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Semi-weekly interior journal: December 21, 1883 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1883 sem1883122101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: December 21, 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. & $fcm WuUm Ititifinf mtfn -VOLUME S(ii-Mtth- lj .X.-NUM- BER JlO.i U STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21,1883. r i . ISHUUIIKU NEW SERIESr-NUMBER- l j08.. 3nltri8r8Hrnal rMv " . w. p. 7 1" I J t rutfn)tel rHerfny and Friday, 9,)() X2SXl I r;VO t73. wtuait. ' ' ANNUM Wkoptll rttUtlr writ say llm, s Irises. t3.S will , tc1irtd " It w hirt la "VSkSUl iri rr- - .li vrfWtmnxKK. mJ I ' "New, my dear," sM Mr. Bpeepeu-dyk- e eJseerfally, "bo Hvely. It4 10.30 e'eleek, mm! w Bwk'tWbtottAanh. Most steady dy W. 5 "I'm I" .Tefc.tteer," beamed tMir.iM tmMf r Mr. 8peope. where' llieray book? I haven't get tko pwyer ;Z "Whcro ilk! you leave it?" asked Mrs. Bpoepeadyke, turning oyer the volume Gi groat deal about rings bow- & .nothing very irood of them, ettfcir. I Ward of a rif g the other day rlia.'told'a story Ki laet, ltown story". Tlio ring Glistened on tho flngor of wkworBB tfcrUigh the suds la a tub. The lady of a certain Iiohso in thleoity had advertised for a laundrcs s to oome t fcer hSiwweSWe day. Th4rV asMwercd by a Beat, verttsoateai woman, When mMmt the l&Mlkrim had begun her work th lady uw. shining on a shapely liand, pretty and peculiar ring. 8ho roquostod the KiritoM ot looking at it. The wow an hesitated a moment, and than nervously licM out hur hand. --" Tlwt Js, a clvse rin'BaiiWha lady. . "It k," responded the kxua'dree,-- at aha tnrnejjber face nway. . wdted tin "WlAwMld J03 got hdy, tmtwMcnoJ, pjrluijH, by the manner of the wearer of tho riagn We hear raihwi-loolKw- en the table hurriedly. 4- I whore I left it, I'd strut right to that apot and get it," retorted Mr. Spoopeadyke. "I left it with yon. U? Can't yeiro, WWrp.dU member whatVo do with thing 7" "I havea't aeea it since last Sunday." returned Mrs. Siwopeadyke, faintly. "I kaow," sho continued; "perhaps it la "If I kew yiwt at aliuMklHi ra i"1 iH 1 4jlk(rJt ZriafafeaM MctiwMh ttst? Br 'i .j - i -- M.4 -' aunUr :JWHRrfTLrDla,5e o xo OTcr aco a prayer boojc chnrfcli all ' rfono'V Unt eo a 'ltray ci book li'kt op ito akirta aad ulrikooutfot the aaactuary witliout an enoortT 8'ioe tho diiTerengf aprayjicbook 4.1Q t 3 pn) ehey WiUIW ' S7 UriJAt an extended account of tho con aorw. "I struction and working of tho Sieiuem broBght it home aad gavo it to you. J. CHVHA1IK jWAIXMT MUHI'ltnrjt. electria railway at Berlin the 'Londor Where deyou kcop it V Wbat did you Tlio thno is riie, says tho Syracuse YjTimc mentions, a tint among the nd "Ug to awaah Stamlartl, lot a crusade aaiast mor ; do wiUfj Ut B'jxiee I' which tho elcctno mo'or liw aroKBd tttrosgh tlut acrrico witliont plibie. .! the BarooUa U ebiefly used vantoKee over aleam e oompressed air M passcn ksirkff" wltetbw'ttipy ore dawg tirt by women, it will be proper for men tc ger transport, tho circutustancq that uc AiOAtie'a creed or an act of OoagreMl go forth in alugiag and praying band heavy icachluory has to bo carried aboivl Sprkag around and find it, can't you beseeching women to atop tho horrid tgi, theraiu jfi motui, 1,11a carriiigt BaMeaad drnggtetato ooasgjH retero, aatvwg tiu) prcpafaliaa to conflaated Ilia redueiag telo'Mfjar necos BWrphiaa tuobriats.But, whatuveAbe aatwWTBioT l aasl iiilW ng al IM ea Bseaus oi,aeufung uioiru, wperajjsjrt to I t?io clirso of habitual indulgence in mor- built more cheaply than mual. uevora: know all tho ro-Opeopendyke. phine and opium U mnkjugjta. brand carriages, with a lyaamo moehmo, . apunam, and III holp-yettg Sometimea contracted upon society. joined to one train, and by thu yea, you kaow'emalL Whai tlnrlngiilliifss, ButuetlBiMr.tkwrFup to can bo distribution of motive power much abate a loaging for IntoxJeating liSiwrs, steeper incline can bo overcome thai ami 1 . wwut a jeatoltmes auoMou loHisynierroua aui- - wlion tho same bmla iadniwn by a Vingb board fence tortannheoloffieAl semiaaar. leftig'.jue sejfloai deserts locomotive. Xn additiou to the ordinary ThiiiV y'oa eaa find that prayer between Swm, aareot- - brakos, moans can be provided to short bow aad the qaJaoctiAlt "uowledMr aoay aee.i the machine oa the carriages, Bpoepeatlyke. "Got Wwseti JMavWetl By.HB ,ot Jhmisvinds. circuit cause them' to adfas very jiower and' to Toa sold the mmslr thisff for ehi hTigfiHrar1Uiem among hit ful brakes. Tlwuseof largo sUUouarj H& the eatriae rednoos the amount of fuol IIsto I bceu chowtng divino grace T jLjruJmlli.a cautioat uk.-t4-!iey aeoosnary to develop a certain )oner i. Uie fiorbiag;?., Where' Uut pr.iyl.i witched r tloii the truveliag carnage, and if watcrfalir book? Baale utttixiyl the cestpLwwkingithost: "before fdrt4er-uUhV- SHiways eatf II tdumred aroati and Mr. fywopendyke la a ixwmnmtiai iwia tjIUH' at- - semsriMJ4MiatW'raUwa.Ts cau 44 W&ta cpnjriifiho imitfdaen! thai le usotnlly ami cConomiciUly ooastruot-- d c breaUiiagJrtavib - Il 3 a atensfi tor aatser iieraon. to JjufUiUl tlio, traffic ia crowded 7rX don't aee tba se of making taeltj 4 t&aV'tho Uju- - ,i jtreeta, of in srtnatkms whtro local eir- Vr fuaso' riuw v21 hiori UiiT prftcttoeWesqirU cwBataaece favor tnoir appucauon. 1 sobbe4HH.Wie4BJMn4l M From aB that has been doao during Uie (adiffaant tears. I but tewyesxs, it is eyiilent that the nri of trft,ajoyttjg jower by electnoity tm Jyk. lrTul uoa t see any use rafieMy, pew rack. WffilMm. 8pooteffdTko.uio lUds't aayming 01 YMjffiKJUaMtf Die " moilcrh ImproveiuonU " in the It k rety iaaportaat, asid Coleridge, whala fishery are na rciuafkatlo as in that truth alioald 1m pat into its prohu sUktK Mtrle!iHo?s;Unotao genera1' Lie ahajM k ordor that it may bo k kioVrV.1" 6no bf tl5'rtt,u6tonotthy ci accused of being t lievod. I asi oit-enu occnunt ol Qaaker, becaaeo I aoldoia giro a dircc theso is tho jiwcUn-liomlwhioh Mr. Voy, of San Francisco, hai answer to aaadry qcstlosj but that Utcly sent to Im Xaturc. It comists ol arise from the incomplete manner ii. a Biotalllo cylinder torminatcil by e whieh they are pat to me. I un alsr tyMBMTBJfttfc,-- t Mm iinj wWeti ii soattUmes chargcl with pxsggeratlnp -- 18 AOAIK a toA v'ili a ery ttiarp, Wteiiwjnt. facts ; bat my accascrs acca to bo ig is neat off byioaSidf 1 noraat that truth U like on actor oa tin TMe roeilo kiad ol artpi'cbus rcatod oa a tkM ferli-"ca- t stage, who requires a little rougo tc mipport, and on tho tLoufdeT'of the make him look natural by gaslight. With the Fiaeet Line of , man who tires. At the niomuit of flr Tho samo rule appliea to everything, teg, a small screen lisos autonmticalh said the dear old sophist. If you aim at (to protect tho man's jwrson), and tin a target yon bare to calculate the div proioclilo goes oT. Tlio latter is attwhe. Unco and elevate your arrow to a cer" behind to a cord which it drftWTywt tain anglo, otherwise it Wis be'ow tin Willi it." "ifie afiot bo a good Oile.Jtht mark. la like manner au orator, wIil projectile caters tho Iwdy of Ihe whalo, wishes to convince, must color his re and the WU IIimi explodes, causing cital to tho capacity of his hearers. An pifeo of IrenHfl ojien ot, so as U) forn tetel&Kent jireaehcr should, therefore, a kind of double huok, by which tin accommodate lib discourse to his eon whale is held. Tho projectile la geaor gregatlon, elso he disgusts instead ol MK I hwUWa' French and Common Candles, Fancy Groceries, " JU wliat collego did ho graduate?' ally fired from a rowing bout The in convince. When Wlutctield told n akament is a powerful ono. Iu soim fashionable congregation, in one of hit "At Yale.'! . Instances the projectile could bo driven sermons, that there were'infauU in hell "Iuwhte4aMt" eighty meters, in which cam it and tlit not a span long, thoy shu'ldered and ' "Iathcla'iiof'75." , aord driwa oat weujd weigh Hot ji Uuu believed. At all oicuts, they received Ilaa b'u Headquarter here, aad bu Every Variety of TojtoGIaddea th j OW eded the faHatTkw for the tine, 11)6 "kilograms. Mr. Toy describes the horrible aanoaucctnehl 111 silence. m tho lady. could by uo moans (ctjfrom ITeirfa Ch ildren. tip to eeo him, a large, vol , tk)nr4ikHaa H; ivamerol therAlius-band- . striking incident in whichvery rarely at Hut when he preached tho tamo doctrine wliale (a kind to the begrimed, colliers of Newcastle, Tlio lady had Ikssu thnu unhuly of its tremendous their human nature rose against it, nnd tackod on like, parkaiM. and curious because Let r rintresaciirBKa u fgw) wi shM'at from'i anaM Btoi; tiiey pelted him oat of town with ccaIs. .tj. bi imwdnii woiia atearaer' wlitaXuito 'neti.y Tlb pwjeot And yet it is evident tho thing was at oW in omnthn, foud vairii Mo weat'ri)jt:ttirougii plrt of liie'lw. iuiu. (mn.niiinn and exploited leyond. Tho whale wi true ono day as another. inoniHin the story, and ono night ho followed tin irft THE DOOM Or TUB 1II30X. attached, bowoyer, by tho cord, and il , laiindreM to hur rooms in Michiglu dragged the steamer "four coiuv.cutiu That the American bison, or buffalo, whero ho fouud ou old clfummnU HiJ Lours, at a speed sometimes of fcixtccc as it is moro familiarly termed, 'it and Collegd chuni iniriiig over so'mo aeo kilometers an hour, though tho ungim doomed to oxtinctiou in time is evident; law Ixjpka, Ho works in Uit 1T4 result will be " a neoesearv wai reversed. Sunwt caufo, aflJTtht Jaytkae, and $ iyp hirftrBtoj ff viie. whafc'b'olii'g slUl lloly, tlio . cortrwai but that this bu evil" is geuerally acknowledged 'among Ono day Jw will W jtdmittfd to,tho bar, ' antlers in tho far West. Tho vast r:" Ur.i,JBl.o wiih6hhffl, ho.willw6tk . herds of bison that only a few years and vrhi tlusy ow'tiflt Sloy can afotd ki?z5x;i'j?j' j"" ixe roametl over the Western plains a i, jtrfftr WIIAT.K. XKI.UHO THVTHS. G. F. PEACOCK, Hustonville, Ky., f 'm g READY FOB CHRISTMAS, -- 1 Jewelry, Clocks, IVatchos, Majolicaware, Musical Instruments, '" Fine Toilwt Sts, Fancy in lindless Variety, Fprtriftv Jc. " d rTv" isn avo-uup- J ... oiid-lmi- In. COOK i tr :lXiistoii'viile? i . :.! I In "ui j aniAt'thb iWfViiT ,. .frkl, ' Kj . luortng-wbl-- cB T "' bIbco Has Specially- - Prepttrfe& .. ttZx-lAtrltl- Mafc - - -- ff r - ,ivaasijs.'jiiBiiia 11 bV-bs- Jidaado'ther "I '' eh "0. wa3i?ihrt? t ml ,..-fai ay 1 W M"tirfeiMfH taiit -- tf ft afforded wild sport and a huge income , ; bui oa ah offset to to tho i iTT MM V Tt this it should be. remembered that the -ljjngia P611 Stock of buflalo ie one of tho dilief aiaows of war I IjJ w .1 m with tho Indian tribes. Dennte tbeJ j Hi " ' red maa of buffalo, and he cannot, dur' .H lag midwinter eapdejally, carry on a m-iii . . i . v 1 1, ii . . raid. From th bison he uoceosfnl "! prpviniori, robes, and covering. Nothing so harassed and wakened . . Sitting Ball and Ids band, when driven over tho Canada border, aa the absence of buffalo in that region. When the And Every Other Article usually kept in a piratClasa., Qroccry Qtore. ,To last herds become finally annihilated, . WaaU.of the Seaioh he m Meet nothintr remains for the Indian but a '' ' Gederal Art)rtmeht of' aad agricultural life. 1 S . l '' .1 tw . IS !, Holding this in view, the extinction of 1h this huge nomad of the plains may a looked forward to, 11 not with aatisfao I ,. "SI til vinm i .1 IK I Hon,' at least, with resignation by the Which be will dispose of at Bottekj Figures for Cash. Come'-"rh-t 4eg aixirtsmaa of the land, and especially Jjy ntad. SupplytYaurselld . r fro&tleremea who havo suffered so the .. ..,-..,.,. i ...; H '' much at tho hands of tho Sioux and ' la ill Hit: lilt Id .i 'ill. dl moii. , other warlike tribea. At best tho bison, as a gamo animal, possesses merely U10 qnaiitlc of endurance, sua and bearing no more 'comparison to tho elk and moose than does tho mulo Turf, Pkld to the thorougbbrod. " J liw t?t!- mill 'tAr vvifi hide-hunte- 'for Ghtistriias, ry All 1 EflLiicvGrdcfeiles Mardware: ' Wjr Uiirlassware, Uueensware: te Meat ana, Lard, semi-clviliz- ' CHRISTMAS 'U ; ) 'i' GOODS, i.9- ..i. 1 1 H USaAZbKglaAb9Ht . and Farm. '''! v 1UO. 4 II , i'- - ttVmoUrl saV nfiuTTf'e" J'S&&MZn& lfowoi l'iot M I'm giag fW.T - keep Hf"wtlh TeHgteB'wftlHiaV apra; "J?. ,WfjiW3(l,Jrt.VMe:l,4l)ing flirts iita wj batrdeaeferBM itr-a . ,ueii file fatal eile ... i,t rt tllM'.'JfJ lAwuiartiyiii'Wvl'infMuisiqi.uB : . tw'dL'betw 4ffl&SBmXl!L iTrCaja . jr,'i,ll,r?.itmX..tTHtt9r0WJl wiwiftHVM6fiT-'iBo;'!: 'Jftbn jiwor a In a'atarUJlig May .wtier, - a)eM y y i ' ioofeHdyk0 wiatt aroiwif 'oa'aip lw like a top and knocked aver rami! Jar. T ' ''Watt a minute, my dear," aahl Mm. gpospeadyke, lookiag at him earaesUy, Tbea ahe weat bahiad hiu and fished v oat the fHWir' book. fee, growled "Got Whew 2 A3 jBrfeGfli W ''' waltaaywayJ,, " la jwk coat-tail "Hidl'tMW.lB'pcae., poeket, dar," arid ' ' . , !. ttfiMi."J"f ilolUr Nero was. vJaiVrteaWeisVi rfl Hot ia always, tlitdiing orouna, yoi store, anil there it was nip anutaek, I know, and I hjd a .tjiiu'litoa Ulat ho k oonldn'tjtetojrt o&dejgtt.so I thought Knight have taken a whack, at the sun. '11 hi ' h cornmoa bow tite Haglifttt BWf I'd make a bold strike for the Spiritoal-1s- t Very much obliged to yoa,-r.''- " seveath' daaghter of a seventh totoK to Bie4ViUyoeig Bwa.wha Tide time he went halfvay downor A ""M are prematurely round'ahoaldered r The stairs aad returned oa llJLUItla . T . walk wWi beBt kBeea aad a sort of oral a a desUnuai auoialiuabaad 0 photograph; agont looked up 4oad 'saw ' htta "i the whcro b Uto odvaiuaga o a uorsesuoe like wtrremee); 'Rider' of thaV-caUeeighth" WeadUlbf tie wlM ; ladies 60 door, aad sharply queried : , too, kr to be yell may be tBteceeted K .xiieutthe'dH "sVl-howe- " oeata; no geats; ring the bassaeat r. "Well?" ? U the abere'goes, to Uiero a know that tkia jagraeefaji aoarano4 shaded Mixed again I" pleaded the Uuiger. aituiaiug expert being beli,' I bad aa eJvwtkeaieatlL written aaatetTthe "liicyele baek(" is iKMaibility of baa ct,Skea4jtIWfkfcwJr&reman " Say, I want to aak yoa just oae more beaer.ef site pasrime that ooasis ia the iriaHag olee of the tbgWhUtie, Question." Now w tho tltee to invest year atoaey aad say he ts uSb, hit aay i 'A Why Oaa't 'Yei." , u "TiwNMtt pt'ooli is.,la ,IU Wghesi 10 a,lirowcfys Jroli, rreetor j.aj that you xvrita on art t TiuU'atha latest " Did yoa ever Jaad a maa a aolktr toj Uim,v aaya jumk suiey, iaaua wiowi irf ft,000iw0 years oVery traclrei-wato- i dadJ. ,01H'Iaay,aIoaa,ttel!l belp him oa hk way to OoIu&hmm to see bis' ign&rtUOsi? The'riiet iwaek h U will have duapraied (roai the globe. a ekreaab fcoat an old masrt''J "Goto -'' hk uyiagwUeT" tiusmoaa, but a sicoidiaad'saap atal'HeValot of obi aiMibetUMa layer el Mtevbakft vcrj Spoons "Never I Yoa are ttiiakmg et-oltiaiV, iad it S gBrally about "HuU it will be a uilghty dull seasou for boat art eataJegue byltasVte and those felDiogeae. Housed to sheM eat to every aiiade W4 lows, aad reid'esTaii ' ko it read well, dead-bea- t races. who eame aloag." that' all the paper eara.n Aad so I did, "Miied agais, by taaaderr beginning of hardship is like tin eesawh'lbenmi bj Tub oadiaalwutawoBthleoaldUUwhioh the maa ; aad aa he ptused down-sUk- s wueluMta kaow that U gets it Humfe froa first taste of bitter food it acquis for way the eat jampsd a wM the aext ho took great pains to set his loot yet, if there b CouutwM of Ohiuoou moment uuboar-ibh)- ; Aui ".io, ,Qm(U, skipped, oat of tbai dollar down oa eaeh step like a maa who Lad oae, aad hunger, vbo iu 1010 brought with her ,to Mpuli uotlikg else toaa'tisty our tore lively. I store aew of a khid aad found a flash friat Peru a supjily of l'wuvfeu bsrk take another biU aad ud it poiUe t society, aad bare I am. Fiwtme I. hot oa three taking itU u&aey. JMroU Vrut PreL a'oa. e5i "Ji Meace tho Beaaa.eWekiMW el Liuawu Vm.. SwioiMBdvko isbbed the IMwdoi pan la her eyes aatl btalked'iiowa ataire,' Ieavuig her liogo to follow. it k - kW j4vodJossW flW thoqueeu aad Uo deposit .give Jut, ptaaaa atalo whethec U111 VDln.nmttcr can take the ixjt, provided two pair asIppSelaie, say) wayap JK k Uv or BtastV feUeVtlajtae'.alstiiruja before you eaa Uud ia with the housu, (hat fa, iK ttm' goose. "iawhWeHmiH tho man fails to pall ken when tho turn u mode, pr does, a split m whqn,U fAkonVsWitea tho irall4K MlJ7the.i blnst shows ap a misdeal J iu that case, wl.at cluvaoa ia there lot eoreqt aaiwy biitts the 'card where llio'drill-holde- r 'nutMsun inndsTtTiMiiQoltMlBiii. nors ; " wncu a man "Jfie moki oij A eorrespouiLiuV oi tlie Silver CJlifT &$ OotBtfrlght'aloBg'kcd examine hia ateekiof- - 'i r--. , . bat s I 1. ntiu l a lit ViIfxoJ.il Ll I "Well yon eee-jr- m Uraaeeii and that '& praelica r u Bus(lo-Gagaming was it .aapojooa or wosupgioa contiuually ia appiieatlou v . crossed tho Alpst" -. BTeuau. course, "Napoleoif, of ' --, ""'i via- mK ndOTK oar abt. t "Jnst'BO thaaks. I was lrcbtiod I !' S r teU you wrltintf for the nepers is no I ;fie;cW-SXVifpthat way myself, but yet T know that V. Joke; aad don't you jast earn your 1 i Oca. Washington w,as always scooting ' S I moaey 7 ray good enough, bat it a too 'I IJ llll lull i.!i'!M vij "iivj'i; "i'i III around, and ho might have tikonlt in(o Blbw'BeUral-fumpeinto thfaUdag his head to cross Iho A3pi Qopjl-lay- ,' w niuuig uu oil, uuu erixjuuiig wu sir." .. flowers, whole art in ono lesson, patent Ho pass&l down'the hall talrty foe't prejoesa thoa I beaded rMMls aailid and thro returned and piwwsWdi. sitteVkVcfcceieV.aani "Say, doa't tMnlfll el me, but I am hofise; ft4a X' oanrSSod PmSreiue sUU IltlSfONVILLEi ullattxeur' Will mixed .! ' America and Duplex Elliptic-- corset; you answer me ono more question f" given Comber-Icia- l WvyPce,iTTaieiBgaai6a46rabiJJpecral,jittiM'lfdn " but I waa getUa iato typhoid fever and "Yes." Traveleu aad tbe'geMntl Waveling" publio 'llai"tiue liaeo( Tur&ottfc my head wit oil of a whirl, and one day " Was it Nero who commanded tho sun to stand still ?'' and the corset all mixed up, and they "No; it was Joshua." thought Td beea. drinking, bat it was "Ihadoniilea that it wai Joshua, . bmlqi b 1 sin 1 aaa pas aaak aaa .UM.tuwoomingima,, AiUr.that I but! didn't doro, PU.4l,w5?00'1 THB MAX WHO VTHB MIXpn. "Itcally, butl hope yon will exeuao tho intrusion," said Uie shabbjMooktog man, as tho insuronoo agent; looked up "You are excusable, sir. What. dul you'll fj-- O A CHRIS-piVlA- s u - i 'on wit w I wit vonwlsli" ,, J ,i v , ,,- -, rlaKbsr'VU'aEOns. Plows, ,; i. ' ndLlnixilnt;ntB..'' feyoneTartAciej foiuon . M! Glf ENS, . up-ta-- 1 M t D. C ALLEN. 11 .ii i rv .n.n ... wvmmvrr4.l,laS ilunotii .! . - .IlT 1 omr, tfp-too.- Successor (0 d F. 8. Kaufman,) makea a speeiiky of Haadguade, Btflteu aad the OekWated Aaiawn Badle. Full teek. of gaJd, Whif, Lap Rob, &e., cVe. - .t(j laaiH -- x te it t H t is iii.iil'l' A ti V di ti it ii -- L f . .. r'' I- .- fcr THE INTERIOR JOllRWI - wjiraaUy'g Bh - ")T I ry. Ktmd fPrluHuicnt . i j; I vkb1HkvA ' Bal2allBBlA'Vuii)''1L. icV1hBbbIbIbC 2BaBaHfliP!M ' B '1 saat-tere- d 1. I u k Ifp-te- p Sf 2BB& ,' feUwJW..' VJJBBSBBHWB rnirrsmrmmm -- sWlh ti atfr a-- .s V P eSrfP" .) H ttntl, w. "" &., DceeaW 21, 1883 r. wAiwt. Seol-weekl- r, EHTiR .'I J r l weeiiler upon the thM year of the first or eeleteeee i Jesse ki that fern hatts Wfn rItm to 6 yestertley, A jeWte twa year keen erati;thatr.Bae 304 BHfflW eleerMe Mat eat. ThU ha Mk h Dm reHteraaa white we are saMs- Sea with the peeaBlary reealtsof theSKMi "Weekly, ttie din reeee between ur ta bow and under Ins old weekly re- Dtw, h hardly mfficlent to py for the ef labor and trouble. Were It to be eVeiev agate, we eidWljr admit that we weaU eOek to the weekly, bat kaWag put look obt hind to the plow, we must not prras onward hepis that our seek bat mrt ehet Mied wishes will be realised to yeara. We here bo rijht resaplaia ertn bow", far we are dolne; al well aieeuld be expected Inn town ef this to tse, beside we feel proud to be able tiTeoarpatroMtwopaperta week, wben fcr ee aiany yeara a weekly w uaable to artlee here more than alx eaontbi or a year at a time We are fain enough (o tbJnV that we Issue a reaaombly good paper, watte we btlleTe all wH agree with ni that In at$yer year It ia the cheaptat are lie Stale. Jut think of It, yoir who to grumble at high price, we atad oat 104 Issue a year for $2, lee than e ta a conr. and we clre yon the men fresh aa it can be hid. At the low price which we hare fixed" on the paper, it Tewtmsoniblefer any body to think we .gnrA tn credit for subscription. We trust that ewi not do it and we therefore oar ratrea will boI aik It. To those who iave glreo us their geaeroB tuppert we -- On heart felt thaBk, and wish lfeeaa sad theirs the happiest of happy Tmiat PayeWe'aiMei M;eeeTite to thearaty aiteady at FraeMort'lhle week, Hot h well a Vrln. The hedy of W. horribly mutilated Ian, wae foimJ in eoedltion In Scolt county Three kob of Eliae Debwk, of Morgan cwty, Ky., aged foutleen, twlere, and eight were hakigeorn In a SeMAdU-pat- e are, wMeh the eWer hey'aertled hy drawing a reTetrer and ihootleghii yeMing- - J, er hretber,thregh tha-hear- lr" hs " aaot Me ex-ec- The republican SetHtora held a eaoew, and deeided to poeleewe the election ef a Pfeeideiit pro tempere ef the Senate ttetil after the helidaya. Thedemoeratte mbcih ha renoiaated the democratic officer of y the Senate. nominated two yeara ago, aa a matter ef farm. No fight will be made. As the caic etanda, all the awattina engaged in the Phccaix, Park murder, hare been hanged. Carey, who told the truth about the morder, wat awwuinated in lit win haa been hanged turn, and hie England manigee to make hanging a bari aeet matter. It haa been but a fortnight efoice O'Donnell wit coartcted. aim-pl- afB PAINT LICr, GARRARD COUHTT. u m Chriataaaaea, lit IV? h s h 'urai expesded on O'Donnell than the oceaaioo aesaaad. He took it upon himself to Border a bid. who deterred ittwe rjo.fss,bat itwaa murder all Ihe same, mm Va ku no more than atoned for it. It d he a coniumation deroutly to bn anebed, if our Iawa were ai certain to pun-i- a mvtdntrr'ti thoee cf the English. hare to chronicle one eery U they were. Tsxaxare many reaeoca why Loniitille ereakl,be ecleced al the place for holdleg the liraocratic National Conrentlon. It ia aeir the centred of pspulation, ia eaaily MT. URHOK DEPARTMENT. teaebed from all qutrtere, haa ample hotel seeeaeaodatieBa an J a hall tufficdent for tkmeftd bJohn t. fith. W.O. Uiatt ba 60 head of good feedthe ataerablin g of the large crowd that will aUead. Caides. no each conrenllon hia ing cattle for sale. Addres him at this -m, been bald ia . Southern city eintr ihe war, pJaoe. j aaeVftioThtpa- cbaegeof location ntay D. M.'Creae hae 90 mules for sale; also iVamntbn party's luck. Let LonUtllle 10 bone and 10 marts. Addres him at . v kawe it by all aaeana. ttl place, i The young folk are going to harj a "Wjs are glad to obeerre that Baadall at the banglog of O'Donnell and .l.nMtnffBitlDeaat various polnli to theroeehee to artnge hie death. vied W lather think there la more eyupathy ceeMed t vilin brotherhood