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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 23, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883032301_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 23, 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. taw n w Mwniii'iir 'jEdii T rati - IReekl ER01O. hivict .jtv. - ntefio 23, 1883. Costive nets, Jaundice, Impurity of the Wood, Fever snj (Ague, Mularl. and nil Dlteate canted by I)o- rangemenf ot liver, Bowels tnd Kidneys. BTMPTOMS OP A DISRASKO I.TTEB. Dad nreath ; rain In the SMe, tomttlmtt the It fill andtr the Shouldtr-btadt- , mliufccn (or heumamm, general lott of tppetitt, llowclt Centrally cotdre. tometimet alternating with laii the bead It troubled with pain, It dull and beary, with considerable lott of memory, accompanied wiOi A mtfmri. NEW ForPTffwptln, Rlck IlMtiUeh, SERIES-NUMB- ER i 4v VpjJlJME - STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MARCH The Cincinnati Dramatic Pettiral. A 132. SemiW. Judge Pining Hlmtelt Tickled Hoetler. P. WALTOH, .-. i editor and Proprietor 7wr7. WALTON. Butlneu Manager I'nbUehut Tuemtau unit frlitawt 99.00 11311 ANNUSI, M"Meee vot'l trad tlampi la payment of tub-- l '" ttur " " l srflplloe.'Mapt 'qnUknehinre, and then of do. noratnMtetH ioi ortVihrHsreiiK Cim for Chichn Cholera tlio Country Qtntleinan aja; "1 bavu curt J nil cmim Ofclitcken cholera thnt hnvo oc currctl in my flock in tlio following manner: The tick bird was rotnovi-to ncoup in n thndy, retired placo in tho garden, a pieco of common 'blue pill' aa largo aa a pea was put down its throat, and it was left without food, aud only froth water in abundanco for a woek. At that time tho low! rccov ered. Four years ago I lust SO fowls from contagion, and perhaps crowd ing helpod it; but the ditoaso was on tho farms all around me, and bun drods qf dead iowls were iyiug about Alter that I had mare or less of it for two years, until I thoroughly cleaned out the houte, removed tho soil a foot with a in depth and ued lime-was- A corrcupondcut "I Tho Hrrangcmcnts for the dramatic festival in Cincinnati, which will begin April SO, havo been considerably advanced. Tho complete programme ia now announced. The first play i 'Julius Crejar," with James E Mur docli as Marc Antony, John McCul lough as liruUu, Lawrence Barrett as Canute, Liuis James m Qetar, Kato Foryth as Portia, aud Marij Wain, wrigbt in Uulimrnia, This'Vill be on Wedntsday afternoon. On Tuesday night, "It onico and Juliet" will 1)0 given, with Barrett aa Ilomto, Mary Anderson as Juliet, and as Mcrcutio. On Wednesday evening tho play is "Much Ado About Nothing," with Mile. Uhea as llcalrice, JJarrett as Henedick, and ugh A Kllslcr and Charles Plunk-et- t in the cast. "Oihollo" comes on Thursday night, McCullough playing the Moor, Barrett layo, Miss Andcr son Detdcmona, and Clara Morris Emilia This will be repeated on Saturday night. "Hamlet" will be played on Friday night, Murdoch taking tho title role, McCullough tho Ghott, Kllsler Poloniut, Barrett Hora tio, and Nat Goodwin Firtt Grave-digg- er. Shaktpoaro will bo departed Irom for the Saturday matinee, when "The Hunchback" will bo played fountain pump all over; but during with McCuIIoiirIi aa Matter f alter, the two years I cured every sick fowl Barrett as Clifford, Goodwin as Mw.hu and Miss Anderson as Julia.by ,tbi .treatment. Aweekwassuffi clent to rcsloro the excrement to its Tho State of Missouri has just uiual healthy color. I3ut the bird adopted high licence for liquor, with a should bo removed as soon aa it provision for local option requiring a pale around the head, nan the two thirds vote in each block, town or yellowish green dung is observed. I township for tho establishment ot a with corn will believe aaloon. The tax is also a heavy ono, produce this disease, which is bilious-enteri- c a portion going to the State and a por fever, and nothing else." tion to the county. The law also in Ati' Irishman was employed lately cludes stringent regulations regarding doing some work on ono of tho rail- the hours of closing, and a heavy pen way bridges on one of the Northern ally for celling to minors or intoxicaline. He had occasion to climb up ted persons. This system of heavy one of the iron pillars that supported tax and stringent regulation is rapid the bridge to do some work and just ly supplanting prohibition where the as the engineer who was superintend latter was in vogue aud is being adopt log' tho job happened to be walking ed in many States where heretotore underneath, down camo Paddy flop there has been perfect freedom of on his sbomdrr, sending him sprawl- trade in liquor. Within the next ten ing. Aa coon as the engineer regain years it will probably bo in force in ed his feet bs ejaculated, "Hello, moot of the State of the Union. s over-feedin- g Johu Forty years ago Eaton ton was a fast tawn. Gambling of all kinds, cock fighting and horse racing was the rule, aa it is tho exception now. Why, sir, nt orio term of tho court or 1810 tho grand jury returned ono true bill against forty persons, John W. Ashurat, solicitor general, and a number of prominent lawyers iuclud-ed- , in one batch for gambling. It waa in this cato that it is said Judge Cono made himself famous. When tho cato nns reached all of tho defend ants arose and pleaded guilty. Judgo Cone fined each ono of them 810 and costs, and lectured them severely upon the uceleuuess and immorality of such habits an 1 tho vicioutness of tho which they were setting for tho youth of tho country; then command ing the defendants to take their seats, with a solemn faco but a merry twinkle in his eye, ho turned to the clerk and said : "Now, Mr. Clerk, enter after these cases, 'Stato pf Georgia vs. Judgo Cone-- , gaming special infor ra ation by His Honor; plea of guilty,', and fino him 8100 and costs. Call Eatonton (Ga ) tho next case, sir." 18-1- An Indiana farmer walked into the house the other day with a tickled look on his face and his bat on his ear and called out: "By gum Hanner, what do you thiuk?" "What's happened nowT" "You know that fellow that told me the churn and bad me sign a paper?'' 1 lmSftlSF Ohronla DUr-tha- t, WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND HEADY TO PUT ON, .A.T "Yes." "Well, that paper fifty dollars." was a note And for "Noal" "True as preaching. what clso do you suppose ?" "Ho sold it?" "Right you aro. Went and sold it to a bank and I've got to pay it. Think of it, Hanner my note good 'nufl to be sold to a bank four atoriee high aud with plate glass windows, and tbey send me just the eamo kind of a notice to pay as they would a rich man. I must let old Sims hear of it in some way. The Sims family look upon us as scrubs, and here we are treated the same as if we rode in Wall a kcerage behind four horses. a painful icntatf on of learlag undone tomcthlne which ought to have been donei a alight, dry cottgn and flatbed face It tometimet an attendant, often mistaken for contumptioot the patient complaint of wearlneit and debility t nerrout, easily ttanledt feet cold or burning, tometimet a prickly tensatlon of the skin eilttt, spirits are low and detpondent, and, although tadified that cxerclte would be bene, ficial, yet one can bardly summon up fortitude to try It la fact, dittruttt erery remedy, Sercral ot the abort symptoms attend the disease, but caact hare occurred wnen but few of them existed, yet elimination after death hat shown (he IJrer to bare beea tttenalrely deranged. M'HOBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists itiul Iiooksellcrs, Opera Hohso Blook, Stanford, Ky. ' ..... bo need by alt persona, old and young, whenever any of tho aboro symptoms appear. Peraon Trarr-llnj- ; or Urine In Unhealthy tmcallllea.Tiy taking a dose occasionally to keep the Urcr In healthy action, will avoid all Malaria, lllllnut attack!. Dimness, Nau. tea. Drowsiness, Depression of Splritt, etc It wiU Inngorate like a glau of wine, but is no bererage. If Ton hare eaten anything" hard ot digestion, or feel beary after meats, or aleep-le- tt at night, uke a dote and you will be rtUtred. It aborild H. Stanford, G. - RUPLEY, Kentucky, MKIICHAIVT TAII.OIt, Messenger Pat, jou come "Frara the narth of Oireland, replied' (where did from ?" ur," Pal A new fdibnacrax) is thus described by paper: "Can you drawacat is, the latest social question, and you are immediately, banded pencil and paper and requested to givo your beat idea oi a cat without model or semblance. One ludy I know has what eho calls "a cat baa ket." wherein she keen all tho at tempts of fther friends to draw a feline. bow fow people real- Jylktww how a cat looks. Ask your Muixmxa Fflurr TiiEns.-Aw- ri fricadsy to' draw a cat and see tho ter in "Gardening Jllutlrated' gives Boston Globe. ftQlBgs t4ey make. It ifutonUhiug This is tho greeting which a Texas paper extends to a new pastor: "The He v. Mr. Giant-- , the pastor for tho en suing year, has came. lie has pretty good clothes, doubtless purchased with means saved by systematic starvation from his salary of last year, for he looks u littlo lank. It is, perhaps, quite proper that tho 'world,' aud es ecia!ly his church members, should tako his good clothes into consideration, and dead beat tho Lord this year. There is nothing; more to be appreciated than 'free religion."' Puuni.no. Iu early spring pruning of young apple and pear trees, the form may be much improved by mod ilying the work according to the uat ural growth of tho tree. If, for in stance, the growth is naturally quite erect oc upright, the brauches will be too compact or crowded ii this natur al teudency is not relieved; and with, such appio trees as the Northern Spy and Early Strawberry, and the Bart-let- t and the Buflum pear, when the beads are thinned, leave such shoots as point outward, and cut away those which aro erect and crowing; but in pruning those which become too spreading or drooping, like tho Itbode Island Greening, cut away the downward branches and leave tho most erect. The Staked Plains are fast losing their reputation for being a barren devert. Says a Croabv county paper: "We learn from n gentleman just from that section that tho colony of Quakers who are settled on the Staked Plains, iu Crosby county, have the finest crops this year ever seen in Northern Texas. They havo eent word to the stockmen in that couutry that tbey will sell corn at ten cents a bushel lees than it can be bought on the railroad, and they will bo prepar ed to furnish any reasonable amount. Street News. The Texas Live Slock Journal says that "with yearlings at 812 each, cows at 840 per head pay better than gold mines. You cannot buy any property that will grow you out of debt aa fast as a lot of good cows. It makes no difference what a man pays for cows or young cattlo, they will out grow any overprice in a few years. The biggest fortunes made in the cat tle business, have been made by men who stuck to their she cattle and only sold steers when these were ready for beef." An Enioma Can any of onr little readers send us the solution of tho following? 1 li Id trip, bat Dot In Uattl, 2 ii not la dirt, bat In S It In duknea, but not tn light. And hat ail the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Injurious kftcr effects. Time and Doctors' mils will be sared by always keeping the Regulator In the Home I For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe nurgatlrr, alterative and tonle can nererbcout of place. The remedy It harmleae and does not Interfere with bntlneia or pleasure. IT IS rDRELT VEOETAnLK, A Governor' Tettlmony. MV Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of (la., tart t Have derived tome benefit from the uat of Simmons Uvcr Regulator, and wish to give It a further dial. pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never have found anything to benefit me to the client Simmons Liver Regulator hat. I tent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would tend further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are tint llarlv affected to give It a trial at it teems the only thing that never failt to relieve. P. M. J Amur, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. IT. Mason says I From actual ex. perience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I have been and am satisfied to use and prescribe It at a purgative medicine. only rTakeU'rapperthetheGenuine, which always red Z Trade-Mar- Simmons Urcr Regulator bat been in use la my family for tome time, and I am satisfied it It a valuable addition to the medical science. J Giu. Sitorraa, Governor of At. JLETJD !ft nCSlTIAIBILIEIi:: ioisVeeA will-kcei) HARNESS SHOP. "Tho only Thing that never fallt to Relieve." I nave used many remedies for Dys- Having bought out S. 11. Bauglimuii, wo on hand a nice lot of llorscs ami liugglcs, which wo will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tlio day or week. Wo are also in And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Respectfully, A. T. WUWJVEM,E, OTASSS&V. THIS COAL rraaA.iE:9 ("! cloture of " J. II. ZEILIN 4 k CO. not In powrr. but in mis bt; 8 It In (union, but not la it S In furloof, but not In mile; 7 U In fortm, but not In fort, 8 li in banter, but not In tnorl; It In rlebet, bat not In wtiltb, 10 Jwt;t In pila, nttrr In hwdth. BY ALL DRUGGISTS. jl, TO THE PUBLIC W Groceries, Provisions, fee., AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. will sow pay special attention to M Titr. tbo W.I.V Tin; ill. with iiu: iitity mak. uiitynf "T'jh Iron M...' arOUSTOM GltlNDING.-- I Jlwii with tlw Iiuo jiver Won MHigfitclorily est ibhuLc-Alumt tliojtxtr 1079 lto wns earned witii "r M.uk," t We roralte to give aatltfictlon, and when desired will give Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make either bolted or unbolted meal 110--t WcA LIN IEK A NALLEK. EH. C. BRIGHTS TAIVirOJRI, St. Asaph Block, xuic Lr.Axisa rutrvit or I'is.t. y Gen.jtU. 8. Grant recently wroto to Hon. Frank L. Wolford, our" saying among other things that he (Grant) had always cheriihed a hih regard for Wolford, A'c, and j pressing, the bope t that when the Tatter' goes to Congress o will work and voto for the protection oi Col; Wol ford's reply It was to tho ef was characteristic. both his conscience and the foct that sentiment, of his constituents would prevent such a course on his part. Columbia (Ky.) Spectator. Ameri-catiifdustrie- directions for mulching fruit trees, which he has found tho most successful. He removes tho soil down to the roots, mulchea with manure, and then replaces the soil so aa to cover the manure. This prevents any of it from blowing about, and it will not become so dry as when fully exposed. About two Inches of soil over the two inches of manure will answer well. ,' Om Love. In No veniber, . '70, Felix Ilauschild and Miss Mary Sergeant were united in the! holy borids of matrimony. With- for and - Jn wp joara ,be lady applied received a. divorce, in n year alio "narried another man, aud was ngaiu divorced;tana yetiagain aho was married and divorced again. Now, to ejl jup with,' this evening the first happr bridegroom adpiicd for a license ' to marry her again. Four Com. times rnarried.-rrFrankf- ort Back to the -- to, LooeKN A TiaiiT Sckuw. Tho London Builder says: "Oue of 'Jthewost simple and readiest methods a'for(locseniug a rusted screw is to np ply heat to tho head, of tho screw. A small bar pr-i- od of iron, flat, at the "endrifreddbued in'tlieflrd and applied lor a couplo or threo minutes to the head oi tho rusted scrow, will, as soon as it beats the (crew, render its with as dMullM eay. by. thu screw-drive- r BWaHWaWari(5rt waW nulv a rweutlv 'iuecruM rr r How A Paris merchant, who hns been several times' robbed by unfaithful cashiers, has invented an infallible test of competency. Tho cashier presents himself, offers his servieeashows his references. Then the merchant says: "Show rao how you would erase a mistako iu your figures.1' Tho aspiring cashier sots to work with scrap or, ink eraser, and what not, aud if ho diiccoeds in destroying all traces of the erasure, ho is invited to tako his bat aud bis leave. Tho theatre, in tho face of tho pi ous ban, is growing more and more into promiuence as tho popular recro-atioas an educator of the people aud as a moral power. Ou the other hand, tho moral influence of thoee who condemn the theatre is comparatively growing lees. This is a social problem which needs a now method Cincinnati Com. of troatment. A colored man whilo digging ' a pojtholo in old road.iuear the residence of WA. Bjbaunoureceiitly, found a gold watch at the depth of eighteen incboa'bolow tho surface. The works and caio were iu good repair, but owing to the fact that it had not been wound for soma years was uot Eminence Constitution ruouing. alist. Highly sugar coated: A New York divorce lawyer's advertisement reads: incompatibilities as a "Hymeuial Tis specialty, carefully adjusted. slavery to detain tho baud, after the ' heart bath fled." ' - i The question as to whether a'hus band has a right to exact that bis better half shall build the fire ia to be settled iu Indiana, A minister's wife has raised the issue iu a suit for diTho jury in tho case have a vorce, isolomu duty to perforin. This i a time when married men shQullBtaud together. Vj screw, -- 3m' KtrrcH-to tho,Cistlo of A correspondent, writing of tho Leanand wore during tho journey a ing Tower of Fisn, Fays that, whether by Irfnck mnsk, ivhich wan not of iron, but accident or design, no ono can now tell, Detlree to call attention to the Large and Comprebcnilr Btock of ol l!nek velvet, htrcngtbeniHl with the inclination of tho structure roakea it OroccrltH, ProTlttlouH, CoufoclloiierlcH, Tobacco, C'lKHrM.