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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 18, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882081801_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: August 18, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $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. md-WukVOLUME -- 4-U h ii;.h.vk.ij I Inttfiof lonftial STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1882. X.-- N UMBER 510. i:riiKifs NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 70. W. P. WALTON. T. ... - Editor and Proprietor H. WALTON, ... Businttt Manager l'tttitlnhcit -- Ttiemtiiu unit J'rlilmi', 8'J.no ivnn ANNtDi. jv.ht to Kitr.v unit woitn. aliall 1 lrl r (f jtihi nl.cn I cem till wij f 1 lkM of Margaret ttm oilier dajr, "fanalfa or llllra, liHIolrni or nwo, Or anjr Itiat In w f anln (tmi " What " Ob, 11 ne Juit vt.l j mi Uko," b aniwrrrJ n " 111 Ukt vhtfrrr It maj rhanra to I." " You iireinlMi Uil " mM I. Hlie atuwtred, Tt T Inn j Anil, air, I alaaja Vrrp ray freiuta-t.- lrmilit ti lw M Tli(lit tprtmrianl Tlaiiot I Mli IkvaiiM Iat nliM I ram" Vagain, ten left tin ami wtien Hi nitt It, Margaret flavam, joil choir of It fct Ine, ar, " Hut 'Hi mj heart Wht I mlitht lrliig; Your woril to mo. Ami do, dear jlrl, jtt You rmlapil yen miM Uka ami now mt louat not l.rrak Ho matt nr pronto Rortl, aa jeu aaht jaa would." you lli.t.t upon It, I aniioiM TLal mu.t do ao. Xot, tlr, kooiIdm knowa, "If llorauwl vint four Hrar,iiowa1iaaMI Hut, Mni lMont, Jo.t tdlorm)rwnnll" ht-i- VAV.1K Tlio ntuntctl, srrnggy growth of ilia nmlcrwooil in n foroitt in generally to Iho f.vt (lint (hn smaller trei'ii nro nritrsluulowed hy tlio tailor ones, ami thus deprived of tho light unit air necessary to their ilovclopnicnt. Hut 51. flmiiiliMUi, professor of tlio French Hohool of 1 oreiilry, unys tlmt thin stuut-c-tl gnmtli in cmimmI by tlio larger trees ncting as conductors, depriving tho urunllcr ono of uloctricitjr. To tout this view, ho tried nn oxiHirimcnt. In April, 1877, ho took two tobacco plants, cucli weighing 11 grummoii, nnd Imving four leaves. They wero both plnntol in Imixim containing mold of Men Ileal finality, nud placed riiilo by niilo in a Kwiiiott farornlilo to their growth. Hilt ono of them liiul placed over it a cage, conniting of four iron rods, ono motni lllty centimetres high, joined n tho top and covens! with wlrognuzo, which iMirinilti'd tho freo circulation ot sir, light iind witter, hut completely pro-te- c toil tho plant from tho fiction of atmospheric cloctriaity. Thuy wero left uniuturfered with until tho middlo of August, when tho mulls obtained wero an fcllnus : Tlio plant In the open nirjind attained a height of 3 feet S inalies, whilo tho other wus only !J feet 1 inches ; tho former weighod 270 gmiumcK and tho latter 1 1 grammea ; whoii ilrhsl, their resxctivo weights wero :0 grammea and 15 grammes. niado with maizo Himilar experiment and wheat gao precisely nnalogoim no that M. Orandcait has eonio to tho concltuioii that tho electricity of tho atmiwphero U eiually necoasary to vegetation an auulight and nir. 1 x, Uf STVXTKH TUKHS, .ttrsTiy "What jvstici:. an Austin Jtmtlco to a colored culprit, " liavo you tlio audacity to nay you do not recogulzo this pocVot-lxxj- k ?" "Yea, nali." "But It was found In your possession." "In my what, did ycr gay, Jodgo?" I" oxrlaimod "In your MMaeaaiou. This pocket lnxik was fouud in your pocket, sir." "Jodgo, you has dono tolo two atorics about dat nr. Fut, ycr naid hit was foun in my iiorsession, and don yer 'lowetl hit was foun' in my pocket. Ilofo ilem yarns cuu't Ik) true. Kf do Jodges on de bench can't toll do troof hit's no wonder dat a poor miserable niggah lika mo got led astray." Tho Justice drew n long breath, and, onco moro producing tho iockcf book, Haid: ST.lllTI'.n. I have juat found an old letter, ail. droKTK'd to mo on (ho 27th of October, 18.18, whloh led to results ijuito overpowering in tlmir maguitude. Tlio writer Is William 1 Harndcn. Ho tells mo that ho has applied for a mtof conductor upon I ho Western railroad, and polirits my Inlluenrr, as Treasurer of tho road, " should you think mo worthy of thu olllca." Hnrnden had been Rolling tickets at the Worcester railroad deiKit, but found this oedttpatiou much too sudontary for his actlvo nature. Ila was n man who wished to ba moving. Pur soino reason, which I do not recall, Harmten did not get tho eonductorshlp; buthisa)plieotioii brought mo in this lithe, intelligent young fellow, who wished to bo on thu go, and I suggested to him n new wirt of bnsi-iiuwhich, in the hands of a bright man, I thought might Ikj pushed to snoot. Ah Dirrelor nud l'resident of tho Providence railroad, I was eoniollod to make weekly journeys to Now York, vi hero the bulk of our stock was held. Tho days of my departure wero well known, and I vhs always mot at tho depot by inoreli.inln' clerks, who wished to iiitrunt jwckaf on of business IMpara, wimploH of goods nud other light matters to my cure. The mail establish-liiowas at that timu utterly iusufll-ciel- il to meet tho Tiaiits of tho public, Tho jMwtage wiu 17 cents ujkiii ovcry ROKirnto bit und thin of liper, tho whs n hurdetiHoino tax npou drafts and receipts daily cheeks, transactions, incident to niercantllo I was reoily to bo of service to my friends, though somo of them thiHiHht my good nature was imposed when they found that I wan U Kin obliged to carry n largo traveling-bato receive their contributions. I kept this bag constantly iu right ou my journey, and, upon arriving in 2fow York, delivered it to a man whom tho merchants employed to moot mo ami distrihntoiU contents. Now, it occurred to mo that there wws nn opportunity for nomobody to do, for an adequate comionsation, just what I was doing for nothing. I poititod out to Mr. Harndcn that tho collection und delivery of parcels, an well ns other transportation, might ba undortakoii fry ono responsible torson, for whcuo hcrvico tho merchants would bo glad to pay. Tho suggestion fell upon fruitful soil. Harndcn asked mo for djxMjial facilities li,xm tho lioston and Providence road, which I gladly gave him, nud, with the opening of thb year, ho commenced regular trips (twica a week, I think bo made them), tearing in his hand a small valise, nnd that valine contained iu genu tho immenso oxpross business contained it as tho acorn contains the forest oaks that may come from it; but many generations aro required to ace tlio magniflcenco of the forests, whilo the growths of lmmtui enterprise oxleud to their wonderful ma. turity iu ono short life, Harndcn'tf fatd was that too common with pioneers and Ho built up a great business! inventors. by stoady industry, Haw all its splendid possibilities, tried to realize them before tho time wan ripo, and died a poor man at tho ago of 33. Iu attempting to extend tho express business to Europe he assumed risks that were ruiuous, nud tho stalwart Yermonter, Alvin Adams, took his place nn chief iu tho great iiw dustry which hatlariHou under his hands. Jusiah Quhwy, in the JmlrpcndenL jmr tiik J A r.tXIiSK A VTISO. "Wot rnnsnitrwa HAiimxr.. less than .'10,000 persons aro engaged in tho sanlino fishery in Franco, and fully an many find occupation In "preserving" this fish. A writer in tho Journal of the Society nf Art says that in taking tho sordino tho bait, which in called rogue, plays an Important part. Tliin I tiro in n kind of caviaro mado from tho eggs of n cod preserved in brino, 35,000 barrels of which aro imjiortcd from Norway ovcry year. Whon tho position of n shoal is ascertained, tho nets aro let down and tho master of tho boat throws tho bait, mixed with sand to causo it to sink, into tho water. Emerald-greeflashes on tho surfaco of tho water denote tho riso of somo of tho fish. Then tho bait in liberally cast out, nnd soon tho wholo shoal rises into tho nets. At ono timo a lKat could tako 20,000 sardines, but now it is raro to bring in moro than 5,000 to 0,000 at n trip. When tho boats land tho sardines aro taken to tlio factories in hampers containing altont COO apiece. Tliero women cut off tho heads of tho llali, ocn nnd clean tho bodies, and place each fish, ono by ono, on stono or marblo slabs, previously strowed with salt, Whilo this preliminary drying is going on tho Arcs nro lighted and tlio purest olivo oil is put into immenso caldrons. When tho oil Ls boiling tho o sardines aro laid in layers in baskets provided with handles. Theso baskets aro plunged into tho oil and then placed on shelves covered with zinc to drain. Whon thoy nro moderately dry they aro taken to tho largo drying-house- s, oxiioscd to tho and tliero thoy remain until thoy aro fit to to bo sorted and put into lioxcs. Tlio largest nro considered tho finest, and tho small ones nro frequently passed off ns anchovies. n iron-wir- alyof nt g Jim Rrrnrt In n I'lntl'llnom In Jnpan Prof. Morso thus describes nJepancso theater in n recent letter : "Tho first time I attended ono ot theso thentois I went nt 10 o'clock in Iho morning. I had a lecture at 11, and several othur matters of importance to attend to during thu day, hut for onco iu my life I cut my leelitro, and novcr tho thontor until 11 o'clock that night. Tlio lighting, scenes aro a ChiUinm being hit, tho nese importation. uctois fall lNickwurd with great violenco ami stick their legs tip in tho air. I saw an aetor represent ono of tho Hnmiirar kuoping an attacking party of iKMsauts nt bay with his.fau. At last, whou hard prosspd by a great number of assailants armed witii spears, clubs, etc., ho said ho must really draw his sword, and put his hand ou tho hilt for tho piupoio ; whereupon tho whola attacking patty, thirty or forty iu unrulier, instautl) fell ou their backs, nnd stuck their legs up in the air which token of thu prowess of thoir upiicr alius gave much gratification to tho audience. An orchestra caged up at ouo side of the stage keepi up n continual nccomiMiiiiiieut, whilo an individual iu n similar cage nt tho other sldo furnishes a constant supply of sighs, Ijroaiis nud jells, appropriate to tho supiHiscd emotions of thu plajcrs. "Tho plays ato performed by men only, Mouieu parts being uMcd by them; or, if women apiioar at all, they tako all ports, IkjIIi soxes never iippeunng iu tho s.iiilu play. " A foreigner who wishes to understand thu ancient customs, manners and s. dross of thu (KKipIo must attend tho Tlio siiectnclo of harikuri is performed with u ghastly fidelity to details which makes it unbearable by a person of delicate sensibilities. Thu theater tickets are blocks of wood u foot square Mimic, among the Japanese does not enter into the life of the pooplo as with us! it is not heard nt tho llresido nor in tho temples ; there are no student songs, nor docs the exultation of victory Und uxpruwiou in music. The principal nutrient instruments uru the samisen, a sort of banjo, played with a small ivory the koto, a harp, which rests ou tint ground, hanmovublolsridgcs, and shields is played with ivory thimblo-likuiion tho fingers ; tho sho, a vosMoi with a number of upright reeds rising from it, witii vonts near tho lower ends governed by tho fingers ot Isjtli hands, giving an effect liko that ot the bagpipe ; ami tho bin a or iluto." Itt tiik vrnoxa tSfutMirr. In n certain Michigan villago there lived, a deenda since, a man known nn Judgo Hlmpson. No ono could remember of his having served in any capacity to gain tho title, but ho acquired it somehow, and hail dignity enough for a wholo supremo bench. Tlio Judgo wan an cccentrio citizen, well liked, but ho hod n temblo bad breath. No ono would rido with him, few would talk M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opera House Block, JJKA.TnSnw IN H'ln oh, Willi I'apcr. Stanford, Ky., Musical with him, and ovcryliody wondered why DriigM, Ijlciiinrn, lIooltM, IiiHlriimviilM, ClictnlcalH, ho didn't cat onions for n change. No Clirnrx, Stationery, I'ltilllH, I'nckrt mat-to- r, NniipH. TolmccoM. t'lilllory, ono hail tho courage to mention tho OIK A mum, Perfumery, I.ainpH, I'lre Maclilne and yet something mint bo dono or A'C'ClllCH. tho Judge would lx ostracised. In this (Jowls Department Is in Charge of Col. Onr Jewelry, Silverware nnd Optical emergency along camo ono of tho first Tlios. Itlchnnls, who will Kcpnir Matches nnd Clocks Promptly and In tlio best tramps over seen in tho State. At tho style. first homo whero ho called for a bito tho man called him in and said: ' My friend, aro you a bravo man ?" " Well, I liovcr took a back scat yet ?'' " Do you want to earn 82 ?" "Try mo onco." AtlRtiHt 1, 1882. "Very well. You sco that white buildWilli IlilH rtalowc culcr on our hccoiiiI year iu (lie Grocery ing besido tho Kistofllco ? do up stairs, turn to the left, nud you will find a HiibIiichh lit .Stanford. Our hiicccsh Iiiih reached our lilglicHt exman called Judge, M'c lake (IiIh opportunity lo thank our irlcmlH Tor What I went you to do is to ask him intheir very liberal patronnKe and iiKHiiro lliem hIioiiIiI they Mill why ho doesn't chow cloves for his TO OUR PATRONS ! pectation. red-face- bald-heade- d tho-iter- firmity." honor iih with Ihclr trade, ii will be our carncHt endeavor (o " I'll do it," II. " That's all. Simply ask tho question We can lie round at the Name old place wllh lite largest and and I'll hand you the cosh." Tlio tramp went his way, and tho citiliiont comphkrHocU: of Groceries QitceiiHwarc, , in the clly, zen took his station on a street comer. IIo saw tho bravo man go up, and ho all ofwhlch Hill he wold nt the lowcftt poHilhle margin. Kcxpccflully, saw him como down, no went up graceMcALISTJER & BRIGHT. fully enough, but when ho camo down ho bumped ovcry separata stair, and ns ho gathered himself up at tho bottom n boot lifted him clear into tho gutter. IIo started for tho river on a dead run, and never stopped for half a mile. 'JL'hlHlVcvr Mill, containing the IntcHt and Then tho citizen overtook him and t-c- dc-Hcr- vc usewa wma MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY H WJHIT III.ACK llllFOItK VOUHT. Till! o bowl-hlmiu- 'd ji oxai'.i it tk'm 1 1. 1 inti tixo Francis I., of Austria, said of his after tho battlu of Waterloo : " I always thought that man would end badly; ho wrote such n villainous hand." And, indeed, it becamo so bail as to lie almost w holly illegible. If read at all it is by guess, or that second sight which tho "blind clerks" of tho dead letter olllco nro popularly supposed to possess. Much of it is represented by blanks iu tho transcriptions, and there are ruatiy vvonls at tho translation ot which by an expert tho reader of manuscript can only shako a doubting head. Hut this wan not always so. Whilo ho was a subaltern ot artillery bis hand, although never good, was at least human, and clear ami legiblo. Tliero was a sort of corrospondenco lictwcou it and his simple, direct bearing ot those son-in-la- w well-tried .i Tho following joko is related nttho cxjieaso of Judgo Jerry Mack whilo ho was arguing tho McQarruhan caso boforo tho Supreme Court, iu Washington, somo years ago : Ouo day, whilo speaking on somo motion, Jilack discovered, at tlio closo of a two hours' oration, that tlio cntiro licnch, including tho Chief Justice, was sound asleep. Much incensed, ho gathered up his papers and left tho room, Meeting tho Chief Justice nt a dinner nt Secretary Fish's that evening, Black angrily commented on tho occurrence. "Why, my dear Judge," said Mr. Chase, with a surprised expression, " I thought you would bo tho last man on earth to object to such n thing. Tlio fact was that all tho Justices wero so fatigued from the President's reception last night that this morning wo consulted together and agreed to hear yon on somo motion or other so that wo could all enjoy a good square nap. Wo supposed you hod been on tho bench for so long that you'd know how it was yourself." "Tho devil you did ?" said the, old, legal luminary. "Yes; but you needn't alarm yourself, my dear HIack. Tho shorthand reporter mado a full memorandum of your re- asked : " Well, was Uio Judgo in ?" "Ho was I" "And you put tlio question?" " Don't I look as if I did ? Say, what infirmity has ho got?" "A bad breath." What a fool I was I "Tlio deuce Why, I thought his infirmity was in his feet, and when ho gavo mo that first lift I was so taken back that ho got in two ou my jaw beforo I began to fall I Two dollars I Why, I'm damaged to tho extent of two millions I " I For manufacturing meal und Hour, 1m now iu full operation. IVe will grind for customcre, for the present, on Tuesday, Wednesday, TlmrHday, Friday and Saturday of each week, and ou Courl-Dayand all otlicr public dajR. Wc solicit a liberal share of patronage and will endeavor to give entire satisfaction. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., Always on hand and for sale. Highest catsh price paid for Corn, Wheat, Ac. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. McAXiISTJGR & SAULIOJG. Free l'rcs. "You denied just now that you had over seen this pocket-booI now ask you again, did you over boo this pockot-Iwo- k lniforo ." " Wlty, of courno. nit am do aamo ono you id towed mo a ininuto ago. Yor must bo losing ycr mind, Jodgo." llcmandod to jail without bail Texas Stfthw. k. 1 In dreos trimmings, tho tasto for emTlio former Is increaw'H. broidery worked on tho material in eyelets, etc., liko Madeira or Scotch work, and used tat scanty frills ami lwrderw, ami it is now neon on suttus and volvclfl. Flounce uto gathered, not kilted, and tl.o lower odgo is often cut Into scallops, and lined with a contrasting color. HIIK TlimHIIIT TIIK lHWTIHt OUtlllT tu Ji.tun: A little Oil City girl was taken tick, nud her parents culled n doctor tthom uho did not like. "Aro you nick, Qracio?" nskod tho M. 1., as ho liout over his little patient. Tho littlo lady looked at him n moment in tho utmost disdain, and then, in n tono of tho deejiOHt aarcium, replied, as alio turned her faco from him : " Well, I should think you ought to know. Do you Hiippooo I am lying hero iu lied and taking your horrid old inedi-du- o for-- thu fun ot Tho doctor wilted. it" Of" 4 XIIKY UKVintTKH A TIIKMSKI.l'KS' hitiltclctf ti Jnah for utea'llijg au umbrella, ryniuylyiuihi grand Jury reogully tho jury and later, as they oaiuo room to go homo una 'obervg.d that it had coma ou to rain, thuy gazed at u lot of umbrellas that stood in n rack ami muttered doltlydo tuomsolvos, U What r tool a fool is outI "' days when ho disdained personal onl tho long, flat, straight A farmer, carrying n basket of eggs, black hair partly hid and lengthened tried to steal a ride on a freight tram, tho sallow faco, nnd everything nbout and when ho camo to want to get oft" tho him was grave, rude, austere. ' Ho was train didn't stop, and so ho jumped on. not born to a bad hand, although, 'liko Tho train wasn't going very fast, but ho Lamartiuo, Hyron and many other great didn't understand gcttiug away from it, men, ho could novcr learn to spell ; and, nud so got slung several somersaults uftcr tho 18th Ilnimalro, tho laws of orand stopiietl acainst n fence, with a wrist thography incommoded him quito as sprained, his clothes muddied and rent, littlo as any others. Hut, no matter bow and ono ear pretty nearly torn oft". Ho bad his writing vv as, "Laplumo cutro got up and took un inventory of tho re- Dcsmauis,"aa Lamartiuo vvroto, "nous sult, nnd, in his desiiair, lifted up his valut uno cih'q." oico and Kiiid: "Gosh duru tho gosh ICXI'KltJKXCJt WITII A 3JKIIICAL ItK- riuir. durn luck, uuyhow Kvery gosh ditrned Somo time ago ono of tho brightest egg in the lot's broke 1" liotton l'ost, Jliddhwiged travelers can remember young physicians in Chicago wroto nn when nativo oystors wero sold in Loudon article for n medical review, liegiuning, nt 0 ihiico ier dozen, and now thoy aro "Tho recent sovero winter of 1830 '87 thought cheap nt six times tho mouoy, should vvnrn us," etc. After a long timo for it is a singular fact that thoy aro at tho editor replied, asking him what ho tho moment dearer in London than thoy meant by "tho recent winter of to which "Medicus" rewero in Homo when tho Kmporor Vitel-liti- s 1880-'87-," dovoured them all day long and sponded that, judging from his past with this roviow, it would lw Cicero sustained his philosophy by swallowing scores of tho llutiipiuo luxu- 1887 when his article appeared, and ho ries brought from thu coast of Kent. wanted it to read right when published. At a dinnor at Versailles iu 1798, M. (JK.f. JlVTI.Klt HTVMVKIh Lnporto, Registrar of tho Tribunal, A story is told ot Geu. Uutler's sardozen as a swallowed thirty-two- , castic retort upon a Massachusetts to dinnor, and tliun complained Judge, whom ho was teasing for n ruling that ho could never got ouougli. Chrisfavorable to a causo ho was defending topher North, in tho " Notes Ambro-sianie,-" iu court, Tho Judgo got out of patienco Bhep-her- d dosoribon how tho Kttrick at last, nnd bomowhat testily exclaimed: never " had recourbo (o tho crust Hutlor, what do you thiuk I sit llrst " Mr. till after tho lutig huuder." Tho Tho General quietly hero for?" fifty ho devoured iu their juices j popper shrugged his shoulder and replied: enabled him to get woll into tho seoond court lias got mo now." hundred, nnd" it went hard if, with tho "Tho stimulus of mustard, ho could not reach VAMiKiuiitYr could glvo forty editors tho two gross. Yitollius, howover, is). $500,000 each and then liavo moro money vourcd 1,200 at ouch meul. And a certhan ho knew what to do with. Just tain Italian doctor is rciortod us having think how thoso forty editors would puff lieeu equal to forty dozen I Hut this is llxchanje. his early gardeu truck disgusting to tho truo ami refined gour mot of tho present day. Gluttony hi not Tiik present head of tlio Mormon o church is building a mansion nesting real enjoyment oj tho table, for the perceptions Of tho paluto soon cloy. 8100,000, and, when somo of tho saints with our modest doz- - asked where ho got thu funds, ho told Lotrus bo co eniforjunch, or hulf.dozou boforo din- them to shut up or prepare for Lades. Thoy dou't oven Iuvyo to whitewash out nor, according to tlio custom of our iu Utah. MKItl' I'M (I llltOKK. 1 3IAKJXG XBWSPAJ'ISJtS. "Thero ls nothing in tho paper," said a young friend, dashing it to tho floor. "No news utall ; it's miserable, stupid." Look again, my dear friend, at the carefully-printed columns; tho different hoodiiigs ; foreign, homo nnd domestic uows ; tho wit nud humor. Think, for n moment, when you gazo at it, how tho editor has tried to pleaso you. Tliero is probably no class of men moro overworked than theso ; no labor moro wearing than mental laboi. It is so easy to cry out : " Nothing in tho paper," for thoso who know littlo of tho drudgery, tho hours of mental tho weariness, tho tedious comiMisitious. It is a common saying, when n person is not exactly suited, to exclaim, "Tliero is nothing iu tho paper." In a railroad car I once observed two gcntlo-me- n mark." purchaso of tho sanio edition of a "Did ho?" snapped tho Judgo. "Why, ho was asleep, too I" paper. Ono soon handed his to a neigh"Tho devil ho was," exclaimed tho bor, exchiming, "Heio, Sam, liavo the Chief Jnstico, very much vexed. morning paper? Thero is nothing in it always did trust that fellow. In that it is hurdly worth reading." caso, my dear Judgo, wo will liavo to Tho other gentleman continued to bo rely on tho janitor." absorlied. Presently tho man by his sido asked him what interested him so distinct much. ''Everything ; tho paper is well Lo.vofkllow wToto forty-twworks. Many ot them liavo been transgotten up this morning ; tho editorials lated into thirteen different languages. nro especially Uno." This pioves that Tho salo of Longfellow's works from what pleases ono does not suit tho otlicr. 1839 to 18G7 amouuted to 325,550 volBo assured it is no child's play to edit umes. From 18C7 to 1882 tliero wero and conduct a newspaper ; it is n very sold 191,000 copios of his collected tedious, important, resiionsiblo position, works, in four different editions. In and tho man who manages a 1881 moro than 15,000 copies of his satisfactory newspaper has almost works wero sold, nud in tho sanio year tho wisdom of a Solomon. Let thoso 15,000 copies of tho "Birthday Hook," who doubt tako tho editor's place for a edited by Miss Bates. It is estimated whilo; nothing moro is ueeded for a that in Great Britain nnd Ireland not grumbler. Our friend, when sho is less thau 30,000 ot his books aro sold tempted to muko such silly remarks, had annually, better pause to consider whether tho fault Iw iu tho paiicr or hor silly littlo VKJ.I'KT ritU3t WOOL. pains-takin- FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING zb"st ! Hi B. K. WEAREN, Main Street, - Stanford, Ky. , I have bought out my brother, It. II. Wenren, and will continue tho Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a lull stock of Furniture of ev- -' ery description and sell at llgurcs that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. "I to-da- E. P. OWSLEY Ilns Just Opened a Fino Stook of Consisting of - AND o BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, - GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino of CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS a TRUNKS I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to bo sold at Bottom Prioos. Call and oxamino. ry Tho novel nud interesting process announced somo timo since, in Franco, by which tho wool on sheepskin mny bo transformed into velvet, is likely to Up to provo of industrial importance. tho present timo Bhoopskins, tunuod with wool on, liavo only boon used for mats, linings of coats, etc., and tho wool, not having been subjected to any preparation, is idwoys inatted or curled. Observing that tho inuumerablo fillers are naturally disposed in tho most regulai nud pcrfeet onlor, peculiarly fit for vel vctiug, nu ingenious chemist concoived tho idea of cleansing tno Bkiu nud wool ot all impurities, ami of so preparing aud dressing them that the hairs would bo woll preserved, aud not entangled ono with.tho other tho occurrence of tho latter coutiugoney being, of course, fatal to After long tho sucoess of thu operation. and continuous uxiKiriments, buccoss has been achiovod, tho urticlo producod being alike beautiful umlsorvieoublo, and dealinod, it is thought, to boeomo u und iiiqiortuut urticlo of manufacture. pcr-mau- out hcailrillaJeliihUt Herald. TIIK XAMJS UP yJtKLJXmiVXSEX, Secretary of State Freliughuyson is a nophow of Theodora Prelinghuyscn, who ran for Vico l'resident on tho ticket with Henry Clay, aud was a distinguished member ot what was called tho "singing vviug of tho Whig party." Tho namo rt Prelinghuysen was for somo timo u stumper to tho campaign song writers that was a singing campaign but was dually got over as follows : A roaattr JuiuimI upou Ilia fauc, J nit And tlio auu waa iImu, Ma wttifa and crocJ, lit did, Fur CUy and I'rcllusliujrwu. TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. aroiEaciNr -- WHOLESALE church Books, r-1 cfc IN- AND RETAIL DKALERS - oo. PIANOS AND ORGANS Shut Musis, ill Kinds of &itil UsrchdiH. NO. 66 WEST FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. Grand PIANOS, Square PIANOS, and Upright PIANOS, Iu Rosewood, Satinwood, Mahogouy, French Walnut amlKbouized Case, in elegant designs to correspond with any style oi Furniture, cliiJ u Tho Democrats found out that it also n discovery rhymed with "pizon" which thoy celebrated in verso. Mrs. Prelinghuysen was a daughter of Qeorgo Oriswold, a merchant prince of Now York, a man of cultivated literary tastes and tho friond of Irving, N. P. Willis, and tho meu of letters of Now York fifty years ago, Elegant Parlor Organs, OhaDel Organs, Church Organs, With ono Manual, with two Manuals aud I'odaUi, coutainiug the most beau. tiful, powerful aud useful combinations ever procured in reed Instruments. Wo invite tho public attention to our large und well selected stock oi aud our unequaled facilities for furnishing tho best class of instruments at low rates. We purchaso for uet cash iu larger quantities thau any other house iu this city. Tho expense of our PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less than some housWe liavo reached lower es doing exclusively n l'iauo aud Organ trade. prices than liavo been teudered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee Wo sell ou easy monthly or quarterly pay all instruments as represented. luents, and any instrument taken ou trial, not proving as represented, majj Wo solicit correspondence with pcrsous dombo returned at our expense. ing to purchase, aud take pleasure iu answertug all inquiries. PIANOS and ORGANS, deli-cut- it It was a man from tho groat Btato of Ohio who unpinned tho tidy from a chair iu a Washington parlor nud wiped his homo ou IU Ho thought it was n great improvement over hunting nround tor n handkerchief. battues. Tire damago dono by rats on tho pub" lio slaughterhouses of Paris represents an annual loss to tho city ot 50,000 francs. It is impossible to oxtormiuato tho destructive animals. All that can bo dono is to thin thoir ranks a littlo uow and again by organising monster ,v ' JOHN CHURCH So CO. .'. Sfinf.ffiltffMnjifnlfrfnr9(nnriraI lho U J hla rrofnlon In Itockraitla and Will prattle hereafter adjotnlnc counties and In the Court of Appeals, special attention jlien lo Collection!. bejust a little shy oven, about n regu seat. lie denied that Joe had over uf times, yet have never been in it until by Granville Crockett drawing his knife go astray or provo incomiotont, tho lo Commence We came via the l'an Handle across Woods' throat. Woods then stabrosts tiou tho3o who choso them, lar bnttle. Getting "wore out," as accomplished any good for tho party, this visit. J. E. VOWELS' route from Dayton, changing cars at bed him in the breast,the knife striking ami it is certain that tho pcoplo must theso poor fellows did, while serving but on tho contrary had done it incal! which is n great annoyance at night the center of the bresst bone. Robert and defray tho cost of their misdeeds. M'J ICY.. as skirmishers for General Bradloy, is culable injury by his ill advised and to parties having multitudinous parcels to Dock Crockett then came to the assistance In private life rt man is not rcapccUxl Agency of Bouth-Bcn- d Space, but Chilled Plowi, Stock is expressions, which had furneither profitable or amusing except shift, as we had. I often think, when we of their brother, and the three shot and who abuses his clerks, nnd haa no regard Avery's Oast and 8teel Flows, Buckeye nished campaign capital for the speech travel, of Mr. Peter Magnus, on the Ips- - tabbed old to democrats. Reannri & Mowcrs.SweepatAkes Ibreia-er- i, linn Woods until he was dead. for their reputations or their characters. Large, Requires Mitchell Farm Wagom, A prominent feature of all lho orn-- - es of the enemy and given them sub wich coich, with his portmanteau, his RoberUand Dock Crockett and a man hy Wo say that ho 15 a scurvy fellow; that 8ewing Machines, Taylor's New Home Elutio Bed He brown paper parcel, his leather hat, box, the name nf Thompson, who stood by and ho lacks soma ot tho qualities that art) Springs. Time to Close; Hence lions nnd other deliverances of the con- jecU for their transparencies. blamed him for getting into the wordy and all the trouble they gave htm. Ar- urged the boys to kill the old man, left for essential iu n good business mau. Wo vention, was the emphatic and the Pririved at the Indiana capital a little before parts unknown, but Dock was subsequentreminder to their colored breth-cre- n warfare with the ignoble Burbridge midnight, and were soon in our beds at the ly arrested and lodged in jail. Granville aro not surprised when his clerks provo ces. of their immense nnd irredeema- and for calling Senator Williams a Occidental Hotel, where we had been ad- Crockett has been arrested, but is too sick unfaithful, or ho proves unsuccessful, through xxr judgment in his Inisiucss ble indebtedness to tho republican par- liar and then backing out of it. Oth vised by telegram to stop. Promptly next to be brought lojail. He is being guirded, undertakings. MiiIh St., Nliiiiioi-i!