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For Dyspepsia, Goatlweineise, raifliEiiirei ,Hkh Headache, Jaundice, Impurity of Ilia JliJ Illood, rnTertnd Ajrtir, Malaria, anil all Diseases caused Iy Do- rangement of liver, llottela and Kidney. rlHDa, Hid Ilrealh l'ln In ihe Side, somctlm.s Die rata li fll under lti Shoulder-bladmistaken for Dowels general tat of appetite Kheumatitra generally costive, sometimes alternating with last the head Is troubled with pain, Is dull and heavy, with considerable loss rf memory, accompanied with a painful sensation of leaving undone something which ought to have been done, a slight, dry cough and flushed face Is sometimes an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complains of weariness and debility nervous, easily startled, (ret cold or burning, sometimes a prickly sensation of the skin esists, spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied thst cierclse would be bene 6cial, yet ona can hardly summon up fortitude to try It In fact, distrusts every remedy Several of the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them cslited, yet examination after death has shown the JLlvcr to have been eitensively deranged. 510. New Departure in Me Application of STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY "Those who go Down lo the Sea in Ships." What Doctors Do. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 124. IV. T. P. WALTON, R. WALTON. - ditor and Proprietor - Business Manager riml frlitityn, i'nblainl Ttirnttav P rpiww don't tend illmpijn parmtMof eub-de- fltlnn. nrfft la make t liange. and then of nominations not nser three rents, f f. rr-- i they cost the Now York dealer twelve superior: "Telephone J. C, and if cents. That is for the very best qual- you find tho applicant is still in His ity, such as ho sells for about twenty employ, you had better fix him." cent." Tin: intornal revenue system should The laws of Kentucky, nnd for that be reformed so that thcro shall be no mattw of all the Slates should plainly tax on any article of domestio producsetlorlh the penalty for crime, and it tion except spirits. The tariff should should only rcmaiu for tho court or Ho reformed so that the rovenuo it jury to determiuo the guilt or inno-ceu- yields will equal tho amount required of tho accused. If hanging is for an honest and economical admin to bo tho penalty for murdor, let it bo istration of the Government, There so set forth in tho law that tho jury is no difficulty whatever, even at this will havo nothing to do but to roturn Into day, in passing bills which will a verdict of guilty or not guilty, nnd accomplish this purpose. The demo tho judgo be only required to pro- crats will ruako no opposition to such nounce tho eontenco and see that It is bills; and if tho republicans fail to preexecuted. As long as juries aro left sent thorn and fail to carry them thro' to say what the penalty shall bo for the republican party will have to ancrime and mlsdemeauors, just so long swer for tho failure. N. Y. Sun. we may expect to see, a deplorable Tho flood camo upon Louisville aud Somerset Reslate oft lawlessness. drownod five of her citizens. With ' porter.' commendable enterprise the Courier-Journa- l Grcon hair 1 coming iuto fashion in is now engaged in publishing Paris. Already several beauties of in big capitals a list of those who the first rank havo boon observed in were not drowned. As an original the boxes at the theatres whoso heads iiloa it is an exceedingly clad" in Kentucky were in "youthful verduo thrifty one. You can't tickle a dead the literal senso of tho word. Un- man's couceit. News. fortunately, it is no easy matter to Mrs. Hosa M. McDonald, Louisville dye the hair ereeu. This color can only be imparted to white hair Hair say she ha derived gerat benefit from of any other color must first bo dyed Urown's Iron Dittors in nervousness and geucral debility. white. co uten a very linking study of Glad- atono as a man and a slittesmnii, show ing how oven tho mora or loss tiniater moral and intellectual traita of id na turo, quito at much as hi nativo forco and elevation of charac The fascination of Washington. ter, compiro to inako him tho foromoat Outside of tho charmed circlo of Kngliihman of hia time. Hon. Geo, V. Julian's "Railway Influcucoin the Washington all other thing gradually Lsnd Office," ia a grave, judicial ex lose their interest. Listening to the posure of the practices which, against voico of tho siren, men no longer what is said in their own country. tho manifest intent of the law and the of tho poet's of tho highest courts, Like tho lotus-cate- rs determination have won for corporation million up dream, they sit down and say: "Wo on million of acre of the public do will return no more." After a while main. Richard A. Proctor writes of tho senso of power and privilege ho the "Pyramid of Cheop;" Prof Win. come so strong upon a man that ho G. Summer of "Prolectivo Taxes and- - dimly fancies that he has a life-leWage;" Elirur Wright of "Some As- of hi official term. To him tho rudo pects of Blftj Insurance;" nnd finally, Calais, tho vulgar dissonauce and tho caucuses of his distant conthere is a symosium on "Ivduoatintml cross-roNeeds," by Prof. G. Stanley Hall, stituents seem contemptible. Ho is Prof. Felix Adler, President Thomas rich and increased in goods. Ho has Hunter and Dr. Mary Putnam Jaw-b- i. tho full power of a Senator or Kepre Published at 30 Lafayette Place, seutative, long in the service, repeatand honestly mindful New York, and for salo by booksellers edly of tho wishes of those who elect him, generally. term nfter term. Hut his heart and Tho business in dressed meat has life aro in Washington in Washinggrown to cuonnous proportion in whero ho passes for all ho is worth, Chicago. Moro than 7,000,000 hogs ton, and whero obsequious and '2,000,000 head of beef cattlo havo been slaughtered there in a year. clerks and servitor wait upon his is no reason Tbeso are convoyed to tho stock yards every movement. There why this increase-lade- n and sun lightby 18 different railroads. Tho killing ed cxistenco should not eudure forov is now usually done by shooting the Ho can not with patience think back of tho car, nnd ma cr. animal just of returning to hi old home, with its chinery doe nearly all tho work of crude belongings, its cynical critics dressing. It is only three-- to fivo minNew and its uuadmiring neighbors. ute from tho time a bullock is ibol York Times. for tho until ho ho is quartered ready j?jx Him. A KenHad Bt-rr-it icebox. Tho furniihing of fresh beef to the Kutcrn markot began only a tucky divino wrote not long since to few years ago, when ono firm under- tho passenger agent of a certain road, took to send choice cuts to several ho- informing him that his annual pass tels near Chicago, and found that tho for 1882 had expired. He expaciated plan worked woll enough to provo tho on the benefit ho had derived from the feasibility of shipments to more distant old pass, and how pleased and happy points.1 There were delays and losses it nisdo his wife and children to know at first, but u suitable refrigerator car that ho was permitted to travel over was soon invented, and now there aro tho road without paying faro. Ho fino difficulties in the traffic. After the nally closed his epistlo by saying that best part of tho carcase are shipped, ho thought he was deserving of an exthe coarvo meat is canned or mado in- tension of the favor for another year, to sausage, tho blood dried and tho and sigued himself a worker in Jesus bouos ground for fertilizers, tho horns Christ, cto. The head clerk who resold to combmakers and every ecrap ceived tho letter indorsed it on the turned to account in soruo way. "Wo b'ack by asking instructions from tho are celling the best loin for 11 cents a gonoral passenger agent. Tho applipound," says a leading slaughterer, cation was returned to the chief clerk "and addiug a cent for freightage, with the following written on it by his pre-emind ase ad door-opeucrs, The North American Review for Mnr. opens with mi nrticlo on "Money iti Elections," by Henry Ocorgo, who bring to tlio (liscuwioii of Hint lirtck. noyctl subject n contribution full ol originality, troiliuc. nml keen intiglit; ha print out with mlmirablo clcrtrnoss one sourco of our politicAi His, and proposal a remedy tlmt seems lotii eminently practicable and efficient. ItobertH. Taylor write of tho "Subjugation of tho Mississippi' a work which, in hi opinion, nml in that of tho MUiisaippi Commission, of which, ho U a member, can bo accompliohed only by employing, for tho purpose of deepening nml straightening the chan nel, the forces developed by tho river itsclt. Moncuro 1). Conway coutrib Ono of tho most simple, useful and prncticablo applications of electricity, which has yet been given to tho public, is embodied in tho now invention of tho Portablo Electric Light Company. Tho littio machino which ia now nttrncting so much deserved attention is a imall electrical coutri vmico which perforins tho duties of lighter and a I urglar alarm. As a lighter it can ho arranged lo produce inslanlaucous light throughout tho homo, nud can also bo attached to n medical galvanic coil by which a powerful current of electricity can bo conveyed. Tho instrument is small and compact, occupying a spaco only fivo inches square, and can readily bo carried from room to room, as it weigh but fivo pounds. In the sec orid capacity when attached to window, safe or door, tho unfailing current place tho trespasser in a decidedly cmlmrras'ing position, confronting such a party with u startling bell and instant light. It is equally adapted fur tho ordinary Uses of a call hell. Many prominent business men aro iuteiesttd in the company, which wns incorporated under the laws of Massachusetts Orders or inquiries should bo addicted to tho biniuess office, No 22 Water Street. Tho instrument is sold at tho low price of fivodollars for tho lighter; ten dollars complete with Doston Evening Star. attachment. hundred aud nincty-tevesteamships wcro lost during tho year 1882. Tho Iom nt ten in tho old tailing vessels times was appalling, but rcliablo statistic wcro never kept until vesieli became insured. Tho wrecking then was tho result of storms and accidents along tho sen cost, aud was accompanied by great loss of life. Steam vessel aro subject to d liferent kinds of casualties their loss is by collisions with other vessels, by ex plosions, but thoy rarely run on shore except when fogs prevail or captains loso their reckoning. Of this largo number of steamships destroyed only sixteen wcro American, while 192 wcro British. This is because Amori-e- n has practically no steam navy, and it flag is now rarely seen upon the Congress has ken trying to ocean. amend our laws so as to cncotirago tho building of ship which will float tho American Hag. Hut so long as labor is cheaper in tho llritish Isles, and iron is inure readily available for tho manufacture of vessels, there docs not seem to lie much prospect of our hav ing n naval marine. It is really u curious circumstance that tho nation with tho largest const line aud tho most important orls in the world, and a greater quantity of goods to send abroad than any other country, should be so circumstanced as to havo no Demorest's shipping of its own. Monthly. Two Tho About once in twenty years tho doctors relabel all tho old complaints and givo them now names. Thirty-od- d years ago pneumonia was "lung fever" and "sciatica" plain "rheumatic." But complaints with these English names aro bad for doctors. Pcoplo got too well acquainted with them and then thoy learn lo euro themselves. When tho doctor find them out they tho whole lot. This is dono by charging a gun full of Greek and Latin words and firing into tho old complaints. Where a shot hits tho name sticks. Tho sick aro frightened when thoy aro told that these words nro tho matter with them and think somothing now and awful has got them. When a doctor has tried to euro a sick man and can't, ho tells him he's got "malaria." Nothing readily cures malaria but dying. Doctors usually disagree and tho more thero are of them, tho moro do they disagree. No dozen of doctors ever yet agreed entirely upon a man's complaint uuless he was drownod or blow hi brniDs out. Every tow years tho doctors find out that something thoy used to do is entirely wrong and likely to kill more than cure. But they stick up just tho same for whatever they are doing New York Graphic. now. Clirnnle Dlar- - H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, tbtl ha Kentucky, has received SYMPTOMS OF A IiISFAHEll Withes to Inform hit Patront of Stanford tnd vicinity T.tVKR. Fall and Winter firt-ol- a Goods, Which ho guarantee to make up in style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no tale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. Foray AH'sdJistar PHAiMACISTS nilLICM (T)-(Ckis, be need by aU pernonfl, old anil younp, whenever any of the nlxfre symptoms appear. reraon Traveling- or Living In localities, by taking a dose occasionally to keep the IJver In healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, Illlloua attacks. Dirtiness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression cf Spirits, etc It will Invigorate like a glau cf wine, but Is no Intoxicating; beverage. If You have eaten anything hard ot digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or sleepless it night, take a dose and you will be relieved. Tlmo and Doctors' IJIlla will be saved by alvray keeping the ltegnlntor In the Ilnusel For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy Is hartnlraa and rine not Interfere with business or pleasure. IT IS TUnELT VEOnTAIItK. And has all the power - It aliould IH- - JWgWBLv t ' Ojo -- -" - rt vr watch s jurugs, aiauonery and Fancv Articles. X3DOHS, I'hjljclsns' A li ijKwi:i,i:itM! AA "'wtsfrw.Tca ' preset Inllont arrnrttely compounded, i iwpiaaiMBu iPJajT !BjiBWrTL Am eASx, . Largest Stock nf Wnlclicn, Clocks, Jewelry & Silverware Ever brought to Ibis market Print Lower than the lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry lU. palrr-lo- n short notice and Warranted. and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects. Simmons IJver Regulator has been In use In my family for some time, and I am satisfied it Is a valuable addition lo the medical science. J Cut. Shoxtu, Governor of AU. flWfXl -itsro I) rr aar? A floTernora Testimony. :iSITIAIBIXilJSI! :E3ik.:R,:isr:Eiss JJV at 1 SH.I . IT HAA.fl Swr President's Salary. One of the stockholders of a new W cittern railroad was a farmer who had accumulated his money by hard toil, and when ho had put in an appearance at the meeting to elect a hoard of directors ho felt it his duty to remark : "Gentlemen, as I understand this thing, wo elect tho board and tho board elects tho officers." Somo ono said that he was right, aud he continued : "I don't go a cent on high salaries, and I want that understood. I am in favor of paying our president a good living salary, and no more." "How much do you call a good living salary!" asked ono of the crowd. "Well, $2 a day is tho going wages, Hero tho meeting began to roar, and it was two or three minutes before the orator had a chance to conclude. "But of courso we want a man who can ruu an engine, switch a train, handle freight, keep books and lick any body who won't pay fare, so I shall not object to $2 60 a day." Detroit Freo Press. OAJJ.ANT DEI'EKgE OF THE GlELS. Wo havo often noticed that a young man who shrieks most frequently and but" shrilly for an improvement in tho character of our women, both mentally and physically, is usually a littio, spindle-shank- ed k, and lantern jawed cuss, weighing about 100 pounds, who hasn't senso cuough of his own to get off tho track when tho train is coming. Let's havo no more of such nonsense. Tho girls and wo men of ay are h great deal too good for the deserts of the average mau. When you hear u man crowing