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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 16, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883021601_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 16, 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. :Mkh Scim-Mct Semi - Heekto riowerr Writing. A VOLUME X.LSTUMI3ER 510. fill) STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Sharp Trick bf Bankers Bob Ingtrtoll. ttfffit lOttfllttL i yf-J- l 10, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 122. f 1 No ono wants to read flowery writ Tho Treasury regulations governing Being pressed for his viows on liIng nowadays. Common scnio rules tho distribution of standard silver dol- quor legislation, tho Colonel raid: "If W.nWALTM, - . Editor and Proprietor tho pen. A poctio youth wanted to lars nnd tho law authorizing tho issuo tho Mississippi nnd all its tributaries T. nZHfALTM.lr - 'ButinHt Managtr Inform the prosaic world that thero of silver certificates are !elng used by wero filled with puro whisky, if tho had been n fall of snow: "Tho nngcls New York and Boston banks to ob banks were loaf sugar, and all tho low -h ( rilbNahrif rustled their wings at tho hour whon tain the transfer oi largo amounts of grounds covered with mint, thero Aurora goes forth to fulfill her mis- money from ono city to another with- would be no moro drunkeness than nu.no V 13 It ANPflTM. sion, nnd tho earth was covered with a out expenso to themselves, but with thero is today. I believe in tho re;lrrjHilm,'lsnd stamps - In -payment nf auU fleecy mautlo of while." But tho ed- considcrahlo cost to tho government straining influences of liberty." . f - t-y e Vipim7tst(Miilirhnr.n then nf de itor quietly dropped it into tho for transportation charges. Tho manCol. Ingcrsoll followed this with n nomination nnl neer Ihrt eenls, wroto instead, "Snow fell ner of doing this is to doposit curren- story about a man who askod auother: this morning." Hero is on cxamplo cy in .the in ono city "Would you liko to livo where no from n country paper, of tho ambitious and obtain an order for standard sil ono over drinks a drop of liquor?" tho Hon Railroad. 4a n( Col. Charles II. Rochester, General stylo of weather paragraph: "After vcr dollars, to bo sent to their corrcs' Yes." Agent oi (ho Cincinnati, Green Ilivcr a lone period of unsettled weather, it pondent In tho other city from tho "Where overybody is industrious?" it Nashvillo II. K Co., has ken In must havo gladdened o very ono yes- tniut, and the correspondent, inimedi "Yes." this county and Mctcallo for two necks terday morning when tho sun, with ately upon tho receipt of the coin, "Where everybody goes to church all bis glorious brilliancy nnd splendor, presents it to the Sub Treasury in his on Sunday?" past, securing rights of wnj anil tfteCoinp.ny. Ilis op shono forth witli golden ray, scatter city and nsks for silver certificates. "Yes." pointmwH ililscouaijaztcml thru' ing cloud and mist, and with his cheer Several million dollars has been trans "Where no one talks of his neighthe pMnaiulngjlajs of this neck. We ing I cams aud glowing smile .causing terred in this way recently, costing bor?" "Yes." faro gftolfto rcpMtUhatffho hiSlwon the birds to sing, tho trees of the for- thegnverment sovcral thousand dol "But there is no such place. Such meeting with good iucccm in this est to rejoice, and tho flowers of the lars, vithuut lessening tho number of work. The rights of way, with only field to unfold thcmtolves in bright silver dollars in tho Treasury, but a place would be Heaven." "Oh, no; any woll regulated penia (off exceptions, havo been granted array," Why not havo with the e fleet ol completely glutting tentiary Is that way." through this county, and tlio few per stated that fino weather had at last set the New York sous who have tied inedj. to , give tlio in? It was also a country brother with them. Thousands op Buffalo Slain. right ot way nssuro tho comtntttro who thus began a paragraph announcTlio 'kill of buffalo last winter was cs One Blast of 130,000 Ton of Rock. that thoy will meet tho question in a ing tho sudden domio uf n local shoeA notablo blast was discharged re- ti mated nt 80,000, which, from the reasonable and liberal manner when maker; "Wo are being constantly cently at the limestone quarry of tho number of hides shipped, u probably reminded of the inexorability of Glendon Iron Company, Eostou, Pa , very cloeo to the mark. The kill of tho road is located by a survey. In addition to this, donations Death tho certain, and it may bo displacing, it was estimated, 130,000 this winter promises to fall a long way amounting to about 70,000 ties have sudden, visit of the angel with the tons of rock. Tho blast was mado in short of last. A dealer of this city, been secured, mid it is believed that amarauthino wreath, as Death istso a lull loll leet iugu ana very sleep. who has a buyer in the field, reports when tho appoiuttnents are filled tho lcnulifully designated by Longfellow Tfarco tunnels, about 100 feet apart, that ho has so far secured but 000 and it is our painful duty to day to wcro ran into tho hill northward and hides. The amount of the matter is 100,000 required of this county will harSjiwiftsohcriued: This is as it chronicle the melancholy fact that ono two Hiiisll tunnels ran to tho cast and that the bufialo aro rapidly becoming shwld fi5 Rdairfriui notaflord to bo who has played his part ami played it west. In tho six chambers at tho ends extinct, and unless the attempt to ?a TagtmiwKen iucligrflt intcrwt well in this lifo, has passed through of the tunnels were placed 29.000 the animal succeeds, the noaro involved. If any persons fail to naturo to eternity." No editor would pounds of Judson powder) Having) it blest American game will pass into attend the meetings tlioy should at pay a penny a lino far that sort of is estimated, tho rending force of 30,- - history before tho next census is onco apply to J. II. Hiudinan or II. thing in theso enlightened times. 000 pounds bf common powder. Tho taken. Western Ex. C. IJsker, committeemen, and malio blast was fired by electricity. It was Soitn KxTRAortniNAitY Thought Sin and Sua vino thb Brakd. their donations. Wo trti.t that by Hkadixq. Some thousands of persons the heaviest evermndo in that part of tho first of next week tho report can assembled in tho neighborhood of tho tho country, and one of tho heaviest Luther was one day being shaved and having his hair cut in the presence of lo sent in that Adair county has dnno Adelphi Hotel, Liverpool, on Satur recorded U Dr. Jonas. He said to the latter, "Orall that is required. t Col. Polk, the defaulting State iginal sin is in us like the beard. We day to witness Mr. Irving Bishop, Col. Rochester has shown himsolJ to in connection with thought-readin- g Treasurer of Tennessee, has had any- aro shaved and look clean, and bo a very suitnblo ieroii lor this entertainments, to take up a thing but n happy life sinco be started have a smooth chin; our work. He is an ngreeablo gentleman, challengo by n prominent looking gen to run awtty. His ndventures in Tex- - beard has grown again, nor does it a pleasant and' forrihle peaker, and tlemaii to discover n pin secreted by ns were very exciting, but thoy came ceaso growing while we remain on has made a Goo '8ntiieiu fur tho road the latter within a radius of 500 yards to n Mjinuwliat ridiculous conclusion earth. In like manner original sin wherever he tins gone. Ho will go from tho hotel. Tlio pin was hidden when the fugitive) State Treasurer was can not lie extirpated from us. It from here to Lincoln and Ciuey to while Mr. Bishop remained in tho ho- found by a Slier id wandering hopeless- springs up in us as lone: as wo exist. complete tho wbrk there. We wish tel in the custody of a local clergy- ly in a thicket, torn with Uricrs and Nevertheless we are bound to resist it noir forbear irgood 'frfjiort frtim those man. At 1 o'clock Mr. Bishop weakened by fatigue and suOering. to the utmost of our strength and to counties. They stand between us and emerged from tho hotel blindfolded .Now that he is in jail, he is torment- cut it down unceasingly." tlio road, and they must open tlio and drew his challenger with him, ed with rheumatism and neuralgia. What aro tho wealthy men of way. Krupp's works, at Essen, now emtho connecting link between being If everybody who ventures ,into tho the good old county oi Lincoln doiug? u piece wiro. Having tra- path of transgression fouud it as ploy 439 steam boilers; 456 steam en of piano tbojj alive totthis great enter- versed three or four streets, Mr. Bish- thorny as it has proved in this case, gines, with an aggregate horse power prise T' of 18,500; 89 steam hammers, vary Adair county standi with a warm op entered tho Neptuuo Hotel and there would not bo so many defaulting in weight from 200 pounds to 50 heart and outstretched bands to greet discovered the pin inserted in one of ers. tons; 21 rolling mills; machines for tho window sashes in an upper balcoWo were shown Twin Roosters her neighbor of the blue grass. She making tools, 1,622; furnaces, 1,056, ny. St. James Gazette. the other eveuing a curiosity by Mr. ia looking nt her at this time with of which 14 aro high furnaces; 25 lonit crusty 4and with an narncst deA Novel Inkstand. Miss Fannie W. II McCord, in tho shapo of two comotives; and 5 propellers, with a sire that thoy may be bnuml together Lilian! is ttio owner of a novel ink- "freezling" roosters that ore now tonnago of about 8,000. Annual pro in common interests with bonds of stand. It is a small bottlo placed in a grown. They are both tho result of duction, 300,0.00 tons of steel aod one egg, and are as MWt tho look in vain ? steel. human jaw, and fastened therein with tho hatching of 26,000 tons of iron. What say tho counties of Lincoln plaster of Paris. Sixteen sound teeth much aliko as.a pair of nickels. No Pliny informs us that the art of aud Casey ? Columbia Spectator. nearly surround the bottle, and the quarrels between themselves mar their making glass was accidentally discov both being ablo to pick on Laying Hhnb. A correspondent sockets for the joints ot tho upper jaw happiness ered by somo traveling merchants who bono servo as a pen holder. The jaw the same nubbiu and gallant the belle of the New York Tribune saye: "Fat of tho barnyard aro'und without nurs- had a large quantity of niter with hens are proverbially poor layers, and, is said to bo that of a young Indy who ing the smallest spark of jealousy. them. Not finding stones to rest Trhcn ago nnd obesity aro combined, was dissected in a medical collego in We have never beforo seen or heard their kettles upon, they employed tho birds often think they Iny when Philadelphia. Dr. Burudide, of Lan anytlijn-o- f the kind) and wq there- some pieces of niter for that purpose. they don't, and cackle nud even carry caster, was the dissector, and arranged fore regard them as a veritable curi- The niter, gradually diaaolvine by the hallucination so far a. to become tho inkstand and presented it to its the heat of tho fire, mixed with the Conyers (Ga.) Weekly, osity. AndeiBon News. broody. This Is ono of tho curious present owner. sand, and a transparent matter flowed Harness should never be kept in little incidents occurring in poultry The work of tho Baptist women which was glass. keeping wiJicTfarojialerostiBg as phe- among tho frecdmen of the South is tho stable wbcro inanuro is constantly, An Early Law of Va. In 1662, nomena, but which 'cannot bo explain something wonderful in its features generating large quautitiesof ammonia. the following law was enacted: "All ed excepted gaerad principles. Fat- and progress. A femalo seminary at This ammonia is rapidly absorbed by persons inhabiting this country, havness and reproduction aro incompati-blWaV- a Atlanta, Ga., numbers over 200 pu the leather, and the effect upon tho ing no lawful excuse, shall every Sun is about the same as would rernle, especially' wlth.hena pils over fifteen years ot age. Ono leather day repair to the parish church or year. A 'tcry fat' hen delicate woman walks three miles ev- sult from saturating it with strong cuapeJ, ana tnere abide orderly dutwo rears old had better bo ery day to attend the school. Many lyo. In a word, ammonia rots leather ring the common prayer, preaching fiver in thoVnup pot'or on tho roasting of the pupils are preparing to teach and honco keeping harness in the sta- and divine service, upon a penalty ot ble is suro to result in its damago more being fined 50 pounds of tobacco by ' ipta rH'nrbooaccoun food, like corn, cither in this country or Africa. the county court." or less. should be administered to adult fowls Says tbo Lexington Transcript: Destruction of Ant& A corresSomebody tells tho story of tho late quite sparingly, unless tho object bo to I'upt. Bernard Giltncr will probably venerable President, Puud, of the Ban- pondent in the Tropical Agriculluritt s fatten them. Oats, buckwheat, soon become a native of Lexington. gor Theological Seminary, that on ono eays: Take a white china plate and and plenty of broken bonus or Ho is a philosopher and puts his creed occastou ho delivered an almost inter spread a thin covering of common lard over it; place it ou the floor or shelf oyster shells form tho food of laying into tho following verse: minable harangue in opposition to infested by the troublesome insects, hens." To those somo kiud of animal route Into Ibe wotU naked aud parr, Mn to Darwinism, winding up with tho anil you will be pleased with the re food should bo added. LItw llfeof trouble and crr, sult, ntirring thorn up every morn-i- s he koowi not wlitrr, Diet and question, "If wo aro monkeys, whcrol Tualocal,uption .law of Maryland all that is required to set the trap llut It ba tloti right here, lio'i til right there. Que of his auditors again. ttro our tails i has aJpr'ovWon requiring a physician Somo idea of the service which tho responded: "We have sat ou them so to write lniink all his prescriptions A correspondent of tho Kantas hen renders to humanity may bo ob long that they aro all worn off." 1'armer says ho has been experiment for liquor, and to record them fully tained from the statement that Now Mr. Young, of Cincinnati, loved his ing with sorghum as fodder for farm for the inspection of tho State AttorYorkCitycou8ume3818,000,000 worth stock, and finds one acre of It equal to Tho totaL abstinence people dog more than ho did his wife, accord-tney. an acre of corn. His cattle eat it of eggs annually, and tho consumption have begun to enfurco this, and a doc-tothe woman's insert ion, ami lought readily, consuming stalk and all, aud of the entire country is estimated at for is under six indictments in u test the pet a collar costing 81 ;500. This It makes them as sleek and fat as corn-fe- d at about $70,000,000 worth. stock. is one ot Mrs. Young's pqSntain hersuit case. He had given prescriptions to A Brooklyn grocer put 0,250 beans fbr'n divorco. AVhllo (he britowas all his friends who had asked for llunnewell, Kansas, shipped du thorn. in a glass jar, nnd tho guessing ranged wearing gold and diamonds, she was ring tho last season 4,000 car loads of cattlo. averaging 22 head to the car. A Texas jiaperdescrlbes au 8,000. all tho way from 550 to 25,000. Tho allowed no adornments. Tho cattlo brought $35 per head at man who made the best guess was the aero, ranch lu that Siatu entirely do Funny, isn't it, the lawyers, doc- markot, making over 83.000,000 voted to tho brecdiug of ponies for ono who had quietly filled at home a tors, editors and merchants go to wortli shipped from this one point. . children, jT The breeding stock consists jar of the same size, with beans and their offices regularly every day at Charles McGill, Louisville, says of seven Shetland stallions nnd forty-fiv- then counted them. certain hours without having to bo no "Brown's Iron Bitters beats anything mares, all thoroughbred. Theto A man has figured that there aro' in tifieih nud ychen fjunday jpines, in the line I ever saw." pot little ponies range over tho prairies this country about be !s must be pounded for mi hour to F. J. Cheney A Co., proprietors Hall's which anuually uso 108,000,. remind people that it is tho first day. like sheep, nnd are described as very Cure, ofler $100 reward for any 000 pounds of seed, worth at least gentlo. "What would I give," said CliHrles cam nt Catarrh that can't be cured with Hall' Catanh Cure. Sold r I'rnnr A Tomato juico is a suro cure for 814,000.000, aud that 22 manufacto- Lamb, 'local! my dear toother, back McAIUter, (Stanford, Ivy, warts so it is said. A Missouri girl ries made 1,000,000 cages last year. to earth for a single day, to ask her Tliouxanda are being cured of Catarrh began canning tomatoes with warts on II. A. McDowell, LouUviUo, says: pardon, upon my bended knew, for all ewr year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that her bauds, aud quit with never u one "Brown's Iron Bitters is the best rem- those acts by which I grieved her geb the doctor had iilen up and aatd could in sight, That wai good for the girl, ody ever kuowu for malarial symp tie siilriiT Ilemetnbcr this, children not he cured. 