- , Hy. ty for their freedom. Every orator er deeds of commission as well as of morning, kind friends welcomed us to our nnd James Martin, another man who urgetl Tho name principle, in a degree, aphad to"holler"into the ears oftho dar- omission were commented on amid tho new sphere of labor. Uro. Talbott, the the boTa to kill the old man, has been ar- plies to publio men. Wo who selected good and plucky Methodist minister, who rested and is in jail. Trial set for Thurskies, "we set you free!" And lest most vociferous cheers ot tho Owens them, who p.iy thorn, who nro rosporwi-bi- o JOHN DINWnDDIEjPEO'R. Head tho following crowd. Ho thought tho State had had the courage to oflrr us the use of his day afternoon. for them, nro 1kuih1 to give thorn tho this might not be sufficiently impressWo gave you last" week what we supwelcoming party. l!ro. had enough of the Blackburn family, church, headed the foolOPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 ferences prices ive, tho convention unanamously resee L. G. Hay, a minister of the, Presbyterian posed was the result of the election, lie- - fairest chanco to do wall. Wo aro solved that they were entitled to the and he intended, with the help of his church, and a former fellow laborer with low we give it as it really is: A. E. Rich ish if wo du not. Wo aro liko a man who earnestness: should pay a Inrgo sum for a horse, and BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. glory of setting them free four mil- constituency, to retire at least one of us in Northern India, seconded the delega- ards, Judge of Supreme Court, 373: R. T. them. Blackburn had a 15 minute tion; K. Sharpe, Esq , Hanker, and Mr. Jacobs, Clerk of Superior Court, 635; T. J. then givo him unhealthy food, or loino lions of them. Now, wo think this is Special Accommodation to Commercial men of high positions in society, Henry, Clerk of Supreme Court, 2S5. For his foro feet S25.00 SUITS AT 818.00 a Iittlo hard on the colored man. If rejoinder, nnd it is said that ho fairly Carr, boththe quartette of receptive courte- County Judge Winston Rowman, Ind., Noxt to tho man who Travelers. a wommade up tho republican party sot him free, it made the room reek witb tho fumes sy. It certainly does make a great differ17; A. R. Clark, item., C.T5; Capt. Raines, an, wo despiso tho American citizen who 20.00 SUITS AT 1G.00 did so voluntarily, and because it of brimstone. The canvass will be a ence, whether you arejreceived with open rep ,215. County Attorney Silas Adams, treats a publio man with personal dis- Baggage Transferred Free of Charge 18.00 SUITS AT 15.00 thought it right, and if it was right, purely personal one, and as it is to arms, or a cold shoulder. Fancy our ap- rep., 770; W.V. Reppert, dem., 755. Coun respect, for mcro parly reasons. Why Ithave recontly taken chargo of this home last for four weeks and every day in preciation of it, after the forty days and ty Clerk T. W. Wash, opposi-tiono do wo bo universally abhor a man who the colored man owes nothing for it. and intend to havo urst-cla10.00 SUITS AT 13.f)0 SherilT-- J. accommodations. J. Tate, dem., 030; Dick abuses a woman ? Rocauso a man is forty nights in the Dayton wilderness. But he is regarded and t rental by tbo the week except Sunday, a red-hlfi.OO SUITS AT 12.60 And ever since our arrival, every thing Gibney, Ind , 575. Jailer A. Christison, physically strouger than a woman, and, white republicans as though he had time is assured; and Owens will no hag IV M MIX; been In such violent contra 4 with Day- Ind., 730; W. H. Wilkinson, dem., C23. ordinarily, sho cannot defeud herself. doubt have occasion to see whether, as 12.50 SUITS AT 10.00 Been liberated for a consideration No moro can a President, or a Cabinet ton, that we hardly recognize ourselves in Assessor Japer Cochran, rep., 870; J. A. Siinroiu STSf kt liberated under n solemn contract by he charged, Blackburn does more the new role. What does it all mean, we Smith, C81. Coroner Scott Wilson, Ind., Minister, or most publio ofllcials. Eti10.00 SUITS AT 8.00 KENTUCKY LANCASTER, - - which ho is to be forever held indept-c- d talking and less fighting than any man ask again and again, and all that we can 181; J. D. Merritt, dem., 375; George quette commonly closes thoir mouths 9.00 SUITS AT 7.C0 in the country. rep., 188. Surveyor M. W. Penn, against tho most brutal calumny. They say is: PRAISE THE LORD. For first, to them in such n manner that ho Ind., 788; A. A. Wolford, dem., 2S2; John stand as publio targets, open to tho shot J01IX T. HHHU.NS, PltOPRIF.TOR. COO 8.00 SUITS AT must render perpetual service at the Senator. Ben Hill, who for the and foremost and best,we have the respect- Durham, rep , 327. For the school tax ful attendance and hearty support of the of every passer-b- y who has malico in his polls. It is not pleasant to be in debt last few months has suffered many 7.00 SUITS AT 6.50 preachers In great numbers, and from near- CCS; against school tax, 513. W. H. A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL under any circumstances, but to owe deaths of cancer of the tougue, ly all the different denominations. They Drown and Calvin Jeffers, both republi- heart. fi.OO SUITS AT In .my particular, Th patrona( ot tbe pu kite 4.00 Mind, wo aro now shaking of pera debt which can never bo paid, and to died at 0:15 A. m. Wednesday. Con- - take us by the hand, they hid us "God cans, were clfcted Justices of the Peace in sonal abuse only. Let there bo tho solicited, and tatlihctlon (uarintrcJ. havojtjtbrown into his lace every day scious of his approaching end, ho had speed," they thus encourage their people to this precinct. l and strongest criticism of pubMr. Linsey Weatherford and wife, frankest of his life, we insist, is a very unhappy arranged all his earthly affairs, and come, aud they give us unspeakable joy. lio men as publio men. If their measMrs. Vandyke and daughter, who condition for a human creature to be anxiously awaited the summons, ilia Would you believe it, I am invited to the and lot tho fact ures aro unwise or morning at lived on the Rolling Fork, near the Mariminister's meeting 8G.00 SHOES AT 15.00 placed iu. ,last words, before choking to death, 10 o'clock, and what ia more, I'm going "if on county line, all died with Flux last bo stated with all needful emphasis and STANFORD. KY. But- - however true it may be that were: "Almost home," which ho iteration. If thcro is good reason for 5.00 SHOES AT 4.00 week. Quite a uumber of other persons In the LORD wills." This answers the praythe republican party, as a party, did said in a distinct and audible tone. er of nearly six years standing, which 1 the same locality are not expected to get thinking them corrupt thoir conduct E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. 4.00 SHOES AT .1.25 mainly coutribute to tho liberation of He was born in Georgia, in Septem knew would be answered sooner or lacr. well. A number of our citizens have had should bo probed and investigated. But whilo a publio man is apparently trying Thia Old and Woll - Known 3 00 SHOES AT 2.50 the colored race, it is unblushing In the second place, we are holding ser Malarial Fever, and Marion Sweeney, Miss ber 1823, and no other man of his to do Ids duty every good, Uotol Still Maintains its for Kentucky republicans to State, except Stephens, has been so vices in one of the very first churches in Cora Whipp and Miss Ella Bowman are at conscientiously 2.50 SHOES AT 2.00 confined to their beds with it. citizen should regard an abusive personHigh Imputation, claim' auy credit lor it. For it is a honored as he, having been chosen to Indianapolis, in the heart of the city, not present AND Mrs. W. W. Brown had a severe chill on al attack upon him as on offenso against in a mission chapel, in an historical truth that 09 out of every fill nearly every office from the smallIts Proprietor ii Dotermined that place, where ono may speak for weeks be the morning of the 11th, aud died in about himself. it Shall bo Second to no Country 100 of them were strenuously oppoted est to the greatest. lie was a very fore Upon tlds point wo will relate two he is known to be there at all, and one hour afterwards, and was buried at Hotel in the State in iti Fare, to their emancipation, and that they successful lawyer, and had amassed n then for weeks more, before he can attract Rush Creek Church at 1 o'clock M. on small anecdotes. Wo noticed a whilo Appointment!, or Atten83.50 LADIES' SHOES AT 83.00 the 12th. She was a good Christian wo ago upon n friend's table, in a distant resented as an insult every intimation large fortune at tho practice of his a stream of hearers, seized from the tion to Comfort of their Oueitf. 3.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.50 that they favored it, and that they profession. His place will be bard to worn channels where men and women are man, and all who knew her loved her city, a copy of tho weekly edition of tho Mrs. Mary Whipp composed and handed London Times. Seeing our look of custubbornly persisted in this until forced fill, for he has stood nobly by the accustomed to drift from mere force of hab- us the following Daattasr nlllb.roas.isd to sad frox tsj.d.p.f 2 50 LADIES' SHOES AT 2.00 verses, which are very ap riosity, ho said : rrt.orckara. fc.rlal arromiocxLtloaa b tn it. This is an advantage not to be despisby Northern sentiment to acquiesce in South, ou every and all occasions. tol'oniBfrrlalTrattlrra. Th. liar will "Yes, I tako tho Times. I prefer to ed. And we are glad to start in at the propriate: 2.00 LADIES' SHOES AT 1.50 ilnaja tntill4 tilth th. rbolcstt it. These very Kentuckians, who are Stilt one lo Ufa sod ono In death, braada.r Llqaoraaad Clears. get my nows now by way of London. I Meridian street Methodist One In our lo ot rest sIxiTt; It 18 reported from Washington membership of over COO as a church, withthea now every day boasting of the liberacan afford lo tako only ono newspaper, nucleus of One In our Joy, our trust, our tilth, tion of tho negro as tho greatest that Jay Hubbell has refused to fur- meeting lhat will soon gather around that and in this ono I Jiavo my news without One In eneti olbrr's faithful lore. Vet, rouit we part, ind parting, weep, any 'personalities.'" achievement of the age, and who are nish any of the corruption fund for centre Thirdly, there is a glorious band of Wlut else has earth ferus in store f 82.25 LADIES'SLIPPEKS AT81.G5 If praying and working saints; the cream of Our other incident also occurred iu a cluiming, yea, demanding, the abject the Chalmers bolt in Mississippi. Suctnaois to Daugbcrtr A Itolairs, Our firs ell pangs, bow ihsip and deep, Western city, A gentleman retired from political servitude uf tho black man tli is is so, ho has found out that Chal- all the churches, who stand ever ready to 2 00 LADIES'SLIPPEKS AT. 1.50 Hut soon ws'lt meet to part no more. lend a helping hand ti any honest faithful busitiOHS was asked to bccouio a candiNTANI'OHD, - - KENTUCKY, on account of it every one of them, mers wont do to wasto money on, or MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 1.75 LADIES'SLIPPEKS AT 1.35 laborer In the vineyard of tho LORD, irre- date- for election to Congress. Hisreply, with a ruro .exceptions, opposed his ho has put out tho report himself to sfcllve of denominational lines. These Matii'iMcruairs or- lu substance, was this : Sam. M. Durdett. Editor. 1.50 LADIES'SLIPPEItS AT 1.25 liberation wftb ull their might when throw democrats off their guard. If we have, heartily, with us Thee are "You know how our publio men aro Jack Adam-- , Jr , sold tu Col. R.J. the question of his freedom was at its there is the ghost of a chance for Chal- "cupi of refreshment," which we rejoice W'lite, uf Madison, eUlit ho id of CMltlo for abused, aud why thoy aro abused. Now, Fine Carriages, Buggies, 1.25 LADIES'SLIPPEKS AT 1.00 mers, not only Hubbell's congressiou in, though never leaning nn them a mocrisis. $2o0 if I should accept your nomination, I Dot Qtiiun, who is charged with kill-ic- g might stand tho abuse myself, but I do Whativide'ucp have the Keutucky al committee, but tho administration ment. Only the dear LOUD will do to a man named Matthews at Livingston not want my children to read every republicans given the colored mau, also, will throw their influence and lean upon. Faith looks to Jesus, not to circumstances. We trust HIM alone for a some weeks ago, was brought here Wednes-ds- y morning in tho papers that their father .sincobis liberation, that they are his mouoy for liiiu. 84.00 STKAW HATS AT 83.50 glorious harvest. In recounting these merhy t lie sliirill of Laurel county and is a scouudrcl or a fool." Youth's Com special ami affectionate friend? What Jacoii got only 91 votes in Mor cies, we roust not neglect mention of the lodged in jail. Tho grand jury, now in panion, 3.00 STKAW HAT'S AT. 2.75 rnoro bavo the dono for him than the gan county, the ho me of Tom The session, will investigate the killing. Heury, "Fourth Eitate" the newspapers. 