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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 5, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882090501_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 5, 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. c Semi - Itaeftli VOLUME t ln ntefio 5, 1882. lonfnak NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER X.-NU- MBEII 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER it f rf A Conterratirc. "Stonewall" Jachon, A A conservative? Well ho is n nico Tho day after tho first battlo at follow. When sovcral of them are Manassas, and Ik; for o tho nowg of tho IP. . VI ALTON, . . . Editor and Proprietor bunched together liko a lot of wilted victory had reached Lexington, VirT. r. WALTON, Business Manager asparagus they mako an excellent ginia, in authentic form, rumors preDavid Davis. In Egppl, Turkey ceding any accurnto account of that I'uUllxlieil Titmttiiu unit J'rlitnv, and other countries in that locality event had gathered a crowd at the they aro called eunuchs, A conserve postoffice, awaiting with intenso interest tho opening of tho mail. In its ativo is a man from whom nino-tcnt- hs of all his ambition, cntcrpriso and distribution tho first letter was handod flosm Enoujh For All. usefulness havo oozed out. IIo is a to tho Kov. Dr. White. It was from Don't trowj or puih on (ht march of We, Or tread onraeh olber'a ton, nico old fellow, who prefers visiting General "Stonowall" Jackson. Vat lha worM it beat In lit (real unreal. tho sugar camps about tho timo they are handwriting, II lianl (iHuih It Roei. sugaring off, and who disliko oxcrcise tho Doctor exclaimed to thoso around Oh, why ilieull Ilia atrenfepprrMlhe weak Tilt th Utlrrtrto lh walir of any kind. IIo is a magnificent him, "Now we shall know nil tho On thia earth of mil, wild He tliorni as.1 flew spcctaclo of what has been in the facts." Tho following wcro tho con" la mom enough for til. There past, and who hopes to draw profit tents of tho letter : If a Urging l.roltier falla behind My Di:ah Pastoii In my tent last from somo person or party on account A d.I drop, from tbt tolling bend If fmr and ilouM tti hli muI to rewl, of his willingness to hold back at all night, after afatigingday'a sorvico I reThen lend him helping lml. times and under alt circumstances. In membered that I had failed to send you (liter up hit heart with werda of he). my contribution to the colored Sunday-schootho timo of Christ ho followed tho with gall) Nor aain Ilia Inclosed you will find my In Ihe great highway, on Iho Imileet day, Savior afar oh", and camo scooping check for that object, which plcaso Thtte la room enough fr nil. around tlio pans and kettles after tho nckuowlcdgo at your earliest conveIf 1 man with thelrcedofa pioneer procession had moved on. If tho nience, nnd obligo yours faithfully, 8lr outon jour Iraek ahead, Thomas J. Jackson. IWl grudge hla aUrt wllh mi rntloua heart, world wcro mndo up of conservatives lir the iul(hllrat onee were led. Thero was not a word about a contho only advancement (hat would be Hut gird jour lelna lor the toinlug day alUl nothing ;our haart appall tnnilo would bo to tho rear. A con. flict which shocked tho nation; no falili up II yeu eon with the forward man, lusion to tho great part ho played in scrvativois a man who has fallen out There la room enough for all. no rcfcrcnco to himself savo that it of tho procession and is waiting for And H, by doing your duty wc4l, " Von thould rl to lead the fan, death to como along and scoop him in; had "been a fatiguing day's service. Brand not your name with a deed of iliame, Yet that was tho day mcmornblo in but death generally lets him live n Hut ronie out en lioneal man. when ho received tho uamo on eitrr atde, Keep a bright great while becauco ho is no particu- history, "Stonowall," which has supplanted Till, heeling the Maatcr'e rail, lar harm in tho world, and therefore Vour aoul elioul I go, from Iho world Mow, him. Ho thought might as well stay hero as to go to that'his parents gave Where thtre'a room enough tor all. of his contribution to tho colored Sun somo other placo whero ho amounts The Createst of All Shows it Coming that night in his tcntnftcr who havo hnd to nothing. A conservative is always Tlio Hells Hrolhcrs, tho great battlo and sent his pastor a is1 not a believer tlio good fortuno to bo tlio tint on tlio hanging back. He check for it. Lake Front this season, nro to Ira iu progress and would prefer ridiug in ltov. Dr. I logo, of Richmond, Va. s in presenting a show NoaHV ark to traveling in a congrnttilatcal in his oration delivered at the inauguwith tlio announce .oeean steamer. Liko an old frog ration ol tho statue Qf "Stonowall" that corrce-jtonilpoud, ho becomes full of sticks, nicniH. inoytioni ucguiio mo peo-pl- o water bulls, bad smells and. Jackson, presented to Virginia by En with pretentious advertiecuienU of glish gentlemen, and erected in tho wonders tlint havo never materialized, malaria. An array of 10,000 concapito! square, said of tho great soland they really prodtico what tlioy servatives would devour an enormous dier, "aud tho man who filled two claim. This is. almost too much to quantity of pork and beans if it could hemispheres with the story of his gay of a circus, and it will hardly ho not get pie, and would remain in fame, was never so happy as when he credited, hut n candid examination of camp so long as tho neighbors brought was telling! tho colored children of his Fomcroy's thU nienngerio and ring brings tho in tho pork, and leans. Sabbath-schootho story of tho cross." l reporter to tho oonfion (treat West. truthloving A Stroke of Business. The Streets of Venict. that sobriety of statement is mighty, A young, German wiuo merchant, Many persons aro under n grqat and is prevailing over nil of Harmim'H Chicago Kvcning Jour- misapprehension as to tho means of unable to disposo of his goods, was adjectives. transit or locomotion iu Venice. It is sitting disconsolately reading tho news 17, 1881. nal, May n mistake to supposo that there aro no papers, when ho noticed that a conFor many oxcollcnt reasons, for his furnished by itself, wo nro streets, nnd that it is absolutely neces- vivial old baron, famous from place to place by gon- fondness for Khiuc wine, was dead. pleated to announce tho speedy com- sary to go ' Seizing ono of his letter - heads, the ing of Sells Brothers' Six Knormout dola. It is true that thrco bridges Every tho Kialto bridge oi tho iniddto nges, young man penned a noto thanking Hailroad Shows, now united. Miiblo assuranco is given that it is, and two modern iron bridges span tho baron for his kind order ot a few what iu titlo suggests, tho grandest tho Grand Canal which divides tho days before, said tho wino would bo wealthiest amusement organiza- city iu equal halves; it is truo that tho forwarded at onco nnd enclosed his bill. and tion on earth, canopying all wonder- city is built upoli 117 islands, inter- Tho message nnd wine were received by tho heirs