76 cents a bottle, Sold by and bo kind to your Mothers. no doubt, but how about tho tomatoes ? tonis." I'eoD A McAIUter, Stanford, Ky. Jfnltriorlournal DARBYS M N PROPHYLACTIC A Ifonarhnlil Artlcla for L'nlreraat 1'mnlljr L'ic, rar.wi-t-- FLUID. r M'ROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS UNO . IWmMmmBUIjft;..: Hcarlct nnd PHARMACEUTISTS, wasto-luakotan- all Contagion IHimm, Ttnom wtltlagon It freely the Si k thould t Scarlet Fever hi rerer been In n to aprrad where the fluid wa med Yellow Fercr been cured with It nftf black Tnmlt lial tnkm place. Th wont caies of Diphtheria yield In It sa.taai rm, ' Opera House Block, - - Stanford, Ky., y ri r J Darbrt Fluid. I m p ii r o A I r made ., t.'1 HHAI.I-ro- X reirreiUndWckrer. aona refreihed and and Hl Korea nreTrnU riTTINtJ of Small .!$in wllh A FOTore Throat It U lure cure harraleaa and purified. T Jnml1.1 1 runvENTKo , "" rf "iy fan- w lhc patient TVccilleH. Our Jcwclrj, Mlrcrvrnre and pliral (loodn Department t. In Clinrgc of Col. Tlios. Itlclinrils, who will Kepalr Mntchcs and Clocks l'romptlj nnd In the best IJBAXiTflllH IIV DrtiRH, .MiimIchI H'Iiich, Wall Paper. C'lictiilcalH, UaokH, Llnuorx, IiiHlrunientH, 1'itlntH, NlHiloiiery, Cisarn, Pocket Nohpm. OIIh, n tilery, 'i'oImccoH, LanipH, PcrfHnicrj', MMeliiiiu Fire ArniN, J""? Atn "h a style. Contagion de.trc.yed Bf,.!,l"l5u' J00' Fro.ted Feet, R"?1' Chilblain., riloa, lhoupln In hld " Tj, Yt cured. . noft White Coirrplex- Vnr , ion aecureu oy it uic. Shin Ferer Drmnted. To pnrlfr the llreath. Cleanao the Teeth, It can't b lumatted. Catarrh rtlltrcd and .". "". ?.' H. C. RUPLEY, Stanford, A Splendid I I Diphtheria Provonted. just-simpl- Erjalprla cured. cured. Stock of Kentucky, Pall and Winter Goods, Sub-Treasu- Wishes to Inform bit Patron of Stan lord and vicinity that he has recti red An Antidote for Anim .1 VegeUbU i'w.oru, m cr i)llUlaClb, I uicd the Fluid tlurlntf our preterit affliction with Scarlet Fcrcr with tie cldd advantage It li lodiSDentable lath tick. room. Wm. F Sand-- , roio. Eyrie, Ala. ScrnTT cured a ment of Diphtheria. aioLLnNwaacx. Grecntberj, Ala. purified and Tetter dried up. I'holera prevented Ulcer healed Which he guarantees to make up ia first-cla- n style. Satiifaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. In raaeanf Death It thould be uted about the orpue it will prevent any unplcaa ant imcll ScarletFovsrli convinced Prof Darby Prophylactic Fluid ! a valuable disinfectant." , Tanderbllt Unlreraltj-- Naahrllle, Tenn. I tettlfr to th moit cacellent quahtiet of lTof. Darby Prophylactic Fluid At a dniruecunt and detergent it It both theoretically and practically upenor to anr preparation with which I ant acquainted. N. T LvrroH, Prof, Chemistry. I Cnrod. I The eminent Thr. alrlan.J.MAIlIUN HUM, M. D., ew York, nn "I ant Mwm , Sale i l-- w jljstjd SITIAIBILIEI! :EZJLJEbirtts& shop, TsB -- a ! ffiv Hon Alexandm If. Sririmm, o( CeorzU; Ker. Ciias. F. Dam, D.D., Church of tho Stringer, N V , lo. LsCoirrE.Cohinibia, Pror.,Unive-lty- ,S C. ,I Mercer Univtnltr. Rer A J Kev. Oco. F Planer., Il.ihop M E. Church. Darbya mild I Ilecommeniled by Ilnvintr bought out S. II. Baughman. wo uill keen on hand a nice lot of Horses mid Buggies, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We are also in W, well-know- y Perfectly harmlett. Used internally or eatemally for Man or Dealt. The Fluid hat been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence that It hat done everything here claimed For fuller Information get of your Drucgista pamphlet or tend lo the proprietors, M. ZKILIJf CO., Man .Cicturln Chemists. PHILADELPHIA, INDISrENSAIIt.K TO KVEItV HOME. J. And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Kespectfully, A. T. JSVTXNMLJUXn9 the: coai. trade, GROCER, SEE HERE! WE WILL tX.VD THE H. C. BRIGHT, Cincinnati Weekly Commercial An right-pag- flfty-i- li and the column family newspaper, Seni Interior Jour mil Foil ONK TKAB St. Asaph !Bloc.k, Stanford. THREE DOIXARSAFIFTY CENTS And allow the subscribe r to Belect, free ot charge, front tne following choice llttcl boolts: Aj-q"- STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. I( ciubrnccH Staple and Fancy Groceries, Patent anil Faintly TVllNl'oit'at J'ornta. Flour, Meal, JUacou ami Lnrtl, Tobacco and Clear, Woodlliti Arablnn'.XIaMa. en, Willow ami Tinware, GIiikm and QuecuHuiirv. Canned The Anrrntlve vfthr Jeanette Art-ti- c l.'jrjirilltloil, by Lieut. D.nenhower. Goods ol nil kinds a (specially. ICcineiubcr the place, "Tlio 7 in .11111 on the. 7o,by George Eliot. Corner blorc." U'ooii'a Katural Iltntoru for Bay, wllh S00 Illustrations. J.7if Mlliir, by Mrs. llenry Wood. IVnitoi-'llmnnaefor 1SS3. Thetiictt fantllv HobliMon. A Treatlne on thu Ilormn ami a y VlKcnne, by Dr. O. J. Kendall. WllkieColllns. The H'oinnii In H7if-,b- lilt Illntorv oftlteKliiutlom of Ireland. Wavrrlu, by Sir Walter fcott. A II rave l.ntlu, by MlaaMulock. The lUbte Utetlonillu. I.att u Auitlev' - A. OWSLEY & SON, IEAI,EHS IN Secret, by Mlaj TJraddon. Call ou or address 93- "W. I". WALTOX. Editor Interior Journal, Stanford, Ky. Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- 1353. A ly GEAtID G0USIKAT10N, 1S33. Semi-Week- Interior Journal -- Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full lino of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Barnes, Traces, Salt, Lime, Comont, Field Seeds, Plows and Farming Implements. Call and boo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow . And the LoulMllIe Weekly Courier - Journal One fear (or 83.(10 two paper lor little mori than lb price of one. 11 paying u 13.90 you will receive for one year the your bout ptper wltb- - the Courier-Journa- l, representative newspaper of the boutb, and the best, lirUhteatand ablest family Weekly In the United UUtea. Those who desire to eiamlno ran do so at sau.pl ropy ol the Courier-JournthlsotSce. OPERA HOTJSE BLOOK. vego-table- PUBLIC SALE Stock, Crop & THE Cut, tber 1 BOOKWALTER SAVE AND DURABLE Farming Implements. Hating rented ray farm, I will sell at public lalo on the premise, 1H utile from licKlouey.on SOME 3,000 no Engla IN ACTUAL USE. 1 TUESDAY FEBRUAKY 20, 1883, la that equal It for I'rlco. Slmpllcltf. Durabllltjr ani JustTHEKNUlNUtoDrlr KallalJ Work. U I o r Oot pair large Muler, 3 Msrft bred lo Jack, 1 work Hone, 1 guud Co and Call. 1 yearling bteer, 6 Iwlno Hinder, 1 bows, 11 Mhoats, 1 McCormick aioillie ouiaer Slow,! aiuiou ctnrr, a luuwe., . 1 hay Wake, l Corn buciler, 1 good bprlng Wagon, 1 Farm Wagon, 1 neatly new, aud nearly crery. thing usid on a fanu, 2uu Urrrls ot Corn, 10 bushels of Wheat, 2u tons Timothy Hay, Ac. Term: All sums of 110 and orer, a credit of 0 months; under that amount, cash Halo to begin at 10 o'clock. IIK-J- t W. It. CLOY I). PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood SnyvH, XalcvntovM, ROBBED Hill Thousand of grave are annually robbed of their victims, lire prolonged. hpplnuand hoalth re-tor- -t uy use win great Cotton Gins, Corn MHIn, CreimicricN, - GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R! ,'. o eiueucw of Belf Abuse, aa lost uf tuergr, louol Uietuory, uuircraai taMiiuoe, iu iu in. whi OMIeo itimneu r vision ttreuiature old aire, and many Call M dcxlrablo hvvohu or other disease that lead lo consumption aod a preevery KukIiicii In mature grate Utroend for circular wllh testimonials free by mall. Hi J. VIUOUATOH ban la told at II r box, or sll boiet for 19, by alt 11 auj subslsotlsllf Woajr toall urcbatra that wuaraniour llouilirr Co(lnt to ba druggists, or win i sent tree oy man, a :urvij mail: tolxMie. sluiplt. ilurabUaulcuniulclaln coustruclUio. tu work vrll and lt lb full roarr eaieu, on rfcvipsii puce, vj pimuhid, We lusk th abor guarsntt. auU I'll ou Ibe follow. claliatJ whea rorrljr attacliwl aud uaiia-- ! V. J. t'UKNKY. Ids; couJIllous. mi will m in purciiawf tu nistwuajsalKr lUo airHalcf to tiiosto al'a II 113 Adam street, Toledo, Ohio. a Islr u4 sallsactory trial, iuraMlb kngln IalltactiuiDptoour iurautt. w will tak bark tb I'JI-- I jrj Bolt agent for th United blat. au tba Kofliie, prorUtU tb purcb r rsluros tb l.ugln la bis dollar Eoitnc, rIuBl Drain' raltnuj station, audlcatw It sulilfct tu out order by tba cluaaol laid Maayt' trial. uuttiDij uu muouki a a lor a mora uixrai ouar aaa coatrao I. NAM N. friiru, (caused by txreatnutauy kind,) Arm (a llViiiVllr'aaT, and all dliew that follow Wbtrh uosltlt elr and termnenly rare Ixiliu- - (t-jmmk- 4jB. .mmr t. Feed Ulill.H, VT(r Hay Presses, v The Interior Journal aud operation. Itcniembcr oiirKuaraiitcc. Iteaillt: PIR Imtlie.s, de. the Fnglne IllillDiriT, ATTORN EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky. tit rclttl - Will lirartlra hi nrofeaalon In Kockcaatl and ajjolnlug oountle and In th Court of Appeal. gpociai attention girnu to couactiou. fllO m Ilors Voter Eoilii tod llotUr .... . 0 11 lion rower r.oain ajij noiur- -. -- HorM 1'ow.r . UIW r d1u and IMler .... )J.iiloraa I owtr Mglu and Hotter IMlliarad on ear at HirlnirI.lJ. Ohlj. Ker further luforiuttloi aod deecrlptlf pauipbl.t, adJrats tb tbaautacturrs, 83 tr JAMEM JLia'FKL. fc CO., ISprlHKHehl, Ohio. LOOK AT OUR PRICES: ST jstnu-ffftctftf- . JiJ 1. ss in dsmsgea by the high A ITF.R a wtiste of ten days, a jury it concerned, I might as well hv this place lo LoulselUe during the past waters came In trio lain Monday for us to been all the time. Tho temporary ar- has at last been secured In tho caso of toKonlhs 43,000 bus. of corn. Ife Is now get thera f n the last Issue; hence we beg rangements of tho railroad, 1 found on Craft at Grayson and. the trial is now paying 40 the Indulgence of onr reader while we bushel dllivtred here. Sa?A.3ST3TORr. ICY. But eight days now re- Lebanon rls.er investigation, wero attended with so progressing. give a few of the greater damages. The Standard. Friday Morning, - February 10, 1883 much danger, loss of time and incon main before the law closos tho regular Ilindall has lost all the chance he er- - bridge across Dix River. Just above the venieuce that I dared not attempt the term of tho Carter Circuit Court and rr had of bring Speaker of the House by bridge on the Lexington and Danville plVe EDITOR journey West. The water was begin- it is now thought that fully that time voting, In almoit every Intance, with the and known as Hire's bridge, was entirely W.P. WALTON, swept away. This Is the second or thin! ning to fall slowly when I left Cincin- will be required to try Craft, if Indeed republicans against all amendments to re- bridge that has wanned away from that duce I lis Iron schedule. uaJNTDLD- nati Wednesday afternoon, but tho tho caso can bo disposed of iu that CORRESPONDENCE. EDITORIAL point. The lower walls, in part, of L. V. The new fife cent coin has been and which timo. Noal's caso is set for Monday lirsaiise of Its similarity In design Durdett A Co.'s Mills weie wsshed down Cincinnati, Feb. H This city heavy raiu that was fulling at a and thero $ somo talk of asking the lo the t rigle, nnd when washed over and considerable injury was done to the tlio titlo of "llio fell all night, no doubt kept it baa long laid claim to stand-sti- ll, if indeed it did not begin Governor lo call an extra session of with gold would readily pass for that coin second and third stories by strain. A kocd 1'iuis of America;" by what right, deal of the machinery was washed out of to riso ngnin. To thoso acquainted tho Legislature to lengthen tho term, If not cloely examined. nftvo its remnrkablo rcpcmblanco to tlio I lie mill. The amount of dsmage will be Jerso AtcMsoti, who cut Solomon with tho city, it will seem strango to ita advocates claiming that it can be famous French Capitol in wickedness, about $1,000. At Hickman bridge, on the several limes with a pocket-knifbo told that I took a boat nt Pearl and dono for $5,000, when it will cost $50, P I am tinablo to saj; but if she now at Lexington because ho wouldn't give him Kentucky River, the water was about six roach the Suspension 000 to bring tho troops back next fall. money lo buy a drink, has been sent to the feet deep on the piko on the Garrard side. claims to bo the Vcnico of America, Vino streets to Bridgo und that the water was up to When Craft was arraigned ho plead penitentiary for five years. Those living in the bottom were driven Inno one can gainsay her claim. The the transoms of the stores nlong Sec- "not guilty" and added that the in Frank James has been removed to the to the second stories or out of their houses raging Ohio is several inches higher ond street, to tho second floors on dictment was "a lie," but it is only jail at Gallsttn, Mo., to answer the Indict The saw mill of Scott A Co. was entirely than in tlio famous year ot floods, ments against him In Daviess county for submerged and a considerable quantity of First and nearly to tho third on Front. fair to prosumo ho was lying. 