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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 9, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883030901_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 9, 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. iylfc' tr jfcmi HeeUn Snttfto STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH J), y mfitui NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME X.NUMBEltfllO. 1883. 128. A Telegraphic Like as a Father, Saint. feat. ForIjrppli, Under tho head of interostlnRtetg Salsify, often called vegelablo oysOostlvnnoai, Thoso nro the sweetest nnd kindest ftlrk llnn.Uchi, Exch&njji ter, is rarely grown lo perfection. Its words, it seems to us which havo ever graphy, the San Oli ran I a l)lr. W. P. WALTON, Cdltor and Proprietor referred tomo days ago to a wonderful cultivation is prccitcly tlMiw, Jaundice, as fur fallen from tho lips of God upon tho i Imparity at tlie T. B. WALTON, - . Butinttt Managtr feat that took place between Boston parsuips, Joseph Harris states that listening ears of sinful nnd sorrowing Illood, Ft trr nl and Guaymai, over a circuit of 3.C00 tho eccd may be sown as early in tho men. Even thoso passages in the Agut, Malaria, ml all Dlirntci I'llbtlahttt TtirmtntlH nilf miles. A still more wonderful feat spring as tho ground is in good work- Now Testument, which .ot forth God's tanud lir De was performed between this city and ing condition, or it may bo sown as lovo to man in the gift of His son to rangement of Urer, How el tnd Kldoeft, ON, TO 93.ni 1J3U ANNUM. Valencia Bty, Ireland, a few years Into as tho first week in June with die for him, do not express nearly so BTMPTOH8 OP A TISKAflEn I.TVER. Ild Ilrtath , Pln In the Side, Kfnetliiw the ago. A continuous circuit"wasJji(ido fair results. As a rule, tho early much as this. Thoy aro partial and mliuVcn for rIn It felt under the KhrumatKm , central lots cf appetite ; Iknrcb Tho land is incomplete They touch hut a single Knerally cotuve, tometJinea alternating with lax rrlrtlon, etreA ti melte lisiln, lihl . thtn of ile- - up between Sth Francisco nnd Metrt'a sowing is most desirable !! It troubled with and bearr, Content (itUut 4.500 miles), theca better if prepared in tho autumn, nnd outflow of that divino tenderness of with comidrrablc loai of pain, la dullaccompanieil r thn rrtli. nomlnstl.ini not memory, with painful if mall n tf learlnz undone aomethl ne bo mado too deep, or too which thceo words unseal tbo founbio landing on tho American sido. Asl it cannot which ought to hare been done, a alight, dry cough Druggists nnd Booksellers, a very delicata iimtrumcnt is usol to rich nnd mellow. It should be sown tain. They nro kind with an infinite and flushed face la aotnetlmei an attendant, often Punten' Errort. mistaken for consumption) the patient complaint and debility nerroua, easily itartledi Thero nro lota of "smart Aleck," telegraph through tho cabin, this cir- in rows twciity Inches apart Tho goodness. Titer nro tonder with an of wearlncut burning, aometlmea a prickly sensation feet cold or Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky. of the akin exists, spirits are low and despondent, Thoy are carYtlio think It U one of the cunningest cuit could not bo usod boyond tho end seed ts long nnd slim, and few drills illimitablo yearning. and, although satisfied that exercise would be beneficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to tiling in 'tho world to light upon uu of tho cable; hut n conversation was will cow it ATCnly wjlhout.wastiug the essing with an ineffable sweetness. try It la fact, itarruits erery remedy., bcvcral abore symptoms attend the disease, but seed, henco it is better to sow it by They lay bare, to tho eyes of his of the occurred when but few of them existed,cases nml to lilnr.on it to all held between tho operator at tho inerror in print lure ytt elimination after death has shown the Llrrr to whom tlioj meet. It is ii(H awyinj strument in 8an Francitco, and tho hand, dropping about two seeds to an wretched children, tho paternal heart have been, cateaslrojy deranged. inch of row, and covering half an of their divine Father. With moro common tiling, cither, lor piiwHwri one at IIrarirContent, and then a It alionld he nard by all pemona, old sod young, whenever any of tho nboro mado to seo how soon a reply inch deep. If tho weather bo dry of balm than the mother's kiss on tho of nowipapera to receive marked cop jinptoirii appear, and the soil very light, it may be cov- fevered brow of her suffering child, Jei of their journali , whero every cr could 1)0 had from Ireland. The Pereon Tramline-- or Wring" In Unsent from hero was as follows: ered an inch or an inch nnd a half. they fall upon our sad and sullen and healthy Localities, by taking a dose occasion ror ii pointed out !jr omo follow who ally to keep the Urcr In healthy action, will avoid m taken time to read them over two "To operator, Valencia Bay Ten In dry weather it ii dodrablo to roll doubting hearts, and melt them to all Malaria, lllllous attack. Dlufneu, Nau sea, Drowsiness. Depression ef bpirita. etc. It Wishes la Inform his Patrons of Stan lord and vicinity that ha hss received soil after sowing. As soon as the penitenco and prayer. "Like as a wui invigorate like a glass ol wine,, but Is no In- or three tltnea to make Hire that he o'clock here; what timo is it with the loiicauug; uererage. you?" Tho reply camo almost instant-ly- 4 plants appear, hoe lightly Ort each father pitieth his children, so tho Lord has not missed nnj: and perhaps, the Goods, and Stock of If Tou linve eaten anything hard ot A Splendid as follows: ''Six o'clock in tho side of tho row, nnd a feW 'days later piticth them that fear Him; for Ho cllgevtlnn, or feel heavy after meals, or sleepcoplos will t3 accompanied oy n letter less at night, uke a dose and you will be relieved first-clas- s behorso-h- oo style. Satisfaction guaror cultivator knowoth our fame; Ho remembereth Which he guarantees to make np in morning, and tho maids are milking run tho asking for a aituation as Timo and Doctors' mil will be) eared anteed, or no sale. Catting and Bepairing neatly and promptly done. The following from the London Print? cows." From tho timo tho message tween the rows. Suiter not a weed to that wo aro dust." by always keeping the Itrgulator In the llonset inrj Time and Lthojraplier may he was started from tho operator hcie, grow, and ultimately thin out the GrtnEi.EY'd Wnmja. A man in For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly of interest to those individuals who until tho reply waa received, did not plants, leaving them four lo six inch-c- i Lawrenco offered a prizo to any ono safe purgntlTr, alterative andIs tonle can never Ik cut of place. The remedy harmless and tlocs not Interfere with business or apart. aro ao anxious to find an error in exceed three minutes. Tho abovo exwho would decipher a note in his pos pleasure. traordinary feat took place under the print: SxiinNOTii or I'Arat. Ono of tho session written Dy Horace Ureeiy. IT IJ rUKKtY VEOETAntK, Calomel or s immcdiato direction of Mr. .Ins. Qam most remarkable things about paper Several persons tackled the chirogra- - And has all the powerofand efficacy ofafter effects, "Probably one of tho worst ao Quinine, without any the Injurious under tho suu is that of a prin. ble, who vouches for tho correctness is its strength. As an illustration of phy, which looked liko a quotation A OoTernor Testimony. Simmons Liver Regulator haa been In use In my ter. His every deed Becks the light of tho above. The distance to Valen- this,-- note on tho Bank of England from ft Chineso paper run through a family for some time, and I am satls6ed It Is a valuable addition to the medical science. ot day. ,Tboio of tho lawyer lie in cia Bay and back makos about 13,000 twitted into a kind of rope, can J Gill Shortik, GoremorofAU. sausage cutter. One man submitted Hon. Alexander It. Stephena, ot Oa., Having bought out S. II. Bnugl.ii.nn, wo will keep dark boxes and between musty shelves miles. The diileronco in time between n. much Bo 320 pounds upon ono this, as the result of his labors: aays Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Uvcr Regulator, and wish to give it a on linnd a nice lot of Horses nnd Buggies, which we tho doctor place hu iutliflerent Sau Francisco nnd London is about 8 end of it and not be injured in tho "Doughnuts fried in lard causes indi further trial. reasonable rntes. Will also board Horses handiwork in tho earth the trades hours. "The only Tiling that neyer fall to will least. There is an article mado of pa-I- gestion badly." Another offered this: RelleTe." I have used many remedies for DysAtrice to a Boy? pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never by the day or week. We are also in man has but hJsciMlomer to flewe, t in the shapo of a small kitchen or "Idiots laugh at Abolitionists, you have found anythins; to to Get away from the crowd a little house truck on wheels used for wheel- bet." A third claimed tho prize with Simmons Liver Regulatorbenefit mesent the extent aud satisfying him, his work is ended. has, I from Minnesota to Georgia for It, and would send farther for OO-A-Hut the printer every ignoiatnus whlio every day, my boy. Stand one ing loads around tho house. The this effort: "I'd knock the stuffin' such a medicine, and would advise all who are similarly affected to give it a trial as it seems the only thing that never falls to relieve. spells over the work of the printer. side and let tho world run bv while side) and bottom of this are mado of outcn him, if he was my offspring;" And will swap for all kinds of Feed, Hope to receive a P M. JaimcT, Minneapolis, Minn. Fellows who woujd And it impossible you get acquainted with yourcelf; nnd finely compressed paper and it is ca- - and u young lady was positivo it read: Dr. T. TT. JInaon any si From actual exliberal share of the patronage of the public in general. perience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in to put twenty letters together gram aco what kind of a fellow you are. pablo of bearing a weighfof five'tons. "Sparking Sunday nights is a whole my practice I have been and am satisfied to use BTANFOHD, ml prescribe It as a purgative medicine. A. Eespectfully, malFcally, will point out with glee a Ask yonrsclf hard questions about There nre bath-tu- bs Kentucky. and pots mado in some occupation. 1 no owner ot tuo t ""Tale only the Genuine, which always fault in his work indeed it is usually yourself; find nut all you can about tho same maimer, bv compressive the noto was Chairman of a lecture i U'rippcr the red Z Trade-Mar- k Ascertain trom original lpai,er innlo out of linen fibers, which J. If. ZEIUN 4 CO. Uii this rlais ni individual who mako it younolt. in 1870 aud tho hieroglyphics HY ALL DRUOT.ISTS a point of finding nut every little dis sources if you nro really the manner of t i,ajntcil over wi'li a composition when translated by an expert read: "I public know tho man peoplo say you are; find out if wnici, becomes part or the paper aud do not intend to lecture this winter. crepancy. Did-ththousands ot difl'crcut character, dif- you arc always honest; if you always j, Tho tub never leak, Yrs., Ac, II. Greeley." Norm V,l A GRAND COMBINATION M, ferent letters and atoms compricd in toll tho iquare, perfect truth in busi or mav , not town Herald. ut ,m ftm mu lifo did they n cm deals; if your lifo is as good and burn. It is nlmost impossible to break a printer's ovcry-daTnE Composing Room. Very few Semi-WeekInterior Journal but know tho variety of altogether upright at II o'clock at night at- it is them, as you can beat on them with a people know why the room in which And the Loulstllle foreign subject he has to act up, rend, at uonn; if you nro as sound a temper- hammer aud not injure them in the a nowspaper is mado up is called a i ' i correct and rcviso day alter day thoy ance roan on fishing expeditions as least. composing room. J. no following, ex Weekly Courier Journal picnic; if would wonder how he kept nut of tho you are at n Sunday-scho- ol It U said that, "as a rulo, tho plains it: After tho paper goes to One year lor 83.BO two papers lor Utile mott than the price of one. lunatic asylum. IJul practice makes you are as good a lwy when you go to "farmers sow.seed too deep. press, a copy is brought to to the ediSTOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. us tl.SO tou will receive for one Tear Bj perfect, and constant friction has rub. Chicago as you aro at home; if, in Small Bceds need just enough cover- tor, who discovers that four or five your l, the borne paper with the short, you really are tho sort of young ing to give them moiHuro nnd darkrepresentative newspsper of the Nmtb, ami the H cmbrnccH Staple and Fancy Groceries, Patent nutl Family Ied oir all tho rough edges from tho typographical errors in his leading best, brightest and ablest family Weekly In the a to United bialea. Those character of tho man of letters-not- hing man your father hopes you are, your ness. Tho soil should be pressed on Flour, Men!, Hacou and Lard, Tobacco anil Cigar, Wood-e- n, not only make him say exactly sai pie copy ot the who desire canexamineat do ao takes effect upon him ho mother says you aro and your sweet fine seed only enough to exclude the what ho didn't intend to this office. Willow and Tinware, GIiish and Qiiecnawnre. Canned say, but can view errors of tho most frightful heirtbeliovcsyou are. Get on inti- light. Especially should this be done arouses a suspicion GooUm of nil klndanHpccialfy. Ilenieinbcr the place, "The iu tno miuua ot Thousands of graves are annually robbed of their description with calninojs. After all, mate terms with yoiiHoIf, my b'iy, very carefully where seeds are sown his readers that he must have been Corner Store." victims. Uvea prolonged, happlncasand health rewhat is an error, grammatical or oth- and, believo me, every time you come immediately before a rain. Many under tho influence of liquor when be stored by use of the great erwise? Simply ao many types out of out from ouo of thoso private inter seeds aro lost and the reputation ot wroto it. He rushes forth, with blood GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! place, that's all, and quito enough, v.ows you will bi a stronger, better, good, honest seedsmen ruined in the in his eyes and murder in his heart, Which positively and permanently rnrea fssijio-triics, (caused by excesses ot any kind,) setltl-I- I but not enough to upset tho cquatnm purer man. Don't forget this, estimation of individuals because fine and denounces every body, from the diseases that It citkHC-HH- , and allloss of energy,follow a and it will do you good. aa printer.."