You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Semi-weekly interior journal: September 1, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882090101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 1, 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. -- wr- mr7-,.i- m b) 'V ft VOLUME X.-NUMBEll end - llleekl 510. fe lifefli Imtfttal 1, 1882. L 9 &iSr --- - - STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 7J, yi. ffi K A ' h tf i I. An Infidtl't Vitwt. Ptmalo Contkti In Prance. Hubbtll at Homo. DARBYS Tho Teonodiul, of Indianapolis, says Kvcry six months a notico is c!r Assessor Hiihbell appears to lie in eulated in tho femalo penitentiaries of Evangelist ISarncs is moro of an Infi- evon worso odor among the people of W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor calling upon nil women who del than ho is a Christian. Ho may his own Stato than in other parts of T. R. WALTON, Butintst Manager feci inclined to go out to Now Caledo- havo a Christian heart, but as auro ns tho country where he is not loss noA ItoonMinM Article for Unlrrmal nia nnd ho tnarriod to mako nn appli- thcro is a sun in tho heavens, he has torious but is kuown nt longer rango. DRUGGISTS AND PIMRrVAGEUTlSTS, l'aiull Ufo. I'll hi lhril Titrmlttu autt I'ftitnv, cation to that ctTcct through tho Gov- an InCdcl head. Mr. Humes is Tho democrats of Michigan, who I'or drarlrt ml AT havo fused with the greenbackers, deTjpliolil Vrrnt; ernor. Tho matrimonial candidates doing much to help tho cause of Hfnnrrsrl TT-- . Opora Houso Block, Eradicates H'J.flO l331l ANN! IWf. DIpMlirrla, Hull- His sermons nre ISihlc ser- clared in their State convention on must lw young and exempt from TAtlnn. Ulrrrtrt UKATVEJtH INUALABIA. "i-physical infirmities. Girls under long mons; his doctrines aro liihlo doctrines. Wednesday that "political assessments HoreTliroftl.Smnll Long and Short Sermont. sVincH, vhii l'apcr. minieai Iox, Mrnft!ii, unit sentences readily catch nt this method Wo do hopoho will succeed in showing or forced contributions from public C'IiciuIphIh, ItonkH, I.lnuerH, iHHlrniHciil", Kit Contagion Dlamam, Ftnom waidnc on Much liat liccn said bik! written in his congregation what tho Bible Is, and officers should lie made felony by law." Scarlet Fcrer na the Skk tlwMiM tn It frtcljr M'Htioiicr-'- , ClenrH, PhIiiIm, of escaping from tho prison life. Tho I'ockrt nerer been known to firratl there the rlukl m regard to the proper length of n' serG'ii tilery, XelmccoH, OIIh, Nohiih. only moral qualification rcqtiisito is to what it teaches. Peoplo in Indianap- This is a proposition to mako Hub-bcll- 's met! Yellow Fever ha been rurcil with it after JLHIllpH, I'orfuiiicry, MhcIsIho Fire ArniH, black vomit taken lnr. Iht wont mon, hut it is ono of thoso matters Imvo behaved woll business the same grade of crimo cases of Diphtheria ylcM to it IMCCHICH. nt least two years olis, church members, Christians, thoso HWALL-ronbout which it is impossible to' lay FeTrrrilatulMck IV Our Jewelry, Mlrcrwaro anil I'pllcal Woods Department Is In Clmrgo of Col. in tho penitentiary. Tho selected can that liclieve iu God, Christ nnd tho re- as highway roblicry. Tho convention and Bona refreshed ant! Tlios. Iticliartls, who will Kcpalr Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the best down any rulo thnt will apply ta nil llr.1 Horr uroTrnt- - riTTINO of Small didatcs Imvo to sign engagements, ligion of tho Iliblo, nro ignorant of also denounced, "without distinction style. bithlnf with Vox ritKVllNTKI) nl li Fluid cases. Tho common error has Ikcii lJiibrt of m promising to marry convicts and to what Iliblu doctrines really nro. They of party, all who voted in Congress I ni it ii r n Air made MrA memberuVcn Cam with wa in attempting to apply a fixed gnugo hanalest and Diirifiril I tiled the settle in Now Caledonia for tho re- need a teacher. Mr. llarncs is such for tho iniquitous River aud Harbor Is a Small pox or More Tliroat It to nil cases nud all circumitances. rmia tne pa sure cure a teacher. Ho Is moro than a match bill" of whom Hubbell, of course, is Contoelon rlestmYcd not (MirlniA, item wii was not mainder of tliclr lives. On these condiwas 8omo icrtuons would be too long if tho tions l'or Fronted I'eet. rutted jmJfain In about As tho democrats and green-backethree tho Government transports them, in intellect for tho majority of "Cos-1- 1 one. riilllilalna, I'llon, iht home a no others wccli, and delivery consumed only ten minutes, dialings, preachers" in this city. Wo hope polled about forty-eigh- t per TllirmnHtlsiiietc. gives them nn outfit, and a ticket' of luJ It I W. Tank. cured nnd others would bo short if thoy filliwn, Philadelphia leave when thoy land nt Noumea. peoplo will hoar him. Ho will make cent, of tho total vote of Michigan in Hoft White- Complex- lone secured by lis use ed up an hour. Thcro nrosorao occsv 8liln Feeer Drerented Infidels out of his hearers than 1880, tlicso resolutions of tho convenTheir marriages nro arranged for them moro To purify the Ureal h. Diphtheria sions on which n very brief address Uleanso tlterieetii. by tho Governor of the colony, who Christians. Wo wclcomo him to this tion may bo taken ns voicing the senIt can't be surpassed would bo fsr moro appropriate nnd efPrevented. f cty. Ho is paving tho way for timents of nt least nearly contho Catarrh relieved and has n selection of cured. fective than nn extended discourso, Ervslpela cured victs ready for them to chooso from, thought. IIo will cause tho peoplo to people of tho State. And yet Hub-beIlurn.relievedln.lam!jr The r.hrldM here however nblo tho discourso might be. Kcara prevented OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. is spending the money forced out and each girl may consult her own think, too, what tho Bible really is ; mt t)j'lbi, n,lldtreat' ITteiiterr cujeil. successfully in the Thcro is not sufficient adaptation of tho nnd whenover they come to under- of tho needy janitors and scrubwoJounIhealedraidljf rnem of IJ.phiheria fancy within certain limits, ior Staple nml Fancy Groceries, Patent anil Family II ciul'i-nccf2CUi',,?.?"rJe A sermons to tho congregations to which, Animal rproporlion of marriageable men to stand its doctrines as thoy should, thoy men in tho public service in trying to An vegetable rmsons, Greensboro, Ala or nnd especially to tho occasions on Flour, fllcul, Hacon anil I.nrii, Tobacco anil Clgara, lVeoil Tetter dried up. Sllnes, etc women is nbout threo to one. It has will forsake their belief in it nnd tho get himself elected to represent that I used the Fluid durinr Clmlrrn prevented which thoy aro preached. Nearly en, Willow mill Tinware, QIbum anil QticciiHurnrc. Canned our present affliction wuh Clcera purified and frequently happened that pretty girls dogmas of tho church, nnd accept tho people in the United States Senate. healed Scarlet lever with dc every preacher has his own limit, to truth as Infidelity tenches it. Wo N. Y. Herald. tided advantage setIt Is In rnaeaoflieatlllt have been wooed by warders, frco GooiIh of all kinds n (specially. Itcnicniucr (lie place, "The should be used about Indispensable to the sick which ho rigidly confines himjclf by the corpse V it will soldiers and sail- again wclcomo lirother Barnes to tlers, or Tho camp meeting at Easton, Pa., room -- Wm Ala Saub- I prevent any unpleas- Corner Store." roao. Eyrie. a certain number of pages or by his ani smeii ors, instead of "ty convicts. In such was also tho roverso of what it ought The eminent riir watch. With somo it is thirty mincases thcGovernur enn only assont to Irliui.J.MAUIOX nil his lire Bon Hill never did to have been, as will bo seen by the "In Scarlet To vcr HUM, M. 1 New ute; with moro it is forty; whilowith La inarriagA on condition that tho fe York, aavs "I am a inure graceful thing," said General following: "About omfthousand Darby a few it is a full hour. I: convinced 1'rofFluid is a male convict's freo lover shall placo Kvaus in his funeral oratiou-bve- r Prophylactic tho three hundred people of all sorts wero valuable disinfectant. nsPH-fSLR-nvarcJisTThere is no good reason for making himself in tho position oL a ticket-of- S, lato Senator from Georgia, "than assembled in the camp ' grounds'and VnnIerbilt Unltcrattr, Naahillle, Tenn. ovcry sermon precisely so long.wbcth leave man. and under tako never to DEALIS l!t testify to the most eacellent qualities of Prof. I his last visit to tho por- around tho hotel known as the Forest when he made Darbyl Prophylauic Fluid As a disinfectant and era man ha. any thing tosayor not. gjte.1e CQ dctcrgcjil.lt Is both theoretically and practically Th(J wio(, cou trait of his mother, which hung in DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Houso. A fight occurred between tupenor any preparation with which I an ac.g of ,anJ It would mid a pleasing and, wo doubt ,w ftn(, freo T LvrroN, Physicians' Prrscrlptlons accuratrl; coiniiaunlcd. PuarmaruUl Prtparallona a ipwHilty. When President.! parties from Easton nnd "Odenwelder-- , quainted N Fluid la Prof Chemistry ono of liis rooms. Darby not, a profitable variety ,t ministers Itocoimnenilei by , Anv fnm t b lhe,r Garfield placed his manly arm around ton, in which both were badly bitten, Hon Auxakdcii II SriMiK, t.f Ceoreia.' would give up tho stereotype habit of Fy. Chm F Dams. D U Church of the own labor become theirs. During five his venerable mother in tho presence pummelled and kicked. J)n'uikcnt Strawgers, N. Y Columbia, Prof .University.S.C. licing goveruel by tho clock instead of K'carathey nro subjected to tho obliga of the vast multitudes that witnessed ncss was tho.causo of in A J K Uattlm, Prof, Mercer University; tha fight. Beer, tho ilow of ideas, and occasionally Rev Ciy. Pltltcx, Huhop M. E. Church. tion of reporting themselves weekly al his inauguration, and kissed her witlt. and liquor wero "freely dispensed at INDt.Sl;KN.AllJ.I2 TO livEKY IKIMIi D stop even before the half hour is up; tho district police office, and they are Perfectly harmless Used internally or the, obli- tWhOjtel. Men and women held reveiternally for Man or llcast. or if they would improvo tho occa- forbidden to cuter public houses, and lips fresh from pronouncing The Fluid liaa been thoroughly tested, and we -DEAIiEK IN- gation of tho Presidential office, ho elry In tho swings and in thewoods, have abundant evidence that Unas done everything sions when their hearts aro aglow nud here claimed For fuller Information get of your muff not be found out of doors at drew unto himself tlfo warm heart ot and their conduct would bo bad on Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, their minds nctivo, and detain their This probationary period be-J. II. ZKILIN A CO., Man 'icturrng Chemists. congregations a littlo lunger at such lagVmtisfactorily passed, thoy get Aincricau motherhood forever- -- So any day. On Sunday it was just what PHILADELPHIA. when tho great Senator went as. a should uot occur again under any cif-- " times. To average a certain length their full freedom, but subject always HOUSE HIIOK.S, IIORSK .SHOE AAIIA", clAld to gaze upon his mother's pict- cumstanccs. Tha receipts fronuthe of timo would bo much better than to k to tho condition of remaining in tho ured face, nnd murmured, will salo of Jiquor at tho Forest House are .At the present time a railway car 'I preserve ono uniform length of dis- colony. To this rulo tho law has forriage painted inside with the Balmain soon see her,' ho left the sons of this said to lmvo been belwcenfSSOO ami courso on any and all occasions. phosphorescent paint, is included in the bidden that any exception shall bo Slate and the Union a lesson of filial $!)00. : The complaints that aro mado of made. On no account whatevcr'must train which leaves Liverpool street staSHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Tho thoy should never forget. Tho homely women here surpass all kcrmons ns being too long spring often convicts who havo accepted grants of iovo tion for Rotherhitho, via the Thames old, good face,, outside rivals by ho dead weight .of J portrait ehons from a want of interest in the grent Tunnelf at 11:8 A. m. Although only laud and contracted "administrative' themes of the gospel on tho part of marriages," as they aro called, ever' well traced with marks of intelligence. ineir ugliness, nua eaqu hundre'd f of the available space of the Tho wrinkles are there, the stoop of pounds of. them makes the sight'so EVAPORATORS, 2fAYFIELD WATEK ELEVATORS, hearers. Many go to church to bo en- return to Franco. carriag isa "painted, the phosphorescent age, and other signs of failing lifo. much moreaggravating. In no eth- light is quite suincient toenauio the tertained with something now, or to Long sinco she went away. But tho er place can ono seaso much shapeless)" An Outrajious Vtrdict. pots away tho timo, and almost any passengers to distinguish small objects verdict ,of acquittal rendered wasted statesman became a boy again and shaking mountains of flesh gird- Tho sermon in which tho old gospel is h when passinc tho. tunnel; and, QUEENSWARE, QLASSWABE, -preached would bo too long for them. by tho jury in tho Garland murder in feeling, gazed vrllh true, adoring ed into a caricattircToutlino of a 'Paris moreover, the light is,powerful enough St yes- love upon tho Aior trait, and then dress, and thoso fat women paratlo with tho case at Lunenburg Court-IIousHut tho fault is not always J5Im1ij9 to enable a person to re:fcl the indicawith tho porches ami awcejj through, the j hearer. Sermons, it must bo confess- terday is n gross miscarriage of jus- abovo tho laded picture-looketion oi an ordinary watch. It is prob- Comont, &c. Also . ed, sometimes do not havo muolt in tice, which makes a farco of tho trial eyes that saw Homo aud Heaven and parlors as coniplacenthas any of their Cable that tho railway companies will them. They nro not well digested by that has been going on thcro for ten Mother, all in ono visiou of transcen- bony rivals. They conie ostensibly to be enabled to e fleet a considerable savPIaOT7f7, drink of the waters, which "areup-pose- ing in gas aud oil by using the phostho preacher as a pro requisite to their days and is well calculated to bring dent glory." -to red uco the bulk and relipvo phorescent paint. And tho- by tho hearer. They discredit upon tho administration of lcing digested Tho widow of a Baptist deacon, aro too often filled with repetitions of tho law in that community. On the who died four years ago, said to the what the hand book of the Springs Tin CAimA'on Worji. Ntorly I Saratho etimo ideas sometime in tho facts proved in evidence nnd under the editor of a Richmond paper a few calls "engorged circulation." every larmdr. no talk vitli complains None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutter law laid down by tho Court, Garland Aud their preachers