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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 13, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883021301_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 13, 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. jtemi weeklg T k9j W Imiftial NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME 510. He Swam Into the Admiralty. STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13,1883. The Deut Landlord. Ho 121. Apologies. i I X'SbPt tt'Daisyrfeho'ifli Dumpling ' ' 1 borrowed it and put it in pa's pistol pocket, whero ho keeps his tobacco-bo- x, and when tho choir get moat through singing pa reached hit hand in his pocket and begun to fumble around fy a chow. Ho touched tho spring, and just as everyhidy Iwwrd their heads to receive tho ' and it was so still you oould hear n began to gum drop tho mutic-b- ix play, and in the stillness it rounded as Well, I just loud as a church organ thought ma.would iink. Tho miuia ter heard it, and ho looked toward pa, and everylwdy looked at pa, too, and paVurned rcd,' aml.tho muiic-bn- x bent-dictu- tween tho English and Dutch, ?' A editor and Proprietor English flan ship, commanded by Ad r. 5? WklTtNfc Manager miral Norborough, was drawn into tho - "By thickest of tho fight. Tho masts wero i'lfMinfir-iMint lyiiliiu'i soon shot away, and the mainmast foil 'uriffffti wnh a fearful crash upon tho deck. HU.tJO 11211 ANNUM. Admiral Nar borough raw that all was Amrl'lMMdoa'iMiKl ttaniiw InVeyment of nib- - low. unless ho could bring up hiiahips Hastily scrawllngan etecpt to rnlmtrnnir. unil then ef tle- - from the right. nralnetl(ntnotnerlhreeenU. order, ho called for volunteers to f. swim across tho boiling water under Itlio hail of shot and shell. A dozen J7i flao 5o ai. "Well, you nro tlia menneU boy I sailors at onco ofTcrcd their services, over board or," said tho grocery man. and among them was a cabin boy. "Why' said tho admiral, "what "Hut about your pa's dancing a clof- jdanco in church Sunday? Tho minis can you do, my fearless lad ?" "I can swim, sir," tho boy replied; trr'a hired girl wits in hero nfler onio fwdfwAlycitcnUy morning arid alio "if I bo shot, I can bo easier spared had than any one else" . Mttd UHjijroJnettcr said your p j ScandllileJ ISetiurchJa the; worst hesitated; liisVmen men wero his posilionwas "0, ho didn't dance in church. Ho desperate. Tho boy plunged into tho t?as a little excited; that'a all. You sea amid tho cheers of tho tailors mid tec, pa cliewa tobacco, and it'a pretty was soon lost to sight. Tho battlo bnrd on him to ait all through tho tor ragul fiercer, and, as timo went on, mon without taking achow, and ho defeat seemed inevitabto. But just Ho always reaches as hopo was fading, n thundering can nervous. get around in his pistol pocket when thoy noiifldo was heard from the right, and staDd up to sing tho last tituo, and tho rf servo wero seen bearing down and gcta out upon the enemy. Ily sunset the Dutch feels in his tobacco-bo- x chow and puts it in his mouth n lieu fleet was scattered far and wide, and a tho minister pronnuuecs the boncdia tho cabin boy, tho hero of tho. hour, tion. Ho always does that. Welf, was called to receive tho hononduo my chum had n present ori Christmas him. His modesty and bearing so just about n big us j won tho heart of tho ol d admiral that of wmusje-bo- x, ana all you havo tol he exclaimed : pa'n tobacco-bo- x, ttwpuchja "pring, and it plajsj "I shall live tosce ;rou have a flag "lSTTs rV.WimrM', f .g. . iT During n IcrriMo naval battlo be tho i i tint j few-an- dois ship of your own." Tho prediction was fulfilled when tho bjy, having lieoome Admiral CIoudeley Shovel, was knighted b) the King. We Men Who Succeed. keptiip"'Sho' ister lookod mad people betu. to put on aud tho raini'tcr told tho deaoun and'lhe min aiulsuid 'Amen,' and wasido dispirited and despondent. It to The great ditlercnce among mon, ol all callings, is energy of character, or tho want ot it. Given tho 'same amount of learning and Integrity. nnd the same opportunities, nnd energy will mako ono mail a conqueror. The want of It will see tho other a total Dead beat failure? nro all mcu withuit force. They had as good n chance as any of their companions. O.hers went ahead aud carried ofT tho prizes, whilo they were lying by the .hunt up tho source of that worldly muilc) and thoy toik pi into tho room Gaels of the vpulpit and searched him, and ma aaya n will have to bochurch and I ed. They kept tho musio-bo- x have got to carry in coal to get money eaoaghto buy uiyohum a new music Peek's Suu. box. A St. Louis man of wraith, being about to undergo n dangerous surgical operation, sent for a lawyer to draw a will. Ho coolly and carefully explained that his only relative wero nieces, who had firmly convinced him that thoy carod nothing for him nsido from his. money, and that he had long befuro decided to lcavo them nothing. His reasou for previously making no Will was that ho had not decided whom to enrich, or whether ho eluuld let his oslnto go to charities. In viow ot u possibly latal result the surgeons' work, ho wovcr, he would doviso overy thing to his landlady, who had taken excellent caro of him and was a deserving wpman. It was cloar that, iu CAo ho recovered, he meant to destroy the document. Nevertheless it was drawn with legal care, witnesed by the several physicians, and signed by tho testator IIo died within an hour. Wills aro contested beforo juries in Missouri, and tho nioces won a verdict against the will; but the Court of Appeals decides that there was no reasou for belioving that it was made under any uuduo inllueiico or fruud, and therefore it must Maud. " ' '" '' " ' departuro a few There niglits 8iuoe at'McMinnvilloTciiii , to raiso money. to buy n church organ Tho plan devieed was asalo of the to tho.highent liiddrj. young ladle The young men were out en iimr-ae-, and ono by ouo tho fair lailit' with kuockod down by the auctioneer to the highest bidder. Mmiy ot the bcllet bnuight fabul hj prices, nno oe- statio iMcholuivbiililiiig.. '.'Iieaveu and earth" fur the eirriii liisfchoiceT At barter wax uot taken, be was r quired to maknhlH bid hi tloltors uiyhcentH, whlch"hodid fn a iiawlo'n6 pneo and got his prize Tho mile resulted in pleuty of money and lots of tun. h takes nerve, vim, perseverance, patient contiuuauce in well doing to win a ereat prize. Andthoyouug man who goes into a profession without this pluck uud force will not earn salt to his porridge. He will drug along through lifu with the help of friends, getting somo credit with them for being n well meaning man, iu delicate health and unlucky. Tho rcable trouble, is ho hicks energy. All tho learning iu tho world will not qualify n man for usefulness. It requirespush, stamina, vigor, courago, resolution, in ono word will, determination N. Y. Observer energy. A story ia tells of a boarding-homApologies for poor dinners aro genkeeper who is sfilicted with a erally out af place; but when a lady very convenient dcroo of deafness. hns a forgetful husband, who, without IIo hears only when it is for his adwarning, brings homo a dozen guests vantage to do so, and is apt to misun- to sit down to n plain family dinner derstand to his own interest. Bill prepared for three or four, it is not in gives tho tallowing instance of this human nature to keep absolute silence. What to say, and how to say perversity; ''Whon I went to brcakfdU yester it, form tho problem. Mrs. Tucker, day morning, I went up to the counter tho wifo of Judgo Tucker, df and askod my landlord if anybody hnd solved this problem years called to k for mo " ago. Sho was tho daughter or ncice "Says tho landlord: 'It will be of Sir Peyton Skipworth, and celodollars at tho end of bratcd for her beauty, wit, caso, and just thirty-fiv- o this week.' graco ot manner, tier temper anil "Said I: 'Has thoro been a man tact wero put to tho proof ono court- hero to tee mo this morning n day, when tho Judgo brought the acman?' customed linlf score of lawyers, for "Glad you want to pay it now; I whom not tho slightest preparation need money very badly,' says my hnd been rasdo, tho Judgo having landlord." quite forgotten to remind his wifo that "Then I yelled: 'Has anybody it was court-day- , and sho h&wplf, aikcd for mo this morning?' " strango to tell, having overlooked the "No, I don't want to sua you, but I fact. shall expect tho money next Monday, Tho dinner was served with elesure,' says my landlord." gance, and Mrs. Tucker made herself " 'All right, I'll payyou,' yelled I.' very charming. Upon rising to lcavo " 'You needn't yell in that way. I tho guests, sho said: am n littlo ucat, 1 know, but l can "Gentlemen, you havo dined still hear it thunder', says my laud- - with Judgo Tucker; promise mo that lord." with me." you will diuo "Then comes iu another boarder, This was all of her apology, whero and says 'Good morning.' " upon the gentlemen all said that such " 'I'll bco in n minute,' says the a wife was beyond prico. The Judge landlord; 'I believo it's only about fif- then explained tho situntion, and tho teen dollars.' " next day there was n noble banquet. Moral: Never worry a guest with "So it goes right nlong. I'm go ing to pay up next Monday," says Bill, y ur apologies. Lippincott's Maga ''and you liet I'll never stop with an zine. other deaf landlord not if I know floers in the Fashionable World. gmia City (Nev ) - Eutcr- There is at least one thing natural prise. in tho foshionnble life in Now York tho flowers. Never was nionoy spent Rital Comedians. It wasj formerly customary to make moro frcoly in floral decorations than tho Grave digger in "Hamlet" a com- it has been this season. ic character, aud all sorts of tricks The prevailing taste for flowers has were effected for that purpose. Amoug a breath nnd a touch of nature in it other comicalities it was held sacicd that is sweet and frcsh.nnd is as pleastliut he should wear an indefinite ant in the drawing room as the smell land in the fields on number of waistcoats Paul Bedford, of newly-plon- ed in bis "Reminiscences," related how a day in spring. Wo read of flowers at balls, flowers Edho acted once at Nottingham. ward Wright ww First Grave digger, at receptions, flowers at weddings. Here were roses, hyacinths, and lilies I'aul Secondr Tho Fust Grave-digg- er prepared himself to take the placed in largo Persian jars and vases; town by storm, by having incased bis there young ladies nt the ball carried of as many as six bouquets apiece; and at person within a dozen waistcoats all sorts, shapes aud patterns. When a third placo was a marriage ceremo about to commence tho operation of ny under n floral canopy ornamented digging the grave for the fair Ophelia with five largo bells of flowers. This the chief began to unwind by taking happy pair, wo suppose, look forward ofT waistcoat after waistcoat which with confidence to a lifo five times as caused uproarious laughter among the happy us that which is said to bo N. Y. audieucc. But ns the chief digger "merry as a marriage bell." relieved himself of ono waistcoat, Ledger. Paul, the boy digger, incased himself Last Saturday evening 29 lepers vests which increased were sent from the branch leper boa in tho cast-o- fT the salvos of laughter, for, as No. 1 pital to Molokai by the steamer grew thinner, No. 2 grew, fatter and Mokolii. Tho steamer anchored off g, o-one-eye- d y itl"-Vir- "I'okerBill" Cold Weather ties Irom Montana. About 8 o'clock last night not a man was visible ou Main street. They were all rushing for n seat ou a stove. At the offico of tho Montana Lumber Company this morning, at 10 o'clock, a thermometer hung up on the wall, within four feet of a red hot stove, registered 14 degrees liclow Opora Block, freezing point. In ono of tho Butto restaurants tho WHll-lHcr- . Mtifclrnl Wlnr, cooking department is a board addi DrtiRS CImmiiIcuIk, IllHlrillHEMltK. liookM, I.lmiorx, tion standing out from tho main build-inSJIKHW, Mniioucry, I'oekel Nohjih. TobHceoH. Cut I lory. and though tho stove this morn LHIIIflH, Perfumery, Jrlnelilnc Fire .iriiiH. ing was made red hot, tho Chinaman 2VoeiUen. ,Ie nelry, silverware and ptlcal (Jooda Department Is In Charge of Col. to cook somo hot cakes. was unable Our They froze solid on tho griddlo, and Thos. Richards, who will llepalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In tho best style. had to bo chopped off with a hatchet. A prominent citizen went to tho hydrant this morning to draw n buck et of water, aud in returning to the house spilled a littlo of its contents, into which he accidentally put ono .VAIK.OK, foot. Beforo ho could make another step ho'was frozen to tho ground and was compelled to leave his boot in the WUhe to Inbrtu hl I'UromorStinlonUalTlclnltjr lht h htirrccltol road and hop into tho house on ouo leg. Butte (Montana) Inter-OceaA Splendid Stock of and Winter Goods, M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, Ky., ?, H. G. RUPLEY, Fall Stanford, Mi:itH AMI Kentucky, guar-antee- d, is claimed to bo the largest Which he guarantees to mako up in first-clas- s pension paid to ono person in tho Unior no sale. Cutting and Repairing ted States has been settled in St. Louis. The itensioner was honorably discharged from the army in 1804 on nc count of injuries, and in four days thereafter ho became totally blind, and has so remained over since. His case has been pending for 1C years. Tho aggregate sum accruing to date, and which he received, was 29 003.47. S. II. Ho will hereafter receive during his on liniul n life 874 month. What style. Satisfaction neatly and promptly done. Mwiy i Sale t Feefi SSfTIAIBIlMlElIS .AJSTID :h:.a.:r,:lt:e:ss shop,, pr A small boy was once Chided by his Venerable Grandmother because he preferred lying abed to going to Sunday-school- . "Grandmother," the Boy said, "the Christmas and Santa Claus season has Passed. I have Concluded not to Worry any More about my Immortal Soul's Welfare until picnic just beforo the Sunday-scho- ol season recurs There aro 34,794 pensioners in Mas SBchuEctts, Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, nnd the aggregate of their pensions is 83,811,360 a year. Thousand bear wllntsw to Hie poftitire curative powers of the Great German Sold bj See advertisement. Penny & MeAlister. Stanford, Ky. Having bought out liauglunaii, wc will keep nice lot of Horses and Huggics, which wc will let at reasonable rates. Will' also board Horses by tho day or week. We are also iu rrJHLK. Kespeotfully, And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. COAL TRAXME, A. T. KUaJJtfEl.X.EY, 8TANFOHD, Kentucky. H. C. St. Asaph GROCER, IBlocXs, BRIGHT J Stanford. RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It euibriiccN Staple nnd Fancy Groceries, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, IJacon nnd Lard, Tobacco nnd Clj;HrH, Wooden, Willow nnd Tinware, GIasn aud QueciiHuarc. Canned GoodH ol nil kinds n Hnccliiltj'. Itcmcinucr the place, "The Corner Store." I Iihtc rectntljr orenrt In Richmond a Urge and compltt Mining Mill, and am prepared to furnish titty k!od of BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Wright teeing himself outdone, kept on tho remainder of the waistcoats nnd commenced digging Ophelia's, grave. fatter. - 'a -- "I understand that Mis Langtry has shortcut d her skirts two Inches iu Rosalind and seats are now $3 each," said Jttiiuuscliek'u busineH agent, to the distinguished tragedienne. "lUth er a high price for two inches," retort ed Madame severely, as she looked over her glasses with a frown. The Ashland Independent says: told of Daniel Webster, who onco had tho whole stage from Some of our exchanges seem to be un der thb fruprcssion thai Craft aud Neal Baltimore to Washington, with savo the driver nnd con havo not been tried and found guilty. o Whereas they were found guilty by a tcmplated that worthy's forbidding