about the depreciation ot tho gentle sex, set him down as a nincompoop. Lincolnton (Ga.) News. half-cranto-d- Jobu David Bowman was nearly dead to marry, and a young lady was procured to tell him she would make him happy. The day was set and all preparation made, and the license, a magistrate's warrant was procured. Tho ceremony was to occur at nine in the eveniug, and John David was on hand. Tho moment came, the was said, and the couple were pronounced man and wife. The bride and bridesmaids were closely veiled and the groom was assured that such was the fashion. After thoy were married a dance was participated in and tho ruso was kept up until bed time. When John proposed to retire his bride quietly removed tho veil and dress, and there stood ono of the neighbor boys in his shirt sleeves. John vowed vengeance for the insult and went so far as to procure a pistol with which to kill the ringleaders. He, was dissuaded from his purpose, but he would never more have any thing to do with those who bad so cruelly deceived Herald. The Owingsville Outlook, no doubt fearing that Kentucky's treasurer may be tho next to follow the suit of Tennessee's and Alabama's, remarks: "It is not a good thing to keep a man in office forever, and it is about time our State Treasurer, Hon. James W. Tate, was stepping down and out. He has made a good and honest official, but tho offices are so few, and worthy men to fill them so plentiful, that if the Tate plan of everlastingly freezing to them is carried out, they won't go around. We want to see some good man tacklo Dick Tate." cero-mony says i Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Liver Regulator, and wish to give it a further trial. many remedies for Dyspepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the catent Simmons IJver Regulator has. I tent from Minnesota to Georgia lor it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who art tim. ilariy affected to give It a trial a it teems the only tiling that never fails to relieve. P M. Jajnirr, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. W. Mason tayst From actual In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In my practice 1 have been and am aausfied to use and prescribe It as a purgative medicine. Take only the Gennlnc, which always Vnpper the red Z Trade-Star- k I w of J. II. ZKILI.V & CO. nY ALL DRUGGISTS Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, or Ga., shop, - a IlelleTe.H "The tinlr Thing that nerer I have used fall to Having bought out S. H. Bnuglinmn, wc will keep on luuid u nice lot of Horses nnd Buggies, which wc will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. Wo are also in And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. NTOJrarai.Y, BTAn0t2oD,v. Eespectfully, THE COAL TROE. ROBBED mmmm-mm-m TbouMndiof gravra are innuallj robbd 110111 lcllmt. Itres prolonged, happiness ami health rc- VJ UN OI IDA of tbMr RrCM GEEMANINVIG0RAT0RI Which positively and permanently rurea 1)11 tio-- f (caused by ol any etiri,rrtAlteux, rxcenee diseases kind,) ftrsnf-ti- an aud all that follow I II sequence of as Ioas of energy, kasot memory, universal lassitude, pain In the back, dimness of vision, premature old age, and many other dlsca.es that lead to consumption and a Uayeod for cirruiara with testimonials free by mall. The IS IJ (i O It ATO It is sold at II per box, or six boxes for 13, by all druggists, or will be tent free by mail, securely sealed, on receipt if price, by addressing Sole agent for the United States IIS Adams street, Toledo, Ohio. 191-l- H. C. St. Asaph BRIGHT, IlloCate, GROCER, Stanford. r. J. CII KSKY, STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. I( embracers Staple and Fancy Oroccrlew, Patent and Family Flour, Meal, If a con aud Iarl, Tobacco aud Cigarx, WoodA century since the Hawaiians were en, Willow and Tinware, Glass and Qiiecnsmire. Canned savages and cannibals. Now there are GoodM of all kinds a special 13. Itemcuibcr the place, "The over 300 telephone wires in use in the Corner More." city of Honolula, and the application of the telephone is made throughout tho islands on the plantations. Borne of the planters are now cutting their cano at night with the aid of the electric light. The Supreme Court ot Illinois decides that no man is obliged to clean the sidewalk opposite his house. The case was that of a resident of Bloom-ingtowho allowed the snow to ac cumulate iu front of his property, and being fined under a city ordin-ttneappealed to the court. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- DEALERS IX- - Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, TVoodon and Willowwaro, Glass- Stoves, Grates When Wheatley ifcTraynor's Company wero lately playing in Detroit, a largo dog presented itself at the door during the matinee, and would not be driven away. Finally the ticket-take- r observed that the beast carried in its mouth a card, and without difficulty got possession of it, the dog showing every symptom of canine gratification at being rid of its mouthful. Its joy was understood when upon tho read: "Please card the let me seo the show on account of profession. I am leading bloodhound with an Uuclo Tom party." door-keepe- r Tho wife of a Texas liverymau told him to send a close carriago to their house, with a discreet driver, as the order was from a couple who proposed to elope, and desired to tnako tho flight secretly. Ho belioved this, aud found that it was tho truth, but not the whole truth, for the woman of the pair was hi wife. Onions cut up with food for chickens are said to bo an eflectual remedy for chicken cholera. A little ground ginger mixed with their meal once overy day or two is also beneficial when symtqms of cholera appear A Now York man was sent to the State prison for one year, last week, for attempting to hang himself. This is tho first punishment under tho new code making attempted suicide a felony. This is a queer law, but will have the effect of making fewer blunIt is assum ders in suicide business. ed that after a man has spent a year in a penitentiary ho will take a moro cheerful view of tho world, and be gltd that he is living. Louisville Post. Probably tho fastest train iu this country i the New York and Puila-delphexpress on the Pennylvania Railroad, which make the ruu of 88.4 miles iu 1 hour aud 52 minutes, including three stops, or at the rate of 47.8 miles per hour. From Jersey City to Germantowu Junction, 84 2 miles, the run is made in ono hour and 41 minutes, including oue stop, or at the rate of 50.5 miles per hour. ia A soap uiino has been discovered in California. The substance is a deposit of white earth, free from grit, and impregnated with a small per centage of potash. It is is easily sliced into bars, and, for cleaning purposes, is a fair substitute tor manufactured soap, Billy Goodloe took in over the counter from a colored boy last Fri day, a coin of tho reigu of George II, which was iu fair coudition and bore the date of 1142 consequently is years old. This is probably the oldest coin in Bourbon. and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Fames, Traces, Salt. Iiimo. Comont, Field Seeds, Flows and Farming Implements . Call and see- tho genuine Hamilton Plow . - OPBBA HOTTSE BLOCK:. THE PORTABLE ENGINE. BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. . Is Guiteau's prophesy coming true? am God's roan, and if they hang SAVE AND DURABLE! me God Almighty will afllict this Is no Kntloo that Mtia's It for l'rlc. Simplicity. Durability ant tUHsbte Work. It la country as it was never beforo afllict- - InUcl, tbtro just THE ENUINE lo prlra ed with floods, storms and other ca(Q JassKl !& lamities." This, in substance, was what ho said. CORN SHELLERS, PRINTING PRESSES "I SOME 3,000 Experienced lumbermen say that tho supply of walnut it rapidly diminof ishing and that fully three-fourtthe good stock throughout tho country "I used Brown's Iron Bitters with uu has been consumed wlthlu tho last paralleled success for swimming of the head and weakues. ten years. h Tho putorial wealth of Australia is cnormout; its capabilities for wool growing aro practically unlimited its mild climate and general adaptation ed that ho has to to grazing purposes obviate the neces- - lisle is so ity of providiug food and shelter dur put a board across bis kuees to hold his girl oil his lap. Bourbon News. ing the winter; uature iu her bouuty Senator Sherman has preserved all having provided these. the letter which he has received du Louisville life has its vicissitude. ring the last tueuty years, aud they nk president clerk in a uumber nearly forty thousand. Au pork house; u gentleman who ouce ThouaamU are beinK cured of Catarrh eojojed au income of $30,000 a year, every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that now sells clocks; a high school girl the doctors had glren up and raid could graduate has a position as cook in a not be cured. 75 cent a bottle. Sold bj l'enny & McAlister.BUnford, Ky. Cour.-Jour- . small family, F. J, Cheney & Co , proprietor IUIl'i John O. AlborU, Louisville, says: bow-leggex-ba- It's just as well to be refined in your conversation. Say: "Those who in dulge iu terpsichoreau recreation are under obligation to remunerate the violinist." An old bachelor clerk over iu Car Wood Siuvh, Cotton Gins, Corn MIIIn, CrcumcricN, tlsssBflMilr Elevntorti, Feed 31 ills, l're.N.scN, lasiMK!K?a, Hay IjatlicM, Xx. Wasar to all purchasers thai we usranl our Dooktralter Kojlurs to ba well so J substantially made, toLossfa, sliunlc, Jurabl anj couiplctt Id tuDstruitloo, to work well aud glr the full power We tusk the abort guarantee, and sell cu the follow. claimed wbeo prupcrljr attached and uiauael gi.v log coouilioua, via will giro ine imrcuswriue utst ev titer iu ariiraiu. iu. a fair and satisfactory trtsl, luces the Lugtnefalla to come Di to our guarantee, we will take back the on the tnglne, provided the purchaser returns tha toiglne to his Engine, refund erer dollar SO dija' trial. nearest railroad stailon. aud leasee It subject to our order br the close 01 said Certainly no man could k tor a mora liberal oAer and coatraa Call at The Interior Journal OHlco ami Hceeue uf tho dchlrablo jKtiKlucts In operation. Itetueusbcr every EhkIuo Law oiireuaraHtve. Iteatl Itt w,ii i. j Catarrh Cure, ofler $100 reward for an cue of Catarrh that can't be cured with mil's Catanh Cure. Sold br Penny & , McAIItter, (Stanford, Ky, For further lufuiuutlon and dcecrlptli Cower Engine and Boiler.. -- . . and Holler l'oaer tfrlloi -- Uo Fuwer and Holier Horse l'osrcr kdgto and Holler ieusereu ou cars LOOK AT OUR PRICES: t ... . , pamphlet, adJrcaelh at ,. .. ourioaBCju. .... .. manufacturers, uuiw. J44 W WW sOU 03 tf JAMEN IsUFFELi A CO., (HrluKHeItl, Okie. Six new nsme liar been adiletl to tlic ono of Hat of llio-- e killed In the Dnl.Uoo.1, III., satellites, is one of those mine) disaster It is feared the number irrcpressiblo youths, who is over may trt resell 100. 3C3T. seeking in ono way or another, to keep The oldest inhabitant hits refreshed Friday Morning, - February 23, 1883 himself betoro tho public. His last his memory and now ur" that In '78 the achievement was to slap in tho face Ohio Hirer 112 fret above low water EDITOR old Tainan Maswy, G5 years of age, mark at Cincinnati, W. P. WALTON, The will of the late OoTf rnor Morgan, who is contesting with him, which of New York, dcelses over $5,000,000, out Junon W. M. Ukckneh, of the shall represent Virginia as of an estate ot $0,000,000, to lite grandson, Tho Parson in ado no Kdwln D. Morgan, r. Winchester Dmoeral, who lina for Under the management of Frederick yenrs studied tho question of popular resistance, merely remarking: "If I could wipo your blood from my hands A. Hcliwab, Mrs. Lingtr ami Dion Iloucl- education nnd lalwrctl hard to tho tjstcm in Kentucky, scuds as easily as I can this insult, you canlt will begin in April a professional tour of the Pacific coast. us n circular suggesting "that a Con should not livo an hour," to which Xewabojs and others In New York are Wise responded: "You damned old vention to stir up a greater interest doing a thriving business bj telling the and activity in the question bo held rascal, I would box your jaws for Jan- - new nlcVeli on the streets at six cents each in tho city of Frankfort ou Wednes- guago liko that if you wero 150 years Ther are supplied by speculators. and in the pulpit you havo disGarrett S. Bojce, Edward D. Shaw and e old, day, Starch 22nd, 1883, for tho of considering tho situation and graced." Who should be squelched, John N". Beach, the defaulting Jersey City bank officers, pleaded guilty and were sen. ormnizinp a movement that mil so and if the avcrogo Virginian wm not degenerate as this degenerate son tenced to the Slate prison for ten, four jind cure a common school system worthy two years respectively. of the State With more than a quar of a noblo sire, they would have left From a newspaper directory we learn ter of a million of peoplo in our midst no room at tho last election for him to that 0,723 newspapers are published in the United State 01 Iheae journals 1,815 are who cannot even read, with tho aver contest tho result. now stands in Tennes- democratic, 1,747 republican and 122 greenAs the law ago pay of teachers $22 per month, back. Kentucky lit 7G democratic, three with the average value of our school see, infants almost in their swaddling republican and two greenback. houses only $78, and with more than clothes can unite in tho holy bonds of Tho lowest water ever recorded in the one hundred thousand white children matrimony and that State has been Ohio at Cincinnati was Sep. IS, 1831, and who do not attend any school, it is the Gretna Qreen for young people to that record was one foot eleven inchea. time for us to awaken to tho magni- fly to from tho Southern counties of The highest water mark was Feb. 15, 1SS3, tude of the question and to make an Kentucky, when their parents or CO feet 4 Inchea. The difference, therefore, effort for better things." Wo heartily guardians interposed objections to between high and low water mark ia 04 ft. Cinches. concur in tho move and are confident their marrying before they can "keep The Honee Internal Itevenue Kill of that ways nnd meant can be devised cold bread in their houses." Such laat eeaalon, with the Senate tariff amend by the body which will be productive will be sorry to learn that a bill is ments attached, was passed by the latter now before tho Legislature making it body Tuesday night by a vote of 42 to 19. of the needed improvement. unlawful for County Courts to issue It now goes back to the House for the conTiik trial of Neal, owing to the marriage license to any male under currence of that body in the amendments fact that the regular term of tho Gray by the Senate. eighteen or any female under sixteen adopted son Court expires has been C P. Huntington haa purchased the years of age without tho parents' or Morgan's Louisiana and Texas railroad and continued till August, which will ne guardians' concent. steamship property, the price paid being cessitate another army being called The Cincinnati .iVnrs says: "Tho $7,500,000. With the completion of a line out. Craft's trial is well nigh thro' between Memphis and New Orleans, now and there seems' no doubt of his con- republicans in Congress appear to still in rapid process of construction, the Huntho revenue viction. The prosecution produced indulge hopes of passing tington system will extend from the Atstronger proof of his guilt than on reduction bill, on which to go to the lantic to tho Pacific. 