-ttc- , whalebone, nml secure t behind with look and feel to tho visitor as if it were b keeps alwajt on band. Makes a apectilty ol Handling Ooodt at Wbo!etale on Hmtll rrontr. fctvtl spungR, i r by means of a lock, as about to tall. It is ISO feet high and is Wblch Ooodt delivered within town limltt free of charge imniu my. Tlio onion nrero that if bo thirteen feet out of the pe"pondicular. revealed liimolf be wis to le killed. Ho This ia stated cvcrynhern, and is no An Austiu youth has been paying was com eyed in lCSti to tho islo of Salute doubt true, but I supposo there aro his nddrefses to n""young!ady, under Murgiu rita, and duuug tho poua&go tho many persons who, likomyeclf, expected tho impression that sho was wealthy, strictest watch i aa kept that ho might to ace a building erect, tho center of Finally she told him promptly that not allow himself to bo discovered. The who&o top was ontsido tho center of tho bank, had failed, aud Jhat she, was iinkuoun prisoner was in 1C9S conveyed gravity. hidThia is not tho cosp by any moans. It penniless, after which hii attentions to tho IMstile, and was, ns before, -DEALEI1S IN- den behind the mask. In that prison tlio la truo that a ropo falling from tho censlackened up. A fow days ago she captive remained until his death, iu 1730. ter of the top would strike tho wall at said to him: "Dear George, it seems On Nov. 20, the day after hia death, tho bottom of the tower aid, but the to mo that since you found out I am he was buried in the cemetery of St, rope wonld not fall outside the towor nly a poor girl you have ceased, to Tiftd, under the'namo of Machloti. The wall. In a short timo I satisfied myself love me.,f "You don't say sol" re- unknown u trcatejl with the great oM and two other visitors of this fact. The joined the candid youth; "do you respect bnt mj closely was hi watched apparent contradiction of tho laws of know that the very same idea has oc- that lie was not permittod to take off hia nature disappears, then, in a moment. mask oven in the presence of the physiTaking the bnilding as a wholo lot Texas Siftings. curred to me?" cian who attended him. Many conject ting a line fall from the center o' CUKINO llAlli AND BEEF. To ures havo been hazanled astouho "1 lie tho top if this lino fell outside of the four gallons ot water add six or eight Mnn with the Iron Mask" could have baae in that case the building would pounds of fine silt (according to tbo been, tbo one generally accepted at the violate the law of gravity if it rewho havo carefully mained standing. I bclievo the archilength of time that meat is to bo present day by thoae investigated the subject being tho fol- tect planned 'thia optical delusion. kept,) and three ounces of saltpetre, lowing: It is conjectured that ho wa a Thero are no signs of any giving way iu Salt, Limo, Comont, Fiold Seeds, Plows and Farming with molasses or sugar to givo flavor Count Matthioli, Ministd- of Charles the structure. No crack or cro vice gives Implements. Call and soo the genuine Hamilton Plow . to the brine. This picklo should be III., Dako of Mantua. Tbi Minister evidence of rapid or alow settling ot tho scalded, but uot boiled, and stirred had been largely bribed by Louis XIV., walla. Tho architect know vory well how till the'salt ia dissolved, skimming off and hod pledged himself to urgo the eoady the eye can be deceit ed. Tho Apply hot; then tbo Duka to givo up to tha French the all that rises ot Casalu, which gavo access to tho firmness ot tho masonry, tho gradual brine will strike to the bono. Louis found that 'ascent, the symmetry of tho whole, wholo of Lpinbardy. An Austin Justieoof tha l'eaea )vas Matthioli was playing him falsa, and provo beyoud a doubt that it was built 5 I i It J ' led frhtoraarry a couple, rftil ask-- . lured him to tho French frontier, and as it now stands. Tlio walla Mow are rile Ii 'qUestfon, if they desired then had him socrotly arrested and ENCJIIN'JC. very thick, and unless theeo should givo the usual As he was Minister Plenipo- way there is but ono othomethod by bo united in the bonds of matrimo to ny, and the bridecroorn retorted: "Of tentiary at tho time, hia seizure was a which tho building could be overthrown. tlagrant violation ot international law, If tho stones were to slip from their ' course, old boss 1 If we didn't, what SAVE AND DUB ABLE which it wtta ttafer to bo able to deny places, flion, little by littlo, it would be iti a uaues uo yoa suppose, wa came thau to justify, and, when tho denial dislodged. But the whole structure is In fact, there It no Knjlae that enua't It for Price. 8lraollclty. Durability an Reliable Work. It It juit TUB EMI INK to Drift here for" Texsjjjojdpu'tike to was mado 6'nce, tlio "honor" ot Franco keyed and bolted and cemented into a waste lime on useless questions, even was involved iu upholding it eolid mass. It it leaned nine foot more for the sako of form. than it does, then it would fall, because . h t been hunting up the pedi CORN SHELLERS, PRINTING PRESSES l)r. Tanner, tho celebrated huu-- i the aura of its weight would fall outside . f A lady of experience objervea that the center of gravity. Tho myatery dis, iu in, niil finds ho is ot vjry ancient a good way' to pick' out' a husoaud ' is at once when we examine it, Siiwh, forty-thin- l verso of chop-- i appears to see how patlehtly'lhe raan'walts for ii ngo. The but the curioua ejOfoct upon ono'a uervea r n,iiii', Act of Apostles, read : "And dinner when- it. is. behind time. It ho in making the ascent and standing on OlllN, O(inuti) pass, hat ho tamed many the ton ia nevnrtlm'orn roitl. doesu'f Uoiuy, hjpg,uioe violent thau ' nh vw S inon A. Tanner. "Bur. kicjk, tha furpiture and blaspheme he Owma to tho great tucrctoo of manu. 'matou llwkye, MillM, l'rcs.seH, factories and tho abandonment of politis a mighty patient and good natured r uan HrATisrifs, w'n'ch havo been carefully ical agitation, Polaud is now called "tha . .. aho-A'e. that thu emigration from Hclff'iim of tii'iia." Col. IugerspJI's fuljier ouco offered gnfliored, r i'" thu Ut sixty yeara has Uenua-iplusT PIUS! PILES I a praer that occupied an hour and an.nuted to 3,500,000, fhe greatest seventeen minutes in it delivery, and luuo of which ubiiit nnniitg'a Aeio VUeoeerv or ChII Ht Tke Ih (crier JTHrHHl Office HHd hccohk of tbo denlrHble Br. mt iuftra that lu luki'ii plueu miicu 1H50, mid mostly MtM U a radical cbtng from Ibe old mnedltt the Rochester KuglHCH ia epcratleu. IlcaHewbcr every Lhkho k.r.ir,f,,r. in usa. Tha Disease rv It lb rtiult of hrtH ottr gHHrHutcc. Kewdlt: ho must, have beeu praying lor his to iho Uui'O-- Mitt a. Inmllgatlon jeartofpatlenliclentine study tnd We tty to all purchasers tbtt we fuarantte our Dookwallec Eogloea to be welt tnd tuUtiDllally nutate, aw cons?n. This is one of the .casts where made; tobe tale, aluiple, durable and complete tn con.tractlou; to stork vellaud flte the full powtr being cured of Catarrh Into toe character or inn rmiuiui Thousands are We make the abort guarantee, aud tell on the follow. vince you el lit great merit, call on Fenny A claliued when properly atlaclsed and iutu;el. prayer remained unanswered. every year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that ottsford, or W. M. Wtbtr, Ml. Vernon, lot cooaiiioot. rii' win give ine purcoaser sue urss wutji auvr sue arrival us iavs.oiBffw 11 is :,'. -i " i a talr aud satisfactory trial; 1 case the Lntlne failt to cunitnp to our luarastte. we will Uke back the tha doctor had g.lvtn up and raid could tnd get a sample box free ef rharge. Engine, rrtuudotery dollar rectlted on the Engine, provided tbt purcbaaer rtturnt the Loglatlo hit Tbo sixty damsels who were Detret railroad tlatlon, tad Iraste It tublwt to our ordtrbf the elgae ol laid W aa;' trial. not be cured. 76 cent a bottle. Sold bv Aleiiodrr riuutorr, or DlootuteM, Jod., tajt Certainly no man lould a k fr a uore UUtal 0r and contru I. to.lly from fixf.jn thp,Mlwau-ke- e Penny & McAlitttr, Stanford, Ky. herrgtrdi Braea't Kxpetteraal (ho best cough LOOK AT OUR PRICES: Feiiiald 'College"! iu theV night Used. For tat by Penny A 1110 00 Power Eutlue and Boll.r Cbenev A Co., proprietor Hall's remedy bt bat trer and W.M.WtUr. MUVetuoo. F.J. WcAUsler.BUDfurd, .Hone Powti boglne and Holler, dresses, did not mind it much. Most su 00 Catarrh Cure, oflsr $100 rard (or any Hone Power 'otlne tnd Holler ... .. none roeer tMgme tna twner... of them were wealthy, and had theii cat of Catarrh that can't be cared with X wo d I lb wltt It tufflclrnt. Ntitr neglect aieiirtica en cart at BpruiMueui. utio. bottle of Prow n't a cough when gurmeAtsji Ijeabllfujly 'tfged with roal Hal)' Catanh Qurt. Sold by Penny A Kr further tofonnttloa and deecrlpllfeptupbltt, aidreattbe uitaufaeturtr., will curt you, For al by rtooyAUcAlltltr, 03 tf lace. JAMEN LEFFEL. tic CO., NnrlHicHeltl, Obl. Mclister, Stanford, Ky, BlaotorJ, sod W. M, WtUr, Ht. Vttno. tlio ntintr-- t j l, --- KY., A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, Glass ware, Queensware, Wooden and Willowwaro, Stoves, Grates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, - for-tre- OEBBA HOTTSB BLOCK. BOOKWALTER THE POHTA15JLE 1 SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. r.-iT- Wood - .'! Cottou Corn CrcanicrlcH, 'iiiimerzMZ V.3i.liJ!.JJB?w !jiHjCt';- vlHVjwW lcvtorN, talHMiTX FocaMills, Iltiy Idiilhcs, Votl-Exp- m com-pell- Sny-cc- ot Eipee-lort- ot 'B I ra. How the snllt flock o (Tmi country chapelt, or the old stofte pile at lock me tip, whether t lHt fl or not. Weill taere i a little In that Irish Cs,Ml'l'th rWeae hd? reaeiel Walnut Hills, Bttde Un 6 how and 35 minute wa altered: thliCt!tetlrM( I kHke wat 1 them ahtj, Hub fog thjm Iwto (tie iott ft fcemloa. I mutt not Irofi Uvergtol portvna&of betieara. They stream r"f they were, only homlWcr The rouatel oos to jat niton Use (em warmer. At the QT.A.IfcTaS'OrRID, doors, dffcy IHI mofttenl Coat a Sat track with a pile whine at turn, like young puppies, a ad old slips for pews, without March 23, 1883 they follow the steamer in a great flocks, and unclesn looking The outside row ot curlou looking boxes; 2 feet long, 0 Friday Morale, Inches thick, 10 Inches wide, flat bottomed, many hundreds together. The sky astern of pews uncarpeled, which yet was an Im oval lopped, wooden I lire side, copper strange - , . , - - EBItf R Is almost "dark with pinions " These shore proveroent on those In the centre that were: 2hey ted on lop; which, Aaalengerireceptacle, W. P. WALTM, feel, jiitt gulls M heavier and darker than the out the place lighted bf row ot pipe, Mi re' (hrusi' irf arming ,bfutelBe guard, Jockalh door. Ah 11 - Hij lrg- -. lightning w.rodrMtWitb.ilr to ae feittW Oa.swl4t.tof garbOwixa to the fid that a great man of pounce in a bunch, and the luckiest gets tip on each, run up from the back of while It sddi to comfort, crown our position wild sHipvrlatlve degraour tab,crlU gat, theipapeMlhe night it. The rest don't'fiflLhtmbflt;taT fair pewl to the "height of MTen Of eighr feet, dation., toot warmers! Like an old silfchat play, , and exact-- ' K oW fathtfeecd bat, parched ler going to meeting in winter with hot WthtrtMl3atol,'IMl itirtat&K IjaltarnJgljMH It the pulpit an ki fcir,Jttuld em- more thaw l trie town Mirer; quite In mid air and reseiid by a wlndag stair, brick tucked under bw toe. Whv not bick of the lurnisb jus with a pair of coart slocking! brace IfiSilhSk own, we Jra? decided furlons, , mrtll theWttJk torn fete blta. the bsMliraal font each? This being lucked comfortably In ftfter'tkls tseMte pat tfc,pftfs in the ThelMkjvMeitH'to'titgertraeJr break church a marble , basin w'ib four Ik firs being locked up, exceeds! Out Op and itop the delirery by hind. fast, the empty fly on with tireless wing but greasy cherub on it, which, on foot warmeril Wife and the glrlt didn't from Its position, I judge ws wed by rem pursued of the proper spirit nd acXextTueadtr if jou do not get jour piper till they get something. thing and said they were tually used at the I. J. office yon will find It atthe P.O. Th channel It lltelr all day with sails Catholics for holy water, in ancient days of very nice. Ithe kicked the end ot mlrre unof rsrlou kind bowling out be lore a fair former possible occupation; this being der Ihe rott and refused to receive Its mol-- I HD TES 0r CURRENT EVENTS. wind, while we go up against It. The dear conjecture, however; and not nVehlon; tying warmth. Happily it wat a delightJudge Krerlon J. Conger, Aeeoclste LORD gltw a perfect day for the last one gallery wth dingy, painted pillars running ful day and ray Indignant protest cost me Juitice of the Territory of Montana, baa of this propitious voyage. In the morning round three aides; row of tinging boys nothing. Had It been cold a Greenland, I dare aay, I should have bottled mv been suspended for drunkenness and gam cioud.Viik pitches of blue tky, through dreosed In white; response set to music; Wrath, corked it, and put my feet on my bling. t which we got the Vnoat glorious effects of and other custom of the Episcopatafa-mitla- n loot atove with degrading submission. Cold haa appointed Geo. D. The President ball. The Curate, after a monotn toe conquer stubborn pride. 1 own it light and shade on sea and land imaglna Sage United States Judge for the Southern with shame. Foot warmer, fortoot hi I ble. After this a 'cloudless sky and the noits reading of the prayer In which one atu happy lo say we had - District of Ohio, rice Win. White, de a most joyous channel as smooth as a rirer and a clear could join, alter a fashion, took bit text ride to London There i little diflerence cliffs of tifeen Erin from Matthew's call to the ministry from between flrst class and third, but th fart. Houses at Lexinglori, Ky , hare been sunset behind the numbered for postal delirery. There arc The water I changed from the deep blue the "receipt ofteuttom," In the 9th ol The aristocrat pay double for bis ride, Matthew. The good man raid some good only ride on leather cushion with a queer 3,000 numbers In all. Street letter boxes of the fathomless ocean to an exquisite little headrett at the side, instead ol our green of shoal depths. Praise the LORD, things, and aa a sermon it wa perhaps thirtl-clawere also put up. rep. The fare to London is 10 ($420) tht distance The de psalters in the. Freedmen s this Satutdajr sight as we lie .down, ex above the ordinary run ol the C J racy shillings and Bro.G. pronounced it ftach; bat there was 200 miles, abouL That ia cheap enough. Bink are ooajf he JJid attllTldo'd'of 7 peeting by HUjroodneas to bejothe Pullman palace and sleeping car are the When thisIsptWtlrt etafe? sej by sunrise, tad ofl theatewer by 8 or to little to feed a hungry soul In its plstl only American innovation allowed upon aereaty-twper 9. From first to last Hta geodneu haa tudes, that do what I woutd (and I do the dlildendawlllamoHaVto carriage of the "Fathcent. been crowning ua with "loving kindness hate (0 stop In church, ot to be tlepk up ers." The freight cars are higher ofl the Bbikp Mentio!