stanford Opera Houae on the Kill. and rebeing In It hat two hnuset. one a lo Fahm nv the lluNiinen ot limited lln,tnnj. In.l. mme 400 of which la clesred list- - acres fire Tfoouw. mar a spring, and the other a new p'eted next Summer. The coal on this Isnd Is of mainder In 1 yrar, with Interest. McDonnell's, welght- -C Iba. With anu mo vein- - are Tery tnuK, Ileal Estate and Emigrabeary timber, l.lea within U mile of A 4txtl feet It TrrTsurrlor.,usl 8 1 ACRESof snee in farm C.1 A nice llltl" mountain Vo Our town and county are atartlng the Francis Miller, Mrs Corn, of HarroJaburc, I visiting good land, excellently ImprOTed ofIt belongs to a stcaiuboal landing on Cumberland Hirer, 2 milt a ,"nicl.fS land, welt watered and excelnt No 2cu ling 8 3.6 feet,not a 11.5 feet and Kn tion Agent, adrrl!se a hundred farma for Wtier body of coal lallroadandS mllea from county seat. This Sorer 6 feet There Is r, !; New Year moatcoinmendably o far aa ob very Induatrtous man. who haa by a number nf from excellent chsnee for an energetic man wllh for nock ra ting iiism The land haa upon Is an embracing the best blue her sister, Mr. McDonnell. Mrs. school house and on land In Snutbwrat Kentucky years careful cultivation and management, made ., mMni .n make a nice fortune and secure s convenient to church snd 'ot a tingle ale in thl Issue, it a good double leg house, with 2 upper and 2 low- -i serving the law la concerned. ol Huntington, Vn.ia visiting her It a rery comfortable and desirable borne for a famgood turnpikes leading to Lancaster Man'ord snd farming land will mske good home. This trsct of Isnd ean lie purchased grass to the cheapest mountain landa. We r acre, ha r eish snd r rooms, snd owner hst good offered 830 per when ily of small meana It htaeicellent fencing, anln-di- d forl.00, on essy terms, ss the owner docs not Crab Orchard Price, cane of laweaneee of any kind haa occur been srre two annual payments, wllb Interest rleered. Ihe offers dwellcomfortable garden and orchard, snd do not suppose there erer waa a time in brother. lt at that price; ball cash and lor It snd now the money, or will le divided Into lots to remainder in red o far and the Jailer1 occupation Two little girl from South Fork, ing It Is but a mlln from Stanford by a good need the purchsser at a slight adraoce. Hut to a A great bargain and a rare chance for a "tanor remainder in 8 and 11 months, wllh interest Mr. suit so varied means. thia section when a purchaser had farms for a garden. and Is one of the deman wanting a good atock firm, thia tract can not moderate eeema almoit gone. So mote it alwaji be. . Roht (llenn will show Ihulsnd 10 any person the pasaenger train here one rosd yard, and orchard lst coanty. Price In the Tin 111. A fine. large Farm r.M17 ACRK3. all cl or siring to learn lurtlier about It. surpassed In Southern Kentucky tor the raisa list from which to make a selection, nor jumped from week. 1.7.1 meprra: well fencad and In a good state Ualfcaali and remainder In 1 year with lo- ing of sluep, tattle, hogt, mules, At. Title Happily they eacapeu ARKANSAS. THE Itallroad Commltlee U making a list which covers so much territory. The evening last cultivation Has on II ono bouse of 0 rooms and r.. uninjured. ot A Houw and lot of 1 ACRE In a village upouo house or 4 rooms, iwoipuiia 78. 90 ACRES of nice Isnd 10 miles West of haate alowly. Ko atepa bare been taken to farmer, the slock raiser, the dairyman, the -, It hat 8 on the Cincinnati Southern Kailroad. A nice prairie Farm nf ICO ACRES, about some 210 s res or more lu grass snd clor. W: Southern It It , with god bout- excellent watered; Messrs. Hilton A Flint, merchant of good rooms snd all neccusry outhouses, Including oulbulldlngs. S0srr er nlentyct Choice wster lor all purpose. This 41 acre fenced an broken up, wllh house and aecure the right of way aare to appoint a fruit raiser, the wine maker, the distiller, It Is a good home for a me- water, a gxd orchard andtimber of osk, pop'sr, farm lie on good pikes lesdlng to Uucsstor, excel- stabie, good garden, and orchard now snd stsble have purchased a house and In heavy csn lw made an any person engaged in any occupation clesred, bslsnce for the purpoae, who ha tlnne noth- the coal miner, the timber dealer, each and thl place, man chanic or It is t'Z miles front tall rial station by a good, and Crab Orchsrd. and tree and beach. Price, 18 per acre, cash. price of propose telling good at Kut Bernstadt, in oublde of farming It Is within conrenlent tilt- - sugar S2J ACRE3 or choice farming land Smile lent Hot V farm. We offer it el the lowtwo yeara lctel road. This la an elegant place and can Im ing whateTer toward It and we understand all can Gnd pleaaant home for the prose77 TO per acre; half (tub and balance on nrenfthedebot. and we offer lt Terr low. for less Ulanco lu one and had for Yi etb. 210 arret clearR. wilfrinlcrest than lt It worth, S0OC; half cash and remainder in from It. In by a good road.of About It adjoins 112 and would be sold thtthe will not. Thia la too Important a cution ol auch Industries by examining the laurel county. cultivation. A good a fair Hate ed and of 80 ACRES, with bouie; 30 one year. 137. A nice pla Hdeslred. bouses In good condi- wllh It, M A very nice Utile mountain farm ot IM dwelling and three tenant matter to let aleep and we hope the Com- Hit and conferring with the agents, who are acres under fence, balance good, rich prairie land in Hi BOYLE COUNTY. NEW ADYKKTISKflFSTS. Hat nice peach and appleorchirJ, until tion One of the finest garden tpots choicest Slate, ACRES. which will produce from 3j to 31 bushels of water apiingol the mittee will act promptly and at once. not only responsible men but clever one houie and atable. good well and other ImproTe- and a nice yard Adwelling; also some three other wheat per sere Price, 7 50 per acre. cash,. IJts seal aud raltiood. 51 A Fsrm containing 60 ACUESuf choice menta. One of the best situations lor sn orchard In the county near to do business with. Their tale la-- t year That improv. 3 miles from county land, IK mllea Irom railriwd. is -- ellover ICO now making an exand Tlneyanl In the county. It la offered Terr never fslllag springs on the farm. poplar, not clearW. It. Miu.ks. LtNrot.N Mn.W are 131 40 ACRES ol gisl prairie land, all under oak, go6il house an tttble and has Sd with $100,000 and it waa the W. H. Fasucts. low, 17.00 per acre; MOO ash and remainder in one ed Is Tery heavily timbered with cultivation; near timber and railroad. Has good undoubtedly the beat choice wheat, amounted to over and sugir tree. This Is ol apple trees now In their prime, tra quality of flour of aelccted Tear with Interest. A nrettr good cow. and horte r acre. Caih Price, f Ii 60 houae and born one In want of a ego. logelli-efirst of their existence aa a firm. Parllea snd wsgon, some farming Implements gi with the bargain la Kentucky lor any aa It la well adipted having been let out from 10 to 14 yearsthe, manufac- r and time. which they will hereafter aell at the follow-ini- r In other State desiring to come and look atock. fruit or grain farm, w b all necessary Implements t.r farm without additloasl coat. .A.itt,r nml ! tdapett on the market at the Terr ture of wandy. Price, 12,311. Thliorchtrd alone 139. Atplendld farm of 160 ACRES, t tulle fiom an extra quality, prlee: Patent fliur, CO A tmall mountain farm ol 40 ACRES. 