aro samu words. days sinco: "Tho great mistnke of my toga Letter. j shine nt terribly of the damage being done to ing, &c, done on short notice. interested in their onn ser- was clearly guilty of murder nnd husband's lifo was leaving 8200,000 not always The beauty who cut such a A few of our -- T. M. JOHNSTON. Salesmen. mons, and when thoy nre not, how must havo been so found by any lion to his children. My eldest son had Long Branch last year, and who- was cabbaccyby worms. WALKER Mo KINNEY, i"rienJ havo been using cayenne pep But tho jurors unbiassed jury. can they expect their hearers to ho 7 est, not been in possession of Ids portion courted by a wealthy Cuban, has mar-- J Thoy must not rely on tho eternal in- in this case evidently paid no atten- six months before ho had acquired in- ried him. Thoy and I nre under (lie per on their cabbage and claim to terest of the great themes on which tion to either tho evidenco of tho wiu temperate habits, and today, wrecked same hotel roof. He is most ceremo-neou- s have derived nicuh beucflt thereby. The pepper is put into a little tin peppethoy speak. Tho most solemn trutlTs ncsscs or tho instructions of tho Judge. in health, no morals, ho hasn't n dol toward his bride. You would aud lato iu the afternoon the verdict would havo been little r-box nre sometimes uttered in n listless Their lar left of tho thousands his father suppose from seeing them together, cabbage heads aro given a good sprinkless n mockery had it been render. spirit and in a perfunctory manner. left him. My daughter married an that they .wero mere acquaintances. em- ling. Thoio who have tried tho exHas JuUt Oponod a Flno Stook of Wo havo heard ministers preach on cd fifteen minutes alter they wero Thoy havo separate bed 'brooms, after immoral man, who has spent her periment say that the wonns roverso important realities of life pauclled instead ot fifteen minutes tho most nud now her lifo is sad and drea- tho fashion of his country, and I am nud eternity who manifested no moro alter thoy retired. Tho crowd that ry. It would havo been a thousand told that ho uover intrudes iuto her ends nud scramble oil at a lively rate. solemnity or earnestness of feeling cheered tho jury doubtless shared the times better had my husband devoted apartment without first cercmoncously The Willimantio (Conn.) Linen Consisting of than if they were discoursing on some sentiments of tho prisoner's father his means more largely to education askiug for an invitation. Clara Company has posted tho following when the dry topic connected with science. Such who impudently boasted Belle. notico in ita mills : "No person now and Christianity." ... sermons nro nl way s too long, whether, verdict was announced that he only in the employ of tho "Williniantic "Tho latest agouy," says Jeems, blamed his son for not demanding a The Rev. Mr. Brand, of Oberlin, the weather bo cold or hot. Linen Company will be continued iu retraction from Addison with n shot- Ohio, whose sermon nbout Druggist the way I felt this morning. My wifo Thcro is something in this subject asked rao for a XX dollar billa their servico after July 4, 1883, un worthy of tho serious consideration of gun loaded with buckshot nnd shoot- Bronson, a sly rumseller, has led to n less they can both read and write. In suit for damages, wound up tho dis twenty you know and I cut tho matAlso, a Nico Lino of nil preachers of tho gospel who would ing him down iu caso of refusal. And on aud after this no person will courso by njdrcssiug Brouson thus: ter short by telling her it could not bo tho attention of their hearers Lunenburg county tho killing of bo hired by the company who cannot by Gnrlaud may bo looked upon "Good men shall breathe freo at thy did, for tho simplo reason that I had and win thorn, to Christ aud build and write." t. both read tho matter of a dollar or so iu less barbarous commudeath and utter thanksgiving when only I am opening daily a Full line ot the Best Goods in the Market, to be thorn up in tho fuith nnd practico ot as chivalry; 'I know you'd tell me'tKat' According to answers giveu by sold at Bottom Frioos. Call and examine. New York Ob- nities it will bo set down as coldblood- thou art gone. Men shall placo thy tho word of God. N. Y. Herald. ed murder. gravestouoas a mouumeut and a testi she said, 'and itHi true too.' Aud as I Michigan candidates ior school teachHIGGINS, Salesman. TIM server. in -mony that a plaguo is stayed; aud ns, looked up in amazement sho added: 'I ers places, there had been twenty-fiv- e TiiKliAlioiiiNd Ci,am. Again we "Uncle Sam," said n colored hoy to Iwrno on the blast, thy guilty spirit looked in your pocket last night; I've Presidents of tho United States, the hear the cry os tho demagoguo nnd black Samuel, n negro who used to botwhistles toward tho gates of hell, the got tho twenty,' Oh, boyB, how I felt! word "man" was u "maskalino noun," orator preaching ubout tho laboring tom chairs for Colonel Sandy Faulk-noand tho threo divisions of tho Federal hideous shrieks of those whom thou but what could I do?" class. Who nro tho laboriug classes, "whnrye gwine?" "Gwino fish-in'- ; hast destroyed shall pierce thee hell's were "tho monarchial, A lady of our acquaintance, living Government nnd why is thcro n Hue drawn, and why ycr ux mo?" "Did you i aristocratical, and damocratic." first wclcomo." in Lewis couuty, is perhaps tho only . why is human society divided up into know that Auut-Tild- y . is dead?" "Go Fashion is making monkeys of us classes? We know of no laboring on, chilo I Is dat a fack? Yer doan Governor Blackburn says: "Tho ono in tho Stato who can eay, as sho ed, spi- class, uo common peoplo, no aristocra- mean to say dat my wifo is deid?" idea of calling mo Governor by tho did tho other day: "Arise, ray daugh- all. Some of those wasp-was- t cigarotto suckers, under a cy in 'this country. Men nro born froe "Yes, sah." "When sho die?" "Dis gracofof God and yellow fever Why ter, go to your daughter, for your Btraw hat, look liko a and nro just what they makoof thorn moruin." "Wall, 1'so sorry I want I had my election assured befuro tho daughter's daughter has got n daugh- big Maysvillo Bulletin. This goes hoisted Chinese umbrella with tho One man may become bald dnrl Toll 'em to go on uu mako do yellow fever. I lost ten thousand ter." selves. Courier-Journavotes hv bciuir uway at tho timo." to prove, what every true Corn crack- hamllo split. headed by carrying a hod, niiothor by 'rangomcut, dat I'll bo back ngin -- . Kentucky studying into tho hidden mysteries of I'so dono dug worms for This is only nnother ovidouce of the er stoutly maintnins, that An addition has been made to tho nature; labor, in each case, is the bait now. Wish I'd knowed it sooner." inordinato egotism of the old imbecile. women can beat the world in every list of loon brideca iu tho bridi-- o of Ills best irieuds never claimed that he thing. cause, and one is just as much a laborArkansaw Traveler. the Pensacola and Atlantic Kail road . had any other qualification for the A physician falls into a fit while er as the other. Wo nre all laborers across Escambia Hay, Florida. It is Au Knglish chemist, who had been office than his yellow-fove- r record. making a round of visits, and is car toiliug for ourselves aud for each othfive miles nud a quarter long, and was called upon to analyzo sovcral socks Owensboro Messenger. ried into a druir store. ."Send for er. Hfgulato education, society nud openod ior use August 15. which Dr. X " savs somebody. "No, no, morality and wealth will bo evenly and stockings of a red color, a had been found to causo great irritaThe first soutenco under tho new uot for him," says the dying man A St. Louis girl, sixteen years old, distributed among tho peoplo. law in Maryland was tion to tho skin of tho wearers, discov whinniug-pos- t Republican. ot tho mention of bis rival's prelty as a picture, and having a voice . ed tho causo of ihe trouble iu tho ttu pronounced on a ucoro aa soft as currant jelly, cau split the name; "HJio utougiit mo urouuu - SlkMHUsaaaaaaaaalsaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 0' Senator Hill's physicians tay that salt used us a mordant in fixing tho tho other day, the sentence lieing would advertise him I I prefer to panel of a common pi no door with ono He succeeeded iu obtaining that the offender receiva thirty lathee. die." which killed him was dyo. the cancer blow of her fist. French l'ttjier. grains of tin in the "Ifore de Lord, Judge," pleaded tho mi e caused by tobacco. IIo had a habit over twenty-twA Jersey milkman milks his cow . "Fools wake feasts, and wlsrf men of holding a cigar almost constantly form of the dloxldo. When actod up criminal, givo mo eoven ycara in jail." is tho tin oxide A niotion for a now trial, which was from door to door. This is enough to cat them,'' Find out whether it iu his mouth, and keeping tho nico on by acid porspiration tit bo fools or the feasts that tha wise to do all kiiidi of Primtiif la the hardest tine- coated end against tho left side of forms an exceedingly irritating com bh do, will stay the oxecution of the bring tears to tho oyes of ua. men eat. fPadmau. of Stylt and at City; FiturfM.. hearted hydrant. see (euce fur sovernl days. pound. his tougue. PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. M'ROBERTSMAGG ' - . " Infi-dejit- hl r- X rs MsAIfateMi? igkt GROCERY, St. Asaph BIocI, Stanford. y r well-behav- ono-hal- ll timo-cxpirc- I I I PENNY & McALISTER i W HI Shelf Hardware, Iron, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, oae-lial- Un-ouc- Sto veSjTinware,, F3?uit Jaxs Hri'ocexies9 Xjinxe, o d THE GHAMFIOIff STEEL. . OEN.UINE OLIVE11 CUIIiTEI) PLOW. - E. P. OWSLEY por-tio- BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Ad-diso- Sn'my-pocke- CARPETS.OIL GLOTHSITRUNKS ' r, atosio? Journal THE - i . y nm 1 '( ft m 1 cart-whe- l. fee-bl- wlfo-bcat- M o -- JOB PRINTING Prepi'i C Xl 35!riOK i - try -- Jf -j--,, ... '' ' t S ' ll'H H H.WT Jp y ,Jl.ii -- By '" 1 W. Napier and others, for the low pries of $27 50. 200 acres of llniber.land of James II. Hall was sold to Hosfclns. Bryant A CoM for $82.45. Col. J. K. Hays, of Jamestown, and George E, Stone, went to Mt. Vernon on professional business. Misses Annie Hel den and Alice Cabbell returned to their home In Lebanon, last Tuesday, accompa nied by Miss Dollle Cahbell. Miss Slurp, of Srottsvlllr, Ky., is visiting her grand mother, Mrs. Dollle Napier. F. C. Whlpp and T. W. Warriner are attending the Ens-sel- l ' 9 . I F. -t 5. I ,? J A I J V ? J i ' V by a free circulation of posters and adver tisement in the paper most read by the workingmen, appointed three services for last Sunday. The weather was unpropi tious, but the people turned out, and for the first time in Indianapolis I faced the audience I wished to meet. The Opera Hall scats 2,200. About 2,500 squeezed in at night and hundreds went away, una ble to find even standing room. 10 con fessions at night brnko the terrible monot ony of the preceding week and tilled us with joy as the possible forerunners of a of glorious harvest of souls. At the service. 1 naked if (there were 10 men. in the Hall who would be responsible for the rent of the room for the coming week; and afterji little waiting, 'one by one llie 10 i.. iiiq it t ..? ineir peats .uunusj mgiifc .i. ru-- e iruiu .i prevented a fair test, but as it was, the rain Iowip floor was filled and four more con with discriminating justice to AmeriGatii has returned from his for fessed the dear NAME Tuesday night can manufactories." This strikes us eigu tour and is agnin lying on the there were 5 more ronfenions and a full as the truo ground unless wo are to democrats in that quasi democratic lower floor, though the night was rainy have free trade entirely. But since a paper, the Cincinnati Enquirer. The total iorjsotil to Tuesday night is 118; certain amount ot reveuue is to be Besides these there have anointed, 142 Meeting of Democratic Congressional Com 119 confessions among christians fur raised, it is but justice to our Amerimittee. the "Higher Life," or advanced blessings can manufacturers to lay it on those ISjxetalloIhe Interior Journat at the r. M, services. This Opera building Aug 31. At a nieetirf): of Danville, articles that need protection most, so in which we meet, when completed, will be will not be brought into too Democratic Executive Committee of the 8th that they one of, the most elegant blocks in the city. Congressional district held at the Courtgreat a competition with those pro- house) It occupies"one segment of "The Circle," a it was ordered that a convenduced by tho pauper labor of foreign tion be held on Wednesday, 20th Septempretty round park over the site of the Governor's Mansion, hot. now without any countries. A (arid fut revenue with ber, 1822 in Stanford, for the purpose of building lnit, and WsTgrite lounge on incidental protection is better than a nominating a candidate for the Hotie of -" Sundays for the general public. The Op narllf for revenue only" aud without Representatives, and that counties com losera 'Block is to occupy a quadrant of the " ing said district, be ordered to hold mm vjgard to tho article taxed. .Circle, and is halfjdon?. .The other half meetingD in their respective counties. on will blot out, when, erected, Mr. English's KmxKYi and his Commercial Saturday, September 10th, to (elect deleresidence, and the old modern church, gates to attend said convention. A. A. crew jaml feel like tying millstones where. Henrr Ward Beecher began his s ar'owHij iheir necks and casting NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. eventful ministry. It has been occupied into the sea, when they read for long, by various offices, but with the Lexington has Btrcet cars at last. this bit of malice published by the outward appearance unchanged, and it is Kobinnon, of Kansas, has the IU. Hon. John D. White : "Re- accepted the greenback nomination for the nn old landmark of great interest. But ''landmarks" must go when they do not cognizing the fact that tho Courier-Journ- Governorship. pay, or something pays better that will is the leading newspaper in Mr. James McCann, the oldent resident stand in their place. and oitiien Uourbon county ia dead, aged Kentucky, and entertaining a pro There is no penitentiary here as in other years". found contempt for the courso pursu- eightj-twState Capitals, but a female "Keforiaatory" Confederate bondsare again on a boom ed by the brigado and arequoted at $o to $0 per $1000 is in the suburbs with over 200 convicts. in the conducting tho Louisvillo Commercial, Atlanta, Ga , market. A noble State Charity near the city is the Asylum for the Insane. The grounds are I respectfully request that you give Denver, Aug. 30. A heavr now lovely buildings superb every thing as notice that I shall speak at Winches- storm has been raging