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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 16, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883031601_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 16, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "I-- UJI 1V. & VOLUME X.-NUM- end - ftett 010. Borrowing Mefio 10, 1883. DARBYS Cor. James B McCrtary. onfnaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH Tool. of Another Mind ot Money. 130. IK. P. W ALTON, Editor and Proprietor r. h. waltoh, Business Manager Piitittnlinl Tucmlnti iiil M'rliltiU'i VJ.no sysrri lJ5Il ANNlIJf. don't send itamrn In payment nf urepl to nuke chug. nl then of not jiTfrihrr wnta. Tiro Calm in Firs Month, A gentleman of Now Jersey writes tho Country Gentleman m follows: "I notice- that onoof your correspondents givca the very interonting caso of his grado Jersey cow which produced two calves within five nionthi, both well developed, and apparently at full maturity. Tiioro nro only two theories as to how such n freak of nature could occur. First, a twin and the retarded growth of ono fcctui, so that they did not arrivo at maturity at the samo timo. Second, a subsequent conception somo months after tho first. The long in tcrval between the birth of tho first and second calf precludci the first theory, and we can only conclude that tho cow was already with call at tho timo she was served by tho bull on tho 21st Dcccmlier, and that the last call was tho result of a second at that time. In regard to the genus Homo, this is proved to bo possible, and Doctor Napheys, of Philadelphia, in his excellent work; "The Physical Life of Woman," gives several instances of tho kind. Ono is tho caso of a "wo man aged 37, giving birth April 30th, to a Hying boy at full term, and on the ensuing September ICth, to a living girl, which was recognized by tho sixe and well developed conditiou of its body and limbs to havo been also carried until full term." Another is tho caio of a woman who "brought into tho world a girl on Jan. 20, 1780. and five months nnd six days afterward a second girl, nlso np parcntly at term, and well nourished." Dr. IS', remarks that "the weight ot scientific observation nud authority has now established the fact that in very raro instances a second conception rnny tako place during pregnancy." The abovo coses are interesting in connection with tho communication referred to, nnd show that tho wonderful performance of his cow is with in the raugo of physical posiihilily His conclusions in regard to a double uterus in the case of twins, is not confirmed by tho abovo cases. In regard to tho first case quoted abovo, the author says: "In this inslauce thero was not a double womb, as might perhaps bo supposed, for after the' mother's death an examination proved that tho uterus was single." cdu-cept- ion 17-1- tho Country Gentleman icntihly writci: "Doctor Franklin once raid with a good deal of truth, that 'ho who goes a borrowing, goes a sorrowing;' but I havo found by cxpcricnco that 'ho who goes n lending has annoyanro unending.' All my nearer neighbors who lived in a village onco borrowed my square harrow to work their glrdons, until one day I found tlmt six teeth wcrogono. I then told them that I would continuo to lend on condition that ovcry borrower should replace ono tooth till all were restored. Sorao got mad, others went away and said nothing and only ono agreed to tho terms. llut tlic worst caso of the mentioned 'annoyance,' was discribod nt a Into meeting of tho Klmlra Farmers' Club. Mr. Armstrong said ho bought n mowing machlno many years ago, but lcforo ho hitched tho horses to it a borrower came. Ho took itand it went from place to placo until half its value was lost and in fact, Mr. Armstrong said he sold it for just half iu first cost, without having used it a singlo timo and mado a good bargain. In soma neighborhoods this ovil is much worso than in other, nnd neighbors think thoy havo the first right to a tool and tbo owner tho second chanco. Some never bring tho things home, and often tho whole neighborhood is searched to know who has it. The only thanks which the owner sometimes goti is in in thoshapo of a rebuke for loading a tool which has Borne defect about it, and for which he ought to get it mended and pay for tho work ready to lend again. I could tell a great many mora such cases. Now, is it not the duty of ovcrv good farmer to use all tho iufluenco he can to break up this wretched custom. I offer no other suggestions; each ono must decide on tho best way to do it." ab-jv- A correspondent Washington rpccial: Tho now postal nolo which Congrois authorized at its Instsetsioii will bo ready tor issue iu September next. It will pasi current undoubtedly as money. The note is to bo bought liko a poitage stamp, payable to bearer, in an nm't thrco cents to $5. It will bo about tho size of tho ordinary green-hacThe model proposed by tho department, which was submitted to tho Postal Committee of the House, had at the right hand two columns giving tho month of tho year and tho dates of twelvo years, beginning with 1883. At tho left hand are threo coluras of figures, ono repfrom Post-ofiico resenting dollars numbered up to four; a second, representing ten cents numbered up to nine: a third, repre senting cents numbered up to nine, each series ending with a cipher. Tho Postmaster at tho office issuing tho nolo will punch tho month and tho year, tho number of dollars, dimes and cents in their respective columns, thus preventing any alteration of the amount or date. The new rate for postal orders, which will go into effect after July let noxt, will bo ns follows: For 810, eight cents; from $10 to 815, ten cents; between 810 and 830 fifteen cents; between 840 and 850, twenty-fi- ve cents; between 850 and 800, thirty cents; between $G0 and 870, thirty-fivcents; between 870 and 880, forty cents; between 880 and 8100, forty-fi- vo cents. No mon ey order to exceed $100 is to be is e Tho Lexinston correspondent of the Cincinnati JYeirj cxnresca our senti ments exactly in tho following notice of our "There is some talk in the newspapers about ox Governor McCreary for Senator. He has a mind admirably adapted to questions of finance and economy; cautious, conservative, nnd prudent, ho could raise or lower tho tariff on dynamite and collect it, too, if necessary without tho least dan ger of being blown up. If ever there was a man who could bo trusted in- sido a powder mill with a box of luci-fc- r matches in bis pocket, that man is "Jim McCreary. Ho has the pecu liar faculty of moving along with a wavo of public excitement just fast enough to keep it from breaking over him and just slow enough to check it beforo it goes too far, and float placidly with it bsck to tho 'safety lino. Consequently he mado the best governor Kentucky has had within the recollection of the "oldest inhabitant," and camo nearer pleasing every body at tho samo time. He did nothing without deliberation, and satisfied himself ns to all tho facts and details beforo ho drew his conclusions. So ho could always render a good reason for whatever he did. I have no doubt tbat ho would liko to go to the Senate, and if he were sent thero his pol ished manners and uniform courtesy would sccuro him an immediate re cognition which other might look for a long time in vain." new-com- ers PROPHYLACTIC Household Arllrls for Universal FLUID. family WALL PAPER! n, l'. Scarlet and For Typhoid Eradicates MALARIA. I Diphtheria, Ulcerate! fore Throat, Small Pox, Measles, anil Fem, TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, all Contairlous Dl.ea.rs. should Persons willing on we ll frr.lv Scarlet Ferer has the Sick known to spr-awhere the Fluid wm neeer n ued. Yellow Ferer hit been cured with it after black Tnmll had taken place. The wont cue of Diphtheria yield to It BMAIX-I'OFererrdinclNlckrer. and anna refreshed and prevent- - riTTINO of Small lied Soree rd by batfiine with To. I'llEVENTKD . ,. . Darhva Find. i X M'ROBERTS & STAGG'S Druggists mid Booksellers, Stanford, Ky. Opora House Blook, - AmemoerMmjrumllv wal taken with Small pox. 1 used the Horn Throat it ti a Fluid the patient wat sure cure waa not Contacion dettrored not delirious,was about For Frosted Feet. pitted, and tnrce a. inc nouse azain inothers Chlllilalni, weeks, and no unsung., etc. had It -- J W. Rheumatism cured. Philadelphia. Ho ft White) Complex- lone tecured by iu iue. flhlr Ferer prevented To purify the llreath, I Diphtheria Air made Iinnurs and purified. harraiess 1 or rile H. Stanford, XJi-wTA,-a- T G. - RUPLEY, - Cleanse me xeetn. It can't be surpassed. Catarrh relieved and cured. Krjalpelaa cured. Provented. itlEKUIIAttT VAIXaOIt, Scurrr cured. An Antidote for Animal or Vegetable Poisons, 1 used the Fluid dunnr our present affliction with tth dded advantage. Ills Indispensable to the sick. Wu. F Sand.! room. Eyrie, AU, roao, aungi, etc rv.r .. phtherla A. Stollihwxrcic. Greensboro, Ala Tetter dried tip. t;uoinrn prevertea vceT puririej and healed Kentucky, In cnsesorDeatlilt I Scarlet Fever I I Cured. I alclnn.J.MAKION I., New York, aars- "I am KI3IH, M. - should be used about It wlU the corpse preveit any unpleas ant tmeu The eminent Phy. jMUblMi w? wy ale t Feed. :CSITIAIBILilEI!r. DBI-A-IRIISriE- .A-ISTO convinced Prof Darby Proph lactic Fluid is a valjable disinfectant." SIHCOIF. Vanderbllt University, Nashville, Tenn. 1 testify buck. fanny Music For a Funeral A Romance in Real Lite. to the most excellent qualities of Prof. Darbys Prophylactic Fluid As a disinfectant and detergent It Is both theoretically and practically supenor to any preparation with which am acquainted. N. T LurroN, Prof. Chemistry Hon. Attxannia II STlnixxs, of Georgia; Key. Chas. F, Ucims, D.D., Church of the Strangers, N. V., LiCohti, Columbia, Prof.,Unlverslly,S.C. A. J Uattli. Prof , Mercer University j Kev. Geo. F. Piikcx, llishop M E. Church. Anxious tor tho Proof. An Enormous Ttltphonie Enterprise. A. number of gentlemen interested in tho formation of a telephone company, in opposition to tho Bell corpof ration oi this city, came together afternoon at 42 South Third atreot. It was stated that a company with' a capital of ten million dollars was being formed in New York, but would bo with tbat all pellicular held until tbo expiration of two weeks wheu tho promoters will bo prepared to put their project before tho public. So far they dechuo to reveal tho name of the system they have adopted, but they - claim-lliH- t it is Burner to any A geutlemuu thing eUe extaut. iu tho comiug cuu greatly lutea-slccern said that tho instruments which thoy will uso aro capablo of taking sound several thousands of miles. "There is no coufused jumblo of be added, "such us character-ues'Totbsystems, and tho phoues will bo so made that they will never need looking after. The present ones iu uso iu Philadelphia havo to bo fro queutly visited by men to keep thorn in order. Wo iuteud to have an ex change system by which a subscriber will be able to talk with persona iu New York. Cliicairo, Cincinnati, and eventually all over tho country. Tho wires have been practically tested over four hundred miles with success, aud. by a laboratory test wo fiml that they can be used actually for thirteou thouMndfcrailes; iu fact, tho souud never seems to diminish. Wo shall probably be in ruuuiug order iu niiio Philadelphia Times. ty days." yes-terdaer Speaking of a bastardy case, tho Courier Journal is reminded of a story, as follows : The only caso of the kind wo ever heard of which resulted in a perfectly satisfactory way happened many years ago in this city. Tho venerable Col. John Sebastian uud his wifo had lived together forty years without issue. They were devoted to one another. Tho Colonel was a model of a man in character, appearance, manners and couduct, his estiniablo better half equally exemplary, gracious nod graceful. They wcro ople of conditiou and fortune. On a certain occasion an adventures, seiziug what she thought a favorable opportunity, approached tho good Colonel and told him llatly that if ho did not givo tier five hundred dollars she would institute proceedings against him for bastardy. A sweet smilo passed over tho old gentleman's features. A pleased gleam stole through his spectacle. With great deliberation and complacency ho took a pinch of snuff, slowly removed his glasses nnd wiped them gently, and says ho, ".Miss, do you think you could really produoe the child in court?" Tho lady was ,)8i-tivshe could. "Then'eays tho Co lonel, with tho beuig-uit- y of a L'iuis lo Ginnd, "if you will go and convince Mrs. Sebastian that I am the father of that child I will givo you a thousand dollars." The would-h- o blackmailer took herdepar turo and the subsequent proceedings intcrested'her un more. good-humo- red Tho death and burial of F G. Steb-hinfor twenty years editor of Cuba, N. Y., I'tilriol, croated n sensa-tinin western New York. Stebbins was au agnostic. For years bo has been dyiugof consumption, and for months has brooded over his approaching dissolution. He was impressed by tho reftunl of Charles Thorne, tho actor, to have nuy religious services held over his remains, nnd prior to his death exacted from his family the promise that no minister of any denomination should be allowed to hold religious services over his body. Ho was a'member of lodge 553. Knights of Honor, nd aked that the ceremo ny be conducted by that chapter. Ho desired tho Knights, in following his remains to tho grave, to sing, "Marching Through Georgia," repeating the song when the earth fell on his coffin. On leaving tbo cemetery, they were to My Lover." Stebsing, "Good-bybins iicd lost Friday, the funeral taking place a day or two after. Twenty-eigh- t Knights in full regalia attended the funeral. They sung the songs requested, both in going nnd coming. Tho mourners did not seem to mind tho straugeness of tho obsequies. The scene at tho grave when tho earth clattered on tho box and the Knights started up tho old war song, was impressive. As tho last words died away the cdrtege moved on, and when out side the cemetery, tho sentimental eoug was (aken up and sung. s, u e A Cleveland paper contains the fol lowing romantic story: A traveling the artist from Cleveland mado tbo ac quaintance of tho daughter of a prom inent lawyer in Chillicotho and form ed an ardent attachment for her which was fully reciprocated. When the lover proposed to the father to address his daughter he was kicked down a flight of stairs. Attempting to carry his point with the mother, he was treated to a dipperful of scalding water. The daughter was held a prison er in her chamber, but managed to get a note to her lover informing him that all communications appearing in the personal column of a Cincinnati paper nddressed to 'Jeannette' aud signed 'Jean' would receive attention. Correspondence was carried on in this way for some time, when the girl was permitted to make a prolonged visit in Cleveland. Meeting her lover there, they were married, and resided at the groom's father's for four months without tho marriage being discover ed. Returning home, the wife, after a time, found herself about to becomo a mother, but bad not tho courage to divulge tho secret. She gained her parents' consent to go to school at Cin cinnati. Arrived in that city, she in in a few days informed lfer husband, through the old channel of the newspaper, that ho was a father, and tho happy parent hurried to her side. .Darbys Fluid la Kecommended by Having bought out S. II. l.nugliinan, we will keep on linnd u nice lot of Horses nud liuggios, which we will let nt reasonable rntcs. Will nlso board Horses by the dny or week. Wo nre also in And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. NUN JVISl.IiE, 