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Semi-weekly interior journal: February 27, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883022701_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: February 27, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 10 VOLUME X.-NUMBKR - Hericfa Send 510. Orutlle Fed to the Reader of the ridge Newt. Breckin- iitteftof ImtfiiaL 27, 1883. Haf STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY Bitt ef Common Law. A NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 12 o. W, P. WALTON, T. ft. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor A dry toast: A dark deed: Butlnett Manager negro. Tho harvest of winter is reaped with icicles. Tho teetotaller's. A conveyance to a t'nbllthra Tiiriihtyn nit it frltlnw, 0IU.no Frequont "smiles" mako a toper M ' his great energies and talents to tho , right. In like maimer tho leader of the revenue reform movement in tho United States I moan Jlr. David A. --Welle, but for whoso courage, nnd devotion, aud self sacrifice, the mass of tlio people would to day be igno ranfof tho atrocities inflicted by our Urifl laws was a protectionist. In a recent lecture Mr. Wells said . "In t 1807,ias commissioner of tho revenue of the Unstcd States and a firm believer in tho doctrino of protection, growing out of early training in a family of New England manufacturers, I personally visited and studied the industries 'of Europo. And, as I in band straight went notebook from the factories aud machine shops of England to tho factories aud ma chine shops of tho coutiueut, I found that, Just in proportion as wages do i (creased, tho domand for protection to , domestic industry mid the dread of 'British competition increased; and that ibis was especially the caso when through commercial- - depression and scarcity- - of empbymeut a supply of JJibor,to,tuo continental manufacturer was available at less than the averago i 'rates. The revelation of this fact wni equivalent to a knock down blow, planted right between tho eyes, to ' many of my previous economic ideas; of 0 iior.it exposed tho falsity this the plea so constantly urged in country that American tabor, by reason of its ability to earn higher wages than its (European compotitors, needs to be shielded and protected; and I then and there took my first step in conversion from protection to free trado. In toad of high industrial short. being evidence of high coTt production in this country, it is direct ovidence of a low cost of production; and, instead of being an argument in favor o( tho necessity of protection, it is a demonstration that none is needed. The man who has the weaker side of an argument always makes the most noise. If you want to boar a pig squeal get bim penuod iuto a cor ner. feel reel good. Nothing has so many ties binding it ' wnhwM ilaj'l wl stamps In payment of to the earth as n railroad; change, and then of ile Some girls, like old muskets, requlro nominations not ever three rentsa great deal of powder, and then fail to go oil. Jhe Blotting of Commercial Freedom. Ifsomo men wero measured by the Below li tlio concluding words of size ot thoir souls, a square inch of Air. Watlorson'a speech before tlio cloth would mako them a full suit of Tcnncuoo Lcgislnturo: clothes and Icavo enough remnant to Tlio timo has como when tlio freeconstruct nu overcoat. dom of trado which, restricted to tlio Tho rcasnu wo do not employ pretBin tea of tlio Union, hits bcou as a ty girl compositors on this paper is, unshino to tho industries of tho Uniwo oro married, our wife has nn opin ted 8 tales, should be enlarged. T lioso ion of her own on tho subject, and wo induitries aro as hIIo now to stand are man enough to respect that opin alono as thejr ever will bo. Tho longionand selfish enough to entertain er the nre protected , tho more tho an affection for our already loo rapidwill need protection. And I stop a ly thinning hair. moment to ask wh, if protection bo "In dreams alono, I walk with , tho protectionists uch a good thluj-thee," writes a newspaper poet. It do not advocate it botween the Stated, strikes ui that must be nn unsastisfac si that cotton fabrics "in Georgia may torysortof promenading. It wasn't ba protected from cotton mills in New our stylo when we used to promenado Kogland, and tho coal and iron of with tho girls. Wo always preferred Tennessee from the oro beds and fur terra firma for our feet to tread, and nacca of Pennsylvania? That would aud tho dark side of tho street for a be logical ai least, though it is not stroll; and then, with our arm around what we want, her wnist, nnd and Hut what's tho Wp .want tho open markets of tho i use of telling pooplo who've been thcro world. Wo want moro consumers to how wo managed it? DreamHi Bless take our surplus products. Wo want you, thcro was nothing dreamful in more partnerships and fewer corporathe plump waist we squeezed, the ripe tions. Wo want cheaper production; red lips we kissed! Not a bit of it. aud to got it without cutting wages, And, another thing, which is both a we want cheaper machinery and cheasecret and a hint, boys. Don't you per raw material. tool around any sensible girl with If is sever high priced labor that dreams. She wants something more eweta protection against low priced subttautial when courting is on deck labor. It is oxactly tho reverse No How Gamiietta Lost an Uve man can study tho question, oven in the light of tho urguments advanced itis father, who had no provision of by tho protectionists, without seeing tlio hoy's future celebrity, wanted to that thoy answor and dcteat thcin- - secure him against military servico by selves. It is tho only question I have keeping him nn Italian. Immunity ever encountered in which the greater from soldiering was brought about ac the research the mora extreme aud cidentally. As Gambslta was watchoporato on a positive tho opinion. Usually inqui- ing a knife-grinry begets moderation. Hut it is im- wheel, tlio blade of tho knifo got depossible to be tranquil and patient in tached from ihe handle aud flow into tho presence of the enormities that the boy's oyo and blinded it. He wns lurk beneath and rally about this sys- very much petted in consequence, and tho mother was emboldened by her tem of gigantic rapine and wrong. It vhappuod that the leader who iucrcaied tenderness to insist upon gave, froe trado to Kuglaud I menu Leon being senttotho Petit Seminaire Kir Robert Peel, the prime minister, of Moutfaucon to receivoa classical but for whom it must havo been ro education. Her husband was an eno- tarded half a century was a Tory, my to higher instruction and thought and a reprcientativo of tho aristocrat mo communal ecnooi sumcieut tor a ic, protected classes. Ho could not boy whoso destiny it was to bo a pro,-- , Century. resist tho argument, and, like a bravo vincial grocer. and true man, ho yielded to it, conA young man sat for Aiveral hours fessed ho had been wroug, and gavo on waiting-roo- m in a IJ3li ANNUM. der straight stretch tho of tho Union depot, atIilwau-kc- o, , tji tho other day, with- - a pretty young woman on his lap. The parties were evidently a ruraKbridal coucherry-lippe- d ple. Tho girl was a blonde, and she seemed to enjoy tho pienfe immensely. Every onco in a whilo the man would nestle his face down against the cheeks of tho girl and kiss her passionately. Thero was a crowd of people in tho room watching the saccharino proceedings with great interest. The young pooplo did not in tho lea.t tako any Tho Homing Journal is responsible notice of anything or anybody, nnd scorned perfectly oblivious to all sur- for this novel code of hotel regulations: "Guests jumping from the 5th Chicago Times. roundings. story whitlows will be charged extrn. Ordiuarily speaking, the lawyer is In the office of tho hotel is a largo a grand swindle. He's next in rota firo-prsafe; tho proprietor will not tion to tho two grandest swindlers on bo liable for auv cuest who does not earth, for leading wholo flocks of men, deposit' himself in it for the (night. women and children from a world of Johnson aire Dtimns unrvml tin. thn tuouglit to a pit oi uarkueas, igno- - Too'irr, chnrgedJextra. GifesCraro re ranco and superstition wo refer to quested to pay their bills before going tho ordinnry, illiberal, narrow mind to bed, as they may not havo lime ed physician and preacher. Of course whilo the firo is burning," wo except a bravo, generous and no Very littlo can be said in favor of ble spirit hero and there, but they aro ' exceedingly few, All men ought to the pistol. If every weapon of this kind in the country could be broken oducato themselves, read up on tho questions of law, morality, theology, up and the handles converted into metaphysics, fco , ito , aud reason a kindling and Uio barrels, beaten into littlo for thomselvos und not be duped plow shares, wo would bo immeasuraall through Ufa by a few quack pro bly better 6IT. Possibly sorao other device of satan would soorl succceod it, Bourbon News. fessional men. but there is hardly a cliunco that oven New Jersey, tho land of bottled the, priuoo of darkness could conceive lightniug mid bank defaulters, lias an instrument half as mischievous us gone into tho reform business, begin- the Cincinuati Times Star. pistol. ning with the jury system. Tho AsLecturing in Boston on tho suu, sembly has passed a that in civil suits tho decision of nine Prof. Samuel P. Liugley said that if men iu a jury of twelvo, or four in a column of ic6 having n diameter at ouo ot six, shall ho received as tho its bass of 45 iniloi and extending to verdict of tho whole ti umber. This the mo3i) were erected pn one of our departure from tho venerable commou western prairies, aud ull the heat of law-ian experiment which will prob the suu wero concentrated suddeuly upon it, it would molt' aud1 become ably prove to bo a good thing. In a singlo seooud. Thoy havo a nice old lady iu South vapor rosy-faceoof s the Governor. "Why, sab, my wife run away nnd sprained my shoulder." "I don't understand how your wife's running away should sprain your shoulder." "It was dis way: Some lime ago my boss died, an' since den I'has been workin' my wife to do wagon. She's a powerful stout 'oman an' could pull twice as much as depo'ole boss. Wall, de udder day, while I wus drivin' along, we met a preacher in de road, tny wife shied, turned de wagon ober Arkan-saan'spraiued my shoulder." Traveler. A woman waTtho only passenger in a Moutaua stage except her baby, whom s ho wrapped iu her fur cloak, leaving herself unprotected from the zero temperature. Tho driver saw that she was benumbed and would freeze to death unless roused to violent exercise. Ho dragged he from tho coached and left her by the roadside. "Oh, my baby!" she cried. Tho driver cracked his whip. Tbestago flew over the snow with tho woman running after. Tho race was kept up for nearly two miles, wheu tho driver took tho mother in again and wrapped his coal around her. Ho bad warmed her blood aud saved her life. Railways. The number of roads sold during tho post year under mort gages was sixteen, the number of miles involved 8G7, and the amount of capital invested 05,420,000. This is the lightest record of wreckage in this kind of property sinco tho panic. In 187C tho foreclosures involved 8217,848,000 of capital; in 1878, 8311,031,000, and in 1880, $303,882,-OOO.whiin seven years from 187G to 1882 inclusive, tho foreclosures involvIlia Wire "Siued." "I has do ed two hundred and seventy-thre- e wtist luck ob any man I eber seed," said corporations, with a total mileage of old Isom. twenty-fou- r thousand miles, and a "What's tho matter now?" asked capital of 81,428,982,005, or nearly le Drunkcnncr Is no cxcuio for crime A gift of jicrsonal property must be accompanied by possession. The law presumes that every per. son intends to do that which ho does. The attempt to commit a felony or misdemeanor is an indictable offense The mortgagco nnd not the mortga gor must pay tho fees for recording tho mortgage A verbal relcaso of debt, not founded on valuable consideration, will not bar nn action. Any one who takes possession of a minor's ostate without tho authority of tho law may be held responsible as a guardian. Guardians, if practicable, must lend out tho money of their wards, on good security, and must collect tho interest annually. ignorance 01 me law is no excuso for the commission of crime, but ignorance of the facts may render a civil contract voidable. A person may havo his domiciln in one county or otate and his citizenship in another. Citizenship is not lost or changed by residence abroad, so long as the "intention to return" exists. Tho father is tho natural guardian nnd custodian ot ins children; but in case of separation, their custody may be given to the mother, if tho father is from any cause unfit for tbeir control or unable to support them. Thero is no warranty of titlo at nu administrator's sale, buta personal rep resentative is bound to mako tho pur chaser as valid conveyance of such titlo as his decendant had. He is liable personally for all damages arising from tho failure to follow tho law. National Bertatemfnt. at fuel. The announcement from Frankfort, Ky., that nearly 300 barrels of whis ky havo been carried away by the angry flood, will bring a pang to almost every bosom. A few fanactics may cry, "Goodl" but to tho masses it will appear liko a terrible waste. It is not tho intrinsic value of the whisky that excites this popular regret. Tho samo amount of any other valuable commodity, or its equivalent in monoy, it thrown into tho Ohio river, would not produco tho samo effect at all. But thero is a universal senti ment that whisky is mado to bedrunk, and that whisky should not miss its Tho most discomforting destiny. phase of this loss is that the bungs were out of 100 barrels, and should it over fall to tho lot of a Mississippi mariner to pick up ono of them he will find tho water and whisky mixed in such overwhelming proportions of HO to such a meagre allowance of X. X. X. that it will hardly pay him for rescuing it. Had tho Hudson river run off with tho barrels instead! of the Ohio, it is dollars to cents that after tho loss was known not a singlo barrel would pais tho Battery boatmen, if, indeed, one managed to run the blockado that would surely bo established at Hoboken. A writer in tho Iowa State Itrgitler tells us of many farmers in tho North westorn part of tho State using hay for fuel. He saw many stacks of it used for burning brick kilns. It only cost them GO cents per ton, henco was a cheap fuel and made intense heat. Only a few years ago corn was burned in Iowa and was cheaper at ten cents a bushel than coal was at 85 a ton. Now it has grown so valuable that it can not be burned as fuel. Hay, where it is being used for fuel, is cheaper than corn was when it used to bo burned, and hundreds of thousands of acres of it go. to wasto yearly. Of courso with the settlement of tho coun try, and tho improvement of the wild lands, hay will both grow scarcer and bo moro in demand, and so grow too valuablo to burn. But mcantimo it is cheap fuel to burn in those localities. WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora Houao Block, Stanford, Ky. H. Stanford, C. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall Winter MEKCJIAIVT TAILOR, Wishes to Inform his t'atrons of Stanford and tlclnlty that he has recelfed Tho best way on earth fo judge the character of a man is by the attention A Splendid Stock of Goods, and he gives his debts. If ho is careless and lazy wheu ho should bo up and Which he guarantees to make np in firstolass style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. stirring to liquidate his indebtedness, he is dishonest at heart, no matter how high his church standing nor how loud he shouts "Amen!" when the preacher offers a prayer. Oue honest man who strives to pay his debts, and does pay them to the last farthing, is worth more than a dozen so called christians who' disregard Having bought out S. II. Ilnugliiuau, we will keep their solemn obligations to their credon hand u nice lot of Horses and Binaries, which we itors. Paducah Journal. Mwiji Sale FeeA siTiAiBiiiiEin: a A.IN":D IHLAJRIISrESS SHOP. w twenty fivo per cent, of tho capital invested in the railway enterprises of tho United States. We sometimes wish that nature had designed us for a hired girl instead of an editor so that we could htve been independent. In this country a "hired girl" is only another name for affluence and financial stability. It is not an uucommon occurrence for a girl to come West, work at regular wages two or threo years, and then, as an heiress, marry a bloated capitalist and settle dowu. It is a horrible fact that unless something is done to prevent the centralization of capital among the servant girls of Wyoming revoluBoomerang. tion cannot beavoided. A Paris paper tells a story t an eccentric man who put a clause in his will that the funeral should take place at six o'clock in the morning, and that his property, an old mattress, be left to those who followed the hearse to the graveyard. As there .was nothing in tho will to attract many mourners, tho funeral was lira ited to the driver of the hearse and a He young neighbor of tho deceased got tho mattress and found in it 840, 000. will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. We aro also in TTHID And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope fo receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. arVtfJ9TEl.Iil.ir, BTAS?SSSv. Respectfully, COAL TTR,A.IE3 Tho true newspaper is published for every body, rich and poor, good and a bad, and men and women of all of intelligence. And the more "highly cultured" such a paper is, in the beat aud more correct sense, the higher will be the general apprecia tion of it. N. Y. Sun. de-gre- Hi Ci St. Asaph Block. Stanford. n. GROCER, BRIGHTi years of patient rclentlnc study and Invtstlgstlon Into toe character of this painful disease. To convince you ol Hi great merit, call on renny A. and get a .ample box free of charge. STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It embraces Staple and Fancy GroccrlcH, Patent and Fkuillj PILES! PILES! PILES! Flour, Meal, Bacon and I.ard, Tobacco and Cigars, Wood-eDr. Dcinliiu'H Aew Dlaeorery for Willow and Tinware, GIhsh and QucciiHwarc. Canned 1'llrH Is radical change from the old remedies Goods ot all kinds a specially. Ileiucuibcr ibe place, "Tho heretofore In use. The Disco rery li the mult of Corner Store." A workman who bought a book showing how to live on 15-cMerer neglect A wo'd lo the wise Is sufficient. din bottle of Brown's Expecwhen a nersand followed its advice until he a coughwill cure you. For sale by FennyAMcAIIster. torant got so weak from the diet that ho lost his place and is still out of work, has sued the author of the book for damages. If this thing keeps on, book CELEBRATED writers will have to cultivate that habitual regard for the truth which disent flfty-ce- ut Alexander PJuiuincr, of liloonillald, led., sayi he regards Brown's Expectorant the beat cough remedy he has eier uied. For sale by renny A McAUater, Stanford. A. OWSLEY & SON, -- IEALi:itS IN- - IflJ If A Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- tinguishes newspaper paragriphera. Said the lawyer to his landlady, who was roundly berating him : "My dear lady, you wasto your timo. Af ter having been blackguarded by some of tho ablest members of my profes sion, nothing that you can say can wouud me. Why, your presumption in attempting it is ridiculous." jmJ.5tv SsT Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Limo, Comtmt, Field Soods, Plows and Farming Implements. Gall and see the genuine Hamilton Flow . "The attention of partios looking for good farming lands is called to the tact that in this section 2,500 pounds of tobacco or 85 bushels of corn can be raised on one acre of ground."- Bruuswick (Mo.) News. A newspaper man, in putting on his last year's white vest, found a roll of bills in one of the pockets, amounting to 8120, which he had entirely forgotten. P. S. wero receipted. Girl None of them Sifflps Invalids, broken down In health anil spirit by lironIail)peu or auaerliiR I rum the terrible vxhiusttoii that follows tho of the attacks of acute illst-usc-, thousand been raised as by who a mlruclo from lili a tlmllar time of prostration by llostitter'a htomich Hitters, U a sura cimruntc-that by Ihe came means you, too, may be ftrcngtheueU. anil restored. for sale by all IlrucirlsU and Dealers generally. . OPBBA HOTTSE BLQOE. BOOKWALTER THE FOl&TAISUQ KNOINK. SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. 8 AVE AND DURABLE I In (set, there Is no Englu; that Musis It forl'rlce. Hlmplirlly, Durability ant lUlltble Work, Just TI1K E.NOI.NE to Drive tit Is RICHMOND graduates iu England wear gowns precisely like thoso worn by University men and made by the same tailor. The only way to tell which from t'other is to wait for a mouse. A San Fraucisco grocer had a woman prosecuted for heft, though she was 00 years old, aud what she stole was a haudful of snuff, worth 3 cents, Which would you rather write, "twoed ledum" or "tweedledee?" Why, "tweedledee," bacauso it is written with moro ease e's. Thousands are being cured of Citarth every jrtar with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that the doctors had Rlycn up and laid could not be cured. 70 centa a bottle. Bold bj Penny A McAllster, Stanford, Ky. PLANING I MILLS! PRINTING PRESSES CORN SMELLERS, compute hat recfnllr orenej In UlcbmouJ a Un and I IshIdk Mill, nJ am crriMieil to (urulsh very itml of Wood Saws, Cotton Ins, Corn Mi 11m, ISIevnlorx, Feed Mills, .iiiiHRffi 'EB1 BUILDERS' MATERIAL! If ayv lVesseN, Imthe.s, fce. Flooring, IVcatlierboHrdlujCs Doom, NhmIi, JUludN, MouldhiKH, Nlalr-whj- Call NIiIuk1' h, Creameries, hats at Tho Interior Jeariial Ve. As I Mil at ptlcM sucb as liie above articles nn we, UDCiDasii,or uiuw wuwt-s- U boutful In liausM, I sin sore I nn uis( It to roui tlrvuli4 lioiut Institutions. I am lo aiso a rsciui OfHee and nee oho ortbn denlrahle Eisjflueti In oBcrHtloH. KetiteHtber every UhkIiiu wiu l breakfast Mill do to furnish designs and cstliual T. J, Client & Co., proprietor Haifa In J ant the more toward preserving peace in the variety. She recently alludcd-tfor buildings snd all kinds at stroll work. Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any Tint I aiu duloi no small business, cm be Judgillness of a friend with "You see, he family thau will seven mottoes on the (set that ray Uuk account runs (roui case of Catarrh that can't be euro) with ed fromtothe per week. had digestion of the lungs, and then i( wall, oven though they, be; framed in IUll'a Catanh Cure. Bold by Penay A llioo li.WWand building done promptly and at Contracting living prices. Address the most elaborate gilt molding. Bottled into ammonia." McAlister, Stanford, Ky. C. H. NTAVVOKB. Boston of the geuuinu Partiugtouian A woll cooked ARCHITECT, titrl We say to all purchasers that we guarantee our Vookvtlter Loglura to be well and aubelantlally made; tube sale, simple, durable and compute In construction, to work well aud give the full power We make the above guarantee, and sell on the follow claimed when properly attached and mauael lug conditions, vis. will give Ihe purchaxf the nrst 80 daya alter the arrival vt the tnglue lo give It a fair aud satisfactory trial, Iu case the Engine (ills to eoiuenp to our guarantee, we will take Uuk the Engine, relund every duller received ou the Engine, provided the purchaser returua the Enidee lo his unreal railroad station, sad lea res 11 sublet t to our order by the clone ot said 30 daya' trial. certainly no wau couhi a a tor a mora jiuerai oner eon conirao i, . ............ .1110 00 ......... .... I'ower Engine and Holler . .80 00 l'owec Engine aud UoKer....... . rs .. S5S 00 .. ..... ........ I'ower V nglne and Hollr. .. ..... 4W to Jllorse i'ower Edglne and Holler lellver-- tt on cars at tfprlugDeld, Uhlo. further Information and aeacrlpUve pamphlet, addrvaelhe manufacturers, t 03 tf JAME.S JLKFFJUl, A CO., NprlagHeld, Okie. our Kiiaraalee. Head It: LOOK AT OUR PRICES: ..... ....... .... I : O. N. Robinson was on Saturday nomThe only question that la bothering their inated in a primary election as the demo- minds now, is how the admission of forcratic candidate for the Legislature In Shel- eign hemp free of duty will affect the by county, defeating Mr. J. O. Beckham price and production of the domestic aronly eighteen votes. ticle. PHABMACJ3T3 Hatch A refers, New York brokers, Mr. Mitchell Burdett, of this vicinity, Tuesday Morning, . nKALKR IS- have been compelled to shut up shop, the has accepted a position as Clerk in the clerk having embnxled a round $100,000, store of R. It. liaison, at Pslnt Books, W.P. WALTON. DruRs. Batighman Bros, Richmond (Va.) printers Lick. Samuel Anderson left Friday, for -unci FW OV " -AKH -and stationer have alo gone np with lia- Louisville, where he has accepted a posiC I'hjiirlam' pmnlptlnn accurately compounded. bilities of $90,000. tion aa traveling salesman for a large groAlso A flcnniM.Kit In the Bowling Orceu Tho writ of - The manager of the Kentucky Cen- cery house. Hunter Irvine spent several of tho husband, who, after lcrating ter tho Hegitter says : Democrat taji that Jmlgo Otvilcy may t tho President for occupying relations habfai corpus has always been regard tral week with relatives Mercer million, le a clover man but It can not bo for with his wifothatho alone should, cd as the great protection of Individ eight IUIIrnxd have negotiated a realising day laat Mr Robert Belli hasIngiven up Til hnnclrcd thousand bonds, county. n moment claimed that ho is the tho face, ual 111 erty and private right. But if enough for bonded Indebtedness due March his position in the grocery store of (l.o I) I.nrgrst Stock of Watches, and slapped him several times in equal either of ICnott or Jonc, short Clorks, Jewelry A Mlrerware blacking his eyo and mashing his in its namo and under the color of law 1, and leave a balance sufficient to complete Burdett A Co, and will leave in that he ought to Ira defeated becauio road to connect with the Knoxvllle while for loulsvllle, where he expects lo Ever brought to this raarktt Prim Lover than Thero is no telling whothcr made for its protection, criminals in- the nose. Wslenee, flora iM Jewelry Extension of the Etat Tennessee, Virginia attend the Commercial College. Bob Is a hit unclo "Sam" Owsley when govlhslwtshort nolle snd Warranted. on tho story is truo or not, but if it is, dicted, tried and sentenced by tho and Georgia system. good fellow, and we wish him success ernor refused to pardon ono Dr. Ab-nc- r Mr. Davis acted extremely hasty. highest criminal courts of tho Slate, Another horror reported, and this wherever he may locate. Baker, who murdered his brother-in-laFor some time past Messrs. Wslton A Why didn't ho do liko old man Lang can bo taken from the hands of tho time the news comes from Capetown, South scribbler claims and whom tho try, when ho learned of the intimacy Stato itself by Magistrates in counties Africa. By the sinking of the Pilot Bride Sweeney have been raMng small quantiwas a lunatic. This is exceedingly sailors ties of tobacco from their warehouse Debetween his pretty Lily and the Prince rcmoto from that in which tho crim off Desolation Island, eighty-onhappened termined to find out who the (Metes were, poor logic as well ni a lamcntnblo and inals wcro convicted, and turned loose were drowned. The disaster of Wales: put her on tho atago away back in October, but it has taken they set a watch and early Saturday mornlack of knowlcdgo of present and past let her draw crowds under such pros-tig- o upon society or remanded back to jail four months for the news to reach us from ing a spring wagon loaded with tobacco was Owsley pn!ar Ha nl Agricultural Implements anl Pleasure In order In let eon tot of lhelet rind must facts. In tho first place, Judgo to fill his depleted pockot boos: for further proceedings, then truly that fsr off corner of the world. Mr. Vehicle, and also In onlee lo enable me lupim haw In such uanllllei aa lo obtain lha largtot 4U. seen going towards Nlcholaavllle. and lowe- -l rale ot 'reigni. I hare relahlKhcd branch War ltoonn ami Arente at llmtonfllla, is tho peer, if no mote, of cither counts with filthy lucre? Mrs. Davis is havo wo reached a point in republican The Ohio river at Cincinnati reached a Walton stsrted In pursuit and overtook Ihe Lanenalrr nl Klehiuond, ami under thla arrantement, 01 aura ran onr the I'srniara Jones or Knott, intellectually, social tnako a big scoop developments, when tho wheel should height of CO feel February 8, at 0 A. M., wagon at Nicholaavltle. Whrn overtaken, pretty and sho might Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. ly or otherwise, as any ono will say JM) feet at 0 A. tbe driver of the wagon, one Jack Faulkl , Febru I kerpno handaal all lime at my sttrral War Itooroi lanraiock of in England, by advertising under the be turned backward, and tho rights and retired below who knows tho three gentlemen, and ary23. Or the river for 15 days and 3 ner, of color, confessed that the tobacco tho writ of habeas corjnis auspices of President Arthur, who is under hours was nt a depth of GO feet or more. It had been stolen from the warehouse of Walin the second, if thero was over a a much bigger man at present than abridged. was Juat a week after reaching 50 feet be- ton A Sweeney, and that he had been hired governor of Kentucky by tbo name the Prince of Wales. But aomo men An Indiana farmer, in a good fix fore attaining its extreme height, and was tohaul it to Nicholaaville, by two negroes of Sam Owsley tho list docs not show can't appreciate byttjaname of John Harris and Henry financially, committed suicido on tho 8 days falling to the mark of fifty feet. it. Gov. William Owsley served a Th, tide of affairs. The Mexican War Veterans had a ve Burnside. Mr. Walton returned to Lanof his marriage to a young lady eve term as governor and his administraWhich Uken it Ha flood, leadaoa to fortune. with caster, Stturday afternoon, with the tobac .t who was apparently possessed of ovo-r-y ry pleasant meeting at Richmond, ,i .. tion from what wo can gather was abont twenty-fit- e of them present. The co and Faulkner, and bad a warrant sworn The Louisville Democrat feels charm that could bo desired. Poor both a popular and n wise one. He will be at Cynlhiana. The out and the three scamps taken into custocheerful over tho situation. It says fellow, he acted sensibly after all and next meeting officers chosen for next year are S, 8, Fry, dy. Their examining trial la set for towas tho uncle of Judge Owsley, who, "(ho democratic party still enjoys all saved himself nn ocean of trouble. President: John O. Craddock and Dr. Will day (Monday). Altogether the gentlemen judging from tho signs of the times, its laurels. XNono of those won last Many of us who have taken tho seri- Jennings, Vice Presidents; A J. Morey, have lost about 4,000 pounds of tobacco; a will not only follow his example in fall havo been tost; nono of thcnihavc ous and fearful leap into marriage, Secretary; Orator, flen. W. J, Landram; pretty