5tmi-83ItchI! $ nicriorournnl Capt. John S. Wtsn, STANFOED, u Congress-man-ntlarg- o pur-pos- " first trial and the defense was much weaker. There has been no disturbance save what a drunken soldier named Moore, from Lexington, kicked up. He got druntc and when a detail tried to arrest him be resisted so strongly that he had to be severely "bayonetted" before ho could be taken. He is said to have insulted sov-crladies during his carousal and much indiguation is felt against him. Aftor being secured and placed in the guard-hou- so he was tried and sentenced to be bucked fcr ten hours, to be put on double duty during the stay in Carter county and denied all camp privileges. Pretty rough, but just his country with a fraudulent claim of relief afforded. It is exceedingly wise statesmanship to cut down by the receipts of an already costly, cumbrous and every way, politically and otherwise, vicious system, and leave standing the entire machinery and expense required for the whole. Belter think how that will appear from the top of a stump. ono-tbi- The President nominated Postmasters as follows for Kentucky: Mrs. Jennie A. Wyntt,Mt. Sterling; Mrs. Mary H. Letch- rd TnE President has named a lot for tho Civil Service Commission who will amount to even less than the Tar- right. The Internal Revenue Bill proposed which to reduce the revenue by taking the tax from bank $44,-000,0- . Having recieved a very flattering call The say truly, that the iVn.MellKEntl.M'AN, tbsplart. from my friends in Garrard and other lancaster, Ky. Jan.ll. ISSI present high rate of tariff duties is largely Parties In want of any goods In toy Hoe rill to become a candicounties in the district the creature of circumstances, the imposi loose nothing by seeing me ltar purchasing date for the State Senate, and having fully tion of it having been necessitated by the considered the mattea, I most respectfully immense expenses incident to the rebelldecline the honor. Respt, T. A. Elkin. ion; and they claim that, such being the Call on Col. Thomas W. Vatnon. case, It is an outrage to continue to collect ia now said that the prohibitionHon. Tkot W, Yarnon : AVe, the un this enormous tax now, since the occasion ists, republicans, greenbackers and for It no longer exists. They denounce it derslgned, citizens of Lincoln county have will unite forces aa a perpetuation of a war measure in heretofore supported you in your races for when you against the democrats and nominate time of peace. Yet, these same men will office in this county and district listen to a proposition to abolish the sought office,and now we ask you to become Rev. Green Clay Smith for Governor. not internal revenue tax on whisky and to a. candidate to fill the unexpired term of (Kalauisioo Spring Tooth Harrow But it will be love's labor lost. The bacco a tax to the amount of more than Hon Robert Blain in the Senate of KenI also handle drain aid Seeds ol a!' klods, also nomineo of the democratic Conven- three times the value of the commodities tucky, and we pledge you our hearty supt3Sasu Hay and Wool. tion will be elected by the usual 40, taxed. They refuse to see any "war meas- port if you will make the race. We think Consisting ol Molln 8ulky Plow ure" in this crushing burthen upon the that Lincoln is entitled to a Senator for 000 to CO.OOO majority. farmers of Kentucky and other grain and the remainder of this term, and there is Callforiiln Airlco(fi, Hon. Henry Watterson's speech tobacco producing States. no man In the district whose political recbeforo the Tennessee Legislature, on Grccu Guru I'Iiuum, Their excuse for this grosi Inconsistency ord, private character and genial manners WII.I.IAMN, UltKKX the Tariff question is published in full ia the alleged fact that the tax on these ar- plsce him higher in the esteem of voters Ntar TouiHlocst, Managrra ItustootllU Depot; in the Courier-Journof yesterday. ticles is all paid by the consumer, and the of the district : . Yarmouth Corn, Mlllon 8tlgall, It required two hours for its delivery articles being luxuries and not necessaries, John O. Neal, Karris, John Pepplee, .J.K. KciihcU'h 1'caelicit, WITIIKIt.N, and is like all of that gentleman's ut- it is right to thus tax them for the public li K. Wearen, good; and aa a further excuse they say R Williams, Msnsger Lanrsiter Depot; terances and writings, bright and bril- - that to abolish this tax would furnish a J. W. Hayden, V. G. Raney, 1'luo ApplfM, liant. W. Rout, M. Reld, J. reason for the increase of tariff duties to J. Ntrlug Itcaim, Clifton Fowler, is estimated that ten million compensate for the loss of revenue occa- Jj M. Philips, It. II. 1VKAKKN, Oyatfcrx, Wm, O. Alexander, George II. Bruce, by its abolishment. rats perished in the floods at Cincin- sioned Cora rim.ir Manager Itlthruond Dfot A writer in another column advoGeorge D. Hopper, 8. H. Shanks, nati and Louisvillo alone. This is Now, as to the first excuse, we are inIX li. Kdmlston, cates the abolishment of tho Internal formed by Senator Williams, of Kentucky, E. P. Owsley, pretty "rough on the rodents" but it fiery W. P. Tate, by the way, that so far Tarn Robinson, a Revenue System, which is not a bad is a very ill wind that blows nobody from its beiug true Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugari that the consumers pay George S Carpenter, Robert McAlIster, is good. suggestion when we consider that it J. K. Bruce, all this tax it ia a fact which he knows by Dr. Hugh Reld, and Coffees in abundance, and nearly twenty years since the war, for W: C. Harnett, personal experience he being an extensive W. 8. Hocker, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tho cost of which it was originated. Prices extremely Low, at the George D. Wearen, J. II. McAlister, Cincinnati estimates ber loeses by the tobacco planter that of every dollar of Then it is high time that most of the J. M. Cooper. tobacco the planter pars Thomaa Metcalf, tax collected on Hood at $1,500,000. war legislation was wiped from the W. II. Vanderdilt put down $2,500 lor 60 cents. This is no doubt perfectly true; "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT and if it is true of tobacco it must be statute books any way, and especially the Ohio river sufferers. Society, Georgetown this, which maintains an array of LANCASTER, KY. Robbers succeeded in getting $55,000 equally true of whisky. Indeed, common By Tau Theta Kappa College, kentucky. sense would teach any body that such a nun cry oiiica Holders who are ever from a bank at Chicago, Wednesday. " Wuereas, It has pleased Almighty God W. T. Allen A Co., wholesale grocers, burden upon a production must operate ready to respond to tho calls of their producer. in His infinite wisdom, to take unto him greatly to the Injury of the political masters, be they never so un- Chicago, have failed with $100,000 liabili- Among Southern people there were no two self our talented and beloved friend and l'roprletoia. ties. just or dishonest. Wire fencing will shortly be put up opiniona upon a Bimilar question when the former member, Millard F. Johnson. sHBasfesaMsalaBBsaHsUaaHsH i ws J TA iWKr Si:.NHATiONALi8Td and thoso who along the entire line of the Kentucky Cen- specific tax of 5 cents per pound was im- Therefore, in view ot the loss we have sus posed by tho general government upon cot- tained and of the still greater loss occa look on tho dark side of things are tral railroad. Sam Medill, oi the Chicago Tribune, ton. The sense of the wrong thus inflict- sioned to his respected relatives, be it in ornamentation, is telling bow the high waters of the died while rejoicing over a "scoop" which ed waa by no means confined to the people Iiteolvtd, That the membera of this So wjsj unequalled. noted flood years of 1832 and 1847 bis paper had obtained. In liar opened up LUMDEU of the South; and now, since the animosi- ciety hereby desire to express their sense connection with atbslr MILL YA nil In Klanford,slid at Jlaxel Patch, OP TDE3CE5 By taking morphine for ijuinine wcro followed by terrible cholera ties and sectional prejudices growing out of bereavement and grief at the loss of one will keep constantly on band Lumber for building a and farm purpose. scourges. There is one consolation family of four persons waa poisoned to of the war have disappeared, there is of their most faithful and most gifted scarcely any one, North or South, who members; to record the enjoyment and however, Dr. Blackburn by the grace death at Coraicana, Texas, The Louisville & Kashvillo railroad does not regard the imposition of that tax profit, which they, for years had in the FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. of ft foolish people, Governor, says if depot and freight-hous- e at Pensacola, Fla as a moat unjust and oppressive measure. genial social qualities, and brilliant intelIlecausa your bouse, or your goods, or your lire we drink no other water but cistern, burned. Los $25,000; insured for slock, or your other property hare not been burnt $13,. Even President Arthur concedes it to have lectual acquirements of the deceased. or Injured by lira or lightning, Is no guarsoly that 000. wo need uovcr fear the disease. Raolxtd, That we sincerely sympathize IheycaaaoT be. Dou'l you luluk, thru, that It been such, and so expressed himself In a The Postmaster General haa ordered would b to secure lodemnlir In The waters are fust subsiding and the establishment of tliu free delivery ays- - uiesnaee to Conirrei. going so far as to with the, relatives and near friends of our such loss orprudent should occur T lonVryou (use damage this respect- at th lowest rales obialuabl In any In. business is being rapidly resumed in Urn at Lexington, Ky., to commence April suggest that restitution should be made on late beloved associate, and that we surancs Company I represent aeseu sud you may fully commend them for consolation to Uk your chvlco. account of It. JAO. M, Fortu- first Cincinnati and Louisville. Aa to the luxury argument, it is only an that Divine Power, which, though often The New York Assembly has passed a nately the losses which are heavy, do bill to its third rtading prohibiting politi- appeal to prejudice, and is not worth an Inscrutable In its dispensations, ytt "doeth not now appear so great aa was antic- cal assessments of and can- swering. To know that the growing of all things well," feeling that to them as to ipated, and every body is rejoiced that didates for office. grain for the manufacture of whisky and us, there Is comfort In the knowledge that Farmer sud l'lowiurn, llitin -- Ollwl billed Metal will not corrode; th hrarlcst lust wlllttuioi We will dov psy special attention to There Is uo detention of passeugers on the growing of tobacco are lawful pursuits he was not only honorable and manly in damage ia no worse. tho lu a faw minute. ThsUllrer Is a Center Draft flow, havluj s!o log landslde, which does away with largely diminished all respects, but that he was a devoted and the Ohio & Msssissippl Hallway on account the profits of which are pressure found manufactulb Oilier ha liundreJs The people seem to be going wild of floods in the Ohio valley. Trains srOUHTOM OUlNDINO.fa th will Imltat an lu straight landild Mows, has a record unparalleled luof Imitators,ofnoMows. Year InfeiUr l'lov Th Oilier rer the history are by this unfair discrimination against them consistent christian. bauks. Kveu George- running regularly and without detention, on the part of the government, ought to be on the subject of lletolied, That the Secretary of this W iromlsa to glr satisfaction, and when d wired Dalxliborswlllttll you to IIUY Till: OLIVER, and tak no other. Flour ror will town U to have another with a capital and the usual connexions are made with sufficient to cause every Just man to de- meeting be instructed to place these reso either gls 1'attutunboiled inal, Wheat. Can make bollsd or 110lutions on record and to nd a copy to the McALIHTCH SALLVK, mand Its immediate abrogation, other lines. stock of 150,000. HJ-2- capital and deposits, from checks, proprietory medicines and perfumery, was very decidedly killed by the demo crats in the House, as it very proper JNobouy is iv should havo been. clamorous for exempting such items, especially perfumery and patent medicines, and the republicans can get no credit for such reduction. There is now no chance for the present Congress to give any relief on either the Tariff or Internal Revenue taxation. The incoming democratic body will, no doubt, answer the call of the people in preference to that of tho monopolists. . The suggestion of the Winchester Democrat which we give below, is a good one. "Wheu Senator Robert Blain died it struck us that it would be a good thing for the democrats of that district to do to elect Judgo M. J. Durham to fill bis place. We do not see that any body elso is announc ed and mako the suggestion for the good of the Commonwealth, which ought to have tho services of such a man in its council chambers. If ho dooi not want it, he could not refuse if oflered, and would easily beat any republican who might run." set. They are Leroy D. Thoman, of Ohio; John M. Gregory, of Illinois, and Dorman B. Eaton, of New York. Tiioman is editor of the Youngstown (O.) Vindicator, is about forty years of age and was a persist ent advocate ot the Pendleton bill. He is the only democrat of the Commission and was recommeuded by Senator Pendleton. SLu. H. T. Stanton, of Frank fort, is suggested by the Breckimidge Newa as a candidate for Register of the Land Office The Major is not an applicant for the office but he is a worthy and truo man and wo should like to see him elected, both for his sako and the novelty of the thing in these days of greed for place of the office eeeking the man. iff er, Xicholasville; James O. Halcbclt, Frankfort; John Taylor, Richmond, and p James U. Evans, Glasgow. The pointment of D. C. 8. Wintertmith as Postmaster at Elizibethtown was withheld. The big suit of the Slate vs. the Chesapeake & Ohio, Cincinnati Southern and L. & N., to collect taxes asserted by the Itallroad Commission, Is now being argued before Judge Major at Frankfort, The decision will involve the constitutionality of the net establishing the Railroad Com mission, with the probability of its being pronounced unconstitutional. A dreadful accident occurred in a Catholic school on Fourth avenue, New York city, Tuesday. An alarm of fire in the first story stampeded the 700 children in atlendance, and the results were frightful. The boys in escaping broke the banisters leading down stairs, and the little girls rushing from their rooms piled pell- mell upon one another over the broken staircase to the floor below. Fifteen girls and one boy were killed instantly or died in a short while after the accident from their injuries. re-a- The other excuse, vis: That the repeal of widowed mother of the deceased one to I the whisky and tobacco tax will afford a Inserted In the Georgetown Time and an reason or pretext for Increasing tariff du- other to the Intkmor Journal aa a testi ties, Is tn the nature of a loomeraiig as to tnony of our grief and sympathy free traders For they are dally clamoring B. A. Dawf, ) fi WlltTr.itr.AP, Com Kes, wllh one voice, and a very loud nne at J J. It Pamos, that, against the surplus ol revenue which A. 8. Itrcr, Cor. Seo'y. la being annually raised by the governT.T K Hall. February 10th, 1883 ment and demanding Its reduction. The reduction they demand la Just about the amount collected on these articles. So, that If It Is taken ofl, Hit reduction Ihry call for would be effected almost to a dolDEPARTMENT. lar, without leaving the slightest occasion wxiHa', or pretext for Increasing tariff duties. But even If the repeal of these taxes should LANCASTER. produce a deficit In the needed revenue, it Next Monday is County Conrt day. does not follow that such deficit must be Stevens Is having a bake oven built In supplied by an Increase of tariff duties. It the basement under his confectionery. ia a well known fact that many of the du-- Capt. W. 8. Miller bought of Mr J. ties nnder the present tarlfilawareso high W. Glass, the Lancaster Hotel properly. as to be prohibitive or partially so. This Capt Miller expects to buitd an addition was bitterly complained of by the demo- to the hotel at an early date. crats in their platform ot 1870. It is