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Semi-weekly interior journal: January 30, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883013001_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 30, 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. 'J fi -f- -t-H ' X.-NUM- Sena t Heeklii mlm&t Imtfiial (ilO. mistaken, Bolla," Mary, "though I had not doubted tho fact for a moment until I saw you nt tho window n littlo whilo ago." "Did you notico tho lady particularly?" "No; hut let tho matter pass, dear. No doubt I was mistaken. It is worrying you moro than I could havo imagined." v Bella looked at her friend for some moments in a strango way; then giving a low, suppressed, wailing cry, bent forward and laid her faco upon her bosom, sobbing and shuddering in such wild turbulence of feeling that her friend lccamo actually alarmed. "You havo frightened mof'said tho young wife, lifting her head at last, as her excitement died away. "Ah, Mary, it I should lose my husband's lovot would kill mo I" "Then, Bella, answered her friend, "eo to it that you neglect none of tho means required for keeping it. If you would continuo to bo loved, you must not grow unlovoly. Tho charms that won your husband must not bo folded up and kept for holiday occssions aud then nut on for other eves than his You must keep them ever displayed before him; nay, put on new attrao tious. h not tho husband even dear er than tho lover, and his heart better worth tho holding? Look back, my dear friend, over tho brief moons that havo waxed anil waned sitico you were a brido. Put yourself on trial and tnko impartial testimony. How has it been? Has your temper been sweet as when you sat leaning together in tho Bummer twilights, talking of the future? Havo you been as studious to please as then? ns careful of his feelings? as regardful of his tastes? Do you adorn yourself for Itii eyes now as when you dressed for his coming then? As a wife, aro you as replied VO'L'Uir'E BGR STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JANUARY fascination. Hho put on every charm in her power to summon; whilo the foolish wife wai hilling hrr's away, and taking no pains to hold dominion in tho heart sho had won, nnd now iu danger of losing. Five minutos tho companion of his rido appeared to his fancy so charming in comparison with his wife, that ho felt no plcastiro at tho thought of meeting ono who, sinco their marriage, had seemed to grow every day less aud less attractive But now, Bella was his queen of hearts again! "Are you really dressed to receive me, darling?" ho said as ho kissed her again, and drew his arm lovingly about her waist. "Yes, for you. Could a truo wifo wish to look lovelier to other eyes than her husband's?" "I should think not," ho answered. She understood in tho words more than he meant to convey. in everything Thero was a roso-tin- t ifl' Bella's homo that evening. From tho cold, husband, Harry was transformed to the warm, nttentive lover. How many times, as she turned her eyes upon him, did she catch a look of tender admiration or loving pride! "What has mado you so charming to night?" ho raid, as ho kissed her onco more. "You look as pure and sweet as a lily." "IiOvo for my husband," sho an swered, and then a tear, in which joy's sunlight mado a rainbow, stole out from tho drooping laihes and lay a crystal drop on her check. She made no confession of her thoughtless neglect of tho means by which hearts are held in thrall to lovo, though her husband half guessed at tho fact that something had awakened her to tho truth. On the next afternoon Harry rode out again; hut the lady was his wife. He was never afterward in danger of being run away from faithful love; for Bella grew in his eyes more attractive and charming every day. And thus sho stved him, in his younger and less stablo years, from being drawn aside from tho right way, and both herself and him from tho years of wretched ness. Simple Faett About Bricks. 30, 1883. Talk to the Children. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 117. "I was probably Vt, P. WALTON, R.IhALTON. t Editor and Proprietor Business Manager el ml i'lilitlnhfil Turmtnu H'-J.I- l'rllnwt IJ3It ANNUM. vI'Ihm lon't nd stamp, In psymtnt of subscription, eiccpt to imtit r, lunge, and IIimi of denomination not (iter hrr rents. SWEETHEARTS AND WIVES. lovablo ns when you were a maiden? Love iii not h chnmelcon to feed on air, ami change in every lino of con ililion; it must hnve substantial food. Deprive it of tliii and it languishes and dies. And now dear, I havo warned you. Meet your, huiband, when he returns home this evening, looking ns lovely as when he camo to you in your father's house, attracted as the bee to the flower, and note the manner in which his faco will bright en up. Did he kiss vou when he camo homo yesterday?" The face of Bella flushed a little. "Husbands soon loso their inclination for kissing," she answered. "If tho wifo remains as attractive as tho maiden, nov.erl" "Oh, you don't kuow anything about it," said Bella. "Wait until you aro married." "What?" After her friend left, the young wife "A peculiar untidiness that I nover weut to her room and had a good cry. observed in tho sweetheart." Bella glanced down quickly at her Then shu commenced doing as her soiled and rumpled dress. friend had suggested. Refreshed by a "My negligence," she said, with a bath, sho attired herself in a white little, short laugh. wrapper, with a delicalo bluo belt 1 A sober, half clUcontentciI fnco nt the winilow.n bright fnco in ihostrcct Tho window is thrown open, nnil n nillo goes from tho bright faco to tho ohcr ono, giving it n now am! pleas-antaspect. Uoth faces are young that af tho window tho youngoat Yet tho window almost childlike. lac is tho fnco 'of a wife.and tho street fnco that of a maiden, "fancy froo." "How strangely I was decoived, Bcllnl" laid tho lady in tho street. , Mary? What "Decoivedl do you mean? Uutcomoin. You'ro just tho one I wish to sco." "I was auro I saw you not ten min utes ago, riding out with Harry," said tho young friend, ai they met and embraced at tho door. 'Oh, dear nol I haven't been out ridtug with Harry for a mouth." 'Indeed I How'a that ? I can remember when you rodo out together almost every afternoon." "Yes; but that was taforc our mar riage," repliod tho young wife, In a voice that made her friend look into her faco narrowly. "Tho husband has Ies timo for recreation than the lover. Ho must give more thought for business," remarked her friend. Thlllltlo wifo tossed her head and shrugged her shoulders in a doubtful way, saying: "I don't know alraut tho Imsinrsi; but lovers nud huiband aro a differ ont sjKjjies of the genu homo. The explanation lies somewhere in this direction, I presume" That speech "Ah, Bella, Delia doesn't couio with n musical sound Irom your lips," remarked the friend, smiling, yet serious. "Truth is not always melodious,' said Bella. "Howis ittosweethuartsaudwives?" asked tho friend. "Do they belong to tho samoclasa?" Tho question appeared to reach the young wifo's cars with a suggcst'ivo Uer faco was a littlo changEd force. as she answered: "Do you seo anything peculiar about mo?" "Yes," was answered. er Children hunger perpetually for now ideas. They will learn with plcasuro from the lips of parents what they deem drudgery to learn from books; and even if they havo tho misfortuno to bo deprived of many educational advantages, with such instruction thoy We will grow up intelligent people. sometimes sco parents who aro tho lifo of every company which they enter, dull, silent aud uninteresting at homo among their children. If thoy havo not the mental activity and mental stores sufficient for both, let them first uso what they have tor their own households. A silent homo is a dull placo for young people a placo from which thoy will escape if they can. How much useful information, and what uacouscious but excellent mental training in lively, social argument! Cultivate to the utmost the art of conversation at homo. . Tho Norwich Bulletin tells of nn old bachelor in Voluntown, Conn., who has now lived to tho ago of nearly three scoro years and has never known an hour's sickness, has never indulged in the use of ten, coffee or liquors of any kind, has never u;ed tobacco in any form, cats no cuke, pie, custards or candy, takes but two meals a day Uses of the Lemon. and these of tho plainest kind, and to Lemon corrects biliousness. cap the climax, has never walked a Prevents chilblains. rod with a woman since ho has reached Cleanses tho hands and nails. even boyhood's age. Cures warts, destroys dandruff. A young ladies' debating society, nt Is a specific against worms and skin Hartford, recently "Iieiolved, That a complaints. spoken declaration of lovo is more forLemonade ia a good and safe drink cible and acccptiblo than a written in sickness or health. one. Whitens and softens the skin when Do you know what a second marused daily instead of soap. riage is like? It is like pouring hot Neuralgia may bo cured by rubwater ou tea leaves that have been bing tho affected parts with lemon. once used. It is suggested that rubbing the A little child of seven or eight said gums daily with lemon juice keeps that when tho Bible speaks of "chilthem healthy. Mixed with strong black tea or cof- dren's children," it must mean dolls. one-halth Tho Carpenter's and JhtUder'i Jour' nal gives tho following facts. An nv crago day's work for a bricklayer is 1,500 bricks on outsldoand insido walls; on facings and angles and fin. ishing around wood or stono work, not moro than half of this number can bo laid. To find tho number of bricks in a wall, first find tho number of squaro feet of surface, and then multiply by 7 for a 1 inch wall, by 21 for a 12 inch wall and by 14 for an 8 inch wall, by 28 for a 16 inch wall. For staining bricks red, melt ono ounco of gluo in ono gallon of water; add a piece of alum tho sizo of an f pound of Venetian egg, then red and ono pound of Spanish brown. Try tho color on tho bricks beforo using, and change light or dark with the red or brown, using a yellow- - mineral for bud. For coloring black, heat to a fluid state, and moder ately heat true surfaco bricks and dip them. Or mako a hot mixturo ot linseed oil and asphalt; heat the bricks and dip them. Tar and asphalt aro also used for the same purpose. It is important that the bricks bo sufficiently hot nnd bo held in tho mixturo to absorb tho color to tho depth of of an inch. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, DBAIiKIlH IN DrtiKM, Stanford, Ky., Wince, I.lnuorH, C'iuarn, ToIihccox, Mimlral IiiHiriiiueiitw, I'ot-kr- t ClH'inlralN, 1'atiitH, OHh, Lamps), Wall Paper. Ilnokx, Slalloiiery, NnapH. Perfumery, Fire Anne, Ciiitirry, Machine Our Jewelry, Silverware nnd ptlral Goods Department Is In Charge of Col. Thou. Richards, who will Itcpalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best style. Needle. H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, bu received MERCHANT TAI1.4HI, Wishes to Inform bit Pstroni of Stanford and TlclDltr that he Fall and Winter Goods, style. Satisfaction guarWhich he guarantees to mako up in first-clas- s anteed, or no sale. Cutting' and Repairing neatly and promptly done. Mif HABBSS i .AJSTID - Sate i Ft ell SITIAIBIlflCEl! SHOP. Having bought out S. IF. Bauglmiaii, wc will keep on hand a nice lot of Horses and Uuggies, which wc will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. Wc arc also in liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. NUN ATEIiIdBir, 8TASfr?t?oV. Respectfully, THE- COAL TKuAOE., And will swap for all kinds of Peed. Hope to receive a Don't, fair ladies, neglect these per sonal attractions because you are married. The charms that won are just The bo as potent to retain affection. ginnings of nllicnations often lio just here; nnd many a neglected wifo lias lost her husband's heart because sho ceased to look lovely in his eyes. It isn't in tho heart of man to love a "So I should think! Now, shall I draw your picture?" "Yes. ifivou havo an artist's fan- 4 cj.-- r Here itis: Hair lustreless and untidy; skin dull for want of action nud feeling: wrapper in better condi tion for tho wash tuband ironing table than as a garment for tho fair person of a young wife; no collar nor orna menu of any kind, and a countenauco well, I cin't givo that as I saw it a little whilo ago, at the window; but I am sure it wasn't tho faco to charm a lover. Perhaps it might sun a husband; but I havo my doubts." Bella felt tho reproof of her friond, ai was evident by tho spots that be gan to burn ou her cheeks. "You wouldn't havo mo dress as for a party every day ?" sho said. "Oh, no But I'd have you neat and sweet as a young wife should always be; that is, if sho' cares for the fond eyes of her husband. I verily Hurry that I saw ridtug Iwliovo out a littlo whilo ago." Bella throw a quick, startled look upon her friend, who already half her closing sentence. "Why did you say that? What did you mean ?" sho asked. "I o; ly said it to plague you," answered tho friend. "To plague me I" There was au expression in Bella's face that had nover been seou there before. Her eyes had grown suddenly of a darker shade and were eager and questioning. Her lips lay closer together; there were Hues on her forehead. You aro really iu earnest, Mary, about seeing Harry out with a lady this aftornoon," sho said in a voice and with a look that revealed fully her stato of mind. The color had left her faco aud her heart shook in her t 1 voice. Her bidr, rich brown, was as glossy as tho wing of a bird, and ombed back from tho temples just enough to show their delicate oitting. Two rosebuds nestled above and iu front of ouo of her pearl tinted ears. She did look lovely. Harry was a half hour later than usual coming homo. Bella was sit ting iu tho parlor when he came in, waiting for Iii return with uuow feeling iu her heart a feeling of blended hope aud fear; fear lest he was uctu ally becoming estranged from her, and a trembling hopo to win him back again. His step was not very light. Sho noticed that; for her ear had be come newly sensitive Ho had caught a glimpdo of her though tho window, nnd knowing, thereforo, that sho was in tho parlor, came to tho door aud stood there. "Bless me!" ho exclaimed, after a moment, "how charming you look!" Aud ho came forward with a pleased stnilo on his face, anil taking Iter hand bent down nud kissed her tenderly. "Blooming as n rose," ho added, holding Iter away from him, aud gazing at her admiringly. How her heart did beat with new delight! "Dressed for company?" There was just a shade of ooolness in Harry's voico as ho suggested tho probable reason for hor singularly improved appearance. "Yes' replied Bella. "Who?" "My husbandl" Thoro was a ten iu her voico. dcr heart-flutteHarry was a littlo puziled, but greatly pleased. It was truo that ho had beon riding out that afternoon with a lady a haudiome, attractive woman, who was throwing arouud Ills weak, almost boyish spirit, a syren's arouud her waist. r i dowdy, careless, fretful, unloving wo Tho husband bargains for man. something very different from this and if lie finds himself deceived, will assuredly repent of his bargain. So look to it, young wives, that you lose A Warning to Mr. Gebrardt. not, through carelessness or neglect, Atlanta Conititution: If Mr. Freddy a single charm. Gebhardt will refer to the files of the New York Evening Tost, he will disThe Latest Pariah Game in Lab. cover that he is about to enter that amir the latest parlor game at Lmr fervid land, where the glittering results atnie, Wyoming territory: The girls of capital do not stand in the way of sit in one loom in a row, with a chair the shot gun and the revolver. Wo in front of each one. The young men mention this, because it is currently are stationed in another room and are reported that Mr. Gebhardt recently brought in ono by one. When he mado some unfriendly advances to a cnmci in tho youth choose his chair St. Louis reporter. In tho land of the and tho young lady behind him blinds orange, the climo of tho sun, were the his eyes with a hankerchief. Then songs of the birds to melody run, the the black cook comes in, kisses him, reporters are primed for tins sort of aud dinuppoara. The young mau is fun. 