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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 2, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883020201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: February 2, 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. Semi Heekln jWtefiof VOLUME Sciiu-MrclilBEU mtfti&L NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. Big reft. Tho subjfct of largo foet was under discission, when Gen. Rapmoro, a gentleman who came to Arkntisaw as a carpet-bugg- er, but who squandered his money and becamo a democrat, re marked: "I think that tho largest foot I over saw was the property of a man named Ecklomon. His feet wero so largo that during wot weather tho ladies used to request him to walk across tho street so they could walk over in his tracks before tho mud ran together." No ono disputed this assertion, for the old genoral is known to Ira a truthful man, but old Commodoro Secklc, at, whoso title was won on a and took a pride in everything ho did, remarked: "Yes, I knowed that fellow, and he woro a pair of boots that belonged to Nick Secklo when Nick was n boy. Hut poor Nick's feet nutgrowed tho boots, and ho had to get a bigger pair. That fellow had a monstrous foot, the biggest I ever saw." 'How large?" asked tho General. "Give us some idea of its size." "I don't know that I can, but I'll tell you what's a lact. His foot was so big that well, you've heard tho old story of tho fellow who used the forks of tho road for a boot-jac- k? Yes; well, Nick tried it and split tho toad so far that the geography of tho neighborhood was changed. Arkansaw Traveler. flat-bo- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY THE RAILROAD TO HEAVEN. 2, 1883. DARBYS 118. n nlcriorournaI When Men Mean It. IT. P. WALTON. R. WALTON, T .... wiiil Mor and Proprietor Butlnett Manager 1'n bl luhrit Tiimitntm on it i'rlitiw, U.n II3H ANNUM. In pajrm.nte'auu-.crlpllft- n. and I!imi of d (Ill lUqUMT The rwl lo hrtrtn j Chrltl wi With liMtfnlr truth the rail were 11 J, l'rcm Mflh to llratrn the lint eslrn li, To life eternal, whtrilten.il. Krrnlit la the sullen then, Whf r pawners ire taken la, No fare for thetn li there l par, For Jt.us l himself the ur, w. .limp. ancept la makw ebang. noiulnatlona not nvr r ihrf fnta. erplfdoh'l The lllMeli the engineer, It point! Ihewajrlo Heaven ao clear) Through tunnrlailark and ilrrarr htre, II dote the wajr loglorv alter. (lod'a love Ihe Are, hit truth lhealna-11- . Which ilrltte the engln and the train) All you who woull tilerjrrlJo, Mini ronie la t'brlit, In him abide. Come Ihen, dear children, nnw'a the lime Al anr station on the line If jou repent and turn from aln, The train will atop and take roil In. An Undiscotered I Biblical Names Applied to Chntt. I'Altot luirrtfr JtunnL For tliobcn.fii of young Bllilo rrml era I glvo below llio various namea pplleii'to Clirltl hy tlio llible on no count of tho relrUion that ho aualains to Owl, to creation, to tho Church and to tho world : 1. Won!; John 1:1. 2. Word of Life; 1 John 1:1. 3. Bhilnb; Oea. 49:10. 1. Mwsiahj Din. 0:25; John 1:25. 5, God; John 1:1; Ileb. 1:8. 1:5; 1 Tim. 1:1. C. Lord; Eh 7. Meaaengtr; JUL 3:1. 8 Sun of Hihtcouanrw; Mai !:!. 9 NaxHrenp; Matt. 2:23. 10 Hon of CIikI; Matt. 2:15. 11 Jfrtuo; Matt. 1:21; 1 Tim. 1:1. 12 Kinnmnuel, Mntt. 1:23. 13 ChriM; Matt. 1:18; 1 Tim. 1:1 11. King; Malt. 2:22; Kev. 10:10 15 Governor; Matt. 2:0. 10 Bivior; Luke 2:11; 1 Tim. 1:1. 17. Light of tho World; John O.fi. 18 Bon of Man; Matt. 10:27 Kentucky Catechism (or Children. 10. Bon ol David; Matt. 9:27. Who discovered Kentucky? 20. Seed; Gal. 3:10. Daniel Boouo. 21. Morning Btar; Rev. 22:10. What nre its chief productions? 22. Apostle; lieu. 3:1.' and Whisky, tobacco, 23. Priest; Hcb. 3:1. colonels. Corner Stone; 1 Peter 2:4. Who is the oldest man in tho State? 25. Hock; .Matt. 10:10; 1 Peter 2:8. John G. Craddock, of Paris. 20. Vine; John 15:1. Who is tho most popular man? 27. Shepherd; 1 Peter 2:25: Dick Tate. 28. Heir; Ileb. 1:2." Who is Dick Tate? 29. Soond Adam; 1 Cor. 15:15. James W. Tate, State Treaiurer. 30. Advocate; 1 John 2:1. Why U ho called Dick Tate? 31. Mediator; 1 Tim. 2:5. Because ho dictates his election 32 LionnfTribaof Jnda; Itov.5:5. without leaving bis oflice. 33. Interoor; Ileb. 7:25. For what is Kentucky chiefly noted? 31 .Prophet; Acta 3:22. For its killiugs and no hangings by 35. Teacher; John 3:2. law. raco-horse- s 2-- Sente. in this In a certain printing-ofE- co city there is a compositor who is deaf and dumb. In tho samo printing-- of fice there aro two other compositors who are endowed with the power ot evolving tremendous sneezes when the spirit tickles their noses. One of them is a little short, chubby fellow with a Tho grandeur of his round red face. sneeze is so utterly disprnpotionato to the dimiuutivo size of his body that refer to it as "n his fellow-printsneeze." The other is a wrong-fo- nt tall, ranboucd Yankee who sneezes in the good old down East fashion. Neither of the compositors who sneezes works in tho samo alley with the compositor who is deaf aud dumb and tho cates between them aro so arranged that he can not see cither of them. Nevertheless when cither of them snerzes ho always jumps as though a were fired into his car. cannon-ba- ll Of courso ho can not hear the noieo. The question for the scientist is, How does he know just when to jump? Boston Globe. ers A maiden friend of mine, who has been wooed oleven times, and knows a good deal about it, assures mo that the only attentions to Ira taken nntico of, and relied upon, aro thnso that touch the pocket, "When your Platonic friend," she says, "begins to oiler gifts, costly according to his means, depend upon it the affair has becomo a bust ncsa with him as well as with you." Tho American missionary, Judson, possessed a valuable watch, which he bestowed in succession Iraforo marriage upon each of his threo wives; when he offered it to the third object of his af icctions, he stated that it had tho do sirablo property of always returning to him, bringing the beloved wearer with it. Be sure tho wise and prudent man parted with never would havo his watch, unless he was firmly per suaded that ho was making a good investment, safe to bring him in largo and clear returns. When a costly offering is laid upon the shrine, the offering means worship. Will Alcohol Cure Catarrh? PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A HotivlioM Artlrln for Unlrrnal rami If Ua. Tor Scarlet and TrphoM Eradicates Dlphtlirrln, M ROBERTS n. STAG G Stanford, Ky., rer. KALABIA. all Contagion DUen.ea. Ptnoni waiting on the Sick alvmld use it frctlf Scarlet rertrlus nrrtr bn kn n to tprrad where the HuMwsi ured ud Yellow I ertr ha been place.with it oner black Tomll had tnkru The wont cam of Diphtheria yield to it . SoreTliroal, Small I'm, Mraalea, anil tlrrratrtl Opera House Block, DriiRM, ClifiiilcalH, WmII I'ulntH, lVrrredindSlckrcr. anna refreshed nfmjr Impure and puriOJ "rA membertilen lira. Air made Willi harralet. h I lied Sorca proTcnt. riTTINO nf flmntl V,1 ,br i"l,iln8 wl,h I'ox rnKVlSTTEU Darbyt Fluid urecure and HUA,.POX and Oilft, I.HHipH, IIooUh. htnlloncrj-- , Nniipx. I'npcr. Win cm. iilniiorH, Perfumery, or Horn TlirorU It It a J"1?'1 Vf deatroyed Cntaclnn Challfi?. etc. niiemnatlam cured. Holt White Complex- lor iWcil mi- -, ri,iii.i.i.. Fict. '" patient wae njld ?.,f,1"lS"' "."l"0! J?"1- earlA I W. Vamk. had It' nrOK, PhdadclphU. Our Jewelry, Mlrcrrffirc and TI10.1. Hlclinrtls, nlio will Ilcpnlr Btjlc. IVt'criicfi. ptlcnl flood Department la in Clinrgo of Col. M niches And Clocks Promptly nml In Hip best Giiirn, I'ackrt TollHCCOH, C'ulllcry. MlK'llillO Anns, Fire Miiftlcnl IiiHirtimentM, " - tanH three ain in ithl ewii ion secured Ly iu use, fihln Ferer orerented. To purify the Ilreath. cured. H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall and Winter Goods, d, Cleanse the Teeth, it can t De surpassed Catarrh relieved and Sear F.ryalpelae cured. ItiirrisrelicrediniunUy. 'prevented Diphtheria Provontod. The physician here MERCHANT TAIX.OIC, Wlihea to Inform hia l'atroni of Stanford and vicinity that he has received 30 IlelivcrVr; Rom. 11:20. To pardon convicts out of the Penitentiary. 45 Dior, John 10:7. Who is tho greatest farmer in the 40. iread'ul tho Church; Eph. 5.23. State? 1 Peter 2:25. 47. Bishop; Agricultural B nvnmn. Journal, 48. True LiM; John Newport. 40 Hut) One; Acta 3:14 Av Arkansas Gnu. With Tiiiiec 50 Ju.lgr; Acis 10:42; 2 Tim. 4.8. Tongues. There is a littlo girl in the 14:15 61 Comfurter; John city, at Brunncr's, who has threo Maiitik Ovvr.sa. This seems improlnble, but tongues. Brood from tho But Horses. your correspondent saw her this morn It is one of the laws of mule to tyuo ing, so is able to testify to the truth of the value. ;upon Uie improvement of the aertioo The father, Jnraes W. tho breed loifirst ascertain the value Black well, was married to Martha E. of the improvement aud then add to Suflol, in Ltwrcnce c unity. Ark , iu much extra to the cost of production. 1870. aud on tho 24th of January, To sum up the profit of breeding the 1880, their Dm child, tho little girl his lordship's saying: "Tickle her rule is, bread from tho beat; they will in question, was born. It was a lino, youruelf, my learned brother." Everypay the bes.t. There is always a do healthy child, and nothing peculiar body iu the court roared with laughmaud at high prices for the best that was noticed about her until about two ter, except Mr. Ihllantiue, who lookthe market allords. They will com weeks after she was born, when as sho ed glum and was very grumpy maud the market and fix- tho price. was crying ouo day, her mother notic- throughout the day. Bench and Why docs one horso tell for 8100 aud ed sho cried differently from other Bar. another for $1,000 in tho samo mar children. Upon examination of her The modern guillotine is placed on ket? Because ouo is better bred than mouth, to the great astonishment of the ground. Tho condemned is seized has inhcr the other. The high-br- ed her parents', the little girl was discov aud pushed against au upright board ited moro stylo aud stamina than tho ered to havo threo tongues instead of which falls forward, pivoting under low-brhave an no The well-brHelena Letter. one. his weight, and brings him in a horiquired value from ftiuily heritage that A stronger temperance lecture will zontal position with his neck between swells their price above the cost of never be preached than that which tho grooves above which the knife is production. If wo breed from tho au unfortunate woman of Cape Girar- suspended. Tho executioner touches best specimens of 'the best families, deau, Mo., recently delivered beforo a spring, tho knife flashes as it falls their Improved value will liso far Setting and all is over. This is far better than her husband in a above their natural valuo or cost of which she had brought the horrible and barbarous buugling a covered dish production. Let us breed from tho tho table, she said: which occurs at hangings hero. Tho class that wo with her upon best specimens of their 'Presuming, husbaud, that you are Danish Prime Minister was to introNamay increase their numbers. too busy to come home to dinuor, I've duce a bill this session substituting tho tional Live Stoqk Journal. brought you yours," and departed. guillotino for the method now in voguo AnvESTVKW P' an Actoii. With a forced laugh ho invited his iu consequenco of a horrid sceno at n What queer things happen in Boston I friends to (lino with him, but on re- recent execution. The J'im( tolls ofayoungBtock actor moving tho cover from the dish, found Ynuu men should tako warning who did something moro thau averago only a slip of paper on which was writ- from tho fato of Prince Charles of merit, but had no expectation- of a ten: "I hopo you will enjoy your Prussia. Ho habitually smoked from summons before the curtain. Tho meal; it is tho samo your family havo twenty to twenty-fi- ve Havana ciaara minuto tho drop fell ho rushed to his at homo." a day aud was cut oil at the imma dressing-jamto make iv quick chango Had he ture ago of eighty-thre- e. Ankcdoth or Mb. Lincoln. of costumo. Tho call becoming Imper "Old Abe" once replied to a question, confined himself to ten or sixteen daiative, the itago manager hastened to early iu tho war, as to how tho Union ly he mb-h- l havo lived to a respecta summon him, and found him with his reverses affected him, by saying: I ble age, but hia excess reduced his trowsers oil., In frantio haste his feel very much liko a great stalwart lease upon lift) so that ho only reached clothes were hurried ujiou him, and Illinois neighbor of mine, who was out tho years of au octogenarian. half bewildered ho was ushered before logging in bis bare leet. A log rolled Charles Briody, catcher of the the curtain. Following tho hearty over anil crushed ono ot ins uig ioes Cleveland nine, at home in Lansing applause he received, came n burst of All drawn burg, N. Y., asecrts that he is the before ho could escape. laughter. He retired aud found tha with paiu, ho replied to a question of seventh son of a sevetith sou and inin tho confusion his trowrer had Wu how he was, with: "Well, I'm too put ou so that when he faced tho au- big to cry, but it hurts too damn bad tends to heal the sick after receiving iuotructious from Andy Corau, spike-mak- er, dience they didn't. to laugh who has abandoned that busiAnnie O. Martin, Louisville, says: When it comes to a question of ness to heal the lame, blind, deaf aud "I have tried Brown's Iron Bitters for beauty, women aro not a mutual ad- dumb, being the seventh sou of a sev nervomuoss aud general debility; it is eutli son. miration Bociety. k wonderful medicine."' ed. cd har-roo- m. a 37. Captain, Hcb 2:10. 33 Prince; Acta 3:15; Rov. 1:5. 30. Lamb; John 1:30. 40. Master; John 1:38. 41. Horn of Salvation, Luke 1:09. 42. Rod; La. 11:1. 43. ISranch; Ztc 3:8; La. 11:1. 