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Semi-weekly interior journal: March 30, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883033001_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: March 30, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- rf X.-NUMBER SUm meekln 510. Sowing Oratt on Winttr Grain. Wefiif Imtftuu. 30, 1883. DARBYS VOLUME jScmt-Mcthl- STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH Reclaimed Him. COL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 13-1- . i! $nlcrior$oiiri,;il . Editor and Proprietor JONES. W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, . Butinet Manager I'llbltatirtt Ttirmtiiym amt JYrfffa aa.no aT;PI ijait annum. don't send stamps In payment of to mV change, an! then of ile nominations W etrrtbree rents. Tram.Starter. A noir inacliino, opcrntcd by clock r'a work, ii to bo placed in tho A Mechanical trnln-startc- lower at tho Grand Central Station, which is designee) to do nuto mntically what is now ilono by men The employed as of brass, copper, aud steel, occupies but littlo space, it being lets than 2 ft. in cither length, breadth, or height. Tho mcchaniim consiats uf three upright cylinders of brats, in which aro punctured a series oi holes, each representing ono of tho 1,4 10 minutes in tho day. Uy tho side ot theso aro tlirco sniallcr pillars, on which aro fixed spirally pins rcpro tenting the 2 1 hours of tho day. The three pairs of pillars m they stand in tho caso represent respectively the threo road. Ming tho Giand Central Station, tho Harlem, New York Con tral, and Now York, Now Haven and Ilarffurd. A series of springs aro set so as to bo ojxrated upon by tho two cylinders as they, each in turn, make their revolution in tho 24 hours of the day. Theso springs connect with electrical appliances. Tho fixed pegs on tho hour column and the movable pegs set into tho rainuto cylinder striking tho arms of tbo spring, set tho necessary bolls ringing in various putts of tho station. At 20 minutes before the leaving time of through trains bells aro rung for tho gates to open. Fifteen later they ring a warning "all aboard" in tho passenger rooms, and in the baggago rooms notify tho bag gsgo-masto have all his baggago on board tho train. At ono minute before leaving time they ring to cloto the doors leading to tho station, and they ring a minuto later to start the train. All this is douo automatically by this iugeniouj contrivanco of clockwork and mechanism, and without tho possibility of a mistake, unless the clock-wo- rk or electrical machinery clogs or breaks. Tho machinery ad justs itself onco in seven days to the fewer train that run on Sundays and then readjuita itsolf for Monday's increased travel. All this signaling is a)W douo by hind, tho bells being ls. It is rung by a system of clalraol that greater accuracy can be obiaiued by the uso of this contrivanco and much labar saved. lu capabilities will bo fully and severely tested in tho trial which it will at onco receive at tho station. There aro now 103 trains arriving at and leaving tho station each day iu tho week, oicept Sundays, when tho number is but 18. During the summer tho arrivals and departures on week days are increased N. Y. Times. by about 40 trams. trnin-etnrlerruin-.utetcr bell-pul- In vVow of tho opproaching coronation of tho Czw, tho court jnwolcrs of St. Petersburg are now buy cleaning and repairing tho insignia of the crown, tho value of which is estimated nt $0,500,000. Tho crown itself, valued ut 6000,000, is adorned with magnificent diamonds, 54 enormous pearls without a flaw, nud a ruby of extraordinary size; it is of exquisite e workmauship. It was made by Genoveso jewelerj and was firi( used at the coronation of Catherine tho Great. The sceptre, which was made for the coronation of Paul tipped with tho famous Orlofl diamond; which, liko the Ivoh-- i uoor, camp from tho treasury of tho Grand Mogul. It remained for centuries in h rough stato, and, passlug through Various hands, it was at length for a paltry sum by au Armed-kof (bo namo Ot Lagorew, who had it cut in Amsterdam, whero Alexis OrloU bought it for 400,000 roubles, in order to preseut it to tho Empress CatKerine. Tho Orloff is eight carats heavier than the Kor-i-uol'au-zie,'lh- I.il pur-cbaio- jl or. tho littlo town of Graysou lait Sunday, organ was fired out of tho CbMetiartj, church and Sunduy school because certain members bad contci' eutious scruploi against its uso. It bad beeu used in the church for some time, aud its presence occasioned con- At ii siderable disagreement among the members. After the organ was fired Bomo of tho members refused to slug, saying it was ouly tho couutry members who had objected. An organ iied contest is bow ia full blast. "Oh, Walter, I havo reclaimed Simple Cure for Cold feet. you," and she throw her arms around Tho following remedy for cold feet his neck. They wcro married. Ar The eminent Thy. is recommended by tho Freeman's alelnn.J.MAUIUK IScarlotPovorl MMH, 31. !., New kautaw Traveler. York, says "I am Journal for sedentary sufferers, as well Queer Somnambulism. convinced Prof Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is a aa policemen, car drivers, and others A collector dropped into a saloon valuable disinfectant who aro exposed to tho cold: All that Having bought out S. H. Bnugliniai., wo will keep Vanderbllt University, NaalivlIIe, Tenn. keeper's placo of business and inquir I testify to the most is'nccessary is to stand erect and very Darbys Prophylactic excellent qualities of Prof. on hand a nice lot of Horses and liuggies, which wo ed for a man who used to board there, Fluid. As a disinfectant and detergent it is both theoretically and practically lift one's self up upon reasonable rates. Will also hoard llorses will tho saloon man running a kind ot gradually to superior to anr preparation with which I am acquainted. N. T Ltrro-- , Prof. Chemistry. the tips of the toes, so as to put all by tho day or week. We aro also iu cheap boarding house in connection Darbyt Flnld la Itecumruended by the tendons of the foot at full strain. Hon. Alixahdm H. Suniln, of Georgia; with bis bar. Rev. Chas. F. This is not to hop or jump up and Strangers, N. Y.; Dts, D.D., Church of the "O, dot veller, he haf been Jos. LtCoHTi, Columbia. Prof.,TJnlversity,S.C slower Subletting. Kev. A. J. IlATTta, Prof .Mercer University; And will swap for all kinds of Feed, Hope to receive a from my bouse. He dond pay down, but simply to rise tbo Kev. Geo. F. Pllac. Bishop M. E. Church. This is most valuablo in soils which tho better upon tiptoo, and to ro TO KVEKY 1IOJIK. mo board any more." liberal share of the patronage of the publio in general. Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or have a hard crust or impervious stratmain standing on the point of the toes eitemally for Man or lleasu "What was tho matter?" inquired The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we um of earth soveral inchoi down, as long as possible, then gradually WUWJVEM.EY, A. Respectfully, have abundant evidence that It has done everything tho collector. formed by tho frequent patsago of tho cominc to tho natural position. Re- - here claimed. For fuller Information get of your Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietor!, "He vas, vat you gall him, n team and plow in common plowing; or and by tho J. II. ZEILIX CO., von who valks mit his peat this several times, PHILADELPHIA. when tho earth is too hard for roots to amount of work tho tips of the toes Man.itcturing Chemists. J" sleep." penetrate freely below tho ordinary are made to do in sustaining tbo "Asleep-walkeeh? Did ho disdepth of working. Another importbody's weight, a sufficient and lively turb your family much?" AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ant benefit is in making a deep bed of circulation is set up. A heavy pair "O, no, I gant say dot. I dond We will now pay special attention to loose earth to receive and retain tho over thin woolen stockings drawn think he disturb anybuddv ef ho could of water of rains when in excess, and ones is also a recommendation WCD8TOM OU1NDING.T hellup it. He void greop down sthairs cotton give it oil again when most wanted in for keeping the feet warm, and at tho We rromlse to give satisfaction, and when desired will give Patent Flour for Wheat. Can make und open dot pack door to tho zaloon time of drought. Loose or gravelly their becoming either bolted or unbolted meal. uud trink as mooch as a bint ot visky same time preventing 110.TfcALINTEK ftNALLEE. soils, down to a depth of a foot or tender and sore. mit a dead hourof do night pefore he A.MtiIi ISlock, two, are not benefited by the operaElements op a True Marriage. woko up, und den he vould doll mo it No Chance fou Tricks in the tion. If the common plow goes down There aro threo elements that com-bin- Puutt. The law is not the only pro vas chronic zouatnpulism, zo I had to soveu or eight iuches, tho subsoil plow to mako atruo marriage: Health, fession that is overcrowded. Medicine lot him go. I vas uvraid some of de Desire to rail attention to the Largs ami ConiprebenslT should loosen tho earth in tbo bottom Stock of love and sympathetic companionship. is equally disgraced. disodder boarders might contract de Its rankB are GrocerlcH, of tho furrow soven or eight inches I'rovlnlonH, ConiccUoiicrluH, Tobacco, Cigar, No man or woman physically weak filled with quacks. For every honest, ease." Chicago Cheek. But it tbo soil is deepened by more. should marry and thus entail suffer- learned physician there are half a Which be keep alsrays on hand. Make a specially ol Handling Good at Wholesale en Small Profit,. Debt and Lawyers. it only a tew inches more, an importon others. Lovo does not mean dozen dishonest and ignorant ones. Good delliered wltkln town limit free of charge. I hato lawyers; they do more mis ing ant benefit if often derived from tho passion; it is based on understanding. operation, bubsoiling only loosens chief than their heads are worth; tboy Men and women should know each They do not mako so much money, tho earth and does not throw it up to causo disorder, demoralize every form other behind the curtain, as it were, perhaps, as the legal shysters, but they are a more dangerous class, as the Surface, differing entirely in this of equality and are' the chief obstacles u before marriage. Unhappy lives they have the lives of their patients respect from deep or trouch'plowing, to good government. It A lets B result from imperfect knowledge in their hands, and it is no matter to havo his property without payment, I which throws tho subsoil to the surbefore marriage of the characteristics them whether they are sacrificed or face, and if it is of a sterilo charac- do uot seo why C, D, E, F and all tho -of tho partner iu the contract. Lovo not, provided they get their fees. The IEALEItS 1N- makes the land less productive at rest of tho alphabet should bo called ter Nn makes sacrifices: passion never. is too full, but it is least for n time. Subsoiling, howev- upou as ii polico force to got it back. husband or wife has ever known true clerical profession er, enables the common plow to ruu No such thing should be attempted happiness until after the birth of a not overcrowded, for ignorance in the gradually deeper, throwing up a by law. It is the most monstrous in- chiid. Men and women on the plane pulpit involves certain poverty and thero are no tricks and technical quibsmall portion of tho lower soil at a novation upon man's honor and integ- of marriage stand equals. There clergytimo and gradually intermixing it. rity that was ever forced into the should be sympathetic companionship bles by which a poor, ignorant man can ever hope to enrich himself. the world. Let a man Thus treated, soils havo been gradual commerce of in the sense that an irreligious person Chicago Tribune. lj deepeued, and not infrequently trut another at his own risk. Even should not marry one who is religious the gambler pays his debts contracted havo doubled tho crop of such roots us Here is something for people who He is not ly inclined, or an unintellectual person patronize the baker instead of making carrots, potatoes, Ac. Subsoiled land at tho gaming table. who is of opposite taste. There one obliged to pay, but be considers them flour must bo kept well underdrained. be sympathy and fellowship their own bread. A barrel of debts of honor. Abolish all laws for should Hames, costing 86 50 will make about 180 A Yunt'tum Story from tho French. between husband and wifo in all the tho collection of debts, and thus abolloaves of broad; cost of making the long nights of fever and Through ot life. - Rev. Chas. H. Ca ish tho whole crodit system: this is pursuits loaves, $3; whole cost $9 50 At 10 Salt, Limo, Cement, Field Seods. Plows and Farming days of weary restlessness Niuon ton. safe, true basis; that would the only Implements. Call and see the genuine Hamilton Plow. loaf, that barrel of flour will watched by her lover's side. Strength A eore neck is often caused by an cents a abolish inojt lawyers, and all pf the bring 818.60. This may not be exreturns to the cripple's body, but tho ot pawnbrokers' trade which now con- ill fitting collar or by the weight sorrowful eyes already wear that helpThe sore actly correct, but it is not very far au ill made wagon-tongutrols tho commerce of America. less, vacant expression peculiar"to the must be healed as the first part of the wrong. Horace Greeley. blilid, and tho strong right arm is The Auditor of Virciuia, deter remedy, and tho collar should be proIt has loug been a question us to vided with cushions on the sides near mined to collect taxes duo the Statu by represented ouly by an empty sleeve. Ho is not forbidden to speak now, whero the feminiuo members ot the the top to relive ,tho pressure. Tho railroad companies, has inaugurated a and ono day, as he hears Ninon's royal family secure their hosiery at parts should bo dressed with solution system of seizing their trains, which footsteps by his bedside and tho soft a point abovo or below the "articula of sulphate of cupper and protected brings the money or indemnifying rustlo of her dress as she bonds over tion" which joins the thigh and leg by a pad.-- N. bonds. Wheu the Auditor has stopY. Times. bones. Owing to tho receut distresshim, ho says : ped a few trains bearing United States BAFE AND DURABLE I A Pittsburg girl, who had refused "You are always with me, Niuon, ing accident to her Britannia Majesty mail, be will find that Uucle Sam is a g In (set, tber U no Enjla that equal It for I'rlce. Bloipllclljr. Uiuablllli' an! Reliable Work. It Ii telegraph repair man and"Empress of India, it has been de- a aro you not ? or do I dream it?" jDlt Tim ENGINE to Drift bigcor man than even a Virginia Re- veloped that sho ties hers bfrlow the threo times within six months, gave as adjuster State official. O.