ia ereatly in- - bI era-ai- Mr. William Oreen rold hia farm to Mr.CoreelUonfertw.OOO D. O.Staoghler htalhe finwt ditplay of Chrittmtatrix outaida of the ritie. Jaaon Shumate in eoinir to aell out toek. etock and barrel Saturday and will atart to Miwourl the firrt of January. Thererwlll be a CbrialmMtree at Wal ht of the 23th nntta OUrge en The young folkn are anticipating a gay time during Chrktmaa. Willi Adi rat, Jr, deirei to ata'te to thoee indebted to him, that all account on his hooka, set cleeed bycaah or notepwill be plit in Ihe bandt of an officer January 2t. 2nd. Mr. John Farki ia tnfiering with a car btincle un the back of hit head. Mr. Champ Sbamate ia quite tiek. Mr. Claude Ilolttea, ef Virginia, it t Wring relatire here. The futett time on record wa made by W. L. Wither, of Lanratter, better known ta "White Head," who wat here on busineet Friday. He came up on the train and expected to go back on the next, but before he got through with hi butieeai the train whittled and eme daahlng up. Louia saw that it wa run or get left, so he start flit ed whh hat inaThd and hia coat-tai- l ting ia the breexe like a aheet on a clothes line on a windy "day" But juit at he get to the platform the bell tang and the tia'n palled out. Louit pat on more steam and uch another race waa nerer reea. He ran a few hundred yard and saw that be waa not gaining, so ha tnraed back and said he believed he wonldn't goon that train. Uncle Billy Wearea gave him a fair start the next day and he woo the race with all eae. r' tbe'-nlg- K br fleots Mr.Brsek MiMlwi.'bwA wufWro,WtrtinoMt fir A do , ot Hour ehlirtJ by Ifcem. lbs eutt sroeimt fHe IS. shirrs bj rilhM.lfrcmJunsl.lfW to lbs., per of 10,000 1,504,115 IK tn vrek.lisslilMthtTbsnlrdto PtnTllls tt.OOO IU. Thlsdtes nstlntlndttks'r Icril trtt wblth li eootlil stable. nj Sblfh-rMlbt torn tndulfol In only to a llmltrd extent to rjt, simply irtm Utj mw htd lasas prepstaHMM Ut tas teow, that this wonM ptois ao eirtptloa to lb mild winters cipitlenccd for Ihe Ittl two or threo ysort. Boon, kowstsr, tbtvM Iks saow rtmsla a will U fcwdsjs loatr, Ih llnkllo sletf M numerous tad snnsjlcfis twsimlsf fllco In summer, (this eonpstlton It ntd from lbs ma ) stsedpolat of s MIiMtiulOldssflr sb sbffnce ofTtrl uoatki TMtla frlsodt snd rslsllTM la Vsetsllles sad McIioImtIIIs, returned boms this week. H, Irwla snd MeWlll dully sr boms from tbs bollilsys. JobneHttaw, wbols stlebllng tbe Reboot ot I'hstnisey si toulitllle, to tpsnd Chrlilmas st boms, will rsturn ram Piincin and John Faulkner, Cuitom-HsuDr, eraplo;et at Loultlll, estns np ttephrns sad Alex Holhwtll. of Ontralla, M , spent a day or two with 6sm llolbwtll Ibis wotk. Both wero lormstly or tbls tounlr sn4 wsni weM rears eo- - Pr. oHepbens has a in rrpulstaUon ss Mlsaea a peelslllst for lbs cure of stsnimerlat. Jennls Lackey, of tbls plseo, ted LllHs Uoodlo a Itcfthy fit- of Kew Orltans, bars retunied from II to Lexington, rarla sou Georgetown. Their ma ny Itltnda will be delighted to hat them amongst us dsilnr tbo holldsrs. Ckstley Kia It Met flomUeorsetown Celltfsto ipsodtb holidays. Chstlsy Is ptepstlog blmMir ror tbs Baptul minis try aad ws bar no doubt bs will prof t sa ointment to the proltMlon. Mlit Julia Olll haa re turned from lh anslnnall Center talory of Music lo remain a few dtjs. A largo number of our st udtnta abroad will spend tb holldtjt stbomo. Tbey are coming In dally from arery quarter. Miss SaHls Hopper entertslsed a number ol her friends but setnlsg at ber kem on Richmond tt. All were dtllghled with ber kind, boapltsbls treatment. OANHLLE. BOTLE C0UNTT. Etsos ft Fsirls told lo The. E. Wood, on Wednetday, 100 feeding eallbitupposed lo w,lgh hi tt,j TO OUR FATROiVS! Beginning with the New Year, -- imiii'i WE WILL BE- - BETTER THAN EVER BEFORE. PREPARED ! OUR STOCK, CONSISTING OP Groceries, Queens ware, Hardware, Tinware, Stoves, Harness and ;: ... Saddlery, . -- 18- Mwfc- from t,(0tol,100lbs,stte0perbesd. By far the Largest Ever Brought to Stanford. Having added a ,,, r" nr jr. wa4ed' af the Keysteae Bridie CW bae4f' failed we would like 'to to pat Bf thebrNge in time. liapoaitioo, but then Snow fell Tuesday night 5 incbea deep kaew what there erer wa or, ejer will be weaWet; haa been Tery cold ioc. of aa oawef AaJT JpedleVi ana the iatbaahape Seow at thi season of the year is taid to wast. be a great benefit to wheat crop. ie with profound aorroir that we -- Times are growing monoTOnous op r, that rrof.Erargelinea here. There ha not been a killing for the teneiable occoptntcf fseeaebsdyceso't shoot, two, wasJHi. eT the Greek Chair, in HarrflvDnlfeN by "trying to nnrry op ana cm someway, oiu Aocacas-ti- e 1 i dead. It was cauaed will loee her reputation for killing. fcemonnce hhr own name. Elders A. J. Pike sad Jesse Tyree.who lo a Tcry'aeaaible article the Yeraaille bare joaC dosed 4 weekV atcetfBg'at Free-de- a Urn tbowa the e ile of the credit eyeten Chareb, seed word taat they hare had aadl advocate that il aserehaata require a gtor1oaameeliBg; 54 addition!', nearly all atblr ieatead of ?ehv by ooeYeioa. XBIder Pike ta getting to be We commend the eeggeation to slaaost a aeesad Oeorg O, Barnes. ear baaiaeaa ajea. i.ju. nniisocaa iiiiiwsq ni vnriii-(- a Wllilaatbarg. Oeorge Fiih it Twe Court of Appeakhaa decided that Lex4asjtea for tbe holidays. Dm aet creftUef the raHrotd eemaahv- - home from thai the taxes aa- - MUe Virgte BeppeK has closed aer seaool auai ia aoaatitawonal aad that MtaeBallie WhlUheid aaealbj k Ie valid uti Bt(bo,p'l atPioeHW. 4e7tistrintoeL. (Utiera haa finished bee are .ThTeaeapaalea will bow haVe jo aate 'sf .' thit sef eral other esfcoobWhat wiaft ML 8Ur-Ua-f, TJlB IXailf week. baa materialized and it b a atoet The young ladle of the Christian creditable eheet. The people of iU aectioa ebareh wHl girt a sapperj next itaaasy eheuld, and so doubt will gWe it a liber- eyeamg at (he church. The, preeeed will al eep port. be applied towards refaralshlng tbe house. Tbe admtaiioa will he 60c for each person. tteres or cmriht Alt are refe4fuiryiYited"laL 'altead and Beth the Court of Appeal and the by so delG2;aeatribate somsjlny to oar adjew-Betill Taa- efeperbxOewt'jMT eosamoB Isnet, Utfaee aBBftffWilliamr, Fptafc Jem bail lor the laatder.W Maggie Adams, Ella Joplia aaMa Adam form the aemsaBtee. OaaTOer 9beete, wm fixed at S5.0W, 'fcUfa he Jaaga4.be (a kvU. BARRARB COUNTf BEPAhfENT. to aJTe which ha beea broaght agaiaat B, T. Lancaster, Babbitt, the aeap man, for 100,000 damage Born Iota wlfa of Pr.B.r. Wilter, ea tbs ruin a yoeag girl. to Itfa, a boy. or eeaeph-ltiaMm. Cost Plwss died la this covatr, tedtr, Bartliy W. HuSaker of.Baraaidr, ot eojuustplloa. Ky,wM buakoed out of $680 by rogue lllsa A sols Ctrrotl, of thli plcs, will It tnw who mat him at the Depot ia Cincinnati. of tkls eooaly. Mr. 73. Batemao, KaaBetal 8eretary ef A4as Is an laduttrlous, srotptroui yeuas ttrtatr. Tbs pwKaI esUtss of K. O. McLsta tod J, a3Loa44Tille ledge of Knight ef Honor, la I mm JMWi Wsds Wslssr wors tuld Wedssadsy sad Tbursdsr lefemWailag by Df. yr. O. Mootfomsry, recotrer, W. M g.Ubf , aaaey. Sauthem waata to Mlti JUUe McO(r. .of Lalastsa. U si- The CiaelaBatl pcte4fsarrlr8tsnir to spoed tb huSlisjs ebaagelU gauge feen 5 feet to the LvhMsKIs-By,rttasrWooMh. 4 feet, 8) JBohee, bat (be permUdoa. wUhMlff Mart vlltU with M1h FIomI Cost. MUs KeirtBeky.aad ortaaLaftekhHeiafhath MttsKsUUMwstl, oteyfSx. will bo with Mist TaanimiiT will bare t be abtalaed before BaJUo Andsrioa. Ti Uassstsr HopCtub. wblta bat Uoa Is itaaabedoae. xbtsos ots yotrt. will Its mo of Ibotr dKbt-- f Bartag Dm paet y ear the State af il hsfroaietu hops at Ik Masoa Hoiu os tb I1W.9W81 for tie pweeeatloa ersalsxol ths 771. Putlog 14 tbsy tTt for thaaeppertef lloatsftslsaisett, Ml of whlth wsretuccowfal, Uecttaiaale, t3,471.a 19 Ctuk r'trrU, fcrwsrly of this vise, rscsatly Meat kept by eammitt, and $4wx,3M Lsneultr Hotsl tit charUIet, iadudisg appropriation to of Atlanta, Us., ku leuod lb ctrrlsist, stock, Urory sttblt and bss urcbwtd aaykm MalstalBlne Idiots and lunatic ac, H will tsts MsMlon Iiauedlttoly sod will kapt by eoiamiltee, aud alto the cott of ftAuta'sli lbs otttkllibiusot with sullisly sw ovtatta a fawuoatbi. liaaaaertlag hwatiee to aaylam. aH.eiiill.iic of CavieUaJnTj(asdXJughtCthe benem to AsBroBriatloBa. Thouzh cssaiderably off fit of the aehodl at this place; a.II are invi- aVto attendCT1 IH, F eat who tariff queeUon. be baa beta tegqSi Track rsylngeo the K. R.B. K!'bat d be antirely ignored m imnont toV Jac, OaeJWe baa abowa hk good eenae by beea delayed abaat three weeksibr reason kinrJM BUckbWrr, It ca ApoatoU-deagophecle- Seed, tbo Utile son of Mr. K. eXKickols, O.un-t- y Oerk, I s Tery 111 with pneumonia, tklt (Thursday, morning. Mr. J. L. bUtlit Is attending to tbs time. tho buitnenof tbs Cletk's oSc Litems for Ibsmatrltgsof Mr. (Idea Uswk Ins lo Mlw Ntnnls Bonta ws ImuM by lbs County Clerk on tholltblnit. OothslWb, John M. Bailey aad Annie Watten cblalwd rapera ol tka lam description. Tbo young mto of Junction City sad filially sr ptrpsrlBt; lo gltts hep at th Trlbblo Hous. Friday nlgbl. Quits a nnmber of young people from tbls place will slteod. A general good Urns is anticipated. Bus A Minor sold tn Tuesday to Woodwsrd A ld bay geldBraiineM, of Lexington, a ing, 1 haada high which hai trotted la too. bt tSOO. To ssmo a tay stJUi horw, IS haada. 1 Inches high, 4 years old, foe IK0. -- Mia.IcrJ Bolllig.an ldily Isdy.fetl aad broke ber leg between lb snkl sad kaeo, ITsd-setdSTrtlng, at shs wat leasing tbs hous ef a aslgkbor, Mrs. Head, who Urea on Ihe cornel of Id snd Walnut atreetc, pr.A. W. Johnstons waa called In and gars the prater stlntUa to the Injured Isdy who was resting comlortsbly Ihe following morning. Too second Irtal ol A. 8. McOrorty, tor selling bslf pint of wbltky, reeultsd In a disagreement' sight Jurors being forth defendant sad four for tbeproaecutloo. The cases hsr been esallauoJ against OO. Bed- until Friday week, aUo tb dow. At tbo lime this report clcaed, a ease against O. K. Poram bad been called but ths trial had not commenced. Ur.Wia.lLBonU.no old cttlsea of Boils county, who baa been litlng la tow,n,lor metal yeara past, aroppeu otaa neuoetuax momisg iu front of bis door. IIS wss er eared In sbonltng enow from his door lo the gate, when ha Isll and dledwlthostnstrucil- - Us fsaits scleral chll-dre- o, bis wlfo bsilng died abouta year ago. Cart. 8. M. Boons, of lbs menus service, In a recent trip lo the mouotslas waa la the nstgh-beekoof Whit Oak church, la Pulaski coaaty, ooo Sunday, and being of a dsretloosl turn of mlad, attended Ihe errrlces, which were eondue-te- d by a Bap list brother named Enoa Alien. Be fore beclsnlnx his sermon Brother Alien referred to some younger members ol bis lock who had attended nusasnoa "apple pailnga" during the tall and al the eoaduiton ofaome cf them, bad In the awful sin known aa dancing. Us referred psilleulsrly te one yoang person who hsd dld after stoning to tbe manner desciibed, wnoae case b had Immortails din anwlglnal hymn(T) which he proceeded lo sing to hia congregation. Tbs captain wai so moch struck with lbs compost Uon ss welt as tbe maaosr ef the sieging that bs soeght aa Introdudlsn to Ihe poacher sad asked him tors copy sf his ods. Brother Allen heard tb request grsclously snd promised to send Us lee. the Captain ts- deolrsdsopr celTlagltbymsti.ooedsy tbb) week. The fol- lovlug Isa ttuscopj: Oood people haik, while t relate What happeasd la Kentucky State. A young woman lately died and d lop-e-d from all ber wealth aad prld. tr WHOLESALE DEPARTMENT To our Stock, enable us to buy Good ia Large Quantitte, end by pawing spot ml, for tBeiBr wa guranlca U offw CLOSER FIGURES lb. a an House ia town. We have recently Added a Line of Wagons to our Stock, and, beginning with the New Year, will add a Full Line of all kinds Farming Imple- ' ments' and Machinery. . We will handle no Implement on coraraistlofl, but buj I beta straight out for the Cabh, Mtfog all dueeuat. We ask bo favors of any one, but with an equal shoifing, we will giro jou figures that will defy eenpetltteB. We most cordially return our thanks lo our friend for their Tery liberal jwtroaage for the past jear, sad .bepe (o t merit a continuance In 1884. Respectfully, ,' BRIGHT & CURRAN. LlXCiaTKU IBiEETIMamT. SUItOSON DENTXBT, LANCaSTEK, S.T. rtflu mw rttloMtt Naltnftal RnV. f)Sl froaa ( ta It A. M. sail fruw 1 la a r. M. KfMira B. r. WALTJU1 Ke!R3IIlB THI CRKAT AnrroxtNEY At LAMCA8TES, KY. -V- BAU M. BUBDKTT, law, . .. .i.J?.if .. .1... ... iniBiaiiue;WnnMH suioituieet ererr deerrtaelea ssrt xhtbttid ta IHaaMd.asa atrell tbrauab tar alnt will mm u ...iu. .. aa lew a atxllar foeda cea be bom hi l IhS elUes. afestalaoraMbleolervUrdeaaotetratlea. 1 alae BftB.1 IIma B M m FurnlturE, .... e.. lull .r Will pratUee la HarrarJ and edjnlnlef eeontlss (Tlt-lx- rl so4 Court of Appeals. Through Trunk Line Undertaker' GiIm Aad X aa ready ALUABIJS- to serrs toaerata preaiotly a nke, new Heerse. iltka At-tead- eti Garrasrd Co. Lands TOR BALE. I oSer st prlt ste sals mr ram ef about Mum, la Oarnrd, about eas aH be lew CeiSp Mek Kob roasu, la boaaeofeltlii loaoe. number one repair, all oeceaaarj outbulralsfs, astf ami hia nee state af cuMeelUa, the lead let tile Oa Ibsplaeelaa DearlrallbelBClaaraaa. Tbs lureplks tubs frea Dsaellls la Uslnftea eery ikreeih tkU eeareeleot. Altirna, ae4 lbs ths locatloe la so t sens, s pert alike B. st.Jese Ism. ea the aame pike, adjelalof the aboee. The tee places . Orders, by Telegraph Frenaptly to. tn-SX- B. K. WXLsVXXK. UhlaUas WWwl mm mew Sent KENTUCKY CEMTML 1111111111 I T- O- fl awl-ewea- And did with Saints to meeting go, Till tbe young sinners drew her off And brought her soon st Saints lo scoff, One Fildsy morning lbs took sick, lier stubborn heart began toacks, She ciles, slae! my daj are spent, On Loid, too Ut for to repeal. Ensealled her parents U her bed, Her eyes s rolling In bsr hesd. Father aad saothar, forauwsll, Vour tsnder dtulef i bound for belL Her brothers and her atstsrs, too, To tbcm ths bid a long adlw 'Ths oi.ly thing 1 bars to Istl, My prectoua soul la bound for belL Her nslls turnsdbln. bsr Isnguldg tsllod, ehs elossd ber s jse and left the world, Uer weeping frlenda around her bed, Oh, Is this dsmstl, damsel dead. ber In They brought her sofllu, Tbsy bor ths awful, painful actio, To ses hsr corpss laid In tb ground, Tsa tboussnd tsara war ahsd aiound. ea one profotMd the Lord to know aae whole. ordtTldtJ taialtpejebu-srsThs parebsaer will slao bate the opt loo ta ratio the distillery, oill ran U mooted. Alaost. aaialKarm sdJoUlo tbs sboTSIeeerlbed propel-Iwith fair improtemeole. la the Inursecllea of the Pastille sad Bueo VUU UiBplkas, coaulo-Id- c aboalMaerea. A asaall tract of II acres, Duaa. AUeaalor house la tbe town of BryaalsTille, a warehouse aear the la taaraster, a burial lot la tb Lancaster oa AU the aboee peooert will be sold Terr llberst Isrms. Isrlerlher partleaUrt rail WM.HKHMU.K, oa or address Brsatrttlls, Ky. mp. 1 tf wlH eeit SWMTE1T AIIS SVKItEtT Tom tccanu to t KHII -- THI MOST BattKABU BOUTS SOUTH & WEST Wltheet abasia te XasbtllU, M.airbU, Llllie Bock, Hoalsemary. AtlaaU, Saeaaaeh, Jaekasa? Ille. Habile, aad Jew Orleaas. DiIIIIIIbI LAKO LLfMrl PIDC dees, less Aad deetdedry the Pop.Ur KeeU. asVedter. a II cbata asd superior sooosasaodadans U CIVCIXHATI! M iManri, Iewa, Xaaeai, Tesai, mM SSI- da-p- et BEST ROUTE TO FLORIDA la T slsee Care Wllboat Cbaars. Ths Keetb. Hsrt beast sad Wsst. ta tsct. If yea eeaM sukt a trtf U aay dtrnetlaa, yew latereal pureoaeiB- - year tieksts tl aendaoaasly t,lJ,,,7 .'.P9? Cars taras HeeHala Chssr tbe uaeaualed etHpeemeei lau vh HeHaw. thereby auklBf a tilp oesr this 11a pleaaure. SemtUd-Dfmo- Rrrt crat, ENTERPRISE Grocery. liHiieHNtcr, UalarlUs la raises wltbeat chaste. Se.klne homes oa the miPDlWTC line el tbls resd will trnlUnMn IO receive apecUI low ratce. Bee AeBt of Ikla Company for tales, rsalss SHMITLMETOTHE EAST Fress Cars icorwrltt 01 C. P. ATMORf, G. su tae taa ""!"" 'I -. LoulssIHe, stp. P.tT.A. sas ef Urtous cenfort aad Try It. TIKE TABLE. !M BPrBCT NOVEMBER II, ISM Time barsla Is M talaulse ilowsr thta Urns bsrstofsrs it Tea. BOCTH. Mo.. 7 to 15 No. i. No. IS. GHESXPEJIKEillD OHIO HY. Lea. CoilofUn. raiuouthM, Arr. CfOShlaBe- - man. Kentucky, l. farlt Sdipn I an It p aa IISllB I lips 10 aa a m am ti II eo a re Kentucky's Kouto pea Tb snly lis roDBU . East Paris Arr. LsilaitooT imp ee SO t. Mj &Jk '' nrd GEO.D.BURDETT r-- WashlnflUn, PhlladlihlaN.Y. PUXLMAN HEW SLEIPINO 0AS8 o Arr. Mayailll !. - P.rla wtachssier " stlehiaoad. I I .attain. tarla " Mllieraeurf.. lrll.L- 4 tip aa a wv p as It at a III aa ?l pas! I I psa pas UMpni Wt f m etas-dee- d, ltr TdPBSl T SB a re IS raits pasi. Wcl. a Aad mew haye tka Sett Steek In Cea- - Coaaaellaf la sssss dspdi lth fast ttalas tor It CrathUaM.I 7Masa ! p aa IN as REU8I0US. S teai Ha u M B u tral Keatmeky. TheykayeParler Arr. Oselaeteaw. II Ma as Wpaa aad Bed Keen tM$, CariHt. . T P. Hals, of DlBTllie. Will SO a 5! S H' tS p."i " Msysslile I ie p as Gaaa aad Peaitatitlary Saturday systm The Slreet Soate telyaehbarg, San Mr ii r. ut? ?. preteh at Bright' Bchool.use Chain, MarWe Tea, Tille, Verfelk, "Jfht.1- -. Ceatre Stand ft Xx !l':tft,l!.-iMTe?Pl: KT.B.B.Mttk0B7aa n,n.,mmmm teatlea TWm, ..... -. taalts ilars' meellBg at All Virginia and Worth Carolina Woven Wiae. Get- feint-- . MWdUUsrg, wblah awakeaed gieat retlgSjMseiaa Xtt4M te Bamlffi-ftHta- . ten Tep aad Hair Mat- For tlcksts snd lurlbsr Uforuulloo, apply to Interest in that aectioa. rtre eoa tou For Ucksts. sate a4 lafeeatsllea BertaUlaela Folding' Bed Lean nssrast ticket oBlce, er sddiess jour treuei, beea Uss, cosaesiloas, Ac. call ocToV ' address d Jesus LerJ. Mr. Mahony, who haa gee, Bedi ft Ceti, Wardrebe JAMEM C.KHNNT, ba tendered w. a. MCHOBKaTtl, Aossr. ptcr Cf MMdleburg church,Itingoodcoa- - aad.8ofai, and Iverythlag Kite Uenl. Wsster Aseo 310 W MbIuHI.,Uu1i?IIs,i n i.it,,n He leans Furniture Store. Kept in a Firit-ela- u H, W, I'ULI.KK, ditioaand he asy he nerer knew a better 0. W. KNI1H, iten'i lasar Art. isu'i ataor OSO. H. M.KINNKljTrsVt'Mfc A Frt. Ast. people, aor one to whom be became more r GrHUHlHted NHgur WcBBttaa, YUxWa. TUBBHU. EHOSALIBSI ..-- .. Oh Lord, bow did bar parents mourn, To ksar tbs tlods a rumbling down, My Usely daugklsr fars you wall, Your teedsr soul U goa to hell. Young people, lest Ibis b lour cats, Ob pray to Ood and seek His face, Andeaysurkaeesfer ssscey cry, Last you ta sin, like Bstsey, dls. r HAVir - Arr. ttuasord Joss Noasa. Lrs. StaAferdJaae laucaeise WcbBioa4- Lately feeen Making Exten-stvAdditious To Tbelr Stock of A raesi LeHlaTllle,C'lHclBHBtlcBdI.ex-lHCteH- soiimiiArLsr Hy Dmlll IHpa Ittta Horn IllSb. IH...im.. S 00 p m efpas d 0 pm Me.1. Vs.. No. 17. I eepsa "s T - , Arr. Lee. Mi j. t Me. Air BKi.r.i.r' h. - r'arl...Z IHaai iwpa H ao pa ,u ut a as s as llMpss i ev a as a e p ai leOpsa 4. II 40 am llUpru IMi. III I IS a ai TSease p a. WJL8HIXGTOX CITY, trs. Lslatea " TMaas ' paa ee paa ft 3TeTrV "STorlaL, fa i a- l... t.J ft cSMisaSJftlwWfi ' rrlej. endeared.1 sHa4ra,Ky. VOLUME Semi-fttttcklj! Skm Wttkln nfefin i mtfnal X.-NUMBER 3 208. 510. STANFORD, n, KYM FEIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1883. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER aho to aava to the Oimmonwealth the ex stairway, with a running capacity of S hours jienna which attend her longer detention though only A are allowed to pass without by ' Old Hlckcrj V dtposltlcn, that iBetetd and futtht r profccullon, I bare been Indue. rewinding; iron railing oubide tbe If. . WAL10H, EKhr ewe' Ay ol putting the Mte in hie hand for collec- ed to direct the Clerk to eater a A'ofe Drm at the top, from whtch one get a sution, Medina assigned It ta him in pay. ppi ae to the eaid 8unnah Roberta," perb view all round. A pleasant climb it mtntofa lebi which he (MeO.) owed Thete reaeone for dlaonIaalig tbaproa-ecatto- was, and well worth the trouble, to look up Jaekaew. In other word, Me4a4aafa9m-e- d Ihengh tbe aMteateiH ef them la and down that awful coast, pslllraded with H.OO ANNUM the ewnerahlp of the note and appropri- not quite o explicit and "homologoua," ae merciler red granite, stalest which the Wbtoptld itllcllf la advance. If we hive la ated It to the payment of hie own debt. Aa Dick Warrtn would have ma4e it, irem to restless wave dash la ceaselcr attack, even wall Urn, S3.S0 will be charted. Jackoon had a pecuniary Interest In giving me aofficlenttojuatlfy the Atorney Oener-al'- e in the mildest weather; and under the org. action, At all create a it hae beenae ing fury of a storm with a violence Indethe rate Uiii complrx'oa, It b fortura'r for him that McO. confeel lodgment, quleced In by theCeamoewealth foreigb scribably grand and dreadful. It was blow, OF ae be iMd, k open eoert far the amount lri lodd J earn, I believe 111 lei It Hand. ing a half galea we watched it from our eontroveray. safe shelter In the glass dome of the TATBtCK memry's HAKB A3D raw.v Thle df pcittlon, while It la quite a dear and we hear la memory for life the Hade te Faralek Lively Ghrktsaa Amorfg the papera of a autt of fauling tobeon-drretec- d atalemeatof faete, JUsuLUg.. Jaekeon forthe recovery lead, tf flled terrible beauty of the scene. Mndo In the City. hy anybody, yet aa a rpeclmen of aa an exhibit a patent from tbe Btate of Continuing the subject of my last the Old Hlekery Dspe In Bad Esgliih, acbolarahlp it ia not especially creditable Virginia granting to John Jackaon ICQ great industry of the little port there are to lie distinguished author. It chief ile aeree of land on Dick' River. Thla docu- I know not how many boats, big and little, 8pUDeHwwMBi(;D and feeta eenalat of wiektdly erroBeeae apelllag ment ia algned by the great Apeetle of Lib- that hall from Peterhead. I aaw P. D. 1245 G4 wkkaUkla 0. Fiom the Oldest to the Yonngeit, coaiistiBg of and the unlawful uae of capital. The erty, Patrick Ilrnry, tbe then Governor of on a boat coming into harbor from a fishF4rick Henri'i l'MHlkrCMref near, werda here given indicate aome of hla ideaa Virginia, and ia dated March 24, 1786. It ing cruise. The Peterhead boats have, all Books, Desks, Sets, ' of orthography! Keflerenee," "DepooaBt," la partly print aad partly manueeript and of them, P. D. with their particulsr No. Comb IT JBHH BtAISri "untlll." "ballance," "vallue," "waved," ta on parchment. The Governor'a came la following, and all the boats from Out Steck el SILVERWARE la Complete, will Nowest Styles - South of the port . tr .WmJ I (lor waived) and "dIBcult." Ilia uae of written "P. Henry" and ia very neatly North to 25 mileRtUer 'hail" Tea Selfi, Caalera, KhItch ami Ferka, Xapkla Blags, Having heretofore la cetttnf up a oapltali la.wl oalyreskleaa, but irrevereat, written, vlih the P and the II connected fiom this haven. Tbat ia. they are regis BhU TaacM, Tellet Beltlca aad ether teflil out of which to co&struct my annual aa be employe Ihrm in the apelllag of the byagraeelul flourish of the pen, an idea tared here, pay harbor dues here and are Silver