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TUESDAY, MARCH vewol of acldulfllod water, so that tho water will comploto the circuit, a passing current ol electricity will rapidly decompose tho water into its two constituents, oxygen and hydrogen, the oxygen collecting nt ono terminal and tho hydrogon at tho other. II now they aro allowed to unite again, tho recombination gives out a current into a wiro which is tho of that which (fleeted their sep oration. Thus, as this form of battery can be charged at ono timo or ploco and discharged nt another, it forms a most useful portablo sourco of electricity. Tlio popular conception of a secondary buttery as a storo box, in which electricity is bottled up liko soda water nnd drawn off" nt will, is very erroneous. Thcro is, to bo sure, n 'condenser," which actually stores up electricity; but n secondary batto ry, ready for uso, contains no electricity whatovcr. It is simply an apparatus whoso clomonU aro in such n Lighthouses 27, 1883. Biting Horses. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 133. and Light-Ship- s, Living In Statues, Generally speaking, sumo excrciso is believed to bo indispensable to pre- W. P. WALTON, T, H. WALTON, - Editor and Proprietor - Business Manager Publltheit Ttinntnu ami a.n) 1M3U ANNU31. srPlfsss Aon' l nnd stamp, In payment of srcptlamskcnsnt,, and then of d Dominations not peer ihre rmk IMi Hmm TWa tear Mr. Edward At. llentlojr, one oi tlio examiners In tlio electricity division of tlio l'ntcnt OlTlce, Bpcnking of tlio work of the electricity division and of tlio recent marvelous development of electrical inventions, said Hint about two thousand applications for patents in electricity were Clod in 1882, of were grantctl. which about To show how tho subject had grown In importance within n very fow years, he said that in 1877 electricity was a sub class in a division. Now it is tho largest division in tho oflice nnd regarded as tho most important. This astonishing growth iii due chiefly to two causes: Grit, tho invention of tho telephone; and second, tho development ol tho magneto-electrimachine. Tho telephone had opened, directly and indirectly, a wido Geld ot iuventinn. Tlio mind of' runny persons throughout tho onm-tr- y wero turned to this class of inventions, and not only wero improve menu on tho telephone itself attempt ed, but attention was given to a great many incidental appliances useful in its succceMul application. The second great stimulus to inven tion was tho development of the mag machine. For thirty years tho world had been awaiting a cheap and convenient sourco oi clec tricity. Immediately following tho discoveries of Faraday nnd others, from 1830 to 1840, there was a widespread effort to mako practical use of them, and special activity was manifested in the lino of electric lighting. The arc light was put into practical form, and the foundations of incandesHut no cent lighting were laid. economic aourco of electricity was at hand, for tho galvanic battery con sunied too much zinc for profit. The principlo of tho magneto machine bad, indeed, been long known, but it was left lor an Italian, l'aciuotti, in 18G0, to perfect a rnachtno wherein continuous and constant currents wero generated. Tho idea literally lay on the shelf, howovcr, until 1870, when Gramme reinvented practically tho tamo machine and pushed it into notice Ho was speedily followed by the Siemens brothers, of Berlin, and by Mr. Brush and others iu this country. affording a The magneto-machin- e, cheap and abundant supply of electricity, immediately rendered practi cal all the halt complotcd inventions of thirty years, and opened tho way to many now ones. Urush got his patent iu 1877, Wejton soou after, nuil 'the growth of tho electricity division has bocu steady and marvelous over slnco. The inventions have been however, rather iu the application ot known principles tbau iu tho discovery of new oiiw; (or, during tho fitly years that havo elapsed since tho investigations of Faraday, litllo now has been added to tho sciouco of electricity. The present activity springs from tho application of well known exhibitions of tho still unknown force. jAnd, moreover, only n fow ot theao features of tho scienco liavo been as yet mado of practical uso. Ono of tho bmadust and most buo tho tclo ceusful patents appears phone. The man whoso imrno is per hapsmoro widely known than any other in connection with inventions in this branch of invention is Elisou. Tho Wizard of Munlo Park" is an inventor rather than a tcieutist. His most famous acbioveniouU have been in" the Improvement iu telegraphy and in.'thq incandescent light. Tho versa tility and fertility of his mind are nmazlug, uud ho enjoys the distiuo tfon of being the man who has taken out moro patents than any ono in this country and probably iu the world. A singular feature iu patents is tho tendency fjp come in groups. At one timSsome particular subject, such as electric bells, eeoms to occupy tho attention of inveutors; then their minds will be turned iu the direction oi motors or lighting. Perhaps tho leading tendenoy oi lato has been toward seo oudary batteries, or what U called tho "storiug" of electricity. It is well known that if tho two termiuals of a circuit, each of which is tipped with aro inserted in a a small lead two-thinl- s c neto-elect- rio Thoutand Electrical Intentions In On chemical condition that, upon their being placed in external electrical connection, a current will bo generated therein. There can bo no doubt that galvanic lotteries, both in tho simplo and secondary form, arodeatiuod to play an important part in tho application of electricity to common use. It is r, to tho magneto electric machine, that we look with most confidence. Klcctricity already is very serviceable to man. It scuds our messages, calls the servant, gives an alarm of fire, anuounccs tho stealthy entrance of a burglar, regulates tho temierniuro of a room, locks doors and windows, lights tho gas, and does a hunded other ecrvices. In short, wherover it is wished to produce a mechanical movement at any distance, electro magnetism is,a ready, cheap, reliable and tireless servant. On a largo scilo electricity as n motor is only useful in transferring power to convenient localities, as when a machine which generates a current is driven by n distant waterfall, but tho translation of power into electricity nnd then its rctranslation from electricity into power entail such losses that tho electric motor must remain Tho Roman Catholic convent at subordinate to steam, water, or other Georgetown, D. C, is one of tho few original forco until a uow and cheaper in tho United States whero the nuna sourco of electricity is discovered. take vows for life, and even here thejr When you read tho columns of your probation lasts ton yean, and release local paper and find that n business is afterward possible through a disman or firm fails to advertise their pensation from Rome. Sister on lately inheriting $20,000, business in it, you may sot it down as a fact that you had better steer clear asked for and obtained n discharge of them if you want a fair deal. A from the order. Sho is now plain man who is too penurious to advertise Miss Smith at her homo in Reading. his business is too stingy to bo honest Sho says that she had uo difficulty in and may safely beset down ns n huck- obtaining her freedom. how-oveLau-rcntia, serving tho bodily nnd mental powers, nnd in the dullest drudgery thero aro usually occasional changes of sceno o and company. Hut in many a tho occupants aro held fast by tho legs, for excrciso becomes something moro than effort when it is reduced to practicing tho treadmill up on tho steps of a corkscrew staircase, or to taking half a dozen steps upon a slimy rock at low water. Tho crews of tho lightships aro somewhat moro favorably circumstanced in this re spect, since they can do their wnlking on a moro or loss roomy deck, and they enjoy, besides, a great variety of company, lint tho lite in uotu cases must bo intolerably monotonous, and to a landsmen thero would be little to choose between the terrors of the one and tho other, when tho sea is wrapped in impenetrable fogs or is being lashed into fury by howling tempests. In a storm, tho lighthouse is in reality tho safer residenco of the two, tor, thanks to tho skill of our modern engineers. it is most unlikely that anqther Eddy-ston- e will be swept away. Yes, as tho waves rush up tho sloping sides of tlio tower and toss their tons of sectli ing grceu water against tho lower courses of masonry, seeming to shako the massive structure from the light- room to tho foundation, it must need ncrvo and long habit to resist the be lief that tho violeuco of tho elements may bring about a catastrophe. As for the lightships, being moored in shallow water, they may bo lees ox- jKiscd to tho extreme fury of the storms, though thero is always a chance of their being torn from their anchor age. But on the other hand, in oven moderately bad weather thoy must always be eminently disagreenblo places of abode Tho peculiar jerking mo tion, wheu the natural heaving of the ship is being, perpetually checked by the straining cables, is said to bo trying to tho most seasoned of marin eri and to bo ono of those incouven. iences to which no custom can recon cile one. LonJay Saturday Review. light-hous- Tho interior of tho arch on which tho equestrian statuo of tho Duko of Wellington rested at Iljdo Park gato was found, on being taken down, to bo honeycombed with rooms, in which a colony of twonty pesons, including tho janitor and his family, six police-moand a medical student, lived. When the old palace at Somerset Houso was pulled down to make room for tho now government offices It was found that a prolific colony of cripples and beggars had been squatting there, and that a gang of coiners plied their trado in tho cellars. So when tho old Winter Palace at St, Petersburg was burned down it was discovered that nearly 300 peoplo had been living for years on thcoof of tho edifice; that they kept cows and grew vegetables, and that children hod been born and men died on that old eyrie. n Horses have been successfully cured of this vice by putting a piece of hard wood an inch and a half square in tho animal's mouth, about tho samo length of an ordinary snafllo bit. It may be fattened by a thong of leather passed through two holes in the ends of the wood and secured to tho brldlo. It must be In addition to tho bit, but in no way to impedo tho working of the bit. Animals with this vico should be treated kindly in the stable, and not abused with pitchfork handles, whips, etc. An apple, crust of bread, a piece of beet, etc., and a kind pat, but firm, watchful hand and eyo, with tho use ot the above wooden bit, will euro tho most inveterate biler. Tho tact that he can not shut his mouth or grip anything soon dawns upon him, and then he is conquered. Resolutions of Respect. At a meeting of Double Rprings Baptist Church, held Feb. 10th, '33, a committee wis appointed to draft reaolullora of the respect In which our Elder Brother John S. Reynolds, was held, who departed this life Feb. 1, '83, and the following were reported and adopted : Whereas, The Allitlse Father of the Un!rere ha called from labor our Brother John 8. Reynold, who joined the Bap-tiChuich at this place in 1837, and in 1855 was ordained a minister of the and since tbat time has devoted a great portion of hi lime to the tervlce of the Lord, with scared any rtcoinpenu-tlofrom the churches. At hi death hla whole time was taken up n piator of different place. Therefore, be it Itaclttd, Tbat while we bow submiivr-I- j to llm will, we yet niomn with eorrow the los wn suataln in hi death, fur by hit integrity, his upiight-nci- , hia devotion to "principle and ti, thi church, and his moral life, he not only honored our beloved order, but ret in an example which we should strive to emulate. Hi" virtues indeed, were many, his faults few; let us remember the one and draw the veil of charity over the other. Jlaolctd, That our condolence and heartfelt ayinpalhy be tendered hia grief stricken family in this the hour of their great affliction, reminding them at the aame time that whom the Lord loved he and that he doeth all things well. Iitioleed, That tltew resolution bespread at large upon the minute book of the church and that they be published in the Interior Journal, and Wttlern Iitcordtr requested to copy, and a copy given to his W. 8. Taylor, family. Z. T. Cortis, goa-pe- l, n una!-lectchast-enel- WALL PAPER ! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, M'EOBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists mid Booksellers, - Stanford, Ky. Opora House Blook H. C. RUPLEY, MEttCIIAN T TAIL.OK, "Children, what must a man do before ho can go to beavon ?" asked a teacher in a Sunday school. A good bay would have known tho proper an swer at once and replied that a man must bo at least decently honest, a condition which would excludo nearly in this country overy office-holsince tho Declaration oflndependenco, but a bad little boy, who was too lit eral to be satisfactory, answered, "He must dio, sir." Every man who sells pistols ought to be required by law to pay a licanxe Every pistol of 8100 per year. ought to be taxed at least 81 per year, and the law ought to mako it an in dictable oflense, punishable by a fine of at least $25 for the owner of a pistol to fail to list it with the assessor Carrollton Democrat. for taxation. der Stanford, - Kentucky, Mwwf9 Safe 1 1 :rsiTiAiBix.!Sitr. JlHTJD ZEIJLIRIDsriESS SHOP, THJB COAL TTRaJDE, will lot at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses hy tho day or week. Wo aro also in Having bought out S. II. Uiuigliinuii, wo will keep on hand u nice lot of Horses nnd Buggies, which wo Mr. Edward Atkinson, illustrating the advantago of machinery, says it would require sixteen million persons, and hand-loousing tho spinniog-whee- l of less than a century ago, to mako tho cotton cloth used by our people, which is now manufactured by one hundred and sixty-thousan- 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. arraJSTEMEY, 8TAS?ntv. Groceries, Provisions. &c, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL- - E.8.aoocn, Cork Bread. Beat two eggs very E It Caldwell, Jr light. Stir in one pint of corn meal, PILES! PILESl PILES a little salt, and ono pint of buttermilk or sour milk, in which a small Br. nrtntng'm Arte Dlnroreru for teospoonful of soda, previously scald- I'ff U rdlcil ching from th old remejlee heretofore In use. The Discorery Ii the result of ed, has been stirred. Beat the whole yesrsofpatlrntrcientlflcstudy and InTestlgatlon well, and pour into a buttered tin. Into toe character of this painful disease. To convince you ol Its great mtrlt, call on renny i. Bake 15 minutes. Stanford, or W. M. Weber, Mt. Vernon, get a sample box free, of charge. The tallest man in America is Hen and ry Clay Thurston, of White Oak, Titus county, Texas. Ho is now about fifty years of ago, a respectable farmer with an interesting family, and measures seven feet seven and a half inches in his boots. H. G. BRIGHT. St. Asaiih Block, Desires to call attention to tho Large and ComprehenslTe Stock of Groceries, CouCvclloiicrleH, Tobacco, Cignrtt, alvaja on hsnd. Makes a specialty ol Handling floods at lritsln town Hulls free of chsrge. Wholesale ale, Who can Mtlmsts the mount of human suffer-ln- g Which he keeps caused by only a ladecughf And who the DumQooda dellrered ber ol lltes undermined and loct by neglecting Juit a coufh? Brown's Expectorant will cuie t- Is cough lfglten a chance. IMee, fifty cents. Tor sale by Tcnny A McAlliter, Stanford, and W. M. Weber, Mt. Yerooj. on 8mill Prodt.. ster or n buccaneer on tho commercial seas, ready to put his piratical claws into the pocket of every victim that he can immolate upon tho altar of his Scorcher. greed. The Audiphone Companyconductall of their correspondence by means of a typo writer. Tho company had occasion to send four or fivo letters to an agent way out in Wisconsin, and they wero amused a fow days ago to receive Judge Jero Black, in an interview at Pituburg, yesterday, very sensibly says: "Every State must legislato for itsolf on the labor question. Tho laboring man must bo protected; that is, capitalists must not bo allowed to cut down the wages of their employes below starvation prices. This is dono too often now. Thero are growing hugo monopolies that are grinding tho life out of their employes." ono from him closing with theso words: Commissioner Dudley, of tho Pen You needn't print any moro letters sion Bureau, is ot tho opiniou that that you send mo, for I want you to will be needed for pensioners The clerks in tho government de- mar prore dangerous. Brown's Expectorant will Ask cough partments are kicking because thoy r adlcste sny for thisor cold erer contracted. sala and take do other. For jour druggist will have to work an hour longer than byrennyAMeAUster.Btanford, and W. M. Weheretofore that is, from 9 A. M. to 4 ber, MU Vernon. r. M. Their labors are no doubt very exhausting; perhaps some of them will RICHMOND resign. Jones asked his wife: "Why is a husband like dough?" He expected she would give it up, and he was goI hsre recent)? opened la Richmond a large and ing to tell her it was because a woman complete lantng Mill, and am prepared to furnish ererj kind of needed him; but she said it was because ho was hard to get ofl her hands. MATERIAL! There la no safety In allowing a cough, howeier slight, to continue. Mo one csn tell the cough that A. OWSLEY & SON, DEALERS IN PLANING MILLS! Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, and Tinware, Glass- Wooden and Willowware, Stoves, Grates Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent and Family Flour, Hames, Traces, Salt, Xdmo, Coxnont, Field Soods. Plows and Farming Implements. Call and soo tho gonnino Hamilton Plow . BUILDERS' tbo understand that I can read writing. M Ithaca Journal. A Michigan man, desiriug to com mil suicide, fired at his head four times without hitting it. Then ho concluded that he had no head and went to a hospital to ece about it. Tho physicians decided that his head was i i tho right place, but its contents were wrong, and so.it hiui to an iu- sine asyluraj Littlo Johnny, who was writing a composition about hens, said he knew where liens camo from, but duln t know where they got eggs, "People say that hens lay eggs, but I know better. My father koeps lots of lions, and when wo want any eggs ho always scuds me to tho storo for them." thero during tho present fiscal year 885,000,-00- 0 which is the amount ho formerly estimated. The sum required depends upon the cases adjudicated, and these ho represents, are beiug rapidly disposed of. "Why," asked a jjovernees of her ncciuDixa little charge, "do you pray to God to Flooring, WcRtlierlioHrilliiK, givo us our daily bread ?' Why don't NhhIi, IUIhiIh, Lath, Doors, wo ask for four or fivo days or a HIiIukIch, Mouldings, Ntalr-wajweek?" "Because wa want it fresh," replied the ingenious child. ale. B, OPERA HOTJSB DBXaOOKI. pi), Another of the men who mako a national reputation by living seventy or eighty years and never having beeu on a railroad car, is having his naino circulated in tho papers. We assume that tho reason ho uover was iu n car was that bo could not get a free pass. Tho statemeut Is inado that as a general thing tho greatest belles marry the homliest tnou. Whuu this item has been thoroughly circulated you can have fuu by goiug up to a man and asking him if his wife is not a vory handsome woman, "Oh, pa," said a young lady, "why don't you got a fir troe? It would be so economical to raise our own furs, nod then we could raise whatever kiud we wish." A Pressing Hint Her lips wero liko the leaves, he said, by autumn's crimson tinted; some peoplo autumn . leaves preserve,; uy pressing mem, sue. ninieu, mn meaning ui ittu geuttu hint tho lover did discern, and eo ho clasped her round tho neck und glued his lips to her u, South Carolina has forbidceu all liquor licenses outside of incorporated towns aud villages, requires overy liquor dealer thero ts be licensed, and forbids tho running of railroad trains on the Sabbath, so that railroad era ployes tiro allowed to enjoy a day of rest. Tho reports of tho Department of Agriculture show Indiana to bo tho first wheat growing Stato. Tho yield is 1,310 bushels to the iquaro mile mid 18 10 bushels to tho acre. Ohio ranks next and Illinois third. The application of a strong solution of chromic acid, three or four times, by means of a camel's hair pencil, is the most efficient and easy method of removing warts. They become black Hnd soon fall of?. . - V l .. a..lu. ....... a. iK.'.L... aptll-- a -- - flA .full-A. . II iuiu mm u huv.v bought In Loulssllle, (1nclun.il, or other whole ge csn ui.se II IU juu.pu-Tantsi I am to patronise horn Institutions, also a practical sale bouses, I am sure ARCHITECT, THE BOOKWALTER IN ACTUAL USE. 1 The New York Commercial Advcr titer suddenly remarks that: "Tho man who bangs bis hair hasn't enough genso to blow out his brains, even if he possessed any." Tho Pennsylvania Legislative cau- And am prepared to furnish designs and eellmstes for building, ana all sinus or scroll wora. hultnMI. tan D6 ludf- Tki f a... .1nln9nn-ni.- il d from th fart that rajr bank account runa from JljSW to It WW per week. SAVE AND DURABLE I uomraciiog anil ounuing uuue yivmyitj w. Address Intact, there Is no Kogtat thst touala It for IMee. Simplicity. Durability an 74ot.jr C H. HTArrORD. Just TIIK KNUI.NE to Drlre SOME 3,000 Rsllsbla Work. It Is (jbjjjB, Tfc, cus havo agreod to a plan of apportionment which will give the republi cans 18 and tho democrats 10 Con gressmen H " CELEBRATED M PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood Suwh, Cotton Giii.s, Corn MIIIh, JtHunKalavb Vfc"" iaVaAi ISlevntor.s, BaH'JtfV. Feed Mills, Speaking of tho bearing capacity of bridges, reminds us that notio of them can equal the bridge of a fiddle in New. standiug 8trato3.-Breckiur.dge HHHkto1" $mUSmmmZ?MP' r Creameries, Imthc.H, Ac. Amnug the things taken by burglars from an Illinois minister's house The following is what an eavesdrop- were a box of tobacco, six bottles of per heard: "Now, Mr. Davis, you whisky anil a pistol. must run up to tho third story and Thousanda are being cured of Catarrh get my smelling bottlo and my fan." ererr year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that David Davis "Oh, that this too sol the doctor had Riven up and raid could not be cured. 75 cent a bottlo, Hold bjr id flesh would raeltl" . -i lVonr f. McAlister, Stanford, Ky. A Tennessee schoolmaster kissed F. J, Cheney A Co., proprietors Hall's tho girls as a puuishmeut, and before Catarrh Cure, oiler $100 reward for my the trustees put a stop to tho practice case of Catarrh tbat can't be cured with it took biiu about an hour per day to Hall's Catanh Cur. Sold by Penny & McAlliter, Stanford, Ky. requite their disobedience. Invalids who are ucovrrinK tllalataiiilua, In gratrlullri iiis their apprrcla. Ilou or the nurlis us - tunic, or lloslelUr'a Not only .tot. II Impart btoinach littler atrenilli to tbe ursk, tut II alto corrects uu Irregular uell slate olllli atomach, lulenals, luaire Ills bowels act h m propertram ltbeu sutler glrrseaaolo those a luatlo and kldue)' troubles, aud couplers well aa prevents feterauil strut Di fdruU by allgenerally u4 Dealers &lfflBs to bt We say to all purchasers that (uarautt our Bookwslter liiiJrj tuba sals, simple, dursbla sud couipltt In construction) to ork well aud glielhs full poaer clsluied when properly attached an4 nisusgal, WtmsUlh sbofegusrsote, sod sell on lb fellow-lu- g 11 conditions, sis: will glre the purcbSKstb first SUdsys alter ths arrlralofU Lngtua to ul a tilr and satisfactory trial) Iu csm lbs Kuglot fills to com np to our guarantee, we will take back tn b'nglno, relund sierr dollar recti led on lb Engine, pro, Ided lb purchaser r .turns tbe J.ugtu to bis II sublet! to our order by tbe close ot said W djs trial. usarMi railroad sUtlon, aud lea, Certainly no man could a k for a mors liberal ollsr and conlru t. .KM 10 , , Power Eoglo and BolUr... ... . till) UI Login sua butter. au w i'oer r ngln and Iloller. iioim . Edgtn sud Holler Mors iMllscred on cars al Hprtogfleld, Ohio. For further. Uiuraalloa and descrlpUrspauiphUt. address tb manufacturers, 93 If JAMNN LEFFJBL A CO., HprlagMeld, Okie, SK.Hors OMce aud hccoiio of thu deMlrablu Call at The Intcrler Jew-mi- l Euglueti Iu oHeralloH. Uowetubcr every KmkIho hrh uurKHHrHHlee. Mead Us well anj suUtsotlslly Engines fo,r 'er LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .... - m sgaln to take HI own Amen." know our "boy" In the thoughtful man ol Mfl And then we came away. That was enough 22, with us again, we trust, for life. How for one day. I expect to see the wonders perfectly happy we are tho brought toDEPARTMENT. of the Abbey another time. But this gether by the LORD'S hands, and without TCtHtor. wss what 1 wished to do the first day and prattling on to the point of impertinence PHARMACISTS March 27, 1883 about our family, I want all who read first thing in London, LANCASTER. Tuesday Moralng, . rKtIM IX- these lines to slop a moment and think of For the stone itself It I ust what it is Rev. It. R. Noel will preach at the -. rt.: an abandoned building stone, "the stone the dear LORD'S ways of grace "Boast- Baptist Church, this place, next Sunday EDITOR W.P. WALTON. DraKD, Books, which the builders rejected," on which ing is excluded." By what law? By grace. Perkins Doty was released from Jail night, when, arising at Lnt, too lite Bo, boasting apart and only "glorifying in Saturday, on bond, Jno. M Doty becoming that rhjirrisni' prrecilptlnnt accurately compounded. was a matter of gratification to to enter Its closed gates, "our Father Ja the IX)RD"-j- ust think of it my friends bondsman. Also cob" laid his weiry head to dream of an Just six years hare passed since, to follow Mr. and Mr. T. M. Reld were visiting of ikta paper to havo tko editor ( iTtVKMJlVSfj J to the little their daughter, Mrs. gels on a wondrous Udder and hear a Jesus fully, I said "good-bye- " Wooldrldae, in mas who baa been examitv promise not yet fulfilled, but surely to Iks startled household and "went out not Harrodshurg, last Saturday and Sunday cd for a juror at this Court, e&j that knowing whither I Went " Only bearing if God be God true to His holy word. Mr. Asa Patterson, of the Paint Lick Largest Slock of Wnlclus, he had read about tho case under trial In all of which, I expect to be misun His voice saying, "this is the way walk neighborhood, I very ill with an affection Clocks, Jewelry A Mlvcrnare JounNAt. and whilo FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE derstood by ignorance, and misjudged by In it." First he sent Marie back to me in tho iNTEnion of the legs and can live only a few diya. Eeer l,rouM Inthlimirkct. film Lower Ihsn theLnweil. Witches, Clock! and Jewelry lie. bigotry; but "the day will declare il," and .not me back to her. There are no "back The Citizens National Bank was movit excused a number of intelligent paired on iborl notice and Warranted. "PRAISE THE LORD." tracks" In following the LORD fully. ed Into their new building Saturday evefor that 1 wait and watch continually. men and men of honesty of purposo We asked the good LORD to give ua Then after a while of patient walling, the ning. The painting on the building haa 102 Siiacklbwell Lank, and convictions, it should not have lodgings, and He led us to the very place. wife and baby; then after what seemed a not been completed yet, but has progress Dalstox, E. O. London, Mar.7, '8: dono so. Judgo Jackson ruled very Dtar Inltrltr. At first we thought to help Him, after the separation for life, (for how could Will ed sufficiently to allow business to be properly in an important criminal I wrote my other letter the other blundering, common way, and made many and I be together sgaln with both wotklng transacted In the room. case in Louisville, Saturday, when ho side midnight; this I pen this side, as I alt a weiry mile of expensive cabbing, In vain; Incessantly In dlflerent places for the MasF. M. Lutes, of Paint Lick, sold to A. said: "The mere fact that a man has beside my tick friend, Dr. Stoddard, with and thin when we gave it up and "let our- ter?) He gives me back my boy changed J. Doty, 15 hogs, 1C0 lb, at 7 cents, T. read newspaper accounts of this mat- Marie and George for company. That selves go limber" into His hands he .found In all that a father could wish a son to be Grimes rented from Fontaine Fox eighteen In order to get control of the beet ami moil pcpulir lino ol Agricultural Implement! end ,....,. Vehicle, end aleo In order to enable m to purchase In such dates. I am lireeel Vi ter and received certain impressions alone make the difference Innight to catch a place in half an hour, which, if wo were changed; so that the beginning of the 7th acre land at $3 50 caah. It. L Hubble, of counts aud loweet rates of freliM, I bate rslabllthnl branchquanllllc ss to obtain the lluiloaeliu Wire Itoomt and agente at rather glad to have a quiet to pick London we couldn't improve up- year finds Us all together happy, blessed, Lincoln, sold to Humphrey Hudson 15 Laneniter and Klehniond, nd under Ihti arrangement, wefretiuro we n oBer the Fanuere "". docs not render bim incompetent to up with the rapid current of events. provided for and with a fresh plane of glo- cattle, 050 lb , at 5 cent. on. In two hours, we had paid oft" Many Inducements Over tho Majority of Dealers. to sit as a jnror. I do not intend llayment Hotel in London Wall street Tolerably good crowd attended Court and were snugly settled, four mile rious destiny before us. Now think, dear I keep on hands at all llmr at lor several War Itooini a larft Hock of intelligence from tho jury box." like everything else In London in a his- awsy in our present home. We are with a friends, how faithful Is our God. How yesterday. About 250 Inferior cattle were locality. Right along this thorough- Welsh lady Griffith by name "op Grif- good He la. Does it pay to serve and on sale, all of which were disposed of at marshal toric The cowardly, fare ran the old Roman Wall, and Moor-gat- fith" of course inithe family whose hus- trnst Him, even pulling it down on that 4 J to 5 cents. No mule or horse of any who assaulted a Louisville Pott reCrlpplegate, Ac., mark the various band Is in America looking out for a new low plane? PRAIsrfVllE LORD, and consequence. There was a small horse porter was fined $20, the Judgo at the place of exit and entrance. It is in the home, and the wife letting apartments, to ever in Him, show in the evening. The hnrse shown Geo. O. lUnsrs. were Willie Dunn' eamo time saying he would mako it heart of business London, only a couple of help keep up the English end of famtly Abdallah Messenger BOTLE COUNTT. and Messenger Prince; Wra. Robinson's heavier if he could, that king the blocks or to from the rimk of England expense. A godly lady, with gentle win Danrille. ia precisely like a ners, and very obliging. We were at home The meeting at the Christian Chnrch Messenger Chief, Jr., and Wm. Hubble' maximum. lie also delivered a very Royal Exchange. It chapter In Dickens. Rambling staircases In her house in ten minute. We have a closed yesterday, with six additions. Eld. Fancy Boy. Wm. Hubble' fine jacks, severe reprimand to tho creature, and leading oil whither only the inmate of the pretty little parlor, a dining room, with Crulcher, the pastor In charge, Is a very Beecher and Jim Porter, were modeliof will be a if he is retained in office it house, who have made it a study, know. single bed in it, for Dr. Stoddsrd, and two popular preacher. their class. a public outrage. Tho reporter was Wife got up during the night to administer bed rooms on the second floor one verr The Lancaster Gun Club organized at Mr. E W.C. Humphrey, of the Loufar below tho averago size man and to Dr. Stoddard wants and soothe a large and airy (for London), with two dou- isville bar, was In town Monday. Mr. Wm, the office of Thomas Wherritl, Saturday In the head of