'Tis the beautiful land where released, feeling much refreshed and gushes are gashed, and mashers are elated, aud promptly retires to tho most everlasting mashed. other end of tho room. His feelings Mr. Blest was 80 and Miss Runuion when tho next young man conies iu was 18 He proposed and she consent novel entertainand ii treated to this ment can bo imagined, but they aro ed, with tho proviso that he should mitigated by tho pleasure ot seeing tho take her to the adjacent village of By other fellows undergoing tho experi- ron, Wis., to buy a toilet outfit. Ho ment. gladly did this, though she made shop Of tho 1,43887000 inhabitants ping very costly to him. When all on tho earth about 850 000,000 aro the purchases had been packed in three idolaters, 170,000,000 Mohammedans trunks and sent to tho railroad station, of tho she had them checked for Chicago inand Jows, ruakiug of tho earth who either stead of home, and went away with population know nothing of Jesus or aro opposed them, leaving her aged lover to fiud to Him. Of thoso who are called out that she had mado u fool of him. Christians only 100,000,000 are nomWyoming News. Six years ago a inally Protestants and only 120,000,-00- 0 mau came to Wyoming, from New are membors of the Protestant England and started in tho cattle bus churches. Thero aro over 100 Prot iness, ou tho Laramie plains, with one estaut missionary societies,- and over solitary Texas steor aud a good, serv 2,600 ordained European aud Ameri- iceable brandiucr iron. He now has ca u missionaries engaged in foreign over GOO head of stock, tho multiplied mission work, assisted by over GOO Who increaeo of that one critter. lay missionaries aud 1,000 juvenilo says there is uo money in the stock native missionaries, with over Boomerang. busiucss? preachers, tcaohors aud helpers and wo wo seo n tightly-laceWhen about 070,000 nutive communicants. man trying to enjoy a good laugh with It is said we have never tried the a smile on her mouth aud tears iu her experiment that when ouo is hurled eyes, wo think of the dosr old hymn, into tho air by tho bitrsttug of a boiler which begius "Lat joy beuncouftued." ho thiuks of all (bo evil ho has com mitted iu a long life. If this be true, There is a man iu ludiauu who takes thero are some men in this couutry 32 newspapers, and you might as well who would have to stay up about three try to ride a whirlwind on a sidesaddle as to attempt to impose on that months in order to do this subject man. two-third- s d As Sidney Smith says, it is a vast deal better for a man to be an everyweak one. Rov. Whaugdoodlo Baxter, of the day christian than a Hall's OUrrli Cure In taken internal! Austin Blue Light tabernacle, called at tho house of Jim Webster, one of It nets directly upon the blosd and the mu- his flock, to make n pastoral visit. cou aurfac of the system. Price, 76c. Stanford. For ale by Frnnj A McAli-tc- r, Mrs. Webster was at homo, hut not If Catarrh has deotrojed jour Mnse of desiring to furnish Whnngdoodle with until and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will the osual square meal, of which he cure Ton. 76 cents per bottle. Druggists .was iu pursuit, hid behind a curtain sell it. 5100 REWARD and told her littlo boy to tell the cler Is oflered for any case of Catarrh that can't gyman that sho was not at home. In be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken hiding behind the curtain, however, internally Price, 75 cents. she unkuowingly left her feet exposed to view. "Is your mudder in V "No, sab, sho am done gone out walkin'." "When sho comes home tell her I say -- STANKOM). KY. do next time sho cocs out walkin sho should take her feet wid her, as dey W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. am mighty useful in walkin' any disSlie of Stage, 20x50. EUht comnletesets of Scentance." ery testlng capacity. Including gallery. (00. fee, it is said to le good for intermittent fever; taken hot with sugar. H. C. BRIGHT 3 St. Asaph Block, Stanford. STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It embraces Staple aud Fancy Grocerien, Patent nnd Family Flour, 9Ival, Bacon aud Lard, Tobacco and Clgara, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, Glass and QiieciiHwarc. Canned Goods of all kinds a specially. Itemcuibcr (lie place, "The Corner Store." GROCER. OPERA HOUSE, A. OWSLEY & SON, -- lmiLEKK IX- - Iteasonsble 1 rstes to good attractlone. Addrna abOTe. H " CELEBRATED ?M-k I Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, TToodon and Willowwaro, Glass- J. Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Barnes, Traces, - Salt, Limo, Cement, Field Seeds, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and soo tho genuine- Hamilton Plow. o:f:e:eo.a. HOUSE block:. I desire to call &it"Fers JloiU Iter's Stomach Uitttrs glvri ittoill-nrt- a in tlio mnra, Induce u healthy, nat-uri- A How ol bile, ireeiiti coiittliiatlon without unduly- purging the lioweln, gently ttlmuUitrt tho circulation and by promoting u vigorous condition, or the th)s-le- al a)itrm. promote, nlio, Unit chrcrlul-nra- a which Is thetruent Indication of a writ, bulnnci-- condition ofnll the iintmil pouera, t'ur halo by all Drupal.ti nnd lHulcri gcut rally. your special attention to the LW NE RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! In ornamentation and is unequalled. which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste made in I Iuto recently opened In Itlcliruond a ltrgs aud compute I lanliiK Mill, and am prepared to furuhh erery ilud nf BUILDERS' MATERIAL! U'callievboardliiR, Flooring, three teotiont. As the center burns ont much faster than the ends, this piece THE FLUES ARE EXTRA LARGE, Adapting tho Range to any kind of fuel. The Fire Back is Door, NiinIi, IllludH, I.hIIih, can be replaced without the expense of the entire back. Vontilatod Nialf Chamber behind the Are box, which protect j the back from intense heat. NhlnxIcH. MouldiiiKK, wajH, tic. The Broiling facilities are superior to any other Stove; Jilt the grate and Aa I Mil it prices iub as the abora articles can l rako the coals on broiling grae, or an independent fire of charcoal built Louiaf Hie, i lociDum, or oiurt liouiiht desired-Manhouses, I aui sure can make It to joui adI am on it, if vantage to pilionlro home Institution,. also a prsctltnl other conveniences are attached to this Stove, which I ask you to examine before buying. I also refer you to Mrs. Dr. T. B. Montgomery, Mrs. W.F. McKinney, Mrs. W. O. Welch, Mrs.O. H. McKinney, Mrs. S. J. And am prepared to furultb designs and e.tluutet Embry, Mrs. Dr. J. B. Owsley and Mrs. Q. A. Lackey as to the advantages for buildings end all kluJ.of scroll work. That I au dolDy no small builuess, can be Judf. Very respectfully, ed from the fact lust my bank account runs from the Jewel has over other Stoves. 111 wiiuik-s- al 1 ARCHITECT, J 1 .600 to IIOW per week Contracting and building done promptly and at Using prices. Address C. N. SITAFFOHB, eSnni-Mctltl- n Inlcriorlonniitl - January 30, 1883 EDITOR Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON. Tun decision of tho Supremo OOtirt, (Not Superior na tho types matlo us say in Friday's iwuo) on tho Civil Nights bill, meets with general approval. Tho Now York Sun says: Tho constitutionality of tho statuto has always been questioned, and tho declaration by theSuprcme Court that it is invalid accords with tho opinion which tho Sim long ago expressed upon tho subject. Indeed, it was diffi cult to too how tho Judges could como to nny other conclusion, in viow of their previous utterances in respect to tho limitations imposed by tno Constitution upon tho powers of Congress. Tho doctrino which underlies tho present tlccisiou is that such constraint as thol'cderal power is authorised to for tho maintenance of tho civil rights of citizens must bo exerted upon tho States rather than upon individuals. Unlpss n Stato, for example, infringes somo ot theprohibitionsagainst Stato action contained in tho Const!-tntiothere is no occasion for tho interference of the general Government to preserve tho personal right intended to Iks guaranteed by thoso prohibtions. This is sound Stato rights doctrine and it is satisfactory to ftniLfLt laid down by a republican court. Tun Stanford, Ky., not think tho tarifl question which tho New York Herald remarks that Henry Wntonan is trying to mako one of tho nmarkablo consequences ot tho lending issuo of tho next presiden- tho present tariff agitation promises to tial canvass, should be agitated for he be a discovery ou tho part of Congress says: If this purposo should predomi- of tho cxislcnco of several classes of nate in tlio councils of both parties, pcoploofwhom tho avcrngo legislator and if in tho election tho questions of novcr heard. Thcro is, for instance, administrative reform, of honest nnd tho innocent nnd patient consumer, economical expenditure of the public who has novcr previously asserted himmoney, and of tho restoration of tho self in tariff debates nnd has been sat per cent more civil scrvico to n basis of genuino hon- isfied to pay twenty-fivesty and patriotism, should all bo for nil tho commodities ho bought simcrowded aside to givo placo to the con- ply that he might havo n quiet life. troversy between freo trade nnd pro- Then thcro is tho dealer, who has a tection, wo can only say that this elec- great trado In things that are made tion will be ono of tho most interest- abroad and is not inclined to givo up ing and ono of tho most curious over that trado iu order to benefit somo Wo can very well under- small concern that has just set up a witnessed. when tho public debt is en mill to mako tho samo articles in this stand that tirelv paid off, and tho pension list re country nnd wants protection for an If tho signs of duced to tolerablo proportions, the bat-tl- o "infant industry." tho times aro not crcatly at fault tho of freo trade nnd protection may appropriately bo fought out; but as dealer and tho consumer will bo heard long as wo havo to provido for tho ot beloro this fight ii dono with in a payment of tho debt, and for tho enor- way to convince the manufacturer that mous pension list which tho dema- ho is not tho wholo American people. gogues of Congress havo saddled upon What a chanco thcro would bo in all the country, freo trade is outsido of this for tho damocratic party if every possibility, nnd protection is a matter democratic leader was not a born coward and imbecile. of inevitable necessity. Dana, of tho New York Sun docs In speaking of the tariff question, The Mountain Eclio is after Mr. Tun vastness of tho newspaper business in Now York is shown by tho W. O. Bradley with a sharp stick at tho meeting of tho National Ten thousand, nine hunfollowing: tons of newspa Republican Committeo last week in dred and nincty-fivpcrs and periodicals were sent during Washington, ho sent his proxy to Col. last year through tho New York post- - L. S. Howlett, a man, whom that o There were 277 business failures tail three more than the week before. The Southern States are credited with 73. The Ilord county grand Jury returned IndlrlmenM against 21 persons, all residents of Aliland, for connection with the recent mob al that place. There Is qnte a commotion In France since (latnlwtla's death and a Paris corres pondent defines It as n politicians' conflict for the deceased leader's shoes. The Colorado Legislature. Saturday elected Hon. Thomas M. Ik) wen to the IT S. Senate for the long term and Hon, II A. V. Talwr for the short term. The deputy marshal who was kind enough to tske Frank James from the ill to enjoy a theatrical performance, haa been dismissed as ho should have been. Miss Ileltie Muster, a respectable young lady of Calhoun, Ky., arrested In Louisville for became de lirous and now appears a raving maniac. The President is quoted ss saying tint he will call an extra session of Congress If something was not dona at this sesilon to ward tarlffand Internal revenue revision. It is stated that the wedding of Senator David Davis nnd Mbs A. II Hurr will take place in about six weeks. Preparations for the event are being made st her uncle s residence near Fayelteville, N. C lteubcn It Bpringer, who built and gave the Cincinnati Music Hall to the city, is sick, hut a telephone line has been fixed so that he can lay in bed and listen to the music nt the great Festival this week, shop-liftin- found for lifts j Ssmnd Farris, col., wis fin ed $25 and given 10 days In the work- house for carrying concealed weapons; Hi ram Sebastian was given saint for same oflense; the Arnold case will be callid Tuesday and will probably be tried. rr.nsoAU Misses Lou and Mattis Dinwiddle, of Stanford, are visiting Misses Stella nnd LW Marksbnry Dr. II. F, Walter, formerly of this pla?e, more re. cently of Milleribnrg, has rented the sec ond story rooms of Miller A Miller, over the Citlrens National Hank The rooms will be fitted up elegantly and will be oc enpied by the doctor as n dental office. He has already moved his family lo this place, Mrs. Judge Owsley attended the Bryant ltoberlson wedding at Lexington on last Thursday.. Judge Owsley Is here. In re ference to the gubernatorial race, he can't say much, as he has not visited inn re than of the State, but Is encouraged by the Improvement of his propecta, Instancing Louisville, where he was recently. He declines to make a speculative assertion as to the probable issue. Cor. OJ. one-thir- d llllbi FfMlllI We Will Sell Everything in our Tub LANCASTF.n, Danville A Btxu jonnTr.i.icriiosF. Company AlivrStim. We aro glad to announce that the hoard of directors nf the above mentioned company, held another meeting at the law office ofllurdett A Walton last Friday. All of Ii. CLOTHING STOCK - AT - week. office to nows agencies nnd regular subscribers. Tho rato ot postage on this class of matter is two cents per lb. 8439,-802.88, iNTKiuon and tho receipts amounted to which is 27 per cent, of the agrees with the News that Journal aggregate amount of a similar class of continues, "can not tamper with ren "tarifl for revenue" is enough, with publicans in this way and expect to the "only" lopped off", since it can on- mail matter received by all the in tho United States. The num- to hold a large place in the hearts of ly serve either to deceive or clso to the voters of tho party and he owes it commit democracy to immediato prac- ber of newspapers nnd periodicals in New York which are mailed in this to them to explain," p. d. q. We tical free trade, under a tariff laid for suppose tho Eclio thinks it should revenue only, and therefore not per- city is 788 and are classified as fol 20; have been sent to John D., but Wilafford incidental and dis- lows: Dailies 44, mitted to 47; liam is not that kind of a bird. We 309; Ye aro very weeklies criminative protection. 