1832, and at ila highest this limo was the murder of Wcstfall and McMillan In lumber was washed off tho yards. Paint Moro than two thousand houses nro Louisville is suffering terribly by the Winston train robbery. n littlo over G5 feet. Tlio water is up Lick Creek was on a high also, and several flooded and many families who were tho flood nnd fully a fourth of the city The earnings of the Louisville A Nash- families in the village of Paint Lick were to Pearl street, and every manner of unable to movo away were forced lo is under water. Many thousand pco- - ville for the first week in February were driven into the second storlrs of their small boat, from tho neat skift to the tho third stories and they aro supplied plo aro homeless and tho suffering is (269,225, against $210,132 for the same houses. A great deal of fencing was wash hastily constructed ferry, is running time in 1882, or a gain of $29,093, notwith ed away in all parts of the county. The with provisions by rcliefboals, which ii:Ai,i:it.s i- intense Tho Short Lino depot is un in G or 8 feet of water along Second oldest Inhabitants can't remember that the ply tho streets for that purpose. Tho der water and for nino squares tho standing the wretched weather. street. Thousands of houses aro subThe fight for a reduction on sugar has water was ever so high In Dix nnd Kenmerchants, whoso locations nro high track is covered two feet. Tho dam merged, and the poor, who inhabit been settled by a compromise amendment tucky Rivers. and dry, aro responding liberally to age is impossiblo to bo estimated; ma- placing the rate at 140 per cent, on sugar them, seek shelter in the station Biyanttn'lle. tho aid of tho unfortunate?, Springer, ny millions will not cover it. Frank- testing 76 polarlscope and Increasing the houses, jails and other institutions of -I- I. It. Campbell sold to Wm. U. I toll of Music Hall fame, subscribing of a rent for erery addiltonal a fine jack for $109 to take to Texas. fort has felt tho effects very heavily rate tho kind. The damago to property is deireo. A bill enabling tho city to isstio too, but tho danger thero is over. After an extended bridal trip J O.llry The amendment to the Pension Appro very great, wliilo such stocks as sugars, bonds to tho amount of $100,000 was ant Is on his old stamping ground, tempopriation bill adopted a few days ago, In re salt, Hour, &c , in tho inundated dis rarily. A long and fruitful life to him. Oun vencrablo brother Davis, of gard to the pledging pushed through the Legislature Tuesof certificates, makes tricts, are a total loss. Except in lo Hemp breaking has been considerably tho Covington Commonwealth, pays us void any mortgage, sale, assignment or day and this will go toward allovin. ralitiea whero tho electric light sheds impeded by bad weather. The price for ting suffering. In tho flooded store- a high compliment when ho says that transfer of any right, claim or interest in a breaking has been established at $1 cr its brilliance, tho streets of tho city rooms may bo seen pianos, billiard ta- the Interiok Jouknal Is ono ot the pension. are in total darkness, tho gas works The settlement of hundred. best papers in tho Slate. Knowing bles, barrels, counters, ita, floating The rise In Dix and Kentucky River Georgia by JJen.Jas.Ogelthorpe and colo having been flooded sinco Sunday. up ngainst tho ceilings. Nearly all that ho is a judge, wo appreciate such nists Is being celebrated atSavannah. Thir was several feet higher than ever known Lamps aro at a premium, and tho old tho windows lmvo been knocked out, a remark from him. teen gun announced the beginning of the before, and Lower Garrard has suflered tallow dip, which may bo seen on evgreatly. Ilurdetl A Splllman's Mills on exercises. Not less tho shutters thrown olT and signs Richard Waqnf.i:, tho great mu nessed the military than 50,000 people wit Dix River were both damaged. Destrucery hand, seems but to add gloom to parade which included washed away, mid when tho waters sical composer, is dead at Venice. tion to properly was serious at Hickman, tho darkness. Yesterday about noon subside the owners will hardly know From all wo can gather, ho should soldiers from South Carolina and Florida, on the Kentucky. One house washed enthe Southern II. IL depot was swept Gov. Stephens, the Legislature and distin their own property. Tho sceno from havo died after producing such a mon guished visitors were the reviewing party. tirely oil. Just above Hickman six men away, causing a largo number of tho suspension bridge, where thous strosity as tho "Flyiog Dutchman." Gov. Stephens later delivered an address succeeded in landing a fraae house that deaths and creating great excitement. came down, it is not yet known how far. ands of people gather, is almost ap in the theater. Paul II. Harries' semicIt was the result of tho bursting of an palling and it is there that some Tan Greensburg Democrat remarks entennial ode was lead. The grand his idea overcharged sewer and was as sudden LANCASTER ADTKKTISKIEJTS. time now torical pigeant "Landing of Ogelthorpe of tho great devastation can bo form that Congress spends its as it was unexpected. Several of the mainly discussing the tax on whisky and Colonists" followed, but a sudden rain ed. Newport and Covington both buildings entirely surrounded by water during tho day and consuming tho ar- marred Ita effect. suffered terribly, the former more, have by some means caught fire, and ticle itself during tho night. Honor to Whom Honor is Due, oa the 1'iro Department could not proportionately, than any of tho three J'Jtfor Interior Journal: . Tho loss along tho river can NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. I desire to say that in securing the large reach them, they wero burned to the cities. hardly bo estimated, but will reach subscriptions made by the people of Adair Peter Cooper is 93 tears ol J. waves. All the railroads are delayed, many millions. The great loss of life, Charles K. Tborne, the astor, is dead. county of over $20,000, exclusive of right some of them suspended in their oper Mini Georgia Harlan, of Harrodaburj:, of way donated, II. C Baker. Esq , and reported in tho "extras" issued by tho ations entirely, and the mails aro fear Hon. J. R. Hlndman,and others, have been in dead. fully "out of joint." Tho track of the enterprising newspapers, alleged to C II. Rochester. Morgan, of New York, died largely instrumental. been caused by tho washing out have Ohio & Mississippi, on which road I WeJnesday. Call on L. M. Lasltf. of the Southern depot, is not substanSmall-pois hid for start to St. Louis teems to be on the Increase Ciun OncilARD. lion. Lueian Xosfry.1 tiated by later developments. In In New York. miles tho most part of tho twenty-fiv- e Dun Sir: Since tbe death of Hon. R. fact, not over four persons were England and Ireland are also suffering Blain, our late member of the State Senate, it runs along tho Ohio, and connecConsisting ol drowned, if indeed any wero. All from heavy galea and floods. the democratic party lias been looking tion is mado with the part in use by The penitentiary at Frankfort got a around for a suitable man lo fill out his unalong tho Licking Eiver, in this Stato, boats to Aurora, Ind. Tho suffering expired term, and, as by common consent, Call Torn In Apricot, the damage has also been great and good washing out by the flood. hero is groat, and contributions are The California Legislature killed the the democrats here, your neighbors and distilleries have particularly suffered, being sought on every hand for the Green Guru IMiiihh, bill to establish a whipping post. friends, look to you as the most worthy many of them losing hundreds of barThe standard silver dollars that have man to become his successor. Now, sir, unfortunate who had to flee from Star TomatocH, rels of whisky. Yesterday's papers baen coined to Tuesday last number 97,550,-9Ghouse and home. Business is in a if as we believe, you are ever ready to obey Yarmouth Corn, report that tho Ohio began rising the behests of your parly, and will permit great measure suspended, and the The daily papers contain nothing bat KciihcU'h I'cachcB, again late in the afternoon and at 3 the use of your name, we promise not only black pall which usually appears to accounts of the flood. It is the all absorb- to secure your nomination, but to carry you A. M. yesterday had reached the uning topic. hang over the city seems gloomier and to triumphant victory next August. We paralleled height of 66 feet 4 inches. Pino Applet, There are 80 witnesses for the prosecu-tio- n blacker than ever. request an immediate response. Respt , It is awful to contemplate. God save 40 for the defense in the Neal and and Hiring HcaiiH, have seen the great and only Mrs. I R. H. Bronaugh, J. G. Moore, Craft case. E W.Jones, J. M. Higgins, Langtry, tho Jersey Lily, and still I tho poor people. Oysters, lc. Dr.JN. G. Lake, of New Haven, Ky , T. K. Bundren, Jesse C. Fox, Tub New York Sun has a strange while attemptidg to cross the Rolling Fork am not happy. She is neither tho PHARMACISTS J. D. Pettus, John R. Bailey, actress nor the beauty one would im theory of the flood. It says the rea- in a slciff was drowned. . W.T. Saunders, Otis Newland, nrutaas is The price to be paid for the Arlington agine after so much advertising, tho son for this calamity in the Ohio valJ. B. Aldridge, James Rice, . .. . Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars s Urnurs. .Hooka, atatlonerv it must be confessed that she is a ley is chiefly to be found in the de property of General R. E. Lee's heirs by John Buchanan, i W. R. Butburan, the Government is $150,000. VfirArw and Fanov Articles. and Coffees in abundance, and handsome woman, whose pleasant fea- struction of the forest on tho hills of W. F. Abraham. W. P Tatem, "With water, water everywhere, there I'tiTSTclsns' pmctlptlona aceuratrlr compounded. 7" -" tures grow more interesting the longer western New York, western PennsylPrices extremely Low, at the IU. ...7... 4 VS. ATS will be soon none to drink in Cincinnati JWt7 the gaze is directed to them. She is vania and western Virginia, whenco The reservoir is nearly empty. nut Asia w?TH ?kaA pypppp-fW- , nn IJKWKIiKItN! tall and graceful, with a well molded the head waters of the Ohio aro fed. The Senate has cenflrmed Green I. "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," DEPARTMENT. head, surmounting as voluptuous a That vast extent of bill country has Chandler U. S. District Attorney for the Largest Slock of Matches, bust as can be imagined. Her arms been practically denuded of its trees, Northern District of Mississippi. LANCASTER, KY. it. AvasaT, asaitor. Clocks, Jntclrr & Sllrerware The democrats secured the passage of are beautifully rounded, but her and the consequence is that the heavy LANCASTER. an amendment in the House reducing the Ercr brought to this msrket, rrlcre Lower tbsn bauds, and feet too, aro not as dimin snows of the winter, lying unprotected IbeLowMt. Witchu, Clocks snd Jewslrf Sam Anderson returned home Tuesday GEO. D. BUItDETT & CO., revenue districts from 126 to S2. on short notice snd Wsrrsnlsd. utive as is generally considered con under the action of the sun and the night from Bryant & titration's Business Iroprietots- The steamer Alaska has beaten her sistent with beauty. Her teeth,which rains of this season, instead of being own time, her last trip from New York out College at Louisville. He was one of those you can count when sho opens her very gradually melted, as they would being made in 0 days, 20 hours and 33 in. who received honor at the completion of A For Sale I Wm. E, Chandler is to be Chairman of his course. rather large mouth, are marvels of havo been had tho forests been left The friends of Mr. R. IT. Tomlinson the Republican National Committee in whiteness and regularity, and the red standing, are melted all at once and jiiSBBUMwBBBBfesauH. atVara Texas for I will place of Jewell, who died Satur- are urging him to make the race for the lands sell or exchange myLincoln to Ilojrle counMadison, or lips that sometimes conceal them aro rush down into the valley of the Ohio day. State Senatorshlp. Capt. Elkin hasn't yet ties. In (larrard, Is situated In Tarrant countr. This firm Col. Bennett II. Yo'ing was elected decided whether he will make tbe race or Texas, about 12 or 14 miles South of lb. city of as kissable a pair as I ever saw. In in an overwhelming moss. This wont tort Worth and about sains distance North or Tom Tayler's pleasing comedy, "An do. Tho water camo directly from the President nnd General Manager of the not. Garrard will have a candidate in one lbs City of Cleburue, In Johnson county. Conltlna 3XO Acrrm ol So land, all under (rues, "lib a Louisville. New Albany & Chicago Rail or the other of these gentlemen. Unequal Match," she wore her long, clouds iu this instance. rood barn upon It and food water oo place. It Is road. farming land and Iisjifici7if7uwe.il Our young friend, C. B. Engleman,has ftrnt-rat- e railing glossy, auburu hair hanging loosely at located for cattle, being on a high plateau fired Charles D. Seebach, a A Washington scrilie thus describes been appointed railioad agent and tele- between two ueier falling streams of water. It Is (ssKaaswarj'1'' sljlUJllJLiacSlrasa her back and showed a wealth of it, fn upon a party of boys snowballing him, about one mil Kast of tbe surf ejed routs of the uJBJHpwjVlSV5ltWUHwarasiMMBjSKjpH graph operator at Paint Lick. He has Fort Worth all her own, that was particularly re- tho way the lobby works Congress on New York City, and killed John Noooan, been studying railroading and telegraphy completed InAa UloUrandsU. 