a distreodng charac ble beds far the three ladies and self, and a R, Doty, Jhe gentlemen prevent were, tho attack was absolutely unwarrantaO., Mr. A. M evening;. of Winsboro, no ter, but lost her way In getting back this smaller rear apartment for Willie and Spottswood, of Lexington, Va., and Mr. I. CapL W.8. Miller, President; It. A. Burn-sidble, but ho no doubt thought that morning, so that she hsd to ask informa- Charley, For these four room we pay A Bishop, of Nashville, were registered at R.A. Beatley; Judge W. E. Walker; matter what ho did to "a d n tion of some gentlemen, early risers, and two guineas n week the guinea being 21 Gllchcr'a Sunday and Monday. J. W. Miller, Walker Lindram; W. (I. tho old fraud at Frankfort they sought in vain, also. She knew the shillings, and in imaginary coin never cirCol. Spencer Dibney, the Inimitable, Dunlap, Tom Wherrllt and others. The would come to his rescue. No., 25; here wss 24 but no number like culated now if ever; but still held on to was In town Sunday and Monday. Year meeting adjourned to the pasture of Mr. a "boots" came to near where a Postmaster General Howe died oursrelief. it.It At last have been Sam Wal- after the British fashion of never letting have paved since "SpenceV last appear- John Duncan bad. The trial shooting at might her pigeon wa Club will meet Wis., Sun ler, at works betimes. When we went to any thing, after once possessing ft, a la In ance in Danville, and though time has sil- again at bis home in Kenosha, next Saturday at the same place to dia, Egypt and the rest of them vered his locks his head is erect, and hi day, of pneumonia. He was a judge our rooms, with their canople above and Well, for "two pound two" we get our eye aa bright as ever. He is connected perfect the organization. There la suffi ItiiRKlcN, CHrrliiKCH,SirliiK Whkoiih, Fitriu. WnRenn, I.ob WageHa, for manv vears and for 18 years a ruffled flounces beneath and billowy feath- rooms furnished, and this include fires, with the house of A. R. Clarke & Co. of dent good material In thl club to Insure Gne sport during the coming season. member of the "U. S. Senate. A ers, and feeble fire in the grate, with rent-ti- e gas (actually away from flat brass candle Cincinnati. and poker removed, we could not but sticks and "rascally tallow dips, 12 to the Judge M. II. Owsley, was at home views ho was alsheep Dogs got among Jew McDonald's radical man in his look around for a "middle aged lady in jeN pound)" and "attendance" the latterlword Friday night and killed 14 worth about Thursday last. He had just returned from considered honest in them, and ways low curl papers" to finish the picture. Henderson and other points along the there is no stain now to blot tho bright There were the flat brass candlesticks with meaning, cooking all we provide, chamber $100. As this was the second lime Mr. Obb river. The Judge is looking well cleaning, bed making, and doing any thing McDonald had been raided In the last six memory he leaves. It is said that lank tallow "dips" in them all the light reasonable in the way of coming and going. months, he began to feel unpleasantly to- and ssys that be meet with additional en Frank Hatton will succeed him as P. allowed by regulation. But when you For the rest we "keep house" Marie being ward the dog. So he started nut In com- couragement every day. Several papers few week have oen!y M. General. Secretary Folger is ve- come to solid comfort, you hare it. What duly installed as pany with a friend on Saturday and killed during the past announced themselves for the Judge, sick and he will probably be the a luxury to sleep in one of those antiqua- George, first lieutenant, the boys as mar- five of man's faithful friends. ry ted beds. I have never seen the like since The remain of Mr. Nathaniel La among them the Ml Sterling Democrat, and keteers, wife and I on the retired list, and next to go. YTtttcrn Citacn, at Paris, which are doing my own incomparable "SO pounder" at the Dr. as honorary adviser. Fonde, of Mercer county, were brought 8. work in their respective localities. TnE Lousyille & Nashville and Cin- Pink Cottage, the like of which I shall here for burial Sunday. Mrs. La Fonde gook Whether the novelty of the thing will If straw show which way the wind blows cinnati Southern It. Rs. have formed never see again. It was eventually made Miss Addle Barkly; she was wear away and the present zeal will fade was formerly be the a combination, which is intended, no into two, but when in its prime, with a out before a large experience. I can not bcrn and reared In Danville, where she has in this contest Judge Owsley will sovegood, thick cotton mattress on top, It would who will never cease to think next Governor of Kentucky, and the many friends doubt, to givo the Louisville Southern beat morphine to put a fellow to sleep. say, but caitt, all are tickled to death, just of her kindly. She was a daughter of the reigns of this Commonwealth will never Louisvilio is to run trains Well, these London beds are something now with the joy of this delightful a back-set- . regret the day when they select such a unn lUllmad Carle, Keepers, Mowere, Iter IUkn,Crala Drill, llroodcut Seedert, Sulker Harrow! tu, beIMwi,WalklngaDd Hiding Cullleatori, ( rn Prilli. Corn Planters, FeeJ Cull.ri.Ccro Snellen system that sets every thing to late John Barkley, who was for year through to Chattanooga and tho South, like that. And every thing you want, just Term. Judge Onsley to be their chief magisof Boyle fore his death a leading citizen er' Hollers, and raanr other Item! trate. via Junction City, thereby giving it a there. At table it Is the same. Such beef buzzing with activity. This is a, blessed county. for us all, not yet engaged in active Mr. Soc. Ownens who haa kept the great deal shorter route than at pres- and mutton, so cooked, you get nowhere thing L1SCJLSTEK iUTlBTISKSKSTS. evangelistic work, and keep us from stagClemens House in such sn acceptable giving her almost out of London. And everything you get ent and practically spotlessly clean. One can easily nating at any point. At present we are all a manner for some months past will retire H. O. KAUFFMAN, , as full benefit of tho C. B. R. R. as so purely, in the throe of transition on the currency from the management of that hotel on the forgive the Koachic candlesticks, or overATTOHNEY At IA.-VCincinnati. Can the Louisville South- look troglodyte bedsteads for the sake of questional present learning ourbearings by first of April. He will devote hi) time LANCASTER, KY. Master CommluloDcr Garrard trcull Court. Will turning the various sums into dollars and ern stand the combination ? solid comfort. Solid yes, that is the at once to the completion of the prepara practice la all the Courts of Uarrard and adjoining cent, and thus getting an approximation counties and la the Court of Appeals. The masses around Green Horn, word. Every thing is on a solid bisi. The of values. After we begin to think in tions already commenced toward making cabs with wheels of such size and amazing his hotel and springs at Cumberland Falls Montana, did not like their new post of Scotch pounds, shillings and pence, instead thickness; the heavy in Whitley county the most attractive master, so they took him out and hung and Welsh horses; the ponderous vans translating at every step, we shall get along summer resort in the South-wescolloI will sell or exchance my Farm In Texas for him to a convenient limb. The vigi- and trucks; the lumbering double storied speedily. Meanwhile such little lands In Uarrard, MadTion, Lincoln or Ilojle rouo- UT VERNON DEPARTMENT. unIlea. J hie urtn la aituateu in larrani county, lantes then telegraphed to the Presi- Omnibusses, so unlike the trim Broadway quies as these will best explain to the Texas, about IS or H mile South of the city of initiated, where we are. It is taken from lam alio prepared to furnish price and eetlmatei of all klndevf Engines, 8aw MIIli, Tkreehlng Ma Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Fort Worth and about umi distance North of dent that "there was a vacancy in the vehicle; street cars the same, only here life. Remember we have had a supper and tbe City of Cleburne, la Jonneon county. Contain! chines, liar I'rcnej, 8trav Stackers, Wind Mills, Hone rowers, and rarloui other klode ol.macMoerr. It was a rainy Muter. tram-wa- r; office at that place that ho could fill they call them trams, and the track Acre ol floe land, all under feoc. with a lodgings, and are consulting County Court yesterday brought a XltO barn upon It aad food water oa place. It Is icood mourning coaches, a breakfast In tirmt-rat- e hrmlog land and ! mprrlnUu will Isrtlei la want cf any gle In toy Use will at his leisure." Come to think of it, that the prodigious would give respecta- over dinner, the boys, like greyhounds In small crowd to town. located for railing cattle, being on a high plateau I should think that it is about the best way to get rid bility to a man, if there is any thing in a the leash, waiting to skip outand make pur Next Monday Is Quarterly Court. The between two ne'er falling stream! of water. It II loose nothing br seelog me belore putchulng about one rail Eait of the lurrered rout of the docket is larger than usual. of a mean P. M. that we can think of. carriage that can do it. The light airy el- chases: Kutt Wonh 4 Ulo Oraode K. K, which will be completed In a short time, and alio about J ullea Mem. in hand, poising his pencil, Will The reported shooting of a man on WeatoltbaU C. Santa Fee It. IL now In operaTennessee Legislature has pass- egance one sees at home, you look for in The "Well! what's wanted ?" Marie.wlth Kcundstone last week lacks confirmation. tion from Ft. Worth to Ualrcelon. Tali farm la In vain here; but when it comes to real the gnat cotton aud wheat railing section of Northanxious look, befitting her exalted ed a law pensioning Confederate solIt i said that the railroad men are ern Texaa and rery deilrabl for any on wanting you shall search in vain elsewhere for want?" Chorus destroying many fish in Roundstone by the to farm or raiw cattle. Aleo bare on lb place a diers of that Stato who lost an eye in what is the staple of things here. Sub- position "What do you all small buochof Short Horn Uellers with call and one fine Short Horn Bull, S yean old thti Spring; the war. This is generosity indeed, stantiality, solidity, these words describe from the rest "I like good Southdown use of dynamite. ranning implement, inai i win iraae witn mutton; I am for roast beef you get it so youth of 10 year aleo place. James Rainwater, a WH. HcHKE UIIKCAS, the connerva but a State, as well as a man, should good, old, honest, Lancaiter, Ky, Jan. 11. 1M1. good in England" "be sure and have some in jail at Williamsburg for murder, form be just beforo generous. A State that tlve, comfortable John Bull. fcraoi nice pudding for me" (my intimate friends erly lived in this county The first thing this morning, Marie and repudiated 50 per cent, of her honest recognize the proprietorship in this Beginning yesterday, passenger train KalaraaiM Spring Tooth llirro. I drove down to Westrqinster Abbey. Lon will debt ought not to try the liberal dodge don is Jerusalem to me; and Westminster last demand) "I think boiled cod would run through from Louisville to WilliamsIalahandle Oralnand faedsof all ktndi; alto Taaaauar DiraaTMiar. as long as a recollection remains of her Abbey Is its Temple. The thing nearest be nice." "Let us have oysters."(Scattering burg, and tictxrna, the same day. iiayeaq trooi. Orrtci or CoxnaoLLuc or TuaCcaaxacr, J"ff fire O, no, they are a shilling a doz cross The sick folks about town are recovermy heart I did first. Monday and Tuesthievery. Willi iKOTox. Fra. a. 1UX IMollneftulkey 1'iow en and little things they call "natives" and ing. The small-popatients at Pine Hill Wlixaaas, by sttlifactorr evidence presented to the been Hon. E. Polk Johnson denies day are free days at go old Abbey, I. e. the not fit to eat promptly ruled out). Mama, and Brodhtad are doing as well a could theun ertlgned, It has Dank made tu sppearthal without question of Lancaiter, In the public come and tbe Cltlrena National town of Lancaiter, In the countr of Uarrard and in a card tho malicious charge that Other days an avenger is at your heels and "Suppose we have turkey." Housekeeper-agh- ast be expected. Stile of Kentucky, haa complied with all the pro- "Mercy! marna,that Is the most ex he has jumped tho track for Lieut. fees the oriKr of the' day. We struck a Mr. James Douglass the new section tlilona or tn lletiiea malum oi in unitedGItXi:.V A MiLMAMN, State required to be complied with before an aieoGovernor. He is still on deck and if free day without knowing it. It suited my pensive thing you could suggest it would foreman oi the L. A N R. R. at this place. ciaiioa man ueauinoriscu 10 commence me uuu Managers Huitontlll Depot by the purpose exactly. There were a dczen or cost atout S5." Mama silenced but not He came originally from Paint Lick, and new of banking, I. John J. Koox. Comptroller of he is not given that position Now. there ore. convinced, is not beard from again. Mean I a nice, pleasant gentleman. the Currency, doberrbr certify toil theCltlient Convention, parties liko repub- more people strolling around. Two or next Natlooal llank of Lancaiter, In the toon of In. " Messrs. Jack Adam & Son have just outer, In the count of Uirrard end State of Kenthree artists male and female were sketch- while the hubbub goes on until Will grows W. Ii. WITIIKUN. . lics are ungrateful. Besides he is the builoeaa ol with authority authorised to commence received a new and large stock of Spring tucky il at provided In Section 8.1C9 the tbe Kef lied of the building. But restive and interfere ing in various part? of banking Mioiftr Lancaiter Depolj best man in the field. I bad not come to inspect the Abbey. We 'Settle on something, or I will leave it to goods, which they propose to sell at pries SLalutn of the United Slalre. In teitlmonr whereof, Wltneaa mr hand and the butcher." Then Marie sifting prefer astonishingly low. They Invite everybody I of office, loll 2W dar of Februarr. ISIS. went straight for the "Stone of Israel" let And Young Allison is about to JOII J. KNOX, coronation chair. Strange old ences begins her list. "Mrs. Grifllth has to call and examine their sloes; and prices it. Comptroller of the Currency. be marriedl Wo sincerely hope it under the given me a list of prices: Mutton 11 pence; before purchasing elsewhere. No. J.wJ. chair, where the Sovereigns of England fCnrn Har.ter.1 Minieer Richmond Depot ruin him as it has several have been crowned for 600 year. An .will not eight; what Is that Without disparagement to other genold, coffee, ground, bright young journalists who havo upright, gothlc backed bit of ugliness. Papa? How much is occupying simitar positions on the tlemen become Benedicks recently. But here Seat and back carved up In rough inscrip "That is 40 cents, my dear, in theAmerlcan line, it may be truly said that Mt. Vernon fearful price for coflee" haa the tnnt polite, genial, attentive depot goes tho old shoo after him, all the tlona like a schoolboy's desk, in a school language." "What a Mr where the law reaches not that point. The says our economical housekeeper. "Then agent on the Knoxvllle Branch, same. for a quartern loaf of bread. Jamea Maret. He 1 a nice a gentleman arms half bare half covered with what here is The Louisvilio Commercial wants looks like greasy coflee sacking; the points of Dr. do you know what a quartern Is?" aa be Is a good railroad man, too. As Mayor Jacob, of Louisville to be the their back ragged and worm eaten; and un- The Dr. gives his views. The rest of us true as preaching; there is no cleverer a next Governor of Kentucky, but it der it securely fastened and resting on plat "at sea," thoroughly, on that point. At man than Jim Maret. Ed. afHW?"vr'P-rffE233BfAbout PcorLE. Mr. W. T. Brooks, a wont do. Gov. Owsley will admin- form on the backs of four rudely carved last Will gets his documents and is oil housekeeper poplar druggist of Pari, Ky., ia visiting ister affairs after old Blacky is kicked lions, was the object of my longings. The for market. Our exhausted "Scone iSjone" Lia FaW ' call it what man inks into an easy chair and closes her eyes relative here, no is an enthusiastic supdown and out. of dinner off the porter of Judge Owsley for Governor, and will to me the very stone on which my wearily the Conalitlng ol NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. father Jacob slept and dreamed that won- mind being a greater strain than dinner on says the Judge has many friends in Bourthe brain had been. George meanwhile we bon. Mr. J. II. Otter has returned from Business failures last week. 105, of drous dream, and saw that ladder reaching ChIICm-IiIAprlcotH, m.