8TAL0tSoD.v. Respectfully, in. the: coal trade, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or eternally lor 0111 or fjcasu The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we have abundant evidence that I has done evervthinff it here claimed. For fuller Information get of your Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, J. II. ZEILIN & CO., Manufacturing Chemists. PHILADELPHIA. iNDisrr.NSAiir.K to kvgry home. She Was Only Fooling About The Seat Being Engaged. A man traveling on a Dakota rail- Groceries, Provisions, &c, r Wo aro told by the friends of Gov. Blackburn tbat it is through sympa thy that he pardons bo many transIt may be, but isn't it re gressors. raarkably strauge that his sympathy goes out to no other class of people. Why is it he has no sympathy for The Guide. widows and orphans f 'At a 'party in MarJhalltbwo,' Iowa, a gentian was danced with the' lights turned out. . As raosj of the daubers belonged to a Methodist church, the pastor on tho following Sunday de nounced the act as scandalous, and as serted , tbat those concerned in it would not dare to repeat it in the light. They responded by giving what pur ported to Io an exact reproduction of A young married man of Atheus, the figure; put several persons who (5a., was traveling through the coun had heard, though they had not seen, try last Saturday, when ho saw an cu- - tho original, declared that certain volojie lying in tho road and picked it sounds resembling kisses were omitted. up. It was found to contain the pho The best cider preservative is sali togrnphofa colored damsel, aud tho cylic acid. It has been extensively gentlemau placed it iu his pocket and used, and .samples of cider that have thought nothing of his find uutil Sun- been kept from six months to a year, day morning, when his wife, in chaug still have tho peculiar flavor of new ing his clothes, discovered it. Sho lit sweet elder. Ono ounce of tho acid is hornet, sufficient for a barrel of thirty-twon htm liko a double-point- ed and while tho outraged lady was tak gallons. Put the acid iu the sweet ing the scalp of the victim to circum- cider and mix it well; then bung up. stantial evidence, ho tried to explain It will not forment. how the picture came in his possession The editor of a Dublin nowspapcr but the wife didn't swallow the sto has framed aud huug up iu his office a ry worth a cent. Yesterday sho con unique memorial of a reporter's foresuited a lawyer about a divorce. thought. It is a telegram which ho Mr. Soott, of the perfecting print- received a few weeks ago and it reads: ing press bearing his name, says that "Please keep column open for dastard u few years ago, when connected with ly outrago to be committed at eleven tho Inter-Oceit printed a paper of o'clock tonight." 201 pagos. Teu days were required A Thaw of Thought. "What (or the presswork. Ktch sheet of four did you think of my train of thought?" pages was folded insido of tho other, asked a leoturer of a supposed friend. making the weight of tho completed "I thought it lacked only one thing," paper 3J lbs. No carriers could pro- replied the supposed friend. "Ah!" tend to deliver the routo, consequently responded the delighted lecturor, "aud CO wagons wero employed for deliverwhat was that?" "A sleepiug-ca'r- ," ing tho edition to the mail and tho was tho answer. city patrons. Tho Chicago city tax Wm. llartmau, Louisville, says: list was tho immediate cause of this "I uied Brown's Iron Hitters for genraoustrius paper, the advertising of eral debility andshattered coustitution with good results." Which amounted to 875,000. o an, A Tearless Urief. "I saw you at tho funeral tho other day," said one lady to another yesterday. "Yes, I saw you too." "How natural the corpso looked." "Just liko marble." "I never heard a more affectiug fu neral sermon; did you?" "Never. And you think of it, when everybody was crying I reached for ray handkerchief, and found lo my horror that it was a red ono I had in my pocket. "' "Goodness! What did you do?" "Why, I didn't cry. How could I, when every one in church was using white?" Stockton Mail. Good-bye road approached a pretty girl who oc cupied a full seat and naked her politely if he might take part of it. "Seat's engaged," she replied pertly. "Got Bomo apples in my grip sack," ISIock, observed the man, scratching his chin meditatively. "Seat's engaged," replied the girl, Desire to call attention to the Large ami ComprchtnilT Stock of spreading her skirts out. "Got somo nice cakes and candies," Groccrlt?8, l'rovlslonn, CoufoclloncrlcH, Tobacco, Clears, tic, mused the applicant, appearing to pay Which be Veer always on band. MaVea a specialty ot IlanJIlDg Goods at Wholesale on Small Profit. no attention to her. Goods dellfered wltala town limits free of charge. "I tell you the seat's engaged," Bhe answered with a enifl of disdain. "Nuts and raisins, fresh sandwichand es, pie, all in the same grip-sacthe man looked at her sideways. "Don't make any difference, seat's engaged," and she turned to tho winIEAI,EKS IS- dow as though she was tired of the subject. "And a flaskof tho best whisky that ever trickled down a woman's gullet," continued the stranger. "How did you know I was only fooling about this seat being engaged?" murmured the Dakota girl, her face breaking into a wreath of smiles. "It takes a man to find out when a woman U having her little joke." And nobody had a better time tbau that man the rest of the trip. R. G. BRIGHTS --- St. Asaph STATV3ErOR-I- IT.9 k," A. OWSLEY & SON, -- Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates and Timvaro, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Barnes, Traces, Mr Randall. Good- Sam. Samuel J. Good-by- e, Tho line has to be drawn somewhere. We draw it at that thieving tariff. Tako caro of yourself, old friend. Now and think of us as you meander along tho narrow defiles of protection, lighted by the furnace fires of pig iron. You need not send us a lock of your You will need all of hair, however. that yourself. "Farewell, Brother Courier JourCrawford, tarewell. nal. To Take Wauts Off Cow's Teats. Touch each wart daily withasbarp ly pointed stick which has been dipped iu nitric acid (aquafortis) being careful tbat tho littlo drop on the point of tho stick wets nothing but the wart. Do this for a week, and ropeat in four weeks, if any aro left. bye, Glue, as ordinarily Implements. Call and soe the gonnino Hamilton Plow . made, with water, must bo used hot, and when cold it becomes hard and almost solid again. Glue, that will remain liquid, and is always ready for use, is very convenient to have at hand. It is prepared by placing frag ments of the best glue in a bottle, and EJTGI1VE. coveriug them with acetio aciJ, which may bo had at auy drug store. The bottle is placed in a vessel of water, which is gradually heated and kept SAFE AND DURABLE I dissolved. warm until the glue is Durabllltr tnl BelltbU Work. It It In tut. there UuoEnjlaelhttfiutUUfor Hrlee.Slmpllellr, OrlTe THE EMUINK u Liquid Glue. Salt, Limo, Cement, Fiold Seeds, Flows and Farming OEIEA. HOUSE! BLOCK. BOOKWALTER THE I'OKTAIil.i: just SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. CORN SHELLERS, Dr. Mudd, beforo his death, put in writing some bitter recollections of his imprisonment for four years at tho PRINTING PRESSES Dry Tortugas. "What I endured," he wroto, on that barreu coral reef, Siuvn, , rises be accursed and fore me at times like a horror of great darkness, and will never bo effaced as long as memory remains." MillN, Wood plaguo-Bmitten- sHliIw ElevatorH, Cotton Giiia, Corn lHrmHJsfTN Feecl43IHI.M, Hay 1're.sNe.s, PILES "PILES ! PILES I A girl just returned to Hannibal, nd get a sample bo fret) o charge. Weaty to all purcbisere that e guarantee our Bookwaller Engine to be well and lubstsotlslly made: lob sal, simple. durabUaDd couplet In ounstruclloo, to work well aud glte the fulrpower Mo., from a Boston high school, said Rer. C II. Marshall, formerly paitor of fourth claimed when woixrlr attached and managel . We nuke the shore guarantee, and sell on tbe tollow togiue git in 50 dayi eirlral or upon seeing a tire engine at wort: IWjjterlsu chutcb, Iudlauapulte, sail. he baa Ing condition!, sli will giro the purchaser the flrst to come alter tbe guarantee, mo w ll taketoback Ibe we In hie faiulljr, a fair and uibfsctory uialj In case I be Login falli proildednp to our Eipcclorant on tbe the purchaser returns "Who would evah have dweamed used Drowo'sgood results, for jesrs bf I'ennjr & Engine, refund erery dollar recalled subject Engine,order by the due ol uld M aayi' the Loglaoto nil trial. for isle alwsjs with to our railroad station, aud lease It such a diminutivo looking apawatus Mcallster, Stanford, nd W. M.Weber, Mt. Vernon. neare' Certainly no mm could a a iota more uixirsi oner auicouiraoi. would hold so much wattah." LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .... ........ :10 00 Thrrell nothing more certiln thin lbs of use .. ........ Emlna and Hullar Brewu'i Eipectortul for a eeiere cough, which . WOW ....... ... Power Login and Hotter..... . . eU.IIore Wm. Hastings, Louisville, Ky., will ultliuitelf lead to Cofciuuiptlon or Cbronte Hi 00 ... .... ...- rower engine and Boiler -. sUM .. 1'ower Edgln ind Boiler suffered from vertigo llroncbtlls. If not cured. II taken when lbs cough says: "I have l)ellTid on care at tyrlogneid, Oblo, of murine deauipUr pamphlet, address the manufacturers, and geueral debility. I tried Brown's lsnrtcou-rcte- ror salalswdiwlll McAUster, 7011 Btan. fur further Information and bjr Penny 4 IU merits, CO., SprlHiifleld, Okie. JAMES LEI'FUJL Iron Bitters and am now well." ford, and W. M. Weber, Mt, Veiuon, -- and larestljslion Into toe character of this painful disease. To con-tlnuierU, call on l'eunj 4 Mo you ol In (real Allsler. Stanford, or W. M. Weber, ill. Vernon, heretofore In usa. I'ltf IU'. Itemtitg'n Arte OUcoreru ll a radical cbior from Ibe old reuiedtea The Dlsruter U tbe result of for Creameries, opcs-HUeis- Imtlie.H, Av. . jsars of patient cleolloeHudr Call Ht The iHterier Jeuriml Olllceauil neeomi of tho dculrable Keiuoiubcr every KhkIuo EHgliieH in hRM oiirKHHrHHtec. Head Id !... . 93-t- r t V -- V v HE -lj! a John A. Allen, of Lexington Kr., has leen piesented with an elegant aword by the Louiaville Legion, Loutaville Light Artillery, Blackburn Guards, of Midway, and Lexington Guards, as a commendation of his brave and prudent conduct in the Ashland affair, last fall. Gen. Dodge, of the Kentucky Union, has promised a newspaper man a ride over the first twenty miles of the road by Jan 1, '84, In about ten days he will issue i phamphiet with full information, includ ing that gained by a recent trip through Powell, Wolfe and Breathitt counties. At Chattanooga, D. D. Jones, whose divorce suit had been written up in the Timti, attacked George W. Ochs, city edl tor of that paper, and beat hiiu over thn head with a cane. Ochs responded with a pistol shot, which took effect in Jonea' Paint Lick. side, ami it is believed will prove fatal Mrs. Ike Arnold is dangerously ill. In Jessamine county George Atlrnden Our farmers are busy sowing oats and shot Fremont Oaks through the bowels. The wound is probably fatal. Uaka and grass seed. Henry Hackley left Monday morning another man rode by Alienden's house and for Bloomfield, Ky., where he will assist fired six shots at it. Allenden returned the fire with the above result. There was his brother George, in the railroad nflice. Last Friday night a party of gentledo previous quarrel between the parties. men were out fox hunting, and aa they John II. Jacobs, who killed Miss KHKKli'M,CnrrlHKOH,rSirlnKlVnKoiiH, I'ariu U'nKOHK,I.oglVKoH, Catherine Edwards, in Caaevville, Ill , by were passing by a neighbors house a large bull-dojumped on one of their hounda playfully snapping a gun at her, waa comand began to "chaw" him. One of the mitted to jail without bail, notwithstanding the jury rendered a verdict that the gentlemen dismounted to assist the hound, act was unintentional on his part. Exact- when they had a regular ly the way to deal with such idiots. It fight. The young ladies of the house hearing the noise, ran out with a light to see may learn them better sense. Since the close of Congress a tremen what was the matter, and when they bad dous change, haa taken place in the public got near enough to see that the gentleman ors, Butler, Cleveland and Patlison, city offers through the Pott to bet 850 $2,700. had on a yellow overcoat and was Uarence Jiite, a. cousin of tne James supposed to have cojovca some on the latter proposition. The Judgo boys, recently pardoned by the Governor estimation in which Speaker Keifer haa they broke back to the house, yell generally been held. Heretofore he haa chances of getting the nomination ore is now in Owens bo ro, as usual ma of Missouri, died at his home in Logan been believed ing at the top ot their voices, "Convicts, to be a weak tool in the And entirely wiped out and they must tar- king scores of friends. If the pres- county, Monday. hinds of designing ringaters. Since his convicts, Mama, they are convicts." The National Distillers' Association performances of the poor fellow had to work out his own Jericho until their beards grow ent boom lasts till the lGth of May, ry at the closing hours the bigger. Butler has more brains than wo would not be surprised to see him aaya the government will lose the intereat fact is recognized that he is more knave aalvation. on about $20,000,000 by the failure to pass KILLED HIMSELF. than fool. TEff " ""iT V "F MsWtLwLwLwffTLwwwwwwwS any of tho three, but he is too recent get tho nomination on the first ballot. the bonded whisky bill. c r (.Vproal I JU Ixtirior Jirnu L From the Somerset Reporter.- - A meetcala recruit to be considered in the During the year '82 Kentucky had ing for the Lick, March 15, 0.60 r. m. Eb. fUllroad Carta, Krai era, Mowers, Hay IUlra, r.raln Drill., Broadcast Freder., XuUer ll.rro., Paint promotion of holiness will be in view ot tne net mat two moro 152 failures of business houses. Nominal culation. Turning to the west, there I'luwsWalklnaand IUJId rklllratare. Torn PrllJs,Corn Planters. Cullera.arn8ball,r,' FaI held at the M. E. Church every Friday Smith, a young man about twenty three era' Pollers, and many other Items murders were committed in New York ' capital, $,021,u?5; actual capital, $1,090,-01- rnlght. Geo. W. Orwin has years of age, shot and instantly killed him is the veteran Thurman, oi Ohio, a sold one of his in less than a day from the time tho liabilities, $1,037,351. self about 5 o'clock this evening. He waa man of high quality and wido expefarms, containing 100 acres, to Reuben two condemned men were swung off, law nrovides foolThe new money-ordrience. No man would be more auro of Barton, of Iowa, for $1,000. Levi Doolin, under the Influence of liquor and waa the New .York Sun asks, "Does the that money may be tent by money order or of McKinney, was seen with C. B. K. ing with his pistol. a pistol when being elected President than he, progallows restrain crime?" We don't postal note, in rums not exceeding $5, for ne came io town a lew uaya since, and up vided he could obtain the nomination LJtXCASTEK IDTLKTISEHLXTH. know so much about that, but wo three centa instead of ten, as now. on trial waa convicted, fined $40 and sent of tho democratic National Conven The republicans will be in a wtik to jail for ten days. know this, one fellow at least stops H. O. KAUFFMAN, minority in the next House, and they hare tion. But to do this the delegation of The Chief of the Secret Service Divistho criminal business so soon as the but a alight hold on the Senate, with some ATTOIINEV At luASW, Ohio must bo unanimously and earnion of the Treasury Department has been drop springs. It certainly restrains very poor material to do the holding. LANCASTER, KY. MM Wsse I w Ju JSaf"ShfSSSSSSJ advised that a most dangerous counterfeit estly and persistently combined in him. mM'J Maittr Comniluloner Garrard Circuit Court. Will The trial of the prisoners charged of the standard silver dollar baa made ita prutlra In all to Courts of Garrard and adjoining supporting him as their only choice. is announced that Mrs. Langtry with tho I hiroix Park murders, the at appearance in Ohio and Indiana. The counties and In the Court of Appeals. This is doubtful, and with all his tempted mnrder of Juror Field, and con base coin has the exact weight, ring will star next season under the man and character and ability it is likely ho spinier, will begin in Dublin, April 0. Iaul also prepared to rurnlsh prices and rtUmatetof all klodaof Engines, Si Mills, Threshing- Maappearapce of the genuine and resists the agement of Freddie Gebhardt. Con chines, Ilsy Presses, Straw stackers, Wind Mil's, Hors Towers, and various other klodi ol marhlatry. will be ruled out. Then there are The New Jersey Senate haa passed, al acid tests, unless the outer coating of sidering the amount of free advertis most unanimously, a bill prohibiting the Hendricks and McDonald, both of silver is penetrated. It would readily Tasiauar DaraaTMSNT. OrriCK or CoxrTaoiLCB or tiik CuaaiitCT, Tartlcs in want of any eoodi In iny line will long as both desire ing the latter has got, tho arrange- sale of cigarettes and tobacco to minors, be accepted aa genuine by merchants. Sev Indiana, but so WaaiiMciTON. Km. t3, 1MJ. to be a good one, finan- under a penalty of $20 for each offense. loot nothing by seeing tne lirbire purchasing eral of these pieces have only been disco v the nomination neither can win it, ment ought Winaiis. 