1L, which will U short time, and alio about 3 miles will observe aged nine, lav If SSScsssssHssssssa! West ol to U.C AbantaFeeK. IL now In operafreshing in these degenerate days of tho tariff question: If you for only a short time, but has become quite tion from FL Worth to Ualieslon. This brni Is In them closely, you will sea how they The appropriation for the Signal Serlbs great cotton and wheat roiling section of Northlocks and frizzes. false n Her eyca are proficient. This, coupled with his ern Texas and eery desirable for any on waoting SRyWWJFT-STaSMltheir friends on tho vice has already been cut down $300,000 places cattle Also bars business qualities, will make him to farm or raiseBbqrt Horn Heifers on the call a deep blue, her voice well modulated communicate with small bunch of with and and is likely to be further reduced before it floor. When an amendment doesn't asiBBWsrSwgawLpaJsajfci operator. on line Snort nam null, I rears old Ibis Spring quite an efficient agent and and sweet, but the symmetry of her larming Implements, that I will trad, wltn suit they shake their heads, and if it is reported. Tbe train for Richmond didn't get in also place. WM. HeHKK IIUNCIAN. ins figure was marred by a waist so ridio The bill lo reduce the duty on cotton lantailcr, Kr. 5wBffllf j is satisfactory thoy give a quick nod. until 8 o'clock Tuesday evening. Mr. Jan. 111881. in ornamentation, is eenta per pound to 35 per ties from 1 ulously small that she soemed almost Tuei-da- y You will frequently see "a page dart cent, ad valareui failed to pau the House Campbell, the agent here, had orders unequalled, in two. Her reception here was cut morning not to ship any freight. The MANUFACTURERS' by no means cordial, for a beggarly ar- out of the House, up stairs to the gal- by 101 to 07. XSLTTSTGc OP assistant route agent of tbe Adams Express Cannon's amendment to the Approlery, with a noto from some member, nax amo waaisx Co. went up the rosd 'Wednesday evening. ray of empty seats was presented and tho priation Dill to require Department clerks little audience there was appeared cold and occasionally a member will rush to work eight instead of (even hours, has He said that freight and express would INSURANCE COMPANY, out himself to consult with a manu(Thursday.) come In all right and uuappreciative, though they did been withdrawn. Or Doston, Mass. Tho Lancaster Hop Club gave one of his section. thousFour hundred and seventy-bn- e twice warm up sufficiently to call her facturer from Cardial. tbelr usually brilliant bops at the Mason icts, I.MU1 SSuO.COO: surplus. tU3.SU SI; total as- tta SI. and standard silver dollars were burned last f before tho curtain. The want cf gas Wk movo that Congress enact a law Hotel on Wednesday night "Valentine U5.Hu KOHT. KlNNAlKD.Agt., Lancaster. flick- declaring the Ohio River a public nui- week, about four times as many oa in the Hop," We give below a list of the young in tho theatre was supplied by a same time lait year. II. O. KAUFFMAN, ering, spluttering electric light and sance aud ordering its abolishment. It ladles present and their costumes: The Greenbackers still live In hope. ATTOUNEY A.I IA-AV- , Miss Ella Watson, white silk; gold. one or two calciums that wero badly is surely tho most unreliable stream 6n They are going to hold a grand tnasa-tne- et LANCASTER. KY. Misa Bertie Collier, black silk; pearls, managed, and theco iu a measure may earth, aud is a delusion and a snare of ing at Chicago on July 4, and endeavor lo Ussier Couimlulon.rOarrard Circuit Court. Will Miss Juliet Gill, white satin; diamonds. practice In all the Courts of (Isrrard and adjoining haveacted unfavorably on tho spirits of the worst order. Now it is carrying work up a paper boom. MIm Stella Marksberry, blue silk; gold. counties and In lbs Court of Appeala. Sarah Bernhardt, it is said, has signed "the beauty ,"who seemed to labor hard terror aud destruction with its GG Misa Ada Msrrs, pink satin; diamonds. Farmers and 1'lowmrn, lliUu. Ollrcr Clillltd Melsl will not corrode) lbs hrstlesl lust will remors to throw off its restraint. But enough feet 4 inches, making steam boating a contract for next season for forty-twMis Nellie Duncan, white Nun's veiling. awajrwtlh weeks In America. She will play but three TbeOllrer laalenter Draft rlow,balu( Female College. Inafew inloutM. lu atraliht laudiUe l'lows. The Ollter hassloplog landslde, which does manufactu of Mrs. Laugtry. Sho will hardly impossible. Miss Mattie Brown, wine colored silk; Stanford Next week it may be of her parts and speak them in English. hundreds of Imitators; no the pressure found gold. rer wl!t Imitate sn InfiiUr flow. Tbe Oilier bss a record unparalleled In lbs blalorjr of l'lows. Ysur come to Stanford this season, and I frozen aud in a few weeks too low for The Ctar is having a throne of black STANFORD. KY. neighbors will tell you lo 11U Y THE OU Ell, and lake no other. Miss Leila Marksberry, green satin; diaget nothiug for advertising her, not boats to run. Let it be abolished. oak, to cot $9,000, made for his coronamonds. tion, lie would do better to siend the even a freo ticket. A With a Full Corps of Teachers, MIm Yankee ingenuity leads in tho the money fer breastplates and policemen. monds. Sarah Huffman, scarlet satin; dia hard earned, at that, gave me This Institution will open ill Thirteenth (Session MIsa Minnie Lloyd, a beautiful young tho honor of a scat, which was pretty Patent Office records for 1882. One ontnsZd Moods In beptciaber next. Miss Liuie Mason, dove colored silk; g.883. ! Connecti- lady of Decitur, III., died on the Western close to that of Freddie Gebhardt, tho person out of every 782 in rubles. & Atlantic tralu near Atlanta, of heart diALL TUE BRANCH Ea OK A veilcut secured tf patent. Ilhodo Island Misa Liie Huffman, cream Nun's New Goods and New Prices Haying coucluded to remote to Texas, I odcr for mush headed youth who is following sease. She was eu route home from Floriing; gold. salsuy TH0R0UGHENGU$HC0UR3E tho Lilly every whero in America, is next In ratio and Massachusetts da. ItcI(Iciico tk IltMlHetM House, Miss Louisa Sims, Lincoln, III , scarlet Lawrrnceuurg, JnU, suUereu worse wo havu't got the heart to next. The inventive mind in Ala and whom Arstauiht.as wUu In Ibelownof Crab Combined than any other town along the Ohio. It satin; rubles. IItKACIIKHNVIM,I KY. chard, Ky.,Inonone, (Kualadstreet. The buildingOrIs lincwter blame very roach since beholding his bama is ouly one to 27,4 15. All other was entirely submerged, save the e Miss Jennie Duncan, black sill, scarlet MUBIO. TH8 LANUUAQEB. DHAW. Southern States are low in tho ratio. INQ AND FAINTINO. la 20st0, Isius In all eight ruouis. The fair enslaver, though she might save and one or two other houses on a trimmings; diamonds. I wish to announce to thotrsde Inst I will sell with counters aud shelling; ulcelysnd properly pjodiaa low as tbe lowest. Call aud vasmlno my with all the outbulldlugs nerewsry to Miss Mamie Olds, blue Nun's veiling her reputation by giving him tho knoll. An exchange says that it may be stock and be courluord, as I know jou are all tired aud tbe taste ol the most fastidious, and W. P. W. ol high priced and shoddy nuuds, an abundance of purs water for drinking and The proposal to allow farmers to sell and velvet; diamonds. grand bounce. well to put all tho telegraph wires uno Inlmorind m'iJJr!. j Kbl&fc'a;rxAzjr.T Reports Oror;c A. IlrlcVen has shipped from ." -- f.TL.i.- - c.srjgjeai JJ1 ,mn 'HJOiU'JmcLsLLJUIlLIWW EDMISTON e OWSLEY Successors to Chenault, Severance & Co., -- 81,-00- 0. 00 DRY GOODS! NOTIONS, Stsiul-Centenni- al CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, T Ex-Oo- x One Hundred Oases Canned Goods, CARPETS, 9. WALL PAPER, TRUNKS, &C. &Jftmu$&. M'tsfaJIBg. T- l - Garrard County itouT. "iH'TSStS , J TezasFarm Ki-Oo- t, 3fEWE your special tention to the I desire to call HH' l B III-2- 0 llarSii-Jr- perfection in operation, taste OPIESIjID! which for utility, durability, T7H3E3 '.SsflsBBBBBBBBBW THE. o W. H. HIGGINS. FOR SALE store-roo- m Court-Hous- TERMS MODERATE. not make it after all, and instead of going to St. Louis, I fiud myself bjclc iu Stanford, whore, so far as accomplishing any thing by my trip I did der ground, but a much greater re form will be effected when ono or two telegraph monopolists aro diiposod of iu that way In Tuition, prices rsoj. from 123 lo t&0 In tb Miss Katie Mason, cream colored Nun's to consumers an amount of tobacco, not exCOME ONE, COME ALL! ruulsr Uepartmtnu. Primary, fa; Intsrnisdlats ceeding oue hundred dollars of value, iu veiling, lace Inserting; gold. HO; frsparatoij, sto, and Collegiate, I The music was furnished by a band from Coma ud. roll ui. tumble un- -I don't cue In favor at Washingone year, seems to bo you come up, so you bring the inonsy up. particulars, as to Board, Ac, address For ton. Auy privilege of this kind will be Danville. Several youog gentlemen from MKcJ.full V. THI1KHKAHT, frlueltial, W, M. JIOtVAKIi, Very respectfully, H. Stanford, Lincoln On., Danville were in attendance. III iu acceptable to Kentucky growers. tj, household puijws.besutlful shade aud fruit trees Buoruiug and ueauiuyiug in entire pitniieee, an nuaiKsjd and healthy condition. Anv una iiMlr. log a cheap yet faluable residence, anions; (( IIU prosperous propla, would do well to call sun sismiue me pitmises peiore purensslog 'where. Terms reasouiWe. W-- lf JOHN r. fsTKeBK. i 4 y tmi-M- f tliln nltriorournn( Friday Morning, - February 10,1883 LOCAL NOTICCS. I' a l nth of Penny A MeAllsler Nrvt slock of Jewelry sunl Silverware at Penny A McAUsler', IiANimrrii'ndiirilfn Henlf, In bulk mid Kt Pe,nny & McAlIstfr'a. in Watches, Clock ami Jewelry repaired unci warranted b Penny A MeAllsler. IiAikik flock of Window Glass, nil alio. Double thick (lim for (lower pit. IVnnf nor itr, A McAUsler. PERSONAL Mn. W. 8. Knott, of Lebanon, Ii In lown. ,Mit. H. K. IIu'ioins, of KIrkiTlllc, n here Tuesday. Mm. Wood wa commissioned P. M. at lluelonrillo Tuesday. Mr John II. l'Amcr, of Paint Lick, called to tee ut yetterdty. Mim llr.u.r. Hoot Iim returned from a visit to friends In Danville. Mim. Jno. J. McKoumts and Doltle are visiting Mr. Jennie Lackey at foxing. Ion. Mrt. K.K. Ciiemavlt left for Tori HIcli-mon- d, Bfott, Kansas, Tuesday, to be gone nntll June. Mim NanmV. Mitcmki.l, ol la visiting her slsler, Mm. Dolpli Underwood. IWMArTtn Ai.roRD Is In bin new iuarter at V. T. (Ircen'a storr. Oct your nail there hereafter. Mr. Wm. M. LxcxrV u on the street yesterday looking ;nbt much the worM for Ida long spell of sickness. Mim Mattik Paxton hai returned front) alx month' visit to Louisville, Fraikfort, Iexington and other point". Mim. IIauhict JoVsiick, of Danvjllo, wWe tan been visiting her daughter, Mr. Joe It. Ilocker, returned home Turmlay. w LOCAL MATTERS. C. - - Kick orarge at II. Ilrlglil's. 1L Hlgglne'. issued Frcdii car aalt at W. Only month. one marriage license this ClVKH and Timothy seed at A. Oaslcjr AKonV IIonoiiTii'alliuKnNiCA at Opera House, Stanford, March 1. Nice aorghutu molaea made br W. F. Karuaey at II. C. Bright'-A . man who killed Wild nil! Catran, lie surrendered himself. Wash Tcttlc,Uio Fon 8AI.K. Three handsome residence. Willaellrery cheap. Stanford, Dec. 2Ti, i)2. W. Craig. To I'hinteiu. A reliable young printer who can do a good day' work can get a permanent altuallon by applying at till" office. Ctrr. Charlea Jones, who haa killed hla man, waa seriously cut In the face and neck at Junction City by 1 tilt Caldwell Wcdnra-day- . Caldwell la under arrest. m Six netro boya were fined 22 60 each yesterday for jumping on traloa nlille in motion, They were given till thi A. M. to e. par, replevy or go the work-housm Mil. W. T. QltEEN haa mored to tho lately occupied by 12, P. Ows-leand intend to keep a general line of grocerie and hardware. lie haa the beat plow In the market. store-tooru y, employed Mr. John The Ilrlicht to survey the proposed street from J. W, Alcorn' lo the 'Lancaster pike and another from Dougherty' shop to the railroad. We alnrerelr hoe thi if a sign that they will soon be opened. itirVEJiAL month ago, we published an item aayiugthat Mra.Wall had run off with a man named fllasby. She called on m and explained that alio only went on a visit to Lexington, alter leafing her husband, with whom ahe refuse to lire. II Council ha ' Dukino Col. Kochetter' recent trip thro' Cor, Adair and Metcalfe, lie made a great number of speeches and uccteded in awak ening much enthusiasm in behalf of the proposed railroad, the result of which were donation! to the amount of $ 10,000, bealdea the right of way. II - - MerMr, II. O. ltun.Kr,our chant Tailor, haa already opened out a very handsome line of aprlng aultinga and pacta palterna and will continue to receive new good right along. Call on him and get firat choice of hla aplendid a lock. lie keepi nothing but the beat. wide-awak- e TliEliBwaano Louisville, or Cincinnati mail delimrd here yeaterday, for which, a train are running all right, there can be no excuae. We do not know where the fault is; but if half of the mail handler were turned till and the other half the mall would be delirrred about a promptly t t A VAMILY named Preatnn, five ia". number, liring or) Knob Lick creek, near where the railroad croar the Hangiiig Fork, came near drowning Monday morning. The water oveiltuwed the track and ruibed ud denjr down ilon the 'home, and it waa with difficulty the Inmate eacaprd All their furniture waa awept away by the wa- THE beautiful, balmy weather of yenter-daauggeata the idea that the back of u Inii ii y ter it broken and that apringtime it upon ua again. It ia therefore not Out of place to call the attention of our readera to the handaome line of spring hat Juat received nt J. W. Ilaydin'i, where all apring and white good carried over from latt aeaon can be had at greatly reduced figure. II ltocheater will BreAHtNO. addrew the cititen of Lincoln and Caaey oountiea on the aubject of the proposed C, O. K. & NaahTille K. It. at the following tlmea and place: Stanford, Saturday, F?i 17 Monroe Rmith'a Mill, Monday, 10; llal Tueaday, 20; lard ftiiJth' School-Iloua- e, McKinney, 'Wedneudar, 21; Tuineinyllle, Thuraday, 22; HuttonTllle, Saturday, 4 and at Liberty, Monday, 20 Speaking at Col. C. lr.M. AitMrMand other haying grain rack inulea brought $76 a head. At tho sale Iielonging to (leo. I) Wearen will confer a of fiallered horses and mules tn Cheap-id- e yesterday, liorrc brought from $30 to $130 Kreal fror by promptly returning them, and mule $126 to $160 The demand for ('ANNrn (loom, -- We have them, oyer both was good, and the offering, which were two hundred caw bought before the adIslingtnumerous, weft neirly all told vance We aro telling at amall margin by on l'rts, 13th. dozen or cate. H.O. Ilrlght. t ilNC0LN COJWTrT' ANomrrt very heavy rain Wednewlay lutttnnll. night, with thunder and lightning I send a hasty note this morning for Yesterday wa bright and the purpose, mainly, of correcting the rewith the thermometer marking 76s. bellious tyv. They made mo ear on Tun "Duplex Crown" I the moit won- Tuesday, that P. S. KaulTman, while he derful Sewing Machine ever Invented. Can did not need the emoluments of the l changed tmtantly to make ither chain yet "lud luld it so lung that it had or lock otllrh. Junt out. See them nt Ilrucr, become a part of hia living" part of hi Warren A Co.'