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Semi-weekly interior journal: August 29, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882082901_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 29, 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. 7 tm VOLUME X.-NUMI3E11 HetMi STANFORD, Coin' Well, hfre we ara (3l KYM V itfeflit 29, 1882. Trick. iron-boun- d iron-haile- d iimfHi NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER t'M; Jj, tiT 510. Hit Lore. was evening In tho country. Tho moonbeams peeped softly between tho leaves of tho pulseless elm, nnd kissed tho song-bird- s lost in happy dreams. Tho roso and tho Illy wero asleep, so wcro tho parsnip and tho ttring-lrcan- , and all tho nmorous air was toned with languid fcont to tho subllmo nltltudo of n swell drug store Thoy wcro walking up tho shady avenuo from tho villago whither ho had taken her to prove his Iwundlcss admiration "nd lovo nt a five cent so- TUESDAY, AUGUST The Hammock 73. It IK P. WALTON, Editor and Peopnttor Our llltli nil r H. WALTON, ' . Butlnett Manager Halt, UO HU.n TAf &t.m.- .n.V " ...... "-- ......... , tnpt mi'le fail. I the 111 nTlnjIn', arM lha whlatla'a plerHn'fryj Thar., ll, we're niotln' out of lownl we're trlntpvkl Hut To Die. injdtiroll wife, l.tr In on boanl Hi trunk, wllh Iwk an.l lir pln'Wtatloitltl l13It ANNlur. lata Itlands. Kilter Imlnier Jtmnar winli lieen from Jaot'a lo John'a lieu., from John'a home lo Jane'a, Till now, the'Te laM their liunlene down on ImarJ thlt H'ulfm train; 'Tli rather hanl to and m.fTall rrlpp'eJ iipM W' ttk on wblth to die, (wothouaand I do not mlletawaf, to crowd you with tho ovonti of Blwe we Woke up a keepln' bouae, lli.j'i. my trip, but to (dl and dcaorllxj some title! tia arsund. to your da water fountain. tilings that may !o Intcrosting Till now It eeemi, home fur tif on earth nn noil found) reader. Mnny" of them know oTt commenced, for ho know No," ho At aura ai Dili old ficeofrolne can ne'er look hut they wcro getting near her vino clad Kolley's Island and 70ung again, probably very lew knows nny thing of cottage, and ho ImdiA much timo to So aure we'll nerer more return to trouble John or Jane. Point Au Pelce Island. This Islund loso, "my lovo for you shall never ilranger land, o'er an The eend ua to road, i moro than "twice ns largo as nny wane, wilt, or grow Jess. With you I other Islands in Lako Kric, hut has shall sail through lifo as tranquilly as That, Miry, lo ber Weatern home, majr bear the heavy load) lake in a never been n popular Bummer resort, over a placid moon-li- t It lin't to l wondered at that tnj ejraare filled with lean, nml Is consequently hut litllo known Iwat, with a virtuoso nt tho Or that rnr form la lndln' with more than nbroad. It is West of nil the other stern playing tho 'Old Folks nt Homo weight of jeita. Island of Lnko Krio, and lies between on nn accordion. You are my ovening t didn't think 'twontd roiue to thli- -I didn't mean It ibouM tho chnnncls of steamers from Toledo stnr this evening and every other ovcn yourown home, tho' made of to HulTalo, and Toledo to Clovcland. iug, and you shall have a seal skin No home lallkewood. loga and Ho bread la iweet when eating It 'mid litter- It is six miles long from North to aequo every Christmas. neaaand ttrllet coat South, and tlireo miles wido from Sho clutched his ready-madFew carete All with fare and joy, an old Knst to West. It contains nlwut or rather its slcevo in n wild ecstney of min'iclcxlng life. twelvo thousand acre; yet I was told ineflablo delight, wliiloho continued: Now o'er a long untrarelcd road we aeek a atrangarland by some that it contained seventeen "You nro the sweet particular idol of old home circle broken up at cruel tlme'a thousand. About half the Island N my life, and I.shnll tako 'you to tLo The command; marsh nml net timlxjr land. Tho soil circus next week. My lovo foryiu Uut time cannot dettroy our lore, 'tia alronger now than u llko that of tho other Islands, black is deep as tho iceman's cunning aid Our hradiwore whenthe allrer locka oftbree- -' not and rich, nud will produce almost any tho plumber's pocket, which, likon arara jnrt and ten. thing. Nearly all products of tho spring, refills itself when draineJ. Slot e we broke up a keepln' bouie we'fe Irl a wretched life; farm aro cultivated thoro, but wheat Mine- is a wild enthusiastic passion Jane put the blamo um ber roan, and John is tho chief product; nnd I think that will withstand the rigors of th upon hla wife; should bo almost tho cntiro product; arctio butcher nud milliner. Tlit Ther think not of their Infancy-- or all thoee tender jein e a about .10 buihcls per aero is produced strawberry vender may loso tho cun When we lolled day and night for them, and f byalclana' Prefcrlptloiis accurately contixmndtd. Pharmaceutical rrrparatlont tpeclalty, Weioiit or a Miluon Dollars. popula- uiug of tho hand that arranges tin wiped their dewing Iran. by careless cultivation. Tho Mr. E. B. Elliott, the Government tion has increase considerably in tho meaner specimens below tho largt We Irate behind ui all' the acenea of early yeui, dear wile, Actuary, has computed tho weight of last four years, tblro being now about ones in tho three-quartpint mature And all thefrlenda with whom we' e won the a million dollars in gold and silver threo hundred inhabitants. Nearly all which ho guarantees to hold a quarf tlctorlea of life; coin, as follows : Tho standard gold aro planting vineyards, but from what but my lovo you will novcr lose, oven We Irare behind the little church, where oft we'e knelt In prayer, dollar of the United States contains of I saw and heard, I think I'clco d if you !ct it on n horsernce. Ah, yes, Uut, good wife, wo will nerer leare the God DEALER IN that ued to meet til there. is too low and wet for grapo cult fair Imogen, whilo lifo lasts you shall gold of nino tenths fineness, 258 A Rnode Island Rustic's Adventure. grains, and tho standard silver dollar ure Mr. Thadduis Smith, formerly hnve in mo a defender against all tin Although Ihraaeyea are grjwln' dim, allll I ran tee to read s A countryman on a visit to friends contains of silver of of from Woodford cuuly, has, on the trinli nud tribulatiouj of this vexed Therrrclout Irutba In Ood'aown Word, that He caught a small fineness, 412-- grains. Ono million went North end oi the Island on the high- uncertain life. My lovo for you burni ehllJren all ahould heed; HOUSE SHOES, HOltSE SHOE NAILS, "lienor tby father," aalth the Lord "thy pickerel. Tho fisherman was near- standard gold dollars, consequently, est ground a thirty! aero vineyard, and likoa dollar in a poet's pocket; it nisi mother honor too; tho vines were lomlnl with grape; hut burnt liko yon snowy star, and not Thru ahalt thou life lug lu Ibo land that Ood sighted, aud his mouth had the habit weigh 4,479 pounds troy, or 3.085 bath glun to you," of standing ajar, and therefore, owing pounds avoirdupois: One million when I leit there they were rottiug, till that goes out " uc Jour- - to tho shortness of sight, tho fisher- standard silver dollars weigh 71.G14 and the indications were that the crop SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, in J Our lateit dayawlll dawnero "It has just gono out," sho broke ney'a end la nigh man's mouth came very near tho fish pounds troy, or 58,928 pounds avoirwould lo greatly damaged. Tho ho sighed. to Mary'a home, we'ro soln' We're goln' Wett "Alas, too truol" when it was unhooked. UnexpectedWeittodle; dupois. wheat was injured considerably Ijy tho Inivo been swearing by n Fourtu-of- l . me Then he who aoea the iparrow fall, who cotinti ly, need ono say, tho fish, by a sudrains on Recount ofcarclesx July balloon." continued tbeocean'aaandi, A Strange Jury. Tho supreme EVAPORATORS, MAYPIELD WATER ELEVATORS, inhomo not den jerk, unhooked itself, jumped Will take ua to the better home-l- he stacking and lack of industry. And ho didn't say another word uu Court of California has granted a now built with hinJi. to tho man's mouth, and made straight There are on the Island several good til ho good nightcd nt tho gate. Itr JoiikH.Vatks. liar trial in the case of a man convicted for his throat and ran part way in. A quarries of limestone, which goes from pcr's Magazine. An Austrian Thief. of murder in the second degree, ou the cat and a fish aro alike in one respect here to all points on tho Canada shore. QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, A carriage of tho train bound from ground that tho jury drank so much A Modest Lunch. they can not be pulled by the tail mere was once a uno iorcai oi oa Divcr a Xm York gnIoo Vienna to Pcsth contained, one even- the wrong way of the fur or scale. beer, etc., during the trial as to unfit anu ce..ar am. ow or son, o, un ocr, kccpcr WR3 nwaUiug the departure of, ing lately, fivo passengers nn Enthem for proper and serious deliberaWhen tho man attempted to tako out ... . u u ti,c traiu ror Tottcnville, wlien ho wi glishman, two Magyars, and a mild tho fish his back fin stood up and in- tion of the evidence. The trial lasted Content, &c. Also mere s an nuunuuoe o uc anu acc()lctl by a rough.ooklnB man looking m.iu of sixty and a handsomo eight days, nnd it was shown that dur homo to his terfered, and tho man ran .. u.o uosi ...mug omo ucor. i ing that timo four kees of young German, who seemed dreadfulnaked him for a dim h who pushed the fish down, goon ...nermau ... ,, observed friends, poinv in uuc line, Tho Englishman ly sleepy. 0f tl beer, fivo gallons of wine, ten bottles And tho and the fisherman had dined. You can, Willi ono pouui in one season man, having seen him about his s that the sexaganarian essayed to chat may riso up and denounce tho forego- of claret, and considerable whisky six or eight hundred dollars catch loon occasionally. Tbo man told hit with tho young German, who, howev- ing as a baso fabrication, but persons were purchased by tho jury at their worth of fish. This is a great resort I19 None claim a better Flow, bat hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutter was starving. Diver said ho woul er, yawned and soon slumbered. Tho can bo produced who will swear to tho own expense and consumed by them for fisherman. ing, ace, aone on saori nonce. without knowledge of the court. givo him no monoy, but taking out hi sexaganarian became garrulous, and main facts in the case. Providence This is a point of interest to tho 1 9mm T. M. JOHN8TON. ho wrote the lol lamented nt his son's carelessness in Journal. pencil nnd Salosmon. WALKER Mo KINNEY, find here grooviugs in It is a curious anoraally in the progeologist; wo -e money mattters. "See him now, going Kd- - Koppcrs, bote lots in" uoto to duction of butter in the United States the rock cut in tho glaziul period, and keener nt tho landintr: "Givo tin to sleep in a carriage full of straugersl Tin: Foon Sihtly op Europe. granito bowlders scattered over tho tutor follow n dinner whatever ho, I think I'll givo tho young roau a Notwithstanding the enormous outflow that tho larger the volume of its pro 1 . . .. ... of population from Europe, and the duction tho higher its average cost. island. Tho island was once inhabit- wants. Will scttlo tho score when II t"B"i -ur once in nis uie; M nnu, ; thero aro threo here ed by Indians the lapel of his coat, lie laugh-thi- s simple if not scanty diet of tho poorer When the production was but 1,000,- back. P. Diver." Armed with iB "P now, but they aro not n romnnnt of At masses that remain, the problem of 000 11h. per annum tho average for nolo the tramp went to tho hotel ingly drow out a pocket book. tho old tribe. Tho present inhabitants said ho food supply is already a serious one. the finest was 10c. to 12c. per lb;now, Has Just Oponod a Fino Stook of and ordered first a mutton stow, it Pressburg the careful tather are honest, intelligent and social. Any plato of roast veal, and corned beef must get out a minute; but when the Tho increase of population is about with a total production of 1,200,000 while tho annual lbs. per aunum the prico in many lo ono wishing to spend u summer iu a and cabbage. Having eaten most train moved on ho did not return. 3,000,000 a year, quiet, pleasant place could not do ravenously ho ordered a plato of lamb When tho youug man woke up they food product is equal only to eleven calities within the past three months Consisting of better than go to Pelce Island. Thoro and its accompaniments, a largo dish told him that his father had got out months' consumption. Tho rest ag- has been 30c. to 40c. per lb. But is always a delightful brcezo thero. I and taken his pocket book, "Sly gregating nearly 800,000 tons of this country did not export butter to of tomatoes, four dishes of peas, and tons of grain, Europe to nny extent when the article returned home by way of Detroit and two plates of salmon, and tho man father!" he shrieked; and clutching his meat and 8,500,000 Sandusky. I got left at Amhcrstbiirg chief defi- sold at 10c. to 12c. per lb. - AND took a rodt for n fow minutes and then tmpty pocket ho burst into a volley of has to be imported. The a nt the mouth of tho Detroit river, and is in tho British Islands, which drnnk threo bottles of Scotch alo iu post unfilial imprecations. "I havn't cit station on the Ilussian At every in this way got to see moro of this succession, after which he ato four t father! I novcr saw tho old scoundrel havo to import every year nearly railroads is a griovance book, in which doad town nnd less of tho beautiful hard-boiland ed eggs and nu upplo pie. betoro. That pocket book contained 300.000,000 bushels of grain tho traveler may inscribe his wrongs Also, a Nico Lino of city of Detroit, but I would not ad,1,000 florins. lie roust have seen it 050,000 tons of meat. Y. Times. N. The bill was 83.95. in any language he likes, and which is m Detroit vise any ono to do likewise. ticket," when I took my A dwarf 17 years old and hardly periodically read by tho authori Colonel Folsom was rcadiug tho is two well known to need nny do inches in height was sold ties. The American traveler is not I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Host Goods in tho Market, to bo scription from me. Thero is building morning paper at tho breakfast table, i Fastinq ah a cure rou Riikuma twenty-fivWood, professor of cliom-ijtr- y in Frnuco to Jean Lumeau, by his provided witii nny grievauco book, sold at Bottom Frioos. Call and examine a business houso that will surpass any when ho exclaimed in horrified tone tism. Dr. iu tho medical department of father, to bo exhibited iu a booth. His but he is allowed to write a long letter TIM V- - HIGGINS, Salesman. thing yet built thero. Tho city is out of voice: "What n terriblo misforBishop College, Montreal, reports a purchaser conceived tho idea of estab- to the Superintendent of the road, deof debt, nnd has two million surplus. tune!" "What is it somebody got the lost package. Ho may It contemplates making'with this sur married?" his wifo nked in an