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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 2, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883030201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: March 2, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. fjfrs VOLUME Snni-M.cl.l- jj X.-NUMBER jfcttti - Heeklii 510. Tho ibfiif 2, 1883. DARBYS Tho mtfnat NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH A Lott Romanc$ Minn aud Georgo were engaged. Tho season had been a bright ono to them, On this afternoon they wero scaled in a little parlor which looked out upon a beautiful garden. Tho great tun had gono down behind tho western hills and the landtcapo smiled in tho mellow glow of a summer's twilight. Tho garden had been her 120. t Interior Journal Editor and Proprietor Namtt of Women, and their Meaning. Origin ot tho Tariff. W. P. WALTOH, T. ft, WALTON, Butlntu Manager I'libllflirit Ttimilatm ami 8U.no lJJll ANNUM aerpinae don't s.n.1 stitnps In payment nf aub- serlpllon, etrept la mesa rhnr. and then of cl. nominations not f rr three rente. Somo Intid Couriei --Journal Hittorj, z: Charlio Kincaid is now city editor n position that of tho Courier-Journahas had been hold by n number of men during tho past Tear, run. it seems is a hard ono to hold. Mr. Wattcrion has his friends that must bo protected from unplcanant newspa per notoriety, nnd Mr. Haldeman lias his. Tho favorites of tho two a large per cont. oi the population of tho city henco the difficulty in putting any lifo into tho columns of tho paper, except when the boca are away. Somo amusing things often occur in tho newspaper offices in Louisville A iow months after Kmraelt Logan was cnstnllod as managing editor of ho mado a cuttho Courier-Journaallusion to tho movement in fating vor of the appointment of Johu Itus-seYoung to a Foreign mission, re- calling the old history of the theft of telegrams from ono nowspaper office for the benefit of another by Young, which was clearly proved, a number of years ago. It so happened that Mr. Watterson, who rarely ever knows what is to aprear in the Court save what be writes, until the edition is worked off, was a very iotiawto friend of Johu Russell Youpg, and at his request had written l'rcsidcut Garfield a letter, urging tho appointment of Youug to the coveted position. On acting this olleusive paragraph in his own paper, Mr. Wat terson VV very much euraged, and at once wrote nu editorial denouncing it, and explaining its appcaranco in the C.-- J. as an "ouMioot of tho irrepres-slbilitof tho irrepressible young man who is an cxterminnblo nuisanco in alradst every newspaper office." Logan becamo indignant at this and sent in his resignation, but Mr. Watterson explained to hira the embarrassing situation in which ho had been placed both with Young and Garfield, and echoed Mr. llaldeman's assurance that they could not do with out him, and ho cousented to stay. But a few days later John Throckmorton, a somewhat noted Louisville character, who many years ago was accused of the seduction of a woman afterward called Crazy Ellen (the heroine of Stanton's famous poem), died and the "irrcjireesible" Ligan wrote somo caustic remarks on his lifo ami career. Again it occurred that Wnt terson aud Throckmorton had been companions, and again tho great editor vented his ire against his subordinate through the columus of tho paper. This was too much for tho high string; Logati, and ho llirow up his position, declaring ho would hold it no longer under any consideration. Hut Messrs. Haldeman and Wattorson again cornered him in tho latter's private office and mado him such promises that he finally, after reflection, agreed not to withdraw from the paper, "provided a printed list of the d d thloves and seducers they want-o- d protected was furnished him fur Oiveusboro Mes future guidance." eeuger. Okacb IJkfoiu: IMkat. Tho Drummer;, A wicked traveling man went into a Southern hotel in a cheap town to get dinner. Hu looked over the spread and it. was not very appctiziug but, he proceeded to try it. '"Hold," said tho landlady, "don't you want to say something beforo eating?" "AVIiut do you mean, madam, " ho asked. ",W.hy,. I thought a man like you ought to say something?" "That's so; I forgot it. Hero goes:J3 n such a dinner." Tho laudlady was carried out and put under the pump to restore her. l, era-bral, ll y pious-lookin- Mary, tho commonest of all names, Is also ono of the sweetest given to wo man, and it is not strange that it prevails so universally. It signifies exalted. Maria and Mario, the lattor French, are only other forms of Mary and, of course, hnvo tho samo meaning. Martha signifies bitterness; An nie, Anna, Hannah and probably Nancy, are from tho samo source, and signify kind or gracious. Ellen was originally Helen Helena in Latin, and Holcnd in French; according to soma etymologists it has tho meaning of alluring, but others defino it as ono who pities. Jano, now generally familiarized into Jenny, signifies, like Anna, kind or gracious. For Sarah or Sally, there aro two definitions a princess and tho morning star. Susan signifies a lily anil is a fitting namo for a tall, slender girl, of delicato complcction nnd nativo grace. Alice and Adclino mean of noblo birth a Lucy signifies like light, princess. and was anciently given to girls born atday-break- . It may also bo considered ns meaning brightness of aspect, aud applied accordingly. Bertha Louisa in French means bright. Louise is the feminino of Louis, nud signifies ono who protects. Lois means desirable, good. Theodora, tho gift of God. Winifred, a lover of peace. Fanny or Francis means frank or free. Catharine or Katharine, puio or chaste. Sophie, from tho Greek, wisdom. Bridget means means Caroline and Charlotte, strength. Emma, tender, aflectionate, queeus. uiotherly. Margaret, a pearl or daisy. Julia, soft haired. Agnes meaus chaste. Amelia and Amy, beloved. Clara, clear or bright. Eleanor, all fruitful. Gertrude, all truth. Grace, favor. Laura, a laurel. Matilda, a noblo and brave maid. Phobo, light Homo nnd Farm. of life. A funny Occurrence. A gentleman in town who has been annoyed by a chicken thief, set a trap for him. The trap was so arranged that when tho thief would stick his hand into the coop he would get caught from behind and held. The gentleman set his trap a few nights ago and then sat up "to seo what tho uowa was going to be." He hadn't waited long beforo he heard the trap spring, nud going to tho coop ho fouud a darkey there. The gentleman gave tho victim the privilege of choosing between a whipping at tho hands of his captor, or being turned over to the police. The dark ey chose, the former, anil the gentle man, getting his buggy whip, gnvo him an awful whipping. But imag ine his surpriso when the darkey after ho was turned about and faid : "Thanky Mr. Blank, thauky.sur. I'm much obleegod for your kindness. Advocates of tho whipping p6H iu place of jails may find a lesson in Kiuuellvillo (Ivy.) Herald. this. well-know- Shk hai Only Twcstv-O.v- k. Tho story is told in Georgia that a matron of that State, who is tho moth er of 21 children, one day when a storm was coming up blew the born for them to come in and she counted thorn as they entered. Somehow she made tho number 22. This mystified her, and she declared that she could not remember having moro than 21. To satisfy herself she turned them all out in the storm and let tbem in ono at a time, a visitor keeping tally as she recounted them. Thero were but 21 aud tho auxious damn felt relieved. N. Y. Evening Post. -- It will cost 8250,000 to completo mouumeut; tho Washington Tho shaft is now carried up to a height of 3 10 feet abovo tho floor, and since the placing of 28,355 tons of stouo on tho structuro sineo 1880 it has settled iuohes. Thero is ono and enough materia! on band to carry the monument to a height of 300 feet. Lieut. Casoy, who has the work ia charge, thinks it can be completed by July 1, 1884, when persons desirous of committing suicide from a height of. over five hundred feet will have au opportunity. one-quart- "Please, marm," said an Koglewood mo over to borrow yourwosSfboiler." "My wash boiler!" exclaimed the lady; "why, your mother has my wash boiler uow, aud I whs just wondering why she didn't send it home." "Is that so? We thought that was Mrs. Jones' boiler all the time. Anyrun over it this way, a morning and busted tho bottom ull loose and ma said I would have to Bkirmish around and borrow another." boyfHMaent Iugcrsoll says plug hats and sus penders aro uceded'in the South beforo she will make much headway, as uo people who wear slouch hats and let their trousers hang slovenly ou their hips can ever become civilized. That's it I With tho danger of breaking his suspenders nud having bis 87 hat smashed, staring him in tho face, a man will be slow ubout going into a Ogl't. milk-wago- n Jacob Fue, Louisville, says: "I suffered greatly from loss of sleep until I tried Brown's Iron Bitters, the Buccess of which was more than I had planted all tho pretty all Contagions DIsrAnes. Persons waiting on thero and had tended and tha Sick should use II freely Scarlet r'crer nas nertr been known to Spread where the Fluid ra uwd Yellow t'erer has heen cured wlih it utter watched them. It was her delight of black Tntnlt had takrn place. The wont Druggists mid Booksellers, evenings when Georgo camo to present rales of Diphtheria yield to It RMAMi-I'OFerrrrtlandfllckl'rr. him with a littlo bunch of thoso sweet --on resettled arH ami Opera Honso Block, Stanford, Ky. llwl Roi-- prcTrnt- - riTTINO or Small ilowers which speak tho sentiments wl,h I'" A!1!" ?d lbr fluid l'liKviamn Dsrbys that tremblo in tho heart, hut aro onIlupuro Air made " AtnemUremyCiin. " harmleM and purified. ,w" ",Vfn ly half sounded in words. Sho had for Horn Throat It it a ?? f?,' '?"?"' Fluui. .ii" ture cure lovo in these of told tho slnry of her qeiinouf, was. not Critue'lnn jMm..,l For Fronted Feet, pitted, and waiIn about ferings of flowers. Ho had sworn Clilliilalna, IMIor, the houte again three wetk( and no others unaiing. etc. eternal devotion, and thoy were to bo had it - ) V. Pk. llheumatlam cured iniun, i niiaucipnia. Molt Whftn Complexmarried. TAII..OIC, ion necured by its use. Bhln Feser Drerented tho twilight hour, was hoThere, in To purify the Ilreatli, Diphtheria Cleanse tha Teeth, ly silence. A stillness which leaves It can't be surpassed. Wlihrt to Inform hit Ptlrootof Bttnlor.ltn.l tlflnlly Ihit h hit rfcHTe., Prevented. Catarrh rtliered and room for tho full soul to open all itself cured. KrtslneUa cured. without tho power of calling wholly A Splendid Stock of Goods, and i,u.ruTe?,i,unl,r . T"18 lrMM I back ila self control. Then Mina sat wry ii?.?..ES2!i I ' mecsfulfy Influidtreat Vj'ZftW Ihe Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s with George, half embraced, but half style. Satisfaction guarJVolindshealedrap.dly meot of UiphlherU anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. An Antidote fur AnimJ reclining from tho glowing nrm which Orctmboro, Ala or Vrcetabte Poisons, btlngs.etc Tetter dried up. trembled liko tho form it entwined. 1 used the Fluid dunne Cholera prerentcd ewrpresent affliction with Ulcera purified and "Ah, darling," whispered George, healed, Scarlet Jeter with de cided advantage "tho love I give vou is for eternity, It Is ; In rneif I)rilli It IndiipenuUe to the sick I should be used about tv nnd I can bo happy only in realizing the eorpie it will room. W. F Sao prcrent any unpleas roan, hyrle, Ala. Tift to you somo fondly chorished hope. Cruelle; tho Kind Wallace Food to His ant imeu JO The eminent PhyHeaders. You aro tho queen nf my heart, and sician, .1. ZHLA-IRIISriESTho first thing man takes in life is scanstFOYcrl NUM. M. MAUION New !., A.3ST3D S I can never know another idol." His York, sari "I am bis milk, and tho last is his bier. convinced Prof Darbys Curod. arm tightened around her sylph-likProphylactic Fluid it a Wonders never cease, yet a woman's valuable disinfectant." Having bought out S. II. Bnugluuan, wo will keep waist, and he draw her frcsb, rosy lips Tanderbllt Cnlrersltr. Nashville, Tenn. tongue is never considered a wonder. I testify to the moit eacellent qualities of Prof. on hnnd a nice lot of Horses and iiuggics, which we to his. Darbys It may seem paradoxical, but male deterrent Prophylactic fluid As a disinfectant and it Is both theoretically and practically In that instant a flash like the lightreasonable rates. Will also board Horses frequently dye old maids. superior to any preparation with which I am ning's gleam spread "over her beautiful by tho dny or week. We are also in N.T Luhot, Prof. Chemistry The most treacherous memory in Darbys Fluid Is Ilecommended by face and turning her great, lustrous Hon. Alsxandsk II. Srimims, ef Georgia. the world belongs to the young man Rer. Chas. F. Dams, D.D., Church of the eyes full upon him, sho said: Strangers, N. V.; with his first watch. He can't reios. tcCoiTTx, Columbia. Pref.,UnlTenIty,S.C. "No, Georgo, nol If lovo pure And will swap for all kinds of Feed. 'Hope to receive a A. ). IlAmt, Prof.. Mercer University: member tho timo o' day for five minRev. Csu. Ptiact, Bishop M E. Church. were in your heart, you and true liberal share of the patronage of the public in general, INDIKl'KNSAlir.F. TO KVEKY IIOMK. utes to save his lifo. Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or would not cat onions when you como eitemally fur Man or Ueatt. Tho Madisonvillo Times is authoriV, 8TALt?olv. Respectfully, A. The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we Sunday Argus. to kiss me!" have everything ty for tho statement that seventeen here abundant evidence that It has doneget claimed. For fuller Information of your Hugging Parties out West. married couples living in Morton's Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, Hugging parties for tho benefit of Gap, Hopkins J. ir. zniLi.v c., Man if.cturlnc Chemists, county, have separaPHILADELPHIA. churches ars the rago in somo of the ted. It is very evident that tho matcounties in this State. Tho prico rimonial harvesting machine down 1SS3, A GRAND 1533. O0HSINATI0N. ranks as follows, and is given to the there requires a binder attachment. ! church fund: Girls under fifteen, 25 Caiter foii ran Ciitmcu. At a Semi-Week- ly cents fur a hug of two minutes; from Interior Journal fifteen to twenty years of age, 50 cts.; recent festival in Milwaukee a man And the Louisville 75 cents; found a lonely oyster in his soup and from twenty to twenty-fiv- e, another man's wife, 81; widows, (ac- ostentatiously held it upon his spoon, Weekly Courier -- Journal cording to looks) from 10 cts. - to 82; thereby inducing others to invest in One year lor 83.110 two papers lor little roori than the price of one. old maids, 3 cents apiece, or two for a tho deceptive fluid. It has since been STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. II y us nickel, uo limit of time. Our devil discovered that the man was what your payingpaper you will receive for one year borne l, with the the is saving up his money to enable him sinful and worldly peoplo call a cap- representative newspaper of the South, and the It ctubraceH Staple nud Fancy Grocer leu, 1'alcut ami Family In the and was employed by tho church best, brightest and ablest lamllr Weekly Flour, Mcnl, Hacon aud Lard, Tobacco and Clgura, WoodUnited States. Those who desire to examine a to attend'tbo (intone given in this per, sau pie copy ol the can do so at en, Willow aud Tinware, Glass and QiiccnBuarc. Canned Tho young and tender dears people to pretend to discover oysters, this office. section. Goods of all Kinds HripcclHllj-- . Kcuicmber lliu place, "The beware of him for ho has been and thus entrap the unwary. Tbo should Thousands of graves are annually rubbed ofthelr Corner More." practicing the Rocky Mountain bear oyster is supposed to have been borvictims, lives prolonged, AlexSweet. happiness and health re-hutr. He is, however, very fond of rowed for the occasion. sioreuvyuteoimegreai old maids aud is guaranteed to bust A singular death has occurred at of corset strings at oue bug, Derby, England. A servant girl in GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! four pair or pay double price. He is cveu will- the employ of an alderman of the bor- Which positively oi permanently cures iinjio-frur- i. (caused by txemses ol any kind,) Semi- ing to have it "ten call twenty-five- ." aisea-emat ough, was found dead, suspended by sequence eitKiirMM ana anloss ofs energy,lonow a lids If of as ksaol Nebraska City News. back, tho neck from a roller towel behind memory, universal lassltuJc, pain In the many dluineaa of vhlon, premature old age, and IEALEKS I- Sho had been seen other disearti that lead to coniuioptlon and a said the kitchen door. A Hum Stohy. It baa been WeTsend for circulars with IXVlGOItATOIt that when a hen doesu't waut to set, in good health and spirits a short in sold atfree by mail. orThe tioxea lor S3, bv all f ir Lux. alx or will sent free by mall, "she wont and' tliatV tho last on it," time before, nud the supposition is druggists, receipt be price, ny aaarefstng securely 1 sealed, on F.J. Clli:.VEY. but' (hit is molt always tho i case, us that while wiping her face, her neck 113 Adstns street, Toledo, Ohio. 1 yr Dr. Itotwt Iinnsdell, of this city, hns was caught in the towel and sho was Sole igent for the United btatea. This, at least, was tho bin fowls so that they do pretty much suffocated. One of tbo moat noted housekeepers as he wishes them. Whenever ho findiugof tho jury. ia Talbottoa, Ga., has uot bought a wants a hou to set, and she objects, he Tho Indiana Farmer says ono ot it simply ' takes' n switch and switches subscribers kept a record of the time pound ot storo lard in 45 years. She Ho has ono old employed in cultivating 14 acres of also haa never failed to plant her Irish her iuto obedience. potato crop during the dark nights of hen that understands so well that corn last season iu the whenever ho appears iu tho yard she way, and finds bo gave about two days February in 15 years, and this year is runs and jumps on her nest; und two to the acre. Tho yield was 800 bush' the first year in 45 that she has failed others that set all day and lay eggs at els, over 57 bushels to the acre. He to put bog hair on her potatoes. She Salt, Iiixuo, Coniont, Fiold Sootls, Flows and Farming night. As a manager of this species estimates tho value of his crop at maintains that nothing helps Irish poImplements . Call and seo tlio genuine Hamilton Plow . of birds Mr. It. ,is .entitled to the eggs 8220, aud the labor expended on it at tatoes like a small bunch of hog bair Paris Chi-zo- 8120, and deducting expenses he has put on top of each seed potato placed aloug with the basket. ' in the ground. a profit of 814 per acre. firo which destroyA year after tho People who remember wheu the An advertisement iu the New York ed nearly tho wholo of Haverhill, the succulent tomato was a dispiscd pro Sun says: "An errand boy wanted; duct of the doil, will bo surprised to leadinc shoe men ot tho town had a only a live boy need apply." It is dinner nud congratulated themselvos learn that the cauners put during last wel to bo explicit in matters of this ENGXlVXa. on what a the timo of its occurrence autumn 2,180,123 cases of tomatoes, There is uotbing more heart- containing 62,322,052 cans, one ior had been regarded as a disaster. Hand- kind. less than to advertise for boys indissome and solid buildings havo replao every man, woman and child iu the criminately, and havo perhaps twenty SAVE AND DURABLE! ed tho wooden structures on the burncountry. Maryland cans more toma thirty dead ones apply for tho posied district, tho uow factories hold or tods than any other State. la fct, there U do l.otu that equa1! H for I 'rice, 8Itiif.tlc.tr. Durtblllty naj XlelUble Work. It I. . t tion, ouly tojio.disappointed. W JUtj hotter machinery, better goods aro Either Way will Suit Them. , produced, and tho owners are the best "Toll uiCj ye angello hosts, yo mes-- Tho earao people who bestow an ovaadvertised shoemakers iu tho country. seugero ot love, snail swinnieir prim- tion upon a man when he it acquitted PRINTING PRESSES CORN SMELLERS, .. ""i ers bore below have no redress above?' A "Scouciieh." The following The angels flapped their wings and upon the charge of murder would crowd to seo him haoged if he should comes from the West Liberty Scorch JGIevntorn, Wood NmvN, said. "To you a heap is given; delin- be found guilty. Tho public is a er; "Henderson Stacy, of this county, SakakakaHaHatW I enquents on printer's books cau never Baltimore Ddy. strange creature. while killing hogs a few weeks' ago, y ter heaven." .i "' struck one in tbo head with an ax; he Ssid the editor of the bore: "It PILES I PILES I PILES! theu scalded ft, removed tho hair, ir.1V lBa.uusai Mill.s, isn't that he doeVnt know enough to nLatafcafcafcafcafcafleBSaVlkJJBr jcuwed and washed it, preparatory to III. Oemlnu'o Aeir Olnrartvy for come iu when it rains; he doesn't "laiaiaBsBKsV hapsjngf itlun; when tho hog cnmo(tp l'llra Is a radical change from tbe old remeJIe PPValalaiaiaiaiaiaKlSr flEts IsUtllCN, &J. heretofore In me. Tbe Dlacorery U the result or know enough to stay out when it's CrcnmcricN, life; jumped up and run a considera- years of pttlent tcientlSc study snd InmtUitlon not rainitm." Into loe character of this painful disease. To ble distunes before it was caught." you ol In great merit, call on I'cnay d Me- . -- Preferring war iu Africa to war ut Call at Tho Iufcrler Journal OttU-- aud HevuHuof tUo tsctilrahle LAUiler.SlsDfurd.or W- - M. Wetcr, lit. Vernon, A youug lady had a narrow escape aud get i sample bos fre of rbsrge. home, 8rali Bernhardt'!) husbaud has EtsKlHett Iu epcratleu. Kemeusbvr every EhkIho at n fire mNetviorka few nights Who can estimate Ibeanionnt of humiu toSer- - joined the army and goue to-- Algeria. ban our Kuuraulev. ItcHd It t We say to all purchasers that we guaraoi.a our llogtvaller UDilur. to ha well auj tuttitsnlslly sinco About half ot her back hair lug caused by oay a ItJ touAf Aud who the Dum Tliounamla are being cured of Catarrh niaJfj tntisksf.. simple, durable auil complete In comlrucllen; to siork well sud (lie tbe full power and lost by neglecting We uake lu. .bote (utraulee. and sell on the Mlow. wbeo properly sttacbed an4 mangel was burned.' Fortunately' alia wus not ber ol lists undiruimeaExpectorant will cur Jusl with Hall' Catarrh Cure, that clsluisJ Urowo's a cougbl tla tverr IQa couuiuws. .is ui lit, mt puiciiMn (ui ui.t wi.,i .iici iu, aiii.iut iu ('in. iu aiT iu the buildiug at the time, haviug cougUfgltn a cUidcc. 1'ilee, Jfiy esuts J'or tlits doctor! had given up and raid could a lair and rallsfactorr trial. Incase lb tulnelslla Income on to our auaranlee. we wlliuta back the Engine, rclund erery dgllar mailed on tbe tnjloe, provided tbe purchaser rsiurns lb fctgloela bit put on her other hair und left the sale by I'enny i. MdlUter, btaofurd, and W. M. not be cured. 75 cent a bottle. ' bold by Hearts railroad station, aud teases It subject to our order bj lb close oliald 10 days' trial. WeUr, Mt Veruoj. Certainly no man could a t for a mora liberal oiler sad contraj t Vcnuj & McAliater, Stanford, Kj. hoiuo cnily half an hour beforo the LOOK AT OUR PRICES: There la so safety Iu alloaiug a cough, bowtrer Ore broke outItyrrIstotYn..He.r,alii, & Co., proprietor Hall's V. J. Chen Voter Enine and Boiler. slltbt. to continue No on can Ull tbe cough that .. . 30 CO fow.r tuglne and Uolf.r. lust prore dangeroui llrown'a Expectorant will Catarrh Cure, ofltr $100 reward for an SSI Ou Tower mlne and Duller -contracted. Ask cane, of Catarrh that can't ... stO 00 Ilonry Vootta, Ljutavje, says: eradicate any cough or cold eJvllorw Tower Wglue sud Holler. on cars at SprttniUtlJ. Oblo. cured with Delliered sal M this and tat no oher. "Browu's Ituu Bitters cured rao of your druggistMc.Ulster, Stanford, and W. for We- - Hall' Citanh Cure. Bold If iVniiy & Kor further Information aud deecrlplUa pamptilet, aJJrvwIbe manufacturer, L by 1'euuy A 03 tf McAIUter, Ktanford, Kjr. Iom of appito anl general debility." I Ur, Ml. Veiuou. JAMES IsKFJt'EL. A: CO., tSprliiifHeld, Okie. care; alio (lowers Mr. Watterson in his speech at Nashville, gave tho origin of the word tariff as follows : "Upon the sou thermos t coast ot Spain, not far from Gibraltar, thero is a little island connected with the mainland by a causeway, and upon this island stands an old town called Tariff. It onco belonged to the Moors, who mado it when they woro a power in the world, a port of entry to tho Mediterranean, sea. Thoy know nothing about custom houses and schedules, and cared less about homo industries and international exchanges. A few junks nnd sufficed to collect tho tribute they exacted from tho "pauper labor of Europe." Hence the origin of tho word "tariff." I do not find, howover, in any history that they levied bounties upon their own people They were rude and honest pirates, who did their pillaging in tho way, having enjoyed none of tho advantages of that modern economy which has discovered a gentler method of scuttling ships and cutting throats. Doubtless, howover, tho natives of Tarifa thought they were doing a good thing for their country in exacting tribute of the stranger. flint-locks PROPHYLACTIC A HousehoM Article for Universal FLUID. Family 1,'ec. WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, Eradicates Tpholil Fewer. For Hcartet And HALARIA. Diphtheria,, Rttll. ration. I'lrcratrd NoreThroat, Small Pox, Mrnalea, and M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S --- H. G. RUPLEY f ittlUlCIIART Fall Winter Stanford, Kentucky, lArarv ial i Feeft SITIAIBIIalEI! SHOP, -- e I I hair-dress- ers will let at THE COAL TRADE, T. JSUNNJEME H. C. BRIGHT St. Asaph BlocK, Stanford. GROCER, Courier-Journa- Courier-Journ- ROBBED A. OWSLEY & SON, -- la 1 1 191-- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Qneensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traees, ned "L OPBBA HCOTJSE BXiOCIC BOOKWALTER THE.i'OKTABJLK SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. Cotton Gins, Corn Feud Mills, i it Jr . er 1 lEajagawjsjsjsaswswsssssaesswsjesnw arEJTX&OTZlD, Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, ICY. March 2, 1883 EDITOR -- .. , Tun Lexington Observer In an article highly complimentary to Jurigo M. II. Owalejr, candidate for Governor, snjs: "When his narao wm first suggested for that important and position, ho was comparatively of tlio unknown to at least NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. people of the Btato. This very fact The Ohio rlrer ! thirty fcet at Cinstimulated enquiry, and caused the cinnati now. peoplo to ask each other why it is that The debt decrease for Kebmarr wu ho has been so persistently honored by but $7,500,000. public offices in his own district, and Tho Dtficltncr IHI1 Appropriation so uniformly sustained by all classes make total of $2,002,803. Heavy snows are reported In WisconTho answers to these of people. sin. Look out for a cold snap. questions have mado public tho truth There. I said to be. no hope now for that ho is honest in every conviction, Batten of Longfellow KatsSeMdg the whisky bond extension bill. Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. and fearless in fuitlittil to every trust, Maidenhood Itetllallon, .Mrgle Curry W. F. rrewitt, a Clark county farmer, I keep on handa at all limes at my several Wars Rooms a larg alock of Paul Itetere'e RMt Concert Recitation ... Fresh- tho discharge of every duty. Justice haa made an assignment. Liabilities. $18,. insn Class. 000. lieforo mercy, the public good beforo Wreck of ....Mrdl Collier There are C5 widows In the corporate My toil Ells Smith priv&to preferences, right beforo exlimits of the town of Augusta, Bracken Killed at the ... Scott Petty pediency, and duty beforo all else, Hanging otitis ....Ulllo Kern- countj. Lexinqton is somewhat excited per, t.ue r West, Lena Irving, Bsltlt have been tho maxims of his life, and The Adjutant General estimates the Lar, Ltitls Jrnnlngt. tho Web and woof of bis history. over the fact that the Catholic element coat of pending the militia to Grayson at Footsteps of L. Anderson have threatened death to O'Conncr, $25,000. Hiawatha's These arc the characteristics that have Jennie Johnson t'Mtj on Poetry Oould The LouisTille College of Medicine it no dares to lecturo given him such a hold upon tho res an . . .Fourth tirade 61 doctori npon a Endrmlon-Rtxltatand affection of his own people, there on "Why I became a priest and turned out pect Nettl. Kemper Ing humanity. Pware Reeltatlon......... llewls Yanttt and which are now making for hiro why I gavo it up." Tho managers of The Texas Legislature Wedneodar, de .. ..tells The OKI Clock on the dar by dav, as they become more public halls were also notified that feated the prohibition measure br an overMarksLury. Village Illscksinllh-ReelutFifth Orad widely known, friends by tho thou- unless they wanted thorn seriously whelming rote. Longfellow's Rhymes "Mooey,"",'Reir!lmtlon," The Arkansas Legislature has defeat only strangers damaged, they had best not rent them sands whero heretofore "Edith,".... Utile Girls, IUIny Day. AIM Yntl existed. Tho peoplo want such men to him. This occurring in a country cd the bill to regulate railroad freight rattf. Itef- Firs of Driftwood-Conc- ert .Junior CUm passea did it. for ovcry ofBco in tho State, and now which boasts of its freedom of speech bttt A Skeleton In Arruor Selection . . (lould Senator Beck and wife will make a six Flnnej'sTurnlp-IxDgfellois tho and general personal liberty, created Mr. First thnt tho question of fitness weeks' trip to Florida after the adjournIteillalloo .Ulllo Oraot. prominent ono with tho peoplo, tho great indignation among tho better ment of Congress. ,. good work should bo kept up until class of citizens, who have offered to Shawneelown, III, was near) entirety LaXCASTL'U AHTLRTIgl.it.XTX. CASET COUNTY. 