--Chicag- o sequeoce of Sptci ity of tho seeds are sown too deep aud the soil is foreman down to the "devil." It is mrmoiy, uolvrrsal lassitude, pain In the hssol back, Burlington Hawkeye. many men. pressed over much hard upon them. to tho composed manner in which bis dimness of vision, premature old age, and a prev iti,i other diseases that lead to consuinpUon and Tho Washington Krening Star says: Dubhus apostrophises tho rabbit:. A largo number of farmers hasten to revilings aro received by the Intelli- mature grave, atrttend forJ circulars with JEA17EHS IN free by mall. The A VJUOltATUIt by all boxes "Doea the Congressional Record record, "Tho rabbit winks with his nosoW, sow seeds early; they do not wait for gent Printer that the term "compos- la sold at tl per box, or alx free bylur 85, securely mall, druggists, or will be sent if not what is the ute of printing it, sumdmes he duz it with sucbtcfleki the ground to get sufficiently dry and ing room" is attributed. Rochester sealed, on receipt if price, by addressing 113 Adams street, Toledo, Ohio. under pretense that it is an official I hut the ekko agertakes wat littlo tale Varm. It ij.irapo8sjb.lQ to givogener-a- l Express. lI-- l jrj Sole agent for the United States. Babbits haz got other will apply to all of tho proceedings of Con- hczegot lef. transcript directions that A Doe and his Tail fell into a dis but, as a rule, the smaller tho gress? There is not a word In to day's funny tratoi besides, because hezo got pute as to which should wag the othissue of that publication to show that kneze on his hind legs that reatch soed tho lighter should be tho coverer. An itinerant Wasp passing that BTANFORD. KY. thero occurred in tho House of Rep from hiz toze to hiz elboze an' ho sets ing aud the finer tho soil in which way casually remarked: Speaking of last night a eceno which on 'em moro'n ho duz on tho further they are sown." W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. rcrcsentativea ' Tails reminds mo that I possess one no.ouocan fall to pronounce, disgrace- est cud of 'im. Hiz ears is stiflycita Tbo stablo of a Patcrson grocci is which may possibly be influential Site of Staje, 20x60. Eight cotnnlete sets of Seen- ful in tho exticme. Such was the of hiz belongin' to tho jackass family, two blocks from his grocery. His erv bestlnt capacity, including gallery, tw, enough to wag you both." This fa Kcatonabie rates to goou suraciiuua. Addr of- an' wen ho iticks 'cm up tho stars bo- unpleasant truth; yet, Jo read the horso is always uuhitched at tho storo ble teaches that ten cents' worth of aa aliove. Haines, as printed iu tho gin ter gtt ucrvus an raovo out tner at noon, nnd allowed to go to tho staficial proceedings, dvnamito is a bigger man than a llccord, ouo would supposo that all way, mollis wares lurs all tno nun blo to feed. Afterward, when tho Thk "Very Latest." A patent church steeple. tho members had behaved with the yeer an wen they walk yudo think stable-do- or has been taken at Gorlitz, Germany, Salt, Isimo, Cement, Field Sootls, Plows and Farming; is opened, tho hone al Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow. in the garden is aa neccs for an invention which will make it reRotation tho behind part of 'im wuz harder ter ways, walks, of his own accord, back utmost dignity and decorum. Its proceedings nro no lift 'an a burow, but wen you tetch to the wagon iu front of the grocery. eary as in tho field. Different kinda difficult for burglsra to escape detectports of tho Senate bolter. A few dnya ago two members 'em ofTa litenin bug coodent ketckira Recently, while taking this walk, ho of vegetables requiro different kinds of ion. In tho neighborhood of a safe Whilo manuring will help an apparatus iff placed, which on being of that body exchanged opiniotis re- of.yude giv Jim tu daze start.Rab- - slipped on tho ice, and throw a shoe. food. verse of complimentary, but their re- bits iz good ter eat ony if thuro wim-tni- n Instead of going to the store, it s much, it is iu every way desirable to touched, immediately starts an elecg round yti must 'nt menshin the or tier ot planting .every tric light, and at the same time unmarks, although uttered in loud aud slid, ho tnrnedand.wdut to a black-- 1 'bout cats wilo the bankwet is smithjs threatening tones, apparently failed lietter crops will result. covers a prepared plate, on which tho Jie wasj oumbN slyij, burglar's photograph is taken while to reach the ears of tho nfiicial report- goiu' on." rs. Here is a hint for potato-growewaiting his turn. ers, as their report gavo not tho slight No words can express how much used ono quart of sawdust in an alarm is sounded. A keen studcut of human nature A niuu est sigu of what occurred. It it woro tho world owes to sorrow. Most of Not more than one timein fifty does must have written tho following : each hill' o't 'potatoes in oho plot and not for tho daily .papers, the country the Pealms wero horn in a wilderness. sailing ruoiio in another. Tho sawdust hills a clergyman give out a hymn without "Whan you tec a youug muti' SAVE AND DURABLE! would got but' rjtf infperfecf, and Most of tho epistles were written in a down ttrcet shortly after midnight, yiolded nearly twice as much as the adding that such a verso will be omit In fact, there Ii no Kngloo that equals It for rrlc. Simplicity, DuraMUt y and Reliable Work. It Is Mlso,Ideaot what actually occurs prison. The greatest thoughts of tho ' JustTllKKNUINKtoilrlre with collar mashed down his heck, others and tho tubers wero larger and ted. Tho verse omitted is usually the Jn'Congress grealoit thinkers have all passed thro' you can make up your mind there's a smoother. one which tho minister relies on to ffMfn, The physicians in ono of tho hos- fire. The greatest poets havq 'learn- young girl crawling up stairs not far A new religious society of cranks make tho deepest impression. Every CORN SHELLERS, ed iu suflbring what they taught in distant, with her, shoes jiyucr, her sunn calling themselves "The Pcuticost body is sure to read it to find out why PRINTING PRESSES pitals of Vienna bavo mado tho discovery iu dissecting tho song.' In bonds Bunyan lived the and an extinguished lamp in her Band," has been organized at New it waa expurgated. ' body of ono of their patients, that he allegory that ho afterward indited, bauds." .NtnvN, JCIevutorx, Richland, Ohio. Tho fall in fits and Gov. Butler reiterates his belief had carried nbont in his brain an iron and we may thank Bedford Jail for that tbo Fourteenth Amendment fully Journalism can not 1)3 taken up as claim to converse with the Savior. nail covered with rust, that to all up the "Pilgrim's Progress." Tako coma pastimd of uu llllo hour,' or as a spe Prof.: "If you attempt to squeeze covers tho right of women to roto aod pcurnnces must have held its singular fort ufllicted Christians! WhonGod cial moans of gain,' or- - as a stepping any solid body, it will always resist that the United States Supreme Court lodgment sinco early childhood. Tho is about to make pre eminont use of a' MHIn, ctoue to other literary work, and made pressure. Class smiles an5 cites .ex will so decide whonever tho question is uulted-mauvwaav45 years of age, h bookbind- man, ho puts him in a fire. a couipleto success. It requires a la amples of exceptions which prove the presented, . er, and always passed for u thorough Presbyterian. lilltlU'S, cl'C. special skill, rulo. borio.us apprenticeship; Columbia bpectator. PILES ! PILES I PILES I ly intelligent person. Tho nail in Although Kausashav for lLjcars tho result of training and a singl- ehis brain did not scorn to affect his had capital punuishment law, uobody Thero is a creek several miles from l)r. llrmlnu'i Arte lUtroieiu or minded devotion, to tho exclusion of Is a radical cbsDfa fium (ba oM nuueJIea Waynesboro, Ga which Is so highly J'jra In u. TU Ulstuttc is tut mull ol Call at The Iutcrler JohthhI OlHce aud hvoohu unite Ucftlrahle been hanged except by lynchers. has btritofois Providence other fields of labor. TherslnajJoVbiy o caeo on recor rUnder the statue a persou under the impregnated with limo that it will jrsrsof lutldit iloollOc stuJjr and lutcstlgstloa KurIhvh Ih operalloH. ltoutctubcr every KhkIuo Journal, lota to cbsrsclrr of this painful dlseast. To roo- katt uiir KUHrHHtec. IleHil It t oQ a horse's log in pass-iuparallel. Mia." tako tho hair to sentence of death U first imprisoned a t!d you ot lis ureal merit, call oa l'rnojr & Mo guarantee our llookwaller Eogloes to be well aud substantially Wessr to all imrchasers tbst "Dear Mr. JoiTes' said a woman, Hiwcr through it. or W M. WUr, Ml. wruoo, wade, to be sale, simple, durable aod complete In construction; lo woik well aud giro tbo full followand if, at the Allitsr, blsiiforJ. of year la tho penitentiary, intelligent Slid an Weiuaketbe abore guarantee, and sell ou tbe claimed wbeniiroperlyattacbed and manage I "youVemind m'o of a barometer that ana gtt s umylt box free ol ruarje. ing conditions; ls . will giro tbo yuubsaw lbs Brat SO days after tbe antral of the r.nglue to giro It of that time, the death wur Cheney & Co, Jiroprlttora Hall's F. J. England to a friemUhe other day expiratlou a fair aod satisfactory trial, lu rase Ibo Engine fella to come op to our guarantee. o will take bark the is filled with nothing Ia'the upper tto Catarrh Cure, oflcr $100 reward for Mlsa bleu Mart, of Uroctoo, III., says bar nj is signed by the Governor, the bugloe, reload erery dollar melted on tue tugiue. pronuru me purcuaser reiuiua m. r.iiu o up as a boptls coosauillf, but nearesi railroad station, aud Iratee It subject to our order by tbe close otaald Jo days trial. "Xou pam auotu io tor me coav you rant said cue of Catarrh that can't be curejl with hsr "Civiuo Amelia Brown," for a more liberal oiler aud contraj t executiou takes place; but otherwise ry." CerUlnlr no uaniould four botlli of Vrowo's Expectorant cured ber. For lining answered in the are wearing?' i Ifall'e Catarrh Cure. Hold by I'enriT A ale bjrlVuojr A McAllatcr, Stanford, aod Y. M. he,,vyauioocupy,wy upper My, LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Englishman said: the iiuprisouiueut continues. affirmative, the lJW bU McAlliter, Stanford, Ky. .. l'ower Kolne aod Boiler . Weber, Ut. Vernon. ttooo Boiler..... 'A. A. Pulton, Louisville, say : "lie 4Kl'orsa Tower Engine and Holler . Abel Winkfield, Louisville, says: "You could buy it iu England for 15 . .. oil W (Iforne W. Itlbrllo, ef blue Mound, 111., wiltes . Thousand's bear vrtnia to the jkmUIt Tower Dgtna and ... . StO 00 broken-dow- n ,. Horse rower bdgino ana tuner. care 8iirlDrftlelJ. Ublo. ducetl to a condition of debility by curative powers of the Oreit German In- - that Brown's Eipettorsut cured Mat of a serar to 20 shillings, but wero you there you "I was uearly dead from a IJellveied on al tor sale by bad failed cold alter otcrrtblof el Brown's Irou dinrrb4;u.lVo.TV,iJrpn-3H- Bom by 1'enny 1 McAlliter, Stanford, and W. M. Wsbar, 'or furtber information and deecrlpUro pampblet, adJreae tbe manufacturers, constitution. Igorstor, See advertisement. would probably not have, tho ahill-ing83 If JAMEM LEFFJtX A CO., NprlHKHelel, Okie. UU Vernon. Vtuaj & McAlliter, SlanfsrJ, Ky. pletely cured mo." KUen restored mo to good health." Chatauooga Time. tho-sam- S ' WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY PUT Vill, Shouldcr-bUd- BUI M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S ..... Fall H. C. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAILOIt, Winter mca-mr- Stanford, Kentucky; proof-reade- liusi-ncssc- a sus-cn- d t IPe mmw WKIf SITIiVIBILIEI! .ajstid :h:jl:r,:ct:ess shco. -- XAm s ale let at TIIJEl L TRADE, T. NMELLEV, com-mittc- o ire-pn- of. H. C. ly St. Asaph Block, Stanford. GROCER, BRIGHT J Courier-Journa- o Courier-Journ- al ROBBED u, Tele-machu- A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- la ci-se- s, OPERA HOUSE.. Woodon and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, OPBBA HCOTTSE BLOCK:. eny-thin- jrj THE l'OK'iAKiK BOOKWALTER IHtfOINK. , SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. in-d- eod Wood Cotton Gins, Corn FvH.;MiIls, Hay I'rcsso.s, Creameries, .llHlrW cx-cit!- zen is s." '. H . There art 1,123 convicts In the Ken says : "Of all The Courier-Journa- l the Congresses that ever sat, the last lucky Penitentiary, 889 of whom are neIn 04or-- k lltirt are 1,837, 1,000 groes. om that above whose portal the fcelr.fr en roe 4 country can at last, bless God, write Congressman elect Luke P. Poland, 'finis' that whose carcass ws yester- who is visiting Washington, attracts attenMarch 9, 1883 Friday Morning, day turned over to tho common hang tion because be wears one of the man, Publio Opinion, to bo carted to blue swallow tail coals with brass buttons. EDITOR W. P. WALTON, Ida II Hoainer, three" feet, and Itobt. the porter's field, Oblivion, and there M Hntis, three feet six, were married en dumped neck and heels Into tho ditch Wednesday nn the stage of the llrooVIrn Thk Louisville Commercial is doing dug for other dead and decaying ani Museum, of which they are attractions. llerculota labor ia endeavoiisf to mats, though it was by bo tneaM a Mr. John Duncan, editor of the agriadvance tbe Isteretti ol .be State and dumb brute, beincr, m a matter of cultural department of the to procure tke much needed reform in ifornia, b ee bak ameng Ma fact, whilst it snorted and cavorted, a anil Mis Fannie 11 Catseday will be tsar the administration of iU affairs. Uf and Robeson may use very lusty and noisy beast of all the rled In Louisville, on Thursday, March lSlh. a matter of great ImporUnco and his cheek In John Roach's Iron ship lop skied, One of Keifer'a last official acts aa which is now agitating tho minds of yard to head rivets upon. Don Cam- knock-kneed- , web 8esker was (ogive hia nephew a position thoso who know how defective nod eron, who took a largo hand in mak- footed, aa stenographer of the House, for that pm tangle-hairered headed, Discharging an old and faithful em deficient the prcsont document it, it ing tho Speaker, is nearly in tho po- check aproned and Con makes theso very timely suggestions : sition of Henry Ward Beecher when greescs this, or any afflicted people, ploye. The only teat In the new Senate to be "In accordance with an act parsed by he said that he could even wish that bad over the misfortuno to elect, that 61led ia that of Senator Rollins, of New vote, on tho tho last Legislature a bo were dead. Conkling and Piatt, over which Kcifer presided and Rob Hampshire. His successor will not be question ot revising tho Constitution who went into the Keifcr scheme, aro eson was arch angel, will rank in claa elected until June and will of course be a will bo taken in August next. If the floating around on their wits in the sic legend and tho stoty oi Statecraft republican A life convict In the Michigan State people shall vote favorably upon this metropolis tho one trying to get into as the onaricst and the most auda question and ratify their vote at the notice and the other trying to get out. cious I There have been forty seven Prison has just been pardoned out after 29 year's confinement, because of certain proof next succeeding election, then, at tho In short, the larger multitude of the Congresses. If the rogueries and stu that ha Is innocent of the murder of which of another year,. delegates rejected Congressmen have great rea- pidities of tbo forty-siexpiration preceding ones be was charged. may he chosen to a Constitutional son to thank Keifcr & Co. for the wero compacted they would not equal Two cent bank check stamps not used Convention. Under the most favora holiday they are about to take. Whilo the dull villainy and the vapid idiocy by holders by July 1, when they go ont of ble circumstances a convention can he himself, by a much reduced major- of the ne, will be redeemed by the Government if prod need within three years from the not be elected before 188C. Much ity in a powerful republican district, Unless Gov. Blackburn opens his time of purchase. work is needed to preparo the public has come to Congress, he only needs It ia announced that Col. Tom Ochil"great heart" and pardons him, Craft for general aclion 'within so short a persistence iu tho same methods and is as sure to bo hung as the 25th of tree's pay as member of the of the popu temperament