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Tuesday Morning, December 12, 1882
Tho tntTcier in Sweden tintl Norway
co many customs which Indicate that
tho pcoplo mo unusnnlljr courteous ami
Loaest, At tho rftilwAjr dining stations,
r lanro tablo is set in tho center of n
pacions room. Upon it are displayed
it.yrictr of tempting dishes and piles
el warm plates with knives, forks and
Tho passengers enter withont confu
sion, walk aronnd tho central tnljlo,
select what dishes they liko licst, and
Uicn scat themselves at litllo morblo
tables scattered in tho room. Every
person, remembering that his neighbor
mny fancy tho dish of which ho par
takes, helps himself witii moderation.
For the dinner a fixed sum is charged,
about 39 cents ; but, wine, beer and
coffee being extra, tho guest tells how
much of each ho has drank. Ills word
is taken without question, ns no ono
Onboard tho steamboats three meals n
day aro served, which, however, aro in
cluded in tho price of tho passage. After
each meal, tho passenger who has par
taken writes his name in a largo book
and records under it what ho has eaten
When ho is ready to go aslioro, ho
calls one of tho waiters a girl who
puts tho price against every item, adds
np tho amount, and puts tho sum sho
receives into her pocket. 'When tho
money becomes too heavy she gives it,
without counting, to tho stewardess.
All is left to the honesty of tho pcoplo.
Instead of this confidenco begetting lax
ity, it makes ono careful to pay to tho
uttermost penny. Ilis honor is at stoke,
therefore ho feels obliged to bo very
Mr. Da Chailln tells of a servant girl
who brought him a gold locket, which
ho had dropped on tho kitchen floor tho
previous ovening, while displaying his
Why did you not keep it ? " ho said,
"How then," sho answered, "could I
ever walk erect, and look people in tho
He once hod hard work to mako a xnair
accept a small sum of money which he
had earned. The honest fellow had
traveled on snow-shoes in tho soft snow
for an hour to reatoro to Mr. Du Choilla
his gold watch and chain, which ho had
left under his pillow at tho house whero
tie slept the evening before. Only by
showing him that he was paid for his
loss of time, and not for returning what
did not belong to him, could ho bo per
suaded to accept the money. Youth'
"7 IT DEPENDS OX THE BAIT.
4 y Eels is bitin very good this winter,"
observed a Newtown man to tho Eagle's
cashier as ho fished around in his pocket
for a marriage notice' and' paid tho ex
pense of insertion
' Catch many?" asked tho cashier,
checking the notice.
'"Doin'protty well, pretty well," re
plied the old man. "Iketchedono tho
other day that was considerable eel. To
seo I went to tho crick in the mornin'
and cut'o hole in the ice and dropped
tho hook. In about a minute I knowed
I had a bite and I went for him. When
I'd got ten yards of him ont I began"
" Got what ?" demanded tho cashier.
" Ten yards of him. To see, I couldn't
tell how big ho was goin' to bo, sol just
pulled his head over my shoulder and
streaked for homo, only a mile. Then I
followed along bock to tho hole, and ho
wasn't all out yet I"
" How big was he ?" asked tho cash
ier, with round eyes and standing liair.
" Hold on till I tell ye. Then I takes
another grip on him and reaches for
home again, but that didn't seem to fetch
the whole of him. Well, sir, I traveled
between the house and tho hole all day
long, and when I got him out ho mado
a coil oa my farm a quarter of a milo in
diameter and -100 yards high I Fact, sir I
I.tell ye he was considerable eel I" fc
"What kind of bait do you usually
Boo for that size of eel ?" naked the cajh
. " Whisky," roplied tho Newtown man.
" Ijuod three pints of whisky on that
eel Drank it the night bofcre, you
Tho result of which was that his mar
riage notice west into the death column,
sad the cashier sat around and chewed
his SaikTll.'day. Brooklyn Eagle.
Mrs, Topnoody was much agitated
over the roports of small-pox, and. tho
.oilier evcuhig when Mr. Topnoody camo
in she said :
" Mr. Topnoody, aro thero nny now
coses of small-pox ?"
ji'f'YoB.Jdcar," ho replied, serenely,
" Oh, whora are they ?"
In Pittsburgh, dear."
VJndeed? Have you been vaccinat
ed r' ''
" Tes, dear, but I'm not afraid any
way. The amall-pox lias too much senso
to tako bigjitrongiman like mo."
""Bh, it has, has it? Well, Topnoody,
I wish I had boon tho small.pox when I
"Wliydoar, I thought you feared it
"I know it, Topuoody; but if I'd
bgaja the small:jox theu maybe I would
have had too much' senso to tako you,
Then she looked at hiui with that cool,
insMioft slgnilicaneo of a woman ho
ho a man where the hair is short, and
Topnoodgot up and wont out into tho
kitchen to start a &n,i'(eubenvlll9
xwo DTSTixavitmr.n iKArxtxRa.
Two young ladies of Tcrro HAt.
wero returning from California. The
parlor car thoy wero in was crowded with
passengers. At a small station n woman
in showy altiro entered and demanded
a wholo section of sleeping car. It was
not to bo had, and tho conductor, brake
man, porter and cook, who seemed to
bo impressed with tho now passenger's
importance, wero all painfully exercised
to know where to put her. They looked
at tho other passengers with scorn, and
seemed, without exactly asking, to de
mand an apology for their appearanco
in Uio car where they had paid for rights
and privileges. Tho causa of all this
commotion was very blonde, very large,
very richly clothed and very swell.