-I am always with you, Arraand." knee. This may be taken as official, a reason that he was too much of a "What brings you hero?" he roamed from pole ' A paper watch has been exhibited as it is directly from tho Knight of wanderer; that "Because I lovo you, dear." CORN SHELLERS, PRINTING PRESSES to pole, from one climb to another, by a Dresden watchmaker. The pa"Love me? but I am a cripplo the Garten 'BBBBStBII and if ho did corns home, he'd bo in- - per is prepared in such a manner that and blind." Forcigu fun: "What is a cousin ?" sulato that the neighbors would be the watch is said to be as serviceable "Yes, Artnaud, your eyes and your asked ono schoolboy of another. "A Pittsburg Telegraph. as those in ordiuary use. euro to talk. right arm you havo given to France. cousin? Well, a triile less dear thau Feed.MillN, GiiiN, Will you give tho rest to me?" Taste for labels is made by soaking a brother," was the reply, "And a How to Treat a Rusty Plow. "Ninon!" aud the left arm, tho only female cousin?" Pour a half pint of sulphurio acid glue in strong viuegar, then heating An i a tetania Xrc.s.seNt UlillH, one be has, draws her quickly and sin I A hundred dearer thau a slowly iuto a quart of water. Wash it to boiling aud adding flour. '"wsmkkW'mimB passionately to his side. Her. soft sister." the iron with it and whon it has KaBBsHwdslsC &e. i jraaaaaaaaaanaaaaaaaaz Plies i piles Plies i breath plays against his cheek, and wash again. Theu wash with It takes but 13 minutes to lead au Xlc. Uemlitu'it Ae" Vluroreru for as his lips meet hers, she whispers, olephant on a train, while it takes 30 water, apply more acid, and rub the I'llrm is a radical cbaog from lb old leinedle I lovo you." "Arraand, my prince, OHiee huh nee oho oT tho ilvHlrnble for any sort of woman to kiss her worst spots wun a unci, riuau beretofor In us. Tbe DlKOttrr I lb result of Call Ht Tke Interior Jem-na- l years of pa llent'cttntlllc study and lamllntlou wash thoroughly with water, ru EHKlHet Iu oHerHtlou. lteaaeaibcr every EhkIho and lose the check prepara friends good-b- ye disease. To con. Au excellent dry, apply kerosene and store away. Into In character of tbl painful on Hati ourKUHrHHleo. Head It: fenny S. tinea you ol III (real merit, call Homo Seutinel, tion is composed of oleate of soda and for her trunk. We say to all purchasers tbat we fusrenteeour Uookwalter Eo(lneto b well and substantially Blanford, or W. M. Wtker, Ut. Vernon, made; lob sale. sliuple. dursble and couplet In construction, to work wetland rtj tbo full power Thousands are being cured of Catarrh glycerine, and from it bubbles two We make lb aboie guarantee, and sell en I be fellow. claimed wben properly attacheJ and uiana- I and get a uuipl box free ol bars,. W. II. Clark, Louisville, Ky., says: everr day Ural Curr, that arrltalof w fcnglu to Kl II In. conditions, ela: will (li lb purcbawr th falls 90 com after lb guarantee.. tbe will take back Ike Jar with Hall' Catarrh laid could Louis S. Witti.of Damlll. Ind., ftttt iu diameter aud of exceeding np to our lo Islr and satisfactory trislj lu cue tbe Engine ol "I have suffered from dyspepsia and the doctor had rItco up and provided tbe punbaaer returns tbe Engine to his on tbe Engine, Englo, relund Try dollar brillianor can bo blown. Some of country, uy h tra alien up by bli neareai railroad station, and recalled subject to our order by tbe clo ol said SO nays' trill. lea tee It bavo tried Brown's Iron Bitters. I not b cured. 75 cenU a bottle. Sold by llsndrlcks family physician to dl wltb consumption, but Certainly no man could a k for a mor liberal otter aud conlrao t, hours theso bavo been kept forty-eigh- t & McAlitter, Stanford, Ky. PenD Urown'i Kapeclorant cured blm. For sale by I'en. am once moro myself." LOOK AT OUR PRICES: uuder glass. till) 00 Power Engine and Boiler-- .. V. J, Chtney & Co., proprietor Hall' oy i, Mcalliter, Stanford, and W. M. Weber, Ut . 20 00 foww Englo and Bolter.. Vernon. Illinois has 1,785 lunatics in tho , Geo. livers, Louisville, says: "I SUM Power r.niilue) and Boiler-.- .. Catarrh Cure, oiler $100 reward for any . 40 00 the coun caae of Catarrh tbat can't b cured with ejj.llors Power Edgtn and Boiler.. Dr. T. It. Uucker.ot ArllDjtoo, Ind., says tbat sullen d with dyspepsia aud other ills four State asylums, 1,232 in Delivered, on car at Bprtngaeld, Oblo. Brown's Expectorant li lb most vtluabl remedy aud lirowu's Iron Bitters gave me almshouses and 1,817 under private Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bold by Fenuy A for consumption extant. For sal by IVauy i, lie. For furtbu Information and deacrlptlre pamphlet, iddrea lb mauufacturiri, fc CO., NarlHgaieltJ, Okie. f JAMB IUFJbM-Ky. MoAUtUr, Stanford, Atiiter, blanford, ami W. M. Weber, Nt. Vernon. permanent relief." tmtaiwt. Tho best method of towing grata seed on winter grains is to wait until tho ground has settled in tho early spring, and then sow tho seed broad cast ond follow with n harrow. Any harrow will answer tho purpose Many persons uto a Thomas smoothing harrow ono witii tho points of tho teeth turned backward. This harrowing will not only cover the grass seed, and causo it to grow promptly, with no loss, but nt tho sarao timo it will break tho crust on thosurfaco and mellow tho earth, which will bo a very great advantago to tho crop of win tcr grain. Many farmers shako their heads when this idea is advanced, but if they would try it they would bo satisfied that it is always au advantago to tho winter grain, and secures a good seeding. Thoso aro not all tho advantages to bo gained by a spring harrowing of winter grain. Tho surface being mado light and friable, tho grain will throw out now roots and tiller more. Less grass seed will bo required in seeding, as it will bo better covered and henco not so much lost on thi account. Tho seed should always bo well covered, as tho plants will do tatter when a dry timo comes on. A harrow with tho teeth moderately apart is better than ono very cicely set together. In any case, the furrow should tako hold of the ground and stir and cut the surface thoroughly. This is what is wanted to give freshness to the surface and loosmi it up for tho roots of tho grain to spread out and tiller, and to send up moro hoads, which it will surely do. Country Gentleman. Miss Bumbler to tho The Breckinridge Newt' Idea ef Him. ardent suitor who kneeled nt her feet, Tho day has gouo by when men' "I can not marry you. For somo should bo given positions simply timo I havo smcllcd whisky on your they banker after it. Kentucbreath. I can never marry a man ky has reachod that pass when sho who drinks, for I am tho sccrotary of can no longer afford to blindfold herTho self and draw a governor from a hat a temperance organization." young man raised his eyes in nn ago- as sho would draw a lot. Sho has tho ny of matrimonial despair and sol- right to demand and sho will demand, emnly hiccoughed: clear and unequivocal declarations of "Then you do not lovo me, ho policy from those who seek her chief said. magistracy. Sbo owes no man an of"Oh, do not tear my heart. I do fice If Mr. Jones or Mr. Anybody lovo you with condensed affection, but olse, tees causo to canvass her for poyou aro a drunkard and I can not sition, sho not only expects him to pay marry you this evening. his own expenses, but to bear with "Mclvina, you want mo to say somo becoming resignation and fortitudo other ovening so you can accuso mo of whatever may befall him in the "wild revamping an old gag." hunt." Mr. Jones, personally, is a "You lacerate mo. It is tho gagHo clever, inoflensivo gentleman. ging that I want you to stop. My does not possess the remarkable men decision is final. I can not marry you tal gifts of Jeflerson nor tho magical unless you reform, Promiso mo that Ho is eloquence of Patrick Henry. you will swear off." simply educated mediocrity run mad "I will," exclaimed tho young man, for office. His vanity leads him to arising. imagine that those whodon't fall down "For how long?" and worship him are his personal ene"What is today?" mies. And his tongue sometimes gets "Tuesday." tho better of his judgment, and is per"I will swear oil until Wednes mitted to say things that had better day." been left unsaid. "Walter," said PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A Household Article) for Universal Family fee. For rVartet und Typhoid Fare r a, Eradicates Diphtheria, Ulcerated lalALABIA. Sore Throat, Rmall Measles, and Foi, all Contagion Dltrane. Persons waiting on WALL PAPER! TRIMMED AND READY TO PUT ON, .A.T 1 Ball-atlo- n. lh Sick should m it freely Scarlet Perer has rteeer been known to spread where the fluid was Yellow Ferer has been cured with It nrteir oted black rninlt Imil taken place. The wont cam of Diphtheria yield Is It M'ROBERTS &STAGG'S Druggists and Booksellers, Opora House Block, Stanford, Ky. lTcrrlindKlckrer. none refreshed HMAIX-PO- X Impure and purified. Air mad. harmlete Fo.fUrfTI,rot " " rhafimra and lied Bore prerent- ejl by bathing with Dartnrs Fluid. riTTINH of Small , PREVENTED . . and ?"r!fS: ,,"?",'talkLJ,?i n-- K ..... Conurton destroyed. S'.'lTi.T'ltSt For Voted Feet, R""1' Chilblain. Pllo. .. w,'f'.& 'J" m.icipni.i HoflAVhn Complex- ion tecurea oy ut use. H. C. RUPLEY, MEKCHAAT 0LMIX.OI., 'aSSSftJKSfc il can i d lurpawcu. Catarrh relieved cured. Eryilpela cured. ein-ed- and! I I Diphtheria . m PreVeiltOd. use Darbys Fluid very successfully In the treatment of Di phtherla. A bTOLLiHWUCK, Greensboro, Ala or Vegetable Poisons, Teller dried no. brings, etc 1 used the Fluid during Cholens prevented punficd and our present affliction with Ulrer healed Scarlet Fever with decided advantage It is In ra.es of Death it should be used about Indispensable to the sickthe corpse it will Wm. V Sand. room. prevent any unpleasroD, Eyrie, Ala. ant smell iiurn.reueTeainitantiy. Koara orevented. . jhg phnWani her Draentery WoaDd healed rapidly Scarry cured An Antidote for Animal Stanford, c(5jSi - Kentucky, SITIAIBIIilXSIII. .AJSTD IHIIRlsriESS SBCO. let at d THE OOAL TK,A.IE3 T. 8A5a.5v. r, TO THE PUBLIC Groceries, Provisions, &c, -t H. C. BRIGHT,! St. o STANFORD, --- KY., lc, - of-te- A. OWSLEY & SON, Hardware and Groceries, ware, Queensware, Glass- Wooden and Willowware, Stovos, Orates and Tinware, Full line of Pocket and Table Cutlery, Patent Traces, and Family Flour, OPBBA HOTJSE BLOCK. THE BOOKWALTER SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. good-lookin- J. Wood Suhh, Elevators, Cotton cuu-tim- Corn Hay evap-orate- d Creameries, 1- I-athe- OpPHiWH?j soap-bubbl- e 93-t- ScmMecfilslnltrierl&WMl FrJihy Moraine W. P. WALTON, NOTES -- March 30, 1883 EDITOR Alto Hay what jou may nlwiit tlio north, tho people tliero don't raako a hero ol jiTuiirijifSTt .2 n blocMlr eoducer and aogatsia at t too froatietitlr tho caio hero. Wo liaro Largest Stock of Wntrhr., . seen men conio out of the Court-housClock, Jewelry A Mltcrnare finally acquitted ol a heinous murder titer brought tn I hit market Frlces tower than Iheliwett Watches, Clocks snd Jewelry lie by absolutely wearing tho case out, paired on ahort notice) and Wsrranteat. who should havo looked liavo pcoplo on them with tho loathing that thoy deserved, actually crowd each other for tho honor of getting tho first shako of the hand, which if its owner had his deserts, would bo stiff in death for FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE tnorder In gel control of lbltl sud meit popular line tl Agricultural Implement! and I'lrttuis taking that lifo it could not give. Bo Vehicles, and aim In nnler lo enable in to pur hawlnaurh uuanllllM silo obtain lb larteat distho rising Mr. Barnes and Miss Marie Hear tho count! snd loweel ralrsof freight, I ha, rttaiillthel Winch Wart limine and Agents at llutlonvlll sides a fearful example to ' Lsncnitrr and Ulrhmond, and under I Mi arrangement, w feel aur wt can onec the Farmera Croat Spurgeon, this discustinc business trennration. Many Inducements Over tho Majority of Dealers. serves to create a longing for a still Anil Apaln Visit Westminster Abbey. A Tesas For Sale! t keofion handiat all timet at my several War Itoomea lirgaitock of in tho murder irrenter nchiovement AS U.NCSUALLT ISTKBESTlXl LF.TTEU. business in tho heart of tho roan JLMtAISE TUB XiOllD." thus bcroizcu. It is not so north, we 102 SiiacklewelvLakc, 1 aro glad to say, at least not in Dukes' Dalstos, London, E. O. Mar. 11, '83 j caso at Uniontown, Pa. This fellow, Dear Inleriorl Again Marie and I are sitting up endowed by nature with a handsome and oily tongue and honored by with our tick brother Dr. Stoddard and faco an opportunity is giren to write up the liia tollnw.eitizena to tho position of event of the day. succeeded member of tho Legislature, We went to hear Spurgeon in the mornwith oil these accomplishments in win- ing. A walk of twoequarea brings, usto ning tho heart oi a lovely but too "Kingeland Road," where we take the Alhr trusting girl, who in an evil moment "tram' (ant street car) and go by It to the yielded to his devilish entreaties and city limit, paat which the tram In a forbidpare un her honor. The promise of den luxury. At that point, however, we take alms, which crosses London Bridge marriago remained unfulfilled, and the and lands ua at the "Elephant and Castle," Citizens National Bank. day that would publish to the world one of London's her ihamo drawing nigh, her father, a which la a ahort block from Mr. Spurgeon' gentleman of meansand'respectability, Tabernacle. The but management ia dif ' . jaiyT-gT:"-- I approached tho lecherous scoundrel ferent from ours in this, among other thing, that inatead of driving through for and asked him to save the girl's name, UiikrIvm, CHrrlitRCNprliiK Whroiik, Farm vVhruhm, I,ojr YVngona, one fare, they have halting places and an when he whipped out a revolver and Increase charge for the longer distances of shot him dead. Dukes was arrested and For example, we pay "tupenco" each (4c) tried and a bought jury brought in a from our "Dalston Junction" "to gBBwji' , iPasasasswa, ait where the bus halts for a few minverdict of not guilty. This greatly excited the populace, who in public ute. But If we go on over London Bridge meeting indignantly denounced the to the Elephant and Castle, we pay (Cc) and ao on. As we were about jurors and said all manner of mean tn start from "Shoreditch" this morning we things against them. In the mean beard a shout In the distance, and the contime, Dukes made himself scarco, but ductor said to the drive, "I say Bill, look had the temerity on Tuesday last to go to w'ats cominT' Accordingly we joined the the scene of his seduction and murder, driver in looking and saw coming down a The General Assembly had already aide street a fat old gentleman with the funniest waddle imaginable, pulling and declared his seat vacant, and a band blowing to make the connection. The ofof the best citizens of Uniontown met ficials obligingly waited and he landed at fUllrosd Carta, He. per., Mowen, Hay tUkee, drain Drill. Itmdca.taee.lrrt, him, informed him of the resolutions last on the cushioned seat quite spent lit Hulks? Harrowa, loll.r Tlawa, Walking snd Hiding Culllrslora, Corn Drills, Corn I'laairra. lee--t Cuttera Cvcn Shelter., 1'srm-era' they had adopted, and gave him just24 turned out a nice old gentleman, going to Hollers, snd mine other Items hours to arrange his business and leave tho Tabernacle, as we were, himself being the,chy forever. This Is tho only way a member of Spurgeon's church. He kindBelow we give another of the letters writ-ely undertook to guide us from tho Elephant to make murder odious, lho mur at sea, which we have held back for and Castle, which,! may say in passing, is derer must be ostracised and looked a very plain building, facing a triangular Iresberoncs. This one bears the date of on with contempt everywhere. He open space where several atreeta meet, with February 22: After closing No. 1, a few sea inci should not be permitted to live in the no elephant about it, but four small casdents occurred which I should mention in his tles in a row together on the centre of the my "log" for completeness' sake. Ofcoume community ho has outraged, and evil report should follow him wherever front eave. It was doubtless one of Lon now. being at sea, I must do as sailors do. don' famous inns in the old times and it and grow intensely nautical, bo 1 proceed he goes. The curso that was set up- is still an It ia a great stand to tell how, about 3 r M., we sighted a on Cain for the murder of his brother point for seeing the going and coming to steamer off the port bow (Neptunian for "to our left"), which after much guessing Abel should follow him all tho days and from "the Derby" a Bight seen no among the ignorant, much squinting at acquitted or not, where in tho world but in London. Our through an opera glass by the knowing I am alio prepared to lurnlih price and estimate ol all llodiof KoglnM,8 Mills, Tbrsablng of bis life, whether and afler flsgs on liar I'rcwes, Straw SUfkere, Wind HII'i, Hon Powers, and varlouaolber kind, orjaacblncrr. far the taking of human life is rarely kind old chaperore led ua to the Taberna ones, run up, was finallyboth vessels had been pronounced the Tho Judges and cle and directing us how to get in, went off "Werra," from Bremen, bound to New ever excusable. Parties In want of snj goo.li In toy llo will