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Stanford, Ky., January 17. 1888
W. P. WALTON.
Because Air Hnldennin employed n
expert to look efur the new type pettitiy
ma chinea in the Courier Journal owce, who
Hurrah for Mr. Coenault, tit MatlNon!
He has'ofiered an act providing for the
punishment by lash of 'persons other than
females who shall be found guilty of the
larceny of goods or chattels of value
$25. From 10 to 40 stripe on the
bareback is the ponisnment prescribed.
It is hoping almost against hops that sucn
law will piH. Tnerd are too mtny little
short hone politicians afraid of their shad
owe to ever be induced to give to Kentucky
the much needed statute. Besides eome of
them sre afraid that in the course of time
they may be guilty of the act that may put
their own backs in joprdr.
The committee decided. HaiurJay, 12 to
3 cot voting tbat the contest by Thobe for
Carlisle's seat shoull not be reopened and
confirmed the Speaker' legal and moral
right to it. Syplier's coonection with the
case as Thoba's attorney was shown up in
a very compromising manner. In fact the
bueineaa from beginn'ng to end has been
anything but complimentary to Thobe and
tho set that has backed him. The whole
thing eeems to have been the invention of
some sore head democrats, who have been
hostile to Mr. CirlUleand took this underhand
way to worry him.
Just before the close ol tie war, the
Kentucky regimint was eworn into err rice,
and eventually received two months' pay.
Tee war cloved and tbey were never mustered
out of the seryice, and now ths pre
poitterous eflirt is hem made to secure pay
from that time to the present, which
amounts to oyer $3,500 to each man. Tie
claim would seem the superlativeoess tf
idiocy, but there is no tel in; vrut Congress
will do in the premise
The Ml. Sterling Sentinel man, whom we
gentlv twitted for the vanity displayed in
print n : a p'c uro of hiuietf, says tbat the
8 litor of this pat cr would do likewise if he
weren't the uglieet man in the Stole
Thanks We are not very proud of our
mug, that's a fact, but there is one thing
tbat we are proud of and that is that wo
haven't the sublimity of call that eome
people have. Nj reference to allusions,
There is Homecoad in old Rddleberger
after all. He had the unnliatw the other
day to get up in hi eit and my that h
intended to vote for Limar's confirmation,
which is now aosured, since Senator Stewart
aal other republicans will vole
With the democrat on the iiiiMiion.
Kentucky gets left Huiii and the silver
tongued Jim McKecz'.e will not i"j to
Mexico. The President sent to tho Seoate
the nomintttou of ENtrd H B;ag?, of
Wsconsin 'o be Envoy Kttrair llmrv and
Minister Plenipotentiary of the Uiiled
SUtei to that country.
Tub Prohlbitlnniiits of Btth cittnly want
a law paoaed by the leginlature which hll
prohibit eyen the givimr or selling to an
other apirituiu', vinoun or malt liquor.
Thla ia the way to work it. The wholu hog
or none ia usually thn bat solution.
ODRgood brother, II L. dummen of
the Eiizbetbtown Kern, has been elected
a bank director, and we fear he will aoon
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What's the mailer with Joe Rlackbun ?
Is be going hick eatirely on Kentucky and
her prerogative-) that be has introduced a
bill to prohibit p.iol selling and gxinbling
on horse races in the city of Waahincloti?
Thoue is not Thobe a Congressman
time, nor a'mither tim, hope.
AC1S OF 7 HE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.
The Hou'e declined to adopt a resolution
providing for the trrelion of a motiu
ment over the remain' of Joel Hnrt.
Senator Harris offered an set to su
thoriz) Mdisn county to subscribe stock
lo the Louisville Southern Riilroad Com
Ths Senate has agreed ti the House
bill giving grand juror ?2 per day and it
only needs thj Governor's autograph lo
make it a law,
Thrseuate passed the House bill pro
viding for a second vote by tbe people on
the question of cslling a Convention to revise
tbe Constitution of Kentucky, but a
motion to reconsider will delay it
The lloii'e has ptssed h bill granting
to the deicoo of a Methodist Church in
on) of the counties of E intern Kentuckr
the right tn elect uher nn the seond
dtr of January of each year, upon whom
whall be conferred the power to preservn
order and mike arrests as peace-officers.