'Iir satiiraelorv evidence rrrsrnUd to Martin Kane, a railroad laborer on the y t!ieuaerlgnedtlt haa been mada to appear that and while Gen. Palmer, of Illinois, cially, but what does old man Lang-tr- Kentucky Central extension, was blown ercd upon reaching a th Cltliens Mstlonal Bank o( Lancaster, In lbs K TSBSMJ think of it ? As an special friend town or Lancaster, la lbs rounlf of Garrard and would every where prove a strong A Letter From Texas. fragments, near Winchester Tuesday, Huts of Kentucky, has compiled with all lbs pro his we advise that he come over into vlslona of tba Itcrised Htatutta or tba United by the explosion of a lot of dynamite cart- Editor Interior Journal: condidato, tho rivalries which sur of with befora an uwColliksvillk, March 10. The county Htatea required to tw compiled rjuiuenca tbe oust, and see how things are working. ridges. ciaiion suaii oeauinonseu to . round him in his own State aro likely from which I write is Grayson, Iring in the nesaorbanklnff. Gov. Blackburn's plantation in Laco Now, there J. Knot, Comptroller of Tho Scientific American says that to prevent that union and that zeal of northern portion of the State, separated ina inrrencj. ore, I, Johnreriu mat mo iiiisena aonersor nia Circle, Ark , has been submerged by sW '.fljBsmcTstgS&awLsvjr tho democracy in his behalf, which are the haulage of our railways now emfrom the Indian Territory by Red Hirer on national wdk oi Laocasiar, in ma town of ud outer, In tbe county ol Uarrard and State ol Ken the rise in the Mississippi. Wouldn't it the north, Thia is claimed to bo one of tuck? la authorised to rotnuienco the business ot ploys over 17,000 locomotives, and have been nice if he had bten submerged necessary to give him the delegation tsrttt taotiiV"" Bectloo banking the moat fertile counties in the State; Htatutea as provided In Sulci. S.lCJof tht Itailsrd of tba United and to carry his name in triumph the aggregate cost to run them, such with it? Kalamaioo gjrlnj Toutti llrrrow In testimony whereof, Wltoeaa lay hand and adapted to nearly all kinds of grain. Cot Louisville & Nashville earnings for the through tbo ordeal. Randall would as fuel, water, oil, repiirs, and engi seal of offlco, lbli2ld day or February, ISM. lalnhinJIe. drain and Seeds ol all kinds, also ton is raised quite extensively, the average JOHN J. KNOX, week of February, 18S3, were $274,-02Comptroller of the Currency. provo an available candidate, though neers, is about $90,000,000, or not far fourth yield being bale per acre and is Hay and Wool. No. tfiii. corresponding week of 1882, $231,771; his chances are, of course, subject to from 85,000 a year fur each machine. worth from 8 to 10c per pound. (A bale 'Mul.nSuUajr Mow J month of February 1833, $1,012,700; 1882, law which exacts that Tho item for fuel alono is 833,000,000 that unwritten of cotton weighs COO pounds) The average $900,315. yield of corn is 30 to 00 bus. per acre; oats a candidate must first of all be sup- but the greater portion of this fuel is A movement is alleged to be on foot yield from 60 to 75 and often as high as ported in the National Convention Ly practically wasted. to nominate Senator Sherman for Govern100 bus. per acre. This has been good sv tho whole delegation of his own State. Dr. George E. "Walton denies the or of Ohio, with a view, in the event of hia country for raising stock and is yet, if one Managers Iluslonsllla Dsjol Holman, of Indiana, what a remedial value of the climate of Flor election, of pressing him as a Presidential has the capital to start with, but the graz And would make! ida for Northern invalids, especially quantity in '84. ing of stock on land belonging to capitalThe marriage of Senator David Davis Carlisle, ot Kentucky, likewise pos- those alllicted with pulmonary trou- and Mi Addle Burr was quietly celebra- ists and land speculators, as waa the case a i,. sesses superior gifts, but he is too new bles. In a Popular Science Monthly ted near Fayettevillc,N, C, Wednesday, few years ago, is now a thing of the past, Manager Lancaster Depot; and too untried, as yet, to be justified article he advises consumptives to The bridal party will make a tour of the for this county is now most all under fence. It is not an uncommon thing to see in aspiringto the Presidenoy. David keep away from there on account of North and West. K. II. WEAKEN, from 1,000 to 10,000 acres of land under CT Speaker Keller waa much flattered Davis is not available for either Bide the warm, humid, relaxing, enervafence in one field. Land is worth from $5 Mirngsjr Richmond tVpot Worn l'Unter, Consisting ol but if SamuelJ. Ttlden were in such ting character ot the atmospheric when a wag told him that he resembled to $15 per acre; improved farming land Gambetta. It waa afterward explained from $15 to $30 per acre. This is what a statoof physical vigor as to be able conditions. that Gambetta and he were both dead. would be called a prairie county, yet it haa Caliroruiu Apiicoin, to endure the toils and fatigues which It is stated that the average cost of New York World. plenty of timber for fuel, but not n great will weigh down tho strength of a production of an aero of wheat is $10,- Railroad building Is not so brisk this Grccu Gage IMuhih, deal to build with, in fact there is not reforming President, it is not too 50. It costs no more except in tho year aa it haa been. To March 1, there much needed, as fencing is done mostly TouiaiocH, much to sav that no other candidate ono item of measure, to raise a large had been constructed in this year 220 with post and wire, the cost being about 40 Yariiietitli Corn, of road; 452 the first two months of would be even thought of. His crop, than a small ono and every bush- miles cts. a rod. As to the quality of soil, the '82, and 109 in '81. KciibcU'h PcachcB, black, waxy land is regarded as the richest, matchless intellectual qualifications, el over the amount necessary to pay MaJ. Albertus Wilklns, aged sixty-fowet weather it is very disagreeable, his vast knowledge of public ques the expense of the crop, brings in the legitimate but in years, father of thirty-nin- e on ascount of its sticking nature. It will Pino Applets, tions, his entire identification with tbo profit to the farmer's pocket. children, by three wives, having had nine stick to anything, be it smooth as glas. tStrliii: Hcaiiw, successive pairs of twins borne to him, vital principles of democracy, render There resides in this land from June to SepThk Louisville Commercial of yes- died at Helena, Ark. Oj'HtCrH, al'C. him tho most eminent atnoog living tember, a email red bug called "chiger," lit Senator Tabor was the only man that is scarcely visible to the eye and which American statesman; while the digni- terday has a good word for the couny "rt aJBiWsJslsTswWsWP'! "Jmics in the Senate who could boaat of having ty, the patienco, and the patriotism try press, that will be heartily ap- two living wires, and that be had been makes the human race very industrious in Also, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugars by the editors, who aro spoken the way. of scratching, if they ait on the with which lie has borne the worst plauded twice divorced from one of them and twice bare ground or atand long enougli in one and Coffees in abundance, and iu ornamentation, is and greatest of political wiongs, make oi in derision by the. popinjays of the married to the other. place. The sandy land is also very procity papers, as rural roosters. We ay him the peculiar representaIt waa the mistake of tho Signal Ser- ductive and Is much easier to cultivate, Prices extremely Low, at the unequalled, tive of republican institutions, and, will give tho article in full on the first vice man that the difference between Lou- with no"chlgera" to intrude. OP isville and Washington waa put down at pageot our uext issue. ! indeed, of popular Water can be had at a debtb of 15 to 40 "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Fkoi E, Stone Wiqoins express- 3J minutes. 51 The actual difference is 34 feet. Sti earns have water in them moat of itself. How his calm and enlighten seconds. minutes and es himself as highly pleased with tho Three different railways run LANCASTKK, ky. ed mind seems to tower aloft in a The Independent State Convention at the year. countrj the Missouri result of his prophecy, although his Providrnce, It. I., nominated Wm. Sprague through the and Texaa Central. Pacific, atmosphere above tho clouds SherPaciflo Texas o and fogs of our current politics! His- storm failed to pan out quite so well for governor. A committee was appointed man, the countv seat, is a thriving town, with a population uf nearly 12,000. Deni-sotory in her records will render to his as be expected. The country is pret to confer with the democrats relative to the Proprlstois- 0 miles north, has a imputation almost . CM Tl.... siv evaurrru I ii character that ample justice which ty well eatiified too satisfied that remainder of the ticket. w DuTLusu. iiiriv Several Chicago pbysiclana have been equal throughout the county, several thriving the people of tho United States have Wiggins, like Veuuor, is a most ar detected sharing with druggist the profits business villages. not been able to render to him in per rant humbug. The celebrated Cross Timbers lie along were Werogliyphlca of prescription. son. quit larmlug, I olTor the westrrn bolder of this prints sal Under tho head of Kentucky used to inform the compounder when to a body of timber reaching county. This Is lurDesiring toJ?.'f Atir-- a. attusledouat the Dsntllla fsrm of from IteJ ltiver lluslanelll turnpike, town of charge extortionate prices. is said that the constitutionality crops and stocks, the Coviugtou to the Braxos, a dis- lluitoufllle and l)J wile adjacent to tht Button. and extending south from Morsland oi tho new tarifl law will be tested Five prisoners confined In the county tance of 200 miles, ranging in width from There are oo tha plaro a good Irsaa aU'arwere and I'lowmeu, ll.Un -- Ollrer I hilled Metal will not rrodej Iba hearltst lust will rcuiora priuts this item: "Peter few tuloutea. The Ollrer houM.coursalently arranged Hauls, in tho courts. According to the provis Cooper, of Lewis county, has sixty-thr- oo jail at MadUonville, Ky , broke out Tues- 7 to 16 miles. The anil ii sandy and the outbuildings. An abundaurs ol stork and other In a presaure found In straight Is a (enter Draft Plow, hating sloplug laudslds, which dues away with water tha tha laud.Ua l'lowa. Tbe Oilier bas liuudrcds of Imitators; uo tnauutaclu. Is oak, elm and year round. II you want a pmdiiclUa farm and ed document, ion of that day night, and made their escape. Three principle tirowtb of timber will Imitate an luferltr 1'Jow. Tha Ollrer haa a record uuparalUled Iu tba history of flows i pecan. This country seems to be well one that la desirably located, with regard to grandchildrou and 129 great of Your all revenuo bills must originate in the Blroude, William Barren-tin- e adapted to fruit: peaches and grapes grow nelghuora will tell you to 1IUY TIIKOLIVEIt, and like no other, them, John rallroada,cburcbs,MnMla and community, and at a reasonable price, rout auJ sea mine. House, and that miserable monstrosity grandchildren." A very appropriate ami Geo, It, KHIough, are charged well wuerever planted: apples are gt own JAMKN H. TAYLUK, position for it, to Im) sure was begotten in the Senate llcitonrllJe, if. also, but not auccestfiilly, with murder. J. M. N, w e, AUDtTOn Philip Hinklo has becfl In selecting legislators it should bo found not guilty, by the Board of Al remembered brilliancy is not a dermen of lotmviII, sitting as a necessary qualification for office. AbunJUT. Court of Impeachment on the charge dance of good, common sense and corMarch 10, 1883 of "forging a writing for the purpose rect principles aro moro to bo desired Friday Morning, of depriving another of his money," than talent that has no voice of its own, and sacrifices duty for populariW, P. WALTON, EDITOR or rather tho Impeachment failed Glasgow Times. there was not a two third ma ty. Mrs. Langtry was brought up on In an artlclo surveying tho field as jorily in favor of it. Tho volo stood G yeas to 5 noes, and there is hardly to the probabilities of tho IWdentml a dairy farm at Jersey, and she knows a doubt of his guilt. The Oouricr-Jotirn- nl all about tho calves who follow her in nominees oi tho two parties, tho New says, "Nothing now was de- this country. York .Sun finds tt an uphill business N. 0. ricayuno. veloped in the trial which was not tii nnmo tho enndidu to of tho republinotjsofcurrTnt events, known before Absolutely no facts cans. Grant, Blnino and Conkliog, Ex Congressman Thomas S. Flournov, which could in tho it saja aro nil out of tho probabilities were brought out minds of unprejudiced men extenuate Is dead at Danville, Va. nnd tho lesier lights, Windoni and The Illinois House lias panted a bill to tho action of Hinkle. Thcro should .Sherman aro likewise eliminated. punish by shipping. is the only man of any magni not have been a moment's unnecessaat Kansas Carver defeated tude, hut ho is a Vermont man nnd ry delay in his removal. His prcs- City Tuesday by a score of 01 to CI blrda. of Prince OortchakolT, Ingalls, onco in an important city office is of substantially unavailable. Russian Empire, died Snmlay at Baden from tho other hit of aspirants, might itself a racnaco to good government." the Baden. bo inado an original and efTechvo Hinklo has till December 1885, to Randall's friend claim thai he linn 1G follow tho bent of his inclinations,and Btnlcsman but it is doubtful whether southern democratic rotes pledged (or the office, as ho sees fit. siieakerthlp. he could carry Now York, Pennsyl manipulate his Hon. J. D. Kehoo has bten renominavania, Indiana and Illinois, besides Titu Commissioner of Pensions has his dashing style of attack has made decided that pension agents can not