toasidedoorand we saw him no more. Sev York, with emigrants, of course. What is jurors can do but little in stamping loots nolbtog by seeing m before purchasing. eral persona stand just withiu the iron gates our great, elastic country for but to receive out murder. Public sentiment must with their hands filled with little envel-ope- all of every name and nation, who seek reffrom assist in crushing it out. in which one may put a willing offer ugelight oppression, or wish a fair living work. While our younger, but for ing, and drop them in boxes conveniently greater brother Ephraim is conquering Col. Jones had the dishonor of arranged along the enclosing wall. These world with bis lion courage and the being introduced to a Frankfort audi facilities are again furnished inside the strength, Manaasah will bo the nursing his Fraudu-lenc- y house. One need never be at loss in giv inotheMo the nations, receiving in her ca ence the other night by pacious'lap and hugging to her ample boBlackburn, and wo would ad- ing at the Tabernacle, if only so disposed. som all the fondling of the planet, and awyB vHrssflRdw AkV9aw m vise him right now, if he expects "to These boxei are in lieu of the ordinary transforming them by maternal love into use ftrm Mti-T"collection" wa are all so familiar with. ful citizers. This is nf course rather what get place in this Btato to steer clear , ought to be, than what is; but I am glsd it audidence-roomEntering the k'aliuiuoo Sr ring Tooth Itirro ) of the Blackburn family. The Col. is not wholly a fancy sketch. where 22 years ago I beard the ol all klndi, also I alaibandl drain and After the "Werra" had sunk below the JJ nBLLf fwiwiwiwiwiwiwiw"wk;7 complimentary to Owsley famous, preacher. I fouud it quite unwas very GEO.D.BUltDETT&CO., Kay and Wool. horiion, another steamer, going in the and Knott and abused those newspa- changed, except that' the paint and gilding same direction, met us, at a closer distance (tellnfiulty Plow, this time French also than the per reporters that had charged him were more dingy, and the pews bore marks emigrant-laden- ; other name not given. of constant use. The house inside is a with talking about their whisky drinkThis stranger out or sight, Just before ing proclivities. One thing ho said beautiful oral, with two galleries running nieht came another atili, a steamer, and all around, and the pulpit on a lerel with also with prow pointed to New York, but which struck us very forcibly as a OUI'.KN A iVII.LIAMH, the first one. The speaker is risible from fearfully battered by the elements, smoke Blackburn dodge was that, "It is my every scat In the house, and the prodigious stack nnd bridges clean gone, and altogethMioagers Iluatonvllls Depot dilapidated highest ambition to be Governor and room, which holds 7,000 people, ia perfect, er presenting a most an ugly stormappear someance. There baa been it I am 'honored with the place will almost', in acoustic properties. At 11 o'c, where lately, thus to batter up gallant IV. I,. WITIIKICN, is the second in for We do promptly Mr. Hpurgeon came to his place. steamers, ot which this seek no farther preferment." tsnsger Lanrsilsr Depot) pliant, we have seen, two or three lorn not wish any more Governors that are The passing years have made few marks schooners, in the distance, steering south upon him. The thick vet fotin was the ward, and tossinc heavily, made up tr so easy to satisfy, but men who havo joining counties and the buperlor Court and Court sane; the mellow voice unchanged; the old list of sighted craft this first dayatie. It. II. iVK4HE., fptclal attention given to collection ol Appeals sufficient aspirations to cause them to fire and earnestness nearly unabited; only Towards night the breezs freshened and 112 Offic on Lancaiter alret. Mingsr RlfhmonJ IVpot (Corn Ptsnter.1 so mo attention at least to public the hair is turning gray, though the beard, the motion of our vefael was sensibly felt, pay ALEX. ANDERSON, but no sickness in our little party. Only A'XTL'OllNEY A.1' IA.'XV, adepej;':" opinion. No, no, that dodge can not which he wear full, save the upper lip, Is alight wearineis at times. Marie tried to DEPABTMBNT. DANVILLE, KY., bo worked but once. Jones claimed not so, at least as seen across the imperfect- sit down at the piano, but soon abandoned adjoining Will practlc In the Court ItOlIX. It. 'WZZbi'ir, XMltor. counties and lor tb Court ofof Boil sad half turned music, iclad to just hold her own. without Appeals. atthat all his life he had labored for the ly lighted room; COO Willie and Clur on, help the struggling daylight to keep any exultation about it. LANCASTER. LBB 7. HUFFMAN. and had visited all tho sections party ley tang a lew duets, wbicn an enjoyed. all bright. The County Court sold the delinquent This alter the darkness had drove us inSTANFORD, KY. iu the party's interest. Owsley and The great preacher has bis elder seated side. Nearly all the day, the girls have tax list to J. M HlKuinbotUam, Offle 8outb aid Main tftrest, two doors above tb Myora Knott had never made a speech out- in a behind lilio, and a precen- been on their reclining' chairs, on deck, Tuesdar, for $100, Commissioner were Fur Nitrous HoUl. On administered whsn Olid with the side their districts until they were tor standing beside him, starts the hymn wrapped in rugs, reading, talking, think- also appointed to settlecommittingsheriff. seanlmd some , Vlt aticka Dons have .been ing or napping aa pre' candidates. We don't like to repeat and leads the musio without an instru- to the saloon like a lei- - f. wonted to . not rious ravage .among the sheep in this viJUDGE T. P. II1XL, JK., there I not lome outer cold. it but they do say that Jones never ment of any kind. The congregational sing- to face theother gentl'T. J to gouty cinity. WillIfput an end to theseaction taken worse than Ia a candidal for Bepresentatle In tb next Legthat ing is very Impressive. About 6,000 peo- ley witli made a speech in his life outside his useless curs, aoiuo of our firmer will be islature, autject to th action ol tb democracy. on the smooth f ?ht Bjvcr stock. district except to further bis interests ple were present, comfortably filling all Joy It much. Occaslc "nlj wtuara, " J . forced to give up sheep raising. Dr. Uandolph resigned his paiturate Now Col. honor but the upper gallery. Mr. Spurgeon la around the for Governor. and eoioreii the 'MIUIIIE J. H. MUIIPIIY LaLaLaLaLaLaKrmrrfVStfV0 certainly a very "plain man," like Jacob of grand way in which the "I'avoni"' went of the Presbyterian Church at tbi place, bright, isn't this so? Is a candidal to represent Lincoln county In tb with a figure too stumpy for grace, a through the water, crushing huge waves Sunday night. The doctor haa had charge neat Leglatature, aubjret to tb action of lbs old, t aa the sailor call the of this church for a good many year, and Yandeii lilt him a new palace In narrow brow and heavy cheeks suggest- under her and opened this week with ing nothing either spiritual or intellectual lower prow, and keeping her nose pointed many of hi congregation were quite devoNew York, " and were sorry to give blm up. "the land in ornamentation, is a ball, the cost of which is estimated But here appearance are deceptive, for he to Sail were of our longings day, all that ted to him,meeting of the Garrard County At a set most of the Female College. aijc anywhere from 8250,000 to 81,000,-000- . Is certainly both, as all know. Ilia hair is would draw with the wind dead aft at first Democratic Committee, held at the office Stanford unequalled, The floral decorations alone cut half short and stands up sillily. He and then from the south-we- st and at 12, M of Denny & Tomllnson, March 20, '83, It MTANFOIID. KY. cost 810,000. Mrs. Vanderbilt ap- gesticulate! much with his left hand, hold- we had made the fine run of 235 mile waa decided to call a Mass Convention for TZLTlSTGr OP JEIDESDLalD ! in from Sandy Hook. The captain said if the 6tb day of May, at the peared ai "Electric Light." beinc ing on to the raiting with his right and all we could only keep it up at that rate, he Lancaster, at ' o'clock, p, m., to select delWith a Full Corps of Teachers, completely enveloped in a dress of arm motions are very graceful, He could land us in seven days. But that ia egates to the State Convention to be held diamonds. In the language of old we his at Louisville, May 10. hardly to be expected. Tble Institution will open lie Tbtrteenlb SeaaUi never hesitates for a word and hi word Col Jno. K. Faulkner, of Ltulsvllle, enquire; why was not the money are wonderfully choseu, or rather wonderWe ate all our meal promptly on tb 2d Mooday In bepteubsr neat. V, I). ami retired at 10.30 o'clock, lovingly thank- waa in town Monday, on bnalne'. wasted iu this display divided among of God. Ex. 30; 7, 8, were the ful to the dear LORD for keeping ua all Mason and family left Wednesday, for the poor the poor newspaper men, fully given ALLTUK UUANClitb OV A Henderson, Ky., where they will spend a verse chosen, preceded by his for Instance T "The people be d d," running comment on the whole admirable well. "U II rained dilrlne the night few days visiting relative and friend and Ken chapter, THOROUGHENOUSHCOUnSE though, is Van's sentiment. after the first song and prayer. He has and the motion of the vessel i very decid- then go to their future home in Chicago come on so Mr Mason haa been for about 10 year coned this morning, but Ar taught, sa wall as Mil. and Mies. Youno E, Allison, two long prayer and three hymns, occupy orailiullTlliat wa bear it haa wiHHHIaKCSBtoBCS It well. I "turned nected with the Circalt Clerk tflire of ing, witu me reading oi lue scripture and Tilal LANOUAOEB. (the former the managing editor of tho exposition, 45 minute. The sermon is al- out" first and dressed baatilr; sucked an tbi county and had made many friends MUBIO,INO AND iAINTINO.DUAW. Louisville Commercial and the latter so 45, and he close promptly at half past orange, which helped some, but did not who were very sorry to have him leave. business be swalthe manager ot Mr. Allison,) wo salute 12 o'clock, with the benediction pronounc- feel comfortable until 1 had safely again. He ha not decided yet what will engage in at Chicago, lowed my breakfast. Then all right ed as soon as the sermon ia finished, Farmers snd Pluwweu, IliUu Oliver Cbllltd .Unit will uut cvrrodsj tb braileat rut! will rtmore you, ami may you bo happy always as Mr. 8. invited his own people to remain Our state rooms face and are delightfully away with Paint Lick. Id Tuition, prices rang front 413 to K0 la tl mafsw minute. Tb Ollrir I a Center Draft Plow, bating aloplug landald, which do now. away at night to give strangers the house, commodious the ladles occupying one and b preaaur found in atralgbt land.U Plows. Tb Oliver baa hundreds of imitators; uo uiou'tctu. rMulir Department. 1'rluar;, liJ; Intermedial organ-lieThere will bs a Bunday-schoand asked l he in to loos in ai some oi tne the boys and I the other. Vr. Stddard Is , t'rcparatojy, IW, and Colfeglat, HO. Plow Tbj Oilier bu a record unparslUled In thtblilory of Plows. Your er will ImlUUaulnfcrlcr The addition of our old .riend, Dr. twelve chapel he gave a Hit of, and see a few doors forward, but very handy. We at New Hopo next Sunday,', leJgbbors will Ull you to BU Y TUU OLIVE II, snd Uk no other. Mrs. J. C. Qeotry, of Lincoln. I visit-in- v John D. Woods, to the Bowling Green how they were gelling along. The chapel have 70 passenger aboard, who are slowly For full particulars, as to Board, A., addr her father. Mr. Shumate, of thia lilac. MBH. M. C, TKUKHKAHr. rrluejpatl, Oaxtlle will make that already excel are all swarms thrown off from the central making up acquaintance with each other, Alaaford, Lincoln Co., Ky. boy of Mr. Joe A little hive, or rather the fruit of the central en. A nice lot of people. lent paper tho best in the State. p i smoke-stack- P. Huntington, of lh Chesapeake Mil Ofeto, Is mM to have decided to bnlld a Union Depot In LouIitIHf. Tho Warren Count Democrat hte nominated Judge W. II. Payne and Wni. Meredith for the Legislate and Clark has nominated T. (1. 8tuart. tyaTid Ferguson, the Louisville Tax Collector Indicted of cmbeMlino; the city's fundi", lis pleaded julltr, and received a srntence of fire jean In the Penitentiary. -- SuonT'Nr.ws Irr.xs. Mr. IHteiHuVt get a cent of the $25,000 she wanted of the Owner Journal Co. for libel. It Is too had. Thomas II. Herndon, Congressman-elec- t from the First Alabama District, la dead. The Chicago democrats hare nominated Mayor Carter Harrison for reelection Wm. Hitt Kellogg has been indicted for complicity In the Star Itoute cases. Cope Snapp, of the Louisville swindler, has cleared himself of one indictment. a or CURRENT EVENTS. lsnd-marV- Shore-ditch- ," ''thre-penc- e, In pastor and people. He la beyond most energetic worker In Lon Suestlon the dear LORD snare him many the years, I havo only to add that the bouse wa verr cold, and I sat mnilled In my heavy ulster the whole time. Even the speaker's clarion voice could not overcome the coughing ana sneezing ana nose mow Ing of several thousands which was kept nn ilnrlnc the entire service. At 3 r, m , we went to Westminster Ab be T. This place Is at least four mile from our lodgings nnd we made half the distance by the Underground Railway, which starts from a point near the lamotis ".Mansion House." We went 3d class for the inevit attic "tupenco," in n dirty car divided Into ren inaleiil or compartments, with room for 10 or 12 in each. The carriages are lighted Willi gas and are swilily propelled by steam. At the Abbey we found a jam, without standinir room in the "Poet's Corner." . At Ian a gentleman left bis chair and I pounced upon it for Marie, the only one of the ladles with us. Willie and I stood through- out. The sermon was an earnest one. tie livertd in a good, clear voice, but so vant is the audience-roothat the most of it came like a sound without import and was lost in the naves and arches of the great building. The subject was the history of lho prophet Jeremiah and his times, tracing the analogy with our own and urging the need ol a devoted, laltlilul prophet who wonld "cry aloud and spare not." It was really a most faithful and earnest discourse, of which I could only catch enough to trace the barest outline; but one sentence was worth the long wailing, as with raised voice and impassioned energy he cried out: "O Ood of our Father, send Us one prophet, who ahali awaken Thy slumbering Church, O Redeemer of mankind, send ua one prophet, who ahali be true to his mission ami speak fearlessly the truth; O Holy Spirit, send One prophet, who shall speak without fearorfavorl'' As he paused for a moment after uttering this impressive cry to Ood, 1 bowed my head and the deep down cry of my whole heart responded with muttered groaning in the spirit. "O Ood of thy people Israel; God and Father of my Lord Jesus Christ, let me be that prophet, to speak in the ear of Thy people what Thou haa to tell them." I worshipped more fervently in Westminster Abbey than In the Tabernacle. Wonderful to relate, I felt more at home in that old vaulted church of the many centuries, than in the more modern eff shoot from the parent stem. After all, rail at her as we will, in spite of all the formality that has degraded her worship and the loose lives of many of her ministry, and the dark day of decay akin to death, there is no Church on earth like the Church of England no holy army of martyrs like to tier's; no ritual so pure and uplifting; no giants in theology like her'i; no history on the whole, so honorable. Am I like a chameleon, taking on the color of my surroundings? Be it so; this is the honest expression of my soul's thoughts this Sunday night. We linger after service listening to the lovely organ notes until a eervitor came to tell ua the doors were about to be shut. I felt the presence of the "God of Israel;" "of Jacob" in that house aa I never felt it before. The "Stone of Israel" was there too and it was to me a deip reality. In fact there is no spot on earth to me like Westminster Abbey. How I longed to de liver a message to the thousands I saw un der one roof, morning and afternoon. But it bs through many a day of patient, pray-fu- l waiting, this ahali come. Only come it will; I am sure of that. Ever in Jesus, Oeo.O. Bahnes. trgy n The sun came out beautifully about 10 Kennedy fell and broke one of hi leg a o'clock and for the first tine we saw the fw days ago. Mrs. J. I McKlnney, nf Richmond, water at its host darkly, deeply, beautifully bins. Fragment of "sea weed, float- wis on a visit to her parents here Batnrday. Geo. Kinnlard, the bos paint sllnger, ing wild," were visible at times and a good n many gull playing round the ateimer In is beautifying the residence of R, II. with a new coat of paint. cirelW flight. Nath Shumate and Sam Warntcut have At 12 M., we had mado another 302 miles rather le than I should have expected formed a partnership and will open a genfrom a favoring wind and sea, such as we eral supply store at ltoundatone. Kwybody that has any thing of have had. Towards evening the freshening to tell, call on the reporter at thia wind 'round" and when we retired Item for the night we were scudding before a place. Headquarters at the depot stiff gale from the N. W. the steamer roll- of Interest thankfully received fore-toMr. D. 0 Slaughter will run a tele sail and ing heavily, with fore sail, phone line from hli store tn the depot In a llylng-iiset to keep her ateady. a short time which will be n greU convrnl We struck the Oulf Stream at dark, or little afler, but nochsnge of temperature tr.ee to him and the agtnt, a he ship and the whole vessel being cold, except at the receives a great manr goods. , The city papers have It that Mr. V on deck. side of tho great Not a saII Insight all day and the birds I Barnes, one of our good looking young men, eloped and wa marrleva few days have left us almost entirely. We had an hour's music before retiring, ago. That I all a mistake. He returntd under difficulties, two stalwarts being re- Tuesday evening, but didn't bring hi better half with him. quired tn hold the performer nn the stool. Everybody did what they could, ami there were no critics to mar however, LUCHTKIl inVKKTISEllKSTR. the enjoyment. 