- eweaaBBBr ,; ing from heaven to earth; the stone set up hear bumping things round at a great rate Louisville after an absence ef several days. JJ which 38 were in the Southern Slate. expecting every He will return in a short time to that city Grccu GHgu IMiibih, Is estimated that the receipt) from for a pillar after serving for a pillow; the up stair, and we are It to hear her enter, saying t "Now all to remain permanently. Mrs. Dr. J. J. internal rerenue for the year will amount stone that Moses smote In the wilderness tj(rir TOEHHtOCH, in ornamentation, is and water came out; "the rock" in Horeh; of you come and see how baby ha fixed Brown is quite sick with pneumonia. Her SVJPJ to $143,000,000. iWwWefV"i( unequalled, recovUpon Yarmouth Cera, It bis been found that tho deficit in the rock spoken of by Mose when he said everything, and pet her for It." lav- many friend hope jheismay speedily sister visiting her er. Mrs O. S. Nield KcuHct I'm PeackcB, Churchill, of "Their rock Is not a our Rock, our ene which we shall Inspect her work and the account of TZSLXlSrGc OP mies themselves being judges; the Stone ish adulation upon her infant bead. George at Daughter College, Htrrodeburg. Arkansas, amounts to $233,000 87. Katy, of blessed memAt St. Andrew Church. Louisville, An entire family, consisting of six per- kept ever by Israel; laid op in the temple; is like our old Aunt takes a hep of this (Tuesday) morning, at 0 o'clock, Mr. Cottage- -It sons, whose homo at Helena, Ark., was In- brought by Jeremiah to Ireland; a royal ory, at Pink NtrluK ItctiuM, cheerfully. But Young E. Allison, managing editor of the undated during the Hood, have died of stone from first to last; on which St. Co- - praising to keep her going Oytstcrtt, Ac. dying head,' because be we are glad to encourage the little crea- Louisville Commercial, will be married to lumba laid his pneumonia. Mis Maggie Y. Allison, daughter of Mr. oi knew what it was; the stoce yet to play an ture, (she nesrly collide with the ga Hon. Jefl'erecii Darls, under it) And George S. Allison. The groom Is well the Confederacy, will deliver the opening Important part in the future as In the past; burner now, a she walks and known throughout the Bute and enjoys the Also, a really she is a splendid lot of new Mackerel. Sugars ad J r en of the Southern Historical Society this was the stone on which I laid my bind this morning, and would have kissed and the only "accomplished" person we have in reputation of being one of the best newspa. NashtilU on May 21st. at oad Coffees in abundance, and a gift per men In the country. The bride is Fire murderer were jerked up Friday: laid my bend upon but for the railing that the troupe, having developed a pretty accomplished youog lady, a Price extremely Low, at the F. K. Walte, at Franklin, Texas, George kept me from il; but laying my hand on iu painting, embroidery and ornamental - lovely and is not related to ?SfiiIeBBBSBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBleVs Cunningham and Wis. Halts, at Rome, which, with uncovered bead, I said, "God work generally. She I authority in mat- peail of great price. She of tuta and we irladlj turn over that the groom, aa the similarity of their names "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," Ga, Jaiue Holt, at Qrahan, N. C. and of Jacob God and Father of my LORD lm Chilled Atrial will Lot corrode; lb beailcil rust will remote (Farmers and I'lownieu, while she would indicate. Your correspondent wss Nicholas Walker, at Little Hock, Ark. All Jesu Christ; God of this stone of Wit- department to her. In a little la a lev minute. TheOIUir la a Center Draft flow, baring iloploglaudildo, which due ewejr with honored with an invitation to be present at LANCaSTEU, KY. laid they were going straight ness; keep me, guide me, bles roe in this will be a great help to Marie iu singing, a the msrnsge, and regrets that busine en. theprcMure fouoJIa ilraljhtUud.lde I'lgwi. Th Ollrer has hundreds of Imitators; no miuufiitii-le- r aare the first will Imitate sn loferUr Flow. TU Ollrer baa a record unparalleled la the btilorjr of l'loei. You gets, more courage to sing put. At gagement prevent his attendance. With ob to bearen. He avowed his disbelief in land of my Father, this land where thy she neighbors will Ull you to UU Y TUK ULIVEH, and take no other. nlhcr friend he loins iu wishing lor the dath-be- d repentance and said it was cow. people Iirael dwell; give me favor with home she accompanies delightfully. I have never known a more rapid growth young couple a long life of unalloyed hap- ardly to get rellglou after doing ererytbing my brethren and use me to spread the I'roprUtoii. aweet knowledge of thy gospel until Jesus In grace than In Will's case. We hardly pines, Mean in the category. SmMt 3nicrior$0nral -- It near-IjjOVc- The eruption of Ml. tna is lncre Ing in violence. A new enter ha opened. The lata threatens to overwhelm Nlcolosl and other Tillage. People are fleeing from their houses. The remains ot John Howard Payne, author of "Home, Street Home," who tiled while Minister to Tunis on April 10, 1852. hare arrived In this country and art now lying at Washington, where they wilt re main till June 10th, tho annWernary of hit birth, and then he interred. The expense of the removal, Interment and a hwdsome monument Is all home b W.W. Corcoran, a philanthropist of Washington. Co rat's Garrard County ItOllT. n. WE8T, PwrnyA M iMzmu&: ri(CNi. j and Faiioy Articles. Stationery ATTENTION, FARMERS! a Ray-men- ts ox-elu- 1 over-grow- n e, new-ralg- a woolly-legge- d A Texas Farm For Sale! t. puz-zle- d, com-for- tj n Citizens National Bank. x GEORGE D. WEARE1Y, Stanford. m ii. winiti:, one-an- d T G pBsWSesJly your special attention to the I desire to call One Hundred Cases Canned Goods, r mo-me- at perfection in operation, taste which for utility, durability, TH3E3 rliio A1cn, r, in IUUn:-Ol- GEO.D.BUllDETT&CO., w. h. mGGxras. - Tuesday MornlBgT ct '" 1 -- J. especially and on wool Wanted. Country Dacon, shoulder. II C. llright. AM, klnda r,f need Irish potatoe Ion eU at Ouster A Son'. March 27, 1883 TIME CARD. It you want the beat super carpet go (o J, W. Ilayden'a. Pure two-pl- N. LOCAL floulhlund Northbound Passenger passes Stanford at t SO a. M. ' " 2.00 r.M, " LOCAL MOTtCCS. home grown teed potatoes OOct. r bushel at II. 0. Hrlght'o. Fon 8a I.e. Three handsome residence Will sell very cheap. Stanford, Deo. 25, 82. W. Craig. A HANIM0ME llneof Olamiwareand tome beautiful dealgna in Tea, Dinner and Cham Iter tet at II. mights'. lVrinr A MeAllsttT. Kisiiinii Tackle l Mcltnuerts A B(kk'. IiANnnmi'idardtn Heti at Mcltobtrla A Siagoi. New ttock of Jewelry and Silverware it I'enn A McAII-ter'LiNDRCTii'a Garden Hee!, In bulk and in paper, at Penny & McAlistcr'f. Watches, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted l Penny A MoAllater. FULL itock of Flslilnjc Tackier.! all kind can now be found at fenny A McAllater'a a. lior lAi:uof a llell and weight of the old faahloned stand up corner clock. Any one having one of theae clock, out of ut, " should call on Tlioa, Hichard. e Wanted. PERSONAL l.MNEY TOn THE SENATE. Dr. Hd. Al corn telephoned u laat night that Hon. F. D. Iligney announced himself at Liber ty, yraterday, for the Senate and will be Mn.W.S Fiunch haa returned from TELEnioNtc Time, last night. "Hello McKinner, can on tell u tomethlng fresh Mm Mattie II Hopkins, of Clirls for the paper?" "N'ot a thing," responded llan countr, I visiting Mr. Abe Smith. Mr. T. J Chrlatemn, the paymaster nnd Mr I), n. KtiMiaroN lion gone to Cin- operator. ''What do you know Huaton cinnati In lay in hli spring stock of dry villtT' ''Well, the putting up of the line good, Ac. from Mt. Salem to thl place commenced Mnniw. J.W Known and J. II. Flali, today and I think you will be able to talk two rising touxm attornrya of Mt. Vernon, over it In a week," said Mr. W. II. Wil were hers attending coiill. liams, the boa telephone man in the bus Ilrownstllle, Tenn. Cou Oiirkm, of the Ulchmond Opera House, w here here next Monday and make the same an nouncetnent then. The Mock and Faulkner trial for the outrageous mtirdr of Policeman Slmpaon, In Danville, waa a It ha always been since reaching the docket, continued, although It w ret on the firat day of thl term for yea terday. The Commonwealth announced not ready and of course tho defense wss then very ready. The absence of an Imcuit Court portant withe It P. Dunlap, of Kanaaa Citr, Mo, was the cause. Although he wss LOCAL HATTERS. under bond to appear and was telegraphed Flower Heed at V. T. (IreenV to by Communwralh'a Attorney Warren Fnntl car of salt, Unit and cement at at hi own expense with request that be Owsley A Bon's. answer In like manner, he had done neilhrr J. T. lUimni, Stanford, Ky., wanta a at the adjournment of the court yesterday. An officer waa murdered in cold blood, but a baker. Will pay a good price. it dot not look like any body will suffer l'ERo! wiahlng to ate Dr. I'. W. Logan for it. will flr.d him at hie reiidtnce, Main Hi, Circuit Court Minok Convicted Stanford, Ky. The trial cf Froman Minor, charged with Ax ELtnANT line of China Tea Seta and the murder of John il. Ferrlll, which com Olahj Watm Sets Just received at Hruce, menced on Wrdneaday, ended on Saturday afternoon with a verdict of life imprisonWarrau A CVa. . -Moat of our In the penitentiary. I HAVE oiened a ahoe ahop at my atable, ment of all kind will be done. reader will remember that the murder when repairing occurred at Milledgeville during the perA. T. yunnelley. formance of a disreputable minstrel show J. W. Mayhem haa received nice new by Hooker Ilrother on the 21th of Febru lot of Spring Clothing. Hudn't you better ary, 1882; that there arose a drunken row, go and get a bargain of him 7 In which Ferrlll was engaged and in which .ii ua your fealhers, hide, tallow, Minor subsequently took a hand The Uriko wool, Ac We buy ail klnda of country proif showed that when he went to the produce) and pay the highest market price-I- scent, Ferrlll avowed the greatest friendship for Minor, who is said to have recash or trade. II. C llright. marked, "that' a d- -n lit; you would kill SilEitirr Menefee notifies those whu me if you got half a chance." Shortly afhave not paid their taxea for 1882. that il terwards, Minor fired two shuts and in the they are not paid by April 1, 5 ler cent --camper that they ctuaed in the room the will be added aiauthorited by law. lights were extinguished. The third shot, , did the work, and I r those indebted to me don't come for- fiiod In the darkne-sward and settle with me thtv will find their but one witneM swore ilirectlr that he ' account In the hand of an officer. I'm from the flash that Minor fired it. The circumstantial evidence, however, that lie bound to hare the money J D IMce. did It waa prellr conclusive. After the O W 8iiArrEit, the photographer, ha shouting Minor made hitnielf scarce around retimed On hi way Mopped at Liuiatllir those or al least be did not show him and laid In a big aupply of material for his self. Ferrill lived a number of days, and husineai. Hare yourahadJow taken atonce. finally Minor was taken In on a $500 re lodged in jtil here, where he ha Saw Mill. Ilotxrt Arrln lately of ward and running fix a 'aw mill been ever time. Whs n the case waa given Danville, hat put in they reported after a lengthy 3 milra from town on the Qreen Welle to the jury place and l turning out lumber at a liTely consultation that they could not agree, but the Judge ordered them to make an rate. other effort, and when they returned an having clalma againat the A LI. persons hour or two later they said that they had eUte of W. 1. Moore, Jr , dee'd, are noli agrted, and tho foreman read the verdict fied to pre-ethe aarue to me, proerly The handsome feature of the accused at verified on or before April 7, '83. J. II nee became dejected, but mistaking the I'axton, Adtn'r. polling of the jury whrn each la naked if it Tim now atorui of Friday laat wtaagrn-er- la his verdict and reptle in the affirmative one The ground waa covered here, for a promise to litin the Governor and would hare been MXeral inche deep for his pirdon, lie chcred up wonderfully hid It not melted to fast. It ha been rain- On hla way to jail the Sheriff, surprised al ing and disagreeable since. at the cool manner In which be heard the verdict, aaVad him the reason, when ht Howie Thief The sherifl of Omk gave him the abovo. It waa explained to M. I', Tate, lodged Madison county, Mo, be had made a mistake, when be William in jail here Saturday and kept him that seemed to become deadly tick and sent for him over till yesterday when he took him He awears that he will nevhla relatives on to Missouri. Tate waa in Whitley couner leave that jail for the penitentiary, but ty, when captured and Immediately con will suicide Grat. The standing of the fury feaacd that he had atulen the hone, of when they reported a disagreement was, we which he waa accused. learn, 11 for hanging and 1 for a life the 11 finslly going over to the one Some men are rather carelea about col lectlng obecke One waa presented at the wise man. Farmers National Bank Saturday signed RELIGIOUS. byO.A. Lackey and dated July 5, 1881 Mt. Sterling will probably get the KpU and one againat ua of JuueSS, 18S1. Mr. High School, having subscribed $20, Lackey' check la good perhap always, but copal 000 for that purpoe. we advice tlioevwho hold them againat ua, On account of the dedication of the not to keep them more than a year at the ruriitrsvllle church next Sunday Eld. W longest. H Cloyd will not preach at Glvena' that Laat Saturday day, but on the 2d Sunday AOAKRAliI BHOOTINC1 night, Greet) Kite and Terrell Anderaon, Rev. Geo, O. Uarnes' letter from both drunk, went to Joe Hume' on Hack abroad are published regular In the Stancreek, and while there fell out and abused ford JouiiNAL, and form an interesting feu each other considerably, Ilutnei ordered ture of that most excellent paper. CourEstea from bt preIres, and failing to go, ier Journal Hume puhed him over a rock fence. Elliott A Hateman were awarded the l.ttee picked up some rocka and Hume contract for building tbePresby terlan church told him If he threw at blm he d shoot hi at Tunnel Citr, (King Mountain) thl heart out. Eatea made a motion a if county, at $1,200. This i the result of t3 throw, when Hume ahot blm, the ball Dr. Guerrant' preachlug there. tiking effect two or three inche above the The Raltlmore Conference of the M. heart making a serious, but not necessarily I. Church South, now in toulon at ' a fatal wound. Charlestnwn, NY Va , repoits 373 churchea Inquiui.no of Commissioner Philip valued at $763,000 and 85 parsonage at why the achool money waa to long coming $127,000. It also ha 487 8. Shoola with here be informed ua that he rent his draft 28,000 scholars. The Rev. Geo. O. Uirnet, who haa to the Superintendent of Public Instruction to tho for llil money on the JOth of Frb. It be written to many interesting letter hoove the Superintendent and the Audi Stanford (Kr ) Intkhiok Jouunal, is con tor to rl-- e and explain why they delay to tiouing a graphic teriea from London, long the payment to Lincoln county when which are very properly made special fea Garrard and KocVcaatie have, week ago, ture of that excellent paper, They wilh is received their achool