who, overjoyed at falling land with its half million yards of sected by ICO small cauals and into a good property, paid tho mer But oven passages; but almost every one of the electric lighted canvas. wine, moro 'conclusive ovidenco thnn tho water streets havo a quay or footpath chant's bill, promptly drank tho weighty indorsement of tho press and bordering it, white 400 bridges unite and gave tho dealer whom tho baron tho potent voico of public approval is island to island, so that it is quito seemed to havo favored, au extensive or- $nlmor$oimmI INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and Woolnes, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, EOBT. S. LYTLE. The New Garfield Bani Note. five-dolla- r To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for i .i well-know- 'H l. i, look-o- day-scho- first-clas- s s, bill is a beauty. Tho now STixroRD 8T11KE- TTo tho left of tho center is a most of LANCASTER, engraving handsomo and KENTUCKY tlio lato President Garfield. It is tho first National currency noto bearing JOHN T. IIIIX1INS, l'KOl'METOK. tho head of a statesman over issued. To tho right of tho center tho namo A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL of tho bank finds place. Tho seal In tittj (articular, The patronage c u,e puuie has been changed, but still remains aollclleil, ami aallitactlon guirinteol. geometrical. Upon tho border of tho faco of tho note tho charier number of THE NEW ROUTE EAST, tho bauk under tho reorganization is to bo found six times, and this is tho only chango to be noted on tho faco ot tho now 810, 820, 850, 8100, 8fi00, 81,000 notes. Tho backs of all tho notes are of n dolicato chocolato a now color, Till: ONLY LINE ItUNMNO which is experimental for the present. old scries have Tho vignettes of tho been discarded, and in their stead is . WITH tho charter number of tho bank as reorganized. Tlio notes wcro designed Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! by Mr. George W. Cosilear, of tho From LOUISVILLE Treasury department. w a Tho investigation in regard to the To WASHINGTON, impurities of brandy and beer has -- THROUGH TIIE- It is said, been extended to tobacco. on good authority, that in tlio com- Granilest Scenery in America I position of tho 820,000,000 cigars and Connecting direct In Tenn, Det for 229,800,000 cigarettes manufactured Baltimore,Philadelphia&N'.Y. annually in New York city, aro used The Onlj- Direct Line to tonka bean, balsam fir, cedar oil, leaves, potash, Virginia and the CnroHunn. cascarilla bark, potato tamarinds, aniso seed, saltpetre,, sulTlckeli are on ,llo it principal Ticket O Sicca, it phuric ether, bromi3o of potassium, and340 the General Office of the C A . llallwar, t Wrt Main Ntrect, Lotllnville. rum and other ingredients. lifo-liko 112-- tf irroftnvs iiou&e! M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House BlocK, DniRH, Stanford, Ky., CliciuioalH, WASHINGTON! style, A'ccdlcH. Our. Jewelry, Silverware and (iptlc.il Uoods Department Is In Charge of Col. Thos. Itlclinnli, who will Itcpalr Watches and Clocks l'romptljr and In tho best WlllCN, , Mimical Wall Paper. I.IlUO-HHookx, IllHlrlllHCHtR, G'iEHI-H- . I'UllltM, Nfittloiicry, Pocket OllM, HOIIlH, Cultlcry, Tobaccos. IillllipH, A nu h, FerfuiHcrj', Fire MrchIhc SOLID TEAINS, E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Openod a Pino Stook of Consisting of BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of . In the ladies' cabin of a certain ferryboat this notice is posted : "Tho scats in this cabin are reserved for the Gentlemen will please not ladies. occupy them till the ladicajiro seated." Can this mean that the gentlo-me- n aro to occupy tho seats after the ladies are seated ? --That would rather reverso the natural, order of things, Sunday Argus. wouldn't it? For further Information, ad Jress J. C ERNST, General Boutliweatern Agent, Loulullle. C. I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Bost Goods in the Markot, to be sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. TIM W- - HIGGINS, Salesman. CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS & W.NMITII, Manager, Uati'l II. W. 1'ULI.Klt. Uen'l Agl, t'au'r CONDENSED TIME. E PENNY & McALISTER, TheLAKGEST STOOK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY AND SILVEKWAHE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. u nenltd where this imiJemrnt k i. , JtAIiatOAD lalXI?. TRAINS OOINO NORTH. Much 1, 1H32. Bun. I the straightforward and unprecedented action of tho Messrs. Sells themselves iu vigorously demnndingtho strict enforcement of tho law against all cxh' bitions guilty of obtaining money under fulso pretenses, and of grossly swindling their patrons by loudly advertising attractions thoy do not possess; in strenuously insisting that n passable performance in soma respect docs not excuse wholesale misrepresentation in other things ; and, finally, in frankly and boldly urging tho press to speak of their show fust as it is. Clearly, no impostor, no fraudulent advertiser, no ordinary exhibition y would daro to thus plainly and agencies to urouso such powerful crush it. (Jeuuino superiority, truo greatness and invincible- integrity can alono court such au ordeal, and as tho Messrs. Soils aro tho only ones to do it, tho conclusion is irresistiblo that theirs is indeed tho vory First and Finest of Shows, and that, in tho words ol tho Bingluiintou (N. V.) Dully Republican, "their names will bo as good on u show bill its Vitnder-hilt'- s is oil n bauk check." At Sinn ford, September 22, at 1 and 7 r. m. pul-liclSi-it- possible to go to every part of tho city on foot, although few perhaps would care to do eo, for there is not, in nil tho world, a moro difficult placo for tho traveler, guided only by tho 'light to find a given spot. That spo, may. Imj only a fow hundred yards away, but to reach it ho may have to cross half a dozen bridges, somo leading to tho right, nnd somo to tho left, nnd travcreo as many squares of which thero nro 390, 127 larger squares, and 2G9 smaller squares. of nature,' Sm: Lost Hkii Baby. At Plain-villConn., on Wednesday morning, a woman stepped from a train a moment to question tho agent and tho train pulled out suddenly without her, carrying oil her baby. Her frenzy moved tho good ticket ngont to telegraph to Bristol and order tho baby returned. The trnin dropped the infant at Forcstvillc, and a good man footed it thither nud lugged tho baby back to Plainvillo. Tho mother, meantime grown impatient, had gono to Forestvlllo on tho engine of n gravel train. So back went tho good mnn with tlio baby to Forestvillo, there to learn that tho frantic mother had reIt is turned to Plainvillo. The man then An Aiimy in lli.ui: said that Arobi, tho general of tho telephoned to tho woman to sit still Egyptian revolutionary forces, is go- half au hour, which she did, nnd got ing to bo vory circumspect and hold back her infant. Springfield Itepuh-licau- . his ground quietly, expecting that tho English army will soou bo disabled by Tho GWcner's Monthly