. Iximj waa what I wrote. I regret the blun-- .. Wk WOULD advlae Lincoln ienple par. der, because it places my old, opulent, clevticulariy and everybody elae generally to er and sensitive friend in a false and ludicall on Soc Owen at the Clemen Ilouae crous position. There is a musiotl discord in the tawhen In Danville, for he keep a ble, hla room are large and handsomely Christian church on the question of introfurnished and he acta the host In the most ducing an organ; not serious, however. Hilly Williams, with a stilT, consisting agnfahle manner. f Henry Nnll and Sim West, ii "wire-pul- l The Stanford Sporting Club tried their Ing" on the telephone line. Olve them an skill Wednesday with the following result: ovation when they reach Stanford. Jim Craig lilt 6 out of 11 balls; Hob McAl-IsteI should have paid the Hanging Fork I ontof 11; John Ilrlght, C; Henry a compliment on it vigorous demonstraIlriiht, 7; Dr. Hugh Held, C; lloti Fenzet, tion of Sunday morning; but as the dally 1; Hrnry Orccn, 6; George McAlister, 3. paper are full of the antic of their little This I rather arkward shooting, hut the water courses, I respectfully withdraw the boya are out of practice and will improve, H. F. from competition, Mi at Hettle I)gan, formerly of your Wr. are rrcpifsledto publish the following circular inued by the State Hoard of place, Is here in the proectitlon of her Health: "At the instance of several mem- mudcal mission. Will Sandifer, after a bers of Ical Ibards, there will be a gener- long nlMfiicc, dropped in the other day in Will looks as fresh al Convention of County Hoards, March "lli the lole of drummer Jt 10 a. m , In the Hall of the Young Men's and handsome a ever. Mrs. Charlotta Christian Association, Louisville. The Oreen and daughter, accompanied by her Convention will tako Into consideration the niece, Mis Annie McKinney, have gone to bet mode of conducting Local Hoards; the Kogersville, Tenn., with a view of remainmode of preventing diseases, and the pre- ing yr. and Mrs. John Logan of are visiting Mrs. Jno. D. Carpenvention of the spread of contagious dicaa-e- ; the value ol dralnige and ventilation; ter, who is a near relative of Mr. L. Dr and endeavor to secure greater unity of ac- Wm. Moreland Itlaln, of Williamsburg, tion It is liod that each County will be who haa been here since just before the rrprcaented, and a frcali iniwtus given to death of hi father, returns home to llil whole subject A mailer of such grow- morrow. Crab Orchard. ing importance ought to excite greater InThe best indication of intelligence and terest in the people of Kentucky." thrift la the presence of the county paper MARRIAGES. in the household. No home la complete Married, In Huntaville TennM Prof. II. without it. Mias Kittie Higgin and Mine Shlvel II Ltndtay and Miu Uallie K Foster, of have returned from a most pleasant visit thin county, daughter of Mr. J. M. Mr. Lindsay graduated at Mid- to Misa Lulu James, living about five way about a yctr and a half ago, and was miles beyond Stanford. I fear there is, blood on the moon. teaching school when ahe caught a husband. She haa many frienda here and In Well, if thcro U, I can't help H. Men ought to attend strictly to their own busi Midway. ness, and not profess and practice a ponder RELIGIOUS. ous versatility. Servlee I am greatly pained to chronicle the preparatory to communion will begin at the Presbyterian church to- death of Mr. Sarah Iloldam, tho mother of Mr. Jamra Iloldam and the eldest elster morrow at 11 A.M. Rer.ltobt.A.CsIJwell, of the Cumberland Church, will asIst the of Hou, Wm.O. Hansford. Mrs. Iloldam the pastor on Saturday, and go to hi regu- wa G5 years of age and indeed a most estilar appointment at Walnut Flat on Sunday mable lady a true mother in Jiraet.i A charming young lady a most morning. blonde of Crab Orchard is very LAUD. STOCK ANO CROP. RrIousIy troubled with Hronu' fever, and A No. 1 Alderney cow for sale by John a be bnd haidy recovered from King's M. Mclloberte, Sr. evil, great solicitude pervades the minds The proprietor of the Lincoln Mills ol frienda at tho dangera threatening her. want to buy wheat and corn. We will hope fur the beat, although the I'on Sale, Cheap. A Good 3 year-ol- d worst be realized. Jack. Apply to 1(. 1 1. Crow, Stanford. Notwithstanding the drenching rain o James K. Ford, of Bourbon, sold hi last Sunday, our vencuMe brother, Mr. farm ol 060 to Tho Woodford, at $77 per James McA lister, at the usual hour for acre was at the Chrintiau church, inW. 8 Spoonaniore aold to D. N. Prew-t- preaching, quiring if it could b) possible the storm 10 head scrub cattle at and 0 olhtra would prevent Hrotbcr Livingston from at 3. holding services. In hia zeal for the A. M. Feland aold this week to a parly, 12 of hla fine Cashmere goats, Master be forgot that liro. L. waa Uit aa I stood In the presence of at $6 each. Kight thoroughbred bull calvea and this grand old gentleman, and memory old for-- sale by 8. II. brought up before me the many llimsy exone ditto cuses upon which I had permitted myself Hiughman, Stanford. Dr. T. It and A. W. Montgomery aold to be kept from ''going up to the house of to John M. Hail about 100 Iambs, to be the Lord," I felt a rebuke which I trust will bring about a healthy reformation. delivered June 10, at 6 cent. According to the Owingsville Outlook, Mr. Larkin Well went South with horse and mule a few weeks since, and Hath county last year raUrd 6,000 hog succeeded in selling at good figure. Mr. J. head of tobacco, valued nt $600,000. E. V. (Jalco bought in Orange opURty, C. Fox I again here buying all the surplus Florida, 20 acce of orange orchard ffnr cattle on the market, nnd determined to wage an uncompromising war with Mr. He wilt likely remove tUlTher $2,600 crows. He I trying to kill two In New York yesterday cominoir to Cro prime steer were quoted at ?6 20 to $0 CO blrda with one stone. Mr. Kube Hronauh, prrcwl; extra do at $7 to $7 26. Market one of our democratic- - HalwarU and most y auccenaful farmer, refused dull. 5150 for a Alexander A Seddens, Columbus, O., blooded gclttlnp; and yet Kube say the have purchased from H. C Church, Frank- tinns are disjointed. Mrs. C W. Singlefort, Ky., the chestnut filly, Marie Itarnes, ton ban sold 30 acre of Fall Lick land to four year old, by Long Idand Patchcn; Mr Q. W Singleton for the "snug" little dam by Paddy Burn. Price $1,000. sum of $390, Aun piara don't Van t any John II Shropshire sold to Htut A husband Jo Ukifcarcjof hen, $liJplnilo Hambrick 8,000 lbs. White Hurley tobacco that without any masculine aid. at 11 els. all around. J C. Kinkead raid Some oun has stid, "Reputation is the to J. L. Cogar, of Midway, his trotting fil- gift of others, often gained without merit ly, Bettie K , lor about $600 She made a and lot without crime." All men admit George- lh correctness of this declaration, but yet record of 2.40 while breaking. . , town Time. such ia the character of man that the evil Prof. Webber, of Yale, aayathat "the uttered against cotutounltit-- Hnd individu0 al firat race for money waa In 1618, when baa almost the efftct of conviction eswaa bet that no home could go a mile tablished by positive proof or admission in In three minute. The firat trot for money "oen court." Hyhi unjust process Crab waa in ISOfl, when Yankee made 2:69." In Orchard haa been pronounced wholly bad running, Prof. Webber la of the opinion and not susceptible of moral cultivation. that bones have beeu bred to do all that While thl I our reputation abroad, we blood, bone and mucle can accomplish. have the happy consciousness it was attainIt la reported from nearly all parts of ed by no fault of our. Law and order the State that the wheat crop is looking prevail here aa absolutely a in any other very badly, and it la estimated that not portiou of tho Slate, Our people aro inmtich over a half crop will be made. This dustrious and frugal nnd In their dally county la not an exception; for that which walk and conversation, the stranger ever waa not destroyed ly ily ha been ureatly behold thu manifestation of all the dodamaged by the Very dry weather of the mestic virtue in strong and vigorous ac fall am the extremely wet winter nnd ita tivity. Your correspondent' has been a resident of Crab Orchard for about eight sudden and hard freeze. Cattle are in demand In Cincinnati, months and altliough upon hla arrival here uwing to difficulty In shipping them to fully Imbued with the prevailing floating that point. Couimou are quoted al 2 to rumor concerning thi people,yet such ha 31 cents; good to extra butcher, 4e to Sc; been tho uniform kindneis and courtesy of me, I am common to choice shippers, 4 Jc to Or; stock-er- a the entire community toward and feeders, 4c to 6Jc. Hog are alow constrained, beholding aa I do from day to at $7 to $7.30 for best ahipper and butch- day, the strict and prompt enforcement of ers; 6a to 0) for common. Sheep in good the law against all violator thereof, to dedemand at 3o to 3c; atocker, 2o to 3Jc; clare that all report derogatory to the character of Crab Orchard, false and I fear lamb aro firm at 4o to 4 jo. Yesterday waa one of the biggest day malicious. Tho special conservators of in the live atock line ever known In Lex- the law and order, are Judge Pettua and ington. At the Stock Yaid there were Marshal William Hiunders. Upon the reseveral carload of cattle from Chicago and moval of Judge Stephen Uuroh to hia farm, St. Louis, aa well as various lots from Ten Dr. I'ellus was Induced, UQtwithatanding police his extepiive practice, to and a number of counties in numbering about 1,000 hed in all. judge and thus serve u in two capacities. There waa a good crowd of buyer In attend We now have three chooU jn successance and the best trade 0f stock wsa lu ful operatiou, to you tee tho educatlouil good demand, All the best of the cattle interest of the town aro io a moat healthy Prof, Itlce, a cultured were old olf at $6 and $6 60 per cwt, Sev- condition. eral hundred head of the lower gradee were christian, gentleman, came among us a few left over untold. Very few mule and weeka ago and by a little agitation has seOne lot of yearling cured a magnificent school of fifty scholars, home were olltred. 1 arcom-pinlmen- t. lienn-llful, post-offic- e, e tip-to- p r, . Nichol-aavillc, Hen-dticktt j in juijjtm.ii. ,w...jw....iw. i.ii 3, Ten-ncK-- water-boun- d. -- .A,T73wjTi rr'i and so enthused the lordly Sovereigns upon AarnufatiiiTOHr, the subjectnf education, tbal already enough flTho prevalence of drnnkennoss In tlio money has lieen raised to treel a college Stato prison at Anbnrn puzzled tho offbuilding and establish an Institution of d icers for a long time. It was nt first learning worthy the lime and age in which that whisky was brought in by we live. Miss Winlock, a graduate of somo ono, but finally it was discovered Danghtera College, a beautiful and culliva thftt a distillery was in full operation ted lady, ht a select school of young ladies within tiio walls of tho institution. Ad and is giving universal satisfaction, Our enterprising convict had rigged a "worm" third ichool I presided over by Mrs. Wm in n Boclndcd siwt in tho kitchen, and, lluchanan, and right royally Is she contend o ing for a proud place among the teachers of with corn meal and rye, was nblo to n liquor that would intoxicato whoKentucky. ever drank wry much of it. Tlio man MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. did n thriving business, and when lio Sam. M. Rurdett, Editor. was discovered ho was ranking money nt Jame-- i Mize, charged with malicious a rapid rate. " Hccr," tn it is called, is shooting and wounding, I in jail and will mado oven at this day, Tho boverngo is have his examining trial this week. a browing of bread crust and yeast and The high wster in lloiindstone sub- is exhilarating, if nothing more. Tho merged the grade of the Kentucky Central mon in tho kitchen ninko it and tell it to In several placea, The grade will be changed tho prisoners. At ono It mo counterfeit, The Louiavllle papers state that M. T, ing was actually carried on In tho prison. Irwin was dangerously stabbed Monday Imitations wero mado of silver coins evening in that city by L.M.l-razer- . rra which would readily deccivo unless ter, who It respectably connected, formerly closely examined. Molds wore mode lived at this place nnd has many relatives of plaster of pans, nnd tho 10, 25 and CO here. It Is. said that Irwin will probably cent pieces wero plated in tlio saddlery die. Irazer Is under bond for $200. hardwaro shop. Tho convicts were well Kr. press trsin going south run no fur supplied with this bogus money, and a ther than Livingston. A mixed train, car its way into circurying mails, passengers and freight, leaves great deal of it found lation outside. Livingston for Williamsburg every morn Tlio men aro not allowed to carry Ing al 0 o'clock, returning that evening. It Is understood that this arrangement is only watches, but a great many of them do, temorary. Aa soon as damages done the notwithstanding tho rulo to tho. contrary. road-be- d by the floods can be repaired, the Usually the watchoa 10 bags which arc sfMsl&'b7Vsfc4g old order of things will be renmed. 'Peiwonai.. Miss Malvery Lyllle, a about tbo neck unctoMtAirtM 'SloMiflf ir handsome and charmlntt young lady from A good many of tho prisonefcr' road tlio Manchester, and her father, Col, D. Y, Lyt newspapers regularly. How thoy obtain tie, were passengers on Tuesday night's them is a mystery. Tlio New York train en route home from a visit to Louis dailies reach Auburn at 4 o'clock in tho ville and Frankfort. Mr, Bennett Wilson, afternoon, and often thoy will get into of Missouri, is visiting relatives here. Mr. tho hands of tho convicts thosnmo ovon-inA. O. Lovell lias completed his course at Of courso, each prisoner is not the luivllle Medical College and is now flupplled with a papor. Ono paper will M D,, or will be aa soon as do for a dozen men or more, Tlio newsa he receives bis diploma on the 2Cth Inst papers must bo brought in by officers He will begin the practice of his profession who nro a littlo lax in discipline. It Li at this place immediately. A genial, mod supposed that all letters written by conest, industrious young man, his many victs pass through tho hands of tho friends predict for Dr. Lovell a successful chaplain, whoso duty it is to see that career. Mr. M. F. Hrlnkley, of Louisville, they contain no mischievous or imwas here this week and was warmly greet' proper languago. Half of tho mon in Since his return tho prison send and rcccivo ed by many old friends. lottcrs that from Missouri. Dr. J. J. Hrown has, resum- tho chaplain never sees. Those "go ed his practice here and will probably be through tho underground," as tho offcontent during the rest of hi days to "dose icers say. Generally thoy aro taken in in old Rockcastle. out drugs" and outbycitizenforcmen, whose sympayi in: Kit HAyu sutk Vivr.n. thies tho men enlist. Somo of tho conTlio fibred lmuk-notpaper on which victs send out for raw steaks, which they broil at tho forges and in tho furAiniricnu legal lenders, national banknote currency nucl Government bonds nace. O titers prcfor cake and pic, for aro printed, is mado at Dallou, Muss., which thoy will spend every cent thoy Joe Cobnrn used to have in nn old mill, wlioeo existence dates can procure. hack to Colonial times. If you ebonld two largo mineo pies sent to him regustop nt tho old paj)cr mill, with proper larly twice a week from Now York. credentials, you may, perhaps, bo al- Finally tho agent told Joe that ho would lowed to hnndlo a sheet of thucrispfibro bo compelled to deny him his toothsomo y shipment of pnor, or tnko a peep at tho pulp press, pastry, and tho Jfeto York whoro.nstlio wet, grayish pulp is pressed pies was discontinued. between heavy iron cylinders, bits of Time. bluo nnd red tnlk thread aro scattered ARCTIC ritlZXOitEXA. over its face and silken ribs laid on iti A remarknblo echo was noticed be surface. You may go beyond Into tho , counting-roomwhero each sheet as it tween two mountains at Plover bay; comes from tho drying-roois carefully another, noticed by our sledgo party in examined and counted and then returned a cliff at Capo Onmann, Siberia, gives to tho paper-cuttto bo dnided into back mora than a dozen echoes ; nnd smaller sheets. If you trace this paper Boron Wrongell relates that a pistol still further you will find that from tho fired near somo cliffs on tho River Lena cutter's hands it passes again to tho is echoed 100 times. Tho great dlstanco , counting-roomis separated, into little, to which small bounds aro sometimes packages containing 1,000 shoots each, transmitted is also worthy of record. tho amount recorded in a register, and Tho first timo tho ncoustio clearness of then packed into bnndlos And stored in tho atmosphere camo under observation tiro and burglar-provaults to await was at St. Michael's, whero a conversa shipment to tho United Stutes treasury. tion carried on at an incrcdiblo distanco From pulp room to vault tho precious could bo distinctly hoard. Amid tho paper is watched and guarded as care- grim silenco and desolation ot Wrongell fully as though cauh sheet wero an ounco Land, nt a time, too, when tho air was of gold. Its manufacture is odo of tho acoustically opaquo for this latitudo, I greatest secrets connected with tho Gov- distinctly hoard our boatswain, a small man with a squeaky voice, giving orders ernment's money making. From tho vaults of th6 paper mill at two miles away, whilo laughter and Daltou to tho guarded storerooms of the sounds ot tho voico when any ono spoke treasury at Washington is but n jour- abovo tho ordinary tono wero heard with amazing distinctness as to suggest ney of two or tliroo days. In tho capa- such tolephonio communication. Arctla letcious vaults of tho treasury building, ter. among gold and silver and copper and nickel coins, bullion, paper currency Tukue aro 1,200 lodges of Odd-Feland official records, you will find thou- lows in Ohio, and lots of odd follows out sands of packages of tho bank-no- te eido the lodges. paper that is manufactured at Daltou, Wis can do mora good by being good It comes hi little iron safes, such as are used by tho Adams Express Company, than in any other way. -sup-posopro-dncg. ed o semi-weekler of -' earn-full- fnorriMom T. IT. JSllliB! VAKNOV. , T. W.AWB VAItNON, ATTOIINJ3YH AT UA.