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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 26, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883012601_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 26, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . VLs Smi-flMtthln, VOLUME s? WALTON. emi Heett (i X.-NUMBER nfefii 2G, MfttlL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY -- 1883. 11G Jnlerior$ournnI Editor and Propnttor WVP. WALTON, v " T.ft. Butlnttt Managtr I'ublliiliril a.U() rllMK Tunntuym nnil JFVti, IM3H A.NNUJf. pajmrnl of tiln serlptloo, eim llomsVe thanin. anl then of da. -" X '' iUti'1 sand stamps In aomlnatlocs not new lir --- rente. : 4 Noimtity There nro about sixty monks in the Gelhsnmano Abboy in Nelson county, Ky. Only two Americans belong to iho Ordor nuo from Sflrna, Ala., ami ,stbe, other from Philadelphia. A re markable'. rule of tho' Order is that bjjjff precludes all female from en Uruig the abbey, save only lhn wife of the ruler ni the Nation. The Abbey owns 1 800 acres of land, half of which is In a'atalo of high cultiva. tiuti. Tho monks continue nt their hours, devotions altout six anil and then thoy march, in silent proce Hero the) ion, to the chapter room. leeetevery morning, and here punish n5mf is meted nut for all oflenses against the rules. Tho Abbot's chair is an elevated throne, ar-- in walking to his seat the Abbot psssca over his own grave. Tho culprit who awaits judgment also stands on this terrible spot. For punishment, somo are deprived of their meals for a day; others are ordered to prostrate themselvss on the floor, while the monks walk over ' tfaeai. When a decision is given the delinquent never murmurs, but immediately sets about its fulfillment. In the dormitory each monk has a cell with walls of heavy conta(ning an iron cot. Tho monk always sleeps with his clothes on. The regular time for rising is never later than 2 o'clock, hut on foait days it is In these cells evo two hours sooner. ry Friday night the monks scourge themselves with a knotted whip of mny lashes in remembrance of the scourging of the Savior. Except by a physician' prescription a monk never taste meat oi any kind, fish, eggs, butter or lard. Their diet is exclusively vegetablo. No stimulants, not even tea, or codec, or tobacco, aro used in any form. From September 14 to Ash Wednesday only one meal a day is allowed. From Easter Sunday until September 14 thoy eat two meals a daily one at 11 and the oth er at 0 o'clock. For seven years those thoso who wish to onter are on trial, and all the hardships are put upon them. They can go away any day during this jeriod if thy doMre, but when tho time of probation ia over they take a fina vow and aro irrevocably sundered from the world. fire-bric- A Philadelphia physician has made a special study ot the' phenomena of death, both through his personal thos of others, and his is that the dissolution is eoaeliHion painless. "I mean," ho explains, it approaches as unconrcioudy aa sleep. 'The soul leaves the world M painlessly at it enter it, Wbaiover be the cause of death, whether In lata raring malady or sudden violence, dissolution cornea either through syncope or asphyxia. Iu tho loiter case, when resulting from diteaso, tho struggle is long protracted and accompanied by all the vbiblu marks of agony which trie iinaginatiuu associates with the closing scene of life. Death doe not trike all the'organ of the body at the same time, and tho lung aro the last to give up the performance of their function. As death approaches the latter ' gradually becomes mure and more oppressed; hence the rattle. Nor i the contact sufficiently perfect to change the black venous in to tho red arterial Mood, an unprepared fluid "consequently issues from tho lungs into the heart, and is thenoo trantniiited to every olher organ ot the body The brain receives it, and its energies np ally pear to bo lulled thereby into tranquil sleep filled with dream which impel the dying to mur mur out the names of the friends and the occupations and recollections of past llfe. San Frauo'uoo has just had its first sleighing in thirty years, as tho result of the only heavy snow storm iu that period. Thousands of youug folk taw mow for the first time iu their live. Sleighs were hurriedly con itruoted, both tor ooasting aud driving. One of the oity's millionaire was soeu in a plain b x. uudnr which were runners muds of planks with the ends roundwl ot!. Thomas E Nrale, LmUvtlls, say: "Brown's Iron Hitters bus cured ran of weak back, general debility aud other disorders." sleep-gener- Think Btfort You Thump, A Smart Dog, attraction in For Drape nela, There is a time in tho lifo of every Coatlvenoaa, Although a woman's greatest powEvery body in Midway knows old Slck Ilemlacli, father when this momentous question er is her tears, few know how to shed "Ned," tho children's dog. He is ono Chronic War- comes up; To spank or not to spank. them. Aside from adding to tho of the smartest dog that we have ever tlKDn, Jnumllcr, Impurity of the Mothers seldom give the subject any muto eloquence of tho eyes, fears en. seen, He formerly belonged to tho Illnod, lVrerand thought, but with generous impetuos hance a woman' beauty and overpow- late Mrs. Margaret Buford, but as Affiip, Miliaria, nnd all Diseases ity drc'ide tho matter in the nflirma-tiv- o er tho giant whom pugilists can only there was no children at her house ho canard lnr lie- whenever occasion calls for quick manage with difficulty. They should came to town nnd took up his abode rang ement of Liver, lloftela and Kldneji. Block, nnd speedy action. Hut to the more bo brief, uot too wet, and by no at Mr. S. N. Rogers'. Ho goes to BrMITOMS OF A DISEASED MVEK. Opora Had ninth. Pain In lh SMe, sometimes the Ir3A.IL,T3H)-- s IIS" methodical and less Impulsive mind of mean bitter. Thoy must rush to tho school with tho children every morn It fell under iht mistaken for :hcumadsm; general Iota Ilowels the philosophically Inclined male pa eyelids, linger liko dew drop!, nnd ing and remains thero all day. When generally cciure. sometimes of appetite.with lax i DriiRH, 9arllBCI!s H'all Piipcr. alternating and hear? I.iqnnrM, ItonliH, G'lifiiilfulH, IiiMlriiiHcntH, rent it is a matter of the gravest im when they do fall tho precipitation they go out to play ho goes too, and is the head la troubled with pain, la dullaccompanied , with considerable lose cf memory, CluarH, 1'llilltN, MHitoiiery, 1'iKkrt with a painful semstion of learlng undone something pnrtance if ho is to supplement moral must lie speedy. To bo cflectivo they quite expert at catching a ball in XllIlHC't'OK, Oils, which ought to hart been done, a slight, dry cough Sottim. Cnlllvrr. attendant, often LlllllpM, I'ciTuiucry, MiKiilite Fire ArniH, suasion with manual demonstrations must be premeditated. A whiu of deed, in a gamo he takes tho place of and flushed face Is sometimes aapatient complains mistaken for consumption, the IVCClllCM. aau aeoutiy, ncrrous, easily startiea or not. Much can bo argued in favor the tearful onion, a fresh inhalation of a child. When the bell rings ho is oi weariness burning , sometimes a pricUy sensation feet cold or Our Jewelry, siiTcrrrnro and ptlcrtt (loods Department Is in ( linrge of Col. of the sun eaists. spirits are low and ccsdoix of the practice If judicinuily oxor pungent smelling salts, a fow grains the first to run into tho school house, Thos. Itlclinrtls, tjiio irlll Itopalr Wntchca and Clocks i'roniptly nnd In the best and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene ficial, summon up cited, it is sure to niako an impres of cpper or a slight irritation of tho and when the classes aro called up to try It yet one can hardly erery remedy fortitude to stjlc. In fact, distrusts Scrcral of the abort symptoms attend the disease, but cases sion, and alter a touching episode of outer corners of the eyes with a mulch recite ho takes his place in lino at the have occurred when but few of them existed, yet after death hat shown the X.lrer to thit nature, a youngster will never sit Lor toothpick will suffice for a copious foot. After the child next above him examinationeitcnalrely deranged. bare been down to meditate, without ieeling ve- flow, and if tho lover, husband or has recited he answers the next quts It ahonld. be need by all persons, old and young:, whenever any of the abore ry vividly the force of tho fatherly father can be cornered the shower will tion by an intelligent bark and bow symptoms appear. admonition. On tho other hand it is have the dciired effect. But avoid a of the head. Should a question bo MKIWJIIAN'X Parsons Traveling or Using In Unsaid that violent measures and the use frown or scowl. Manufacture a feel- missed by the child at the foot of the healthy Locallllea, by talcing a dose occasionally to keep the Liter In healthy action, will atrold of brutal forco are very objectionnl ing of sadneai, hold the breath to get class and passed to the next by the all Malaria, IMllnus attacks. Dirtiness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It to the mind of tho spirited boy, par up color, pout judiciously, incline tho teacher, "Ned" will answer it in his will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no InWishes to Inform his Patrons of tjtsnluiiland vicinity that he hai rrcelred ticularly when applied in a backhand head to nuo ido, droop the body, but peculiar way. Spelliug seems to be toxicating; beverage. ir Tots tiarei eaten anything; hard ot A Splendid Stock of Tall and Winter Goods. oil wuy, and that the hereditary sin of not tho shoulders, use digestion, or frel heatry after meals, or sleep-leaa small, his favorite branch of study, his annight, take a dose and you will be relieved tho youngster U sure to develop much cambric handkerchief swers in that being exceedingly quick style. Satisfaction guarWhich he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s Time and Doctor Dills will be tared faster, if subjected to what ho consid with both hands, taking care to rub and vigorous. Although he turns the anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. by alvray keeping the Itegnlator In the House! ers undignified treatment. Certain it the eye-b- all down and out The ob children down iu his fashion, he never For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can is, that tho very boy, who cares little ject in rubbing out is to have the goes abovo them. He will fight for neveri out of place. The remedr Is liarmlcsa or nothing for the maternal cuffings, tears roll over the cheek. Thero is any of the pupils, as well as teachers, and doe a not Interfere with buslneae or pleasure. will often feel outraged ut tho assurap too much of tho deer sentiment wbeu and could not be induced to stay IT IS nniEtT VKOETAHI.K, And has all the power and efficacy cf Calomel or tion of authority by tho father; and they course down the innocent noso where there aro no children. MidQuinine, without any of the Injunoua after effects. ft would 1m well, therefore, if the lat- in piteous chase. Chicago Herald. way Clipper. A GoTernor'a Testimony. Simmons Liver Regulator has been in use In my ter would use judicious care beforo ho family satisfied The Rev. W. H. Hardman, of valuablefor some time, and I amscience. It Is a addition to the medical Coal Ashes. I find coal ashes to commits himself. Indeed, looking at Gill Shoith, Governor of Ala. used Greenwood, Neb., preached for a Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of Oa., tho recent experience of a North Car- be a very valuable articlo to be Hnving bought out S. II. Bnuglm.au, wo will keep small salary, but managed to save up tsrs Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Rrgulator, and wish to rive It a olina father, it is a much as life is for many purposes (says a correspond ou hand a nice lot of Horses and liuggies, which wo farther trial. held in readiness for 81,000, which he worth to spank somo children. This ent). I have used them for thrco or "The only Thine; that never falls to let ut reasonable rates. Will also hoard Horses Relieve I have used many remedies for Dysfour years on currant bushes for the any promising mercantile investment happy man did chastise his five year pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never by tho day or week. We nro also in that might offer. Ho met a man who have found anything o benefit me to the extent old boy iu the good backhanded, old- - destruction of the currant worm, and Simmons I Jrtr Krgulator has. I sent from Minsaid that he had 88,000 worth of goods nesota to Georgia for It, and would send further for fashioned, puritannical style, where find no necessity for the use of hellesuch a medicine, and would advise all who are simhidden ilarly aSVcted to give It a trial as it seems the only bore or any other poison. They are in a Chicago warehouse, tho upon the outraged youngster set firo thing that never fails to relieve. And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a P. M, Jannit, Minneapolis, Minn. as effective on cucumber vines to keep property of a bankrupt Indiana merto and burned down the parental Dr. T. Mason say From actual chant. These could be bought for 15 perlencc in TV. use of Simmonsa lLiver Regulator ex. liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. the In mansion. Let this bo a warning to oz the striped uug. uui year i useo am satisfied per cent, of their value, it the sale my, practice I Ithavea been and medicine. to use GTANFOKD, ar jx.lv it .inscribe as purgative hasty parents. Hurlington Hawk them on cabbages, filling. the heads Respectfully, Kentucky. full, and had no further trouble with could be kept a secret. The clergyrnly the Genuine, which always eye. ' ppcr the red Z Trade-Mar- k man parted with his money and got a the worms. The cabbage headed well, Admiral t. f . J. II. ZEILI.V CO. bill for the merchandise, but ho Ten of our 58 admirals have died receiving no injury from the ashes. due f ALL DRUCGISTS been able to fiod the goods. within 13 months. They are excellent, Tho ashes aro better if they are sifted has never While a colored man and his famiwell fed gentlemen and commonly, through a fine sieve. It is yet too soon to forecast with having naught else to do,tbey die; and certainty the political complexion ly were engaged in prayer a kettle of James-towAn ingenions rucchauic of patriotically too. It costs the country N. V., has constructed a per- of the Senate after the 3d of March, water fell over and calded tho old a round sum to keep live admVU and fect locomotive, said to be tho small but thero is every probability that the man's wife. The woman rose with 48 of them survive. Tho pay ot an est in the world. The engine is only republicans will have a majority only 'scuffling' alaciity and howled. The admiral is thirteen thousand a year, eight and a half inches long. The by the aid of the Virginia readjustee, old man slowly nroce, and casting on of the nine thousand if pump throws a drop of water per Messrs. Mahone and Riddlebsrgfr. his wife a contemptuous glance, said: on sea duty, or ou shore duty eight stroke. As many as 585 scrows were We have already expressed the opin- "Ain't yer got no moah humiliation STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE ou sea du requried to put the parts together. ion that in that case it would be far den ter holler when I'se handin' up thousand. A ty gets six thousand, and on shoro du- The engine itself weighs a pound and better to leave tho organization of the petitions?" "I doan mean to insult do' II embrace Staple aud Fancy Groceries, Paleut anil Family Flour, Meal, Huron and Lard, Tobacco ami t'lKurti, WooiN ty fivo thousaud dollars a year. We a half and the tender two pounds nnd Senate to tho democrats than to pur Lawd,' yelled the woman, 'but when en. Willow anil Tlnuare, GIiikh aud QiicciiMware. Canned had no admirals till the shabby shod- a half ouqeo. The mechanic was at chase tho of the Virginia a pot oi bilin water falls on me, it GoodH ol all kluds a (specialty. Remember the place, "Tho dy aristocracy seix-- d tho reins of pow- work upon tho locomotive at intervals Senators by such concessions as thoy doan make no difference ef Iso gwine er. This nobility sprang from the for eight years. Now that the thing have been iu the habit of demanding. through de gate obHe New Druselem, Corucr Store." I'so gwine ter squall I Djesyerheah womb ot grand moral ideas and tho is done, ho can't imagine what use it Boston Advertiser. me?" British monarchy having admirals, will be. unless the contractor intends The Blessedest Gift -- Dr. Woods, we? We have no navy to tako the precutnek party on an A man in gaping dUI cted uta jaw. why may not of the Glasgow Times, hss this to fay worth mentioning, but admiral al excursion. A surgeon restored the bone to the about a loving wife : "After all Ih&l tho same. Wo keep thorn as Mcial proper position and nude his charge, now csper in feminine artfulness has been uaid of happiness and lova A which the mau thought too high, and ornaments to swing around tho Presiis tho crfiimed petticoat. This new bkness, the sweet, sunny, loving wife, ix refused to pay. Theaurgeou changed dent, in gilded glory, in gala day uut- guilo to cKch tho suceptible soul is the bleesedest gift that ever came tonus on stato (cessions. We love to the conversation and soon told his of mau is effected by secreting scent- - trora God to man. There ia more ko thorn and all the "retired" gentle powder in the wadding of the sethetio suggestions ot heaven iu ono good, best story. Tho patient laughed so barna men of all sorts and half-p- ay heartily that the bone bscame again A rapturouswriter, .patient, loving woman than there is in under garment cles of all clasnes constituting tho ne- displaced, and tho surgeon resot it afd church spires already a victim no doubt, says: "This all the receiving payment in advauco. fondled legalized American ari'tnera pmfernble to putting that ever pierced the sky, or in all the ter is considered oy. me trutti is, tno "reThe two raonr precious thing on AYooilon perfume nn tho handkerchief, as the pulpit melody that ever escaped the publican" party was organixing all the pleasant oder is more diffused and silvery tongues of thrilling eloquence." this side the grave are our reputation forms and official and social systems and our life. But it is to be lament Cunning ras-esweetly mysterious." of, European monarchies uutil Jay For brevity in the statement of a ed that the most contemptible whimper How well he knows that nothing Hubbell startled tho people by his trapedy, commend us to this para may deprive us of the one, and the about a woman is more than her mysthe work of reformation tery. ei ormities. cranh in the Salt Lake Tribune: "A weakest weapon of tho other. A wise Barnes, ni half begun, or was proposed to be It looks like nonsense for any one party of the name of Russell Lester man, tnoreiore, win no more anxu us tho enactment of tho civil servico bill, went to Vinita, Indian Territory, for to deserve a fair name than to possess Salt, Lime, Cement, Field Soods, Flows and Farming to run off West seeking homes when which is a blunder if uot a crime; but the avowed purpose of killing n man Implements. Call and soo tho gennino Hamilton Plow. it, and this will teach him so to live so mauy inviting locations can be revolutions never go backward, and named Rutledge. The remains of aa not to be afraid to die. There is scarcefound iu Keutucky. tho admirals needn't die. Lester were returned in the baggage-ca- r ly a State in the Union ahead of this A family of Madison, Ohio, nine' of the next train. The best of Careful experiments have proved in point ot health and regularity of teen vears aco. purchased a paper of plan are sometimes thwarted." that corn which is hilled will blow seasons and crops. Not only this, de pins. When a pin was needed it waa down more readily than that which structive storms rarely visit us, nor Gebhardt ia an object of pity rather taken from the paper aud after it bail athas level culture. This can be ac are we often seriously injured by de than of censure. To sit in a box night served its purpose was replaced. If counted for by tho fact that corn roots vastating insect. Tako it all in all, alter night, and gaze approvingly up a pin was lost geueral search was run very near the surface, and when there is no more desirable place to on "Rosalinda" poor acting and worse made until it was found. In this way lsssKcltfSilBsHj hills are made they are confined to the live than Kentucky affords. The legs, is enough to break the spirit of the one paper of pins has kept the small spare covored by the hill; while Guido. any man of taste, no matter how large family supplied for 19 years. while in level culturo tho roots run Rhyme and Reason hy a Bitter his income may be. The newspapers The widow of Joseph Smith, the from one row to the other, thus ena- One. "As red as a rose was my love, ought to chip In and give the young martyr, who was aftor his Mormon bling the corn to stand strong at da- last night yes, red a a rose was she; man a rest. Cin. News. death "sealed" to Brigham Young, is tum intended, and in nn way liable to but, to day, my lovo's as pale and A Missouri bee ralsor has just still living in Salt Like City, vigorbo blown down except by winds of white as the blooms of the apple-tree- . transferred his 1G0 hives to Florida ous and healthy at 79, and an ardent unusual violence. Poor thing, she is pining for me, I that his bees may keep busy all the advocate of the plurality of wives Oue Sunday night we wero sitting think; but the wicked neighbors say winter in that land ot flowers; nnd on system. By the way, all of Brig out in the moonlight, unusually silent, her mother stole in, while ray love the Mississippi there are bee boats that ham's wives remain widows, aud are almost sad. Suddenly some one a was asleep, and stole her pink saucer carry hives up and down that river to constant to his memory. poetio looking mau, with a gentlo, away." In ornamentation and is unequalled. keep pace with the blooming of the A weapon found on a Philadelphia lovely face said, iu a low voice, Next teaiou Barnum will exhibit flowers. THE TLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, burglar consisted ot a canvas bag, 3 "did you ever think of the beautiful iu his street parade, ostriches In harTho cow population of the United inches in diameter and 15 iu length, Adapting the Range to any kind of fuel. The lesuus star teach u?" We gave a ness, girafles and bears. The enterBack 1 made in States is 12,611,1-18- , or about one cow filled with sand, and having a wooden vague, appreciative murmur, but prising manager is willing to parade three sections. At the center burns ont muoh faster than the ends, this piece four people. This only in- handle A blow with it would not some soulless clod said, "no; what is his liou and tigers simply with ool to every and their value is break the skin, like a club, but would can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Ventilated is it?" "How to wink," he answered, lars, aud we are willing he should do clude milk cows, estimated at 8325 500 99G. an average be stunning in itseflect while tho Chamber behind the fire box, which protects the back from intense heat. Burdette, with a sail, sweet smile, so in Chicago. of $27 per head, based upon their pri- blow would not make a noise. The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; tilt the grate and this bit of sarcasm," said Ladles shoulder glove cost about ces in different States "Excuse Catarrh Cure I Utu inlerntll; rake the coals on broiling grate, or an independent fire of charcoal built Hall's Smith to Jones, "but I must say that 810 a pair. They cover the entire "I don't believe it's any use, this It sets directly upon the blosd and Ittnuiu on it, if desired. you are an infamous liar and scoun- form to the shoulder, and nothing ug vaccination," said n Yankee. "I cnus surfaces of tlia system. Price, 76c. Many other convenience are attached to this Stove, which I ask you to drel." "Pardon this bit of irony," Her or more ungraceful was ever con had a child vaccinated and he fell out For sale by Fenny A McAIUter, Stanford. If Catarrh has deatrojtd your nenre of examine befots buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, said Jonos to Smith, as he knocked ceived in the brain of man. of the winder a week after aud got well and hearing. Hill' Catarrh Cure will him over with tho poker. Mrs. W F. McKlnney. Mrs. W. 0. Welch, Mrs. O. H. McKinney, Mrs. S. J. Egotism Is an InGrmtty that perpet- killed!" cure you, 76 centi per bottle. Druggist ll iU Embry, Mrs. Sr, J. B. Owsley and Mrs. O, A. Lackey at to the advantage! John Green, 6th street Louisville, Them aro twenty five copper furna ually grows upon a man, till at last $100 ntWABD in IVnnesseo. which turn out an be cannot bear to thjtik of anything says: "I do not hesitate in endorsing la nflVrrd for sny cue of Calsrrh that can'l the Jewel has over other Stoves. Very respectfully, c annual yield of 2,000,000 pound of hut himself, nor even to suppose that Brown's Irn Bitters as the beat that be cured with Hall's CiUrrb Cure. Tsktn internally. Price, 76 ceuti. I have ever uaod or seen." others do. copper, M'ROBERTS&STAGG Houso Stanford, Ky., Shoulder-blad- H. C. RUPLEY, TAILOR, Stanford, Kentucky, st noft-linis- Mtoi ji Sale t Feeff SiTlj&IBILIlEI! jLJsno HAE1TESS SHOP, will THIS COAL TJaJLK.5 a. t. u jem,: v, eu-ti- re H. C. n, BRIGHT, vice-aum- iral GROOEK, St. Asaph Bloclt, Stanford. rear-admi- ral A. OWSLEY & SON, ik.im:s dizzy-heighte- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- and Willowwnre, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Traces, 1 Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, OPEBA HOUSE BLOCK!. HKW'jjj'iiSl I desire to call your special tention to the which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste Fire i E uTr -- " -- 8TANPOED, Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, ICTT. 20, 1883 EDITOR - January f daily.' tho jury acquitted her, nnd Judge made n nuptial knot tight HXGttXNM IIOIJNJC! and strong. In tho other enso tho stato of nflairs was reversed. It was n fellow who, having been cast off by his sweetheart, tried to tako his life by inhaling the fumes of charcoal. Tho jury acquitted him, because, ns one of tho jurors afterward said, he had had trouble enough. But the woman, Kate Armstrong, who was arraigned Tuesday upon the chargo of For Sale! having tried to hang herself in a police -- ATstation cell, did not put her fate into milcoffee, where he would secure fifty the hands of n jury. She pleaded lions, protecting nobody nnd no Amerinternal reve- guilty, and now nwnits sentence." It ican industry. By an is said thnt tho law has materially renue tax, neutralizing the protection duced the number of attempts. afforded, the sugar crop, of which very The Superior Court has decided little is raised in tho United States, could be made to afford a considerable that tho U. S. Statute, which provides import revenue. By proper selection for the punishment of any person who nnd adjustment very few articles can shall combine to deprive n citizen of be made to yield a tarifl lor revenue tho equal protection of tho laws is unThis Act was was only, not only affording no protection, constitutional. actual prohibition or by passed about ten years ago for the pur but either by MB ! JK mrf means of an equalizing infernal reve- pose mainly of protecting tho blacks iWi nue tax, preventing protection. Tho in tho South against violence and maliVW head is level, and the Courier-Journ- treatment of armed bodies in disguise. the State by Hawkins and not accounted until the third day of the next term of this court. This care i exciting considerable The Supreme Court holds that Con- for. will be wiso to learn of it. The piston of the engine at the interest in the community. The chargo gress has no constitutional power to Paper Coraynny'a Works, Louis- "wihully A week or two ago tho Senate, onnct such a law, for the reasou that and unlawfully administering ville, broke Wednesday and striking the poison lo n person," Is a tery serious one. realizing that it was doing very little, and stopped the it is a matter wholly within tho crimi- cylinder crushed the head The grand jury found an Indictment Wedresolved to change the meeting hour nal jurisdiction of tho State. It is machinery. Damages several thousand nesday against FounUinc Tankersley, acmore from 12 to 11 daily, so ns to give dollars. No one hurt. for the State and not Congress to take cused of poisoning his wife, from Ihe time for work. ItBcems that it wns Jnnsen, the ''resurrectionist," was sen of which she died. Tankersley isnow cognizance of and punish such crimes. tenced yesterday to confinement in the all 'done, however, for effect, for it has If Congress may punish a local offense Washington jail for one year for dragging In jail. Hi case is let for next Tuesday not met at that hour since the adopof this kind, there is nothing to pre- the body of Shaw, hung for the murder of the eighth Jar of the term. A few misdemeanor cases are all that hare yet been tion of the resolution, and Wednesday vent it from making a moro extensive hit sister, from the bosom of mother earth tried. Em Burdett, two cases for assault when tho Vice President appeared he dissecting table of a medical college. usurpation of the criminal jurisdiction to the and battery, wa fined $10 In each; James only Senator Butler in his seat, found The ahtrift of Scott returned 750 white Ramsey, furnishingof the States. In recent years the minor liquor, four when with the utmost gravity ho said, and 1,031 colored delinquents. It Is claim, cases, was fined $50 each; Jas. I! til, Jr., unSupreme Court has rendered many "The Senator from South Carolina decisions whoso effect has been in tho ed that the assessor listed a large number lawfully shooting at another person, was twice nnd some as many as three times. fined $50; will please come to order." He camo, Robert Lawson, for retailing spir direction of centralization. He got 15 cent per bead, which may ac- iluous liquor without offered his cut and dried the Chaplain license, $20 and milk in thecocoanut. Senator Hoar declared moro than count for the great atriogency in the money costs. J. W. Miller and W B. Mason filed prayer, and then Butler moved a call There is certificates of the Garrard County Court as of the Senate. Perhaps the