says : "It ophthalmia, without tho need ot fighthas only recently been clearly demoning. Tho glaro of tho sun and tho strated that a dead branch on a tree lino sand that lloata in tho air havo makes almost as great a strain ou tho been found to play tho mischief with main plant for moisture, as docs a livforeign soldiers. It is affirmed that ing ouo. Tills is ono of the most imduring tho Egyptian campaign qf tho discoveries of modem botani of his men portant great Napoleon cal scieuco to tho practical horticult wcro at ouo timo distressed with oyo urist, as by this knowledgo ho can According to English padiseases. dead is to bo taken savo many n valuablo tree. A pers every precaution branch, or a weak ouo, should be at to savo tho British troops, now pouronce cut away." ing into Egypt, from such maladies; It is always the bridegroom's friend mid among other speculations, 25,000 pairs of bluo spectacle havo been who take tho initiative. His mother purchased at fivo cents per pair. would writo both to tho young lady Probably Arabl will laugh at tho uud to her mother, and u littlo later spectacle of an army in specs; but would Invito tho youug lady, cither blue glass is held to possess various alono or accompanied by her parents, hoalini: virtues, and if the British ox tho latter being preferable if possible, pectatious aro realized, tfioy will yet so as to mako her acquaintance Lindou Queen. laugh at Arabl. two-third- s ltlchinnn.l 6 00 m Twenty Meriden men and their LTe. Ijnc.t.r. g 00 i ,,, " 7 10 " . " Ltlnjilon.. . to Califorwives havo gono on a trip 8 25 " Crab Orchard . ' HUnlora........... 8 10 ' 9 S5 der. Tho youug raan'scustora increased nia together. Thoy havo chartered two " Shell) City 9 SS ' DauTille Junction ' hotel cars for a month, and nro privi" Mltcliellaburg..M..... 10 0J " steadily, and at last his fortune was 11 00 " " niado. This is au instance which leged to stop as often as they choose. 12 10 put New llarcn. Arr, Lebanon Junction. .... 12 47 "" disputes tlio old truth, in vino Veritas; Tho Yosemito valloy will be visited 2 10 " . Cincinnati Junction.. 2 2S "j " I.oulnllle mero was no iruiu in ins wine evi and other places of interest on tho route. Tho cost ot the trip is estiTRAINS GOINU SOUTH. dently. mated at from 8500 to 8800 a couplo. Li. buu, Maicii 1, 185.'. To attend n circus at Oswego, N. Ltc. Ioulitlll. .... .......... 8 S3 a in The robber politician who demauds Ltp. Manford.... ........ ........... ......... 2 03 p m Y., a father and son walked to a 2 oS ' Orchard-.- .. . swamp ten miles distant to pick huck two per cent, of tho salary from every Arr. Oab I.I tlng.ton ...... .............. 4 10 ' 2 80 Le. nnd calls it a voluntary Arr. Lancaster ...-..- ... leberries, sleeping in tho woods nud ... Richmond. SO " tho fruit until their return. contribution, reminds us of the sailor living on PULLMAN PALACE CABS Their pick netted exactly euo'ugh to on a British steamer, who was asked : Rock, Mobile, "Are you obliged to attend prayers To Meiupbti, Utile New Orleana. Montgomery, purchase tour tickets to the circus for and Einlgranta toTexaa hare their choice of two roulca: ?" tho family. On Friday tho family every Sunday Tla Meuiplilaor tl New Orleana. Time much and rate lowe, thau by any other "Why, no, not exactly oll'ujal to ; quicker It la alio tlio walked to Oswego, a distance of twenroute. ty two miles, nud footed it back Satur- but if wo don't, they stop our grog." (JUI0KEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST day night. During the manoeuvres of tho Ger- Route to all IKiluta In Mlaauiirl, Kanaaa, Illlsola, Indiana. Iowa. Morrison Heady tho "blind bard" man ironclad squadron iu tho Baltic Only one chance Nebraaka. Colorado. Arkanaaa. to Chicago, St Loula and1 baaU Fur further Information about tlckcta to the is very fond of tho last June, a torpedo got mislaid. As South, Kanaaa, Colorado, anil of Kentucky, ratea to Florida, addreaa C. I'. ATMOKK, game of chess. IIo has u chessboard soon as tlio Captain of the ironclad (I en. I'm. and Ticket Agt LouleTllle, Ky. aud chessmen mado to order with pro- Kranprinz, to which it belonged, Or i J. Anthony, Act., Stanford. Ky. jecting points, so that ho may distin- missed it, ho offered a reward for its guish, by tho souse of, touch, between discovery. It is fifteen feet long, them. Persons who understand tho weighty iu proportion, aud at present nr rxti gamo say that ho is hard to heat. a terror to navigators. -- TIIK MOST UiaiUAULi; ROUTK T- OA Chicago minister'says that among Tho jealous husband of a very women a passing familiarity with curpretty woman in Texas, branded her atlurdlDC, aa It And rent uews is so raro as to excito ob with an iron used for niarkiug cattlo, doce, decidedly the Tupular Route, leaatuarigeaaml aujwior .(comiuodatlouatu cervntion. Ho has seen thousands'of making a star and cross on each Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, men iu tho street-ca- rs with a newspa cheek. This is a now kind of lexas The North, Northweataud Wrat. In fact. If you lu per before them, hut docs not recall jewelry which sho will havo to wear route miilate trl by any Ulrei lion, your Intemt will be Uataerrtd nurcbaalUK your tlcketa tla over seeing a lady iu tho samo posi- for life. Texas law should compel tho K. C. aud Cincinnati. 2Tralua vach way i; full, ' uau I'alarocatl, MtKant New liar Cuarhea, and tion. handiouicly furnlaheJ Recllu!u Chair t'ara lorui man to 8 wallow a live tarantula. the unequal.! equlpwenla of ihla Old Reliable, thereby uiakluf a trip uter thia Hue one ol cabA Now Jersey snako entered a coiufoit aud nleuaure. Try It. A strauger called at forty-eig- ht inet organ that had bcon toted into TIMK TAULF, IN KKl'EOT MAY 14, 1182. different houses hi Cleveland and askthe woods fur uso at a picnic. At tho iToTr" "TJoTT Jo. b. ed, "Is the boss homo." There was South. first notes called lorth from tho organ no man at homo iu any one instance, Ltb. Corliigtuu. ... S 00 am 2 49 li IU S 30 p ul V 41 a iu 4 '0 p iu 7 40 p iu on tho following at Buuday-schoo- l " r'aliuoulu . of the women aud yet forty-sov- eu Cjulblaua ... 10 60 a iu 5 27 p U 03 11 Sabbath tho suake crawled out, caus" what do Arr. I'arla.. . . 12 24 a u fl 00 U HI p HI promptly replied: "Yes, sir IS p ui 7 Islington. 1 SO ii u 7 SO p U ing a good deal of commotion. . Lie. taitugtoa Detroit Freo Trees. you want?" 2 2 p u S 20 p IU Arr. Wlnchtatcr 00 p u 10 p iu Mt Hurling a m Tho extent of tho manufacture of 7 zu i U' 12 It a iu A Newport ma'u refused to vote for " Aahlaud Huntington.. S OS ju 1 IU a iu oleomargarluo wilt doubtless surprise No. . No a. No. 1. Noam. tho colored school tax "because ho had tbo ordtuary .reader, ami perhaps 1. is vcan ex Lva, llunllugtou.. S SO a ui 1 S3 a ui no colored cuiiuren. 7 M a iu 1 40 ui Atuland.. . Up alarm tbo avcrago housekoopcr, Ml. bier log II JJ a iu SSI a ui cuse IIo oould havo mado himself ' Wlurheatrr. 11 20 p ui C 11 a u ward ot $5,000,000 worth was made eligible if ho had chosen to. 13 p ui 7 00 a u Arr. Lexington. . 