'every demagogue, every professional arm themselves and bo ready to an swept away by the flood, but two houses H. O. KAUFFMAN, office seeker and every unfit office- swer tho can ot tno mayor in case were left standing. Middltburg. The Congress will ex ATTOItNEY JVI X.A.W, IIiirrIon, OarrliiKCH, NiirliiR iVhkoiik, Farm iVmkohm, Leg U'ngeHu, to the walks of pri- thoy are wanted tc seo that his or holder are retired George W. Penn left for Kansas, Mon pirebj constitutional limitation at 12 o' LANCASTER, KY. day, with his family. vate life, to tho benefit of tho State der offering protection to O'Conncr clock m. next Sunday. Matter CommiaalonerUarrard Circuit Court. Will whilo in the Married, on the 22d Inst., Mr. Matter-so- practlc In all the Courts of (lartard and aJlolalcf and the good of suffering humanity." during his lecture and The liability of the firm of W. T. and In ths Court of Appeals. . . tS ii MwaawatatJ lVaMainsm White and Maggie llowland. This counties city, is respected. Things have come Allen & Co., the insolrent Chicago grocers, The figures compiled by the New to a pretty pass when a sctot men pro are found to be was a very unexpected wedding, as no pre$350,000. York Bureau of Vital Statistics furSenator Tabor, of Nebraska, was mar- vious sparking was noticed between them. Citizens National Bank. pose to illegally abridgo tho rights of Iter, II. B. Mahoney, a young minisfacts about marnish some interesting any person in this alleged free coun- ried at Washington, yesterday, to Mrs. Taaiausr HnnatmsT. ter, formerly of South Carolina, but now a and especially the age of people a widow of Chisago. riage flrrica or tua Clatitxrr, try, and unless tho officers of tho Cath WAtiusoroM. Frn.n, irs). Wm. Smith, of Washington county, student In the Baptist Theological Strain who assume tho awful but interesting olic Church disclaim their entire disap was drowned in ary, at Louisville, haa accepted a call at juttafjactorv evldenca nrented to WllaaEia. lit Beech Fork a few days relation. Take as a basis 11,000 marbeen the Baptist Church here, and will preach tho undersigned, It has uaot madt tn appear that proval of such an outrageous course, ago while attempting to ford it. or tho insiiutent national Iho countvuneatitr. In and Of that number the brides riages. of Married twice a month, on the 2d and 4th Sun- town of lAoeaiter. In The Catholics at Lexington, Ky., day's. their causo will be greatly damaged Stat of Kentucky, has compiled with all tho proage wero 2,651, under twenty years of visions of tho Revised tttatulea of the United O'Connor, if Col. Rochester made another one of Blatea required, to I com piled with before an aaao- and the Church brought into odium threaten to kill the while bridegrooms under twenty were anaii beauinonteu to commence) tno busi he attempts tn lecture in that city. his impressive Railroad speeches at Liber- ciaiion tanking. and disgrace. neas of John Branham and another coal mi- ty, Monday, but it seems to hare rerj little only 204. The bridegrooms between Now. there ore. I. John J. Knoi.CbmDtrollcr of TnE new rule adopted by the House ner was killed by an explosion In the Bea- effect, as only a few donations of ties were Iho Currency, do berth? certify tblt lbs Cllltensyears of age twenty and twenty-fi- ve National Hank of LancuUr. in Hie town of Ianthe county of Stale c( Ken. brides 4.C62. cuts off all discussion, gives the major ver Creek coal mlnen in Pulaski, Wednes- obtained. Mr. R. aaid that it was the oaater.iaInaumonxeu to tlarrard todtno ouaincMoi Railroad Carls, Reapers, Mowers, Hay Rakes, brain Drills Uroadcaat Seeders, Xulkey Harra7a?Talkty numbered 3,923, the commence incay day. most complete "water-haulthat be bad banking aa provided In Section 3,1(3 of Iks lttlaed Plows, Walking and Riding Cultivators, Corn Prills, Corn Planters, Feed t utttra.Urn Sbellera, Faraa. the wo- ity the power to do as it will, and is to the ago of twenty-fi- ve Up The entire town of Vaughan, Miss., Statulea of ths United States, era' Rollers, and many jlher Hems down of with the exception of the Birmingham Ho- made. In tMtloonr whereof. Wltneaa mv band and man may ask, "Who will I have?" not only a tyranical breaking A difficulty occurred last week at Rich seal of office thle 3d day of February. JVIl.t J. HHUX, After that age she must say, "Who all barriers against high handed, tel and depot, was destroyed br fire the Hill, between John and George Strathum lS-2Crmptrolter of tho Currency. No. and a man named Mole, in which the latwill have me?" There were 3,332 crude, and hasty majority rule, but other night. Another attempt to secure the pardon ter was terribly used up. His arm was men married who wero between twenty-f- oflers no alternative to the minority ofSergeant Mason, who shot at Guiteau, broken, besides several ugly gashes cut in A For Sale! and proposes consideration of but one and thirty years old, and ive is being made, but it is not meeting with his head. The Strathums were promptly view. It decrees for the House the much women between the samo ages. faror. arrested and their trial set for yesterdsy at I will Mil or exchange my Farm In Texas for but does not The Medical Department of the Lou- Liberty, but we were unable to learn the landtln tlarrard, Mallton, Lincoln or Itoylocoun Tho bridegrooms between thirty and right to Ilea. This farm la situated In Tarrant county Taxaa, about Igor H miles South of tho city of result. thirtj-fiv- o years of age wero 1,635, even offer the alternative of concur- isville Unireraity sent out CS Fort Worth and about tamo North of Graduates Tuesday, making 119 In Louts- Maj. F. F. Rigney haa announced him the Cllr of Cleburne, In Johnson distance Conlalna in the Senate bill. The Cincincounty. and the brides 747. But 880 men rence 3XO self a csndidate for the Senate, to fill out rood Aerrm olIIOne land, all under tenet, with a nati News in speaking of it says a rille, this week. barn ODon atd rood water on ulaca. It la and 435 women were married who xne secretary oi otaie lias issued a the unexpired term caused by the death of (tmt-rat- e farming land and la pee I ill I y wsll and fortv more outrageous violation of minority warrant for the arrest of P. J. Sheridan at Hon. Robt. Blain. Mr. Rigney ia a clever located for raising cattle, being onl a hlib plateau vera between thirtv-fi- ve between two never ralllnsalreams or waler. It la proposed in the re- New York, suspected I am also prepared to furnish price and tttlmtte of all kinds of Kojloea, Saw Mills, Thrashing Ma. one mil Kaatof the surveyed routs of Ih Years of aee. Tho old bachelors who rights was never of complicity in the gentleman1, well fitted for the position, and about Worth lllo (Jraoda It. Fort R.. which will be chines. Hay Prcesr. Straw Stackers, Wind Mil s, llort Powers, and varlo-ja- . other kinds ol machinery. when majority tyr Phccnix Park murder. hecame Benedicts between fortv and construction days, his extensive acquaintance will make bim completed la a short Hue. and also about i milt now In WeatoltheO C. A A whole block of business houses a dangerous competitor in the field. There tion from Ft. WorthSanta Ft It. 1L This farmopera fortv-fi- vo vears of aeo numbered 440. anny wa3 "PFBed to have reached its It In to (lalveaton. Parties In want of any gooda In my ltn will section the climax. The fundamental idea that were destroyed by fire at Paris, Sunday are those here who say they intend to hare em great cotton and wheat raisingany on of North. and the women who when married ana very ueuraDisior wanting loose nothing by teeing tut before purchasing iaa night. Loss, $50,000, partially insured. Mr. R. or Judge M. J. Durham, of Boyle, to farm or rale eattla. Also bava on th rdice a is confessed to the samo age were 205. there are two sides to every question small Short Horn with The fire broke out in Henry Bourn's bar- to represent them in the next Senate of on Sobunch ofHorn Bull, 3 Hellersold this rail and years Short Spring; There were 276 men and 109 women deliberately rejected by those who call ber shop. alto fanning Implementa, that I will trad with Kentucky. IT)!, MeliKK IIU.MCAIV, th place. themselves representatives of the peomarried between the ages of forty-fivDr. John C. Miller, a wealthy physi Monday was County Court day at LibJao.lI, 1U) Lancatter. Ky and fifty, and 150 men and 59 wo- ple. Democrats were justified by any cian and a worthless character named erty. There was a very small crowd in means within reach, which were not Jack Walters, havo ben Indicted in Jessa town, very little business was done. A Sevmen between fifty and fifty-fienty men and 20 women were mar- violations of law and parhmentary mine county for poisoning Lewis Hemp- great deal of whisky on board and not George Bowman much drunkenness. usage, in endeavoring to teach them lulls horses. and unried who were over fifty-fi- ve The Judiciary Committee of the Penn- seemed to have imbibed mc:i freely than scua auuiiixt that there are two sides to this ques der sixty. The bridegrooms over GO sylvania House of Representatives report any one else, and wanted to fight a little 14 tion. (Kalamatoo Spring Tooth Harrow ) and under 65 numbered 45, and the ed favorably the bil! to remove the State year old boy, but hia father, Judge WinIt is said that tho 306 who voted capital to Philadelphia, under certain spec ston Bowman, interfered and called for the I alto handle drain and Swltot all kinds, alw brides 8. The bridegrooms over 65 Sheriff, and when I left town J. J. Tate Hay and Wool. and under 70 numbered 10, and the for Grant for a third term first, last ified conditions. Hon. D. N. Speer, Treasurer of Geor was arming him in the direction of the rUolln.Sulley Plow Covington Commonwealth. and all the time at the Chicago conbride 2 vention, aro taking preliminary action gia, has sold $100,000 United States Inndi jail. A Card. Since the inauguration of tho cus- at Washington looking to the organi- for Georgia, and placed the proceeds, exRichmond Junction, Ky., Feb, 28, 'S2. tom by Grant of having new furni- zation of a permanent political associ-tio- n ceeding $160,000 in a bank to reduce the debt of the State. Certain officious persons at the Junction, aitKEN A WILIsIAMN, ture placed in tfce Wbito House each Consisting si to bo composed of the 306, and The Tennessee House passed a bill whose names I forbear mentioning at presMantgeri Uuttontlll Depot; year, that establishment has cost the which is also to be the nucleus of a prohibiting the sale of obscene literature, ent, are whispering it about that my people a mint of money. In 1881, new political party of the stalwart the Police Gazette and Police News being young son, 1. 8 Hamilton, robbed the Ex- CalirbrnlM Apricot is $20,000 was appropriated for repairs school. We suppose it is their pur- so claued. The penally is not orer,$100-noGrccH.Gage IMhuuh, tVITUKItN, press Messenger at thii place of several less than $25. . and furniture and $7,500 for fuel and pose to try and shove Grant through money packages. I brand the statement Mantgtr Lancaster Depot; Htnr'TeiHRtocft, Mrs. Langtry, it is said, is so delight- aa false and malicious. As these parties In 1882, 830,000 for at the next conventiou. greenhouses. Ynrweutk Corn, ed with this country, that she will locate are pecuniarily worthless, it would be folly the first items and $7,500 for the latii. ii. KeiiMctt'M Peach ca, The Louisville Commercial makes permanently at New York when her season and a waste of money to sue them for .u- ter. For this year $40,000 for repairs Minnctyf Klchniotid Dpot expires. Perhaps she wanta to remain elander. I therefore request them either fj"nrn Planter t and furniture and $8,000 for fuel and tho following report: "A meeting of close to her Freddie. to hold tbelr tongues on this subject, or if Pine Apple), republicans in tho Eighth district was greenhouses and $33,000 is asked for The losses at Lawrenceburg, Ind., by they must talk, to talk like men, in a Mtrlue ItcaiiH, s e next year. The New York Sun says: held yesterday after Foster was con- the flood aggregate $433,325. Forty and in daylight. If tbey firmed as Minister to Spain, notwithOyatct-H-, atwero destroyed and swept away, and know any thing against my boy, or imagate. Directly and indirectly there is voted 175 mored from their foundations. Absut ine they do, I inrile them to make a clean standing Col. Bradley's friends were ISxecu-tivfor the President and for tho 2,000 people are homele's. breast of it. He will be ready to meet Mansion such a sum as will make, after tho post. The meeting unaniIn a district much less than a mile their charges and show, I Lope, a far betmously resolved, "Oh, h II," and with other advantages, the allowance square in New York City, there are 175 ter character than any of his assailants. Alio, a lot of new Mackerel, Sugars mado to tho President exceed one adjourned, A copy of the,rcsolutions Lager Beer Saloons and 70 rum shops aud Respectfully, Isaac Hamilton. and Coffeei in abundance, and in another district of the same aiza are 09 hundred thousand dollars a year. And was Bent to John D. White." jByJS JtflMBf Prices extremely Low, at the and 49 there is moro affectation of court life Tn cue can no good cotuo out of tho rum shopsBeckbam-Itobins-beer aaloons. The race for the about tho White House than has ever conference committee on tho Senate Legislature in Shelby, has not been deci DEPARTMENT. been known tbero. Thero is a poor tariff bill, with tho jury packed as fol ded as supposed. Both men "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," now clilm prospect for an economical Govern- lows against reform: High Protec- the victory and the County Committee IIOIIT. It. "WEST, Editor. sjaBjHasMwsfjiaj,t?t2;2jBH' LANCASTER, KY. ment with such a costly Executivo tionist Morrill, Sherman, Aldrich, will settle the question LANCASTER. Gilbert L. Crowell, a Wall-strefinan establishment at the head. Kelley, McKiuley and Haskell; PennThe doctors report a good deal of GEO. I). BUIIDETT & CO., in ornamentation, .is Randall; In- cier has been discovered to be a defaulter to pneumonia in this vicinity. is a crowing feeling all sylvania Protectionists There the extent of nearly $300,000. He had Proprletoia. unequalled. Mr. James Cochran, who Las been over the State that Adj.Gen. Nuck-ol- s cidental Protectionist Bayard. Rev- nothing to show for the money, which be ought to be ordered down and out. enue Reformers Beck and Carlisle. longed to an estate of which he was trus- quite sick with pneumonia for several Jt7IDESH,3D ! XSLXJSTGr OP days Is out again. tee. His mismanagement of tho recent of horeo thieves sent from A coui'LE The entire currency of the conntry is Mr. Jas. Hamilton, who baa been quite Grayson campaign cost tho Common Owenton, aro tho latest subjects of $1,488,838,554 The drposlts pf the Na. tick with pneumonia, we are glad to learn, wealth more than $3,000 extra of Blackburn's clemency. No wonder tional banks amount to $1,131,900,000. la rapidly Improving. what It would have cost had be havo the papers of the State complain of lacking only $353,038,354 of bring equal ult Hetty Stuart, NTAM'OItW, KY., Died, on the attended to bis business. The impress- the great amount of horse stealing g to the whole amount ot money of the the Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. -- Dtaltrlucountry, A. Ilurnslde, aged three months and nine ion prevails, and wo aio sorry for it as ou. Tho Governor seems to havo Merrick called Ingersoll a "puppy" days. we had a high opinion of him, that as as much weakness for horse thieves as during the examination of Iterdell at The trial of Jack Faulkner, John r fraud, Gen. Nuckols takes both tho ho has for horse-flesWsiblnglon and Ingersoll called Merrick Harris and Henry Ilurnslde, for stealing " asAtAwtawr" 'nsttmtjjij cake andtho bakery. of Walton & the bel- tobacco dssNktisnk in. v'T'. MajBaaTaTaTaTaTaTaTJnaJ! Youu uncle David Davis, pro (em "a dirty dpg." The Court called explana- Sweeney, from the warehouse being held QUEBN8WARB, resulted In Faulkner A mumiiek of years ago Maine President ot the Senate, gives notice ligerents to order, when mutual over and the others discharged. Faulkner abolished the death penalty, but mur- that ho will resign at noou Saturday, tions followed. thllltd Mtlal will Four out of fire precincts of Jessamine on the examining trial rehired to give evi- Harness and Saddlery, In Fariuera and I'lowuieo, lltUn Oliver Draft Plow, hatluj but corrodr Ih hiatiitt lust .III rtuort since sloping landsldt, which dost away with ders havo so greatly increased a law minute.. TboOllrerliat'nter to givo the body a chance to elect a county bare