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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883022001_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 20, 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. I "V r X.-NUM- - neekht 5km BER I'lllttnki ' tetfintf NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUMR 510. Quail-Call- STANFORD, KY., TUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1888. In n Oifffeult real. Why "Mr, I'nrker, why i it romidorod so diflicult a fenl for n man to eat two or oven one quail a day fir thirty Tho gonhl roaUiii rat cur's days?" fnco lost its beaming imilo for a moment m ho nnsworod his questioner with gravity and omphnh: "Hcoauso, sir, tho human stomach is nn intelligent mid HMisiilvo member of society. If you woro to feed it every day for t, thirty days on a pound or two of you wouldn't wonder if it roboll-cd- , would you? No. Well, quail and tho white meat ot all birds is very much liko sawdust. It's dry; it's indigestible. It lies Micro on tho stomach and of course tho stomach doesn't liko it, and when you want lo add somo moro to it tho stomach is npt to get mad nnd mako you kick. You may try to ooax that important func tionary with briber of popsin and that sort nf thing, but there is a limit to even that. So you nee why quail wont do for steady diet." Louisville Post. sow-dus- 12H. Silk ktnhifts ami Sore Tlironti, vanish when cnolroled in a silken kerohief. is ottnh Tlii IV. P. WHLTOS, - - - Alitor anil Propnttor lishod lisynnd poradventuro. Tho . - . Busiiws Manager grandmothers knew nil about this n T. It. WALTON, hundred years ago. They boliovod, I'nbl I alia! Tiiemtnu sunt h'rlilau'i too, that silk would euro nil other nnd somo thought it would 8U.BO IU3It A.NNUH. heal a broken log, "if only taken in time." Wo do not go so far as that, mrf'lMxxlMi't witl stamps In psynunt of - hut wo know that silk will absorb and esrept to mite flume, and linn of More Ihronls d- scs nominations nol peer Hirwi cents. Inijuititiift. A prototypo of tho famous Too Mulklt-tl- o bay, of Arkansaw, Uvea lioro in Duluth. Aficr returning from oliuroli style. it TnuE good is liko tho last Sunday, lio (fit in a very thought shines most when no oyca save thoso of ful nttitiiilo for a whilo ntitl limn ho Ilcnvou nro upon'it, Fuller. atkutl: V. J. ('Iitney & Co, proprietors HallV iliiln't tho preacher fiuy that "Pa, Catmli Cure, ofler $100 rewird for any ho that holiovothehall lto unveil, and case of Catarrh that can't he cured wllh ho that boliovoHi'TiotsnaU ho damn- powers. Wo will givo n euro rccipo : Hall's Catarrh Core. HM hf Penny A IHISIECIIAItiT ed?" tho throat trouble, Whon you havo McAliMer, HlMifonl, Kj. son." "Yes, my givo a nioe, olcnn silk handkerchief to Tlionx.inds nro hehiR cured of Catarrh "Wmn'tlt swearing fur i'm to gay your sweetheart, with n request to tie every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that Wishes lo Inform bis Patrons of Ulanloidand vicinity thai he lias receltot SO?" it nround your neck. If you aro not the doctors hid Riven up and raid could "Oh, nol" not be cured. 75 centa a bottle. Sold by A Splendid ourod, or chokod by londor hands, wo Goods, and Stock of it?" ",Why wan't Penny & McAli'ter, 8tnnfml, Ky. have mode n mistake. Tho moro ex s "Hecaueo tlio word used in thatoon-nectiostyle. Satisfaction guarWhich he guarantees to mako up in first-clastensive the kcrehicf the surer thocuro, is nut to bo rogaidcd m pro anteed, or no dale. Cutting; and Repairing neatly and promptly done. liMMUsa your pet takoi so long to RICHMOND fane." the quality nud get it just right, eay that you would he "Iff was to wont hurt. Try it and go homo damned if you didn't hcliovo, would so it k cured. Wo exptct silk handkerchiefs I) tMi, X lO'VJUL H that ho wcariugl" when this matter in n "Not nC all hut don't ask so many will advance prico I lime rwcnlly oroml In Klclnnnnd a ltrge nd Dry Goods Bulletin. toinplrtft I lining Mill, ml urn prepared to furnlili is understood. questions." erery kind of Tho exhibition of fat men nnd wo"Would it ho aweariu' if I'd ray D men was formally opened nt Bunnell's damn you if you don't" BUILDERS' MATERIAL! "There, thero my son; you aro car- Museum, Now York, by a display of Having bought out S. H. Itauglmian, ivc will keep INCLVDtKO rying It too far. Bo quiet now, for fat and blubber that would put a sperm 011 hand a nice lot of Horses and Duggics, which we , Woullici-lionrilliigFlooring, whato to blush. Tho platform shook, heaven's Bake." will let rcasonnblo rates. Will also hoard Horses DoorH, SuhIi, IIUikIh, I.iWhs, by the day or week. "Will ma bo damned if alio don't shivered nud swayed under an amount We are also in believe?'' of plumpness estimated by tho hay Nliilr-NuiiiglCH. MnilltliiiKH, ti-ie-; "Certainly." scales nt 1,037 pounds. Thoso l,C!17 HUJH, cV. pounds of quivering fat were unevenly "And mo too?" And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a Aa t mU it nrlfr mcli ai the ftboTO Articles Cin bo distributed among Ion persons thrco "Orconno." Iu LauliTlllo, ClnclnnaU, or otlirr whole liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. lauebt There was women and seven men. sale bouws, I am mre 1 can mats u 10 joui "And thodog too?" I au to i.atroulm home Institutions. BTANPOltD. also a practical "Ohl fur goodness, sako I1111I1I Yon Minnio Porter, from Camden, Ind., Respectfully, A. Kentucky. who was 5 feel 8 inches in bight, 2.1 drivo mo craay." "Soy, pi, would Juok, tho crazy ymrs old nnd whoso trail anatomy And am prepared Ui furnish designs and estimates tipped the brim nt .r)50 pounds or nt man ba damned it ho didn't boliovo?" fur l.uil.llURinn.l sll kinds of scroll work. That I am doing no sinsll business, can be judg-t- d "Yes! Ye! Yc.1 VeeJ Yos! Now least it did last spring sho said and Irom tbafiict that 1117 bank acrouut runs from I MX) to 32.000 per week f liuth." she didn't look na if sho had lost any UiulractlDg and building done promptly and at IItIdiz prices Addreu "Then ho'd ha like Oicnr Wilde, UmIi, Alongside of her sat Amelia C. H. hTAFPOIW. hesitation the young man consented. Landrunu I feet Hill, of Brooklyn, 13 years old, wouldn't he?" He was afterwards heard to say, howHAYS OF CHAULKSIAaXU. ZW TIIK 7 i Holies in bight; 302 pounds of solid "No, ho wouldn't." ever, that ho bad a groat many cousTho rudeness of tho conquering mccs fat hung in graceful folds about her ins whom ho bad never met ami that "Yes ho would!" regarding nienls is ehowu by tho manner B "Ho would not, nod now if you do slender frame. Jessie Franklin, of he would not bo positive that every in which tho table of Chaiicmugno was you." Now Uochcllc, was tho other fat wo. not dry up I'll thrash other girl iu Northumberland county served. Tho Emperor dined at midday ?6ttV man. Sho is 17 years old and G. feet was not 'Hut ho would, pa." STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Philadel- alone. Tho Dukes nnd Princes waited a near relative. 0 inches. Her obesity was roughly "How would he?" on him nnd dined nt tho samo tablo when ' phia Tunes. It embraces Staple anil Fancy Groccrlcn, Patent and Family ho had done Thoy wcro succeeded by ".Why, didn't I hear you say that estimatoil at 130 pounds. Her flesh Tho false story told by a Denver tho Counts nnd high functionaries, who Flour, Meal, Ilucoii anil I.artl, Tobacco and Cigars, Wooddamned idiot, and was w abundant that it rolled about Oicar Wilde was a Itoy, of having been robbed of a large wcro waited on and replaced by tho en, Willow and Tinware, OIiihh and Quccnavrarc. Canned was lo bo"' tho billows ot a storm-tost- ed her liko if crazy Jack was military suites, and so on through sovcr-a- l Goods of nil Iliads a Hpeclall Itcmcmber (lie place, "The Hut before hu could onncludo tho sen and threatened at every moment nmount of his employer's money, gradations down to tho lowest class of subjected to the closest Corner Slorc." sentence a concussion rcmoto from his to break off. without developing tho slightest domestics, whoso turn seldom arrived talking machino claimed his immediDid you over wonder what tho word contradiction, nnd would havo been beforo midnight. At tho samo timo Duluth (Minn.) Trib curfew meant? Its origiu is this: When ate uttontron. Cbarlcmagno enconragod tho production believed, though iu itself improbable, iwo. of fruit and flowers, as adding to tho enWilliam I. oonquored England ho on- ifattho last momeut a written copy joyment of tho people, and was pleased Cox was sentenced to a month's acted a law in imitation of a French of it, down to tho minutest details, when nny special delicacy was presented eelt-iu- g at Rutland, Vt., for and Spanish custom that every poor had tho person should put out his fire and go had not accidentally been found iu his to him. Tho Gcnovesso trout nro honalcoholic beverages, hut DEALEHS IN desk. He theu confessed that he had orably mentioned in tho capitularies, nllcruativo of tiaying a Cuo instead nt to bed at dusk, when ho heard a bell stolen tho cash, after composing tho and it will bo remembered that one of any timo within 21 hours. Ho rcluo-o- rung for tho purpose, which was call-oi- l thoso trout, supplied to Oambaccres by tale and studying it fur six months. InraltJs, brokrn ilown In lirallli anil lIr-it- a to pay for his liberty until ho found corcouvrc-fc- u, tho municipality of Qonova, was charged in Normnn-Fron- ch by (hronlc ill spvpsla, or aiinirlng Irom lollus accounts. Tho first the trrnula rtlmiistiuu llmt Kstimouy tlio part with rupted by tho Saxons intocuifow, nnd thai as a prisoner, ho must Au extremely aflectionato husbind 300 francs in their of attacks or ucnli' ilUtasr, the raised as by Mho which reached to his waist means "cover up the fire.'" In a lew and wife, at Larraboe, Ga,, do not to transgress tho sumptuary laws of thousands from Into his beard, n slmll.ir slate or prosa miracle (lio was tration by Ilostcttrr'a Btomicli Hitlers, and had been 25 years growing. Tho ccuturies tho law ceased to boenforced, mean to bo separated iu death. They Charlemagno were his wives cuaruntre that by the same ninu times married) and his daughters, Is a sure too, in.iy be strcngllieucd and means jou, Warden said it was then loo lato and but tho habit of ringing tho bell con- luvo had a coflin ruado wido enough who figured at court fcstivnls and in tho ordered tho barber to do his duty. tinued, and in some parts of England for two, nnd a grave dug to hold it. hunting ftohl with purple robes or sables N For sate by all Drucgists und Dealers generally. Cox was hold fast and his face rough- and America is still continued. Sun Thoir plan is that whon one diet the nud coronets set with precious stones. TlioussndsorcrsTes are ly shaved without using any lather or Visitor. other shall immediately commit sui annually robbed of their Vn havo heard of many shrowd ad Tlellms, Uf es prolonged, first clipping oil tho whiskers with tho ciile so that tho bodies may bo buried lispplncssand health reold'collegechume met at AusTwo vertismg iiougea on 1110 part 01 mauugera Hames, stored by uto ofthe Rrcat cold and nearly Ho caught scissors. at tho sauie timo, whilo thoir souls niiii agents, but tho following corrals tho Texas, after a separation of fivo I of this treatment tin, died in cunstquenco simultaneously enter eternity. Bweetetiod dough : Davo Thomas, 0110 GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R am a reporter on tho Tilt' Which iosltliclr and peruiauently eures Iiiijio-teneSalt, Llmo, Comont, Field Soods, Plows and Farming Ho sued for damagos, and two trials years. "I 'llt-IK- l Uarnuiu'a agents, succeeded iu effect- (caused by excesses ol any kind,) graph," said one. Tho other replied: Lnugsdale, postmaster at Urccncas- - of frriiftiiraiaf. and all dlsea-e- s that follow a Iniplomouts . Call and soo tlio genuine Hamilton Plow . have resulted in verdicts of heavy iiiK au adjournment of tho Now Homp- - suenceoftiIf-Abu- , as loss cf energy, Icssol the bsck. against tho Warden; but "Como to my hotel in tho morniug tlo, bid., and also mi editor, U an able sluro Legislature during a visit of the meinoiy, uolTersal Isultude, paiu In and laaoy amounts dimness of flslou, tragedy to man. He keeps etauding at toe head show nt tho capital iu rather a daring other dlscates Ihst premature old age, and a prenud you'll get a first-ra- to lead to con.uioptlon each timo thero was au informality, lth testi for elreulsrs writo up. You will know so much of his columuj; "C. A. Arthur for maimer. lie Got a reporter of 0110 of mature grave. UCeondsue s.s s monials iree itj msii. juunai s and a third jury will hear tho ciuo. per box, or six Iwxes lor 15, by all sold at about tho chief nctor that you will ho President; 1881."' When any one the duilios to writo out a scriod of reso- druggists, SI will be sent free by mall, securely or Eighteen hundred visitors rogister-odntth- o nblo to make interesting reudingof it." files an application to ho appointed lutions relating to tho death of some sealed, on receipt if price, by eddretatug V. J. lllsAt.i Jucksou-villvarious hotels at 113 Adamsslreel,TcIedo,Ohlo. Tho reporter kept tho appointment, postmaster in hisstoad, bo quickly prominent tcrHOU, anil, hauding them Hole agent fur the United btates. jr) u, uum-bs- r lo ouo of tho legislators, tho latter F)a., last wook, whilst though regarding tho promito of ti do mails tho President a marked copy of adjourn out moved that tho Legislature of othors gocurod accommodations mand upon his professional services his paper and remains solid. of respect to his memory. Thoy wero at tho boarding housos. They wcro as a joke; but ho found his old acquaint-auc- o EST had Alaino, not long since, a man rend, adopted and an adjourumeut In imstly from tho Kutcrn States and dead by suicide. beforo tlio wise riiou of tlio body discovSTANFOUD. KY- .BAFi! AND DURABLE I soid his wife for $15. A fow days af Now York City, though thero was a individual referred to had , "This is n uico timo of night foryou ter, a Now .Tersoy wife brought 25, ered that tho In facl. there Is no Knglue that oiua's It for 1'rlco, Blmplkllj-- Durabllltr and tellable Work. It Is Hprmkling from tho Wost. considerable been dend over threo months. The W. P. WALTON, - Propriotor. Just Till! KNUlNl.lo llre to bo coming in," said n mother to her and later, a man iu North Carolina legislators went to tho circus, all tho Tho crowd at somo ot the larger ho-tdaughter who returned from n walk at got 8500 for a fair article If wives same, howuver, and took tlio wholo city sets ol Ixou- would compare with a hotel crowd bite of Stage, 28x50. lMgbt erv isealluir caitsciir. luciuumx Kauerjt vv. 10 o'clock. "When I was liko you," koep on going up in prico at that rato, with them. Iddn lleasouahle rales to good auracuous. at Saratoga or Npwport. A JacksonCORN SHELLERS, PRINTING PRESSES as abort. continued sho, "my mother would not poor men will havo to stop buying SSSlaBBBBBBBBBBlBnl ville lettor says: "Tho Yankees aro 1 This Southern Hallway Oaxettc, which allow me out Inter than 7 o'clock." and go to marryiug Iroiu the produo crowdiug in, buying nud plauting orhas beeu lookiug into tho matter, disin. nuitDiyrr, KlevntorH, Wood Nuwn, "Oh! you had a uico sort of a moth ors. covers that tho South is better provided ange grovoi ovory where, whilo tho tintho girl. "1 had, you er," murmured 'Undo John," said little Emily, with water power than uuy other section ATTOR N EY AT LAW, tivos aro picking whortleberries una youug jade, n nicer mother than you "do you know that a baby that was uf tho country. This is peculiarly so ol Mt. Vornon, Ky. playing with pirrnti." ol over liiul," said the mother. fed on olcphmit's milk gained twenty tho Atlantic slope, tho four Btutos Lumbar is now being mauufautured taBSPpSliLEk TkW Way "Nouseuse! Virginia, North Carolina, South Curolins Will practice hla professloo lu Uocacaxtle au4 week?" Indianapolis has bwu lor years con- poiiuds in one r equiv. uiciuing counties sou iu mw ... w. and Georgia having from straw, tho Btumhird size being !2 Impossible!" exclaimed Unclo Johu, gpll attention glreu to collections. lent to 11.000,000 horso power, fom X.nt lies, !'