2 00 I. iu 7 SO a iu iu 1880 by four establishments in N, Lve. Lexlugton. 3 M p ui S 13 a iu " I'arla. afYork city alone. The high prico of meat does not ' CjrutUaua.... S SO. ii ui 00 a iu 4 10 p iu UUiiu ' Kultuoutn SOau fect tho consumption of hash. Tho Arr. Cb logton. . e 15 p ui III tJani 20aui Tho total auuual production of su two articles nover did depend on each MAYdVILLU DIVISION gar in the world is said to bo 5,820,-00- 0 No, II L. lugtouapui. Arr. Maya Mile supui other much. erlllaltlaui. " Lexliutton I) 23. in tons, of which tho United States, No. 15 ' Mayatlll. t luau I'arla ( so a lu. S, Ui. 7 pn It is said that 10,000 men aro now No. H " Majrarlllal'JSJpm or rather tho Stato of Louisiana, proemployed in railroad construction in Tralua No. 1 and 2 run dally) all olhara dally duces only 125,000 tous. xreptbuaday. Special Rale to hiulgranta, lor tlekrla, raleaaud luloruatlou pcrtalnlug to time Tlio idlo should not bo classed Florida. Couuectloua, Ac , tall ou nr addrma of tho rye crop of Alwut one-thi-rd H. T. SWIFT, Aat., Lexington. uihoug tho living ; they are n sort of ClIAH.UJlllOWN.il IMT A. tho Uuitod States h grown in Illinois, dead men who can't bo buried. J. I). LLLl.hON, Uen'l Mauager. it tutd; To now cram in com land or any ordinary land no nrtparalion tuiijjy drift into the field and go to work iteding. ... ...... I.banon............. .............. ...... .JLMiaXOlSr HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. T3E3CE3 Three First-Clas- s Implements. Combined in One. tier produceil, An implement that it indiipenmble in ff Muling the bat and ttrry cto;i cultivated. clwapcst implement office-holde- r, .. ....... I Sulky Harrow and Seeder. The Albion Kprlug-Too- th money Hum reamml to obtain a gram tlrtu, which can only be utilized in one crop this iiiijjemait can be had, which trill put in till hmU of tmall grant in the very bnt manner i less time and with lest labor than the bent grain drill made. tor lent LRJ. CINCINBTATI! faster and tnth more cue. in roaltlouofTretnauil later while at work. 'J7icii by detaching the Sealer you hare the be4 JFarrdW in the world, one thai will do mote once ooimi oict the invund than an cidinary harrow mil m a dozen, betide doinn the M tmri inri luau-rlo- m 11 a I .. 1 ruellloa of Teeth lad Later while not lu uae. After lianlinn your crop, by mnormv three teeth you can tkorauiihly puiwrue the toil. and destroy the weedt tn tiro ton of corn at a time, a thing that niftlher cultivator wilt do. At first tlated, here it an impltnuat that can be used in rtcry Svp cultuutrd and one that is ti' rvu; and tee it, gtt a w-pi- e ctlUd iu none by any other implement, durable unit tiuiple. und try it. If it doe not do v nut we claim fur U, we do not want your xnuuty. 11'. L W GEO. D. WEAKEN, AgMt, Staftfrttt, Ky. r. n. w&uikx, jj.,AJuy, Jiy. minim. UltKi:? .t WILLIAMS, Aytt., JhutomiUe, Ay. Ant.. jjuuaUer. Av. Kate cuH'mded my ervp of torn this Hon. r. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. Altnon Uovuiintil LWIutitur, Jlunvu and oittirr una run ajy wttAvnt nettlatwn M kanvu or cultimlor I hare eter teen. CUh plan tat acre of corn a day villi uk e worL perfectly, and can tlucrfully recommend it to my farmer friend, That X, I it . I ik M MlMi M wit li To tow grain with thi Stctr no extra hand in required to titan it front jtM uttimim by the diittr uithout flopping or getting off hi leal. 4m krviar -- M. J&mj -- & " l (fttcclilg Inlcriorf oitrnaj .'7 f sTAasrFOur), icy. EDITOR Tuesday Morning, I - Soptembor 5, 1882 ffT rVeUrM. f 55: Notwithstanding irw son Jlrownlow record Hint- - Leonldas Cniar Houk whs absent from over two hundred of two hundred nnd fifty roll calls, in tho House, on account of drunken ness that has moro than once landed htm in tho polica station and proved that ho is utterly without character or National tho Republican honor, Congressional Committee, which was called on to sctllo whether Houk or Rulo was tlip regular nominco in tho n son of Far- lias shown from tho all tho zeal that personal and political interests can inspire, with tho ,prm-leg- o to draw on HubboU's corruption fund 'at will. a Tun effort of tho Chicagoians to creato an interest in tho widow of old John Brown, by stirring up tho mem ory of that murderous old fanatic, is abortive. A picnic for her benefit failed to meet expenses and tho not receipts - from a reception .to.her only amounted to 8211. Evidently tho spirit of tho old man has ceased to "go marching on." . 11 feeding U :.' 1 A Pf!tLAr.LrmA dancing master has introduced n waltz in which dan cers clasp hands instead of waists. It wont take; too much like eating soup with a fork. Let him invent ono, which requires n little moro hugging nnd n. bit closer nestling on tho manly Knoxvillo district, has decided that breast, nnd ho will immortalizo him there is not a shadow of a rrrctoxt for self. the nomination of Rulo, whoso courso MOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. tho committee deprecates as unrcpub The public debt decrease for August liicanin'nd calculated to work injury to was oyer $16,000,000. Two hotels at Old Orchard Ikich have Not satisfied with this, me nariy, to compliment been destroyed by fire. Lom $20,000. .tho committee goes on for the week reported 'Houk's courso in Coneress, charac to IlmineM failures New lork. one hundred and two, a terizing him as one of tho ablest mom alight reduction upon last week. hers ot Ins mrly, wnoso eitoru as n In the" primary election Saturday, W. legislator commend him emphatical O. Cunningham carried Marion for and Robertson carried Hardin. ly to tho sudrago of tho republicans Sargeant Mason's counsel will sue out of his district. Tho republicans need corpus to release hlu from lay no claim after this to their being a writ of habeas Iiia confinement for Mooting atQuItcau. tho "God and morality party" when On the Phlllipplne Islands 1,500 peois thus com- ple have died of cholera In two weeks, and i n characterless drunkard mended and it is high timo tho Louis- in Minila the deaths now number 300 dally. NtSw Haven, Conn., furnished the only ville Commercial was raising its voice last Friday. Chip legal ns it did ngainst Tom Henry. Smith, for murder, was hanged at that Junon IIauqis has again been drag- - point. There was a picnic of the Smith faml fging' tho crmino in tho dust-bhis high position to tho ly at Piapaek, New Jersey, the other day, sat down to dirty work of a political bummer. It at which four thousand Smiths lunch. ischarged that at a Convention reThe amount of earnings at Sing Sing s cently at Carlisle, he seized tho prison for the month of August is expenditures, $14,74951; net earnthat showed a majority in favor ofTthe candidate who was opposing ing, $0,000.52. Yellow fcreris reported on the Intna one of his choice and mado way crease at Brownsville. Thero were sevenwith them, at tho same timo declaring ty new cases and four deaths on Sunday. that his man had been chosen. The 103 new case-- and five deaths Saturday. .Judge teems to have