4 miles county scat sn I It. It. In lone Pak county. Ark. low price of H7 peraere. half caili .and balance no money at their landa with a view to purchasing from Hlanlor.1. About 20 acres are cleared, with In 1, 2 and 3 yeara. (Lies well. All kinds of Is worth! lu a high About 100 acre la ua $2 "ft; beat family Hour $J JO, low gradea rnu farm a It of eultltatlon, withunder l.tus amibouse and slate superior 135 Avery amall bouse and good fencing upon It. It ia goo. I farm mscbluery can no useu on tins uuu.j a good frame ha n can be furnished the lowest railroad rate Thlt lloyle couuiy 45c T productive Isnd and la offered very low, 18 good wllhln 2K mllea and all necessary ouilull'iPngs.gouJelaletns. d't : tr.l ACRESoflaud. In which thereonIs aa good AA.1ilr,'k i?.ii..tiu.te.l f 2 bolletl meat 60c; unbolted meal hand. by application to them at Sianford. Improvementa are worth more acre, eah. The Real Estate Agents, fi toilet fr in "omerset, turnidke leading ned In full l arlng of apples, pea lies and l.iivaln. It lies oMrallrual deHa,wih a tbolte llran, cam and ahlpitull alwaya on '. than the price asked for the whole property. from timber Thlslsotieof thelirst ot 60 acres cleared and balance hcavllr Umrosd AMD thed.ror 'be daellnaglo rarh depot, IIi R.. rnilia lu milecounty, all ready to (o'oiueiic life lu the 91 A KarmofTG ACRESof rcry auperlor homes ft. H. Bnnaugh Declines. U Ordere left at the mill will be attended to h. bered llli oak and poplar Two gool log houses Ihlch are on C 8 1L It. and2 of the lor siVriTi --T land, fronting on a good turnpike road, 8 and outbuildings. I'rlce, JO) caih lor the lot, If ,. ... ... .,.K. aeOIUMiriaulOtoailiier aim can iI, Land and Immigrant Agents ISOocrotorililttariu urotrsiiaIn In Cnan Orchard, Kv , Jan 17, 18SU. promptly. miles from Stanford and 2 in lea from a depot on s.tt.t t.tm snnn , wiajdlad paaiure. acre; ball ratlt and balance farm 2aud3yrars, with a line k Nashville and Qreat Southern the Cincinnati South rn Kailroad- - It ia Inrooms, M A nice, chesp Fsrm ol IV) ACBE4, with atateotculllvation; lialaoce tliuhtr being atb and itr.Miii Interest Thia which haa now on It'about wellMt'it blue grata, the will go with the purched the Kilter htirior Journal six Mn.W-8- . Hocicr.n b 20ai res of choice wheat, mteof cultlTstion, hss s good house otbarn, n Tit- good hewed log house and necessary Railroad, walnut Theland Is second to none In Ihe Slaler farm uaoM ueiure oiarca i, inu. Please allow in through your col attached, an extra with splendid water and an excellent, large orchard,n tho yield ol wheat oo 70 ncre lielng-;- : bushels Intereit of the late J II Hhanka and he good orchsrd and other Improvements fruits all Ill A splendid tract i.rlaul ol 1,010 ACRES. umna to return to my frienda of the East STANFORD, - - - KENTUCKY rate fences, nelghborhoot, snd a very pleasant with glveukinds of time. I Tlllererf.vt. and rail acre the past year, and ofiojti.O i to 8 bush. Is. -. Is In a good les 10 miles from a nlco In Wondruir county, IV tmlot from Augusta, the at any ThelmptuTcmcntslireiirlclly and Mr. 8. II. fihanka will continue the home, l'lice, 137 per acre; hiirrash Apply the verr littler acre heatUy Price. 13 in rosd and county seat. Office, South aide of Main Street, opposite Court-I- I knd desirable brick bouto clalnlng 8 moms, with yrrandasur- county scat, ou Willie River, aah anl timbered under the name End, my ainrere thanka for mercantile bualnea here and the remainder In 1, 2 and 3 years walnut. and wiiit oak, cypress, hickory, above It not ha flit value, but owner front, thesametielnglsraulilully oum) Square. .. mi. IfllllM .ri.n.l l.lai.nn .llr in call uhoo me to become a candidate for t ,..IIa. toon as the some 2 ncres, set out These n'e the best of firming lands anl produce elegant yard ol ft Hocker. Mr. linker will of Shank '"ii1 A Farm of 180 ACRES. a1ut 01 ot which are rounded by an evergreens aod furost trees most irom 80 to 70 bushels of cum and 31 Io 3) bushels from Stanford and 21, miles from depot on Louall kinds of next Legislature; and alao to friends of We site apeelal attention to the ssl and the In 11. tlreater portion In grass cotton cleared, balance in heavy tlmlier. fjuod dwclllng-houa- o lattelully arranged. II It alio provided with I ec- of wheat and 1,300 to I SO) pounds of lake charge aa aoon aa he can gel a man to of lltsl Ksisle principally In Kentucky, isville A NsshillleU. a Rtinford and other parts of the rounty who but alaiy where luthsboutb; snd slao to the l'lcnty of siock water, no noute, rrire, ki. per acre They are sltuaUd Immediate 'y ou ofC rooms kitchen and all necetaary oul- - ho se luukfuouseaodailucceasaryoul-buildliigfill hla place with the Laurel Col Qmipa very while Hiter, with railroad surveyed till builddings, servanti1 house snd bsrn, w th LouiaTtllo A g aervains' bouses near dwelling, Terma oir bul Includli have offered me their aupport should I be- procuring ol tickets over the spring- - This Isnd lies well. Is gently roll- - cnuifortalle tenant bouace, alao 2 large audcouimo- - ing through theiit W oiler ths slurs lands In IU7 A rarinot jmj ai.iii.3 oi g""i snd Urcit boulhcrn Rsllrusd to any point ny and will more hla family here, to occu AtlJtaa t iAi in aula tinrehaaera from 40 seres mi at nrl- nu liamiiita ; i. tnganu IS rtcu tr..ulAta.. lan.l Interest at home ret' tied by Us own road and connection., lliureuiuiF iuu, land all aet In clover, timothy and JlOUSbsrOS r acre; half caih and Ulng stone wail. cs raogtug from Id to 110 immediately on turn- This Is a choice silt for a rrult fanu It Ilea high nacltv. TheWlincrtns lately purchaied Lt Mr come a candidate. Mr f.nilng Is almut ia acres; lying py the property solicited I the Fur trull It is un balanee Oil lltierat lime, wiiu iuw rate vi miriwill require my undivided attention nt snd order pike, 4), utllea from Stanford aud 3 lull- - from andlsoneof the most henllhy localities In bal- ujst"cd tall and pUukfvm-emeouradTerlleoiucnlsofktndslielow Joaeph Coffey. Price. 