with a very uneasy mind. IIo jury of the best citizans of this county had nearly reasoned hta auspicious after a fair aud exhaustive trial, and fears away, wheu they came to the though thirtecu months have elapsed dark wood between Jiladensburg nnd suico the murders, several of the sharp Washington, when Air. Webster felt est lawyers in tho State, aided by all his courago oozing out of his finger that money could do, havo been una dnds as bethought what n placo it waa ble to find one cluo that would con for a murder. Suddenly tho driver ncct any ouo cUo witli the crime, whilo in addition to tho confession of turned toward him and roughly hia name. It waa given. Ellis, the proof of tho conspiracy and Then ho wanted to know whero ho planning of tho rape, overy bit of tho was going. "To Washington; I um a great array of circumsiancial ovideuco Senator," said D.uiicl, expecting his confirmed and corroborated tho testi worst thoughts wero near realization. mony that they wero the guilty parTho driver grasped him by tho hand, ties. sajing, "How glad lam, mister, to A CoMtfJo Fashion, Our fashion-hear that; I'vo boon propcrjy reared os announco for tho last hour, for when T looked ut as impending. One joung man is you I fell sure you were a highway said to havo already provided himself ' man. with them. If the fashion takes rapFame isiiol nucha very great thing. idly, so much padding will bo requirMr McKonzie, of Kentucky, nkul ed that we Aar there will bo h corner tho death ufToin in cork. nnd sattdust. Nature has not mo if I MarHhall, at Versailles, and his last been as liberal to us in all respects us words I did not, so ho told me. slio was to our grandfathers, nor as Marshall said as he turned bis ftu-- to liberal as to somo of our present sis tho window: "This is thoeiidl Iain ters. tiding on a borrowtd bed, under a Missouri is "about to spend 850,000 borrowed blanket, in a houfco built by in finding nuUauyut herself. She puhlio chant; I Uury me under that thatsho contains onio of tho onk tree where there is pleuty of. richejUares on earth, and- - a geologist I havo been crowded all my is to mako a thorough investigation. room lifu "- - Denver Tribune. Her soil is peculiarly rich and has nngol commonly been regarded ns a decom A ;nnu may smilo like uu on position of limcstouo aud sandstone; when he suddenly guts tin tee-bthe neck; but he will become hj furious but a scientific analysis will' now for us a wilil Indiau when. he dons his the first time determine tho question. overcoat in the morning and finds that The remark of the pious jKneas, tho his wife has forgotten to sow on tho classio exclamation, "Horresco refer vital button, as he requested the even- ens" "I shudder to relate" iV sup ing before posed to be the prototype of the mod It is (aid that Justice Iiradley will eru expressions, "I should blush to resign his seat ou the Supreme Bench murmur," "I should titter toejacu Lowell Citizen. late," Ac before tho 5th of March. vis-agmakers kuee-brecchbus-peoall .! the mariuo railway and the lepers wero brought from tho hospital in drags WcnllicrliourdliiK, Flooring, and taken to the littlo jetty at the NsimIi, IIIIudH, Laths, Doorn, quarantine grounds, from which thoy Ntalr- NIiIukIck. MouIdliiRH, were carried in boats to the Mokolii? Hiiyti, aVC. There was ono Chinaman in tho lot; tho others natives, sixteen males and At I aril at print auch aa tho abort arttclta can be twclvo females. A large number of bought In Loulnlllr, Cincinnati, or other whole-aa- lc liouaea, I am aura I can intko It to joui adpeople wero gathered at the hospital vantage to patronlaa homo Institution,, I am alio a practical to Bee their friends, and later, at 5 o'c. when the lepers wero takon to tho steamer, they assembled on tho shore to bid tho unfortunates a last farewell. And am prepared to furoUli dealgnt and eatliualea acrull work. and There was considerable wailiug by for buildings doingallnokin J. ofbuilneu, can b Judgeuiill That I am ed from the fact that in? bank account runa from those on shore, aud the parting was ll.GOU to 12 WO per week. Contracting and building dona promptly and at aimfTecting ono, Honolula Saturllrlnt prlcea. Addrcaa O. H. HTAFI'OHU. day Press. IKCLCDIJCO A. OWSLEY & SON, IlEALEIiK IN Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass,, , ."' ARCHITECT, Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Outlory, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, Salt, Limo, Cement, Fiold Soods, Plows nnd .Farming Implomonts. Call and soo tlio gonuino Hamilton Plow, A young woman in Bradford coun ty, Pa., went before n Justice of tho Peace with the man of her choico aud several witnesses, and made herself, OANN'S 11EMEDIES ! a wife, satisfactorily to herself, by n FOR THE MILLION. fiimplo promisa of fidelity, claiming legal MANUrACrUItED BY W K. OANN, M. P.. nothing from her spouse as a right, and insisted upon no ceremony. MONTICELLO. ICY. There wero no vows given under the The world la Ailed wild the wonderful, beautl form of tho law, ntid no pledges. The ful and Intricate Intentlona ol man, yet all the SAVE AND DURABLE! combined talent and uenlua tb it the world hat Justice took uo part in the marriage, er known haa nerer produced anything that can In fact, there li no Knclne that ciua'e It for t'rl Himr.li.iiy, Durability an! HdiiLUWork. It li " Medical i Ju.tTIII. l.M.INBtoDrlfe but sat in the room only as a witness. kill and with 'Dr. ilann'a Itrruedlce to dlarorer acleoce hare, u yet, tailed tho dU' idt for eoual to them, fur the cure This tirido is evidently doiiciiding ou oaacaIhlnirwhich they are recommended. of Aa their Tlnuea and uhi are cralwd br Ihouaanda through' hor conversational powers to keep her out the length and breadth ol tho lanj, andaa CORN SHELLERS, standard tauille Medicine,, ther cannot bo ex. PRINTING PRESSES mate in subjection. celled, an are lull euUtantlatnl by the alrong- - Afflicted, Attention 1I. OEEft. HOUSE BXiOOIC. THE BOOKWALTER ENGINE. rOItTAL! SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. c- nu act, iu substance providing, that who ever wilfully and deliberately does an act with iutent to do rail a moving train, propellod by steam ouany railroad, shall, upon con viction thereof, suffer death, ouch u man is iu his heart a thousand times, it may be, a murderer of innocent men, women and childreu, who have dine aud can do him uo barm." recommend "I tat leaiituooiaia. For Cougha, Colda, Croup, Uronrhltla, Coniump tion and all Dlwuwuot th Throat and uiugi, Wood Niuvs, Vho Ur. Ghiiu'h Cough Syrup. Por Lli.rroiuDlalnt.UTiiicnila. InJIjirltlon.Jaurf dice, Cooittpatlon, Hour btoiuarband all Illlloui uiwaAei, Ufco Dr. Uhiih'h Liter Cure. Cotton Gius, Corn Mills, BE Elevators, U Feed .Hills, SVltl.' re.s.sew, . .-- , m,,...- f - For itheuraatUiu, Neuralgia, gfriloi, Drulaea aud Hwelllnie-- as asternal application fur manor From Gov. B P Butler's Inaugural A youug member of tho Bowling For Frwh Cut, Burnt, Ulcere and Old tforca, Green bar was asked by a humorously inclined old practitioner, "what Vho Dr. Ghhii'h IMUcr-SweOintment. ought to be done with a man who had Tho budding UHoDr.GMun'ri Stomach Hitter committed suicide?" IUII.1,1. young Blackstouo studied for a mo- A and alto Tniilc Aiillter and Blood Furlder. Liter curea Djl.wp.la. Indication, periodical ment and replied: "Well, Judge, I Cooiphlot, Malarial lefra and all uj UlMaara. wanuuctur.a nuioreaie think he ought to bo ruado to support IX. D., "W. KT. the child." fBowlioK Green Demo Bole proprietor. MoutlceHo. Ky. MTAII or dire I crat. by ui.ll will recti fiouiid eluollon et m-- II 7i&metiMmja?5 Vho Dr. Gaiui'ii Liniment. 's. vr Ztr- Fori'ilee, Hemorrhoid!, Durni, l'iitula and all Cull at Tho Interior Jouriml OlHoe hhcI muoii of tho dcNlruble aim liar die. awe, Liitui'H In operation. ltvmeiHucr every Kii;liie I) ho Dr. GxiiirH IMlcOlitlment. Iimm our RtiHrHiitee. Hend It : t Creameries, rHKri.." caeW ysv .mmi. X....1.-..- ubatantlally We aay to all rmrchasera Ibat we guarantee our Ilookwaller Rnflne to be wetland made, tub aale,tluiile. durable and cuuvlete In komtructlon; to work well and giro the full lower We wale ttie abot guarantee, and tell on the follow claimed wben nroiwrly attached and mana( 1 Ing condlllcnt. la will glte the lurcbawrlht nrtt wdaj, after th arrlealof the l.nuioe to git It a lilr and aatlifactory trial) lu rue lb LLgluefalle to rtuenii to our guarantee, we win take back the Engloe, retund erery dollar receliedon Ihetngine, oroelded the purvhaacr reiuruatbe LogUttobU nearea' railroad autlou. and leaeea It aubleit to our order b; the clue olaald W dayt' trial. Certainly uoruantouija a lora more, iiuerai oner aou coniraj t. Jia (xl I'ower nine and Boiler .. Zel) tat aH.llorM Power tealne and Boiler ... UIN l'ower rojine ana iwner... ....... tQ M eHHorte l'ower Edglne and Holler . DelUerrl on cart at hurlnideld. Ohio. Fox further Information and deacriptlr ruiphlet, aidreM tb manufacturer!, 03 tt CO., NprluuHeltl, Ohio. JANKti LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .. LKFFEL A fmmmmtmmmmmimmmmmtmm-mm-mmmmmmim- m mmimmmmm bsr on Thursday last, appropriate resolutions were passed expressing the deep regret of the members that W. O Bradley, who has for a long lime been connected with the bar, and W B. Mason, recently a member, but for several years drpnty clerk of this court, are about to rever their connection with this bsr and cast their fortunes among stranger, and commending them to the watch care of the people with whom they will be nrtoclattd. Dwlghl Woods and Miss an Green stayed at the Hlgglna House Isst night, ac companied by Willie Wrann and Miss Emma Odor. They tako the train for Cincinnati to day, where the Grst mentioned couple will be made as one. We tender our sincere congratulations, and hope that they may be permitted to enjoy all the blessings that earth can afiord, The parties are from the Paint Lick neighborhood and well connected. The old folks are water bound and can't nuriue. Circuit Court closed" Saturday night, after a sitting of three weeks. Judge Hauf-le- y pushed things during the last week and a large amount of equity business was done; a great many of the old esses that were on Hie docket being ttnlihed up and stricken from the docket. The members of the bar are all well satisfied with the work that was done. Judge Saufley hss for some lime been a grest favorite with the members of the Lancaster bar and more than once we heard him suggested as tho successor of Judge Owsley, should he receive the nom (nation for Governor. We will say that he It eminently qualified for the place. If jou sre Up. Nttti' suffering with low ami depressed spir Stmi-ffilt- f t fjlj gnlcriorSwnoI Tuesday Morning, W. - February 13, 1883 EDITOR P. WALTON. The Now York Herald remarks that tho most rerntirkablo epeech jret mndo on tbo tnrifl question in Congress was jesterday delivered in tbo Senate by Air. Lamar. Mr. Lamar rightly that what tbo people want and demand is a lightening of the burdens of taxation, but ho shows that it is impofsiblo to effect a reduction of taxation and at the samo timo maintain a high protective) tariff. This fact is en tirely overlooked or willfully disregard cd by tho republican protectionists, who insist on considering the tariff, not in iu relation to taxation and rev enue, but solely in its relation to manufactures. Their ono object is proteo tion to certain favored industries, and they are determined to secure that at eral years ago thcro was much talk tho cost even of an increase if necessa- about that raco becoming extinct, so ry of tho burdens now borne by the fast wero they dying. Thelast census people. Senator Lamar's statesman-lik- o proves that such is not the case, for views ought to bo and doubtless they are multiplying and replenishwill bo read by the masses, and par- ing tbo earth a littlo too fast for its good. ticularly by every laboring man Georgia comes forward with the throughout tho country. His speech ia a thorough oxposo of tho protection champion deformity in the shape of a child seven years old, that has a head sham. will over- shaped liko a horse's head, while its We tear that Col. Jones reach himself in his desiro to make hands are minus thumbs, and ita fingcapital by having a few bosses in some ers have grown solidly togethor, but of tho mountain counties declare for covering the fingers is ono largo nail him for Governor, thereby leaving the to each band, presenting the unsightly appearance of a horse hoof. impression thatthosecountiesareunan imously for him. Such is by no means John II. Vondoholen, a New York the case, ior irom what we can gather grocer, was asked to fill a hat with he will not carry Morgan, at least, molasses to settle a bet. Ho did as when the proper day to instruct delo requested, and wheu ho got the hat off gates arrives. May Cth is the day ap- his oyes, lie found that the two slick pointed by tho constituted authorities young men who proposed tho diver for selecting delegates and instructing sion had disappeared with $274 out of them or not as the peoplo decide, and tho cash drawer. any action taken previously is irreguAfter summing up tho merits of lar and will not be recognized by the Mrs. Langtry as an actress, the Louis-vill- o Convention. Therefore let no one be Commercial comes to tho concludecioved when he reads that Morgan, sion that thero is no doubt that her Magoffin and Menifeo have declared necklace is worth $25,000. Freddie for Col. T. L. Jones or any other man should resent such criticism as this. for Governor. Dorsey and Brady have expended A prominent democrat tells the in their defence in the Star route triLouiavilio Commercial that he has figured tho relative strength of the guber- als about $75,000 each. natorial candidates with great care, and finds that Knott will go into the convention with 2C8 votes, Owsley with 245 and Jones with 220. "There is a prospect that eorao of the counties given to Knott will be divided with Owsley in which event ho will have 2G0 votes on the first ballot, on the second bo will get a majority of tho votes cost for Jones and the nomination, on which I am ready to bet money." It seems to bo the general belief that if Knott does not mako his jack on tho first ballot, which he is not likely to do, Owsley will be the "coming man" without doubt. Amen. Gov. Blackburn's tender heart has broken out in a fresh place. He was in Lexington last week, when a lot of soiled doves who run houses of there, got around him and with forced smiles on their painted faces and by tickling the old roan in tho short ribs, succeeded in getting him to set asiije the action of the grand jury that had indicted them. At any rate, as soon as he went back to Frankfort, he forwarded to the women aforesaid, thirteen pardons, thereby intimating that they could go ahead in their unlawful business without fear of consequences. ill-fa- me officially that notwltlnlsnd-In- g Rev. John T. Rogers will prtach at the the number of accidents of lute on the Christian chnrch next Snnday. Quarterly ty if the congressional majority sue held at the Methodist Chen A O It R , that In 13 years not a meeting will 1 coed in passing either of the pending single pnsencer hat ever been killed. , church next Baturday and Sunday. tariff bills in the form in which the F. II Smith takes the place of VinMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. subject stands in tho Senate or Tn tho cent as Treasurer of Alabsmi, and as he Sam. M. Burdttt, Editor. 