4; quar- tender him the use of our columns for Watter-son'- s monthlies 315; close to accordance with Mr. terlies 49. There is a daily average an explanation, so we trust he will views as ho explains them in and wo certainly admiro ot 35 tons of newspapers and periodi- not disappoint tho anxious inquirers. issues; the way he plows upthe ground where cals mailed every day at the New The Louisville Commercial scents a it needs plowing, only we think he York postoffice. republican row in this State over the sets his coulter a little to6 digging. Hon. E. Polk Johnson is now the wolfish fight for spoils. It says: "Col. Frotectiotf, as it is, and as tho repub- citjr editor of the Conner Journal, a Bradley wants to be a Minister to lican party and as some democrats pro- position for which he is peculiarly fit Spain, but ho ran up against John D. pose to leave it after pretense of revis- ted, owing to his extensive acquain- White in his search for tho place, and Both are ion, is a disgraceful system of lobby ism tance in the city and a natural instinct Whito is opposing him. and narrow, selfish interest. We are as to what is news and what ought to 6talwarts, but White is a crank Stalnot, however, willing to approve a be published. The position is one of wart of the Guiteau stripe, while Bradplank which promises what will not the most important on tho paper and ley is a genial politician who is for the and can not now be performed. Let is one of the hardest to hold. There party and himself, and not in favor of democracy be frank, and declare plain- have been a half dozen to try it in a general racking of party opponents." ly what it will do, no more and no a year, M. Stuart Cann being thejast has just cost the government Cincinnati News. to resign because ot somo misunder less. S1.9G7 to bury Congressman Allen, of Tun Lexington Transcript, in view standing, which probably means that Missouri. Kid gloves, whisky, cham of the fact that Gov. Blackburn has he allowed something detrimental to pagne and hundreds of other such inrenewed his offer of pardon to any one ono of the paper's favorites to be items figure in the bill made out by its column. who will kill a newspaper man, and serted in the members who escorted the body Tim Couriei' Journal says in speak- - home. Every body got drunk, and no one has been found who is willing to attempt tho job, suggests that ho inrr of Gov. Pattison's promise to the railroad conductor took the crowd minstrels might luriner uts uujwi uy wiKiiug grant no pardon savo for manifest in for a band of second-cla- ss a chroma aniece. We commend tne justice: "Let tho Governor stick to instead of Congressional mourners. old coon that principle, and ho will sot an exidea to the blood-thirs- ty The Pennsylvania State debt was other Governors, When a man kills another he does so ample to thirty-severeduced last year to a total of 820, tor an object, and there is no object who sadly need some wholesome sugHe gestion on that subject." And yet 223,083, of which $19,950,000 is about this pardon business. bearing debt. Tho annual debt ck knows that if by tho sheerest that paper never dares to tackle chargefor interest was reduced about the lower court Bhould convict him, Blackburn who has abused his power 8200,000 by refunding tho Gs iuto 4 the Court of Appeals will order a new more than any governor of any State perceuts. During tho last four years trial, and tho law's delay amounts al ever" did. the debt has been reduced $1,950,537, post-officsemi-weeklisemi-monthli- Experience has shown that tho loss by abrasion tn the handling of $1,000,000, gold coin, In the process of shipping it across the ocean, amounts to about $200. So sirs Mr. C. It. Patten, a Boston authority on linking. paper denounces in the most unmeas The Arkansas Legislature has passed a ured terms as unfit for tho respect of resolution to submit a constitutional decont republicans, with whom ho amendment forbidding the payment of the claims membership solely for the State aid, levee and Halford bonds, amount ing to about $11,000,000. It awaits and loaves and fishes. "Col. Bradley," it will receive the signature. ' Qo-ern- D. C, Jan. 25 By reason of the increasing demand from all parts of the country for ten cent silver pieces, comptroller of the mint, authorized tbe coinage into dime pieces of a half a milWASuixaTOsr, It ill-lu- most to an acquittal. Judqe Beccnek, a member of the State Central Committee, continues to fight Col. Jones, who, he asserts, would sit like a nightmare on the prowess of the State, if ho were elected Governor. It is Beckner's right, as it is that of every man, to oppose any candidate, but iu this case we think he should quit the Committee before Joint? so. A man who feels like he dots towards Jones is in no condition to see that he is fairly and honestly treated. Tun Tariff bill, based on the report of tho ininuitous Commission is now before Congress and Is being fought by the democrats from the start go. Of it Mr. Carlisle says,"I have no hesitation iu saying that the proposed scheme is more prohibitory in its general plan and structure and more grinding and oppressive upon the country than any tariff law euacted since the foundation of the Government." Tun American people are as bad as children, who are pleased with a rattle In New and tickled with a straw. York great interest is manifested in the result of an attempt of a glutton to cat two quails a day for SO days, and the nowipapers describe minutely every movement of the fool who is making the attempt. He had eaten 22 brace at last accounts. The Ilichmond Jlegistcr being accused of favoring the return of Cerro Gordo Williams to tho Bcuate, says it is not for the General, but ou the contrary, quito tho reverse If wo may bo so inquisitive, who are you for, brother Green? Tin: Star3ioutcn claim that their trials havo already cost them 8200,000. At this rate their stolen millions will havo soon flown away, but the government to whom they belonged is not likely to get any thing, nol even their conviction. that iU circulation is 2,200, a little the assets, the net debt is $12,252,099. rise of 1,100 moro than any other paThe editor of tho Apostolic Times per in Lexington, is true, tho editors (Cozine,) acknowledes the corn about and other employees of thoso concerns in that city must eke out a miserable having his R, B. pass taken up while existence. One paper, the Tri- - Week- being used by another party with his ly Star, claims but 13 subscribers, and consent. Ho says also that bo did comes as natural as day to lie not know it was wrong and that no as it about circulation, wo expect those ures might be cut down half. fig- Ir the statement of the Advertiser and after deducting the sinking fund The Frankfort Cummonictallh hi a cola colored mm. umn edited Moroax county hasdecluredforCol. Lexington Is to have another National T. L. Jones for Governor, J. G. Ce- Bank, the fifth of the kind in the city. The musical composer, Flotow, i no cil for Register of tho Land office and more, neither is Lord Qrerllle, tho English B. Young, for Leutenant-Govern-or- . V. This still leaves Owsley a full Liberal. Dr. Carrier and Capt. Iloeardua the quarter stretch ahead of Jones. The Crack Sliootlits, will match in Louliviile, whole eighth Congressional District, in convention assembled declared for J. J. lllaclc, a white man, was fined him. $20 and coata at Somerset for cohabiting The Ashland aud other mobs which with a negro woman. of Polk, Tennessee, atole have organized to "remove" Neal.and $292,427 25 in caab excluilfe of the lulliCraft, will probably change their ng bond and other things. minds when they learn that four cars The atore of Thus. Vorhel, at liurgln, of ammunition havo arrived at tho Kr , waa destroyed br fire Friday night. arsenal at Frankfort to be used on Low $4,000; iuaurance $1,600. Montreal, Canada, ! enjoying a carnithem by the State Guards.iTnecessary. val in a $40,000 Ice palace, Inaide of which the thermometer la 0" below zero. Tun committee investigating It. K. Hart, sherifl of Fleming county, Polk's affairs find a balance due the State from the Continental is the first sheriff to settle in full with the State for the revenue due for 1883. Funding Bank, at New York. It will The Cbeaajieake and Ohio ltailroad be checked out and used as a nucleus Company have decided to build a double fur a now Treasury fund, saya the track at the earliest practical moment. sarcastio CJ. The schooner Henry S. William, 104 for New Vrets in paying Its days went out from Jacksonville, The Lexington York, ia believed lost, with all on board. complimeuts to the editor of the lCd (lurrett, a wife murderer at Texar-kan- a Fraukfort Commonwealth, saya all ho and atTaylorsville, III , (UY.Traugh- needs Is a grammar, a dictionary aud er, for the murder of a stranger, were hung somo brains. latt Friday. Secretaky Foloeh is alarmed at the accumulation of standard silver dollars aud calls upon Congress to either discontinue their coinage or make appropriations for building additional vaults for their storage. Ho reports $120,538,534.20, equal to 3,500 tons, now on hand and increasing at the rate of over $2,000,000 per month. railroad has refused any favor he asked of it. The eulogy business keeps Congress pretty busy. Last week Senator Hill occupied the attention of the Senate and yesterday Godlovo Orth was glorified in the House. It is a hollow mockery that ought to be d ispensed witb. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. j lion ounces of silver bullion at the mint. The grand jury of the St. Louis Criminal Court reports that at least eighty per cent, of the crime and pauperism of that city is attributed to the saloons, and recommends that their minimum license be placed at $1,000 and those which sell only wine and beer, $500. A midnight Extra, giving full details of a military ball then in progress was by the Boston Qtabt the other night. The entire edition of 5,000 was perfumed and the delivery clerks appeared at tbe bill In full dress suits. This is decidedlya new wrinkle in journalism. For ten years the Legislature of Ken tucky has been dodging the necessity of a new State bouse, but it can not be dodged much longer. The next Legislature should take hold of this question in dead earnest and either build a new State house or remove tbe Capitol. Princeton Banner. The docket of the Fayette Circuit Court term, which opens on the .Id of Feb. ruary, closes with 119 Commonwealth, 273 old equity suits, and twenty-thre- e equity appearances. Among the criminals cases are two for murder, one for manslaughter, and the old Henry White case over again. K. J. Norris, a at Meadow Lawn, Ky., ia on trial accused of going to the school-roo- m barefooted, his ragged pantaloona rolled up and supported by one suspender only. He was also accused of drunkenness and dirtiness, and otherwise demeaning himself in a manner unbecoming a pedagogue. Mies Mabel Bayard, daughter of Senator Ihyard, was married at tbe Church of Assension, Washington, to Samuel D, Warren, Jr., of Boston, Tbe wedding wss the most elegant affair of the season. Senator Bayard gave away the bride. Among those in attendance were many Senators, mem bers of the House and several Judges of the Supreme Court. The latest disater ia the caving in of an old coal mine underlying a portion of the city of Wilkesbarre, Ps. Houses were tipped up, sidewalks fell in, brick walls were split and gaps opened in tbe ground. Fortunately nobody was killed, but some of the people who found their houses ap parently sinking into the earth, were fright ened almost out of their wits. Gov. Click, of Kansas, In hia message says: "lnere are now in me penitentiary about 25 persons under sentence of deatb, who have all the kindly treatment and the benefit of all rules aud the laws made to ameliorate the sad condition of prison life, while the victims of their crimes sleep In deatb, and the relatives of the deceased are taxed to feed and clothe the ones who robbed the wife of a husband and the children of a father " Plila-delphia bond-stealin- g school-teacher the members of the board were present and Important matters were discussed. Nego tlationa are now going on with the Ameri can Bell Telephone Co , and also with W. P. Bunker, of Dayton, O., who has a telephone that in an English Invention, Mr, Bunker's inatrumints are to be used on the line from Stanford to Huslonvillu. The telephone project haa by no means played out, in fact it Is just beginning to take shspe. The company has been organized a little more than a month and during the time investigations have been made In order that the system of telephonic communication most advantageous to the business public might be secured. By making Investigations the hoard of directors will now Unless somebe able to act intelligently. thing turns up that is now impossible to foresee, tbe line will be built, and that too at an early day, the knowing ones to the The meeting contrary notwithstanding adjourned tn meet at Stanford upon the call of the president Do Not be Deceited. Ia these times of quack uedlclDaailitrllse- nients tterrwhere. It Is truly gratlflnf to And one remedy tbst Is worthy of praise, and which Electric Illttrrawt really loea as recommend!. caa vouch for aa being trua and rcllshj remedy, Tbey In- and one that will do sa rtcou. mended. tarUMy