Kevclltca. brat commoneai ol common nouna wherever oc which Patrick no doubt borrowed from Jim entitled to tbelr berth in the snug retreat reainhcenllal (Dick Warren that won!) communications, exiiaustsd Bay curring In hla aente nee, while he wrttee Bailey, ef the Circuit Clerk's office, ae he provided for all who duly pay their way. DIAMONDS, DIAMONDS I IN OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF JEWSL&Y WE HATE WATCHE SET WITH DIAMONDS, DIAMOND BRACEown office ol In richest joke and ol in the appellation of the Great Jehovah thu: perforata the name trick and in the aame Perhaps 1,600 or more boata sail out tf LETS, EARDROPS, RINOS, &C. ALL THE ABOVE WILL BK moot interestls; matter generally, and "almighty god I" The fact that he Ihua way. Why thia great man wrote only the big and little. A boat with A. N. SOLD VEBY LOW. DON'T FAIL TO MAKE US AN EARLY knowing that any tNitit neighbor, Bsiley, name the chrtatlan'a God while be dlgnl-fle- a Initial letter of hia first name contrary to and a No. ia from Aberdeen; D. E. from hail a large amorltaent of sneltnl maaa with beat capitate the worde "Dollar" the cuitam of his costemporaiiea, the doc Dundee, and so on everywhere. The cost VISIT AND AVOID THE RUSH. script, I have availed toyaelf of hla kind. and ''Mosey" la calculated to aaggeat the ument under examination doen't explain. of a boat for the herring fishery ia $1,200 to tint-loo- k of hla nee sad borrowed son thought that hla favorite deity waa the Possibly bewas ashamed of Ita IritSntu, or $1,&00 complete, nnd doe not include nets, I sg ours far tha present occasion. gelJrn calf; I Believe there are otbrr it but be that, like Jackaon, he didn't which are, as before described, 10i3O fathWithout meaning any disrespect to Mr. proof In the memoir of thla llluatrloua know how to apell It. om or 00x160 feet In dimension., deep and Batter, or intending to etlnce any want of man that he eontidcred the Almighty more long, coat 3 each with floats, rope and all Xow, Mr. Editor, I believe I have noth m m 4 gratitude to biro for hi eoarlesy, I must uaefsl to awear by than ai aa object of rev- ing further to report from the ready for the water. Fifty nets to a boat ay, to enxJor; that'h kerpi tbe meanest erence and vrerahlp, and that hie pawlen except (thia ia a secret) the continued grow-et- h make the netting outfit worth $760; ao that reeding bosk I have' ever "met up" with for money wai auch that he etremed a dolmania. a herring boat in trim for Its full works and spread of the From beginning to end their conteote are lar won on a ah am horte race ai being aa Thla malady, which had ita origin in tbe represents a money value of $2,000 on an d sole aeonnt ef quarrel and 'teatroversle If hid banetd com for It. Circuit Clerk's and Sheriffs offices, ia faat average. Then there ia risk in a gosd sea. onntonously recited et For ray part I hare neglected to offtr sacri- extending iUelf In all djnetiona and your son of losing the nets by an over weight of very dryly jwd. fice to Jackaon all my life and and in fact correspondent Is in constant dread of its in- fish. When the herrings get caught by thtr conlroreralef between the Cjm and her citltsns, the former accus-ta- Wear I have Bot loyd him ai a real demo- fection, notwithstanding he hu lately been the gills, in the meshes, they do not live the latter of all aorta of mean trick a am crat ahould. To be perfectly honcat aijd vaccinated and la diligently and daily read- long, While alive they assist, by swimthe latter ofaxiy denting; or dt.pule be- free anoken. I can not recall anrtblnz in ing hla bible and taking all other precau ming, the lifting of the net, but when lifeowner If hla eareer that meata my fnll apptebatloB, tion againrtZwfe'kedBfee' of which he hu less beconrt a dead weight, and if too mat ween'el ! and pSlwiilon'if ' certain, twitteri ef Ged ' except hie propoaalaxTa certain oeeu ton to knowledge. 'This f&Ing is truly alarming, ny, down go herringr, net and all to the grre n eJh;'iK ateut tiie.mayweaiW hang a1 bottom, the light fabric refusing to bear thla'laet raraaik ltiias come lepas'lhat a man can not alleged debt aed deaiait Ce)Welch'e atttBtlon U rprclallbrla.) orr-pfetyard aod get away tbe strain of such a load; ao that the poor aBel IheVmnSi therein claimed and dented. alive without paying a tax bill orn fee bill, fisherman is beset with a "double trouble" vcstrit or clkroy. in plying his vocation. If fiih arc scarce, Such a diim of quarrel hlatory aa llalley' or ele turning hia pockela In the early dayr, far all felonleatbe office contain la enough, viewed abstractly waa death, ai denourfced by the to sitiify there fee mongers that he ia broke. poor pay; if too plentiful, worse, tbe loss of to prejudice oae agalwt hie own specie law, but In the cae of certain of auch It ia indeed a happy thought that I shall his nsl; not to spek of the sudden storms DEALER IK Hat when we reflect Hurt the Creator, (or crlmee th; aecuaed iraa allowed what wai est haT,an.of. this to ahawer for In Jtbk that wreck the stduteat craft at time. It ia aoi ftftafegalQlHiade efrtKlaf caiwa we -- onBi oi ine ciergy,- - oy aaeana awful fmre provided my precaution! a life full of painful vicissitudes, at best, J- - B. Herao Shecs, Groceries,, butsilso possessing such strange fascina Hardware, to dlffCfrooT'eTeYr other Ihlng It" ia not of which be ercaped the death penalty and work right. a QHecaaware, Bagjcy Wklpft, nmrUlnir that human brines with their received amllder punlahmenl in Ilea of it. Nails, Stanford, December 1853, Ireii; tions 'that the poor fisherman ia spoilt BnggT Wheels, Caae Mills, by hia attachment to bis own dangerous different taeatal orgsnltitionss'm, TMe tBeUetaalahraeat.ei thst rfbraaJJ PFnTI'llDHCC laCPnTI Mpekea, eaonm quit irefjaeniij Orates, Cider Mills, IapCeTera employment fjr any other. He looks Ing, an instance of the lafiietlon of which I afcu "'"W""- dispoelll Stoneware, Kims, Cera Shelters, Cellars gree oa qaettleoa of mum end (ttvai, whteh find in tbe record of tbe trial of one X.OHD" forward to the time when the proprietor of his own bjat, be can havs his stalit Uttei.Be, m tBfMctUfferwMtaUTe to be In the year 1800, who was t PRKHiUUB'fiexmLiBO, Mltted'aftd 'rUcW, and a law. charged with "stealing one pair of fulle 1 wart bo j a do the bard work, while be sills Oliver Chilled, Champion Steel and Brinley Combined Plowi, Woodea ami NovxatDBR 28,1823. to lit e Vokehew, the Blockings of tbe raise of f ahlllipgSj one DearMvUr: Cast Fnnps, aad the Celebrated M&yfield Elevator. Tin ye ra and officer in nice weather, as he likes. Even then be Satdrdar IM!ng loVely.'we drove down to has hla anxieties, with all his "well to do" lottery of litigation U petsepe n&t a bid will have prompt attention. glass tumbler of the value oil shilling and by omnibus prosperity, for after all. Still, I in.Ut that the &paee,aB)J,9 dgaio pewryrjtowr of the the Bacbaonesa the heart cannot test in af earners jj MetUnnry. history ef the disputation aa recorded in' value of 9 ahMlng, the property of James JNeeo" raeana point. Buchan point in our stormy weather, aod the loved one in the . . .-0 i lingo. It la about a three mile drive, the boatatses.- - "Thst is all that I have to book and pi pen makaa the read. Biraey, of Mercer county." Tbe record the old skirling the, beautiful crown of the worrylne now," said our good friend road r. er feel jetr Joneeeme and ad rj John. jJiaX the urybroBgbtin vardioj of -Pe'terheadlaA hope will be turned "When lb boy are out end the wind is ulltv: that the 'defendant claimed aad waa bay that hy fcovernmsnt into 'aTHarbor of Refuge." high, many an anxious hour we have in In 17W ibejeourUtaKafJttjckr bavjo Ibe ?'l"Jft At the central point of this circular coaat tbe house." The pride of the the iuriediefiftn' ol oorjtmeat, Circuit It Is considered on aav: "There Indentation, lies the wrick of an old whaler Sunday bT b'u'rnt fnJhe'hVrHl CoaiU were called JXrtrict Oturltf ?of .CoVrV'tUU. seemi to ba concentrated on their or these courts Jte Mate was whlch belog dons, driven hard and fast upon the rocky bank immediate head genr, for such caps of tbe purpose in tbf preseveof the tidal wave laat spring. She waa at snowy white divided into aix district, designated Cobrc and procfiarttion rjejag Biadeyal the by a I have never seea, even on the ' ; aneher in tbe open roadstead, waiting for a bead of a Quskerea. No boekels deface Washington, Parla, Lexlngten fHlarele ke IjsmmI kcadlax ladlcates, we prepaso and IUrdstown cHs drunken crew that had been allowed to go with inappropriate artificials "the pleasant As Frankfort, Diavllle ' gainst bim, it ta considered by tbe Uourt ""," qHArterstoraH geedsla Ilac. a few boura.aealrd but weather-beateu trials. Tha Danville district was composed fbathebe dMirw) ) 3D risen onshore. A. delay of Aire count&fWal auc- enance-; only theseand of d alracst super- Our Specialties jir.e .Groceries, Qiwetisware, Hardware, d her'fcW. The tfe'darw of the oeVntielMStrrlincola aad merit aaM gd thereof wUboulMay." cap tion for JCS asshalay, and f he. lucky. pur- natural bleach; The women keep house, and the courjp wre hehd aaaTillr. rvTbe James Material, 5tc. Staves, hia risky in 1,000 by At the date mentioned the Judges assigned case waa probably the father chaser makes about plant and gather'mussel bait from the sea Tieivy storm might WebHy'from irlrst haail4tH'rarKoqHaBtllic8aBd etuk, weedy beach, put it on lbs haddock lines, f Ibi celebrated James G. BIrfey,' wbo U neo for aavinsr tltndfno'atiiit. "IX vail Sirlll call James GTHuoler, wbo met at Daavllle on I latter years played so prominent apirtjn have broken ber to pieces. As it was, and bear their full shsre of life's burdens weather enabled him w(wreeded ise ualleet males aa aa anliaiarery agtta. the Bh dnrMsioJr;-I7- 9 seir, W6 will coaflBce'yeu'lkait yea eaabaygoeda perhaps the largest, as it generally the case. aa clioayan to hold tbe eeutt. Tbe court for thbrdls- - tor, being twice the nominee of the Abel- - to get her engines and boilers out, and Tin si haddock lines are like cur "trot liaa yeti otc'r beagki tkeai'lair Slaal;ertl belsre ' trict continued to be held at Danville, tbo1 iahloBtsta for the Presidency.. The latter, everything else portable and valuable. And tine.;" baits four feet .apart down, having irati tiur atty wliirei -- ' Jji4li-Ith4be,greaVeaohkhnaasvtarbe.atauUtMlges, until m ees)rMiflr'CjHi lines three feet from tha main cord, the Ulitter. waa born wtfcaftkfj' machinery jrla taken Til. sULt TMrUasVbal bASBjamch lOBBtr Daawllle , -- . hole 500 fithom or 3,300 feet in length. JW lUeJ tf"rMW -IbsiiVMeWtKBW.tS)srtaIn. OBI, BSW SHtH.nVT uai.llmontri ri. Tbe first four hoik are the "perquisite" THsiTRSMAS UiMKfdBD SIOKDER, if in defiance of the atorma she had eo orders anew that the courts were bald "at A vear ara I cave aa incotonlsta aceount often breasted and conquered, "game to tbe of the one who lifts the Hoe to the surface, but of course bo bint la tbe onhelioJKa5,mII)' for tbe last." One feel the pathetic aide of the wbatejver hang upon them. given ae to tha locality of the building, nor of the trial But I fear you will weary of fish diet, eo murder of one Thomas Lankford In the utcture. looking at the broken wreck of aa to Ita form and dimensions. Diavllle at let us change the subject. which the last veetifc tl latetsood iCoallnaod la our nsxt' 4 C -" been Kv4ouaJ ed Im tafemi peetalajngj t theinve wrU aeon dUanpetrin the shape of .fire. Tf JVU .m lIvA.I alplna IPRARMJlCISfS lia l.n. old Sl U .1 .nil l MftV. I.KUIJ afsjdfalhlea aatetlaflee iiosuaMMM nereanmiassiir 'COBet'sio wood.1 For vear Ae has m add 'Meeeteivc ly'fjia'17 laabioDeo, griping puis, try Uarter a .Utile, successful vojages ta, Greenland; been Liver Fills and take some comfort. CkfMitutttoal CoareaMNi aw notgive tfce reasut of ski'ilUr, el bow DIUIKM U- sad for the firt A "driven by fierce raao can't aland everything. On pill a norubtdntfe1y ofeame of wmi dJay by tbe.CItcuit Court Maw dathatlw of "a4pped" aSBBaBiDrmga, " I beaWag eha eapHal oMhe Stale.'K Hjt'of, aceuaed. MIc.Ilh andsWtV wlnV;" gone taand fra safsly aad now, to or ner own naroor V Pb;selsni' preicvlpUoaa Indeed It aeerne that as lata Jail el Danville beforeTr!atandniade their be wrecked in the Nation. aeratlr:eospauadl escape end after several continuances, no where ahe bad sa long lain in safety, taking 1 ai the year 1800 that city was not only of -scant site, but It could boast of but one arrest having ten maur, tar uoatuoa in and discharging cargo Another lesson I JKWKIiEKMf and Jjbo place was then 10 wealth's Attorney bad tbe prosecution a to for a thoughtful, observer. 1 have seen. "meel of iu them-- , dismissed. Therf aoieaplleea wsre suoa wreeai- among my teiiowmrn, ption 10 ja yeare ofaM.rMsSj.ioiermaHOOjSia FORT FARM, TnisKuk, VIi, Sussatiah Roberta, Kdly looking at thla ruined hull. And how ma LOGAN'S oi me gettfeea meet Largrit Stock of Watches, directing a warn PvoberU and Elitabefb Walker. .They were ny are yet to be hopelessly cast away with1.1 SCBCUB? OF STaSFOBD, KT. court, made ta that year, Clocks, Jcnelry & Sllrenrarc Eli in eight and sound of the enjoyed yet negtried separately; aod lit ing order against a certain W will Kit t public auction to tha btabest tlj. Erer broorhllla thla market. rrlce Lowe . .; God and i igaat to be "published before tbo door ol rabeth Walker were acquitted, while Su lected nierciec of a "l. ta Ltowesvajnatcn, viocki and weweuj lr, so paired oa short nolle aad.Warraated. i aome Sunday siaoah Uobertawae found guilty of murder, Saviorl Tbe lesson i fearfully common. SatHrday, December 89, 1SS3, the Danville meeting-housThe fishing village of Boddam He along Tb sto, Farm, contatBta. about 303 Acre. Immsdlatelr after divine mvlce." Tbe Uton tootkn" cf the latter' CotiMti the meellne-hoos- e alluded to waa most proba Court granted her a sew trial, and there the beach. 3 mile South, where upon a ltwlilbnmoarmn sis dUtrtuI parcels, lit. a Lot conulnlng about 8 Acres, luttliwplfeVrc&Vftltsrwck theBuch I WMay Norltamt roracrof lbs Aicnu ImJ. MIT ;lttS upon the Attorsef GeneHUotered' bly aa old sto 1d( w rtiiasoc sou oa lus usatius pita, soil iroeejtifaa te'hef,' giving Ms reieoevr so The village jBd, wAWu,W,Bsy old burlal-with said ptas North sal back from salt Lot "barbae." enteiW'ewSdfejr among great pike. WMtomik troattto a I,icie. 2J, a Dan yeare waa occ No. froollo L roUe,aMlBeWflBajWel rave by the ImneiMstelr Korlh of Lot to puna rtwe, oo a x "r?"!-,".- . peiog vine pis auarunoiuf up by the coloi II, attending (he ease of Suseanah and fishermen, whoknow every' turning, i a dlTlsloa fence between dower ot Cars B. on lu. res. Lot Ne.lMttalsaaoul7()Aers, first a Preaby ta fronllDf ' although she ha been found Guilty of the little affair, lust large enough to bold a Danville Ptleaad adiolnlixlas laadaof J. Hilars JACKbOK'S DErOMTIOK, OEMKaUI. soil John 8, Muruhr. Hu. I, about W Acre of charge ia tbe Indictment contained by i small fleet of fiihing boats, but a welcome Land on in Boutb itda of rllroJ, ruonloc up to la tbe papers of a suit ol Nathaniel Hart astrwiofthatowaaadewNr aceeeelbl by sold Verdlot sf bet, jet u EUubeth Wal Book Ia MHiBe) Wtbr, Tbe I fiJ,tU-,depo- l. street. No. 5, about 10 Acre InimedUteU oppoker hat freest tsied on,th ssjtve.bdlfttcaect i a rerj pefWva4f but of site Jowpb Ksrrls' Mill and frooiliw Ihe Hutton-vl- ll , plte No. Ccooltlns about W Acres, Includquarried freea Sterling Hill, wbioit ing a lsre and excellent ilwetMng-BoUraaod hi. ol; baaTrifcTnd llaristfBT dale In whlvfa (rial Mie eeld Elizabeth waTfottad oulhouMs, all on th. North slds of railroad, exofASgust ?17T. Tbe extetew of this Net Gulrty, aad tbe fame proof produced He Just behlBd If, with it IwihawllMe cept about 1 Acre, lncludt th sprls on South ld railroad. Th paper baa beta heretofore mentioned la your against her as was produced against the supplies of tbe beautiful mated; 100 feet tld aaof whole, lb render l.ud will IheabeoBer. ed a rervla the'rlsM to reaBauer, but I think none of It eoateate eaid Susannah, aad ia eoaerqueece also of la heifbt; mounted by 167 stons slepe la a accept either II dor noae. II la seldom such a fern Nice csa be bou ht-- Ia toll, water and IjlWtlty of Borany psitkuUr description of it have tbe Court having granted a new trial and circular stairway J 21 lamp with each UBsurptwed. csebj th bslsno MtoTlbeHeadllBW' af a loeeeee-tire- ; TaaitsorsiLK. bccyMtoF'Klff peairl Mfehe teeard of frewtlM pNiiaUHty peewf which, wwld la (add 11 month nele uegotltble sed ptjabl be produced ea the Irtat ot tbe W Susan I tbe IfghUso spaeed la three rows, loUuk, with percent. lalerrtt. Llco relslntd IBM ete IBS LskI sold acts aaj ruanlaa; rouad a core ot spindle, tbat la oa laL Till perfect. purchteers. Bf lb sal will for X160 givea by Alex. White to Thomas nah at tbe next Term by tbe two other "ifi to surTtdaftrrdu'tlock a M. at Th who titrates; alowlv, each Baabesta turn at la. 1st place at I0X the the was pieced In the AU Hart ud lbs preustH. and at th miu Hum will clock-worMBply It la y ttiUty, . , wound A&i hand ef MeQionU to celleet or have eel. are acquitted and discharged operating in tervaU of five aeeoeds; two tnor- (it KWrkshlreHog. leeted, and tbat MeGiBBls pretended to favor ot the Prisoner, and also by tbe ad. every four hour aad tbe great weight Usda; aMaoia(uud Keren. riM.ru m. hki.m;- K(-CllHA have pUoed it in the band of Andrew vice of the pfosfeuter and of the Court and dropplag down tfae.eesrtf of the spiral 3htriuroMmuI Jaetofi,"L.wjef of Cumberland," for It turned out, however, aa shown glass-hou- rrff M'ROBERTS&STAGG n, tr Fl Will Display the Largest Stock MUSKECORJDS, . Light-Hous- e, filaln-enoa- tc HOLIDAY NOVELTIES Emr Presents for K very body I Albums, Writing Toilet Mirrors, Flush Brush and Flush Sets. Vmte. cat Court-Hous- e fairly-earne- u mon-wealt- - eit rjMl ana am still receivfor Fall and Winter, ing New comprising the best in the market, which will be gotten up in style and make second to none in city or country. Give me a trial. H. C. Rupley. a l nave received Goods en-ft- st it Ceurt-boue- wrong-aide-o- W. H. HICGINS, 8tees, ' Saddle, naraesa, ua; "I'lUIBP TUB LJght-IIonse """"' lUn "' aaU h.i gJJjthe e.tit jW fish-wir- headquarters:" ear aaTfoI-low- r. 5ir-rar- ,H ear lalke '"' .Wan - v1ent'fjr ealr aad ferBt raao CU-fUKPS- aad er H'iSwl 3 ., BRIGHT CURBAN. Ceurt-Hoase- ," towothsfeBlW yr4fleiAvllh.,ilMon).wfi cr-f- PomiyAM Alisior -.BBBBBBBBBBa i e B4bf It, do, bow-ati- 1 Public Sale sfTBaaaTlsaiiW asd Faaey Airtielea. Bosks, Statiom)rjr - Ibree-'wlse- saawgsfrd. eally-.Reberls- m t.t. lia w- e it: th Bfei9VBf4 g ?3r Mit?" ""r """ ' aiteaIJghtouUbut; run-nl- oi "Tc L.h-l- r,TTT: LiVGSf , Bale Feed ? 1W LU&t-IUui- e jflte nui jk.3sriD SITIAIBIIilEI! iiA.KisrDEss shop. soluble. Rates -- let eMIorgda ami Fine' Turnouts. - 1 are-Ofct- er onnnnnni tat at ' . I a'lBdlttootaIoed dwslllM-heuas- COAIi! iv JI irnra j . .J V A. T. KUKNEliriEY, ftnfari,lKy K 7; ii h t ; iwj JtrAt,rAwmr or mvmia,, of a great I Wfl n Wo Ww, lworrf In my Mr A tABil 14 en 4 m tH- will f P t '' i'4. ' ? tr.r. t t u U" rouble a year, a Aba howte to liro in, a French cook and plenty of servant, anA EBITM WAIT8H. Hia breast 6f coat all covered with ttara ami crosses, do sot necessarily oi. themselves confer oa humanity (ho thing TArKR rVlF FK9M W80B. BAttvti fWjpHMAB i UtK R M Q8f64ftlTV( of tM Wfli fWHuwM bO fOtrad Hllvf" retncMbsr tMs ttvWea ia ile i, Ky., Dac 21, 1883 lnoe mny thoHaa-nc- o. yr h If th Iotm mrt The r --ihtl row )ot dnr rot irric, Bui It m7 To US my her t &n&, y 1 t ATTENTION, EVERYBODY ! SeaiqittasteRff -- In hw Th -- fUl ctitA MM rtt totem 1U tli rlil. f'U Ia kof tail fmr optnkn that Mim ,n,1 Die weed, tow fcet fa lcnfe ndo! afiyehM, is brought In at tho baso 1 ,1,B? tjuvwl In Hi A fono "wiHi "i! in' MM two awn, tick at a tiao). rapidly peel off tho bark. itssttea eenvoyed by the elevator to tfee first floor, sawctl la two-folengths rife cross-csaws, passed oa to the whero it is slabbed (that is, a snail perUen of wood oa opposite a!d8 Wren off) to permit Ma vesting flrly in Mu grinding engine It is then , passed, to the boring raachiao (aa upright and aoaahaU-iae- h anger, with teat attach-- i Ajii.rM.-L. tr Tii. i, i 't re Leml ont. Tiie woed k thca pfeecd ta racks of tho samo sizo at tho recept.i-ti- e and carried ia the grindiug-cngineat to be grounds Tho gruidlag-eagkore apright, and receive at a filling, one iweaticlhof a cord of wood. Tho wood fa placed n a reccf clo, aad, by n simple, variable, automatic-Jee- d where; feaw-kaiveut rip-sa- j11"' Imperial ioron9ooi,iro wstsasj mom generally deplorable W U10 mSIO BICmUCrS 01 HIO adra M a4atcs t Each moBunl ilonly pM, , Tor U my Cntnt doth tUrnot Vpon s ttmpW nvo. " Oh, Hut Ut nlhl won'd mm," Tbtn with Iwtrt only noon, ror rot. It tiept U ilootut J to dlo, Tho nhjbt will ecmt too tooa. 6y I fa4 1 Hallday Fgegenf A.T- 1 tt, if i ii process, ia pressed fintwLso between rolls, composed efoKd emery which aro flooded with sapray of, water,' qrtrrying off tho flbrfl-aapalp vi n stream through, revolving sereeaa to tho tank or stuff1 jehest in Uia imiiiment. It is then pumped op into a rat that forms part of tho Ia tMs( Tat is cnsfcntly;revolviug a Jarge cylinder, with flno brass-wirdoth, vbkb picks up the particles of pulp out, felt el fee water and places them (aa asdless pieee of woolen goods whleh between rolfii, for .different pur-oontfiwal circait of Jjie waU immTiine). Oa the cylinder k turning a hety roll, called.the concha ; between 4to two, where they meet, tho cylinder Jeares the pulp, with most of tho water juiLswl from it. .The palp now makes its appearaaoe oa 1he felt aboTO tho concha roll in a inches in leaa&al. sheet, thirty-eigpiiWi, aad k earried aloag ia a steady caataaee of about eight feet, Mew wiMM it passes bctweea, bat Bet heary roMart, the upper iron, Dm lower wood ; it adheres to the upper tbH, which is constantly turning, wrap- it up, and when a sufficient thick is attuned 'is cut oh by a knifo two "ontward-rcvolvlng on-thV ht -o! nl fnwily Tho Grand Dnclicsses are more ortanato. They have, at least, th'che4ofo nanying foreign jwlenWrjfof escaping from his Imperial Majesty's jail In which his Imperial Majesty ldraeelf is tho chief prisoner of conversing with free people, aad of .lireathkff free air. Bui hAa'are theso young, middlo-age- d and elderly Lwpcrla gentlemen, forming n caato apart, las isolated 'and eoBpt(velyaS uuiucjums iis iuu luijivriut ui uiu le,k,w Pl110 & CWnfti cPBdomncd to pass their lives, buttoned, and buckled land strapped tip kffho tfgjit 'Htting uhi- fortns, aad to T"t helmetx or orngo caps on thcirhcads, Tlioy tcro dressed In' uniform when' thoy wer6" chfldrcn; they ltvo in uniform, ,an'd when tlioy dio they will be buried in uniform. Each adult ono of them is murcl up in n pal ace of liis own aa big's ' barrack, when- he keeps, or is rather kept, in 'safe custody by A swarming retinuo of eqrfcrics, inaitres d"hotcl, grooms and lacqueys', and tho wages of this army of parasites added to tho revenue to their nighaeases from a civil list of 10,000,000 of roubles a year, bat which ia practically unlimited, go fax toward eating up tho fat of tho land, and grinding the. face of tho miserable to" the bono. aides-de-cammou-jifcev- ea PENNY t M'ALISTER'S Our stock of goods is complete in every department; ranging in prices from 5 cents to $150. Wo would cull special attention to our stock of Watches, Jewelry, DIAMONDS and Silverware. Trices Xowar than thd ,Lowfet,anil Quality Ba eonet I i! with And It lift or It dwtb, I look upon ciy fair. th whlt roi on htr I OrotttraUxtlr, hr oomm a kntta It It Th rhl rot oa htr ebttk What ntod of word to 111 Hit rttt, Bo pitta tLtt rot rgk I THltqmblle. tmtt, of Goods Guaranteed. DO S031B O.VX XHIXQ WELL. (otfee'rUl, attached 'to the' purpose. Uilcl 'fcr'that feam't&rotitfVa MsteUao Vhlto' sheet, a, It Bow ir Si aitend-jaowkiaris'Teceivod"by,the,'boy' oa a tablo conveniently attached Joifee machine, and folded into sheots inches, It is SasBieen by tVenty-aiafaae placed on scales until the weight is 309 pounds, when it is placed in the pi ssajaadfirmly Jiedinto qnare,.com- - widtgrasdestpiospectia froartha paotVaadles. It is now ready for ship- top of its heights. It is the beaten oil ssestt to the papor-mil- to be laoaintq ? I ntUs iti ill fee bsfiliifctl "."l. aad.teo nawr. til II X Let mo say to tho young, forming habits, one fact or truth looked at ia all its phases, traced in all its relations, thoroughly mastered, is worth more, to rt and life, than a thousand superficially grasped and partially comTako a subject, think prehended. through it, round it, over it, under it, tarn it over, look at it in all possible phases and rclatteas ; master it, sake it year own ; one book read it, qaesUon it, doubt it, osseins it andanaljze k ; master It, and it will be worth "a dozen read ia a cursory or superficial manner ; one text of scripture fathom it, meas ure its length and breadth; try.to-dtach it, and find the ligaments by whieh it is held; tWakdwn into itaatil' you come, aooortMag to its owa.path, to truth, Ohriat foc.be sure, as He is every truth leads to Him in His own way get into ife vary heart and look at' spiritual it, for the peculiar' glory-truths, like some .temples, can be seen only from within. Climb to its summit. best, As literally, soTrpWlually'th'e head,-"Heae; i'. ii L -- fri 7 1. n frt K H !! thoreuahlv.digeatitf H0 food.tfct'ives m SHT JFUUUC 32.