good haul for one reason. But If being elected but also his conservative rogue don't mind they will find thieving faded away. Thero has been no great very often havo occasion to wish that alternate, J. Kemp Ooodloe. course afterwards. Mr. James C. Ernst, the popular Gen. an up hill business. Our Congressmen we had followed his example. blundering yet. Psssenger Agent of the Chesapeake , Ohio Tub war's all over and the bojs havo behaved themselves pretty well SfrtMlolt UtrrtrfjMrul.) The coronation of the Czir of Bus Railway, received by mail front Ollowa CitiLancaster, Feb, 20, 0 p. havo come back, and quiet again with a few exceptional cases. Our sia and tho choking of Craft are fixed Satrday, a handsome photograph of the zens Bank which begun business this reigni supreme in Grayson. Tho ju- new governors and other Stato officials for tho same day. The Nihilists may Marquis of Lome, Governor General of mornlog look in $32,000 in deposits autograph and a letl ry in the Craft case after an all night's are serving efficiently and diligently. the Wrrr. prevent the one, Gov. Blackburn aud Canada, ter from his chief of staff asking him to ac reflection, decided that his infaraoja Every thing is encouraging. Public Paint Lick. the Court of Appeals tho other. There cert it in remembrance of the kindness neck ought to be broken, and Judgo sentiment is growing more and more Nearly everybody in and around our is many a slip in such matters. shown him when traveling over his road. town has hsd a touch of mump UiikrIch, CHrrlHKCH,NirliiR Whroiik, Fttrui WnRotiM, Leg Wagon, Brown, seeing no reasonable objection, enlightened in reference to the iniqui From tbe Somerset Reporter. Mrs. D. G. Slaughter hi putup a telephone NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. then passed sentence to that effect, tous burdens imposed by a protectivo Hsnnah Dye Rucker, mother of Joseph line from his dwelling house to his store. The Ohio was 12 feet at Cincinnati B. Rucker, Esq., Is dead, aged 84. Miss fixing the day for Slay 25th next. tariff, and then is no longer a dispo Some thief broke into to Ihe blackaaasaiwylfttlliiuu '. u n yj iaai The prisoned was ordered to the sition ib be affrighted at tho sngges yesterday morning. Nannie Holding has accepted a proposal smith shop of Mr. Ike Arnold and took Business failures last week 230; 34 1cm of the Southern Methodist Church to go county jail there and his only tion of free trade, aa an ultimate therefrom a piitol. than the week before. m Missionary to New Mexico, and with A beautiful little belle from Hoosler- chance now is to get out or fall back gradual reduction of tho tariff, over a John V. Foster, of Indiana, Is her sister, Miss Delia, will leave for there dom has softened the hearts of several of on his foriper friends of the Court of period of fifteen years." Minister to Spain. next August. Allen Ballou has discover the boys at this place. Appeals. The case has been a costly Strawberries for After a very ablo article on our cinnati froit storesare $2 a sate In the Cin ed a silver mine on his farm and lias sentMr. Je-s- e Koyston gave an entertain ono and it is a pity that his accomquart. at samples of the ore to asssyistsin Louts- ment last Friday night which was an en jury system, the Cincinnati Commer' The rainfall at Louiirllle from Janu- villa and Cincinnati. plice, Neal, can not bo worked off at joyable affair, so we are told by some who rial Gazette very sensibly remarks: ary 1st to February 20th, was 11 19 inches. While the little folks of the First were present. tho same time and save further ex"That to look rationally into our ju itobt. Edwards, for the murder of Ar- Presbyterian Church at Harrodaburg, were The flouring mill of Rucker A Smith pense. Tho soldiers were complimentdiciary with the view of reform, leads chie Lone, iU hang at Mnnfordsville Mar having a at Dr. ForsylheV, Is running daily to its fullest capacity and ed for their services by the Judge and 18th. of the county they can scarcely satiate the appetites of to the conviction that nothing short of The Mississippi is within nine in:hes Friday night, the prisoners they woro ordered to report to the a revolution from bottom to top can of the highest point net reached at Mem- jail also concluded to have one on their their minr customers. Governor. own account, and alter sawing a thick iron A your valuable paper ha a contribbe a real relorm. Tho conclusion of phis. Railroad I arl, Ilewprrs, it ,wer, Hay IUim, I. run Iirllla, HruaJraat Cullej- llarrewi, lulk.f A young woman was bnrned to death bar through, four of the inmates escaped is being compli- this examination of tho jury system Joe Blackburn utor from nearly every town In the land, ris,Walklngand PJdUg Culitnlurt, Corn Drill., Cam I'lanlrra, IV-- I I ullera.Om SboUors, Kara-e- n' at Orangeburg, S. C, on the ete of her from one of the upper windows of the jail perhaps an item or two from this quiet llolleri, an I many sther lleois mented in some quarters for bis liber- is that justice should be administered marriage. and are still at large. Among them was little burg can Gnd a place in ll columns. ality in moving and securing an extra by tho intelligent.not by the ignorant; All temperance and prohibition measone or the Gallaway boys, Incarcerated for T. K. Hackley, of tbta place, la solicitmonth's pay for the employes of the that from Justices of tho Peace to tho ures hare been killed in the New Jersey murder. His brother was also there, but ing ticket sgent for the Air Line Rillrusd. House. It is exceedingly liberal and Supreme Court it should be admiois House of Representalires. being sick was unable to avail himself ot Mr. David Swope. of vour county, spent The lltli and 12th installments of the golden opportunity. any body can be with other peoplo'a tered by lawyers, chosen from memseveral dtys with bis daughter near this From the London Echo: G.W. Farria place Isat week. money, but just why tho well-pa- id bers ot highest standing at the bar, in Kentucky's War claim, amounting to $29.-49- 8 94 has been rtceired at Frankfort. gets the ccontract for carrying the malls to employes should be given this extra such a way as to mako the judiciary fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics. The conference committee has decided and from the depot at $90 per year. Geo. tor nothing does not appear. independent of those to whom it adamount upon October, 1, 'S3, as tbe date for the Ray and Wm. Stringer were fined $25 each Thousands uf dolUra can tx aated by using proper judgment la taking ear of the health ot It would bo fully as reasonable to vote ministers justice." for violating the local option law at East yoursall letter postage to go into effect. and family. II you sr Bilious, hare it to all tho employes of the govern Indiana is to have three insane asy- Bernstadt. One of the saddest affairs that allow tompltxtoo, poor appetite, lo and deThere are but four more working lums at a cost of $200,000 each. At pres- has occurred in the mountains for several pressed eptrlta, and generally dehlJltaleJ, do not Black-bnr- n ment as those, and when Sir. a moment, bul go and procure bot-- tl wants to bo liberal and get the days of the present Congress and then ent these unfortunates are confined in jail. years! happened In Clay county a few days delay tboM wonderfulatone or Electric Oltlera. whlih lam also prepare. to fiirnlib prlrvtanl eUmilof all klodaof Knglnee, Raw Mllli Tereklog Ma fully a hundred members will go home ago. Mr. George Lincks was carrying a Seats to the Killaon Concert In credit for it, let him run his hand in Deter latl to cure, and that lor th trifling turn ol chine. Uay I'reu, Straw Staetcrs, Wind Mil s, Hone I'owers.an.1 varloua other klndiol machinery. 1, are In great demand and at log of wood on his shoulder, and not no- any renta. Tribune. Sold by IVnns A McAll nover to return. Their course in own pocket and draw out some of the Congress disgusted their people and tbe opening sale $3,300 worth were dispos- ticing where he threw It down, let it drop ter. Parties Iu want of any goodi In my line will $5,000 that he gels himself and give ed of. on one ot ms nine gins, a origni-eyebelter men, we hope, will take their LAXCaSTEK ADrtBTISKaiJIT. loose nothing by aeelng toe before purchasing Kerr, the Chicago clerk who stole little child of three summers, and broke those poor people, whose stated it to places in the next body. By the way $50,000 from Preston, Kean & Co., bankers salary appears to him insufficient. her neck. She died immediately. A well H. O. KAUFFMAN, can any body inform us what good the is reported to hare been captured in Aus developed case of small-poat Pitman ATTOKNEY A.t X.A.W, Can not those papers that have precent body has done tho country ? tralia. Station. The authorities have taken it in LANCASTER, KY. The "Bank of Links" la a new one In been publishing the proceedings of the Not a measure of the much needed recharge. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. Will New York. Capital $100,000, with the practle In all the Court of Garrard and adjoining " Stale Central Committee had on the lief from taxation has been enacted, and privilege of raising it to a million if found eounii ana ia in touri oi Appeua. let up on it at so far as this Congress is concerned it desirable. 10th of last January, tv least one week ? Please do, and give can only be said that its members Michael Flath, a leading church mem I DEPARTMENT. ttfua two!?"1' us something fresh. A simple an- drew their pay with remarkable ber anJ business man, baa been arrested on Kalamazoo 8rrW Tooth Harrow nouncement that delegates aro to bo promptness, without giving a quid pro the charge of ravishing Mrs. Ida Snyder, I will sailor eichanr my Farm In Teiaa (or v33aa at Dayton, Ohio. lanaaia uarraru, HHiwa, uncoinor iwjiscoun-IleBsfe"'J--s6mwF selected in each county of the Stato quo. la In r. I alto handle drain and rJaoliot all kinds, alao Born, to the wife of John S. QUI, Texas,Thla farm nr 14altuated SouthTarrant count of The long drawn out contest for the U. . lullea of tho city about 12 tho 5th of May, to the nominating on tsweawassswawBwgT-- . .. The writer of the funny romances S. Senatorahip of Michigan, Is stilt hanging Eq , a daughter, Friday morning, tbe 23d Fort Worth and about aauie uutancs North ol Hay and Wool. In Jounion county, uonlalna tho City orCleburos, ,Molln8ulksy Mow convention on the lGth, is enough that appear in the Chicago Tribune, fire, with Ferry's vole reduced to C. Pal- Inst. TiO Arrm ol fin land, all under lenco. with a J. Wade Wulker, of Garrard, sold to a barn upon It and good water on placw. It la good without publishing the long rigama-role- , Mr. H. T. White, who less than three mer Is now leading. farming land and Imprctiilly well flrmt-rat- r Rest ?5 1,125 lb. cattle at 0 cents. high plateau located for railing cattle, being on City Engineer Scowden estimates the E. telling who called the meeting to months ago led to tho marriage altar, Very little of tho hemp in this section between two neeer falling atreams of water. II la one mil Eaatof the surveyed rout of order, who was Secretary and who Miss Fannie Driscill, is now called on damage done by the flood In Louisville at has been broken ss yet. The weather has aboutWorth & Itlo Urande II. It., which will the be Fort OltKllX A AVI I.I.I AMN, This includes a damage of $40,-00- 0 completed la a abort lime, and alio about 3 utiles moved this or that. The eternal re- to mourn her death. Mrs. White $190,000. been too unfavorable. WMtoltho(i.a,At)aotaFell. It. now In operaManagera Huetontlll Depot; , to the streets and sewers. Mr. Humphrey Marlin had two dozen tion from Ft. Worth lo Ualreaton. Thla farm Is lo production of tho document is almost had made considerable reputation as a About 75 feet of tbe western approach the great cotton and wheat railing aectlou of Northas bad as running dead advertisement poetess, although not quite 24 years of to the Cincinnati Southern bridge over the silver spoons stolen from the dining room ern Teiaa and very desirable for any one wanting places to farm or raise cattle. Also bare W. I.. U'lTIIKHN. of Ihe old Miller hotel one night last week small bunch of Short Horn Heifers on Ihe call and with of pianos or patent medicines. age, and her death will bo lamented Ohio slipped Into the River Friday and Squire J. S. Johnson sold to J. C. Bo- one line Short Horn Dull, i yrara old Ihia Spring; Manager Depot; delayed trains on that road for several alao farming luplemenla, that I will trade with IV JI. HcKCE IIUNOAN, The penitentiary convicts of Mis- by thoso who admired her pleasant days. ner 100 lambs to be delivered 20th June the place. Laoraater, Ky. Jan.ll. 1MI. Gov. Butler proclaims April 5, a fast at Co and rented to James Wood 60 acre of souri and those at Sing Sing, New style of composition. It. II. WKAHE., day, ahd especially exhorts ministers to corn land at $3 CO and Ihe stock field. York, have recently been giving their We havo received an official copy feed their flocks with the divine word, and Manager Klehruood Depot (Corn risnlerl The few warm days that we have had deal of trouble. This of the proceedings of tho mass managers a vast meet not discourse upon political or other social has caused tbe wheat to come out wondern - ma t- - n comes no doubt from the belief among ing at Cooper Instituto, New York, topics. fully, and without some future accident we smTeVr-'- 1 tho prisoners, which has been induced to further the protection of American The charters of 300 National Hanks ex- may expect a pretty fair crop after all, BmKl'iJ&slYr3wH HhtaaWaaisaawawi by the silly sentimentol talk about Industries and to protest against a re- pired Friday, but they had all, with five The safe for Ihe Citizens National their treatment, that they are better duction of the tariff. The speeches exccptlous, secured new ones and with Rink waa received last Thursday, It was some changes will continue at the old made by the Hall's Sale and Lock Compathan other people, but eevcro applica- ot Evarts, namlin, Hawkins and stands. ny, and is gotten up on the most improved might others advocating high protection is tions of the Five Inmates of tbe Western Lunatic plana for a burglar proof safe. The price constrain them to the conclusion that mighty dull reading after perusing Asylum at Staunton, Va., are dead, and paid'for it was $850. it is best for them to behave them-ecIv- Henry Watterson's on tho other side two are dying, from the effects of poison. A good crowd wan in attendance yeA patient, it is supposed, tampered with at any rate. sterdayCounty Court day. About 160 or of the question. the medicine. CooiUtlng ol 200 cattle were on Ihe market, the most of Mrs. Howell, at Lockport, Iod., seeing The Frankfort Commomvcallh says The Knoxvillo Cironicle has startwhich were sold at 3 to 6 cts. No mulis linn 'ig " when Gov. Blackburn has done a ed out with the determination to mako her husband walking with anothsr woman, of any consequence. A few plug horses California Aiirlcott, jS 'cirTII ' ams ' 'iwstttttw became so enraged with jealousy that she gross wrong, it will be ready to cen- the pistol a disgrace to tho man that sold at about usual prices. Greet Gago PIiibim, gSggJHCKlS&Vi!2''73i3r went home and broke np every piece of We are glad to learn that the reported sure him. Is it not a grave wrong for carries it. It can't be done. A man their furniture. H(ar Tomateco, damage done to the mills of S. W. Burdett the governor to ofler pardon to any who ia cowardly enough to always The Btats troops at Grayson