-W09Uln 'IA.TTOIINMY AKY. BTANFonn, - VlSXO.t. WlLLArSR FOR SALE! KEKTUOKY STANFORII, KY. Owsley A Ron's new building up stairs. Intending to rsmore lu Lmilitllle, I offer for Hi roy 7 l'EYTON, DrTcllInK IIoiimc, Nlern A Nfook erOefltlst MT. VEHNON, - Will practice In ihe Ccurtior Lincoln is-- ' counties and the fupfrlor Oeutt and Court ot Appeal. Bpsclsl attention given to collections. 112 Officaon Lancaster stret all Iraproremeots, has eight rooms, lesMes hsIU, etc, it hss atlsehedsn eirellenl csnlen and all necessary oushiilldlnfi. In tllnslton Is the most desirable In Ihe town. I here leen doing a cash and produce buboes of oeer 120,000 per annum at Will iractlteln thOoartsnf Boris sod adjoining rood profit. This cm belncresM-1- . Tne sor-houtonallca and la th Court of Appeals. y Is 2tl feet, front. Topart'rs a profltaMe business location, none ltier van he offerol I.EE T. UUPPMAN. Terms of sale will he made to responsible purchaser. The. hullhy locstlonot Mt. Vernon is nniur-pnsso- l. HTANFOnD, KY. 0Cce-8o- utb ild Main Street, two doors abovs It bring abore the tns'srlsl point no such thing as chills or fererealits In this town. Call the Mrers Hotel. roroNllrooi Oxld Qss administered when re- onoraddresa J, II. OTTKR, Ky. it quired. ML Vernon, Thedwelllndi elniost new, modern ball! with ATTOUNKY AT, DANVILLE, KY AIHX. ANDEHBON, UA-V- , 8UIIOKOIN DJNTIHT, JUDGE W. O. IMNNFOKD Ii a candidate for the democratic nomination (or KcpretenUtlre In the neit Uglilatur. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific ': Is a candidal I. A. IU1TC2I1 to Railway. a? for the Democratic nomination represent this county in tbo neit LeglilMure. 1 :m: JUDGE T. P. HILL, Jit., ts a candldtte for prrsentatlr In to nest Legislature, sutjeet to the action ol the democracy. In eflect Dec. 31, ISM. ih ji CINCINNATI SOUTIIEnN DIVISION. f HTATIONa. noeiHBOPHD. Now No M No I Eip. Nigt Accom Eip Dally D'l Da- i- Ex, Ifca. ly. 8jihy ia.m ptm TTm No 1 Mali 'MtUIUE J. H. lrlUIIl'IIY Ix ts a cmdldata to represent Lincoln county In the next Legislature, subject to tho action of she Ie te mocracj. and Eip. D'ly 3d 00 ? ftofaass NTCinfcRAlVCaB. 8c - A Co., maolord, Ky., Latorchcuaull,&eTeranc with Lt. flnlnn.H ' Ueorgetowo " lxlogtoo...... " NlchoTaaTllle. High BrlJje.... .. HarrodsburgJunct'n .... SOOgtO SS O) 37 STm IV " " " ' " ' " " J. M. ROBINSON LOUIBVIIjIiK, - CO.. ICY. Honierset DaoIIIe.... Damllle Junction Point HurDilJe. Importers nd Jobber nt Dry floods. Notions, Ac, C37, 639, fill Malu Street, Cur. Sixth, - Arr. Ch.tunoona. Oak Dale Junction. ltockwood Hprlng City ... Boyce. -- . ., ., II II II II 00 so 4O090O 93 II 1 10 12 7 ZB 11 J II 12 OS u 12 6 10 87 II 20 Nol5 i23 5' ... ItaOliiS 10 7 03 7 9M 43 . .... aem j c 8 2 20 . fJ .. ..... ., .,, ... a1 8M 8 33 7b724i 1 1 u 10 Sa 143 3 21 3 41 7 tu S 21 8S0. lu IS iors TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay ipcclnl stientlon to KIISTIInOCKII. "iTOHHTOJI OIHNIIrVrt".-W- i Wo promlso to glee stttfrtlon, ind when desired will give Talent Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted meal. IlO-- i.ve. Chattanooga- jioyre,- -. . ,Hn....H. Note No 6 No 4 Uo2 -AClul. P.M. P.M. P. M. A M 4 00 4 10 C Of. 4 7 17 " t McAI-INTK- AHAI.I.KP. " ..... " Dantllle Junction.. i Hprlng City.. ... Kockwood Oak Dale Junction. 1'oint l)urcild. bo rocrsct.. 7 30 7 44 9 .16 10 08 I ,. ...... ... 7 33 . SOU 513 7 07 r.ip 1 Ut. I 1 1 82 .....- 2 3 3 4 Public Sale of Turnpike Stock. MONDAY, MABOH 6, 1883, County Harrodaburg Junct'rj iiign j)riugc.H.H. NldJOlasrllle Lexington ALABAMA Ionlll 00 10 23 89 33 it 4 733 . TlTl . 8, 11 2r A Administrator tie Umti non of the estate ol Arr. Cincinnati John Brlgbt,dcc'd, I will, on 10 28 003 (IREAT SOUTHERN. A.M. 433 280 508 2 63 626 8CC 7 4' 1210 5 30 188 8 40 2 07 6 81 218 S 10 231 - 633 283 70S 323 3 48 Lto. door In Court day, at the Courl-IIouSltnfbrJ.sell st public auction to tho highest bidder 1G shares of stock In the Harrodsburtf A Crab Arr. McrlJIan. Orchard Tnrnplke Road Company. Terms, ciali. i:o--3t JOHN Mt71t'AI.r, Aiimr. Lte. Meridian ... " Chatuuoota..... AttalU. Blnulngbsm......,. ' Tuscaloosa ,,,. " Tnsrlnn " B;rmlnghim... VICK8DURO .... ..... ..... . . ,, ...., ... . . 9 12 00 83 . .. I . . I 3 13 8 S3 10 DO 8 SO j J 57 112 21 1 30 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - " Attalla Arr. Chattanoog- aLte. ! . llgSO . Jactson. Arr, Vlckiburg " " " Brandon..... . torcst- - AlcrlJlan... Brandon 14erldUn, AND MKBIDIAN. j i Propr Lte. Tliis Old and Well - Known Arr. " Vlckiburg.............i ' Jackson .. ' BHKEVEPOBT Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND VlCgMBDRO, Iti Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Qnesti. ' DelU Arr. MoDroe-- .... Lre. Monroe- -. " Delta Ait. Vlckiburg Lts. Vlcktburg. roresl...i .. ,..: ;. ,.j .. : j .. ... t. j. :. m j J j2 j j no a) SO j 3M 288 2q . ;n2S : 8 00 10 41 iZZl 144 4 43 AND PAClFia . mo . -- . j j j t j 8 30 1 7 30 12S0 j 2 00 I2S0 Bainrage nlll he coaveysd to aad from the depot frceofeharg. Special accommodation to to CommercialTraTsler. Ike liar will h always supplied with the choicest brails of Liquors aad Cigars. 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Tho progress mado FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. in thu work ot profiling vaocino irtu (mm thoroughly healthy cows, which is Ilecause your house, or your goods, or your lire ilono at thirty establishments in tho slock, or your other property hare not twin burnt or injured by Uror lichtnlug, lino guarsuly thst United BtuU', and its general distribu- iher cannot be. Don't rou think, then, luat It la thoooun-lij- , would be irudent tu secure Indemnity you esse tion in drug stores throughout this such loss or diiuisKtt should occur f I oiler s In r.o eiieclually removes tho greatest st ths lowest rates obtainable lu any surance IAuilrjy I represent mtcu sua you uisy iibjeotioiis to vaccination that thcro is lake your cbslce. HWm JM.M. l'lUMl'N. no lougur any rcasou why this groat piovouhvo measure should not bo ! 120-- 1 Orst-cU- OWSLEl MILLEK Markets, and Literature, and will be edited with the slew or waking It a desirable Kamlly Newipaper. Asa new candidate for public faror, The Weekly News will cater to the requirement ol Us leaders. It will thoroughly discuss all lire questions of ths day. It will giro particular attention to Ihe gathering of the news Eiclal care will bo taken In compiling the rarious market reports. In will be the Interest of Ike farmer, a guodlr deroted to agriculture. General literature and rsrlous tustter fitted for the family elide will comprise an important department ol the paper, and it will be the purpose ol the management to so edit and publish the lbs Weekly News sc to commend It to and uako II a welcome tlaltor In etery household. The Weekly News Is a large quarto, coolalulsg sixty-fou- r columns of reading matter, printed on a a fine article ot calendared palter. inoruerio reacu an ciaaaea,u win ooaoiuat tue Cincinnati News Publishing Co. It li a Democratic paper, deroted to Politics, Agriculture News, sc ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS -- X'ROriUETOlt,- following low employed. Public Sale pluuientM. at public auction, ou otawfobd, Haying bad this Hotel -- KY. A single copy, one year .....-..........- .. I 1 00 A club of ten copies, mailed to one poatolfice, 9 00 . one year. A dub of twenty copies, mailed to one post 17 00 office, oue year . A cluUof thirty copies, mailed to one post- 21 00 .. offlcOjOU yer... e, A club of forty copies, mailed to ouo 30 00 one year And larger clubs at the rat of 73 cents copy per annum And la addition, TbsWeekly News will be ua free for one year tu any persou who will raise a clubol twtatr or more annual subscr bcrs at one puetolHce, aud forward tbelr uaiuis aud addrrss abore with the requisite amount ol mouey, table of rstta. UATKS Oh' HUHSCltll'TlOXl ........ aar PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS among those who scud to The Weekly News the ten Isrgest clubs of full rate subscribers Iroui auy 00 btaie by the 1st day ol July, 1883. Lach subscription la the clubs will be is tho most successful fluuuciul institution Tub Chemical Itimk til New York I.hiuI, Hank Stock, I.lto Ntoclt, Crop Hiul 1'Hruitus Iw Kei'iirnlsliea and AsKiecutorof thelsit will nod testament of Tliousst. number awa, 1 win at uis ui residence ik, suits from Crsb Orchard, espos for sale Itoiittcd Ktrlctljr to Will $1,000 TN 430I1 !and obtain U distributed ONE DOLLAR FER YEAR. 2d 3d in existence. e Ken-luck- bc-o- Tho capltul in ouly $300,. 000, but ita deposits aggregato 514.00O,000, ou which a diacouut business of ra Its $13,000,000 is transacted. uro paid u dividend of 25 per cent. (Uiurtcrly, which is liable to bo Thu inci eased before it is diminished. i,tock is hold ut 2,000, which is probably tho highest quotation of b.iuk huru4 iu tho world. sharo-holdo- from bueuient to garret, I lutcutl tu Hei' ' rirrit-CmsH MnimtT, that will add in For Largest WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, '83, Two Iruod Mare 1 And Uare nothlug undone 1 younf. Horses, psdr w0,k Mules, I dljtoed Hull. 4 Cows, year-Hu- n Sleers, Ii Hellers, 4 Calres, t H(s, 41 Boevu, 14 HntfLlMri Kicks. Corn. Wleat and Osts. sick New Bunny, Ktxkavay.Mtol new huafj Harness, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. yvarlliitf Mule, " " " Club...... .......... . . 1300 till BlU ...u .... , 2lO 100 90 la gold " to. 70 80 SO 7ll th 6) 20 -I- I.COO is a slgnaturo of wisdom and tho works ot God, whioh evidently distinguishes them from the fecblo imitations of men. Not only the splendor of tho sun, but tho glimproclaims mering light ot tho his glory. John Newton, Thmik ion or impressed upon glow-wor- Are offered new, sud many ulhcr l'sriuln( luip!uient,lloue-boldan- d Also! blscksUsy Kltrkeur'urullure.ac. ifLandofaboutsi9Acns,adjolnlDith A tract SPEOIAI. INDUOBMENTS bouu'Slead, knosru as the tloffhriu. A tract ol land ol alwut IK) Acrts, railed tho Mlddlelon trsit, near To patrouli us, u I bam srsry ionTutsnc.such e. Ouo Town Lot lu the city of St. the fur tbelrtuw. JuKih, Mo. lillr wlshUii to buy the really aa NICK 8 AMl'LE ROOMS, Ac, will call ou J. JJ. Hh for lurlleular duecrlptlou. Term usJe know u on day ol sale. rJlixk will be sold Baggage Transferred to and iron 141 chares Farmer MsL at th(Xiurtfciusr In bUufuid on tlouday, MsrS, the Depot free of charge. HKM,Cuumy Court day. J. H. OWbl.KV, Dir. Thosar. IluuiWr. II W. Kjo, Auc i:0-- Mawlnit Mscbliis. Ulillnie lake. 1 Wagons, one Coimnerclal 'XravolerH nib loth Total- -.. lib " ' " " " " Ulr.uiearsll. W.fs. fKANCIN. Parties working tor lb shore pnrmluu luutt inrarlably send vn dollar with each name niuit-e- d, and they should sir name with P. O. addresses, and send money aa fast as Ih subscribers areobulaed Hsiall amounts of uooer way be sent by mall al lbUuipaay'srUx, bulamouuuorer luiusl be soul by instorflc money ordr, check or by regis-cerletur. Send lor siwciustt copy and then aubscrlbe lor It. Addreaa THE WtEKLY NEWS. 204 aud Sua lUc street, llmlnnall, Ohio, , tFir--ixth- , W " t.lXVt)r.!t I.V Hot TKAtMtO. DOMltSNO MVONQHrt hr.it Kit, Wo went and wore taken (0 To alwats insure light dumplings mix Someyenra ago an Austin merchant, tho door of a bedroom lookingout ottthd whom wo will call Smith Ikxtjuso that Tolomao flats; n cheery cry of "Oomo and let stand two or throo hours before BTJs.'XTirOTIT), 3CY. rising ; cut into thin strips, roll in flour was and is the namo painted on his sign- in 1" iu n gicat, strong roico answered aud boil twenty minutes. board, sent an order for goods to n Now tho Senator's rap, and I wan Friday MoralBg, February 16,1883 Vklvkt CnEAU. Whites of fonreggs fork Arm. Ho kept a very cxtcnaivc with tho first President I hod over mot. is Riven by usitiR Drown's general store, had plenty of mouoy, kept It was n broiling, breevolcss summer beaten to a stiff froth; two teaspoon-fnl- s Iron Hitters. In the each of sugar, currant jelly and ill his accounts in a pocket memorandum day, and tho solo occupant of tho room, A crninri iifaur.TJTto'. Winter it strengthens and divested of coat, vest, cravat, collar aud rasplicrry Jam. Beat all together briskWhen (hi inilmnl was ntneti for book, and didn't know tho difference wartm the system; in the ly. Servo with or without cream. donblo entry and tho shoes, sat in rocking-chair- , travel lietwevti llilfiaoro Mill Washingin Spring it enriches the blood With eako it is a delirious dish for des- iclenco of hydrostatics. his nhirt, trousers, stockings and looseton Iwtw Mr. WeMor frequently; but and conquers discrfSc; in the Among other things ho ordered was slippers, "only these and nothing more," sert. liotli employed it ww not until vre Summer it gives tone to the 13 groai allotted GiMrtKit Oakk. Ono cup of mo Borr As ho roso and camd to moot us, I In tlio ini)ortaut die of Wilson v. 12 grlnditantl. ditto nerves and digestive-organs-; lasses, ono cup of sugar, ono cup of llonssciut, in tlio Supreme Court, tlitt I When ho ordered tho grindstones, hn looked at him with surprlso and wonder, in the Fall it enables the sweet milk, hnlf a cap of butter, ono mis npiin lirutiglit into professional re- meant to order au assortment of tnelvi for ho was tho most remarkable man I system to stand the sliock lation nitli liim, Our client, Mr. Jim. grindstones. The shipping clerk of tho had yet seen; and I don't think I havo egg, two tcnspooufuls of baking powof sudden changes. der, ginger and raisins to suit tho tasto. G. Wiron, ImiI no Iom than aovencoun-1.0- I New York firm was astonished when ho seen such a ono in all my journeyings Stir in flour enough to mako a soft bat-to- r, Sew-aisince. Mr. WVIiMor, Mr. William read tho onler. Ho went to tho man-gc- r In no way can disease lie not on thick as ordinary cake. Bake As ho talked ho becamo Mr. Johnson, Mr. Fbcli, aud said : so surely prevented as by ' of Yotmont ; Mr. lien Jcrson, of Lcmisl-nnnnd rocked nervously and vigor- slowly. "Tor Hoven'a sako I what do thoy keeping the system in perPausmtt SAUCRWash a bunch ol ; Mr. Ilnll tf Washington, nnd ant with twelve gross, 1,728 grind- - ously in his chair, nnd his long, lean