8o far so good, and we retired trusting. U. O. KAUFFMAN, Fen. 21th. All night the gale continued ATTOHNI3Y Vt LAW, pitched and the rood "Pavonla" rolled and LANCASTER, KV. and tossed at a great rate. Our berths are Miner Cotumtislorwr ClsrrtrJ rtrrult Court. Wilt on the windward aide, which ia fortunate, prattle In all I lis Usurts of Uarranl and sdjotalof for we only had to settle In the lee side of countlM snd la the Court of Arrests- them with backato the wall, knees slightly bent to prevent rolling about and then asleep, "rocked in the cradle of the deep," Pretty rough rocking last night, but we all slept soundly. I wlllKlloreichanraniy Faru la Tetss far Up at the ringing of the rising gong, but lands In (Isrrsrd, MadlMD, Lincoln or Boris counties. This farm Is illuatrd In Tarrant count, n while dressing, as best we could, the Ttiu, about II or II wiles South of tho ellrof symptoms began to appear Inus Fort won b and about asms dlilsnc North of all. By hasty robing and a staggering tho City of Osborne, In Jobntoneouoly. Conlslns a Arrrm rush, I got on deck, to find myself in a iltO barn uponolllan land, all under frnct, wlih Is good sad gontl wslrr on plsrs 11 frsf-rn- f driving snow storm, waves running the trafirming lnd snd Upeetallv ll hlxti ditional "mountain high," deck wet and locaud for ratlins rattle, lielnf on nfwster. plateau II Is beteentonster falling streams cole; a few forlorn paiwengsrs trying to about on mil Kast of lho iorTtjc.1 routo of the keep their legs and succeeding indifferent- Foil Worth IlloOrsodsH. R. which will be utiles abort time, and ly; sea of Ink with scattered crests of snowy completed In a C A tfent Fe Italw aboutIn a opera11. now Wnt ot lbs U foam and the'Tavonla" "dead drunk" and tion from Ft-- Worth to Ualrnton. This firm Is In no mistake, but going through the water the gnat cotton md vhratrslilng section nfNortk-ei- n feiu rstM cattl. at a noble rale, per hap 14 knots. A knot to firm or and very dnlrabl fur say on wanting on tha plit a being a geographical mileor about a fifth small bunch of Htaort Horn Heifers with call sod longer linn our land statute mile, give one Sns Hbort Horn Dull, 3 Trsra old Ibis Spring; will trad our speed about 17 miles an hour. The sIm firming Implements, thit 1 DU.M'AN,with IVM. MclIKi: good steamer Is slow, but all pronounce her tbplsc. IM1 lll-JLsncaitrr, Kf. Jan. 11. staunch and steady. 6he a grand ie.. 3 masts, with thei rear is birque-risgeor mlizen mast wilhont yard', and only schooner-rigged- . She bad an increase of canvas this morning, the wind being favTatisuar IIkpaitmist. orable, and sail and steam combine to bear or TtiaCvaaaxcr, Orrica or WisiiiaaTO!!, trruS, 1MJ. us rapidly nn. Her measurement are 450 long, 43 feet beam (or breadth) with feet Willi!, br sitlificlory erldcnre prefented to recorded tonsge of about 3.500 a noble tbtan enlgned, It hsi been niids to spprsr that Tesel in every respect; a screw propeller, ths Cltliens Nitlonil Bank ot Lancaster, In tho county of Usrrsrd snd town LaoratUr, to with 25 feet draught on this voyagr; man- BUto of Kentucky, hi tho compiled with all tho proof ned by Britons exclusively. Our party visions of tho lUvleed Htitutrs of ths United with bsfora heavily demoralized though none States required to b complied corauencw au Ibo ihsil bosulborlied la of us so 111 as on board the "Old Domin of banking. Nov. then or. I. John J. Kooi. Comnlroller of ion." Wife and Williesickest, Marie next, Ibal ths George ia next while Charley and the doc tho Currency, do hereby certifythe toon Cltltee of I.anNational llsnk of LancnUr. In tor excape scott free. I sat down to break outer, in ths county or iisrraru martins oi to commence the builneq No will power It authorised fast, but left it untastsd. Section Unking could force food against the unwilling Statutes at provided In Buns S,mof lbs Kerlxi of lb United . stomach. At 1 o'clock managed a slice of Ia testimony whereof, Hllneot my hind snd cold tongue heavily coated with mustard eilof ufflte, IhliUJdir of Kehruiry. ISI3. JOII J. KNOX, and hall a cup of weak tea. Willie took lU-lComptroller of tb Currency. his seat by roe, ordered cold roast beef, No. 2,M). looked at it a moment penrfvely and fled Incontinently, though returning after a while and forcing a few mouthfuls down. The wife and Marie yielded unconditionally and went to bunk. George fought it out on the music room sofa cushions, as did Will and I From this point of observation we could watch others at odd time. almost deserted. Pallid The eating-roowretches staggering around holding to anything permanent; some trying to keep up courage by laughing and talking, followed br ominous silence and lugubrious faces; one poor young fellow in abandon of misery lying flat on his stomach and at full length; and all profoundly miserable who were feeling old ocean' revenge for the past 2 days exemption from his clutches. Met bound for Boston an one steamer American vessel rolling and pitching fearfully, and the sea washing her decks, as we were runshe breasted the ning before. I am glad we are going east The homeward bound vessels afe having a fearful time getting into port. Three hundred and three miles was our run tolav about the best the "Pavonia" can do, I iode, and fast enough to satisfy reasonable wishes. Again and again the sea dashed over the skv light of the forward saloon to day and in spite of all that could be done in the way of stopping it out, the salt water got into the shin, running aarx sireaxs across the carpets here and there, dripping thro' and making it damp and uncomIn JancaHicr Ht Cue fortable. The whole ship ia cold, too, tho' furnished with steam heater under settees and lower berths. But the furious cold through continually opened "ENTERPRISE GROCERY," wind, come doors and searches every part of the ship with iu chilling breath. but the shrill whistle No music LANCASTER, KY. of the wind through the vessel's cordage. "All the daughtera of music are brought low" by the common scourge and our "Lollard" upright ia a dumb aa an oyster. Music needs surrounding to make It musical. 'Is any merry? let him sing psilms," ia Propria toi the divine direction, We are not merry. rest "piay" a good deal, as I do, I hope tho following the other direction. "Ia any PHOKkKMOSAL among you afflicted? let him pray." Praise the LORD. I have only missed WALL4CK X. YASMO one meal vet breakfast this rooming. T. W. ViaXOX. T. W. AW.E VAKHOK, That ia a grand reconl for such weather, ATTWItNEYH AST XVIV, and sorely the reward of simple trust, noth BTANFOHD, KY. ing else. I have never lor a moment y ieiu-e- d Ofloa In Owalejd Don's new tultdlog up slain. to the enemy, even at the sickest point, M. PEYTON, but met him steadily with faith in God. I A l I.AW, ahali win. Pray for me Ever in Jesus, DTAtOOIlD, KY, Will practice In the Curt of Lincoln snd adOeo.O Barked. Bat-so- Wmof& WMMm PHARMAC13T3 otiifjolL Z&bl Drugs, Books, Stationery and Fanoy Artlole. I'hrijfltrn' prrsrilptlont accurately compounded. CtS ! ATTENTION. FARMERS! Farm sei-bo- 'a -j- bull-ne- w ''" ri Landreth's Maiden Seeds Nicest Line of "nor-weste- In Bulk, and the FURNITURE sky-ligh- See-l- L yissgg"""jppprH GEORGE D. WEAREIVI, Stanford. V3MXA33 Garrard County '3?afs gas-jet- aonouoN ijiifcriHT, r- your special tention to the I desire to call semi-circl- e lore-cu- which for utility, durability, iw...flaSSrL.Hi perfection in operation, taste TI3CE3 BJL&6B. fore-for- t, Court-hous- THE y TERMS MODERATE. d W. H. HIGGINS. ! Rl Jf on- fl. Best and Mcra'. A Mi cheipeM Ounpowder Tea at 8. QTAKPOBD. K"X". Friday Morning, - - March 30. 1883 .4y LOCAL Northbound ranenger tVMtthlmund kind fif seed Irlah potatoes and ion set at O water A Go Ron'. i TIME CARD. Slsnford si 80 a. I.OOr, M, pse A LOCALJMICCS. Hor l'Aixr of l'cnny A MoAllster. Ytmtxn Ticklt al Mnllolterlv A Siagg's. Oiikat WrjrrriiN cotlon al 8 cent at IX Kims', UNl)liKTll'nrlen Hetrd t Mcltobert Slang'. li Goon Jr.AXS mtn't coat at 76 cent it D. KUm l'lrrv rtrx'ra ol good calicoes, tt 4 cent at I). KIim'. Nkw stock of Jewelry and Silverware at Penny A McAHsler'a. I.ANnncTil'n Garden Henle, In bulk and io papers, at 1'ennv A McAlialer's. Watciim, Clock and Jewtlrr repaired and warranted li l'ennj A MoAllster. KtlM. stock of KJililnRTackleotall kind can now lie found at l'ennj A MoAlister's Double dip, 25 eta; Vaccimk Point Ingle dip, 10 ctnti each. Kent bj mall on Mcjloberl AHitgR. receipt of price. PERSONAL. Mlffl Hai.I.IB I'f.RKV, who ha been quite III, In littler now. Mm Mahy Bowman and MIm Joule Wither, went to Louisville, Wednesday. Mr. A. C. Know who ha been doing Limine in Florida, I here with old fe t'iJ. - T; Mim Cariuis SunntK who h been visiting relatlrr In an adjoining county, returned home Wednesday, Miu J. W. McA Muter, Caabler of tbe Hilton National Dink, Ht. Joe, Mo., la back at home for n few day. Juixie K K. Kvans, of Zinewvillr, Ohio, to whom Messrs Francis A Miller 3ld the farm of U. A. Kcdd, of Mt. Vernon, ia In town, the guest ol the St. Ataph Hotel. We verv sincerely regret to announce that our faithful and accompllibed corre pondent ai Ml Vernon, Cjl. Him. M. llur dett, hat found It more to hi Internt to remove to Lancaster, and that lila graceful writing will adorn our columna no more from that point. The Col', friend have for (ometlme urgeJ him to eek a larger field for hi profession and white he never propone to relinquish hi love for itock caatle, and vtillalwava continue hi practice there, be ha at last consented to accept their advice. There I much more litigation going on in Garrard than in ilockcaalle nd Cot II.' reputation ai a clever, a well aaa very auperior lawyer, will recurs him a big share ol auch work. lie 1 an unusually bright man for hi age, and we eiect to hear much of him In the coming politic of the Hlle LOCAL MATTERS. friend. Or.NUtNRllus'etl County Sweet Potatoe in all lis both for eating and planting purpose at Thk Itlnk will be open W. II. Hlggln'. glory. The hand will be out In full force. s. - . . 8, 8. Myers, has Just gotten In a nice asAn ELriAirr line of China Tea Set and s and crackers of alGi.am Water Hkt fust received at Bruce, sortment of sugar-cakemost every variety which he ell very low Warren A Cj'. for the cash. A handsome llneof Glawareand some Those who have seen Julia A. Hunt In beautiful designs In Tcs, Dlnnerand Chamthe "Pearl of Savoy" know just how very ber sett at II. U Brlghts'. cutely and excellently ihe enacts the chare -- im SlIEKUT Meneiee notifies those who acter of "Math"," while In "I'lorlnel," her hive not paid their taxes for 1882, that II new play, the New York and other dallies, they are not paid by April 1, 6 tier cent speak of her a simply grand. and Columbia. Tennesiee. and he made a will be added a authorized by law, New Frames, New reasonable profit on all he handled. Price I'ltoTtxinarils for mule ranged from $100 to $175 Leo UnoKfe. Ittid Gllllland got caught Stock, New Style at Shifter Gallery. under a log while unloading it at Qrubbs' Come and secure your Picture while you LINCOLN COUNTT. mill, Shelby City, Tuesday and waa severe- can do ao at home. All work guarsnleed Prtachtrttllh. fint-clssly maihed, betide having one leg broken. Copying old Picture a speciNo corn planted and but little gardenalty. Cloudy weather no hindrance to ing done at thla lime. A few day of Wr IIAVK it from undoubted authority good results. Stanford, March 29, '83. sunshine will bring a change. that $50 to $100 each were oflered to cer-ttl- n Mr Jno. Adam for several month G. W. bhafler. Huatonvlllc men for their aid and in non compos mrnlU, died at hi brothers near W. II Haskins, An Ol.t CASK.-Htic- rilT fluence in the race Saturday. this place on sumiar, Aiarcn Jitn. We leave of MI'slrslppI county, Ark., arrived here The public rchool which waa comthe public to gurp's whose money It was. yesterdsy with one William Hhadoan, who menced in July, and taught half out by Col, iCociimEli, for the C, (1. II. A X. It is alleged, is the man wanted for the Mr. Arnold and discontinued for want of It. It., I succeeding well In getting free murder of Berry Davis, 21 years ago In fuel, I now being finished by Mis Laura Adam rights through Lincoln county for Slsnford, and also for the willful murder We now have a daily mail from Crab that road, in two day he got twelve land of tinea Confederate soldier In the coun- Orchard; Mr Geo. King. Jr., I the carriLeave Preachersville dally, except owner to make the necewary relinijulili-ment- a. ty, Shadoan claims that his brother John er Sundays, at 2 p. m.; arrive at Crab Orch Let the good work go on. was the nun that did the killing and that ard by 3 p. m, Leave Uraourcnaruusiiy, i except Sundays, at 4 p. m ; arrive at The Circuit Court fined the L. A. N. he knew nothing further than that. He Preachersville by fi p, m. evidently much puiturbed inspirit and II. IU Wednesday, $76 for obstructing Lan- Mr W M Howard haa just returned thst he ia in a bad box. Berry street with a freight train. The caater the city with a fine assortment ol Davis waa the father ol Mr Judge Lytic from goods. Mr, H. has learned the sespring roaclVattorneri took an appeal. We will reAn elimination of the old records showed cret of success in merchandising ia In gret very much II this judgment should that Shadoan waa indicted with James buying. He Is therefore able to sell goods have to be collected, since by a by-laof at K very small profit. Mr. Anderson ha the road, the Conductor of the train which Harris for the murder of the soldier named. discontinued the blacksmith business Mr. obilrtinta haa to pay the damage and cost, StaniXri'8 little favorite, the peerless We Payne will continue to do all kinds Charley Turner, an especiallr particular Julia A. Hunt, with a New York compa- of blacksmithing. Mrs. Geo. King, who ha been visiting relative near utim sulConductor, happened to be on that day. ny, selected without regard to anything but phur has returned home. Mr. Ben. Rou-Io- n ia in bad health and haa closed bit A I'iiomisiio Vocalist. The other their superior filncn, and including none nf her former support, will appear at the grocery for the present. day, John Bright, a law student, forgetting that he was in a Court of Juilice and not In rehearsal for an Amateur Concert, let ofl a atanta or two of a favorite song, al most in touching distance from Judge Vatnon. Now, the Judge has a ear for mutlo and like a good aong aa well a the beat of us, but that waa too miserably mean for any thing and he thereupon fined the vocalist $2 60. Subsequently, however, he remitted it on a promiso from the youth that he would learn to sing better before ha attempted another public performance. . Bruce, Warren A Co.' for clothing. Their slock it simply Immense. to The proprietor of the Lincoln Mill to buy whest. II. 0. BntnitT bought of Andrew Hen- wantJohn Brooks bought the r John ry a beautiful colt, fust nut of a drag, farm of 400 acres, near Midway, at for $110. $120 per acre cash, or $13,720 for the Van-mete- per bushel at Pure home grown seed potatoes II. C Bright', COct. LAND, STOCK- AND CROP. - MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. I gat is sfc whole We are indebted to the telephone ope-eratat Hualonvllle.Mr. W. R. Williams, for the following; Win, Moreland sold to Eld. J Q, Montgomery 30 head hog at 0 cent. L. P. Sharp sold to Howard Bailey, of Georgetown, four roadsters for $000, John Dinwiddle bought of J. F. Iluell 40 acre of land adjoining him at $10. George W. A I ford, who has fust returned from the South, report that the market for mule and horse which ha been Rood, i about played out, He sold hi mtilr principally In Montgomery, hut disposed of three can in New Orlesns. The purchase were mainly in Nashville Fmwer Seem at W. T. Green'.. For. ale by 8. ', , TllY the Warren cigar. 