1 1,000, hslfeaah and Richmond Junction, lt baa good frame bouae of United States. countv.lt having 21 acres set out est. Augusta Is a nice, thriving business place the present, and In Justice to rayself and faml- - eopT otour IUal Esta k JoiiaJUl for January, S rooma, tildes kitchen, pun try and porch, good ance on good long time II Ilea I tulle from rsll surpassed In now In full bearing, (a fortune witblu of some 3 OuO lnhaltanls and no belter point can In Vineyard lew. for good barn snd rosd and 2.4 mile from county seat. d Ju I In bo reached within the limits of cttllltitlo ilselMolaotOsTcsortihiaceapplsoriha cellar, all necessary When the Furniture Factory nidation ly, I must most respectfully decline. orchsrd ot Cu ihobcsl ivIUctloun als.; man of moderate meant, wbo wants to secure a ttsUe, gtrden wilhsmalllrultaand ol 250 ACRES 8 miles ftom county Its prliuoaud ot tb number of 81. A FarLINC0LN.C0UNTY was being agitated we heard It II HltONATOII. ... guot home In a htalthy.'thilvlng. hospitable Excellent spring water clo to nea, pears, unnwi r'1-- " trees bearing railroad IH acre are clearand ,.... of small fruits set out around the garden In eeerr field seat73 8 mllea Irom an.l hiiiiilant inrlns-wst" ed, In eras and balance In corn, w heat, oata Ac i our clllie'na aay that If Mr John Builder t A II. useandlyitolllacreslnavllligelmllei A very desirable home "marriages. orthard ol i.. ,k. .... nl the darilliu an Iwo large, btau. W also bare a numlier ol farms In Punt it and from the Uulattlle A Naehtlll- -. aud J milee r out lt Is excellently fenced. Thia farm haa on It a aplendid young years lone waa to bare control of the ettibllth-wengood point In a good netghborbuod. Price, 110; half caih, j,;ids or p"li rotrtlng about an tttre taeh. Craighead counties, which we will sell al prices A I 400 cln Ice, selected apple trie 7 the Cincinnati HoulbcrnlUllrosl. Interest and on time Io suit th somacoming loto full besrlvg; alao some 50 budded III i,W.,,r,i,t-- . in abuudautly stixkrd with fish ranging fiom 11 to 17 per acre, ou favorabl terms. James II. Cannon nnd Mist Pollr, for a country store, blsckaiuith ebop, or aom other purchsrer would inaure the requl'ite they aid other valuable varl ties -- autre are K,,n ..riliMie lands are tome ihsn 8 miles fiom a house end Urge bsrn, corn I'rlce, IVM Half cash, tieacli trees A uechsnlc-- l occupation ... --ml ......at...... .l. We 1W A Farm of 10SK ACRES of good Isnd, wllb-I- n oi 1 bit Is an tuauv ollitr are lit g.id, Ihrifiy setileueuU tw. v amount for Ita establishment In a tery abort daughter nf Hetekiah Younir, i'Ut aweet snd renisludcr lu I year with Interest. .Thia la a crib snd all necesssry . I.,, ...lattilv w.i,mI. Ilea well Slid here Muee o Iaints but we can say that no pulns ral lii and lor rrut or Irate for a Itrm of years, note, less thsn a mile ot l'unnel City, on the Cincinii..... Is well worth 1500. alao has land rery'cheap properly. It Mr, II, haa now aold out. haa plenty sixteen, were nwrh-- veslerday. spared io nuke tl ou.oftli Moutherii lUllrosd. 78 acre are cleared and hss on It one of the time. pay mil with talor. has teen countrv store stands in uor of unlniprorrd land. 8 miles by nati lit in which Ihe parlies ran 11 7 U ACRES bimiaa lit and the fiiiett; mvit comloilable wul l.rutliable sll rosdt KrntU'ky, listing the of money to'doubl hla subscription ami good level rosd, from pasasgei, er det on Hslf Cloclnnsll In cultivation boutcellar;remainder Itwithlimner. Price. Ill per acre; good ctah andInbalancedirections the Sissies. It It ottVed at 178years, acre, halfCrath of 7 rooms, on good DEATHS ball FOR EXCHANGE. . cath aod btt a dwell ng Willi eiuthern lUllrosd. Price. also good smokehouse, and Ulancai In I, 2. I and 4 the poeltlon if the eo can b secured " fiantrT.closetsaod stable, sheep ho it, 1 jear with tulcrrst. g 904 AlRESotlandlolratglan'Iiwunty.Ark.. Gen. JarrI Jackson died at his home the rttualnder In mountain Isnd. well uproveJ, snd spring bouso. fed by one of the best cow house Coolalui ' ACUE4 ofclmie fsnulog laud Milt IIUMSll. springs In lie haa been with ua a pie re in earneat. ACRES of 8 tqusrr. It I heavily timbered V ACUES of bluegrau and, I tulle by IK IMtaeree being tplemlbl river Udtoni. Nal 118 Tuesday, aged 1)0 year. He wllh lta dwelling, out bouses, tlsbles and fence Two good thscouuly; a good gsrden, stocked wlih smsll air ill w th good timber. with oak. hickory, ash, tlui tud olber timber. In ibtllty Uiuber.contlsiliig of.ojki number of teara and there can be no com in London, of IM anceblaik hillside laud ftults and welfpalcl In, an apple orthard gruwlng cuiel dwellings, good urcbar snd two bart.1 on the nwstly iieeiy t """'. aod walnut, lying 1W inllrs ruai It. Was enured brlor th war aa good btriulug Isud. sah.tu.sl "rimi a waa a soldier in the Mexican War, and at Uond orcnara one of the best springs In this liearing nee and 800 young aelect tree acre; Ulfcaah uiilo of water from plaint that they do not know him. The tbulit pike It It well water- Is wl'.hlnZorSmll'sof'irsllroads. Th tlmUr R .i achet, Ae , enough for plsc. lhlslsbirglnaiW3r ara, plumi, finely, alao A high, healthy location, and good one time owned nearly the whole of Lau aloue tuskes it dealrsble roperly. and It lt beside snd Ulsore on good I hue. ed has plenty ol llmeatose for Uiltdlng purposes a iin. kiinaiinn fur a brandv u itlllcrv. other man need nit bi In their war. fstully. fencing tew ass ssitr I Ms rMi'- ia property, adjoining iTtirTi ....L..r.aA.l liM.n nr aliwk farm, and Wl'l Tery lent' land Offered In eithauge or at part 1 for only SI Fotirtrsi-'toAll rel county. The tile on which London ihak.wtirlolol!lJ3pvra rs.atsli, If rayuivot fura I'rlc II 628; 11,000 cash and remainder in year of the very beat and abund nt In one year wllh thecliy rsoiiierse tubutbtn VI IV farm la tenirat , In Iota .. . ..K.l.t "I,.- - tu.ui.i.t. ti.000, hair rath and remainder Plots and prices Bputed lr eoou. n.,.,.1... awuo 1. worth th siuiuck .,A . In His Kentucky Ileal Entate Journal, built waa donated by him, and the Court lnimile oflho II A farm of 71 ACRES ou Stat. road. 4 milts lulereat. A great liargtln tecklng a 4. 1,800 Al IUW of tery rteh laud on I'lgwell Half W II Miller augge' 'hat house and other public building upon lb sent on spplhwllou be Person sullcd thsn bosun- loouty. tbere from tlotluuatlrjoulbtm Railroad. good In 301 110 Just Irtucd, Mr tuese Lskssudbt I'rsuclsltlitr.lnarrensawnty.Ark. bout, wstcrs A Farm ofCreek, ACRES, (ring all South- ful loiallou can not Ifller reuialbdcr In limb r. A ROCKCASTLE-COUSTuu IbeCtnelu of Flshlsg as Somerset has pollvalssa Imalthy ! Wtl amoug His first bands enttrril In that couuiy. If the City Council unee not proceeu io were elected entirely at his expense. II barn and leuclng, aodabundauceof tacellent land It excellent fur this sec- landa, isnoairew tiv i ta-- p. mountain lartn. A quick ern Railroad. Xb and la also excel lent! liuprov. tlou, IV 7 It Is vtry heavily Umbered, aod than la no tUher laud. It Is Is 60 A Farm of 3W ACRES of excsHeul democrat and at ...i.i.j..i,ja 111Jt tils Ihirefor offered at a vtry tion of the rouotf open newatieeta on the Junction aide of waa a land lu lbs county it lira within 1 miles of th , tlsbles and fruclng, 'm. A verytbetn Farm by rottdrrou railroad, 1W sires dwelling, ed with H In I of0 ACIIIW. J), mllea miles sed r.msluder In limber, with sbuudstic Cairo A Tssarcuoa furrow Oaug InK.CsutralOffered half town, ao that building lota can be obtained the time of hla death was Chairman of the low price; Itou, Tha caib and remainderworth year i.l.... ..,l.n,ll.l tfar.ln SUd orcllSM Shil ahUU-la 'rotu Wondatock. Ky ; luoatly In Umber and of farm half Improvements arc wltn Intrrrat, Thtr la a prttty guo-- l dwelling lu exebang lor a dant fresh water lor all purposes; about half and lumber, a 10 wlbs of good tasal two u vhm-- .for leaa than a fortune, the appropriation County Commltlee money 11 is a ass buusuuu ivw housaMe asiusl' orchard, covered with a fie. good quality lor states VII tttiant houaa), besides lb cleared and ths remslnder It .uv . 