he has heretofore shown d time. Whilo Congress Is to be withheld until he settles lation of the State are unable to read to see his successor coming in rapidly May arrives. Ilia attorneys say the certain accounts aa United States Marshal grounds filed for a hearing of the case cf Texas, which is eminently proper. the present Constitution, how can they behind him at sorao later date, even by the Court ot Appeals is very thin A brother of Ellis Craft came to (he be expected to vote intelligently upon if it may bo the opposite political and they havo bat little hope of secur city yesterday from Ashland to tee Ellis, ? desired changes party." . Tho its revision and ing a reversal of tho lower courts but begot his tank full of tangle-foo- t will not be brought about by mere fell down on the street. He wss arretted Tub new Tariff and Internal tax decision. demands for "a new Constitution," no and put in the cooler. Lexington Presa. law is received with general disfavor. President Arthur recently received matter how often repeated. The press The announcement that Mr. C. 11 Its advocates claim that it reduces the a dozen bottles of whisky with a note Heed received $3,000 fot defending Oniteau and public speakers must show whero revenue 875,000,000 but the actual from the agent for it requesting him Is incorrect The 8nate inserted the ap in is tho need for amendment and re reduction is enid to bo less than to tasto of it and kindly send his opin- propriation in the sundry civil bill, but it vision. All who discuss this matter The reduction is made on ion of its quality, to bo used as an in waa stricken out in the Conference Com should ask what are the defects of tho mitlee items that nobody was clamoring lor dorsement. The bottles were returnpresent Constitution and what remedy The new internal rerenue bill con and the law is of no advantage to the ed with a letter stating that the Presis desirable. Without such attention lainS one crumb of comfort for the small poor man, save that he may be able to ident refused to sample them. all the cry for a new Constitution farmers. After May 1, '83, every producer his quack medicines a little cheap exceedmust be set down as' idle talk. There buy On account of the decision of the will be allowed to tell at retail not in the future. The greater portion ing 100 pounds of tobacco in any oneyeir. are some things for the good- of the er of the reduction affects the internal Supreme Court, the value of Virginia This 100 pounds may be told in at many State that we can do under the presrevenue, the tobacco tax being reduc- bonds took a big tumble Wednesday. lots as may be desirable. ent Constitution, and some things founded upon the integrity A bill has been Introduced In the New t ed and taxes on checks, Securities which will not follow, necessarily, the crowd are York Legislature to legalize primary elecof the matches, perfumery, patent medicines, e adoption of a new one. They are (1) Is urged on the tions, and its bank capital, etc., being abolished. what tho Iato William Allen would ground that it would suppress bomiam, the election of competent nnd honest ideality." About 812,000,000 comes off sugar classify aa "a d d barren county-sea- t cliques, and the trading for men to office; (2) the equitable assess News. alone, and as this amount is but bounty oftlcet, which not infreqnentlr mark the ment of properly; (3) the education convention. Treasurer Gilfillan has resign proceedings of the to the New England refiners, it will of our childreu; (4) the building of It. II. Crutcber, a clerk in the L & not make tho article lower in price. ed to accept the Presidency of the better roads; (5) the encouragement N depot at Louisville, and member of the The whole thing is in the interest of New York Union Trust Co. A fow Legion, died yesterday from the eiTecta of of the men of money and is so framed as years ago he entered the Government NVabhinqtox correspondent tells to remit some taxes but retain in office service at 81.200 per year. His rec illness contracted during the Grayson cam A paign. The arrangements for the trans, how the whisky men will get even all the tax collectors, while the other ord as a public officer has been above portation of the troops were very poor, with tho government for not extend part (the tariu) is so cumbrous, so reproach, yet he goea out of of- and more than one waa made dangerously III. ing the bonded period and at the same complicated, so full of confused and fice a rich man. A novel injunction waa granted in reduce the revenue confusing provisions that the manutime materially New Haven, Conn., recently, which forces The Educational CouleremO heretofore collected from their pro- facturers, in whose interest it was inby that indefatigable worker in Irwin Bronson, on account of his extreme duction. The plan is to export their tended to act, aro already protesting the interest of our Common Schools, cruelly to hia wife, to leave hit house with stocks in bond and thereby not only against it, and one of tho largest of Judge W. II. Beckner, of Winches- his personal property, pending the result of proceedings instituted by hit wife. gain timo but prevent the over-prthem declares it in some respects the ter, has been fixed for April 5th, at divorce The injunction permits him to tee Tils duction from being thrown on the worst tariff he ever saw. Frankfort. Representative men from child only one hour each day. market. This can be done under sec Lt Harber, who waa tent to search for all parts of the State signed tho call. The Frankfort Commonuealth very tion 2,500 of the Revised Statutes, the missing Jeannette crew, writes from candidly admits that the Governor During tho past three yean ivory Iktisk, Siberia, under date of Nov. 6. ul which provides fur the exportation did a "grave wrong" in offering immu- has risen at least 100 per cent, in val regret to state that no trace of Cbipp or and reimportation of any merchan nity to the rascal who would kill the ue, and pearl, which is also largely his party or hit boat his been seen by na dise which has been manufactured or editor of this paper because he had used in hafting cutlery and other or any of the natives. It it probable that produced in this country by the payI cummunicated with every native of the ment of a customs duty equal to the criticised his official course, but doubts goods, has advanced very materially Delta rand with those who were near the whether he made such an offer. It is in tho same period. Internal . Revenue tax on the article. coast" Under this law the distillery ware- not necessary now to go over the mat Under the new Tariff Bill the duty on NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. houses, ship it to the seaboard, export ter again, but at the time we asked tilt stands aa at present, 12 cents per one Win, Lyon fatally- thot his divorce! It in bond, and then reimport it with- the legislature to impeach him we wife it Cleveland, and then killed himself. hundred pounds in bigs, sacks, etc., ami eight cents In bulk. The salt clause con gave the names of unimpeachable out being subject to the heavy import The thermometer at Fort Fairfield, witnesses by whom we proposed to Me , Tuesday, registered forty degrees be tains lite old outraiceous provision that the duties levied on spirits of foreign man New Kogland fish packers can get their ufacture. When it returns to this prove his words, and had that body low lero. free of duty, while pork and beef pick-er- a A fire canting a low of $250,000 and tilt country it can remain in the bonded been otherwise than a set of arrant and other consumers of the article have would have been deprived three Uvea, occurred in Nashville Wednes-da- y to pay the onerous tax. warehouse for one year for the pay coward, he night. of the office he has disgraced. Another "prominent democrat," thlt ment of tho Internal Revenue tax of nickel, There are 3,000,000 of the new irom rranaion, nss oeen uguring in ninety cents a gallon, and two years Gen. Jasies A. Dawson, formerly already in circulation, but not one has one Louisville Commercial and be furnishthe of a penalty of of Kentucky, has been appointed shown itself here. longeron the payment es a table to tbow that 283 votes will be in hanged at Middle-burUriah Mojer 10 per cent, on the tax or nine cents Judge of the Superior Court of Denstructed for Knott. 229 for Jones and 1C0 Pa., yesterday, for the murder of per gallon. But a better system still, ver, Col., whcie he has been residing Gretchen for Owsley, and that of the uninstrucled Kintiler in 1877. vote Knott will get enough to give him which is being extensively adopted, is for some years, practicing law. Col. Special advices from New Orleans to export tho whisky to Liverpool or W. O. Bradley will move to that city place the number of Uvea lost by the atea-m- 321 on the firtt ballot, Jones 243 nnd Owi ley 173. Necessary to a choice 372. Bermuda and leave it there in bond in April, and it wont be long before Yazoo disaster at eighteen. With reference to tsx on banks the Malione and his shadow, Riddleberger until it is actually needed for home wo will havo to publish that ho has retarifi law provides aa follows: "That have aelected seaUon the Republican aide new consumption when it can be reimport ceived some good appointment. We the uxea herein specified imposed by the of the Senate chamber. Good. ed. Tho freight hither and thither is hope so, at any rate. lawa now in forte, be and the tame are The Michigan State Democratic Conhereby repealed aa hereinafter provided, so small an amount that as not to fig vention endoraed the plank of the National The "Great Flood in 1983" is the via: on capital and deposit of bnnka and ure much in the calculation. subject of a very entertaining aud re platform, "a tariff for revenue only," bankers and of National banks, except e cases If the defenae in the Dukino the eight years from 1873 markably imaginative article of nine now due and payable, and as Stmi-Mctfil- ii IntawrlMraxI 3, - ky. tho lie has disgraced, heartily de posltioa spised by every body, iaeiucmg hm party allies, who aro shocked to find a man so utterly devoid of conscience or principle. Kven "Gat!." whoso republican sentiments ever and anon pop out, though he corresponds for an alleged democratic paper, devotes three columns to a caustic criticism of bins, asid shows how he will almost be akme go of Calla the next Ceogreee. Sprakkr KntrKiicoei out of t old-tim- e "f Courier-Journa- l, stage-horse- -- bow-legge- sway-bscke- bandy-shanke- e ihort-frocke- forty-sevent- Forty-eight- h one-thir- 835,-000,00- Buadsy morning and evenlag. Dr. McKte, of Danville, la assisting the psstor, Dr. Randolph. In a protracted meet PHARMACISTS Ing at the Presbyterian Church. At yet, paitaas ix- there have been no additions, but considIs being manifested. erable Interest DrnRri. Bookfl, Mtj Illgney, of Casey county, his :'? ""of been spending a few dtya with his son, riiTsyelsns' preset Iptlons accurately componn-lelAlso W. O. Illgney, of this place. The Major It a prospective candidate for the State Senatorthlp. He has served two terms in the Lower 1 loose, and will no doubt, If nominated and elected, make ns a good Largrrt Stock of Watrhrs, Clocks, JcTftiry & MlrcrTfar Senator. He haa already many warm friends In this vicinity. Rver hroagtit tolhtsmsrket friers Lower thin Witches, Clocks ind Jewelry lie Ih towd The Directors of the lncaster and pslrol on short mtiresnd Wsrrsnted. Richmond Turnpike Road Company wets fined $10 and cost each, for falling to file In the proper manner and at the proper lime, an annual report of Its financial con dllion, aa rt quired by law. The County Attorney will proceed against the direct ors of some of the other Turnpike Comsmt most popular line ol Agricultural Implements end In order In get control of lbs panies for the samo neglect of duty. Vehicles, sndslso In order loensbl in to pun haw in such qnsntlllrs to obtain lb Isrgeil dls. Mr. W. O. Anderson returned Tueseountasnd IowmI raid of freight, I base eslsbllsbeil brsnch IVsrslloonu sn.l Agents st HuitoOTlMs ' feel sure w ess oner lbs r'irnieri day, from Paris. He leporla that Judge Lancnster ind Richmond, ind under this irrsngement, Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. Owsley was there Monday, County Couit I keep on hsnds tt all times at my severs! Wsr day, met a gieat many of the leading men a Isrgo stock of In that section of the country, and made quite a favorable Impression, Many of there declared themselves for the Judge, lie thinks that the Judge will secure the unanimous vote of Bourbon county. Mr. J. K. Faulkner, Jr.. son of Col. J. K. Faulkner, Surveyor of Customs, Lou- isvlllr, Ky , hat been appointed Chief of Staff to Gen. Wro. J. Matklll, ol Chicago, Commander of the Third Grand Division Sons of Veterans, with the rank of Colo nel. Gen. Maakill is one of the most prominent Irishmen In the United Slates, and a warm personal friend nf General Sheridan. For years be his been a leading member of the Grand Army of the Republic, and it now a Major General commanding the Third Grand Division Sons of Veteran. His district Includes eleven Statea of the Union. This appointment will, very likely bring the young Kentuckian In contact with some of the first military men in the country. RhrrIch, C'HrriHKOH, SiirlHR Whroiih, I'ariH U'hkhk, I.ej- - War-enM- , Laps-le- y Hev. J, M. Urucf, of Stanford, will preach at the Biptlst Church, this place, P-Hux- y & IP i ft (Sfes cuicLo3PRry Stationery and Fanoy Articles. . ATTEI.TION, FARMERS! ,.. LASUHTKat aDTLKTISKIESTS. H. O. KAUITMAN, - ATTORNEY A.t I.AAV, LANCASTER, KY. one-hal- Muter Commissioner Girrsrd Urttilt Court. Will prattle In all ths Courts of Oarrard and idjotntng counties tnd In ths Court of Arrests- - Jlahone-Riddhber- ger pas-ag- Public Sale ! flavin sold mr firm. 1 wilt offer at nubile out cry to 111 highest bidder on lb preml.es. In (isr- rsm counir, Ky , z;, nun irora unca-ic- r, oh ioe A Crib Orchard pike, on e THURSDAY, MARCH 13,185.1. Ths following stuck One pair largo work Mules, Katlroad Csns, Kcspers, Mowers, Hay Kskea, tirsla Drills, HrosJoe.t a milk Cdws, C Ca see, 1 Ilelfsrs, hulls; llirrova, f ulaay IWbead Mo. 1 Cbtawold Kwes brsl to (In ri.,wa,Wa!Uogaod lUdlng Culllnlon, Corn Drills, Cra Ilantrrs, Iced Cutlers, Cirn bhellera, lamDucks ssd will brain limbing almul Potters, and many stber Hems er.' tbe 1st of April, about 75 mountain Kwes, with about u Lambs. I Oil yearling Ootswold Wethers and Ewe. Hay, Corn, Farm I oc Inplciasnts. Ac., Ac Alio a qosnllty or Household aid Xllcben Furniture. Tsrtni liberal and made known on dsy of sals. IM-- lt 1 proposed JOIIX II. TteoBf'OCK. Citizens National Bank. 13, isas. WlIKtsia. by utlifactorj evident presented lo tbsun crslgned. It bss beeo roads to appear tbsl tbs Cltlirna KatlonsI Bank ol Lancaster, In the town or Lancaster, la tbe counts of Uerrard and etsta of Kentuckv. bss compiled with sit tbs prolam also prepared lo furnish price ind ratlmitM of all kinds of Koglnca, Bsw Mills, Tkrhlag Ma United visions of lbs IUtUcJ Hututes or lb States required lo Ins compiled with before an ssao- - chines, Hsy Tresses, Straw Hlatkers, WlnJ Mil s, Horse Towers, and various other kinds ol machinery. bus)-nes- e, ctstlon snail taautnonteu to commence us of banking. Now. tbtroore. I. John J. Ksoi. Comptroller of Parties In want of toy gools In my Una will lb Cuirrncy, do hereby certify tbst IbaCtllsens National llank of Lancaster, In ths town of loose nothing by seeing mi before purchasing In tbe county of (Jsrrsrd snd gists of Kentucky ts sulborlsod to commscc the business ol banking as protldsd In clecUon 3,169 of tho lUelecd btstutes of lbs United S tales. In testimony whereof. Witness taj band and sealofvmce IblsISJ dsy oflehrusrv, ISSS. o Tsuii-aDaeaaTuisT. Omca or CourrioLLsa or tiic Cuessxcr, r WllUIMUTOM, In. lJJ-J- m No J.saJ Ccmptroller of tho Currtocy jour. j. l.Mox, A Texas Farm For Sale! I will sell or cicbanga tat Farm In Texas fur Lincoln or Hoyla counlands In Oarrard, Mill-o- n, ties. Thla faria la situated In Tarrant county Tcsss. about IS or 14 miles South of the cltr or Fort Worth and about same dlslaoco North of ths City of Cleburne, In Johnson county. Contains aXO Acre ol Aus land, all under fence, with a good barn upon II aad good water on place. It It wall land and on a high plateau located for raising cattle, between two ne'er falling streams wsttr. It Is about one inlle East of tho surveyed route of the Fort Worth A Klo Urands E. 11.. which will be completed tu a nort lime, and alio about a miles WeatollhaU C. A Uanla Feo 1L K. now In operation from Ft. Worth to Ualrestoo. This farm is In tbs great cotton aud w heat raising section of forth-n- n t'exas and sery desirable for any one wanting to farm or ralsa cattla Also bar on the place a small bunch of Short Horn 'Heifers with call and onaflnahbort Uoru Bull, a Years old IblsbDrlniR also farming Implements, that I will frada with 11 ths place. aaes.asK Wl-l- a Lancaster, Ky Jan. II. ISS1 a? aBft jgwBgel 3 Craa) jj-- """--a t gassssssssssssssssssssssp.4. IKilauietoo S rlns Toot1! Harrow Ialsihsndla drain snd ftmlsot all kinds, Hsy and Wool, IW also iu hipettnlly if GEORGE D. WEARE1Y, Stanford. Cmr.KN A U'IM.IAMN, Manager! (UollnsSolkey riow 4 er Hustonvllla Depot w. i.. wrriii.itN, Manager Lancaster Depot; j, HiJiii;a, Star-rout- to 1880 criminal prosecutions cost this Bute $1,282,090.42. The figures for the first named year were 880,111.59 and until Gov. Blackburn took a band at tho helm, the amount for uo year exceeded 8129,700 54; when it jumped up to 8234,028 58 the first year, to 8329,710,07 the second on to over 8400,000 last year. Does oven the fool want better proof that his infamous pardoning policy is bringing ruin and destruction upon tho State? And yet there are boot licks and toadies, who prate about his administration being one that will hand his name down to history as the purest and best ever known to the State, columns in last Sunday's Louisville Commercial, The writer shows much genius iu its composition by bringing in a number of the decendants of the present generation in a very' laughable manner. There is no such office as Lieuten- ant Governor in Georgia, but the President of the Senate succeeds to the Governorship on the death of the Governor, and his duty Is to order an election at once to fill the vacancy. J. S. B)ynton has been inaugurated Governor of that State and has ordered ail election to occur April 25, and called au extra session of the Legislature to couut the return and inaugurate the new Governor. The candidates announced before the body of Gov. Stephens bad hardly gotten cold are IhyuUw, Blount and Jack on. The effect of now type, with quotation markr, and a power press, is very decided on tho Hopkinsville South Kcntuelian. As fond as we are of it, it was a task to read it before, but now it is bo bright and clear that we can lay aside our specks and peruse its in teresiing columns with ease and pleasure. Ake wo to havo another Gubernatorial candidate ? Tho Hart county democrats, or a few of them, have in meeting recommended Gen, Simon B. Buckner as a suitable candidate for Governor. The General will have to get up and diut if be catches up with other "hosses" in the race. is drawn out as long aa the prosecution has been, men will forget what the trial ia about. The Supreme Court haa afQrmed the Constitutionality of the Kiddleberger repudiation bill pasaed by the Virginia Legislature. The next U S.Senalo will contiat of 38 republicana, 30 democrat and 2 inde pendent Mahone and Riddleberger, of Virginia. Away up in bleak Vermont, the State offices wero closed and the Capital flag at half mast yesterday in honor of Governor Stephena. Forty-odhouses were swept entirely away by the flood at Lawrenceburg, Ind., and 170 badly wrecked. The total damage d such taxes on and after Jul 1, '83, the stamp tax on bank checks, drafts and orders." are T Garrard County DEPARTMENT. ItOMT. K. WEST, TZdltor. LANCASTER. I Consisting of II. II. UKAKKN, fCom lMiDtf a Hswsgcr .1 Klchmond Depot fpy 11 One Hundred Oases Canned Goods, Calirorala Aprlcetn, GrecH Gage I'Iiiwh, SlHr TowHtecH, Yartaenth CorH, KeuHetl'ti I'eachca, JEWE your special attention to the I desire to call ia $133,000. The municipal election in Portland, Maine, resulted in the moat sweeping democratic victory for year. The ball continues to move. The Publio Printer haa stated that it la necessary to purchase presses and machinery to the amount of $50,000 to complete the reports of the tenth census. There were (tailed from the U. State Patent Office Tuesday, 455 patents, the largest cumber in one week ever Issued In the history of the office. Secretary Folgcrhaa given In Instructions that the word "cents" be placed on the piece In order to meet the re new quiretnenta of the law. The Hot Spring! property, In iiatb county, Va., containing 1,100 acres of land, hotels, cottages, batht, and numerous bull dingt,1iM been sold for $100,000. five-ce- Judge Rout. Riddell, of O wings ville, has announced himself against Judge Hargls in the next Appellate Judge election, and thinks that he can get away with the "Boss," oven in his mouutaln stronghold. inn I.exiDgton Transcript now a morning daily, and the Fret is mad der with it than ever. Mrs. Dr. Wm. Huffman hu been quite ill for several days. Two rabid doga have been killed during tbe put week, near Ant loch Church, In this county. The remaining CO per cent, of the Common School fund for the year ending July 1st, '83, ia now ready for distribution at the National Bank. son of Mra. Scott A fell on an open barlow knife which cut quite a gaab in his stomach, through which some of bis bowels protruded. Mr. B. M. Burdstt will leave in a few daya lor Florida, to assist in settling up the estate of the late Dr. Steve Burdetl, who led considerable property in that State. Mr. R. II. Tomlinton, Chairman of the Democratic County Committee, desire a meeting of taid Committee at hit law office on next County Court day, A full attendance is desired. Mr. Jno, H. Woodcock will have a aale of hia stock, consisting of work mules, cattle, sheen. Ac. and household and kitchen furjiilurs on the farm be recently sold, 2) miles from town, on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard Turnpike, on Thursday, March the 16th, '83. twelve-year-ol- SasWsrSf-eawasBwawagwaaaSjVj-2fl 1 B IfWvT gwawawawwawawS perfection in operation, taste M which for utility, durability, BAKGB9 4 isgwaaswf tw " in ornamentation, unequalled. is ! Piae Applets, NirlHg HeHHi, TDE3CE3 TZSLXISIGc Ojaterft. ate. vTgavav OF TDHCEi JFIE331a2D VwW wMW Alio, a let of aew Mackerel. Sagari and Coffees ia abundance, aad Price extremely Low, at the "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER, KY, GEO.D.BUllDETT&CO., I'leprietois. HFiruiert tud I'luwuitu, listen Ollrcr (.billed Mttal will not wrrode; tbs beiileitiust wlllrsiaovs la t few minutes. ThiOllvir lis Cantir Draft ('low, baring sloping linibldi, which doas awty wills ths pressure fuund In straight landiIJa Mows. The Oliver baa hundreds ef liultatoit,-- no losnufsctu-r- er will Imitate an infcilir I'low Tbo Oil tor has a record unparalleled In tbs blelory of Flowa. Your neighbors will tsll you lo BUY TJIEOUVElt, and Isks no other, W. H. HIGGINS. 1 SmMtehlii3nltriQrBunraI - Friday Moralnfj, A ' SIANffOBD, 3C1T. - - March 0,1883 N. LOCALTIME CARD. Nnrthtoand Passenger pasae Stanford ftjmhbound " LOCAL NOTICES. it 0.501. i M. JOOr. w. Hot Paint of Penny A McAIIater. Fiantxo Tacklt at McKobtrte A Stagf', A Hiagg'a. New atock of Jewelry and Silyerware at Penny A McAlliterV tiAKDncTii'd (lardeit Peed, In bulk and In paper, at Penny A Mc A lister'. LAnr.rriiA()erden8edat MeRoterta iV'i WATCllM,Clncka and Jewelry repaired and warranted by Penny A McAlltter. Kui.I.lock of Fietiing Tackle of til kind can now be found at Penny A McAlister'e, PERSONAL. MlM MATTIEl'lNfflDME It Titililig MIm Lucy Tate. IUv J. A. HcxJLt wan well enough to commence fall acbool at Turnerarllleyee rc;. ;i' ttrday. Mm Mattib mitii, of Garrard, who hat been flatting Mra 1'. I), Myera, returned home Wtdneaday. II. M. IUi.lou, who haa been raer chandlalng at Xickernon, Kama, haa re turned home to remain. MimPaolinb (J hi Mr relumed from a tltit of eerrrel monlha to MIm Lou Lane, at Cuero. Text. Mm Vi T UrccM haa gone to Wt her daughter, Mte, John (fcnant, In Hell county, and will remain sometime. Miu Maim t a LiVlNOrro, who ha been ill for sometime, wa woree jratcrilay, but filenda hope It In mjlf temporary. Mm Ella Potter, of Lincoln coun ty, receded a diploma at the Commercial Lexington Trtntcrlpt. College ylerday. MlM 1'AKTHEA McKlNNKY haa one to HyatUTille to Tlalt her older, Mra. Wm. lloytton and ber lillle nauitaake, "Panay." Mm Matjib N'twooMii, of Ml. Vernon, waa here Tueaday, en route to Paint Lick, where her aunl, Mra. .Smith, ta 111. serl-oua- ly If. Mm S. P Welm and daughter, MUa Jennie Buchanan, uf Crab Orchard, were here yetterday. Mr. We I la made an examination of our Opera House with the vliw uf building one like it In her town. Mxmhm A C. Meakcium and. J VT. Hurley, the firat and aecond lenora of the Winrd Oil Cbnpanr, belde being good alnera, are eery pleaainl gentlemen Indeed and made a runst faeorable iwprexeiuii while here. They are a credit to their company. Mr. 0 Oune, of Ztnearille, Ohio; Mr. 11 era, of Muskingum county, Ohio; Mr. black, of Circlerllle, Ohio, and Mit of Wichita, Kanaaa, and Mr. of Virginia, are at the Si Aeaph Hotel, ronaulllng Meeara. Francia A Miller to regard to real axial LOCAL MATTERS.' ' Seed Oat at KVAroilATirt W at II. Hlggln V. Fuowtn 8eeiw T UreenV lVache aud Apple at II. C. Iirlgl.lV LAMtiami'a and Ferry' Garden Heed at W. H, HlgdCn' A LAWiEaud cOMrLt.Tr auwjrluirnt of Garden cWoUat Ilrurr, Warren A CjV and Call and try S S. Myet' One excellent chewing ami aiuoklng tobacco. ciir FULL and complete line of Furniture at Price down to rock tat- B. K. WrarenV torn. . Jl'trr rereited, Orange. Lemon, Banana, 11 L Malaga Giee, CoO'anule, Ac, at .Bright'. i Mr. 1). A IUuoHba retired from thr caneawfor rrprewotatlre, leaTing atlll tbreTllciimnnd In the field. - You tre certain to net Northern ed potato II you buy frum W. H Higgm, a they are ahippeil directly from Michigan. r you hare nut been vaccinated you had heller be. The negro who had tbi ta (Sunday riotutd, waa here at church lat night. lying on Lan Farm of 80 acrea, in cuter pike, 2 mile from town, for al or rent and horae and buggy for aale. B O. Altonl. m Lawaon loal hi houte and nearly all of It content by fire, a few night agj. The fire originated in the kitchen. There waa uo insurance, Fint--Oeorge grs Wnare the only houtelnjowu lhat car- ry a full line of California canned good Canned gooda of all klnda handled on loweet poaalble margin by cane or dosen 11. 0. Bright. The man who transfer the mail at June tlon City failed to do o Wed need ay although he had ten minute time between aa Ihi the train. Such carelei-nee- a ought to coal bim hi alluaiion. effect than bare groe fnun Williainahurg are to the that no cur of email pox other those deeeloped a week or two ago, appeared Three or four of the ne firt attacked haee (lie.). The underpinned having rented and refitted "the old Miller Itouae, nn Stanford Street, In Lancaaler, they aie prepared In entertain the ttartllng public Special ratea to Commercial men. Martin A Salter There I quite bonni in telephone here now. Henry Bright I to connect hi atore with the Junction; th Bufialo Mill wilt run a line into town; Dr Carpenter will connect hi' office nd home; Will and other pro hi atore and led are ipoken of "loi ii'imerom to u tlon " At Ht'gTOHViLLB National Bamk their ineellnir Wednedar the tockhnlder elected nine dlrectora aa followi: Mtaara. J. P. Bide, T J, B'jblnaon. Dr, J. P. Flan-wrOil J W Weather ord, Jno D. Car penter.W H.MoAnlch, W. F. T X)J'Vr, V U. Y .well A Indicated, MrJee P Uifff, waa cbiwn Preaident, Ml Mr J. W llncker. Oiahter The In atltuii'in will e Ibe Matot.lt; building for Banking Houte. Hig-gln- a m-Carj-enten-- For full tartlculare. Mtofto.nl Ar .uI.Iim. . V. TKDKllt-.AItr- . rlrl,.Hl. of the Stanford Sportitanford, Lincoln Co.. lit. r-A o of 2251b hog told in MaICY. ing Club are becoming eiperta. It It re- rlon thlt week at Ge and 22 head of 1,400-l- b ported that U champion member, Bob cittleatS71 per head. HY. McAIIater, will challenge Bogardti and The New York cattle market yrtterday eihap Carver. waa active and cloed tteady, Jc higher; W will now pay special attention to The communication algned "Many Ca- extreme $07 25 live weight; general rey Democrats" come under the head of talet at $6 300 03 per cwl. arODHTOM Call at the Interior Journal office anjnymona communication and of courae We promise to give satisfaction, and wbn dealred will clre Talent Flour for tvheat. Can make Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. goe to the Even one little and get your Horae and Jack Printing either bolted or unboiled meal. name would have ainured It publication. Th only line running 110done. We do it In the moat approved McALINTF.R A NALLEE. manner and at the lowest price. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS Johm Wickemham wai arreited yealer-daBlue-Gra- ss J. II. Woodcock, retr Lancaster, Farm For Sale! by Coronor W. J. Danghcrty and sale of hi personalty, Including brought to town, charged with a breach of I offer lor aale. nrlvalelv. nr farm of7 Acre. many bead of mule, horse, cattle, Ac, to peace. He la aiid to have thrown a atone of excellent bind, with Urge brick and occur March 15lh See "ad" elsewhere. iramaretiatncecomuinca, or ten rooms, aritnm at Craig Skldmore and we tuppoae the of mil of lha new Stanford A !Teacheretill pike. John E. Ltisby, of Owen county, had a New orchard, freah and medical water In abun fenre conaiated in III failing to hit hit dance. Improvementa Including a neat LeuiHTllIe, Cincinnati and I.cx ewe lodroTi'three'larnbt," none "of 'which BOtLE COUNTK Bark. The trial wa put of till Monday. tenant house. In graai, 03 acrea, and balance tilliiKlon, Ky., were the same color. One waa black, one lable Timber abundant. Church and school- Danville. houae near by, and the neighborhood unexcelled. The Columbia Spectator aaya the man white and Ihe other spotted like a Icopird. It la not often that such a desire Ma farm la lor aale. Danville lit two inhabitant, Mr. Title perfect. Addreaa me at Stanford, Ky , or DudleyiPerkV farm of 160 aire one Wm. Gynn and Phebe Berry, who may whoatole John D Criwntr'a horae proved live can on meat tnerarm. to be an eected convict and taken back to mile from Georgetown told at $90 per acre; to celebrate their centennial, both being MRS. HARAU COOK. Connecting In aame depot with Out train lor D A.Baugh Withdraws. hi old place In the penitentiary. There 130 lamb to be delivered in June or July ElUor Interior Journal: past their year. 3NTe-Owning to sicknes in my family, re were grave doubt in the mind of the told at $3 25 per head and 200 barrels "of A thief entered the sleeping room of quiring my constant pietence at home, I Meaara. Carpenter about hi being a con- corn at $1.76. Time. Mr. Jetae McDonald, of thla coufity, on am unable to prosecute a active a canvass The Direct Ronte to Lynchburg, Dan thought to Saturday night and stole $25 from hit vict, and they thought they were badly Stanford It Representative aa I Having concluded to remove to Texaa, I offer for for the nomination a t ville, Norfolk, aaleuy treated by the County Judge, who refuted jio"e ihe Unrest vineyard owned by any would wish, therefore I have thought it pocket. No arreata. beat to withdraw from the race I shall Ilc?iiiciicc A. IliiHliiefta Hguhc, In ,el them bring their prieoner' here for individual anywhere in the wnrld. The An audacious writer over the nom dt ever cherith with pride the recollection of trial. Combined In one, tltuated In tbe town of Crab Or- All Virginia and North Carolina vineyard at Vina, Cal., embrace 3.C00 plume of "Mercury" indulgea in tome fear the kindneaa of those who offered me their chard, Ky., on Lancaster atreet. Th building la .Points. atorlea lilah, 80 1 J) feet and To The Pes. .Sheriff J. L ilempMH, acrea, all In thriving vine. seek to rc- - two and fully plain talc in Sunday'. Louiaville encouragement and support and For ticket and further Information, apply to la 20x40, In all eight rooma The The wheat crop of Ihe county It com- Commercial, in writing about the late Dr iMn ineir kocu win bihi of Knox county, with Jno. W. Hemphill with counteraand abetting ntcelyand properly ar- your neaest ticket office, or address ranged, with all the outbuilding neceaaary to conD. A BaUOH. Highland, Mar 7lh. and Jamea Smith, lodged Jauiee Berry In ing out wonderfully in the latt few day R W. Land! and matter in Danville. JAMIJ4 C. ER.NT. venience and th Lite ol the moat fastidious, and Uenl Southwestern Agent, an abundance of pure water for drinking and jail here Wedneaday night en route to the and blda fair to make a fine yield. Clark Mr. Joseph Faulconer "on Wedneaday 810 W. Main St., LouUiille. Ky. household putposca.liaautlful elude and fruit tree MTf ATJTKnTlSEBESTS. County Democrat. The same report cornea received an order from Davenport, Ia , fnr penitentiary with him. Berry goe up for adorning and beautifying the entire piemlaes, all C. W. SMITH, In a good and bealtby condition. Any one desirII. W. FULLER. 15 year for th killing of Speed Bryant in from many other part of the Slate. 1C0 biuhel of "Blount' Prolific" white (leu'l I'an'r Ag'i. ing a cheapyet valuable, residence, ainooa- a clevOan'l Manager, Ulchmond. Virginia. crowd In town. seed corn. Mr. Faulconer regards thla va NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS ! er and prosperous people, would do well to call Parii Court The murderer waa a November hat and examine the picnilae belore purchaalng light. 200 riety a the beat corn for either bread or Amount of tlock on market wcaklv looking aprcinien aome Iwtntv-ndTerrae reasonable. K-JOHN r. NTKOOE. head of cattle offered and generally snld at cattle purrxi'e that he haa ever raised Sealed prepowli tor the construction of a year old and yet It took three great men to guard lilm The Auditor I to 5 cl fnr Mocker, with good demand Specimens grown by him took the Itt pre BTONE WATEn-TATtI- E will be received till Onle broke mule told, ranging from $100 mliim at the exhibition held by Commit In front ot the ahould refuae to pay the third man. and plana Saiutday. March 17 ISM. "' Itljht affice to $175 per head. can be seen at Judge Brown tinner Bowman of the Agricultural Bureau to reject any or all blda. K. W. Baowjf, AxoTlir.ii Alarm Tun-da- y the newa Metar Burge, Centre A C)., have J. BLilM. t Frankfort hit fall. Tlnleed originally Kt 2t came to town that a nero nametl Charlra told the following lot of mole-- : To Ed M. C, 1'oaTU.K. came from Iowa. D. ffiqUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RrH Bent'ev, who had been working on the Sinner, of Pennsylvania, 21 large broke at STANFORD, KY., ...J II .g Mr. Shack Le ha returned from Kan HiUa-rallmad, hill come to the houae of Jim $1 80; lo Levi Miller, ot Pennsylvania. 22 THEOREAT sas City, Mn , accompanied by hi brother, Jone-- , on Mr. John Batighman' farm and Dealer In- email at $110; to 8 D doff Clark county, Mr. Ja. A Lee, who haa been living at that It wa thought that he had ainnll-po4 extra broke at $175 a, nviw... ala Independence, In that State, for tome time Desiring to quit farmluf, T . n Dr ICeid went nut and found that he bad . .At a tile in Fayette a lot of cattle Capt A. II. Goodloe, of the regular army, or firm of li!i Arret, llii.fAil nn lha town or A llustonTllle turnpike, adjacent to tne audi at headache, supposed to welith 1,050 lo 1,100 pound, ivinptoui ol the dia btatlon. aoldlerfy-looklnltustonvlll and IK '"Ilea from gentleman, waa to Dan tram pain In the back and nauaea, but had not brought $70 05 per head; yearling $40; a Tner art on th place a good Maya house, eonvenlsntly arranged stable, and other QTJEENSWAItE, broken out. Wedneaday, the ayrutoiu calve $27 50; yearling Jjelfer. $300)45; rille Wednesday. Gil. Bawldw!n,of outbuilding. An abundance ol atock water the ville, left for home Thursday morning year round. II you a productive farm and were till more pronounced ani the doctor theep located, wllh regard to turn-pl$58 50; brood aiwt $15(35; mule Mr. P A Marks, who haa been on a buai on thai la desirably want achoola and community, found on reaching the houae that the other a, $140I83; hor-- e $S0100; com $2 per i.e trip to New York, returned via Wash and at railroad a, churchea,com and ae mine. a reasonable price, negroe hd it, leaving the man litrrel ington City, arriving here Tuesday. He llnitonTllle, Ky. -- At MIe ArrVmlih' aile on Tne llS-lalonr alncr th night brfiire i YteleNlaylx-wen- t brought with him several of the new and nut again and pronounced, It afwwl- - day, near Bethel, stock and train told at t Itaue of piece Wltlioul Change and with Speed Unrlraled deeeloptd caaeuf varioloid "'"Tli pmr fel the following prlee : 14 head ot sheep at quickly tuppreed r gold piece $5 er head; 25 head of hoirt averagod $7; They much referable low ia b? bim-e- lf and it teem alinoat im iw-SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE resemblance being the cause of their p iviMe In gel any one to no and attend three head of yearling catlle, $''5; 500 the ntOll LOUISVILIC TO THE & suppression. The curious can tee them at bushel corn In crilf t 45 rent per bushel; him . Mr Marks' establishment on Main street. Chicago Tried to Take IIiu In It ha leaked 4,500 buahcl of wheat at 91c per bushel. A musical club composed of young laCarlisle Mercury. nut that when J B Green, of Huatonville, Without dle and gentlemen belonging in Dinvllle PULLMAN CARS Naahellle. change to aismohls. The Statlttlcal Agent of the DepartKIT. wa in Cincinnati recently, he wa taken ME O.XT.Y LINE KUNNINtl Little Bock, Montgomer Atlanta, barannab. ment of Agriculture In London, report and vicinity, were entertained Tuesday ev(or a "rod anap" by the bunko men, who Jackaonsllla, Mobile, and Kw Orleana. ening by Mr. Bright and her daughters, endeavor i to "aleer him" about aa followa: that continued rain and fiooda have done E. H. BURNSIDE, BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA itreit injury to the wheat crop and there who reside on the Perryville pike near PawliiK by the pnatoffice he waa accoated AND BOLID TRAINS la Palate Cars Without Chang. for tli year town. Thla it the organization which perby a ttranger who tpoke to him In n famil- are, gloomy apprehension Well - Known SHORT LINE TO THE EAST formed the operetta known a "Laila' a LOUISVILLE CHICAGO 1 This Old TO iar manner, but whom be failed to rrcng The area I reduced and much reeowing Troaa Louiaville la Palace Car a without change. Hotol Still Maintains few weeka ago for the benefit of Trinity nits The fellow ptrceit ing hi intalakr, will be neceeanry There la alao mu;h (Episcopal) Church and whoe performance High Reputation, Notice. Paaaaneera Irom the Knox Seeking homes on the rUIPDIUTC line ol thla road will told Mr. Green whom be took him for, alarm at the foot and mouth dlaeate among vl!l Branch of L. A N. K. It. arrive In LmlUnHn I O waa so excellent for a company of amateur. In time to lake th evening train 01 mo receive apcclal law ratea. AND . cattle. when he (OJ Innocently gave him hianani Kouta" and go through I le Aranta of thla Company for rates, routes The demand for butcher cattle la light The evening wt passed agreeably at Mr. The ttranger paaaed on after tpologlilng Proprietor it Determined that Acorwrlte C. P. ATMORt, G. P. &T. A.Ky. Bright' with music and dancing. Those (Irceaenstlc, CraTrfordsTllle, Lafayette Iti (I) Loul8lll, to no Conntrr it Shall and Mr Green proceeded on hi way, to be in Cincinnati, but feeder are active. Com of and Chicago Ttltliout change. Hotel in the State in iti Fare, mnn 2) to 3; rood to choice butchea 4 to preseut were Mis Kulght, Mite niter, halted br anolherdapperynuth,who eallel Appointments, or AttenVersailles, Miaa Litzle Metcalfe, MIsa Mc TIME TABLE. I bim Mr. Green and teemed especially glad 5j; cow4 j to 6; shippers 5 lo G; oxen 3 to Be Led tion to Comfort of Roberts, Mlsae Alice and Lee McGroriy, Dally. Dally. PTAIIONS. to tee him. He did pot recognlie tbl one 5; itoclera and feeder 4 to fij. Hogt arc their Oneiti. May Fisher, of Danville Mr. John Mis 7 15 p in 8 CO am ., Lie. IiuUillle-- .. ellbtr, ao the fellow proceeded lo (ell him firm at 0 for common, along lit to 7.75 for By lb peculiarly worded adrertlsemeiilsof rlral 12 4) am 2 01 pni of Cincinnati, Mr. Bailey Whip Are. tlreeocaitle- - ..... which 1 41 am 3 vt pra that he waa the youngeat of the McAIIater delected butcher and heavy shipper. Sheep pie, of Louisville. Mr. Kobt. Bawldwln, of " CrawfoMtvll- lX"Sg will k coarejed to aad frem tkeptt routes,bborleat are liable to dtcelre the public. and (Juiikcat ltoute from CincinTbe 2 M am 4 li pit .... " Lafayette... free of than, hpeela! aceoasmodatloaa te boya at Stanford, that he wai a brother of nre la air demand at 3 to 0 cent. Lamb nati Weat la tbe i 7 0 aui 9 00 pm " Chicago to Commercial Traselcra. Th liar will k Lexington and Maytvitle, Mr Stark, of scarce at 5 to Ac alwaya aapplled with tk ckalctat Will McAIIater, Pretldent of the Stanford direct route, with only on change of Th braada of LUaora aad Cliara. Marra A Engliah report the Harrod- - Messre. It. O. Evans, II. W. Evant, W. D cara, tomoat point In Wisconsin, Minnesota. Iowa, all National Bank and aaked affectionately af& MISSISSIPPI Moore, Geo Allen, Malcom Welteger, W Nebraska, ac ror lurioer luiormauva. www b'lrg market laat Monday: Large tupply of ter hi udcI John Shank, Preahlent of the ltllltltAV KKI.I.KK. (I. 1. A.. Loulsellle, Ky. I2S- stock, and the late good price on cattle Wiseman, Wm Welsh, W. T. and J. W. Farmera Bank. He had been ofi Kttt to Guet, Jr, and Everhardt Hundley, of 10 Hours echool and grduatlng, had run off and auttained. One lot of nice feeder, $5 30 Lizzie Metcalfe, whose Ml per 100 lb ; good lot of yearling, about Danville. married Iht girl he had loved during hi ! name appear above, haa just returned figcollege day. He waa on hi way home now, 6c; varioua other good lot at aame from a pleasant visit to Atlanta, Ga, tlrst-rall other line. smith, Hours ahead of medium grade, 4c; Inferior do. 3 to I hat employed Alex, Bruce, a t ure; and wanted to take hi uncle John a to take charge or I ha Blacksmith Shop at Turners-Tlllto 125 per Pally Tislus, wllh no change of can for any In the ahape of a coatly gun, but being 3Jc. Horse in drmand at $76 NOTES Or CURRENT EVENTS. ta prepared to do all klnda uf work In and h claesot passengers. guaranteed aire, blot a unacquatuled In Ihe city, be oould uot get head. No mule offered The remain of Col. Harry Qllmorr, a his Hoe. Satisfaction Pally Tralna to Loulullle, wllh Free Parlor W, C HAILKY. call. Mr. Green hi large draft catbed. "Would LINCOLN COUfJTT. Cara. noted Confederate caealry cflicer during go around to the gun atore aud pa for the Pally Tralna to Cranssllle, 4 boura In Crab Orchard. the war were laid lo real near Baltimore of all other routes, with ona leoa change wi awn, retaining the draft until hie money Wednesday. Mr Wm. Painter presented her of ran. All thlt wat tatd very wt.a refunded!" Pally Tralna to Cairo, 7 boura quicker than I'ROritlETOB, Ing near eleven-lb- . A man named Wing, ll a few night ago, with an any olbar line, and no chauga of can. glibly and Mr Green waited till he waa O , waa frightened to death MonAll persous owing iu on laat year'a account are youngster. Pally Tralna to New Orleana. Wt ebango of when he calmly repllcdt "It It through, respectfully notified that th same must now U The town Irnatee have told to the day night ly a couple of acquaintance can troui Cincinnati. atrange how Ignorant your friende have paid. Itesiwctfully, J, M. COOK. trustee of our high school, Ihe old achool who were playing a jlee on htm. Haying had thla Hotel kept toii of the newa at home. Your broth- building and lot for $350 12 Hours QUICKER ""n CMr(w ltou,t,, Ilustouillle, Ky. The tunnel disaster on the New York It7.lt Bank nearly two er Will left the Stanford Dr Stephenson and Doore the first of and New Hayen road, In New York city Ifaucac ullj Two Hour Us Time 00 th month tgu for the caaliierihip of a St. Joe, naltaAS Pifo cara, and leaa change of cara the week amputated a finger for Miu Lit lat fall, ha already coat the .company From laaeinent to garret, than by other Unas. Mo bank, and Mr Shank, poor man, died lie Douglas. She la doing well and we all $100,000 for peraonal damage, end eereral Dally H. la tbe only lino Th Nw Ymr' You are evidently a tru-- t will toon be up again it I lulciiil le Keep M Ih h Ntrlclly Trslua 0 JCCincinnati toot Louis, wllh 4 direct caae are yet lo be heard from maklug from Flrnt-C'lwHHHer, fraud itml thluk I'm a tucker Avaunl, in M JUL1LKU connections In th Union Pepot (at 61. Loul)wllu Peter Guff aliot and killed Henry If reKrl are to be credited, one of the htliauurl l'aclnc iUtlway, hi. Louis, Iron Moundoublw quick time, or I liall live nu colAnd leaf nothing undone that will add to th tain A (Southern lUllway, Chicago Sc Alton Kail, ugliest men of town (fully a ugly a your Thoui on and wa hlmaelf ahot and killed road) Chicago, Burlinglou A Uulucy Kallruad) Kelared by the p iliit!" The youth avaunled, correspondent), will abort ly lead to Hy- by Jauie Bplrry at the Darren Fork coal COMFORT OF HY GUESTS. okuk A St Louis ltailroad, Mabssh, hi. Louis A leaving a blue etreak behind, while Mr G ltall Paclno Kallruad; Mlswurl KausasATraa men' allar, the ewenUat and pretlleat girl tnloax. In l'ulaakl county. dotT wife who way, St Louis A tianl'rauiltco llllwjf. meandered bick to Ihe Burnet and draw- In all ihi country lucky man) htm to lead an abandoned life, wa had left ing hlmaelf up before one of the huge mirImprMs This Upoa Your Memory. Th firat of the month Mr. Fink, of th exciting cause. looked long end wittfully to tee if th poatoffice department, visited An oflVred ror, Th O. t M. la th only line by whlik you Not let lit" 5,000 mirka on Cincintit, Hating been confined to uiy room fur ala weeks, ran get through ran Iruu Cloclunatl to hi. Louis there waa anlhlng "green" about bim, thenOlce here and It U thought nati houae ttand at record of th deluge I am behind wllh my coal accouota. All persona 8PKCIAL INDU0KMKNT8 without paying eilra lar Iu addition lo money wboowuiefreual will pleat utile immediateI recommended Mr Geo. 11 King a tuc nf Ihe Ohio Kl'er it Ihe third week in ly. 1 must hat th money. The Laurel County To Mtrootae ue. aa I ha atsry coatenUoca.suth pallor for ticket.rate, or anr InUiuallon, call on tickets, UT. VERMN DEPARTMENT, Aautlatlun, TUket Agents of win net ling Hue. W F Dilllou, who ha tent February, '83, The owner and occutianla Oualnollllad their throughortheir Agtat, C Cruuk. u NICK SAMl'Lb KOOM i, Ac, for their us. castor to Mr dealera that Bo ordtra ageota has I al W Walnut at,, 41 ( I'leaa -I- Nunlaa thalr moulhly accouota are Mr. jsolnt to them with pride, and it iatald lhat will baOlled Sam. If. BurJtH, Editor. In lilt resignation aa pottoiaater. urlh al Oraud Hotel, I'oal la cash on dtlleery or poslilrely must Baggage Traniferred to tad irom nlnnlBaafalleat blnCinnll(.orI'eiitfvotofMlllstrel. All port""" Indebted l Jack Adam A King It a gentleman of probity and charac- a tplrit of rivalry leadt to frequent raising Kid. fur th first of et:h uoath 1 thank my W. U. 8IIATTUC, W W I'EAUODV. the Depet fre of ekarge, frlanis lor their petronm. but I can not buy coal Uau'l riuMuger AgL Ueu'l Uuptrlnteodsnt, Son, either by note or accouut, will pledge ter and lo every aente worthy to lucceed of the line until tbe historical accuracy without uouey, T, T, BA IMSN. Clndnoall n-acsll, N. VKANCIM. W. Olra tne Mar, I, im. of them i all doubted. Mr. Dillion. settle at once and tare trouble. -- Mimor Meat 10 cent per pound el W. - RELieiOUS. T. Green'. A revival I in progrrt itl (he Walnut Srm Pea and Bean In bulk, and ontnn tlreet Diptltt church, Lonlavlllc, which haa mulled to far In 40 conversion. let at Bruce, Warren A Oo't. Itev. B. F. Brlttow' meeting at Ihe out for Wfjutlni bi ("torn, idrer Mtthodltt church, Mlllertbarr,clctej with lUed for IomIm. ntal fiiindt, 77 confcaalon and 40 addition to hi . 1 church. New and old Tar let lea of Seed Irl.h Itev. George O. Barnea and family from Mlchlean. at Ilrure. Warrvn A ' ' - have arrived tafely In England ao we may Fnrsit line of Spring Caralraere, In tult expect a long and Interesting letter from him In a few day. . and pant patterna, at Edmlaton A Biahop Kaln, of Weat Virginia, for among the member of For Salic Three handaome realdencea bldt Will ell eery cheap, Stanford, Deo. 25, the Catholic Church. He alto forbldt Ihe aelllng of any intoxicating beverage by 82. W. Craig. the member of that rellgiout faith. We Tie Spring term of Circuit Court will he. do not know to much about the dancing gin on the third Monday, lillh. la but every church ought lo forbid It nien-bethe laat for filing aulfa. Irom telling tpiriluoua or malt liquors W'jr. are allll telling Sugar and Cuflee In either directly or Indirectly. quanlily lower than any one. Call and be LAND, STOCK AND CROP. convinced. II C, Bright. The country paper all agree that the J. W Hayiiem ha received a nice new fruit crop I ttfe to far, lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you belter The proprietors of the Lincoln Mill go and get a bargain of him T want l buy wheal and corn, I have 175ewet, now lambing, which H H Mvr.iw ha jul received a nice I wish to tell J. 11. Miller, Stanford. orlment of French and plain Candle, Eighty or ninety nice Orange and Lelnon, which he will tell catlle for tale. W. G. Wallace, Stanford. very cheap New oulnna and lettuce made their apha pearance in the Lebanon market laat week. Little Personam. Mr. J a new boy at hi houae and Mr. W. L. Itenben William told to Wm. Prew-It- l, Dawaon a girl. It It well to obey the bibone fat cow at 6 cenla, weight, 1,200 lb lical Inatrnctlnn. A Lexington firm haa on hand 12000 BniKO ua your fcalherr, hldea, tallow, akunk akin and 00,000 pound of turkey wool, Ac We buy all kind of country ft aider. John M. Mcltoberl told an Alderney produce and pay the hlgheit market price heifer, to calve tblatprlng, lo W. H. In cah or trade. II. C. Bright. .- Iok B. U. Bronangh bought of A. II Smith a yoke of oxen for $125. W. T. Saunder last week told h!l celebrated horse "Cilaa" for the ama.ll tun ol $30. Sic trantit gloria munch'. Dr. J, D. Pettu alao disposed of hit riding horse for $85 and purchased another paying therefor $125. On and after May 1, the Internal (axe on annff, and on tmoklng and minitfactiir ed tobacco, will be according to Ihe new law, eight cent per pound. JUIK'E W. la a candlJat Keprsaentatlv O. IIANNFOKU T. ve. rn.omMo.ui. W B VA11NON, A'lrroilNISYM AM.' CAW. A fnr the deoiorralle nr.mloallon fnr In th next lirlslaiur. le rAao. T. W. vriLLaca x. nano, The Republican State Central Commit JUDGE T. V. HILT,, JR., Legtee wai In tevalon In Louiaville yrtterday to Ia candlJat for Representative la th islature, tutject to th action ol th democracy. consider the question of putting out candi- ntt (STANFORD. KY. Offlc In Owiley A Son's new bonding up stair. Eld Jatper Livingston pteache the 0,'. Owa-ley't- round-dancin- -- second Sunday In each month for the Chit tlan church her. He I a noble man and a true gospel preacher. The Baptist have tervlcea the first and third Sunday and any one wlahlng lo hear good terraont can do o by being In attendance. Their paator, th Rev. J. M. Bruce, 1 far above an average preacher. Laat Friday afternoon George Dolllna To-da- rt hot Joseph Welch, wounding him in the thigh. Joseph had been tresspassing and In regular Kentucky style, Dolllna went for him. Blood flowed and the "culured" I r oo pa "fit" nobly, but Joseph had to lay up for repair and our regular practitioner declining the job, Dr R II Bronaugh and D K Karri, In Ihe goodness of their heart Imitating ihe good Samaritan, re paired to the horae of Ihe wounded man and without the aid of anodyne extracted the ball Farri grasping the throat like grim death while Bronaugh skillfully plied Ihe surgeon' knife. The patient it doing well. Personal. Mlat Jennie Tompkin,of . . All the member car-loa- d waite-buke- t. y Danville, I visiting her aunt, Mr. Lucy Jamea and will remain indefinitely. M. D. Hughes, of Lancaster, laat the Hansel Houte. Col. Walter Dobln and ton, of Qlaagow, Scotland, are vlaltlng J. B. Geo. W. Evan haa given up the (arm and entered mercantile life with A Co, of Danville. May auccee attend him. W. W. Jone, of Harrodsburg, on Tuesday latt, paid a hasty visit to hi brother, E. W. Jonet. Mr. A. Dillion hat been quite Indisposed for several week but It nr.w deemed by hit physicians somewhat bett-- r. Cel. J. W. Gurtt, of Boyle, I with ua again. Mesan. T B. Canon and J. T Lteley, the former representing Btern, Mayer A Co., and the latter Graff, Mar back A Co., epent laat Sunday here looking after their home interest. They are butinesa men and moat companion able gentlemen. Mr. Montrose Graham ha returned from Rockcaitle Spring and report too much water for tucceaaful ang ling. Rob-intoul n. date for State office, w prtinm. When U, 8. Treasurer Qllfillen leavet tho office, at the end nf thlt month, It will be necessary lo count all the fund In the Treatnry about $76,000,000 In cash and $376,000,000 In bond. It will require a month' time lo do It. There It no more pitiable object than out of occupation, loaf an Ing about Washington and besieging the While Houte, hoping the President will find a snug place fnr him. It I not surprising the President ! oald bj Imp tlent to get away from tbe Capitol. At the Marlon court. Monday, Judge Spalding decided that the Louisville A Nashville railroad l liable for railroad tax for ,1870 and '77, but not for the county levy. The properly wt assessed at $344, 400 on which Ihe tax amount to $4,800 The company will appeal to the Circuit Court. trial The defenae In the opened yesterday by placing Congressman Belford, of Colorado, upon the stand. The Court decided lhat he could not reply, a a witness, to the charge made agalnat hlra by Rerdell. Belford protested against Ihi ruling, and wt fined $100 for contempt, for which amount Colonel Ingerioll drew hi check. From the Richmond ITtrald: Twenty-fiv- e emigrants for Missouri and Illinois left a A negro woman in town laat week Circuit Court at 48 next Monday with 405 case on the deckel; 300 criminal, most of thera being for violaMarch U Ihe tion of the liquor law month for babies. About twenty lave made their appearance in Richmond Ihut far, with twenty four daya to hear from Capt. Sila Newland, aged eighty, died uddenly of paralysis. There are only four nations In the that are paying their way. world England generally manage to make end meet and ahow a trifling aurplus of two or three million to be applied to the reduction of it enormous national debt; the United Stale, in spile of Congressional extravagance, put by every yer nearly fifty time aa much; and Holland and Bel glum both keep about even. With these exception every nation in the civilized world shows an annual deficit of more or Jes millions. Star-rout- e 1 y 'MUttHtR mocracy, J. H. MUItl'IIY t la a randldat to represent Lincoln county In th next Lfglatature, aubject to lb action of th De- Will practice In Ihe durtanf Lincoln and ad Joining counllea and th ruperlor Conrt and Churl ol Appeala ppaclal attention given lo collection. Office on Lancaster str-- et 113 I ATTOHNMV AKY. I..A.W, HTANFOItn. M. I'KVTON, LUMBER OP ALL KINDS. Any ona wlshln lo bnr Lumbar tar boaln. fencing or any purine can air money by getting It of os at cor mill on lb llnmber farm, about two miles from Crab Orchard. 124 DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In th Court of Boris tad adlolnlt count! and In th Court of Appeal. A'XTOIINHV ALEX. ANDEHBON, AT LAW, m MF.I.YIN I'O, Offlc OOTO FOR th Myera Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxide flai administered when inirert HunaKor i HTANFfirtn. South aid IilIII T. HOFFMAN. KY. Main Street, two door abote re- ntiht. College. - J. T. Harris' Restaurant Stanford Female Oysters, Ice Cream, Llglit-llrenCakes of all kinds or a .Viuaro Meal With d, MTANFOItl), KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. This Institution will open lis Tbtrleentb Hewloo on ine za Monday in ecptemtier next. Ilecauaa your houae. or Tour soods. or vour lie ALL TUB BRANCHES OK A slock, or your other property bare not been burnt or Injured by fir or lightning, la no guaranty that ineycaHKOTM. uon t you iiunr, men, mat it THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE would b rrudanl to aeeure Indemnlle In rmm such loaa or damage ahould occur t I onr you thla Are taught, aa well aa ai ine lowest ratea omainani in any nnl-cu- u Company. I represent seven and you may MUBIC. THE LANOUAQKB, UHAW. take your choice. 9Mn M. lMliurtt. JA. & INO AND PAINTINO. TOS. NEYXRMCE, TERMS MODERATE. Co., Stantord, Ky., J. Lata of Chenault, Severance with M. ROBINSON & CO.. In Tuition, price rang from 123 to ffo In IU egular Department. Primary, 123; Intermediate 10; Freparatoiy, f o. and Collegiate, ISO. Impoitera and Jobbera ot Dry Good,, Notions, Ac, 6.17, 53, til Main Street, Cor. Sixth, u iHVix.ii:, IM, TO THIS PUBLIC OIllNDINa.M G1S1IPH 01 Kentucky's Itouto East -t blue-gra- A SOLID TEATN WASHINGTON CITY. 7 J FOR SALE one-ha- lf alore-ruo- I Yorlst. pant-aloon- con-Ul- .r.. - ge d tf Court-Hou- W. T. GREEN -- Desirable Farm! .... ll.n-lltto-itor- j- '1 'I L L. Through Trunk Line Groceries, Hardware, Harness g dee-ene- and Saddlery, five-cen- 310NON KOUTE." PLOWS tr Louisville, New Albany WAGONS. Railway. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. and SOUTH & WEST rullman Palace Cars! Propr its Don't Astray Wh-rthe- n, . 01 4 3 I BIiA.CKLHMITJIIlVO. at SLASAPH Cincinnati HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, 2 2 STANFORD, - - KY. 2 ltofuriiislicd and Ileiltted H to St. Louis pre-cu- e, U7-4- hut-ban- d, e, MONEY ! LUMBER! ab-ni- i OWSLEY -- ComiucrclHl TravelerM .' 1 t !jL or.D.Ttjtn TRArnuxa Is iu.v. Tho following extract from n IcltaJ rut and Stream, Dr. Carver, tho ro written In 1024 by a member of tho c nowneYl idiot, told wliat ho' know about cort who attended tho transport ot tin royal jewels of England from Madrid t bow and arrows t Friday MornlRK, - - Match 9, 1883 " Von sec," said Dr. Carver, rui ho Loudon, after tho breaking ofl of tin deposited a whole sheath of brightly-feathere- d Spanish match, is curious as showing arrows on tabic, look off his tho safety ot traveling in Spain nt the tint tir .1 in.iiir.," jztc. umbrageous felt and drew up a chair, time, ns well ns tho characteristic storyTito old rvvuu, "Twoof t tritilocsn " I must bo shooting something or other telling facility of nt least ono of tho cou never ngtw," ris never moto pally which we all the tuna. If it,isn't n Winchester it's, voy. Spanish brigandage, tlmu by iho following Incident d bow and Arrow. wcro apt to associate with Atulohninn vliloli is ULun froui nn old book ol " Pretty tht-- arc, but most too lino land, does not seem to havo existed at Olir.niislca iif r srncrntlon that liai tho timo this letter was written. Fancy things, theso arrows, for long fnH) possetl from Urn stage of Wo wero but II vo horscmeu in alltmt shoot on grass young Indies to lifo : plsts at straw targets. Now, an Indian seven dayB Journey from Madrid to A wholesale ilrng-glsof jondoii, whe nnd tho chargo Mr. Witches had is arrow is a good hit longer maylw thirty-lintl many rnntoinrni in tlio conntrj two inches and when a Sioux draws valued u 400,000 crowns ; bnt 'lis ench (onus, mid aloiii tiiatnnt civic; tlttririf-it chock up to tho bow it fairly hums mfo traveling in Spain that ono may summer's miuMo chnuccd to llnJ him carry gold in tho palm ot his hand, tho when ho lots it ily, rpjf in n largo town wlie.ro woro at least ' An Indian arrow has grooves cut iu government is bo good, When wo had n dozen nfrntliociriM who hnd, nt rnri it behind, tho barb that is to say tho gained Biscay Ground wo passed otio ons tltm, bought goods nt hliri. Think-inones mod in hunting so that tho blrxSl day through a forest, nnd, lighting ofl to cement frieutlahiiis, to puss t can flow; othorwisa tho wood would our mules to tnko a lilllo repast uudcr n pleasant evening, nnd nt tho nmd litrif spoil and swell. Tho fighting arrows nro tree, wo took down our alforgas and profit hia own IniMnexs, ho rosolrcd t nasty tilings The barb is so put on tho somo bottles of wino (nnd you know 'tis mnke a grand fon,t nnd invito them nl shaft that when it hits yon tho steel, or ordinary hero to rido with ono's victual to partnVo of hit hospitality. So ho arstays in tho flesh when nbont him), but as wo wero eating we old hoop-iroranged it with his ho3t, nnd issued hit spied two hugo wolves, who stared upon you go to pull out tho arrow. cards of invitation tho card to A.I, "Dcarsakcsl what ugly wounds I. us awhile, but had tho good manners to Biuiply imiting him to tho supper as an havo seen them make. An Indian boy go away. It put ma in mind of a pleasthing about begins to handlo a light bow when ho ant talo I heard Sir Thod. Fairfax relato individual, nnd savinj' .ceeptcd tho nny others. Ten of tl toddles maylio at 4 or S years. His of n soldier In Ireland, who, having got invitation. bow is tnller than ho is. . Ho shoots at his passport to go for England, as he The hoar for tiitjjerv t drew nigb, and most nnything around tho camp. When passed through tho wood with his knap-tac- k apothecary No, 1 appeared. Ho was upon his back, being weary, ho sat lie is 12 he nses sharp arrows. A boy greeted cordially, and hod just taken his must lie strong at Is to uso n man's down under a tree, whero ho opened his seat when appeared apothecary No. 2 J knapsack and fell to somo victuals ho bow. and while tho genial host was welcom"Now, c. whito man who takes an In- had ; but on n sudden ho was surprised ing him No. 1 arose and went away. dian bow for tho first ttmo has all ho can twth two or three wolves, who, coming I3ut beforo tho host could remark upon do to bond it. It wonts some strength toward him, ho threw them scrapa of tho circumstance No. 3 appeared ; and but more knack. The bow is made bread and chceso till all was gono; while our London druggist was wnnnij, straight. When it is strung tho cord,1 then, tho wolves making a nearer ap ' welcoming him, No. 2- 'aroso tint. dc oven when in tension, nlmost touches proach fo liim, ho knew not what shift parted. j tho bow. It is thick, eomo four and a to make, but by taking a pair of bagWitt did it mean? The druggist was half to tlvo feet long that is, their pipes which ho hod, and as soon as ho upon tho point of inquiring of his solihunting Ikjw and has extra stiffening began to play upon them tho wolves ran tary guest when No. 4 arrived. Ah I by having sinews pasted on all away as if they hnd been scared out it. this was good. But whilo ho smilingly a that's of their wits; whereupon tho soldier "J. have seen We- 3 silently foil embraced this arrivr tho Long Man, and ho was tho best of said : " Tho devil tako you all ; if I y I Aad to it Ogallala Sioux kill an ed his tent and sto. antelope with had known yon loved music so well you was to tho cud. No, .imo and 4 left ; his arrows nt 125 measured dionld havo had it beforo dinner I " yards. and so .on until, vlien No. 10 arrived ' was nearly seven miATA VOLCANO CAX and the druggist hnd grasped his'liarut, feet tall, and a good Indian. On horseCotopan, in 1833, throw its fiery rock with "I am glad to see you," No. 9 inback, broadsido to a bnflitlo, I have mora ets 3,000 feet above its crater, whilo la continently departed. than once known that Indian to send nn 1851, tho blazing moss, struggling for However, No. 10, having none to make arrow through n big cow. Tho arrow an outlet, roared so that its awful voico him afraid, remained, and the twain hnd hung out on tho other side. was heard at a distance, of more than and wine Hum they rather more food " Tho bow for horseback and for war 600 miles. In 1707, tho crater of could dispose of. But thoj" ndo nTnight is a trifle shorter, and, maybe, stiffen ono of tho great enks of the of it nnd hnd a good time. You do not draw tho arrow to tho cyo, Andes, flung out torrents of mud, winch On the following day tho London aim as I do when shooting dammed np tho rivers, opened new druggist called upon his strangely ' from tho hip. lakes, nnd in vidloys 1,000 feet wide cause-ofriends, to ascertain the "That can only bo acquired by long their strange behnvior ou the preceding practice. Tlio Btring is drawn by tho tnado deposits COO feet deep. Tlio stream from Vesuvius, which, in 1337, passed anevening, nnd the answer of one will clutch of the whole fingers, though somo through Torro del Greco, contained swer for tho answer of each and all ot of tho tribes uso tho thumb nnd three cubic feet of solid matter, and them ; for, as ho went from apothecary fingers. Tho Long Man could shoot an in 1703, when Torre del Greco was to apothecary, ho received that same re- arrow in tho air out of Bight" a second time, tho mass of lava sponse. Thus it was : amounted to 45,000,000 cubic feet -- In rBXTlLATIXO MAILtTAV CARS. "My dear sir," the druggist said to apothecary No. 1, greeting him in his Everybody who has traveled by rail 17G0, Etna poured forth a flood which private oflltM, "what in tho world mudo In winter has suffered from tho horriblo covered 84 square miles ot surface and you leave me in tho way you did last ventilation, or rather tho want of venti- measured nearly 1,000,000,000 cubic evening?" lation of, tho ordinary passenger car. feet. On this occasion the sand and "Sirl in the name of common decency It is to all a cause of great annoyance scoria formed tlio Monto Itosini, near I ask jou would yon havo me sit at and suffering, and to mnny of serious Nicholoso, a cono two miles in circumtable with such nu unmitigated scoun- illness, if not permanent ill health. A ference, and 4,000 fecthigh. Tho stream drel ns gentleman of this city, who travels a thrown out by Etna in 1810, was in mo?" good aeni, nas itir upon an eticctual tion at the rate of a yard a day for nine up.-xiw muni ititTixa months after tho eruption ; and it is on There is abundant evidence that the means of relief from the evil. He states record that tho lava of tho somo mountit as follows : amount of water on the surface of tho ' When I find tho air in tho car be- ain, after a terrible eruption. . was not earth has Wen steadily diminishing for coming oppressive, I listen for tho loco thoroughly cool and consolidated for"tei' many thousands of years. No ono years after tho event. In tho eruption doubts Unit there was a timo when tho motive to give tho signal of our ap if Vesuvius, A. D. 79, tho scdria nnd Caspian sea communicated with tho proach to a station. As soon as I hear the whistle, I toko my station at tho ishes vomited forth far exceeded the Black sea, and when tho Mediterranean sntiro bulk of tho mountain ; whilo in covered the greater part of tho Desert ot rear end of the car, and watch for tho conductor or brokeman to make his ap- 1CG0, Etna disgorged twenty times it Sahara, In fact, geologists tell ns that own mass. Vesuvius has sent its ashci at one period the whole of the earth was pearance, as I know ho will presently Syria nnd do, at the other door in tho front end. as far as Constantinople, covered by water, und the fact that conAs ho opens tho front door, I open tho Egypt ; it hurled stoned eight pounds iu tinents of dry laud now exist is proof weight to Pompeii, n distance of six that thero is Jess w.itoron our globe now back door. Tho.motion of tho train instantly causes tho car to bo flushed and miles, whilo similarraasses' wero to3t.ee) ' ifancy. than there was in iW This dimup 2,000 feet above tho btimiuit. Coto inution of our suppjj of water is going swept by a flood of outer air. In five or ton seconds just while the doors are paxi has projected a bltfckof 100 cubic on at tho present day ct n rate so rapid rnrdu in volume A distancn ' nf ntnt ns to be clearly appreciable. The rivers casually open all tho foul air is ex- miles; nnd Snmbawij in 1815, during pelled, nnd the car is filled with puro, audi f mailer streams of our Atlantic tho most terriblo eruption ou record, States are visibly smaller than they were cool, fresh air from without. When tho conductor shuts his door, I shuttnine. sent its ashes as far at Java, a distance twenty-fiv- o years ago. Country brooks of :t00 mil". in which men now living were accus- If somebody squalls out for tho door to I ncro aro certain youths in this day tomed to llsh nud bathe in their toy-ho- bo shut, I promptly beg pardon and shut it. Meantime tho business has and generation who consider themselves havo in many cases totally disappeared, not through any act of m&n,.tyijt been done, and all are relieved and beno-- ! thoroughly proficient in tho art susceprepeat tho trick at every sta- tible. They profess to know nil tlio solely in cousetiuenco ot tho failure of fifed. I tho springs nud brooks which onoo fed tion or two, or as often as is necessary flutterings going on in tho fominino ThoBreak-Tlieir-HearYoung them: Tlio level of the great lakes' u and nobody so far as 1 know has over breast suspected tho design." It works like a Man is of this class. Ho spends his falling year by year. There are many piers on tho shores of lakeside cities charm, and I havo escaped, in this way, timo in crushing tho little flutterings ot His only aim in getwhich vessch ono approached wilh"easo', many a cold and sore throat, and many tho opposite sex. ting acquainted is for the purpose of debut which now hardly reach to the edgo hours of half suffocation and suffering. IndlanapolU HcraUl. molishing tho heart ot his newly, made of the water. Harbors nru everywhere friend, no considers it very smart to gron ing shallower. This is not duo to In tlio interior towns and villages m tho gradual deposit of earth brought (jermany it lias been tho custom for pour out honeyed words and act iu a down by riven or of refuse from city many yoars for tho farmer to purchaso sweet way so as to gain tho affection of somo unsuspecting girl, no breaks her sowers. The harbor of Toronto has tho iron for his tires and horbeshocH, heart, or tries to, for tho fun of it. All grown shallow in spito of the fact that it and in somo instances, when having n tho pain, sorrow and sadness which may has been dredged out to that tlio lttitom new wagou built, to purchase all tholrpn result from his conduct da not troublo rock has been reached, and all tho dredg- enterjngf into tho same, tho lengths ofl him in tho least that is tho business ot ing that can be dune to the harbor ot every! iSeoe being furnished him by the tho ' Young-Man- : Now York will not permanently deepen south. Ono pint of thoc"ontract is that is n fortunate thing that the It it. The growing shallowness of tho the seiilhlliftllliotrctHrn.to tho farmer Young Man is very often Hudson is more evident ubova Albany nil ends nud cuttings from tho iron, and unsuccessful. Only sentimental girls, than it is in tho region, and, it frequently occurs1 that tho farmer reas a general thing, aro victimized by liko tho outlet of Luko Cliniuplain, which mains at the shop until tho iron is all him, Sensible girls abhor him, or elso was once navigable by Indian canoes at all cuUip, in order that tho Btnith shall not toy with him for tlio fun ot it. Ho is seasons, the Upixir Hudson ti now almost indulge iu(ttoo much cabbage. Each' left severely alono by Uipeo. Vho know bare ot water m many placa duiing the.' sBifih aliuptJias whai is termed .."fiia what dffcctIonvreallyiaTlJoy' seo summer. In ul! other parts ol tho world hell," and iu cutting oh" a sot of tires, it there is tho same steady decrease of wtv- - tho former bo not present, tho largust through him and know him to bo a holnis character won't low mockery, tor in rivers and lakes, and tho rainfall. half of the end out off finds its way to stand tho least strain it is too hypoin Europe, whero scioutiflo observation?" "tho hell," tho duty of putting it there are made, is manifestly less than it wm dovolviug uiion tho youngest apprentice. critical and unstable-Young Man Tho at a period within man's memory. tfroaitUU tdwyu-pluntit.store tlio What is locomiug of t'li) water ? ObJ smith furnishes his material for tho presumes. l)Q,i AjOonnonjur. iiwlovo-makinJHoji fafjejltj i.5Wect ig. viously it is not disappearing through manufacture of bolts, horseshoes, etc., noramus. His conceit leads him to sui- evaporation, for in that case rains would for transient customers. Tho horsegive .back whatever water tho atmos- shoeing part is also a feature ;' tho farm- posa ha conq&.'w' when hi J2 ikfented.n phere might absorb. Wo must ac- er will bring with him tho end of somo He has no heart If ho woos at all, ho cept the theory that, liko tho water of pleop of jrou, or tire with which to mako woos with his cheek, and if ho wins at tho moon, our water in sinking into the tho shoes, or perhaps a dozen or more all, it is by means ot his overdrawn as. Tho suranco. oarth's interior. .Veto York Time. qU horseshoes, tg Imj converted into newr Young Man" in a fop, a' fool audu flirt What velocity must alocomouvo liavo ones. Tho farmer must blow tlio bel- If ho was any one of these without tho to pick up u deaf man, walking on tho lows until tho work is forged or the shoos others it would bo bad enough, but as a track, and lllug him sohigh that six cars all mode, and must then hold np the combination ot tho three ho is past enhomo's foot whilo tlio shoes aro being pass beforo iio comes down? durance, no ought to bo broken up. A boy earned 20 cents ier day for driven on or taken off. and invariably eighteen days', and Wight his mother a carries tly old ihoet home with him. newspapers TimnH aro ninety-fou- r niushrat mull costiug $2.10. How much unless no. prwers to give me old slioea published in Nebraska, and it is said did he havo left to go to tho circus in payment for the apprentice's service that eighty ot them favor woman lu Wi1lu nu the feet. ixnr.ty nons ..y amiovts. Ono clay, in tho editorial room of for TMMro.v n.mxn rtr.Axa. - 1003.- Tho Giuciiiiiti News! Domnorrvtio Nowflpapor! M (ii.irtni miii.'Timis rrrilOIUisT,rjU.II STA-iTOPOiar- ). icy. Evervliody. savs tho llYifern llural. has hoard of lloston's brown bread and bnked WaifJ, and many of our renders know what thoy nro from pleasant ex- jicrlcncc. Itoston, and in fact Now En gland, nro nlnmt ns well known for their linked 'ns they are for their "culchnw" In Boston it is the universal habit to havo baked beans for Sunday-morninbreakfast Tlio lowest ninl highest gather about tho Imkul s g STRONG FACTS A prat many people are aVlrg what inrticular troubles Hrowvi laotf l.HTF.Ri U cool for Iwans of u Suudny morning, nnd feast hand-som- o uion tibotit tho chenHst article of diet there fa in tho market During tho week tho tables of tho rich groan beneath tho costliest of dishes, nnd tlio tables of tho poor nro scantily spread with tho cheapest that tho markets afford. Bnt on Sunday thoy all cat of tho satno dish, nnd thousands of them from tho namo oven. It is a matter ot going to curiosity to seo tho lcan-io- t tho bakery on Saturday night Tlio servants, where Bervants aro employed, and tho good houscwito whoso husband cannot afford tho luxury of a servant-gil- l, Tho prcparo tho pot on Saturday, beans nro parboiled nntd tho skin crack ; thoy nro then placed in tho which is celebrated Boston bean-poearthen and much smaller at the top than nt tho tattoo. Salt is added to suit tho taste, and sometimes a spoonful of molasses. A piece of Bait pork, about as largo as tho first three lingers, is sliced through tho rind' nt tho dhtanco of an eighth ot au inch, And placed upon tho top of Iho beans, or rather imbedded in them until tho surfaco is, even. Then tho pot is taken to tho bakery, a check received, and, upon presentation of tho check in tho morning, tho Sunday breakfast is returned ready for tho table. Tho street' aro full ot bean pots and their Thoy go to tho cottage, to bearers. Beacon hill, and to North street Tlio bean is tho great lcvclor in Boston society. On tho forms ot New England tho plan ot baking is to mako a rousing fire and when tho wood in an old has been consumed, tho pot ot beans is bnrkd iu the coals and ashes, where it and remains until Sunday morning theso nrp 'ho best baked beans ever t, , fire-pla- ce, It will cure Hurt Disease, Parsl-ysli- , Uil-bo- Dropsy, Kidney Disease, Con sumption, Dyspepsia, Kheunutism, Neutilgia, and all similar disease. Its wonderful curative power ii dimply because It purifies and enriches the blood, thus thinning at the foundation, and by building up the system, drives out all disease. A . Mt. Vornon, Ky. isaur cimiuii . iwnrvmi Muoday (doabl alie)... ...Ihri-- e nts Agents, rartlera. ntwsdeatcra, newslore or any Will prtctlc Ns profession In UocWistl slid on handling Til K lsKWr4,rwrilulrrd In sell I ha adjoining raitntle and In lh Oott of Appeal paper In conformity with the tbnv rales. Ad ... 1 1 N, Cincinnati, U. dress CiCI.I HII.IIIIIMI K1'" TIIK liar. II. '. Morrlso. aitnr. rvrvlre every Sunday morning ana third. IVav.r Meeting evirv ni.hleiretd lhe "A Holiday ttehnnl at night Thur-da- y A fMII.Y IIM II. r Moirtvnii, Huprrlntendani, IJAT'Tlcfr. Itay.J M Haue. IJ on (Second ami Fourth Mundays, mornll.f and night, Prayer Meeting ovety Wednelay a flee Is published tn sutrrlhrr at thn rtMnvrtit Is. Iv. Harrow 0 at nma. Hnnday Hrhool al MupertnUndenl. . ltA.'1'lSH lAH.-Wor- sblp .f lb eireistlon nr Mail, iimtaii raloi OIllllMl day Preaeblngby In J. W. Ci edition, on sear ..17 00 Dally anl Mundey day. rlundayHehoeX s Oil enfliennd nd Fourth lilly ant 8unday edition. slimonlbl Fupriritrri(1Bt.. Hire meothi 2 00 at :U. Jo. rVTrniir, Dally and Huoaay I. IJBfMIIYTFItrAM. WIUTIIrl!. 0 0. John W. All nibtrtlptloa Invariably lo advance. -.,. Aneilrifronr of Iho paper will Ik ritalM free luul, BuirlnindehU Union Prayer MMllrigon any rtn who wilt rata a clutiol for oil year to v nlehta ten annual siitiserlltrrs al rmei postofner, and for wara tneir rMmrsnmi na.in-f- . ingemer witn i.v. II Y I AlllllKIl NAM M. I111RDF1T, Pellr and SmiWr edition. 18 cent per week, or 69 teat per mniiUi. payabl tn ratrler. N EY fsli.. orMtTiicltri.'IONi ... s. tun. in niriiL.r. ATTOR AT LAW, A; "." THE WEEKLY Will be Irsutd by lh NEWS! Co. Lady Cured of Rheumatism. Cincinnati Newt Publishing n, taking llrown's Iron llittm, and I scarcely had strength enoueh to attend to my daily homehol J duties. Ian now using tlit third hotllt and I am reraising strength daily, and I cheerndly recommend It to all. I cannol say too much in praUe It. Mrs. Mary E. Hasiiia. i;j I'rcilmaail. Kidney Ditcase Cured. fhrittlansburg. Va., My health was much shaiicmt by Rheumatism when 1 commenced n1itmnr, MJ , Mar ;, ttfcs. ttlr. from Mih I could gel no rtlicf, I tried llrown a Iron Uitlcrs, which cured m completely. A child ol mine, rccorcrlnrf from scaitel fever, hid no appetite and did not seem to he able to eat at all. I gave him Iron Hitlers with the happiest malts. J KVLlMONTAClt. Heart Disease. Vita St., Harrliburg, Ta. 5 After trying different physicians and many remedies for palpitation of th heart without receiving any lenent, 1 was advised tony Urown's Iron Utters. I have used two tallies and never found anything thai gave me so much relief. Mrs. Jennii Hsu. Dect. nit. Ill Drmocrallo paper, defied lo l'lltle., Nea, Msikels, Aarlruliiir and I. leratiirn, and will t edited with lh tic of making II adeslr. abl Family Newspaper. Asa new candidate for public fafor.Th Urrk. ly Ktws will cater to lh requlremeuti ol Its ms It will thoroiiihlr dlicussall lit questions of th day. It will git psrtlrstar altetillon t to garnering oi invnewa wisi ram wm iv taken in compiling the varloua market rtiorie. In ia will t the Intercut of lbe Urniei. a awlli devoted to agriculture (lerersl llserattir and various raatteie Dtled far lhe family tlrcle will rotnprlsaan Important department t tho paper, This preparation Is purely Tegrtslila and fro and It wllll lh pnrpoa o' lh management to so fmm all ib lei. rlous or da laenms substance, and edit and publish tha'lhn Weekly rte.w a to cent jt Is at.it!ie!r rertmi t ibnn4all kinds of wrm mend liioand makalt a wtlroiu tlaitor In every from th hunnn s lent ll is tint nauseatlna to iii.eli and children will lake tli.lnitilelU-l.t- i household. The Weekly News it a largo qsarto, ronututrg It as rea.lllyItas Iber w Ii I inoiaMe., which should renlaran matter, printed oa a revomnH-ii-It villi to everyarvl aimrkllna! eves happy aar.lv, apply a tin article olealen.lamd paper faces, and JoruueeMrlte wi iinrwixloutly eiprexa I sold at the In order to reach all tlasara, nes. It i lb mnly IHu graliiU't of ! the following low lhal Is i eaaaut talakr scathes e sials, a id m ' ' dealer at 'wenly Bv RATKS OF SVllSVKtPTIOM cnla. Tryabott, I 00 "A single copy, oa yeir. ...... -... Manuraitnre1 l.r C t NIHIMIM' CO. A clutr of ten copies, mailed loooe postomre, Offlrr, too JHnln itlrrrt iMttltrillr, Ky, .. ... .- -.. 1 10 on tear For sal tn Stanlorl by Paitrtr A McAilrrta. A club oflwenty copies, mailed one post. . .. 17 00 offlcf, en ver A club ot thirty copies mailed tq ne poet mi CKSVERrlifE. weir ltlll .....! - Bhcssa-hos-k- Tor the peculiar troubles to which ladle are aubjeil, TaowN'S IRON DlTTKRS is invaluable. Tlj it. luslled to one lust . 90 00 And larger clubs at the rate or Jj rest I --?T ropv rer annum And In addition. ThaWrekly News will l ma I who will rale a d free for ono jear loany clubol twenty or more annual eubscr brrs at orio ' pMloEkr, and forward Ihclr nam-- a ana aJJleea perbuvl with tb reiunil amount ol money, labia oi rateo. office, ono year. A club of forty coplee, otSce, on year St W HALL'S OUIUJO cnvlty-Chron- ATARRH URE I Bo sure and get tho Genuine. PREMIUMS TOR CLUBS is nscoaKfDED dy pmyskiaix. lt. tatcu. PUILK EXVLOUATIUS.1. lo ana Ci.arrli or tho Nasnl or tho Ear. Cyo or Ulcerative)! Catarrh who obtain and Will tdlstrlbole-- l anwng lh Throat. It l tauen INTLHM ALLY, and net DIRECTLY unon th Blood and tend loTh Weekly Nwa tb en largest eluba of (rem any o arita'obyth Mucous Uurtnoca of tho flyatem. It 1st fullratesubacrlhet heat Blood Purirur In tho day ol July, 1M. Eath substrlpUon In the WORLD, nnd Is worth ALL that 1st eluU will be oharswi for It, for THAT. alone s $il,0001N;OIal! ONE TJOLLAR 2d Sd ltho FIl , YEAIt. . TTXTI k a, h bnt-catc- l ' For many years explorers havo modo attempts to penctrato to the far North, seeking the open Folar son, which was believed to exist, and endeavoring to penctrato to the North polo. In 1850 an Arctic expedition was fitted out by Henry Grinnell, of New York, with Lieut E. J. Dellnven as commander and Dr. Elisha Kent Kane as naturalist and surgeon. This is classed as tho first United States exixxlition ot search ; it returned in 1851 without finding trace of Fronkliu. Dr. Kane in 1853 sailed from Boston in the Advance, with a company ot seventeen men, among whom was Dr. nayes; thoy encountered many dangers, and returned to Boston, whero they arrived Oct 11, 1855. On May 29, 18C0, tho first cxjiedition o Cliarlcs Francis Hall sailed from New London, Ct, to search "for Franklin, and rotnrned without finding any trace ot that navigator, after au absenco oj two years. Dr. Hnyos sailed from Boston, July 9, 18C0, in tho schooner United States, of 133 tons, with fourteen persons in tho party, not including himself ; ho reached land iu latitudo 81 deg. 37 mill. Hall started from Now London, Ct, on his second trip.July 30, 18C4, and returned in 1809 ;' and again ho fitted ont an expedition by a Congressional' appropriation, and went north to find tho open Polar sea, but ho died in Greenland, Nov. 8, 1871 ; his Afflicted, Attention DK. GAM'S ItEHIEMES FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTl'llEK BY W. For Urges! Club. I K. flANN. M P., MONTICELI.O. KY. The world Is SUM wllh tb wonderful, and Intrlratr. Invention! ot man. Tet all the roraolned talent and genlua that thn world hai v . r known nas never prouureu anjtning inai ran rornpara with 'Dr. tlann'a Kemedlta.1" Medical akilfand acltnro have, aa set, tailed to discover any thing oiual to them, for the cura of tb dl eaar for which they arc rerommenJed. As their virtu and uim ar Drained bv thouaands through out th lcngtb and breadth ol tb Und, and a i d, Blanuaru ramliv ueuicinta, iney ranooi i an1 are fully substantiated by the strong est iMtlmoolal. For Coughs, Golds, Croup, Bronchltla, Consumption and all Dlaraanu ot the Throat and Lunge, Ch--e THB MAKKItTUKI orTr On Mundrcxl Ooltnrsi tor nny It will nctt.Cueo, Cnso of ' Stls tlh WILLCLUi: ANV CASK. " ". iu " 7lh Offlcw of A. T BTtrwT fWI MM lib " , I'DICloo, 111 .June 4, ItsJO. 30 tlth - 'Z. -. lltttrt F J reeyit fVs.. TtJnfo, t) SW jMli " .. (,n(lmis. -- 1 Ul.1 tla.suro Inloficmlnr you Catarrh Curet. It lusa that I bO' uej ilalV n.l -- 11,000 Total. dont tstlutma evsrvMms IsvMTery td-aCatarrblf lakro worklog br tie presMlatus must My 'hat llu.ilrurcanycasoof Partleo .ive Vuurvj Irulr, Invariably send ono dollar with each namo r-- port- tvir1j". J. 11. WtuTTitr.roaiJ. ed, and they ahoaM git name with P. O. adaa fast as th staerlhf s lTOIlTII OJO A 1IOTTS.K. dresses, and send Harw uvl K. Kcitaar. JaiVcn. Hleh., wrltew aro obtained sent by mall at raurrltfvrSUycarvi. 1UH aCatarrtt Curst cvtml rJaall amounta of tnoaer tway iiuti.Mer It worth tKUOljttl. th Compaoj'a rlta, hut aHMhta over SI must be UittU t : rts ail sent bv stoR)ce ntooey tml, r. rhee k or by V J. CIIE.VEV Js CO. letter. Men.1 fr se.4mefi ropy and then Marmla.ii.nil ami FcUt lrvictetura, tuijuai, uiiiu. aulacrlt-- s for It. Addre-- a 4th " " " Slot) In gold jWU INIERNAL tr-I- N CURE SWCAIARRH ... And we - iw-h- t- -r regis-cer- in tr Set and TIIK WI.F.KI.V NKWH, '."on liar atrret, Unclncall. Ohio. For aal In Hiaiifotd by Penny A MrAllalef I ANRRFTHSniEESEEDS oue Hew Plnn Dr. Gnnn'ri Cough Syrup. his'h I.lTcr Cure. Fnr Uver CVnnnlalnt.DeiDrDila. Io.lleeitlon.Jaun die. Constipation, Dour ttonuch and all lllllous uiaeaaei. SEEDS For tllA rCrir.HAMTn For tho MARKET GARDENER SEEDS FAMILY SEEDS For thohyPRIVATE on "r "" Fl"rn SEEDS Atirff"!"" Crown illualratrd Culalogue and Mural Iteilaler PURK TO ALU MERCHANT, HINII UH YMflt llfWINESS CUIUS FOli TltAlli: LIST. Use twaai Dr. For nheuinatlsm. Neuralgia, Sprains, Bruise and Swellings an eiternal appUcatlon for manor DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS,PHILADELPHIA Uso Dr. Gauu'ri I.lnliMCHt. ror Piles, Hemorrhoids, Burns, Fistula and all similar uiseasea -- Chc Dr. GanB'H Crie Pile Ointment. and Old Sores, et THE- For Freah Cut, Burn. Ulcer , ; ta vessel was tho Polaris, which sailed from A Keliabla Toole. Appetiser and Blood Purifier, Now York Juno 29, 1871. On July 8, and also cure Iiipecpsla, Jndlgcatlon, Liter Ccuiplalot, Malarial Fever and all txrlodlcal 1879, the steamer Jeannetto was fitted Diseases. Manufactured and for sal by out at San Francisco by James Gordon 2wT. 3D., IC. Bennett, for an Arctio trip through proprietor, MonttreUo, Ky. aaTAll order Bhring's straits, tho crow numliering Sol matt will receive pioinpt attention. by thirty-twmen. On Juno 19, 1878, Lieut Fred Scwhatka, with a party of five, left Now York in search of the R. CENTRAL remains of tho Franklin party, which KENTUCKY found, and tho party returned after auto r raa an absenco ot over two years. A propTHE M08T DESIBABLE KOUTE T- ,osition has been made by a prominent and aventurons English naval ofllcer to go north as far as possible by vessel and It sltdges, nnd take balloons nnd with them And decidedly the Popular Bout, affording, a to dooa, less change and superior accommodation seek tho North pole. Dr. GHnn'N Illtlcr-HweOintment. VsoDr.GttHu'MNIoHincla Bittern INTERIOR JOURNAL VrsMsiMgsfaag-jbs W. M-- ll fStWiimjm t JWt o I CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, kySmmlwKKiBlSarM"l ' flHalrTltll awawaflgwawawawawawawaPllig Is St. Louts a man was fed seveu months through a hole in hh stnnin.Mi, and did tuuso. of- n ilUoaso duo to nnothei It is fashionablo in New Eugland tc drivo horses three abreast to sleighs, at Iho ltnssians do. KO UK. NKW Tb North, Northwest and West. In fact, If you coot m plat a trip In any direction, your Interest m t.. I.Mt .....1 hv tiur.h..in vour tickets via K. C and Cincinnati. . Trslus each way 2; Pull man Palaco lata; Klegaot new uay uiscnea, auu h.ndauuely furnished llecliulng Chair Cars lorm the unequaled equipment of this Old lUllsble, thereby uiaklog a trip star this lln ou ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIME TABLE. IN EFFEOf PEC. SI, 18U. JKM -- 1STE1A.3V(I:- ARITHMETIC. ts Brcak-Thcir-Hc- tide-wat- h i . rts ul g. No. 4. I No. No. 2. (South. In a school room aro twelvo benches nino boys on a bench. Find who Lve, Covington.... 8 00 am 9 SO n in SOOpui and SSOSD 4 10 p tn 18pm Falmouth stole tho teacher's gad. 10 60 a ui o w y ui 10 to pu " CjDlblsna u m I00pia It SO am ft " A laundress takes in twelve shirts and Air, Parla. 1120 pm Loiloglon... I. 1& p in SO u iu 11 23 pia 1 23 p m 7 has four stolen from her lino. How many Lv. Lexington m 12 10 am p in Arr. Wlocbeater. 2 SI p in a zu p ui 12 tlaui 00 01 MU rJlcrllug. arc left and what are tho losers goipg-t7 Albland....... 8 51 p ir Tuaui do about it? 03 p ui Huntington... No. o. A farmer sold oloven bushels of potaNo. 1. No.S. Noam. toes and tho product purchased two galS SO a m Lvn. Huntington.. 7 15 a ul " Ashland . lons of whisky at 90 cents per gallon. II SS a in iUsu Sit. Hterllng. now much per bushel did ho get for his Winchester.. IS 21 p m o io a to p to 7 W a ui Arr. Islington.... 10 tubers, nnd whero did ho keep tho Lva. Islington.. 2 io p nt IUsu 13 pm a " Paris. .... 3 00 p ui S S3 a ui 33pul bur?' " Cynthlana.. .. 3 M u ui 9 IS ui Waiu A mother standing at tho gato colls to Falmouth..... 4 43 p ru 10 IS a tu 23 put S3 put o is p ui 11 33 a m feot Arr- - Covington her boy who U exactly sixty-oigMAYoVILLE DIVISION two minutes and twenty distant It takes lOpiu No. SLf. Milogtou 3 put. Arr. Usysvllls two seconds tor the sound to reach him' No. 10 Msvsvlllt S 00 am. ' Lexington V 23am " Maysvlll H 43am from this tho velocity with whloh a No. II " Pari 20 a m, Find No. IS " Msysvlll. mopin " UalngUinS 83jim ." JOB PRIH'Tira& OFFICE la Froparod to do all kinds of Printing in tlio Dost of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. EDWARD WILDER'S Never full ti cu.u Fvr ami Ague, InUrmllUnt Fvr, Dumb Aju. Dyipiptta, Uvr s Complslat, laJIflstlioa, Colio slid Flos. It Will Cure Cslivnt. It U r. talo Allsrsti.s klltt Tools a tnlld and Dalightrul lavljgrsnt (or Dslicsts Womsn, a powttful rcupe raut alur U.e (rain luut been debilitated, and nxlucx'U by slcVnc&s, an iiccllcnt appetizer, system, strcngtheni the portal kIviw touo to the dl(lht ursana, preheat Mslarit, brace tip the circulation aud clitr the vtliule aalinal economy from tbo teed of dlacaae. The albjhttat aiuclc ol (over muy bo o rvludo to tho wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It wlillat it yet In Its commencement, may I of no value when It Is at IU (ull development I"artlcu I tlferoua Inllueueo o( Malaria cllngi la larly 1 tblas tho csuw with persons arouiKLwUira tlio sad Wssk 8lmh. tho form o( Dumb Chills, Brow Aju. Ptlnful Unl uiirlvalwl, and IU good Yut the Cure ol all Ibe above DIkmuw tbU preMtraUou by tho ablest and permanent cffifta are attested by tliousandi, and It U recomuwuded allka meillcal men and the ministry It wonderful power and benefiTHY IT, all you that are afflicted, and be convinced ol cial effort. Break-Thcir-ne- ' N. runs dally, and baa day coachis froinCta clnnall to WaahlngUin, Pullman Sleepers to Kaoa. wba rwlla, W.Va. and UecllnlDg Chair Car to Lsl only at station on K. C. U. it. lo Ingion. wEertliuU given. No. 2 runs dally, eicept Huodsyi ha through coachea to llunilnituu. No. 4 runa dally, aicepttJundayi ha through coach to Mt. Bltrllog thd parlor car lo Marsvill. No. S runs dally; has eltgsntday ooacb frotu Waablog ton, Pullman Hleetr front Kanawha Fall and t,.,lne cava from LxId on lo Clnclunail. Ouly ihrttop. No. 1 and S luu dally, eicept Buu Thousands are being cured of Catarrh day, na uav inrouga coaenca irvui atnuuuuguiu and Mt. Blrrllng. Direct connection LeilogUm everr year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that wllh stage for ulcbuond,Ky.,Lawrucburg,Ky., the doctors had Riven up and said could and Vws.lllos.iCy. C. L.BUOWN. ii w. iiKNnKlt. Qto'l Pas. A Tkt. At. not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Bold by tJupwtattndinL uorai oao, uirmgwu, a.y, & McAlUter, Stanford, Ky, Penny woman's voice travels. A woman earned 42 cents per day by washing, and vupportcd a husband who cousumed $1 worth of provisions per week. How much was she in debt at theeudof each month, up to tho timo ha was scut to tlio workhouse? 8pl, STOMACH BITTERS ror Sale 1st Stanford. ly te lUoAllistor.