as much spite The Kansas democratic State convenagainst public records that do not rec- - tion Friday resolved that the prohibition 4, ord his wishes as he has contempt for law is a disastrous failure, anddeiuandedlU law propriety and decency. Thero are repeal and the substitution of a license BOYLE COUNTY. rigidly enforced. many men, fine lawyers among them, Dannlle. anxiety is felt in Boston among Much who studied the en so against him for the fricndi) of General Butler for tho safety Them will be an "impromtu" hop at House Tuesday night. "mutilating tho Jtowan county records of his party. The yacht America was Centre College opened this morning and pronounced him guilty, and eve due at Quebec two weeks ago, and nothing with sixty students; this does not include ry dirty little trick liko the Carlislo whatever has been, heard from her. There are 000 inmates in the Georgia those at the preparatory department. affair, goes to convinco them that their Jo Ilaeck, a German baker, got drunk Insane Asylum, and a physician connected judgment was correct. Judge Hargis with the institution savs of them on Sunday and shot at and wounded Emma mora than any other man in theStnte were Insane from the effects of liquor drank Cecil, a colored woman whom he had been should endeavor to behavo himself so by themselves or their parents. O.- - J. "paying attention" to for some lime. The The United States steamer Dispatch, shot struck her in tho elbow Inflicting a that h'is' great crime, if it was a crime, could if not forgiven, be at least for- which wag to have conveyed President Ar- painful and serious wound. Jo is in jail. Kev. A. J. Brady, of St. Paul's Church, thur from Newport to New England, went gotten, ashore Friday night, and the President, is lying ill of hay fever. Dr. Archibald, Tun "bread nnd butter party" of who is by no deans well, was taken back to who has been a Professor In the Theologitho Louisville Commercial, as John Newport in a tug. cal Seminary here forseyeraljears,ia pre The physicians completed a micro- paring to remove to Wooster, Ohio. Miss D. Whilo calls it, rises to say that "our feelings for that character does scopical examination of Guileau's brain, Griffith, of Owensboro, is visiting at Dr. D. not approach to tho dignity of dislike biit are unable to agree as to tho evidences C. Tucker. Miss Itosa Yeiscr, of Koine, of inanity, two holding that the brain Ga., is visiting Miss Alice McGrorty. Miss but wo do not look with any patince was In a perfectly healthy condition and Welman, of Louisville, is at Col. Wtu. on his aspirations to bo a "boss" in one that It was not. Duke's. Kentucky affaire, and do not want tho Mr. Jefferson Kobaids was shot and About one hundred and twenty per.party 'in the State at large to be held sons wero drowned in the Concho flood in killed yesterday (Sunday) evening by E. and Texas, and fifteen thousand sheep, cattle D. Ball, commonly known :is "Li" Ball, respoiisiblo for his that our observation ot and hones lost. Lowes of property range The tragedy occurred at Mr. Samuel Bill's bad 'manners; from $70,000 to 100,000. The river rose about four miles from town, and the partichim had made us consider him un- fifty feet. The bodies are coming to the ulars, so for as can be learned, are as folgrateful, treacherous and untrustwor surface daily. lows : Mr. Ilobardx and Mr. Sam Ball were thy, and therefore we could not ad Judge Higley, of Cincinnati, fined an talking together, either on the lioyJ-o- r in mire him, and that as ho had shown expressman who swindled a stranger $30 the yard near the house, when ''Li" stepped in his hand n persistent and unprovoked hostility and costs, remarking that he look the fact out of a cabin with a shot-gubeen before the and addressing Bobaids said : "You have to this paper wo could not pretend to that the culprit had not court previously into "consideration, and been talking about me and I am going to any affection for him notwithstanding that had it been otherwise he mould have kill you." As these words were uttered And yet, added a charms." his personal e sentence. Mr. Sam Ball attempted to disarm his and foolish treacherous, Bob Ford, Jesse James' executioner, brother but was unable to do so, "LI" as he is, he has more influence with was arrested on the streets of Chicago Fri thrusting him aside. "LI" then fired on tho present administration in regard day morning, on the charge of disorderly Itobards, the shot taking effect In Ihe heart to1 Kentucky aflairs than Col. Kellcy conduct, and carrying concealed weapons. causing instant death. Mr. Ball Immedi The Ford boys have been living a fast life ately went to Harrodtburg and surrendered and a dozen other sensiblo and deceut the past two weeks, playing in a cheap to the authorities. It is proper to republicans liko him, tho niore's tho theater, and seeking notoriety on tho levee himself state that the above venion of the affair p"y- -- a 0. 11. Cowardin, editor of the Kicli- - came from Mr. Kobards' friends. Mr. AVew issues ago wo published the mond Diipatch, has been arrested, charged Kobards was over 70 years old. Mr. Ball bitter words used by Gov. Blackburn with being about to engage in a duel with is over GO. Mr. Ball's friends think that in speaking of Air. W. C. Oueus, iu V. C. Elam, editor of the Whig, organ of when his side ot the story is heard it will the coalitionists. A warrant is also out for differ from tho above, as although a an interview with a 1'od reporter. the arrest of the latter. Just as well let totally man of undoubted courage, he was neyer Mr. Oiven's attention was called to 'era "fight, they won't hurt each other, known to be hasty or Imprudent. Both tho statement by tho editor of the Gov. lilaclcburn has employed Hunt & have lived in this or Mercer county all their Henry Iocal, when he replied, "I Darna) and Breckinridge. & Shelby, of lives anil are men of property. Both were have read what tho Governor has to Lexington, to go to Washington in October perfectly sober. Deceased will be buried say of me, and so far as it relates to to argue the rights of the State of Ken- here this evening. tucky in the matter of John llusb, colored, GARRARD COUNTY. me, I. cancwell afiord to treat such n who was ordered to be hanged by the State Paint Lick. statement, 'coming oven from a onco courts for the murder ot Miss Annie ' Sao. B. Parks bought of Ed. Ballatd, dignified position, with contemptuous of Fayette county, and whoso case at $100. silence. For it is only noticeable and was taken to the United Slates Supreme a fancy mare mule colt Kirksville, oiened Elliott Institute at in in his first blind Court on a writ of error sued out before infamous when, Aug. 28th, with 75 pupils the first day. rage, ho attempts to reflect upon my Associate Justice Miller. The protracted meeting at the Chris, LAND. STOCK AND CROP. parentage, and digs like a ghoul into tian church in Kirkaville closed August C. M. Jones sold Andy Tucker a mare 23th, with 23 additions to the church. the grave to belittle and belio my