11. 1. una i v Ivntil lila S 17 LOrs.WxtW feet each, la the city of Litsprings. and vlnsyard. rrowlli of timber of greet vsrlely and Urge els offer IhU lsKn 11 8) per acrr; , eith, baliace made by the town to aecure tho ahnp ol land at Union IVistl tle linrk. JelWoUsI portion 14. A Fsrm of CJ ACRES of vory rich I'll. , flues) per aire, ', cub and retualoder lu 1 Offsred In Ark . half a lulls Iruiu the Iur a It ts -- ce of the best homes In lb Southern on easy Junction, will exchange or part luyia'snl t I ft ,.,ll. Irnm Slatilurd. OD. I)lx UlVtr. In a the L. A N., at Richmond of Lincoln county Pilce. llSper acre, "Srt'JSS HouM.nd iK ACHElofou tA.W year wltn inircest- - ACltliS or farm lu I el Ual Keulucky. KUler J F. HUgner will preach at good neighborhood. The kouw and olbsr two eirellent land 81 A Farui or WO mil from Somerset dcot, liowedlaielr be but a club to knock her own bralna out, Land, lying H ordinary, but th are 111 Three trecta railroad. IvO acre In eultltatlon aud C 2.10J At UBS of pin Undi In lb Hot Spring! wiino rooms. Th. Church next Sunday at 11 A. M. fsrm csu b ou this farm statbutof cultivation lor ...II.. MamII. ..I fVak of Mountain COIlUlnlllK In til m it it .t.i,ihouse ts a uew frame tu bear, well ...ii llrrhsrd SD.1 put tu fin .'...i.. au,.!,.! rriiitrainuieiietuir lu tluiber Thia farm also halation- - country. Art. about i.lo'G ulloa below for unleaa auch etreete are opened, a tract Halle Gap Much of ths laud Is almost unsurpau-000 ACRES. toll lUastlron Mountala lt. 1L Th rallraut house Iter. K O. Uue, rant will dedicate the but Utile mouey. It Tha very dealrsble horn lor a sggregsiII about 2ll.a.la Blnintt , Jmco ol cool. ThM Is acollsgs residrncu with JuncIt la. leuced.good waler near b,ttabl and tmok IllP of CO acre of land contlguoua to the Is In this county roows, a teosnt nuuaea, iwm eiai.ra, ii..(.ww runt rightTbrough them tor 4 utiles, nine' ot II oil liuis. A i'reabyterlan church at l'ulekl Sta- i..ii nriiinJersta mtsns. within whose reach It very isi utter isubeing mora thau a mil from a rallrutl, and most and t other tion on the Kut will be laid oft In town nw - - - - f ol Al RES. dlolulog awl water outhouses, few in M.- .ot It ueurdep t Tliubsr mostly pine, with soma of in rniaeiuIs brought by lb low prlc and liberal terms, large quiumy Tsiusuie iucioiwra .TMie.M- wiihlu a ii ami fit good lug , . Fair landt for 80 per acrs: 11,000 cstu and riuialedcr will sell Ihe whole of thia landal Ii per acre, or tbstownof Suiueriel.Kr all clesred the conitructlon of the tion next Sunday at 10 A M. old geulleuisu wbot ag oak. hickory tud other lliub-rrrlcs, VI lot aa coon aa lliulit Ibit Lat"' bslougs to su Odervdla we in suit it in trscts to si larmiugpurposs.cboUwforirull. Tha Widows and Ondiana Home of In I aud 2 years, without Interest, ahopa begin. ThU ought to awaken the as land 0 or part jujuieot for superior acrs. tuner win gir 18 A Farm of 10 ACUES of tery sicrllently watered ivllUfcn, oouio, . " ..1 Ktutucky th JUelhOdl. .l It .III if In.r era th land, on lurotdk. 1 miles fruui railroad and- Isud Isbouses. Tcroit eaty I This (arm bat good Im- tuitll waa recently onentd for uae in Iiouiavllle. In a good ptlgbborhood ib.m i " progieaaivrj tutu no a A wsl-re- - K n, grow-Inir ky. Moe-ers- - t) nerr - h s pa-l- ir one-ha- lf p- -r -- Rall-rso- 1 feed-I- n 1 te o t. t rtl-ts- -- Talus-W- e wsl-..- s, a, Sauu-Kiuu- fl firat-rsl- slock-ahe- 1 1 neTer-falll- I! a J Msn-for- g hlgh-falu-ti- n er ln 1 lf Et ve-- flral-rs- te rr 1 t.l.-..i- A first-clas- a i, turn-nlk- M ..-j- meat-bous- e, P". 1 - r apar blue-cra- first-clas- C dcslr-shi- ' JorrileU Contt-Hon- al-- o one-thi- -- Courl-llou- es ly-I- blue-irrs- 1 -r , Knox-Tll- le blue-gn- -- blue-sra- 111 first-cla- ss y tneil-bou- wagon-ahe- d mest-hous- e, corn-cri- trult-hous- e, blue-grs- ss , 111 firat-ra- tc lieTer-fallln- es er ral-le- captl-Tatln- I Shin-men- 1 Penny-backe- ... ar-- !! II.-so- u. 1 per-fe- ,,,,. 1 corn-cri- b Slsn-fo- rd a blue-gra- ss wal-n- 1 FMCHILLEH Lou-iaril- inue-gra- li- lnr I blue-cr- au .. I a posses-slo- ir m flrtl-cl- se-- d Naah-Til- ls never-fadi- uiuw-ur- blue-grai- pt J San.tafeSS . - tr t, ust I B'r.. imv-i-- ........, 1 tt ll ir ".'P-a- r. nUh-i'.i.-.- 1 r W b'ue-graa- a courl-hour- 111 wa-t- er llrtt-rs- ti"' outho-ites- i luiul-lltsil- blur-gra- Ken-luc- never-tailin- g blue-gra- blue-gra- lbt. rii XZrwXsp;v.&Jr'& .., .. lr SMI . blue-art- ..l. I. 'KiSSSSIitts - "u. ": (J blu-gr- t.su-tr- al U emi-ttch- ln inttriorlournal A IIMIlttKIHII MOIIPJI OMA SIA. Crtalid by Settnrr. (Frem the linden Tralh. When physicians discovered that pain could bo subdued by inserting under tho skin a small pointed instrument provided with a littlo tubo containing morphia, they littlo thought that they wero paving tho way for a now vice. Yet so it was, Thcro are, in our merry England, lcings who aro as wholly under tho domination of morphia as over wero Chinese under that of opium. Women havo yielded by degrees to its fatal fascination, until at hist they prick tho skin a dozen times a day with tho tiny syringe- that lias such terriblo results. Tho operation is almost painless; tho immediato effects pleasant. A delicious languor supervenes. Happy thoughts and bright imaginations fill tho mind, Somosco lwautiful visions, others feel only a pervading sensation of comfort and On n few tho effect of morphia is to oxcito to sorao intellectual effort, if effort that can bo called, which is puro delight, a glorious feeling of power or uncrippled exercise, of tho highest faculties. It is as though tho mind had suddenly developed wings. But ot tho very height of tho enchantment tho influenco of morphia begins to snbside. Tho glory fades. Tho wings trail, and tho feet that aro their corry snbstitues becomo weighted ns with lead. As with tho workers, bo with tho dreamers. Tho visions aro obscured. Tho sensation of comfort givos placo to ono of discomfort, irritation, oven pain. Tho mental vision that had just now looked through a rosy mist sees all tilings ns through n crapo veil or a November fog. Can it bo wondered at that tho doao is renewed, that the poison is absorbed again and again, that tho intervals becomo shorter and shorter between the reign of tho potent drug ? And tho end? Tho punishment is terriblo indeed. By degrees tho mind darkened. Hideous hallucinations scizo upon it. is lost. Imbecility overtakes tho weak. Madness threatens tho strong. Theso aro the personal consequences. Thero aro others to bo bequeathed