self- Cul. J. K. Faulkner, of IauIstIIIs.wis evident that in all such cases a reduction in town the first of the week on business. of the duties would Increase the ImportaMessrs. II C Kauffman, Tom Wherrltt tions and thereby Increase the revenue So and It. A Burnable, are in Louisville. it is plain that the deficit suggested, If Mrs. K Brown who haa been quite there should be any, could be made up by sick, forseversl weeks with a complication reducing tariff taxation and thtta lighten- of diseases, Is improving. Mr. James Haming tho burdens of the people. ilton has been very sick for several days But when the disciples of Cobden aie with pneumona fever. We are glad to state asked to do so plain an act of Justice aa that he is better. this an act which can be done without Twenty-eigh- t game chickens passed the least interference with the cause of through town Tuesday, en route from free trade, and ono by the doing of which Madison county to some point on Dix they would obtain the reduction of reve- Hirer where they were, on Wednesday, nue they so earnestly and persistently pray "pitted" against the same number from for, they emphatically and angrily reLincoln county. We understand that It fuse to do It, And these, he It remember was a drawn battle, and that the deciding ed, are the pretended champions of agri fight Is to be y (Thursday ) We cultural interests the friends and tho on that the "pll" waa Lincoln counly true friends, aa they claim, to the tillers ty. The next Grand Jury of Lincoln of the soil, and the special guardians of should investigate this little aflalr. the rights of the farmers of the South and Brjanttrille. West, where these products are chiefly Oat meat, dried apples, Ac , at J. H. made. The system of internal taxation is, and Taylor's. B. F. Robinson bought ot Todd Soott, always waa hateful to the American people. It has been seldom resorted to since 42 shoaU of Ml lbs. average at 0 cts. W. the organisation of the government, and B. Robinson bought of Fred Burdett, his never except In eves of great emergency. stallion "Sentinel Chief for about $300 Mrs Woodcock is visiting her father, Mr. Jefferson, the father of democracy, Mr. J. M. Phillips, who is in feeble health. pronounced it an "InfernaT' system. As It now exists it Is extremely unjust and op- Mr. Wm. Berkele is sick nf pneumonia. pressive as well as unequal and sectional Will B. Robinson and C. W.Spillman.Jr, in lu operation. It wnnld be ittflicull to havo gono to Texas. Mr. J. M. Phillips frame legislation that would be more so. haa just heard that his son, Dr. Philllw, of To illustrate this let us consider for a mo- Atlanta, Ga., is dead. Miss Mary Harmon will commence at school here with flatterment how it effects the Slates of Massachusetts and Kentucky, comparatively. ing prospects next Monday, The total value of the taxable property of LaSCASTKll aPTlRmr.XKMS. Massachusetts is 5 times that of Kentucky, and yet Kentucky pays more internal revH. O. KAUFFMAN, enue than Massachusetts and all the other ATTOUNBV A.I X.rVV. New England States combined, besides LANCASTER, KY. paying her full proportion of the taxes on Muter CommtsaloDer flarranl tlreult Court. Will Imports. praellre In all Ihs Court of Usrrsrd and adjoining It does seem to a plain, vnteientific man counties and In the Court of Appeals. that if ever there was or could be a case in which those who are so wickedly severe in their denunciation of the iniquity of I will sail orexehsnt taxing one portion of our citizens for the raj Yum In Texas tut lands In Garrard, Madison, Lincoln or Roy l counbenefit of another and so thrillingly elo ties. This farm Is situated In Tarrant rountr. Mrullr South of th cltrot quent in their appeals for equality of bur Teaaa, about 13 or about same distance North of fort Worth ana dens, could creditably practice what they thsCllr of Cleburne, tn Johnson count r. Contains a 3HU Arremot Bo land, all under preach, this matter of internal revenue is inod burn upon It aadcoud water on ken, with Is nitre. It w)l liprrinf plateau inculcntlng their rtrf-rf- r ror fsrmlDf land and on hljEh such a case. How men a located raising caltle, belni doctrines can consistently refuse to apply between two never falllnr streams of water. II Is about one mil East of tho surf eyed rout of the right remedy to this stupendous injus- ror norin a mo ttranue u. n , wnicn win the j inllea short lime, and alw tice a Cobdenire may understand, but an completed In a C A ttanta Fee It, 11. aboutIn 1 operaWest ot the U now from Ft. Worth This ordinary Unittd Slates man can't. J. It. tiongreat cotton and to (Jalreston. section farm Is tn the wheat raising of North-eStanford, February, 1S33. Texas and eery desirable for any on wanting WALL PAPER! SasaaiBiaiBaiBaHaaiBaHiaaMBasBsiaMaMSSBiiaassaasaHBBai TltULlIEl) AND READY TO PUT ON, Garrard County ittmr. it. xntor. M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and Hooksollcrs, Opera Houso Blnok, ..... he Ktrrsl Stanford, Ky. ATTEHTIDN, Many FARMERS! In order lo get control of the deal sn.l mutt popular line ol Airleultursl Implements and I'leaeur Vehicle, and also In order toenail in to pur, in em h ijtisnllllM as Is nbtsln Ihs largest dlt. counts and lowest rales of freight, I hare established branch War I looms ami Airenls at IIiisIootIII ' Ijincn.trr and Itlrhmond, sn.l under this arranctiural, t ftel sure we ean offer Ihs lartu.r. Inducements Over tho Majority of Dealers. Wara Rooms a larg stork of f keep on lisods si stl limes at my V ,a- a- "- - '""" j-- "- HiiKrIcm, t'lirrlHRCM, Spring IViiroiin, l'uriu iVrkoiim, Log IVhkoiim, Railroad Carts, Reapers, Mowers, llsy Rates, t.riiC A Tesas Farm For Sale! Nws,WalkU)gand Riding I uliirators Cuinlb ers' Rollers, and many dber Items a, (tira In , nroe I J lanlrrs t c.rl.-ri-, Smsey Harrow. Vulkey t eed i utters Corn Shelter. Farm- Abolish the Internal Revenue Editor Interior Journal: Sstem. Capt. T. A. Elkin's Declination. to farm or raise cattle. Also bare on Ihs place a small bunch or Short Horn Heifers with call and I am also prepared to furnish price and estimates of all kinds of Engine, Saw Mills, Tbreiblng Maon tn Short Horn Bull, S Tears old this Spring: chines, Hey ricseet, Straw Slackers, Wind Mils, Hors fjw rs, and Ttrlous other kinds ol machinery. also farming Implements, that I will trad wllh "nee ,.- -. It JUST RECEIVED! iSyga One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, , sSSsH4i' GEORGE D. WEAREIVT. Stanford VjleaT It le. r, ' GEO.D.BUltDETT&COs. LUMBER! OWSlTEY MlXIiKIt 120-ti- sJdP m Ji3sWrt&zrQ&&m your special attention to the wJ&WSJR ity, durability, I desire to call BAKCi&9 Eg,cfvsraratxy which for util- perfection in operation, taste THE XSLTJSTGr JFIESIjID! Srst-cla- office-holder- s TO THE. PUBLIC -t W. H. HIGrGIWS. thrown In. Horse, nm! mule, In bid con- norelty of on located near u. Hy the bought a llltle haUlil,s.nd one moonlight w. o. rnorrsMoiAt. dition and sold low way, our men of mean are waking up. night when hia pa waa at the lodge, ho lit Ii eanJMat foe Ihe ilfmorritle nomination for T. w. vaarrow Mr. J If. Miller Ins relume! from Having slept about aa long aa Ittp Van in and rrrlattlngly ruined a fin cherry tearewnlatlte In th neat Uftalaura wattaoa a vaaaov, to 1'lNK Svei li(.Ue nl $1 liulici Al T. W. & W B VAHNON. Augtiata, (la , where he and t'donel John Winkle of clftaalc me ftiory, they have deci- tree in the front yard H H Mjer'AtllieoM lKMtoffice When Bushrod ATTOIINJJVM AT Z.A-W- , Oowan aold 80 head nf hnraei And mills ded" to aert themselves, and become ac saw the condition of the tree next mornItUIUIl STANFOIIP, KY. Friday Morning, Foliruary 23, 1883 lll.WT h Ihe lie that Mmls Huston at $100 to $225 for horses ami from $100 In tor and not mere spectators itslra. in the stirring ing, lie questioned George About It, who as- Ii a ran dilate for Ihe tVmoeralle nomination to Oflc In Owsley A Son's new Inilldlng-- np Title In Hianfonl represent inn countr in the neat ('glilstar. Ma it tlrAW in closer $209 for mule He say Ihe market for dram of the new life Into which Ihe serted hi innocence and said another bny 1' ATTOIirVliN aKY. X.A.W. together LOCAL NOTICES. the latter Animal la brisk Horse are not world drifted during their somnolency- - did it A skillful cro examination howprANIOIlO. Will practice In Ihe Onrti of Lincoln ant 1:11,1,, 11., .itTixn: so much In drtmnd. Hn. Joiiwox and 8am Kmbry, colored, They are In living earnest now, Huv I'AlJmof Penny A MoA Hater. ever, brought out the truth, and George counties and th rJnperlnr Cburl and Contt GroRriEroivK Court r -- 300 to 350 catHilly William ha been applied to to thought (he punishment Ihe old man ad Is a eanJIilate for Rrpresenlallf a In th nsit Let ol Appeals HpMlal attention given to collection.. Nltvr alcck of Jewelry unci Hilt erwitre at are working nut a fine of S each and coat Ulalure, aut Jett to Ihe action ol th democracy Ofllc on Lancaster atret 1M tle on the market; feeder bringing 4 to 6 put up Ihe wire nn the McKlnney branch administered to for Jumping on the car. Penny A MoAllatcrV person Ills with a ALEX. ANDERSON, cents; yearling $5 15 per cwl ; calve 4 lo nf the telephone line. He proposes to I.ANtmrrril's (lanlen Heols, In Imlk mil hitching strap wa more than he could 'KtlUIIll' H. MUmHY and nlhera lietTlnt; grln sitcse 0 month old, from $21 CO to ATXOniVJSY AT IjA-W- , in papers, m fenny ft JIoAlisler's. a sxin a they get the Insulators and bear. He survived It, however, and that fa a candidal to represent Lincoln county In the $22, cow $10 DANVILLE, KY., belonging lo (leo. D Wearcn will confer a to $01. Watchim, Clocka and Jewelry repaired broke mule $120 to $100; II head wire on band. By the way, Ihe laughter trap I now regarded aa one of the meat neat legislature, aubject to tha action of the De Will ti..ilM In ih n,M.i..ra..i...j ..h.ii.. moeraej. le great fator by promptly returning them. ml warranted by Penny A MoAIIaler. eooatle and In tb Court of Appeals. of yearling aold at $0150; 1 pair broke In Ihe office of the Interior Journal wa Interesting relic of the father of our coun ,... Imiuii: stock nf Window (Him, all site. Wnitm the only hotiaeln town that car- mule at $207 and 1 pair at $300. Plug dlitlnctly heard in the telephone office try, on exhibition al Mt, Vernon. The col IiKE P. HUFFMAN. Double thick iflasa for flower nila, Penny here at Ihe opening of the line on Wednes lege boys here are acquainted with the ry a full line of California canned gooda horse $10 to $30 A Mc A Hater. BTANFOnU, KY. Late of Chcnault, Severance A Oo., Stanford, Ky., OtSca Bouth aid Main Mr J, I) Dickerson, who hat juat day. It wont do, therefore, friend Walton, above and many other fact In WashingBtrest, two doora abT Canned gooda of all kinda handled on with tha Myera Hotsl. PERSONAL. liwct possible margin by case or dorm. paaed through Warren, Simpson and to talk secret in your office, and if you ton' history and never let his birthday Sc CO.. Purs Nitrous Olid Ou administered when reM. quired. Mn. J T.U'll.iiiir, one of the clerereM II C llright. Todd counties this State and Montgomery should be at any lime provoked to use a pass without celebrating It. To day (Thm-day- ) IroporUn and Jobbers ( Dry Oomta, Kotlona, Ac, gentlemen on the roail la in town. county, Tennessee, aaya he never saw auch by all mean muffle the t reach-ero- u being 22d, there will be speeches by M7, 639, oil Main street, Cor. Sixth, Thk "Duplex Crown" ia the moat won a fine prospect for wheat. The growth in 1883. Mha AjIkie IIi'OIIahan, of CrAb Or Inatrument before you let it off. (No six student and a hop at the Clemen t,OTJIHVIXiH,i;, - - - KY. del fill Sewing Machine ever Invented. Can many place t so a clunl, la wlili Mra A. A McKlnney. uied in Ihla establishment. All House to night. greit that atock haa been The following named Mr D C, Shanks, ihe excellent palnt-e- r, be changed inatantly to mike alther chain put to graze It down. Till ia far from be- report to the contrary are false and G. young gentlemen are tbe speakers: ur lock Mitch Juat out. See them at Ilruce, ing the case in thla locality. left VelneeUy for Hot Springs, Ark. Ed ) Kmoot, H B. Fox 8, 8. Fry, Clarence Mc-Mil Waltkh W. OtMtf.er la enjoying; Warren A Co.'a. Capt. II T. Huah, auctioneer, reports A great deal of tlm and Ingenuity I Hater, Union Wurthlngton, James W. Having concluded lo remove to Tsxaa, I cSer for PREAOIIKKNVir.r.K. KY. the celebration wlili Ma olJ Centre College A ra'TCHl famine which baa now laated the sale of W. It Cloyd a followi; One pr. expended by scientist in accounting for Guest and II. Gtlrant. aala mj of aged mules $220; horaca clitima. IlCI(ICllCO A HtlMlllCHH IIOUHC, 5 to $00; sow the unprecedented flood in the watercours a neck, la prevailing In Stanford and a An Appeal fa the People of Lincoln I wish toannounrafa tli.fr.il In.t t will Mll Mw, Ono If. Hum: wa called to pound can not be had for love or money. and young pig $13 25; 6 gilt for $10 11 es. If Iho old liible were regarded aa of Editor fnttrlor Journal. Combined In one, situated In the town of Crab Or- goals as low as the lowest. Call and mr chard, Ky., on Laneaater itreet The building la atock and he convinced, aa I know youexaminetired are all I.MicAaler yesterday lijr the Illness nf lier What la the matter with the producer?? shoals, 55 lb , $.1 85 r head, 1 calf $23; any authority In these daya of progress, Will the Cincinnati i, 601) feet sod ol high priced and shoddy goods. In all eight rooma. Tha la 10x40, 5G cents per cwt; corn $235 to tnethinks it could be made to shed tome Green mother. They could get their own price here now. hay II to liiver and Nashville II. Hold be with counter, and sbelvlog nlcelyand properly ar$2 42 per hbl , wheat $1 05 per bushel; ba- light on this vexed question, A a matter built through Lincoln county? It would ranged, with til the outbuilding. nertMary to conMm J. 8 AnxirnoNO, of Ioularillr, COME ONE, COME ALL! CiiAliOiicilAlii) report Another fight con, hog venience and tbe most round, III eta ; 'aril 12 to 13c ; of curiosity, If with no higher view, it be wise fur onr citizens to consider tbe im an abundancethe taiteol water for failldiout, and Cora np, mine tip with lierhtiabaml and la now At of pur drlnklog and roll up, tumble npI don't care how Judge Caraon and Ida nephew, who la fanning Implement household pnipowa,laut!ful ahade and fruit tree you come up, so run bring th moner up. sold well. her sister's, Mra. K. T. "Young. might be well to study that antiquated portance of prompt and liberal action, In adorning and beautifying tho entire ptemlira, all known by the euphonloua appellation if Very respectfully, . Ji. HOWARD. In Cincinnati the cattle market la ac- document a little in reference to this mat- order that thla question may have an af- In a good and healthy condition. Any on de.lr-lo- g Mian CotixiK Coorrrt went up tu Aa cheap yet valuable residence, among a clevttend the celehratlon of Ihe 22.1 by Ihe Cen- "Shanghai," were Ihe comlulanta and the tive at 2 to 3 for common; good to choice ter. But thl I not the place for a sermon. firmative anawer. er and proiiwroua people, would do wefi to call tral UnlTeralty societies Hhe will be Ihe mrua Itlh appear lo have been n aoup butcher I) lo 5 70; common to beat We learn from the General Agent that and examine the premlKa txlore purchaaingtias-wherDuring the rush of watera I have felt a Tertni reasonable. bane. The Judge la getting old, we ahould I tn C; stockers and feeder guest of the Micea Ilromton while In 4 to 6 J; will JOHN F. NTRODE. College. ay over threronre, but he la aaid to have good to choice cows 4 to C; good light and yearning for Cumberland Fall. It must he days,submit hia report within tbe next Klchinond. showing what haa been done by have presented a sceno of unparalleled ten gotten ii way with the young rooater and heavy grade hoga . Jim (JtLKriuoy. wLo Cai-tare In active demand; grandeur aa the angry river precipitated the different counties along the line in orlu len 8TANFOKD, KY. left liiin looking like be hid pataed thro' heavy butcher and shipper 71 to 7.05; itself down that wondrous gorge. on a rislt to reUtiira in Scotland, iaaeeil der to secure the construction of raid roid. a threading machine good light do. 0 to 7; common 0 to G. up to hit home At Crib Orchard yesterday Much encouragement haa been given by With a Full Corps of Teachers, nt Ttlfphmt. Intending lo remove lo Louisville, I off.r for aala with Waller and Peter Ilalln, who came Kai'Di- .