money. Theae cotin be continued a long a Mr Hirnr tit are certainly not more prompt in the abroad, and ought to greatly increaselistthe subscription than Lincoln, Intkhiok Jouknal's I avuent of their State taxe Louisville Cuiiiinerrlal a to pay those coun and theAudltor profe-acLAIHa. sfocYAN0 CROP Ilea Drit which pay their taxr Oral. At The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill the present Superintendent and Auditor ' want to buy wheat. are candidate for re election it behoove A ewe in Mason county gave birth to them to mend their ways of doing busl nra or the people ol the Slate should tee five lamb lat week. -J- ol.nM Hall aold to John NY Miller, that other and more attentive men be of Lancaster, 3 cowa (spriugera) for $125. in tboae office. placed first-clatm Pito!". T 1. CYrLl.ANP, who Is teaching a Tery flourishing rchool In the Glvene neighborhood, called In se tin Haturday. Mm Marv I.. Ko Hards, a very handsome young lady of Hannibal, Mo , la tha guest of Misses KIN and May Ulven Hon PiiiMf II Tiiomiyow, 8n, of IlarroiUburK, tht alnrMt and beat crluil imI lawyer In the Slate, la attending Cir- IntM The Nelson iVortl ha report of lalea of two cotaworld ram at $50 and S Bhfop ahlre ewe for $300 Dr. R. M Nunnelley, say th Clark Vtmoaat, raised 18 liarrc'a ot corn per acre on 40 acre and aold It at $2 per bbl , equal $1,440. Splendid pair of mare mute from 10 to 17 hand high for sale. A. O. Chcnaull Milledgeville, Ky. Traylor'a premium black stallion will make the present season at John S. Van-kstable near Springfield, Washington county, Ky. One grade yei'llng bull, betutiful in form and two fresh cows with young calve for sale. Apply to Hichard Tilth, near McKinner, Ky. B- the burning of a frame barn in head of cattle were Shlpman, lows, smothered and in a prairie fire near Arkan saa City, Kanaaa, 1,400 sheep were roasted alive. Spear Fisher report the sale of Mrs. Sarah Ilslley, which occurred on Saturday, a follows; Cow $15 to $55; olds, $15; yearling $20 and sucking calvea $1250 to $20; mare $S5 to '$140; gelding Hog about 8 cents, and $100 to $125 8or corn $2 10 in tho crib. Home-madghum CO cent per gallon. Sale of 2 large mule nt $1C0 each; a lot of small do at $90 to $1(0; 2 pair of large unbroke mule $325 and 10 head 15 hand do for $2,255 are some of the mule suits reported in the Howling Green Gaitltr, also salt of 20 head 3 year-olcattle for June delivery it 0J cents; 03 head 225 to 210 lb hoga at 0 and the celebrated jack, Anlonla, for $350 Heporla to the Chicago JVilune Irom 43 points in the wheat belt of Illinois Indi cale that the Injury to the coming crop from the Heaian fly and the cold winter will he about 25 per cent Tho St Louis Dwpatch has reports from 200 counties in Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Kansas, Missouri nnd Texas, which show that In Missouri and Kansas the condition of the crop is good. Tennessee and Illinois furni-- h fair reports, but in Kentucky and Indianna the crop ha been much damaged. e wall, liken young bull preparing to fight clay bank. Huttonrilh. Mrs. H. T. Carpenter, who ha bten long an invalid, died on Saturday night. A call I posted for an election of town trustee to be held on Monday, April 2d. Buciltn'i Arnica Salrd. sals In lb worM for Cats, Bralita, Bore, Ulcers, flslt Rheum, Fettf Sorts, Tsllsr, Chspps-- i IlsntJs, Chilblains, Coras, and allBtln Eniptloas.arhl positively ears pllta. It Is guaranteed Is gtf entire satlafaetlon or money rtfiind edi Price Metnta per bot. For aU hy Penny A JUDGE W. O. IIAN8FORD ta a candidate for tha democrallo nomination for T, te Represenlstlra In the mil Legislature. W. rjtorKMtoiuL Tiaxoit. T. W. 3 war. lie a g. Tbabtal JUDGE T. P. HILL, JR., Is a randldalt for Rtpretenlatlr In the nsit Legislature, subject to the setlon ol the democracy. BTANFOnn, KY. Office In Owsley A Son'a new bolldlng-- np ATTOHNBYH A.T ATTOIINM rlTANFOflD, M. AWn VARNON, I'EYTON, I vatxoi. , IjA-AV- stairs. MeAlliter Million Oittn Away, Jerry Hughe at horns on hla annual furlough from the Stanford jail. He will probably remain here until just before Is ll Christmas. Don't let the people forget the dedication of the Turneravllle church on Sunday next, April 1st, Notwithstanding the in felicitousnesa of the day selected, It hop ed there will be no disappointment, It may be interesting to some of the older citiiens of the county to date that in formation of the death, in Missouri, of Mrs. Hetty Henderson, hat just been received. Mr II. waa formerly a Mis Dinwiddle and lived nearthi place, I regret to tee that my old friend and classmate, NY- H. Huston, of the Excelsior Mutual Benefit Insurance Company, ha got Into trouble. I predict, however, that he will come out all light. There is nothing crooked about Hilly. He is a tcion of a noble ttock and will be able to show that he i invulnerable to the poisoned shafts of malicious detraction. I take great pleasure in announcing that the little bretze which ruffled the pla cidity of our Hand ha blown over; and the organization under the efficient leadership of Jim Cook, is practicing with commend able zeal Of criurat the leader ia young Jim, for the older gentleman who bear that convenient appellation, while he is j. pretty good Gnancier, can't discount a note in music. lawyer to locate Can you not tend u in thl placet We need one of the profess Ion imperatively. Our aspirations can not be realized without ono. With Speed Peyton n magistrate, Din Miller astherilTand Freely Peacock aa notary public, we need one learned in the law to cut out work for these worthy official ind enliven our prim itlve village with an occasional truat ol luxurious litigation 1 - Mllllona of Dottles of Dr. King's Naw ht Coruumjllon, Coughs and Colds, liar been aa Trial Bottlr of lb largo alu. Thla f Iren enormous outlay would btdlautiloutto th pro prlttors, were It not forth rare merits poatrsstd hy this wonderful mtdlclnt. Call at Penny A Me res, and a Trial Dottle Allster'a Drug Store, try for yourattf. II ntver falls to cure. aay A KY, Will practice In tbe Ccurti of Lincoln and ad Joining countlea and Ihe enperlor Court and Coutt la a candldateta represent Lincoln county In th ol Appeala. Hpsclal attention gtrtn to collections. neat Legislature, subject to the action of th IV Office on Lancaster itr,t 112 t 'MIUIKI. J. N. MUHP1IY LAW, mocracy. ao to- J. T. Harris' Restaurant -- FOB- gl KY., Will practice In tht Courts of Ilojit tad adjoining counties and In tht Court of Appeals. AnrroiiNjsv DANVILLF., ALEX. ANDE110ON, A.rr law, LBB P. HUFFMAN. " BTANFOttD, KY. Office South aid Main Stmt, two doora abort the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oxide Oaa administered when re-flulred .IE IT ADTKRTlNKirSTN. JACK JOHN! aek, Jack John, at my at ) to Inturo plat. roll to get up, walk around Ita mother and suck No coll, no pay. If the mare It traded or rtmoTed from the neighborhood without talUrtng ma that aha la not In lost, the season la due. Its la 0 years old, put. blaik wllhroe.lr nose and la about IS hinds bllh. Call and an hla colts 1 NII.AN ANItKRNON. I will stand my young Smtltaf-slofManlo- rd. Ojgtorg, Ico Cream, LlgliMlrcad, Cakes of all kinds or a Aquaro Meal. FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. IlccauM your house, or your goods, or your lit aiocK, or your oioer properly nare not ueen unrni or Inluri br flrtorilthtnlnz. Is no luaranir that Stanford Female College. STANI'OIU), With KY. Fancy Boy! sM25ljr Cabbie borae.cnd baa pror- - would be Prudent to aeeure Indemnity In case such loss or damage should occur T I oner you this at tbe lowest ratea obtainable In any Sraltlaaa In aurance lompiny. i represent seven snu you may ra 11.11'S, lake your choice. Ml. they canrot tie. Don't rou think, then, that It J n a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BRANCHES JOS. !SKVX:itAIVE, J. ROBINSON This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session on tht 2d Monday In Beptemher next. Will make the present sea- Late of Chenault, Bererance A Co., Sunlord, Ky., with son at my atable, on the old Dantllle pike, i mile &. CO.. M. Lancaster, at ft 10, from cy Dcacrlptloo-tanHoy Is Importer and Jobliera of Dry Gooda, Notions, Ac, a mibog ,ny bay. 7 yeara Mr, ovv, on aiain oirrci, ur. oixin, old this spring, 1BH bands high, sirs J by tuiram'a he by tbe Fancy B7 tnd Or A THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUJ.SE Art lao-h- l, aa well as LOmHVIITsl!., KY. MDBIC. THE LANOUAUE8. DilAW. INO AND PAINTINO. enhimselMobeagoo' breeder I will alto stand TWO GOOD .rACKN. ll'i situs-te- d 130; freparatojy, KO, and Cblleglale, f 30. I1EECIIKU. Sjcara old August 50, 1833 ISJi hands Orhl(h. half brother to Prince Will aerr loarea at (HO to In, lire s roll lour months old. JIM 1UR chard turnpike, 3 miles Irom Btanford. About 40 For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac., addrras han-tand will Acres In eultlratlon; balance In araaa Good spring ItK, dark Iron aray Jack, at ftH to Insure a colt four moniha old Dlentreood tlmberand wll adapted to stock: lna 1KH. N. V. stria Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. good neighborhood. Will aelt at a bargain the All marts trad d btfore the fact Is ascertained lor fella tha sVawn The progeny of alt tho abort aboro tract of land and glre possession at any time. 11. Owsley, For further particulars, stock will be responsible lor tha season of J. -1 Hta ford. Ky, or wrlto to me at Iiarllla. Mitau SHI. II Ulltll, E, Farm Valuable Blue-GraHAtiBI POH I crr.r for sate my Farm of VOS Arm, near Walnut list, on the Btaniord A Crab ss TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlcea ran:e from regular Departments. Primary, 123; tti to ISO tn tb Intermediate THIt.llKAltr, frinclpnl, county, Teiae. (123-t- f J. MIKNHY Visit. CHESIPEnKyi Abdallah Messenger! 01 RY. CHAMPO! The fine Imported Norman Stallion, will make the stable ofJ. M.Wray, af'Plnk Cottage," y, mile Irom Stanford, Kentucky's J.outc The only line running East Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW BLEEPING CABS g?..y---- Crab Orchard. On last Tuesday, March 20, at 7:30 r. LINCOLN COUUTf. Kate M., Mr. J.T. Chadwick and Mis Near McCormack's Church. Shlvel were united in marriage by Rev. J Mrs. M. A Martin haa leased her farm M. Bruce at the Biptiat church. Having to hrr son, Mr. Will Martin, for 5 year for repaired cariy to the church I found it $1,000. moat artistically beautified and rapidly Mr N. W Hughe waa compelled to filling with a fashionably attired assemdltmla hi school la'st week on account of blage of good looking people. Punctual to sickness). the moment the weddiog party was anNY. C. MtCormack returned from Mr. nounced by sweet strains of music floating -- ft-?a- iS AT 915 THE SEASON. Bed bay stallion; It bands; loaled 1878; bred by Chaa. Dunn, Stanford, Ky , sired by Messenger Chief, sire or Maud Messenger; record, record, 2.2S; Abel Abdsl-la- h, t.3Hi, JlsrTfl. 833 TO INSUKE A COLT! prl, the mountain with cattle. He reports cattle scarce and price high. Mis Mattle Pruelt, of Perryville, and Mis Owen, a beautiful strawherry blonde, are the guest of Mis Allle Hubble Mis America Hughe list just com pleted a silk spread containing over 1,000 pieces, which i a marvel of beauty. O, ye, Mis America! Two of our neighbor went fishing Saturday evening and caught 50 pound of fish in a few hour. Not a good day for the busines cither. Mis Eva N. Uradley ia Uaching school at Uradley' School house. Thl la MIm Eva' first school and we are happy to know that she is giving great satisfaction Little Clarence, ton of Mr. Montgom ery Lytle, ia quite tick. Mrs II T. Hush, Is still an Invalid. Mrs. H. F. Powell still continue ill; hrr mother, Mrs John ia wilh her. NN'ill McCormaclc, Jr.. is chilling. in rich luxurious volume from the piano nl . al Mckinntf. James Goly, a yonlh of about 18 sum mers led to the holler, Mis Clara Huflman, a lass of about 15 winter, yesterday. We ctn but exclaim, "Father forgive them, they kmiw not what they do." fever excitement ha sub The sided; there were but two case and each lias recovered under the skillful treatment of Dr Ed Kstes. The superstitious people of neighboring town should not fear now a spread of the disease by telephone. T. C. Marlow own and run a steam aw mill about three miles east of this place and occasionally the mill i left without a watch; tho result it that recently, some bold thief or thieve have hauled away several hundred feet cf choice lumber. Shame on the young men who came here to prayer meeting Wednesday night and Induced a young lady to leave the place and accompany them to a dance. Dear young men, please to read the 21st, 111 and 23J verses of the 8th chapter of Act and apply it to your own action of NVedntsday night. From sn article in the Evaporator read before the literary society here Friday night, we received the Orst intelligence of McKinner theological school. We heart ily commend the enterprise and a a proof of it worth have only to refer you to our esteemed friend, Mr. 8. M Owens, who U taid to be rapidly advancing in Bibb-Heknowledge. Tom Smith Is confined to her Mr room with tore eye.. A little child of Jaa, Daniel I tic)c. Mis Lena Coleman, of Nelson county, i visiting her grand pa rent, Mr. and Mra. D. 3, Jonea. Mr Jno, Weaver, of Spencer county, was visiting friend here laat week. Mr. Alice Newport and MIJ Alice Reynold, of NYaynea burg, spent Friday and Saturday with Mr. Lulon Gooch, The telephone w set in operation at this place Friday evening. Ooe of the most amusing feature of the office i to see the operator gracefully bowing and assenting to question propounded by operator at other point. This, he says, I only the force of habit which he hope to overcome in the near future. The sooner the better, for then the town a well a the country people will cease to congregate about hi office to wltnea ht strange mov- and in graceful harmony therewith the bridal party passed up the aisles and front ed the audience from a position about two feet In front of the pulpit and without a second' delay, Rev.J. M. Bruce, in a beau tlful and moat impressive ceremony, united tbe destinies of Mr. J. T. Chadwick and Mit Kate Bhlvel making them husband and wife. Aa from a reserved teat I looked upon the bride and lady attendants, I found myself trying to determine in my own mind which was the most beautiful, but after a critical examination I cave up the vexed problem recognizing my inability to solve it. While admitting the different alylea of beauty presented by these in each I beheld physical perfection adorned by a spirituality which stamped them as superior being given by a benefi cent Creator to bleat the pathway of man The attendant, Mr J. NV. Jamea with Mis Judith King and Mr. J. C.King with Kittle Hlggin accompanied the Mia groom and bride with a few other chosen friends to the residence of Mr. J. M Harris, where a superb supper, under the supervision of Mr Hannah Steger, a daughter of .Mr. Harris, awaited them. Among the gueta wa Prof. T. NV. Tobin, of a distinguished chemist and tcien-litemporarily here. Mist Louana James, the pianist, under the inspiration of the oc casion, was radiant with beauty. The music wa tweet enough to have quieted the trouhled spirit of Siul, the wiiked king of Israel tnd will long be remembered as the grandest musical triumph ever witnessed by the denizens of Crab Orchard. Tbe ar- rangementa were under the supervision of Mrs. T. G Moore and were indeed credita ble to her. The groom is connected in mercantile business with Mr. A J Sigler and ia highly respected for probity of char acter and known business capacity The of Mr. Thomas bride the C, White, one of our moat intelligent and She has alwayt been substantial farmer a favorite in our society, distinguished for her practical good sen-- e and admitted to combine in character all the elements that go to adorn and beautify woman. It was impossible to come within the circumference of ber influence without perceiving the innate purity of her mind and being lifted into u atmotphere eupremely enjoymariner of earth. able to the tcmpet-toiweMay the Lord ever bless them is the unl versal prayer here. e, st 1 Champolaa dark gray, 17 handa high, weighs trial, 1.C0-rounds and la 3 rears old tha 29th of May 2.33; Ileoa U, 2.20 gait at S yeara old; MatllaMcD., 1 20 gait at 3 jeara old; Maggie btewsrl, 2 20 gait at next. He la of fine at; le and action, good In the yrara old, and other promising ones. 1st dam Su- loins, well rlbbod and large body, with 3 LotilHTllIe,Ciiicluiiall mitl LexImsie br rientlnel. 