(;. inches in width, 12 feot in length ami sidered tho graatoit railroad centro in and then ho asked, "Whoso baby was times that of all tho steam engiuesiu the the thickuou tho snmo ai tho average tho West, becauso twtdvo railroads it?" "Tho elephant's," said tho little a proecut world. Tho Ytulkiu river of North of surfaced boards. Oue ton of any run direct into it. But at the tilono has forco sulllcicut to turu (llmo Des Moines has oleveu main girl. Call at 'l'liu Interior Journal OlIU-- ami hcuoiim ul'tlto Ui'Hlrablu kind ofjjlraw will yiold 1,000 feet of Tho Chinaman payn his debts at tho 12,000,000 spiudles. Loss oi' IJiiKiiiCH Iu uiierHtlou. KtMuviubvr every KiikIuu roads centering tluro, uud two others boiiriu tlint may bo handled iu ordinaAmeriCloth Ivound IUhIc of Mlmlcsomo An Iihm our (guarantee. ICeail It : beginning of his New Ytoir. ani- Advlcn tn Viiuiik Mici. by n Keuulur riiyskjau. bo produc- that, for want of accommodations, run ry ones. Tho lumber cau Tunno nro 35,018,301 domestio We asjr to all purchaMrs Ihsl we guarantee our lluokwaller Engines to be well and suUtanllalls -cans wait for another New Year. Very disthe full power ttU5S'VXir1Uumade, lubo safe, simple, durable sud couiplsls In eonstructlou, to work veil aud cl ed ami sold in competition with wido in oil leased linos, unking thirteen mals in tho United States, 23,001,000 in SENT FREE We uske the sUiis gusrauteo, and sell vu the follow, tlaluied when proiwrly sttaihed aud iuauae THE HIAITK JOURNAL, MILWAUKEE, WIS. little culture however is to bo expect-o13,387,-80conditions, sis will gtre the purchaMrthe UrstSildsjrs after the snlrslof the Lnglueto gle It lug ltusnirt, 15,770,702 iu Germany, the price of tinct companies. walnut at about ouo-lm- lf a tslrsudsatlttstUirx trial, lu tw the Engine falls lucoiue up to our guarantee, we will take bstk the from tho heathen. . in tho Argentina ltopublio, 12,027, Kngtne, relucd ererr dollar revelled on the Koglne, prgrlded the purchaser raturus the Lnglue tit bis tho latter. Established 1840. Tho plantation philosopher of the . uearesi rsllroaj statlou, aud leases It sublets to our order br the close ol said SO days' trial. , is KP5 in Austro Hungary, 11,351,220 in TIIS tSLSSUlISU Dolim, the Uerman humorist, leitiiuly uoiuaucoulda k forauiore liberal oiler aud coutraet. "BRADFORD" In Lyous, France, tho oold bath jlTKdnsaw xravmcr uyiiicuuy ieiunio dead. Di'ttth may never take a joke, Prnnoo, nud a total in ttio six couutrie LOOK AT OUR PRICES: PORTABLE MILL. misemethod of troatiug typhoid fever has that "somo folks 'tributes all do Tower Kuglue and Duller.. mIJIOM comi.wHUiJtiiii, hut ho dooui't hesijuto to take a joker. of Ift7.fi83.621. Power tugioe and Uolferu IIUIH HILLBitUISSUir. oh dis earth to whisky liconso, been adopted with marked success. In ry of oU.HorsM Power ulue and Holler UMU I 64 S4 SiMcrf U. CUss Jesse .. 410 W sU.llorse 1'owcr Edglus and UolUr... An English woman did uot dio till Thoso Jaiies was a viHcro graduate. iu Addrvss plsiuly tho civil hospitals tho doath rate was but lem me toll ycr what's a fack; Uelltered on cars at Surlugutdd. Ohio. who havo sea illeno sttiduuls TH0S6RAOFORO1CO. BBBBskT? tK and deacrlptlfe pamphlet, addreu the uanufacturert, Kor further laforuiatlou Ill, lit, IIS H S..4SL, reduced from 20 to 0 per cent., and marriago licouso coinos in tur a big sho had sowed ou buttons for nine traveling homu about 12 p. in. will bo- J:PPWgjspP l'lllMlll.O. 93 tf JAMES MiriKI, Ot CO., SprlHuHeltl.tlHlo. I husbands. in private practice to 1 or 2 per cent. sharo oh tie 'spousibillty." 10QU,JSOI,(UH j'wt. glow-worono-hnlf - itnro electricity as n Liydon jar. It tonus nn essential for tho electricity oylinder, and, rubbed with quicksil vor, has a mysterious power that im parts forco to its retention. Tho curative furoe of silk is duo to its clcc trieity mid tho modioli faculty recommended silken hoso nnd shirts for a thousand diseases. As wo nco not a professional, wo only lake- silk by tho throat, nud wo know its wonderful ox-nm- ino A roortcr of tho Stnr recently visited n factory in this city where filso teeth nromndo by tho million. In tlio process of manufacture the Mlex nnd feldspar in thoir crude ntftlo aro submitted lo n red hent nnd then Middcnly thrown into cold wnlcr, thooflert living lo render thorn moro cosily pulverized. Having been ground very lino in water-nntho water cvnorntod, tho two materials mentioned aro dried nud Bitted. Tho knolin is Thoso washed froo from impurities. mnturials, with feldspar, sjKMigo, plntina and flux in projwr proportion for tho cnnmcl, aro mixed with water and worked into masses resembling pntly. This done, tho unlinked porcolnin manses aro ready for tho molding room. The molds nro in two pieces and aro mndo of brass, of tho teeth or ncctloiiH being on Cither side, Tho coloring materials nro first placed iu tlio exact position nnd quantity required, ami tho body of tho tooth and the (rum is inserted in lumps corresponding to tho sizo of tlio teeth. Tho molds nro then closed nnd they nro dried by a slow bent. When perfectly dry thoy nro taken nnt nnd tout lo tho trimmer's room. Tho trimmers rcmovo Or. Fashioned BuckwuiiatCakus imperfections nnd send them in trays ot Put somo lukowarm water in tho fireclay to tho furnnco, where, having batter pall, add salt, handful of meal, remained for twenty minutes, they nro W'tlminyton Slur. buckwheat flour enough to mako n complete. bitter of tho desired thicknosv then Tin: Nrr.VTBii or tiik ricitsiiviui atr.nn. add yeast lo rum iu Ba suro to mako tho batter thick onough, for it enn ea I remember lo hnvo lccn btnnding on sily be thinned, whon wanted to bake, n knoll in front of my headquarters on n to tho firo of with a liltlo milk, which will mako the bcnutifnl night listening liatterica, Tlio moon was out in nil its cakes more tender and of a beautiful splendor, nud tho flashes that glenmed brown. Stir up tho batter at night; from tho mouths of a hundred guns lot it riso until morning, nnd bake; could bo seen for miles to tho right and tho next night mid moro lukewarm loft. Standing upon an adjacent hill to water, salt, and sufficient flour to my right a tail llguro was seen clothed thicken as before. If tho cakes should iu white. It seemed to bo that of a little smin man at least seven feet high, but tho bs slightly sour, dissolve-uniform was not that of a soldier. In in somo warm water, just before baktones never to bo forgotten nud that is well to uso tho ing, and add. It echoed from hill lo valley nnd from vallutter all up once in two weeks, or ley lo hill, tlio words "Ceaso firing" thereabouts, and start again. woro beard from his unearthly-lookin- g figure, as though ho was commanding A Bninc's Dkm ind. This is an tho world nnd giving tho order, " By A young bride in ago of progress. kingdoms, right wheel." Summoning up Milton n few days ago insisted that nil tho courage nt my command, I hailed tho ministor should insert in tho mar- him with tho inquiry, " Who on earth riago vows a clause forbidding the nro you?" The prompt nud emphatic, husband to kisi any. woman but his response was : "lam Qeu. llurbridgo's Qen. wife ami near relatives. After some orderly in my night shirt," iioir I'M.si: Ti'.r.rit ,nr. mair. nvsximt or thk.itiuih. ii on record in Germany Hint in tho past 2?i yenrs new fewer than 62.1 theaters hao lieen burned down in vnrioin parts of the world. This is nn average of nearly two iwr year. During tho past cuntury thoro was a largo 11 M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House Block, 1'HllltM, OllH, in tho crcentflgo over tho preceding timo. For tho hundred years tho total number was 1C0, or moro than s of tho total for tho 272 years. For tho period included between 1771 and 1828 tho avcrngo wot thirteen per JlrtiRM, C'livinicalH, annum. four-fifth- Stanford, Ky., Wincx, Cuilfcry, Switzerland no child who cannot J.HIllp.M, JHaclilue Perfumery, Fire present a certificate of vaccination Is XecilIcH. n public or privato permitted to attend Our Jcwclrr. Sllrcrwnro anil intlc.il floods Department Is In Clmrito of Col. school. Thos. HIclinrilH, who will Itciialr Matches nml Clocks Promptly nnd In the bcxt In TolmceoH, Wall I'aficr. JtooliM, Stationery, Noun. Liquor, Cigar, AIiiMciil IiiMtriiiiienlw, Pocket Arm, H. G. RUPLEY, VAIIiOK, Fall Winter Stanford, Kentucky, PLANING MILLS! Sk'smi.!, Ttf'&ikiiT ACAM SITIAIBIXtflKI! Jk-lsTD- ia:A.ie3srEss shop. at coal rr:BLi:9 T. w UNTEE.I.Ey, ARCHITECT, Hi Ci a0$TiT St. Asaph Blocli, Stanford. j. GKOOEli, BRIGHTi d 6 ITTEBS A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Wiliowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, day-Sch- ROBBED u, .'-I- OPEBA HOTJSB BLOCK, e, 191-- 1 THE lOHTABIii: EiVGIKE. BOOKWALTER OPERA HOUSE, SOME 3,000 -come-'ete ACTUAL USE. ols nai Cotton Gins, Corn Mills, Feed Mills, Presses, water-powe- ..,'i-w-- Car-oliu- Nervous Exhaustion, Premature Desay, Memory. Creameries, d 1 0 Y wm HKS The election shall be held In the usual is nothing that builds up a small town sentenced lo 18 years KnViKfrlNd tho results of the great i Stmi-lftlif- e "Tho In the penitentiary by the circuit court at rotlng places of the rarlous precincts, by more rapidly thsn llhnllftcturlng and flood', tho Louisville Pott says: the person named below; the vole shall bt mechanical industries. Lexington, for killing his wife. flooded districts will, of course, bofer-til- e Retween one hundred and one hundred rtm roce, lobe taken between the hours of fur disease. Tho low ground that and twenty (We Ion of mall matter Worthy of Praist. pM 8 A. M. and Or M, and none but those who At a rait wo do not recommend Patent Medl voted the democratlo ticket at the last gen-etIn order Intel control of Ihohett and most ropulsr lino ol Aiileultnral Implements so J riestuto dally. Tuesday Morning, February 20, 1883 is flooded can not bo drained in many through the Chicago lelnee, but when we know of ono that really It a ta obtain loenat sncli election will be) allowed to role,exrept puMIe lienefaetcr, and does positively cure, then Vthlclrt, tndolsolnonlst frcltht, loniotopurchsm In hranrhquantum at tnJ (tern tho Itrtnt The lobhtMt hate grown no powerful parti of tho city, and tho water must I hove rslalillihed and loweit rale of Wort Knoma ol Huitonvlllo, Uncnitcrand Itl.lnnon.l. and under this arrangement, wo frel sure wo fan otter the farmers EDITOR ,K ?'t ,0 ovaporalo Irom the stagnant and impudent that Senator Edmund haa they were prevented by absence or sickness waeonttderll our July to Import that Informa W. P. WALTON, Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. and are known by the Judges lo be good tion In til, KlrtlrleMlteit are truly a moat vil and filthy pools. All tho houses that offered a bill looking to their expulsion. li t Is medicine, and will surely cure, nillomnrw. I keep on hsndaat all timet at mr ooveral Wsro Roomt tlanrt stork of Two large Iron firm failed Saturday democrat. and Ague, Stomach, Liver ami Kidney will bo unfit for hablever aro left standing John V AyrcV Sons, Chicago, and the Pox When the poll are closed and the count Complaints, even wheo all other rmdleo Ml. A "Hucscnmnii" writes lo ask if itation for months, yet tho pcoplo will Hirer Iron Company, (liecnibury, Wk made, the officer of the rarlous roting Watnow wlierrorwe spesk, and em freely rewo wcro not loud In prniso of Dr. Mrs, fangtry gate a benefit performphces shall certify the number of rotes commend Ihem to all -- Ktehtnge Sold at fifty Wo move into them as soon as tho water Ulflckbum l)cforo his election. is off tho floors. A malarial epidemic ance for the relief of the flood sufferers at that each cindidato received, and forward cents a bottle, by IYonr A MrAlliler. wcro not as to his nunlificntions for seems almost certain. If it can be Cincinnati, which netttd a large amount. a statement by Monday, April 2d, if possiLAMCA.TKK AnURTISKBKST. Governor, but on tho contrary qu'tlo A Cincinnati paper sats tt will take ble, to the Chairman of the Committee, confined to the districts that aro floodtlio reverie, and if "Subscriber's" $000,000 to prercnt distress by the flood who shall, In the presence of the Secretary ed, the city will bo fortunate; but auffercri of that city and but $111,125 haa recollection was as long as his cars, ho or any other of the Committee who care lo Micro are grounds for serious fears that been raised. be present, open such returns, and, after as could lear us out in tho assertion. Our Dills hare been Introduced In Congress certaining which of the candidates has it may become general." files do at any rnto. When tho Dr. appropriating $600,000 for tho relief of the received the highest number tin riawor- risked his life for tho srtko of tho yelThe Covington Oommomccallh speaks sufferers by the floods of the Ohio and Mis- declare him nominee of the party.of rotes, dc low fever sufferers, wo wcro then loud thus roughly of our much respected sissippi rivers. The following gentlemen are appointed laving by mutual One of the sad incidents of tho flood at to hold said primary election; At Crab dlvldedtbelretorkof agreementthoitlimnlveit, and in his praiso because we imagined it State Central Committco : "The Demgxxalt, undersigned hat to the of J on tho disinterested act of n philanthro- ocrats of Kentucky havo tho most un Aurora, Ind., waathe funeral of a young Orchard, John Buchanan, J, U.Moore and moved tldoof old standt'liiare. (I HoSweeney,t storkthe North , otters Public of Clothing-lints, Brio, ,nd actsconvinced scrupulous Stato Committee ot which lady, when the mourning friend followed Otis Newland; Walnut Flat, Tim W. Hig-gi- duced prices, in order jlet,clow Cape at greatly repist, but bis subsequent to out tho the body In boat. Stanlord, stock t nd supply his atoro with a lull stock divided T.ft Coffey, J. II. Tucker; ol us that ho was actuated by ulterior history gives any accouut. The ma The American contribution for the Judge John M. Philips, Tho. Richards, Spring Clothing, Boots, Shoei, Hati, motives, which were far Irom being jority of tho members aro small par relief of the German sufferers that hare J. II Lynn; Tiirnerarllle, J. I). Swope, Jno. Capi And Gents' Furnishing Ooodi. philanthropic. In iact it camo out so tisans, who consider it their pnvilego been received by tho President of the Bailey, B. G. (lover; Hustonrllle, F. M. Thankful to tho public put favors, ho enllelte plain as to lcavo no room for doubt, to mnko use of tho position to ad- Reichstag amount to $100,000. Yowell, Smith Powell, Andy Cowan; High- their future patronage for (lellagrier nod John H. C Senator Ferry' chances for re election land, John Young, George Bastln, Green Hopper remain with tho underatgned. that the Dr.'a "disinterestedness" was vance tho interests of ono ot tho can- Unraster, Keh 17. W, . NWi'.KNKi. HiikrIch, CarrliiRCfi.NiirliiKfVnKonsl'HriiilVaKnHa, LotrWageHa, for the purpoeo of giving him a boom for Governor by detracting from the are weakening. He received but eleren Walls; Warnesburg, Frank Howard, Ben rotes Saturday. Jar Hubbell confesses to Warner, J. L Bill. for Governor, which he worked for claims and merits of other candid- hare spent $700 to defeat him. In the absence of one of the persons namnil it was worth. We were never of ates. Tho conduct of a member of Of the 7.10 murders recorded for the ed the other two at a precinct can fill the thoso who believed that a yellow fever tho Committee in actively electioneer- country last year, 212 were committed in vacancy, and in case none of them are pre doctor would necessarily make a good ing against Col. Jones, has drawn out the Southern States and 131 were commit- ent. the County Committeeman for that C jBwJtPB 1 LV tr I avJr? fsarfBVHIftiwBB tteoosvohrl'1tf tfsL Governor and thoreforo before tho tho animadversions of Beverat Demo ted in the State of New York alone. precinct shall appoint a new set of officers The Department of Agriculture est!