4 1. Root of DaviJ; Rov. 22:10; 5:5. A Wisn Decision: Phizes in Tea At Buffalo, N. Y., the District Attorney has decided that tho Importers' Tea Company, a concern which iloei buaineu there, by soiling tea and ooflee in packages that contain prizes, is a lottery. Their mode of operation is to sell a package for 61, guaranteeing a prize, which is generally a piece of joweiry, and if AVlmt else? tho purchaser wants another chance, For tho great rapidity its murderers ho returns tho first package and by become insnno immediately after killpaying fifty cents more takes another ing people. package. A civil suit for 830,000 has Who is the greatest Governor in been begun against the company, and Kentucky. it is stated that tho authorities are also Governor Blackburn. preparing to begin criminal proceedWhat is tho duty of a Governor? ings against tho concern. It is Packaoes. Rev. Wm. II. Bergfcls, of Newark, thinks he has discovered a simple and certain euro for catarrh which has long ba filed medical icience. Mr. Bergfels was pastor of tho Baptist church at Lynns Farms, but in 1872 was compelled to give up preaching on account of a severe catarrhal affection. Ho is a member of tho New York Nickel Plating Company, and ono evening after using in his business a lacquer composed partly of alcohol, he found that his disease was not so bad. He then put alcohol into an inhaler and breathed tho vapor arising from it. He did this for n month, night and morning, and was greatly reliev ed. A fow months later ho was cured, and is again pastor of the Lyons Farm church. His lamily find that alcohol also prevcuts colds. Mr. Bergfels do sires to havo tho cause of his cure made known. N. Y. Sun. use Darby Fluid wry successfully in the treat ment of Diphtheria A broLLKHwaacic. Oreensbop , Ala or Vegetable I'oituns. Teller dried up Mlnji.etu I used the Fluid durins Cholera prevented purified and cur present affliction with ricer l,c iled Scarlet Kcvcr with de ciJed advantage It is In canon nf Death it should be used about Indispensable lo the sick the it will Wm F Sand. room prevent any unplcas roao. Eyrie, Ala. ant mcil IMraentery cut-eil- . Wound healed rapidly henrry cured An Antidote for Animal Which he guarantees to mako up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guar-anteeor no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. IScarlctFoTorl HIMS, M. I)., Jiew York, says am convinced lrof Daibss Prophylactic Fluid is a valuable disinfectant " The eminent Thy. alelan,.I.MAItlO.S "I Mif Sale Feefi ISITIAIBIXI.E.I!i: Ilaying bought out S. If. liniigluunn, wo will kecu on hand a nice lot of Horses find lluggics, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We are also in And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of tho patronage of the public in general. A. T. vuvjraii.E:ir, 8TA5B?oa. Eespectfully, Yanderbllt Unlreraltjr, 1 testify to the most eaccOent qualities of Prof Darbys Prophylac nc Fluid Asa disinfectant and determent it is both theoretically and practically superior to any preparation with which I am acquainted. N T LlrTOK, I'rof Chemiitry Darby a ITulil I Ilecninmemlnl by Hon ALtxtNuta bTtriluu, or Georgia Ker. Chas. 1 Dekus, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N Y lo UContf,, Columbia, Prof ,UnivenIty,S C. Ker A J IlATTli, Prof, Mercer University j Ker Geo. F Piuca, Iiishop M E. Church. Nohlllr, Trnn. i.vdispkns Perfectly harmless Used Internally or externally for Man or beast. The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence thai it has done evers thin here claimed for fuller information get of your Druiit a pamphlet or send lo the proprietors, Man ificturing Chemists. inn: to i:ri:nv home. THE COAL T0,A.XE.9 J. II. ZF.ILIN CO., PHILADELPHIA. Premature. A bridal couple got i on the train at Kemptville the other day. Tho groom was a strapping fellow, and squeezed tho brido into a seat next the window. Some of the train hands, who were posted, put the newsboy up to bringing in a box of baby rattles, and oflering the embar rassed couple their choice for five cts. All sorts of excuses wero oOered by the man as reasons for not buying. Finally he made a clean breast of tho in about ten daya they situation with: "See here, young fel that have cleared from 840,000 to 850,000 ler, I've only been married a littlo over fifteen minutes. Givo us a rest. by tho scheme. set-uhouse keep "Like We don't want to His Lordship Df.cmned ing right here ip tho car. Keep your many other professional "wits," Sertinware anil I'll bo along next year. geant Bitllantine never takes a jike If tho returns aro attUfactory, I'll buy against hini'elf kindly. On one occa your whole cab lodle." sion he had a lady client with the peTho courso of true love: Bertha and culiar name of Tickle, for whom ho appeared beforo tho lato Barou Mar- Gontran adore each other, but their tin in a breach of promise case. A stem parents aro inexorably opposed point of law arose, am) Mr Ballan to the union of the young people. The tine began an address to the Judge in young people consequently are in des "Tickle, my client, my pair. "There isouly one thing left to these words: " Here he was interuptod by us," says Bertha, pale, but resolute Lord estimated OPERA HOUSES. HTANMJUD. KY. H. C. BRIGHT, "W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. SlxeofStarfr, 20i50. Klgbt compete aeta of Scen ery Seating capacity, Including gallery, COO. reasonable rate to good attractions. Addreaa aa above. , GROOKR, St. Asaph Block, Stanford. STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It cnibraccH Staple and Fancy Groceries Patent ami Fauilly I'lour, Heal, Ilacon anil Lard, Tobacco and Clgara, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, OIiihh and Qticciiswnrc. Canned GooiIh ol all kimlsnHcclalij'. Kciuciuber (liu place, "The Corner Store." Tho emphatic statement of Senator Beck that he would rather see his boys breaking stono on the highway than seeking clerkships at Washing ton is worthy of careful consideration by young men who heliove the department clerks have a rosy time. Thoso who have good positions and draw large salaries manage to live well till thrown out of office. Then many of them becomo a burden to themselves and their friends. They drift into that class of politicians who have to be taken care of by the party. SsuFF-Dirns- a. "A practice com raon among the lower class of women A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DUAIiEHN IX- - Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, in the Southern States of collecting a Glass- is?" "Death!" "Death! But, dearest, suicide is a crime under the new code." "I know it is, but I have thought of a plau to get around that. First you must kill mo " "Kill you, my darling?" "And then I will kill youl" French Fun. "And that The Scientific American says: "Tho increasing use of cold storage for per ishable food flttids, which aro apt to be scarce at certain seasons, is ono of tho characteristics of the time. Last sum mer wnen iresneggs were pieuiuui and cheap, a gentlomau in Chenango county, N. Y., stored in a mammoth cooler, some fivo thousand barrels of eggs. Now they sell in this city as 'fresh laid' eggs at a large profit." Tho Princess Louise has been styled tho beauty of tho British royal family, but that is only by comparison, for good Uoka aro scarce among them. A writer who saw her at Richmond describes her as having regular features, an agreeable expression, fair skin, excellent figure and a smilo that lights up an otherwiso heavy face. A quantity of snufl upon a sort of brush made by separating the fibers of one end of a small piece of wood and rubbing the teeth and gums with it." The abovo is the deGnition given by Webster. Wo hope none of our lady readers are guilty of the filthy habit. Wooden and TVillWware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Turn Dehnition of Luck. as luck?" asks a correspondent. There is. For in stance, if you go home at two o clock "Is there such a thing Swinburne sings: "I bid vnj head Salt, Limo, Content, Field Seeds, Flows and Farming in a nest of roses." Did you, Alge Imploxnonta. Call and soo tho gonuino Hamilton Plow. ron, did you? That was wiso in you to hido it among tho roses. Now, if you had covered it up in anestofcabba' ges, when you came to pick it out again you could nut havo told for the lifo of you which head was yours. Stick to the roses, old boy, every time." In the Imperial Dictionary llio word "tarn" is thus defiued: "A small mounSAFE AND DUBABLE! tain, lake or pool." The improper la bet. tlier I no Eiula that mui'i It fur Trim, Simplicllv, Uuriblllt v aa I lUillsbl Work. It li ueo of tho comma after mountain Just rilKbNUINhtaUilTs makes tarn signify three things: 1st, a mountain; 2d, a lake, and 3d, a pool; instead of simply a nioiintain-la- ko PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, or pool. Wo should not bo too hard oa Gov XjlVvutor.., Niovs. ernor Blackburn. Thcro are porno good points about the old humanitarian, GiiiN, after nil. For instance, he is doing all he can to abatu tho colonel nuil'rcNNCN, sance, by reuderiug if. ridiculous. Lebanon Standard. X ut It on, Crciiiiioi'IcM, OPBBA hoitsb block:. BOOKWALTER THE l'Ol&VAItlal? ENGINE. SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. Wood Cotton Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Ac. in the morning, after promising your wife to be iu early, and find her asleep, that's luck, but it isn't to bo depended Richmond State. on. Tin: New Gao: "Arabl has gone to sea, 1 hear." "Whatsea?" "Why, Ceylon." Then they all go out to New York Commercial see a man. Advertiser Jno. Bent, Louisville, Ky,, "I havo found no remedy that says: gives greater relief for general debility than Brown's Iron Bitters." A Georgia photographer advises cSS people liviug in tho country that aa Call at The Interior Journal OUIee and hcooiib ofihe desirable small-p- ox is about to strike they lhiKlnei In operation, ltenicuibcr ever) Anglne should briug iu the whole family to lmn our guarantee. ICcadlt: havo their pictures taken before it is W.iiv to all urcUara that w.guirann our llookwaller Engine to ba well aixl auUlanllall uaile, lob .ale. simple. ilunbUauilcouipletaln iiiiislructlo, to rork srcll aud five, tb full lower abovt) guarantee?, and .all oa the follow. too late. rlaluivl wben prope'l atlacbrl anl uianag! VYa wilt . Iliac couuiiioDS. via win give ma ureumvr iii diss auuava"r inw airivaiut iu.suikiu.su IrUI, lurasalsa tmlut (lla tncuunop loour susraali. w will 1st back lb A member of the School Hoard a lair aud salbfaclorv dollar mdvedou tb KoglD.. provided lb purcliastr murua lb tulDlo bl Knulnci reluod ierv float It aublett to our said: "Well, children, you spell well, Dearer railroad aUlluu.aad leavea mora llbaral oiler order br tb t. olaald M dav' trial. and cuulrai Certainly no tuaa could a k for you reads well, but you hain't sot LOOK AT .. OUR PRICES: till. till) 00 Holler -- . . ... MIo, Power Eiflna aodaud Boir.r .... . .... . Vp uu ...- - . SU 00 l'ower Cmflii 6!-IThousand bear wltnjui to the poellle I or m rower tnulu aud lUler .- .M 00 Oj.llorw rower U.lna aud boiler curative powers of the Great German Iu illvrrd ou car at bDrlOtfllrld. Oblv. Bold bj Fur further Information and duacrlptlva psmpblet, aJdrau lb luanutaclurtra, Bee aJrerllreuitnt. tlgoralor 93 tf JAMEN LKFFKl A CO., NnrluxMeld, Okie. Vtauj & McAIIitcr, Stanford, Ky, imilWS. 111 i. rs ........... .. in ntmmnmimmmm. MM.III.IIIII J immmmmmmwmmmmmmit ' Tho suritles ofO. N. Phister, Into HiH M Hi'MnKM" is reputedly the CaM that from Kf.lj.ogo goes out of the Senate on It An ensilage Congress Is now In session in Now York and tho farmers aro March 4th, but Thomas M. Bowen, a third to a half of tho Senators and Sheriff of Ohio county, will have to -- w win now Ht. Vernon, Ky. peui ttirniion i of tho samo tho tamo proportion of Representa pay 84,000, money In his hands, for taking much interest in it. Tho another carpet-bagg- er iroUHTOM auiNniNa.-Bow-e- n tives, fall to answer when their names practical till profeeeloa la Rockra.ll end ho hat failed to account which Will French method of preserving fodder stripe, comes in from Colorado. lo giro atlfllon, tn, Tho Indiana Scnato decided that We romiK.I'atent Float far Wheal wh.n detlred 5,J!'1,1,110"1tlM,B,, ." colleetlona. "' PP'in are called on important questions. It was formerly a carpet-bagg- er III elee Can nuke "rll - Febrnary 2, 1883 by cniilago or continued pressure, is Friday Morning, bolted or unbolted ntetl either gaining ground in this country and Arkansas, where ho was notorious is evident that tho practice of desert the text of the prohibition amendment urii.tnrr.K iistur.r., ! already proved a great saving. during tho period of reconstruction ing their posts, pairing off and dodg not appearing upon the journal of tho has EDITOR W. P. WALTON. Into a flagrant General Assembly of 1881, it is thereTho cost of fodder for cattle during He was a candidato for tho Senate ing votes has grown FINE FARM FOR SALE 1 ttttlnfronclii.ini In remoTd to Teiti, I kflrr for tho lengthy winter season is so great acalnst Dorsey in loia. ihoro wcro nbueo on tho part of both Senators and fore not before this Legislature. Tup. New York Sun makes tho fol Now York Her A dispatch from Washington says I nflVr for aalt prltalelymy eiiTllenl little Tarm Ito'lilciico A IttiMlHCft JleiiHo, that tho handsomo profits of tho mild- only a few democrats then in tho Leg Representatives of Of I err. In the. weal end of Ilncnlncoun-tjr- , CoinMnrtllnnne, Hutted In Ilia town nf lowinjr timely remarks: From the S er months, when Uio pastures aro islature, but tho frionds ot Mr. Gar aid. Yesterday's report shows that tho whisky bond extension till is sure mil within th mill-o-f IVylon't Well. It lJ of a .Ireel The building Mlllcdgetjlto ,( Stanford pike n. two andKj ,on Unuiter hlfh, a0i?l frei ao con-li from of Madison to tho election of iUv available, ore seriously eaten into. land, the present Senator from Arkan one hundred Congressmen wero absent. to pass as soon ns it is reached. In i' tulle train tttanwira A llHttonrltie pike, I, well tain In all right room. Tha lt.irf.room It 20tl0, wate red, hat good lraproTrmenl,tbul, li Intratt with eotiniFt. and ihelflng nlcelrand properl happened that tho arGarfield, It always nl neit year It It ranged, with all tho outlrulldlng. ner.M.ry to j Through tho uso of silos, fodder is not sas, did not hesitate to vote for Dor They should bo mado to hear from the tho meantime whisky men aro failing eerywheel and balaneo for ram applying produellre. Any pcrton it one and tha ta.tant tha moat f..ildloui, and political party which carried a mrtjori-t- y alono stored M. J. HollTr, when it is ex- sey as a man vastty to bo preferred to people, who elected them to stay at in various parts of tho country, and a inn obtain bargain. at a timo an aliundinr of t'iir water fur drinking and Mllledtctlllc, ky. home hold pupowa.l'eaullful ahada and fruit tree of the House of Representatives In ceedingly cheap, but it suffers little Bowen. That fact is, perhaps, tho their posts and represent their inter- leading republican Congressman says adorning and tho rnl ra piemleea, all tho middle of a Presidential term Inarm and healthy condition Any ono de.tr-In- g "let 'era fail." deterioration throughout tho winter strongest commentary that could bo ests. among a two years after- Stanford Female College. er and cheap yet Tatuatil- - realden,,do well atodefelected tho President people, would call The peoplo of Cincinnati are now One paper in Cincinnati appears to and is served to tho animals almost as madoou tho standing of tho now Sen and etainlna tlia picnileea Mora purcb.tlnf ward. This old rulo was for the first Trrmi reonbl juicy ns when ator. After his defeat in Arkausas, bo doing all it can to Injure tho Opera in speaking communication with ono fresh and tender and NT.lXroitD, KY. f JOIIM I'. NTHOItK. tirao reversed in 1880. Tho democrats first brought in green from tho fields. Bowen migrated to Colorado, where, Festival. We refer to tho AVuv, which hundred and thirty cities and villages carried a majority of tho House in 1Q83. Our farmers aro slowly realizing the as a Judge, he maintained tho reputa- is publising daily, wood cuts of the within a radius of soventy five miles With a Full Corps of Teachers, 1878 and according to the precedents will open Thirteenth Seealon value of this system, already thorough tion which he had carried with him. singers that mako them look like ver Tho Telephone would bo a big thing Toll Institution Monday In Itffpt.mt.tr neiU oothtM of tho previous seventy years, they ly established in France, and when His decisions In certain important itable be and she devils. Uf course if tho Western Union Telegraph Co. A DAILY should have elected Hancock to tho ALL TDK BIUHCIIE8 OP A they havo learned how cheaply a ca mining cases are familiar to tho pco many will bo frightened by tho terri did not own a controlling interest. did, they Doniooi'ntio Nowspaper! Presidency in 1880. Why Tho Commonwealth entered suit bio caricatures from attending the pacious silo can bo built its adoption ploofthatStato. It puMl.hed to anltcrllwrt at tho following THOROUGHENCUSHCOURSE Prominent democrats in tho will bo general. fail? In the Franklin Circuit Court against The Supreme Court has overruled show, which Porkopolis prides herself Are taught, ea well at profited hy tho great Fraud IIATUH orHUlI-OHITlO- Nl South had the taxes of Johnnie Jump Up White has been tho decision ot the Fayetto Circuit cannot bo beaten in this or any other delinquent railroads for nr kaii, roiTi'ig run which deprived Mr. Tilden ot tho of1882. Tho roads sued aro the Cincin- MUSIC. THE liAMQUAOKO, DHAW. ally and Huoday edition, ooa jeir . ...nt7 00 efof Ap- world. Court and tho Kentucky Court again asserting himself. His latest INO AND I'AINTINO. Dally and Hundiy edition, ll month 4 00 The fice to which ho was elected. Dally and rlunday edition, threw month. ... t 00 Keller, of tho Carlisle Mercury, nati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific, of tho mem- peals in tho case of tho negro Bush, In arlably In air. new. broken into factions, fort is to have tho desks All tuWrlpllooa party had been Chescapeake, Ohio & Southwestern bers of Congress taken away and an charged with tho murder of Miss Van denies tho rumor that ho is a candi Aneitraropyof tho paper will l. mailed free some of which formed alliances with 'or one year to any perwi who will ralw a cluhol tho Legislature and adds "it and the Louisville fc Nashville it In Tuition, ptlcee range frum 123 to ISO In Ir- ten annual aubwrlhrra it on pMtocVe, and forarm-ch' with a drawer tor writing Meter, and he will havo a now trial. date for regular IVpnrtinent. Primary, IJ3; Intermediate ward tbelr otmet and adJn-M- , together with tho republicans. Tho pcoplo did not Great Southern. in. HO; rrrpaiatojy, I0, nil Collegiate, 190. material and a leaf fixed to one side Tho murder occurred about four years there ever was n man cured of seeking ItV CAItltlKIt reap tho promised fruits of democratic Dally and Sunday edition, IS ttnla per week, or Capt. Georgo Everett, Stato Suago and since that tirao Bush has been places at the bauds of the dear people, to write on. His reason for wishing S3 renta per mouth, payable to carrier. For victories and in thohcat ojtbo con the MKM. fall particular!, to Board, Ac.addreet BY SlNOLE COfV. . THIfr.llt.AKT, I'rlncliml, N. twice sentenced to be hung. The first it is your humble servant. Ho may perintendent of convict labor on Dally Million f.o rnl. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky, test of 1880, a portion of tho Now the change is that tho present seats . runJay (duibto elle) . .Three r nt. be classed among the "crushed politi Kentucky Central extension, was shot verdict was set aside by the U. S. Dis Airuu, carrier ne,ieairr., new.layt or any York democrats failed to do their du-t- are too comfortablo and are in a great and killed near Winchester Tuesday. onehandllngTHK MWS, arartqalrcd to Ml tho for a lnrgo trict Court because the grand jury had cians." iwprrm cuBiurruiir wnn to Blajfe rate. Ad- Thus Garfield was elected. Tho measure responsible Everett had drawn his pistol in a drw TIIK ,W;il , Cincinnati. O. been selected exclusively from whites The New York General Assembly amount of wasted timo ot Congress. democrats havo now chosen a large quarrel with a negro workman, who further and by virtue of a State law which is con- pays 83 a day to its chaplain for pray majority of tho next House. Do they John D. should go a step THE WEEKLY NEWS! grabbed tho weapon, and as they STANFORD. KY. demand that the members be made to trary to tho Fourteenth Amendment, crs. This is a reckless expenditure of VTIU be li.ue.1 by tha hopo to revivo tho old rulo and secure struggled for its possession it was disduring session and on one and tho Supreme Court set aside the money. Why is it not saved and giv Cincinnati News Publishing Oo. the Presidency in tho coming cam- stand up charged with tho above result. The Fay en to the oor? Boss Kelly, for in - Propr foot at that. Ho could mako a big second for tho same reason. It It a Democratic paper, dot nted lo I'JItlc, paign? In other words, will they so A monster cattle company has E. H. BUItNSIDE, New. Markela, Agrlrultar and I. teratur. and for etto people are justly indignant that stance. hold what they gained by reputation if it becomes a law will beodlted with tho ilew of making It adealr act as to been organized in New York city to able Vamlly ewipar. being that kind of a fowl, which is ro tho murderer should go unpunished NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. public fteor, tho tidal wavo victories of last fall? lho organi- This Old and Woll - Known ly A a new candidato for rro,ulrein-n- l. The Weekopcrato in New Mexico, Newt will ctter lo tho ol lit read-cmarkablo for tho length of time it so lone by quibbles ot the law, and a Hotol Still Maintains its New York shared more conspicuously It will thorouihlrdl.coM all lira qaeatloaa bushels of coal zation is to be known as tho' United Over 0,000.000 excite, oflheday It will giro pirtlcular attention lo High Imputation, other State. can thus stand ho would soon bo a mob spirit would not be hard to in those victories than any States Cattle Company. Tho capital the gathering of tho new ertal care will bo left Pittsburg on tho present rise. AND taken In compiling tha tarlou inarttt report. In than old Grant." A Boston paper says that, the next Tho result of tho next Presidential "biger man The reduction of the National stock has been fixed at 82,500,000 di Its Proprietor is Determined that the Interest of Ih farmer, a guodl will ba deroted to agriculture. Oereral literature and struggle will turn largely upon the The interesting news is afloat that presidential election will not bo car debt last month amounted to 813,500, vided into 25,000 shares. A large it Shall be Second to no Country tarlou matleia Sited for tho lamllt circle will cuuiptlte n Impnrunt depatltn-n- t ol tho paper, Hotel in the State in its Fare, 000. amount of land has been secured, the courso pursued by her democracy. real estato is looking up in Jerusalem ried upon promises, butupon porform-anceaand It will be tbapurpnaeo' the management loan Appointments, or Attenedit and publl.h tho Tho Weekly New. ailorom The people aro bent on hav Charles Jones, a jealous negro of amounting to 700,000 acres of well on active tion to Comfort of mend Ittoan-- mako It a welcome titllor In etrry The republican distillers of An- and that buildings are going houaebold. their Quests. houses of modern ing reiorm in tne civil service na- Harrodsburg, shot his wife dead Tues grassed and well watered land. It is lho Weekly New la a large quarto, cnotalnlig their ly there, sixty-threderson county havo petitioned elilr-fau- r mlnran. nf reading matter, printed on a and tional, Stato and municipal as the day. stocked witli 20,000 head of IU(KMfillltt-okeialready a Ono article olcalendtred paper. to ml from Congress to support tho ex- stylo now being under construction party in n order to rrach all claa-efrr of rhtrM. Npfrlil rrislitloi to It will b aold at tho Tho New York quail eater got cattle. on the rise. Not only has first condition of purer politics, better following low tot'oaimrrlITrit!rr. Tk llirwlllkt tension of the whiskey period without rents aro The New York Commercial' Bui alwnji ippllrd with Ik rkolrtit d through with his bird yesincreased administration and higher statesmanti:h hvhsvki itio.v S I 4 Clttri. krtndi ot l.lQiort further amendments. "This is not a tho population of Jerusalem A alngle copy, ooe year . . 00 klin prints a tabulated statement of A club ut ten cvplea, mailed loon poatofflce, during tho year, but that of Jaffa and ship. And they will break to pieces terday. political measure," say they, "but one year . .. . s 01 The number of lives lost in the tho earnings of tho fire insurance comany party that stands in tho way ot in A club of twenty caplr. mailed to ono by the combination of youractionsyou Hebron, tho chief gain being and nrQce, one year of that city, that of the GG com- CHESAPEAKE!) ... 17 00 -.. from per- their purpose. Tho republican patty Milwankee disaster is now placed at panies A dun of thirty ceple, walled to one poet- lead us to believe that it is, and why flux of Russian Jews, fleeing panies reporting, thirty succeeded in ... .. office.ono veer. 31 O) seventy-fiv- e '.. has shown that in the last twenty years A dob of r.rtycoplee, mailed to ono poat- you should take such arbitrary action secution. "Judea for tho Jews" may otdre. one rear ....par SO 00 Seven men were killed by an av making their premiums pay losses and Kentucky's stood in their way and thero it has Koute East And larger club, at lb" rale nf Tl cent! against one ot tho main aourco3 of rovo soon become a rallying cry. Jaffa copy per annum alanche near Crested Butte, Colorado, expenses (most of them barely doing fore ought to be broken to pieces. tot ma Government, and to the contains nearly 20,000 people; but tho nue to tho thi) and thirty six cameoutattheend Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. And In addition Their eekly New. will boralte a free for one year l any perm who will Tuesday night. these havo annual aulcr bcr at ono clubollwentr orm terriblo disaster to so many Consul regrets that most of y prospective It comes from a p4U)fitce. en-- forward thtlr nmt ani addrcaa Tho Nebraska Legislature has of the year in a way which provescon-clusivelamount of money, a pee aboro with the Tboonljr lino running private individuals scattered all over not yet been educated up to the best source in Washington that Blackburn elected General Charles F. Mander that either rates are too low, table nf ratre. the United States, wo are unable to use of the pocket hankerchief. will not, as has been supposed by son U. S. Senator. or management PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS expenses too high, PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS Bee, especially in the faco of the fact D The "Bucket Shops," which are es sorao, carry the fight with Carlisle for The Hawaiian Islands sent 180, lacking somewhere in the clement esthat the Government loses nothing by tablishments where men gamblo in Speakership of the Forty-eightCon 181,838 pounds of sugar to thoUnited sential to successful underwriting. ! the extension, and tho whisky interest grain futures, on being informed by tho grcss to the point of defeating his rival btates during the year 1882. A special from G raj sou says: Will I dl.trtbalrd araios thnee who obtain and mow-- -, eend taThe Weekly Newt the ten target! clubt of feels that sorao iavorablo considerable Western Union Telegraph Co., that if ho can not be elected himself. An A son of J. P. Chinn, ot Har The sensational report started by a full raletub"CTllri from any ooe Hit oby tho lit day ol July I Ml, t'.th eubtirlptlon In theao is duo it." Wo advise them to make they would furnish them no moro amicablearrangement is more proba- rodsburg, accidentally shot and raor Lexington crank that a mob of 1,500 I.OIllHTllIP.CIllt'lllIIHtlillUlLoX clubt will bo IliKloil, liy., peace with John D. White and all quotations after a certain date, brought ble. Capt. Blackburn evidently ap- tally wounded himself Tuesday. men had been formed in this county ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. will be well. Ijirgett .1100 In gold a test suit against it and got first blood preciates the feelings of the Kentucky The U. S. Senate has passed a to attack the soldiers and hang Neal WASHINGTON CITY. For 7d Club .0 . 100 ' ad No is the merest bosh. Judge Geo. N. Bkown has sent a by receiving a temporary restraining people. bill providing for a Centennial Cotton and Caaft, Connrttlnf In Mm drput with fat Inlni lor ' tii - V) " . to " 8th mob has been formed in or near this request to the Governor for State order and enjoining it from removing It was Judge O. E. Kincaid who and Industrial Exposition in 1884. (Hi " 70 1STG-7- V ' " 7th troops to protect those miserable crea the ticker in tho plaintiff's place of succeeded to the city editorship of the persons county aud my word for it, there will iwenty-thr- eo hundred M" " llh ' M" nth " tures, Neal and Craft, from death by business, or turning the switch connec Courier-Journnail not E Polk John- find employment, or rather draw wa bo no such trouble. Such idle reports The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan70 " loth mob violence, and ho has issued or- ting it with the defendant's wire, until son, who only held tho position tern ges in the government printing office, do not only injure this section, but do ville, Norfolk, Total -1- 1,000 ders calling out the entiro Second Reg- upon a trial of the cose upon its mer- porarilyandwhohas a much better po Tho Now York Sun has been su the State incalculable injury. There premium! mutt I'trtlet All Virginia and North Carolina Inrarltblrwo- king lor tho abort each name r portaepd one dollar with iment and the two Louisville compa- its an opportunity shall be afforded to eition on the paper. Judge Kincaid has ed for libel by a nephew of Bob In is a disposition hero to accord Neal O. ed, aod they bould giro nauro with Points. act and Craft a fair trial, and believo that For ticket, and liirihrr InfurniilUn, opr-- to aro obtained aend money a fi.t a tha aubacrlbrr nies to accompany them to Grayson. the plaintiff of proving tho legality ot shown a decided adaptability in jour- gersoll, who lays his damages at your nramt ticket offlr. cr nddrew Hmall amount of mooer may to ent by mall at While it is right and proper that tho his business. they will bo so treated. nalism and we are sure he will succeed JA11I..H ('. I.KNhT. tbetoniany' rlta butamoiintsoter SI mutt bo dent KHithwevtero Aitent. A Michigan man's wifo shot him eat by tmee money ord r. check or by regl authorities should prepare for any The alarm in Wilkesbarre, Pa., SiO W.MilnMt.. lAulMllle Kjr. cered letter. Hend lor rpeclrarn ropy and then An Illinois paper says that Senator in his present difficult place to fill. becauso ho remonstrated with her about over the caving in of an old mino un. W.NJI1TII, it. Aunrem II. w. iili.i:k. emergency, we'll wager that a second Cullum is in the prime of life, vigorTUh WKrKLY NEW8. (Itk'l M.nxrr, llen'l 1'iw'r A('l. While we prefer Col. Thomas L. giving their sick child so much medi der the city continues, and the situaItle buiond, fit and HO lUco atreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. Irilnla attempt to take tho prisoners from the ous, active and aggressive. He will cino. tion for some of the inhabitants ap soldiery by force will not be made. bo heard from in the Senate, and, says Jones for Governor, we are free to say About one hundred vessels, po Tho mob which attacked them at Ash- an admirer, will dispute with any that Judge Owsley, by his courteous pears to bo really disastrous. Their tato laden, and frozen in Halifax land had no idea that they would bo man who assumes to control the poli- canvass, is commending himself to the water supply is cut off; they daro not Bay, are not expected to get out bo fired upon, else the first attempt would tics of Illinois tho right to do so. He respect of the people of Kentucky. light fires, lest their houso be burned fore spring. by the overturning of stoves in case of not have materialized. No set of men will have his say and his share of the Covington Commonwealth. Yes, he Tho Michigan Legislature has re PHARMACISTS fools enough to rush into tho jaws patronage. It is probable that he is the proper man for the place and we a further settling of the ground; they are would be glad if you would reconsider solved to investigate charges ot bri aro obliged to keep watch during tho - PXAI.M1 IX- of death and lose their lives in sucu a will resign the Governorship about bery made acamst rerrys triends in and give him your support. night in order they may havo warn causo as that. Drng8. Books, Stationery the 1st of Febuary, and ho will mako the Senatorial contest. ing in time to escape if more of tho and Fanoy Articles. What the United States can possito the Auditor's report no appointments in the meantime, Acconnisa A bill has been introduced in tho I'liyayclao' prctri Iptlon accurately compounded. sixty Kentucky counties drew more leaving that responsibility to Governor bly