1 House. Neither approximates that re- gives a bond of half a million and will Ellen, a daughter of Klley Rarnes, more closely watched than his predecessor, deduction of taxation and of bounties died on the 0th Inst, with consumption. the manded by tho public. They will safe. funds of the State are comparatively Timothy McCarty, section foreman at stand in tho altitude, cither of having A bill was Introduced In the House for this place, on tho L. & N. Railroad was refuted to do what they wero com- the appointment of a Commission to ascer- discharged on account of the wrecking of manded to do, or of neglecting to do tain the value of the plant of the various freight train No. 20, last week. ltockoAstle river was up In Sim it, as was commanded. Tho public telegraph companies, and what can be done Livingston last Thursday sentiment is clearly and decidedly to reduce the cost of telegraphic communi- Wsrd's porch at morning. It was very little lower than the cation. against any but moderato protection The House ol the New Jersey Legisla- great flood of 187- -. Very little damage from a revenue tariff. They will not ture has passed a bill prohibiting the em has been reported. in either ovent as to most articles, and ployment In factories and work-shop- s of Pkrsonal Hon. John Rennett, of these tho most important, evcu ap- children under twelve years, and of chil- Richmond, was here Friday night. Mr. Cin- dren under fourteen, without two years' C. S. Nield went to Louisville Saturday proach tbo revenuo standard. schooling. Miss Helen Conn, Mr. C. Crooke, Mr, Jno. cinnati News. Saturday's papers reported all quiet at W. Brown an! Mr. W. C. Mnllins were In PnoF. Gilliam has found that the Grayson, and that the trial of William Louisville last week. Nesl had commenced, The regular jurv negro incrcaso is at tho rate of thirty A warrant for malicious shooting and five and tho whites at tventy-fiv- e per was exhausted and only two jurymen ob- wounding has been Issued for James Mire, cent, every ten years. At this rate tained. The sheriff was then ordered to who shot Dud. McClure in a difficulty during the holidays. Mize la at home now, 100 men. thoy will outnumber tho whites two summon The United States Circuit Court for and will be arrested th! week. McClure centuries from now and tho bottom New York granted judgment for $4,843 has recovered from his wounds. rail be most emphatically on top. Sev- against the g The passenger train of Thursday excessivedutUi It will not help tho republican par It Is stated At a meeting ol the Lancister EDMISTON OWSLEY J Successors to Chenault, Severance & Co,, -- DEALKIIN IX- - NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Failure last wtek, 275. The Garfield Monument Fair realized $7,600. There are 1,424 convicts SntheJoliet, III., penitentiary. E'town .Yrtri reports the sale of a lot of yearling mules at $02 CO. The duty on iron rtil has been reduced from $28 to $15 per ton. "Win. E. Dodge, one of the leading merchants of New York, is dead, General Oglethorpe's bed will be a feature ot the Savannah Centennial. Reverend George F. Bronson dropped dead while marrying a couple at Peru, 111. The total net earnings of the Ohio & Mississippi B. It, last year were $1,061,- oou, Florida strawberries sold in New York Saturday at $1 to $5 per quart, or 1 cents apiece. Seven personi were killed by the of a boiler in a tile manufactory at Taylorsville, III. Eight thousand employes will be thrown out of work by the closing of Eastern rubber manufactories Sayre Institute, Lexington, has been temporarily closed on account of a fatal case of scarlet fever among its pupils. Torn Wiggins, in a Gt of jealousy in Chattanooga, cut his wife's throat with a razor and then severed his own jugular. Judge White, of the Ohio Supreme Court has been appointed Judge of U. 8 BOYLE COUNTY. Court for the Southern District of that Danville. State. Mr. J. D, Dunlap has gone to Bloom-fielA San Antonia, Texas, dispatch says The Frankfort Commonwealth in tho Ky., to teach a flourishing school. innocence of its pure soul is greatly the cold Heeras'to have been most fatal to wild birds, whsle coveys of quail being Rev. John S. Hays has accepted the disturbed becauso of a report that a frozen. call to Quincy, III., and will move thither sergeant of tbo State Guard bad shot A Kaltigh (N. O ) negro died from In April. himself in the neck, which among bar- fright at the report that the students of the Circuit Court will begin on the 19th, room frequenters is understood to colored medical college were robbing the with C3 Commonwealth case on tbe docket. Only one is for murder, the rest mostly mean that "he took a drink." But graveyards. It is stated that 150 bodies were stolen tbo editor is no less a personage than from graveyards in the vicinitv of Montreal for liquor law violations. Wakefield A Farris sold to T. E. Wood our much respected Morris Evans, of during the winter, half of which were sent 100 stock cattle, 950 lbs. weight, at SIS per the Methodist Church, who of course to medical schools in the Suits. head. Wood bought of Richard Cobb, Jr., is igoorant of this technical but exIlerr Moat and Leo Ilartman, theltus 25 feeding cattle at 5 cents. ian Nihilists, held a conference in 1'hila. Spencer Hubble, of your county, and pressive term. delphia yeaterday to devise means for pre- Miss Samantha Hubble, of Somerset, were There is said to be a statutory law venting the coronation of the Czar. married at Mr J. S. Roberts' on the 8th by in Tcnneisee which relieves any deCrnthiana lias a saloon to every 200 Elder Crutchcr. A tour to Cincinnati was faulting State officer from penalty it he inhabitants. To strike the town on a cold, taken. The Centre College boys are preparing will make good bis deficit. Provided wet court day, one would suppose that it 's to celebrate Washington's birth-day- . sho would take her own depreciated bod 200 saloons to each Inhabitant. The total receipts ol the Cincinnati Iiind has been engaged and the speakbonds at par, l'olk ought soon to be a Opera Ftstirsl, including the extra night, ers for the Deinologian Society are anfree man. Tennessee has set a miser- are fixed at $104,250 50, and the gross nounced aa follows: Worthlngton, C. able example to her sous in repudiat- proGis to the College of Music S10.610. and P. G. Suioot. The Chambering her boucst State debt and if she A drunken man, on meeting a train lain, S. S. Fry, Jr., II. t. Grant, and J. W. never gets Polk's stealings back, no coming over the Southern bridge at Cin- Guest, Jr. cinnati, jumped into the raging Ohio, and ono will sympathize with her much, SpKlol to l Inttrlor Jjurnd I after floating around for half an hour, was Danville, Ky., Feb. 12th, 4 25 r. at J. II. Burnam has accepted the call rescued. W. P. Dlake, ieweler, has assigned. Col. Sam Kason, a noted desperado, living to becorao a candidate for the democratSchuyler Davis died Saturday. Station, Term., was found W P. Walton. ic nomination for Ilepreseutative in near Carpenter' dead with a bullet In bli brain Wednesday Madison county, Mr. Burnam comes COUNTY. PULASKI evening, lie had killed five men In the t republican family, but last six years. from a Somtntt. thinks for himself and therefore advoA petition to the Ohio Legislature Married, on the 8iu, Mr. Wm. Burton cates tho principles of Jefferson and with the names of 70,000 voters and 90,000 to M1m Frankie J Wilson. Mist Margaret West, of the CI! fly Jackson. He is an unusually bright women has been presented asking that a Constitution neighborhood, died last week of consump wo hope prohibitory amendment to the and popular young inau and be submitted to the voters. tion. to see him elected by a big majority. Mr. John Cowan, of Lincoln, it at Talking about eating quails, Captain is said that the Hon. James G. Louis Craig, Stale' Superintendent of tie Mr. 8. Q Cover's. He haa had several hemorrhages of the lungs and h in a critBlaine Is engaged iu writing a political convicts, (old us the other dar that the at Jackson's Hole, were ical condition. convicts in camp klstorr. Ho could mako a more in treated to a Sunday dlnuer two weeks ago, Mr. II G Litton sold tn Smith Brot. book entitled, "What I and thirty-fou- r teresting of them ate twenty eight hit old stand fur $1,500. Judge J. G. SteKnow About Guano, oran Attempt to turkeys, and that, too, without cranberry phenson bought of Rob Murphy a pair of horses for $190. sauce. Itichmond Ilegitter. Involve tho United States in War." y. Kicli-ornr, red-ho- Government for on ''steel blooms." This was a test esse The Government will be required to repay alarge amount of money. The city of New York Is the greatest manufacturing city in America, and yet she has not a cotton mill, a blast furnace, or a rolling mill within her borders. Her manufactories are small, but they employ more than a quarter of a million people. The Governor would have made a great hit by keeping bsck the Slate militia companies and sending only a (quad of the Colonels of the Commonwealth. This would have been Inexpensive, and no mob would have ventured to face so much concentrat ed authority and powers. TheChcs. A O.R R. Co. has decided to build a double track at a cost of about $10, 000,000. Work baa already been com- menced at three different points on the Cistern Division and at four points on the West Virginia Division. It will require about two years to complete it. The tariff tinkers have had no mercy on women and children. They have decided to tax the dress goods most worn by these p;ople at 1C0 per cent. This on the lower grades those most largely bought. The tariff tinkers are piling on tax bur dens; they do not remove them. Carolina Smith, wife of Henry Smith, of East Dallas, Texas, gave birth to triplets a few days ago. Eighteen months ago she gave birth to twins, and nineteen months previous to that she gave birth to triplets She has been married three years, has eight children, all boys and all alive. An epidemic of wife murder seems to be sweeping the country. We read of them North, South, East and West, and in several instances the husband has very wisely killed himself after the act. Henry Drees cut his wife's throat at St. Louis the other night and then ended his own existence in the same way. Jealousy caused the act. Miss Fannie ISoyd, daughter of the acting Sheriff of Trigg county, was found dead in her bed at Wallonis, Friday night. She had fallen a victim to tbe seducer's promises and to hide her shame took morphine, with the above sad result. Her betrayer, David Wahl, has left the county. The young lady belonged to the best families in tbe county. Gov. Ireland, of Texas, has revoked the proclamation issued by Gov. Roberts, offering a reward of $20 for tbe apprehension of each drummer found selling goods without license. Gov. Ireland does not regard drummers as a class of outlaws with a price on their heads, nor does he want the Slate fleeced by officers who should report violations of law as a matter of duty. Louise Monlague, who accepted Fore paugh's proposition to give $10,000 to the most beautiful woman who would ride th elephant in the street parade of his circus" sued the old showman for the amount, in Philadelphia, and also for $5,000 damages for breach of contract. The case was last week, and when the verdict for $15 was read, the $10,000 beauty fainted dead away, but she shortly recovered, and went back to keeping tbe barroom that she has presided over since tbe season was over. South ran to Livingston only, and the same train of Friday got no further than London. The trouble Thursday was the wash-ou- t at New Haven, on Frldav a freight train was wrecked near Hazel Patch. several weeks the rumoi had been current that there would be a wedding In this village very shortly. It was well known that Mii Hallle Dulncr, one of our most beautiful and accomplished young ladies would enact tho role of bride when ever the event did occur, but it was not certainty known who would figure in the groom's part. One faction boldly asserted that Mr. W. G. Adams would be the lucky individual, while another faction were equally as positive that the lightning would strike Mr. G. W. Raker. The Grst named is a popular young farmer living a few miles in the country, and Mr. Raker is a very deserving young merchant of this place. Eich of the young gentlemen seemed bent on capturing the prite, and each threw his whole soul into the matter. Tbe friendly relations existing between them were in no wise disturbed, however, the Gght they made belog fair, open and manly. They had been running along neck and neck for some time, but lait Thursday it became evident that a crisis was approaching. The young; lady up to this time bad wisely kept her own counsel, and paid no attention to the rumors that were flying about. To all outward appearance the had no special preference for either of her suitors, treating both graciously. In htr heart of hearts, however, she knew which owned her affection, and when the time came for her to speak out her choice she was not slow, of utterance. Aa stated, the crisis arrived last Thursday morning. Miss Rutoer was cilled on to "choose ye 'this day whom you will'' ble. She chose and Mr Mr. Raker was the lacky individual. Adams accepted his defeat with a becoming resignation, and Mr. Biker modestly raked in the prize. They were married Thursday evening at 7 o'clock, at the resir dence of J. T. Clark, of the bride. The wedding was very quiet, being witnessed by only a few immediate friends of the contracting parties. Elder M. R. Moore pronounced tha ceremony in a quite impressive minner. The attendants were t. Mlsi Cleo Williams and Mr. S. M The bride, a blushing maiden of sixteen summers, never looked more lovely, while the groom, a splendid specimen of young manhood, was superlatively happy May their wedded life be one of uninterrupted joy. 'For DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, die its, lots of eppetttt, genersl dcblllly, disordered blrod, weak constitution, hradiche, or anydlsesie of a bilious nsture, by alt means procure a bottle of Electric Bitters. You will bo surprised tost th rapid ImproTcinent that will follow, jou will lie Inspired with new life; strength sod srtlTtty will return; pain and lottery will cesse, and hence forth jou will rejoice In lbs pralM ol Electric miters. Hold at tO cents a bottle by fenny A lie Allster. LASCAKTEU AnUBTISKUKSTS. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, H. C. KAUFFMAN, ATTOUNEY At IA."V, LAKCASlkli, KY. Master Commissioner Osrrard treult Court. Will practice In all lh courts of (Jerrard snd adjololng counties and In lbs Court of Appeals. MANUFACTURERS' rltEAMBMAtiaa INSUEANCE Capital. llS-l-m COMPANY, St; Mai as- Or Boston, Mais. SVH.i.OC; sets. tl.OM.CK SI. surplus, tUS,6 HUHT. UIN.VAlRn.Ait, Lancaster. CARPETS, WALL PAPER, TRUNKS, &C. A Tesas Farm For Sale! I will sell or exchange ray Farm la Trta for linds In (Isrrsrd. Madison. Lincoln or Hovls coun- ties. This firm Is ellotted In Tarrant county, Texas, about 12 or II rutin South of lb city of tort Worth and about same distinct Jtorlhef the City of Clsburne, In Johnson rountr. Contains 39H Acre ol fin lanJ, all under fence, with a rood barn upon It asd cood water on rlac It Is well Hrmt.ratr farming land and lucatedfor rslilngcallle, belngon a high plateau between two neTerlallln streams fwater. It Is about one mile Eattof the surveyed routs of tho Kort Worth A UloUrandeR. II.. which will be completed In a short time, and sIm about S miles WeotolthoU CXArUnuKeall. 