-- . Col.T.M. GreeniOf and tender mercies." Wiggins' great cy- on) I was lulled by the plan monotone of icrbund than our, and with the spoked the Maysrille Ea$U, and his courln, Mis clone is not for at, nor for any one, I trust. our preacher Into slumber, and actually wheel instead of our solid disc, reminds Pattie Craig, of Dantille, are to marry HE whom we love and serve holdeth the bad tw6'pronounce4 napaaad several nods m of a man with long legs, abort body and head torled between hi ahouldert next month. Oor. Sprague has also the "waters In the hollow of Ilia hand," the before he was through. Perhaps I lost They may be much better than our. I only democratic nomination for Governor ol "wind in his fin." Praise Him forever aleep (be night before. That will account mite what slrock me, and Ihe way It did for some of it, perhp doing so much Thirty mite out, running at high speed Rhode Island. The prohibition conten- and ever. wed I red into smoky Manchaster,and even tion at LouIiTllle haa been postponed till 'S3 Monday morn preaching myself, I find it a bard to keep ni(r Pittsburg must stand aside for smoke. Liverpool, Mar.6, April 19. The Gaiercor of Tennessee hss leg. We steamed up the Mersey a little awake under another' eermnniiing, as It beat all. We dimly descried Ihe roofs signed the hill repudiating the State debt does a hard worked farmer forcibly kept of a few houses we pawed over, and that way yesterday morning, and dropped anehi.r ontJbe all, Fifty yards from the train all 50 percent and paying;' 3 per cent to"wa!t for Trfth .tide before-vofurther. ciuletonehourln all the 7 time 21. Or wat balance. The reps, hare nominated Sadler The steamer gara.ua " early bteakfatt, at it my hve been the malterand manner waa blotted out. We onlv stopped a lew running in on a V and then sped and the dems. Stephens forfarorof Cin- 7 o'clock, akd by 9 we were ready to go of? of good Dc Dryasdust. At any rate 1 aiiiutas, a oui again, lucomoiive nucning onio our cinnati. Ml .tna ji again In, eruption. la Xht tender Satellite, that in half an hour slept, which I did not do when I went at (rain'Sl Its other extremity, and those who night, to bear Smith and Fullerton nxje forward clanged to backwards for the 's Queen Victoria fell on It stepa ofaabe transierred ua ana our oaggage 10 ine iourner. Ensllsh railways Evangelist from London, who are rest ol th Windsor Palace 00 Wednesday and eYere Oaidiag. Sage," which is aT floating ar higher rate of speed than ours now holding service in the "Rotunda." 'niiifiulrt a ly injured her knee. rangement, 600 yards long and about 30 with very few exception. Track perfect, yard fide, wlth,C)utqai House, apartment Mr,mith sang a solo and wtot ofl o an double, well ballasted and perfectly encEYery thing like a' yard, well FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE' aod.waitlng rooms on it, the hUgeal thing other point to preach, but Mr. Fullerton lose-!.' kept, ob either aide. Engine look odd to oVtheklna world, pertups, 'fht gave ua some sweet gospel. Only there us and not sq elaborately bound in bras Mr. Barnes' First fepesMOBs Graph liaa'ontheMerveylahrea'of Ahe'Hoirfol wa no waving of the net after the services. MAM kHSMAl(lfl HaIhIaJ kcctu n AlM I uur iiiuiucutcu isiiitni MOAAA laMf Defcribea. The house was jammed, the people were Voa theMldlsad, with uuti, driving wheel, gr.it Liverpool pad opposite Birkeabfad. evidently Impressed, but they were die and nrodleiona iDeed. Eniineer or "sto Aa we came up through the sharp, foggy "PRAISE THE LORD." ker" hat no anug little house, a ours, only morhlng?air of this fintSus)day morning in missed with an invitation to remain for asbrt'of fender and hood above with oval prayer at an after meeting. I felt like glass The sereral' other lettera from Mr. Old England, we wondered eye ret in the fender No protecat the miles of of the con- tion from tide current of wind or rain I Barnes, written while a, sea, wiH appear in docks, where ships of" all the w6rldiie screaming to soe due time. We publish these first sc that moored, discharging or taking in cargo. gregation go out. Follerton slipped away only describe the one on onr train. At Darby we get a delicious glass of his friends will know how to direct their Fancymilea of stonewall on a river's bank, to the other meeting to join Smith, and (lu pence) and mother left the after meeting to be worried to milk for letter to him. Eo ' J 20 feet high, the huge blocks cot smoothly at Nottingham. No water on the train death, by a lot of brethren, who prayed and none served at station. No water and laid like a house wall, with appropri St.Gsobob's Channel. S.8.Pavohu, and exhorfed without a aingle invitation, closet aa on onr trains I could hardly March .', 18S3 ate openings all along to let the ships in. until every body was worn out; when we imagine such a state of discomfort on tkm Inttrhr: the iveseels We sighted .fifat ard about 5 Oace within thit outer wall, all went away dejected. It wa a "lame such magnificent equipped roads. distrlhot But oor ride' was ecstatic. The dear by'a "Viefwork' of water and impotent a conclusion" of a good-b- e o'clock this morning Jvfosale Head and are LORD gave us a lovely day and we up early enjotlng ways and warping with cables to theli ginning and promising, as I ever saw. its light. We were all the lovely landscape nrt where on resting place, where they have the aame the delightful morning att and the sight of .these good men are doing a precioua earth so lovely a in dear Old England. depth of water as at high tide outside, work In Liverpool, I hear. Moody and "The dear- hedge rows of Old England" the bold headlands before reaching Queens-towwithout ebb at all. How strangely differ John AlderV Prircilla sighed for and well Green 6elda or plowed land upon Stinkty are at Manchester, 30 miles away she might The eras waa the Emerald ent every thing teemed fromhomet We were' on the Midland Railway. At noon, Monthemall, tike Kentucky in April. listead green of early spring. Every thing grar-in- g hunted up on (be ship by the brotber-- of in joy. Crocus and daffodil pushing day, we took that route for London. Eveof barren blBtTs, a one, might xpect from our beloved Uo. w ureenwooo, 01 urooic-lyry thing is 10 different from America that nut of the ground Early ploughing done, the precipitoa character of 'the coast, with He had' Written him "before to wear wheat nicely up, gardening beginning, the "breakers" foaming at the base all along, we hardly know where to begin to mirk whole country clean as If swept by a a bit of blue ribbon cu hi coat, while I Is like a garden, with careful the divergence. And in all I write, I broom There-i- nothing on earth comparthe country was to have a atrip of red ditto, to prevent wish, first and last, and onco for all, to say able to an English farming landscape. cultivation and neat hedgerows marking He came down in the leader all Imagine the loveliest point of old Bour everything off like, a map. One lovely that I am not drawing "compirisons" witKhui good wife, and from that time took clipped hedge rows replacing are odious, but simply jo'.ting down what bon, with fences or ttone wnils, and you hill looked like a huge tortoise or terrapin, unsightly all landing care off our shoulders; saw us strikes me as strange, avoiding sneering have the nearest approach to it. How Inthe hedge running all over it in an irregn. us through the Custom House inspection; contrast as their plague spot of modern tensely we all enjoyed that ride last Mon lar way, suggestive of the divisions of that begged us off here; vouched for us there; get travel, and If Indulging in a bit "f pleas- dy Arrived at St Panrras, one df the creature' shell. The coast before yon advised us in this and that; and all prelim the ladle atandlng on the platant merriment at things that make me termini, 15 minute until that luggage wa up to Queenstown is a succession of eight form for . t.n I.. .ill.nl with shallow coves be- - inarie settled, whisked onr party off in two laugh why no harm In at all. I will attended to, which not being checked we cabs to the Camden Hotel, where I am laugh pleasantly or not at all. First, they had to tee safelv into the baggage room tween them, all rugged and dangeroua with j penning thi hasty pottscripL Those who do not check your baggage. They require and thence received a paper acknowledge aurf beating fiercelv and no mercy for any bow unutterably have been aboard know the the traveler to have unbounded confidence ment. needful to claim it on piece morrow, thisr east upon, it., A pretty church crown Welcoate aavh charged with 4 cents, (tupence) each attaatMn are," when, strangone,eSttKPn others, UBtH the last one in their integrity, while they seem to have for letting it remain. We boarded couple throtbrn,gatejt.lo CorltHar ers, lnk strange laad, we areopprewed I with the minimum of it in him. They lock of cabs and drove lo 18 London Wall 8t, form thataiose o loaekeM4tbat come over you up tight in your compartments, treat to Ravmenta lintel, whither we had been bor, one of the finest nataral havena to tM one away from home. But we are in a world. An entrance like the "Jfarrowa" ing you as pure baggage, from Grst to last. directed bv friends in Liverpool But Itn morning and I can't write more English Hotel must have a niche of Ilatbow, and then space enough bustle this In N. York Td a gentle remonslr.ince on the point of own. fcverln Je-u-s. Will resume the regular thread of Queens-tow- n so much vslusble baggage being placed, to float the Nariet of earth at onco, Geo. O Barnes daily narrative in my next. All riuile P 8 Please direct letter at above Ilea jusl inideMCork at the upper wholly without a receipt of any kind In in Jesus, Go6. 0. Babnes? O. O B. many miles well. 'Eier the Company'a hand, the surprised not to written, until farther notice ip2 Siucklxwei.1. Lane, ) say indignant omciai in niue coat, eras further, perhaps 8 pr 10 miles. FortificaU ALSTON, ft u. iwww. buttons and gold lace on hia wpband.glves tions of the finest, of course. It is too valMarch C, 1883, this remarkable anawer, "Why, tlr,we ahow uable to leave at loose ends. England ., .Liverpool it a, solid town .of you where we put it, what more can DHPABTMENT. doesn't do that sort of thing, any how. We tender, flying the aura Half million or so. It lias like all' cities you with than that?" This system I not did not go In. A R. WK8T, and stripes, the Jackall by name, steamed elegant .suburb, but the bulk of what ia hard on "My Lord," who haa a flunkey at LANCASTER. meet us and get the mail for the remarkable in the place ia centered in an each end of the road to look afier his lugout to County Court day next Monday, British Isles, aa well as our own to go back area of half a mile radius, atarting from gage, who travels "third class," while his WO, Rigney invite the public to to the States by lhe first Jsteaaer. The I'iti basiaeas Eteblnge, Thf i a grind master luxuriates In "first class," and goes heavy and the two dispro- - pipe of massive archlUotnre, with colos- whenever he goes, on purpose to tske all call and see hit new stock ot good at the awell was pretty old stand. trouble ofl bis shoulders; but for the avportioned Teasels bumped fearfully at times, sal marble statue in a row, in front, Mr W.G Dunlapand wife returned erage heathen the annoyance of having and ethero,-witever carefully protected, by a multiplicity effects whether he wants to from Chicago, Monday. They will make were.410 2 bushels bags circular paved Court and fine, aymtjolic to look after bla of fenders. There or not, whether he have several ladfet their futura h6me In Lancaster. of mail to transfer. Fancy 832 bushel of monument to Lord Nelson' in It. Coal whose comtort depends on hi attention or The protracted meeting at the Presbyletters and papera. The bags were blue smoke dinges every thing sadly, but the not; to the average traveler, I say, their terian Church closed Tuesday night. There outlines-arthere, English "no check" system must be a aupetb.proportlons'-ao.- d something like and white striped, But not knowing the joy of checks were two additions to the church. sealed and labeled. At last all which no coal dust can conceal. The Post Mr. David Thompson, of Rockcastle bis ignorance is a sort of bliss Negaboard the Jackall, and the little craft Office, with grand domela fine, a are the atively, therefore, be is ss happy a the was moved Monday, to thei farm he reglad to escape Art Gallery, North Western Hotel and man who never saw an elevated railway; county, out loose and skipped out, J)u-!bB'ut ft woulti wea and thinks a Bus the n plu ultra of street cently purchased of Jno, II. Woodcock. other pqbijic buildings. ohuge, Uiill. For a variety and superior article of tVii ceremony ouraMp VraVfljiM.the if aribano la describe them. Tha noblest locomotion. The cars or carnages, a all and Children' Misses hia of al i Bt. George's Hall, which is what call them here, differ in build, but the one Genie', Ladies, British Lion, (with world aforesaid in we traveled In from Liverpool to Londou Shoes and Boots, call at W. O. Rigney'. playful paws, cocked tall, on one leg, not we'sno'ulicall'a'Court House, and which on Monday' noon Express, was 0Q to 65 Col W O Rradler returned from Indihalf trying, smiling with every tooth in hia in many retpecta I the most magnificent feet long, with eight compartment, doors anapolis, Tuesday. The Jury had not reCorinthian architecture' I ever saw at the side on both sides; 4 3U claws. 3 1st the start and bit of bead) at the main 1 luggage, and so labelled in gilt. turned a verdict in the Jeeter case when he the crow of St. The equestrian statures of the gtnlle class, and class wa a atripe at thi One uf 1st amokrr,fnd two of left. at the stern all queen ot these realms, aud the Prince Con the 3d class. Uaggage care ejcclutivet Mr. John II. Woodcock and family George at the pulled down as soon aa the transac- tort of Bleated Memory are remarkably not known. The compartment hold eight are boarding at Mr Geo. D Burdetl's. We tion was over. This flag buslnew is a ahlp'a full of grace and spirit. An Immense each, aeated on cushions ua a settee, and 4 understand that Mr, Woodstock expects to aad 4 til a via. Tie compartments are lingo, and aavs "how d'ye doT" "prettv alttmn to the "Iron Duke" adorn the about 9 fel by being the length of go into business of some ktnd at this .l II T man satM-ipespace on which til, George' the settee, aa near aa my eye could meas- place wen 1 .1 l juu, II mw Geo. D. Burdett & Co. have added a liallVfronte second only to" the fataout ure. The carrlagts sre rather neat and on We were soon ofl", skirling the Irita losing sight to Lord Kelson In Trafalgar the midland dark red gold tipped. On large stock of furniture to their assortment wtninnrnt for 30 miles further before the N. Western they have 1st, 2nd and 3d; of goods. The second story over their it. W notleed an elegant estate, the first itsBMf, this city. , u. the M. on the first and third. We had grocery room will be ued ss a furniture good friend Greenwood found us a on leaving Queenstown, with palathing after a compartment all to ourselves, thtf'whnle at a mod. way. The guard arranged this vrry oblig- store. This will supply a long felt necestial mansion, superb forests in the rear tod ewfertable hotel the Cimden ibUltnga (or $2) ingly and we were glad to give him a sity in our town. Heretofore, persons who grand stretches of arable land tight aad fit price-ei- ght cultivation. Then dty.' Had we gone to Ihe Northwestern shilling for hit trouble. We have already liave desired to purchase furniture to any lsft, all under beautiful learned, I may remark, that "the ahllllng" considerable extent have had to go either w abould have paid a pound (about $5) for another succession of head land Is the "opmaesans" in England, aa the op 0r"dlly bread." Arriving on Sunday, "quarter" U in Americi-- th two being to Danville or Stanford. grand rocky ialanda with light hou Col, A. B. Smith, ot Henry county, a It sweet nearly of Ihe same value. Every thing it w availed fourjel, gUdly them at interval, and light ships anchored fi' aad enjoyed it a only traveler on the right or lighted, if you. baviB Jhat handr candidate lor Lt. Governor, was la town In the channel, where there wa shoal coin In your itt or, nt poxfcet and don't Col Smith it a farmer, the on water. Tbia is St. Geore' Channel. W "lemptst tossed" deep can. 