cute Moinecb and Liter Complaints, Diseases of the KlJocjraaoJ Vrlnary difficulties. We know whertof we apeak, and can rcadilj say, glr them a trial. Sold st flfty cents a Iwtlle ty Penny A MeAllster. LASCASTKIt ACTUAL MARKET I'iiW Mil eiJ -i j v jTri aa 11&TfSS t: m m 11 jp 1 Purchases Must be Cash, or interest from date. We Annually Reduce Our Stock, and -- w THIS IS THE TIME. ADTlRTISKHms. ATTOKNEY At LANCASTER, KY. H. O. KAUFFMAN, IjA.AV. BRUCE, Muter ComralMtoDcr Garrard Circuit Court. Will cractlc In all lbs Csuru of Uarrard and adjoining counties and In tht Court of AppeaJa. MANUFACTURERS' -- WARREN E-aCk.X-jjELj & CO. riaCAnDMAaiss- INSURANCE Or Capital, 115-l- COMPANY, Min. BwTOS, IWO.tOO; lutplui, sets, II,05.Vfi29 SI. IJH,9 l total as- KOIIT. UIXNAIKD.Agt.Uneaater. GREAT CLOSING OUT v41 IIIGOKVW HOUSE! Stikvosd 8raa LAN0ASTEB,- - JOHX T. HKJllINS, -- - KENTUCKY I'llOl'ltlETUIt. A FIRST CLASS HOTEL In (Terr particular, Tha patronage ol the pa Me solicited, and satisfaction luarinlMsd. ' A Texas Farm For Sale! Farm In Trail for I will sell orexchaoc landa in Uarrard, Madlton, Lincoln or llojrl counties. This farm la situated In Tarrant countr. Txaj, about 1J or 14 nillea Ooulh of tbe cllr of ortuor Fort Wort n and about aatue dlatnnrs In Johnson county. Coutalna the CltT of Cleburne, t.a.,1 ! .. Milk a .....I.s fu rood barn uimn Used aood water on Place It Is GHENAULT, i uj ... rtrHt-rHt- e Mtween two ocTrr isuiograirrauis fi water 11 is about ons lulls Fast of the aiirttTcd rout of the l'ort Worth d ItloUrands It. 11, which will lx completed In a abort tlme.aodslio about 3 tulles West ol the O C Acuta Fee H. 1L now Iu opera tion from Ft. Worth to ualrtaton. This rami is In the steal eotlon aud wheat ralslni section of North ern rexaa and TCr dcalrable (or any one wanting to farm or rati cattle. Also ban on lbs place small ouDcnornnori Horn neiura wiin can ana oos fine Short Horn Hull, t inn old llils riprlnc: also urmtng implements, mat i win uut wiin V M. HcKKE ItVltUAK, IhepUce. Lancaster, awj. Jan. ll, lui JW.in lucaieu wr rauiUK tzinDZ land and miiv, vciub vh wll itnirrlilltlibicu uigu SEVERANCE&CO STANFORD. KIT., JUST RECEIVED! One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, Conalatlog ol Desire to close out their entire stock of goods a Garrard County DEPARTMENT. ltOJIT. II. WEST, Editor. LANCASTER. Boiin. To the wife of E, W. Harris, a boy, Havlin's Fogg's Ferry Combination played here Friday night to a good house. Work on the vault of the Citltens National Bank ia progressing. It will be ready to receive the safe in a few daya and tbe bank will then begin business. County School Commissioner; Jno. K. West, has received 40 per cent, of tbe public school money, which is now ready for distribution at the National Bank. The grand jury met again Saturday after an adjournment of two days. Thus far they have only found fourteen Indictments, In the cane of Jas. L. McAlisler vs W. M. Kerby, the Jury returned a verdict for the pill of $100; in the case of Jno. Coffey vs. Thos. Baughman and others, the jury gave tbe pill, one cent and cost; in the case of J T. A V. II. Conn vs. Jack Hiatt, tbe jury found for the dft.; In the case of Jno. D Pritcbett vs Lewis Y. Leavell, aduir. of Samuel Hiatt, deceased, the jury found for the pi (I. tbe full amount of his claim, $225; itlce I toss vs. Col. East Ac, CallfbrnlH Apricotf, Grecu Ghro I'Iuiuh, Ntur TouiutecH, YHnneiitk Corn, Kcimcifrt I'i'HcIich, And propose to do so AT COST and in many cases less than cost. FIho AppIcH, Nirlujf IIcaiiM, Oj'Hlcrn, We have 815,000 worth of new and desirable Fall and Winter Goods, Notions, Clothing, tic. Dry Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c., to soil in tills way. tail-oiu- Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars nicmbiT and CoffeM ia abundance, and of a stock of goods that wc arc closing out, l This is not tho Pricea extremely Low, at the but the Largest and mobt block of goods in Stanford. "ENTERPRISE GRO OERY," Purchasers will oiTuct a large saving on everything they buy, Wc LANCASTER, KY. will make no new accounts, except to our regular customers, .who du-irable Kc- - GEO.D.BURDETT&CO., Proprietors- will pay promptly tha 1st of January, or when called upon. -- .P - December 19, 1882. I cmi-Mcth- lii nlt rioroumnl Nirr, lot of apple HrlghlV jut received at II C. ST7VXT3TORr, ICV. TiiosJay Morning, YfiOLnr Folk n will entertain at the Opera Houaelo night. A Md baby boy has made lis appearance at Mr. O.J. Thurmond'. - Janunry 30,1883 A. LAN. IOCAL TIME CARD. I'sssengrr trains North 9M " " Hontb. J LOCAL NOTICCS. u. I'Altnw wlahlng to buy wagons should NM call on A. T. Nunnelley and seethe Mitchell. He Is agent for It. Mtw IlicitAnii Cunn received n telegram tint her slater, Mrs. Cindy Moberly, In i iluv Paint of IVnny ft McAlisler. Cr.oriii.sri, Clotlilni Clothing at DitM Madhon,la perhapa fatally 111. Hlass. Ik you want sugar by the barrel or coffee Nr.w stock of Jewelrr iml Sllrerwara tt lie the sack, It will pay you to get my IVnny A MoAIMerV . I am headquarters for goods In Watcii rn, Clock anil Jewelrr repaired pii-equantity. II. C Ilrlght. and warranted by l'cnnr ft McAlisler. Standard tiheel Music, Vocal and InMike Klkin has opened a firat-cl. strumental, for 10 cent at IVanj ft butcher ataml under Roht. 8. LlU's store LilidR stock of Window (Him, all sires. room, where he Keeps the lieat ami freshest Doulilo thick glvs for flower ll meals at the lowest price. ft McAlisler. IVKl-AYchih account was due January will sell lili Hillre lot ofclolli InRnatlaiiri lieluw cod (o make room for Pleae cull and settle without further delay. lil newsprlng Hock. The old firm's huainn must be fettled. McAliater ft Ilrlght. McAI-isler'saa lt. PERSONAL attending to Mr. T. T Darles' during his sickness and any person Mb, and Mn. W. O. Paiiu will re- wiahing to purchase col or settle an acturn to their homo In Missouri, tins morn-In- . count will please oil on me. John Dudde-rar- . Mimm Julia and Allie King, of Crab Orchard, are puest of Miss Sallle. Orecn IA bua-In- ruary 7lh. There sie 00,000 colored llaptist In T. V. Hwiiux, having given the City wllh 150 churches. Hon. IIaiiiiison lUii.r.v, of Shelly, is Council some assurance that his Idea is to Tennesee. Hev. J. M. Druce preached at the attending the sick bedside of Ills brother, krp n hotel in connection with the Commercial bit room by ojtenlng up tlio houar Methodist Cntirch Sunday night. Judge Billey. KM. John V. Slagner will continue Mr. L. II. HiiYANT and Wirt, ef Li- to the public, was granted license by them hl meetlnit at Halls Gap church all this who hire been at Crab Orchard at the meeting Friday night. bert, Mo , week. toeing after the rotate, of 'fiiiulre Illratn Die Hwili ICeiii haa on exhibition at The slmrriran Jiapliit is a paper pubKoberts, of which lliey are heira to one hit office a wonderfully mixed lamb's head. lished at Louisville, Ky., by a colored man half, atarted Lome yestenlsy. Its norn is on top of lis head. Its eyes are in the interest of the colored people. and her set like n huminV, but without lids, It haa Mis UctsY The death of Dr W. It Landis, an brother llswe n U. Pennington went to Lex- a lower but no upper jaw and its tongue aged Presbyterian divine of Dinville ington yctterday, the farmer to enter the liarga several Inch- from its mouth. It leaves the Cntral University at Richmond Normal department of the A. ft M College lived but a short time. heir to his $20,000 library. and the latter the Commercial department. Her. John 8. Hays, Professor of Kccle Full $1 we wilt rend the Interior V. McAliitto left yisterdsy MltJ. slaatlral History in Danville Theological 10 page to be caahier in the Saiton National Hank Journal, the Indiana Varmtr, a Seminary, has received a call to the pastor of tit. Joe, Mo. He ia a fine business man agricultural paper ami a COO page hand- ate of the Iirst Presbyterisn Church at somely bound Americandidlonary deliverand hit long connection with bis Kink Qulnoy, III. here haa full; qualified htm for hla new po- ed free to the subscriber. Call in and exThere is a movement at Mt. Sterling rtion. While regretting hla departure amine the Ihrmtr. Our subscribers can to unite the two branches of the Presbytemoney on any publication by conferru stve from among us, wa wi.h him the great rian Church. The Northern with thirty ing with us. In lit new home. members and the Southern with ninety MlKlMlNWK DlXWIDDIE haa one of CiiENAUl.T, Severance & Co. are in- members will unite and form a new church the sweetest and purest soices we hiTe yet voicing preparatory to selling out to I). II. In the Southern Assembly. The United heard. With proper culture it would com- lilmiston and K. P. Owsley, who will con- Church will call a preacher likely Rev. pare farorablr with that of anr profemion-a- l tinue the businrss at their stand under the P. M. Rogers, of Rockland, Ohio. This firm name of Kdniialon Atlanta Acanthus we knew. Owsley. Mr F. II. Harper, the race horse owner, young ladr ia cow with Ye Olde Koikes Owsley will move bis stock also to the made the Presbyterian church in Midway nd will ring Kobin Adair same home and rent his present stand to Conrerte Co. a gift of $1,100 to buy an organ. Mr. Harand other selections at the (era House W.T.Green, who will move thither in a per la not a church member, says the Midtonight. few days. way Qipprr, and makes his gifts as a meLOCAL MATTERS. Havinu bought three beef cattle as cood morial to his mother, the late Mrs. Ann L aa there is in Kentucky at a cost of about Harper, for many years a most zealous and Fitrail Oysters at II C Ilrtght'a. $130 of Mr. Williams we propose as we devoted m;mber of that church. Tun Rink will open again next Friday think the people t'f Stanford and vicinity LAND. STOCK AND CROP. night for a abort seaon. are entitled to aa good beef as anywhere, A car lead of mules for sale. F, to furnish them aa gaod if they will pay Juikik J. M. I'lllLtra aold to Itobert ' at prim we can aford to sell at. We will Reld.Slanford, Ky. Citr, a home and a acre lot In Macks- - sell P P. Nunnelley sold to Mr. Traylor this kind of bref from 4 to 15 cents or III for Stir,. an average of 8 cents. Fsrris & Kamrey. 30shoats at C cents. -- For sale, 20 head of cattle. W. A. Fdit SALE. Three handsome residence. A I'ETITION vi.ned by many citiiens of Coffey, McKinney, Ky. Will mII Terr cbeap. Stanford, Dec. 25, Pulaki will he sent to the Governor this The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills 'D2. W. Craig. week for the pardon of (lilmore and Meece want to buy wheat and corn. wisely concludtd serving lerms of ten years each for being The City Cou.ncii, hi A. T. Nunnelley has 100 nice shoats to haTe the atreeta cleaned, and the good acreaury to the murder of Millia, The trilor sale, ranging in weight from 100 to 130 work ia progressing. llion is based on the ground that if the pounus. principal is allowed to go free the accesso-rie- i Eight thoroughbred bull calves and I have two American Sewiug Machine, ought not to sufler. There is rome one ditto 3 year old for sale by S. II. guaranteed to do good work, which I will someUiughman, Stanford. aell cheap for caah or trade. II. K, Wearen. logic In tint, but it strikes us that body Might to sufff r for the foul murder. Fourteen broke mules and 1 thorough A TlltEr cut the skirts and tie atirrup bred bull calf for sale. R. R. A E. P. Gov. Cullum's Kinsi'oi.ic In a leather fooni Hugh Hays' aaddle on Sun-dWoods, Stanford, Ky. with J. W. Alcorn, Ksq, the while hla boras waa tied nt Diugher-t'- a -- O. J. Thurmond sold to .Mrs. S. H. other day he remarked: I don't supose a ho p. Helm, 5 grade heifer at $30 and a combin that Gov. Cullum, ol I lit LtOTUHK. J.J Seed, Secretary ol the you are awarejust been elected U S Sena- ed mare, 0 years old, for $125. noia, who has James Mauir, of Washington county, Slat Hoard of Health, will delirer a free to succeed David Davis, has numerous Feb. 6th on tor aold to Tom Muir, of Fayette, 2 fine black ledum al the Court-Hou- te relatives in this county. Mrs. Hichel Jacks, 15 hands high, for $1,000. "Sanitary Measures." Jones, who Is uow 84 yrsrs old and one of Stock hogs are worth 5 to 5J cents in Inknowing tliouiselres ALL the moat remarkable as well as the best debted to Chcnault, Sottranc. ft Co , will preserved woman of her age I know of, Is Woodford. A lot of 100 head averaging cooler a great faror by aettling the aame, his maternal aunt and Mr. Cole Cofley, an 100 lbs , sold at 5 cents last week. Jake Hosteller, of Fayette.sold to Ken to close) up our business. aa we own uncle Joe Cofisy is a cousin and so nedy ft Uuford, of Bourbon, 50 head of fat is Lewis Coffey, while in Wayne county, knowing themielrea inALL person ctUle to lie delivered in May, at $0 00 tier debted to J T. Harris, for Ice, beef, nab where be was born, Col. Coaby Oatts and cwt. Hon. Jay Oatta are hla first cousins beTwenty head of 1C hand mules at $102 and oysters, confectionerifa and hotel bill, will please) come forward and rettle at idrs a number of other close relatives 30, 21 head of 14 to 15 at $120 50 and 10 The are all good democrats too, and Cul do. at $120 were sold in Bowling Green UH once. inherit none of his republican pro- wees. Oun Kailrortd aubcriplion piper ia one luui The CWt'er Journal says Dr. Standi-for- d clivities. name longer and $50 better alncu our laat aold his crop of potatoes last year for i'kOlde FoLKEa Concerts, judging $18,000, aud that the crop grew on G5 acres report. Mr. H. 0. Hrighl ia the gentleman. I'ral4 the Lord. Who'll be the next to from a rehearsal that we attended, promise of land, takTThe good itepT to beauiuaical treat of rare merit. The T. (J. Flllott aald 4 head of selections are good, the programme well cattle to M Hail, of Lincoln, for $90 J. wanted, to Am experienced arranged, the siogers have, almoat without He also bought one of W. B. Hansford for put up the telephone line from Stanlord to exception, fine voice aod have drilloJ $25. (Somerset Rsp HuatoiiTille. Address either Oeo. P. Wear-en- , themselves well in their ptrta. The object Wakefield A Farris sold in Atlanta, Stanford or W. It. Williama, Huston-tllle- , Is a worthy one, the proceeds being for the this week a car load of mules from 14 hands at once. benefit of the proposed Presbyterian 1 Inch to 14 2, at $100 per head. They rete, but WaYnh CoUNrY baa no and it is asking very little of the fused this price for them at home. Advoindividuals for caring forberpaupera, when cate. paa publio to attend the entertainment, and they cost laat year $1,303 70. The to- they are assured that in contributing to a A Tennessee man has on exhibition at tal amount paid to county officer, Includ- good cause they will more than get their Clarksville, two Burkahlre hogs which