Communion Services were held at been dead for nineteen mule colt for $70. father, who has George Vaughn aold to John Ixgan 2 New Hope Church last Sunday, by Bev. years, and who in the grand simpliciEl-kiCon-cre- m g poll-book3; four-fiftfollies,-vagaries n work-hous. Van-mete- r, Alex. Itoblnson, 10 for October delivery, to weigh 1,250 to 1,300 sale at ft' cents. J. O. Anderson, of Fayette, bought of Jo Newland, of Llnco!n,14 yearlings, 3 at 4 j and 11 at 5 cents, 3 steers at 4 J and 40 at 5 cents. In St. Louis 600 mules have been purchased for ue In the Kjypllan war. It is the finest lot ever gathered and will be shipped direct to Alexandria. The amount of wheat so far sold in Madison county, according to the best reports, Is about 100,000 butheli at the averand a half cents age of about ninety-twper bushel. Mr. J. W. Lasloy raised 23 bushels of potatoes from one bu.plsntcd.Tliey were the Pralrrle Quen and the smallest of six of tho largest weighed 1 pounds. This beats tho AJmmte J lb. Come again. Coumy CoonT. A very large crowd and a considerable amount of business transacted. Capt. II. T. Rush reports the stock market as follows: About 400 mountain cattle, consisting of cows, heifers and steers; selling at from 3J to 4 for best. All sold. Horses sold at from $50 to $100 per head. A few yearling mules sold at from $00 to $100 per head. to Capt. Tom Sold 11 head of Garrard, for Willis Sparr, of Clark county, at $.r.30 per hundred, for October delivery, to weigh 1,200 pound. The sale of Mr. T. Ketherford'a land, reported a few weeks since, failed by reason of a supposed defect in his title. The parties in whoso power it was to remedy the matter at first refused to i'o so, but sinco then have signed the necessary papers releasing the land and Mr. It. can now make as good a deed as anybody. The man who first bought was unwilling to take it as it was and bought another place before It was fixed. The splendid little farm is still on the market, and we would advise those in need of one to see Mr. It. at once. John M.Hall sold to Craig Lynn 23 calves and heifers for $333, and a yoke of oxen for , $110; to David Spoonamore a yoke of oxen for $00; to A. T. Nunnelley 59 Iambs at 3 cents and 4 bntcher cattle at $3.35 per cwt. Mr Hall bought of D. M. Cress, of .Itockcastle, a mixed lot of. 21 head of cattle for $300; and 30 nice wethers at $2 70 per hsad; of W. T. Baughman his fancy yoke of oxen for $150; of Craig Lynn 8 cattle at 3 cents, and 2 at 4, to be delivered Nov, 1st, the, former to weigh about 000 pounds, and the latter about 1,- 600; of David Spoonamore 2 cattle, one at to be delivered at 41,'and the other at same time, and to weigh about 1,700 each. o J. II. Urure bonghl of Jos. Itoblnson Literary Society an entertainment at her responsible for this state of affairs, for it la cattle, J, 270 lbs., jat Tr cents; of residence on Tuesday night, Aug. 29lh, natural for every farmer and any olhtr perThe evening's entertainment was opened with music by Mrs. Batson, on tho piano, with song, Joined by all the children, Imj Cheerful." Next, Select Bead-Inby Mamlo Hackley, ''Not fit 'to be Kissed." Next, song by Eddie Adams, "Put away my Playthings, Mamma." Next, Declamation, by Mater Homer Ihlson. Next, Select Heading by Eddie Axlamsand Lula liaison, "Quarrel between Casslus and Brutus." Next, music bySallle K. Hackley, Next, Declamation, by Lula liaison, "OJe to an infant Ron.' Next, Piano Duct, by Lula and Homer liaison. Next, Accordeon Solo by Sal I ie K. Hack-leNext, Declamation, the "Maniac," by Eddie Adams. Just lo please the boys, last, a game of "lllindfold" participated In by all tho children. There were about 25 children present and thcr all enjoyed themtlvc very much Indeed. "Al-wars y. ritonsMosAi.. T. ?, son to endeavor to obtain nil they can for their products, be they good or bad. But who Is ll In this special case of wheat that suffers niotT I'mpiestlonahty it is Ihe careful, sclenlifio and intelligent farmer, who Is careful In Ihe selection nf his seed, scientific In tho preparation and cultiva- w.vaaaoa. ATTOllNMYH HTANIOItP. Offlc wallioi . vaaana. T. W. AWB VA11NON, A.M' stslrs. , KY. In Owiley AKon'anew bnll.tlnn-- up tion ot his crop, and Intelligent and hon- est In the cleaning of his wheat from all foreign seeds and trash, Ids wheal helrg lowered In price In makeup the deficiency of his neighbor's sjrry crop, The millers lake tho position that the farmers Interest In regard to grain are Identical with theirs, 1st. It Is tho interest nf the miller as well as the farmer, to erect n high stand I.ANCASTHlt, KY. Ma.ttr 0niniltoner and (Vnialy Attorney. Will practice In all th Ooiiruof'larrsrd snd sdJelnlnK counties and In theUmit of Appeals. ' JTT," ATTOIlNjaV TIIOMA8 II. O. KAUPPMAN, A.I J..A.-W- ArrroiiNjav at taav, HTANroilti, KY., ALEX. ANDKHUON, A.U' 3CA.W, DANVILI.R, KY., V. Hllili, Will practice In the (Jwifl. ol this and S.IJolnln counties end In the Court of Appeal). Ottlce In Uwiley A Hon 'a new LntlMlriK up stairs. ATl'OHNlilY u f. Wrnqn depar tment Sam. III. Buniett. Editor. A special term of the Itockcastle coun- ty court will be held here on the 10 Inst, David Thomson sold to It. J. White of Madison county, 32 held of mules for $3,140. There will be seven tunnels on the K. C , in a distance of about six miles, in this county. Tlu seven will aggregate a total length of about 4,000. A good delegation will go from here to the Industrial Display in Louisville next Tuesday. A better delegation will go to Stanford on the 22nd to the circus. Maruied. On the 27th ult., Mr. A. O. Lovcll to Miss Mollic Whittaker. On tho 30lh. Mr. JarvlsJ. Brown to Mis Bailie Thompson. On tho 30th ult., Mr. Magby, of Pulaski county, to Miss Mary E Sutton, of this county. In order to complete his new store room and fill it up with a brand new stock of goods, Mr. F. L. Thompson needs every dollar that li due him. He therefore ap peals to all Indebted to him to cume and ettle at onca. He needa the money and must have It. Died. At the residence of hii son A. T. Fish, in this county. Aug. 20, 1832, Mr. Jesse Fish, aged S7 years. He was one of our most prominent citizens, having held theoffico of county judge, surveyor and other offi:ei. His remains were interred In tho cemetery at this place on the 27lh Peace to his hshes. Itockcastle county bond, No. 10. for $1,000; Lelonging to Mrs. Ann Fish, was e paid by tho Beceiver of the Fund last week. Bond No. 11, for $1,000 was paid in June last. Three bonds of the e debt have now been original paid, and there yet remains outstanding twelvobondsof SI, 000 each, which U tho only indebtedness uf the county. Itockcastle county is to hava another railroad. The Oxley Stave Company is constructing a narrow gnage railway from the mouth of Little Itockcastle down Itock castle river to the mouth of Skagg's Creek, a distance of about eight miles. Inn road will bo UFcd to haufcoal, lumber, staves &ef It will carry passengers, also. The road will tirobably be extended to Cumberland Biver. The Tmchern' Institute