ted for the Legislature In Mason county by thee majority. him foes. Thus tho ono exceptional claim an additional fee under tho penTwo brothers of 12 and 14 at Eddy-villrepublican becomes as unavailable as sion law just passed, by which solKy , fought with rocka and one of tho others; and this onco mighty par- diers who lost a hand or foot were them was killid. The postal money order system is exty, with its famous history and its raised from 818 to 821 month, gigantic exploits, seems to bo reduced and thoeo who lost an arm at or above panding yearly, reaching last year the to tho necessity of falling back upon the elbow, or a leg at or above the large sum of $120,000,000. The whisky and nine some decent specimen of unaesailed knee, from 821 to 830 per month. Ho house of I rea, Beecher A Co., New York, mediocrity, and Agoing into tho elec considers the increase a part of tho failed Tuesday for tieirly $500,000. lion with him foredoomed to destruc- original caso nnd that the fee of 810 Between forty and fifty contested elec tion. On the other hand it considers for prosecuting tho claim in the first tion casta will he ready for the considerathe democrats especially well provided place must cover all charges that an tion of the 43th Congress on assembling. McCrewy haa intited the Mc- with good presidential timber. Mr. attorney can make. All that need bo Crcary Guards, of Frankfort, to make hi in llayard, is an upright, independent done is to fill out a simplo blank by a visit at Richmond. They will go in and highly accomplished statesman, which tho identity of the pensioner is A lad has juat died of hydrophobia in but ho comes from the little State of established. Tho intervention of Delaware, with only thrco votes in claim agents is not necessary, and New York, resulting from the bite of a a pita doe, received two yeirs and n half the Electoral College, and for this would not be permitted. Pensioners ago. There hare been but ten snows in reason the democracy is quite likely to should make a note ot this, as it will this eection this winter, and the deepest look elsewhere, and to seek for some save them money. one waa only three inches. Lexington one who may be relied on to carry We have it from a reliable source Presa. Judge Win. White, recently appointed New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio or that Judgo Owsley is as sure to get Indiana, one or two of tho large fifty of tho seventy votes of Louis-vill- U. 8. district judge, died of Bright'a disease at hia home in Springfield, Ohio, Tuesday States without whose assured support and Jefferson county as the day night. the success of the democratic ticket arrives, while there are some who Forty prominent citizens of Savannah, cannot be regarded as certain before- claim that he will get a solid instruc- Qa., pleaded guilty to indictments for playhand. The three tidal wave Govern- tion. An enthusiastic voter of tho ing keno, and paid an aggregate fine of St Inlcriorljurnal -- tbt Bog.-irdu- s The Knights of Labor, an otgahltatlon ofworklng people In the northern States, are getting up a campaign against convict labor ahd say that it will ba injected Into State polities at the coming elections, -- Tho Rev. James O'Malley, of Oshkosh, has Issued a card to the public, declaring that the marriage of Senator Tabor In Wnshlngton is illicit, aa Miss McCourt was married by him In 1877 to Wm. Doe, who Is still living. Judge Joseph II, Lewis, ol the Court of Appeals, ami Mrs. Johnson, widow of the late Colonel Jlllson P. Johnon, of Louisville, was married at the residence of her uncle, Secretary of Buto James Blackburn, in Frankfort, Ky , yeterday. George D. Wise, of Virginia, was the only Southern Congressman who voted for the tariff bill, and It I said that he waa bulldcted into it by Mr. Samuel J. Ran dall, hut It is likely that his vote was cast not that he loved Randall, but tobacco more. Col. Garrard County DHPARTMBNT. ItOUT. 11. WxEmx, TCclttor. LANCASTER, FwHvytS; Wh8sfa& PHARMACISTS CT-VfA'- t'0 T pr n them. The trial of Gld Kolhwell for shootLargest Stock nf Walrltrs, ing the negro at Lowell, several days ago, Clocks, Jewelry & Mlrerware a notice of which was given In thts col Hter titMHttit Inlhlsmsrket friers Lover than l. umn, resulted In the acquittal of the lowest Watches, CVrka and Jewelry It. palrr-- I on short rmtlresnJ'Warrsnted. The negro when shot was stealing rails. Mr. R M. Burdett left Tuesday, fur Florida, He expects to be gone some two or three weeka. Col. W. O Bradley, la In Indianapolis, lor the purpose of defending Jeeter, charged with the murder of a policeman at that place. Jeeter ran off IncmlVr loifl rnntrolof Ul ami incut npuiir Unah ol AgriculturalIo IrnptetiHtiU aoJ J'Jtiiiri from Campbellaburg, some months ago, on obtain tho lirgott dliw In Vthlclta, ami al in orilr toenail melo jMirth r)itiniiilv at When fountiaoJ lawful ratr of frrlRru. I Imr ntaM.ihml lrnh War Hornm ami Acenta at IluilonrlU account of some misdemeanor. w ' frfl aura we ran ortr tht Farinrrt of he had killed a policeman in Latncnilrr ami ltlrhininit, and under ihta arnnjcrrdpnU next heard Many Inducements Over ill 6 Majority of Dealers. Indianapolis. R II. Tomlinson was in t keep on hands at all tunes at nir ettrrtl Wsr Itumnia lirktwkof Somerset this week on legal business. Col, J. Sell Miller, of Loutaville, and Colonel Sam Burden, of Ml. Vernon, were In town Wednesday night. Col. Miller, who la Master Commissioner of the Louisville Chancery Court! is an enthusiastic admirer of Judge Owsley, and has been one of the prime movers in working up the Owsley 1 IV H t boom In Louisville. He says that Judge Owaley will certainly get 50 out of the 70 votes of Louisville, and Jefferson county. , Col. Miller is a man well posted in and he site that the chances are decidedly in favor of Judge Owsley. Roth-wel- Luke Montgomery sold to Wm. Evans, of Boyle, 170 tunnels of hemp seed at $2 per bushel. Mr. Wm. Liwsjn, of the Bryantavllle neighborhood is buying up horses to take South, He has bought several In this vicinity, piylng about $1)0 r head for out'vA -- "jmu. b.- "Ov X.) rxAtaat w jji-ugn- m- - '? HATCH s , Hud PhtSfelaM Books, Stationery Fancy Artiolen. a scetiralely compounded, Also ATTENTION. FARMERS! j kII-tic- Ex-Go- t. 5,wv" g o three-hande- i bald-heade- 9 . rl er w k 1 m wm f m It Citizens National Bank. - .1 I " I 5; !2S-l- one-ha- lf GEORGE D. WEAREltf, Stanford. au:i: uili.iamh. VllWawflSwswBPPyw wrrur.itN. JUST RECEIVED! Jackson-likePresiden- the One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, -- Nlr wlfiWfi& I desire to call your special attention to the 1 TJ3-- ' fs&t.wawsreyj;:4&ra which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste JPXJLUIuTy 4 A to-d- ent TiEIJZS JSLTlSTGr THE GEO.D.BUItDETT&CO., aajaHHaaKsBs-ifs- n, 'l Desirable Farm! two-sto- It time-houor- turn-plki- e, UJ-3- u W. XX. HIGGINS. 5tmi-$tccltl- n $i,,mor$otur.aI KVAfonATEti C. IltlghlV. Teaches and Apples at STAisraroiiiD. , icy. m. our 12) cent ooffer; best market. II C Ilrlght. Tnr only 16,074 Ordained mlnNters. A complaint waa made that the best ministers In in the the denomination, nil oter Ihe country are It. LINCOLN COUNTr. run rVTVltR Crab Orchard. Miss Kittle nigglns Is teaching school OF TI1K STSTr.M. MOMIOX JUDGE W. O. nANNFORD la a candidal for tbt demorrstlt notnlnitloo for T. t neprcaantstlTt la tb net! Leg lilsiurs, W. ritoftsMom. VABffO. In the Crntury, tho "Legal Aspects of tho Mormon Problem" aro discusicd by Arthur O. Hcdgwlck, who concludes m follows : Tho falluro of tho attempt to break up tho Mormon system Iiy Congressional legislation docs not, by any means, show lhat tho Mormon system will ultimately prevail in Utah. TIio operation of natural causes Is certain, In tho long run, to sap tho foundations of polygamy. Tho railroads liavo already brought tho Territory into communication with tho rent of tho country, and tho development of the mines mtut ultimately bring in a largo Gcntilo population almost altogether male. A strong tendency in tho direction nf marriages between Gcntilo men and tho (laughters of Mormon par ents must spring up. Indeed, this Is said tj show itself id ready. Tlicro is no surplus of women in tho West from which lo I remit polygamous households; tho births nf the two sexes aro always very nearly ' cental, nnd tho Mormon population is no longer leing rapidly Increased from abroad, as it was in tho times of tho curly jtcrsccution ot tbo church. It is now ctationary, or nearly so, nnd being rapidly hemmed in by a community having n social system which all experience shows is tho only ono per manently adapted to modern industrial life. As the Territory fills up, and the Mormons aro brought more and more into relations witli the rest of tbo world, u:io of the strongest internal causes of disintegration will unquestionably bo tho senso of sharoe operating upon tho younger female generation. In the not urn! cnurso ot things, somont tho daughters of Mormon householders must marry Geutilcs, and others, who do not marry ontsido tho church, will bo madis keenly awnro that they aro surrounded by a community which regards their position as n degraded one. As long as they could keep themselves separated from tho rest of the world, this Gentilo feeling was ot very little consequence to tbem. It did not affect tlicm in their daily life; it was something renioto from them, which they did not even need, to disregard. This cannot coutintio for ever, and indeed n chaugo must begin, if it has not begun already, ns soon as the surrounding monogamic Gentilo system ol mnrringo has a fair opportunity to outer into competition with its rivaL tlicro is Under theso circumstances, nothing to be dono with tho Mormons bnt to let them alone. Persecution has U'cn tried, and has only served to strengthen aud increase them. Law has been tried, nnd 1ms proved of no use, it has not been enforced. From the circumstances of the case, it cannot be. Friday Morning, A -" March 10, 1883 All kinds of seed ion rets at Irish potatoes and on- 0aley A Son's, N. LOCAL TIME CARD. Pure Z.OOr. . home grown need potatoes COcta, itorthtatint tilutiound Passenger passes Stanford at " LOCAL NOTICES. per bushel at H.U. DrlghlV -Krkii Teas and Ileans In bulk, and onion sets at Ilruce, Warren A Co'e. v V ' ' Oon Telephone bells operate O. K. now. Wring on your mes.sges for Iluitonvllle or MeKinney. A Hiagg'a. Fon Sale. Three handsome residences New slock of Jewelry and Hllrerware at Will sell eery cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, Penny A McAliiter's. Landhktii's Oanlrn Reeds, In bulk ami '82. W. Craig. Id I'M!, at Penny A McAllater's. To DAY close the six weeks ol bad Watch rs, Clocks and Jewelry repaired weather prophesied by O. Hog, Kmj, on and warranted by l'onnj A McAlister. 111 Full slock of Fishing Tackle of all kind the of February. Penny A McAllsletV. can now he found at I want a goad coil. maker. Steady work and good wages. Apply at once. II. ' 'personal C. Kuptey, Slanlord, Ky. Mm W. II. Millkii went to LouiselHe Ml . Tun Ki.sn of Am. The Llghtrunnlrg Wedneedey. New Home Sewing Machine, Simple, Durn Mils. Wm. Mahtix, of Illinois, It law, Mrs M.A. Miriln. able, handsome. Fos asle by Kdmliton A her mother-iMn. W. V. IIiiownk, of Hie Charles Owsley. Stewart Taper Manufacturing Co , CincinThe nexro with theamall-powho was nati, li In town. In the cabin near Qum Sulphur, died, and Miwtr.iMoM.ir. Dauuiikmtv ann Di- it was with treat difficulty that any body xie 8hackleford went to Louis? ille jester-da- y could be found lo bury him. to rlalt relatlyes. To Moitnow Is St. Patrick's Day and the Miiw Katk Wmsniitrr went loOeorRi-tow- n patriotic Irish all orer the country will ob to attrnd the uianlaKe of Mr. Jorduti seree It with scrupulous pride, marching I'. Urar to Mies McOunoell. MasTKH COMMISSIONER II. C. KAUFF- - to the music of fife and drum. s Yieil-In- I'aiht of Penny A McAlister. Fmnmi ruckle at McKoberti A Slav's. limr iililil cotton at 81 cents t I). Klass'. Heit calicoes at 5 and 0 cent it I) Klis L.Nimimt'snarden Heed" at Mcllobcrte Iluv Vvu. and rotnpiete line of Furniture at II. K. Weartn's. tom. Trlres down to tock bot- conolnlng other religions, while there are fewer young men entering the theoltgicsl seminaries. The Kocheder JW 7wJrr.Mstys: "New York pays $7,000,000 n year for its rell- Clon and $22,000,000 for lis drinks, which goes to show that New York Is having more fun In this world than it will in the next." The meeting of Ihe Methodist church li still In progress. Nine conversions to dale. Fivo have united to the M. K. and one to the M Iv. church Smith. About twenty have professed lo be sanctified Homrrret Keporler. The Itev. Nicholas lljerrlng, who for many years was pastor of the Oieck Catholic Church In New York, which was the only one in this country, has renounced that .faith and joined the Treabterlans Tuesday he was formally accepted by the Tretbytcry and given a license lo preach, Mr. Ili'erring is a ituatitn and was a 1 toman Catholic before he joined the (Ireek Church. A glorlons revival In progress at Scott street Methodist church, Covington In speskin nf it the Commonwealth says: Knd less future pnnnlihmrnl is not an olxolele doctrine with Mr. Oodbey. He presches "fire and brim stone' with the correctness of one who hss hell before Ills eyes and sees men sinking Into it. He alsa emphasises the fullnbM of salvation, a heaven heie in which to go to heaven. There were five professions of conversions in "the after imettng." A countryman who attended the meeting last night enlivened matters about an old time shout. the altar by rat-In- g at Walnut Flat. Mr. Geo. II. King has received his ap- JUDGE T. P. HIIJ JR., IiatioJIJt tut for Repreienlallv e In the net! Ject to the setlon el the democracy. and Mr. Utflrtf D Uurdett, of Lancaster, were here Wednesday. Dit, 1'. V. Louan baa relumed from the College of Medical Practloners at Ht. Louis, where lie haa been attending lee lures op catarrh. MmV. K KtnTt.r.T lias returned from a Islt of three months to her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Milton, at Memphis. She brought us a budget of Memphis papers. J HEl.lMuxrii,of LoulsTillr,waa here Wednesday. He Is enthusiastic in the belief that Judge Ovale wilt be the next Uoiernor of Kentucky and reema to be backed up with solid facia for the faith that lain him. He wss with the Judge during his ylsll Ihli week to Henry, and says thit he will get 7 of the 0 rotes of that sounly aa sura as shot. MAN LOCAL HATTERS. Fuiwea Seem at W.T. OreenV Tub leading Mass'. corn-dril- l at W. H. Hig-Kin- Ghkat Western cotton al8J cents at D. NlCK and cheap lot of heditead at II. K . WearenV. , llAMMOMElineufoirpeU by EJmidon A Owsley. juat receifrd Frmii fith at J. T. Harris' Kestaurant Wednesday and Saturday OTeninga. ALtAluiKand COMI'LETI a.orliuent of (Jarden Seeds at Ilruce, Warren A Co's. New and old Tirletiesof Seed Irish Totalis from Michigan, at Ilruce, Warren A Co' I) Kum will .ell all his clothing at cost and below, In order to make room for hia spring stock. wlahlng to see Dr. I. W. Logan will fif.d him at his residence, Main St Stanford, Ky. Tr-iuo '. ' Seven new oases of nuallHg plied stampede at Williamsburg, Is the result. are reand another The jug party will meet at Mr. J. W llout's Monday, at 3 r. M., when thirty oJd Jugs will he broken WiTaroVIII seTltng bugar and Gflee In ijfinlily lower than any one. Call and be " eonrinced. lr.qilright. Haykkm has received a nice new lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you belter go and pet a bargain of hlruT .-W. m of canned goods, coflees, sugars and teas, fancy brands of flour, lard and country bacon for sale rery cheap at All. kinds 8. 