'lo rest on a keep it there 80 we being 7 stepped Tuesday ly ooe of that class who ha atked for a did. not heave and roll beneath are in it now and will be until we reah hul that into one liUi room, arsnged pckge for 20 year or more. e mouth of (he you': Jo'" waft 'upright wl'lhout tumbling many (alaa I alack I) no the roomy tacks prominent Slate office Holyhead and turn un fa' the pTer'; to look at tfiing that moved not; overhead, Mated ourtelvea on, the greenish He la a Btaunch democrat. Has representLiverpool. Mersey to rep cushion of th sette, with stuffed ed hi county several time In the State Irish 8a. I found my geography very Iblt was a prrseni juy 11c t rujutu 11. hck to match all 'quit comfortably honAt 3 l. w., lunging for a visit to the and were duly locked lit bv the guard, who Legislature, and bat bean otherwise rusty when I reached these foreign parts. looking at "court of the LORD'S house, Bro. O. and trip oi utterly unconscious that h has ored by the party in hit section. Those If any of uy readerr, without who met blm here were very favorably your cell" their maps, will lay down this paper and I sallied out, and the first place of worship degraded you. "Locked Into gel used to tha is quit the feeling Ooe Impressed by hi gentlemanly bearing and tbemaelvea : do I know where the Eng- being the Calktdral, we attpptd into that. ask But what of sound sense, It." Y.s! 80 do convict wa cobtervatltoi with a vengeance lish Chawtelltr the, situation of Dubllo, Here that' Having a kv turned on you, that In tub Court. A peculiar series of church at I the rub "iVifylfOy That hurla 1 London, BrUtol, Isle of Msn.lslenf Wight, An interior iik:e an t, tin place Wednesday, pases were tried will soonfiod themselve In borne say the First Presbyterian Church auppose, in a "smash up"li is reany an &c.,&c, they crush- The first waa agalnit Wavtrly Hamilton, my college day, or the old one whether you are locked In and uch a pliable slate of Ignorance as to fully at Danville In ed or door ppen and crushed. Ka( there Junction, before United lo Woodford, where tuy Is a diflerence, bs'ore yon are cruthed. of Richmond Justify thi little attempt to brush up my establl'bment a charge surface. Bro. Douglas presides, before it wa mod Brief! r. but not growllogly, 1 don't like State Com'r Win. Hcrndoo, on and tktir knowledge of the earth' All the same, they will of Intimidating a witness in a U.S. Court. As I go I propose making it plain, at least, I ernlred and made one of the prttllttt of being locked op. where ryteontyrbWrrH ! ft tf sx XY. -- , (' ft on,theteitiajmil t,t well-carv- pott-offic- e ' t. o time-honor- Spur-geon- tfhi A seven-eight- two-pen- The facts sselWled on the trial of A eise were about thos. The nail sgent on the Richmond Branch of the L A. N. R. Ryahout Ihe "t5lh of January last, missed mail car a regiattred pcktge from hi PHARMACISTS containing a turn of money, and agatn about ihe latter part of Frbruary, he mis riAlRM ik- w2ZMgc - "7 ed other registered pickages The mall HnrTalt vvi mr kt - t t, gtnt wa givtn a certain time to find out -- NaX T pui C ""-"whosU.lt th paoksgea, pay lha money out hfiftlant' trftcilptlon jccuritelj cttapouni1l hi own pocket, or lose hi of " AtM VlsV H (the mall agent) secured th services of Perktn Djty, who wis th postmaster at Richmond Junction, but recently employed la Ihesecrtt service of the United Largest Stock of M'atchr, Stiles to assist him la working up th case. Clock, Jmf lrj A Mlierware Doty find out from on Thna Ball thsl Eter brnurM lo lhl millet. rlct tawer Ilia Isssc Hamilton, brother of the defendant thslwcet UMfhm, Cliickl and Jivtlrf fl. ptlrcl on ibort notlrtiind Wsrrtnted. 10 Waverly Hamilton, and a bjy about years "had toM him (lull), that he (young Hamilton) hid stolen the missing pscksges from the postal car." Doly went and told Waverly Hamilton what Ball had said. When Waverly met Ball he asked him (Ball) what he had been saying about his family; from that hot woids, and perhapa lo jet control of tbt In snd woet lino ol Airleultural Implements snd I'lcsiui. threats passed between them. Ball had "iihlclet, sndilsnln orvler to enihls mstopur.hiw Innich nuinlltlri 11 lo nbuln lbs lartet die. countliod loweet rales offreUDI. I hate nlibllthed brtnrli Wire Itoomt snd Aienle it lluit.aellle not up to this time been summoned at a Ltncnitrr and Richmond, ind under thlt trrtnaeraenl, ws feel sure wt can offer Iht 1'artiieri witness! In th If 8. Court. Com'r. Hern-do- n Many Inducements Over the Majority of Dealers. held that It wit a purely perioral matI kKpfn hinant UtlmM t fny fMTrrml War Itwini lirctitofk ot ter, aad that ha bad no jurlidlctlon In the case. There are several other warranty against the Hsmlltons which are lo be tried before Com'r. Herndon In Stanford, (Thursday.) The next cai In order wss before Polio Judge I. Singleton, and was partially drawn out In the cave before Com'r. Herndon. It will b remembered that In July 1879, the last night ot the fair at thi place Mr Rtndall Betlls ( jrfw wat halted at Ihe point of a pistol about 8 o'clock at nigbt, while returning from Dan marketing, bevllle, where he had tween the Iron Bridge and Mr Jas Her ring'. Th man halting him demanding his pistol or pocket book, but Mr. Belli eecsped by running. At the time, Mr Belli tald he didn't know the man, hut afterwards he saw Prtlna Doty and recognised in him Ihe man who had attempted to rob blm. Why he has not had Doly arretted before we are unable to surmise In the trial of young Hamilton, Mr. Bet BhkkIch, CarrlHRCsi, irliiK IVkkoiisj, Farm IVngeHK, i,ejr "tVaKeaa, tia waa introduced aa a character witness, Perkina Doty wat Ihe and waa aure that man who bad halted him. Thereupon County Attorney Jamea Brown bad a warrant aworn out and Doty arretted. He wa tried before Judge Singleton and held in a bond of f 200 to answer any Indictment that uay be found against him at ihe next term of Ihe Circuit Court. W. O. Rigney keep on hind a will elected, atock of Men' Youth, Boyt and t Children! UlolMng. Fensy ft W&mfat Crfe 4arr ' 't. nuuAnuujr si uuidii fl44l.ni ai po-lll- iJHHIH(ii9KEFjMHMiLL iff jKirgKKirtrf eTC ATTAIN. cr FARMERS! ll y b-- td n. s s. tat Paint Lick. Btrne ind family left Mon 4W9HMIBKI9VVHpHtitaajs 1 Nt dty for Mt. Sterling. Mr. W. 8. Weartn haa bought sever al cropr 01 wheat In this vicinity for II. A Kallroad Carli, I! pert, Jlowert, llty Bskct, Orsla Drills Hroadcael Heeden, Hulkej n B. Marksbury, of Lancaster, at $1 per riawa,Walktottnd 1'Jdlec Cullltitor,, Corn Dilllt, r,,n lltntrri, FeJ rutten.Cvrn llarrtva. rulkar Skallwt, Turn. Botlcra, sad mine other llemi bushel. Mr. A. B Ely showed us four potato ooiona grown by Willis Adams, Sr, that averaged ten ounce and measured twelve Inches in circumference. Who can beat lit With due respect to Mr. JamN Maret, of Mt. Vernon, we will y that he U not the man that fell from hia horse a short time ago, though be was in Ihe neighbor hood at that time. W. L. Barnes is closing out his stock of goods, and will enter Ihe field as a commercial tourist for a Louisville firm I, ,, - "'Jst-?jE'-l- l.l Nlh Shumate ia at home tbia week. Miss lain tw ,rt pared lo lurulib price, ml i mate, of all kloJtof Knlnea, Haw Mllli, Tkreeklsf Jennie Adams, the little beauty from Ha j I'rcswt, Straw Slackers, Wind Mil's, llortt Powers and Tirloue other klndi ormathlaetr. Hoosier, will leave for her home in a few davs. Several sad hearts will be left here. rarlle. In wint of any (oo.li In 107 lint will Ioom nothln be scclnf ms betors pnrchulnf IDUBTIBEaUTK. J.S ""TUJrtWiJ. 4 J. :t-'- l'J- UHl-AsT- H. O. KAOrFMAN, A.TXOIiJVX:ir A.t laAW, m LANCASTER, KY. Mutsr CowmlIonrGimrJ' Ircult Court. Will prscUc In til Iht Courts of Oarrinl aad sdjolnlcf eoontlM and In Iht Court of Appeals- - iut"j"C!llf Bafl la endofit-ldonotknow- how Citizens National Bank. WAtuioTO,Fra.ts, 1KU. iitf Vruaaaat. by utltraclorr rtlJac prtwDlM to tbsuo rrilfDK, It bu beea mad to sppnr that Orncc o atsrQA tKsaifv Garrard County nOBT. Editor. 'KsJatnuoo Sj rlnj Tooth llirrts-- , Taxasuar OaraaTMair. CourraoLLsaor TiiaCcaaasicr, I alt) bandit drain and bWdiol all kind,; and wool sin lUollntBUlktjr l'lov g, e tbt Cill'tDi M.ilonal Bank ot Uscttirr, la thr town of taacatler, In the couulr of Oamrd aad BtaUof Ktotutkr, hat compiled with all tbt of lbs Ilttlied Htatuus of ths Unltrd assomales reauIrM to bo eomplltd with before so buil-ota ciation shall be sutborlted to csuiiunr Iht of baaklsg. Now, tbtr ore, t, John J. Knot, Comptroller of tnsl tbt Currency, do bertby certifyIke ibtCUIuntr. loan of National llanfc of LanratUr, In In thecoualr oKJtrrtrd .on Stated Kentucky It tuthoriud to commence ths builneM ol banking at prof i,ltd In Section 5,109 of ihelUfltcd Htatutta of lb United Htatri. In tptiliaeoT whereof, Wllnna my bind and seal or office thUrU day of tebruirj, IMJ. lU-I- "vi'tl GEORGE D. WEAKEN, Stanford. ftltl'I'N A 1VILI.IAMN, Mtnitrt ItnttontlUt Dapol e. J.O. t,IM Crmptroller of ths Currency. JOII.1 J. KNOX, HPjJB$ rfim risi A...m U. I.. UITIIEIIN, Mtniger lanraater Depot; H. II. WI'AUKK, '. .; ler.l Hinacer KlchmonJ Dwpol ore'bpWfM V JUST RECEIVED! One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, Coailitlng ol Hj - HHiamJi ViJcC '.'Jl r mast-hea- fore-mas- t; JEWEL your special attention to the I desire to call flag-sta- l..l.. !,-. 09 6r rr CalirerBlt. AprlceiK, Greet Huge 11 hwh, Star Tetaateen, YuriueHtk Cem, Hcusctt'M I'eachea, BMjjgfy THE ZJXJSrGc OP Plue Applet), NfrlHK IJchhh, OyntcrH, Alio, a let of new Mackerel Sugar and Coffees ia abundance, aad Price extremely Low, at the c. THE! JPIESIID ! ornamentation, unequalled. in perfection in operation, taste is which for utility, durability, BA0Bf rt, 'bpve'at "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," LANCASTER, t-- RV. GEO. D. BURDETT & CO., ProprlttoiM nrsrucrs sud I'lowuien, lUUn -- Ollrer Ibllled artal wUU not nurrodt; tbt bratlctt lutt will rtmt'ri In 1 (w uiluutra TbtUllttr ItaUnttr Drift I'low, bului iloplnj lanJ.lde, which dots IW17 wltb tbt prouurt found la ilralabt laudildt 1'Jowi. Iht Oilier bai bundrsdtof luillatora. do uinnfitln. rtr wIM Imlttlt ia lubrlcr i'low Tbt Ollttr bu 1 record unparalleled In ths blitorr of Plows. Yoar Btlibbort will till jou lo UUY Till OUVKIt, aud takt Do other. W. H. HIGCJIMS ' ' Ml Vinvmn I'VHK "S Hum at V. T. OreenV , dome grown ecd potatoes GOcts per bushel at II. C. Bright'. , , Friday Morning I -- TT Call and re the boa the Hartford March 23, 1883 Hewing Machine I'eler llarnlon. A Its appearance at Mr Vanoy's this wee As It was the sixth child, he did not go I the trouble nf weighing It, ssllrfied tl.nl It was large 'A a t.mt.E girl made enough. " t , N. LOCAL TIME CARD. tVorthtmunl I'lrung.r pseiet Stsnford l .0 a. u. flouthboand " " tOO p.m. " LOCAL NOTICES. la paper, A McAlltler. Fun I mo Tickle it McRobertt A Slang's. '..KDitmi oflerdtn Heed at MclloberU A DOftt'i- Navr slock of Jewelry nj Silverware at I'enny A McAlliter's. LANnnrnt's Garden Heeds, In hulk mil Hot Paint of Penny n.l Jewelry repaired and warranted by I'enny A McAlltler. FcLLatock of FlahlnK Tackle of all kinds can now be found at fenny A McAlister's, Vaccixr I'dint Ddubte Din, 23 ce ntn; Ingle dli, 10 rent escli bent by mail on receipt of price. Mclloberl A Htajg;, Watch it i'enny & McAllmer's, iw, Clock PERSONAL. down with a bronchUl'aflrction. Mr. J.F. ZiMriiMAN,of the Danville Adrotate, wa here till week. Mim Ctrrrie Knoxcr, of Hone Cave, I fishing Mia, Matlle Diwon. Mm. Col. H. D. Au.r.H,ot Fartndalr, ii vlsitlna Mr. 8. C. Trueheart. Mis Mattik Brown, of I.sncaiter, It with her ittler, Mr (lo II. Drue,. Mk. and Mm. V (J. Wallace hare moved to WooJttock, I'ult.U county . Miw Mollis BcnurrT, of Ltncattcr, wa the guest of Ml N'orah Murphy thl week. Mim Mr. Annan OwsLcrls Florence TitOtilCART ha gone .v u en a ? Ittt to her sisisr, Mr M. L Roucne, near Ilustnnvllle Mh.0 8 NiiLD, ..f Mi. Vers.n, wis her We reiiirtui'.r from the (un tral of Mr Crooke at Illctimoml Mr. A O Huffman haa been coiifineil to hi bod thl week with an attack ul malarial fever, but i some better now. jcfJUDOK M, II Otviutr, the coo. Inn Governor, arrived Wednesday and yelr day wta here with hi liandwjuie wife Mia Annik Wray returned in Blotun Ington, III., with Mr. Herbert Walker, who hat been visiting here, and will rpend uie llae with relative. Mr J. O. Polliam, a former typo in thl Office and a decided favorite in Stsn ford, la here on a vliil. Mr. IV haa beeu for some time on the Hi. Paul (Minn ) Olobt, where he bad a very paying situation. Mr. Dknnu A. SltAKAHAN, one of the cleverest contractor on the K C, l( It., waa here yeilerday. He succeeded the day before In putting the light thro' Prewett Ton dc I, aid lure wa grret rrjoicin along the line. A B BailTtf, Henry county, candidate for waa here thl week. He I a very oplar man, and the fact that he wa Muter of the Slate Orange for one term, shows how highly he li held In thl estimation of the farmer. Amom) the visiting lawyer here ainrc our last reiwrt c recall Judge M. J. Durham, John W. Yerke,J II. Lucat, Kobt Harding and Col It P. Jaoibs, Danville; Col. W O. Ilradley, Jaa A Anderson, W. A. Morrow, Lancaster; Col. 8tm M Mt. Vtmon, and Col. T. Z Monow, Somerset. lus-da- r, Et,ot Lleut.-Governo- r, Ilur-det- t, LOCAL MATTERS. Tnr the Ladle Favorite. Ml Bird caom at W II 'Hlgsin'. 1 Tile Skating Itink will TODAY be open la good Friday, and Sunday la Kaster. CBrlghfa. EVArORATED Peaches and Apple at II on- ALL kind of seeil Iriati potatoes and Ion acta at Owiev A Son'. - want the heat auper carpetago loJ." W. Hayden'. lr YuU two-pl- wool 'Hkd Pea UI Brut, and Beans in balk, and oninn Warreo A tiuuford, Ky., want a Will pay a good price " J. T Harhis, fint'Claw baker. .; G. Reuemuer every wvck nl "Ladle Fa vorlte" aold on a nuarantee. II. C. Bright " the beat patent flour In town, the "Ladlr Favorite," ol I only by II C Hright. I'croi(4 wUhlng ti e Dr. P W. Logan will fii.d hlu at bl reidence, MainHt, btanfonl, Ky I'ltAVK opned a ahm hop at mt table, wbvre repairing of all kind will b done A.T Nunnellev Ouarantkkii While my 'actory (a n t running I will repair timwera and reaper at rraw.ntbl rtra Addrr 11 Maitiigly Nlatifjid. Till repirl fniui mir crreapondent of the marriage at Crab Orchard on Tutnday evening lot will appear in our next iaau. IrTIIixiE lii'l.b'wl in medon'l Rome 'or waul and retile with me thev will find their itaeoiunl In the hand if n 'Hirer. I'm 'bTund to have the nxnev J D' Price ALL peratim hving cUiio again! thei eatate of W. 1. Moor, Jr , deo'd, are noil the aim to me, properly fied to pre-en- l verified on or before April 7, 'S3 J B aMPaxtnn, Adm'r 5 ; School Jmo M. Philim, Common iComiuliwIoner, Inforuia, ua that he received yeeterday from the Auditor, the GO per cent uue the white achnola ol tins county on the 15th Feb j the fund due the color- ed school came several day ago. Km Uouteto the Pjsm. sherifl Horloe, guanl', kept four o intloi in the Two of them, J jail here Tuesday ojght I Baatelt and lleniley, had 21 tear each be . fore them for uiurdcit Las His two year ( for ateeltng a rouple of steer, and Jarata I I wHh four i Stewart fcur rear a for mrlaughter. a We occasionally receive letters saying for $2 for one 'JJjou will stnd jour you ran forward one to my add re'," 'Oocefor all we are forced to remark that sa loag a our publlahed rate are $2 60 so long shall wa.dwand that price, and $249 would not he taken, W cin't uiske 0h of one lubscrlbcr and fqwl of another. a rer per charged with ATTOItNMV Al! BTANFIinD. KY, N. MUKF1IY 'M41UIHE shooting and wounding with Intent to kpl Will nraellr In lb. rnrt.nf l.lnmln .n,l 1. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS! Joining conntlrs snd the tnrrrlor Court snd Court his womm, fisiah Stesrn, an account 6f liaetndldiletorspresent Lincoln rownlyln ths ot Appesls. Upsclal attention given to eollretlont. New and old varlelie of Heed Irlah Po- which appeared In our Issue of Tuesday, nsxt Legislature, tubject to tbe sctlon of lbs Onlrs on Lsnrstier itr-111 (Ustat tiMi wilt bs received for tks srsttlon of a . te tatoes from Michigan, at Bruce, Warron A was prosecuted at Crab Orchird Reboel Hwllellnar InlbslswnofCrsbOrchard, ALBX. ANDEHBON, on Wed Co V. X.J., natll April 7.18S3, Rld will bencflTed for ATTOItNEV A.T nesday by D R Csrptnter, Eq , and held both s brick so J frtm. Msln bollJIOf It It be DANVILLE, KY tlzCO lest la lbs clstntbs wing 30iM lest, tsch For Sale. Three handsome residence In 50 bill on the charge The woman tvn stsrles. Foe ptsas, spsetBtstlont, .salt co Will Bridle In tht Court! of Itovlt tad tdlolnlss Will aell very cheap, Stanford, Deo. 25, tried hard lo have the matter shut up, ths urKterttfUMl committee t Crsb OrebsH. 