to sons and daughters, and later genera, tions. Theso can bo guessed at, Th0 now vico lias not reigned sufficiently long for tho world to have seen tlicm exemplified, but a dark nrroy of possibilities suggests itself only too readily. Tho hcritago of insanity, of inebriety; of imbecility, with its fntnro to bo traced back to thoso tiny tubes which hold a drop or two, and to which men looked as to a blessed means of relieving pain, forgetting that blessings and curses go hand in hand in a crooked world. Dipsomania has now a powerful rival, speedier in its results than its own revolting process, and, eventually, as degrading. Tho name of tho latter born sister fiend is Morphomania. Jfne Horror Jnirrltf rMnf7 Friday Morning, - January 10, 1883 Mr I. AXJ) CALLS. Drftiu, ruttlrtl nnrl Curone, it WIS street, Mr. Breezy," will Jlrs. Breezy, helping her lord nml master to n cup ol cofTeo. (tpcciilfttcil n littlo in Block, dear, it Hint's what yon moan," iwiul Sir. "I fimnrta on lirplnnnllon. From the Ttroeklyn Eagle.1 bcliove you lmvo gnmlilotl In AVrtl; " I lmvo Breezy, unfolding his napkin. "Samo thing," Brtid Mrs. Breezy; "yon enn call it speculation; I know it'n gambling. How do theydo it, anyway? I rend about puts and calls and n I rad dles, and buy a three's, but I nover can make any head or tail out of it. I eup-poit's all some horrid siting yon men havo invented." "Well, no, dear," said Mr. Breezy, s to a chop, helping his better "it isn't exactly slang. Yon see, for in" stance, I buy a hundred short " Ton do what ?" cried Mrs. Breezy. buy n hundred short," repeated Mr. Breezy. " Well, what in tho name of common sense, do you mean by that ?" asked Mrs. Breezy. "Why don't yon talk United States I mean English? You buy a hundred short, and what has short got to so two-third- well-bein- ,1 RAMI MO ft ISP. A local editor had printed an Article cvervly reflecting njon a prominent citizen of the placo, who vowed thst he would tako summary vengcaneo upon tho man of typos, Iwnghl a horse-whi- p and proceeded to tho hotel, wheio the editor was boarding out a big advertise. ment. Hero he inquired for tho object of lu's fury, and was shown to his room, whero ho found tho editor in bed. "Aro you the author of this iara- graph ? " said tho nvenger, drawing tho paper from his pocket and tho horsewhip from under hU overcoat, "lam," replied the editor, turning over, bo as to get n lictter grasp of tho situation. " Well, sir, I havo como to sottlo thU matter with you, sir," shouted tho avenger. "OfUeo hours from (1 a. in. to 12 p. m.," rcpliod tho editor, yawning ; " but, if you prefer to do binititws here, how do you proposo to seltlo il ? " " "fly giving you a cried tho avenger. "Wliatl" exclaimed the editor; " surely, you will not commit a ruffianly attack upon n man in my situation in bed, undressed, half asleep You must bo a coward to toko such an advanhorso-whlppin1 CJO TJAflM WJ3MT t tiO OO NOIlTIIt rmmsMo.Mi, T. W. VIA LOUISVILLE jkien Tim VA1KO. WAtLAOaK & ATTOHNUYH A.'!' BTANFOrtP, KY. T. W. VAlNO.t. W.E VAIINON, T..A.AV, up 01 3 & MISSISSIPPI DAILY TRAINS THE EABT AND NORTH. H 3 W. Office In Owaley A .Hon'a new bulMlng-- atalrt. GREAT CLOSING OUT ATTOllNBY AT LAW, DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Courta of tloyle and adjoining counlleaand In tho Court of Appeala, M. ALEX. ANDKHUON, Louisvillo to Clnciimiili! free Ptrlor 4 Curt nn.l New Day Ocwehre Without A'aTTOltlVlBV 1'BYTON, ChlDgf, DAILY TRAINS AND TIIK WnST. 4 Xiotii.svilie to St. Toui.s fltfplng Cait ami jwlnlwft eowitUea and lb OmhI atd 0hII l Appeala Fptrtal attention gltcn U MlTtftiina. Office on l.nwaier atr-- tl 111 nilnrtlelnlheC.Mf !.lnt!n eperrr BTANFOIID, AT LAW, KV, arl n.. rS -A X-J -fcLl - DIt. J. O. CAlU'ENTKll. STANFORD Office oxer H. I.ylle'a alert, from S to H and 7 to p. ti. Dr OwmIicj out Chunge. to St. Loult With- KENTUCKY Once" hoort 2 DAILY TRAINS LoiiIstIIIo to IndlnnapolN, ANDTIIEtiOHTU 2 Chicago, Office HUItOICOlM ll3iNTTHT, STANroitD, KY. quired. LEB V. HUFFMAN. GHEMIILT J Df fWlirt n.l Hwllolnit Chtlr Without chMige. Can Through rureNltroua Oxide tlat admlntaicrwl South aide Main Klrcwt, two dnora abort the My era Hotel. wtn re- I'or WiKliliigtoii. Ilnlllmorr, I'lillnUrl. tililM, Aph York nmt Bnvlnii, Thli la the Vrr Chance of Train. It Route, m You Hare No FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. len SEVERANCES STANFORD, KY., "I do with it?" i' " If you will givo mo thno I will explain, my clear," said Mr. Breezy. "You boo it n mail is long on stock ho is " "Long on stock ?" said Mrs. Breezy. "Now, what aro you getting to ? First you aro short and then you aro long. What does a man want to get on a stock for, anyway ?" "My dear, if yon will allow mrj " "To bo sure. Go ahead. Tell mo something about Wall street, but don't talk nonsense," said Mrs. Breezy. " Well, my dear, wo will Bupposo that I havo a put on Wabash, "Thcro you go again," said Mrs. Breezy. "Will yon or will you not talk in a langnago I can understand ? supposo What is Wabash, anyway? it is another slang term?" " No, that's a stock," said Mr. Breezy; "you seo, dear, if I havo a call on " Wabash or Northwestern "If you call on tho Northwest?" cried Mrs. Breezy; "are you really going mad, Mr. Breezy? Well, I might expect as much from tho lifo you havo led recontly. What with clnbs and politics, you aro going headlong to some terrible Self-contr- and" I fate." "My dear, it will bo impossible for mo to explain anything unless you will givo mo flvo minutes to do it in," said Mr. Breezy, with unusual warmth. "Now, at tho beginning of this week Omaha preferred started at 10CJ and 105" "Octha preferred I" asked "What is preferred? preferred it ? What has Omaha got to Breezy. Mrs. Who do with Now York and Wall street anyway, and what do you mean by IOC?" "I shall havo to givo it up," said Mr. ' Breezy in a despairing voice. "No, Mr. Breezy, I have started out to know something about Wall street, and I won't allow you to get out of it in that way," said Mrs. Breezy, setting herself more firmly in her chair. ' 'Now Mr. Breezy, you will plcoso drop slang andcomo to something I can understand. For instance, what is a bull-bear?" "Ha, Breezy. ho, ha-o- h 1" laughed Mr. "What do you me, Mr. Breezy ? "Ho, ho, ha-o- h fairly doubled tip with laughter. " Mr. Breezy, you haven't the manners of a savage," cried Mrs. Breezy, pushing back her chair, "and I don't believe you know any inoro about Wall old baby," and street than a Mrs. Breezy made lTazael time to tho kitchen to take revenge upon tho cool:. two-wee- mean by laughing at I'm suro I " 1" and Mr. Breezy THE EXOLISII l'AVKlt TAX. At the time I commenced tho Journal the duty on paper paid by tho manufacturer was 3d per pound weight, which formed a grevious burden on overy sort About 1810 publishers of publication. generally began to mako earnest efforts to get rid of this tax, 'which pressed with' special cruelty on tho cheaper class of works. In this movement, which on a lesser