- Invlew of the fact that there Sheep are quiet at 3 to 6; Blockers 2 to my The stockholder of the Iluatonville tbe countiea South of Lincoln, while she ia This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session oTcr on a riit. The Capt had a tery are many old men here and elrewhere, that 3j, lamba I to 6 eta National Bank are requested to meet at uncomcionably in the back ground. It ia DtTcllliiK House, Store fc Stock on the 2d Monday In September nett, anything and everything not In rout,h voyage both going And returning. fiiKi true ber County Court haa paved an order Hustonville on Saturday, Mar. 1, lo organofGooriH LINCOLN COUNTT. of exemption from taxation for 25 years In The Tesael on the outward trip losing her cenformily with their old fogy Ideaa, ALL THE BRANCH K8 OF A ize and take other step necessary to begin addition to the five yearn' exemption by the MT. Crab Orchard. rudder, it required 23 tliya lo make Lifer-po- thereby preventing progreaa and improve-tneutVEHNON, - - KEKTUOKT business. cnarter ot me roau. let it win be seen I Perk Payne hta added a beautiful THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Col T. W Varnon euggeat that a from New York and on Ihe return trip by looking at the nutter how small a benThe dwelling la almost new, modern built with BOYLE COUNTT. he waa sixteen daya out, double the uaual law be paaaed requiring every man, who pcrlioo to hia dwelling. efit this ia compared with what has been all Improvements; liaa eight roomi, betldea halls, Are taught, as well as etc. It baa attacked an excellent garden and all Mr. J, F. Hdmiaton ha aold to Daniel Danville. done by other counties. Let it be assured necessary ouabultdlngs. lit altuatlun ll th moat time. Prof O P. Moore, whom ho took to wont die of Ida own accord at GO yura of MUSIC, TUB IiANdUAOEB. DIf AWHolman a fine brood mare for $05. fine wagon and that before the county exemption amount deilrab'e In tbe town. I bare, been doing a caah Dr. C S. Rilz, with his Kngland, waa no better when he left and It age, In be killed. It atrlkea ua that it and produce buvlnessot over 120,000 ING ANO l'AINTINO. annum at Mr. J W, Holme sold yesterday to handsome team of horse and Wizard Oil to any thing the Legislature must pass an agood proflt, Thla cm belncreaied.perTne o Is likely that he will be an invalid the would le a good law and work aome needed enabling or confirmation act. Again, beIs 42x81 feet, front. Topart'eade-airin- g Messrs. Melvln A Co., of Hrodhead, 210 bus Minstrel are here The aweet mu fore any benefit can result to the road to advantage here, but we Are not a old a of Ida life a profitable bualnen location, none better sic made by this troupe last year I well the interest contemplated, a release from can be ottered. Terms of sale will be made the Cot and dare not ezprera ourrelvra of wheal at $1 per bushel. to responsible purchaser. In Tuition, prlro range from a tn ISO In th LOCAL HATTERS. Uncle Arch Carson haa been mulcted remembered by our people and will insure taxation of 20 cents on the hundred doTbe healthy location ol Mt. Vernon la unsur- regular Department. lrlm.rv. tv lnirmMu.(. o freely. It being in the autn of $5 and cost, for the them a courteous reception on the present llar, the same as now imposed as an ail valo- passed.aachllla orabove tbe ma'arlal point; no auch tao; Preparatojy, tM.lnd Collegiate, tfiO. at V II. IirRir.. Oath fever exllta lu this town. Call rem tax upon other realty of the county, thing Tllf. Tri.El'HONK la in working order Improper use of a aoup bone. onoraddress occasion. J. II. OTTER, the power lo impose this tax will have For full parti culara, aa to Board. Ac, address Evaporated Fruit at II. C. Ilright'a. ML Vernon.Ky. now, between herrand Iluatonville and the Our people are energetically at work Archie Crain and Susan Swapsher, ceased. The object for which it waa grantIBJI. S. O. TKUEIIKAKT. lrinelml, Cempanv ia ready to receive and tranamlt grading and Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Ky. repairing the atreeta and set- two colored persona about a year (go, had ed by the Legislature, having been secured, Owsley Cloveh and Timothy seed at A. M , Wednesday, meaagea. At the ting nut beautiful maple all The liquidation of the counties' inA Son's. been living together for some time, tho reover town. Gret aound paaaril over, when Hilly Widebtedness for public buildinss, Ac. I ride behind their IIoohti' IlliiEitNlOA at Opera House, lliam' atill amall voice waa heard and eaai-l- y naiigh' enjoyed hundred and fifty It. II. Hro- - sult of old, intimacy beiag a child about Then after the expiration of five year three OHIO By. One day they quarrelled when tbe county can only levy a tax of 5 cent dollar span a year Hunford, March l. recognized. Then camo Mr. Ilogle and the other day. They are beautiful hays Archie snatched the child from its mother on tbe uundreu dollars upon the real es after calling up the Inteiiiok Journal nnd go a I'r.iiso.vs who hare made eitennre gait. and ran away with it. Susan never saw tate Id the county. What would this bo in tell ua that the eicli btlda are force pronounced the benediction, 'God the amount of exemption, to the railroad E. H. BURNSIDE, Capt. Scott, of the U.S. A, ia at pres- cither Archie or the child again. At the Suppling the road when completed should blcM you my children." The laugh nf the aafe to dale. ent stopping with hi father-in-laMr. J. time ahe made complaint against the ab- be assessed for taxation at the rate of $25 crowd there waa heard with remarkable llHixe u your prinluce of every kiod. H Lawless, recuperating hi health which ductor and officers searched for him, hut 000 per mile, this would amount lo $12 50 This Old Well - Known dlillnctr.ru. At night the Iluatonville Highest market price paid, oaah or trade. Still Maintains its Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. has been Impaired by too constant and ar- never could Ity hands on htm. Day be- per mile. orSlio for 14 mile. Ibis Cornet Hand aerenaded Stanford with good amount would be eared to the road for 25 The only line running High. ILCBrijItL duous labor fore yesterday workmen were removing a years, making Ihe sum total of $4,375 eflrel and n number of ladie and gentle C. P. Cecil, What sort of showing ia this for the great A few day since the gentlemen engag- draw-stac- k AND on the farm of Mr. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS Prm 8AI.W. Three handaotnt residences. men enjoyed it greatlv. ed in the laudable enterprise of establish- when they discovered aome distance underit countv of Lincoln 7 i'ut it side by side Iti Proprietor ia Determined that Will aell tery oheap Sianfenl, Dec. 36, 4KD it Shall be Second to no Country 'UARRIAOES ing an institution of Teaming here, effected remain of a child. The c1oth!og,the number with what Adair has done. $25,000; Casey '82. V. Craig Hotel in the State in its Fare, and Metcalfe aa much in proportion, while Mr. Aahley I Salle, a Lexington a iwrrnaiient organizition, making Dr. J of teeth apd other marka, showed the body Allen county' Appointments, or Attendonation will not fall by Mra. I M tion to Comfort of prinler,and Miaa Lizzie Owdey, a ParMan I) Petttts, Chairman, K W Jones, Secre- to be that of Susan Swapsher' child. The short of $100,0001 Sumner and Davjd Ilrure Tueaday night waa enjoyed by a tary and A. J.SIglcr. Treasurer. The mon-e- y grand jury now in session la investigating eon counties, Tennessee, come forward their Onesti. beauty, a lelative of Judge M. II. Owaley, LoiiIhtHIc, Cincinnati 11 ml number rf young eple. Susan always thought Archie each with a bonus of a quarter of a mill necessary for the erection of the build- the case copml lo Frankfort Tueaday and were . Ky., Now i it to be expected that Lin Rasicage will be coaveyed tu aad front thedepot ion ing having been subscribed, work will made way with the child. free of charge. Special accommodations to Farm of HO aorea, In grass, lying nn Ltn married after aoiue difficulty in aectiring coin will secure this road, whileother lines to Commercial Travelera. Th liar will be Invitations bearing the following in- will, and have come up to the measure of commence nt once and be pushed vigorouscaater pike, 2 tnile from town, for aale or llcwnae atwaja .applied with th choicest by many their duly. Should the road be built irom scription were recieved brands of Liquors aid Cigars. ly until completed. rent and horse and buggy far aale. It RUIOIOUS. The summer races at the Spring Hill friend of the pirty of the first part here- Danville by reason of her liberal donation, Connecting la tame depot with fast tralna tor deserved it? e who can say ahe will rot have Mure than 3 400 churche have been course. Crab Orchard, will commence Aug inafter referred to: Mr. and C. J And who shall say that Lincoln in losing AMTlllhl new to night? asled we nf built in the United State during the paat II, '83 the birth-dae you to be present at the mar the road will not have deserved it, because of Mr. II. W. Farris; evening. fifteen year at the rate of more than one nd continue five days, under Mr Ittgle at HuHnnrille, the General riage of their daughter, Wednesday even nf her illiberality ? Let it not be said "Not a thing" aaid he, "it is a dim and a dar laat year. The Direct Eoute to Lynchburg, DanUuford principle, that it is no harm for a ing Feb 21, '83, at G o'clock at Fjrst that the road ia bound to run through Lin quiet here aa a grave yard." ville, Norfolk, II. II Kavanaugh cloaed a revival at member of the church to attend race if he Presbyterian church, Bowling Green, Ky. coln and to unite with ihe Kentucky Cen tral at Richmond Junction This idea is Smallhouse. Mr. R. a deluaion, which may (should it result in A iianihomi: line of spring hita jut the Metbodiat church at Iiethany, 0en behave himself. Now if I wished the fine R. U. Kichola-Ste- lla All Virginia and North Carolina addition, twenty-tw- o 'plot" of a horse, or wanted information C. Nichols, or "Dick," aa hi friend here preventing donations at least sullicient to received at J W. Hayden'a He will close county, with thirty-fou- r Points. by baptlam. in carnal thing, I know of no one to whom call him, I a whilom Danville boy, being secure right of way and depot grounda) out at greatly reduced figures all the For tickets and lurther Infarmitlon annlr In Kid. W, T. Tyree ii conducting a pro I would sooner go than to Gen. Huford; but a brother of Heed S. Nichols, the county prove ratal tohcr prospects. aprlng and white gooda carried over from your nearest ticket otOce, or address single word traded mrellng at Double Springa church when he come to spiritual things, speak- clerk. Dick is a widely popular Kentleman anIn conclusion, a which aometo correct laat araaon impression under teem to JAMLN C. F.R1SHT. A great intete-- t ia felt; 10 additinna since ing onlv aa the oracles of God speak, it I a and hi numerous friends here join in wishhas laboring, That Lincoln county Uenl. (southwestern Agent, HlO, Mezioan and Java Coffees, sugar, WO W. Main St,, Louisville, Ky. Suiulay; a large crowd in atlendance night burlesque to rite this 'man aa authority. ing him and hi fair bride a long life of been promised the road provided the road PROPIHETOR, bicon, Hour, meal, lard, canned gooda, and day. K. II. C, Jr. Personally, Gen Huford ia a clever and unalloyed happiness. Of the lady he ba should be exempted from taxation for 25 C. W. NMETII, II. W. FlU-Lt- AgU year. It will bo remembered tbat the buckwheat lliur, uiince meat, prunes, Ac., (len'l Pau'r Utn'1 Manatee, V. 12 Dodge, the merchant prince. most estimable gentleman, but the truth ia been fortunate enough to win, a city paper Klchinond, Virginia. President of the road at a meeting of the at W, II Iligglna'. Gooda delivcud in who has just died at New York, left to the his theology ia not the profoundest, and of recent date says: "Mis Smallhouee, County Court when the question of exemptown free of charge Having bad thla Hotel Presbyterian Hoard of Foreign Miaaione, should be gently "kivered" up. Mr Farria, whose father is at the head of the Warren tion waa under consideration, stated emphatically that he could not say that the instiHoard of Commit-aloncr- a whose birth-dai to be celebrated by the Deposit Bank, the atrongesl financial Moonsiiinkiui. Deputy Marahal J V $.10,000; the American road would certainly be built through the for Foreijn Misaiona $50,000; for inauguration of there race, Is one of our tution in Southern Kentucky, ha long I, Ilrown,)if London, kept Kllintt Creai and & county, even if $100,000 were subscribed, From basement to garret, Win. FliDchntp, nf Jackeon, in jail here the education of young men for the nilnia-ir- y very best citizen and if race must be the been .known throughout her wide circle of but simply, that the amount that Lincoln would inlluence her chances for for her many excellent would do $50,000; Ihe American Hlblo Society, order of the times, I can think of no one acquaintances, Tueaday night, en route to Louiiville, intend to Keep It In Strictly rirnt-CItiK- s Manner, where they are to b tried lormoonahining. $10,000, Ihe American Tract Society $20,. more honorable or better qualified to con- qualities of head and heart. Uniting to the the road. Unless we come up and give at leaat $5,000 or a sum sufficient to secure 000; the American Sunday-reboo- t Union duct it. graces of her mind, and attractive personalThey were typical men of thla claw. and depot grounds In the And leave nothing undone tbat will add to tbe aMXiaHIE $10,500; the City Mlaalon and Tract SocieIn effect Dec. 31. 1832. ity, she ha swayed her scepter in the ranks county, we had as well hang our harps upHustonnllc. I llAVK the handsomest line of suitings OF MY GUESTS. ty $20,000; the Preabyteriau Hoard of much, we COMFORT And CINCINNATI 80UT1ILUX DIVISION. Thecanvasera on the bank question of Bowling Green society with a matchless on tho wiltow. greatly doing this compared and pantaloon piterna ever brought to thla would still be in arrears $10,000; Presbyterian Hoard for report stock all taken am' SOUTIIUODMO. more applied for. grace." In market, beyond any doubt, and I am Aged Minister $5,000; beaidca numeroua The fallowing are aome of the verdicts with what other counties have done. the ,Nol7 Ho 6 No 3 No 1 I hear there was an interchange nf Ihe few remaining day for action let gelling in new addition!. I have other large bequest to other charitable Lip. Mgt Accom Mall with Lex Lap Dally and civillie between Stanford and Hustonville in the Circuit court thla week; Gibeon B. County Committee actively STATIONS. Are oBVred gooda of all colora and shades. Thoae de l)'l Da- i- Lx. Wednesday nlgot, Sorry I 'waa not proa- - Dorim, tippling house, $G0 and coats; same Ihe General Agent of the road, who it ia tx ljL 8'nd'y tWy airing clothing ehould come now and get i atill doing hi SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS charge against Josh Doram diamiased; Hen believed hia done and Her Geo. O, IUrneaaald to a Sun re- ent, A.M 1M f. M A.M II C, Hupley. the pick 8 00 g 10 4 uO 9 00 The complaint of farmer a to the Helm, assault and battery $5 and costs; whole duty, and all may yet be well. A To patronise me, aa I bar every coBTeolenceuch Lt. Cincinnati.. porter before embarking for Kigland. "I 10 S3 Jl 00 word to the wise ahould be sufficient. 