dispersed & Co, by tbe recent high water wss considYarmeutH Com, in ornamentation, is mau who will kill the editor of this have one on his person is too far gone Friday and arrived at their various homes erably above the actual damage, which was ICcuscit") Peaches, unequalled. Saturday. The Louisville Legion arrived paper, simply because he had to feel the effects of any thing a only about $100. The mills have been by special train front Lexington at 1 o'cl'k. his undeniable right to criticise newspaper can say, OF completely repaired apd are running suc! morning, Sunday his most despicable course in the cessfully with our friend R, M. Burdett, Pino Applet, A wife and her paramour killed ber protested beforo his sentence Craft Esq., who is one of the Arm, as head milHiring IIcaHH, business? that ho was innocent of the crirao for huiband near Richmond, Va,, and placed ler. OyHtcrtJ, Ac. body on a railroad track to. leave the bis Some newspapers are silly enough which There Is lo b but one glass in tbe he had been condemned, but it Impression that the cars killed him, but main stationary front of Ihe new Bank to advocate the nomination ot Han- is not expected that a mau who would building. This one will be 7) feet broad cock in 1884. A defeated man is commit such a crime as he is charged murder will out. John Gaines lost bis printing office at by 10 feet long. It will be the largest sinrarely nominated the second time, with, would be a Washington In truth-tellin- Bowling Green Sunday night, making tbe gle glass In Central Kentucky. A glass so Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sngara and it is hardly likely that the rule fourth time be has been burnt out. He large an this could not be found in stock In and Coffees in abundance, and will bo changed in Hancock's case, eswill come again, Cincinnati or New York, and it bad tbe Patti called on President Arthur Parkrise and'lima will nothowever, andthan either ordered from France. It will coat Frioea extremely Low, at the iuIm more to be pecially siuco he showed his ignorance City of the great questions of the day by the other day, but as old Niccoliui was one issue. here, between $400 and $600. fl3wBMaH0(aVVP aloug there can hardly a scandal declaring the tariff a local question. Several gentlemen of mean are disSeven convicts in the harness depart"ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Fariucra aud I'lowuirn, listen Ollrer IbllUd Metal will uot corrode; lbs hraIetiul.lll remote spring from the visit. ment of the Jefferson City (Mo.) peniten- cussing the practicability of erecting a Owiwj to trouble in removing its of Iu a few wloulM. lhUll?rla('nUr Draft Plow, baring tloplng landalde, whleli doe awajwltb at this tiary set fire to the building and attempted bemp, ware and backling-bousLANCA8TKB, KY. flee the Winchester Democrat was thsprewurs found Iu straight Uudil I 1'lowa. Th Ullrrr has hundreds of Imitators; do uunufectu- Can't Gov. Blackburn be induced to escape. All wern captured and return- place. Moat of them seem to think the rer wi:l liulliltauloferlcr Plow. The Oilier liu a record uoparallsleJ Iu the blilory of l'lows. Tour last week, but to pardon Craft ? Many a worse man served on the half-shel-l suggestions we made several weeki ago, loss by the fire, neighbors will tell you to UU V THK OLIVCll, aud lake no other. Tom Stuart got iu his iwual quota of baa beeu the recipieut of his clem ed to their cells. Tbe which reached adjacent building, will were good ones, and that a hemp hackling HIG-GIIKSfwrsoaals all the same, a column rrojirlstws- bouse could b succfully carried on. ency, amount to $300,000. Had a half. aTiMsri'oiir). icy. - A VEnY high handed proceeding from Washington, has been fur- was that of Judgo Miller, of Madinishing food for tho gossips by getting son, who ordered a penitentiary conhimself into a disgraceful scandal. vict on a writ of habeas eorjmt to be returned to tho jail of Mason county February 27, 1883 Tho story is that ho yielded to tho charms of tho handsomo Mrs. because tho Judge, who sentenced EDITOR Davis, wife of tho First Assistant him, failed lo pass on tho motion for a new trial or tome exceptions preSecretary of Slate, and tbo two to arouso tho iro sented beforo doing so. Of the mat so intimato as that PresidenUArthur It is telegraphed dry-goo- o Srfl 'r T fS f &J r Stationery Fancy Article. ji:wKi.i:itritj w e ATTENTION, I FiHERS! ! 1 M.-- The vice-rega- rJCJMsjV - A -- two-ce- -- x Garrard County iionrr. it. Editor. A Texas Farm For Sale jfcTJjEg-JKKCffjktjlg a. ljiSJadev,,w,"BtjiT"Y -- --s GEORGE D. WEARE1V, Stanford. VBMkwaVC2jCsWMt4EMk'; 1H-2- JUST RECEIVED! sri rS-m- .lJgrfaT! your special attention to the Idesjretocall oj One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, HHlCAirijlHijkV which for utility, durability, yff' vt ws7 perfection in operation, taste T3EC353 T3EIDE5 IS.IINrC3g. par-dotti- JFI3E.311D g. e GEO.D.BUltDETT&CO., W. H. . 4 iiRTf AtiVKHTmiim,. tendance at alt onr parties and It It hinted part of the machinery andoftht structure rnorKMiojAi, Illshop Peck, of the M. K. Church, around that the younger ladies are looking Itself, I the work of Mr. Mock' own hand T. w. viaxo. Cam. on W If. Hlggln for drain tile, North, I dying, with fear and trembling (o their put lau- or devlsement, he being one of those men Wittacaa. Tiiwoie. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS T. W. A W B VAItNON, ST.A.XTIFOItX), ewer pipe and flu tilelng. The Methodist revival at Itardstown rel. who know how to do anything. The good people of Crab Orchard wish ATTOIINHVH AT X..A.W. OF NATIONAL HANK. closed with thlrly-sladdition. STANFORD. KV A new poilofflce ha been established at Tnosday Morning, to return their thank to L. M. Lasley for "PRAISE THE LORD? Fobruary 27, 1883 Offlce In Owiley A Bon 'a new bolldlne-- np sUlra. n At a congregational meeting of A fourth itltldeml of ten percent baa Carpenter, Whitley county, with W. K. d, the aid given them In grading street and CUNARD ROTAL MaILSTEAMHIP PaVONIA, parsblc on derasnd, st First National Bank Presbyterian church, Rev. W. K. Johnson a pottmaster. or Stanford, i tivi:Y supplying the town with young shade x..aw, LOCAL MOTCCS. Off Sandv Hook, Feb. 21, '83. Keller, of Mt.Htrrlinf, wa unanimously BTANKOIID, KY. JOHN J. HeRORr.RTA, . m.X. Will Icb. M, Nsllonal Rank of Munlord. Jolnln nrMtlM In lh I . l. nf t Injwln The Clllten National Hank of Larnut. called a pastor. It la understood that he trees. To him, more than anyone else, are Drar Inttricr ! uv Paints of IVnt MoAIIater. countle snd th superior Oonit nd Court these improvement to be ascribed. I will send thl parting word ol Appeals, fptelal attention tren lo collections. Nmv Hock of Jewelry ami Hllrerware at ter optnnl yeslcnly and recelvtd over will accept. Record. Offic on Lancuter atr-Mr Uronatigh' beautiful and rapid by the pilot In half an hour, a he leave in Penny A Mc A lister'. $32,000 depolt daring the day. Unity The number of Ilsptlst chnrehea In stepper cm not lie bought for $350. He u to our ftte. A I do not believe In ALEX. ANDERSON, Landretii'i Garden Heeds, In Imlk inc for the "new concern" l.ngland i 1,029, with a membership of ha been offered $150 for there horrei and "fate" but in the "Living God," I fully ja-av- , in ptpf rs, at Penny A McAllsierV The total number of Ilaptlsl Tsiiscsr DtriaTMiiT. DANVILLE, KY., We r the only house in town that car- 210,000. nothing short of $500 will ever divest him expect lo land safely In Liverpool within Watcmw, Clock mil Jewelry repaired Orrica or CoxrraoLLti or Til Cosaxxcr, Will practice In th Courts of Boyle sod adjoining WjiaiiixnTor, I'm, S3, 1M3. ry a full line of California canned good. churches throughout the world I said to of hi ownership. I Hated this In my for- ten day, by the dear LORD'S sweet grace. and warranted by Penny A MoAIUttr, counties snd la ths Courl of Appeals. Laroe (lock of Window OUss, all site. Canned good of ill kind handled on be 28,605, with a membership of 2,473,088, mer communication and regret that I wa I do not at all doubt, the devil would lov Hi Wuisiis, lir aallifsclory rvldrar to presented to tin 'enljnwl, It hts len mads sppearlhat with 17,083 pastora or missionaries. IBB P. HUFFMAN. Double thick (Iim for flower nit. Penny loweU possible margin by to land us In the bottom of th Atlantic; th CIIImoi National Bank of Lancuter, In lh made to speak otherwise. or doien. A MoAIIater. Dr. J. W. Cox pinched a very excel ' town oi iDraiirr, in in roam? or uarrara and 8TANFOBD. KY. II. U. llflght. Mr. J. M. Higgtn had a most pleasant but our God is stronger than the devil and siat or KeniiKtr. nu compiled with all th 0?vCT?,,",, ,ld M,ln Street, two doors sbors III lent sermon Sunday on the Passover. The of lb ItThd Buiutti of th United th Myers HoUI. PERSONAL, gathering at his house last week. We re- In HIM we putour trust. The "Duplex Crown" is the most won- - doctor has rrcelved ' cll to preach two State required (nix compiled with beforaan Par Nitrons Olid Oas administered when as delightful as Our departure wa ifiall be authorised to commence th ilerful Hewing Machine ever Invented. Can Sunday a month for a church at Ilsgdad, gret that we were unable to attend. His Mm I.rrriie Helm it ?lltln in Imnklnf. beautiful daughter, Mis Kittle, always LOVK heavenly or earthly could make it. Now, tber ore, t, John J. Knox, Comptroller of be changed Instantly to make either chain fn Shelby county, and It Is likely that he n Mim CrTllfA Car0!, of Nicholas- unTiicy. una in or lock Mitch. Just out. Bee them at Bruce, will accept. We hope his flock there will preside In audi a graceful manner. Mr. The LORD gave a bright and beautiful National Bank ao nerenjr certirmailoan nil Lan. of Lancaster. In th of Yllle,ls tlilllng friend lirre. W. It Dillion also gave an entertainment, afternoon to salt down (he glorious New oatter, In th county of Uarrard and Dial of Ken- Warren A Uo.'s. be more liberal than the ono here on the College. to commence nuaineu ol Mr. OroRiK MoAuhi r.n wnt up lo York bay, and friinda crowded the saloon iucTiiiuiooriieu In Section ,IC ID th Iteflwd which wa elegant in every respect. banking aa protlded of Iryo! fall to see Howorth' Hlbernlca, question of satsry. Hlatulea of lb United Btn. attend the hop it Klchmond. with waving handkerchief and then the pier STANFORD, KY. In lestlmonty whereof, Witness my hand and The following person were Immersed BOYLE COUNTT. lo bid u farewell. Two magnificent pyri- - sesl of nraco, this 23.1 day of February, I Ml. Mm IIettie Loian, of HuelonTille, you'll be sorry for it. If you haven't by Rev. J M. Ilruce Sundsy afternoon, at laughed for five Wm. Ashton'n JOIIft J. KNOX, Is fishing Mr. Dr. I W. Logan. O ant Hit. mid of flower to gladden our eyes for With Full Corps of Teachers, Comptroller of th Currency. Misses Katie Hall. Mary No. 2,853, Miw Lucy IIuktoh Is visiting the fain, ''Simple Simon" will nuke you burst your the Junction Mr. T. Schoffcn has returned from the day were placed a floral offerings to re Amon and Alice Hampton; Ruck Merrill, button olf, certln. Thl Institution will open It Thirteenth Session lly of Mrs. J. 11. McKlnney neir Uuilon Louisville school of pharmacy and I at mind u of the fragrance of the LOVE we Rob Hail, Jesse Amon and John Newland ontheJd Monday In September next. till.Mm, Dk. hi old place at McGrorty' drug store left behind us. Our Brooklyn and New Hwitonville IIanic H some mean Clifton Fowler Iim re our typr made u say that the Huitonville Alt save the latter tuofessed at Mr. Tun- - Mis lllter, of Versailles, Is visiting Mis York friends literally "fell upon our ALL THE BRAMCUE8 UF A turned from flslt t relatlre at Huston- - lUnk ier meeting In December. May SIcGrorty. neck," a the Saint ol old did at another subscriber would meet there SaturTilt. The history of the Homa Mission Soday, March 1st, when it should have read The ladle of the Baptist church took parting, and amidst the fervent "Praise THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE Mils. A.H. TERHt!NE,of llarrodsburg, ciety of the Baptist churches shows that in HTANFUItU, KY., $220 on Thursday and Thursday night, the LORD'S" from 60 loving tongue we It upending a few week with Mix Julia Saturday, March 3d. Are taught, a well a nearly 30,000 cburchr have been organized the proceed ol the lunch and supper pre- parted. lllgllne. MUBIC. THE LANQDAOEB, DIIAW-INII. C. Hupi.ey feels very proud because and 100,000 persona baptized as member Dealer In Tbe last meeting at Music Hall waa best pared by them at the vacant store-rooIn Mwi Annie Looan cime oyer from the pconle AND PAINTING. of this section liaye given him of the same. One million doller hare tbe Clemens House building. Their net of course. I think there waa a much Hamilton College to spend a few day with thelrorder instead of patronizing travel' been expended In the interest of the eople. profit were $180. spiritnal power in It a in any previous her parent. Ing men from the cities, and promise to There are 12,000 Oermsn and 0,090 ScanCol. J, W. Guest on Saturday bought meeting I know, 70 confessed the Savior, Mn. John Hun.nr.ri, lata of thl coun-I- , do the right thing by In Tuition, price nog from 123 to ISO In th dinavian HiptNts In their respective of Cecil Bros. A Rue, them, a pair ol fine bay 2C4 for soul snd 131 for body tells but regular Departments. I'rim.rT m. rnt.mn... hi removed toDinTllleand Iim gone ... QUEEN8WABE. churches and a good work I b.'cun In oj Preparatory, fto, and Collegiate, sso. horse. They were for E. L. Israel, of feebly tbe sweet result of the Music Hall Into the walnut log business for an English Somewhat of i scare wa produced by Utah. Grm. They are to be used a meeting. In all about G50 confession in the report that John Carpenter, a colored A dispatch from KIkhart, Ind., of tbe New Orleans. .. . Va nil nartlstnlaM Ham If. Hardin ha given up hi po man, who had been at work on the rail- 23l, says: Another prayer cure has been coach horse by Mr. Israel, who I a weal- New York and Brooklyn during the nine Hit. c. THlir.lIKART. I'rlMcljml, oMutviti) auncuiD vo., J.y sition with Mr. II. K. Wearen and gnne to road, hail returned to hi home nrar town ellVclt-- in this vicinity. Anna Kanlx, a thy citizen of the Cresent City. Ferncllfle, week, Praise the LORD. Adlent Dear (11 latin, Tenn., to teach with the nnsll.oi, but Dr. Held wa to very pious young lady, who ha been on the fine stallion recently purchased by LORD, bless every dear one who reads painting, see him Saturday mil raid that he wm crutches a year on account of a fall, and Cottrell, of Mobile, ha arrived at Magno these line. Ever in Jesus. Geo O. Barnes. Missm Krrnc and Kliza Hotrr hare ick but not with that who ha been pronounced incurable. In lia Farm, where he will remain tbe comloathsome disease. gone to tIU friend at Htistonrille. Miw 12J.tr Howorth' t Hibtrnica. connection with her friend made special ing season. We are under obligations to Mr. L. II Kittle Iim been ill for mdi time and goe The banquet given by tbe newly electHoworth' Double show opened at the prayer for htr recovery and while thus enKouto g with the hope that a change in place way btone for some necessary lo gaged she w instnntaneousty made well ed speakers of the next 22d, waa a very nice City Hall last night to o good house. The ourtngloe. He ha a decided turn for her. improva sgaln nd enabled to throw away her afialr. It wa prepared by Oilcher A Uro., scenery is fresh and bright and the view The jtit and pretty Mix Nettle Ilron-to- machinery and having run a thresher en- crutches. Thl I mirvelou, as her helpl- and served at their hotel. Those present of the leading cities and landscape in STANOItD. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. won the priie at tbe Itlrhmond ltiuk gine for several years, is pretty well ac- essness were B. G. Bogle, Will Briggs, Harry B. Ireland' eiceedmgly good, and admirably u well known. It. B. M AltSII, - - Manager. week for the beUikater, and we can quainted with the mechanism of one. By The only line running last Notice to Minister. At the last Briggs, Clsgget, Caldwell, Dunlap, Denby, described by their pleaaing lecturer. In testify that it wat well bestowed. She i the way, be is about to buy a New Garr meeting of the Young Woman's Christian Knight, Huysett, Mathews, Masiie, Bar- addition to tbe panorama, there I an ex MARCH 1st. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS really the poetry of motion when on roll engine and will be better prepared than ev-- Temperance Union, of Louisville, it was bour, Hickman, Melcalf, Stevenson, Earle, cellent olio performance of singing and IBP- en. to do threshing the coming sessan. resolved, "That the ministers of the State Vaughn, McKee, Sr., McKee.Jr, Grant, dancing, with Instrumental accompani- 20th Annual Successful Season ' LOCAL MATTERS. Sandidge, Gregory, of Chamberlain Society ment. The show i well worthy of patThere Is a genuine smallpox scare in be requested, through the press, to preach HO WORTH'S DOUBLE SHOW, KvAronATEO Fruit at II. C. HilghtV Williamsburg. FROM The loathsome disese temperance sermon on the first Sundsy in -- Veal, Roscr,Whelthorne, Hubbard Wil- ronage. There ii lots of fun of a bright son, Allen, Walton, McElroy, Farrand, and sparkling kind without the least shadbroke out amoog the railroad hands, one April And that they be further asked lo LohImtIIIc, Citiclu imt 1 and Cuvr.n and Timothy ed t A. Owsley of whom ha ' died and five or six other are report compliance with this request to Miss Frisbie, Dimmit, Goodman, Titterington, ow of coarseness. This afternoon there IiiKton, liy., A Bon'- the compadown with it. The case are in a boarding Dora Wheat, Cor. Sec. Y. W. O. T. U., No. Davis, Hayden, Burgen, Bourne, Sumrall, will be a matinee, and AXD C031EDV COMPAST. For table and pocket cutlery go to V. McAllaster, Pulliam, Sr. Pulliam, Jr., ny appear for the last lime with an entire rosttlrely the largest and most complete enter cir and a physician hi been sent from 1020 7th St , Louisville, Ky." Many II. HlggW. Ulntnent ofthls kind In existence. of the metropolis, at the suggestion McKee, Sr., McKee, Jr., of the Dienologian change of programme. Those who attend Louisville with order to have the car re5 Connecting In unit depot with fast trains lor 5 will be sure to be welt pleased. Hamilton HsUtino Stovra at reduced price at moved lo some unfrequented place and lo of the Y. W. U , preached such sermon on Society. And strong Comedy Company in the funniest of The Grand Jury at the present term Times, Ontario. V. II HiKioV see ttist the suflertr are nrotterlv cared Sundsy before Christmas. Mr. Jas. A. an irisn vomeuies, of the Circuit Court went to the trouble to Leech, Pre Y. W. C T U. HowoRTil'a Hibernica was brought be- "MUIiDOON'S MEANDEHINGB" Howuktii'h Ililir.KMCA at Optra House, for. indict J. R. Bruce, of Mitchellsburg, for fore a Washington audience last Tuesday Orsn Irish Amerlran'a troubles In Ireland. A The horse stolen from .Mr Wm. Conn, Blanford, March 1. The Direct Route to Lynchburg, Dan tour LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. EMERALD ISLE, north, selling liquor to inebriates, giving or sell- evening, to the perfect satisfaction of the souththrough th A Urest Speclslty Company, east, snd west and kind, in Garrard, was recovered by hlid in Camp ville, .Norfolk, RniMO ut your produce of erery S. H. Biughman bought a large mule ing beer to minors, and other little prank large bouse assembled. The entertainment in most msgnmceni scenery ever seen m tnis county, Tenn ,bnt lh thief succeeded Including new scenes ol tbe recent trouble in lllghriit market price paid, cash or trade. bell yesterdar for $160. of a like character. With an unusual throughout is entirely free from any vul- cltr. Ireland. Beautiful Llxlng Allegorical Tableaux. in making hisescse. Ills real name is new show this season, tun II. C. Hrlght. Spring chicken are worth $0 per doz- promptness a deputy sheriff was sent on garity, and every thing on the programme An entireTulgarlty than any Companyndonmore road. All Virginia and North Carolina Peter Pierce, but he frrquenllr passe by th wa given. Tbe Dutch, Irish and .Negro without ' Points. Saturday to notify Mr. Bruce of the com- comedian were JOHN HOWOltTli, Proprietor. For Sale. Three handsome residence". the name of Ik Sharp. He is said to en in the Chicago market. the singing exAdmission, 2.1c and For pliment paid him. He concluded to re cellent, and, take it altogether, is the best For sale at McRoberls AMr; lteaerred Seats, 75c. your tickets snd further information. aVply to The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills Will mII Terr cheap. .Stanford, Dec. 25, have a wife in (iarrard and another in Stsgg's. nearest ticket office, or address turn to Danville to go through the trifling traveling troupe that has appeared in '82. W. Craig. Tenneiee, and lo le verr bid character want to buy wheat and corn. Washington for years. It the company JAMB C. F.HNNT. ixty-one fine horse sold at Abdallah formality of giving bond for bis appear IV. O. HANSFORD JUDGE (ienl. Southwestern Agent, lying on Lan generally. Mr Conn ullria $50 for hi Fakh of 80 icm, in ever come here again they will wilhout 310 W. Main til., Lou tllle, Ky. Psrk, Cynthlana, for $22,040. ance, Ac. When near town he stopped at doubt be greeted by a iirger house even la candldaU for the democratic nomination for capture and Conviction. caster pike, " utile from town, for rate or tc Reports from the wheit crop over the the house of a friend for a few moment than they had last Tuesday .Washington, IlepresentatlTO In tba next Legislature. C. W. NMIT1I, II. W. FVI.I.EK. rent and horse and buggy far sal. 11 Usn'I Manager, Uen'l 1'sjs'r Ag't. We understand that partica representing Stale show a gloomy prospect. conversation, and while the deputy sheriff N J. Gazette, Oct 19, '81. Klchmond, Virginia. 1 HE above superior attraction will appear D. A. BAUGU I have 175 ewe, now lambing, which wm talking to some one else Mr. Bruce some Fire'Iiisursnce Company in lllinoi-ar- e Thursday niiht, March 1, at the Stanfor From serue cause or other coal l rery la (candidal for tba Democratic nomination to with to sell. J. II. Miller, Stsnford. walked out the back doorand did not return. drumming up businiss amongst the Don't fail to attend . represent this county In th next Legislature. scarce here and the dealer complain that farmer Kighty or ninety nice This treatment by Mr. B., of the Grand in this county. Now, we don't with difficulty that they get any al ay that tills a wild cat company, it may cstlle for sale. W. Q. Wallace, Stanford. Dr. Carver beat Bogardus one bird in it Jury is regarded as extremely discourteous, JUDGE T. P. HILL, JR., tbe other day. This all. The Lincoln Mill wne shut down b all right, but from what we have heard For Sale, Cheap. A Good 3 year- - and g. j. would hut serve him right, if they 165 kilted at Louiu-illcruet business should be stopped by law, Is candidate for KepresentatiTo In tbe next Legyraterday on account nf It. old Jack. Apply to R. II. Crow, Stanford. would decline to recognize him in any war and If men want to display their of their rales, parlies wiahing to insure islature, subject to th action ol th democracy. An Atlanta trader bought a car load in the future. let them do so at glass or any The affair nf the old Stanford National can do belter with agent al home, and in H. MURPHY A child-lik'SUUIRE and bland Individual other kind of balls. llink are beinc cloaed up rapidly. Four companies which are known to be good and of young mules at Bowling Green at $110. John M Hail sold to Adtm Pence a named If 1, Iim been "coming the giraffe" Is a candldato to represent Lincoln county In the STANFORD dividend hare been declared already, mak- solvent. Farmer should profit bv the ex- RETAIL MARKET. next Legislature, aubject to the action of the Dea over a number of our unsuspecting citizens erince they had with the Kentucky In msre mule colt for $C5 and to Cyrus ......... ...-- ......... 11.60 mocracy, Apples, per bu... ing $125 prr ahare on the original Block ta yokeof oxen lor $110. during the past week. He would go to dif Butter,' per surance Comiany a few years ago. and allll there' more to follow. Beefiteak, " ......... A CoUwold ewe belonging to Mr. II: ferent houses, generally when no one but UJc LUMBER QF ALL KINDS. HowoHTu'k- - IIideh.mca. " noaat," 10c A little over HiiOTlltH JIarnm kindly thought ol the P. Chenowelh, of Mason county, the ladies were at home; and exhibit for sale a Bacon Sides, per rKOFBIETOIt, 15c . a year ago, this excellent combination of reader of the Interior Journal and aent quantity of table cutlery, knlve and fork, mother of five lambs, dropped recently. . Hams, " . 16c Any on wishing to buy Lumber for boxing, aail fur a fun and instruction cave a performance Silas Wigglnlon of Jessamine county, composed, as he said, of a mixture of steel ui a letter written afler he had el .Shoulders, per lb.... ....10c fencing or any purposn can ure money by getting lilcli wa pronounced by many who at &J$c It of us at our mill on th Uumber farm, about two .....-- .. Breakfait Bacon, per lb.. foreign ahare. It appear in another colhu sold to Tarr & Co. of Lexington, 600 and silver, which would caue them to remiles from Crab Orchard. o( the very best that has tended a one .....- -. J4C Boim...... ......... .............. umn. listing bad tbla Hotel barrels uf corn al $2 25 a barrel, delivered. main the same color after being worn and Chse.........-.......-..............K325121 MELVIN A THOMAH. c trod the board here, These will btglad lo The Uniontown (Ala.) Prca say that sharpened. He had a sort of a winning Coal, per bn., delliered In I llAValhe handsomest line of uitingi mid hear that it will pay us a second visit there have been $10,000 exrended in that way about him and generally made a sale, and pantaloon patern ercr brought to thl ic INSURANCE AGENCY. next Thursday night, with the principal town for mules within the last few'months. if tbe lady happened to have money about Coffee... Egg. HJie FIRE From basement to garret, market, beyond any doubt, aud I am conattraction retained and numeroua other .........t2 Because your bouse, or your goods, or your lire I lutcml lo Keep In a Strictly r, the house. He exhibited also sample of At n sate In Woodford, eay the stantly getting lu new addition. 1 hare it 3 OOQSJO Flour, per cwt, added, lieaide an interesting comedy by been burnt other corn sold at $2 20; oat at $9 per ton; fine handkerchiefe, laces and other goods Lard good of all color and hadc. Those I5c slock, or Tour Are or property bar nonot . Manner, lightning, Is guaranty that or Injured by people who know their buelne, an olio 0c they cannot L. Don't you think, then, that It clothing should come now and get cow and calf, $37.50; yearling calve $17 attractive to femele eyes, and took order Meal And leare nothing undone that will add to tbe performance is given which Introduce a WdSOc would be prudent to secure Indemnity In case at marvelous) low figures, (never expected Molauea. N. O., per lo $30. the pick. II. C. Itupley. auch loss or damage should occur 7 I ofler you this of character actor Including Sim-pl- o number 597c at the lowest ratea obtaluabl in any a Into deliver the goods) It is needless to say Nalla, oer lb COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. A. T. Nunnelley sold lo Jauiei Givena Potatoes, per bu G033c surance Comtiany. I represent so Ten and you may Kiuion, whose every word and gesture A MErriNOof the Dirtctoiaof the'Htan. 25 head of 500 lb. heifer at '!; to W. F. that hi knlve and forks were of the com- Salt, per bbl... . It lake your choice. 9Wuj JKU.H. fllll.ll'N. ford, Iluitonvllle A McKlnney Telephone i th signal for a laugh. A Ramiey three fat cows at 4 ... 10c . cents, ind to monest plated variety, and of little or no Soda, per lb...--.Co. will be held at HuatonTille at 10:30 A. large number of rctnes in old Ireland is .. ... SM310 value. One gentleman, on the part of hi Sugar, Brown J. M. Halt a yearling mule for SGI. Are oflVted .....UQiy, i , Saturday, March 3d, to decide upon a presented during the play, which correctly Wblt Two thousand ban el cf corn void at wife and two other victim, compelled him . ........-.C0- c tariff of charge and adopt aucb rule and portray, beside others, the present terrible P. T. Vanmettr's sale iu Montgomery at to xiisgorge $35, after which be left town on Syrups, per gal......... SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS . ......... -- tOc -- .. Vinegar... We will now pay special attention to regulation necessary to the successful man-- . time through, which that country iw pass- $2 per barrel; 391 acre of land at $120 40 the first train, .....fl.00 Wheat.- To patronise me, as I bare etery conTtolence.iuch agementof the coapany. A full attend- ing. These picture alone are atid lo have 4'i0 acres at $91.25 and 320 acre at $70. In this land of many changes, there' u NICE SAMPLE HOOMS, Ac, for their use. CUSTOM GH1NDING." Bueklen's Arnica Salve. cost Mr. John Howorth, the genial proprie ance I desired. W. P. Walton, Pre. A man in Barren county baa a cow are few homesteads that remain in the in th world for Cuta, Bruises, We promise to giro satisfaction, and when desired Baggage Th beat salt V lor, $,000. Seat can b seen red at Transferred to and from of one family to long mb the Mocx Soifs, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, will giro l'atent Flour for Wheat Can make ' that gave birth to a calf last week which There are two or three public plrited vltber bolted or unbolted meal. A Stgg' for 75 cent. the Depot free of charge. weighed only twelve pounds and measured farm in thl county. For more than one Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corni, and all Skin Mio-- t farmer in thl county, If no more. Mr. K, mcalintkkanali.ee. Oil in a call. W.N. FKANCIS. hundred year thl Gue tract of over 500 Eruptlona, and poaltlTelj- curea piles. It la guarKlopement. 