- The vote of the two Stanford precincts Convention which nominated Black- cratic newspapers." mate the cotton crop of 1882 at 0,800,000 will be taken together at the Court House, advocated Judgo Lindsay nsthe burn, Iiik trial of Uralt is progressing bales. About seventeen per cent, of the the other precints will be held as at the reg proper man to succeed Gov. McCrea-ry- . without incident, savo that an anony crop remains in the producers' hands, W. G. AVklcii, Chm. uUr election, Tho Doctor made ono speech in mous The House Gxed the salary of the W P. AYalto.v, Sec. letter Irom a crank, warning Clerk of the Supreme Court at $0,000. Stanford, however, that wo applaud- the Marshal of the town to rcinovo at An Additional Call on T. A. EH in. ed, especially that portion in which ouco all women and children to places Hitherto his fee hare been princely In Comlit n (l We the unucrsicned having noticed a their munificence, amounting lo $50,000. he characterized as "hucksters" thoso of safety, created so mo alarm among call on you In become a candidate for Stats Fire of the prisoners arrested at AlexCalifornia AiirloolK, alleged democrats who rcfuso to voto the soldiers and caused them to spend andria, Egypt, for the murder of Prof. Senator, and feeling that we also should be for a nominco unless he happens to a sleepless night waiting for tho arri Palmer hare been sentenced to death and heard, and seeing that you are not deter Green Ghko IMiuiih, Railroad Carls, Keepers, Mowers, Hay lUkee, Oralo Drills, Rroadcail Keedera, gulkey Herrowe. f ulkey 1)0 their clioico in tho first placo and tho others lo from three to fifteen years Im mined; would uigently solicit you to be riewa,WalklDgand IUdlog Cultivators, Corn Krilla, Corn l'lanlers, IVed Cutters. Cora Shtlltrt, Farm-er- a' (Mar TomatocH, fiOO an val of the supposed mob of Dollers, and many other limn. come a candidate, pledging to you our prisonment. who always deserted their colon, gry citizens, iiut they tliun t come, Yarmouth Corn, The army should bo reduced to ten hearty support when they should be found in solid nor will they come. A fourth of the thousand men. West Point should he Joseph Simpson, J.P.Stndifer, KciimcU'm phalanx fighting the enemy. "Are number of soldiers could easily proW. B. Mason, abolished, and in time of peace, army offi J.T. Paterson, asks "Subyou not a moralist ?" again W. Burnside, RobU R. West, cers should be promoted from the ranks. Pino AppIcH, tect tho miserable prisoners. scriber." We again answer in the W. O. Sweeney, W.O Rtgney, N.Y. 8un. .String Henna1, The floods aro subsiding and the R. Boyle, negative, especially if ho means "ono The State Democratic Committee of J. A. Burnside, Ohio is falling at Cincinnati nt the Virginia, after an all day session, hare de Oj Nlcra, Ac. J. Doty. J.J.Walker, who prides himself or reliefe solely rato of ono inch per hour and at 3 A. cided to call a convention at Lynchburg on upon his external rectitudo or vir July the 25 for reorganization of the party tues." Wo try to be a moral man ii, yesterday marked 59 feet 8 inches. In that State. and endeavor to inculcate in to the At Louisvillo at the same timo it was Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars The Arkansas Legislature has pawed a 41 feet 10 inches and falling. The DEPARTMENT. minds of our readers that excellent bill prohibiting the sale of liquor within t ijpW and Coffees in abundance, and I am also prepared to furnish prlcvt and eeUmatee of all kinds of F.nglnea, Maw Mllli, Thrashing Mavirtue, but at the same time wo trust damage has been millions of dollar? three miles of any church or school-housKOllT. chines, Hay rreaeee, 8trtir Stackers, Wind Mil a, llorae Powers, ami various other kinds olnachltsry. Prices extremely Low, at the wo aro possessed of sorao of that but tho worst is over. Thero is great upon a petition of the adult Inhabitants of LANCASTER. charity which vaunteth not itself at suffering among the poor along the the neighborhood. Parties In want of any goods In my lino will Jay Gould subscribed $1,000 for the The Citizens National Bank will be tho expense of others. To the last river and relief is earnestly asked for, "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," loon nothing by teeing mt belor purtheilng relief of sufferers in tho Ohio ralley. J. AY. ready to go to work by next Monday, question, "Do you not think it is best to which the peoplo all over tho coun- Garrett $2,000, George AY. Childs, of County Court day. I.AKCASTKR, KV. for the country to elect men to office try are responding in a liberal manner. Mr. H. A. B. Marksbury has sold this $1,000, and Drexell Morgan & Co., New York, $5,000. Skunk skin, a clear record of who can establish year about $700 worth of Law of Dela of The "Whipping-Po- st The fact that 300 persons lost their and he says that It hasn't been a good year sobriety?" wo very sincerely reply ware provides that when a murderer Iroprlctoit- in the affirmative, and we will not, if is sent to the penitentiary for life he lires and more than 1,000 were wounded fur Skunks either. in the coal mines of Pennsylvania last year, The few warm days last week mads the wo know it, advocate any man for po- shall receive on entering the institu- is causing the Legislature of that State to grass and small grain shoot up a little. I sition who drinks to excess, though tion 39 lashes well laid on his naked take steps to protect the lives of the miners. With a favorable spring we will probably TOUtf, tw ll some men who drink are better quali back. It is a good law and has work'Kalimiioorprlog Tlri Harrow An electrotype plate for printing Con- have an average wheat crop. will toll or oxchann inr Farm In Teiaa br fied than others, who like the "Sub- ed bo well that the Legislature last federate Mr. James Hemphill is having the postage stamps was found lands In flarrard. Madlion. Lincoln or HovIo coun I alao handle Oraln and peeJiol all kloJi alw in which be has been doing bu ties. Thlt firm li altuated In Tarrant rountr. scriber" pride themselves, no doubt on week refused to repeal it. Tho aver- at Atlanta Saturday, and a number of im store-rooTexas, about 12 or It rulleo South M the city SSsfcsHsKaKWa-- ' And now may age murderer would as lief be hung pressions printed as relict. One thousand siness remodelled, lie win open up wun rortwortn and about tame ditlanca North of Hay and Wool. of their abstemious habits. dollars was offered the finder for his treas- a new stock of goods in a short time. tneClty ol Cleburne, InJobnton county. Contains iMoIlnoSulkty Plow wo ask you just ono question ? Who and be done with it. 3XO Acre ol Coo land, all und.fr fence, with a ure. A squad of 21 convicts passed down cood burn upon Hand mod water on nlara. It li The building of cqirt-houstho devil aro you, and why did you farming land and Itmprrhlllv wll on Friday morning's train en route for located for raising cattle, belnf on a high plateau The House Appropriation Commit- at Lexington has been the new AV. e let to E. Bush, Koundstone, where they will be worked on between two never Mlllnc atreama of water. It la not sign your name to your interrog- tee havo found that the cost to the about one mlla Kant of the aurveved rout of tho of that city, for $90,000 and the work of atories like a man ? A 1VIM.IAMN, the K. C. R. R. extension. They seemed Fort Worth It oOraodoU. It., which will I government, so far, of the Star Route tearing down the old completed In a short time, and al about S tnllce will begin at to be very comfortably provided for. Mtnagert Huitonvlllo Depot) Weil ol the U. C A Santa Fee It. It. now In operaThe advance sheets of the report of trials has been $230,000 and yet it once. The new building is to be of pressed A sale of the personal property of Jeff- tion from t U Worth to Ualveston. This farm Is In tho treat cotton and wheat ralilns aectlon of.S'orlh. pardons, remissions of fines, &e., does not think it has exceoded a prop- brick with stone finish and stone front. erson Dunn, dee'd., was had at his late etn fezaa and very dealrablo lor an ono wanting There is a bill before the New York place lo farm or ralae cattle, also havo granted by tho Governor and ordered er limit. We would like for curiosiI.. lVITllKftK, home near Bryantsvllle, last Thursday. small bunehof Short Horn llelfera on tho call anda with to be printed by nn act of the last ty's sako to know just what such a Legislature for the Stato to buy the Niagara The stock sold brought an unusually good one fine Short Horn Bull, 3 Teara old thl, Sprirr. Manager Lanraiter Depot; also rirmtog impiemenia, that I will trade wliu Legislature, have at last appeared Committee woulu consider an exces Falls property and throw the sublime pros price, and other personalty sold well. tho place. ITJI. HcKtX Illl.X'AX, HiEawi-CtiftLLawowtwfeaamn to the world. At present it is pect open Lancaster,!; Mr. W. O. Sweeney has opened up a Jan. 11. ihi, and show that in the first eighteen sive cost. fenced in br tbylocks and a round sum It. II. lVKAHKX, clothing, gent's furnishing goods, boot and II. O. KAUFFMAN, Blackburn's term, he months of Manager Richmond Depot. ICorn Planter Tun Signal Service Bureau is a charged travelers for the privilege of seeing shoe store at the old stand of J. G. Swee ATTOIINJCY At LAW, granted 845 pardons alone, including rather costly affair and & Son. Mr. W. O. Rlgney will conestimating iu LANCASTER, KY, The personal epithets used by the ney 24 for murder and every other crime real valuo to tho people, a quite too young Adjutant General, Blackburn, h7e tinue In the same business at the old stand Master Cotunilaatoner Uarrard Circuit Court. W 111 practice In all tho Courts of Uarrard and adjoining known in the category. An account expensive luxury. The amount ask- merited the rebuke of the Kentucky Press of Rlgney & Sweeney. countlea and In tho Court of Apprala. The Methodist Church, South, at this of the remissions of fines, &c, also ed to bo appropriated for with a unanimity that must hare been it for the ordered to bo reported seems to have next fiscal year is somewhat startling eren to a brilliant and place, held their regular Quarterly Meet$1,554,339, more pugnacious young person ornamented with ing last Saturday. The Iter. J, Rand, PHARMACISTS been omitted, and as the Blackburns than half a million moro than the a tough facial epidermis. Mt. Sterling Presiding Elder of the Danville District seem to be a law unto themselves1, it greatest total hitherto reached. . MiLxaa laf- conducted the service. He also preaches Having concluded to remove to Texas, I oner for Democrat. aalo uj is hardly probable that the order of (Monday), and probably longer. The aV IIiihIiichh IIoiihc, The deepest Atlantic sounding floods amount of damage done by the the Legislature will be enforced. The question of taxing the turnpikes Itcltlciico in Loulsrille, carefjlly compiled by Combined In one, iltuated In tho town of Crab Orheretofore reported was 3,802 fathoms before Judge chard, Ky., on Lancaster street. The building la representatires, reaches of this county, was tiled Ph) Syrians' prraci Ipttona accurately roupoundnl. the Covington CommomreaWiwill but tho steamer Blake, just arrived the storlea high, 80i?l feet and contwo and Also Is 24x10, $367,500, The approximation embraces Walker, Saturday, who decided that they tain. In all eight rvotna. Tho examine the Louisvillo Commercial, oil at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, beats HWtSSSJSIwWTTSt os" tM&fa shelving nlceljrand properly arvalwith counters and v HtweMtkwkV the most important losses, and It vouches should be taxed according to a certain I JKU'KI.KItN ranged, with all tho outbuildings neceaeary to contho 10th, it will see that the democrat, that by 700 fathoms. This wonderful for its general correctness. The seven uation per mile and not according to the venience and tho taste ol the moet bitldloua, and and value of the stock. The various compa- an abundance of pure water for drinking tree who figured upou tho vote in the guhousehold puipoeee.beautlfulshadoand fruit depth wasfound 100 miles N.W. ofSt. miles from tho "Point" to Portland was nies and didn't want to be taxed at all In any adorning and beautlfylug tho entire pieniliea, allg bernatorial convention did give the Thomas and the record was 4,501 fully covered. Largest Slock of iVatchrs, In s good healthy coodltlon. Any one a Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware ainoog The present Hirer and Harbor Bill manner, but they will have to come to er and cheap yet valuable residence,do well a clevnames of the counties and the way proiieroui people, would lo call fathoms, equal to 5.1-- miles. calls for an appropriation of $8,450,000. time unless a higher tribtjnsl reverses the and examine tho pteuilaea belore pure hating elseLver brought to thla market l'rlfee Lower than they would instruct. Bo far U we where. Tenna reasonable. tho Lowett. Watches, Uncka and Jewelry lie. Judge Walker. tf JOaaK We very cordially second the prop The committeo has thrown out the bayous decision of M. II. Owsley came home Satpaired on ihort notice and Warranted. rlTHODK. can gather, tho list is, with some exJudge creeks and canals, which figured so largely about as trustworthy a one osition of the Klizabethtown A'eu's last year. The Cumberland Danceptions, rlrer gets urday. He will open hi Court at I Be that Kentucky demands a better jury Judge's chances of as could be formulated. waTW, $22,000; the Tennessee $200,000; Kentucky ville, Tuesday. The J " owiwiwT system, better schools, better public rlrer $75,000; Ohio rirer $300,000. It is being the next Governor of Kentucky are By tho peculiarly Worded advertisements of rival The course of Gov. Blackburn, of roads, an abridgment of the pardon- possible growing more flattering as the time for the routes, which aro liable to deceive tho nubile. that the bill will fall to piss. Kentdcky, and Gov. Stephens, of ing power and Tbobaorteat Montfort Rerdell, one of the atar route Convention at Louisville draws nearer. nati Woat Is thoandllulcteat Itouto from Cincin a new constitution. Georgia, suggests to the Louisvillo thieves on trial at Washington, Saturday Jones' little game of having a few men in Some playful fellow shot two or withdrew his plea of not guilty, pleaded several counties to declare the counties for Democrat the idea that it would be a OHIO & MISSISSIPPI W. good thing to avoid old men hence- three times near a sentinel at Camp guilty, threw Iiitmelf on the mercy of the him didn't bluff worth a cent. Jones haa of wearing GuGrayson and came near scaring the court, and took the stand "to gire the been feasting on the idea forth in tho selection of candidates for bernatorial honors, for several years, if ac10 Hours Governor. Tho morals of both these boys to death. Search was made but whole thing away." Rerdell was Doner's tions indicate any thing. It will really secretary and as he took an actlre part in States have been damaged and crime the joker has not yet been found. fellow to manipulating the steals, be can, of course, be too utterly too bad for the ioor encouraged by a too free uso of the tell a great deal that will be mighty Inter- to be beaten. Hourt tbcad of all other lloea. U0TES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Bryant spent pardoning power. esting reading. Pally The loss In Covington by the flood Is Jt claatotTialos, wtlli nochangoof can for any passengers. annual report of the Pennylrania several days the latter part of last week The The two or threo democrats that estimated at $150,000. with Mrs. Judge Owsley. They are now Dally Tralnt to Louisville, with Fret Parlor Hospital for the Insane, shows, the causes The estate of the late Marshall Jewell y vara. Pj'tfcMP'MlK livo iu Harlan county met last Monof insanity in 8,673 persons under care of in the Bryantsvllle neighborhood. Jim Dally Trains to Kvanavllle. 