Senators once that ho would retire from the maiket In the blue-gra-s region now, and ENTEPRISE 0R0CERY, life, rather than serve a State the banks can scarcely aupply the means to honesty, probity and good demeanor, were holding back bo as to havo the public with a view of obtaining licenses to pracbusiness over before they got which had disgrced itself by electing necessary to keep business in good shape. tice law. praying . there, and wo are hardly prepared to Benj. Butler as its Governor. Tho The cause of this lathe fact that nil the Bryantsrille. visible funds are said to hare been advanccensure thera. It is the worse kind Senator did not do so, however. He Died, at his mother', Millard. John receipt for whisky. with the ed on warehouse of lip service, so far as the preacher is not only sought At WinCeld, Ky., A. L. Shfnneman, son, of Constimptioo, January 22J, and ws concerned, and as for tho Senators, usual eagerness, but oven was so anx- sheriff of Cowley county, while attempting buried at the Fork Church. Staple Wholesale anil Retail Dealers Mr. Smith Williams "has returned from they do everything but join in the al- ious to get the office that a scandal to arrest a man named Cobb, alias Smith, nod expresses himself ns much was made over tho betrayal of Mr. yesterday, ws shot twice and mortally Texas, leged worship. and Fancy Groeeriei, Qneent-warhi man, pleased with what he saw of that State. Kentucky del- Crapo by his friends. Mr. Hoar did wounded. Shlnneman captured Tun members of the J. C. Bryant went forth smiling nnd I now dying. Cobb killed a O an ware. Candies. think, when ho mado this rash however, and egation, John D. excepted, nre killing not gay, even tho' his march wa to the haltar. Cutler county a few ago. Fruit s.Cigars and statement about quitting public life, constable in whnt little chance our friend, W. O. The death of Paul Qustave Dore, the May he realize his fondest dream of mariwould so soon havo tho alterlobacco. great painter and designer at Paris, is an- tal bliss and his future be as. bright a his Bradley, has for getting the Spanish that he asking for native presented to him of retirement, nounced. He was better known through fair partner. A OROC'RT A WCLLLIOIIT- Mission by signing a paper Harry Alford waa shot Wednesday ed, roomy houie. Everything nest as his appointment. This reminds us of or of marching down to the Vice Pres- his illustration of tb Bible, MillonV while out hunting. He wan receiving a a pin and prices lower than "Paradise Lost," "Tho Wandering Jew," eier. what Senator Williams wrote to a ident's desk and offering his certificate TJapte'a "Inferno," "Don Quixote," and gun through the crack of the fence, when friend here, when petitioned to aid in of office, signed in a bold hand with Tennyson's "Idyl of the King," than anT it accidentally went off, the load passing Don't fall to Htn Ttiem In fiei Work. tho then the name of "Benj. 1'. Butler. securing the other contemporary artist. He was a com- through his left hand, cutting off one ft. Stanford: "You will Post. young man, having been born finger. paratively postmasttr of Ford & Son bought out J. X. Dunn x MAM M. JIU11DETT, Gov. Blackbcn has made anoth in Strausburg, Jan. 10, 1833. scarcely believe it, but a Corporal's Co. and consolidated the stock with their I I ATTOR N EY AT LAW, guard of tho republican elect of your er offer of pardon to any body who I. The prospect for. the passsge of the. own. . n.n n J. R. Taylor ha started a new bus!-ne- s Mt. Vornon, Ky. blank I "nw"T uonueu intension inn uoes not will kill a reporter. Tho town has more influence with the present in the storehouse recently occupied by improve. otiii me menus ti me uiii uuic administration than tho 38 democrat- represents tho terriblo adjective used to get it through after the appropriation Wm. King. He carries a nice slock of Will practice bis profeaaton In Rockcaatl and adjoining counties and In lbs Court of Appeals. We very by the old man, which is surprising bills are dispssed.of. If not passed before dry goods, groceries, drugs, Ac. ic Senators combined." epeciaj auenuon given 10 couecuona. much fear if Mr. Bradley gets the po- since he is now a dyed in tho wool, February 5th next 875,000 gallons of whl-hwill'be forced out of bond, entailing the sition named that he will havo to yard wide christian. But tho best of payment of taxes amounting to $300,000. we us forget ourselves sometimes. makeup with John. White, and This would be disastrous to many holders hardly think the game is worth the The hail of Polk, tho Tennessee! of whisky. Commonwealth. candle. Treasury th'ief, was fixed at $100,000, CASET COUNT. PHARMACISTS PnoCTOit Knott, Phil Thompson-nu- but ho Jiosn't given it that anybody Middlsburg. McMillan, the latter of Tenncs. knows of. The amount seems rather niALKS ix- A postoiBce lias lately been establish see, havo banded together for the pur- small when we take into consideration ed In the southern put of this county and Drugs. Books, Stationery pose of fighting the Tariff bill till the that ho could pay it out of the stolen named "Phil" in JOnor of little Phil QWlfts-zSBmirSS- z hatch and Fnnoy Articles. last day in the evening. They will funds and then have $300,000 to set Thompson. Plijirrhtu' prescriptions accurately compounded. Also first move to put everything not a lux- up in business in Mexico. Mrs. Belle Hogue, wife of O. A. Hogne in this, Sbo leave a hus died on the 17th Inst. ury on the freo list. Failing JKWKM:itN! Col. Thomas L. Jones entertained band and three small children, who have ?TiFTaaaaaaraaaTTraWlaaaaat'-?7Tthey will try them with sundry other mombers of the bench and bar of the sympathy of the entire community. ia tactics, and while they do not expect the Largest Stock of iVatclirt, Glancle Jonea, a young man of TrenKenton and Campbell at his elegant to accomplish all they wish, they will Clocku, Jewelry & Silrerware ton county, Mo , who ha been here several nevertheless help tho consumer some, residence at Newport yesterday. Tho weeks on a visit, returned home last week, Etcr broujiht tolhls msrket Triers Lower lhan boss of entertainers, and Col. is tho lbs Loweat Walcbee, Clocks snd Jewelry IU. ' at least. taking with him lii.i uncle Milton Jones and paired on short notice snd Warranted, will do tho thing handsomely in the family. i W.H Miller and Wm. Mcintosh, La.wi.er had no better seneo Joe Executive Mansion if but oh! that of Dunnville, were here last week on bus! than to play the part of peace maker crooked letter ness. Mr. Jo. Severance, of Stanford, waa between a quarreling husband and Tue-daThe President is credited with say In townIs reported that Sam Ham shot at wife at Paris, Ky., nnd a fatal stab in It his abdomen was the result. He had ing that tho appointment of negroes to J W. McWhorter last week n be wa re IHtJCIIiVI.. evidently overlooked Gay's warning, office has not worked well and that in turning from King Mountain, over Zimtho futuro he would bo moro particu- merman' Narrow Guage It. It. Ham is which says, lar in selecting themes. Just so. A as low a cuss as ever cursed any commu"TIiom who In quarrel Interpol SAVE AND DURABLE! Mutt olten wipe MoJjr mm." negro is good enough to vote, but the nity, and it is now believed that he was one of the party who attempted to rob the store In fact, there is no Engine that equs's It for Trice. Simplicity, Durability ani Reliable Work, It Is Senator McPherson, democrat, oflico holding belongs to white republi- at Grove City last Fall, at the lime McjattTIIKKNtlltiKlo Dries was re elected in New Jersey by a cans. Whorter was shot. ?iarn. t!rt. majority of one. Kenna, at present No, Mr. Yeoman, this Senatorial At the It, It meeting here last Saturrepresenting tho Charleston district district is not composed of Lincoln day speeches were made by Messrs C. II. PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, iu Congress, succeeds Senator Davis and Pulaski, but of Lincoln, Boyle, Rochester, George E Stone, G W.Sweeney, 3aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaNn I E Zimmerman and II. II. McAnloch (tho from West Virginia. Ho is only Garrard and Casey. MuvtN. XalcvatorN Utters' was a "tearing" one.) The right of and is tho youngest man ever elected NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. way waa obtained through several farms, to that body. GiiiM, .The Delaware House refuse to abol and several persona agreed to donate Ilea delivered on the road. Our people are Tin: Drummer says that a man who ish the Whipping Post. Good. will borrow money and novcr pay it The piw In Talmage' church tented anxloua for the road and will do all in their X'rcNNVN, back would steal if he were not a cow- for 817,233 last Tuesday; over $5,000 more power to set it. kaaaaaaVl' RES ard. Exactly and the man who would than lut year. TjutlicN, Crcninci'icN, Mr. Fanule Alexander, alias Smith , take a paper and then refusoto pay for wa arrested at Elizabethtown, for stealing r?tflaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaattftHL. It should bo classed with him, if not a horse In Washington county. DEPARTMENT. set a little lower down. Windotu and Ferry are still on the nt Tho Interior JeuriiHl Ofllro hiiiI hcooho ofliio dcMlrable IIOIIT. It. AV13BT, XMltor. Call KiikIhch I" operation, ltuuiciuucr every JKngluo Boots, Shoes, lints, Caps, &c. to soil In this wny. lle- quito consoling to the frienda ragged edge In their contests for the Sena- It is LANCASTER. and Michigan. Iihh ourRiiHruiitee. Iteuillt: of thoso burned Iu the Nowhall Hotel torshlp of Minnesota niumuiT We say to all iiurcliaws that wsguiraols our Hook waller Eoglntt to la wall soj substantially Those indebted to RIoer & Sweeney Thus. Wilson, of Philadelphia, delih full power nude; l safe, lunle, to work wcllaud site firo that tho authorities of the city erately jumped from the Niagara Falls must come forward and settle nlthln the claimed lowliea irowrly durablsanj complete In construction)above guarantee., and sellthe ttis follow. on attached and mauatfe I We make tht l of a s(ock of floods that we are closing .out, Inz conditions will giro lbs uretiaertlifirst90daysafter tlis srrlrslof lbs Koilnsto glre It This is not the have since appropriated 8C00 for bridge and a carried over the fall. next thlrlT dajrs, either by cash or note. a fair and aatltfactory trial; lu cau I be Logins fulls In cuius rip to our (uaraotce. ws will take back th ladders. It is always well to to a certain wa lather- t'Dglne, relund arjr dollar recalled on Ibo Knglne, prodded tbe purchaser ralurna lbs Engine, to bis The finest Ice of Ihe season It Is now reduced almost but the Largest and most .desirable stock of goods in Stanford. neares railroad station, aud leases It aublwt to our order br lb close ol said SO days' trial. lock the stable after the horse is stolen. ty that full four hundred person weal ed litis week. It wa from three lo four Purchasers will effect a large saving on everything they buy, Wc down to a watery grave with the (learner inches (hick and s solid and clear a lake LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Joun It. McLean, of the Enquirer, Cimbrta, Tower Kniitos aud Boiler .... Bfjio oo Ii. We now live In Ihe blessed anticipawill make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, who Tower Login and tlolfir .... iu seeking other worlds to conquer, Gov Jllackburo baa pardoned Stephen tion of fooling draught, sanrer of ,. SMOO ... esgluand Holler i'owcr Edglnsaod Uoller ,... . stow has taken in the New York World Jett and Clint Hall, of Breathitt county, next Summer. will pay promptly the 1st of January, or when called upon. "' tic, Dellssrtd en cars at HurlnilUld. Ohio For further Information and descrlpllrs piuipblet, address lbs manufacturers, The sheriff of Lvurel countv took He uow has "my two newspapers, both who lulled Win Darldson, near ltoone-vlllDecember 19, 1882. 03 tf JAMKN J,E?F:ia A CO., NprlHgHeltl, Ohio. Bishop, who ! charged with killing Mary Owsley county, Ut August. Tub Cincinnati 2tct wnnls tlio mis lcadine "onlv" lonneil off", nnd tho icntcnco to rcml, "A tarifl for reve mm." Thii would keep the idea of revenue uppermost nnd in its interpro tutton leavo no room for a diflereuco of nninton or a controversy. Tbcro nro two hundred million dollars oi revenue to raise, and it can bo dono in such n way ns to conserve instead of destroy our infant industries. Tho fint duty of a party to tho people is to bo frank, nud tell what it is going to do. tariflfor-revenuonly plank starts the legislator nt onco to obey instructions nud lay his impost for rovenuo only. His first articles would bo tea and TilK new penal code.whlch went Into efTcct in NcwYork on tho 1st, provides that attempts nt suicide be punished with imprisonment ibf one year and a fino of $1,000, and nN.Y. paper gives tho first (rials: "Tho first two resulted surprisingly. In one case n young woman who had been deserted by her lover was tried for attempting to commit suicide with matches steeped in water. But as tho lover opportunely appeared in court and offered marriage, a o - KIgttisH and who ha Confined In Uit The ice tlsclMkll ilitHiTlnr.HriSt.a, In height ami two rullea In length. at this pltce for some time, to London last I U. O. KAOITMAN. Tli Supreme Court decided Hint Mo- Tuesday, where hi case ha been sent uti n A.t rmlxxl;-In- g change of venue from SllockoHt e cunly of lh HtTiil Statutes, tion LANCASTER. KY. cItII rights legislation, I itn for trial Matter Osnimlsalorerflarrard Itrntt Court. Will I practice In all Ihs Ooutts of (Isrrard MI..a- conotllutloti- -l 1EIISOHAI. anghn, of I counties and In thsOnrt of ammIi. snd sdjolnlng It is enough lodrlre an old tnpercmsr Dsntille, wa visiting the family of Mr J to learn that 00,000 gallon of wlilslty were K West, near town, the first of the week (Irnlrojeil by fire In Washington county, Mr. Jas. C. Bryant left Wednesday for nan isn Msataa I 1'cnniylranla, on Monday. . . Ltilngton, where, a per announcement, he Senator Drown, of Georgia, voted with waa married Thursday, Mr, n. A.B. COMPANY, the proloctianlst anil against the demo- Marksbury and danghter, Stella, nro visit-In- g Or IIoitoi), Mass in Stanford. Judge M, J. Parh-n- i nnd crat In tho Senate, to protect iron ore. Ills CrHl, 1100,' W, iiirrlin, tMJ,l SI. Inttl asMr. Jas Dunlap, of Danville, and II. O. set, tl,OM 0W SI. vol kept it off the free Hit. 113-lKIHIT. KI.7(AIHn,ARt,Unrsiirr. Han-lor- d II. m. Httiry Watterson has been tnei and W. II Miller, of Hianford, led in address the Tennessee Legislature have been attending court at this place this upon the ubject of the Tarifl", upon an week.. Themany friends of Capl.T. A. El-ki- n fix aficr February 0. day ho aro urging him lo make tho rare for Snnroan Hxaaat The cenaus gives Kentucky 6,323 Stato Senator, to fill out tho nnexpired . KERTUOKY 10,000,-00- 0 establishments, with term otused by the death of Mr Illnln. LANCASTER, . of capital Invented and 30,500 employ- The name of Mr. R. II. Tomlinson Is nlso mentioned. ed, who are psld .