'IlTTanner, who own much land In thl and One night last week, nineteen inches in length. The calf is liv anteed to git entire aathfactlon or tuoatj refundacrea ha been in the posesslou of repreC. O, It, A "Ross" Hamilton, son of Mr Isaac Hamil- ing Had in a healthy condition. Casey county, ha gllen to the ed. rrlooW cent per boa. For sal by Penny A Dr. Hugh S. Glenn, of California, who sentatives of this family. Tbe present pro- McAlliter Be Led N. It. H , the through it alt, ton, at the Junction, procured a half a dolMessrs, II. C A W. It. Mock, and Mr. W. M. Fair Iim donated the time lar from hi mother for the avowed pur was recently shot and killed by an Intem- prietors are free of Coat. Hating gotten my bora which waa atolen late whom he had dischargthe former devoting his attention chiefly to through hi farm in thl county. Will tose o( hiring a horse to go In a party at perate AH persona w ahlng to test lb merit of a great ly, but falling to eel the thief. I new oner the Ily th peculiarly worded adrertlstmentaof rlral routes, which are liable to dceite the public. aud cooTlction. bis reward Th bhorteat and Quickest ltoute front Cincinother land owner pleae let ua hear from Joe Newland'. Itutesd, however, he went ed, wa the largest wheat grower In the the cultivation of the farm and the raising remedy on that will positively cur Consump- aboTreal name for Peters nniehenrlou baa been known Vrarce, Ills 0 of fine stock. The good fences and the tion, Coughs, Colds, Attbnis, Bronchitis, or sny as Boss Sharp. Is Ho la about a but 8 Inches, baa nati West la the them? house, of Mr, George Moore, where world, His last year' crop, grown on feet to the .. . affection of the Throat and Lungs ar requeitcd light complexion and la about 23 yeara of age. acre, yielded neatly 1,000,000 bushels. freedom of the fields from briar and under- to call at Penny i. McAIUIer'a Drug Store and HrsTONVlLLE. We learn by telephone his dulclna, Miss Duckle Jennings, ws WH.H. CONN, Ky. & MISSISSIPPI W. J. G. Locknane had 51 sheep killed growth, show him to be an adept in this get Trial Bottloof Dr. Klng'a New DlacoTery 123--lt Lancaster, that th railroad meeting at Hustonrille, staying, and having previously arranged and wounded by dogs lat week. At Col branch of the business. He hag raised ma- for Consumption, Iree of coat, which will show Saturday, was quite largely attended and with her to tly with him to Tennessee and bottle will do. sheep brought $3.- - ny fine horses and ha at present a number you what regulardollar-ala- a Blue-Gra- ss For Sale! that Col. Rochester succeeded in creating become his bride, they were soon lua vehi- umbus. Thompson' sale, 10 Hours a cle and ofl' for Danville, where they took 60 to $0; hog $7 perewt.; milk cows $40 to of promising colts, the get of such sire considerable enthualum among hia hearers, mules $100 lo $148; horses $100 to Messenger Chiet and Rienzt. These cele! to St. I offer lor aale, privately, my farm of 373 Acre who khowed their zeal by Immediately sub- the train for New Itlver, a station on the $S8; of exicllcnl bluvgrass laud, with a bug brick and field. brated stallion were at the head of the frame residence combined, of ten rooms, within scribing an amount closely approximating C S. It. R, Arriving there, a magistrate did $110; corn $1 60 per barrel in the Hours ahead of all other Use. stud last yetr and I learn will be for the ulKoflhe new Stanford A lrcacherailll plk. Clark County Democrat, $1,500 to any line that will take Hustonville the business for them and on Fridiy night Mew orchard, Iresb and medical water lu Daily Tislus, with no change of cara for any A cow belonging to Will Craig wa coming season. Tbe younger brother, Mr, Including a neat Improremeuta class ol passeugera. in. That' the way to do busmen. Talk i last they returned to the Junction. The bailee Uav opened una LUMBER taken sick the other day and Mr. Ramsey, W. It. Mock, while a silent approver of connection with tbelrMILL YAltD in Stanford, lo teusnt house. In grsss, 30) acres, and and Dally Tralua to LouUillle, with Free farlor at Haul Patch, aud Timber abundant. Church cheap and does not convince of ita earnett-nrs- groom was a few day under 17, while the Cara. near by, and lb neighborhood uutxcelled-I- t recollecting Col. Hill' remedy for sick fine stock raising and fine farming, devotes will keep constantly on hand Lumber for building maidbride i a pretty and like diving down In your pocket-boo120-- ni is not often tbst such a desirable farm la lor sale. aud farm purpose. Dally Tralna to KransrlUe. 4 hours In a gaab in her tail and put salt th greater part of his time to an industry Till perfect. Addnsa me at Stanford, Ky., or anil proving your sincerity with your cult. en of sweet 10. We learn that the expens- cattle, cut of all other route, with ons lesacbaug call on m at th farm. the that has given him, at well a hi ancesof car. MHH. HAKAlI COOK. We know a number of men who were bla- es of the trip were defrayed by the latter, In it. The eflecl was toon apparent for Dally Tralua to Cairo, 7 hour quicker than animal shortly afterwards waa relieved of tors, an enviable reputation. I mean the ny other line, and no change of can. tant for the county to do thu and so, but the boy having only the 60 cent hi mothmanufacture of pure, unadulterated, come to her relief. Lai of Cbtaaull, Bererano A Co., Stantord, Ky., Dally Tralna lo New Orleans. Ho cbanga of when approached with a subscription pa- er had given him. Hi parent hive re- her pain. Death had with cara from Cincinnati. whisky. Away back la the public sale of horse stock in fused him the bouse and we are told that per they alng another tune. CO.. M. Central Kentucky last week, one hundred in the last century, his great grandfather l2Hiurt'2SStBllM Cb,c"0 Kou,", hi mother 2 almost inconsolable at the and forty head of horses were disposed of erected the first distillery on the bank of luiporttra and Jobbers ol Dry floods. Notions, Ac., Hello. The other day, John Newland action of her baby boy. Two Hours Less Tims on ths M7, Sll Main Street, Cor. Slitb, Lf ansae Harrodi Hun, and tbe ruins thereof are climbed up to the telephone, when 'norvailBAa Pito cjs, and lea cbang of ear Ulljr for $ 10,555, an average of $332 53. Seven - 3CY. than by other lines. body HARRIAOES. wm looking, and assayed to ask ty out of 110 went to buyer out of the Hill to be seen. But though the mellow LOUIBVILIiK E. H. BURNSIDE, Th O. Jb JT. Is th ouly line with 4 Dally Hilly at Hustonville, In Trains from Cincinnati to Ut. Louts, usklug direct John Nix obtained license yesterday State. These sold for $21,160 an average nectar of that lar vanished day ha long 1883. connections in lb Uuioa Depot (al Ut. LouT (with to a tolen Bikvlit. He wn't ued to lo marry Mis Ssrah, daughter of Thoina of $302 28, Kentucky evidently keeping alnce evaporated and even the odor thereMissouri 1'aclUo Iron Woll Known tain A Uoutbero Usllway, Ut. Louis,Al Alton MounThis Old forest Ksllwayi Chicago of, like that of contemjioraneou lull, talking to theClng and thl I th wsy be Petrey, Goods It Is the first nd only li- the cream for herself road; Chicago, liurllDitou A Uulucy Itailrvad; KeHotol Still Maintains brown isn about cense issued this month gone, tbere I plenty "just a got luizeds "II flowers, ha arry okuk A bt, Louis lUilroad; Wabash, bt. Louis A LINCOLN COUNJr. High faclno lUilroad) Missouri. Kansas ATsass 1UI of the good" in the cellar aud fourteen hand high ridin'aniula forty. Bv The biggest thing In Chicago society way; Ut Louis A da Francisco lUllwy. Crab Orchard. AND grand-son- . I wa out there reold with a gold plug in on front recently, wsalhe msrrisge of O II Rolha-ke- r yea4 I'HEACIIEHHVaXLK, dead. Prof. O. P Moore Its Proprietor ii Determined that Impress Thli Upon Your Memory. (don't tell it in Danville) and tooth paed lhruiiul your town of the Denver jTWtuneand late of the I am pained to chronicle the Illness ol cently it Shall be Second to no Country hown through the spacious Th O. d M . is ths only Hue by wblth you If you see iiikii uf ich description lie' Louisville press, to Mis Mae Round, tbe Mn. John L Slsvins, the wife of our effI wish tosanouncdo lb trad tnat I will, sell Hotel in the State in iu fare, can get through lire Irou Cincinnati to bt. Louis toy Call and (Xauiln goods aa low a th lowest where everything wm a modal of cleanll-neswanted " William replied, "you must Leoff handsome daughter of Public Printer Appointments, or Attenwithout peyiog extra lar in auumon to money icient and prompt depot agent. aa know you sr all tired paid (ur tliksi. and where the vast to:k of whisky uf slock and UconiUctd, I ,jcaJm. JourmlCand get the operator U ay Round. The brid wa magulCcenlly ar tion to Comfort of ol b'gh priced and shoddy goods. Mr. Clay Duford, of Peabody, Kansas, For tickets, rates, or aur Inhumation, call ou their Queeti. varlou age had nothing to do but to malTicket Agentsof counseling lines. .what you mean' The information that raytd und the reception after the ceremony is visiting kls sister, Mr. Msggie Gormley low and Improve with time, like a good -I- Nf l'leuMiall al IW Walnut at., 41 COMB ONE, COME ALL! wa (ii elegint one, Present amounting such luule hid been stolen ws conveyed West Fourth St.. (Iraud luggage will caiyd to ssd frsas Iks dSMt nisBnlsanfafH (,or Depot fvol of Mlllalrwt. Hotel, to many thousand of dollara were disptsy- - He expect to remain with us about two man' conscience. binClnrlelU Th new distillery la Cunt up, roll up, tuuibl up I dou't cat how of ckargs. to Din Miller and at lat account he wa fri t'oaaaasrclal kneels! scresataedstlaa k I edsnd the couple had tbe honor of receiv weeks. W. II. 81IATTUC, W.W.l'EABODV, Tk Bar w IU mousy up. to nearly completed, but will not be put Into you cow up, so you bring lb Aunt IWUy Kennedy, the mother-in- scouring th country trying to get the (25 ing a costly bouquet ol camellia iroin PresUen'l Fauektsr igt, Uen'l buNrlnleudent, alwajs sassllsd wltk tk ekaimt, Vary resjwctfully, W. M. HUWAHts. Cincinnati. I greator at- - operation the present season, kraadt of Lltiorsaad Cigars. The in regular law of Mr. John Slavic,, ident Arthur. reward o (Tared. Horn, to the wife of deor, Hlfle, Jr. RELtOIOUS. J KY. - x Hard-tow- Iwnd-elsre- ai Citizens National Bank. et Arroiiivxav Ar ce i. ,. .! na butt-ntia- of Stanford Female a yei, !25-2- W. T. GREEN O Groceries, Hardware, TERMS MODERATE. and Saddlery, mm b.--a j- Harness cameo-photogra- FLOWS WAGONN. OPERA HOUSE, . Kentucky's East er "aSK,?1"': A SOLID TEAIN Lc. WASHINGTON CITY. Grand Hibernica mln-iste- rs Groat Comedians first-clas- gr, -S- Opera-Hnus- 1 e ST.ASAPH HOTEL. mark-manshi- p, J. 1 Mob-eity.- lb...........".....2Jo 1 .... ..... ..... ...-.10I6..-.- -.. . W. S. FRANCIS, -l- town........Hc ....... Itefuriiislicd a Itciittcd Cfi'p-pr- g Corn........ .... ........ ........... Kl............... ......... .....-....... .--. g ... ...., first-cbu- TO THIS PUBLIC Commercial Travelers right-of-wa- $50 REWARD! Don't Astray! book-keep- 45,-00- I Farm LUMBER! owslei aiix.cmt 1 Cincinnati Louis abuu-dan- c. fint-clas- school-bou- k sour-mas- J. ROBINSON MYERS HOTEL, 2 STANFORD. KY. Propr and its Reputation, 3 2 2 o, Willi', d New and New Prices icy. ware-hous- e 1 iu ware-house- Trlrs. 117-l- ui y- Smi-Mc- t Jtlji Inltriorlourital r, ,1 ST A.3STFOiaiJ, KY. Tuesday Morning, - February 27,1883 THK MOlttT. OF A PAIR Og STOCK- - J.Vfl. Tlio following letter was written by n distingiiislicJ literary lady to nloarned Judgo on tlio cro of his niarringo : Dun Oorstv: Herewith you will receiro n present of n pair of stockings knit by my own lintulfi ; and bo assured, dear cor, that my friendship for you is as warm as tho material, tictivo aa the finger work, and generous m tho donation. But I consider tho present m peculiarly appropriate Jon the occasion ol your marriage. You will remark, in tho first place, that there nro two individuals united in ono pair, who are to walk side by side, guarding against coldness, and giving comfort as long as they last Tho thread of their texture in mixed ; and so, alas, is tho thread of life. fc In these, however, tho wliito is made to predominate, expressing my desire and confldenco that thus it will bo with tho color of your existence. Nd black is used, for I believe you will bo wholly freo from tho black passions of wrath and Jealousy. Tlio darkest color hero is bluo, which ia excellent when we do not make it too blue. Other appropriate thoughts riso in my mind regarding theso stockings. Tlio nost indifferent subjects, when viewed by tho mind in a suitable frame, may furnish instructive influence, as eaith tho poet : The Iron dog, It fuel anil tonga, Tin bellow tbtt bar leathern lung, Th firewood, wbc tad imofce ( Do all to rlghteouancaa provoke. (by-whic- noCSCKD MAX. "Am Brudder Abraham Scott In d hall dl evenin'? inquired tho Presl dent, as ho looked down tho aisles. " Yes, sah," answered a voico from the northwest corner. " Den pleaso step dis way." Brother Scott scufled forward, head down and lils countcnanco betraying about seventeen different emotions, and when ho reached tho mark (ho President continued : " Brudder Scott, in gwlno obcr to de old man Johnson's las' nito to borry n bunk o' butter fur breakfast, I diskiv-cresomo ono Win' on do sldowalk. Sly first thought was to yell murder. My nex' thought was to smell of his brcaf. Dat settled do caso to once. It wasn't n innrdcr, but n caso of dead drunk. I turned dc snbicck obcr to git ft look at his face, an' who d'yo s'poso it was?" Brother ScoU gazed straight at a bust of Venus and had nothing to.say. " It was Brudder Scott " "whispered tho President "Although two of his children am bar'f nt, his wifo needs cloze an' ho hasn't a dozen taters in do house, ho had taken good money from his pocket an' paid it out fur bad whisky. lie wasn't a man when I foun' him. Ho was a hog a big hog I could smell his breaf six feet away, an' it would have mado a dog sick. Ho had lost his hat, rolled in do slush, an,' den fallen into a got help an toted stuyorisli sleep, him home, an' he comes to dis meetin' to havo a woto among men who work hard, respect dcmsclves an' lib soA d 1 1 rue aiaA.vrtc no mrk op jxdia. Tho majcMic and mighty banyan fig treo lords it otter tho vegetable world of Asis No other tree over mcasurod a tilbe of five acres in the ground inclosed by tho c renmfcronco of its branches, nor u(Tor,lil rlicltcr from tlio sun at ono Utio to th tmtnl men. Under its vast ttrndow ono may stroll leisurely for litiirs nlontf avenues and footpaths bor. dred bj llowcring shrub and cooled by gurgling streamlets. There is a banyan iu Ceylon which measures ljCOO feet around tho branches more than ft quar ter of n mila Under tlio shade of a still larger troo on tho banks of the Mcrbudda, in India, which measures' a circuit of 2,200 feet. whoso largo trunks number 851, whose, small ones exceed 3,000, and whoso foil- tgo makes a homo for thousands of birds find monkoys, the chief of Pntn&h used to encamp in magnificent style. Here ho would entertain his guests on his g expeditions. Sepirnto t'iits were gorgeously Jilted up as bctl chambers, and each guest hnving ono had three servants at his command. Sa loons, drawing rooms, diuing rooms, smoking rooms, kitchens all were perfectly appointed. Including all tho an imals and servants, thero wpro 7,000 individuals in tho retinue, jet tlio great banyan easily sheltered them nil. Here, when tho glow ami Hush of tho ficrco sun had given way to tho cool dovra of evening, tho guests of tho Oriental Prince sipped their sherbet or cham pagne, and watched tho movements of the dancing girls, whila tho monkeys chattered and tho night birds sang in tho icafage above, and tho. polo moon-shin- o glintod down through tho openings in tho Mist roof. When thoJianyAn first springs up its method of gTowtii is normal, and during tho first century of, its life, indeed, it shows no disposition to da anything ec centric. But when tho great branches of the treo havo reached such a height that thoy can no longer support thoir weight horizontally, tho ends begin 4o bend downward, and they lower from tho tips ono or more roots, which, entering the ground, send forth rootlets, and themselves becomo fresh stems. So at last the horizontal branches, onco in danger of breaking by their own weight, aro as easily supported by tho pillars as a bridgo by its piers. 