4 hours in hasn't determined positively where he will day and declared for Col. Jones for will probably exceed $500,000. the institution since 1841. From this reof all other routes, with ono leas change There ire 3,400,000 acres of United ot cara. in ornamentation, is cord it appears that there is most to be locate in business. Judge M. J. Durham, Governor, but as their action was inDaily Trains to Cairo, 7 hours quicker than States land for sale in Mlssitaljipl, (own Saturday, lookmemm1bJ& MHfi. $.'1 kvolded ill health aa a very fruitful source of Danville, was in aoy other line, and no chtogt uf cara. unequalled. formal and the county has ouly one Orleans mint has coined by The New ing after the Interest of the Lexington, Dally Trains to New Oiletne. No change of of insanity. Next to this comes intempervoto in the State Convention, the oth- mistake 3,500 gold eaglet light weight. Mat cart irom uocinuaii. 3E3LI2NTC3- - OP ance. Loss of property stands next, tho' Nlcbolasrllle and Danville Turnpike Road er candidates aro notularmed. Harlan A mine at Braldwood, III!, cared in QUICKE" """ Cblc,f0 Itou'etto afar oil. It I strange, then, to see that do Company. Judge George Denny, Jr., will 12 HOUrS gave a republican majority iu the last Friday night, and Ti persona perished. mestio difficulties come next, with disap- go to NIcholaarille Tuesday to asui.t in IfatieaQ Two Hours Leas Time on tho The butlneas failure! of the put week n Ulljf rvttlloao Plto can,aul leas change of cars general election of over COO. following, these two the defease of Geo. Letcher. R. 11. pointed affections man uy otuer lines. In the United States and Canada number was in Washington county the latstanding fourth and fifth, In the proportion Tho n. Jb Jf. Is tho only lino with 4 Datlr The Faducah Journal, just resur 251. legal butlness. Trains from Cincinnati lo St. Louis, usklng direct at of 101 from disappointed affections to 173 ter part of last week on Arthur and Grant were rected by tho veteran editor and pub through the flouring mills coonecllona In the union Depot (at hi. Loul Iwliu In passing Morgan, of New from domestio difficulties. One hundred the funeral of alliaourl raclno Hallway, til. Louis, Iron Moun& Co , a few dsys tain A Southern ltallwa;, Chicago & Alton lull Usher, Col. II. M. McCarty, is a mod- York. and one persons actually went crazy be- of George Denny, Sr , Chicago, tlurlingtou A (Julucy llallroad, Kesince, wo were surprised at the great quan- road, A Ht. Louis lUflroad) Wabaah. St. Louie A el both in matter and typography, Six glrla were dismissed from the okuk cause tbey could not occupy relations which All of the racinc llallroad; Ulaaourl. Kauaat A Texas IUI . tity of machinery it contained. Female College for carrying notea set craiy one hundred and seventy-threWo aro pleased to place it ou our exwai St Louis AtianFrtnclaioUall y. most Improred machinery for making tit-t- j change list and to welcome tho Col, to the boarders. ?tfiiSaLwiwiwnwHBH3'LwiwHHhi?A THE DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE. grade of flour, Including the patent pro- Impress Thii Upon Your Memory. Five hundred residences hare been back into the ranks in which he is so OTerlurned cess flour has been put In and their mills Tho O Jb Jt.lt tho only lino by which you Fin March 31 tt for a Primary Ertction or ileatroyrd by the flood at ctn get through cart fruui Cincinnati Iu St. Luuis well fitted to labor. The Democratic Committee met In Stan- are now second lo none in the State. Tbey without paying extra laro In addition to money New Albany, lud. Farmers tod Plowmen, IliUn -- Oliver Chilled Mflal will not corrode; the heavlcat luit will remote patent process flour pal I for tkktt. Feb. 17, are now shipping their ford, ptirauant to a The Tenneaaee Forticketa, rates, or snr iDtoiiaatlon.ull on In a low minutes. ThtOliv'tr U a Center Draft Plow, having sloping landildo, wbkb does away with A coiuiespohdunt of the Andersou caucus haa agreed to democratlo legislative and after discussioncall, Saturday,the claims lo almost every town In Central Kentucky. Ticket A tenlt of conuwllng lluea decided that a three per cent, late thtproaiuro found Id straight landtlde l'lowa. 1 bo Oliver hat hundreds of luiltatora, do manufactu l'leaao call at 159 Walnut St., tt -I- N AVtcsiigun himself "an ass," thereby ot the Legislative candidales could better be The cltltens of this community should PlnplnnatHf WrotJourth at.. (Irand Hotel, rer will liallalt in Infertcr Plow Tho Oilier haa a record unparalleled In the hlitory of Plows. Your on the State debt prpper. neighbor! will Ull you Iu liU Y T1IK OLIVEU, and liko so other. showing that he is better acquainted -- The New York JlervU subscribed fly determined by primary election, which was freely patronlte this company to at to en UinClllitUI (.or Depot foot of &llllslrct. W. U, 81IATTUC, fit. I.X. ilift aitAtann dapiii lf lumi mo nvcmgu miu 000 to fund for the benefit of the suffer- - fixed for Saturday, March 31sl, to be con- - courage other men who bare money to In- W. W. I'KABODV, Willi uimkCil ll.n Superintendent, (leu'l Utu'l Passenger Agt. Cincinnati. I vest in manufactories in our midst. There ducted in manner and form as follows! era by the Hood In the Ohio. uier win gwwMHiy buiuh. sss a: nfrrioroumal John Smith ATTEM1N, FARMERS! - post-ofll- mmmm. RIGNEY SWEENEY S JUST RECEIVED! JtswfctWlowf One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, I Fondle, a Garrard County It. WEST, Editor. s Phlla-delphi- a, GEO.D.BURDETT&CO., 4irtiyQarJakCV" A Tesas Farm For Sale ten-ce- GEORGE D. WEAREIV, Stanford. oiti:i: eye-sor- e iia-zr- -- ( FOR J3ALE ! one-ha- lf storo-roo- Fttmyft I'l&te Ir Oouritr-Joum- &dte F" -- )l rugs. Fancy Articles. hooks, stationery and aVHVuvE!iH!dPi& dealr-lu- W-- r. Don't Led Astray I I desire to call your special attention to the Cincinnati St. Louis! 2 2 f 3 which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste BABB9 THE TH3E! JEPIESXjID! Tom-linso- Ei-Clo- W. H. HIGGINS. AWMV wa j l i llll IIIIHMM1 aaaa'wiaa! i I.. . . .i wymmmmmmmmmmmmmrmmmm A NICE aorghum molasses made by W, girl P. ItimaeyatH C. IIHghl's. A nine-poun- d Little 1'fr.ion At. arrlred at Mr Tuesday Morning A. A. Warren' Sunday. - Fobrunry 20,1883 LOCAL NOTICES, Hur Paints of Vtnnj A MeAIIslrr. Nr.W lnlc of Jetrelrj anil flllverware it Vennj A MeAlhtrrV I.ANimrrn' Garden Heeds, In Inilk and In at Penny A McAllaterV. Watoiiis, Clock ami Jewelry repair ml warranted hj Penny A McAllalcr. Limn: itotk of Window (ilass, all aUc. Double ililclc rIiss for (lower plli. Penny A McAllatcr. WAsnTiTTTLEjhe'alayeref Wild Illll Catron, wa acquitted at Someraet by (he examining court. Dale Wor.ronti. of Casey, formerly em ployed here, spent tin dy in the Dinrille e forcarrylng weapona concealed work-hous- ttr, a couple of bright ami warmdaya, the weather turned suddenly cold Saturday. A sleeting rain fell all day and at night nn Inch of the beautiful waa aprcad orer the earth. After K u h f W" .W U. Itun.EV.our wideawake Merchant Tailor, haa already opened out a rery Mb. J, W. UnooKn, the popular younff handaome line of apring aultlnga and panta drummer, li In town. pitterna and will continue to receire new MiwdronolA Lewis la Willing her good right along. Call on him and get firat choice of hia rplendld atock. He keeia tunt, Mr. W. II. HIkrIih. Mis Lola Klliott, of Lexington, la nothing but the beat. the gticat of Mr. Will Hvfope. SrANPOlinand Hiistonvllle aro at laal Mn, Asnitrw 0. WniTr.r.Y, ol Atlanwithin speaking communication, or wilt be (.1 , la visiting frlenda litre. ta, after lo day, when the instrument will be LINCOLN COUNTT. Alex. Andepaon, Ksii, lin consented adjusted. Hilly William., disappointed by Near McCormack'$ Church. lo rename the pen fur mat Danville. the men who had agreed to put the wire A bouncing big bay at Mr. MontgomeMiw. John IliNWiiitiir: anil Mis Mat up, pulled ofl" hla coat and went to work ry LylleV tie .litre lieen on a vlalt to tlirlr friend himself and at 7 r.M Friday he waa aeen here. Mr. M. A. Ooode who haa ntn quite MimfiuK Yr.Aciiit, after a con me of crawling through n window of the Interi- aid, ia aome better, we heir. pilntlng lessona from Mta Maty Varnon, or JoonNAI. building with the wire In hla Farm era aro getting quite restless, hand. Heiaapuaher and don't yon for-g- et returned home yesterday. and ate anxioua to get at their work, only it. Mr. G. 1'. IIrioiit went to Loulavlllr, a few day hare been suitable for plowing yesterday, to sell hta crop of White Hurley Ooinoto Knoland. Her. George O. to far. tobacco, ome 5,000 oiindi. i!triie,hi wife, Mia Maria, Willie and There I a great deal of sickness Mimes M attic Kvans, of Crab Or- Georgia will embark in the Steamer I'aro-nl-a among (lie colored people; when we considchard, and Allie Dunn, of ltlchinond, are for Iondon,Kngland, a gen- er how thinly clad they go it la only a gucvta of Mm. Ilolil. MeAllstcr. tleman, having oficred to pay all expenaea. wonder Ihero I not more. Mr. H. It. WftfT, our Garrard editor, Tiiia Mr. Ilarne Interpreted aa n mtarfige The new Church at Turnerarllle is It waa from the dropped suddenly on in that he ahould go thither about completed at last, and we under Wilt to Htanfonl for many years. hla first and ho learta hia home and country to stand will be dedicated some lime in Mn. J, O. Vianrscr. took hla si.ter-ln-law- , aprrad hla goapel and rare ainnera till the March This building is quite an ornaMIm I.ltiie Davidson, to Lorelta, Lord cornea, which he think will be In a, ment and n credit to Turncrarille. to enter her In the Catholic Acade- few year, at mnat. Ilia many frlenda here Mr. W. Ihlley returned lu hia home my there. will deeply regret that hia call ahould lie at Turnerarille, lat week. Mr. 1!. haa I)n. !;. O. Youko, ol I.ancaeler, waa in that direction, but they will not crane to been South for some time. Mr Sim Camp-bel- t, here ywterday. He aaja that there la a pray that it will be for the beat and that from Missouri, who liaa lieen on a visgreat deal of sickness In Garrard, mostly great reault may be achieved. Our read-er- a it to the "old folk at home," has returned pneumonia. will be glad to know that he ha kindly to hi family, accompanied by hia father, Mim Luella IIiikiiit hia gone to promlaed lo continue hi letter to the In- Mr. George Campbell, who went there to Memphis on a lengthr visit. Mr. Samuel terior JouRNAL,which will be doubly Inter-eatin- g tee the country with a view of locating. Kt ana, who haa been visiting; relative here since hi superior powers of descrip- Mr. Will McCormack and son hare got returned with her. tion will be glren greater scope on which home from Tennessee, with two car load of Mil. Dennis A, HiiANAHAN,of Coring-tos, lo dilate. cattle, and three barrel of Sorghum Va , at present a contractor on the K, yum, yum! C. It. It., waa In Stanford Saturday. From Crab Orchard. Mr. William Itichardaon, an old and a little boy, when we aaw hiui lut, he haa During last week Mrs. W. P. Kennedy rrected citizen of the l'reacberarllle had a select gathering In her commodious grown Into a handsome man, and dereloped a builneM capacity which la faat aecuring neighborhood, died Friday of pneumonia. parlor and a more enjoyable erening ia He waa 75 year of age. him a fortune. but seldom given the wayfarer. Her beauJuJge K. J. Uultock, a natire of Bojle tiful and accomplished daughters presided LOCAL MATTERS. county, died at hi home In Columbus, Ky. with graceful ease and dignity, winning the Bright'. Nicr. orange at II. a few day ago, aged 74 year. During hi love of the gentlemen and praises of the life he wai Circuit Judge, Lrgialator, Ac. Clovek and Timothy seed at A. Oasley other ladies. Mr. I I). Pendleton, afier an lines of A Hon'. In speaking of our schools in your is sercral weeks, died Saturday, aged 18 He Howohtii'h IIiurhnioa at Opera Hon, sue of last Friday, I failed to mention one g waa an honest, waa man and of the moat successful and popular teacher Blanford, March 1. well thought of by all who knew him. He , The KwtofIJce at Disappoint, Clay conn-ty- learra three children; Mr Geo. l'herlgo, of the village. It was not intentional on my uarl, for the lady thua neglected, Ml" liaa been discontinued. Mrs John New land and Jamea Pendleton Alice McClure, la a teacher of whom any For Salic Three handaome residences. community might justly feel proud. She RELIGIOUS. Will tell rery cheap. Stanford, Dec. 26, Iter. II. Allen Tupper ia conducting is conducting a flourishing school and 82. .V. Craig. a protracted meeting at FIemingburg,with need no enconluma from accidental acrib- KAHMEiuand other haring grain tack blcr to guarantee auccewi. I know Miaa hia usual success belonging to Geo. 1). Wearen will confer a In the fifty-tw- o theological eemlnaiiea Alice will not accuse me of intentional dis great faror by promptly returning them. In the United Statea 2,000 young men are courtesy. Our new marshal, W. T. Saunders, I Farm of SO acre, in graw, lying on Lin trained by 200 intructore. The Preabyterian church at Leadrille, a model officer. While quiet and gentle- cuter pike, 2 mile from town, for rale or Col , liaa 200 member, who last year rais- manly'in hi bearing, the known firmnes rent and hore and buggy for aale. II. ed orer $9,000 for congregational and be- of the man hold the disorderly elementa In abaolute subjection, and that too with nevolent causes, A collection waa taken up at the Pete Wltgar la the oldest Sunday, out apparent effort upon hi part. Mr. Church Sunday night for the ben- school superintendent yet heard from. He Saundera has given bond for the faithful efit of the llood uLTrrer) In Louisville and ia Si and haa been superintendent of the discbarge of the duties of hia office, that $29 GO waa realized. same acliooj at Spring Mills, Pa, alnce would be received without a moment' hesitation from the sheriff of the county, and Canned Goods. We have them, orer 1828 The debate between Kera. Sweeney and I take pleasure in giving him a position of two hundred case bsiight before the PERSONAL Mr. II. When Cincinnati packed more hoga than any city In the I'nlon, Kansas City waa merely a small sol nn the map, If Indeed it hsd lieen chrMennl Now the hog figure for that place are 110,000 for '82-against 418,000 In Cincinnati Danville CooRT.Capt. II. T. Hush reports a large crowd at County Court yes terday and aome 300 cattle, fair lo common grade. The demand waa good; best brought rlej common and scrub 3 J In I; nearly all sold. Some aged mule brought ill) to (ISO per head. Plug horses dull at $50 to $100; 1 bunch of ewea nnd lamlii sold at $5 GO per head. Mr. J. H.Fiali writing from Darllla, Texaa, aays: We aro haring a very hard winter, killing thouamd of head of atock, especially sheep. I hare lost orer 500 lamb and old sheep; freezing to death; food and shelter fall to aire them. The mercury haa been aa low a 10 below zero. The day before the laal atorm waa rery pleasant to one in shirt ateerea. One person, a negro, who lived in my riclnily, froze to death while returning home from (own. 3, Ird, a tton City, Friday, or mayhem, resulted In hi being held for further trial. Hell and Charley Jones, life long frlenda, got too much ahnudand became Involved in a fight. Hell waa knocked down and Charley recelred an ugly cut on the aide of hla head and a split ear. The men are both ahamrd of what occurred and have made up thelr'quarrel, Jone being one of Caldwell' bondamen. When the hour for opening Circuit arrived this morning, It was announced that Judge Owaley could not be here until tomorrow. An election waa then held and Hon. M. J Durham elected special judge. The grand jury waa composed of the following named gentlemen and was charged by Commonwealth' Attorney, It. C. Warren: J, A. Slaughter, Wm. Duke, John Hnaiung.J. I. Lee, Nick McDowell, BenJ. Holllng, J, 15. Carter, T. P. Baker, Morton Crow, C.T. Armatrong, Harrey Mitchell, Preaton Ililncs, Wm. Wade, W. M. Skomp, Lran Ihlllng, W. T. Wood. Miss Miltia Bell, of Shelbyrille, (a tho family ol Col. James A. Fisher. Mis