6 38 11 SI) " Georgetown ... asNICUBAMPLKltOOMS, Ac, for their us.. wheat crop i fearfully general. It is the Jim Jackson and Buck Kmtham $20 each 11 OJU SO .. Lexington...... 710 12 00 " MlchoTuTlll. A vpark fell from the chimney nn the Intend before I come home to go around 11 3 11 ii 7 SO 1124 opinion of all who have investigated the for retelling liquor without license; W. W. PILES I PILES' PILES 11 6i 11 10 roof of the Carpenter Houie Wed n cod ay the world. I want to go wherever the 7 57 1142 Baggage Transferred to and from "' High Bridge.... Harrodaburg Junct'l 11118 12 20 gll 10 language ia epoxen. I have been matter that the outlook In our section la Thompson, auflerlng gaming on premise afternoon and it waa toon In a blaze. An . liemtHo'a Aew l)lneoreru for 11 2U 137 ' Damine- 131 tho Depot free of charge. IK 143 11 30 U 45 " Uauillle Junction 8 33 alarm waaaounded, the bncket brigade waa very kindly treated In New York and moat discouraging. Already hfch price $200 and costs; Geo. Philips, concealed Pile la a radical change from th oM rruodles Qlveuiaacall. W.N. FKANC1N. NolS ! 10 , a " Somerset Brooklyn, and have made many friend. are being ollereJ for Ihe prospective crop, buj weapons $25 nnd 10 day imprisonment; heretofore In uio. Tha Discovery I the rnult of noon on hand and with their accuatomed A cm 2 a, . folnt 13urnslde. 3 41 I suspect the growers, with the fine milling Thoina ' Oak Dale Junction . 7oj7 Walker, col , petit larceny, not yearaofpatlent rctcnttlleatudy and Inveitlgatloa energy, auccceded in eztinguiihing the Tiie work has been successful, too, consid' Uoctwood tZL. TSo Into to. character of thla painful dlMsae. To con- we shall norm )ns.c, will ba slow guilty; Uobt. Woods, col., murder, set for Be 7S'J II mm before 8 aprlng City .... a great deal of damage waa ering that I dropped down among tho peo- facilities lince you ol Ita gnat merit, call ou I'enoy A. ... ti a 80 . 10 31J ' Uoyve. the 8th day of the term ...The wilt of Iter ple auddenly and a perfect atranger. There to make engagements. g and get a aainplebox free otrbargedone. It waa a clone call, however. 1023 Arr. Cbattanoogr -- ... lly tbe peculiarly Worded advertisement of rival Mr. Woods, the new postmistress, ha K. W. Landis, D. D , wa admitted to prohas not been anything like the null of MOaTUHOUSIl. J. T Morrliin, ol Worlhlugtoa, lad., say 0114 routes, which aro liable to deceive the public Lithotomy-- The aurglcal operation that there u during my work in entered on the discharge of her dutiea with bate on Monday. HI estate conalated of bottl ol Ilrown's Eipeetcraut worked llkcacharm NolC:NotT Hoi No 2 The (shortest and Quickest Itoute from CincinlAciu West la the known aa Lithothmy waa prfornied by the W'til. I didn't expect there would be. a quiet dignity that I very promising. Her a $1,000 railroad bond; a 4 per cent, In bla family. Us l conrluced of Ita wonderful cu- nati i'.M. P.M. P. M. A.M Dr. Peyton, uealatcd by Dr. Held, yeter- - Nevertheless, tho work here resulted in con oilice is one door West of the former loca 5 00 400 government bond and a house and lot rative qualltlia. For aale by fenny A MeAllater. i,ie. Chattanooga.-..- .. 4 10 7 43 BIS " Hojee., day, on Sidney Johiuon, the 7 year-ol& MISSISSIPPI R. W. " Spring City siderable good, nnd I am led to believe that tion. I am glad to note the orderly and worth about $S0O. He left $300 each to a Iter C It. Marshall, formerly pallor ot Fourth 7 07 0 06 'J S3 43 10 M .. IWckwood . 7S3 grandton of Mr. Peter Htriub The opera- the benefit would be greater atill were I to respectful demeanor of those who formerly brother and slater in Philadelphia"; $200 to Presbyterian chulcu, Udlanapolla, aaya lis haa 7 17 Oak Dale Junction. lT44 tion waa very aucceaaftilly performed and lay longer. During the nine weeks' cam- - were somewhat turbulent in their call for a niece; $200 to hi friend Judge Durham, uwd Urown'a Expectorant for jcsralu bla family, Lex 131 folnt UuruilJe... by Penny & good reaulla, For 10 Hours UIO ' Boiucrset.. . Lip 2 13 .. the atone which waa extracted from the galgnjn Brooklyn and New York I have mail Hut our boy have been generally of this place; $100 to Dr. Geo. Cowan Hi alwaya withStanford. 1 CO 3 3' 8 SO lfi ' Uauillle Junction. McAliiter 1U 3 41 S4U 107 DaoTllla bladder waa found to weigh lt0 graina an made about 150 converts, of whom about well trained in regard to the courtesy due valuable library he leave to Central Uni! " llarrudsburg Juncl'n I 23 S 87 B 64 213 manually large ono even for a man. SV 411 S 1U 2 31 High bridge, to a lady. versity at Richmond, on condition that the 150 were gained in New York " SErr IDVKIlTlShXKMti. SS3 233 2 rjO 433 Hours ahead of all other line. NlcholaaTllle. Theatmosnherio irregularity, or tome authorities theirof, publish a work on the503 2SU . 703 S23 Lxlngtou.. A Hit ok HistouY Yesterday, aa a few 7 LAND, STOCK ANO CROP. Dally Tulus, with nocbangaof care fur any ' Uourgetowo. . .,, . 2 63 S'lC 10 S3 8 43 other cams, ao wrought upon the reiailivi- - ology left in manuacript by the testator. 23 80S 7 41 HOt of our reader may know, nat the nnnlver-aar- y clauol passengers. Arr. Cincinnati KINDS. LUMBER OF K Anion bought 23 shoals, 5Slh W. tyoftwoofour oioit staid and dignified Shouli the legatees decline to comply with to Louisville, wltb 1'res Parlor of the birth of of Ihe Father of our r Pally Tralna ALABAMA UttEAT MOUTH EMM. I A.M. ut 0 cent. citizen on Wednesday, that they collided this condition, the library i to go to Judge r cars. . . V0O Country. It vraiaUollio twenty third I26S Pally Tralna to Evansvllle, 4 hours In adJohn M Hall aold to JesdeO. Fox a on the street One fell beneath a ponder Durham; and Irom the proceed of it he Anyone wliblng to buy Lumber for boxing, ' Allans.-.......- .. of the tnarrtigo of Mr. and Mr. vance of all other routes, with on lea cbang ... feorlug or any purpoM cm aaT money by gelling 1313 " Birmingham.-..- ... ...... yoke of oxen for $00. ous blow, but regained hi equilibrium by (the Judge) i to have the book publiahed. II of ua at our mill on the lluuiUr farm, about two 3 S3 or can. TuacalouM Aahcr Owaley. Mr. 0 tella ua that on that ltltX) Pally Tralna to Cairo, 7 boura quicker tban Arr. Meridian -- , ... The proprietors of tho Lincoln Mill clinging to the Mowing beard of the other. lie leave another manuscript work to a miles from Crab Orchard any other line, and no change of isra. memorable day to him, n fire broke out in .. .... ..... I 3 30 121 Le. Meridian MKLVIX Jt TIIUMAN. want to buy wheat and corn. a handful of which he uprooted and scat- college in Missouri. Tin work i fastened " 87 Dolly Traloa to New the liouae of Itev Marshall, who married O cars irom uucmnaii. Orleans. No change of 11 TuKsUxi4a......... ... ....., j lni Birmingham...... One tirm in Nashville one day laat tered to the wind. Friend interposed and in a box and is to be kept by the college m hlui, and aprradlng, coneumod ihe ClirU . " AtUlla . j 2 80 week ahipped 00,000 egga to New York. Itoute to Arr. Chattanooga-- ... separated them before material damage five years after the death of tbe testator, , 6 30 12 HOUrS QUICKEU """' lblca tlaii church, the nnd numeruua The Text cattle drive tho coin- wa done. when the box is to be opened and the VICKHBUKU AND MKUIDIAN, waa tho moat dlaa'troua other houaea. It Lea Ttueontb mono Pttu Two Hours lesa cbang 01 cara L.e, Merldlau Stolen, from my prrmttea, near Lancaitrr. Ky., ing spring I estimated at 220,000 head I have heard of no late transacllnna In book published. After the above bequest ... . .. .. 110 20 uisy care, aud nlrfbi, Krbruary I, ls3. a Dark on .bun-Ja- y JTre In Ihe hltory nf Danville " torsl . , I It 60 years old, about U', than by other lluea lid. It (i Stoner, near Paris, goi $12 livestock of any Importance Sheep seem are satisfied, anything left la lo be divided iritH'Hrau I 3 68 ' Brandon. . ... ,.,.,- hand. Iilfli, nil tn furrha d, tall haa been clipped, The O A- - Jf. a the only Un. with 4 Dally ' Jackson- - . ,.. . - 1'rrabyteriau Home and For ..... .. . S&J 410 for 3 One lutraca al hi sale M inday. i!Ivbk hiIih have len to have mnleied wvll The bleating of between tinTmtrr. tip or tall 011 ball whit., th other half black, Train from Cincinnati toot Louts, making dirett Arr. Ylckiburg ,...-,- .. 4JO B For HALr, CllKAl A Good 3 jear-- ' lamb Is already Lend; and Ith a favora elgn Missionary Society and the Presbyte broke to rids aud work. I wltlpav IJJwill th 10 roniierttoD. lo the Uutoa llelxit tat HI Loul twllb !. Mck.hurg Gird jar trial at the aptrnaolilug Ciriull fr lel S 00 thai oltht uiart- - orliifjruiailoii appr.heo.lou and hlliauurl l'acltle Hallway, Si. Louis. Iron Moun t. 10 44 Jacksuo -W II Miller for Mra Mary J. oh Jack. Apply to It II Crow. Hunford. bl spriuj Ihe supply In that line will be rial) Bible Society lor th Court. her recoTerjr, aud lio tain A ooutberu Hallway, blcagoa Alton lull . Brandon.. 11 M. II CO N.N, .. lilt r,..,l Ciilisira. Burliontun A Uulucr Itatlruad. Ke convlcllouoftbhlr. e -- J F. A H G Guver sold to John W large and earlr Dunn is again buying -- Qnce upon a time wheu Geo WashingI the IwnJa of uiAt Walla, artki lit ' Forest... . 44 123 it l.mmter, Ky. okuk AM Louis llaiiruad, Wabs.b. rjt. Louis A I 4 43 Arr. Meridian. mule horse nnd mule for the Southern market. ton wa a littl boy, he asked hi pa for a PaclBo Jtallruad, Mluouil Kauus A '!cs.aa Ual riuiony between her and Ilrnry II. Walla, Penntngton a pair of two ytar-oI- J VICimUUUH. blllttVKfUltT AND PACIHa on the grounda of ilrunkenneMaiu' failure for $215. Hog are not plentiful, though there will dollar aud a quarter to give to the Sunday-choo- l Blue-Gra- ss For Sale I wa;, el uuita ciu rr.uusto iuiiw.jt 110 Mvasre, Cocanougher A Hon, of Wash be a few lot untaxed for early sale Mra. Crrena K Lawience o provide Impress Tbii Upon Yonr Memory. Lte. Vlrksburi;.. The The old man hadn't Ihe money to 12 34 lieiia 6 30 I offer lor al, privately, luy farm of 17) Arret cha.rgra the auine agalnat W Ij. Lawrence ington oouuly aold to J A Hedding 10 old ayalem of fattening a few hundred for ipare, as the aherlH was after him for hi only lln you Arr. Mouro- eTh A' J I. laud, with a larg brick and can get through cara tbo Cincinnatiby which of nulleul Irou lubt. Louts Lts. Monrotu 7 30 Lebanon Drown A ltur head of uiulea for and aaka through Meaara $1,700 the fall trade ha gone out of vogue. taxes and the old woman wanted an ltn fraiu reildtuce couiblnod, of ten ruouia, wtlblna without paying extra tar la addition to money IMta It SO Mauford A Preaehtntlllo plk. palt for lkk.1 A railroad meeting la to be held here proved Singer tewing machine, but he waa lulls of lb li.w dett to In abaolved a tintuo warimcnii Standard. 200 c Arr. Vlcksburg. Ntv orchard, Irnb aud uieOlial water lu rorilckatt, rate. or an? lutouuatlon, call ou locludluga neat At the aalo of T. G dumber, Wednee- - on Saturday, 21ih, to condder the question to pleaaaJ to find bta too piously Inclined Joaaph U Pax Ion, the great original dihouM. in fraw. SOU sere., aud balsuCM III- - Tlck.t ageutaofcounectlugllnta. 139 JOHN SCOTT, V r and O.n Man tin Sou tenint Walnut tt , 48 ( 1'leaM call at I- Nvorce lawyer, bringa auit for Mollis (liv-en- day, yearling cattle aold at $37.10, heifer, of a route touching Danville, Hurtonville that he acuflled about for the money and labl. ItuUr aluudaut Lhurch and actiooU - P WILW1N, O. V. and W fourth tt Uraud HoUJ, K'y,Unelunatl,Ohlo, Clodnnatt, O , ll. COLL. near by. aud lbs neighborhood P. A. Clu. Bou U'y. lllnClilnaillurirqwtLotofMtllatnel. who wanU to be, rid of a huibaud who asm age, $31; an bull, $54; aUer and Liberty Of course we mean no ditre-ape- gave it to George with hi blessing. Now, hous not olltulhaliuchadadrablafirut uutirolisd Plnnlnnam laloraala. It la UiUN.O P. A A. (I ri. U'y. Chaltauoia.Teun.i W U, 81IATTUC, J. 1IAHDV, O P A V. i'M. U'y, Vkkabura, to Stanford; but we have a fine open- George didn't give that dollar and a quarter Till p.rfn.1 Addresa u al buntord, Ky , or W W PEABODY, It only one In nauie, ha long aloe haying calve, $2J; springer from $35 to $55 per U.u I Fatteuger Agt, Mlss.1 JOKP. MtOUIKK, O.r A. Vs 8. A t, Uaa'l buptrlnundtut, can on uio at id larui. head, Sheep $4 per head with Iamb ing for a road and would luxuriate In the to tli Sunday-schoobut went to town and abandoned ber. viucmuau. K'y, Monroe, La. MIU. N4RAH C8BK, nrrlTAl of Anothfh Ollrer Plow At V. H HlMln. jvnnn iiANtsronn STAiriroiir), icy. - ir I.A. t. i. J. j be-iri- n -- -- JON. NEVEIMNCK, ROBINSON .. J. cuss-wor- I. FOR SALE atore-roo- m ! NewGoods andNew Prices f twoandone-balfatorleahlit- con-tal- 117-l- ship-per- a e. 02-- tf Stanford Female FOR SALE! bit-an- afore-hout- y y. utla-facto- TERMS MODERATE. 119-- ll' t: MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Reputation, three-minut- e C0EU ' Propr Kentucky's Itoute Enst Hotel Tllcrandy-pulliPBitiTe- n A SOLID TRAIN I.cx-liiKto- n, y WASHINGTON CITY. Small-hous- ll y de-ir- ST.ASAPH HOTEL. ISToyAjr Yorli. W. S. FRANCIS, STANFORD, - - KY. Itafurnislied, and lleilttcd Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific I a Railway. right-of-w- ay TIAIBILIEI Pub-licati- Commercial Travelers 1 ...... . Don't Led Astray! .... --. 1 - m con-ver- . d 01 ........ .. 7S0... .. il .... Cincinnati to St. Louis 1 1 ALL 4 2 2 Le.Uiatuuoos..... ... court-houa- fr $50 REWARD! Mre,i ., .J nunaa ni'-r- .... ...... , Ir (la-ol- Farm ..... ..m....... ...x.,,....' 1 ).. i, 1 blu-gi- auun-dau- orat-cla- ji l, 7FZ STAKFOttD. ICY. iSrAst toon. 'tun oM.vft tu.vro.v or tnn cot VltABlK tLBASASTJtUta, ' r ii and from 5,000 to 0,000 feet deep. TJiojo twice ns many American, nil of which Friday MnrnfiiK, Felmiary 23, 1883 profess to furnish n complete nutrition who have seen it nil unite in declaring tho most sublimo and improssivo of for the Infant during tho first few month it all natural features of tho world. It of its existence, whilo yet tho conversion KTIQVBTTB OF TUB AVI riCTX consists ot an outer and inner chasm. Tho law ol tlio nnpVia is but vofiiielj of starch into dextrine and sugar is bedi- The outer chasm is about flvo or six yond tho capacity of the unlrainod understood. One ot our esteemed milci wido with a row of palisades 2,000 eontcmimrariea informs nn gestive function. Tho examination ol feet high on either side, and a broad and thcao with n microscope, assisted by such Cftgur inquirer Hint it is a lincl form to comparatively smooth plain between. old tlio nnpkin nflcr ilinnor; Hint tlio slmplo tests ns iodine, which turns Within this pbiu is cut tho inner gorgo proper thing is to throw it with nrQll starch cells bluo, and gluten (or albumdescending moro than 3,000 feet lower, gent disregard on tlio tahlo besido tho inous) grannies yellow, has engaged the and with width of about D,G00 feet. ii plate, ia to fold it would bo a rcllection careful attention of Dr. Kphrnim Cutter, will star- Tho upper palisades nro ot very noblo on tlio host, find imply a familiarity that ot Cambridge, and his results form and uniform profiles with a highly would not benefit nn invited guest. But tle most mothers who have relied upon extravognnt pretenses set forth in architectural aspect. Tlio region through tho thoughtful reader will ngreo witli ns tho Eliza which tho chasms extend consists of a that this studied disorder is likely to lo tho circulars of manufacturers. McDououqh, who preceded Dr. Cutter .firboni fortius strata, but about forty a good deal moro trying to a fastidious miles north ot tho river appear strata of hostess than an unstudied replacing of in this fiold, has liccu in n meosuro discredited; but it appears that her asser- later ngo forming n scries ot terraces, tho napkin in good order besido tlio visjsch terrace being determined by n lino itor's plate For, when tho dinner nap- tion that tho starch, so far from being of cliffs 1.C00 to 2,000 foct high, nnd of kin is laid aside, tliero is tho fruit or transformed into dcxtrino, was not sufll- render