80 tlio process goes on for agoi till tho grand treo covers its acres nf ground. Lateral branches shoot out from tho main limbs, while tho latter aro constantly growing nntil they reach gigantic size. Theso lateral branches also put down stems and shoot out branchlets, nntil it comes to pass that, instead of ono tree, thero is a colonnade of stems supporting as many natural rafters, on which reposo denso masses of foliage. Such is tho gigantic fig tree of India, truly ono of tho wonders of tho world. .1 World of Wonders. tiger-huntinmar-velo- I ber lives." , ILsoBorry, Bah," " No doubt of it, but dat am no A fool excites pity, kaae Ood made him dat way. - A lunatic draws sympathy, kaso ho has met wid misfortune, A drunkard arouses nufllin' but contempt. Ho deliberately goes at it to e. But to tho subject. You will perceive that the top of thoso tiling I suppose courtship to bo represented) aro scorned, arid by no means of seaming , aro drawn into a snarl, but after comes a time when tho whole is mado plain, and continues so till tho final toeing off. By ' this I "wish to take occasion 'to congratulate you, that you aro now through with seeming and have como to plain reality. Again, as the whole of these comely stockings was not mado at once, but by the addition of one littlo stitch after another, put in with skill and discretion, until the whole presents the fair and makofobroto of lussclf You) havo Who wants his society ? Who am not stitch dropped when duties are to be degraded by w olkin' besido him ? Brudperformed, no widening mado when bod am a bonnced man! principles aro. to bo removed or economy der Scott, you Your namo will bo crossed from our is to lie preserved, neither seaming nor rolls, you will bo refused admission narrowing where truth and generosity heah.nn'wo shall forgit dat you war' aro in question. eber lininlierod wid us." Kite Presi Tims overy stitch of life uado right Club Papers. and set in the right place nono either Lime Kiln too large or too small, too light or too MAX 3III.LISF.IIS. loose ; may you keep on your smooth Man milliners havo been regarded in and even course, making cxistenco ono Paris the proper persons to arrange how fair and consistent piece, until togother women should bo dressed for moro than s having passed tho heel you may como dozen years. Grcnvillo Murray, in hie v to tho very too of life, and'heronn tho latest "Round About France" papor, final narrowing off and Uroppingtoff tho says that while thero may bo female coil of this crcblmeatio pair of companions modistes quito as tasteful as tho man and comforting associates, nothing apmilliners, the man milliners do not think pears but white, tho token of innocenoo so; it is they who originate tho fashions and peace, of purity and light May which modistes do no moro than copy, you, like theso stockings tho final stitch and theirs is(tho undoubted faculty " ol being dropped, and the work" completed charging double what they would vent go together from tlio place whero you ure to do were they women." He rowere formed to a happier stato of exis- tates that there is a great artist in milltence, a present from earth to heaven. inery, who shall be nameless, but whose noping that these stockings and reputation is world wide, who " will not may meet n civil reception, I condescend to work for everybody who remain in tho truo-blufrondslup, seemcomes beseechingly to his warehouse." ingly without seaming, yours' from top BLb affirms that his artistic to toe. will not allow him to dress a lady who would not be likely to do full justice tVllAT AUK FOUKST XUKKST A lady Tlio land department of tho Depart- to his brilliant conceptions. ment of the Interior has decided that once admitted into tho happy circlo ol Oshro orange, ratal pa and ailftnthus are this man's patrons, ho "scans her with not timticr trees within the meaning ol the eye of inspiration," and decides what ho wishes her to wear. Hei tho net of Congress for tho encouragement of timber planting, passed Jnne own clioioe in tho matter is not conWhen a' lady has given many 14, 1878. Consequently the planting of sulted. either of those- kiuds of trvoa is not and cogent proofs of knowing what deemed a compliance with said act styles and colors aro best uuitod to hex which will entitle the planter to obtain face and figure, then and not till then does he deign to reccivo her orders-Ladie- s a grant of Government land. Tho Comwho rule thoir own households missioner states in substance in deciding with a firm hand, "aro us mild as against theso trees that they are Southern in origin and apparently not adapt- cherubs in the picsenco of tho Olymped to stand tho keverity of Northern ian milliner." He is cold and perempwinters. lie does not dunliU that they tory, but to do him justiJe, ho is not Strolling about his sawould do well in Texas, but ha has overbearing. loons, with a notebook and a gold pencil doubts about their flourishing in Northern Dakota. His opinion is iu accord in his hands, " he stops to bow courtwith that of most observers. Tlio Osage eously to customers who enter, and orange is not hardy ou most; soils, and either, passes them on with a wavo of the rooms, or in most locations in tliii jwrtlon of tho hand toward tho trying-o- n West, as u shown by tho failures tp else retires with them to small mirrored make lasting hedges of it. Bosides no .phambcrs, wherp the mystqriesjst tho ono has shown that it it of any value for new toilets are discussed." timber. Tho ailanthus is not hardy 1'HOTKCTIOX AUAIXSr COXTAOIOX. here, and it is a blessing that it 4 not, Precipitutcd lap sulphur is ono of tho for tt hits prmed to bo a nuisanoe wherever it has been planted iu toTviw, on most excellent as well as simple and safe preventives ugainst contracting any account of the stench which t& blosand all kinds of contagious diseases. soms produce. It has been shown) that the wood is valuablo for ornamental It is conveniently used by placing a 1 11 1.. ' pinch of it in each stocking as often as r... ti i i.t mriiiiuru, uiib it in ui iiiitrmiuuuLMO VU1U0 for other purposes. There isupw ft they aro changed. Under tho direction "boom" in favor of tho cutalpa itii, but jol tlio noted De. Herring, of Philadel was used as above, with it was staited and maintained-chieflyby phia, suipuur n nurserymen, who are iuteiested in tho tho most remarkable success, as a tiro of .cholera during its terrible sale of bced and young trees. The cutalpa iu its untivo homo is a good tree, prevalence in that city many years since, and so is the Hootch larch. But the a well as of nearly all other contagious diseases. wood of tho latter has no qualisolf-cstccd pro-.va- heard mo speak of dis matter on cobcral prcvus occashnns, on' yon know how do majorityof dis club feel on do snbjeck. In do las' two months you havo bin drunk fo' times." "Yes, sah; but I'll quit" " i hope you will, but I doubt it You had "ebery "thing to loso by gettin1 drunk, do fust time. You havo lost dlirocjor, respect, money aa' standin', an' dor's lectio hope dat you will seo any reason to quit Wo kin guard agin thieves by lockin' up our money. We kin put da murderer in prfeon an' have him outer de way. Wo kin expose de equal piece of work, which you see, so liar an' kiver him wid confusion. But lifo does not consist of ono great action, do drunkard de hog do beast, who but millions of little ones combined; trust him ? Who kin believe in him? and so it may bo with our lives no kin v ATOIfF.I VF HUHOr..iltV, A gang of four men onco roblicd tho homo of a rnilwny ticket agent and the noxt morning bought their tickets of him with tho money they had taken from his pocket tho night before. In spite of tlio fact that tho children of a nieralwr of tho Now York Legislature were awaka nearly all night talking about tho Fourth of July, three burglars drilled n holn in bin safe and carried away $5,000 iu $100 bills which ho was accused of bavin received as a bribe for his vote, but which ho did not daro deposit or invest lest ho should excite suspicion. Another timo three men, who had successfully roblicd a homo and wcro going out with their plunder, heard an alarm clock go oft aud two visitors got up and dross themselves for a sporting expedition. Tho butglars hid in tho parlor and tho sportsmen lot thomaclves out without knowing that tho house had been plundered. They found out all about it, however, when thoy returned and learned that tho police hod suspected them of tho robbery and insisted on arresting them. On another occasion when burglars were all ready to leavo a house they wcro astounded at seeing a form in wliito pass back and froth in the hall, which finally disappeared from view. Thoy lost no timo in getting out of tho house. It was only a daughter of tho family who was in tho habit of walking in her sleep. A thief was robbing n church 0110 day and found on tho Biblo a sermon which the clergyman had left thero in order to mako sure of his not leaving it at home. When ho was all ready to begin liis preaching he discovered, to his amazement, that tho sermon was gone. Ho Bet tho choir to singing and went homo after it, but of conrso could not find it ; had to como back and turn his services into n prayer meeting. A "bachelor uncle, whowaseipectedto givo his iiiicco something handsome tor h wedding proscnt, failed to send it loug. He was plentifully denounced for his stinginess, until a note was received announcing that the burglars had madoLa rnid on him tho night before and taken away tho jewelry and silverware ho had bought A burglar laughed so that ho camo near betraying himself, on hearing a moMier tell her littlo boy to aay his prayers, lie a good lxy and always look np to God. (Tlio mother had recently appeared iu a fino Eoalskin coat which tho neighliors were told was a present from herhusband.) " But," said tho boy, "you will loso by looking up." "Never," said tho mother. "Yes you do, too," said tho boy ; " for if I'd been looking up tho other day somo other boy would have found that pockctbook, and you wouldn't havo had that sealskin sack." Beforo morning the sealskin went off with tho rest of tho plunder. Tliotifsniln bear wltneM to the pcilllve curative powers of the Oreat Herman See advertlretwnt Sold by Penny & MeAIIitrr, Stanford, Ky W. P. OPERA HOUSE, -- CHIHCH PIRICTOHT ftTANfOKI). RY WALTON, . . Froprlotor. - I Mortleoa. rtiUTit -MKiiuiiunr, .1. etery Kar. II. morning and Sunday night eirtpt the third Prater Heeling ettry BunJay eVho.1 at too a at Thtireday 11I4M Iter II 1 Morrlaon, Murlntendenl Jrtrc Bivtireai AiittH FREE! SELF-CUR- Bit of Stage, WlM I.ltht mm ale tela et 8en-er- y rVallng rapacity, Inelndlng gallery, too. Iteawnabl rate to guoil attraction. Addreea E at almt. A favorite rrronlDlloa of en of tM peat noted ftnd Mcceufui tperfellit In the u A ror inecureor . Mnl ,vr uraMUueuailit. nfnri Mo. m, A Semi-Weekl- Preeh(ng hf Dt J? W. Coa C onCrconJ and tourth Lord't daft nunday Hehool GRAND O0MS1KATI0N. and fourth Mundaya, morning and Prater Meeting ttery We.lnee.lay after-nnn0 a at II. R, Harrow flun.lir rVbonl al S'lperlnlandenl Worihtp by the congregation llltlHTIAN night. al 1 13 Joe feteranee, 'uperlntend.nl. I. . McM-- I IJIlIWIlYTKItlAN, BtlllTII - Tie 0, John W, roTilwatot. Munday (fchool al Itenl, fiuirlntendent. Urlon Prajer Meeting on WednelT tilthte BAI1IMT-I- lT J. St Bar)c, Puter. Mertlceii W.l DR. WARD A CO., UWs, y Ittftbllshad 1840. Interier Journal An.1 th "BRADFORD" 1IIICCII.1IMIID txMilitllle tuns Ra4 PORTABLE MILL. CHI, KIIUT AMIS, Weekly On Courier-Journ- al llian aaatl l.flO-t- wo paper lor (liam g. V . tHV 'l Ija i UIITI -ft ri4lf Ctrte ur AddrMe plelnlr THOS BRADFORD 1C0. Ill, II. new, ! it, iiLRiiamat, year lor Utile tnori Norvous Exhaustion, Preniaturo Decay, Itoss of Memory. SENT FREE An M pficf Clfttli-lmtin- d Arltlroln IntrriBT Men. by t nolt nf A lii leaomo r CINtHllTI.O. nam m. iiimmrrr, Py pajlng ut I J.M you will recelt (iron jeer your borne taper with the Courier-Journa- l, the repreeentalltniiiper of th Konth, and the liett, brlgbteatand ahleat larally Weekly In the United Klatee. Thoa who dealr lo examine a aau pie copy ol lb Courier-Journcan do eo al thlt office. THt HUUH JOURNAL, tea' MJIWAVXCE. WIS. ATTORN EY AT LAW, fPlainEnglishl ir-J- S Mt. Vernon, Ky. Wilt Brittle hit crofeMlotl In Ibxtrutla and adjoining oountte and in th Court of Appeal. t?rttal alien Uon fit eo to collet Mens. 1883. Tlio Cincinati News! A iimi7n ojifnCicuutmu7HCitir 4m . HERE latTFRESSEDl Kaaaaa, Jen Sflh. 1 IW3L DAILY ROBBED Ihoiitandtoritritf at annually rolbvd oil heir Tlctlmi, lltra prolonged, Doittoarntio Nowspaporl la publlihcd lo tuUrrlbrr at tb following 4.rttaj4B. thMwntfUl'lr cttrwIfL. lr)4thnt 1 bwi rfk lrMlhtlr I I emoinr-- l atiatf lllhmhoi lin lb lo wll ad rounoi lothIUnmi(h-Iflt Iosvfavnllini M nasv I ,,.ni.nr-,rr)T(- tp if auffrtr Mff9J PR happlntaaand health restored by um of the great ua'pkh Dally Titti ot'HiJii-citrrior- vi one Which potlllf elf and permanently cure Jmijio-frnct- ;. (cauted by taemaeiotany aloj,) Armf. tint II rnkurtm. andaaalldlaea-e- a that follow a loaa of energy, keaol equenetcf memory, unleerul laatlluJe, pain In the batt, dlmneeaoftliton, premature old age, and many other dtieatea thai lead to eontuinptlon and a pre- maiur grave w ceoti lor circular wun free by mall. Th l.XVUJOItATIU! It eoU at It per hoi, or alz boiet for 19, br all drtiMttli. or will be tent free br mall, aeeurelr aealed, on receipt tt price, by adJreealng Hot GERMAN IN VIG0RAT0R! Dally and Hunliy ill monlba Dally and f imJar edition, threw monlhl 2 00 All ulcrlptlon Intarlahly In lultante. An extra ropr ol lb pater will be mallei free for on year to any wnon who will ra! a clflb ot ten annual euliiwlberi at on toitoraee, and for ward Ibelr niniet and addren, tiantber wllh 10 111 CAHItlhlt Dallr and Pundar Itcenla itr week, or Uceottper month. pataMe In carrier anl PuiHlay eliilon nr Man, roaring paid lot f To 17 4 jeir 00 lw oTry younu-- miadia nt or old man troubl(t with nerroua or ph yilcl dtbtli y or Impolenoa nealM circular U nt , masr tmlf bi tptKiatifof mil willflxl la lhUro rll mfl If tM tftitW. llMcvciriillr.or.rt, win not iMicn mt nam tat roM t Ult I tr wm tn.1 1 will aavwvt than, fotm-)nli- lil fttf trf 9. W Bwn t full nd-ion roatnl enni to HARRIS NCMBDYOO. it. Louis. Mo yaur iditrw wnttMCmTlnoi1 of You fiwJ our itmadf. and ad thi. TUTT'S agent for th United Slain. F.j. ii km: v. IU Adimtiireei, Toledo, iihKt. ll-- l jrj oollilii: roalliiR, which rllw lha lr rltallmi Ibnt mum lb cough It clean THK WEEKLY NEWS! llieliinaanrall Imiinrltlee, atrenithen a (liemwlien enlM bled tijr illaeae,iatlgor-ateth circulation of tb blood, end Iraceathe Hating rosrluded to remote to Teiaa, I oflrr for . Will be leaned by th nertoae ititem rillejlit raid orieu ad Ira til my Muaiiiniitlau. lllednngeroua la negjlect RCflllCIICti V ItllltlllCHX IIoiihv, Apply Cincinnati Newt Publishing Co. j thei.1.twenty III rented)' promptly. A jcire warrant Iba aeeertlon that teetof Cbru lined In one.iltuated lath town of Crab OrIl la a IVmMrall Mier. datalcd 10 ISJlllre. no remedy liaa ever tieen r.ninillhal lee chard, Ky , on Lanciutcr atrett. Th building- - It two and ttorlea blah, SOU) frrl and ren- Newt, Mttkelt, Agriculture and I. teralure, and prompt intlaeffeet.naTlin'S HPtCTORABT. I 20x10, will be rdllol wllli the tlew of making It a dealr. Aaluliloa andrallee Hie phlejiai,eubduf tal m In all right rooma. Th i auepre.1, reuteetbauoat Inflammation, with counter and ahcltlng nlceljand properly ar- able family Newper. obetlnal mtifh. Aplenl cordial, chll a ntw candidate for niWIr fator. The Week ranged, "lib all the outbuilding nereeury to At and tb tattaol lb uioal fattldlom, and ly Newa will rater to lhiejulrcfti.nUf It read dren lake It rend III.W Incr trotip It la etery family. an abundaoc of pur water for drinking and era It will Ihorouthlr dlicuaaall lite nueatlot a luralualilr an I ahoul I li !j4e. eiilj )l Mailllee. houtehold putpoac,lautlful thad and fruit tree oflheday ll will git particular attention Iu adorning and beautifying th entire puniler, all Ihegatneringoi inebewa filarial rare villi., tnagood and healthy condition Any on ittalr-lo- g taken in compiling tne tanoua nutlet reurl In thelnlereelof the farm'. reo.il a cheap ycltaluable retldenre, a more atlee-canie will la to agriculture people, FOR JSALE one-ha- lf iiore-mo- ! aiiici. cii . Twocenll Dalit edition . Sunday (dauble altel .. Threw nil Agent, carrtera newadealcrt, newaMye or any on handling THE NEIIM, aranquIrM la tell the Ad-dpaper In coafumllr with the alot ratet Till: .If.'ll S. Cincinnati U 1 nit. r. 111 ..... 