Lymlngton ia visiting Mrs. It P. Jacobs. Mia4 Laura Hiler i visiting Mis Alice McGrorly. Mis Horten-- e Phillips, ofScdalia, Mo, and Mil Mary Payne, of Rlizabethtown, will be here during the week; tho former will be the gueat of Mia Sue Flble, the latter ol the family of Mr. Geo. Welsh, Jr. Mr. and Mr. Charles P. Cecil entertained a few gentlemen friends on Thursday evening. Those present were Mean. Fayette DunUp, S. It, Cheek, Richard Dunlap, Andrew Whitley, It. O. Evana, It. T. Quisenberry and O. It. Anderson. Mr. and Mr. Grinville Cecil were also present. Rev. P. T. Hate, the new pastor of the one of the Bapllat Church, must-bkind of christians, (or he baa made it known that the gospel he preachea la free to all. He caused to be distributed Saturday morning card inscribed a follows: "The truth is lore." "You are cor dially invited to attend Danville Baptiat Church, Broadway, bet. 3d and 4th, crery Sunday morning and erening. P. T. Hale, pastor. Come with us and we will do thee good." On the rererse side ia, "Turn ye, turn ye, from your erll waya; for why will ye die? Sinner, aie ve sared? Are you preptred to die? Hare you been true to your conscience? How long do you intend to put ofl your return toGod? Ia It safe Then come to for you to delay longer? Why not now? Come. Cnriel at once. Neglect not the assembling of yourselrea together. Christians, do you pray? Are you enjoying religion? Are you leading any one to Christ? Are you setting a proper example before the world? Ia your lifo a blessing to your church? God is your father; Jeans your friend. Serre Him now. Where your treasure la, there will your heart be also." Wouldn't a poor sinner, who happened to be a poor man, or woman, be sure to feel that there was more honesty In the professions of religionists who tend out such inritatiana as the above, than In those of the close corporation christians, who welcome none but rich and Influential member into the fold, and who from their aeatt in the synagogue, freeze imptcunioua ainnera Into icicles, by glances from their heaven-li- t (?) eyea the moment they enter the door of the fashionable sanctuary? bug-juic- e via-Iti- opportunity, sooner thin t had dreamed of and brought about I.t such a way that I could not fail lo see the hand of the LORD In It, and the dear, familiar, "Exceeding abundantly above what you can aak or think," that ha o often been "my song In the house of my pilgrimage." So on the strength of this gift from the LORD'S own hand, I took piaiigeon steamer Pavonia, of the Cunard line, for self and family: sending for Willie, in Tennessee, by the same mail. We sail on the 21st Inat. So that when your good readers peruse these line we shall be ready (o embark. It I a heavenly coincidence that we leave America the last day of our Glh year, of service, In this Evangel, and when we open oureyei upon the broad Atlantic--, typo of the boundless, fathomlesa love of Him who leada ua gently by the hand, It will be on the morning of Feb. 22nd, the day our great "Paler palrlrc" waa born, the day Marie and I began work together; the day the Pink Cottage Faith Cure waa born; and now the day, when, we go out to a land which the LORD promises to "(how ua," a He did one of old. in whose foot step we wish to tread, and of whom it Is written, "he went otll not knowing whither he went;" only Le will know, what all may know, hi Guide and Leader. And surely that la enough. It shall be for me at any rale. "Mr heart is fixed, trusting in the LORD." One beautiful clrcumatance I will add for the help of those, who, like Thomas, wish to see the very nail print before they credit any thing from the LORD, though credulous enough in other thing. To oth ers who have learned to know and trust our God It will be a joy to say, in reading it, It is just like HIM. The very day, perhaps the very hour, when that gift was bestowed in Muaic Hall, my friend' confidential clerk made an investment, that he thought hla employer would hare mnde, had he been at his counting room, which by Mondsyjmornlng, netted an ereu profit of exactly $1,000 by a rise In the market value of, whatever it was. PRAISE THE LORD. And if there are those whs do not link the two thing together, then would "they not be persuaded though one roae from the dead." We hope to land in Liverpool next Saturday week, and go straight to London, unlesi the dear LORD should otherwise direct. We shall bare every comfort at public, on the sea, known to the superb steamer of the well known Cunard berths line, and we have secured at just half the rate that obtain after every thing I jammed April lat when by the touriat. All the outgoing steamers for April, May and June are pretty well filled up already, aa to the choice brth. We get across for $G0 prr capita, and have the pick of staterooms. The asme berths bring $120 at a later dale. Waft us across with your prayer, dear ones, who bare so long borne u upon your hearts of love. Jeau bless you every one. I will now give the outcome ol me Christmas appeal to Kentucky, no that all may be transparently known, and "every mouth be stopped," that might otherwise speak ugly things. I know well, the value of belne perfectly outspoken in these matters, and that ia what I propose being now and ever. The entire sum received foots up $905.20. This in sums as follows, from the following place : first-clas- s JUDGE Wa O. IIANNIOUI) la a eandMaU for th democratic nomination for r, w. raaxow. Repmentatlv In th neit Iglilalnr. ta for th Democratic nomination to laarandldal represent thla county In th neit lirgltlalnra. i. a. ji.iumi 'W.AWB VAimON, A.'X"r.HlN13YH A.'!' IjAV, T. STANFORD, KY. In Owaley A (Ws new building-- up vrxiucn a. vaaxo, stairs. Offic judoi: Ia a candidal for Itcprrssnlallveln thaneat anlject la Iha action ol the democracy t. i. him,, jr., Will nraetlrstn ihs ClAtiri. or linrotn nA A.I. Joining counllea and Ibe Superior Court and Court oi nrpv.ia. nptciai aurnii.n given loconetiiona. 11 Office on Lancaster lr- -t A.TTOHNMY HTAMFORD, M. PEYTON, r A-I- KY, vhiuiki; j. . nvnviiY (a a candidate lo represent Lincoln county In lh neat Legislature, snljrct lo Iho action of th Democracy. I DANVILI.n, KY., Will practice In IheConrtf of Boris s&J adlelMn eountleaand lo the Court of Appeals. A.TTOHNJ3Y A.T MB V. ALEX. ANDKIIHOH, X.A.-W- , FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. lleeauM your houae, or your goods, or your lira atock, or your other property lists not been burnt or Injured by fir or lightning. Is no guaranty that they cixnoT lie. Don't you think, then, that It would to prudent to secure Indemnity In ran luch losa or damage ahould occur T I oflrr you thla Inat the lowest rates obtainable In any Ant-clasurance Company. I represent seven and you mar Uka your choice. JXO.Si. Offic South aid Ualo Btreet, two door, above the Myer Hotel. Par Nitrous Olid Oaa administered when required. HUllOUOlM UJ3NTIHT, STANFORD, KY. HUFFMAN, rillMl'H. LUMBER! WSMSY MrLLlYEIS Have opened tip t.UMRF.R YARD In Stanford, In connection with I heir it I I.t, nl llarel I'aleh, ami will keep eon. tanlly on ban I lumber far building and farm purpose. IKMin Public Sale ofTurnpiko Stock. .. Aa 1 .1 I.I....... .f. ( ...I- - ... . IB siiiiiiiuiiiiiiMjr ur wni, rot, ui lug rsiaiaoi John Bright, dee'd, I will, on MONDAY, MAItCIT 6, 1883, door In County Court day, at tho Omrt-Ilous- e 8tanlnl, .ell at public auction lo the highest bidder 1 ahsree of stock In the llarrotlsburg & Crab Orchard Turnpike lloed (fcmpatir. Terras, Ii0-- FOR SALE! In Loul.vllle, I ofler for ch. JOHN MKIOAI.F, Ailinr. Intending lo remove A my aI .TON. NKVICKAIVCJK, Dwelling IIoiihv, Store A .Slock ofGootlH J. Late of Chenault, Severance with Co., Stanford, Ky., M. ROBINSON & CO.. ICY. MT. VEHNON, . . KEKTUOKY Importera and Jobber, ol Dry Uonds, Kotlona, At, &17, H9, Sit Main Street, Cor, Sixth. coTjisviriic, rCUHTOJI 110- -t TO THE PUBLIC We will now pay special attention to 31tllVJINa.- - We iroiniM lo gle utlihctlon, and when desired will aire Talent Flour riir Wheat. Can make either bolted or unboiled meal. The dwelling la almost iew,modein built with all improvements; hat eight room., bealdea hall, etc. It haa attacked an excellent garden and all necessary ouabulldlngv II. sllustlon Is the most deilrable in the town. 1 bat- - Um doing cash and produce bu.lness ol over I ."0,000 per annum at a good profit. Tlil.cn belncreaied. Tne storehouse Is 2x81 feet, two-- . lory front. To part ea desiring a profitable bu.lne.. bxstlon, none better can lie ottered Terms of sale will tie made satisfactory to responsible purchiser. , The healthy location ol Mt. Vernon la uniur-paine- d, It bring above thsma'atlil point; no such thing aa chilli or fever eil.la lu tbl town. Call onoraddreaa J, IIML ITI llll, Il9-- t ernon,Ky. HcAI.INTKR ANALLKE. 1883. Public Sale ! UniiU NiocU, I.lvc Nioclt, Crop Htitl FarinltiR Implements. Aa Executor of the last will and testament of Thomaa C. II umber dee'd, I will at hla lute residence 7 mil', from Crab Orchard, expose for sale at public auction, on New Goods and New Prices Land, PREACUERNVILLE, KY. I wl.h to announce lo the trade that I will aell goodi aa low as the lowest. Call and examine my atock and be convinced, aa I know you art all tired ol high priced and ehoddy good.. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, '83, MYERS HOTEL, Two brood Mares 2 young Horses, pair work Mules, t yearling Mule, t pedigreed Dull, 4 Cowa, A yearling Steera, 6 Heifers, 4 Cairo, 1 llng, 41 Sheep, 14 stock Hogs. 2 Btraw Blck., Corn, Wheat and Oats, how New BuggTi Rockaway. ol new Buggy Harness, Mowing Machine, Biding Hake, 2 Wsgon., one you com up, to you bring tht money up. new, and many other Tarmlog ImpIementa,Uouse-hol- d Very respectfully, .V. 31. HOWARD. U7-1- m sod Kltcken Furniture, Ac. Also! Stacks Hay A tract of Land of about 315 Acrea, adjoining the homeatesd, known the (loo farm. A tract ol land ol alout 90 Acres, called the Middlelon tract, near e. One Town Lot In the city of St. the Joseph, Mo. Parties wishing to buy the really will call en J. S. Fl.h for particular description. Terms made known on day olaale Kt bharea Farmers Nat tank Stock wilt 1 sold at the Court Square In Stanford on Monday, Mar.1, 183J, Countr Court day. 1. II. OH H I.I.Y, Kxr. Thoe. C Huniber. O. W. KIBO, Auc COME ONE, COME ALL! Come tip, roll up, tumble up t doo't cre at u STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE. - Propr IZMt This Old and Well - Known Stanford Female College. Hotel Still Maintains its High Reputation, STANFORD, KY. AND ......... .......... LoulivllM..... Clark County- 1 O 5) 81 SO OtrrrJ Its Proprietor ii Determined that With a Full Corps of Teachers, it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Thla In.tltutloo will open Ita Thirteenth 8culon Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. on the :d Monday In September H T. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Two cars In freight train No. 2G jumped the track near the "big fill," Sunday evening, delaying the train several hours. Mr. A. R. Thornton, of Paris, bought from Mr. J. C. P. Myers, 35 acres of land about a half a mile from this place, at S10 cash per acre. James Mize, for shooting Dud McClure, waa tried Saturday and held in $400 bail to Circuit Court. In default of ball he went to jail. Mr. J. E. Vowels, the popular proprietor of the Variety Store, is happy. On the lCth, hi wife presented him with a fine girl. He was already tho father of four bouncing boy. It ia said that Miai Lizzie B. Hopper, of Lancaster, wilt in a few days open a se lect school in this place. She has the rep utation of being an excellent teacher and deserves a hearty support from our people. Died at his father's residence In this county, on Friday the 10th Inst , Robert Chestnut, son of W. J. Chestnut. He wa a promising youog man and his sudden deand mise is a sad blow to hi relative Woodford . ... . Kl CO . H 00 2 00 . 82 00 00 "G M neit. ClDcIonatl.-.......-....- ALL THE BRANCHES OP A Lincoln Bowling Danvllla Citltttiburg Rockcastle arn.......... ......... . :. a . . .. AnJron.... Bll Franklort.- -. .........- ... . . . Raacaxe will be coavaved to and from laedepat rree oicnara.. rtptciai accommoaaiioaa lo toCommerclalTraielera. The Bar will bs alnaya .applied with th choicest 10 00 braada of Llqaora aad Cliare. 22 00 10 00 THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUnSE Are taught, aa well aa MTJBIC. 30 00 2 00 73 00 10 00 5 00 THE LANOUAOEO. DltAW-INAND PAINTINQ. O m Dilzler at Horse Care created little or no interest, the paper of the rrglon almost entirely Ignoring It. The fact la the people The Legislative candidate hare alx are getting tired of such buati.caa. The weeka to conrlnce the deal people of their of souls ia more important, they fitness. The primary election lo eelllo think, than discussing whether "baptldzo" their claima occur Saturday, March 31st. means to dip or to sprinkle A nftiho MAN whose, name, we could not LAND, STOCK AND CROP. learn, fell from the bridge orer CumberThe proprietors of the Lincoln Mill Williamsburg and waa land Hirer, near drowned Saturday. Hi body waa recor-ere- want to buy wheat and corn. J. 8. Oaralcy bought 25, long yearlinga A handsome line of spring hat juat in Danville yesterday at 0 cent. George D. Wearen bought of II. F. recelred at J. W. Ilayden'. He will close out at greatly reduced figure all the Coomer 40 barrels corn, delivered, at $2 A. W. Carpenter aold lo Wyatl apring and white good carried orer from 27 hogs, areraging 230 lb., at G els. Uil eeaaon. Foil Sale, Cheap. A Good 3 year-ol- d "Duplex Crown" ia the moat wonThe Jack. Apply to It. II Crow, Stanford. derful Sewing Machine err inrented. Can Ja. W.Gudgel bought of J. L. Horn! be changed inttintly to make either chain 52 ewea at $f50 per head. Anderson or lock alitch. Juat out. See them at Iiruce, New. Warren A Co.'. I hare 300 shocks of fodder for aale to i Mr, Geokoe D. Wearen ia till in the be fed on the premises. W. II. Hay, field and will keep a fuller line of all kloda Stanford, Ten or twelre work mules, 15 to 17 of agricultural implement! thla year than erer. He la a liberal dealer, ltead hla hands high, for aale by J. F.AU.Q.Gover, "ad" In thla iaaue and communicate with Stanford. him. J. M. Mcltoberta aold the Alderney Clemens House, cow advertised in this paper for $70 lo K. Mr. Soc. Owens, of the Danville, deairra to apologize to aome of P. Woods. G. It. Pope bought of K. T. Young a hi patrona for not furnishing them with mule for $UG and of J. W. dinner a prom pi Iy aa he would like to hare done. He waa crowded lo overflow- Powell, one of same age for $116. Mcl'ike A Jobnaon. large dealer in ing vria the reaion. He promlaea that it mule in St. Louia are $45,000 behind In halt not happen again. their accounts and have made an assignThe man who pays the caah can get new ment. The largest mule aale thla season in gooda for lens money at the New Family Grocery of 8. S. Myera, than erer before Madison, was that of Wm. Arnold to L. animals at In Stanford, ifi stock Is new and freh W. Hudion A Co , 78 and hla price low, and ho ia determined $101 per P. D, Albright arrlred from Tenmssee by aticklng to the caah system lo always Friday with 21 cows and ateer which coat keep them low. Call on him $10 to $37.50 and 7 'mule colts and yearA Fiuiit. The report cornea from Crab ling which coat $10 to $75. They are for Orchard that Georgo Moore and Will Car ale at his farm, son engaged in a combat Saturday night, D. N. Prewltt bought 17 head of plain in which it U slid that Caraon waa terribly cattle, areraging about 850 lb , at $3 02 puniihed, appearing after the battle aa if a per cwt. Wakefield AFarrI told a pair of freight train had passed orer him. Moore fancy 4 year-olmare tuulca to J. O. Kvana mutt hare thought he hsd injured hi in se- for $350. Adrocate. riously, a we are told he left by the first At a H.ve lu Payette, corn brought $2 train yesterday. 03 per barrel, caah; ahurt yearling cattle New Cash Store. 