leg, fect condition. Drown's parsley in cold water, then lxiil It for six to onr itoucs, iu Texas? " Tlio manager said crossed over tho kneo of tho other ono, riutirt lint connr-nteIron Ditthrs ensures perdividing tlio point two sinking to t must 1)0 a mistake, and tcleffraiihed swung backward nnd forward llko a pen- or seven minutes in salt aud water; fect health through the dulum. And, finally, from tho violent drain it, cut tho leaves from tho stalk eneli. iltit the iliflictilty was to get us Smith : changing seasons, it disarms At last, for consultation. , nil together " Wasn't it a mistako ordering so many swinging, off flow his slipper into the and chop them fine. Havo ready some the danger from impure in ilespair of Micccudiug otherwise, Mr. jrinds tones J " corner of tlio room. Novcr hooding it, melted butter and stir in tho parsley; water and miasmatic air, allow two small of loaves Wilson invited us to nuppor at tlio Old man Smith prided himself on norcr ho crossed tho other leg instead, and and it prevents Consumpof butter. Servo with went on with his ardent expression of to one half-piat I) o'cldck, with tlio Hotel, naking n mistake. Ilo had no copy cif tion, Kidney and Liver Distlint n consultation wo J Id jis onler to refer to, and, if ho bad, hr feeling, in which Bingham joined, whilo fish and boiled fowls. ease, Sec. CncAM Biscuits. (as becamo my placo) sat by, silent, takoplaco at 8. It was not until 850, .Toulu not liave referred to it, beeauso h Delicious little however, that Mr. Webster called us to mow ho had only ordered twelvo grind but muck interested and amused. Pres- cream biscuits for afternoon tea arc . S. Btrlin, Esq., of the onler, stated the object of the meeting, itone. So he wroto back : ently off flow tho other slipper, and, tho mado by mixing n flour with firm of II. S. and complimented our host for hi exDerlin & Co., Attorneys, Lc "Proliably you think you WW,W conversation closing soon after, Mr. Jj. cream, which roll into n thin, smooth cellent judgment as displayed in tho pnsinejsjiettfr than lib. , lercd us to tho door with panto, prick, cut and bake immediately. Droit Duilding, Washingmeans adopted for securing the attend-- ' ler what I want, and I on his immonsely They should Imj kept dry in a close tin ton, D. C, writes, Dec. 5th, box. If tho flour is not mice of his professional advisers. Turn1SS1: r ler. Send on tho orindstones. HViMjMSfgflBfSBSjfHESr' ing then to Mr. 8cwr.rJ, ho said, "And But sje&sjof all men, the most in salt it lightly, and mix with a TI.e Kow York firm knew Smith waa n l Cinttttnrn: I tale Insnow, Urothir Sonard, you will begin Mloeeouutrin, but that ho always paid dependent of tho effect of clothing or of of baking powder. ure in Haling that 1 hat e uted with reading t)ie itcurd." Records in msIi ou reot-ip- t Ilroun' Iron Hitters for Had ho been clad of invoico, and was able outward appearance. Ham Sandwiches. Chop the ham fine ami nertous troubles, those day were not printed, as now, n buy n dozen quarries-ful- l of grind-tone- s in skins, ono would have been impressed and season it witlijsalt, pepper and musCcuitd ly otcrnork, with but were engrossed on folio cap paper, if ho cared to indulge in such with his greatness by seeing nnd hearing tard. If the lean meat alone is used a excellent remits. , nnd in this particular case the record nxurin, o thoy tilled his order as writ-.o- him for half an hour. For ho was au un- little melted butter may bo added. Dcwarc of imitations. nasa heavy pile of manuscript, whicH iuid "liWtered a schooner, filled her crowned King, a man among men, J'rl-- Spread between thin slices of bread. Mr. Seward rested on his lap, and which nil of griudstones, and cleared her Ask for Drown's Iron Hitfor mu inter jxircs, greatost among all tho ulieeso sandwiches are verv nlco ,? ilm nould have taken several liourn to rend, J;Jveton. They wroto to Smith, and great men of his ago. licminliccnces ciieeso may lie grated or ters, and insist on having cut in thin while there remained not more than ud Xhat thoy hoped the consignment ol In the Detroit it. Don't be imposed on Pren. slices. Mustard is added or not as twenty minutes before supper would bo (iudstoucs by schooner wonld keep him with something recompleased. A 11CMASCJS IS TITO CHAl'XKItS. ready. Mr. Sow aril, however, began joing until thoy cottld charter another mended as "just us W." Hxowdox Oakk. This is a genuine with the formal heading, and was going Twelve years ago, after an American The genuine is made only Dhid. Smitli bold grindstones at whole-talHcotch recipe, and is a great favorite on when interrupted by a burst of by the Drown Chemical Co. low figures on long timo for named Walloco had got his family and with and at n families. Beat laughter, which was not quieted by the nmt turco yearn afterward. Now, when "traps" aboard an ocean steamer nt Daltimorc, Md. to a cream half a pound of butter, grave, judicial manner in wlu'ch Mr. WilSmith's wicked rivals in business want Liverpool returning to this country, ho of a pound of granulated sugar, suddenly remembered that ho had for son called for order, and requested o jHrpetmte n practical joke on an tho wliites of six eggs, half a k'acup ol "Brother Seward" to proceed. By Imrdwaro drummer, tliey tell liim gotten to pay tho nurso girl at tho hotel. cream', and ono pouud of Bermuda arthis time Mr. Seward, who had as yet hat ho had better not neglect to call on As there remained two hours before sail rowroot. Add the beaten yolks of two preserved his countenance, joined In Smith, as they just heard the old man ing, ho set out for tho hotel On his of tho eggs and a very little salt. Bake EAHT : WENT ! tho mirth ; when Mr. Webster, shrugay ho wanted to order some more grind-itone- way hcjrol into an altercation with a man in a mold ono hour or more. NOIITIH Amor-icon- 's ging his shoulders and tnrnitg to bur When tho drummer calls on an tho street, which ended by tho Mashed Potatoes. Pare and boil the knocking him down. In revenge client, said: "You see how it is, Mr. Smith, and, with a broad smile lighting VIA LOUISVILLE potatoes, nnd, after every traceof the "Wilson; there seems to be no alternadp his couiitenauco, says, "Mr. Smith, ho accused his assailant of trying to tive but to begin itli supper. Do yoq ,t, understand you aro needing some pick his pockets, and bad him arrested. water has ovaporatl mash them with think it is ready ? Perhaps wo may get j rinds tones," thero is a painful tableau Wallace offered $1,000 for bis reloaso in your pestle, still u. tho kettle over tho OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W. on better with the record afterward J" that the render oan better imagine than order that ho might tako tlio steamer. fire ; they nro naught if Hot kept hot. Tlio police didn't beliovo his story, and, Get out overy suggestion of a lump and nml to supper in an adjoining room Mr. we cau describe. Texas Hiftinn. having had a telegrapluo order from tho as you mash put iu a generous quantity Wilson and his counsel marched, with DAILY TRAINS 3 3 Mr. Webster at the head of tho proces- THE KlCHKar CITV IS TUB WORLD. United States that morning to arrest a of fresh butter, and, if you have it, some Frankfort containing a counterfeiter, they thought ho would cream if Hot cream, enough milk to sion. pppulatiou of about 100,000, is said to answer every purpose. Ho could sot mako tho potato rich and moist. Salt it TIIK EAST AND NOHTn. There was more than one good-talkat the table, and for a while the conver- bo, tho richest city of its size iu the identify himself, tlio hotel keeper say- to taste, and. servo fresh and hot FrM rtlor Ctn nU New Vtj CouhM Without Chtiige. sation van general. It was not long, whole world. H its wealth were equally ing that he knew nothing about him ex dish piled up and smoothed over in a hot 4 4 DAILY TRAINS however, before wo were listening to divided among its inhabitants, every cept that he went away from tho hotel with a littlo black pepper sifted on top. man, woman and child would have, it is without paying tho nurso girL Ho was Mashed potato which has stood on the Mr. Webster. XiOUlM tO said, 20.0C0 marks, or seme $5,000 thercforo sentenced and imprisoned for stove for a whilo beforo serving is poor Conllrn re otnr.e", ltitenU.i Je era lenebant. AND THE WEST. apiece. 1 hero are, as may bo supposed, two years. At tho end of that timo ho stuff. If you want tho top brown hold He was "i' the vein," and the hours good many poor people in the town, learned tho 's trade, and over it a salamander or a very hot stove 61wi'Ii)f die nl VT CouhM to St. Louli WithHew by unheeded as there streamed from out Chtnft. but tho citizens aro, as a whole, in un- earned enough to como home as an emi- lid don't put the dish into tho oven, him, in rapid succession, anecdoteo, usually comfortable circumstances, more grant. On reaching this side ho could that only makes tho contents watery. 2 DAILY TRAINS 2 quotation), references to his boyhood so probably than the citizens ol any find or hear nothing of his wife. Ho Louhwllle to Indianapolis, Chicago, incidents in his early practico, descripother capital in Germany or Europe, It set to work, however, and modo HE irO.V THE ItET. a small AND TUB NORTH tions of the men who then figured upon is stated that thero oxe 100 Frankfortcra fortune, which ho subsequently inA wag, who was anxious to test how the scene, grnphlo accounts of old fa- -. worth from Vtj CotehN nJ ItotllnlDc Chile Can Tbrooh $4,000,000 to $7,000,000 creased to a largo ono by means of a much confidence a certain friend had in Without Chuige. miliar plucfs. He was sometimes grave, each, and 25Q who aro worth $3,000,000 mining speculation, that led him finally him, took a standard dollar, and, coatFor Wnihlncton. Baltimore, Philadeleolemn even: sometimes pathetic; someaud upward. Tlio city is ono of phia, Hew York and Hoatou, time, and by no means infrequently, great banking centers of tho globe, the to Utah. At Salt Lako a friend, in ing it with quicksilver, passed it at tho IU answer to his needs, conducted him to a other's store. In less than half an hour Thta It tho Vtrj BJt iloutr, u You IMto No quaint, droll and humorous; sometimes aggregate bDiEft 01 1 run. banking capital is estimated widow's home, who was famous for the tho dollar, whose peculiar appearance tho table iu a roar ; then again at $2,000,000,000, more than had aroused distrust, was brought back gsi Hart Tferoih DiJ Coaeheioa All Trtlnl excellence of the shirts sho made. His . nipyiug liia. hearers almost to tears, of which the famous Rothschilds, whoso friend introduced him as a gentleman with: S' Hare KoMidntflit Channel I btue of his company, he was under no original and parent houso is " Here, Billy, you havo given me a 0? ArrUe at 8U Louis t Uoara la Adrian of restraint, and seemed disposed to let his and control The annual there, own who wanted some shirts made. Tho transactions woman gavo a scream. It was his wife, bogus dollar, and I como to get it reOtkrr Llan, tbmby atrurlni mora time tor nuim'al spirits run away with him, to in bills of exchango are in excess of and the young girl in the room miilof chisfe of can and g attlng flrat choir tho baby deemed." t ryet the eminent lawydr and the great $100,000,600. olMiulararaofronDpctlDg lloca. Its general trado and ho last saw in tho steamship. Her hus" It isn't a bogus dollar at alt ; it's as to roll off the sixty-liv- e tUteDinau, years manufacturing industries havo greatly band, failing to return on tho vessel, sho good as any money ever coined in Amer iht then weighed upon him, and be a increased sinco tho formation of the To Indlampolli and Chicago, and the only concluded that he intended deserting ica," replied tljo wag. "Can't you beI or again. ride along line giving In patron I believe I am the solo Z the ihorea ol Late Michigan. German fcmpxre, to which Frankfort was her, aud, having considerable money, liovo me ? No man has a right to call of that merry party thirty-thre- e originally averse, being a free city and sho mado her way West, lost her money nioney counterfeit until he subjects it to wars ago; and, many as have been the an pppoucnt of Prussia, until coerced, in Sou Francisco gambling in stocks, a fire assay." For TlckrU. Ratal. Time. Mil. Ac. irolr to "hi rail gathetingsat which in my own and" or ConueelliiK Unci, or in July, 18C6, by Gen. Von Falkenstein, and was supiortiiig herself The other said that under ordinary Ticket Agent in Salt Lake julier Imula I have leen present, I havo aviarm who entered it at tlio head of an army bv her needle. K.N. BROWN. Southern l'meager AgU. ho would beliovo his circumstances 8. K. Cor. 4th and M1I0 Hta,,louiiTllle, -- J. ho mcii exp'rieiico as thut afforded by and jraposed a line of 81,0Q0,000 florins Or, lo.J. I). IlllX,Ucnl. Emigrant Aft., friend, but when it came to trying to I ho attempt at u consultation in tho case for Lebanon, Kentucky. its insubordination. Frankfort is uuxt.ky us xut. jxrtziiionrrr op palm off lead dollars on him for silver W. W. I'EABODY, W. B. Ml ATTUC. vs. r.ousee au, . in the! year such place (len'l l'laa. Alt., Uea'lMuperintcodent, a nOMKX. and ones it was another matter, and offered Cincinnati, Ohio. nil sorts that it ls.apt to be full Suppose, for tho sako of argument, wo to bet $10 that tho dollar was bogus. I ought toadd that, somehow or other. tf strangers, and is consequently very accept tho inequality of tho sexes as ono Tlio bet was accepted and the dollar v lit n the nrguih lit Ciiine on, we fell into expensive, and by no means satisfactory of nature's immutable laws; call it a fact turned over to an ossayor who proplueia, and that Mr. Wilson KENTUCKY CENTRAL lo tarry in. that women ore inferior to men in mind, nounced it standard silver 900 fine. ed l..k cue. J'thn H. H. Latrolt, hi morals and physique; concede all that r ran. ur.aaisu "Well," said tho loser, "you setup THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO There are some things to bo urged iu tlio labored arguments of scientists and tlio oysters and wo'll go down to tho ' L.tl'LANlK behalf of poverty, ono of tho chief oi theologians have sought to prove. How store and get tho inoury." J II fl .UAlM'"" 111 tie latitudes tiJObUowhas hardly which is that one is not annoyed by beg- or why should this settle or materially Tho winner, whoso consoienco began uuiuii'ii m i woman's to smite hun.Hpent exactly $10 in cham- ABU ucvwruj mi vputar i Hid when the mosquitoes appear iu ging letters. A reporter of tho New affect tho subject of docs, leu changee and auperlor accommodation! to l'ork Mail, who was sent to mako cer- rights? Would such inferiority bo a pagne and oysters, aud then walked i iiutl.s multitudes, and the people Mlisouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texas, t jiMio u'ht night or day. In wooded tain inquiries of a citizen noted for his valid reason for denying to women free- down to the otoro. Tho loser handed feci, tf jou Weit. The North, i the j ire n perfect plague in liberality, was shown a few specimens' ol dom and opportunity to improro and him u $10 bill, which ho shoved into his contemplate Norlhwretand dlrntlon,Injoor tolernt ij"ts a trip In any jour .ly, utli r which a jjuat appears. This tho importunities for help almost daily employ whatever talents they nmy pos- pocket only to find a few hours later will be LrttMMOl lijr purchasingeach tlcheti rla T V, full Tralui K. C. and Cincinnati, I tin wry haul dm Jig and theduy, hue at made by mail. Among thosa ho was nl- - sess ? Would it, oven ba a sufUciont rea- that it was counterfeit, no went back man I'alace l au; Uani New 1T Coacbee, lorm I bandaouitly furnUned Kecllnlng Chair lowed to copy wcro such as tho follow- - son for refusing them representation in to expostulate, but tho lotcr insisted that the unequalrd equliuienle of thta Old Can lit lenv s nn in peace, for it never i ttellakle, trip orer w liotisi'M. Last comes a specio I0,ijiig lecuiiurnpeiimtj oeing rcuuneu: a Government liko ours, where neither it was genuine, and added significantly : thereby miking a plcaiure. thli line one el luiu-rioTry It. comfort md Nt hidi' fu to very disagrees-&'hks you could do' a kindness if you "race, color uor previous condition of "If you havo any doubts as to tho cor- TIME TABLE. IN EFKEOd" DEC. 31. IBM. ) roll Id layoff, a ruortgago of 8110 on a servitudo" precludes citizenship? On rectness of my statement you had bettur Me, I wu4Hiirpn&fil, at a turu of tho subjoct it to a firo assay." mhJ. to ro u l.loek cloud. It was a' piano or findjojuo man m tho Baptis tlio contrary, would not this very inferiNo. 