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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 20, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883032001_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 20, 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 1 X.-NUMBBR Semi - Hielli MefMf ImtfttaL 5L0. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 131. Government Profit on Coinajt, A considerable aotirco of profit- - to tho United htatcs Government Is tho . Editor and Proprietor amount of paper money and coin that W. P. WALTON. T,Rn WALTON, Buelneu Manager Is never presented for redemption. Much of this Is destroyed by firo. . i"i(hfefinl riiracfrtirn runt some of it is buried or hid in places known to no person alive. A large "(THRO 1M2U ANNWI. quantity of tho coin is melted to inako 1 New Mode of Treating Tomatoet, r ... 7Vifii, practico is to excavato in the early spring timo ns many flit turnips ns aro needed and having filled the cavity with earth, plant two or threo seeds in it, selecting tho best plant when two or three inches high, to re- Mf doh'j n.t "tstjpi la pynuMof sub script Mtrpt li roV thsnc, and then of de nominations net nrrr inrwi rents, Cflu of the Country Prttt. Nowspupcrs aro not moro essential srri. li. fIT of cities than of to thq country towni. Whether in metropolis or villago tho (fleet of tlio new paper la tho same, in diffusing intelligence, stimulating thought and aiding in progmt. A map of Kcntuo ky, darkly ahatled over tho thirty-fiv- e counties in which no newspaper is published, would bo as true an c Libit of tho condition of progress in Willi tho Stato as cao bo dovisod. cisms at the expense ot tho country press, whether indulged in by the Governor of tho Stato or by a fledg ling in city journalism, stamp their author as ignorant of ono of the most important factors in our progress. It must ia truo that the apelling-bao- k come before lha nowspaper in tho evolution of intclligouco in a new section, but if tho editor does not quickly follow 'the schoolmaster with hi record of tho world's growth tholes-so- ns of tho latter will soon bo forgot ten and tho acquirements of tho pu pll will fall'lnto disuse, olso tho pupil will grow toiuianhood and old age without ever learning that all know! edge was not concentrated iu his textbooks and his tutor. AiiaJjouiaville paper is read with more interest hero than the ablest journal from Boston could possibly ed weekly in n be, so li the couutry town the most entertaining nswspapcr for tho local population Gossip about peoplo and things that concern our own every day lives is more attractivo to all of us than le scriptions of life abroad and diecus-aio- ns ot political questions, which affect us only indirectly. Ilenco the first oleracnt.il Interest in tho county to whom tho paper. "Tho scliool-bo- y, city paper may look frightfully dull, gets an inkling of public nflairs thro' the me'ntioa in tho homo sheet of tho local officials of bis acquaintance, and this leads him to extend his know! edge, as bo grows up, until the city paper, large as it is, becomes as intel ligiblo to him as tho editorials written by his neighbor. All public ques tions resolve themselves into tho pri vato affairs of individuals, nud theso details are' best learned through local paper tatfowns whero every citizen is known bv all the others. No city paper icauexche such an interest in tho alTafrs .that ai!cct the rural population ai, results from tho work of tho country editor. Trivial as tho villago newspaper may seem to the urban reader, it has probably carried to a every week In thouasnd thafyeaKtbu'bnly news oftbo outsido world thai has reached their iumntes, together, with, discussions of politic, suggestions of improvements which have mado those homes brighter nud practical hints which bavo educated both young and old in a moro practi cat manner than all the schools in tho community would have dono. The city editor who lias it iu his po.net.to encourage his countiy con toiupprary thereby paves tho way for ex'temling- - his own influence. The coujijry ' prHj in America, a million time- moro than tho New York Horace Greeley's name a household rjT clt merchant whojulyerljjea hi tfio country press notirilylseMa tho goods advertised, but ke, helps to develop tho corauiu support ho gives tho pa nlty por and this leads to such an increase in, '(ho demand for tho best wares as no '"drummer' could over hopo to so cujo; Therornre newspapers iu Kentucky scarcely worth tho nnmo, gotten oiit by printers without capital, perhaps, their principal idea being to to livo upon. get euougbladvertising But the experience of others shows that any man having capacity, and a reasonable amount of capital, can go toalpoHk&county-sea- t Id the Stale and wir'wore uiooey thau the average city 'journalist, without doing half as much Work and Quding much more appreciation. With the growth of the number of this class of editors will there be a growth of intelligence in Kentucky ami an increaso in Louisvillo wealth and prosperity. Commercinl. -well-editfarm-hous- Kfjrlty WS uy-th- e Thousand bar nlliKta to tilt) positive curative power of tliu fJreat Herman tjold ly See adrertljement Penny & McAlUter, Stanford. sterling silverware. Considerable .A.T amount of both paper money anacoin aro exported, never to return. riot long ago a U. 8. bond, issued about ger of n tour in tho West Society then he bos been known as tho Rev. 1810, was presented at tho sub treasuhas sottled upon Florida as tho prop- J. M. Sutherland, and a more consisDruggists mid Booksellers, ry in this city. Tho interest on ithad er placo, and to Florida overy body tent, earnest christian joxhorter nover coated over fifty years. It had come Stanford, Ky. goes. Brides and grooms are said to lived. He has for nearly two years Opora House Block, back from Kurope through Ilarring bo prevalent in St. Augustino now to been in the employ of tho City Mis Bros. Tho outstanding principal of an enormous extent, and people of a sionary Society, which pays him 820 tho public debt of tho United States class that nover visited Florida before a week, on which ho supports his wife last year was nearly two billion dolaro now constantly on tho streets of and daughter. Chicagnana can relars, chiefly represented by bonds and St. Augustine. Buddy cheeked and member when Bob Hart got 8300 a treasury notes. It would bo, of course, vigorous young men in wbito flannel week during an entire season in that impossible to say how much of this suits and blushing brides in whom city. Ho works among the poor peowill never be presented for redempthero is not the faintest indication of ple, and preaches several times a week QTJAIX.OII, tion, but so mo idea may bo formed consumption, meander about in tho and twice ou Sundays. He hasn't from tho fact that $07,055 of it was touched a drop of liquor sinco the moonlight, and jolly dances, elaborisued so long ago that tho dato is not ate dinners, and all sorts of excur- night from which he dates his converrecorded. It appears in the report as Cleveland Sun. sions have quite awakened the old sion. "old debt" that may safely bo put Brooklyn town from its lethargy. Mrs. Davis forbade John Doyle, a down as profit. There is an item nf Eagle. saloon koeperat North Adams, Man., $82 525 of treasury notes issued prior The negroes of the South are said to to sell her husband any more rum. to 18 10 Somoof them were issued bo perfectly happy when they aro at "As long as bo has money to buy nearly fifty years ago and will not; a prayer meeting, and a little more with," said Doyio, ''ho can get drinks in all probability, ever bo prcecuted than perfectly happy when on the way at my bar." Davis abused this privi-- 3 for redemptiou. Ono thousand ono home from prayer meeting they 'dis- lege by getting drunk at once, and hundred and four dollars of the Mexi jk.?STJD cover a chance to rob a chickenroost. whilo in that condition had both legs can indemnity of 1840 has nover been Such is the nature of their religions cut off by a locomotive. Mrs. Davis claimed. The lost of the fractional make-u- p that praying and stealing got a verdict of 87,500 against Doyle, Having bought out S. II. Baughiiinn, wo Mill keep currency was issued under the act of hens do not seem to bo at all inconsist and the Supreme Court has affirmed ou hand u nice lot of Horses mid Buggies, which wo June G, 18G-1- yet, although nearly 20 cnl with each other, for has not Solo- it. Suits with similar results are will reasonable rates. Will also board Horses years havo elapsed, 87,077,247 has mon in all his glory said that "there constantly being brought in numerous by tho day or week. Wc aro also in not been presented for redemption. is a time for all things?" Well, even States under civil damage laws which Some of this is held as a curiosity. in the North a man's religion is not are substantially aliko in their proSome of it is still used by the banks always allowed to stand either in tho visions. In San Francisco a society And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a and merchants for transmitting small way of his pleasures or his business. has been formed to prosecute such liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. turns by mail. Several New York The black man has no right as yet to cases tree of charge. banks have considerable sums of now W III A. Respectfully, &. boast that he is ahead of tho white There seems to be a reaction in tho fractional currency, which thoy dis New York people in this regard. public mind in favor of the whipping tributo for the accommodation of their Herald. post for a certain class of offences. It customers. Jeitno Getting-- Fat aid Enjoy was abolished on account of the supAs to the coin, tho government do ino Life. Jumbo, the big elephant, posed diirnity of human nature, and rives a contiuernulo nrotit from it. is growing fat. He now weighs about now that the human nature of some Tho silver in 1,000 silver dollars costs AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. seven tons. He seems to be satisfied people has proven to be entirely withon an average, 8BUJ ib. lue coinago with this country. Bridgeport ozone out dignity the snap of the whip seems ot a silver dollar coats about one and a agrees with him; in fact he wouldn't to be about the only way to reach quarter cents. Tho total cost of 1,000 go back to the old sod if he could. He their sensitive part. silver dollars to tho government it, is very playful for one of his size, and therefore, 8810 25, Sinco the organ PILES! PILES! PILES! will stick his trunk down into the ization of tho mint, in 1792, 127,100.. DcihIho'm .trie Vlnroreru for Dr. pockets of all who come within reach 018 silver dollars have been coined, Filet t ndlol chin&e from lha old remrJlM Man that is married to woman is of with tho freedom of an old acquaint- heretofore In oje. The DUcotery li the mult of on which tho goverumeut has received InTnllgstlon many days and full of trouble. In the ance. He likes almost every thing, jcanorpitltntrcitnllficitudr and a profit of over 823,000,000. Desires lo call attention to the Large and Coniprehenslre Block of Into tne thunder of thlipilofal dlieue. To eon. lne joaclllt treat merit, call on Fenny A. McIn tho tame period 8122,758,510 morning be draws his salary, and in and in spite of all lectures and seror behold it is all goue. It mons to tho contrary, will chew to. AlUter, aStanford,box W. M. Weber, Mt. Vernon, GroccrleR, Frovinlons, ConfectioiicrlcB, Tobacco, C'lcnra, ale, Has coined iuto half dollars. At tho the evening, and f et aample Which he keeps always on hand. Hake a specialty ot Handling Goods at Wholesale on Small Profit'. free of rharge. bacco like an old sinner. Bridgeport same rate of cost for coinage the gov it a tale that is told; it vanisbeth and Bar. C. II. Marihall, formerly fuller ol fourth Goods dellrered wltkln town limits free of charge whither it goeth. He Standard. ernment profited S19,3G3,7C'J on these. no one knoweth rrtabytcrlan chutch, lodlinipolli, (aye ho has The action of tho English holders used Brown's Expectorant for years In his tamlly, Ttio total silver coiuago of tho govern riseth up, clothed in tho chilly garsals by Penny A ments of the night and seekcth tho of Virginia bonds in raitiqg money to always with good results. W.For Weber, Mt. Vernon. ment sinca 170.1 is 8347,700,702. M. McAllster, Stanford, and the profit on the halves, soiuuambulent paregoric wherewith to carry on still further proceedings J.T Morrlsin.ol Worlhlnglon, Ind., siyi oca quarters and subsidiary coius at too soothe the colickj bands of his infant against their repudiation only serves bottle ol Itrown's Expectorant worked Ilkeaehirm Is tame rate as on tho dollars, the total posterity, Ho. Ijecauieth as, , horse to show to what a depth of degrada In his family. HeForeonrlnced of A McAllster, sale by Penny or an ox and draweth the chariot of tion the Old Dominion has really Stanford, and W, M. Weber, Mt. Vernon. profit received by the government on -DEALEKS IK- He epondeth his shekels sunk. In spite of all the efforts of its silver coinage has been about 804,: his offspring. to cover Mahono and Biddleberger and their in tho purcbaso of fine linen 000,000. RICHMOND In tho coinago of tho five cont nick the bosom of his family, yet hirasolf is co laborers, the State is not able to esB&95LW.ike- - Bl'?A'r S'jS ,!itJl..1n? cape from the awful obloquy, and it is tf els the covernnfent reserved to itself xen, he is altogether safe to predict that it will lose during tho liberal profit of nearly 50 per cent. suspender. , the first decade after the final trt This gave to tho government last year wretched. In Rlehmond Ure and I hare the handsome revenuo ot over 8100,- "Oun" Money. Before the day umph of tho baleful idea, 810 for eve- complete recently openedand am prepareda to furnish laniog Mill, dollar that it has saved by a refu erery kind of 000 from nickels alone. Tho wide ot your marriogo buy a nice bureau; ry Philamargin between the intrinsic value" oU have a fine lover lock with two keys sal to pay its honest debts. BUILDERS' MATERIAL! tho five cent nickel and its face valuo put on one of tho little drawers. Havo delphia Times. Sever it taken to your chamber, and when led to extreme counterfeiting. One company manufacturing paper al years ago an assay was made of you conduct your wifo to that room, car wheels received during the month Haines, Flooring, Wcntlierboardlug, 4 the counterfeit nickels, and it was dis hand her ono of the keys and say to of February, just past, orders for Doom, NrhIi, BUiuIh, latins Salt, Iiimo, Cement, Fluid Soods, Plows and Farming covered that the counterfeiters hud her: "Iuto that drawer I shall put all wheels from various roads. The NhlnsIcH. Mouldings, Stair Implements. Call and soo tho genuine Hamilton Plow . put into their coins more valuablo our motioy. It is ours, not mine. It number received for tho samo month metal than the government uses iu you wish to know what we can aflord, last year by tho same firm was G67, al'C. HHJH, Now you may find out by opening that an making the genuine cqins. ODPEK.