8.8. Myers will open $27; long yearlinga $10; milk cowa $50 to lately occu- $08; brood tow $18 to $2); ahuataof 50 lbs. In the alore-roopied as the postnfllce, a complete stock of $5 50 per head; tame 70 to 100 lb , $8; oil grocerlea, which he will sell only for caah. eatkuate$12 per Ion. I he Uawlln;: Green (lazttlc reporta Ill price will bo such aa will uiako It a decided object for the public to deal with tale of 25 hoga for April delivery at 6 mare mule 15 to 10 hint and aa he propose to lime nothing by cents; G bad debla, to be made out of thole who hands, at $180; a car load of fat 14 hand pay, he will sell at the auialleat possible three to 0 year old mule at $105; 15 do profit. Money tared I money made and 14 to 10 hand at $135; a lot of 750lb, you can make it by buying from 8. 8. steer at $!!, and 10 feeder of 1,200 lb, at $ui. Myers. We are telling at atnall margin by dozen or case. II. C. Mrlght. d. San-didthree-year-oltip-to- p head.-Register. unqualified endorsement. -- Col. Ivtllll, of Itlchmond, uncle ol Mrs. James Hice, spent several day with us tho first of the week. He was greatly pleas ed with Crab Orchard and being a mag nificent type of the Kentucky gentleman, we trust he may find it convenient to visit os often, Mr. Howard Ilice, of Garrard county, ia with us and unhesitatingly acknowledges that our young ladles are the faire-- t of all the earth. Howard la ayonth of very accurate judgment. E. W. Jones has embirked in the sheep trade and a! though the last great storm cost him the third part of hia llock, his cnthuaiam is not at all abated. It II llronaugh consider the conclu-aioelection of L. M. Lasley afore-gonMr. Fox sayt the Crow perches too high. Mia Ada Iteese. of Jacksonville, III, i visiting the family of Mr. It. Caraon. It la teldoin one Iooka upon a more beautiful woman than Mb Ada. Mr. Wm. Jamea still give ieraonal atlentlan to his interesta here, lleiag a clever and moat enterprising young man, we wish him the fullest eusces. Mr. Bryant Hobba, of Preacheravllle, ha again been around looking after his interest and to hla great surprise, found the sweet little darling temporarily absent. Judge Stephen llurch haa come again and aa usual hla pretence caus ed the Tillage "lo clap her hands with Joy." May his shadow never grow less, is the universsl prayer here. e u. Lexington IlarUn Marlon ......'............ .- . Lee.... Chicago.... I'ulsikl ...... Dayton ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, 1'ROPRILTOK, TERMS MODERATE. to 1A0 in th In Tuition, prliee range from regu lar ueparimenu. intermediate 6; rreparauuy, aw, ana uouegiaie, I5ti. lii vnuur.va; -.. . , . ralntivllle DirJtown ...... ............. ..... Laurel ................. duty lUchmoDj......................... . .................... .........,..........-....-- .. 20 00 S 00 - 10 00 ... 25 00 . 27 50 81 00 1C0 00 7 00 10 00 KK8. For full particular., aa to Board. Ac. address H. V. TKUKIIKAKT. 1'rluell.H Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kj, Cincinnati, New Orleans 8b Tesas Pacific Total B0TLE COUNTT. Dannlle. D. H Yelser returned from Atlanta on Thursday, where he had taken a amalt d He sold 21 head of lot of mules. mulea at $107.50 each. He reports the market dulT and Weather dtaagreeable. G. W. Vermillion, who Uvea on Dr. W. It Kvana' farm, came to town on Fri day and posted a atray Alderney cow that ho bad taken up. The animal waa fawn-colordark neck and head, with white ou the belly and aide and about 10 year old Mia Powers, the manager of the W. U. Telegraph Co. here, haa been inatructed to send free of charge all niesaages from au BOUTIIUOUMP. fVara about support. I want the dear doFrom basement to garret, nor of the Cbrictmaa gift to know that a iNoHNo 5 3:Ko Kip. Nlgt Accooi Mall part of their bounty will go to help the esintend to Keep it iu i Strictly Lex Exp Dally and STATIONS. tablishment of the pure gospel of love In rirst-ClasD'l Da- i- tx. Exp. Manner, the "tight little island" that rule the tx. BiioVj D'iy A.M I'.M I M A.M world. I am ture they need to know it aa And leave nothing undone that will add to the 4 00 a oo 8 00 8 0 Lve. Cincinnati much in America. Happy those who have friend. IU S3 II 00 C38 1130 " OF MY GUESTS. " Georgetown a hand In spreading the good news in these COMFORT 7 10 12 00 II M 11 SO Uilugton..... Mr. Wm. II. Conn, of Garrard county, "last day." It Si II S3 7 JO 12 24 " MchoTssvllle 7 97 12 li II tin 10 waa here Saturday looking for trace of a Illah Bridge.... Identity My dear Bro. Greenwood, of the " llarrod.burg Juuct'n U08 12U 8 11 I 10 mare stolen from him on the night of the Church will edit an edition of my sermons VI 20 12 SI g 26 138 Danvllla 43 ' Danville Junction.- -I VI 36 U !!0 a 33 143 8th. Elsewhere In this paper he ofler a if he can find a publisher. I leave them An ottVred .,.. NolJ S23 Somerset a my dear legacy of love lo my native Acui 2 3 41 reward of $50 for the return of this mare land. II I read Scripture aright we shall I'olnt Buro.lde.... SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS 0 W ...- - .. Oik Dile Junction See advertise not have cone over the citiea of larael and the arreat of the thief. Too 7 C3 . llock wood I have patronise me, 7 s . 8 24 " Spring City .... ment. till the Son of Man is come. Ever in Je ToNICE SAMPLE aaBOOMS,every convenlenceuch USJ 8 Bojce. 1013 Ac., for their use. ...- -. aa Personal. Miaaes Lizzie and Nannie sus Geo. O. Barnes, u 43 8 0,. 10 23 Cbittanooga. .... Arr. Hopper, of Lancaster, paid a abort viait to yOKTUXOUMD. Baggage Transferred to and from Buc Men's Amica Salts. this place. Capt. Tom Jim Ballard, of 'NoltiNo 01 Ho 4 No 2 the Depot free of charge. Afcui Goochland, was In town yesterday. Mr. The beat aalva In th world for Cut, Brulsea, l'.M.,r.MJ l M. A.M 8oiea, Ulcera, Salt Rheum, Fever Sore., Tetter, W.N. rKANCIS. allouissc.il. 4 00 7 800 Bennett II. Joplin, who has been for some Chapped Uanda, Chllblalna, Coma, and all Bkln i,ve. Chattanooga....... 4 10 7 431 513 lloroe.. time in Southern Kentucky In the interest Eruptlona, and positively cure pile.. It la guarMi 6 ' Spring atr- -. 77 a iV IOCS 733 ........ Kockwood Publishing Co., has returned anteed to fire enllr aatl.factlon or money refundof the Central OHID Iff. 7 11 Osk Dale Junction. ed. Price U eenta per box. For aale by Tenny A ii'ii to hia'home In tbia place. Mr. A. It. ThornUt. 1 3i feint Burnaido.. McAlliter 1210 2 13 ' bouienct..... ..... "" i ton, of Paris, Ky., Ia a guest of the Joplin 8 30 IDS 83 ' Dauvlll Junction. 40 Oittn Away. ..... I 10 S4I " Danville.-- .t 31 2 07 House. 8 218 Wa cannot help noticing the liberal otter mad llarrod.burg Junct'n 1 23 3 31 1 ... - .1903 20 These gifts came from less than 200 persons, and we have expended about $000 of the amount Already, including ine $i,uuu after passage is paid, we have about $000 to atart to .oglaod with. IJill we have no ... .... STANFORD, - KY. Having bad thla Hotel Railway. millMrilEJ In elect Dec. 31, 1682. - TIAIBIHEI ltel'urnislicd and Hcilttcd CINCINNATI SOUTH KHK DIVISION. I -- H j. Commercial Traveler? ...... 11 8. ....... to!... CO CHESIPEIIKEll Kentucky's Ilouto East thorized relief committee or associations, offering relief tosuQerer of the llood. This doe not include the tranamlsalon of money a the Company is not now prepared for auch transmissions. e Jsck Walter, a prisoner In ,the on a charge of carrying concealed weapona, yesterday confessed to poisoning belonging to Mr. L. T. two fine horse Hemphill, of Jessamine county. He ssys he had an accomplice whom he nutred. A subreward of $1,000 signed by Ihlrly-uln- e stantial citizen, has been offered for the arrest and couvlction of the poisoner. The trial of J. Veil Caldwell at June- work-houa- to all Invalida and autlcrera by Dr. Klng'a New "PRAISE THE LORD." DlKorery for Con.umotlon. You an requested to call at i'enny A MeAli.ter'a Drug Store, and Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. 1!00 SciiEiiMKitltouN St., IIuooklyn, 1 get a Trial Dottle fre of cost, If you are auSertng Feb. 13, 1883, The only tioe running Hsir alerter ' with Consumption, Revere Coughs, Colds, Aitbius. tlia 3 lironchltla, llay Faver, Low of Voice, Uoartencu, Saturday afternoon after PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS o'clock eervlce, a gentleman whom I bad or any affection of the Throat or Lungs, It will never seen tliren weeks before, stepped Into positively cur you. the little roblog room of Music Hall, when XEVT iUrKUTISKHt.NTS. I waa donning lay Ulater and overshoes, yaou and asked a few moments conversation. I LoiiIhyUIc, Cincinnati Hud Lex- Ia sat dowu with him on the sofa, and this liiKioii, iky., wbat paed, substantially, and also nearly Stolen, from uir prenil.ee, near Lancaater, Kt.. rerouiim. ''Do you want to go to England, on Thuraday night, February I, 1883, a llro. liarne.T" "I do, sir; I am, and have ai'OII-VI-flviu, buwu. ii;t jaiirr, o jrsr baa been clipped, tall band, star In furehs-been, trusting the LOUD to stt.d me there, tin of high, nn.hlf while. Iha other half black. Connecting In asm depot with fust train, lor nil wban the time come." "Well, sir; I shall broke to rid and work. I will pay f ii Ut th. re turn of the mare, or Informallou that will Im4 to be happy to send you there, if you will al her recovery, and f lor lb appraheu.lon and WM. II. CO.NN, low me, I cunuot promise beyond I be pres- eoovlctloii of the thief. Lancaitsr, Ky. The Direot Route to Lynchburg, San 113. U dollar at your ent; but I have a thousand ville, Norfolk, dlepoeal, which I give to Ibe LOUD, glad-I- Blue-Gra- ss through you. You have my beaitieat North Carolina I offer lor sale, privately, my farm of J7J Acres All Virginia and good wlahea and prayers, and although you Points. laud, with a large brick and oftxtetlent biue-gra- u will, doubtless, be tried, I believe they framre.idiiK combined, of ten ruouia, within a apply to A Freachersvlll plk. For tickets and will receive you la the old country, after lull of th new blanfrrdmedical water lu auun-dauc- e. your neetat ticket furtherorInformation, addrcsa othce, New orchard, fresh aud Ant-cUiIncluding a ueat luiprovemeula they get at your teaching, God bless you." JAMklN ft KKNMT. tcu.nt Iioum. In srass. SOO meres, and balance til (leul Southwestern Ageot. And my new friend made his exit without lable. Timber abuodsuL Church aud school- 310 W Malu St., Louisville, Ky. leaving me in quite a flutter of bouM near by, and th neighborhood unexcelled. more ado, It IsnotofleuthuliuchadulraMafarui ia lor aale. .. ... uu.n... . ILP Mf I V v mr u excitement, and just able to gasp, "Praise Till perfect Address me at btaufurd, Ky , or Usa'l 1'su'r AgH. Osu'l Manager, calico w si intiarm. lUrhmoud, Vlrglula. the LOUD." For here was the coveted NAKA1I COOK. HUH. " High Bridge. 1 39 4 11 Nlcholasviile....... Ltxluglou. .. tleorgelowu. ALABAMA ... Arr. Clnclunatl... Lve. Chattanooga, Attalia 11 Birmingham Arr. Msrldlsn.. Lve. Msrldlsn 2 fi 433 2 50 SUS 2 33 3 2C SOU 7 41. 610 833 2 31 7 03 263 COS 733 10 23 3 23 3 48 UUKAT bOUTUiaty. U.K. 00 12 33 A SOLID TRAIN WASHINGTON CITY. " i uecaiou. 313 S33 10 OU $50 REWARD! " " ...... Tuclooa.... Birmingham...... A 8 30 9 37 12 21 Arr. Chattanooga. VICKSDUBU lull- s- 130 830 AND MEH1DIAN. 1020 12 30 Iark Lv. Mcrldlau " lorest, " Brandon...., Arr. Vlcksburg, Lve. Vlck.bur- g- ' Jackaon 138 833 4 70 3NTo"Vr "STorli. Arr. ' JSCXSOU.M.. ' Brandon.. " Cereal.- -. Meridian S00 10 . !. 1128 141 443 It Farm For Sale! BUUEVLTOUr AND PACIFIC. 110 Lie, Vlck.burg ..... II to " Delta 810 Arr. Monro- eVICKSBUBO. Lve, Arr. Vickaburg. " Delta. Monroe... . I I .. IlltO 730 100 JOHN 6COTT, V. V. and Oen. Man Qn. Sou. K. 1. WILhON. 0. P. and f. A Cln, bou. U'r, Cincinnati, u.) II. COLL- a. P. ntiAn, w r. (1 a. u, S. lt'y. Cr.ltsucrfmi.Tins.i A V AM. K'y, Mcksbunr, j. HAKIIV. Mlas.1 J OK l JlcdUIUE, U, V A, V., K'y, Monro. La. Ii.tr, PNMMOVMftM VllAl'l'RAIlAXOH OJP MB kVMtit MAXtnrti It is tho excessive ntnotint o! syslom in our wholcsalo mctliods of teaching that prevents tho best results in nny department. Tho pressure of quantity docs not give tho teacher timo to mold Dr. Arnold himself conld character. not Intvo bfcu Dr. Arnold if ho lindbcon required by n Hoard of IMucttion to tone tho greatest possililo amount of arithmetic and geography within a gl von timo. It is probablo that Dr. Arnold would havo been considered wanting in tho requirements of on Amcricnnschool-iMiehc- r of tho present day. It is certain ho would havo found himself hopelessly trammeled, oa many on aspiring teacher finds liiinself trammeled, bytho expectations of his employers. Tho teacher who would fain l less of a machine who would liko to tako timo to do somo thorough training, and to dovclop tho men nnd women of tho futurc-gc- U no opportunity. Flo must bring tho largest possible crop of arithmetic) nnd goognv-ph- y tit tho end of tho year; all liis better work in building character will count for nothing with tho "board." Then seeking to drivo there aro hohby-ridew- , courso into tho nlrcndy somo special study. Tho arts of design aro often useful in a business way, therefore drawing shall bo universally exacted of tho pupils. Musio is charming nt homo, therefore tho vocal teacher mast havo place. In ono considorahlo city, n wealthy merchant in tho Board of Education, who fonnd telegraphy valuable in his own office, has succeeded in putting every lmy nnd girl in tho town to clicking telegraph keys. lint, no matter what is put iuto tho course, it is raro that anything is taken r finds no placo out. Tho on which to stand. Ilia individuality is utterly repressed. Ho is a incro cogwheel in n great machine. Ho sinks down at last to tho level mediocrity which jjachinns a'tvnjs produce; he ho ?omes a hearer of lessons, n maker ot registers, n workor for examination week. It is not chiefly his fault that ho does not do higher work. Thcro is hardly spaco for it, and thcro is no market for it. Caitury Magazine 11 over-crowdschool-maste- st; FIMRAJ, Vt.KASA!tTtllii& ofCfiO,-000,000. icy. Tuesday Morning, - February 20,1883 Somt itnijf lnon In F.ttqurttfi. A man la tniulo his lnnnnfrrt, Tlmt U, it ho Iias no manners hoi i.i no man. Let us look nt nonio of tho places wlicro you will bIiow your manners If you havo nny. First, on entering a room. I was in a hotiM waiting to (loo n gentleman tlio other day, nntl a young man entered. Ilis hat was on his head and ho did not toko it oft Ho ndrnnced nnd stood in tho renter of tho room, nnd put his hands in hitt pockets. Then hq nided Tip against tho wall nnd leaned against it. Every ono pitied him. If you enter tho house, tako yonr hat oft in tho hall nnd ask for, tho person you desiro to sec, It shown into tho parlor, step in with your hat in hand and tako n scat and wait for his coming. If tho master or of tho houso is in tlii parlor.with guests, you ndvanco to him or her, nnd shako hands, if cither offer to do so. You converse with him or her a fow moments, and then, if others come, step aside. When you dcciclo to retire you coino to bid tho master or mistress good1 mis-tross night. Second, nt tho tnblo. Yon will havo a placo shown you, nnd you will lo helped to food. Uso your knifo and fork prop, crly. Divido tho food bo its to relievo tho teeth of n pnrt of their work that Tho grinders is, havo smnll lnouthfuls. indicato that griuding in tho mouth is a part of tho process of eating. Animals destituta of grinders holt their food. It is not fit that human beings should rat as dogs do, bIiico thoy havo such a "mill" ready for use which dogij havo wot Tho lipa are bo constructed that' tho noiso of grinding, which is intolerable to cars polite, may bo effectually disguised. Food, whether liquid or solid, must bo conveyed into tho mouth and from tho mouth downward silently. Tho position at tho tahlo should bo unconstrained and easy, tho person sitting erect or slightly bent forward when eating, bo that tho mouth may bo directly aliovo tho plate; tho arms should bo held at tho sides, not extended at right angles with tho body. Tho