When it seemed impossiblo to get her a
wholo section, or even halt a ono, sho
turned to tho young ladies and said :
"Will you consent to tako tho ripper
lcrth of your section and lot mo hnvo
"Sorry wo can't obligo you," replied
ono of tho pink-checked fairies; "bnt
really wo prefer to keep tho lower borth
Then tho big blondo straightened her
self up, throw inoflablo contempt and
superhuman importance into her palo
eyes and said: "Perhaps you don't
know who I am ?"
"No, wo don't," replied tho Torre
Hanto girl, in a tono of sereno indiffer
"I will tell you," said tho woman of
silks and jewels, as her faco bloated and
wormed with self-satisfaction; "I am
Mrs. Colonel Dunlcvy Wickersham"
(Dunlcvy Wickersham is known all
along that end of the road ns a bonanza
man bushels of monoy so much that
ho needs nothing more).
"Aro you, indeed?" replied the Hoos
icr maiden, not at all overwhelmed.
"Perhaps you don't know who I am?"
Madomo Bonanza's faco said that sho
didn't, and also that sho hod some curi
osity. "Well, I am Mrs. General Grant,"
"And I," said her companion, who
hod hitherto kept client, "am Queen
Madamo Bonanza subsided. Indian
"TUB SUPERLATIVE" AT 1'UJtLIO
I onco attended a dinner given to a
great stato functionary by functionaries
men of law. stato and trade. Tho
guest was a great man in his own coun
try, and an honored diplomatist in this.
His health was drunk witu somo ac
knowledgment of his distinguished scr
vices to both countries, and followed by
nino cold hurrahs. Thero was tho vic
ious superlative. Then the great official
spoko and beat his breast, and declared
that ho shonld remember this honor to
tho latest moment of his existence, Ho
was answered again by officials. Pity,
thought I, thoy should lie so about their
keen sensibility to tho nine cold hurrahs
and to tho commonplace compliment of
a dinner. Men of the world valuo truth,
in proportion to their ability, not by its
sacredncss, but for its convenience. Of
onMi AHtwciallv of dinlomatists. ono has
a right to expect wit and ingenuity to
avoid tho He, if they must comply with
tho form. Now, I had been present,
littlo before, in the country at a cattlo-
show dinner, which followed an agricult
ural discourso delivered by a farmer;
tho discourso, to say tho truth, was bad;
and ono of our village fathers gavo at
tho dinner this toast: "The orator of
tho -day : his subject deserves the atton
tion of every farmer." Tho caution of
tho toast did honor to our villago father.
I wish great lords and diplomatists had
as much respect for truth. Ralph
Waldo Emerson, in the Century.
Sharks' fins, dried, are sold in every
Chinese shop in New York. Thoy are
imported from China. Thoro aro thrco
kinds, of which tho best are tho fins of
tho white shark. Theso aro worth $3.00
per pound. Tho poorest kind, which
are known as black shark fins, aro sold
for half as much and even less. Shark's
fin is a popular dainty among Chinamen
It is salted and dried for export, and
looks like a section of whalebone when
raw, but boiled in water a gelatinous
substanco is extracted which is esteemed
A siKjciea of stow mado of shark's fin,
dried oysters, rice and peppers is n
champion Chinese dish. Dried oysters
aro ordinary bivalves, extracted from
tho shell, dipped in salt and strung on
itrings to dry in tho sun. They coino
from China and look for all tho world
liko - figs. John Chinaman infinitely
prefers them to the freshost of fresh
oysters he can buy here. Mussels, conks
and clams are preserved by him in the
' . , I.IKKLY STOUT. jl
A nurse was telling about n man who
had becomo so terribly worn out by dis
sipation that ho could not keep any food
on his stomach, when ono ofjier" listen
ers asked :
"What docs ho live on, then?"
"On his relations, ma'am," answered
(ho nurse. i
Wobtii, the Paris dress-maker, has a
rocipo for ladies' red noses. It is a black
ond.white striped silk dress, made with
great simplicity, and under her chin ho
placed a great garnet bow and another
in her hair. Her friends wero gratified
at her distinguished appearance, and ob
served with pleasure the purity of her
complexion. Tho genius of Worth has
succeeded in doing what doctors and
hygiene had vainly tried.
Biuuo.nh are now mode with moiru
half their width, and tho morcsque loca
designs make up tho other halt ; some
times u watered stripe is run tlirougU
tho middlo of the ribbon, and there are
lace striien on eaoh edge.
MACK WAT.XVT CVLtVKX
At Uio mooting of tho' Indiana SUtlJ
Board of Agriculture, Mr. W..H. Harmi
trad n paper on block walnut, in which
he gnvo tho following directions for
planting nnd cultivating: Preimroyour
ground by brooking and ham)wi-Bg-:In
tho foil. Furrow U offjcach wayas you
would for corn, except that tho rows
should Iks about seven feet apart, Tako
the nnts fresh from tho trees it is not
necessary that thoy should bo hulled ;
placing two nuts in each crowing. This
is to insure getting a good stand. Tho
nnus should be covered' very shallow,
jnit enough earth to hido them. In tho
spring Uio land should Iks farrowed'off
midway lctwcen tho rows of nut; and
tho spaces plonled with corn orpototoo.