8. Myers'. A UMZZAlil) struck ui yesterday abuut r i. it. and snow came in Hints of wind. Two hours previous it wa as bright and beauliful as May. LoVEU-ioHoller Skatlnt! will Imre an other opportunity of enoylng it at the Admisdon to ladles, frerj Kink gentlemen, 23 cents. Taint is being applied lo Mr. JoUu M "MoItoberU' houses, and the ono of ancient tchiteclure la so much improved tlut it mljht piss for a new houae. f Town Maksham. NewUnd, who has been down with ihe fever for ten days, is out agaiu and ready to conduct any and all to the calabooae. . BR!Nf ua your feathers, hides, tallow, wool, Ac. Wo buy ail kinds of country produce and pay the highest market price in cah or trade. H.X3. Bright. , I would be glad if those contemplating buylng.a sewing machine would call and examine my new Hartford, the simplest machine ever made. Peter Haiuton, We said iu our U-- t isme that SUufonl and Kichmond Junction had been connected by telephone wire. So far so good, but It hasn't oouveyed the aouud of any voice yet, that any body knows of. Uone. Mr. J. T Doty has packed his teut and property and left Ike Junction far other scenes. Tio people there are sad, but they are comforted with the assurance by Mr. Doiv, that what Is their Ios is his gtln. lis is to get big ny aa a secret gov ernment lle'tU Cuau OittitAKU SriUNUa Messrs. Wt N Ilaldeuiau, lleiinelt li. Young and (J fin I, tin new owners of this splendid thur property, are up this week uuLiug ju2lexamlnatloii of Ihe premise, with a view to improving mem iu mny respeois Trof. T. W 'fount accompanies llieui unj will uiaku a full au:klrsui of tho various waters. The teuon will opeu May 1st. LAND, STOCK AND CROP, No Cincinnati mall yesterday again We intend to Investigate tills mailer and see The proprietors of Ihe Lincoln Mills who la to bUm Mr. Adams was the agent want lo buy wheat and corn, who pafd herr; we don't know who was The old Tim Ilryant place of ICO acres I) miles from Lexington, sold this weeknt on the C. S. It It , but Mr. French, the Superintendent, can find out when he Is in- $1C0 per acre. 8 II. IWughman sold to a Tennessee formed of this Infernal incomietency. party thirty head thoroughbrd bull calves In printing the docket of the spprosch-In- and heifers at $50. Circuit Court this week, we noticed Splendid pair of mare mules from 10 PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS that Wallace Steele la indicted in twelve to 17 hands high for tale. A. O. Chenault for violating the whisky laws. The cises Milledgeville, Ky. average fine in there cases is $20 and costs, At Lexington, M. C, Thurman bought which amount to $10 more, and it ComSTANFORD, KYM of Ilurgeas, Gentry A Co., a pair of extra raou monwealth Attorney Warren can secure a fine mules tnr $500. u, Dealer In- Loultivillc, Cincinnati uutl conviction he will be pretty well paid for L. L. Huffman, of liourboii county, has Ky., hi labor. an order fur $500 worth of Poland China .i.i . i Do not fail to see the hogs, to go to (Jeruiany. Sitr.rr Owner Many of the wheat fields in tho Mitch 'Iluckeye Sheering Chair" If you would, Connecting la lime depot with Cut lralna lor haveyour sheep sheared easily and quickly, elsburg neighborhood, in Iloyle county, QUEENSWARE, gathering more wool and in good condition will be plowed up and put in corn or oils. George D. Wearcn is paying $1 for to be tied. All our practical sheep men are purchasing after seeing It in operation wheat. Green A Williams, Hustonville, The Direct Eonte toLynchburg, Danat Myers Houraor ilruce's livery slabte, have secured several hundred bushels at ville, Norfolk, where the patentee, J. II. McCall, of lhat figure. IJsrneaville, Ohio, wilt be for a few days The several warm, sunshiny days of awr All Virginia and North Carolina this week brought out the wheat considera Points. Dil Anoi.nt Got.imTr.i.v.the IJMr bly, but the prospect is very poor so far aa For tlcVels and further Information, apply to loolsville Optician, is at the Myers House office, or addrcM ynurneareet ticket we have observed. and will remain a few day only. Tersons Col. Charles Duncin, of Falmouth, has C. EHMKT, J AM KM Western Agent, noHKEns. having deficient vision should call upon huuhi'ai-ki- : rvitn (Jenl. sold to J. C. Hard, of the Palace Hotel. 310 W. Jfnln Nt LouLTllls, Ky. him, as they will certainly be benefited by In an nrti.'lo ou " Newspaper Work Cincinnati, his 500 acre farm in Pendleton his skill and glasses. He has proven the II. W. HJLI.EH. C. W. 8M1TII, and Workers" it it truthfully remarked county for $23,000. Uen'l 1'au'r Ag'i Usii'l Manaser. worth of the assertion by the beneficiary lrginls Ulcbmond, that thero is no other piofesiou but enJohn Land sold to John White 30 reautpi of work done for many of our incut joys immunity from observation as to its E. H. BURNSIDE,. shoats weighing 102 lbs., at Cc and G to W prominent people who gtadly endorse him mode. Tho preacher writes in the F Htmaev, 120 lbs. at same price. He al-and his work privacy of his study, nnd can concoct This Old Well - Known sold Mr, Rauney a fat cow ut 3c. phititidtH or pml mt plagiarisms that THE Columbia Sxttaler intimites that Mr. J. 12 Ilruce reports the sale of J Hotol Still Maintains would lu tho ruin of tbo tslitor and tho the Carpenter brothers got mad wbe the II Woodock, in (Iirrard, yeterdAv, ns High . 'Hie Inwjor eon uiU hisclient ri'iKirti-rCounty Judge telused to let thtui follow: Mils: oiws, $30 lo $00; common AMI) his campaign in private, Ihe horse thief bcoause they wanted to sheep, $4 03 per held; Cotswidd, $6 80 sill ffiLOUTsVILLE & NASHVILLE RRT& Proprietor it Determined that lake the man bauk lo Frankfort snd claim ditto Teailuijs, SI CO; pair mules $336; bringing, luto court only ns much ns Its be Second to no Country it Shall THE CREAT Ihe rewaid for an escaped penitentiary other personalty sold tnlerahly well. ' tuukes lor his cause and nguhist thecanse Hotel in the State initi Fare, convict. We can deny this insinuation in oi ins adversary. The doctor plies hia Appointments, or AttenJohn Duncan sold to 'Ajuire C.Gaines toto. They are not trying to utske money f about 300 barrels ot uorn, delivered at tion to Comfort of potions und launches in lus lancet in their Quests. in thl kind of business. They simply want Georgetown depot, at $2 25 per barrel. secret. If the putieut recovers, iUmay ed to bring the man here where he could John II. Dell sold to Jake Hosletter, ot bo the medicino or it may bo in spite of will bs eoatsyed to sad from tfctdeptt be punished for his crime, and d d not Favette, 29 shoals, averaging 143 pounds, it; if ho die, it may lw the pills or Prov- Baggage chsrg.. Special acconmodatloss to free of believe the onvict story, but thought It a ta Commercial Trateler.. The Bar will bs idence, tho physician is scathless. None alCl cents. A 1,005 lb. steer sold for always .applied with the choicest trumped up one to allow the fellow to es 101.76-- 5J of these como to light that their deeds braadaof LlQaoraaadClgara. Times. cape. may be reproved. In Wahini(ton county, Messr. A. On Susmcion Sheriff Menefee received Thompson A Co., bought of J. II. Wake Moreover, the work of tho press is For lAs Interior Journal: a telegram Wednesday from Marion Mead- field 10 head of three nnd continuous, as well as constantly pub-liAll market gardeners are well posted as ows, nf Lturcl county, Instructing him 'to steers, average weight 1,300 at 5J cents; of Tlitro is no rest for tho weary. & Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled arrest Frank Kigdon, whom he ausplctnned Dr. R E Mndd, 10 head ti the various ways of planting for the Space is no moro annihilated by teleSHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE of stealintf $300 from his house. IUgdon steers, nt 5 cent; of other parties 25 head kitchen girden, to dcriye the greatest bene graph than time by journalism. Tho Chicago TBOU LOUISVILLE TO THE fit; but the average village and country evening nnd the morning aro not merely wss caught at Junction City and brought of similar cnttlc.nt Scents per pound here He claims that Ihe money was sti FarrU returned from Atlanta, gardener follow a mode from year to year tho first uay but all the Beven. Night John It. THE O.VW LINr. Ill SMSII e will len two wrcks ngo, but that a reward of $50 Ga , Tuesday, after having disponed of six that might be greatly improved. is annihilated as to all its quantities of Without chanirs to catalogue: hd secured Its return to Meadows' wife car loads of horses and mules since Janua begin alphabetically with the PULLMAN CARS KaihTllle, Jlenipbli, roposa. Little iiock, Montgomery, Atlanta, eatanuab, Wedneedsy morning, of which tier husband ry, at prices ranging from $100 to $130. Asparagus beds should ha burnt off early Every minuto of every hour ol the ASH bOUD TRAINS J.ck.onrtll., JlobUe, and Kew Orltsst. had not heard when ho sent the dispatch He says th market hat been unusually ac In the spring, and a drrssing of fertilizer twenty-fou- r is oecupiod by some workers stirred in lightly on CHICAGO! TO Ho says he is a brother nf Meadows, tlye. South Cirolina planters buying more froai the BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA doing some work that shows iUclf in tho LOUISVILLE In Palate Cars Without Changs. but does not blame htm for his extraordina- than for years. The trade for the season Is top. Sow no lettuce or other plants on newspapers of the day and afteruoou. KfkculNoticic. I'uiengere Iroui the Knox top to shade tho bed ehade will keep the ry precaution and suspicions. now pretty well done. SHORT LINE TO THE EAST A. N. K. IU arrlee In Luvl.Tllle Tills Branch of L. Repctitiou is us impossible as rest. Frosa Loularllls In FalacsCarswIthostcliasgs. la time to take tbo erenlug train of the "Monou This Is a "big" country strawberries Asparagus back, Deets may be pUnted as Fuels aio ever now. Comments must lloiite" snd go through to Dead The negro man, Charlts lltsz-leearly as oats. Seeking homes on the ripe in Florida, corn ten inches high in CUIPDMITO line ol this read win and tho edition is fresh as facts, who wss reported by Dr Held, as havCrnlunAn (JrceiicasUe. CruniordsYllle, Lafayette Late cabbage .should not be sown until bo as Georgia and snow three. feet deep receive special low rates. ing tho varioloid, died Wednesday night, southern tho remorseless giant that eata up all cnange. ana tlilcago wltliout fits Agents of tills Company for ratci, routes In northern Milne and Vermont. One can the 1st of June. Celery may be sown at newspapers T. A. 4c., or write of almost absolute neglect. It waa imC. P. ATM0RE, 0. P. Doth should be sown in tho seconds. The making of TIME TABLE. fellow llie strawberry march for 4 'months the same time (1) Louisville, Kr. possible for sometime to get any one to atis perpetual motion in u thousand fields. Dally. Dally. arATIOS. berries for breakfast beds and transplanted. ceaseless tend him as nurse, and the two negnxa of the year and have The bet fertilizers for cucumbers are In such a work, demanding every morning without leaving the land of 7 15 p iu, g 16 am LoulMtlle exacting Lte. (Ireencaitle. -. who were finally employed, failed to do so 01 p m -- . U Ism ashes and accumulations from the cowshed. effort, permitting no pause, Be Arr. the old ihg and an appropriation. " Crawfordirnie, ............ I 41 ami 3 04 pu) g after agreeing with Judge ilrown aa to exercise, it is 4 11pm Lexington Codrt Only about 200 Pepper should b j planted in hot beds, an 1 eternal nnd " Lafayette..-.-- . wages, Ac Dr. Iteld now says it was a 7 80 am a 00 urn . " Chicago By the peculiarly Worded adrertlcmciita pf rlesl transplanted. Ktditbes, for early ue, In impossible for wheat to bo unmixed pu bite. genuine case of confluent small pox. rattle offered and they were about all sold. The moat direct route, with 00 ty one ihangeof routes, which an liable lodcctlre the for later use, In quick soil the with chaff, for accuracy not to bo A lot of 1,000 lb cattle Irom Chicago were The fchoriett sud 0.ulcVnt ltouta ftoui Llueiu-nspoints In WIkodiId, Minnesota, Iowa, which ho has beeu well aware of since the West Is lbs mistnkes, for iujuatico not cars, to sll Ac Kor further lufonuatlon. address radish. by better the soil, thu sweeter the Nebraska, bid up to 5Jc Hint withdrawn. No yearMOIIBAY KKIXKlt. (). J' A., symptoms fully developed. The corpse calves Hhubarb should be in permanent bed, ns occaiioimllv to bo done. LoulsTllle, Ky. lings were offered. US- which we un was burled near the houe, OHIO & MISSISSIPPI II. W. and Tomatoes in Asparagus. brought $20 per head; cow $h7 lo $G0; one derstand will be buined by order of .its KEW iUYLUTISKSIS.MH. Aldemey cuw brought $83. Mules brought transplant. Canada Victor it unquestiona owner, Mr. John IlsUKhman. from $75 lo $100 and about CO head sold bly the earliest in this climate. Plant 10 Hours others for later use. The thicker Peaa UARRIA0ES. singly and in pairs. ! Sow St. Cincinnati. The cattle market is aland in row the heavier the crop. Judge Drown in his usual dignified lettuce In .February or March. Saw in Vi.iii.aa ftf riiinr thai in a to attcud to tbe IIvuis ahead of sll otbtr lines. and impressive manner bound together in ipiiet but firm aa folluws; Common 2 to bed invariably, and sow thick, as it grows collectln,: anJietlllDg unofouroM flrin liutlucu, Vf a ... .a ftf !... ti his office yesterday, Mr. John Dobbt, a 3; good to beat butcher grades 5 to 6; cows Dally Tulni, with nochangsof ears for sny j ws iists .ecureu iue wirvitr. vt .ui. . . ssistinand-faster and is much more tender nnd sweet attend tulu Us li aulhorlied by ua to collect cUmuI pwnjcr. feeble looking old widower ot C9 and Mrs. 4 to 5j heifers 0t to 6; coiumou to choice 11s. to 5J; stockera 4) whero It completely shades the ground. receipt for all accouutsdus sT lw-t- f Dally Trslna lo Loubrllle, with 1'rea Tarlor widow of shippers l to 0; oxen J. V. SloAI.Ir4Tt.il. Agnes T. I)odds,a MKIUHT. Stanford, Mar. 9. II. Can. Hogs are active and firm at 7 lo Plsint Okra as early as can be done safely S3. Mr. Dobbslivrain Itocksastle, and to Is M from frjst Dally Trains to Uiantrllle, 4 houia In the woman whs his brother's wife. The 7 for heavy shippers and selected butchBluo-Gra- ss of all other route., with on leu chants TI10 Now "fork tlaiii-- a Valuable of csr. to kiss the bride and Mr. ers; medium 7 to 7; common 0 to 0 J; stock Judge failed oY Uatu:" Dally Trains lo Cairo, 7 hours quicker tlisn I'ROPIUETOB, hogs 5 to 0. Sheep arc Id good demand nru net tip 111 tho uiirtat of audi trciiiuu-dou- a Djbbs retaliated by paying him only 60 XOIt MA.r.13! sny other line, and no cbaogs of cats. at 4' to Oe; Iambi 5 to 0. lullueneoM that tboj uru circum-ujiocents for the nb. Isria of HO J .lerrM, aitus-te- d I otUr fcraals Dally Trslna to Hew Orleans. No ebanga of ACrsbOr-cbar- d In New York the demand for catlto Is near Walnut r'lat.on tbsBuniord cara from Cincinnati. mul cautious. Their power ia bo miles lrom Stanford. About 40 RELIGIOUS. Uood spring, strong, particularly in the morning, und great, aud tbo enterpriseri pressing (or Acres turnpike, In grs In cultWstlon; Ulaucs IlatlngbaJlbla Hote- l,l...l..n.l w.ll .il.ntetl ta .lock: InS -,", 12 Hours Qouu!acaK.!iK,,'w CWw, Mrs. A F, Moberly waa baptized by sales were brisk at a further advance, of c recognition aud aid lire bo rich and Kood neighborhood. bsrgalu tbs Will sell mid Her, J. M. Ilruce yesterday and admitted per lb., making an advance for the week numerous, that there ia suspicious crit- sburs tract of land aud giro pwsessiou si sue nine, TiruUoura Less Tliue,on the partlculsrs. Imiilrs of J. U. Ow;l;y, rValiaeia Pifu can, and irsscbauga of can ulij equal to fully $1 psr 100 lb. A few little icism of every pieoo of. now offered. lor further into the Uiptlst