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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 6, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883020601_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 6, 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. jfetm Wuklw 1utefiof 1mifn&L VOLUME "w LY X.-NU- MBER 510. T STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Pistol Carrying. C, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 119. aja -- W. T. NhvUTOft, ft. WALTOH,)- - . i'itllhrtTnrntfit) (I3.no arpl.st don't hot TA wHE-- Hl Singular Rtconiy of a Lott fling. Hard to Hnd Several months aro, says tho Bos A moro patient man than the chronton Journal, n lady residing on Beacon ic juror. . Editor and Propnttor street took ofl n number of rings from A woman who has a kind word for . ButlnosttManagtr her finger nnd laid them upon her ono of of her sex who hns gone astray. ' dressing table. After washing her A man who wnuldn t kis nnd fin-dl- o on if Frtdnv, hands, sho returned to tho room to over a dirly baby if ho loves its Shi Couldn't Plttf. l.JIl rttr ANNUM. inj Ihwi of send stamps In payment of raskithtni;, irrnis Atona for Stained Clan. .1 t 1 inmiin in this Tho lato bluo-gl- ns country has now n logitimnto succtis mania. And tor in tho stinel-lns- 3 novcr tiki Dr. Watts' littlo Ijuijt bco hnprovo tho perpetually htnigilionr bo tlioroughly tu do our mMulwcturcri of tho colored nnd optietoMtlicato. In many houses oftho 'irkji irrmt, back and sliding nnd win doors, transoms, sky-ligdotrs, largo and small, nro wholly or partly tilled with it. Tho rcsthetio young woman pulloth down tho blind no more, but placeth herself with con fidence behind tho translucent screen which fills her fkco nnd figure with color, tho soul of tho youth with joy nnd tho pockets of its maker with slick els. The craio has gone so far that, when all available light spaces lmvo been rendered partially useleis, tho lover of color smashes a hole in the side of his mansion, ostensibly to light a slairway'but really to find another placeto fifr with tho 'jewels" nnd Bwl':,rw'i'1 tn0 "w'or" nd "opal cscenco" of tho gorgeous nativo manufacture. So, toward ovening, in the tho molo caller dim drawiug-roo- m, itumblcth in tho mcuiicval light over tho bibelot laden trefoil table, smash-ettho treasures thcreou, barketh his shins nnd aupprcsselh an objurgation as he rises to greet tho hostess. Meanwhile the footman smilcth serenely as ho kiiscth milady's maid in the trembling colored light which falls on the staircato landing. Unlesi the architecture of the dwelling aim its apartments are in keeping with staiued-gla- xs decoration, it is doubtful whcih er'it would not 1)0 better to put more however a of tho ghw, (which t consolation to know is tho best tho world has produced in modern times,; in our churches anil public buildings and less in our more or lets palatial homcB.-- N. Y. Herald. time-iiotio- reI hts j replaco her rings, when, to her astonishment, ono of them, a diamond ring, was mi'sing. Sho was certain thnt sho took the ring from her finger and iqually certain that no one could have entered tho room without her knowl edgo during the fivo minutes sho had been in tho bath-rooA most rigid search was instituted; but tho missing ring, valued nt $200, was not found. A fow weeks since, tho lady was much annoyed by mice. Almost nightly thoy hejd their revels. They not only destroyed her sleep, but choice ' laces wcro mutilated. Tho lady procured, a kind; trap, ono of tho nud having baited it with a tempting bile of cIiccjo, placed it near tho oceno of depredations. On the following morning sho had tbrcofioe, silky mlco of various sizes. Ono of them was so peculiarly constructed thatitnttracted her attention, as it appeared to havo a string tied around its body. Tho scr vanl girl was instructed to drown tho captives and rciot tho trap; and she was about throwiug tho dead mice in; to tho el when hcreyo was attracted by tho sparkle from what proved to bo tho lost diamond ring, which was not perceptible when the mouso was nlive; but which came to light after tho severe soaking which tho mouse received. It is supposed, in his hasto to get away, that ho ran his head through the ring and subsequent struggles only forced it over his foro legs, where it remnined. m. dirt-barr- Breaths Through the Noto, Dr. Ward, physician to tho Metro- A Curious Lttttr of the curious letters which General GnrficM received during tho presidential campaign was as follow: "Dear Brother Garidd: Wo nro building a new church over by the old well. We'll lmvo it done by tho third Lord'n-d- ay in August- - Wo want you to send us a new Uiblo for tho pulpit. We don't waut no extra fmo Itiblo; but a good, plain Biblo, with leather covers, and printed on tho Hack in yallcr letters, 'Presented to tho Church at the Old Well by James A. Garfield. Now, Brother Garfield, I wouldn't have you not send this Biblo fur tho prico of fifty Bibles, fur I'm a dimi-cr- at and lmvo always bot-- a dimicrnt and all tho inalo mombere of our church aro dimicrats unanimously, but when a godly man is put up fur a big offis we're goin' to go fur him. Therefore a hopin' you'll send on tho Biblo I remain your affectionate diml cratlc brother in Christ. P. 8. I manufacture chawing If you chaw I would liko to you a 'box. send Geueral Garfield sent down to Clovolaod for a $15 Bible, had it marked with tho "yallor" letters and sent it as requested. Thcro is au nnecdoto afloat which makes a tender appeal to every man Wo have who has had the toothache read it again and again, with tearful eyes, Wcauo it brings us so many fond memories of tho past. There are fow momeuts in life which will com. paro with that exquisite ono when, seated in tho dentist's chair, you seo flashing boforo your amazed eyes tho forceps which are about to porform an urgent duty. At that tiiuo your birth seems to bo tho worst thing that ever happened to you. Tho beads of agony aro on your brow, and tho smiliug demon, operator is a double-dy- ed Whou a gentloman an tho parlor floor heard a terrible noive, a fall, a crash above him, he inquired if a murder was being committed iu tho house, uud ho was u groat deal nearer the truth than ho dreamed. But his friend quieted his alarm by saying, with a blaud smile, "Oh, don't bo troubled; that is nothing. ' Tho doctor has got another man down and is persuading him to havo his tooth out." Tom Thumb is a Knight Templar. His regalia i said to bo finer than that of tho Prince of Wales. Ono politan Throat Hospital, treats of tho various kinds oi raLarrhnl (rnntilix pr. pcrienccd by public singers nnd repeats vn flm fuel llmf rl.n m. t. tho only channel through which air should a during the ordinary acts of breathing, the mouth being intended only as an accessory breathing agent, when on certain occasions ns for itiitnnco running tho lungs demand n rapid supply of nir. Tho air in pasiiig thro' tho nostrils is wurmed and tufted of its harmful ingredients aud thus prepared for it reception into tho delicate structures below. If it passes directly into the mouth without tho ubnvo preparation, it will frequently causo Irritation anditiflamma tinn of tho mucous memhrauo lining of tho mouth nnd throat by being, in the first place, too cold and in the second place by containing iiritatlng par Scitides of dust nnd other matter. entific American. Thoso who have held that tho war amendments changed tho character of this federal government and made it a centralized nation havo received a se vere blow in the recent decisions of tho Supreme Court. The republicans lmvo douo their best to give thnt great court a partisan character, but it is still a conservative court, ndheriug to tho law and following tho great cur rent of public opinion not yielding to transient clamor, but going tho way tho American peoplo aro going. While they havo created no sensation and havo been received rather as a matter of course, showing how far public opinion has traveled toward tho an cient landmarks, tho importance of . theso decisions can not ba They mark a new era and a better opinion, sustaining the federal view of this government, while iu no way a just view of the supremecy of tho Union over its parts, when that supremacy is asserted iu tho. manner pointed out in tho constitution. Ciucmnnti Nows. wnll-knniover-rated- Rki'ROOF and Ri:joi.nii:h. An elder of tho kirk having found a boy and bis sister playing marbles on Bun-daput his rcptoof in this form, not a judicious one for a child: "Boy, do you know whero children go to who play marbles on tho Sabbath day?" "Ay," said the boy, "they gang down to tho field by tho water below tho brig." "No," roared out tho elder, "they go to hell and aro burned." Tho littlo fellow, really shocked, called to his sHter: "C hub nwa, Jeauie; here's a man swearing awfully." Dean Ramsey. y, The business of canning fruits and vtgetnbles has ?rnwn to enormous pro portions. Over G2.000 000 cans of tomatoes wcro packed last year, mak ing one for every man, woman and child in the country. Nearly half of tho work was done in Maryland aud Virginia. The wholesale prico for lh ilnclor hail slrttu up and raid cnuld thrre pound cans ranged from four to not bo cured. 76 cent a botile Bold by management ageut. five cents each. I'enniS McAliitfr,8nuford, Kj. In speaking of tho cowardly habit Sho bad been taking music lessons of pistol carrying a habit that is the for fifteen years and so when they askcause of nine-tent- hs of tho murders ed her to play wo naturally oxpected o committed in our own State tho a treat. llegitler snys: "It must be admit "You must really excuso me; I am ted that with tho growth of this coun- entirely out of practice." mother. try and with its advancement in civil "Oh, do play Miss Poots." A merchant hunting around tho sa- ization crimo should have decreased. "But I never play without my notes." Block, loons and billiard balls fur a boy to It can not bo truthfully said that this "Now Miss Poots you are so un I33AIT3Iliy IN is tho case. placo lchind his counters. to hear Without seeking other kind, nnd wo aro all IirtiRH, 1 Vail I'Hpcr. lVlncH, you." Mtflrul A mother who does not think that causes it can bo asserted without fear Ilookn, J.lnuorx, IiiMiriimentH, "I should bo delighted, but really CImmiiIchIh, her children aro prettier and better of contradiction that ono reason for NlHtloucry, ClKitrx, I'ii liits, I'ocU't I" OIIh, Nmipn. behaved than her neighbor's. this is tho criminal habit of carrying C'lilticry, Totmccos, But they insisted aud she was final, JbHinpH, l'crfmucry, .tliirliltie Fire ArniN, A miller who does not eay,i.'I toll concealed weapons. Wo uso tho word IVcCtllCH. ly prevntled upon to seat herself at the you so, when ho goes dowfcjjsretty criminal advisedly, for whatover is piano. And when it was too lato and Our Jewclrr. Mlrerwnre nnd I'ntlcnt (Inmls Drnaritnmt la In Diartrn nf Pol. henvily upon n stingy man's grist. contrary to law is criminal. Wo do after she had begun to knork down Thos. itlchnnl. who will Itcpnlr Matches and Clocks 1'romntlr and In tho best style. A modern young lady who can darn not consider It tho mark of a brave nnd drag out poor old "Heavenward," a stocking as neatly or cook ns good a man to carry concealed weapons, but thoy discovered that she was out of meal ns her grandmother could nt her rather tho contrary. Of course thero practico and that sho couldn't piny ngo. aro circumstances under which carry A candidate for any cilice of politi ing thorn is justifiable, but for n man without her notes or with them either, some of the people who had coaxed cal trust who does not decllno to preto put on his pistol in tho morning as her into it wcro mean enough- to say his claims until urged to do so by sent regularly as ho puts on his coat does so. Tho moral is contained in tho fol"my friends. no credit to him. as a citizen nor as a lowing from the Detroit Free Prat: A young man who wouldn't consid man. Especially is this a dangerous "When a lady who has bsen taking er himself very shabbily dressed if bo Withes to Inform hit Tatrant of Httnlord and t Iclnlty tutt he has recti rej habit in tho young. Many of thorn rausio lessons for the past eight years wero compelled to wear his grandfa think that it is mauly. Poor fools. hangs back and blushes and says she A Goods, and Splendid Stock of ther's Sunday suit. Truo manhood consists in courage of really can't play, don't insist on it. A innn who is such a devout and s Which he guarantees to make up in first-classtyle. Satisfaction guarsoul, in daring to do right, in abhor- The chances nro that sho can't." consistent christian that ho can work anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. ring bullying, braggadocio and rowdy- Cincinnati Saturday Night. with a bawky horse or put up a stove- ism. ed youth of viLet n pipe without losing his temper, Aro country preachers reforming? It olent temper and great ideas of his A servant girl who wouldn't rather own importance and honor heaven would appear so from the report that a run tho risk of blowing herself to glory savo tho mark stick a pistol habitu- Methodist parson recently refused tho by resorting to tho coal oil can than oer so ally in his pocket, and ho is making proceeds of a donation party because ns. go to tho wood-hounot ten steps of himself n dangerous clement in n thcr young people who called indulged distant, and fetch an armful of shavThere was in .sundry kissing games. community.' ings with which to kindlo a fire. a time, nnd no formal notification of of Col. Jones' friends in Tho action ita.disappearance hns been received, Having bought out S. II. Bnugliumn, wo will keep Souring on Col. Jones. Morgan county in holding a conven when the ministers themselves did on limul n nice lot of llorses ami Buggies, which wo Six months ago Col. Thos. L. Jones tion last week, is transparent. Morgan Will also board Horses was our favonto for Governor, but now county is the home of Capt. Henry moro kissing than any of the young will let nt reasonable rates. Wo are also in all is different. The very qualities for and it was intended to give Col. Jones people, nnd gave every indication of by tho day or week. considering tho diversion eminently which wo then admired him wo aro n ecnd-o- fl in tho mountains among ho docs not possess, nnd in Capt. Henry's friends. It is now be- enjoyable. now suro Not long since, Lily, a littlo girl of And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a addition ho has developed many other ing heralded abroad that tho first bat traits that we can not admire. In a tle has been won by Col. Jones, but if five years, after saying her evening liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. recent interview ho expressed himself his friends think it will amount to prayers began to indulge in an origiBTAyc?n0,2oDaV. Hespectfully, A. us to the personal character of his two much, they aro mistaken. In the first nal petition of her own, varying it accompetitors iu a way not calculated to place no legal convention was held, as cording to her moods. She wasawaro that she hnd l'" pCCt ill himself Or in them, the day appointed for county conven- good on a certainnot been particularly if the charges were believed. day, and her evenHe stat tions is yet three months off. Capt. ed that Judge Otrsley was n drunkard Henry himself, if wo are correctly in- ing prayers were thus supplemented: aud Knott was a very hard drinker. formed, will not support Col. Jones, "I pray the Lord to make Lily a good Both gentlemen disdaiued to reply to and there is no significance whatever little girl, and if at first you don't suctho cowardly thrust. Col. Jones is a in the premature action of Morgan ceed, try, try, again." disgruntled politician and it will do us county. South Kentuckian. A man in England who had been good to cast a vote ngaiust him. He drunk for thirty years, died a few What a romanco can be woven would be another Blackburn, niter his hours after sobering up. Thero is a from figures! A young man met a which be will own style, if elected lesson in this incident that STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. girl, ler, married her, and took her terrible Hartford Herald. never be. heeded. It teaches that a wedding 2er, and the morning should be on a During tho year ending January 1st they started she 8er breakfast with a man should either not get drunk or It cnibrnccH Staple and Fancy Groceries, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, Bacon and Lard, Tobacco and Cigar, Woodrain, sleet or snow fell one hundred good appetite, a b9 smile occasionally else never sober up we can't for tho en, Willow and Tinware, GIurh and QiicviiHware. Canned two days, tho total precipi- flickering about her mouth, and they lifo of us tell which. nud forty GoodH ol all kludsaapecliilly. Itemcuiber the place, "The tation being sixty four and ninety two went on the even 10er of their way. Corner Store." one hundredths of an inch. Tho great Boston Herald. Be 1 long tho breakSTANFORD. KY. est depth of rain fell during May, a fast began to crawl; colic was trifle over eleven inches, nnd during and when 12d could do no more, phyG W. P. "WALTON, Propriotor. June, rain fell on tho greatest number were resortod 2. 0 could have aneorauloteactt ol of days, twenty. During April, rain swered tho case better. It 71y to Site of Stage, 20x50. EightIncludlog gallery, Scen600. ery Stttlng capacity, fell on but eight days, nud December know she recovered. ItcawnaMe ratea to good attraction. Addreu aa aboie. was the driest month of tho whole -An old preacher in a county below DEAHBKH IX- year, not quite ono and hero received some time ago a letter inches of rain or snow falling. The from an old friend, who had died a past season has been a remarkably wet long while before. The letter was CELEBRATED one, but tho total precipitation U not dated "Hell," and n lengthy descripequal to thoso of two previous years tion of the place was given, and the since 1840. The rniutnll of 1849 was fact stated tfiat many wo thought were a tritle over sixty five inches; and 18GG in Heaven wero there, and vice vena. "Wooden and ono half gave moro than sixty-silearned doctor says if inveterate A inches. The rainfall of 18GG and 'G8 of Lex smokers will put a small quantity both exceeded sixty inches. (able salt iu tho bottom of their pipes ington Eenterpriso. pack the tobacco down tight, nnd Hames, smoko it, they will bo relieved of nil A Feawul Vow Fulfiu.ed. "How did you cvercomo to run for tho nervousness, ns tho salt will gather Salt, Limo, Cement, Fiold Seeds, Plows and Fanning Legislature, anyhow?" asked Charles and retain tho nicotine. The salt Implements. Call and seo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow, O'Bear of Mycr Hudciuo.'a nowly should bo renewed each day. elected member of the Missouri Legisa Auothcr phenomenal fool comes lature and who is visitiug Austin for forth in Philadelphia. He wagers his health. "I did it to bring that he can drink a quart of Schuylon my uncle. Ho treated me kill river water in ten minutes every aywainaaMa4fjaMwaaBlHi n Invalid!, biokeii ilonnlu liealtli ami aplr-ltbadly when I was a boy and I took a nicht for by chronic ilyipquin, or auavrlnj; from six nights and not die. An rshitutluii that (olloua fearful vow that I would humiliate other fool in New York oilers to hot (tie terribleucute iltictt.o, tlit- - ttatlmon1 tli of ESTCJINE. ottacla of tbouaauiU ttiu lute been rnUvit a by him and I bavo dono it." ,. that ho can eat four pounds of turkey a mlracla from n similar state of prostration by llosUttcr'a Stomach Hitters, "What business is your uncle en- every day for thirty days. Is a sun-- guarantee that by the aama meant ou, loo, may be strengthened and gaged in?" SAVE AND DURABLE! A New York City clergyman is re- restored.gate by all Drupgtiti and Dealers for "He is making shoes in tho Ohio generally. ,. la fact, tber It no Knjlae that tout's It for I'rlre Simplicity, Durability anl .; Reliable Work. It It ported to be under a cloud of displeasTexas Siftings. Penitentiary." juit nir. fatiuinn iw fine ure becauso ho kissed tho brido at tho f7i.a7L waaai My planter friend conclusion of the ceremony when he A Hahij Head RICHMOND here tells of an iucident in his been requested in advance to omit had CORN SHELLERS, PRINTING PRESSES whero a negro, hurrying with a that performance. Thero are people sack nt cotton on his shoulder, struck still living who think the ministers XHcvutorN, Wood Ninv.N, a beam with his head. Tho blow whs mustn't have any fun. I bate rcrntljr oiennlln IMcbniomla largt aoj laaaaaaaKHrtfll 6 to furnish coinplf la laiilox Mill, and am rrparcj and liko tho stroke of a Notwithstanding the heavy frosts, tittj kin J of the whnlo building trembled. "That the ice crop is the finest for threo must bavo hurt your head, Jim," said yean. It's n glorious good thing that BUILDERS' MATERIAL! l're.s.se.N, "No sab," my friend, pityingly. wo stumble across a crop, once in a was tho roply; "didn't hurt my bead a titititBr AsBc1 Flooring, while that isn't injured by frosts. WeatlicrlioardliiKi Xiatlte.s, &e. bit, but it sprained my neck dreflly." Times. Glasgow Doorx, Niihii, ItllmlH, I.alliH, '"ita Sua. e c? "U' "J. G. Chaduock, Paws, Ivy. "You havo NiiIiikIi'h. Moulding, Nlalr Charming frankness: Call at The Interior Journal OHIee and nee one of the dclraule Yes, Methuselah was the oldest man lovely teeth, Ethel." "Yes Georgo wajH, Ac. IJiiKliifM In operation. ICeiaciuber every Fnglne on record, but he was not, as you sug sho fondly lisped, "they were a ChristIihh our guarantee. Head It: At I sell at rlti such as llit abut ariUIra rail U irest, one of Shakespeare's characters. mas present from Aunt Grace." bough! In Umlsslllr, t'lutlnnatl, or uthtr whole, guarantee our llookwaltrr Engines to ba well and substantially Wtsajr to all purchasers that 1 ran mala sal houses, I aw sure it to rout 1 made; tub sale, simple, durable and couplet In construction, to work welt aud glr I lie full power You will find a brief biography of him V make tb home luilllullons, aiu claliuud when pru4rly atlaihed and luanagel lo slronli ahor guarantee, and sell on the follow, The man too stingy to take a paper alto a practical lug conditions, ell will gire the purchaser tbt first Sadaytatter the arrival of the toglne lo git It iu.a book called .tho.. Uiblo,. If-t-ho a lair and satlsfsctory trial, lurasthe Engine fills In cemt op to our gutrautee, w will tike hack the ig- is often imposed upon through his Engine, relund ieiy dollar received on she Engine, provided the purchaser returns the Eoglneto hit publication is uot extant in Kentucby, naareti railroad station, and leave tt tublxt to our order by In clos ol said SO days' tilth uoranco on the same principle that . Certainly no win could ( k for tuor liberal otter and coulra' t. send'to'us for it." The 'Drummer. blind men swallow flies. LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Ami am irriarrd to furnish designs and tttluiatat ...... 3I!orM Power EnglntanJ Boiler. . TliouramU are Mag cured of Catarrh imN Sarah Bernhardt will probably como r.i imllitlnir. An.l til kluj. at airoll work. , ,..,.,., .. .. 10 Co I'owtc Eoiflu and mrr m , JiUI 1'ow.r I ugio aod Holier . ...... wt year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that over again next season, under the Tint I atu ialat no small business, can be JuJg. from I bank account Mo-bil- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Stanford, Ky., H. C. RUPLEY, Fall Winter - ME1SCHANT TAIX.OK, Stanford, Kentucky, thlu-skinn- se, JiJSTJD late I Wrnft. SITIAIBIInlKI! IHL&JRlSriElSS SHOP. THE COAL TRADE, T. KUNJVEM.EY, H. C. BRIGHT, Si. Asaph Block, Stanford. GROCER, OPERA HOUSE. 0d, A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glassand Willowwaro. Stoves, Grates and Tinware, one-fourt- f 'I A x rJ iifOJif jrTiiSsS Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, dis-gra- SlfTERS opbe-- hoitse block:. IN ACTUAL USE. THE I'OI&TAICIii: BOOKWALTBR SOME 3,000 PLANING MILLS! Hffiff sledge-hamme- Cotton Gins, Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Hay Creameries, r ,KlwtLi' tSSEN-N'l(tEkt7 ARCHITECT, ft hit iuj ed from th f 11.5011 of Mayer, her Paris wk to IJ 14X1 Contracting aud building don lltlog price. Addrctt C. N. runt rs IK'Uorat 1'owtr Edgin and Uoller Delivered promptly and at HTAffOKB. For further Information and doecrlpUv pamphlet, address th manufacturers, 03 tf JAMKS liUFF-EL- . A CO., NprlugHeltl, ... ou cart at HinluitJeU. Ohio. .... . 410 W Okie. H mmmrsss . UIH WP msmsmmmmmmtiFmmmmm t - v Polk's bond ru. been reduced to JS0, given. Thete wets two speeches on etch Titn long struggle for tho V. 6. Ix an article on tho gubernatorial liln nlt riorlouranl $tm-ffit- tt l1 to side. For the defense, W. 0, Drtdley and has closed and Windom is not 000, but It U till he nlll not h race, the Louisvlllo Commercial (led.) It. Capt. P. B. Thompson, 8r., and for the re Rite lays of Judgo Owsley: It is not like tho lucky man. D. M. Sabin, a Near, AthUni, Ky., on 8tinda, one prosecution, Judge M. C. Ssufley and ly that tho fact that ho is still on tho publican nonentity, was chosen on the mm wai killed and stt Injured hy collis- CVmmonwetlth' Attorney ll C Warren Tuesday Morning, - February 0, 1883 bench will hurt him in his canvass. It 29lh ballot, tho democrats aiding In ion on the Itix Study fUllroid, The case was given to the Jury about halt-pacertainly helps him in blsowndistrict. tho result. Windom had better have The Alabama litglilatire has author6 o'clock, when Court wa adjourned ised ix reward of $3,000 lor the apprehension for supper. After supper the jury stayed EDITOR Nothing is likely to hurt him enough stuck to tho Secretaryship of thoTreas-urW. P. WALTON. to prevent him from gotting the solid if ho could, for it is always best to of Vincent, the .hcondlri; State Treasurer. In their room about twenty minute and Frank Patterson, a bad charcter, (hot returned into Court with the fallowing delegation of tho counties embraced in iccuro another job before throwing - u2L3NTX McKknzik, of and prohibit fatally wounded Itlchartl verdict i "V, of the jury, find tbe deItKrnnsESTATivn his district, for ho is what is known as away tho last one. Ho is shelved now llrjant at HarrwMjtirg Sunday without fendant not guilty," This verdict wa Kentucky, who worked so linnl to put a "good mixer," in tact he is a super- and his presidential aspirations, if he provocation. Patterson la In jll with a predicted by all who heard the evidence. quinlno on tho free list n few yean latively good mixer, entitled to rank has any, have gono glimmering. Tho prospect of belnr lynched. The Judge congratulated the Jury on their ago, violently opposes tho duty that as It will coil the State a large turn of proper conduct during tho trial and disn genius in that line, and whero Minnesota pcoplo evidently regard him the tariff bill would ngaln put upon it, money to tend the troop to Carter, but charged them. Judge Morrow, by hi ever ho comes in personal contact with as too much of a boss for their use. II It took the last dollar in the Treanury, nnd among other things in his speech firrnntr and bis pleasant and Just ruling people during his canvass for tho nomThe young fellow at Nowtouville, and all the money the old Commonwealth in the ca.e, ha made many warm friend tho other day ssld: In all this bad bill ination ho will make friends or get of ono hundred and forty pages, which votes. Tho troublo with his chances 0., who cut his throat, shot a holo in could raise upon her credit, It ought to be In this community The case will be tahis head and then threw himself into ehccrfultr expended In sustaining the lawa ken to the Court of Appeals br the Attoris cumulativo in its wickeduess and and the authority of hercuuita. f Yeoman. ney for the is that he has not been much known Commonwealth, in order to the flames of a straw stack that he progressive iu its devilment, tho pro Creditors hate attached all the propoutsido of his district, has never canafire, was evidently under the erty of Ferry A Dioa., seedsmen, of Grand have that Court pass on the plea in bar, had sot position to restore tho duty on qtiinino which was filed by the defendant and susvassed tho Stato or been actively en impression that tho New York law, Haven, Mich. It Is said tint, financially, tained by Judge Morrow, viz: an acquittal is climacteric, and the ultima thule of gaged in general State politics. Ho making it a felony to attempt suicide the firm la completely gone. The entire of murder by a former Jury giving a ver it meanness. fLauchlerl No bill has to introduco himself in a great aud fail, was in effect all over the liabllittea are probably over $100,000, and dict of guilty of uisnslaughlrr. This Is a has ever emanated from tho Commit-to- part of the State. Ho is a man of the el are comparatively small. Too novel question in the criminal practice in on Ways and Means, a committee, vigorous mind, a good, solid country country. We commend his example much new mln a said to be the cause of thiijilMeJfthough the Supreme Court of to nil who with to shuffle of this morwhoso namo should be changed by res the collapse. lawyer, with all his faculties and rtrtmtWn 8tates have pissed on It and tal coil in advance of a natural death. olution of this House to that of The debt statement juat tailed ahowa: all, with one or two i:at.:ii.s i- knowlcdgo well in hand nnd ready for exceptions, held a Laughter. Decrease of the public debt during Janau-ar"Friends of tho Toor," Henry Watterson is in WashJudge Morrow did, that a verdict for use; a man of action, not a scholar or $I.1,C30,8S3 87; caah In Treasury $318, no proposition has ever emanated student, inclined to get tho bulgo on ington City aud is receiving a perfect T.V,C318t:gold certificates, $727,454 00; manslaughter acquits the defendant of the from that committee which compares charge of murder. The decision of the his opponents when chance offers aud ovation at tho hands of tho Senators certificate of dtp-vitoutstanding, $12, Court of Appeals, whatever It with this, either, in its aggregated or mar be, will his own and Congressmen. It is likely that 000; refunding certificate, $.130,150; legal be of great interest, inclined to insist on having aid tbe question will Laughter and segregated iniquity. way when that seems tho plan by the Kentucky delegation will givo a tenders outstanding $.140,631,010; fraction- be thoroughly discussed beforo that triTho aguo stricken people applause. bunal. which to got iu He is genial, jovial dinner nt Wormloy'a in his honor. If al currency outstanding $7,018,003 17. of this country will call this Congress The Director of lha Kentucky Censo, we may look for something sparkand fund of good company. BucHen's Arnica Salre. tral here elected the following officer for accurt ed if tho tnx on this drug is re ling from him between sipsof the sherThe the present year. M K Ingalls, President; Boies, best "Its In the wotlJ for Cult, IlrulKi, Kmmett Locian, of tho Cincinnati stored. They pronounced your party Ulrers, Halt Rheum, Fever torn, Teller, ry and tho champagno. John Kchol, Charles II. Chsppsd Hands, Chilblains, Cbrm, and all raln unworthy of confidence last Novem News, confesses that ho cannot help rotltlrslr cures There is n boom at Lexington, a Hronson, Secretary and Treasurer; Hon. Eruptions, and entire satlitwtlon pllei. ttlaguir-sntee- d ber. They demanded reform in our from yawning when ho tries to sit toglTs or money refundCol. W. U. John W Stevenson, General Counsel; C. I. ed, fries 11 esnts pee boa. For le by Penny tariff system, nnd it comes with through one of tho operas at tho festi littlo ono for a cent, to put Ilrown, General Freight and Passenger McAllttsr from you, nftcr having been re- val, but that liko tho boy, who smokes P. Breckinridge on tho track for Gov Agent; K W. Ilender, Superintendent. A Cmtnal Stampede. a a cigar, even though it turns his stom- ernor, hut it will hardly pan out pudiated at tho polls, to Never was such a mill made fur any Drug 1' LINCOLN COUNTT. tax for which not ono singlo solitary ach up sido down, because other peo- much. Tho Colonel is too great an Store as Is now at Penny A MeAlliler'a for a Trial Near HcCormack't Church. or Dr. King's New Dlaeorery for Cocsump-lloDottle voter in America has petitioned, ex- ple do and he thinks itappears nmnish orator to havo his silvery eloquence roughs and Colds. All persona afflicted with Tbe wind played the "wild" with the cept those who hnvo n direct pecunia- finally gets so as to really enjoy the hid under tho bushel of an executivo hay In our neighborhood. Asthma, Vnmchltls, Hoarseoeas, Kfer Couthi, mansion. or any affection of the Throat and Lungs, ran gel ry interest in its imposition. You had weed, he is slowly acquiring tho tasto Mr. Frank Kelley, of Boyle, w ve a Trial Bottle of this great remedy free, by railing Tun Blue Qra&t Clipper wants all iling relative in this vicinity last week. to lay a tax on air that so many people believo it the as well attempt at a bote Drug Store. It seems to be a bad idea for a man and God's sunlight, which I honestly thing to assume We don't think we tho Kentucky papers in favor of Joe LASCAHTEIt ADTFRTISKIUTS. believe you would do if a single citizen over would acquiresuch a taste. Simple, Blackburn to hold up their hands. who ha to be out late at night to have There will be about four held up, trio glass doors to his house. or firm in Philadelphia were engaged old fashioned music touches a tender II. O. KAUFFMAW, Mr. Oann, of Wayne, who recently in the manufacture of either. Laugh- place in our heart, but the three per- rest will bo down and writing their purchased Dr. l'.W. Login's ATTOItNEV At JCAW, (arm, has sold best for Hon. John Griffin Carlisle. ter. LANCASTXIt, KY. formances that we attended of the It to Mr. George Carter for $700 profit. Matter Court. Will so intelligent a paper as the of last year, was enough to last Even "General" Fox, a kind of simple practiceCommissioner flarrard Circuitand adjoining NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. In all tho Courts of Oarrard minded fellow, who, for several year ba ceuoucs ana in ins rnuri 01 Apptsia, Cincinnati Commercial Gaztlle has been us the balance of our days. ' It is not Kentucky has 1,460 postoflicea, deceived as to tho feeling of the Ken- fashionable to admit it, but there is The funded debt of New York city is made his home at Turnersville, died at Mr. Ed. Young's last week. MANUFACTURERS' tucky people in tho race for Gov- no melody to ui in tho shriek of a so- $90,618,139. An old man hero when he read the trunks Frincess Louise takes sixty-fivrisa xvo uaiixc tho action of a few would-b- e ernor by prano as she tries to reach the highest account of tbe child with three tongue with her on ber travels. bosses in Morgan and Magoffin coun keys of the gamut nor in the agonizing COMPANY, A. profetaional "masher" wa fined remarked, "That's nothing; if you could INSURANCE ties in declaring for Col. Jones. They groans of the basso profundo. Yet $100 and cost at Chicago. hear my old woman sometime, you would Or BosToa, Mass. only thought to mislead the unwary 5,000 people a night pay from 82 to Failures last week 305. More than one think she had a half dozen." Capital, 41; total a Miss Cetlle Thurmond will begin the Ida. tl.OM SUO.roO; turplna, !US, ed 02? 31. peo $25 a seat to hear it and Cincinnati hundred greater than the week before. idea that and had no KURT. KIXNAIRD, Agt, Lancaster. Spring school at McCormack's on the 5th. At Philadelphia a day or two ago, the Tho C. G. grows rich from the pockets of the plo would be deceived. Mis Lettie taught the district school there was never more mistaken than when crowds, who must affect a feeling when Mint put into circulation 102,400 of the and gave gsneral satisfaction and the patnew nickel. it says: 'GIeanings from various papers they have it not. Another blinding bliuird in Kansas rons are lucky to have secured her service STixroan Staiar published in Kentucky indicate the Judge Jere Black, in continuing and the northwest, with the mercury away again. honse occupied by Mr. Charles The strong hold which Col. Thos. L. Jones his argument against tho Edmonds down in the bottom. - KENTUCKY Cravens was burned on last Wednesday LANCASTER, has upon the people as a candidate for bill to crush out polygamy from Utah, Col. D. Howard Smith, of the R. R. night. The family were awakened about Governor. The mountain counties charged that the aim and avowed pur Commission and late State Anditor, baa midnight when the bouse waa discovered JOHN T. HUJGI.NS, PKOritlETOR. to be half burnt down. The cause of the indicate their preference for Jones. pose of the law was to plunder the moved with hi family to Louisville. The Circuit Court at Covington decid- fire is nnknown. Hon. Proctor Knott and Judge Ows- Mormons of their property and to A FIRST -- GLASS HOTEL ed that the marriage benefit associations ley have each their strong adherents, make Utah a republican State. He were contrary to the laws of Kentucky. Insverr particular, Thspatronag ol the public solicited, snd a&tlabctlon guarinteVl. confined principally to their immedi says that the opportunities for plun Damlan Romero waa hung at Springwriter surely must der are not so great as: they were in er, New Mexico, Friday for murder, the ate localities." Tho havo had a seat at the Col.'a late win- e- in the South, but the purpose of the only performance of the kind In the U. S DEPARTMENT. For Sale! A Tesas Dick Liddle, the mucle shoals robber, spread and had this stuffed down him republicans, with regard to Utah, is PHARMACISTS Is to be released on email ball, so a to have ItOIIT. It. WEST, Editor. while stuffing away the good things. I wIllMllorexchaon my Farm In Tciat for the same as it was in the South. The him jppear as a witnesi against Frank lands In Garrard, Mad two, Lincoln or Iloyls counnutaas la- LANCASTER. C lifc. .Tir j s ties. This farm la situated In Tarrant county Tin: Polytechnic Society of Louis- argument has created something of a James. Judge T. Z. Morrow left for his home Texas, about 12 or 14. ml lea South of the city or Young Cobb, who mortally wounded Drugs. Books, Stationery Fort Worth and about aamo dlstanc North of ville has decided after a warm debate sensation. S.'U-arru fm&Z puic ST the City of CI t burns. In Johnson county. Contains sheriff Sherneman some days ago, was tak- in Somerset Sunday, and fancy Articles. UtO Aerruol Bos land, all noder fenr. with a that the pardoning power should bo Penn- en from jail at Winfield, Kan., by a mob Quite a number of ladies attended the rood barn upon It sad rood water on nUcs. It la The effort to pass a bill in th3 Phjtyilana' rrrscilptlene accurately compounded. frar-rnr- r Abu larnilng land and Uuprclnllv will withheld from the Governor, and it sylvania Legislature making it a mis- and hanged. speaking at the Saturday. located for railing cauls, being on a "To be. or not to be" State Senator "i between two never falling alreama of nlch plateau could have hardly decided otherwise in demeanor for legislators, judges or The President gavo a granj dinner, waler It la IJsSUKI.KHN! about on mile East of lbs aurtered routs of the view of tho terrible abuse of that pow- State officers to accept railroad passes, complimentary to the Judge of the Su- the question" with Capt T. A. Elkin. ion nonnaiuDiirinueu. lb., wnicn win i The tlourlng mill of Denny & Co. at completed Ins abort lime, and aim about 3 miles preme Court, on the 1st, at which Proctor "old humanitari- proved abortive as all such efforts er by the Fea It. It. now In operaWratollnoU C A this plac have been closed for repair for tion fioni Ft- - Worthbanta I nrffrst Slock of Watrlir-n- , and wife were guests. to Ualmton Tbla furu la In an." Col. Geo. Baber, who spoke in do, by a large majority. It will be a Knott New York Central owns C40 loco- a few days. the rreat cotton and wheat ralflor aeetlon ofNorth. Clock, Jewelry & Mlvcrrrnre The ein Texas snl eery desirable fur any on wanting the affirmative, asked the following mighty cold day when a legislator motives, 588 paaaenger coaches and 22,405 The vault In the Citizens National tofa'nior nlM raltl. Alao bate, on the places Lower tbla market Irr bniufhl toH'stchea. Clocks Prices Jewelry Ihsn amau uuncu oi nnort norn wnn lbs lAweat snd IU. pertinent question: "If this pardoning gives up his pass, for without ono he freight cars. The Erie has 5 11 engines, 652 Bank is completed. The safe is expectel in on Bus bhort Horn Dull, a iieiira old tbla can and yean bprlnr, palled on abort nolle, alii Warranto!. also farming impiementa, mil l will trade with a few days. power is to be vested in the one man, would be a very small potato indeed. coaches and 2,203 freight cars. HX, JlrUEE liU.M'AN. ins place. The Rev. J. R. James, of the Baptist lancaater, Ky. Jan. II, ids! The home creditors of the city of Mem why not make the Governor the Judge Take it away aud there is nothing Theological Seminary at Louisville, will phis have agreed with the committee for a and abolish the judiciary and tho jury left of tho average alleged tOC c--rr3r &jrai " jrassJKaT" settlement of the debt ou a basis of fifty ct. preach at the Baptist church next Sunday. entirely and try your cases by system Prof. Green II. Anderson, of LouisThe Governor of Alabama has to on the dollar with six per cent, interest atpetition? I am in favor of a commisA test case where a "bucket" shop had ville, agent for the Encyclopaedia Britan-nicfurnish his own mansion and gets a is in town in the interest of that sion and iu making it obligatory upon attempted to prevent the Western Union salary so small that economical as he Telegraph Company from withholding dis- work. that commiesion not to grant pardons live it docs not pay expenses. patches waa decided at Chicago against the Judge M. J. Durham, John S. Van additional facts are produced." may unless O'Neal, the recently inaugurated exec- shop. Winkle and Robt. Harding, of Danville, Flattering mention has been made utive, took his spito on tho stingy peoThe Assistant Secretary of tbe Interi- and Col. T. P. Hill and J. W. Alcorn, of of Col. T. Z. Morrow, of Somerset, as ple by using 200 words in ono sen or has decided that a marriage of a sol Stanford, were attending Court last week. The jury in the Arnold cate.who were the republican candidate for Govern- tence of his address nnd there nro ma- dier' widow does not vacate the claim of s. of discharged Saturday night, left for their The party would ny now, who think the punishment the orphans the deceased soldier to or of Kentucky. and near Uurodsburg, Sunday, Georgj A. Portwood, who killed John homes in honor itself by nominating such a man, none too severe. 0. Laughlln at Lawrehceburg, was acquit- in charge of Capt. Phil Thompson. We for he is not only worthy and well have never seen twelve more quiet and inWKkmkKE2XjSimrL7DZsEK The Louisville Democrat says that ted on tbe ground of It will telligent gentlemen on one jury than those qualified to fill the office, but his serthe Post'i ideas of the tariff would suit therefore bo observed that he didn't die as vices to it demand a handsome recogthat were on this jury. CooiUtlog ol the people right in tho heart of Pig was published at tbe time of the killing. The Llliputian ot Franklin Institute in ornamentation, is nition at its bauds. His public as well who loved the Two young Mexicans, Kelly's district in Pennsylvania, Iron gave quite a pleasant entertainment at the as his private character is above unequalled. same girl, in Sorocco, locked themselves but it don't take in this section. Will in a dark room, and argued their claim Chapel of the Institute on Friday night. Cttllfbriiln Apricot), and if a republican could be consisted of music, reclta. the roit adopt the suggestion to re- wltb ISLTTSTGc OP . Ono ot them was be- The programme Grecu Ghrc IMiiuih, elected to that office, we know of no lions, composition, Ac , ' all of which move thence or will it stay to punch headed, and tbe other chopped into sausage ono whom we had rather see honored were well executed. Tbe Chapel was comNlur TonmiocH, Watterson under the fifth rib as here- meat. tliau he. who effect belonging filled Fred JU-JIJ-"!"-.1 Sen-torshST-A-isroiax), jj u icy. st y EDMSTON OWSLEY I Successors to Chenanlt, Severance & Co., a DRY GOODS! IVOTIOIViS. n, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, f fes-v- al well-post- 113-l- mOGINS CARPETS, HOUSE! WALL PAPER, TRUNKS, &C. Garrard County Farm WmmjWMM t3zmtAro --v- I Court-Hous- e led n T JUST RECEIVED! JEWEL your special tention to the I desire to call One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste mmmt broad-axes- TI3CE5 Kei'I.yinci to our question as to his preference for U. S. Senator, brother Green, of the Richmond fieguter a&je: "Hon. Johu Griffin Carlisle suits us to a dot. What say you, llrotiter Walton." We are for him for meet anything, but if he should be elected Speaker of the House, as we hope and believe ho will, he can do his party more service there than in the Senato. tofore? All the to fortably with our towns-peopl- e, Judge Beckner says he was put on the Committee without bis solicitation or desire, aud being on he intends to stick. He is agin Jones and for Knott, but is confident that he can do Jouea just "Too Lovely." We admire bis pluck, and if he would devote his efforts for Judgo Owsley, we would heartily give him threecheer. Tiiu Breckiuridge Xewt, which is for Knott, makes this suggestion, which we trust will bo acted on by the pa, let's pers of its predilections: "Boy-Jones and Owsley fairly. They fight are good and truo men, and (who knows?) you may yet want one of tltera to appoint you colonel.' to become a U. S. Tahor, Seuator only lor thirty days, paid 8120,000 to securo his election, was He bails from sworn in Saturday. Colorado aud is noted only for a huge diamond that he wears and which once got him into quito n disagreeable scandal. The Commonwealth falls into the failing of all Frankfort papers trying to curry favor with tho Governor by apologizing for his pardoning business. It will not do, young man. Better give utin tue censuro no deserves or let tho subject severely alone. who r to Col. cool the fiery indiguatiou of the editor of the Mountain Echo by denying the allegation that ho sent his proxy to Mr. Hewlett. Frank Hatton was the man to whom he sent it. An exchange says very truly that thero is not so much danger of tho rescuo of Neat and Craft at Grayson, Ky., as of their pardon by the Gov ernor, should the trial result in con viction. Brae-le- has attempted "" Wolfi'e, tbe New York banker, In Alabama, were highly delighted with the success ol This entertainment were attached Saturday to secure a claim the entertainment, of the State against bliu amounting to will add much to the good name that Mrs. Collusion between Wolfi'e and Yanti has won as a tea:her in this com$139,000 munity. Vlncenlt Is charged. Judge M. C. Bauiley, of Stanford, was Estimates of experts fix the present Hudson River Ice crop nt .nearly three elected Saturday secial judge to preside million tonsone of the most abundant during the remainder of this term of the ever Known, Hie coat of garnering this Court in the absence of Judge M. II. Owscrop has been less per ton than last winter. ley. Judge Owsley ba gone to tbe Green River counties to look after bis interests It will be cheap next summer for once. In the case of Wra, D. Murphy, a New In the Gubernatorial race. For the benefit York orator who stumped the State of In- of those who would insinuate that Judge diana for Win. II English and brought Owsley 1 neglecting hi Courts, we will suit against the latter for $1,180, the New state tbat he had the members of the bar York Supreme Court rendered judgment to select the Judge they desire, and then for the plaintiff, giving the defendaut leave pay the one selected for hi services out of hi own pocket. The opponent of to amend hi answer. Joe Downs, of Nelson county, U dead. luuge uwtiey are beginning 10 see inai ne He is the man who went serenading Christ la a dangeroue competitor In tbe race for mas night, and becoming drunk, the other Gubernatorial honor and they would seek of the party buit a fire around him to keep to keep him at borne and thus drive him him from freezing. He rolled in the fire, from the field by such little underhand Inand waa severely burned, from the eflects, sinuations. The evidence in the case of t)ie Comof which he has just died. the National House Friday, a reso monwealth vs. W, A. Arnold was conclu lution was Introduced to suspend the por- ded Saturday morning, and then tbe Court tion of the statute authorising the pur- read the instruction to the jurv. On chase of silver bullion by the Secretary of Thursday the order ausUlnlng the demurthe Treasury, and a resolution was adopted rer of the Commonwealth' Attorney to the directing an Inquiry into the feasibility of deft' plea in bar, filed, waa set aside, I btnee there wa no instruction for murder dispensing with convict labor. Yarmouth Corn, Kt'llHCtl'rt I'CHCllCM, PIllO AppIcH, Ntiing IteuiiH, Oytcrj, ate. lisWrSHsW Farmer, snd 1'lowrae u, llatrc -- OUrer t billed Uetal will not corrode) th beerleit rust will remote fsw minutes. Tin (Hirer I. .Center Draft Plow, hattoj aloplog laadalds, which doe awaywllb lb preaaur found In .tralglitlaud.il Plows. Tbe Oliver has hundreds of imitators; no nunufaelu-it- r The OUr has a record unparalleled In lb history of Plocs. Your will Imitate su luferltr i'luw neighbors will ttll you lu 111' V Till; OU Ell, and take uo other. HHBRHL kflir&smlk. Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars and Coffees in abundance, and Prices extremely Low, at the la a "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LAHCASTEK, W. H. HIGGIWS. -- 1883.- KY. GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., Proprlttois-- New Goods and New Prices IUlKACIIKHNVaXI.i:. ICY. FOR J5AIJB sal my ! Having concluded to reutoes la Tessa, I ofler fur Ito'lilcitco I with toauuouueelo thstrsde that I will .all good. as low as lb lowed Call and easmtns luy slock snd ba convinced, as I know you are all tired ol b gb priced and ahoddy good.. & IIiihIucmh HetiMC, 'In FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Ilecaue your bouse, or your goods, or your lie stock, or Tour olh.r property bar not beeu burnt or Injured by Br or lightning, Is no guaranty that COME ONE, COME ALL I tb.ycmsor be. Don't you think, then, that It would Lo Itruaeut to aetur lndeiunltv In raao such loss or damage abould occur I I oiler you this Com up, loll up, tumble up- -l don t cam bow tbe luou.y up. at tb lowest rates obtainable In any flnt-cla- u lu. you corns up, so you bringW, M. Very rwiwclfully, HUH AKM, aursnro Compsny. I reprewnt saren snd you insy W-lm. fHlLlTM. tsk your choice. Mui jnu. Combined In oDS.tlluated In lb town of Crib Dr. chard, Ky , on Ijnculer alreet. Tb building la two snd blah, 8O1I') feet and con. lams In sll eight rooms. Tb .Core-roo- m la 30x40, with counter, sod .belting ulcelyand properly arranged, with sll tb vulbullJIng. neceaury to sod lb tails ol tbs moil faatldloua, and an abundance of pur water for drinking and bouachold puiKea.Xautlrul shsd aod fruit tree adorning aud beautify lug tbs eulire pit ultra, all In a good and healthy coudllloo Any on deelr log a cheap yet valuable, re.ldenre, anions a else-srspru)'ruu people, would do well, to call sudexsmluetb piemiaes before purcaadng sl.v where. Terms rsasonabls. K-- tf .OHM V. HTRettE. 'P'J'J..1.' j&nn.-Mceltln .' J11 , JU. L..". 'J 11 Jl HIT. m fEttMN DEPARTMENT. JJ.L' Editor. -JHW thl to IL'LU'WII1. trui Trvtt S5HHSSW j h htr dear man of God From the outset FARM FOR SALE ! M of t( eter rallhrul the close of the meeting, with rarest Too much ("sn Dot t wtr ajj mother constantly wateMnt anil rarlog for lie fell cordially In with everything; grace, offer mver neglecting a ilolJnty In of tMOO for lata titlratslr m etcstlsnt II It U farm For S a lk. Three handaome reildence There h considerable ilclnesw reported never "backed his ears" once, though I hrdear ,lrren. In the west end of Lincoln eoun- Ihrlrtwhair, When the' are aalM ly disease, iy. wunin Wlllaellrery cheap Stanford, Dec. 2 f minor irton'a well. It ls( Ma I have two American Hewing Machines, throughout the county. knew well how sorely some of my utter sml th system shonll hat a thorough elesmtog, mil from lb Mllle.lttlls ,t gtsnford plk and 82. W. Craig. l,H miles rrora Btsntord A Ilustnnrltl rlk. Is well guaranteed to do good work, which I will . A good bargain for somebody. See ad Tuesday Morning, aa a strict Baptist; lov- the stomach and bowels regulstnl, blooj purlned, wstered.hss mod Imnrnsementi. about u ta In arssa tried him, ance February 0,1883 poison sha ell cheap for cash or trade. II. K, Wearrn. vertisement of J, II Otter elsewhere In know and wheat and batanc foe corn next jrsr. and Al.t. I'ARTtM knowing themaelrea Init la ingly, heartily, generously backed us In that nslirlsl Hitlersexterminated, aurmint are the only rtmady. rsry nroduetlee Any person spplrln at one F.ltctrle debted to Chcnault, Sererance A Co, will The new firm of Kdmlston A Owsley thl piper, everything where he could conscientiously, They ir th heat and purest medicine In the can obtain a bargain. Jl. J, RHtlTr. L. A H. IQCAL TIME CARD. Mlltedfarlllf, ky. It Is said by Madam Kumor that there and amiably held hi peace and "made no world and only cost flfly rents. Cold ly Penny confer a great faror by nettling the ame, ta how tn full blast and I ready to show Passenger trains Nbrlh ... Itdi M. aa we deaire to cloaf tip our bualnta. their customer one of the largest and most will be a wedding around here tn thla sign," where he could not. In short, of all i. McAllatcr. ' M P. M Month TllK Jl'Mf.r.K Hikoeim are a bind of col- complete stock ever In Stanford. Read neighborhood somewhere, some time short- the preicherj I have yet wrought with, he ly. The parttculara wilt be published tn stands at Ihe head for unselfish generosity, xkit jUiriRTitsJimft. LOCALJWTICES. ored nrtlit tht inako rerr fine miiitj and their new "ad" and call on them, due time, not even excepting my paragon of pastors, the entertainment they glre at the Opera Itor I'aist nf IVnn; A McAllster. Lincoln Mii.M are now making an exSaturday the weather here was like Bro. Weaver, of Louisville. For while he Nkw stork of Jewelry nnil HllTerwre at Houae I'rldajr night next wilt be audi aa tra quality of flour of selected wheat, that of the gentle Summer-time- . Satur- did everything he could in hi kind way lo Penny t McAllster the moat faatldlotii can attend. Admtaalon which they will hereafter sell at AtmullbiCth, the follow- day night tt rained and Sunday morning help VALMTiNrJi. Sentimental and comic, 35, .15 and 60 cent us, he only hospitably opened the ing prices: Patent flour, an extra quality, the mercury wa thirty degree lower than at nil prices it lVnnj A McAllster'. door of his church for our use, when we Stock, Orop & Farming Implement!. To E. P. Owsley's Storeroom, Titr. man who doea not pay for hi paper $2 76; best family flour $2 10, low grade the evening before. This Winter ha been Watch m, ClocVn ml Jewelry repaired needed a preaching place without personal will not nay for any thing elae If he cm $2; bolted meal 60c; unbolted meal 16c. remarkable for the sudden change of tern Hating rented my farm, I will aetl at public sal and warranted b lVnnj c. MoAliater. responsibility for what might be said or on th premises, iyi miles from McKlone.on LARor. clock of Window (Him, all file help It, and the l'arl banker who refuaed Ilran, corn and shlptufl always on hand. perature. SOUTH ST., done; while Bro. Fulton invited us lo Penny to loan one money knew human nature Order left at the mill will bo attended to Double thick kIim for llowtr pit Messrs. Clark A Baker, merchant of Brooklyn, linked hi own name with our TUESDAY FEBItUARY 20, 1883, Nexl door to A Owsley A Ton, wher A McAllster. t work pretty well The KtntucLianmyf. "A bank promptly Males, 9 this place, made last week an aaalgnment on every handbill and potter, and became One pair taresCow and Mares l.rct to lack, Btrer, 6 Horse, t Calf, t yearling I will ho Plcnxeil to See Every PERSONAL. er here told ua he wa delilierating about McCoruisck 'iwlne Hinder, I ghosts, for the benefit of their creditors, Mr. D thoroughly responsible for ut in every way. rows, 11 fnl DEATHS boil I Molina Bulksy I'low.l Albion (feeder, 1 Mower, N. William la (lib assignee. The embar- Tne LORD will vet blesa him moro abun I liar lUke, I Corn Shelter, I good Spring Wagon, I.ucr Monrni.v li IltIng In loaning a man a amall amount whtn he Mm Mr Sarah Ilalley, died Thursday last happened to tee, aa the cuatomer laid hi ta greatly regrettid by dantly for the treatment he gave us, which I tarm Wagons, I neatly new, and nearly everyrassment of this firm Mid Iron, thing uanl on a farm, 200 barrrla ut Corn, 10 at theadeancedage of 87 year She wis their friend Mii J. I). Johnston, ami fnillr have null on the counter, that he wa owing for Whfst.JJton. Timothy Hay, Ac. Terms here, who hope It may prove I Lere record, as part of the history of thl mirrletl threetlme, Mr. A. M. Feland All sums of 110 snd orer, credit of C months; unaome lime for hi piper, and the banker moved back to l,incster. hut temporary. work of the LORD through u.t der that (mount, cash. ttalotoMglnal 10 o'clock. a son by the first and Ja T. Ilackley College. IV. H. CI.UYU. Mt In the West end of town and near the Teiima Katland, a handsome declined acccmmodatlng him with the loan." by the second. Music Hall ia occupied on Sundays by She waa for many year a lailyof Mercer, I visiting tde Misses Kewcum Spring, Mr Jsmea Maret propos what is known aa the "First Identity joung In the County Court renterdar, the raemlicrof tho Christian church and died STANFORD, RY. The building Church," whose pastor, the Rev. George es to erect a chair factory. Girpenter. will uf Cpt. John II. Shank waa ad- In Its falll will be two stories and large enough for all W, Greenwood, has Invited us lo hold ser Mit SAMf. WAHMiotrr and MIm Marr mitted to probate, and the Ihecutor, Mr. With Full Corps of Teachers, necessary machinery, hands, Ac. There t vices for an indefininlte period, on the Hoillh, of l'alnt l.ick, were giifla of Mls S. II. Shank, nullified according to It RELIGIOUS. Inlen ling lo remove to Loulitllle, loner for ail This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session i at same my Luella llamsey. baiia, aa at the JiinK mat is, in ine on the 2d Moodsy in September next. prorlaion without arcurlly. It dtrlie hi Kid John V. Slagner ha closed his not sufficient room where the factory Do. W. U. Pknny liai returneJ from property to hi children and In lieu ol meetlngit Halt Gp church. There were present located. way the LORD may leid u , without dic Duelling IIoiihc, Nioro & Sleek A very desirable residence and busi tation or watching of any sort. It Is a the Philadelphia Dental College, with a dower glre hi widow, liealde a number ns confdon. He will preach for that ALL THE BBANCUE8 OF A of Good ness house tn thl town are oflered for sale beautilul Hall, seating 1,100 and packing hindaonieitlr of llurnslde. of other thing, the placi on which ahe church thl year on the 1st Sunday of each THOBOUGHENGUSHCOUBSE l Mn, 8. 1). Matheny. formerly a tnthe advertising columns of this paper Mr 1,600; new, and very bright and cheery in and thirty-fir- e ilure of bank Block month, ts forced by business all it appointments. Bro. Greenwood, in MT. VEIWON, - - KEKTTJOKY of Htanfonl but now nn extftifire rail- during the rind of her natural life. The Are tauiht.M well u "The buy preacher," Harrison, report Olter,who oflers them, road contractor, wn on it vlsll to old frieuda will of Thorn modern built with C Huniber waa alao pro nearly seren hundred conversion during necessity to remove to Louisville. Persons whose house we are lodged, and where we allThe dwelling la almost new,rooms, besides halls, M.UBIC, THE IiANUUAOKH. I) It AW-INlmnroTemeuta, has eight here. a good have already found another dellghtlul AND l'AINTINO. Dr. John II. Owaley qualified a etc. it haa attacked nn excellent garden and ill the rcrlral which he recently held at De- looking out for a pleasant home and Till! report tint Sim Owens wa deid fited and necessary ousbutldlnirs, Its situation Is Kxecutor. The will ta dxtcd Oct. 21, with catur, 111. A grand jubilee will be held business In a nice, quiet town would do home, Is an Kngllshman by birth, but IS deilraole In Ibe town I bar hern doll)the most cash very coocluilv elf denied by hla pre JW.OOO siinum at ol January 21, and prorlde that there early in February, Indianapolis welt lo consult htm. The business inter years a resident minis country, first a and produc business em orerIncreased. perTn be ence her yesterday. He liii been finite a codicil of est hero will alway make Ml. Vernon a journalist and lately a minister of the gos agoodpioflt This Is 2xM feet, all hi children shall hare $3,000 each and Sentinel. front. To part es In Tuition, nrlcea rann frnto S2A (n s.v) In iii lick howtver. proQUblo business location, Don belter reralsr Departments. Prlmarr. ta. InferoiMIatu live place and with the building of the K, pel, in connection with the Congregational-ists- ; can of the catate, after payTerms of sal will be nude satis- W0; Preparatojy, flO, and Collegiate, 130. ba ottered Miss Ade YANAiianALr, of Harroda-burg- , then the remnant LAND, STOCK AND CROP. C. Railroad, Rockcastle ts rapidly becom thirty acre of about 40; gifted; with a pleasant face factory to responsible purchaser. who la drcldetl farotlte her, left ing hi debta and glrlng Th healthy locstionot Sit. Vernon Is unsurForty per cent of all the tohicco raised ing a big railroad county. For full particulars, aa to Board, iculdm. and frank, outspoken manner; wife and passed, It being shore ttmma'arial point; no aach land and $50 to an old colored man who ynterday to visit lier coutina, tlio Mlisc K. two loving children; church membership thing as chilli or fsrer cxlsta lu this town. Call MKH. H. J. TKUF.IIKAKT, Prluellml, The appointment of Judge Charles attended him during hla tlckneaa, hall be growa tn Kentucky. stanlord, Lincoln Co., Ky. onoraddreu J. IIMt.itTTEK, Ky. Fogte, In Lebanon. Vernon, 11941 W. 8. tleiilcy aold to Jwe Fox 160 Klncaid to the position of city editor of the small and struggling for existence; and dirided among them. Dr. J. H SrEAKlNO of the call nude on Col. W. tqmlly Courier Journal is highly gratifying to the finally an Identity preacher, which I now Owaley alio qualified aa Kxecutor of the ewes at $1 60 per bead. U. Witch to becomi a candidate for the rU0Ti.SSlO.Ul. Kid. J, (J Montgomery sold to John many friends of that brilliant and popular proceed to explain to those who care Mm. Jane Pennington, who glre Senate, the llichuond llguter bit': will of Bute young gentleman inroagnnui ine oiaie enough lo wonder what that means. Know for S. Goode a horse for $30. to all her property to the Doctor in trust T. w. ValHOK. "The propli of the dlatrict would hare W1LL1CK E. VAIXOX. s The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills Since the day when we were licenaea were then, that in these ''last days," many have T. W. & W B VAKNON, travel a long waye to find an abler or more her aon, Stephen. Tarern in Danville, he wrestling for prixea at col discovered the once lost 10 tribes of Israel, W. 8. Franci and T. V Hughe, want to buy wheat and corn. A.T LAW, satiable man We are for the Colonel and granted to STANFORD, KY. John Moberly sold to Aleck Moberty lege and I struggling for admlwion to the in England and America, and fondly beG. Wcatherford, Huatonrllle, will go down to Lincoln to rote for him if Stanford; J. and liked Charlie. He lieve, not that we are Jews, (or of the tribe Oflc In Owsley A Son's new building up stairs. bar, I have known filly for $100. and T. J. Hanael, Crab Orchard. K. T a tt l necessary to lecure Mi election." M. PEYTON, the Tom Robinson bought of F. D. Myers is an attractive writer and aa a journalist, of Judah and Levi) but Israelite Young waa apointed curator of the eilate I ATTOHNKV AKY. tiAW, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. BTANFOllD, a at anything else he may undertake, will 17 head ol b. LOCAL HATTERS. shoal at 5 cent. race being identical with the of K M Fox. John A. Hlaln qualified a Will practice In Ihe Courts of Lincoln and adThe only line running J. K. Uiiighman sold lo M Smith be a success. May he live long and pros- 10 tribes carried away captive 725 yean, or joining counties and the superior Court and Court admt. of Ida father, Hon. llobert Illaln. Fnran Oysters at H. C. llrlght'i. ot Appeala Special attention gtren to collections. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS perl llaugbinan a mare mule colt for $100. before Christ, and never came Office on Lancaster alnet. thereabout, Ill I'EKSONAL. air. isaac oiuari is ex back floruf to Mr J. D. Ilaalin on Sunday a presented -- J. M. Carter, Jr , sold lo Wakefield A Tilt: LegUlatire canlidate AUD to their own land. Scripture leaves pected to return from Florida this week. girl. ALEX. ANDEUBON, their claim before a fair crowd In the Farris eight cattle, about 850 lb, at $3(1. where hlitory, groping it way A.T X.AW, Mr. D C. Pointer Is clerking for C. Mill- - them just l, D. C Terhune bought of John L. Clovu and Timothy eed at A. Owsley Court Houae yeaterday. Judge Hansford the with infinite toil and research find DANVILLE, KY., Una A Co, at Roundstone. Mr. R. L. A Son'. raoM led ofTIn a lengthy apeecu. In which he of Mercer, 2Jmults at $85 and I at $70. race, thai Will practice In the Courts of Bojle and aJJolnlni first traces of the Brooks has secured a comfortable position counties ana in tuo vouri or Appeal. II, F. Kobinion bought four cow at DlUKCHMxV Russell County llraitllan told of a good many bill that he had is and will be LotilsTillc, Cincinnati nuil Lexon the K C. R. R. Mr. Harry Eversole, now overruns the world and IiEB P. HUFFMAN, how that br hard work night and $3C6 per cwt. Ja the street here yesterages." Let no Sweet 1'otatoesat A. Owsley A Son. ington, Ky., Commonwealth' Attorney for the 15th dominant lo the "ages of STANFORD. KY. one read Edward Hinea' "47 Identifications We day the committee of which he waa a mem day. 8CQAM ind Coffee lower than ever. red bull calres, district, passed through here Friday even Office South aid Main Street, two doors abor Two thorough-brebrought forth a bill to tax whiaky, cf the lost 10 tribe with the ms Jirers uoiej. Invite you to examine goods and price. ber had by F Held, Stan- ing en route to hi home in Ow.ley county Pure Nitrous Ozlda Oaa administered when rewhich now bring to the State a rerrnue of Young Mary, for sale c. nright. hla district race," without being prepared to yield hi quired ford. ii. He says that the democrats of Connecting In same depot with fast trains lor $36,000; how he "formulated" a railroad Klght thoroughbred bull calve and are solid for Judge Owsley for Governor precious convictions or ignorance to a Manual KKWLANn jugged one War- bill, to protect farmer from the loaa of one ditto add anoth3ST-old for sale by S, II. Dr. J. J. Brown, who went to Missouri to demonstration. If not he will JUDGE W. O. HANSFORD ren, a painter, yesterday for being drunk lock by railroad and which, by the way, of those who re Uiughnian, Stanford. took out a location, is not pleased and er lo the melancholy list disorderly. for The Direct Houte to Lynchburg, Danand la n eandtdaU for the democratic nomination nver became a law; how he had roted for A Hirdin county man bought lait wilt return home this week. His many fuse to accredit a fact, because educated to Kepreaentalire In the next Legislature. te ville, Norfolk, Hr.jrnr 0. IllimiiT it a wholesile dealer a prolongitlon of the already too gieilly wek near Klixibethtown 7,000 bushels of friend here will welcome hi return and discredit tt ala how many auch ? Indeed. He received 27 barrels of sugar prolonged acion, beoauae there waa gen- wheat at 66 to 00 cent. Well, the thing i taking root in England HILL, JR., in JUDGE T. P. hope he will settle down permanently All Virginia and North Carolina eral leglslitinn that demanded attention in one Invoice the other day. John M. Hail sold to W. S. Bourne, of old Rockcastle. Mr. J II Otter having and Americi and believed by tens of thous- Is a candidate for Beprcsentatlre In the next Leg Points. thought right in thla nnil tiarrard,a'yoke of oxen lor $05, and to It. He did what he acquired an Interest iu the firm of Otter A and who never care to own It. I believe islature, autjeci to in action oi ine uemocracy. Well, he iw it. Saw what? Thesnad would rote the lame way under aimiltr For tlcktta and lurtber Infoimatlon, apply to L Salter a pair of mule for $215. Co , Louisville, will remove with hi fami that QueenVictoria, lo day, pride not her jour nearest ticket office, or address ow. Whose shadow? The ground-ho8. MURPHY 'MIUIHE clrcumtance, proud that he had the1 man- I have thrt'O hundred shocks of corn ly to that city in the early Spring. It is self on being of Ihe house of Guelph, but and now for Ix week more cf winter. J A HEN C. ERNST, right without fear or faror which I would like to ftcd to stock on the In th line"" to do (lenl. Southwestern Agent, reliably stated that M. C. Miller, Jr , of on belter lineage still a lineal descendant Is a candldste to represent Lincoln countytho De310 W. Msln bt.. Loulsrlfla, Ky. next legislature, subject lo tho action of Your account waa due January let. The public achool arateni needed much premise of David "King of all Israel in Hebron and mocracy, W H Hays, Stanford te this place, has purchased an interest in the C. W.KJIITH, II. W. KUM.lMt. Pleae call and fettle without further delay improvement, the teacher were loo young InFajette county 60 head Tenmswe firm of Brinkley A Co,, Louisville Mr Jerusalem." I am further persuaded that Osn'l Manner, tlen'l l'sw'r Ag't. ltlchmond, Virginia. The old firm' business mutt be settled and he had uttered a bill in reference. lo cattle sold at $! 60 per cwt , a lot of 350 of splendid business at Disraeli's policy wa shaped by a knowl Miller Is a man thew that wa highly complimented by edge of the same fact. But this, though "to A Wright. McAli.ter at 50 CO and 32 fal cattle at $0 50 tainments, a clever gentleman personally Late of Cbenault, Sereranc A Co., Stanlord, Ky., He wa for a branch ixn- llickner 18S3. with bought of Mr. 11 Lee and he will no doubt prove a valuable ac- be testified in due time," will, I fear, cause TL I1 kOU arc looking out for a good house Judze itentiary and wanted the young priaoner SO acre of land on the Liberty pike, two quisition to the firm. He Is now in Louis some of your readers to say, ''well, I fear & CO.. M. and a good buslnei location, read the ad aepiralvd from the hardened one. Ulack mile from Huilonvllle, at $17.50 per acre, ville His family will probably remain Bro lhrne has gone crazy at last, I de- Importer and Jobber of Dry Ooods, Notions, Ac, Tertioemeul of J. II. Otter, published elseA DAILY burn had told him that when the convict 637, S39, fill Malu Street, Cor. Sixth, I.ct' all go to Florida and get itch here until Spring. Mis Rosa Reppert ha fended him to this point, but now I muit where and Inquire further. were returned to the penitentiary that are - ICY. let him go. Ilia lunacy la apparent at LOUIHVILIiI, without work A man there sold the pro- chargo of a flourishing school at Brodhead. A BUlLW.to containing $2,000 worth of now working on the railroad he would here, last." Dear soul! hold on to me a little Ia published to aubicrlbera at tbe following this season for $SC Mis Helen Conn, who I now burned nn the farm of W. II pardon right and left till the number wa duct of one orange tree bacon i n school at Brodhead in a few longer. "I am not mad but speak the will open orHTJu-oitrri- ori iiA.rJcas Sunday The uiot reduced ao aa tn make it comfortable for Shear In Boylo oounty Chri Gentry and Jim Lnglemu day It ia complimentary to our little word of truth and soberness." "Prove all nr mail, rosTioE paid. of the bicon belonged to O II Woodcock. the balance He had worked for the bought of Tom Johnson 100 Cotswold ewe is good." will now pay special attention to We Dally and Sunday edition, one year- .17 00 neighbor village that her people support thing and hold fist that which . 4 0) Dally and bundsy edition, six months and wa aure once tliM he at $0 and of Jake Huguely, of Boyle, 100 whipping-po- t two good school', Mr, James Miret went "Don't fly oil the handle," in other word. The Jubilee Sinner will ippeir at the CTJSXOt GU1NDING.- - Dally and Sunday edition, three months .... 2 00 had aecJrcd it aa a law, even though Mr common do at $t. My Bro Greenwood edit an Anglo Israel Wa rromlsA to ctro satisfaction, and when desired All subscriptions Inrarlably lo adrance. to Louisville and Cincinnati last week on Opel House next Friday night, Otli, and An extra copy ol the paper will ba mailed free lilackburn had oppoaed It He wanted 0 Cecil Bros A Hue sold one black mare, buslr.c, will gtre Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make Magazine, as well a preaches and his not it the Colored ISaptiat churcu aa at for one year to any peraon who will rail a club ol either bolted or unbolted ucal being zealous icUnlitv people, call them ten annual subscribers at ono pestotfiev, and forbegun juror to nuke a verdict and hid labored six year old, rotdster, for $275, ono bay 110-- t first proposed, a meeting having JtcAI.ISrKIt .VNALLKE. ward their nsmea and address, together with 170. "PRAISE THE LORD." lo that end Heknewjml what LegWa-tln- n five years old roadster for $300 and one selves "The First Identity Church." Oth ui tAiutu.it there thl week. Dslly and Sundsy edition, 13 cents per week, or Incomplete. In fact he had turned sidi'le pony fur $105 All to Mr. Goodell, Nyack, Feb. 1, 1883. km erwise they are just like other Congrega63 cents per mouth, payable to carrier A National IHwk at Hustonvllle !a down the leaf at the place and thought of Wyoming Ter Vtar Interior t tional churche and other christians no rnui, ua dliuu, .ui i Two centa Dally edition . now aild to be a fixed fact, enough mon I write this from one of those better and no worse. with Judee Durall that the people would Baldwin A Womick sold to Willie Sunday (double aire.. ..Throe c nts ey hiring been subscribe' to insure it. make a grand mistake if they failed to reAaenta. carriers, newsdealers, newsbors or any tbi week, 21 mules, at $120 60 lovely village on Ibe Hudson, which have Bro. Greenwood lias lately discovered on handling TllK NEWS, arerrqulred to sell th Jeeeo I. Hilfe, El. I spoken of a the turn him to Frankfort. admiration of traveler ever since that preaching identity did not save souls. He paid Stanford Hall A Sin sold to Philip A Kubauk litis been the psperln conformity with tho above rales. Address THE M'.fVN, Cincinnati, O. probable President the Hudson River Railroad itrung thene People came, were delighted, convinced, a high complimeut and did not forget to week, sixteen 14 to 16 mules, at $10 pearla of the picturesque along the beauti- even enthusiastic, but went away unsaved. E. H. BURNSIDE, The following decrlbe the present make flittering mention of the Inteiiiou Bowling Green Democrat. WEEKLY NEWS! ful banks of that famoui water course We This troubled him and a few weeks ago he Geo. D. Wearen shipped to a WilliamsJournal fur which we more a rote of , weather to a dot: Will b luued by the can-up here from the city, last night, by announced to hi people a radical change This Old - Knowu First It snowed, thank. He cloaed with a Mronc appeal to burg pirty Saturday a 30,000 lb of Woll Aud then It Mowed. Cincinnati Newt Publishing Co. the people whom he had tricl t nrre o hay at $15 per ton. He ha a machine a branch of the Erie road, that stop at of base and that henceforth he would Hotol Still Maintains And ilea began to lain; miles from the point. Twenty-eigh- t faithfully. High that blnda and discharge a bail every thla preach only "Christ crucified." Just at It Is a Democratic) paper, devoted to Politics, Anl Ihcu ll Mowed, News, Markets, Agriculture and L terature, and were then made for Judge T. three minute and they are the easiest to Metropolis, on the right bank, and opo this jucclure the LORD brought him to Loud call AND And then II snowed. will b edited with t b rlcw of making It a alteTarrytown, where the Cowboy arreat the Rink, where he found what he wanted, Newspaper. . Hilt, Jr, and he came lorward and made handle we ever saw, And then It ralntd again. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Aa Kamlly candidate for public faror, The Weeka days. The handsome little speech announcing it Shall be Second to no Country ly Newsnew cater to th requirements ol tta brat us; John A MIddleton, ed Ma. Andre In Revolutionary will er Thl one the way to win souls, and being full of it, Som-raRepublican ihow up one Thb Hotel in the State in iti Fare, It will thoroughly dlicuss ail lira question hla candidacy and ttlng hi noallion ou of Shelby county, haa a Jersey cow with a spot where bo waa hung is still pointed invited me to preach for him the afternoon of tb day. It will litre particular attention to Appointments, or AttenChirlei 8. Grey, who took the contract to tbsgatberlogof thsuawa Cepacia! car will b ririou tubject for Legislation He wa young calf that gave P30 lb, of milk In out, three miles from this, near Tappan of last Sunday week. This I dad and tho tion to Comfort of taken In compiling tbe various market reports. In pluter the Uiptlit church there in a Terr for taking proper care of the unfortunate on pan); and Gen. Washington' LORD gave me the right message, for the thelntereatof lb farmer, a good! spac will be their Qnetti. thirty consecutive days, commencing Dec. (emphasis uneorlible nmnoer. He borrowed email devoted to sgriculiure. Gscersl literature and headquarter are still In existence there, in people were completely won over and the of the State, lor putting the II, last, the calf being lust nine day old, fitted for th family circle will vsrlous fool enough to children auma from ererybody conveyed tu and from the depot comprise inatteia antiquated brick farm an Important department ol th paper, more on an equality with the ending Jan. 0; from which he made 61 the shape of an expected rupture over the "new departure" Hametge will he ppeciai acrommoaauo to Tree orcnara;. and It will be tn purpoa o' the management to so loan and did other icaly trlcka, bealde defense In criminal trlali by reducing tho and The famous four who captured turned into a unanimous approval of Bro. toComnerclalTriielers. Th Bar wills lb and 7 ounce of butter, or an average house. edit and publish the The Weekly News as to comekolcest jumping hla board bill. Grey claim Dan-rllalnai supplied with th Cigar. mend It to and make ll a welcoiu visitor In every eremptory challenges of tho latter to o, of 2 lb, and 25 ounce per day. Ander- Andre brought him over the river to the G.'a course, and the upshot of it was we brands of Llaaors aad household. a hla home. General, aa coon as they found out what a were Invited to Music Hall to hold a serlea Tb Weekly News Is a largo quarto, coutalulrg nearly double that of the Commonwealth. son News. alxty.four columns of reading matter, printed on taken. All know the sad The HInk wi rather dimly attended on He would rote against prolonging the sesa fine article ot calendared paper. In the last week or so dog have killed prlx they had of meeting. I had no objection on the n order to reach all classes, It will be soil at th Friday night and it I re ry erldent that agalnat any increase for Lewis Dudderar A Broa , 23 ewea and story, and how hesrta were broken In the score of "Identity," for I agreed with them sion over Uty following low In akatlng aa an amuiement t fiat of tixei a he was at present advlaed, and caused them lo lose over 75 lambs. They old coun.try over th untimely uealh ol there, and they were so delighted to find an RATES OF SVUHCtttPTlOXt ... . I 00 A single copy, one year dying out in Stanford. The wonder li tho' agatnat any and all extravagance. In re are using strychnine liberally and have' the gallant young soldier, whom the iron "identity" evangelist a ram aril Iu these A club of ten copies, mailed to one postoOce, of war could hvae no mercy upon, but parts that we just came together by the o long nearlr two win gard lo hi youth he very eloquently proved that it lni Iated . 9 0) .ou year gotten ten dogs and hops before another rule A club of twenty copies, mailed to ou ten. Owing to the engagement of the Op tint tint wa no barrier to III election week to get a many moie. Krery man who moreil every heart to pity and admi- law of aflinlty-PRA- lSE THE LORD. ................ . 17 00 oua year . ration by hla handsome face and manly The Hall however, his been engaged for Houae for FriJay night next, the Kink either in a legal Mine or otherwise. Hi A club of thirty copies, mailed ta on pest- era who oiler for the Legislature in thl Stale 21 ud . office. one year.. Feb. 7, closing appeal forauppirt and encouragecarriage when tho trying hour oime. His Wednesday and Thursday nights of thl will be open on Wednetday night, A club of forty copies, milled to one ought to be made to promise that he will 30 00 .... . on yesr bone are In Westminster Abbey now, not week and Monday and Tuesday of next, by when it li more than probable It will be ment wia very heaitily applauded seo that a law similar to the one in forcn And Isrger club at tho rite of li ceati pur copy per auuum permanently 'Sqnlre J 8. Murphy wa a candidate be- In ludlaua ahall be pissed and enforced In long since removed from the melancholy, various girers of entertainments; and so And Iu addition, TheWeekly News will b mailspot where he wa In- baring received a previous call lo Nyack, but not dishonored ed free for on year to any persou wbo will ratio and old cause he thought he could do his county thl State. Luwatic Arwateid Giren. ctuboltwenly or mora annual su(cr bcrs at ou waa a terred after execution. it seemed good to us to "put in the time" I'RorittETon.- colored man, who wte aomttliue ilnce re' some aervlce and not because he had any iwalottlce, and forward their uiiuta and addroaa Cousjv Cointr DAY What are we doiog in Nyack, you ask? by ruunlng up aud getting acquainted with wllb th requlelt amount of money, as per abor turned from the Lunatic Aaylum aa harm claim on the people whatever He "disa- cold, aleoty day and a rnthtr amall crowd labia of ratta. Sunday night the in ciae we should have an opgreed with Judge Durall and thought there wa in town Butlncai wa dull generally, I will tell you. Last the people, lea and incurable waa on Satuiday meeting ut the Temple (nee "Rink") were portunity to come up after getting through a good men for the and the cattle trade wa quite dragging and ordered to be taken back. He haa were a gteat many just CLUBS brought to a close not Inglorlously, nor with city dutle. So we had aervlcea last Having had this Hotel been In the poor houte ilnce hi return Legislature in Lincoln county aa Judge Cpt. II. V. Bush report ouie 200 head of wa iu discouragement, but because it ' ! night In the neat "First Biptist Church," and a few daya ago beat anothtr old negro Hansford, and a to my young friend, judg common cattle on the mirket, very few of thought our present position wa a more and the dear LOUD gave us evident "favor Will U d'stributed anwng Ihos who obtain snd within an Inch of hla Ufa and ou the nine ing from hi war talk, hi- ought to be at which were sold; those that wre, bringing From basement to garret, eligible one, belug nearer the heart of the with the people." Wo bi-- e another meetsand toTb Weakly New. the tea largvst clubs of night tried to burn the institution down by Weal P'int." Ho believed that the Inter. from three to 4 cents. A bunch of calve lull ratubscrlbeislruuioy unbUby th 1st reJuly. county are Identical brought $15; 1 pair oxn,$90, and, 1 do, at city and perfectly accessible by utreet rail ing thl afternoon and again eat of all cUmch In the e preading fire orer thq floor of hU room. luteiul lo Keep it In h Htrlctly dsy olwill be lfcJ. bach subsirlptton In thes club wy from every direction. The wiy there turning to the city Friday morning for I Virwl-ClHManner, and be waa confident that he could repie- $125. A few horse brought $75 to $35 ONE DOLLAR TEE YEAH. adojlta tbit fore having been opened, we bean in Mu an afternoon service in Music Hall. Only Dlt. AlXOBW, in aent them iati actonly and wisely. He . -- . .1300 In gold And ltava nothing undone that will add to th For Largest Club Huatonrllle la cheek by fowl with Danrille dldu't believe Iu this working an hour or u Hiring from a se sic Hall, corner of FiatbU'li Avenue and Marie I with me here. There t quite "a thO Northern Ohio i " td . 100 ' Sd " In her effort to lecure the location of the damage in Cleveland alone Fulton Street, on Monday night, to a good rellglou interest" here now and we hope COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. aa -- --'.- ' Ith ' i.n .!. f htiLwniihl- If elected, ,o- - to Frank- - vere flood; Ibe nW am a, II. It. A N It. II. by that route and ha fort and get through as quickly a poadble I estimated at $1,000,000. Railroad congregation The total, numerically, at we may be sent back In due time to put in $ tb the temerity to add that Stanford might HI speech waa abort but pointed, brldgea by the doxtu lure Uen washed the Rluk, summed up 201 for soul aud 163 a reapiug book into the harvest waving 1th " tth healing, in 24 daya. PRAISK 'while already." O, that word "already!" more over to that line If ahe want to. If D. A. Baugh In a few worda announced away and trarel greatly interrupted. Hun- anointed far ti yiU delightful time How It , " lOlu thl icntlment I endorsed by the Are Bred stirs the heart t hear the Master gare a very creditable dred of ptople hare beeu driven from TllK LORD. We had a hi candidacy and It certainly ihow a ratt amount tatement of the courae he should pursue if home. in aluioit tftry way. The dear people, sneak It LORD send UboreriV tl,00 Total. INDUCEMENTS SPECIAL Varlleawoiklo lor thaabov premium must of ingratitude. The Stanford people could elected. He wai a democrat, and hit father The dog industry appear to be cue of with the exception of a few "sore head," All well and all our wanta supplied To patronlt me, as I bav vry coavt olsnca.iuch Invariably send on dollar wllb each nam r.n portDuring rallied nobly and treated u with marked PRAISK TIIE LORD. "When I sent you with juatae much propriety tay to her the before him wa a democrat, and he had the mot important in Indiana. O. aded, and they should gtv nsuies with as NIC: BAMrLK 1100U4, do., for their us. dresses, aud send money a (sat aa lb attiecrllfta next time ahe put up a man for a fat coun done much to lucreaae the' democratic yote last yesr 12,000 were legally execrted and kindnea and consideration from Drat to forth, did you lick anything? They anobtained an bmall amounts of money may b scot by wall at tr ofUce, '"You can tnort orer lo Danrille in the Highland precinct He promised to probably conrerted Into aauaage, adding tail. In th dear family circle at our swered htm nothtog " So shall it ever be. UUSt ! !. IN.ninan'. rl.K. bul aniOUUtSOVer ...., f J ... V.U.I..- "W " if you like. We can mike more by up be a faithful servant, if elected, and do hi orer $100 000 to the school fund and tn boarding house, we were perfectly at home, Still pray for ua "that utterance may be ord.r. HMW'r Baggage Transferred to and from uut Lv uusuifficw luontr spvdmea lun.vi sua tbcu copy cered letter beud for a mio from wime other quirter," beat for tlielutertst of hloontItunt. And creasing the sheep fund 23 per cent It ii an I In dear Dr Fulton, we found as unsel given," we lovingly ask all who read these porting subecrlb lor It. Andrew the Depot free of charge. llut ibe wont, Our people are Tllr. WtfcKLY NEWS. appearing, the voter eildeqtly a great State for dog and presi- fish and loving a friend at we have ever worda and know aotc (opiay Ever In Jesus, 304 sbdllv. Use street, Uniluustl.Ohlo, and are ready alwayi te return good for no oilier candidate QlrsuisacslL W.N. rKAMClH. O. Baiines. Geo. met. I cannot speak in too warm terms of dential candidates. dispersed In an unusually good humor. erll. nltriorournaI Nick lot of applei llrlghl' jut reeelred at It. C. st A.iT3roiar. icy. .... .. AkV prson baring book belonging to Col. It, Illaln, deed., will confer a faror by tearing them with Joe Paxton. FINE Sam. M, Bunitt. oi, lOt-J- TO MY PATRONS. PUBLIC SALE EXIMSCT to MOVE SIDE MAIN 1 1 bash-eli- W. T. OI6EEN. be-In- g 110-1- 1 Stanford Female a FOB SALE! reel-deo- O iu store-bou- TERMS MODERATE. y room-mate- ATTttllNEYH Kentucky's Itouto East CS-l- Anglo-Saxo- u ' Cas-sel- ATTOltNEY A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. Anglo-Saxo- n form-ulatr- eXIROEON DJ3MTI8T, Anglo-Saxo- n Yorli. 1 g', J. lb-h- JOS. METEIMKCE, J. ROBINSON Cari-enle- r Tho Cincinati News! Democratic Newspaper! vi-it- TO THE PUBLIC peo-iil- k, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. ..... Fropr TIIE e car-loa- d and its Imputation, deslr-ab- lo read-er- a. e: le dy, ST. ASAPH HOTEL. I ....... ..I e, ......... chil W. S. FRANCIS, KY. PREMIUMS FOR Kel'uriiis.ieil and Holltteil s) $1,000 IN OOIiD . Commercial Travelers Huttoa-vIlilaD- i, ..- T STAWFOBD. - jdjtJ.iJ!ilj HVfotJfM ttr.HlSU MlttWM. ABOVr toHtXMSn CHIttHtKW MHi-JL-- J.- 'JJ UU A MJL'J .1- 1- "T?!?TT???f,fr' Ealnbllthttl 1040, ma tn tinmii "BRADFORD P0RTA1LE MILL tK,WHtt Allll, mm auturnmaV ' .tt::; .. iz. MAKHiU kYMl,AiHKH I.OStlHH, tniiitih Muvctnhi. KTIIOIHNT, SOUTH -- liar. II. ' Moirlloh. I'l.tor Serilie ertry Sunday morning and night etrrpl the ililed Fnyer .Meeting etiry Sunday Hrhncl .101 a. TbureJay nlilil Iter II l'. MorrlMin, nuprrlntendenl. K J M. BAPTIST. ami FourthIlancl, I'astor. Settleee Sundays, morning and night, I'rsrtr Meeting etery Wednesday after, noon. Fundi; School at 1 30 a, at, K. R, narrow Superintendent CllltltriAN. dayWonhlp by the congregation Cot 1'reiehlne by ir J. W. onX.rol and t'oulth LoM'a diji, Sunday Sehoot at 1 15 1c Severance, Superintendent. TlltrJ'IliTr.llIAN. SOUTH -- Her. I, S. M.KI. I my, paitor Sunday School at 9.10. John w. Keut, Nuperintentifni. Union rrayer Meeting on Weilneslay ntthta f Of the largo cities of Europe, Berlin ranks next in sire to London and Farit tho census of last year giving It ICY. 1,100,000 inhabitant. It 1850 it hod February 6,1883 bnt 400,000, n gain of 700,000 in thirty Tuesday Morning, years thns doubling and nearly trebling its number. Nor is Berlin exceprACCt.VATJOX. tional from other Gormnn cities in its A TtirmlMt Jrrny of ittillillf TfiH. rapid growth. Dresden in 1850 had fyiff to Vtifulnnt. 00,000 inhabitants, and now it nnmbert Dr. E. 8. Uulloy, of Chfcngo, rciui o about 220,000 ; Brcslau thirty years ago paper before n medical meeting in that lutd 100,000, and at present it number city on the Aubjeotof " Compulsory Vac 20,000 ; eighty years ago Mnnich' had dnfttion." Ho mM tlinl (ho origin ol 50,000; thirty years ago 100,000, nnd mall-potrwi n myntory, as it nor vxa last yeor 230,000 inhabitants. Kot only purely contigeous. Ho gnvo a short theso cities, bnt all tho German cities, of tliotlisciue, from tho timo of it and also tho towns, show tho samo rtv great ravages in rcmoto times down to markablo growtlu And this growth is llio timo of tho introduction of vaccina not occasioned by immigration from tion hy Jcnncr. Tho theory is that thf outaido tho empire's borders, ru it is in y stem of a jiersoii inoculated with thf America, but from tho pcoplo's literally s)wox is subjected to tho aacdo infla fnlillling tho scripturo commands to ances m if tho jmtlent hiul the genu-in- "increaso nnd multiply and replenish smMl-pofor tho two discosos pre- tho earth." It is seldom that n German sent exartly similar types. A person mother has less than eight or ten chil jnco Tocciaatcd Jias prnctienlly perma- dren, wfiilo it is common for them to In havo twelvo and fifteen nnd tot uncomnent protection against smnll-potho light of modern science mon 'for even higher numbers. Pray rnecination must lie givon np, and bo- don't havo any nnxiely lest Germany vine Tims is tho only becomes depopulated and mined by thing to be recognized. A good citatrix tho enormous emigration that is conshould bo well indented with a clearly stantly taking place to other countries, leflncd edge, nnd nn indifferent cicatrix and especially to America. Tho conn- will present nn edge.; In 19,000 try is already it has recorded cases of siniul-po- i, it had been moro mouths than it has bread to givo fonnd that tho protection was directly them ; more hands than it has labor to in proportion to tho choractcr of tho vac- perform. Tho great problem which cination, tho proportions being 2.52 per Bismarck nnd tho Government at prescent where thero wero good cicatrices, ent are trying to solvo is what to do ind 8.82 per cent, where tho Bears were with tho increasing millions of tho indifferent in character. In England, fntnre. for thirty years previous to tho discovery Emigration is tho great safety-valv- o of vaccination, tho cases of small-poof tho country, and through its channels averaged 3,000 to every 1,000,000, while tho. surplus population, or n portion bf for twenty years following thero were it at least, 'It now homes iu foreign only 252 cases to every 1,000,000. For lands under foreign skies, where labor tho year ending in May last, tho cases of is in demand nnd receives its just reward imoll-poamong vaccinated, ipaticnU and whero tho laborer and iveniged ninety two to tho million, while mccliauic will bo free from the military of unvaccinated patients tho average was despotism which in Germany grinds 3,350 to the million. In some cases them to earth. In Bomo parts of Gernoted in Norwich, England, 215 persons many tho population has moro than who had not been vaccinated wero thordoubled in sixteen years, and from 1872 oughly exposed to tho disease, the result to 1878 tho yearly excess of births over being that 200 contracted small-poand deaths was 512,000, and at tho present x forty-siOn the' other hand died. rate of increase tho population of tho ninety-on- e persona vho hod good country will reach nearly 100,000,000 wero as thoroughly exposed to before the next century is half comthe infection, bnt only two contracted pleted. From 181G to 18C4. tho increaso the disease, and then in a modified form. of population in Prussia was from In the case of medical men, who are con10,350,000 to 10,2G0,000, nnd in 1875 to n stantly exiKMed, out of who 21,232,000, or 105 per cent With theso had three or more good scars, only two startling figures, the German economist contracted tho disease, and ont of 257 is busy at work over his calculations, who had indifferent scars, forty-foendeavoring to fix on tho timo in the were taken with a modified form of the future when tho prophecy of Mnlthua imall-poAs respecting the power of will' be fulfilled, and tho population of vaccination to modify the force and chartho earth will bo so dense that thero acter of tho disease, the English records on tho earth's will not be standing-roobefore cited bIiow that in unvaccinated surface for its inhabitants. Cor. of the patients tho mortality averages from 20 Springfield Jlepublican. io 13 per cent., while among tho vaccinated ones the mortality is scarcely ax amkkicax ax nxaLimr more than 7 per cent., and tho average TAT. n has been ns low as 2 per cent One day whilo Bret llarto and Augus exterminates the liability to tus Bala wero walking arm in arm down renewed susceptibility, nnd tho varying Bond street, in London, Sala suddenly constitutions of mankind ore reasons for said: tho consistent practice of frequent ' "What on earth mokes you walk so Tho speaker referred to tho close to tho shop windows, old fellow? " great success attending the rules re"To avoid being run into," replied questing all children in the publio Ilarte, grimly. "Tho fact is your schools to be properly vaccinated before countrymen wear so many glasses admittance. Out of children screwed into their oyes that they can't in attendance at tho public schools of tea whero they're going to save 'em." Chicngo during tho past six years, only " Ah I " replied tho English journalist, eeveu have had the small-poserenely. Later in the day they chanced to bo A llOllttlllLE BTORT. passing tho Langham Ilotel, whereupon The act of pnttinga lead pencil to the seized Ilarte. by tho arm tongue to wet just before writing, which gala suddenly him to tho opposite side of we notice iu so many people, is ono of and hurried tho oddities for which it is hard to giro tho street "What tho dence does this mean any reason, unloss it began in tho days Did yon see a ghost or your tailor?" when pencils were poorer than now, and '"Well, no," said Sala, innocently, ns was continued by example to tho next he removed his hat and inspected it generation. anxiously; "but the fact is tliat as wo A lead pencil should never be wet both wore silk hats it wonldn tdo for us It hardens the lead and ruins the pencil. to stay on that side. There are so many Tliis fact is known to newspaper men of yonr countrymen nt the Langham, and stenographers. Bnt nearly every are spitting out of the windows one else does wet a pencil beforo using and they continually." This fact was definitely settled by a uowspaper clerk away down East. A COLIi It AY FOR MAGIC. Being of a mathematical turn of mind, Everybody has reiyl tho marvelous ho ascertained by aornal count that, of stories of traveling magicians mystifying fifty persons who camo into his offico to pooplo by exhibiting their skill in publio write an advertisement or church notice, places. Of all the leading wizards such forty nine wet a pencil in their moutlis stories aro published, and in fact thoy beforo using it Now this clerk always have the discernment to see that no uses the best pencils, cherishing a good better advertisement of their performone with something of tho pride a soldier ances conld possibfy be obtained. One feels in ilia gun or sword, and it hurts day Barou Beemau was riding on a San his feelings to have hi pencil spoiled- - Francisco street car, and taking in his Bnt politeness and L .ness considerawith tho usual blandly tion require him to lcnu his pencil scores unconscious eyo of tho prestidigitateur, of times a day. And often, after it was twkVn ho jtmddefily turned and said bard And brittlo and refused to mark, his jtojn g young man on feelings would overpower him. the same .side : Finally ho got somo cheap pencils and "Pardon, my friend, but you will lose sharpened them nnd kept them to lend. your .watch tho chain is hanging." The first person who took up the stock " Hain't got no watch," growled the pencil was a drayman whose breath youth. smellod of onions and whisky. lie held "'Excuso me, but you aro mlstakeu. tho point in his mouth and soaked it fori Look there " several minutes, while ho was torturing Tho hoodlum, who unfortunately had himself in tho effort to write on adverbeen at tho theater tho evening Ixtforo, tisement for a missing bull-doand who had just recognized the magiThen a sweet-lookiyoung .lady cian's face, took hold cf tho chain, pulled camo into tho office, with kfd gloved tffat the watch out of his pocket, stared at it buttoned half tho length pf her arm,, a moment, and then iuid : She picked up tho same old pencil and - careless " Why, to bo sure ; how pressed it to her dainty lips preparatory of mo I 'Bligcd to you, Baron," and to writing an advertisement for a lost J stepping briskly from the dummy ran up uraceiet. 'Alio clerk would havo stayed a neighboring alloy, leaving tho Baron her hand, even at the risk of a box of staring after his with a the best Fabcr pencil, bnt ho was too paralyzed expression, Han Franclico If x his-lor- nrm-to-ar- d; x x hard-workin- g x fifty-seve- ur tit for Kovac-cinatio- n. 1 , it -- Notlco the children in any town b th "Long eyelashes arts In favor," said A business wm begun The " Tho dash of Orb fa a small way forty years ago, and has United States as they go to school during ffonan ntnlium in costumes nnd laco turns the been constantly increasing until it has tho cold winter weather. The boys hT become nn iramenso snecinlty. Tho on good woolen socks and boots thai thoughts of young women to drooping I hnvo several customers commission is n halt cent a ionnd, and reach half way to thoknoc, and over bolt eyelashes. Tho girls weal now whoso eyelashes nro under my rare, tho smallest amount that a broker will good thick pantaloons. sell is fivo packages. ITo obtains sam- shoes, generally light leather, and their t havo a contract to mako them long. One customer, au actress iu tragedy 1 ples from tho importer and gives his legs aro bare havo nt least ono thick-neof Blockings from ankle to knee. tusiiect, insists that I shall transform customers an opportunity of carefully testing tho article, Ilenco In a tea Rarely do tho little darlings have a scarc her eyelids into friofjed curtains." " How do you makooyclashc longer ?" broker's offico tho kcttlo is always boil- ity of covering for tho shoulders and "With tho tiniest pair of scissors I ing, and tho centcr-tablhas its extended liody, nnd muffs to keep tho hands warm, array of teacups. Tho drawing is care bnt tho lower extremities are so thinly trim tho Isshes very slightly, and anoint fully weighed, nnd for ono must turn a clad that, from nnklo to kneo, thoy had tho roots with n salvo inado of two silver half dime, this being tho usual nearly ns well Ik bare. Why is this? drachms ointment of 11 i trio oxido of merweight Generally a scoro of samples Thero is bnt one answer fashion that cury and ono drachm of lard. Tho lard aro tested nt tho samo time, in order to senseless, murderous tyrant that has and ointment aro well mixed, nud, after brush is mako comparison. Tho first lain its millions of women and children nn application, n camcl's-hai- r try tho aroma and then sip it in order to in America. All mothers know of tuo used to wash tho roots with warm milk get tho flavor. What nicety of tasto evil of which wo speak, nnd of tho ne- and water. Tho oyes aro apt to bo int must bo required to fix values in this cessity of keeping tho lower extremities flamed if tho lady trios to use thn herself. City womon havo lackwarm in order to Insure good circulation rapid manner I An expert however, will not only designate tho of tho blood nnd n healthy lody, but luster oyes, which are greatly improved prico, bnt often specify tho part of China how many are thero who would not rath by tho elongation of eyelashes. The In which the crop was grown. Ten- - er sacrifice their children's lives, or mako most powerful stimulant is n decoction tasting is said to bo a gift, and somo can shattered invalids, than to go ono inch mado of tho leaf of a South American never succeed while others all nt once boyond what custom or fashion dictates? shrub." Xew York Sun. display skill. A good taster must bo of If mother would dress their girls as Of nil shares plowshares aro tho most rather nervous temperament, becauso sensibly and n comfortably as thoy do tho boys a few years would witnoss a reliable. Thoy always turn up sometea appeals to tho nervous system, and . tho business is, thcrcforo, ono in which marked change for tho better in regard thing. Thousands bttr wltnM to the positive tho latter is severely tried and sometimes to tho health of women. Tho attention of fathers as well as mothers ought to bo curative powers of the Great German is shattered. Sold by See idvertbenunt. Tea brokers aro sometimes obliged to directed to this important matter. It is Penny A McAlliler, Stanford, Ky. taste 800 samples in a day, and during a htmentablo fact that American women F J.Cheney A Co., proprietors Hall' tho business season 200 is an average. havo tho poorest health of any women In Catarrh Cure, ofltr $100 reward for any civilizod countries. If thoy wero dressed Ono reason for this oxeesi is found in cane of Catarrh that csn't be cured with tho fact that a broker may bo employed tensibly in childhood, and would, when Hall' Cilanh Cure. Sold by Tenny A to buy tho entire stock for somo impor- alder, wear good heavy shoos, not two MeAIUter, Hlsnford, Ky. tant house. ITcnco ho must excrciso lizes too small, tho evil complained of great care; but, whilo ho makes great would in a generation mainly disappear. profits, his health suffers to a correlead. A GRAND COGNATION. 183.. AX At.Lr.UOHT. sponding degree. Tho constant effect A lawyer, nu enthusiastic admirer of of such a stimulant indeed cannot bo Semi-Week- ly Interior Journal escaped. Tea enters the system by in- tho lato John J. Crittenden, of Ken tucky, contributes to the Springfield And the LouUflll haling, and also through tho mucous membrano, nnd lastly by tho stomach. ttcpublican nn anecdote illustrating his Weekly Courier - Journal TboTesnlt, as has been stated, is dis- extraordinary power over a jury: Mr. Crittenden was engaged in One yir lor 8S.no two lor Utile raort tressing to tho nervous system, tho conthin the prtte of one. n man who had been indicted sequences being varied according to By ui I personal idiosyncrasies. Thoy are, how- for a capital offense. After an claWato jour ptjlnc pap"J JO jron thelllrwflt l. brone jnr Ihe wl,h home ever, of sufficient importance to havo a and powerful defense, ho closed his ef- rprwntitlT!wipipr of the South, soil the tmt, llghlMInd tblnt Umllr Wrcklj In Ihe place in the medical record. Tho tea fort by tho following striking and boau-tifunitM rtmet. i note w no urure io riimmti can do eo il n pie copy ol the Courlr-Jourallegory: broker must also resign tho social nature inuoisco. "When God, in nis eternal counsel, of tea drinking, nnd when ho comes homo at night with n month irritated conceived the thought of man's creation, O O EAHT I t with professional tasting how nnnoying Ho called to Him tho three ministers rto JO KOIITI! I constantly upon His throne must bo tho announcement that " tea is who wait ready." Tho leading tea brokers are Justice, Truth and Mercy and thus ad VIA LOUISVILLE rich men, but, as in many other special- dressed them: 'Shall wo mako man?' "Then said Jnstico, 'Oh God I make ties, thoy havo to p.iy for their success. him not, for ho will trample upon Thy OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W. 7'ro.u Timet. laws.' Truth tnado answer also, 'Oh TUK HAltOASSO SKA. ' This is tho name given to a portion of God I make him not, for ho will polluto Thy sanctuaries. 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 ,ho Atlantia ocean covered by tho 'But Mercy, dropping upon her Sargassum. Its boundaries may knees, and looking up through her tears, Louisville to Cincinnati! so indicated by tracing a triangle, of exclaimed, ' Oh God I make him. I will THK EAST AND NORTH. which tho three corners are represented watch over liim and surround him with Fre Parlor Can end New Coechte Without ay tho Azores, the Canaries and Capo do Chingr. my caro through all tho dark paths Verd. Within those limits tho sea is which ho may havo to tread.' Then Gal -DAILY TKAINS- slothed on its surfnee with a garment of made man, and said to him, ' Oh man I vegetable, material so thick as to retard HU XiOiiiM thou art tho child of Mercy; go nnd deal liOiilNville tho progress of vessels sailing through with thy brother. " AND THE WEST. Steamers avoid it because of tho Tho jury, when he finished, was in .'onling of their screws and paddles by tears, and, against evidence and what Bleeping Call and Dajr Coadire to St. louta With out iiaanEc the weed; but sailing vessels bound to must bavo been their own convictions, 2 DAILY TRAINS 2 iho West Indies, South America, tho brought in a speedy verdict of not Loulstlllc to Indianapolis, Chicago, Jape of Good Hope, etc, must paw guilty. AMD THE MOUTH Ji rough it. When Columbus, on his TUB OLD VBT. royage, had got somo distance to tho Coachei and Reclining Chair Can Through Pit Without Chaoge. westward of tho Canary inlands he was "Judge, don't bo hard on on old vet," imazed to find his ships in what looked pleaded a drunk who was arraigned in for Wnahlnston. HaHlmon--. 1'hlUdel- pain, SfW xorn unu uoiiou, :iko a meadow. As far as he could see tho Detroit Police Court. You Hare No Thli la the ttj Deal Koute, greenish-felloyo'u in tho war?" tho water was covered with a " Wero lutogeoi train. plant, ns water lilies cover n was, your Honor." "I 9zr Hue Throigh Daj Coarhtaea All Train! pond. Tliis was tho first timo such a "What regiment?" S3 Hare Ho Midnight Cbanr.es t thing had been seen, and tho sailors "No regiment I sloshed around by wero scared. Columbus could not exmyself." 32 Arrlre at SU Louli t neira la Adiaare ef Other Llaea, therihj erruring more time Ut plain tho sight ho saw, and might havo "WTiatarmy were you attached to?" mating change of ran and getting Brit choice thought with his men that tho weed was " Nono of 'em." of arata In ran of ronntrtlng llnee. " tho covering of some dangerous rocVs " Were you in any battles ? which lay a short distance down, ready "Heaps of 'em, your Honor." To IndiMipoMi and Chicago, n(l the onlr ride along to toir and rend them. Tho lead was line glrlng In patron a "Give me tho uaruoof any ono batthe ihorea ot Lake Michigan. aove, but no bottom was found. Tho tle." " Bunker Hill, "was the prompt reply. ihips kept on their course, and in a few Jr.. applf to ForTlcketJ, Katei, lays they got clear of weed. "Bunker Hill I Why that battle was Ticket AgentN utTime, Mipe. lug Llnrn, or Conner I fought over 100 years ogo J " exclaimed luuin. M.N. HHUWN Boulhern paneDger Agt.. WHAT THK LADY ASKED TUB lit! tho court. 8. K. Cor. 4th and Main Hit, LouiiTille, Ky. Or, to J. V. HlLLjUeDl. Kmlgrant Agt., " Of courso sho was, yonr Honor o' Lebanon, Kentucky. A lady in New Orleans found herself ii ull ATTIlf- .i , ,i, IUIPUU I, ... - . nsititr and family 'of little ones compelled to courso sho was. Ho you lliink I'd Ih (len'l ijupcriotendent, Uen'l I'au. Agt., Cincinnati, Ohio. pass the night without tho protection of mcau enough to nsk you to gn lilit on man in tho house, her husband being mo for having sloshed around iu any u' tlio.no riots of the Inst fitly years ?" in tho North. Being a good shot sho KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. was not alarmed, however, but put her AUUtCVLlVKK, A31KU1CAX BT TAt revolver handy when she retired at THE MOST DE8IRABLE ROUTE TO aight About midnight she heard onoiso It is well enough to glorify our manu as if somo one was trying to get into the factures, but tho solemn fact remains agricultural house. Sho went softly on to the gal that th United States is an w o oint-mcu- M Address plainly THOSBRKDrOROetCO HI, i:e,itw I r1 iTIpllVr ' Ifr IMINNtTI.O. imiin, sSWW FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE, CtL a faenrlt rmtrrlntlftfi rif tmm nt the most not.il and ,iicrorul periall.is In the tT.H. .now retired, for ref MnhoH. II enlrHeee and sieeair. f Ihemrenf Aerrofie iiefrlllfir. U plain sealed enrelopeVw, Druggists can Oil ,t. Addreii DR. WAHO A CO., Ualitina, Ma. "eul rr ROBBED Th. mmis of grates are nnnslly rubbed of their el, itmi, llrrs prolonged, hippin Mind health by iim of the great Norvous Exhaustion, Premature Do say. Loss ofMomory, AnK pmhm lolti Umtid Innkfif Ad i In- - tu i ting Mrn liyn Itrgulnr GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Whlih pesillrely ind lnnilvenlly rurei llljin. ciirw, (canieil by ixretenelanyn kind.) ri-ni- l that follows MrrrAiirais, and illdHri-aniurorenf Silf Abuee. at lues of energyi I hoI ntrmoiy, nnlternl liwllude, pun In the tuck, dimness of vltlon premature old age, and many othrr iIIuckci Ihit lead to reniumnllon and a prels for clmilin with mature grate nee by mill. The HiOIIA Ttllt la sold st l per lol.or six Intra for 15, by all drugtliti.or willl sent free by mill, ere, rely seaM, on receipt if price, by addrening . J. I III.NKY, entfije THE HEALTH -- t lndeMms WIS. JOMNAt, MILWAUKEE, l.tl PlainEnlishl js uriic ExpRssm)i Vtll IIarii ti wi Qa rati cmuu KiMit. tuutni hit arch, HfirwT iii h 111 Sole agent for tho Unnrd States. Adimiitreet,Telrlo,thln, iba ii it H K ili .yol i iiiir n vi thn trait harvBkpsfciOeyfof Ii nm (wsjlit f.f 1bm. ad wrtri rw-i - d f'ltIHf I'MlllMM ni-- l Itelr rurfesl Iftkboat rtMl tiwlnaf insata I DtMastl I UriHRI 10. fa. I rot. iitMoMi.MhNtltl. bJiipy iB4liIm Oct I I r "' frr ira if nirla. tliol'mt. t ii l t.i'.la, iJiRlitiil. i"r,nc, dormant an.l all other cinntrle t.rii live. Nn Thli t) lx chtrgn for cxar.ilpjti n of m,jlri or Adrlrslo ruailirc? lViu-nolitamiMl tt,r,mitliiiarrn'ticTiHn UlO.HCIi:TIFIt AJIiniKAV, wlitch liM tbolarRmt circulation and MlintnoeAlBtln cutlal notrspapor of Ititkind vubltelietuntlio world. Tlioad'antaRi'ni'fflii Ii n noltc trrry taU'ntcyi und, r1iiul 'Dililarea aud enlrndldlrlllnatnled KKItl.Y at 13.20 n year, andUsdmltledtoliotlK) MiNr dovutml tiiclcncr,inpelianl,lnTetittii,eitirinMriiiR worke, hnd other departments) iT lndnetrlal I'ropree". fflWieltwl In enr rmtntrr Sluglo rMl I 7o eontlnno to art f.Bollcl lore for t atcnta. rarrata. conmcli'i', etc., Air Wbmr'nhii(pffaTtUiti tllktMW.W try riuriar, ia1mu iku or old tnni dbtll-with ntvou or ih "HMltvt cl cuUr ii otno I rU.l Ml lCMtltl caint to 4 41 lirM'OVCO. Bt.LOUIfl.Mo. Vua iMttlAwif uuidi, tu. f u Vta I J m,m kjagth tMir, -'-- tl ttf tnt l.fltlA -- TMTTS EKPE6T8BANT U eompusod of Herbal una Mu ilglnous theI aulieleiricw or the lie erilil mailer Lungii tbairmi, uiiiuePiun uiai I jt- -, nndlurmsa Hie soottiliig ronlliig, viuini tint ttuei t it rrnjl. It clrautsa tlraw-Intt- eiieclo,ts lit ropleii Courlrr-Journt- dralere. Addrvtw.Jtnnn A Co.,TmMiehrre) of Helen-UfAnietlcan. S61 llrondway. New Yoik. inail.il freo. Ilaudloolc ftUmt lv Ii ail, 10 cent. Id all n la ttnta thelunnsnrsill luiuurlllee, atrenglhena theiinelienenfeelileil ljxH"ese,liitlatr-ate- i the cmulauon of the bioou, end braces th Mllglit eoliUoflen end Ira ncrroutiTK'm eonitiniiitlan. It Is iletigtrons to neglect llirui. .ipply Iho renirily promptly. A the asseriloa that IMtnftw, nty yvurs warran-no remedy lts ever lieen fniinit thai leaa prompt lnltselTec'iTqTT'8 UPECTBRANT. A single (lose raises Iho hlegm, suUlute Inftiramatlon, ai d Its tie ie.,iT ruree the most ohttinstA mug h A pleasant cnci!la!,rtill For Croup It ilren lake It Ireailllr. - In erety family. I llirajuahle an shout In ae. awi it eXotrles. a 1 rtlls Afflicted, Attention! 1)H. OANx'SKEMEl)IES! FOIl weht TUTT'S PILLS ACT DIRCOTLY'OH THtTfvtW. Cures tliltla aitit lever. Hrenepala. lleailarlir, lllllnua Colic, Couittpa -- TnE MILLION. 11Y Hick M I MANOFAITIIIKI) W K. (JAN!. MONTICELLO. KY. The werrt Is tiled with the wonderful, tewll-fu- l end Intrlrale Introtbm. ol man. in all Ihe combined talent and geejlus lit. t the wartl has knewn bit never prodared snyiblag thai ran compare with Mr. (linn's Iteasntles T' Medical kill and science have, as let, luted te discover iny thing equal to them, we the cure of the dis eases for whleh they are reciminrn.lnl At their virtue and ura are nrslsed be IIkiiumi throvah out the length and breedih ol the ItnJ, and at Stindtrd lioillr Ueillelnes, they rsaaot be an are tally substantiated by the I merest tratlcuon lata. ror Coughs, (Vddi. Croup, ltroDehltlt. Oentump-Ho- n at Ihe Thnt and Lungt, anl all llin.lllieuiiiattsiii,lllea, l'alpllatlonof the llcnn,lliilnes,Tnrplil l.tver,aml female Irrri,ulailtlei. If you do not "feel very well," a tins t:ln'll- - ue stlmulatealh o.reItom, , .unrirtsvirottotha 'I sr.,-I'rlee arte. :, VI ii r ray M ,fs.T. toTWITt fOH TUTTX MANUAL fREL-- sea-iree- d HALL S IflTflRRH RURE lJ to Ilrre t w 13 KECOMMEITSED PY rirfSiqAWl For Liver Cempltlnt,!rpeis Indlieetlon Jiun-dlrOIT2.I.JCCI stoHUch in.1 all IHIleui Caiorrh or tho Nasal Cavity-Chro- ma Cenillpatlen, Sour ana DleraMi, Catarrh of thn Car. Cye or Ulcornthol Throat. It la takon INTLRNALLV,and Blood Vhc Dr. ii'iuin'M I.lver (!urc. nets OIRCOTLV upon thaByatem.nnd It Mucous Qurf.icoa of tha Ii tha heat Blood Purifier In tho For Kheumatlsm, Neurilgla, Scralm, fltultcs and WCMLO, nnd la worth ALL that Is aft external apilcatten fur minor Swrlllngt charged for It, for THAT nlono. beast XXTTJ IImu Dr. (iitiinV I.liilmciit. ONLY IHTEKSAl CURE FOR CATARRH re-- 1 For Hies, Hrmorrbe4,ls, Ilsrnt, Plstula and all MAHiurraj luillir dlkanes, And wa offer Ona Hundrod Dollars tor any Onnonf Cnnrrh It will not Hum. Vn Dr. (siuin'H IMIc Oliidiicnt. WILL CLKi; ANY CABK. CU'I OfiW of A. T BTtwatiT For Freeh Cuts, tlurns, Ulcera aihl Oil Beret, I nicino, ill , June 4, lieu. i Acnevit C.U, ToJeila, (1. ISntrl F la lofurmln? roil ccnU. m. it I tali u Use Dr. Oiuiii'h lUllcr-Sirc- rt ct I lam viivm Italia caurrn IMnv. u hat Ointment. -t rn, I a rrry lnvl iuvI don t brllatc tu Use Dr. Giiiiii'm ('oiirIi Sir up. thk J n it IThu Dr.Giniii'xMoiiiiich ItltlcrM Aptlirr pruiwrl. F. y iBtltwuit-urcanycaano- r and I'bul Furiner, A Keilable Tonic. and also cures IlrtMepsls. Indlgrstlon, I Ivrr Complaint, ilalirlil Ivvert and all periodical Dlretsra. alanufactur d and fur tale by STA11 Hole nromlelor Montlrella. by m II will receive pioiupt altentlou W. K. 2JC. Mcaruy. Ja, Mn, XlUfi, wrtire Have had iM iianc lib Catarrh Cura cured atari bottle. It t ,,nidrr all worth $iaW a'.& Cta. r bottle. by I Drunrstaat Jl X)., v ttired and ui iby T J aiENEY A CO. .Tvirleturs, TOLLOO, OHIO. orders M-- tl j Tor tale In Slsnf ird by Fanny A McAlltter. wotiTir ntn a hotti.i:. .aumtrulr. J. II. WciTTttaroan. uunau uut V htr tt. L' Y l.fcJv" A remUnaffon of Fta-of iron, i'rrarian juirit ana In a jMiaiaou form. For JArMfily, tnmm of Arn tile, Frwtrat ton of flutl I'ovtro il e iruf tepenja-bttojtuU o. jfellow-passonge- rough-lookin- ng stem-wind- late. And thru that pencil passed from mount to mouiu tor a week, Jt was J sucked by pooplo of all ranks and. stations, and all degrees of cleanliness and uncleanunoss. But wo forbear. Surely noono'who reads this will ever again wet oencil. Louisville Commercial, fottr wi-n- - Thk crazo for nutiiuitiej pervade everything. Tho millionaire build theh houses in tho style of one ugo, decorati thcu iu tho style of another and fur 'tlillifiii in I In stvlo of u third. A fc.Trt.t Persian poet was very ioor, down the street without any ud t alioes on, crviug " no shoes, no shoes I and hu thought it was awful hard for tho first poet iu all Persia. " But what do you think I" exclMms our friend Talinage. "One day he saw a mau coino down tho stiuet, who had no foot I" There was tome bjlm in tho greater misfortune of tho other fellow, to bo sure. But not enough towurm tho poofs toes. Cold comfort, that sort, after all, S2J,04,SM 1 21 p IT ToUU'ilrti 'TSsam 8 OS p in Tho dairy exports of tho year aggregated No. ft. No. I. No. 8. Noam. will thus be soon that 818.802,407. It 6 30 a in Hunilogton our vast trade with foreign nations is Lf. Aibliu- J7 15 a iu Mt. btarllag... II Ma iu ft 10 a m chiefly tho work of tho farmers. Take Winchester .. 12 21 p m o 10 a ui from tho manufactured exports refined Arr. Lexington ... io p in 7 U) a in A youmi man Mho liven in Aui.hu, nnd potrolcum and spirits, and a few othei Lre. Lexington... 2 Hi o a 7 41 a m 813 PIU - 8 00 p ui IBID lUpu " I'arli. 4 t'i a in whoso mustache is liko faith, " tho evi- Items, nnd tho purely manufactured CethliDi... . 9Uil 4 15 p IU 10 19 a m ft 25 piu Klmouth. dence of things hoped fur, tho substance-oproducts exported are a mero bagatelle Arr. Cot Ington.. 6 15 p ui 11 SS a ui CsSpiu things not yet seen," called on his as compared with tho agricultural. It MAYhVILLE DIVISION and gave notice is the agricultural products that furnish No. VLf Lexlngtou pm. Arr. MaysTllleS lOpui prospective fathcr-in-luMsjullle t (M au. " Lexington 9 2Siu No. 10 that he intended marrying tho old gou tho vast mass of foreign exchango to No. 1 " HlTllllle 45am I'arli 8 20 am. UilnlongS3ju tlcman's daughter at an early date. " It pay for our euormou imports of every No. 12 Mayitlllelt44rni had better take place on Saturday, so that description. No. 0 rum dally, and hat day coachii from it will not interfere with your school-hoursto Winhltiittoii. I'ullotan Sleeoento Kana. .V Vl.lt KFlUUAif, wha Falls. W Va. and Kerllnlcg Chair Car to Lei. remarked the old sarcastically loitou. btei onlr at ttalloui on k. (.. It. U A satirical poet, who lived nearly" two where lime Is glren. No. 2 rum dally, except mau. Suodiy, haa through coaches to II un Ids tun. No, centuries back, and hud an evident spits 4 runi dally, except Sunday, has through roaches Tumi tho season 01 tuo year wnen against womankind, wrote an epigram Io Ml. bletllog and parlor ear to MlTltllle. No. 9 run. dill;, has eltgintdsy coach front Washing. of au almanac. His linoi too, tho mince pio comes to town, ami the citi- on tho Sleeper from Kauawna rails and natiur raja from Ltxlaa on to Cincinnati. Oulr zen comes down town after dinner dyran thus : Ihrce slope. Noa. I and 3 lun dally, eicept Bun. day, ana bare inrougn coacnee irom iiunuogwn ou.a it boukt uJ inn t! mdwi U, ing to pry a raisin seed uot of a hollow and ML merllng. Direct roouectlou at Lexington la xUom oftlaiM Uicjr grt trrU k ; mitten, and ho tooth with a buck-ski- n with atiujte for UlcutaonJ.Ky., Lawrcoreburf.Ky., liar ouubuiti an k'ot, than rt pr, and Versailles, Ky. stops in tho drug store ami orders anHot twrjr. A Utl uliiltcd, t lull C.L.UUOWN, O. W. BENDER, Ocu'l Fata. A Tit. Aft. Superintendent other box of those powders for U tliir wtn tock, I with Uiil 01 alti r Ueneral omen, Coilngtoo, Ky, 4n iluuuM-- ta cuing lu jir. Peek Sun, 1 11 Icry, revolver in baud, and, sure enough there was a mau down at the window, prying open the shutter with a long knife. After watching him for a moment, uudecidud what to do, knowing that it sho choio sho could kilt him, sho leaned over tho railing and called out, " Shall I shoot you, sir?" Tho attound-inquestion canned tho man te top work. Ho turned nnd lookul up at her but rnndo no pretense to run. Sho then fired at him and bo retreated to tho fence whero he insolently regarded her in tho moonlight The bratu litllo woman, not a whit discoursed, then determined to show him that iho could bcaro hiui if tho pleased, so, taking good aim, sho put a tiny bullet through the rim of his hat Iu loss time burglar than can 1m told tho would-b- e wan over tho funoe and out of sinht g Tliis is powerfully shown by statistics presented to tho National Ag ricultural Association at its convention in Now York. United States Commissioner Loring wis quoted to exhibit the magnitudu cf tho farming interest. He gives Statistician Wortliington's csti- mates of the acreage nud valuation ol tho com, wheat, rye, oats, barloy, buckwheat, hay, vottou aud tobacco crops for tho year, as follows: country. Number of 1M,T1U,VS1 It And decided! the Topular Route, affording, dure, leaa cbaogea and auperlor acrvinmodauoni to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, REV.A.I.U0BB3 Wrltoa: After n thorouffh trial of tho IRON TOM1U.1 taKB pleasure S in stating mat I nave Men sswa greatly txnented by tut S una. Mlnlatora and I'ub- Ho Speakers will find It of tho creates value whero a Tonlols noces-sarI recommend It as a reliable remedial airent. poaaeaalntr undoubted nutritive and restorative properties. Ivaleai,, As., CM.:, MI. iiDinrrc eassasmBBs HI llllll THC "IconaMarlt exoellant remeUr for tbedsbtlluted vital forces. w J moat a TOWNER, Industry, ILL, says: REV. J. T nxmis si nu dr. h arter medicine co r.j . mm ex., cr. una. The North, Northweal and Writ. Io fact, If jou contemplate a trip In any direction, jour luteml will be bretaerreJ 1T purchasing jour tlckele Tie K. C. and Cincinnati. 2 Tralna each wax 2; full man Palace are; Urgent New Dae Coaches, and bindaomelr furnished Kecllnlng Chair Can lorin the unequaled equipment of this Old Reliable, thereby making a trip oi er this Hue oue ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. 1 rjr II. TIME TABLE. IN EFKEOf DEC. 31. Sotrru. Lfe. CovingtonNo. 2. No. 4. 2 SO THE- - 1882. No.. NTERI0R JOURNAL ' Falmouth.. Ho then exhibits tho relativo importance " Cjntblana.. " I'arli ugriculturo as n contribution to out of Arr. Lexlpgton,. Lttt, Leilngiou axport trado, us follows: ToUl 8rfcultural eijiorU ValMofcroi fl,131,0Sl,83J - J.JI.SM.etl Arr. Winchester Ml. Sterling. " Alhland.. " Huntington... a a 1 SO a 12 IS p i ia p 2 21 p S 01 p IV SOU 40 60 au iu in iu ui hi 4 10 S 00 S 4J a U m 918pm ui lObspra 10 40 pm 11 20 .m 1 11 l 7 30 p ui 11 25 pin a 20 p iu 12 10 am 9 00 p iu 12 43 am D p m 800pu pm u llliu 1 X ," "" JaTJaaJ-sy- y -- fly-le- ST3I3A.lVi:- JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is Proparod to do all kinds of Printing in tho Best of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. indi-cestio- ir