want with the house in which Lin Legislature of Connecticut enacting root of the mino should give way, and A In their children dare not attend one of coln was born is passed finding out; from the State Treasury last year than Hamilton. that a voter must take off his hat i k We i. k iTSTi tho public school which stands iu a they put in, which causes the Louis Representative Miller, of tho yet a congressional committee has rec- when depositing his ballot. precarious position. villa 1'ott to say that there are too Ohio Legislature, is the bad man from ommended an appropriation of 812,-00- 0 McDonald Bros., of Louisville, o Beck and Dawes had a lively Lnrgr-t- t Slock of Watches, to buy it. This seems to be car- got tho contract of building the Mt, many counties in the State, (117;) but Bitter Creek. Ho not only went into Clock, Jenelry & Sllrerwaro tilt during the debate in the Senate not too many for tho ueairo of those the body the'other day as drunk as a rying a silly sentiment considerably Sterling jail at 810,500. It is to be brought lo tbla market Price Lower than Eter on the tariff bill. Dawes claimed that aspiring citizens who strive to hold loon but threatened to kill the speaker too far. Watchea, Clock and Jewelry Kr. Ih Lowett. built of Big Sandy freestone. in opposing the bill Mr. Beck was jlnt on thorl notice and Warranted. county offices. New York, tho Em- when he remonstrated with him for The Kentucky Association of State Treasurer Vincent of Al working in tho interest of foreign man pire State, with 5,000,000 people and his boisterousness. Au attempt is be abama has decamped and his acccounts Mexican War Veterans will meet in Beck replied; "I flatly ufactures. Kentucky, has only a larger area than ing made to withhold his per diem but show a deficit of 8227,000. A thief Richmond, Kentucky, on the 22d of contradict tho statement, it is untrue." CO counties, while this State has twico it ought not to succeed. Mr. Miller at heart no doubtt ho speculated in February uext at 9 o'clock A. M. "It is vain," said Mr. Dawes, "to do that number. Thus the number of should not get drunk, but if he choos- cotton futures and lived like a lord. atThere is a married couple in the ny the fact." "Tho statement of tho publio offices is vastly inultiplied.with es to kill the speaker, perhaps that sin He imitated Polk quito well and wo of Anderson county, whose Senator," responded Beck, ''I again not enough additional advantage to might be forgiven him. combined age is 1G6 years tho man hopo his end will be liko bis. prouounce utterly untrue." Dawes compensate tho increased tho public to eighty-fivand the woman eighty-twThe Courier Journal publishes tho law prohibiting miscegenation said ho did not imp ign the Senator's The ox penbe. a Tho Northwest has had another in force in certain Slates bos been do rosters of the companies of State motives, but some how the interest of Eveh since (larfield's remains were blizzard, causing the murcury to drop 4WJ&; ."lff4. cided by the Supreme Court not to bo Guards that will go to protect Neal the people abroad are benefited by his Iain away in the Cleveland Cemetery, Minn. Tho and Craft from, tho B.yd couuty sava- to 20, at Minneapolis, M rawnrrS to the lourthteenth amendofforts." "Tho Senator," concluded tho government has bad 12 soldiers contrary snow drifts are 20 feet high in sorao Bill, because ges. As is usual, the list shows more Beck, "can not gel out of the suggesto guard the vault ment or tho Civil Rights and a Lieutenant places. attaches alike to white and officers than privates. Col. Allen tion that I am a knave by saying I am at a cost of 8281 per month, amount- the penalty Gen. Charles N. Anderson was a fool. black, without distinction. The whito will be in command again. ing now to 8 1,'IOC. Considering that nominated for the United States Sen-at- o The Chesapeake and Ohio elevawho wants to marry a Ferry has not been nblo to mako it is tho duty of the Cemetery authori- man or woman by a republican caucus of the No tor, now being built at Newport News, therefore, ship for his calling an election sure for the ties to havo tho remains watched, if negro had better, broska Legislature, which is equiva will hold 1,500,000 bushels of wheat. in ornamontation, is Michigan Senatorsbip yet, but he lent to an election. there is danger of them being stolen, some other 8eaport. The elevator building is to bo 400 foet unequalled. com- holds his own so well that his oppoIt is certainly a the person who ordered tho dotach- General Sherman will bo sixty- - loug by 100 feet wido and 15G feet DE3LHNTC3- - OP The balloting three years old next Wednesday. Tho ! inent there should show cause why bo pliment to Gen. Favette Hewitt, that nents can do nothing. high. The foundation consists of 2,- - T3E3CE3 no person has yet appeared to contest has" now lasted over two weeks. did so. event will be celebrated by a birthday 500 piles driven Iu clusters of nine Judge Black in an argument be- the question of his second election. The Mt. Sterling Sentinel, enlarged dinner riven by his friend, District piles each, driven 20 feet in tho defore the Houso Judiciary Committeo He makes a capital officer and and improved, is one of the best local Attorney Corkhiil. It will bo a bril ground, and sawed off lovel at high- raised the question of constitutionality serves to be given a second term Its advertising liant affair. water mark. .Tho piles aro capped papers we know of. on the bill now beforo Congress to J. W. Goodspeed, brother of the with oak timber and filled in between is second to that of no othpatronage with er weekly in the State, which shows Chicago divine, while crossing the them by groutiog to tho levol of the suppress proligamy in Utah, arguing The law to punish is not for Congress to legislate stripes well laid on their naked backs that to bo a mountain near Gothic, Col, was oak caps, nnd on this foundation tho that it caught by asnowslido and rushed down cornerstone was laid ou 17th instant. in relation to marriago in tho Territo- has just gou'J into f fleet in Maryland, The old woman who pulled down to death, with 100 tcct of enow for a ries, but for tho local self government and at Baltimore this week Charles There aro to be 2G4 piers of stone uluo pole and demanded pay winding-sheet- . tho Footo was let off with the light penal her to do so. It is not thought that feet high and six feet six inches at tho for Sheridan's whole army is still liv Two apportionment bills were in base, on which the walls of the buildbill will bo acted on by this Congress. ly of seven lashes. Farutra and I'lowmrn, llaUs Ollrir Chilled Metal will not corrode; tie brarlcat luit will remote in Vircinia, though sho has gotten too troduced in the Pennsylvania Legising will rest. The walls will bo con la t few wlnulea. TboOllrer It a (enter Draft Plow, hating aloptog laaJtlde, which doc away with The Cincinnati Opera Festival is The suggestion to limit the number old to attend to the gato any more. lature. The Nicholson Bill gives the structed by laying two inch plan ks tba preaiuro found lo etralght laudild I'lowt. The Ollttr bat bundieJt of Inltalort; to uanufaclu The city is of barrooms and sell licenses to the an unqualified success. ler wl'lloillattaii Inferlir I'low TbtOllr. hai a record unparalleled la tho blttory of Tlowi, Your McGoffin county has also indorsed renublicans fifteen districts and the flat one piece upon another, and the Dtlgbbori will Ull you lo UU Y TUB OLIVElt, and take no other. full of people and over 5,000 persons highest bidders finds favor in Missou- I The bins will be constructed iu tho same democrats eighteen districts. slghtly assemble to listen to the"rnock- - rl where there is now a bar to every Col. T. L. Jonoa for Governor and I manner. I Davis bill gives the democrats nine. Owsley is ahead. still Judge three hundred of the population. leg birds." ELJJ-JJ- S! iiiiliiwii I ii;;iMwMMWwyipiyy !"',, i l"i I. TO THE PUBLIC ir nimmi ai lunnci as kani ' 110-- FOR JSALE (! 101-l- tl-l- Tho Giiicintiti Nows! TERMS MODERATE. air y. .. MYERS HOTEL, r. ,c . t e tkart a. fifty-secon- a or 01 ill ..- !! d A SOLID TRAIN $1,000 IN OOIsD , TSroiOi. $90,-000- l PwEtt7&M'.&Iistev j lit-tl- poor-hous- e e fnv WJBm T JEWEL I desire to call your special tention to the aBHI iteimWVr&?wB mmJszsMT wMBWPBKSar which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste JFIESICID THE n. wife-beat- ers paying-institutio- toll-gat- fCmm&WJwtfKr W. H. HIGGINS. JL...ffll.lJ SnnMfttcchlo 3nltriorournaI IlADl.Y riRftlEn -- Cspl. Oottrlll, of Ihe Magnolia Farm Reed, A. Ringold, W R Clelland, It T AtX pffson knowing tlicmiclfd Inskit ttmrmsrum:. Two far of a freight Ilrlght'-- . debted to J T. Harris, for Ice, beef, fish train Jumped the track near Haztl Patch at Danville ha filled the place or hi fa. Latham, II, J. McDomlly and T. Wilson ... rematng fonr juror will It obtained TitK Knl(.mco at laurel Hill, Lvirel and oysters, confectioneries and hotel bill', Wednesday and beside causing considera moil Buckden, lately deceased, with Feirf The will plea come forward and settle at ble damage to the train, hurt two brake-me- n din. He I a chestput horse, five year old this morning (Thursday) and then the excounty, ha been dtcnntinued. once. quite badly. One of them, Allen and wis bred hy Mr, Aator at Ferncllfl" amination of wilnesif will begin. The Material for cameo imlntlog ran le Lincoln Mii.w ire now miking an ex Ileizley, Jr, was brought home yesterday Stud, near Rhlnebeck, K. Y. He li by Commonwealth's Attorney, It C. Wirren, had of Ham Hardin at II. K.Weartn'a e Ira quality of flour of selected wheat, bruised literally from head to foot anJ is In Leamington, out of Nellie Rsnsom, by Jack I assisted by M C.Haufleyand W. O. tore, a very painful fix. No bine are broken, Malnne. Ferncllfl wa bought by Mr. Welch, of Stanford The attorney for the which they wilt hereafter sell al the followAbout Ihsetb, ing prices: Patent flour, an extra quality, however, and it i thought he will be out Bibcock al the end of his two year old ca- defense aie W. O. Bradley, Denny and Inryeterdyallernoon To E. P. Owsley's Storeroom, reer, and at Ihe breaking up of Mr. Astor's Tomlinson, of thla place, and Col. Phil. B. coral Mltlng. A rewnrd will he given for $2 71; beat family flour $2 40; low grade in a short time " nctng establishment, for $1,800. The horse Thompson, fir., of Harrodaburg. The deOH TH Ita return to llila office f2; bolted meal fiOc; Unboiled mesl 4'c. MAFIRIAOET. fense filet a of n former acquittal of proved a xood investment, for In his Ilran, corn and shlpitnfla always on hand. Mm Cindy Modrrlt, fitter of Mr. Mr. Henderson P. Young, of High. SOUTH ST., form he won $12600, including the charge of murder, claiming that the left al the mill will b attended lo Unci, was married Tuesday lo Mis Annie Richard CM, died In Madlaon county thla Order Neat door lo A flwalar A Fon, where $500 In plate. He started eleven times, win- verdict of Ihe former jury in finding the promptly. week. She waanvrr COyearaof age. Iliiigh. Mr. oung is one of Ihe cleverest the defendant guilty of manslaughter, acqnited I will be IMetuetl In Hoc Kterj-body- ! Ht. AHANt llorni, -- Mr W. H Franci, men we know, nnd we hope he will be very ning four time. His victories Include I llAVK two American Hewing Machine, Witlisrs at Jerome Park, ihe Jersey Derby him of the chargoof murder. The Comthe INIIrnad Agent and Ileal happy with tills, hla third wife. guaranteed lodo good work, which I will and the Jersey St. Leger at Monmouth monwealth' Attoincy demurred to this K'lnte Dealer, will lakn charge of tlila hoUnless there I mure marrying soon ell cheap for cah or trade II K, U'earen. tel Sequel al Saratoga. The plea which demurrer Ihe Court sustained, neit Monday. It ha been thoroughly there will be a big crop of old maids here. Park and the 1680 wss Luke Blackburn's year and lo which ruling the defendsnt excepted. ScilooLl'oMMInilO.SKR J M Phlllliahaa overhauled, repilnted, refurnlnlicd repair- Il alwiy seemed strange to us how a man year Ferncllfl and Mr. Q L. Lorillard'sOnnsds Fee.y inch of ground will be fought over received 10 r cent of the money due for ed and refilled and wa never In bettcrcon could remain single long with a host of after him. At and considering the able counsel on both were the beat the aohoula reported to the lOlh of Janua- dltion to be kept in sweet girl about him and all in the same the end of the season one of his legs begsn sides, this will be one of the moat interest-lo- g knowledge of Mr Francis aasure u It frame of mind tint Ilarkl was. our ry and la read? to pay it over. Lexingtrills that we have had for many year. to swell and the disease, which wa a puz will be He is an energetic tnnn, wilfi a ton Transcript And it's juat the same FiNtuRa AMPUTATr.D -- Mr Jeff Jonea, zling one to the reterlnarles, rendered itim The Jurymen thus far selected are very Inacquaintanceship, and knowing Jiiat wsy over here. lrv telligent looking mn wlni uQrreil a very revere front-bi- te possible to train him. of the how a hostelry Saunders-Shklr- y. should be kept to please ihe Mr. Henry S hand Mime time gn,liaa had two of hla fin Lancaster, Frn. The remaining public, he will soon be able lo command Saunders, a Louisiana planter, and Miss A Call on Capt T. A. Elkin. gera amputated nnd he la now much belter. four juroi in the Arnold case ire Henry hi full share of the patronage of traveler I To iSt Editor tt Iht htttlor Journal) Lellte Todd Shelby were married at "ArWe ask the country people cadia," the residence of the bride' father, The undersigned citizens of Garrard Bohon, Henry Smith, Jimei Kirbey and TllR general cleaning up of the atreeta la and other W. a decided Improvement. Mayor Daugher-t- to give him a trial next Monday when they Cut. Isaac Shelby, on yesterday. The hap- fully appreciating the intelligence, integri- Daniel Barnet. coino In Court, for be Intend lo set a din- py young couple will go immediately to ty and sterling worth of Capt. T. A. F.lkln, aaya lie in doing the work at the town' L IX CASTER AI)TlKTJSKIir.XTS. cxpenae now hut hereafter he will have tho ner which will show how well lie knows their aunny Southern home, taking with and realizing the fact lhat he fought nobly for the union and constitution during the good wishes of many friends. ordinance requiring property ownert lo how to keep a hotel. them the rnoritiLTon, II. C. KAUFFMAN, late war, and that hia interest ire identified keep the at reel a clean themelve. Part or the C. 8. Treasure. Our ATTOItNEY At IiAW, with the beat interest of the country, would RELIOIOUS. LANCASTER, KY. We RECnvr.D a card y cuter day, algned readers will remember that a year or so Miner Court. Will There is a' movement in the Christian respectfully ask him to become a candidate practiceCommltitoosr Garrard Ireultsod sdjolnlog go Oen Joe Johnston created a considerIn all th Court of Usrrsrd "Many Incaatrlana," Inviting Ye Olde for State Senator, to fill the vacancy caused counties and In th Court of Appeals. chursh to secure the aervlces of Dr. Cox Fnlke. lo Rive a Cnncerte there and prom-i'ln- able renstiori by charging thit Jeflerson Hating had thli Hotel by the death of Hon. Robert Blaln, for eich Sunday In the month. them a Ug audience. Thia la flatter- Davis had gotten sway with the large J G. A C. W. Sweeney, W. 6. Miller, The membership of tho two Christian nnd ing to die performer, but they have had amount of gold and ailver held in the Con- churches In Lexington numbers 1,175. I. Singleton, P. J. T, L. B. M. Burdett, risi aiio HAaisa enough of that kind of fun for the present. federate Treasury and had approptlited it From lissemrnt to garret, S. M. Peacock, Tom Wherilt.CC, lo hia own use. It wa emphatically de- There were 73 additions last year. John W. Miller, INSURANCE COMPANY, That old reliable weather prognostic-tor- , nied at the lime and shown that the money Mr. Baker still continue his G D. Burdett, Intend to Keep II In it .Slrielly W, Huffman, Flrnt-Clas- .s crtwl went towards paying the soldier who were meeting at the time honored and there have J II Brown, Manner, Or Borros, Mm. E D. Bishop, Jno. T. HIggins, from lila hole to day and if doe doeen't aUllinarms. Mr. W. H. Miller, of this been a dozen or more additions to date. And lears nothing undone thai will add to the Capital. J'00,'00; surplus, I5M,29 !; total S. D. Rothwell, aee hi ahaddow will draw theholeotit with place, who wa in Morgan's command, can 1,0 VI CM SI. Eld. I II Grnbbi will preach at Rush W. E. Walker, KOI1T. IIMNAlR,Agt.,LaDcaater. COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. J. W. Griflln. hip, but If he alionld ere hia ugly picture alio wilnee to the untruth of the charge, Branch, next Sunday and the first Sundsy W. L. Kavanaugh, R. H.Tomlinson, J. M. Higginbolham, depicted on the ground, will return inatan-te- r for he yesterday exhibited In lii office six- in each month thereafter during the year. And many other. to hla place of concealment to hibernate llov. W. P. Harvey, of Harrodaburg, teen musty looking Mexican dollars, the another ix week. Vennor,Tice, the gooie remnapt of $32which he got from the specie ha been elected general superintendent of STAXrOlD 8TB11T Wc whose name are subscribed hereto loneei'if omnyfjir. are no where in fore- in question. He further atatci that each the Baptist Sunday-SchoAft oCVrtwork in Kenagree, one with another, and with the pro LANCASTER,- - KENTUCKY telling the weather when compared with man of his battalion got that sum and lhat tucky. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS A Nashville thou- jected Cincinnati, Green River O Hog. Ifi. There are said to ba thirty-thre- e the other troop got from $1& to lhat to donate the sum set To patronlts roe, as I hate ererj con rentence .audi sand Presbyterian churches, with 31,500 Railroad Company, JOHN T. IlimilXS, PROPRIETOR. Miry Pop tmount, and that he Ia confident JefT Da as MICE SAMPLE ROOMS, Ac , fr their use. IluiiNrii to Dr.ATit Mi opposite our name to procure for the aald plewell, daughter of ihe proprietor of the vlsdidn't get aa much of the treasure as he. minister and 14,108,000 members, scatter- Railway the and depot ed over the globe. Popplewell Honee, Someraet, waa burned Mr. Miller I naturally very proud of these A FIRST - GLASS HOTEL Rev. II. O. Henderson and W. E. grounds In Lincoln county, Kentucky, proIn death Wedneaday. She waa aubjecl to mementoti of his soldierdaya and will hare to and from vided the said Railway is built through In eterr particular. Tlienatroaazeottbe puMlo Baggage Transferred Gibson bare been holding a revival at file and it la etippoaed that ahe wai aeited them made into some useful article for hia the Depot free of charge. said county, beginning at or In the imme solicited, and astlalactlon (usruleed. Macksvllle, Washington, county, which re with one and fell in the fire. The ainell of wife The momy was paid out near the OlTSmescall. W. N. FRANCIS. adied in 10 additions to the Methodist diate vicinity of Richmond Junction: burning fleah atartled the houaehold and Soutn Carolina and Georgia line. W. G. Welch $ 6000 Church. Mr. Popplewell ran lo Ida daughter' room rHOFtSSlOSAI, 60. . ey A debate is in pro M C Saufiey Yr. Oi.nr. Folk is Conctutc wa a highto find It locked. He quickly buret the 100. Horse Cave, Ky. The Rev. gen T. P. Hill gress at t will sell or exchanse tsy Fnrra in Texas for t. w. vaaxox. vnuct k. vakxox. door open ind the terrible light of hla ly satisfactory and much enjoyed perform50. laoda In UarrarJ, Madison, Lincoln or Itoyle counJ. W. Alcorn T. W. & W.E. VAKNON, la tltuated In ties, dvighter lying on the floor, her drea burn ance, and those who took pirt deserre tlemen had better be trying to save souls J B. Paxton 10., Texas,'this firbi or It miles SouthTarrant rountr. initead-about 12 of the dlrof making a wider breach between ed lo lira mil her llrah ready to drop much praise for the admirable manner in 60. STANFORD, Krt Worth nnd about aamo distance rtortb or W. P. Walton KY. two rhurches. the CUT of Cleburne, In Johnson count j. Contsloa Utiles In Owsley A Son's new building up stairs. bnnra, wai presented to hi view. which they ena:ted them. The ladies all their from the 60. a AerPM iilO burn uponol fine land, all under trace, with la At the regulsr quarterly meeting of the R C Warren eood M. PEYTON, ttaad aood water on ulace. It Mix 1 weighed about 200 pounda nnd it appeared in the dreses of ye olden time ;. 60. jtritt rat e firming land and l uprrlnllu wsll Am'OHNEV Biptist Sunday School Board at Lexing- W. II. Miller AI X.AW. waa with the creileat difficulty that her and many a faded wedding silk that had jocaicu lor railing came, uingon a nigu plateau STANFORD, KV. 60. II. C Bright between two ntrer faldng itrrams f water. It la Will Practice In the Cruris of Lincoln and ad- been laid by for yeirs was brought from ton, Rev. W. P. Harvey, of Harrodsburg, body could be handled or removed. 15. Masicrson Peyton about one mil East of tbs surveyed routs of the Joining counties snd Ihe f uprrlor Court snd Court hiding place and made to do service; wa elected General Superintendent of the K , which Kort Worth A IModrandelt. will rw ut Appeals Spsclal stttutlun glrcu to collections. Wi: Said So. GnCdent that the atory it u completed In a short time, and also stout 3 lalles umcoon Lancaster iu and with powdered hair, done up witli the Iiaptiat Sunday School work in Kentucky. West ollne (J C AlMDtareH. K. now In operathat Mra Julia A Hunt had run oft" with Bishop Dudley glvea notice that hia tion from Kt Worth lo Ualieslon. Thla farm la In large tuck comb, ALEX. ANDEnBON. . a man other than her hueband and had gust cotton and wheat rallies, sect Ion of North-ethe ATTORNEY A.T T,A.-Venough for cart wheels and breastpin of church has decided to investigate the pracTexas aod 'fry desirable for soy on wanting cone lo Knrope waa a bare libel on a pure DANVILLE, KY., Also hare cm the place a or raise rattle to DEPARTMENT. enormous size, a "monstrous comical" look ticability of establishing a Diocesan High email bunch of Short Horn Heifers with call and Will practice lo the Courts of Itojleand sdjolnlog woman, we ro(e lo her hnband, Mr. I D. one One Short Horn Bull, 3 rears old thla Spring; counties snd In the Court of Appeals. ing crowd wa presented. The gentlemen School for bora in that one of the Kentucky Hunt, who la manager of the New Claien- will trade farming x:attor. also place. Implements, that I llU.X'AM,with wore knee breeches, and if their lower limb towns that will offer the greatest induce .n. HcKKU lbs don Hotel, Memphia, asking about it, and DR. J. O. CAHFENTER. ments. Lancaster, Ky Jan It, 1891 LANCASTER. correctly represented the size of those in Rev A. II. Redford, who waa accused STANFORD, in reply received a letter from Mm. Hunt KENTUCKY vogue In O'lr forefather's dsys, we don'l of som crookedness with regard to the Assessor has begun his work, The Office orer RoM. 8. Ljtle'a alore. Office boura herself, whn drnounce the publication an for changing the fashion. It management of the Methodist Book Con Our farmers report that young lamb from S to 9K snd 7 to 9 r. x. "I hare been," blame them unwarrantable "lander. wa really dangerous looking lo see some cern, seems to be in trouble In Bowling are doing well. ahe onntinue, "in Mimphia for two month LEE P. HUFFMAN. Hemp breaking has progressed rapidly of them venture out on such weak under- Green, where the Bishop of the lat ConI I3JV'.rieT, WXJITGXJOIN and the laat two week have bvtrn devoted STANFORD, KY. pinning, but let all that pass. It wasn't ference assigned him The people there during the past week or two. Office South aids Main Street, two doors store to nursing my huaband who met with a . the M jers Hotel. W. P. Walden, & Co., are extending show any way. in the first place protested greatly against accident " (A drunken boarder cut Intended for that kind of a Pure Nitrous Oxide Oss administered when reA good audience, yes a splendid one, con quired. his being sent to tbem and ever since have the plank walk lo the depot. Mra him severely In the face and neck ) and been making it hot for him. Hugh Logan his secured a position as A story is Hunt' many admirer in thia vicinity will sidering the rain waa coming down fast from now up thai he borrowed a sum of money clerk In the store of Jas C. Hemphill. JITDGK ,V. O. IIA.VNKOItD be glad to know that their good opinion of it was dark a F.rebua, gathered, and The Arnold Jury, under guard of the the rise of the curtain lo Ihe tall thereof a from a Mrs. Hockersmith, ol that town beIs a randldaU for the democratic nomination fcr her waa not miaplaced. RepnsenlatlTe la the next Lrghliturv. Ic more surprised and delighted one is rarely be gold, and which, Sheriff and deputies is stopping at the MaKlLI.(l Mrlil J. M Hanaford ahnt seen, .Ml" ranthea .McKinney, as auni fore tho wsr, to stillpaid in and unpaid. A son House. due it la alleged, nd killed Jona Key nolda Monday under JUDGE T. P. Q. Jone Salter and II. J. Mattin will P.dly McOuirr, read the opening address son of the old lady went to see Redford the followingcircumfltance-- : Iteviinld,wlth in a. very creditable manner, which, togeth possession of the HIggins' House about Ia a candidate for Representative In the next about it, when a quarrel that came near take Con slating ol autject to the action ol the democracy. a woman and two men, weit to Somereet er with her make-u- p and her action. caus ending in a fight ensued. It is said that the lOlh of February. and afler gelling drunk alarted lo whoop. ed much merriment. "Sirike ye The regular Standing Jury waa the claim will now be ventilated before the S. MUKPIIY 'SUUIRE Mr Han near and brandlah Creirm. Tuesday to meet again Friday. Mr California AprlcolH, waa sung, all the singer participating. This courts. Is a candldato to represent Lincoln county Iu the ford attempted to arrrat them, when they an I theiitherchorues,,,KingingSkewl,""OId Thos. Anderson was excused from the grand flrccu Giiru I'luuiH, next Legislature, subject to the action of the DeLAND. STOCK AND CROP. restated, and he fell back for ai!tince Kentucky Ilnmt" and "Auld Lang Syne" mocracy, te jury Tuesday, on account of sickness. Htnr Touuiioe.s, Again advancing toward llieru, Kevnold A car load of mules for sale. F. At a meeting of the Qarrard Bar held were admirably given and created much drew a dirk and made demonatratluna of applause. A decided leature of the enterReid, Stanford, Kv. Ynritiotith Corn, in Lancaster, Ky., on Ihe 30th day of Jan. Fur tale, 20 head of cattle. W. A. 18S3, Hon M. H. Owsley was called to the fight Hamford then fired at him, at which tainment wns the duets, "Mtrimnnial KciihcU'm Peaches. Late of Chenault, Serrrsnce A Co., Stanford, Ky., Keymdil turned and ran, the Marahal fol Sweets" and "Sister Ruth," by Miss Lucy Coffey, McKinney, Ky. with chair and Robt. R West made Secretary The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills Thereupon the Chairman stated the object lowing, firing a he went. The icurlh ahot Burton and Turn Johnston. & CO.. M. Miss Lucy Fine Aii'iIch, nnd corn. ttMik flVct and Keriiold dropped dead. An of the meeting and appointed Geo. Denny, importers and Jobbers of Dry Ooods. Notions, Ac, has a very sweet meizo soprano voice and want to buy wheat 37, 639, til ilalu Street, Cor. Sixth, .String Reims, Corn dropped from 67 to 67 in the Jr., W.O. Bradley and It H.Tomlinson a inquei-- t wa held and a verdict rendered a born little act res', while Mr. Jon-ln- g that drcearcd came to hla death by ahot surprised every body by acting and singing Chicago Board of Trade Tuesday. KY. committee to draft resolutions; said comOjHterM, aie. DOUIHVILL.K tired from n piatol in the hand of Mat A Maysville dealer bought a Bourbon mittee reported the following: They were loudly ap hi part so well. Hamford and not In necveary FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Hon. Robert Blain, a member of this bar, plauded on Ihe first piece and were forced man's crop of tobacco, 30,000 lbs., at 12i U(Min hearing the verdict Mr Hamford to repeat tho latter. "Ituth" was sung by cents having departed this life, we deem it but Eight thoroughbred bull calves and Ueeause your house, or your goods, or your Ills gave hitneelf up. The ivinpithy of the a and to ourselves to tes Also, a lot of new Mackerel. 8ugaia atock, or your other property hsie not been burnt quartette consisting of Misses Abe Van old for sale by S. 11. just to his memory people ia entirely with Hamford a lleyn- - Arsdale and Florence Truehcirt, S S. My one ditto or Injured by Breor lightning, Is no guaranty that tify to his worth a a lawyer, and express think, then, lhat It Bsughman, Stanford. and Coffees in abundance, and they cak hot be Don't you Indemnity In case oldi waa a draierate character and. had fre ers and A. A Warren. would be pruJent to secure our sorrow therefor. In every position in Misi VanArsdale Fourteen broke mules and 1 thoroughsuch loss or damage should occur t I oiler you thla quently made threat ngalnt the oflictr. sings with much animation and her voice. life he proved himself competent, honest InPrices extremely Low, at the at the loweat ratea obtainable la any bred bull calf for sale. It. B. A E. P. On Wetlneaday surance Company. I represent seven and you may the examininK trial wai is a strong and pleasing soprans, Mia and agreeable. He waa a man without en Woods, Stanford, Ky. take your choice. OWui JIUs. M. I'lltl.ll'S. held, when Mr. Hanaford waa honorably c deplore is a tender alto and with the good five emies and above reproach. A breeder In Woolford bought discharged. sympa- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," male voice the melody was complete Mis head of fancy cattle for $11,000, but they hi death and tender our heart-fel- t i 1883 thy to his widow and children, A young mar Minnie Dinwiddle mg "Robin Adair," a A Chapter of Mishap. failed lo breed and he sold them this week LANCASTER, KY. Goods The resolutions were unanimously adopt ried man who had not got uaed to Ihe glara very difficult piece, In a way that showed at G cents per lb. for beef. of W. O. Bradley, these put up, went home her excellent voice and her ability toeonnd door lhat he had bommon ed. On motion John A. Thomson sold 10 Mr. Dr. yearling mules at $80 and 60 shoats at 0 resolutions were ordered to be entered at GEO. D. BURDETT & CO., after the concert the other night and forget the very high notes with eaae. large on the record and a copy transmitted ritEACIIEKNVIJLXK. KY. Roso of Summer" ting all about it, began aa uiual to arouee HuUman gave the "Last I'roprlctois- cents. Geo. A. Whitney sold 20 yearling to Ihe famllyof deceased; and the Intemoh hla wife by banging on the door. The firat In an charming a manner that ahe waa com- mules at $100 -- Mt Sterling Sentinel. I wish to sncouDoe to the trade tnat I will sell JounNAL, Danville TMbune and Ktntudy goods ss low at the lowest. Call sod exsmtne my knock he made hla knuckle went c,raahlng pelled to answer an encore, when she sang of Agriculture, C. E. Commissioner "The moat Justlr euccessful effort of uodarn stock and be conrlnced. ai I know you are all tired Adcocate, are n quested to publish theie " She has u pure soprano voice, literature." (Belfaet (Ireland) Ness. through the glajv, acatlerlng the piece in "lien Holt ol high priced and aboddy gooda. Bowman, haa rent us a package of White every direction and tearing the tkin oil hi which i highly cultivated and capable of Burley tobacco reed, which we will give to proceedings. COME ONE, COME