-- r K ; i Young men are continually, advised what yja readm'ore. He is notlhe best Sible stadeat that rcmembera the great- aad urged, privately and publkJy, sto est namber, of veaas, or that is the moat take a wiff, the- supposition being, akillful.aigetojofjts difficult passages, whether erroneous or aot, that young or that has at his command the greatest women are very willing to be taken unsamber of Hs facta aad travhs ; bat der almost any ekcnmitances. The tht rafeeri tha saaa who best uaderatands postulate that marriage k always deatr-abl- e k obvioaaly fake. It is only desirIla great fundamental principles that lie tat at the feaadation and manifest them-eelv- able when sash eoadiUeaa exist for aad al featrated 'periodicals. The Irst through svmj- vecse,, aad la, tho between the coaplea as are tar from aiaiH fr ef lBerceTr,s,7o4nrai;wHlfcH he' ajqat tkoseagal'y letbaed with iU apkit, common, and frequently- attainable. laa'feeea able' ta'atseorer'centaiaa ak' that has'fea key of kterpreUtioa to the The prospect ef connubial misery would asaaaant of tho battle of Eckrcn, which seem to be quite as good as the prospect deepest meaning of the whole. of eoaanbkl happiness, and no amount M feaght in May, 1C05. Up to r appear - HoMOBS'of-thfee yei1611. it. does-n- et Gteaaale Mo.) train of foresight will insure any pair against santliiT thn robbery r Oae aa $800, sharp disappointment aad bitter disconaaatafter that date it became so, and ia aad taking H oat of bis wallet he divide tent. Everybody k aware of this it is MM there . had boast 106 namVafi ed it iato two portioaa of $15 aad 18t. ltttlo leas tlian a truism aad yet on all ; Hs iaWsioB was to pat the 1M wad ia sides preachments resound in favor of i 'i his aachel, but in the harry and eicile-se- at universal matrimony. Many persons do Thx following extract from a letter gen$1, the occasion he put the $15 pile not wish to be married, and more written by a lady in Cleveland, in refer-- i in the sachel, and whea the robbers en- erally thoso anxious to be are not fitted eaee to the resting-pla- ce of our martered the car aad he handed over tho for tho state. Good wifehood or true tyred President, wiU be read with other wad, be chjBckled'te himself that husbandship is not inherited with birth; tiaia has elapsed fciace he had'ailoJo'blgtk' iaaonoaling his nor does it appertain to tho multitude. tsto obsnqulna thai many strangers Twit-i- ac set WH he Thoso who "cannot live alone cannot as mosey ia his eaeheCIl-wa- s Develaad ace aarprised to learn reached hoaiLMiat. he discovered his a rale, live together, Connubial adaptatfaai a detachment of United States of forterrible blunder. JL" 'but&BMB ia the tion k evidence of are atill deUMed to watch the sleeper ludlik wallet, oimaiiiiltg $175) bearance, of individuality. The best iwalt wherein lie tho remains of oar under Hw.eaaliion of the seat" 'Wlien wives and the beat husbands are doubt-lee- s haaared Preaidcnt, Night and day con the Mbbrs tnteredtlie train they they who, with a variation of their feelteard the measured tramp, traaip of destiny, would have made model maidHm aeairy on duty, and 'it is Intended to ens and model bachelors, Nor k it Imsmtfnai) this watchfulness until the probable that many who would have twtfy k dpoetted in the ground. QteTone under been feefeebleet patter as of wedded ion they raisM-w- as Xfaxeogh the gratcddoor of the vault, en joying themselves are wliieh the $175 bad bees planted. Theam be aeea tho eJegaat casket givea by appeared to in single blessedness. New Yorkpaper. leadcrof the tfao Maaonio brethwa. Covered with be very angry at such aa exhibition ef KtTTLE, of New bswilifnl flowers, kept freah lay leviag waat of ooafldeaee, aad made inquiries o- York, tent the following toast to U ma Malted daily by baa- - of fee passeageM-a- s to who had eea. i ef people, many of whom eagerly coaled the money in suoh a place, but, rial gathering j tatlr USataea tfca4 tbe east-of- f blossoms as memea-Xea- r behag unable to ascertain, lie said that Our FMU Sthooli-nCaill lUtttaMB at fraaaur aad daieaa an dad the vauU it the sfceltefv ejaaQl thing for the man raUI ao oat dart uy la tttU had of la a it fm, aad oa the other aide of the lake that he ooald aot aud out, for he would BY. toot "to at "oil, or It's "hat" (at- Ut of theoldiew .are fee ,wbUe-,teut- a have killed kfsm "too quck." Aaether pushed, At fee base of tfee feitl apoa paaseager hid his money aad watch ia a Ax Englishman says a derrick k a biwrhieh the monument ia to be pJaaetLa4 apittooa, aad attempted to get dear by teeloakg the tamhur ever t&oa The leader told hha valve, because It k a holster. sjaaas hoaae is erected, tjjAMM-- - t,. taA. - Tb Leaden Truth k deaoaaeiag i aasa wisamea, iwiaav lawSBwtT h ilaJ I asi fee trippkiijn oi woe, ,. Caaada aa aa iaetuabraaee to the Brit t.i(,.-- j - n.. Of Manitoba it says ish Government. , that, and that he ooald take his choloo, BiHAUYdXTdax or michms. ' tt k a fraud, loeked ia by froaj eight ATeryrlchmaaoaeeaaid : "I worked ia bead over hi motley or loae his exeept re- - aaealhs ia the year, aad useless ike a slave till I was nearly CO fb aajkeiravfeMNfa. while the maaales of far hunting aad ashing. Aeeordfeg to ay farttHio, and I have been watclK.-- " velwri were held ia etoee proiimity to the Truth, the oaly part of Canada feat .!, use a ttrteeerve," tn.U Ms head. ItVdeelded to take his k desirable k Oatasip, aad that, k aavylo 0Bcaad watchfwltich wureiMicd out claims, k heaadiby Ma positioa aad uaory. buHJio rfth tiVoftciilSe'oU wSeie- bceOmo one of of tho spittoon and turned over with 'business connections to isat lor tin) wucllorutioa of their oondithe United Htatos. vrefuse apologias. asat as fee txwr. es hsaiwSeaJ paaUahed In JBrassels work with rcspecUto-t- ho of newspapers, in which the relaimsfor'OBe'of his own conn- liiisatn, Abraham Bercerer, a native of if tW first idea v&neMjnbli. And he not oaly deelares 1m was the first Eoropcan journalist, bat ho waS 'as well, the originator Thete 0 readjtioBle leeWbutTmtate ui SO.VK WILLS. Kvery now and then wo, eoo wills i tho Illtilrt(cd London J'cwt which as by tho magnitude and benevolence of tho pecuniary bequests. Silch aro tho enormous bequests of Mr. Gardner to tho blind, and of tho Into Mr. Grorgo Henry Moore, who left sporadic leg&cica In ovcry conccivablo direction. Wo naturally augur all good things from such amiably-minde- d testators. But perhaps a still higher degree of sympaM& thy and credit ought to bo attached to thoso generous-minde- d beings who havo made their Wnofactions hi their lifetime. Such wero tho Into Mr. Atwood, -whoso anonymous benefactions of 1,000 each were acknowledged incessantly in tho second column of tho Timet; the -late Mr. Kcmblc, of Path, whose gifts were of tho rarest delicacy V jt andkindncBs, and Mr. Holloway, who Condstlnp of the Finest and Purest Faccy and Slick Can die, Orangrs, Bananas, Lemons, Malaga Grspfs, Rakiat, proved such a benefaetor to tho has Figs, Dates and Nuts of all kfndi. He alto keeps alwajs oa hand Fresh Baltimore Ojtteri lathe cs,n and hulk, of the middle class and to the caase cheaper than can be bougt in the city. of the higher education of women. When we read of a rich man leaving an enormous fortune to tho Metropolitan THOS. METUALF. WALTER W. OWSLEY. Board of Works, we saspect an unuitia combination of the prosaic and Imaguv tiro in his compoution. It waa much more sensible of Mr. Keald to leavo his money to the Queen. You ve'ry often find rich people leaving money to tho rich, and even poor peoplo doing the samo thing. Although somo cases may admit of explanation, it appears to me that this is an indication of a very mem -- Dealers In order of character, and is carrying snobbishness beyond the tomb. Tho will of Rabelais if, indeed, this curious will is really his gives quite the spirit of his works : have no avaOablo property; Towe a great deal ; thq rest I give to 1Tni the poor," One thinks mnch of tho a .. -of people who leave money to dumb animals ; alwaya prpvid. ed, however, that they havo not cut .1 1 IJ 1 TTT i a4r (mm out their relations in favor of eats aad dogs. Not oaly to cats aad dogs, bat to horses, parrots and other birds, aad even to fishes, have handsome beqaests . tmi4 Urn,- been left Even Lord Chancellor Eldon left a small annuity to his dog, which is a relieving feature in hk character. London Society. READ THIS & BE WISE ! YOU O.A.3NT BUY OP- I, ETU im-me- Auy tiling and Everything; in tlie Oonlbc- - tioncry Line, 1 in-sa- 3E"W FIRM. METCALF & OWSLEY f Staple and Fancy Groceries, Foreign V: ...Fruits, Queensware, of Every Variety. Glassware,- Wood and Willowware,, .TintiitQV&.c J1 w e inaKe a specially oi uaiinea upo.as. ttff "I upon CAX CZLIBACr BB eXCVBKDT Don't forget to call on us during tlie, Holidays ,for,wJRaiJs- ons, Prunes, Currants, Citron, Extracts, Oranges, Lemons, Cocoanuts, Malaga Grapes, Ba- nannas and Every Variety of French and Plain Candies. " We will take pleasure in showing you goods and 'will give you the very lowest prices. Come and see us. METCAIjF & OWSLEY. Very respectfully, fc 'H , !" e' i TOYS CHRISTMAS TRIX ,- dHn.leS rtleylibeWXl train-robbe- Fancy Candies, AH Kinds of Confectioneries, " Which I Wii,!, y' i NOW HAVE OPEN n- ni - t- -- ti M mWMTB 1 IfIIS CORNER-- te IWAIIM AND SOMERSET STREETS, ' ' n. w STANFORD, KT. ti 4a i . ' " ' T R. WALTON, Grober. " " ' nil '' " ' i4 ia ra H i mi i a Ur ,(. aij ut. n Fwr PHrtwlH ii-Mtc- ItHpteiwewtt, AgrlcHUnritl HnrtilHcry. CMrrns;e. IttntKlr. NprlmcnHrt Fnrm W J uterisJaitrniil December 21, 1883 ft ojao jiwKonr. g-- ;, HKX. Ac, mvo twwHoyHHil hHy of nil I, H. 11 II I l,yiH.ltvfitnilr, litniiuUy. THK HKAT OF THK FUTVHK, Stanford, Ky., Oak trious young liuly who k evcrlaaUagly indus- knitting Iter eyebrow bo called Tub only prizo tho English carried ofl at tho Derby was a surprise, but U was ft big one. .Thb ago of dkcrnfcion Tho ago when eecapany n4nr can bo put ob or taken t8 m necessity demands, "Who say it k unhealthy to sleep in feathers? Look at Uio spring chicken -- and aco bow fcmgh bo k. Do nor tell a man lio lion. It k rub gar. Ray thai hk conversation sugsosk to your mltiil a tummcr-resocircular. has been degnitoly settled at last Hint tho reason why tbo pig's toil curb k liecauso it's styed when it ia young, ".Nothixu k itnixiMibla to him who will," 2ftmeMo; it ia imjiovdblo foi tbo UiM who will to got nbciul of the rt It kwycrs. Wmn a woman nttnina tbo ago of 31 without accumulating ft husband be cn joyn attending ono funeral aoro than i dozen balls. A kitlTirpL mild In Carllt On Um btik of br oki bvl a Ul W hn krr lTr forgot, And baf cl Ux ton rpo, , Hrr icrMlin nnld b bxrd (or mUl. ia now lxiliorod that Uio oleoma garino factories put balr in their goods, thn rendering it mure difficult of do taction Uian over. - WmxKTin young ladies learn bow tc tick a 4n In ther apron string so Uial it won't scratch a fellow's arm there- will bo moro HMirriagea. yon'want ft broth ol a boy, taki mp," aalil tho Irish sailor to tlic cannibal King. Dut'tho King said he prefcrrec him roasted.' ITo wasn't foml of broth. " What cao rua taaU-- than a good bono" wm the conundrum, and the . man who bod had sotuo trouble with hit creditors guessed it at once: "Th It - '"Ir HberuT. 4Thk latest sweet thlntr for tbe India heek on wedding alipicr. gu uw enongu u nBea wo get lata tiiischkf the ivory heek skoalc k. ivory gr-uo- bo removed. Th Now Orlcaaa ricayunc state .that MaUadelpyaae kick against th elevated railways. Jeboshaphatl Tlisl beak 'the beat efforts of tho Soldeni fctmpe. " Per npon say tombstone,' said tin dybrgvma'u, "an cpftnph stating thaTl a scoundrel, thief and bruto. Then Epitaphs always Ik so." A YaimoT la lUrkta speaks 360 words. There being leas than that number ot profane eipressioaa in the EnglUh k k preaamable that the bird b than Lawrroce'a bad instigated the1 a, aoeaethlBg of a polyglot. aault. Mks MarUeeau, who witaeased the f unornl ceremonies and had a con Iwrk.wiy u tVi.tAjfM a.ged cni Th Atlrmpt to Kill frrtlttnl Jfntkton, Androw Jnckson Iind many bMter cno- mfes. Dcing nnturnlly a man of violent temper, bo bait never learned to control hlmrelf, and in tho dischargo of his ottcial duly he bid been compelled to givo great oflcnao to many who honestly Ilia veto of tho differed from him. llnnk bilk and bit prompt measures to put down nullification hod inflamed tho pnsnlon of his jiolitical opponents. Many snid and Wl loved that ho was ruining tho country, and bo aggravated tbo feelings against him by his unyielding and impcrions manner. A. Mr. who had !oen a Lieutenant in tho navy and bad been cashiered, attempted to pnll Fresiiknt'a Jsekson'a noso publicly, and, report says, more than,half snececded. At loaat, tho rrea- idcnl'a keo woa covereI with blood. Ilk prido was wound d iu this ean, but ' llnd I thcro was no actual dsngcr. known," said Jackson, that Ilandolph stoal lie foro mo, I should bnvo been prepared, and I could luvo defendod No villain over escaped mo myself. tefore, and ho would not, bad it not (Tho leen for mr confined situation. President was seated iu an when attacked). Far moro serious woa tho attempt miwlo uoii tho I'reaidcnt's Ufa Jan. 80, 1835. On that dnylm President and bk Cabinet and Ik1i houwiof Congress met in tho ball ot tbo Homo ot Repre sentatives to take part in tbo funeral ceremonies of a deceased member oi Cougrtfs from South Carolina. Aa tho President, near the brad of tho procession, was passing out from the rotunda of tbo Capitol nnd was about to enter tho portico, & man atepped out of the crowd, and, standing not eight feet from tbo President, leveled n pistol at him nnd pulled tho trigger. The cap mkned fire. Tho man instantly drew a second pktol from nnder bis clonk nnd ngnin tried to shoot. But tho second cap also mbsed Arc. President Jackson rutbed furiously at Uio aspassln with uplifted cane, and would havo felled him to Uio ground, but, beforo ho could roach the rain, Lieut. Gedney, of Ujo navy, had knocked him down, and ho was socdily Tho prisoner, who was an secured. named Lawrence English house-paintPorter, explained hk motives in words which apply with singular aptness to the case of tho wretched Qtuteau : Uesriog ou nil sides tint ths coantry bad tu rained ly lbs msarrs or uoo. Jsckspn, lbs protect of sssswlnstlsg bio bsj futened tUflt In A tntj brain. Ttis (ibjakiaas who staErisrd hka reported i " He tUted thi t, lb rrtttdmt to bo Its sosroo or all Ids diOruHita. hs was itlU Axed in bis porpono to kill blm and, U bis taeecasor porroed the tasas ccortc, to put blin oat of Uis way olio." Lnwreuco was placed in an asylum. The insinuations of the Globe that ha wsa the agent of a conspiracy obtained no general credence. But Jackson him self always insisted that ablar minds IUn-dolparm-cha- ir There can bo no reasonable doubt that dwelling-house- " When I was was thlSoWs7eTV' reBU&k'wTly U fused view of the "exciting scone- - when bercoBipaoioa,nRh(rpaMxd tltumin the th President waa shot at, writes inhor 4ret. "Excuse see, Bsdam,'' iwld hs, 'netrospect of Western Travel :" WbtnldiJtdtbU.cWluUHwweltooktbt tarabig itiariily, 'yoa arektakm; tirirfest poasibla nottee to the rmsdeat ot Ui lsme man, not a laeae lawyer." "totalis attempt" ot Lawrenee, tnt trie word ti, font Anfnrtn A H 'r4 f M frdr M, "I nt tBatt TvbMrUutof taf ttBttl Ut's fans a UUi, a4 e4 bufat M ' K An, " Hi'i nri oT Uta !, birt Uko." Uim Rim rry'Wrf, Qtu, Ua'ttMr t by tneWal Jbtw Uiein basana skia, and as be rose ! sad wow he aatd, Thank ftiy hkrs tbal I do net lire in ft tropteal coantry, wltcrt tbo'ke would be covered, with basani aliVpaJ- - dowa tv-- ' at of bed aaJ pat bk foot npon a piece of oiloloth aayi Jse mac who 'the oeeurrseoo tn afeppd rowed bis Irs. Hs proUated, la tbe, prweac et bsst straecers, tnattbsrswasnottuaaityk tit esse, I was silent, of oosne. B prole- -t ed that there was s plot and tbet tbe aua wit s br, and at hA seoted the AKrnc7 Oeaeral hit authorilT. It was palufu to Lear a tbir f ruler Vmbnclf trrlssf to vrrnade a for tiffrt that aa7 of bit rowtitoenesliiU'd hia to Hie drstb, sad I look tbe abort? to rtuaro Ike sublet.. Gen. Jackson to hk dying hour Gvorge Poindoxtor, of Kksk-tippi, of baring imrtcipatd in Uie sV U'iDpiito atsassiUAte una; but few, U uy, ren uf ,bk own partkona, sharud in tho fuol of tho future, for nso in om will bo soma kind oi distributed through tho city precisely as illuminating gas is now delivered. Tlio nso of coal is extravagant, wasteful and inconvenient, and tho dust nnd smoke arising from it odd much to tho impurities of tho air, whilo Uio removal ot from 100 to 200 pounds of ashes for ovcry ton of coal burned is n great annoyance Several substitutes fur solid foci have been proposed, nil of which havo strong advocates. These aro steam heat, hot water nnd gaseous fuel Ho far at tho warming of dwellings is concerned, it must bo admitted Uist Mr. Holly has succeeded in demonstrating that stcAm can bo generated at a central stfttiAn nnd economically distributed for thk puriwM. But for cooking pnrponcs steam heat supplied in this wny cannot bo mndo available. At tho present time it is tho custom to uso steam for boating purposes at higher pressures than formerly, sometimes aa high on twenty pounds to tho squaro Inch. Tho for tho systom do not socm promising of great success. The prncticnl difUcnlty of mniutiiuiut; a constant circulation through n great number of pipes running in overy direction seem to bo almost insurmountable. Moreover, granting that this difficulty is overcome in practice, a fakl objection still remains, wldch k, that tho tcmicraturc of an apartment heated by pipes ennuot bo cosily regulated; for, ii tho room k too worm, thu water cannot bo shut off like steam, but must remain in the pipes if tho circulation k nnd part with its heat gradually, or, if moro heat k required, tho flrei must bo quickened, and tho water has to make an entire circuit before tho benefit is folt. Tho temperature of the water hi tho Prall system which is, perhaps, tbe best known of all k to be about 400 to 425 degrees Fahrenheit. Such ft high temperature involves n pressure at tho boiler of not lees than nineteen or twenty atmospheres, and it is doubtful if such a prossuro can be regarded aa quito safe, Tho system ol heating that is destined to snpersedo all others k by means of a gaseous fuel. For thk purpose a suitable gas con be manufactured very cheaply, and there need lo no more difficulty or dinger attending its us) than k met with now in tho use ot illuminating gas. By passing a current ot steam through an incandescent moss of coal, in a suitable furnace, tbo oxygen of tho steam combines with the carlion of tho coal to form a combustible gas, whilo tho other constituent ot tho steam, hydrogen gas, which k also combusUble, k set free, Tne mixture of .carbon oxido and hydrogen thus produced" is tho " water gas," and jt is thk gas which seems likely to come largely into uso for a household fuel. A not unimportant fact in con nection with thk gas k that, although it will explode when mixed with tho prop er proportion of air, its explosive energy k much less than that of ordinary illu Tho introduction of minating gas. gaseous fuel would not necessitate very great changes in the stoves and ranges now in use. The convenience and ccoa omy ot tho system commend it to overy one, Aeto York Time. pros-peek hot-watbot-watinter-mpted HAHTVrr,HHT0ntKS. a cadet," said be, " J ono rainy day on sentinel duty, whci Gen. Scott, who was visiting tho Point, camo by, wrapped in n great military -cloak andcarryingahugo umbrella. Booing mo pacing up nnd down in the rain, the old gentleman's kind heart indncec him to stop and say to mo, Young gentleman, you will catch cold out in Ui( wet. Come under my umbrella, and walk with mo up to headquarters, wliou I will havo you excused.' I tnarobcdbj his sido in fear and trembling, and, tc my great relief, was not reprimanded by i tho commandant." Again ho told ns: ' 1 was onco ordered to tho front to tako part in a forward movement under Gen. Shields, Shield!, be it known, had unquestionably kissed tho bkruoy-stone- . I arrived with my regiment in tho evening, and at once reblSTW-lported at thoGcncml 'stent. Thcro were a number of Colonels sittingnnd standing about tho tent J and when I wont in Gen. Shields came forward to moot mo, and, i .i putting hi hand up to hk month, whiipcrcd iii my car, ' I'm glad to see von here,' emphasizing tho you in a complimentary manner. Presently another Colonel arrived and enmoin, when Shields stepped up to him nnd wont Uirough tho samo motion. Then another ., arrived with Uio samo result. Whon with orwo wcro all dismissed, nt ders to report noxt morning daybreak, wo bid tho General good-nigWhen we and walked onUido together. 