$12,000,000 annually. JOHN T. HHidlNS, PROPRIETOR. Capt. Ralph Sheldon, Kegliter of the The Mnaicilo and Cooking Club was Li ml Office) at Frankfort, hat filed his ro entertained by Mis Leila Price on last A ritlST - CLASS HOTEL port verified br an affidavit and paid to the Friday evening. Owing to n rush of busiInTerrarllcnlr. Tliapstronitsol the imblle Auditor $1,027.76; all amounts due tho ness we were tinsble to allcnd, but gather solicited, snd salls'sellon usrmirJ. Ing from remark of those more fortunate, State. An idea of how fearfully cold it was it must have been an elegant affiir. Miss out wtsldurlng the recent itrere snap can Lell, by her easy, affable manner, made be Imagined, when It is told that two car each one present feel that he or she was at I will tfllorrichssie ray Farm In Tetss fur loadsof cattle froze to death on one of tne home, nnd thus displayed the "att of enter- IniJslnlUrrarxl, Usdlton, Lincoln or HotIs roun. stock trains. taining." The lovers of muaio nnd dancing tin rMi firm Is sIluatM In Tarrant eonnty. Thm, about 12 or It miles South ot lb cllrof A. veteran lobbyist, John Harmon, were gratified to their heatts' content. Hie Fori Won n ami about same Olatane Nona of In Jobntoneounlf. CVintan; confessed, without a blush, yesterday, that Danville Band wa engaged especially for IhaCilr of Cleburne, land, all !HO Acre ol line undsr frnr. wlib a he had been paid $5,000 by a gaa rotnpany the dsnctng music, but Ihe most Interest- rooil Urn upon II and tooi water on clar. II la flmt-raf- r firmloe land arid I. lo defeats bill that It was thought would ing part comes in when we speak of the Htcaicu wr railing cmtiio. ueiDKoa ajirr nllu vll a mna plateau lielwren Iwo nerer falilna streams f water. It la be disadvantageous to It. supper. It ws plain lobe seen that nei- about one mils t'a.l of Ihi surtaxed routs ef lh Kott Worth. At the Kentucky Central Railroad ther time nor mean were spared In the romplsled InAa Ilia llrando IL It., whlrh win t sboit time, and slm aboot S miles election at Covington, the following direc- preparation of it; and we have no doubt Wntolihsll C t iant 'e It Know la operation from Ft Worth to Ualfeaton This farm U In tors were chosen: C. P. Huntington, G. H, but that the guest showed proper sppre- - Ihe nut cotton and wheat raUlns section of North Pendleton, George Bliss, C. Alexander, I). cistion oCIt. It lathe exprrsslon of the ern fexas snd ter drMrable foe soy on wanilng io urm or raias eaiii. Also hart on lbs plaee a S. Cunningham nnd John Kchols. club that the meeting was one of the most small bunch of Short Horn Heifers with call and onsOneHhort Horn Boll, S jesrs old tMiHpiUr. The Auditor has entered suit In the enjoyable it has had. mat I will trad with sim (arming irarJ-rarn- u, Franklin Circuit Court against E. O. HawDotxos IM Coubt. Tho esse of the tha place. 1M1. H9t. .MrllKt. ItU.M'AN, Ky llJ-JJan. 11, Lancaiter, kins, tate Sheriff of Franklin Co., and his Commonwealth ts. Ben Dunn was continbondsmen, for $5,0J1 87, for revenue due ued by tho defendant, upon affidavit filed, Is fcoro at Nisgsu flfi ft ...,. .i.Ujli j lh ji,ji4Aui4jJjJuww.Ay.j;.gujjij iu 'I'ajw y.M llATTOnNBY - t 1nv.luir. r mvimam blsji a imm r19 MANUFACTURERS' Oil PRICE! INSURANCE '7 We Will Sell Everything in our CLOTHING STOCK ATesasFarm ACTUAL MARKET f al Irema-ker-Moo- New MB 80 House; aWe" & k wmw csae$ Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. GEO. D. We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and BURDETT & CO. THIS IS THE TIME. LANCASTER. In-- BRUCE, WARREN & GO. e, GREATCLOiGllT FirtST-CLAS- S Ae-i- r r. SALE. 1 J y Pmy & WAIfete : CHENAULT. d $0mM3$ SEVERACE&CO STANFORD. KY, aaatfc 1 THE Desire to close out their entire stock of goods FOKTAIS1.12 BOOKWALTER SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. 03STOE 3-- Wood And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. Cotton Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Garrard County Ac. JH fV We have S15,000 worth of new and desirable Fall and Winter Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing-tnil-cnt- firo-eMp- . sk-llo- ... e, . ... -- 1.....1.I M.Ia ilu I.... npgunn niiuiiiil ' tiAAAUOtt. " PMSETHl LORD k "" an Uea of it. The r. itn assigned to these cjIIoiiA T Nunneller ami tea tlie Mitch-- Mr. Jaraei Dirlaand Mis Little AI raventng monsters of trade I ft very Jo fly, Th Cfimna and tht Mttlcan Aim The Rink; ell, lie la agent for It. exander were married on tho 20lh ilt Pndiglcui Slit: ill Uttt, Patt and apAciotl on much longer thin wide el I AM compelled to hare all flint la due ntttnt-T- ht lYiiter oott to a "Bull eganlly frescoed and stuccoed, brown upon Mr. Christopher Brown, Jr.and Mlsa right ; and a "Biar Baiting" -- Inttrttting a blue ground, with golhlc windows, and me, and All llioie who one art urgently reJ MelLsa Jane, daughter of W.V. Caldwell, Friday Mornlnfr, or xnt new icrx stock 26, 1883 ucscnpuon January galleries for spectators at either end. These quested to nettle) Immediately. I an llrenl were married yesterday. The bride lis changt -- Rttult of tho Moetingt. . 1 J of foollsnne.1. seen bnt 10 summer. II U Knplaf . 39 S OxroitD St., Brooklyn, N Y 1 are generally occupied and sometimes L. A N. I OCAL TIME CARD. crowded by looker on, who come and gsze Henry Clav Warnawprlh, ofSctota Co January 10th. 1883. A l.i. Passsngrrtrslns North ttoi.M. delited perm knowing themselves In Ohio and Mi Mary K. Lnker of Madlrn thtr tnltriar 1 and wonder and leave to make room for to J T. Harris, for Ice, beef, fiih " " rYiuth t Mr, M I can only write about the thing that others. Juit under the gallery railing are and oyiters, confecllonerlea and hotel Mil, Co,Ky. Were married here yeaterday. cross our little lives, which Indeed, are conlittle flip covering tha numbers of the vaLOCAL HOriCCS. will plea rotne forward and eettta at They walked hither and back. tracted enough, in one sense, though rious members about 1,000 of them and once. Hut Paints) of I'enny A MoAllsler. luanothcr. To go to and from when there la at a certain desk a letter, tel LAND, STOCK AND CROP. New inck of Jewelry end HIlTerware it A connraroNDRHT at Paint Lick aent u th meeting house twice a day; or thrice egram ox other communication, for any A car load of mule for rale. F Fenny A McAliiler'a. description of an elegant reception given by when the I) o'clock A. m. prayer meeting I one; by a curious Instrumental arrangeWatchm, Clock mil Jewelry repaired Mr Alva Pulllna to hia aon, D. C. Pulllna Reld.Stanford, Kv. attended; o visit patient, unable to attend ment, covered with as many knobs as there and warranted uy Penny A McAlNter. For le, 20 head of cattle. W, A. and wife but the report accidentally got the meeting in the afternoon, where bodi are numbers, and duly touched by the Standard Sheet Mimic, Vocal and In Coffey, McKlnney, Ky. atrumenlal, for 10 cent at I'enny A McAl iiiUplaced, The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill ly healing forma put of the aervice; to go proper official, the flap that cover a numliter's. backward and forward In the street-car- s in ber falls and it stands uncovered until the OtonoK and Jrai IUmjt.Y have eatab want to buy wheat and corn. Laiwk stock of Window (Has, nil site. llahed a Newapaper8landat theMeatShop, Light thoroughbred bull calve and attending to daily arising wants; to eat and owner of that number gets his message. Double thick k' for flower pll. I'enny and write; this give lit- Then by another touch the flap covers all iI "pp. St. Aaaph, and will furnlah any A McAlister. one ditto old for sale by S. II and aleep and read tle opportunity tn take moro than a hasty up, until something else come. This is published at publlahera' price. All Baughman, Stanford. I). Klam will tell ht entire lot of cloth of Ins; at and helow cot to make room for the different libraries kept at the aland. Fourteen broke mute and 1 thorough- glimpe the great outside world, which the way members find each other in the In these great cities, seems to be more fearful bla new apring, flock. hubbub, when desiring It. bred bull calf fur sale. R. B. AM P Mn. W IIkowniku, road muter, who "outside" than ever. Right through the centre of the room, Wood, Stanford, Ky. PERSONAL ha ealabli'hrd Stanford a hia headquar One thing aa!n anil again attract the Irngthwise, are 0 ornamented posts, 8 II 15. Maltingly bought f T. II John or 10 tera, tell 11a thatowlng tolhe unfavorable Mm T.T. Da VI km la serlomly ill. rooming eye, both hare and In New York feet high, like those used for gaslights in slot' 21 hed of mule at $110 25 head; Mr It T Mattinolt I on visit to weather, It la not thought that through f B. A B. sign that Invariably inThe great staring streets, only handsomer, on the lop of F A. Spildlng 20 head at $1 12 Iralna wilt be put on to Knoxville before bla father. dicate the placet where Chinese laundries which, certain atooks are advertised that Standard. Dr. J. F. PsrroH la confined to I.I. April lit. -- J W. Guest bought of J K Farria for are located. Intense red bid ground with are on the market To-daon opposite bed with an abaceM of the head. white YkOmi FoLkk's CuNCRRTr: prcmle to E. L Ireal, of New Orleans, a Uuckden glaringeye and tetters seem to suit the Ori atdea of the sliding bjard on No. 1 North Mim Jrfuuic Knott, of Lebanon, li be a jolly affair. The muaic aelected la of filly, 3 taste better than anything end were posted the words: "Erie," year old, for $700 and 10 per cent, ental visiting old frlenda at the College.' else. The "Celestials" work lu cellars, gen "Loans" In staring capitals; No 2. "Loins" tlie beat of ye olden tlmea and the ilngera of the winning for two yean. Mm FLOHCxcsItonT0!e,ofClarcoun themselves, tn the "Cen. Pacific" "Elevated R. R'ds." on No anil ieriorraer are aparing no work to perWixciiMTER Court. Auctioneert re erally, but they Insert fect themaelvei for thlr reepeclive role. tj, la -- lilting relatlrea In thta vicinity. 3 "Louisville A Nashville." "Omaha." ported 660 or 400 cattle on the marke.1. moat eligible place they can find, and MtM HcACncaARD Stiwaht, of Crab The progrmrue li an entertaining one and their whereabout with a pluck that No. 4. "Dsnver A Rio Grande;" "Texas Goad feederi brought 6 to 6 cents; comNew-Uowould do credit to Yankee push and ener Pacific." No 5. "Minouri, Orchard, la the r.att of Mn. T. D. ail who come are promiaed a good time mon 1 to ', work oxen Kantas A $75 to $130; mule gy, ihey rareiy ao anything btsid laun Texas;" "N J. Central." No. 0. "Wa -- Mh. Jame Wray and Homer At the Opera IIoue, Tueaday evening, Jan a few only on sale, $130 to $ 1C0; amall SI. f!0 drying and aeem to thrive at that. There Admllnn 60 cent. lot of good sheep $6 10. One lot of 105 atarted to'BloomlBglon, III , yesterday on great number of them here, and they The battle seemed (0 ruga most fiercely IlAVIMU bought three beef cattle aa good head ol cattle, weighing about 1,050 are btlslnes. cling to their native costume, though occa- around post No. 4 A dense throng of men a thern I In Kentucky at a coit of about pounds, aold privately at $53 per bead. Ln-Ti- c Mtaa Lit Kocnnrtcn it back sionally you will see It mixed with an shouting at the lop of their voices, geitlcu In Cincinnati, the cattle market ia from a visit to her alater Mra. John O. $160 of Mr Willlama we propoae aa we boots. Curious name lattng wildly, holding up their hands in a think the people i.f Stanford and vicinity firm all around at 2 to3( cent for common; American hat or McAU.ter. double like ours, but monosyl- frantic way, pushing, elbowing, tramping are entitled to a good beef aa anywhere, good to choice shipper, 4 to 0; stocker they have Mm F G HiiATtr, of Si Louis, who labic both of them, unlike our. Riding and swaying desperately around a central In been vMling Mra Jatnea I Halley haa to fiirnir.li tbem ai gsod if they will pay and feeder good to extra, 4 to 5. Hogs to and fro In the street-cart- , I jotted down figure, who, bare-headecalm and tablet at pri:e we can aford lo aell at. We will re in fair demand at 005 to 0 80 for selectreturned home. a few of them, aa appearing on aigna on the in hand seemed to be selling. I supposed -en mi Kinu ni orei irom ! 10 lb cenla or ed butchere; good packer 0J to 005, comMm. Ueoroe II. Uitureha been callroute: Wing Sing, Sun Chong, Hop Lee, the madmen about him to be the contestmon 6 to 0 Sheep are in light demand ed to Lanrnter by the illneu f her moth- an average of 8 cent. Furri A Ramaey Chung Kee, Yee Lee, Hop Wan, Ping Kee, ing buyers. At last some conclusicn seemstock sheep 2 to at 3 to Limb -, er Mra K Drown rrponrii nere lliai tue tiuatonville Sam Wan, Lee Kee, Sil Wan, Ham Sing, ed lo be leached, for I heard a franticyell Mim Maiiv HrtovrN and Jame Sever eple art combining with Danville to have sell readily at 4 10 5J Sam Lung, Wan Sing Kotn Wan. Further that seemed to burst from every thioat Alice the enc attended the fureml of Mi X. R. R. i..m the latter researches and a little classification might simultaneously, announcing the fact, whatLINCOLN COUNTT. Severance, at Lebanon Wednesday. point; Imping thereby to get immediately develop a system of patronimic nomencla ever it was. Then the chronic uproar beCrab Orchard. Mtmnt Katb Cockk and Dortch Uur on the line themaelvea. We hope there ia Mia Annie Stewart, of Lexington, wa ture among these interesting foreigners, but gan ousome other point. At the Lake ton, of Bomervllle, Tenn., arrived yesterday nome miatake about thia for aurely thai I have no timo to pursue that branch of Shore post one man yelled in stentorian vieiting hero a fewdaya ago. Eva Cocae at the Col- aection haa not tntlwiy loit ita county on a. ylelt to Ml inquiry. tones that rose above the din of 600 voices, Jaa. F. Canon has been on tlie lick lege. pride t;or la ready to go back on that Perhaps it will interest to write a little "Lake Shore, 14," whatever that meant. li-MiasM An VanAiudai.e and Lucy t for a week, ao has Mis Florence Pence eection which has alwaya atood by her in are held, After repeating thta several times he subBurton are the advertlaing agenta of "Ye ev-r- y James T. Chad wick bought thia week, about the Rink, where service ambition and advancement. be the head- - sided and moved off in apparent disgust, to Old Folkea Concerts" and the are good a combined horse of Mr. Miller of Garrard, which we fondly hope may R. R. MtETis -- Mr. A. R. Uarke for $125. quartern for a pure gospel in all time to another part ol the room. It occurred to onea too. come. Mn, II I Bryant left yesterday for write that the meeting at Liberty lal me that by general consent those around A man by the mme of Hansel, of After Moody held his famous meeting fn him by their silence seemed to nay: "Well, New Mexico, where he goea to Monday waa largely attended and A gieal Rockcaille, haa rented tho corner hotel and Springer, It, it wa turned Into a beer garden, and who cares if it is 14, have it your own accept a dilution with the (toTprnmenl deal of Inlereat in the enterprise manifeat-ed- . moved in. was the deU' headquarter for awhile, un way." One would think that it was a wild After ajcecliei by numeroua gentlemen, land surveyor. Ho li a clever gentleman There wa a social party at the resi Indi- the owner of land along the route donated dence of Mr. Darker, last Monday night til rescued by our friend Dr. Fulton, who scene of drunken revelry at times; what and wa will m sorry to hear that an when it was thrown on the maiket, con