8. Myers. . Ftimi car of mIi, lime and cement Ow.ley A Son'. Mim at Julia A. Hunt at Opera House alway April 2d and ah on Flirait orange and lemoo hand at 8. 8. Myers'. Wanted. shoulders. Country Ilicon, Bright. II. a especially lata yea-da- y. MonxtNO patienger four hour Freight off the track. Ir YOU want the beat aupcr Cirpeta go to J. W. HaydenY two-pl- wool Kl'ssELL county llrsnllsn awett for aied at A Owsley A Son'. FULL etock ota-l- ot Boy' and Children' & ready made clothing at Ilrucr, Warren Co'. I'giuo.N wiihtiig to eee Or I. W. Logan will fu.d hlui at hU residence, Main Ht , Stanford, Ky. Foil Hale. WIU aell very cheap. 82. W. Craig. 'T' Three handaome residence Stanford, Dec. 25. shoo-sho- at my atablr, I have opened a where repairing of all klnda will be done. A.T.N'unnelley. The Grand Jury failed to indict Jim I'ingleton, the woman shootet, and he waa liberated yesterday. J. W. IIayden ha received a nice new lot of Spring Clothing, lludn't you belter go and get a bargain of him? Call aud examine my stock of Furniture, Ac.; it i now full and complete, and price are lower than ever. B. K Wearen. llni'cr, Wahiien A Co , with the big geat spring stock In town, are (till in the field. Head their "ad" and go to see thein. Mas. Judith lUari.v, of the Highland neighborhood, died Tueaday, aged 81. She had always been regarded aa the beat of women. D. Ki.am ha jut arrived with a large stock of clothing, dry good, boot, shoes, hat, capa, Ac., which be will oiler cheaper than any house In town. Dhinu ua your feather, hide, tallow, wool, Ao. We buy ail kind of country produce and par the highest market price in cah or trade. II. O Bright. having claim against the Jr., deo'd, are not! t. fled to present the (ime to me, properly 'verified on or before April 7, '83. J. 11. fel'axton, Adm'r. 'All person testate of W. 1. Moore, iHlrtet.Bianford, Ky. AT.Nunnelly. J be in the wool-trad- e this season, parties wishing to aell will make it ; to their interest to see me I want 100,000 oiinil. Will have an agent In Lancaster again this season. Will always be ifound at ray Livery aud Sale Stable, Main A I expect to The grand dramatic troujie of an ha file A. Hunt, of which every Kenluckl reaaou to be proud, has engaged 'rooms at the new and popular St. Auph . Hotel. Since tbe above house haa been under the management of Mr. W H. Fran in ever,r ci, It haa been made first-clalenpect, and the traveling public Is last MiJu Coding It out. Stanford Opera House next Monday and BOUE COUNTT. Tuesday nights, April 2d and 3d. Tbe Dan i Hie. mere announcement that Miss. Julia will J. II. McariKTEB, Mr, John McLane an aged citixen of Stanford, Mar. 9. II. C. 1IHH1IIT. Is sufficient to guarantee a good appear here (hi county. I seriously ill. Mr. McLane XErT ADTKBTISCBEHTK. house, but we want to tell our readers, that i oast his 02d year. Valuable Blue-Gra- ss as good a she was, her acting has greatly rrtOI'METOR, Mr. Tho. M. Green, of the Maytville w. naowK. Eaolt. was in town Thursday. Rumor ha nu v. BtiaDicrr. improved since her last visit and that she WTANX-OK!- , BUHDETT & BBOWK, il that when he comes again be will not go is the recipient every where of lofferforialamyFarmof gOS ,4crei, situahome alone. lha Stanford Crab ATTOIIN13V8 A.T X.A.AV. ted near Wslaut 3 Flat, ontrom Stanford. A About 40 pral-- e by the press and people. Uavtng bad thU Hotel The Hopturnpike, miles Since the last report the County Clerk KY. MT. VERNON, r y Acres In cultlistlon; balance. In gran Good spring kinsville, thn Paducah and other haa Issued licenses for the marriage of A. ntniTrood limber and well adanted to nock: In a BAM M. BURDETT, papers are loud In compliments, Cox and Anna Johnson; W. E. Waters and ,1111 Kll gOOU Deiguuuiuuuu. uaigaiu III, ! From basement to garret, tract ATTOJINBY AT 3CA.W, abovefurther of land snd glvo pouesiton at any time. intend to Keep 11 In a Strictly while the papers of larger cities outside the Mary MsGeld; K. 11. Uust anl Heme particular!, Inqtlro of J. B. Uwiley, For LANCASTER, KY. Lizxie A. Bennett: Joseph A. Cutter and FlrH(-ClHhStanford, Ky.. or write to me at Davtlla. Milan Manner, State, awxrd her that credit which her Sutherland. Will practice In Harrard and adjoining couDtte UKMfj J. IIMiXUX JFIfit. county, Texas. And leave nothing undono that will add to the charming acting so justly deserves. Ad from St. Louis state that and Court of Appeals. Advices The Primary Election to decide who mission ai before and rererved seat can be lions. Alex. Martin and Jno. F. Phillips, COMFORT OF MY GUESTS. hall be the democratic nominee for Repre- secured at either of thn drug stores. have been appointed aa additional justice ! of the Supreme Court ol Missouri. Mr. sentative of Lincoln, will occur Phillips, who has represented his district MARRIAGES. Hulng concluded to remove to Texsa, I offer for The race has narrowed down to two camll raasds Are otTtffd several times in Congress waa educafed in salemr dates agalnatvither ol whom there ia no re RockcasMr George W. Edwards, of SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Danville, and his wife is a daughter of the a.V HiislneHS ItcWclciico Houhc To patronlte me, as I Iiiti every ronvcnlenccauch proach. 'Squire Murphy, on the one hand, tle, and Miss Liute Ball, were married lateW W Batterton.well remembered by old CnniMnnl In one.iltmttd In the town of Crab Or aa NICE SAMl'LB UOOM3, Ac , for their Wanted. Wm-MmrPt an honored and honorable old man, who yesterday at the residence of Mr. Calvin citizens of Boyle and adjoining counties. atreet. The building la chard, Kr.. on L stories high, 80iJ feet and two and Dr. R W. Duolap will go to Louis- A.T.SUXXELLET think he can servo bis county and hi par Whltt la 20x10. Baggage Transferred in all eleht rooms, lha to and from ville, April 4th, aa a delegate to tbe State with counters and shelving nlcelyand properly ar Judge Brown united In tbe holy bonds Medical Society. Mr. Dunlap will ac ly In hi latter days by representing them the Depot free of charge, ranged, with an too ouinuiidingi necessary io conat Frankfort, while on the other we have of wedlock, Wednesday, Mr, Ja. Gorley, company him. They will return via GRAND PUBLIC SALE venience snd lb tutoot the most faitldioui, snd atrsmaacall. W H. FKN:iN. sn abundance of pure water fur drinking snd Judge T. P. Kill, Jr, a young ntan of aged 19 and Mis Mahala Huflman, one Bloomfield, to ee their son Mr. JasJB household puinoH,leautlful shade and fruit trees Dunlap, who la at tbe head of a flourishing pieniltei, all sdornlng sndbesuttfjlug the entire brain, full of the fireof youth and striving year his iunior. We learn from those who school at that place. Mr. J W Hocker. inamiaiand health t condition. Anr on desir among to make and maintain for himself a name witnrs-c- d ing a the ceremony, that the Judge ot the new Hustonvllle National Bank has EIGHTY HORSES. er aud cheap yet valuable residence,do well a clevto call proiperous people, would that will be a credit to him aud hi worthy got in his usual kiss this time, been at tbe Farmers National of this pi are and examine the pieuiltes before purchasing else- wtiere Terms reaaonaoie. ancestor. He lis a wealthy fnlher, it is And now it is reported that John D, taking notes. He will remain a while K-- tr JOIINl'.NTKOOE. nndentgnc-- l will make s Joint public latest true, hut not to fall back on, as many sup White Is to be married. The poor girl longer. Mis Lily Messlck, who ha been The DtDTlIIe, ou visiting her sister, Mr. Hocker, near Stan pose, for he long ago told him that he has the sympathy of the entire communi-t- v ford, returned home Wednesday. Misi gfiWlSVILLE & NASHVILLE must weed hi own row and not look to 19, and will deserve Us thank loo, if she Henrietta Ltllard, has gone to Kansas him for support. We could sing other Indoces Johnnie to make his home at her Citv, Mo, on a viilt to her sisters, Mrs. THE GREAT Horses, embracing Boiditrrs, tbe. in future. We Robinson and Mrs Hsrgis. who was born OfsboutsOheadof ieans to his praise and In fact to both of Mawachuetis maniion tiorman Stallion, will Oentleunoi' Drivers, taddlers Combined Pairs, The fine Importedbe itablo of J. M.Wray, make Mr Eiixibeth Jenkin, at "Fink of lSf.1 at l evn A these candidates, but what we want now is can very eailly spare Johnnie from Ken in Oct. 1801, died Wednesday. Mr Jen Blalllont and Mares, or miles trom Stanford, stock. Apply to sillier Cottsge." sod superior lot limply to ask our democratic friend to tucky. The name of the unfortunate lady kins was the widow of Matthew T Jen of Ihe undersigned, or Marrs A' English for SEASON, 815 U S. !X'II. UHOTllKHa A Bim, come out to morrow and vote for th best I Miu Alice Harris, daughter of an Ex- - kins, who was a Lieutenant in th 1JMJ IIKUCK A: IIAKLAM. man. Congressman and the event is set for the Corps of Artillery in the war of 1812 The old lady has been needv for a long time, Circuit Court Since our last report a showery month of April. 825 TO INSUKC A COLT! and her friend have been trying for some Duicn VanAksdale. An elope- years to obtain a pension for her and only jury ha given Uoerge Moore a sentence of Champo ! a dark gray, 17 hands high, weighs l.fiOliioiindiand li 3 rears old lh 29th of MsT ten day in Jail and a fine of $25 for carry- ment is always the suhji ct of much curl succeeded in '79 in securing a small allow AnAttvlfl and action, rood in the nait. If ance. She waa the daughter nf James ing concealed weapon. Georgie was of ous comment, the more so when the act loins, well ribbed snd large body, with Hughes, the first reporter of the snouidera: head snd neck well set on. lis was im course conveniently absent Four idiot, res in the little drama ia no lew thsn a Kupiem Court Deciions, from 1785 to ported by O. W btubblfield A Co., or Blooming, The very 1801 The old volume is entitled, "A re weet little pupil of a College and harmless lunatica were allowed the usion. HI., September It. I&B l WHAT A WAUKFIELD. Without Change and with Speed Unrivaled ual $75 per year for their maintenance close manner in which she, and her confi port of the cause determined by the late The counsel for Froman Minor were ai daute had kept tier secret too, wis tbe occa- Supreme Court of the District of Ken SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE With Tit Best tucky, and by the Court of AppeN, in TROU LOCISVILLI TO THE lowed till the 20th day of the term to file sion for more comment and when the Cou which titles to land were in dispute." Tbe had a telegram that a Mr book is dedicated as follows: "To Colonel exceptions in the case, tbe court having Will be permitted to serve ten or fifteen approved overruled the motion for a new trial. Dunn, of Richmond, and a Miss Farnsdall Charles Simmes, of Alexandria, Virginia, ? Or tnarea at my atable 4 miles On tbs Road, will give at the from Stanford on tbe Knob Kichard Bibb and S. J. Embry were ex had run ofl and become man and wife but This book would have' been published Lick pike st without a dedication, but that it afforded PuUlnllrMRSaHSK tat'. an tub. cused from further itj service on accouo few could believe it waa intended for Mr ma a favorable opportunity of acknowledg " STANFORD OPERA HOUSE, JTU JackJOQTllle. Mobile, and 2scw OrUam . M. Hall A. C. Dunn and Mis Belle Van Andale, of illneea and T P. Davi.and J $10 to Insure ing that without your friendly assistance ., of the Stanford Female College, and I never shouia nave oeen enaoieu io engage put in their place. E E Evan of Colt. BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA MONDAY '.j-UHwas on motion of W. II. Miller, daughter ot our venerable townsman, B. in the pursuit which has produced it, and 1ND In Palace Cars Without Change. taafs ANnPF.DIUREE. Da?e Yan But it turned out to of declaring that I am with the greatest TUESDAY, VanArsdale, allowed to practice in thla court. The case m1.1 th?nthnf Mar. IS hands A. it nt h a v respect and esteem your obliged and humSHORT LINETO THE EAST against Jaturs Mullens, col., for murder, be too utterly lo. too true for tbe Coving- ble servant, James Hughes" Those. Matchleu Drsmas Inch, blood bay with heavy mans and tall and will VroiaLouliville In Fslscs Cars without chasg. make when fully developed a magnificent horse. Col. J.W. Guest bought of Hart Grig-b- y waa again continued. Col. Sim M. Burdett, ton Commontctallh, the same evening told BIred by Telegram; b by Frank Wottord; hs by Secklne homes on th CMIPDAUTC line ol thla read will Savoy' mare, by American "Pearl a fine 5 year-ol" v" Teicgrapn. twno waa a uroiurr iu his attoiney, had tried everything he could tbe story and gave names that left no room ClTllUnHFI I O Bov, (jut of dam of Harry Gilmore, for Lanut and Stockbridgs Cblefp be by Ulll'a black receive special lew rstes. Drug Stores, 73 cents. Reserved Seats at both think of as an excuse for a coulinuance, but for a peradventure. The story I about an $160. Hawk, or llrldgeport, Vt.j hsby eherman and he b'rs Agsnts of this Cnmranr for rates, routes J. W. Steane, of Memphis, on Telegram'a data by thsorlgtuafjuitln llorgtn. Ae.. or write C. P. ATM0RE, G, P. &T. A. Judge Varnon wa obdurate. Finally be follows: Mr. Dunn has a pretty aister, Thursday shipped to hi home 20 head of or nova Bicnarv, jr.izu uaui ht f.ipK, ".!