indif- number of cases in which nccute ar- lishing a miniaturo menagerie, with scribing in any language he likes, as by fast- a dwarf as a tamer. He caused a write it plus a park tlmt will surpass nuy in ferent manner. "No; but a mnrried ticular rheumatism wai cured bo painted so as to tho Superintendent stows it away in a woman in Now York, in a fit of rago, ing, usually from four to eight days. number of cats to tho world. and never looks at it In no caso wub it necessary to fast look liko tigers, aud giving the dwarf pigeon-liolIt is reported that all of Michigan, threw n entice cup nt her husband. Jiim by kicks and again. except tho southern art, will loso Tho cup was shivered into fragments, moro thau ten days. Less positive a whip, compelled The Four Great Ports. Liv of tho wheat crop by the and ouo of thorn cutting his jugular results were obtained in cases of threats to goad tho cats into n furious k ;iT JmM9BHB JfcaaiaBPat :T Tho patients attack. Tho poor littlo fellow was erpool ranks as the most importan t chronic rheumatism. rnin. (treat damage has been doue artery he died on the spot. Tho reunfortu- were allowed to drink freely of cold literally torn to pieces by tho infuria- port in the world, with an annual to tho wheat nnd corn of northern porter says tho grief of tho tonnagoof 2,047,372; London stands Ohio by rain nud storm. I visited nate woman was dreadful to witness. water, or lemodade in tnpderato ted brutes. flat aiV aatlSfr UMmtm7mif.JJr lr f9Sytk yJTaBTpf jtl Indiana and found tho (corn crop al- Sho was frantic witli remorse, and quantities, if thoy preferred. No The candy eaten by a school girl second, with a tonnage of 2,330,088; most a failure. Along th,e Ohio rivor, in ado several attempts to put an end medicines wcro given, Dr. Wood costs just as much as her school books; Glasgow third, with 1,432,304: New "Poor creature," says that from tho quick and almost tho peanuts sho devours cost more York fourth, witli a tonuago of whro the country is rolling, tho corn lo her existence" As a manufacturing city Is very fino, hut back iu tho lovel flat said Mrs. Folsom, with a eigh; "I invariably good results obtained by thuu her singing lessons; her ico cream laud thoy w'ill nmko very little. I reckon tho broken cup must havo be- simplo abstinence from food iu moro cost) more than her French, and the New York leads tho world. thau forty cases iu his own practice, gas and fuel sho consumes while sparkheard that Illinois would raiso very longed to her now China set," On a Kentucky railroad the other he is inclined to beliovo that rbeumu-ti- ing foot up twico the cost of learning little corn. acres of school Texas has 50,000 day nu engineer discovered a man ly. after all, only a phase of indigesMost pooplo think it much bettor land rapidly appreciating in value, her to paint landscapes on old jugs ing across the track asleep with a big tion, can be cured by giving complete and pitchers. Therefore, how many bottle in his pocket. Tho bravo ento travel with friends; I foutid it moro aud worth probably 8100,000,000, nud continued rest to all the vicern. Whou and is expected to havo in tho not disdaughters must a man have to bo gineer climbed out on the pilot nud profitable to travel nlono. On n Denver mau's door was chalk rich. Detroit Freo Press. traveling with friends wo nro intisficd tant futuro a school fund of u quarter snatchod tho bottle just in time to keep ed, "Tho handsomest mau iu Coloraame in their company, but when nlouo of a billion dollars. Phil being spilled. do lives here," and the writer of it In describing a bathing costumo the its contents from wo feel forced to nmko acquaintances, has been BUed for damages hecauso it adelphia News. other day, Clara Belle said that tho Thoy mobbod tho widower who, at was iuteuso and tho pleasuro and profit of tr avel sarcasm. -i , skirt was too short to sit on. If thero Benzine will answer much better to Waterloo, Iowa, whilo erecting only a two-foliug h thus imtdo A boy of six aud a girl of two, at Isn't a dress reform at tho seaside pict-t- y exterminate moths, etc., roaches, his wife's grave, prepi no slab over Wm. II. Uloyd. Ikllardsville, Neb., aro mates for ..Mi eoon, ladies' skirts will soon be so than any thing else. It will not hurt sented a haudsome piano to the girl marriage by their UoardlDg-houslogia Whom tho parentJ, who havo be easiIs Proparod to do all kinds of Printing in tho Beat gods love die young. Thogods do not who had been very kind to him during signed an agreement that the wedding brief that after a whilo their suspend- furniture in tho least, and cau ers will show. his sad afllictkm. shall occur in 1807. of Stylo and at City Figuros. Ivy us. ly applied. lovo spring chickens. McKiknky, Aug. 25. fr. ToflnJa plat Tut-in-lh- o - er hi-an- nllurcmcnt of tho girls who llvo in cottages at Long Ilranch (writes Clara Hello to tho Cincinnati Enquirer) Is to Ho in a hammock. It wouldn't bo proper to undress and go to bed in public, but it is nil right to array oneself iu a rohoas whitonnd looso as a nightgown, and rcclino in a hammock swung botween varanda-post- s on tho roadsido of tho house. With tho air frco and no corset on to stiffen tho figure, tho girl who can't poso herself with careful careless in a hammock is unskillful indeed The hair should bo arranged Huffily uuder and arround tho head, tho body rests negligently, and ouo arm may hang down, but never n loot. Why tho lat tcr restriction ? Because the ardent ad mirer will be suro lo look for a foot dependent among the drapery that should gracefully overflow tho hammock, and for that very reason he shouldn't bo permitted to find it. The right idea is to disappoint tho rascals. A certain irreproachablo cottager on Cedar avenue is noted for her success in a hammock. All gazers are filled with admiration at Bight of her. Some of her positions nro a trifle extreme, as when she crosses her legs to mnko a book-rest- . Hut, in a place where young women outnumber young men teu to ouo, tho competition is necessarily brisk. Sometimes a good girl dees something so audacious as to mako folks talk against her, as when a a jolly tomboy from Philadelphia bet a fellow that ho couldn't put a dress on her properly. Of course, thero was nothing so very bad about it, for sho was clothed except tho mcro outer garment, and thero were half a dozen Nethertheless, all her spectators. wealth and social position are required to sustain her in the present crisis. Tho new 1 A Natural Copper Plating Bath. Two years ago, a mino operated by Wm. Utter, at Campo Scco, near Milton, water camo in and work stopped. To keep tho largo and bucket used to hoist rock from drying up and falling to pieces it was let down into tho water. Next season when it was drawn up, lo, a miraclel It was copper-boun- M'ROBERTo&oTAGG Opora Houso Block, Stanford, Ky., DrngM, U'Iiich, Sliulcitl lVall Paper. From this has and copper-baileHnokx, I.lqunrM, CliciiiirnlM, IiiHlriinciilM, Mrttloncry, industry, and tho ClenrH, l'nlntH, I'oeKrt sprung quito an OIIh, Totiitccou, Nohih. Cultlerr, mino has been sustaining itself from LaiupH, Pcrfiiiucr-- , Machine I'lrc A ruin, oro water ever since. Tho water con 2VccIIch. Our .Jewelry, Sllrcrwnro anil Optical Moods Department It In Charge of Col. tains an ncid which has the property of Thos. Mellaril, who will Itepalr W ntchca and Clocks Promptly nnd In the best taking into solution the particles of style. iron thrust into it, and it has also cop per in solution which islet go, particle by particlo, as the iron is picked up. It is a simplo chemical exchange, and this mine may ninkoanother profit still if it will get another chemical into the water which will mako tho acid lay down tho iron which, ns a black flood, tho water carries down into Stanislaus Itivcr. Tho copper indusOUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. try consists in taking bundles of scrap iron and old tin to tho mine, where it It cinliraccH .Staple ami Fancy Groccricn, 1'atcnt ami Family is thrust into vats of water caught up, Flour, Steal, Itacon ami T.artl, Tobacco ami Clgarx, Woodin which the metals nro soon changed en, Willow and Tinware, GIukh and (IncciiMwarc. Canned takto copper, the residue of the iron tho form of n black stream and ing Goods of all khidna Hpeelnlly. Kcmciultcr (lie place, "The flowing away. To make suro of makCorner Nlorc." ing the wnterswap all its copper for iron, which it it glad to do without boot, one vat is placed below another down the bank to tho river, and when tho water escapes it has eaten its fill of DE1LKE IN iron and left pay for tho meal in genStockton (Cal.) Mail. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY uine copper. FANCY ARTICLES. MsAMetel MkM Sf. Asaph. Block, Stanford. PENNY & McALISTER w nine-tenth- Shelf Hardware, aiiiiii Iron, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, long-o- m Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, .... j,. five-callo- faM Stoves,Tinware, Fruit Jars alt, Xjiirae, Groceries, the: champion steel flow, GENUINE lilVEU 1IIiXiED PLOW. noto-boo- k . .- 1 1 l. io E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL CLOTHSiTRUNKS THE- .. Mimim JmiriiaJ j' -- - ouo-thir- s, m e JOB PRINTING OFFICE -- Tt Stmi-StiU- f Iiln $iiftrior$ourn:tl sta:et:fq:i3P, icy. Tncsday Morning, W, P. WALTON, Angnst 29, 1882 EDITOR f I It appears tlist somo of tho boys arcnotcnrniiig to tSmo with their "voluntary contribution" to tlio corruption fund, ni fast as Jay Ilubbcll would liko'rtml ho has accordingly ntltlrcssctl tho rccnltrnnta as follows : com-inltt- i v; taken out and hanged. Five persons perished at the burning of the Lake Erie and Western Itailroad FAREWELL. Company's Elevator at Buffalo, Thursday Wonderful Season Drawing to a Close. night. Loss, $300,000. Success andMappf Times. Will Crab OrSprague has placd a chard Spn'nqs Sink orSwimt Your Future number of men on the groundsat Canon Congressman and Rising Man. A Predicdiet, It. I., to guard against the purchaser tion. obtaining posesaion of tho property. Tht Interior Journal.) Toth&IUor Hannibal Carter (colored) has enCain OitciiAUt), Ky., Aug. 23. Tho tered the field as a atralghout republican season is now drawing to a close, and soon candidate for Congress, In the Second Mis- the gay and festivo scene will be shifted to sissippi district, against Chalmers. t0 MEW It AT POLITICAL other theatres of action. Tho betles and There have been quite a number of pO' Judge Richard C. L. Montire, Presi- beaux who have figured so conspicuously dent of the Virginia Supreme Court of as chaiacters in a Summer's play, will liticat visitors here during the Summer, Appeals, died Friday at his home in Staf- have shed their gay plumage, thrown aside who Inxurate In the discussion of their ford county, Va., aged sevcnty.sevcn ycara. their nlaMiues and once again entered into favorite theme, and are quick at noticing Tho little village of New Haven, Nel the duties of every day life. The grand the different political changes that may oc son county, recently fined the L. & N. rail old halls of plcssure, that have for months cur in the dim, distant future, and the po road $1,000 for obstructing a crossing on past reverberated with songs of lovo and litical horizon of your vicinity has not es They look with Main street, in that place. The road has pathos, with laughter gay and joyous, and caped their attention. taken an appeal. dancing feet and happy faces, will have reasonable certainty upon the eltctionof At Browsville Saturday there were 53 lost its lustre and be in reality "some ban Col. Phil Thompson, and think his renoni new cases of yellow fever and three deaths; quet hall deserted." Nothing left but the ination a fit tribute to his merits. But and at Matatnoras but few new cases and fond remembrance of the pnst, and happy, then they ray there must be a limit to all no deaths; and at Pensacola ono death; at happy days ot the season of 18S2. Will things, and that probably after the next term Col. Thompson may retire upon the Havana 19 deaths during' the week. they come again? Third Assistant Postmaster General When you tako into consideration the laurels already won, or be an aspirant for Hazen saya that the Postofiice Department, cold and rainy season, and difficulties in higher honors. Then the question arises after paying all experses, will put about many shapes that had to be overcome to "who will probably be the deservingchuice one million dollars into the treasury vaults make it a succex- -, I think all wilt agree of the people T" Your corresjiondent has on Recount of the fiscal year just closed. that it is wonderful. It is useless to expa- conversed with many of them at various Aleck Julian, brother of Hon. Ira Ju- tiate upon the good management of Gen. limes, and has also been a good listener to lian, committed suicide on the Robinson any more than has already been judges, lawyers, bankers and farmers, and at Shelbyville, Ky., by shooting himself done in your columns. Suffice it to say, their many ssge remarks and wise predic through the brain He was a candidate thai he has only done what he was expect- tions have been stored away In his memory their salaries to further Mahonize journed without result. The friends for sherifT at the late election, and his de- ed to do; has only added another star to box for further reference. To sum the State. A Texas paper aptly ilthat of both Adams and Kendall were un- feat is believed to bo the cause. his reputation as a gentleman and a host, whole thing up, their almost universal pre lustrates these "purely voluntary con The English shelled the enemy's works and that Crab Orcturd Springs in his diction is, that the coming iran for this yielding and it was finally decided to tributions" as follows : "How did you successor to give each man his strength outside of Sunday afternoon, in the vicinity of Rant-le- hands in the future, it not of doubtful suc- section of the State and the come to get in jail?" asked a gentleman and also the outposts near Aboukir cess. May llio-- e into whose hands it has Col. Phil Thompson in Congrrss, whenever Montgomery, from which county there of a negro ho saw behind tho bars. The reply was feeble. The Egyptians are fallen "look before they leap," as to its fu- he sees proper to retire from public life, or were two sets of delegates, and leave it believed to be retreating. Gen. Wolscley ture management. As for your humble be promoted, will be "Dey put mo in heah for borryin' to tho cou w. (I. WELCH, State Central Committee which has obtained a fresh supply of water for correspondent, he now avails himself of of your city. He has spent quite a large money from a friend." "Why, they candidato is entitled to its vote. It is his forces, this last opportunity to express in words can't do that. It's no crime to borof his time here during the Sum General Wolseiey, with the first di- that come from a feeling heart, his grati- portion presumed that tho committee will order has been