Cultivate as vou wonld a corn cren bv
cross plowing, being careful to givo thd
young trees a fair chaneo and good clean
culture. Tho second Mimic thin out
your plants to ono trco to the hill If
!. . ,V . . ..
'""" '" pnces entirely missing,"jncy
may bo filled by transplanting from llio
hills containing duplicates. Tho second
ond perhaps tho third year it will pay-to
cultivoto com between ilia rows, aftor
wnicli tho trees should bo remilarlv cub
livated nnlil thoy fully occupy tho
ground so as to keep down by- thoir
shado all weeds and cross. Tho
period at which cultivation may bo
discontinued can not bo definitely stated,
as much will depond on tho character of
tno seasons and quality of tho soil. Of
courso seven feet each way will bo too
cioso for permanent trees, bnt, as thoy
will protect each other when small and
mako much better growth, it is prefer-
owo to havo them closely plariicd.
When thoy begin to grow tho alter
nate tree in each row niav bo removetL
Tho trees thus removed will bo of suffi
cient sizo to bo useful in various wnys on
tho farm. A second thinninc will, in a
few years, bo necessary, taking tho al
ternate trco tho other way. Tour per
manent trees will now stand fourteen
feet opart each way, a sufficient dktanco
for a number of years, though not for
largo trees, bnt the thinnings will al
ways pay a largo per cent, on tho valuo
of tho ground occupied.
"... " f
"OLD BOB AtrDloBJHCTTEAOmxa."
" Object teaching " is not always suc
cessful, us tho following incident, re
lated by tho Youth's Companion, will
show : A gentleman calling his serv
ant ono day informed him ho wished him
to learn tho names of books in tho Bihlo
"Now," said he, "I will tell you tho
first and during tho day 1 will ask yon
what it is to seo if yon remember ; it is
Later in the day Bob was callod, but
he could not remember what it was.
" Now," said tho master, "I havo a
way to impress it upon your mind so
you cannot forget it. Now, ,Bob, we
havo a horso in tho stable; what do wo
" Correct, and we havo a little girl in
the kitchen, what do wo call her? "
" Very well. Now, put tho two to
gether and jou havo Jennie-Sis Gen
esis. I think you can remember it until
"Tes, Bah." .
Tho noxt morning Bob was summoned
to appear before his master. , r
" Good-morning, Bob. Can you givo
mo the nomo of the first book in tho
Bihlo this morning ? "
"Well, what is it?" -
"Do olo hoss, soli."
Tho number of breweries in Great
Britain in 1880 was 24,114 ; in Germany,
23,940 ; in the United States, 3,293 ; in
France, 3,100 ; in Belgium, 2,600; in
Austria-Hungary, 2,297; in Holland,
COO ; iu Russia, 4G0 ; in Norway and
Switzerland, 400 each ; in .Denmark and
Sweden, 240 each. Tho quantity of beer
produced in Great Britian was about
49,000,000 hectoliters (tho hecto
liter is equaltoabout i gal
lons) ; in Germany, about 37,000,000 ;
in the United States, 14,000,000;
in Austria-Hungary, 11,000,000; in
Belgiun, 8,000,000 ; in Franco, 7,000,
000; in Russia, 3,000,000; in Holland,
2,000,000, etc Russia has tho largest
breweries, and there is on avcrago pro
duction of 0,950, hoctoliters in each,
Denmark being credited in this respect
which 6,250 hectoliters to each
brewery; Austria-Hungary, 4,770;
tho United States, 4,182; Franco,
2,355 ; Great Britian, l'OOO ; Ger
many. 1.650. Norway has tho
smallest breweries, with an nverago of
THE aitAXDFATIIEH'S WISDOM.
"When I was young," says a young
man, mournfully, "my venerable grand
father never used to tip me, his invari
able excuso being : ' At your age, yon
haven't any need (of money ; but, later
on, como to mo,1 Well, when I was 18,
I went to him, and ho coldly buttoned
up his breochos-pocket and said : ' At
your age, you ought to bo making your
own way in tho world I ' "
It is said that Bitting Bull has beopmo
a thoroughbred loafer, being too lasy to
do any hard work exeep, eating. It
breaks tho back of tho noblo red man to
keep him out of tha weather,
Foldinoj screens are covered with
Christmas cards and bordered with
No u. is more miserable- tibia hi
that hath no adversity.
Tun number of sheop in Kansas has
increased 200 fold within tho last two
A iien to-morrow is better than on egg
A lawyer Is ueier perfect In his profes
sion he's aluayi practicing.
THKAVTHOH OF "A FOOVM EMtAXflV
I omnot' entirely given over to too
tooismT' forays ossoclato an esthetio
with laziness, and n lazy man doesn't
know what rest means. I am glad I am
- iy iom tho ladies, but really I den't
n alike a QnoeQ'Anno chir. ,; I know it
isTliigli art; btttljust think of eno hun
dred and odd pounds of muscular Chris
tianity resting in n spindle-shanked
Queen Anne chair. Then again I can't
say I om in lovo with those now chan
deliers mado in imitation of a tallow
dip, witli a gutter of smut running down
.the sides. Then there are thoe narrow-
aockoii.jars in a JnpMwso camn-et, so
frail that ono is afraid of enjoying a
hearty laugh for fear of breaking up
8100 worth of high art. Do you know
J enjoy seeing a man lying with his feet
on tho sofa ? I know it's rough on iho
sofa, but it's tho best thing for tho man.