-A- of 233 per cent. At this "" can be at prices such as the share Yonc 8un. drawer. Go to it whenever you want rate it would seem that paper wheels As I sellIn Loulsrllle, Cincinnati, or articles wholeother Uoght sale houses, I am sure I csn mske it to youi ad- Thero was a company of gentlemeu money." You may be a wise man, are coming into general use. rentage o patronise now. ibbihohw ' also a practical engaged in a little game of poker in a you nay, bo what they call "smart as Sixty-fiv- e men were arrested in prominent gentlemen's parlor one k'btnlni'.vJbullvou will novermwiorn. Meniteo county for neglecting and ro yitel or smart as thisl-pnight lately. It grow lato, and fears another eat as and furnish fusing to work tho roads. They all And am prepared to kinds of designs work. cellulites scroll for buildings and til Our Homo Taper. were expressod by tho party that they in 25 cents each and emThai I am doing no small business, can be JuJg-e- d "chipped" from th fsrt that my bank account runs from were tresspassing upon tho kiudness of "My wife lost her purso with fif- ployed all the lawyers in Frenchburg II.8W to $1000 per week. done promptly and at the mistress of the house, who, by tho teen dollars in it to day," said a sad to assist to beat tho case, which was Contracting and building SAVJB AND DURABLE "iSJCiS? A"f,U CH.KTAF.-OKD-. Mt. Sterling Democrat. 'I way, was not present. "Not at all, looking 'man. 1' - done. la fret. the li no EnU that cWitt for Prl. Sliupllcllj-- . DuratUltj ml RalUbU Work, .It U not at all! Play as long gontlemon L'MHI WW !... fill.. ewaaiw "When going into town, or coining jutie, Tilt' Mtuut'ii When a man is dismissed from emas you please. I am Cm here!" said home?'' asked some body. ployment he always has a good deal tho master of tho mansion. "Yes, "When T Didn't I tell you she had to say against his late employers. A CUEORATED M.X PRINTING PRESSES geutlomau, play as long as you please," rnnn innnev iu it?" demanded the man in fact is like a gun. He makes CORN SHELLER8, a great noise when ho is discharged, -said BBilvery voice, and all rose ttsigad-loiikiuv XI man- - NAud everybody Boston Transcript. tho mistress of the house stood before knew when Iqj, it." KlovaitorM, Sjiwn, Senator Tabor Is a fair sample of them, "l'lay as loug as you please, Judgo Oivsley came here a strauger. the men tuo republican party sends to gontlemenl But, as it is nearly 1 o'c, Fccd.IffillM, When he, loft,here it was conceded ho the United States Senate. They comtho Czar is golrg to bed." And ho would ba a formidable .competitor for pare well, don't they, with Bayard, Hollidaysburg Standard. went. Lamar Pre.s.ses, the vote of the county. As he was Salisbury, Pendleton, Beck, is warming from rim leaving, one of hU euthuaitjticyouug and other democrats! Adair county The slandorer, the repeater of a to spindle on the railroad question. friends remarked, "Judge, when you Xmtlie.H, Am. Tho newly projected line between comeback we'll tie the blue ribbon on slander, and the dupe of the slanderer, aro placed by the law in the same Nashville and Cincinnati has been of- you'" Fans 'Citizen. category. The first is to be abhored. OWee aud nee oho of tho tlvalrahlo Call at Tko Interior Jem-Ha- l bridge fered rights ot way, cross-ties- , to be bath despised A i'ettit couuty, Mo., woman is the and the last two KuglHes, Iu operation. Hcwcmber every EhrIho and trestle timbers by the wholesalo, and pitied. of fiftesu girls, all living.-Wheban earguarHUteu. Ilea'dlt: and now sbo proposes to go down into mother We ssy to all purchasers that we (uaranue our Uookwalter Engines to be well and substantially An old adage says : "Hell is paved they all march Jioma from made: lobe safe, simple, durable and couplet In construction, to work well and (Ire the full Hier her buckskin wallet and stocking legs with good intentions," and its tho clslmed when properly attached and manafol . We make the abu guarantee, and sell on the fellow, church, Sunday nights, accompanied only place of which we ever heard !' lof conditions, lis will (It the purchaser the first SO days after the arriral of the toflne to . , It and plank down 825,000 in subscripa talr aoa saiisiaciory lnai; m rase ine engine nuaiocuuie up io our guarantee, .. m their beaux, the procession is pict- that is. Generally, paving is done ogluc, reluod erery dollar rewired on the tngloe, provided the purchaser returns the tngloetatls tions. Old Aduir boa beeu in days by are rreoTcrlnir vital atarolna, JnralHls neart railroad station, and teaiee It sublwt to our order by the close otsald SO nays' nisi. uresque and palpitating. with the intention of cheating the declare whograteful tci ma their apprecle. la Certainly no man could a k bra store liberal oiler and contra t, past somowhat somnolent in her enert,r,?,; ,jL,f;, t;t l Hon nfth. meriia s a tonic, of llotirtter's city. LOOK AT OUR PRICES: etomaeh Ulltrra Not only does It Imparl Senator John Sherman has recently gies, but the old lady seems to have trength to tho steak, Lut It also corrects Fower Koaine and Boiler..... .........-.....- - - J Id UO Poverty is hard, but debt it horri ....- - ....sin iricguur anil aiair oiiinc .luiu.tn, revivification acquit ed flesh. Once be was of the l'ower Loatne ana Doiur tramped on the goard of S43 00 prowr inirneis, -.. hie; a mau mlcbt as well' have a smo wakes the bowels act at I'oesr login and Boiler . M0O. from lilicu , ., .. nho lately and is exhibiting K'llors filter KJgto and ltoller.... up' proportions ot me up ot a ntiiiug ky bouso and scolding wife, which are Hlfeerasalo thosetroubles suffer conquer as and ana kidney on care at Borloatsld. Ohio. Vellteral matle rod;1 lie has'uo'wl grown aV stout' an said to be the two worst evils of our well as pretrutsferer and ague beforoday air that means business. For further Uforuutloo sod desert ptlr pamphlet, address the uasuCscturers, , For sale br all Drugjrlste and Dealer 93 tf JAM EN LErrSIi & CO., SprlagHeld, Okie. grncrally. life. the haudlo end. Spurgeoa. Glasgow Times. , main, pulling out tho others. When is timo to set them in tho garden, place the turnip with Its contents undisturbed in a holo deep enough to cover tho turnip two or threo inches' Setting out in this way thero is no cutting away of the roots and littlo need of water, as tho plant has not been in tho least disturbed especially if inured to tho air out of doors for a week or two before being set out in the garden. I have started tomatoes out so early that tho plants wore in blotsom several days before set oat, not being at all retarded thereby. Cu cumbers started in tho samo way, I havo bad iu bloom with tho samo re sult. Alter being put in the ground the turnip soon decays, furnishing a littlo food for tho plant. If the turnips aro to be kept' long in tho house beforo setting out, it will be well to put them in boxes, filling the inter stices with moss, sand or earth, kept moist, as too long oxposuro to tho hot air ofa warm place will cause tho tur nip to wilt, tho earth in which must be kept moist, whether the turnip is Country Gentlein or out ofa box. man. Mrs. Brown and her littlo daughter Edith, wero sitting in tho parlor, when a visitor Mrs. Spriggins, a freckle-fac- ed lady entered. During the usual salutations, and for some timo afterward, Iviith kept her eyes on tho visitor. "Why, Edith," exclaimed her mother at last, "it isn't polite to stare at n lady so," "Ob, don't mention it, Mrs, Brown," said Mrs. Spriggin; adding to Edith, "You like to look at me, don't you, dear?" Edith did not answer this She did not turn question, directly her eyes, however, and finally came the question, "Be you the tatooed la dy T" Mrs. Spriggins smiled as though she was biting somebody's head off, and said really she would have to go. Mrs. Brown declares that sho was never so mortified in all her born Boston Transcript. days. it A Oooii Thing tor Florida. Senator Bob Hart' t Changed Mode of Liting. is no longer the correct thing to "Senator Bob Hart," the negro go to Europe, Niagara or the West minstrel, used to bo a great fitVorito on a wedding tour. Tho only placo is in the West. His stump speeches Florida, Thero tho billing and coo- and his excruciating Latin were his ing sort of Jibes in with the balmy at- chief stock in trade, but they were mosphere, tho orange groves and enough to give him a better tncomo placid waters of tho South, and the than half tho professional men get. honeymoon is a moro comploto dream Well, a couplo of years ago, when ho than could possibly be the case amid was almost dead with delirium tretho piratical hackraen of Niagara, the mens, ho staggered into a revival rush of a trip to Europe or tho dan- meeting and was converted, and pince It WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S ..... H. C. RUPLEY, MEKCIIANT Stanford, Kentucky, M;??! al Feed g STIAIBXilEI! SHOP. Za-AJRZKTIE- let at THE OOA.X T. tka.xe;3 jstem.ei. Groceries, Provisions. &c, EH. G. BRIGHT,! St. Asaph Block, STANFORD, --- KY ltswonderfulcu-ratlrequalltli- a. A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- PLANING MILLS! Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, inl-reas- '' IHZOTTSIE BLOCK:. 1 ! ARCHITECT, THE l'OKTAltl.E ENGINE. 1 A an BOOKWALTER SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USB. H " g Wood Cotton Gins, Corn Mills, CrcanicrlcN, isUll Hay &lffES .... .- .I 4W STAWFOBD, KV. Tuesday Morning, - - March 20, 1883 W. I. In WALTON, EDITOR sere. One piece msde over 1 200 pounds just starling out, freshly painted, spar' and to the acre. pneumonia. Largest Slock of Watchri, rigging taut and shipshape, with no Mr. T. D. Chestnut sold Ms farm lyClocks, JcuelryA Mlvertrare v Mrs. Annie Robinson, of Meridian, sign of a coming conflict upon us. Per ing about five mile north west of town on Miss , is visiting her father, Mr. Roht. (lib- river liruiighl tntMsmstkft Pilres faer Ihta outcomlng Liverpool steamer the west fork of Sugar Creek, and adioln- with tho univcr haps some Kentucky, together WstfhM, t:irki snd Jewelry K. son TQAy pstrrd nn short mtirrsnd Warranted. vrfws'f Miss Jennie Sweeney, of Lancaster, Is may look curiously at us, In onr turn, ten Ing the Jenkins fsrra, to Mr Kobl. Collier, sally recognized weakness of the present days from this, as we inspected the Servia. for $30 per acre. here to act as bridesmaid at the administration, it is evident that The first thing I noticed shout our comeFarmers are at work In earnest. A nuptials. Judge O wiloy will have tho lcst opgreat deal of land for corn and hemp waa aged 70 and Miss Let ly vessel was the tlsg firing at our mastRobt. Graves, mako radical changes. portunity to tie Mou nee, a tender maiden of 44 years, head. A golden lion rampant, with the broken last week. In some plsces the His character, training, experience as ground. Gelds tint were sowed in wheit la.it tall, world In his paws, on a blood-rewete married last week. Thts lion a'ands on one leg; as much aa lo will be bmken up and planted In corn or n lawyer and judge and his freedom The mumps Is usually confined to the from those entanglements into which younger populatlon,butthe kind which pre- say, "I can hold It all in my grip and not sown In oats. In other places the wheat la ..laeflerleteteoBlrolef thelwl sml iuoh pilar line ol Airtctiltural Implements sod llo.uie ehlclee. and slso In order to enable hi lopiir. haw In such uuanlltlea ss tn obtain the larfMl vails here at present Is no respecter of sge half try. You should just see when I pot looking very well. a man who enters political lifo inevitrooms and lowest ralra of freight. I hate ratabllihrd branch Waro Kooiua ami Agents at If uilcnt die. IHe We would re(eal the call on His Demthat other foot down." It la a rampaging tanrnstrr and Richmond, and under Ibis arrangement, wa fcl sure w ran offer I he farmers or position. Judge Pettns Is suffering pret ably falls, serve to equip him admira exasperating king of beasts this British ocrat Committee for Garrard county, to ty severely with a case. Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. bly, first to gain the confidence ot tho Lion; but the emblem does not exaggermeet at th law office of Chairman K. II The jail, which has long been a I keep on hsn Is sl sll tlntre at my e rersl Wsre lUmms s large stock of iicople and then to servo them well as to the town and county, both In Its ate. England does hold the world and not Tomlinson, on next County Court day, It, bi which will be next Monday. Some imbeen the chief executive. He has outside appearance and its Infernal aarange-men- t, half try. And the world can't help Is portant points are to be looked after and a Is to he lorn down and a modern the world never so angry. For England pursuing the even tenor of his life as and full attendance of the Committee Is destructure, with jailer's residence attached, Eplualm, and America Is Manaaaeh, a faithful fearless judge, at times sired. after the style of the one In yonr town, Is although the latter is to be "a great nation among a peoplo who were not careful The large glass for the front of the also," "the Elder shall serve the younger" to tnke Its place. either to obey tho law or to respect for so it Is written in Scripture, and 'Scrip- new bank waa broken in shipping from "PRAISE THE LORD." tho judge who administered it. Thus ture cannot be broken. This royal device Cincinnati to this point. The Messrs. while his character was maturing he The following interesting letter is the meets one, on their ships of this line, at Miller had taken the precaution of having first installment of a series written by Rev. every turn. You see It at the botloni of the glass insured, and hence the loss will was entirely tree from the political $3,000. not fall so heavily on them. The tiling The jury who acquitted Dukes, the George O. Ilsrner, while nt sea, as the your soup plats; you find It lurking under door toils which have forged fetters stronger and white and black walnut counter spirit moved him. It wan mailed at your salmon trout of the second course; of than steel to destroy tbo freedom of murderer of Ciplain Nutt, In Uniontown, Eagland, Msrch 3d, and was course It is hidden by your slice of Eng- In the new bank are the curiosities of our Queenstown, those less fortunate. He has no ene- IV, were hissed when they appeared upon consequently 14 days getting here, hiving lish roat beef, in the third; and if you town. the streets, and were severely denounced Mr. Mitchell Burdetl lias given up ers mies to punish, no importunate place-hunt- In arrived on the 17th. don't wish lo see it again, do not eat your his position in the atore of It. II. liaison, a public meeting. to gratify. Ho possesses tho 8. S. "Pavoxia;" AiSea. Fun. 22 1, '82. pudding, nor lay bare the bot'om of the at Paint Lick, and gone to farming. Miss Fannie Dawson, of Adair county, died t composure of a judge, tho dignity of In an assignation house In LouisTllle, Fri- l)tar Inttrior the first day, of the first month, nuts and raisins. If you do, you will meet Anna II Vaughan, uf Danville, opened a On , a scholar and tho learning of a states- day. She had been ruined, it Is alleged, of the seventh yesr of our trangrl, I begin, the amiable monster ever balanced on spring school at the Mason teeth, ever em- four miles from town, on the Lexington man. He can go into tho offico un- and brought there by Joseph Wilkeison, of in the name of the LORD, llie "Foreign onj leg, ever showing his bracing the planet In bis paws. Will the pike, Mondsy morning. Miu Vaughan trammelled and ready to execute the Xeataville. Her death resulted from child- Correspondence," which will, I hope, prove Frenchman write "This world will not taught the public school at this e birth. as pleasant and profitable to all, as the laws without fear or favor for the best eventually bs Ruvlan, nor Germtn, nor file In the hilerior DeThere are on last fall, and gave such entlte satis"domestic." 