intimately and continually money." "Yes, boss, butyer see row all the English cavalry and sixteen tude and thanks for the kind, gentle and iner, a primary election there, in which vision, thrown with these old stagers, and hence I bad ter knock him down wid a club event Mat Adams will be the nomi guns, attacked the Egyptians at Mahatta, almost brotherly treatment he has received their prediction. The future can only tell several timea before be would loan it Friday, and routed them. He captured at his hands, and to assuro him that in the nee, as he should. It is a very great Col. Welch, for some years has been Trus five Krupp guns, seyenty-fiv- e railway car- future, nothing on earth would give him ter me, an' den I had ter tako it outen misfortune that such a contest should riages laden with provisions, and a large more pleasure than in some way, under the tee of this properly and il has naturally his pocket myself." brought him in contact with very many of arise as it endangers tho chances of quantity of ammunitions and rifles. guidance of a Divine Providence, to be best men in the State, in a business ca named Young, who cither candidato aud makes the success A convict Jag. Redden (colored) was hanged able to prove his gratitude. Tho same the pacitr, and it has always militated to his had the just sentence of a Court fix- of John D. White more promising. Friday morning at New Castle, Del , for may be said to and of Col. W. G. Welch, great advantage. Personally, he is one ing his terra at threo years in tho pen- The voto stood at the adjournment of committing a rape on a little girl in Feb- of your city, "Quantum St." A good who would bo noticed among a thousand; ruary last. Robert Parker was hanged at General is always more or less indebted to itentiary for grand larceny, wiped out the convention, Adams, 28 and to the fullest extent has he the power Aiken, S. C, on same day for murder of his staff officers for success, and this is not by tho miserable old loon, who dis- Kendall 29 18-1- 9; of endearing himself to all who surround 32 and a fraction his wife by poisoning last December. He an exceptional one. Gen. Robinson lias htm. His legal attainments are too well- graces the highest office in the State, being necessary for a nomination. maintained his innocense to the last. on his stiff, Mr. John A. Fleet, who has known to comment upon, and heretofore went to Cincinnati and in les3 than a the Virginian who stood off acted his part nobly, both in and out of .Garland, The Matrimonial Insurance swin six paces and sent four slugs into the body the office, and is fully appreciated by all his ambition has been to advance the In week, committed threo similar crimes terests of his friends politically and socialis not likely to take much of a of Addison, the Baltimore drummer who have visited here. Give to him all to the ono he should have nttoned dle hold in Kentucky, as tho Insurance whose pistol would not fire, was yesterday tho credit he deserves. Mr. Andrew Eg ly, and It soon will be time for them to rehere. Fortunately when ho goes up turn the compliment. Even now, he la a next time, it will ho in a State where Commissioner is determined to proee- adjudged not guilty of the murder that bert, of Crab Orchard, aa chief of the po- warm personal friend of Mr. Thompson, resulted. Propably the woman in the rase lice force and guardian of our welfare both and ia letting no opportunity pass to prothe Governor docs not conceive it to cuto every agent or other persou con did it with her little Hatchett. C. J. night and day, has faithfully discharged cerncd in tho business, unless such advancement. This doubtless be his highest duty to turn murderAbout a year ago Belle Smoote, a col- bis arduous task, and is entitled to the mote his fully appreciated by Col. T. Seners and thieves looso upon a long suf- associations fully comply with the ored woman, entered suit in the United many friends he has won, and is eminently will be ator Williama a few days ago, in speaking laws of the State, which require a States Court to recover $10,000 damages worthy of promotion. The parties who fering public. By the way, in just of the race between the Hon. Joe Blackpaid-ucapital of 8100,000. If you for being ejected from a train on the Ken- purchased could not leave their property one year from next Friday, Blackand the Hon. Mr. Owens, siid: "It bo swindled tbo best tucky Central railroad for not giving up in safer hands until another reason rolls burn steps down and out, and may do not wish to burn ia not the fancy, flowery, flippant saker plau is to let such insurances severely her ticket when refused admittance to the round, than in his. So say we all. The that has the influence in Congress, but it is tho devil never send his like again to ladies' car. Judge Barr Saturilay dis- next star of magnitude upon the staff,"! alone. who can mix well socially with pollute tho morals ot tho Stato by a missed the petition of the plaintiff, and his Mr. James Gilkerson, who with urbane the man A correspondent of tho Cincin- decision holds "that, as this is a suit for manners, kindly smile and greeting, strict other members, gain popularity from and lowest and studied partiality to its nati Commercial says that tho Chair- the covery of damages, it is not within the attention to duty and untiring energy, has upon this stand point, and secure the pasmost depraved populace. of his local bills for tho benefit of his man of the republican State Execu terms of the Civil Rights Act, and the added greatly to the pleasure of the reason. sage Tiieue seems to be a stroug dispo- tive Committee, tho Chairman of the United States Court has no jurisdiction." In fact I may say that without him and State and constituents." Now, is there a man in the State who possesses more mag sition among the democratic repre- Stato Central Committeo, and the A company has been organized in his efficient assistant, Mr. John Newman, netism than Col. Welch? Ills friends sentatives in Congress to elect Hon. Chairman of tho National Congress- New York under the name of the Great the Springs would look to many of us as If stick to liim with the closeness of a leach, Jno. Q. Carlislo, of this State, as ional Committeo all unito in openly American & European Shortiine Railroad one of Its main stays had given away. strangers are naturally drawn to him by Company, with Norvin Green, president, Where'er their lot may be cast it is our Speaker, in case their party elects a declaring that John D. White ought some hidden power which he possesses, old bewith a view to shortening the prayer that usefulness and happiness coup and young alike, rerect and esteem him J majority in the next House, which not to bo permitted to go back to Con- tween this country and Europe. The plan led with success, may be their lot. Mr. It has never been our good fortune to there is now a fair prospect of doing. gress, as ho is a disgrace both to the is to convey passengers by rail to a point iVui. Ort has had charge of the dining-roohear him in a speech, but if his fluent con He would make a capital presiding on the Eastern coast of New Foundiand, for the season, and has give more party and to the public. versatlon Is any sign to go by, we ask no officer and would reflect iufinitely where steamers will be taken to a point on than satisfaction to visitors. He is posted more. Your county and this part of the As ExrECTED Judge Halscll was the western coast of Ireland, distance only as to his business, and knows how to Congressional more credit on the party than Joe district is, I am told, entiBlackburn, who it is said, is also au nominated foi Congress in the Third 1,010 miles. It is thought that three or please, and at the same time atop the leaks. tled to furnish the next Congressman, and, four days will be saved by this route. The kitchen under the charge of Mensl-cur- e where can you find a aspirant. SpeakiDg of him Congress- District. This is the closest politicalbetter than he? Seni Louisville is to have a grand rsllroad August Miverlie, is well known to Col. Welch lo Congress lor two contecullv man Ellis, of Louisiana, remarks : ly in the State, and with ns popular a celebration on the 12th of September to many nf your chizen, and ia "par terms, and I prophesy that he will return "I say with a good deal of 'confidence republican to contend with as Dr. commemorate the coniplvllon nf the Che The birad and confectionery de native Bute a fit and popular canJ will be tho next Speaker. Mr. Huuter, who is backed by any peake and Ohio, and its extension to parttnent with Mr. Jacob Myerat ilshead, to his that he didste for the Gubernatorial choice, even If Carlisle is a man of character, of rare amount of Hubbell's corruption fund Memphis, and nf the St Air Line is without exception llin be- I have ever he has to follow In the footsteps of your II has been the remark of all "how dlsiinitulslicd fellow citizen, Judge Ows4 discretion and sound iudemeut. He as may bo needed, the Judge will not The proposed plan of tho crlehratlon will be able to tarry much nn flowery beds lm a follows: Fire Depigment, military, splnidul the bread is" He deserves a ley. With Col Welch as Governor, John' would organize tho House so as to police, civio socieiie', exhihitl ins hy tli sending poxlliun in any of the No 1 rl bring to the frontal! that is good and of ease, ou his road to Washington. l'arlile as Senator, and other Represent, Louisville Fair AcUion, during ilie waiter has ul the country. The lives in the same ratio of Intent, Kentucky send to the rear all that is of mediTin: Hon. Alexander Luk, late day; and ut night a urancl illumination of lireii a tilrssiug to us all in prvwrving good could well ftil proud This is the predicocrity." elaborate fire works, and ei'ial inter and giHid service in the dining-room- , candidate for Appellato Clerk on the tion spoken of in a letter, a few weeks TiiEiiU is prospect of a lively time Prohibition ticket, got less than 3,000 displays at the Exposition, together with and lien the light of ilie Ilsreiu Sea rem has aiio, addressed to'you, aud is concurred in be added hy the never permitted the gs lo flicker but once, by many with whom I have talked. Second Tennessee district. votes in the whole Stato, which seems other such featurts as insv in tho and then il whs not his fault. There are ourumittee Brown-low'- s It was very kind in you to tender to me Ilouk, the man whom parson to prove that the peoplo hadn't uear nut more lhau 125 people now here, but the the columns of your paper, and I fully GARRARD COUNTT. has shown to be entirely as much confidence in his pledge as in son great probability is that the exctssive hot and thank you for the com Paint Lick, weather will compel tho hotel to be kept appreciate unworthy ot a seat in tho House of Tom Henry's. Aud if the latter in took the train at open until the 15th or 20th of September, pliment, and hope I have not used the About seventy-lirRepresentatives, being nothing more face of all this falls into the gutter this point for theGoresburg frolic last Sun- and that many will be driven from the space allotted to my letters to Ilie detrithan a characterless drunkard, has again, he should be promptly shot to day. ment of your paper, by my light and airy T. Ramsey has sold his store house oillcs to seek the shades of the Springs. L. notes from the Springs. Adieu I been nominated by one set of republi- death oil the spot. Among thoso who have given tone and which he occupied whilst living hre to cans and liulo, who was turned out of Tho Breckinridgo Newt thinks that luilro .to the company here during the Bucken's Arnica Salre. Willis Adams, Jr., fur $1,350. This sale is tho Kuoxville postoflico becauso he tho assertion of tho Danville Tribune evidence that real estate is increasing in Summer, and who stilt remain, are Mrs The best ulrs lu lbs worM for Cuts, Bruises, - was not a stalwart, by another. If 1'eachey Peay, of Louisville, the sister Bum, Ulcers, Bill ltbeum, Ferer Hores, Tetter, that Mr. Wra. O. Bradley is the value here. HauJs, Cbllblalni, Corns, sd4 alt bklu lite new mill ol i. uucker is now of Attorney General Speed of Mr. Lin- - Eruptions, intl poaltlHly cures lles. ItliKuir- thoy both run as they likely will, the young Henry Clay of its party, is a Institution coin's administration, and of the late Hon, stiteol to (Its eutlrs silWbctlou or money refunddistrict will 1)0 represented in tho slanderous attack on tho memory ot completed. and It Is a Joshua F. Speed, of Louisville She is ed. Tries 2S cents per bos. Fur sals by l'unuy A lu every department. Mr. Rucker promCongress by u decent democrat. tho dead putriot. next ises to make the very best of Hour and much sought after by the Intelligent ones, McAllilsr. Away. both for her conversational powers Tins Is about ns bad a'summcr on The llourlon JVetM says tho day meal, and we firmly believe he is the right knowledge, politically and otherwise. and Wa cannot belp Cuen lbs liberal oflVr lusds noticing She man In the right place. o tu alt Invalids sud sulTcrers by Dr. King's New is on independent can- for Craddock to bo looked ou as a ci re used ns it -- Married, Aug. 21th, by Rev. J. L. is a terror lo the "shoddy 'a" or otr telert, Dltromy lor ComuuiUlou. You srs reuntel tin Jesus, is fast on the wane. Wo Barnes, Jatnaa didates. Coup's, ouo of the largest In Scott to Miss Fannie tot their pedigrees is aa familiar as her A lo call at Fenny A MsAlIiter's Drug Mors, aud thocouutry has stranded at Detroit hopo not. A littlo tm Jesus is not Maret, both of Garrard county. We ex- B C. She is accompanied by Mrs. Col, got a Trial llottls free of cost, If you are suffering vllb Couiuupllou, Ssvers Cougbi, Colds, Astbiua. and is to be sold by the sheriff. This fouud every day. tend to this young couple our hearty con- Ward, her daughter, and two younger Urontbllls, Uj Ir'sver, Low of Voles, Hoarseness, dozen so far this (he United Malta gratulations; may their pathway through daughters who aru great favorites with ev orany aUiictloa of lbs Tbroal or Lungs, It will. makes fully a half failure In -J- JusInea life be one continual stream of happiness. ery one. Ills to be hoped they will re positively curs you. last week are reported at 107. season to go up the flume. sue-ceer, Tost-officper-cen- t: 1-- 19, p sea-triexcel-lance." s -l ho-tiii-ae Your fallnre to respond to the circular of May 15,1882, pent to you hjr this Is notrtl with surprise. It In hopeil that tho only reason for such failure U that the matter escaped your attention, owing to the press of other csres. Great political liattlea can not be won In thla way. This committee can not hope to uiecee il in the pending struggle) If thoso most directly benefitted hr success are unwilling or neglect to aid in a substantial manner. We are on the sklrmfsh Hne,oMS8i, wltli a conflict before in this fall of great moment to the llepublic, and you mut know that a repulse now is full of danger to the next Presidential