-- : D Louisville, Kv. a tins combined who also attends College horses and mares, costing from $75 to S125 Dave Yaudel'a dam li by Wsxy. swore that one of his witnesses had the Miu Nannie, mare from Woodford county and ot unknown pedsmall-poand all had had a chance to take here, aud she and Ml' Belle are great each, Messrs. J. H. Englemsn and T. B. igree now but I will be able to get It In a abort Field have bought the fine stallion, Met- Late of Chcnault, Severance i. Co., 8tantord, Ky., time. with it and In two seconds the Judgu had made cronies, bwioes being pruminent omciais ropolitan, by Rysdick' Hambletonihn.dam H, II. CHOW, Stanford, K7. in the society known by the cabalistic the necessiry order for coulinuance. The IT.A.niha h Ptara Viilnntpprf ' vrsmltt character of "P. G. R" Last summer i'"K..."V .ini " .: " T'.Tre. Ii". Grand Jury adjourned yesteeday after find Miss Nannie induced Mis Belle to spend W7, 039, fill aula btftet, Cor. fatxth, ing 34 indictment!, One was against a ne the vacation with her aud in the long Star, Metropolitlon ha arrived in Danand will remain the coming feasor. - KY. gro for murder and one against a magis btlniy afternoons of a pleasant July, the ville l.OIJIHVXX.X-I- S up a Bruce A Harlan and Cecil Brothers A Rue trate, 'Squire Daniels, for mis feasance in pretty black eyes, which ligbltd young will sell 80 head of harness and- saddle face, did the work for handsome office, in failure to order arrested a couple Mr. Dunn, and his winnimr manners aa the horse on the 19tb of April, at the stable .Vih-?! fi55".fufr-.STANFOKU, KY -i be issued of men who fought In his presense. Ited lav tuition; 16 bands; loalrd 1878, bred br acutiel shows, to use a slang expression of of the latter. Catalogue will Col J W Guest bought of G Dunn, bunford, Ky aired by Mccsengrr Chii.. which no one should ever be guilty, "kind- this week. -- Dealer in- record, I will ataud my young Jack, Jack John, at my Chief, air of Maud Mrmnger; We siNt'UL and unregeuerate soul who er got aay with the young lady' aflec-tlo- C, Duncan, ol Wayne county, 10 large oxen place.6mlleaEatofbtanlord. at 97 to l?tura record, J.J8, Abel AbdaN Z.2M.1 Marvel.I . ,1... I...., ..I.I t.l.l .,,,, averaging 1,189 pounds, at $45 per head colt to get up, walk around Ita motherorand luck. wu, lau,'?' also. Last Sunday was Eaiter. and .jcar.oiu iriai, .Ml,. yesrs old; Mattl McU., did not csre whether P. M. Genl. Howe remored mare Is Wakefield A Farris bought of Mr. Duncan No colt noiiay. If thewithout trsded ;U; liens C, 2.J0 gait st a sstUfrlng in that neighborhood Msi'gle btswsrt, 1 2d gall al gone dead or not, had to griuve noltm Miss Nannie, who wis In tbe conspira from the had Z.aU gait at 1 years old; tn la ilim. llfl II O TCftfS .i- - ... - vii lha cy, ami who wa going home then, would 37 head ol Wayne count cattle, averaging S yesrs bid, and other proiultlug ooea. tit dam Su. ume tod it about 15 roeni for three solid hours on Wednesday, hear of nothing hut that her dear friend 700 pounds, at 5 cents. Same parties old. nu. lila.. k with we-ale br nenllnel, fUffi, and the ilreof You Aroint, hW colli. !8:ID,; Annette. J M,; T A., 4JC; Young the P. M. here, In honor of his death, hurl Mis Belle, should go too. Mrs. Trueheart liniiolit of A. 11. Baker, of Cumberland hand. " H..rffi QTJEENBWAItE, Vlvsndlere, M0',, Mlgnon, SKW; man county, 61 scrub steer, weighing COO lbs., fentlneHs tall al and reiuriecllon, or something of that rather dissented, but when Mr. VanAr 28;(lrsud beutlnel. i .. y brother to Volunteer, the sirs of St. Jullra. 3:11',, yielded and the at $25 per head. Mr. Farris sold to sort, having shut up shop and tuaiked it, dale gave his consent, she Uloater, ftt: Alley. A Hltnms, nf Marion county. 10 NJu8terStat1ottu0NTRACT0RS! lj UoJIiie. 3;l!)).t IJrltrr, little trickster took the train for sweet sua a scors Hunter. J.SOJ.i Aniy. not "Cloud for repairs," but "So mail de- Richmond, laughing in their sleeves at the old mules 16 hand high for $120 iuorluthZ.30clSM Mdnu Kilty litter, the A paper watcr-- " 15 hand 1 rewrd, livered till after 6 r. U." Aud this reminds way they had "'pulled the wool" oyer tho each, and one pair dam of Uerlte tltrl, ftited for lb. ersttlon of a will Us caied tida uld record... 87, snd ihs grandaul ol Maud Mm- mules to John Cotton for $260. Mr Unlldlnir .d'ths to woof'Crab Orchard, Us, ai Abe Lincoln used to aay s In one of eyes ol ''the old folks," The rest of tbe inch record, .1V. by Alexsnder's nger, S.ytar-ol- d urns win F. bought of James Cowan and J C John .Kv.. I I,l bdallah'theslisolUoldiinllbMard, Ml; ltota- '.; "Y'i.i. i.. f.... l.ullJInjt Is til bs Vir- atorr wa told Ht the beginning. Mr. aud M.li. the sparsely settled counties ol Eislern lln.l.l'21'.Thorndala. 1.211.1 Alulout..i.AbdllLU son 25 stack of choice timothy hay al 40 now fixed up their . ,i.- W leel, esch ,.r. Mrs, Dunn r .. .".:.. feet ginia an old lady died, and as was the arrangement(s it read gentleman friend and cent er hundred, to be fed by the seller JIlCOsloriea.In tbsclesrj the wing I'llOI. AC. ac. su uaiu l7 iMTUrfaiari, iimv, iu. " two and a tot P"". dsm of Krnlueay Wllkr til, nad tbs :raudaui r undtnlgued committee st CYab Orchard. Ihej custom, a boy wa put on a horse and told Mis Nannie, stole oil' with the happy cou on the ground Same parties bought of J 'iboiup- ltedvVlliis.ilrsul of bo Ho. a 17';. and reservo privilege of rejecting sn j or all bids. record,! 3I; by Omi.t; by bher. soil, to Inform the neighbor of th death and pie, where they could raury and have no V. Ualdwell Wlonsolgoou timomy usy.io " -'' ,111. man Moritu. tnaiirooi Vrwoul Ulaek Hawk tbe thua end-et- be used in their livery stable. air of fcltiiu Alien and ubut oimr trotter., iteu hour of burial. In this particular lusUnco one to make them afraid. And T Coui'teo. JOIIK lIl'CIIAMAK, to UUck May their Uvea be Jacket's dim was sired by a I 1S. J. D CASET COUNT?. thia writer wa the boy selected for the pur- - alwaythea first chapter. and may tbey nevilswk. 4th dsinsneitia road luar brought trout happy as now J Jon k I lbs North by W L. Vance, of Mercer wu ty, aud pote. Every body we ritited promised to er regret that they went against th wishes Libtrtf. said tobeoi sieucuger nicoa, ovutituieuu Aiea sndrr'sAbdallahara bolli br ltradyk'a llamble attend, until we reached a stingy old fel- ot those, who think they know what ia best Farmer have begun to break their Ionian, ibsgrsudilraof Maud B., l.lul,, and tbs low who did not like to devote either tils for them, oorn laud. slrsorUsitrr, X17., Nettle, a 18; Urauge tilrl, E. H. BURNSIDE, ' 2.20; Uswlle, 2.51. Jay (iould, X:ll, and an others G. W. Sweeney, late Sheriff1 of this time or money to other people. We told RELIGIOUS. with recoid of 2 W aud bltor. MeaMngrr Chief county, sold several tracts of land for wssilied by Ablallah t lot, aire ol I'icksrd.MS1,, win makathanrMent sea. him of tbe lot the neighborhood bad sut ecord, t:ii. Ill dint Is taxes last Monday. The Stanford Interior Jouhnal is d my sisbls, ou tbs sou at Woll - Known lied lle This Old Io (ten Ueo. II Tbuuiai, .Ir ol talned, and named the hour of burial. The ..U liamlll idle. The nrnsnect for wheat in thi vicinity most Interesting lettera from Kvan- M .Mi by Mtintrlno Mratfugcr, .Ire fm.n Laneaslrr. at HtO, Still Maintains itg bcott'a 1 bouias, 1 1 , i'Jd.tu by Mauibrluu t hlcf, Hotol old fellow seemed very much worried and celUt Barnes, over tho ie The lettera are is not verr flattering There wont be more ol Lewtu.kl, wj Dcrlluoo--raucHigh Roputation, . ...th.. bv La. T vears noouioru Aiauturino, aire or Lady tnoru, finally gave veut to hi feelings, as follows. sent rrgulsrly, and it probably i the only linn half a cron rained. 2:2IH, MawbrUo l'stib.u and ulh.ra. (d dtu br A large crowd attended Court, and old this eprlng, ISK bauds which has communication AN "By Gosh, I've got to thresh wheal to day, naiier The letters are very readable, from strange to ray, there was not a drunk roan Jiup. soirou, rJgti.u ituuwr, at Auu.uau high, slrsd bv lugrsiu's anil him. al Cbaa. Mtueugsr will uiaks lbs acason of Kstvcy llojr sud hs bribe aud I wish tbe old woman hadn't er died." that paper I very fortunate In being able to be seen on tbe streets. i Cattle bor.aod hss pros- - Iti Proprietor ii Determined that Dunn 1s,lull utiles trout Htauford, a ltutu lirsuclt front blaufoid A lj.ct.r rlks and nlke. Lexington Transcript exactly tbe way we and a num- to receive them W. O. Hansford and F. D Rlgney, nbluia.ll lobes good breslcr. I wlllshM Hand And that's it Shall be Becond to bo uountry S utiles Iroui Lancaster A Uauvill plks.sl -- 0 to Hotel ia the State in its Fare, ber of other felt about old Howe yester- Thank you sir. Oura is the only inner he candidate for the Senate spoke her last Tmur.tM.ra In Foal, Mouev duo ss soou ascertained. would write for, notwithstanding lie could Monday to nulte a large crowd. Judge Appointments, or Attenu tbs fact 2Is3D or belter, or Marisssthat bars publlo day, for tbree hours at least Th P M , lucb bsi produced refold, ot We Hansford made many friends while here. be well paid by a number of dallies. of tion to Contort with rtoonl.ol 2;30or belter, may b bred 1883 hla assistant Mr.U.G. are his home organ and have atuck to him trailers hsadj Mr.B G.AIfordaud liEtX'UEK. 8 years old August JO, Personals. W, P. Tate, of your high, their GuMti. fre ol chargo. Addrwa Will wrv usna half brother to Wine, shed a few tear behind the delivery, from the first, resenting any ill bred attack city, K L. Tanner, of McKlnnev, Dr Alvaajxj..u ju..Aia Ky. to Usurs coll lour mouths old. JIM blanlurd, Uucola Cu., will aa tbey sat there endeavoring to console that has been made upon him either bv corn, T. L. Carpenter and J. P Rifle, of fltt dark Iron grsj Jack, U1 baud, and old, Chief, dam Mtuaasaau Values, by MeawugerUulguta, 2.2C: Haglfsgs will bs eoaisr.d til aad front thsdsaot to luiursa cult four uoutbi Page, of Columbia, servs lusrts al $H tor by Akalde, (air of llylai, 2:JIH, borrow the malicious or envious. We believe thai Hustonvllle, and L F ofrkarg.. hpselsl tbs fact la each other, but we fear they had to trad Annie All ruares eaMa d before progeny of ascertainedsbovs fr UCommsKlsllraislsrs.scromwodslloss k t I Fancy l7, 2.W, AC ,1 will uaks th acaaou ol no better man Uvea to day than Uv, Geo were in town Court dar. Ml Th Dar will all lb The felt lbs lu.ius loioe red pepper from Mr Green to make O Barm, but right or wrong (aud he cm Bowman haa returned from a three weeks at 1'ttunt 'oa', BrjtotMlll., Ky., st 118 toO. sjwsis sarpllsd with Iks ckslc.it P, wJKtciiiii.it. a uisj to foal. " kraads of llusort as Cigars. In Lincoln county. them come. visit to friend not be the latter) we are for blnj. 129-- tr " before purchasing elsewhere. The clerk furnishes me with the following list of marriage licenses isiued since last report Samuel Tyreo to Josephine McClure; Frank Brown to Miry Jane Fore; Oeo, w Cummin to Laurens Payne; Frank Mink to Roaallne Reiner, John Brown to Phebe Jsne Mason. Ms J John Canton, a popnlar and successful contractor on the It. C. It. K , ha returned from Virginia, where he went to get married. Mr. Canton lias made many friend since he ha been In this county and all Join heartily in wlihinghlm and hi to bride much Joy and success. Here them. Mr. B George Prtl, who ha been staying at this place for some lime past in the Interest of the Oiley Stave Co , left this weik, to the sorrow of some of his creditors. He took hi wife and child with him and said he would be back in a few dsy. Ills plunder was shipped to ht wife' full er in Kansas. Circuit Court begins at London Monday, when theSIgman murder trial come u p. There is a large number of wllncssc. and if It Is tiled will consume about all of th first week of the court. James Bishop, one of the men accused of the murder, is in the London fall, where he waa removed from Lancaster last August. Dnlel Pavne. the man who had the 'at Brodhead, died this week the small-poThis I the best thing he could have done, If reports are true. He is reported to have said that he would scatter the disease all over the connty Just a soon ss he got well enough to travel. The negro woman at is saiu l'ine lull who had the smati-poto be Improving slowly; no more cases at either place. Col. Sara. M. Burdett haa removed his worldly belongings to Lancaster, where he will reside nearly all his time He will be in Mt. Vernon once or twice a week. Mr. and Mr. W, T. Brook have returned to Paris after a few day's visit at this place. Their friend are alway glad to them. Mr. F. L Thompson ia in Louisville this week Mr. L. 8. Jones is In town with hi littlo daughter. Ray. at J. J William' x J. W. Brown and Hm. M Burdetl compose the new firm of Brown A Burdett. Dr. A O. Lovell y he has no new from the paper that he want published Cpt- - Jack Adam it betittifying lite house by having a fresh coat of paint applied, Other should do likewise. Messr. Jack Adam A Son have ust received a new and large stock of Spring goods, which they propose to sell at price astonishingly low. They Invite everybody to call and examine their stoca and price WE ARE READY! -- WITH- Men's, Boys' & Children's CLOTHING! -- xisr ABUNDANCE BRUCE. FIRE I ASSORTMENT MAGNIFICENT! Correct Styles aud Lo.w Prices. WlEN & -- GO. INSURANCE AGENCY. CJOTO-- Became your houw, or your goods, or your lire tock. or your other property hats not ben burnt or Injured by Are or lightning, Is no guaranty that they csKKOTbe. Don't you think, then, that It would b prudent to treure Indemnity In esse ucb lots or damage should occur T I oflrr you thla at th lowest rstes obtainable In any Compsny. I represent seTcn snd you msr lake jour choice. JNO. M, IMlil.II'r. J. T. Harris' Restaurant rort- Ojstcrs, Ice Cream, LlghMlrcail, Cakca oral! kinds or n hqnnro .ileal. NOTICES ! Neither of ua baring the time to nttend to the collecting and settling up of our old Bra builness, we bate secured the service or sir. M. Peyton to attend to It. lie It authorized by ua to collect snd receipt for all account due us. ST.ASAPH HOTEL. W. S. FRANCIS, - - KY. ' Farm Fort male: d rd - J3l-U- Ken-luck- Ucl'urnislicd and Kellttcd I ISI-l- jr 100,000 FOR SALE one-ha- lf store-roo- m Commercial Travelers u. WooL sMsMgfcT--a-- con-ul- HEnTf Thursday, April well-bre- 1883, d CHAMPO! 1 carefullt-w-Iscte- Through Trunk Line AT THE Miss Julia A. HUNT! of I,r well-lis- ped IW-t- Now York Company DAVE YANDELL SOUTH & WEST Zincs-vllle,0- &knJiffl VT a 1 E. V'FIorinel." JOS. SEVERANCE, - x nnTiTCnv c ari . Ul-2- ni Abdullah Messenger! W. T. GREEN, JACK JOHN ly W-- H f- Groceries, Hardware, Harness t;?i jr.-vm m " rntt-iiel.i.- Mst-tingl- and Saddlery, WAGONM. !., yesr-old S.-- I in,.. PLOWS 123-t- s.weu. " Ti- -t bs 1 .!. 1 MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and er Fancy Boy! VisJvJ& Propr Jliu.J-JfaiHil- i:i, ld TWO 001 JACKS. li ..,. 