I often wonder when I get into a parlor
filled with all iho jim-cracks of csthcti
cisa, what it was all for. I liko n par
lor where the children con turn somer
saults without fear of what is coming
after. High art I SoincWly told mo
that tho cover of Scrlbner'i Monthly was
n specimen of it. I remarked I couldn't
mako ont just which way tho snako was
going. Ho was inclined to bo offended,
but all I could Imagino of tho design
was n reminder of n snako crawling
backward or forward, or, perhaps, a
dish of vermicelli soup on a pieco of
Tho boy that quits his public school
or his collego ought to bo induced, or
flogged, if need be, to prevent him from
entering at once upon a business life.
Let him spend his timo on a farm. I
don't know how it is, but in every place
I'vo been truo American labor was dying
out. I wont into a prayer meeting in
Maino tho other day (they go to prayer
meeting in Maino yet), and they wero
singing : " There Is Rest for tho Weary,"
and, American-like, thoy havo placed
that haven of rest " beyond tho Jordan."
Nations have passed off tho toco of the
earth by disregarding lesser laws than
that of American restlessness, Judge
Tburgee' lecture on Heat.
U HACK 1IKFOHE JJrtvtl.
In tho good old times it would have
been considered a breach of good breed
ing, if not open sin, to liovo sat down
to a meal without returning thanks,
Uut times have, now so greatly changed
that the religious rito referred to is
much more honored in tho breach than
in tho observance. Tho chango which
has within the lost half century or so
taken place in tho boarding system, in
houses as well as restaurants, has
doubtless had something to do with
bringing about a change, as in a pro
miscuons company it would provoke
risibility to ask a blessing on the viands
laid on the table, more especially in a
saloon. Brooklyn Eagle.
Hall' Catarrh Cure la taken Internally
It acts directly upon the blood and the ma
com surfaces of the system. Prise, 75c.
For sale by Pennj & McAliater, Stanford.
If Catarrh has destroyed your eenee of
smell and hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will
cure jou, 75 cents per bottle. Druggists
Is offered for any case of Catarrh that can't
be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure. Taken
internally. Price, 75 cents.
H M CEUBBATED lX
Hemcmuer niai aiuiuint. ..-. -.
the life-principle, or whatever you umr
ihooai to c.ll the real.ti.nt power wbkh
battles aguinat tbe.ciuuc of Ulaeaae ami
death, Is Uw Krand safeguard of heaitli.
It lathe gurrUon of the human fortreaa,
ind when it waxes weak, lb true , ticy
la to. throw la.. lalaforctiutnU. .la otter
words, when such a; emergency m"".
conunenee a court or lloeutur' Hitter.
KorTalSby rDruggi.ts and Dealer., towbou.
apply for ilo.tetur'a Almanac for 18S3.
. .... -. I-- wft-l m-
Kentucky's ltouto East
Washington, Philadelphia N.Y.
Th only line running
PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CABS
A SOLID TRAIN
LeulMTllIc, Cincinnati Hat Lex'
WASHINGTON . CITY,
Connecting Iu earns depot with tut trains lor
The Direct Boute to Lynchburg, San
All Virginia and North Carolina
for lUVtla and lurthcr loforuiallon, apply to
your nae luaciouice.vt "
Oenl. bouthweaUra Ageut.
140 W. Mala Hk, LouLlllU, Ky
. W. NM ITM. II. W. riJl.a.KK,
Ubl Haoagar. . Ju'l I'aaa'r Ag1!.
OO BAHT t
& MISSISSIPPI I W.
0 DAILY TRAINS 3
Louisville to Cincinnati!
THE EAST AMD NORTH.
Frtt rirlor Can n.l Ntw Vitj Ctechrt Without
4 DAILY TRAINS 1
liOiiiHvlllc to tit, IjoiiIn
AND THE WEST.
Slttr-lnft Can snil Dr OnwhM loSI. Lotiti With
8 DAILY TRAINS 2
Louisville to Indianapolis, Chicago,
aSD the mouth
Dy Cotchrt and RmIIdIbk Chair Can Tbrouih
For "fVmttilngtan, Hntllninrc. l'hllfMlel
ptilio, new lark nml Motion,
Thli It th Very test Iloute, i You Hate Mo
miDga oi irain.
Hate Throaih Dr Coitktioa AIITrilaal
Have No Midnight Changes I
Artlta at 61. Louli t Hoara U Adfaate of
Other LUta, llmibj Mulling more lime lor
making chan of carl and (tiling Aral choir
at acata In can of connecting llnea.
To Indlanapolla and Chicago, and tho only
llneiltlngliaf.atroni ll-mll lIJa along
tb ihorea ol Lako Michigan.
Kor Ticket. Ratee, Time, Maw. Ae., ffplr o
Ticket Agent or Connecting I.lnes, or
K. N. BROWN, Southern ranerger Agt..
S. K. Cor. tth and Main Sit, Loulitllle, kf.
Or, to J. D. HILMIenl. emigrant Agt.,
KENTUCKY CENTHAL R. .