1 will trust HIM for this. interest of n progressive people. For partment twelve thousand applications for Spanish, nor (alas!) French." How easily faction that the patrons wers very anxious UiiKRiCM, CarriHKC,rlirliiK U'iikoiih, Farm IVrroun, Leg WngeaiK, While at sea I will simply keep a jourand natutally this British Lion, rampant to have her teach again this spring. theso among many reasons Judge positions, every one of which is indorsed nal, "as best I can", which phrase includes Uwsley would make a Governor of by some influential name. The President a great deal just now, seeing the great assumes all thai! Paint Lick. Our ship is manned with Britishers exwhom the State would be proud. And is In receipt of about three hundred appli- ocean hath a way ot upsetting the "best Some of our industrious folks have clusively, and every thing is Intensely cations a day. lsid plans of men and mice." This morn now before- tbo din and 'dust of the msde their gardens In spite of Wiggins' The Mt. Sterling Sentinel announces ing we are all not only "glad we are alive," English. Very little flash in the appoint prophecy. contest obscures the qualities of the Judge Thos. F. Hargis a all solid elements of the steamer, but candidate for reQoincy Shumate and son have gone lo candidates, and while prejudice does election as judge of the Court of Appeals, but rejoice la the fact that we are two gance and substantial comfort. I bad square meals ahead of the Atlantic, whatTennessee on a buabiess trip. Sam VTsrnl-cu- t long since noticed this characteristic fealead us astray is the time to make and raya "there is a general feeliog with not ever the subsequent record may be. Our and Nath Shumate, returned home the profession throughout the State that he noble steamer is very steady and the sea is ture of the English life at home and Saturday evening, after a weeks absence on a decision. abroad. The table is plain for such a no be re chosen." business. smooth thus far that is, smooth for her, We believe now with the Coving- should ble vessel, but every thing good and well- A prominent cititen here, in talking for every once in a while There seems to be some doubt as to she draws a long Commonwealth that any fool can Is used ton about the presentation speeches, Tuesday breath, which reminds us steadily that we cooked. The Edison Electric light the accidental killing of Kb. Smith He figuro on the result of the Gubernaall over the ship, little coils of carbon in night, said: "Got. Blackburn' speech are landmen and not sailors. am a negro by the name of Louis Collier an exhausted glass receiver, the size of a torial race nnd elect his man in his would hare been good enonghhad anybody had been ofl together during the day and But I will go back to yesterday's doings mind. Not to be partial the Louis- else made it, but when be talks about up and bring all up squarely. I dropped a small orange. Sleeping arrangements ve were both drinking. It is said that they large and ele ry complete. bad quarreled, and the negro had taken ville Commercial gives tho result of the holding law and order, It sounds like a hasty note by the pilot off "Sandy Hook" gant, snowy sheets, clean blankets and frsud and a farce." LexingtonTranscrlpt. and the parting scenes deserve a fuller nohis pistol from him, and some say that the iUllrd Carta, ltrsrs, Mowers, Hay Kakta, Oram work of a Jones man, turned loose Prills llraadcsal Heclert, Mulker llarrews The Willard Lottery ticket holders tice. It was an oration our beloved friends spring mattresses. Washing and vomiting pistol belonged to (be negro. When they Plows, Walllog and Itldlsg t ullltsUrs, Cn Prills, Corn IMsatcfi. reed tutlere.Ck,rn8bell.r, ' lulk.r lar-e- ra" with a slate and pencil, which is that will get some of their money back. apparati complete and the latter fearfully had got near here they got into a scuffle Pollers, and many other Items It is gave us, and such a loving "send-offthat bandy, in fact inviting one to commence Jone3 will get 381 votes on the first said that some $10,000 has been deposited over the pistol. They were riding along we can never forget it. Pier 40, North before they are ready, which I for one, together, one witness sava the pistol waa ballot "to a dead moral certainty" In the Chancery Court by the commission River, lies a good way off from the business think officious if net impertinent. But fired as the negro got off uf the horse on is or twelve more than sufficient to nom- ers of the drawing, and that sura will be centre, but many business men, up to their the opposite side from Smith, and another distributed April 1, pro rata, to all ticket- - ears in work, tore themselves away (or a I mar change my mind when the time says Ihey fell off together and the pistol inate bim. Well, let the Knott and comes. fired while they were down, when Smith Jones men "cipher" all they want to, holders who present their tickets by that couple of hours in the very busiest part of We trust the dear LORD to keep us said, "I am shot." lime. the Owsley men will show them that The annual meeting of the atockhold- - the day, to see us ofl. Thoughtful love well, notwithstanding our "Old DominTru to her Trust o era of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad was sent 100 selected r lorida oranges to our ion" experience. Shall one of our failthey have been at work all Too much cm not be silj or the eter ttllhful two lounging chairs, with three ures, not His, be a reason for refusing to held at Richmond, Va , Thursday. The state-roowife add mother constantly watching sod earing fur tbey were doing so. report of President Huntington lor I8S2 elegant lap rugs, for the deck; three lovely trust Him again. "Nay verily." Butone her dear oun, nsrrr neglecting a elcgleduty lo Rhode Island republicans nom- shows: Grot earnings $3,334,977, increase knit, worsted shawls with hoods lo match; failure shall only make the next attempt a their behalf. When the are auslU-- d by disease, Tun inated Augustus O'Bourn for Gover- over previous year of nearly SG00,000; ope- and "last, not least," two immense baskets more decided one. We" are now 7 in party and tbssrstem ihoulJ hats a thorough cleansing, the stomach and bowels regulated. Mood purified, one good friend, Dr. Stoddard,coming on and malarial poison exterminated, she niuit know nor, and Ojcar J. Ratbbun for Lieut- rating expenses $2,302,449; an increase of of rarest flowers, costly, fragrant and of which will adorn the board at the eleventh hour, and joining it. lata sleo .rered loruimihr-rlrr- i and estimates of sll kiodeuf Engines, Saw Mills. Threshing Ma net earnings Sl.032,520; Increase beautiful, one that Electric Bitters are the oaly sun remedy. enant Governor. Speaking of Rhode end of the table where we eat, and the We bail the heavenly perfecting of that They are tbt best and puml medlelM Id lbs chines, May Tresses, Straw Slackers, Wind Mil a, Hers Towers, sod various other kinds ol.nachlaerr. Islaud electing governors, the Atlanta over previous year of $593,000. The ad- other a convenient stand between our aa another ol tbo sweet tnrags ine dear world and only cost flHy rente. Sold by fenny vantages of a deep water terminus at NewConttitution says: "If our readers can Tartles In want of snr gowlt In my line 'III When the steamer's LORD is doing for us. There is a sound A McAlltter. port News, are leferred to as being already two imagine one of the smaller counties in felt in greater degree than expected, and hoarse whistle gave the signal "visitors of ill omen in fact that our elegant ship is looae nothing by aee'ng nt before purtbutog KU ADTlUTISlams. LASl AST d Georgia, full of lactory the western extension and connections are ashore," all ceremony and formality van- on her 6th voyage, which is not a hravsnly operatives, controlled by two or three mentioned as resulting most beneficially to ished by common consent in a moment and number by any means. H. O. KAUrPMAN, Last nlgbt, before retiring, we all went capitalists, the whole going through the road. The '.radio of the road and the everybody kissed everybody. I generally A.TTOHNJ3Y A.t IA.'W, and very few women re- to the forecastle and took a view ol the do not kiss men, LANCASTER. KY. the farce of electing a governor, they financial a flairs of the company are in a serving such caressing in later years for tho waste of waters ahead from the very point Master Court. Will condition of Rhode most satisfactory condition. The old board children, not because I do not enjoy kiss- of the bow. It wasao glorious that we prattle Commissioner flarrard Ircolland adjoining can imagine the In all lb Courts of Oarrard of directors was, with one exception, re Island and the situation there." enjoring it. The wiud, counties and In lb Court of Appeals. ing as much now as ever, but that no oc lingered an hour, elected. casion may be given to such at "seek occa- though brisk, was desd aft, and the steamBOYLE COUNTY. Tun Tennessee Legislature having tsnaa tautMfVivt sion" against the gospel I preach. But er with engine and spread sail just kept decided to settle the State's indebtedDanrille. yesterday the rule waa relaxed or rather up with it. It waa therefore almost a calm IKaUiulioo Srlng Tooth Hstrow.J Mrs. Lucy A, Ball, wife of Samuel ness by repudiating 00 per ceut. of it swept away for the time "Greet all the on deck. We were well wrapped too, even Tausuar Iiiriitsiir, Ialsuaujl drain and tve.lt ot all kinds; also Orrica or ConnaoiLssor tut Ctastacr, and only paying 3 per cent, interest K. Bill, died last week, of pneumonia. brethren with a holy kiss," is the scripture had it been cooler. The great vessel steadWisiiuurox, M, ism. Itsy sod Wool. Mrs. Ball was a native of Lincoln county. 1 understood better yesterday than ever be- ily cleaving the waves, churning them unon tho remainder, an exchange says WllKtltlS, br aatlsfactorj evidence presented to der foot aa they rose against her; the sea was a Miss Jones before her marriage. fore. She Uo!lnAulky Tlow It seemed as natural then to embrace ahead a flood of molten silver, aa we steer- tbeun 'erelgni it nas oevn niaae to spior mat that Polk ought to bo allowed to comtbeCltlsens National Bank of Lancaster, In the It will interest physicians to learn those of my sex, as if I had been a born ed due lor the rising lull moon; all town of Lanratter, la tbo counlr of (iarrard and promise bis defalcation on the same that a death occurred In Danville this all Ksntuckr, baa German or Frenchman. Then they crowd- lights vanishing astern, that held us by a Stat of of the Itaelaed compiled with th the provisions United Statutes terms. Certainly a State ought not week from uremic coma, superinduced by ed the end of the pier and we stood on the feeble grasp to "the land of our love and Stales required tub compiled withorbefore so aball be authorised to cuuinicnce tbo to expect more than she gives, for mat tie napltr, a thick pustular eruption tern of the ship, until first faces vanished, longings," aa long as they were visible: the .Hi:i:. A WIIiMAMaV of banking. revolving light on Montank Point, the ex"with what measuro ye mete it shall covered the body and marked symptoms of then forms and then nothing but fluttering treme limit of Long Island, at last going Now, there ore, I, John J. Knox, Comptroller of Managers llutlonstlU Deist lb Currency, do hereby certify that thsCltUens blood intoxication were noted t white handkerchiels could bo identified. the way of all the real, and then nothing National Hank of Lancaster. In th toon of Lan- be measured to you." Htate ol Ken- the county olUarrard hours before death, At last wa turned to look around upon the but sea and sky. One of the forecastle oaster. InsuinoriMU 10 commenceand nuiiuesaoi It. UITI1KHN, The County Clerk has recorded an in glorious beauty of New York Harbor at its hands claimed the usual fee demanded tuciyss at provided In Pecttoa 9,169ins tbs llol.rd ia said that Governor Blackburn banking of who thus come to the bow of the 3alawawawrVtcSBV?iUBaK Manager Lancaster Depot; baa terious doubts -- about the guilt of strument ol writing which was the first of best. How good in the dear LORD to give from all The usual way la to come just be Statutes of tho United Slates, la testimony whereof. Witness tny batd snd vessel. Neal and Craft, which have been its kind ever presented at Ida office, viz: in such a day to take such a departure. It hind the victim a draw and chalk line on seal of ofllce IhtsSJd day of February. ISS1. JOIIft J. KNOX, A marriage contract between "cullud pulComptroller of lbs Curreucy. waa the closing day of the sixth year of deck, and then instantly accuse him ot strengthened by a letter from a friend No. 2,a. ii. tons," Thomas. Foreman and Sarah Kin-cii- work for HIM. The next morning would having crossed the disputed Iron tier, "ray et.flWS. in W. Va., and that he seriously Hsnsger Richmond Depot were the parties thereto. Tom, tho' brgin the Sabbatical year of aervice the vour footlnif" and "enlice the main brace' frn rUrUr.J are the sea phrases used the meaning of pardoning them, Wo dare a native Kentuskian, has been in Kansas heaxenlieit of the years thus spent; and it the first being evident enough; and the lathim. With all his boasted disregard for some time, growing up with the coun- was meet the closing day like life's close, ter sinnllyinit a drink of grog. The thing for public opinion, he durst not add try. Sarah was the widow of a deceased should be without a cloud and full of joy Was not new to me, but the whole affair waa rather stupid last night. Instead cf that straw to break the camel's back. patriot, and baa been drawing a pension of and peace. I need not attempt a descrip the typical "tar" rolling up on his atrad $8 per month on account of ber being tion of New York Bay. Those who have dling sea legs, shifting his quid and touchTub Louisville Democrat says that such a widow. This ceased on their mar- seen it in favorable circumstances would ing bis tarpaulin, this fellow looked sheepto a degree, as if Hancock will be the nominee of tbo riage which occurred Thursday, only exclaim, "how tame the picture," and ish and engaged in a bit of open robbery. liut we democratic party in 1884, in spito of those who have not, would have auch a did not object and got rid of him lor a MADISON CQUJtyT' faint conception of its loveliness thst it quarter, which he took and retired aa awkpoliticians, tho flesh and the devil. If Richmond, would almost be a caricature. But that wardly aa be came. The sight from the Brother Munuell keeps on at that rate The Central University has accepted sail over the rippling winter waters of the bow was worth SO quarters. "Light cornea he'll soon be put dowu as a "crank." the Library of Dr. Landis, and will, In from the Etat" and light we seek, do we Bay of New York, with stately steamer; ContUtlng ol Hancock is out of the question, for conformity to his request, publish in book graceful sailing ships; officious tugs; steam not? The mellow moonlight on the waters, aa we railed into that sea of radiform his work on Theology. more reasons than one. screaming around in searcli ol a ance, seemed to welcome and give us all CttllforBlH AprlcelH, s " 'P?wbB James W Shearer sold to Itobt. Boggs ing and asMaaMBaWMr'r'' rrJ6?y'.rKisf?MK s coming and going on North we wanted. Praise the LORD. Everyjob; IS Missouri has' a law which gives four sows and twenty-on- e bepigs for $150; 1 thing gives us a word of comfort aa we 1 Green Guru IMuwh, and East Rivers; pilot schooners, with great Mawaw-legislators only $1 per pay for law he' also sold to Ed. Cosby, a small lot of numbers on their white sails; the pierlesa gin our "round the world" voyage for JeMittr ToruHtocM, Is LOVK, and nothing else," sus. "God making after the limit of the Consti- atock hogs, average weight 128 lbs , at 7 East River suspension bridge In the dis- ia our about and song now. We aball m ornamentation, is cents. YHrmetitk Com, stand by that "until He comes." Emphatutional session aud the result is they One hundred and one guns will be tance, with gracefullest lines of beauty; unequalled. "nothing else." To put the Kenaetl'M PckcIich, tarry but a short time in extended fired at Itlchmond, March 22, In honor to Governor's Ialand,wlth forts and residences sis heavr on true God, in the place of only living and OP grounds; the heights of Staten the demon so successfully dethroned oy session. It is a capital law and ought the memory of Opt. James Estill, who and parade and golden with the Col. Ingersoll, that Is my wish and Plue Apple, by all means to be in force in Ken- fell In the disastrous battle of Little Moun- Island aa the LOUD shall give grace and setting sun; Coney Island aud Manhattan tain 101 years ago. NtrlHg JIchhi, tucky. light In coming days. No more time wastMrs. Klah Crook e, lelict of the late Beach, paradise of sea bathers; the Nar- ed tn defending an indefenaible God. The OysjtcrH, 'Ac. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Kiah Crook of tills county, died suddenly rows and Fort LsFayelte, dread name to lime past shall suffice for that Hencecollege of pharmacy for women has of paralysis at the residence of her many a poor Confederate prisoner; Sandy forth to plant both feet, where the heart A long haa been, upon "God Is LOVK and Mr. M. M. liar ber, In this ulsce, Hook and Its light houses; and then grand-ebeen estlblislied In Louisville., bending every energy to Alio, a lot of new Mackerel. Sugari of all, the oten Ocean, with crested nothing else," An old man named Dowall was shot TbursJay morning. She was eighty-twDrove il: living a life that shall demon waves rolling easily and gracefully,wlth no strate it: testifying the truth of It in seaand killed by Jamei Italnwater, nesr years of age. and Coffeti ia abundance, and Williamsburg, yesterdsy. It la said that the young men from Ml. sign visible of their awful power. Just as son and out; going to "Karths remotest Prices extremely Low, at tho the IJOKD'H Sterling, who have been running the Ska- the sun set, the full moon arose, a sight bounds" to tell At Omaha, Neb. Ctrvsr defeated 11 be forgetten. It really seemed as iirogramme as far as I know it. And to shooting match by ting Kink at this place for some two never to (tardus at a "grace shall be sullicient for to nlucty. months past drew their funds from bsnk, if the good LORD were sending His chil- - me," to do It with a single eye and un- "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," a s:ore of ninety-fou- r C, Farmers sud Tlowmeu, lltleo -- Oliver Chilled Metal will not corrode; tbs beailcst lust will reuot dreu off on their new mission laden with divided heart, I atand ready, saying were " business failures In the and jumped lite town, leaving quite a numThere lo a few uloute. TbsOllvsr last'enter Draft Tlow, barlug sloping laudslds, wblcb dus awywltb every thing of beauty and grandeur in "Here am I LOUD, send me." And hereUnited States and Canadt during the put ber of longing creditors behind, LANCABTKlt, KY. IhspreeaursfouudU straight landtids flows, tbs Oilier has hundreds of Imitators; uo manufactuThe Presbyterian Church wa dedica air, esrtb and sky that His LOVE and unto, this 'id of Fcbrusrr, "being well in week; 40 of thtui in the South. rer will Imitate sulnforUr Tlow The Olltsr has a record unparalleled lo tbs history of Tiows. Ysar body and sound Id mind," I set my hand & I'fau, whisky ted Sunday, by Dr J. W Pratt, iu a very Omnipotence could furnish. I doubt wheth Thefirinof Pblrman sslbbors will Ull jou to liU V TUB OUYElt, aud lake no other. and seal, Amen I and Amen I l'ralse the dealers, Cincinnati, have suspended. As learned sermon. Some five or six thou- er we shall ever behold a lovelier combi- LORD. Ever In Jesus. Tjorrlston- Geo. O. Bamim. sand dollars have been expended upon the nation of glories. sets, $900,000; liabilities, $425,000. ; 3 discusiitiff the Gubernatorial nucsllon tbo Ml. Sterling Democrat imji tlmt each of the threo gentlemen nipiring to the ofllce would likely miko a good executive, but viewing the circumstance and tho need of The negroeaTlt Washington propose to celebrate In grand elyle the annlvetsary of their emancipation which occurs April 10, Oby K. Owen, defaulting (filer of the third National Bank, of St. Loot, ha, been given eight year In the penitentiary. A fellow named Held has been to two years In the Ohio Frntten tlary for attempting to blackmail a married lady. r Hon. T. (1. Stuart will havo In tho race for K'prcsenlalWe of Clark, Ida only competitor for tho nomination having withdrawn. The Fenate of Tennessee has pawed the 60-- bill for the settlement of the Htate debt and the signature of the governor will make It a law. Out of 70 registered distilleries In the Lexington district only 27 are running, and all hut one of these are running to only half rapacity. The total cost of the Neil and Craft trials at Orayson Is now placed at $22,000. The par rolls of the State troops in attend ance foots up $15,707 41. A bill has been Introduced In the Pennsylvania Legislature to make the cremation of the human body a felony, punlsha-bl- e by a fine of $1,000 and Imprisonment. Albert U. Wyman, Assistant Treasurer, Ins been promoted to be Treasurer, vice Gilfillan resigned. He formerly held the position, resigning In 1877, owing to ill health. II. R. Holdsworth, Cashier of the bank of lfotopp A Holdsworth, Elizabeth-town- , Ky., disappeared last Saturday. The amount of his defalcation is estimated at walk-ove- As we silled onl, the "flervla," Canard building, and It Is now one of the hand steamer, came In. We passed quit near somest church edifices In the State. The Kentucky Central folks have her, the passengers cheeriag vigorously turned over the rnanacement of the Rich with waving hats and handkerchiefs The nond Branch to Mr. Jss. I, McKlnney, good steamer had evidently had a regular ttliohssbern Agent for a number of yeais "set too" with old ocean In a rage. Her at the Richmond Depot. Mr. McKlnney forward bridge was missing and one of her Is n thorough rallrosd msn and the K, C two huge smokestacks was almost doubled can feel satisfied that their Interests are en' lip, perhaps smitten by the demolished bridge as it swept overboard. Sides looked Register. tlrely safe In his hands. rusty and weather beaten also.but the good PULASKI COUNTY. ship steamed bravely on Into port, only Somerset. glsd her voysge was safely at an end. It -- Silas Denham hss been declared Insane. was a lesson for us to ponder, who were Dr J. M. Perkins Is seriously III with Garrard County DEPARTMBHT nOIIT. It. WEHT, Editor. LANCASTER. Wmmj A JK'iUtgtar PHARMACISTS CS-?-- The protracted meeting at the Preeby terlsn Church will continue through thts week. Dr. McKee will still conduct the services. Messrs. Jas. and Al. Bnrnslde have about finished breaking their Isrge crop of hemp, which averaged 1,000 pounds la the A fc-"w-s- VU,fc aVjift m vsT rirr. V7. r eTf . I' j ?NA ym$I0c' - "j DrngB, mv w- MULHI IK- - .. Mrctf and Fancy Artiolea. i Books, Stationery .' X tsv. i iV .. " ". . rhysfrlani' prrsrilptlnm aeturatrly romrmindsd. S j iiw iTf.jKiiNJ'i mfisZcrwi Tiijk ATTEWN, ihslit Patton-Rich.inls- FftBMERS! die-gra- school-bouse- school-hous- Slats-room- s RK5S5awiPlBp. " the--tim- state-room- half-starve- C Citizens National Bank. , Kl, GEORGE D. WEAREltf, Stanford 1 bust-ne- forty-eigh- - It VaiLoT XSHiSeHPPv HBHBtVIBPflaT 125-I- .vi;akk., JUST RECEIVED! ' One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, ani?rtKli'J55aWwawactv Eli IEWE& I desire to call your special attention to the ferry-boat- rTfrrwtyftsa J I aaW Willi Maji fjz.$gftK M which for utility, durability, perfection in operation, taste JFIE5IjiID! "THE. TZLTTSTGr pur-nos- e, THE! at o clay-pige- --- SSii' GEO.D.BUKDETT&CO., W. H. HIGGINS. 3L rRortMMO'AI, II. K . bly lo remain In the West. Mn. Good PnoiAL.Mn W. T. Broo, of JUDGE W. O. 1IA.VHFOKD will atay with relations her during the Paris, I visiting her parent at this place. Is a candidal for th democratic nomination for T. vr. vaairo. Tfattaca c. vaairoiv. te TnE combined plow and harrow for absence of her husband. Mra, Clay Kauff-man- , Mr. J. T, Adams, of Garrard, wis here Ksprtsentativ ia id mil Legislator. Am. kind of wed Irlxli potatoes and onT. W. 4W11 VAKNON, r. of Lancaster, I htrt on a visit. Dr. Sunday. Mevn. N M. Shumate and Sim gardens, at W. II HlggW is unequalled. ion selsalOwslev A Hon'. r A.T , JUDGE T. HILL, JR., aim ... . Brown I a happy a a lot of Warnacut, two dashing young gentlemen RTANFOtlD, KY Tuesday Morning, QcArtANTKEp the beat patent flour In Offic In Owsley AMon 'a new balldlng-- np March 20,1883 I'lrnc home Brown teed potatoes COcta, stairs. Sunflowers. II ha procured the life and from Paint Lick, were here Saturday. Two Is rsndldst fortoRrprraeotaUvs In lbs nxt Leg Islsture, subject per bushel at II.O.HrlglitV town, the "Ladle Fvorite,'" sold only by lb stllon ol lbs demoersey. adventure o( Peck' Bad Bo, complete of our young ladle are looking "tad and I ATTOIINMV AKY, XsAW. II. 0. Ilrlght. S N, LOCAL TIME CURD. STANFORD, in one volume, with pictures to match, lonely" since they left. J. II. Otter and Hr.r.it Vtu and lleana In bulk, and onion N. MUIII'HY 'NUUIItK Will DraMIr In th rv,..,a .e llnMvtn .a ..,. Lost, on Thurepay night last, between and introduced it Into the literature of hi Jack Adams, Jr, are in Louisville. Prof. (s NariMioonl t'engtr passes Stanford at .SOjt. m. aeta at Unite, Warren A (V. joining rountle sod th ruperior Court and Court a candidate!! represent Lincoln county In ths 'appeals spscial fcuiMunJ my house and the MellitVllst church, a fur Sunday School. " toor, x The thanks ol your W. O. Grlnstead, of Boyle coudty, haa been next Legislature, subject to tbe setlon of lbs Df wuira mb .urMier attention given tocolltetlens. 113 .irei I ItKMEMDKR every sack of "Lad lea Fa cape The finder will please return it and crll are due to some level headed gentle appointed assistant in the Preparatory De- mocracy. ALEX. ANDEItOON, LOCAL NOTICCS. vorite" sold on a guarantee. If. C. Bright IInln,-- s ohllie. Mr Ixlllle man who caused a nice hat to be placed partment of Centre College. This was an js.rv xa,-v- , flOTO- J Hur 1'ainth of Penny A McAllster. DANVILLE. KY.. appointment worthily bestowed. Aa an Fum. and complete lino of Furniture at Tii'e first report cf Iho Citizen National on the venerable head of the latter. rV.n- -- f Will nr.tl.. 1m lu.l. ...a ..H.I.I.. Fmtixd T.ckl t Mcltousrti A Sum. 11. K. Wearen'. I'rlcea down Dr. Hays who ha accepted a call lo a educator, Mr. Grinttead belong to the first to rock bot Iianknf Lancaster appear In this issue, counties snd In ths Court of Appeals. cation at 8J cent it D. tom. Preabvterian Church at Qulncy, III., rank. He Is also a gentleman in the strict JIwt FOttand considering it had been In operation JVIIM v Ttitfpvr M Fob Salic Three handsome residence hut a little over two week, It li an admlr preached hi closing sermon at this place est sense of the term, Judge Pulliam and Herr rallcot nt 6 and 0 cent at I) Ojsler, Ice Cream, LlgliMlrrftil, Cnkes KI.m'. Will sell very cheap. Stanford, Dec. 25, able one. Caahler J. P. Bandifergeli ahead 011 Sunday. The Doctor has won great Capt. Magnard, of tbe K. C. R. It , were In il.fl lain BtrMl. two door t of all kinds or n Nqnnre Meal. laNDnirrii' Garden Heed nt Mcltobcrla S2. W. Craig. from both section of this divided town 8undav. of onr institution here, which will not re- praise .V Bttgi. roreNltroni )xl. (Im Jraln!itr. whtn people Although connected with the north Judgt H ant ford Wanttd lor Staii Sinator. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Nw t(Hk of Je weir nml Silverware at A OENTLKMAM Just from Wllllannburg port till Friday branch of the Church his services were Ky. -1'ennj A McAllster'. lell us that there are fourteen new caseiof It I said that n Pantomlne Company highly appreciated by the Southern mem- Hon. 11'. O Hawjari, Crab Orchard, Lincoln Because your house, or your gooils, or your live LANDnmi'ii Garden Heeds, in bulk mil enull-poThe undersigned democrats of there and In the vicinity. Seven cleaned out n crowd cf fellow nt McKin-ne- y bers. At his suggestion a congregational College, stock, or your other properly hsve r !en burnt In pap", at l'ennjr A McAllsterV death have occurred from it. the other night, giving some of them meeting had been called to organlis imme- county, some of whom are your supporters or Injured by fir or llsbtnlnjf, Is no gusrsnty thst W'ATCHm, Clock and Jewelry repaired in the contest in which you are now en- thtycROTbe. Don't you tbtnk, tben, Ihst II STANIOni), would I in secure Indemnity In nd warranted by I'enny A McAllattr. Farmer -- The Shearing Chair ha been very black eye. If Ihey have given their diately after tbe sermon. A free inter gaged, and some of whom sre not, belheve such loss orprudent should occur T I ofler you ran dsmsge tbls wives nr other excuse fur aild blackness, change of opinion developed the fact that at Ihe lowest rates obtainable In sny flrsUclsts FuLMtockofFmliinicTacklenfallklnda In lie six year and the thousands of sheep that Lincoln county Is entitled to tbe re Compsny, I represent seven snd yon may With a Full Corps of Teachers, can now be found at I'enn A McAlister's. men who have used It say It work com- this Is to Inform those long suffering crca there Is no serious difficulty a to the ecmalnJer of the present Senatorial term lake your choice. 