ALL I The csae of tho Commonwealth vs. W. rapping it up In the sweetest expressions Mrs. J, P. Bai- those who wish to try It, provided they will hand in uiauy place. (FEBRUARY) A. Arnold, charged with the murder of Come up, roll up, tumble up I don't caic how hia handkerchief, ho diarubed n quietly as ley scored a very decided success in "Annie report re.ult. you come up, so you bring the money up. Robt. Boyle on the 7th day of September, V. M. lltsttAKD. poaaible to eecape tho atorm that waa brewLaurie," which ahe rang in in admirable Vtrr rrspectrully, Scroggina, Hudson & Co. purchased 1880, now on trial, is attracting very large Into bed; manner. "John Anderson, my Joe." was three ing beneath the quill and lid of fat mule from Lewi e Arnold his but a luck would have It he forgot rome. well sung by Mis Daisy Burnalde, Mr Haydon, Ieaac Wilson and Tho. Smith crowds lo the Notable among the contents of thla apeclallr hid two trials; at the first tho jury did not number arc the jdIdj chapters of fur it, Walter Owsley taking the part ol the old t thing and going to the The prices paid were $122, $127 50 and agree, on the second the jury found him knocked over a pitcher of water, which fell man. Prof O. II Anderson added much $107 in the order named A Wouiiiu'm SciiHiUlonl" Nelson Record guilty of manslaughter and fixed his punco as to pour its contents all over hia low-e- r to the eujowutnl of all by giving several Howells-- aa The limb crop i unusually fine thli International Ill WILL USD TUk A New Narel be ishment at confinement in the penitentiary nor j- dealing withW. D.problem ol among With a herotaui wor- violin solos in a manner that would have the nether garment. teiaon, though many that appeared during for the period of two years, which verdict women Tbs Illustrated feature of the Issue InCincinnati Weekly Commercial He wa en- the revere snap of last week died. The thy of a better cause he ehuked back the done credit to a piofenslonal clude a dencrlptlrs paper on Mrs. Huffman, weather has been favorable for them since wii reversed by the Court of Appeals. The Invectives that aprang to lit lip and thusiastically applauded tfty-sl- x column family newspaper, An "American EtckcrH," and the In doing no he Miss Eva Cocke and Messrs. S. 8. Miera and they have been coming by Ihe hun case waa continued at the laat term of the sought the match-box- . court by the defendant on account of abatnt Hr St'i Van reproductions of the knocked over a tumbler, imaahing it Into and Tom Johnston formed a quartette that dreds nlcturrs) "Ai- - NcuiisWccltly Interior Journal Col. '. T. Morrow, of Somerset, foldlnf Aiuerlr.ii etchers, (sixteen W. HG Fife bought of J. Bennett 32 witnesses. lists' Models Id Now York," lllustrstesl by Blum smithereena and caualng the chin muaic made delightful mualoof "Come Where Mr roaonK yuan.' Jr., and others, a blendaveraglog 1,620 lbs , at 5J cent and who was elected special Judge In the cite, Hums, Inuess, lacker, uiutirmej biographies! paper cattle, that waa coming from the bed to increase Iove Lies Dreaming," their voice alter urawioga oy arrived in town Tuesday morning and Ihe ontieilsrlit sunns. Kate Uieensway, ana oiuers, THREE DOLLARS A Y GENTS iu Msurler Mr A A McKln-n- e 51ofV O Chenault, averaging 1.472 lbs., In volume and emphaaiw Ho finally got ing with sweet accord My AdrenturealnZunl br Frank II Cushion: of hog at $0; case waa called about 10 o'clock. The at an litorlcsl paper ur Urorgo W Cable, on "The And allow the subscriber to arleel, free ol thurge, ad Mia. E. P Wwsley and Mrs. Smith at 51 cants; also a drawing on dry clothe, y, straight and niter from Ihe tollowlnjt choice Hit ol books t Commonwealth motioned treoleeln ihe Americas Rerolu Ion," Illustrated 1 again sought the bo I. Were III troubles Hauirliman did not appear In solos save in also of Joe Jones 210 sheep, averaging 10 torney Ut Ihs by t'eunell, a biographical sketch of the Court for a ruotimunci on account of Triliiuajoii'aj I'ochih, oter? N, no; for uiore thin a solid hour the "Singing Skewl," hut the) good meixi lb., at fij rents. This atock was shipped l Tiet,s-ibfifiGeorge William Curllu, Miihtn. C absence of John Fairis, in impoitint the curiam lecture ountinutd, till tired na anprsno of the former and the ountrsllo of lo ( incinnati. The cattle brought j cents, tie Tin' .ynrruthrvfthn JvHtittte Art' witneis. but the dclemUnl ncreving to al liy 8, S Cuniol. with fronllspler portrait engravd . turn's tweet rctorer, bslmr alrep, shut out the two Utter addrd much lo ihe beauty of hogs $0 30 and aheep a fair price tie Fxieilltlotl,ly Lkul Dsiieabower. lore story low to be read, before ihe jury as a deposi- ed by lole, sud a toMlnustUn of ihe by lire. Ala-of Herald, Ifiei Mill on the FIohm.Ij Uevrge HIM. mining life, "The tho chorus piices.asdid It bt Fnzsl' The the voice that haa lost much of Ita sweet Kiwis The unllluatraled irooJ'JVifiirtf llltnoru ui ltou, The Cincinnati cattle uiaikttahowsail tion, Ihe statements of Farrls made at a ry llallock luclude a powerful essay on' lealureeofu Ows aliice llaowntr learned howtuatold harpsichorders, Mrs. Hulfmnn, Mr. a Ihe the number wlthSCOIUkttrstlona. aa presetted iu the bills of ex1'ioblem " by Miss I'.iuim l.surus, a humorKind reader Hits Is no dime novel romance, ley, Mr Ilsiley nnd Miss Cocke, furnlabed classes In light demand rave atocker and former trial ' by Frank IU Kant l.uitnr, by .Mrs. Henry Wood. waa ous etury, "The spectral Mortgsge. The receipts added feeder which are active and strong Com ception, the motion for a cmlinuauco Hiocktoo, Fealurrsor Ihe hew Noitli.liesl," by but another incontestable proof lhat truth the accompaniments Iiiiiui''i .tlumiKieof tHHU. ami Commonwealth required to E. V. buisllvy, Ac , ale , poems by btedtuan, BloJ. good to choice The Stria finally Uubhmon. ia stranger than fiction, for the young man quite a nice sum to the fund lo build a mon are quoted at "&S: dird, JoS'iutu Millar, sud others; sud dtpanmtuU A TretitiKH oil tlif Jlutun unit 111 contains a cspltsl common to fair shippers, try. The Court being aatlilied that a jury of great lulerrst. told us so with his owu mouth. Lest souie parsonage for lb Presbyterian church, and butcher, parody ou Swluburue, bylleleu lirsy Cons. Ulmramfu, by Ir U. Kendall cows, 41(3,41; heifers, 1J6; oxen, free of blaa could not be obtained In this tarnlng Mrs McElroy is lo be congratulated ou fries, U ceou, II a tear. II will pay lor a nlssone mar think lhat he had been Tio H'oimili it llilfe.by WllklcCUHus. nuoi2131;atocler and feeders. 4(3)5. The county, theaheiitf was ordered to goto month's subscription, beginning, wltu this uoisi. lllnlatU oftlieKhiuitom ofirelmul. long with Ihe wine cup before going Koine, the complete aucce-- a nf the undertaking v. uoweus uer, ana inciuaibg sit oi county and aummon 100 men from lor it we stud the three bsik nuuibtrs already Muvrrlu, by blr Waltrr cell. we will iu to him say lhat he tou:h-- J Miss VanArsdale U deserting of much hog market Is weak and alow at CJQJOj for Mercer rolume, couutnlug Orel cbsplerauf A Jirsaro l.mlu, by JllssMutosk. shippers; pack- whom to select a jury. Thirty four of the (sued In this Claim" aod that remarkable miss A es not, tastes not nor handle not and that praise for the Interest ahe took and the selected butcher md heavy The Utile lltctloiiitrU' 10. Sheep men have been examined and eight juror of papers, "Ihe Lbilsttiu Leasueot Connecticut." as many mean thing lhat bis wifs accused part sheeracted in Ihe programme, and we ers, C400J; common, OJO compute. All deslvrs sell numbers and take tAtilu Auillru'i Secret, by Miss Hrsddon obtaloed up lo thla writing. Their name Iplloua, or lemlllan es may be made direct to Call on or sddrcst "V. IV HALTO.V. of, h uiver once, iutimated thit he but echo the sentiments of the public wheu are in fair demand at 3J5j; stock sheep, hlui E. J. New York. ldlior Interior Journal, bianford, ky, THU Civ.MT'K V CO., Lamb ate in demiod at 4i051. are: B. W. Korrls, On D. Crane, we tender her very many thinks. waa drunk, Nir r lot of apple ut received at It ('. TO MY PATRONS. Friday Mornlnir, L4 " - Fobrairy 2,1883 Fur-iilltir- N, IOCAL TIME CARB. I EXPECT in n OVE SIDE MAIN I'siaterer trains Nsrlri Month.. ,.......... Ml 1 M, M 't F. anear-ring,wit- h LOCAL NOTICCS. three-year-o- Buy I'Anrr. of IVnny A McAllste. Nr.w stock nf Jewelry and Hilrersrare it Penny A McAllslerV VAt.riTii.-Benilmen- ial mil mmie, t nil prices tit iVnnj A McAlialer'a Watciim, Clocks unJ Jesrelrr repalre--l ami warranted bj IVnny A McAllster. I,ARIK Mock nf Wlmliiw (Jlsss, nil lie I'eiini Doulile Illicit ulsss for flower ll A McAliater. PERSONAL. pi, well-kno- W. T. C?ItEElV. three-year-ol- d Mn V 8. ItoOKrn nJ fsmll liar moreil to town. Hon J. W. Vr.Mir, of Sweet Owen, Win here yenterdiy Mn James II. Known, of Lanraster, U with hit old friend here. Mrj.Qco II. MuKinxey has gone to Garrard to lslt her daughter, Mrs. Wru. ltojslon. Mrm Maiiy Ci.aiik Ekohxan went up loBroJbenJ Weslnesulaj to Tlslt Mrs. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. lt y W. S. FRANCIS, STANFORD, Itcfiirnis.ie.l I - I... Hur'delt. MtssBrxir. recwered from return to College. MiMrJAixiiIIurrMAht, of Lancaster, Mrs. Jno. McRoberts, Jr.', wii and other relaiitet. TaYf riendtofKM.fi. n. Kim, will err be k'kI to learn that he haa Imprntrd considerable In the list fewdajs. Mm Pr L F HrrrMAN haa Rone to the Opera Fretlfal and Mine Addle Pur nell and Eta Cockr, Mrs. J. M. I'lilllpa nnd Prof. lingers will no Mr, J. i: Manns, who left the high estate, of a newspaper man to decern! to the leeelof a Ileal I'.dala Agent, i In (own yesterday and mide ua a Ttry pleasant call, Hoy. J, II. Itaucr, ofUarrrml, U mentioned m a suitable perron to iticcetd the late Uobert illiln in the Slate Senate. Certainly no man ha proud Ida qnslilles Yeo-unmore satisfactorily thin Mr. Broce? rival hi her lllnasaii lot VamA so far able lo KY. titliat MANUFACTURERS' Heilttcd K-- v. groiind-hocwi- ll i, 115-l- HIGOINS HOUSE! Coin ia ercinl Travelers d- ol light-of-wa- loTal1ia'tJers. Frhii CLOVER A Oraters at II. C. IlrlghlV ai -- A Tezac Farm For Sale! Ditzler-Sween- and Timothy seed at A. r On-ele- Hon'.. I Come In to- County Court next Monday. and aeltle for Tour paper. TUB Kink will open la of at 7 o'clock night. Kftrybody Incited. with -- Don't fall to sec the onrn sliclMr fan attachment at V. II. Iligglns'. DlcKensoN sir-e- Sweet rotate Ituevll Csiinty Ilratllian al A Qwaler A Sun. ear-rin- gs Garrard County Hour. it. weht, m , Sl'cun Inrlle .11. and CnflVes lower than ever. We ynu to examine good and price fa-- C UriRht. I12-2- m Foil Ham. Three hnndsuine residence?". Will ell very ehesp Stanford, Dec 25, 82. iV.CrsJg. It wiM.be oberved that our correspon denta haee gone back on u for thia lue in a way we ilesptae PARnc wlaliinK to buy WMEOna should call on A. T. Xunnelley and eeelhe Mitchell. He Is agent for It OUR K. It atib'cripilon list grew apace. Another man ha been added, M, IVyton, K , and may many others do llkewlie. I) V. Vakorvekr, Fq . Chairman nf the IttllroadCiinuiUtre,ak that the mrm hers meet here Monday for transaction ol Important business Yonn account wat due January 1st. Pleae call and Kettle without further delay The old firm' business) must be settled McAlister A Hrlg'it JUST RECEIVED! 1 One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, IIIIX, Jit., J. jos. sXsViuraivce;, Mike ELKtK baa nni-- a butcher stand under Kobe 8 Ljtls'a storc-roowhere hi keep the beet and freshes! meats at the lowest price) . in. ALL rAKTIRJ knowing themeelyea debled to Chenault, Seeeranc A Co, will confer a great fator hy settling, lha tame, aa we desire to chose up nur bualnean. I AM attending to Mr TT D.sless' business during lila aicknni and any pereon or etlle an acwlaldng topurchaaeco count will pleaae call on me John Dudde-ra- r. first-cla- ss m, J. ROBINSON 1 ttrst-rla- True-heart'- s Mn Joiik J. MoHobeiits, for the Eo,ui table Life Awurancc Co of New York, paid on TueedaT to the widow and children of Capt. John H. Shanki the full amount of hia jwlicy, $10,000. wlali to TltEfriendanf"thpariionag" exprea their aincere lhanki to tlioa ladira -- jut New and New Prices and gentlemen who ao kindly and cheer-full- r rendered auch yaluable awlatance In the "Olde Folic Concerle," and to the public for their liberal patronage. aaya that "Oen " A CjiatanoooA K. Ilurlberl la there lor the purpose of a dairy farm in that vicinity. We hope he'll have better e tircera than he had here with hla Furniture Factory project. Our people did nut teem very anx-iou- a to put up the money for hia atnek company, but they nay capital i alwaja al THE MIDWINTER pair car-loa- ds CENTURY! wlf-bcl-n 117-l- m court-hous- viaah-alam- SEE HERE! eight-pag- cautioua. 'I Somk timk ago Wm Linihan moved Into the houae occupied by Ilia mother-in-laMra. V. J Bpratt, and without con. aulllng her mored her Ihlnga out. She brought ault fur tho poareraiou of herprnp erty and a jury decided that ahe ought to havelt, whereupon the Court gve Mna ban tlllyeaUrdiv tn"vamoreolhe ranche" Sberlflf Merefee wnl with a pnwe yealer day to put nlui nut nolcm toltm w. Fin car-lo- Rich-uiun- CO. W- -J P I)Jty,P M at the June- tlon, waa arreated Tueaday, charged with having a pUtol comealed on hia peraon while attending a erloruiaiire at the Opera llou'ae a lew nifclu lfore, when, he waived in examination and waa held In $S0 to appear at the Circuit Court. U'la'the cuatom to.0x jhe ball al that aumuntln auch hut it atrjkr u that it la a foolUh one. It ahould lw fixed at an amount auflletrnt to inaitre the prraence nl the acoued at Court, andurtalnly it will nut do o in tbta cam unleu be chootta te appear. Jew-Is- U0; t5; over-rule- Ilrlc-a-llr- J- - Ck, aub-s- ci 2(3. Y riiMS; jTiii tHH LIH&R1LH VIVH, AUCHO MsT.tVAOir.9. Elder Toots has often been alluded to The-- reindeer CAnnot bo dismissed Ono hundred nnd ten feet wido by AM without mentioning his flesh ns an or- in tho proceedings ot this olnb as on inlong contains ono aero. STA-asroiar)- , Two linndred and twenty feet wido lij ticlo of diet, Th6 tongtio is n great del- dividual of gcrencit connicnaneo nnd icacy, and thcro is probably no meat Bwcctest repose. Having to go to tho 193 long contains ono aero. February 2, 1883 Friday Moraine, h and A barrel contains forty gallons of moro dainty and succulent than that ot market for n boltlo ot ono of theso animals, not too old ; but n quart of beans, ho decided not to re0,210 cubio inches. Fivo yards wido by DCS long contains it has ono peculiarity in order to havo turn homo previous to putting in nn FltttAKX or JUltlE.1. ot tho lodge. o As n Jt in perfection it must 1 oaten very Bhlcl, in liUInlraitablo sketches of tin ono aerc. ho was on hand half nn hour Ten yards wido by 481 long contains soon otter being killed ; tho sooner tno Irish bar, tell of tho verdict of n Clan better, for it deteriorates in flavor tho ahead of tho usual timo, and was left in ono aero. jnry, in n caso of " fclonfons gallantry. longer it is kept. I havo lately dined chnrgo of tho hall while tho janitor prosTwenty yanls wido by 212 long con They aconitled tho prisoner of tho capi on fresh trout from n Siberian lake, pected up tho alloy to seo if any of tho tains ono aero. tat charge, bntfonml him guilty of great nmiaconcy." It. Shelton Mackcn-eic- , Potty yards wido by 121 long contains young wild ducks ns fat as squabi, and storo porters had been reckless enough 1kx out in the cold. reindeer, ony of which delicacies could to leavo a in his notes to Shlcl's text, Bays i ono acre. not bo had in tho samo perfection at Tho elder filled his pipo nnd had a Bmoke Congou teas havo small, short, grayis nothing to tho verdict of a "This Delmonico's, or any similar establish- nnd then in n moment of emotional inWelsh jury: 'Not gnilty bnt wo rec- ish b.ack leaves. clay into ment in Now York, for lovo or money. sanity ho dropped tho red-hommend him not to do it again.'" Keep tea in n closo chest or cannistcr. coat-tapocket. Oombuatlon nnd Mackcnzio also relates that nn English Keep coffco by itself, as its odor It must not bo supposed that tho seal, his whalo ond walrus constitute tho entire ignition followed, and when tho janitor jury, not very bnght, having a prisoner affects other articles. beforo them charged witU burglary, find, Keep bread and cako in n tin box or food supply of this part of tho world. returned tho elder was skipping over Thoro is scarcely ony bettor eating in stools nnd benches liko n boy getting lcing unwilling to convict him capitally, stono jar. as no personal violcnco accompanied tho Sixty feet wido by 720 long contains tho way of flesh than tho corcgonus a away from a delegation of hornets. now species discovered at Toint Barrow Thoro was a strong smell of smoko and robbery, gavo Uio eafo verdict : " Ouilty ono aero. of getting out of tho window." IIo Cranberries will keep all winter in A by tho Corwin and certainly no moro fire, bnt the elder had no timo to relate dainty gamo exists than tho young wild particulars. Ho sat down in tho water- adds that tho most original was that of firkin of water in n cellar. nn Irish jury beforo whom n prisoner September and October butler is tho geeso and ptarmigan to bo found in pail, but it was waterless. Ho rolled pleaded guilty, throwing himself on tho liest for winter use. countless numbers in Hotliam Inlet. At oyer and over on tho Door, but tho smell It was not until a dozen mercy of tho court. Tho verdict was : Oranges andlomonskccplcst wrapped tho latter vicinity, doubtless tho warm- grew stronger. " Not guilty." Tho Judge, in rmrprisp, n soft paper, and if possible d in a est inside tho straits, aro found quan- memltcrs had come in and chased tho exclaimed : " Why, ho has confessed his drawer. tities of cranberries about tho sizo of a old man into a corner nnd collared him crime. 1" Tho foreman responded : "Ah, Scaled herrings should bo fat fish, pea, which mako n valuablo accessory that it wa. discovered that ho was on my Lord, you do not know that fellow, free- from scales, and when smoked bo to roosted goose. Largo quantities of fire. When Elder Toots started for homo ' of a bricht colder, color. bnt wo do. Ho is tho eggs aro procurable, but in most cases ho was n sadder man. He also had on liar in tho whole country, and no twelve Tho Esquimaux, No. 1 herrings are generally small they ore doubtful. men who know his character can beliovo and poor fish. who have no scruples about eating them old coffco sack thrown carelessly over Uio small of his back to give him tho a word that he says." And, as tho Jurors Gunpowder is a heavy tea, of a dark partly hatched, seem never to compreadhered to their verdict, tho "liar" es green hue, and the leavei rolled in hard hend onr fastidiousness in tho matter, appcaranco ot a Roman brigand. Tho caped. and why our tastes aro so different from incident was duly nnnounccd to Brother balls. T. W. Edmnnds reported to tho AlTwankays aro known by their largo, theirs in this respect, Thoy will break Gardner as ho came in, and when the bany Law Journal of Tnnol8, 1870, a yellowish, badly-rolleleaves and strong an egg containing n young duck or meeting opened tho old man said: " Let dis lesson sink deep into your murder trial, which took placo in Now odor. Tho infusion is n deep yellow, goose, extract tho bird by ono leg nnd York city, and in which ho appeared for and of clear, sharp tasto. devour it with nil tho relish of nn epi- hearts. Do not cultivate sercnenoss. tho accused somo thirty years beforo by Oolong teas are very highly dried, of cure. Gulls' eggs, however, aro in dis- Scrcncness will wodo frew a mnd-holall do y'ar around when half an hour's appointment of tho court, Tho defen- wiry, brittlo leaf, and valued according repute among them, for tho women dant was a young woman who, leaving to degree of strength and pungoncy, who, by tho way, havo tho samo frail- work would bridgo it. Do not bo tranpoor parents in Now Jersey, went lo and freedom from dust. ties and weaknoss of their more civil- quil. Do tranquil man am cither a great Now York city, nnd obtained a placo as ized sisters behoving that eating gulls' villynn or too lazy to kosp up wid do Imperials aro in larger grains than Avoid waiter in restaurant. Sho mot nnd mar-rie- d gunpowders, and in color a silvery green. eggs causes loss ot beauty and brings on purceshnn. a young butcher boy, but kept at early decrepitude. Tho men, on tho It may do in a groat mnn, but when it .Hysons havo long, straight, fleshy, work until her pregnancy compelled her grayish-greeother hand, nro fond of seal eyes, a tid comes down to poo folks liko us ono leaves, rolled .lengthwise will knock to desist, when sho went to fier parental on themselves, with sweet, aromatio bit which tho women beliovo increases caso of home to bo confined. When sho re- flavor. their love, and feed to their lords our credit nt do grocer's or butcher'n turned to her husband's lodgings in Now Souchongs nro tho strongest black after tho manner of "open your mouth higher dan a kite. Avoid sweet repose. York city, sho found them vacant and her teas. Tho leaveS ore large, thin and nnd shutjyonr eyes." Gamo as a rule is Do man who kin shct out dis busy own effects packed off. It was a caso of oltcn broken. Tho infusion is very tame, and during tho moulting sea- world an' do sounds of its machinery ot heartless desertion. Sho discovered him son, when tho geese aro nnablo to fly, do airly hour of Bcvcn o'clock in do and aromatic. at a slncghtcr-hous- o talking to n woman, Tho United States standard gallon it is qnito possiblo to kill them with a ovenin' can't hev any monoy lent out on who wore at tho moment what sho measures 231 cubic inches. stick. A ship's mess in the Arctic, with n chattel mortgage, on' has no ox lyin' for any ono to steal. aronn'do wood-pilrecognized as her, tho defendant's, best should contain 200 a good cook, might bo mado quito Fork, dress, which sho had bought with her pounds, bnt tho standard has been rewith the resources nt hand wcro Lastly, do world nover has any pity on own earnings beforo marriage. IIo re- duced to 190 pounds; pickled beef, it not for that greatest of deprivations, do man who burns off his own fused to talk with her. Tho next mornhams in barrels S0G and 220 pounds; the absenco of milk and fresh vegeing ho was seen to take a proffered cako clear sides in bulk, in boxes, COO pounds, tables. Arctic letter. THE SHOT'OUX POT.1CT AS AWLIED from tho hands of a young woman, and in hogsheads from 800 to 1,000 to noas. divido it with some companions, and in pounds. rAsrrrrAii:. Complaints nro numerous of depredaOpinions nro still cut bias. a few hours was dead, his companions tions committed by dogs among sheep SUE 1TAS TIP.sr. Favors aro in much request being taken very sick, but surviving. flocks in various portions of tho West A doctor who had one day allowed Sat-i- n dresses are much worn. Tho police, investigating tho matter, nnd Southwest. Within tho past threo Bugles aro worn on loud costumes. found that tho deceased had threo wives, himself to drink too much was sent for weeks several very valuablo flocks havo to seo a foshionablo lady who was ailing. Ova dresses aro in effects. or rather three women who supposed been frightfully decimated, and is ono Watered ribbons aro Very weak affairs. themselves his wives. All threo were Ho sat down by tho bedside, took ont particular caso practically annihilated watch, and began to count her pulso Cream tints aro now seen on tablearrested, but two were speedily released, liu by roving packs of mangy curs, whoso as our heroine admitted mat alio bad as well as lib obfnsticatcd condition cloths. presence in any farming community is a New prints aro shown in children's positivo curse. done tho business. Tho caso for tho de- would permit. Ho counted " One, two, s havo, in fense was weak, but after, only a fow three," then he got confused and began frocks. several localities, been compelled to again : " Ono, two, threo, four." Still Tho sweetest thing in canes is tho tako minutes' absence tho jury returned with tho law in their own lunula, and, a verdict of not gnilty. Tho prisoner's confused, ho began again : " One, two." sugar-canpolicy, exterby means ot tho shot-gu- n No, ho could not do it. Thoroughly Moiro stripes are becoming moiro minate tho pests. This dog nuisance is counsel asked one of the jurors on what ashamed of himself, ho shut up his abnndant ground sho was acquitted. "Itserve-- l ono which should reccivo attention at tho wotch, muttering : " Tipsy, I declare Umbrellas aro generally mado of hands of legislators, who should provide him right," was the answer. tipsy " Staggering to his feet, he told changeable silk. s HRTAINF.lt EDITORS. means for the protection ot tho lady to keep her bed and toko somo Trimming is in high favor among poli- against tho attacks ot dogs owned by on a The retaining of a leader-write- r hot lemonade to throw her into a per- ticians. great London journal, such as tho Times, neighbors, who, in many cases, seem to spiration, and ho would seo her next Mummy cloth is most affected by deaf forget tho damago which their worthless tho Telegraph or tho Xexvs, is a peculday. In tho morning ho received tho mutes. iar feature in English journalism. If a following noto from the lady, marked dogs can do. Somo men, who will claim Persons of quick temper shonld avoid that they cannot afford to keep stock of writer shows marked evidence of merit " private :" rising cholera. or if ho has tho ability to write exhausany description, will insist upon feeding Doctor i Yon were right I duo not Tho girl who has not a beau should a number of tively and im a graphic manner on somo deny It. Bat I im thoroughly ashamed of whelps, who wear a bow knot. special class of subject, ho is retained, aro a constant menace and source ot and will bo mote careful In the future. walking-stick- s nro'coniuS'-cre- d as it is termed ; that is, ho is paid a PIciso accept tho Inclosed fee for your visit (a anxiety to men who havo money investknobby. 10 note), and, doctor, I entreat ot you, stipulated amount each year. Willi the ed in sheep, and who pass many sleepTrained dreses aro considered best for less nights on account of the near prespapers referred to, this is commonly breathe not a word about the state la which you found me. domestic wear. Stringent laws 1,000 (85.000J. In receiving n retainer ence of these curs. LTho lady, in fact, had been drinking Calico, with eleoves reversed, is rec- Bhonld bo enacted in all g ho binds himself not to write for any too much, and, catching tho doctor's ommended for wash dresses. other publication on tho topics for tho murmured words, thought they districts in tho interest of referred Fichus aro moro fashionable than and their rigid enforcement ought to bo treatment of which his employer has ento her. Ho was too far gone to see what over. All tho big fish use them now. gaged him. In his leisure hours ho con coniidered in tho light of dnty on the was the matter with his patient, and she Chenille trimmings ore very approwrite on other subjects as much as ho part ot tho authorities. Illinois now has too far to observe that tho doctor was priate for a lady, if sho kneel in them. pleases, but tho implied understanding special legislative enactments for the in tho samo condition. Short pants aro fashionable among protection of cattle, and tho dog laws, is that ho must keep himself thoroughly gentlemen climbers in the mountains. informed on every phoso of tho particuespecially in regard to loss to flocks, It has been ascertained that where shonld bo enforced. Chicago Tribune. lar question tho Times or News wishes eggs are sold by tho pound thoy vary Hoaton World. him to writo upon, nnd must 1ms in read- in weight from ono to four ounces. 1'cme silver is the best conductor of We lose tho peace of years when o iness whenever called upon to furnish Tho avorago weight ot a dozen, eggs is heat and electricity known. bunt after tho rapture of momenta. an editorial leader. It may happen that twenty-thre- e and a half ounces. A Aonxra bruit r. weeks and months will pass by and no AVSTUALIAX FAHTSEHS. A pretty good story is told about Land call will 1)0 made for his scrvico and at Axuriieu juxH up nocxoii'a aiiop. It is not easy to grasp tho enormous Agent Milner, of tho Atchison, Topekn. bulk of tho Australian another timo his pen will every day bo Old Hill McGammon, who keeps a continent tho in demand. Ilis retainer is not to pay grocery storo in tho suburbs of Austin, and Santa Fe railroad, who one day had practically unlimited spaco within which him for what ho writes, but simjily to is ono of the closest men in tho State of a party of Eastern farmers in tow, trythe colonies have room to grow. The reward him for keeping himself thor- Texas, and he abbreviates his words in ing to sell each of thorn a farm in tho colony of Victoria the smallest and nt oughly informed, nnd to secure, when writing, no abbreviated tho names on rich Arkansas valley. Milner had taken tho samo timo tho most populous and needed, the command of his services. tho drawers and boxes of contents in his them into his light wagon, and behind highly developed of the continental For the actual writing ho does fur the grocery, instead of painting tho names his spanking team of bays had given group is about as large as Great Britain; paper to which ho is attached he receives in full. For instance, ho painted on them a grand ride, lasting all day. Ho Now South Wales has an area five times had dono his best to mako them enadditional pay. Tho London Times tho sugar barrel "Br. Sugar," for brown thusiastic by rehearsing tho stories, that of England, but it is not half as pays for its first or leading editorial sugar, and so on. large as Queensland, and only a third which ho had at tongue's end, of tho orticlo 850, nnd 825 each for tho followg of tho sizo of South Australia. Western stranger One day a ing articles. In tho 7Ymcoffico it is dropped into McOammon's stare, and, marvelous crops of tho valley, but to all Australia is oven larger and moro empty " lovo's labor lost," for ot population ; after measuring acres intents it was sometimes tho caso, on an important after looking around, said : thoy would not ''huso. This annoyed with South Australia, it would havo alBubjoct, that two nnd even three leader Dr. Primes in?" "Is Milner, but ho had his revengo in his most sufficient land to furnish out Now writers aro asked to cover tho samo Old McQammon stared, and said ho reply to ono of tho party, who, with a Zealand and Tasmania, and yet New ground, nnd it has frequently happened reckoned not, sardonic smile, asked: that tho article, when it appears, is Zoaland compares in area with tho Brit"Is Dr. Codfish in, then?" asked tho "Well, Mr. Agent, is thero anything ish islands, and Tasmania is nearly as formed out of tho contributions of all stranger. grow hero ?" three, skillfully dovetailed together by " No, ho is not," said old McQam-mo- that won't replied Milner, "pumpkins largo as Scotland. Tho acreage under "Yes," tho revising editor, who has selected tho cropiuthoAustralian colonics in 1880 was emphatically. won't." best and most striking port'ena of each 0,500,000 acres. That seems a rcspcot-abl- o tell D'r. Cherries I would like " Then rs " What I" exclaimed the cynical orticlo submitted to him. When this is total ; yet it seems ridiculously to bco him if ho is at leisure." together, "pumpkins won't?" dono each writer is paid precisely as rrnall when wo compare with it tho illim"You get out of here. I beliovo you "No," said Milner; "thero aro men. itable extent ot the land yet lying waste. though his leader had been printed in havo escaped from the lunatio asylum. iu this county who would give 8250 au To tako tho caso of Now South Wales, its entirety. Ilenco tho cost of somo of ,.