'Gentlemen, wcro outofear-shot,said- l, I think I can tell each ono of you what Gen. Shields whispered to him 'What what ' asked they all 'Why,' said I, 'be simply said, ' I am glad to sco you bore.' Gen. Every Colonol bowed assent. Shields had politely and poliUcly ad-dressed to each ono of us tho samo gratifying formula, but next day wo fought nono tho worse for that, although an occasional smile would break out." was ono Urno disAgain bo said : cussing in Washington with Gen. Sheridan the real valuo of brevet rank. I argued that brevets should bo limited to a very few. Sheridan contested that thay ought to bo generously bestowed for meritonons services, wo wcro in a glass of punch together. n;. . took up Sheridan's glass of rightly com. pounded punch and poured ik contents ' Tlicro,' I exThanking our friend', one and all, for tl ot genet oas patronage during the into tho claimed, ' I have illustrated tho value ol peat year, and toliciting iti cintinuanc, wj are, riapc'.ful!y, a liberal system of brevets. Drink your EDMISTON OWSLEY 5 STANFORD, KY, We Ayill ring the coming year to be better prepared du- SUPPLY THE WANTS' Of this Community than yg ever were. We intend T that our stock of ;': .. , Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, :;, "I Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Carpets, Wall Paper,&c. 1 Shall be more extensive than any stock heretofore kept in this market. EDMISTON & water-pitche- r. punch I'" Xfie OWSLEY. sua-past-ed hj lie k going to freeM piece of the Baierk) merely wrapping ico-rea- a k worth s fortune to him. i thk A Mwpict'on. round the fraeaarr, , ,.. ci A JWUtoiOMtlM Utrtcp4rfl WtmUuj1 loTfr, . ils i.i v , ' ''And Jot Ud( of mlfooett I turn Tbun ffwlj And wonW bow lb f lrl X kliM a Tbit ntbl b promMi) tq U Uo i CoulA iun a niunWr hiiq m Into iltty Ui I wo. neaUemaa atola font been, oiirrU'd Ueu sevictrl pud did not gvt stung once. ; hut Vik li('iit man Jliadir gono wiUilu t iho bees.. bo w wild' have, been of KtTicxr fs t "'' ai KiitK ifait.v tiiu.- - u , ?I aiwopX-VjtAXKcnuTR rxtTrn; Bomo years ago, when Mrs. Child was or 'which' the Afrioaa "aibyl " was presdtat, a clergyaaa asked permWoa to apeak. It Mag granted, bo mounted the platform and poured forth tho following Undo: "lamas orthodox miakterof the gospel. I cAme hero thk after-boo- b to bear aeme'of tho eloquc&ee and wit which I Bnderstaad were ao abundant at tbaaawaaUBga ; bt,'kMiWB4 &f ever thrust ay presence UBOBgjoa. : it will be the last. I eaa flad a better ue for say kk are hours tfaaa aUeadasoe tipoa galbarulga where ifke oiUy ateakra. are wobmb. aad kk-turn:- " He paused. Thee rea a dead iieaee for ttoaaent throBgh the hall. Then Sojourner Truth suddenly arose frea one of tho rcarseak, and addressed 'presiding at aa aati-skTe- mccUngat farlkteued io.UtOe but lnaulk heaped ttpea the elergy. It Ibttj'kWisU k the first time I smiikU-- r ef the gesjiel,'' she aaU, " and se he probably knows what's ia the aeriptMre. There waa aaeUier nakkter, long tjeao ago, named Balaam. Be get tbf.eheir: ,"TtrtgoaUa.tsk.a ha U raightymad,too,atannMtbatspoke, But, Mhiw Chsiruidu, I'd like to rewind the , and sot gentkiuau t4i4'itwM that saw tbo wieU." tho ulukter, the-ass- without Fans, Cutting Boxes, Pumps, Ac, and everything Whatbyjui facilitates our work k more Hardware House. Gr eerie, Harnera; Stoves, thaa an omen;- it k n eause ot suoeess. Thk k one ef Uiose pleasing surprises ACTttltS XiMAHATB. which often happen to active reflations. k quoted k Mrs. Jolin Dffw people ore aa saying Many things difficult to design prove that on tho,awgo " ytty well easy to perform. paid and very careful of whet tbey do, X Tobonto wife was shot by her husand none of Uiom marveloualy funny, band, and the doctors told her that aha queer things bappeu that happcuu i"" rim BirrxKJcvcx. is, 1 probably would not yeeoTer; but she forty or fifty years sgo. Tk-iaaaaaasaVa4aVssfe wanted to ksow-thother day if tliiuk, rather lets fjetiias on tho tt ? , refused to mako any statement unless Mk wo could tell tste,dJBerenedibetwtMn a but tM re" it more cool conduct, Tbm tbey would declare that tho would dk dromedary and the anthor of tho " Gal- men who used to bo very funny and yur.t beyond a shadow of doubt. "It thk Vhile wo were computing orratic-p-wh- o ley ffiavo." iutoxicaUsl lien-nn- hart k going to kill mo,M iho aald, "I used to To aay friends' who have so libersllr divided tbelr trade tho multifarious difference thoro might get .n'oxicited t!i re, and ot whom uoa t mind it my husband gets hanged for it, and I'll furnkb all tho evidence past rear, I tender my tincere thi ska tud atk a costlousuco bo ho took shelter Itehind tho wclhtop peqplo thought bow clmer they wouh' Verv re'pectfully, coming yer. anil shouted: " llocauso ouo's nil 'earned Its if thoy did noTdiinfc avr I? n; I can; If I got well, I shan't want blm LKEH Mrltl.VNEY. and tho other's only Hartley Campbell." bmly of that churaoti-- in on t.e aii- - at sent to prison, for I'd bo pretty suro to SilismsM. IH'AHX HMUHV. want to lire with him acain." I v' YwXtrt QeuttU, Amoiicuns naie cornea a fepbtabotf ior loo uuaiucr u am ler ma canocr OI their invontions. Perhaps their success u aa mucli doe to tho prevailing dkposl tion to bolleve in an alkged (Kscorcry and to give it a trial. In England ou bventor who proclaim hk invention k looked upon like a cluaking hen who has laid her egg. DoubUesn there are occo-sious wbeu ho k over' noisy and uu oouscionublo. Inventors have had more grievances and have apprised tho world of tlicm moro than any other olass of men. Hero thoy arc regardod aa bores; in. Aporfca tbey aro eutorbibing, and cYcrybody listens tq them, That is partly why Awerioa pflwn a better Held fur the propagation, ot dkenvery. But Mr. Chamberlain trod justly, m wo beUeve, on one of our favorite forms of attip&al, whan he denied that the Awftrieana awFrutssed bs in the more solid and striking ef the which tbe world's 'registry office records.. Xotuion 2Vx. i The Springfield Republican speaks of Emile de Girardin as the " greatest editor in the world." There is no doubt that after the death of Telone, ot the London Tifid, 'Girardin was as the r Republican deficrilx him. As n msn at large, Girardin was the greatest man who ever existed. He Presents the compliments of the season, and begs to say that he ia wrote as striking an article as Horace prepared to setve! iscmioxeis with the Greeley, managed tho writings ot others, following goods : like Delano, and excelled James Gordon tbe elder, and the first John Bennett, Walter, as a publisher. The great Utter day success of Parisian journalkm the Little Journal, was Girardin's. Ths daily circulation of thk marvelous little paper exceeds 00,000. The latest figores, we believe, are above 600,0 OO.Tbe France k Girardin's political paper, s large and, for French press-worOKIOIXAL BIX UCCOVXTKD rOH. handsomely printed rheet carried and In ft certain minister's family the con made' famous and lucrative by Girardin't versation onee turned upon the chanui-te- r articles. The great editor lived in o Ready-Mad- e of Uio baby. 'Why was he aq nanghty J palace between tho Aruile Triotnphe and who bad reached the age ot the building of tbe exposition ot 1879, Tho brother, 12, and was studying the steam engine nigh the palace of the Queeb of Spain, ittJik.interrs! of eatechkm, gave vent to and entertained in priucely stylJi Queens-war-e, bk orthodoxy in the following suggesgirl wanted to go A tive inquiry: "Papa, as we all inherit so 'her mother taught tho sin ot Adam, and the baby k such s to Sunday-schooUtile fellow, k there not a greater pns-snr- her tbo verse ot scripture, " The Lord ot sin to the square inch in th is my shepherd, I shall not .want," and And many other articles too tedious to mention. Choice FLOUR made at let her go. Thk k the way she ropoatoJ baby than in any ot the rest of us ? J. E. Farm' .Mill. All of the above articles at Bottom Figures. her text: "Tbe Lord k my shepherd, II a who makes a baseless insiuusUvu bnt I don't want nothing." sguiust a neighbor's integrity or honor A Mississippi pilot saw a comet, and U.mlty of n.n injustice which s tstr cried: "I've got 'em; viouii and monktroua in comparison with immediately Still has the lead. Nothing will tut potty depredaliou ot tho deepicubld snakes I'vo had beforo, but tho atari be moio acceptable as a family J.itf who breaks into hk granary ani hii'o got taik on 'em ; I'm a dead man.' lireptitioualy. camoa away bis corn. auALZ, a nows-pape- a rkatest r.virpiu M D ELMORE, - k, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Staple and Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Table and Pocket Cutlery. dranges, Lemons, Apples, uttlv l, o the jewel Blanche: - Jior irjxpumxu TUOUOUT, IXJVRIOVB KFFKCTS OT TOBACCO. An intcrmlttenco of the beating ot heart and pulso k one of Uio re sulk ot tobacco smoking. It k enough, in cer tain cases, to suspend or at least reduce Uio ueo ot tobacco in smoking to see the irregularity in tho funcUons'of Uio heart Young disappear entirely or diminkli. people who smoke show generally a sluggishness of intelligence and a strong taste for strong or drinks. In very young persons who ceaso to smoke and who aro not affected by any orgnio lesion, Uio disorders of iho economy which have just bocu mentioned disappear, often very quickly and almost always without leaving any trace. Christmas Present. A good mother, whose boy k exceptionally oonaoienUoua and devout, has often been smitten with a pang of apprehension lost her darling might be too good for thk world. Tho thought eame into her mind the other day, when her head was bowed by Uie side of her ; but this pain was child's at prayer-tim- o very different quickly banished by feeling when the litUe bey said, in a low 'whisper i "Mamma, can't I go to the circus f Tlioro's going to be ft horse on atilte." Sunday-Schoo- l Time. Mrs. A. Sirs. Mary Bowman sod Mis. J. H. Shanks have bteiy ornamented their' kitchin with one. M. D. M.Denny, Elmore, K. 'SSBBaa5t?wElsM2MlBa TBE OLIVER! lfmelu M is gantn Glaus him-ttir. I, Ure also the CHAMPION scd AVERY Flow, Com Sbellers with and -- Is almcft s familiar in every 4 .8tl rs kept in a Fitit-ClaTinware, Ac. .rav g-- tne fer the of your trsde ths with r W. II. 1IIGGIN8. v. i . Tully i- - I i ww IwHttW! J fWpfvTVflrenM twflwfjll Mn Geeteffisis credit tbe csxiaty with tea peeialty In tbe gowtbera petiioa yet re. varieties, or qualities of sell possseavetf mains, bHt oyer oae half of the county exlravsgsal srsstibtMeitM, ttserVil aad every degree of fertility ad f ipaetly for hits had Its rimWs reVeti entirety away to Thereat ever eirty.llrc Miles of and prnstrictiofr, front tvee ivehesl rtsta tswet Hi1 cnsbl tbe farmer to better ealtlvate bra railroad atrd ctre haadred and twenty five mar f aarirty. Ueefge W UiMlap, gwr exhauitable of the lower Sltr ten whb its fields of grain. A regard for the truth miles of lump)- - The public: bulldlnas at, 1183 SnMIRvS JJm tHte ef Ketttneky Ualretstls;, praetked law arc good snd wHI need no exteattofi for fotHlTerorH rocks to the poorest aad most eewpels me to rotation the anlewebe-lwas eree'sei s here waeii shs weatssi uaprodtHtlre of tbe Devcnre wttb its feet that tbe best pertten of our prlnsTat twenty years. ass wres sawyer os uawsvas swirwy. forests hare dtWppeared, Over large secsterile state The eoaaty Is ptaetteelly cut of debt Wss Hsievy eitueaietl arjtl tae aesi nisiorraa For tbe braelt of perseas not acq uetat-e- d tions, la the highest etste of cultivation and Its taxes the lowest la the Stale. George W. Daa-laphour town. Hit sea, with the terms of Geology, I ateatlon hi only enough forest trees remain for ornaThe prvgrets of (he county inM (be Good Jr, graduated at Km tatty University, a this connection that the Silurian lends ment snd elude. These are generslly of war has been most setUtaetory aad uiUu, principal f Franklin Iastlhtte for a numas Bad Men. are those commonly mealloatd as Lime-sl- f the most valuable species, black walnut, There bas been a steady Immigration, aad ber of years; practiced law, which he abane wild cherry, sugar tie, ash, Ac, but thty since 1870 the population hss Increased ne aad the Sub Carboniferous as doned for the ministry; now an erargeltst are too highly prised for ornamentation over 80 per cent. The Immigration or seady land. Who Have Blitii A Lilt of Tkie ,xi style of Geo, O. B irnes. Km. X. after the With this great variety of soils mention- to be given over to tbe hands of the year will exceed a thousand. The growth gsitked ThemelTNi D.PoWs, author of the "Sing of ) UMM ed, tbe county has the capacity tot producof lis towns aad esptetaWy Stanford, the ter," the history of this town, is a daDgatW ing eaccesefully every crop, whether or Ia the forests yet remaining are many county seat, baa been steady, maaifested Avl Tiow Wko Are Trying To Do So. of George W. Dunlap and an accompi he4 chard, garden or field that can bs grown In varieties of trees vatuaHs for lumber. not oaly In the leereess of Inhabitants, lady of considerable ability; a ready writer BY BR. J. B, KIHHAIRB. this climate, and to enumerate them I have seen growing over fifty vsrietles as bat also in business and wealth. of prose and Terse, who lives in Brooklyn, weald i quire a full column or more of follows, of oaks, the while, black, red, spoterroRTUNiTia. The aewepspet of the whole coHairy N Y., where aha reeently moved from ted, pine, burr, chestnut, chloquepln, span-issolid resding matter In this paper. Atnodistsatday there mast bo a great false state- here The wife of George, W. Dunlap, Jr., hare recently published many water, laurel and hurl ram and perhaps manufacturing community In central Uacb. formation before mentioned bee its ments sod bare perverted tbe truth, where was a Miss Fianie, frees Memphis, Tern , a The neeestllle of (be laboring different qualities ot sell, aad these ia tbe other oaks; black and white walnut, pig tbe faintest shadow of truth, with lady of superior mind. James 0. Bsrees, there h Silurian are sj distinctive that Geologists aad shag hickory, wild cherry, sagar, aad classes require it and the surplui home of the father of the great evangelist, George O. regard to the number asd character classify theai under the two heads, upper wsttr maple, white and yellow poplar; cu capital needs it for Investment. The want crises committed In Garrard county. Barnes, wss paster of the Presbyterisn snd lower Silurian, the latter (the oae cumber and several virietiet of elm, birch, I much felt already and great opportunisame of Lancailsr ia mentioned, chureb for many years; an eminent divine. When the richest in foesiUreroae reck and giving the black and asrtet gum, black dogwood, ties are at hand for thoc who will become merci- George edKers and reporlere tilh into u O. was born at Painl Lick, gradua most fertile roils) being Itself given dye black and red haw, blue and black ash, the pioneers In Manufacturing Industries lessly. If a pistol U accidentally discharg- ted at Centre College, afterwards at Prince In this section. There is no town so favor-sbt- e the upper, middle and low- buckeye, chestnut, ironsiood, eourwood,saa limits of our Own, a nswepa-pe- r ton, N. J.; was a Prebyterun minuter; dised within the lo the eueesss of sucb baslaesd a er of the Hudson River, the Trenton and afras, persimmon, cedar, pine, black locust, reporter from Louisville or Circlnnatl missed from the church, since which he has honey locust, sycamore, red bud, hitckber-r- Stanford. lis railroad BIrdssye. cemtniialeatieae cornea In on the next train and Immediatebeen evangelising. He had 900 converts mulberry, box elder, born beam, linn, are ample and will be increased In There Is another limestone formation, the ly aelahlraielf to work to write up the at a protracted meeting at Lancaster in the Cornlferous, which sometimes hu a linden, spice wood and sitae others not re- near fulHre. Its Mtaatlon upon tbe bor-dcriminal history of the county, which tie 1831. Lvpeley Ysntis, D D., wi--s born of the blue grass region, close to separate p1scs, but In the Geological Map membered. Unless, wanton destruction en the generally does In a sensational style.regard-lea- s here; wss President of Theological Seminaof the county, prepared by Mr. W. M. sues, these forests cannct be exhausted for best hird wood, cosl and Iron on the concltlsen might ry at Fulton, Ma, where he died. James of facts. An emlnert many years to come. In fact, never will tinent Is fsvorablc. Its running Llaney fir Hon, Jno. R. Procter, State streams die, bat they would not undertake the T. Lipsley waa born here, graduate of Cen is embraced with the upper Sil br.if the young trees continually springing afford abundance of water for steam tbe duty of attempting a ahort ekttch of tre College and Prineeton; pastor of Presbyup, areglnn an opportunity to grow. year around, and waltrcaa he obtained In features are Its characteristic urlan. his life and work. Let a man die who has terian church at Lebanon. Luther M. Sa MINERALS wells at a depth of from 30 la 60 strongly presented in the limestone rocks fttl. killed a fellow being and they will fill their fari!, M. V.t from this county, practiced No efforts have been mads to develop The agricultural lands are not on the farms of Col. Isaac Shelby, Areadla, ntilked to with all kinds of comments Eve- - medicine at Mt. Sterling; wrote history of columns the mineral rt sources, and therefore it is one fourth of their cspsclty and there (s and Mrs. Rebecca Htrt, Traveler's Rest, a ry circumstance of his bd deeds is famil- the "Lancaster Fever" of 1832 Dr. Jerenot possible to speak sccurately in regard fiaeflsld for any one lo engage between MllledgeTlIleand Shelby City. sueeeWully iarly quoted by them, sometimes at a 8." Pierce, practised here; was defeat miah la any of the multifarious branches of the to them. It is scarcely neeessary to say thst of truth. Rirely do the names and ed for Congress. Dr. BeDjamin Mason, Iron ore ia found upon the surface In fsrmleg. Tbe oil fields offer soils of tbe lands within the Silurian belt great for. deeds of the numeroui great men our coun father of J.B. Mason, prominent physician, the most fertile and highly prised by coatidrrable quantities at Flat Lick, a lunes.. Our forest are templing to the arc has furnished appear In print Wo Ten- - was elected as Representative with George It the agriculturist. The whole of the blue mile and a half west of Stanford, and at lumberman. No person of fair capacity ture the assertion that there exists no where Robertson and served one term. His son Bears the soubrlqutt. Lsocstltr. grass region of Kentucky belongs to this other points. A description cf the Flat for gelling along can make a mistake In in this country an equal area that has pro has also served one term. George Sirtaln, lis our btrtbptscs, dear aad saered, formation, the leads of which possess such Lick ere may be found upon page 112 of locating in ibis county. The comfortable duced as many prominent men. Garrard waa born here; a natural barn otator and a In the heart ol old Kentucky, wealth of soil thai one hundred years of Volumes of the Kentucky Geological 8ar-Te- r. and thrifty coadlllon justify hls remark. been the birth countr anasLaacaater bare Tls the pride of asrrard county, lawyer of ability. Charley Fox left this None or her itopIc who practice indvetiy steady cultivation without tbe asaistsaee ralrest ctly of the hillside. places of men who hare distinguished them town msny years ago as a peripatetic singLead ore has been found upon the and economy wllh fair of fertilisers does not stem in the slightest Ifsy she never know mlifortuBS,a administrative cain erery walk of life in the pulpit, ing master, turned up in Sin Francisco a wires Sbaaka farm, oae mile Saulh of Stanford pacity are poor. While lbs moons ire wsttng, vials. degree lo hava impaired their capacity for It is an Inviting field all upon the bench, in the halls of Congress, millionaire. Samuel Taylor Bledsoe, celeon Logan s urtetc, ana at sever around, good May her blsulngs ever linger, country to come lo and stay producing the most magnificent ciops of Junction, upon .the Gorernor's seat and in the field. brated mathematician of Virginia, born the eycls brings lis chances. al poitts on Neal'aCretk. In. Good alike for the rich and tbe poor all kinds. Indeed it is claimed by some, Msy ths strife of haraaa passions, we hare been turning out men who While Potttr's clay in lo Inexhaustabla quanti- For tbe rich to tajoy the luxuries here and went to Virginia. Bjyle Gordon, Msy all riots snd distensions, that plowing these lends in proper manner and the hare bourne unenviable reputations at profewrof law in Colombia Law School, Is found alcng tbe base of the knobs poor to Msy disss) and flood and Are, acquire the comforts. A blrssrd but facilitates the disintegration and de- ties home and abroad, many illustrious heroes wss from Garrard county. We. McKee South of Stanford on Green rivtr. UR their baleful shidovi from her, ' i ' composition of their foaaitiferous stones, Building stone and superior quality is country high up totrant heaven with a hare been reared in Garrard and hare Dunn, Judge Advocate Genersl, came from Let her children cling unto htr. of climate and gsnerons mils. A setting forth their phespbates lo enrich the, Mid ths wreck of mind and nutter, made for themselves "a fames enduring as this county. Milton Rice, lawyer, defeated found in many parts of the county, and land or promise, flawing Us her son,' and daughters' motto. roll. The lowerSllurlaa has the most Iih milk brass." for Congress in this district, went to Little Blind united; tall divided limestone, acd ecntcqoeatly its tbe bird's eye limestone or marble in the and booty, where eytry oae eaa ta'rn his furnished This town and county hare extreme North portion of the county, at brtad with but little Ood protect the, fair Lancaster wrote Genersl Statutes for the Rock, Ark., soil is the richest and most laexhauatable ssest from his brow. TWO GOVERNORS OF THIS STATE, Cherished cllr, pat voUten1 and rear the confluence of Hanging Fork Slate, for which he receiyed $12,000, waa and whea tired cia be most saeliy recuperIt. P. Letcher and Wra. Owsley; one gor. Attorney General of Arkansas, went from and DIx river acd between the two ated without feitllizers. error for Louisiana Gor. Warmoth -- who here. Col. C. E. Bowman, Commissioner , streams all the crops of this climate It products was born near Spxmrille, in this county, XIXmUL WATERS. Uu.fCbenaoll,8Teae A Co., 8unkJ, Xfn of Agriculture under Blsekburs, waa barn and is remembered by some of bur old citi" in Garrard countr and went to B)yle and Her Mineral and Agrfcultural Re- - in the greatest abundance, and must perfect Sulphur water it found all along the lice qualities. Its chsrloteristio features are M. tens; three Chief Justices of the State Geo. was a man of fine native talents. Dr. Oil- of the Dsv6nlan range. Chalybeate watr Sc CO.. eourceB Unexcelled. easily recognized, and any person who will at numerous places, but most abundantly Robertson, Win. Owsley and John IJoyle .U JyMr, j,,, p jj r lha oldest physician in the e. MT, MS, be influenced ia the selection and purchase East of Crab 's Pros-pcreB- H autet, Cw. Milk, auotwnom ranaeu nign u.jir.si. Orchard upon Fall Lick snd county; speaks thrte languages, learned by Her Pcoplo Out el" Debt, , -- .of a farm br the tiresence upon it of this Copper crttks. Epsom water all along decisions are quoted aeauthority the LOUIWVIM,!.