tho recognition rcry wonderful sculpture nnd brilliant dessert napkin to replace it. Taney the cicntly altered to .'olor. Tho strata in this stairway of appearance of a pretty decorated tablo of its sonrco difficult, whether from ccrraccs are tho rcmauts of beds which wheat, rye, corn or barley was strictly with heaps of rumpled linen disfiguring truo, and that theso pretentious foods jnce stretched unbroken over tho distho symmetrically-arrange- d spaces trict now drained by tho Grand Can-foi- l. are, without exception, noarly valueless tlio sherry, champagno and bur Tlio total thickness of tho beds gundy glasses to say nothing of tho for dietetic purposes. All of them conremoved was more than 10,000 feet, nnd elalorately-decoratc- d silver sist ot bakod flour mainly, cither alono I China and ho denuded nrea moro than bouqucticres It could bo construed or mixed with sugar, milk or salts. In iquare miles. Tho denudation 11,000 began somo coses tho baking has been very inas nothing less than gross adequately performed, and tho doctor in the Eoceno time, aud has been conto fling tho voluminous napkin of modtinuous nntil tho present time. A great ern uso among such crystal! ino aud found ono that consisted merely of wheat mount of uplifting has also occurred and oats whoso starch colls wero argentitio beauty. Tho proper thing ii Jmiug tho samo period, varying accordnatutal condition. Tho to fold tho fabrio with unostentatious ing to locality from 10,000 to 19,000 caro and lay it on tho left of tho plate general result of Dr. Cutter's examinain brief terms as fol- feet, and tho present altitudo of the far from the liquid, liquors and coffee, tion may be stated .vgion is tho diflerenco between tho and thus testify to the hostess that her lows : There was scarcely a singlo ono infant foods that con- imountof uplift and tho thickness of caro in preparing the tablo has been ap- of tho itratu removed, that is 7,000 to 9,000 preciated. Tho iruo rule would 1k to tained n quantity of gluten ns largo ns that contained iu ordinary wheat flour. cot. The meeting of tho Grand Can-o- n endeavor to leavo tho original gracious is thus merely tlio closing episode pouuded wheat finish of tho tablo as distinct when tho That is to say, a gruel is superior to any of them, partic- it n long period of erosion. Tho cutting dinner ends as when tho soup was served. A tho present chasm is a comparatively Tho napkin has played famous parts ularly when boiled with a little milk ; and mothers aro in error who place tho .vcent geological ovtnt, nd probably in tlio fortunes of men and women. It upon them. As and its liegiuuiug in tho Plioccno timo, was said of Beau Brummcl and tlio mag- slightest dependence rho process of oxenva'ing the canyon nificent George, Prince Regent, that rcspocto ono very expensivo articlo, 270 part in every .onsists of tho action of two classes of to possess thoy could mako tho uses of this peculiar aatural causes. Tlio first is tho scourluxury as potent iu tho graces of n social 1,000 of phosphatio salts in connection action of tho stream upon the rocks ft i th gluten, Dr. Cutter was unablu to ing symposium as Cleopatra tho gorgeous in its bed. Tho stream is a ficrco torwealth of Ormasorlnd. Itwasonoof find any gluten at all. Tho tiling was rent carrying largo quantities of sharp tho points admired in Marie Stuart Hint, nearly pnro starch sold at an exorbitant tand, which acts liko a eand blast. A thanks to her exquisito breeding in tho price as a ncrvo and brain food, and a great remedy for rickets. So all through river will always cut down its bed when court of Mario de Medici, her table was die quantity of sediment it carries is moro imposing than tho full court of her the list. Semctimcs a traco of gluten is capablo of carrying. When was present ; moro frequently nono at ess than it great rival and executioner, Elizabeth. Jiis quantity is greater a part of it is At tho tablo of tho latter tho rudest all. In ono case there wcro ninety parts Jirown down upon tho bottom, protect-ji- g forms wcro maintained, tho dishes wero of starch to ten of gluten ; but this was it from scouring. It this respect served on tho tablo, and tho great Queen exceptional, and tho majority wero less ,ho Colorado is an exceptional river. helped herself to tho jilnttcr without valuable, ounce for ounce, than ordinary Tho other process is weathering. Tho wheat flour. Considering the fork or spoon, a pago stmidincr behind pretensions which have been dream cuts a chasm no wider than its her with a silver ower tc . tho her tratcr surface, but the cut is thus widened fingers when tho floih had been torn put forth by tho manufacturers ot theso oy the secular decay ot tho chasm, from tho roasts. At tho court of' tho foods, somo of them sustained by tho which, though slow to the perceptions, late empiro Eugenie was excessively certificates of eminent physicians, tlio oecomes greater after tho lapso of many is ono ot tho drearfastidious. The uso of tho napkin, and' report of Dr. Cutter thousand years. Capt. Dutton; before tho manner of eating an egg, made or iest comments upon human naturo that (fir American Association. recently fallen under the notico of ruined tho career of a guest. Tho great has But if tho revelations ho PAY OF JUDGES. Salute Beuve, was disgraced and tho journalist. critic, The Supremo Court JuJges in tho sevleft off tho visiting list because, at a has mado of fraud and pretenso on tho breakfast with the Emperor and Em- part of manufacturers in this field shall eral States are not remarkably well press, at the Tuileries, he carelessly Bcrve to protect mothers from further paid. Alabama, Florida, Kansas and opened his napkin and spread it over his betrayal, and to rcscno infant life from Maino pay tbcirjSupromo Judges 83,000. two knees, and cut his egg in two in tho quack nrticlcs of nutriment, his work, Tho other States in tho Union pay as middle. Tho court etiquette prescribed though giving a tremendous shock to follows : Arkansas, 3,500 ; California, 0,000 ; Colorado, $3,230 ; Connecticut, napkin should No on our sensibilities and to our faith in medthat tho ical certificates, will not havo been done $4,000; Delaware, 82,500; Georgia, tho left knee, to bo used in the least 0; $2,500; Blinois, $5,000; Indiono, manner in touching the lips, and In vain. New York Time. Iowa, $3,000; Kentucky, $5,000; tho egg was to bo merely broken on tho AMATKUU EVOSOMT. Louisiana, $2,000; larger end with tho edge of tho Bpoon "My dear fellow," said Lavender, Massachusetts, ChiefMaryland, $3,500; and drained with its tip. The truth is, Justice, $0,000; "it's all very nice to talk about econo- Associnto Judges, $0,000; Michigan, luxury and invention push table appli- mizing and keeping a rigid account ot $4,000 ; Minnesota, $1,000 ; Mississippi, ances so far that few can be expected to expenses and that sort of thing, but I've Missouri, know the particular convention tlint tried 1,500; Nebraska, it. Two weeks aero I btonped in $3,500; may bo considered good form in any di$2,500 ; Novada, $7,000 ; Now llamp. on my way home Saturday night, and I versified society. Tlio way for a young ; Now Jersey, $5,000, the bought just the gayest little Russia shire, $2,200 fellow to do is to keep his eyes open Chancellor, $10,000; New York Chief leather, cream-lai- d account book you which, unless, he is in love, he can do Associates, $9,000; evor saw, and a silver pencil to match it. Justice, $9,500; and note what others do. If ho bo in I said to my wifo after supper : My North Carolina, S2.500 ; Oregon, $2,000; Pennsylvania, $7,000; Rhodo Island, love, all departure from current forms dear, it seems to mo it costs a lot of Chief Justice, $1,500; Associatos, $1,000; will bo pardoned him, for, as nlU tho money to keep house.' South Carolina, $3,500 ; Tennessee, $1,- world loves a lover, all tho world exknow it "She sighed and said: 000 ; Texas, $3,500 ; Vermont, $2,500 ; cuses his shortcomings. Philadelphia does, Lavvy, but I'm sure I can't help Virginia, Chief Times. Justice, $5,250 ; Associt. I'm just as economical as I can be. iates, $3,000; West Virginia, $2,250; THE C03I3IBJCCIAL TBATBLER. I don't ajwud halt as much for candy ns Wisconsin, $5,000. NewJersoy and New What would I do without "tho boys?' von do for cigars.' York are tho only States which give How often have thoy been my friends "I never take any notico ot personal their I go to a now town. I don't know on ities, so I sailed right ahead. ' I bo- - ries. Judges more than ordinary salaKansas City Journal. hotel from the other. I don't knon ticvo, my dear, that if we were to keep a whero to go. Tho man with the 6amplci strict account of everything we spend uo SVOAH. gets off at tho samo station. I follow, sould tell just whero to cut down. I've Tho yield ot amber enno In the Northhim without n word or a tremor. Hi bought you a littlo account book, and calls tho bus driver by name, and orden every Monday morning I'll givo you ern States will not averago over ten to - him to get out of this now, as soon at jomo money and you can set it down on twelvo tons per acre, A Louisiana we aro seated. And when I follow hint Dno sido, and then during tho week you planter rcpoi ts of the yield of six leadI am inevitably certain to go to tho best con set down on the other sido every- ing plantations in Louisiana for tho year house there is in the place. Uo houti thing you spend, and then oil Saturday 1879, that the number ot tons of cano at tho clerk by name, and fires a joke al aightwecan go over it and see just per acre varied from seventeen to twenty-thaveraging a littlo over ninetho landlord as wo go in. He look) whero the money goes and how wo can ree, teen. Tho number of pounds ot sugar over my shoulder as I register aftei boil things down a little.' mado from a ton of cano varied from him, and hands mo his card with a shoul "Well, sir, she was just delighted of recognition. r He poops over tho thought it was a first rato plau, and tun eighty to 122, averaging a littlo over again, and watches theclcrk assign pocket account book was lovely regular 100. The averago was over 2,000 pounds mo to ninety-thre"Ninety noth David Copporfleld and Dora business. of sugar per acre, besido tho molasses. ing," no shouts. "Who's in fifteen ? ' Well, sir, tho noxt Saturday night wo In dry Egypt, the cano averages twenty-twtons per aero; in Brazil, twenty-flv- o Tho clerk says he is saving fifteen foi got through supper and she brought out to thirty tons per aero ; in Cuba, Judgo Dryasdust. "Well, he be that account book as proud as possible, tons per acre ; in thirty to thirty-tiv- o Mowed," says my cheery friend, "give ind handed it over for inspection. On tons per acre. Two Lira tho attio aud put this gentleman in ono sido was 'Received from Lavvy $50.' Baxbodocs, thirty-si- x tons ot sugar per aero is a common profifteen." And, if tho clerk hesitates, he That's all right I Then I looked on tho In many reBeizes tho pen aud gives mo fifteen him- ether pago, and what do you think was duction in tho tropics. gions tho production U much moro than self, and then ho calls tho porter, and thero? 'Spent it all I Then I laughed, ' orders him to carry up my baggago and tnd of course she cried, and wo gave up that. put u firo in fifteen, and then in the tho account-boo- k Two iou.no ladies wero accosted by a racket on tlio spot by samo breath adds, " What time will you mutual conscut. Yes, sir, I've been gypsy woman, who told them that for a be down for supjcr, Mr. Unrdctto?" thero, and I know what domestic ocon-wa- y shilling each sho would show them their And ho waits for mo, and, seeing that I means, I tell yon. Let's have a husbands' faces in a pad of water, which urn a stranger iu the town, he sees that cigar." being brought thoy exclaimed, "Wo am cared for, tlint tho waiters do not only seo our own faces." " Well," said VALlfUllNlA UAISINS. neglect mo ; he tells me about tho town, tho old woman, "thoso faces will bo In Culiforuin tho prejudice against your husbands' when you aro married." tho iooplo and tho business. IIo it home-mad- e raiding is being overcome by breozy, cheery, bockblo, full of good stories, always good uatured ; ho frisks the adoption of the same methods cm Tim Emperor and Crown Prince of ployed iu overcoming tho projudico with cigars, and overflows with g Germany uro icputed very against native wines namely, branding masters in their respective establishtickets;" ho knows all the foreign best rooms in the hotels : he always lias tho packages with ments. When tho bell is a long whilo u key fur the and turns a seat names and attractive foreign labels. As being answorod, tho latter has a way ot for himtclf and his friends without a matter ot fact, tho quantity of foreign supposing " thoso wires are out of order troubling tho bnuumuu, but he will wines consumed in California at present asraiu." rido ou tho wood-boor stand outside is comparatively riuull. Evon much of sold under foreign labels Wehstiii Waonuh, the inventor ot the to accommodate a lady, aud he will give what is still is reasonably suspected ot being tho na--ti sleeping car, was the liuhost man that his tout to an old man, I know him up e product. lUisins aro going through ever becamo tho victim ot a railroad acpretty well. For three years I have tho sumo process, and it hus already cident. lxt?n. traveling with him, from Colorado happened that nativo ruisius undor a to Maine, and I kuow the beat for outforeign disguise have been lauded to the Akeoho in Upson county, Georgia, weighs the worst. I could hardly get skies for their excellence in size, quality got rid ot a bono felon by cutting off his uloug without him, I am glad ho is bo aud aniieurunce. flncer with a hatchet. HnrtU'tt, numerous. 1 well-coin pro-easihalf-folde- d $1,-00- There Aro about twenty European Tho Grand Canyon ts about 220 miles preparations styled infant foods, begin long, firm flvo to twclrb miles wide, nlng with that ot NcMld, and at lcait WfltLK there's lyo thero soap, Thaiw tip a child in tho way should hnvo gono yourself. A uooir with n looso leaf should bo bound over to keep tho piece. Thduuni!