1L now In operation from Kl Worth toUslreslon. This firm Is In the K" cotton and w best raising section oIN ortb-cTexas and eery dcslrsble for any one wanting to farm or raise catllo. Alan bseo on the places small bunch or Hbort Horn Heifers with call and odo flns bborl Horn Bull, a years old this Nprlnf; slso finning Implements, that I will trade with mo pisro. flCHt.i. iiunuan, Ky. !12-2- m Jan. II. IMJ. lincaitcr, step-fathe- nn. ftoaFilJljLlkte PHARMACISTS dulim ia Bur-det- Drugs. Books, Stationery and Fanoy Articles. JUST RECEIVED! rhj STrlsns' preset Iptlooi sccuralrlj compound!. Alsu JKUKlKItN! Largest Stock of Watclie, Clocks, Call for Count Committee Meeting. To the viembert of the Democratic County Committee: You are requested to meet at my office In Stanford, at 2 r. M Siturdtr, February, 17th, to consider the manner and time of selecting a candidate for the Legislator W G Welch. Ch'm. Jrrrclrj & MlTernarr One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, Consisting ol Krsr I'louaht to this tasrWt. friers tower than Wstches, Clocks and Jtwtlrjr lie. IbotowciL pslre-- l on ihort nolle snd Wsrrantad. Garrard County DEPARTMENT. iioirr. it. weht, auditor. LANCASTER. California AprlcolH, CIreca Oitge IMiiium, Ntr ToiuutncH, fWK9Bi-vf- your special attention to the f I desire to call wheat crop in Yarmouth Com, this section are rather slim. Mr James Cochran Is dangerously ill KciihcII'm PcacIicH, at his brothel J. T. Palmer. The farmers would love to see some dry weather now in order to get to plowing Pino Applcx, The rain fall last Thursday and SaturNtrlni: IlcitiiH, day was Immense in this section, the greatOjHterH, -est for many years. The new machinery for the flouring mills at this pltce ha been put in and they are ready to grind again. The grand jury failed to find out who Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars shot the bomb the week before Christmas, and Coffees in abundance, and e, that broke so many glass in the The prospects of a big Ac which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste TDE3C3E3 SLXJSTGr OP THE in ornamentation, unequalled. FtXJESX-,T- yi is Court-Hous- Prices extremely Low, at the It entertained a few of her friends Saturday night. MIu Mir ion "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Wolford entertained tbe Musicals Club of LouisFriday night. Prof. Andcn-on- , LANCASmt, KY. treat by ville, added much to the music his superb violin solos, accompanied by Miss Wolford, who Is a most excellent perI'roprletois. former on the piano. Gen R, M Gtn, of Bourbon county, wai In town Thursday Sir. It. D. Lusk, the oldest member of the Lancaster bar, being about 80 years old, College. was taken suddenly III Friday, when hi whole physical and mental ssteru gave .STANl'OItD, KY. way, and he was removed from town to the home of his niece, Mrs. II. C. Jennings, In With Full Corps of Teachers, an unconscious state. He is not expected to live long. At one time Mr. Lusk had a This Institution will ops nits Thirteenth bVssloa on ths 2d Woods In rjepteubsr Belt. good practice in this court. He baa been In feeble health for several years. Later. ALL THE BRANCHES OF A Mr. Lusk died Sunday evening at 4 o'clock. THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE We congratulate our bachelor friend, Ars taught, u wsll aa Speoct r Hubble, Eq., of Lincoln county, who was msrrird on the8ih init. to his 49th MUBIO, TUB LANOUAaEB. DHAW-INAND FAINTING. cousin MIu Samantha Hubble after a brief courtship of 15 years. Thus It Is, that first love wins. The ceremonr was pronounced In Tuition, pries raof from tii U fM in th by Elder Crutcher, if Danville. The at iMpariiuoou. miliary, wu; luwrutuiait rsati tendants were'Robt Evans and Miss Nannie Hl frspwsuur, 140, and Culleglata, 10. Gllmore, L. F Hubble and Miss OphtlU particulars, as to Board, For Gilmore. The bride and groom left for IUH.full V. TKUKHKAHT,Ac. addrna M. Principal, etaaford, Lincoln Co,, Cincinnati andotner cities north. 1 Mrs. Dr. Herring GEO.D.BURUETT&CO., 'fcSgjSJjgSMSgSSSSSSSMgJSSSSSSSSSSSSSMSry- - Stanford Female a HIGGIMS. . 1883 FOB SALE! New Goods and Now Prices XI. -- Farmers; snd I'loauitn, listen -- Ollrer I billed Metal will uoi arroJi; Ibsheailrst lutt wlllrtuiots In a law mluulM. Ths (Hirer Is a tinier Kraft Plow, biTluj sloping laadslds, which duos awajr with ths presaure found In straight lau I1 Jo flows. lbs Ollter has hundreds of Imitators; no ruanufaclu. rsr will IrallalosnluforUr flow. Ths Oilier Ins a record unparalleled In ths history of flows. Your nelflibors will tell jou lo III' Y Till: OLIEU, sod Isle no other. W. listing concluded to reiuort to Teiss, I oiler saw uijr for J O TERMS MODERATE. tj, cbsrd, Lancaster slreel, The bulldlnf la i two and oue-us- lf stories blah, 19x2') feot snd con. tsins In sll elibt ruuuis. 1 he slor.roou Is i0i(0, IbUI. tA.nnniiii(.tn I lia tr.ili h.t t will Mil wilh counters and sbelrlug nicely and properly (oodsas low as ths lowest Call and examine lux with til tbe outbuildings neeesurr to con slock ana un coofincta. as i auow jouaresu iiito veuleoro aud ths title ol ths most fsslldlous, and an abuudtnee of purs water for drinking and ol high priced aud shuddjr Koudt. household puiposes.beaullful shads asd frull trees auoruiug ana iauiiijriugin enuro piernlses, alj COME ONE, COMB ALL! In a good and hesliky condition. Any one desiring a cheap yet Tiluabl residence, sruosg a clef. n..M tin nll mi limit. I Ilia I iirifj'i l"JalH LOW ar end prosperous people, would do well Is cell and examine tbs picwlses belors purchasing jou couit U, au you brtuti tbu mod? up. saw' fVsT Terms rsuoaabl. Iff J IlfVIIUUIIl7-!- w TV W-- lf JOHN V. BTHOBK. rilEAOHKItNVII.M:, ICY. IiumIucmx IIbumo, Csmllnedluone.iltusled laths toenof Crab Or. Kjr-on Itu'lileuce A it LL. jStmi-M- jijiM"LW f tltlji nltriorournaI - February NOTICCS. Tuesday Morning, LOCAL 13,1883 liar Pauita of I'ennv tok of Jewe lr frnnAMeAlitrrV Nkw A McAIIter. ami Silverware it VAl.eNTiNrn. Sentimental ami comic, at all price at l'rnnr , McAlister'. Watch m, Clock anil Jewelry repaired and warranted by Vennf A MoAII'ter. IIraotifui. Sentimental Vrtlenilnc from 25 cf nu to $2 at Mollobcrti Sugg'. Lamik "lock of Window (Him, all lie. Penny Double thick bjUm for flower pita A MeAliater. personal Mim Maiiy Ixxian, of Louisville, I Tialtlna; relative; here. Tint MnriiKH of (Jen Uano lirnle lier ago. arm by a fall n few Mtw Annie WrunKp, of KlfknTlllr,! visiting, Mr. Oeo. I) Wraren. Mim 1'attie Faulkner, of Lnncaalcr, It vlsitlnn; Mis Kllta U Kn.leman. l, Mr. J. O.Dunn ami wile, of are visiting their relative liare. will take Mr Will Mr. Oiu. Cooi-r.alright' place a clerk fur Mr. Jlobert H. Ljtlst. The editor of tM psper left jester-dfor a trip to Hi. Ionl ami other West-ercltlee. Mm. II. V, Thurmond, of Caverna, anJ MIu Emrm I)jM were Kiiest of Mr A. A. Warren last week, Mim Julia JAruwx, of Lxlngtnii, Julia IHkr-Iiiwho haa been vlslling Ml returned home vrslcrihv. Mr. Will M. UniflltT haa accepted a position aa annuitant in llio l'arruera National Dank and will enter on lilnlutlei to daj, Mr. H(i(ht Ii a jour.K inn f IiIk'i Iwnur and integrity anil eptemliil titislne- - quail Ccation', and Mr It. H I.jllr, for whiru he haa clerked far several year, will be loth to give til"' 'II' tlj Hlclt-tuom- ' y n , LOCAL MATTERS. I 8t Valentine' Day. New GARrrra at Ilobt. 8 A Lytic'. at A. Owsley Clover and Bon'. llmolhy ed IIonoiiTH'a Uibermca at Upera Holier, Stanford, March 1. E Stose Wiouiita' propliecy for the worst storm ever known did not materialize Friday. nivelins of the Democratic A CALL for County Committee appeara elsewhere In thin Issue For Halk. Will ell eery cheap '82. W. Craig. V (1. Three) liandsera residence. Stanford, Drc 2', he been commissioned P. M. at Arabl, tht rounly, vice W. H Holland flooch, resigned the U & N. It. Tlltcaae of.Blewart It appealed from Itockcastle haa brtn affirmed by the Court of Appeal. v and other hating grain tack belonging, to Oeo. D Wearen will confer a great faTor by promptlf returnlnc them. Farmer Yotm account wa due January lit. Pleae call and aettle without fuithcr delay The old firm' baslnes mud be retllrd McAli.ter A rtrighU T. Unrrx b moved to the lately occupied by V. P. Ows- ley, and Intend to keep a general line of groceries and hardware. He ha the best plow in the market. Mr. V, tore-roo- In run liat of thonoung ladie who will graduate at Daughter College tht eInn Lula McKin-newe notice the name of Mi of Stanford, Mim Llule Twldwell, of and Mi Ida Adam, of Ml. Vernon. TllEll'llioK Torn, we are Informed by f Ml and a hilf higher Mr. AnthonT, "a yesterday thn before, and of course we had no LouUville mail at night. We will when the element and the train get down to regular biisinea. y, The Jubilee fiinger came up mi!ng Friday night, inucli In tbe relief of the manager of the Opera House, who preferred not to rent It to ucli show. The concern collated at Harrndiburg, and Drothcr bia rent old trpt ir Canlwell hold Ih-- TllERR t piece im titled ' of our -- crpialntancw, who go through a recital of their many ache and Ionic pain every lime we aalute them with "How are you to day?" would read and profit by. Mr V. T (Iii.kn, while walking along the pavement In front of the 8t. Aaaph u Hotel, (which, by the way, I a very place when titers I liet or ice on the ground,) alinped and fell, Mttin th bick of hi bevl on the pavement. He w conaiderxblrbul not aerlomly hurt. train alo fall ed l6 come yexierday, It hieing been de a talned on account of a aerloua wah-ou- t mile or no beyond Liiutou, Hence, we hd no mall at all Tmlcrday axeept that which came on the Itlchuond train, and which our potiuater, Mr H. U Allord, took the trouble to go to Ilichmoud Junction for. Our roadera will bti a delighted a we to know that our highly prltrd reporter at Hualonville, Iter. J. A. Hogle, will continue to favor u, In pile of an attempt on the part of a deilgnlng Individual to break up the pleaaant relatlona that haro alwaya exlated between htm and u, by repeating a thoughtleu remark alleged to have been made In regard to him. - our fourlli page enHiding" that we wlh aerer-a- l .ii" '' IlAMnrmi Kiviini J'lat received at Klght thoroughbred bull nalvn and old for salo by H If. Robt H. I.ytle' one ditto DioitEwoN'ri Ituaaell County 'Draitllan UiUghman, Stanford I have three hundred shock nf corn 8weet Polftloe at A, 0iley A Hon. which I would like lofted Ip tock on the Ht'OAM and OoflVea lower than ever. We premise. W. II. Hays, Stanford. Invite you to examine good and price. J. 0. Hays, who wtll probably have H.C. Ilrlght. 2i!i Intnlx, sold them to John M. Hail, SatKonr.nT KrrERojr,iion of D. F. Upper urday, at Scent for the first delivery beaon, lia been arreated at Somrraet for forg tween June 1 and 10 and t for time dellv-e- d July Int. Ing lil father' name and obtaining $C0. Itichard Smith sold loJohnSut(on,118 Canned (loot. We have them, over head of common grade ewe for &00. Owen two hundred caae bauglit before llio adW. Morris tented of Mi Dohla Scott 10 We are felling at amall margin by acre vance. Ml of corn land at $0 per acre. dozen or 11. C Ilrlght. Sterling Democrat The Chicago 3Vttun correipondcut Tiik "Duplex Crown" la the moat wonderful Sewing Machine ever Invented. Can telegraph as a result nf a trip through be changed Inatantly tomako either chain Central and Southern Illinois, that tho or lock atltch. Juatout. See tlicm at Druce, peach crop of Central and Wettern Illinois and part of Missouri I practically wiped Warren A Co.'. out, but In the Southern part of the State AKornr.it Knuineer. Phil Sodcn, a bud are all in excellent condition, very excellent engineer on the h A N. It Jesae Qnlsenberry sold to Ilybce A boy. It , rejoice on the advent of a Hodgkln 27 shoals, averaging LIS lb , at G He arrived Saturday and haa been named cuil per lb, Dr. It. M. Nunnelley sold 160 William HuffSoden. birrel of corn In tbe field to Wm. T. Qui r barrel. Howard writes that enberry at $210 Mr Wm. It William the a (retching of the wire of the Lincoln Hampton, Jr., sold to J P. (Ulnf- -, 10 heif County Telephone Line commenced yester- era, averaging 1,000 lb , at 4) cent per lb day, and a lint will ronjtltne only about II. F. Cloud ha purchaaed CO extra two days, wn may exKct to bo In commu- old mules (41 of them females,) at 0905 Clark County Democrat per head nication with the Wet Knd by or nut day. lTncoln coHiJfV. LrxtNoroN people make, greatl comHustonnllt plaint nf the abort weight given them by Did It ever occur to you, Mr Lditor coal dealer IT the cacc everywhere that there la one ar.d tnly one form of No man ever made money aelllng coat at dlreae for which no Inventor of nostrum honeat welahL In the Tirat place the mi- ha ever been told enough to propose a ner do lint give the leal weight of a buah-e- l remedy 7 Your scientific mind will at and It grows leal every time It I one revrrt to the fearlully prevalent mal handled ady known as tacorthataiUndl. Well, I've captured a few got it bsd; and while the alarming sympSiiF.Riir J, N Mr.vr-FKday ago one JeM) K Illankenahip, who toms are seen developing thcmselve in cicapol Jill at Springfield, Mo., recently this column, I pUtnilvcly appeal for ym IiUnkenahipaat he I charged with con pithy from your kindly reader. One of cealing a horae, wjiich wa atolrn near the chrctrritic feature of this disease I with Mo Mr. Menrfce will alart with found In the strange him for Springfield Ihl morning, a reward which it aflrctt the brain. Thus, during a of $76 having been offered for hi return temporary convalescence c verlng the laat there. been no letter from few week there ha ' will be moved In a few the old, and loyal, and eventful town of THE days to the store of W. T. Green in the Hualonville. Thla ha preyed upon the Opera llou-- e block. Th aelectton I not mind of the Invalid until it has forced him quite o convenient to the majority of the into the belief that all thing me going pa I inn a at present, but It I much more wiong in consequence that the name of his beloved village his slipped out of the d sightly. We linderatnnd that the Junction P O I to be kept by Mr. literature of the land that new map of McAfee at the which bring It to the county will need to be prepared, new within a mile of the one hero. A few dUlrlct formed and new statistic compiled, To this, and not the ground hog, he more lAove may bring them together. ascribes the meteorological monstrosities of Stanford Stortino Ci.cn The follow- the season. To this source he traces Josh ing young gentlemen have formed a Sport , Hwo' reuaal to be a Representative, and Ing Club for the purpoae of improving their Col Welch' churlish determination not to markamanhlp by ahootlng at glaaa ball: grace the Senate Serioualy, great chanH.C. Ilrlght, Itobl. McAllater, Dr. Hugh ge have taken place among ua during the Iteld, Itobt. Fmtel, Oeorge McAllaler, J.T. last few weeks. Mr. L Sharp has added Craig, II. C (Ireen, Tom Itobinaon, J. II to hi first purcharc the greater orl!on of Owen and J J. Itright. II. C Ilrigbt baa the west end of the village Powell and been elected and Dr Hugh Had, Wcatherford, on opposite rides of the S"retary and Trcaaurer. They had their ttreet, have remodeled and painted their refint ahootlng yeaterihyi but Wednesday af- spective establishments, acd now offer to ternoon will be the regular time hereafter the weary traveler, the homeless denizen The ground have not been fully decided and the pious drummer a cheerful and on, but they will lie near town, 1 have oflen woncleanly place of rett A Flood The lieavleat rain a'.orm that dered why the drummer never growa old. ha vialtrd th! section for year fell Satur- With the single exception of Wilhlte, and day night and till noon Sunday. An Idea probably Major Matthews, I know of none of the amount nf water that fell can be who ran be said to have attained to the Ilformed when an empty bucket which bad years of discretion. A classic proverb luminates the question, "Whom the gods been aet out In an open yard the night belove die young." John Good I Improvfore wa full and running over the next e ing hi late purchase, known as the day. The St Asiph Ilranch assumed the former farm, which, added to hi proportions of a river, and water gate and garden fence auflVrcd all along lla route. territory, will make for him and hi estimable young wife a pleasant home The Hanging Fork, according to Mr. J. Sr , waa higher than he bad known The Ilaptist church i completed and it In the CO year that he had lived nn ita has been for the last threo week the scene biuks. The water was aevenl feet on the of a protracted meeting under the auspice Tbe new floor ot Dawfon'a Mill, and Mr. John II. of ltev. Ilaker aid Tyree Itright, who live near it, had to fly from mill, in its stately elevation and pride of home with hi family at 2 A M. Sunday to pajnt, Is receiving its machinery and bids fair to become a valuable institution escape the torrent which was fast surrounding lit house. (Ireat damage waa done Three schools, all taught by young ladies, all along It course, thousand of panel of are giving wholesome monitions to the ri The proprietor of the Dank destroyed. Dix Itiver waa also ing nee fence terrible rampage, and ;wep away the are sanguine as lo ita ultimate auccesa on a tdd Stone Mill, which hail' withstood the The telephone pole nrc in position, Ihe In flooda of half a century or more. Tbo rail- sulator are being attached and we need but the wire to emblo us to send in daily nut beroad bridge acnw Uilbitrt Creek greeting to our lively sister Stanford fore it empties into Dix Hirer waa Many of in feel aid over the displacement a thing never known before. of our veteran postmaster, F. S Kaiitluian. 