1 kty eonatlss sad la tba Court of Appesls. rtirT priTiiri oi rvjrun d- or su mas. '82. W. Craig; -- roRclaiming that the shooting wis accidental i z,aa tD, r.T Polls J. W. IIaybej ha received a nice new Joint Bcchika, y Crat'te. Ojitern, Ice Cream, Light-BreaCakes HTJIlOJiJOM BTAMFORD. KY. I Ds. J. D. 1'XTTCS, REU0I0U3. OSes South lids Mtln Btrtet, two doors sUtt lot of Spring Clothing, Hudn't you bitter of all kinds or a Pqoare Meal. Jons fcouiSTOir, J ths Mrtrt Hotsl. The Kentucky State Conference of the go and get a bargain of him 7 Purs Nitrous Uxlds tilt sdmltlttered when re- qnirsd colored Methodist Church began at REPORT OF THE CONDITION FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. Wanted Bell and weight of the old. Thursday. '" UPTHR fashioned Hand up clock. Any Dr. J. Rand, the very able Methodist Rectus yoor bouse, or your goods, or your lire College. one having one of thee c!x.k, out of iifc, Elder other commenced a Quarterly meeting NATIONAL BANK ttock, or your Are or property bits not been burnt or Injured by llshtnlng, It no giitnnty tbtt should call on Thoa Itlchard. last night which will continue over SuntbeycsioioTlie. Don't you think, then, ihtl II STANFOIUf, KY. OF1 HTANPOltD, would be prudent lo secure Indemnity In esse luch lots or dsmtts theuM occur f Iotftryoathlt linixo us your feather, hides, tallow, day. Iter. II. Allen Tapper began a aerie s At Stanford, In the State of Kentuoky, st tbs lowest rsttt oMalntblt In sny Full Corps of Teachers, wool, Ac. We buy all kinda of country of meetings Corapsny, I rtprrssnt sstcs snd vOu mtr With st his chnrch In Harrodsburg at Close of Business, Mar. 13, 1883. Uke your choice. SMra JAO M. PltllAVH. produce and par the hlgheit market price on Monday night, assisted by Iter. Mr This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Senlon In cah or trade. II. 0 Bright. IIEMUURCC8 on ths 2d Mnndsy In September next. Woaver, D D , of Louisville. Ijosds snd PlKonnH........ The Christian church employs four II McCai.l sold a number of hi .. ,mi ;i J. OTerdrn.......... eone COUNTY. ALL TUB BRANCHES OF A U.S. Hoods to secure circulation . 100,000 04 Lateof Chentult, Severtnee A Co., Stanford, Ky., hearing chalra to our beat farmers thh evangelists In the Slate of Kentucky who , with 11,600 00 Other ttockt, bonds, snd mortjigt. Dannllt. week We don't fee why some of our en visit churches, enlisting Interest In mission The will ol Cnas. P. C. McDowell, Due from spproved reterre sgents.. . 2S.SU 6 sfc GO.. THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE M. and eslsb wss admitted to record. The estate is Dns from other Nstlonsl IUnki....., U,M 24 lerprlflng men don't take hold of thl val work, organize Sunday-SchooArs tsaght, ss well as Due .... ii.e4i ei Importers and Jobbers o( Dry Ooo.li, Notloot, Ac, Ststs Bsnkt sod Unkers Hsh new organizations In destitute place. worth $26,000. and Is divided anions- thir liable Invention and buy the counties, t 537, 539, til Mtln Blrrtl, Cor. Sixth, Rest Estate, furniture snd Datum. 0,500 00 MUBIC. TUB LANOUAOKB. DHAU. teen nephews and nelces. Current expenses snd tsxsi ptld 2,M IS -. IWO AND PAINTINO. LOUIetVIIiliK, - - JCY. Mk. J, P. Dorr aka ua to say that the LAND, STOCK AND CROP. huter Hunday will be celebrated at rrtmlUDi psIJ . 20,ti00 -St, l'sul's Church by High Mats In the Cbsckt tnd other cstb report that he had taken a position n epe . 1.U2 07 ltfm...... The proprietors of the Lincoln Mills morning and evening vespers and benedic Blue-GraBills of other 1,080 00 Valuable clal detective In the Hecret Service Depart want to buy whest and corn. tion, Father Brady will officiate. Frsctlonst psper currtocy, nlckeli snd U a mltake mint Later. An examine In Tuition, purlers range from ttt to IM In tb It. O. Evana reports an uoueually pennies T E Wood sold to Farri A WakeHALMI 4I4 ulsr Depsrtmentt. Prlmiry, tJ5i Intermedlsie tlon of our letter will show that field eighty five good yearlings good yield of hmp In a lot that he haa Specie 3,101 t I'reparttojy, 140, and Colliyliu, too. at $12 25. Ioflr for lite mr rum of HOS breaking, one Held ol M acres, averaging Legsl trader notes he It not In anybody' service at prefect. ,, ,,,,,,,., . ,41S CO ted near Walnut Kltl, on tbs eunlord A Crsb Save your sheep from being Injured by 1,160 pounda of extra quality of hemp to Redemption fund wltn U. turnpike,! miles Irom Htanford. About 40 3. Treasursr For fall particulars, it to Hoard, Ac address (( per csnu of cliculUon)...... 6,750 00 Acre tn eultlvtUoo; bsltnee In grass Uood sprltg S. 8 Myem has caught the goose that having them shorn on the Shearing Chair the acre. plenty good timber snd well adtpted to ttock; lo a MKM. H. V. TKIIKIIF.AHT, frlneliiNl, 6ttnfbrd. Lincoln Co.. K. Mrs. Eliiibtth Tfaurraan. wife of Oeorge Oivrns sold to J. M laid the gildenegg Will tell st a bargain tbe Call and see her. At 47 good neighborhood. tll,Ul above tract of land snd lire possession st sny tlms. a 5 year-olgrey gelding for $180 Thornton 'Ihurman, died Sunday, aged 72 the rame time examine hi nice assortment For further psrtlcultri, Inqclr of. 1. B. uwtlcy, wss lor W vesrs a member ol LIABILITIES. ears. One -- O Vannoy sold lo Col. Hill 21 year t)la ford. Ky., or writs lo o at llIIls. Milan of French and pNIn candies and Canned ..I2M0O0 00 county, Textt. Hie Baptist Cuurch. Snelby county pa Csplttl Block paid J. MKXU1' flKll. Undivided Droll 1 -11,041 10 -. lings, aversging about 620 ounda,at $37 50 lters pleas copy. every variety. grxHisoi bikW are Mr. James JL Lucas, editor of the Kst, Bank DoteouliUnJlng...... . tiS.OOO 00 head new and frerh nt from the market Cills ier Oceua (Mo.) Sun, a good democratic jour Indltldual Dcpostu tubjwl to check.. .. 203,777 02 -- J M Philips bought of Dr. Steele BaiDue to other Nsilooal Btnks .. Isl attention to liiscaramel. X.219 SI Is in the city, Mr. Lucas is an OustoDtstsBsnki snd bsokers. . 1,110 54 ley an Alderney cow fur $00, more than 10 nai, witness in the We are Indebied to two pretty joun centa per lb. TotsIMM...H.M.H.M.mMM which comes up in the Lincoln Circuit l),lll 47 The Ins Imported Normto fttlllon. will asks lb Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. lady friend for a eep at one of the tnot Court this wetk. J E Bruce scld to Joshua Brown STATE OF KENTUCKY,! Mtoo of IM st lbs suile of J. M.Wray, it "rink becoming a considerable elaborately and handsomely einbrotderett red Brrkshireshost, weighing 55 lbs at 14 J Dsnville la Cotttgs," l',i miles Irom Btanbrd, veuuij oi uncoin, The only line running hide and fur business. Mr ventre lor the arghatis we have ever seen. It waa the cents a pound. McRoberts, Csshler of I. SEASON, PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS 915 a dealer in such goods sold with- bsnkJno. J.solemnlr ivear that sbore nsmed Jo. Haas, do thehardl-worths above of Mii Addie Purnell, of -- O O Wsre bought of W J. Lester 2 in me last lew daya to Louisville and Cin- itttement I true to the best of my knowledt and the College, and evinced skill of the moil cows for $15; 2 steers for $45 and another cinnati partUs, hides to tne amount of belter. J.NO. J. MCU0BERT3, Cssnler. g remarkable and order It per cow (or $32 50, $7,000. fney consisted! sheep skins sod IJV8UKE A COLT I Subscribed and iwora to belora m this lithdar 925 TO for bide ot dlflerent kind. ol Mtr IM3. W. M. BUIQUr.N. I'. L. C hap look aix months to mske it, and was Splendid pair of mare mules from 16 Chsmnolta dirk crar. 17 bandt hit b. weltba Dr. u. 0. Tucker, who haa been a clt LOOM poundi and It 3 years old tbs 29m of Say rnox intended for one who will apprtdate it In tu 17 hands high for ale. A O Chenauli Coaaacr ArriarT. Danville next, llsltof flntttrltsnd sctlon, food la tbs . izeu ufwith hta Yor twenty years, Ult this the fulltst rstiee. Mili.dg'evllle Ky." " lolnt, well ribbed sod lirte. body, with will- -. biped LeHllTillC.tiHClHnRf I UBd week J. H. HocKKe, umily lor Marion county, ) Imtnouidtrt; head snd neck well set on. Ii wss Directors. T. B. Mostqoet, liy., John W Ritasey vbuugbl of Oarrard where he will hereafter reside. lie has a Bio Bail - Irsso Hamllion. Jr. known ported by O. W. Htubblfield A Co., of Blooming- J T. J. FOTXS, Bradlordivllte and Leb ton, in., oeptemoer iB5z a mule for $135, another for $176 fine farm between a "B m" wis held last night in J 1,000 to parlies, WHAT Vt WAKEriELU. which he will cultivate. He will r ' anonpractice bis profession. C REPORT OF THE CONDITION appear before the V 8. Court at Louis and a horse for $90. also A hhelby farmer, from an investment of Mr. Win. Urabsm, oitiumler, a. U.to- ville, on a charge of robbing the U. 8. mail CoDrjfcttng In same dfpot wltb fut tratnt for of several registered letters valued at over $1,000 for sheep, made a clear proljtof dy,lThnrsdy)shipped a car load of horses and mule purchased here, to bis home in The Farmers National Bank $000 There la no direct evidence ngslnst $0,10520 In three years the Palmetto Sute. Mr. Stearns, of Mtui-phl- t, Having concluded to remoTe toTem, I offer for David Thnmmon has sold his him, all being circumstantial. The case who biabeen buying horses and sslamy AT S'l4.IVX,OItI. Danfarm for $4,600, $2,000 cash, balance brood msres in Boyle county for shipmsnt waa tried before Com'r. Herndon, of Lan tV HiihIbcmh Ileusc, The Direct Bonte to Lynchburg, In the State of Kentucky, at the Close of Rcltlcucc ville, Norfolk, , to Tennessee, went to Lincoln county this The package It will be recollected 12 Months, to Oeorge Levasay, , cuter. Com blned In one, iltutted In the town of Crsb Business, Mar. 13, 1883, AMD Ky., on Lsncaster street. The building Is Duncan Bros, sold to O. B. Wood- morning to make further purchases. were atolen from C C, ColmesnII. two and .lories blah, BOxJ) feet snd A merry party from Garrard county. cock 22 heifers at $17, and to other parties composed ot Mr. Richard Is 20x40, All Virginia and North Carolina In all eight rooms. Tht E. Brogll, Eliza RESOURCES., ' The Richmond llmld mentions that a 2 yokes or oxen at $120 and $135. with counters snd shelving nleelysnd propsrly Points. ' J. Lane, Air. James G. Christopher, Mr. LoaaianddlscounU.......M.-t322,lS- 0 01 with sll ths outbulldlnxt ncrettary to number of young meo thereabout are snd ths tsite ol tbe most fastidious, snd For ticket tnd lurtber loforuatlon, apply to ML Sterling or) Monday cattle aold Thomas J, Lane and Miss Susan S. Scott, Overdrafts 1,505 Al purs water for drinking and your nearest ticket offlce, or iJJrcsi dodging the grand Jury, which It In ec!on, for 3 to C cents; yoke of oxen from $70 came to town on Tuesday and registered a: U.8BndstOMcnr clrcalitloo. . .... 200,000 00 an abundance of household puipows.boautlfulthads snd fruit tree Gitcher's Hotel. The County Clerk waa Other stocks, bonds snd mortpges. 24,000 00 sdornlng and btaatlfjlng tbe entire piemltes, all and In a few lines above taya that the sen to $100, snd 10 tmitei at $100 to $133. V. EHNHT, J AM EN Wettern Agent, good and healthy condition. Any one desirllenl. sent for and on his return to hie Due from spprovsl retsrvs stents.... 12,189 69 In a a tor editor la absent. This Is rather suspiing cbesp yet valuable residence, among aclcv-- r ! 340 W. Mnlu Nt., Louliville, Ky One gray yearling bull, beautiful office issued license for the marriage of the Dus from other Nstlonsl Banks ,7i9 2S snd proiperout people, would do well to call cion', but we will have to take Mlietlle' formand two fresh cow with young calves couple. Kev, V. K.Taylor, ol Real eitste, furnltor ssd fltturM- .- 4,300 00 tndexsmlnsthe ptemlse belore purcbsilogslss-whe- r. C. W.HJStTII, II. W. FULLKH. (len'l Parn'r Ag1 Ttrws resaonsble. auurance that he went off with the Whsrd for sale. Apply to Richard Bibb, Otfc'l ittnager, called in and Current sapenses snl tsspld Church, 241 SO bear the Methodist ceremony wmhla lllebmond, Virginia. JOHN r.HTKODE, in usual Inter Bills of other Oil men, until the reverse is proven. We performed the 2,070 00 McKinney, Ky. X esting manner. Fractional psper currency, nickels snd think It would lie a bird matter, however, Tim W. Higcinseold the old Middle-toSCO what his appreciative pennies to Uep that pink head bid fur any length Halls Gap, recently pur home have long known aud Specie... al place, near 7.500 00 of lime, 2,000 CO chased by him, lo It. Clifton Bywater, of recognized, viz: That your correspondent Legal tender notes. of Art, distinguished with U. Circuit Court Tuesday' proceedings Virginia, at $30, a profit of $5 per sere. ia a discernment in patronmatters is and that Redcup Ion fund clrculstlon)S. Treasurer 5,100 CO . as (J per ccntof such bis commenced with a judgment agslnst Doc Messrs. Miller A Francis made the sale, accurate as a loaded die, the Toia,. . 4635,072 26 lVaughl for $25 and ten day Imprison STANFOIID, UYM A little nephew of Oeorge W.Tribble Cincinnati Dramatic Festival Association, LIABILITIES. uient for carrvlng a concealed weapon and lalsed 2,100 lbs of While Burley tobacco through the Hon Edward F. Koyes, it -- Dealer I- n1200.000 00 he waa committed lo jail Charley Fov on the latter' farm last year, which baa President, bss sent him a handsomely Csplttl ttock paid ln.. THE GREAT S0.S00 20 printed progrsmme of the first Festival Surplus Kund............. ler' counsel presented a pardon In the )ost been sold at $1125 and '$17 60 per wbl:h U to commeuce on Monday, the 30th UndlTldfdrrollt" -- .....-. 4, 51 7S esse egainst him for murder and it waa hundred. That which sold at the latter of April. See programme on first page. Nsllonsl Uiak Notes outiUrKlloj......... 180,000 00 1(5,484 53 A young man whoaald be was Ironi Individual depotlti tubject to cbeck. dismissed. Jsmea Carter was tried for price was a beautiful bright, suitable for - 8,657 41 toother National Hsok...keeping a lipling-housand after a long wrappings, Mr. Tribble.will go.lsrgelyjln au adjoining county, came here Monday Pus to 5,770 12 and sold a horse for $87, Tbe next day his Dus Ststs Bsnkt sad QTJBEK8WABE, consultation the urr brought In the fol- the tobacco business this year. fuller came, paid back the money and took ToUl ...1593,072 20 lowing verdict: "We find the delendant The Rowling Green GauUe haa the the hone, which he said waa not tha boy's KENTUCKY, not guilty but we advise him not to do so following Items: 12 hogs weighing 120 lbs but bis. It seems that hie son and anoth- STATE OF of Lincoln. County J sgsln." Judge Varnon said he would ac- aofd a 0 cents snd 1ft ahoaU at the' same er youth wanted lo go wcsLso each, conI. Jno.IL Owilrr. Cuhler of tbe above nsmed fiscated a horse belonging to hla parent in cept no suoh verdict and ordered the jury to price; six 15 to mules for $S00; order to raise money for traveling expenses. Bsok, do solemnly sweat thst tbe store statement Is true to ths best of mr knowledge and belief. return to their room,wben it waa changed tn a pair of 1C hand mules at $335; a do. 10 The other boy sold his animal In Hits- OWBLEY, Cashier. JNO. are both now suprev). "Not guilty but go and sin no more." hands, $375, and one at $160. Numerous tonville for $05. lbey Subscribed snd sworn to before me this tQlh day posed to be on their way towards sunset. WltAo-H115-Change and with Speed Unrltaled V.M.BniOHT,N.r.I.C. They finally, however, struck out the Jaat other sales are noted, and it It added that cIMsr.lBJ. rfsmea Aivey Bottoms, and the verdict was accepted. Wen the tuule and horse trade at that .place baa who Abe dwelling oi claue lives at Alicetown in this county, was Correct attest: SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE J. VT. Alcob-c- , 1 Mrrshon was fined $5 00 for assaulting one taken a very sudden tumble within the last entered last Friday night and his fine gold raOU tOCUVILLS TO Tilt IIsil, J. M. Biuskj, J Mr. Daugherty, with inslructtonajthe few daj H. II. The season Is nesrly ended In watch valued at $225 stolen. On the Mou- Jsller that unless It wai ptid or replevied, the Hduth and about all'lhe" tradfng that day following a negro presented the watch some augbi he should work It out at $1 per day. Sim has been done Is amnnir the hnme dealera. at a jeweler in Lebanon lor MON02Hi repairs. The leweler knew the watcb. and clitoge to PULLMAN CARS 2S! mtmpaii, Wet was fined Ji'i and given ten dava fur suspecting Kimetbing wrong, caused the ar Little Keck, Montgomiry. AtUnUi BTnnab LINCOLN COUNTT. carrvlng concealed weipons, but he failed rest ot the negro, who gave tbe name ot JscktonTills, Mobile, and New uritftni. & E. H. BURN8IDE, lie la alto knqwn to show up and suffer hlu punishment. McKinney. W Cbarlea Key 'aa Henry Key, is a among hla associates BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA Al, Camden, charged with shooting at, J L. Bothy ha a most entertaining Chicago In P.ltcc Cars Without ttsngt. and hts been working at Mitch- Well - Known This Old with intent to kill Canter, was acquitted school at tills place. He is assisted ' by ellsburg. He was brought here yesterday, SHORT LINETO THE EAST Hotel Still Maintains Canter Ued Indecent language in the pres when he waived an examination ol tbe Cloyd. . From Loultvlllt In Fslscs Cars without cbssgs. THE O.VCr LINE BUNNINtt High Roputation, Uf.6K, Iiviogntar charge, and in default ol S'JOQ bond waa r enoj df Camden's family and when Mrs A Hilly smh Seeking home, the committed to jsll lurlurtber trial. CUIPDIUTC lint ot tms rosdonwin AND fonimr Ball, who then lived at Camden's, Eubsnks Station wss thrin'from' a Wagon trnlunArl 10 rscslv spscial low ratet. was asked if the language tied on the or and Instantly klll'd a few dsys ago. Jadgt Hansford a Candidatt forStott Stnatcr. AND EOL1D TRAINS Sea Arsntt ratet, routet tblt Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Aeorwrlts of C. P. Cnmpiny for P. &T.A. , raslon was such that she would not care tn Csut Well hiserrctet a new Howe Stani-ordA1M0RE, 0. Ky, March 22 1B83. it Shall be Second to so Country ID Louisville, Kr. CHICAGO! till hofel.BwIilcliwlH 'be of TO repeat, she r plied, ' Well, I Should smite Scale Hotel in the State in it Fate, Reid.lKotnai KicSardi and LOUISVILLE Mum John it waa." Tom Othlll was jrkedt.up Wed great convenience) Jo pvliCf shipping stock cthtrt UmnLkitkM Tbe call upon me to Appointment., or Attention to Comfort of on an old judgment ( $60 Hrscist. Ndticx I'uMDisrs Irom tbs Knox make the race lor tbe JSeuale, aigned b 'll and proJuoe from this point. Branch of LAN K. K. srrlts In Loulitlll ills Be their Guwti. you and a great manv other leading; I tig llq'inr without licen-e- , and put lathe In tin to uke tbssvtalng train of tb "Monon Our telephone men niske haste slowly. of thl county, has been carefully con- Bout" sad go inrouga w rilsboo-e- . After consuming much of the We have been expecting the ompletlon nf sidered by me. My course will perhaps Rssartg n 111 hi ctaitjred to and from tkt dtptt nrlhar.viill.rls Honied adtertlietticilts of llvsl ley Weill es lay, the Mock and F ulkmr he line for lh tee veeVs, liut to d frteof ckarie. hptclal scroiaiaodittsas to routes, which srs liable to dtcelie ths public. ll tie noth- b' regarded as aomewhit unusutL.but the UraBfajtle. CrenforilsTllle. Lafajelte Ths hhonett snd Quickest ltouls from Clncln-nst Csmwtreltl Traislsrs. Tkt Bar will ks aHd thlcaifo vtlthoat chaaee. taurdrr case waa continued till i exi M n ing live thi- - battery cellsandthe pile have eimerlne aa well ss the unanimity of the alwajt tapslltd wltk tkt cktltsst Wet It the call, as well as my own inclinations, bardly dr, when It is hoped a trial will be h id reached this ) lace braids or Lltaort sad CUars. TIME TABLE. leave me room to hesitate I am no longer In ihe alternoin the esse agsjnm Froiuaii ' Society of this placx a candidate for tbe Lower House of tbe -'- ! he Literary DtllyT Daily. W. HTAriONB & MISSISSIPPI Minor fur the murder of John B Ferrill at meet ever Friday night They have a I withdraw frrnn that rac . 7 15pm Lve. IxutiTllIa. i4ani Miliedgevillr, a year more ago, wss journal called lh 'Evaporator" which will and beg my friend who have auppnittd Arr. Orssocsatls. U 4 s in 2 01pm 1 41 s ni 5 04 pm 10 Hours cillrd, and both sides announcing them be read hef ire the Knrletv next Friday me with such generosity and constancy to " Crtwfurdnlll 2 M au 4 It pm aelvw redy, the folloing jurms werei.b night, Mi Florence Ete is it Editress accept Biv warmest thanks, I accept the . 7IOau 9 0 I'm " Chlcsio ......... ! call upon me to make the other race. I tainnl fruin lh regiUr panel: L Under-woo-- Tor Sundae School at this place is do not ditgulte my deetie logo to FrankTh. most direct routs, with onlr on chine, of MriKontln, MlnnesoU, lows, points J, U. llryan, Oeorge Vaughn, W, F well attended and In charge of competent fort next winter and ttlt in the comple- csrs,toall Ac Forinlurtber loforwstlon. sddrsss Hourt thtsd of sll other llaea. Nsbrsika, MURRAY KKLLLK.U. 1' A., Abrahams, Wiu O.irton; and J lt Halt oflicers and leicher to mike It a success tion of some most important legislation in Pally Ti.lni, with no Changs of cars for sny Lontavllls, Kt tat- as a cititen of Kentucky I am which, etsjtoi pswengers. from the by slanders alter 40 person had riis hour of meeting is 9 A it Prayer deeply Interested. I would be proud InJudge Ysrnoii then made netting at the Church every Wednesday been examined Dally Trslnt to Louliville, wllh Free itrlor deed, to go there aa the Senator of the Can, an ordr that 25 men be aummoned along nigiil Klghteenth District, and should with the to heurs whole of my humble ability serve vou in the Dix River country, and yeslerdsy at 10 2I)sily Trslnt otherEitnullle, 4 on. 1cm In MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, chsnga of sll routti, wlb Will be permitted to Mrvs that capacity, at Iraat faithfully and o'clock the other six juror were obtained Inn or SflMn SDDrorsd of cars. In aiwnrd, I am a candidate for the Dally Trilns to Cairo, I hours quicker thsn Sam. M, Burdttt. Editor, marts at my atsbls 4 mile rROrRIGTOR, aa follows Thomas House, J. T. Land, snyolhtrllue, sndnochsngsofctrs. from Htsslord on tb Knob Elder Brock will preach at the church State Senate from thia district, subject to Lick pit st' Fred Hiooe, W F. McCiary, Henry Wal any action the democratic party may take. Dsllr Trslnt to Ktw Orlctnt. No cbsogeof Youra very truly, ter and J, 1' B edsoe. There were 67 per in this town next Saturday aud Sunday. etrs front Cincinnati, $10 to Insure The cold wave reached here Monday, W O Hahbkord. too examined iu all, and the Common -l- ining bad thU Hotel inUaiieioQDICEEIt thin Chlctga Iloutct to wealth had exhausted 3 of ber challenge There was a change of about 20 in the atJnlin Llilum. of LnuUvllls. Kr.. says: "I (have found Ilrnwn't Iron 111 Hers a very val. Lets Tluson ths and the defense 10 The latter I repre mosphere in three or four hours. Dsi Vsn DESCRIPTION AWDITOiaREE. Ifanaae Pltu Two Houn lets chtnje, of etrs On Wednesday evening aa the passen ttnSA9 ullj cut, and liable remedy for dyspepsia." dtll will bs I vrsrs old tn. Join of Msy, IS bsa ds t sented by Cot. Welch, Judge Ssufley and Tiotu baMmtat to girret, thsn by other line!. Inch, blood bsy wllh nttvy usst so nil snd win Col, 8 M Burdett, and the former by the ger train was coming up to the depot the A S20 Bibl msks whea fully 'dsvsloped s mi'niacenl bone. Rtward Dally JT. It the only line Tht te Keep It la h Ntrlctly Trains ti. it- -Clocluuatl tuJsV Loult, with 1 direct Hired by TtlssrrtttitJis by, Krsok Wottord; bt by regular attorney, Judge !)nny and F. F. engine ran over and killed a "slier" dog. uikluk from Ttie publisher of RMtdgt, Monthly t'lmt-uiMAllen trolhrr to niuiHer, coooKtton. In th Uulon UK1 (it hi Lout Iwlih Tltete will be fresh Itologna sausage on the twelve valuable rewtnlt In their Monthly Tslrgrsnh, twbo was a Cklefjl b ky Mbin Ulsck Mill's Lanc.1 and BtockbrlJ. llobbill. Minor is a fine looking specimen kllMOurl ftcllle Htllway, bt. Louis, Iren Mountor April, among which la the following -- llswk, of Hrldgepoit, Vt. hsby bii.rmia aud bs And leav notbloj unJooe tbtt will add to lbs tain A Southern iUllwiJj l'hlco A Alluo Kill market In a few days, T.legrsm's iltia oi manhood, and in the bar abowa up aa by IhsMlflntlJ'.illa Morgan, Chlrtiio, Burllnilvu -- Mrs. Ward and Mr,' Guard, of Liv- We will Rive $20 In cold to the person tiy Boyd HcHsry, Jr , td dan br Wblpp, Sd dsnj COMFORT OF MY 6UESTS. road, A Ht. Loult Ktllrotd,A Qulucr lUIIroad, KeW.lu.h, Ml. 'luUA the baudaouieat man. There reeoia to be okuk there are lit the k. wv. Vsud.l'ad.iM Ii a Ana comblaod ingston Station, were In town this week telling us how many verse by facise Ittllrotdi Mlswurl KtuuiAlrssi llsl. but little doubt that he killed his man, April 10th, usrs from Woodford county snd ol Unknown ped Old Testament Scripture war, St Loult A Pan Krancltcu lutlw.y. i thort to ttl It In no tat I will bs abut i. bat why, haa not appeared. The State Mitt Helen Conn la nt Capt. Jack Adama'. 1883 Should two or more correct antwer lees tlms Imprest Thii Upoa Your Meaory. K. H. CRBW, Stanford, Kr rested at 4 o'clock yeiterJtr, and the de A. D. Smith, 6f Loulat Me, ii a( M. J. be received, the reward wtlt be divided, Ars Otf.Tfd The money will be forwarded to the winvisiting his mother, Hon. Thot. Tht O. & M- It tbs only Hot by which you fense bad examined several witnesses to the Miller, ner April 10th, 18S3 Persons Irving for can get through cart from Cluclnnttl tubl. IaiuIi 8PKOIAL INDU0SMSWT8 hour of adiunrmaut al 6 1'. M. It prolwi II.CorueHwuhere Tuesday, shaking hand the reward mast Mod 20 cents In silver (no without csilsgeatra Isrs la addition to mousy boys. paid for llrtst. pottsge ttsmpe taken) with their answer bla that the Jury can take the case about With the To pstronlt ms, ss I bars svsry conT.olnc.iuch korittkeu. rsttt.or snv lalmmallou.rsll ou -- The L. A K. It. R. Co. Is having new for which they will receive the May Month BAMr-LItOOUJ, Ac, lor their um. noon Ticket Agenltof ronncxllug Hurt to tbs st HICK Ntllberofut bating tb tlms to attsnd -I- Kf Hess call SUM Wsluut !. an4 address 'of the collecting sad Milling up olour old fiful builntas, ralt and lies distributed along the road fy, in which the Wssteutlh it... Urtnd A R Trevlvii, Loultvllle, Ky.. ears: "I w bstsMcursd lbs ttrrtcet or Mr al, feytoo to Baggage Tramferied ante and from PlnnlBBalH(.or Dciwt (ootofMllltlrtot. lloltl, UinClnRlll Iu this county, The. old rails are to much winner of the reward and tbe correct used Brown's Iron Bitter for nervoutnuss swer will b published. This uay be worth sltssdtott. sit Nslsaulhoilttdby ut to collect tod W IU 8HATTUI. W W.I'EABODV, tke Depot free at ekarge. rsnlpl for sccountt dus us. and It liMglvtu ua entire aud Immediate worn and broken that It la almost danger- -' $20 to you; cut It put Address Rtt)ede Uen't fuHifii Ast Uta'l Huptrlslindtot, IM.U J. II. kteALMTEH, Clnclnnttl. BUotvrd, Mir t W.H. VKANCM. M. V. tlKIWHT. out to travel on the cart. It la high time Publishing Company, Etttoti, Peon. Olr.inttciU. relief." Oanlen Held ron FonTitm TntAu John Large and complete a.orlruent 8eU at Druce, Wrren A Co' of Plngleton, one of the men n, a that they should be putting down new tie, a the old one are rotting nn the ground, so that the spike will not hold the nil steady. Mr. F, L. Thompson wishes to start lo the city In a few day to bay spring goods, He therefore requests all persons Indebied to htm lo come and pay him by Batardsy next. He needs the money and mutt have it before making his spring purchases. If you owe him, go pay him. -- While Wm. II, Albright waa sleeping In his store on Monday night, none thief went In and picked his pockets of about $130 in money and a check for $90. Tha rogue left no clue to his Identity. Albright thinks he know his man and will ketp a sharp lookout lilt he catches him. now There are two cases of small-poIn this county; one at Ilrcdhetd and the other at Pine Hill, The County Judge hta ordered the Sheriff to procure a guard (or each of them, some one who has had the disease and who will keep all persona awsy from the premises. This It a good move In the right direction, and If perse vered In, will perhsps prevent the foul diseate from spreading x ggTf ABURTIRKXm. JCDGK W. O. HA.NHFOKI) It a etndldsts Keprrsentstlv for tbe ilftnoerstlo nomlnstloa for rnonwiom . re. viaxow In lb ntxt LegUUtare. te A tfa h amris Ibvs7. CsS JODGK T. P. HILL. JftL, 1IfT7j TrtT BwfiriTfTwAtH i. all tr M iharWhaM rtrtMt mfattmarpirtkvaltrt t1 lrfjj ft a rtodldtts for Reprrssnlttlvs la ths nsxt Leg ra"irtlTk llltf itlttj fm ..H, OfcU. dsmocrtry. liliture, tntjeet Is tht trtlon ot reHtHCr. A Mtf AK1K, tht Oflc Arnx.iniii3VH xrr r,A.v. STANKORn, KY la Owtlty A Hon'a new bslldlng-- ap ' "M. 1'KVTON, T. W. & W B VARNON, wsLtaca a. vsssov. sltlrt. J. et aoToJ. T. Harris' EtsUursint -d, IAV, r. huitman. DBSTIHT, FIK8T Stanford Female a flnt-cls- JOS. NEVIIt.UVCE, ROBINSON ,... .. ls J. Unii.. , .. . ss Farm Inrter FOB Terms moderate. Or, -- 4rr..ttu. rd Hiiigin-botha- ra Totl.... ihe a..mm.... (iTS-t- f) ec GHAMPOl THE Kentucky' Route East k AT pilo-takin- A SOLID TRAIN - I.CX-iBKtB- B, 129-- i, WASHINGTON CITY, FOB one-ba- lf ALE ! iiort-roo- RocV-cast- le nt .. ..... d -citizens ............. ., Bsok....... W-- tf betu-titul- ly W. T. GREEN, ..... e ...... Bnkir... a .. Groceries, Hardware, Through Trunk Line and Saddlery, Harness PLOWS tf WAGONS. MYERS HOTEL, and JBOUTE." SOUTH & WEST Louisville, New Albany STANFORD. KY. Propr its blsck-smit- h, ,,.., Railway. vf-M- Pullman Palace Cars! Wr if ne-d- sy tr citi-te- -- Don't Led Astray! it ,.. ... Ursntt..., 01 Jt .. I ST.ASAPH HOTEL. Cincinnati to St. Louis DAVE YANDELL linn-ell- W. S. FRANCIS, 3 a MTANFORl, - - KY. jlofurnislictl and lloftttcd I lutHd 2 2 cut. h.. IJl-I- ni Commercial Traveler 1 NOTICE - ! to-u- nat mmmmammmmmmmamBsemm SmOTtcMg 3nlm8r$0imd When n inivii lm ilia law on hn sjlik, Md attempts (o firrosl a criminal, Micro It not much tUnger. Crimlaali ro Tory often cowards, especially oik Eastern thlovos ana burglar. Occa March 23,1883 fontilly k yonng rind reckless thief will Friday HoralBg, attempt to shoot, but audi men aro ol the lower ortlcr of fcrnnin(il. ' Burglars, gOSOS OrXATVBK. counterfeiter, forger, and tho like, tnki funx aiir.ii.iir watTTIt. chances of Iwing arrested as one. of th &. a tlXalur' adtentitrunif chances of their business. If you have Hit n.ur crated to pUy; , tho law on your side, nnd go at them in rb long, that rtar of morning tung Hat nerer died wy, a proper, moaner, you'Jl.wta crwy time 'fhero-ircvfTythlnir lrtgoIng strong inJ prayer It made and prtlft ti f Inn, Hjr.aU thing netr and far) , enough. If a detective, is foolish enough ' -i ,1b ocean lookrth up t heaven, into n thieves' resort, to ffo single-handeAnd mirror try ttar, bo's bound .to hayo trouble, no matter ll wttea ire k netting on lb trand, who tho criminal is. Hut in tho West Ai knrtlt tbo bnman knee, iv&d South n detective takos his lifts in Tbelrwbil lock bowing to tbMnd,- - "" liis hand. Tlio detectives who aro scnl Tb prkitbood of thereat into Arkansas, Texas, Missouri, Western TV 7 poor their glittering treuurea forth,'.. Their Blttt of pearl they bring, Tcnncssco, Mississippi, Alabama, tin And U lb Uetenlng hllla on Mrtb Indian Territory, and into tho groat Tak up (he ong they ting. South and West generally, run a , T1m green etrth rcndt her lucerne up ,' risk. Wo lost fivu men ic From many mounUla .hrtoe; Missouri in eight months in looking up From f olded leaf ud dewy cup Bb pour her ncml wine. tho James and Younger brothers. Oui rucn'WcTO tvotklng foY llm Adams ExTbe tuleta ibot lb morning rill Mr wldt t wing of prayer; press Company at tho tioiu, Tho men Th altar rnrlaini of lb bill who go out after such crimiuals earn At tuatrta purple air. i. , their 'money every 'Mae, i can assure The Ind with brmna of prtjtr ar km J, your. -- MXXICax Attaint nour... One of the many (tiwtkotive features truth, but invite the lif of a foreign people to attract a sttanger to dinner. liumi ah. ". on entering New Mexico is tho adobe t pno hill, cnmiotJJaesp trwl!". e Ciintte, EqnfvAleiif of our "Twrt of (dobe) castle of the native, Tha of the Mexlcau adobe is simple trade." and primitive, being constructed of clay Tho sea will settle when it ninn-ie- . to suit convenience and rlJj (m ihTcd, . j.'Url and molded owner. the the In loath taste of the rural districts When tha houso is bui of the Territory, by which is meant all enters lu. Turkltli. parts outsldo of tho or no Heaven sends almonds' tfa'tlttT t KtiRAr runnrax rnarititt CHIlBrB DIBCCTUKT. IY01 le love LUMHEH OP ALL KINDS. Pattor Any on M0UTH.-- Rt! archl-lectur- The Secret of the universal success of Brown's Iron Hitters h simply this: It 11 the best Iron preparation ever made; is compounded on thoroughly scientific, chemical and medicinal ". ftXjtli-less- . half-dore- n , ' A'ubtan. s There was never good or ill but woman ' had to do with it, Qatllc. . What a wornsn doesn't know sho'll d hUlcOaellc: Steel likes to bo called gray silver. -- , suggests tho question of pay. ' Tbe dropping of rein. " Welt, tho pay rurJs' all tho way from With drooping toad and braacbe crowed. 