2.W.. and the sire of Von Arnlm. anouldera; head and neck well set on. lie waa ington, U. W. Slubblneld JIH; Annette. 2.2JK; T. A.,2 20; Young Senti- ported bySeptember II, 1S82. A Co., of liloomlng ton. 111., Mlgoon, 2 27 nel, 2.26; Vlrandlere, 129-- tt WHAT fc WAKEFIELD. 2 23, Orand Sentinel, i 23i. ttentlnel la fall brother to Volunteer, the sire of EL Julten, 2 UH; G totter, 17; Alley, 2:19; Bodlne, 2,19!i; Drlrer, Am, 2.1:inUunter.30 2IO; 2d dam2Z0,i, and a score Connecting in same depot with fast trains lor more the 2 class Klttr llttera, the recora, 3 w; year-old dam or uertie tun, record. 2 37. and the nandam ol Maud Mes record, 2.23; br Alexsnder's ilarlng concluded to remote to Texas, I offer for senger, Abdallah, tba sire of Goldsmith Maid, 2:14; Itosaaale my Alroont. Abdaiiah Hod, 2 21',, Thorndale, The Direct Eonte to Lynchburg, Dandam niot.dc.de. 3d Wllke-by 2lied Jacket, (sire of the Residence V RumIuchh House. -. ville, Norfolk, 21. damofKentuekr Combined In one, situated In the town of Crab Orof bo 8o,2 17k. and lied Vllkrs. lire ot I'hilTbomp chard, Ky., on Lancaster street. The building Is recoru, zzi, Djr uraei; vj oner. two ton, atorlea high, S0x2l feet and con-tatnd one-ha- lf man Morain. iDeaireor Vermont lllack Uank tne la 20x40, Virginia and North Carolina In all eight rooms. The store-roo- m sire of Kthan Allen and mauy olhir trot ten. lied with counters and ahelrtng nlceljand properly ar- All Points. er to lllack ranged, with all the outbuildings necessary to Jacket's dam waa sired by a Hawk. 4th dim an extra load mare brought from apply to and the taste ol the moat fastidious, and For tickets and lurlher tba North by W I. Vance, of Mercer com IT. and an abundance of pure water for drinking and your nearest ticket office, orInformation, address aald to be of Messenger blood, bcotlnel and Alex household putposes.beautlful shade and fruit trees Abdallah are bolh by llrsdyk'a liamble-tonla- n. adorning and beautifying the entire pienilsea, all ander'a JAJIOt t'. EllMST, Ibegrabdilreof Maud 8., 2.i0'i, and tbe a good and healthy condition. Any one desirUcnl. Western Agent. llrecf Dsiter, --.17!,'; Nellie, 2 18: Orange Ulrl, in a cheap yet raluable residence, among a cler-e- r ing 310 W. Mnlu Ht., Loulstllle. Ky. 2 20; Uaulle, 2.21, Jay Gould, 2.21!,, and so others and prosperous people, would do well to call with recoid of 2 30 and bttter. Mrastnger Chief and examine the picmlsea before purchasing els II v. nu.i.r.K. O. W. NJIITII, waa aired by Ao'aiian ruoi.sireoi iictaru,z ist; Terms reasonable. Oen'l Fau'r At' Ocb'l Manater, iccord, 2:t8. 1st dam Is lied Jim, W-- tf Virginia Ulchmond JOHN V. NTKOUE. to Gen tleo. II Thomas, aire ol feeolta 1 nomas, 2.2 ; by Mambrlno Messenger, sire Ql Lewlnskl, 2.-- 3 Id dim by Mambrlno Chief, sire of Lady Thoiu, 2 18,, Woodlord Mambrlno, 2.21H; Msmbrloo I'atcheu and others, 3d dam br liup. Kaiolon. kugilsb Hunter, Ac Abdallah Messenger will make tbe aeaaon of 18S3 al Chaa. liunn's. l miles Irom Stanford, on I.ush llranch 1 mile ftooi Stanfoul A Lai pike J Ike. Irt'Ui Lancaster A Dane Hiecuter 920aod lull's plka.at to soon Moner TniurssMtrs In Foal Marea that due aapublic STAMFORD, KY., bare aa the fact la ascertained. rwurdsof 2.30 or better, or auch as bare produced :fTlOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RrH trotters vltn records ot 2.30 or belter, may bo bred -- Dealer In- free ol charge. Addrm THE GREAT WILLIE O DUNN, Maolurd, Lincoln Co , Ky. by Messenger Chief, dam MasatKoau ralNCC Lnlgma, 2.26; by A IcalJe, (sire of llylas, I ancy !ay, 2.30, Ac.,) will make the season ot 18S3 trial, 2.k. Ons, A SOLID TRAIN liy., FOR JSALE ! WASHINGTON CITY, ini: W. T. GREEN, at at 113 to ........... J- lot lire a mare In foal. ........ ! Groceries, Hardware, Through Trunk Line QUEENQWABE, W. U. L. NOT'XC.E bUuford.Mar 9. Harness and Saddlery, Neither ofui bating the lime to attend to the collecting and settling up of our old firm business, we haee secured I ha serelcea or Mr M. Teytun to attend U. It. He ia authorised by ua to collect and receipt for all accounts duo us. JPIsOWS 12J--tf II. V. - II McALlNTKlt, 11HH1IIT. WAGONS. Without Change and will) Spied Unrivaled SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS! Staled bids will be recelred for tbe erection of a Nrlinut IHllIilliit: In thetownof CrsbOrchsrJ, Ky.. uulll April 7.1683. Bids will be recelred for Main building la t be both a brick and frame. 2lxC0 feet In tbe clear; the wing 20 HO feet, each tw-- t stories. plans, specifications. Ac , call on tbe undersigned commltteeat Crab Orchard. '1 hey reserra privilege or rejecting any or an uids. ij.-o- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - raou locisviux to the SOUTH & WEST Jackaonrllle, Mobile, and hew Otleana. In Palace Can Without Change. to Wlthont PULLMAN CARS Kashtllle, Memphis, Lull. Itock, Montgomery, Atlauta. eaTaanan. change Propr i BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA SHORT LINE TO THE EAST Frose Loularllla tn Palace Cars without change. John Hcciunih, Da J. D. l'CTTCS, Joux rDUisroK, I'.T TOLLABD, V Com'tee. J This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Roputation, AMD DAVE YANDELL i, e g Will be permitted to seree ten or fifteen spprored marea at my atable i mllee from rJtanford on tbe Knob Lies pike at Itt Proprietor i Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in itt Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Questi. Seeking hornet on the CUIPDRUTC line ot thla road will CITllllnHil I O receive special low ratea. See Areola of this Cnmpsny for rates, routes A. Ac, or write C. P. Ms1 ORE, G. P. ID Louisville, Ky. it. $10 to Insure Colt. a Don't Be Led Astray! madison coutirr. Richmond, A. Pattello It dead and Mr. time Benj. Hogg I critically ill of pneumonia. Dr. 8. X. Hell It now conducting a Hon. a DESC11IPTI0N AND PEUIOBKE. Para Yen dell will be 3 yeara old the 20th of May, 13 ban ds 1 inch, blood bay with heary mane and tall and will make wheu fully developed a luagolflcent horse, hired by Telrgram; ha by Frank Woltord; be by Telegraph, (wbo waa a brother to kthan Allen Lanc'l and Btockbrldge Chief!) be by Hill's Ulaclc Hawk, of Bridgeport, Vl ;htby bhermau and be Telegram'a dam by IheurlilnatJ lalln Morgan. by liordMcNarr, Jr.2d dam by Whlpp; 3d dam l, u-- . Dm. Vsndel'a dam la a tine combined m.r fmni WnoJfrd countr and ot unknown Ped lures now but 1 will bj able to gel It in a abort ui Ragarags "HI ht coarejed to aad from thedepot By tho cullarly worded adTerllsementaof rlral fret of charge, Special accommodatloaa to routes, which are liable to decetre the public. Tbe chonest and tiultVrat lloute from Cincinto Commercial Trartltra. Tht Bar will bt alwayt sappllsd with tht choicest nati West la tht Llqaors aad titers. braadsof 01 & MISSISSIPPI R. W. 10 IXoura ST. ASAPH HOTEL. CiiiciniMti to St. Louis Hours ahead of all other lines. ! K. II. CHOW, Stanford, Ky. protracted meeting here, with tome succct Dr J NV. Pratt I improving slowly from hi violent attack of paralysis, and & hopes are now entertained of hi recovery. NV. M. Miller and John K White both rROTBIETOIt, Chicago decline to make the race for tbe ture, leaving Mr. J. R. Uurnam the only TUG OXLY LINE HUNNINH candidate. Uatlnghad this Hotel The Kentucky Central ia pushing it rapidly. Should it fall to AND cOLID TItAINd rut) a train to this place by July lit, it forFront baaemeut to garret, feits Madison' $200,000 subscription LOUISVILLE TO CHICAGO! in town a Judge French Tipton w I Intern, te Keep It In Ntrlclly Passengers trou tht few day lost week, after a very tucctssful HrKCUL NotlCK NHHuer, Braucb of L. A N It. II. arrlit in Loulstllle trip to Mexico. He i agent for the O. R. In lime to take the ereulug train of tht "Mouou And teats nothing undone tbtt will add to tht ement. Mason Manufacturing Co ,ol the Kentucky Houto" and go through tu Saturday morning a Uncle Herry Penitentiary -- Register. OF HY GUESTS. UreeHrnstle, CrunTonlin Me, I.uTu)ctte COMFORT Welch, an old darkey from the country auii L'iilcnco without change. who waa not jwaru of the use and presence Ntttr Girt Up. TIME TABLE. of a telephone in McKinney, was passing tf you tra suffering wilh low tnd depressed splr Art olf.red Dally. Dally. oTAUONa. the postufi.ee when be heard the polite op Its, lose of appetite, general debility, disordered weak cooitllulloo, beadscbe, or any dlaetx perator in answer to s voice over the wire bbod, TlJpni Hau SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS means procure a Utile Lte. LoulsTllle .... of a bilious nature, by all 1141 am from Stanford, exclaim, "who't that?" The of Electric Hitters. You will be surprised lose Arr Ureeocastle MtamlStvipm To patronlit me, aa I hare trtry eoaeeolenceucb Crawfordsttllt ' Lafayette - ... JMsui Ilium as NICE UAMt'LK UUOMS, Ac, for their use. old darkey thlnkiny himself addressed, tht rtpld luiprOTcuieul that will follow) you will 7 80 a iu V W p m " Chicago ....... Inspired with new lib; strength tnd tcllrlty bawled out, "ll' mo tab!" and rushed tn to U misery will cease, tnd hence Tht most direct route, wilh oulr ont ihangeor Baggage Transferred to aad frem Imagine the old will return) pain and In see what waa wanted tht praise of Electric care, to all polule In H lacouslu, uluuesota, Iowa, furlb you will rtjulce the Depot free of charge. wheu he taw Tom bowing Hitters, bold tt M cents a bottle by l'enny A Mc Mebraala, Ac Kvr lurlber lufurmatlou addreea niaii'taurprttc MUUItAY KELLElt. (I. 1 A., (llremeacaU. W. N. VK.1NCIM. Loulnllle, Ky IIS and scraping before the little box on the Allsler. "MOItfOtf IIOUTJE." Railway. 4pall Tislns.w'th nochangt passengers. or can tor any Louisville, New Albany 3 W. S. FRANCIS, 2 STANFORD, - - KY. !a 2 12 Dally Tralm to Loulstllle, with Free farlor Cart. Dally Tralua to L'taostllle, I hours In ad tsnee of all (dber routes, wilh one less change of tara. Dally Trains to Cairo, 7 bouts quicker than any other line, tod no change of cars. Dally Trains to New Orleans. Clurlnnstl. QUICKEU Ko change of 1 B cars from Hours track-layin- g Pullman Puluco Curs! ,b,n chl('"0 Uoul,,,u Itol'uri.islietl and ltolltteil lonono Plttf Two Hours Less Tlmtoo tht rvaiioaa uiaj cars, and leaa change of cara than by other linn. Dally Tht O. Ji' X. la the only lint with Trains from Cincinnati to bt. Louis, making direct couneclious lu tho Uulon Depot (atbt. Lout )wllu Missouri 1'scluc Hallway, bt. Louis. Iron Uouu lain A southern Hallway, I'blcsjo & Alton lull-roaCnlcago, Burlington A llulucy llallruad) Keokuk A bt Louts lullroad) Mtbub. L Louis A l'stltlo Itallroad) Mlswurl Kansas A Texas Ilali way; bt LoulaAtlau I'rsuclsio llallw y. t Knox-titl- e j Coiiiiuercial Travelers Impress Thla Upon Your Memory. ... Klsu la the only Una by which you Tha O. Aj can get through cart trout Cincinnati lula without pajlng extra lire lu addition tOjiuouey , pall lor ticket For tickets, ratea, or anr luloiuiallou, rall ou Ticket Agents of couuocllug Hues -I- K( I'lraa. call at 1W Walnut at, e West Fourth at., (lrand Hotel, (cot ofMlllitrn.1. UlnClnnAll (or J, tt, W W J'KABODV, ixi Ucu'lbuperlnUndtnt, Ueu'l lasa4uge( Alt Cluclnnall. W. B. BHATTUO. t'tmrnl for xund, flsh ii fully as nu Tlio patronizing subscriber is tho roost exasperating man with whom tho Jour liilloiuns lulchcrs' meat. It may not imlist has to deal, ITo tloos not hand oin so .ilifylng, but that is Irccnti: 3CJT. $2 to (ho editor and leanest that tho llio senso of satisfaction which wo rxp March 27, 1883 paper 1h sent to his address for a year. rtenco in eating is tho result of supply Tnestey Mondsg, ng tho stomach with food, and in no diIIo is not that sort of a man. When ho buys a railroad ticket ho rect or imraedUto way related to the ItIK TUTOR. To JnJgo from tho llttlo stories now pays cash down to tho clerk who edits nourishment of tho organism as a whole. going nronrul Uio iui,ern, tho children of tho tickets with a hand stamp, and to Very fow of tho solid substances wo cat tho Inml ore giwping for informntion tho Chinese journalist who edits the are digested, even so far as tho stomach n ho disburses somo is concerned, in less than an hour, nJ nbcmt the fraternity. Tho Boston Tran- shirt with a script feel called upon to describe us. of his wealth beforo ho gets his shirt. nutrition cannot commeneo until alter But when ho patronizes tho editor his digestion has proceeded for somo time. And hero in tho story ho tell: Tlio editor, children, is a member ol tactics aro different. Ho says : " Well, It follows that tho feelings of satisfacthat taco of nnimals called mankind. I reckon you'd better put my hamo tion produced by solid food during a down for your paper. I really tako meal must bo dao to tho appeasing oi lie is invariably n kind man. IIo is jnirfcctly harmless. Yon may go moro papers now than I read, bnt I sup thoso cravings which aro set up iu the Vo stomach rather than tho supply of the into his den without fear. But lio lias poso I'll havo to tako yours, too. pecnliaritics. Tlio sight of a poet makes ato all expected to do something toward uoocLt of the system ; inasmuch as butchhim wild, no is then very dangerons, supporting tho press, you know." IIo ers' meat is easier of digestion than flsh, and is apt to do bodily harm to all within says this with tho air of a philanthropist and it gives tlio stomach much moro to reach. IIo is also much wrought up subscribing for tho controlling interest do, it is cosy to say why it seems, at tho Looking to when a man comes in with n liltlo triflo in a narrow-gang- o railroad, or a now moment, moro satisfying. ho has just dashed off. church, on which ho nover expects to tho nltimnto pnrposoof nutrition, flsh is Thcro is ono thing that must bo raid draw a dividend, but, at tho samo time, tho bolter kind of food ; it is moro read in tho editor's dixprniso: His mind is so ho forgets to rcduco his cash balance by ily and completely reduced in tho stem biased by long thinking in n certain dircc subscribing his $2 in advance. Ho tells ach, nnd nourishes tlio organism moro tion that ho dislikes rcry much to look tlio editor to call on him for tho amount thoroughly, and with less physical inupon both sides of question. There- when ho needs Ho is careful to Icavo convenience, than tho flesh of warmfore, if yon valuo your safety, nover ap tho impression that ho has no possible blooded Animals. A common error in proach him with manuscript written on nso for tho paper, and ho will likely tho use of flsh is tho failuro to rocognizo both sides of your paper. nover read it, but ho merely wants to that thcro aro two distinct classes of this The editor usually writes with n pen, help tho editor out with tho $2 ho docs staplo, looked at as food. In ono class, but his most cutting articles are the not pay. Although tho patronizing which may bo represented by tho mackproduct of his shears. subscriber docs not contribute a cent, erel and the salmon, the oil and fat aro And let me say right here, children, ho positively imagines ho has squan. distributed throughout the flesh, while that a good deal of sheer nonsense has dered money that should havo gono to of tho othor, of which tho cod and the been printed about tho editor. He uses tho poor. In time, as whiting may bo taken as examples, the his shears only when composing an en- tho paper prospers, ho comes to regard oil and fat aro found almost exclusively tirely original article. himself as tlio founder and chief pro in tho internal organs, notably the liver. Tlio editor would moko a good public prietor of it. Tlio only wonder is that Now, the oil and fat aro necessary, and speaker but for his propensity for clip ho