2.00 STKAW HATS AT 1.50 democrats havo done? Have they while the latter got 1581. This is four dallies are all favorable. The Jour The grand jury returned two Indict-uicnSO. LITE It ALLY for murder agajnst James IIho giveu him moro employment, or bet- pretty good evidence of how the peo- nal, (rep.) the &nfenel,(dein.)and the 'Jim A young fellow riding down a stcyp 1.50 STKAW HATS AT 1.00 and Amm, (both morning and A. 8. Henderson and William Ilyslnger, hill, doubting if tho foot ot it was hogter Kageu, assisted him moro when in ple regard him at home, and is tho evening) have all noticed the services One Indictment Is for the Killing of Mary 1.00 STKAW HATS AT .75 gish, called out to a clown that was AND PHAETONS. want or alllictton, or tu any way ox best endorsement we ever knew. His most kindly and continuously. Sigtuan, the other for the killing of Hetty ditching aud asked if it was hard at tho hibitcd moro genuine kindness and majority in the btato continues to .75 STKAW HATS AT .50. A ride through the city tho day after ar- SIgman. Tho defendants asked forsenarate bottom, sympathy toward him than democrats? climb as tho back counties aro heard rival, gave the Impression, strengthened by trials which was granted. Tho trial o "Aye," answered tho countryman, WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. And how havo they treated him po- from, aud it will not fall short of my subsequent jaunt, that Indianapolis is liishop was set for (Friday.) . "it is hard enough at tho bottom, I Wouauurartur. Carriages of all dfscrl'tloiis, a beautiful city; as elegant as Dayton, and Personal. Miss Lou Grant, a very warrant you." litically iu this State? What politic mnloTlog oulr workmen and uslm oulj material, aud aril at reasonabl. three times as large. Meridian street, the handsome young lady from Lancaster, is nl favors havo they cnufered upon him, Rut in half n dozen steps tho homo Dfurw- - airif, woraiuausuiiiancj material couald- The Boston Globe says: Tho New street for residences, Is only excelled by stopping with her father at the Joplin crvu, ii ij ifAuuiii.nii a: ll Till;. or ruther what political privilege havo to tho saddlo-girthwhich York democrats havo decided not to Euclid aveuue, In Clevelaud, among 'all House, lion. P. II. Thouituou, Jr., was sank up mado Uio young gallaut whip anil spur they permitted him to enjoy, save that attempt the repurchase of John Kelly. the lovely streets I have known fn Ameri- here this week shaking hands with the peo- andlittcr oaths. of votiugor theml A few days ago can travel. The ikmipIb aro moie like Ken- ple. Ha made a decidedly pleasant Imprest-ionAs Kelly gave all the proceeds of his "You rascal," said ho to tho dltchor, one of theio deluded men a very tuckians than any where we have been . Among the visiting attorneys pressale to the republican party, it docs "didst thou uot tell mo that it was hard north of the river, ent at Court are Capt. I). F. Ifolman, Manand respectable colored man of not look as if it would be particularly Ho things are cvlcui do row just now. The chester; Judge IVirl, London; Judge O. H. at tho bottom?" Garrard county was u candidate fur "Ay," sold tho ditcher, "but you profitable for tho democrats to pay LORD I good. HE knows how much we Martin, McKee; Judge M. C. Kiulley and thoofliceiof jailer, and tho mere fact aro not half way to tho bottom yet." could bear, and never crushes hU children; Hon. J, V. Alcorn, Stanford; Col. W. anything for his return. of hisTcaudiilacv throw the eutiro par only develops them, by the burdem laid on Lancaster; Judge W. O. Hansford H'jMrV1lHNBBVaiajH t' Tin: Bankers are iu Convention at them. In measure meted to their strength and V. F. Robbllt, Crab Orchard; Judge Liitlb drops of rain brighten tho ty into convuUious, and caused such J. mnitjlnwfl nfwl HHlit nftu it Lttilnndii t Full Iiq Ll UUAYTlSil and IILLkVS i iwj,.. dissensions and tcbismgas to occasion Saratoga. BRUCE, CO. D, and W. 8. Knott, Lebanon, aim cajiacny. Anu tin is ever uie waft ' rim -n raii (ia4sa. EMotjum- sumiM. brlButfla Uio world, ilia-hon- or Liabilities $10,000. Tlie fl prague Mansion at Oanonchel, 3C3T. wm aold at auction Tuesday, I17 onler of Frltlaj Morning, August 18, 1882 the trustee, to Frank I). Motilton, of New York, for fC2,2oO. The Rultan has peremptorily ordered W. P. WALTON, - EDITOR ArabI l'aaha to Uf down Ills arms. If he r.'fuscs, the Sultan will Icaie hint lo to - r Republican Contention. ilealt with ! tho Kngllali. Wo wrmii present at tho republican. The Oorernor has recelred another Inconvention held here on Wednesday, stallment of the Kentucky w,tr claim, and wens nn ntlcntivo observer of that amounting to $30,011 SI. This goes to the credit cfthe military nil. body,, ami wo tako plcosuro in testiThe n t National liank of Kewanee, fying to tho rcsxctablo appearance of III, was robbed of $10,000 on Tuesday its members, nnd to the orderly and The acting cashier and hla lady assistant, decorous manner in which they con after being gKRd and left In the Y&'lll, ducted the business before them. Evremained confined for about an hour. ery thing was dono decently nnd in One hundred and fifty millions of good humor, nnd apparently in perfect bomla liaye already Ixen surrendered by National Hanks harmony, and with loud manifestaatone, and there Is every reason to believe tions, whether genuino or assumed, the amount received from these bnnks will of enthusiasm nnd confldenco in a comaggregate nearly $180,000,000. ing victory. But tho pains taken by General Sir Garnet Woheley, with the the several eloquent speakers to belit-tl- i authority of the Khedlre, haa Issued a rovtnej recently smtaincd by tho proclamation to the people of Kgypt, whule object of the Ilriltlsh to party in Garrard, Lincoln, Madison restore the anthmlty of the Khedive. It and elsewhero, together with their vosays all peaceful Inhabitant will be kindly nnd ciferous treated, mosques will bo respected, and all about carrying the supplies paid for. General Wolsclry adds flag to victory in November, ton calm he will 1)0 glad to receive all chiefs who spectator, did seem to betray n are disposed to assist in suppressing the rebellion. their part of immediate The convention held at Mt. Sterling necessity for offering consolation to by the democrats broke up In a row. There the killed and wounded in the lato was such a fight between the Adams and "Airmish." Whether u party Kendall factions that It took three hour to which has just been whipped, routed, elect a permanent chairman. Finally a Jon Blackiiuhn and Will Owens small faction bolted drew off from the main run over, pulverized nnd scattered in opened the canvass for the congres- body, passing resolutions in favor of J, W. o several counties, where they have sional nomination in tho soventh dis- Kendall for Congress. The main conven had their own way, can bo made trict Monday. Blackburn led off, and tion, which evidently favored Matt Adam happy nnd confident again by tho his effort was mainly a re- passcil a resolution calling primary pre mere declaration that their drubbings view of his service in Congress and cincts for the 17th to determine what can' were received in a tkirmith, remains tho good things he had done for the didate tho Montgomery county democracy to be seen. However that may be, will support. Otfens followed and dovot-e- d wedarosny there is many a mutilated country. "PRAISE THE -- ORO." an hour to about as salty talk as and used up republican, who iNMANArOLII, IND., Aug. 1 1th, 18S2 .Toe ever listened to, nnd it is heartily curses himself for going into windy Diar Interior: said that he fairly squirmed in his I have been through Indianapolis a score that skirmish, and who will STAITFOBD, .lefeat of the party in that county. Docs this look like gcnuino friendship for tho negro, and a sincere desiro to clovato him in tho scale of manhood, on tho part of tho whito republicans, or docs itlook liko down. right unadulterated hypocracy? Now and then a hollow compliment is paid to ono of tho raco for political effect, but caro is always taken that nothing of a substantial or valuablo naturo is given him. A notable in stnnco of this kind was tho selection of Geo. W. Gentry, of this county, as thoir candidalo for Elector in 1881 a position without any compensation or real valuo whatever. And thoy oven denied to him in that case, tho privilege of acquiring such distinction as ho might here, and as men in such positions always do, by canvassing tho district. Wo venture to say thero is not another Instanco on record where a candidate for elector failed to make a singlo speech during the entiro campaign for which ho was appointed. Surely it is high timo that theto colored pcoplo were opening their oyes to tho outrageous manner in which they arc being duped by their alleged benefactors, and high timo for them to emancipate themselves from tho political slavery in which thoy aro being held. ota1 NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Geo. Title, Ins Dtcrinff, assign!. train dealer t IOiih "AtVr the itrm a culm, After lha bmlM a llni, Anil stl brief unol tn the Lord's fool time, And the tlfh becoms a psalm." 1 11 The "House Ikaiitlfiil" with Its "Cham-bu- s follows of Pence, faring the clotty on the "Hill of Difficulty" and the grim "lions" In the pathway. PRAISE TIIKLORD We board at the Occidento carry us tal Hotel, with a street-ca- r within a square of the church, In bad weather, or walk of five squares in good. This we prefer during this delicious October weather, which haa somehow or other, crept into August. Pray tor us. Ever In Geo. O. 11a rtmx Jesus, I school-hous- hero-tofor- place yesterday looking for a farm. W. R. whole of the Commonwealth's docket has Cook will leach school at theMsple Swamp been disposed of and yet there his not been a jury trial, Tho case of the CommonMiss Robinson brought her organ to Lambert Thompson, for larceny the M. E. Churck last Sunday, and she and wealth vs. Wednesday nnd a jury selected Mr Rice, of Cincinnati gave us some nice was called The esse was then pospou etl to await the music for the Sabbath School, of Col. T. Z Morrow, who Is the Daniel Skidmore fell ofT a slump and arrival chief counsel. The case of the Com. broke his arm. On the same day II. W. deft'a monwealth vs W. O. Smith, for murder, Long had his leg broken just above the anwas filed with leave, the principle, and In kle by jumping outof avragon during a run fact the only important witness for the fell in such a position that the away. Ho State having gone to Texas. The Nunnel-l- y -a wagon in going overpuncheon bridge murder cate from Pulaski was on yesjumped on his leg, crushing the bone terday's docket with poor prospects for a through the skin nearly two inches. He Is trial, tin chief prosecuting witneiw Mng In a very precarious condition and his phynen td. The trial of the two Colin, now In sician says amputation alone can rave him the Stanford jail, who are Indicted for manLatek. He died Wedneadty night. slaughter, Is set down for next Tuesday. CASET COUNTY. The esse against Robert Randall, for murder, waa continued. The grand jury have Liberty. Our School Cominiwioner has conclu- indicted Thomas Moore for manslaughter. ded to hold nn Institute, nnd it rill begin Moore, it will bj remembered shot John weeks ago on the first Monday in September, and con- Burton in a difficulty here sjme Burton has since died of his wounds. Moore tinue four or five days. Every teacher in haa left the county. the county Koxpected to attend. AHVSK Or rVBT.tC JfJTJV. was in town last Sunday. Miss Mattie Tho pcoplo of freo countries ought to Coffey is with Miss Sallie Tanner, at and will take In the Association. lo particularly cousMorolo of tho repuMrs. Dodd, of Lincoln, Is visiting her tation of publio men who aro faithful to daughter, Mrs. John Cabbell. thoir trusts. Such mou aro tho peoploVi The difficulty in which old man Mil- servants, whom they havo cltosou, anil ton Woods was killed was brought about who aro doing thoir work. If therm men Highland. A'X"L'OHN33V A.T IT.A.-W- , Horn to the wife of J, W. Long, a girl health has improved wonderfully since then. DANVILLE, KY., a few days ago. Will He Is now looking and feeling better than count: prarlle In tba Courts of Itojl sod adlolnlnf and In the Court of Appeala. Mr. McNally of Michagan was at our than he has been for wtiVs. Neatly the , LINCOLN COUK'TT. Mr. "ugh Smith, of Lanoaster, and Mr. W. M. Howard, of Kut llernsttdt, were here lhl this week. Jildg county, has formed a law partnership with Col. N. D. Miles, of Nlckolssvllle.andwill He had a leave for that place long experience at the bar here, is a mano and tho good good buslncM attainments, wishes of the people here go with him lo his new home. Circuit Oo urt convened Monday morn of Judge Owsley, Ing. In the absence Judge James G.Carter was elected special' judge. The grand jury was charged hy Col. R. C. Warren, C omnonwialili'si Altor ney. Judge Owiley a rrlved Monday afternoon and has presided since. At the time, of his arrival lie was quite unwell, but his rRorraMOKAi., T. w. ATTKUNIIYH sTANronn, tines In Owsley A vaasox wil.nca a. vsaaoif. T. W. ft W. B. VAItNON, .A.T ky. Ann's new lnill.llnn-i- ip ilalrs. SUMMER CLOTHING -- ATTOIINIIY A.'V I.ANCASTKll, KY. TUOMAU II. O. KAOTFMAN, Msiter Oommlutaner and (Vmnty Attorney. Will prattles In all lh I'onftiof (larrard and IJflnlnf eenntles snd In the Court of Appeals. HTANrOHt), KY., Will praclle In thsOeurts el this ami sillnlnlnf raunilesand Inlli OmiM of Appmls. flltles In Owiley A Non's nsw bulldliht-- up stairs A'J."L':lirsJ12V r. uiEl, Jll., A.'J' TjA."V, ALEX. ANDRHHON, A.rr. MAHTHHUON PEYTON, i,j-- ACTUAL COST! jv.mm.n MllkllTY. KV Will practice In all IhsUourtaof Caey and ad- Ol Appeals. inn ixu muuiin, nun prrlil attention f Iren in collections, Oraco of er to IU T. rterro'a store. ir jp KxiHinan AT jTjA.'XV. rtinraaarrouNTV. Dlt. J. STANFORD, from S tn a. OAltl'ENTEH, KKNTUCKY Many of tho Weights r. Offlceoter KoM. H. I.ylle's store, OrBcs hours $i snd 7 to P. M. Aro HouYy Enough J. J. WILaON, l35N'l'IHT. RTANt-'OIlD- For Extreme Win-toKY. " Offlre and KealJrnee, Upper Main 81. HTANKOItt), KY. South aids Main Utrett, two doors abets mi .tijrra iioiu. Pure Nitrous uxld (lis administered when required. eH T. HUFFMAN." HUItOliON I J3r"jriM'X Oflre It. U. Mr. Samuel Mounts, of Hustonvllle, STTmll Will U In Hlanbrd two weeks ofeirh ruonth.froiu drat Monday. Dental rooms In St. Asaph Hotel, oir MeA'Ister A llrllol's. tSrotlcn.l AlUncaitrr two weeks of each tuootli iroui third Monday Dental rooms In Mason House. Purs nitrous oild gsw administered when nTTKiarr, 46? i:ntv'rif-t'r- . MOHQAN, D. D. Men's Single Sole & Low-C- ut B. Shoes and Ladies' Low-Cut Shoes & Slip- If pers at Cost to Reduce MT. TV.tlMIX jlllYr.UTIMIXKXTK. NAM SI. y ATTO ItUKIfXTT, Stock. RN EY Mt. Vornon, Ky. AT LAW, 'Tis Early Itlch-mon- d, VAKIjKTY NTOKE a deduction for Fall our and it d ST.ASAPHHOTEL Slaughtering dif in and our - t n. is J HOUSE! rt, H-- lf MYERS HOTEL, 1- Daugherty&Hyde la CO,-00- 0. flrst-cla- nrst-cla- s, do-ce- Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Shoes and Hats in Same Proportion. sM - WARREN& i. 8 tllU-O- J Tnr D. Klaus' $2 calf skin liooln. Juat rerelvnl a new line of buggy wagon RAOS. IN CONVENTION. lirn.i and W. T. (Ireen. . .IIIM Friday Mornlnff, ,,, -- August 18, 1882 Li " N, IOCAL TIME LAID. North-...,. I, art NoTicti. All account duo Hale A Kunnclley not aettled by September ISlh, will le placed In llio hand ofanofllcer. A. T. Nunneiler. IlAiinis A Dawson havn nt received IS ton of Ij'ke Ice. which they will nell In ainaii ioi ai i) rem per pouno. .... ci ii H icaiunauie .!.. 1. 11- - vim ... t. u" ......11. TCMiiiii) miK" uln term. Thny atlll aelt manufactured Ice at 1 cent per pound. -- PaiHCgfr train (0 A. M. 8oulh.. LOCALJjOTICCS. .3 t r. m I llur Penny .V McAIIiter's. Knurr Jam In any style, and at your price at MoAllater A Ilrlglits. CiitKH Mima Borglium Mill and for aale d A. Osrsle y, Loveiu of (lood Tea will find the Lett In the city at Penny A MoAllatc r's. Watoiikm, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted by l'enny A McAllster. Wantf!),--Count- ry lucon. litlirot market price In cauli paid, McAllster A Ilrtght. Pubis Allien Fruit Vlneear. bent In the world, for rale only by McAllster A l!rl;lit. You will find the bent and h rent cigar In town at Penny A McAllster'. J. II. A H. II. Shanks are recelvine and ojienlni; a nice new lot of Zelgler She low cut. A rui.I. lino of California Canneil Hood, Including Apricots, (irapcn, Pears, IVachea and Keg Hum at McAlUter and Jlright'K. evsi-orato- , Uriel's. John IlAOOAiiii,agei SO, wa on yeter Halt, Lime ami Cement ronslanlljr on day united in marriage to Mr, l'ermelia hand a A. Owsley's. the Congressional Committee, called the I not much over half that Nr.w stock of Jewelry and Hllvrrwaro at Anderon, who meeting to order, and without I'Alfrniof Penny . MoAllnler. Ki.r.vr.x roujun Sugar for $1 at McAI-Ist- , Nominated lor Cengrttt In Short Order. The republican have met, reioluled and offered up their little lamb for sacrifice, the little lamb that Phil Thompson will burn on the altar, with no hand to stay the conflagration. The name of the little anl-mi- l I William O. Ilradlcy, the same that Judge Durham so Ingloriomly defeated for the same position, on two memorable occa sion,and the same that N destined to be "snowed under" worse than ever before. The way the nomination wa acconv plishcd I about M follows: At 3:15 r. M, Wednesday, Mr. J. S. I.lnney, Chairman of If", O. Bradley INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! J. PERSONAL Mti-LucvTayi))!, of Itlchmond, la with MIm Minnie Crow, Miw. J. S. Bins ban returned from a visit to her parent at Mavsvllle. Mn. K. :. Mcltoitruw, of Glarleavllle arrived on a vlstl to hi parenli yesler day. Mil. Kkith Larki-.y-, of liloonilng-toIII., la guest of Mr. J. J. Mcltoh-eru- . n, MimMoi.uk Callahan, of in visiting Misses I.Utie and I ton son. Lexing-on- , Wil- Mim JnjiMu CAiirnxTRii Isfast recovering from a two month' sickness of the trphold fever. MlNH Mahy Lcxian, after a aliert viait to her mother, left for her homo In Louisville Wednesday. he i greatly ilistrcd at the deplorable occurrence. He I a bright and manly fel low of 13, raised by a mother who ha spared no pains to direct him aright, and and quiet hi lepiltation a a boy, is well established. The mother is , the father sorethe time, and only manage by dint of hard nearlr and in their trouble, they have ly distrcs-H'd- , labor to pa sli or eight week out of the the tyraptthy of (very person who ha year at their own home. learned of the sad affair. and HeiJ, prominent belle in Stan-for- d society, and MIsse Mattle and Bessie Fogle, who are generally tuppofed to rciide in Lebanon, lut whose company is so sought after by admiring friend In other place that they are kept on the more nearly all brokrn-lioartrd- Mich Katk iir.nitiTT, a lismlsouia young Udr from I.anriter, I the guest of Mrs. Geo. II. llruce. Mis lUrrin KRUniK, of Munticello, It with her !itr, Mr. I) I). lUmlr.tton who iill continue quite ill. Mr. (1. W. Duiniriuti, and 8. I. Iloyd.of 8ottille, III., are jilting Mr. James DuuMerar and other relatives. Mr. Iloa-leI). reort that the corn crop in hi State for 40 the pooret Mfwra L,urv Huiito, Mary Ilrown, hours, and IIIsliop bantered Fowler for a Annie Ilrown, Florence Trueheart, Cornle fight. When school broke, they passed out Cooer, I)aiy llurnslile, Sue Htlrn and and Ilisbop coning up behind Fouler, Mm. IS 1 Osraler, chaperone.1 by Mr. struck him a. blow. Fowler who wa whit Ilobt. McAllster, hare gone to the moun- tling at the time, throw hi knife back and entering between the r!ln over the heut,it' tain on recreation and deaure bent. Ilishop fell, and died in an Instant. No A Hockcartli: Spring coresiiomlonl the Courier Journal ay that the bouijuet of one suppose that there wa any Intention beauty there consists of MiMe Letlle Helm on the part ol Fowler to kill the bor, and yer. attempting age. The gloom hail from llockca.tle, a speech, stated that he had been directed and hi new bride make the fifth that he to put In nomination the Hon, Vincent ha taken to hi lied and board, while hi Ilorelng, of London, for temporary Chair wife ha had one other hunhand. man, He wa chosen, and conducted to A fpiiciAL train will run from London the platform by Mess. Denny and Gentry, to Junction City next Sunday, leaving there and after speaking a short piece, got to tODOAH, panning here at 3 30, and arriv- business, Mr. Cardwell, of Mercer, wa ing at ita destination at 10 o'clock. The made temporary Secretary. On motion of train i for the benefit of those who with to Judge (leorge Denny, the member of the attend the Camp Meetlng,and only half fare republican press were made assistants, and will be charged, which I 25 cent from the representative of the democratic pre Stanford and hack. The train return at invited to seat on the platform. On a call of counties the delegate namS I'. f. ed of their number, Committee on CreTllKCnmmiuioneni of the Cumberland dential and lutes, Orpanfttllon and It. It. for thia county, met here on Wedne-day- , The name of the gentlemen a partial discussion of the and after coinKslng them would bo published hereplan of operation, and the appointment of with, but tbo Secretary could not furnish a Oro. II. MoKlnney and W. 1 Walton to Hit of them. When the cntnmittees had correspond with the commlaslonera of the retired, Judge Denny, in a itrj flattering varioua other comities through which the sjxecli, moved that Hon. William Casslua road I to pars, adjourned to meet here Ooodloe be requested to address tho meet again on Saturday, 2Ctli, at 2 v. M. The Ing. That gentleman offered an amendcommissioner for tbl Co. areCapt. J, II. of Shank, John O. Neal, K. L. Tanner, Col ment, however, substituting the name Denny in place of his, and declining for W.O. Weloh, Capt. CI. II. McKlnney, J. the present, for several reasons, to speak W. MeAli.ler, J. J. Dryc and W. 1'. Wal-tohimself. Tho amendment waa adopted, and the Judge made nne of hi fiery, offr of Danville failed to hand speeches, in which, among other put in an appearance Wednesday after, things, he promised that Garrard should noon a agreed, but our second nine deter- never again disappoint the faithful. This mined on having a game, challenged the i "biting off mueb more than he can first nine, and minOiile diclu, beat them 20 chaw," hut he bad to say some thing of the to 0, notwithstanding the first nine had n kind to brace himself up to the distasteful professional pitcher In the ieron of Mr. J. dishof crow that Ilradley Is, no doubt, to W.Huntley, of the Dramatic Company him. Gen. Fry rext addressed the Con bearing hi name. The first nine wish it vention, and went through the usual stersaid, however, that they had only five of eotyped expressions. their regular players, and that they let the Pending his remarks, tho Committee on second nine have their pitcher. Ituth's Kesolutlon' reported Hon. Logan McKee Ilrass Ilnd of the Huntley troope, wa on for jiermalient Chairman, and A. It. the ground, and kindly furnished some Dyadic, of the Mountain Jlcho, Secretary. splendid music, for which the boy desire Mr. McKee made a neat little speech acu to return their hearty thank. knowledging the honor, and pledging his Killing. Wednesday loyalty. The other committee reported, Unioiitunaik but owing to a misunderstanding, no report afternoon, Charley, the little son of Dr. on rule wa made. Col. J. K. Faulkner Clifton Fowler, slabbed and Instantly killed remedied thi trouble by suggesting that Ilishop,eon of Mr. another little boy, the rule governing the House of RepreS IIIsliop jThe fct a weget them are that sentative! be adopted a the rule of the the boy who were attending Mr. J. L. Convention. The Committee on Iltsolu-lio- n school, quarrelled during the school 1 .TiiK.Srx-ONliNlN- Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and "Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of "Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, H0BT. S. LYTIE. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India PENNY & McALISTEK, AM NIjTVEIUVAKK PENNY I3E3:-f- a & ThoLAEGEST STOOKof WAT0HES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. RMAOISTS DEaLXa IK McALISTER , FANCY ARTICLES. Pharmaceutical I'rrparsllons a specialty. DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY Pbyilclana' Prescriptions securstely compounded, ACENTSAREMAKiriQuiuuiunio ah, U.utU. I I.ll-WfWl ftinn Swt.M t PER MONTH SELUI6 M mMt Mmfll wwt .... 1m.c is annus trMiiat mrM,Ctil'. tv.rr trmr B4f Ik il la tl , 4IM r iIhim, .t?imm, rtMdlM. Ottr 1.000 H... ulr bntit, tw4lf, irtlai.K, ! Illfkl, ltorawl sr nab Ml.nl .rtklUM ta tat fT"..!, YIrr.IJ,at, ssS SMrurv r ralladalshl. Si ' V.ml.ar M. fa. fnlt fuMI-vlSSSr - .a UTlflf ABft SJBQ.L, SI wTat.HI., fISf IMSITI, O. n1 .1 .DIMM. .M ltlt iioTDiTcn mnnmnuo illuoiiihilu uiuuivuuum ii i cmp Dnfifl H. C. RUPLEY, SXANF01t, KY., first-cla- tr We have several ol those kind of asses here, wo regret to say. A motion to ad journ carried at the conclusion of Good loe' speech, and after three cheer for the nominee, the truly loll n to shake the dust of the city from their feet. lung-testinbi-ga- NOTES. The American Flag was conspicuous and Editor Murphy waa happy. Pictures of Qarfield, Lincoln, Grant and Arthur were prominently displayed. It wa the lagost district, convention of the kind ever held in the State, nearly every county being represented and some by a many as 25 persons. Accustomed as we are to seeing our LinFirst-Cla- ss coln county, republican, we were surprised SEW ADYMtTlSEJIK.ITX. to see such a good looking body of men Matina the bed and theapest implement eter vroducaL The newspaper men In attendance were Ky. Institution for the Blind. every crop cultivated. David A. Murphy and K. C. Kewlin of the Danville Tribune, J.S. Moore, of the Lou sesMon This Institution will open Its fbrtjr-fnext It la earnestly isville Commercial; A. It. Dyche, of the on His Ith dar or tobeil'ilrsl that every blind chlM between seien Mountain Echo; and J. P. Cozine, of the ami elirht Tears of aire, canablo of rcceltlnc In there and belt It horns just one day. He ays that thu corn is so low out there that Takes this opportunity of thanking hla patrons In Stanford and viilnlty for tbelr liberal support, and hopes to retain It, aa he has selected a itock thlsearly In the teaion, before being called the hoppers can stand on their hind legs aver, and It oil the tassell. and eat A few mornings since a Mr. Alex Hick wa driving down the hill on the From the teat of Foreign Makers. They will be cut and male In style. Ills motto Is: Danville pike, coming into town, a broken Cutting snd Repslrlng neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." shaft that had been wrpaped came loose stuck In the horse's tide and caused him to To sow cram tn corn land or any ordinary land, no melioration it needed vhcre Mil imrJement run off. In hi flight he kicked all of the it wed; limply drire into the field and go to work feeding. front part of the spring wagon, and threw Mrs. Hicks, and her little girl out against the fence, broke one of Mr. Hick's arms, bruised her head and right side until they were blsck. The little girl was not hurt much. Comprises Everything that is Wow. flrat-cla- T7I3CE! HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements Combined in One. ALBIOlNr An implement that it indumrnmhlr. in Shelby Sentinel, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. LOCAL HATTERS, Knr.Mi line of Fall calicoes at K. I. Ows- ley's. Fttrau lot of T. breakfast bacon and dried I beef at V. Oreeii'e. Tiietrial of Charley Fowler at Huston ville. Tun caiis killed for K 1'. Wood, $126. set for a fine young abort horn that wa appraised at m - A good young printer To I'niNTBiw can get steady employment by Immediate application to thia office. A YOUNG man rode a bycicle from D.n-Tilhere yeaterday afternoon in fi" minutes. The diatance I 10 miles. le my entire atock of Summer at greatly reduced price for the next thirty day. J W. Hayhen. Lamus, call and examine the light running New Hume Sewing Mschlne, (lie best in the worlJ, for ante at Chenault, Herer I good offek ance A Co'a. A NICKU company of ladle and gentlemen, than compose the Huntley TroUe do not tread the board. They are an honor to the profefion, and in point of beauty, the ladle are excelled by none. We unlieltalingly pro Amusementh nuunce the Huntley Company one of the beat, if not the very beat Dramatic Com erer in Stanfoid. Kch member of the troupe poaneaae moretliHii ordinary ability) while the three dara, Mis Florence Kennc-dr,aMeiwr. J. II Huntley and John I), lllaladell, are ariiat of an order rarely acen in the nualltr town. In their open. Ing play, "Divorced," they were dimply grand, and held their audience a if Kennedy' Ml oitrayal of the wronged though loving wife, Mia Ada Murray' conception of the cold hearted demon, who wrecked her own life and that of two other, in her love of money and Mia ero picture Cecil Cotton' Bailie Todd, from lite that were drawn with remarkable correctneM, whllo the Frank I'arraday of Mr. Huntley, the David 1'aulding of Mr lllaladell, the M. T. Mugg of Mr. George' Ober,the uncle Dorwent of Mr.lt. Itannom, and the Joe l'lummer of Mr. A. Palmer, could scarcely have been Improved upon. It wa a beautiful play, moat attractively preaenled, the ladle appearing In rich and coally costume, "We have not the apace at thia late hour to write as much a we would Hke'of the play lat night, "Woman' Budice (t loay, it waa fully up to the high character of the Drat perfor niance, and that It elicited the warmeat It I a pleaaure to have audi a company vliit ui, and wo hope they will Javorua again before very long. pa-ni- a apell-boun- As Il.LUaTitiTtVCof the woea that beset a country editor, wo will state our experience for one week: On Monday morning nur buiinea manager having gone to Mt. Verbeing aick and non, and two compositor one on a drunk, wc found ourselve with but two printer, neither of them able to do a man' work, and nine colli in of matter to set. This looked bilious for the prospect nf Retting out a paper on time, but by dint of unceasing labor all day and mint wa put to press, at CSS all night, the A. M , and ready for the mail by 8.30. Worn nut with 23 hour of continuous work we were congratulating ourtTlvea on it being almost over, when a new man at the work of handling the forms, pled a whole one, and the thousands of type lay in a confused and disgusting mas ninn the lloor. Header, did you ever see any printer' piT No! Well, don't hanker after it. Job would have talen hi wife' ad vice had such an affliction been added' to hi sorrow a to pi 40,000 typ.e. A whole day wa consumed getting the type aborthad gotten ed. One of the aick printer better by this time, and relumed, but yesterday our force waa again cut down by a sudden- - attack of aiekne of ourbusineaa manager, upon whom we had nlwaya relied In a case of emergency. Theio were many other minor vexations, which we will not detail, all of which are convincing argument that the worst hell a matority of ui can encounter, is right here on earth. ional District in view of the long line of Illustrious achievement of the republican party, the preservation of the Union, the freedom ol every nun beneath the flag, restored national credit, sound currency, and an u n pa railed prosperity and progress, do declare: 1st. Our devotion to the principles of the parly, and a determination to stand shoulder to shoulder until every citizen of this land shall have the right to cast hi vote unterrified and untrammelled. 2nd. That we favor a tariff which while it afford a revenue, wilt likewise protect the American laborer from the pauper wage of foreign land, and will cherish and protect all the diversified interests of our country. 3rd. We hereby denounce the conduct of the democracy in the present Congress for the manifestation of hypocracy regarding a reduction in tariff and taxes, in reference to which they proved them-elvutterly incompetent during aix year of control in both Houses of Con gress. reorted as follows: Tin: Itrpublicans of the 8lb Congress- per 4th. We heartily condemn tho action of the late imbecile democratic majority in the Legislature of Kentucky, for failing to provide an effective and liberal system of common school education, and in squan dering the people' money in the creation of usele and unneceimy offices, and othWe are unaltenbly opposed to erwise. bringing the labor ol Inn tvnllenllary convicts into competition with that of the working meu nf honest and the State. Gill. We favor the passage of such legia lation by Congre' is will appropriate the nioceedi of the Bile of the public lands, in proportion to the illiteracy of the several State, to the education of our people, irrespective of color. 