-aud KY. his own exertions without a teacher; grad foeslliferous limestone cannot make a the world over. Four Circuit Judges Northern foot of the Muidraugb Hills, but i uated ai Lexington; bss'the finest conversa mistake. C3-- . McBee, Sam'l Conaty ia Any Samuel Lutk, Geo. R. DRl. most abundantly near Crab Orchard, the tional powers of arty man in Kentuuky and Taxes Lower Than Perhaps, the best section of this portion salts from which hsve a world wide reputa aad M. IT. Owsley, preaeot incumbent; never forgets anything heard or read, (Ion. the State, aaraasRsTSis that bordering upon the Knob Liik tion. Halt water is aix Members of Congress John Beyle, Sam J II. Bruce, gradttate 'of Centre College. And Altogether a Desirable Home for Pike from the e nearest Stanford lo at a depth of 85 feet.found on Green river McKee, Geo. Robertson, R, P. Letcher, Bleb, or Poor. State Senator from thia district; wealthy beyond the farm of Benedict Spaaldlng, Loabtllfe, Ky., CUMaaaU, 0 and i41sueHs Simeon II. Anderson and Geo. W. Dunlsp. rKTBOLKcar. and influential. General W. J. LanJram, and the next best, to my Judgment, Is a reThe greatest of the undeveloped resear H- - MII.I.ER. The last named gentleman was also a memBY W. Internal Revenue of the Collector of U.S. gion of several thousand acres lying West ces of Lincoln eovnty are the eetreleam ber of the great Border Slate Peace Conren-tio- n 8th district; haa pissed through two wars; The purpose of this article la to present of nustonville, the latter betng considered Stldt. Proof, of the presence of this fluid aUotk, t,,sy, bsooIdjw.m' Hanlltoa-- OraW iMtrantBIs suM at pricvsswl teem lu in 1861. Two Territorial Judges R. appointed by Grant; Chairman of the Re Lincoln county, aad peo- by many as good at any in the county. in large quaatitiee at several points, are P. Letcher, Judge of the District of Arkan- publican Slate Central Committee, once; a to the people of ple in other portions of the country who are Both lie upon the waters of Hsnging positive tad unmistakable. Several wells sas, and Allan A. Burton, Judge of the Dis- man of ability and fills the office of Collec interested in Lincoln county in eontem-- i The enilre Hinging Fork rer ion, with the have bftn bored, but none lo she level of trict of Dakota. Three Foreign Ministers or with distinction; before the war a law- platlon of immigrating here to ind permaexception of Tery small portions, is of the the paying aaad Jaock of Pennsylvania, R. P. Letcherto Mexico; Allan A."Burton yer and editor. His father, Lewis Lin nent homes, and business from which to greatest fertility, and the best of the hill but In all both light and heavy oil baa One and 'R. C. Andjrson, to CcdV-alisdram.'naa'Paat'Grand M.aster'cf Kentucky earn a living, some reliable Information aa lual sirmiMi the Ira of lands bordering upon this stream are the been found. The country bordering upon Consul Alexander R McKee (o Panains, fcwlBsi.ha.dlSolJ. forF. and A. Y. M; was well educated to its situation, geological formations and s grazing land I have seen the North fork of Greta river from Men- Lincoln.' Two Common under President SUIalHNlUlnlm '""s'Isst.sbm win I. Hltn.-honorrd and repectd, Oal J. IC. FsoU- - soils, climate, natural resources aad capac- bet ...Ths Mv8n r. salt). Atlnrii.Til Mfll.. Owler'nd Geo any where In Kentucky and stsnds protract roe South to the Cincinnati railroad la mr,mi win OUSIISUS iMSlBeaS U the graduate of. Centre College; elected ities for contributing to the. support of UBttUhl. . u... w. .op w rsc.it e s coollausses el lbs ui Denny, Jr. WmJordan Grares, who rep- ted drouths better than any that bat come considered the best. Circuit Clerk over E D. Kennedy; recent human life aad happiness. Its industries Of business, agriealtare' is (sr in ad Louisrille District In" Conirrssa l n'lt.LIAMH JbHAMHKY? under ray observation. rwnte the ly appointed Surveyor of Cnstoms at Lou aad sources of comfort and wealth, and to Tim lands of the Devonian formation Taaee. The timber bas to some extent and who killed Cilley, o' Maine, in a duel; isvile. George Denny, Jr., graduate of show to seme exleat theadvaBcameat H TrJ.M.rk. HERTS I.VA flCSJcirit'. Dr. Nathan L Rice, who held the celebrat are outalde thh blue grass belt, thougti tbe been utilized aad made a source of revea Centre College; wis elected Common baa made aodthe development U, has of ue and profit, but insignificant as compared ed debate with Campbell, pastor of Fifth best of these landa produce fine crops wraith's .Attorney of this district, where aanMU Tbe Ureal Eagta Rmedy, spirit and. energy of this gra. Some of them are of extraor- to farming. arenas Presbyterian 'church, ;Nj Y.Tretl-denYo- f the democratic msjority wss overwhelming; la a Tsrill venn Fw Wet Meeae-'ftauch its own inhabitants assisted alone by The principal crop ia grain. Indian Danville Theological Femiriary and dinary fertility thought when they are 'sle hawse. Kkiiii oncechsirrqan of Republican State Central of its inherent qualities fcakanstloa, Uresis! Vrsakaeas. have been callsterility aad corn aad wheat being the staples, though was author of seTeral worla on "Menuef. poor they border upon utter lapotsser. usd Smrsl L ri Commute'; now candidate for Governor of ed upon la give a generous response to 1'oweret lb. riu....n.l 7w7...:f ism and Phrenology," religious subjects, have n'o 'attraction for tbe farmer. Tbe rye, eats, buckwheat, parley, broom corn Dakota; a fine criminal lawyer. George labor and wholly unaided by money, finest lands of this formation to which my and sorghum are. raised extensively aad BkTiSx. Ac. John lltce, a well known busintas Mas. eisaaa..! sn.taafca 'VTVT Denny. Sr., w, defeats for Congress; for- capital or eaeeuragement from abroad. .!. T1 iTlS I. & rain; his brother, Win R,McKee, wba at merly State Senator; President of Rational attention has been directed, extended from profitably) the yield of all being abundant. m UmVttsal 1?""i impossible In. the space slUtted to Crab Orchard Soulhweetwardly along the stssm- Ills Of the grasses bloc grass ranks first fol lureUM .' i.r.'TB" killed at the battle of Baueoa.Vista; Gen. Sa,snJmasy slrsriils- Ihnkof Linessler. Wra. Berkele, born in me & treat the subject exhaustively, and Lord II Roeecrsns.cf the Frderaf Army, of the railroad towards Cedar Creek, lowed by timothy, red etorer, orchard ssms that lead to Ianallr or Cob. umpuoa. is an eatMOT Kan a Germanyj.came to Garrard where he has this .article ia intended to be n. more line who represented thn Louisrille district In embracing tome beautiful farms of great grass, while clover, red top and German Wukseutba StMetSo arts Ilk. I. been twice elected Representative and is than an outline descriptive of a small sec cswrrs, rtatorlnslsM tMa u. Controls; Dr. Alex R McKee, graduate ut fertility, the finest meadow landa aceeiding millet in the order named all growing per- sr. living is lb ysr s urlluaai the preent Incumbent; chairman of Rep tlon of country possessing within Itself aa aB4sparkllbaiir. U Ibscbasfcj Centre College and, University of Louisto my judgment in the county. They like, fectly aad abundantly. G- Rer. J. State Central Committee. ww ... .i i n aiHii many of the elements of wealth, health wise produce floe cropaof grain. Tobaceo nod hemp are very profitable ih iwi ville; JDfx John L. McKeet Presbyterian in Garrard; Baptist preicher in lets aoU arT.uVt and happiness aa can be found within an of Pond, born It p.rrefe. or six ik.a'fcT ia. xS br minister, eminent dlrine, lands embrace- the crops not extensively CBltirited. The sub carboniferous vWoodforJ eountj; was ia Federal .army equal area anywhere upon the Continent. t, Ws almi tndtZj Geo. It. Of live slock great numbers are raised, swrrull funiculars Is Cerf irCailege, portion ol the counwhich and a man ofgo)di mind aad fafr aMlitr GsoaRAFnicAi. SrrOATio.v, Geological, whole of the mountain srlS.u dwrel ewt Covington, Ky , gradual ol Centre the best fruit yielding a great revenue. Cattle, sheep, mailed (re. t ty, Thty are Dr. Lewis S. McMurtry, graduated at Cen muBlfalloaUtk.a.lwuftUTer. Formations and Soils. College, represented Garrard county in the also yield fine bogs, bertes and mules being largely in ex lands we have, and they Mlsb. tfn SllESP tre College, and University o.' Loulslans, in MeAlster iod all Tbe situation Is latitude 37 30' north Legislature for a numberof terms all grain and magnificent cess of the home demand, the brted of etsrywbef. h""' medicine; practiced at Danrlile; lectured longitude, 84 30 West from Greenwich; aa crops of grass and in their profession, were natives of eaeh being very superior. Assee and goats crops of all binds of vegetables. on surgery la University of Louisville; a to tbe Bute, central, bounded on the North this county. Tbe best are the alluvial land of the are raised to some extent. skillful surgeon. Dr. A. W. Johnstone, by Boy It "and Garrard, on the Sofith by Commodore Price was born hero, entered Domestic fowls of all kinds are raised at hill sides. born at Paint Llek; graduated at Centre Pnlaakl.na the Eut'bf Rockcastle and on creek bottoms aad tbe North the naral aerrice, (erred in erery office in lands produce tbe finest tobacco but little expense and trouble. College and University Medicine, N. Y. (he dfvTd-in- g The table the West by Casey county, upon the nary, haa retired from service and is Lalry bnslness baa recently been grown la the county, in satisfactory quanILLUSHUTJED. prsclicei with Dr. A. R. McKee, at Dan highlands between tbe waters of the passing his declining years in Ken York on a small Kale, aad It has beta section Is less developed than rllle, successful surgeon, with Aee abilities. Kentucky River on the North and East, tities. This 8tate. , His brother, fit. Jennings Piice, Is of tbe county, and has receiv- demonstrated that It can be made oae of His father was pastor m Presbyterian and the Cumberland ami Green rivers on any portion one of our oldest and most influential citiless encouragement from interna) im. the principal interests. gJ.SU, church at Laneater and Paiat Lick. Dr. the Bouth and Wost, at an elevation rang ed Fruits of every variety grown la this cli zens, who long sines retired from practice Under a proper system of abrsaat eflbs Hum In U Steele Bailey, graduate University of Lou- - ing front 850 to 1,000 feet above the level proveaeet and ia living comfortably at his beautiful would be as rich as any, mate are successfully raised but generally IHsl lalcresl, sad alwsrsadtaneiH Ita Standard Kentucky Med. of tbe sea. Tbe line between the Silurian cultiration it tsvilie; President of Csatral home in Lancaster. Got. R, P. Letcher healthiulness only for home use, though orchards and whilst Its extraordinary leal Asseeiatlea; sasjeessfal praetietieaer at and formations ex leads lived here for many years, ws married to desirable country to vineyards have commanded more attention, SaatW. Wo. Hsradon earns from Ks a xig xsg course through tbe county a south aloue, makes it a Tery springs ere unsur- been mora extensively planted and better Charlotte Robertson, daughter of Judge water tllleeuaty; lawyer of ability, was deputy weslardly direetionj'rom tbe yieiaity of live in. Its fresh volume aad purity. V. MUM. Robertson, and for years was a leading lawIt cared for of late years. Strawberries and L'r?.Iiv"?u,la. ank bl.lnri..r cMl. Far. passed in number, coHeeter under Land ram; or. Cincinnati Diake's Creek, near tbe Garrard line, to sinara: intmrlaat yer and politicks in this county; was electIs entirely free from all malarial disorders other small fruits yield astonishing profits, K.ffl.VtB?a!", ,Uri W' CommcTfial OmtUt at La Boaster; betwgs to t wS tbe Casey line, a mile beyond Tom Jaa aad as healthful aa any district upon the ed to the Legislature for a number of terms Evidences of the prosperity of the farm. of the House firm of Anderson A Herndoa, attorneys at pers store. This line U plainly defined continent. Its otchards are marvels of leg community are seen la all directions, from Garrard, was Speaker Lancaster, who hare a large ehancery prac- by a line of the Devonian or Black Slate two Unas, afterwards elected eight consecand productiveness, and such but none more conclusive than the fat de HARPEE'SPEMODIOALS, tice In our courts, His partner, James A. formation, apparent to tbe eye of every beauty, thrift d to Congress, being the utive terms small vlnevards as have been planted have posits credited to our farmers in our bank, is a man of distinction in tbe one, never more than a mile end seme-timi. .,.... h leader of the whig in the Lower Anderson, proves its valuable adaptability to ths iug Institutions. The two banks bf Stan Harpar'a II W W, O. Bradley, noted lawyer profession. yards wide, which not more tbsn 900 ,40) House. Ia 18 10 was elected Governor of raising alone ford bare together carried a deposit of Harpsr'a WsMy 8asar and politician; member ofarUnsl Repub-lie- s erepa out from under tbe Muidraugb, IIUI growth of the grape. Fruit ,44 Kentucky. Is 1818 was Minister to Mexwould be sn Industry auSI about $100,600, a large proportion of which Wsreer's Ysuaa PsesJs Committee; defeated twise for Con Range from Copper Creek to l'loe Licit ia this section IM ico. Dt. Joe P. Letcher, Dr. Win. Letcher farmer. Besides, many of Usrpsr's Fraaklle ,uars Librsry, m yssr cleat for the employment aad support of a belongs to once county attorney for Garrard; asd from Carpenter's Station to Sbslbj and Dr. Samuel Letcher, sobs of tbe pio- gress, have moaey at Interest, aad but few During tbe last t tbea is aa seeoaded tbe noattastloa of Grant at Chi-ti- Citr. These three, Silurian, Sub Carbonlf. large population. fesVf Fre Is sll euUicrltwn I. . rr.i,j neer, BenJ. Letcher, first dork of Garrard years this portion of the county bas made of them owe'any debts. It is itrf gtetr-all- y Blateo , sn able Ofiwlsal lawyer. His father, jsroua aad Devealaa, tbe Silurian with alx n Cassds. Circuit a4 Cowty Courts, were bom bate conceded that the people of bo county aa great progress as any, aad under most vJi!!.0,uJ'0, h.ssssslaetsglB TyJaj! JL'M. Bradley, aatbor of -- Uranay Short's aim seeoua ftr Jm aad DwoiUrlf sarh and beesmeetalBset in their paifeeaiea. in the Slate are freer from debt aad In eaVsibuiui pop- a etirswa lawyer; a man oi divisions compose the Geological forma- disadvantages clrcumetaasee. Its atteue.-.w- M Dr. J. P. Leteber practiced ia Uciac v havisg been large, sier finalclal condition than tbe people of iwSiM'i-lurUbnla wll .. . i' j (teat letsMsct. Wa. McKee Duncan, a tions of tbe ootwty. Tbe Cambrian is ulatlon bas grown fatter : Lincoln. many years, QUI Ms retirtu ireta premise I ImailgreUoa. graduate of Centre Ccllsgy; Judge of Gar- - seen to a nasi! extent bat too Utile for eea- - ly increased by Tbe state of cultivation is excelleat' TIM SIR. and resides now 'with V. II. Owsley, wb GesMty Court two terms; a proaalslng feidtrt (sr9fl w vstasss. ' Ctt.a baas. ISr At the first settlemeat of the eeasty though perhaps not tbe highest, but tbe married his daughtcc, Meets, ; his oldest Mai saw brHWaat lawyer, recently moved to The Silurian eovwe near two fifths f there was a wonderful growth of lares county is making rapid progress ia (hie daughter, oae of the most rctaed aad eL' all over tbe coun- respect. Tbe meet comfortable borne are If Ileal, snd JSlUM 'itl!!. livated ladies in the land, married General LoisyHt. Col. Mat Walton, studied law Ibe county Northward from tbe Devonian timber of many varieties msgnlfieent ferest, now at Has, aad the Bear three ty. Large areas of Oafdoa Granger. She baa one sen named bm; was' Master Commissioner; found all over the most fertile parts of the Fiat. Turnemillc and Huston- after Commodore Yaaderbllt. wbolsft blu Lexlattoa. T. W. JUId, P.a.M.,I.O.O. fifths extending Southward from that Ilae "ff?. "r Tills (ltd all of Highland aad Waynes county, and la neighborhoods less favored a large sum of mosey at his death. It. Hill Range cvhraciag tg n,eetscts. Tbe Devonian covers but by nature home are being rapidly a cosapaay ib F,of Keetucky; sow la U.S. Internal over tbe Muidraugb Johnston 1'rlce coumaautd area, AI4m HABPKK4 UWITHMH, lbs MtxIciB war; west front this 4ac to KsTsaua ssrrlos: a brllltaat and wlilr mm a small Bombers poitloa of uab Urcbsw, a small ;i( M4. Ksulkner, rather ef Cl. J. wss a wealthy Utmt in tWs CsHrwBM, where tm Otr Joha K. Faulkner, wa-nees- eaty DMtr GARRARDCOUNTY Productlre of , ui am-rifi- Cal. eH M. Rwrdctt, sawysr and petiiietMi sad a probable candidate for Congress next teres; a man of ww pojwiHtlly, B M. BwrdcM, lawyer; was aad slontmtt defeated for Jude of Superior Court) fine etladnel lawyer. His brother, Dr. 8, L. Burdett, surgeon In U 8 Arsay during the waij eeeeatrlo but aWs. Dr Wm. md Dr. Harry Baker, Knoxyllle, Term. Many others might be mentioned that hare attained distinction at home and ahroad,but a euftclent number have been given to show that Lancaster and Garrard county are productive of great minds as well as daring desperadoes. Among the women who bare displayed unusual ability In our oar county may be meotieecd, Mrs. Charlotte Letcher, wife of R. P. Letcher, who was a beautiful and brilliant woman, with a lovely character, strong natlre Intellect, highly cultivated and improreJ by society aad study; having associated with eminent and distinguished people for many years she was considered oae otjths most accomplished ladles In the Johnston, the Slate. mother of Charlotte Roberteoa Letcher, waa a bright, Intelligent woman, whose society was courted by the elegant and refined Mrs. Jamea O. Birne wss a highly educated lady; taught school here f.r two generations and died reveral years ago between 90 and 100 years old; a woman of more than average attainments. Mrs. Belle Wilcontributor to son Stapp, a American msgssices, lives in this connty; a bright, intelligent, witty ruihoress. Miss Ida May Grant, promise! to become quits a gifted poetess, ner productions are not numerous, but are fslr for cue so young. Mrs. Maria L. Granger, Mrs. M II Ows ley and Mrs. Pattle Dnncaa Gill form a trio that can scarcely bs equalled la brilliancy; esch Is gifted with fine conversationalist powers and excellent In repti tee. "An! her nans no loegsr ruttte, weil-rsau dl 2 Bkr Sind-ston- n. b, Ken-luck- y. "Grand-mamm- y" y, well-know- it glc-rio- us 'e Ttrl-tab- LINCOLN COUNTY. JON. sSEVKKANCJE, ROBINSOX J. o.. K4s, Dappj. Mc-K- -- "Water toll-gat- I. II. IfHltlrTlH aftCs., SSXJElf1' '' New Firm. :." T. riiT r..V blue-gras- iC o"' u hu-mi- lTi3s V?52&xl!$l!"" s " . 7al t - Me-Ke- eml-ae- nt ltV' r,ni f.1fr,l'" 181. .rj (KO-lj- Harper's Magazine. l!;d7erta1Vii,, .., "i -- a reeog-nire- ' j c-- n; - ... "' -- JMbttrlT fl " Jlr'nl " ClawTlilu ,,r.'?.!?' " J . .v Ms Yort TrKrminImrm,AKrUHrn $ttti-$&ttk- li Mklaf ry, Crr1r.t,, reaay-RMwv HprlmtHatl Farm Within. Ar.t WW HfiHCjaHtl hay of WILL K. WlI.I,UMH.llHt,H,ll.c, Kcalacky -- xttriir(intxl Ky . A t he laegrti Mwetc W eteHn leg ever opened In Stanford, can be teen at D. XIim'. T. R. Walton bat removed ht ttocl of grocerlet, Ac, to Bright' old i4and, corner Main and Boniertet ttreeta. YoD will find tome htnttaome good for Chrlttmaa In one qaeentware ikptrtmerit. Djn't ftll to come and tee at. Bright A SUs-ford- , DeeeMtor 21, 1883 TIME CAM. N. laCAL KonHi Malt Irttnfolnf North testa' ' Morh .1 , .Jttfrttt ' Waul. l M p, u, oo r. k, I M . M, XM ., Cuiran. LOCAL NOTICES. MeAWeWa. Bot FaIxtc of Penny A McAllster. NtCB steok of Mrlh!sr cant at 1'mwt mixed paint Kicrpwarm. D. Klata will tell good bhnketa at $1 76 per pair, good bed com A fort at 85 eta. each and good flannel at aOcettttper ytrd. Mr. J. W. Whh.djn went down to the week and came back with ikANBARB read Robert A rHajf'a. A McAllster at Me !e Brand m Mock of (Terr thing la Hit Jewelry line at Penny A McAlltter'. Watchbb, Cfoek and Jewelry repaired end warranted by Penny A McAlltter, FoR'copt,lu,cotJs, Ac., u Compound 8run Willi Pine. Put up In 25o end oOe Doiiien. 1HM mn Mcitoberts a Jm. Haas JIe( CheUra Care. IVaay Moanlalo latt ftt, twigood tiled deer. of them,liewever. ' lie killed only one wintera PERSONAL. fell Tuesday night, oaverlng the ground to 111 with LlTTLK Howard Ilrac it very tbe deplh uf tight Incbei en a level and the ferer. everal feet In drift. It hat brought the Mm Emma DoniM,xf Shelby ;City, alclgha out in force and Ibelr merry tlntin Mri. 8. Porter Stag. Habulallena make cheerful matte, all tbe Col. Thm ,W. Varnon Iim kob on Jay long. britlne trip lo fit. I)itli end Karma Citr. Ddriko Deccmoeh. Having utt re Mm Addik PtrrLM retoroed peived a new line of dry goodt, D. Klaia from a protracted day In for will during December, tell good calico at Mr. It. KHbarp learei Like' CUr, Fla, with a of fine 3) centa per ytrd, good bleached cotton at 0ecnta,good broan cotton at 0 cent, roadster hem. May Mtkm who ba been tUIiIb; good checked colli at 8 cent, good CanMim ia Bala ta, O , Mayavllle and FtaalBgburg ton flannel at 7 centt. for leveral Wed-bcwk- ?U" ie. To Lxa ncYMw. If you want a barrel of augar and a tack of coffee (o begin tbe New Yeir, It will par you to get our before parebttUg tUtwhere. Bright A Curran. Tub heaviett tnow Teaae. car-loa- d Ky., baa returned borne. at tbe point of Mk. Jamei Looah death when beard front lat afler noon. He tin rhaumatlea of the heart. Mr and Mrs. O. 0. Dimcin, having returned frees their bridal totfr, left for their hoffit In Wayne county, Wt'dneaday. Thk telephone wbt'pered the pleating latarataltea laalntglit thai Mia Ann Cook bad arrived atllurtonrlll to apend tbe Chrittaa. She It a ftael If not a "Jeweler." in HoruK KILLED.-J- utt aa Mr. Iticbard Yandeveer wai attempting to crow tbe rail road, on Danville atreet, Wednesday, a train came thundering along and knockep the fluffing out of hit horre and mott all out of ill ragon. He wai fortunate enough to eecape unhurt, The horte died In a few minute. Mr. V. claim that he It deaf and did sol hear tbe train. to the fact that the Opera Hout will be occupied every otbtr niht next week, the rauquer ade akate can not occur till (Uturday night, 29th. The) detiring to take a part In It are invited to meet the committee. ontiting of Thorn at Metealf, Itobt. Fer.ul, Geo. McAlitler, J. T. Carton, Dr. W, B Penny and A. 0. Hoffman, at the Interi or JounnAL office (Saturday) night, when a programme will be arranged for the occation. No objectionable cbarac tera will be admitted. Tbe both ladleaand gentlemeo,wlll be admitted free, all other will be charged 35 centt. TllEMABQDERADE.