church. From lawmen t to garret, than by other Hues. The next (Quarterly Meeting at the "hoppers" sold at JOjo r lb. to dress 55 Thou, too, many of tho papers are under Tha n. A V. la Iheonlr Una with .1 Dallr 1 liiteml to Keep It Iu h Strictly Melhodlit Church will begin on Thursday lbs, but the range for comiuon to prime partisan or special control, and must Traloa frcut Cincinnati to Ht. Louts, making dlrett jHHIIIIOr, 1" connecllon. lo tb Uulun Depot tat bl. Loul (with per lb. to drees 65 lbs aall12j night, 22.1, and Ut over Sunday. Elder stceis runway, bi. uuia, iruu MounMlMourl cut their work out to suit a dictation And lears nothing undoos tbst will add to tb , to 57 lbs; tups at t'i13jo lo dress 57 lbs. tain A bouthcrn Itallwayt Chicago A Alton J. Hind, will preside. Chicago, Uurllugtou A Quliwr lUtlruadj Kethat is unjouninlUtic, and usually unaud paid 12Jc Her. Alexander S. Ketser, of Totts-vlll- Exporters uoJ 40 make lbs COMFORT A bt Louis Itallroad; W.bj.li. St. LoulaA Hlallloo. will OF MY GUESTS. okuk Uallruad) Mtfcouil. Tho WeBttiru papers wuut tho The One ImportedlbsNoriuiu of J. M. Wrsy, st "t'rok wise. Kuuu Alcaat Itsli l'aciilo slsbls st le.aon of Ta., waa found guilty of uuluwful In- - per lb. fur gtlierally good lols. wsy; Ut LoulaA Ban I'riur iico lullw.) . turns uudilutod, und caro llttlo or noth- ColUgs," IS uillca lrom blaufard, The torthouiuLig Auditor's report will tlmagy, of prnuilso of marriage and-ing who it hurts or help, bo it pleases the average Impress This Upon Your Memory. SEASON, 915 falsehood, and dsposed from tue chrlstlau show lhat1882 is $7 73 value of laud as 55 in Are ottVred ier acre, being the public.' oa Tb U. d .M. Is tbe vnly lis by wblsh you uiinistry. less than lor '82 The total cents per acre can get through ear from Clurlsnall la Ht, Louis " Tub fcuntenco of tho court 8PEOIAL INDUCEMENTS said At the regulur sedun of the Ilsptlst amount of seres tinted by Ihe assessors fur without paying itra lr Iu additUu tu nieney 823 TO INNUItE pal lur iiik.i. clergyuivii In New York on Ihe 12, It waa. 1882 Is 21.630 403, being 401 814 more ihau Judge Porter, a popular Irish nutria l...l.kul. .la. r an. lufciiiualUii.eall ou welgba To pstronlaa bus, as I bass sr.ry coor.Dlcncsucb high, Cham po la cviiUMtlog IIu.l announced that there wero "uumjstakable for '81; 'ind the value thereof for '82 is Lrate, to n notorious druuka " that Wj iwuudi a dark 3gray, IToldbands Mill of May urSlCtiaAMfLtUUIIMS, Ac., fur Ibeiruss. lbs aud is years at.. 4a $180,858,055, bdn,r $1,731,43(1 more than "llf of f Plriu. at IK Wsluul llul.l, good U lbs llslaof Busstylssnl scllon, (lisud iudiaitious tint our denomination has an for '81 Lln.Yilii counts laud waa assessed youuo tmuueu iu jail .or tliH inilgtst neat w;u ujVudWs bly. iM ;; from rlanlnnalHWsstl'ourlb St.. to and blnClnnall (ur Dtpui iwuf witiitrwi. auirl Tbiim vi.ii waa al an veru of $13 70. 17 cents )m than iwriod IIjT. ' J allows uses w.llKt on. lis was im- - Baggage Transferred It inideu.ua.ie supply of ministers.'' 4 W 11. SUATTUC, ' auoulders: nb.adaud W W t'EAUODV, the Depot free of charge, K..l I,, W ulnhl.lSHl.l A (In., nt llUaullDif Utu'l IVaMugcr Agt. (Isn't cSupsrluleudeut, alo said that tliiro wero 20,081 chuiches the year before, A reform In tbo wanner ivill Bivi"' 7?iT tuno inoiir.i ,wI,,iil,,p.,mb.,i.. iMi WAUKriIXU. Cluiinusll. W. f. VKANCIN. WHAY A Olnnisarall. iwti iu tho denomination to fill, while there are of lusesslu land is demanded. lo. ' g .1, e n pointment as postmaster at Crab Orchard. Mr. D. C. Payne has returned to this city and will remain a permanent fixture among us, Mr. James King received an order a few days since from New York for 1,500 pounds C. O. salts. E, W. Jones has sold lo Mr. Hube ilrnnatigh his large flock of sheep and will now give his whole attention to the drug store. Mrs, Clara Singleton has completed the repairing and painting of her house and her property now compares very favorably with the elegant residence of Dr. Pettus. Mrs. Delsy Kennedy on last Sunday evening, ss she was entering the residence of W. T. Saunders, fell, breaking her thigh This Is a serious mishap to one of her age. Little May plunders, a few days ago, while at school, received a very severe fall, dislocating her arm. Dr. Pettus being immediately called, replaced It and at this writing May It nearly well. On last Monday night some ruthless vandal destroyed len or twelve of the young maples beautifying our streets and the town trustees and citizens, in their right eous Indignation, have offered a reward of $30 for the npprehension and conviction nf the guilty party. On the evening of the 0th, Miss Maggie Egbert, daughter of Dr. Andrew Egbert, gave one of the most delightful entertainments of the season. The elite of the "burg" responded early and in fall force and all "went merry as a marriage bellje beauty capable Miss Maggie ia a of adorning any home, and why so magnificent a prize ia not captured Iiy some of Ihe "lords of creation," Is to many a mystery; but to me, the most rational thing in the world Misi Msggie is difficult to pleaie. It is now definitely settled that on March 20, Mr. J. T. Chad wick and Miss Kale Shivel will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The announcement will cause more than one poor fellow to sAirtr; but sAi'rer or no sAirer, the Item mast be utilized and faithful to my duty, I chronicle this approaching marriage. The cere; ruony will take place In the Baptist church here at 7 o'clock r. M , oo the day above mentioned. Miss Kate, in all her angling, has steadily shown a pre disposition to shad. Personal. Miss Maggie Adams, of Mt. Vernon, is a guest of Miss Mnllie Nathan Shumate and Samuel Warn-achave been here visiting lady friends. Gen. Kobinson, W.N. Haldeman, Major Tiraberlake, Col. D. II. Young, Mr. Grant, President of the Crab Orchard Springs Co., Prof. Tohin and Cols. Welch and Estill, visited us Wednesday, Gen. Robinson, Mr. Grant and Prof. Tobln will be detained here several days looking after the interests of the Spijngs Co., aud analyzing our medicinal waters. Miss Lizzie Douglas, of whom mention was made in my last communication, is still improving. Mr. Jacob Guest had an extemivo sale Wednesday und his son, Col. J. W. Guest, related to me one of the most wonderlul features lo this sale lhat I ever remember to have heard, and believing it would interest the readers of the Interior Journal, I will mention it: Defore anything was slid, Col Guest announced that on all sums of $10 and under the money must be paid cish in hand; but on all sums over that amount, a credit ot CO dsys would be civeii wltliout interest and wltnout securi ty. Upon these terms the sale proceeded and strange to relate, iu thirty minutes after the last thing was sold, every dollar's worth was paid for in full. Now when and where can a similar showing bj made? Echo answers, Where? Valuable Items tor Country Gardeners. dark-eyed Ta-teut Office In Oviley A Bon's new building ArroiiNKYfH BTANFOnn. M. T. W.&WB WAllAH R. VARS0. VAHNON, a.t law, KY. op stairs. 1 'NUUIRK mocracy J. N. MURl'IIY I fa a candidate t represent Lincoln county In the neat Lffilalatiire, tnldcct to the sc'.Ur. of the De- f In Ih. fl.itrf trAllr Dindruuir, Af tlnftln .n.t ..I.. Joining counties snd Ihs Superior Court snd Court 01 cp.cii siirnimngiTtn 10 conmicci. Office on Lsncs.trr street Will vaxioN, TiVW, AXXtFIUll'iY i nn. III CJO TO - J. T. Harris' Restaurant nR Cakes Oysters, Ico Cream , Llght-llrenof all kinds or a Sqnarc Meal. ATTOltNJiV A.'X DANVILLU, KY., LBJJ ALEX. ANDEI180N, IA-XV- , Will prsctlc lo Ihs Courts of fori, snd adjoining counties and In Ihs Court of Appeals. P. HUFFMAN, jajf HUIIOJJON l KY. 'jTIfctT, STANFOnif, OOc-South FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. aids Msln Btreet, two doors sbo? the Myers Hot.!. Fare Nitrous Oxide flaa adralnlnsred when re-quired. llersuM your home, or your goodi, or your lies stock, ot your other property hsrs not licen burnt or wjurvu uj nreor iignmiDf, is no guaranty uai tbeycsssoTlpe. Don't yoii think, Ihen, tbst It would b prudent to securs Indemnity la rase such loss or dsmscs should occur f 1 oflcr 7011 this st tbe lownt rstes obtainable In sny nrat-flsCompany, I represent aeTrn tnd you may Uke your choice. J NO. M. 1'lllLll'N. Stanford Female College. 8TANFOUI), With KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL TIIE BRANCHES OP .TOS. SKVlHtAlYCE, This institution will open lis Thirteenth Heulon on the 2d Monday In September not. A J. Late of Chenault, Severance A Co., BUnlord, Ky., with M. ROBINSON , &. CO.. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE ac, M.TJBIC. Ars taught, as well si Import. ta and Jobbers of Dry Goods. Notions, M7, 639, til Msln Btreet, Cor. Slith, LOTJISVIlVr-B- - JCY. THE LANQUAOEB. BltAVV-INAND PAINTING. O In Tuition, prices range from ta to ISO Iu Hating concluded toremoes toTesss, I ofler for regulsr Department. J'rlmiry, tli; InlcrmeJI WOj Prepsrstory, 140, snd Collegiate, J50. sals my Residence fc IIuhIhchh Houhc, For full psrtteulars, aa to Board. Ac.. Mrm. Combined In one, tltuated In the town of Crab Or1HN. a,. !. Tit It: UFA HI, Stanford. Lincoln Co.. kli. chard, Ky., on Lancaster street. Tbe building 1. high, 8O1T) feet snd contwo snd la WHO, tains lo all eight rooms. Tho store-roo- m wltu count. n and aneiring niceiyanu propeny with all the outbuildings neremsry to E snd the tssteot the moat fsilldlous, and sn sbumlanca or pure water ur minting ana i shade snd fruit tree, household adorning andlcautlfylng the entire picmliea, all JEnst lnagooasnd healthy condition. Any ono desiring a cheap yet etliisblo residence, among a deter and prosperous people, would do well In call snd examine the picmtiea belors purchasing else where. Terms reasonable. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. JOHN V. NTRODK. K.tf The only line running FOR J3A.LE ! TERMS MODERATE. Kentucky's Jtoutc W. T. GREEN, -- A SOLID TRAIN I.ex-liiKto- Groceries, Hardware, Harness WASHINGTON CITY. and Saddlery, PLOWS WAONS. .. MTBRSHOTEL and its Reputation, STANFORD. KY. Fropr . Through Trunk Line e, "BIOSON KOUTJE." Railway. three-year-o- Louisville, New Albany SOUTH & WEST Pulliimn Pnlnce Cars! hen-hou'- e lo i ' .- IHis Don't Led Astray! hot-be- d tl Home-raise- d hot-be- d -- 1 NOTICE ! ST.ASAPH Cincinnati HOTEL, 4 1 a -- to Louis 5. Farm W. S. FRANCIS, 2 Kururnislica O ct 2 2 1- ill lieiltteil CHAMPO! i3 AT tull-rosd- bre-sc- THE Commercial TriivclorM i," a colt: 1 'Iwilt.r:.uroH.. an to this Icliifcrncas which is entirely now vnorr.iios or j&ii-$ttcknf iral little licnrt in ,oalB of Merry latightcr, to him. li At a odlogii rommcncM!utit .'i as ho bounded upon my kueo ? An apprenticeship must lo served to .dr. 7 L. White, editor of fi ! My wife turned toward me, saying: " Ho is intolerable I Good heavens I tho art of being a papa ; there la none di'iicofjl. L) firm, was called u xaV for tha profession of jouni-wliat child I " But I understood very to that of being a m,amma. Friday Morning, March 10, 1883 well If tho father is awkward in loving his Ho said, in sulmtnnco: "I have b that she meant: "Look how n to sav a word for ft baby, wo must acknowledge pretty, how healthy and how happy ho that ho is none tho leas awkward in which diws not need speiklng for; u oi?.YJtax xzrvni.tc.tsm is, our littlo man, our darling baby I" TIOSH.) press, liko the poor, you have And in truth ho was ndoreblo ; at least, handling it. Trembling and with a thousand con. with you, and it needs no word town me rim I thought so t The blood It the foundation of Scjulre dell t liU ( tie, I was wise enough I may say it now tottiom, a thousand effort, ho succeeds to introduce it. Tho profession of jourlife, it circulates through every part Stood villi hit ion end heir; in raising Oils insignificant weight. He nalism his grown up almad within tlie of the Isjdjr, and unless It Is pure Around Lin .priid Mi rich ettit, that my hair is white not to let pass a and rich, good health is Impossible Xiuratthtrotniioafilr, singlo one of thoso joyfnl moments is afraid of breaking tho puppet; his memory of those present. It is only a If dlstatc has entered the system And when is nwaro of the fact aim few yenis ngu that newspapers wero not elihbr, ligged, ted, without enjoying it amply; and, truly, puppclship the rtify lure and quick waytodihe tfatcitned, juried Ibtt way, bawls accordingly. Ho exerts more tho power that thoy nro today. Among it out is to purify and enrich the Tti fill.tr turned, and la to lad I did well. Let us pity thoso fathers forco in raising this child, tho influences tending to change the blood. Tcei klsdl) word! iltj ij who know not how to bo papas as often rriKcnhr 'Ihese simple facts are well ooor man, than would lie ucccssarr to character of journalism and to elevate Ah, my tan, "ThergxipWMngglntl possible, nho never roll upon tho shatter his front door. as known, and the highat medical If he kiss it, hit it to its present high standard, that of Mow thankfnl wethould be ' authorities agree that eV4i' but carpet, never play nt licard pricks its faco ; if ho tou h it, his tho colleges of Uie country nnd it That our lepotftc glrei a chine s iron wilt restore the Hood to its 'never imitato tho barkiog of dogs or the fingers hurt tho delicate lieing. Ho lm To fellowi eurh at lit natural condition: and alto that of learning is one rf th) strong roaring of lions, never bito with all their tho air of a licar attempting to thread n est. all the iron preparations hitherto Iillan. made blacken the teeth, caue headMill Muggtna 1,'aeed In Jeweled tfgbt, might without doing harm, or hido bo uecdlo. Ihoinfluencfloftlin "Tholmportanceof ache, and are olhcrniic injurious. And ttrri la tl ken theen ; hind tho taking caro tho while And yet, this littlo baby must gain profession of journalism loads to tho IIrown"! Iron IIitti ri w ill thorHer court ten thought 1 mild to bright to let themsohes bo seen I oughly and quickly assimilate with tho affection of its poor father, who, at consideration of tho responsibility ot tho And lean'roue ne'er tt een. the Mood, purif) ingand itrcnp,then-inLet us sincerely pity thoso jwor tin first, meets only with misadventures ; journalist. 