-THE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE TO-
And decidedly tho Topular Route, affording,
doe. Iea change and auperlor aceommodatli
Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas,
The Morth, Northern and Weet. In fact, If joa
coot inplato a trip In any direction, your Inlereat
win 0 i laerrea or purcnauug yuur .; -.-K.C
and Cincinnati. ITraloiMcU way 1; full
man Palace Can; Elegant New Day Coarhe. and
handMmely furDlthod Reclining Chair Can torm
th unequalrd equlcmcnti of Ihll Old lUllable,
thereby miking a trip orer thla lino on ol luiu
rloua comfort and pltaaar. Try It.
TIME TABLE, IN EFFECT OCT. 13, JJJI.
9 to a m
1 10 p m
10 17 pm
10 p o
10 M a m
11 30 am
f 33 pm
T to p m
a 00 p in
11 13 p
II 10 pm
I 23 p m
I Ot p m
II 10 am
J 21 p
No. a. I No.l
" l'arl... .
e SO a m
7 13 a m
3 to a m
6 10 a m
7 to a m
II 11 pm
l lo p m
1 00 p m
7 43 a m
4 la am
4 10 p m
t 12 a m
10 1 a m
11 83 a m
3 43 p ml
No. 9 Lr. Lexington 3 pm. Arr. Maya till S 10pm
No, 10 ' Mar Hill SOU am. Lexington Uam
No.ll " I-ariaSSOam. " Mij.rill VSam
Mn I. ! U- I11 t Mmm T.ln.lAHUhm
No. 0 run dally, and hae day coachta from On
rlnnall lo Waihlmton. Tullman Kleenera to Kana
wha Falla, W.Va. and Reclining Chair Car to Lex
ington, stop only at atatlona on K. u. u. it.
where time la alien. No. 1 rum dally, except
Sunday, haa through coachcato llun'lngtoa. No.
4 run dally, etrept Sunday; haalhrongh coachea
to Jit. bterllog and parlor car toUayartll. No. 3
rum dally; baa elegant day coach from tVatblng-
. I.kIIm.i, Uluh- tmwit V-h.l- X.ll .tul
parlor car from Lexlng-on to ClnclnnatL Only
ttire atop. No. 1 ad t run dally, except Bun
day, and ham through coachea from Huntlogton
and Mt. Sterling. Mrect connection at Islington
and veruiue, a.y.
(1. W. UKMDEIt. a L. IlllOWN.
buperlntendcnt. Oen'I Part. A Tat. Agt.
Ueneral omces, urtngtoo, n.y,
Cincinnati, New Orleans
& Tezas Facinc
In effect Not. 2, 1M1.
CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION.
" Ueorje town ....
" Harrodiburg Juoct'n
11 IlanrilU JuncllD.
" Humenel m .
11 l'olnt Burnalde.,
' Itockwood .UHM.
Hpriog City .....
' llojce. .....
- Itockwood ..-..
" l'olnt UurwIJa...
Souuraet... . . .
" Danrllle Junction. .
" Harrodiburg Juoct'n
ALABAMA ORE T fiOUTIlEKN. I A.M.
Attaila ... ....
" Tuacalooaa .....m...
Arr. Meridian .....
Lre. Meridian ..
VICK8DURO AND MERIDIAN.
' jacaaon .,
VICK8BURO, HUItEVEP RT AND PACIFIC.
Nol7 No 3. No 3
Exp. Eap Dally
I'iy Pat-I Ex.
tx.rJ Iy. Ig'nd'y
I'.if KM I t. M
S 73 I 40 4 13
9 03 II ttl 6
9 33 1130 710
1182 7 36
NolS II 10 7 37
Acoj II M 8 13
D'l y 11 37 3 13
Ex.6 U 4 8 33
A.U 133 ....
7 10 6 03 ...
7 43 (31 ..........
V 33 120 ...
9"43 130 .......
Lre, Vlcktburg ..........Z ..... II0
- Dlu...,...... .. ..., 12 80
An. Monro -m .... - 8 30
Lr. MoaroMwM...-, .... . ., 7 80
Delt . 12 30
Arr.Vlckiburge 2 0
JOHN SCOTT, V, P. and Oen. Man. Ctn Sou.
K'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. P. WILHUN, 1, K. and
P.X Clo. Sou. Il'r. Cincinnati, Ot II. COLL
BltAN, O. V. A. A. 0. H. R'y, Ckaltanooa,Tenn.t
J. UARDV, Q P. A. V. 'm. R'y. Vlekjhgrg,
MIta.1 JOEF. ,IcO.UIRK,U.P. A. V., S. A f.
U'y, Monro, U.
Lincoln County Farm For Sale!
fflftVrfnraal trlvattlr tnr firm nf 173acr
on lilt Hirer, ( mile Fmlot Hlanfonl. within
ahalfmll of Iho new turnpike now btlngeon
atrnrtnt Irom Stanford lo rmehrmlll. Anea-
.. "" ".-"."- -
frdto rr-chemlll. An ex-
from the dwelling lolheplk.
Ick and frame, with 10 room.
cedent dirt-road fro
liulMInn are brick
Well watered with fin aprlng. Mm ol them mnl-
leal water. lmrrTement Arat-c laa. Including
th fencing. Tcrroe liberal. AddreM er call on
t-4ni Stanford, Lincoln county Ky.