The Committee on Circuit Courts reported
favorablr a bill to establish a court
of Common P)ese in the ccunties of Lau
tel, Whitley, Knox, Bsll, Harlan, Perr
and Leslie, but it was referred bick It
looks like we have plenty of courts now
The judgee could do much more tban they
a present accomplish.
Mr. Taylor, of I)ivies, cflered a hill
providing that tbe fact of a puor'rf having
riad a newspaper account of case in action
shall not be grounds for a claWeniif,
provide 1 said juror make a statement under
oatb that be cn give the accused add
Commonwealth a fair and impartial trial.
It is to he hoped that it will pai
The special cnmcniltee having c1 aa'e
of the Sparks vs. Jones contested election
ciee from Jesstmioo coi.n'y, sent up a
report favorirg the seating of
on the ground that the investigation showed
that he had received the largest mejority
of leital voles cast. A minority report
sitned by Rilev, of Todd, slalen that Jones
was not (airly elected md that the seat
LAND, STOCK AND CRuP.
Farmers In the nortnern part of Kan-
Baa report greit Ion of stio'r tbat waj frozen
to dettli in their sta'N.
A Florida paper tlli of a lemon j'H
picked which uninsured 151 inches and
wilmd two totinds and two ouccei
-J. E. Kern enld 4.'l broke mule to
Dan Iliwduu ut $13 per teid anil baa gone
to rlt Louis to purclmHO about 50 more.
The highet pric I yctrlin tharouih
bred coid at hiioliou in 18S7 w hy n
Brufclc, and out nf tho dam of
who t;ts the cract hope
ihtlind two ymr k IVilnoiit '
Sullivan As Higtibttiii add lo I5ver
ft Co. 51 hstd ut wulrt at $11125 pr
hid. AbioyACi houijht tbia week 17
hed of uiulm tri'it Ro'iirl K Icridjn i
SODabevlanl S.U IT irt at
$118 fE ztbtoion Naws.
At Lxtnztoo O'orgo D iwmrig ol I
lo M Gainer. Niar Yira, the by fiily,
Clay StocKion, thra yetrs old. by
dam Lida G ilnai, for $2 500 John
T.CUy, to nme party, ths cbejinut colt,
Kmtuckr Bin, thras yeirn old, by Mini;
Bin. dm Ailoola, $3 500
VV. R. Dillion sold the Siundera prop,
ner Crab Orchard, Saturday, to Mr.
Richer!, a German, for $6,000. There are
abjui 125 acre. OJa Newland bought the
property a few yeM ai;o for $2 200 nl
fry rural rooatew will lecelre no further W It after jer to Mr. Dilllo
i Ann u. s ... . i
a for $.1
400, who in turn geta a heavy advance.
Bcours In calves may bo correvted by tho
Introduction of llmo water or raw egg into
Ohekn cons onsilitKO, In tho ploco of
to two-thirds tho usual hay ration,
will produce as much utul ns good millc us
corn fodder from field com,
after tho ours nro removed, compares woll
in feeding valuo with uvorago Kngllah hay.
Tim quality of Is, tho amount
of milk solids and fat that it contains Is
controlled moro by tho constitutional characteristics
of tho cow than by tho feed.
In feeding cut fodder to stock an average
gain of por cent, is noted over
tbo fcedlngof tho wtmo uncut. This gain
Is perceived iu tho yield of milk and butter.
An excellent application for tho preservation
of boots and harness Is a mixture of
ono part castor oil, ono p.irt lard, n llttlo
beeswax, and lamp black HUftlcient to muko
It h.is been demonstrated that it pays to
warm the water for bogs. Cold water hastens
tho consumption of food particles, and
necessitates thereby a greater food supply.
Tho rule applies as woll to cows.
Recent tests Imvo proven that greater
bcncllts nro derived from feeding beef cattle
ground corn than from whole grain. A
small excess of hay Is required with this feed.
yet tho gain is suQIcicitt to moro than cover
Tin: practlco of dehorning cattlo Is becoming
more common us time advances.