roted against wb!ky. In the dence that would Implicate the other deth preaaur. found lu straight laudM Plows. Ths Ollter bat bundrrda of lullatoit, no uisnuftclu-- r then that a return to tho old law had successor to take Arthur's place should fifth no license will ba granted by the pre, fendants, will liullal.an lufoilir Plow. Tli.Ollr.r liasarscord unparalleled lu lb history of Plows. Your to be made. Tho House has passed a a Guiteau shoot him down. It is un- ent board of trustees, who will probably be McClelland Johnston, who ia attend ntlghbort will tell you lo UUY THKOLIVKH, aud tak nu ethtr. bill to that effect aud the Senate will derstood that Senator Anthony, of in April. Then the last bar Ing Kentucky University at Lciingion, spent a few days at home the first of the Rhode Island will be chosen. room will be closed. also follow suit. le-eKwi-IiTriirsTlbook-keeplion-orab- lo ono-thir- d Wk leara from tho Frankfort I'w man that "thcro was received and paid into the Treasury during tho month of February, just closed, on account of rovenuo 1882, $.153,051.23. This Is $17,105.52 moro than has been collected in tho samo time and from tho same sourco within ten years past. Very much of this success is no doubt attributed to a very fair and just rulo established by Auditor Hewitt, the purport of which was embraced In a circular letter addressed to the sheriffs under dato of Jauuary 10th, '83, and was, in substance, that in paying the school drafts ho should, in issuing his warrants on tho Treasury, give precedence to counties which had paid tho largest proportion of tho rovenuo due from them into tho Treasury. As tho money in tho Treasury, to credit of School Fund, was not sufficient to meet all tho demands from that sourco it became absolutely necessary that somo such rulo of action should bo laid down, and with but ono or two exceptions the perfect fairness of tho course has Ikjch acknowledged on tho part of our School Commissioners." issue of Wednesday, Dr. John D. Woods In an editorial full of reeling and eloquence takes a final leave of tho readers of tho Glasgow Timet and tho paper passes Into the hands of Messrs. J. M. Itichardson and W. Basil Smith. Tho Dr. is ono Its In the brightest writers on tho Kentucky press, and personally ono of tho most wholo souled men we over knew, and while wo rcgrot to see him lcavo the Time, wo aro glad to know that ho is not lost to the fraternity, but will appear on deck shortly in a new quarter. of t, long-suffe- r Owingifllle (Ma4 hs! "We now assert, and tin prore, that the tentl mtnta of the parly In the ornintr, (Morgan), so f as the rare for Governor is concerned, were mil fairly expressed at the so called meeting." -- Ofticer Perslfrr Smith, of Frankfort, Ky, caught an escaped negro conrlct, Frank Williams, at 0 A. M. Tuesday, who had escaped at 1 A. M , and returned Mm to the State, for which he received the reward at 1 r. m , which was a qaick eltlcment. After seven months' Investigation the has completed a statecity ment showing the loss to the city of Louisville by the defalcation of Ferguson, the late tax lecelrer, la be $147,200. Little If any of this amount can be recovered. Ferguson is still In Jatl. Ha will probably enter a plea of guilty. The news of the death of Ihe widow of the late Gor. Jewell, of Connecticut, is received, A few weeks ago Mr. and Mrs. Jewell were in Washington, enjoying the gaycties of the city, both in good health. It is raid Mrs. Jewell's death was from heart disease. It seems to he a aim pie explanation that she was heart broken by the death of her husband. From the Richmond Htrtdd; On last Sunday from the prison on Iloundstone, ten convicts escaped by raising a plank and digging out under the floor. Here Is a chance for some enterprising youth to make $500 by recapture. Post MMr John Taylor, a model of courtesy and atlenlivene), lias held the office at this plsce during six administrations. Died Ilichard T. Benton, aged 73. Senator Williams mad a strong speech in the Senate against the proposition to increase the pension of and soldiers nnd those equivalent! in jured by service. The "equivalency" was the sticking point with Senator Williams, and it was h good point to stick n decidtd objection mi. The adoption of such an amendment would take $100,000,000 out of the Treasury, but the Senate passed it. . one-legg- --The left Tuesday morning on a business trip to Lexington and Frankfort. Col. W. O. Bradley U In Frankfort on legal business. Mrs. Halite Wooldrldge, of Harrodsburg, Is visiting PHARMACISTS her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Held. new Cltttens National Bank be. The tiiALaaa la- gan business Monday, and has bad a most Books, encouraging beginning. As retried In our special (o the JoORMA!.. $32,017.81 were Fhf sjrlsnY I'lrxilrtlxtn accurately rompoundtd. deposited Monday, and since that time the Aim deposits have reached $50,000, and aa to sHsaaaaasa. " " Vf vS "a m i .i other business It It doing equally as welt A premium was offered on the slock Mondsy morning, but there was none to be Lnrgrtt .Stock of Wntchr, hsd. dorks, Jrnclry A Mlrrmaro Loxarr.i.txw Dav. The annlrerssry of Longfellow' birthday was appropriate Ft. r Lioiiahl lothlatnirktt Prices Lower thin Iheliiwe.l Wsiches, Clnrks and Jewelry lie. ir cetenraieti on me --'lli ny the ltosillml psiird on short rxillirsrid Warranted. and Rosebud Societies at the Female Institute under the supervision of Mrs, Yan-li- s and Miss Kdllh McKay. Both societies reflected much credit on themselves and Instructors br the msnner in which they performed their parts, considering that only on week had been spent in preparation, and during that time no lessons were excused, Wa sire below a programme of the services of which the rf cita In order to gel control of the lot and most pepuhr lino ot Airleultural Implements and Tlessur lo mil tions and selections were taken from the Vehicles, and sIm In order freight, Is me lo ptir haw In But h iiianllllea as to nl.ialn lh laritat disI hate ealal.ll.hed l.ranrh War Koooie and Afante at lluiloatllla counts and loweat tales f.f writings of Longfellow. s srrsuciimni, Lancnaler and lllrlintond, and under feci aur w can oner the Fanners week. W. ft. Masoll Drugs, Statioaery and Fancy Artlole. ATTENTION, 111 FARMERS! Httrwrut-Recltat- lon Ysuth-Reclta- tion Cran.-ttecltil- lon. Angels-Recitat- ion Woolog-Sslectl- on. Firelight-Recitat- ion loa .! lloa lon ........ w's Forty-seTent- h ii i " ,. !. 2,-1- TesasFarm non-conc- ur, saw-bon- e e IIJ-2c- u ve. ST One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, GEORGE D. WEAREItf, x,.lLS, Stanford. r w:auk., dwel-ling- Court-hous- o your special tention to the I desire to call on Garrard County Vy which for utility, durability, periection m operation, taste W. T. GREEN THE! THE go-lu- Grocorios, Hardware, PLOWS tf WAGONS. W. H. HIGGIWS. Titegenulne Hamilton filrel Plow at A. Owsley A fion STAN-POED- , ICY. The Wlmil Oil men are here making melody ami felling their "wonderful cure-al- l " Tiik spring time Ins The few and beautiful. at, Friday Morning, LOCAL -- March 2, 1883 IAN. TIME CARD. come, gentle Annie, last day of winter were bright Northbound Psasingsr passes Stanford Southbound LOCAL itMti. 1 00 r. x, nonces. A McAllsler. Nw stock of Jewel re and Hllmtmre at Penny MrAlliter's. IjANnnmi Garden Heel, In bulk mil In pap rs, at IVnnj h McAllslerV Clock ami Jewelry repairs! Watch ml wrrnteil by Penny A McAIIster. Iuiuik stock of Window Gla, all she. Double thick rIis fur flower pits, Penny A McAlislrr. Ilor Paint of Penny acres, In gram, tying on Lan caster pike, S mile from town, for sale or rent and horse and buggy for Kale. II. O, Alford, Farm of 80 t, HrvrrtAi. hundred dollars additional were for the 0. 0. II. A N. It. It. at Liberty, Monday. Casey had done her duly pretty well before. stibcrlb. IlRIMl u your feathers, hide, tallow, wool, Ac Wn buy ail kind of country A drunken tramp painter named Warren got on a big tear Wednesday night and Imagining It was hi night to hiwl, made It hideout around town till Marshal NewlanJ look him in hand. He made considerable realsUnce hot a conple of stout men came to the officer' assistance and soon had him In all. He wi fined fH and cost yeiterday morning, and having no money, a hall waa locked lo hi leg and he wa ordered to work hut he refused and nv a punidiment will he fed on bread and water and given no credit on hi lino till he doe. The next Legislature ought to make It a law author izing the Jailer to dose a person whs refused to work, with 39 lashe on hi naked hrk stub-liornlwell-lai- Tom Jasper, merchant at Mt, Salem, will also connect with thl place or McKlnney, coming, In either case, within speaking distance of Stanford and obtaining communication with a telegraph station. Private letters from Luclen Alcorn, dated from Pitman, confirm the report of mall-po- x at that point and also at Wll liamiburg. In consequence of the kick' of the agent at Pitman, the "Judge lo attend to that ofllce in addition lo London charge. He write cheerfully haa not time lo become alarmed, I must omit the usual list of ''personal"" for want of lime. Saturday promise lo be full of business here. Dsuhtles there will be a large collection of citlien present, as several Important question will be mooted. Of course politic will be ventilated. This matter, however, haa not yet come fairly up. Tom Hill, Jr, Is here becoming acquainted with the topography of the Occi still assure Horace KaulTman dent. Withers that "the great embodiment of the old whig parlv" will go for him solid should he become a candidate for tbe Senate. Modeit merit demand that I should siy a word In behalf of our cltUens whose claim have been too long Ignored. I allude to Cieiar Minor, the barber at the Powell House. I can not trust my enthu siastic admiration with the task of a portraiture; but let no one loie an opportunity to make his acquaintance. HI classic name give but a faint suggestion of hta more than Itoman virtue. Brave a the ancient Julius, eloquent m Cicero, handsome as Mark Anthony and virtuous a Hcrace-we- ll I dare go no further. nra haa hi and MARRIAGES. PERSONAL. Mm. Maiiv IIottmam baa gone to Mercer county. John W. Ilrttuiir liai Ron to Howling Oreen to buy mult. Mavtciuom I'ryto.v, Ewj ,wm attend. Injc tlia Court In Washington county. Mr. Andrew Kvax, of Danville, has begun tlia study of law with Hill A Alcorn. Mb. Oeo. II. MunilAV l her with Howorth'sIIIbernlcs, reprcsentlnz Mr. H. The Cleburne (Texas) 7eeramaya that it Minli. W, S. Myera wai robbed of hi gold watch Mtmrt I'attik Ahnold and Florence and a pistol by one A. L, Newson, who Lacker, of (larranl, are tilling Mis claimed to he from Kentucky. The property wti recovered and the thief now in BlIKIiIlK J. N. Menelee la back from Ml l.e delirerrJ It Im horse thief Illinois, where A DARK brown, nearly black horse, 16 Mfelrln (til. Mrs Jack Auamh.Sk., and Mr. A hind high was stolen from John I). Car erler, Wcdncrday nlghl. The fellow had Mm. Jack Adams, Jr.of.Ml. Virnon, no doubt read about Blackburn' clemency were in town yesterday. hi class of cattle and knew he waa Mini Lii.uk IIaiihih, of Lebanon, wai to running no risk of the nltentiary. on a viril to her relative, MIm llertic rihrcre, at llio College, thin week. Tilt: small pox ha scared up the City TUB Leainrjton Tranrripl fiirnlslu Council and it haa ordered lhat all prisons the Interrstinj; Information that Col. A. M. who have not been vaccinated tithin the r. Swop ha shaved off hi lot tiveyear shall he at once, oruflrn Th Georgetown Timtt ray Judge fine. Persons unable to pay for the opera-lio- n Owsley mad a err favorable Impression will be vaccinated at the expensed there during hi recent visit. He'll always the city. 1 whl-kt- produce and pay the hlgheit market prico On the 27th, at the homo of Mr, Iaac In cah or trade. It. C Ilright. Baugh, Mr John Wesley Terr and Mis m Jan Martin were made one flesh. The simll-po- i at Williamsburg has g Wednesday, Mr. John II Walls, frightened a great many of the hand away man for a Chattanooga lumber firm of a doien or more can be seen and squad and Mlsa M K Caih, a preltr young latramping down the railroad at moat any dy of thia counlr, came to lown and after time of the day. obtaining licenso were spliced in Judge TitE8Unfnrd A Hulonfllle Telephone Brown' mod approved manner. It is un hit already begun to pay expense, and derstood lhat objection were made to the the hmlneM will grow. Message received match by the lady's relative but she wai all hour In the day, and at night if neces- of age and spoke for herself. sary. Prompt delivery I guaranteed. an trav-elin- III operative would cause dli almost, lo lis business, has been care guard against any Introduction of scourge. Mr. C Crooke Is President Altamont Coal Co., and Cspt-- W. A. Pagh I the Treasurer. Mr. Crooke is al so agent of the Laurel Coal Association, and Mr. Walton Woolsey i hi er. Cspt. Pngh I stationed here and Mr Woolsey i stationed at Pitman. The only reliable new that I can obtain concerning at the reported prevalence of small-po- x Pitman l what I glean from the corres pondence which hi parsed between Cspt, Pngh and Mr. Woolsey. Considering the present slate of feeling in regard to the reports, I deem it pioper that this correspondence should be mado public. Cipf Pugh readily consented to the publication. For obvious reason, I could not see Mr. Woolsey to ssk his permission. The leise among KIT ADTKRTUKJim.. rR0rrjMIO!UL si- tsA-AVnp aster, ful to of the of the CIO TO r. tt. Viaa-OK- . J. T. Harris' Restaurant -- rond, BTANFMin. KY. Orncs In Owsley A Bon's new bolldlng-M. ATTtHtNBYH AT PE5TTON, T. W. A wattaci a. vaawon. W.B VAIiNON, , stairs. bjok-keep- Ojstcrs, Ice Crcnm, Light-DreaCake of all kind or n Square Meal. IlaTlni been eonflnt.1 lo mr room for lit wmVs, I am behind with mr rosl accounts. All persoea DANVILLE, KY., who owm for roil will pints sitl Immctltts. In Will Court I muit hars In money. Tha Lanrtl County count practiceIn thlConrt ofof Doyle and adjoining lei snd Apprali, ths Col Asnclitlon,throuh their Affnl, C Crooks, hai noil flfl their scents or dealer thtt no orders LBB T. HUFFMAN, will b mint unlna their monthlf accounts are NOTICE ! Will riratlc In fh. r.nfff. ftf l.lfintn .n.1 bl. Joining counties and th superior Court and Conrt ol Appeals. Special attention glten to collections. Offlceon Lancaater str-- et HJ A.TX'OHrVJ.JY Al' X.A.W, UTANFonn, KV. ATTOIINI3V A.T TAAV, ALEX. ANDERSON, it. forth first of neb month, I thsnk mj friends tor their fatronaie, but I tan not huj roal without money, T. T. II2--A. I KHH, Msr, I, HJ. Gld, Cosllseaihon dtllverf or pualtlvtlf must H TJ "e th Booth aids Main Street, two doon ibot Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxldi Oaa administered when re- It i J2 O N I HTANFOKD, KY. J3 MTIH 'X. quired. Is as follows: NOTICE! Llnoln Circuit Court. A ItrldgewsUr snd mima Brldgewatcr, hi wll. On pttltlon. Je- Mr. "East BrnrmAirr, Fed. 2.th Waltos Woomey Dear Sir. -- Owing to Stanford Female College. STAXFOKI), With KV. RELIOIOUS. New York City hi $400,000,000 in churches. Itev. IJ. F. Briitow, of the Methodiit Church, ii holding a revival at Millers- burg, which ha resulted so fir In 60 conversion. Iter. J, M. Bruce and John It Jamea will exchange pulpit on the 2 J Sunday, Mr. Bruce preaching at Lancaster and Mr. Janus here. Dr. (luerrant' revival at Paducah. closed witli 10 conversion. The Preabv lerian membership wa Increased thirty- three and the Methodist five by the meet ing. I have the handsomest line of auitingr Mrh W. 11. Maao, of Uncssler, and pantaloon palern ever brought to this spent coapl of day with the Mi market, beyond any doubt, and I am con iliclisrds, while her hatband went to atanlly getting In new additions. I have Frankfort. good of all color and shade. Those de Mr. J.T.OhoiiorD.oi D. It. Baldirin clothina: should come now and gel win A Co, Loularille, lain town. He ltupley. the pick II married a Mia HusmII, of the Huston? ille neighborhood. A neoru mm u discovered lying lick Burnt HarRimm and W. 8 on the elite ot tbe railrou, a mile irom Knotl, of Lebanon, Col. 8. M. llardett, C. town yesterday, and the supposition was Judge Brown, Crooke, Ksq , ami Judge O. W. McClure, that he had the soiill-pox- . of Ml. Vernon, pawd through to Lancas- on learning of it, tent the Jail phyaician, ter, yeterdy, to take deposition In the Dr. Itetd, to the spot, with instruction to ciseof Grundy t the Tine Hill Coal Co. have him removed to soma house if it Mr. J M. FrXANU ha gone to attend proved the smill-pox- . Fortunately it waa the formal School at Valparaiso, I ml. not, but a case of fever, and he wai given Hi object Is, afler a course there, to study money to go home. medicine, and being a young man of fine Tun old and reliable German Insurance sense and haTing a penchant for that pro Company of Freenort, HI., to the front a feilon, we eiect to hear of Mi rapid pro. uaual. We the undersigned "representing do that i a Mrtt. llie Puutlieru Biplist Theological Seminary repoit the largest attendance thia of any theologicil school in the Unhid State and the beit in the world except the Miidonary Theological College at Calcutta, India. Itev. J. L Birne preached at the Presbyterian church in this city, last Thursday night lo a luge audience. He ha recently' been called to the pastorate of the church at Owingavllle and will reside there. He i a brother of Itev. George O. Mt. Sterling Sentinel. Barnes. Iter. L. II. Blanton, Curator of Central University, who ii canvassing the Stale to rai-- e $15,000 for a new dormitory, secured $2,000 at Mt. Sterling. The ladle of the Southern Presbyterian Church of Kentucky propose to build a memorial hall In connection with this University, to be dedicated next fall at the celebration of the centennial of tbe establishment of Preabyteriinism In theSinle. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. KreM. The proprietor of the Lincoln Mills county that we are here acd doing businera in a legitimate manner, representing a safe and solvent oompany, baring our Hlale paper from L. C Xnrman, Iniurance Commissioner, and Fujetle Hewett, State Auditor. We make a specialty of farm and detached propertr, making ralei and term Pre. to suit the fanner, something the Home LOCAL MATTERS. Agent has never done with what he form Cloviii and Timothy aeetl t A. Owsley Am tolmt Campanit: We let the farmer A Son'. . J HI draw hit own inference. O. W. Garrison March come in like a lamb. Hope ahe and W. 8. Wood, Agents. will not g6 out like a lion. There wm a harmle shooting scrape at 1'lenty of fruit and a fresh lot of can Itichmond Junction yesterday afternoon, die, juit received at II. C. Bright'. the cause of which we learn ia about a foKon Salic Three handsome residence. llow: It appear that Tommy Hall had reWill ell very cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, peated the story that Bos Hamilton had stolen the miming money package from V. Craig. '82. Ooluiesnil'a mail car and that Waveriy The Iwtiiiiok Journal is 11 year old Hamilton, an older brother, went to Ball today. The present management ha and told him that if he did not take it owned it eight year. btck he would kill him, at the name time J. W. HaVok.w ha received a nice new presenting a knife. Hill' wife heard the lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you better row and seising a pistol ran out and gave it to her husband, who commented analiule go and get a bargain nf him T kind of shooting, falling hick to his houie in the county I the while. Of courio Hamilton The oldest not on the farm of Mr. John Mi Hail. It i struck, but it it mid that two shots passthat of Isaac liOgau and beira the date ol ed through the dreasofrt yomigladyiu 1781. n the vicinity. The matter will he investiOur Ml. Veruon subscriber failed toget gated Hamilton nay Bill drew this paper Tuwiday. The agent who car- the. pilpl from it concealment. ried tbem by ought to be Licked to death Dkaii N ia no Found, Yeterdiy, an by III older brother, the an. -theirbildren of Mr, Qeorge A'hlock were Bov the Universal Plow fioui W.' II. tithing near the Dix Kivtr Bridge, they Higgini; double and single) shovel, one were attruoted by a fearful aoiell' and on horfo steel or cast turmmg plow and lur- - locking around they iliscoved a larger lag row combined. Nothing tqiul toil. full of eomething at the bottom (if the Wicare the only house in lown lhat car- river. Thinking that it might contain the meat that had been stolen rery a full line of California canned good. aouie of assistCanned goods of all kinds handled on cently from their father they sought io getting the bag out lowest possible margin, by case or doten. ance and succeeded upon land. They cut it open and horrorsl II. Ci Bright. denegro The carcaa of a 250-l- b. It ha been discovered tint a profitable composed waa prexenled to theidastonlsh-e- d route, fur tb C. 0. It. A N. It. It. can be view, Th top of the skull wu aawed made Irom the K. C, via Harrodaburtr, oil', hi body cut open and other evidence Lebanon, Ac., and the ipjeatlon of iubcrlp-tlonl- given that the doctor had used him for being agitated iu the latter city, the benefit of science, tt wui a mean Maj. Ukinky, a aterliog democrat aud trick in them, however, to put him in a for a number of an experienced legislator, announced him- river that furntihe water about aa easy lo burr self a cindldate for Btate Senator at Liber- luwni, when It waa ty, Monday, subject to the action of the him. Br the way, ha any body missed a democracy. The Major will be a hard negro of lhat site lately ? m tomb-aton- late of Ilryanttville, Ky., haa recently bought the Interest in the Ihllard, Williamson AC)., drugstore, thl city, formerly owned by Prof. 8t. Clair and I)r Ilennetl. Mr. Ilrymfla a young man of fine business qualities, full of ener gy and will make a valuable addition to the buslo men of the city.-- fLexintlon k C. DnVANT, Mr J. aome want to buy wheat and corn. Fin Iiuuranet Company in Hit " In New Mexico 30,000 head of aheep to itate to the families ol Lincoln e ,m m y ..., - - ,rtly firmer. "' Thia fine weather haa put the farmer to work and they are turning over the toil at a lively rate. David Tanner, of Fayette, old to Jno. Hutzell, thirty head of fat cattle averaging 1,(30 poiuidj, at $5.60 per cwt. The Emmi Fisher Tarm, near Lexing-tpn- , splj fy, a,hii!h ,pricev the ICO; acrrt selling for $24,783 or $148.65 per acre. Mr, Inakip wa the purchaser. I) C. Terhune haa handled within the last lour and a half month 332 mule coating $:u,5o5o0. Mr. Terhune ha taken the lead aa mule buyer." Harrodiburg Fulerpriee. At a sale iu Fayette stcck sold as follows Yearling, cattle 6 cents; 5"Mnt; hog i'cenf;'cow,,$45 to $63; corn $2 bo per Ut ;' 2 mi'ilei $1CG and $171; sheep $8.50. Tom ltobinnon bought of Fount Mycu 1 mare wule for $175of Farria &Stodghill a hnrao mule for $11250 rfnd Isold to Fount pair ol yearling. mule for $210; Mrer the same he gave Mra, Menefeo for them. Ueokuetowx Court. About 1,000 hed of cattle on aaleof better quality than usual. The demand wa good and all offering went off readily. The beet feeder brought $505 50 r cwt ; yearling $33 37 tier head: mule $100(3) 160: hone $60 were loit during the past winter. . -- Col. W. O. Welch bought of Geo. D. Wearen a fine Aldernry cow for $100. I have 175 ewes, now lambing, which I wish to sell J. II. Miller, Stanford. Kihty or ninety nice catle for sale. W. O. Wallace, Stanford ' For Salb, Cheat. A Good" Jack. Apply to It. II. Crow, Stanford. -C- ha-rle ItailiO", of Caldwell county, told a hog for $43 CO. It weighed 725 lbs. Cattle in New York were quoted at 6J to 7 yesterday and the market a trifle ,,, tbe numerous reports of the prevslerci of mall-poIn the vicinity of Pitman, we have endeavored to quarantine our place against it, and before resorting to extreme measures, would thank you to give in some reliable information as to the extent of its Very truly, prevalence about Pitman. Ai.tamont Coal Co., per Pngh." woolsey'ss reply: "Pitman, Fer 20th. Catt. W. A. a I know the rePuoit DcnrSir:-8o- ht One "darkey" ports are all "poppy-cock.-- " is reported as having the s mall-no- , but there is nothing authentic or reliable even about that. I imaglno it Is a "great err and little wool," a the Paddy said when he barbered the pig. There I an old adage that one mutt go away from home lo COUNT?. BOTLE hear the news which em to apply very Dan r ille. happily in this case. If you fellows down Mr.E. P. Faulconer lost a child Tue at Altamont have hecomo so sinful that any day night from membranous croup. thing In the memento mori line CAiices you to David P. Rowland ha been a pa since establish quarantine and other Thurdy. S. V. IlowUnd, Jr., ia the refreshments, it is time for you to drop on young gentleman name. your knee and err, "RcciiW and oover Mr. Joshua Bell IUndeyl, of Colum- yourselves with sackcloth an! ahei. Djn't bus, O , ia stopping at the Central Hotel, quite make fool ol yourselves an I oblldge where he will remain several weeks. Danovertake you, Your 'till tbe ville is Mr. Itandevts' native place. Woolsey." Louis Cobn, the Main Street Clothier, cait. ruait'a 2d letter: in addition to his laige stock of ready "East Bersstadt, Feb 2Ctb. Mr W. Yours thl date Dear Sir: made clothing and gentlemen's furnishing Woolsey goods, takes orders for suits which he ha to hand and content noted. Wo thane s style by the beat tal you for the testimony onttineU in your made up in lors In Cincinnati. An iLipection of his letter. We asked ynu for no advice conseprice and sample will'convince you lhat quently we owe you nothing for what you It is to your interest to give him an order voluntary gave us. Your truly, Altamont Coal Co , per Pugh." Call and see him when you come to 2d letter: mr. wooi-sey'"Pitman, Feu. 27th, 9 A. M. Capt In tbe Circuit Court room on Wedneshere sure and day, on a "blank leaf of a copy of the acts of Puoit. Dear Sir. Small-pono knowing how many hare been exposed 1850, your correspondent foond tbe followowing to the Indifference which has ing, evidently the work of some eartastic lo it, prevailed. We sent the doctor over to see and disappointed litigant with a poetical the colored patient this morning and he said that if It waa a case tf small pox he turn of mind: would not return. Inasmuch aa the doctor August, 1859. Danville did not rrturn, there is no question that we Coral hers je poor atitl friendless, have that dreadful disea-- e in the midst of ForJuitlM blinded standi, us. As there have been no efiective sanila With patience thtt Is endleii, rr measure taken to prevent ita spreading, To (rant jour Just demands. there is now no telling who will have it cr Ths rich and great an powerless, where it will end. Needless alarm is, of For favors they do ow her less course, useless; hut it is well to know and Thin she who's poor and dowerlen appreciate the danger an J prep are to meet Or he who owm no linds. Woolbey." following are some of the casee it. Yours trulr, Walton The 3d cait peon's Fed letter Mr W. disposed of in the Circuit Court since the 23th "East Bernstadt, last report: Itev. II. M. Linney vs. Jas. A. Woolsey. Dear Sir Yours just received. Slaughter for alleged services as real estate The disappearance of the doctor ia doubt-Ir"poppy-cock.And the cry ff broker, out on demurrer; J. E. Hayner A small-po- mere at your place is probably "great Co. vs. T. J. Crawford, judgment for pltff. cry snd little wool." But we shall keep up for amount claimed, $275; Commonwealth our quarantine all the same otherwise, vs. Kit Slaughter disorderly house, $75 and would be glad to offer you an asylum here it is, we will costr; Commonwealth vs. Bob Woods, mur until the worst is over. As vour preservamade dally for by defendant have prayer der, continued to next term nabs you, tion. Yours, til! the on account of abent witnesses. The grand Altamont Coal Co., per Pugh." It is hoped that no other cases may make and petit juries were Dnallr discharged on the next Wedceidar and court adjourned until tbe their appearace at Pitman, butnew case few day may develop several latter part ol the second week in March, there. Every effort will be used to prewhen after several motions are disponed of, vent the disease from reachlnc here, and the final adjournment will take place. should any cases occur they will be at once Judge Owsley ha presided every day since isolated as much as possible. the Oral day of the term and would have MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. been here then had he not been detained Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. by the flood on his way from Louisville. All persons Indebted to Jack Adams & business to require Son, either bj note or account, will please There being no further his presence here, he will on Thursday settle at once and save trouble. To the Rockcastle Teachers. Mr. Tl.it Lexineton. and before he returns, the School Comralwioner, asks us counties of Woodford, Franklin, Bourbon, J.W. Brown, has on hand the full amount to say that he Harrison and Scott. His friends here are due teachers for '82, and is ready to disdelighted to learn that he made a good burse on application. impression on the people during his recent In Memonam. visil to the Green ltiver country and thai The many friendi of Prof Oldfield P Woodford Sua, tbe leading paper of Moore in this section of Kentuckv will rethe gret to learn that he breathed hi laat in that county, has declared for him. Your scribe had a glimpse at the late London, England, on the 14th of February culture snd regentleman Dr. Landia library on Wednesday. It i He was a and during of rare his residence In Kenfinement, indeed a rare and valuable collection of tucky had won the esteem and friendship hook, not only for the theolgian, but for of our best people. He wa indeed an honthe general reader. Among them was no est mtn, an humble christian and a gentlebe glad lo know ticed a Latin work containing two treatises; man, His friends will of hi life were that the last few week Luther's Commentaries on Gene spent In his old home in England, and that tbe first, hia last hour were soothed by the tender si, from, and including ine cuin to the end ol the 11th, 2d Bullinger'a Com eat care of hia two slaters, io whose arms he fever he sleep mentaries on Mathen' Gospel. This book diet. "After life's fitful well." J B.G as will be seen from the following on the page, waa published in 1551: title .NEW .DVMtTSKKTS. LIBUVM MOSE IN s.-first-clasDan-ville. 8 z Court-houasi x s.-- p. Notice la hereby given that A. Brtdgewater and Jemima Drlleewater. hia l.a. hi., aim thir Joint petition In tbe Lincoln Circuit Court, fa C urt to empower aald Jeinlmt Brldgawa-tr- r touse.tnjov, sell and convey for her' own tn- vu auj property sue rusr own nr acquire tree rrom claims or dsbts of her husband; to mss contracts, sun snd be surd ss a stogie woman snd to dispose or hrr propertr by will or dred. All tb powers slots enumerated are prated for. Csae wl f lx set for hearing at Ih March term, ISM, of ssld Court. J. P. JIAILEY, Clerk. W. O. Ooooloi, Ally, for Petitioner. 124-- Jt a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BKANCHLS OF A This Institution will open Us Thirteenth Session on ths 2d Mnndsy in September nexL THOROUGH EN6USH COURSE Are taught, sa well a JUDGE IV. O. IIASrJFORD la KeprcsenlattTe MUSIC. THE LANGUAGES, DHAW. IHO AND PAINTINO. candldaU for the democratic! nomination for In lha next Legislature. tc TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price ran from tli to ISO In th scalar Departments. Primary, ti5; Interrue.ll Iv; Preparatory, IM, snd Collcglair, (so. For full particulars, ss to lsoird. Ac. addn MKrl. S. C. TKI)i:iii:aiiT, I'rlncli.Rl, Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Ky. 1. A. I! AUG II Is a candidate for th Democratic nomination to represent thia conntj in tbe next Legislature. JUDGE T. V. HILL, J1C, la a candidate for ReprcientatlTe In tbe next Legislature, aulject to Ihe action ol tb democracy '.S41UIKE J. IS. 9iimiIIY ay. II a candidate to represent Lincoln cou nlj tn the next Legislature, subject to the action of the Democracy, te Kentucky's ltoute The only line running East LUMBER OP ALL KINDS. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Any one wishing to buy Lumber for boxing, fencing or any purpnat can aate money by getting It of ua at our mill on tha 11 umber farm, about two mile from Crab Orchard. 1:1 MELVI.V A TIIOMArl. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS! OF NATIONAL BANK. A fourth dltldend of ten par cent, haa been de- clared, imyable on demand, at First National Bank ofBtin: A SOLID TRAIN raou LouUtIIIc, Cincinnati uiul Ky., Connecting In aame Lex-lHgto- n, Feb. M JOHN J. HcROBERTS, Hiantord. Dank National of WASHINGTON CITY. depot with faat trains for FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. JSTgxkt The Direct Because your house, or your goods, or your lire atock. or your other property hate not been burnt or Injured by Are or lightning, la no guaranty that ineycAitnoT dc. uoa'i you minx, men, mat it would be prudent to secure Indemnity In case such loaa or damage ahould occur ? I offer you thla Inat th loweat ratta obtainable In any firtt-cUsurance Company. I represent aeTen and you may m take your choice, 51. PHILIPS. Eouto to Lynchburg, Dan ville, floriolfc, YorJs. J0. - All Virginia and North Carolina Points. For tickets snd further Information, apply to your nearest ticket office, or address MO LUMBER! O WsSliI Y t- JAJ1KN r.KNNT. (lent. Southwestern A Kent, W. Main St., Loulatllle, Ky. t. MIULEK C, W.NHITII, Clen'l Manner, Hare opened up a LUMBER YARD In Stanford, lo connection with their MILL at HucI latch. and will keep constantly on band Lumber for building 120-- 1 m and farm purpose. Itichmond, Virginia. II W. FUM.EK. (Itu'l ttrn'r Ak'i. JTOS. SEYjEI&ANCJB, Late of Chenault, Severance. wllh A Co., Sunlord, Ky., ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, l'BOPRIETOB,' J. M. ROBINSON - &. CO.. dc, Importers and Jobber ot Dry Goods. Notions, 637, 939, 811 Main Street, Cor. Sixth, LOOIBVItiLE, . - KY. to the; public We will sow pay special attention to arCTJSTOai GniNDING.'M a STANFORD, - - KY. Uarinz bjsd this Hotel either bolted or unbolted meal. U0-- We promise to glte tetlifact'on, snd when dedred will glte Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make t MeALlNTKK SAI.LEE. Itci'nriiishcd and ltclittcd From basement to garret, $50 REWARD! Hating gotten my bors which waa stolen lately, but falling to get the thlet. I now offer the aboTe reward for hia apprehension and conrlcl Ion, His real name la Peter Vearce. but haa been known a lnchfs.hu aa Bom Sharp. He la about 3 lljbl complexion and Is about 29 years or age. I Intend to Keep It In Strictly Flr8tCltuii Manner, And leaT nothing undone that will add to the COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. ft' IV 123--lt II. II. CONN, Commercial Tniveler.s Are onVred Lsucaiter, Ky. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Blue-Grass Farm For Sale! To patronise me, as I bar. tisry cunTenieoceuch as NICE SAMPLE ROOMS, Ac, fur their use. of i" sale. I offer for blue-cra- DrlTatelr. my rami of J7J Acres w land, with a tarn. brick and riielleut frame reslJence couiblued, of ten rooma, within of the new btanford i. ITeacberarlUo pike. mile New orchard, fresh and medical water In abunIncluding a neat dance. tenant bouse. In grass, SOU seres, snd baiaoe tillable. Timber abundant. Church and school-hous- e near by, and tb neighborhood unexcelled It la not often that auch a desirable fann is tor sale, lllle perfect. th Address me at blaofurd, Ky.or farm. call on me at 123--1 jr-o- Baggage Transferred to and. from the Depot free of charge. Qiie me a call. W. H. FKINCIH. Don't Be Led Astray! MHH.NARAIICOOK, a 00. A Cincinnati pper advertise a law which will compel owner of stock to confine them aa they see proper and thin re- rntMVM ENAIlRATIUNES 11EVLENDI PATHIS, D. D. MABTINI, LVTUERI l'LKNI, tJALVrCRlS, AND CIIUISIAN8, EUVDITIONES BO.VAKIDF. A D1L1UENTEK fcLur-- w- - ?;r 1 c&aLB FOB SALE! Having concluded By tb peculiarly worded aJiertliemeutsof riial routes, which are liable lodccelrs tbe public. The eborteit and Quickest ltoute from Cincinnati West la ths lieve tin- - farmer of the heavy burden of ' 'Btaa.io beat. Mk. S. V,Kowland who passed down frooll'lltmau" yeslerdar, My there is but one case of mall-poat that point, and that a negro, who waa moved to an Isolated house, He doci not think there ia any 'danger from the disease there. v lard, patent, a well aa tli finest grade of straight Hour, canned good of every description, gmcerie of all kind Hild cheaper for rush at M. H Mjer' at the old p9t olHie utand than anywhere else in town. Call ami vxfcmlue Ida good and he convinced. COUNTRY BACON, lUiLuuAi) Mkkiino. The citizciii of Lincoln county are fuvlted to meet at the in Stanford on Monday, next, (county court day) to consider the question osecuilog ihebulldtujf of theO.,0. It A N. K K. through the county. A number ol gentlemen are expected to addrew the meeting. D, W. Vandereer, Chin, It, It. Committee. Court-houa- inlroduee the CO plendld viewaof Ireland I full of fun aud during It verforunnce a Lumber of specialty people of decided merit ure presented, among Ibou Mia Annie Irish who aiug a number of long very creditably, Mis 81 io McUIII, good Iu song and dancee; the Inimitable Wm Ash- lou; Frank Dully in tirriiian character and Mr. Bryan O'Lynu iu Irish The whole make one of the moat enjoyable entertainment of the day, and tbe audience thai wilnead it last nlgbt w simply delighted. The proprietor, Air. John Howorth, Ii a clever end worthy gentleman, and fully deaarve the great auccee he Ii making of hli Double Show, fencing ' It doc seem pretty hard that a man who doe not own a hoof of stock, should have to spend a much for fence aa if he owned a thousand. In Cincinnati the cattle market is firm at 4 to G cents for common to good shipHqwobth 'a Hibiknica. The excellent pers; good to choice butcher, 4 to impression made by thia company on a for- common to medium, 2 to 4; cows, 4 to mer visit waa not only luitained ilait 5; heifer, 4 to 5; oxen 3 to 5Jj stocker Hog are steady at night, but fresh laurel were added to ita and feeders, 4 1 to name. The cast haa been itrengtheued 7 15 lo 7 40 for telect butcheri and shiplince lie lat appearance and if it lacked pers; common 0 to 0; shoats, 5 to lambs are steaanything in completeness before, it la fully Sheep are dull at 3 to uiado up now and everything goes like dy at 4J loCJ; clock work. The comedy that serve to l1ncqln cou'sfrT CoLLECTAE WITENUEKO.K M.D.LII1I There wa also a Greek tritamrnt print ed in 1154. On the first page of this book ia the following: Llt"3I.E Imperils CurUtlaul Klrcbeoerl , Tjrr-19JouiMI WITIOAN MCLIV RaSSsSfiS&il fflTOUISyitLg & NASHVILlrl THKORIAT Kevldcnco ik IIuhIuchm Hquhc, Combined to remote to Texss, I oiler for sale my OHIO & MISSISSIPPI R. W. 10 Through Trunk Line 5; There also were In the collection: OPEKVU T1IEOUH1ICOUVM I). UlEUUNjMI ZAKCUII In one.tltualed tn ths towu of Crab Or. ebard, Ky., on Lancaster street. Ths building ll stories high, 0x2l feet and two and one-ha-lf ia 20x10, In all eight rooms.. Tha store-roo- m counters and abeltlng nlcelyand properly arwllh ranged, with all tb outbuildings necwaary to aud th taste ol tbe moat fastidious, and an abundance of pur water for drlnileg and bouaehold puiposee,leauiirut shsdsar-- fruit trees adorning and beautifying the entire pieultea, all In a good aud healthy cvudltlcn. Any on desiring s cheap yet valuable reeldeuco, among a deter and prosperous people, would do well to call snd examine ths piciuiwe belor purchasing els. where. Terms reaaonable. Vi-- tf JUUil V. NTHOBK. Hours ! Cincinnati to St. Louis Houra ahtad of all otbvr lines. 4 3 2 IO Dally Tistus, wllh noouakgaof class ol passengers. can for sny 6. 2 Dally Trains to Louliillle, with Fros ratio r Can. bally Trains to KTauiillle, 4 hours In ad- vauc of all other routes, with on Irs chant; ui cars. Dally Trains to Cairo, 7 hours quicker than any other line, and no change of tars. Dally Train to New Orleans. from Cincinnati, No change of MDOXUtl OOMMENTAUIA 5; 0. ' can MYERS HOTEL, 2 Unripe Without Change and with Speed Unrival&d SHORTEST AND QUICKEll than Chicago Uoulcs to rENTATEYCHVM M.U.CXXX LAUREL C0UNTT. QUICKEST Hustonnlle. Since the opening of the telephone Wtween thl place and Stanford, I may write 'Oihello'rt occupation' gone." The Interior cm gel the new earlier than I. But it can't thape it like you can. Ed. The railroad enterpriae I attracting iucrciaiiiir, attention and will elicit the best effirla of our community generally. The route prooied is bertaluly practicable and the country it traverses north cooiidera-tlo- n Eatt Btmttadt. For several days pail thsnswsof BMALL-PO- X MUTE raou Locuvu.ii to tux Less Time on th Ifanoae Pifu Tvro Hours lea. change of cars STANFORD. KY. rVdltSif.5 bliy cars, aud than by other lines. Propr The O. t is, la the only Hue wllh i Dally E. H. BURNSIDE, Louis, from Cincinnati to SOUTH & WEST PULLMAN, GARS Muh.inV. jMtsontllls, alobllt, snd Lltlls Rock, Along the Knoxville Branch ha caused considerable excitement here. It haa been authoritatively stated at last that at Pitmau, a ststlon there is small-pothree miles below here, and thl being true, the quarantine already established here against that place will be rigidly maintained. The Altamont Coal Co. at Ibis place, hai been especially earnest In lis enQ O. Lyon, about four mile south of deavor to ascertain the truth of the reports The at Pitman. Ibis place, Ii arranging for a telephone concerning small-po- x wire out to hie farm. 1 understand that company knowing that one case of Ibcdi- - This Old and Well AMD Matiousrj, Ksw Orlitns. AllsuU, yu?. txiaaus, Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, Tnln ol. tusking direct roooectloua lo th Union Depot (al 61. Loul )wlth Missouri FsclBc lUllway, Hi. Louts, iron Moun. taiu A Southern luilwsy, Chtcagu & Alton Ball, road; Chicago, Burllniitou A tjulucy Uallruad, Keokuk a St. Louis lUllruJ; Wabash, Ot. Louts A rVltlc lUllrued; Mhuourl, Kanaaa A Texal Kail way, Dt uouu a oau rancisco tuiiwsy. Proprietor it Determined that Impreti Thli Upon Your Memory. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA IJti DBRll OO DBCOQli 10 BO UUUaUrj 11 Th O. A M, la th only line by which you lo Palsxa L'ars Without Chsngt. Hotel in kt State in iu Fare, can get through can Irom lluclnuatt to HI, Lou la without paying extra lar In addition to uiuuey Appointmenti, or AttenEAST SHORT LINETO THE paid fur ttckit, tion te Comfort of frsas LoolsTlll to raise Cars without chases. lor tickets, rates, or nr luloimallun, call on their OcHti. Agents of connecting Hues. th hornis Cll I P D 1 U TCSMslna"mis readoowill LlTIIUnHll IO Un si tcsfv special low rsui. for Tkket ItaiKags wlllWcoaisiid latti, routis Bs Axinls of this Company Ac, or writs C. P.AlstOllt, 0. P. 4T.A. Louisville. Ky. til teatd fro taidesil PlunlnnafH We.irourlU at., Uraud Hotel, nrsreari. "serial accoaaasMaiien b i blnUntlstll (,ur Depot fool ofII.MlUilrwit. W. MI ATTUC, W, W. FEABODy, t Coaaassrclal Tranl.rs. Tha liar will Uiu'l l'uacogir igt. Uiu'l Bupriulendcnl, alwaia aaapllid with the cktlcaat Cincinnati. iraadeefl.lieonaad Clfars. IK ( rwM lall at IM Walnut sL, It ST-AORI- y I j M occurato aro theso?' was asked of tho foreman of tho department. "Thoy nro Into to within tho part of an inch, In ft tem itiKxrtxti perature of 75 deg. rahrenhelt," was IWHllnrillf Iftf Mnnnlrr Hint, tho reply, (From tl New Krk Fttnlng l'txt " Did you over feel tho Air, Clmrlcs Iloirhe imiiortcil Mr jiart of an inch ?" ho niked tho reporter, chicks in 1875 from Nubia, Africa, exwho replied to tho effect that ho had pecting to keop llicm nntil never ovon seen, heard, tasted or when thoy would bo vatuabto for show smclled tho part of an purposes. As they uro birds which inch. a great deal of room, it was easier Tho foreman, with a imlle, turned to to transport them when young than n small machine. It is theoretically when they attain full size. Thtf ix vrcro simple, but exquisite in workmanship. taken to Hobokcn when about four In a small horizontal nnd perfectly months old and seemed to thrive, well-level iron framework is adjusted a horihoy to voraciously whatever was ofgrounu. zontal scrow, which carries ono jaw of n fcrnl to them- -, oven stones ns big m a of mmmU n nnd smsll vise, tho other jaw being fixed. man s fist, nails, oyatorsholls, etc. They Iowa aro in tho shnpo of huge animals, Tho scrow has ten threads to tho incli. grow so fast that tho experiment wns and thcro is ono near Ilnish crock, Ad- It is obvious, thorcforo, that ono turn of considered a highly succcssfiif ono until ams county, Ohio, that is in tho form of tho screw will alter tho distance between ono after another thoy began to dio from n serpent, nnd that is mora than 1,000 tho jaws of tho'littlo viso just somo mysterious causo which was not of an inch. feet long. At Marietta, Ohio, aro discovered until their Ik lies wcro dis s Tho head of tho screw Is a circular that cover nn area of sccted. It was then found that many of of n milo long, and steel plate, about four inches In diame about their bones wcro broken niul that tho half milo broad; but tho most intricnto ter, tho cireninfcreneo of which is grad a rich food, and too much of it, had and perhaps most extensivoot tho works uated Intj 100 equal divisions. Turn caused tlicm lo heavy and fat of tho nro those of tho ing tho head of tho scrow through tho beforo tho lones wcro largo enough to Licking' vnlloy, noar Newark, Ohio, ex extent of ono of these divisions advanced support tho weight of their bodies. Tho tending over nn area of two squaro tho screw tho part of n lono structure had not kept paco with miles. Many of theso mounds havo revolution, and consequently niters tho tho flesh. The food had been too rich. been found to contain skeletons, and tho distanco between tho jaws just Mr. Rciehe has two men in Nubia and part of on inch. appearance of tho bones has led somo twain Capo Town on tho lookout for to bolievo Tho finer adjustment is inado by a that theso remains point to an ostriches. The method of catching thorn antiquity of 2,000 or moro years. A vernier affixed to tho head of tho screw, at present is as follows: Tho agent en number' of theso works "wero evidently which is so graduated that tho turning gages halt a dozen hunters, to whom ho designed as works of dofenso, others as of tho head until a division of tho scalo pays no wages, but whoso expenses ho burial places for tho dead, and others upon its circumference coincides with defrays. Mounted on good horscn, again seem to havo been constructed as tho nearest division on tho vernier scale, these men track a herd of ostriches, who temples or places of worship nnd sacri- advances tho screw tho aro found in tho desert usually feediog fice. Among tho remains havo also been part of n revolution, or widens or conon wild raclous growing in tho sand and tracts tho space between the jaws of tho found numerous Implements and on a bcin known to tho nativcu ns dtirali. usually composed of stone, some-tim- little viso just tho part Tho herds vary in numbers from fifteen of copper (hlwnys iu its nativo of nn inch. As tho screw cannot bo to fifty adults, each male bird having in state) and occasionally shell and bono. raodo absolutely true, there is an ingensubjection several females. When tho Curious pottery has been found, often ious attucliment for correcting tho huntsmen appoar tho whole herd takes error in its working, coarso and rude, but sometimes gracefnl to flight, but, owing to tho habit of runand )iigliy ornamented. It was not be- and, as n change of n few degrees' in tho ning in circles, a good horncmau can s hoved that tho had any temperaturo of tho room or of the gnngd make short.work of ostrich; written language. Prof. Newberry, to bo tested would affect tho nicety of adults aro thol omtrauglcd and tho genoralizing'tlio Ilia views of leading scien- tho operation, tho machino is adjusted chicks aro tiod by tho legs and carried tists, remarks that, from all tho facts for a temperaturo of 75 degrees, and tho off. Tho feathers of the old birds bebeforo us, wo can only say that tho Mis- trials aro mado with tho gauges at tho long to tho huntsmen, who aro paid in sissippi valloy and tho Atlantic coast samo temperature. this way for tho work: Instead "of rolling wcro onco populated by s Adjusting tho at ono a sedentary, out tho feathers of the dead birds agricultural and of an inch more than two partially civilized raco, tho natives skin tho birds, nnd, salting qiuto different from the nomadic Indians, inches apart, tho foreman handed tho tho hides with arsenio and Bait to pro-veh gaugo and told him though possibly tho progenitor's of somo reporter n decomposition, send them to Lonof tho Indian tribes ; nnd that, after ta pass it carefully and slowly between don in that state. Tho young birds nro centuries of occupation, thoy disap- them. Left to itself tho gaugo fell then fed with any kind of grain and sent peared, at least 1,000, and perhaps freely of its own weight through tho to Gcrmauy, which is tho great market many thousand years beforo tho advent space; but, when made to descend for wild animals of all kinds. of tho Europeans. Somo havo main- slowly, a perceptible pull was felt from In hunting tho birds many eta- - axe tained that the s and tho each jaw, analogous to tho pulling lometimes found, which, during V exmysterious people who preceded the power of two small magnets. pedition in the desert, nro eaten by tho Tho foreman gavo the head of tho Aztecs in Mexico were tho descendants of natives, ono egg weighing nearly threo crews-froJapan, whoso slu'ps had been screw an almost imperceptible touch, pounds. Tho eggs in the nest aro placed accidentally driven across the Pacifia making it coincide with tho vernier. upright and usually covered with sand. Another theoryihas' boon advanced? thVt The gaugo would no longer pass tho heat of the sun oiding theincubation that theso peoplo migrated from Asia ; through ; it filled tho spaco between the during the day, wlnlo the bird slta on thoy passed from tho cradlo of ,tho jaws exactly. That touch had brought Derrick. them at night. Around each neat M a raco over Asia to Siberia, across Bchring tlioso jaws nearer togothcr by just tho OiiLoitoFvitsttxa Dutttxa sleep. circlo of eggs wiiicliare not touched, bat part of an inch. Tho possibility of chloroforming a straits, down tho Pacific coast of Amcr. servo asfood for the .chicks wlwn tSey ica" from Alaska toHlio Mississippi' vala person in sleep, without wakirg him, leavo tho shelL, t k ley, and down to Mexico, Central Amer- , COUFiniTAULY riSF.D. having been disputed in a recent murBefore tho war thero were very fow Oetrich huutiugts apt to be 'danger der trial, Dr. J. V. Quimby, of Jersey ica and Peru. It is noted, by those who men in tho United States worth over ous liusinessto any wone. not,, familiar suggest city, was led to test tho question experthis; that in Siberia mounds &5,00g,000. Lloat of Stewart's property imentally. with their modes of attack; Ono of Mr. Dr. Quimby made arrangehavo been found similar to thrwtfin tho was acquired during and after the war. ftcicho's white agents was killed last ments with a gentleman to enter his Mississippi valley. Most of tlib men now worth 810,000,000 year by an ostrich which literally rippotl room when ho was asleep, and apply and upward wero considered poor nnd tho man open with its pgwerfnI4ckwB. SrtKNOTU AND HEALTH. chloroform to him. Tin's ho did with years ago. When transporting ostriches in ships t'isjiujtonJbonamonT Mja that health honest twenty-flv- o entiro success, transferring tho person tuoy aro kept in separate cages. Inex-- i keeps pace with strength. I know in- W. H. Vanderbilt has SC5.00u,000 in from natural to artificial sleep without periencecanimaldealoraliavosomotime telligent persons who really think that United States bonds, and ho is reported arousing him. , He used about threo allowed ostriches withofher animals. you may determine tho comparative to hold somo 850,000,000 in New York drachms of $quibb's chloroform, and such as goats and deer, the ostrich end- health of a company of men by meas- Central nnd Iludson River stock, occupied about seven minutes in the oping by killing its companions, and os- uring their arms that ho whoso arm moro in other railroads in thb eration. triches havo been known to kill hyenas measures twelve inches is twice as and other States, nnd n vast amount of Tho second case was a boy of 13, who and other flerco beasts, which, getting healthy as ho whoso arm measures but valuablo real estate in this city. r for a minor had refused to out of their cages, attacked them. His property cannot amount to less operation. Dr. Quimby advised tho six. Tins 6trange and thoughtless than S200,00t),000,and probably is near"given mts. rsiiTifiaTO!fATTUKsonniB2tat all Uio mistakes thus furriso to nearly er 3300,000,000 than tho former sum. mother to givo tho boy a light supper mndo in tho and put him to bed. Sho did so, and II AX A Alt. physical-cultur- e movement. I havo a ITo is without doubt the richest man on Dr. Quimby, calling when the boy was was at a distinguished party, eojloij It lie could buy any of asleep, administered tho chloroform and friend who can lift 900 pounds, nnd yet tho globo by the ladies in aid of tho SoldTcrs'-13a-zaa- r, tho Itothschiids, nnd still bo tho tidiest performed tho ojcratiou without that Mrs. Partington found her- is an habitual suficrcr from torpid liver, man in tho world. Aud nnliko the rich awakening tho loy. The third caso was self, as well as she could for thd crowtl. rheumatism and low spirits. Thcro nro many similar coses. Tho men of England tho Dukes of Bedford, a boy of 10 years, suffering from an ab There, was much Baid in support of ttio cartmeu of our cities, who aro our Westminster, Argyll and Buccjcuh, who scess, and tho samo course was pursued oujoci, mm n warm cntnusiasm preinherited their great ostates Yonder. with ceual success. vailed, amounting at times to loud man' strongest men, nro far from tho health, iest class ns physicians will testify. On hilt's property has been accumulated in Two important inferences may bo if estations of approval. and " Quito a furore," the President of thq tho contrary I have many friends who two generations,Tho most of it withm drown from theso cases, Dr. Qnimby thirty years. case stands without a saiti Minor surgical operations may bo meeting remarked to tho dame, who sat would stagger under 300 pounds that aro in capital trim. But I need not parallel in history. dono with perfect safety, and much uesnie mm. olaborato n matter so familiar with phyIt is a singular list of names that fol moro pleasantly thnn in tho ordinary sho replied, her spec"Aetoroarl" sicians and other observing people.1 low that of Vanderbilt in this catalogue. way ; and, secondly, n person somewhat tacles flashing with excitement. " Wo take each at his reputed valuation : skilled in tho use of chloroform may should call it a yoml manii roar, und no icsi oi ueauu would provo moro faulty than a tape-lin- o or n lift at tho Jay Gould, 3100,000,000; Mackoy, enter n sleeping apartment and admineverybody seems willing to oxhilarato scolo-bcaCrocker, $50,000,000; John ister chloroform with ovil intentions tho movement, llowmuch wo owe the JBupposo tvyo brothers bank-clerHockafellcr, of tho Standard Oil Compawhilo a person is asleep. Henco tho soldiers who mode sacraments of them Thoy are measured ny, 810,000,000; O. P. Huntington, uso of this drug in tho hands of a crimkclvcs for us, nnd laid down their arms la bad health. Eoch .marks exactly 820,000,000; D. O. MUls, 820,000,000; inal may become an effectivo instruand lcgi only when tho Uuion was roiiuUtho.arm. ton Inches Senator Fair, 830,000,000 ; StanThey fry the icalo-bcament in tho accomplishment of his saved I" Tho bar rises at exactly 300 pouuda witli ford, 810,000,000; Russell Sago, dpHigns. Afydtcal Advance. V'Vi-rtrue," responded tho President, each. Both seek healtli. John goes to J. It. Koene, 810,000,000; 8. " nun i trust that all are willing to ml, tho avoxats vxdkrclotmnu. gymnasium, lifts heavy dumb-bolJ. Tikien, 815,000,000; E. D. .Morgan, wit their indobhidnebS." Hjwngo underclothing is tho vory Sarauol kegs of " They may lw," replied .he ; "but I and pounds noils until ho can put up 810,000,000; Garrison, Sloan, dlO'OOO.OOO; latest, somo German genius having 122 and lifts 900, and his arm CJommodoro 810,000,000; Cyreared it was something liko Mrs. llito's invented and patented a lino of rus W. Field, 810,000,000; Hugh J. borrowing my eggs and saying sh reaches fifteen inches, underwear manufactured from this porThomas goes to tho mountains, fishes, Jowett, 85,000,000; Sidney Dillon, would bo alwajn indebted to wcLfor ous substance. It is claimed for it that David Dows, 85,000,000; J. them; as bIio was, for sho never pan! hunts, spends delightful hours with tho it can Ijo cleansed moro easily than DeNavarro, 85,000,000; JohuW. Uiu ' jronug ladios and plays cricket. 'em back." goods, and, being more flexible, Upon measuring his arm wo find it rett, $5,000,000; W. W. Astor, $5,00d,. woolen Tho President looked a little anmjcdi Joes not chafe tho skin so much. It is ' scarcely larger than when ho loft town, 000. tioou there came another shout. a bad conductor, nnd tends to keep Uio whilo ho A NATUltAL VL'LWUT, "Don't you think," she said, that lift'COO. can't put up sixty pounds nor temperaturo uniform. Ono who wears gives mo a pleasant sens o of vicBut who doubts Thomas wil theso few roars should havo been to tako return to tho counter tho bettor mau of tory," said Miss Alcott, "to ransack tho this underclothing; is not liablo when tho war was over, and not tho perspiration the ftjwo? Joliu should be. the, better tjd trunks, and now and then fish out iold, for it absorbs left tho women to do what was incuni it. After the mineral ultifJil strength is'tlio principal or and sell a story that Lad been rejected bercd on tho men ? t.j ind vegotablo impurities in tho sponges most essential condition of health. over and over again when I had not "Perhaps," leplied her Interlocutor; aavo been sufficiently beaten by a heavy . Health. been heard of, and Unit goes readily "but better late than nuwr hammer to admit of being readily now, I "It came nigh lwing too late," saifl Onk perfect diamond is orth moro enough in'replyinglatelya took maliciouia washed out, the sponges ore dried and to request for she, "with tho poor legless heroes run than mauy defectivo ones. Ono truth delight pared with a sharp knife, Theso parings ning to their long homo through moor. well fixed iu tho mind and comprehend-o- d story from n, magazino by sendiug it a uo then sewed together. Tho fabrio is story which its editor hod rejected at is'better than inahy half understood. house gatoj but, thank Hoaveu, some prepared wiUiout tho uso of poisonous loast onco, and I don't know but' twice. will nave a oomfortabla homo to go to A' small' Opportunity fully realized is dyes which, as incorporated in cloth Uo took it and paid mo well for it.', better than a great ono mislmproved. alter this, where thoy can smoke t underclothing, sometimes provo yory calumny of ttoace, without evon a Thu wealth of afioctiouato sympathy and rnillananolla Journal. deleterious to tho system. aid, is better than gold, and fijls tho soul to wako 'em afraid." Don'h let us bo afraid of enthusiasm. CcsTEjt county, MouuUno, is about Bhe was wearying, but sho meant well. with most' perfect peace. Faithfulness There is oftpner a lack of heart than lav B.up treasures in tlio heavens which brain. Tho, world is not torviug for as big as Pennsylvania. iii (Jeohuk W. Guilds' collection of nothing can injaro and no one remove. need of education holt as much as for ViOTOit Hcao wrote his first successful warm, earnest interest of soul to soul. clocks, foreign and domestic, Is said to play in eight days. Tuu salary of llhodo Island legislators We tgreo with tho 'Indian, who, when bo valued at 930,000. For ono of thew, Thousand hear vmntfM to the positive cased in onyx and verJo antique and i but$l per day, but Uio position has talked to about having too much eeol, curative powwi of lbs Great flertnan Its compensations, for each member is tajd: thuk it is better for tho pot crowned iy a irnnajo nguro in silver, Be advertisement. Bold by allowed a newspaper. Penny A McAllMer, Stanford, Ky, to boil over than not to boil at all." Mr, Child paid 15.000. KIT. Friday Morning, -- Match 2, 1883 osTiticiws. : Tho remains of tho as tho rnnishod peoplo nlio onco lived on- - this continent have been called, nro cat tercel over most of tho States Jot tho Central and Lower Mississippi vnlloy, on tho Kmrctn of tho Allegheny, and havo l)ecn olnervcd ixway tip along tho banks of tho tawny Mishouri, as well as down by tho shores of tho Gulf of Mexico. Thoy aro iixhI numerous in i, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Arkansas, Kentncky, Tcnncssoo, Mississippi, Alabama, Oeorgio, Florida and Texas, and are found in tho western part of Xcw York, and in Michigan and Iowa. A mound, untd recently, was to bo seen on tho plain of III., nearly opposite tho city of St. Louis, Ma, Ihatwus 700 feet long, COO feet brood, 00 feet high, and that mounii-bnlliior, Mis-sonrn, Tr. ytovxn nvit.nr.na. rtsr. MKAtvnnMrsra. A Wilmington ntt.HAnKAnt.K a machine shop of gauges. In reporter was rhown at that city a collection "How ono-tent- h nt earth-work- three-quarte- Ixx-om- o mound-bnildo- -- th orna-men- ts, mound-builder- viso-jaw- nt two-inc- mound-builder- m Any ono familiar with tho heavy oil developments knows that a goodly part of tho drilling f dono on Uio hill known as tho "Point," near Franklin. It rises from tho lank of tho French creek in a vry abrupt manner. Philip Grossman's browcry is situated at tho foot of South Park street, on thd west sldn of tho creek. His beer vault Is on tho other side. It is nn immense vault, blunted out of solid rock, nnd penetrates into tho hillsldo nearly 100 feet. In this is stored large quantities of lager beer. Tho casks that hold tho beer contain on an nvcragoabont ten barrels- each. Ono cask in tho rear end of Uio vault is used as a supply cask. All tho others are connected with this ono by pipes, and tho supply cask, being sunken, is always kept full of beer, Tho hill at this place is so steep that It cannot bo ascended. Aliovo this vault, on tho hilltop, Rial i. Son own a lease. Thoy drilled a num-lc- r of wells on their lease, nnd they wcro nil profitable. Somo tinio ago Uioy located Na 1) directly over this beer Yaul. Tho rig was built and things ran hloug in tho usual maimer for about a week. When thoy had reached a depth of 490 feet, 200 feet less thnn whoro they usually find the sand, tho drill struck a crovieoand dropped away several feet. The tools went witlidrawn from tho holo nnd tho bailer run. It came up seemingly full of oik Bail as they would, they could not exhaust tho supply. They decided to tube tho well, aud wcro ordered to do so by Mr. Rial. The next day tho well was tulied without being shot. They commenced to pump it, and it throw the fluid out at a great rate. Noticing tomethiug queer altout tho oil, Olio of tho men tasted it, lie found it so good that ho put his lips to tho pipo and took long gulps of tho delicious stuff. First one nnd then another drank. Thoy became what is known as drunk. Tho owners visited the well, drank, nnd wero overcome. Operators camo to see it, drank, and wero overcome. Tho peoplo of tho town who had heard of it went up tho hill, drank, and were overcome. Little by little thoy camp to realize Ono man what they had been drinking. was found in the crowd who luul tasted lecr before. lie affirmed that it was beer, but they laughed at him. How would this Rip Van Winklo elixir get into the bowels of tho earth? At last thoy decided to call in undoubted authority on tho beer question, and sent for Philip Grossman. Grossman came. Ho tasted it once, twice, and then he toro his hair. " Is it beer?' thoy asked. "Beer? Yes; it's mein own make. Mein Gott in Himmcll, you aro pumping mein beer vault dry." Such was tho fact, and Uio way that well was shut down was a caution. They visited tho vault and found it to bo sa Threo of the largo casks wcro empty. Oil City - hi: li. rr.oir rnon as oh, 1803. tniiiicii niiiHTiiiti. MCTII(iTTlTrrl()OTli-irtVirtMottlion, ij F ' Tlio Ciiiciimli News! A No Whiskey! of the very few tonic medicines Hint arc not composed mostly of alcohoj or whiskey, thus becoming a fruitful source of intemperance by promoting a desire for rum. is one Brown's Ikon B limits guaranteed to be a stimulant, and it will, in nearly ever case, take the place of all liquor, and at the same time absolutely kill the desire for whiskey and other intoxicating beverages. is Brown's Iron Bitters , Two rents Dslly edition ...... Sunday (double site) . . Thre e nts Will prattle Ml profraalon In Kocscaatl and Agents, carriers, ntwadrster. newshnte or any In th Cbutt on bandllrg TIIK NKW M, are nqulrrd to sell th aJolnlng counties and In collections, of Arpeala petlal attention gtren rslrs Saprrln ronformlty with thu ati Clnclnnstl,0. TIIK AI.'IIjw, Iter II i Monlsnn Huperlntenilent APTlrjT KaT J M Hacca, I'aator. BetTlc on rVtond and Fourth Mundays, morning and night, Ira?cr Meeting eeery Wedneeday after- Is publlshM lo subrtlbrr it I be ttllowlng nooo. flunday School at 30 a. si. IU K. Harrow BuperlnleBlent. 11A.'1'J2M arHtTl.lMCItl'PIO?'! ilRIHTIAN -- Worship by Tb congregation ar msiu rnsTiiiK raio try Urrl'a day. ITraehlng by Dr. J. W. IV) I Dslly nlriiBdty fllllon, not jetr Jf DO onrtrrond sad lourlh lnnl's days, rlunday Hckool Hilly and rlmulay edltlnn, six months 4 00 at 1 13. Jo. Utterance, UuperlnUndent. f Dslly and Nurnlay edition, thre months 2 00 TiTwilYTEHIAN, ODTII.-ii- eT. I. H. MeM-- J (AI sulmtlptlons InssrlaUy In ailranr. roy, pastor Konday Rthool all 10. John W. Iiont, Superintendent. Union Frajer Meeting on will l msllel fre An extra ropy o( th lor on year to any person who will a clnh ol W.ot.lsr nlrhta tenannaal eiilwrllwrs at oua poatonirt, aid forward their nemesand addrtsa, logelher with 170 nam m. ItY CAHItlElt Dslly and 8undy edition, is cm I a wr week, or (3 rents per month. MyaW.lo rattler. Ky. HAILY Irsjer Mcellrg tnry nlghtexrept lh 'lilrl rlunday HthorJ at (00 a M, Thur.lay nlahi Monday morning snd Domoorntio Nowspapor! psr rl rmcK hV hinui.k copy ATTORN SV AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, iiumnrrr, ... t i 1 1 Till It Is . WEEKLY Will I Issued by Ihe NEWS! Cincinnati News Pabliihing' Co. IVmociatle tr, derate.! lo l'.lltlrs, Newa, will As n nsw raodldale for pnldle faenr, Th Week-- 1 ly Newa will esler to the reiulreoients 1 Its lead ! ers It will thoruiiahly illstu all lie nnestlors ' edited with lli. Kanllr Newsrsir Markets, Agrtrultiir and I. teralure, and slew of making It adrslr-- saaaaaaaaaaatwTWAr .asaaaaaarlwv Rev. G. V. Rice, editor ol the American Christian Rt' view, says of Urovvn's Iron Uittcrs: Cln.O.Nor. 6, tSSl. Gtnu i The foolish wast Ing of vital force In tnirfneu, plcaiurc. and vidoui indulgence of our people, makes your preparation a necessity i and it applied, w ill tat e hun tlreds who resort to saloons for tcnqiorary recuperation oitne nsy. u am xire partiisiar has been thoroughly tested for dyspepsia, indigestion, biliousness, weakness, debility, overwork, rheumatism, neuralgia, consumption, vor complaints, kidney troubles, &c, and it never fails to render speedy and permanent relief. 1 Brown's Iron Bitters attention in the gathering of th news Kmlal est will I taken In coini'lllnpc th various market leratrls. In lhalntetestot th farmei, giiollr spsc will 1 deroled lo agriculture (lereral lllriatur and Tarlou. nslleis fltled f..r Ihe Ismlly ilrtl will prepsrallnn rv.mpilse sn Important dearliutnt ol th r, Tblsall ib ititr s Is pnrelr Traelshle arnt freo tr to brine all kinds of storm and If will be the tiurpoaeot tho manageuieni loan from atswiinltly rtriatn dararr.m. .iiMianrta. and edit and publish tin Th VWeklr Newa aa lomni from tho bunion system II Is nnt ranstatlnc lo mend II to and make It a welcome slsllor In rsery tlilU(Mll.lliutuainfnah anl rblldreii will lak tt as re.ltr which should household. ilier w t tin uarto, rvnislnlig retommtril It to every hntisketjr yr Th Meekly Newa Is a Urge II with asrVIr bsppy alityfour columns of reading matter, printed on a apply arKlJorotiastilrftsami eiMirklinsT lonely eaprt fMW will unton a Bd article ol calendared paper. 11 la iht mnlw or lb Unit nnt llie gratllii-fIn order to rtarlt sll clsre,lt will be sold at lb otw, w ASIfer that I. nt In take put no In I following low IwcMiunrw stale and atrt l ly ittoltrsal iwtnty Ht tenls TryabtHiit IIATMCS Ol' Sl'llSVIll T7f.VT Maauratturm by C fllttUK H A- - CO. A single ropy, on year 1100 Ojtrr. tun Mnltt Mi-rr- l r.oHl.tlllt, Ky. A rluli ot ten reple. mailed tuoi.r naliilttrt', .W I or sat 'n .itsnlord by I'aaar A tkAllsTti, on year . A rlubollwenty copies mailed lo on ml 17 00 office, one rear A rlulioi tlitrlr roolea. toslleil to on - cfciSVERrME. la., club of forty topic, mailed to ono ual- office, on rear 90 00, And larger tlube at Ji trull per copy per annum And In addition. ThaU'eekly Newa will Uui el free for one year lo any who will ralMt a clubnt twenty- ortuore anoual aubscr lra t on pilorite, and forward Ibelr nam, a aol ldris with tbo requltlt amount ol nooey, u per abOT table of rates. A nrtlce.on year. . . tt- II Ol lberlir HALLS (aarBawaaBBwaaansasBwaraaiTJaFeaaFawawj RATmM Rure 13 RECOMMENDED BY PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS who end toTb Weekly Newa Ibsleo largest claba of Nil rat lubacrlber from any on Mtav-- by tha 1st dsy ot July, 1(33. Lacb, subatrlpUoa In the Iboew rilYOICIAi;! nlo Will be distributed among 1,000 IN GOI1) !and jOsirrrt of tho Naaal of tho Ear. UloaratlTal Oatarrn obtain Cnslty-Chro- l cluUwItlb ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. ana Cyo or nrooi iiiiTsssn inibnnaki.i,nng eta OIRCOTLY upon tha Blood and Mucou Ourfjoo of th Syatom, It la tho hoat Blood Puriflor In tho WORLD, nnd la worth ALL that lo oharcad tor It, for THAT alono. OTJJ.X.1CC1 'XII IS CURE Afflicted, Attention Mi. GAM'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MaNUFACTUHED IIY VV. X. OANN, U. P., For Largrst Club, " zo . .. gj ' I " HONTICELLO. KY, The worl.l Is HUM with th wonJrtful, ful mil Inlrlcal Imrntlont ol man, Jft ill tht comblonl talent and n olut Ibit tbe vorM haa at-- rr known hat nTr rclum! anflhlnr that ran compart vatta "Dr. (laon'a Btunlita " MfJIral skill ami tclrnc barf, u jtl, lallrj to ilUcoiar ra anx thing nual to latin, forth euro of tha As thtir fur which thay art rrcuunnrndn. virtue and uae are prataNl by thooaanda tbrouab ngtn and breadth ol In land, andaa out lh Standard Faiullr Medicine, tbtj cannot b and ar fully antwtantlaUd bj tb strong-eteaUmoolala. lut. 1'c.srs. I' J Chtntp.t Ol. lulnto, tt. nltritn I Utt iiloasuro In IcfitTnln rott lliat 1 bato un Hall Catarrh Cunt. Ii has cured mo I rr ai rcry bvl t.n.1 don I lieltatita Cotarrli If talea IVirtle working tor th store premiums must hat It trill Your trulr, loTsrlablr send one dollar with each naaHrtsirt-ed- , prvtrly. J.U. WaUTTICRfOaO. and they ahould giro naruea with 1' I) addresses, and ecad money aa tut u th iuWciIUis VOnTII 810 A IIOTTI.K. ItM-hI lata bad ar obtained writ Ii almaar,i)Jactacis, Jlsli'a Catarrh CurocurtU ptnall amounts of moots way La atnt by tnsll at Catarrh y tar. tbComany'arlsi, but amounts atrr If must l oi". lv,ndtrltwnrth$iatOhill. ( all Dnunt at at '& tta per ImtUn. sent br taiofs inooer orJ. r. theek or bi reels. t feted leiter tfend lor todmen copy sml Ibeo tlamtrsrttimt an.1 rothr F J OIKNUY & CO. eulMcrlti lor II AdlrtM i ;-- ITvHltton, TOUiUO. OlllO. TIIK WKbKI.V NKWri. 4 and 300 luce sllitt. Unasntatl.Uhlo. For aa'alu hucl.rd by IVoay A VIcAllslae, 10th " " " itti " vth " 3tlt lh 7th till . iuo " .. to .. ta 70 ' .3(0 fJOOIngold ONLY IKIERNAL FOR CAYA?.!.!. -.- ' .. . fri so SO SO " " THE MAKKETta And offer One Hundrod Dollnrw tor any Cneo of OttTrrh It oil) not Cutn. VTILL t'UKK ANY CAItU OOfei of A, T Brawiirr fntcioo, IU , Juno 4, tirlX Itia. On. I v. if fr THE- - .. ( For Coughs, Gold. Croup, llronchltll. Conaump-lio- n and all Disease ol th Throat and Lungs, Use Dr. Oniiu'ii Cough Syrup. Far U'fTCoopklnt,D?arfaU. Indigestion Jaundice, Constipation, clour btonuch aud all Ullloul -- INTERIOR JOURNAL i ' VlMNI, Hue beaat Dr. OauH'rt Liver Cure. .aaBBBBBBBBMsBBBBBaT' For Bheuinatlsia, Neuralgia, Sprains, Unlet and Hwtlllngs-- sn external application tor Man or 'ArsftbiLLLLLF M To-da- Use Dr. Urie Uhc flnnn's Llnliueut. K alVl anl ForFllee, Hemorrhoids, Burns, Fistula scd all similar dlstaaea, jK TyxayTyi vasai, B T Dr. Ghiih'm Pile Ointment. Dr. Gaau'N llltler-MtTCCl ai "- -' 3 sawiaaaM I nBaaaasYaT For Freah Cut, Burns, Ulcers and Old Sore, take-ethe- OlulHtCllt. V8elr.UanaVtirSleK!HCH Bittern ,11 aVBaJSIUSl? BPWwWaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaVt-aVA-aaaVaa- ' kfcs. HCb&vaTaal V 4W)wbVW Bal W w LH A BtllablaToolc. Aptwtlstr and Blood Purlfltr, and alao cure Ilvitnla. Indigeatlon, Liver Complaint, Malarial refer and all ierlodleal Dleeases. Alanutaciund and lor aal or y. Sol proprietor, Montlcello, by m.ll will recti ra prompt attention ". 'All orders M-- ll fl ' KENTUCKY CENTRAL THE MOST DESIRABLE EOUTE II T- O- b &wF2E1J!l.'J- - CINCINNATI! iTOB and decidedly th ropulax Keutt, affording, a It does, leaa change and auperlor acconiuiodallona to PRINTING OFFICE ) i 0; ks Misionri, Iowa, Kaniai, Tezai, Tb North, Mrthetand Weal. In fact, If you In any direction, your a la Proparod to do all kinds of Printing In tho Boat of Stylo and at City Flguroa. Try us. m. y 0;, trip caul unlat will I. Lfwtaerved be uurcbaalna Tour ticket via at. C and Cincinnati. JTrsloaeach way V, full uoacnea, ana man l'alaco tare; fclrgant Kw bsndaoioely furnlabed Itecllnlng Lbatr Cars lorm Old Hellsblt, th unequaled oquliinient of tbls thereby making a trip ofcr tbls lint on ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. lntct vJ LANDRETHS' Pedioreeseeds SEEDS! FOr thO MERCHANTrlnnurNowPlon SEEDS For the MARKET GARDENER CCCnC For thebyPRIVATE FAMILY SEEDS WlwBwsBwai,ls7ICrOWn nnrafllinannmir own rarnxa. (7 Ilaadaowo lllu.tratrd iHl'.HCHA.My, HIIXD TJM.K TABLE, IN EFFEOf DEC. 31. No. t. ls Ittt. No.. SOOpui 918 pm N.NfWElh: W52ar8- South. No.. SOOarn II Ltc Oulngtoa. " Falmouth Cynlblaoa Lt. Lexington Arr. Wlncheetcr " AlLrJicrllug " Ashland " l'arl... ... II irr. Leilugtou.. It .... " lluntlngtou., I Ashland-.- 10 40 a rn Ma SO 230pm 4 10 S3 .... 104pm gbOpuUiSaui ............ 7 p tr tg p m No. . 21 lUpiu 21 p n 1ft p u tW u a 45 u ( J pm p p in lOMput p to lutupu Csilolocua SO p ni II JS Lul 20 p u II 10 am .... n UN UH pm xflUlt uut Iturul ItrcUtrr l'ltlli: UL'NINI'-S- S TU ALU t'AKDri VOU TKAIIK I.lHT. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS,$EED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA .... No. 4 6ft 1. am """ ' ! - 'jfcr-Ietrat- "It without-chockin- M Arr. Coflugton MAY8VILLK DIVISION No. VLt Ltxlnk-loiipi- a Arr Mays Till No. 10 Msysslll 1 00 am. " Lexington " May. rill No. 11 " l'arls 20 a m. No. 14 ., ..- .......... . UMaju ft SO a a -. H ID a m 11 It p in Winchester Arr. Lexington - 115pm 7 CO a tu . 2 1upn Lexington. , 749am 8 15 pin Lt. -. 3 00pm 135am 365 pui l'arl. Tyntblana.. . 3 58pm Uam 4tam ' Faliauulh. 4 43 p u 1OT9 a oi 515 pui pm 13 p m 11 a tu Lt, Nokiu. lluntloitoo .. No, ft. t so a to 7 IS a m ..- Ml. BlerllDg .- .... 45au Mam I EDWARD WILDER'S Niter fall tt cut Fvr aud Ague, Ulsrmltlssl Ftsr, Dumb Agu, Dyipspsta, Contplslnt, ladigtitioa, Colio ami Flux. It will Cure Coilnansis. II Is a coio Antlilloui AlUrstis and Toalc, a miM and Osbghtful latljorsnl for Dslical Women, a powerful rccupe-ran- t allet the fnuue baa i ilebllltatoil and icduced by slcknoa, an vzctllcnt apiUivr, irlvea tono to llie dlgtatlve organs, prevent! Malaria, braica up the system, itrcngtbcoJ Uio portal circulation tuu) Ueara tha ubole animal economy from tho Medg ot d boose. Tbo allghtcat attack o( IcuTuuy tmaiatludo tothe worst, an4 the rtiatdyUiit would ounciaerltwhlUtU It yet lu IU commeoctiuyiil, may boot do v?tuowucn Ills at IU full development. Iartlcu. larly Is tills tlio cam with irsona around whom tho pntlfctoua Inllucneo of Malaria clings in I ho form of Dumb Chills, Drow Ague, Palaful Bpleaa, and VVoak Slomach, Fur tlio Curu of all the aboro IHacaac this preparation stands unrivaled, and Iu good and permanent eltecU aro atUslcd by thousands, and It la recommended alike tytho ablest tueUical nun and tlio ululsli) THV IT, all you that ate amidol, anl Ij coiTtmil ot Iu V,ondrtuI poiser and benefl. rial fleets. 11 Ur tiopu 35 " M2illl 12 40j)iu Lexington jiu No.Orunsdslly and bu day coacbis from Cincinnati to Washington, I'ullniau Sleeper to Kana wha falls, w ya. and uecnuirg Loair uir id uex- Htona onlr at statlona ou K C K. It. wberalliula glren. No. 3 runs dally, except Hundayi ha through roaches to lluu Ington. No. 4 run dally, axcepl Sundty; haatbrougn roaches No. 5 10 Ml. blerllog and parlor car toMssrille. ton. rullaaq blMpcr from Ksoawba fralla and car ClncluoatL Ouly lrlar atop. from Lex lug3oa todally, except Bun. Uree No. I aud iuo day, ndliT through caacbe from iluutlogtoo Direct cooorctlou at Islington aud Ml Hierllng with atair for Ulcbmond.Kr . Lawrenceburf, an4 Trsuiws,jaj. C. L. BKOWN, U. W, BKNDEK, tluperlntwdcnt. Oen'l 1'asa. A Tkt. At. (Janeral oOIms, OoTlngtoo, Ky, STOMACH BITTERS IT'oi' "I tgule til Htuufortt y l'oiuty lb MoAIlMtor. pa. -