- - bear ttlttuM to the positive curative powtrs nf the flrml German fn -- NAM Ms nUHMlT, Ket 11 cut nth niiuiToiis. M""KTIIOD18T, MOUTH -I vlftorator, Pee siUtrtlwmint. Hold hy ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Penny A McAliMtr, Stanford, Ky. Mt. Vernon, Ky night eicepl the Trmrwlar nlshl -- Mmileon II. C Mfftlson. everv nurnlaj morning and bint Prarar Meeting efiry (tumtar Hchool at vi a. is. Miiperlntendent ll. Fnrrz says ho enn't oat oleomargarine becnuso it diangrenso with him. is n littlo singular that a ruau will bolt n ticket ho cannot swallow. "In Nantucket there nro sixteen women to ono man." Happy mnn I "That butter h too fresh," ns tho man remarked when tho goat lifted him over tho fenco. What riles n country postmistress is to havo n postal card como to tho olllco It BROWN'S IROH lltY J. el llauc a, Paatrir rtervUet Will practico hit profcaelnn In Rockrastt and BAPTIST and Fourth PundsTrs morning and night, Praret Meeting ever Welnf.lav after adjoining counties and In th Court of Appewlr, noon, ftunilajr Hchool at 1 10 a. si, 11, K. Barrow Ppeclsl attention given to collections. Huprtlntendcnt - Worship l.y tht rotigrrgallon OlllllHTIAN..1st Prrerhtngbr lr J. W. Col onlwrond and Imrth lord't ilais. Kunlay Hchool at 18. Jot, Hevrranre, fuperlntendent 8TANFtnt. KY nitWIIYTI.HIAN. HdlTII llee, I. H. MtFI. I roe pastor W. P. WALTON, Proprietor. lie ill. HunerintemteKundar rVhrml it no John W. Weilnee.f.f nlrhtt OPERA HOUSE, Reasonable as above. Slicefdta,f,esM. BITTERS will cure ilripepia.heartburn, inula lit, kidney uiwue, liver complaint, and other watting riiseaiei HUM mm .'ete M r.1 eVen-fr- y Pealing rapaeltr, Ineludlng gallery, (00. ratet to god attractions. Addrrae written in French. A ciauecock ought to tie good eating. Does not tho poet sny, "Tho bravost nro tho tendcrest? " A Vassar Colluob girl, upon being asked it sho liked codfish balls, said sho 'Tilti tf'ait mil n4 A lass: IS (VT mifn 1 rfh' jfflplfcT,, m OLl DAILY 1$ BROWN'S IRON Domooratio Nowspappr! It published to subscriber! st tbe following saaaaaaVSC faEna saaaEfl ltAlMSM ol'HUII-CltlTIO- Nl never attended any. too lato to mend. Which is Why tho cobbler never has your boots dono at the timo promised. Tutnrr-Tw- o citciises nro bleeding this unhappy land. What n tough timo it is those poor old jokes ar having. The force of hnbit exnmplo hai no effect ou tho man in tho moon. Ho stays sober when tho moon gets full. "Six Giui-- " is the title of tho latest novel. It Is expected that a sequel, entitled "Our Broken Gato," will 1k issued soon. An Irishman, eating his first green corn, handed the cob to tho waiter and asked: "Will yo plnze put somo moro bancs upon mo o thick ? " The following tyiogrnphieal error bIiowsHio importauco ot a comma. At n banquet this toast was given : " Woman without her man, Is n brute." o-- tt It is novcr BITTERS enrichra the blood and puiifiea the ijrstems cures weaVnen, lack of energy, etc. Tiy bottle. BROWN'S IRON isperln maformlly with the slne rites (loflnnall.O. TIIK Dally and Muoilajr edition, on jrar 17 M 4 OH Dslljr and Kurnliy rlltlen, six months Dally and Sunday edition, three monlhs 2 t0 Tlit iirrpurttlton U pnrHy ivrtM9 uml tt All subscriptions Invariably In advance. n1 fnm nil 1tir tfifnj or tirlncnil k.t H urvnttnti I malle.1 free It l AttAotnie ir ntAtfi Aneitraropy ollhe fn-rth him an ytent it H not ra tpnilnc to year to anv who will rsl-- e a club ol lb mmidfUcait-AinrPe- ii lor one ws ti nnt rtttiilrrn iIH Uk ten annual autriwtilUra al on pottofflre, aad for- tl , winch rnvllty m thrr wi i v h:.M ward their niinrs and tngether with 170. rnmmrfwl II tnrtfty iMmivritrri-r- r rsn ti'1 Mpplf II with mM Ii Y t A lllll Kit ftM huppr nri unmn Dally and Dunday edition, I rents rwrek,or f.cr, tnit)ijriniti'lrH(i llli'i wtrm Ittirttilf eiium tf II. th crnliiiM It ih muly 88 rents r mouth, payable to carrier. I t utapln toUto trmrtf Utter I'UICi: BY MlNII I.e. COPY pi), i i 7 iwouunr" alrrMMent7 0t Two rents ri)M Trv imi, nnd Dtllr Dillon la ( Buuday (doubto sliej .. Tbre e- nts CO, Munuftvi jfMt r v Agenle. rarrlere. newadestcrv, newsMys or any Am Offtr, 9ifft Jf.ilM mtrrrt one handling TDK NKMS, arniUlrrl tusell lb rt Milt, rosraiiK rate cweverKe. unbnr, rritU parwlll Hre, bl ..... r VitooHi;' A IVrnUlnMUtirOisI j Pmut fH.iHIU, McAlltTHt. THE WEEKLY Will l NEWS! BITTERS It the only Iron intparatiou thai does not color the teeth, ami will net cause headache or constipation, at other If on preparations ull. IsshoI by lb Cincinnati Newt Fabliibinr; Co. a Ivmoetatle irr, dele.l to P lilir-- , Newe. Msikels, Agrimiiert and I. lerahire and It It Aaanew itndldst for public frtt, lb Vt rk ly News will eiter to tbe rtuHlrcm u "I lis .ead ns It will thoroushlyillsrwaa all itvt iiuetttj s oflhedsy. It will give peiirr.iler aitniin t Ihegalbtrlngef Ihenews .are wui l Itken In roiiiHIIng the various Market irpwi" In tlielnlcieatof the fIM , a gnull .par will i devoted to sgrlruliute llereral llinaiuie ard vsrlousmalteis filled fr tbe tjmilf ilrrl win comprise an Important ilrriui m ol the piper, and II will lethe purpoeeo tbe mansgeinrni laao edit an--l publish the Tbe Weekly News silorotu merui 11 io ana matt ii a wcieeiu visiter in every ' bouseaold. Tbe Weekly News Is Isrg quarto, roo'slnl g alily-lw- r columns of trading milter, printed on a a An article ol calendared paper. In order Io reach all classes. It will lw told at the following low single copy, one year II club of ten ceptre, maltol tu one potlefflcr, ooe year .. .. ..M H.. 9 Ot) Acluhollwenty roplrs. mailed to on uet- 17 00 office, one jrar post- A club of thirty eoplet, tntllol la on . 21 00 olOce.on year A club of frty cordee, ruslled to on wt- 80 00 olllce, on year. And larger eluU at tbe rale of 7 cents wr copy per annuo And In addllloo. TbeWeekly .News will be ma fir for one year to any prmn who will raise a rlubotlweuly orioor aaoual tubacr bcrt tt on pttotOce. and forward their nauet and address with the requisite amount ol money, at per above table of rate. A A III lie edited will, able rsmlly Newtiir the view ufnitklii. Is admir- i BROWN'S IRON GsonaiB (4 years old, at tho "Mamma, may I havo somo sardines?" Mamma: " Wait till Tm ready, Gcorglo.'' Georglo (surprised): "Why, mo, it's mo ns wants 'cm." who had reAjj English sorvant-gir- l turned from tho United States, to visit her friends at homo, was told that shu "looked really aristocratic" To which sho responded: " Yes, in America all of ns domestics belong to tlio hire class." Bonwso.v (after a long whist bout nt tho club) "It is awfully late, Brown. What will you say to your wifo ? " Brown (in a whisper) " Oh, I shan't say much, you know; 'Good morning, dear,' or something of that sort. Sho'll say the BITTERS Ijidiei and alt tuflcren from neus, ralgia, hysteria, and kindred will find it w ithout an equal. itATr.s or HVitHt'iti I'Ttasi ......... chitis, LnrytiRttis, Ilnokinfr, Spat' raodic, Chronio nnd Whooping Coughs, Soro Throat. Soro Choi t, Congested Lungs, Inllamod Lungi, IPnournonia. 00 Seotlm J II W ATMlX. O W Pearl 14 Cur on CouRha. Colda. Croup, Bron- Ctreel,tlr.clanttl, HALL'S Ratabrh Cavity-Chro- Afflicted, Attention DR. G ANN'S KEMEDIES! filE nto FOB THE MILLION. PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS 13 nECt,M..arnED by Pitta, ui.q photographer started in ouiunn Cijirrli tho Haa.il or vol Citarm of tho Cnr, CSOIiI ! Uioora- - of ins takon IttTkHNALLV,ttyo ana to bo a desperado, but he lost his life MANOKACTUItED HVV K. OANN, M. D.. Thro.f. n ' CTLV upon thn (nooil and ' Will I distributed smoog Iboee who obtain and tho first time ho tried to kill a man as, MONTICEI.LO. KY. n! U vJurfflCoa of tho Oyetcm. and tt aend to Tbe Weekly News Ihe teo largest club, ot t.'ucoua IS tho lieat Blood Purifier In tho after coverung his intended victim, ho full ralatulwerlbers Irons aov ooe hta'ebr the 1st WO-LTh worll It lllcd with b wonderful, toiutl-fdsy ol July. IMS. Each subaiilpllon In tbre nid la worth AIL that la gavo tho victim timo to draw and shoot toil Intricate invention ol min, yn all lb chrcod for lt,for THAT nlono. club win o srnlut thit lb wurlJ hii first, by pausing to remark cro ho fired : combined Ulrnt and produrrd inTtMng mil ti er mown mi ntttr tn ONE DOLLAR PEU YEAB. CliLY l!iIE?ml?Rl FOR CATARRH roniMrt with 'lr. Utnn't ItewrdlM." Xlrdinl "Now, look natural I" Boston lloa In gold kill tnd telenet bt, u yet, 1111 to iiKojtt For Urgtst Club ra-i- N Tim MAiucirruAi 2(0 2d to inrm, ir lot curt litMothkii (to now girl, who had been or limit fiuti thtT art recommended. At their . And wo offer Ono Hundrod Oollnns tor any . 100 " " Jd for which Mary, Tiriuet ana utew are praised Orsto of CntTerh It will not Cueo. 90 " 4lh " the children) . . -hired to ainuso ir inouunut tnroucn " Sill " ,. . . KO out Iht lenjth and breadlh ol and Y1I.I. CL Ui: Ak CASU how is this ? Theso childreu are making Standard r'aoillr Mcdlclnet, thtjtht land, be at . TO .... . (lb " cannot Office) of A. T BrxwanT CbI " 7th " anl are full auUttntlitrd ,j tbt Cnicioo, 111 , Juno 4, Ibfti. t noise " "Well, indeed they a terrible ' Mb 60 Co.. THrdo, O lltnrl y J (h,nft tdeaatra .,. o como 0" -lh " are. ma'am, and I'm so glad you Inlnfunnlrn you UtKtltmrn - I Ukft i'or Cought, Cblda, Croup, Bronchitis, Consump" ... -" 10th " tion aud all blteaaeai ol tht Throat and Lunii, tlutt 1 bao used Hall Catarrh Olrr. It baa in. Hero I've lioen trying to writo for rurednsK Iwavtvery bad anil don't hrellAleto l,00 the last half hour, and their noiso m bo Urie Dr. Ghuii'h Cough Nyrup. Total woiklng tor tb alv pitmluuit must say 'rMlltwtllrurwauyraaflof Calarrtilf laira Youra truly, Parties rest." A CoUJnAPO $1,000 IN ul D, ot :" .. 1 diitra'is"'." 'I reg-inte- e. o TUB OLUltr OF irBIISXKB. Tlio longer I live nnd tho moro I study tho constitution of tho United States, the moro I am impressed with his claim to bo regarded as its defender and na tho greatest of its expositors. It was not merely that he had a chief and most important influonco in settling many of tho specific questions ot interpretation that arose during his day. It was in his relation to tho paramount question of tho nature of tho Union, as established by tho constitution, tliat his power was most signally exercised and his most enduring laurels wcro won. In this respect it may, think, be truly said of him that there has been no statesman of our age, perhaps thero has been no ono in all tho ages ot modern civilization, whoso noblo intellect has moro impressed itself upon the destinies of a great country than has tho intellect ot Daniel Webster. Thero havo been men whoso will, whoso ambition, whoso selfish interests, have enormously affected the fortunes of millions for good or for evil. Butwhoro has thero bton n man whoso intellect, opart from all passion, has determined tho character of a great Government in such a manner as to furnish the basis, the justifiable, legal and moral basis, ot a civil war of stuiKjndous proportions, waged for tho assertion of lawful authority. This is tho glory, tho untarnished, tho unmatched glory, of Daniol Webster, which will carry his namo and faino farther down tho course of tho centuries than that &l any other American statesman of our time. George Tieknnr Invariably aend one dollar with each name r portFor Uver Coroplalnt,Dicptla. lndlee.tlon Jauned, and they should give names wlih 1' O. addice, ConsUpatlon, Sour Blomach and all Bilious dresses, and tend money at fast tt Iht luUcrtbeti Dlieaaet, art obtsloed Hraaltiniounttof moaer may be tent by null al TJmo (Jhuii'h Liver Cure. tbeCumpany's rtsx.but amotiutsovrr 11 must teat by iaioflc luooey ordr, checker by regls-rerfeller. Heod lor stlmn copy and then For Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, nrklaro and Swclllngs-aneitercal application fur manor euliacrlbe for It. Addrres TIIK WEEKLY NKW8. beast 294 tnd 2 liar street, anetnntll, Ohio. pruirl. F. Dr. J. U. WrsTTimroim. AVtIHTII BIO A 1IOTTI.K. llk-li.- . Havo had wrtua llmaar, "nuurh (or SJ yearn. Kali' cUrrh Cur cured run. Oooakler It worth ltUOa.lwttle. by all I)nittta at Jirta jwt bottle. t ld F J. CUXNRY & CO. Kiwtactured and rs, TOIXIX), OUIO. 1U Jiktn, uV lino Dr. Gauu'ri Elnhucut. For sale la Sianbrd by Peony A MeAllster. ForFtlea, Hemorrhoids, Burns, Fistula and all tin liar disease. -- Use Dr. Gann'H Pile Ointment. IJUtcr-Swcct THE- For Fresh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers and Old Sores, Use Dr. Ghhii'm OIhIuicuI. UHcDr.GHim'M Stomach Hlttcra Reliable Toole. Appetiser and Ulood Purifier, and alto curet Djpeeiwta. Indigestion, Liver Complaint, Malarial Ftrert tnd ill periodical Dlscssea. Manufactured and for salt br NTERIOR JOURNAL .ffaflHaaak ttf&jt -- A I J4r-iKIK -- W. IC. 2C. 3D., Ky. acTAII orders Bole proprietor, Mootlcello, M-- U by mall will receive pioiupt attention. KENTUCKY CENTRAL BT -T- AI I TO R. UEUOtJTDESIlUBLE ROUTE And decldedlr tht Popular Route. aflbrdlDf. aa It doe, last cbsngeaand superior accommodations to CINCINNATI! Miuonri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, Tb North, Northwest and West. In fact. If jou conumplata a tripln anr dlretlion, vour Interest will ba beettervca br nurcuatioa Tour licstia via K. C tnd Cincinnati. 1 Tralos each war i Pull man ralaceiaia; Lltganl new psr LOacnee, ana handsomely furnished Reclining Cbslr Cars lorm the uneuualed eoulbtueutt of ibis Old Reliable. thcrabr making a trip oier this lint one ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Trr It. TIME TABLE. IN KFFKOf DEC. l. 1832. -- a Soutu. Lve. Covington..- -. No. 2. 8 00 o 60 80 "thou-soud-mil- o easy-goin- high-soundi- inlol S3 p utillJO pm OBTTiXa A I'lCTVKB TAKES. 1 28 p in 7 SO p u II 23 pu getting your photographs taken Lve. Lexington .. Iu 8 20 p u II 10 am Arr. Winchester, 01 observo tho following rules : Keen vour " lit. Sterling,... i 21 p in 00 p ui 12 tS am 7 p ir Ashland 483 am 08 p m " Huntington eyes fixed upon tho floor until the moNo. 6. No. 1. No. 8. Noutu. ment comeH to "keep steady." Practico Huntington.. a your sweetest cxpresilon before tho Lve, AshlaudL. .... 8 80 a tu ....- -. ... ..., 7 IS iu " glass, in advance, and begin to express ...... alt. Sterling II 88 a tu 8 SO a m . " Winchester ,,. 12 21 p lu 10 a iu ., when you see wu tuuu imvuuco wun mo Arr. Lexington ... 1 U p u 7 do s u , ...... snuaro box. Try to think ot somothinir Lve. Islington.., 2 lupin 7 43 am 813 pm " l'arls. ..,... SOOpin 8 83am 833 pu " Cvntblsna.... calm nnd placid molassos for example Win 4 43 p m 10 19 a tu 823 pm ' Falmouth.. In your hands to steady Arr. Covington... Keep something a 13 p m II 33 a m 8 13Jim is a good thing. your nerves a corn-co- b MAYdVILLE DIVISION Novcr pay the entiro sum charged in No. Lr. Lexington H pu. Arr. Mtjivlllel 10pm No. 10 Msvsvlllt 8 00 am, " Lexington 23am advance, and always remember that tho No. 11 " Paris 6 20 a in. " Jlajiilll 8 4.1am Leilngtoue83jim pooplo mako tho most No. VI " Maitvlllt 12 40pm plainest-lookinsuccessful toictures. Falmouth.. 10 Cjnthlin " ParbL. II Arr. Lexington.. . a 10 p ml 18 pm a in 8 ou p mllOOSpm am 6 p pin No. i. I No. 8. asOpmllOOpin tin 4 ru ST3ESA.3VE- kJTOB Illlpn tllpv ....... ,. Is Froparod to do all kinds of Printing in tho Best of Stylo and at City Figuros. Try us. PRIHITIN& OFFICES ,,..., . EDWARD WILDER'S and Ague, Inttrmltltnt Ftrtr, Dumb Agu, Dyipspsli, Utr Never (all t) etna Complslnt, ladigtttien, Celia awl Flu. It will Cuio Coillvtntss. It lx a tola Anlllllout Alttittiv aud Toalo, a mild, and Dtlightful tavigerant (or Dtlictt Woman, a powerful recupo-Mu- t attar tbe framo boa Lrcn debilitated and reduevd by alcknoaa, an cxcellcat appetlxcr, glca touo to the dlgvatlru organs, prercnU Mslsrit, brace up the tyttcm, ttrcngUicna tho portal circulation and clean tbo wbolo aulmal economy from Iho tceds ot dlacoio. Tho allghtost attack ol torer may bo a prelude to tbe wont, aud the remedy that would conquer tt wbllat tt ta yet lu lis commencement, may bo ot no valuo when It U at lu full development, l'artlcu-larl- y la thU tho case with persona around whom the pestiferous Influence ol Malaria clwgJ In tho form ot Dumb Chills, Drew Agu, Pslnful Splttn, and Wttk Stomath. For the Cure of all Ihe above IHseatca tbl ireparatlou stands uurivalcd, and IU good and permanent effects are attested by thousands, and It la recommended alike by tho ablest medical men and the mlnttlry TRY IT, alt you that are atlllrtcd, and be convinced of tta wonderful power aud beuetl-ria- l effoctt. lUpu llliu Ftr g car-seat- x No. truudallr. and baa darcoachie from Cin cinnati to Washington. Pulluiao Mleeitera to aTaoa- W tod Bexohbb Stows says : "A ba Falls.tito)t Vaonljr atRrtllulrg CbalrK Car to It, 11. Stiltons ou C dog is nothing but organized love lovo where time It given. No. 2 runt dslljr, except No. Sundsvi hu through coacbetlollunilngton. on four feet, incawtd in fur and looking i ruua dallr, except Sunday, has through coaches piteously out at tho oyes lovo that to Ml. Sterling and parlor car to Marsvillt. No. 8 runsdslli hst tlrgtutdt coach fruui Washing ton, puiiman oieeptr irom avanawna rain ana would die for you, yot cannot speak." ILuiBa-- T parlor care from Ltxlng on to Clnclnoatl. Oulv Hun-da- Urea stop. No, land 8 lundalljr, except takes pict and tiava through coachea fruui llunllnaton Sterling, liliect connection at Loslogton ures by electric light. Tho instantane- and alt. with alsnet for Richmond. Kr.. Lawrencebunr.Kr.. and VtrsItla,Ky, process, which is ous gelatiLO L. BROWN, U, W. BENDER, peculiarly suscoptiblo to tho influence of Qen'l Pass. A Tit. Agt. tJuiwiUteodent. Utneral offlcee, Curtngtoo, Kr, electrio light, Is employed. A Buffalo nhotoirranher dry-pla- to STOMACH BITTERS For Islalo lik a Stun for cl ly Itmuy at MoAllutur, "ffiT' ' " ' , ""