An instance Is given of tho romovnl of tho
horns of seven hundred head by ono man
nlone. Ho operated on ono hundred iu
four hours, or two and n half minutes per
DDox't deny tho boys and girls an occa
sional noihiay. Don't bo so mean us to
thresh or husk corn on Thanksgiving or
Christmas. Let tho boys and girls have a
good frolic awjy from homo once in a while.
It will give them cheerful countenances,
which aro better than Thou,
when you are too old to fa'.m yourself, it U
probable tbat your boys will not ullbo In tho
CAiim.r.ssMs iu skimming cream will
produce white specks in the butter. Great
cure should be taken to skim the cream off
tho milk entirely free from tho leust bit of
milk, for milk will sour with tho cream and
if kept two or three days will become thick.
Whou churned, the curd separates from tho
whey in flno granules, and iwlheres or mixes
with tho butter, and It is impossible to get
rid of them.
Tiiuoruii the investigations of entomologists
we leai ii that tho hop louse lays its
oggs at the close of summer in plum trees.
whoro tho insect hatches, in tbo spring, and
resides until at the third generation. Tho
third brood is winged, and immediately utter
development ubandon.s the plum tree and
attacks the hop vine In the autumn it
leaves the vine and returns to the plum
tree, whero it dooits its eggs for tho winter,
und the cycle of life goes on.
A Ni:w industry has been oiK'iied up iu tho
manufacture of sugar from sorghum, which
Is thought to be an ussured success. Many
branches of farming that are now overcrowded
can go Into tbo sorghum sugar
business, thus relieving over-production in
other lines at a pi oflt to the whole country.
This will retain in tho country the ono hundred
millions of dollars that are now mutually
sent abroad to purchase our sugar supply,
a sum that will lie doubled in
years at tho present rate of development.
Ituit.UT meal as a feed for hogs is uot ap
preciates at us mil value. Ilecent
show thut rl jwund of uncooked
barley meal were required to product) 100
pounils or pork, live weight, while of corn
meal 4K pounds were required, of corn meal
and shorts half-and-half r74 imiuiuIs, und of
wholo corn and shorts half-and-half 4t
pounds wero required. This is not a very
striking showing in favor of barley meal,
but it demonstrates most conclusively that
pork can bo prolltably produced on barley in
northorn regions v. hero corn can not bo
grown at a prollt.
IIioiu.v polhhed brass may bo kept absolutely
bright and freo from tarnish by thinly
coating the articles with a varnish of
bleached shellac and alcohol.
Somk of our Western towns aro offering
to supply manufacturers who will locate
there, the freo uso of gas for fuel both in
thoir factories and homes. Thus the settlor
may obtain light, bout mid power hi unlimited
quantities for uothlng.
A vmn thin coating of glycerine applied
to glass will prevent frost forming on It in
tho coldest weather. This is specially interesting
to ongineorn, who nro much annoyed
iu frosty or foggy weather by tho
forming of a illm on their instruments.
A wiii.ii can hardly bo made, says a mechanic,
by mixing iron scalos with borax and
using tho mixture as u llux. Mix iron
with tho borax and tho thing is
lled ut once. The scales aro oxido of Iron.aud
if not removed
from tho iron at woldintr
BVmld b declare I vacant and th nueuii n ht"t' tno lro" m11 "ol wold'
... . - I Till Vinut tifti itii f.H lw. ...A..n..a.
remanded bicSc lo the neonle. Moatnpnnn ."l """i'- "'"" '". "- iiueiuiiiu
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who rad the evidence will agree with lie
of rust on iron is boiled linseed oil, as it
win not interfere with painting. Tho object
is to keep tho air cr oxygen lroui coming
iu contact with tho iron. The Iron
tho heat of tho air and loaves tho
moisture of the same on the iron, which
produces tho rust.
Ton annealing small pieces of steel, tako
a piece of gas pipo two or threo Inuhes in
diameter und put tho pieces iu It, first heating
uno eud of tho pipe uud drawing it
leaving the other end oiwn to look
into. When the pieces uie of a cherry red,
cover the lii e with nawdust ; uso a charcoal
lire, and leave the steel iu over night.