310 nnu 20 a week to $),C00 nyear. Cta twilight fofeat grltTe' ' Tlio raai that goon on a dangerons Or rpeaka with tongue of IVntecoit doesn't necessarily get higher From all lu usunlt leare. vnigcs. Iu ittct ho does uot get them. I tb tempi' arcb, Tb blu aky He works for to much, and docs what It Iramept earth and air, tie is ordered to do. But at the same Tb muilo of it .tarry march, i. The rboni of a prayer. time a man is not asked to do a dangerous piece of work ngaiust his wilL It Bo nature keep tb twTerent f ram Willi hick her year began,' ho hesitates he need not go. To succeed I, , And 3 fierklgna and voke ehain a man must go willingly. Of courso the Tbe preyerlcea heart of man. fact that a man succeeds iu a dangerons : r piece of work Is 'of ten tho means' il an MODEttN DETECTIVE UOJiK. increase of liis salary. Why, it's like any othor business exactly. Each man . To begin with, I'll say that defeves has his value. Jt won't do to work for are dividetl into three general classes : a reward. Human naturo is human na- shadows, investigators anil ropers. When nwn peesjn big pile of a man begins tho business, be fa pui at' money coming as tlio result of fixing a shadowing. It is an excellent way to test on, soma man wellj it's often him and, see what stuff there- is in Jiim. Lcrimo. mnu, gaiuy or inno111. he ..wilL'.wateii . boose1 utight after dangerous ior mni cent. Tho work should bo done for so night in all sorts of weather, or a man much, whatever the result.'1 day after day, without exciting suspi. "What is tbe average life of a detectis pretty safe to employ him regcion, it ive?" ularly. A good shadow is an important "Well, I don't 'kn6i as to that. I part of a detective foroe. In aj great think, though, they stick to tho work many coses of crime, thero is no clow to ou an average, say fifteen "ycArs.tThen tho criminal, hut only a suspicion. Tho they get tired of traveling, and want to shadow is told to watch such a man and settle down. They get situations in ee what he does, what sort of company hanks, hotels and other institutions," he keeps, where ho resorts ; or he is told "Aro" female detectives "much emto watch n houso, see who goes in and ployed or dccnded npou ?" T HAT'S norso TO XAKB POLTOA. out, what tho character of the inmates MY A FAIL V II K. "It is diflicnlt to get a respectable is, what hours they keep. Now, in order woman to do detectivo work There A man stepped into a Main street barto do this, a man must have tact, intelliaro lots of them that claim to be detuu er shop to get shaved. While the bar Ho must not only gence, persovcrance. ives, but they must le employed with ber was passing tho stool over his face, not excite the suspicions of the suspected cantion. They ore or.osionally nsofu tho man began to shed tears. This must not excite the susparties, bnt ho to work up n caso against a woman. In attracting tho attention of the proprietor picions of the police Tt is very awksuch cases we nsuallvpmploy a female of tho shop, he directed tho manipulator ward for a detective to give an account relative of some of our mm a woman of the razor to sharpen the implement. of himself to a policeman. While tho powho knows whut detectivo work is, one As the shave continued the man's tears liceman may be tho most hones', and who is respectable. But we have to flowod unceasingly, and the barber confaithful in the world, it endangers the cose bo very careful always in employing tinued to whet his tool, occasionally if be knows a detective is around, and women. changing razors, and striving as diligent mentions it casually to a brother polico : ) i'tPo detectives mnrry?' ly as poasiblo to ameliorate tho sufferman. Yon can see that to do bis .work " Sometimes. But a man with a fam ings of his customer. well a shadow must be a man vumo ap. ily cannot,- in the nature of tho case, be " Wo are using tho best razor in tho pearance will not provoke comment or as grxxl a drtectivc, its daring, as ready shop, sir," said the man 'with the lather attract attention. You'd not make a good to go anywhere tit moment's notico as a cup. "Your face must bo very tender. shadow. You're too tall. A very short an unuiarriot man. But of course a Docs it.pain you much ? " man- - won't do. In fact it thoroughly thc-marrr,' (. " A razor pain me I Do you suppose commonplace-lookin- g man is the very igpodnauyof " Aro dLguisos much used ?" that a man that has been through tho best. 'Ho should be young nnd nctjve. " Not nearly so often as tho student war shrinks from physical suffering?" We have had office boys who developed of Guborian would imagine. It's all "Then what tho deuco havo you k considerable talent for that sortqt-wprnonsense, this talking of a man's so. been blubberin' about?" queried tho Sometimos. a boy can be used, where a. wjiiskcra,"a.,wig boss. man cannot. lie can hang around a and p tiut that he can pass unrecognized got to thinking over bad news bouse and make the acquaintance of in daylight. Ho might not be rooog-nize- from tho East. Another mother-in-laboys in tho neighborhood, and other but ho would surely bo detected. the criminal, who may be watching from lbupolice will pounco on a man atpnee comin' out next woek to spend tho winter. Here's tho money for tbo inside tho house for a chance to( steal if tbey see bim wear a false board and shave." " out unobserved, may think the coast it's easy enough to tell n false beard shan't charge you a cent," said clear when ho sees that thero is no'one much easier than a wig, and they arc tho barber, sadly. never bleed a around except two or three boys playeasily ietectoi1. Tim shidowB usually tnan's pocket when his heart's bowed ing marbles on tho sidewalk.; )Ve hail carry a soft cap or hat, or both, in their down. Coma in .oecaslonallr. unit a caso of this kind in Baltimore at' the poekels to nse in case of 'necessity ; and mingle your tears with' "mine." I've got time of the robbery of tho Third iNation-a- l sometimes in tho night a beard con be Mime mothers-in-lamyself. Fourby Dank there. ' Wo wanted to wa.tch a used, hut not often. If tho criminal has thuuder!,';. , .. -- A house on Perry street, and wo couldn't ' droped on' a shadow tho best plan is " That's, what's goin' to .make polygdo it with onr regular shadows.'' 89 wo to. put, uuolher man on him. As I said amy .a failuro ta Utah' said 'the teur-ul He was. playing put a boy there. man as he slammed the door. A'att ' marbles whon the man came out,. and in the start, there's very little romance or mystery about a detocttve's life." Luke Tribune. then gave tho signal which resulted in O. H. 1'inkcrton, in New Vork Sun. TUB, TJlA.(ifLAST.l TltfX , Of flOXC bis capture. But boys, ns a nile.j are Tho ingrafting of flesh is a surgical not safe They are likely to bocosii too vHah awitrn MtiraeAtKH hoax fert which has been frequently accomimportant in their own estimation, and Quo of tho cleverest hoaxes ever perpeplished .with success ;, but tltf first thoy may talk. Borne great crimiunli trated was one invented bySwift and in- known instance of transplanting a pieco may Iki captured by means of shadows. tended for the public good. Ho caused of bone frpm one living The Northampton Bank robWrs vra to tto fwrson to anprinted and circulated fcomo "last other was announced at a recent meetahadowitd mouths lefore thu arrrst f words " of a street roblwr named Ellis-to- ing of tho Royal Society. In 1878 a ijcott and Dunl.ip. Billy Connors wai purporting to lo written shortly young child was admitted into the Gliu shadowed two months, mid llvd Loary, txforo the execution, iu which the gow Infirmary with necrosis or' mortifilefore his lost arrest, vo3 shadowed jinc thief was niado to say! " Now, cation of the right humerus or bono of weeks by three duTorcnt dl"MJYe as I am a dviug man, I have dono sometho uper arm. The mortified part was .Mr "The iuveotiinitiir," thing wliii-- may Ins of good uso to tho removed from tho bono, but oven alter A'inKenon, " is me man who ui(r public. Iluivo left with an,lfuneflt man fifteen months no fresh bone had grown crime has been committed, f me only nouebt man x ever was ac preliminary investigation. Hu us.'iiV quainted ith the names of all my to fill up tho gap. This extended tq s of tho entire shaft, and it workH with the local ofllcern. HqsoUhtfp ick&llhrtttbmi.yttai places of t their pretends to work in secret. Ho look abodo, with a short account of tlio chief becamo necessary to try and transplant tho ground over, miugles with civiliani, crinicsjhcydiavo committed, iu many pi a piece of alien bone into the place. talks with every ouo, and forms his con. wlilch-- I havo been their accomplice, and On three several occasions portions ot living bone wcro transplanted into the elusions. He must bo a man of grcntui beard thu rest from their own moutlis. . I intelligence than is necessary to miiKo ;huvo likewise get down tlio nawes of 'chad's arm the pieces bylug obtained from osseous wedges which had' to bo good shadow. Ho rejxrti tho resnjfaul womj) wujcidl our setturSyOf the, wicked excised from tlio healthy bones of other his Investigations, aud on this report1 "and all of 'those houscH ww Tho pieces wcro divided iuto decided tho course to bo pursued.4 who receive and buy our stolen goods. I patients. ouo result of his report will bo that Ikroeioliiuuly charged. this honest man, many small fragments before'being applied, and in pours of tiinejhby nuited a shadow is put ou a certain man, a'uJ and havo received his promise upon an effort is inodo in that wuy tcj reach outh, thut, whenever he hears of any together into a solid rod, thereby converting arm into a useful one. the truth in tho matter. Tho prcjindu-ary roguo to be tried for robbery and The operation is of great importance as investigator, in short, upc)iH,thp wly ho ni'I look into his list, and, demonstrating that a piece of transfor private investigation. if he finds the name there of tho thief con"The ropor must, to xpeak p 'nl, cerned, to soiul tho whole paper to tho planted bono is capable of living and ' rope' men ifS Ho oomos nearest to the Government. Of this here give my growing on another system, to the ben I dime-novdutoctlro of uny In tho list, comiKinious fair and pnblio warning, eflt of the latter. but he is a great way off Iron that rc and lioio tliat thoy may takq jt," Wo Tips sold to dato from the fifteenth to tnantiohero. Tlio roper is simply a nro tjld tlmtlho Deau's rnso siicceeded the sixteenth centuries has been found in gentlemanly person, social, of good so well that street robberies were, for the French rh er Soone. The letters exable to frame excuses for any tiling oiauv vcars after, few and fur between. hibit great irregularity of construction, homay do or say, and able to turn the being of all heights and having no Boyea dollars, for this! conversation in auy way ho pleases. Ha "WnAr there Is 'ufckj must havo traveled, must have a good Why, ' you' only chargid mo &. 60 for an obliquT incisl&h wtiicll showed tUe kuowledge of men, must le ayi easy talk- that lino largo pil piece on the wall compositor whero was the top of tho letthero." Orcot artist: er, but a bettor listener, " "Exactly so. ter. Tho letter wero erforated, y "Is a detective's lifo jwirliejlwjy U' That little bit in vouc hand is dono in for (lis purpose of stringing a mini-ln-- r They coma high now on terous ?" of tlcm, together aud then tying ".Not in the least. No mora so thauj wimu.t of tho ivcent drought." ibtmi. ' Or low with rob of ptln, The IhnrMer-ergi-n of tie cloud, you." lri "That ' mis-sio- r ,tare,-'andvben.-a - powerless against Jiis oppressor " It isn't tubo nUne, but tho iooth, U00, that Jiolps out tho foot. A'umiiu Wed no woman in whom you can t)nd uo Haw. quelle. S)cak low, frioud ; even a dead C.arV cars can hear. llumitivi, narsh Is the praiso that cannot Ik listened to ; dark aro tho dames that caunot lw dallied with. Gaelic. Though a snake be fed with milk, It will still yield poison. Tamul. Tut 0 crow in a cage, will ho talk liko a par-r1Uratl. The uim tree will not be sweetened, though you water it with milk. Sanscrit. Twang on a golden harp and the peo ple will admire your playing. Itutsian. Tho jackal howls will my old buffalo dio 1Jladaya. Will the barkiugof the II dog reach tho skies? Cingaltie. the dog bark at the mountain will the mountain lie injured or the dog? Tamul. (Equivalents of our own prov erb, " Curses come homo to roost. ") Tho birds live, though not all hawks. Gaelic. If n dog has money ho is called " Your lordship the dog." Kroumlr. Many a man wears a blue ribbon on his breast that had better wear a rope around his neck. Iluttlan. Tlio thief is sifest who lives under the walls of the King's palace. Pcrtlan. It is a big beast that there is .not room for outside. Gatlic. Cold is not kept out with a "For Qod's sakol" or "For tho prophet's sake)" but with, four seerr of .cotton. Afghan. A learned man without works is a cloud without rain. Arabia. Worship without faith is it waste of tlowctt. Tcllau. (Equivalents of our saving concerning "faith without works.") Haitian. Tlio' meat is on llio cltopphfg.libanl. Cfiliific Equivalent to "tho victim it commercial Centers, these mud houses rarely, if ever, ex?ced one story In height, and aro constructed very much after the pattern of tho backwoodsman's shaAty, with flat roof, earth floor, etc. In the three principal towns of the Territory-Sa- nta Fc, Albuipierqueand Las Vegas the adnlxi very often assumes an imposing apicarancc, in somo instances reach ing two nnd even three stories in height. ' Tho clay Wing susceptiblo of a smooth finish, the surface ot many of thess mod ern adobes is designed in imitation of granite, brick or such other pattern as may best suit the fancy ot the owner. To each adolie, in town or country, is attached a plaza, either rear or front. Tlio Mexican farmer or town citizen constructs hb residence close to tlio design of a barrack or corral, with a wall, from ( clve to fifteen feet high, surrounding an aro of ground sufficiently large to meet the requirements of his household. The only entrance to this inclosuro is by a gateway. Tlio several apartments of the family are arranged within aud around the inclosuro, without other opening than a door leading; to the plaza or court-yarwhere a structure of mud from throo to sit feet high and bearing a close re seinblanco to atteo-hiv- e serves for a bakery and other kitchen purposes. By this stylo of architecture tho Mexican Honor not only draws tho lino of caste, but is s protected from severe snuw aud that sweep over tho Territory at irregular intervals. These mud structures are saU to be very comfortable warm in winter and cold in summer. It d is claimed by the natives that a adobe can be nsed with comor even 100 years. fort for seventy-fiv- e well-to-d- o d, sand-stormproperly-constructe- docs just what is claimed for it no more and no less. By thorough and rapid assimilation with the blood, it reaches every part of the system, healing, purifying and strengthening. Commencing at the foundation itbuilds up nnd restores lost health in no other way can lasting benefit be obtained. jvDeiroom AT.,CWcft,KT. 1k a f rtat luStrer fro- avr7wrkitomach(hrariburo,aiul dytpcptlalnliivrofitform. Nearly principles, ami Thuredty nltht a. at. wlihlnn I buy I.umher for bating, Kef II V Moiilinn, Superintendent fencing or any pnrrM tin nt money by getting J M. Itofu. t our mill on lb llnratorfitm, about two BApriMT-- Kv and FourthBaoon, Pattor. Seriiiw Sundtya, raornlng and mile fiom Crab Urthtrd. WtdOMday aftr. night, l"rafer Meeting 171 Mr.l.VIN Jt CO. noon. Sunday School al ( SO a. al. R. K. narrow auperlnundent. Wonhlp by lb ot-Bluc-Qra- ss ( lillllrtTI AN.dty. Prrtchlngby rongregallcn CatJ ry LoriPt lr. J, W. onrlirond and Fourth lxnl'l dafa. Sunday School rtup.rlaund.au. I offer for talc rrlta'rly, my farm of 171 Acre al S.1S. Jo. Stranc, ofet(eUenthtue-gr- a land, with a largebilck and JRFJ)IIYTr-KIASOUTH.