campaign. Unless you think thai our grand old party ought not to help it now In ita itrtiggle to build np a new 8outh, in which there shall be, as In the North, a free ballot and a fair count, and to maintain such hold on the North as shalTlnsure good government to tbo conn-tr- 7 It is hoped that by return mail you will send a voluntary contribution, equal to 2 per cent, of your nnnual compensation, aa a substantial proof of your earnest desire for the success ol the Republican party this fall by transmitting by dratt or postal payable to the order of Jay money-ordee A. Hnbbell, Acting Treasurer, Ixck JJox G83, Washington, D. C. Unless the recipient of the nbove little missive forks over the desired amount his name is put on tho black list and as soou as it can bo dono, he is given tho grand bounce. This two per cent, is supposed to go alone to the fund to buy Congressional seats for republicans and in addition to it, the bosses can demand a further "con tribution" for State purposes as in the case of Pennsylvania office holders, After a day or two of balloting, who are assessed an additional two- the convention at Hazel Green, Wolfe per cent, and of Virginia, who are of county, to nominate n candidate for forced to nrile up five Congressman in the 10th District ad half-hearte- d Tin: Richmond JltnUltr, in dircuis ing tho rcpubublicin nominee for Congress, y ! Bradley Is a gono gosling lcyond the perndventuo of n doubt. Tho fact of tho matter is that Bradley is the weakest man whom tho rcpub-licans could liavo nominated in tho Kigth District. Ho is not personally popular in his own party, and thcro aro numlers of prominent republicans who may voto for him but will mako no effort to elect him. Ho has roado himself offensivo to many ot them and thoy will secretly only bo too glad to hear of his defeat by an overwhelming majority. In addition to this he has been twico defeated for tho same position and ho starts out heavily handi capped. Ills own peoplo havo no sort of hopo that ho can win the fight, kiud of support and tho which ho will receive from thesd will ho of no advanlago in the rnco. Indeed Bradley is beaten to begin with, and wo shall not bo surprised to sco Thompson's majority pushed up to fivo thousand. Thk New York Sim prints this promising report of political affairs in that Stato: "If tho democrats act wisely this fall, their chances for carrying tho Stato aro about as good as when thoy elected Mr. Tildcn Gov ernor in 1874. Tho republican party in tho Stato is rent by bitter feuds. Its two factions aro bent upon destroy ing each other. Tho party is heavily weighted with tho profligato record of Congress. The republicans controlled each House, and aro responsible for their misdeeds. Tho party is seriously damaged by tho proceedings in the legislature last winter and spring. The Cornell deal with Tammany made this the most unpopular legislature ot the past forty years. Except in ono or two places, the democrats of the State are thoroughly united. With harmo ny in their counsels ana a strong ticket and full vote, they cau win a victory at the polls in November." NOTES OF CVflRENT EVENTS, Hon. J I'roctor Knott will make the first speech In Ms gubernatorial canvass at Winchester, September 2. Of er one hundred women aro on trial Hungary, charged at Gross lleeskerelc, with poisoning their Jinsbands. Smith, who assaulted a white lady, near Utile Hock, Ark., was lynched by a disguised party, who shot him to death. Dr. Charles It. l'ryor, the Courier-Journa- l correspondent orer the nom lt plume of died in Boston, Mass., Saturday. A terrible disaster la reported from Texas. The town of Hen Picklln has been washed 'away by a freshet, with a loss of Messrs. David C Pnlllns and Samuel Warnlcutt have formed a copartnership in the drug and grocery business at this place. They have taught out the grocery store of W. H, Cox. We trust these young men jnay meet with good success In their en lerprle. Dr. Craig, of Chicago, assisted Iter W. Crow In communion Services at Paint Lick Presbyterian Church last Sunday, A protracted meeting Is in progress at the forty lire. K. K. McKay, lVj., of Nelson, la a candidate for Congress in the Fourth district, and Hon. It, II. Young, of Louisville, will likely be In tho Fifth. In the Iltver and Harbor BUI this year the Southern States figure to the extent of $1,001,500, and the Northern and Western States get $7,109,000. A railroad train near Jacksonville, Kla., was stopped by a mob on Friday, and two prisoners arrested for murder were Several Christian Church at Klrksvllle. additions to this dite. Rnr. Mr. Wilson is assisting the pastor, Iter. M. Elliott. I.yttleton Rico formerly clerk for I). (I. Slaughter, now smiles behind tho counter ol R. II, Batson. James Burns, recently returned from Missouri, has engaged aa clerk for Q. Shumate. Geo. R. llacklcy, assistant railroad agent and tele graph operator at Greenesburg, Ky., has Just been promoted to the position of railroad agent and telegraph operator at Bloomfield, Nelson county, Ky., at a handsome Increase of salary. George was raised In this vicinity nmt is now only 17 years old and has been in railroad business and telegraph operator about 0 months, and this makes his fourth promotion. His host of friends here wish him much success in his new field of operations. main aa long as the warm weather continues. Mrs. Tapp, two daughters and son are also here, and have added much, very much to the enjoyment of the Summer, One of her daughters is a prodigy In the wisdom of her sayings for one so young, and may, with proper culture, be a second "Hannah Moore." Mr. McCready and his mother still re' main, and have formed ties ol friendship with us all that will never be forgotten, He is quito a gallant, Is modest ami gen tlemanly, agreeable and moral. Ladles take notice. Among those left fa Mrs. Anna Semmea Bryan, of Memphis. She is noted aa being one of the most elegant and fascinating la dies of Tennessee, is the daughter of Ad' miral Semmrs, ot historic fame, Is exceed' ingly stylish in person and flippant upon the tongue. Add lo this a high education and good common sense, with great perceti-liv- e powers, and you have the lady. She also, Is a great favorite in society, and is capable of filling almost any vocation In as to the theories life. She Is advanced by her distinguished father as to the wind and tides of the "mighty deep," and never tires In giving information con cerning them. She will remain for some time yet, and alt are glad. Dr. Caldwell and family are here for the season, and am glad to aay that he looks much better in health and spirits. This Is very gratifying lo Ills many friends throughout Kentucky, and especially in A Louisville, where he is so careful use of these waters, will, we hope, give him many long years of usefulness to the public, and happiness in the bosom of his family. rROr'ISMOVAL. T. W. VlaSON. HTANKOUD, KV OIBfS In Owiley A Hon's nsw Imll.llng-- AinX! T. W.ftWB II. WSLUCK K. VASSOIT. VAHNON, UN J 1YM A.T up stairs. ATTOUNHV A.I TA.AV, LANCASTF.lt, KY. Msitrr Commissions r and County Attorns. Will In Courts of (larmd and adjoining counties and In tlisCbnrlof Apprtl. O. KAUFl'MAW, prsrllesln sll " THOMABl'TltlFl,, ATTOIINJIY AT BTANFO!lt, KY., Jit, T,iA.-V- , 3 $ Will prattlm In Hit Courts ot Iblt and adjoining counties snd In Ilia Court of Apppals. Oil) In Osiley A Hon's nsw bulldlng-- np list rs. ALEX. ANDBHBOW. ATTOHNaJY J , Will ? snvrTlJT DAN VILLI'., SjjlNtl JJOUTII. Will rractlroln lb Courts of rioyU snd adjoining fountIIm and In lbs Court of Apials. MAHTBIIHON l'BYTON. sll rrillf In.and th. Ourn of Cswy and counties, In lbs Court of Art'"' RPlal attention alien to collections, tines over II. T. I'lercs's store. 40 inaisis roarasavcouavv, LIIIKKTY, KY. Dlt. J. O. OAHPENTEn, STANFORD, Omcs over llobt. 8. t.y tit's slore. from 1 lo J and 7 to r. w. KKNTCCKY ' Office bouri J. J. WILHON, DlSNUlHtr. BTANFOIII), KY, Office and lUaldcnce, Upper Main HI. HUltGHON i3NTIHT, STANFORD, KY. Office South side Mtln Htint, two doors sbevs ths Myers Hottl. Fur Nitrous Uxld (Its tdmlnlitared wbso required. LEH S HUFFMAN. It. O. aflasaaaVsaV Will b In minfurd two weeks of each month, from first Mondsy. Dental rooms In St. Asaph Hotel, oier Mc&'liter A lit lib fa. (Seoslgn.) At Uofaitef two weeks of etch month Iron tblrdslondsy Denial rooms In MtaonllouM. (Seoslgn.) Fun nitrous osld gtM administered HTmU U13NTIHT, MOItfJAN, V. D. B. i I, wbennectsary. 4C2-l- f XT. VrRIO IDVtKTISKMMTK. nasi m. Htuimrrr, ATTORN EY AT LAW. Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will practice hit nrofeaaton In Roekraalle and adjoining counties and In the Court f Appeals. rictai aucauongiTen loroneeiiona. jj gkJMHr VAKIETV STOKi: ICV.. Springt. J. E. VOWELS' Ml. Agencr of Chilled ! ten, Mitchell Farm Wagoni, Nevr Home Sewing Machine, Tolor'i Elutio Bed Boath-Ben- d Flowi, Avery'i Cast and Steel Plowi, Backers Betpnri k Mowen.SweepsUkei Threa- it? Ky. Institution for tho Blind. d7 Mi on lh 4th tfiVttfM.NT titil II to ! tlrvirwi i that I mm r? MIckI rhlM iotl rlchlT-f- Tran f . tM of Utr-- f fa Ins) urn I U t rue t tun, will . Uk aJraolac) of th irral farllttlrf llerl y tht CteMuwawriUh of Krnltwky rurobUlnin a valuahU lurattotn Ad- Hoard id J tultUm ratiJr4 If lb Stat ITM It 11. (JUltllf&JDl of tbtf PI. I1I.I.B ItUIIIUIrOll 1ttIUoI oftl. KirUef rrti.tN of tht !n-attliulivn for MtM-atloIht PlloJ. ThUlDMltutlon willoikri fortr Art kuUd lerbrtlf btrti UrN.tM, l( ItlXJGINN HOUSE! Sviaroao Stisht LANCASTER, JOIIX -- KENTUCKY T. IIKMIINS, l'UOl'UIKTOIL HOTEL, futile Itl-l- CM A FIRST - CLASS Invery articular, Thwlialronaceotth solicited, snd aatUractloa guirmtced. f ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Stuiifortl, Ky. JOHN DINWJDDIEtPR0'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 82.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Ilhave recently taken charge of this home s and intend to havo accommodations. urst-clu- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND Its Proprietor it Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. is Determined Shall be Seoond to no Conn that try lltivaie nlllhetoatered Kperlal to aad from the depot free of ekarge. arroramodatloa, to to t'oninierrlal Traieleri. The liar will be alnafi kipplfed with the choicest braaij, or Liquor, aad (liars. WM. DAUGIIERTY Sucreiioi Is Daugbrrl A Iloluts, NTANI'Oltl), - - KENTUCKY, MsauriiTuaara or. I if Fine Carriages, Buggies, u Cbil J AND PHAETONS, WAGONS OF first-clas- s lit-tl- ALL KINDS. Carriages of all descriptions, Wsuauufactur woikiuau snd tills aniiilueluif onlr tint-cla- a only flrit-cla- u issterlal, and sell at rsasousbls figures.-!!- ,, workuiaiublp aud material conild J, 111 WM. UAUUIIKHTY. K:J ,i l 'X 5tniMtcffifTn(trior3onniaI Tuesday Mornlnfj, Nr.w Vai.1i fjAi.nwm J.jlleV. Fori llRNrc-Tl- io at lloliert 8. lioii, till Jnntiar - Jm, N. I)tU store- lal, April to It. Iv. will find n good in the rear atpure, ntar tliejail. - - August . 29, 1882 Harrow, Our County filend hitching of the place) court-hom- LH, I0CAL TIME LAID. for their horac I'siMnger trains North.. Houlb. LOCALNOTICCS. 1HV 1'AtlrTH t 10. w. p. a cs m of IVnny A McAllater. Kixvkn frouw 8ujrr for $1 at McAl-I.U- r I AM ani.MNo Laurel County Coal, and my friend and everybody elae, will find it to their interest to ace me before buying their winter aiinnlle T. I). Nwln,l. - in ine city ait'enny .HCAiiattm, Watch m, flock and Jewelry repaired ana warranici by renny A McAUsier. Fa I... lot (I Ztlslrr'a Hlioea juat rtcelr nl and for sab at J. II. AH. II. rjliankr. Wanted. tounliy bacon, highest market price In caA paid. McAlliter A Hrlght. l'tmr. ALlcn. Fruit Vinegar, beat in the world, for aaleonly by McAIlaler A Hrlght. You will finj the beat ami cigar 14 town at I'enny A McAlIa ter'a. Fort the purist nil freshest candles, and beat fruila, Ircpical and home grown, ! wayago to McAllater A Ilrlght'a. PERSONAL TiioMA A Hrlrf.l. Kino oil Minting juat ttccirtil it Ale llolxrta & Hkk. ami Cement constantly- - on Halt, hand a A. Owsley's. Nrw storl nf Jewelrr ami Sllrerwaro at Penny A MlMiilerV lleaiillful ItiM ol latrnt box stationery. ai nicuotxrl A HUgK . riu'rr Jan In any style ami at your iric ai iwciister ft ilrlRhtn. MUM and ernp Cinr.it Mi (mi oratnra for 4j by A. Owsley. Lovr.it oOoolTanill (1ml llic licst .U London I giving the It. H. great trouble by II frequent caving The excursion train wa delayed an hour Sunday by numerous Urge rock on the The tunnel near track. at Arabl, write us no cause whatever for the suspicion that Mr. Jack Hasty waa pois oned. Ho wa prtycnt.and know she died of a congestive chill. corre-tiomlc- Our that there wa Mi mix Johnson ha gone to Lebanon. -- Mit. J. C. FtonriMor. and family nro wising hit parent tlXelsotiTllle, Ky. Mix SAI.ME 1'isnnv left yeaterdar for Islington to t1U her anut, Mra. Orarea. -- Cou T. 1 Iliu, wife and Mia Mild. d Lewis returned from l'arksrllle, yea MAitr tioor. of Sedalla, Mo., a rery elegant UMjfs l Wailing relatirr in thla Ticinlty. lUltliKit, a rery handaome MlM Km-young lady of Itlchmond. waa vlsltlng Mra. Jo. II. McAH.ter. Cou C. r.KofiiRnr.n,wl(hhladangh' Lee, left yesterday to Wail ter. Ml' bia daughter at Islington. Mil. andMiw. II. C. BrtmilT leave to day for Cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa of intercut in the Korthweat, Mim Minnim DiNwinDir.nent to Lon don Sunday with Mra. A. It Drche, with whom ahe will remain. aeteril daya. Mim An.nii: Cook, of Ilomtonv ille, the leautiful hrunatte and the peerless prima donna of Lincoln county. passed through litre returning from a trip to the ( utnherland Fulls. Somerset Itcporter. . LOCAL MATTERS. Mr. H. 0. CoLuen ha h new boy at hi Mr. II. T. Johnson is lso in the house. i a me predicament Lauiri, call and examine tho hgnt run. ning New Home Sewing Machine, the beat In the world, for aale at Chenault, Severance A Co'. Last Notice. All account due Hale A Xunnelley not rettled ky September 15th, will be placed in the hinds of an officer. there ia but little doubt that the Kentucky Central will be extended from Stanford to Tenntwee and within a abort time, e made in 1776 An Kxolish ia carried a a pocket-piecby Col. T. V. Varnon. Craddoclc carl get it for hi ahop by tending an a check for $5. aay nine-pence A.T.Nunneller. Tim QwritrJeurnal , L. F. Sliel-tobakery at Somerset burned the dwell ing of Mr. Newman, a couple of frame dwelling belonging to O. It, Woodcock, of Danville, and the reuiainaof tho Maaonic Hall. Hamim A 1)aivmn have ut received 15 ton ol Luke Ice, which they will sell in amall Iota at 1 cent per pound. I'eraon wanting large lota can get It on rcaaonable terma. They Hill veil manufactured ice at 1 cent per pound. A which originated In rmr. n' 1'kov. O. I'. MooitR hi obtained the content of the recent purchaser! of Crab Orchard Spring to oen a school in the building, and will notify hi patron in a few daya when hi fill and wlnteraemlon will commence. TiE Attention