Aaooiicau for slielluemay be made by
taking two cans of tho same height, but
with one a half-inch higher in dlumetor
than tho other. IIuvo the smaller can
soldored fast iu tho center of tho larger
con, louvmg u quarter of an Inch spaco all
around. Tho cuvor should project down into
this spuco ubout two inches If thlH
annular quarter-Inch space ho Idled with
water it w.ll prevent absolutely uuy evaporation
from tho shollao whou tbo can is
A ft that Is bout may bo straightened
by fixing threo or ilvo joints of atone or
iron, so thut Uro will not nlTcet thorn, and so
thut I ho upper surfaeo will bo In uMiot line.
Then lay the shaft upon them mjd fix It
firmly, to Hint tho bend will bo up u,iJd
a lire along tho shaft and boat it evenly tho
wholo length, when a comparatively light
prossure will bring It down until it touches
tho points previously levelled or fixed in
lino. Then ullow It to cool, and it will bo
found to bo straight.
In some parts of Germany and Austrin
natural pumice stono has been superseded
by un urtificlnl stone, to which a sultublo
shapo can bo given mid different degrees
of fineness of grain obtained, which
allows tho stono to bu used in ull tho Industries
whero natural pumice slouo was
formerly employed. Tho ingredients uro
White suud, foldspar and, fire-cloy, mixed in
auitablo proportions to obtain the desired
componltion, und tho paste is poured into
plaster molds, belrg finally placed In fireclay
receptacles and baked in ovens.
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was not a union nun, the compositors,
about 100 in number, laid down their cliche
and walked out about 10 o'clock Thursday
night. They hoped br this action to pre
Tent the paper appearing ag usual, bat
there's where they made a mistake. The
action bad been foreseen and tbo object
forestalled by Mr. Htldemin, who had a
aufficient uumber of non union printers to
do all the work Decenary.
Union is the moot tyranlcal body of
working men in the world and in offices in
which they are employed the proprietor is
the smallest man among them. They fix
their own wage, say what kind of type
hull be and flipulate that the foreman
ehnll be one of their number, Mr.
Ualdemtn has treated his men with great
consideration, and no fair minded man will
blame him for averting himself and inter
posing a (mail say in the running of his
business. H gaye the men notice that he
would take them back, if application wv
made by 10 o'clock Saturday, but is firm in
his resolve that the Uulon shall no longer
dictate to him. The printers will endeavor
to hoycottt that paper, but it will be like
a flash in the pan. The public is loo
much wtdded to the creat newopaper .to
take any stock in such a fielit.
AbHAMED doubtleen uf hccepuiii! the little
bribes in the shape of free railroad passes,
r legiftlator has had the cheek to ofl'er a
bill giving members of the legislature the
right to travel free over all railroads in the
Stale. The passage of sucb a bill would
be a dUgrace to the bsdy. It could with
tqual justice enact that the members' listen
and their coumins and ttieir aunts
should travel freo and that nil of their
freight should be hauled without n consideration.
If thero ie any earthly reason that
a legislator should ride free when the Slate
pays bio. 15 cents a mile for his travel, it
is not apparent to the average voter, who
would take n apeci I delight in voting for
some ether man than tbose thoe who approve
off uch legalized theft.
There is published in the Courier Jour
nal this morning a plain statement of fact
written by Mr. John Blab, ii relation to
the right of Mr. Q. M. Davison to a seat in
the House as Representative from Lincoln
county. The question involved is a purely
legal one and is so treated by Mr. Blatn.
The five gentletmn who filed the protest
against Mr. DivionV retaining the seat-Col.
W. G. Welch, Judge J W. Alcoro,
Capt. Tom Richards, A. R. Penny and W.
P. Walton are among the very foremost
citizens of Lincoln county, and Mr. Ulain's
statement shows how unjust has been the
effort to impute improper motive to them.
It would bo well for the House and for
Kentucky, if one hundred such men m
lhee five sat in t'raukfort nn the
of the people to guard their inter-
Mta and give them jtit ami proper law. -From
yesterday' Courier Journal,
The Courier- Journal showed no signs uf
the strike yeeterdny, The printers mav
bovcott nil they want, but they will find
they have bitten off more than they can
chaw. Their grounds for a ptrike are too
thin for the public to to take any interest
in the business.