he ing fees for Clerk and Jailer, is only $1,217. money back. Tho ladica and gentlemen claims to be the largest in the world. They 93. The Judge get $300 and the County engaged in it have spent week in getting weigh together 2,200 and are 3 feet 7 Inch Attorney $M0 It up, with much trouble and expense to es in height by 7 long. Anderson Nunnelley bought for Sam TllK continued wet weather haa knocked themselves and we trust they will be liberdolneighborhood, Cowan in the Wood-toc- k the bottom from under the payments in ally patronized. Admission cattle at $32 per head. Pulaski, thirty-thre- e eome place and he l a recklett) man who lar and children a half of that. Door of On Saturday he shipped a renturea out after nightfall, for ho know open at early ctnJIe Hunting to night. butcher atull'to Cincinnati for which he not wheu bo will alnk out of alghtin the Vk whose name are subscribed hereto Especially ia it dangeroua agree, one with another, and with the pro- paid 2 to 31 rents. iiuickaaod. Milk cows are very high in this end of near the poatoQke, where the pareuient ia jected Cincinnati, Green Itiver ft Nashville the county. We know of several that have a foot and a half too low any way, Kailroad Company, to donate the sums set been sold at $45 to $65, without a calf procure for the said Lincoln Mills are now making an ex- opposite our names to and depot James Yeast, Sr., ia giving 3 cents per lb. Hallway the tra quality of flour of (elected wheat, bog to be delivered here the 20th of Lincoln county, Kentucky, pro- for lat which they will hereafter tell at the follow- grounds in Harrodsburg Enterprise. June. said Hallway is built through ing pricea: Patent flour, an extra quality, vided the Mr O. P Alfordofthls city has bought asid county, beginning at or in the imme$2 73; beat family flour $2 40, low grade. a sugar plantation of 1,000 acres in Louisidiate vicinity of lllchmond Junction: $2; bolted meal 50c; unbolted meal 43a. $ 50.00 ana, some 75 miles from New Orleans. The W G. Welch Ilran, corn and ahipatufla alwaya on baud. plantation together with its outfit, com30. M O. Siufley Order left at the mill will be attended to prising among other things CO head of 100. T.P. Hill " promptly. mules, farming utensils, fto , cost him $73,-0030. J. W. Alcorn Press. equal !u Col W. U. Welch A call on this J B. 10. Jss Nolsnd, of this county, is the owngentlemtn to become a radldate for State W. P. Walton 50. er of oneofthe most remarkable cow of Senitor to fill the vaeinof caused by the R. O Warren 60 any age. She is 7 year old aud ha given death of Col. Wain, appear In another col W. II. Miller 30 birth to 12 calves. At two years of age umn. The Col. U a man of fine intellect II. C Ilrlght 60. she dropped one, at three she dropped two, aud ability and would reflect honor on hi Atlanat four she druped three, at five she drop Levi Hubble ha returned Irom Dlilrict. Such uieu aa he are much needof mules at en ped one, at six she dropped two and list ed in the Uglalaiiie Halls of Kentucky ta, where he aold a and we are confident Ibst he will be eltcted average of $122 60, a much lower price week at seven she droped three. All of than he expected. lie aaya that the mar- these calve have been strong, hearty aniby a big majority if be becomes a mals and have all been aold when year ket la rather brisk, but the price low. -sue-ec- Mrs. Julia IIoskixi and daughter Fanntr, of Caniptiellsrille, nrrlred Wr. AllERlad to sec Mr. II 0. A ltlfi HAUL. We learn that reglatered . aa express agent on lliis packages to the Talue of $1,200 was run. from tho car In which CCColmes-ni- l Mr. W. M. WenEn, the p3pulr was agent a few nights ngo, and the P, DniKRlit of Mt. Vernon, was here yesterO. dettollrcs are now on the lookout for day. slick-finger- ed xr.vr ADTr.nTisgnr.iTR. ling at good price. It Is alw remarkable Rich An olTer of marriage so delighted a that 10 of the 12 cat veawtre steer. -- 1Q03.Michigan girl that she fell dead of Joy-h- eart mond Register. disease thsy called It LINCOLN C0VNTT. Goods The proprietor if the New York Ntar HcComack't Church. Store" at Somerset. Mr. Andy MrCarfy ran Mr J. D. Swope bought of Mrs. E. K. off wllh Miss McManama a daughter of ritKACIIF.HNVILI.i:, ICY. Judge al Frankfort and was married Hill a cow for $17.50. the -- Mrs. M. V. Cojhy Is atMrs.T.J.Hlll's. In Cincinnati trade that I will I wllh to Gus McCormsck haa gons to Cincinnati gooda aalsw snnounee to IhsCall aixt eiamlns aell my as the fewest. DEATHS It and lxmnvlnee.1, sat know yon are sit tired lor with shtcp. ol rjigh prleed and ahoddy goodi. IIumdeii At an cirly hour FrIJay -- A little girl at Mr. T. J. Hill' to keep morning nnother old land. mark waif1 re- company with his four hoys. A long, lisp COME ONE, COME ALL I moved from the stage of life: Mr. T. py lite to the little stranger. I.V UJIDI U', IV1IWr, lUMIUtU U,f t WDH . ; C. Humber. aged 70 years. He had been Ihs msner up. Sore eyes have made their appearance you come lip, an run bringW. SI. Very rrietfully, IIOWAHD. In failing health for years, but the itnme in our neighborhood. Some of the children llMm diate cause of Ids death was acute bronchi' sufler a great deal, their eyes looking like 1883. tl. A nun of lino business qualifications, balls of blood. he accumulated by his oan energy a large Died on the 2Ctb, of Inflammatory fortune, which now, after msny donations rheumatism, James Tevis, In tbe 16th year A DAILY to his children, Is estimated at $75,000 to of hi ngo. A bright, manly boy, he en$100,000. He was one of the largest stock- deared himself to all during his short stay holders In the Farmers National Hank among us. Six months ago he left his sunIa publlihed to auurerlbers at tbo following and was for many years a director. During ny Southern home in Texas to live with his long life he never sought office, but in bis aunt, Mrs. E. E. Hill. Itut the dear UA.rri2M nr kail, roinor rain. his younger data waj elected constable and Master has called him to a brighter home, Dally and Sunday edition, nnayeir .,..17 00 twice thereafter mado police judge of Crab where a loylng father and mother had al- Dally and Hundar edition, alx ruoolba 4 03 2 00 Orchard, without his solicitation or desire ready been called and were waiting with Dally and Sunday edition, thre monlhi inliterlptlona Invariably la sd ranee. All Closo hut honest, he gavetn others what ho outstretched arms to welcome him to the An extra copy of Ihs paper will lis mailed free demsnded for himself, the last farthing due "Golden City." To hlr relations here who for one year 10 any person who will ralao a elnb ol ten annual subscribers at one poetofficr, and forthem. He joined the Iltform church in its wrre so kind to him, to his devoted sisters ward Ibelr names and addrets, together wllh 170. II Y CAltltlKIt infancy and was regarded as a good and and Dally and Sunday edition, IS cents per week, or brother who were denied the melan conscientious member. His funeral was choly pleasure of administering to bis lsst &5 centa per month, payable 10 carrier. PKICB JlV HINOLE COPY. preached at Crab Orchard 8unday by Kid wants, to one and all we offer deepest sym- Dally edition Two centa ...... Sunday (double site) ... ThrM c nta J. O, Livingston and his remains interred pathy, AienU, carrlera. newadeatera, newsboya or any one handling TllK NEWS, arsriqulred to sell the in the cemetery there. ttm paper Mirror. conformltT MARRIAGES. ' ntiirKssttmi. T. W. VASKON. New and Now Prices VT ATTtirtNBVH KY STANFORD, M. T. W. ft W.B. VAHNON, WlttlCI It V4RX0. TO THE PUBLIC Ws will now pay apeelal ttteatlno l Ws tromlso lo site Mllsfartloti, and when desired will gits Pstent Flenr fer Wheel. Csn msks either bolted or unbolted mesl 110-- 1 nKa rcuHTOM miNiTrr.- - Uffies In Owtley A Son's new building-- up stairs. l'JIXTON, a-i' HTANFonD, KY. Will practice In the Courts of Lincoln snd conntlea and the Ifuperlor Court and Court ol Appeala. Pptelsl attention given to collections. Offinon I.Mmlcr str-- et T..A.W, HrAl.lftTrit A NAM.r.R. ! lit FINE FARM FOR SALE AaTOllNBY DANVILLE, STANFORD ALEX. ANDEHOON. A-I.A.AV, I' KY., W Will practice In the Courta of Boyle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. DB. J. Q. CAIU'ENTEIl, KENTUCKY Office hours Office over RoU. H. Lvtle'a atore. from 1 to i snd 7 to 0 r. at. t offer for tale prlrstely my eirelleni llltlersrm of MOO A rrrm. In the west endor Llnesln county, within mile or Peyton's Well. It Is If of a mile from tbe Mllledgllle Manfcrd pike snd miles Irom 8tantrd A HiiatonTillrpIke, la well IS $ la Ingrasa watered, na, good lmprnTements;abmit and wheat and balance for corn next year. It la Tery nroductlre. Any person applying at once tsn obtain s bargain. Jf. HOUTT. !0l-2MIIIedgSTllle, Ky. J. Tho Cinciimti News! Domooratio Nowspapor! nrHTJIICIllTIONl Office South aids Main Street, two doors shove the Myers Hotel. Purs Nitrous Oitde Oaa administered when re- HTJIICJ33STANFOni),I 0 1V quired LEE F. UUFPMAN, Stanford Female College. .STANI'OItls, KY. With !: IV U? I H T, KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BRANCHES OK A JUDGi: IV. O. IIANrsFOIU) la a candldaU fur the democratic nomination for Itepreaentatlre la the next Lrgislsturo. Ic This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Kenton on the 2d Monday In September next. JUDGE T. P. HILL, Jit., Ia a candidate for Tlepresentatlvo In the neit Legislature, euljecl to the action ol the democracy. THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Are taught, as well as stuim: j. a. nvuvm la a candidate lo represent Lincoln cou nty In the next Legislature, subject to tho action of the De- MUSIC, THE UltAU. INO AND PAINTIKO. -- TERMS MODERATE, In Tuition, prices rsngs from lis to J40 In pillar Departments, primarv. sis- 130; Preparatory, HO, snd Collegiate, 150. mocracy. In RELIGIOUS. thief. Int commencrs on Wednesday, Feb Mr. Sarah Jane Frasler died on the 23d, and Mr. John Hicks on the same day On Thursday Killed by Ku-Kl- ux last the people of this part of Lincoln were startled with the information that the second wife of Mr. Jas, Acton, who lives just over the line In Pulaski, had been taken out of her own house and beaten to death by a gang. As far as can be ascertained, the gang was composed of old Jas. Acton's two sons, two brothers-in-la- w of the two younger Actons, the younger Actons' cousins and another brother who lives in this county, with other lawless ruffians This woman waa old Jas. Acton's eecord wife who had to leave him on She claimed a account of ill treatment. third of her husband's property, and the Actons determined to have the old womsn out of tbe way so she could not get it, and gang, which I called upon the am reliably informed has existed in the neighborhood ever since the war. Ku-Kl- ux Ku-Kl- ux above rates. with THE .VI.'H'N, Cincinnati, O. le THE WEEKLY Will be listied by the NEWS! JOS. J. NEVIHEAKCHB, A fiiif.ttb Late of Chenault, Severance, with Co., Stanford, Ky., Por fullnarttcular.. . fAlv,.. ., ..t.i.. MRM. N. C. IKIir.llKAItr. i'rlrirli.!. Stanford. Lincoln Co.. K.T. Cincinnati New Publishing Call on Joshua D. Swope. t We the undersigned voters of Lincoln county, having the utmost confidence in your integrity and abil ity, besides being eminently fitted in every other respect to represent the county in tbe next Legislature, do hereby asc you to be come a candidate for that office, promising you the sup(ort of many other voters be sides the names hereto annexed. Respectfully, S. M Owens, J. E. Wright, J. F. Hocker, J. M. Carter, Jr., R. Smith, Wm. J. Daugherty, O. J. Thurmond, Green Moore, T. J. Cbriaterson, Crit Smith, JSsj.- - J. J). .Scope, It Is a Democratic paps', dernted to Kewa, Markets, Agriculture and l.ternlure, and will Ixedllnl with the view of making It adeilr-abl- e Katnlly Newtpaper Aa a new candidate for public favor, Tbe Weekol Ha read- ly News will cater to the retulrem-nt- a era. It win inorouiniyaiicuuau live questions N will give pirtlcular attention to of the day. It Mt. the gathering of the nswa Eapeclal care will be laaen in compiling ido Tarioua manei report, in lhalnlereatof the firmer, a coodl ipse will be Will practice hla orofeaalon In Iiockcastle and derated to agriculture. (Jrcersl literature snd rsrloua inattera fitted for the lamlly circle will adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals, comprlM an Important department ol the paper, epeclsl attention given to collections. and It will be tbe purpoo o' the management to so edit snd publlah the The Weekly Newt aatocom mend It in and make It a welcome visitor la eeery household Th M'rcklrNewalis Urea auarto. comalnlrtr Because your house, or your goods, or your lire alxtyfour columns of rending matter, printed on a Block, or your other property have tut been burnt a line article ol calendared paper. it will be aold at tbe or Injured by Ore or lightning, la no guaranty that In order to reach nil cla-se- s, following low they can mot be. Don't you think, men, that it would be crudent to secure Indemnity In case such loaa or damage abould occur f I otter you thia 1 00 J A tingle copy, one year inat tne lowest rates ootatnaoie in any nm-cia- ss A club of ten copies, mailed to one pottoffice, surance Company, I repreaent aeven and you mar 0 03 one year Uke your choice. If. A club of twenty copies, mailed to one pott . ... 17 00 office, one year A club of thirty coplea. milled to one post- 21 00 office.one A club of fortr copies, mailed to one post- SO 00 office, one year.. And larger cluba at tho rate of 75 cents per Having concluded to remove to Texts, t oOer for copy per annum sale my And In addition, TheWeekly Kewa will be ma'l-peraon who will raise a V IliiMlucfta frM for one Tear to anr club ot twenty or more annual subscribers st one Com blned In one, situated In the town of Crab Orpuatoffice, and forward Ibelr narara and addreas chard, Ky., on Lancaster afreet. The building ia with tbe requisite amount of money, as per a bo re two and one-ha- lf atorlea high, 83x21 feet and contaDieor raits. tains In all elgbt rooms. The storeroom It 20x40, with counters and aheleing olcelyand properly arranged, wllh ail the outbuildings neceaaary to and the taste ol the moat fastidious, and an abundance of purs wster for drinking snd household puiposes.bcsutlfui shade aod fruit treea St CO.. M. Co. Importrrs snd Jobbers of Dry floods. Notione, Ac, PlltlCf, 637, 630, til Main Street, Cor. Sixth, L.OTJiHVi:cx.r ROBINSON ATTOR Hn n.EY - ICY. JWICDKTT, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Vornon, Ky. AT LAW, Propr This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Roputation, FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. AND Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall bo, Second to no Country Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. tt,iTjns of svnsciii vtioxi .......... ... J.. I'llll.irct. jer.. ........ .. FOR JjfAIE ! Baggage still be eoarejed to sad frost the depot to Commercial Tratelera. Tbe Bar will be alwaya sapplled with the choicest braads of Llqoors and Cigars. Keeltlcnee IIouhc, PREMIUMS TOR CLUBS , .. wt.A .W Kentucky's Koutc roa The only line running East adorning andbeautlfjtiig the entire piemlsea, all in a coo.1 and health? condition. Anr one desir .UVOW VU...U mil WUHIIIUUICM "IHWP the ten largest cluba of ing s cheap yet raluabla residence, among a deftend... The Weeklr ,Newt people, would do well to call .... to l 11 - w. vuj .no 1 1.. .. ... er and proiiroui piemisra before purchasing elsj- lUllllieiuuBCllucmniuiiuj wvoi. and examine the day ol July, 1883. Each tubstrlptlon In theso wnere. lermarcaaonaoie. cluba will be 92-- tf JOH.N F. SiTHODK. $1,000 IN GOX.D !... nlilaln .nil ni. JI.,ILl.l .... .l.n.s ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. . 1300 . 2CO Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS For Largest Club 2d 3d In gold. W.T.Dodds, E. T.Young, . . . . a, - Cicero Reynolds, Fayette Moore, R. II. McAninch, F. M. Ware, C. F Epperson, Thomas Smith, R. II. Givens, Ed M. Ete; A. L. Arneti, J. L. Tanner, J. U Beck. Col. IV. G. Welch for State Senator Col. W. G. Welch, Stanford, Ky. Sir: We the undersigned citizens of Lincoln county desire you to become a candi date to fill the unexpired term of lion, Robt. Blain, in the Senate of Kentucky: Geo. H. Bruce, E. W. Brown, S. P. Stagg, J. P. Bailey, Joe S, Grimes, J. Blain, Henry Green, D. W. Vandivee r, I. M. Bruce, W. T. Green, W. B. McRoberts, W. E Varnoo. E. R. Chenault, Thos. Richards, W. G. Raney, Thos. W. Varnon, M. CSaufley, J. B. Hocker, Wm. M. Bright, J. B. Paxlon, Robt. S. Ltle, II E Miller, Geo. McA lister, J. G. Carpenter, W. B. Withers, J. W. Haden, Thos. W. Blackerby, A. R. Penny, Geo. D. Wearen, Thos. Metcalf. J. M, Cooper, J. B. Gentry, I). R. Carpenter, J. D. James, W. II. Higgles, John J. Bright, J. T. Craig, A. T. Nunnelley, Jno. B. Owsley, II. J. McRoberts. 5th 6th 7th 9th till . 100 M 80 70 Go SO Olde Folkes' oncorto To I A SOLID TRAIN FROM . el Tea In 70 Pablle IFall In ye conn trie town 01 aitinioru, on j.. ! tth 10th . 30 . 20 SBSi?fcv Ltdla Hlirhtlrer Cbarltr Doollttle TE JAW. 30. Louis t lllcCliiciuiiHli mul Iiy., Connecting Lex-IiiKto- u, 11,000 Total.. rartlea wo king lor the abore premluma must in,arlably tend one dollar with each name and they should glee namea wllh P. O. addresses, and send money aa hit aa the subscribers are obtained eSmall amounts of uoaer may be sent by mail at the Corapany'e rlex, but amounts orer ft must be tent by iwstoffice money ord.r, check or br regit-cere- d letter. Send for specimen copy and then subscribe for It. Addreoa TUE WEEKLY KEWS, 204 snd 200 Bace street, Cincinnati, Ohio. LY8TE OF YE BINDERS: NOMENKE. WASHINGTON CITY. In aame depot with faat trains lor lira. Bailer ....Mrs. Uuttman jerutna epnggins................3ira. iiaugnman Mre. McKinney Peace Pill kins SlncerllT Playfilr .Mn. Owsler The Kilty bnooka.. ..Mlaa Florence Truebeart llopo bllmmens.... ....... Miss Minnie Dinwiddle Penelone Llttlebodr.... ... ..Mlsa Lucy Burton Mlis Daisy Burn tide Patlenco PettlngiU Able VanAradale All Betty Lowe..... ........ ... is Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, CONDENSED TIME. NASHVILLE Father Alilom..... . Ueteklah Perkins .. Jonalban Doolittlo Parson btubbins Nebuchadnezzar Herculea..... MKMNE. .MI LOUISVILLE & For tickets snd further Information, apply to Dr. Huffman your nearest ticket office, or addreta Pentel JAM EH V. KKNST. ..... .Tom Johnson Oenl. Houthwcatera Agent, 310 W. Main bt., LoulsTllie, Ky. Obediah Llghtfooi. Walter Owaley ). w.sjf s dollar, Yepritoof admission will be one-ha- lf ii. w. ri'i.i.i:n. 150 cents). Ye children will be at half price, Osn'l Manater, Uen'i I'asa'r Agt. boors open at ye hour ot 7 r. it Hichuiond. Virginia. Myera ........Mr. Warren Mr. Virginia and North Carolina Points. ..Robt. rni, HAILllOAD LINE. THAINS QOINO NOllTII. Not. 26, Lie. Richmond...... jiDcster....- -. " Wllllamaburg.... ' London. ........ " Livingston...... Crab Orchard.. ' 18S'i. Ex bun. 43 Wmwjm H'JLMstear " hhclbr Citr ' Iio tllle Junction... Mltcbtlliburg-....- -. ' Lebanon......... Arr. Lebanon Junction....... " Cincinnati Junction... " Louisville. ..... Nov 20, I82. .. Lte. LouIst111s Lie. blanford.... 11 Crab Orchard... Arr. Utlngslon " London.. ' Wllllamaburg Lts. Lancaster ....... Arr. Richmond.. New Ktaulord..... listen... 8 SO 5 00 7 00 8 00 9 07 9 60 10 13 10 13 10 U 11 50 12 3 1 33 pm (ms j SHWSSTfa PHARMACISTS USALLLS IS z.J Drugs, Boohs, Stationery and anoy Articles. rbyayclana' preset Iptlona accurately compounded. Also . ... ... ,.J ,... . 3 00 3 IS TRAINS UOINU SOUTH. BfwiWuLBcj"islsje . f. I JEiVKLElCSTJ Jcirelrj m Judge Jere Black fell a short lime ago and fractured his right arm in several places. Being an old man, the physicians ssy that he will probably never recover the use of it. A eui prising fact is that he has learned to write with great facility and rapidity with his left hand, and still conduct his own correspondence STANFORD Apples, per li, 8 10 Bun. .. .. Largest Stock of Wntchei', Clocks, X 2 00 p u 2 62 " 33 a m Mlvcnturo . ..' o20 7 20 2 80 8 30 " " " " " Lower than Erer brought to this market Trlct-Ibe Lowest. Watchea, Clocks aud Jewelry Ito llicd on short notice snd Warranted. RETAIL MARKET. PULLMAN PALACE OARS" e poor-hou- Butler, per Koatt,' ' lb.... m. -- .. Uarou blilea, llama, " . ......... Shoulders, per lb UrtJkfitt Bieeu, per lb, ......... . per l- l- ,......19c ,. . Memphis, Little Rock, Mobile, Montgomery, .JI.M To snd New Orleans, 25c Emlgranta toTexaa have thelrcholceof tworoutea: vis Memphis or ,1a New Orlesna. Time much quicker snd rates lower than by sny other ...10c route. It Is also the t5c 10c THE BOOKWALTER SAVE AND DUE ABLE QUICKEST, Rout CHEAPEST AND BEST SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. 1 Ckeeas Coal, per Lu., delivered la town CoOVe ono-ha- lf . CgSI...MMMM...M...H. .... K..W car-loa- d Flour, per cwt, Lard Meal Molastce, N. 0.,per Naila, iwr lb. .............. ........ .... ....... . .. .......... points In Missouri, Kantaa, Illinois, to tCc Indiana,allIowa, Nebraska, Colorado., Arkansas. Infact, there ia no Uuglua that equa'a It for Trice. Simplicity, Durability aul Reliable Work. It la 3&8c Only one change to Chicago, bt Louie and East. Just THE E.NUINK to Drlre 20c Fur further information about tickets to the South, Kansas, Colorado, ami emlgiant rateato He C. ATNtlME, Florida, sddreta ......10(t15c Urn. Paat. sod Ticket Agt Louisville, Ky. Or F. J. Anthony, Agt.. Stanford, Ky. 0c ..-.2CORN I. 1 PRINTING PRESSES SHELLERS, - 15c ,....-o0c .- rotate, ilght-of-wa- y Salt, per IM-.BoJs. per Sugar, llrowu " While 8jrrupt, per til........-...-...- .. Vinegar lb...... .... ......, . .....tl....... .., r bu............ ...... .-. - ,. Jo - 600730 , 004 60c WM. DAUGHERTY Wood Suiv.s, Hyde, to Daugherty - KENTUCKY Cotton Gins, STANFOHD, a Hucccaeoi A Hiffil KwVBsHBHSHsl WfS-?- lcvator.s, Fevil tl W stills, ManuracrvsaM or ISHlHIMHttM ... ..8310 .IISI2IJ too Fine Carriages, Buggies, Corn Mills ,.... Wheat .... ...40c ...It Creameries, ' ChII Hay l'rcs.se.s, Isatlics, A'e. ton on car-loa- d Am lea Salte. The Ut elite la the world for Cuts, Drutece, Bores, Ulcers, Belt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chspped HtnJt, Cbllblalne, Corns, sod all Skla Eruptions, snd KMltlfcly cures piles. It ia guaranteed to give entire satisfaction or money refunded. Price 23 cents per box. Tor asle by Penny A McAllster free of Charge. All pertonnu tiering from Coughs, Colds, Asth ma, Uronchltla, Us of Voice, or any sSectloo of OF ALL KINDS. the Throat and Lungs, are rsqutiited to call at WAGONS Penny A McAlliter's Drug -- lore sod gtt a Trial We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, Bottle of Klng'a New Dltcotery for Coniuuipllou, Urst-ilat- a workiueu and using free of charge, which will cootloco them of He euploTtng only material, and sell at reaeonaUe ouly ffrst-clawonderful merits snd show what s regular dollar- -. yurr strle, workuausblu and material cunald'-11- ) , irAUUllKKTYa It bottle will do. Call early. Bucklen' AND PHAETONS, W My U all purchasers that wo guarsnteo our Wookwallcr Engines to ha well and aubstaullally madet loboasfe, almple, durable snd complete In construction, tu work well aud airs the full power We uuke the abote guarantee, and sell on tha Wlow. tlslmed wheu proerly attached snd ruina;ol lug condltlooa, tli: will gite the purchaaerths 4rat SOdajsJ "r the ariltal of the Englus lo glte It s fair aud eatUfactory trial, lu case I ho Engine falls lo come np to our guarantee, we will take back tbe Engine, retund etcrr dollar melted on the Engine, provided tho punliastr returns tbe Englueto hla neareai railroad station, aud leates It aublwt to our order by the close otuld 30 days' trial. Certainly no mail tould a k furs more liberal otter and coutraj t. at Tko Interior JeHriiHl OtHce hhiI hcoohu of tho tlcNirHble KiikIiivh in opcrHtloH. IlemeHiber every KiirIho Iihm eur KtiHrHiilee. IIchiI II i A'sXee' sua no rower EugluesndUollsr . .. tit) CO l'ower Engine and Uolfer lupins sud ioll.r.... . 344 00 . . . 4W 00 l'ower Edgtus snd Holler Delivered on fare st f riugllcld, Ohio Kor further Infonustloo and descrlptlre wphlsl, addreas the uiaaufacluisra, 03 If JAMCS LKlTJUIi A CO., NHrlHiiHfW, Okie. LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .... 1 y iMHj.1 ijiimj mmmmttmtttmmmffmmfmmmmim j 3t That blessings broaden M Ihoy Uko their flight none Jmtn moro reason to jvongnijw than tho modem iiouackecpor In llm primitive days of tho society of Tuesday Morning, - Jannary 30,1883 ln republic social entertainment wai a fVaniiro nlibo to tho hostess and lioit who received as well as the guest who to 'rittsvo .i.vn Mc;f. vMilod. No better cheer WAsiucumlioiit "I cflmo In (o givo youtliaitemof my 'or the guests than for tho family. Tho nr rival in town," ulih lmtrr mnn yeslomehold was not upset for weeks in terday, ns lio wnmlcreil into tlio Doom-Ctan- g itfpnratlon, nor tho normal domesticity oflico, wearing nn oliMiuthioneJ t r.mged, no inattor how many tho vis- Sflyrnonf coat, split ilown tho Imck, hits of prolonged their stay. When ninl iwtnts, a pair of tlrnrKsl nlxiut liiin nnd daintily secured In front by n (enpennr nail. pushed through your town Inst lg $nlmor$oumnl TkCAbxvR oi jfowt.4trr, ' lijui i j j. iiu oii,j . tmmmmm. mm 9MMto msifmffsmm0tmsmm$mifttismm I, Ttir ritnitXiSQ oune, By tni'sns of freezing parts may bo rendered wholly insensiblo to pain, so that slight surgical operations my bo oftsily performed. When tho freezing is long continued tho frown parts mnyloso thoir vitality entirely, which will causo them to slough away. Uy these means, excrescences, as warts, wens nnd polypi, fibrous and sebaceous tumors, nndjoven malignant tumors, as cancers, mnyjio successfully removed. Small cancers may sometimes bo cur,! bv roiieatod and freezing. Their growth may certainly bo impeded by this menus. A convenient tuodo of application in cancer of tho breast is to from tho neck a rubber bag filled with powdered ice, allowing it to lio ngniust tho cancerous organ. I'roez ing may bo accomplished by npplying n spray of ether, by moans of ah atomizer, or by a freezing mixture composed of equal parts of pounded ico nnd salt, of two parts of snow to ono of salt. Mix quiokly, put into n gauze bog, and apply to tho part to lio frozcu. In throo to six minutes tho skin will liecomo nhito nnd glistening, when tho bag should bo removed. Freezing should not bo continued longer than six minutes at a time, as the tissues may Iks harmed, though usually no harm results from repeated freezing, if proper caro is used in thawing tho frozen part. It should bo kept immersed in cool water, or covered with clotlia kept cool by fre quent wetting with cold water, until tho natural feeling is restored. Felons may often bo cured, especially when they first begin, by freezing two or throe times. Lumbago nnd sciatica; as well as other forms of neuralgia, ore sometimes almost instantly rclievod by freezing of tho skin immediately above tho painful part. Wo havo cured somo of tho most obstinate oases of sciatica by this means, after other remedies lind failed. Dr. J. Kellogg, in Physician. d LimW TrtEnn ore somo tiromUirur ounu n. who aro not careful about keeping tl word. TltOUUHTA m i . than Iheprlfoofone. AnstinATiox: "By shimminv. how in tho conscquenco of working tho mind to dot poy studies grammer," was tho refiring ut UO you vlllrrrelro far ono year your noine ptr wiin mo ino exhaustion than in similar abnso of tbo mark of a German when his son cnlled rtpreeontatltenrvtpaptr of thn Nuth. and the brlgbtretand ahleat lirallr Weekly. In tho body. him a " knock-kneepigeon-toeUnlteil Htatea. Thoeo who dralre to examine a aax plo copy ot tbt can do ao al glazed-eyeDr. Parker, of New York, delivered a seven-sidesou of a thliofflce. lecturo in tliat city, in which ho showed I tho evils proceeding from tho transgresA uiNis-TEat Richmond, Vn., recent- GO EAHT1 VJ2W1' I OO sion of tho limits of their powers by lit- ly swooned whilo marrying his old t.O XV OUT II I erary men. I sweetheart to nnother man. If his part VIA LOUISVILLE Ho said : " No man can do head-wor- k of tho ceremony mado htm swoon, what faithfully for moro than four or five or nervo the man who was married must six hours. If that timo is exceeded all liavo had to stand np under it. Motion & MISSISSIPPI R. tho phosphorus is carried off, and tho Post. I man becomes irritable, broken down and A noted physician says many persona has soitcning of the brain. simply by deep and rapid inhalations of Press. a DAILY TRAIKS 3 " I havo seen this overwork in lawMASSACHUSETTS 3IXX 3IATCIIIXO yers, doctors, clergymen nnd merchants pure nir, can liecomo as Intoxicated on "Yes, sir; wo tumble." oxygen as if they had taken n draught Louisville to Cincinnati ! STOMES. who havo worked tho brain for ten "AH right. Just say that Mr. "Well, of alcohoho stimulants. Hero is a point Tho only man who ever beat a nitroTHE EA8T AND MORTlt. ington Kcrsikcs passed cast yesterday hours. tho man who has walking rapNe " Thoy havo dropped nndcr the bur- for home from tho been in tho night Free Tartar On andChange. Day Ctoachee Without his special car Boiso City, having glycerine explosion after it was once in idly club been on a visit to the Pacific coast, with started is John McClcory, of Pennsyl- den. You ennnot iolato tho law of God air. 4 4 DAILY TRAINS a view of purchasing the State cf Cali- vania, no saw what was coming and with impunity. Sir Walter Scott did a ran. His coat tail was cut off and his largo amount of brain-wor- k "Wkix, Andrew," a gentleman re. fornia as a country scat. That is a in his day, Hi. Ho jumped, but ho did not overwork himself. In his marked to a Scotclimun, who, with his JLoui.svIiIc lio, of course ; but yon just back somewhat scratched. with somo assistance from behind, about latter days, howovor, ho became pecun- brother, was tho only remnant of a narAND THE Wrirr, say how much the strain on your conscience will bo, and Pll go down in my 100 feet, and continued running until iarily embarrassed, and resorted to liis row sect, "I supposo you and Sandy Sleeping Can and Day Cuaihrt to SI. Louie With out mango. ho dropped from fatigue. Ho kept ahead literary pursuits to savo himself ; overalls and make it all right." but he nro tho inly bodies who will get to '2 of tho flying fragments just as Baron worked too 2 DAILY TRAINS heaven, now?" "Deed, sir," replied That is why wo have charged this hard, and completely broke Andrew, shaking his head, "an I'm no' Louisville to Iinllnnajiolin, Chicago, article at 10 cents a lino on tho com- Munchausen kept ahead of tho rain, himself down. and there may bo a lid about it somepany's books. Mill JTye. " Ono of tho licst scholars I over know so suro about Sandy." AND THE NOKTII where, also. This is something akin to completely broko himself down in his Tnnt u yousg ltd? In Worcester Day Coachro and Kelllnlng Chair Cara Through hair xujtvixa white sixolb tho story which old CoL Reed, of Acton, 8o potreJ by crow of aromitcr, WIII.A..I lh.... IIIIV.I VUMIV, younger days, but ho lived on to 70 xiftiir. Tint ber mother crtal, Hamuli Alxwt Ufteen years ago a young man Mass., relates, nnd maintains that he though he could only work somo four WnnlilUKlun, Hnltlmurr, 1'hllnilrl-phln- , furpriwd at yourmannahl I'm for Aew kork ami llonlon, of tho circumstances. ft hj don't jon behat aa you nccatcrT named Henry Iticknnls, who lived at was an hours a day. After theso hours ho enThla la the Very Beat Koule, at You Hare No A QCirr young man from Shanghai Torre Haute, Ind., was going homo ono Ono of tho powder houses on tho bank gaged in vigorous exercise to keep him mango oi iraio Indulged in a pleco of mtnre pal ; evening about dark from a visit to a of th) stream below Concord blew up (as out of tho house as much as possible, r IIU Ufa work la o'er friend, and was walking along the rail- they are in tho habit of doing on an and ho continued ono of tho liest prola Hare Throaih Day Coarheaoa IHTralait Ilia form here 00 moer two or three times a fessors in tho country."- - Youth's Com of WUlTlaiUsbetotheal. road truck. Some little distance from average Ilaro No MtdnlRht Changes tonn was a very higli trestles ork over year) and sent a man flying through tho panton. Arilrc at Et. Louli 2 lloara la Adiaate of At a wlmlo exhibition, a youngster Other Llan, therthy atrurlng more time .r n creek, there being no planks placed air, throwing him completely over a asked his mamma if tho whalo that swalI- - making change of cara and felting flnt choir hill. Ho as accompanied in xiib ituxdkkeu. across for wall.iug, so that people had to round-tolowed Jonah had as largo a mouth as the ol aeata In cara of connecting lloea. his terrible flight by an instrument Two sailors went with a tamo parrot ono before tbcm why didn't Jonah walk go over on tho ties. probably something shorter than tho to a show in Tokio, whero a Japanese out. at one corner. "You must think Itirkanls was walking along at a liveTo Indlanapolla and Chicago, and the only ride along ly rat, and when ho arrived at tho ordinary hoe used in tho manipulation of was giving an exhibition of Jonah was, a fool ; ho didn't want to walk 5!5 lino firing Ita the iborea ot Lake Michigan. interspersed with ncrobatio feats. out and get drowned," was tho quick rebridge he did not stop to think that a saltpeter which, just before ho landed, At tho end of each trick tho sailors ply of a younger brother, K'fore tho train coming in was then due, but, be- cut him slick in twain through tho waist. For TIckcta, Eatea, Time, Mipa, Ac. apply to ing in a hurry to get home, ho started Tho legs walkod off for a distanco of would say: "Now, isn't that clever! mother could answer. Tlrkrl Agenl nf f'oiiiirrlluic Linen, or addreta to walk across on the crossties. Ho had several yards, and tho tmnk, pointing Wonder what ho'll do next?" "Thrashino by steam," murmured a K.K. IIH4MVN Coulhern I'aengrr Agt, With each act of tho performance fond mother as sho glanced at an nrtic'o gotten nearly lialf-wa- y across the bridge its indox finger toward tho retreating S. E. Cbr. th end Main Ml, UuUillle, Ky. Or, to J. D. IIILt,llrnl. Act , astonishment increased, and they ulien the train came slipping around n saddle, exclaimed: "See thero 1" A their s "What in an agricultarnl paper. ILanon, Kentuckr W It. Mil ATTIC. W. W I'EABODV, curve nt a lively rate. Ho saw the train bystander, who didn't seem to take much J kept muttering: "Wonder what he'll theydohave nowadays. If I had had (Jrn'l Kuperlnteoileut, tlen'l t'aaa. Agt., nt onco aud btartcd to run, but saw that stock, so to speak, in tho Colonel's do next?" Cincinnati, Ohio. one of thoso steam thrashers for my four Tho parrot heard this exclamation so it was useless as it would certainly over- story, related what occurred in his sawboys, my arms wouldn't havo beon as When often that ho picked it np offhand, as it rheumaticky as they nro take him before he could get off tho mill. Two dogs were lighting. and tho encounter became fiercest thoy got were. bridge. sho dreamily thought of tho past ns it Presently tho Japancso undertook to might havo been. Ho wai now in a terrible plight. To directly fn front of tho saw, on tho carr ran jump ofl'wos ccrtnin death, anil if lie ro- - riage which was slonly but surely mov- keep in tho an a number of bamboo THE MOST DEMHtABLE IIOUTE TO inained on tho track the train would ing- up to the- killing point. They sticks iguited at both ends, but, having T1IV XitWaPAPKK AH AX KltVVATOIl. Tho nowapapcr tlio universal literacrush him to pieces. There tos no seemed to be in a when his attention distracted by a movement woodwork beneath the bridge for him to ono of them was cut completely In two. in the audience, ho allowed ono of the ture of our people is itself becoming a And drcldedlr the I'onular Kuute. aflordlof. aa It Unfortunately it fell library of kuowlcdgo and art. No man dove, Iiu changtaand aupcrlor accouuiodalToua to hang on to, so he saw that his only Now, it is a proposition that sticks to drop. chanco was to swing on to u small iron oery dog has four legs, but no dog has upon a heap of firecrackers, bombs, etc., could read habitually oven ono of our Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, rod that passed under tho crossties. No hia fore legs behind ; nnd, howovor that which exploded, blow out tho walls, chief nownpapcrA "without an immense VI. blew off tho roof, scattered tho audienco opening of liis horizon of thought, a conteniplatea trip I n any direction, your luterral i timo was to lie loot as tho train was may be, ,tho two hind legs of this parwill he Uataerredb nun bulug rour tlcketa via nearly on tho end of tho bridge. So ho ticular dog ran away, whilo tho two foro in all directions, and sent tho parrot, great quickening of hia intellect, and a K. a and Cincinnati. 'i i raika eacn way j; i un . ew and aie; Lligint swung himself under tho ties, and in a legs remained 'and' whipped tho other minus its and one eyo, about substantial relation with tho thought man l'alaco furnUhed ltecllnlng Day Coacbea, lorio handeoioely Chair Cara the unequalN and feeling of tho wholo world. Tho thereby making equlitneutt or inn um itanabie,a fow moments was hanging on for dear dog. Col. Heed simply said: "If I 400 yards. a trip orer lull line one ol As tho bird camo down with a flop, it difference between a man who can read conifurt and plrature. Try It. life. Tho engineer hail seen him just told Buch a lie as thaj I'd havo no hopes before ho swung under tho bridge, and of heaven " Shoe tutil Leather Jlo bhrieked: " Wasn't that clover Won- well enough to enjoy his nowspapcr and TIME TAIILE, IN fctrrJOT DEC SI, I88i. one who cannot is hardly to bo estider wliat ho'll do noxt? " tried to stop tho train, but did moro vrnrter. l,o. t, No. 4, SOl'TII. No. a. mated. I supposo our nowspapcr eduharm than good, as ho only succeeded rur. AOK .Hin,tcLi:n, jjoir vr.ovn is mauk. IIU cation is tho most influential of all in Lre, Corlngton... . S 00 a in 1 SO p m I 8 00 pi ui in checking tho speed of tho train and 9 40 4 10 p iu II is ui " Fatuioutb " Do youbeliovoin miracles," Alonzo? Flour was formerly mado Uy simply Cyntblana., Id SO a u tW p ullOUillu country. But it depends for its mado it a longer timo in passing over Well, wo should preach. When a man grinding wheat at ono operation to tho this It 80 a ui 5 4) p UllUIUpul " l'arii. existence ami its improvement on the Arr. Islington, 12 IS p lu o p iu.iizu put tho form of IUckards. As tho cngino can sit' down in a Now York restaurant I 2 II ui 7 0 p u llUliul ilnesl possible flour, and then separating preparation for its use and enjoyment Lre. Lriluglon passed over tho coals of lire from tho and haro brook Arr, Wlucbeiter., i il p in S 20 p Ul U 10 am trout, spring chickcu, by sieves tho flour from tho bran, neMl Biwllug d UI II u iwpu Vi 43 au mado in our common schools. It rises ushpan dropped out, and a number of venison utcak and reed 7 :i u ir Aabland bird served off cessarily grinding in much of the bran TUaui in tono, spreads in intellectual breadth ' HuoltDglon.. them dropied on his hands, burning the samo old soup ui p ui bone, wo nro ready to with dour and discoloring whilo much and increases in moral purity as tho it, No. 8. No. I. No. 6. Nuktii tho flesh to the lione, us ho could not tako in any miraclo you over saw in of tho very best material was separated reading class becomes moro numerous Lto. Huntington SO a u shako tlicm off, and to let go would havo print. Beliove in miracles? When tho with tho bran and lost. Tho latter com7 IS t u Aabland.. and varied. It is a great mistako to been certain death. Mt Sterling II S8 a ui S 80 a in American farmer can put a quart of " Wlncheatir.. IJ II p ui 10 a ui mon method is to grind very coarsely njieak lightly of now spapers. Tho press, Tho trial wan at length over, and. Btrawberrics in a box Arr. LetlDgton . I 13 p IU 7 Wa iu that won't hold a II l p Ul 7 41 a iu 3 13 pm nearly dead from fright and oxhaustion-wit- h pint of sand ; when almost any coal the wheat bevcral times, using strong I think, has n somewhat romautio and Lre. Leilogtoo.. S Upui 5 00 p IU I'arla 8 M p u t II a ui 4 a in hi hundi burned in n terrible man- dealer can mako 1,700 weigh a ton ; blasts of air between each grinding to exaggerated idea ot its supremacy in Cyuthlana.. eeparate tho bran from tho granulated creating or leading public opinion, but " Kaluiouth... . lUpu 10 III a ui SK pui ner, ltiokards swung himself upon the when n common-lookin- g 6 IS p iu 11 SS a ui 8,5 pm Arr. Corlngton. clerk can interior portion, and at last crush it to in its general educating intluuuce, its bridge again and ran home. When ho mcasuro whole MAYaVILLE DIVISION a yard at one anucp of a tlio lloor, relieved of all tho bran. Tho stimulus for thought, it ha a certain No. I.r Ualngion A inn Arr MayarllleSIOpia reached thore his hair had uot turned, thirty-threinch stick; when a new olectrio mothod consists in passing tendency to create a taste for better No. 10 ' MayarilleSOuaui " Lexington 2iau but in a short timo afteruord it began No. II block of ico looks small alongsida I'arla 8 20 am. Mareillla 8 4.1am tho middlings under revolving reading than it can itnclf supply. I do No. Ii" Mayallleli4'ijm Lealngtous3piu to get gray, and by morniug tas almost a e hailstoue ; whou any barcylinders, electrified by contact with not boliovo it i cosy to overrate its naixjrfcctly white. LouUvllle Courier keeper turns whisky into water before ho nhcepskin. The particles of bran fly up tional No 0 rune dally and Iiu dayroachia froinQu-dnnaJlcv. Dr. JI. II". imjiortauce. Journal. to M aldington, I'ullmau Kleepera to Kaoa. epulis up in tho morning ; when you can to meet the, wuaraiia.iv va ami lutnuirg Lbair tar to Lexrubber, from which they Hallows. loglou bloa ouly at Hatloui on K C. H. It. Tnu Now Albany Pros says: "The put out u lire with illuminating oil ; nro turned off iu a sido channel, tho pit- uicie time Is glteu. No. 2 rum dallr. eicrnt weekly paper culls tho jewels of thought uhon you can find a miraculous draught It is intimated that lawn tennis and Sunday, ha urougo iacueaio nuu lugiou. io. lifted middlicg, freed from bran, passing 4 runs dally, irptSundsy, baa through coaches aud now from tho moss and presents of fishes in thosky-blu- o milk; when a through rollers to becomo fine flour. laziness were prominent factor in caus- to Ml riterliog and parlor lar to MaysriUe. No, S Waablogtho sumo to its readers in a condensed, commitluo of women ota church fair can ing the collapse of Thomas Hughes' ton. fulloisubaa eUginlday coach fruui Falla andSleetier fruui Kanawha iiarior cars from Lealon un lu Cluclnnatl. Onlr tasteful and palatable shape. Tho whol make a barrel of aoup with ono covo His Mas a disgusted boy. no had ex. Rugby enterprise in Tennessee. three sloia Nos. lands lun dally, eicept fjuu- paper in read from beginning to end. It oyster; when do wo lieliovo in oreised great caution, and had finally s, day, and hare through coaches from llunllogtou No matter how slistiered the system wit andMt merllng. Direct conncctluu at Lesluglon is a paper which is taken to bo read and doubting Alonzo ? It is an ago of Bucceeded in creeping, unobserved, unwllb slagre for llldiioonJ.Ky , Uwrenceburg.Ky., be from excraces of sny kind, the Great Herenjoyed, and occupies a field peculiarly tuirocloii. Tho world is full of miracles, der tho canvas into the tent. And ho man Invigorator will secure health ami hip snd Versalllw, Ky, C. L UKO'.VN, (I. W. BENDEIt, its own, which can not bo Invaded nor or overrun with rascals. You may found it was uot a circus, but a revival piueas. rice aihrrtUement. For sale br buperlulendent. Oeu'lfais ATkt. Al. (Icneral efflcce, Curlogloa, Ky, IVniir A McAliiter, Htanford. superseded by any dully." meeting in progresi 1 Ifawkeve. May, and you noticed in your parser that I was a westbound passenger on the orerland rain, I havo called to tell you that I am on my way back." " Had n pleasant trip "Well, only partially so. I enjoyed tho journey out to San Francisco very much. Went out in section No. 11 of a Pullman to take, a position as a cashier of a 'Frisco bank, but when I got there, I found nn old man holding tho job who bad given good satisfaction for nino years. I hadn't tho heart to tako