of Jupiter l'luviu ha Ing been called to the article In our laat la sue, he very promptly mi S .rday aent a gentle rain of lx or eight buur duration, giving the earth a good wtetlng and Injuring a aplendid oorn crop. m The BAI.AKV of the posltiiarter here haa liar, been raited from $1,100 lo $1,200 d rodaburg ha been raised $.'100 and $100. Our 1'. M. now haa to pay voluntary contribution fund to iiubbrir $21 or look out for another job. ltlcli-mon- Honey. J. M. Hackley, of ttilt county took tlii aeaoul,750 kjuiu1 of honey from twenty hive, notwithstanding it ha been If any a poor aeaaon for body doubt thi atatement, we have only to ay tint we got it from Speata Fieher, to convince them of it abaolute correctnet. honey-makin- of excurtloniatpMed Sixteen here Sunday en route for tho Camp Meetingfully 1C0O eople. Theio wi a good deal of whlaky drinking duiing tlie day, and by return train there wereJpalte a Dumber of drunktn men, whoae hideou yell could be heard for mile bIouk the track. There were aeveral lighta, and the wholo thing wa more demoraliiing than a circua. car-loa- d . . (lllANI) CONUEUT ANIi Hoi'. Vrlday night nex t,I'rof. Arnold and orcketra,wh!ch haa given audi great aatitfaction ut Crab Orohard Spring this aaon, will give n concert at the Stanford Opera House, beginning at 7:30 aharp. Till will laat till 0010 when the chair will be removed, and at 10 the uualo will be returned for ahop to laat 11112 a.m. Admtwlou to concert 25 cent. Lady and gentleman to hop $1.00, A cordial invitation to attend I extended to everybody. ThoLARGEST STOOKof WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY JVC 1'eiiaon having claim against the coun3E3C 3XT DR. DR., ty would do well to remember that unless AND NIlYVJBinVAIti: $8C0. they are sworn to and filed with the clerk C F, Ilogcr sold to J. C. Woodward Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Olocki and at least ten day before the October court, 225 acre of land on the K. O. K. II. .1 Takes this opportunity of thanking his patrons In Stanford and vltlnily for their liberal support, and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. they will not be allowed. hopes to retain It, as h hss selected a firi',-cstock thlsearly Id the season, befora belnf culled mile from Lexington at $90, and IGOacrea over, and It on the Hryan Station pike, 1 mile from The Dntn-roof Ihe Stanford and BOYLE COUNTY. course, make huge fun of the whole thing, l'reschertvillfl turnpike awarded the con the city, sold at $120 per acre. and glvo ua no quarter. Dannle. A number of cattle have died in Squire tract of tho whole roid to P. K. Sullivan of style. Ills motto Is: "Sustained In speaking" I rather more From lha best of Foreign Makers. They will b cut andmadsln George Hrlght' neighborhood of what apMr. A. R. Morris, formerly of Louis Iloyle, provided he can make a satisfactory Cutting and Ilepalrlng neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." modest than In speaking" as i the father pear to be poison, but where they got it ville, now of this place, bond for it faithful performance. except it be a weed, la not known. The of a fine boy. The little stranger arrived your frisky type made me say In my letLauiici. Coai, Co, composed of Lincoln Squire ha lost two valuable one, and a on Tuesday and ha been named after his ter in Tuesday's issue. I hope my audicounty men, J. V. McAIIsler, Pre., Geo. neighbor three. ence ira "entertained," while I wa "susgrandfather, Hon. Milton J. Durham. tained" by the dear LOUD in speaking Oiven, Vicel'rc, and W. 8. Hocker,' -- Col. It. J. While, of Madison, bought Low Mass wa celebrated at St. Paul Sec'y., I now mining and shipping coal. 45 head of 1200 lb. cattle of Sowel W. Church yesterday morning by Father Hi truth. We are all enjoying today the The col i of very superior quality, and Givens, to be delivered in October, at Gj Ilrady, the deservedly popular priest In company of Mis Nelie Andrews, of for grate puroe, Utter than Pittsburgh cents, and paid for them with the same charge. Father Ilrady will be absent in whopend21hour with us en TIilHlVctr HIUI. containing (ho latent ami coal. T.T. Dayies andA.T. Nunnelley number of cattle, averaging the lower part of hi parish during all this route to Missouri. Our little "Cricket." as we call her, is the same dear girl we knew week. " are it agent for Lincoln county. 1200 lb, same price delivered now. The camp meeting that ha been In over two years ago. She our first KenThe Harrodsburg JinlcTprine reiterate We Am: Informed that Jhe reason that session near Junction City closed last night. tucky visitor in Indianapolis. Gov. lllsckburn ha done nothing In the It former statement that Judge Tibbctt,of Fully 4,500 people were on the ground A magnificent new stato house is slowly For iiiaiiiilactiiriiiR meal anil flour, In now In full operation. case or William Austin, who killed hi Mercer, had a field of wheat that averaged yesterday, liesidea the 1C cars from the upgoing up. Until finished the Legislature Wo will grlml for ctiHlonicrM, for the present, on TucMlay, Weil CI bushel to the acre. The editor also aunt in Garrard county, and who haa been per L. & ,N there were 8 from Lebanon. assembles in the aUperb new court house, ncHtlay, Tlmrstlay, Frhliiy anil Saturday ofeaeli week, and on Cotirl-Dajsentenced to bo hung, i that on the same claim that nine Irish potatoes, weighing 8 On Ihe Cincinnati Southern, 0 car from aud all other public days. IV'c solicit liberal Hliaro that would adorn any city in the Union. day that the Court of Appeals adjourned pound and alt taken from one hill ha Georgetown and C from Somertet. Next of patronage aud will endeavor to give entire natlf-tactloThose who built it had in exacted idea of left at hi office. for the summer, a petiton for a new hearing lccn year great improvement nra to bo made in the future of this city.ns the words SiKctcmur Geo. W. Harbison, of Shelby county, of the case wa filed, which of course haa the grounds, alne hotel is to be erected, Aijendo, carved above the elegant entrance I cutting hi hemp crop with a Champion not been passed on yet. The chance are and bathing pools, to enable visitor to take explain. The perhaps, would A I way h on hand aud for sale. HiRlicNt cash price paid for Corn, reaper. He simply extended the In favor of Austin. A long a hi friend advantage of the salt baths are to be con- rather have not looked so far ahead, aa in Wheat, cVc. Order left at Itlill promptly attended to. have money to fee lawyer he will not roil nt rear of the cable nearly around the structed. A colored camp meeting comother cases, I know. Indianapolis Is laid table, and says it works splendidly. He & hang. mences to day on the grounds of Prof. Ranout in a square, with diagonal avenues let the knife cut but three feet and the running from N. E. to S. W. and N. W. to dolph, south of town, to last n week. MARRIAGES. bundle are just right in rize to cure a Another astonishing result has been S. E. Street cars penetrate to all parts of Mr. W. H. Gno, son of Gen. P. M. they are thrown off. There is no tangling, the city, and those diagonal avenues are ! Gano, will marry Miu Nettie Grissim, at and he cut through hemp ten feet in obtained by the timely and judicious uso esteemed a great convenience. But they of the healing water from the springs dis- ruin the appeaiance of the city, with unGeorgetown, next Thursday. length. T covered by Col. James H. Carrigian, on gainly corners, hi every style of triangularIB-5At P. C. Kidd's combination sale near Harrod's run, in this county. On Sunday ity, not to mention the bewilderment of a RELIGIOUS. Lexington Friday, 87 bead of trotting about 2 o'clock Mr. W. It. Mock, a fre- stranger in trying to make his way through One hundred year ago there w only stock sold at an averaged of $197. Gl. The the labyrinth of cross streets. quent visitor at the springs, got a gnat in Your Isst paper brings sad news of the one church to every 1,700 inhabitant of sorrel mare, Lucie Hronston, wa bought hi eye. He rubbed his eye with his handravages of the "last enemy" among our the United Rates; now there I one to by Jesse Dunn for $000. At the sheep sale kerchief, he gouged It with his finger, he friends of former days. God comfort the every 820. several imported Oxford sold at good got several fellows to blow in it. housed stricken ones, wo pray, and again we cry $120.-Aout for HIS coming, who will put an Kid. Williams and Livingston are prices, one at $100 and another at rery strange language toward tbo gnat, end to this carnival of woe. "Even so Iuiyc holding a meeting at Mt. Olive, in tills imported Southdown sold at $109 but all in vain, when some one suggested a come LOUD JESUS, come quickly." county, which had resulted In nine add! Cotswold proved a drag, there being no deEver In Him. Geo. O. IUknfa trial of the medicinal waters. Mr. Slock mand for them. tions to last report. consented nnd after drinking less than Worthy of Praise. The Wralrlan Female College at CinLancaster Court. A large crowd three gallons the gnat had disappeared. a evAs a rule we do not recommend Patent cinnati was sold a few day ago to pay a attended court yesterday, and between 150 Mr J. K. Sumral and her mother, but when we know of one that really is a be beatmortgage of $S0,000. It wa bought by the and 500 cattle were on the market. Cant. Mrs. M. E. Moore, havo returned after a public bfnof.clcr, and does positively cure, lhD My Collins Caskets Methodist at$78,lOTM, compreof its I. M.Dunn report that he sold 200 of them, pleasant sojoutn of several weeks at White we consider It our duty to impart tint l. assessed value and will be continued aa a heifers, at $18.25 to $1025, Steers at $21 Klutrlo Hitters are truly a moat valon Sulphur Sprints and Old Point Comfort, uable medicine, and will surely cure Biliousness, to $20 50. Five yearling cotswold buck at school. do Virginia. Mr. George Fisher and family, l'eitr and Ague, Stomach, Urer and Kiduey Hev. Geo. O. llirnea being unable to $10 to $15. Mule from $03 to $190. Maro o alt otber remidiea fall. of St. Louis, are visiting Mr. Fisher's Complaints, even (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) roach tho clasa of people he wishes to and mulo coll SS!. J. II Hunter sold Col. Jas. A. Fisher. Dr. Beatty We know whereof wa speak, and can freely reprechtd,a long a ho remain at a church, mountain ewe nt $2.50, mules nt $100, and brother, commend them to all. Exchange. Sold at fifty and family have returned from Chautauqua, cents a lottle, by I'enny A McAIIsler. ha engged Knglith' Opera House, for his scrub horse at $50. To mic grain in corn land or any ordinary land no preparation t needed xchere this implement and points North. Miss aMlie Vcech, of further attack on the citadel of the devil It usei limply drive into the field and go to vork seeding. Louisville,! visiting the family of Mr. G.W. LINCOLN COUNTY. NUn ADVEUTiSKMEM.S. at Indianapolis. Welsh. Col. W. S. Wilson.'a graduate of Hustonrille. llev.Geo. D. Archibald, D.D , of College and former collector of cusThe continuous rain is a draw-bacon Centre Ky., haa accepted the professorship ! Dr. Lapslcy' meeting, es- tom at Louisville, is here visiting friends. of Mental and1 Moral Science In the Uni- theprogres of "PRAISE THE -- ORD." versity of Wooster,and will enter upon the pecially aa most of the congregation reside The sale bonds for personalty of John Shanks, some distance from town. dec'd.due lus as Administrator of said Shanks, duties of hi chair at the opening of the arc now (undue. II not paid at once, suit will be lNHiANAroLi, Ind., Aug. 21th, 18S2. Thanks to you for the complimentary First-Clas- s Instilirted upon them. I will be at Crab Orchard college year. N. N. Observer, lUar Inttriort Combined One. 29tb,30tbaud3IstlnsU V. U, WKI.C'II, paragraph in your last, and to your readSunday afternoon we had another inHcv. George W. Musgrave, one of the Administrator of John Shanks. ers for the flattering notice they are pleased teresting child' meeting, with 27 confesmoat eminent divine of the Preabyterian Making the best and clieapetl implement ever produeed, An implement that i indispensable to take of my scribbling. sions of the brightest and sweetest characChurch, died in Philadelphia, on the 21th. - every crop cultivated. On Sunday, Jerry Hughes, a fawn-co- l ter. Humanly speaking, but for the chil He wa principal factor in the union of the orcd gentleman in this community, and Joe STANFOUD, KY. new and old achool branches of the Pre, dren I should have been in my grave, toLee, of the fame persuasion, collided, and day. How often have they held out their W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. bylerlan Church, between whom a rupture in the rencounter Jerry's head came in little hand to lift me from some abyss of occurred in 18.17. the way of a stono thrown by Joe, to the Tight comnlete sets of Scen despondency, when courage was almost Slse of bttgt, 20x50. At the recent meeting of tho Conferery sesiing capacity, Includloz gallery, (00. serious detriment of the head, and some gone. We ought to havo had 000 chil lleasonable ratea to good attractions. Address ence for the diatilct of the abrasion of the stono. as above. dren out last Sunday. There were not M. K. Church, South, at Ilewley ville, staMrs. Jas. K. McCormack is lying danmore than 50. The old story tistic showed that the lowest average per ! !! gerously ill at the residence of her mother-in-la- mothers, fathers, teachers keeping them member pid by any church for preacher Joe. K. Huffman and wife, of Cov and presiding elder, wa twenty-onOF LINCOLN cent, ington, are visiting relative in this vici- away from Jesus, though as of old, 'he TO TUB inc JuncBtn hare now lendue m says "Sutler the utile ciuiuren tocome un and the highest $121. nity. Joe look rather thin, but in other to me." Total confessions to Tuesday for 1882. Aa moatall bare got the money In the bank tloloiE them no good, I ask t be tax payersto The latest statistic of the Cumberland i unchanged. I note that the respect and night for soul 9S; for body 09. Theie come we settle. Don't think because you are good Presbyterian denomination are a follow "stoppage of speech" for which he wa al- is no "boom" yet. The best Christians in thattax don't want your taiea The earlier we get the better. We then the minister, 1,122; licentiate, 221; candi ways remarkable, still adhere at to him. the city are gathering firmly around us, know who to preu. Meet me or my PeputySepThe Albion Sulky Harrow and Setder MUIedgeTllle tplember 9, and on Saturday, dates, 107; congregations, 2,587; added last Geo. S Carpenter baa been here several Orchinl, at 8 in lord at For less money than required to obtain a grain drill, vchich can only be utilized in one crop, but "the best Christians" are a minority tember 2, at Crab J. . MK.VKI'KI'H.LCall year by profession. 