The Kentucky Senate dUcuMed the Dlsir
Bill at length last week, evidently under
the itnprenioti that upon its decision
rested the fate of the proposed uluiily. It
was finally laid on the table, 20 to 12 and
let us hope it will stay there.
Although more work was done by a
great deal in the goyeroment printing office
last year (ban the year before, Cd. Ben
edict reports that expenses were $202,481
less, which is conclusive proof that the
right man is at the helm.
THEY THAT WERE.
Tun cldor Dumas was asked to glva
something toward tho funeral expenses of a
bailiff who bad died in poverty. "How
much do you want!" ho nskwl. "Twonty
francs," "What I Only twenty francs to
buryaballllTI There, there I Tako forty
and bury two!"
Andrew Jackson's courtship Is said to
have boon a stormy one. The object of his
affections wus Mrs. ltobards, tho divorced
wife of a worthless iiiuti, anil complications
arose involving Jackson in scaudul. Ho
vindicated himself and wife In knightly
manner, and bravely dofended the uamo of
Ids plain mid simple lady.
Washington Iiivino, In his early youth,
tmiliLlmiL'Inirto L'otoseaand bo n tilrnto.
Ho determined to muko tho attempt, but
wisely decided to prepare himself for It by
preliminary experiences. Ho began by
catlug salt jwrk. That made him sick. Ho
then slept for n night or so on hard boards.
That made him sore. It wus enough
A hen offering up n prayer Lincoln seldom
failed to affect his Hearers to tears. A
touching account is given of his visit to
General Sickles, utter tho uauio ot
w hen that hero lay so sorely wounded.
Ho drew near to the liedsido und lifting his
streaming eyes to Heaven prayed; "Oh,
God, let mo not lose all my friends In this
war." When ho ceased praj ing till present
wore In tears.
Hkxuy Wiiin Hkeciier wits once, accused
of stealing by u lady on it street ear. Tbo
car was of tho vurlety, and Mr.
Ueocher had passed a quarter forward for
tho lady and on receiving tho change in an
envelope, took out live cents und dropped it
in tho box, und handed the lady the remainder.
Upon examining It she oxclulmcd:
"It Is llvo cents short, sir You have somo
Of tho change "' Afteru moment of embarrassment
Mr Ueocher handed hortlve cents
and said. "Allow mo, madam, to correct tho
mistake, I am very sorry." Before leaving
tho ear the lady teurrod whom she bad accused
of theft, und wus overwhelmed with
Hesut Ct.ir, while Sot-rotary of State
Aduins, was compelled by
tho ubusive epithets of John Humiolph to
h!ttl.mi?H him to u duel. They mot on tho
Virginia uldoof tho Potomac mid exchanged
shots The llrst lire was ineffectual, but on
tho second. Clay's bullet pierced tho folds of
tho white llaenel wrapper which Randolph,
with hi usual eccentricity, wore on tho
field. Randolph 11 red in tho uir. and, advancing
with extended hand, at tho sumo
time showing the bolo in bis wruper, ho
shouted, in his shrill and piercing voieo:
"Mr CIsv, Mr. Clay, you owe mo u now
wrapper" "Thank liod." replied Clay,
"tho debt Is no greater," and took the ex-tended
hnd and shook it wurmly. Tboy
became fast friends from thut time.
Xevek uso a tdmrp knife iu donning tho
nails. Kill under the nails with soap, uud
then remove it by brushing with u null
Wnrs a felon first begins to make Its
tako u lemon, cut off one end, put
the finger lu, und tho longer It ia kept thoru
Ton a cold on tho chest, a llunnel rag
rung out In boiling water und sprinkled
with turpentine, laid on the chest, gives tbe
Fou tho dysjieptic. fried oysters aro forbidden.
"When roasted tu tho shell oysters
are delicious, uud can bo digested with caso
oven by a weak stomach.