9Mm JMs, M. Vxcatnr. I'otNTnDauble Din, 25crnl; pletely All our best farmers say It I tures that they have deceived Ihctn. clesiastical connection of any minister who This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Pesslon which is now vacant. They believe that ingle din, 10 rent cacli bent by mail on onlhe2J Monday In September neat. may be available. Both parties declared what ha been long desired and that It will MARRIAGES. other counties of this district, on proper .TON. 8KVEI-AiV- E, receipt uf price. McKoberl A Htagg. their willingness to unite in sustaining any pay any man who ha a dnren sheep. Those reflection, will concede tbi much to be Late of Chenault, Beveranre A Co., Btanlord, Ky., ALL TnE BIUNCIIFJi OF A Mr. J. D nM)ige, the proprietor of man agreed upon, without reference to hia with large flock buy from two to six. PERSONAL. with theCloverport Xeici, decided recently that party bearings. A meeting of both seg- true. Lincoln is not demanding two suc1 ISI.H THOaOUGHENOUSHCQUnSE r, CO.. Mr. J. F. Wam.iw, of Itockcaalle, la M. TmtSuperlor Court ha affirmed the de- It wia not well for man to live alone, and ments ol the congregation at tbe church' is cessive terms; only that she may have the in town. Ar taught, aa well aa cision of the Lincoln Circuit Court In the acting upon this decision, led Misi Mollis called for next Sunday, the 25th, at 11 privilege ol completing the one to which Importers and Jobber of Dry floods. Notions, Ac, I). Kijibi, Kq , has gone to IaiiiiV 657, 639, S41 Main Btreet, Cor. Sixth, esse of Philip va. Owsley. The amount Ditto, a charming young lady of Dranden o'clock, when it ia hoped this vexed ques ahe la now entitled. You have hitherto MUBIC. THE LANOUAOE8. llitAV,'. villi and Cincinnati fur goods. - - - KY. represented this county twice in the House INO AND PAINTING. Involved I some ff.OOO.whlch it wa alleged burg, Ky., to the hymenlal altar last week. tion will be harmoniously adjusted. It I of representative with fidelity and ahilly, L.OTJIMVIIaE, Mr. (J no. H. llKUcr. ltd Itat night fur Owsley owed on a note, which he (O.) The congratulation of th Inferior Joururged that all who feel any Interest in tbe Cincinnati to buy spring good. Blue-Graclaimed wa a forgery. The case ha twice nal are heartily extended to the happr existence of the church at Huatonvlllc, and believing you to be entitled to promo- Valuable Mil Jame Or.Hti.tY, representing 11. been tion, both by service and merit, we feel pair. to the higher com Li and the costs In In Tuition, prices range from I2S to 150 in lb MA.X-I- 3: will be present. This is a historic church, L. folk A (Va State Uautttrr la In town, it amount to a we have the tight to demand of you that rraulsr Denartmenla. Primary. !2; lnirmll.i very large turn. RELIGIOUS. of a departed age. one of the I onir for ul tor Farm of 10S Arrett situs-le- d 130; Freparatojj, $40, and Collegiate, (CO. letting name and advertisement for hi you ahall retire from this conteat and conon lha Btanlord Crab Or near Walnut Ella Elbert Is dead. Lei than three Let it not be obliterated. In connection sent lo become a candidate for the Senate, chard turnpike, 3 Hit. trout Man font. A About 40 book. Wr. publish in this issue a numerously mite For full particulars, as to Boara, 4c. sddrrsr with religious subject, and not entirely Mb. John I'iuri.. of London, Acre in cuiuvsiion; nsianc in ansa uooii spring igned call on Hon W. O, Hansford, to weeka ago ahe was cured by prayer of a WKfs. H. V. THI K.IIKAKT. Prlnrlmi, In which event we pledge you the hearty ntsntr eood timber snd well adsnted to stock: In Alanfbrd. Lincoln Co.. Ki. and publisher, u hers Friday, return lllnes. I'hlladel. Times. disconnected with the tenor of legal en- and unanimous support of your native good neighborhood. Will sell t a bargain the retire froui hi candidacy for the House of above tract of land and give poswsslon at any time. inic from a tIiIi to hi frienda at I'alnt Iteprewr.tatives and become The Interior Journal ha not yet actments it may be stated confidentially, count?: For further particulars. Inquire of J, II. Owsley, a candidate e)taifard. Ky,, or write to me st Davllla. Milan Is one nuisence prevalent here B. F Eubank. W B. McRoberta, Idea. for the Senate. We hare no means of rrceired it Kuropean letter from Brother that there E county, Texas. jr. JlKXltV t'lHll. Mum. Joiik Metcalk, of Nicholas-flllJ. S. Owsley, Il.irnes. People here are looking for it which is rapidly increasing and disgust- W. W. Owsley, Jr., knowing whether Mr. Hansford will acT. Richards, Shanks, who ha been on a viIt to the fauil ingly offensive, especially on Sunday, I S. II. Edml-toYeoman. We have one at cede to the solicitation or not, but should with Interest D. D S.P.Stagg, ly of Mr. Jobn Drlglit, returned home allude to the large collections of negroes 8. 8. Myers, be Deconie a member of the Senate of Ken- last, Praise the Lord. W.8.Hocker, Sunday. Richard Walter, The Rtgitttr sayi that the baptistery at certain localities, literally and effective- John W. Rout, tucky, it fa hut fair to say that his legislaC. McRoherts, Mr?as Uroiuie Dennv, Jn, Will-la- tive exjierieiire and ly blockading the sidewalks, and making J. W. Hayden, special tact for legisla- in the new liaptlst church at Kichmond is A. It Penny, The One imported Norman Stallion, will make lb J. R. Russell, Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. . Herndon and L.F Hubble, of (larrard, tive business to be supplied with hot and cold water. the air blue with profanity, and naaseous season of 18H at I be stable of J. M. Wrsy, at "Pink will prove an acquisition to Geo. W Rifle, Geo. McAlister, Cottage," 1V miles Irom Stanford, wer the onlrlawjer from another county, I That's business. nothing like with obscenity. The approach of a pas- E. II, Burnside, There James B. Owens, that body. The only line running that honored our Court yesterday, s J. E. Bruce, senger, whether man, woman or G. W. Bronaugh, tempering the water to the shorn sinner. 915 SEASON, FULL-IA- N Woman Shot Two I'inkertonaand two NEW SLEEPING CABS Bright, John J. Hon. Thou. II. Cohort, of I'aducab, only to stimulate these offenders J. It. Paxton, P. 8. Hughes, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. against decency to more vigorous blasphe- J. Blsin, la here Retting acquainted with our people. Moore, Jerome and his brother, went to a Carpenter, J. N Menefee, a few mile from Crab John Land sold to Farris A Ramsey 8 my and more sickening blackguardism. I G.SW. Brown, 933 TO I.VSCUE A COLT I He la a well qualified man and having no. house of E. J. P Bailey, Orchard, and shot around in a promiscu- ahoats, 107 lbs , at 0 haye a few of the moat daring in my eye. J. 8. Pennybacker, connection with the late iroublea in the centi. Champo Is a dark gray. 17 hands blub, weighs F. M. Yowell, ous manner. One woman wa wounded 1.61 rounds and la 3 Tears old th 29th of Mar raoM W J. Daugberty, The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills Let them be careful. John F. IUid, land Office, haa a fair chance to be the next. II la of fin style and action, good In th snd a warrant was sworn out against the want to buy D. R Carpenter, M. Pevton, loins, well ribbed aod large body, with what and corn. next lteglster. JLonlHTiUc, Ciiiciti lint 1 ami I.ex-IiikioMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. snouiders; bead and neck well set on. lie waa In A. B Bastin, A. H. Bastin, party, but when Marshal W. T. Saunders, W. L. A L L. Dawson sold to Thomas Iiy., ported oyu. w, Btubbineia AUO., s. incoming, Sam. II. BunJttt. Editor. Tho. W. Varnon, W.G.Welch, LOCAL HATTERS. of Crab Orchard, went to their houses on Robinson a cow and calf for ton. 111., September 14, Mil Wm. Clymer, m-t- l J. R. McClary. Mr. J. E. Vowels' new building is WRAT WAKEFIELD. Sunday, he found none of them at home. D. Nickol, of Simpson county, sold 32 Geo. G Boone, Wm. Burton, Tnr the Lidle- - Favorite . approaching completion. Their arreat, however, ia but a question nf mules of his own raising at $180 per head W.F Abraham, John Buchanan, Several persons celebrated St. Patrick's J. J. Moberly, L. Underwood, Floweh Stew at W. T. Green'. Connecting In same depot with (kit Iralna lor time, aa Mr. Saunders generally docs what Mike Elkin bought of Fisher Gaina day here by getting hopelessly drunk. John II. West, Wm. Logan, he starts out to do. one of the best fat cows sold lately at 6 Wesley Rout, Great Western cotton at8j cent at I). Tbe farmers are pushing things pre John M. Baker, llavlng concluded to remove to Texas, I oler for Klas'. Murder. Sunday afternoon, Howard cent. O. A. Lackey, J P. Land, sale my Splendid pair of mare mule from 1CJ paratory to putting in their crop during J. II. Miller, Robt. McAlister, Nortukkm, btack and white rial, at W. Dudley, who had been at out with Doiph to 17 h.nda high for tale. A. O. Chenaull the good weather. ItC.eldCllCe aV BllslfJCttS IIOU843, The Direct Bonte toLynchburg, Dan D. Miller, J S Hughe. lliiley, another negro, met him in the ville, NorfolK, II Hlln.'. Sunday was a gloriou dsy and inspired Clifton Fowler, Com blned In one, (Ituated In tbe town of Crab OrWm. Stepp Elkin, Millidgeville, Ky. chard, Ky., on Lancaster street. The building la mid near Hanging Fork bridge and sccus Hugh Burns, the hope that, at last, "spring time is 00m-in- F Hollzclaw, two and stories high, 83x20 feet and con. D. C Terhune bought of Jno. L. IIaxiksome line of carpeta Just received el him of threatening his life Ilailey ad J. B Read, J M Dudderar, Is 20x40, All Virginia tains In all eight rooms, lha and North Carolina gentle Annie." by Edmiston A Owtley. 25 2 year-olmule--, paying $2,503 for with counters and shelving nlcelyand properly arE. D Kennedy, Uivid Hcott, milled llm threat when Dudler caught Points. - S. li ranged, with all the outbuildings necessary to conAnother beer saloon was opened last Wm. Foster, Harrodeburg Enterprise. the lot. John C. Hill, venience and th taste ol the most fastidious, and applr to For tickets and further information A I.AROEand costrLrrr assortment of up a rock, demanded a retraction and startweek There' no excuse for your being J M.Elmore, W. W Elkin, an abundance of pure water for drinking and yournea.-ea- t At I'wing'a sale of cattle mar Louisticket office, or addresa ed for Ilailey. Ry this time the latter had (larden Seeds nt Ilrucr, Warren A Cj'a household puiposes, beautiful shade aod fruit trees Wm. M. Lackey, M F.EIkln, dry in Mt. Vernon now. average of $231 adorning and beautifying the entire piemlies, all V. KRNST, J A MIX Western Agent, a pistol out and a Dudley advanced he ville, registered sold at an W.B Peany, in a good and healthy condition. Any one desirThe moon having been wrong, nobody Dr HuEliReid, Uenl. Fanciest line of lire collara ever re- fired at him, the ball per head and unregistered at $51.35. W II. Dudderar, W. K. Jennings, ing cheapyet valuabln residence, among a clevtaking effect in hi 340 W. Mnln Nt Louisville, Ky. in this county ha planted potatoes yet. It prosperous people, would do well to rail er and ceived in Stanlord.at E ImlttonA Owsley'. Clark couutv farmer are preparing to J T Helm. eye and killing him Instantly. ISalley and examine tbe pieuiises be lore purchasing V. FOLI.KH. II. Uen'l I'ass'r Ag' . C.W. SMITH, plants larger acreage in corn and tobacco is gratifying to know that the moon will be Stanford, March 19, 1883. Terms reasonable, Otb'l Manager, lien took to hi heel and ha to far elu New and old varlelleaof Heed Irish fi-- tf JOHN V. NTRODE. all right some time this week. Kichmond, Virginia Buck ten's Arnica Salre. He ha hi firt and sec tin year than in aur year know since the from Michigan, at ltruce, Warren A del arret t. Mr. Isaac Stuart, just returned from war ond fingera cut ofl and ctn therefore be Co'. Thelxit salve Id the world for Cuts, llrotsrs, John Bright bought ol G. C. Duncan the Barbnurville court, sits that Knox ' " rr' r1r"TBsssy goies. Ulcers, 8alt Rheum, Fever bores, Tetter, saaaaswisay4--,1) Klam will .ell all hi clothing at cot easily lecoitnited. Dudley, the man killed A Bro., of Wayne, 11 head of mountain Whltler, Lvirel and Clay will instruct sol ChsppeJ Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin T I M bore a btd reputation anil fjmiuia devil ewjr5 t cattle at $30 35 prrliead, equal to a little idly for Judge Owsler for Governor and btlnw, in order to make room for hia Eruptions, snd positively cures piles. II is went wa shot in Hie other eye a few yeare over 4 cent. to sirs entire satisfaction or money refund stork spring The school taught by Mis Little Hop- A ngo by Mr Dsvid Swope. Florida hshiped over 60,000 quart per, i nourishing. The attendance in ed. I'rlceJlcenlsper hoi. For sal by Tennr I'r.HON wLhinit tu ee Dr. I'. W, IOksii McAlliter STANFORD, KY., of strawherrie this seatou. The first creased so much that' the service of an asArriMi'TLti lUrs A married man will fli.d him at lit residence, Mainrji, A Central Stampede. FriSVilLrP& rMSHyiLtERrny namrd Jame Morgan, went to (he house brought, wholesale, $2 25er quart; now sistant teacher became necessary, Min Stanford, Ky. Drug Never was such a rush made for any Dealer lu Nannie Hopper is the assistant. A McAllster's for a Trial Mrs, Singleton, who live near the (lir-rar- d they bring $1. THE CREAT Store aa Is now at I'enny J. W. IlAYtiex haa received a nice new of At a sain in Shelby county 42 ewe The railroad company seems to have Iiottle of Dr. KIdk's New Discovery for Consumpline, a few night ago and after malot of Spring Clothing. Hkdn't you better tion, Coughs snd Colds. All persons afflicted with king indecent proposal to lirr which ahe with lamb brought $505 per head; 22 considerable trouble with their section fore Coughs, go and get a bargain of him 7 cattle, $17; 7 work mules man at this place. Purcell, who succeeded Asthma, Bronchitis, Uoarstness, Sever can get indignantly resented, attempted to carry head or any affection of tbe Throat and Lungs, from $70 to $141. discharged a few weeks ago, waa a Trtsl Bottle of this great remedy free, by calllog McCarthv, There wai a g od crowd at the Hink hi purpewe by force. Fortunately, ust at QUEENSWARE, The Shearing Chair i worth more in himself discharged on Saturday. at above Drug Store. Friday night and every body seemed to that time a little son of the aoman arrived On Thursday, 15th Inst., at her res! have a good time. Open again next Fri- and securing an old musket, he came to his proportion to cost than a mower or horse-rakCan shear twice aa fast, get more dence near Richmond, Ky , Mr SEW IDVKRTJSESKSTS. Sarah day night. mother's assistance, and she, with an old wool and not hurt the sheep, a in tying or Crook died suddenly of paralysis She waa JlniNil u your feathers, hide, tallow, sabre snd he witti the gun, succeeded In holding See the mother of C Crooke and W. P Crooke. wool, Ac. We buy al kind of country running liim ofl It I' said Morgan was of Pine Hill, a most estimable lady and a intoxicated at the lime, but aa he bears a LINCOLN COUNTT. produce and pay the hUhest market price Will be permitted to serve devout Christian. very bid character that ought to Increaaa ten or fifteen approved in ca-- h or trade. II C Bright. 12J-Preachcntillo. Wllhout Change and with Speed Unrivaled Mr F L Thompson wishes to start to mares at my stable 4 miles Instrad of modifying the offense Mrs. from Stanford on lb Knob The mail from Crab Orchard to the city in a few days to buy spring gocd Call and oee the Hartford Hewing Ma- Singleton swore out a writ against the Lick pike at SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE ,. chine, lira machinerr, higher and longer lrberous rascal, but when the officer went Preachersville will be daily after the 20th He therefore requests nil persons Indebted 1EOU LOCISVILLS TO Till $10 to Insure a to him to come and pay him by Saturday arm, finer finish, lighter running, tnskes to arrest him lie found that he had skipped of April. The new pump for the Church well lee noiae than any machine on the mstket. Colt. out, prnbibly to hia former home in I!tt ha been purchased and will soon be put next He nerds the money and must have it before making hia spring purchases. If I'. Hamton With out It will not be so good for him flennessx. - Yin. nPllTfini.'P PULLMAN CARS Nsahtllle. elisors to McniDhls. into the well. you owe him, go pay him. . dell will l S J tar. iwntb20tliof Miy. IS bandi old Asotjieii oprn air Concert Co. la on the when I e U ought, if what we learn of his LHtl Bock, Montgooier Atlanta feavannab. -- Mr J M HoltKl-nnrl rill and 15. Y. Hohba masta rtil .ttk Sickndu Nearly every body in and a.u Jacksonville Mobile, aud 'w Orltsna. EJ. H. BURNSIDE, road, ald to rival the Witvd Oil men outrageous conduct is half true. gain ceo. bone. are in Virginia snd will be home the first of around thia place ha been sick within the roakawbtafullr developed ft uu IL aWaIi l, k They arenuw in lMatbelhlown,wlire they BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA April, with a lot of cattle for the spring past two week. At present, John W Telrnih. (who wai a brother - to fctbta Allen to the aUxnce Circuit Court In Palace Cars Without Changs. jjioc-- l ana gtocKDriuffft iniei:. vj um ui-are to much appreciated that they had to - sShsraiD iDtl ha This Old Well - Known r ital.livis-ii.