8 28.1; by letter, 2,090; timet. days "frighting the soul of the fearful" this implement can be had, vhich trill put in all kind of small grain in the rery best manner n The opposition is vicious in some always. total, 11,279; baptisms, 5,002 adults, 1,011 less time and with less labor than the best grain drill made. tax payers by reminding them of the pecil quarters, as usual; and "cold shoulders" in Infants; total, 0,07!!. Total in communion, wa I II k tt litvinrv iimlaat tni Ilia nsnl aaI Inn ' others, is also very usual. 115,710. a net Increase for the yearof 1,810. f ofllli l'ureand paternal government of If the weather permit, we hope to have As Uxecutorof Jsmea It. Psrsons, dec J, I will There are 53.181 Sabbath'School scholars'I ours, llii prevent ua Iroui forgetting lfiN'j. sell to tlie an open air meeting in one of the Parks, to on the i3il lliiy r Hopl., which dnedeat tirwith 8,3S5 officers and teachers. The highest bidder, the Ksria on that we have a government. leach the class that will not come to a ed, containing 30 Acres of productive land, with for all purposes reached $355,. comfortable ItnprOTemenls; also S3 Acres ol Land On Thursday night last, the regular church to hear nny one. Our hearers thus 150 The value of church property la $2,- near the -- boie. These lauds sre In a quod periodical raid waa made on Moreland's to sort, and neighborhood, convenient same schools, churches far are all of the 050.950 Station. There wa such an accumulation Christians for the most part. We long to Ac. I will also sell at the Corn, time the following personalty IS barrels of about 40 bushels The services of next Sunday close Kev. Mare, of Wheat, S slacks of liar, one of freight in tho depot at the time that It tiaddle, Ac J. S. Sims' four year' labor among ua, and waa difficult to ascertain during the next get a woid to the "masses," and next Sun- 2.000 cut Hhlnglea, big How, I on a credit sold The personalty will day, as the S. K Indiana Melh. Conference Tksus: months, with Interestbeon all sujis he leaves on the following day for the three i'ay the amount of stealage accomplished will be in session here, aud our Meridian of10: under that amount, isib. The land will be f Conference, which convene at Carcash, the It was discovered, however, that a vigor, St. pulpit occupied, as usual by one of the sold6 for 12 mouths, tu,usl remainder to tw paid Installments, and lo lisle on tl: 7th. Under hi ministration In and but unsuccessful attempt had been on rale old per cent visiting brethren, we shall nave a cnance bear Intereit at thewill be (quired of from date the church haa been greatly revived and purchaser Approted security made to cut through from the freight room for a Park meeting. O, to reach the ou both real and pcrsoual. snd lien retained on strengthened, and he leave it with the Toslllou of Teeth aod Lerer while at work. into the express department. On the night crowds of men in Ibis wicked city, who the laud lor the purchare money Bale .to take place on the premises. proud satisfaction of knowing that it ia J. K. l.Y-!Tlitn by detaching the Setder you have the best Harrow in the fjrld, one that will do more work previous a window of the freight room had read and support the two Infidel papers, Kxecutor. good that he haa been here. He has not in once going over the ground than an titinary Aarrotc will in a dozen, besides doing the work been broken nnd some packages which and tho two other who speak so radically only won the love and respect ot hi mem faster and mth moreen. were within re.ch, abstracted. According on the tide of the oppressed workmen, ad bers, but of Ihe community at luge, which to all precedent, the postoflice will be Ihe vomiting strikes and leaning towards the unites with them In regrets that the rule theater of the next peculation. They al- broad highway, down which these throng, of the church do not permit him to FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, ways rob the depot and Kaufljuan about ing herds of men with soiled, sweat cover longer remain YK WILL BILsame time. the ed face, aud horny hand are rushing to Have we any law fur Ihe prevention of ward LAND, STOCK AND CROP. the terriblo Cbimunet that ends it BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, A Dinwiddle county Va. man hag a cruelty to anlmaUT Dr. llrown ha recent all. O, to reach these with a JKSUS, who AND ly vdded a horned owl of magnificent prohog that weigh 1,300. alone can bring tbem through their sore to his interesting aviary. trial unscathed. My heart goes out for DRY portion 1 head Caleb Jonea sold to T. Hunii, GOODS NOTIONS! Cooper, who like the Dr., I au old bachel. young oattle at $20.25 per head. these men of brawn and muscle, so down J. K. Lynn sold to Col. M. Howard a or, taking pity on Ihe solitude of the tacti trodden and abused, who yet have the SO PER CENT. BELOW COST I This la no admitting dodge These goods muit turn prisoner, stole a gander and put hiui yoke of oxen at $1 15. Weight, 2000 lb. iower, once organized by designing men, sell tu make room lor auothcr line of goods already purchased IWt -- K. P. Wood will sell hi fine lot of in the cag simply (or company. The two to crush all before them. And that is what and see for outwit.tskouur word for It, but come - UShr..I?-ai-.-.i.Jr-!i abort horn at auction about the 1 4th of occupants seemed to be settling amicably Is coming, as sure as a cyclono follows the McAI.lhTEK A UHIUIIT. the vexed question of "fraternal relations," law of it existence. The ''great tribulaOctober. 1'o.ltlou of Teeth and Lerer while not In use. -- J. M.IIall sold to J. 11. Miller 80 ewe when the inevitable "small boy" thrust his tion" of the Scriptures, will, I am persuaAfter planting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thoroughly pulrtnze the soil, cultivate and destroy the ueeds in tvo roves of cornat a time, a thing that no other cultivator wilt do. at $2.50 and 80 to S. F. Cowan at same ubiquitous phix uon the scene, and being ded, be, in large part, ihe unchecked and by nature and education an enemy to peace As first staled, here u an imvleuuat that can be used in every crai cultivated und one that is ei- price, unbridled outbreak of the "masses" who celUd in none bvanv other tunJemeiU: durable and simple. iuiidrrs, come and see it, get a sam Tbs first Capt. T.J. U.ttts, of Wayne, bought in and harmony, succeeded by dint of punch will make all earth what France onco was, Ilrerdtrs of sunual combination aale of the Slock ple und try it. 1 it dot not do what ut claimor it, we do not want your money. will Madison aud in when the "red caps" the blouses and the take pliceon the Madlaou adjelulug counties fc'slr Ureuuds at load of mule at an aver Ing up the partiea with a fishing-polthat county a car Ky4ou breaking off negotiation and getting up a GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. age of $150. Sunt Cutoltn ruled the mad home of the T. K. Adams, of Uryanttville, bought most vicious fight. Tho battle was pro- awful "revolution." Wise are those who Friday& Saturday.Sept. 8 & 9. W. . 11. 11. WKMiEN, Ayt., lliekmond, Ky. .. mmjlRS, Ml., iAnauter, Ky. of various parties in Lincoln, 8 mule colt tracted aud bloody: but beta rau high "pray alway that they may bo accounted fi.Ki'.V ,1- WILLIAMS, Aqli., llustonvillc, Ky. 8th, about On a darkness Increased and tho owl's worthy to escape tho thing that are com. Mules,I'rldsy, tbo Jennets, M head or No.1 Horses, that at $15 to $Gg. Jstksaud lusoyof Ihe horses belog tkt Hon. T. B. Montgomery'sofcoiv this season I have cultivated J. Gentry bought of John Olll, of eyesight Improved, be would certainly ing to pas, and to stand before the Son of tboroughbreds; auu about od head of bhort llorua Albion Combined Cultivator, Testimonial. &edr and can saymy ctvp hesitation that it iswith best Hull., Oowa aud Heifers will be oUsrcJ. without thi Harrow and "cook the goose," Cooper decided howevdeSOU of the best 8hp man," Lancaster, 22 cattle for last of October Ou Haturdsy, Ihe Mb, .bout seen, acres oj cwn aaay wunun nut. ji uuei us or cultivator t narrow uinjxuwitn public, aale lu Madlaou county, er to call it a drawn battle, and turned the The daily newspaper have treated u livery at 0 cents, to weigh 1,050 pound. Tho 11. Montgomery. ,jjp work perfectly, and lean cheerfully reeouiaend it to my farmer friends. tSoulhdovttsaudCutswolds. out lu order that the crowd might osl Fuller Information oan be bad by applying Mr. Jo. Coffey haa sold hi farm of gander very kindly, and give admirable report of pass onto ciiurcu. 1 lie text was "study for csulogue to J.U.HOiiUS, 216 acres 3 mile from town to Charles Or the thing that make for peace," or word the services. You may be sure we appre To sow grain with thU Sealer no extra hand in repiiietl lo clean it from flth as this is ull doni.' Itlchmond, Ky. It. E. EDMONSON, A uctlouecr. August TS, I8., by tlie diiier without stopping or gttting ojfhts seat, ciate thi. The two Infidel weeklies, of to that ellect. man, a Prussian, at $48 er acre. --- John IUnghman, Sr., sold to John nattghman, Jr., a bull for $50. J' - aimdis, of Uarranl, bouglit In thi county, 7 mule colt at $A5 to and a yearling for $45. Farmer and gardncr will save much labor next year by mowing down all weed on their premise now. C. M. Spoonamoie bought of John M. fipoonsmore his farm of 85 acre Jylng on DIr Mvcr for $22 25 per acre. The corn thi vear ha Ihe shuck known for years', which la said to be a sure indication of a cold winter. P. W, Logan say that from an In vestment of $100 in stock hog the past spring, he will realize a net profit of $800 or more, tins fall. Sale of 5 year old mare at $100 yearling cattle at $25, work mule at $225,, per pair and nrtile colt at $50 (6 $75 are given tho Somerset Hfjiarler, Mr. T. J. Oatt goe South today with 10 horse bought in this county and Wayne at$70and$110,with the exception of one extra fine ptlr bought from Jeff Jonea at t0, INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! hrhst 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, JtOBT. S. LYTLE. 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, H. G. RUPLEY, O j3l E3 &XANFOD, KY., ls T rt Comprises Everything that is Itfcw, Urst-Oa- ss MIX a 1 MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY H til - Mai! a Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Sliipstnff, &c., McAXiIsXKU SAI.X.EE. Self-rak- e FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Main Street, B. K. WEAREN, Stanford, Ky. n s, two-thir- Inform!-tioutoal- wh-r- bought out my brother, It. II. Wcnrcn, I and will continue the Furniture nnd Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel Milding. I will keep full stock of Furniture of ery description and sell at iigures that cannot en. stock of and will be hensive. Shrouds and Ilobcs always hand. I also repair Furniture and carpenter's job work. B. K. WEAREN. Dan-vill- Administrator's Notice HAMIOW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three Implements in 7J-- OPERA HOUSE- If C frost-bitte- n TAXES TAXES e taxc fcpring-Too- th 72-- U EXECUTOR'S SALE! 1 an-u- er d -- BARGAINS. -L- -- -- 7.-- -- Combination Sale. e Itlth-uiou- J, - a nave-eve- 72-- Tt"" T-f BtW(ittmmxn sTisroiaD, kit. Tuesday MornlHff, -- J i Just The "Ku Mux Klan A Midnight Mam'aje. The Schoolmaster. PftMiog strange it tho way of a man Tho curiosity that I have to show , with a maid whom ho wishes to mar- you children, is perhaps tho ry, and the strangeness frequently In- most wonderful In tho collection. Ho creases to romantic proportion when beats alL August 29, 1882 Tho schoolmaster, it is said, trains tho marriago ardor Is fanned by tender communion along tho ml sea tho young idea how to shoot. Ho is Jo-day- A Thrilling Incident, cabinet-maker'- s CHCRCH tllRKCTORT. " hero was llio lilrth of tho Ku Klux Klan. fool What melo- J 1 I first miggestctl tho madramatic chinery of dijguiso, tho masks, the BODTH.-ll- er. I. H. Mattor Humta Hcfcnr.l at In. Mi V. teeth, tearing round nnd round with nml prolenei, and allljr cmhlcms iiperlntendent. Union l'raytr Mealing on jujur, remorseless energy. At this Instant WedneaJay nights, xylienco ho derived this grolcsquo idiohis friends turned about. They saw Into to inquire. It cy, it is now too his danger. Inovitably tho gap grows SMALL FAKM FOR SALE. seems to mo there is a weakness of this Spellbound, smaller nnd smaller, kind in tho character of many South .latin I will soil frl- thoy arounablo to utter a sound. They Tuiriy mofM to Nkhot.mlll mj rarni, containing auoui crn men. Thoy aro too fond of poscan not enduro to seo their friend ing. Even tho leaden of tho Contorn and lacerated. Instinctively ONE HUNDRED ACRES federacy sometimes attitudinized, for thoy shut thoir eyes. Then comes On tho Dtnsllle A Ptsnford I'lke, elamt IS mllca from Dantllle. Theplarats In fowl atataof an nwo stricken world to tec. more In grime elrcpt atoul go acres; that In tho awful jar of tho collision. Thcro go In mull grain. Tha house la In good rr fair ami than thoroughly serious men over do. is a whirling sound nnd n crash, A contatna 7 rnyms, also pantry, cittern flower-pialIVobahly tho inventor ot these at Uia door tenant- shudder runs through them all. The most nw tarn, was eomo young editor who had liouto, Ac , and ai Una fruit of Uracrlptlan aa next instant thoy hear tho voice of anjron wantr appka, peara,peachM. pluiut,chr- never seen servico as a solder. At rim, grape., daniaont, tnoit ane thing rou war tho cabinet-makealght "Of course you rail for.ooq iirniroi elork water. Inahoi of ichuol any rate, tho idea of disguiso was & ml la from lilarkimllh liouae, Although tho schoolmaster is a ruler will pay for that saw, sir." Their from water mill, litatrenlnglr liealihr twn milea far along tho sands, communing with place, tor workcowardly ono, and its practical reara neter mid II doelora In tho doelora. themselves and Old Ocean and ex- of boys, ho has his own ruler. If ho frieud had escaped uninjured. But tho MIH. I refer roil It Mew. T. M. LIIKnl, II. M to ing ,n every way proved unfortunate. Mnner. W. ll.Urnlrri alto 8am Jolinaon, who changing vows, all unconscious how be no. stick himself, his ruler always saw was shattered. It had struck his Htm on tht flu, and thorn Melrtll manlord. Tho testimony is universal in the is. ' Ad.lrwa joiin Mcuolaullle, Kj. m:rAi.r, Ho was a commercial travoler. 