-Owlng ma-ke- LOCAL MATTERS. JtlKK 10 HIOHT. Nice building Iota for Jaaettoa. II. 0. Ware. tle at Richmond OCR next baa will Uktwlse be doaWe In a'xt and will appear Chrlttmae day. lt. D. Klaa will tell heavy Jet at paate at 75 cU. per pair. Drew IIbiuht Currai; bare a blgj-- t r than any body. thn A good Tewttook of evereeataJtMtJteeived for Holiday trade, by Kd mil Ion AOwiley, flre-wei- line of fall to MARRIAOCS. tee them. Jat. Itlchardtpn anl Mlea Lou Bjdkln A RUSH ahould thould be ayoided by all were married at Somertel, a few daya ago Mr. Allen lbgera and Mia Maggie wbo wish to take time iq selecting goods. Sandtfer, joined their dettinira atWm. San Heeee, eall early on For cheap and good goede go lo the corn er nf Main A Bomemt streets, atlead of tbe Poelogee ttore will be OhrJttBM tree, at the Tarseravllle Christian church, on tbe night of Tburtday, 27th. tlmeito bay' year Onter good, while I). Klaa baa a full line of ' everything yoa want.' Thmk KolTlk SAVK moner by gelng to D. Ktae' and e tulte, boot, ahoee or buy your anything elae you need. ready-mad- Ir you want to make two acute happy, buy your tweelbeirt a box of eandy from 8. 8. Myers, tbe bet eeadr man. y difer'a Wednetday. Mr.Findlay Cimpbell and Mi Sarah Adam were married at Mr. Jamea B. Dtughertv' yetterdty. Mr. Alamcxor Sleinbergen, and Mr. Suwa Tueker were married Wednetday by Eld. J. O. Livingtlon. John Meador, of Columbia, and Mia Annie Sallee, of Somtrtet, eloped tj Cincinnati, and were married. Levi II. Hubble and Ameriea William were joined far life at Mr. J. W. Wbeeldon'a on tbe 20lb. Tbe young man' anxiety about the matter i tbown in the fet that he trudged tan milea In a anow to get hit liecnte. tlx-lec- h without reanlt. In joettce to nnr locality, I may my that the average wttthtofthe newoltlient It 12 pound. Of court It will be at once inferrrd from the foregol revival report that gtcer-- 1 tnit neighberlioed it at pretcnt atmott at a ttand-ttllNo newt It looted for or lUlen-e- d to except anch a rtlatet lo the extending of the cenent. Hence, the Rink cloeed on Saturday night, afler a brief but brllKant aeaton. There I a attgaalion In the "bop" invetlment, growing, it it ttld, part ly oat of a diaatterout fate eattained by Lee Held on late oecttloo, but mainly In eider that Dave Allen may have no further temptation to dMocate hi neek upon the treacherout board. The tnttitution which now thowt tbe greatett vitality, It a literary auociation, compoted mainly of young people, mtrried and tingle, Including both rexe. The object la laudable, thetTercttc improving and we underatand the enlerprite glrn large promlte of a pronounced tueeett. Il I indeed rtfrething to find that mind, having been held for nearly a generation in abeyance to mutcle, it at length beginning lo be reeegnleed tt put of our ravatrrisiit being, entitled to and worthy of care and cultivation. The aeeociation of which I apeak it composed ofexcelleet material and will, I trutt, exert a ralutary Influence on our community , To one who can look btck three-qua- r ter, or even half a century of onr eventful hhtery and thtit compare the "then" and the "now," there aritet a teriout quettlen whether, with all our Increare of light and rtpidity of progre, we are really a better, wlter, or happier people tcting our part more efficiently and In better ftith thow leg forth the true dignity of humanity in a dearer light; training our families oa a more enlightened system; loving our neighbor with more tlnceritr, or serving the Deity with more fidelity than did our fathers ia their aimple, truthful, cnoitentation way in what we tnterlngly term the dark age of the patt. Of course thitquntlon can not be dbcutsed within the liraitt of a paper lite thit. Bat it it a living question a surgettivt, a momentous question and it were well to pause J ml here and endeavor to ascertain now whether in thla age of panting speed and reckless Lute, this age of steam and electricity, Ibis day whose bright tuntblne ia already ahadowed by threatened tlorm of conflict between capital and labor thit boastful age in which avarice Is ever gntping and crime ii ever Increasing and law I becoming a laughing-atoc- k and venality it stamped upon every thing public and private are we not going a little too fsttT We have a gloriooa history I So had Rome. We are a powerful tlatt; to waa Babylon and Niaevah. The ruin of the put, the deciying monu ment! of fallen greatne-- , the spectral handa that once wielded tbe sceptre of the world, all point with atetdfatt purpose the perils by which man ia beeoaing more and more environed. Pardon, Mr. Editor, I had in. tended devoting tbia letter to the affaire of our unpretendlm little vi laze, but with the Mrulitv of are. have wandered from the theme, or posaibly might qaoie the tiignianu oeer ana say, " 'Tit the iobmI slllr rivet tae rarttleal lor Ani comlex -- ( cut Ihtlr ibidowi before." l. - DPulblie At tht Eifcutof ofThomM will nnnM for uln at fini.ii. ard,KT.,Mi A (In Stile J C. Howber.-lftM,- 7 i. ... ' nom)av,I)i:ck.hbi:rsi, ami- . a. A. I 8 CHRISTMAS GOODS! Oat atock of bovo good. coesHti of BluMlrM Fsrmr illuatM IM llt iMt of Crth OrclwN), onArte. Versm th Ml. lv4. known tt tht Wtlit lrra. A Isrc pottloi or Ibt Una It rrwliifllts rleer bottom. On It Ibert It a tool two ttorf fruut dwtlllBC toil nod llBMOTrmMU ool. Attboiuna llm ftfi Jaam T .I1I .1m 11 tract orsliout lie Arrrn.il uilsl rail Houlhof olelen's heln. nd well llmUrxl. Tamt: OnolMrd cMb, Inline In one iBd two yesri, .uil latullmea:.wllk Iniereit from dttt, btvlna Ibt farre ttd (CFeel ol t Jadtnent tnd llrb Ttulnrd on the Itod for th MirrtiM mon- -. V... oaiwlihlotio boy will eslfoa II. W. Jsmettt iiisuicoira, or ujieirti I trmert ntllontl lltnk afmrnlord. J. H.IHIHI.KV. Eiecutor TC Number, 90 Children's Toy Sots, China Mugs, Saucers and Plates, Decorated Fruit Saucers A Plata. Decorated China Cups and Saucers, Glass Sets, MYERS HOTEL, MoiiBtacIio Cups, dv STANFORD. XT. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr Majolica Pitchers, &c, We have a Beautiful Line d rated and Tea Sets, Geld-Ban- Oyster IIowls mid Plates, Elegant Water Sets, Bisijuo Figures, if Deco- This Ola and Well Known Hotol Still Maintaina its High Eeputatlon, AMD. Chamber Sets and Plain and Fancy China Ware. Give us a call. It Proprietor it Seterained that it dhbu da ueeona to bo uonntrv Hotel in the State in its Pare, Appointment, or Attention to Comfort of their QaMta. BRUCE, WARREN & GO. nM s will kt etavtrta U tad rrsta tksdtftl rretortktrat, Ktlal aeromaitdatU tt tt Coanereltl Trattltrs. Tht Bsr will be alwajs tsptlltd with th ekoletil krtadi of Lltasr tad dctra. Stanford Female College. STANFORD, With I -i KT. I a Full Cerps of Teachers, fV -- ) Tblt lotlltatlon will open Itt Thirteenth Btttloa oo tbt 2d Moods? In September ntit. ALL THE BBAMCBB8 OK A tt THOnOUCHENGUSHCOUnSE An tsaabt, s weJl a KUBIO, THE Z.ANOUAOBS. SHAW IHO AND PAINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. ta Tnttlon, price rants from tM to 150 In lb rttiaUr Dtptrlnwata. Prima-- r, tad; InUrmtdistt Ub; rrepsriUJj, 140, sad OBlieftats, (60. For fall parUeuUrt. aa ta Board, Ac, addrtsa HKil. a. O. THVEIIRART, Principal, Staaitrd, Uncoln Co., Xj, GO TO DEATHS neadteha and reller all tht troubles Incident to a billons slat ot th irttaa, such as Hium, Piuwtliw, Dlitmt after eatlsr, fain lath Side, Ac. Whll their most rtmaik-ab- lt l&cccta bat bees tbown ta curing Sick, CURE fl Cranberries, Malaga Grapes, Bananas, Oranges, Lomons, Figs, Nnts, Saisins, Cocoanuts, Flour, Oat Heal, Cracked Wheat, Macaroni, Cheese. Crackers, Tea Cakes, Xemon Wafers, Desicated and Concentrated Plokles, Jollies, Common, Fancy and French Candies and Canned Goods Generally, Bunk-whe- T, R. WALTON for Minco Moat, Prunoa, Citron, Cur-rant- s, da. St. " 4 t. win . at t Coco-anu- t, ' Dec. 15th, I will occupy Brl(ht'a Old Stand Corner Mtla 4 eomertet Street! . - Sir. Grten T. Jone, an citlmable cltl ten ot the West End, died Wednesday af ternoon, aged about 70 yeais, and will Ve neadaehe.xrt Ctrtct'tUttl Liver Pflltareeqntllr coriag tad tuuumo g burled at Hastonville thit morning at 11 thit aono-ln-m tonsupauon. while aber alto correct complaint, - all dlMdrra of tba atosaaeh. (Mtaolate lbs Ilrer oolocr. lie wai a member of the Chrit- and regulate tbt bowel, Jirtolf thcyoalj-curttlaa Church for veare and waa an uprlgh t or SICK good nun. . LAMB. STOCK AMU CROP. Xgir iDTKtTISMEBTR. Acb thfj weaU be almott prledett to thott wbo a very handeome We will open W. M. A N. 1. Lackey told to Tom tojfre t roea thit dlatrculn; complalat ; bat line of Silk Handkerehteb and MufHtrt for Wood, a lot of 1,100 lb. cattle at i cent. their gooaaas doet not end here, tnd thott e who onct try tbea will And tbea Unit pint Ed mitten A Owtley. the holiday trade. Dick Willa.ofCTnthiana.told 30year-lin- g HON A. G.TALIIO'IT, la oo nasy way that the will not be wllllag bead, mule to Harvty Tbom and Mr. Mar- - OIBojU, liicandldtlt for Bjetler si Ibt nex todowUtouttheta. But alter all tick ArAIRof Butll beet might tave yoar IIobm of Beprraenttltvea. wowy, tleppy weather. Be wbe ahall at $3 per bead. life thla J. II. Miller told to Woodt A Fox. and pttrehts a pair from llroee, Warren A 18 bead 1,650 lb. cattle at 5c; 20 thoata, Co. la t b oaa of to taaay Urea that bere la wber w , task our creat boast. Our plUa core tt wall 120 lb, avtrtge at 4 centa. otheradonot. The Sent Claua reception at MclUb-cr- tt At Georgetown Monday, there wtre Ctrttr'a Uttla Urrr mit are very small aa AmeettacofthtStockhtlderiof tht Flnt A Bugg'a waa a big feature of WedrerrcaivtoUke. Ontortwopllltiuaktadote.or Bank will U held tt tbtir Unklnc bouie la Tbry ar 500 eattle which aoid front A to 6 centa. tnd do not gripe itrlctlr ' trade and drew a large crowd to Muleeeold from $80 to $130. on TuMdtf, Jan. 8, 1MI, lot Ibt purpoM Sttnfbrd, nesday purgt. but by their gratlo action .leaeoallwho of tleetlof lettBUIrectort to tent for lb taming tMikm. In4altalll3cetitit neafoeai. ttou that popoltr ettabllahmenL Clavten Howell, of Montgomery, told Jtu. II y drucg'at everywhae, or scat by mall. dee. J. jr. XeROHKRTS, Cuklcr. Nice line cf oil painting", chromoa, 72 mulee to Peter Paul, of CARTER MEDICIXE CO.. Kevr York. eawp ebtlrt, wagont sd many other Virginia, at U2 50 per head. auitable for Cbr'Utmaa pteienta at B. I have three pair of large e " DANVILLB K. Weartn'a furniture atere. eged mule for aale, now feeding at 8. II, A mMllD of Ibt Ktoekholdtn of tbt Baughaua'a near Stanford Ky., J. B Nttlootl Bsak will b held it U.lr UokloFtrmtn bout Over fifteen hundred pouadt of French la aunrora, oa Tuetisr, Jto. a, ittt, lor tat pur-pand ttick candy, betidea a full line ot for- Hughes. ol electing nlnt IMrccttrt tt tern for tbt en la .Cincinnati yettcrday, cittl were tiling Tear, eign fruita and nut bought eapeeially for J. tt. 0II'Sl.Catbter. ato.it. ttekdy at from 2 to 0 CO cent. Hogt are in Cbrlttmat, at Bright A Curran. fair demand at 4 lo 6 centa. Sheep ran Pl.HK and Faecy Chrbtmat Candle, from f te 6 and lamba from 4( to 6(. NuU. Ktitint, Or6f,et, LrtUiont, Date. Client A Son, of Liaeola, aokl To All Vho It Jciy OunctmiIanx going Mtauhcturtrt of Figt, Coeeanubi, Peanut, Cracken, Cbeete, to Burette A Gentrr. of Lexioetoa and Pieklea and canned good of Gentry BrotheraMTU county, 40 bead, of lo tail Stafford lo loeale in Lcxiitjhrf, and hot all TXTm knovinq themkliti iiukbttd to Deem, Saab, Bllads, Wladew old mule, 15 handa, at f 135 pel m every deaeriptiee, bow open at Bruce, War vill caH mdnHtt en or.btfbct the 5M day of rea A Co.'t. head, and 0 head of tmaller atock at $110 January, 188. If you don't tttlle by that timt RBtl Deer FrameB. Meld your aceeunU uill be $cld at auction to the high' The KeotueVy Central aaouncea that per head. (.D.nvllle Advoeato. it aay pj January, ibsi, u -- Col. David W. Irrineiold to Mr. Ball mi Diaaer on from tbe 234 to January let Ineluttve, It Uing Cbunfy OWf day, lags, Scroll Saw r old J, D. VHICB. will make Ita patron a Cbrlttmat gift by of Baltimore, 18 bead of mulee at $12250. Sam Fox, Jr, told to reducing tbe (are for the round trip from Werk.TitrM I'KICE'SStanford lo Covington to $3; other polnti tame 4 two year old at $130, Mr, 0. F. Moberley alto aeld for the Southern market proportionately. lag Latbe Work, oldt at $122. Silat Cobb told to 22 The new firm of Metealf A Owtley la Howard Bailey of Georgetown 1 d beyond tbe expectation of either CelllBK.Weatb- $121, Million A THE INTERioFloURNAL of the young gentlemen and they have al- Deatherage aoid to at tttat one ready built up a good trade. They are 93.60. erbeurdluKt Drcstied Luiulecr, Kegttter. both popular and enlerprlting b4 abund "Without terlp or punt, or. Tbt Mouatsla HtiSTONYllLE. LINCOLN C0ONTT, Ab4 tHbtr antlr able to take eare of themaelve. All ErtnatlUt. Otoig O. Btratt. Th Ulitoej of a ehanee. tbey Lift, I hinted In my but (by the way thk i OosMcnttd 01 Ibt Record of lit Mltat Tkougblt ruunt uiitnaoet." ucttvo; tad a book We have reeelvtd from Senator Beck Tueadiy and Friday buBd In botalltd botnlitnd tlattd cloth with piper haa not of tilt uolto oo oOTtn (M HfMi iteet togrt-tn- g coptea of the volume! containing a lUt of u) (bat the mott ttrikleg precur-aor- a Oeorn O. Barneti pbotognTlurt of Mult; ntp ol of a lively Cbriatmu waa teen la the "lb vtniibtaciir, Tptfot, tin ta wool mat drawing pentlona on tbe let of all peraoM i im wmiio or txtn r Also Dealtrt la la tat btea or wait January latt. Tbote la Lincoln will tee arrival amosgtt ua of a large detachment Drodutlloot la tltt tad color ol Ink of lb lotcrlo- tlooi mid br lb ETSBMlItt hlwMlf la hit uoun- their name in thl paper thorlly, and It of iBfaatt. I aimed a few of the ewer.but to UIq Bibw, ItlnHrtllng lo a Mtaptcl lota hit alitor-can tbea be known wbo it not eiiWtW to how that the thing I la dead earaett, will Ftlib. Tbli book It a complete puot-rtr- tsi - of tht wo ta n.a. recapitulate: Flrtt, then, oa the 9th Buck iBButt ntlurtof tbt taoelltt md art uad PubOortrnsHet nttUttnoe. to Th Autlia led off with a bar; 11th, JaueaTay lic fur tht Srtt Unitpt-alv- Thit look. blttsrr,Faith t tt Ibt Theatrical. John F. Ward, deteribed lor reportt n girl; 12, John Boat waa pre- - Hulls cbtsite tbt Hibllcal ptHtcet betrlogtht oo Ctll on ui or willt for price ' W kep a tatft in uueut and alt M talented and very excellent comafedi It In full, ltd a book tbtt ibould It to ttcrr ttock and will do our Utt toplat you la pell tented with a girl; 13, J. J. McKianey had AWIIIH. MVWV, IUU IIHIUM V VWWVU flrtt-c- l company, will an, tupportcd by a t added to hie retpoetlbllitiee a boy and oa bjr tetrr cooTtrl of UeorgtfeeBsroet. Tot bMk c a and .uallty ot mtttetal. btobtaloidiMwhoittU letl thaa tJ.M. Bj pretest at tbe Opera Houee here, on the tbe 10th Smith Powell' handtome face wta pecltlarrtngiuenl wllb lbs author, who billot night of Dec. 27, Chtr let Dick tat' bjautl-fu- l leuovcd lo tw Voik, bit Ilry.lr wll&drawa all radiant at be naiurd the hopeful ttranger teniet, rht book (I3M) tot ibt Hsai.WatKLT UASVILLK VLASlSa XILti CO Chrlttmaa Story entllltd, "Cricket ou "Smith, Jr." Harp not got lu tbe tho laiaatoa Juttit.(l4 art oBrl logtlbir for 01 oaruet siote, in iwo lot prictoi tbe Hearth." Pri'd aiuiual. Rettrved tbltmoroiug. but doub'.lt tbe ferla.34, AdJrtM II'. J1, HUtIt.V. night of Sunday hat uot been it DanvllU, Ky. laitaioaJouaaaL, fittafurd, Ky. Katt at tbe utual place. forts-saltl rsla-abl- HEAD ACHE mt-ub- la 'al.UT A Stockholder's Meeting. Ma-tlt- V 'J . -- i -- well-brok- Stockholder's Meeting. ot PLANING MILL COMPANY Notice ! Miaoe-meat- t GEO. D. WEAREN, Stanford Kentucky, -- -- Uetler lo- - two-yea- -- Lifo of Geo. 0. Barnes car-loa- Fleerlar, Hay, Grain, Seeds, Wool, Buggies, Carriages, Spring W&gons.Farm HVag- ons, Drills, Corn Brills, ear-loa- d $120.-Rlch- roa ukdi Building .Material Harrows, Sulky Plows, Cultivators, Grain Corn! (Planters, Reapers, Mowers, ibpristuritt Threshing Machines, Powers, Saw Mills. Engines, Feed Gutters, Cane Mills, Horse Ih Aict, all klHds rraritilHK IWHleHieHiHjHHd.AKrlcHliiirHl Mh ckiuery. Keep en kHHdti h LHrcetitiStBek sfsHck goad. (0 be feHHtl Ih Central Kentucky, ami at prlesMj.tkat will ewiare r Haywke-reAtTnliIy wltk ef ioe--j- llJ-Ju- tke aay-deale- . .Tipi IMiTirt-n'-r- - Tra -- - 0 Smi:WHctkfe"3irtTriir8wrwI H MMMirAi FArearnti's ruwDLxa. .- 0o cup of lV lii. iuJ. mltk, ponr Ajj toemkw 21, 1883 ' neWly o "Tji I. W . f - tlire ' the mc, jMts TTi .a!'- -i Ml. aveexsarvt. H :IL n v ll W . m p. ii ki ll ) , K' i a44(Hit cb two hours. Ik Xarcli, 1845, I fetting oftoer of Mobile county, tnj Fribd Arrxw aud Bacox, Paro cMef being Mnj. IT. O. IlHmphrrca, goodMarorc(l tart npplos asl slice Ose mornrag tho Major handed mo a boko thmretMMb Fry okla slice otWon rmsuHo of pnpers, and, pointing to a crisp read brows, tsko out tho meal and tWwnrt-lookin- g soldier, drcMed ia Is, keep warm while yon fry tho apple twttera of a Confcdcr&to sergoant, said : ia thok sMo fat. Arrange tho slices of "Kiinptthcso papers and giro hita .1 Uia faatiri ab i lirJ iwlwtlHjreqHireV Ho added: "If I oyer Mid aeryo hot. (beta, 1mj3 iluiitoAUiJ ttttli at,, T vmL1 wUn ' To STTh CJonrM.-- To settle cooo a bridle, of Yankees." Tho Mr. jor was tW. P the ground coffee TeryimpnhIrebntconcIcnUoiisman. or wore, according IfMad tho papers to bo regular; they lwo w5; ewr tke ske of tbe ra41y-- to . h4 lca through tho headquarters lho ter' oeni and were iudorsed "ccireoL" Thol&ikt w ft UltcF oI ' ewulliiig officer was directed to furnish raalBS M more, water, and put it oa lil, boUuig fifteen or twenty BeJJurkewiUtaliorso ami subsist-,1- " t. wll wmc fc HU papers represented hini to bo Be,,! tha fi" K-on tho F" t,l, Burke, of th Army of East Tenminutes it will bo as mw.ee, and ho was directed to proceed AtoTe- c,oar M MBber' to Mblilo and gather up all men from that army, absent without leave, and ) Homist CBequKirra. Mix a tablo-retathem to tlieir commands. A spoonful ol melted butter with a pint of Add a 0, ool boiled hominy. desk and writing materials woro fur- him, as horse. He was JqHXtifaloachofiall mi sagar and two ' soon engaged in writing. After a day botea eggs. Boat uutU saootli ; then or two he would absent himself, aad. oa .mate I1110 wnalleakes or balls, flour sereral occasions, would not return for ,eftc ono wolljanlfry in butter or drip-maai,xt u liours, aud always on hU return Pffi or hotiu T"8 WH wohM write a great deal When askod j t"Ppea m Deaten egg, rolled in lino what ho had done ho would always have i cker crumbs, and fried like dough- a prouauio siory to ten oi icing on tne nuts. Drain and servo hot. track of a number of deserters, and, Fre.vch Bolls. Mix a quart of lukentrango to say, ho did forward soyeral warm milk with a quart of flour, a spoonbatches of mou to their commands. lie ful of molted butter, a teaspoonful of appeared to bo very zealous in tho Con- salt and a half cup of yc.xat; keep it federate cause, and ono day remarked warm till risen, then work in flour to that we ought to right nndor tho black mako sufficiently still to mold, then flag and shoot every Federal found with- riso again, then roll out and cut into in our lines. Tho Major was much of small pieces and mold into small rolls ; bia opinion, but I was not, and Burke let them remain in tho pans a few minthought I was very lukewarm in tho utes beforo baking in a quick oven. eanse. In all of hU actions he was a Light Blankets. Thero is n good Confederate of the mot bitter kind, nnd deal of sense in tho following advico : of course was not snsjweted of being Never uso anything but light blankets anything else This went on for soveral to cover tho sick. Tho heavy, imperviweeks, Burko going away in tho morn- ous counterpono is bad, for tho reason ing, aud, when he returned, ho would go that it keeps the exhalations from tho to liis desk and write a mass of paperj, pores of tho sick, person, whilo tho apparently taking his notes from a look blanket allows them to pass through. which ho always carried. Weak persons are invariably distressed Early in April Mobile-wa- s surrendered by a great weigIit6I"bed-cloUies- , which aad Gen. Caaby took possession. often prevent their getting any sound Burko left two days prorioaa to the but- - sleep wllateveiCJ" j reader, and wo supposed he had gone i Bkhts. Gnapf the most satisfactory to his command. Tho day after tho ways to cook beets is to bako them; Barrcnder I was walking on Royal street, when boiled, oven if their jackets oro near Gen. Canby's headquarters, when left on, a groat deal of tho best part of I was halted by a Fedetal soldier, who the beet is distelved and so lost. It called me by name. I looked at him will, of coursd, lake a little longer to with surprise and did not recognize him bako than to boil them, but this is no until ho said : " Lieutenant, don't you objection : allow from fifteen to twenty know mo?" I then, saw that it was minutes ; sliee them and Bergt Brke, and remarked ; " What heat them cs yon would if thoy boiled. does this mean, this uniform ?" Bo re- One nfee way to servo them is to chop rKEACHIXO TO ZUXAIIC3. plied: "You npw know what Ikara them fine. After they oro cooked, seaA clergyman in Jaeksonvillo, 111., wa been at the past few weeks." " Yes," I son with pepper,' salt and butter. out of a field, and, hearing that there was said, "a rpy." Ho smiled and said: no preaching in the asylum in that city, "lieutenant, if yon want protection or IX C1IIXA. sought the opportunity to dispense the aid you will got it by reporting to Gen. o True domestic happiness exists in Cosby. I'made a' list of deserving citifor every houso is a gospel there. At his first Bervioo he was zens for his use, and your namo heads little colony, consisting of three genera- very muc& gratified to observe tho close tho list Good-by.