TO EVERY SUBSCRIBER I
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NEW YORK OBSERVER
Theoldeitand bett of Hie religion! wrekllea. For
ility yean, thla undenominational, unaeclarlan
and erange Ileal newspaper ha been circulating In
th United Stale and In elracxt eterr lor gn
country, llaautxicflbera ar counted by ten of
inouunji. ucn year lie propneion naf aoneni
to Itaealue. eneeatne frcali tdlloraan.l rarrremml-
entaat hunieanl abroad, cnlarglrg and multiply-
lag ita urparimenii anu vnuraroring 10 rvaiini
their high Meal ol the Ileal llellglou and Secular
Famllr rfewenanar. Thav offer thla rear to er-
ery inWilkr, new and old. whowulcrlplJen la
Kid lor I8J, the ntw looa 01 liar. B. irrnwua
Inie. D. !., entltlcl "Frayer and lla Aniwer."
a haotleoraa roluma of nearlr 300 twice, hound In
cloth, the retail prlc of which la II. Specimen
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Nowspapor In tho South.
The Semi-Weekly Post!
Ererylodyahouldtakelt. It aire th hint
newadayaloadfanieof th old-nahloncd week
He, and for leta money It la ilcruncrntlr, but
allhaanitlmliileirnilenl In polltlca, II
contain the beat newt mmraary the Wet reading
matter- Ibe beat editorial, and th I I market re
porta all lor only I IU -er year.
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- LouliTllle, Ky.
COUNTKY GKNTI.K3IAN 1
Tin saT or tiiic
The Country tlentleman la the leading journal
of American agriculture. In amoant d practi
cal talu of con tenia, In extent and ability of cor
reapoadence. In quality of pa per andat;lr pub
I MtlAfi. II nreuJIea fl t'llLT rink. It ll L-
llared to bar no auperlor In either ol the three
chief dlrlelona of
t'ttrm Ci-oji nml l'rorenmm, Itortt-
rulture nml Frult-Oroirtna, Mr
While It alau Includes all minor department ol
rural Inlereat. aueh ai I tie lDUltrT Yard, tjltomol-
ogy, llee-Keeplpg. (IrranhoUM and Wripery. et
erlnary Repllea, Farm Uumtlona and Auwrra,
Klrr.Ua Reading, lK.iue.lle Loonomy, aoJ a auu
mary of th Newa of th-IVeex Ita Mirket He
portt are unuaually cowplete, and much attention
fpall to Ibe Protpecti of Copa. ae throwing light
upon the moat Impoi tint of all qneatlona-When
UUuy and when to Sell. It la llWrally Mutin
ied and U lnt.oJe.1 to aupply In a continually In
creating degree, ami In th beat aenteof the term,
A Livo Agricultural Nowspapor.
The Volume ot the Country llentlenun for lM
wia greatly KNI.AilOKD by Increailng Ita aln
from 18 to lil pagea weekly, but the term atlll con
tinue at follow!, when paid atllctly In adraec
Un copy on year, ti6v; four coplea, flO, and ai
additional copy for th year frrw to the aenderof
ihecluu; ten coplea, I , and an a.ldltlonal copy
for th jear frr to the render of Iho club.
A1I new auhacrlbere for ltH3 aylng In ad
ranc now will recelr the paper weekly Irom re
ceipt of admlttameti January I, ll3. without
charg specimen roplee free. aa AdJree
LllTIIKH TfC'Ht.K A ft OX.
93- PublUhMB, Albany, N. V.
N33AV VOltlC. 1HHU,
More people hare read THE fll'N during the
nr.1 prlole.1. No other new, piper publlihed on
rear lull now Daeainz man erer uerore eino
thla aide of the earth baa tier t boughtand
ir lie ad
We ererre.iU.lr Informed thit people bur. learT
and llkaThe Juu lor lb following reamne. aiuouj
Pecauxlta naw column prraeut In atlraellr.
form and with IbegrrateatpoeilM accuracy what
erer ha. Inlereat far humankind; the eventa, lb
deeda and roladeeila, the wladoiu, th phlloaophr
the notable follr, the ailld aenae, th Impnrlnt
nonaenaw all Ibe naw of the builrat world
preacnt rerolrlngla ipace.
Recauae people haralrarueil that In Ita remark
concerning raua and arlalra The Sun luakea
practice ol telling them the exact truth to lb be,
of Ita ability three hundred and ilxty-firo data ii
th year, befor election M wall aa aher, abou
th whale aa well at about the email nib, In th
fac of diuent aa plainly and fearleatly aa wbe
tupported by general approral. The bun bat ab
aolutely no purKj toaerre, uie the Informalto
of lla readera and thefurlbcraaceof theoomm i
ilecaua It It ererybody'a newtpipar. o ma'
laaohumbe that 1 he bun la lodldertnl to lr
welfare and hit rlghtt. No man ll a rich that a
can allow Injuttlc to be don him. No man, n
aiioclallon ol men, la powerful enough to I ex
euipl from the atricl application of Ita principle
of right and wrong,
Uecauaa In politic It haa fought Air a doz
years without Intermbtlon aaj aoiuellmea almo
alon among newepaiier Ibe fight that bat r
aulted la tb rwenl uecrwbtliulngly popular ri
diet igalntt RobeaonUut and for lioucel govern
went. No matter wbalarly Is In wer, Tb
Sua ttandt and will continue to atand Ilk a roc
lor the lnb-reat of the people (galntt lha ambl lo
of boaaat, th cncroftcbucutt of monop litis an
the dlihourit Kbemeaef public router..