the right of way and depot ground, and and still tho"Chr!tmii" continues. with many rushing around bare-headean haa taken nffhla ecalp. ceived the plan of fuming It into a great some with garments not a little disheveled, contribution of money, tiei and other Mr. Cotton, of Danville, came LOCALMATTERSl Peoples Church, where that awful class and here and there groups of two or three items entering into the conatructiona of up thia way a hir daya aince, to aee tils "la M C Drlght'a. Fnrju Ofitert at railroad were made. President i: Zim dy love." Mr. Cotton Is not however aa called "the masses" might be cared for. with arms around each other's necks, talkThwre teemed to bo room for Just such an ing and laughing In a maudlin way. I noMu-S- . II HlUNKSsoldlo J II. Green a merman 01 tnou. u. it. itti. u. it, waa soft a young man a Ids name suggest. enterprise; nnd he threw himself into it ticed one pair particularly, one of whom present and aeemed mticii gratified at the houM and lot In HuMonvlll for f 1,200. Active stera aro being tiken to eatab with all the energy of his loving nature, had the other clasped in close embrace; etitbu'iatm. lish a High School here and a committee encouraged by many past successes both Foil BALK. Three handsome residences. locked over Sitonon No Snow. It ia now said to solicit fund for a building haa ben ap- East and West. Originally the building, with finger their heads the other's spinal WIlotllTery cheap Stanford, IXec. 25, lovingly together, column and that the officii! of (he I- - A N. R. R. have pointed aa follows: R II. Oronangh, John which extends from street to street, and Is first whispering and then laughing immod- 82. W. Craig. changed their mind ai to the magnitude Klmlston, Dr. Pettua, S. E. Mlddleton, perfectly prodigious in botii latitude and Finally the Sltxxnr M.CuLLDM.Goverrorof Illinois of tht rork ahnpa to heealabliahed here and Wm. White, tt King, Thomai White, longitude, cost $127,000 Dr. Fulton pur- - derately. fellow clear oil' embracing party the ground, held lilted his and Senator elect from that Slate, wm born intlead will only build a round-hous- e John F Edmiston, P. T. Pollard. John and chasid it for about $76,000, of which only him a moment with leg dangling, then Wayne county, tlii State. In increase the eipacity of their prrent repair Huchanan. about $20,000 remains unpaid. No special dropped him suddenly with a loud laugh I We were sorry Indeed to Irani that and ran oil" to tackle another victim, fur a further that I IIAVR two American Hewing Machine, ahop. Our information iltfficulty, financially, therefore, aa that little while after lie had another gent in they will not neej near ao much land, nor your Hustonville correspondent had conguaranteed to do good work, which I will amount doe not press and the interest confidential parley. I watched the motions will they expect the subscription of $2,800 cluded to "throw up" the pen and quit the aell cheap for cash or trade. It. K, Wearen. paid is at a low rate. Fifty feet on Van of this animal with a good deal of iuterest. which ha be-- n raised, to be paid to ibem. good work. Hi newsy report wl'l be 1 adjudged him a "ber" of the first class, wa cut Ir YOO want sugar by the barrel or coffee Tlie whole thing seeuii to have bten sadlv missed by the reader of the Interi- derbilt aveuue and Sunday-school-off. for a chapel or Iroui lushuggiug proclivities. lecture-rooAt the by the eack, it will pay you lo get my changed with a change of officers, Mr 4 or Jocrsai. Tlie nnhappy gentleman who presided But as second thought are price. 1 am headquarter for good in DeFuniak' aucccsor not tielieving that said tn be the beat, we hope he may thins: front, convenlcntapirtments for everything over this pandemonium of commerce, was needed running a large church, Pastor's a thin visaged, worn looking man, with quantity. II. C Bright. such extensive building aa lie propoed, again and resume the old work. a study, ladies' parlor, Ac. Ac., were partit head wearily resting on his hand, gazing blankly around, as if the noise disTltE funeral of Mm Alcorn waa pontpon are necessary. Our town and citiiena who UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. toned oO, Including a suite of nice room rather hiui. l'iiiu hair combed over the tracted ed till 3 r. M Wednesday on account ol the made the aubscriptiona in good failh on good lady who attenda to keeping top ot hia head, hut partially concealed the for the Sam. M. Burdttt. Editor. what they thought a reasonable assurance failure of Mr. Prk to arrive till the County Court last Mindav waa thinlv everything in order and who lives in these baldness, and I felt a sort ol pay for him, that they should get what wa promised, train of that day. upper rooms. The superb main audience (which was ot course wasted) because he are not prepared to accept In a very good attended. The weather wa too cold for the air of one thoroughly room remaining, will seat 3.000 easily, and had so much people lo leave home knowing themselves wearied out. "Bulls," you know, in the pirit, the manner In which they have been All rARTtnt the acoustic properties are exceptionally menagerie parlance of the Stock Exchange, Onedaylaat week, Luther Blank, a tu Chenault, Severance A Co, will trifled with. colored foreman on the K C, R. It., wa good for such a large plr.ee. The Old Rink are the fellows that run atoexs up; "Beam" cooler a great favor by aeltllng the aame, down, fur purpose Fooo'h F KliItY- .- One ol the best pleased truck by a falling rock in the south end form is retained for the present, the massive those that run atock aa we desire to clow up cur bueinrm. ia the audience we have seen in many a day r beams spanning the huge uol tho most philanthropic; but that of Tsbler's tunnel, and received injuria way the money ia made by the great "up an excellent performance of the which it ia thought will prove fatal. TltK fellow who went to sleep at the a not ungraceful ap- ptraturs" aa they are catted; Vanderbilt, structure presenting Opera Hous lait night and came near above play by Havlin'a Combination James Sambrook, a white foreman on pearance. When means permit, any form Gould (I of Soiueul the animals are tetj playful ul dropping hia pialol out on the floor ia in a at the Opera lloii-- e last night. The play the K. O R. K , walkrd up on a blast in if and convenience may be substitimes. I saw geullemeu today pelting beautiful ahape for thenext grand jury ia a plealng blending of the grave and gy Jackson's Hide tunnel last Saturday The tuted, So far so good. eacu other with paper wads lu the moat and while and entertaining blat wa discharged just a he reached it, "Iters Is the church, hers la the atc-pl- e, boyish iny, but tnese sportt are only in I am attending lo Mr T T D ivies' bus Open the door and see all the poopls " throughout, sbounda In numerous climax-e- x and he w painfull cut and brul-e- d dulged in oy those who have nothing par by and any perron ineat during hia slckn of a most exciting character. Misa the flying fravments of rock Luckily he But "all the people" is a very small "all " ticuiar un baud at the time. Every man wlaliing to purchase cot or settle an achand a man. book of particuCarrie Stuart in the initial role waa 1 he received no serious injury Thui lar the thing doe not eem to draw, carries in hi Weil count will p!eaecll 01 ins John D.nlJe-ra- r. kuowu "on Change " Ti.e lar pattern, cutest and winning! little "Chip" lmag. though Dr Fulton ia greatly beloved an I Irsgments of page out of thtse books, torn In a difficulty on Skagga' Creek last ,wm. Inoble and fsirly stormed the heart of the Sunday, Dud. McC'lure wa shot and seri hi energy ia untiring. The congregation out when the mem. is no longer needed, cov AM experienced wire stretcher wanted, to audience with her pranks and saying till continue small, though for a while In- - er the whole lioor of the room, and the leu up the trlrrrhone line from Stanlord to She 1 petite and pretty aa a picture and ously wounded bv James Mite. The ball put uieoaity of th litter thus made ia one ol entered in McClure's back and passed out created, now and then, by revival servicr. the first things that attracts the stranger' Iluatontille. Addreaa either Geo. D Wear an actress of dreaded accomplishment, ry through the right lung. The particulars The audiences now are larger than the eyes. now aud then the tide of bat en, Stanford or W R. Willlama, Huiton ileraupporl wa first-ralMia Ida Rod' could not be ascertained. Mize ha not Kink has ever known since It became a tie surges towards this post or that, as the at once. played ''Blanche Norwood" in a moat ttie enterprise ia over exciting game goes on. Ab, me 1 wba been arrested and, It la raid, haa left the church. Whether alyle, while Misa Selma Paxton aa county MrClure pbyiician think he shadowed by closely neighboring old and winning and losing posts are tnese 1 tlx in Not a aingle man hia added hia name t Ho the New York Stock Exchange paper publlahed alee "Martha Itlodgetl" waa (cry funny Indeed to the aubucriplion etablished churches, or whether the radic- many million! have changed bands right will we hope for better luck and The gentleman character well u were where but Monday night the residence of al miitake lie in the numeof the establish arouud every one of these posts since firet trutt by next iauo to litre many more tainrd. Crnmie Unison' "Gerald White" Alfred Redd, colored, ner thia place was raent, "The Centennial Baptist Church," erected. A side apartment, called the name attached. and II W Herman' "Bruce Rawdeu" be destroyed by fire. None of the furniture either of which, in my judgment, const! "Governor's room," I believe, hold a qui crowd, presided over also and deep In Ing especially praiseworthy. W. T. Shee-ba- n wa aavrd lute a burden too great to be borne by an eter Losa about $500. No insur something or other. But to this the geuer Lincolh Mll.u are n.ite making an ex a "Still Bill" waa very laughable, and ance, the hre was aiippoeil to be accii'en infant enterprise designed lo reach "the at public has not access, and ise could ontra jqualily of Hour of ".elected wheat, hia monaayllabic answer never failed to 11, Thia U quite a heavy loaa on Uncle masses." Certain it is that the doctor's ly look through the glass doors and guess which they will hereafter eell at the follow bring down the house The character were Alfred and Aunt Sarah, bla wife, who are movement has been a failure, aa far aa ori what was going on. And day by day this Inir price: Patent Q'iur, an extra quality, goes on with its franhandsomely dreed, one of "Chip's" dresses ginaliy designed. What may yet come out Uuuinercial Bedlam f276; beat family flour $30; low gradea being unusually rich. A nicer gentleman honest, indii'trinua and deserving old col- of it, if a glorious revival should consecrate tic yell and wild ways, and will until the ored peopln. A contribution paper for Millennium dawns and make men uneelf $2; bolted meal &0c; unbolted meal 45c than the buaineiu manager, Mr, Lee Bur- their benefit haa been started and abould tho spat, remains to ba seen. I never ish aud ungrasping. This great Faro Bank, Dran, corn and ahlpatuOa alwaya on hand be signed by everybody. wrought with a man in whose success I am where men lay down and take up millions ton la not on the road and it give ua pleasOrder left at tho mill will be attended to Circuit Uourl closed ua session (Satur more warmly interested than in Dr. Ful- per diem, will never be "pulled" by police ure tn recommend him and the troupe to day night Considerable business waa trans men ol earth, and will never be broken, promptly. amusement lovera every where. They ap acted, and the docket la now cleaner than 11 ton's. We get along splendidly together, until the angels who sever the evil from "A gcnCRIDKR axka "if a peraon fella hia pear at Lancaster where no doubt haa been for year Judge G W. McClure and I feel as free aa when In Clarendon the good do their solemn work. There is land find atock and remorea from the State they will be royally received. They de- haa voluntarily resigned aa Master Com Hall. 11 the way, some may care to simple appropriateness in the beastly names without piyinK hialaxea, la the peraon who serve it and our word for it, the man who raissloncr, and Judge Usley appointed know that this Hall, our preaching place given to tlie.e gambling stock "operations," 11 Fish lo the poaitlon. The ap and He who finally decrees that none shall bought the land wponiible for the tax on falls to attend will miai a treat such as wo .Mr. John in New York on first arrival, la the room "buy or sell" without "hia mark" on "fore pointment waa a good one. Mr. Fish atock and Ida poll tax?" The land of the amaller towna seldom enjoy. It, the popular ana deserving young attorney. wtiere Dr. Tanner fasted his 40 daya out head"and"hand"la "The Beast," pai la bound for the whole tax and if not paid Indite McClura think of emigrating to and defied medical science by eating a water-- ctlltnce, and will rule with an Iron rod in We whoae name are aubcrlbed hereto Missouri in the Spring, but his friends here melon days uol now far oil Wall street will soon the aheriff can proceed to lefj and aell it, and living after it. with an "image o figure under Aiiti-ChriRee General Slatutea, Chap 02, Art. l,Seo agree, one with another, and with the pro hope he will abmdon the idea At there i no church that I belong to the beast" set sjt up in Trinity, standing In last Munuaya uiurirr Journal, J uuge & Nashville jected Cincinnati, Green River g'andArt.S.Beo 14. In an that will turn Pie out for it, I may ai well now as it will then, so gravely at the head M C Hulley,nf Stanford, deltili IU11 road Company, to donate the auma aet ' inlcrrsting wav some pleasant remlnlscen confea that I hare been, aince my last, to a of thu famous stieet. SexATOR IlLAiN. Hon. K Polk John-ao- n, have conopposite our name to procure for the said cea of the Rice-Adaand Willlama- - "bull fight" and a "bear baiting." I prom One hundred and thirty-seve- n LeglaWturr, wrote of Alt. Cirk of the fessed the name of Jmu; 100 anointed and depot Garth Congressional calnpalgna There are IUIIway the tlght-of-wa"not to do ao any more," but I have for bodily dear Courier-Journa- l: Col, lllaln aa follow in the healing. The work or the LORD to ie grounda In Lincoln county, Kentucky, pro- many reader 01 tht paper who took ancon- - "been and gone and done it." What can ia surely If slowly going forward In spile of live nart In the lint named of these The deceaaed gentleman waa owesed ol vided the said Railway la built through testa, and for all these the Judge's letter refer to but that Bedlam of commerce the all opposition. The paperj nre, some of the hlgheat traila of character, and it la not aald county, beginning at or in the Imme- haa an Intereit. It should therefore, by all New York Stock Eichange-wh- ere "bull" them, "down on us," Ihe great Methodist alone after hia death that thia baa been means, be republished In (he Interior ind "bears" do dally congregate ar.d rend organ, The Christian Adwcutt, did me the diate vicinity of Richmond Junction: aaldofhlm. lie waa gentle, kindly, hon- W O successive num letter We didn't knowauch to attack