--KT I. "TeTcKr. frainornldrnMi combined, of ten ronnit, within a I cor. raulor. flundar School at t.SO. John W. plk. bent, NuMrlntendent. Union rraynr Meeting on mile of the new ntanford A I'reachrrttlll We.1nea. . nUht. New ortkard, freah and medical waler In abun-dtflrtat tUti, Including neat tenant hoUM. In grata, 309 arr, and baianrx tillable. Tlmlwr abundant Church en.l tchooN bout ner by, and tha neUhborhnol unexcelled It It notollen tbattnchidnlrailefaim u Ureal. Tllheptrrict Addrrti in at hianfoid, Ky.or call ft in tt tb farm. -173-- 1 jr-or- ir stan rutin. KY. MR1. NAR.lll I'IMIK. t eicept lh thIM. Sertlce etery Sunday morning and M. C Morriaon. irayr Meeting Sunday School at try rrj Form For Salo! OPERA HOUSE. W. P. WALTON, 1QQO. Proprietor. Tho Cmciimti Nowsl A SlwofSltg, aa DAILY ol Sn-er- y 21x50 Kl hlrom Setting capaclly. Including gallery, too. HrtMntbl rite ta good atlractloiit. Addrea .lpell Domooratio Nowflpapor! nv wan. nmauK ram 00 . ...n.t Dally and Kunday lit.n, on ynr 4 Oil Dtlly and Aiindiy edition, tlx nronlbt Dally and funday clltlou, threw m.ntbi - 1 CO All tubecrlptlont Intarltbly In adranm. An extra npy ol th piper will I mtllrl fre lorobeyeirloany perxMi wno will r.lM a clnhol ten annual tubncnlNMa at on iNwtoroo, and forward tbelr name and addmML together wllb 170 aliot. hatjjh It pulillthrit lo inUrrlberi at tb tdlowlng orHUii-citrrioNi ROBBED Ililf TbouM04tofgraTra ar enniiillr roblwd ol their tlcilmt, tltra prolongral, ktpplncMand hrallh n tiorniby uieortbegreat GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! to, CTtrjruiInc I at M dutrttt, nil I could cat butllltl. I hav tried emrthlnf recommended, hav taken lb pretcrlpUooa of a tloren fittTtfeliR!, butgoc na relief until I took llrown'a Iron Hlttcri. I feet none of Id old trouble, and am a iwr man. I am getting much I am aironger, and feel fini-ra- t. a railroad af.terB and no mat ny trip regularly. 1 can not lay too much In pralt of your wonderful medicine. 1. C. Mac-- . rv Which potltlieiy and permanently cure llio-frteru,(cauw- d by txtwae-liilekind,) Arillf. llrrifciira, and all dlaraa thai follew a aequeucoofrvll Abuae, at lua of energy, kilcl memory, nnlterul UmIiuJ, pain In in back, dliuncMof tl,lon prrmaiur old age, and many other ill!rati that lead lo cuntuiaptlon and n li V XTpend fur rlrrulara alth te.ll-woo- l. Daily and funJ.y edition, IS cent per week, or I. rirw bf mill Th I . .'lUOHATOH S3 rente iwr month, parable, to carrier. It told at II c box,or lit toiet Ivr 16, br all I'llICl; llV HINULK U)Pi. .. .rocenli rirugeiit!, or will to tent free ly mail, aec.rely Dalle edition . Thre e ntt aealeit, ou receipt ifprlcv, by add ret ting Sunday (doubl ilir)...... V. J. lllSJIfSlV, Ageuu. ctrrlert, neatlealert, newtboyt or any 111 A dltnl l treat, Toledo, Ohio. on bandllcg Till. N K n, are n quired to tell the lH-lySnleatent fur tbo tnlleddute piper In eoufelulty with th abut ratra. Ad-d- m i T1IK Afill K, Cincinnati, O. Brown's Iron Bitteiw docs not contain whiskey or alcohol, and will not blacken the teeth, or cause headache and constipation. It will cure dyspepsia, indigestion, heartburn, sleeplessness, dizziness, nervous debility, weakness, &e only Brown' Iron Hitter mad I y Brown Chemical Co., lUlllmor. Cruued on wrapper. red IImi and trade-nar- THE WEEKLY Vi 111 NEWS! Co. to tutted by tb Cincinnati News Publishing t'i - XEr WAY TO RAISE HKTTBK DOQS. A citizen of Our community has a fine litter of setter dogs. He has been taking special pains to give them a good start in the world, and to this end it was his custom to rise from his bed at short intervals to feed them. It becamo rather tedious business for him to "crawl out " during the cold winter nights to attend to their wants, so he tried a new plan. Setting a pan of milk in a warm corner behind the stove, he went to bed, and, in tho small hours, tho young canines called for food. Thinking to make a good job ot it, he arose in the dark and carried tho pan carefully to the when, seizing each pup by the napo of tho neck, he thrust its nose into the pan, and, when all had " got to their work," returned to his bed. The next morning he was aroused by his wife, who wanted to knew what in the world Inhe had done with her bread-pan- . vestigation followed ; his wife wet np a batch of bread and set it behind tha stove to rise; this pan our "shot" had carried to the imps, and thoy, after gorging themselves with tho dough, waddled back to their warm nest. The yeast yas good and the puppies rose, looking like so many muffs with the head of tho animal used for trimming, while their legs and tails resombled potato. Henderwarts on an early-ros- e son (J'l.) Tobacconltt. A wood-houso, ATTOR HAM M. nrntDETT, N EY AT LAW. Mt, Vernon, Ky. 'Will prattle hi probation In KockcaaU and 31 00 office, oo year. adlotnlnc countle and In th Coort of irnal A club of fifty coplea, milled to one rwat- BpKlal atUnUon glren to collection!. SO 00 ..... office, on tar And larger club at th rain of 71 ccott per copy per annuu And In addition, ThftVeekly Newt will to ma el fre for on year lo any prtMn wbw will ralte a club ol twenty or mora annual tuberr tort at on pualomc, and forward Ibelr nam.t and eddre. with tb rtquliltc amonnt ol money, a per abut G lblof ratta, Tbl. tireparatlon It purely irrrtabl and fre from all nVletrrjou. or tlangernu. .u'tetanr, an4 tt I. alMolatety certain to Ulna all alnit.of warm rram lh hum.n .y.trm It I. not naovating to Ibmmtf1etlcala(ftni.rh and rhllitren will tak Dou.ei.oi4. It at readllr a. Ihar will ninla.M. which iIumim Tb Weekly Newt It a large quarto, conitlnl g rwcomnieiid It to wrny houeekeeper. farenuean ilityfourcnluiunt of reading matter, prlnlM n a apply ll wnu ''Vj. "d, parkltna; eye, happy ., .mijvTV. .1' wilt nnconatlooaty exprea a fln arltcUol calendered iper. I order to reach all clataea, It will to aold at th in arapino or ithe llttl one. It I, th. mnl w.rwi arfljfer bat It rleaanttatake lutnln following kw twoKunr Tl.lt, and olt by oaalart at tn.olr Br KATES OF HVHSVIltPTIOM mil. Try a bottle. by C. Manufacture 1'IOOXE CO. ... I to A tlngl copy, on year . f tomce, A cluo of ten coplea, mailed to one O0ir. tmn JttttH Htrrrt. tultrillm, Xh oo year..... 9 Ou For tal ta Sl.ntord by riant A Mcitirrta. A club of twenty nplta, malted lu on pott- omcw.on tear . .. .17 00 al- A cluhof thirty coplea, mailed to on detnted lo Pidllln. It It a Democratic Nwa, Mil kela, Agriculture! and I. tenure, and will I cuneu wiin I u now vi tutting It a uuir-- a til. lirully At a new candidal lor public fator, Tb Wiek-- y New will cater to th requirement ol lit lead- crt II wlllthoroutbly dlKin. all lit. queatlo of the day. It will in pattlcaltr attention lo lb gathering of lb newt Liritel car wlllto taken In cvai piling th tarlout merle! reiurle. In thlntereiot lb farmer, guvdl ipte will b drtotrd la agriculturefa tirceral lltrralur and tba Umllt ilrcla will tarlout mallei Sited comprle an Important drpartm.nl ol lb paper, anil tt wlllto th puukxmo' th mtntgwmcnt auto edit and pnbllth In lh U'eetly ewe at lo commend Ittuand mat II a welcome tliltof In terry lrr. N4pr. CrlteVERrWE. .. ..... ..... HALL'S OUllKS Canlty-Chronlci Afflicted, Attention DR. FOB THE MIXZiION. MANUFACTURED III W. K. UAMN, M. D ANN'S KEMEDIES! Ratarrh Rure PREMIUMS TOR CLUBS tant. nna Cs'.nrrtt of tho Natnl Uicoratltol Catarrh of tha Car, Lyo or Will to dlitrlbotrd among thoe who obtain and Throat. It taken INTLRNALLY, nnd upon the) Blood and not OIRrCTLT end to The Weeklf Newt tb en large.! clutoof Mucous (lurf.tcos of tho 8ritcm. It lit lull ralaiiibacrlberi Irom auy o Stavbyth Xi tho host Blood Purifier lit tho day ol July, ISU, Lath tubiiflptlon In Ibia VO.ao, nnd In worth ALL that lo clubtwlll to charged for It, for THAT olono. MOrrriCELLO. XT. $l,OOOIXOJaI! ... ... . . . Tb world It filled with th wonderful, fnl and lntrlcal Intention! ol man, jet all th combined talent and geulut tb world hat e'er known bai oeter produced iQTthlof tbat can compar with Dr. Uann'a Brmrdle." Wed leal tklll and aclenc ba?, at tailed to dlrcot.r any thing equal to them, forth ear of th die- for which recommended. Ae art Tlrtne and uart an pralaed by tboutandt through. out th length and breadth ol th land, and at -(Standard Family Medicine, tbey cannot to celled, anil ar folly aubttantlated by th strong-e- at teaUmonlala. For Cougha, Colda, Croup, Bronchitis, Coniump-tlo- n and all Irltcaaraa ol tb Throat and Lunge, thl jt, ONE DOLLAR PEU YEAR. Sd tby thlr For Largcit Club " Id ' ' " " " - 4th Sth eth 7th v,b 10th Sth ' .. M . .. . . .. . tlOO In gold w 02TLT ' ' "!. . .m " . no " . " . SO ' :j " loo W 11,000 Vie Dr. Gaan'ri Cough Nyrnp. c, mrcitnw iTraarcrrtoJ and Parklea woiklng lor th tbot premlumi tnuit aiybat It wlil cure any rate of CaLarrblf taken For Llrer Complalo!,Djiprpila. In.llinllou.Jiun-dlcYuu Irulr, lntarlably tend on dollar with neb nam r. purl- properly. Conttlpatlon, Dour blomach and all Blllout ed, and tbey tbould git ninir with p. o. J, U Wtantxaronn, Diataaai, and tend money at fait aa th intorrlnen WOItTII 8IO A HOTTLK. lUtw luv! ar obtained K. Mcnnav. Jncknco, Ulrb,, wrlu-Use Dr. Orbb'h Llvcr Cure. Small amuunla of money may to aent l.y mall at rnuurhfumien-a- . Jlall'. Catarrh CurwcurrJ tb Company' rlia, but amouutaoter Simuit to me, tiinaklerlt worth 1 10.00 a liotlle. For RheumatUm, Neuralgia, Spnlni, BrUtr and aent br iwitofir money otd.r. check or bt r mit trrtnldhrall Dropcletant ',& rt tir Imtttn. UO. Swelling an external application for manor re red letter. Bend lor iclmen copy and then Vamtfartiirrd and ankl hr F 3 CJJENLV TOLCtiO, OlllO. lubtcrltofurlt. Addrev tonal IM ra, Totll. And we offer Ono Hundred Oollnre lor any Onto of Cntrrn It will riot Cum. WILL. CL'UU ANY CAS- IOClce of A. T Brxwinr Oil Vnicioo, in , y tmn , lem, ua., . wmo, iSntrt. j. i until trnlrajuro In u. Icformln? vou it.nUtmtn.l tal4 lljit 1 liaio ukhI II ill Cntarth Oira. It liaa mim mabkltu rrriN thk CURE FN. xma CATIHRR r "I "I "I ..; ' Frank, a cabinet vamishcr, that Dleeate. Manufactured aDd for aal by thero was a fortune for any ono who "w. m:. d., could rovivo tho lost art, Frank took Sol proprietor. Moollcello, Ky. "AII order Mtl tho hint, and got tho sympathy ot tho by null will rec.lt reonipl attention. Government. In 1815 an establishment was opened at Munich, under Mr. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. Ainmuller, who had boon associated r ft.u- with Frank, which has becomo world TUE MOST DEallUBLE ROUTE TO fambus. Within recent years England has rivaled Munich in this art industry. STAINED OLA It 3. For Plica, Hemorrhoids Barn, Flttula and all there was celobratod al almllar dlacaata. Tegornsco, Bavaria, tho 000 th anniver- Use Dr. Gaaa's PUo Olntiacut. sary of the stained-glas-s factory there. For Freah Cult, Burna, Ulceri and Old Sore, For1 a period, a dark ago in art, the method of Btaiuing was lost, and its Uae Dr. Grbii'h UUlcr-Nwe- c. Olnttucut. revival is thus explained. An Englishman, bargaining at Nuremburg early in Use Dr.Gaun'M Stomach tills century for somo fragments of old X Bellabl Tonic. Jkppetlaer and Blood Purifier, and alra cure lndlgntlon, Lleer stained glass, remarked beforo ono Complaint. Malarial r'.rrn and all periodical Use Dr. Grbb'n Liniment. 204 and T1IK KKIKLY VA -tKIVfl. IUc it reel, Clnclunttl, Ohio, For aal In Btant.rd by Tenny A McitUUr. In 1870 -- THE- littler -- INTERIOR JOURNAL .BBBBbMbBBXK Sieg-xuun- d I)iu!a mmmWm9SBSm9kLLWLWLWk ic. -- aaaaaaaPI3' ,'tr- - Wf' l f mf&aLwLS.CSLwwf9'f9rttmSknTU I aawfS4aT7waaBBaWBaEMsE "". fj Wl?:waawS!afc?Vt,l HamWrSwa?7'"'JawHHBI?S BBBnkaaTkZM3SBBBl'ff .ABBBBwaBBB,wl - SWISS UIItLS' HAIIl- - And decidedly th Popular Rout, affording, aa It dot, IcttchangMand tuperlor accommodation to CINCINNATI! Mlnouri, Iowa, Kantai, Texas, - " afawaaiKTawBBBBBBBBBBBptBBBfBk4 waBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBmVK JaBBBBBBeBBBBBBBBBBBL-S . n, nn'ujf two-tliird- XVr-ha- Thousands of girls in Switzerland, Germany nnd Norway devote themselves to the cultivation of their hair as resolutely as, a farmer docs his crops. Onco a year tho merchant, very often an old woman, Arrives in the village, and a brisk trado is carried on. Tho Swiss girls mako tho most, as naturo has on thorn an abundantcrop of tho blondo color, which is hardest of all to obtain, and tlio climate is evidently propitious to its growth. Tho price depend-- i ou the length of the redundant tresses ; hair eight inches long Is worth 23 cents an ounce, while that thirty-si- x inches in length will bring tho fortuuato possessor 83 an ounce, and iu cases of exceptional beauty and thick uess oven ?35 au ounce may bo realized. Now ,'ersoy publishes daily pajWrAvliloh IrlWpublican in poll-tic- s, ant a woek,ly wluoh is intensely AN Th North, NorthwMt and Weal. In fact. If you eonu niplat a trip In any direction, your tntareat will b beat Mm4 by pun bating your Uci.U ela K. C. and Cincinnati. 2Tralt.aeacb way 2; Pull . man Talacal art; Llrgaot New V- -r Coach, nd h.ndaouely furnltbed liecllnlng Chair Car form th unequaled equipment! of thlt Old llallabl, th.rtby making a trip orer Ibla lln on ol luxurious comfort and pleatur. Try It. TIME TABLE. IK EFFECT DEC. SI, UK. SOUTU. No.X. 1 KJ 'BjHlHHBlflH , - iMi&,r-- r w BBBnBBBBBJBWHeBWnBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBrrgWnBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJPS'' .'. No. 4. I No., IU 08 10 40 Lt. Crlngton. ' Arr. Lexington. am Falmouth.. HOiu " Cynlhlana.. 10 Ma m . 11 Mam " Parl- aI 00 11 15 . IMpm p II Lrt. Lexington Arr. WlnchrtcrM " ' Mt. hurling.. -Aibland UunUugto- n- tt pw Ul p D 1 01 pa HI p m I pm p in lllpn 1120 iin pm ( pm S3 T SO 10 09 p lOOpin m 111 om U) pm 1 10 p m 12 10 am 00 p to 13 i5 am p u lizspu JOB PRINTING- OFFICE Is Froparod to do all kindH Printing - s'TE'. -fa.'ivi: - of in tho BcBt of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. I 08 Tilaui No. 1. No. 6. Noatu. No. I. son a Lt". IIuntlngton " Atbland .... 7 IS au 11 Mt. dirllDg, II SS a m editor in LeilDgton a Arr, Lexington.... Lt. 11 11 " Wlncheaur. It II 1 1 house-breakin- g, Crnthlana.. el 'fa BlcoMkJtkr prol-abl- water-color- ., wkaFalla. W Va. and Uicllalcg Chair Car to Htoi only at ttallont on kt. C. 11. it. tlu I. tlten. No. t runt dally, except Sunday) baa through coacbet to Hun Initon, No. 4 run dally, aicept Bundayt bat through poach to Mt. blerllog and parlor car to Marttill. No. S ruu dally; bat elegant day coach from W aiding, ton. fullman Sleeper from Kanawba Fall and parlor cart from Ltilog on to ClnclnoatL Only ibrMatopa. No. I and S tun dally, eicept Bun-da. . .I and liar through coatbe from Ifunllogtuo i positive and Mt. Htarllng. lilrtct connection at Ltxlngton Thousands bear wltars to tat with tttge (rltlcbmond,Ky., Lawrenc.burg.tt., udVMaalllM,Ky. ceratlv powers nf the Orest Oerman O, W. BENDER, C. L. BROWN, Bold by See advertiseaient. SuparlntendanU Oen'l Paaa. A. Tkt. Agt. Utowal oScm, CutlngUia, Ky, Penny h Mc A Hater, Stanford. Arr. Cotlogton. II Son u Iu tlio daily he pitoiii-Democratic, MAVdVILLE DIVUION Into himself as tho editor of tho weekly. No. 0 Lexington A pm. Arr May till SlOpm But in tho weekly ho gels evou by bit- No. 10 Lt. MaTitlll((Mam. " Lexington ttam " Mayitlll Warn 30 a m. of No. II " Pari terly annihilating himself as editor No. Pi ' Mattlll IS 40pm J Uxjojtoo Sapm the daily. It is a question, so far, which No. runt dtlly and hat day rotchit from Cinhas tho better of it. cinnati to Waihlogton, Pullman Mm per .to Kana. s Pari!., Falmouth.... ...!. l IMpm Pm 1 lu p m 00 p in u t tUpu pm til 10 lilm lUin llliu 111 tlOlli 7 to a u SO am Upui EDWARD WILDER'S ana Nerrr (ulU tj cute Mermlllmt Oumb Ague, Dyiptptlt, Unr Colio nai Fly. It will euro Citirnis. It U a olo Comptiinl, Alltrilmt uid Tonle a la lid and Dtllghlful lailgonnl for Delicate Women, a powerful rccupe-ra- ut alter ILo flame hat Uen debilitated and roducod by ilckneu, an excellent (ppetlarr, glrca tone to Uio dlgtiUre orgnni, prevent MaUrla, brarct up the yum, alrengtbens the portal circulation and clean the whole animal econuiny from the iccdi ot dIcuo. The illtttWit attack ol torer may be ft prelude to the wont, and the remedy that would conquer It wtyUt It li yet In lu commencement, may be of no value when It U at lu full dereloiimenL Partial larly li IhU tho caao with penoni around whom tbe ptatKeroui Influence of Mttarli clings In the form ot Dumb Chilli, Brew A ju, Ptlaful Spltin, ind Wtik Slemich. For tbe Curo of all the above DUeaao thla preparatlou itanda unrivaled, snd IU good and permanent effccla are altcited by thouaandt, and It U recommended tiU by Iho ablttt medical men and the mlulitry THY IT, all you that aro affllclcd, and bo eonvlncod ot Its wonderful power and beneficial effect!. iu .tarn ttpm M pm 3pm ldlitio, Fr A, Ftr, of tho greatest calamir and confusion have ever been productive of tho greatest minds. The purvtt ore couiqb from, tho hottest furnace; tho brightest flash from thu darkest cloud. Tuna wber STOMACH BITTERS Vor Hale In Htnnfor.l ly l'oniiy t MoAHtttur.