tho placo away from him, nnd tho President seemed to feel tho snmonbout It." " So you didn't get tho job ?" No, not very much. I couldn't get confirmed by the Senate. Tho Presi dent told mo that perhaps 1 conld get n position ns Sergeant-at-Arm- s of 11 hen ranch np tho gulch, lint I embezzled four dozen of eggs to take mo into tho circus, and, while, I was looking nt tho boa constrictor, a Sheriff, or something of that kind, cacio along and cnlled mo down. I am now returning to my native tonn on ray own recognizance, or on one-le- g bail, ns tho vulgar herd wonld call it." "Aro you going by ieckl car 1 " " Not exactly. I got a chance to wilk part of the way, and from hero to Omaha I shall tako tho position of Steer Inspector Extraordinary on a stock train. It is quite n change, to go West in n Pullman, nnd then work your passago homo by punching cattlo at tho station. However, 1 wanted you to ray simply that passed through on my way East and 111 send tho paper home. Mako it ns full of glittering pomp and Oriental scallops as possible, and will pay you for it. Ton seo I'll get pretty near home, and I'll tako a bath nnd fix up a little, and coino down into town in pretty good shape, nnd now all want is iho aid and encouragement of tho press. Do you seem to grasp my mean-ing- "I r lilock-nnd-ta- n to-da- ?" Washington invito I tho Marquis nnd Mnrohioness Do Lnfnyotto to visit him at Mount Vernon, ho told him that M Inmo Washington would regalo him w th some of t' cooking in Virgin suprvincd y herself nnd done by the slave cook of tho estate, lint ho Inid fifnal emphasis on tho hams by Madaino Mnrlha and tho ieach iirnmlr protlnccd from his own receipt. Of nil evening there would bo cards and conversation, and now and then tho Virginia gentry wonld drop in of on evening, nod there would lo a soreno cotillion or n joyous Virginia reel on tho grat veranda, tho grinning darkies keeping timo on tho green sword, nnd the fiddles scraped into tho liveliest of dancing airs. This was a rule of cnterlainmont in tho old times. People saw much of oach other. Life is tranquil in its morry- sinking as it Mas measured in its affairs. Have mo then really increased tho sum of social joy by tho new ilovices imagined for tho coteries into which great cilios nro broken up ? Is tho " Germau" a moro rational means of bringing young peoplo together than tho long evenings of calm conversation, moderate, dancing or discreet gaining which used to givo our grnndmothcrs tho air ami tono of high breeding and domesticity? Tho social instinct has perished utterly from among us. It is no compliment nnd littlo pleasure to bo included in tho printed lists of a great crush at a lordly mansion. A young man may bo a habitue, for mouths and oven years at a social rendezvous in cities like Philadelphia, Now York or Baltimore, and be unknown to the host or hostess whoso doors aro open to him, and who solicit tho "pleasure of his company" a scoro or bo of times a yenr. Tho soul of hospitality is, or should be. How much can thero bo sincerity. while, tho visiting list is made up by current demand of having popular personages rathor than the law of selection of personal friends? Philadetyh la Or-n-. lst itself, Is not goes. puffed up," nnd yet somo men oxtH'ct a Tnn wisdom of tho wise, and tho ruff every timo thoy givo HI to nn ludi of ages, may bo preserved by gent old woman's society. quotations. ARcMiANproicrbsnys: "Before go Tub flowers of rhetoric nro only acing to war, pray onco ; beforo going to ceptable when backed by tho evergreens sen, pray twice; before getting married, of truth nnd sense. pray threo times." Wb do lovo licauty at first sight, and A nKTimNEii East Indian was compliwo do ccaso to lovo it if it is not accom mented on his genial diaiiosltiiin aud panied by nminblo qualities. largo heartednes . "Yes," ho replied. The virtue ot n man ought to lio measneed less heart, but moro liver." ured, uot by his extraordinary exerThe Oil City Derrick thus sudly conduct, tions, but by liis ovcry-da- y "A great many men would NoTHlN-- is rich but tho iuoxhnustiblo rather lio n receiver of a defunct insurwealth of nature. Sho shows us ouly ance company than a in tho surfaces, but sho is million fathoms deep. liouso of tho Lord." Ir does aggravate a man to think that, Thb wholo univorso ot God will crumble to pieces beforo Ood will overlook or whilo his wifo isn't afraid to tacklohim and nearly yank his head off, shots despiso ono singlo tear ot genuine remadly terrorized by n cow that ho can pentance. Qnttr thouM bo chaso out ot tho yard nt any time, Uo Joy majettif, equable, Ktttte, look for tho support of every old Outi8nntDg,rlanslog, raiting, making frer. Wb woman in this county when wo boldly Sin eg rtnlnie mull tretiblo, to comniau J thought, assert that thero aro not threo members Oital Uiaaii.t. grata thougliU. ill .agUla lining ti of Congress who know to within threo hours when is ready to wax IE!!. A GRA1ID COSIEIS.HUS, liii, Detroit Free Press. Exi'stuexce is tho extract of suffering. Amino onco cultivated will not lio fallow for half an hour. "1 8KB that winter is lingering in Ih rATtRNOB, tho second bravery of man, lap of spring. Tho horrid thing is, perhaps, greater than tho first. 11. Tub pnblio mind is educated quickly A wrr being asked, on tho failure of i by events slowly by nrguments. bank, " Wcro yon not upset ?" replied-"No- ; Spanish proverb: Tlio man who stumI only last my bnlance," bles twico on tho samo stono is a fool. to small boy : " What doe Ir tho end of ono mercy wero not tho the proverb say about thoso who llto in beginning of another wo worn undone. glasshouses?" Small lioy: "Pulldown Liuns to tako lifo ns it romos, but lio tho blinds." sure to mako tho licst of it before it FatftM'lnarl 1040 lilt IIIIKITIII tltMirn nintrtolit. Sunder minlo IVuim KrrhT nhim nrtiii " mini liier Mrelirt Thnrklar night, fWlar Wfi.ool at too Kri II. i "BHADTORD riom siiLjumnm PORTABLE MILL COM.WHIATJUIII. An1rtM plainly THOSFlPAOrORDlCO. 1I i ETIIiiUlir.fl'll'TII nfj -- UI.T It ' MniilMU aoA a !rrmi,Murrlnulnt. Trf u. r. It, iimiwiti.o II.11,W V-.-.4 a, Miipertntenilrnt IJAITIST. KT. J. M. Ilacet, 1'aator. HtftlfJ I) onXremhl ant Fourth Nun'lnJ". morning ami nlthl. I'rayn Heeling every WMnee.lay Sumlay Nhool at .0 a. at. It, K. Put row ader-nof- cra FREES RELIABLE SELF-CUR- onK.ntnJ and I'aurlh J,Hi al 1 nt err lAM'ailay ITeoenlng by E A favor la rrrarlrtlon fit nna rf lbs Irtaltfta fllotriott ftt'il MlcTArul brmmm In tbaU.fl. .ttawrtiirrd for thritrtof Urn! end ref JHfnef. ltirMraelire ttuliJMHfrf uut Oil .. u plain etaled cnvtlopeV. uperlnlendnt. flltlJUlYTIIIlAN. SOUTH -- lift I. 8. Mr M- I my. pai(e. MnrMty Srhnol l M John W. Union Prater Meeting on limn, MHpMinifmi-WednMilty ir J. ". i Uird'a dart. Sunday School T "CiiAnrrrranntethnot Addreu DR. WARD A CO., Uulilina, Mo. annuallr tlrm. !:. nigMa ROBBED MunJ health rr . barrm i f umi orthoarrat tiur n rMl llTerfliigel, ara ofthelr "I Whlrh pO'HUflT anil....,?i!ir rre fliljlii. nr frnrti. na'iwd tr .iceta-aMe- an iiieea kind i ronow a rm'. mil liur ii rfihiirai, ami of lf Aiue, an enjuenro of energy, I aeot memo r. uelrrrMl laealiu le, pain In ih back dlnineee of Melon rrrimlur ekl ear. ami luanr other dteeoeee that lead to roeiautonilnn anil a pre- luemragrat areoii for elrriilara vllh Treo l.r mail Th VIISOHA Tint l tohl al II pee lot. or all haara for IS. be all drugalitt, or will bo tent frrv br mall, ere relj , b editiMiIng aealnl, on rrrlpttrp,i-e- GERMANINVIGORATOR! bi AnM Arf IiMIi iNinnil I k nf M i Ipwrnr) AilvKvl" vrfmg Mm bra Id mil ir I'livalrlaii. SENT FREE Ump AJJr , THE Nervous Exhaustion, Premature Do say, Iioss of Memory. ,iifiMiiet MIlWAUKtC, VtiS. HtALTH JOURNAL, Plain English! JS ItEKE EXPRESSEDl Jan-Wi- ll. tiaatM. ffoM Qua mor-nlize- Solettent II. Kr Iho I'mlrd iiaiee r. j. i iir..i:v. Adtint ttrrel, lotedo,(thlo ," iyr llAlhKirT,o li raft CiteuiMUlUTMa HIT Kant, Ifi -ntfr Mteii inernellllMa door-tend- er rsssrweaas1 fHcrr ai rfflffir! VJQ aM 3? (b i. n I tiivn Mtinaf lhm I hcQ 4I 1m lafi irn im Iom tiU t;rtitfnaat mivI I truly ronitnOHmA n nm mr ttnem Ihsl llni Ovt, tfh( I hurm bcf tftt nunf haAt(-tilfIhn tilTfr wiltta ttl ftf mlLtWtMiau. mu vm r BrT retifitlvl Mir tblni PIM f m i ruargri cfcwmi V Wo cxiutlnno ki OOJi- 1 troubloa with nrvou or phytic! debility or lmnoten rntMt clrcuUr la aaat fr t. h n I tail ftrMtmton noctal cnnl ta HAHMI3 RT.MlDrCO. fit. Louis, Mo. Vwtnt y urad Yti nitd ur twtdf. f ? ttB 1t rtjtf tw To pvm y vcuiitf, in ma m afro or old man 1 TnlUfHrfibtMiinr mmHiltffrtMUll. I U tMk' laAatneSaHfnllf 11 soft-soa- p J. norr uricinruiiK tiik jiiiaix. in something moro dreadful Fnou tho tho album of tho Countess loB.: "Men always say, 'If yon do not love me, I will kill myself.' Later on wo say to them : ' If you love me no longer I shall die,' Ami, in the end, nobody is buried." Semi-Weekl- y Interior Journal And Hie Umltrllte Courier-Journ- al tJtCllU.O a fliinb' n ' nw natiin'iuina tniif. Africa In i t Ime l'lu-'iohti ii tin. u ht "rmti ultn tlio HCIUVTIPIl AMICIIU A, wl, rh liaa tlio largtxt nr en l.i trnii, end i tin ntnutntiii-entla- t li"p.,j.or (,rnkinit )iiildlb .111! tho trorbl. Tlio t,l vjiit.iKenirem In niitkf rrrr fir I Ej H in ii i .. ,rnl rtttenitH, r., . ii In r i taMlrit ,rf, a toi.wo hi c. f . I UrrnuiH . -- Thirty .It ml lean' , .11 ,j.klMl lniu.xi, trio r .i 'ir. TUTT'S . No XPEeTSRANT ItieliiMiItur nil llicmhrii ciifrllnt liyiM!(iiud IfbtflUM illftibftfor t Ih' r.rrU'l ion of IL t iMfTudtairtit-ti- i Hlliflit rull nflrn end lit roiittimpiioit. it iiNiiuroiiaiuiiritci Clirni. ll. tm ily iroitiplly. A tataftw r yLArtwMAn tho atuo ! lhat fun ml that norvntf-- ) prompt m....ir.K.i TINT'S UPtCTORART. A Inclr mliM tit lilrictntullut imilenro r.m riniiublii-ho.M Ulldi t -- il iB Il eonipoeol c( llerh.ii iklM i t,t tr io u rnJ ueU.wiiitiprriiir!' the iilitlmtcp of lh I.uiiri. t ierlirnlc thr ncfltl lunttcr i ttitf liith tht MiKt nioallii(t lilt Jul-- , "ttuftirtnieft III Ir iMtfhliiK rllallun t'sot tiom () cuujtj It clcaua Imiuirlllcri, '" rIltt irritKitirnfl i Weekly On 11 There year lor 83. no two pipera lor Utile mm wurka, rtresre1 copleil I n, 1 til eanetrro. i.alnnttl ! doalT" diportnuit f hmiielrla Himlo I Mkeliml In - nail, 10 cenko,arT8ifHiiitnrall nrwo- U ntlier 1 moobarm, Inrvtitimm to (Kltl(I.Yi.'i nt iiukiit iiraeirati m i r il mrliMx t ing wire. ..I iiil tiurier-journa- i. AiUrreej, Jlnrm A Co , jnibli.li- of Scion-tin- e w ork. AineriosH. art llrnwtway. about iwtmh) kmiI I froe. llainlbook lot lnflmmUton.aail Dtnttttaat' hvtr lrn N i 1 t, d Couilcr-Jmcrn- ." Afficted, Attention FOB THE MILLION. MANUF.irTCIimi HV TUTT'S PILLS DILOANN'S KEaiEDIES!! Mick M takff It ica.IIIv. 14 litraluatilit 3.V4. rltinnd Al In lr muti norrortlUlchlI Aplrtit rIvrurrttbvnMMt t'mtip It U - IlMti. m trtrj f amllf , 01 I W K. (I ANN. II , MONTICELLO. KY. fill and Intitealo latealloex ot man. jet all Ike ! romhlned talent ami th .1 th vorW oaaee-e- r anytbenc thai ae knoon haenorer The wotH It SIM with tho vonderftii. Ixail- - APT DIRECTLY ON THe'LtveS? Curre I lillle nml 1 err, IliaueueU. Ileodorhe. Illllnna nllc.Ceiiailpa. lion, lllieuiuatlam. I'llee, I'alnllnllouor r n lil I I re r, ami III llrnrt, I'riuete IrreaiMlarlllea. If .yuti do not MleI Ul -- elimulatealhe eeryaM, ..van, , ,' m ftotrt i tevtfOtntLe arv I'rlro 'Je. 1.1 Murray .W.Ti & roil TUTT 8 MlkKUal rRitVM io Iouis rwnpar th 'Ilr tlann'a IleeanlUT' Uedmi aklll aa--l aeteneo hare a let. tailed .to dlemtet hlne;eioal to Ihew eW tho rore nf tho die- raro ear which thee ar renNetaaoaded Aa Ihrlr tirtuea aa, uira are Malanl nr laaoumli iheooah out the leatrlh and hrealik ul tho land, aadaa FJtimlard riwllr dedletaoe, Ihey ranaot he am aro tally thtatUlet by the tlrong-eteattmoolala For Gaaghi, CaUa. Croaa, llronehllla, (.oneonip- tun ami all ummwu o tho 1 nraat and l.uei, rdorl HALL'S ATARRH 13 nSCOaMEHDEO DY Vnc Dr. (aiiun'N C'oiikIi .Sjrtiji. Ci arrh of tho Nawl Gk PHYaiCIAKq For Uref Caiplalat,tiyifala Initlatioa Jawn- uico, uiaaiirwiton, sour aiowarn arm an iiiuoua iiieeaAei, Vnc Dr. OaiinV I, Ivor Curt. ixa For Ilheaatatleai, Neuralgia, g Maine, liklara and Sneillngt-aaeatafnal applteallen ler wan or be ait Vnb Dr. Guiiii'h LIiiIiiiciiI. rorltlea. Ifewerrboida. IlHtn, Ftaiala and all tlmllar dlnaaea, ITnv I7no Dr. Ciiuiii'M IMIc Oluf uiciil. ol For Freeb CutJ, Ikirna, Ulcere aa.1 (HJ Heree, 1 Dr. Gimirn Hlttcr-Sut'Ointment. Um Dr.t.'iinn'H.Stoiinitlt IilltcrM A Itelialde Toole. Appetlier an.1 lllooil rurlOer, and rum Iljj"-la- . IndlfnKloa, I Irer Coindalat. Malarial lerrra and all (Mlodlcal Dlieaeea Manufactur d and lur eale p ali slight-of-han- sit t 3JT3ST, IwT. X). Koto proprietor Montlrello uy akTAll ordrra by iu.ll all) rrcelro I'loupt a'lrrllon C3--M-- tl W. IC. Cmltir Chronlo ana Ulcnrntlrut Catnrrn of tho Enr, Co or Thront. It 'a taken INTL.HNALUY, nnd nets OIR "OTLY upon tha Blood nnd Mucoue Uurf.icoi of tho Sretam. It Ii tho loot lllorxl Purifier In tho WO .LD. nnd It teortn ALL that Is ch..tuod for It, for THAT Olono. a:; Tin llilEEUAL CURE FOR CA7ARSH ttriX TIIK MAUKITTaai And wo ofTer Ono HundroO Dollorm lor nnr HaWUIlll III llisaaill TII11 .Irr. WILL CI HK AV CASIi OtBra of A. T riTtvT Cu'l inic-iujuDea.lbeu, ( fAeneyd-O- i I'eetrt ;v,lo. II J I tak( iJoa urill.In lafiiemlru Oenttrm.n : . ,..: .1 .nai i naiecmi nana tura. Ii hat roilra. IwuTrryua tjkl don't I collate to iy "itttiilr,anyraMcf Catarrh If takia Yours truly, jtijierly. J. 11 Wrimraroao. TTOnTII 010 A ItOTTLK. VI MraiUT. Jo kw.o, ti h, wntra Ilaro 1,1 nUtrH l.r Wyran Ilil,'laUrrtiCurcuraiS uk t ontiiterltworthSiatOaliotllo. hy nil Dniir1" et hotiln. f .."lit ire.1 and anl.f r J CHENEY CO. oi.rxi.3jns m .... t ey-- ..-- ti 1 . n.Uira, TOUHX), OUIO. lor aale In H auf id hy Tenor A McAliiter . .n f & rr git-up- y," LIU. death-struggl- CINCINNATI! 4 lUiV.A.I.HOlllia Wrlte- s.After a tnorouch trial of tho WVN TOHW, I talcn pieoaura in amtinir taat a nave uoen irroatly benetlted by ta use. WInletcra nnd Pub' lia Bpeauoni will find It of tho creoteat value whero a Tomo la neeea-aarI rocommentt It as a reliable retuoUlal acrent, posseisinir undoubted nutritive and Lit. Humana in a jmaluOfe form. lHHtv, of Am. Mr, J'rwafralien of dial i'atrrre f f (ajeeMa. taxidffJrvH.l-rrurlm- A ramblnat fort or n evw J,, i rr nd ILOOD 'I conaMop It a moat excellent ramxiv inr the tioblUtated vital forcai. RB V. J. L. TOWWEK, Indue try, UJ.f ,ay, well-know- n rentoratlvo propertleu. if,ritf, A ui, z, 1V. nmiV) SI tni DR. H ARTEK MEDICINE CO., 1J H. Kid ., . to. -- a? he- - luiu-rtuu- 1 INTERIOR or JOURNAL T 1 I, 11 11 luiu VO e ten-pou- hard-rubb- four-ounc- tl - iB'jcjisjsjjM:- - mir-aolo- JOB PRIBITIMG OFFICE Is Proparod to do all kinds of Printing in tho Dost of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. V