me In Welch $6000 Journal published, the Sunday' aUJ not and tear and horn and hoof one another. honor after Ihe fashion twoour own Apodulic of orable. Though advanced in yeare, he waa had been bers, 60 M C SiuQey F.D of the aulmala all toThere about 1,000 coming to thlaoirice 'lmt$, II not so savsgeiy. air iana, 01 tne tht young tuan'a moat charming couiuan T. P Hill 100. Three colored men. Albert lleeve gether who are turned Into an apirtment Hun, has made th timtnde honorable for tlie ion; pociIng a rare vein of pleaaantrr, 60 Louis Forlner and David Brown, were kill reserved for them, eacli one duty number obooxiou report mentioned in a previous J W Alcorn he waa welcomed everywhere an addition letter, and gave an excellent one in last ed rn M Tabler' contract on the K 0 R 10 J 0 Paxton HIM It to any circle. In the Senate be waa a R. Tuesday by tho exprtxlon of Hercules ed, "according to the number of the beast" Saturday' Isaue. He never meant an at60 W P Walton tlltt if Wall street; the one so great and terrl-li- e. tack in any form, I am happy to say. So powder cartridge. Ihey were thawing In friend of each of hia colleague, the faith60 R C Warrei M blcknjlh' ahop Not one piece of lh we have friend and enemies, as all have I tlilil Five bun lied were present Not a ful aervant of hi conitiltiencr 60. W II Miller ahop waa left standing except the four corn- giving the room a well-fille- d tats appearance. am glad JIC8U8 Is Ihe "friend that sticketh democrat, neither waa he in full accord closer than brother." Ever in Him, er pnata On man. Fortner, who barf few cushion 1 sofa are ranged aiound DEATHS Geo. O. Barnes. with the republican!, but laughingly refercharge of thepiwder.'had both hands blown the room for the benefit of wearied legs, Misa Alice Severance, of Lebanon, nil and hia Ixxlv, badly mangled, wathrowii red to hlmeelfaa "the only well preserved wa hut the great majority of the animal ar UAVId Jirown ALEX. ANDHUBON. pectmen of the whig party remaining In daughter of John Severance, Eq , and llf'T test In Ihn air blown about fifty feet into ltoundstnm the State " Hia official career waa a pure well known here for her many winning creek The blackimith was blown again' in their leg aud in a state ol aucti coo DANVILLK, KY , tantly resiles motion, that a cage In lb aa hta private life, aud a good old man I tralta of character, died lait Monvlay of the aide of tha mill and died in a tew ruin Will prattle In tbs CburU of Boil aod adjoining "Zoo" about feeding time can alone give counties and la lb Court of Appssli. hemorrhage of the lungt, lite. The other were Inalintly killed. gout now that Robert lllaln la dead. 1'j.ttrrret ... tmsmmmmtmmmamam 3 j - tr ...,.,.... J Senator Roltrt Blam By the dispensation cl an Providence our brother, Grand ilobert lllaln, alter a long and piintui affliction, ha been taken from smongtt u hereto re, amidst an hit useintnes. litmlrcd, That in the death of our said brother, society ha Inal one of its shining E. II. BURNSIDE, lights; the church one nf It most steadfast members, and the legislative councils of Woll - Known ourotale one of II wisest and most cnnsrtv. Thia Old alive member. He waa one of God' no Hotol Still Maintains its blest works an honest and honorable man, High Imputation, Heknew not how lo refuse a favorjwas ever AND ready to grant aid to a friend, whether rich or poor, however much it might Inconven- Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country ience htm. By his Odd Fellowship Hotel in the State in its fare, haa sustained an irreparable loss, because Appointments', or Attenhe loved It principle and never faltered tion to Comfort of In the hour of trial and was ever found their Qneiti. battling for a wide spread of the same. 2, That we hereby tender lo bla estimable widow nnd her family our heartfelt Rssruirr. will be eoirsjed to aad from the depot fresofehargs. Special accommodations to sympathy tn the great s miction that ha telAmnerrlalTravrlera. Thenar will h alwara .applied with ths choicest been visited upon them, and that a mark kraada of Llo.ir.rs aad CUara. nf our eleem we wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty day. 3. That the editor of The Interior RY. Journal be requeued lo publish the fore- CHESAPEAKE going resolutions. G II McKlNNt.Y.Chm , 1; W. Hrown. W H Miu.fr, WllKRrAS. e Pt MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. 1 Fropr. and th Hill tr Peter iiamton Kentucky's llouto The only line running East XETf ADTkBTISKKKXTH. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PDLLMAN1NEW 8LEEPINO OARS JUDGE W. O. 1IAN8FOKD la canJlJaU for th democratic nomination for RepreMntstlro la th neit Legislator. to JUDGE T. P. HILL, Jit., In the next Leg lalaturt, aulject to th action ot the damooracy. Is a far undtdits A SOLED TRAIN LonlBTillc. Cinclii nail antl Lex- 'S1UIRE J. H. afUKPirs candtdat to represent Lincoln county tn tht next Legulature, aubjsct to the action of tha Democracy, t la Connecting In ington, uy., "WASHINGTON CITY. unit depot with tut Iralna lor Oldo Folkes' Concerto To ba given In ye Public Hall In y coustrl of Stanlord, Ky., on UNTexv "STorilx.. The Direct Bouto to Lynchburg-- , ville, Norfolk, JCUJUID. town Dan- TOEHDAY MQ1IT, JAN. 30, . All Virginia and North Carolina For ticket snd Inn her Information, srply to your nearest ticket office, or addiess J A MIX f. KKNNT. Oenl. Southwestern Agent, it CORA 6, 3. LYSTE OF YK SINfJEIlS' TX WOMMXa-- .. Lydl HIhdT-r....- .. ....Mn. Bailer HufUnsn Charity DooltlIf........-Mr- . Jsruthn rprif;jtni. .Mrs. Bsugbman 310 W. Main Bt,. Louisville. Kr. . McKlDnay 1 . 1'iuiina . .. . C. W. SMITH, II. W. ri'LLLIt. Oiralsy tttncerlty risyf.tr .. u.u-- t aiiaszer, Ag I. iten'l Kilty hnooks..... Mil., tlortnee Truehrart Ulchmond, VlrglnU. Hope tHlinuiens.. .. MluMlnnlfllMnwIddla Lucy Burton i'enelope Uttlebody..... Ml I'atlence I'ettloglll ... .. Miss Dstiy Burn tide CONDENSED TIME. Mtaa Able VsnAr-dal- e Deuj 14V-.- H . .. .Mra ;.Mn llr Pather At.t!"ra... ........ ....Mr. Myera Mr. Wareo Hrwklsh Jonathan I)oollttlo-..- ... Dr. HaOmtn rarson tMubulru... . ... Robt. Fentel NebiichaJnetiar Hetculcs..... .. .Tom Johnson Obedlah Llgbtfoot . .Walter Owiley a dollar. Yenrlceof sdmlaalon will be one-ba- lf (SO cents). Ye children will bs at half price. Poors open at yt hour of 7 p. u. ..... . YK HRH-fK- Eft IlAlXItOAU LIX. am ' " to " 45 JOS. SKVHICAIVCK, J. Late of Chenault, Severance) with A TRAINS OOINO NORTH. Nor. 2, 188J. Ex. Bun, Lve. Co., Stanlord, Ky., M. ROBINSON Sc CO.. ICY. Importers sod Jobbers ot Vrr Goods, Notions, Ac., 837, S39, Oil Main Street, Cor. Sixth, " " " " ' " Linculer. Ltvlnzaton. nrchsrd. Stanford Uhslby WIIlIimiburg.M... Iinrtnn , lUchmond...m 8 B 50 00 CO tM 9 7 LOUISVILLK FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. ijCDinon., Nsw Haven- -. Arr. Lebanon Junction.... " " I Clty.... Danville Junction. Mltchelliburg 8M 10 IS 10 IJ 10 41 11 (10 1 " " " " " " II M pin Hi " " Cincinnati Junction., Louisville- -. .. TRAINS OOINO 80UTH. Nov i0. IMi. Ja. Because your home, or your goods, or your live stock, or vour other nropertr have not been burnt or iDjured by Are or lightning, Is no guaranty that IheycAifXOTbe. Don't you think, then, that it rouM be prudent to secure Indemnity In csm aueh losa or damage should occur 7 I oner you thia Inat the lowest rales obtainable in any nrat-rbu- a surance Compsny. 1 represent seven and you may your choice. JAO. M. I'HII.IPM. tike 8 00 8 15 " " Arr, " Arr. Lve. Lve. TO THE PUBLIC We will sow pay apcclal attention to Lve. Lancaster Richmond-....- " Wllllimiburg, .. London Stanford...... Crab Orchard.. Livingston W.HMH.H . . Loulavlll..,M 8 85 2 00 2 Si 4 10 ..... 6 20 " 7 20 ' ,2 80 " 5 80 " pin " " m rcTJBTOM OIllIS'IINO.-110- -t w PULLMAN PALACE CABS To Memphis, Little Rocv. Mobile, and New Orleans. We promtso lo give satUfaction, and when dealred will die 1'atenl Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unboiled meal Montgomery, neALI8TKKANAU.EE, Emigrant. toTexis bare thelrcholceoftworouteo: vli Memphis or vli New Orleana. Time much quicker and rates lower than by any other route. Itlsilsothi FINE FARM FOR SALE! of Indians, Iowa, Nebraak a, Colorado, Arkinsss. I offer for aale crlratelv niT excellent little Farm Only on change to Chicago, Bt. Louts and List. In tha wcat cml or Lincoln countoo I For further Informstlon about tickets to the ty, within y, mils of rerton's Well. It is1,; ofs mile from the Mllledxe-lll- o t Stanford plka and Houtb, Ksnsie, Colorado, in.i eo Igrant ratea to Florida, iddrtaa 5 roues irom minium a. uuiioavmopise, is wsn ATM OK K, '. watered. nu good Improremeots.about K la In irias Oen. Pass, ind Tlekit Agt Louisville, Ky. and wheat aud balince for corn next Jfsr. It Is Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., etanford. Ky. vary productive. Any peisoo applying si once M. J. KOUTr, id obtain a bargain. Ifll-2AHUedgevllle, Ky. QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AUD BEST Route to ill polnti In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, err. I. FOR SALE ! Hailng concluded to remove to Texaa. I oiler for ail my Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway. ItCldCMCC lV UtIMlllCHH IlOUftC, Combined In one, Itutted In the town of Crab Orchard, Ky., on Linraiter street. The building I ind con-tustories blah, 83i? two snd ooe-bs- ir la 20x10, In all eight rooma. The atore-roo- m with counters and shelving nlcelyand properly ar- 3?iii:m:ij IneSect Dec. 31, tiaibilii 1882. ft CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. SOUTHBOUND. till, Lit Nol7 No 8 No 3 ranged, with all the outbuildings nrrewary to conKip Mgi Accoin venience and the tsitaot the must fiitldlous, and Lex Lin Dilly sn abundance of pure witer for drinking and STATIONS. D'l Ua.- - Ex. household puiposes.besutlful shade and fruit trees Ex. sdorntng and beautifying tbs sntir pitmlsea, ill S'nd'y in a good and healthy condition. Any on deilr iA.M f.M f. M lug s cheap jet TiluabL residence, amoog 1 clev8 00 8 40 Lve. 4 tO er snd proiperous people, would do well to call 6 38 lUXTllOO " Georgetown and examine the. pieiuliea before, purchasing else1105 1130 " Lexington...... 710 where. Terms reasonable. 11 Sill 63 7 3D ' Mcholaavilla W-- tf JOIIM F. NTRODC High Bridge. 75; Ufii'rllO 12 08.12 25 " llirrodibiin Junct'l 8 11 l'i 20 12 37 8 2C 35 " usnvine.Junction Dinttlle li 30 1'i 43 " Huuitreel ...... Iol 2 20. Acm 2 " I'olnt liuroiia. 11 o Oik Dile Junction.... J .. NTAIVFOIID, KY. Not Mill and I. Eip. D'ij A.M 11 ClnclnniU.. .... 9 00 SJ 12 00 12 24 VIM 1 Stanford Female College. With 11 110 S3 143 8 25 8 41 a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BBANCnES OF A Arr. Lbiitin.asgi " ' bprlog City . Boyc. Uockwood .. . 1U S5 6. I, "7 80 8 24 10 13 .., This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on th 2d Moudsy In September next. ..v. CbsUsnoogi... " llotcev Spring City liuCkWOod W...-M....-.. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Ar taught, aa wall UTJBIO. a .. . - 1023 OKT1IKOUD. Nol6 No 6 No 4 INot Acm I'.M r.M P. M. A M 5 00 4U0 7 so 4 t)45 8 8 10 . Oak Dsls Junction. TUE LANaUAOEO. DHAW INQ AND PAINTINO. ' " ' ' SuuierMt... Danville I'olnt liuruilJ..... . .. ce V.S3 e 15 10 08 7 IT, Lex 6 745 515 7 07 7 S3 luuvlllo Junction. Ilarrodiburg Juncl'n Ueorgvlown.. ita TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price ring from 124 to 150 In tb regular Departments, i'rtmary, l;3; Intermedial 130; frtpsralaiy, 140. and Collrglit, (M. For full particular!, u to Board, Ac. addresa UK. N. V. TKIIKIIKAKT. frlucll.nl, Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Kv, " High bride... NtcboUsvlTle 2 18 I Ov I 10 3 41 1 23 3 31 I 99 411 4 33 Tfi 33 3 40 554 S10 833 in. 12 10 830 158 231 2 07 218 2 63 Islington.... ALABAMA ,. 2tf 23U Arr. Cluclunstl H.. tn 0t 5 sot 6 7i . Si 16 25 713 8 25 733 8 48 C05 ORKVT SOUTHLKN. U.M. .. tioo 12 65 Lve. lbittiuouga........ ... . ... Atlalla TuKalousi Arr. Meridian Ltc. Verldlau " ltlluilcghaiu.... .. .....-.- .,. rU3FtSM0!UL r. w. ATTOHNEYH A.'V LAW, STANFORD, KY Iffltwlu viaxoir. T. V. W WiinCK k. vaaxoM. B. VABNON. stairs. Arr. Chittanooga " TuMiln..,,,,,...,.,,. ll.ruilughuu... ' Altilla . V1CKSDURU ..... .,.,.... -- .. .. .. . . 10 813 8 85 00 . ....., i .. .. .. .. 5 30 67 12 21 2 50 8 30 10 20 12 60 AND MEUIDIAN. tlrandon " Jackson Arr. Vlck.burg M. lEVTON i Lvs. biAnruuu, a. j. Jackson Will practice lu lb Uurti of Lincoln and ad- " llrsndon. Inlog counties and lb euperlor Court and Court " given lo collection. Appeala Pptclal atteullva Mr. Meridian. the on Lancaster Ul A 0.!ej Sou's new bulldlog-- up L". " lortst. Mejiaisn.......... . ... - ....) a x.a.w. . Vlcktburg,...... . . .l .. U .. -I 268 8 65 20 . . 800 Jl0 4t I strl lorl m. .. i.. 1443 . ill 28 t 144 DU. J. Q. OAIU'KNTEH. 8TANFOUD, from J to KENTUCKY H. VICKSBURU. BllliKVEfMltT AND PACIFIC. 1 1110 Lve, Vlckiburg. -- . -! Dlu. .... I M . Arr. Monro- e- ..... 'M LjlU's OSceoter llobt. J)i and 7 to r. M. slor. Offlc bouri Lv. Monro. " Delt Arr.Vlckaburg- - - ,J IJJ0 M LEE Offlc-South V. UUFFMAN, Uu adailniitu! when at x.aav, th Myira lloul. Fur Nitrous Oild aid OrANtUitD, KY. Main BUI, two doors ibov r- qulrd. JOHN bCOTT, V P. andUen. Man Ctn Sou. and K'y,Clnclooatl,Ohloi K. P WILhON.O. P. A. On. Sou. B'y, Clodosall, O., It. COLL BBAN. O. P. A. A. O. H. By. C.ltioor!i.Tenn. IIABDV, O P. A. V. A M. K'y, VIckabuM, - J. Mlsa.t JOE V. McQUIUE.0. P A. V., 8. 