in Leadville all last sweet and clean as money and care can night and this morning. September 8, &c." ter, make them, and all tbat tender ministry The St. Louts Fair opens October 2, can do for the J0O wretched inmates, is A Washington dispatch says that and closes on the 7th. The sum of $50,000 STixroso Hmur ddhe. We made the sad rounds of the pension claims are now being adjudi- is distributed in premiums. - - KENTUCKY LANCASTER, wards and I do not want to visit an Insane John K, Lynch, the colored repub cated at the rate of a $1,000,000 a Asylum again, until faith rises to the point week. This, in spite of thoso already lican Congrcssuiaan from Mississippi, lias where in Jesus' name I can can out the JOHN T. 11KH1INS, PROPRIETOR. been renominated for Congress. adjudicated, is at the rate of the nomdevils that infest these poor distracted A lot of loafers at Frankfort have held inal sum of $52,000,000 a year. This a meeting to protest against brio ging convict creatures. I am aure the power to do so is A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL available now as in the days of our Jesus is a tremendous draft on the public labor in competition with free labor. CASET COUUTf. In every psrtleular, Tbs patronage ol the publlo tabernacling 'in the flesh. And I will go Yellow fever is spreading at I'ensaco-la- , patriotism and purso. Many pension Liberty. solicited, and satisfaction xuarinteeti. Had a nice rain here last Saturday, on to know the LORD until I hive that and the L. & N. is forbidden to transport claims are no more nor less than grapower yet, fanatical as the thought may be tuities, and are helped through by car, passengers or merchandise from that that was much needed. SALE. The Institute begins next Monday. to some. I am sure that the root of insan- SMALL city into the State of Louisiana. influence. If a law Congressional ity is demoniac possession, and to "cast out Hon. A. H. Stevens lias arrived at At- Thero will be a large crowd in town. were in force forbidding a represcnta- - lanta, Ga., and is going to make the State Uavlnz moved to Nlcbolutllle. I will sell irl- A few nlghls since the young folks of devils'' is in my commission. But the tivfl in Congress from meddling with cinipilgn warm.( II ha Increased in this place and vicinity were invited to Mr. difference of faith was clearly seen even vairiy ur farm, coniaiuiug auoui .pewuon churns, tewer would be grant- - lhyj!cl weight and feels like a fighting E. II, Kldd's, where a delightful little among (lie ditciplea of the LORD. John ONE '. loving and loveable as he was never dance was given. cock. L" ,t KUnfcrd l'lke, about 3 tulles On Granville and Dock Crockett and Jas. raised the dead as Peter and Paul did. iroiuthe Unvlll inepiscsis in agoui siauioi cui- A Convention has been called in the -vsnviiie. &Tiia uqvernor has pardoned six livallon-.alllcrau sxernt aliout SO acres: that to Firnt District. Capt. Stone, Speaker of Martin, who were tried before 'Squires And Thomas called Didymus, I doubt, CO In small erslu. Ttie buuse Is In icowl repair and convicts this week and at the time tho Grange Legislature eUteru and Ow-a- Turner, Urown and Branson, were held over to the could hardly cure a toothache with his contains 7 looun, also pantry, flower-pl- l, al door, is written there are threo more are candidate, but the latter will decline Circuit Court. Tho two latter wero grant- "neeing and believing" sort f laith. Yet at tbe new -most larn, Ac. and as fine fruit of everr descrlnUou as "U-- w ed ball at $500 each, which they gave. those who practice what they have, shall pCaygfor hira to get in his work. to submit to its action. any one wanti, apples, ari, ptacbee. plums, cherhave yet more, as Jesus promises, and ries, grapes, daiusoui, almost any tblng you war General William T. Sherman will ask Granville will have to remain in jail. Thask God, a year from and l'lentv of ttotk water fn nlnlit is no limit to the growth of the fall for.ono lulfefroiu blacksuillb sbop, of tulles Elder Win. Cloyd preached hero Sun- and there two tho State that ho has ad lie ted will to be placed on the retired list of the armv liUtretj laid doctors day and Sunday night, which finished the mustard seed of faith if only we will from water will IS years neverbealtby IIplai-- lor tbaUuctors. In know old Luke in an oflicial capacity in November, 1883, H would be retired, under the army compulory act, in Februa- seven months for which he was employed jtlaiit it. That is, our part. Long before bills, I refer you to Mm. T. M I.IIUrd, II. SI. I.louey, IV II (leotrj: alio 8. m Jobuson, wbo no more forever. The entire congregation were pleased with being taunted with inability to empty a Ilv. a on me place, ana i nomas sieicau, oiaoioru. ry, 1881 Sheridan U his successor, Mr.rciAi.f. John McboUsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Clias Ilovey, a young married him and are aprry to give him up He Lunatic or a Blind Asylum, the longing Address A I'ltWAKY election has been order- 07 'ed In the Lexington district to settle woman living in the town of Thetfiml, will go to Lexington to school the second came to my soul to be of use to these most wretched of my fellow creatures. I make the fate of Illackburn and Owens. LGenevee county, Mich , Tuedy bound her week in SeptrmWr five ytar-olDied, of Typhoid fever on the Itolling no boast, but I kuow JESUS ia able and child to .herself aijd then College. V The committee seems to havo obeyed plunged her own head and f that of the Fork, on the 20th, General Cnppsge, a willing to save these from this living w tK wishes of Illackburn who express child into a wash t'lb GlJed with water, and youug man about 20 yesr old, just STANI'OIH), KY. death, and I will go on until UK can use edsbiinself in favor ot that mode of both were drowned. It Is supposed to be a life, in reality Ou thu 27ih, Miss "even me" in this bles'el work For now ly Josie Mills, aged 1G Mrs. Sylvester Mur- HIS power goes out as of old through hu- With a Full Corps case of temporary insanity. i Tk nomwMiuou. of Teachers, The Michigan democrats are free- phy, in the same neighborhood, is recover- man Instrumentalities, "thtj treasure com k. xMajvP. 13. Oaldwixl, lato of'the . ing from a revere spell of the same fever. as the following resolution adoptmilted to Etrlhen vessels," that He may Tbls Institution will opsn Its Tbtrtetuth Session traders .vV AtlauU xVwMwad has purchased ed InState Convention shows : ''We .are ontoezd Jiouuay in beptemiier ueiu Married, at the Clerk's Office on the have more oy. "Greater works than these L VU, L' the'Lexiiigtm 'lranscript and propo unalterably opposed to the unjust, unequal 21th, J. W. Deareu to Lucinda Sinkburn; shall ! Jo, because 1 go unto oiy Father." ALL THE MUNCHES OK A newspaper out and iniquitous system of taxation cilltd Judge Gibney performed the ceremony. Is that true orfaliwT If true, it covers all Vs to make rlHt-clasTHOROUGHENGUSHCOUnSE 'it. We kojfjja will succeed, but a protective laritr, which oppresses the fir- They were the happiest couple that we the ground I ask for. The Slock Yards projected and superinthat aSahit hilt busluess in mer and laborer, destroys our merchsM have seen. Ou the 25th, George Morgan Ar taught, a well aa marine, breeds and enriches uionopolittl was married to Cornelia Estis. On the tended by a Kentuckian is a stock Para MUblO. TUB LANOUAOKU. DltAW. and impoverishes the poor. The tradi- same day John Sharp was married to dise. Sixteen acres under shed I Room INO AND 1M.INTINU. I'hii. TiMitioN Ima game to Wash- tional olIcy and principles of the demo. l'arlies all live in this county. for comfortably herding and feeding 2,500 ington to tho CWression! cralio parly are on the tide of complete, The following sales were made by cattle at ouce, and 30,000 hogs and sheep. Committee oVWch'fea. WSacretary. commercial freedom; and we demand Im- George A. I'rewitt, Master Commlscloner, It Is a treat to walk through the clean airy In Tuition, price rang from 123 lo 150 Iu lb ItifjNiW a mediate and acurtwlve revenue reform In ou County Court day t 200 acres of laud passages aud look Into the great squares regular Iieiwrtmcnla. l'rluiary, iii; InUriuedlaU the djrtctiou of free trade, subject .to a' tar-- '. belonging to tha estate of John Ely, de with the long racks and straw covered 140; l'rcparaUMy, 149, and Collegia!, fou. wfcliftf ub Ill oaly ulUeitnl to raise tLe necessary ceased, to James Fogle, for $700. Two ground, exhaling scarcely any odor to ofkwM'i-JuKor full particulars, as to Hoard, Ac, address j J wore i4u (V MllllanitrflU reveliue for the expenditure of Govern. small tracts of land belonging to Matthew fend. Splendid offices adorn I he front. NKN. N. V, TKUKIir.AKT. l'rluelimi: .A uenLVconomicallv administered." .3 Feimey, sold to satisfy a debt due to V, Out kind friend, Major Downing, formerly Stanford, Lincoln Co., Kyi ; Bufo'rd wm charged with cursing a e boy who charged him a quarter for hoMjing his duster five minutes. It Tran-tcriSeptember 1,1882 seems that Craddock told the Friday Mora f, about it, and on its king pubST. lished lluford demanded tho author. EDITOR w. p. walton. Tho following letter tells tho balance of the taloand tho question naturally CoNortKas Appropriated $35,000 to suggests iuelf, will Craddock lay low pay tho Surgeoue wfio Attended under such an insult or will ho redeem mimed n Committor to divide himself by "striking the villain low." it between them. lilbs liko tlio old Hero is tho letter, and is signed by it hogTlie1, tins deranuded $25,000 of tho General; Sm In tho case of St nMcrlinir "that din rfof?nt ffflni liia Mr. Craddock, the editor of tho 2Vtie practico at tho tirno when ho was Kenludian, touching the language atcaned to attend mo into president tributed to me by him, about tho litwere about 81,500 n month; that this tle boy holding my duster, is simply practico was to a great extent broken false Ho also stated to me at the up by tho engrossing naturo of his Bluo Lick Springs that ho did nnt duties at tho Executive Mansion, and givo you this item of nows. You say that tho direct pecuniary loss resulting ho did. Two lies in such quick suctherefrom and from subsequent ill cession drops tho flag in his face. I health canted by long continued nervshall thercforo tako no liotico of him ous strain and over exertion amountin my paper; still if ho wishes to fight ed to about 815,000." Ot course this I will givo him all ho wants, "if I am is a huge lie, as beforo in his whole n Christian." life, his entiro receipt from bis prohas been charged that Hon. W. fession, did not, wo dare say, reach that figure. Dr. Agnow, one of the C. Owens gerrymandered his district consulting physicians, has gotten on so as to elect himself to Congress, but his ear and writes "Congress has the editor of tho Owcnsboro Saturday treated tho medical practitioner with Poil, who was a member of the Legcontempt. To procsed against tho islature, exhonorates him as follows: citato, however, would bo criticised As far as tho chargo goes that Mr. by the newspapers, which nro against Owens attempted to gerrymander his tho profession in this case. Wo must district, we are a living witness that submit to the indignity heaped upon ho discountenanced any such thing, us, and pocket tho insult, and in tho and mado tho personal request of futuro refuse to attend, if called, a certain members from tho Green Kiver President, King, l'otentato or Pro- country that thoy would not endorso of his late." This sounds very grandilo- such a lit-tipt tl fMtttmiixn i II,, ... At the Richmond Fair, tiencral A. It dis-dric- t. quent, but it is hardly necessary to Houk aud Rule are having a monremark that tho doctors generally, key and parrot timoot it iu the Knox-vill- o are not likely to take a great deal of district. The latter says : ''Houk stock in the quarrels for the extortion-nt- o not only says he wasn't drunk, but demands of these quacks. makes up a big lie about being poisDan Vohiiees opened tho cam- oned. It is bad enough to get drunk, paign in Indiana, with a speech at but worse to lie about it, especially Terre Ilauto, a few nights ago, in after kicking up a row and getting which his views on the tariQ question put in tho calaboose." condensed into a fow words nre: "I Col. Martin W. LaRue, editor speak not in support of a tariff for of the Sunday Netcs, has been appoint-pointe- d reyen'ue'only, nor ot a tariff for proPress agent of the Louisville tection only, but in support of a tariff which collects the necessary revenue, Exposition, which assures a grand and, at the same time, to the extent time for tho newspaper men who visit of that revenue, extends protection tho big show. J- 'Jor them-'selve- o bread-and-butte- r Hon, John Hamlolph Tucker has been nominate! for Congress by the democratic ' Sixth district of Fifty-twnew caws of yellow fever at Ilrownvllle, Texas, Wednesdsy, and threo deaths. There are fourteen cases at 1'ens.v cola, two have proved fatal, -- Mr. Denlly, sister of W. W. Hall, county clerk, was struck by lightning at her residence about six miles from Mays-vlllMonday afternoon, and Instantly killed. The body was badly burned. A Hong Kong dispatch last Saturday announced that 4,000 people had died of cholera on one of the l'htlllpplne islands, and another dispatch this morning announces 300 deaths from the same disease Monday. During the Cincinnati Exposition the Kentucky Central will sell round trip tickets from Lexington at $2 40. A train will leave the latter point at 0 A. M , arriving in Covington at 10:10 and leave at 12 midnight. MaJ, James Orange, of Charles City county, V., accused his wife of being too intimate with another man, and although she protested her Innocence, he took a shot gun and deliberately blew her brains out. He il now In jail. The case of the Commonwealth against II. W. White, who was convicted of lobbing the Fayette National IJank of about $14,000, and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary, will be argued in tho Court of Appeals Monday. Among the indictments found by the grand jury at this term of the Marion Cir cult Court are some for by fishing on Sunday, It is a question whether fishing on Sunday is a violation of the statutes of Kentucky, the preponderance of opinion among members ofths Lebanon bar being that it is not. Leban on Standard. Wilson Fain, the man who two years ago shot a negro porter at Kicholasville, because he awakened him to go to bed, has just been acquitted, because the Court of Appeals ruled in his case that "if the jury believed from the evidence that defendent in being suddenly awakened from his sleep, and taking the life of deceased was irresponsible, they should acquit." John J. Jeter, who shot a negro in Campbellsville, Ky., and was making his way west to escape punishment, got drunk in Indianapolis and picked a quarrel with