An Kngllsh surgeon says that pcoplo who
use rocking chairs' tho most, get deaf tho
soonest. Booking also hurt the eyes und
A iu:ur.iii for catarrh is to gather hops
when iierfei'tlv dn', and sift the iiollen or
'Hour" through Swiss muslin. I'so us a
snuff early in tho or on retiring at
TcitrtVTiNE In a t n' a iu o remedy for
roup. Saturate u pun.') o. ..u.iuol with it;
and put it on tho chest, and in n severe case
three or four drops ou a lump of sugar may
be taken Inwardly.
1'kfi'Uu.u chalk is about the only dentifrice
that ehould bo used, uud this not to
exceed once u week. Orris root is also a
pleasant and harmless agent for cleansing
tho teeth, and frequent good brushing
with pui c water Is us good us any thing.
Tun very best thing for a sprain Is to put
tho huih Into u vossel of very hot water
tbuu add lxiiling water as it can
bo borne." Keep tho part immersed for
twenty minutes, or until tbe pain subsides;
IJion apply a tight bandage uud order rest.
Hotnotimcs tho joint eun be used III twelve
Am excellont glycerlno ointment for
chapped hands is made by melting, with
gontlo heat, two ounces of sweet oil of
almonds, hulf an ounce of spuruiacetl and
ono drachm of white wax. When melted, remove
from the stove and add an ouucu of
glycerine, and stir until the mixture is cold.
The ointi.ieut can be scented with uny
to suit the fancy. Keep it in wide
Pkksoss consumptively Inclined, thoso
with ceble digestion, aged jieoplo and thoso
Inclined to iliilliuoss nud cold extremities,
aro especially benefited by a liberal uso of
sweet cream No other article of foci or
medicine will gio them results satisfactory,
and either us a food or medicine it is not
biJ to take. As tu antidote for u tendency
to consumption, it acts liVo a charm, uud
servos ull the Intended tu be
served by cod-liver oil with much groatur
certainty und cHoet.
A FEW LARGE ONES.
A ciKiii.tit suw one hundred inches In
iliamoter, tho largest hi the world, was exhibited
in motion iu u recent tr.nl im display
A iii weighing over two loun was ono of
tho fontunuof tho (Jupoii'i jul)ikt at Dauby
Dale, Hng. It was eight feet in diuinoter
two foot in depth and contained about live
burrolsof Hour together wi h over hulf u
ton of UK'ttU, fowl uud game.
A .SuuMov (I'u.) firm has just completed
the lai gcht boiler ever put together
in the country Its length is over thirty-live
feel; height, ten i Ld u huif ; breutu,
f Icven uud a half uud it weighs forty-five
tons. II is a power
boiler uud is mudeof sheet steel.
A.v account is given by a recent visitor to
yVillotB I'olnt, X. Y., of u nuiguut on a mammoth
scale. Two huge c.umon3 aro connected
at tho minnlons und wound with
four mllos of wire cable, and by the uld of n
pjwor dynamo converted into
an weighing ouu hundred
thousand pounds and cepablo of attracting
objects weighiug nearly half u ton.
A sti:i:i. truss 65 feet lonr, b3 feet deep
and X feet wide was rcccutly finished and
udjustcd In tbo PoughUeepslo bridge, Now
York. It is snid to bo tbo lurgest steel
truss in tha world. It rests on stool tow-era
100 feot high, wlduli stand ou masonry
piers whoso foundations are 125 feet below
high water, and Its total height from the
foundations Is &i7 feet. It curries a floor
system on top for u double track railway,
and Is capublo or supporting it rolling load
of 3,000 pounds to tho uiunkg foot ou each
We Uwlrc lo call jour atuntlon to our frrih and
Complete Line of Groceries
Ol eTery urscrlptlon.wlilcli we keep constantly on band, and ik you to come and examine It si well w
Oin- Stock of"
Which norotsll liouie can cornst with Wlillo)ou ound, we will ibow you th
HB-Olivcr CI.lHtMl mid Jmpirinl IMoivn,
We are agents for, Ihcitrit In the market; alto the
IMPKOVED WATER LEVATOK,
PomnnititncwnnjnoTeIni thonuMt lUlnirof tlinkliidliiiuo. In our linn ol Heating si
MIotiw, wnrnn lth iiumI faitldloiulp (nth k. n. niitkp, in.l In llrallng I
wewltli 1)1 ; um v. kwp l.iine, Otaent, ttalt, Ac, n.
thero lTrrly anything wa Imru't Kot ttm I. any thl rM iinr our Him. Uouio lo when you
town sua weilill bearluliled lo make It nleasnt tor you Vwrr truly.