does not sell ont when, as is fre- if tho flsh is not cooked and eaten wholo, ping words. quently tho case, it fails to reflect his or nearly so, these most important parts Tho editor's hardest task is to dispose political and roligious views. When an are wasted. In cleansing flsh, as littlo of his time His would bo a monotonous editorial demolishes ono ot his pot theo- as possible should bo romovod. This is life, indeed, wcro it not for tho kindness ries, ho begins to regret that ho has a point otifcgbsjM practical moment. oi a few hundred people who call upon been nourishing a serpent to his bosom, Fishmoagoro undrejte'TBeed to bo inhim every day to enliven his dull life and talks of withdrawing his support structed aiwt'!os3( ihe'sabject. To with stories of their grievances, of their from tho paper. IIo oven hints at es- omit anyipprtion of Hho liver of a cod in brand-neenterpriser, and with antedi- tablishing an independent organ that preparing the dish for the tablo is to luvian anecdotes. When you grow up will properly represent tho people. In throw away a great dolicacy. A cod's to be men and women, children, remem- return for tho copy that he has not" yet liver properly dressed is a dish for a ber this, Aiid spend all the time you can paid for, tho exacting patron expects gourmet It is inexplicable how anyoil " in the sanctum of tho editor. Ho loves that tho editor will attempt in somo thing so nauseous as the " company so much, you know, and some- slight degree to pay off tho national of tho chemist and druggist con be pro- - TUB JUnr UAD ITS FATHER'S CUM-- " VLEXIOX. times ho has to sit silent and alono for a debt of obligation to him, by bringing pared from anything so nico as tho liver Mr. Blanket Bat looking nt tho baby of cod. Housekeepers and thoso who pur whole half minute. Is it uot too bad? his namo beforo tho peoplo as a suitable. trying to think of tho usual idiotic, unTho business ot tlio editor is to enter- man for somo prominent position. If vey for tho tablo should take care that meaning and unmeant things that peo nothing odiblo in a fish is sacrificed. tain itinerant lecturers, book canvassers, this is not douo he regards nn evialiout now babies, and, at last-For cooking purposes it may be as- plo say exchange fiends, and other philanthro- dence of boso ingratitude. in a spasm ot originality, remarked that sumed that 'tho flsh is not only good pists. IIo gives his whole day to these. He comes into tho editorial-roo- m "tho baby had its father's complexion." He writes his editorials at night after he with a manuscript describing tho won- food, but food ot the best description, Then thoy all sat and looked at tho has gono to bed. derful idiosyncrasies of character dis- well nble to supply the needs of tho sys- rich cardinal hues that made tho wrinkled Tlio editor is never so happy as when played by his house- dog, or somo other tem, and particularly easy of digestion. countenance ot tho unconscious infant ho is writing complimentary notices. Tor such matter of national importance, It is equally serviceable for tho weakly glow like a mountain sunset, and nobody 10 cents' worth of presents he will gladly and wants it put in tho paper, and when as for the robust, the young as tho old. said anything until a feehlo voice from Good Vords, London. givo S1U worth ol advertising all on tho editor reads it, and suggests that his an adjoining room said : account of tho pleasure it gives him to columns aro crowded and that ho hardly "It was a good tiling tho Iniby had it CASTIXO LIXES IX UXl'LEAStM write, you know, children. thinks the matter offered would interest naturally, then, as it required about fifPLACES. Ho loves also to write neat little speech- tho subscribers anyhow, tho patronizing Mr. Field, the Boston publisher, had teen years steady practice and tho coes and bright witty poems for people subscriber is astonished, and says, "My n wonderful memory, and his knonledg operation of threo scieutillo clubs and without brains who wish to speak in heavens, man, ain't I a subscriber?" of English literature was so great that, flvo political campaigns to acquiro it" public. It is so easy for him to do and then he goes off determined to be- when a friend wished to know whero a Then a sad quiet stolo over tho room this that he is sometimes quite miser stow his patronago on somo livo paper particular passago was to lo found in an again, ouly broken by tho hard breath. able when an hour or two passes without that will appreciate his ossistanco. English author, ho would go direct tc ing of tho baby's father, looking nt tlio an opportunity to do something of tho What exasperates him most is for tho the famous bibliopole, A wonld-b- o wit, thermometer to seo what tmo it was ; kind. editor to send him a bill for the $2 of thinking to quiz him beforo a company while. Mr. Blanket, feeling that ho could Tho editor dines at all the. hotels freo, capital stock that stanas opposite ins at dinner, informed his friends, previous add nothing to what had already been ho travels free, theaters open wide their namo on tho books' Texas to Mr. Fields' arrival, that ho had just said, stole down stairs, Hoftly whisper Slf tings. doors to him, his tailor clothes him gratis, TUB DIRTIEST CITY IX TUB WORLD. Wnttcu some lines, which ho intended tng to himself about somo fool, bit the his butcher and grocer furnish him with to submit to him as Southoy's, and tc company couldn't catch tha namo and Naples is tho largest city in Italy food without money and without price. inquire in which of his works they oc- didn't know who ho meant want is provided for. nearly twice as largo as any other withIn short, his every curred. After tho guests were seated, He spends his princely calory in build- in 00,000 of Chicago ; and this dense ho began: UIXTS TO UORSEUBX, "Friend Fields, I havo been for- multitude livo and move and havo their ing churches and tchool-house- s in It seems, says tlio Scientific Ameri a good deal troubled of late in searching being in huddlinir hives, from which eign lands. can, to bo a characteristic failing ol out in Southoy's poems his n By all meauB, children, be editors. they swarm liko boes. This is behoved lines running thus" repeating tho lines most coachmen to lay tlio lash on a Of course it would lie lietter if you to bo their only resemblance to beos. ho had composed. "Can you tell me horso that exhibits fear at an object in They aro as lazy as they are dirty. A could be or when ho wrote them and whero they are tho street or besido of tho road. Mr. But, as that is iruiiossible, by all means Neapolitan s idea of heaven ib to sit on a to bo fonnd ?" do not remember to Bcrgh, the President of the Society for driver's seat and crack tho whip over the be editor. havo met with them before," replied the tho Prevention ot Cruelty to Animals, head of a gotluo horso. Ho seldom says in tho organ of that society, what strikes tho horse, but cracking tho wliip publisher; "and thero were ouly two Loxanrxir ot' musiciasx. periods hi Southoy's life when such every reasoning being onght to know, Tho notion is generally received that is a special accomplishment of Naples, and that is never to whip a horso for musicians aro short lived. Tho early as mosaics are of Florence. In only two lines could possibly havo been written becoming frightened at any object by death of many famous musicians, such tilings havo I ever seen a Neapolitan dis- by him." "When were thoso?" "Some- the roadside, for if ho sees a stump, a as Mozart, Schubert, Mendelssohn, play any vigor cracking his whip and where," caid Mr. Fields, "about that log or a heap of tanbark in tho road, early period of his existence when ha Chopin, Bellini, Bizet and Schuman, scratching his back. was having the measles or cutting his and, while he is eying it carefully, and Dirty I the Neapolitan is tho dirtiest bate given rise to a popular idea that about to pass it, you strike him with tho of the peo- first teeth, or near tlio closo of his life, music, and long life are opposed. But, living creature, ft when his brain had softened. Tlio versi- uliip, it is tho log, or stump, or tho in fact,rtho preponderance of evidence is plo on tho street look as if they had fication belongs to the measles period, tanbark that is hurting him in lib way ou the other side. Of tlio earlier s worn their clothes for years, and exot reasoning, nnd tho next timo he will Bach, Handel and Haydn wcro pected to wear them without washing but tho ideas betray tho idiotio one." bo more frightened. Give him time to The companv roared all long lived. Beethoven was more till they drop off. They aro goncrally -- ruell all of these objects, and nso tho than GO at tho time of his death. Cher-bi- ol somo hempen stuff, or JIB OUT A FLT. ii dlo to assist you in bringing him lived to seo his 81st birthday. onco white. Ono garment seems to be .ryfully to thcte objects of fear. A wholesale, dealer who had a six Many of tho greatest living musicians considered enough, and two a superweeks' acquaintance with a broker, and A J1'.U.Y COM'OSBD DT A LADT 03 aro old men. Hubert Bie s is 70 ; fluity. thought ho know his man, asked him for YEARS OLD. Franz Lachncr and Sir Julius Benedict Many of tho workmon aro constantly " a fly " on stock, and tho broker Tho following, which we publish by aro 77 ; Hcimieh Herz is 75 ; Sir Michael seen going about their shops and even replied: request, is something of a literary curiCo b, IgiiaU Lachncr and Tichatschck tho streets with nothing on but a pair oi "Well, suppose you buy somo osity as having been written by Mrs. rs 74 ; Krtliol, and Haupt, tho famous trousers, ami I saw ono stop in a crowded and Western ?" Emma W. Skelton, who died at tho Old nrgunUt, aro 71 ; I'enlinandHillcr, Liszt, street and delilierately tako offhU trousOno day threo weeks later the two Ladies' Homo, Nov. 2, 1881, at tho ago Kucken, Taubcrt and Ambrosia Thomas ers to look for a ilea. Boys from 8 to met again, and tho dealer said : of 10L It was written iu 1670, whoa aro 7'!; Flotow is CO; 'Wagner is C8 ; 12, entirely naked, may be seen walking "You remember I asked you for 'a sho was 03 years old : Ht'iiHelt and Verdi are C7; Robert leisurely through tho principal streets How tut mj jtut roll on pw, in stock?" Ttaiu, Stephen Heller and Volckinami for blocks to tho I nover fly' Mjr tout on wlngt of tltn "Yes, and I gavo you ono." nru CO , Guild and Sivori aro CI ; Gou- saw ho many children without a scrap of Wlien thill I reach that bllitful pits, "You did that, and I lost $050." Anil lvs thU world kthlnd t nod, Quinbcit, Kullak and Litolft aro clothing on them in my Hfo as within you see, you "Is Bliall I k angrlt on the vitj, 0.; Abt, Leonard and Clara Bchu-- tho putt week ; and it is a real shock to not tellthat bo? Well,you wanted to did mo whether fly Anil Juui at tt gt .un aru 02. Tho fact that by for tho the moral sense ot tho members of To welccnn in to enter In, up or down. If you wanted to go up r numbei of distinguished living Cook's vacation party, lato from a land grtt UefonUUtoolaUT you should havo bought silver stock. nuwixiniis ore men of 50 years and over whero modotty is regarded as a virtue. OL, fill laj foul with hmtn! loTt, give a broker lull particulars," Always ) winu &U to show that tho idea of inu Navies Idler. Mf Chriit Im ill rujr thein ; lloHun to 111 UktUhU wer, Kontm Mugshoit lied is a mistaken When lVnelr.u was ulmoner to LouU JlKIll XOTES. Tht on world rtdteuil IUlhi Musla Well. XIV,, his Mujcsty nus UNtonUht-to A countryman climbed out of a wagon Detroit Free Press. what ax olv jovuxalist has i&d.oue Hunduj, instead of a numerous on Austin avenue, entered a music store, cougiegat'ou, only him and the priokt, and said ho wanted ts buy a piece of sebx. Ik 1854 thero were 251 daily papers In tho timo of tho writer, as editor "What is tho reason of this?" asked tho miuio for his sou. published iu tho United States. In 1800 and proprietor of tho New York Express, King. " I caused it to bo 'gWcn out, "If your son is not very far advanced, tho number had increased to 387, in 1870 ho lias seen moro than 120 Journals lito sire," returned Tendon, "that jour ma- perhaps this would do," said tiie clerk, to 071, and in 1880 to 081. Tho circula and die in tho city of New York alono, jesty did not attend chapel Hint handing over a pioce.pt shoot musie. tion, which in J850 was but 758,451, and ho believes that more than twenty ypu might know who came to worship reached over 3,000,000 copies in 1880. "How much does it cost?" millions havo been spent on tlio city pa- 'God, and who to flatter the King." Tho average circulation of the daily "Fifty cents." per since 1830. Only flvo of tho 120 " Well, that's too easy for him. Tho uowpnpera is placed by tho census comA FUDlT raiser, sayiug that if jxjoplo daily journal in uxistenco in 1830 and last piece I bought for liimcost75oeuts. pilers at 3,701, which must reduce tho since then now aurvivo, and 101 disap- want big, flavorless fruit, it must be I reckon ho kuows euough ot muaio to actual circulation of a great many peared in tho space ot twenty years. In raised for them, remarks that the great, play a piece worth a dollar and a quarter dailies far below the paying iioint Tho California inter inexperienced hands tho biggest collec- handsome, conpiece is to low, I avrrago circulation of vsecklies at least. A t tion of sponges will not hnbibo water as are iu demand at high prices, uotwith-standin- want a high piece." nected with dailies is 3,210, and ot thoso they aro as as rapidly as new newspapers will absorb The clerk accidentally found an oper- - not connected with dailies 1,82 1 basswood sawdust. money. Eratlus Jirookt. atio piece that was ditlleult enough, and Ik concluding an article on tho last tho proud father shelled out tho cash. costs $75,000 to maintain tho milcom crop an Alabama editor remarked : "Ha vis vou got tho rent ready at IVxas Sljtlngs. itary pomp which is considered neces- lattV" "No, sir; mother's gono out "Wo have on exhibition iu our sanctum sary for tho Sandwich islands. This is washing, and foigot to put it out for maunors is an art of making a iu i'ulllwnt pair of oars." Good at tlio rata of 81.25 for every man, wom- you." "DidshoUll you she'd forgo- those eoplo easy with whom we conThntuinJ bear witness to the positive kingdom. Pretty tten?" "res, sir." an and child in the vert); whoever makes tho fewost per curative powers of the Ores! German expeusivo luxury for an impoverished Sold by See adrertUemeot. man in eons weary is tho best-bre- d WniTtvr.it is obtained by deceit chuts leop!e, or at least a people who have no Penny & McAlbter, Btssford. no man g ranch as the crstUr. Bouey to spare. Dovon-nhlro.a- Stwir-fctftk- lf $nlcri&r$0Hrid a VATHvstKtxa svBsenmrn, Ttm ah rmw. -- flat-iro- it really-deservin- g CIDf.R. In England tho cider Applo is priiui pally grown In Herefordshire ami in porlionsof Gloucestershire, M(rtiinouthshlrt, Worcestershire, Dorset, shire, Somersetshire and Oornwtll; and on tho other sido of the British channel must lio montioned Jersey, Normandy and Brittany, Many a farmer counts, iu a goal year, upon paying his rout by his cider hatvest Although its valuo in relation to other UivcraKo is not crcat. it is astonishing how important n factor it is in successful farming in those dis tricts, and what a rcspoclablo piece do resistance is a good ccllarfitl of this drink. Throunhotit tho summer, bnt especially in hay and harvest-timtho quantity consumed bv tho would astonish tho or town opcrativo, it being considered nothing unusual for him to dispose ot his two to threo gallons in n day; and tho farmer, his sons nnd his servants. and in many cases his wholo household, mako use of hnrdlv- anv other drink throughout tho year. If tho fanner's stock runs dry in consennenco of a inenKer harvest, ho is oblicol to nrocuro tho cider at any price, for tho lalmrcrs will insist upon a regular allowanco of their favorito refreshment In somo districts tho nso of leer is irraduallv beinir substituted in certain establishments for that of cider; but this is not so much to bo regretted as tlio more baneful consumption ot cheap spirituous liquors. Notwithstanding so great n consuuption of what is sometimes not much better than vinegar, docs not appear to bo fraught with any very serious results. At most ot tho tables d'hote in Normandy and Brittany decanters of cider aro supplied gratis; and tho thirsty wayfarer nood only visit a restaurateur to procure a quart of Hint liquor for no may sometimes about 3 chance to havo tlio produoo ot the first pressure applied to tho apples, and which the grower calls cros cidre: but ho is moro likely to havo to content himself with tlio recoil d extract, or petit cidre, a watery, though still not quito innocuous, liquid. Chambers' Journal. e, farm-laborNorth-countrymcider-drinkin- g half-penc- ETilODI8T,HOUTir-It, II. C Morrlfen, Tattor Mertlce erery Mun.lty morning and night etctpt lb thirl Vryr Meeting terry Huoday Hehml at too a. at. Tburtday night Anf on wUhlnf to bnj toimbtr - fur tailng, Moirlton,Hiiperlntendenl Will practlr rrofruton In Rnekraatl and monfntlnornr Million tb Humtr farm,bj two adjoining rounttehi ana in ine uouu or Appeal lief II C BT 1 M llacei, Paater. Pertlee inrinttn atwut It ofnt at onr ftpeclal attention glrtn to collection. B"Arflr and totirth Hundayt, mcrnlng and mi in irom vnit vrc oara night. Prayer Meeting Ttry Wednee.ay after-noo- n. HKI.VIN c CO. nt Biixday Fchonl at 80 a, u. 11. K. Barrow Superintendent Citnbllthsd 1840. OllltlHTlAN WonhlpbytherongretfatloB Cot PreecklncbT Ir J. W. lint ciLiiaiTio RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E onH-mn- d and Fourth lonl'a daya. Monday Cchool "BRADFORD" at 1 18 Jo Herennce. Hureflntendent. PORTABLE MILL. A fkTorlte rrcwrlnllon of "n of lb WIDTH.