All Ibla It whit w ar tuld almoat dally by ou
Irlendt. On man holla that TlieHuu It the be.
rellglout new.paper arer publlibcd, berauee II
Chrlttlanlly It undiluted with caut. Anolhe
boldtthalll It lb Wat republican newtiape
printed, be auaall baaalrea.lr whipped half of tha
raacalaoutof that piity and la proceeding agtlna
lb other half with undlmlnlthed rigor. A thin
belleretlt lobe the Utl wagatlue of general liter
alurelueilttence, liecauaalta readera Mix liolh
tag worth t of not that la current In the wurld oi
thought. Hoererr frleod of Th Nun d tcorci
onaof lit tu.ny tldet that appeala with particular
force to hit Indlrldiul liking.
If you already know 1 he Huo you will ob erre
that In In 1833 It It a little belter than area before
If roudo not already know Theriuo, you will Aud
It to b a mirror of all buman actlr Ity, a ttore
hour o the cbolceat product, of common aeute
and lmaxlnatloo. a lualnttar lor th cauae of hon
eatgorernmenUaaentlnel for genulue Jerferron
democracy, a acourge fur wlcsrdueat ol erery
tpeclea and an uncommonly good Inrealment tor
lla coming year.
TKItJIH TO .11 Ml, HVHSVUIllKHHt
The tereral edltlont of The Sun are lent by
mall, poetpatd, aa followa:-
DAILY-Uieulaa uonlh, f(0 a year; with
Sunday edition, 17.70.
SUNDAY-blght pjget, II 0a year.
WEEKI.Y-II a yrar. Eight geaof the Wit
matter f th dally laaiieaj an Agrlcnltural De
narliuentof unenuallad merit, market rriwrla and
literary, acleutltie and douieitlc lutelllgeuc make
The Weekly Hun tha newtpaprr lor tin fanuar'a
houtehold. Toclubtof ten with 110, an extra
copy free. Addreaa I. W KMJI.AMr,
W- PublUber The Suu, N. Y Uty
Svv iTl. riOHBS Write:
After a thorouirh trial of tho .
IRON TONIO. I take vieuro
in stattnir mat i navo wuu
rreatlv boneuteu oy ""
ue. Mlnlatora and Pub
lic Speakers will 11ml It
of the GTeateat value.
whora a Tonio la neoes
aary. I rocommend It
aa a rellabW remedial
ng-ent, poasesslucr un
doabtecf nutritive and
toolrate, Ay M. i, 1MJ.
nxua it :u dr. icarter
MKTIItlDinr, OUUIII-IIKT. II. l. oiorrimn,
I'a.tor. Sertlce erery HunJay morning and
ntgnt except th 'hlrxl Prayer Meeting enry
Thnralay night. Sunday Hchonl at t.OO a. .
iter. II, , .mrriron, ouirinveniirui,
mfn., Mlaalonery Blety meet her on
H,n,,,T , h 'month, st o'clock. Mr
I i.J,. iif,ident.
Iter. II, t. ..mrrivon, ouvriiiveniieui. mi n."
on in in
I. T. T.
13 en Second and r'oatlh Mundaya, morning and
night, Prayet Meeting erery Welnedy after
noon, Sunday School at 9.30 A, at. R. K. Barrow
CHRISTIAN. worahlp by th congregation r
ery Lord'aday. Prrarhlnghy Dr. J. W. Cot
on Flm and Third Lord's data, Sunday School
at 9 13, Joe, Hererance, Superintendent.
T)RFJnvfERIAN, POlTIl" -lte. I. ". McKI
1 roy, peMor. Sunday Sehod at .t0. John W.
Kent, Sujvrtntendenl. Union Prayer Meeting on
Hn m. iiuiiDiriT,
ATTOII N EY AT LAW,
Mt. Vornon, Ky.
Will pracllc hla profee.lon In Rockcaill and
adjoining rountlee and In th Court of Appeala,
Ppecial attention glreu to collectlona,
STASIOIID. KY -
W. T. WALTON, - Propriotor.
6liofSlage, 2xM. r.lght rohiotelerrts ol Scen
ery Pealing capacity, meiuairx ganery, ivu.
lleaaonabl rale to good attraction.. Addreaa
STANFORD MARBLE WORKS,
DEPOT ST.HTANIORI), KV
ot all klnda
ted and Mill
algna and rail
ed oo applica
1HC DUCtSCS OP
YOUTH nnrl MANHOOD
. ACUIDCTOHraiTM WITH
ItV Alllkrll MN',JSear-a
il ncii r i 'ii . i .
lrltt Willi llrxa a. Irtil rel
'rin n I i I
an.1 rieclrte Hell ll
ii (Jin., a..
! oeripllon i-ee
bar ' It or 3
I'll . Addreta
THE PUBLISHER, Do. 214, Milwaukee,
A feewrti rreertpUori of on of It
Boat noted and tore nil .peciall.it In la U.H.
inow retired! roe th cure of JTerw w OetyeKu
fc. JganAwexl, It emeae jt !. rul
kiptaln sealed ermloperwe). DrugguueaalUlii.