1 "TxTlGTORAHT la somroaed which tkaicuiiactilii eriiele Hi autealaiec nflh Inwire, eapeeluialee the acrid mailer tb IHoucbtal fulei, and forma of llttb.1 aud ilmiUglnout rml-uet- a, d would do well to call detoted tieceral literature and protperout and tlluilue the ptenilee before purcbaalDgcl'-whe- n tarlouamalleia tiled for th lainllt llrcle will comprla an Important department ol Ihit paper, Terma reasonable. -and It willb Inepurpoeeot IS manarewent toau JOHN I'. STROIIK. tf edit andpubllih the 1 be Weekly Newa at toenm mend 11 10 ami max 11 a weiroiu timer in etery Afflicted, Attention DR. OANN'SKEMEDIKSI FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTCnEI) BY W bouaei old. 1 he W eekly Newa li a large quarto, ronlilnl'g alxty four mlumsaofrradlng matter, I rioted on a a Doe article oleileoJire. I paper. In order lortaeh allclaiMa,li will toxoid at th following low A alngl A APT DIRECTLY OK THE lure ( rtllle and eter. Iiyepcpeta, BIek lleadaeli. Illllna Collr.Comllpa. Iiail. linviliH.il... . air., lillllWHi 111 Heart, lilialneaa, Torpid I.I re r, wild S'emale Irrrgulaiitlee. if you do not "feel M TUTT'S PILLS t.Vt. ept rWBITt FOR A M K. OANN, P . A A F.rtsyixas Solomon tells us that all things ; a timo to Weep, and a timo to laugh, to play and to danco. Surely, tho time to laugh, to play and to danco comes most appropriately in the long pleasant evening hours, when Tho circa that intent the day noxv. at thero is timo foi T.llir.K ETIQUETTE is with a view of olovating tho popular taste and cthcrealizing, so to speak, tlio manners and customs of our readers, that wo givo below a few hints upon It hold to remember that tho pleasant evenings at homo are strong antidotes to tho practice of looking for enjoyment abroad, and seeking for pleosuro in by and forbidden places; for relaxation and recreation will bo indulged in somehow by most men, and happy aro they who find in the homo circlo tho diversion thoy need. A lively game, an interesting book read aloud, or, in musical families, a now song to bo pnicticod, will furnish pintimo that willmako an evening pass pleasantly. A little forethought during tho day, a little pulling of wires that need not appear, will make tho whole thing easy, and different ways and means may bo provided for making tho oveuiog hours pass pleasantly, and a time to bu looked forward to with pleasant anticipations. Wo visited once in' large family whero it was tho duty of each sister, in turn, to provide the evening's occupation, and thero was a pleasant rivalry between them as to whoso evening should bo tho most enjoyable. Tho brothers entered fully into tho spirit of the simple homo entertainments, and were as loth to bo obliged to spend aa ovening nway from homo as their sistcra and parents were to havo them absent Every ono spoke of this family as an uncommonly united ono, for each and every member showed such a strong attachment for the homo to which each ono contributed so much pleasure. tunnels f 'fiie wonderful npw;Bbd eulue 'Central Pacillo ritdruad aro of two kinds, ono with very steep roofs and the other with flat roofs. Thoy cost per mllo from $8,000 to 812,000, and in It Fold up tbeir tents Uts tho Arabs An4 silently steal away. Is well for the women of tho house- table etiquette? Macaroni should bo cut into short pieces and eaten with an even, graceful motion, not absorbed by tlio yard. Oranges aro held on a fork while being peeled, and tho facetious stylo of squirting the juico into tho eyo of your host is aa rcvoir. Stones in cherries and other fruit should not be placed on tlio table-clotbut slid quietly and unostentatiously into tho pocket of your neighbor, or noiselessly tossed under tho tabic. If by mistake you drink out of your finger-bow- l, lough heartily and mako somo facetious remark, which will change tho course of conversation and renew the friendly feeling among tlio members of the party. In drinking wino, when you get to tho bottom of your glass do not throw your head back and draw your breath like the exhaust of a bath tub in order to get tho last drop, as it engenders a feeling of tho most depressing melancholy among tho guests. If you cannot accept an invitation to supper, do not writo your regrets on tho back of a pool check with a bluo lead pencil. This is not regarded as "rico chet" A simple note to your host, informing him that your washerwoman refuses to relent, is sufficient On seating yourself at tho table, draw off your gloves and put them in your lap nndor your napkin. Do not put them in tho gravy, as it would spoil tho gloves and cast a gloom aver the gravy. If ) ou havo past cleaned your gloves with you must leavo them out in tho front yard. Cinclnnuli Itlr Journal h, lieu-tine, per And larger rln leal the rat of 7 copy per annum The world la filled with tb wonderful, beautiAbd In adJIIIon TbeWeeklr Newa will I ma ful and Intricate Intention, ot man, yet all th ed fre for one year Iu any pefaon whei wilt rale a combined talent and genius that the world hat et-- r clubol twenty ornK.r annual tulecr bera al on known baa neter prulured anything- - that can pualomcv. and forward tbeir naima ae.l adJreee compare with 'Dr. (lann'a llemedlea T Midlcal wllh lb requltll amaunt ol money, aajral-.- t eklll and telenc bate, aa yet, tailed In dlacoter table of ratra. any thing equal to them, for lb cur of th dla- e for which Ihey are recomtnenJed. Aa their 13 ntXOICeT.H'DED BY THYSICUKq tlrtuee and uae are rralaed br tboutanda through out lb length and breadth ot the land, and at OUIUOH Standard larullr Uedlclnet, Ihey cannot b exCa.nrrh of tha Naaal Catlty Chronlo ana celled, anl ar fully tubtUntlated by th etroog-- at ! Ulcor.itlrol Catarrh cf tho Car, Cio or teatinionlala. Throat. It la taKon IMTCHHALLV, and acta O.nccTLY upon U Blood and For Cough a. Chide, Croup, Hronchltla, Contunip-Ho- n Will l dlalrtbnte.1 ainona- lime wbo obtain and Newa the ten largxl elubaof Mucous Rurfnooa of tho System. It and alt plseaeea ot th Throat and Lung a, tend loThe Weekly Iroin anr one Ma full latiulcrlber br th lit la tho beat Blood Purttler In tho day 01 July. IMS. hath tubetrlptlon In thee WOnLD, nnd la worth ALL that la Chc Ur. GhiiiVm Cough .Syrup. ClUll mil o chartecJ for It, for THAT alona. MONTICEX.LO. KY. copy, one year 1100 club of ten ceplce, utalled loooe at&cw, en year . .. W club of twenty cwil,ef mailed to (Hi RMt . 17 00 office, one tear club or thirty cwplee, mailed lo on poet- offlce. ooe year. 7104 club of forty eeplee, Mailed lo wew ul- SO 09 offlce, one tear RtTKS OF SCIISCItl I'TIOXl ..... eery wellaalnjleplllal lI.IUn etlmulaleath e, r parte rbrot to th ttotn.ch, re.tnreil- T.t-- m I'rlee arte, rl.t Murray e IT. Y. TUTT'S MARUAl t rRtl.lel eti HALL'S ATARRH UBE PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS $1,000 IN OI,5 . For Liter Complaint, Dftpc pita, Indlgettlon.Jaun-di- e. Conttlpatton, Sour Btoiuach and all llllloua Dlieaaea, ONE DOLLAIl PER YEAB. Sd Cue Dr. Uauu'rt Llrcr Cure. " Dr. Oaitn'H Liniment. ' " M " For Urgnt Club ... ' d .. f 100 In gold For Itheumatlam, Neuralgia, Bpralna, IlrLlie and rlwelllngt aneitcrnal application tor manor lib Slh tlh " " " ' ' - ;io " 1W m M SO bent IThu Sth Slh lOlli 7lh " ' .. - ) For nice. Hemorrhoid!, Durnt, tiitula and all Total... Jl.tOO almllar dlaeaaea, l'arlle woiklea tor the abote nreinluma muit Intarlahly tend one J. IL Wiintrxroaa. Uhc Dr. Gunn'H IMIc Ointment. ed, and they ahould dollar with each nameP r(Iportgit name with 1YOKTII CIO A IIOTTLK. and tend mouey at fail aa th tulacrlberi K Mcnitir. Jarkacn, lllrh., write Hat had For Freeh Cute, Burnt, Ulcer and Old Sorea, ar obtained rataurh f or W year. Ilxti a Catarrh Cur curul email amounta of owner may b tent by mall al ma. C'onakler it worth ICUO a bottle. th Cotoiftny'e rlia but amouuta oter f I uiuat l by all Drverleta at ! rta per bottla. Uhc Dr. Gunn'H IlUlcr-Swc-ct I aent br ordtr. cheek or br reele- - Mantifartured ao.1 aokt by T J. CULNCT & CO. Ointment. cered letter Hand for ipeclmen copy aod then TOLl6, OUIO. j tabecrlb (or II Addreu UHoDr.GHiiH'uHtomach Tllb KtULT Ktsnt), la Sianfcrd by Ptnny A McAllaler, for 204 and 3 IUr Uriel, Cincinnati, Ohio. A Rellabl Tonic. Arpttlter and Blood Purifier, and alao cure Djperpala, lndlgeatloo, Liter Complaint, Malarial letera and all periodical Dlaeaaea. Manufacturtd and for aale by A combination of And we offer On Hundrod Dollars for any Oneo nf Catnrrh It wilt not Cure, MILL CL UK ANa CAKIi Office) of A T BrawiRT Pa'l Catcxao, 1U. Juno4, mu. rtilrda, t CSenfJit Urtiri. F J I laCw tileawura In IbformlnjT you CVeadrmen. tliat I Imia uacd Hill a Catarrh Cur. It l.aa curvslme-Iwia trry lud and don t IieeJtate. to hat Itwlllrureonytnaocf LalarrliU taken Your tmlr, Muperly. mim cure for cata?,?,h nr in tiiu MAUitirr.a.1 (., LULU ft a lilltcra m., tl w. proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. war All order IS-- tl by mall will recelt porapt attention Sol k. :m a ta to table form, fur Jhoiltly, Iau 0 thai J'otctTt U it indUjtma- After a thorough trial of the) I HON TONIC, I take pleaaura In alaunir mat i nave oen EToatly DenonUKt nv in ua. Mlnlateiw and Wh ile apeakora will nnd It of Lbs . Jtorkand J'Apnoe-t- In KENTUCKY CENTRAL nr n II TO ILOOR HEV.J.I.. TOWNER, ui., aaya- :"Iconaldarlt a moat excellent remedy for tho debilitated vital forces. , Indua-try- TUEMOSTBEHIBABLKKOUTE And decidedly tb Popular Koute, aHordlog, at II dooa, leaa change ani) auperlor accommodation! to CINCINNATI! Minouri, Iowa, Kanias, Texai, irreateat valno where Tonlola necea-aarI rocommond It aa rtllabla remedial asent, poaaeaalntr un- aouutea uutrturo and reatorattve propertlea. MHOI., A,, UliJ, B. rsxmu it ;n dr. Tb North, Morthweat and Weal. In fact. If you In contupltar trip by any direction, jour Inlereat purrbailsg your ticket tla will b Wit ie ttd K. and Cincinnati, t Train each way 2, Pull man Palace l are; i le gent Mew Lat Coachea, and handaomely furnltbed Kecllnlng Chair Cara loria th unrqualed equipment of tbla Old tollable, thereby making a trip oter thtt tin on ol luiu-rlocomfort and pleaaur. Try It. harter medicine 00., -- : a, una si., er. u;ia. a THE- TIME TABLE. IN EFFEOf DEC. 81. IMi. SOUTU. jhotkctiox of axotr. -- somo places whero heavy masonry was needed tho cost reached $30,000 a mile. They .ore firmly constructed Jo, support tho great weight of snow nud resist the rush of avalanches. Firo precautions Corrugated plates aro very thorough. of iron separate tho building into secsection tions, and in the groat At tlio the.ro aro automatic firo alarms. summit is an engine and tank always ready to flood tho iguited spot in a molasting ment These sheds shut in tho,viow of ties when it is grown ou most prafria . , the great- - Sionas, but witAout them MT y.HtB.1. soils, although its merits were extolled Ho "May I call you Bovcngo?'' travel would bo impossible. Sometimes only u few yoars ago. The catalpa may five feet of bdow falls upon them ia a rank with tho larch in a few years, by Hc-- p" Because ' Itovcngo is Sweet' " day, and often thirty footHie on the which time enterprising nurserymen She "OrUlnlyjoumoyj provided. ground at ono time, and iu many places will be ready with something elso. though, you will lot me call you Venge suow accumulates to the depth of fifty Cit(ti0O Time. ance. feet abovo these great wooden arclics. Ho ,"Aud why would you call mo easy ll'ijg find tho Ir At a state dinner given by an African . or Myitis 1111 roiiiliizvoiw, toTlio Kui- - Vtngoanco?" pills ' 1'IKH hoys' She "Because Vengeance is mine."' King, some boxes of sugar-coat' and Arkiiusaj bushes uro full of formed tho dessert This was when 1 MthzvotK, but it U a different thing to It is now the style to point your mar tlw King was a little green; but ho can't Hud the boys. ble mantels iu imitation of wood. be fooled again. ten-milSho-"Why?" ed j THE XEAUFUL OXIOX. So little do we as a people know of that vegetable tabooed in iolito socioty, tlio onion, that wo bestow not iqion it that measure of esteem in which the Indeed, woro it proLav ant holds posed to rcntoro it to the position it attained in the schema of ancient Egyptian theology, tho proponent would speedily bo nominated as a candidate for tho nearest lunatic asylum. But how manifold aro its virtues I Near tho Oriit serves, like cheeso ent, its birth-placin England and apple in Brittany, as tho relish to whatever form of farinaceous food constitutes tho faro of tho papulation of Spain, Portugal, Italy, Egypt, Morocco and Arabia. The ))olm of popularity is disputed in Southern Europe by the garlio, aud in Franco tl.o leek. TIib lint English treatise ou husbandry appoarod in 153L It was writteu by Sir A. Fitxhorbort, a lawyer and Judgo. This was followed by Thomas Tusscr's " Five Hundred Points of Husbandry," and still laUr wo find "Jethro Tull's g Husbandry," an argument in favor of a higher cultivation, showing tho effect of moro thoroughly intemia-itlin- g particles of soil. No. 2. No. i. No.C. INTERIOR JOURNAL .afiawaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaKaW it e, 8 00 am 2 SO P m tOOpui Lte. Cottngton V 40 a w 4 10 I Ol Vltpm " ralinuutu. 10 60 a m 6 W p ui 10 08 pm " Cjuthlaua -- 11 SOa in 5 4.1 p m 10 40 put " 1'arla.. M1 Arr. Lrilnglon... II IS p m li:0ui 7 SO p to 1123 iu Lte. Lexlugton jo p m 12 10 am 2 21 p u Winchester Arr, a ot p in lOOpu 1.145 em Ml metllng 7 il l Albland ToVauI Huntington.. i w p in No. 6. No. 1. No. 8. until Lte. lluntlngtun - s SO a m 7 15 a m Albland .. 8 80 a 111 ' Mt. blerllng 12 21 p III o lo a ui Wlncbetler Arr. Leilngton .. i io p m 7 10 a oi 2 10 p in 7 43 a m SISpni Lte. Leiluglon . pu 8 00 p m 8 S3 a ui S ' Parla. . 8 M p m 9 12 a w 4 Da u " t'rnthlana 4 43 p in 10 10 a Ul 8 23 pui Falmouth (,S pm 0 15 p m II 89 a Arr. Cotlugton MAYHVILLE DIVISION No. vLt Lealngiou 8 pm. Arr IU71 tllln 18.iu Lexington 23am No 10 " MatatTll ( 00 am. " Maritlll R41au No. 11 " Parll A)ain. flfAFyflmtimKlmW M lapu aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV! 5 ff If BaK W IIUiu No. li " atarattll 12 40jim UilngUintUpu It No Crunidilly and hat daycoaclua from Cincinnati la Waehloglou. Pullman rlleepcra to Kana. wba Fall. W Va and lUdlulig Chair Car lo rJlopa ouly at itatlom on K C. IU It. where time U glreo. No 2 runa dally, except Sunday: ha through coachea lo Hun Ington. No. baa through coachea 4 rant daily, (xicplbunday) to Ml. bier I log and parlor car lo Matatille. No. 3 Horse-Hoein- aud ton, Pullman Uleeper from Kanawha car from Lexlug on to Cincinnati. Ouly Srfor No. I and 8 lun dally, except bate through coachea from lluolington Direct connection at Lexington and Mt. Htcrllog with alagea forIilchinond,Ky.,LawrcoceburgiKy., runtdallrt baa elrgtutday coach front Welling- -- ST'ESA.IMC- JTOB la andVraallle,ICy. C. LBBOWN, U. W. BENDLII, UuperlatwdcnL Oea'l Pale, i, Tkt. Aft. Ueceral offlcea, Cotlogtou, Ky, PRINTING OFFICE Printing tho Best Preparod to in do all kinds of of Style and at City Figures. Try ns.