-- . Vi h of Judge Owsley, who will arrive Wednes- market. Brown, Wm. Pointer snd Robert Joplin alfltTl give a performance in the Hall They ad l. si....l.lt..l I .sin llnrirsn Maintains SHORT LINE TO THE EAST We had an excellent sermon from Rev. are down with the measles; D. C. Pointer day, Col T. W. Varoon waa elected Special by Boyd McNary, Jr i U dam br Whlppj Id dam Frosa Louisville In Palace Carswltboutchang vertie Shamrock Oil. High hub wwih" irsvv iiuun , .m Judge, and ths spring term o( the Ljncoln Jno. M Bruce, on the 18th iost. Will he haa pheumonia, and several others are re oy waxy Woodford county and i, . unknown ped ol the Seeklne homes tsTAnLR Uuhned Friday afternoon the Circuit Court was inaugurated at 10 A M, not favor u Dglfn? The Sabbath School ported ailing. The doctor are all in good mars from but I will te ab'e to get It In a short CIIIPDAUTCO line ol this readen will AND Isre now EITllUnnil I time wife ol Mr Hen King, cm preparing for yeaterday. The CimmonwealthV Attorney, will refp-attain the firrt of April. The spirits. rccsiv special low rates. Stanford, Ky. Ul-:R. II CHOW, rates, Iti Proprietor it Determined that fie orAgents of C. Cooipsnr for P. routes this I lie following list 01 marriage licenses gardening eel tire to some atalka and other H. C. Warren, delivered a comprehensive I prayer meeting each Sabbath afternoon at A. writ 4e.. P. ATM0RE, G. it Shall be Second to no Country issued during the present month i furnish i) traaK that had accumulated, forgetting that charge to the following gentlemen .t o'clock, r. M. Ia progressing nicely. Louisville. Kr. Hotel in the State in itt Fare, REPOBT OF THE CONDITION cotnpoa by J W. Miller, deputy County Court We are glad to give you item from ed Appointments, or Attena bri-- k wind waa blowing at the time. Unthe OFTUE tion to Comfort of fortunately it blew URAMD jury. the direction of the our village again. Enterprising mer- Clerk: J V, Adams to Carrie Houk; J V. their Queiti. Be W T. Stephenson, chant and mechanic, and the prospect of a Doane to Nancy J. McClure; A. J. Owens CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK, table and before they could be checked the S. J. Kiubrr, new turnpike road make in feel that weare to Mollie Capp; George Johnaon to Jane flauiea had reached that building which it A.M Pence, J. A, Harris, Ragicag wlllbseoavsyed toaadfrsa tksdepst Bjr th peculiarly Horded advertisements of rival A.T TjANCASTEII. looking up, We hope that a weekly report Gordon; L B. Carter lo Mattie Lewis; Bryaoon enyeloped, destroying it and a good lteuben William, 0. W Rifle, freeofeharg. hpeelal aerommodatlosa to routes, which ar liable to deceive tb public. to Commercial Travalere. The Bar will b ant McClure to ltenee Humber. Ia the State of Kentuoky, at tbe cloae of The bhortest and Quickest llout from Cincinfrom our village and vioinity will induce Uichard Ulbb, quantity of hay and other Ired. T.J.Foster, alwaya aapplled with th ckoteeat nati West Is tba bualneaa March 13, 1B83. On Tuesdsy, the 13ih init., at the resmore oUonr cltitens to take the Interior. braadsofLlQsorsaad Cliara. Samuel Held, J. T. Helm, Tab Legiilallve candid tie, Messrs. Liberty Green, idence of the bride's father, near Mt. VerW II. Pudderar, Hustonnlle. KE80URCEH. & MISSISSIPPI H. W. Hansford, Murphy and Hill, add reined a Jame Logan, non, by Rev Jease Tyre, Mr. L. B, Carter P. II. Napier, ............ tl9,2M a Loans and discounts The Christian Church at Turnervllle, wa married to Miss good audience, yesterday at the .,. Mattie, daughter of U. B. Donds to secur Circulation 23,000 00 Ed Carter, O. W. Carter. a most neat and summodiou edifice, ia to D. t 31,491 59 each acquitting himself well. F. F. N. Lewi, Esq The groom it a prom- Due from approved reserv agents.. 10 Hours jury the 14,484 07 Iw dedicated on Sunday, April let. Elder Due from other National Ilanka...... followed them in a epeech in which be ising young lawyer of thia place, and the 9 Was then sworn in, as follow Ileal estate, Furniture and Futures--- ... Shouse I expected to conduct the service. ! announced that "he waa a candidate for the A K Denny, bride is a lovely and accomplished young Current eapense and laze paid Hi 13 F M. Yowell, The mildness of the temperature ia lady. Their 1,03123 Legislature aa long a ho lived or until friends wish them good luck. Premium paid. lines. Hours ahead of all other J II Miller, J. M. Martin, raw Banks. calling forth the gardener, and probably elected, and if he failed he Intended to It waa reported here yesterday that Hill of other Fractional par currency, nickels aud Luther Underwood, Jo. Moore, Dallr Tialua.wllh no chang of ears for anr preparing a disappointment (or those am- Daniel Payne, a white 3:4 ................... will commtnding In eon, if lie leave a unies..... w class ol passenger. man living nerQuui J. II. West, J. J. Moberly, i,8oj ;j . . bitious ol early vegetable. Masterly in- Sulphur, wa ..... leave any, whether white or black, to sick with small-pox- . Mr. fepecl Dally Trains to Louisville, with Ire Psrlor M. N. DePauw. John Buchanan, notes ......-- . 8,413 00 is the safest laities in a conteat activity - Cars. make every race until the family waa repl'ayne gave some attention to the negro H. W. Given, J. M Bcatley, with Maicll wind. IM.4J1 M Total small-pox- , Judgresented In that honorable body." who died there laat week with to hours In 2Dallj TrstnsotherEvsnsvllle, 4 on lesachang J.U.Uryur, J.O McAlister, Not much trading in slock last week and ha had routes, alth of all ing from the fast that Babbitt get beat LIAUI-ITIU- S. abundant opportunity to conof cars. G. A. Lickey, Gorge Vaughan, I note the sale of a horse by the Allen 130,000 00 ... Daily Trains lo Cairo, 7 hours qulclsr thsn I'uontiCTOU, worse every time he runa, his children's tract the disease. Another case of small-po- Capital Stock paid lu S4 It Win Logan, Wni. Abraham, Brew, to Woodie Green for $150 ......- -. Undivided profits.... taj other line, and no change of ears. slso, bv children, whether white or black, will be ia reported at Pitman, Laurel county Iudlvtduat UeiKj.Ua subject to chock...... M.047 90 Wui Burton, Frank Suddulh, the tame parties to Wm. Morelaud, four hardly able to redeem hls'lost ground. 1.8J 8 21ally Trains to New Orleans. No cbang of John Canton, contractor on the K C , Du to other National Cincinnati. Thoa. Chappell, J.U McCleary. head cattle averaging about 825 lba, for has driven the heading through the tunnel Due totiitUnksaud Unkers.. I 00 Ilavlug bad this Hotel W.G. Itaney. A FEW weeka ago, wo published an Item Col Coffey, $153. Tbe road were thronged on Satur 12 HOUrS UICKEB ,u,n Cblfsgo Uoulestu W ...on his contract. This tunnel is 030 feet .- IM.4U T.tal from the Louisville Oommtrcial which statHut little of importance wa done ye day and Sunday with atnek fur Danville long and work on it began only laat Octo- aTATE OF KENTUCKY, Leu Tlmaonth Court-daed that a Mrs Caldwell, of that cltr, had terday, though the Court remained in Utnaio PItvi Two Hours lesachang of ctra market. I fVdllSda Uliy cars. aud Couuly of Garrard, ber. The work on It has been pursued day From ba imeut to garret, than bjr other lines. I did not hear the speeches on Saturmuted her twins "Jesua Christ" and "Geo. till 5 30 r. M. M. P. Morgau was acand night, however. The Sbanahan Broth-er- a I. J. 1'. gandlter. Cashier of th aboi named O Hunt," and the coming addition to quitted on one charge of violating the day, but hear all favorably spoken of. All awear that the abov stall uitnl I Intend Jo Keep It It a Nlrlclly Dauk, Th n .fi li" Is thaonlr lira with J Dalle will make an opening In their tunnel is iru doaoleuioly oi my suoikjo auia usuri Trslus from Cincinnati to bt. Louis, uaklng dliect to tu Ural Firnt-ClHk- d MitUHvr, the family would be dubbed "Praise the liquor laws and the other cases against the aspirant seem cheerful and hopeful. connections In tb Uuluu Depjt (at 81. Lout )wlh J. 1'. SaNUUEll, fasbt.r. thl week. The work all along the line is Issouri rscme i uwajr. ai. uiuis, iron iieuu-tsi- n Lord " The item further stated that the him wrre dl'missed The trial of Jame Judge Hill is s.vd lo have acquitted him processing with unprecedented rapidity. leav nothing undone that will add to th A twuthern lUllwsv, i'IiUjoX Alton Budscrlbed and sworn to before in thia ITtb day And woman had In a vision been commissioned Mullin charged with murder was set for elf most admirably; conveying in the II. U -- AUFFMAN.N. I'. nuioey luiinud) road, cnirsgo, uuruocion In County Court last week M J.Cook, of March, Us). COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. okukAbt Louis Uallroad, Wabsh, Si. Louts A to Mve aouls and heal bodies. It now the 0th day of the term George Moore fiery aud gushing eloquence of youth the Pacllle Italiruad, Mlwurt Kansas A Texas Kali Correct Attest J. J. Williams and O. O It. McCall were wa;, bt Louie A San Frauilstu lUl!wr. that the wboln thing waa imaginary, did not put in appearance hut a judgment aget tesvlilng of a veteran. Tom doe L. V Iluiiaia. I appointed commissioners to condemn land Latvia Y LsavaLL.V Dlreitora. g at least Mr. Caldwell and her old man for ten day In jail and a fine of $25 was one thing, though, that I perilous, I WaL-a- a, Imprest Thli Upon Your Memory. for right of way for the Kentucky Central J.J claim it and they hsv accordingly entered entered against him forcirryiug concealed A is ott.red must be iudicrimlnate or It be R R and aaes the damage. Oaly five . Jb M Is tb only llu Tb Ij which jou suit against the (Xmmeituil Company fur weapon Dudley Vauglit wa tried for comes offensive; if ludiscrlminaU, it can get through care Irom Cincinnati lo Bt. Louis ierons In this county refused to give tbe SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS without psilui extra lr lu aJdilluu tu wvuejr The petition recites that the ar the same ofltnse and too Jury will tettle not always palatable yr wholtaome. Bet- right of $10,000 pal I for tlckst. wsy, Tbe commissioners reported To patrools in, as I hats vsry coavolnc,sucb Furtckets, rates, or sue Intoimallon, call ou licle was calculitwl t'i place Mra Caldwell hia case this morning, Nick Heutdlct, ter omit It, and thus avoid the charge ol in two cae. They award Stephen Anglln Neither of ua having th tint to attend loth asMCfcHAMi'LhUOOMS. dc , for their ua. Ticket Ageutaof connecting Hues In the light of a rellgou crank The suit Dudley Vaught aud Lewis Roberta wrre "lip service." -I- N(I'lraMrallailM U'alnut at, 4$ $393 damage for 17 acre of land, a house' collecting aud settling up of our old (lru busloess, at. Ursud w bav secuivd th service or Mr M. I'ejloo tu ia another mournful prKf ul the high comtried for disturbing religious worship. to and from Plnnlsiss!4Wtstlourth orMiiutrwi.llolsl, -J- ohn 8 Good and Wm. D Weather-for-- incinntiii d, ami Ac. To John Coffey they award $800 for attend U It 11 Is aulbrl4 by ua to collact and Baggage Transferred mercial value set upon the newspaper Vaught waa fined $25 tne (wo others W. B. 81IATTUC, leave W W PEABODV. fur Montana, the former for about seven acre of land, and other rectlpt for all accounts du ua. tne Depot tree ol c:rge, f Usn'l PatMugtr Agt Usu'l Uuptrlntaodenl, J. II. MaALINT-- H, work of the funny men of the period. to wind up hi bullae, tbe latter proba damage. SUDtord, Mar.. Cincinnati, QIts in a call. H. V, UKIUHT. W.H. VKAMCIs). - KVAronATD l'eaclie and Apple C. JirighlV t,H. VrenV Nicn and cheap lot nf bedstead, (it aT-A.iroia- icy. -- sunn. ,- (en-ac- re I. A.TrrtuiNv-- ta.av, -- J. II .ld J. T. Harris' Restaurant -- . HUItOKON uth OJiSN'riHT, r- Office-So- x Stanford Female ny. l'lllLIl. -- J. ROBINSON ss Farm TERMS MODERATE. POlt land-mar- d 129-- lf e, a CHAMPO! THE Kentucky's l.outc East child-seem- AT A SOLID TEAIN WASHINGTON CITY. d ii, rip-idl- FOR J3ALE one-ha- lf store-roo- m ! JSTQ'W Yorli. r. Cas-se- g, ., ' d e. guar-sute- W. T. GREEN, lMpEk&8BjpQfi -' Groceries, Hardware, Through Trunk Line W4MMPW e. Harness and Saddlery, DAVE YANDELL PIiOWS lf m WAOOiro. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Hotel Still Reputation, SOUTH & WEST 1 w -- -- tl -- w - a. Propr 1 0-i- g u- - li- Ttrfa n m it. 11 Don't Led Astray! Court-hous- ....-.- Hob-bil- rrm .. -- 01 I 1 .. ..... ..... j,n .. ST. ASAPH HOTEL. Ciiiclimnti to St. Louis A a- Legal-tend- W. S. FRANCIS, x luks......, 1 , STANFORD, - - KY. lici'iirnislied and Iioilttcd 2 sea-al- y 11. rt lltbv-kissin- Commercial Travelers 1 MGTICE ! y lW-t- Till: VP l, THHK. n.n.ifiAsrntnt. Mil Ho . ei'.A.ifraFOiaD, Tuesday MoralBg, ky. -- Match 20, 1883 Mexico i A Hriioiis aiul by no incntm n gay city. There are no crowd ii.hu ilio sMaxralbfl, no eating of ieci in nl lie, no eafft chanlantt, nothing 1'ari van. Hy 1) or 10 o'clork the goal jilc appear to lmvo retires! already, to ltd jp Ivetimcfl in tlio morninij for the woifc of tlio day. A rullilury Imml playa tlireo overlings in tbo week, but oven tills, except on Hnuiinjn, is o pn.rnely aU tendeil that the men seem tobedisconrtv ing their ixm.io for their own amusement. Policemen are found stationod at short intervals in Ilio quiet tlreeU, with their lanterns set in the middlo of tho rorulwfty. They are. obliged by tho rcgnlations to signal their whereabouts every qnartcr of nn hour, nnd tho sound of their whistles, which linvo n shrill, doleful note, liko n Novcmlor wind, may 1)0 heard repeated from ono to the otker all tho night tlirough. As tho place docs not expect tourists, Micro uro almost nono of tho appurtenances for their enlightenment to bo met with elsewhere. While this may have its annoyance, it tho demands of an ardent curiosity remain too long tho freedom from retponsibility to n Baedeker or a Mnrray lia advantages of its own. The visitor with nn eyo for the pictnresqno dips into a delicious feast of novelties, makes discoveries on every hand, and mny have tho pleasure of testing tho valno of his own uuaided conclusions. By daylight, with iU bright colors upon it, and iLp normal stir of life, tho famous remote capital is a very different place. By little and littlo tho misapprehensions of thp flight nro shaken off. From tho tint moment of disappointment wo like it always more instead of less. Figures go by whose blankets ono burns to tako from tucmjlor portieres. The men of the poorer sort wear or carry universally the scrape a blanket with a slit in the center for tlio insertion of the head. Apart from its artistic patterns, it is a useful garment in many emergencies. It is not tho most improbable thing in the world that, in tho courso of tho Mexican revival, we may yet Bee it introduced in the States, and runniug the course of popularity of tho ulster. The corresponding national garment ot women is tho rebozo, a shawl or scarf, generally of blue cotton, which, crossed over the head and lower part of the face, . gives a Moorish Mexico is extraordinarily flat, and its streets loid as regularly at right angles as in our own most symmetrical town. At the ends of all of them, in whatsoever direction, tho view U closed by Its flatness, together with mountains. its position in reference, to tho adjoining scries of lakes, is one of Ilio 'circumstances which have occasioned the greatest solicitude in the past, and aiil call for almost as much. Bad' odors beset the nostrils, and stagnant gutter neglected heaps of garbage, the sigltt of interesting the wayfarer about th .streets. Tho situation in thi- - particular is a crying shame. The oitizna, of Mexico should stop, as if an enemy were to at their gates, and devote theiim-lveits remedy. Kot another railroad jdiould lie built, not another dollar voted t any public purpose, till it is at tcude & to. II'. It. lilihop, in Harper's Maya? -unnn-swere- d, a the crr or MKXtnt. Tlio ilomo Is the most imprcssivo fcal nro of tho new Cnpltol at Wwhlngtoi. It w designed by Walters, (o replace tho smaller1 one removed in iB5G, and ranks fifth in height nd size among the notablo domos of the world. It is, in fact, !M0 foot high sbovo the west gate of tho park at tho foot of the hill on IM diameter