4 f, B'y, Monro. La, f SKj.jmnm - V ! Stnu-Mtthl- UMMuttiH n Inleriorjoumal ICY. 26, 1883 A HKREL Attn ABRAHAM LTXOOLX. STAKPOED, Friday Morning, - January roB j.Vii II is ptttticularly irritating to tha Anieritnns to bo told that, alter bo man; Gunerntions tif oecomrlislirtl Anil vigor- mm writers, tho jioctry of Edgar Too Mill remains the moit individual poetla product to which tho United States hnve given birth. This h annoying, ninl thoy csoipo it by ft direct negation-- Mr. Henry Jomos, tho typical literary American, rucn venturing to peako Pijo's ''very valueless verses." (Such inon an Mr. James ask us it wo arc sin coro in prefening theeo light tones of niusio to the intellectual totco anil severity of Bryant, to tho humanity of Longfellow, to tho wit of Holmes and Lowell. To this thcro seems an answer which will hardly latisfy any but Uioso who havo mado poetry their principal study. Thwo will havo perceived that in the history of tho world what Las really preserved the memories of writers of verso has not been Intellectnol force, or the clear expression of love and pity, o'r even wit, but a certain Indefinable felicity of style; a power of saying things as they never were said before, anil so that they can never bo forgotten. It is a very remarkable thing that Edgar Poe, who was not a man of much weight of character, or even originality of intellect, yet happened to possess, to a very high degree, this eitraordinary gift of style! In this no American poet lias so much as approached him, and it is probable that this will preservo his verso, like a roso petal in a drop of glycerine., bound to decay because of its ephemeral and disconnected condition, yet nover actually decaying. Hero in England, whero every unprejudiced thinker must admit that poetry has flourished sinco tho beginning of tho century far mora than in America, Edgar Foe has taken his place, as one of the fashioners of style. Whether his influonce has been altogether beneficial may perhaps bo a matter of reasonable doubt. But his influence is not to bo doubted. Long ago Mr. Tennyson enmo under the sway of his music; Jlr. Matthew Arnold, in tho "New Sirens," and Mr. Bosctti, in xnoro than one piece of structural melody, havo felt it; Mr. Swinburne, thongh ho has eo thoroughly conquered tho notes and mode them his own, would scarcely have begun ns he did without "TJlolumo" and the "Conqueror Worm." But tho English writer who has most closely re sembled Edgar Poo in his mournful and mortuary temper, though ho woro bis ruo with a difference, was the lato Mr. Arthur O'Shaughnessy, whose "Fountain of Tears," and " Barcarolle " threwmore light on the structure- and value of Foe's verses than pages of the cleverest criticism. In France, whero tho cadenco and tho verbal felicity wero lost, tho influence of Poo, which was so strong for a little time, seems to have faded away. Wo do not hear now of tho gentleman who was spending years and years on a translation of " Tho Baven," and whose version was expected by his friends to bo a greater masterpiece than tho origi- nal Baudelaire's beautiful paraphrases and commentaries, in which he managed, whilo retaining the essential characteristics of Poe's work, to intuso a strong quality of his own, will always bo of interest to students of literature. Pall .Vail Gazette. tub Ksatiatt roEts. that account," Tho visitor then assumed n tragio attitude, and, raising his right hand V ward tho statuo, said, with delibcratit and emphasis : "IIo was an infinitely-greate- r man than Gcorgo Washington over was." With his eyes still fixed on tho statuo, and as though his whole soul was in his words, ho continued: "Washington had no difficulty in determining who were his friends and who wero not. His enemies wero prinoipally on the water, on tho other sido ot it, or officers and soldiers sent hero to enforco tho mandates of a tyrant. His friends were his neighbors, who, in addition to their struggles for existenco in a new country, wore oppressed by taxation without representation. Tho lino was clearly drawn from tho beginning. With Lincoln it was different His enemies were in every department of tho Government. They filled tho civil office?, they commanded his skeleton of an army, they trod the docks of his ships, such as they were. Whero they could with impunity bo open, they were bold and outspoken. Where it was policy, they were wily, complaisant and cautious. It required two years, or half his first term, to learn who wero friends and who were enemies; but ho was equal to tho emergency. And through it all a little child could approach him with perfect confidence, but the most wily statesman could not swervo him a hair's breadth from what ho believed to be rightl" That is what I coll eulogy, and if tho author of it was not a thoroughlyreconstructed rebel, I nover expect to see one. Custodian Power. - About two years Ago, Just as I was party of visitors from Uio dismissing door of tho catacomb, a very plain, oking man of midillo ago approached and said ho had coma to sco and learn all ho could aliout tho monument ami Lincoln. I proceeded in my Usual way, when visitors aro murh interested, and completed my explanations on tho terraco in front of tho statu" of tho President, From tho general tearing of tho visitor, I should havo taken him for n Bon of nn original Now EnWhen I loft oft" gland Abolitionist. speaking ho remained and seemed reluctant to tako his eyes from tho statuo After several minutes spent in silent meditation ho astonished mo by paying, substantially : " I was a soldier in tho Confederate ormy, and spent four years tlcing my utmost lo defoatall that Abraham Lincoln was trying to accomplish. IIo succeeded, and I havo no regrets on modest-lo- rxHRttTTKD runtts. Foremost among tho perils of lift, n all its stages, but especially In its early stages, aro tho inherited. Wo may safely ay that no ono is born free from taint of discoso, and wo may almost say with equal certainty that there is no deflna-abl- o disease that does not admit of being called hereditary, unless it bo accidentally produced. To what is known as speciflo disease, tho dlcaso of diseases ; to struma, or scrofula, and its ally, if not tho same, tubercular affections ; to cancer, to rheumatism and gout, and to alcoholic degeneration, tho grand perils of lifo aro mainly due. TIiobo are tho bases of so many diseasos which bear different names; theso to modify diseases which may in themselves bo distinct, that if they wero removed tho dangers would bo reduced toaminimnm. Thoso diseased conditions do not, however, exhaust tho list ot fatal common inheritances. On many occasions for sovoral years past I have observed and maintained tho observation that some diseases, as communicable, infectious or contagious, are also classifiable under this head. I am satisfied that quinsy, diphtheria, scarlet fovcr, nud oven what is called brain fovcr, typnoid, aro often of heridilary character. I havo known a family in which four members havo suffered from diphtheria, a parent having had tho samo affection, and probably a grandparent. I havo known a family in which flvo members have, at various periods, suffered from typhoid, a parent and a grandparent having beon subject to tho samo disease. I havo known a family in which quinsy lias been tho marked family characteristic for torn generations. Those persons have been tho sufferers from tho diseases named, without any obvious contraction of tho diseases, and without having any companions in their sufferings. They were, in fact, predisposed to produco the poisons of Uio disease in their own bodies, as tho cobra is to produce tho poisonous secretion, which, in its case, is a port of its natural organization. Dr. Richard-eoIn lYater's Magazine. n, THE noVHTAMrtOX IXSVRllEOTIOX, IU). Seml-Wock- Tho Southampton insurrection startled tho peoplo of Virginia in tho month of August, 1631. Tho leader wu a slave named Nat Turner. It is said that from childhood ho seemed to havo been the victim of superstition and fanaticism, and to havo grown up in tho belief that ho was destined to accomplish somo great purpose. IIo was austere in life and manners, and impressed his associates with tho conviction that ho was ft of tho Almighty, and that ho wax guided by inspiration from above In his confession ho related that on May 12, 182S, ho had n vMon, and a spirit visitoil him, and commanded him to bo ready at n sign to bo given In tho heavens to riso and slay his cnomles. This sign was to bo tho cclipso in February, 1831, Tho Fourth of July was tho day fixed for tho rising, but ho fell ill, and that timo passed. Tho sign appeared again, he said, and then ho determined to wait no longer. Tho insurrection began on tho night of Aug. 21, by tho massacre of his master, Joseph Travis, and his family. Tumor and lib associates hail agreed that, until thoy could arm and equip themselves and raiso a sufficient forco, neither ago nor sox should bo spared, and this was their conrso. Thoy went from house to house, massacring tho whites, until their nuur? bcrs were increased to over fifty, all mounted and s- ted with guns and swords, axes and bs. Their acts soon aroused tho countr, and tho members of tho gang were attackod and scattered. Turner's associates deserted him, and ho had to conceal himsolf for several weoks; but ho was dbcoverod, captured, tried and executed. It is stated by Wilson white that in this insurrection sixty-on- e persons and more than 100 slaves were killed or executed. pro-ph- A ly GRAND MXBIXA.I0X.IK3.I. Interior Journal And III Oh,MyBack! That's a common expression ami has a world of niesmintf How much is minimal up in it. tsmlttlllr al "?. iV'm' i IUf . II t . - ciiviicn nimcTOR!. s""1 ' " iJSr:? "i- -iot !i Weekly On Courier-Journws mM, ncK.ii. on Cfcomt fr loc Stl.no-l- lt than an-- l pr" ilr- - ntm Onrlrr-Joarna- lor Mill Piling 1.1 (n y..u will rwtlt Ih Jiwr h5 r- -r with tho tha rfprtwntanm nwiPFer rf IN- - Mtiik, and 1H .Mr. I lamllr ttmtly In UlfhlrH llBlW.1 Mlr Tlli wlio l.lrv l. iaNlna 4 plOf'Py "I tlif Mrf. Ix.irtMII in tin M) al thlaolV- Py l. nmrt S.iiwtlnlfn.lmt lllltNTIAN - WiiMhlpbr throntn(lifii i'j hrwitj"' oYlMWit and Tourih rrrarmiiadayi. Hunlay Hchool UtA'i ii7j" m. Baoci uoralag "'"i". nj IMurth SunJij. Mrftlr lfTr tVbool at tinj . Wrl H, Harrow m. M Sunday to XormtMta nt xm ni K' i. lQirnon(nu-nnypuri- n. '&.&" 'M.f - ' lt, alt I !' " W.lnil r 1 r..j luitil, Hnnday r nhta hibwd al t SO. John W '. I'nlon Ilaftr MrotUgon ""! The singular tiling about tain in the buck is occasional by to inUny things. May be cmisetl by kidney disease, liver complaint, consumption, cold, it is, that m 1 a, , an, ga la Thoiiumuargratn art lf. 1UUULU Itirr'n lfnanj um i i t ()Mhr (tFt nervom debility, ftc. Whatever the cause, don't neglect it. Something is wrong and needs prompt attention. No medicine has yet been discovered that will so quickly and surely . cure such disease! Brown's Ikon Bittkus, and it doc3 this by commencing at the foundation, and making the blood pure aud rich. Wm. P. Manhall, of lcn-part- , Indiana, rile : My wife lias for many jeit len troubled from pain In her back and general debility Incident to her ict. She has taken one Mtleof Urawn's Iron Wtten, and I can truthfully uy that the hat been to much benefited it the that the rroiiouuce only remedy of many radi-cine- i lic halticd " CnfcvEfiWE. rrom lit liti.i iiim the iiHr rtiit .eat. II aa rfalilv aa tltr that follow , I moi I" iibUumI laiinJf, r'n iiiMitn rrmaturoM ad amany tlituDrcfHi..it tr iMituiti.tlnn ana lfd Infor otbr fr lth nl r l.r null Tho ixriUOHApin T . .1 at M! I"' i lwr Ini of " la an tliut. alt or will I tol fro l.y mall, K Mly atalnl on rtrl. i f tlr. by ''' J?,,' Ktiil ultra-.I tenrii, GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! nn rruiati'K'I " Imjm Wlii b -klnd.l jriill-Mi- "lit wlnr llrl.iri.. aaallIom ..r Atmi, ri ino . II ll .ilr lli r a, '. ''" liM.i.ilhlo r fto-rg- r iiaaran.tit.lv Thl pri'twrc an a in- t4 .i ii r r h, t i I 'tlt.HlMn II rY am Ml n ! i .(O w II i in t t K .in uf - tr Mill I !", i.nc UI mill I rwotnmrn It to n iv i Ucrm. anttUHnmawMiimn Ih grainia" ! iih mil' warm kittrr Ilia! C I vun ntl Mnt. TrffklwttH. C Manurarturr.1 ! OjTtrr. nt) Ulaltt I t.rii "' iiimih-- " in Ink a"i Aim m if hittr IIhii Mt r rrtiita n an I'uloMn rnty hva Korulf nKI-nl.- rl ly "i"f Pawn rtlllllHl: A CO. ( r.Marttfi, A Mrltirun Afflicted, Attention l)K. (.'ANN'S It KM KIH KM FOil TUB MILLION. MANUrACTlKKlt IIY W K. Cuiob ( OANS. N l MOMTICELLO. Th tomWnol KY. AMESDED rnOTERDS. 'lis an ill wind that blows snow good. A half loaf is better than a wholo loafer. g slander is a Kixasr.urs FELLOW. When Longfellow made his third visit THE WAY TO ItECORATE FLATES, to Great Britain, in 18C8, Charles Kings-le- y Laura 15. M., Kaufman. hear a published a poem of welcome in the great deal about a new fashionable folly Times, which found au echo in all the tho decoration of plates by amateur literary and artistic circles of tho kingartisbt. Ilow is tho thing done, and dom. To show how much ho was adcan you describo what tho decoration mired then wo print the littlo poem as it consists of 1" appeared: We have had several'platos decorated Welcome lo England, thou whoM ttrttat prolong lately by female members of our family. of our flaton song; Toe glorious In one, AmUmdor mil lllgrlm-IitrTho way they do it was after this fash, 1'teth Irom thy home the home of Wellington, ion : They first warmed the plute, then aacnd a. thin omn, lien ttanda On hearth they laid on it several slices ot the The loving elcome Uitt thy nune rommindi ; Hurthi twept for thte uil gtrnlthed 11 a inrlns breast of a turkoy, a second joint, some lljr trailing gartnentt of thy Mute dhlne, cranberries, dressing (without onions), lVct of Stturt end of N'ition, know and a conplo of boiled Irish potatoes. Thy fair Dime tpent the ocean like a Low, Try that sort of decoration, and your Item from the rain that fall Into each life, Ktsd.'td by drrame villi lotclittt fancies rife; friends will appreciate your artistic abilwith prltuutlc d)e Andltnt arch that ity. Texas Slfilw. Miik tlit two orIJ, lie ttyatos lu the iklta. welcome or It is cosier to run in debt than it is to crawl out again. Always judgo a man by his depth instead of his length. No man can afford to put on airs unless he can raise the wind. The wheel of fortune runs slow, because its felloes aro tired. Bank defaulters should bo haunted by tho ghost of a Bank-owIf tho wages of sin is death, how slow sorno men are in collecting their just dues. Few men are aware, they possess a conscience until caught committing a crime. A man neveF swears veugeanco on his neighbor's dog only wheu nis own eon-in- o cannot lick him. Many a man owes hU success in life i.oxa- - to the hisses of his enemies instead of the plaudits of his friends. e. ATTAR OF ROSEg. In tho war plains of Turkey, south of tho Balkan mountains, wholo districts are covered with roso plants, sot in lines about five feet apart, and tended for somo years with tho greatest core. At length, on some fresh, sweet morning of early summer, while tho roses aro yet wet with dow, the tender flowers aro torn off by tho laborers, and cast at once by heaps into huge coppers, thcro to boil for hours in clean rain water. The fra grant steam is carried along a tube, and on cooling becomes a kind of thick rose water. This is boiled up again, and its vapor cooled into a liquid, on tho top of which floats a yellowish, oily scum that is known as " attar of roses." It takes about 4,000 pounds of roses to make ono pound of attar. Once a merchan opened a cupboard in his store, and showed a visitor thirty glass bottles, in which, he said, was SCO, 000 worth of tho precious essence. This quanity must havo taken nearly 4,000,000 pounds of roses in making. But maybe, after all, their fragrance in that form would give pleasure than more and longer-lastincould havo boen given by tho flowers had they been left upon their bushes, where they would havo cheered only tho passer-by- . g UATVX TUOUOIIT, An intimate friend of tho late Bev. Dr. J. B. Wokoley tells, an amusing anecdoto of him, as follows : Tho doctor was a most inimitable delineator, and fond of a good story. IIo related to me, with great glee, how he extricated himself onco from a most awkward dilemma. Preaching in a Hudson river town on a warm summer afternoon to a congregation of farmers mainly, from the text, "If any man draw bock my soul hath no pleasure in him," he inadvertently obsorved, " My brethren, sheep nover fight." Thoso who wero awako looked up at him, and showod by their interest that tho minister had never seen two old rams trying to butt each other's brains out. Tho doctor discovered hb mistake as soon as thoy did, but, not seeing hb way out of it, ho reA. Leading physician? ami clergymen use and recommend Brown's Iron Bitters. It has cured others sufTcring as you are, and it will cure you. wtwlrrnil. iaui-fo- l wrrM lilll- -l with tb and InirlMio leitmlloo. al Man. Jrt all tha laitol an.1 nlm Ih MIwoiH .nn-r- r -J hl.