7 Sdjth that what came to be called tho tho hours sped awny. But tho Long Tho schoolmaster is a very inquisi-tiv- o cheek. Beach trains, liko time and' tido, waits person, Ho is nlways nsking More Innocent Buers Netding Protection. ; Ku Klux Klan was meant for good, for no man, or woman either, and - aud not for evil; for tho suppression Tho readiness of certain "innocent" Stanford Female College. questions. His is a question nble when tho infatuated produco broker calling. farmers of the West to tako tho risk and not the Commission, of crimes of STANFOKD, KY. pilled out and gazed at his Tho schoolmaster can bo found in of nn extra good bargain under ques violence; for tho protection, and not watch he realized that ho was left, tho injury and destruction of the weak all classes. Ho is also given to clas- tionable circumstances has led a good With a Full Corps of Teachers, and left with a charming, highly-coand helpless, lint hero tho fatal fol sifying knowledge I some times many in Iowa into troublo tho past Thta Institution will open lla Thirteenth Station nected, cmiuently rcspectablo and enon tho 2d Monday In bepleuber neit. ly and mischief of tho element of think I would be In his classify could. Summer, and not with patent rights tirely unprotected young woman upon disguiee becomes apparent. Tho opTho schoolmaster is good at figures. cither. As described by tho Tinea ALL THE tUUNCHKH OF A his hands. Ho would cut a pretty figuro if ho llomcflcad, the swindle which they portunity which this marked moveTHOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE Tbo broker and his betrothed were were not. Ho is tho figuro head of have suflered is worked in this way : ment and method afforded for tho un- registered nt a hotel whero thrco or Aro taught, aa well aa tho school, or should be; but somo "Two rogues watch tho papers for y recognized and secure gratification of four hundred people were living, with MU8I0. THE IiANOUAOEU, DHAW. notices When ono is published times a boy gets ahead of him. privato personal spile nnd malico was INO AND PAINTIWCI. many qf whom tho young couple wero too obvious auibicmpting not to be Ho is also good at spoiling. Ho ono of them goes to look nt tho aniacquainted, hut still they felt as if they Old quarrels and used aud enjoyed. can stand a long spell in a good situa mal. Of courae, on application, tho had been cast ashore on an uninhabit unsuspecting farmer shows the beast, In Tuition, prlrra rang from IIS to IW In lb tion without flinching. grudges were rovived, and new feuds ed island, the sole survivers ot a ship I2S. Intermedials tfnlar 1 ttartinenta. Ho is always correcting tho errors and tho fellow decide.-- thnt it is not 130; arose out of slight reasons, because it 110, and Collegiate, W. wreck. Tho young man talked of was now so convenient nnd apparent of his pupils, and consequently has his, and then ho returns to his partner chartering n special and rushed to find For full particulars, aa to Itoard. Ac, addreta and describes the animal to him mi- MKN. H. V. TKOEIIKAKT, t'rlne liml ly so sale to quarrel. Alaska wero but little time to attend to his own, tbo railway employes, while tho dam Stanford, Lincoln Co.. Kr worn on both sides in such petty, The schoolmaster is not n man of nutely. No. two goes to tho farmer, sel hazarded wild and agitated con struggles, and tho "Ku Kluk-ers,- " war, but ho often employs a monitor. and after proving by his thorough dejectures as to what mamma nnd Mrs. Ho gets tho monitor to see in his scription that ho is tho owner nf the MEN'OK IIU.SINKSSANI) ECONOMISTS as tho negroes called them, kill-- ' Grundy would say. No train could place. SHOULD HEAD nnimul, says ho can not take it away, in contents in which ed each other off be hod nor were the cottage-owninOh shun misbehavior children, or aud offers to sell neither side had any real claim upon itatn bargain. Tho friends of the unfortunate pair able the see of tho mouitor shall overfarmer buys, nnd in a few days the a aiiTitr.x-rnithe sympathy of good men. to offer the lady a refuge. The hotel whelm you. irmiir iovhal or tiudk, rixANCK axd ruitii) tniKOMr. rightful owner comes along nnd claims For some time there was no politiman extinguished the last ray of hope The bchoolmaster teaches tho A B the animal, and of courso tho farmer cal element, nor even any race eleby tho announcement that there was C, but ho can not make n bee see. i'Unt.isitKi iiv the iiKADtrrmirrr CO., is out just so much." in these outrages nnd retaliatment, 2T9, 731, H3 UaoADWAf, Kkw Yoaic. but one vacant room in the house. Every sort of ology is taught by tho ions". But nets of violence nnd bloodPay. IMjt. Hakims' Back A Ttnni, 1 1.00 per IVir i AJmrnet, Imtmdlny 1W;(. The sensitivo broker then proposed to schoolmaster, but tautology bet shed inflame those who commit them sit up all uight or walk four miles to ter coming from him than from anybo Washington correspondent says that a si.sm.n coriKs, tk.v ckxt.s. them to n kind of insanity. The very good story of back pay is told tho next hotel, leaving tho room for dy else. arsxiuKs cor its will im ikxt rncK n af- of the chase was aroused by spirit rLICATIO.1. Harris, of Virhis sweetheart. In a school of young rascals the by But this unselfish aud by in largo numbers of white the ginia. "I voted against tho bill," Aa a financial and commercial newspaper, pracis always the principal. proposition was ridiculed by the largo schoolmaster suremost inirjxxe of KltiDSTSKKT's Is lo of men, of tho lowest and worst clas3 of trade and lit and sympatizing crowd of acquaintSome shoolmnstcrs aro actuated en- said he, "but I took tho money. ticed aerslce to dullness men. cpltoiuilsl Uiokrupt-cle- a of Industrial reports, lla weekly those who had survived the war. throughout the 1'nlled stales and Canada atxl they ances who had gathered to condole tirely by the law of love lovo for When I was up for Ilea are alone the summaries of assets and I Is clsb so exactly represents tho Nothing worth the price. with tho unfortunate young man. their situations. Somo cutircly by threw it up to mo on the stump. I recent lcir.il sutarrtprjon constitute Tho ajnopsea of decisions an eicenlloglr feeling which was now developed in told them that I had tried to beat the raluaUe feature. Aa commercial transactions In They stirred up tho manager to fresh hate hate to give them up. tho wlltr sense, aro coming to to more and more some regions of tho South judging on a statistical the Information investigation, and finally another I used to wonder at the schoolmas- bill, but had taken tho money, yet I conducted In llistmBttt't taula, the first Importcontained Isof from tho accounts of this period room at tho opposite end of tho ter during my schooldays, but my thought that they would forgive me ant tiolh lo producera and middle-mewhich aro given by all classes of those A SO AlltlC CLTDIAt. alTOATION TlIK TBAOK Bos when thoy heard what I had done TIItOt'OIIOl'T TUE tIITKD STATU AMD TAM- lone hotel was found, and the lovers school dazo will never return. who wero directly concerned as the BT TKLKUXAril TO AI1A It XKTOaTCD with it. 'I took that money down inbade each other an agitated good- ton Transcript. DCAiisTaxET'a it to the hour or hunter's excitement in tho pursuit ri'BUCATiox. to Virginia,' said I, 'and gave it to a night and vanished. The Butcher. and capture or destruction of his game. woman with seven children, and But tho terrors of tho situation A butcher is n man who wears an poor Tho ucgroes became its chief objects, RICHMOND I told hor to uso it for herself and the preyed upon the excited broker, and apron like that of a barkoeper. When not, as it appears to mo, so much bechildren, aud tho thing is not a bit in a few moments he reappeared at you ask him for a porterhouse steak cause any body hated the negro as betho office and demanded to know if ho produces a bone that looks as if it worse becauso that woman U my cause the negroes were tho weakest, there was a priest in the hotel, nnd belonged to a mastodon, with a little wife.' I don't think that I lost a vote back-pamost helpless class the class that I hsie recently opened In Itlchntond lane and business.'' announced his intention of avoiding meat hanging to it. He hooks his by that rompleto Planing Mill, and am prepared to furnish eeery kind of ouiu most gaiety bo hunted, "ihe all compromising comment by a mar bono to his Abuudant hair is not a sign of bodYunt was up," and the eflecta of tho riage there and then. Fortunately a swingsonhimself badly adjusted scales, on it, and yells "five ily or mental strength. The story of BUILDERS' MATERIAL I filood-fu- ry of the chase came mostly clergyraau was among tho guests, nnd pounds!" You pay for five pounds of Samson has given rise to the notion upon the negroes in many cases. I he was roused from slumber, and after meat, but only carry off threo pounds that hairy men aro strong physically, ill not mean that this represents or strict investigation of the merits of of bono and six ounces of meat. And while the fact is that the Chincso, who Wcatlierlionrilliir;, Flooring describes a state of things which exthe case, he consented to unito tho the worst of it is, you do not get all are the most enduring of all races, Iloorri, NiimIi, IIUiuIm, I.ulIiH, isted generally or throughout the embarrassed couple. All tho world that, for ho proceeds to chop off the are mostly bald, and as to tho suppoSlilncIcN. IoiiIiUiirh, Ndilr-wnj-- n, South. It seems to be certain that loves rt lover and the young produco bone, which he keeps and afterwards sition that long and thick hair is a ot the "Ku-Kluoutraale. .the history broker was received with raro enthu-sini- sells it to a hotel to raako a soup out sign and token' of intellectuality, all Aa I aell at prlcro anch as the aboro ges," as usually told and believed at can lw when he rushed to tho office, of. That's tho kind of a philanthrop- antiquity, all mndhouses and all com bought In Lnulslllle. Clnclonall.nr articles wliuW otlirr aala houses, I am sure I can inako It to joui the North, abounds in enormous ex- erased his earlier entries and regis to pstronlie home Institutions, ist 801110 butcher are. I am mon observation are against it. The aggerations, as might Iw reasonably tered anew as a man with a wife. also practical The There are others who aro not quite mighty Casar was bald. Longhaired pf expected in auy similar condition happy pair took the early .train for so enthusiastic. Thoy do not swing mcu aro generally weak and fanatical, society. Now York on Sunday mornine; and themselves clear off the floor when aud men with scant hair are tho phiThere was enough there was Ar), am prepared, to furnish designs and estimates havo probably not yet ceased to won- thoy weigh meat. Thoy only keep n losophers aud soldiers nnd statesmen br landings and all kinds of scroll work. much of horrible wrong aud outrage That I am doing no small business, can to Judged 'iin the fact that my bank account runs from der at the facility with which people hand as big ns a canvass covered ham of tho world. Loudon Lancet. of the helpless and innocent. I could 1.30(1 to l:llO0 per week. can get married when thoy once on tho meat to prevent it from blowContracting aud bulldlug doue promptly and at find no body in the South who eeemed The jury who acquitted the Mallay Using prlrea Address make up their minds to do it. Phila. ing off the scales. In law and equity V. H. STAt'-OKI- . to have the least disposition to deny, boys and Blanche Douglass of tho Times. you aro entitled to tho butcher's hand murder of Jeunio conceal or excuse these outrages, or Cramer, held a GO KAHT I I VJ- -T CJO For Bevernl years many of the res- along with the meat, for you havo this part of the work of the Klan. It grand reunion tho other day, visiting JO lVOIl'ril 1 idents of a certain village in Pennsyl bought it and paid for it. but he nevis generally admitted and never deSavin Rock, whero the girl's dead VIA LOUISVILLE fended. But every body says alike, vauiu had been predicting that the er delivers the goods. Ho needs that body was found, and other scenes. The AND TlIK old man S. was slowly dying of con- hand in his business It is so handy re union was marked with hilarity and and intelligent negroes roost emphati OHIO & MISSISSIPPI fl. W. cally of all, that the published stories sumption, aud in March last bets of in weighing. He sells that hand at story telling. Meantime Blauchu and the general Northern idea of tho three to ono were freely offered that eight or ten cents a pound forty times DouglHH!) is enjoying herself with fash 3 DAILY TUAINS 3 Klan outrages were distorted nnd ex he would not outlive the summer. a lay, but he always keeps it on hand. ,0Imbl0 at ttn,eriug ,,1)ice8 and it is plain that no sta- About tho 1st of April the old man as it were, it being so useful in making whore olio was coen by mm of the iu- - Louisville lu Cincinnati! aggerated; tistics of these occurrences, or esti- went to Philadelphia to bo examined change, and in removing a customer rurs, wliu related tu his fellow jurors THE EA8T AND KOBTH. mate of tho number of victims of vi- by the doctors to seo if his case was who wants to havo the meat weighed the Htteutiuu she was titti acting, and i'reo Varlor Cats aud New Pay Cimbea Without Change. olence or murder, can be set forth as bad as thought for, and after an over. how supremely happy she seemed to Tho butcher can bo very sarcastic absence of soveral days ho returned 4 DAILY TKAINS with any serious claim to even approxbe. lSew' Haven people tiro peculiar. i oldPossibly his trade has if he tries. S imate truth. No materials exist for homo very quietly and called his T.oiii.svilIo to Nt. JLoui.s something to do with his making re rilOUHUSS est son in from tho barn and said : 01' I'lIOTOUKAl'HV. A statistics or estimates of this, nature. AND THE WEST. "Peter, it is generally believed by marks. Besides, ho is a man of French photographer boosts of havAfter some time tho methods of tbo ho ing been able to catch the impression eleeplog Can aud Day Coeihee to 81, Louts WithKlan camo to bo used in connection our neighbors that I havo consump brains, having moro on hands than out Chaugo. tiou." has any use for, which may account ot a Jlyiug bird. There is nothing at with politics aud elections. It was a "Yes, father." 