- " I have not seen tions namely, the grandfather, his chil- attention? that eaoof the patients gave Burke since, nor have I any knowledge dren and his children's children. Thero to his sermon, and he went away and ol what becamo of him. Burko was a . thoy livo in harmony tosether. All told eoHiejjf his friends that he hod sharp, intelligent, American Irishman, thoso that are able to work on the farm, found, a "vwytoifttl field of kber in and X now havo reason to believe that ana u more labor is required tue strong-- the osf htn, which hadi beonfoieglected ,"$ he famishod Forrogut with a great deal eris hired to assist them. They live tooloag. Tho next Sunday he aotteed the same of! valuablo information. O. A. Arnold, well, dress plainly, and are industrious, without being in any way oppressed. intent expression on the face of this in Philadelphia Timet. The femalo members of a farmer's house- hopeful listener. Again, the nest Son-daA MUSICAL BOX. the mas gave eager attention. In hold have much more liberty than those T W, W. 1T0BT. of higher rank. They have small feet, tho somen the old, story had been reSba perfect to whirl IUi to wtltr, as usual, bat they ore not confined to lated aboal Bfedeo women 'eajting their AnJ her ihouUcn ihow w'J on a irf $llTin, $T& minister tho houso or prevented from looking on " Aa ! loangM at night and iprcaJi ur allkj. j and speaking to strangers, as aro tho Bought an opportunity at the elose'of And p!a;a with htr bracelet! and fllrta her fan. . higher clashes. If a stranger enters the ths service for a personal conversation Her duty thla Cbriatlas nereromltal court of tho house unexpectedly ho will with his eager listener. The patient tHie milM htr cal'a and learea her cardf , and said', 'I j see a number of ladies, both old and grasped his liand warmly, Aud encbanta a circle of wlU And aUm altacbea and ttiarda. you were young, sitting on tuo voronua, all indus- otmldn't help thinking-whilIa ttila the thing for mother or wife t triously employed on some work spin- tolling that story that it was a great pity O juU lore ever grow on euch barren rocki ning, sowing or embroidering, and one your mother didn't chuck you into th la thle a eompaulou to take for life I probably engaged in culinary opera- river when you were a baby." One might ae wcU merry a mnalcal boa. tions. They are, however, yery shy a day htr full extent; Ton ciuauat In with strangers, and fly at the approaeh TllK VAINI.B.HSXKXS Oy 1K IT II, Tie the eama little tickle of tunee alweji; You uiiut wlud ber up with a compliment, of.piio, so it is not easy to catch mora rlul el e o.nie, U me we kniw net ( la'alnifeehr we g, wfc,tlmj To be boreiTiitULUVe on! aire abe tJava aJow'.niL j f than a glimpse of their domestic life. i From', Aie earliest' ibril, of hiuoan WHT BEES TO WOUK JH history death has buuu coujlduroa as 11 AY FXrKK. DAJUCXMM. necessarily , oeooBipanied by pain; so yrhe writer of this eetnadatcatioa has We all know the airgearaaee pf, h'oaey, general is this belief, that the terms lieeasikfcrftjfrSm'hay few periedi- aad we' know that orWtit has been " death agony," " last struggle," "pangs ftcaMrjFolrltlM past twelve years daring strained it will crystallize and become of death," ota, have been in a'inoat iiui- half of which period she could get no practically sugar. An experiment hai satisfactory relief. The intolerable vernal uso ia every" age aud under all receaUy?bea mode, to ascertain the rea- conditions of society. the eyelids aad ahaost ''eo&sta&i oVthk change, and this experiment Nothing coald be mort erroaooni ; naeeang which characterizes the com- son has led up to the discovery why beet plaint in its worst form she had to entho truth is, pain and death suldoni go work in the dark. It had heretofore together wo moan tho last, motnviits dure until six years ago, when the been, suspected that the change in ithe of life. Of course, death may bo pro- was brought to her e' An4l,eoasistei'oyOBf Jiatioj ia" Uie columns of a newspaper 4 appeaMtMe -coded by weeks' or eveu mouths of was owing to " photograpiHo action " e suffering, as occurs during cerInto a widemquth boRIe,. that is, to the ,saae'Bgeloy which ' half fllledwit4 eeitbs, aad hiring a tain incurable'diseases. ' the iodide of silver ofl tho plate ia elose stopper, pat the following mixtDeath itself u a physiological process, photography. Mr. Bcheiber's experiand; like ridl Other ' aataiol faactions, ure: 2f drachms carbolic acid, & ment coaiirfias this view. This should lo painless. Popular Soicnc .(hwehins aqaa nrnwonin (speoiio gravity someeaey' ia'fkuks well iiontKly. 9.W0), D drachms distilled water. 7i eorkod ; some of tlw bottles ho excladed draekms aloohoL Inhale through Um from tho light Tho hoaey ia the flasks "SrJSAKDto of, drainage," says Jones, aoutriia. This mixtare, being of a exposed to light boob crystallized; that "my wife aud daughtors understtud it most be kept as muck as ia the bottles ia darkness underwent no to peffuctioa, aa4!uy baak' aeeoaat will pessiWe from eiposare ia ortUr to pre-wrehaago aad continaed liqufd.' 'Mow, as bo drained dry before they get book its streagth aad pwwit too dei theexiateaee of young bees depends from Saratoga and Long Branch." diseelerattoa. Itdoesaetparperttobe apoa the liquidity of the food, the a speeiio, for that has not yet beea of tltq bee is do maaifest ia. H has proved itself a ready At stations oa tho now Bouthora Pa-the light, aad this is the reasea NlM'lm Hw SuS ofttt wriier aad w tlie ratttead the foitowfcg aigaa art why bees wefkia the dark if they did of teats aad woodea sliaa many who hate iviered ia the same not ebseuro their hive windows the food seen ia front aBoents;" "Squan ViN York Suit. wjr,-irios: would, be useless, meal, SO eoaU ;" " Gorge, 75 ceata." Tk aaHuavUoa of ooal oa eeeaa Xwosof the afamtago wll tauma bbd ilwaiors has beea reduced from six Taa Fhiladelphht North America deMft. Mks, "What 'is Rune?" to which tht teas to a tea of freight to oae-sft- h of a IuuUm at ttM afUee, or Wa saee the (kyi of the old Boston Pott responds : "Fame b tin we lots of boys la Iowa result of being oiril toaewipspsr uea. teMe-spoonfineee-fcterg- to arr. rWck ; acta OM-hs- li a KW6 salt. Bako Mid stir nHil qiHo cup of molasses Mid la aa cttrthou dish " It ni w ay I , moro-iftkin- g THK MTHAXtlmr.lVMI. .Two lothers, Auausto and Andi Bern4, the former aged ), the' latter W, y lolli employed in tho great glaas at Baint DonU, near Paris, enamoretl of Adcle Vcrgeri, a cook atVillctte. She received tho visits of tho brothers with much sane frold. To her it aa amusHig to seo first one, then tho other, como putting and blow-ta- g in his trcslro to bo tho first to greot her. Neither would givo in to tho other, aad Adolo had to escort them Imtli out, as neither would leave tho other nlono with her. So terrible Itecanio tho jonl-o- y lotweeii tho brottiers that they would not speak with each other. It had, however, to bo settled nt last. Adele tlircatenetl that nnlcM her court ship censed to be mixed with hatred alio woald havo to ask the brothers to desist from calling upon her. Tho brothers met. They had parted from Adelo, and both confronted each other in ono of the greAt wine shop of tlto Haiut Donls quarter, bo appropriately called by Zola JAssommoir." They glared at each other, and their friends saw at onco that mischief was browing. Thoy finally motioned to each other to withdraw to a table. Thoy spoko low, but excitedly, smoked quickly, ami tho bluo snioko of their ples was hot. "A duel I Yes. a duel I M This was distinctly hoard, aad then tho brothers beckoned to Jules Remi and Alfred Poulicr, friends of theirs. They had deeided upon fightisg a duel, but not with swords or i&tol. It was to bo a duel to tho death. Two bottles of rum were put upon tho table. Two tumblers were sot by tho aids of tho bottles, aad then this contract wos'modo by tho brothers in tho presence of witaesses : "It is agreed between the brothers Augusto and Andro Berni to drink rum until either is unablo to drink any more. The first who succumbs will consider himself beaten, and surrender all claims to Adelo Yergeri." Tho contract was signed, tho bottles tipped, and tho tamblers filled. At first tho men drank slowly, but, as tho liquor began to excite their brains, they fairly poured it down their throats. At the ninth gloss, Auguste, tho younger of the brothers, gave a yell of pom and fell bodso1oh3. Andre Berni then arose, and, with a smile oa his face, turaedto leave. Hardly had ho reached tho door of tho cabaret when ho throw up his hands and fell senseless. He was quickly carried to the hospital, but died shortly after reaching it of concussion of tho brain and paralysis of tho heart 'Augusto Berni, crazed by the rum he had drunk, recovered from his faint, ran madly through the streets, until, reaching tho river Seine, ho threw himself into the Water, and was drowned beforesssist-ano- e could reach him. j. mann-factoro n ' THE BEST OF ALL OOMMEEOIAIj. Tk If i ' "irM-af.ilk- " " arTPTaTlwWTW yj - 1 M s It ii m. mi -- lea soiDirr. MT. VHMNON, XV. TT I. w. neowa, I.IVX, rReVHRflMIVE, rOPCLAR. aMJiyat Tmilf Xtwiospsr ia Cktt rha Kewe A.TTOIIN13VH IM-l- HO!0BTT caltROn'N, WaLLaoa AT IxyT t. T1HM, , up elatta. X.A.-W- LINIMENTS 702 KAKAMD BUST. ror raem than a tiiirs or a eetrnry Hhi MrilenMneUkhL.lntfnentnebn tho. eelr Mfo reihtnoe lor Wis relM of sreiuonts and nam. it m k mociKiinc boT prleo anil pmlse ths heel of lie ONLY AM Coraer-Cemr- $1.00 A YEAR. T. w. Anlenltirat Bapattwanl-OilMr- ea'i aUikel Kepocti SpeiaUef MlenU OAVe Tiiaoer, T. W. W R. VANNOM, rNTEKSTrrriClNTIWTIVE, UKFIH, Te Old and Teaaf alike. Sihecrlhe be II. STANFOHI), KY. Is Oweley A rlon'e new halidlnt A.T JL BTUEETDTD Ol'l'JLJl A.TTUUMUV w.'l' LAWc Jelntn. rountlre and tho Hajwrlor Court and CoiHt ol Appeala. Newrlal allenllon lr lo tollecHoeM. UScaofer rlitlMalloail IUnk.1 iljt M. t'HYTUey, toe kind. THE MEXICAN fill. The Mexican .VTTOUSI4V AliBX. AKDRRSOK, A l X.A"W, BAKVILLK, ST., HastanKl.tnlment le wMhoot an canal. It poiotratra tJeeh attho oonitna-sne-lae U very lioue mahlnff mnnle . of pftln unit lnASmmatlon Urn pffMsliupon llirmnn Flwh nd tho Brute (Trillion an equally woader Impoe-MM- Will prietleoln the Ctraruof rioyle aad tounUea and la tbe Court of AppraJe. MUSTANG Unlspmt U Bortlmt by somoboiJr in creryboaM. Kroryilsytirlnennewsof ths eia;Biy ofan irfnl aralit or l,nrn rab(tee!, of mnriyrtf r etoreri. or a WttlnahlA linrai n ns m v a by tho IwaUns; power of tbU Circuit Court Will practice In tbe KntkeaetliCourla. Oollrc. tlona a iprclally. OMcw In Court-bene(IJ4 And MHterContHleeioMrRoekcaeil a..f. l ..B. ad'e44a( - Ofllcw-Ao- utk r. hopfmAn, HUUGMOIM HTAKrOlltl,UHNa'IHT, KT. tho Mr ere Hotel, aired. eMa Mata etreot, two imii abovi LINIMENT nnd Cute, Hrnlaea etnit praliie, I'olienem Itllee Slid RtlnajejRtlfmeee, e, OU Hurea, rictre, l'roef illilalii,. Sorej Nlpulte, CaU enel, unit IbiImiI very form of oitemal die eoee. It licavts wlthont arar. For tha llsrrrs rrsKiTrnw It ntme Sprmlna, Mnlnny. rHMT Jalnte,B Founder. Ilamtee Horra. Hoof eaeee.root Kol,MrrwVom,r)eb, Hollorr Horn, Hcratcbre, Wlnd- Salle, KpaTln, Thrneti, HlnRbone, l'oll KtII, film pn til Slslit and orery other ailment to vrlileh the orrnpRnla nt Uta Stable nml rltoch Yard are) liable. Tba Sfaelean Mutaae Llnlaiaat always cures ami uavnr dUappoteta) asu n w, poeuuTBiT, orcx-- Y Joints. otitracletl Mnaclee, Hnrne Mralde, which urircdllr enrrs seen ailments of Urn HUMAN FLUSH at Khaaniatlam, rlirslllnct, OtlrT The Kew Walerbnry WeUh, Stem Wla4Iar, ykVU Caee, haVxna, aurftM and warreMel la kap Mfart time. KTlLrICBIllK WoaLDOVRB.eLs. AN6 THM THE C&htatRCIaL FOR Wl WATCH FOR ONLY S3.M, THS TWO S3.IO, Yt" Pare Nllrwaa oxMe tree adralalalared when t PK. W. ni,.n Tlie Wet,ihary Welch CVmreey tne a VallMet rerq tatlea for euklef the clwap Watch la Ike Wkl, not eee le eel rroa lha Parte allheal ha,ie kaea ran for Ma day, aad mrerelif rrcelaUd. tl raae JJ hewe with oa wiadlnt, and will tail fw yaara. TklaUlbalarncr'e Welch. Ike Mlaer'a Welch, IK Taborer'e Welch, Ike Hv'e Wateh, the Schael uul'e Weloh-- la eteCTboda Walch, H Cpoa rerpt ef klm ey letter ee wcvey ecrt-- r, lha Watch will be frOrdl It avail ee eatCMe wrHk chareaa teffaU, ead the COMMKKCUI. wAib mailed teteuulf he eae jeer, piae Se. for the rmci or one. bl ORIr nver Ribt.g. Lf lie's elora Oflloe hour from S to It A. M.eal Ilea r. If. ABeethclIrt ad Inlaterad wrn neceatarv IISMyr.) ntTmlJ SiArlFOBI). Uunttatt. FENNV, KENTUCKY. t, Fire.Lightning ilTornado lWNURAXCKJ Sevcn'Firat-OlaslaO-wajao- rrirrt will be 4fated, ell ruarera rrvpaht, with ee ef IHa Waiekaa, watch will cea tun aa; hare aad erery w hare. Bead f eeaapte ceptee aad ge te work. Addreee y a Hob cf ll?e Subacrlhm te the WW IT CuuuascUt. aad aii.ee, ike ratter wp ef Ibeciah ANOTHER OFFER. i Gomjmnl8i, ? llJ-S-o J.yt.rHir.tl'SfAgt., BATBSI Stanford. THE COMMEROML, loumiae, kv. THE BEST OF ALL LINIMENTS F03 ION OS B3A5T, MUNK A CO.. of the RfttHTirto AMxnirAX. eon. act aa Hollcttore for Oaveeta, Tred9 ilnue ui OfTrUhlJ, for tbe liuenla, RUUea, Oaneda, I'nltM ItiMiUincl. Frances ajarnany, eta. Hand Baa abmat I'aaMlte eent free, Thlrty-aavavntra'exprrlenrfi. PATENTS For-Rent! lathe nenat Am uucax, tbe Uratrat, loat, anil widely cerenhated ariecithle parwr el'ararear. lYeekly Pplendld aoarmvtnee and Intervallna In- of In roroMtlnarpclaaan enpy MUNfl HclrailSa A wrr A 1 1 . IklEATlrM AMtaiCaKOac,a4Broadaee, VewYork. WW be melted aft arrJkanti end lo year wllhoulrderuc It, cnatamert of Uet It contalne lUoatretione, talrre, clcerrlptlore and dlmtlone for pUatlxf all VrrrlaMe and FVcr rtecae.i-UDia.eilap rejli mft rarrto rntC biithihhiiio -- D.M.FERRY5C0.nyiSa. TAKE TUJ:- - HOSTEFE :o-4t DENIItAUI.K Of NTOItK-KOD- N, Under IheSLAitph Haiti, new oceuplM by II K. Wearen. Apply lo KSH HI Vtl It MA X, OHIO tl M.V. l'OHTHA. r i MISSISSIPPI I roi run W. iayBEjlfY;,- ioaBaB iaHaKaBaA.vPf!atilP - Notico to Contractors East, West and North ! ITIa Propoule will be rrC'tvrd by the undertlfoed 3laonl-v3Lli- e until JaNUaUY 1.1 Ml, lor the Meca.lemla.or of the Srw Street el the Kail ea I .1 Maa'onl, fcy.; Irom IJItTlavfr f v . Ja work to be Unlabel by lltta of May. Meltrtal, CINCINN1TI Ik. K.., oreaea anue. n mere will five price per rod, aad Ike sons. Kra Krlor Car lo Cincinnati eprea-lothe road ad falu. klMaU. P.m 1. IY..I....I JOIIX J, MrROHKNTH, ten, HelUeaore, rhTladelphlaaad few rrk,wllh-oulrhins- e. -- td Council UttkUiy 8lTfEf?S As SB lUTlyorant, Hottttter'f Rtoaseb Hitter bu rrcetrrd ta aoet ro'ltlie from eminent pbjalelaai, aad ba too occupied a fomaoet reak nflaeeg. sUadard proprietary reiBedlea. Its of dbordered eadl Hob of the stomach, llrerand bo well, aad a prereBtlTe of malarial diaetet an bo leas rrnownrd, and bare bet aeeontod rmphatle proretilonal TrcomfflenilatloB-br for aal fur DrunrUU aad Dealers, to IM, apiy Uoeitttcr's Alaaaae roc vkm I..tiVIS FOR SiLL,K. LnUUVILLP. U aPeSmlrteBwfr'M WUIS and I e Wcet, horthweel and Houthweel. with l'a)ar. rWpur larioo nlhl trala, Loaltvllle lo St. Louli. Chi-nes- farm-house- Hava( my linda e aciturrd, I with to aell pilretelr theeld UoJe-- y stepkeoaoa faral, on hm" WWVlLtK lo bli Hirer near Walnut tlat. rontalnlnc IIT. acre, ol good land In tool Lelfhborhoud. Iar.e " efiaJaf!ari.ia,n.bey Coecbee Kebrick houea. alebla aad crlba aad other butltlnte C AIIO end Ike f fllnlM evoasr IIW14 lia.i CaeftS,aad line water aad plenty of limber. Alee 32 acre, ,.,..., vwan fM lka.,.L wfltts yln betweaUeo.T MeKobtrUend H. R. LOOK AT THIN llawkln Uaaoh. ttlco box hesee and brick cklmnrr. All under Icore, llenly Ore ThettJ p. m, Kipreee (daily) fro-- . LoulivUla wood. Bethtllla fond, turaelne can be had, ftom Iia,,H. (t jr., Yo,k without ehm , U'..kl.d.. . Addreuorcallea 11'. T ...v. ..wuiHivy a0 Crib Orchard, Ky. p.ta. next day It io houm O 1TRlnsjl ahiklae :,. .mv -- a. x Hrl'HK.lO, ...l-ln- ...,.. .., rx Stockholder's Mooting. A meeUni ef the itockhoMeri of the National Baakof Iliutoaellle will be held at their keoaloj houee la Haitiaji'J,' 01 Tawltr Stk d'ef of Jar fer IS1I, lar election of else dlrrctori to TALUABLE Stanford Town Lots for Sale. IoStroreala privately at (ow prlcea aad on roaooaebla terma. OI'KK TfjKW L.UTH la lha North caat llmlu cl tha Mara uao hahT ol them art olty or sianferd wlininaiblrd oi emtio ol ine uourt llouea. and a of a mile of aantebref them within theJuactloa depot, excellently located tor per. very Hours Ahead of All Conpeiiteri, Emljranueaj via thetUH. R'y have Threuh Day Coecbee oaalllralat. Jlave ,.,-- . u. Ma mI.I.IAI k M.H.a. other Haea, thereby ajyuie z noun Airiraeftm. uadvaaeeol lecntlac more. ..,. area . vm tlaaa tar a.. kin .k.w .1, aa chelae ereeate fa care of MaacctlafllM. laadraooeor ether line. U ladianapolle and Chlcaieand tha only Hao (tried lie patroee all-mil- e rMealeaf Ihe ahoreevf Ute it 1c la en, For Hckela, rale, time, mapa, Ae.7 apply to Zkket Aseata al eoaneetlac llaea or addtwae K. 0. BteOWN. eWutbera laaeeeer Alt., H. K.Or, Fourth A Hala ate , Umlevllle. W- - Wel'pBOBT. W. B, SHATIUC. .. .k- cibc jeer IHL j, : 1IOCKKH, Caehler. FitTf chUdrea-ratotiioGaage- For Sale Privately! t. ell-fo- e .- - itch-ing- ot rcly four-ounc- no-tie- ox-trc- ve "Oafal, m stde-wbe- e) Tm Bd Icifltr forulapriratelr mr (arn ef 93 1 3-- J J. V. HILL, raeaeader A seat, Lebanon.,;., of Nlcholaetllle ACKKS. ltuei7inlleeB. oa lllctaien Creet, la Jeuemloe eousir Tae ooo lend lain and lelo allien tor jroelug eijr crep eulled l Ihle part ot theeiateaolle welladeelel to (rowing tobaera. The ImproTetneilu eontlil of a Irene daelHn, of Trooua.wliuporthaaaBd collar, wellefimid waToeeon uaayin aegiuciy. ok oi ter neer the iioor, a tool barn, etable and Wazoa the lant laleaancn al lorequlr so grading aad the m level thed aoil olber DKeeaerr. out bullJlD(. Aa or. verr beat well water can be bad al a deoln of from eherJ. eioek wter abuudant and convenient Ae. MtoMleet. Thafenelnion the creek le rocetlr of etone. Dta. Tbey will be eold to none but white paraone, NKW YOBK, 1834. A men of tbrmcan be aeon at my oSee. tf of tlmbrr for fesclri purpoeve and leneea moat If In good repair 1ocitloo 1 conrenlent to 234 4 me. If. tl. Mtl.I.Ktt. Church, achMl and mill, 1 will aell tho property ttunlord, Ky. low and on eaar termite partlet drtlrlox a home About alily million coplee of Tub 6vb hate or will divide It to lull purchiiere. foneeot of oureeUbHrtmenl during the pait II meotha. If act mm br mr. 1. 1 will rent lo reliable ptr Ifvou were to pule end to rod all the column Ilea. JUtH.Jf.A.JIKHMl'KlttJHH. T- 1881. ,., llaolr, f.U,, Zoo I mo. of all Th Dune nrlntedanl eold lait year rod n, wouldiotaevmtlauoei elrlpof Inlerctlei common lenee wledoo. eonnd doctrine and 1881. aane wit loaf eneuh te reaeh frouPrtatlni Houae Bijire U the top of Mount Cupemlcua In the moon, then bank to Prlotfat Haute equate and ILLUSIRATED. thee the way lo Ihe mean ateli. But ThiSuu llarnar'a Weeklr aranda at the heed af American the earth; thla la written fer the Inhabitant! o ILLTJ8TKATBD. rente alilp of latelllreooe would Hernet'a Benr la at ooeo the moat brilliant and llluetreled weekly Jouraa'a. By lie nnputlaan girdle the ilebe V er M titnee. pollUn, lu admliabl llluiUatlon-- . Ill poeltton ueetul llouiebold Journile la eileteece. It le the carelullyIncboern aerial,, llevery buyer ofTheclun during the lett year abort ttorlee, akelchei, waaepealealy eae hoar ackoowledsed arbiter of feahlet In tola country. nvrf It. and forenoet artlali sraadbther baa apeat another hour, If hlewWoor Ite fuhlon platee are the neweet and meat at jllah and poemv, contributed It by the laetructlon this newepa-pe- r tbe day, carrier and and tta pattern ebeet tupptlmeuti and etonomlo and author! of to theueaadi haa afforded the bom as rare thirteen thou-aan- d of American bontee. alone ere worth ataor tliaea the eoet ol aubacrlp-tlo- n. entertainment yeara ol ateady raadlas, plant aad day. the le Itwlllalaaia the art needlework art from make tha Mirper!beWeeklyaimiheofmeet publltber aad Itallluetratienaor II te only by little ralculelione like theae that popular the beetaourcee. lie lllf rarr and arttalle merlta we can form any Idea el tki circulation and. Is aro oflhohlgheet order, ttittorlea, poema and attractive lainllr neweoepcr In tbe wn Id,conetant loott popular of American newapapera. or af Ike of lu tbe punuanceof bl, deelfa, to preeent a eaeaje are b the siet American ana buropren Imnroveiaeot la all thoee ireturea which have Influence on the oplolone and aevtoneof American men and women. autbora. tw cooitg art picmrea wquiu iua pert are the meet antua. filuedlbr II theeenndewe, iiinpitby, and sup-fslte, and tta kunteroui cull The Bun la aad will continue to be n newapapar log te be fcaad fn any journal In America. A yn vi ih eare aim vi reauere. which telli the train without (ear of aoaeeouencwe boat of brilliant uoTeMoe ar promleed br 1WI. which at the mcli no muter how much Ihe proeeeo coeU, whkh repreeeeti the aewa of all Ihe world without viete of wordt and la the moat readable eaepe, which la worktef with alilU ikia. -- .. heart far tbe eeuea of hoeeal (orernment, md PER YEAR. Marpar'a Miloe.-.tl 00 Harper! which therefore balletee that tbe Kcputllcen par. .h..- -. 00 ..,.- 14 4 4 00 Harper's K t ht tbte aetata- - year eenr Harpai'i VYeekly H,.r " ioee Mia, oses esaiaeoo 4 UV LerdilMa, 4 00 Hafper'a .i. If Harperi Baur, 4W you you laow The Sun, you like It atready. tad -SO Narprf'a Young People..r It with accuatomed tHllfeooe and Harper'a Yeuaf Piople" ---. t M wontwill read what U mn to be. the moet InUreeU duiloc Harper's rVaaklls tV,air librarr, one jear Uarpar'i Fraaklla Square Library, one year lax rear la lie hletorr. If van da nnt vaa knMM .......... W 00 (M Humbari) (H 1000 The Hun, 14 la high, time to get Into rhe wnenlm. reetafoVrMtoatt aubicrlban in the Unllad 1'o.Uie Krce te all euUtcrlberi a the United TKRMa TO WAIL HOtwJCRIBEU. Statee and Canada. Btatee or Caaada. ThevolumeeoftheBeitr begin with the (ret The VoluaveaofthaWaekU lamia with tha TbiaeviraaJtoaao The 8un are ami by null " Inl uiui,U uCJLi.. Number lor January of each year. Wnennotlaio. Muuberlor January oleach year. When o time ) mentleoed. It will be underatoed that the aiitn le meoHeaed, H will be ar aadefetoot that the '" 8" Krlber wlekea lc comnieooe with the Number next wlebea te commence with the Number Maea. ThU ejllloa AirnlebM alter tno receipt oi oroer. IrvaaAtylelfht ff . la . . . ita i The Uet four Annnal Yoleowe ef Harper! Ba-a- ar next alter receipt oi order. Veluiaee of Harper'a Annuel The teat la aeal cloth bladtar, will be aoat by malt Weakly, la four cloth Undlof . will be Beat eently .xcntletetlntereet to Inae of t penee (propoetes pe'J. r by eipreea, mall, peataee paM, or by expreea, tree ol expeaee reilewiefBiwbookioftse blghit vided tbe frewht ooee not exceed oa dollar per (provide t laelreUbtdoM net ax good one doHar volume. urn,) kir IT w Wbhit-- SI s year. Might lath Caaea lor aach volume, aultable lor bind- - per velume),for 1700 per volume. saTJ .tier o lb. the Sally Cloth Caeee fjr each Volume, aultable for bind-I- n, &. taw, wHl be by malL peetpald, oa IKelpt of will be aeaf by mill, poefpald, ou retelpl of perliaeatol ueualled value, eecclel market n. otrlMeaoh. M each. uj roeweacs II etealtlauco should, be uade by IVI-OSIaemlttancee eaoun do HoaHoney Order or xHaM, to avoid cbeacee ol loea. not Va copy Ule adverUeement ey Order or are lo avoid cbaaee ot laee. rlewapafare jiewapeeere not w eovr tate aavertieemeDt wvtboui tie expeeM order of H xarxa a Addrm. uroebari. JWjTork wttaeut iuuHMeKoiayur VKJ iartee.VewtMk. fl eoai oniajed In butlaew or bare imptaymeot at taaa potaa. Tbaee Iota are the very beet aad meet teaanllfut-l- y aad conveniently el tutted for jaeUinrra that have orer been OS ere 1 lor aale la Hieaeurd. end my prlreaand tenuiaroiucBaa toplarell In tha power el any Induetrloui man to acoura eae of them for a ho.ee. Thar all front upon new itreeta. whlrn have lull been opeaed, the btetdeal and beat In Utanferu. TaHIB STJilsr Harper's Weekly. Harper's Bazar. HARPER'S PERIODIOALS, HARPER'S PERIODIOALS, lilt ' . fli Weeklr... Bur..M....H .... .. M4ilM...,r. "' aium),w.umn daTi?trU,0B'h'M,rl a.ll et rr Lln&?i inllTl uh, 1, l.u"j AJdni,.HiafH.'-f- . Hnia. Ir.,