7th. Wu deeply sympathize with this nation, by reason of the untimely death of our lato (Jliiel Magistrate, and pledge ourselve to support President Arthur, in whom we hereby express our perfect confidence. lien D'or has been sold to Wm. Conner, for 210,000. Geo. Holmes sold a plug horse to Andy Hice for $S0. It. II. Uronaugh sold to Harry Dunn 3 heifers at l cents. Geo. W. Alford bought of a Pulaski party 3 mules for $5S0. It. H. Ilronaugh sold to Jessie Fox, 12 600 pound cattle at S3.S0, and one horse mule at $100. Foil Salb. I desire to sell my Hay Press, and 75 tous of hay. Term easy. F. D. Albright. In Cincinnati cattle are in demand at from $250 for common to $7 for best ship per. Hog are steady at $7 70 to S8.S0. Sheep are quiet at 2 to 1; Iambs 4 to 0J cents. Hon. Kobt. Plain sold to WakcGeld, Karris A Allen, to be delivered between the 1st and 5th of September, 12 head old cattle, to weigh 1250, at 5 cents; C do 1150 at IJ; 1 fine 2 year-olsteer for $50, and other steers at $20 to $22. Lexington Court. 500 cattle on the m irket and the demand universally good. The best oilered brought $5.25 per cwt,; common S4.60 to $1.C0; South Kentucky and Tennessee stock brought 3 c to 4 c; yeailinga $27 to $30 per head; calves $18 to $22; common heifer $18 to $22 or 3c and 3 jc per iound. The best horses brought $C0 to $100. Mules were in good demand; broke mules sold at $100 to $175; one lot of yearlings brought $77 75 cent per head. d struction, will bo Induced to take advantage of tu ereai laciiiuea ouered ny in uimiuonweaun of Kentucky for obtaining a valuable education. Hoard and tuition protldeJ by the State. Address II II. IIUMOUM, guiwrlnicndent of lha Inilltullon T. N. 111'.'.!.. I'rraldeut of tholkardof Truateea of the In- 7'M tllutlon for Educating the Blind NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposal, will 1 received by the Direct-o- n of lha Stanford A rreacheravllle Turnpike Co, until noon Annual 2. 1SS2. for the construction ol The Albion Spring-Too- th Sulky Hsrrowsnd Seeder the proposed turnpllto road from near Stanford to For lot money titan required to obtain a grain drill, tMieA can only be utilized in one crop rrcacbrravlllr, the work U) la conatructcd In aec- loss, according to apeclncs-tlon- s thit implement can be had, vhieh tcill put tn all hindt llonaofoneiiilleor oftmall grain in the very bett manner of IniMnerr O. T Wallace, which mar tcith lets labor than the best grain drill made. l found at the Farmeis National flank of lett time and contractors will bo required to beStanford. The gin work, In gook faith, by September I, 1882. and complete It by July I, 1883, and to give aatlafic-tor- y security for piformance of contract. The ijjuiiiany rcaerrts rignc to reject anr or an uius, r Stanford, Aug. 17, 1832 j.j m:wi,ami, 1 4 I'rcaldent, EXECUTOR'S SALE! Aa Executor of Jamea II. Parsons, dee'd. I will on the Mel 1MN2, sell to the highest iiMder, ids rami ou wiiicii ueceoem iit-e- d, contslnlog SO Acres of producllre Land, with comfortable liuprorements; also 35 Acroa ol Land rTTTVnT ' Jas jag1 ffi.i ff til lying near the above These landa are in a good -, x&jzr. ' neighborhood, conrenleat to schools, churches. .sr- &c. I will also sell at the same time the follow Ins roslllon of Iccth and Lever while at work. IS luirrelsof Corn, about 40 buahela pereonalty -OI l ueat, ZSiacES Olliar, ooa 27!i by detaching the Seeder you hate the best Harrow in the vorld, one that tiarc, 2,000 cut Shluglcs. I Ug Plow, 1 Saddle, Ac. in once noinn over the mound than an oidinarv harrow uill tn a dozen, besides The neraonaltT will be sold ou a credit jtr fatter and Kith more ease of Ihree months, wllh Interest, on all aims 110: under that amount, cash. The land will be d sold for cash, th remainder to be raid In C and 12 niontha, (U1 Installments, aud to liar Interest nt the. rate ot G ler cent, from date nnyofNepf., rl.i1 'uJfjr - Sriawgreft'1'' JJf ' giaajrVS1 T JL J. .rSi'!SS&ZZ& -- ju mil do mure irori doina the work on ArproTedaeciitlly wllllio niulred of purchaser utb real and persons!, and a lien retained on the land lor the purchase mor-ey- a- - Sale to lake .. .... I -- . . .1. uu .1.. 1'iciuino, ... liiv iik. Eiccutor, .... avY Ky. Agricultural & Mechanical ASSOCIATION LINCOLN COUNTT. OF AbSOCU- RELIOIOUS. write that ho and Kill. Allen jlallou oouducted a nine day' meeting at Mentonville, County, in which ten person confessed and were bapKid. Martin Onen Ca-e- tized. The annual 8tuta,DiCi!tIng of thu Christian Church of Kentucky will be held in Mayavllle Aug. 29th. Delegate who expect to attend aro requested to send their name to Kid. J. II. llriney, Mayavllle, at on co. In the last five year, the Northreu Presbyterian Chutch haalucreased ita ministry 311, Ita ohurche 591, It communimemcant 80,522, and ita Sunday-Schoo- l bership 72,416. It contributions for all causes was $8,295,301 iu 1877, agulnet in 1882. The Southern 1're.by-teri- e liaVe gained in the same time 37 minister, 132 churches, 9,228 communl- cants, 7,002 Sunday-Schoo- l scholars, and its contribution Increased from $1,030,071 to $1,130,133 M, IQII a BaulUy lojU to $100 Alderny cow WCCK, near Tumemvllle Wayne, for $0,126. DrlWi II, O, hi farm Oann, of 8th. To the foreuolng platform, and the nominee of this convention, we pledge our hearty support. These were adopted with a aliou., and nomination being now in onler, Oeu. W. J Landram arose and read from manuscript a very fulsome, yet well written piece, nominating Mr. W. O. llradly. It waaunonf those kind of nomination in which, after a column of eulogy, the name of the nominated appears, away down at the bottom. Mr. John W. Yerkes, of Iloyle, one of the brightest a well aa the handsomest young republican In the district, seconded the nomination in a sjiecch that for beauty of wording and elegance of delivery, la rarely aurpawed. Mr. Yerkes i a rising yo'jng man, and It la a pity he run with such bid company. A second second to the nomination came from Mr. Shelby, of Italian!, and waa an effort that caused the speaker to perspire through his After all thia waste of woolen coat. words, Judge Dennyeelng that there were no further nomination", moved that Ilradley' nomination be made unanimous, and It was, with a cheer that shook the building. Col. Ilradley was notified of hi nomination by three gentlemen, who found and escorted him to the platform. He accepted the honor, made some beautiful promises, and tried to explain the whyi and wherefores of the late rcvete republican defeat In bl own county. Call were made for Col. Goodloe, and he responded in a speech of much warmth and force. He told the hoys that they had no oh lid's work before them; that Phil Thompson was brave, popular and cloquanl, but by a pull together, the district could be redeemed. One of the best things he said in speaking of the Stalwart aud Half llrccda was, that you could alwaya puta man dowu as an aas of aase who proclaimed that he wa a Stalwart. THIS ANNUAL FAIK of Smith A THUCtli series), will lie held oa the grounds of tlon (new Montgomery has dissolved, Smith retiring. the Association at Mr. Montgomery is now going it alone. . 33. and found We visited his machinery Beginning a number of men, women and boys busily engaged In manufacturing and baling as OX TUEMli.tY, AUGUST 20tli, nice a lot of shingles as it has been our And continuing five days. privilege to examine. H. P. KINKEAD. SECRETARY. W. II Oooch, Sr., who has been acting as station agent here, received a blank last week for reporting the kind, condition and WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED. number of cars as well as name of conductIf yon Intend to gu tho JJcw Edltiou of or and number of train received from, tu be WoDster's Unabrldcod Dictionary, filled at noon on &"unuViy, by actual examiNOW." nation of cars on hand at station. This Ilillv pointedly declined, and so notified theSupt., at the same time tendering his resignation. The consequence Is, we have no agent here, and must go to McKlnney for all billing for shipments from this point. Ourtick are improving. Mr. C. Jones, who has has been confined to his bed for several weeks with typhoid fever, I again on foot. Little, Ora and F.t hel Gooch, who rVn Wrtivtcr'a 1'najTirltlgei.i, rFO IK. have been suflering from congestion of the ihowlmr the lalueot ui m f i i IIKI'IMTIONS 11V ILU'STKATIONH. lungs, are slowly Improving. We learned i ter in di r tho 111 uonli, 'flu i,i, inr i yesterday of the death of a daughter of T, Itvrr. Iliiile.. .utli', lullllim, I , llursr-, Itiiirlin, Molding, J . and M. O. Gooch, near Wajnesburg. She jougi-- II I mil ., Mrnui rnutiio, Milpa, 'Jim-brUU ik N ui I, mm was a diur little niece of the writer, and we Now Edltiou of WEBSTER has deeply sympathize with tho bereaved y South Fort. The shingle mill firm Fualllon of Tei'lh aud Lever while not lu use. After planting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thoroughly pulverize the mil, cultivate and destroy the treed, tn fro rout of corn at a time, athing thatno other cultivator tcill do. Atfirrt ttatcd, hoc it an implemeat that can be uted in every crop cultivated and one that it in none bu any other implement: durable and timple. iarmen. come and tee it. get a tarn- pie and try it If it duet not do what we claimor it, we do not want your money Ij zs: i g;t o xx GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, 11'. Stanford. Ky. L. WITHERS, Agl., Lancattcr. Ky Ii. II. WKIREX, Agt , Iliehmoml, Ky. OllEEN .t WILLIAMS, Aatt , IluttonrUle, Ky. Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. have cultivated my crop of corn thit teuton with the Albion Combined Cultimtor, Harrow and Seeder and can say without hesitation that it it the but harrow or cultivator have ever teen Can nine ten acres of corn adav with all ease It does itt work perfectly, and can cheerfully recommend it to my farmer frvendt Thot 11 Montgomery, I I I "DO IT To tow main with thit Seeder no extra hand in rewired to clean it fiom filth at thu it all done bythe driver uithout stopping or getting off hit teat. w -- :hla.s Bieai tub. laaafell GENUINE MAYFIELD MmHI I llhaaaaKa iTIaaaaaatl - I i , s, Water Elevator. Hustonrille. A protracted meeting will begin here to be conducted by Drs. Hays and Lapsley, Saml. F. Cowan has bought of Tom Hoblnaon 132 acres of land near town for $00 per acre. Professor Bourne, of Lancaiter,will be gin the publio school at this placo the first Monday in September, and be assisted by Miss Florence Drye. Miss Lucy Ilogle and Mis Lizzie Haw klua expect to teach a select school In the r. property formerly occupied by Mr. Mason-heime- 60 '' R, IT NOT TIIF. ' ...iwrN.1. I 'il ' rHlmLi ill tll Destroys All Water Insects; '. BioKrajjliic.1 Dictionary of ovor 9700 Nnnica. ill Mm WlillVll.ltS l'rimius; nry lssl VY Draws Fresh Wator from Bot.; tflsWal f tom of Oistorn; Evriy '!..' .n I., U.I tloiui JCj llsssssssl 'Vassal Milaxs of the'D Bvv tlilllll JU . Si, of W III..ii SO ui" I" C Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. TH0USaa,Dl.ii.'"l,sn.ut THIRIV.IWO T nf illitliwie iilllkin "p Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This JCJ End Tim Mmnliiril. Elevator. SiiiJ.' "n 113,000 Words. 0000 4600 M:V WOiID.S ami Mcnniiigs, EnRi-avinir- wsHsssssssTTLLJ iVSssssWrml - I Htulo tiinl.UM i I ek ii iU till I Hlil A i.i, e I'M lea r-- v H.ri- - il nil l I ! II, of uliy i r I r I I- t- I 'U I sZ) I H linati-- i iu. !, 'JO - i"'1 vKlul IS PuUi-- i Hi (I f Mpr!M ' ' '''' - " STANO AR Ii . I. Ill Jta-- i u ml. I Haw- 1. Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. Ham-ltetDr. Durlap and Misses Ann Cook and Annie Drye have gone to Cumberland Falls, Ide Austin, who went to Falrfiell Iowa to live, on the 0th, reached home on the evening of the 14th, wrote a letter while he was Mrs. 0MB TREATMENT. rinciai. Imnotunsa. trtn. T&s SMlpes us, id my ractlc fur 24 Years asd an illustrated book ofCUpagce gtvlog fulldJ-rvctlon- a foraelf treatment, Address Iu.hIm, b M. T. WILLIAMS. OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. Nervous Doblllty, Somlnal Woak- A certain core for UiOitclk Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be Ttfi ken Back. J 7 Friday Morning, - k -- August v. 18, 1882 TJincotr-iioitiF A Chnplrr tin Ittln InUtrHlntf VroiUitt of llVacru Ciilif-frtio'- e. WIhlta cow-lioj- vKati.) One. Chicago Tribune.) t of Iho grout West Is Tlio (lintltict clirtrneftr nml tyjio of frontiers-min- i, produced ly tlio Toxas cattlo Inula flitch liegAn in Kntmns noon after tlio nnr, with licmlqttnrlcrs nt Abilcno, Knn. Tlio tnulo originntoit from tlio necessity of linving n good shipping point for cnt-tl- o nrnr tlio Missouri river, nnd nt tlio mrao titno contiguous to unlimited tango, nnd, although sinca that time, as rnilwny linvo locn liuilt, tlio cattlo trndo lift' drifted over Iho State, tlio con hoy, vliilo fnoroasitig in numheni, Inn lost iiono of that distinctive clmrno-te- r nnd method, which has miulohisnamo n terror njKm tlio frontier nnd linked with nil now cattlo him towns in tlio West. His reckless daring and deviltry lino marked out for him n distinct nnd startling pngo in tlio history of tho bonier. After n now town has got n good fair start nnd liegins tho liooin, it only needs u conloy rnid to r 0cu of n first-cln- si and Tlio cowboy has no hopes or fear cf hell. y Yet the leal employment of tho is innocent enough, and consists of riding n uniall, wiry mustang of bucking procliuties, and following nu immense herd of cattlo over nu unlimited rnngo, his special duties being to sco Hint none of the cattle stray ntuty, nnd to steal nny stray animals which may lio uubrnnded nnd brand them with his employer's name. Wlienolier ho naturally shuns civilization. He pursues his herds upon tlio plains of Western Kaunas, among tlio gentlo slopes of tho Clierokco country, in tho Indian Territory, along tho lonesome? deserts f tho I'mili audio, nuiid Iho foothills uf Colorado, nnd in tho wilds of New Mexico nnd Arizona, inured to the saddle, exposed to all kinds of weather, and nil sorts of people, from tlio Greaser to tlio .pacho. To nil tho cowlxjy'is " tho d man thai tver scuttled ship orcututliro.it," Hut when their payday comes, and thoy reach tho nearest town and mibUm homo of their " liquid irimo," then tnnd from under, for then they light, gjiublc und shoot nt friend or foe Tlio typical cowlmy wears n whito hat with u gilt cord mid tabscl, high leather pants, a woolou shirt, n coat and no est. On his heels ho wears a pair of jingling Mexican spurs as large around as a teacup. When ho feels w ell (aud ho always does when full of what ho calls " Knusos sheep-dip"tho avcr-g- o cowlwy is a bad man to handle. Armed to tho teeth, well mounted, nnd full of their faorito beverage, tho cowboys will d.wh through tho principal streets of n towu, yelling liko This they call "cleaning out a town." After repeating this operation several times, and before tho stampeded recover to repel tho attack, thoy dash away and nro seldom, if over, captured. All frontier towns that liavo over hod any Texas cattlo trndo liavo had tliis samo experience In 1874 tho cowboys in largo uumliers attempted to raid Wichita, and