fecalo resembled the Corn-laI took a somewhat conspicuous part. Tho " Miscollany of Useful and Entertaining Tracts," issued by W. & R. Chambers, and which extended to volumes, with a circulation of 80,000 copies, was nbsolutely choked to death by the tax. Tho anticipated iirolY its ou tho work were litorally nothing. IVI lliu wjiuja nun uuuj uueurutHl uj IUU duties on paper. Tho Government, with no trouble or risk, having got all tho profits on this popular littlu work, it was given up. Cases ot this kind wero upon tho attention of tho Legis. laturc. Mr. Milncr Gibson, member of Parliament, zealously helped tho move-ment, which was at length successful. The ropeal of tho paper duty took effect on Oct 1, 1801 Already, in 1853, tho advertisement duty, 16d each, had boon removed; and in 1855 tho nowspaper stomp was abolished ; wherefore, with tho abolition of tho paper duty, 1801, tho press in all its departments was set thoroughly free from fiscal exactions. In theso few facts young pcoplo til learn how uowBpniicrs havo been so cheapened and extended iu circulation. .11'. Chamber, in Chamber' u, 31 ex iv ax a AILS. tho department of jails there is a deficiency. As at present arranged thoy can present but moderate terrors to evildoers. Tho really'flno penitentiary at Guadalajara is tho only ono in which modem ideas of penal disciplino aro followed. Thcro is by law no deatb penalty. Tho number of tho ial criminals is kept down by. lynchings as tho shooting of certain kinds of offenders on capture into which nobody ever inquires, and by transportation to Yucatan ; but thero still remain sufficient to mako ono look with uneasiness on the slightness of tho means of restraint employed. Tho bolts and bars ore only lattices of wood much inoro often tlwr iron. At the great central prison of Belen, whero somo 2,000 persons aro confined, it seemed to mo that a very largo portion of them wero more comfortablo than thoy could have been in their own squalid homes. Thoy mako a strango spcclaclo indeed as ono looks down upon them in largo courts, of what again lias once been an old convent, where, of all ages, and for sentences of all durations, they eat, sleep and work at various light occupations together. No attempt is mado to prevent their communicating with ono another, or staring nixmt. Thoy havo good air, light and food, and aro paid a part of their cominga. Thoy tako their siestas at noon, play at chockers, gossip and oven batho luxuriously iu a central tiuik. 11'. II. Blthop, in Jfarpcr'a Magazine. In OP .MA UK TtTAIX'.S IXXOCEXTS. Many of our readers will easily call to mind tho droll Doctor who was with Mark Twain in the Holy Land, and who mado tho droll remarks on tho Egyptian mummy, asking if it was dead, and what ho died of, etc. Few know, however, that tho genuine Doctor referred to by Mr. Clemens is as droll and even mora Dr. bo than depicted by the humorist. A. Beeves Jackson, tho man who asked which was Columbus and which was the bust, now resides in Chicago, whero ho no is better than a practises medicine, comedy when in tho vein, and can carry on a conversation without moving a muscle of his face, whilo making statements that would lead tho unacquainted to believe that ho hadn't penso enough to como in ouj of tho rain. Having met and conversed with Dr. Jackson, we can easily imagine tho earnest and guileless raauner in which ho conversed with tho guide, and how ho succeeded in convincing tho total stranger that au American boy who couldn't write better than Columbus wotdd bo choked to death and thrown into the moaning sea. Dr. Jackson is about 65, portly and good natnred, and many who know him sav that tho wonderful lxinularity of " Tho Innocents Abroad " ii due to his fresh and natural humor. Laramie O.VJJ tage." of Mala In car a of connecting llnca. "No, sir," retorted tho avenger; "I am no coward, sir. I ask no advantage, To Imllanapolli and Chicago, anil the only and will tako none. I shall not striko line siring III troni a ll rid along you, bit, until yon get out of bed, and the ahorra ot lake Michigan. at dress and defend yourself." t'orTlcketa, lutea. Time, Mapa, Ac, arrU '" "Then," said tho editor, wrapping tho blankets around him, "I guess Ticket ARf nl r t'oniifrlliifC Linen, or adJrr-- i K. N. IIIIOWN. Fonthtrn IVmcngtr AgL, you'll havo to wait n spell. I'm game to M. K. Cor. 4th and Main Ml. Umlatlllc. KT stay hero till next week, anyhbw and Or, to J D. 1I1LI, Uml. Kmlgrant Ail , Ixhanon, Kentucky longer, if I can get a supply of writing W.W I'CABODY, W U.8IIATTIC (Jrn'l Superintendent, Ucn'I Pas. Agt, materials. Sit right down, and tell us Cincinnati, Ohio. tho news." Thero was nn appeal to tho Revised Version, and tho avenger stalked off unavenged. nr far -- THE MOST DKSIKABLE KOUTE T- O- CoachM on All Train t llaie Through HaTO No Midnight Chanftea I Arrltc at M. toura t Hoar la AJtante ot Other Man, thrrthr teturinit more llrof lor making change of caraaoj (tiling firat tholre !r I'eeame ymir hnuae, or your good or your lite atock, or towroiher properly hare not burnt or Injured by Ore or lightning, la no guaranty that tic. Don't you think, then, lhal It they wouM be prulenl li aecure Indemnity In cae auch loasor damage ahould occur loflvr you IM, at the loweat ratea obtainable In any Brit-- , l Company I reprraent aeten and you may I I'M. takt your choice. S4m tamot JMt.n. I'll il. Desire to close out their entire stock of goods LIU. CINC15 3SAXI! And decidedly the fupular Route, affording, aa It doea, teta changeaaud auperlor accoramodatlonato Missouri, Iowa, Kamas, Texas, come tnplate a The North, Northwcat and Wcit. In fact. If you trip In any direction, your tutereat will he bettrT,a by purrhaalng your tlcketf via-K. C and Cincinnati. 2TraUaeach way 2, l'ull man 1'alaro- - an; hi. fan t New Day Cuachea, and handaomely lurulibed Uecllnlng Ctnlr Can lor to the untqtialn! equlimenta of ilila Uld lteliable, thereby making a trip oter thla Una one ol lulu-rlocomfort and pltaaure. Try II. TIME TAULE. IN EFFECT DEC -- Thla preparation la purely vegetVile and free from aU deletertn 1a or Uanirernua auN'anre, end It la ahaohitely certain tobrlncall khxt orwurma rrom the human ayatfm It la not naif altna; to themmtilellcatealomarh an'l clillilren will lake It aa reiullly aa they wt i motaftm-4- . nMch thonl.1 recommenil It to eery houaekeerer Iarenlaran apply tt with aafety end aperklmc eree happy facva, and lovoua apit Ita w I unron loul elprrna the aratitutle or toe little one. It la ili wnfv teoriti kitlrr that la p aa'it take put up In twoMunce vials, at daol.il dealfraattncnly art cvnta. Try a bo. Lie d ManunM-turebT C. C It HO It K A- - CO, cilEVEBIilk And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. n OBler, tan Xt.tltt Mrrt, Loxtimrlllr, A II v. Foraale'n8:anl rJ by l'MXY Mt.Uisrtr t. IM. No. We have 815,000 worth of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hoofs. Shoes, Hals, Caps, &:., to sell in litis way. ' incut aier i South. Ere. Coilogton... ' Falmouth No. 8 0O 9 40 10 SO 2. No. CO 4. " fyntnlana.... Arr. LeJlDglon... I! 16 1 Si p ID Lto. Lexington . Arr. Wlncbraler-- " 2 21 p n ao pm Mt sterling . 