elbows should bo kept off tho tabic. Leaning back in ono's chair, or balancing on the legs of ono's chair, is a grievous violation of tablo etiquette, permitted only and wrongly to spoiled children. Tho mon th and fingers must bo kept, daring all process of eating, absolutely clean. The dainty cater will keep his plato in order and lcavo it so, with knifo and fork laid acrpss tho plato. Now, if your manners aro good at homo they will bo good abroad. It is a common idea that you can cat and at homo, but you can put on good manners as soon as you get to a neighbor's houso. This is not so. If you ara rude at homo you will bo rudo away from home. Fractico politeness at homo. Somo fear to bo polito at homo for fear of being laughed at; but what if thoy do laugh? It is an old proverb, "Let thoso laugh who win." And I say so. It appears lliitf during 1891 tlitough out tho uholo I'onnlry thcro were 472 largo fires, causing it damngo Tho striking fenturo of this list is tho voTy largo pererntago ot losses encountered by manufacturing Indusmantries. Over sitty of tho ufacturing establishments in tho country were damaged to an extent of over $50,-00and probably as large n lmuibsr ent. countered lo,s by fire to n Binaller Next to thee promises in percent-ng- o of damage are the establishments in which grain is cleaned nnd ground, which oporntion canses the dilTuMon of lino dust in closed rooms, thus creating danger. A loss ot 1,000,000 nlono is set down against only twenly-fiv- o of theso building, which include- grist nnd flouring-millbreweries, distilleries nnd elevators, A loss of $2,&00,000 is the result of fires during the twclvo months in n similar number of cotton, woolen and flax mills and cordago works, Tho loss being, in tho nggregato, larger thna in the preceding year, tho competition between tho firo insnranco companies is regarded as licing n losing one It lias been asserted in this connection that, with tomo unacrupnlous companies, tho "hnzard" involved has boon merely a secondary consideration, nnd thoy havo insured buildings at unduly largo figures simply to sccuro n premium, which, it is alleged, is in such cases practically a bonus for incendiarism. It is reported that somo insuranco pooplo even go so far ns to attribute over half of nil tho tires that occur to incendiary origin. Danger is also often needlessly incurred through tho imperfect and careless construction of buildings. This is more especially tho easo iu tho smaller cities and tonus, wlicro wooden structures aro put up without, apparently, tho slightest attention to their proper pro tection from fire, oithor within or with out their walls. wood-work s, Thoiiraml ciirallt i" powers front A falso A foot, and nn nccordlon nro both eoslh drawn out. A Hvcmmrui, debater -- Tho homot always carries his point. Hour men nra liko the moon, Thoy get full oueo iu about so often, Tnrt telephone" has devrloed nn eni. tirely now school for Tun pliimUir, unlike tho water-pipon which hethrivw, never binH up. A Vaiwar Col lego girl, upon Wing asked if slit liked oodllsli balls said she never attended nny. A itAlt.KD knight mnsC havo required ngood many postage-stamto carry him through nueeensfiilly. If n man knew as much nbont himself ns ho does alniut his neighbors ho would never spenk to himself. "Gmjnnous to 5 fault' may lw said of many men. At least, they nro generous enough to their own faults. IlGOAtrsii ho was mashed to tho lost, nnd Forrngnt was lashed to the mast. Wo havo forgotten tho conundrum. A Nbw Yoiik man sold his wifo to a neighbor for n dollar. Somo men seem to tako delight in swindling their neighbors. A in describing a railway acdisaster, says : " This unlooked-fo- r cident came upon tho community CoMr-AH- t nhlrt-lMwrhello-eutioie ps Pee tdTrtltoinint, Hold Penny A McAllMer, Stanford, Ky. the pnsititt br wllhrti tu (Itrmsn tf the Urrsl w M, A Semi-Weekl- Paeia!wajiaJI - - r - ctit'tirti nitiMTont. GEAKD O.MSINAT10N, ISS3, hj MhriKlIiHrT.ftlitlTII -- y Interior Journal Ami Ik the nlMetrclnight Thunalay iblhl riunday llnr. II. C MolllVitl. Kiimlay morning and Trayer Wetting er.ry SEE xxEXE! RK IjmUlllle Kh little Mill tkMntllK - Weekly Courlor - louriuil One 11 Cincinnati Weekly Commercial All Hg)it-I-f w jef ler 81.flO-t-Ini RIM I pWI fn re Wlw Mrt r, flflT-- l column ffunllf n.l the nwr, CENTS yonr iwflnt mlSteiawi will rerelt ii ktawjnl can MnirtK-ii- , Htiierlntendenl Iter II. J. M Hauon, Failnr. Milert IAI"ripfr.-l- t. morning and onflremel and IVorlh Hnn-laynight, 1'iajer Meeting X'" Wednteday aflec vxo a u. II. li Harrow noon. Rnpnliy Kkha-da- l Superintendent Wmbli k the ntntregil'lnii aa". GIIHITIAN rteafblnrby I'r J W Ho Mrroitd and 1'wiilb lrd'a daft, fuinlaj Hih.ml Mi at IIV Ji. eVTrranie, nurtnfen.leiit. rjlll'J'BkTI IIIAN, Hl Til lUt. I H Mer'f. I my. p'"r e'nnday Hi boot al I n John W. I'nl-.l'rayer Meetlngon Ileut, rKh. fu a Jj NrmMVcrhlj- - Interior .Touriiitl . rOHOhK Ykal THREE Wediel nlfhi- - ean pie eapy IhlaonVee. H t 0Klf-Ji,tiM- l its an at noiXARBATirTY m Mu. FREE! SELF-CUR- Ami allow the imlimllrr In tWI, free ol tlmr(-- , from tho following tholro Hit ol tooki- - 'Th tal )ttlr Metraaful cnotlaf H tlreHndl llleTam.'-(IVH- Medernpeil-ndlM- New. l REUABLE E In TriHit;nti' l'nrtx. Tfifi.lrclftfrlli Xltiht. 'Ihr .nrritlirf'tir Jrimrtte Art' tic I'jriirilltlnit.hy l.leut. Ixiimhower. KIM. l.y Ororgo 7m Mill oufin Wnml'H .tatiirill lllntnvu for Hnyn, wtlh 300 lllbttrmlona. JHmrimrn, THE MIDWINTER irnnnt'Aiir) now relink, for ll.eoireof kerroijj A Meaa ;aiil Vnief Mnilho.l, H Druggtau cm nil I. plain raJed eurelupep-- . AJJr.il On. WAnO & CO., LoaliUm, M. .Ll . . mnA - . ...... .a '"'''l .. I .1 lf.a the 17. H. 09- lr tir I. KemUII rfir h'ohkmim ti;ifr,urwimaiiini. lllntan) of tlicKltuntntii nflrrtnml. U'nrrrlu, r "lr Walter Cmil. A llram l.mlu, lr MlMMulofk. The lUhte IHctloiinry. I.ottu A Uitlrv'm Srrrrt, T Mla DriilJon Call on or aMrrn W, V. WAIJIIV. lilltor Interior Journal, Stanford, Kjr. 1883.- - f.Vmf .llttir, lijr Mr. lltntf Wool. Iiiiioi-- ' Alnmtinc for ISHtl, Tlir Sirlm f tniiff Hntilnnm. A Tmitlmn mi th ilnvnr mil II. 111 CENTURY! NnlaM iinomr me metefiH of Ihll apeelally namhtraralha opeeilng chapter of fPlainEnglishl t --- 3 1 IE1U: EXP111SSED Qlll Wrf-e- fttt ClICuUI llr 1ULITHI ItlT H-r A U'oiihiii'm SoitHiilloiir' InlwnaHen! lory dealing with the pmMent of Hwf.helii among WMiien. Tlielllualrateil lealiiref Ibe law a drerrlpllre piper en A New Norrt by W. I) Uy M.a. Van oflho ti lraJln AHiertran elrhera. (aUlaen ork," llla.trwle.1 by illimi, JdraleU In Nw Itnrni, Inneivt, Jr , ami other, a hleirraplilc.! llll- - llMtA- - 1 BMktl Llatt I'fjtt.lUakt MtUftlVITI d.ie(i"Jtl-kmHyrylsv I ! m ttttm th Urn I nmwftl hm I n I Mwi ' ! tHiiiMrn (Irt. lfll IhAltlm rHtaH ' KfMrtfiMfilmt I liuly mwnr bevvofw-lI immII w am Ihaf l M tcifl tbt . ..ai JkT.th inn TIio Ginciiiati Nows! A "Aiiirrit'iiu rifliffN," rfrelrtlM plctfa la 1' ye -- Iff ID "C ii itMin. tMHlfrublimTn.nj'..lroi,lt , he wlllanawer them. ltouiiltbhdllfll tt tr hitti.t tt DAILY Doxnoorntio Nowspapor! It put.lliheJ to iulrrllri at the Wl.mlng onFreilerlik talk-rudel- y TllK FOX ASH Till: WOLF. A Fox who ttas making n Journoy across tho country to sco his Grandmother onco moro beforo sho Died discovered i Wolf burying something tho Highway. Ho slipped inton r and waited until tho Woll had. passed on, nnd then crept forward and unearthed tho Object, which proved to bo a dead chicken. "All, ha 1" chuckled Roynard, "thin comes from Keeping ouo'h Eyes open as ono travels. Tho Haro would not havo seen tho Wolf at all, and tho Oiossuin would not have had tho Pntienco to wait for him to move on. It s n Big Joko on tho Wolf, and hero goes for n square bo-sifenco-cornc- Till! 1IVMAX HAUL A lady in tho city near which I reside has n lock of hair which is said to havo belonged to tho nnfortunato Mario An toinette. This French Queen's head of hair was n rich and dark nubum in tho morning, nnd gray6y night. Ono hardly wonders thnttho sufferings and terror of that dark day turned tho poor Queen's hair. Thcro aro other cases on record in which hair was grayed in n singlo day or night. Tho color of hair depends on a fluid nt tho lower end of tho thread ; if this bo destroyed, tho hair, which is a hollow tube, receives, of courso, no CVIUUSITIKH OF coloring-matter. only Huns scratch up That's why when thoy nro barefooted. women run out nnd " shoo " tho hens to keep them from doing damage, Wnr.H n child cannot answer a question ho nnver eaye, "Oh, don't bother mo now, I'm busy." Only children of n larger growth deal in biioh subterfuges. ( "You ore weak," said n woman to her sou, who was remonstrating against her marrying again. "Yes, mother," ho replied, "Iumso weak that I can't go a flowor-lcd- s ll'X'JJH iirHUIIHCItlTIONl nr maiu rosTiiiK taid: Uu MiHil-- r, Mllllaa, Kate flreMMway, then: My AdrenliimlnZuhl." ky Krank II ('whine; V I able, on "Tho an hlalMrkal l- lleoft t'reotc In Ihn Ametfran Heroin Ion," llliaetraletl by 1'rnnell, a btogMpblral alretrh of lllulealnl after ilrawlnca by al Toovery yoiimr. niUmmnioaoroM mnn trooblod with nervou or rliy tool 1iloblll- Impotence) clreutar (0111 ty or Han-fill I itrldrwaa on poatal catrtl to five. HARRIS RCMCOY OO. St. Loula, Mo. V want your arit, ea. You need our rmd. Bend and b cvuvin' vd of tbla. lr ST CO ttallf and fiunday ftlltton, ono jrar 4 01 lly8. H. OirMHt, with frweill.ere part rail riagfai-e- d Dalljr anilHumlajrnllllon.ilx nioolhi .. r lHlj anil SunJaf edition, thrra uionlln .. 11U by (Me, ami a lor.tlniHMMi -- r the lre-irmm,' by Mr alaiiilnlna: life, "lb ll-llirM- l All lutiecrlptloni Intarladlr In lb HIHiHiail leaiute r Aiietlraruprof the uinlle.1 free ry llatmek Fexle will ili'lboJew-lal- i HNHiber Include awwefMleMy who will ralna a clul, ol Ihe FrMtlewl," by Mim Kwim lurbnoyear Uanr a leu annual aulieul-r- t at no KMlotr.f-e- , an.1 far- Mencaw, ' by I rank It. ward Ihrtr naiiieeanti nihire, ittgetner wun iru. JAwklM, ' New Nmth Wi.l. by Feature! Ibe IIV I AKItlKIt moaHey, ar . el- ateilmaii. ftb.l-darDallr and fnixUr ioreHia ier week, or H. V. JtataulH Miller, amimm byand other, 4efriMhi Cfirenliltr loonth. rvatle lo rarrlr r itielalne a nilal of great Inlerrat. Ilftr hv riuiT. e. bylleleH i.ray l Two rent! Iallr a tear, la will pay tor a n'oe Fili-e- , II .. Three c nil limnth'a t Sumfar (iloutle atiel. Hwrltf4loi. Ielnntng with Ibt mm-be- r, Jlgrnie. earrina. newaaeaiera, pewtiMjf or anr ami lilu-lli.all t tV l llewetl'a wit ai onebindlictTtTlli: NKWM, arertUlrnt to. tell tin Forllw hack immUr alieedy nihI the 0erin roniormur wun inn anive rait-s- au-re- liued III tht volHMe,three eiinlatltlng Aral rnaptera of .W.WH, I lalK" and that lemarkable aefte "A vorKU William t'urll- -, Txpe era bant Ii eompoaad d llm-.uct,whtlipriineal l TUTT'S .u iir li larw, I,uii, that twit-- ..... simiu: itirv. '" I' rellete III Ir. ' "i1 iIIaII.iii I'- ' ' IniiHirlllee, It rlrMa el,rnitltrii tlielMii(ornll eiifccl.letl lijr tllaeaae,intigor. llieiiitil.ru r iti I - . in, t Iteireth atMtn-ti'- u Mle;lit rolila tifleia euil In nerriiia.T-i-tikuIIiIiiu ' iiierlrAlra Pi lt ruilhiR, H , Hie I Im it- - " lueilglou pMl. iilliure nf Id lie errlil matter i i.dform, ' .i- n ciiiaiiiiiillin taatuf TllK stepfather." Will be tuned l.J Ibe " Thews 1" triumphantly exclaimed a Cincinnati News Publishing Co. Deadwood ' editor, ns n bullet camo Il lia Priuoctatle through tho window and ehattercd tho Kewa, Markela, Agrlrulinra dernteJ lo IMItlre, and l.'leralure, and will I edited with tlie flew ofimklnjll adralr. inkstand, "I know that now Personal alilo Vamllr Nrwipar. column would bo a bucccss." Aaaoew randldate fur uMle fator, The ttrrk-I- r Newa will cater lo Hie requirement ol Hi lead "The bees aro swarming, nnd there's er. It will thorouthlr diacuaaall III iUeatloei oftliedar. It will kits rtlrular attentlea lo no end to' them," said Farmer Jones, luecaineimcoi llionewi riieriai raro win ie Ibe ratloua market truila. In coming into tho house. His littlo lioy laken In ronitllln(fariuar. a aixidli will be of tb THE WEEKLY NEWS! ofperf, complete. 'TheChrietlan laiM-- l t nwMrilrai." All dwleri ic-t-l ninSxi ami ! lemlttami- - uay ! Mde illiectto CO., New York and n laflmati-in- . A ohat mat cough lli teiueily iiimilly. A aa mon that H " lie." fiiiniilllial lee UPtCTORANT. inniiiii' rfe.1- tTUn'S ilileKlil,ub4ura AalllKln lon ralae tlio Iheiii. liornncily tw- - tpl'lj nie lier ' TllK CKXTl'ltr li re n tnke It readily, lor fro up It la be and lurnlllalile a.te. ehowl--Il 41 In erery faullr. a n. Molllra. In l.leaaanl cordial, uac vt.l tr 'lire th moat chil- lr, Afflicted, Attention VOR TITE MILLION. TUTT'S " lUilclie, llllloua u Liverf! DR. 0 ANN'S HEM EDI ES! act dibectly'on'theHyapepila, lillle mxl I'eeer. Cure rilcW tulle,la,illpn-lloii.lllieiimatliiii.l'll- pTlls ea, meal.", Tho Fox devoured his dinner with much .smacking of lips, but had scarcely finished when terriblo pains began to rack his frdmo and ho fell down in tho greatest torment and was soon breathing his last. When tho Wolf returned and saw the dead body of ltaynard and tho feathers of tho Chicken scattered around, ho scratched lus car nnd wrote y'ou'r brothers and sisters laugh you will not eat with a knife, or in his disry: becauso you insist on having a napkin, ."Moral: Camo to his death by being or blacking your shoes when you go to too smart." Detroit Free Press. church or to mako a visit, never mind; OUTWITTING TUB CUUIIT. you aro right, so go ahead. Several years ago when George. FranNo healthful sleep comes except cis Train .was in Australia, tho Captain which follows voluntary or involunta.j of an ocean steamship was fined $30,000 Bctiou of tho body. Pedestrians fall in court for ejecting on his latest voyago into sound, deep sleep at soon as put to six malo passengers from tho ladies' bed, at the appointed timo for rest. parlor, whose rules forbade their enterThis is the sleep from voluntary ing that apartment. Ho had no such muscular exertion. A poreon in sum of money, couldn't raise it, could good health sits around tho houso all not appeal, and tho delay in sailing day; nu invalid uay nil day sit and would rain him. Train, who was a loungo and lio down from morning unspectator, stepped forward and got pertil night nithont sleeping ; and both tho mission of tho court to adviso the hostility man and tho invalid, in tho Captain in private. After tho lapso of course of tho even up, nill become- sleepy half an hour ho returned, nnd was about and fall iuto sound ropnse, tho result of to address tho court when ono of tho tho wcarinesi which involuntary action magistrates asked whero tho Captain brings about ; for tho various organs of was. don't know," said Train. "Ho tho body, tho heait, tho liver, tho stom-ncis no client ot mine. I left him outtho eyelids, work bteadily every side." Search was made, and n lino of day. Tho intestines aro as ceaseless in black smoko in tho ofling Bhowed that their motion as tho waves of tho ocean; tho Captain was off for England. as theso latter aro nlivays dashiug to bucwrr TACTICS. ward tho shore, so is tho great viscereal Thcro is no doubt that the great machinery working, working, working, society, smooths down tho pushing tho wastes of tho lwdy down edges of our thoughts mid manners. ward and outward from tho first breath Christianity teaches us to love our of uxistenco to tho hist gasji of life. neighbor as ourself; modern society There is not a movement of tho Byxtem, no neighbor, voluntary or involuntary, external or Tho maneuvers nnd tactics of society Internal, which does not require potter . to causo it. When that power is to a urtifJnftnUt'b mora numerous uid,4in finitely jlner tlian those of war nnd certain extent exhausted, instinct brings strategy. 