- - mt 111 M.I.Airn T This ain't no medicino colleges; this is icauiag uiuaimea II..U wuwnau u. Jim, m ft grocery- - retorted Old McQammon, acre for land that would mature a crop while thcro are 085,000 acres in cultivaof pumpkins. They nover have been tion and 17,600,000 acres inclosed, there no other largo newspapers tno wnter o, , ,n tho faco v able to got a crop sinco I've been here. aro 180,000,000 acres, much of it excelIt a VIWIIII nt inli, nymmnflif IWCllCil IUU lAnilinrf U1MUU WVUUUUUtJ WAAaiiraa "H this is a grocery store, then you and that's ten years." 25, nnd tho writer of following ones 815 lent land, still unalienated. Evon at tho had better carry back them doctors "Woll linw arrnnrrnl Wliv (a (tV present each. Theso rates, it may bo added, aro rapid rate at which tho land is signs to where youstolo them from," re said No. 1. in excess independent of tho retainer being fenced, it will occupy 180 years to sponded tho stranger, strolling out. This was Milucr's chance, and, with a diflioso of it all. Tliis colony alono conot what is paid for editorial work by our Old McQammon looked where the berioas expression, ho replied ; "Well, tained tho extraordinary number of American journals. stranger had pointed, and for tho first ir, the soil is bo rich that the vines grow 82,00,000 Bhccp in 1880, besido 2,680,-00- 0 Tliouui.iUmr twin- cured of Catarrh timo noticed tho result of his abbreviat- bo fast they wear tho pumpkins out: eattlo and nearly 400,000 horses. crery year with Hall' Catarrh Cure, that ing tho word "Dried" into "Dr.," for dragging them over the ground." KanBeforo the closo ot tho noxt docado it doctor had given up and aald could on the drawers ho read, iu large letters: sas Sketches. the is expected that the shoep stock ot New not be cured. 75 cent a bottle. Sold by Dr. Prunes, Dr. Pouches, Dr. Codfish, South Wales will run between 10,000,00 J Dr. Cherries, Dr. Poos, Dr. Apples, Dr. Penny A McAIWter, Stanford, Ky. Eui-hTiiEftx ore 8,000,000 Jews in tho and 60,000,000 head. Ed Inburgh Scots-maF J. Cheney & Co , proprietor Hall' Beef. Texas Sifting: empire. Catarrh Cure, ofler $100 reward for any A will answer may I'lin away wrath, tut A tunic tMuldent left a aoull em town the A younq ludy in Baltimore alludes It is safer to trust your ley.1 when the Oth cue of Catarrh that cau't be cured will other day forever, without taking a cent of JVnny A to her family deutint as an "old plug er parly U fighting mad. I3recklnrlie Hall' Catanh Cure. Sold br the bank money with him. He died. Newa. McAllsler.Hlsnford, Kr ugly," iwmMfiltt chin 3 nlcriorlourid icy. - J iislei iitfwtj fllHil rntxas vrontn xaowi.vo. Tzr -- . n JUL.i'l'l'lMl tim rti ir" . tSJ TV"' SMstM ' IfcrrtT 183. Semi-Week- A ly GRASP C0H81M, IHilatA papers lor Utile 1353, cntiicn pimtTimt. I Mi.lllwn. MKTIIOIIT,MOUTII -I- UV II morning toil Sunday nlgDtesep the iblr.l Praysr Meeting etiry Thapday night Hunday Hchool at O0 A. M. Itee II t' Morrison, Kuperlntetident. ArflST. Hay. J M. Hacna.Paator. Penlrae T Interior Journal And the horao-radis- Suffer no longor Nm Dyapop-8lIndigestion, wnnt of Appotlto,lo8sofStrongtli lock of Energy, Mnlnrln, Intormlttont Fovors, Ac. DROWNS IRON nover ratio to euro nil theso dlsonsoa n, DIT-TEns Weekly Courier - Journal One year tor fJS.fin-twe nifht, nonn. couso-quenc- "f IIUIHTIAN -- Wonhlpby lha coniritation Preaching by pr. 1 W. Cox ery Lord' day H.80 yow wlllrerelT for one year on rtreond aail Fourth Lord's Hays, riundayHebool your heme paper with the Cowrltr-JmriM- l. the At t U J" fercranee, Mupertntendenl. repreeejilatlte newspaper of h South, and the HOtlTII -- Tier. T. N. Mcffu best, btlihtcatanil ableat lamlly Weekly In the r3nr.KlllTrMAN. Hehonl at 10. John W. United Mate. These, who ialrr to examinee aa pie eepy til the I ourler Journal ran do ao at Item Union Prayer Meeting on thleorSre. Wednee. lay nights than the pile of one. men tlupfrliiKodrnt on Heron.! and Fourth (turxlaye, morning and Pnyer Meeting erery Wednesday after Hunday reboot at 9 10 a. at, It. E. Barrow "y pajln IM dry-goo- S aflBSjgl J&r 'alaaaaaalh ROBBED MMaBMMWMBBHM Thousands nf grate are annually rotdl of their einlma lit e prolonged, lnipla'ssan. heallli re atorrti r,y uer ot tno greai il Duttn Chihical Co CtmUracn ' Kr )eri t hart tfnBTrMiufrutrfrm lyprttAi nd couM tl no rtfaf l.tlrit ititd emylMng which vi rrcommt! cd) until, Mtinc on ih aitvke tr frit ml, who had ben trAltttl t y tattle, with mol luMintirg rcftiiltt I'rfTKMii lo taking ItiHiWN'a lit h Kim", att Ji.trc nt inc. and I lufTrreir gttaily fi"" a llanwN'a Ikon ltmtit-,- 1 Potten, Kertmlitf ,6, 1M1, flaaaaaaaaaaabsf lrt1 a I asol ! energy, seti lenro rrvlf A' e, as loss tli in the back, iiienni y t nlferss) lemliude, are, and many ilitu ie ofTisinn pr.iuaMireoM other daeaiea that lead to ronuini,tleti and a pie. ate end fur rlrrulara with testl rua'nre grs uonlsla lie by Msll. The H.t TOH la Mid at II or six hir 19, by .all ilriiKtisis or will bn ami free ,y mall, see rely aeaud fttin,ilpt f price by eddrwsln GERMANINVIG0RAT0RI Win, h pounce r lermalifiiii Hires fiiijin. rinl fe"rl. .allied ii an all Hei i kind follows thai II litff rn.lr, ) , I iiisea-e- a ir li, I burning acntalien In iht llomarh Mrce whkh waa untarH Ing l'NowN'alitoM ltittait,tan tv il 1 A,!; I rViloa rnt , m, , from nil . tfMfiiotti or ii w r ni1 It la fttoiutMx rrrtimi I iiir.nTaii 1of wurtii from Iti hunmn .ysiem It li d t a wmmr Ir thtmmtrtsMlriiisP alumni t n1 i li wui tatto um i h ehnuhl It aa rrallly ai Idrv w i recomtntivl II loMtrr l"arrfitflran apply U with aafrt;. ai.l t'tk',lK tTl fucra, anJjnvoaaiMrll. wl utirni . Icwtb riirrtM lb? cratiiikJ of llif lltn ttonea it 11 h mttty to In l lalunln farm kltlmr Ibal l nta-at-iy ! a4?ra at nrntrlU two-Aulala, amlM? fir the Mied msslreel.Till" am t'llllt lar . j. na:.M:v. Ohio. 'yr i troublnarf alancnd (.annua t llmt without any dtiagrtrablt rr 1 am prMikally art-tulta lira. W J Fur. (itrton. yMavrrlcV Vt y j' i n t it litiikrrjrr hPlr - most-notorio- ' d BROWN'S IRON TERS acta liko a ohurm on tho digestive orguns, romoving nil dyspoptl-symptoms, such ni meting tho food, Botching, Heat in tio Stomnch, Heartburn, otc. Th only Iron Preparation that will not blacken the teeth or glvo headnrli- HIT. cftita. TrytMHii Manufarturwl by OffXrt. nn JtatH For U fa 8lnlrJ rttret. br C Vlt rT ftoni'A CO.Ky. tffarllr( A Mt.ALIiTitit Afflicted, Attention DR. G ANN'S IUOaIIKDIES! K FOIl THE MILLION. MANUFACTI'tlUD BY W 1IANN. M o Soltl by nit Dru-jU- t Brown Chomicnl Co Dnltlmore, Mil Sec that alt Iron Mum ara nu4 n Drown Chcmiul tL . lUtlluiorc al have crossed red me-- i and tr mark on wrapper MONTICELLO. KY. Cm en CoiiKtiri, Cotdii or up, tiron ohltm. Laryngitis, IIioklnK.'Spni. D. niodlo, Chronlo nnd Whooping CourIiw, Horo Thront Horo Cbott, CotiRostctl Lungs, Inflatnod Lungi, absent-mindednes- s. n absent-mindedne- OEWARE OF IMITA HONS The wrM lealle.1 with the weexlerriil, teaull-fu- l and Inlrleate lutrnllorn ot wan, yet all the combined talent and aenlus lh t the wnekl es e? er known has reter peodiserd Msylhleg that can compare wslh 'Dr. tlann's Itetmitle'' Medtesil akllt and science hte. aa let. Iait.,1 to tllscoTer any thlngciHSl to them, fer the cure of the ills eaw for whtoci they f reeraniele. A their virtue and uraare pralseUby tbuuMndsihroiiah out the length and breadth ot the land, aodae rjlandanl Kaiullf Mnlltines, they rennet he an, are lull suUUnllste-- by the strongest testimonials For Coughs, Onl.1t, Croup, Bronchitis Onsump tlon ami all Dlsoaseaa ot tho Thmat and I unjs, Fnoumonin. Sru os-t- ot II W rrarlSlieet,Clnclnaatl,0 J II W ATKIkrV. HALL'S 13 clear-gold- en Vhc Dr. C.iiiiii'h Ctii;Ii Sjriip. OO EAHTI WJ3MT! GO o rvoirrii! R. W. 3 For Liter Complaint, Dyspepsia ln.llce.lloo.Json-dice- , Constlpallon, Hosir Memarhatxl all HIlKua Dleevea, BEroaacrou dy niroruM o t, VIA LOUISVILLE coat-tails- ." 01 & MISSISSIPPI 3 DAILY TRAINS THE EAST AND KOItlll. Ciinrrlt of tho Naajl CatltyClironlo ana Ulceratltel Catarrtt of tho Cnr, C or nnd Vhv Dr. (iiuiii'H I.lTcr Curr. Throat. It a taken IMTlFIMALLV, nnd ncs tlin.OTLV upon the, Dlood It Mucous Curf.icca of the Gc::m. Fur Khestmstieiu, N ewralgtl, Seralos, llrblace anil li tho heat IliooO Purinor In tto Hwr!llni(s aneilrrna! spidlrattsn fee msnsr WO LD, nnd In worth ALL tlintlo beast chsruea far It, for THAT Qlorw. IInc Dr. Caaiiu'ei I.lnlinciif. iiHLV ForPlhra, similar dlve, HemorrhoMt, Burns, Fistula and all Louisville to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Can and New Day Cuorhra Without Chaoje. 17no IImu Dr. flaiin'M IMtoOliifmriif. M Tor Fresh Cuts, Burn, fleers and tree, egg-she- ll I DAILY TRAINS AND THE WEST. 4 Otnliiit'iit. Uric Dr.unn'H.Slniiiiirlt lyieita. II r. Ohiiii'm Itlllcr.SHTl itt'l lla,ot HKfci-I tWrlM" And wo offer Qno Hundrod Ocllimi tor rtny Onso nf Cntirrh It will not Cure, Y1 LL, till AN k OAIC Udkni of A. T Srawitrr Od I Liirci.iu, 111 J, a, 4, taui, ( l , F J 'AeneriT i;. .:.. m I Ul - tthawre t,, isf,rmhi ywi lhavt d Hall a I'aUfit. Cum li 1 meat rrn- - I w Trrr Uti -- euid uon t LeltJe lo iram cure m wum TIIK MAISKITTJO ft A.f. xi in liOIllNVillo tO St. laOlliN Sleeping Cat a and Day Coathea to 81. Louis Without Chango. Flock-master- W. 3C. CJAOSTIT, dole proprietor Moutlielhi, r by in-- A K, liable Tonic. Airellier anJ HImxI Purifier. AVOtlTII OtO A IIUT-ll.i- :. I Iter ' lehlhrestlon, and also evre R Jlraiur, Jarktn, KU H , write Haw riavl Complaint, Malarial I tiers and all periodical Catarrh 9J) tars. lltl. CaUrrh Ctirw curt Diteaaea Maaufxetur d an-- l fur sale l.j tHSMMier is wirtn a iu.vv ignite. ohs. -r -- 4 l he .11 lrnimriM at '$ rts. Imttta. Srt,1 "' ,r""!!XilrS J. fr tM lor Mmiletitre.lao,tantilbyK aaU, UttUn",r II WesTTirnrcao. J 2vC X)., e. 2 LonlsTllle 2 DAILY TRAINS to Iiidlanapolld, Chicago, AND THE NOKTII stsTAII nrdrrs will rrrelto piompl sKentlon M.tl In flanf id TOIXDO, OHIO, by Penny A McAllster. J CJIEXLV fi wr tXX, - 1 shcep-roiscr- Day Coachra and Reclining Chair Cars Through Without Change. LANDRETHS'Pil SEEDS SEEDS (r r EAHO For Wnatilngion, Hnlilniorr, rtitlndrl. plilra, Arte York anil Hoitoli, Thla la the Very Best Route, Change of Train. u You 11 are No For tho MARKET GARDENER Por tho PRIVATE FAMILY CrOWn fry yirgnjioq nn our own Fnrme Fnrttto fUlFH CHANT on our New Pinn SEEDS SEEDS 2llai I)n t" my-eel- d n g 3 jj II making . " To ill Trala.l Cbangea I Arrlre at fit. Louie S lloira la Adraare of Other Llaee, thenby securing mora time t r Through Pay Coarhrs on llnre No Midnight llanilsowe tlln.iralrd t'ululoguc and lUrnl HeaUtrr Flllli: TO Hi:MI I'M Ill'HIMS CAUIIS Wilt THAliK T.IST. Yllt DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA change otcara and getting Brat choice of eeate In ran of connecting II dm. TKCE-- - sheep-raisin- 030 Indlantolla and Chicago, and the only ride along line git Ing lie latrous a lot shorn ot Lake Michigan. rply or flock-master- s, addreee Ticket Agent or Cutiueclliic Mum, For Tickets, Batee, Time, Mspe, Ac, INTERIOR JOURNAL Lebanon, Kentucky. W B. rJIIATTlJC W.W I'EABODV, Oen'l 1'aaa. Act., tlen'l Uiiiicrlotendent, Cincinnati, Ohio. K. H. IIRU WN southern Passenger Aft.. ti. K. Cor. 4th and Main His., Loulstllle, Ky. Or, to J. D. llltX,Uenl. Ltnlgranl Aft., Sen? cEinFej. ar ia THE MOST DE8IBABLE ltOUTE TO and decidedly the Topular Home, affording, aa II does, less change and superior accommodations lo 9llVHPt(HaHBRHHui Wm3tPSMfJmA laxi CINCINNATI! Miuonri, Iowa, Kamas, Tezai, Tho North, Northwest and West. In fact. If you 0001 tuplat a trip In any direction, your luteml rill holeataeriiaby nurrbaalogyuur tickets tU H. C and Cincinnati. ZTralus each way 2; full man I'alaco ais; hi, rant New Day Coaches, and h.ndaouely furnished Kecllning Cbalr Care torn, the unequaled equlLineule of ibis Old (tollable, thereby making a trip user tble Hue ou ol luxurious coiufurt sod pleasure. Try II. HsHslassaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa flaRaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa. W a(HaHaalaSAlaaP..aaaaaaaaaaa MaaafcWaTTllfct awaaaatel" 1 laaeJlZaafs Jwsaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat-AaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaafts twaaaaaaaaaaLjwaBaaaaaa' 4aaaaaaaaaaaTaraBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaala feeble-lookin- TIMETABLE. buUTU. IN EFt-EO- DEC. SI. 1112. No. J. No. 4. No.e. Lie. CoTlngton..... Fslmouth.. Cyntblana Paris... Arr. Lie. LexlDgtou Arr, Winchester Mt. Sterling Ashland.-- .. Lealuglou.. . a 00 am 2 30 p ml 800pu V u a iu 4 10 p ml IHIpia in Mi a ui SIX) p nillOUpru Mam B 43 p uitUi0.ui u UillTopui 11 IS , 10 e 7 to U Ul 1' : r 3 21 p n, IJO p Ul li 10 am a ut p w 9 00 p m 12 4S am u JOB FBLINTING STEAM- - r Is F oparod to do all kinds ol' of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. FFICE Printing iu tho Best . Huntington- .- 71 pir a Ot p tu No. J. Noam. No. I. I Np. b. land-buye- land-buy- Huntington .. 6 Ma u Ashlan- d- . 7 IS a iu 5Mam Mt. Sterling 12 21 p m Winchester Lexington .. .. 1 10 p ni 7 to a ui a d SIS ptn 2 lu p u 7 Lexington. Lt. Parle. S 00 p Ul a U a u SU U1 4 9 am " Cjntblaua.. S M p m Ml 19 a u 5 25 piu ' Fslmouth... , Arr. Corlngtou ... 0 IS p ni II 55 a in 65 pm MAY8VILLE DIVISION No. Lr. Lexlnilou pm Arr Mays till eiopta . Maw DO. IU " MSyiTlllS O W muii Mayssllte " i.,uiiv Paris 20 a m. m No. II 8Sjm No. II " Maystlll12 4lfia " Lexington Lt. " lltisu lltiu EDWARD WILDER'S Vur fills tcnTV Fever ami Ague. Intermittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Dyspeptla, Uter It will Cure Coitxenait. II Is a uio Cemptalal, Indigestion, Colie ami Flus Allsrsti.e ami Tonle, a inihl ami Oebghtful Invigorsnt (or Delicsla Women, a pouortul rvcui-raafter tho frame but been debilitated and reduced b tlckncai, an ezrellcut appctlicr, givcai tone to the dlgcitlro organ, prcMina Malaria, braves up tho ayatctn, slrvngtlicuatuo portal circulation anil clean tho whole animal economy from tho seeds ot disease. Tho slightest attack ol lover may to ft j rtluje to tho wont, aiul tho tenmly that would oonijucr It wUIUI It la yet la Ita commeocenicnt. may Vc ol uo value when It Is st Its full development. l"artlcu larly la thla the fwe with ireou around whom tho jctlft)TOU Influence of Malaria cllogl tn the form of Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, PalnM Opleen, tad Weak Stomach, For tho Curo ol nil the nbuvo Diseases this prejuttloii standa unrivaled, and ita good and iiermniunt tflita are attested by thousands, and It la recommended alike by tho ablest niC'Uutl nun and the tnluUlry TRY" IT, all you that are afflicted, and bo convinced ot tU wonderful tujaer aud beneficial effects. .... Itipu lllau - ui n. No. runs dally and baa daycoachia froniClo. clunall to Washington, Pullman hlee tiers to Kaoa. wba Falls, W Va. and Itccllulrg Cbslr Csr to La. Ington. elope only si etstloue 00 K. U It. u. where time is ciren. No. 2 rune dally, except Hundayi has through coaches to Hun loilon. No. 4 runs dally, except Sunday) has through toathee to Mt. hlerltng and parlor isr to Masiill. No. a runs dsilyi has rhgant dsy coach from Washing; too, Pullman Sleeper from Ksuswha rails and parlor csra front Lralog on lo Cincinnati. Ouly Biiu- lh... stoua. Noa. 1 and a run dallr. hat through coaches fruui dar. and Sterling. Direct connection atHuntington Lexington andMt with etsges for Itlcbmond.Ky , Lawrenceburg.Ky., and Versailles, sty. C, L. BWJWN, U. W BENDEK. Oen'l Pus. A Tkt. Aft. Superintendent. (JeotraJ octree, Corlngtou, Ky, irlt STOMACH BITTERS For Halo In etimftml by l'onny t MoAllntur,