is 1!W which it stands feet, and it is praised as ono of tho rtost symmetrical, rneefiil stnicturfs in tho " nholo.wor.hj. V-- trises Its oetngtrn)' or itylolwite-biwP3 feet nloro tho basouunt lloor of tho Capitol. An it It ares the top lino of tho building it consists ot a jHiistylo 121 in diameter, of 3(1 iron llnted columns, '27 feet high. iKaeh of theso columns weighs six tons. Abovo them is a balustrade, Abovo the balustrade be gins tho dome, which converges upward to an apex, snrnionntel by a lantern 15 feet in diameter nnd W) feet high, which is mi rounded bynpcrislyloand crowned by thb lftinzo stituoof Freedom, designed by Cmn ford. 6n Dwf 12, 18GV tlitf statue was raised and placed in iU present iositiou at tho npex of the dome. Thousands of citizens and soldiers were 'assembled. guns was A national salnte of thirty-llvin tho East fired from n Park, and this was followcil byrt reverberating salute by tho shotted, heavy guns of tho whole, chain of forts surrounding tho Capitol. Few who were present on that day will forget tho mighty acclaim from tho people which almost obliterated for a moment the noise ot artillery. Tlio lantern on tho domo of tho Capitol contains threo rows of powerful gas jets, and is very much freqnonted by strangers, particularly young married cSiiHles. Tlte vieV therefrom in tboilny-tim- o is maguillcent, and even at night, notwithstanding tho glare of the gas jets, ono may obtain weird viows by shading tho eyes with the hands and pressing tho face dloso to the glass. Tho eastward view looks out on the plain of, Capitol IIiU toward, a bock-- , ground of lulls beyond tho Anacostia. Tolho north thtro is a view, beyond a broad intervening valley, of encircling hills ; to tlio south lie the low ground and sparsely settled parts of Washington ; and (o tho west lfcs tho city with tho Mall, tho its Botanical Garden, ftt o ilcld-b.ittc- rv Ko Irro has been tho subject of M many riilicnlnu- - fablon s the up- -, nrh till quite lstly they rr itopnlarly-lie-llevedOn the faith ot a Dutch tur geou named Foerache, it was rtlfttccj that the upas flowed from a uniqna am) singular tree, which vegetated in th.i midst of a frightful solitudo in Java, "the valley of death." Aeconling-- la this traveler, no living creaturo could resist tho poisonom vtiporn which It exhaled, and for threo or four lengues snmml only dead bodies mid skeletons of nn n and animals nerv to bo mo; with. The birds themselves which "ventured into the surrounding air fell to tho ground as it struck by lightning. Criminals consigned to rnjitnl punishment alone essayed tho task of wrep ting its infernal produce from tho tree. Many tried tho perilous journoy, but very few returned from it. Woowothe refutation ot this fabulous narrative to Lcschenaiilt, a recent French traveler. This traveler noticed that the famous poison is furnished by two spe cies of trees which growmid tho forests ot Java. So far from exercising a dele terious influence upon all that surrounds them, they ore encompassed by a hixn rious vegetation, vOiilo birds, lizards And insects lend animation to their boughs and foliage. Tho learned Frenchman, whilo examining one of these trees, which ho had cut down, had till food and hands covered with exudation flowing from tho broken branches, yet he experienced no bad ctTtcts. But when tho upas juico is introduced by means of a puuctnre, the effect is rapidly fatal Eight drops' injected into the veins ot a horse will kill it directly, Tho story of the "valley of death," probably, had its origin in the fact that thero was some locality in lliit volcanic gas poured country whero carbonic-aci- d out from a crack in tho earth in such quantities as to produco tho fatal effects attributed to tho tree, Tho uatiro uso tho juico as an arrow poison, prepared much the same as the South Americans mako their trooraru, with arrows aro envenwhich their blow-gu- n omed. Tho upas trco bolongs to the bread-frui- t family, and grows, in a beautiful symmetrical shape, to tho height of 100 feet or inoro. Ja-va- Ami thtnssh In tntf in.1 mtuUr. him km in toAtr l flomli, And h t lull itnlshtwajr rtiibr tutob 1 lul .a p'riM yur ichf-)ut- r rift) bt bom th Arnmttf Idol f h ih wof A e'er nuljtii, TtU h. t. r iiH(n, LliRn Orf A I" "MnRR, rtv-M- l of nvn U the ptnmtwr- - -- 0.i V w'U s Atst trtltiymt innt ulp t tr Faiiai-ht- ifnll Twin. gtumU Nkvru known to get tired Outstanding dulits. LUMllKK OF ALL KINDS. Anr en wlihlne In tin niihteirtpl th ihlrd Prayer Meeting em; Sunday Hcbnnl at 0 00 a. it, Thursday nltht Bee. II. C. Motrlsnu, Hapetlwtendent. T J M. llacca, I'aator. HerelcM BAiTJBT.--Hand Fourth Bundayt, moralof and F J. Chny A Co., proprietor Hall's SlMOfSltxe, JOiM. ElablcomoleitMtaol Seen. nltht. l"rajer Meeting etery Wednesday aftr Osttrrh Cure.ofltr S100 reward for snv err reaunn raparuj, incinnmn ftnnj, v. nnon, "nrdiy Hcbcnl at rso i, at. B, K. f srrow Keaaonabla rates to rcxxl attrattiona, Addreea Hurlnlendent cine of CaUrrh tint can't be cured with as a bore. IIUIHTIAN WosahlpbTthconres;atlon t ere Isird'a dar. 1'rrafhlntbT Dr J. W. Cot Hall's Cutirth Cure. Hold by Tennr A Theiiaanitsofs,rsca are on H find tod Fourth lord'a daya. DandiyHehoel Ky. McAlltter, Htanfonl, annualir roblie.! of their tt 13- Jos. rMtrrsnce, rupennienacDi. tlniroa, Urea trolurfcl, HIlMIIYTt.lltAN, nbliTll.-lte- e. I. H, McM-- I happln-aaanlieallli reror. naslof rlnndsy fVhoot at t 0. John W. stored br uie of the treat Iiout. Noperlntcndent Union rrayer Mesllngoo r alehla Worn BTAnroriD. RY cured of CnUfrh tterr yttr with Hall's CsUtrh Cur, that the doctors had given up tnd raid could not be cured. 73 tend a botlto. Bold by Penny A McAllntcr, Stanford, Ky ThoUi-nm- r bclhg OPERA HOUSE, W, P. WALTON, Proprietor. 3fe.iJ.iililt. II. -. MKTHODlST.ftOUTi!.SiiaTirTnti- CHURCH nilUCTOKt. j m'.Z .. .i C. r. Metttaort. Hunday morning aha c ROBBED Not suitable for a clothes line A cord of wood. llou.tt to make a man cross Getting to tho other side of tho street, AnDiTious man "Is there any fixed rule for writing poetry?" Thoro is. LumWr fr 1iIb(. fenrlnsvranr purmcan ae immer far felllns It of ut at our mill on the HuraWr farm, about two rnllre from Crab Urahard. MKI.V1N A t'O. Ill Don't. oft-ene- r IjANDMninuis "doublo the horn" An Ponk of win If ome than sailors do, and yet tho lftttor Aalcn to niinu Mrn, by a Hf milnr rrivilclnn. SENT i tti-- t .lamps. Auureia roine Jip groggy, THE HEALTH JOURNAL, MILWAUKEE, WIS. Wiikx you aro nnablo to pnrchoso a Katnbllahad IH40. set ot scales on credit, r in miud that Tiiacrittstirn "BRADFORD" takes tho balance." "o.ish PORTABLE MILL. It rains alike on the just and the uu CHa.WMUTAIIII, rmtaaiixitiniiiiiT. just and on tho Just mainly bocauso Hta4 ISv eMrrtptl Addr... plalnlr the unjust havo liorrowod their umbrcl-liv- t ir riolli-lioiin- il Nervous Exhaustion, Prematuro Desay, Loss of Memory. lost tf beset laultuJe, pain In the back, dlmneat efflalon.prrmtlureoM te, tod a pre utnr other dlaeavet that lead lo comulnpilon snd for circular, ollh teatl. mature grate, axarc-eomonlela free hf mall, lhe J, VltiOltA 1'Olt It sold at II per box, oral! Imxea lor t tiT all ririt(flats,or will bo eent free b? mall, aecurely sealed, on recelpttf price, he addreiBlii; ', J. lle..;V, 113 Adamaatrret, Toledo, Ohio. l!t-- i jr) Pole stent fur the) Untied males. seiuencoofilf.AbMsas memorjr, uoltsrsal GERMAN IN VIGORATORl Which potltt'elf andpermarienilr cure. itnio rriirv!""1"' tof slceeeetol anr kind,) Armf.a inl II rnkurtm. and alldlaeaes thai Mlow nrf, FREE! REUABLE SELF-CUR- E nr Oefc A. faot .J ...n.tHAfi r An .Mm naMi . - .I fl .ll. I. most nota ana tucrioi inow retlredi for Ihecnreof lermettf.M'WH sr.wwe.ee M r. Mhmt. IIUM, aim to plain aealed ens elopeVw. DratftaM eaa 61 it, Addr.il OR. WARD 6. CO., UertUa. M. fth FREC",rw,f,''"'ii''"t 18Q3. Ix-n- TJio Cincinati News! A DAILY sPlain English! JS ItrnE EXl'IlESSEDl Domoci'atio Nowspapor! Is puf.llihed lo sulerrlUrs at tho f.llown eirta-U- t t 0J mil CWMUt IIIU THI ir K.aia. JuneX.th. taxi. lUama Ttturnt rv .ni 1 d the Pawiliees. dlrMlMantlliereeia,.. hlrrnwlli lltteileM .! aiailhes I wk 'r..m II.. aIi d I I conlleedtooalllhebsl;a I. alMfit 'Wi miriwwt-.d.we- e that free Ot. Iwll .il .. 1. 1 n. I irl- - hoiiataarol I n.r roi ..me. is . tlt-- weak"-w - i t.iid e.lthM l.r l.ih...teifl rot ad rewd noivoee ft "'' nim "' Ili.iia,ii A boy carried coat-pocke- TH0S.BRWORO1CO. 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"lK?lB70BHT II aud Mueilinoua trod. tnmposod of U'H, which permeate I lie awlxtanre of III X.UHKS, exiieclureiles the wrtld mailer that ivdecu In th BlvMblat 'tulw.,abdl.itu.ai soot III UK coaillnK, which r.Heee Ih II cleats that HUM tl' TMTT'S llrll Farm For ho had invested a largo sum ot money in Wall street and lost it. A sympathizing friend askctl him whether ho hail been n bull or a bear ; to which ho replied: "Neither; I was a jackass I" Collkob Professor" Can wo see nn I oner lor aale. rrlfal.lr. mr bna of t.S Acre. land, with a large brick and of excellent blue-crarraue rendt nee combined, or ten rwiue, witnin a Wilt be Inued by the rreaebemllle rlke. mll.oflhe new Manlurd New orchard. Irren and medical water Iu abun Cincinnati Newa rubliihing Co. dance luip'oretnenla Includlnf a neat tenant bouee. In (Teas 101 aetea, and balance tillable. Timber abuodant. Church and erbonW It lea Democratic tper, deted lo lvllllc. bouee near bf, and the neighborhood unexcelled. Newt, Markets, Afrleulluro sod I. leralure. and It la not often that luch a dralral le farm le lor aale. will be edited with the flow of luaklUa It a drtlr. Title perfect Addreea we at Hlanfurd, Kj.or able Family Newspaper rail on ine at the farm. Aa a new candidal for public fitor.Tbe Weekintangible object?" Pupil "Yes, sir." 123-- 1 jr-or- tf will cater to the reulremenle lis readMR. NARAII COOK ly Newtwilt thoroughly discus, all II? olqueslloi t ers. It Professor "Eh? What do you mean? of the day. It will Eire panlcalar attention to Shak-sponr- e, K)-uCito your authorities." Pupil " will b hawa ,,rn"c,c"0"',w, the fathering of Ih Ibe rarlout marketcareporta. In r taken In couplllnt v iI sir. Seo Hamlet's ndvico to the m thelnlereatof lbs fsriuer, a roo.ll spse will t snd derolrd to sirtrultnre. Oereral llterslur players when ho speaks ot those who BTewtuiMg avuewi BEW,Nu tWMMtkti, tarlousustteia fitted for th ttntlly tircl will DrUTTttO, and all lb rUIISUINU 1'AhTS ot comprlM sn laiportsnt departinml ol the paper, ,, saw the nir." and it will be the purpose ol Ih niaaareieeni lo n -- DRESSMAKINGSedit and publish the Ibe Weekly fcwe sstveon Rkaui.no a list of the names of candimend It to sad make II a welcome tlsltor In every A OK.vrt.MiAN was complaining that THE WEEKLY NEWS! thelniiKaori.il Iminirlll... altesitilheaaa Itienttrtiru enreeUlnl ler illeease.iatwroe. of lb blood, and li.tr. th St.. the oerToussy.l.nv hllsilit colds often enJ In lllilaMKerauetasit(ll caii.uiiiiilloii. remedy promptly. A litem. Apply tit of twenty yrtrav.rr.nl tbe aswitlon that rub MnnnV'QI rnrTrnchlncrail r uree the moat Infl.mniatlon, and Ho obstinate onifh Aplente.nl rnrdlal,rhlW ilreit lake It reailllr. In Croup It I lir family. Inralnalil an I should b s.ery learn no remedy hate ewer heet found I ui.cffMi.a.TUTT'S IXPtCTOrUHT. irmit i do. raleee In phleKm, aubduea A aliiRle ' hl tieed CAX1SK 1XHT1XCT. wcc4aummiotUnivemtyJnre, the uWnisfveil vTasliington monument, tho domo of tho Observatory, tho glittering stream of the Potomac, and Ar? lington Heights beyond. No finer viow can be had ftom any capitoh Yet tho pictnro thus viewed is scarcely more enchanting than that of the Capitol itself seen from any point of vantage. Sunday Jiiarwir uAitriKLira KKLiaiuus news. By the natural bent of his mind, tho late Provident had a liking for philosophic and religious studies, which was strengthened and gratified during his two terms at Williams College, whero n good deanf attention is given to iad Jibsubsequent four years Of teuchiug at Ilinim ; but in his later career the practical questions of life him so much that ho fouiyl little time to devote to the domain of speculation and theoretical thought IIo read Mill j Comte and Spencer, however, and nas deeply interested in such books as lames Freeman Clatke's "Ten Great Ko llgions," and in tho current dicussions in tho Euglisu reviews and magazines oifpybphrisc o;re)igioin bclfcf aad criticism. There was nothing of tho bigot about him. IIo welcomed all honest discuRMOu, and was always willing to throw off old upiuons if convinced they wero erroneous. Tu his religious viens he might have been called a rationalistic Christian. I doubt if ho could have pasmxi u successful catechising on the doctrinal points ot any orthodox creed, but on such essential matters as a be lief in tho diviuo guidance of tho universe, and thoJimmortality of tho human soul, his faith was unshaken. Modern mado nq impression upon him. The argument that tho mind is only a phenomenon of matter he thought a klupid reversal of tho truth. Tho soul was tho real thing, ho or iuiili'itiined, and tho phases of matter ouly its trausicut and varying expression. The church to whiah he belonged from boyhood lias n written Creed and docs not question its members as to their theological conceptions; therefore he was not hampered by formal statements of faith in his iutelleutmd growth, and ;a ulilo without hypocrisy to retain nluoh became very dear to "iirly life. I". Smulh.ii. him meta-phyiicmato-miliu- m - ' . , ' LAXatJAOK. Oue of the woht barbarous nyes to which. our language is put is the prefa lent medical stylo of expression. Ever science and art has its technical terms, which nro a help to exact thoogitt4nii expression. In meJical literaturei?lilj have become an obitaclo to tho" "mitten of science, whilo the ordinary man could os easily master u new lauguago as read i average medical essay. Thoyjeenl to have Wen prepared by ambitious medl icnl H phomore whom a little kftrniufj has lifted abovo their mother tongue, so that they can only express tlieniMlvci in sounding wonls of Latin origin. ' ' We are glad to welcome a rebuke oj IbU grave fsult in tho Lancet, ljy GJ Vivian IWo, M. D., F. It. 0. P,,' of modiral jarispiudcnco in the Univewity College, I.uud:n. Referring to u dictionary of medical und scientific terms iiowlu courso of publication, ho ays that, if its present proportions are maintained, it will contain oer,3,0Q0 terms; and thai, ut the present rate id an appendix will l)e by tho beginning of the next rentury possibly bigger than fao parent pro-Tessnee-issar- y Uook. This fatal love of long words, ho t , has helid to check the advauee it medical soienco. In this " iclaaRc jargon," month Women tho oral oriftco; tho noae, the olfactory organ ; the nkm t the buck, the dorsal integument,; ucli, tactile senMbility; stomaeri-whgastralgio crisis; tears, lachry-Jiutio-u ; sweating, a diaphoresis. It seems to be tho pitiable arubitloti )f eomo writers to seize upon a trifling fact and give it tho longest namd hey :au invent, with the aid of a diction-.ry- . ' e, ' ' "Many of our long words," he says, 'exerciso a most unwholesome upon tho student, and I have mown souio who apjiear to think that a fascl-Jatio- u use of words was tho main jso of medicine. "There was a time, perhaps, wheu .hero was very little true knowlodgn iK'hiud tho verbiage which was the chief e of the profession. Now iiuies are changed. It is no longer uecos-wrto give back to tho patient in Greek lmt he had just told us in English and .all it a Miaguosii.'" )'ot(' jarrot-liko ttock-iu-trady We measure from piirsolvesoiidios jiitigs arc forfjtr 'psenaud puriose so wo approvotliemr Jirlug a pear to 