-IteH. McKI. avt noted nnd tncretarulortpecialltt In the XI. H. I royN, pattor rlunday rVboole. at W.I. John W. ceu.wHUT&rui, -Inow retired) ror in cure rtrreNt eteeinit. Horn iiLLiiiHiiiaY, Jtf a neee7, H nttnm and Jfeetty. Heot Hupef IntenJenb Union Trayer Mellngoa Itoal. Lef . S.a4 ft iTt.tli flrta. kiplalnataledenTelopet-eiiroHleuallll,W lar Addraaa plalalr We.1eefT xlrht. Mo. Addmt BR. WARD A CO., THOSBRIBFOROIM. Ill, It. It W, (MUllt. nam m. mmnr.TT, LUMBER OF ALL KINDS. ATTOR N EY AT LAW, Mt. Vornon, Ky CHtlRCn PIRtCTOBt. !1 FREE! S HKjEZunP UW. OPERA HOUSE. STANFORD, KY. to the: public We will now pajr apttlal atltnllon to -- W. P. WAItTON, - Proprietor. Nervous Exliausiion, IPrematuro Desay, Loss of Memory. h lenomt) An M panel f Dunk of Adtlrn In Young Men. Iiyn llrgnlnr OtTHXOt GlllNniNG.fi Wo rroralao to (lt utlifartlon, anil whrn drtlrrd will kI" 1'at-- nt Flonr for WhraU Can niaka liber boiled or unboltrtl rant. 1KM ItrALINTEKANALLKE. Blue-Grass BluofStlge. 2iiM. Lltbtcotni'trltof Pcen- ery ivtnng capacity, mcmning gtiiery, too. llettootble ralea to good attraction. Addreee aa alote. 9tfr FffEg THE HEALTH IS .rn?:,MAdVer."!r, MILWAUKEE, JOUfiNAL, WM. 18B3. farm For Salo! tk. Tho Gincinati News! A fPlain English! IirilE nut EXPRESBEDl 5j ou rm ciicvui mil i hit rrltalflr, hit farm of VI Atr-- a land, with a lafgabrlfk and framt rrald.nn, combined, or ten room,, within a new xtanford A lYeebenl!!e mlloofth It publlthed to lubicrlbtra at Ik following Ntw orchard, frrth and medical water In abunIncluding a neat llA.'tU2H orHUII-CUITIO- Nl dance ImproTrmrnU nnt-claatenant houa. Is iraaa, 304 acre, and balance tillable. Timber abundant. nr naiuroTTioK rain' Church and nrhool-hou- ta 17 00 near by, and lh neighborhood unexcelled. Dally and Hnndty on year 4 On It la oot often that such a dealrat I farm la lor aale. Dally and Cundty edition, tlx month . 2 00 Till perfect Addrcai me at Stanford, Kj.or Itllr and Sunday edition, three raontht call oa ma at the firm. All tubtcrlptloot lararlably la a.lttnc. MRS. NARA1I COOK. An extra copy of Ike paper will b mailed free for on Tear to anr rerun who will ralte a club ol ten annual tubtcilber at on pott office, and for auame, ?r'T.ec,.7!54i.M ward tnetr nameaanu CAHItltU togttner wna t.u bY Dallr and Dundtr edition. 13 ceslt per week, or Bairding seuol U ctott per month, parable to carrier. I o(! r lor Mia, oftKcllrntblua-sraa- a DAILY Domooratio Nowfjpapor! K...-- A JaneStlh. Ital ... 1 !.- -, n.W.ftf ilanlkl H A lh. dtrOTtedaedth.rcomibl.lr en red me. laaheiileea Mtlaelaei 1 be week Irvrn the time t tommnrm to .Imp well aad I eontleaed loaMall tbehaa vllb lrApfoeei.nt .nd eiere thai lime t)et. Ireli w I of rnlnl lite a flrHlrata Ih.lImlr bop tb.t m.ar fet yon hare a tpecifle eol the tiit!rr. will -t and nerreut wetka- ItMpeetfallr le-i- r. l.f tbeterae. P H Yelllnl pablLh mf earn help.rMfttrltJt' la rv max ! eefe 1 1 m en I I wilt aa.wel there. To evory younir, lul am) ana or old mn troubled with nervor or phytloal debility or lmpoteno) realed circular la nt freo. ben t full addn aeon iioatal card to HARRIS RCM .Of CO. Lout. Mo. W want rourrit irv-- a. Yuu bted eur remedy. Send and be coo.Tii.oi-- d of thuk it. MOODY'SI . .. fwocenla DJUnNO, and ail the flKISUUU) PACTS ot Dallr .. Huoday tdoubl llitj Thlr o nt Agent, carrlert, nteetetlen, ntwttota or any DRESSMAKING! MBindllBCTHK MIV3. arenoulredtoaelllbe . -- aifSE? if Desired. AcUre: D.W.U.0OB7&CO. 51 rune ui edition .... .. oiiiuft-- i ,v a TUTT'S -gI XpleTOBAHT Position Guaranteed paper In conformity with th A UIR Kit Ad-drabort rale H, Clnclontll.O. LADIES! KOAKOEU ont ol the IIEK fltlI whlUlrarnlnf. ' CINCINNATI, Wt Ninth St. THE WEEKLY Will be liaiied by the NEWS! Co. tMOipoaod at lltib.1 kud Muedagtnoua lh tubtlanc ofthe Liunut, expectorate Hi actttl matter tuatcvll-ettl- .i the Uiotxhiat iulet, and forma oolhliig coatlnift wbl Ii relict th IrIt rleanee ritation that hum the cough. attengthena IhalititRt orall liuliurltlea, theiniTliett enfeeblel try dlteaae,intlgor OUIO. Cincinnati News Fnbliihins; atet lire eir. ula.ion of tb nerrou lytMn. Nllglit cod-liv- it-n- are ThoutandaofiraTr It It a Democratic: taper. iletMrd to IMItlrt. annually robbed of their Newt, Markett, Agriculture and I. teralurr, and Icllmi, lift prolonged, will lie edited with the flow of making It dealr. happlnrnand health anally Ncwtpaptr bj um of the great able new candidate for public fator, Tb WeekAt ly Newa will cater to lb requirement ol It lead GERMAN era. 11 will thwroilahlr dUcuaa all lit quewtlo attention to Which potltlrelr and permanently cure Initio-trnr- v, ofthe diy It lll git partlcalar rare win i (earned bj ixreaaeacf an kind,) Arnil-ti- nt th garnering oi inentwa rjirciai taken In compiling the Tarlout inirtet rewnt. dlaea-eUeattntsm, and allloaa a thai follow a thelnlerrttoi Ihefarmer.a good I ipac will In be aequenc of a of encrgr, kaaot nd memoir, ualTeraal laaltude, pain In the back, derotrd to agriculture, tlrceral lllrialur dlmneaa of rlalon, prematura old age, and tnanr tarlout matteia tiled for the Ittnllt ilrrle will r, comprit an Important depattm.nl ol lb other dlwaae that lead to rontumptlon and a and It will be thenurpoeeo the mtntgrmrnt taeo grate, arsend for clrculara with free bj mall. The J. ViUOItATIHt edit tnd pnbllth the 1 he Weekly Newt it uiconila aold at f I per box, or all luxe for ti, br aU tuena it 10 anu maae it t wricoiue tituor in trtr j drugglita, orwlll be aent free br mall, aecurelj houte old. The Meekly New It line quarto, coolilnb g aeaied, on receipt if price, br addrwilng prlnttd ou a i7. ciiiTnky, a An article olcalendtred ptper. 113 Adamaatrret, Toledo, Ohio. iRorucrto rracn an tiaatea,!! win ueaoiaaiine 191-- 1 jr) Sole agent for the United MUtee. ROBBED IN VIG0RAT0R! rolilaofleii end In roniiinintloii. It lutatigeroualo nenlet Ihem. .ipplyllie remedy promptly. A tettof twentT yrwr trarrante tb aaerrtlon that lio remedy hat cr treen funndt hat leaa pro.mit i itiffeci. tTUTT'S IXPECTORAHT. AaliiRleilnte raltee th phlegm, aubdue lafl.minatlcn.and lit iieteedJreureatberaot pbttlnaMmurli. A pleaaant eordlal, chilFor dren take It readily.Kt In Croup K t itaralttahle arvl hoall l ttery family. Molllea. In a.V.and blood, and I recta th TUTT'S PILLS w j. Hick Headache, ACT DIRECTLY OW THC LlVtrT. lure I hllla rami I ever, Ityapepala,u, llllloua Colic, Contllpa-llo- following low Afflicted, Attention DR. GANN'S REMEDIES FOR THE MILLION. I A .. . A tingle rcpy, one year..... tlut of ten ceplea, malted lo one poaloSIre, well-know- dray-horse- -- "I And larger dale at thtnteof 75 ceoli per copy per annum MANUFACTURED I1V W. K. OANN, M O., And In addition. ThWekly Ntwt will U ma rwn who will ratte free for one year to any MONTICELLO. KY. alubot twenty or more annual autecr bert at on and ruatofSce, and forward Ibtlr ntm. ddrea The world la filled with the wonderful, beauti wlih tbcrtqultlta amount of nwnty, atperat.it and Intricate inrtntloni ol man, jet all the table of run. ful combined talent and genlua th.t the world hat er-- er known baa Defer produced anything that can compare with 'Dr. (lann'a Remedlea." Medical la nEcogiranjEO by PiiYEiaArp. kill and aclenco hate, aa tat. failed to dlarorer any thing ual to them, for tb cur of tb dit ! ana A Oaarrfi of tho Kaaal Catltr-Chron- ro ch ther are recommended. their Ulcorntlrof Cntarrti of thn car, Co or tlrtue and naea are nralard br thouaanda through Will l among thoa who obtain and dlttrlbutrt Throat. It la taken INTURNALLV, and out the length and breadth of lb land, and aa Newt tho acta DiaCTLY upon tha Blood ond oianaaru ramur xeuicinea, mcy cannoi ne, ex- tend to The Weekly from any o en largett clubt of e Ma by the lit hlucnua Surface of th Srttm. It celled, an i are fully aubttantlated by In itrong-e- at full rate tubecrlhera 1 day ol July, IIU. Lach tubtiilptlon In tbeew tho Heat Dlood PuMflor In the teatlmonlala. WO.;LD, nnd I worth ALL thnt I cluUwIII be For Cought, ColJi, Croup, Drooehltia, Conaump- charred for It, for THAT alono. -ONE DOLIiAR PEB YEAR. lion ana ail iiteaacaa oi in mroai ana .uDgi, T7T30 CURE FOR CATARRH For Largeat Club f 100 In gold OKLY Use Dr. Ganii'H Cough Nyrnp. . .... 2.0 " !d W-I- X THE Sf AllKirTflJ 8d . luo " " Complaint. Driwtola. I ndlieitlon, Jaun For Liter And ore offer One Hundred Dollar tor any -- . 90 ... llh " dice, Conilljiatlon, Sour btonuch and all llllloua .M Oio of Cnttrrh It will not Curt. . " Slh ' uueaaaa, 70 ' " 8th MILL CLUU ANV CAril-- fri " 7ih " OOce of A. T firxwinr Co."l tlHiin'M Hue Cure. " llh 60 .. Cntcaoo, 111 , Juno 4, ltMJ. I .... - SO " . . lh Co.. XWofo. O. Vetera. F J Cheney Bpralni, Brutae and " 10th ' For Rheumallam, Neuralgia, 20 " .. . In Infortnlo'- - you I Ukn rlee-auUenllrmrn Swelling an external application for man or " tlutt I bate uk1 Hill Catarrh Cum. It baa oeaai 11,000 ... -.. Total. rurextme- - Ire&aTrry bad and don't beellateto YJfto Dr. Gaun'ri Parlle working lor tho ehor picmluma mutt aay 'hat ltwul cure anycaae of Catarrh If ttlum Your tnilr, Intarlably tend one dollar with each nam r port- properly. For rilea, Llrmorrbolde, Burnt, Flalula and all ed, and they ahould glre name with P U. J, U. Wuttiiuobo. and aend money aa fiat at Iht tubaerlber aimuar aiteaaea, trOPTH 810 A IlOTTLi:. are obtained K. Mckiut, Jarbaen, Ulrh., write Hate had tent by mill at of Cho Dr. Gbuh'h Ointment. thrjraall amountrlix. money may beottr Ii muit be "atarrh f or SO y ear. Haifa00 Catarrhla.Cure cured Cumpauy'a but amount me. Oontidrrlt worth 1 0. a hot t by ord r For Freeh Cute, Burnt, Ulcer and Old Bore, t B1old by tnl by puitoffir mooytpcclmcncheck orand regit 'anufartiired all Dronr'at atJ 58 eta. per bottle, ropy then cered letter. Mend for and nM by CUNi' & CO. aubecrlb for lt. AddrtM im lTvnrletora, TOIXDO, OUIO. Blttcr-Swc- et Cue Dr. Gann'H THE WfctKLY NEWS. 204 and 208 liar tlreet, Cincinnati, Ohio. OlutBicnt. For aale In Btasford by Penny A McAllaUr. A club 17 00 ..... otllce, one jear A club of thirty coplet, mailed to on pctl- . .. ... .. . v VIUiivh. A club of forty eoplte, milled to on pott- 80 00 . offlr. one year Of HVJISUlll I'TiOXl 1100 ..on u.l- - 0O one year ...... of twenty coplet, mailed to JZATKH and the Heart, lllltliieia, Torpid I'euiala Irrrgularltle. 1 1 you do not "ft! eery welt," a tin iepfll.lUlm alimnlateeth ie,tmpartiotfotb tomr ee.'rvrettbapr tT.'er l'rlee.ale. 3.1 Vlirrey M .JV.T. ""W'ite roa Tun's makual rREc-- ltheumaUam,rilet, ralpllaUaaot inn HALL'S atarrhQh mim PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS $1,000 IIV OOIil . ...... ... . - Dr. Llrcr Lluliiicut. Pile r CHoDnGaiin'aNtomHch Bittern A Reliable Tonfe. Annetlur and Blood Purifier. and alto cure IJiuepala, Iodlgeatlon, Lifer Complaint, Malarial Ferer and all periodical DlBeatea. Manufacture ana lor eel ny hio-tcnt- must-emu- Sol proprietor, Montlcello, Ky. eeTAII order M-- tt by null will recelr piompt attention. W. IC. IM:. D-- , ffjJfiPM After n thoromrh trial of tha IRON TONIC, I take pleasure in ataimtr mat x navo Doea greatly Deneutea ny in ue. mlnlatera and Iab lio Speakers will Oxta lt of the greatest value) where a Tonlo Is necessary. I recommend lt as a reliable remedial agent, possessing undoubted nutritive and re'toratlve properties. ..MTiu, At., Z, I4S3. ui tow-clot- h, KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R. BT ILQDD a falatabl farm, for DeMUtv, Imb of tital J'otrwr it BEV. "PURIFIES 'Industry, J. I TO WKES, I1L, says- :loonaMarlt a most excellent remedy tat the debilitated vital forces. .1 rotnUrtaf fen ef vf Iron, J'rrttrian Hark aeuf Vhotpkanu m JV-fAr- tif rc THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO good-natured- ly And decidedly th Popular Route, iffordlog, aa It doc, let chaugea and auperlor accommodation to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, East-Chest- er - .rrrTrafMmmTnaTmw ((, mmnn m dr. iiarteh medicine co cur. tux cr., or. una. -- bath-hous- 1 The North, Northweat and Weat. In fact. If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your Interrtt will La LeataervMi br Durchaalne: Tour ticket via KL, C and Cincinnati. J Train each way 2; Pull man i'alacw i art; urgent new vtj uiacne, ana handaouuly furnltbed llecllnlng Chair Car form tba unequaled equipment or thl Old ltellabl, thereby making a trip ot er thl Un on ol luiu-rlo- ut comfort and pleaaur. Try it. TIME TABLE. IN EKFEOT DEC. 31, Bout it. Lte. Corlngton.. No.X. S2. -- THE- INTERIOR aaiaiallHaBv f( JOURNAL "'KJEMsSTK WflET?UV aW 8VILbBBBBBB'V m No. a. I No.f. ti-- 2 80 p 4 10 n 8Wu " Parle.- - . . 11 SO a m 6 13 p p Arr. Lexington.. 11 15 p to e Lexington .... 1 23 p m T 80 p p Arr. Wlnchttter... 1 31 p in a 30 p 00 Ml. Sterling " " Falmouth- -. Cjnlnlana , 10 60 KOlu am 8 00 am L. Lt. " " " Albland Uuntlngton. suiuo 7 Jl IT D m 8 00pm m 018pm in lUbspni m 10 to tint m 11 20 put ni It 28 pin in UlOani ni 123 am 8 0 pm Noam. No.. No. I. S 80 8Sam No. 6. y, Huntington- -. 6 80 a to AthlanJ.. ... 7 IS a in Mt. Sterling. II 88 a in 11 12 21 p in Wlnchttter 1 10 p iu Arr. Lexington . 2 10 p ni Lexington.. Lt. I'arlt. .. 3 00 p in " rynthlana..,,. ' Falmouth- .Arr. CoTlngton. ... No. No. No. No. a u 8 53 pui a bj 4Uatu 4 43 It a ni 82pui C 13 p m 11 55 a in pin MAYaVILLE DIVISION Lr. Laxlngiou f pin. Arr Mtjttlll lOpin 10 MiTttllle 8 00 am. ' Lexington 23am " Mayttlll 8 4.1am II " Parle 20 a in. 12 " Mayttlll 12 40jm. " Lexington 8 83jm lilpn pm 7 43 8 83 9 12 10 ilOtn 7 00 a u am m 818pm t3 high-colore- d g It No, 8 runt dally and hat dy cotchi from Cincinnati to M eiblugtvn, Pullman Hleepcra to Kanawha Falla. W Va and Ittcllnlrg Chair Car to Lex Ington UIom only at ttatlon on K. C. It. It. where time la glten. No. 2 run dally, except Hundtyt ha through coacbetto Hun Ington. No. 4 run utllj, except UunJajrj baa through coach to Mt. Kittling and parlor tar to Martmle. No. t runt dally) haa elegant day coach from Waahlng-toPullman nlerimr from Kanawha Fall and parlor car from Lrxlng on to Cincinnati. Ooly three Hop. No. 1 and 8 tun dallr. except Hun- day and bar through roache from Huntington ana mi mcriinx uireci connection at Mxiagum with ttagre for ulcbmond,Ky.,Lawrenceburg,Ky., and Ywaalllee, Ky. L. BROWN, O. W, BENDER, bupeilotendtnL Oto'l Pau. A Tit. Aft. Ueoeral office, OuTUgtoo, Ky, -- STEjjaLlVt- a JOB PRINTING OFFICK Printing to do Best in the Is Prepared all kinds of of Style and at City Figures. Try us,