'marriages. . True, be doe not need the emoluments of Card are out for the marriage of Mr. tbe office, but he bad hrld ll so long that ll O II ItolhacW, of the Denver Ihbunt, bad become a part of his living. We truat formerly of the Louisville Argut, and Mis his successor, Mrs. Wood, will not be sob- Mae Itoumls, diuvlilcr of Mr. ri. P.itoumfs, jrcled to the annoyance which be bore so Other changes for a future let now CongrrMii'nat Pdnier The wedding patiently will lake place at tbe residence of the ter "PRAISE THE LORD." bride' parent in Cliirago on the 21 a! Inat River Railroad was a "fiery flying serpent" as it wound In and out of tbe curve upon it blatlng course. In all this grand display of pyrotechnic, we could but notice ce m 10-1- m For-ayth- I'jit-Ofli- ce Itich-mnn- toll-gat- e Pre-lde- RELIGIOUS. The mountain penger The Rteonl say that the Methodist revival at Uardstown continue with interest, with 30 additions to Thursday Mr J. II, Hopper, "Hrolher Joe," a .Union, of tbe Sundtv-Schocomposed of or.anized 30 1,600 scholars, in tho mountain, of Kentucky during last year. The Synod of tho Southern Ilranch of the Preabylvrlau Church will bold Ita annual session here in October; they will also hold centennial service on this occa sion to celebrate the one hundredth year of the eatablishment nf the Church in Mercer county An Invitation Iih been extended to the Assembly Ilranch to join them In Harrodsburg Enterprise. their mrettng g Sunday-Schools, LAND, STOCK AND CROP. teemi that the potal adatra on the Knoxiille Tlranch are allowed to manage themelTe, ao looao do they aometlmea appear. After the high water had kept our people out of their mall matter Thursday, they wero aura when tbo train came thro' on time Frldaylhat It would make Up the at same price, Iota, but through th neglect of somebody, Mr. Cm Haya predicts that this will no agent appeared on tbe train and thua for three daya no LouUvIll mall waa be au abundant fruit year, because, La says, received. Tbe neglect will be laid before It always follows when there Is a big aleet in February, the proper authoritie for action, It A No 1 Alderney cow for sale by John M. McRoberli, Sr. Tbe proprietor of the Lincoln Mills want to buy wheat and corn. McAlister A Bailee sold to a Kaahvlllo firm 10,000 bushel of wheat at$l. . Spears Fither bought of Dr. Lee F Huffman hi fine milk cow for'JoO. Foreatua Reid aold to Benedict Spaldmute for 1676 ing, 2 pair of -- It 11. A H. P Wood aold to Wakefield A Farrls 20 mules at $95. Tom Robinson bought of widow Meue-fe- e a pair of large yearling mule for $210 J. D Swope bought ol Spear Fisher, one cow for $16 and three of Tom Itoblu-o- n STANFORD, KY. the great white marble palace of Mr Jay Uffleola Owiley A8on'nw bulMlnj-- up stairs. Dwelling IIoiinc, Ntorc A tilecU. Mould, how, not a simple ray of reflection M. l'KKTUN, ofUeetlN A-came from It. Whether closed shutters or ATTOIINMV BTANFOIlt), ICY, Its position not favorable fur reflection to Will practice In the Oiuru of Lincoln sod adjoining eounllr snd tbe Superior Ooutt and Court MT. meet our eyes, was the retson, we did not VEBNON, - KEKTUOKY ol Appeal, sptclsl ittenllon (tvtn lo collections, 112 OBre on Lancaster know, but the suggestion waa a melancholy Th dwelling- It slmo- new, modern built vtth II Improvements; list eight rooms, beside halls, one. Wa It a type of Ihe man and hi ALEX. ANDEHUON, etc. it hss stitched n excellent tardea snj til . colossal fortune with no "light for the net issry otisbulldlnft. Its situation Is th most V'm'OIlN-.V A.T ia.-vdoing a eb desirable In the town. I bst- OAHVILLF., KY., world" In all lis grandeur from which that and pro)Iurbutlnesol over 170,000 per annum at Will prsctlcsln thsCourlsof nojlssod adjoining a rood profit. This esn be Incm-eTns world had a right to expect so much and counties and la th Court of Apprala. feet, front. Topsrt es deyet received nothing? O, we whom Jesus siring a prootabl butlneat location, none better van be offered IiEB F. Terras of sl will In mad ha set as lights in the world now that He HtyilOJOTV HUFFMAN, to respontlbl pn rentier (STANFORD, KY. Ihe healthy location ot Ml. Vernon la Is gone away, delegating to us this' office, aid Main Htrett, two doors above teiing tbov th ma'srlal point; no aelt work of reflectors of His glory and beauty, the Myers Hotel. thin, as chill or fever exltta lit thl. town. Csll Purs Nitrous Oxide fist administered when onoraddrna J. IIMl.OTTKK, Ky. bow are we doing ii? "So let your light,'' IIIMH Vernon, thus teceived from ME alone, "shine before men, that others seeing your good JtDGK IV. O. II ANNFOIU works may glorify your Father which la la a rinJIdati for the ilrtnocratle nomination for In Heaven." It was so brief a time until Itsprrssntstlie In th next Lrglilsture. to & the "god of day" sank behind tbe Nyack .1. IMTJUIl hills, and then the chance for Tarrytown to shine resplendent In His light, wa gone ii iiranuMi.iv lur mo urmocrsiic nomination to represent this county In the neat Legislator. and all wa deepening twilight. We turn In efl.tt Dec. 31, 1882. ed away thinking how soon "the night JUDGE T. P. coineth when no man can work." O, CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. It a candidate for Represent ftttve In the neil Leg"children of the day," who are "not of the SOUTIICOCSD. islature, sutjsct to Ihe action ot the democracy. No S Nol ,Nol7 No night nor of tuikne," work "while it is Eip. Nlgt Acrom Mill day." Suffer this little sermon on a Nyack STATIONS. Lei Eip Daily snd N. ItlUIirilY '.StlCII-- E .D'l Dai Ex. Kip. sun set. Kx. ly. S'nd'y D(y It arsndldstetorsprrarnt Lincoln county In th ' We are more pleased than ever with the next Legislature, subject to th action of th IA.M f.M 1'. M A.M t 8 00 8 40 4 IX) 900 Lv. Clnclnnstl.. Nyack folks. Bro. Gunning, the Baptist S3 11 00 " Ueorgetown ... US') I I. rare brother for " Lxlotton...... . II 0.1 1130 III 12 00 en 710 generou pastor, MchoTsttlll II 32 1132 7 33 12 21 11 (2 12 10 dorsement of ihe gospel I preach. It al 7 37 12 U Illfh Brldt. ilarrodtburg Junrt'n'12 03 1223 Sll I 10 Late of Clientult, Scrersnc A Co , Stsnlord, Ky., most starllrs me, Ihe way the dear preach 12 20 12 37 Dsnflll a: 13 with Danville Junctlons 12 30 12 43 1 33 141 er sre beginning to speak approvingly to Somerset ... ... Noll 2 2D ... c 123 M. CO.. and of me. And Baptist preachers too, 1'olnt Burnttd Attn 2 a .341 Oak Dal Junction.., S to Importer sn.l Jobbers ot Dry (loo.lt. Notions, Ac, whom I thought would be so staunch in Itockwood Too . 703 U7, C39, 6(1 Hsln Strut, Cor. Sixth, 7 1!) Spring City .... 8 24 their old positions that nothing would 933 15, 1013 force. ICY. LOUIHVILt. tempt them to pat an "irregulsr" like my Arr. Chattanooga.. Hi so,rr.j i 10 23 self upon the back. But It is ever so. Dr iJTi Not no ci no Fulton wrote a long letter to the Baptist Acm Watchman of Boston that appears this P.M ir.M. P. M. A M -- e. pay special attention to A' We will no Irfl 1 lfl 7 Chattsnoog.. week, the kindest thing I have yet seen in 4 10 7 45 3 15 uorcei,... .. CC 9 8S'. 7 07 . " Spring Cltv print froin one of the emit. The LORD 8 43 10 Kuckwood 7 33 bless him Not that I wish the other thing We rromlsa to clve satltfsctlon. and wben desired 7 17 Oak Dle Junction will alto I'stent Flour for Wheat, Cn mat 1144 folnt Uurntlde... Lei 1521 for I say en those who do not thus write, either bolted or unboiled mesl 2 13! . ifcxp 1210 ' Somerset. . UO-- t 330 163 Dsntlllo Junction. ' 00 33 the LORD bless them too, only in a differMcALINTEK A HAL-E- K. DantllI- -lt 3 41 5 40 2 07 ent way. "Charity to all," is my motto 23 3 57 5 511 218 " llarrodtburc Juncl'n High llrldgr. CIO '.'31 I 39 4 11 henceforth, until wegather where all differ 2 On 4 33 Public Sale of Turnpike Stock. "' Nlcbolvlil est 2 51 .. 2 30 503 " Uxlniton ences of opinion vanish. But it will be 75 1M 7 33 3 43 2 33 3 2C GcolEelowo.. As Admtnlttrator tie Umtl turn of the estate ol Arr. Cincinnati rather odd, if uit after announcing to my SISJ 741 1023 C63 John Brlght.dec'd, I will, on ICentucky friend that I wanted money to A.M. ALABAMA C1KF.AT SOUTH MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1883, begin hall work exclusively, there should -. - .. -. 9 00 Lve. .hsttanoox....-.... IX M Attsll. come a turn in this "long lane" of isolation CouMt Court day, at the Court House door In . 3 Jg ,, ... " Stanford, sell at public auction to the highest bid. 5 S3 " Tutcsloosa and I should "be heartily welcomed to orA Crab der IC sham of stock In tbe Htrrodsbnrx ... Arr. Merldlin .... . 10 OH Orchard Turnpike Road Comnnr. Terms, cash. thodox pulpit everywhere. It may be ro. STANFORD RETAIL MARKET. 6 30 ; A1 111 r. Lve. Meridian JOHN Jts.re'ALP, God grant it. No one will rejoice as I " 9 37 Arplrt, per Lu..............-..-.JI.112 21 B.rmlnghsia. .) ... will. By the way, about the moneys rei 2 60 " Attslla 25c t .j . Butler, per lb. j 6 30 ., j Arr. Chitlsnoog- sceived from Kentucky for the above pur- Betfiteak, " .. .. UK V1CK8DUKO AND MERIDIAN. ...10c Roast," ..pose; I will wait until Feb. ?2 J the ....... Lv. Ale;IJlsn. ;io 7th year before announcing Itacoa Sides, per lli.............. ............ lie ' JU80 . Hams, " 16Jc j...... j :t 68 . results. By that time, I suppose, all gifts Urandon..r, ... ......... ... 10c Shoulders, per ll " Jackson 8 6S . (.... and will be in, that are coming oil this call .... Arr. Vlcktburg.. tje Breakfast Bacon, per lb- 1... j 3 20 I will give a list of donating places with Besns.r ....... ....-.-- .. JJic I suO . Lv. Vlckaburg........t i j Jackson ... . l04I ..2oa:sc E. H. BUHNSIDE, amount. All I can say now, is that we Cheese : j Jl ' Hrnrtnn. .,., .,,, He Coal, per lu., delivered In town. . Forest j. hare a good many "mementoes" on hand .loglSKe .. .... ....... jCo!Tee... .. j 4 4.3 and are likely to be left with a good man Well - Known At. Meridia- n-BHEEVEIMRT AND TACIFIC. ... 20c This Old . mutely respond "not this fjorn.printed slips that Maintains Hotol M.H.. Lve. Vlcktburg . mo XI 50QS.60 some other Christmas." Those Flour, High Koputation, Chriitma ! i . !... !l2.".0 " Delta..... 15c Lanl . ... j 5 80 Arr. Monroe AND who have given shall be through life all 50o . 7 30 . Monro the dearer for their exceptional kindnest. Molssses, N. O , per gsl that Lve. Delta ... WiJSOc Its Proprietor it Determined l ! ill 30 " Shall be Second - . .. ' 2 00 . I have a little pile of printed alipa with Kills, .........57e it Hotel in the Stateto no Country Arr. Vlcktburg in iti Fare, COOWc names attached of those who answered tbla Potatoes, per tm JOHN BCOTT, V. P. and Gen. Man CIn bou. Appointmenti, or AttenU Salt, per l.bl . .....-.R'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; T P. WILhON, . F srd call ollove, that I will never part with on Soda, per 10c .. tion to Comfort of P. A. an. Sou. Il'y. Cinclnnstl, O ; II. earth. (1. P. A. A. (). 8. R'v. Ch.ttsnorca.Tenn.: their Quests. ...8)4310 Sugar, Brown . J. HARDY, O P. A. V. A II. R'y, Vlektburjr, Yesterday's meetings were very precious. " Whit !1I2X . tlCUUIKCU, MISS.! JUE A. V ., B. A 1'. eoc Massage will be csavered to front thsdepot R'y, Monroe, La. Bro. Gunning was waiting for us at the Syrups, per gat free of chars;. Specltl aerom modatloae to 40c Vlofjir. . Jersey City depot and rode with us up to to Commercial Travelers. The sr will tit 11.03 -.- . always supplied with th ckoletit Nyack. A goodly number of aainta turned Wbeat. 1883. brands of Llqior aid Cigar. meeting through the light to the S P. Arnica Salre. out Bucken's ! snow that had fallen during the morning. The best salre In tbe world for Cuts, Drulaes, E I preached Jesus, the Healer, to them and Boies, Ulcers, Salt llheitui, Kovrr Sores, Tetter, RI. A DAILY Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all feMn Cbsppe-three invalid put their trust in Him for Eruptions, and positively cure piles. It guartheir maladies the first in Nyack where anteed to glv entire sstlsfsctlon or money refundEnat I published to subscriber at the Allowing all seemed sfraid to touch the gospel of ed. rrlc25centaperbox. For sale by Tenny A bodily hesling. Six others came for spe- McAlister Millions Giren Away. cial blessing. At night the lecture-roonr maii. roaTsou ram: Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Dally and Sunday edition, ooa year .JI 00 Millions of Dottles of Dr. King's Now Discovery was crowded and two confessed the dear 4 01 Dally and tjundsy edition, six months. Coughs and Coldt, have been . 00 Dally and bunday edition, three months The only lino running "Name above every name." Yon know for Consumption, Ilottles of tbe largo aire. Thl clren away as Trial All subscriptions invariably in advance. we are hero only for two days, while out enormous outlay would bedlsastilousto tti pro PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS An extra copy of the psper'wlll be. mailed fre standing engagements for Music Hall in prietors, were It not for the rare tuerlta possessed for on year to any person who will rait a club ol AND ten annual subscribers at on poitofllce, and forwonderful medicine. Call at fenny A Mc- Brooklyn sre being "played out" After by this ward their nsinos and addrr-- i, together with (70. fee, and Drug Store, get a Trltl llottl IIY CAItltlFK y we will have a clean field for an In- Alltte r's Dally and Sunday edition, 11 cents per week, or try for yourself. It never falls to cure. definite period. Lent overshadow the U cents per month, payable tu carrier. vOM PUICK BY 8lN(ll.U COPY "City of Churches" now, and we hope to .. l'wu cents . Datlr edition SEW ADTEntlttEarSTR. .. . .Three e nts I.oiiiHTllle, Cincinnati uuil Lex- Sunday (double slse). catch at least some stragglers, who slop at Agents, carriers. nwleslera, newsboys or any ington, Ky., on tsndllngTHK NEtH, are nqulred to sell th such season to think a little about their psperln conforraitr with tho above rales. souls. TIIK A.'ll'.M, ClneInnsU,() . 