a stranger. He had out his pistol and when officer Burns went to arrest him he fired at him, the ball passing through his heart and killing him instantly! He was arrested after some difficulty and lodged iu jail. He is a very desperate character and if he gets his deserts will hang. The gross earning of the Louisville A Nashville Kailroad Company for the third week In August were $235,79ji against $195,850 for the corresponding week ot Inst year, and increase of $39,995 From July 1 1 Auuust 21 they were $1,719,470, agAiiixt $1,391 235 in 1831, an increase of This iocreae is at the rale of $0,000 per day, and is likely to become greater, as on September 1 an advance of 20 per cent, on the present freight charges will go into r fleet. When the young son of Win. Froutty attempted to hoist his father from the ninev deep coal mine in South Des Moines, Iowa, Tuesday, he found himself, uuequal to the I ask, so ha attached a weight to the descending car to net as an equalizer on the ascending car, on which his father was seated. The weight was so great, the father was brought to the.top at a terrific speed, striking against the roof of the shaft shelf, and descending again to the bottom, nearly every bone in his body being broken. Hiram Sibley, nurseryman, of Rochester, N..Y., made an argument before the TarifTCommission, Tuesday, in favor of putting seeds on the free list, saying it was not right to impose a high tax upon seven "million seed users for the beneftnf one hundred scedgrowers. He waa introiiticed by President Hayes as the largest farmer in the world. He is the owner of one hune dred and farms, which lid rents to tenants, and of a still larger number which he cultivates. He is the owner of Sullivan the famous farm in Ford county, Illinois, and of the Howland Island farm, Cavuga county, tho largest farm in the State of New York. He cultivates more acres for raising seed than any man in this or any other country and is also engaged in the lumber, salt and the banking business. VlVfl-fiii.o Sabbath-breaking $32-',23forty-thre- of Louisville, the superintendent ment. and r, rROtTMiaHAI.. T. w. Springs and visiting friends in James town ami vicinity. I'. W, Napier has lust returned from Louisvillo. Miss Cora Whlpp is well of the fever, and looking much better than wo expected she would, Marlon Sweeney is much better. George Portman, of your town, was wllh the old folks at home this week. P. M. Mcltob crta and Joe l'axton, two of your rising young attorneys, were hero on professional business list Tuesday. Geo. A. Prenltt and Miss Mattie Coffey, are visiting in Hiutonville, and on the Itolling Fork, this wtrk. Joshua Stone and his mother have gone to Columbia. 'praTsFthF LORD." iNniAN.vroi.n, Ini, Aug. 30th, 18S2 Dear Intrrtor i Sinco my last which had a little mould upon it before It reached yourreaders,thtre have been a few changes in the even tenor Of the mtcting's way, which I will jut down. Last Sunday, the Conference Of the M.- - K. Church Wing; in session, courtesy required that the pulpit in which I preached, should be occupied by visiting brethren, and the LOUD put it into my heart to make one earnest attempt to reach "the masses," a sight of whom had not greeted my eyes in the grand church where our meetings wero held. So I enjoyed the splendid new Opera House, built by Mr. English (the wealthy gentleman who rarl for V. P. on the late Hancock ticket), and took us all over the huge establish He led the way Sunday night when I called for 10 men to be responsible for Hall rent. The most enjoyable part of this Indianapolis meeting are the afternoon services for Christians. They are well at- tended and greatly blessed. Every afternoon from S to Ki come forward for nn advance In holiness. Tuesday, r. M., 21 came. Mot of the anointing la done at that service. The testimony of blessing received at the afternoon meeting Is almost unanimous. I can not say how long we shall stay or where go next. A letter from New York, received day before yesterday, has turned our thoughts In that direction, as the next point. Whether Cincinnati shall halt us, remains to he seen. We hear nothing positive from that quarter yet. But tho way will be clear when the lime conies for leaving here. What a constant rasp It would be to be burdened with anxiety as to where should go. I am so glad I have nothing to do with the settlement of that matter. We like Indianapolis better, the more we see of it the folks who live in it of course, I mean. The bllter taste lelt in our mouths by Dayton is all gone, since we e came here. And yet in Dayton are a few enshrined in our hearts, whom we love with "a pure heart, fervently," God bless the loving, faithful few In that city of ice and adamant. Ever in Jesus. Geo. O. Hahnw.. Ih-r- HTANraitD, KV. Office In Owiler A (ton's new hulldlns-- np willies K. Viaso. viaxos. T. W.A WW VAItNON, ATI' .stair. I.ANfUSTKU, KY. Msater Uomnilailoner and rSonnlr Attorner, Will practice In sit lbs Courts of (larrsiri snd adjolnlsf reunite snd Is the Cowl cf Apa1a. ArX"rOllrVJ1V At II. O. KAUFPMAN, TIIOMAH r.llILIs. JII-- , 8TANFOHI), KV., Will practice In Ihs Courts ol this and sdlolnlnf raiinlleaandln th Cunt I ot Apprsls. Ofni-- e In (iesler JkHoa'a new btilMlng-- up tlalrs. AU'TOItNJ-l- A'X' A'X"X'OHNJ3V A'X' ) ALEX. ANDEH80N. X..A"W, , DANVILLE, KY., Will prattle In th Courts of tlojl sail sdjolnlng counties art In the Court of Appeals, A'rfOllNJuY MpK-ls- MIIKRTY. KY. Will practice In all th Courts of Case and ad- Joining- - counties, and In th Court of Appeals. attention itven lo collections, ii. 1. rierre-- s store. Offle MA8TRHBON 1'BYTON, A.'l asn axamssa mstiasirroOKTy, over Dli. J. HTANrOIU), O. UAIU'ENTEH, KENTUCKY ORctsver llotl. 8. LjrtU's store. Office hours from a lo J snd 7 to r. M, J. J. WILHON, JX3N'X'IMa'. BTANr'Oltl), Office and Keildence, Upper Mala St. KY. An Appeal to the Farmers. Fir IJU the-'clos- bn We are surprised to see the farmers sit silently by and let millers or any olher corporation combine to take their jus rights from them. They now resolve to take CO lbi. of wheat to the bushel, if our wheat weighs but 51 lbs. Now, Is this just or lawful 7 We think not. For COlbs. is a bushel, whether three pecks or five pecks by measurement, and we, for one will not sell to any miller or any one else that takes more than the standard weight, and we hope every farmer in the county will wake up to their own interests awl meet and past resolutions for before the ring is so strong that the bull will horn us to death. Let us, if nec essary, become bearish for You all admit that we are the lower if we work together. We do not wish to Injure any one, but we do not wish to be injured. All we want is a conservative leader. So let some one make a call and name the. place and time and there wilt be plenty lo follow; and as one family we will work for the whole people. We will not as If the millers for 851 bt. or 901b. for5Clt of wheat, but will give him COlbs. Far mers will you sleep on, or will you come to the help of your brother against the mighty 7 You may think this a shadow to get frightened at. Do not think so, for there is danger ahead, and let us guard against it We will bo forced lo the wall If we do not fortify, and the sooner the better. But says one, "I have sold my crop and will not take any , art." Far iner, you are wrong, for'you will have a crop in 1SS3, and yours is a selfish view, for we want something done for the good of body. I have sold my crop, but I sm danger in that hull and want every body to keep out or the way. It is just as legitimate for us to consult each other's interest, and more so, Inan to let a few dictate for the many, , A Let old Lincoln organize in a proper way also the Stale, and the whole lnion will fall into line, regardless of politics. Let us have the namo and firmness of Little Phil Thompson, and take a just position, and like him, we cannot be beaten, for principle will win laurels and live in history forever. The tillers of the soil are the head and foundation of communities, and their labor supports the merchant, bankers and the thieves, yet we are imposed upon and told to take the last seat and let tuonojKilies dictate terms lo govern us, the head. Let us not suflier it so to be, but place the head where it belong. A Fahmkk. Stanford, Aug. 28th, 1882. lltrkJomal HUllfli:ON JJ2 7V'l'IM'X BTANKOnl), KY, Office floath side Main Btrcet, two doors above the Myers Hotel. Purs Nitrous Olid (las administered whan required. I.EE P. HUFFMAN. It. O. po pel 1' 4 Will U In Mlanford wks efsach month, from first ilondsf. Ilental rooms la 6U Askph ilottl, our MeA'Istsr A ilrlfbl's. AtlAncaster two wrekiof each month Iseeslrn. Monday Dental room In Mason House. Pure nitrous Olid gate adulnlstere.1 Xotslin td2-- t when ncoroary. swim 1I3N'XIM1 MOItOAN, II. D. B. to TAXES The ! TAXES !! ' TO TIIK TAX.i'AYKIW OK UNC-OLCOj use stifte Juna&tn tsie have now fur ISSJ. As most all bar tot lb mousy In the bank doing- - Ihcmnotoisl, I asklbetaa paytrslo com and Mile. iMn'l think tieraus you are food thai w don't want your taaea. Th earlier w eel the las Ibe belter. We then know who to prese. Meet me or my IVpuly at nn tvptember . and oo Mllledaevlll her 7, al Crab Orchard, at Blanlon! st sll 72-tlwes. . MKNKI'KI', M. U C J. rOR THE NEXT THIRTY WILL DAYS, SSLL BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, I IrDRY ,1, AI.P GOODS NOTIONS This la no adt ertlslhf d,l Three puis must sell lo make room toe another line of giuds already purchasnl lfcm'1 take owr word foe II, Itul twuit and see fer yoursell. .-l JO PER CENT. BELOW COST! .MrALISTlIK A MKIHIIT. EXECUTOR'S SALE! As Circular of Jsme on the anal liny r ttrj CS 2 9 SsCj EaTaaf II Parsons, dee'd, 1 will Nril IXS'J, sell la Ibe highest bidder, the r'arm ou which decedent lived, containing M Arres of productive land, wllh comfortable Iniprsfementa, also 34 Acres ol Land lylagnesr the above These lands are In s rM neignliorhaod, convenient lo schools, churches, Ac. I will also sell at the same time the fella Ing lrsnnstly IS lrrlsof Corn, atMit 40 bushels Msre, of Wheat, tstscks of llsy, one I.KW tut tinlnglce, I big Plow, I Kiddle, Ar. sold a Taus:Tbe personalty will b on all onsujis credit of Hire months, with Interest over 110: under that amount, rash. Th land will I obi foe one-thicash, the remainder to I paid In 0 aaJ 1 months, tiual Installments, and la cent, from date. bear Internist the rale old Apprert.1 srcuiliy will be rmulred of purchaser on Nith real and rsousl, and a lien retained on the Istd lor the purchase uooty. Kale lo take plar on lb premise. J, K. I.Y ft, Kaemlor. ir ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Ndiufortl, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 82.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. I nGOHV HOUSE! Baggage Transferred Free of Charge f I bare recently and intend to have taken obnrge of this home urit-cla- u accommodations. H-- tf Csa MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation. AND if H FAII FOlt n Jl HUNDRED ACRES woud-houi- fX. Iti Proprietor it Determined that u snail oe second to no uountry Hotel in the State in iti Fare. Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. r , !u smoke-bous- rorn-crl- u, e, lenant-bous- e. scboul-bous- e, llagkrag will coaic red to sis' from tksdtMt fre ofrhargs. Special arcossHodallona to to Commarrlal Trastlere. Th liar will k alnais .applied with th. eholc.it kraadiofLlators sad Cigars. WM. DAUGIIERTY Huceeawi to Daighsny A Holmes, d Stanford Female NTAMOltl), -- KENTUCKY, MsMurictuagrs or tV Trit s X I Fine Carriages, Buggies, kfind setter TERMS MODERATE, ". CWiittin wtUV&tMeSlty ' ,4mu4. u ' I AND PHAETONS. WAGONS "of'TTl KINDS. r. wploylug only nr.l-clas- a only Itrit-clamaterial, and sell at reaaouable sgurot style, workmanship aud material eouald-- J. We manufacture Carriages or all deecrluilom. workman aud usiug Ill HM. UAUUHKHTY. .1 .Mi , U I jgr t ir.t v,r ) fii. v V ft kv . 'fiff & i u Cam, on W. If. Higgln next Monday at Ilobert 8. for Oliver and Champion Plows, Cider and ll For IU.XT. The N. Dat! store- Sorghum Mills, F.vaporatora, Ac. house, till Jantitry Int. Apply to K. K. No Hor. Owing to a misunderstanding Harrow, the Concert and Hop sdvertised to occur Friday Morning -- Soptember 1, 1882 Lamm, call and examine the light run at the Stanford OperHouse, will nlnrf New Home Hewing Machine, the bett net be given, L. 4 N. 10CAL TIME LAID. In the world, for ale at Chenault, Herer KEunrx KonrhT. the llllc(ed son of I'UMnprtnlrn North.... 9 10 A.M. anee A Co'. '.?quis II ram UrU"t, of Crab Orchard, " Honth ..... Idir.H Lat Noticr, All account due Halo A illfii Wnmls- - Hens forty year old Ntinnelley not settled by September 15th, ami never walked a slfn in hi li'e. The LOCAL NOTICES. will bo placed In thohand ofanofllcer. 'Stpiire's lender treatment of the poor ml-- " liuv Paints of Penny A McXIlster. A. T. Ntinnelley. fortunate prove that hi heart I In the Kf.p.VKH rouwsi Sugar for $1 at McAl-lite- r I AM bem.ino Litirel County Coal, and right place. A IlrtRlit'n. mm Sheriff MrNFFEEha recelvcdthe folFine oil lialntlnft Juil receuol t Me my friend and ererybody else, will find It to their intercut to sec me before buying lowing from Auditor Hewilli Ilobert A HugR. Thcsddillon n!2 cent having been voted by the people, Nrw stork of Jewelry ami Hllrerwaro at their winter supplies T. D. Newland. renny a iHCAinier'. l IfAnm A Dawson hare juat recelred you will collect, on each $100 valuation, linen ol latest lox stationery, cent from white and black alike." 15 ton if Luke Ice, which they will ell In 47 at AioKoberu A Htagg'. Those who have paid their taxes are reKnurr .Taim in any style and at your email lot at 1 J cent tier pound. Person wanting largo lot can get It on reasonable quested to pay the additional at once. price at MoAllsler A Itrlglits. Lovriu nf Good Tea will find the beat term. They Hill sell manufactured Ice at The adverthixo ou of the Sell In the city at Penny A McAllsttr'a. I cent per pound, Brother arrived yesterday, and the whole ThoLARGEST STOOKof WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY Clock and Jewelry repaired Watchm, d Hiir.niri 0. L. Couitnrw with J. M. town Is now Illumined with the and warranted by Penny A McAllster. fsii.vr.itiVAiii: bills. The car is a show almost In itself. lUlley, M. W. Stlrer and D. F. !lobinon receir-eFA I.I, lot ol elder's FIiom juat a guards, took the Messer hots, who hare Ills beautifully painted with picture of Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and and for tale at J, II. ft H. II. Hliankr. been confined In all here for more than a handsome design, and it Internal armnge Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted, Vet price incauli paid, McAllsteritllrlglit. year, to Clay county, Tuesday, for trial. ment, as to convenience and comfort, could l'onr. Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the They are charged with the murder of two not be Improved upon. An elegantly furnish-e- d . James Wallace, of Fayette, has sold to OARRARD COUNTT. world, for mIi only by McAllster A little room I occupied by Col. Peter men and the chance are if a trial I had Furguson A Co. an extra Christ You will find the Wot and Lancaster. that they will go up for long term or hate Sells, Jr., one of the brothers, and hi wife cigar In town at Penny A McAllma steer at 0 cent per lb. A much neiled rain fell Friday and and child, and they lira a happily and their neck itretched. ster'. Winchehtkii CounT. About 700 cat- Saturday. -a If their house wa not on wheel. Ton the purest and frcslitst candle and jv. vj. iv. n. iiiicr Jiosser toolc a The Col. I a very clever and socially dis- tle on the market. They were In gpod deihe Grand jury lias failed so far to best fruit, Ironical and homo (frown, largo force up Wednesday, to put to work posed gentleman, and I himself a guarantee mand, and brought land 6 cents, accor- send any of the hoys fishing. way go to .McAllster A Ilrlelit ). on the Kentucky Central extension from ding to quality. No mule. Horse sold Ilev. Geo. W. Dunlap preached at the that hi show Is and all that it Klchniond to Llrlngston. As that is tohs PERSONAL well, only plug offering. Presbyterim church Sunday night. Itev. claim to lie. built, without doubt, and a theK.C. has V.ttrj Stale has a fence law peculiar Hiram Moore, of Ashland, Ky., will preach Minn 8a l.l.i r. Dr.Hsr, of (larranl, Is DEATHS. leased perpetually the Richmond llranch, to Itself, while some have what I known Walling Mm, John J, Mcltobertii. at the l'reahvterian church next Sunday. the Inference I plain that it intend to Mr. James Adams, a worthy old citi- as the no fence law. In Kentucky, "All Circuit court seems to bo dragging Mim Faxnik Pcott, of Jessamine, haa a southern outlet and that outlet will zen of the ctk five feet high, so slowly. Knd, died of a general sound or strong fence been visiting with the Misses Paxlon. The case of the Commonwealth Mii Paumxr IIauuin, of Crab Or- be via the proiosed Cumberland road to giving away of Ihe vital energies, this close that stock can not creep through," Is vs W. A. Arnold, for the killing of Ilobert week, aged 77 year. He wa n life long the definition of tho legal fence. Only In lloyle, of which he wa once convicted and chard, waa risking reUtlTea In Stanford. For Life, A man named Hector wa Rapllst, amf Kid. J. G. Livingston, who some counties is the barbed wire fence a after granted a new trial by the Court of ha gone to the Oroliai: IIurton legal one, Appeals, has again been continued by the mountain to clerk for the Laurel Coal taken to the enltentlary from Knox coun preached lit funeral, spoke of him aa one In Fayette county fat New York cattle defense till Ihe next term of the court. W Co. ty, Tuesday, under sentence of life for ol Ihe best men he ever knew, Mr. AdKkmi-kii- , Kl.n. llAiivirr of Jackson grand larceny. The sentence was In con am was remarkable for having been shot are selling at 0Jfi7c; common butcher's U Jvavanaugli qualified a circuit court county, Mo., I on a tlnit to Mr. Wesley formltr to what was supposed to be elerk, with C. H.and J. W. Walker bonds the clear through his body and near the region stuff, 105c ; extra fine Blockers for Itout. law on a third conrlction to the penlten. of the heart, and having survived it. The rule strong at Gc, and arc very scarce. men. Tbe many friend of Frank Hubble Mux. John Itiiu'illT, accompanied by tlary, but the Court of Appeal recently shot wosiired by Hill Shropshire In a row Hogs bring 7c. There is a good demand her aon, W. M. Itright, are Yelling In I.an decided that audi a law I unconstitution In Crab Orchard, during the war, while for mules; they are selling at $100 to $175 will be pained lo learn of .he accident for broke, $80 to $120 for unbroke; $10 to which befell him at Kockcastle Springs a canter. al. We don't the Knox Judge Mr. Adams was acting Ihe pirt of Mis Pathk axi ADnir.XNr.TnuM, bad heard of tho decision. fW for colts. Some new corn has been few days ago. According to tho letter of lie atl of IxulTille, are tidting Mr. Iteneiltct sold iri the field at $250 to $3 00 per barrel ; "Jim Crow" in the MARRIAGES. A miKATCuiitoxiTr in the shape of a tempted a game of and in giving Kpalding. wheat la selling at 00 cents. Yesterday at the residence of Mr. Wm. the rerandah at Cipt. Good dualities of cattle meet with fair bis ball the proper awing, lost his footing Tin: mcrrr Mim 8Tri.UA Mark-itunr- , creeping Tine of Lancaster, waa with MIm Jennie Ceo II. McKinney's. It bUhlcal name L. Dlshon, Mr. James Thomas Sowder and sale In Cincinnati, but low grades are and sat down on a hard place in the ground i flmruUAom, and It peculiarity is that it Miw Sarah F.lizabeth Dishon were made weak. The flotations are; common, $2 25 telescoping himself. He Is gradually comItlcharda yesterday. close one tlesh. Mm. Mauv Dunn and daughter, MIm beautiful while blossoms, 3; fair to medium, $3 2504; good to ing out;andin the course of time will Durham Giuiore Our distinguish choice butcher grades, $1255; good to his former attitude. accompanied by Mi I .mi Dinwid- up a soon a the sun' raya strike It to Annie, open again at sunet,whcn a commotion sets ed exCongrcssman, Judge M. J. Durham, choice cows, dle, went to Ibanon, Wednesday. $14 CO; good to choice heifers new ArciDENTS. While playing about tbe buildings going up in the "burnt dia Mil John 1'ohtfk ha accepted the In and Its hundred of buds swell slowly waa married In Lexington, Tuesday, to t 250-75; common to fair shippers, volition of book.keeer for McAIUter A. for a tifue snd then bunt forth in full Miss Nsnnie (lilmore, who is described as $4 765 75; good to choice, $G7; com- tlct," Earnest Brown, son of George 8. bloom a awiftlr as the onenine of a nara a hsndsome heiress. The Judge's host of mon to fair oxen. $2 7504; good to choice Brown, felt off one nf the walls, only a few Ilright and the Stanford Woolen Mill. friends in this section extend their warmest do., $4 5O0C; Blockers and grazers, $3 Mim IlfXriiK Fooi.r, of Iicbanon, u sol. 250 feet high, and cut his head badly. Cash A RrHrxAOB. here Wednesday, rn route from ltockosslle Just a we were about to congratulations, and liopo thit bis new 4 75. The hog market is strong at higher Pumphrey, another small boy, fell into the Spring to Col. Jone Adam', In Uarrard. ly our "our body to rest Wednesday inarria'ce relations will be as hantiTa the figures. Selected butcher and heavy ship- pool which supplies the Lancaster Mill, Mim Klixa Wade, of Glasgow, i the niifht, the sad and plaintWe strains of old. pers, $3 5000; fair to good packers. $7 80 with water,and would have drowned had not guest of Mr. Abe Swllli, of tbi county "John Hrnnn'i body lies moilhlering in the RELIGIOUS. 8 CO; common, $707 70,, iBheep are In two negro boy pulled him out. They ssy Mia Mallie Hopkins, who ha alto been tmnb" broke upon the stlllnes of the soft light detnsnd at 2j(ij4J cents. Lambs are he sunk twice before they reached him, and Eld. J. O. Livingston, has cloned hia as "the third time is the charm" in such night air, and. awakened the bsbr. Wo ML Olive meeting with 15 additions. Tinillng her, returned heme this week. dull at S0SJC. cases, he had a close call. Mr. and Mju Javi-- s Paxton, Hon. reeogniied the Toicesof four of our prettiest Rev. J. C. Coluwell will preach at LINCOLN COUNTT. The Baptist Association which hag just and Mm, (I. A. Lackey and Mim Clara toung ladies, and if it hail stopped at tint Ihe Presbyterian church next Sunday at 11 Hustonrilfe. closed its sesiion at the Fork Church, was Helm went to the Islington Fair jester w might hTileen exceedingly happy; a. M. Cahu or Thanks. I desire to lender well attended, and the dinners spread on Elder John I. Rogers will preach at day. The three latter will also attend the but those four young ladies hid each a our heartfelt thank to the people of'IIui" the erounds are said to have been, in point marriage. beau, and when Itiey raised their roices in tho Christlau church on uexl Sunday In tonville and its surroundings for the mani- of quality and quantity, all the most exJ. IIkxhy Hanki.a, late of Hankla the song, the melody changed to the dis place of Dr. Cox. The liapllsts are passing aroundjt me- festations of love and respect theyiexhibit- acting could wish. One of the objects of A Hocker, ParkaTlllr, up yesterday cord that would be produced liT a lot of ol to my darling son during his iHne', and this association was lo celebrate the cenat katydids and In concert. Of morial quilt for the benefit of the Orphans' with hi loTely bride to visit friend I thorough course that put the baby to crying, and the Home, Louisville. It has caught $2,277. the kindly care with which they laid him tennial anniversary of the organization a Mt. Vernon. Mr. Hankla in the earth, and decorated, hi jesting of this church. Among the minister young buiine man, and the Toung lady serenadcrs imagining our discomfiture Hracken county paid $20G for a square. A llaptist council at Thornton, Ind , place. Our debt of. gratitude to you all present were Revs Caperton, Booth, Taychangid the air to "The Sweet ha no doubt chosen wlely and well. dear friend', can be paid only by Him who lor and Harvey Kemper, who is brother Oi'K Youxu ritlRXH, Jamea II. Hrown, Ilye " Itut it did not help matters, for in has deposed the Rev. Geo. W. Reber from alone hath power to relieve pain and to Iev. llurdett Kemper, who wag pastor of leave for his home In Lancaster to additiun to the Increased yells from the ba the ministry for heretical teachings as to soothe sorrow. May His richest blessings this church 30 or 40 years. Kev. Harvey enter into business with his fither. He ha by, wife broke into a paroxism of weeping Ihe liability of Christ to sin: as in the order rest upon you, and may flowers of Heaven Kemper is a resideul of Missouri, and this been a great favorite with everbody, and would not bo comforted till the last of justification and regeneration; as to restrew your pathway aa you have laid off- is bis first visit hero for 35 years.. He Is dally with the little girls, and his depar notes had died away. They tried generation being a change of relation, rath- erings upon his tomb, is the prayer of Mrs. about 80 scalding tears. "HoiuoSwcet Home," but the gentlemen er than nature; as to saotlfication beinc years old and a good speaker yet. ture will occasion sad and S. A. Good, and family. L. W. Hudson bought from Terr s Mr. H.J. Mclloberts succeeds to hi place imitating the got in the wrong possible to such a degree In this life that Judge Drown gave ua a representation dleton Jenkins his farm of 144 acrs at with Rrucc, Warren A Co. key, and then fesring the wrath to come, got the man no longer commits tin, urging of the embodied majesty of the law on Camp Dick Itobinson for 100 per acre. 'No We enjoyed that this doctrine to such an extent as to cause away a fastas Tuesday. J.R.Green has been in Casey LOCAL MATTEHS. serenade, we did, and shall remember It to division in the church; and aa lo his belief buying wheat. Mrs. G. R; Cooper (cousin improvements. This gives Mr. Hudson in the possibility of tho final apostacy of a The Haiivbtt is past, the summer is our dying day. about 800 acres of the best land south of "Maud") is letting the light of her counteended and fall ia upon us. the Kentucky river. Col. Hall Anderson once regenerate soul. Too "Fresh." For a week or two a pair nance beam behind the counter ofW. IT. The following advertisement acres Call and examine the Cne Jot of Par of youths named Lehman, whose father Is In last Saturday's IndianaKlia appeared Smith's. Harry Hocker will probably su sold hi s"rm of 250 La to$10Mr. Lawless, of New Orleans, papers and , at per acre. lor Furniture lust received at U. K. Wear-en'- In the wholesale Ilijuor business In Louispercede her with a diflerent style of beauty. occupied four Inches double column : The Col. purchased ibis farm about two ville, have been heie, and in the language Jones, telegraph operator and agent at years ago at $10 per acre. Dr. B. Ramsey TO TIIBl'EOl'LE! Several horse and mule have been stolen of the street, have been "putting on the laInllsnollt to mt jrou snjilo jou Moreland Station, died last Sunday. There bought the Denny farm, In the Paint Lick neighborhood. See offers dog" ipjlte extensively. They were regular Innii gwu. in iheMiddleburg is a probability that Will Hocker will be neighborhood, at $30 for about 280 acres, of rewards elsewhere. called to Ihe office. Miss Thtirman, of mashers, and iuisginlng that all the girls i am a rran.K'H man, and $15 .'or about 100. Squire Ferrell, I sui spAorinio, the, follower ofiioor Matter, is at Mrs. McCormick's. The were In love with them, they sailed in pro Louisville, wuo nan not "wners to Itjr ills bead." I IOHT. On Main street, near tho St. Paint Lick.told to Ben Lear 1C0 acrs of land preach tbs "giel to Hi poor." J representative pf the Faith Cure, is at Mr. Asaph Hotel, an old gold breastpin, with miscuously. Our town boys looked on and at $35, and 0G nt $30. He also sold a mare WIIA YOU OIVE ME A IIEAIUNO resolved to show these vouths how "fresh" Cecil's in prosecution of her mlsson. two carbuncles In it. Finder will ba reIf you will, eoius to uttoMDillinsollsr mule colt for $90, and a yearling mare Advices received from Cumberland they were. On Wednesday night last they ENGLISH'S Ol'EKA HOUSUI warded by leaving It at this olfice. mule for $130. Isaac Pearson and J. N. filed for tho fun, and about 10 o'clock a Nest Sundsr at NHj a. iu., S p. m , ami 8 st night. Falls intimate that visitors are still coming The Advance Max of Sell lirother walk was proKMed in the lovely moonlight. COME ONE! COMB AM, TO THE fEOl'LE'S in, and Mr. Owens will not be able to close Deuny bought of S. M. Neel, of Shelby, MEET1NU1 3 fine Jersey heifers at $100. Six Knormoua Shows is heie ostlng bills The Lehman were right in for it, and his establishment before the 15th of Sept. Ililoz Wires snd ChllJren. It Is jour meeting. Mrs. E. D. Potts has gone to Chicago to occur on while the crowd waa perambulating in the rformsncr for two grand Hia place is beginning to be known, and is UEO. O. IlAItNi:S, EVANGELIST. to reside permanently. She will be folFriday September 22. It will be the big- lower end of town, one of the Stanford hoys sure to have patronage. If Soc could be The attention of those who claim that lowed In a short time by her. son, George, gest circus ever In Stanford. suggested that he.new where there was a Rev. George O. Ilarne it doing more barm persuaded lo pass the fall there, snd deaud W. (3. Dunlap and family. Mis. N. patch, and if it waa than good arq respectfully called to this. vote himself to an entenslon of his iniprov Mr. H. C. Ruri.EY, perhaps tho best splendid II. Braihear, of Kentucky College, Pewee agreeable all around they would go down A gentleman from Manchester, Ky., tells ments, he would be able to ofTer Inducemerchant tailor Stanford has ever had, Valley, Is visiting Misses LlzzU Walker and hia splendid stock of fall and win- and appropriate a few. The Lehmana sec- ua that before Mr. Rimes held his two ment next summer which need not fear to Jennie Faulkner. Elljan R. Gallager left onded the motion with enthuslssm, and the week's fleeting there a year or more ago, compete with any place of resort East or He hasn't a cheap ter goods Wednesday for Orlanda, Flv MIm Lula Soc Owens to Ihe "patch" commenced. Arriv- the plajfo was a very immoral one and West. Later: I lesrn from Clay Begbie, favorably and extenttvelr in hi house. Ho does every job well march and guarantee satisfaction. For a splen- ing at a sort of a dark nook, nearly a mile there was no church building in Ihe town. that his house ia filling up again rapidly. known a an elocutionist, I tho guest of from town, the leader pretended that the The meeting worked a wonderful Improve Twenty-fiv- e arrivals last Sunday, a large did fit, go to Rupler her former schoolmate, Mrs. W. A. lllatt. place had been reached, and Ihe Louisville ment oh Ihe moral of the village and lot in from Memphis. Kahl for "the Falls." Miss Julia A. West, of Perryville, is visThieve broke into the dqot at Crab boys began feeling around for Ihe fruit. awakened K. It. Good, a clerk in the house ol W. it better class of people to a iting Mis Stella Markabury. Miss Laura and knocked the Orchaid, a few nights ago, Just then a volley was fired by a party in sense oi their duty. The consequence was II. Smith, died on, Monday after a short ill- Vaughl, of Mercer county, la Prof. Irvine's hinge of!" the safe but were still unable to ambush, and one of our boys fell, at the that two churches were begun, one of ness. Mr. G. wasH young man of exem- assistant in the male academy. MIsj Kate get inside and as far as MrtJ. L, Siavin, same lime yelling that he wai shot, and the which, tho Rapllst, is about ready for (led plary habits, am universally esteemed Mason has gone to theLnxinglon Fair. Mi's damage tho agent, could discover, no other others took to their heels. The Lohmana icalion, and the oilier, the Christian, near- On the same day Mrs. Lizzie McCormack Sallie Curry la vl.itlng in Versailles. Di. waa done ur property stolen. There are nearly frightened to death, and with their ly so, while both have large congregations closed a life of sorrow at the home of her W.S. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga., is visiting his suspicions but no arrests a yet. mother-in-labodies held as near to the ground as possi near this place. Mrs McC. lo begin with mother at this place. Mrs W. 11. Green-lea- f ,a wa a daughter of Geo. Thuruian, man Webb, who was sentenced to hie, struck out, making better time thin Tin has returned to St Louis STOCK AND CROP. LAND. , prominent lawyer of Springfied, Ky., a contho peullentlarT last week at Lebanon, the famous Ten llroeck ever did, up the back to town. All along the temporary of lien Hardin, John l'ope, C. A. Rsstln bought 20 ewes, at $2. JfT. made n desperate attempt tn break Jail and rallrusd track NEtV Henry Gerke sold to John Butt a yoke Wicklifle and others of that stalwart gene nearly succeeded. The Stamlunl says that line were stationed other boys, who tired a ! ration, aa famous in the legal and political this called the attention ol tho Grand Ju- they passed, and by the time llier reached of oxen for $100. James Crow sold Pate Euibry a two conflicts of the time a was John of Gaunt ry to the establishuivnt and it promptly town, one of them minus a shoe, their Of TIIK in the wars of F.nglind. She was a lady jick for $500. condemned It, though built last jear at a tongiiM hanging out a fool and a half, they year-li-- Col. V. J. CUtts bought of E. R Ciie of more than ordinary intellect, superior KENTUCKY were scarcely able to gel to their hotel. ASSOCIATION! costof $12,000. cultivation and fine conversational powers. They finally made it, and getting inside of naultjn nice young horse for $1U0, AT LEXINGTON, KY. It SKKim that we are doomed to new their room, locked and barred the door. -I- t. II. Crow sold lo O. P. Alford five Gifted with an eveu temper, a cheerful Kept. 11. WeJue.U.7, Monday, II, men on thit mail route, for no sooner had we Presently the other boya arrlved,butno per aged mules at $1S0 per head, one at $1(0 spirit and a ropial nature, she was justly (MPt. U. Thuradar. tout. 14. 1'fldav. bent, 15. gotten Warner to be a pretty fair sort of an BtlurJi t. riepl. lCita. IDrUCT'COKiCU UtJ. 111! sympapopular. Endowed with strong suasion could induce them to open the also sold 0. W. Alford one (h day st t u'clock ricet will coiamone agent, than here cornea another home, who, t'asVK lliwaks, bee. J. V. UoiiMsoK, Jr.,rr. thies and a generous heart, she was a valudoor, as they lenred that officer were on at $103. Wednesday, carried every hit of the on Mr- - J. It. Warren writes that ho has a able frleuil. Hut her life wt early their track. Their consternation was in Cincinnati mall by. We are willing to creased aa they heard whispered lemarka ear of corn with 1100 grains and aska who ! by s miction and reverses and losses give him a fair chsnee, however, and then that the man who fell when the firing can beat It If John Ilright replies that any even borne with Itoman fortitude. Hut the If he don't do belter woe be unto him. Etolsn, froia uiy ps ure, S uillw from Middle-Lurdeath of her chcerished boy, soon followed began, waa mortally wounded with fourteen body van anil not half try. s Hlnek Mule, wllti mrily Col. W. T. Knott, on the part of the bjr the traglo ending of her husband's life, uo. 13; hands lilf.li aid barcfoot-d- . A bridle. Klixri). It la reported that Sam Goocb, buck shot In hi side, and that another neighbor to um ol wm iioleu ud scrape in man' leg would have to be amputated on L. iVN.lt', It. compromised with Messrs. the fruitless struggle lo support and edu- kiu) ttddls Kirs tb from uiy who haa figured in several ugly 1 will auor rtwsrd lor bla returc uie J, M. KlIIIANUN. this county, Vaa shot aud killed by bar- account of it fearful wound. This brought R. 11. A fc. P. Woods, for the killing of cate her three little girls, left in penury, to 71 Ml tfeleiu, Ky broke ber spirit, and at length she sank bekeeper at ChltwooJ, Temi., a few day them to tho door In a terrible state of sggl their bloodsd cow, for $125. be Induced tu go John .McRoberU, S., sold to Wm neath her burden. Her sufferings, espeel since. It aeeuis that (looch, who waa tatlon, but they could not ! drunk, wanted more whisky, which wa re- down and gsie on the wounded. They took IIurton, hi lot of stock hogs, averaging. ally during the last few day of her illness, higher were excruciating; but just before her From ur luiture, ) tnllu from UM ".lelmrg, ou whereupon the e.arly morning train hope, and the last 150 lb, at 7fpent. Tills U fused him by the Wuud.jr unbl, Aufu-vi- i, 18SJ. s tturk Hrown - old, neatly blind, sad Gooch made an assault upon him which words they said to ua ware, "for God' sake I ban satuo beg were this time last seasou, death, these subsided, and she passed away Horse, a Ren. Spalding, of this county, took a peacefully as au infant sinking to slum Ihlu lu vtdtr Would luik olJ.r from rwut s waa repelled with a pistol shot. Gooch don't let the Louisville papers get bold of ruunlsc-wsl- t, 4iriur. He ces 1 In the wllb tiwd ttxWndsd. and gooa Its wlllnajr INIorulsdv waa always a quarrelsome fellow when this," We'll wager they hare learned a the premluuiat the Lexington Fair, Tues- ber. She was buried on Tuesday Wine, twelve old family cemetery between her htisband limy rooot-r- or (J for .Information ihst vlll Isad drunk and Li friends feared that hi end leaon that will be useful to them In tho day, uu a ca)f over six aud under to his and tiU for tin thief. months oIJ,,and on a bull tinder two years. and her son. Klt'HAKH A. UWOB. future. would be with hi boot ou. Lylle'a. Fa it. Camoom ..-M- Nr.r 3 s' 4- -- Brvjnrronx), icy. - J'. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! ..... . "" Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and "Woolnec, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 16 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Resijectfullv. ROUT.- S.- TVYTTR . ' To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at VervXow Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India sw . J. . - m PENNY & McALISTEK, and . CL Stock RXJPLY, Kentucky, vicinity that ho has reeelved many-colore- d Stanford, A Splendid Whhes to Inform bis I'stronaofBlsn'ontsnd of Fall and Winter firtt-cla- u Goods, Ilrlf-M- Which ho guarantees to make up in stylo. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no tale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. ly .i 1 first-clas- HHffM MSUM TlilsA'cw Mill, coiifniiil-ig (lie latent ami I'-i- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For mniiiifiicttiiiiij; meal and Hour, 1h now In full operation. Wc will kHihI Tor, cunloincrH, Tor tho prcNcnl, on Tuesday, TliurHriaj-- Friday ami .Saturday of each week, and oh Coitrl-Day- n and all other pultllc dayt. IVc Holicll a liberal Hharo of patronage and will endeavor to lrc entire Hatlsfactloii. Wed-ncrnlay, e. Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., ' sup-Kx- e eace-msk- Always on hand ami for wile. IIIrIichI ciihIi price paid for Corn, Wheat, Ac. Ordcnilcft at Mill promptly attended to. Gmria-Journa- co-e- ra B. K. -- TJiviE:K,T.K:E:rit9 - AND - WEAREN. of- MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full Line Ucfls, Bu- Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap I also reaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that can not he beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. it needed where thit implement (iano-Qriesl- pad bull-fro- g it ued; limply To sow grain in corn land or any ordinary land no preparation drive iitfo the field and go lo icork feeding. liyc-and- HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Class y ee Implements Combined in One. tier produced, An implement that it indispensable, in Mating the best and cheapest implement tvery crop cultivateil. bull-frog- s, - ,i& inlMi-SMIS The Albion Spring Tooth tiulkj lUrrowan J ErtJtr. to obtain a grain drill, uhteh can only be utilized in one crop, thit implement can be had, ichich u ill put tn all Lindt of ttnatl grain in the very best manner in than the best grain drill made. lest time and Kith lest labor For lest money than rcouired water-melo- n pat-tt-s- n l'oaltlou of Tett aud Isier while st work. Then by ditaching the Setder you hare the belt Harrow m the world, one that icill do viae jit one aoinn over the irround than an irdinary hairow will in a dozen, betidet doing the work faster and with more ate. I hi FlAlLlL RIAIOIEIS TuJj, ij II 'xaVaTOiVssI lATsaklfcXl 1 d three-year-ol- d bad-ow- $50 UEWAltl) Volition of TretU snd Lsisr walls not (u use. After jjtinting your trop, by removing thru tetlh you can thmwgUy pvlrtrite the toil, tufriW uiui destroy the ueedt in two rpifJ eoni i a time, a thing that no (Jher (vltiraUir will do. At first ituted, here it an implemcat that can be Wted in firry crop evltimted and one that if jr'annen, come and tee it, get u sam eelUd in none by any other implement; durable and simple pie and try it. Jf it doe not do what ue claim for it, we do not want your money. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, StaHtVil, Ky. e, U'. L. WITHERS, Agt., Lanauter, Ky. R II. WEAKEN Agt., UtoaJ, Jfy. UllEJiX A WILLIAMS, Aqtt., HwJonUle, Ay. Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I hare eultUxiltd my crop of corn thit uawn with At Albion Combined Oullimtor, furrow ami Seeder and can tay without hesitatwn that it it the 6M Can jJoui ten aeru of corn a Juy with' cdl cast. It doe tfc seen. harrow or eultivutor Aaw work perfectly, and can cheerfully recommend it to my farmer frundt, Tho. M, Jfvnlyvnery, I I rtr S.T7 XjDESKT tow grain uilh thit &eedtr no extra hand in by the driver without stopping or yiltiny off hit teat. 2t rfu iryl to ttun. it fivui filth at thit i uU r, mm: Hr AGENTS ARC MAKINQ MANNING'S $100 Pf R W" XLUN tUuuMiii.iiiw-4i-toistir'SiltliiaiJrr..Mtiyrwu.sM4jlu ILLUSTRATE .T I J. y, Wife V-- j , (.s. N .. I i - - . i, ' ep9 "r -v J and told Johnny to WW. to be rare Ilelkept laugh T fV . sa?xiri,oitr),.ar:,x. FriJky Monhg- tlmeihe was writing it, aad wo thought ho was the plcasantcst man in tho ig(tl to give it t How Ant Tali. mj fcSL W !i J i at K v t .0$ f September 1 1882 world. When wo got homo, Johnny said m wed better wait till after dinner to A Pleasant Svrpritt, over tho warts, then hidden, years givo father his pleasant surprise And My brother .Tohnny.gaja be would ago, as I had liecn told to do, and at first I was glad wo waited, for tho do for a first claw bumbltvlcc; be' thoy would go oil. Perhaps faith was roast beef was too brown and father m hot nil over as if ho had .forty lacking; nt all events, instead of gosaid: "Thoro never could bo a pieco stfcgs. Wo'vo been talking through ing oil thoy grew larger continually. (o comfort each other. of beef dono right in his house, and tho stoTO-ho- lo Grandmother said to mo after this, Mrs. White, my dear, if you could This h'olo is in the wall at tho tide of "Why don't you euro thoso warts ?" tea only havo a carving knifo that would my bed; to, if I put a chair on tho After asking how, she said: ''Why, cut I I believe your son uses the bed, and then climb up ntid stand on and forovcr." usl ns I did onco, with milkweed, if I can sco into Johnny's room carving knife for a jackknifo." tiptoe, Vainly ho plead;, sho was obdu- Ihoy aro seed warts. When you get Wo felt so sorry for poor father that and we can havo a good talk. rate So glaring an offenso could not bo your dishes washed nt night they will Wo're in trouble, and this is how it wo thought wo'd givo him his surprise be soaked up just right; then go out then, so he'd feel better. Johnny condoned. happened :. And so ho said ho would go. His and break off stalks nf milkweed, nnd One day last week our teacher read took out tho letter and gave it to him. Ho sits next to father and I sit next wholo lifo would bo embittered, for ho apply tho milk to each wart, being us a story about a good littlo girl who to Johnny. Father took tho letter felt that her imago could novcr bo ef- careful not to wash or soak it oil till had a sick father, and ho was going to morning. Do this a few times and and said : faced from his heart. starve to death 'cnuso he hadn't any "What's this sir?" will go," ho said, sadly, "but they will certainly disappear, though and every "I monoy to buy oranges, And Johnny said i "Head, it,. dear before I Icavo thoro is ono boon that I you may think not. Now you try it. "thing had gone, wrong inside. , Well, ' would ask. I feel that I am not un I did try her remedy faithfully, and tho good little girl heard that a dent pa, and sec." Then father read It and wrinkled reasonable in desiring and expecting sinco then I havo recommended it, ist wanted sorao teeth and would pay (t that you will Brant this ono little knowing a sure euro for seed warts, (C don't seer why ho his forehead all up, and we thought well fot them. for mino disappeared alter thrco or ho was going to burst into tears, lika final favor-- " should pay money for teeth whon he four applications only, and I never could havo his own for nothing.) Tho tho sick man did when tho good little "What is it?" sho asked gently, had any more. The only discomfort girl brought him the oranges. But littlo girl had fino teeth, so sho went touched by his emotion. roots ho didn t burst into tears. He throw arm was au intolerable itching nt the to tho dentist and asked him to take "Won't you plcoso tako your of tho warts for a fow moments after Cincinnati some out aud pay her tho money they the paper, across tho tablo and said : from around ray neck. Cor. Household. using tho milk. "What's this, Mrs. White? Have wore worth for her poor father, and ho Saturday Night. you been running mo into debt, after wouldn't take the teeth, liut ho gave Vie ctll jour attention lo tho ailrtrtl-e-meTho villain of tho latest London of Simmon- - Llrtr Kcfjiitilor, which her the money all the same, and went whal I told you this morning?""Pluck," is a bigamist, a appears In (lie This Un J- And mother said : "I'm sure I don't r of to ih to see her father and got a doctor for forger, a murderer, a railroad wrecker, nrJ remedy, the only genuine of which ia know what you mean, dear." Then him, so ho didn't dio. and an incendiary. It is through him manufaclumlbrJ.il. Zeilin A Co., ami . It was a beautiful story and made sho read tho Jettdr and called us that somo fine scenic displays are of which they are ihetole proprietor, tloen 'nocry. Johnny said it wasn't any naughty children, and "how daro you be with the mny given, notably a smash up on a rail not ilenerre to cliiueJ tiling to cry nfvj'iil; stories like that go nnd havo sound teeth pulled out "intent" nostrums no lilierally mlTcrll-et- l road in the mouth of n tunnel, Tbo throughout the country. It I one of the were for examples, nnd when we had without my consent?" stngo is fairly filled up with tho broken very best preparations In use, anil is rrcotn And fathor said that, "what wo a chance we must just go and do like cars, engines and baggage, suitably mended by the regular praclicloner of had dono was catamount t6 robbery, wise. ' . Well, this morning, when father going and getting him into debt of interspersed with smashed men aud medicine. It has a Urge, sale in (hi. city, This has been arranged by and can be found in all our ilrujr stores. A women. was putting on bis overcoat, Johnny our own accord, and you may go to be found in efrry tho villain to kill ofT tho good people bottle or package should and. I 'asked him for a penny. And your rooms and think about it till family, as its judicious ue is itnioit W0 in tho play. He escapes during the father, he said wo were always want your mother nnd I come." Highest Tunnel in tiik Would. confusion of the disaster, and geta sure to prevent a bilious attack if taken ing ) pennies, and he wasn't made of when the symtoma first show themselrrs We've been in our room over sinco, The Denver and South Park Rail around in time to coma up smiling for amLbc-tmoney, and (hen ho went out. father and mother said they road has just coraploted an extension n murder in the next act. Here ho f Sister Em began to cry, 'cause fath- were urider tho necessity of tt I'llL-Initnniann Annnttf Cjiwmi1nPl slays a banker and buries bira in his er said sho couldn't have anew dress Well, Johnny says a switch is the STANlOIty, KY. In the course of the work a tunnel own vault. Afterword, having asthis Easter. Every thing was going worst, but he doesn't know any thing had to bo niado throuch tho main sembled most of the innocent peoplo W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. wrong and he didn't know what would about a slipper. Any how, its over chain of tho Ilockies. It is the high in ono house, he sets firo to it, apd becomo of him, and ho was sick of for this time. fSt. Nicholas. Hlisorstt-!- -, SOiM. kU of 8n-r- r r, Inrluillng cillery. (TO. est railroad tunnel in the world, being tries to throw the hero in tho blaze. I every thing. lteoaooalit rates lo guul allractloDS. Audrr Thomas Kelly, of- - Philadelphia, 11,500 feet above sea level. Tho But tho hero bus muscle, and not only at sLore. Johnny nud.I didn't cry; wo only length is 1,700 feet, and tho approach llings tho villain iuto his own fire, but looked at each other. , thought he could writoa will so simply es on either sidjejOiojBaidUbomarvels pulls tho good folks out. SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL While wo were going to school, nnd clearly hat no lawyer's aid would bo necessary. After his death the fol of eiiKJQCcnBg;riM.tfcVtfriteeSku Johnny said this was our chance. Irnne- Now- we could do liko the good little lowing was bflered for probate: "I end the to unellMsTaTMr pTcurve," but Au Ohio woolen mill which was not ml'l ki'rtta idialelji so nicely were the calculations of tho' running to suit the ideas of certain j girl and bo a support to our parents. will that Margaret Kelly, my wife, so exactly were stockholders, who called a meeting ot engineer mado,-anRe- tf 4 ;.1IHI:W tMUI3XYttJ Dentists always wanted teeth, and suaii nave tins property anu bouse they carried outgj,wlTeH tho two nil on a certain day to sco what could lieies. we'd go to the dentist right away after wiiuo sno lives ana uo as sue wisnes with it." The widow finds, however, "bores" met in the interior of the be done. One stockholder said his kchool and havo it over, mountain thero was only about one mind wa3 firmly mado up to petition THjE GREAT NERVINE "And then," says Johnny, - "if that tho will is obscurity itself. The It l lliiw rifsvU iu jksfut luHftinniftloir inch variation. American engineer thoscourts to appoint a receiver, and ny otbr tifoM'rlj first questions arises as to what pro tt few m L? iciLft( th fttfve. wo'vo made five dollars for father per 54kiiitil diu ing has more than one famous tri the President aro30 and replied; rllr. It r. !. Actinia, 11 ft I fill Ion of llift 'haps he'll give us our penny, 'cause perty it refers it. Certainly not the jHerlr umph of this sort to boast of. Tho "Yes," tllat's ono way. Wo have 82&V liaatottiaUl , H Ilka vml rimn it'll bo such a pleasant surprise to Surrogates offico, as it would seem to hour tu (orlonc lh r lnAna1 ttfWl sides of the great Hoosac Tunnel, 000 in cash on hand, and are earning - him." most people reading the will there, but Mir mrv fr !ltt'Mifr.AKft. for MTItl4though thero were four "heads," one u profit of 82,000 per month. Ono 4urrli:i.lKllr Tltl.MI.NM. - IllCIUlt We couldn't hardly wait for school moro likely the place wherein the . ! t t lb It i" Ttcumni-ia all otrf ttb t PfH, to be out. I got a black mark iS , happened to be when ho wrote from each side, nnd two from JtKo way is to put d receiver in here and at C'lunUr IV. M. fto rriili Tim 4tl- lrrril AIIMU... 4t.illi-.tr7-I.WAlf.O rtt.tr ' 'iM C.HiVIMaDl"---v arithmetic, 'cause when Miss Stevens the will. Assuming that tho widow middle varied in all less than an tho end of six months have nothing ' irauiti Atk jour lruri '? asked roo if you had an apple, and if is permitted to prove what property inch. No such exact work has yet but n mill race "and an empty mill to show for our monoy, and the other MEN OF IIU.SIXr.SS AND IX'O.NOMISTS Samuel Smith ate it up, what had you her late husband had in his mind, the been dono in Europe. way is to divide up what we havo on SIIOl'Ln UCAIl left? I said, "Your teeth." next question arises, did tho testator A Broad street merchant's wife yes- hands and sell out to a now company. After, school we walked about till by "this property and house" mean 15 terday gavo him tho following letter, My idea is that if thero is any stealing we caina to a dentist's, and we went the house together with the personal with instructions that it should not bo A VrXMLT JOUXXAL OT TSADK, to be dono we'd better do it ourselves in and asked him if he wanted some property in it, or simply thehoueand riNANCK Ami toxour. opened until he got to his placo of busand from our own money." The teeth; and be said, "Why? Did we lot? Admitting that he intended iness: forced to tell you some"I am Wall I'UIIMSIIKI) I1Y THE IIUADUTIIKKT CO., want to lose somo ?" And wo told that she should have both realty and thing that know will trouble you, meeting decided to steal. 279, 331, 2S3 BaoADWAr, Nnr York. I Street News. him "yes."1 personalty, another most important but it is my duty to do so. iJvam de. Ttnni, t;.00;r Ytar iAdtanet, IttMlnj Wdjf, We thought ho would sit down and question arises as to whether ho intend- termined you shall know it, letllie ro- Attention, Suicides. The msnLi: copikh, tsx ckxtx all about it, just as the other ed she should havo only alifo estate or suit bo what ask us of persons contemplating suicide it may. I have known for dentist did with the good littlo girl, a fee simplo in tho realty. "While a week that this trial was coming, but is called to the exemplary behavior of sncCIUKX CO PI 1.1 WILL BK SXNT TXK LI sho lives" creates a lifo estate and "do kept it to myself until but ho only said : when Mr. Smith, of Maine, Mr. Smith, At a Aasnctsl anl romintrrUI nwtpr. the ofi'rac "Let's look at 'em." ' as she wishes with it" implies a power it has reached a crisis, and I cannot having had twenty five years of life, foretiiMt iurKM6 of UaibsTaKNT's Is lo I trsJa and tlral srmce lo ImiJoest mm. Iti i!vlil Then he made Johnny, climb up in to sell or otherwise dispose ofgives keep it any longer. You must not concluded that it was enough, and de- 1ml initial rejwtls; II" wttllr rpltoms of m! Canada ami tlis UollfJ fiUlo tho high chair and tip his head "back, her, in fact, completo control as own- censure mo too harshly, for you must cided to ahufllo off. Before doing so, Ibeiutuniarlra ofitMUADil lUlilllllcs ar ilooe worth the lubirrlptlon prlrn The lynoixas of commute and then he said ', "You waut these er in fee. reap tho benefits as well ss myself, however, he settled all his affairs, rtreul ftuturf. As cammerclal in tiralm(lr valuable IransarUuit.. Id the wider aense.are romlng lo be luore an4 mors two out that crowd therest1?" Then Quite a sensation was created at a I do hope it wont crush you. The wrotd letters of farewell to his friends, romluctrtlonaitatlitleal Imlf, I lie Inforautlun coulaluml In lUAUSTkcrr'sliof the first luiort-an- t he put an iron thing in Johnny's circus at Marquette, Mich., last week. flour is all out. Please send mo sorao arranged for his funeral and appointliolh to .rolurer ami inluMls-iutmouth and pulled out one tooth and Such thoughtfulness TIIK TSAI1K AHO AOaU'ULTUBAL MTClTIO In the act where a circus rider, dis this afternoon. I thought that by ed TiiaocauouT tiik ukitkii statu amu Canitheo ho pulled another. And then he guised as a drunken tramp, falls into this method you would not forget it.'' as this saves much trouble to tho sur ada IS KKrOSTKD UT TKLKUHilMI TO SBADSTSKKT'S IT TO TIIK IIOCK Or said Johnny was a bravo boy 'cause the ring and wants to ride a horse, the The husband telephoned forthwith for vivors, aud is ai) examplo to be comS holloa. he didn't ludiauapolis Journal. ringmaster. throw tho drunkard out, a barrel of the best Hour in the market mended. J5AHT i I asked Johnny if it hurt 'and ho to be sent to his homo instanter. CiO WEMT I and with much seeming indignation, GO NOKTIll Attempts to boycott the products said, "Not much, and don't you disasked why there wero no policemen grace tho family, Kitty. White, by A young man who was walkingin the of Chinese workmanship in Sou Fran VIA LOUISVILLE around to keep order. A gerraan poAKO TIIK howling." suburbs of New Orleans last Monday cisconre not entirely successful. While v liceman, who was standing by, and afternoon when a thunder storm sud- Chinese cheap labor is vigorously de- OHIO "Now, my little lady,", said the & MISSISSIPPI R. W. who knew the man belonged to the dentist, "get into the chair and I'll denly came up, stepped into a negro's nounced, practical experience shows circus, felt indignant at having tho be, as gentle as I can." So bo helped cabin by tho roadside, and sitting down, that when it comes to the actual pay 3 3 DAILY TRAINS polico abused; so ho took the alleged took a New Testament from bis pock ruent of coin, the wares that cost least moup and tipped back my head and drunken man, and notwithstanding to Cincinnati! looked. et aud began to read. A moment uf of tho same quality are the ones pur Louisville the circus people tried to explain the THE EAST ANI KOllTit. jLr- - "Yuur teeth are crowded just like circumstances, he was hustled off to terward he was struck dead by light-uiii- chased. When Ohineeo niado shoes 'N New Atlant acci'Uiits tho body had itre placed beside others that whito Krea Parlor Cars andChangs, Dijr Coaches Wiihoul your brother's" says ho, ."audthtn the lock up, aud tho act was left out. have manufactured, and are he begins to pull.' not been identified, and the caso is workmen 4 DAILY TRAINS Alter tho show tho proprietor went to i My, how it hurt V Aud didn I likely to bo remembered as that of the sold fifty cents a pair cheaper, tlmy thejaiband got tho performer out, Jjoiii.s TiOuiMVillu to make a uo'uej VI 'thought my head young man who was struck by light- are nearly always preferred. and abused tho policeman a little for AND TIIK WKST. was sconiingou. uui it was over in ning while reading the Hible. He cerThe policeman being so officious. The sly eld granuer uoir buys his rlecptng Caisaitd Dsy Cosines lofil Liiull With a minute, and the dentist told Johnny tainly could not have been in a better said: "Veil, a choko is u choke, but out tnaDje. afmind for encountering sud harvesting machinery on triul, aud not to laugh at me, 'cause my teetli framoof ven a mail zay vero is no bolice, and 2 2 DAILY TRAINS ter cutting his crop concluded that it citiuu imrucr man inn iiiu. r yy don'd dey arrest dat drunk man, den death. His fitco was untcarred don't suit nnd leaven it on tho agent's Loulsilllo (o Inillniiapolls, Clilcago, When pur teeth were out', we and as peaceful as if ho hud drop den do Marquette bolice is iu dot vi hands to do the best he can with his AND TIIK NORTH, thought tho deii'tUl would pay us. Ho ped asleep over his book. cinidy, und don'd you forgot id, Mr. second-bunniachiue, There are a Day Coaches sad ltwllnloit Chair Cars Throwgb us whose .littlo boy and girl wo asked Without Oil line. Circus, I bed you." Says tho Philadelphia Xorlh. Ameri- good many of dillereut manufacture were and where wo lived and iqid this Wiikliliiatloii, HnlllinorH, l'lillndi-l- . for plilit, Now can: "Andrew Harston died at Eas nnd wtw pleasant weather for littlo folks. lurk anil lloaluu, "It is a great mistake," says a fore ton, Pa., aged ninoty years, Friday.' ia tho country, to nnd it will tako try thoin all nnd This Is tbe Very licat lloule, as You liars) No him several years "After a while hp sod : "It's 81." man, that a boy can be educated in a Change of Trslu. Ho had never seen a city, nor a steam decido which ono to take. Wo thought ho bad 8 1 for us and printing-officHe should ba oduca-cate- d ' a t boat, uor ridden in a railroad car; yet liar Tliroagu Day Coaches oa All Trains I held out our bauds, Jmt ho would not '.before- - ho learns to set type. Dlackwoll, the Durham tobacco 13 ho left the matter of 8350,000." Just Haro No Midnight Cbangea t givo us any thing. lustead of that Tho business is overrun with incompeso. If ho bad ridden in a Pullman man, bogan by peddling the weed Arrive at lit, IauIs t Hours la AJcaata of lie said: "Haven't you got any tent persona, who are a constant Other lines, thereby ami ring luors lime lur car with an enterprising porter he'd from tho tail ot it wagou. Now he money ?" source of (rouble, am who might havo uaklucthsngeofrars and getting (rst i holes havo headed for tho when pays tho government $000,000 anuu of seats In tars of conuecllng linos. Then Johnny explained to him that doue well in somo other calling. A His yearly ally for rovenuo tlaruns. ho escaped from tho traiu. wo thought he would pay us for our boy, to become a good compositor, The rum 9Jl To Indlsnsiolls and Clilugo, aii the only advertising costs 8120,000. Within 1,000 years we aro told tho teeth, so that wo coufd help our poor should havo a taste for reading, and lluoglrlngltspstroiisa rid along ho sprinkles over tho tobacco is pur the shores ol Lake MUlilgau, should be uaturally a good sjieller, bo- - fuel supply of the world will bo ex- chased iu 100 barrel lots. father. laugh and said sides having a good mechanical turn.' hausted, but you'll probably, long ero The iJewtiati&Hr-VH't- o For Tickets, ltales, Time, Maps, Ar apply to &$''. but he would The; boys who educate themselves in that time, bo where there's plenty of Thero ore 10,000 dentists iu this Ticket Aajcula ur I'oiinrclliigiMiica, or he didn't py addrvaa K. N. MHUH N. Southern raaatger Agt.. Hmh would inaico it ai. pnuiug-uiiiue- s aro mu icicui ion it and no danger of its giving out, so country, und yet mothers will pull tho Kiro tua ti. U Cur. 4th aud Malu bis., ky. let the folks who'll be left out in the teeth of their infants with n string W. W.PKAIIODY. ' W. It, bSATTUC, whq would plcbup an education any rifkt. Ucu. Supt., lleu.Paai'.Agl., cold do tho fretting. tied to a door latch. lloctnuall. Bo m wrote HWWWi'WKH, wkwe." . f- r "Two anU."-By- Baclwer, ".whw they aro talking looker, stand wiih their heads opposito to each other, working their sensitive feelers in tho liveliest manner, and tapping each others head. Numerous examinations prove that ttiny arc ablo In this way to make mutual communications and oven on certain definito subjects. "I havo often," says tho English naturalist, Jesse, "placed a small green caterpillar in tho neighborhood of an nnt's nest. It is immediately seized by an ant, which calls in tho assistance of a friond after ineffectual ef forts to drag tho caterpillar into the nest. It can be easily seen that the littlo creature's hold a conversation by means of their feelers, and this being ended they repair together to tho cat erpillar in order to draw it into tho nest by their united strength. Further, I have observed tho meeting of ants on their way to nnd from their nests. They stop, touch each other with their feelers, and appear to hold a conversation, which I havo good reason to suppose, refers to the best ground for food. Hague writes a letter to Darwin that ho one day killed with his fingers n number of ants who camo every day from a hole in tho wall to some plants standing on tho chimney-piece- . Ho had tried the effect of brushing them away, but it Was no use, and the consequence of the slaughter was tho ants who were on their way immediately turned back and tried to persuade their com pan Ions, who wcro not yet aware of their dancer, to turn back also. A short conversation ensued between the ants, which, however, did not result in an immediate return, for those who had just left tho nest convinced themselves of the truth of tho report. -- Tai$ It Awaf, tiever'toldMiU love; their acquaintance liadl been a very short one, oiid when suddenly ho had placed her arm about his neck and imprinted n kiss upon her rosebud mouth, sho was naturally startled. "Sir," sho said, "this is insuflera bio." "Forglvo mo."- - ho cried, "I was mad to act thm. I beseech you, par don met" "No, I can never forgive you, nov-cYou have forfeited my friendship. Yoti must Icavo mo nt once A Cure for, Wartt, . , rlljjji.t(l for a cure for warts in somo paper, and think it was In this. Thoy aro very troublesome, as-- know, and I often laugh at myself when I think of tho time a pieco of meat was stolen from tho pork barrel, riihlicd I read a request Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific CONDENSKD TIMB. Railway. TiiiivEiaa o?i.i33iXiiaai tntAWt Alii I., 1M1. OINCINHATt ROUTI1HI1N DIVISION. STATIONS l.te. Ctnrlnniil 4 JlAII.UOAl LINK. T1IA1NH IIOIN'I NOKTH. MAtrii I, lafa. Ki. Kf. riun. . ' liar Hi. A.M. 5 Arm P.M. A 30 R 14 P.M. r. " llMirflnn..... " Islington. " NIcholMtUte Jllfh lllJo 11 .... II ? IISS rirt 1 ' Arr. Lliiltananxa '' ' Jilncllon JUy. .. Hommet ... llnl llurniMe . ItMkwoul Sprint, Cllf .... lanfllls..., ID 15 arlOl SOU il I1M y In lit) lo at IJ47 12 ST 1110 a 40 II Si J 41 I.T. Hllhmnn.l " Unrs.ler " I.ltlrniln..... Crab urrlisM. ' lunilllsJunellon-- ,, " Mllcktllsburt .... Arr. 11 anon Junction. " Cincinnati Junction.... ' ' rllarl.nl.,. Hhly ,.... ... .. , a DO CO 7 10 111 10 11 am " " " B0 II II " lUnnn.......... New linen . ' M M M 00 .... I0K A.M. .! IF 7tO 140 'a.m. lad lrM P.M. IV(Kl 110 114 6 40 SSO P.M " Ialiillle. 10 47 3 10 pm " ' " 115 " TI1A1NA (KlINd HOUTH. (its. i:tniinivirA.. ...... ..,.. " cprln Clijr........... Ikwaviol. ' Point llutml.la.......... 7 01 " " " Kiiin-rw- l 11 Arr. Lf. 11 " " Arr. Lts. " Tuacalooas " lllinilnibam " Allalla Atr. Chaltanooga., Junction Cllr- -. Dsntllls High llrltlpi. an . NlcholaatlUs. 4 0.1 lTlng1un. 7t U ... llrargetovn..., 430 73t J0U 103A Cincinnati ALAn.lMA (IIICAT MIUTIIKHN. I Chattanoftfa. Allalla ...... lllrmln(hsm. TuKal.nna ... Mrrhllan. MrrlJIan.... ...... ;.. .. .. i .. SID ar 7 49 1149 IM "X'.'ii. 3 31 It SHO HI S4I0 e SIS 10 111 IM r)ianrrl,... OS OshOrcharJ. IM Arr. l.l?lntU)n ... 11 730 I.te. I.ts. mash irisn. Iiolnllle. M 3 IM 4 10 I M THuri-ryjac- no pm im OS III S44 4 11 l.Te, Arr. Klthmoml. ... .. UP " " " To Metsi'lils, Mills I'.oci, MoMIs, Monljoniety, and New Orlcana. CmlfT'nla tnTriai hssallielrcholrexif Iworoulrs: A.M sla McnipMaur tla Nsw Orleans. Tine Much qalcktraml ratra lower than by any other VW mule. Itla aleotht I1M 3 13 I0V0 s:40 7 IM 43 PULLMAN FALAOE OARS SU QDI0KE8T, 0nEAP8T AND BEST -- mclo-dram- a, )' VIGKSHUmi AND MHniDIAN. Lrs. Meridian.. ' IVireit U llraulen. .. Jatkaun Arr, VlrtslMitjt. I.?m points In Mlnaoitil, Kamal, llllnoli, 130 lleute lo alllows, Ncbraals, Culortilo, Arkamaa. Inillsns, 7 Oily one chants to ('hliacn, HI lxiula an.l Kail. nil for further Information about tickets to the Mouth. Ksnaas, tvlorait), an I emigrant rates lo CIO I'lollils, SMrret V. V. AIMS Hi:, (len. Paas. ant Tlckst All., ltulitllle, Xy. OrK. J Anthony, Alt. Blanloril. Ky. 10 SO ,1150 ! ! JM i 4 50 I IH 141 4 T Br fa L H. B. MOST DRSIKAUI.K UOUTK . VIklirf.. " Jaaliann " lf '"'i Arr. Xcrl.llan..... nrsDjdmrr I.... AND ICO 11041 illM I -- TIIK T- O- I 4 VICKSHl'ltQ, WIIUEVEIXIliT Lie. Vlckiburx .... i. ' Delta... . Art. Monroe .. .. Lts. Monroe Arr. pacikio. I .l j . 111! ... CINCINNATI:! And ileeMeJIy the Popular lloule, arTorJIcr, as II dix-a- , less chances and SU rlor scruinmoOallons la ... ;.... IllM j am j Tbe North, Neithweal an.1 Weal. In fad, If yon ' rontemplataa trip In any dlrrtllon, your inlcieal JOHN 800TT. V. T. an.l 0n. Man On. 8m, will l Lett screed by poreha.lni your tickets Tla P.'r. llnrlnnall. Uhto: K. P. WIIXIN, O. V. an,l K C. and Cincinnati. 1 Trails each way j Pull-na- n (In. km. K'r, O : II. OOM, Palace an: l;licanl New Coaches, and M IIIIAN U' .!.... ...........11 I A A ,1 nnelnnall. ..rp.a, T.m- - handaomely rurniaheii ltecllnlRK Iay t.halr Cars form i...j..va. ..&.W. . run J. IIAItllY. (I IV A V. A M. Il'y, Vitkiturr. tbe uncUalrd e.ulLmenli of this (lid llellabU, Ml JOK F MKIl'IUK II. P A. v., n. a thereby making a trip oeer this line one ot InsuR', Munroe. Iji, rious comfort and pleasure. Try II. Vkklur. Delta .... ill 30 : 730 Mlnonrl, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, I 300 .. THE NEW ROUTE EAST, -- VIA- TIMK TABLK, IN KKKCOf MAY 14, 1117. n H. Lts. Cnrinclen Arr lsinaton. Ms. fjetlnston . Arr. Wlnrhealer MLMerllne: Asbland Nciani. I.ee. Iluntlnclou.. rvorr" . . "JSO.I. yrr 4tiiu OPERA HOUSEKl-i fiir-clt- WASHINGTON! TIIK ONLY LINK ItUXMNd " l'alnath " Cynthlans " l'srla. .. 10 11 llliu to I Oil am II lUra IliplK iiosm a iu p in a M p w 7 SO jera a in ft Ma m M p m II p ml 7 00 p m 7 p ru HIpH pw 4 IrO a lo pm 7 tt lluntlnften.. lOapra 7 p rr II 31 a m 1 10 a nil, Nik a. No. ft. No.1. SOLID TRAINS, WITH Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TiinouoiiTiir-- - wmm Lie. lcilnKten.- . in ,,,-., " Parts. iu t. " Cynthlans. IOIUI " f'alnwulh I IS i SI 10 M s tu (Nasi Air. lairlndoD llp II 41s pi 10am MAYtVIM.f. DIVISION No-llArr. lari. H7 iMpw Uilniton M K It " Marseille Uam lslncioa3aiia No. Ik - Paris Isoara, Msjaitn I loam No. II " MstsellleltWpm Pan 3, Ui. 7 pea " Aihland .. Ml. Merllm " tVlnebeiter Arr lilnKtun ileum llwiin II II 30 a iu I 3aa iu t a- ra 70 p in II a 7 Ui a 7M a J aa . ru S 3ft s Ma 4a Inan in ru m m. . . . ,... .. -. . Grandest Scenery in America! Cuuorctlnf illrrct In Pens. Itt for - TralniNo I audi lun dslly, sll slbets dally eicepttunday. lUlrs lo Kiulcranla. IVr tickets, rsles and InLirmatlon to thus rounecilons. Ac , rail on or sldres M T HWlrT.Act., CI1A8. Baltimore,PMladelphia&N. The Only Direct Line lo Y. !. 1IIUIWN, CI J D. PAT A. KI.L1HON. (len'l Msaaxar. llnjlon. irau-diM- !!" Virginia and Hie CitroIlnnK. Tickets ar on rale at ami at tbeticneral Office at 3 10 ! Mull, i. m ' hlrrrl, Lou Iks II Ir. rflhe (' flncll A Ticket Olftera, O. luilway, For furlher Information, a.M-rJ. C. 11U.SST, (Imcral tjeulhacitem Ajcnt, Loulullle. , V. OeL'l Macajer, NMIT1I, It. w. itn.i.r.H. Ilsn'l 1'au'r Ag'l. BHuvtW .HrnL BADSTKEET'N: K STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DKPOTST.STANIOKD, KV., SIXTKKX-I-AII- CROOKS VEBMIfUGE. This Preparation Is purely rerrtaMe and free from all ileleu-rloti- a or tlanceroua auhataucea, and It Is absolutely rerriilii lubrlrutall kinds of worms from the human syatem It I not uauaeeilof to the moat delicate stnniecji end chlldreu arlll take It as readily as they will im4aae, which ahould recowmeiid It to every houeekerper.apply It With aafcty, and sparkltus- eyee. happy faces, and Joyous arlrus will unrtilieclouelr eapreaa II la Hie aHlar the cratnuda or ibe little ones aeer-tiAll Je, that Is pleasant In take ut up In ials, and stddky dealers at Iweuty-hvcents. Trv a buttle Manufactured by C. I'lllMHf.'J- - CO. B.H.WIKE, fflHaRV VIBBBBr iiKALxam 1 Monuments. Warble lleaJitonea. Tahleli, Ac. Work J aatli-facti- ol all kinds " jKiv A orallf e circu-le- j fxm lBBBaT-SV- s aI!KvJjBaV TSBBBl wm -. m. cl 1682. inatra'ornUii. 4- suar. anleej. l(nsanjrall l- anil Offlr. yon Main nfreec, J.eulevllle, Ky. by PajiXT A McAtlsTKii. tVIL'HCII Vat sale In HlankirJ on i'!lca-llo- n lliniCTOUI. T. , Hius, pall-bearer- no 8ervIiesererT Hundsr mornlns and uleht. Prayer JMeetllir.Thuilay nliihla. Hundaj ttchuol at 00 A. M, J. 8. fUuii, HuptrlntendenU Ths Semi-Woekl- y WoUlan'a uerU here on Interior Journal nuuday inMlealoliar? Kucletr o'clock. Mis. thai 1st racn month, al 3 T. T, uaeiesa, rreaident. Ami tho Iiulatllls fur. J. M. Ilauca, Pastor, rertlces BA1TIHT. and Fourth Hundars. uiornlnK and seery ueanrsoay alter- uiani. iiarrr uuou. ouuubt ocuooi aa S.AU A.M. it. K. ttarrow One year lor 8:!.!0-- to for Utile mors Haperlulendeul. llian lbs ilca of one. (IIUliTIAN. Worship by the conrcitl"U er- r cry Iir. J. W. Uii Ur Psylng us IWO jrou will recclfe fur one year oo hirst lArrd'a uar. Prsacblua-band Third Lord's dsrs. bundar Courier-Journa- l, yourlioioe with the the at I 15. Jos, KsTersocc, huperintendent. Kchool rriirr-eutatl- T newspaper of Ihs Koulh. ami the Wit, .rljjhtralanl ablest lauilly Weekly lo lbs rjllWUtTKKIAN. BHUTH -l- ies, I. H. Mr PI. United Matea. TIiom who ilealre to eismlnea ror. mator HuuJar rJrhoolatn 10. Jiila w. sa pla copy ot tbe Courier-Journcsn ito so at Kout,Huperlntmdenl. Union Prayer JJeellufon thlaoffire. Wednaadsy Olsbts. GRASD G0X8IITATI0H. IE32. MS ll()I)ldTM)UTII.-ltL- J. N. Weekly Courier - Journal r'l" sr 1 LANDRETHSPED1GREESEEDS SEEDS SEEDS Grown Itr Iluudaouio ' V St. ForthO M Eft CHANT on Que NooPInn For tho MARKET GARDENER For tho PRIVATE on our own Forms FAMILY hy tdruiHifitAV IT VEAn3 SEEDS mirnttna SEEDS Illustrated I'nUluiiuo und Uurnl llrvialrr I'll CI! TO H1LMI UH VOt'lt IIUH1MMS CAIIIIS FOU TltADH LIST. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA d m ts T...i I a e - It poor-hous- u !,,.. ...,impurity Numberlsas tcslimouuis iur u(wn uiiu lur tncir wou. healthy. and rvidsraii. " nj ,t,ngtUcrUni elTls from surtsrsrs wnnhae been bcnsHlsd by : ... w weuednotS4yiuAi.iucA;iM.-vo.iunr ua .. ii ,i i,.j blood, ,, and tins w "' " ..i,.e. ..,. ,, ... IS niy r "J which attained, but,..., ." tn "Sfr.i '!' ,d,iu. 7. " : liDlO iuy r'bNV,TJLr"oU iwr'v.-- i 'lhcvclaftnliicnurKisinuuir t.lq.u, ... all th,M afflictions, Jh.y at the urc. of " il ion, on KU ,.r n'r-n.-c The three etianUc evils of cleill"-- ! man .,.&:rofula.Cliroiilc Itltcuma.. auaiirotarii. I arsruiiL -I- Afo&J all these, br.ngs CH, A.. MoS ,i,irure '.,--;- oadradaoii and LrudlcaleS ,a,Llv -- - LAnrtd ,.j. halwceotheae m V fL -- $ -- ociiu-. M C .n.ritBiu met , -- re.lnvli-oralc- a ibe constitution ty m.VlnEltpur..andc unfaiimgana itmovi-a . . .rullllli; w " amr, lUffurHwullltlatsI, uiu -- iis:r auu .. .... ... M- . vi . ; s . - . anTe. . w--. .. Hvliltlllbl U 0 YG i.n.al and lllaft ntva VC - w. r taj Jet-te- V Htitiiroitl ly I'oimy at DruAllatui-, IPov Hulu In 1. i 1.. V Wpk . V M