Addrait DR. WARO A CO.. Lswlttaaa, Ms,
IS HERE EXFRESSEDl
0 Jt fMt CltWUt 1IIU TNI HIT
kattU. JiilMTtll. HUlL
llAHlltl U V CnT -... 1 - lb I'MtUlsMM
dtrt4H.fto4 u r . i(f rurlMi. In abovl ie
rsiiriattil-r4 mn-r-.J iilu tbot I Um
to J-fi vtU -e4 I en ntlr lewxl toMskUtbhos with
rOrtMMStt UPl r-rl,t ! ,)( I tbl Ua ' i tt. 11
I kT i-i I mt t trJ twi tkAt attiar ol
i h -itiT - m it ' r wti thl y tttini rtllj foe
MtttU tt-f-Al !) fjtwlleflb .
l,-ofutlf .-MTV - -
P H Vui sMristKhmypr-eMlfiti. l4fc
Iu4 ju mAf Mffteft a-"4-Bk.1 I -1U t ? Ibvn,
To every yqumr. iuiuu. hie ar old man
troubled with ntrvaut cr rhyIcal debili
ty or imro.vnce voeleKt clrottUr U vent
L 3- Hrnl full Rddn-ee on poetftl card ta
HARRIS KXMCDY CO. fit. Loull, Mo
W wni rottrsvUr Vmi biur rtmtdr
tvtVkt KQd twcoavtni J of Ui-.
I compoaod of Uctbal and MucilHItnoua prul
acti,whicniermcal the aitttnc nftli
Luiiiii, xiieclortea 111 aicilit mailer
that cuiieeta i the Uroo Mat Jula,nudlormat
oolltlitK coallnK, whnlt relle th Ir
ritation t ..-! ciiimj th rough II clcaue
tUiilienciifeebleit by ilI.ea.e.iuruTor.
att tli rirtu, ,'ion of th LKod, and liar., tha
nerroataytr m. hllRlit colli oltrn nl In
roiiliimplloii. Ilia tUiiRcrnna to neglect
hem. Aiplr tli renioily irom.lly. A
teatoltw iry 'itw.run'a tho a.Htiion that
noremeilr leer l.een foniulllial laa
iruiit t..4Tff.., TUTT'S IXPECTORAKT.
AahiKlffiluae rnlara lh l,ililrRtii,.uWura
lnflimmatlon,andlta ut e,T cure the nuxt
obttlntte enngh A ilea.nt cnrdll,cbll
il re ii lake It readily. For rranp It 1
lliralualile in t ahoiid l In erery family.
In arte, a ll. I ftl Molllea.
ACT DIRECTLY ON THfe LIVE!
lure Chill an. I Fatter, Ilyiuepala,
Hlcb lleaitac lie, lllllnll' Colic,! on. tlpa
the Heart, IHaxliicaa.Turpia l.lver, atU
Female Irregularities. If you do not "feel
rery v.ll,-a.inaW.pllUt beJ-Um atlmuUtcalha
r.t.'ia I'rlee.arte. :l Murray Ht .N.Y.
Ki-WmTC fOR TUTT'S MANUAL FRtE.-
13 ItKCOMMElfDED BY Pinf8ICIAH&
ltnrrh of tha Nasal Cunltr-Chronla nnd
dlcomtlrol Catarrh of tho Cur. Cyo or
Throat. It I. taken IMTEHN ALLY, and
note UlftrOTLY upon tha Blood nnd
Mucous Uurfnoea of the) 8ystem. It
14 tho haat Ulood Purifier In tho
VOSLD, nnd I worth ALL that la
charged for It, for THAT alono.
Tim , ,
m 1HIERHAL CURE FOR CATARRH
nr-iN Tin: MAiur.irr.u
nt w offer Ono Hundred Dollnra tor any
Gnso of Cntnrrli It will not Oiirn.
WILL Cl'ltlS ANY CAHI
OIUco of A. T BTtrwinT ft Cal
Clitoiou, ltl . Jure 4, (UUL. (
i;in. F. J. 'KmtUtt IU, Tolcrfo, ().
U4RlUmtn, 1 take ideaauru In Itifunnlnif.jrou
list I bate uactl Hall Cntarrti Cure. It lias
i.n.l nv Iras rery bid ond don't Imitate to
y hat It whl cure any raso of Catarrh if taken
properly. Yours truly,
r J, ll WcaTTiraroao.
AVOHTII 910 A 1IOTTLU.
E. MrnrtiT, Jackacn, Ulch., write liar a had
"auurlt for a) year. Ilalln Catarrh Cure cured
t fr-Holl by all DruiTKlat at 56 ctt per botttra.
inufa.tur.xl nod anl.lr K J CI1ENUY & CO.
j Vri" lator, TOIXUO, OHIO.
For aal In Hlauford by I'euoy A WcAIUlcr.
A rombliuillon of JSv-
foxiif ofJruHt iVrurlaia
iuxrk utui A'AwjAorta)
it fifu(ub oren. for
litbillly. Uut of Jw.
flic, J'roafrallon of ilal
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fa. moat exoellent remedy fat
tho debilitated vital forces.
medicine oo,, id v, um ex., ct. icju.