3n tho sensation of sleepiness, which is Quo cannot ask anothor to meet a pertho result of exhausted power, intended son in his own lioiibo without going uy nature to sccuro that cessation from through n sum ot moral arithmetic. iclivity which gives time for recuperatIntroduction is it formality and n bore, ion', very much as a man who rims for and should 'never boiesortod to by n Mvliilo stops and rests, so as to get d host, except in a casual war. strougor to run again. Wo get up Ju i .I.V I'.VmXSH'IS UAXGUK. tho morning with a certain amount of Tho Maxwell raucho contains 1,700,. reserved or accumulated strength ; in 000 acres of New Mexico laud, and tho - tho course of tho day that strungth oxpouded to the point ucossary Atchison, Topeka utid Bantu Fo rnihoad for tho commencement of a now supply, paisus through it. The man whoso which counts from rout, tho rest from uamo it hours got it by marriage mid by - sleep. Opium uarcotjes, all forms of ptirolmiug vurloim interests. Ho has put it iuto an Ibitflish stock company, anodynes, causo sleep artificially, compelling rest. A horse may bo tired so and m 'feitco is loiug built uroiuid it, thut ho cimmit move ; ho is comiiollixl prupuiutory to tho raising of bloodod to bo at rest ; it is not tho rest of tired-oos- stock ou.it largu scale. bunco it is unnatural. Anodynes, with "Auantim," ho murmured, in a uciikc, titi a muu down ; they tako pathos in his voice, "why do yon i away his potvtr of motion, thoy coiniic quivt-at my touh? Why do you rest, but it is not the rout which Is the shrink from my tunbnicw m the ulurtlod strength, it is an fuwu tromhlos at result of usod-tithe rustling of tho Artificial rent causing nu artificial sleep, uiitiimu luuVMt?" "1'to been not natural ; and sleep which is unnatshetaid. ural cuunot bo healthful ; honco tho Tim most truthful and unobtrusive truth of tho lint utterances of this chapter -- healthful sleep comes from the man in tho community will, in ono wook eijendlturo of tho strungtli of tho body ufter ho becomes tho owner of a tettor lu vuriotw forms of wereibo. Hall's dog, dovolop into a talented, gaudy and vsteututiutu liar, Journal u( 1 halt It. Thcro is ono caso on record in which n mnn's hair chtngod throe times. Ono lady is still living, who, at tho nge of soventy, has a suit of hair without a gray strand in it. A gentleman aged 111 had tho color of his hair naturally restored n short time beforo his death. Another, nt his 110th year, had it full suit of lrair return to his head. Another, named Nazarclio, of Vienna, in 1774 had a full suit of hair and a complete set of second teeth. Workers in cobalt-min- es havo blue, and workers in copper-minegreen, Lair. In somo countries parents paint tho children's hair Vermillion. Albinos havo hair ncarlr whito and almost liko tlircadi of spun glass. s, li be-cau-so "I h, tobacco ?" "Well, sir, that which is known as aced-lca- f tobacco is tobacco grown from tho socd originally brought hero from Havana tho homo of tho finer tobacco of tho world. Tho seed is transplanted in our ioil, and often ono or two crops from the original seed, after it has reached its in quality. This excellence iu flavor, which is much liko Havana growth itself, continues through several irops, but finally deteriorates, when it becomes necessary to renow tho seed again. Tho first crop from seed transplanted from Havana is not usually ns good as the second, third or fourth. Just why I can scarcely tell, except it bo tho effect of tho difference in soil and tobacco ''Whero is seed-lea- f climate." grown iu this country?" "In Connecticut, Pennsylvania theso being the most popular kind New York, Ohio Interview with a and Wisconsin." seed-lea- f wimnu iris "What is ai:r uvu iiavasji George came in a second afterward and said thcro was nu end to olio of 'em, too. nuyhow, nnd it was red-hrestaurant a gentlean At man, who is much fatigued, falls ngninf t another guest and upsets a over him. "Scnsh mo I" said tho party of tho first part, iu a voice husky with emotion, but fao' ish I'm lilt " "Tho fact, sir," replioa tho other with severity, " is that you weren't absent enough I" from the VcncA, As American, who started to rido from Colima to Monzanillo was stopped d bandit. on tho highway by a " Pardou, scnor," exclaimed tho latter, " but perceivo that you have my coat on. Will you havo the kindness to Tho American produced n and, cocking it, said : " Honor, I am of tho opinion that you aro "On closer mistaken about that coat, observation, I perceivo that I am," tho bandit answered, and disappeared in tho wood. all-nigwntcr-dccuit-well-arme- I iliac inn Interest and MANUFACTUUKil 11Y W. K. OANN, M. P., llletatur iricultuie. (iei-en- l deioteil ! rarioui inalten sited Tar Ibe lamllr circle win MONTICELLO. K . euniprtae an Important drpartnitnt ol Ibe and It will be Ibe iwrpoaent Ibe iiianaeeuieiit toeo and publlih tbeTbe Wreklr Newa aaloniiii rllt It aed make It a welcome latter In Tbewoefl I Slle.1 with lb weakeMftal, Wwaiil-f- ul mend nerjr lo t and Intricate miration al yet M Ibe bouse Sold. er-coniMn,.! talent awl renin that the wwctd I arte quarto, The Weeklr Newilia o.aiilwlt n known ha Deter prodaeeed anylklna: Ibat matter, printed oo a " Mnlbwl tMHni nub 'lr llimi'a fleam die to dtaeaier 1 One article ol calendared wprr. yet, raiM aklllarkl aelenew I lie lit order lo reach all rlaaaee,!! will n any ihlagwiiaat la theej. bribe .nr of Ike Mlowlnc low I w kkeh are reeaaameatded thratuh-ouI'Tioxt 1 tlriurearand umw llxy priloeil tt4 tk.maawh Aa heirt are Ike land, and aa A alnnlecop, one jear - . ... f 00 the tHtlh and hreaiUh ejtandard Faaallr Medicine, l bey rennet la- ntu0ife, A clun of ten ceplea, mailed to one W one rear an I are fully aHbatanllate.1 by Ik itcWMC-A club of twenty roplci, nulled to one iot- trail men tat. ........ ..17 00 For CVghi, CVU. Crewp. llrtnehHI office, ono year A dub of thirty coplet, nulled to one poet- and all tilvaaeaa l tb Threat and Lunie, . 21 09 . office, one year... .. A club of forty coplea, nulled to one puel- Vhv Dr. fJitim'rt CoiikIi SO 00 . . oflce. one year And larger club at tborateof li crnti per copy per annum For UrerOnnptalnt.liyafoHa. !kliteJaua-dlre- , CkiaitlmlhNi, Near MomachaMd all lltlleul And in addition, ThetVcekly Ncwa will Ik ma mimii who will raiae a DIMel. dubollwcTily or inure annual lubecr bcra at one and aJJren lixe Dr. (I'ltnn'M I.lTfr Cure. puatomre, and forward their iiainr with the roiulalte amount ol money, aa pcr-abtable ol rite. For niieuntatlaM, Neural-ia- , 8hwIh, lltuler l ml Mwelllngi-aneilecnal applUatkn Manor jT, tlio Heart, Kllllnna, Torpid I.lrer.alKl I'rmale Irrerilarltle, If you do not "reel atlmuUlralL iry wU,"aiatepillat ll-tn' inipartiriwtotM Itomaeh. catwalk. npl Hurray t .K.T. rl'ra lrlre.rir. liltMANUAL fRtt.-TOR TUTT'S viWnlTt iu, iiati:s or sviisi'iii ..... l.IJal !, HALL'S 1 51 ATARRH nlo UilE Njrii. 13 EECOMKxDtJ) UY PHYClCIAKq PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS leai Unc ft ono Ciuirrh of th- Kaa-i- l Cjtlty-Chro(J lcor.lt ucl J.ltarrti of tho Car. Cyo or Tnront. it t takon INTbHNALLV.and nets UinZOTLY upon th Olood nnd Muooua Uurtjcea of tho Oistam. It I tho foBt Olood Purtnor In tho W03LD. nnii Is worth ALL that lo ch.Viiod for It. for THAT nlono. TTTB CURE - - dtatrlbuleil among I boa who obtain and Will Nw lb ten largcat lub of full rate iubcrilra Irom any one Hta'e by the lit day ol July, 1883. Each luburlptloo la tbese club will be aend tuTbe Weeklf $1,000 IN GOLD ! U 2d d Dr. (Jitim'rt I.lniniciif. Hnra. Ittu4a and all C1JLV IKISRKAl Ilemerrbolda, rorllle. dlMaae. ilmllar Unc Dr. Wnitii'M IMIo OhKiiionf. For Freab Cull, Huma, Ulcer and OM Korea, co Mrs, Lovcapplo bought a new dress. It was poult do soio of a delicate grass-greeTo mutch tho dross sho had a pair of boots. They wcro also poult do soio of Inspired with a delicate grass-greethe idea of pleasing her husband, sho daintily lifted tho hem of her garment, aud displayed a foot worthy of Cinderella, 'i What do you think of that, dear?" sho tenderly asked her liego "Imsieusor innocently reord. sponded the partner of her lifo. Manchester Timet. n. ijr An, vellt IT1 put the trt la lull old MCTltolrs ; time we met four bitr griy, Lit o meet no moro. And now Abo e ) our CTre the grinta mingle, And I uu fortj, fit and tingle. Mouenpoii effect of slang: ONE DOLLAlt PEE YEAR. " " " " " " " ' ra Fur Largrit Club. " tlh " 6th " lib " Kth ' ' ....1)00 In gold Vho Dr. (.'iiiin'H lIHIcr-Suc- ct ... loo 90 ... - 0 OIlllUICIII. " " " 6lh 7th 10th . Unc Dr.fJitnit'M.Stoiiiitclt A Itrllalde Toole. Arpctlaer and M TO .... Ol 60 JO SO ... -- SI, tOO Total y aeAll order Bole proprietor. Mootb-r.lo-, M-- tl Partle working lor the thnra wemluiua luuit, by null will recclie pompt aluntlon rurl-edInrariably aend one dollar with each name and tbey abould giro nainei with I. O. lb lubacrlberi and aend luoury at fall areobtalnvl amount or mooef way be aeni uy roan ai ttwall tbo CouiiaDj'a rial, but nuiouiilaoter li muat I sent by poatoffice money ordir, check or by reuli-cerletter. BruJ lor rpeclmen copy and then ubicrlbe for It. AdJresa TllK WKhKLY KEiVB, Uncinnatl, Ohio, SCI and 214 Uaco ttli-et- , ..... ' " IHrlDrr, Liter and alra cure lndlvlii.rlodleal Complalot, Malailat lerrn and all Manufacturtd and far aalo by Ilieae. Ijlela, I1 Did ci And wooffarOnn Mundrod Dollars tor nny Onaw-- of Ontirrh It will not Cure WILL. Cf UK ANV CAB1-- (KSca of A. T rrrewAar ft CVx'l Cntatoo, 111, Jan.-4- , 1U. ( .. Tvlnjo, O. Jfeaara. F J rhntevit -- I tak phMKura In Informing roil Unilmrn uaod Hall a CkiUrrti Cum It luu that I nd ilon'l hraitatn to nmlrm any 'hatlswuimrcnLyi-aaoo- f Cutarrblf taken Yuun truly, nruperty. liris Tin: JiAiiutTutl M CAMRH ho lJ w. ic. 2:. x)., T70HTII OlO A llOTTI.K. llara hail wrltr S. Mciiiur. JacLacti, Mh-hHaifa Catarrh Cure cured wa. Dooilder It worth 1 1110 nloltl, dd nil Drwatiata at IS rta per bottln, vi'.vir.tMrrJl an.1 mT F J CHUXCY CO. IVlXXtO, OUIO. . .Tt-nU- atArrhfor!Myr. For ullo Slanfird by Fenny A MeAIUler. T -- LBJ. sr yas Manufacturer. TllK HUIUIIUA.VS. Tho two Hhoridans wcro supping with mo ono night after tho opera, at a period when Tom expected to get into Parliament. " I tliiulf, father," said her " that many men who nro called great patriots iu tho House of Commons nro great humbugs. For my own part, if I get into Parlia. niyaolf to no jxarty, hut writo upon my forehead, in legible characters, 'To bo let.'" "And under thut," snid his father, o, well-bre- s, r v&cci-uuUd- ," Boutii End girl thanked a man who a ami ho gavo her lla sent iu a street-caA litigant who had been unsuccessful 7 21 ii ir Atbland marriotl her ami proved to bo worth 4Uaui llunllngton beforo a general term of the Hupremo lUiu No. 1. No. 6. $100,000. (Wo circulate thia lio in tho No. . Kuktii. Court demanded that his caso should bo hopo of inducing tho girls o bo more a lluntioglon.. nppoalcd. t SO a u Lt. AiblanJ-- ... courteous.) , 7 IS iu " " On what grouud ("asked his lawver. Mt.merllng.. 11 SS a ui S SO a lo 10 a " "Ou tho ground that tho court was A siiAitK rtt Koy West ato a dog, two Arr. Wlncbeattr .. 12 21 p u C CO a ui Lciluglou 115pm 7 45 iu S IS p in a lit p tu 7 Islington drunk." i 00 p UI S 85 a ui a 55 put catH. four beef boucs. thrco old booU. ui 3 Farli. "Drunk 1" ojaculatcd tho counsel. two bear bottles and un oyster can, and " Cyntblana. ... 3 M p ui 10 II aa ui 4 V0 a in IV u 5 24 pui Kaliouutb...... 4 45 p Ul "Drunk,"ropcatod the client. "Didn't ho was still hungry wiion tlio uoya liau Arr. Corlugton 0 15 p Ul 11 53 a ui 63 put you toll mo that it was a full bench?" to quit and go to Bunduy school. MAYaVaLE DIVISION Jlruoklun JCaule. No. Lr.leilngtouSpui. Arr May villa S lOpin V 23am No, 10 " Boston's two heaviest taxpayers aro No. II " Maytrilleouoau. '" Maylllo H 4tam PniwimtNT Airr nun h sioepiug onuiu-li1'arl 20 a u. Houso U nn Intense Moses Williams and Joshua Bears, who No. 12 ' MajiTlllelJtlpin " Uilngtoa S3m in tho White hky bluq, oven tho woodwork nbont tho oro assessed for 83,300,000 and ?3,2,. No. C runa dally and baa day loaibil from Cinwalls, doors mid window a being of that 000 respectively. Bears is a youug man, cinnati to Waahluglou, I'ullman hlceiien lo kana.wba Fall. W Va. and llrcllulfg t'bair I'ar lo Lexvivid huo. Tho walls aro papund with not loug oat of college. ni,i KIaim otilv al fttaliuna on K C. IL It. wbertluit glren. No. 2 rum dally, except silver, delicately flowered in gold. Tho No. Buudiy, hia through toaibto InDiANArotis has it girl 20 years old 4 run dally, cxtrptHunday, ha through ooub furniture, curtains nnd lambrequins aro to Mararille. No. to Mt. bterllDg who claims tho ability to haudlo and runidaUyi baa and parlor carroach from ttaahlng-S cligautday blue mitiu damusk, with a very small count $1,000 iu small bills lu four min- ton, I uuuiiu nieriicr irom aimwin aeii. ,...,. rara rrciiii lxluir nil to (InduUltl. IIUlT gold floucr on it. utes. Bho'd count all tho monoy out of Ibre itopa. Nu. 1 aud 3 tun dally, except Buu- day. and Hate ibrougu coacne iruu iiuuuoguiu a bank in two hours. Convkusation in n theater lobby and Ml. Hleillng. Direct couuectlou at Uxlugtou wllb ilagr rorltkbuioud.Ky., Lawrcnceburg.Ky., young manund an elderly guest: a Iurnova the wit you havo bought at a and Vrwlll,Ky. C, U linOWN, Young mau "I must havo Boon you U. W. IIENDEI1. you have Oeu'l l'aaa. i, Tkt. AgL UuiwrlDUodent. oniowhcre, sir?" Elderly gent "Yery dear ruto. and tho wisdom Ucneralomicii CuTlngtoo, ICy, gained by sad experience likely, I am a pawnbrokor." A VULL 1IKSC1I. A r, . ,- -.er . '" "unto, ' Uulurllishd.," Michael Jul. UKFVltXK IX A l'MZE-FlQllAn admirer of a referee iu a prizefight described him hs follows : " Jock Hardy is u rcinarkabjo man. He's a littlo fellow won't wvigh over 125 tiounds lt and a perfect geutloman ; ; you'd nice, quiet and think you was talking to a lady. Ho hasn't an enemy in tho world ; not ono ho killed all of them ; somo sixteen or seventeen, 1 think. After that everybody was his friend ; thoy had to bo. Six of 'cm got after him onco, and ho only killed six out of tho lot. Why, ho'd give his decision thcro if thcro was ton thousimd against him." blim-buibtnooth-Bpokeu T1IE MOST DE8IUABLE UOUTE T-O- And decidedly the l'opulir Iloute, attordlng, a It doc, lei cuaugea and aupcrlor accouuodallona to GINC IBT NATI! Miuouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, lic HpeiUtars will Una of tha trroateat valuo wnoro a. xonio is noces-sarI recommend It us u reliable remodlal BKont, poasesalnir undoubted? nutritlvo and properties. ,restorative LvnUritM, Ill'V.A.I.HOHIia Wrltsa: Anr n thorouch trial of tha pleasure lllUti TOKIU, l nava in nuuntr tnat I trreuliy beneutou ov im uco. xalnlatera nnd Pub W.MMm tmffj'ifWMMi n ervrmvmwrm ta IL00E It Hr aw vt romfrlneif Ion of JVo fojrltfe of JroH, J'rrwrian ii tKifuluM form, JKOHtll, Jjom of Jlark anif J'AuiiAoru m W. J'otrcr PURIFIES ayT- i'rulra((oii of I flat 41 it Indltinnta' KE V. J. L. TO WNES, .liiix-Ht- for t, 1m IntltutVy, 111., aaya: "Xconaldar it moat excellont remojv for a tho dablliUtcd vital rorcca. Mt m iV a JT SB Jr wr aw aW a aaxWWWWy aWW M aw faw W (bW aiaKaafl Am a Ay., TlViil3ll12X BR. 1IARTER MEDICINE CO., til t(, g, Joes, . ItUU CT CT. WJI3. Tb North, North weal and Weal. Iu fact. If you coot opiate a trip lo any directum, your Inlerrat will l.a mIwptmI t,v nurrhaalDtf: ruur ticket via K. C and Clutlnnatl. STralua each way 2; Full ew man Palace t'aia; Llrgaut ii uoaiue, auu bandaomely furuiibed lUxllnlng Chair Can form lb uneuualrd equipment! or tbli Old ltelltble, ui thereby making a trip orer thli line on ol luiu-rlocomfort and plcaiur. Try It. TIME TAULK. INEFFEOf DEC. SI, bOUTII. 1882. THE- - No. ID CO 2. No. 4. 2 SO No. 6. INTERIOR JOURNAL Lre. Corlugton Faluioulli..... " Cyntblana .... 00 am iu s m II 80 a to " Farl- 12 IS p u C S3 Arr. Lexington. I i m 7 SO Lie. Islington Arr. Wlncbeiter... i 21 p ui a 20 no Hurling... 3 ui p m Ml. liu a 4 10 ill p u 8 00pm p ui illSpu p u 10 IW pm IU 10 10 put p UI 1120 pm p u 11 25 put p ui 12 10 am p ui 12 U am ''Wig '"itli "yWLl'hV atHgTiTalaCl IE PVlSaVTatflaBBBBBBBBB BPSIB-laivflJlHIP '' - JaaaaBaPI- -' " TOB la FEINTING OFFICE Proparod to do all kinds of Printing in tlio Best of Stylo and at City Figuros. Try us. S'FJimJSXr