I In fret
JIOCKKK A JIUrOHT.
W. H. HIGQINS, Seo'y and Tai. A. 0. 8INE, Bap't.
ST AINTIF'OiFl.iD -
PLANING MILL CO.
Flooring, Weathcrboarding, Ceiling,
1 I.MSUIfJ MJMIUli: MOIIMI.NGN, Elo.
aslt, IoorM and Kliml.s nlwn.v.s in KtovU.
FURNITURE STORE !
IAI HUFFMAN, Proprietor.
Will nlwnjM liny) on hand a lr anil ! el Ilun of rural-Hir
himI Iimlrrtnker'M UocmIm. W y prlc4 will lie n Intr im hiicIi
UoIm cnii he ImiiihIiI In th cillrM. Jiu me n irlnl hihI vbh
will hw comliicrd Him I nII lower limn llm lowrnt.
M'ROBERTS & STAGG,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and
Kcnrd the leivices r f C. F, KENT, a practical Watchmaker with,
' rxpriiencf, all woik will bu done with' neatnen and diipatcht
bpecmcif at d lyt uiRUft to suit th tye.
Queen and Crescent Route.
(Cincinnati New Or)oann and Tox Paolllo Railway.)
mom uxk iimKi.. tiik miktii and south
Limited Express Trains Bet, Cincinnati and New Orleans.
in 2s, iiorns.
Through Cars to Now Orloans and Florida Twloo Daily
The SoutliMrn Iti ul? to CitUrornlift.
CONDENSED TIME TABLE IN EFFECT JAN. 1, '3.
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I (V i in
tiu H. I Nj. 6. Wo. I.
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4 03 p Ul
7 S.S p in
S 00 p iii 7 M id I.,Ti...CInrlniistl
ll OAiiiii III IS ,m ..l'iltjci(in
J 10 p m.U) iu II 25 a in1 Junclluii (.'ll? , ..
Oil in ,1 is p in Onkiliiln, ..... .
..- i Hojio
8 i) lu Ai'r.. Chtlni'.i(..lJ,f
S SO kiii 6 W) p iu L'.. CliiltanooKj . K'ti
l)p m A'rT ... Allalln . ...Ar'f
.1 .up in ll 10 pui I. o MrmliiiitiiiM
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Id 63 p iu
4 00 a iii
H .1 a in
4 SO u in
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9A)pm II lii iu
7 10 p in
d 4 p lu
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fl IS p iu
tn a iu
3 SO a iu
1 40 h ii
6 to a in to 00 pin
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.. Miriillan... A'rr IMi p iu
JarkMii. ,. it M IS pui
. II (On u l.'m V(.kjur).
. i iu i in i,tc ..lonruu
. H IS p uiiArr. Mirivi'xirt
N. II. 'lrln.N(i ul ti.ut a M ii1 unitm in
lpjitii('hAitaiiii(iint I Ji i ii. unl airlviw at Oili.l.iln at 7 6u.
Minn llomlolr Kiirtnt tilexpliii! Cir mi nil ilirmuli train.
.JOHN C OAOI.T, (loii'l Mauigor, II
I; CAIU'.OU., Owi'l f upt.
'lontrnl OHlcii, dt. I'aul linllJiii.'. lVnat Kuurlli Cuirlmutl, )'
I hit rccolTud and atlll recelflnc
New Goods for Fall and
Comprising the boit in the market, which will bt
Qotton Up In Stylo and Mako Sooond to IN ono in
Olve Me h TrlHll
' KC- O. RITPLEY.
4 n p m
iu II M III
6 do h iu
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7 a am
4 00 ii'iii
t IUIIUIIUIK4 .11 tf.lj A ii Nu 10
COM.IIIlN,,aa,l I'rl. .t Paw. Am.,
H. C. RUPLBY,
City or Country