-al """ batkattr " cntiiMir wtlh na Mir llano't dltenter iklllnndaelat-wb.to.hiW for ia mrti of tho llt-raany thing final tu lb- -, At i heir for tthWi they ar rteoHinwl-- 1 ti.ith-ou- t and nte are nraltxl by tltlur and at ttieltngtb and li'eedtk al ik Mtndanl Fawllf 4IMim, tht Mnsat h rtlltj. an are mil Mla(iii-- 4 by Ibo Chronlo and Whooping Cough". Horo Throat 8oro Chcit, CoiiRoatcd Lungs, Inflamod Lungit rnctituoniu. u 14 otiblib. toidn r up. LarynKitiB, irickln, t-- iirtn-chltlEpos-rnotlio. W J II HlMO!, rtatlglieel, t Itittunatl, O ann anllC tl. HALL'S lATARRH 13 HECOMMCTnKD DY hl. e. for Cuujh.. (Viklt, Croup, HtaMbllM (Vniuwp-tlo- n and all itteamu ot lb Tbrwal and Lino, (JE nrfgiriAl. nla OO EAHTJ l!nu iiuiirt rough Siruji. lllMtl-- ti Jann for IJttrCVHiltln',rfHil IV lr. wo rsoin ii i VIA LOUISVILLE & J Ire. Coottilkni, autif Woati.tb end all Ulliuui ClUirrh of t.eaiet, c Dr. (aiiiiii'n I.Uit t'urr. fr Dr. 1iiiiiiV I.liiltiK'iil. lMaotrbe.lt. llorn.. Fltlol dh-tt- oi isjan 1 1 3 For KbtonialUut. N, otalgia. Seialite, Ht.ltraan.1 DorlMega-aneattrimanor Ml appUeatlwa teatt Vno Cjtlty-Chronna o.itarrh of tho Car. Ljia or and Tnroat. it i taken ue-- j c ft OTLV upon IhnDi t J tho Sictsm. IIjcoj CurMcos of PuilfiCf Ii It $ tno rot blooo tl WO LD, untl ItwonM AtL thct I oi rseKj far It.for THAT Blcna. Haeal tha ouiuoo Tor I'llra. oed all ci? r!1 DAILY TRAINS 3 iltnllar -t. rvvx run ;!AKiixrr m mum nt Ju ltrt Ca I I IThc for Louisville to Cincinimti! Dr. (.'miiiN rile Oliiiinciii. oi.a, offer Oro Hundred Dollnm He any Oiite.. U will el Zza. ci an Krrab CuU, Ihirna, Uicera and t H A SEVERE CASK OF absent-minde- 3. "I bede-ro- ll d i DRIXK1X0 WATER. No sensible person neod bo told that pure water is as essential to good health as pure air, and wo can not bo too careful of that part of this most necessary article of domestic economy to bo used in cooking and f fr drinking. Water Las on immense absorbing capacity, and tho colder it is the greater the facility with which it takes up impure gases. An open vessel of water will render the air of a room purer, but tho water itself will, in ft few hours, be rendered totally unfit for use by reason of tho fact that most all tho carbonic-aci- d gas and am monia, tho result of respired guies, is taken up by it. Ilenco, water for cooking or drinking should, if kept iusido, bo in tightly-covervessels. Whero veil or cistern water is used tho better plan is to keep tho drinking pail on tha outaide. Cortaiu it is tint no prudent housewife, knotting thesofucts, will use water that has stood uncovered, for any length of tiuio, in au occupied room. Wheu studying cleanliness aud vewtil lou do not forgot the important adjunct to comfort and health pure water. ed frooress ix Aaiciciu.TVitn. The Committee on Agriculture, U whom had been intrusted tho query from Indiana : " Are we advancing in agriculture?" reported that thoy had spent seven weeks iu investigating tha matter, and wero quite ready to mum or in the aflirmativo. Among other instances of progress iu agriculture might bo mentioned that of hoeing corn. A dozen years ago the plan was to lean the hoe against a stump iu tho field and go off fishing. It is now done by giving a chattel mortgago on throe steers and hiring a neighbor to do tho work. Ten years ago turnips wero heaped up in tho barn or cellar and supposed to bo food for only cows and calves. they aro carefully wrapped in tissue paper, laid in bureau drawers and aro con. sidercd a Ut diet for even a Senator. and When wined off with a scraped with a butcher knife, they furnish a very bracing and enervating diet. To-da- y dish-cloth d young It is related of an lady that, having been duly married) sho started off on her bridal tour. Tho party stopped at a hotel in a Western city. So for, good. Sometime in tho night there como a succession of terrified shrieks from tho room occupied by tho bndo and groom, and the clerk, porters and employers generally rushed up stairs, only to moot a frantic female figure, clad all in white, fleeing in desperate hasto from her apartment, crying ; " Oh, there's a man in my room I " Tho clerk rushed in and found the groom, half disrobed, standing in tho middle of tho floor, ono boot on and tho other in his hand, the picture of amaze ment. Ho explained that he had just como up stain and was in tho act of undressing (his wife having previously re. tired), when sho suddenly awoke with a shriek and fled. " What was the matter? " asked tho clerk. " Damllno," replied the husband. Just then the bride, enveloped in a hugo bed spread, procured for her by a 1e.tri ' F J -- Ienrrfthjatum peated his statement with greater emTHE EaST AND NOUT1I. Dr. Oiiuii'h Itlllir-Stuv- t i..k i.t Ur phasis. Those of his audience who were Fro Parlor Cmra an.1 Niw Day Ooacht Without .vat I I a't ud ltall (luna Cure. II la Olnfiiifiil. Oon t tieltaleto Chaogo. awako nudged their stooping brethren, . T,wtltirt.lrurwnyraaof tiUrrtilf taken I'mb l)r.C.iuiiiH.Moiiiiuli UIIUtm pruptr t. Yt r truly. 1 who, on opening their eyes, looked i DAILY TRAINS .l IIW1 rurlfler, A KellaW Toole. Antlir ATOHTII BIO A MOTTIX. about to bco what had happened. This lci.llgr.llon. Iter and ale curee II h4 r HtmuT.Jtk'B,r:i ' Catarrh Cur cured Cuni.tiut, M.Iailil hettra and all greatly embarrassed tho doctor, and ho LaOtiiMVille IIM 't Dlteatrt Mauufactur d ttfl fot aalo br lerltw"tbtioW,l'Ottl. now sadly puzzled. He ventured, was AND TUB WEST. Dm- - at at 1 rto rer bflttU. I k: GAasriT, 2A. X). t ft- - ' r all with still greater emphasb, tort peat tho toping Cut and Day OMtbto to 81. LouU Withrtirltor,TOUU)0,OUia y 6ITAII ordert Hole proprietor MonlKVIo out Change. statement, "My brethren, sheep never I'or nloln Bitot rd by rny a MeAUtter br toll elllrrteltepioiuptalte'tlon St fight," when lnckily he saw hb way out, DAILY TRAINS 2 and doubling his fist struck it into tho Louisville to IndlanupoIlK, Chicago, palm of tho other hand, adding, with AND THE NUKTIl gennind unction, "except thoyflrst draw Tbrougb ItMlloloK Cbalr rNINj5ifT'5gA-tB- t In Harper's Day Ctachta and Without tht.,e. Car a back." Editor's Drawer, Maaazlac. I'tiltnitrl-plilM- , FOfthO MFliftH -- NTon our NewPInn for Wualiinctoit, lUltlmurr, Ata York null llotoli, For tho MARKET GARDENER show that tho peoplo of this Statistics FAMILT For tho PRIVATE p" our -- w rt Bl HouU, aa country consume about four and one-ha- lf Tbli la Ibo ViryChangtoT Train. You llato Hu Crown by oursolvos pounds of cheese per capita, while lllaalrmird CaUlugne and ltnral Urglaler FI(i:C TO AIJU Hate Tkroogh Hay CoUoa All frala.l the peoplo ot England consume about VH YOl'lt llt'HI.MWS CAIIDH VOU TltAIIH LIST. .1IUUCIIANTS. fourteen pounds per capita annually. IUre No Midutgbt Change I DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA Tho argument that cheese b not a wholeArrive at fcl. i Hoara la Adtaace Iof r some article ot food, it would seem, Ulr Ll a, tbfftby atiudug uoro lluio flitt ckolca uaMoscbangoorcaiaaulgtltlDg would not hold good in tho light of this -iStS o!alalntariofconntlDg lit". fact, as Uio agricultural classes of England, who ore largo consumers of S ,ToIiidlanaiioll and Chicago, and the only ..- w....m cheese, aro among the most robust and tlDO glTlug tt liwu. tbo ihorr ol Lakt Michigan. healthy peoplo ot tho world. t'e OCV of A " BrrtrarT i, L KtOiu. L.I . 'Vi , T'trdo, O av c.bc to St. louiH Hti-rpt- la. . b-- -- w. M-- ll LnllUEiLl no M SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS SEEDS P THE- rl'ly to A Geiuiax manufacturer has succeedKorTlcktU. lUtet, Tlwe. Mr. or ed in producing serviceable face masks Tlrltet Agrula ' f Cniuierlliia; I.liir. addrora tor tho protection of metal and K.f. HMUH N Kouthtrn Pataenger A St.. of mica, 8 K t'r. 4lh and Main Na..Uulatllle,Ky. glass melters, stone masons and other Or, to J. I. HILL, lltnl. tinlgraut AKt., Ubanoo, Keolutly, workmen oxposed to heat, dust and nox- W. W I'KABODY, W- B bllAnUC. (ien'l rata. Agt, Oftt'l buptrlnteudeut, ious vapors. Theso masks allow the Clnclomll, 0M3. eyes to bo turned in any direction, and there b space enough for spectacles, in GENTRAL H. case tho eyesight u defective, KENTUGKY - NTERIOR HBpBr-- JOURNAL M If U - t aP I. chambermaid, came back, looking very red and foolish, and in half a minuto she PTiilninnil tho mvnterr liv nnvlnir "Oh, Fred, 1 forgot I was married. and whon I awoko I was so frightened." OF METALS. The Lcadvillo Index gives the commercial value per pound ot rare and common metals, as follows: Indium, 2,(320; vanadium, 82,620; ruthinium, $1,400 ; rhodium. 8700; palladium, $C53; voralum, 8570.68; osinlum, $325.23; iridum, $317.44; gold, $301.40; platthallium, $115.20; inum, $108.77; chromium, $58; maguesium, $50.50; Ktasoium, $23; silver, 818.25; cobalt, $7.75; cadmium, $0; bismuth, $2.63; sodium, $2.60; fickle, $150; mercury, 42 cents; autimony, 14 cents; tin, 22 cents; copper, 20 cents; arseuio, 10 wain ; zinc, G cents; lead, C cents; iron, COMMERCIAL VALVE hogodruiitlong A DltovK of tlilrty-flv- o and deep of a barrel of sirup kimmings, scar Uuena Vista, Qa., aud inofow hours every big and littlo jwker was drunk as u lord. They cut up all manner of didoes, and, finally, tho whole gaug got weak in the knees and dropped off to deep. Progress hod been mado in plowing, dragging, reaping and many other particulars, uud tho committeo felt safo in saying that tho time was not far distant whuii a farmer could sit in an iu n lager beer saloon and raiso sixty Iiumr'Ih of wheat to tho acre. Proceed, itnj of the Lime Kiln Club. arm-chair 3 In Wyoming, whero woman suffrage is established, a man and lib wife ran for the same office, but on different tickets, Tho husband was elected. TUB AC1IEMIXO ELEl'UAXTS. at r -- THE MOST DKUIKABLEHOUTE T- OP. T. Barnum gives thb anecdote inn temperance lecture: "Last winter two '1 of my elephants began shaking with And derldedly tlie Popular Bout, aUordliig. at It chills one morning. The keepers ran doc. Ilia cbaugoaand auierlor aceonimodaliooito down to the villago and got six gallons Misiouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, Hastily returning, three of whisky. Wtet. fad, If you gallons wero given to each elephant. Tb Korlh, Sorlhet aod direction,Iuyour luUrett wmunuplat atrip many . Fortunately it cured them. They liked will he vj iiuriMa.iHa. "" C and Cincinnati. JTral a oacb w.y ;j Pull tho artificial warmth it superinduced. man Palaro aiaj fcl gaot New lT Coaibe. and h.ndtoiurly furultbed Uecliulog Cba Ir Next morning when tho keeper camo to tho unniualid euuununle of ibla Old Car ;forni llellabK, a trip oiar them he found loth elephants shaking Ibereby making a pltaaur. tbli llut on ol Iry it. and comfort No you don't,' with might and main. TIUK TABLE, ih EPbEOT DfcC. II. ho shouted, 'you aro woll enough tortu.t. l Ko.g. stopped shaking." So. day,' aad they HOUTU. g a u ISOpuil lOOpu Lte, Cotlogton.. u Mi hi I 1(1 p ml 1 18pm i. ffuiouth. Tnif English Gen. Douglas thinks 10 'Ui " Cynlnlau IuHiu b W pi Ul 10 C8 itu IU II SO a m 1 U u England will livo in a stato of perpetual " Tarlt. 33 p Ul Utopia 12 19 p " irr. Uiloiuu.. scare, va bad as it sho was at war, if tho I.t. Uatngtou .... i a u w 7 SO p in 11 jo pu g p iu 11 10 till v I Wlncnrtler channel tunnel b over made, and warns Arr. alt Hlerllug . a ui p " 20 p Ul II 41 au 00 w 7 II l u Aahland tho bravo Briton against boring a holo I Ttl am .'.. i UI I ' Uiitillnilon.- - 8 undor lho eca that nature has given him ' Mo. I. I b'o. b No. 3. nKTU la a safeguard. UunllDgtun Le. Aihlau- ... tmiiii 7 18 a ui J"Youxo man, wo cat all tho rind Ml Burling. It U. Id ft 80 a ui VI Jl p to ft 10 a ui ' Wluehtittr keeper to a a boarding-housArr. Ltaluguiu .... I l p m IIOIIL 9 15 pm 41 a Id li urder who was taking off tho outel Lte. Uiloawo.w '2 00 p is 7 S3 a ui 1 65 pin pu ui 1 Part. ll 11 a ui 4. "J a in Cyntbltna.... portion ot a pioco ot checso. "Al INia 10 a ui ft 2ft put a v ui 11 64 a ui fttS piu ii y'aluioutb.... tho boarder, "I'm cut- Arr. Cotington . r.ght," replied 6 11 p Ul ting thb off for you." MAYnVlLLK U1V1BHIM Mo. Lt. Islington A pui Arr Mtjttllltl lopoi a,lllKI,UU 4tlaH Nu 10' MiiatllleCOUIiu. The Duko ot Westminster has au iftaut Marttllla " i'arla 20aui. Leilogtou g aftjim ot ten thousand dollars a day from fo.il MaallllS' Ho. W" ground rents alone. Clli KKAX1I -- L -- x luau-llou- 1. OU IBIPP" STL?a3uA.3M:JOB PmNTIN& OFFICE. Printing iu kinds Is Pioparod -- !;' o.IttCvJBHHHHlHHHHBgni f - ol Stylo and to do all at City Figures. Try of tho Best ub. OA '" a o EDWARD WILDER'S ic Ftrtr and Ago, leltrmitltnl Ftv.r, Dumb Agua, Dyippil, Utir tur full! CompUtal, Indigettten, Clio and Flui. II Will lino Coiluin.ii. It It a talo Alltratit an4 Tank a uiild at d DaltgMful lotigoriat for Dtlietl Worn., a powerful recupe-Ttafter Ibfi (innio baa Uen ilcbllltated and ivduced by ilckncn, an excellent tppttlxcr, give tout to llio dlgi lUm orun, .rt euU Mtltrii, brace up Ilia ayitem, atrcDgthoot tho portal circulation aud Kara the uholu nulmal economy fioni tho iceiltol (IImik. The lllghteat attack ot fom may bo a pre lu Jo to the wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It whilst It , may bo of no valuo when It b at Its full dtTtlopmeut. ParticuI yet In IU commence-men!larly UlliU tho cn with person, around whom the rwaU'croua Influence ol Mil.rla clings la the form ol Dumb Chill. Brow Ago, Painful Spl.m, and VVak Slemi.h. Fur the fure of all the abort IlJces this rrtraUon Hand, unrlralcd, and Its good and permanent cUVcl aro atteatcd by Uiouaud., and It If recommended alike by tho abletl nitMlcal mm and the uilnlitry , and be con.lnced ot Its wonderful power and bencfl-cls- l TrtY IT, all you that are affllcti-d- tit' 111 tree now borders Tub tuoalyptu manv of tho roods and avenues crossing I lie lU'iuun Ciiinpugua, and, wherever planttd by tho monks, it I'M driven off j malar a and fever. ii-- ni.n Mn.,. .' ....u..ki.....n Tax highest perfection ot reason b to .balalla. tV.Va aud BetllolrgCbafr K.Carlo a. C. a. bicieualy at ttatlgna ou know that there b an infinity ot truth il.tr. Iw.lt Klf.0. Ho. a run. dally, Mtept So. Bundayi hat through cchti Hun Iniiton. beyoud its reach. 4runJallr,xceplbundyi baa tbrougb ooacb.j u HI. Mtillngtrid parlor car lo Uaiiviil. No. Waablog-todallyi baa ebgiutday Benob Laukinaua, th6 owner ot a Hvrornisr is tho homogo vice pays to run Pullman hlerper fnm coach trow HllaauJ Kanawb Cuban citato, who sees tho approaching viituo. cue from Using ou to Clnilunill. Only run dally, etpt Ibree ilo Wo. I aud extinction ot slavery, thinks that the and bat tbrougb coatbn from lluotlnguin No mstter how tlisiured the artlem my connection at Uiloglon lilrtel audUt MillingUUbmoiid,Ky., Uwrrucoburg.Ky., n large estates will bo broken into small be from txemee of any kind, the Grest with alagr fur aod Vtraalllct, ICy holdings, and that a national bank will Invlgorslor will wcure health and 0. L UKOWH W. BENUEB. furnish assistance to tenants who may For sale by O. euprlotcDdtnt. See advertisement. tito'i I'ait. A Tkt. At. (icnerat eatoti, CutUgluo, Ky, wish to become proprietors. lVuny & McAlisttr, Stanford. Bun-di(let-we- No Btuntdally and bit dtyroachia U.I It frouiCln- to k,BI. n. effcrts. STOMACH BITTERS! Fur rdulo lit Htimfora ly I'omiy & MOAllntor.