'C.ofC. has another interpretation, for Brooklyn, to me. It will in all time be in Connecting In ssme dcol with fast trains tor WEEKLY NEWS! my recollections the "City of Cats," for of Hare opeoot up a LUMDEB YARD In Stanford, In Will ba Irmed by tbo all the places, little or big, that I am ac- connection with tbclr MILL at Hazel Patch, and will keep constantly quainted with, it 'wears the blue," for these and farm purpose. on hand Lumber for building Cincinnati News Publishing Co. in The Direct Route toLynchtmrg, Dan loving if not lovable creatures. Did all It Is Democratic paper, devoted to P titles, ville, Norfolk, News, Markets, Agriculture and L'teratura, and Brooklyn worship cats, there could hardly FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. will lx edited with the view of making it adrtlr. be more of these prowlers of the night. abl Vsmily New.psier. for public favor, Th WVe and I counted eight while, grav and and North Carolina As a new randldsta the requirements ol it Wtek-- y Iiecauto your houte, or your goods, or your live All Virginia readNews will ester to property hsve not been burnt other Points. ers It will tborouahlr dltcuts all live questions blackquattlngorcreepingln the back prem stock, r vour dr or lightning, It no guaranty that or Injured by give psrtlcular attention to apply to ofthe day. II will the first day they cannot b. Don't you think, then, that it iseof2C0 Shermerhorn St, For tickets srd further Inforuistlon, th gathering or inenews upetiat car win no would be prudent to secure Indemnity in case your nearest ticket office, or address taken in compiling the various market reporta. In we came; 39 S. Oxford wa the same, in the Interest of Ihe farmer, a goodl spse wlrt I NYACK, February 5, 1883 sny J AMEN (J.KRNNT. devoted to sgrtculture. (leserst literature and fact, only yellow predominated there. One at the lowest rate obtalnsbla lu.even snd YOU mar f'Amn.nv I renreu-n-t (lenl. Southwestern Agent, lltar lattrtvr : various mattsis tltted for th lanills circle will We are lu the pretty village, nu niter of that cheerful tint and striped Uke your choice. J30.M. I'lllLU'N. 3I0W MslnbU.Iiulsvllle.Ky. comprise an Important department ot tbe paper, and it will be the purposs ol the niausgement to so on the Hudson, again. It is Rockland like a young Bengal tiger, In particular at W. FUI.I.EII. II. Oen'l l'ass'r Agt. edit and publish the 1 he Weekly Newt s to comC. W. HMITII, 0u'I Manaier, mend it to snd make It a welcome visitor In every county, N Y.. that holds this gem of vil- tracted our attention. His must have been lllcbinond, Virginia. household. lage beauty. Marie and I took a walk on baritone wet heard again and again at the The Weekly News Is a large quarto, coulstnlrg columns of reading matter, prlulMl on a r the Dry Dock, lust below our boarding nightly rehearsals. I begin to see why so a tin article ot calendared paer. yesterday evening after r. M. ser- many words in our expressive language Stock, Crop & Farming Implements. order to reach all classes. It will be sol 1 at th home, In following low vice and chatted the "shipmen" tars.biiild-err(nf,at- beginning with cat, in composition abould A TES OV SVIISVIU PTO.V; Hating reutid tar bro. I will sell at public sal great rate. Here are sloop be words of sombre import. Catastrophe, on tbe preuilM, 1j utiles from McKloney, on . A single copy, one year f 1 00 A dun of tn copies, mailed lu one poitotttce, schooners used in the coasting trade, caalepsy, raftplasin, cat irrh. cat tract, and and . 9W one year 20, 1883, TUESDAY FEBRUARY vst- A club vl twenty copies, mailed to ou hauled up and undergoing repairs, prepsr ao on ad libitum I never thought before of . 17 00 orBce, on jrar One pair large Mules 3 Mires bred to Jack. I work atory to the ipring trade. We wero psr the phllologlctl side ot puss, but there evi- Horse, I tuod Cow and Call. 1 yesrllng rjteer, C post. A rliibof thirty copies, mslled to on 21 U) I win year. licularly Interested in witnessing the stea- dently is one. I call attention of schoUra now., tl bbosts, 1 MiCormack rJteJer, I Hinder, 1 Mower, 1 lurty copies, nulled lo one iost- Molliiehulkey l'low.1 Albtou Atlubof 30 Oil .. ... . .. Hhsller. 1 otfice, on yesr . ming of the heavy to the fact and pas on having no leiture to lur lUke. I Cornnestly nw, food BlirlDZ SZO0.and nesrly very1 Farm VYsicous, I And larger clubs at the rate of ? cents, per with which the vessel are sheathed, und investigate. , 2o0 barrels ot Corn, 10 but copy per auuutu tnlmt d on a Terms News will b ma Andtnadlltlun.TbsWetkly en ci wnetu.zu ton. iiuioiuj n.j.-- c. We had a bleiued time at Music Hall last All nm.Ar tin .nit over. credit uffimoilths: UU' the fitting of Ihl otherwise intractable frtsi for ooo year to ny person who will talus a club ol twenty or more anuusl subacr bcrs at on lumber, to the visaed bottom by means of Sunday; 60 oonfes-ioatthethrea servic-- s der tint amount, cub. esi to urgiu st tu u rivv. au t ttrldrtss IV. II. t'l.UYU. poetotllce, Slid forward tbclr iiauu jack screws. Thus held In position they reminded ua alittle of "the good old time." with tb rtiul.lt amount ol money, as er abut pRorjturroit. table, of rates. fastenaro spiked on with galvanized iron We are getting pretty hungry for their reings nearly as heavy a those used in put turn ami feel sure they are right before us. ! CLUBS ling rails on cross ties in ordinary railroad And we shall not have to retrace our steps construction. One blessed old craft thus, to have them, as some seem to think. Nothlisting bad thla Hotel C.JOI-I- M being treated, waa named the Kilen Lllxa, ing has sustained me In this comparative I.Hinl, Hauls Mock. Lite Stock, Will b distributed among tbos who obtain and Jrop hiiii lnruuuK am- gaunt old maiden lady she wa of dearth of apparent results but the certain and ii Nwa lb snd toTb Weekly Irom soy lea Isrgett clubs of IllCIUCIIIM. onritaiby th ltt lull rats subscribers thirty-siwinters, but still staunch tim- hope that tho harvetl would come. It Front basement to garret, dsy ot Julv. HUU. Lach subsirlptlou In tbes club will b bered and only needing a few worn plank would drive me mad, auro enough, could I will sod testament of AsEieculorof llislsit Intt'iitl 10 Keep l( In H NUiclly ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. 1st resilluuber dee'd, I will to be replaced by no- - ones; and then froth believe that I turned away from fielda Tbomssy,C tulles front Crsb Orchard.at bis for sal eipos dent FlrnJ-ClasSfHiuier, J00 In gold For Largest Club. t public auction, on painted, the old girl will sail around next "white to the harvest" to como to barren " " will add to Ibt ' 3d " " prlngaa gaily aa if she wero sweet sixteen. wastes where harvests are Impossible. I WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, '83, And leat nothing undone that " i'T" '".!! !W " " 4th " SO I bppe r.llen Klltt will be spared a watery have never been more clearly "led of the " OF MY GUESTS. " 8lU " Two brood Mare. 2 young Hbrtes, pair woik Mulet, COMFORT th " g grave if only for the sake of her Incompar spirit" than in leaving Kentucky for thU Cow, yssrliogMule. I pod I greed Hull. 7lb " llogi, II bbesp, II 4 Calves, 2 ' Itb at able name, and long "walk tho water aa a Northern country. "Turn ye Northward" stockblew, C Heifers, Kicks, Cnrn, W heat sod Oats, M Hogs.r)lrsw uih " thing of life." There were more pretty waa loo often repeated to me to be mistak- New liugxy, Hocktwty, sit ol uw Vuigy lisruns, .. Sll " " 10th ' Mowing Mschlue, UlJlog lUks, 2 Vsgont, on Ar titfrted steam yachts and sailing ditto hauled up en. "I know my Shepherd's voice," what-evli.w, and lusnr other Farming Iuidcuients,Uouse-hol- d 1,W Total.., and Kltckeu Furniture, Ae Also Btscks Hay else I may be Ignorant of. PRAISK at tht point and waiting the exit of winter rsrtlrswoiklon lor tlis tbors wemtums must A trsct of Land ofabout SIS Acres, adjolningths SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Invariably send on dollsr with each nam n portm A tract ot land lo display their beauty and speed. We THE LORD. And not one doubt haa He lui.ttd.knownsth(lotrfMUldUtoo trait, nosr ed, and tbsy should git names with P. O. adtw Acres, cslled th ol To patronise, me, as I bsv stsry convulenc,sucU dresses, and send money a fast as lit ulcrll(s enjoyed a lovely bud set also, that lit up permitted to cross my mind sloe I lelt my tn alaul out towu uu. iu ,u n v. .. mNICKBAMPLKKOOMS, Ac., for tbclr us. aro obtained wlthlcg to buy th tbe windows of the homes in Tarry town at own dsar State, for He knew I couldn't Joseph, Mo. J Failles furwrllrulardewrlpllou.resliy Bioall amounts of money may will call on B. lth tb Company' vita, but amounts over f I tuutl to that which comttk upon Truitudknoniady olssl. will L sold such a rate that the village seemed on fire. bear that, ordtr, br Htock lllhhi.ltnn.riIn N.t. tut Monday, Mar , Baggage Transferred to and iron wut by iotttcs mousy ipwliuencbctkor and Ihtu1 tvpy letur Hcod lor btatifotd Here and there, an Isolated villa on th me daily," for "a wounded spirit, who can at lb court tfitusr subecrlb for It. Addreu the Depot free of charge. County Court day. J. H. MVhl..Y, I am on the right track. No hillside glowed by itself like a little sun, bear?" Not UIK WttKLY NKWB. Kxr.Tbos. C liuuiber. U.W, Ktao, Auc 4 and 20 lUc tlrtsl, Clnclrnall, Ohio, W, N. aYHANt'la). Ulv tu a calL All tht world could not j and a passing evening train on the Hudson doubt of that. l' ' perm ads me otherwise That settled, all the rest is easy and light, a Jesus' yoke and burden are bound to b? I can seethe end by faith. I want no other guarantee Those who do not walk by filth will one day see, a Thomas did and then exclaim, as h Mid, "my Lord and my God." Yet la it more blessed for those who have "not seen and yet have believed." Marie and I have just returned from a long walk up Broadway, which Is the stteet of pretty Nytck Over a mile long It la; following the curvature of the river bank and beautifully micadamlied and paved. We came back In fresh raptures at sight of the lovelr villas, the broad Tappan Zee; the five village In sight, at once, across the river; and even the low, heavily built Dutch farm houaes, of red stone filled In with snowy cement, which abide as relics of the period when they looked on the love ly scene with never a dream that it was lovely, but only btillt so aa to be In close proximity to the river, by which supplies were received at elated Interval from passing craft. Our lovely villa, with two stately willow trees on the edge of the front lawn, hid closed abutter, Indicating It aa only the summer residence of some grandee; but a nailed to one of the threatening willows wsrned offall trespassers with the peremptory words "Keep off these premises." So I promptly stepped on them and tramped around a while by way of protest and testimony and csme off again feeling btller. When I see an order on boat or In waiting-room- , "Do not spit on the floor" Immediately my salivary gland begin to work, while "Gentlemen are kindly requested to use the spittoons'' disarms me at once. "The law raakelh wrath" always if grace go not before il, Then I delight to do Thy will, comrs in so beautifully. "Thou shall" and "Thou shall not," never saved a sinner, nor sanctified a mint, yet "We are not under law but under grace," I our magna charta of the liberty where with Christ maketh free, PRAISE THH LORD. He always act in grace a being tbe God of all grace, He needs must; giving a day of grace; a throne of grace; telling us by grace are ye saved; sweetly assuring us the grsceof God bringeth salvslion; and at every turn breathing the benediction, "the grace of our LORD JESUS CHRIST be with you all." O, it i loo lovely for any one but "our God." It I' just like HIM! Geo. O. Barnes. Ever In Jesus, sign-boar- d rnortsMosAt t. iv vasivox. T. W. AWE VAIlNON. wstLscas.via.-o- . FOB SALE! Intending to remove to Loulivlll ray I offer for at ,av, tl trt -t -- y nilNTIHT, tmtur-paue- Office-So- uth Cincinnati, New Orleans Teas Pacific I. Railway. HILL Jit., einrii ,ii3i.iiii J. 111 JON. NKVKIIANCE, ROBINSON J. , T TEE TO THE PUBLIC rcusTOjr oitiNiivo.' -- K C8l 11 1 1 1 ... ...... ., .. ... .... .-. M Tusclooa....i !'. .... ForMt..... ...... .. ... - MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. ...: .. .. !.. !.. 1 1 ............. Propr its !.. - lr ..... .... cwt,... m and Still ;m 1 VICg-DUK- O, tr lb....... ...). .. . lb........ ......., .. .... .. ....! - 1 1 COLL-BltA- a- -d 11 stone-hous- The Cincinati News 1 1 Kentucky's Route Domocrntio Nowspaper! l.A.:H ofSBlHCllITIONi A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. ..... ...-- LUMBER! Ad-d- OWSIil. Y ITIII,IEK 120-- 1 THE Aral-cla- PUBLIC SALE tUty-lbu- a ST.ASAPH HOTEL. ..... .. odii-e.u- 1 us-- iu- K n 1IV-.- 1 W, S. FRANCIS, Public Sale lHXAlVrOiei, - - KY. PREMIUMS FOR Kolurnisliea and Roilttcil I H $1,000 IN x 1 year-Hu- I'oi.iiiici'clul Traveler - er roor-ttou- ...... regis-cer-- ll, JDO-- tt y, wwiwyi imwwi ii mi ii ftnwm iwwiiiiiii ij i;kjiwir ai 11 mim j, X&g'XSWHfSSX - i..;.-.,.. lU'IL'-U- . 1'J 'l ", , I IJUJIIII nwaril I I for v tA)Mil:fltV .V ttfttofn MsKASAifflttHS, MKMUlil iV (HHal I'Utl.YO, it. I'e Solnvfllo nnftlyzes in tho .Wliie WiiEMlsnrirciM clown not n clown) Wonderful nt ah- tho feats of chew-playewho rnn work hl(l A gomo or a Schhtifi'j " the results of reccht Euro- When lie's n tumbler, (cries of games without seeing tho Itnnrd, pean cent'iTa by ages, nnd tho register A flcccxssrcr. debater Tho hornot there it nothing really rcmnrkablo in of deaths alto by age. If we slriko i nlvovys carries his xiut. Taestay Morals, February 13,1883 them. When once mastered, the trick mean of the comma from 1800 to 1872 wo Tub strength of tho firmer Is oftenis not only fairly easy of iierfnrmnneo, but find that Kuropo (exelnslvo of Ilussla, Turkey nml tonio small Bonthcrn stales) times concentrated Iu hit butter. tho fact that the prociM it purely mental Titop. Hxotfti.K.1 says that ettlictloisni mm i i' i i.4itiu rnthor facilitates than impedes tho Action K.teMcd in 1870 n mnn )opulalion tit - t iliortn tilings over of tho mind. To tho "blindfolded" 212,010,1)70, classed as follows from tho Is the crankiness of etthet lew, or esthetics Iiro jw'T ..iir t.'icro is present n mental loint of viow of advanced ago : 17,313,-71- 0 gono Wilde. which Mwm j i en iiflbnl to o tor of more tlinn CO years, 7l,859 of PniSTiso for tho blind was easily f wrapping picture nf tho bpard with tho pieces in mantle. It It (Inas soon ns tho printers could llowover, Jicro i position. I7o can chaugo tho position moro than 00, nnd 0,103 of moro than pnper, fit' lf ttlint n Ileljfmu inipor liaA to hv on tho of tho men na easily as lm can think, nnd 100 years I, a, 1 inhabitant iu 12 of rniso tho letters. 8nlirutt " Vli of t Ii.ir not mlmirod after ho has once mattered the difficulty mora than CO, 1 in 2.GC9 of mora than Tun phrenologist is governed moro tlioto flun mitliniH nml wondrous pnper of fixing the mental picture, it is dis- 00, nnd 1 in C2.C03 of moro than 100. by his feelings tliau nny man In any nmlHiMiitos whk'li cover ttic hallcst box tinctly licfoio him. Somo players, who Women, M. Solnvillo finds, nro moro other business. numerous in extrcmo old ago than men of conlWilioiicrj, nrul mako tho contents do not in their common process of mem Tub good die yonng. Tho bad llvo to A myneo pietnro phantoms,-worlron liHiulrcii times more nppetizing? tho nnd tho difference increases with thongo. Ho nbout tho weather nud nro spoken of at CO years tho ndvnntago is with ns the oldest inhabitants, liouqtict witli it.t pretty collar ot law, mores t algebraical propositions nro Thus armket Willi 1I1 bund ol grtlnnro, or occasionally worked, by phantoms of tho women in tho proportion of 7 per Hau Hotspur been n sailor ho need lino roiwt leg of mutton uitli n goffered sound ; but, as n nile, s nro cent, nt 00 nnd nlnrvo it rites to 45, nnd nover havq gono without his grog j he alcuvo nil 6tm to Inka on n new charm, mental picture readers, nnd can nl pleat-nr- e with ccntennrinut to GO per 100. It It in could coll spirits from tho vasty deep. o tmo i. It call 'up any no of tho pict- Franco that wo find tho greatest relative flotnf litnca tlui manner Tub Philadelphia Vacj says that a n which an object it presented ft liettor ures of lmnrds ns they last conceived number of inhabitants at tho rigo of CO than tho prrsntit itself. Tlicro nro verj them. The most ilifllcult feat, nnd ono nnd upward ; bnt it is not bo for cen- Now York policeman has been promoted tenarians, of whiMi Franco has less than becauso ho caught n miscrnblo'cohl ono few inniititncttirerrt of laco paper, trail which very few. .mental these almost nicluaivcly in Franco nnd cm necomptish, is to piny two or thrco nil tho other states of Europo except' day. Tnn latest esthetic slang tho ladles Germany. It dates onljr within tho liul gnmes simitltuueously, tho moves mado Belgium, Denmark nnd Switzerland. n fifty jenr, like m many other articled ol by their opponeiitt being told them In From n calculation 6f deaths by ngos nsrfwhen reproving their ndtninng luxury. Confectioners and pastry eook closo sequence nnd their own moves tho result it reached that, to tho total friends Is ; "You (latter ton awmake, of; course, great uso of it; but being directed after nil tho reports ot deaths, thoso nt tho ago of 00 nnd up- fully perfectly rauelu" butchers arc now putting their choicest tho proceedings of their opponents havo ward boro tho following proportions to Lead j so out ot tho village ot Hope, Joints in lace paper. Then horticultur- been received. Thus, if thcro bo sev tho countries named, nnd nrraLged ac N. J., it n covered bridge, upon which ists, florists nnd cigar manufacturers cm. eral players against tho ono mental cording to tho decreasing order ot im- somebody has written.: "Who cutcn ploy it. A proof of tho extension of the player, ho must bo told nnd remember portance : Great Britain, 0.73: Swo- - hero leaves Hopo behind." manufacture may ho formed from the what each of his adversaries hat dono den, 7.30; France, 0.58; Belgium, 607; Jones Bays that ho used to be protl- fact that, while not more than iOO.OOC beforo ho logins to give.the instructions Switzerland, 0.00 ; Holland, 4.47; Italy, cieut in half a dozen languages, but franc' worth was turned out in Pari; for his several countcr-movc- i. In this 3.70; Bavaria, 3.42 ; Prussia, 3. 