'Ihcro is fio other class of A'otl f be beM ber hmghty bent, it, and thus time diicaie from Hune jed her ltrii clothe. I fortunato ones! Thcso arc not only it must win him, enchant him, cause professional men ou whom so great a any part of the )Kcm, and It wilt "And I mutt pitconlte,'' the lil.l, childish and agreeable pastimes that him to conccivo a lovo for his jwsition lift blacken the teeth, cause headrests. Tho duty of the " Mil Cecil, I inrpoee. ache or constipation, and Is posithey neglect, thoy aro real joy, delic nnd not force him to cmluro his role of journalist is not only to present "fihe'i poor, the tcictiM, bat no elylel tively no injurious. ious pleasures ; they aro trilles that, eon icript too long. to tho world ii mirror of oveutx, to hold In Hurr)), new but eti I In thle re puUIr, we're compelled Nature has provided for this, and tho uji a record of contemporaneous history, taken together, compose that happiness Saved hit Child. To meet all klndi, jou know " which so many persons slander and p.ipa is advanced to tho rank of Corpor-- I but also to present this record in such a Stnbnrit ilaoattnr. I? N. Euuw St, rultimore. Mi. of existing only in tho imagination, tho day his baby stammers its first way that tho projor lesson may be iU.k. lib. Genu: Upe-- the recommends, expect it to fall from yllables. becanso they drawn from it. After midnight, within lion of a fncnj 1 tried l!owx' THE T.I I TLK JiOOTS. Ihon IIittim st a Ionic and re. heaven in tho form of an ingot when it And how sweet is this tint effort to an hour of tho timo when tho apcr tierallre for mr djufhirr, hem r very feet, in pieces which speak, and how ndmirably chosen, how goes to press, tho editor hears for the 1w iberouaMv ccniineed In tho morning, on leaving my room, is beneath willing away llh Lomumpllem need only to bo gathered up. Let us vvell calculated to touch tho hcjrt of tho first time of some cventof great national Having f need to boo his aliocs carefully placed intra diuMti lj ih tmlble diioie. under Ihe car uf thcso littlo fragments, nnd father is tho first word: papa. It is importance ; on the spur of the moment, tic U o my own before the door. They then gather eminent Dhyilclani, I wai loth to our continual cry of com- strange that tho very first word of a hu- without time for reflection, he must preUlieTt that anything could arreil were little, laced 1kxU, nitlior worn and learn to drop trie prrgmi ol ilie iTiteaie, tut, to day brings its bread and man being expresses precisely tho most sent it to tho world in his editorial in m jf treat lurprUe, before m r daugli. tarnished by the rough usage to which plaint ; every ler had taken one totile of Brown's I of happiness profound and tender of all feelings I such a way as will lead his renders to laON DirriM.the begin to mend lie subjected them. Tho soles were portion and now l quite mtored to former Is it not touching to see this littlo be look upon it in tho right and proper Let us walk slowly, with our eyes, somewhat thin in placos, and a littlo health. A fifth daughter began to thsw tlgnt or L'ouumptien, and liolo nienaccil the toe of the right foot. now and then, fixed upon tho ground ; ing find, without assistance, that one light. When wo consider these things when the tihyttclan wat comulted be quicll iakl "Tonict were let us look around and peer into the word which must surely gain tho affec wo cannot overestimate tho responsibil The ntriugs, loose and limp, hung and then Informed that of whom it has tho greatest ity which rests upon him. little comers ; it is tlicro that Provi- tion of him ti) the right and left. the elder liner wat taking UaowN's By tho I...H Uirtaat, reiponded "that It need? that word which Biys; "lam is not tho dence hides tho treasures. "The great nowspaper welling of tho leather, I could easily a good Ionic, take Ik" mouth-piecof politicians, or intended Atokam rutin. havo always laughed at thooo per- your own ; love mo, give mo a placo in recognize thu iosition occupiod by his great nnd littlo tocri, and all the accus- sons who go through life with the your heart, stretch out your arms to mo; to promote tho ambitions ol singlo mon know nothing as yet; I who control them. As a class, tho llRows'sIaovIliTTrasciTcctual-ltomed movements of his foot had left reins nlackcucd, tho nostrils dilated nnd you see that I cures l))pqu, Indigestion and are independent, eyes fastened on tho horizon. It have just landed iu tho world, and think nowspapers of their traces either in deep or almost im- the Weakness, and renders the greatest of you already; I am ono of your family owned and controlled by men who have seems that tho proscnt burns their feet, perceptible indentations. relief and benefit to persons suffering L shall cat of your food ana bears your no special ambition of their own, and Irom such wasting diseases as ConWhy has memory clung to all this? I and if you say to them : " Stop an name pa pa pa pa. who are hence able better to judge sumption, Kidney CompUinU, etc lei your feet tread upon tho really know not, hut I can still see my Ho has found at once tho most delicato events. The public servieo of this door boy's IkkjU ambitiously placed byl eatth.iand takoa glass of this good old of all flatteries, tho sweetest of all country is improving daily, and this fact my own two grains of sand beiiilo two wino ; let us chat awhile, smilo a secHe enters the world with a mas- is due, to a great extent, to tho exist paving-stonea goldfinch in company ond and embrace our children I " they ter stroke. ence of a free and independent press. with an elephant They were his reply: "Impossiblo; wo aro awaited Ah " I would say y to thoso young the beloved darling I Pa pa "overy-day- " boots; his piny compan- down there. Down thero wo shall chat ; pa pa. I can still hear his hesitating men who proposo to enter journalism LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. with which he traversed his sand down there wo shall bo happy " And ions, littlo voice nnd still see his tiny red lips you cannot place too high an estimate mountains and explored the depths of when they have arrived down thero, riso and fall. Wo were ou our knees, in upon tho calling you have chosen. Enter tho neighboring pools of water. Their ureatiiins nuii uroucn, wnen ttiey cry Any on wlihlng to buy Lumber for busing, a circlo around him, and even then we it with tho idea of work. Journalism feorlngorany purpoMean tare money by gelling existence was so dovoted to and partook out, claiming tho ronard of their on It towered abovo liko giants. We said to demands a devotion sucu as no mlof ut at our mill tho number farm, about two lee from Crab Orchard, to much of his onu that something of fatigue, the present laughs under her him : "Say that again, littlo man, say other profession requires. Of those IU CO. MKUI.1 himself seemed to have been transferred sjicctacles, saying : Qentlcmon, tho who enter it not mora than that again 1 Where is your papa ?" to them; to mo thoy appeared to possess sato is locked up " And he, cheered by the bright faces continue to tho end. The drudgery. The futiiro promises and tho present a peculiar physiognomy; I felt that an pays, and wo must cnltivato tho acquain- around him, turned his eyes toward mo tho long hours, tho incessant demands invisible bond attached them to him, and held out his littlo arms. of journalism aro too great for many to tnd I could not look upon their still un- tance of tho cashier who holds tho keys Oh I how I embraced tho darling. My bear. But to him who enters it able DR. GANN'S REMEDIES I of the safe. decided form, so comically graceful, and prepared to undorgo tho necessary Why imngino that wo are tho dupes ol voice was choked with tears. without thinking of their master and FOR THE MILLION. From that moment I was a papa, se- strain and toil tho possibilities of re Providcnco ? avowing that thoy resembled him. ward aro great." MANOFACTUltED BY W. S. OANN, M D. Do you suppose that this good Provi-deiic- o riously a papa. Everything that comes in contact I had been baptized I From the has sufficient lcisuro to servo each MONTICELLO. KY. with babies grows a Jittlo babyish also, Lr.a.if. ltKFisiTiox of a ".YKrr.v- ItFrench. cne of ns with jwrfect happiness, and becomes characterized by that awkJPAl'KK." The world It tiled with lb wonderful, beautid cooked, already cut and ful and yet Intention! ol ward groco peculiar to them. ECCKSTUW UEQUKSTS. Newspapers says tho Supremo Court combinedIntricate and gentut thit man,world all tha tn talent hat er upon a plato of gold, and, moreBosido theso laughing, gay, A Manchester lady bequeaths a sur- of Minnesota in a recent cose aro of so er known hat never produced anything that can compare " Medical littlo boots, demanding but to over, to tickle our ears with sweet geon 25,000, on condition that ho many varieties that it would be next to kill and with 'Ir. Uann'a Remedies to dlteorer telenet hate, at yet. tailed (trains of music during the repast? A should claim her body and embalm it, anr thing eoual to them. lor tha cure tha dla- scour tho Uclds, my own appeared impossiblo to give any brief definition eaiea for which they are recommended.of At their how- and that he shou'd once in every year heavy, gross and absurd, with great many persons do expect it, virtue and uiea are praleed by thoutandt tbrongh-ou- t which would include nnd describo all ol and at th look upon her face, two witnesses being kinds of newspapers. Wo aro not called Standardlength and breadth theytha land, bo extheir gigantic heels. Looking ujxvii ever. FamllT Medicines, cannot celled, and are fully lubatanllated by tha atronf We must bo reasonable, roll up our present. Another lady, of an economi them, as ttiey Btood there, with heavy, npon to incnr tho risk of giving any such it testimonial!. undeceived aspect, ono could not but sleeves, cook our own food and not ex- cal turn of mind, desires that if sho definition at this time It will bo snfil- - For Cought, Colda, Croup, Bronchitis, Consumption and all Dlaeaaeaa ol tha Throat and Lungt, pect Heaven to make our pot boil. should die away from Branksome, her cient for all tho purposes of this case to feel that for them Jifo was grave, tho I thought of all this, in tho evening, remains, after being placed in a coffin, cay that, in tho ordinary understanding Use Dr. Griiu'h Cough Syrup. road long and tho burden to be borne when my loy lay in roy rms and his should bo inclosed in a plain deal box, altogether serious. of the word, a newspaper is a publica- For Lleer CompIatnt,Dytprptla. Indlgeitlon Jaundice, Constipation, Sour btoinach and all Bilious Tho contrast was marked and tb les- regular, moUt breath came against my and conveyed by goods train to Poole. tion which usually contains, among Illseaeei, son profound. I used to approach theso hand. I thought of all tho happy mo- " Let no mention," sho states, " bo made other things, what is called tho general Cue Dr. tiaun'M LiTcr Cure. which already owed to tho little of the contents, as tho conveyance will tiny bcxa very gently, in order not to ments bows, tho current news, or tho nows ol wake the old man who still slept BonnJ-l- y miai, and I was thankful to him for not then be charged moro for than an the day; and nothing which docs not For Bheumatltm, Neuralgia, Bpralnt, Brulae and Swelling! n external application for manor them: culinary passage." A French traveler, in tho adjoining chamber. I usod to beast contain such nows, is in" How simplo it is," said I to mysolf, seccntly deceased, desired to be buried usually for general circulation, anda newstap tlicm, turn them over and over as I Uho Dr. Ganu'ii Iilniuieut. tended is examined them on all sides, and felt a "to lie happy and what a stnmgo idea in a large leather trunk to which he was paper in tho ordinary sense of tho word. Forrtlea, Hemorrhoid!, Burnt, Flttula and alt " tlmllar dUcatee, delicious smile mount from my heart to it is to seek that happiness in Ohina I aitached, as it "had gono around tho Such a nowspaer is a publication My wifo entertained tho samo opinion world with him three times ; " and an old glove, perfumed with my lips. The adapted to the general reader. Now, in Bho Dr. Gaun'H Pile Ointment. violet, which I have so longkepj; hidden and wo remained hours at a timo before English clergyman and Justice of the tho absence of somo controlling considFor Fruh Cult, Burnt, Ulcert tnd Old Boii-t- , in the most secret depths of myllrawer, tho bright fire, speaking of that of which Peace, whoat the ago of 83 had married eration to tho contrary, tho fctatuto is to Uho Dr. Ghuii'h Hlttcr-Swc-ct a girl of 13, desired to bo buried in an never filled my soul with so sweet an our hearts wero full bo taken to have used the word newpa-pe- r Ointment. "Do yon not perceive, my dear," she old chest he had selected for the puremotion. iu this, its ordinary senso, or " acoften said, " that your lovo is of an en- pose. Tastes differ in tho matter of cording Parental lovo is not a passing aff to tho common or approved UHcDr.Giuiu'McStoniHcu Hitter cast upon tho winds ; it has iu fol- tirely different nature from mine ? Pa- burial. One man wishes to bo interred usagoof t)io language;" and when the A Reliable Tonic. Appetiser and Blood Purlner, and alto cure Djpteptla. lndlgettlon, Idler lies and its weakness it is either puer- pas calculate. Their affection is liko n with the bed on which ho had been ly- object of tho publication of a summons Complaint, Malarial and all periodical Dlteaaea. Manufactured and for Ml by ile or sublime. It never analyzes it sell trade. They never lovo their children ing ; another desired to bo buncd far is considered, tho reasonableness of such and ucver seeks to explain its emotions ; well until their egotism is flattered. from the haunts of man, whero naturo a construction of tho word newspaper "W. IC. 33., Them Is something of tho proprietor m may " smilo upon his remains ; " and a as requires tho publication to it makes itself felt ; and allowed- "All orders be made Sol proprietor, Montlcello, Kj. aaii to drift with its dclicions current. tho papa. You can analyze your par- third bequeaths his corpse for dissection, wh 'ro it will be likely to meet the eye py m.ii wiii recaiT piomptatiention, 1 iet the papa who is without weak ental affection, discover its cjuscr, and after which it is to bo put into a deal ot the general reader is quite apparent. CENTRAL ues cast the first stouo at rue the eay: ' I love my child because it is thus box and thrown into tho Thames. One and thus.' For tho mamma this analy- man does not wish to be buried at nil, TASTIXa AS KLKPUAST. nammas will avenge me. r rai 8ho docs not but gives his body to tho Imperial Gas Tho huge carcass of 'tho elephant, or ltcmembur that this litllu hxced boot sis is un impossibility. TUB MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO mind n tiny, dimpled foqt, love her child because it is pretty or ug- Company, to be consumod to ashes in rather what remained of it, lay on ono recalled to my to which was attached a thousand clief-(die- ly, intelligent or absurd, because it re- ono of their retorts, adding that should Bile, as it had fallen, with tho legs exsembles her or does not resemble her, tho superstition of the times prevent tho tended. Behind the ribs and just over And decidedly tb Topular Route, affording, u It louvullirn 1 can still see. my dear boy sitting or because it has her gestures and tastes fulfillment of his bequest, his executors the belly tho Kaffirs had peeled off a doea, leu chaoiei tod tuperlor accommodation! to upou ay knee as I cut his finger nulls ; or becausa it does not havo thero. Sho may placo his remains in St. John's large slab ot skin about three foet Miisonri, Iowa, Kansas, Tezai, how he struggled ami pulled my beard, loves it because she cannot do othor- - Wood Cemetery, "to assist in poisoning square, and through the r thus The North, North weat tnd Weit. In fact, If you laughing in spito of himself, for ho was niso; with her it is a necessity. Mater- tho living in that neighborhood." A formed dragged out the Btomach and coot upltt s trip In any direction, your Inlerett will b bettterrrd by purehatlng your ticket tie ticklish. nal lovo is an innate feeling in woman. person may npprovo himself of crema- intestines ; they had also cut Uie heart, K. C. and Cincinnati, 2 Tnlut each way 2; Pull . and I can still eoo him when, in the even- In mon parental love is tho result of cir- tion, but it is a littlo hard wheu he re- liver and lungs, fco that what was left man l'alac I art; Klrgtnt New Vr Coachee, lorm htndtoinely'furnltbsd Reclining Chair Care ing, besido tho bright, warm fire, I re- cumstances. With her it is an instinot; quires his relatives to npprovo of it also, was merely u hollow shell, iu tho lower tb unequaled equlpmcnti of thlt Old Reliable, thereby making a trip oter thlt lint on ol moved his littlo stockings. How de- with him it is an involuntary calcula- SjKCfator. part of which tho blood had formed n comfort and pleatura. Try It. lightful it was I pool a foot deep. Into this cavity they tion, but, at the same timo, the result of TIME TABLE. INKfTLoT DEC. 91, ISS2. VI) Hit ITT JUS. Tltli KMIOH .ISO TUB Iiued to soy: "Ono two " And various other feelings I" and the bushuieu now kopt entering by BOUTII. No. . No. 6. No. J. One day thu editor was visited by a twos, disappearing entirely from sight, he, enveloped in his vast night-gowhis "Oh! very well," I replied, "speak Corlngtoo... Too am 2 80 ii m 800pm hands lost in tho aieoitw, which wero by. your mind. Wo havo neither heart nor committco of villagers to urgo upon him searching eagerly for small pieces of fat Lee, Falmouth. 