were only driven off by a very determined resistauco on tho par of our shotgun brigade. For a long time tho cowboys held possesion of tho town of Albileue, Kas., uutii Wild Bill, tho Indian lighter and bcout, became. Marshal of tho town. Wild Bill killed six of the most descrato cowboys of Ab. ileno in a single night. Thoreafter he was respectod and feared by tho cowboy clement. Wild Bill was nt last murdered by a cowboy, who got tho drop on him, and died as he hod lived, "with his boots on." graveyard. heaeu cow-lio- mildest-mannere- top-lioot- s, ), nn exaggerated respect for prist nges. lliis revcrenco for antiquity is repugnant to every maxim of reason, nnd in merely tho indulgenco of n tratla sentiment in favor of tho romoto and unknown. Tlio marvelous feats of antiquity with which tlio Sanscrit books nliound nro so long nnd so complicated that it would occupy too much spneo to give evon an outlino of them ; lint thero is ouo class of llicso singular fictions which is well worth attention, nnd admits of being briefly stated. I nlludo to tho extraordinary ago which man was supposed to liavo attained in former times. A belief in tho longevity of tho human raco nt on enrly period of tho world was tho natural product of those feelings which nscribed to tlio ancients nn universal superiority over tho moderns ; and this wo sco exemplified in somo of tho Christian nnd in many of tho Hebrew writings. But Uio statements in theso works nro tnmo nnd insignificant when compared with what is preserved in 'tlio Hicrnturo of India. On this, ns on every subject, tho imagination of the Hindoos distanced all competition. Thus, among an number of similar facts, wo find it recorded that in ancient times tho duration of tho lifo of common men was 80,000 years, and holy pen lived to bo upward of 100,000. Soma died a littlo sooner, others a littlo later ; but in tho most flourishing period of antiquity, if wo tako all classes together, 100,000 years was tho nvcrngc. Of ono King, whoso nnmo was Yudhishthir, it is casually mentioned that ho reigned 27,000 years; whilo another, named Alarka, reigned (50,000. Thoy wero cut 6ft" in their prime, since thero nro several instances of tho early poets living to bo about half a million. But tho most remarkable caso is that of a very shining character in Indian history, who united in his singlo person tho functions of a King and n saint This eminent man lived in n pure nnd virtuous ngo, and his days were, indeed, long in tho lnnd ; since when ho was mado a King ho was 2,000,000 years old; ho then reigned 0,300,000 years ; having douo which ho resigned his empire and lingered on for 100,000 years more, Tlio samo boundless reverence for antiquity mado the Hindoos refer everything important to tho distant periods and they frequently assign n dato wliich is absolutely bewildering. Their great collection of laws, called tho "Institutes of Menu," is certainly less than 3,000 years old; but the Indian chronol-ogistso far from being satisfied with this, ascribed to them an ago that tlio sober European mind finds a difficulty oven in conceiving. According to tlio best nativo authorities, theso institutes wero rovealed to man about two thousand million years before tho present s, Mori;. 'Tho dllTcront buildings that mnko tip In tho sprliiffjof 1881j C. A. k 1). GorOf nil tho ways in which tho imngina- - what is known collectively ns tho Tower men werodrillingrt wildcat well at Clarenlion iias uiaiortcti mo trutn tncro u liavo All histories, nnd nil bloody ones. don, Pa,, whorl, at n depth of n littlo nono Hint has worked so ranch harm m Thero J nothing hut blood connected moro than n thousand feel, thoy with it, Tho identical headsman's block is carefully preserved, with tho nx ho used nnd tho mask ho wore when engaged in his delightful duty. Tlio nx is shaped very liko n butcher's cleaver, nnd tho mask sIhjuI tho most fiendish fsco thatn dctillsh ingenuity could devise. Ugly nnd daWlish as it is, it was probably nn improvement on tho face it concealed. You nro shown tho thumli-scrow- s nnd rack, Tlio thumbscrews would extort n confession from n dead man ; nnd tho rvuk well, that is something inconceivably dovilislu Yon nro hid in n Ikx ; roiHis ou windlasses nro tied to your nuklos and hands ; thou tho windlasses nro turned, inch by inch, till tour joints nio dislocated. After endtir-lu- s tlio rack and nnswering questions tlio way thoy desired, for n man in that apparatus would say anything for n moment's respite, you nro hurried to tho block for fenr you may recant as soon ns yon get out of it. Then what was said In tho rack was put upon record as n testimony on which to rack nnd liehcad other people. Thoso wero tho "good old days of Mcrrio England." During tho reign of lilw.nl 1 1 1. GOO Jows wero imprisoned in the dungeons of tho Tower for " ndulternting tho coin of tho realm." Tho trouble with these Jows wns, thoy hod too much of tho coin of tho realm, nnd Ilwnrd too little. Tho chronicler goes ou to say that so strong was tho prejudice of tho King agninst theso people that ho banished tho raco from England ; but, with tho thrift that distinguished Kings of that day, ho comiolled them to leavo liehind them their immense wealth, which ho gobbled, and their libraries, wliich, an ho couldn't read, ho had no uso for, and they went to tho monasteries. I suppose ho sold them by tho pound to tho monks who could read. A largo part of the great building is now used ns a great national armory. Stored within its walls aro 90,000 rifles, of tho latest aud most improved patterns, all in perfect order, even to tho oiling, nnd ready for uso nt a moment's notice. England is always ready for war. It would lo n quick nation that These murcould catch her napping. derous weapons looked cheerful by comparison with tho barbarous tools the old English used. After looking at tho battle-axe- s and Hails and lances, it would seem to bo a comfort lo Iw merely shot to death with a Martini-Henr- y riilc Ono could feel somo sort of comfort in going out via decent rifle-bal- l. Tlio guards of tho Tower aro Uio famous " Beefeaters," and aro all habited in tho uniform of tho timo of Henry VIL, who instituted tho coips. Tho present yocmen aro all old soldiers, who linvo distinguished themselves, and a very pleasant timo they liavo of it, Thoy don't havo to drag women to tho block by tho hair of their heads nny more, but spend most of their timo in standing around listlessly nnd eating ham sandwiches, which is certainly better than their ancient employment. n powerful voin of gas. Drilling was continued only about flvo feet in tho gas sand, m it was very difficult lo raako nuioh progress undor tlio All the wind rock cut by tho drill wai thrown out rw soon m loosonod from tho main body of rock. Chunks tho sine of hens' eggs wero sent up through tho derrick as (hough shot from n onnnon. All idea of nn oil well was abandoned, and a project was inaugurated for utilizing tho enormous amount of gss for light nnd fuel. A gas company wns formed, with sufficient s. capital stock to mako tho venturo n A charter was obtained, and n piK) lino laid to Clarendon, n dlstanco of three and n quarter miles. Tlio well is now furnishing fuel to twenty-sidrilling wells, three pumping wells, ono stoves, two hundred nnd twenty-fiv- e niacliino shops, nnd two pump stations. o Tliis gas is dry, containing no oil, or water, nnd hns nover frozen on nny part of tho line, Although tho pipe is, in many places, exposed to tho weather. Au effort was mado nt ono timo to test tho prcssuro, and tho stopcock could not Ik turned moro than halfway round, when tho indicator would fly as far ns possible, showing two hundred pounds to tho square inch. It was feared that tho casing would lie torn to pieces if tho investigations wero pushed further, therefore it'is not known what the actual power of tho gas is. Tho nearest oil wells nro nearly two miles nwny, nnd thoy nro very small, so tho territory in tho neighborhood will not lio drilled, which will give tho gas well u long lenso of life. Petroleum Ape, suo-ccsx gas-olin- TUK KXA(WKltATtOX OP TUK SK- TUK TOWKIt OF I.OXnoX. nr.H.tnn.tiiT.n a.m rr.hu FOR RENT! Wl, It scro of whrat liouw n.l lot f trn ami of rsM llrlghl'a KrhooMumi, with It. Apr'T to " Unit THE NEW ROUTE EAST, CONDENSED TIME. LOUISVILLE nt f'r JAN. WASHINGTON! Till! ONLY MNKUUXMXH ri NASHVILLE IIOIIINNO. iiAii.ito.il mm:. TKAINH Ma aril -.- tlOINll NOUTII. Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. FOX.Fropr., Nailli-fr- it I, lift. . Sj Sun. SOLID TRAINS, WITH I.t. Klelirnond " lnaiter l,lflngitnn.rn.n (rtli tlrchanl.. .- .11 Cornrr of Mtln nl Thirl 8lmU, ' DANVILLE, In - KENTUCKY Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 ' " " Arr rilanlonl. ghelhy Mllehellthurg ... Junction lunrllUdly.. . lUtlng rronttr rrnttol modern Improfcnitnu, mjr ronmi wllh ill or lh I now h?o Iho From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TIIKOUailTIIK Junelhan.. . Clnalnnall JunelUn. thnon New .. 9M i0 M II CO SOT" T 10 ' " 10 l) " 10 47 10 (Mam " p Ielann lltlen ... It It 1 1 ' Finest (Inllcry mo. Central Kentucky! IHiltillle su: M ' " " Whtn jou till! Duntlllf, dnn't lll lo rll anil ltMiwtnillT, Kl-- TltAINS (10INO KOimt. JfAacil 1. 1 fftlT U". rHn. I I'.mVAIUl II. t'OX. rhotogtaphcrKf. (Ifolnglcit Hurrer Grandest Scenery in America Connecting direct In I'enn. Depot tir I.T. I.t. loulltlll. Manford....... CrahOrchardM t JO 6.1 pm I III M SMALL FA1WI FOR SALE. mothl lo NlcholmllU. I will wit Tatrlr 1117 Kami, containing about Balfinwre.PliiladelpliiaM. Tho Only Direct Line to Y. Arr I4lrgatan I.aneaiter I.t. lllrhmorHl.. Arr 4 10 " 6(0 " M llitlnt prl- PULLMAN PALACE OARS To Memphli, I.lltl and Nw Orleana. EialgrantalnTaaahaTthelreholroftworoulea Tla Meinphlaor tla New Orleana. Time much Tlctela ar on tat at principal Tlcact Office, quicker and ralea lower than hy any other On th Dantlll A Stanford Dae, aUmt K ultra and at tho Oeneral (Mire oMhoC. A (). Hallway, route. It la alto the rrom lurulllf. Tlio ruroit in a torn aiaiewi culat Sill H'rsl .sin I II (street, I.niilaTlllr. tivation. all in mM eitfht aliout Suacrr. that to In mull grain. Tlia houw la In food repair and to For further Information, J O. KtlNHT, QUI0KE8T, 0IIEAPE8T AND BEST ONE HUNDRED ACRES Virginia mid Um CitrnlliiiiN. It'. Mol.lle, Montgomery, cittern (leneralrjeulhwcilern contalna7 lontnt, ataopantrr, wond-hoHocr-ll,al-iioat tlia door, arnoie-lioue- p, tenant new Urn, corn f rlti, ctrn-bouV. SV. NSIITII, lioute, Ac , acdaa fine frull olaTerr drwrltlen aa Oct.'l Manager, anjr ono wanta applra, rwara, peacbr. lun, ther (rapra, daniMna, alinoat rlr,lur. Vlenlr of atork waterany thin ofrou inajr, Khd-liouaefn tight call one mil from UaeVtniltli ihop, two mile from water mill. Iriatrculntlr healthy tdaco for ld II doctor In IS yeara ntter thedocton. . Mila. i reier you lo xeaa. i. ai. i.uuru ii. Mnney, W. II. tlentr;, alao Bam Johnann, who llttaon the rlace.and riiomaa Melcall, Slanlord Addrna JOHN .MKTCAI.r. 67 Mcholaitllle, Ky add-e- Afenl, Loultillle. II. tlen'l l'an'r V. t'l'M.r.lt. Ag'l Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas to all polnla In Mltauiirl, Kania. llllnolt, Indiana, Iowa, Nehratta, I'uloraJo. Arkaniaa. chang lo Chicago, M lult and Kail. ror further Infiirinallon alnut llckela to lh Moulb, Kantaa, Colorado, ant enlgranl rate to Florida, a.l.l.c. C. 1 AIM OKI:, Oen. Paw. and Ticket Agt., Uulnlll. Ky. Or F J Anthony, Agt. stanfurd. Ky. Kout Only on Pacific Railway. LHJ. r raa -- THE M(HT DKllllAIII.K HOUTE SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL CTIIirNElIE ClNflNKATl IncDrct Aug I , 1WJ. TIIBIXjIBI lit iso II1410 III II M a io lt IJIrt T- O- HOUTimiiN DIVISION. Day Anu Nlgt STATIONS. l!i. III. A.M P.M. I'M II J ll M CI1VIX1V do, lcaa change AT X ! And decidedly th Popular lUiule, attorJIng, at It ami auperlur accommodation to I.re. era. All this is but a part of that lovo for tho remote, that" straining after tho infinite, and that indifferenco to tho present, which characterize every branch of tho Indian intellect. Not only in literature, but also in religion and in art, this tendency is supreme. To subju-gat- o tho understanding, and oxnlt tho imagination, is tho universal principle. In tho dogmas of their theology, in tho character of their gods, and oven in tho forms of their temples, wo sco how the sublimo and threatening aspects of the eternal world have filled tho mind of tho pcoplo with theso images of tho grand and terrible, wliich thoy strivo to in a visiblo form, and to which thoy owo tho leading peculiarities of thoir national culture. liucktc's Hit-lor- y of Civilization. Com-nncli- Tins way of publishing a work in Homo was this: Tho author placed n copy of it hi tho hands of transcribers, callod librarii, who wrote out tho Long years ago, m times so rcmoto required number of copies. Those that history does not fix the epoch, n transcribers, who nro equivalent to mod- dreadful war was wagod by tho King of ern printers, passed tho copies over to Scotland. Scottish valor prevailed, nnd certain artists, called libraraioli, who tho King of Scotland, elated by his suc oruumented them with fanciful titles cess, sent for hi Prime Minister, Lord luarcius and terminations. Alexander. LOXd FELL O II '.V CO VJITS UIl .id ho, "is thero "Well, Sandy, About tho year 1837, Lougfellow, be- no'or a King wu canna conquer noo?" "An' it please your Majesty, I ken o' ing engaged in making tho tour of selected Heidelberg for a permaa King Hint your Majesty canna vannent winter residence. Thero his wifo quish." was attacked with an illness which ulti"An who is he, Saudy?" Lord .Alexander, rovercntly looking mately proved fatal. It so happened, however, that sonio timo afterward thero up, said, "Tho Kingo Heaven." camo to tho samo romantic ploco a "Tho King o' whur, Saudy?" young lady of considerable personal at"Tho King o'lleaveu." Tho Scottish King did not understand, tractions. Tho jioet's heart was touched, ho became attached to her ; but tho beau- but was unwilling to exhibit any ignoty of 10 did not sympathize with tho rance. poet of 30, nnd Longfellow returned to "Just gaug your ways, Sandy, and America, having lost his heirt as well tell King o Heaven to gi'o up lib doas liis wife. Tho young lady, also an minions, or I'll como mysol' aud ding Jiiin ooto thorn; und miud, Sandy, yo American, returned homo shortly afterward. Their residences, it turned out, diuna como buck to us until ye hao dune wero contiguous, mid tho poot availed oor biddiu'." Lord Alexander retired much himself of tho opportunity of prosecutbut mot u priost, and, reassured, ing his addresses, which ho did for a considerable timo, with no better success i chimed aud presented himself, "Well, Sandy," said tho King, "ha than at first. Thus foiled ho set himself resolutely down, nnd Instead, liko Pe- yo seen tho King o' Heaven, nnd what trarch, of laying siego to the heart of his says ho to oor biddin'?" "An' it pleases your Majesty, I liavo mistress through tho medium of sounots, ho resolvod to writo n whole book a seen auo o' his accredited ministers.' " Weol, an' what ay ho?" liook which would nohtuvo tho double " He says your Majesty may e'en hao object of gaining her affections nud of establishing his own fame. " Hyperi- liis kingdom for tho askln' o it." "Was ho sue civil?" said tho King, on " was the result. Ills labor and hut constancy wero not thrown away; thoy warming to muguanimity. "Just gang moEUhoir duo reward. Tho lady gavo your ways back, Sandy, an' toll tho him her baud as well as her