1M-- IUtartte Vn!' rluto cravat of mlmstorhl proportions,' hsnds incaitd ia tho glorci, and wm so polite and gentlemanly that, rclly, I thought to myself, I could not pouibly Marc 30, 1883 (lad any ono who would snit mo better Friday MoraiBg,- 'for n Awarder. Ho was on n visit to tho city so ho r.orir.t xc.iT.isr. aid and his principal object in tho seLonely end eweel violet (it lection of a boarding placo was privacy Th meadow weed among. and good society. Ho was a church-membOct norn a ro ihephtrd ntlJ, and kept very early hours. ITo Ytlth careleae heart end Idle tread. ras very fond of children, and would Came by, Came by bo happy, it I had any of thoso dear The raradow laode til rang. creatures, to instruct them in any littlo " Ah P ttl J tb violet, " would I ware accomplishment, such as drawing or Bon eUtcly garden flower, music, as an agrccablo manner of pass1 bat I might gathered te, and prtd Altogether ho ing his leisure hours. One 11IU bear la her awcet bruit. . Ah, met was n perfect model. Ah, met Fanny happening to run in just then, Only one 1UII bonr." tho young gontleman took her upon his On came the roey ebepberd lata, knee, and they bccAmo friendly at once With heart that Idly beat, So, somehow or other, it was all settled And crushed the Tlolet In lb graa. I in a few moments, and Mr. Orlando Al It only ul.1, " How weef " How weet," It laid, with fainting moan, berts had agreed to Itccomo tho occu" If I ninat die, to dla alone pant of my apartment. After tho busiFor ber, ness hod been entirely settled, ho beFor her To die al her dear feet," gan to chat with mo and Fanny, ord tho other children, who had made their HOW UK TOOK A JlOAJIDlill. ; and, whilo wo were conversNow onr houso is quite) n largo one, ing, the hours passed so quickly that it nml, besido tboso npnrtmcnts ve lilcU vo was dinner timo before I kno it, and, occupy ourselves and those which wo Psalter and Brother John coming homo, dedicate) to onr rucsU, thoro is a very they were inlroducod to our ntw boarder, uico little room on tho second floor) and insisted on his dininjr with us that seldom very day. Ho accepted (ho invitation which no ucrcr nso and very sweetly, and Auid that, if wo were enter. One morning, when I happened to willing, ho should bo most happy to enfeel in a very economical mood, I be- ter upon his now quarters that very thought myself that, ware this room evening, and would send to tlio Astor furnished prettily, wo might just as well House for his luggago tho next dty, as as not take a boarder there were such ho was somewhat fatigued by his jour numbers of advertisements in tho paper ney, lo this proposition no unanifor just such places. So many single mously assented, and then all sit down ladies wished " board in a private fami- to dinner, Mr. Alberts saying grace at ly where no other boarders wore taken," its commencement, aud expressing, in and so many single gentlemen pined for tho conversation which ensued, such ex "tho comforts of a home," that Iliad cellent sentiments on nil subjects, that no doubt we could suit ourselves we were absolutely charmed with him. cry soon after the incul was finished Accordingly I broached tho subject to our boarder pleaded fatigue, retired to Psalter at the tablo that very evening. his own apartment, and Ialter, John Psalter only laughed at first, but, when and myself, a littlo later, set off for a was in earnest, ac- concert which wo wero very desirous of he found that quiesced in the arrangement, merely hearing, leaving tho children in chargo stipulating that neither maiden lady nor of Uiddy, with instructions to put them "gentleman and his wife" were to be- to bed at 9 o'clock precisely. come inhabitants of tho "How do you like Mr. Alberts, my my choice was limited. dear?" I Baid to Psalter, as wo walked A single gentleman I must have, and I along. "Tolerably," replied Psi- l- ; "ho was determined to bo very particular about him. I consider myself a pretty seems to be a very excellent younjf iood good judge of character, and I resolved not particularly brilliant, but very worthy and io select on intellectual, moral and " Well, it is better to bo good than tc person, or to giro up tho idea bo brilliant, is it not? " I remarked. altogether. "Hut how do you know tUat Mr. AlTuesday and Wednesday passed withinquired John. out any answer. Thursday brought a berts is not both?" "Tljcro a latent lire in his eye, a supyoung man belonging to a fire company, pressed fervor in his voice, that tells mo who stipulated that tho members of bis ho is truly great. Of such men wero "machine" should bo allowed tho privimartyrs made. Emma, did you notico lege of meeting in my parlor once a bow he said trraco It was week, as their engine houso was out of actually grand." order, and likewise mentioned that ho "That remark of his about tho digalways took brandy instead of milk in nity of truth was really flno," said his coffee. Psalter. "You may bo right, after all, To this gentleman's proposals I was John." obliged to answer in the negative, and, "And ho is so kind to tho children, on Ids pressing tho point, to inform him and so very amiable," said I. " I am that tho reception of the engine com- suro we shall be delighted with him." pany would of itself be on insuperable And wo wplked on together in tho most obstacle. I did not thjak it prudent to add amiable mood. that his appearance and conversation Tho concert over, wo returned borne, to moko me desirous of his did not tend when, to our great surprise, wo found society. Although I thought so, based the children still up, and in the parlor. my qbjectioii altogether upon the firo "It is not my fault, mum," said Bid company's expectation of meeting in the dy, when I Bpoko to her ubout it. " The parlors. gintleman got up after you was I had said enough to offend my visitor, youngand has been ployin' with 'em all gone, however, for ho thrust his head forward the evenin' ; and he sent me out for turtle fashion, and remarked that I bad candy for 'em ; and then, when tho fun better not "say anything agin No. 210," was over, he read 'cm a chapter, and might bo "hopping glad to bade 'em say and that I their prayers, for all tho havb 'cm meet in my parlor, for for all I world as it ho were a minister." thought myself somo punkins, I was " Oh " said Fanny, " be is so sweet 1" only small pcrtaturs," and that No. 210 They talked nbout Mr. Alberts all t'jo boy were flno fellers, and I'd better not timo they wero undressing, and their contradict him sa ay?' and deported, admiration confirmed me in my opinion. leaving an odor of bad cigars and stale Children always havo such penetration I whisky behind him. The next morning we all arose as tnu- My next applicant was a maiden lady, al, but Mr. Alberts did not make bis ap who desired accommodations for herself, pearance, and Biddy informed mo that a parrot, a kitten, two poodles, a monlie had requested her not to arouse him key, and a cabinet of niineralogical specif he should sleep late, as he never took imens. Of courso sho did not suit me, especially as she was very particular in breakfast, and was very much fatigued her inquiries as to my servant girl's ca- by his journey. Sol cautioned tho chil pability of washing and attending upoD drcn to keep quiet, and wo sat down to tho tablo without him. After breakfast )kxx11cs and parrots. tho gcntlotnon started for their places of Closely following upon her i camo business, and everything proceeded as a gentleman of respectable appearance and plausible address, with whom, in usual until noon; but still Mr. Alberts benpituota pair of very wild, singular did not make Ids appearance, and gan to feel rather surprised. even, which protruded beyond the lid It was about noon when two men, until they appeared to drop out into his checks, I was mightily taken. In fact, stout and stalwart, and wrapped in huge greatcoats, knocked at tho baoment ."ho arrangements were nearly concluded, door, nud, before any ono had timo to when, to my horror, I made the that he was a professor of spirit- open it, stepped into the entry. "Beg your pardon, ma'am," said tho ualism, and a speaking and singing beg your pardon, but is medium ; likewise, my eyes were opened first to tho singularity of the gentle-man'- s there any gentleman by tho namo of at once eyes by this confession, and I Scraggin boarding hero?" Ho had dear little- mowt delicate of 1 Motnl tlirre in rteilect n.ioiiinnioni ns the,' pronounced these word, and placed, t tho same time, two stars upon tho bnsoms of their coats. "What could it all mean?" I tlmturht. "iou loo surprised, ma'nni, said the first policeman, stipposo that Mr. AHxrts camo the good, interlertooal kind of linly over you, didn't ho? aid his prayers, like a good boy, and all - "I ch?" "Ho certainly seemed a very good person," I replied. "Intact, 1 see no rcaion to lclievo him otherwise." "No?" replied tho man. " Je-i- t look Hint, round and see if you miss anything. Is curious if you donX" It Ty I apartment-Consequentl- y ma am. Havo you conn too your silver, or seen your jowelry Ihii morning?" said tho man. Oh, what a start the words gavo mo I I flow into tho back parlor, for, bo it known, that iu certain drawers of tho book-catI kept my silver forks, my surplus mouoy aud several articles of jewelry. Tho drawers wore closed. I tried them. Tho locks were broken, and tho contents gone ; and Mr. Alberta tho amiable, virtuous, pious Mr, Al berts was tho thief I It was his particular forto so tho policeman told me to imposo himself tionpcnonswhoadvcrtiscd for boarders, as a conscientious young man, and, after insinuating himself ni deeply as possible into their confidence, to tako French leave in company with their valuables. I discovered afterward that during Biddy's absence for tho purposo of buying candy, Fanny had innocently revealed (o htm tho contents of tho book-cas- e drawers, so that his task was rendered comparatively easy. Oh, howl felt I how provokod I was vith myself I lint, between yon and .lie, it was n great consolation to know ;!iat wo were all iu tho samo box al- .hough John, who expressed such an :xalted opinion of tho aniiablo Mr. Alberta, declared that he had not lwen deceived for ono moment. It was a still greater consolation to get our forks back again, however, and to receive tho news that Mr. Alberts was a resident of Bing Sing, which wo did in less than a fortnight. P. S. I havo como to tho unalterablo resolution novcr again to advertise for a eiuglo gentleman to Inmrd. o "MiManvthina?' "lcs, Ono of tho best things Mayor Chase ever did during his several terms of office in this city was to no his personal Inflnenco nod official power to stop tho wanton murder of tho crows who swarm into Omaha ovory spring and fall to feed on animal gatbago that accumulates in our streets and alleys, and on tho broad bottom lands upon which this kind of matter is enrriod by water or otherwise. Col. Chaso did this on both nauitaiy and humane grounds, and tho act was alike crcditablo to his head and heart. As a sanitarian tho crow is a very cfllciont servant of tho publio health, and it is pleasing to noo tico tho growing cordiality of his to the city, where in former years ho was treated as, wo regret to say, ho is generally treated everywhere iu our country, with snch destructive cruelty by tho ignorant knights of tho shot-guTho pcoplo of England and Scotland do not inurdcr tho rook. They foster and feed him. And ovon heathen Japan disease-breedin- ran crioir ah a itAxtrAntAx, SEEK health and avoid sickness. Instead of feeling tired and worn out, instead of aches and jviins, wouldn't you rather feel frcslt and strong? MOUTlTliltY. IT. trTortlwiT, eetry Punday morning and third. i"ryr Meeting my Thursday nltht. Bunday rkhool t ou a, m. Any en wlahlng to buy l.umUr for toting, fencing er any purpni.ran ear money by getting Kef II C. Mottleon, Huperlntendent. It of utat onr mill on th Dumber farm, about two ATTIST RUT. J. M. Ilaccn. I'aator. Herlei mile (torn Crab Orchard nnOecond and Fourth flundaya, morning and rery Wednesday afternight. Prayer Meeting nt nr.i.viN noon, Monday Bchonl at 1 10 A. at, IL K. Harrow Huperlntendent. MKTflOBIMT, LUHIIKll OF ALL KINDS. ciirnrn iuiihtokt. a to. Blue-Gra- ss You ran continue-feelin- g miserable and good for nothing, and no one but yourself can find fault, but if you Frechngby Dr. J. W. Cot nnitoctn.l and Fourth Unl'l dare. FlundayHchool t offer lor rale, prtratrly, my farm of n Arrr at 1.15. Joe. Hcmanc. huperlnUmdeaU land, with a larg brick and of eiiellrnt blue-g- r nilKHi.YTt.KI AN. HtlUTil. HT, I. train rMlutncrcuiaMne!, or ten rronie, within 1 roy, paator. Hunday Hchonl al I.M. John W. mile of the new e(anrnl A rrrarherttlll pit. Honl, Huirlntendnt. Onion frayer Meeting on New orchard, freah and medical water In abuni, Including a neat dance. Iinproremenla tenant hou. In gra'a., TOO acre., and balanr ill. labia. Tlmlier abundant. Church and achool-hottnear by, and th. netghliorhond uneXrelled. Ill not often that tuch adealrallafarm laloraale. Till perfect. Aitdnaa mo at Hlanford, Ky,or call on me al th farm. 138-- 1 jr-if MKS. NAKAII COOK. HTANFORD. KY Farm For Salol ClllllirflAN.-Worahlpbr- tba congregation ". OPERA HOUSE. I. WALTON, - 1 S03. W, - Proprietor. arc tired of that kind of life, you can" change it if you choose. Tho Ginciiiati News! A DAILY understands tho character and usefulness of this black and beautiful bird. Tho Jhptilar Science Monthly says of the libel ty tho crow enjoys in that country, as follows: "In Japan, owing to tho gontlo behavior of tho peoplo, tho crow has full liberty to go where bo likes. As a the densely populated cities swarm with tho noisy fellows. They repay tho kindness shown them by acting as scavengers. Every bit of organio matter, which in decay might polluto tho air, is seized up by the crows and devoured ; and thus is it that, by this and other means, tho dcath-ratin theso largo cities, under the hot sun of latitude 35 deg., is lower than of Salem, Mass., for example, in latitude 62 deg., with its reeking bodies of filthy water." As wo get our best lessons in tho treatment of tho horse from tho Arab, so we fiud the best examfdo for the treatment of one of tho moit beautiful, intelligent and useful of birds from tho heathen of Japan. Omaha Jferahl. o How? By getting one bottle of Uhown' Ikon Bit-- r nits, and taking it regularly according to directions. MaiufitlJ, Ob 3, Not. 6, till. Gtniltmtn : 1 bara lufftrrd wliH pain In my al Ja and back, and crrat aommt on nvbrtatt, with ahoot-In- f paina all through B. tended with artat weat neat, deprts alon of apirita. and lea of appehavy taken aertral different tite. I medicine, and waa treated by prore. t, Inent phraldana for my liter, and apleen, bat I cot no relief. I thought I would try Itrown'a Iron Itinera: IharanowtaVenonaboiiU andahalfandana about well pain In alda and luck all gone torencia all out of my brraat, and 1 have a good appetite, and am gaining In atrenrthandfleah. Itcan jimlybe called tU iinf qf mtjKlmtl. Democri-ti- o Newspaper! ratt Bit of Stage, 201)0, l:ihl miu.'et net ol Fernery Heating capacity. Including gallery, too. Reaaonabl tatea to good attraction. Addree a alar. Ia publlthed to tuUcrlbera at the following 11A.M2H orHUJHCUITIONl ROBBED graera er annually robbnl of their Thonwandaof IT 00 Daily and Hunday edition, oo year 4 Dally and Bunday edition, all hiootha 1 00 Which poalllrely aud permanently eurea ftiiiio-- t Dally and Hunday edition, thre month any In adraoco. All lubicrlptlon Intarlably riirw, (cauaed by and alldltra-e- a kind,) til low a that An eilr copy ol th paper will l mailed free am' II Abuae, at loaa of energy, btaot riuenrcof foronayeartoany prraon who will rait a cluliol niemnry, ualfrreal laaalnide, pain In In back, ten annual tulMcrllrr at on poatoffice, a nd fordlmneavof alaloiuprrmaluraoM age and taaoy ward their name and addrrw, together with other Ulaea-e- a that lead to conauinntlon and a preHY CAHIUKU T"ieod elrrulara with cent per week, or matura Dally and Sunday edition, IS frr by malt. Th 1, VltlOltATOH . renta net month, payable to rattler. la told at II r Iwa.or tlx Imxea lor U. by all PRICK BY HINdLK COPY tent ftee by tnall, tecerely Two rnla drugtlata.or will I -Dally edition .Hunday (double site) ....