40 a a II0PB " siSpm 10 60 a m 6WIiiu 10 08 pm " Cjolblint far too long, with sparkling eyes and soul, wo men; wo aro bloodthirsty can- some arguments iu favor of a now along tho backbone and about the kid11 to a m " 10 40 t 85 p iu 1120 pm Being an amiable man, although neys, and bathing in, and smearing Arr. I'arlt ready to burst out laughing, awaited the nibals. Terrible sentiments, thoso I" Lexington.... It IS p m 6 pin Lexlogton . . I 23 u m 7 80 a 12 10 glorious "Three." And I plunged tho poker into tho fire it was just his busiest hour, ho asked themselves with, tho blood. This is a Lee. Wlncbetter., I 21 p r S JO V iu UUpui p am Arr. ML Sterling.. a oi p a 00 u in liitam At length, altera thousand dehiys, with a violcnco that caused tho sparks them to be seated until ho had finished commou practice among all tho natives 7 21 u o-Aabland- -. au article ho was writing on on applica"Tisanj ua p m after a thousand attempt at leaving to fly in every direction. " Iiuntlngton. of the interior of Africa whenever lurgo No. 3. No. 1. No.e. Noam. which excited liia impatience uud gave And yet I could not but acknowledge tion of the principle of ensilage to green gamo, such as elephants or rhinoceroses, While waitiug they all aro killed, particularly if they happen Lt. Huntington. mo an opportunity to steal Jivu or six that my wifa was right. When a child picket-fence80 am J IS a m Athland kiuses, I cried "Three." inakon its otitrauco into tho world, the began to talk to each other at tho very to bo tho tint of the season. Whether Mt. Sterling. II 88 au o 80 a in 10 a tu Wlnchealcr... 12 31 p m Tho etocking How to the further end mother's affection cannot bo comparod pitch of thoir voices, until tho distracted they imagine, tlint this bath of blood Arr. Lexington lo p la 7 W a lu 8 15 pm of tho room. Then it was a veritable to that of tho father. With hor, it is editor could stand it no longer, when, gives them courage or nut I cannot say, Lea. Lexington.. .. 2 lo p m g 65 pai - 8 00 p iu Far! pleasure. Ho throw liimself bock in my already lovo. It seems that sho has wheeling round in his chair, he re- They do uot wash it oft again, but let it 9 Cyuthlana.... i5am lllpui 10 11 aa til SKSpiu S p tu ' Falmouth.,... 19 arms, uud Lis bare legs cleft the air. known hor darling a long lime. Bho marked, with an expression sweetly dry on them and remain there till it Arr. Coetngtoo .... o 15 p ui 1185 a ui 8 15 pm m l'rom his gradually wearc or guts rubbed off. mouth, in whioh I seems to say: "It is ho." Bho takes utter: "You'd oblige me, gentlemou, MAYdVILLE DIVISION could two tuo tows of brilliant little him to her without embarrassment, her by conducting your conversation in a A Jluntcr't Wuntlerlna in Africa No. 9Lr. Leitngtou a put. Arr MirtilllaS IOdui No. 10 ' Majullle 00 am. " Lexington 29am lower tone, There's a man sick with tho Sclout. jiearU, ebcujHxl a cucadd of htfutty uud gestures are easy unit uncoustrdinoJ, No. II " Farlt 8 20 am. " Mantilla a iSam room, and you might No. Ii " MifitllleUtOpm ' Lexington 8 83 jm tumorous lsughur. and, folded in her arms, the baby finds Events are not iu our power; but it No. 8 runt dally and hat day coachtt from CinHis mother, who luughod also, would n place exactly to his uicasurcia soft, disturb him." As he gathered up tho that were left always is butter to niako i good uso of cinnati to Wathlogton, I'ullnian rlleepento Kana. vvaitn neat made expressly fohiui, m hats, canes and iimlm-lla- s bay to him, utter uu iunuut or two : wba Fall!. W.Va, and Reclining Chair Car 10 Lax by tho committee in thoir eager lolt for evou tha worst. Ingloo. Slope only at tttlloui on K C. K.11. ; come, my augel ; you which ho sleeps in happiness. Jt really "Como, buoy where time It el itu. No. 2 runt dally, except tho fresh air, ho mud tr himself, quiollr: will catch cold I Hold him I Will you seems iu if woman had served a mysThousands are being cured of Catarrh ttuadiy, hat through coachee to Uun Ingloo. No. lally. except Bundayi through terious apprenticeship bo ipiiet, littlo wretch I" to maternity. "I reckon I'm going to bo a success iu every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that 4 runt Hterllng and parlor car btt Mtytrtlle. coachee8 No, to toMt. lourualism and laid could runt dally; hat elegant day coach Trora Wathlng-tothe doctors had siren up Then she would wish to bcold him, Men, on tho contrary, are plunged into I'ulluan Hleetier from Kanawha Fall aud not be cured. 75 cents a bottle. Sold by parlor cart front Leilogon to CluclnntlU .Only but could not tuppri-t- thouumistukuble deep trouble ou the birth of uu infant. Tim most thoughtful' man has lieen Penny & McAlltter, Stanford, Ky. ibree ilopa. Not. 1 and a lun dtlly, except dun. suiilu uon her lips. And who coulu The first cry of tho baby touches them ; discovered ill New Jerey. Just before, day, and liae through coaches from x rZ n...t.7. vt ir.ii. ana mi. oieruoa uireci conueciion aiHuntington ogtoo have looked scrioiu iu tho proeuco ui but there is more astonishment than ho died he said to the undertaker: for Catarrh Cure, offer $100 reward for any with 1 nigra ,., Ulchmond,Ky., Ltwrtnceburg,;.ty.. love iu this emotion. The father' afl'ee-tio- n " Wlieu y iu put mo on ice do not waste case UN that fiuieu heuu of huir, of thowi roaj of Catarrh that can't be cured with C. L. BROWN, is not yet born. His heart has lieod any ou my feet ; thoy have already been Ilall's Catarrh Cure. Sold It Pennr 4 O. W BENDER, cheeks, llu.hcd uud huppy, uud of thu Buperlnteod.nt. Oeo'l Fata. A Tat. Alt. Central oBcea, Csetngtoo, JCTi McAl liter, Stanford, Ky. of reflectinjrjpjon and habituating itself frozen." bbv liM tliut ojiened but to vent lilt ctwJm mr Mai'in . -- new-bor- pr.fc"' PLAIN urk als TRUTHS d KTHOIUST, HOUTH -- Itar. if. 0 MorrTiwn I'aitor Serelre ereryrlunday morning ana night eirept Ihe Ihlnt Vrayer Meeting err ry -- We will now pay tprrltl attention to rlnndty Mchnol at Thurxliy nliht a. el. Iter II C MnirlMin, Superintendent rOUHTOM OIli:VIINC3.- - B"Al"rillT -- Kav J M Baoct.I'aator.lyrTlcet and Fourth Hundiyi, morning and WViromlMlo git itlliOftlon. and whin ileal red night. IT! ret Meeting etery Wclnreday tOer-noowill gle Patent Flour for Wheal Can nitka Rnndty School at 1 10 A M. It, K. Iltrrow either boiled or unboiled meal Buperlnlenitent. 110--1 MrAl.lrlTI'.K ANAIiUK, IIRlnriAN - Worthlpby the rongregitlon ae-e- rr Lord'i dar. I'reachlni br I'r. J. W. ! onfltenndand Fourth Imrd't Jtjl. Hunday Dchool St (18 Jot Heeertnre, Superintendent. ter. F. 8. PltmiYTMIIAN, rlOIITII -I- it SO. John W. rVhool IujuI, Hnjierlnirndr&t. Union l'nyer Meeting on 8TANr0ltl. KY. We.lnM.fir nlihlt Iweffva? TO THE PUBLIC OPERA HOUSE. Iteawnabl ratri to good altrattlona. at abore. Addrrea 4I.,,.il,JIU.l. citcncn hiurcTont. a W. P. WALTON, . - Troprlotor. Bluo-Gras- s romitleUteti ut 8lof Stage, 2iM. FljhtIntludlng gallery,rWn. ery Heating capacity, too, Farm For Sale I tntl-tulion- 1 1Q03. arm-chai- r, Tho CiiaCinati Nuws! A DAILY I nfler lir tale, prlrtlely, my firm of (71 Atree lainl, wllh a largt brlrk and ef etiellenl Mue-gra- u frame retldt nee roml.lnnl, of ten mnmi, within a mliecif ihe new Mandril A I'rrtehertillla pile. New orchard, freeh ami medical water In Aon-dtKrit-rlaInrlndlnga neat tenant houM. In gra", iW) arte, and balance III. labia ( hureh and acbooj. Tlmlier aliuni.nl houea near by and th- - iiclthliothmd nneXiTlleil. It It not ollen that inch a detlrai I farm it lor tale. Title petfr. t Addreit m at Blinfurd, Ky , or tall un lue at Ihe farut Domooratio NowBjmpor! It pul.llihfd o aubirrlbcra IH1. NAHAII t'OtlK. it tb folliewing lliVXTKH to-d- 1 o l, lt eurre kind,) rml-fl- it thai follow a energy, fciaol lu the Uck, dlidoeaaofeliion preiiiatureoll age, and many other dlara.ee that lead to rwntuHtiitlon tnd a pre (rnil for elrenlara with trell mature grate rotmlilt free by mill The f , VIUOIIA TUIt la eotd at II boxee l.u.er els free by lor t, by all TRICK ilV KINIILK COl'V or will be tent mill, aeci rely .. . . -- Two rent! illuiiiiti, Dally edition Bundar (double tlte) Three c nil eealed, on receipt i f pilce, by eddreetlag Agentt. carrlert, newalealert, newitioya or any II. Adtmiilrel,Tiilnlo,llhlo. onabandllngTIlK NEWS, arenqulred toiell Ihe ll-lj- rj Sileueut for Ihe United Nlitee ptperln conformity with Ihe abor rite.. Ad dreet TIIK AKim, Clnclnnttl.O. 00 Dtlly snd 8un.li-editioill month!.. Dally and hunday edlllon, three uionlhi 2 00 All tubecrlptloni Inrarlably In tlrtnce. An extra ropy ol tha piper will I millet free for one year to anr perron who will rtlM a elub ol ten annual lutMcrlbert at one imatefnee, and for ward their Btmet tnd aditrew, together wllh 170 II CAHIllKIt Dally and Sunday edition, IS cenlt per week, or 83 cents per month, payable to rattler nr MitL. rosraua ram Dally and 8unday rdfllvn, one yeir tit'HUIIJOItI'riO:Vl 17 00 ROBBED i Thoueandaofgraeei art) annually robbed of their elcilmi, llree prolonced, hepplntitand health re- tioreti ny ueitiie great iltlely andierintiently (eauanl by tiretnf anj MrrrrnrdW, tnd alldltea-e- a aen,uenrof ell Abwte, at lott of memory, ualteiial bmlluJe, pain f rtiru. Whlrh GERMAN INVIGORATOR! nio. r t. j. ii.ii:y, TJIE WEEKLY Will be Inucd by the NEWS! Jp JHftaT care-lean- ly Cincinnati Newt Publishing Co. It It a Democratic paper, dctfded la Fkllllct, Newe, Mtrkett, Agriculture and I. teraluie, and wilt I edited with th tlcw of making It adftlr-sb- l Ata new nndldtl for public fa tor, Th Week. r Newt will rater lo the rriilrrtnettlt ol lit lead-er- a II wllllhorouthlr dlK'iiiiall lira nuratloi t oflaediy. It will glte rurllnlir attention to Ibegstneringor tnenewt jvciai rtre wlllb liken In compiling tb ltlloui mirkel rewrlt. In thelulriretot lb. firmer, a auoitl inae will deroled to tgrlruliur. tlereril llteralur and eirloui milieu Sited for tho lanilli ilrcle will comprlM ao Important drptrtnirni ol Ihe paper, and It wlllt the purine ut the management toau edit and publlib thai h Weekly Newt at to com mend It to and make It a welcome tliltor In trery houtebold. Th Weekly Newt It a lirg rjaarlo, roottlnlig of reacting matter, prlnud ou a a In article ol calendared paper. in oruer io reacn an cjaMtea,u wiu 14 tola ai tue rtmlly Newipter. r I o 'a rnaamal f y y nffeo-lion- s. s, 1 1 1 to-u- Thlt nreparallnn It pnrelr vegetable and Ire from all rt.leterlmi. or danr.rout tatiettneee, tnd It it aianuteiy certain lo tutn all kli'diof worma rrora tha bnni.ii aytient It Ii not naaatlng to lliomnatiletlcalealoiutrh, bihI cb idren will taka It ai readily ai tber win nHlaMre. wrbich thould recommend It to every houtekeeper Farenucan arply II with tifety ami ijkhn rjr. bippr (.cee.andjnrootiplrli. wi unroneriouilr etpreM the grat'lu.1. of lb lltll onea. It It ihw mnlw pleaAant to l.kw ut following low eewri killrr that Ittold be dealert at twentyvp In e vialt, and he centi. Try a bottle it.l TKH Manuraeiured by C I'mtOKK A tingle ropy, on year ....- I 00 ....... -1 Oflew, tuo Jtntn afre.f, f.ewt.Hflev Xar. A club of ten coplea. mailed tuoo potlemce, .. .. one year. ... ... 9 04 For aala In Ultnlord by Paaar A McALtma. .. A club 01 twenty coplre, mailed lo on po.t- . IT 00 offlce, one year A club of thirty coplet, nulled to one pott. orsviiHviurTioxi 1 one-four- th Afflicted, Attention club of forty co lee, milled to one pott ofSce, one yeir 80 00 And larger cluba at the rite of 7a rent! per cvpj Yr .onuis And In adJItlon. TheWeeklr Newa will be mi I. ed frr for nae Tear lo anr tetm who will ralM a clnbot twenty or more annual iultr it on poeiomce, and forward tneir ntmtt anj adJreet wllh the requlilt amount of money, aaperabnie A offlre. one year. . .... . .... 21 00 haLbLh d ln IflTARRH 13 " RURE taoi 01 raiee. pro-larc- good-hn-tnor- Hr...JWVNDED DY PHYBinAnrj. OCJ2VZ2RI C j.arrh cf tho Nasal Cntltr Chronlo ana nr tno Ulcorntltol caarrn INTLRN inr, Leo or Will l dlitrlbnlcl among tli ALLY, and who oblaln and' Throat. It's takan tend to The Weeklr Newi the ea largeel clabt of ine Blood arts DIRrCTLT upontho Srstem. nna It blucoua Qurf.iC08.of lull rile luUcrlbert Irmu any o e8labylh lit Is tho host fJlood Purifier In tho diy ot July. 1M.1. lith luburlptlon la thee WOnLO. n.id Is worth ALL that la Club, will chantoa for It, for THAT Qlono. PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS Sl.OOOlNOOLD! m6n-stroii- s, ONE DOLLAR PEIl YEAB. For Largeat Oub 2d I j And ws offer Ono Hundrod Dollnrw tor any Onso of Catirrh It will not Ourei. AVILL CUUU ANY CA8I2. Ci 7th 031co of A. T. Brxwaar Cb.'I so " Mh C'ntcaoo, 111 .Juno 4, so vth JVura. F J CXtntvit Cn., Toledo, IK " 1 0th (JntU-mtI la to pleatura In Uformln-- r tou Catarrh Cur. It has that 1 liaie uacd Hall -....Jl.000 cured me I teat very and don't healtateto Iarllet woiklog lor th sluee premium! mutt uy '.hit ItwIUrureanycaeoof Calarrbli takeo Yours truly, Inrarltblr aend one dnllir wih each r.ime n purl- properly. ed, and tney thould cite ntmet with I' (1. J. U vrgarncatoas. and KDd meuey at tut ai the tubacrltwrt WOPTIC 810 A IIOTTLE. are obtained Ilav had H. Jlnuur, Jackaco, Mleh, write Hmill imounli of moner may be aenl by mall it ."alarrri for SJ year. lUli'.Calarrh Cure cured the Company'! rlts, but amountt oter Ii muit t cue. CnnelderllwmrthSlftOOa tiotllA. ol I by alt Drunrlata at ;8 eta rer botllo. tent by potlofflc money orJ.r. check or by regie. I cereI letter, bend lor lniru copy and then mif irturrd an.t llhr F J. ClIUKtY & CO. TOIXDO, 0U10. luWrlb for lu AddreM 3 TIIK WEhKLY NF.Wfl. 101 tnd 208 Rare tireel, Qncinaatl, Ohio, For ul In Stanford by fenny A afcAlltter. "3d " " tin ' 8tb Cth .!... ... T7TIJ .. . . . .. . IKK) . 20 In gold ONLY U.TERHAL tr-i- .100"' M 0 70 s CUBE FOR CA.MH Tim siAitiurrua " " " iti, Tolil..... ld EDWARD WILDER'S re Fettr and Ague, laltrmitlint Ftter, Dumb Age, Djiptptll, Lirsr Never falls it Compltlnt, Indljtibtn, Colio and Flat, lt wilt Cuio Coilittneit. It tl a a(o Alltrtlitt and Ttnie, a mild and DitigMful Intigortnt for Dtlictt Woman, a fowcrful rccupc-riu- l appottrer. after the fnuno baa Uer. ilcbllliateU sod reduced by alcknou, au excellent Kites touo to tho digestive organr, pro eou Mtlirit.Lraccs up the tyttem, strengthen the portal circulation aud dears the whole animal economy from the seeds of dlwaac. Tho sllghteat attack oi lever may be a prelude to the worst, and tho remedy that would eonqner It whilst lt Is yet tn lbs commencement, may be ot no value when It la at Its full development. Fartlcu-larl- y Is this the caao with persons around whom the pestiferous Influence of Milirla clings In the form of Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, PtlnfufSpliiii, aad Weik Slomieh. Fur Ihe Cure of all Ihe abovo DUeaaos this preparation stands unrivaled, and Its good and permanent effects aro attested by thouianda, and It is recommended alike by the ablest medical men and the mbilitry TRY IT, all you that aro afflicted, ami be convinced of IU wonderful power and benefl-ria- l effect be I 3r. my-M-l- f KENTif 11 d CINCINNATI! STOMACH BITTERS rorHllliiliiHIiiul'iiril -- trap-doo- y I'ltiuty ; !M tt AIImI or. o?i3:e- luiu-rlo- ut INTERIOR JOURNAL town-pum- p. .. llpn .- - ..., . 1 lllllo IUiu wido-ope- n BRKfcfcirliriiE "Ca MjIbcw S Sift "UfKK u JOB PRINTING' OFFICE Is Proparod to do all kinds of Printing in tho Best of Style and at City Figures. Try us, STEAM