00; Aus-tri- sinco ho wai married ho it not oven somo thirty yeiraiigu, it is now sold tc exploit, tho most perfect development 2,01. Tho result is in accordanoo master of his own tongue. of from 000,000 to of tho ye.irly faculty ot distinct pictur- with what wo know of tho mean ago of is "WrtAT is that, mother?" 700,000 francs. It is exported nil ovei ing nnd displacement nnd recall ol mo uccenseu in ino samo countries. tho Legislature, my child." " What tho world, but principally to Xortli am? mimtnlipietures, nt will is exhibited. The does it do, mother ?' " It repeals net COSCKItXIXU THE JIHA1X. South America. Next in order com prodigious difficulty of tho feat can only Tho dog's brain is no larger than that passed by tho Legislature, my child." England, Spain, Italy, Itimia, Austrin, bo realized in tho attempt to perform it. of sheep, nnd is smaller than tho ox's. Kkcitation in Political Economy-Sen- ior etc Tho material U rather ciwtly, unJ Cveu thoexicrt blindfolded r (afraid ot being called up) tho paper hat to bo specially prepared can rarely succeed in nccomphahing the Iu tho elephant wo find that organ by rubbing each sheet on both sidei pcrfortnnnec we hnvo attempted to des- woighuig three times as much ns in man. "Wliat's tho foundatiou of the Bank ot Tho whalo nnd other cetccw, havo brains England?" Special " Brick, I think." with sonp powder, to that they mnj cribe. Ijtiu;ct. superior to that of man. When tho easily separate. Kight sheets nre put Master "What does Condillae say weight of tho cncophalon is compared nbout brutes in tlio scale, ot Wing?" on tho matrix, nud then tho work-gi1 1 vii it Ji i my a. with thafrof tho body, wo find that in Scholar "lio says a bruto is an imperbeats with n small hammer until tho Yo notice l)ial many havo n mania man it Is relatively smaller than in sev fect animal." "And what Is man?" is cut out. Thirty blown aro neces- for talking cf their ailments. Ono sary to cut ten Hipiaro centimeter?. question about their health will tilt over eral species of monkey, (tho ousistiti "Man is a jierfect brnte." Efforts hme been mtde.io cnt the papoi on you tho great reservoir of Iheir com- for example), tho sparrow, tho torn-ti- t In analyzing green tea, tho authoriwith ono stroke, but t'ley hnve been tin- plaints. They hao told tho s ory so and tho canary. Tho dog has also relaties of Berlin found that somo of it was successful, and the littlo lend hammers often Hint they can slide through tho tively less than tho bat, tho horso tlinu adulterated with flowers of hay, cocoa, tho rabbit. If tho circumvolutions or liavo to Iw retained, Tho Jittln hoxei whole, from 0 abovo to O below. potato and corn. After this ono can For varied and irregular folds noticed on tho for fruits and terrinrs, etc, aro inodo, thirty years tlu-ispino has been nt a understand why so many old Indies look by machinery, but only within discount, nnd they nover weru nny bet brain of certaiu nnimals aro, ns somo upon cup of ten ns victuals. however, a tho kit lour yearn; imil, as they are CC ter of neuralgia till they took the rheit- - authors consider them, evidences of suwant to J. P. B Galvestos periority, it will bo found that tho ass per cent, cheaper, a great many of them matwm. At first you feel sympathy for writo something for your paper. What are sold. tho invalid ; but, nfter awhile, tho story has fully ns many, aud tho elephant moro stylo of matter do you liko lest? I is touches (he ludicrous. They tell yon than man. It generally admitted that wast you to answer this without any ixiii.tx xames. so faint iu the morning, a man whose braiu weighs less than 1,000 foolishness." that they Singlo column display Nomenclature nnionR tho Indian ii grams is necessarily deprived of intelliapt tu bo exceedingly bewildering, both nud hnve Mich n poor appetite nt noon. gence. Physiologists nro not, as (without cut), w. ly., is tho sort of matyet, to themselves and everybody else, frbm 'and cannot sleep nights, and havo lum ter wo liko best. Send us some. See bago iu th. ir backs nnd little dots Uoat-I-ng ngrced on tho question as to tho age rates sent by moil. 7exa SifUngt. tho fact that one name, whether el when tho brain attains it maximum before their eyes, and havo taken pcrsou or a thing, never has tho slight APaiusiam, af tcrarraying himself elabammonincum, gargled their throat with weight, and as to whether there exists est distinct relatiou. and gun, such a period as that when that organ orately with gaiters, game-ba- g ' To one uunrquiiinted with custom; sal ntntimtiiiic niid bathed their back decreases or atrophies. According to accompanied by his faithful dog, went liniment; Hint very ivhicli dictatu these unmes, tho ritlicu uith Mr. Gratiolet, "the brain grows con- forth to hunt, but shot nothing. Deemloin and ofteu apparently meaningless 'moment they nro chewing cliamomilo ing it unsatisfactory to return empty-hande- d rlonera tnrettlo their stomachs, and ex- stantly, at least among tho Caucasian to tho house, ho stopped nt the I titles seem nbsnrd freaknof fancy. Thi races, from early childhood to decriped they often nre, to be wire, but as fre- cuse theuiFclves for a moment to take ofl old age." is said that Cromwell's market and bought a hare, which he It quently tliey iiavo n signitleanco wlijcli a mil tnrd plaste? that begins to blister, brain weighed 2,238 grams; that of presented to his wife. " All," said his honors tlio niiiu if it does notdeslguate rhej are tho harvest of drugguts nnd Lord Byron, 2,228; that of Cuvier, wife, " so you killed it ? You did right. his family. Onlinarily, however, tilt Ihoamarement of physicians, who no was high time. Ho is beginning to clear tho pain lrom ono spot than 1,S29 ; but theio figures, which aro not It appellation he receives is obtained nt sooiur llaphael, decay." ' appears in another. At times wo incontcstiblc, prove uotliing. random, and it is likely to 1k changed it Descartes, Yoltairo, Xapoleou, Schiller, A rooLisn old woman, being one evenany time, either by the wearer or his should talk over our distresses and seek nnd many other illustrious men hod small ing at a party, was greatly at a loss for friends. In faet 'it' H Vjuito tho thing sympathy, but perpetual discourso on heads, and their brains could hardly something to say. At length sho venfor n warrior tu cuiuigo his namo aftei iqii-- thi m ' wears out tho patienco of filcmlH. You always eee tho young liave greatly exceeded tho nverago tured to inquiro of gentleman who sat each exploit, always adopting some do- - our weight, which varies from 1,328 to next to her whether his mother had auy ecriptive and complimentary title, 01 people run from tho groaning valetudi 1.421 grams. gontlcman Tho children. politely perhaps anfortuuately for him ir narian, and tho minuter fails in his pointed out tho nbsurdity of hor inTAXDKltUll.rs WEALTH. caso of failurj i i uu expedition, cow. condolence, for why speak of tho pa" I beg pardon," exclaimed the A correspondent sends to n New York quiry. ardieeor some evidence of weakness, liw tienco of. Job to ono that says boils are pcrcoiving her mistalro "you has it changed for him by lib friends uitiiiiuu iu ins uisiresst's r J. no IIOUOV paper tho following calculation with re- old lady, me. I wish to inquire All Indians, even great chiefs, seem te ho udes is wounded. Incurable nags gard to tho reputed wealth of William don't understand whether your grandmother had any are taken out on the common and killed, It. Vanderbilt : Estimating it nt wm.'8$ u rt'icurkuolu fondness for to count it, at tho rate of 83 each children." r and while the lending man in but thu o,r hobby jogs on with no ' the tulx) may insist en being called by hope en the other side of tho Red scaoi second nnd ten hours n day, it tvould it had take.w Vibj U b to cold T lilt I cum his own choice title, nothing prevent joining I'lmjaoh's horses. Tho moro it take 11 year., 151 days, 5 hours nud 10 I fflrtM it tlio UU t his leiDg known nud designated by o limjM, and the harder it breathes, the minutes. In gold it wonld weigh 781 Or i It ttut oa Xt Vou'i J 7, th.y ride it. 7'. DeWltt lil-iiini-ir tons and 500 pounds, requiring n train . faster I hid not time to ct!l ? very dillcrent, and perhaps rerlupa ftha nwnu tit btiltla of 79 cars of 10 tons capacity to movo it; As deformities, s Mil Taotnpton on tb tUlrs; in silver, 10,714 tons nnd 671 pounds, of character or accident to Jinil liut tbea on) alwiyi doci 10 or feature often suggest fit names, it if UOtr MII.TOX CA3IK TO WUITEuPAtt- -' requiring, 1,072 cars' for its tnuisporta-tion- . At Ue tait:jr criitli iffaln. I, AViHK KIUIAISMK" In gl bills, lying lengthwise jn a Cm it ab, no, it mutt not Ul sometimes inipoPHihle to know by the It was at tho time of tho great plagua continuous line, it would rcnch3l,019 All e!e lulgtit do no lunu ; apptd utiou i whether tho warrior is ir Hull m loit It I hmi hurt the poet of "Paradito Lost" took milefl, 1C2 rods nnd 7 feet, or contempt or honor among his nssoci. that entirely Iter ucelnated rm! ap his abode .at Chalfout, and it was around tho globe nnd along its tcs. Strangely enough, too, however, diameter through the instrumentality of a com-aio-n with far from llattiring tho titla of a' warrior J.919 miles, 1C2 rods and 7 feet to friend ot his and William Penn'a sparo, or moro, than of tho Tho layer develops itself under tin lie is sure to accept it sooner or later, this retieat was selected. Thomas distanco from our planet to tho moon. epidermis of tho cork-oariieie is n (single approach to genera' that This tree. tho Quaker, had mado Milton's If laid " widthwise," these 81 bills would which bolouga to tlio region of tho Med .'ustoji iu the naming of sous by theii Ellweod, icijUatntanco iu London somo years rench 14,500 miles, 151 rods nnd 8 feet, iterraneon, is very abundant iu Spaiu, fatticrs nud the daughters by theii when huutod out of house and or from New York city to moro than 30 Italy, tho South of Franco nnd Algeria, nntliors. Daughters' naaios aro ncvei aome by the Mucks Justices, and read miles beyond Choyeuno added to half where it alono forms considerable foriltored, and, us married nomendo not Latin to him in his lodging in Jowin tho circnnifcreneo of tho globe. In 81 ests. fnko their IiiiitbnuiV lumrs, there it itreet. When the plnguo grew fierce in bills it would spread a carpet 103 feet imlli.iijf in the Up to tho ago of 12 years, tho trei iH llatiolt loiiidicatt ;ho city, tho blind oct bethought him nnd 3 inches wido and 3G miles long ; n produces a hard, irregular, tough kiuc ' tl.fr nu Indian niiw It married oi k Secretary, nud asked him carriago drive 4 it his feot and 11 inches wide of cork, which can only bo used for lloati sound him somo retreat iu his and over l.SCO miles long; or a comfort-abl- o or buoys ; but, after this is carefully ro took this "pretty Ellwooil promenade 2 feet and 5 inches in moved, a now layer forms itself, which, rHiiVITAMK 1AT10ATIOX, aud it was hero that he doi" for Lawyer" Hurrah, let mo congratu tiuagattcdliim; him tho .idea of "Paradiso width, and more than 3,012 miles in being no longer compressed by tho cpid to length. In 820 gold pieces, lying sido crniis, is regularly developed, nndgrowi late you. You are the luckiest of handed him tho by side, it would coustiuct a sidewalk tho truo cork for a"i ,f Oi Regained."-- Milton i v Knaunscript.-obottles. hub. t iiiiuiucu mi'. "Paradise Lost" to iwts 43 inchoa wido but a few rods short of They embrace, and tho client ventures In about ten years it gains tlio necesplansantly said to 10 ais imlgment on. miles long ; in silver dollars, lying sary thickness, when it is cut round tin to ask the cause of so much emotion. Ell wood relates in his Life, contiguous, a boulevard 100 feet wido trunk at tho top nnd bottom, and, by "Thanks to my skill," replied tho aim," " 'Tliou host said much here of paradiso aud 8; miles iu length. vertical incisions, stripped off iu planks lawyer, " I havo obtained a judgment in ost, but what host thou to say of paro-lis- o which aro sent to market. Tlio naun your favor in tho Supreme Court," Ho mado mo no answer, girls in a Brooklyn Sunday-schoo- l found?' Bout littlo operation is repeated every ten years , " After nino long years." j ont aatiSomo timo in muse; then ho wero studying tho history ol iit,.i uxj nviu ri1... uviltnuio . ii bo that a singlo tree gives in 150 yean JJUI, ...1..m. ivnun, UIIUIJ protozoa tliat discourso and fell upon David, the passage lor tho day being never." twclvo or fourteen harvests, producing i A sickuess as " ITow much do I get?" asks tho cli mother Bubjoct. city f ter the cleansed, w ho that which describes tho shepherd boy's revenuo better than any land can all ore well Tho teachor )ver and tho victory our Goliath, ent, anxiously. to tho owner. ;unicd thiUur; and, when afterward I asked'the question . 