4. No.. BOIIII. No.. The smart Aleck wandered off blas- Lre. Corlngtoo...... 104 am 2 30 p ml HOOP in Ktiuiuinf iuoqiiitiHs, so thick that it Church that would do it." " Would like ority bo a reason why, every advantage 40 a iu 4 10 p ml 913pu yon to send him inonoy to go to college should bo given tho weaker sex, not only pheming, and is now trying to figure up ' Falmouth. wm iuqitui.itilu to see anything beyond. Cyntulana- -.. 10 60 a in 5 0 p ml 10 (in pm I vut hiiiryiug the horse tluough it, with." "Wanisto bo supported." "Her for its own good, but for tho highest how much ho is ahead on his trick. II 30 a m 6 43 p mliotopin " Peru.. 12 15 p iu lUJilll II 20 pm Arr. Lciington. wh ii hu Middenly stopped, and thon I husband hod soro on his head that bust- - development of tho race? Lto. Lexington ... 133pn Itojiu 11 25 liia P.lTJIKi: ASH tiOS, 2 21 p IP 3 20 p IU 12 10 am Led .out aud sho would not ask no man Arr. Wlncncili'r miw tlnee men working on tho road uu p m 12 43 am Ml. Hterllng... 3 01 p tn UAltli WOUK. According to tho Now York lleraM Alblind.. wliu 11 previously been invisible, forn nicklo if sho did not think he hadn 11 Tu"am 3 OJ pm Huntington "What is your secret of success ?' a young and popular artist of Hint city Her husband uover drunk uu 'J Ms (evms iucieilihlc, but such are tho tig hart. NO. 0. No. I. No. 3. Nparil. never gambled, nev- asked a lady of Turner, tho distin- -' went homo and found that ho was the 1 ii hutglied, and observed: intoxicatiug drinks, .!.' J guished painter, no .replied, "Ihave' happy father of a fourteen-pounbaby. Lr. Huntington eae4Me4 ' Wu Law. a sayiug here that whan a er used no bad lauguago, uover used to" Aihland.. .... 7 IS a iu Mt. Mailing... II 33 a m 5 SO a in After looking fondly at tho youngster and never hrul a luwsuit." "Would no secret, madam,, bnfcjiird Rork." 'r comes ho Writes his' uamo ill a bacco ... 12 21 p m 0 10 a m WlDchMlrr Says Dr. Arnold, "Tho difTurenco tor u few moments, ho said, in a dazod Arr. Leilngton I i vniifcquitijw.aqd, 10 p m 7 Ma w i when hooomes liko you to go and soo all tho Captains ono boy aud another is npt so wirt of way, " You fat rascal, if yon go Lie, Leilngton - liupu 7 43 a iu 313pm 1 i. of the ixieau steamers personal aud soo II iIih fu owing year, 3 00 p to 333 a in 3 63 pm L'arli. . it much iu talent as in energy." 4 0 am Oyuthlana ... 3 M p U) ' lo thinking that you nro born into a i I'h JmhU of the Mldnlyhl you1 cannot raise enough money to sup. Falmouth "Nothing," says Boynolds, "isdeuied wealthy family you'll get left." That's Arr. Ooilngton... 0 15 pm 10 13 a w 323piu 1155 a m tt3pu port tlio graudniece of ." " Tliinks 11, On Chulllu. 'nut labor, and nothing is to be ill ho urobablv ever will get. would llko to give him money to go MAYHVILLE DIVISION I ypji 7 Leilngtou pm, to'Fjigland." "Would liko you to get attained without it." Uiyirllla Don't you think," asked Brown, "that No. 10 Lr. MaiirllJe 3300 am. Arr. Leilngton 3 10pm S ttii of the Daues living in Lead' J3am No. ' "Excellency in any department," journal box puiemeu lor mm. MiTMllle Warn V Iwloiig to a leliiioiis body callei; Pingrey is laboring under an hallucina- No. II u rarla20am.40jn " Leilngton 3 33 put says Johnson, "can now be attained No. 12 Mayirllle 13 "Wnnl.1 vim have iliu kfnilneKii tn lnml wii tion?" "No, I don't." ropliodFogg; tk until im ii"i, practiced hira, $4,000 V' "Would like you to invest only by the labor of a lifetimo ; it is not "ho has an hallucination, but 1 don't ! itbitii No. 1UD dally, and haa day coachia from Cinaud still hold to it in' to bo purchased at a loss price." cinnati to Washington, I'ullnitn Hleepen to Kana- iu -- .000 head of cattle," wni rma, w. ei "Thero is but ono mothod," said think ho is laboring under it. I uover Ingloo. Hloiie va. anuaturrnnipg wmirK. ix 10 1LU. U. only ttatloua on inured of sham Sydney Smith, " and that is hard lubor; know him to labor under anything." No. 2 run, daily, eiceut bitre time la glien. Accoiiiuko to Ilerr Ilichard Andrea i Danho, ,Wmi$t--b idayi haa through coacbealollun ingion. thero aro 0,130,000 Jews iu tho world. was shown when ho ouoe went to Spring- and a man who will not pay that price Jlotton Tramcrtpl, 4 runa dallr.eiceniHundiri hutnrouih coachei field, Mass., to Bjeak in the height of a for dUtinctiou had bettor at oncoded-ieut- o to Mt. Kittling ibd parlor car to Marirille. no, o s livu iu EuroKi. Avis has daily-- , hit tlrgmt diy WuhlngIr you want to appreciato tho genius rum Pullman Hlerner from coach from Falli audKanavha loo, himself to tho pursuit of the fox." The greatest proportion is in total abstinence movement, and, being 18S,817. put yourself in his parloc rare from Ltilng on lo Cincinnati, Only of Skakspcaro " three Hope. Noe. 1 and 3 run dally, eicept Hun- "Step by step," reads tho French flays. Koummia, or twico as high as iu ltus-ki- invited to tako a " a glass of water beday, and hue through coachee from lluntlagtoo Norway, he myt, contains only fore going ou the platform, paused after proverb, " one goes vety far." Dlerllng. IjIiki connection at Leilngton Tuoutantli bear witness to the positive and Mt. the first swallow, and, looking tiie comwith nine for Ulchmond.Ky.. Lawrencburi.itr.. --i thirty-fou(adVenalUee,Ky. curative powers of the Greit German A Ykbuont grave-diggmitteeman squarely in the faoc, said : mnkes barC. L. BlUOWN, O. W. BENDEIt, Sold by See advertisement. HoparlntendeaL Oen'l Pad. Tkt. Ai. s embrace an "It's good stuffl Where cm I get a gains beforehand aud discoouts regular Tub Indiana Uesaral encw, Curlcgtoa, Ky, & McAlltter, Stanford, Kj. Penny. prices 00 percent. barrel of it?" area of over 0,600 square miles. JJMLB 111- - Ui HJL. MA. .Jg mvi&mLMwmmmm 4H1TH tVAHTKli JWSHctMs 3ltrieriarnal - HitAt Hit dff. r,i' mfmmmrm mmmmmmmmmm HTANIXIIID, KY- .- i' - M 'I OPEKA HOUSE, (lll'IKII lllltH'tllHt. vis-a-v- New Life g lYayer Mrellng etry night eirepi Thuraiay mini, nunnay ncnoni ai w a. a. KT. II. I'. Mnrrlum, Hiiprrlnlendent J M. W. V. WALTON, . . Proprlotor. B"" aVtTmT. lit FourthIlarca. I'Mior. hcriKee Hundiya, morning and ormccond and nlghl, lraft Meeting erery Wednesday afternoon, flun Jiy dchool at 3.30 a. a. It. K. Barrow (Ireolstage, HxJW. F.lihl mm rfete Mi M Fern- Huperlnlendent ery Keeling capacity, Including gallery, 00. Worihlphelnecongrrgallon IIKIHTIAN. lteaionable rain to gool aiiractlnna. Addreae Prfnthlni by Hr J. W. Coi at abore. ery lord'adar onHrrond and loullh lrd'e i!Ji. flundayflchool at 1 13. Joe. Meteranre, auperlntendrnt. "Themoat Jutlly aucrefiit rnVrtff wo.ltn peil- HOlTII-ll.- T. I. 8, oaicaiinrriiure - iiviiitiuiennai Hchonl at 3.30. John W. ElllMItYTMIIAN. Union Prayer Meeting on All ifCTiioiiir,iiiiiTii etery Paelot KHe the ihlr.1 liar II. ' HrtlloD. nriihlay mninlng and m-r- THE MIDWINTER (r'llllfll'Ain. We.tnelar nlihli. cCothee-pln- CENTURY! NMable among the conlenti of thli ipeelally al- iraciire number are 1 ne opening cntpien or It d, 'A IVoiiiuii'm N(iiNiilloii!n br W. O. Ilawelli-- an n Inlrrnillnnal lory dealing with the pmbleiitol aelf.heln inmng womeo. Thellluilraieil IraturnAf the iMne Include a drecrlptlre piper on A Mew Norel I rfMMbt v jL L nl g well-know- desaatt-spoonfu- u rmrely TetiM and free Thli freper-i'i-n tie or ilnrteeroit from all d, lerr eititraiiree, and It ie ah iii rt..m t i mean kuwliofworiue i Ii not ratMeaiinr lo from the titmian e)terr themoetficit, ,e onie, Ii ant cli 4mi will lake It al rea,tlly ae tttev w I rr lame, ahirhAhould reommn,l ii l.i , eir I eke Parlntecan ariiy it w it, aareie ant eparklmg cyee nappy facea, ondroyoneiptMli w I C'lirllK, eipieei the lime onee. It Ii the mnly the grat Mi,1e to lake Put up In Dr 8. 8. Cunanl, with frontliplere portnlt engrar- - iwrtn ikiiier iuei U iin-ae teia, lenl,iliydealenaltenty Ore y of eti by Cole, and a continuation of tbe lere-normining life, "The laira," by Mn Ma centi. TrratNMlie ty C VHOItHK Manurarturen CO. ry Hillock Fnnie The unlilumelcd lealuiee of My. Jtnln tbe number Inelude a rrful eeuy n ' The Jew-li- b Problem," by Mlu l.'mmi Lanrui; a humor-ounlor- y, For le n Htintord by 1'imira McAtlrraa. "Tlie Morigige, ' by Frank It. by mocktoo, Featureior the New Noith-Heit,- " K. V. Mualley.Ac.ftc ; poemiby fieliain. Mo. dird, Jua,nln Miller, and older,, and depannienli of great Intereit. contain a tapllal penxlyon Helnburee, b; Helen Uray (.,e. a nine I'rlce, 33 rooti U will monlb'aiubwrlpllon, leglnnlng wlln thli mini Dy M a Van Item rrprolufllont nf the ding American tlihen, (aliteen pirluree) "A l tllta' Mnltli In Him Yolk," llliiatraie.1 by Ilium, llurm, louru.Jr , ami nllirn, a blgraihlcal paper onFrtderlik llluilralel alter drawlnf by llu Mturler. Mllllea Kale llreeniwir. and otbera My Adrenlurrelnunl ' by Frank II ruining, an historical paper by tlenrge W fable, nn "Ihe Creole! In Ike Ameriean Keinlii Ion," llliitlraled by Pennellj a blngnphlcalikelchof "AiucrlcHii Klclicrx," Ur,llh i ' ' .ir I'D I fl r "ifte ir lkrr, Ull iJuVEBMIFOGE, r, (Icorgo iVIIIIhiu ir 00rr, tan fnr. fnteeHle, fiajtar, tt ' n. llllire ofapen. "Tne Chilillan league el ( Hn.riUnl Complete. All dealer! lell numiere ait I tuie mu lcil'llon, ,r leoillitn, ,i tuny l iuJe iiur. i tu TIIK CW Tf It V CO., New York A lloeella noiel Fee 31 e eitid ,he three lrk nuruUre aliely biued In thta Tolume. containing firat charteraof 1 beraod IncludlLgall ul ' Claim" and that leaieliable Kerlei ree AfflictedAttention 1)K. OANN'S llEMEDlES FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTUKED BY W. K. OANN, M. P.. e, Scotch-America- ! three-quarte- MONTICELLO. IIY. The world It II I led wllh tho wonderful, Uautl-fu- l ami Intricate Inrentlona ol man, jet all the combined talent and nenlui thtt the world Deleter known hu never prudueed anything that can compare with 'Dr. tlann'e lteiBellee" Medkal ikllland aclenco hue, ai jet. In led to dleroter any thing equal to them, lor the cure of the 00 0 Curos Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, HnokinK, Spasmodic. Chronio and Whooping Coughs, Horo Throat. Soro Chost, CoDROstcd Lungs, Inflamod Lungs, Pnoumonia. tu J II KTMI!t, O II W reariNlieel, yt-e- Undnnatl 0 I which they are rnnwmeoded Ai their ilrluee and um are pralied by tbuuiaadi tbroujtb-ou- t the length and liieadth ot the lanJ, itxl 11 Rlindird Family Meillelnee, they cannot l imaretully iulalanllatel by the For Cougha, Cnl.li. Croup, llronrhttli, Ontsmp-tlo- n and all lUmueai el the fhruat and Lunga. HALL'S ATARRH Ryu U liX Louisville to Cincinnati! Uho Ilr. faniiit' C'uiikIi Srup. lar Llrtr ComJ,Iiilelyt, tnJUftlofi Jtutv Ci urrh rliin.lill IMIIftut Ulcerntiii-- i O.iiarrn of tho llaf Ilr. (aHiurM LlTor Cure. Far Itheumitlim, Neunlglt, Sentni, llrklira and Swelllngi aneiternal application fur minor beat! liOtliMVllIo St. Vho Dr. Gniui'rt Lliiiiuciit. aU rope-maker- one-four- th And m offer Ono Hundred Dollar tor nn Caen rf OntTrrh It tlll not Onen. tILLClKU AM CAH- IITnu Uhiiu'm 11 1 c Oliiluiciit. OfBoo cf A, T Bttwibt Cnictoo, HI , J uao 4. UCU. I For Freeh Cuta, Ilurna, Ulcen and Old Corn, F. J. CAcncvif fVi, TWoXo, V. Jr lira, (enflcmrn In lafonntoir. Tiki I ut plea-iur- e Umo Dr. ClHiiik'N lUllcr-Nwo- ct Catarrh Cure, ll l.ai that 1 hat 1 uuM 1 till a -to c irol rm troa very bad an I don't Ointment. aay 'hat It vul cure any raMot Catarrh U takon Ycuri trnlr, pruparlT. UHcDr.Giiiiii'MNIoiiuicli Itlltei-J. ll TTOPTII 810 A ItOTTLi:. A Itellable Tonic. Appellier and Illood Purifier, E.Mrnaar.JailuKD.):ieh., wrtue llarn had end aleo curea Djiweila. Indlgeillon, Lifer ratarrh for S) veaia. Ilili Catarrh Cure cared compiaiot. Alaiariai reien ana all periodical (tantucr It worth 3 law a ixxue, Manufartur.dand foraale by lueaa r by all Drugglata at '.i en pee bottlo. anufartureil an.1 enl.t hy T J CX1ENEY & CO. 3WT. IC. t o lYforleiora, TOLEDO, OHIO. IT A 11 orden Sole proprietor, Monllrelki, Ky. by Peony A. McAIUIer. I'vr tale In Slanf-.rby m.ll wlllrecelre piuopt attcotlon 1 For Illee, Hemorrheldi, Durm, Flitula and Imllar dlnaiee. m mum cure m gatam tiriM Tim iAiuurrj Cl Cur, ijrv or shon INTlHKALLY, and Tnrodt. OIt Ulotxl iU CTr uponthth Qiatvm. jnd It Mucosa Qurfjeca of ,o. niool Puillioi In tho WOLO, nnd In worth ALL that la charged for Itffor THAT olono. r-- ..u, hi PHYI' IMC, Ct'lUJil Chronio ana of thj Kaa.il ultj .. lfh Ir. Wunrmu W. D., u If -- THE- stir-tiv- tl INTERIOR JOURNAL 4'll!on assom-UliCs.- f'roicr lrtterh. II CINCINNATI! a etd&pl'ir' a9&tKtS9FmJ!RjWjAfLWn lwt-- l -- - ui tli - - 11 r"i'v 1 SBIP' eST733A.M- c JOB PRINTING- OFFICE Printing Is Proparod to do all kinds of in tho Best of Stylo and at City Figuros. Try us. d lain 1 1 EDWARD WILDER'S Never MU t ruru Fever aud Ague, lalermlllenl Fever, Dumb Ague, Dytpepilt, Urer Compltlnl, Indigeition, Colio ami Flua, It will Cuio CeiUieaett. It It a sale Anlidilllon AlteritireandToalc, a wild and Delightful lovlgonnt forDilicile Women, a powerful rvcupe-ruafter the frame bat Lccn debilitated and reduced by ilckuqts, an excellent sipcUu'r, kItca tone to tha dletitlve organt, revcnti Milirii, brarc up the tyitcm, itrcngthena the portal clrculatlou md cKara the uVolo aulmal fcouotnr from tho cevdtof ditcoeo. Tho illghtont attack ol fcrer way bo Rjril'ido tolhouont, and tlio remedy that would oonqutrltwhllttU la yet In 113 couuncnccrccnt, 0117 ta of do value when It U at Its full ueyeloputnt. Particularly It this tho rue with )noni around whom tho pcatlferout Influence pf Mtttrla clings n the form of Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, Pilnful Spina, and VVtik 8lopiteh. itaudt unrlTileO, and IU gcod For the Cure of all the nbovo Mwami this and iicruutncnt effVcIa are atttited by thouiiiida, and it Is recommended alike by tho ablest rolnlilry mcdlral men and the THY IT, all you that arc afflicted, and bo cunTinred of IU wonderful power and benteV ilil eficrta. s .- - lllpu llliu 11 d ,acar I ft, a. r. STOMACH BITTERS B"or coal-field- Bule In Htanfonl by reiuty Jb nioAllutvr.- H 1 1