'tho table that is rotten, ,we cry it down ; it is naught. But'bring a medlar that is rotten uud 'tis a tine thing ; and yet, I'll wawijiit you, tho pear thinks as welloi wp measnru fas the mrgiar.uoes. pxcV'lK-ucof other ineli by some cxeellenoy wo conceive to be in ii'a h, a poet, poor cuuugh us potU used to be, seeing nn Alderman withliU gold chain upon his groat horse, .by .wav of scorn said to ono o his : " Doyoit seo yon fellow ? How gooilly, how big ho looks I Why, that llpWjCuuuotuiako a blank venw." Nay, we measure tlie. goodness of God from ourselves; we measuru His gooduess, Uis jiutice, His wisdom, by something cull just, good or wise iu ourself. tnd in bo doing we judge proportioun-ol- y to the country fullo-- r in the play, who said if he were, a Kiug ho would live like a lord, ami h&vo peace and bason every day, and a whip that cried " slash I" JuhniMiim. .J com-tianif- ti . vi "'thy but he must give account in the day of judgment. x a rich u i A correspondent of a London paper contributes another of thoso remarkable examples of canine instinct that are so often reported. IIo states that ho left his homo in Hampshire and went by rail to London, and thonco to Norwood, taking with him a block collio dog that rodo in tho guard's van. After he had been iu the place about a week tho dog disappeared. Two days after ho received a letter from heme stating that tho dog had arrived hungry, and weary. tluio very Ho states that tho distance traveled by tho dog was about eighty miles, and that tlio road was absolutely unknown to him. Similar stories to tho aliove aro often published, and it is likely that many of thorn aro true. Wo aro nut, however, justified in believing that the dog is such a knowing animal, after all. It is qnito likely that a dog has Lis eyes open whilo traveling, and notices many objects along tho road. If nil dogs found their way back to their old homes wo should bo justiflod in giving them great credit for their intelligence. But such is not tho cose. Tlio columns of city.papors abound in advertisements of lost dogs. They wonder a few blocks from home nnd cannot find their way directly' KNEW TOE BRAND. back. Tho writer of this onco had a 4'Th jean art lusuy tuc we wet, dog 'op intelligent tha it wonld' carry And uiuur uni and lnUr'ino, parcels to tho house it was ordered to, IhecimourinorUlllTMbriiet, , and apparently understood many words Hit left nia tU unchu(tdtn I'jom rt tbat'i tru Tic ptcU tint uiiti s in two languages, but it lost its wav go 1 o lovo and kojw and fattli in )un," ing a distance of halt a mile and took To Mm rrrponah then the aaldi refugq in the house of a. stranger. NothMXS no, dtar Jack, we oannct e.l. e! n, ing is more common than for dogs Aud added, with a ' For, lliounh Ibe aame o!d l.je rtuielaa, for their intelligence to lose llie aame o'd Iota nf dja gone kj, their way in going short distances in a Tl e aauie old (alth tliat uever felgnt, largo city. Hunters often complaiu ol lut UU doilh, I ttual1, and fear 't Tbeaaiue n'd wh'ikjon jour breatlu . losing their dogs. The number of dogs that lose their way is far greater than ol Amtriiitu rttmnvnox, thoso that find their homos. Chicago Tho end of tho world is postponed Times. until 1880. A 'German paper asserts l, war juxxf li.vd .verai .sanu ix that a slab has been excavated at 1'AltlS. which contains an inscription in Lucy Hamilton Hooper, in ono of her Litiu which, being translated, means: Paris letters,- tells, the following, nuec-- "When Easter falls on St Mark's y on St. (April 25), ind doto of Jenny Liud : A Baron told me of a scone that he (Juno 13), And Corpus Domini witseweS at. the; opera, long, years, age),, on St, John's (Juno 21), all the world ttie trial hearing ot a pale, plain girl, will call for help." This interesting with abundant fair tresses and great blue conjunction will take place IWo years eyes. Ho brought by his description hence. Another authority for tho dato the scene vividly beforo mo the dimly ot tho world's doom was tbo celebrated d child upon prophet, Dr. , Michael Nostradamus, lighted house, the tho stage, and iu tho proscenium box, who was born Dec. 14, 1503, and died superb and haughty, tho splendid prima at Salem, Juno 21, lGCo. donua of tho day, Ilosina Btoltz, whose empire over the opera und tho heart of D.i, Hammond holds that smoking is its manager was so supremo that nono ' i. lor bojs and women. It impairs ot the operas composed for tho grand .i r digest i hi, sight and hearing, he opera in thoso days contain moro than uud ) eiulers them subject to neu- one femolo role of any iniortance, as g'ii nm diseases of the brain. For . witness "La Favorita," "La Itcico de ie thinks the moderate smoking ot Chypre," etc Tlio song ended, Mme. ciuur is good, retarding tlio waste ot , Btoltz leanod ovor and said something tisiic, making the food go farther to tho manager, who advanced to the .id enabling them to bear troublo witli young singer, expressing in polito nnd twuiidacencY, empty phrases his regret that her talent A Vpu.su man uho was, arrested in and her voice were unsuilvd to the reNew York, aud signed his name with a quirements ot the grand 0cra, asked by tlio magistrate Bho heard him iu silence, and folding " crops," was school and learn glided why ho didn't go to her modest shawl aliout her she The youth of "mark" something. from tho stage. Arrived at the exit door ho was " afraid of sho lookod back. "I bid you adieu, promptly repliod that " dying from Monsieur," she said quietly. " One day you will implore mo to return, but I A ltuoDB Island Justice refused to never v;ill return. I shall never slug marry a man named Carr to u lady of tho again iu Paris." same uamo, on tho ground that he was A few years later, wheu every oiuira afraid, to oouplo cars. director in Paris was at that young girl's feet praying JjecoaccepLouyjiossiblo "How dip wo eomo to possess our terms, thQwjuJory, ortjilitJbjht. sto d present dioss?" is ono of the questions betnoen her and the Purisiau public ami by the editor of Nature. ' Can't say, sir, deprived Paris ot the delight of ever Presume tho tailor didn't know you. lUtcuiug to the greatest singer of the uifli4eu century, for tho pale, blue-ey- ed Bkauti Is tho mark God sets upon was Jenny Liud, virtue. red-nosfoot-sorr, deep-drav-u 111 Obex-emmeWhit-Sundafair-hairqv- -, over-study.- dates for the General Court, one gentleman asked another, "Ben, who is this man? I don't seem to recall him to mind." "Why," repliod Ben, "you know him. He goes to our church, but he never comes." "Istheiie any opening hero for on intellectual writer?" asked n seedy, individual of au editor. "Yes, my friend," replied tho man of quills, "a considerate carpenter, foreseeing your visit, left an opening for you. Turn tho knob to tho right." Phofkssob (to student) "You wish me to give you a recommendation ? I don't remember ever having seen you nt any of my lectures." Student "Ah, Profes-soyou evidently confound me with auother man who looks very much like me, and who, it is true, has never at"Yes, tended yonrleeturos." Professor yes, yety likely. ', (Gives him the recommendation.) Old Tom Pnrdie, Hir Walter Beott's favorito attendant, onco said : "Them are rlno novels of yours, Sii Walter; they are just invaluable to me," "I am glad to henr it, Tom." " Yes, sir ; for when I have been out all day hard at work, und come homo very tired, and take up one 61 your novels, I'm asleep Position Guaranteed 'if Desired. Utloc LADIES out ot ibe ell HOARDED FREE AdJrrati j D.T.laOODTiCO. Jl Weat Ninth 8U boussnoM. The Weekly News Is a larte quarto, cnoialnlrc .0 a a 0d article ot calendared peper. I a order to reach all tleues. It will b selJ at the follow I eg low whllalearninf. axccSATi.outo. A A A Afflicted, Attention DR. GANN'S KEMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. MANUFACTURED I1Y I W. K. OANN, M. D-- . MONTICEXXO. KY. ?teatl par AndlarserelubeaVfJbeiateiif copy per aanuar And In addition, TbeWeekly Newa will be ma free tor one year lo any person who will raise a cluboltwcoty ormore annual auUcr bcra at ooa puatolSce, and forward Ibelr namia and addrrM with th requisite amount ol money, aa per abote table of ratte. IT 00 ....... omce, on year - .. ... A club of thirty eoplee, mailed to one poeU -- . 31 W offlce.oo year A club of forty copies mailed lo one poat (0 04 .. ol&ce. on yesr single copy, one year I I 00 club of ten replce. mailed toon poatolBce, . 0 00 . on year . club oftwenty coplra, mailed to on poet- - ItATf.S Oh' SVllSCUil'TIOXt .. tOT DIRECTLY Or. THE LIVtJfJ Cure (hill and l'er, HyipepeUt, Hick Headache, ItllUn Co1le,t l"lle. ,rlnltallonef 111 Heart, ltlnlneaa, Torpid Ltrer,atMl I'cmal IrroKitlarltle. If yond rot "feel etimnlateeth at-"- TUTT'S PILLS .vyytTt fOU TUTT'8 MaIIUAI rHK." Is. arte, wrail l Boltlea. rerywtll,"a.in letllltUla itom ' ,e.'nreiheappei e. Imports rlfoi to tb I'rlee. !Ht. .t!l Mnrray hi ,!.T. HALL'S 13 HECOtiaEHDED OU-XIX3ICunltr-Chronto " RflTARRH P.UPiE HY PinmCIACT. 4 The world It filled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Intentlone ol man, jet all the combined talent and ifnlua that the world haa ee er known baa neeer produced anything that can compare watb 'Dr. Uann'a Itemrdlea." Medical kill and aclence hate, at jet, tailed to dlaeoeer an 7 thing equal to tbein. for the core of the Aa their tor which they are recommended. Tlrtoe and uara are pralard tj Ihouaanla throuth-ou- t ol tbo land, and aa I he length and breadth tUandard Famllr Medlclnea, thej cannot be excelled, and are full substantiated bT the atroof eat teatlmonlala. For Couiha, CoUt, Croup, liroocbttta, Coniump. lion and all Dlaeaaeaa ol the Throat and Lungi, PREMIUMS TOR CLUBS ana Citarrlt of tho Nasuil Ulcomtlrol Catarrh of tho Cnr, Cya or Will l distributed among thoa who obtain and Throat. It 'a taken INTCRNALLY.nnd send lo The Weekly Mews Ibe en largest club, of acta OiaJOTLY upon thai Blood nnd Mucous Surface of the System. It full ist subscriber Iroiu any o etjtaebylhe 1st tho heat Dlood Purltler In the day ot July, IM3. Ktch tubsirlptlon In tbrs W0.;LD. rld It worth ALL that I duUwIII b charged for It, for THAT olono. $i,ooo"ijTgti! Jd f ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR. " " ' ., For Largest Club Use Dr. Oann'M Congl for any of Cattrrh It lll not Ctire. WILL CLIlt; ANY CAH1U . eo " 0f3oo of A. T BrawartT Ccv'l .. fnicioy, IU , June 4, ISA. ( M . . .. " th ' tvx. TuUilo, tt F J. fhtnipit pleasure la InformlnT Tea ittrt. Vno Dr. daiiu'n Cure. " tilth W" 1 taCx lltntltmm that I LAte used HalVa Catarrh Curu. It bat For rthruraitlim. Nenralila. 8oralna. Drklara and Tolsl i,eoo . ret me IwuTerybad-aui- d dont heeltateto dwellings an external application tor man or rattles woiklr-- tor tlio tbor prcmluraa must sty '.hat It will cur any cane of Catarrtilf taken coast Your tntlr. proMrly. lnrarlably send ooe dollar with each l.acu J. U WcirncuMaa. snd they should glr nsmct with I'. O. adVbo Dr. Oftim'H Liniment. dressee, and send money as fast as lb subscribers wortTii 810 A noTTia;. write liar had R Mniiur.JaclKn, Tor 111m, Hemorrhoids, Darns, Flilnla and all arexobtalned rjmall amounts of mooer may b soot by mall at lull. Catarrh Cure cured' similar uiMasee, amounts oter ffmust bo n, Comny'a but tbe '.iniderltwnrthtia00aloltl. by ord.r, Vho Dr. Grbr'h Pile Ointment. sent by pcsiotSce money epeOiucn check ortnd regie. I rTk4 I by ell Dmnf si FatJ '.a c per bnCbx copy CIIENEY ot CO. then nnd rnblbr cered letter. Btod for subscrlb fcr It. AddreM M -- Tvirlolora, TOIXDO, OUia For Freah Cuts, Burns, Ulcers and Old Sorre, TIIK WhEKLY NKWS, 201 and 200 Itace street, Cincinnati, Ohio, For atl In olsnLrd by renay A UcAUiter. ... . Njrnp. For tdeer romDltlnl.DllDrmll. IndlceallonJauO' dice. Conatlpatlen, Hour blomach and all Bilious uieeawt, " Jd tth ' Jill ., ..IWO In gold JiO " , ONLY mmUL nr-i- N CURE TO!. CATARRH . 1W) (th ;th mi M , Liter ....... - " " " " And m Cnao tiie MAiiKrri ctlTorOne Hundred Dollar ., rl. "aUtrhfi-.rSJyiara- . iti'ii-Mir- Vro Dr. ORBirH IIIltcr-SHc- et Olutmcnl. laxiUm efJron, JVrurvart JUxrU and i'AoeriAoruati. ra jKSfataM farm. VgoDr.GHUu'HNIouiHcli BKtcra A A rotnbtna Ht cf Pr. e. n.ll.1.1. Tonic. Aotietlirr and Blood rurlller. and also cures Drpwpala. Indliratlon, Lifer Complaint, Malarial rerera and all periodical Diseases. Manufactured and for sale br Montlcello, Kj. mrMl orders U-br m.ll will recelte ptompt attention, Bole lt w. K. proprietor, 2&. X)., of i'ovrr it U IrW Upeiua-M- jroiniy, jsun nr am rite, fltat KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTK TO CINCINBfATI! And decidedly the Popular Route, affording, as It does, less change and superior accommodations to SEV.J.IfcTOWNZK, RCV.A. I. litmus Write: After n, thorottirh trial of the Indus try, IU., ao,y- WON Tur.iu, i loxe pteaaure 7V" "I conaldar It in ataunir mat i nave rwen a moat excellent remedy lor irreatir caneuted by iia tiae. Mlnlstor the debilitated vital force. and Pub lic bpeakora will nnd It of the createat valno where a Tonlo necea-narI recommend It aa a rotlablo remedial airent, posseaalntr undoubted nutritive and restorative propertle. teetnau. Ay., Iki. I, IMS. EZ3ES!!SmmEESZESSSSSSEmiSS2SE PURIFIES ILODE 1 y. Miiionri, Iowa, Eamai, Texai. fact, If yon Tie North, Northwest and West. Inyour Interest eonte uplat a trip In any direction, will b Le.ts.ned by purchasing your tickets rla K. a and Cincinnati. 2 Trains each way 2; Full man Pa) toe tars; Elegant Nw Day Coaches, and bsndsomtly furnished Uecllnlng Chair Cars form the unenualed equipment of this Did Reliable, thereby making a trip oter this line, on ol luxurious comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIMF. TABLE. IN EFFEOT DEC. nxmanrzt dr. harter medicine go., mv.)nsxt:.,e:.iamu -- THE- tt, I 1MI. INTERIOR Wl JOURNAL .TjiaaaaaaaaaVaaaaaaaaaaairtfT South. Lts. Co?togton. " KsliuuutbnM CjDthlana ' Paris.... Arr. Lexington... Lr. Lexington Huntington.. MOKTU. No. 2. 10 12 I No. 4. No.. 111 SO IIOlll Mau 00 am Wlncnt.lcr, Arr. MLBlcrllog., Atbland .. Lve, Huntington.. AibUnd.-- M Ml. BterllDg.. 1 21 T Ivtpu iwpn 21 p IT ItOpll lllpu lllpu llMpuj am p in I 20 p m 12 10 12 a m ft 43 p mllOiOpui 11 20 pro IS p m am 2 JO p ml 8 00pm I 10 p ml 911pm ft 09 u mhootpu a pm No. J. OS 4oaau No. 0. No. 1. ' Winchester Arr, Lexington .... Lra. Lexington... . pm - ItUmi lupin 12 21 m 7 IS a tu Ma ft SO 6 10 a a 2ft pm 4 4S p a 10 1 a tS pm Arr. CoTlngton. . .. ft 15 p m llftS a MAYaVILLE DIVIHION. No. Lr. LexIngtouApm. Arr Mayi rills 1 10pm Lexington 23am No, 10 Marnlll.ftOOsm. " Maysilll It 41am No. II " Paris 6 20 am. No. U " MaiMlll 12 lljim " Uxlnlont Stui " Cyntblsna..- -" Falmouth.. . l'srl.. ..-- -. tllipn Till I 00 p m IUI S M p m i 12 a TbOa ISpm M pm am 4 yunt dtlly. except Kundiyi bit through coach.. to Ut. elerllug and parlor car to Msritille. No. ft runs dally, bss elrgsutday coach trout Washington, Pullman Hleeper from Kanawha Kails and parlor ctrt from Lrilug on to CtocluoalL Only three slops. No. I and run dally, except Sunday, tnd bar through ccacbet from UunllDgbiu and Ut. Hterllng. Direct connection at Lexington with sltgea forUlcbuond,Ky.,Ltwrnctburg,Ky., and Versailles, Ky. C. L. BROWN, O. W. BENDER, buperlnttndtnt. Oen't Fats. & Tkt. A tissual okccj, Cotlogton, Ky, No. rune dally, and bas daycoacbia froniClo-clont- tl to Waahlngton, Pullman Hleepertto Kanawha Falla. W Va. and Rrcllulrg Chair Car to btopt only at station! on K. C. It. It. wriere time I. glren. No. 2 runt dtlly, except Huodty: hat through eoaebtalo II un Ington. No. t - AIP JOB PRINTING OFFICES Is Freparod to do all kinds of Printing in tlio Beat of Style and at City Figures. Try us. srrsisA.M- - it