- Thre e nta pealed, on receipt ifprlrr, by addretalng V. l'llt..tfkV, nfwedealera, newehoya or any Agenla. carrier, 113 Adaraatlreel,Teldo,Uhla. one nandllDgTIlK NEWS, arnn,ulred to tell th Hoi agent for th United Hlatea, ll-- I jrj paper la conformity with th alura rata. Al.'ll H, Cincinnati, U. tir miiu happlnrttand nrallh by ut of lb great tlrllmt. Urea prolonged, GERMANINVIGORATORI rtlfclir, tteaol elf fr srnll' in ar. - .... J. Till: John K. Aliindm. THE WEEKLY Will b lMue.1 by tho NEWS! Oo. Brown's Iron Bitters is composed of Iron in soluble form; Cinchona the great tonic, together with other standard remedies, making a remarkable tonic, which will cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Malaria, Weakness, and relieve all Lung and Kidney diseases. Cincinnati News Fnblishing r.rxcoz.X'8 kixdxes.s of heart. In tho year 1810, R. H. Randall, now a veteran in tho land department of the Burlington and Missouri River railroad, located in Lincoln, Neb., commenced learning tho priuting business in tho Spiingfield (III) Journal office., then Ho managed by tho Francis Brothers. arrived in town in tho morning, and was taken to the printing office his clothing packed in a small-sizetrunk. It was a time of great political excitement, " enthusiasm was at its Tho "log-cabiheight. The day of Ids arrival tho Whigs of Chicago camo in, bringing with them d n I 1 I a schooner on wheels, and made their headquarters at tho Journal office. When tho great convention adjourned, tho Chicago delegation loaded their ship and returned homo, carrying with them, by mistake, the littlo trunk of the new apprentice boy. Ho was not long in discovering lib loss. It was his first great misfortune. A good many miles from his Schuyler county home, and among strangers, tho ioor lad sat on the sidewalk and bewailed his loss. A benevolent-lookingentleman camo along whilo the boy's grief was at its height. Placing his hand on Dick's head, ho said : ' What's tho mattor, my son? " " Matter enough 1" suld the boy ; " I'vo lost my trunk and all my clothing." " How did you lose it ?" again inquired put it in stranger. tho tho front office, and them Chicago fellows must a took it." "Well," tho gentleman, "don't cry; I'll seo if I can't get it back for you." Taking the name of tho boy and a description of the littlo trunk, tho stranger departed. Within ten days tho missing property was returned, and Dick Randall's heart was mado happy. Tho stronger was Abraham Lincoln. In speaking of this incident of long ago, Mr. Randall says : "My lovo and veneration for Mr, Lincoln havo never falt ered. Tho man who would thus interest himself in the affairs of u strange child must have a heart in the right place, and Abraham Lincoln's wholo life proved that it was thus located." I would stato in this connection that, during Mr. Lincoln's occupancy of tho Presidential chair, Mr Randall served faithfully as Assessor oi Internal Revenuo in one of tho Central Illinois districts. T. J. Pickitt. in Chicago Tribune, d g kind-hearte- d TIIK QVKKX AXU Tilt! UOVTOKS. By tho unwritten yet immutablo laws of tho Spanish court no ono but a Spanish physician can attend tho Queen of Spain. When the illness ol Queen became dosperato her doctors called in their German collcaguo in consultation, but told him that ho must presenile for Donna Mercedes without seeing her ou their report of tho symptoms and condition only. Dr. Kisbcrt declared that it was essential for him to examine tho patient before ho could remedies would be efficacious. This, however, could on no account bo permitted. Ho then suggested that ho might Iks allowed to see her through somo open door or window without approaching her or even entering tho sickroom. That concession, too, was refused. "Then, gentlemen, I can do nothing," was the reply. "I am willing to prescribe, but I can hardly do so with good effect without personally inspecting tho patient." Ho wroto a prescription nud then left the palace. Three days later the fair young Queen was dead, but tho laws of Spanish court etiquette remained intact. COMPLETELY SVJKED. Ho sat down in tho half of a scat in a railway car, tho other half of which was young lady. occupied by a pleasant-faceHis first question was : "Pardon me, miss ; but is your name James? I havo a cousin of that name, whom you greatly resemble." "No, sir," was tho reply; " my name is not James. Hut, pardon mo, is your namo Zino or Copper ?" " Zino or Copper? No, ma'am," said tho astonished man. ' ' What led you to suppose I had such names ? " "Excuso mo," was tho quiet reply; "but I thought certain you must be first cousin to a brass fonndry." Tl'o man fell over two scats and kicKednbira cage naif way aown tho car iu bis haste to get to Uie smoker. A. TOO Mor-ced- es --MARfc A ffajrWft. rvh itwoM, v1m 4 alt IM (WAIN for prtWUrt ffi1fr rOHSHEK A MlttAKt.N. UUatt. UkU. a4 tht rfeaWtt.rvte.1 CfitrrtaHrtcllUtnli TWAI- N- Afflicted, Attention DR. GANN'S REMEDIES! FOB THE MILLION. UANTJFACTL'RED KT W. K. OiNN, M. D.. y "HI rater I the reulrrturnta ul lit lead lit. It will thoroughly dlacuaaall lit qurailoi. ofthe day. II will git jjrtlralar attention la tbfthrriugf tlien.wa Imperial car will b taken In compiling the tarloua market rrporta, In guodta rpac will m the luteteat of lb farmer, and detoled t" fgilcullure. (Irvaral lltrtatur malteia fitted fr Inn lainlly tlrcl will rarloua Tht prep' ration la pnrelr veretatdi. nd freo conprlM an Important drpiliufnt ol th jumper, management luao from all ittlet, riou or danaorou. aunatancr. and and it will b the purpuMo'th . I.niig an ki un ly 'aiifwurtna edit and publlth llie'lbe Weekly Neat aatoroni-turn- d rroin at humantj am ay.tent. not nauaeattng to th Ittuaud make II a welcome tlaltvr In eiery tba mint 1. lh ate aionvai h It ta children will teka and houaefeeld. II aa readily a tber wm niolane., which ahoutd Tb Weekly Nwa la a largx uarlo, toafalnlig It to every linuekrrt.r parent can altiy-focolumn ofreadlug matter, printed on a apply it with aafety antt aparklinar trn, riappr a fin article ol calendared paper. f.cea. ami Joyooaaplrlta will unron loualy exprrM It I put nly mordtr to reach all claaK,ll will be avid at the the frallluila or 111 lallllle alonea.totaka th op In He.-aaeortta klllrr that following low Iwoanrw aatela, and aold by dealer al twnly.DT Try 11ATKH OV HWSCHIVTiOXl cent. Manufacture.! hy r. A llodoropy, on ytar.. ............... ...... .....I I 00 Ujyiew, tan JtHin Wr.tt, Kth atofBc, A club of ten cople. mailed Iu on OU .. ... on year... For aal In Htanlord by Pilar A McAurraa. A club of twenty cople, mailed to on po.1- . . 17 00 -office, on yer A club of thirty cople. mailed to on puau 21 00 office, ono year. A club of forty cuplea, nulled to on poat90 00 . .. office. one year And larger ciuua at th nt of 7 cent per copy per aonuut And In addition, ThtWeckly Newa will l ma jrarto any petwn who will rait a club ol twenty orroor annual auUcr brr at on puttornce, and forward their nam., and addrewa with th rcqulalt amount ol money, a per atnt table of rate. It la a Democratic paper, deented Io Politic. New. Nark. la, Agrlrultar and literature, and lcw of making It adfalr. will Ik edited wlllilh able Family Newrpeper. A a new candidate for public faror, Tba W cek. Nl icISfcvEBrME. I'DongRro. lultHII, HALL'S BY (JATARRH 13 EECOMMEyPED RH nlo PREMIUMS FOR CLUBS Will 1 dialrlbuted among tboa who obtain and aend to The Weekly Newa th tea largrel clul-- a of lull laleiuUcrllxta Irom any o Maby th let day oi July, 1MJ. Jfh aubtirlptloo In tbrM club will bo PIITinCIAKa MONTICXLI.O. KY. Tb world ta ailed with th wonderful, beautiful andlntrlrata Inrtntlona ol man, jet alt tba combined talent and genlua that tbo world haa er-- er known baa Barer produced anything that can compart with Dr. Uano'e Brmrdlea." Medical aklll and aclrnco bate, aa ret, lalle-- l to diacorer any thing equal to them, lor tb cur of tha die. Aa eaaea for which they an recommended. f Irtue and uae ara pralaed by tbouaand throughout th length and breadth ot th land, andaa (Standard Family Medicine, they cannot bo and are fully aubaUnllated by th atrocg-e- at $1,000 IN GOLD OME DOLLAIl ! PEE YEAH. . ana Catnrrti of tho Hoaal of trio Ear, Uicarntltal Oatorrn IHTLMHALLt,Cyo or nna Throat. It tnkon nets OIRCOTLY upon th Blood and of tha 8Btem. It MucouJlurf.ioo If tho tvot mood Purlflor In tho WOnLD, and I worth ACL that Io charged for It, for THAT alono. Cnrlty-Chroi OU1UCB Xi lill tttlr Fot Largral CTnb.. And wo offer Ono Hundred Dollars tor ony Onto of Cntirrn It will not Ouro. " Blh " TO 6th tcatlmonlala. WILL CL'Ili: ANY CAHli 7th Co.'l OClco of A. T, BrtwinT For Cougba, Colda, Croup, llronehltll. Conaump-tlo- n M ' lh Cntctoo, 111 , Juno 4, lrtO, f Lunge, and all Duwaacza ol tb Throat and SO th Xtnir: F J. CXrntttttCo., 7Wfo, O. " 10th tltntlttnm -- I utn rileuro InlnformlnT you Vug Dr. Ghhh's Cough Syrup. tUt I liato uaol Halt's Catarrh euro. It liM Jl.000 Tlal mmltTM- - 1 w aa rery had and don't liealtale to For Llrer ComplaInt,Dytpepala, Ipdlgtallon Jaun. tirrinlum muat Itwultiirrsnycaaoof CataiTlilf lakrci Partle. woiklatf lor tho al-die. Conatlpatlon, Sour stomach and all Bllloue Inrariably tend on dollar with each nam report- aay 'hat Yours truly, prvptrlr. Dlaeaaei, J. U, Wiimraroao. ed, and they ahould fit namta with P. O. and atnd money aa faal aa th. tulacrU'era ivortTit sin a CJaun'H IdTcr Cure. anobulne--1 Vhc 1I E. MntUT. Jackacn, Ulrb.. write mo all amount of money may Tauurti for Su yean. Hair Catarrh CurocureU For Rheumatlam, Neuralgia, Epraina, Rruleea and th Company' rlax, but amount oter ti muat be m. (VHuudorltvortiitiaoOa, tottle. Swelllnga-aneiternal application for manor aent by iolsc money ordar, check or by regla-cere- d t '. rta per bftttln. I -- sol 1 by all Drurclat beaat letter. Bend lor tprclmen ropy and then Manuftctnre.1 ait aold br F J CHKXtY & CO. aubecrll-- a for It. Addrrw TOIXDO, OHIO. t o. lTvrietora, Vho Dr. Ghiib'm I.IuluicHt. Tlllv ViLLKLY NKWH. 204 and 2tKS llaco atreat, Ctncinutl, Ohio. For ail In Hlinbrd by r.ony A MeAUatav. Forme, rjemorrbolda, Ilurna, Flatula and all aim liar dlacaaea, 4tli " ' 2d Sd ' " .(M0 la gold 2iO .. loo " .. W " . . SHL7 INIEHIJAL ty in Tim MAi:icirra:i CURE FOR ' CATARRH ., "j Dr. ...... -- iiottli:. ht Use Dr. Gann'ri Pile Ointment. IJIUcr-Hwecl For Freeh Cut, Burn, Ulcere and Old Dorca, THE- "I Use Dr. Gkuu'h Olutmcut. con-tinu- UgoDr.GHUH'riNtoiHHch Bittern A R.11,1,1. Tnnlr. Annetller and Blood Purifier. and alao cure Djpaepela. lodlgeatlon, Llrer Complaint. Malarial lerera and all periodical anaeaeea. oiaouiaciurru auu air mi. uj INTERIOR JOURNAL aBBBKSBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBSsBnwt JBwsjjanjw BfSMSSfJBfSfSyaaTJaTaTr' IXQUlSITItS WAXTEM. Sol proprietor, Monlleello, Ky. by ra.ll will recelr iiompt attention. W. K. GA3ST3ST, MT. X)-- , 'aBstS naawflwaleSflBTv 'flMtS IgKaBBwrsT JtA "All ord en M-- tt A prominent citizen of Austin, who drinks a great deal, went into u restaurant to refresh himself. After ho was tlirongh ho called the waiter and asked what his bill was. "Let mo seo," replied thd waiter, "you havo had somo pork chops, two bottles of ale and a bottlo of claret, Havo you had anything elso ? " "Tvo had the delirium tremens, but don't seo that it is any of your business," 'was tho indignant rcsponso. Galvctton Newt. KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. II. nr ri TUE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO And decidedly th Popular Routt, atTordloc, aa It dooa, leaa change and auptricr nccommodallone to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, HHSJSjyakaartwaajurflFv t 'hC-OVK- tflewiiJgfffffffffffoT' man' together; but, jut us I hadcomoto to tho floor above, whilo I sent Biddy to this resolution, I heard another ring t summot Mr. Alberts. Alter a great tho bell. Kuch n ring I Not u loud, im- deal of knocking, alio returned with the perative, abrupt peal, but a modest, information that she could not mako him musical tintiutabulutio'i, which betok- hear, apened an uuatsuuiiug aud "And what is moro, mum," she continued, " tbo window out onto tho roof plicant for udmUsiou. " A young gentleman" so Uiddy in of tho khed is open, and tho curtains formed me ; aud, after peeping in tho blowlu' out of it, and It seems us though glass to see if my hair was smooth, I there was no ono in It at all." "Tuko my word for it that the room ran up stairs. There was u young gentleman in tho M empty tho bird has flown," said tho parlor a tall, fair youug man, with first man. " We must unlock the door and mate straight, hair, combed back from b forehead with a rush, nd a sure, however," said the second. well-bred straw-colored became aware that tho nearest insano asylum would, in all probability, suit him far 1 xittor than my humble dwelling. So, with an inward thanksgiving for my rescue, I got out of tho scraps as politely as possible, and the " medium " departed. Then arrived three very untidy young men, who wanted to share tho apartment, and receive scholars on tho violoncello therein. After these, had departed, I declare I was quite out of patience, and almost resolved to give up my notable idea al "No, sir," I replied. "Noranyouo named Phillips?" in- quired tho man. "No, sir." "Perhaps his namo is Alberts," said tho other, stepping forward. "There is a gentleman named Alberts at present in tho house," I replied. "Ah I then will you bo kind enough to ask him to step down a minute?" said tbo first speaker. " Certainly if you will walk parlor I will call him," I said. into tho Accordingly, tho two men proceeded rnvDBXCK. A new boarder gazed fixedly at his plate, and then said: xalkesh. "Is there a reliable physician stopping TIME TABLE. IN EFFEOf DEC. 81. W2. Tho art of conversing is not cultivated at tills houso?" No.d. No. 4. fiOUTU. No... as much in these days as it was by our "Yesslr," said tho waiter. Lea. Cotlngtoo.. S 00 am 1 80 p in 100 pm 9 40 a in 4 10 p in ill put Falmouth. fathers. Mon who can talk well also "Good surgeon, too, oh?" Cynthlaoa . 10 60 a iu i M i U lOVapu 11 SO a m t Upn 10 40 put write well, and, as their writings have a "Bollovo so, sir." " Pari S3 p 1120 ti IS p tu Arr. Lexington. pecuniary valuo, they rescrvo their good "Thai just see if ho is in his room Lt. Lexington . II Up n 7 SO p UJ ll U put 1 2 21 p v S20 p m 12 iu aui Wlncheater. things for tho publio who pays for them. before I start on this breakfast, I had Arr. MLBlerllog loip u w p m 12 " Aahland..-- .- 7 21 p if Motteruich mentions iu his "Memoirs" a brother choked to death on a stoak Tuam S OS p m Uuntlngton.. t tact which indirectly suggest what a like that once, and I'm bound to tako all Noatu. No.. No.l. No. 6. good talker should bo. Ho says; the necessary precaution." Huntington Lt. Aahland- -. ... C SOa in " In my whole life I have only known 7 18 a in ' "Gkm'lkn," uaidtho old man, ML Hurling.. II Ma to 5 SO a m ten or twclvo ttcrsous with whom it was 12 21 p u I 10 I Wlncbealrr dat it am not safo to lorta an 1 pleasant to speak L e.f who keoptotho Arr Lexington lipu 7 00 a ml opinion on a stranger by do size of his Ltxlngton.... 2 Hi p m 7 15 a m IS pm 65 pm 5 00 p in lubject, do not repeat themselves and moid or de number of his hat. No per-to- n Lt. rarta. " 'Jam !ynthlana.. lUpm 10 12 aa iu 25 nm do not talk of themselves ; men who do in 4 4J P in " Falmouth. do number of mules in a can toll t5pm Arr. Cotlngtoo..... 0 IS p mi 11 65 a m not listen to their own voices; who are Hum by looking nt de stablo door." MAYHVILLK DIVIBION cultivated enough not to lose themselves Na. ttl... lAitn.tAnit nm. Arr. klara t Ilia S IOdui in commonplaces ; and, lastly, who posA smiikr uhv.iys run in ono direction MayatlllaCOOam. ' Lexington t 25am No. 10 " Mayttlll S 45am No. II " Parla S 20 a in. sess tact and good tasto enough not to ur another; but iU No. 12 " Maytlll12 40pin " UxlogtontSSiim elevate their own persons abovo their Ouuti is tho principal drnmntic :ouiitr No. runa dally, aud baa day coat hi a from CinYoulh' Vomininlon, subjects, Kana. Pullman Wo havo un cinnati to Waahlngtou, Ilcxllolog Hlecptra toto of tint earth at present. Chair Car wba Fella. W. Va. aud only at itatlont oo K. C It- - It. Hlo acting President, an acting Vico Presiwher tlm la glten. No. 2 run dally, except ANkwYoiik Joweler says that three dent, bundayi baa through coach Io liuu Initon. No. oacha out of every four meu who come into 4 runa dally, except Bunday; bu through to Ml. Burling and parlor car to Matttille. No. 8 his store como to buy, but only one Sous men's noses are like some books ; runa dally j haa tirgentday coach from Waahlng-toPullman Bleeir from Ktnawha Fall and woman out of seveu comes to a decision. tho moro immoral they are the moro ClnclsaalL Only Krlor car (rout Lexlng Son to dally, except Sunvisits to his top. No. 1 and lun One lady paid tweiity-thrud thoy tug. through coachc from UuntlogtoD day, and bate store before buying a $30 wutch. Burling. Direct connectlou at Lexington Thousands bear witness to the positive and UL with alagta (urhlcbmoud,Ky.,Lawrtnctburg,Kr., and VMHllle, Ky. curative powers of the Oreat German C. L. BROWN, To maks tho most of the good and tb( O. W. BENDKIt. Bold by Set adrertiMmsnt. Oto'l Faw. & Tkt. Aft. buperiotndnU east of the evil of life is the best philos0MJ oCoeg, Cotlngtoo, XTi Peony & NcAlUtw, Bustard. ophy of life. 11 111 "ro-mem111 Th North, Northwi-a- t and Weat. In fact, If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your lutarret will b LeeteerTcd by purrbaalng your tlcette rla K. C. and Cincinnati. ITralua each way J; I'ull man Falacel are; Elegant New Dar Coach, and handaouely furnlahed Reclining Chair Ore lorta tha unequaled eo,ul.nienle of tbta Old Reliable, thereby making a trip orr thla Un on ol luxu-rlou- a comfort and pleaaur. Try II. -- STPES-tauM- JOB PmNTIMG- OFFICE to nil kinds of Printing in tbo Boat Is Proparod do of Stylo and at City FiRuros. Try us. .... EDWARD WILDER'S Oum'b Agu. Dyiptpill, Uttr Never (alls t cmo Fvr ond Ague, InUrmlttlnt Anll-oilComplaint, litdiflettion, Cello and Flua. It vrlU Cuto Ceititiniu. 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