'iX)v,v,anl3)y ol " Tho court decrees that you.Bliq,l re- iveut to wait on him there, ho showed you httlu girls tell mo who killed the .1 H3IITTKX tiKXATOIC ceive $2,000. Tho costs and my feo will lio his second poem, called ' Paradiso giant?" Quick as thought one of tho Mary Maddox, n beauty, visited tin . alf you will only amount to 1,500. so detrained.' uud in a idoasant tono said smallest r&p6ndc..'i, " Jitli" Benato Chamber ot tho Kentucky Lcgis iVji have to pay ino is 81,600." no W, 'This is owing to you, for you " Merciful heaven, and I must lose wy out it iuto head by the question you Tub moonlight btolo through Vene- lature. Senator Stanton's oyoa fell upot uiy first time. "Iu less timi money besido?' tian blinds and illuminated tho brow of her for tho to, than it takes to copy thorn," says thi " Of courso jou lose your money, bnt' .put,not me t Chalfout, which beforo I tho fair Cinoiimatian, as Alfred thought of, aad correspond ot Cleveland, stooped nnd Louisville Courier-Journconsolo yourself ; you havo gained your case. You con't expect to gala every pressed his lip upon it, baying " Your ent, " ho dashedjur tho following lines:' A MISTAKE. WUli Jinx-I-ii Hi" and autumn hair, thing." love for; mo will bo as oternrl as thu With aunict cberk and brow moat (air, TheKorristowu young lady wlio badly light of tho suits?" "Yes, Al'shoim-pulsivol- y " Theu I will go back to tho plowing. lib cjree 11a ilan that haunt tu aalaa swear to lovo Tho work is not near bo hard, and pays ivoumled her arm with a pin whilo em- murmured, hn la tho wi'.t the evening die, "" oracing, a female friend ibw mo doubt you as long as pork fat will grease gridUu an angel lace ' A woniaa better," said tho boy, The ttcnaU Chamber came to grace J acen taught a wliolesomo lesson, Qirls dles." A mement there abe OUod our night, I'iiofkhsiosal: Two housemaids stroll. alight embrace geutlemen friends all day Theu vaaeed vltbout and aU eaa night. ' j . ing past a brioa-bm- o i was esshop iaused tu ffithont scratching their arms with plus. In 1673 a public co e Ueu don't wear pins about the nock look'ot two chandeliers iu tho window tablished iu London for tho purposo of If wo would have powerful minds we thcro must think; if wo would havo faithful ono and ono ot ixcept, perhaps, old bachelors, who, checking iu temperance, aud y Sue elghteen-branchc" Which do yon liko when a real collar button flies off, aro aro over 1C0 such enterprises in En- hciirts wo must lovo; ii wo would havo brunches. three wo must labor. Thoso belter V saM the younger maid.. "'Ilia bliged to utilize a pii in its stead. Ilut gland, mostly iu London, Thoy rcceivo powerful mum-leu- , (i . '.rancher," laid the vetersu, "it is jirls are not expected to hug old bach-lo- r. tho hearty praiso of the church and tho lucludo nearly all that U of much value JVorrfffotcn Jlerald. aned." tnbstautial aid of tho respectable classes. iu this life. Stii-t- f rfiln lulftlsrlwrnal l J. Chchry A Do , Catarrh t'ur,oflfr $100 prqirlfiot' iMl'n sny aarjvwjT'oiaD. icy. - fwriiis cAsenf Cttatrh that can't I enrol with Hall' Cilarili Cure. Hold hr IVnrir A McAllnler, RUnford, Ky. Thousands aro being cured nf Catarrh verr year with Ht.ll' Catarrh Cure, that the doctors had Riven up and Mid colild not he cured. 75 rents a hot lie Hold hr Pennr ft McAllMer.Hiar.fonl, Ky. Cjhess-playc- - JFre 11 FREE! SELF-CURB, miUTII -l- lkv II. I' Moirlofl hnppm Man,! hliii eeiy Huthlay mnmlfg and br tiM nriho ffl niahleieept in. .hlhl Prayer Meeting efiry Kundty rVnnd attoo a. w. Tbunlay Meht GERMAN Ker II C. M..,il.n. MTrlntendent. Whli h Dotllltelr and nermanemle euret ftiiam Service! 1 M. frnri,(faiietl by .xnrrer.lany kln.1 ) n,lf- - BArfjnT.-fl- av ".! tniirlhIlarr, Pattor. Bundtyt, morning and lieir rt rnnnrmmi en anIam uiteet inm i.iiiow a night, Meeting eteiy Wednilay. afterarqnenceiifH.lfAI.iiee at ft tnenir, I aaot noon. Stindey M. 11. V llitiow mrrao y, oeltrnal lMltu,le, pein In the back, ttuperlntenilent Hehonl at M dlmneMof llnei pr. maiurr old nt. Hid many er-e- tt ether dleraiel Ibtt lead l reneiiHtptlon and a pre- cenu nr eireniara niRinrF grair in trd'i die Prrtcblne br l)r J W, Cot free by null. The l, VIUOH.ITIUI nneVroftd nnd lou .Hi lord a "unday llehool It eold a J.x weterame, eurmienneni. lvr Imi, nr Mi botrt lee l br all at drurtliti, rr will be eent trr l.y mall, are rely DHhr-H- i rt.UIAN, tKILTll.-ite- v. l" ei. McKI-- I tealeil. on receipt , f ptlre, b; t.ldn-tt- ni at V.J0. John rn. Mtlnf lnn.tiT He hootI'reyer Meeting W. '. t miTmiy. on Ileut, Muperlntendent Hnlon 113 Adtm itreel, 'I ntnla, Uhb). Wed nee, 1T nlihtt ll-ly- r rVleatent Iter Ibe I'Mteil matee ROBBED iculif i ,i.w ,l iliflt Iltr imlriff.l. 'Id Krltrl trti chtitrn PinmoKi. MkTIIi4 ifief IN VIG0RAT0R! c f dl. j. nmtnetd and ororul ,pecialll In then. Inowrvtlredi folhc.iirof.trri Birir. and ttrrmu. enl onhfied, fce Maealed enveloper-- . lra(UUcaaail,t. ai plain Addreil DR. WARD t, CO., Uettlaae, Mo. A favorite nretrrtntlon of one of lbs ISS3, A y GRANDC0M3IKATI0N, 1553, irree Scmi-Woekl- Interior Journal Ami Nervous Exhaustion, Pi'omatui'o Dosay, Ions of Memory. -- OPERA HOUSE. STANKOM). KY tin Uahtllle Aduri f.i THE Weekly Courier - Journal One An)i.1ri .'III Imimd n I'm.!, nf !,, letomn .'tiriir Men hv llrgnlar 8ENTFHEE . rfA ' ; ;.tJr. .. I -- HEAITP JOURNAL, MIlWAUKtt, WIS. ches-plajer- W. P. WALTON, SlteofSUrr, - Tropriotor. jetr Iftr i.nn- -l i nan papert lor Mill ine pi lever one. nmn Batnbllahed tit clicns-playc- rs Ily paying ntfaMytn will reeelre hreaierear com .'rte erte ot Pcen-er- jr your home ptier etili Ihe Omrler-Jeurne- l, 20a50. the fealln ciraeltj, InctuJIng KtUttJ, too. rrprrentiiltenewipevr of ln MHHk, and the Aiiilrraa Ilratonalila ralra to good attriillona. beel, l.rlliiMl aa.1 aMetl lantlly Weekly In Ihe u aboT. Unllfl Htatca. Thoe wnn dttlre U ettmlnta can do to at tan pie enpy nl the Couiler-Jenrn- liht AeWi TBnlei nit miaamn "BRADFORD" 1840. PORTABLE MILL. COia, WHIAT twill, lima e iiuatiaitini. l l l itrlfll Clrei. Addrete plainly i THOSBRADrORDICO. thtt office. Ill, lie. l; gen-leme- HOSTETTE fVi "The moat luilljr tnrrcetful effort ef meatern ' - llelf.n (Ireli .di Newt. ,4hu rlllMTI,o. ii. THE MIDWINTER (FiiriRUAnvi aPIainEnglishi O at- t TS HKRE KXPRESSEDl rtwiiueTS OUiFlCtClKliUITCUSTMSHT CENTURY! Notable ameog ihe ruilenlt of Stile tpeelally irtriire nutnuer are ine opening rriapicri 01 dlttvtM an. ihr "n. MMlt IreiTtB tkel llrtHtn I ftwswiifi ' 4 V iVoiiuui'm .SciiHitUoiit" 11 .., -- a, . V. ,...l ,.. I, I. ... ?;w ttory dealing with thet' pri.l,li.l women Thelliuttiatrd ,in . Iki...,lu.l ininn..ni.i tHMwg "It le a dewilpilfe piper on ibe lt .u 3MC9eVedeleeHeHi"V9"lT II 'Mmcrlt'iiii KIcIhth," the leading AiiiMli-aelcnett iliien piciueetl "A ll.tt lc.lrl In N"w Yoik," lllutirainl by tlluai. llutni. Inneu, Jr , aud where; a Mireptilral ptier Ltker. Illutlraie. alter urawlei .y Uu Mturlrr Mlllltt. Ktlellreeeiaway, mil Mhert, ' My Adtetittiree InZuul " by I'rtnk II Cutlilni. an iil,l..il.l r by (lenrf tv akte. on "The Oeolrt In Ibe Ameriejn Iterejfi to." Ma r Van Item elaer. wllh reurcdirrltent-ti- f chcst-plnyc- BlffeRS Inrall.1i. lirokrn down In health and cptr-I- ts by chronic irriuepela, or eiiarnni; lrom tho terrible exhaustion that lollona I tie nttacae of acute illeeaie, the Irttlmonjr nf thoutande wtii havo been rnltnl na hj a miracle from a almllir iiateof ro- -t rat Ion by Hoatctter'e Stonucti llliirra, is a aure guamntre that bjr the nmo meanavon, too, mar be sirtntrthrneJ and rl r rtstnred. for sale by all Drnralits and Dealers generally. OO EAHT TJO AVJ2T ti01t'X"IIt JO VIA LOUISVILLE & MISSISSIPPI DAILY TKAXNS TIIK KAflT AND MOUTH. t "I 01 n R. W. 3 LouisTillo to Cincinnati! Free Tartar Cart and New Pay Onachr Without Change. A 1 'mar la, co.iTJlflhts. tt.,r'or . hi M Sialcw.anitoi)lilAinpate, loele Ibe unliluiiraie.1 leaimet f I lanaiU. r.nRlaail, li-nccu'x Ine nemlierleelNiie aeemeeMy in' The Jew- Urrntnt, end all ntber cwmtitrien. r. iiwiwwr- iri i lumnn, o, mw r.iHiiin Tlilrti'-4- lt Trara' tiraetlrw. So outttocy, Theeclral JlartgeM, ' by Prank' IL l.y cliargo t " ckanur ati.in cf ni jJela ur Jran- ' Kealurrtef Ike New Nlh-!eer- . lm V. Mualtey, Ar , e ic , tmenrt liy men. Advi'H) I . inaillicr HI..I- I'lumU nbta i.n - tlir.imli tie arc tiolicul In nu .ir.erinieni lini. ,lnim inrer, eHiwineri,wHitalna a of greet Interest. Uio.HCI I'll- AMI'.UICAM, vrhlrh liaa parotlyoii dwlnburoe, byllelen Urar Cone. tlio larRMt circiilatlun, aiiillatlinmoaLlrifln-cnUa- l filee, rente; ft ajear, SI will pay foe a nine newapaper i" kiml iatlitlieun tlio leglnnlee: wlik Ihle num-be- r, TrorM. The Ml anUtrce uf mkIi a notice every nmoth't awl leelmlit-- all ul IV li ll.xeti'a lor II we mk.1 ihe three Itek RaMketa afreedy iwlanbra unj.ami Thlalargn illantratcl ltued lu I bit Tolunie. ccntalulng inl rktptertbf Vi;::Jl.Yat and that lewetkable errlrt "A Japer ilci.-tix- t ofpapere, "The Cbiliilan latitenl I eatetlcul." amllendiiuttftl til tlio complete. to wImmn. meelunlcn, lureiiUoiM, MMrtueorlna All dealert tell uuevn and late may made dlieci ta wnrke, nu I oilur ilenartmeaitw of luilulrUl wnntry. iT'jr. - ) l,' -- i'el in anvH"M all Hingla TIIK tr.XlVUY CO., New Ytk lv lOcruU. liew. coj.i. ' deal.M" Addr.ea, Mnrn X Co..imWlliem of Scion-UflAm rWn. 2t:l Itr.Way, New York. Handbook k'x.n t .atmt inatle.1 free. f ClcorKe M'llllHiu C'lirtU. Ky 8. with fronlliplere fW'tlt engrti. eil by Cole, and a iiallnuail- ibe l.ire.at.try of by lrt. M. mining life, "The ry lltlrtick by ltnoell. n trfogiapbteal tke4i.li ei ima Wt ' " ," I1 W1T thtS, Totveryv . .1 i w4im cr cM tnun troubled wUlsrir cott or rnyl"M debility or linp0ttu.a 'o.m r.rcuisv U nt f tfn I fu.l Ntl rrn on poatAl cnnl ta HARNI0 nKMCOY CO, At. Loul, Mo Howty urtdiu T' cunt wcfluvm ou f lUia.etfiJourrmdi CvJ lM . riMiMl wi' a niniinsm I.! tbalUmoiOcl. of I htm Nu lit!., tn)f bortbat . IM thm mi IhU 0ertr w It . J t'k1 lf tbviaas, rtifut )iittNllr ,wtnpiilttfrttkarMTttl1e) . T Tifl kS Itnmi ' ' ' tt "4 I t llr im l lenta--- ! KstaiN. JiifVi Shh. nied Ike I'aMUIet at 11 ninbiloMiillltihti eJletlwarwaal rarftl mat Itaekf I trtraTAA laaooeleee BwlaU With tJ Il ''' -'- IrI - M " 'ZZtSmiUlm .wW i iSwTalsr, f aetaaaotlcltonifor ti.lj.nl. rr4t Wo enntinna to ,,.,, 11 lt sail i:TI rauo. - lt g, i .ML lea M '& W Kn(0!-neitii- DAILY TRAINS AND THE WEST. A iATARRH 13 EECOItaiEfTJED DY i'-m rHYSI IAT:C TOTT'S nmMisrtrrf EXPECT3HAK' i leouisvillc to St. lioui.s 81ec!ag Can and Pay Coachn to St. Louie With out vnauge DAILY TRAINS 2 Louisville to Indianapolis AND THE NOUT1I 2 Chicago, Citarrti of tho Haaal Cae.ty Ctirjnk- - ono of tho Car, lyo Ulcerntlrel Cat.Tith IMTLRNALLY, or nnd Throat. It's taken ncta OIRTCTLY upon thn Ulood nnd Muoous Surfjcoa of the Sytteri. It heat mood Purlflor In tho WO..LD, and Is worth ALL that la chsrcoa for It, for THAT alono. ltho -- Pay Coachee end Reclining Chair Care Through OHLY Without Change. 1'or Wnnlilngton, llnlllnioro. rlillnilel-plilArw lurk iimt flualaii. ThU b the Viry Rett lioule, at Vou Have No mange oi irain. n, trw the iiakki:ti And wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor anj rn t Oiier. Cutlifritvili It WILL criti: ANY CARU. OflVw of A. T Stbwaitt 1)1 ISIEaSAl 'XI l Li CURS FOR CAfARBS V A H.n- -t .gii,..ut pmj. I.uiiKt, ciirctarKtet tui ' " ti' i,uwi.mi iut ,ahdfurnaai rellerea aoolhlus i cnalliiB", t ccaih II the lr .t c mi lie cleatiaea rltatloit tlirlUllKiofnll lulliurlllea, etrencllieuee ll.cne,ial(or-aletliemieneii enfeehleri bjrml, and biacctthe the c.rMi a.ion rr tue I nerr.iutiri m Mlqlit entile often end In neglect coiituiuntloii It It the tliem. Apply jm remedy promptly. A tcatoftweiiy j the aiteitlon that wirr.nf t noremeily heeever lieenfonnrllhat lean pmuipti'i tc2H 'ntTUTT'S IIPtCTORAKT. tubduee AeliiRleilote raltre Ihe phlegm, the taoit lnflimmiin nqd i tnxepiTd. r ruree ebilint'efviTifH Apletiit cordial, ehll ilren Ink It reailllr. i rcr Croup It ta Imaliialile nil a'uu I XI eiery family. lint I lee. In J.tr.arnt la eoaipoeed allbalanrw otlbe u1.,UMMtlmale theI lie nrtlil matter i ' iliinrutlo . K-- as nick-naiuiu- J300,-000,00- 0, ii il ii 3 7Wrf,, u rktnryit All Train! itttiri. F Hate Threegb Day Coachee (ientlrmrn -- luEi pVaoaura la lsf rsala- - Tot' lliat I lion ua.d Hall Catartb Ou- r- Ii la- nave No Midnight Changoa I eurolnMr I wai very cud -- awl don't I Ha'r lo cure anyrsfceof Catarrblt UUi Arrlte at 6U Loula S lleari I Adraare or ety '.hat It Kll Voura truly. properly. Other Llaea, thenby avcuilng more tine J. U VTuTutarsao. choice) AVOnTU OIO A ItOTTLi:. making change of cart and gelling Aral Km n , IlaTo ha ' E. Mcnrav, Jai connecting lloee. ol aeata In rara of ratarrh lor ! liar. II I ul atari hCiuv car. J t'CKUOO, III ! . , J I.IK' 4, O' It.v ( It ACT DIRECT LYrTTHeTivtrTT C'urre lilllt u,l l'evcr. llyepeptla, Hick Headache, lllllaue Callc,Cainilpa-lln- u. Ihe Heart, IlUUueai, Torpid Liver, aiad Female If you do not "feci rri'',"aiin.iipllla' l.t: Hum atlinnlateetke ttom icbit'orettlienpf! 'e.lmpattttlroetothe I'rlee.'JIte. 3.1 Murray- - M..X.T. fon TUTT'S MAHUAl FRH.-e. To'-'- f M aWAnaaV.f TUTT'S PILLS tlieuinatliiii.l'llee, I'alpliailauor nio. To Indtanapollt and Chicago, and the only rlJe along line glelng Iu catront the thorn ot Lake Michigan. bolt by U Dru-- e l nt .S ru t A' P J CULMTV fi ( Mnniifirtiire,! and t 3 Prvletora, TOU.UO, OHIO. Tcr aale In Slauf id by Peony A McAliiler I ril lviuderHK..rtli5. unl'tilo ;r uucompli-uiontarynumejiecul-laritie- . Mt, Ac, eprly to ARrule, of (oniirrlllia; I.I lira, or adJrea K. H. HllOWni houlhernl'aaaeiKer Alt.. . K. Cor. 4th and Main ell., LouUilllr, ky. Or, to J. I). II ILL, "ml. Kmlgnnt Agt., Ticket rorTlcketa. Batee, Time, lAbanon, Kentucky. W W. W. PEAIIODV, (Jen'l Huixrlnteodent, licn'l fata. Agt., Cincinnati, Ohio. MiTJv'r'jaaa a a f enia&& u.A.-- . Aftar a tnorou eh trial erf tho mua luiiiu.i tsKo pieaaum in omuuh tuat x jure neon KTeuiiy Deneutou Or w uso. aimtatera una i'uu- lie upeaKem will Una it of tho ereateat valuo where a Toaiola cocee-earI recommend It an a rellablo remodlal niront, poaaeaitna; undoubted nutrltlro and reathratlvo 1I1J.V i&xtJt of Jron, i'mrrlan lld.J.j,u.l l'kA.nl.j.a..au ixi'afitMe .P H&a. io;. 'vvffii&yjZSEZ--- jrrotuiy, jMta or Appt-Urrvtratlotiof (Ual l'otrrri it U farm. Tor U, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. A. sv Fan THE MOST DE8IRABLE KOUTP. TO a fthemoat excellent remedy for debilitated vital forcea. f "Ioonalderit bo-fo- And decidedly the Popular Iloule, aSardlug, at It )oee, leta chauget and uj.erlor accommodation! to UfONATl! """ 1 Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, The North, Northwett and Vt'eet. In fact, If you coateiniilate a trl In any direction, your Inlereal will be Lett aerttd by run hating ) our llceett tla K. C and Clnclnoatt, 2 Tralua each viy 2; l'ull man Palace' ait; Kligenl New Pay Coachee, aud hendtouely furuithed Uecllnlng Chair Cart lorta the uneualed equliuienli of ibtt Old ltellable, thereby miking a trip oter Ibli Hue one ol luxu-ilo- ui comfort aud pltaiure. fry it. TIME TAI1LE. IN EFrEOT DEC. 31. IIK. nimzs si sas b. habter medicine co si: v. vtiai ss , r.i.iMizkj5 propertiea. WAWA . tewx onb-tim- e neigh-Dorhoo- d. hd f ."I South. Lve. Col leg ton.. . No. , No. am 4. I No.ll. 8 INTERIOR JOURNAL i..nii ?j .1 ml y am a m 5 Vi p ml iuladiu 11 SO a m 6 43 p mlUUpm Parla. Uli 11 VO pu . U IS p lu Arr, Ij:ilugtou. lIDOpit Lve. Leilnglou . . 1 23 p u 1 30 p !l 21 p U 12 iu am S20 p Arr. VVIncneticr... a 01 p ui 00 p U 43 am ilt. Blullng... 7 21 p u ' Athltnd .... 4&3am ' Huntington. I 05 m No. b. No. 1. No. 3. Nuaiu. ' " Cjntblam Kalmuuth . .. 40 10 &0 t 00 2S0 p ml iiup 00pln llpu ISIIi Lee. Huntington.. " Athland .. . Mt.Uterllng... " Wlncbetltr ... Arr, Leilnglou .... Lt. Parlt. ....... Iilinlon. ... ' Centblana..... Katuioulb.. . Arr. Cotlngton.. . 11 7 11 12 1 2 3 3 4 0 a iu IS a ra as a m 21 p iu S 10 a la IU p ro 7 W a ui lu p iu 7 45 a m 3 13 put CO p iu S S3 a m 3 S3 pui 11 a iu 4111am 64 p iu 43 p u 10 IU a m pin 13 p ui 11 43 a m 6,3 pin SO I90IU i Delo-inayu- e, No. No. No. No. DIVISION Lt. Lealngtou a pui Air UayitltloSIOpm ' 10 " Uaritllletouaui. " Mayiillle a Um II " Parlt 20 a m. bet InjUin U .m Ii " Mattllle 12 4 jpul WBCyJtm'tBUmLet. Jl jelwJSaeSgwHSrfrtttsMeeR JltKKL "I No. S rum dally, aud hat day roachia from Cincinnati tu U tthlugton. Pullman Mlrepert tu Kan a. wba ralli. W.Va and Ktclluli g Chafr Car tu only it nullum ou K C. It. II. blo where lime la elfen. No, 2 lunt dally, esrept buudiyi baa tbrough loathti to II un lngion. No, 4 runa dalle, eicept BunUtr; bai tbrvugn roacbei floe-hous- ... i d run dallj, be elegtutday coach from tVathlng. too. Pulluau bleeper from Kanawha Kalla aud pallor call fiou lxilug on to Cincinnati. (Inly tbieetlopa. Nut. laud 3 lun dally, eicept Sunday, and bare through coachee from lluulloglin and Ml Merllug. Mrect couiieclluu at Leilngion Lawrencebuig,Ky., Mill. Htrrllngindpiilnriar loMirunle. No. andVeiilllee,Ky. O (J. W IlENPKIt, C. L, IIIIOWN, JOB FRINTIN& Is P, eparod kindB STEAM- CIT-JPICE buirluteodent. Oen'l Pat a. & Tkt. Agt. corral office, Corlngtou, Kr, to do all of Pi in ting in the Best of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us.