2 2 DAILY TIIAINS for the fact that he is never sent to all wandciful about that. Au Austin method of electioneering by terrorizLonlsvlllo to ImlluiianollH, Chicago, "And that a few more weeks will Congress. Texas Siftings, rnau, who has no scientific attainment ing tho voters of the opposite party. plant me under the daisies." AND THE NORTH had some awkward features. Hut it. In Franco fourteen jurors aro drawn whatever, without any eflort ou his Day Coaches and Iterllolng Chair Cars Through "That's what they say, father." Without Change. Every where the hunted negroes gradfor each trial twelve to form tho ju- part, caught tho impression of a fly"Well, you get up early and in mil and you ually learned ry and two to act as substitutes in ing bat. Jt was u very clear Impres- for Wiuliliiflnii, liiiltlmnrr, I'lilliiilel- go out and bet my watch and ililn, new Yoru iiiki hosioii, Tho substitutes itro sion. The flying bat was o brickbat. This la uy instances even retaliation; and, as my horse and my guu and my buggy caso of sickness. the Yiry Heat ltuute, as You Hare No mange ot train. a negro told me in Alabama, "it mado and this house and lot and all tho sworn and sit in tho jury box, but Ho was offeriuica resolution ut a ward feel sorter solemn tako no part iu finding the verdict meeting when tho nccidont occurred. the . Hue Through Day Coaches ou 111 Trains I money wo can scrape up aud borrow when the niggers tuck to KuKlukiu' that I dou't turu up my toes for a unless they aro required to fill a vaNathaniel liaker, of Lawrence, aHavo No Midnight Cbsngei I them." Tho disorder mid violence in year. Bet even; bet two to one; bet cancy. Unanimity is not required in Mass., is a man who has fought and m3 Autre at Ut. Louis I! Hoars In Adraare of Other Lines, thereby situ ring more time lor bomo regions becamo intolerable to the auy wuy you cau, for Providenco has finding a, verdict, but tliero must bo a bled for his country and doesn't want making change of cara aud getting drat thoUe majority of eight to four to carry a u pension. For conscience take, lie citizens, and Democratic scut us this occasion as a harvest." leading of aeata In cara of connecting Hues. conviction. Judge and juries and sheriff! used asks that his name bo stricken from "But wo may lose, father ?" jj To Indlajiapolla and Chicago, and the only their power to break up tho Klan "Lose, you'i'di'tl A short way to computo intorest is the pension list. Why, we'll .. tide (long 3 35 Hue giving Us patrons awe and to forbid its further activity. Bcoop in every dollar that this to wu to multiply tho principal, if at six otl'0 shores vl Lake Allihlgan. Iiauana plo is now Included among Atlautio iUouthly. cau raise, for soveu different doctors per cent, by of tho days; if the alleged delicacies of tho season. For Tltkats, llatra. Time, Msps, Aa, apply to of tho Don't; you monkey with it. Tho Ticket Agdilsj ur Connecting; I.Iiicsi, or To make plaster of Paris hard agreed that I've got the dyspepie in- at eight percent, by address K. H, MHO WW, Southern Tassenger Agtv flrtitfprl linnnnnti -h enough for n mould for metal, use ten stead of consumption and am good days; If at nine per cent, by -- -- nrn jinar. nn sHnnnrv . ll. COf.ttU vuJ Main Sis.. Louise llle Kr. t ""Cii Wall Street of tho days; if at 12 per cent, iu i no Biomacu as moy are uniier, me W. W. I'JJAUODY, W, is cir urariiri per cent of alum in the water used for a doen years yet I" (Ku, Bupt Oto. &.., News. Theel. by of the days. for mixing tho plaster. Clulluiiall. McKI-rofrip-parismoke-houst, rorn-crl- b, rom-hor: stem-windin- g waves or under tho fragrant shadow not himself givenho shooting, howevof a mountain grove. It i$ rarely, er. Ho takes moro delight in tho rod however, that tho grotcsquo aspects of than tho gun. Tho schoolmaster is not a military a hasty marriago aro nioro amusingly shown than by tho nuptials of Mr. man, but his principal assistant Is. Louis Mills, n Now York produco Tho nnmo of his assistant is Corporal broker, son of S. B. Mills, tho pian- Punishment. It is to bo hoped that ist, and his Brooklyn bride, Miss E. tho corporal will soon bo remanded to L. Laty, at midnight on Saturday private lifo. Tho schoolmaster issomo times calllast, at a hotel at Long Branch, Long ed a tutor, and occasionally ho is callIsland. Tho young couple had been be- ed an ass. On tho whole, nn nstutor trothed for at least a month and their man Is seldom found. The BchoolmHstcr thoroughly underwedding day was fixed two weeks hence, and interval which must have stands tho rule of thrco, but always" seemed to them liko an tqtcrnity. insists on tho rulo of one. So you They ran down from tbo stifiling city tco his uudentanding is out of all proon tho afternoon train and. wandored portion to his rulo. shop, J. . Bie, and night. nnd a party of strangers wero looking at MKril()I)IST,8()UTIIlUT. rrayer Meetings Thursday nit nit. nuntiayccnooi devices. at 0 A. H. J. H. ftlma, Superintendent. Tilt tho different Woman's Missionary Hoc loir meela her on tho lit Ono gentleman, very short sighted had flunday In wh month, ll I o'clock, Mri. T. T, Daviess, President. CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO tarried at tho bench across tho room, J. M. BAPTIST. nT. KourthHaven, Tutor. Benlce Hundaya, morning and Ho was examining n circular saw that night, Vrarer ami Meeting oeery Wednesday Till: ONLY LINK Ill'.VXIXU Humlay was whirling around with lightning-lik- e Huparlntendent.School at 10 a, m. n. - Harrow labor-saving after-noo- It was in the THE NEW ROUTE EAST, C0NDKN8KD TIME. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE . WASHINGTON! l 1 11 iuii.uo.il mm:. Lee. Illchhtond luineaster TltAINH tlOINU NOKf II. Lx. rlun. Maanr I. Itm. tl 1 Ataorbcdly interested ptlllltKTIAN. Worship hy the eongregstlon t- rapidity. cry J. W. Co i hit. Inrd'a in tho picco of mechanism, his faco on Firstioni a Thirl jTearningnj anil tiara. nnday Hchoot at IS, Joe. Heecranee, Muperlntendenl grow nearer nnd nearer to tho cruel j SOLID TRAINS, WITH Pullman Sleeping Coaches " l,tsln(.lonn.. ... Crab orchard.. HtanlnrdM. ..... .. ribelhy -- aw lo 11 M oo i am " " ' ' From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TllltOUdHTIIK " li.nsflle Junction. ....... Mllehdlsburg Qly s tl ni (A in Arr " IUrii..... Near ( to rnetnnatl Junction Ixinltellle. m TltAINH OOINH SOUJII. l,ehahon Junction listen n ... 12 10 13 47 1 10 pin ia " " Grandest Scenery in America Connecting 1 direct In lenn. Depot for Y. Lee. Lee. Bnlinwre.PlnMelpliiaM. The Only Direct Line to Arr. Llslngslon . Lee. Laneaster . ....... . Arr ItlchnMind. " Msnfrd.......... .. Crab Orchard . "ilia'ril I, is si IiuImIIIs... Kk. eun, . ..... - JMpra . 1M " 4 10 ' IM " jL. f. " .- . a SO a in Virginia iintl tho C'nrnllniiH. Tickets are on sale at principal Ticket Offices, anu as ine itenerai iimco 01 in im a ir. uauway, at Sill Mm I l.uulat TULLMAN rAIiAOf To Memphis, Little OARS llnln Nlrrtl, lllr. tienerai eoutuweaiern Agent, ioiiisTine. C. Kor further Information, address J. C. E1IN6T, Eralgranla InTriss haee lhelrrho(eortroronlra: ela Meinphlsor ela New Orlears. Time much quicker and ralea lower than by any other route. Ilia also Ihe MotIM Monlgoraety, and New Orleans. ,' lt, W.MtflTJI, Ueta'l Manager, 11,'W. rill.I.KK. QDIOKEST, 0HEAPE8T AND BE8T iten'l l'ass'r Ag'i. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific Houle to all points In Mlmwirl, tanaas, Illlaels, Indiana, Iowa. Nebrasaa, IMeudn, Atksnsss. Only one change to Chicago, M and Mst, for further Infernatlon about tickets to the Kouth, Kaoaaa, Colorado, and migrant ralea to Florida, a Idresa C. .11 J1 0 K i:, lien I'asa. and Ticket Agt, 1uullTllle, Ky Or F. J Anthony, Agl . eianforil. Ky. lls I. Railway. riA.iaaiXiiHi tiiimib Augl., Inertret 1M2. KENTUCKY -- TlIK CENTRAL R. R. nr nt ItOUTK CINCINNATI HOUTIIRIIM STATIONS. Lee. Cincinnati . " Oeorgetuero ....... DIVISION. Day Hi. Til- II M 11 11 .. 47 Aem P.M. Nlgl IVM. 8 MOST DJMIKAnLK T- O- hi s " 11 11 TERMS MODERATE. miserable g it S is-n- 1 1,1 Vn-va- nt PLANING MILLS! The Norlh,.Neclhwest and West In fsct, If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your Interest " tVomenrt . 120 will be Lsstsers.d by porsbaslog your tickets eta. I nO .... " IVtfnt llHrnskle. a 4i A.M IM K C and Cincinnati lTraUa each way 2 I'aUaH TJe'wseA tin hian lalsco ars, i.l.tsnt Ne Iay Asrha4aT ' Ilockieond " (taring Oily !M C40 lisrKtHiiaely furnlsbed lteellolrig Chair CJ-!Sr- ra ID Ml 3 Arr. Chattanooga ... SM Ihe eneuatrl eqalinsenls of ihlthTlTellsUe, trip oser a.w. i r.it, i i'ji, thereby Disking a phmsiirw. IbsaTlBe one o usurious comfort and Try ll. Lte. Cbatlae"ga ... IM tool 7 90 prlng Uty. TIMr. TAI1LU IN KrrF.Oc" MAY II, 1112. IM IM im; 10 K40 ar 7 40 Ilocksrood. . M ' I'olnl llurnslde.. "SX 9.H1II. bo 4 lite "a."m 115 ' Vosnerset . ton a uo am 2 45 p tu last; Ir t Sir aa aopns l.se. CYtrlngten Junrll.n City... ' Daurllle . - ... 41 a u IMnni " faltnouth. S4 3 41 High Hrldge. an 6 IU 4 11 ' Cynthlana .. ItMlK a 27 p ns topui " Paris. " NlchoUasine . aai 4M llTtSH f V6 p u 4 0, I 7 Arr. Lealngton. "' Islington. ..... . ii to Lee. I'tlngteei .. 11 SO p 7 On p ru 1 7 ao tlrvrgetown ,.. J6 I 4M u P Arr. Cincinnati . . 1W IOJB) 7 40 Arr. Winchester 2 34 p n-- a to p u Ml. Olerllng a lo p ns 8 M p ta AI.AHAHA (IIIKaT SOUTH kkn. I A.M. Ashland 720 par 13 14 so nil a 08 p ta I It Hunllnctea.. Lve. Chattauungx. .............. 00 Allalla. 114 Noatii. No. a. No. I. No.. " Illrmlnghsni., ait " Tuscaloosa .... G Ma in I M a io aa Lr. Huntlnilon 10 00 Arr. Meridian. " A.LIsn.1. . 76 so I 44 a tu " Ml rilerllng 11 XJ a m S 32 ni I.ts. Meridian ...a . " Wlnehesler 12 20 p so II a ml ar "I Tuscaloosa . i.... ! . 1 11 I'llngion." lllrmlDgbam - 1 .- - 11331 Arr. Islngleo.. - 2 00 pm 7 W w I.te. p ni 7 90 to " Allalla.. ... . " 3 M p m (Mam 1 Arr. Chattanooga, ., ! -1 W -a ao p tu 9 W a iu " CrnthlanA Fa lam lb A 40 p nr 10 OS a n V1CK8BUK0 AND Hllllll'IA.V. Caoans Arr Harlnglon . 6 I p nt 11 It a nil to am I Lte. MerMlan , JoTo i ' Kecest.. j, , , t nsl .. . MAVHVILl.i: DIVISION i " llrandoo. . J U I a at No. I I.e. leilBto A MB. Arr Mars elite a Mpru j ' Jackson i . No II MsrseiMo attar. Lealngton KUm Art. Vtekslairg .. i i 4)0 No. U " Paris 24 a ra. " Msrs.lll. i is.m I am Lee. rtekiourg-.- . No.lt" MayitmellMpn ' Parts J, Lei Ir Jaekma .... . tost ' llrandon- ii 2 rwn dalle, all others dslle Trains No I Koreai ... 141 eieept fuaday. and lute lo Cuilirsnla. lor Arr. MerMlan I 44 tickets, rales and loloruiAtlon wrlalnlngto lime call on ar address VICKSHlir.O, SIIP.KVKI'OUT AND 1'ACIl'ia eooHectloni, Ac , M T HIWrT.AtL, Uslnglon Lee. Vlcksburg. -- I CIJAS. I. IIKOWN. (I ! AT A. Delia. . . IIS J D LLLIM1M. tlen'IMsnager. .... Arr. Monro 00 I 710 Lee. Monniew. . illSO Delia. . . .1 i 100 Arr. Vteksburg.. JOHN BCOTT. V. P. and flcn. Man On ttou. Ify.Clurlnnstl.Ohlo; K. I. WIIXIN, 11. V. and I'. A. On. Hou. It'y, ClnHnnsll, I); II. COLU IIIIAN. II. T. A. A. !. H. K'y. Ctallanota.Tenn., J.IUltnV,. a 1. A V.AM. Il'y, Vcksbunr, Mlsa.i JOE-FMcflUIIlCO. V X. V., H. A I'. 11 4T 12 J Itrtdf..... li.nrlllc " Junction City .. .NlihJisillle High Islington,. II M K III S4 V 4) 111 It US II 10 II So And deeldclly the IVpulsr Reele, aHerdlog, u It dovs, less changes and superior accoruruodallona to cxxciararAviz Miiiouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texas, 10 lit arlO M IJ II l11 .. in "wrr I'ii in l...!20 tisl tic TUTTS" SVMPTOMS OF A . It'y, Monroe. La. PILLS y STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DEPOT BT.UTANFOKD, KY., UWIKE, UlALKalX Monurnenla, Headstones, Tabids, Ac. Marble Work :lie k jlead, witn a Jull aens.tlon In tha mit, 1'kui unrfcr tbo bhoulder 4s, fullness after eating, with a rllsln- i nation to ecrti - of body or mind, p r, I.or aplrila, with irritability of a leelitiij of haelng neglected some duty. .a. Fluttering at tha J ccin .jsa, U , licit-1U,ia belo e ttio eyee. Yellow Hkln, llealaobos, enerany oer the right eye. eun-sIleal, with rltftil drt ami, highly colored Urine), and l. TORPID LIVER. In vf sppetito. Dowels coetire. l'aln tc t-- 1 of all klnJa neatly eiecu. T n Il and aatls. fsctlon gusr- -I- burti of lrv SKejsjvgesjsjsB - . - - .rajifjBjalik signsandesll- matesrurnun-e- J on applica- snfl hli ti tMMiri'tt IMjc. "' rtTrl turlin nlmiUli (.!.. otindmr tpprtflr.Rii.l chnng tn n Co Tin-l--S CONSTIPATION. lsrTTT11saTsWsaTirsas1l etltr nn Kit i Ih- riMAnrti..iA.1Ulyn,B,,tato I I tion. ARCHITECT, IRON BITTERS Itjiioi)lit, Aiict l(c, Jam oi'ritruustli, lack of Unorey, I''(jvors, AVnnt ol" nitOWN--fl 1HO.V IsITTttltS nro n corlnlit cttpo Ibr nil 11kcii,ch retpilt'liiK n completes lonlei Inlrr-iitlltti-iit 11 .irhu WireiKicns hanced tnatlumiT llLArit ' r amiicI" "ll i.i '.onuf luis l)rr. Iilm InstsnuiieuusI) child Cartaatiistu al color. ailsesurna on receipt of ll. or sent by OITIt K. 11 JIIHKAY NT MiW TORK. r t.t..ki-(Dr trrrs nsrti BaUrS I altt.r.m.tu. ui 111 U UeUaa. r.aav Tiirrs mmm. HARRIS REWEDY Karl Tlwfer .. i j )rri, lit n)rilin rirli. Diim Arilon vn thIt ii.ii r f t Hie ftiirTrrvr rauw lb ItreiilHr KimiU ut tri-aa iiiriwy Mh sir ll s4li I" cf . '.r.raa-- 9 ! I. - Sl 11 -- ' "LK. .r,iHui,l rr..S nn. --- f - a.1. U .. .(iiiSo,.. k I tuUss ssx.,ai. Inisauft lMlau,,r,.u.LISI,aIiff Iras fkiu.l Iuul iff Prsa.urs IskswuM sW is lr -I. lUatir .SS ISAla.!!. ... r ud Am ms ss4 n- MA-- r. u .,s.e .., ,l, n,HM. E, Use Uls 4iu st iwas .1 .,, mm mM sis, "iHuii n' llull.liur t nu' i KM FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- A fftvorlt rrMrrlntlon An of Ihs DVMtnottd in4 ijculUti In lh U. a. .now rtlrMAi Cor tbcurtJufii-t-&0biHttt uocul I,of Maii9sf, llalrttftu)isMia 4UUaUalaVltn.UMlO(H9V) (UfUHUU tt CfcU fill . tvul AsiJrtu DR. WARD & CO., UvltJoi. Mw m COUSlUTvTVfTmmo Vittlter Iltinraa. UtPattsMSPM. A ITrtrllleHsI lCc IltlllcllCS tllO lllOOlI, Kll'IMIKlll- cits tho iiitiKclos, and rIvos new lll'o to tho ncpviw. Acts liko n rlinrm on tlio iIIkoMIvo ort;rtiiH, nil tlytipcpllo nyiniiloini., Midi n4 liutlnif llio UmmI, IUIuIiIiik, Hunt in Ilia Ktoiuauli, lloarlburu, (ilo. Tim only I ix, it I'rcimrutlou (lint wilt not MiicliPii tlio Ict-tl- i or atlvo IkhiiIiuIic. Kolil by nil Driitf- i .; oo u liottlo. OtO. ' ... ojrlM a.l i an,. 4 lj ikaMA.airUs r.sts.tal a, .rt, reeij.sae.etae Inm K. stars aksU aa4 lk- -l sASmA ksra ua.ikl., I. IUi aStaalas- -. II la s lraaa. Ad.lrc.a. lilt. 11LTTH. I I. aik at, U. U.U. , KaTAIILIMCI 0EK TIIIKTV KAHIs. DISEASES THE OF a. . UL . ill. saK U t, utM-tun- a e.DlMtlr , UaMarrimtwM. it ays. '"' liMHir. ,,wu, , L sal mmumi, I'rii.U lla aasJ U.u.l.l skoUliaai erflasis.laia K a,n, fc, L ., the lil4i, lkT mml 1 V.--S aWfi. YOUTH and MANHOpD ACUIDETO i:o . i per r i iii.mic s u, co. , , mv .k t- Mil. us . pr or--i Al'IIVHKIAN nf ay,sr'l Doirt iinlant. einerlelire sour stleui wllh Drues. hut t tills llook ami arold Oua.Va. "Prescriptions free aud hlectrle Hell Hum. bugs, which It el pu.es, I'rke Ucts, Addrs.s THE PUBLISHER, Dot U4. Milwaukee, Wis. Y HEALTH WITHOUT MEDICINE. u - It tt one-sixt- two-ninth- ono-fourt- one-thir- ri, ItUlN lltNUT Ami UIV UraVCllCtf. u a.t nL.SlLIMl.Si - lleWU UUtl .. llt. JlAlllkla .:. .. . r".ri luyue mu rvtuu iux J ytrluiuwiukiuu wt jtciTuui ii'uuiaviiuuirIruulu IHuau-i- , 7 l)iipiU. ail1! eU IIU ut er rrulrtlon. .7sf.i".:7."".-."- .'." pu, lUUTKU'a luanr ciuci i( JilOTl Tom tlud of l)i9 blouil, thl )Vrruu rtimvtjjr liaj lit njjr IiauiIi, lutvitj ww wouuviiTulcurrti. IuyUUus. iiMfl)l-IJ,aulhl1u'baffleiloiiiofourmotitmlut?ut toililtmrtitfcu.llutwiu.uu kblr remedy I riaxriblt lu iirkVriur tu aa Iruu ltrviaarattoU iualc. Iu ratt, auih a rouniouuJ u. IIAHTKU lliuN Tokil it uevstlty la my itracticv 1". UOlll.lt r HAUL M, 4, Hr lot in. Mo Nov Inftt iu n till Avtsau. lh. t tlVf rtlar tuth UovJA ttittunil ftrait ft fit t fonm lu ! tlhjcsthii oryon ami nrrrtttiM 9ffirinttnuKtni it afiitttMhttt to (Imiritl JUlilitUt Im$m of Apl tit, J'rvMtmtloit of Vital l'owrit mill lmttuftie.l BY IHE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N, MAIN ST., St. LQUII. MANUFACTURED 1 M 111 111 "T.ti-fivrenijr-UMi....-..v- A romhtnntfon ef Pre Hark u ml VUom fihorua in rt tltt table font, 77i out uj'rriHt ration of trvn that tilt Hot Llttcken th trethtMO rhartictertmtltiitf ytittrriron prrtinttion, n"n","""' la as WMWM 1 I ??!$ "V It: