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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 9, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883020901_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 9, 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. stmt' Heeit VOLUME 5tn.i-ffillwI.I- G itfefiof 9, 1883. , Shoulder-blad. , mifti&L NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER X.-- N UMBER 510. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 120. . M because ho has a big gray mustacho, A Comedf of Errors. Criticising a Critic. Forltyspstpsla, nnd wtara a diamond collar button in A ludicrous incident recently took OostlrenflM, Tho Bowling Green Democrat thus iHlck Headache1, his shirt. Shu said she thought ho placo In Liverpool. Thcro are two roughly and sovercly criticises a fcml Clironlo Iilar-rlxW. P. VI ALTON, . Editor and Proprietor was pretty stylish for n brothers who parted many years ago nino solicitor who was recently in that porter nt tho Jauoillcr, T. R. WALTOH, Impurity of the . Business Manager time. Thoy woko ui up lovernl times when boys, ono of them going to placo drumming up subscribers for Illoml, 1'eTerand . ... f iu tho night to tell us what to do in America to seek his fortuno and tho her Ague, Malaria, paper, J'ulitll,rif Tiirittivn anil frlilitw, cao wo wcro sick, and iu tho morn other remaining in Liverpool to mako pronounced nnd who, upon leaving, ami nil Diseases the Bowling Orccn girls caniffl hr lie ing, before wo were up, n waiter his. They havo both been eminently (tho homeliest in rangrment of Liver, llowels and Kidneys. .the State: UJ,a( IM3II ANNUM. brought up uur breakfast. Uo said successful in this respect, nnd not long "Our readers doubtless remember srMi-roM- S Ilrrnlh or a nisnARnn liver. llad of tho landlord sent it up, and ho just ago tho brother in America determin the old maid who was deaf aud ato rain It fell under I'ain In th bide, sometimes th aTns don't senl atsrnps lnpa-m.the muulceo for Kheumausm general loss of appetite Uowrlt sleep! lo mslschsni-- , and I hen of deloud around until wo had to sit up, ed to visit tho brother in England. onion, too, who generally coitlre, sometimes alternating with III) visited Bowlfng the head It (rouble with pain, it dull and heajr. nominations not ater hrc fnle. in lied and cat breakfast. I thought Tho timo of the visit was fettled by Green a few months with considerable lost of memory, accompanied ago, in tho interttmatinn of at tho titno that it was kind in tho correspondence nnd tho American set est of a little sheet from which wo clip with a painfulto harn been tearing aundone tomethinc which ought done, alight, dry emijb landlord to send up our breakfast, but tail. Tho Englishman is n notorious the above brilliant scintillation and and flutbed face it aometlmet an attendant, often TROUBLES OF A BRIDAL PARTT. mlitaken for coniumntlon. the patient complaint cf wearlnett and deliluy . nerrout, eatily turtledi when I found that tho waiter who wag, and arranged that an acquaint corruscation of wit. How she can feet cold or burning, tometlmet a prickly tentation "Say, what kind of n lintel do you of the tttin eiliti. tplritt art low and deipondent, brought it up was a traveling man for anco should meet tho American as his have tho temerity to refer to the sub and, although latlafied that ctercitt would be benekeep?" laid a green looking man, n.i ficial, yet one can' hardly tummon up fortitude to n reaper factory at Ituckford, and ro brother and conduct him to the hotel ject of "homeliness" wo can't divine. try It In fact, dittruiu erery remedy. Several lie itenpcd up' to the counter nnd rrg abore tymptomt attend disease, inembercd how darned impudent ho Tho American, who was also a great But wo thought nt the time thatshe had of the occurred when but few thethem but case hare iatcrod his nil me, and added "and of cslited, yel elimination after death has thown the Liter to looked at my wife, I could havo mur- wng, on the trip decided to play ex a monopoly in the business, 'homely' wife" after it. "Can a new married hare been eittnslvtly deranged. dered him, but tho clerk said bo- had nctly the an mo trick on his brother, for on that scoro wo decided, at first couple MHtloilown hero lor two or It alionld be rtactl by all persona, old anil nt joanf, nlicnryer any of tho abore thrco day and liavo n quiet viiit with gono to Winnipeg. It was just out asking an acquaintance whom ho had sight, that alio would bo awarded tho yinptom appear. as bad coming down hero on tho met on the ship, to personate him for cake, tho bakery, all tho flour on band, each other, and not bo icared out of TntTrllnr or Urtnr In sleeping car, aud I think half rtho a few hours. The acquaintance en and several future wheat crops. She Loeallllea, by taking a dote occasiontheir boots ?" ally to keep the IJrtr in healthy actien. will avoid hotel man said they could go passengers on tho car wcro thoto same tcrcd into tho spirit of tho joke, and is 32 years old, six feet high, and, all Malaria, Itlllnut attack. Dimness, The Drowsiness. Depression of Spirits, etc. It like a glass right to their room and nay thcro drummers that wero snowed in. It then tho vessel arrived nt Livcrool, from her form, we should judgo her will Invigoratebeverage. of wine, but la no was colder than Alaska, and I would was found by tho nersonator of the weight to be about ninety-fi- ve nnd thrco days or three wcfkn, and never If Tou have eaten anything Jxanl ot order extra blankets, ami they would English brother nnd driven to tho ho one-hpounds. Sho wears a drug fllgeatlmi, or feel heavy after meals, or sleep-lea- it coino to their meal if they didn't at night, take a dote and you will be relieved. I had moro than twenty tcl. Tho real American brother fol store compaction; watery, light gray want any thing to cat. "Hut what it steal them. Tlino and Doctors" 11IIU vslll be saved by alsray lteriilnr; tho Ilegulator tho matter? Have you been nnnoy blankets put on tho bed, and in tho lowed more leasurely, chuckling over eyes, bad teeth and a number of outer morning there was nothing but a his joke. In the meanwhile tho En garments that reminded ono of ante For, whatever In the Hoiuet od?" niki-- tho hotel man. the ailment may be, a thoroughly tare purcHtlvp, alterative and tonle can pig "Annoyed? That doescn't express sheet over.ui. And every timo there glisli brother had also gono to tho ho helium days. She is never be out of place. The remedy It harmleaa and uses an ear trumpet, but, and sloea not Interfere) with bualneti or it Wo were married day before yes was a blanket spread over us there tcl, bursting witli morriment over his con-to- ed pleasure. tcrday at St. Paul, and went to a ho was a different porter put it on,, and joko. It happened that the two real unfortunately, is not dumb. Sho came is rrmixv vEoirrAnr.R, And has all the power and efficacy cf Calomel or tcl. I lire a bun t nixly miles west of I think they were all traveling men. brothers met in the lobby of the hotel, to Bowling Greeu and received numQuinine, without any of the injunoua after effects. A Governor" Testimony. St. Paul, and the traveling inon put Every little while somebody would and, though thoy had been parted so berless courtesies from fheladies, some Simmons Liver Regulator hat been in use In ray make me tired. Tticro pull open the curtains aud sit down many years, they knew each other.. of whom personally assisted her in family for seme time, and I am satisfied It Is a up a job to valuable addition to the medical science. bojjin to pull off hi At first, with blank amazement, they taking subscriptions for her paper (sev J Gill SiioKTca, Governor of AU. were about a hundred of them mowed on my berth aud Ilnn. Alexander II. Stephens, or Ga., 1. Paul, and Pll bo darntd it boots, and I would tell him tho berth greeted each other; and then, as they eral copies of which, by the way, have says : Have derived tome benefit from the mt of in at Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a they didn't keep mo awako all night. was occupied, and that he must havo explained their mutual jokes, laughed tailed to come). She was here only further trial. "The only Thing that never fails to They knew we were a bridal couple, made a mistake, nnd ho would look long and heartily. But the climax about two days. She did not attend IteUeve.' I have used many remedies for DysLiver Affection and Debdity, but never and they bribed tho bell boya and por- around at us as innocent as could be, was yet to be reached. An cxplana church nor the theatre, and bow she pepsia,found anything to benefit me to the estent have Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Minters to let them act fur them, and and nk our pardon, and then go nut tion in regard to the gentlemen who so readily made up her little mind nesota to Ireorgia for it, and would send further for nnd damn tho porter. Onco I felt had personated them, and who were about 'our girls' is not accounted for, such a medicine, and would advise ail who are bell-bowhen no rung the bell for the affected to give it a trial at it seems the only a drummer fur a Chicago cigar iacto somebody fteling about my berth, and now, as they imagined, playing a big cava by the principal that 'To the thing that never fails to relieve. Minneapolis, Minn. P. II. Jakxit, I iho matter, and tho joke on each other, showed that they homely all things aro homely,' which Dr. T. iV. Mason aayat From actual exry came in and wanted to know what akiil what was use Simmons Liver Regulator in fellow said ho was looking for my also were brothers who had been sep- some poet ought to have said it be has perience in the haveofbeen my practice I was wanted. I ordered a pitcher of and am satisfied to use ani prescribe it at a purgative medieux, wile's shoes to black. Then about ev arated bi'uco boyhood, but did not not. She will need several regiments and a Milwaukee drummer '"Take only the Genuine, which always know each other when they met. The as a military protection should she for a grocery house brought it in, and ery utteen minutes the conductor Mapper the reil Z Trade-Mar- k would open the curtains and hold a first pair of brothers hurried up to dare to visit Bowling Green again." in nnt J. II. ZEILIJs' & CO. he looked at my wife, who is bahfu), ' nv ALL DRUCGISTS and made her feel real bad. I didn't red lantern in and aak for our tickets. their parlor aud after the situation Wild People of tue Idaho Backknow' they wcro drummers until the I think they punched my ticket sixty- had been explained all around, the woods. In the "backwoods" region i:;:, grand gomsikatiok. ie33, next day, or I should havo killed five limes. Any way it looked liko a comedy of errors was pleasantly ended of Idaho are many people, "born and porous plaster when I got up in the by an old fashioned English dinner. somo of them. I rung the bell for raiecd" in tbo wilds, who have never Semi-WeekInterior Journal A Motel who morning. I think it was tho traveliug coal, and a traveliug salesman seen either a railroad or a steamboat. men who were playing conductor, hut And the Louisville There recently died iu a towu near Since railroads have been penetrating posts railroad cards around and works up excursions, he came in nnd flxttl I was sleepy, and I thought tho best Lewiatou, Me., n woman named Lnti toward their fastnesses they have the fire, and be stayed and poked it way was to let them punch it Well, raer, who had a morbid appetite for heard such wonderful things about One year lor 83.00 two papers lor little mors. for hall nu hour, and he had more ulwut three o'clock in the morning paper. She literally devoured books, the locomotives jumping off the tracks man toe price oi one. somebody punched us and said it was uewipapers and all kinds of literature. gall than I ever see. He asked so By paying ut 13.50 you will receive for one year and killing people that it is bard to your borne paper wltb the l, the many question uboul bow long we time to get up, as all the passengers Sho would chew up n magazine with get a native near a train. In order to representative newspaper of the bouth, and the best, brightrttand ablest latnlly Weekly In the were up, uud we would have breakfast the same relish that an ordinary perhad been marriid that I wanted to a get tbem aboard a train it is necessary United states. Those who desire to examine at hus- son would mauifeit in can do so eating a sirloin to blindfold them, the same as mules aau pie copy ot the thump him, but my wife taid we in u'ftieu minutes. And then wo inisouce. didn't want to have uo row the tint tled around and got dreeted tho best steak. She was must fund of printed and horses are blinded when taken in Thoussndt of grave are annually robbed of their day we were married. I rung for u we could, laying on our backs and matter, tho ink teeming to add an ad- to dangerous places. Even when victims, lives prolonged, clothes up in tho air and ditional flavor to tho provender. She happlncasaod health re-chambermaid to cleau up tho room kicking our storm Dy use oi tne great cntching them on our elves when they would tear books from their bindings they are aboard a train it is necessary and bring somo tonels, uud it was to watch them closely to prevent them GERMAN INVIG0KAT0R I camo down. I got my pants on wrong and masticate the leaves, or if nothabout half an hour beforo she came, and jumping out ot tho windows when a Which positivelyby permanently cures lira no-- t ptiif-11(1 of any aud I weut down to tho office to see sido before, und lost every thing out ing was at baud moro delectable, she locomotive blows its whistle. diet, (caused txceeset disease Hod,) follow a Territhat 11'ralinm, and alllots of energy, of my pockets, aud my wife lost her fed upon common straw wrapping pasequence or ir Abuse, as about my trunk, and the chambertorial Enterprise memory, universal lassitude, pain In the back, dimness of vision, premature old age. and many maid stayed about half nu hour, uud hair, and had to tie a handkerchief lter, elicit, as the grocers' and butchers' other diseases that lead to consumption end a pre A good deacon and bis man were mature grave. was very interesting, aud my wife around her head, und then wo had our parcels aro wrapped up .iu. She is for circulars witn testimonials free by mall. The IXl'jaoitATOIt said alio was a real pleasant, affection-at- e berths made up aud sat up till day- said to have inherited the curious 'ap mowing one day. The deacon, fol Is sold at 1 per box, or six boxes lor 15, by all druggists, or will be sent free by mall, securely sort f a criaturo, far above her light, and tho porter found my wito's petite and to have begun to chow pa- lowed in tho rear, looked up to see his trtled, on receipt if price, by addressing V. J. CI1K.NET. hair and pinned it to tho curtains of a per simultaneously with tho cutting of man leaving his scythe and run. The 113 Adams ttreet, Toledo, Ohio. station, and I tell you I was mad Sole agent tor the United States. berth occupied by a preacher from her first teeth. She whs an intelli good deacon called out: "The wicked when I found uut that it was h haudsomo young Oshkoah, and ho kicked, und got mad, gent woman, and indulged in no other flee when no man pureueth; but tho smoothed faced, NAM M. IIUKMKTT, Jewish drummer tor a Milwaukee and talked about it, and wondered freaks. During the closing years of righteous are bold as a lion," and N EY AT clothing home, who was in with the bow it came there, and he sworo uboul her life her friends had to keep n con kept on mowing and soon came up to Mt. Vornon, Ky. OjIi stant guard over her to prevent her the man's scythe and turned and fled gang, und he gave the chambermaid it, aud I think he travels for nu Will practice bit profession In Rockcastle and old dress so he kosh carriage factory. Oh, I never from swallowing the contents of book also, and was accosted by bis man: adjoining countlea and In the Court of Appeals. (3 to loan him au evil, Special attention given to collections. could play chumberinaid. When my had snch a night, or two such nights, cases and despoiling the parlor table "A prudent man foreseeth the and hideth himself, but the simple wile told tue that the chambermaid iu all my life, and what I want to of its poetry aud art. Ttro gentlemen, one of them a legis-topass on aud are punished." And thus know is if I can bo quiet hero, aud putted her on the cheek, aud said she The person who asks .that the law did a hornet's nest recall to two men strolled carelessly past a saloon. was the awtetest bride that was over got a little sleep, and not be annoyed,' should release him from debt ought to this Sunday-schoo- l After they had passed twenty steps lesson of youth. lit a hotel, aud asked for a kiss, aud Tho hotel man told him if any body be compelled to show that he contract beyoud the saloon, the Icgielatoi stopmy wife said she thought it would bo came around to bother him to kuock ed the debt properly; that he did not Williamsburg, once the seat of the ped and said: them clear down stairs, aud he would uo barm to kiss a jieor chambermaid, inteud to cheat his creditors; that he learning, wealth, fashion and social "Let us go back and geta drink." nnd eucourage her, I wanted to Kill be responsible, and tho bridegroom has not wasted the proceeds of the position of Virginia", seems to be fast "I thought you promised your wife him, aud I weut dowu to the office took bis sacbel and his wife, aud the debt, and that bis inability to pay it is going to decay. The college has en- not to drink while you were in Aus colored man Bhowed thoin a room, and the next morning, but the smoothed not duo to his own fault. This should tirely gono down. Last year there tin?" faced cum had goue to Fargo. It was they havo not showed up since. It is "No, I didn't promise her that. I be required of him, in the first place, was only ono at ideut this year none. all tho landlord could d to hold me. confounded mean iu traveling men to because he is aking a peculiar favor The President has a splendid residence promised wheu I came to a saloon to Well, while ho were at supper smuo get uowod in and form a syndicate to from the law, an exemption from ob just outside of town, nnd the build I would pass by it, and I havo kept body got iulo the room and put crack havo fun. They will cause which tho law, in ordinary ings are quiet and lonely looking, and it like a tuau. I have passed the sa to bo disliked if they keep on. ligations seem to hido within their walls much loon, now let us go back aud get a er crumbs in our bed, and we found cooes, is bouud to enforce; and, in the -- PckV Sun. of wisdom, but this is all that U left drink; a reward for keeping my proma cold oil cloth floor mat over the top second place, because, if he has kept Exactly Ouu Sentiukuxu The a ot the onco proud seat of learning, ise." sheet, enough to freeze any body. Uut proper set of books, ho can establish West College. the worst was at night. Wo had just Sunday Argus says: Liuis Pitcher, his claim without difficulty. A little girl, Llli, was asked this N. Y. William aud Mary Point Star. got comfortably iu bed when there whom Borne people accuse of being a Times. problem: "Ten cents a day, how much was a kuock at the door, and I got crauk, has started u patent outside pa A littlo girl recently went to visit would that be a week?" Lilt reflected, Mary Anderson's repugnauco to up, and the watchman was there, and per, supposed to bo published simul her grandfather iu tho country. She counted her fiugers and replied: "That stagokissing is about to bo overcome ho said he wanted to point out to mo taueously at Atlanta, Ga , and at is fond of milk, but firmly refused to makes seventy cents." "Very well worker in gutta peicha the fire escape so I could get out iu Lexiugton, Ivy,, called L' Enfant, Mr An ingenious drink any while there, without giving done," said the grandfather, and he bus mude a pair of lip covers which cose of fire, aud I weut uut into the Pitcher will be remembered as the in nuy reason. Wheii sho returned, she gave her tho seventy cents. "Oh, dehall and he took mo way out to the dividual who followed II ro, Uarues the most rigid scrutiny cau not was asked: "You had nice milk there how sorry I am," said Lili, "that 1 while ut the samo timo they comend of the building to show it to me, around uud "preached" against him. tect, to drink, hadn't you?" "I guess I did not say ten times seven makes a and while I was looking out of the A hasty per unl of his piper incline pletely protect her two sweet lips from didn't drink any of that milk," she dollar." window my wife came running down us to tbo belief that the opinbu of contact with tho man who is playing iudiguantly replied. "Do you know All uur progress is an unfolding, the hall and beguiug mo to save her. "some people" is about correct, and if the lover. But, then, it is doubtful where grandpa got it ? I saw him like the vegetable bud. You have whether the gentleman will be able to I tuktd her what was tho matter und he isn't a crank bed bolter take in his squeeze it out of au old cow " fust au instinct, then an opinion, then the said us booii us I weut out a tuau sigh. IS Enfant wants the Anju to do that part of the business xith a liko expression on his countenMr. Tyler, the ex President's wid a knowledge, as tho plants has root, that looked like a porter, camo iu the exchange with it. Nut much. Life lover iustiuct to ance. Just think of au ludia rubber ow, is iu Washington. She enjoys bud and Iruit. Trust the room and told her to fly, aud ave is too short. Wo can't burden uur exkiss! distinction of being the ouly wo- the eud, though you can reuder uo the herself, uud to follow her busbuud. change list with all the dashed fools Emerson. It appears that the receipts of the man who ever eutered the White reason. Bhe felt awful when sho found theie tu the country. sa'loou keepers iu Chicago range from House as a brido. She has a young A pound of alum dissolved in three was no troublo, uud no got back; into Competioa is lively among the mer er Is said to bo au ?25.to SGO der day. At the minimum daughter, who was an infant at the gallons of our room half In zu. I have got them chants oi Manchester, N. II. One President's death, iu eOeclual and safe protection against fellows dowu lino. The fellow who advertises that be is marking three multiplied by 3.800, the number of timo of the ex " saloons, the drluk bill would foot up 1802. cabbage and currant worms, and death called me out to look at the ceut postaga atampsdowu to two cents, Kenneth Wagner, Louisville, Ky., to them wheu they make their appear$34,075,000 per annum. iu a drumuier for a Philadelphia mil in view of the nrobablo reductiou iu says his wife has beeu greatly bene- ance. liuery houe, and tho ouo that tcund .,,,,,,,, rates oy tue Government, John M. Astern, of Louisville, Ky., fitted by Brown's Iron Bitters, TliounnJi Lear vritnow to tho H)ltlte o.u . her wit travels ..r u iuj wito bo t,(,Ug,.fuy stipulate that says: "Brown's Iron Hitters is the curettre power of the Great German Moving for a new trial Courting a htur.e faciury ut Itochtsler, jN. Y. ,)aly a 8il)Ke ,Ump 8Uall be .old to best touio I ever tried, I cheerfully Bold b Btt sdrertlsemtnl. My wife say a the would kuuw him, one person. second wife. recommend it," Vtuoj & McAIIiter, Stanford, Ky. n Interior Journal M'ROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS AND .- PHARMACEUTISTS. nl Opera House Block, IJ3AT.,i:ilM DriigH, Clit'iiilcalH, I'hIiiim, OllHe 1 Vnll IIS-- -- Stanford, Ky., lVlncn, JtooliM, Paper. rSmtlniicry, NonpH. Liquor, , CIkhi-m- liHiupN, 1'urTiinicrj', Munlcnl IiiHiriuueiilM, I'oelis?! 'roliaccosi, CHllIcry, Miiclilno Fire Ariiix, Our Jpw clrj, llrcrwnro nnd ptlcnl (Jnnth Dennrtmrnt Is In Clinrge of Col. Tiiot. Itlciinrds, rtho vflll Kepalr Nntciira and Clocks l'romptlr nnd In Iho best style. cllcn. - e H. Stanford, A Splendid C. Stock RUPLEY, of Nau-te- Hi:itCJIAIST TAULOIt. - Kentucky, Goods, alf Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that ha baa recti vol Fall and Winter bow-legg- ed, Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. it jlsTID HABESS S-HCOZ- . .living bought out S. II. Bauglminn, we will keep on hand a nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We are also in ly " And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Sope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Y, Respectfully, A. T. WUK fffiv. THE COAL rr,R,A.l3E9 JEL,M a ly Book-Wor- H. C. Weekly Courier Journal Courier-Journa- St. Asaph Block, Stanford. STOCK IS AI.WAYS COMPLETE. ItcuibraccH Staple mid Fancy GroccrlcH, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, Bacon and J.artl, Tobacco ami Cluarw, Wood" en, Willow and Tinware, Glut and QucciiHwiire. Canned Goods ol all kind a Hiiccialfy. Iteuicuibcr the place, "The Corner Store." GROCER, BRIGHT ! Courier-Journ- ROBBED -- -" A. OWSLEY -- 1 & SON, Glass- DKAIiEHS IX- - 191-l- ATTOR LAW, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, AYoodon nnd r, Willowwarc, Stoves, Grates aud Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Barnes, Traces, Salt, Iduio, Cement, Field Soods, Plows and Call and see tho genuine Hamilton Plow . Farming-Implements. OPEBA HOXTSB BLOCK, them-Holvf- THE 1'OKTAIILE BOOKW ALTER XaNGUVJQ. IN ACTUAL USE. an KtllaMe Work. SOME 3,000 SAVE AND DURABLE I Iukct.tbtrotinoEuglaetbatriualsltfjr l'rl, SlniplH'y. DiiraUllljr u ' - W sVltlV jU4t 4ar s It la PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood sSinvN, Xalt'vntorH, Cotton Gins, Corn Mill-.- , Feed Mills, liny l'rc.s.si'N, Crcii in cries, XalltllCN, ll'C. Call at The Interior Journal OHIco autl hoc one ufthit UthlrHblo In operation. Itotucinbcr every I.iikIhu IlUHll Itt HUH OHI KHHl-Hlltve. rain-wat- fire-tscap- u Wessj to all purchasers that waguaraDlatour llookwalter Eogtnrs to in wsll auj uUtanljalljr uisJ- -i tsbasafo, alim!r. durablaaml coniplat In construction, la work well auj (Is lb full uwtr Vs tusk tb claiuiai "lieu uruiwrljr atuctiol and luaosfs I aboit guaraut, aud ssll uo lb following ceudltlous. sis will he lbs rurcUawrtba "Ml SUdsjs after Iba anbal of tba fcuglus to (1st It a Ulr and sallsfactoiy trial, Iu is.a lb tDiluo falls to cum up to our Kuarautt. w wilt last lack tba Engine, rrluod cstrr dollsr reed's! on tbe Engine, provided in purcbawr reiurna lb Luflueto bis nearea' railroad stallou, and Irasea It subjvet toourordsr b; IbecluM olsald SU Uajrs' trial. ivnsjaijr no uiancouia a k tora mora unerai oner ana cooiraj I. Power Euuln and Holier ......I110 00 fsu 00' rower fcoilue and luifer.. ejl-- II . . SU 00 Power nilu and Holler . .... .. tW W orse rower rugm ana uuiier Deltverad on care at bltrlnaaeld. Oblo. 'or fuitber Information and descrlptlrt pamphlet, address the manufacturers, 93 tf JANES laKFFlJL. A CO., NnrlaiKlleltl, Okltt. sM-l- li LOOK AT OUR PRICES: j,,,,,, .... A Boston paper prints a cut of the STANPOBD, Friday Morning, WtP. WALTON, - charges that Langtry. Tho features of tho lady, old fraud, Gen. Nuckols, with gross indeed, instead of boing identical with mismanagement of the military dethoso seen on other government coins, partment of tho Stato and of tho very rcjcmblo thoso of tho English actress, rcmarkablo document issued by that The train for Itlchmond, Tuesday evethe designer having probably been nu-dOur opinion of Alexander H. ning wai about an hour behind time. aspiring young up start, Jim Black tho influence of the Langtry craze The branches and creeks were up to diso Stephens is that ho has a burn, Jr., Asst. A. Q., in regard to at tho time ho executed tho work. r mark Wednesday morning. "Tho office of Col. Castletnan, says: play head on a three line solid nonpaA parly of United Stales ofTiclals left On tho obverso sido aro tho words Kansas Cily Journal. reil body. Assistant Adjutant General is un Thursday for a raid on the Illicit distillers "United States ot America,'' and "E known to tho military law of this In Breathitt, Jackson and other mountain NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Pluribus Unura" encircling a wreath, Stato and any one would be fully jus counties. The parly Is headed by Mr. It, Lexington has seftn bsntcii with in in tho middle of which is a largo V. A. Burnslde.of this place. tiGed in disobeying any order so coun srcRlc capital of $1,750,000. Bud White, a colored boy, about 16 of Tho irreverent motto. "In God We tersigned. It is thcrcforo tho duty by the floods In Ohio The damage Trust," which appears on tho present years old was tried Tuesday nnd sentenced General to seo that his tho Adjutant amounts lo million nf dollar. nickel, is very properly omitted. Posto years confinement In the official functions, aro not upsurped by It coats the State $76,000 a yer to ran ry two breaking Into the dwelling-hous-penitentia- of for sibly it occurred to tho designer that the lunatic asylum at Lexington. 8omo clerk whoso ambition is only zeal Mr. Nathan Thompson. White Is the on for tho money is ono proof that i.- An Earthquake tint was felt from Ilequalled by his Incapacity Nothing ly one that has been convicted at this term in God we don't trust. linois to New York occurred Monday calculated to demoralof the Court. soldiers and two Four hundred could be better night. The Grand Jury failed to find an Ins of cannon aro now at Gray Jucon Jos. H. Lew'is, of tho Court ize the troops than such an address, The Blate of Tennessee has sued Mer- nnd nothing will servo so to sink the of Appeals, has gone to Eureka Bon to see that the worthless lives of chant' National bank for $57,000 of Polk's dictment against Owen Eait for the killing of Wm. Caty. On motion ot the Attorney organization in public esteem. If the Springs for the benefit of his health. Neal and Craft are not sacrificed by deficit. for the Commonwealth, East was required Fire thoiiianJ person were rendered to stand on hia bond and hi esse re sub Governor desires to restore to the How long is this thing of electing in- a mob. Tho wholo thing is the result Kentucky Stato Guard tho respect valids to the bench of the higher courts of Blackburn's infernal pardoning pol- houitle, for the time, by the flood at mitted to the Grand Jury at the next term Columbus, Ohio. ot the Court. and confidence of tho public, this silly going to continue? Judge Cofer was icy. Thcro would bo no mobs if there It cols the people of the United Slatea he wero any assurance whatever that the Bryanttrillt. stuff wjll be repudiated. If it is not at Hot Spriogs for months before f nine and cent a head to bare Harry A ford, the young wan who was a forgery, if it was issued with the up died; Judge Hines also spent a good verdicts of tho courts would bo carried their census taken. long ago, had two proval of the Adjutant General, who part of last year at tho samo resort out, and criminals forced to undergo The Hoiie Committee on Coinage ban accidentally shot not fingers of his left hand amputated and is lacked tho manliness to put his name and now Judge Lewis, Judge Cofer's tho punishment pronounced against adopted resolutions adrerso to the discon- doing finely. Will Robinson Is going to it, then the Adjutant General successor, is seeking health at Eureka them. But with a so called humani tinuance of diver coinage. alow with the mumps. Henderson's population la about 7,000 should bo suspended. It is a gross Springs, Ark. This kind of business tarian to undo at will what the judges and there are thirty-firJno. R. Taylor has returned Irom drinking saloons Texas where he has been for some weeks breach of good manners, to say noth- is what put the docket so far behind and juries do, tho peoplo aro not alto one for every 200 inhabitant. on business. Miss Florence Hudson who ing whatever of it from a military that tho Superior Court had to be cre- gelhor to blame for taking matters ocThe New Jersey Senate pawed, by 11 has been attending school in Harrodaburg, to 10, a bill to prohibit the manufacture or standpoint. It is intended to stir up ated. Let tho people quit electing in- casionally in their own hands. is at home. Miss Mollie Harmon is visitintoxicating liquor. and superanuated men and tale of any Btrile. It is lawless in its purport and valids A correspondent of tho Apostolic ing friends In Brrantsvllle. Eltle Adams The New York bird eater has won purpose. It makes a farco of the choose young, vigorous officers who Times has interviewed Judge Owsley went to Danville last Monday to enter hia $500 bet that he could tat two nuaila school there. whole military movement, which may can faithfully and 'satisfactorily per- and fiuds that he is a member of the a day for thirty days, by a liberal use of end in a tragedy. To send a lot form the duties of the offices to which Christian Church, thatho will, if elect- pepsin. US CAST Kit ADTl.KTISKIr.MS. South Kentuckian. of soldiers off to suppress a mob with they areelected. The eldest daughter of Hen. James Q o ed, veto no bill of a temperance is all Hines is now in Florida and Hargis such an address in billingsgate and that ho favors the submission Blaine, Miss Alice-- vaa married Tuesday, II. O. KAUFFMAN, at Washington, to Col. J. J. Coppengen, of folly. If this is tho spirit which is to in the mountains, perhaps. of the question of prohibition to the the Army. ATTOIINEV At XjA-W- , LANCASTER, KY. find expression in "official orders, tho The Legislators is tho same- - every voto of tho people. The correspondLt. Gov. Hamilton waa inaugurated Muter Court. Will military organizations had better bo where afraid of the dog owners, be- ent, who is Eld. J. W. Lowber, fur-e- r Governor of Illinois Tuesday, to succeed practiceCommissioner Oarranl ' Ircuttsoil adjoining lo sll lbs Courts of Oarrard counttN and In the Court of Apprala. disbanded, and when the Governor cause they out number the sheep ownpays the Judge a high compliment Governor Cullum, elected to the Senate. wants assistance let him call out tho ers henco the action of the North as a jurist and a gentleman, in answer The Governor is an Ohio man. MANUFACTURERS' A sister of Chief Engineer Rouscart n, mob, for an ordersuchas this degrades Carolina Legislature: A bill levying to innumerable letters from persons of the Cincinnati Southern, becoming tired fiat KD MASIXC tho militia to a position almost on a $2 per head on the canines gave rise asking about tho next Governor. of the vanities and frivoltlea of ths world, level with tho regulators of Eastern to a long and animated discussion in There are now 115,000 miles of took the Hack veil at Wnshlngton, Tun-da- INSURANCE COMPANY, Kentucky.' It is so seldom that the tho Senate of that State. A motion Or IlosTOa, Jlaas. railroad in the United States, which C--J It will take $1,500,000 annually to pay sees anything wrong in tho offi was finally made to reduce the tax to have cost, with equipments, moro Capital, SW0.'O0; surplus, tUS, SI; total stthe Mexican Veterans a pension. There are atu. II.OM.C?) SI. cials at Frankfort that wo publish this fifty cents, when the question was dis than 85,000,000,000. In 1882 1,000,-00- 0 11 000 of them and the bill givea them $8 11 in KU1IT. HIX.NAIHn.AKt., Lancaster. to show that it can sometimes take a posed of by layinc the bill on the ta persons were employed in opera a month each. It will hardly paaa at this hand. ble. Of course sheep culture lan- ting and in constructing theso roads, session of Congress. For Sale! Gov Blackburn gave a big sneexe last A Texas The Louisville Pod demands that guishes in the old North State. Stand this number being almost equal to a every aspirant for Legislative honors ing shoulder to shoulder, .Kentucky seventh part of the male and adult night at the Opera House, and the audi I will sell or exchange my Farm In Texas for Lexington Transcript should promise and bind himself to se- and North Carolina will battle for the population of the United States. Du ence applauded. In Oarrard, Madison, Lincoln or Poyleroun-tin- . Well that's the only thing he has done Until This firm la situated In Tarrant county. repeal of the unconstitutional extermination of the sheep nuisance. cure the Tuns, about 12 or 14 tulles South of the city of ring the same year the roads paid out lately worthy of applause. Fort Worth and about tame diatancw North of tax that is levied for the benefit of the The Docket of the Circuit Court at the City 01 Cleburne, In Johnson county. Contains We were pretty sure that when 8450,000,000 for wages and material. Grayson, Carter county, contains IMJequi SilO Atrem ol One land, all nnder fence., 'lib a Agricultural and Mechanic-a- l good lam upon tt and good water on place It li forming land and I The Louisville Commercial says that ty cases, 125 ordinary cases, and about COO (rsif-t-awtll The tax is Gen. Grant settled down in a WashCollege of Lexington. I'tcated for ratting cattle, being onnirrlnllv a high plateau between on the people, ington hotel this winter, that ho was "Gen." Nuckols should be at tbefront Commonwealth's prosecutions, not includ- about onetwo neeer falling ilrearai f water, lt li indeed an imposition mil East of the aurrc red rout of the Fort Worth A KloUrande IC II, which will to for the Constitution sets apart certain there for a purpose and that purpose in Grayson, with the band playing, ing the noted cue nf Neal and Craft, completed In a ibort time, and also about 3 lullei Mr McKinley said in the House that West ot the (1 C. A Ninta Fee II It. now In operapurposes, is now apparent. He has succeeded "Tho girl I left behind me." Speakfunds for common-scho- ol Ualeeston. from Ft Worth Thlifarmliln in getting the Military Corimitteo to ing of Mrs. Owens, the "Gen." can he could give the name of many Democrats tiongnat cotton aud to wheal railing section of North-ethe and declares that "the intertest and who had expressed a determination to kill lexai and very desirable for any one wanting dividends of said funds together with recommend that ho be placed on the give her another job of making uni- any tanU bill this season. .Mckenzie, o1 to farm or raise cattle. Alto have on the places PHARMACISTS small uuocn ot buoh iiorn iicurra wttn call ana any sum which may bo produced for retired list of tho army, with tho pay forms at double price, when the sol Kentucky, got up nnd defied him to give one fine Short Horn Bull, 3 yean old thtaHprlnr. alio farming Implements, lint i will trade with ruciLtu ix- tne place. MH. IleKKt: IllI.X'AM. that purpose by taxation or otherwise, of General and ho will now proceed to diers get back. They will need clothes a single name. Lancaster, Kj Jin. II, IMS lobby tho preposterous bill through after this muddy spell, A man calling himself Rev. Cary Drugs. Books, Stationery may be appropriated in aid of common "v w iri rru yul Congress. and Panoy Articles. It strikes us that ho has "We do not know why Brigadier Warren, who has been traveling about the schools; but for no other purporee." r.,V State representing himself as ruined by riijir'lans' prrtrilptloBi accurately compounded. been honored and paid amply and j. &jp Aloi James "W. Blackbukj, Jr., is fully for every service he has ever ren General William Erastus Hughes, the the Kansas famines and grasshoppers and KriTiTsTi iniT- - ' rather a "ficcty" youth; for as Assist- dered this country, without this huge stud buzzard and dirty villian who soliciting aid, has jnat been shown up at fraud. docs the lying for the Southern Frog Elizabethtown as a ant Adjutant General, he has issued a and undeserved gift. It Is understood that the President rest, was turned out of his position as Guard in paper addressed to tho State Lnrgest Stock of Watches, The tariff tinkering in Congress revenue collector. They are, howev- will call an extra issession of the Senate if a which he speaks of Ma". Jno. B. Clorko, Jewelry A Mltrernnro presiding officer not elected br the Sen as "a stranger to the first duty was laid aside Tuesday to cive. the er, generally turned out for Btealing," ate br March 4, when Senator David DaK?rr brought tntkli market I'llm Lower than Watchee, Ctorki and Jewelry lie. Ihelsiwrit. of a decent soldier, viz: to obey orders members a chance to extol the many is the way tho Muhlenberg Echo vis' term expires. This Is necessary, so paired on ihort notice sud Warranted. as to prevent a gap in the Presidential suc being alleged virtues of Upthegraff and prints it. and keep his insolent tongue, conclusive evidence that he can scarce Hawk, whom death relieved of their The Cincinnati Enquirer savs that cession. wealthy A young Baltlmorean, who ly discbarge even the simple duties of seats in tho body. Judging from the Blackburn and Carlisle seem to have fell in love with a pretty brunette, keeper ' Maj. Uastleman eulogies passed upon them, they were como to an understanding in regard a petty milksop. of a store and married her Consisting of ata great deal better than those they to the Speakership, and have with- against the wishes of hi parents, is now would do well to lay the youngster left behind, but it always happens drawn the case from tho public. This suing for a divorce because he lias found across his lap. that tho good die young. is a manifestation of great wisdom on incontestible proof that she has negro blood CttliToriiln Apricot, A vealtiiy New York bachelor i paper at Russellvillo says that it the part of these gentlemen, and in her veins. harvest on the Green GHge 11 units A banker has lust bad a iujement for The Ice Hudson river of them is fit to bo Nlur ToniulocH, waa completed Tuesday. The crop Is the 81,740 entered against him for his charged that Judge Owsley is candi shows that either largest ever gathered on the Hudson river, wash-bil- l mado in the last thirteen date tor Governor in the interest of Speaker. BPlwiii '" -Yarmouth Corn, Wo can The Atlanta Constitution declares and its quality has never been equalled. claims to have paid the "the Blackburn dynasty." years. Ho KeiiHell'H 1'cacliCH, as fol- There are three pillion tons of beautiful most of it, but he kept no receipts and deny this in toto. He is a candidate in favor of the carpet-bagg- er ice under roof now, along the banks of the could not prove it. His best way out solely in his own interest aud that of lows: There is little difference-- be- Hudson river. Pino Applet, of tho recon of the trouble would be to marry the his people, who would repudiate him tween the carpet-bagg- er The attempt of the republicans to fire Hiring Hchiih, rate Bhe would at once if there was the slightest rea- struction period and democratic State the Legislative, Judicial and Executive woman, for at that officials who speculate in cotton. Tho Appropriation Bills through the House unmake a capital partner in the bro- son to believe tho Itussellvillo story. Oyster, Ac. in ornamentation, is little difference thero is is in favor of der a suspension of the rules waa a flat kerage business. Col. A. M. Swope is not among failure. It excited warm debate, but the unequalled. carpet-bagge- rs. TnnrtE were not enough offices to the innocent republican Iambs who are the democrats held their own and defeated the OF accommodate the large and growing willing to be slaughtered in the guber plans, The case of Henry White for steal deep-laiAlio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars TDEI3E5 TSLTTSTGc A fellow giving the name of Dr. G. W, Blackburn family, so one was created natorial race, for he writes to a Mays-vill- e inga box of bonds from the Lexington and Coffees in abundance, and Godfrey and pretending to be a physician especially and without warrant of law paper to say that ho "cannot in Bank of which ho was Prices extremely Low, at the Blackburn, whose man- any sense be a candidate for tho repub- has been again continued, aud so it and missionary, enticed a woman away for young Jim from her home at Mt. Ciriuel and kept her toward a superior officer indicate lican nomination for Governor, and will be to the end. The law's delay is confined in his apartments at Kising Sun, ners on a fourth-rat- e that he does not desire his uame to be all that can keep him out of the peni- Ind., claiming that she was his wife and in- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," that working as deck-hanwould bo better fitted considered in that connection." tentiary, if proof is worth anything in sane, until she was rescued by the sheriff, LANCASTER, KY. who acjldently learned the facts. a trial. to his acquirements. The abolition of capital punishJohn C. Parker was on trial at St. The impression has prevailed for Louis for murder. His One of the soundest and best demo- ment in Maine, has increased tho wife, a GEO.D.BURDETT&CO., cratic publications of tho day is the number of convicts serving life sen- some time that the greenbackers had pretty woman, sat beside him. Parker rroprletois American llegUler, a sixteen page pa- tences from 0 per cent, of the whole wisely concluded to abandon their fu drew a pistol from his pocket and fired a per printed at Washington and we number in 187G to 25 per cent, in tilo attempt to establish a separato bullet Into her brain, killing tier instantly, Farmers aud I'lowuru, llitui Oilur (.killed Mrlal win nut currojfj Ihe heatlut luit will rrraoie Be then deliberately shot himself and fell away with liatlnj lew minutes. ThsOllfsr lialf.trr Draft would advise any ono who wishes to 1882. It will be Been therefore, that party, hut tho uews from Washington Stanford Female College. In a presiuro found Iu ilrilglit lanJ.llo l'luwi, I'low,Oilier uaisloping tandildo, which doci uuuulactu-e- r hundreds of Imllalois; uu rh dead beside her. The circumstances sur th. know what pure and undefiled democ- it is well to keep a fear ot banging is that they are straggling in oue by rounding the tragedy prove unparalleled In tbe hlilury of I'lowi. Your ThoUlitor lias a record wl'l Imitate an Infcrlcr l'iow that the dou one in answer to a call for a conferneighbors will UU you to 111' Y Till'. OUVIilt, and take no other. STANFORD. II Y. racy is, to Bend for a copy. It is is- before those who would commit ble murder was planned by the wife. ence. sued weekly at 82 per annum, or ten With a Full Corps of Teachers, Senator Ferry is in bad luck this "WtUTiii tho world induces Mrs. X copies forjIlO. Mrs. Lakqtry is exhibiting her He has nut been able to secure to wear uo many imff and flounce?" Thli InitltuUon will open lis Thirteenth Station on th. 2d Monday In tfepteutwr neat. Tiieue are a good many editors who pretty lace and bad acting in Louis- year. 1Q83 bis re election and to clap the climax mud a lady at a ball, an tho iicrsou ro ! of- ville this week and Freddie is there ought to be killed, but they don't he and his brother have failed iu the ferred to swept iuat, a billowy visiou ol ALL TUE BRANCHES OF A New Goods and New Prices Ilarlng concluded to rrmoTo to Texsi, I ofler for tho world of their presence by playing the part of her poodle as usual. ten rid "Why," waa the reidy, seed business at Grand Haven, Mich., uiiuincry. sale my their own hands. A. G. Thompson, Since his St. Loui; trouble, Freddio "aho has indulged so much in fashion-alil- THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE for 8750,000; assets not over 830.000. Hoiihc, ItoMilcuro iV ItiiNlui-Hnewspaper reporter al dissipation that the has tho 4 deliriof the Sea Inland News, of South Car- dislikes the Ar. taufht, u wall u town of Crab (Vublnedlnone, lluated In PUKACUKUNYIIjIJ:, KY. chard, Ky , on Lancaster itreetthe the building Or-It U. E Bowman has um trimming.' " . Commissioner olina, is an honorablo exception, how most as bad as Blackburn. MUBIO, TUB IiANaUAOEH. DHA.W. two and blah, 0W) fret and conINO AND PAINTINO. his Agricultural Hotain! In all light rooms 'Ihe itorcruoiu Is 20it0, ever, for he hanged himself this woek. preseut tariff on dolls is 35 per sent us a copy of The I with to announce to the trade tuat I wilt aril with tounleriand itelrlug nlcelyand properly FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. goodiaalowasllielow.it Call and vuiulue my wllh all Ihe outbuilding! uecrsMry to conport for 1882. It is a handsome book, AccoiiDiNa to Prof. Wiegins, the cent, ad valorem, which produces an sunk and be wurlun-d- as 1 know you are all lire! venience and Ihe tail.ol tbe most fsiildtoui, and an abundance of pure water for drinking and ol b'gti priced and shoddy goi4i. but iu contents hardly justify the out UecsuM your house, or your goods, or your lire Canadiau who is making a little brief annual revenue of 8270,731. The houiehold puipo.H.twautlful lhad. aud fruit Irree slock, or jour other properly hare not becu burnt In Tuition, prices rang, from IM to tso In th adorning aud Umutlfylng Ihe entire pieiulies, all or Injur ed br Brt or UshtDloi, li no guaranty mat regular Departments. Primary, tU; Intermediate COMB ONE, COME ALL! notoriety by pretending to foretell the Commission wants the duty raised to lay for it. In a good and healthy coudltlon Any one desirIhcycmsor U. Dou't you think, ttieo, tuat it HU; frtparstojy, IW, and Cullrglale, 160, ing a cheep yet valuable residence, among a defIn The democrats refused to allow the would lj ornrudent in aeture lndeiunltr you this weather, a storm will sweep over 60 per cent., bo that none but rich Corns up, roll up, tumble up I don t cae luw er and proivroui people would do well lo rail such loss damage should occur t I oDr come up, so ivu biluj tbe mousy up aud esauiiueihe piciuixe Uluie purchasing Board. Ac., address jou For Iuany the country to day such as was never children can afford tho luxury of own republicans to make two States of Dako at Ihe loweit rates obtainable laKjavain anil awtll tna - MKM.full particulars, as to Very rnpeclfully, 1 eraia reasonable. tt, M 1IOMAMH. - nu flttnaian M. V. TKIIKIIKAKT. f iaiLei.uni Frlaiclpal, JI7 lm f JOHN V. NTKOUE. Lincoln Co., Jty, etaunrd, I take your choice. ta solely for political purposes. fag one, we suppose. JHO.M. l'UlLIlM, known. Tin: Courier Journal now fivo cent nickel piece. Ladies who havo boon ridiculed for wearing KTT. their forelocks in tho banged fashion, Fobrnary 0, 1883 will be.pleased to learn that the goddess of liberty has adopted this style. EDITOR In tho cut sho is seen with a bang nnd a coil at tho back oi the head similar to that worn by Mrs. er Tub "astronomers aro already mat king preparations for the observation of tho total eclipse of the gun which occurs on tho Oih of Slay. Tho totality will last nearly six minutes, an unusually longtime, aud on that ac count tho eclipso is regarded as a very important ono. Unfortunatoly, tho total phaso can bo observed only from two littlo islands in tho South Pacific Ocean. An expedition is to bo sent from this country to ono of these isl amis, and French and British nstron omcrs will also go there. Tho princi pal objects are to obtain further knowlcdgo of tho strango surround ings of tho sun, which aro ordinarily hidden in tho overpowering blazo of his central globo, and to search for tho planets which aro supposed to exist tat ween Mercury and the sun. Better knowledge- - of tho nature of the corona of tho sun may eventually throw much light upon thcaun's infltt-enc- o on terrestrial weather. Tun first day's occupancy of tho town of Grayson by ike Stato troops was ioottlentlci Bave that a Sergeant DEPARTMENT. who claimed that ho was "drunk on ItOUT. It. V13H1 XMltnr. quinine," shot his horso's ear off, and LANCASTER. when tho town authorities wanted to The cold weather has stopped work on deal with him for creating a disturbthe Bank building again. ance, Col. Allen refuted to surrender The Mnslcsle meets to night (Friday), him, saying that ho could manago his with Miss Marion Wolford. own men. At first it was thought that The Assembly Club will give a hop at Inst. a conflict would entuc,but tho authori- the Mason House on thel-iiThe Grard Jury was discharged Tuesties yielded the point and tho Sergeant day. They found 41 Indictments was put in tho guard house Garrard County ED1ST0N -- j&JJSXT' OWSLEY six-lin- high-wate- I Successors to Chenault, Severance & Co., iimi.i:hs e car-load- DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, one-hal- 1 e CLOTHING, na-tur- , BOOTS, SHOES, CARPETS, 1 Farm WALLPAPER, TRUNKS, &C. fr eii&M!AIista SSFrS&I'.V-- ji m . c HJ-'.'- &$& WMS if first-cla- JUST RECEIVED! ij n One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, e your special tention to the I desire to call JJW.?J?SjrflMPPwaSfc valPi which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste d book-keepe- d tow-boa- pale-face- W. H. HIGGINS. FOR SALE o TERMS MODERATE. , Snt-.uu- .lie-he- re m Vi-l- m ll 5 Friday Mornlnff, - February 0, 1883 LOCAL NOTICES. MoAlister. New stuck of Jewelry mid Silverware it Penny A McAIMcrY Valentinm Sentimental and comic, at ll rlira lit Penny A MrAIIsler' WATCH!, Clocks ami Jewelry repftlreil ami warranted by lVnny A MeAllater. UrUUTirtll. Hentlin-nlVale ntlnea (rnm 2"i cent lu f2 t Mr Hubert A Htagg . Lakhe stuck of Winilow diss, all 'let. Double thick xl for flower its l'rnnr A McAlisler. A al IluY I'AtKrtof lVnny PERSONAL J. -I- V IlAVDtN III III IjOtllsrllle. Mr. Lcwi relative litre. Hoiti.L (JrUM, ha f been TNIling LOOK H. lUwir.Y Mil hire gone to.LexIngton. Mim KuoriNiA Dunn la t lulling hr aupt, Mm. Dr. C. I'nwler. Mn. John MirrcALre, of 'ieliolss title, wa here yesterday. ScNATon J. II. llnuae went down tn , see Mri. Lsngtry ind Freddie. Mim L'i.i.a Kino left yesterday to ! It Iter slter, Mm Leila l.jnani, In Loul Tllle. .Mm J. 8 Munniv I Tailing her daughter, Mr. F. J. Cmibll at Kockrai-li- e 'noK. J. V. lmr, li In tow 11. Mn. AN1 (iirtn Esther IlAxnumi KnniNai J'Ht recelred, at AWS&lfdr'tfcotinlv farmer ha been H. I.ylleV feeding hi hog on tohiroo tem,wlilch he John II Wrrni waa commlmlAced i. M. think ha prevented them from luting cholera, at MllclielliMr, Titenlay. At Pari cm Monday about 200 raltlo A new baby baa been at Mr. Chle wtro on aale, tha heal bringing $- lo $5 10 Mt .Soflnamnre'ii fnr rerrral ihy. per cwt. Mule In1 Rfod demand at $0 to DlCKFiwoN'rt lUimW Oittnly Ilratillan $200 per head. Iforaea from $30 to $160 At a aale of Imported Jerrey cattle In fiweet I'olatneaat A Owalcy A Hon. 1'hlladelphla, cow and 27 calve were StNlAlM and 0fle lower than eeer. We aold for which $39,o!Jl wrrn rralited. The Inelte ywi to examine gowla and prlcea, cow avetnged nearly $110 per head, and II. C. Ilrlght the calve n Utile more than $20(1 apiece, -- Mr. Jo. C. Phlllim bought of Mr DenF F DonntTT, br rruet, wllldelireran rdiioatinnal addreM attheChrtatlan chtirrh nett Clnyd, nf Lincoln county, 21 held year ting mare mule at $123 per head. A may Oral Orehard, to night. be Inferred from the price paid, theaemule Canned Uood. -- We have them, oter are extra fine and they are aiid lo average two hundred carea Iniight before the 16 tin ml high. Mr Phillip alao bought We are Felling at imall margin by of Mr William Cloyd 14 mule coll at $76 deifn or Wfe II. C Bright. I.tbtaon Standard. per head The Cincinnati oatlle market I a fol TllR "Duplex Crown" ia the moat wonderful Sewing Maohlne errr Inrented. Can Iowa: Common, 2) to 3 cenla; fair to mo ; good lo extra butcher, 1J be changed Instantly to make either chain ilium, .1) ur lock Mitch. Juatoiit. See themntllrure, t fj; n in on lo cl olec aliippera, 4 J to O, atickera and feedrra, i to Q, Hoiare Warren A 0...V higher but eaay at 7 to 7J forhcivy butch The train that went dewn yesterday er and packera; fair, 0 In 7j common, 6J nt 7 20 r. M without any LouiaTllle Sheep arc in only flr demand at In (i paaaengera or mall. The raging Itolllng Iamb 3 too); atock aheep 2 to 3 Fork could not becroaard, conaequcntly no meet fair rule at 4 to u tranafer waa made. ICot.t 7-to-lj111 Hprlngs. f I'lnKEn anii wire, .arrived lmt night on tlsll 1) , otfT, M. IV nnlngton. F Mim KtiTir. HifKjiK and Kate Shlrel Ino charming Toting ladle from 0, 0 , arr trlaltlng, MiM I,onan Jame. Thomas Mltcai.fi: I now trarellni: In the mountain In Iht Interest of the Urge wholesale and retail grocer etab liahmcnl ol II C. Ilriitiit, and to any whom tttW linen mas come we will say that a nicer young man tonleal with or' a more liberal house la hard to find. Mk John Dinwiddie. wife and family left S'edneday for their home beyond Uuatonellle. During the year that they 'remained at the fit Asaph they made mi ny friend' who regret losee them lease The young folks racilly will mix the Hrely and agreeshte lsdie of the family. , of Bonier.el, to the family ' ' The local ma ttersT Hlnk has closed Indefinitely. New CAitrrra at Koli. 8. I.ytles's Cloveii and Timothy seed at A. Owsley h Son's. Okanuw, Umanif, Apples, Just received by II C Hright. 4 I 1 Mn OrraLEY Evans, of Danville, smile OTtr the adfent nf hi Ural eon. JtlDlLr.ESlNOEnit at ()eia IIitie night. AdmlMlt.li 'J5, 35 and W cent. to- Foil SAI.K. -- Three) Will sell ry cheap 82. tV. Craig. hndme residence. Stanford, Dec. 2. No mall yelerdy owing In the high water at Ilolling Fnrk A daily exe l when 11 never fully fail to ceme. aiirreill p'eri f Wr. AltK obliged to the gentlemen Crab Oiobard fur their kind uggniion aiid will aet on it at once. It It Hopklna, at Himeraet, waa damaged to the amount of $W0 uy Hre a few nlghta ago The dwei.lino uf Dr. A CALLED trrm of the Circuit Cuiirt will Ik held here on the 17th fur the trial and preparation uf all wputr ciaea for the March lertu. Yottlt account waa due January lat. I'leae call and aeltle without further delay The old Grm'a huainrea mini ba eeltbd .McAll.terA Il'right Tun lumber yard ixdcJ by Owe Ict & Miller here will be great coiiTeoienre to our cilixenaand It la a wonder auch a want had not been filled bef'tre. T. OnEEN haa moTtd to the latelf occupied by K. I. Owa. ley, and Intend to keep a general line of grocerlea and hardware, lie haa the heat Hour in the market. Mil. tore-roo- Tim llihtlcal aaaerllon that "Many are called but few are chonen" la illuMraled in our column every iaaue. Darin? the epidemic of l on cople to prri-n- t candidate, acarcely any man la ife from aoch an attack ct-l- A VEUY hard rain fell Tueadar and Tues- day night. 'Squire J. 8 Murphy ineaaiir. ed the fall of twelve hour and found that Inchea. A good it waa three and deal of damage waa done to fencing, Ac, along the water coure. one-hal- f from Feahody, Kanaaa, con A veya Hie Information that Mary, daughter of Iewia ant1 Jennie Cochran, died there on letter the 4th nfrlieiimatiamof the heart. Bhowai born In Lincier and her pirenta have ma. ny friend there a ml here. performera at Opera Iluuaa toThe night ire colored jieople but are managed by while peopln and expect the patronage 'be The manager of while people lthouae will eee that the utual dtcoram and arrauueiuenta are enforced J ' g't: town. are glad to lern that the City Colin-"are moving toward opening a alreel from Mr. J W. Alcorn' tit the Lancaater pike. Such a atrtet I badly needed, for it would open up a number of eligible building aitta, a decided want In our hemmed III ll jumied I lie fnigM train truck on the KihixvIIIc Ilrancklii'lde of a week, nuialnii gretl detruoiin f railroad pinperly, but untuiialflv no Irnu uf livee The train did not pia en route to Louiavilte ill 4PM Tueoday, on uf the wreck near Fine Hill TllIIEE h-paa-eng- Jack Walter w nutated at Juno tlon C'liy yealenUv for polnonlng atock for lS X Hemphill o Jeoamlne. A platol era found on hi peraon and upon being tried at iihuh for the ollVim) he wa gimn a flnei-$100 and ten dara in jail, winch he will hare lo crre More going to amwer tho Jeaeamlne charge. "PRAISE THE LORD." Meat Stolen. TMe?a broke Into the nieatdiotiie of Clco Kubinka, Tuelay 200 gaiiKRMKHiintiN St , Uiiooklyn, night, anil atoleCOO nr COO potinda of bacon Feb. II, 1883, from hi m. F.ntrance waa made by ripping J)fnr ihltrtor A few worda morn about pret off a plank and the heiyy rain that fell ty Nyack, IcAt wo ahould never ee itagiln. that night waahed out all Iracka or tracta, Thuraday morning I took a atroll withDro. there ! no clue to the robbery. Gunning, of the FIrat Ilaptiat Church, .TiIK Leglalativ race eeem about made where we held aervlce, to aee what I up and a it appear lo be the dralre of all could aec. Ily the way, I It not noticeable the candidate lint an early ndjuatment nf how the LOUD reema to lead me from one their cliinia be bad, we (iiggeal to the reel toanotbei7 lint the "Hfformtra;" Committee that aome atrp be taktn lo then theMethodlata; and now the Ilaptiat. name the day and manner of deciding who Where next? ahull be our candidate In Auguat, Nyack I called by aome the "Naple uf the Hudaon." The river la here, A HASiijOKE ciock all, tire the running g mile acroaa, 011 Ihl aide there , rt, the handiwork of our ingenlu an indentation and currr, not unlike F. G. Ilrady, In been purchaaed by picture of the Bay of the D. W. Vandeveer for $30 It repreaenta a Naple. Thia give the rtream it great chttrcli and alao repreaenta about the tenth widlb, and ia known a the Tappan Zee. of the amount of money Mr II. could The imnea are Dutch, Xtt mean bay, 1 hate earned by making boot and ahoc. believe. Thia lovely curve ia bounded on HowoRTll'rilliiiEnNlcA Mr W J. Hank one aide by the termination of the "Palll-aide,- " which many know to be that per the gentlemanly advance agent of tlie above a 1 eel lent troupe, ia here preparing for a itendicular wall of rock running along the rfnrmance to be given on the evening nf right btnk of the Hudaon, 25 mllea from Jeraey City lo Nvack, and on the other by March lat When here lot year thia com pany gave the ranal eottre aallafactlon and the Hook Mountain alao the termination will nn doubt be liberally pttroninl thia of a range, The village, overlooking (hi lime glorloua "Tappan 2,er," on Its own bank, DErtrrYaix). H CAiirENTEn levied on nnd Tarrytown and Sing Sing atroai the the gootla and cloeed the atore of John II. riverj4 wijtjheir ptctureaquejielgbta, haa ! a Marahall on Wednesday, In aall.ty a capiat few ceiuatafirrcmantlc outlook ami pra nt iaaued on a judgment in Meicer favorite aummer resort; the hotel and county for keeping a billiard table Mr. boarditrg liuuae being crowded during the Marahall went down lo Harmdaburg the summer heat, when mi many lire the city fa- attne day and paid up, and on preaentlng fur the country. Mr. Jar Gould, the moua millionaire live acro-- a the river in good wee releaaed. the trreipta hi a grand white marble palace Mr Cru-Wayne County -- From a ttatement Field alao little lower down the f the IHeipt and nxpendlturc ol the rirrr. The noted Sing Sing penitentiary munly of Wavne. jurt printed In thia office i in full view to the N E , ut on the for the Clerk, Mr I N Shepinrd. we gath riverV bink. Sing Smg ilrtll ia a lovely er that the entire expne of running the village, luclt of the priou and crowning a II .lira c( the county I but $2,700, about a the height. A ferry bunt pile constantly third 'f wht thia county pay The during the aeaa n, but now laid upon I) ruled liHltui!ne 01 that oounly i but ncoount i of tlm Ice. 'I lit- - Tappan Z.-$1000 ard fund' exceeding that amount not but the river beyond have been aet aaide for their payment. Iriisn, at the prercnt writing. Dran,up, and dry, and propped securely, wo Rio OiuNtir. -- Mr. A Stewrl, high aw three ateam yacht, lying "cheek by County Attorney of It ickcaatle, who ha on the bank, belonging to Meaara been on a vialt to lit father-ilaw, Mr T jowl" W Field and Ilrand-relO Ilrinlcy, at hi orange grove in Florida, Jay Gould, Cyru They were all the "pill mau." Wedne-dy- , ll gve ii on hi return a orange that waa grown in a bammrck be lieiulie, with exijuiaite line for epeed. named "Itoaaline;" Mr. longing to Dr II II Gillian, formerlv of Mr. Gould' Field' "Petrel" and Mr. Ilrandreth' wa Lexington, weighing two poimda Dr O which the othmoved to that State aome eight year ago aocovrred with and ha drawn around him quite a nnmber er were ool, that I didn't ec her name of bll nf who are greatly pleaaed All acrew propeller, the rcrew with the country and with the hrautiea of metal tough and resounding when struck. They seemed about SO feet in length, with orange growing every thing needful in the way of sumptu II Kill Watlr At the tim that the out accommodation. I waa told they were train from Lotilavlllr ahould have', gotten worth 10 or $12,000 apiece. A blue grass here yoatrnUy, the Agent informed the farm in a little toy craft like that ! Well, waiting traveler that It naa atlll beyond they can aflurd it. the Kolllng Fork, aome AO mile below Juat beside these Interesting little veshere, where it wa held by high water, the sels, and approaching completion, lies a low land on the other aide of the atream craft worth a brief mention. It is built being Hooded with the track hid In many on the general plan of the Kast India Thia place ha given the Ia & X OuYiiwmm (emphasis on Oitanl nm) and place. a good deal of trouble and haa reveral conaiata of two hollow, boiler iron cigar lime atopped travel on till and haped cylinder (supposing both ends of It aeema strange that aome atcp la not la- theclgar iKnntedaml exactly alike) 200 feet ken to remedy the matter flu length., flettvecn lime and above them leel in length the hull U cinatructcu, WlToious. and calculated for about 500 pisaengers, Iter. Jno F. Stagner will preach at paddle wheel in he exact Centre of the Qoahen Church next Sunday at 11 A. M only one end. 'The Kev M. Delp, a liiptlat inlniater of structure, rudder on name, Henry W. Longfellow. Cost 15 to Itochcater, X Y., cut the Ice In a river banga any thing of a and Immeraed three persona while the ther- $20,000 wrliaw. It floating character 1 ever aw, and I ahould mometer wa 16 below zero, and It ia mid think would soon cotuo to grief In the he did ao by atanding over the hole and crooked hatbjr of New York with its long, dipping hi men In after the manner of bows and sterna, a pair of each, projectlii! . cabling a gooae. He didn't get In Mirabilt dictu. ll I claimed at a miracle Seventy-eigh- t We shall hear and see In two member of a Reform of speed Chuicli at Itedford, Ind , withdrew thetr month, when ll Is to lie finished and memherahlp becati'e aome of (heir more afloat It ia built by a Commodore Voor-hand fully aa good brethren of thi place, a wealthy gent, who can progreaalve Populatfon of bought an organ and put it upforuaeln afford lo exiieriment. One lonj; handsome the building Such ople a tli former Nyack I 4,000 are too utierly too too good for tbt wicked street, Uroadway; lot of pretty villa, world. F.ngliali and American. And quite a centre for the ahoe manufacturing bust-nLAND, STOCK AND CROP. An excellent field in one part of It -- A Santt ounty man got $2275 per for work. May ba the dear LOUD will cwl, lor hi tobacco eniueUiuu The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill send ua there again The at r vict Thuraday afternoon and want tn buy wheat and corn. , 7 J D. Sxnpe bought eight or ten night were very preoinuand the coufeed hearts of 'Jeu LOUD" at night printer thl week l $23 lo $30. the good people serliwd fairly taken by -- Two ibiirougb-brerrd bull calve, storm, We had a glorious winter' day for YiHing Mar, for ailc br F ltid, our return trip, "according lo out faith," The aale of leaf tobiooo at Danville, for we had fully trusted for bright weather Va , during January, amounted to 2 840, on thi little excursion. We came down ImIii. and were therefore on the 000 uuid. -- ileal catllit were iiuotrd New Ymk aitir a litlle early, soon enough to see the l $5 CO to $7 xt cwt yealerilay. General glorlou sun rise over the hill of the Hud- sou and flood the ''appall Zee with molten Ki$3S4i.i$0.75 HUlii Ihoroughbrrd bull clve and gold, a sight 10 ba long remembered, Ily previous appointment, oil our way, one ditto 3 tear old for aale by 8. II we called on our dear friend John Hanau, Ilnii huiao, Stanford. - Foreatua Keiil r ild to WkrUtd & Far-r- l of the firm of Hanau & Sou, 153 1 Greenwich St., where we saw fur the first limoan mule ad-t- r the 20 head of 2 year-ol(lard in Ihla paper, at $112 extensive manufactory of fine boot nnd I have three hundred ahocka pf corn ahoe. The flrui euiplo) 400 hands, and which I would like to feed to atock on , the the ruiuufacture is confined strictly to the lineal quality of boot and shot for wen W II Hay, Stanford premlae and joulhs, The whole establishment la Itoy H. Cluke haa aold hl I lark county frin of three hundred acre to Garrett Ibe outgrowth of the energy and genius of the younger JIanan, our friend John, who Watta, for eighty dollar per acre, caali. le-lubill-tail-1 e 1 Io h H-- 1 aail-clot- "first among limine men, though yet not over thirty, apparently. He and I get along together splendidly, a cloe corporation "mutual admiration noclety," for he has achieved sue through steady opposition at every re step he wished lo lake In the right direction. Yet one reform after another he succeeded In Introducing, until now, by the use of the beat machinery, and the perfect ayaiematltttlon of skilled labor, he ha wrought marvelous result, He I a glorious christian brother and will make hi mark as a public benefactor, with hi rapidly increaaing mean lo accomplish good, He look all through hi mam moth eatabliahment and wound up by ray Ing to me, "now Rro. Ihrnes, allow me tho joy ami privilege of doing one thing: Let me see that you are well a hod till you quit tli la world." Of course I allowed him the honor, and we shook hands on It, a fulfillment of thai Scripture, In very ptraant fashion lo me, which saya "Thy ahora have not waxed old upon thy feel, all these years" Dent. 29.5. Being on the New York aide, and our good brother having a little leisure to thaptrontu, he fur titer escorted ns to lunch at the Hodman House, on Uroadway, and rapidly rising to the coveted position being the "swell" house of entertainment In the grand upper city. A before mentioned, it I kept by Mr. Ivdw. Stokes, who will never cease lo be remembered as the one who killed Fisk, however rich he may become, or famous. always O, how ineffaceable thi blood-atalis, and how I pily the poor fellow who haa it upon him. While our lunch was waiting to be served, we left Maiie a few moments afone, and stepped Into the adjoining room to "personally inspect" the faAnd a marvel mous $100,000 of gorgeous taste It Is. One painting alone, of "Nymphs and the Satyr" cost Other exquisite works of art, $.10,000. statuary, tapestry and painting, that I could not describe, If I would, are arrang ed in perfect taste and elegance, while every thing like undue noise and rowdyism Is promptly suppressed. So that the bead being turned away from the drinking arrangements, one can imagine oneself walking, only, through an art studio. Our kind friend pitd heavily for our rtchertJit lunch and then took u farther uptown to the panoramic ptintinj of the "Siege of Paris " Thl loo I may not describe ex cept In the mnat general way. A circular building on 60th St. and 7th Avenue, ha been erected to exhibit it, sixty feet high and 400 feet around. Wonderful the illu sion aa one looks at it. It represent the lst Kwtit nf the defenders of Pari during the German siege of '71, The human fig ures, the horse, the redoubts, tho houses and forests, the glorious Seine, the city In the back eround, all in the highest style nf art. It Is piinted by a French artist and Is aim pi v wonderful. The elevated s railway bre us bick and the snd street car, jnt suiting, we reached Mnic Hall, to a minute, on time, and the the dear LORD gave me a precious aae age of grice to the congregation, whom, It aeein", I hnd been separated from, two weeks, Inatesd of days. At night an exrellent congregation assembled and we had a dslightful "break" In 0 confession nf the blessed name of Jesus. So passed this sort of holllday for us, quite unlike any thing of the kind we have enjiyed fnr a long while. The LORD saw we needed it and so gave it. Yet how odd it seemed to me lo be looking at a pinnrama. I scarcely recognixed myself In the role of sight-seeBut I preached all the better lor it. Two hundred and stxiy-siSclisrmcrhorn St Is the one on which Dr. Talmage's Tabernacle ia built. We are only one and a half blocks from It. The good man has !ecn greatly annoyed thi week bv a cari cature, hideous but recognizable by every one, that ha diagraced the wall where bills are posted all over the city. It we n pictorial advertisement of a play tmtitled "The Sorrerer," at the Academy of Music, by but which, I hear ha been suppre-wlaw, or at least an Injunction laid upon it, by the arou-eand enraged friends of the Doctor. The thing must have been a tem porary annoyance to him but it will, like all these spiteful things, do him good, in drawing men to him and hi ministry. The devil alwava throws a boomerang. Kvcr In Geo O. Barnes. Jesu. aland 11 bar-roofcrrv-boat- cl" Ono of Hie largost 1 xprcso compniiiea and dealer in cxchanjro In tho world ia tho (lrronimout of tho United HtM. Tlio dlflVrr-ueliotneon tlio postal nor vice nnd tho oxprww nnd finnsportation companion la thai tlio iiooplo of tho United Slnlci hiro iirivnto corporations; to do llicir heavy frefKliting business, nnd pay them what tho aforesaid companies can mannfto to exact, wlillo they havo organized n concern for tho distribution of letters, small package, nnd amnll bill of exchange, nnd the business M done, not for tho most that cm bo got from It customer., lint for tho least that will pay expenses. As It la deemed important that tho charges ahould lo low, it is not even attempted to quite pay expen.-v- , tlio deficit being nmdo tip out of gcnrnl taxation. In other words, nearly 55 per cent, of the rott of operating tJn sorrlco is collected from lhoo ho tto tho service, nnd In proportion to llin amount thoy use it, nnd tho other C per cent Is paid out of tho general Ireniury. In Its rartnoss tho potnl business looks down from a totoriD height upon moat of tho railroad and lrajportntlon companies. The routes over which Iho Government sends tho maiU aggregate 314,000 miles, or n ilUtnlico equal to nlxmt fourteen eireumfcveiicoi of tho cnrtlu Its immediate agents, not counting mcro employes, nittiber44,C12. Tlio rostmastcrs In tho United States wonld make two army corjia that is, thoy would if they wero nil forced into tho army. Tho salario paid io theso agents amount to more Una eight millions of dollars, or about tho bamo no tho total net ordinary revenues of tho Government, including loans, in so recent a rear as 1843. DIHSEltTATlOX O.V MUSTACHES Wliat tho averago girl doesn't know about mustaches nolxxly can tell her. It would bo the most ontragcous Some people have ono idea about a mnstncho nnd somo another, bnt thero is no tnlstako about it on tho part of a young woman. SI10 knons exactly what tho mustacho is for, and thero is no ono who can get quito as much nso out of it n tho girl who fully understands her business. Tho mustache, nho knows very well, m mono to season kisses with, and in many instances kisso. derive moro than of their sweetness from tho character of tho mustacho. Something depends upon the color sometimes, and often the toxturo is n matter of real conTo some, however, tho sideration. mustacho in any color or in any way is inch a perfectly lovely thing that tho girl is not particular as to small matters if it is only a mustacho. That thero shall bo a mustacho is entirely essential. Thero would bo no real sweetness in lifo without it, and not ono girl in 800 wonld over fall in love if it wcro not for tho mustache. It is just tho nicest thing ever invented to fall in love with, nnd no young man in his right mind over fails Jo tako advantage of it. Tho moustache ought to bo given plenty of room to grow, nud let us liopo the drought of tho lost Bummer has not retarded it. Philadelphia Times. LADY TKAVIIKKS 'Theie nro now in tho public schools of tho United States, ns teachers, at least tiO.OOO moro women than men. Not moro than twenty-fiv- e years ago tho number of men was double that of tho women. Every year, in increased xil jiastcrs" numbers, "tho common-s- c arc relegated to tho obscurity of "general lmsiucss" by that inexorable law, " tho mirvival of tho fittest," and, by t, the muiio law, iu Ktill gieater tho "lady teacher" aro pushed to During tho lust four years tho front. tho number of male teachers increased 9,359, while tho number of female teachers increased 15,817. Discovering the great change iu relation to tho employr of tho ment of teachers, an profession" was recently heard to exclaim, "The women aro ubsolutoly taking our tchools ; tho ladies will be the primary teachers of tho future." Cuir- num.-bct"old-timethi-can- o r: rmTitrftrr. raOFKKMOSlL t. w. v.anou, Ofllra In Owataf AMon'anaw ATTtiKNHYM AT STANFORD, KY. T. W. W witLAca a. viaKox. B. VAHNOW, FOR SALE! tnttodlof lo rtmor lo Lonlitllle, T..A.W. aUlra. my t offer for V ! bulldlnf-- up r A.,xroirvii aKY. BTANFOIW, Wlllpra-tlrelnt- M. l'BYTON, Uurtaof Dwelling iroitHc, store nCCJontlH .Slock I..A.W. ami ad- joining counties and the tuperlor Court and Court ot Appeala vpclat attention clren tocotlectlnna. 112 OSIcs on Lancsater ltr- -t Lincoln Improrementt; haa eight rooms, liealdea harh, an eieellent garden and all etc. it neceMuryouaholldlnn. Its iliuailon la tlm mnai dralranle In the town. I har been doing a Mih and prolnc bulnrssolorer 120,000 per annum at Will practice In the Courts of Bo jl to J adjolnlnf, a good ptollt. Thlicn be Inerrated. Tno atore eountlr and la the Court of Appeslt. noua 1 HIH reel, rmnt TO part eade-alrl- nc a )rofltahle huilnrs location, Don better LBH P. HUFFMAN, tin be offered Termi of rale will In mads rails- ncury to rcapon-lb- l purehaaer STANFORD. KY. lh healthy location ol Ml. Vernon la uniur-patteOfflee Booth aid Main HtrMt, two doors tbovt It being abore the ma'arl.l point) nn ateli tho Myers Hotel. thin aa thills or faTrreilita Iu thl. town. Oil Fur Nitrous Oxtd Oaa administered when re- onorsddrrrs J. It OTTKH. Ky119-quired. Ml. Vernon, ATTOltNBY jVT L.AW, DANVILLK, KY., ATjBX. ANDEH8ON, MT. VERNON, - . KEKTUOKY Thsdwellln la almrrtt nv. tnnl.rn lailtl will. 11 8UUOJ30W DHNTIHT, JUDGK W. O. IIANHFOIII) Iia candidal IlrpreacntatlTO for the democratic nomination for In the neit Lrglilsturt. le Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific .117DHK T. I HILT, JK., a: Railway. 1 :m: 33 In (fleet Dec. St. ll a candidate far Itcpreacntstlrn In theneit sutjert to tli action ol tho dcraocracr o?i.a.i:bii.i:e.i 1882. 'MlCIItE J. ntit Isglalature, mocracy, H. MUItl'IIY lo la a candidate, to represent Lincoln count In lh subject to I ho action of lh De- TOS. SEVERANCE, Lit of Cheoaiilt, Sererance with & Co , Stanford, Kj., CINCINNATI 60UTIIEUN DIVISION. south housn. HolT; Vo 3 No I Kip. Mat Accoro Mall STATIONS. lex r.in Dally and Hl'l I'S- I- Kx. Kin. L ITiy Jli. J. M. ROBINSON & CO.. Lt. Cincinnati " 11 . A.M I'.M S I 001 S Import. ra and Jobhcrt ol Dry (loods, Nottona, Ac, M7, KM, fill Main Street, Cor. filth, Ueorstowo " Lcilogton....... " MchoTaarlllo.. . COTJIfclVIlL.TU, KY. attention to - " ' 11 TO THE PUBLIC We will now py special "cuHTosi aiinvTiiva.110--1 ..... .. Arr. Chituncons. ... . " Itockwood " Spring City llarrodaborf J unci' n 11 I'D 1111 12 M 12 37 Uanrllle Dantllle Junction. ..112 ISO 12, eJoraersct ...M.M.. 013l 2 20 " Point Burnilde... 8 lAcni C IO, Oak Dale Junction . IIIh Bridge...- -. .. .. ..it oduso Ill 3IK2 10 ..'II Mil ..11V .1 40 iiv 5il f. M A.M 9 110 1123 710 12 00 7 3 12 24 7 12 42 8 11 I 10 a 2f. 139 8 33 1 4S 22 3 41 -4 M) csa ' Boyce....- ia 7W 7 0 8 . -. !... J 82 IUI.1 7 6l ,'ioas KOBTIIKOUIIII. We promlao to cite aatlifactton, snd when desired will eltA I'ltenL Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted meal McALINTlIK NAi.Lr:r.. -- PUBLIC SALE Stock, Crop & .ft. Chsttanoot...., . .. " Spring City. ...........I iw-re- ...... No 4 No 1 Nol6i.No Acm .P.M. P.M. PM. A M ... 4 00 7 SO! 6 IO 0 7 I 10' 7 45 Farming Implements. 20, 1883, Haling rented my farm, I will aell nt public sal on the preralics, l mllea from McKlnney,on " " " " " " " l'olnt Uurnelde.... Sonicrsetm.hw Dsnrllle Junction.. Jlsrrodahurg Junct' High Bridge- .- . . NIcDolaatllic Kuckwood Oak Dale Junction Mi 0S4 4 V 10 PS I SIS 7 o; 7 , B .1 'Kip 1 1TL Lex I 82 34 I)inlllle......... 11U1.' l ml 3 4i' 23, 2 Ilk' ll 44 12 10 SMI TUESDAY IXBRTJARY Arr. CioctDoail " ' Iilc2ton....... tlcorgetown . . .... 2 out 4 S31 2S0 80S, 2 S3 5 28, 8 0(1 7 40 6 801 1 5 40 1 A 31 2 0 10 2 7 SI1 10 Ml 88 (il IS 31 : txi 3 25 7 Ml 3 48 E01 A.3t. tlOO 12 65 3 13 One pair large Mule", a Mares bred to Jack, 1 work Horse, 1 sond Cow and CslL 1 yearling Bleer.G Kiwi, )l shoals, I McCormack Twine Kinder, I MOllne suite now, 1 Aioinn txeaer, 1 Mower, 1 1 liar ItAke. 1 Com bheller. 1 mwd rprlnit Waeon. 2 Farm Wagons, 1 nearly new, sod nearly CTerr- mine uaeu on a larm. zw barrels oi uorn. iu uuiu- elaof Whcat,20 tont Timothy Hay, Ac. Terms: All aumaofflOandorer, a credit of6 monlha; un ' Ulrmlngbam.- -. 11 Tuicaloo.1 Arr. Meridian. Lre. Arr. Chattanooga- -, Lie. Arr. L-- e, Lt. ChtUU-......-. ' Attalla two-thir- ds der that amount.caih. 119-3- 1 SJle,loiBlu si iiiocinrr.. W. II. t'LOYD, " " Ii;rmlngbtm... " AtUlla .. .............. ... ......... .. .. MulalSD.....i ;. Tucslooaa,.. .... ALABAMA OBET liOUTUKBN. ,.... I.. .... .. . ....-.. . : .. . .m 511 1000 I . MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - " " " j. . VICKSEURQ ANU MEBIDIAN. Mcrldlan.-.-.,.. .. ;i0 20 Foreat-.... -. (12 80 .- ... j.. 2 6S Brandon. . Jsckaon .........-...! Vlckburg...- 2u .. . j. . j 9 87 ... 11221 j 2 80 j C30 slo Propr ' ForMt Arr. Meridian.... " ' . ........ Vlckiburg.........i j Jackaon ... Brandon...... j. ji3S5 i. ( f i a 10 (10 41 This Old and Woll - Known Lee. Vlckaburg " Deli.... Hotol Still Maintains its Arr. Monroe -Monroe. High Reputation, Lt. Delta AND Arr. Vlckaburg .. .... . I ..... ......j ... ..... ... i j ... j j .. BHBEVEPi'KT AND PACIFIC. i j. s illSS : i 41 j 4 45 111 I f ... ... ! -- .1 !.... U2S0 0 .....! .1 1 ... . 5 80 7 30 -- I 112 30 i 2 00 lo Iti Proprietor u Determined that second to no country it Shall bo the its Fare, Hotel in State in Appointment., or Attento Comfort of tion their Qneits. JOHN ECOTT, V. P. snd Gen. Man Clo Sou. It'T, Cincinnati, Ohio; E. P. WILM1N, O.K. and P. A. On. Sou. Ify. Clnrlnnatt, O.j II. rOLL-BRA(. P. A. A.0. 8. B'r. fUanoo(ni.Tenn.; J. UARDY, O P. A. V. A M. Il'y, Vickibure, p. A. V., H. A p. Mls.: JOE F. McOUIRF--O. R'y, Monroe. La. Bagcago will be conrered to aad from thedepot rreeoreaarg. Kpeciai aecomtnoaaiioaa to toCoeanerelalTraialera. The Hsr will be alnaja sapplled with the eholceit brsadaofLlgsorsaad Clgsrs. 1S83. Tho Cinciiiati News! A DAILY I published to aulxcribera at the following GHESnPEilKE AND OHIoIy! Democratic Nowspapor! x Kentucky's Route The only line running East 11A.UEH ofHTJIJ-CniTIO- Nl Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CAES Dally and Sunday edition, on jejr ..S; 00 4 ol Dally and (Sunday edition, six months . . 2 00 Dally snd Sunday edition, three inontha All aubucrlptlona Inrarlably In sdrsnee. An extra copy ol lh paper will be mallei free for one year to any person who will nta a club ot ten annual subscriber, at one poatoi&ce,9Cj forward their naues and address, together with f;o. Dill and Sunday edition, 13 centa per week, or centa wr mouth, payable la carrier. PKICi:i'V MINflLECOPV. Two rents ....... .... tlllr edition slie) . Sunday (doubls - Three c lilt Agent, carrier, newsdealers, uewiboys or any onohandllngTHE NEWS, araniulred to sell th patter la confonnlty with the above rates. Ad dress Till: M'.IIS, Cincinnati, (). C3 nr irsiL, roaTAOE rit: BY CAUUIEP. A SOLID TRAIN FROM ..... d LoulsYllIc.CliicliiiiH.iiui.lIiez-liiKton- , Ky., "WASHINGTON CITY. Connecting In aanie depot with -- THE WEEKLY" NEWS! Will ba luued l.j Ihe tut Irslna lor -0 him-elf- i, SIr, R. H Tomlinson for State Senator. II IT Tomtiiuon, IiancailtT, Ky. Sir We the undersigned citizen of Garrard county, desire you to become a candidate lo fill the unexpired term of Hon. Robert Blain, In the Senate of Kentucky: B. F. Robinson, TaTlor Burdett, John Home, J. N. Haselden, R 5 Haselden, E S Arnold, T. W. Olds, John Baughuun, II. A. Biirdett, J. C. Thompaon, Mark Welsh, S. L. Burdett, B Ltwlaii, It W. Llllard, Y D Row, Joe TI. Arnold, Geo. I.. WaJden, Morris Davis, Jacob Joseph, Jas. O. Hemphill, Logan P Ison, Hugh Logan, Hugh M Smith; R Ruples, 11. Jennings, IT C Hamilton, W P Barlow, Patrick Doolie, It. II. lletlla. W.C. Bailey, A. B. Brown, J Q. Burdett, Geo F Brown, II Singleton, II Patterson. T J Hammond, George K Jennings. It. I. Sadler, STerer As a new candidate for public faeor. The Weekly Nowa will cater to the requirementa ol Ita leadREIT ADTKKTISEXrSTR. ers. It will thoroughly dlacus all llr quetloos of the day. It will sire particular attention to the gathering of thenews Keclat raro will be Iho vsrloua msrkrt ieiort. lu . A. apple to tsken lo compilingfirmer, s goutl. Pnr Uriels and lurther Information, will bo lbs Interest of lha t ticket office, or sddrcaa deroted to sericulture. Ueueral llteraluro snd for tk Democratic nomination to yournea.-riIsacanilidst Tsrlousraatteia lilted for tbo tsuill circle will raprrwDl bl count la tho next Legislature. JAMIM C. F.KNST. coiuprla au liuportsiit department ol the paper, (leul. rioutliweatern Agent, snd It will b the puritoa. of the lusuageiarnt to so 3I0W Milu8t.,Loultllle,Kr. edit snd publish t lie The Weekly News aatocvni-uien- d luoaod make It a welcome alaltor la every 11. W. FII1.I.KK. ?. W. NMITII, household. tlen'U'aM'r Ag't. UQ'I Mansgvr. Tho WmVIr News Is a Isrco uuarto. roatsliiti c Itlcnuioim. tirginn. ilitj.four columns of reading matter, printed on a afios article ol calendared paper. I n order to reach all claiwa, It will be aold at th I.UMIIF.R YARD in Stanford, In llsreopcnej up a following low connection with tbtlrlllf.t. at Haiti I"atcb, and HATES OF HVIISVK1PTIO.XI will keep conatantly on hanit Lumber for bulUtng 120-- 1 1 00 m anJ farm purpose. A alnglo copy, one year ... . ..... . ....- - ...-- .3 A club of ten roplea, walled to ono poitofflce, . 9 0) ons year A eluh of twenty copies, inallt'd lu uno wat 17 0.1 ons year office, A club of thirty eople. lualled to ooa poat 21 0J offlco, onayear As Admtnlitrstor J lonit non of lh eitateol A club of fjrlr copies, mailed to one poll John llrlght dee'd, I wlll.ou M0) offlee, one rear . . r MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1883, And larger dub at the rale of 7i teuta copy per annum Counlr Court dar. at the Court Uoum door In Aud lu addition, ThcWockly Newa will b mu Stanford, itll st public suction to thablgbeit bid frrttor one year to any perou who will raise iter 10 aharea of atock In lb HairuJ.burg A Crab cluuotlwcntr or wore annual aubair bora at on urcosru luropiss Terms, raan. uomisnr po.toffife, and forward their nauiis uuj adlrrw l.'U-3- t JOII.N Jt STIC ALT, Ailmr. with the rniulsll amount ol mtney, aapsrslwre; wn Tho Direct Route to Lynchburg, Danville, Norfolk, Yorl--. Co. It li a Democratic paper, dernted to P.lltlc, Newa, Markets, Agriculture snd literature, and will Ihi edited with the tow of making lt adrsir able Fsmlly Newspsier. Cincinnati Newt Publishing All Virginia RA1IGI1 and North Carolina Points. ic LUMBER! Public Sale of Turnpike Stock. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. -- ..... iioi W. S. FRANCIS, rnoi'uiETOit,- Stan-fun- l. 8am 111 0. Swope Declines, ! To J M 1'arler. S M Oereiia, J F. I locker, Dr. Moore and others; Sirs In Having had this Hotel amawer to your call uoon ine lo become a candidate for the, legislature, I must say, I.HIIll, HhhK Nloclf, I.ivo Ntock, RolUtcil urop himi I'ltriiiiii); mi that whllf I fullr apnreclste the compliment ami thank ynu fnr tho honor you liieuieiiiN. to garret, I'rout bsiciuent would confer, lhal under existing cirrum Asl:sHiitorof llialait stance i cannol make the rare. Willi Tboiuaal' II umber dse'd will and tealauient of 1 1 tit cut! to Ucu.a It lu h Slrictly I will at bis Uw tinny wialtri for the continued success of rirst-ClHKtulles from Crab Orchard, e.pu.e fur aals MHiiuer, the iny, and again tlianklnt; tou, I re at public suction, on J 1 BwoPJ! main your truly, And leaia uolhlog undone that will add to tb WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, '83, J. Public Sale tsbls ol rstes. sST.fLrFRI, -- KY. Kei'uriiislicd and N PREMIUMS TOR CLUBS $1,00( IN OOTa ! Willi dlilrlbuted tend toTb Weekly full rat subacrlbera day ol July. IMS. cluUwlll 2d U) siuong Ihoa who obtain snd Nswa the tea largest oJuba of Iroiu sny one SU'e by the lit KacU eubatrlptlon In this ONE DOLLAR For Largest Club .... . Col. W. Ktankoih) 0 Welch Declines. Ky Feb 8ih,'l3 Jimeri. Unite. Main. JlicKardi and othtrt Ornllemeu I lure carefully considered candidate vnur call upon in to become for the) State Senate. Mr private a flair lesrc me, I am sorry to say, no choice In the mailer. I am compelled to decline. 1 thank you none the Ira, however, for so and am unexpected a mark of good-will- , very truly, your obedient servant. W O Welch hold snd KlUktu t'uruttur. Ac- A tract of Lsudolsbout tilt Acres, adjoining lbs SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS boiueslesd, known u th (lot! farm A tract ol laud ot alwut W Acra, called tho MlddUton tract, near To patronise we, aa I bat svsry codtenleuca.auch (Jo Town Ixit lu th ell of Ml. th Ptwr-IIouAc, for tbrlrut. JsMpb, Mo Paillr wliblng lo buy the really os HICK SAMPLE ROOM, will call ou J B tlah for riiculr dcwrlpllou. Tsruia uiads kuosn on day olsaU lit hares r'aruml Nat. ask Stock will U sold Baggage Tramferred to and from lo It is mid that Jim Keene scooped in st Ihs Court tqusr usyBlaufoid j,vn Monday, Msr , tne Depot tree oi cnarge. IHl.tvuuty court h. uiini.s.s, a cool two million on a bear movement In Exr. Thoa. O. Uuubtr. O W Kuo.Aue. W. N. KANCIN. 120-- tt Qltt in a call, week. Wall street thia Two brood Mares 2 young Horses, (ulr work Mulea. 1 jaarllng Mule, iwdlgreed Hull, 4 Cows, ling aims, 0 Heifers. Cslrra, 1 Hogi, 41 bliecp. It alotk Hogs. Ihtraw Hicks, Cora, Wheat sodosta, Nw Uuggr, Kockawsy, aet ol uaw liutiiy llarnesa, Wagons, as Mowing Machine, lildlng ltsk. uaw, sud uiior other 1'ariulDg Implemnl,Ilouss ysr COMFORT OF MY 1 GUESTS. " ' t Coin in vr el a Traveler ' " " " 4ih JlU i ..... ... -- TEIl YEAR. UO IW .f00 In gold " M (th lib lh ' 10th OtU ... -.- ft &0 U, " . .- UAW ' " - Are offtreJ. Tolal- .- premium! uiuit lor th abpT lorirlably send ou dollar with each nauiis villi r. O. ad eJ, snd thsy should gl lh diesaes, and stud uteuey a Uat t'artlewiktog f ttrooblluoi bin all auiounta of monvr uay t tuuet bo th Company' rUs. but siuouiilaoier ft by ordr. sut by poatofac uiooey epocluicu rheck urand iheu fiend lor ivpy letter subscribe lit It Addrsw HIE WfchKlV NEWS. tv4 sud 'ivd Itac ...... arur'rl titttltl regis-cer- ed atrrl, Ctnclunstl Uhlo, fc Stiw-ftRech- lf $nf mir$wrnal STAITFOED. ICY. Friday Morning, - February 9, 1883 i IS TllK TACK-- lt tnniT OF TEXAS. A noAnnixn-norskcoitcr's tree-A- sh. Tho ickrablit is nil liiliAUitttnt of That is what n great Tciiw wij somo oilier Wetern HMo A man fols Iwwldcr when ho has the many people arc doing. Ho is often called tho "mnlo cured rntr rocks in his pockets. They don't know just what bit," and, by tlio eowlroy, is familiarly A ooo whbikyflllng Sling tho bottle is the matter, bnt they have upokcn of n tho "innley. IIo is not sut of tho window. a combination of paint and a rabbit nt nil. A rabbit is nn unobtni aches, and each month they A ivo littlo nuimal, who is found by aeronaut, after inflating his school-boy- s grow worse. highs him away on his trip. in n holo in tho ground at tho end of a long Intel, in tho snow, "UtrisiK a RtntWiin,-jo- u mj! Wen,jM, I thlna The only sure remedy trial Tho jnckrrbt)it is quite a difM (ratio u a onm, and M maolj yet found is Brown's Ikon a una. ferent kind of souivnieat. IIo is identi-- lnJm TVttfA. Uitteks, and this by rapid cal with tho Drittslt lmre, except that ho Tub ovil that men do lives after them. and thorough assimilation is larger, his color lighter, and his cars Cows, likewise, do not givo oleomargarino with the blood purifies nn much longer. Hii avoirdupois is nliout until thoy are dead. enriches it, and rich, stron., Itvclvo pounds, and his cars mcosuro blood flowing to ever' pn it "Am. work nnd no play makes Jack a from tip to tip alxmt sixteen inches. Ha dnll boy." Wry few Jacks will lccomo of the system repairs tho docs not burrow in tho ground. He lies dull lxys if left to themselves. wasted tissues, drives out under cover of a bunch of pralrio grass, disease and gives health and What is that which yon cannot hold but is very seldom found at homo, his ten minutes, although it is lighter than strength. ofllco hours being between sunset and a feather ? Your breath. sunrise. He is to bo found during the This is why Hrown's day on tho open prairie, where ho feeds A vouso married man whoso housa Iron Hitters will cure ou tho tender shoots of the mosquito or rent is paid by his mother-in-laalludes kidney and liver diseases, sago grass. Tho jack rabbit hai sov- to her as his darling consumption, rheumatism, cral enemies, among them tho cowboy, Hcuorists aro not necessarily dark neuralgia, dyspepsia, malawho shoots him with his rifle, tho coy-ot- o eyed, but wo hnvo hccu a good many ria, intermittent fevers, &c. and tho dog that tries to run him practical jokprs with black eyes. down. Ho has two ways of protecting Mr Simon ItUnchtrtl, a As Ohio man has taken tho small-poi.. knewn clilitneMUjrtafillc. Maadt "himself against his enemies. One way from n tot pig. When onco this disoaso countx.KcniucVjr.uyt Mr .(, is to squat when ho suspects daugerand hid been ikk for a long tlm,. j gets into n family it is pretty snro to go her eoniiliuilon fold his ears along his Bides. By doing all ii-- , through it. down amljHitwai unjUe this ho often escapes observation, as She waJiitJ intiieUrvwn't Ir Old Ocean may Iks uxcused for IGttert.aix) fvunj it ta Mk. lit. only his bnek is exposed, tho color of charm. Wewcukl km row Ixh! "lashing himself to fury" occasionally, which hnrmonizes with tho brown of tho nul It for any comlderaikNi, en tho ground that ho hai been crowed withered grass. Tho other plan that ho contldet it iht tmt look in in. ' wetlJ " a good many times. uses when discovered and pursued is to TnB condor of tho Andes is said to crcato remoteness between himself nncl Brown's Iron Urrrn kill his prey with his bill, and the mil his pursuer. In giving his wholo attenis not a drink and doc t tion to this matter when necessary, ho liners of this country aro trying the contain whiskey. It is gamo on mnm'ed men. is n stupendous success and earnest to n only preparation of Inj.i fault. When disturbed ho nnlimbcrs ATMosrnEnicAt. knowledge is not that causes no injurious his long legs, unfurls his cars and goes thoroughly distributed to our schools. Get the genuine oft with a bound. Ho generally stops A boy being asked, "What is mist?" Don't be imposed on with after running about 100 yards, and looks vaguely responded, "An nmbrella." imitations. back to sco if his pursuer is enjoy ing tho Some fellows are nover satisfied. Wo chaso as much as ho thought ho would know a chap who sat down to dinner and then ho leaves for parts unknown. with twelvo females, and then had the Thcro aro many fast things, from an iceconcentrated cheek to call for molasses. boat to a note maturing in bank, but " Mr day's work's big gun," aa tho GO EAHT1 nothing to equal tho An i foundry man said when ho commenced unfounded rumor gets around pretty CJO NOIITII I to cast a cannon." " My day's work's lively, but could not keep up with him VIA LOUISVILLE ore," said the man at tho for two blocks. When on ordinary cur oU 121,467. Iu 1880 tho number ol dog tries to cxpcdito a routo Sullivan is said to have been killed by a CoxjunoRS astonish an audience by ho makes a humiliating failuroof it. Ho rigilanco committee, but the tiuthis that iows had increased to 2,474,019. Ol & MISSISSIPPI R. W. only gives tho rabbit gentle exercise. 30 went crazy from injuries to his head this number Wisconsin had 478,374, taking rolls of ribbon from their mouths, Illinois 805,913, Iowa 854,187, Minne- but then it is a common thing to see a Tho latter merely throws up his cars, ae had received, nnd committed suicido and, under easy sail, skims leisurely by opening an artery. Patsy Itiordan, sota 275,543. Tho increaso in tho font carpenter take hammer and nails out of 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 along, tacking occasionally to give the )no of the grandest men physically that States is 72 per cent, Tho incroaso in his chest. Wisconsin is G5 per cent,, Illinois 35 per uncral procession timo to catch up. sver lived, died at 36, a complete physThe brilliant Sophia Arnold, when But if you want to see velocity, urgent ical and mental wreck. Bob Riddlo died ;cnt Iowa 131 per cent, and Minnesota sho heard ot a certain diplomatist that TUE EAST AND NOBT1I. speed and precipitated haste, you have tho samo way, tho very flesh dropping 121 per cent. The only practical moth-j- d had been eaten by the wolves, exby which wo can arrive at the dairy claimed : ' ' Poor brutes I Hunger must Fr Parlor Can and Ntw Dar Coacbta Without only to turn loose n greyhound in the 3iT his fingers. Joe Womble died in a Cbao(. wako of a Fursued by a Montre.nl insane asylum. And so they production of a State is on the basis of indeed be a terriblo thing!" 4 4 DAILY TRAINS greyhound ho will " let himself out" in jo, all of them dying at what ought to tho nnmber of cows contained therein, 'TnK most difficult man to please Not ono farmer in a thousand keeps an a manner that would astonish a prepaid bo tho primo of life" t I ever saw," said an old Judge, iccurato record of tho number of pounds half-ratmessage. If he is a rabbit that was my friend, Col. , who didn't AND THE WEST. 3f butter made, and all attempts to so COSSTBUCTIOX. has nover hod any experience with a wish to be lied about, and couldn't bear Sleeping Caia and Dar Ooathea to St. Louli Withof cither the butter or So long oa wood must bo used for jure statistics greyhound before, ho will start off at an to have tho truth told of him." out Chaste. easy .paco, but as he turns to wink de- floors and roofs, there can bo no such ;hecse production havo proved very un A California convict, who was about DAILY TRAINS 2 2 satisfactory. building. It is, thererisively at what ho supposes to bo an or- tiling as We find from data which we deem to bo hanged, coolly song a song to tho Louisville to Indianapolis, Chicago, dinary yellow dog ho realizes that there fore, proposed by one of the leading local journals do not companies that oil now fairly reasonable that the average pro- Sheriff, but the AND THE MOUTH is a paco in naturo hitherto unknown to know tho namo of the song. It must him, and tho look of astonishment, alarm structures, and particularly factories and duction per cow in 1870, reckoned in Kecllnlna Chair have been, "Break the Noosa Gently." Dar Coachea and Without t name. Cara Through and disgust, as he furls his ears and shops where wood is to bo used, shall bo jash, amounted to about $25. Meos-are- d a town in tho South of England a For Wnatilnaton. Baltimore--, I'hlladrl Ik by this sum the total productive or Tho prompdy declines the nomination, is made pbla. He York ttaiil Hoatou, nmusing. Under such circumstances he plan suggested is worthy of attention, value of the cow in tho four States men- lady teacher was teaching a class of juSho com- Thla la tho Vorr Beat Bout, ai You Hart No veniles in mental arithmetic. goes too fast for tho eyo to follow his because it often happens that, if the firo tioned, in that year, was 835,999,400. Chaoft of Train. nIuo per cow menced tho question, "If you buy a movements, and presents the optical il- can only be confined to the interior ot fn 1880 tho productivo liar Throifh Daj Coaeheioa AIITralaai tho building for even a fow moments, was about $35, owing to tho greater dis- cow for two pounds " when up came a lusion of a streak of a mile, Hare Ho Midnight Cbancea t and n half long. Austin Texat) Sift-in- much property, and perhaps many lives, semination of dairy knowlcdgo and bet- littlo hand. "What is it, Johnny?" s can bo saved. For the floors it is pro- ter prices received. Measured by this "Why, you can't buy no kind of a cow ArrlTa at Hi. Louli t lloara la Adiaata of Other Llaea, thereby arcurlnt mora lime tvr THE EZEXEXTS OF SUCCESS IS posed to use heavy timbers, 30.5 centi- sum wo find that tho cows of Wisconsin, for two pounds. Father sold one for making change, of cara and getting licit choir meters by 30 centimeters (12 by 11 Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota earned in ten pounds, the other day, and sho was LIFE. of aeau In cara of connecting line. avow, young genuomen, jot mo lor n inches), and on these to lay matched 1880 tho ast sum of $36,090,665. a regular old scrub at that." moment address you touching your suc planks 7.C centimotera (3 inches) thick. I'reihlent Jlood, at the Xbrthwettern " I deal," remarks the merchant; " 1 jjTo iDdUnijwIU and Chicago, and th onlr cess in life; and I hope the brevity of Over theso planks is to bo a layer of Datrumen' Qmvrntlon. turnip cut," adds the carpenter; nao awng line gieiog iu lairona a my remarks will increaso tho chance of rooflng-fe- lt pass," th ibore ot Lake Michigan. spades," says tho gardener; or mortar, nnd in this mortar hex rounicwa echo. their making a lodgment in your minds. is to bo bedded flooring-board- s observes the railroad Superintendent; of the An Austin man, of a literary turn of Lot mo beg you, in the outset of your usual thickness. Such a floor would lead hearts," adds tho beau; "I folFor Ticket. Rate. Time, Mi, Ac, apply to is very fond of his dog that barks or Conurcllug aMnra, or career, to dismiss from your minds nil burn, but so slowly that fire would bo a mind, low suit," Bays tho tador with his little Ticket Agent addret K. N. llMOWN Southern 1'aucEger Agt., idea of success by luck. There is no long timo in eating its way througli. day and nfght. A neighbor asked what bill; trumpet," chimoa tho cornet-playe- r; S. E. Cor. 41b and Mala Kn.,Loulnllle, Kj. Or, to J. D. lllLL,Ueul, Emigrant Agu, moro common thought among young Tho aim is to gain time, for time is tho the dog s name was. "You cur," shouts tho butcher, ehtnon, Kentucky. was tho reply. "Echo," peoplo than that foolish one that by and ono element of safety nt all fires. For as tho dog runs off with a W. II. 81IATTUC. W. W. (len'l Tata. Agt., "What kind of a naino is that?" Uent Superluteudent, by something will turn up by which tho roof, tho supporting beams aro to bo steak. Thus many classes seem to bo Cincinnati, Ohl. was the namo of Ben Vorlich's m&do they will suddenly achieve fame or fort- of the same size, nnd tho top is to bo of gamii of. une. No, young gentlemen; things matched planks 7.0 centimeters thick, dog." "Who the mischief is Ben Vorlich?" itlir TO VIliTlSdUlail aHALT.-l'O- I CENTRAL don't turn up in this world unless some- and covered on tho outsido with any says that KENTUCKY A New York surgeon The owner ot tho dog smiled in derisbody turns them up. Inertia is ono of form of roofing that may be desired. depressed "whenever jou seo pimples the indispensable laws of matter, and Tho ends of tho beams aro to pass ion, and replied : THE M08T DESIRABLE ROUTE TO "You never could have read Walter In the center you my take that as a sign things lie flat where thoy ore until by through tho outer walls, and to bo fin Smull-pupustules apScott's 'Lady of tho Lake.' In tho of small-posome intelligent spirit (for nothing but ished as brackets to support the plankpear first on tho face, then on tho neck spirit mokes motion in this world) they ing that is carried to tho ends ot tho chase Ben Vorlioh was ono of tho prin- and hands, and afterward ou tho body. And decldedlr th PoDular Itoule. aObrdlnf. aa It cipal hunters. Echo is tho namo of doe, leaa change and aupertor acrouimodalTone to aro endowed with activity and life. Do beams. his dog. Don't you remember whore it At first thoy are the sizo and have t he not dream that some flood luck is going Minouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texas, solidity of small shot, but u layman says : bXVDY OF HUXAX XAXUUE. to happen to you and give you fortune. would not be able to judgo of them un- Th North, Northseat and Weil. Id fact, If you " So ro4 Ila Vorllcb'. Eiho knew. tup In a trip In any dim lion, your tntereal The teacher arose immediately after ho Luck is an ignis fatuus. You may folwill ruur tteketi via " This dog never takes a rest either, til on and after tho fourth day, when coot ha ltftrv.d be nunhuloeeach way t; full . low it to ruin, but not to success. Tho called tho. school to order. There was K. dopressod in tho con tor and manC and Cincinnati. ITraUa Day uoacne, anu thoy become ciijl him Echo." ralar ait; fJigant nw great Napoleon, who believed in his a look of pain on his gentlo face, and he bo I tnalr Tho neighbor did not ray anything, surrounded byacirclo of pink that turns hindaouitly furolibeu Uecllnlug bit Old Cara lortu KallaM, the unequaled equuiueuti of I destiny, followed it until ho saw hia star seemed to bo feeling for an applo in his but that night ho softly called Echo to a dark crimson. Thoso pimples aro thereby making a trip oer thla Una on ol luxupockets, but ho was not. Ho go down in blackest night, whon the OIA coat-ta- il rious comfort aud pltaiur. 1 ry It. tho fence, gavo him a pieco of sausage, often so thick that they ruu together. Guard perished around him, and Water- was feeling for something, but it was not TIME TABLE. IN EKfEO DEC. SI, ml. and now Echo is as silent as Ben Vor-lic- There is an odoraccompanyingthodiscase loo was lost. A pound of pluck is worth an apple, and it was not in his pocket, No. J. and oven more bo. Texa 'tftingi. that, onco noticed, cannot bo forgotten SOVTU. No.. I No. 6. no glanced around the sohool, and every a ton of luck. Coilogton SVItOLAhTIO METHODS. Lt. Falmouth.... 00 aam 1 JO P tu 1 00pm Young men talk of trusting to tho spur faco was either oblivious or mischievous, 40 m 4 10 p in " At a dairy farm near Berlin, where 10 Odprn Cyntblana - 10 to a ui pu 10 llpu Thcio is food for thought iu tho folof tho occasion. That trust is vain. except Waller Crane's. Walter Crano's there aro 100 cows, to tho consternation 11 SO a m pu 40 pm " Tarli lowing : "Lor, missus," said tho old Arr. Islington.... II 15 p U 1120 pm Occasions cannot wear spurs, young face, bent over his Latin grammar, hod of tho owners, tho wholo herd got drunk. Islington .. izipu 7 SO p m II 15 u gentlemen. If you expect to make such a profoundly studious expression, For two days tho cows were wholly in- dnrky, " what inck you pay money fur Lt. Wlncneite- r- 3 31 p u impu lilOau Arr, a 01 p m 00 p m llllui Mt. Hterllog.. to send tho chile to bchool ? I got ono was so sublimely free from guile, it was tractable, spurs, you must win them. If you wish it 7 31 p attempting to goro the milkers Aabland... . OS p m Tuam lluntlngion.. to nso them, you must buckle them to so angelically innocent, tho teacher called and bellowing in concert. By some smuit boy, Jonas, but I larns him "But, Aunt Charlotte," replied No. 1. No. 6 No. S. h'oatii. your own heels before you go into tho him to tho big desk, and, as Walter's mistake the person watering the cows JO a m fight. Any success you may achiovois wondering eyebrows arched themselves turned tho faucet of a barrel of com tho lady, " how can jou teach tho child Lt. Huntington Aihland-.- .. not worth having unless you fight for it. into silent but expressive interrogation brandy, which happened to Ih placed when you don't know ono letter from Mt. BtefllDg., II JS a m S SO a m 10 a u 1121 p m Whatever you win iu life, you must con points, tho teacher handled a long switch near the water faucot, nud tho trough, nnother'f" "Howl teach him? Ijis Arr. Wlucheeltr Leilogtou i id p in IU a in inek htm tek do book an sot down on do Lt. Lexington 15 a in and said: "Yes, Walter, yes; it was t In pu 7 Mam as is put quer by your own efforts, and then it i instead of being filled with water, re- llo', nnd den I say, 'Jonas, you tek yo Sft pul ' Parle. -.. INpu very neatly done ; and now if you will " Cynthlanau... S M p u yours a part of yourself. ceived brund v. 10 l a m 5 35 pm " Kaluioutb. less leggo eye from that lxxk, much Again : in order to havo any success just stand out hero for one minute J will 15 p m 11 55 a m 6S pm Arr. CoTlogton... announces in 1st Mm an' I akins vou alivo 1"' M. DcrouncET in life, or any worthy success, you must show you just about where that pin MAYsVILLE DIVISION his yard two bars Monde i that he has iu rqsolvo to carry into your work a full- caught mo." A man at the Executive Mansion who No. Lt. Lealngtou f pu Arr Maya Till SlOpm Ou am No. 10 ' MaraTlll Lexlngtou Mam And ho showed him not once, but of iron planted in tho earth, to each of wanted to see tho ness of knowledge not merely a sufil Mayailll President wrote as No. II ' Parle 20 a m. 45au is fixed a conductor ot coated No. IJM MijMlMe IS 'Jm " Uilotoo t Wjiia cioncy, but more than n sufficiency. In many times, to tho great disgust of stu which follows on his card as an inducement to this respect follow tho rule of tho ma- dious Walter Crane, and tho infinite do- - copper wire, terminating iu his receiver, be let in : "My wife is a personal friend No. 6 tuna dally aud hat day coachit from a tvlephove. These, he says, to Washington, Pullman tuetpera to Kioa. chinist. If they want a machine to do light of all the rest ot the school, and apparently of one of your groomsmen." wba rail. W Va and Utcllnlrg Chair Car to Lei. moro especially big Sammy Johnson, never fail to give notice twelve or fife the work of six hoi sea, they give it Initon blopa only at auilou on K C K. II. F. J. Cheney & Co., proprietors Hall's when Urn la glu. No. 1 runt dally, except teen hours in advance of every storm power, bo that they may have a Did Walter Crano really put tho pin in coachea to Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for snj Sunday) baa throughSunday) baaHun, lugtun, Nu. the teacher's chair, children. Ah, no. which bursts over tho town. thmugn coach 4 runa dally, except reserve of three. To carry on the busicase of Catarrh that can't be cured with to Mt. Atcrltog aud parlor car to Maanil. No. S know anyness of life you must have surplus pow indeed and truly ho didn't run. dill; i hat elegant day coach from Washing Tub United States is, so to speak, the Hall's C.tarth Cure. Sold If Penny & Ion. Pullman blwper from Kanawha Kail and. John-soer. Be fit for more thau tho tiling you thing about it. It was big Sammy parlor cara from Lealog on to Cincinnati duly and pork barrel of tho world i McAllster, Stanford, Ky. who grinned and rubbed his liands three alopa. No. I and S run dally, eacepl 8uu aro now doing. Let every ono know Thouundi are being cured of Catarrh day. and liar through coachea fruu lluullugcm tho 80,000,000 swino in tho civilized every timo Walter "hollered," who did of andMt Merllng Direct connection at Lealogioo that you havo a reserve in yourself; world 34,000,000 are to bo found in werr year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that with elag for ItUbuioud.Ky , Lawraocburg,a.y that you havo more power than you are it. Thus wo see that i ometimes in tho and aald could and VaraalllM, Ky. America. During tho year ending June the doctors had given up C. L. IIHOWN. O. W BENDEH. now using. If you ore not too large for BludJr M luysioguomy tho wisest teacher not be cured 76 cents a bottle. Sold by superintendent. Oen'l Paie. A TkL Agt. m " Hwodotmi observes, "bito ofl 80, 1880, we sent abroad $81,000,000 General otBce, CoTlogtoo, Ky, tho plaoo you occupy, you aro too small i Peony A McAlIater, Stanford, Ky. worth of pork, and bacon. more than ho run chew," for It. Jame A. OarltUl, R bal-loo- n, jack-rabbi- t. TllK ItOLt MOTHElt 1A1UU tjar in mind tho evening' text, "And tho door was shut," and you may, perhaps, realize the effect ot tho following, told with a little of tho Hootch burr clinging to tho profiler's tonguo and tho "plniu" speech making tho pathos) stronger: Ono of tho younger girls in n littlo Tillsgo was led away into Bin, perhaps by tho cxnmplo of somo of hor companions, and leaving her homo went away to London. But ono day whilo proceeding along tho street she cnino by a church and heard tho congregation singing nn old tuno sho know well Sho Kiuscd a moment, nnd whilo listening n sudden vision camo to her of tho homo alio had left, her father and mother, tho quiet villago and tho simplo nnd ptiro hfo that had onco been hers. A longing swept through her heart just to creep over tho threshold of homo once moro nnd uit at her mothor's feet, no matter if it wero in sin nnd in shnnio even, though sho brought her disgrace with hor mother was thcro, nnd forgiveness nnd lovo wero there. So sho traveled tho long distance to tho littlo village, but tion?" "It is duo to both, and to ono about feeling that sho must not bo seen com. as much as another. Bnt tho tcrriblo ing homo by tho neighbors. Weary and bodily injuries they reecivo aro tcyond footsore, and longing though sho was, dispute Tho worst injuries aro not dio hid in tho fields till dark, and then always those which knock a man out of tho waited and waited, fearing that sho his senses. Severe bruises about tho araM not mako it right with "foythcr," chest and ribs aro much more apt to till "foythcr" should bo gono to bed. ind she could find mother alone. And inflict permanent injury." "How do dio, as far when sho camo to tho house her beating ticartjtopped iu fear, for tho lights wero as your observation goes?" "Thoy dio prematurely of weakness gone, and sho remembered that tho door and disoaso brought on by their injuries. nras shut at night. Yet, at any rato sho In fact, they dio at or about tho timo must Beo, and her heart leaped again when sho found that tho door was open-Ligwhcn,if they hod not been as was her foot when sho stepped thoy would havo been at tho prime of life. Charley Gallagher died at tho ago within, ono car heard it, and hor mother's voice, low and trembling with hope, if DO, of consumption, caused by an received in his fight with Davis. ipoko from an inner room : " Jeanie, Davii foil ou him, planting his knee iu is it you?" "Yes, mother, and oh, 1 His upper left breast. Brandy bears feared to fiud tho door shut" Spake tho blame of killing Tom Sayers, but, Ltho mother: "An' Jennie, lass, tho doot in my opinion, ho died of tho injuries bos nao been shut sinco yo lift." ilicted by John C. Hecnan. Heenan Sacramento Jlecortl. jumped off n train and hurt himself, and UltVHTIl OF THE HA1HY IXTEIIESX tome lay tho blnme of premature death Tho last decade has witnessed a marm that accident, but ho died of felons growth in dairying enterprise in produced, iu my opinion, by and by tho punishments ho tho Northwest, Taking tho four State got in his fights with Sayers and King. 3f Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin and Minne- John HorrisBcy's death is laid on iota, we find that in 1870 thoy con Blight's (license, but he had stood beat- laincd, nil told, 1,430,970 cows. Of this ing enongh to kill ten men, and I Ihv Qumbcr, Wisconsin had 303,377, UK Qois C10.321, Iowa 369,811 and Minne- lieve that is what killed him. Yankoe OF fEUE-HOBEEX "You want to know how much km g ago docs to the human anatomy, do you T" said Ben nogan, the Mangolist and "Well, tako n look at mo. I am in much better condition than I was when I reformed, three and a half years ttgo, but I estimate that my vitality is only CO per cent, of what it would have been if I had never been n fighter. Tho shocks and bruises that a man gets in tho ring hurt him moro ten years afterward than they do whon ho gets them. I havo been terribly beaten on tho head in my time, and thoso old wounds noV regularly onco a year. Whon 1 was 23 years old I was so strong and healthy that nothing could tiro mo. I used to think that a man was simply a fool who got tired. But nt present, when I ought by rights to bo still stronger, it worries mo oven to stand on a platform and talk." of fighters duo to "Is tho tho pounding they get or to dissipaX prize-fightin- sssssassfaaBaammtsam PLSJSAsrrjxs, Moses ww a Hush nn. A WHAT BECOMES dtotor'h tree Willowe. Hot wether Boost mutton. A decree of e. (Jobs ngainat tho tide Failing! II. V Monlnfl. T. ry funds- - mornrng and rrayer Meeting etiry -- STAhFOrtD, KY- .Kunday fehool at SCO a. St. Thureday oleht. . Ke-TII. C. Morrlwn APTTsf.-ll- ar J M llaoc. Paator. Herlca W, P. WALTON, Proprietor. n rVrood and Ponrth Bumlsia, morning and night. Prates Meeting eeery Wednesday after noon. Hnn.lsy 8lfo( Slag. 24x50. Kliht com tl aria ol Hrrn. (Superintendent.Kchonlat 10 a. at, R, R. tHryow ery Healing rapacity. Including gallery, aoo, I good attractions. Addrras ltcMnabl ralea IIIIINTIAN - Worship by th congrrgstlnn T aa elor. ere Lord' tlsr Pmichlna be lr J. W. fax onfecond end I urih lord's days, "unday Ochool as f 10 io rererance, nnperiniennrni. "Th niol Jnslly anrreofnl effort of modern lil-ndlcrTScEU literature -( lklf.it tlrela dl News. nitfllYTPItlAN. rtll'TII - Iter 0.I. John W. I ror. rwitor Kun.lse Mcbral l t Iteul, eiuperlntemlent. Union Prayer Meeting on MrTTIIOlllMT.fOUTII.-lla- OPERA HOUSE!, enntrn ninrcnirti. nlghtcic,r,t the iblrt B C THE MIDWINTER irllllliUAiiil ' CENTURY! Nftlahl "' "" 1 among the contents of this fnedally . . a nil ..a .o. sL. laj lj4nili( ClIipTt-- .. 01 a.iiuuT'l Pl at. Wouihii' NiMiKiMlour' . . Mat. I !. tlf tl It. . ... lory dealing with thrrroMmor wtr-hrtimouc ......v.. ,.,,,,w.IIH,n, imiarriui in issu in rtiid a dncrlptlr psper on A Maaav II.. MiticrlcHii KltluTH," By M a Van liens elier.wllbreprfttMlloni of the le.dlna American etchers, (.lateen pictures) "A lists' Models In Ntw Yo'k. ' Hlu.trstM by Ilium. Hums, InneM, Jr , and others; biographical paper nn Krcderltk lllu.lralr-- l artenlrawlnca by .u Maimer. Mimas, raie iirrenssray, an i omers i This prepaniltnn I pnrele veaelshl and fre nita or rtan. r n u and My Adtemurea inZunl ' ty Prank II (uil.lnj, from all it mt .Ii of worms an hlslnrlcal paper by tienrge W I'ahle, on "The ll is aha,, hnr.Mt nam 1 fnnaaut' auaeattng rrom ih syirm to I'reolea In Ihe American llemlti Ion," Uluilrated lhntolt1elli aceatntneiti It is mil will tah and rlniilien ' by Pennclli a olographic! sketch of It as readily n tl.er w I ti etliirh should recninnK ml 11 10 e r luumekerper Parrnla can apply It with aafrly ami eparkllug eyea. hafpr UcorKO iVIIIIhiii CitrllM, farra, and jovoui spirits will iinctinloiile eaivea nne 11 la the wnfsr the gratiiiele of lb lltti sear-MAffferlhat Is pteaaant In take IMitunln Tlata, ami sul.1 hy dealers at laenl'ht iCnfuffiSVERrrSE. t tnre. tkrr, ..ira pay-ren- t. x prize-fighte- rs m i n,a prize-fighte- rs ht ry cents. Trr bottle Manurai'l ireii br C VHHlHtr. Hillock Poole Th nnlilustrated leatniea of I CO. egin: tan Mali, nltr.i, t.multnilr, Ky. numlr Include a powerful cajy n'ThJew Ish Problem," by Mlu Cmnis Laiarus; a humor ousatiiry,"ThFpcctral Meeigage, ' by Prank It,' For aal "n Mlanlonl by I'aaar AMcAlirrta. Morktuo; leatureaof Ihe .New Noilh-West- ,' by I ' K. V. Mnalley,.te , ele , by stedman. nlnd dard. Juanuln Miller, ami)nis ami .l.iMiuu.nl. nlhr. of great Imercst a laplial Ijiuiij oh nwiuouri.e 117 Helen iiray tone. rlee, AI rents. 1 1 a )rar u mtu m. for a n ne f month's sulicilpi.,n, 'eglnnlng villi tha num ter, ami lacludli.g all ol W i llixell'a 110.. I IvrSlw sml ibe Ibrt lii k numtara aheaile lisued In this toIuiii. Contaltilog ttrsi intnrreof "A Lei.lorMCIattn"ad that lem.i.il.le srtlra ofpapers, "The I'hilitisii laniaiieol l.inu.i'iiul cumlele. All dealers sell nuuioeo an I lake sub eciipllous, or ttrulllau r may I 11 aJe timet to the rr TllK VKXTt'HV CO., Ne York Micted, Attention DIt. UANN'SUOEUIES! FOH TnB MILLION. MANUFACTURED BY W It. OANN, M. u, - 'CuroH CotiRhn. Co Id ft Crnup, Hron ohltfs. LarynRltii, nnokinfr, Spai-iinodiChronto and Wiioopiap; D, Coughi, b'oro Throat Soro Chegi, I o, g MONTICELLO. KY. Th werld la tilled with th wonderful, laautl-f- ul and Intricate Intentions ol mso, yet all th combined latent and senilis Ih a th world Mas ee er known besneter produced anything that can compare with 'Ir. Uanu's Itemedle'' Medlral skill snd science base, aa yel, laileil to illscoser any thing equal lo them, fir th cur of th die aac for which they irs renniuesjej. Aa their Tlnuea and use ar pralaed by thousands throughout tb length and breadth ol lb land, aud as Mlandanl Kamllr MeUlclnea, they cannot b ex celled, an ' ar lull subetanilaletl by Ih strong-e- at testimonials For Congbs. Culdt. Croun. llronchltla. (iin.uuin. lion and all Illsvaaeaaol th Throat and Lungs, ao wr.T Congested Lungs, Indaracd Lungi, Pnoumonla. eot In J II W4THOf, O II U -- frarl Mreel, Cloclanatl, blast-furnac- e. jack-rabb- it HALL'S ATARRI. 13 Ci-ar- rh Louisville to Cincinnati! Uho Dr. CaHiiit'et Coiieti Syrup. Ok IAl.q nlo IC.CoIlIt.;i JED PY rilYEI. Tor Liter Complaint, Dyspepsia Indigestion Jaa a dice. Constipation, Flour Stomach and all llllloua Disraaei, Umc Dr. tiaiut'M I.Uer Cure. Dr. Oiiiiii'h I.liilinviit. Burns, Flslula and all ' jack-rabbi- t. XioulNvillo to St. IiouIm For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Rnralne, llrulse aud Hwelllngs antxternal applleallon for minor beast of tho Masai (.atltr-Chroana Ulcorat.tol -- atarm of tho Cor. I. to or Throat, it 9 takon INTlHNALLY, una OTLY tho Dloott ne3 O.R Ourf.tooaupontho Brctom. nnd of It Mucous In fast Dlood Purincr thattho WO LD, .ind 13 woriri ALL la charuod for It, for THAT alono. ltio Umc e ONLY BLOW-lWllXI- For Pile, Hemorrhoid, similar disease, Mm . 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Tbo allgbtoat attack ot (ever may be a jreludu to tbo worst, and the remedy that would conquer It whilst lt Is yet In Its commencement, may be ot do value when It It at Its full development. Particularly la this tho raao with ltaons around whom tbo pestiferous Influence ot Malaria clings In Ihe form ot Dumb Chills, Brow Ague, Painful Spleen, and Weak Stomach. For tbe (uro ot all the above pursues this preparation stauda unrivaled, and Its good and permanent tffeeta aro attested by thouaanda, and It Is recommended alike by tho ablest medical men and Ihe ministry TRY IT, all you that are aflllcted, and be convinced o( Us wonderful power and beneficial effects. .- IUiu llliu t.tiu Fr Ftr, nine-hors- -- pig-pe- n STOMACH BITTERS For Hulu In Htuttforil lay 1 lrd l'oiuiy A; MoA-lUlur- ,