7 21 p ir Ashland 8 08 p in Huntington.. No. S. Soani. 30 a Lto. Huntington.-- " .. 7 IS a Aahland ' Mt. Sterling... " WlncheHer 12 21 p 1 13 p Arr. Lexington Lto. Ixlngton... 2 lu p 3 00 p " Parla. 11 3M p Cynthlana. m - main m ui m " II SO p ui 8 Ou p to 13 pin a ni! 4 10 p m a ni 5 w p m 10 1 J pin am S P ml 10 40 pm p ni 6 s p to 11 :o pm 7 S ami ! He- - ,0 p m 1125 pm 20 p m II 10 am 00 p in 12 4S am , Tins is-n- the tnil-c- of a stock of ami most deftimblc ooij tlmt vc arc clokiiig out. In 4 Mam but the stock of goods Stnnfonl. Wc No. o 1. No7b 1'urcliaser will effect a targe snn'ng Cures Coughs, Colds Croup, LarynRitla, lTnckinK. Chronic and Whoopine Coughs, Horo Throat Soro Chest, uongcstcu jjiings.iniiamoa Fnoumonla. J II U tTNOX, O 11 W Pearl Drcn-chltiSpjta-modia, ot everything thoy buy. a m 6 IS p ni Arr. CoTlDgton. MAYSVILLE DIVISION No. 9 Lr. Lexington a pm. Arr Maya ttlleS 10pm No. 10 ' Mayarille 6 00 am. " Islington 9 23am S 20 a m. No. II " " Mayarllle 8 43am No. W " MayiTlll12 4ipm " LcilngtonS3pm " Falmouth.-.- .. 4 m 4J p iu 30 a ml. , 6 10 a ml. 7 W a ml . 7 a mi SISpni SUaml IM pui 9 12 a mi 4.9am 10 19 a ml A2S pm 11 SS a m( e5pm will make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. v,o il December 19, 1882. btreet, linnnnatl, rrl THE In fact, there la mo3t-nefario- semi-offic- cure you. sell it. No. Crunadaily and haa day coachia from CI to Washington. Pullman Meepento Kanawha Fall. W.Va. and Kccllnlcg Chair Car to Lex. Ington. 8toia only at alatlona on K. C It. It, where time la glten. No. 2 runa dally, except Sunday: haa through coacheato Hun Ington. No. lioomcrann. 4 runa dally, except Uunday; haa through coachea Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally toMt. Merllog and parlor car to Mayan le. No. 5 run dally; haa elrgant day coach from Waahlng-toacta directly upon the blood and the muI'ullman Sleeper from Kanawha Falla and Lexlng can Cincinnati. cous surfaces of the system. I'rice, 75c, parloratopa. from 1 and aon todally, except Only Bun-daNoa, three inn pale by Penny & McAlister, Stanford. and hare through coachea from Huntington For and Mt. Merllng. Direct connection at Islington with atagea for lllchmon.,Ky., lJiwrenceburg,Ky., If Catarrh has deatroted your senfe of and Veraaillca, Ky, smell and hearing, Hall' Catarrh Cure will 0. W RENDER, C. L. I1ROWN, HALL ATARRH OU1U2S Canltf-Chro- POKTAKLE that iu it fjr I'ti Hi BOOKWALTER KlVCtTlVIS. SAFE AND DURABLE! j.itTlir. l.Sl.l.ShloI'rlT. lupllrlir, DuraSllllr SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. It Cure nlo ni:nlae ail lUllaMe.We.ia. It la IS EECOailEirDED DY PHYCHIA!;a 75cenU per bottle. Drtiggiata Buperlntcndent. Of ne ral ottlcea, be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. internal)'. Frire. 75 centa. la offered for any case $100 KEW.vni) of Catarrh that can't Taken Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific ana Catarrh of tho Nasal of tho Ccr, Co or Ulcerntlvol Catarrh INTERNALLY, and Throat. It la taken Gen'l I'aia. A Tkt. Agt. hots DIRECTLY upon tho DIooU and Curlngton, Ky, Mucoun Ourfaccs of tho 8rstrm. It I tho host Dlood Purifier In tha WO.ILD, and Is worth ALL that la charsod for It, for THAT clone. DULY PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood Njuvn, 'X'l 1.H1 111IERHAL CURS tS-l- X FOR CATARRH rriiiniB tiibiijIEI Temperance Is not signing a pledge or taking a solemn oath that cannot be kept, because of of the cause the liquor. Thcwaytomake a man temperate is to kill the desire for those dreadful artificial stimulants that carry so many bright intellects to premature graves, and desolation, strife and into so many non-remov- OP ZAUOIl J.V VltAXCE. Whilo in Germany tens of thousauds aro emigrating from want of work, in certain parts of Franco land under culti vation is lying wasto from want of hands to do tho labor. In tho Cote d'Or tho price of manual labor is so execssivo that farm lands, and even, so wo aro assured. vinnvnr.lj nrn for thn time licinrr uncul tivated, so great is tho difficulty of pro- l. . 1..1 mauw, uhuwiu, curmguuyjuuurciti. mi great ropuguanco felt to tho 'work in tho vineyards on account of its InlxfloiiiinosH, and only thoso trained to it from youth upward can skillfully manipulate tho vines. Early and late tho laborers must bo at their ioft, and, as higher pay to bo had iu tho towns, all who can avoid it and prefer handicrafts. Another effect of tho dearuoss and scarcity of manual labor is tho relnotanco of French capl. talists to invest their spare capita in land. Ou tho other hand, houso property in towns is a favorito investment, tho value in rising towns ucreasingoery year. Building ground a few yoirs ago of small worth is now a littlo fortune to its owner", and almost everywhere building is actively going on. SCAUC1TV Woaaf toall I'urtliawra that wpnuarantroanr Ilookaraltcr Knglnca to b wall and aubalantlallf writca Karo liaJ ruadr; loMaal. alninlr, durablaandmrnpltte InWtvnatiuctlon, lu work well and (It ariltha full pow.r E. McnriAy, Jackaon, Mk-lUx.a ly. S'nd'y iWy on the follow inaka the linn nuirantre, and clalmcl wben prnrlr attacbcland nianaKal. Hull' Catarrh Cum ourod Int; Cat&xrh for l rooJItlona Tla will sire Ilia iurrhawrtbe Brat SOdaja alter the arrlaalof the Lnilne to nlft It A.M I'.M M A.M mo. ConsUrrlt worth SiaWa bottle. a lair and aailifarlorx trial; In cat the Kcilno falla tnrt.n.erip to our auarantce. we will late lark the 8 00 8 40 tjy-rlo- lil Cincinnati...-....- .. 4x0 900 ' "t' Lie. tottls. Knjlno, br all DruiiSkla 10 3.1' II 00 rrlund ctcjt dollar ictelred nn the Kualtic. proildnl the purchaaer reiurna Ibe Knglna to bia 0 38 1130 ManiifacturtJ and iSi byFJ CUISiCY CO " Oeorgelown.... 11 noarea railroad ataliun, and leaaea It auhlect to out order bt therlo.e olaald SOdaji' trial, 7 10 12 00 fco 1103 1130 Lexington........ llvnrleton, TOUSbO, OHIO. 11 32 UK I'ertalnljr bo man could a k far a more liberal o8er a id contra' t 736 12 21 " NIcholaaTllle 11 M 12 10 7 67 12 U High HrlJgo I'or aala la Hlauford Lf Pcnnr A McAllitrr. " llarrodiburg Junct'n 12 ua 12 23 8 11 1 10 , DO . .... .... ......-- . VHore Tower Knirlue and Holler " l)anrllie......... 12 20 12 37 8 201 134 . . ... -- . 8S3 143 eH'llnrta Power Kuilne and llolfrr Damllle Junction.. 12 30 12 43 20 00 , I'ower ... . 3.V1 OO ntins and lliller 3 23 bomervet .....m...... Nol3 2 20 tJ-Ilor. . iW 00 l'oetr Ldgmeand lloller Arm 2 8.. Point Uuruilde.... 3 41 Oak Dale Junction... S aO ltllti.il in rare at PnrinsBclJ, Ohio ' 7 3" for further Information and dmcrlidlro pamphlet, aidreaa the manufacturer, lkickwoud ... 7 03 0 0 7 80 . 8 21 2 Spring City V 93 if JA.UKN O., Sprinulltltl, Ohio. a m 8 20..,.. 10 13 ' Dorce. .......... ! 9 43 8 30 .....Jl023 DM. Cbittanooga . ...... Arr. xoEiimoimu, FOR TIT.E MILLION. TUE SlAHUKTUiJ And wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor any Cnao of Cnttrrn It will not Oiirr. WILL CUItU ANV CASK. Ofllco of A. T BTitrinT & Ca'l Cmcioo, III , June 4, lbHU. In cflect Dec. 31. 1832. ilruri. F. J. thtnejit Co., Tolrdo, O. (itntttmrn. I tal. rleasuro la Infcrtnln- - you CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. that I liato uacd llalla t'utarrh C'urv. It luu don't liraltatu to curx.il me Ivai Terr UaJ-n- oii aouTiiuoL'xn. will cure anycuo of Catarrh If takra Not7 Nn 3 No 3 No Yours truly, properlr, F.xn. Nlgt Accom Mall J. II. WauTnEnroan. Lex l.ip Dally and MTATIONS. WOBTII OtO A HOTTU:. Dai Ex. Exp. Railway. Cotton OiiiN, Corn Mills, PEnBf KlevatorM, M Feed MIIIm, XsrcNNCN( liny 5ESva7- Creameries, Cull ' TjutheN, Ac. 1 at The Interior Journal OUIre ami Hcuotm ofllin Ucitlralilo KiikIiii'n In operation. IKviiiviubcr ovry LukIud Iiiih our Biiitruiilfc. Head II t ..... J' i LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Afflicted, Attention GANG'S JIKMEDIES 11V ..... .... .......,. f0 ...... ........ . l.r.rrr.I. families. Itisafoctl Bkown'sJron DlTTl ks, a true M J.,by i.Te. Chattanooga. ' Uojcei Nol6 No C! No 4 No 2 Aoin I'.M. P.M. I'. M. AM 4 00 7 SO i. 10 7 8S .. 6M II 43 10 08; 7 III... " r; ... tonic, made In Ilaltlmorc, the Drown Clumical Company, who are old drug-cH- u particuand In lar reliable, will, by removcraving appetite ot ing the tli drunkard, and by curing ike ntivoittncH, weaknesi, and general 111 health result-l- j hom intemperance, do inei c to promote temperance, in the ttilctest tense then any oilier means now known. " Ilockwood Oak Dale Junction. J " Point llurmlJe... ...... Lex. K'l'J " bomerMt Spring City " ' ' cry 11 Arr. Lre. " The world la filled with the wonderful, leautl. ful and Intricate Intern loot ot man, ret all tbe combined talent and itenlue Ih d the world naa e,. er known haa nerer proilueed anrthlii( that can SSO isa compare wath Itanrllle Junction. . I WI3 3 Medltal Mir. Uann'a ltriiiMllea1" 5 40 2 07 aklll and aelenco Ihth, aa jet, Uili-l to 3 41 Danrllle to dlacuerr 61 3 SSI 2 18 anj thing eiual to tUeiu, wr the cure of the die llarrodaburg Junct'u 1 Sw 6 10 2 31 eaaca fur which High llrldgv ther are reruniineodi.J Aa I heir 834 2 S3 Tlrluee and utta are pralanl bjr lh.iuwi.da Ibruugh-ou- t 2 Of 4M Nleholaailile 70S 3 33 lexlngtou 2 30 sot the length and breodlh ol the laud, and aa 1 733 3 48 btaulardFaiullr dedleliiM, the cai,uol be ex. (leorgetown.. 10 23 6 0i celled, S0t 7 4 Cl'iciuuatl. an' are lull anbetinllutrd bjr the alrong. A.M. cat tealltuoulale ALAUAMA (1P.E4T bOUrilltKN. Couiurup. Couglia, (ul.l.. Croup, Uronehltla, For (00 Chattauouga. ... lion and all Ulw.aeaa ol the Throat and Lungi, 1 J t SIS 733 soo 7 07 MANUFACTUKED Xt. K. OANN, M. V., MONTICELLO, KY. UjRFTHypEDIGREESEEDS on own Hi: TO .IIKHCIIANTS, MKM VH HUWINlWj i !l K iiii 12 10 til SEEDS ForthO MERCHANTonourNowPInn SEEDS For tho MARKET GARDENER For tho niirgnlunB our Fnrwa SEEDS f.rnwn hyPRIVATE FAMILY SEEDS ALU tr llnudaotuu llhutrnled Cnlaloauo und Kurnl Hegl.ler FitTltAlil! I.IHT. I'OR YOfll VAltOH t tU , DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA .. Attalla lllruilngbaui. Tutcalooaa ............. -- Arr. Meridian. Ulrmlngbam . Meridian -- .' L. Tuaralooal. ............... ...j " ....... .m....... .. .. U .ml. I I 3 13 S 33 10 00 SSO Vmu Dr. taitun'ti t'oi(;h .Syrup. won-drous- ly Devote eaoh day to tho object when in time, and tho ovcuing will find something done. It is a well authenticated fact that many medicines, especially ' bi Iters, arc nothing but cheap whiskey vilely concocted (or use in local option countries. Such is not the case with Brown's IkonBitteks. Itisamedi-cine- , a cure for weaknesj r.nd decay in the nervous, muscular, and digestive organs of the body, producing good, rich blood, health and strength. Try one bottle. Price il.OO. Arr. Chattanooga.... VICK8DUUt 14 ' Attalla.. ..l ...... 12 60 ITmo SSO 110 20 9 67 1221 For I.lrrrt'omplalnl.Daticpala Inditloii Jann uii, unatipaiiu, ootir cioiimcu ami an iniioiia IUivaaea, DWARD WILDER'S ' Dr. Uiiiiii'n Liver Cure. a! Li a. Merldlau............. " Foreat. -Arr. " Rrandoo Jackaon. Jack wu Lie. Art. " Delta Arr. Monroe Monroe Lre. ' Delta I.. V1CK8BUUO. HHREVEPOltT AND PACIFIC. ............. ... .....1110 Lie. Vlckiuurg...... ... Vltkl,urg....... .- rauaou................ ' Fornt............ MtrldUu,,. Vlckaburg.... .... ....-.- ... .. AND MIUUDIAN. ... For Itheuinatlim, Heatralgui, tiwrltlna-aneileru- .... I..- .j I .. ... ..... IHoO 2 68 3 63 I 20 btaal applleailoo for manor Krralne, llrulara and Vmo Hi: faiiuu'rt Liniment. Flitula and all I. .. ..-... - ... 1..... ... ... 1041 Forl'ltea, Heuiorrbolda, lkirui, llullar da. awa, 8 0) 11 2 1 44 4 43 Ue Vho Dr. Gaun'H I'llo Oliiliuviil. Ur. Cluim'H IIIUor-SHcOliiluivtil. et Fur Freeh Cula, liurna. Ulcere and Old o'uria, - ...,.... ...... ... ... 112 30 18 80 7 34 Journal. The moekoflt maysubduo the strongest Tub population of tho United States foe, if ho will keep his placo and do his Las Increased 17,000,000 ince tho close duty. of the civil war. .m. 00 A Ilellalla Toole. Arpttlter and Wood Turlflcr, ... .. Arr. Ylckaburg. I. Iter and alao eurea Iijiijwixla. luJIgiillon, Cemplalnt, Malailil Fvreia aud all Iwllodlcal JOHN eCOTT, V. I. and Gen. Man Cln. Sou. Uieciaca. Manufif tur d aud for a4le b Cincinnati, Ohio: K. P. WILriON.O. r. arm R'r, P. A. Lin. Hou, R'y, Cincinnati, tl. II. lULle ttanonEa.Tenn.1 IlllAK.O. P. A, A. II. 8. B'y. J. IIAIIIIV, U P. A. V.A M. It'y, , VUliburg, Bole proprietor, Uontlcello, K. OTAll or d era ,, a. a Aitaa.1 juc r. aicuuiavb, u, r. a. tl buiall will rccelTwpioiupt attention. K'y, Monroe, La. - UrioDr.Caaun'HNIouiiu'li IIIIUth Never falla t Hire Ffer ami Ague, Intermittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Dapepita, Liner Complaint, Indigeition, Celie ami Flu. It will Cuio Coiliteneia. It U a aafo Allarativt audTonlo, nuiild and Delightful Invtgorent for Dalieate Women, a powerful rccupe-runllcr the fraiuo ha Ucn tlehllltatnl and reduced by ilckncu, bji excellent apiottxcr, Blrea tone to llw JIrcbUvo organ, rointa Malaria, liracea up the titcm, atrcngtheng tbe portal olrcuUUon and clear tbe wholo animal tconoiny from Ibo tccda of dlscote. Tho allghtcat attack ol 'ovm may bo a prelude to the wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It whllat U U jtt In Iti couinrnctmcnt, may bo of no value when It U at IU lull development, J'artlcu. larly U thla the nu w Ith irwna around whom tho pntlfcroue Influence ol Malaria Clings In tho form of Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, Painful Spleen, and Weak 8tomach. thla preparation itanda unrivaled, and Ita good For tho ('tiro n all tho aboro lbea and permanent cflrcta aro altettctl by thouaandi, and It la recommended alike by tho ableat medical men and tho mlnlttry. THV IT, all you that aro attUrtcd, and bo (v.UTlnrcd of lt wonderful power and beneficial rfierta. M w. k:. i. x., STOMACH BITTERS I For Sulo in Htunfortl by l'oany & SIoAllMtur.