heart, nnd King o' Heovuij that for his civility tho they went to live nt Cnmbridgo, in tho dcil u Scotchman shall set foot in his same house which Washington made his kingdom." hcudqiiartcrH when ho was lint appoint; Thkub is a decided chango for tho 1 Jo.tho command of Hie American he loses. ltihvnilj Muiatlne,,- - botterr-whe- u nt Eu-rop- o, d, The aro two Congressmen now serving who commenced lifo as pages in tho national Ilouse, and a Senator whoso start in lifo was as a page in the Senate, Tlio Congressmen aro Townshend, of Illinois, and Wise, of Virginia. Tho Senator is Gornian, of Maryland. AitiiKHTi'.u ririi.MATio.v. To nny ono who has thought nlniut tho Chinese, tho contrast presented by a comparison of their civilization with tho civilizitiou of tho Western nntious must havo given rise to frequent speculations ns to tho cause of so great a difference. Should wo lw brought into communication with another planet wo could hardly oxieet to find n people moro unlike us than tho inhabitants of China. Thoy hao existed substantially ns at present from a timo long licforo n singlo language existed which is spoken in Europe, and oven licforo our classic dead language were born. Whilo tho tribes, nations nud civilizations of tho West hnvo como nnd gone, tho Chinese havo remained the Same, generation after generation and century aftor century, content alwnys to livo and dio in tho conditions that fate has imposed upon them in tho middlo kingdom. A century nnd a halt ngo Du Hahlo wroto of their incurnblo conservatism, "that they havo continued tho samo with regard to tho attire, morals, laws, customs nnd manners, without deviating in tho least from tho wlso institutions of their ancient legislators." Aud in our timo wo aro told by tho Abbo Hue than whom no ono had hotter opportunities from which to judgo that "thoy seem to have been always living in tho samo stage of advancement as in tho present Kaaby. day." Peaceful occupations, untiring Aixxandeb toe Great onco degraded industry and a careful frugality havo an officer of distinction by removing him characterized tho habits of tho pcoplo in Ho somo timo tho past ns they do in tho present. Wars to an inferior situation. after asked tho officer how ho liked liis wero never justified excopt to sccuro now office. "It is not tho station," re- pcaco, and upon the cessation of hostilio ties the armies eagerly returned to their plied tho officer, "which gites to tho man, but tho man to tho peaceful pursuits. J'ojiular A'ecnco station. No situatiou can bo so trifling Monthly. as not to requiro wisdom and virtuo in Itai uikru a writer : "A gentlo hand tho performance of its duties." Tlio monarch was so pleased with his answer can lead an elephant by n hair." Now, that ho immediately restored tho officer what foolishncsss that is to put into tho Why, bless you, minds of children. to his former rank. elephants don't havo hair; they just have hides; that's all. Perhaps a genA PniriACEtii'ni.v reporter interviewed tlo hand might lead ono by tho tail; but, tho prize fat woman, whoso weight is miud you, we havo our doubts oven of When asked, you pounds. y conso-quenc- a THjE GREAT NERVINE It It Ihr tetntdr in MlBfnl di...e a b? quitting th ntm. II imniedial t.lwf III II ,.ll.r.l Aalhnia, I'adpllNlInn llenrt, HIiortnrM oflli-rKlli- .l.mli... t! auirtag Mf inltnetlltltlT ' Ilk mnl A. .a! rtt-r- t. lh.tr era! hour la Nuro ir Tar IIHVMt l.NNtA. 4nirlllf fitr KTIMIMIJ lllllkal. r hiful tagtmiutti re n olhtr nt Ilj.lerlr Arr Oiattanwoga Cincinnati..... " " Islington. 11 McholaiTlll...... " High HilJk-.- . " Daucllie " Junction City. .. " riumertet ..... " ivint llumtlde... lUfCkwoial ..M... " Poring City ..... ... Miiiouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, Th North, Northwe! and Weal In fact. If you rente tnrltla a trip In any dlreallon, your latereat will llwelaerTcdhT purchatlng your ticket Tla K.C and Cincinnati. tTralaarach way 2) Pull, nan Palar at, M.ganl Nw Day Coach, aud handtomely furnlihed llecllnlng Chair Car lorni lh unnlialnl rUl.lueuta of llilt Old llellald, thenby making a trip oter thla Hn on ol luau-rloixrofort and pleetur. Try II. TIMF. TA1II.1X IN EFFECT MAY UM It 41 lid I lO IBM A, It, a AA MM It II IM aria 14 UM .. . UM Hi) A.M ItnlHM ?M I ltd ISC to t 30 m itienc turrolll.l.lilll!nTlli:tli:N. ia II.. couiurT Atk lrllir iK'mn . I., l.ia, HiVlBuau yu I' ' rrtil lti. Alll III. 1.1. tl. H 34 -' lrui.l - ll -- I.T. Chaliantaea. ... " tprlngClty !. T P.M. 7.-- II, UK. i a on Minn. surr a ui) A M - IH t. S -- Va. 7 10 i i .Htlliernrt, ilfKllHATI ni.r. letMrawlar n l all It. 11.lor.-- l t ir Stanford Female College. STAXFOKl, With KY. a Full Corps of Teachers, AM. THE BUANCIIKH OK A .. IM :o lo ail t to " Arr. Unrtnnall A.M. Al.AflAMA tIKEAT MIUTIItlnX. Lie, Chatlauoh;..HMH.H too I.i . Altalla UM 11 Arr. Merldltn Meridian lHrmlBg hahi...... .... Tutealwiaa " " HtBTllle " High llrhlM. " Nkhe)i,tll " IllMCt ... " tlmrgeeowfj . ltorkwrwl. llnt Ilatratklr. rHuere4 JumiUn Clly... IW .. 41 atniulh III..A.M. 4lit " Cynthlana . . 19 M ut til iu lot ssej la " Parla. If im Arr lalngtn. II Ma ni ( a) lp n It II p w 7 00 iu til 6 IOI 141 so p in 7 30 p iu III I! I II I.t. Islington a Wlncbeeler 4M m ? Hi IM Arr. Ml. Hlrrllng 1 14 p n a jo p in ni ' ngpu IZ ?0 p n 4M 7 JO p nr " Aahland . Hi atoar 111 40 M loos I.t. CoTlngten an a 2 43 p ui 4 M n ru pin pin llunlligtii North. .. OS p w I II a in No. t. No. I. No. J, ll l ........... .. ., III M Alhtand.. lluntlnitn . Thla Institution will open III Thirteenth rculon on tho 2d Monday In cptcui1r next. 10 vu " Wlnehettcc .. Arr. Ialngten.- Faluwath Arr. 0TlMg4M Ml. rltrrllng ll aa It to p i Vf M a in I SA a t 7 Nl a ha I 41 a t ri i I.t. Tuaealoau....... Arr. ChalltlKinga rllrwlglaia....nM. AllaUa. . T tT Ittl J j. j i Iilngten. I.t. Parla. " ' Ctnthhna.. IK) lUnu pU p iu lM I 1Mpm m SNll II a 7 Ma taiai Ma I I V Ma 41 i THOROUGH ENGUSHC0UR8E Art taught, aa well aa Q 40 tup 4 4 II a am toa m 30 L. Frit Arr. VICKMIIUUU AND AlKltllHAN. MecMlan . . .. ... MUBIC. TUB IiANOUAQKH. UIIAW-INAND PAINTINO. " l!raa.li. Vie k thai TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, price rang from 1J6 to IV) In th regular Dcparttucnta. 1'rlmirT, !a, Interrucdlatt ; l'rcparatojy, 110. and Collelale, fAO. For full particular, aa to Board, Ac., aJJreat MKM. N. C. TKUr.inMllT. l'rluclpral, Standrd, Uncnln Cb.,Ky 1.. Jaekawi , " Foreat " Jack) Vkkahtmr..... rg... llrandon. j I .. i lfc iust 4 ...... ....... ... . j . H HIVIHUIN MAYOVII.I.E No. II l. Utlatgun pm Arr May Till SMpin LeilngUn Mam Na. II ' Mtttiniellkaui. Htytilll. loam Nh. II " Park 6 M a m. Parte J, I a 7 pm Ne. II ' UayiTlIU It 34pm 89 . I j . . I I I Arr. Meridian VlCKallUIIH. MIIIIBVEI'OIIT Le. VlcktUirg. Arr. j ... j !M , 141 j IM eireplrluttday. feHal llate to Eailgraata. lot I llekcta, rate and Infarmatleo pertaining la time eanncctlona, Ac , call on or ad.lrra H T SWIFT, Agt, Uxlngtun. CIIAS. I IIKOYtN l Train N 1 and t run dally, all olher dally Ir AND PACIFIC. . J D hl.LIWIN. Oen'l Manager. PAT A. " DelU .Monrw- e- MEX0K IIUS1XKSSAM) ECONOMISTS HHOULD KEAI) KItAWSTREET'S: A alXTKCX-riM- ..... i 3 0u Arr. Vlcktburg- m. JOHN PaiTT. V. P. and Oca. Man. (In Hou O. V and Ify, Cincinnati, OkU; K. I WII-hOP. A. On. Ifeu. ll'y. Clnelnaitl, O ; II. COI.U IlltAN. I). P. A. A. (i. S It'y. CbattanA.Tenn , J. IIAI1DY, (I P A V. A M It'y, V'faaburt-Mia.: JOB F. MeIUIllE.O. P A. V., S. A P ll'y, Monro. I.. STANFORD-MARBL- L. " Monro I Vita .....: .. .. . .. IIIO-- ' II JO K 1 : 'IJ SO 1 30 rmaXCK AMI! WKULT J0UBK4I. Of TkUDK. rCIILIO KIXIXOUT. WORKS, KY., I'UIII.HHKD MY JW, 281, 2S1 Tennlt fS.00 liltADsTItHin HkOiDWAT, Nkw Yokk. THE CX) , DEPOT hT,8TANF0ni, cSesvebHge. Ttil prprallon I puralr Tccrlatd and fre from all delete mit or dangermi auiiatanrv. and It i aittnmtriy rrrtaln to hung all Li ulaofwuriua liansi aling tu It U front tti liuiuali aytl.ni thiuMl rirhiai atom' hI and cluldtrti will take ll aa readily aa ther w nmiaaar, wlmh ahouhl recummelid It to elery linuekreir larelilacan apply II Tt'th aaf.tr aud waa.rlalltar eye lippr facra. ami Joiuu aiilrlt will iincunai IihiiIt eanra iia, th rrainuda of th Utti one. It I lh Putuplli Alller that la plcaaant take twenty q IwwHMjnr tal. ami told by itealer at centa Tti a bottle Manilla, lured by C. t'UODHi; CO. rr SIXOU: Yrar In AJmnft InrlmJiaf IiHtjft TKX CKXTA "5?iT BiB.WHB, Monument, 1 COPJJLS, PKC1UKN (XiriM MILL UK axMT YUkt UK AMVV;n 3aaaBTTV SaaBBaBBaK( nt 720 "Do still claim to bo tho largest fat woman in tho world ?" sho frigidly replied : "Excuso uio, sir, but I do not recogulzo tho title. I nm suid to bo tho largest largo lotly on exhibition." LiTEitATUiiK rtm rmsoxiius, Tho prisoucrs in the Austiu jail requested tho jailer not long siueo to get them somo books to read. Tho jailer, being a man, procured a mixed lot of old bookii at un auction room, and proceeded to divide them out, whilo tho prisoners wore assembled in tho jail ynrd. "Hero is a liook for you," ho said, giunc it to a man who was iu for murder. Tho prisoner looked at itshook his head, aud handed it back. It was "Dr. Smith's Diseases of tlio Throat," Tho next ono got a small pamphlet. Ho was iu for but he thought the jailer meant somethiug personal, as tho title of the book was: " Hints How to Batso Fino Stock." Still another, who is indicted for tho mail, got a copy of tho "Postal Guido," whiloa gentleman who is kind-hearte- d horse-stealinrol-bi- that. tho Aa a financial and cunnrclal ncwapaper, forentoat luirpoaoor BKIsiaiKT'a It to Wofprac Ileal acme lo hutlneaa men. In tpecial trado ami Induatrlal rrporti; Ha weekly rpltoiii- - olUukrupt-cle- a throughout the United ntair and Canada and tlio euiniuarlea oftttcttand llaldlltlea are alone Tho aynoea of worth tho luUcrlp' Ion pile an eirwdlnglr recent leml decltlona contlltul Aa ceiuiucrrial tranaaclloiu.. In TaluaMo rrature. aracomlns to l moro and mora the wlJrr condiicllbuaalallillral hatla, tho Information fViLaaUi 45 ' I VHTsBI,-iTi-kjBC7Aiig- f, Peiik IlYAOiJJTriE, when asked why tho Prussian soldiers wero bo uniformly successful, replied : " Bccauso each ono of them carries a Bible in his knapsack." yUJiltlli.S Oh' A KKSTVCKY OIIANU aen, contained In 1Iadtui.it' to producer and loth HHaDjianai'a W "!aa ly I n 1 iBTW ted and""- ItPb1 I KlaCljf't,on "'" lMiHfantc-ed on appllca ffl ol all klnda aatlt- aerti tl aiilfjfc 1 tM..,, .jBB0n'Ma niatnlurntth. Dl and call. itfflrt, 010 Main for eat liiftanlord tlrr.l, by Panar .Hlrll. Hy. Mi AlltTna. A lion 16E2. tlltCCII IIIIII.ITIIIII. SOUTH -- Hur J. . iua, Paa-11-1 Sunday morning and night. Meeting Thunday nlghta. Buudajf tSchool Prayer nt y 00 A. h. J. M. bliut, bupcrlntendenl. Th Woman'a Mlatlonary boclcly neeta here on the i.t riunday In each luoulh, at I o'cluik. Mil. T. T. Daelraa, Prealdeiil. la of the flrtt Impurt-a- mlddlo-iuc- m, A Semi-Week- ORA8DO09IBIKATI0V. ll lor. brTlieery TUK allUATION TIADK AXO AORIrtlLTtBAL TlltOl'OllOUT TIIK UKITKII tTATK AKI1 CAK- aiia la RiroaTKD ur TKLHIKIIII Til Interior Journal And the UntltilUe to thk rUBLlCATIOX. vr iiouk iik of imitating auother's signature drew : "How to Write a Good Haud in Ten Lessons." Thoy handed tlio books back to tho jailer, and said they prufcrrod a bunch of old exchanges, us thou they could pick out tho items they wanted to read. Texan h'lftlnyt. Osoaii Wiluis does not think much of American humor, and we do not wonder. It takes brains to appreciate Amcricou humor, becauso American jokes are not interspersed with italics und quotation marks, and followed by u long oxpluuatioii, showing where the laugh ought to como isuFhlUulislithla JVtlM, Grand Juries usually rule tho roost while thoy havo sway ; but now and then thoy meet their match in ioiut of Not long sinco a quartette shrewdness. of innocents were having a game of draw, and a certain deal, it mutters not how, turned out a full, a Hush, n straight and four aces. Tho hand, of courso, fell to tho dealer, Ned Clark. Tlio lietting, like tlio bauds, was and when thoy "showed up" Ned hauled in a handsomo pot, Tho joko was too good to keep and it leaked out, aud finally leaked iuto a Grand Juror's cars. Ned was sent for by that august tribunal cud asked : " Will you please toll us who held the straight, etc., in that game of pokor a week or two ago?" declare, boss," repliod tho wily war so excited ober them four Ned, aces dat I clean forgot do names ob de oder parties." Franklinly.)Favorltet d tip-to- p, j vit on. OO 33AHT ! wasn'i' rso CSO NOlt'I'II LOUISVILLE VIA i : OHIO & Miipri 0. 1 a -- liar. JM. llatta, PattorTTirTlcea and Fourth Hundaya, morning and Prayer Meeting crrry Wxlniwilay after-nourjunday tkbuol at I 30 A. at, It. E. Harrow 0ne.yeirlore)3.l)U two papere for Hill lucre tiuiterlnteudeut than tbeprlcuofoue. HHISTIAN Worahlpby tbocoutregatlun ar-cLord'a day Preaching by Dr J W. ColMy paying u t 30 you will recelr fur ou year on Vint aud Third Eord'e data. Hunday Hcbool your home paper with the CourlrJournal. the 13. Jo KeTerauce, Huperinlendent. r rrprwnlllrnt-wipaprof Hi' Niuth, and Hi at I brlghlettand abletl lamlly Weekly In lh I. H. McLU nilKxlHTKItlAN, BOITII-U- ct" Culled Matea. Tho who dralre Iu eiatutnea I ror aiator Hunday bchool at 9 10 John W. aa pi cipy ol the tiiurler-JouruUnion Prayer Mealing on cau do ao at Ilcul, Huimrlnieiident, Wedneeday nlghta thlaotfire. Weekly Courier - Journal BAPTIST night. C a DAILY TRAINS Till! EAST AND NORTH. Louisville to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Car and New Day Cuarht Without Change, 4 I ANRRFTHSTEMSEESEEDS NINETV-CIC DAILY TRAINS 4 XaOiiiNVillc to St. IaiuIi With SEEDS SEEDS If FOrthO MFRCHANTenourW.wPInn For tho MARKET GARDENER FAMILY For tho PRIVATE on our nun rnrma CrOWtl Uy oiirnrrluna (1 ?EARG SEEDS SEEDS AND THE WEST. Elreplug Caia aud Day ttoathcatubl out Change, lliuid.oiiiu lllualrutrd Cwtaloguo nud Iturul ItrgUtcr I'll III! Til AI.I .lIEItt'HAM'S, HK.MI I'H YOUIl IIUHIMWS IAKIIS llllt TIlAlli: LIST. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA 'I DAILY TRAINS 2 I.ouls.lllo to IiiilliinnpollH, AND THE NOIITH Day CuadiM and ltctllnlng 2 Clilcngo, "I Chair Cttt Through Without Cliaug. V .. ' "" Th iVa. -r Tub poot who asserts that lifo, is but iilream',wasjiover oallod in to help move tho cook stoHijor gut u barrel of elder ' down cellar, lliiltlniore, I'lillmlcl-lilililor U'lialiliiBlon,Yurk Mini lloalmi. i, STALK 11UKAD. New A corrwqiondont of tho Boston Jour-ua- l Thla la the Wrf Heat Iloule, aa You Haie No Chaugaof Train. says thero is at present in tho possession of tho family doscoudauU of Robert IS Hate Through Day Coicheaoa AIITralaal Pierce, of Dorchester, now u part of Havo No Midnight Change I ? Boston, two biscuits brought by llobcrt Arrltfi at hi. LoUla i llOUK I AdiaDCC Of and his wife Ami to this country iu 1G30, Other Line, llierdr anurlnit more Huio lor uiallnirehangoofiara aud getting flrat thole in tho vessel cullod Mary and John, ol aeala In cara of connecting linea. Capt. Squeb. Tho bread oppeaw to and is as bo mudo of coarse To Indlanapolla and Cbleago, and Iht only hard aud dry as wood, so that thero is ru aiwn illue gliluglU patron a MUhlgwii. no reason why it may not last 250 years a8 lh ihore ol Lake louder. . ForTlekta.Iu7ca, Time. Ac. fl'l'ly Ticket Aiiit or Co ii ii cell Ii B I.liic. or "YEs'oxolalinod Brown, "you addioia find me with a pen iu my hand. H. N. IIKO WN, tioulluru laatengr AgU Cor, 4th aud Malu rila., Loultrill, Ky. I'm u regular pendioldor, my boy." W. W.ri. II W. H. 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