was In Kcsoion last week. Every teacher in the county was present and the se.ion was altogether a most Interesting and profitable one. The exercises were conducted by Prof. W. C. Grinstoad, of Mitchcllsburg, who la one of Ihe most competent educators and best In- stituterfTorkcra in the State. He wm assisted by Mr. John W.Brown, of this place, who is always thoroughly alive to any movement calculated to advanco the cause of education. Anoirr Peoi'I.e, Mfsi Minnie Dinwiddle, of Stanford, was visiling Miss Itosa Beppert. Mrs. Lula Niehl, of Daughteis College faculty, left for lUrrodsburg Saturday. Misses Mattie and Zuln Williams left yesterday for Louisville where they will attcnil school. Prof, and Mr. A. G. Lovell have taken rooms at Ihe Grcxham Hotel, Livingston. Tho Prof, has charge of the school at Lil ingston. Capt. W. A. Pugh, the accomplished secretary of tho Pine Hill Coal Co., is spending a few days at tho Altamount Coal Mines in Laurel county, this week. Court-HousConrl-HousUn-bar- k Ttpnlir. Thenowly elected county officers en tered niKjn the discharge of their duties ard for the grading of wheat as tin farmer who raises good wheat will get more for It than Ids neighbor who raises a sorry crop. 2nd. It is Ihe interest of tho miller as well as the farmer, for grain to sell for the highest market price. Aa the cost of griading a bushel of wheat or corn Is Ihe same, regaidless of tho price, hence Ihe miller will make more In proportion when wheat la worth $2 per bushel than when worth $1. Consequently, tho higher the price of grain tho better it Is for Ihe mil ler as well as the farmer. 3rd. It is the interest or the miller as well aa tho farmer for wheat to be aa free as possible of dirt, trash and foreign seeds and weighing fully up to, or beyond the standard, as the miller can make more flour from a bushel of such wheal, and conse quenlly can, and will pay tho farmer fivo cents more per bushel for wheat that weighs 02 lbs, to the bushel lhan for wheat that weighs CO lbs. It Is a fact worthy of serious conalderatlon. that the wheit raised in Boyle, Lincoln and surrounding conn ties ten years ago (save with here ahd there an exception), Invariably weighed up It to, and above the standard, while is just the reverse, and unless our farmers aro more careful In the selections of thn seed and the cultivation and cleaning of their wheat, the day is not far far distant when the wheat crop of Central Kentucky will become so depreciated tint it will not befit for milling purposes. And just heie allow me to offer a few suggestions in re gardtothe selection of seed wheat. The farmer in the selection of Ids seed should bear in mind that like produces like, and should select the very best of his crop for seed, and before seeding, should separate the small indifferent grains and all foreign reeds, and sow nothing but purr, clean, large berries. I know a farmer In Boyle county, who, last fall selected forty bush els nf his best wheat for seed, twenty bushels of which he brought to mill and hail cleaned thoroughly, sowing nothing but the large, clean berries, the other twenty buli-el- s of wheat he sowed in the same field iuat as it came from the thresher. I bought his wheat a few days ago; the product ol the 20 bushels of wheat that was thoroughly cleaned waighed 01 lbs. to the bushel, and yielded 25 bushels per acre, while the product of ihe 20 bushels unclranrd.wrich cd only 64 lbs to the bushel and yielded com only 2U bushels per acre. men! Is unnecessary. Millkr. 18S2. Shelby Cily, Sept. 4th, Fortunei for Farmers anJ Mechanics. Thoujinji uf dslbri can lx mnl ty mlng proper Judgment In taking-- ear of Hi brallh of rourull snj family. If you are lillioui, Iisto iillov completion, poor spi4llr, law and depressed spirits, anJ generally UcblllUlol, do net delay a inoinrnt, but go at onco and procure a tot tlo of tboto wonderful Ueetrle Miters, whlili noTer till to cure, and Hut lor the Irlfllnf sum of Sfly rents -- Tribune Sold by Inn A McAlU-ler. Will practice In the Ourti nf llojleiod adlotnlnf counties ami In Ihe Court of .Appeal.. I.IIIHIITV, KY. Will practice In all the Oiurl. of Casey and ad. joining; counties, and In Ihe Court of Apieels. Special attention siren to collection.. Office orer It. T. Pierce', store. l'BYTON, A.1THlVJav AT JjAW, awn nanism roanaaicvrouxTV. M ABTKItHON DU. HTANFOUI), J. O. OAJll'HNTEH, KflNTUGKY Office hours Office oter Itobt. 8. Lylle's store. from S lo 1)4 snd J to 9 r. u. P? j. j. wiloon, j:nti8t, 8tankoiii), ky. Office and ltesldence, Upper Main 81, dTANFOIll., KY. OfficeSouth aide Mala Htreet, two doors shore the Myers Hotel. Pure Nitrous Oilde (Us eJinlnl.tered when required. HU1K1EON LEB P. HUFFMAN. DJ3NTIHT, It. O. Will be In nl.nfurd weeka ofeach month, from Ural Monday. Dental room. Inril. AMpli Hotel, oter McA'l.ter A llrlihl's. tSre.lrn.l" At lncalertwo week, of each month lroin (bird Monday Dental ruoma In Maaon llouee. IXeesIgn) Pure nitrous oilJ (ate edmlnl.tered when necessary. atl-l- f SrmnJ DJJNTIHT, two MOltfJAN, I). I), a. &30 TAXES I TAXES !! TO TIIK TAX.PAYKIW OK IJNCOt-- N hare now Ivendue me alnce JuneMn for I Ml Aa most all hate rot toe money In the hank delng- them nojmud. I aiklhetas. parents comeand aetlte Ifcm't think lcau.e you areguod that we don't want your taiea. The earlier we set e' men, the Utter. We then Ihe tai of know who to preea. Meet me or my Deputy si I, snd on Maturday, tlntea. at t 71 41 (rali Orchard at hlanlord at sll J. .nilNr.l'KlLH. I. C. ., BARGAINS, TOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAY8, "T5S BOOTS, DRY -- UK MILL SKI SHOES, r HATS, ! GOODS NOTIONS 20 PER CENT. BELOW COST! Thla I. no adieTtUIn dodge Theee gwl. niu.l sell lo make room ler soother line ofgwel. already urcbad liua'l lake our word lor II, but ewroe and see wr younetf. . Ti-- )irAi.iNTi:K .. mmm-r- ImsHM EXECUTOR'S SALE! Aa Kircutorof Jamce It ."arson., dce'd, I will ontheUXil liny l Sept. , ISHJ, aell la Ihe hlghett bidder, the Kama on which dceedenl lie. cd, containing JO Aeree of pruluellie Leod, with comfurtabte Improvement., aiaoSA Arrea ol Ijin.1 lying Dear Ihe ahuee. Theee land, are la a Caul nei(htorhl, convenient to eehooU. ehurehee, Ac I will sIm eell at Ihe Mine lime Ihe fallowing IS barrel, of Corn, stout 49 bu.hrla erwnally Mare, of Wheat, Satarka of Hay, one Plow, I tladdle, Ac. 1.UO tut Mi I oi Ire. I til Taaus: The perennalty will tie auld on a credit of Ihroe uontba, Willi Interest on all iujii oter 110: under that amount, ca.h The land will ha aold forooe-lhlr- d the remainder to I tiaid In Csnd II wenlbs, equal In.ullmenta, and lo Itear InUreat al Iharsleolfi ercenl from date. Aiprueed security will 1 rciulred of purfhaaer on both real ami penunal, aud a lien retained on Ihe land lor the purchaie money. Kale la laka 4ire on th prctul.ee. J, !. J.Y.W, Kicrutur. SMALL FAltM FOR SALE. Hating wared to Nltholuililo. t w'lll sell vately my t'sriu, contaloInK aluut pri- C2 ONE HUNDRED ACRES contalna lumia, also pantry, ttoud'bouae, , rUtern aldotr-pllat the door; suioke-houi- e, corn-bou- t, teliant- most new barn, ruro-crl- b. bouxsAc, and a, floo frull olererr dcwrlpliou sa any one wanta. apples, pears, ivaebre, ptums,iber rles, eraei, dainwna, almvai any thin you way call fur. I'lentroftlork water, fn l(ht of Khout- houae, ono mile from blarkimlth ehop, two nillea from water mill. Iilitrrwlnilr heallhv ilaee lor In Is years never paid ft doctors thedottora. bills. 1 reler you to Meas. T. M. Mllard, II. M. Money, IV. II. (Itatry: alo Sam Johuton, who 7 taiWt On the IlanTllleARtanbrd like, about 3 Tim plsni la loa wl aUleof culfrom PaiiTllle. tivation, all lo KraMixirpt aluut SOarriw; llial to to in miiii araiu. I n nouw la in roua repair ana 22 tasTEl ST.ASAPHHOTEL Mtilii fyj., Mitiirnrtl, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, S2.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Addreas 07 JOHN Nltholtsvlllr, Ky HKrt'Abr, Stanford Female College. NTANFOItD, With KY. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I bare recently The Miller's Defense. ( Ta the Editor of The Ixttrtor Journal.) and intend to have taken charge of thti house first-class accommodations, '' ty of an unassuming, true aud noble life, was as immeasurably tho superior of this garrulous Incompetent as tho noonday y sua cxcols.in brightness tho lamp." v firo-flys V The first fall election occurs Maine It iu will bo held next Monday, fa a Governor, four Congressmen and a Legislature will be chosen. There are five tickets in the field, tho Temperance, tho Independent, tho Independent Uopublicau, regular Republican,. JJomoqratiq pr Fusion and the 'Solon Chase Greenback," and tho result is in much doubt. Tho Fusion ticket will most likely bo victorious, though tho republicans as usual claim oyery thing. Tho Legislature to lw elected is to choose u successor to Swtwtor Fryo, and ho is working with when .r suckling mule colts at $50. B. B. Beatley sold a fine mule to F.Thurmond for $130. Stock hogs 10 cents per pound at Eminence, and cum 40 cents per bushel in the field. u I legs have been selling at $9 25 in the highest price In twenty-twyears. 3 year old Foil Balk. A thorough-bred- , bull, a beautiful red. Apply to J. M. 3t Brown, McKinney, Tilt: Intkkioh JouuNAt, will hare a corn show this year; data and premiums tu be given in a few days. And now comes John O. McAllater with a car of corn having: ltJOO grains, John Bright was right. Three mules were recently sold In Warren county at $175, $185 and $100. They were five years old and sixteen hands high. Mules are Iwlng fed in Bourbon county at $'! wr head per month, and hogs at Scents per pound for what is put on them. Chi-cago W. O, Cochran, tho pastor, assisted by ltev. J. L. Barnes. Ono of the bridge contractors for the K. C. It. It. is stopping at Paint Lick for the present. He says a large force will soon be put to work on the road between ltichmond and Livingston. Personal It. II. Batson left for the East yesterday, to buy his Fall and Winter stock of goods. J. C. Shumato left last week for Missouri, on a promoting trip, with a view to locate if he likes the country. J. (J. A. Kemper, of Clinton county, Missouri, was vUllnv relative here last week. Dr. J. C. Bogle has returned from a Summer sojourn at Itockcastle Springs. Muster Jeflie Dunn and Miss Eddie Adams, of lower Garrard, were visiting friends here last week. J. C. Gentry and family, and James Gentry, of Lincoln county, are visiting friends and relatives here. Nathan Shumate, of Danville, Ky., made a (lying visit hero last Sunday, Mrs, It. II. Batson gave the children's In your lsue of Friday morning, Sept. 1st, I notice a communication signed "A Farmer," in which he starts out by saying "We are surprised lo see the farmers sit silently by and let millers or any other corporation comblno to tako their just rights from them. They now resolve to take CO lbs. of wheat to tho bushel, if ouijwhcat weighs hut 61 lb. Now is this just or lawful ? We think not. For CO lbs. is a bushel, whether three pecks or five pecks by measurement." Can It lie possible that the author of. tho above, (or any other in telligent farmer moans to convey the idea that CO lbs. of indifferent wheat containing cockle, cheat, rye, trash, sticks and other foreign matter, sufficient to reduce Ihe weight lo 51 lbs, to the measured bushel is worth as much to the miller as CO lbs, of clean, dry wheat, free of trash or foreign seeds and weighing from CO to G3 lbs. lo tho measured bnshilT Surely not. Yel, "A Farmer" substantially says so. Upon tho same plan of reasoning, a mule weighrough ing 1,000 lbs. diseased, and ugly shaped, is worth as much as a mule welghtng 1,000 lbs, sound, smooth and perfect in model and size, or that a hall fatted bullock is worth as much per pound as the bullock of cijual weight, thoroughly fat, ami ready for tho butcher. I might extend this parallel reasoning to every animal and vegetable product of the farm, but I will not Insult the Intelligence of the farmer by doing so, for It U well known that (here Is no class of men with ower between as much discriminating good and bad, to the square inch, as Is by the average farmer. I know for the last few years, owing (o the sharp competition for Ihe wheat in Ibis section of the State, the farmer who had a sorry and Indifferent crop of wheat obtained as much a per bushel as Ids neighbor who had an good crop. 1 admit that the millers and grain dealers are to blame and are knock-kneeex-Ir- a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE BUANCHE3 OK A This Institution will opon Ita Thirteenth Beealon on mom wonuay in cKpieuincr neii. MYERS HOTEL STANFORD. KY. E. H. BTJRNSIDE, - Propr. This Old nnd Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND THOnOUGHENOUSHCOUnSE Are Uu,ht, aa well as UUUIO. THE IiANQUAOEB. DHAW- INO AND l'AINTINO. TERMS MODERATE. 131); In Tuition, nrleea rarnre front f to to 150 In th regular Departments, rriniary, Hi; Intermedial! IJO. l'reparatoiy, 110, aiij Culld-letFor full particular,, as to Board, Ac., addroas Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall bo Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Pare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Guests. HKN. N. C. THIJ:iIi:AKT, ITInrl-m- l SUofurd, Lincoln Co.,Ky. Vacate RICHMOND will he conveyed to sad from thedeset free ofekaras. Special arronmoilatlois to toCoMinrrrlal Traveler.. The liar will k always up filed with the ekolre.t brands of Liquors aad Cigars. PLANING BUILDERS' MILLS! MATERIAL! WM. DAUG1IERTY Hucccmoi to Dsugheny A Holmes, I hare recently oitu-- In ltichmond a large and uiii pltls 1'laDlnjt till!, snd am prepared to furuUh every kladuf HTAMOItl), . . KENTUCKY, MiKUHc-ruaur- s or Fine Carriages, Buggies, WvuilictiioHrriliiK, Door, S'iimIi, IIUiiiIh, ThIIim, NIiIiikIvn, WIIJN, Vf. As I sell at prices audi as the a bono article ran be (.- - ....... ..llll.rwlll.llWla. I ....!- -. III.. I.inl.o.-ll ". lUIIU imhH.IUMIUIITIII sale Iiouks, lam sure I tan mako it Iu youi ad- a" Tauiajp) tu pairouiae nome iiuiiiuuuua. MoultlliiKM, Ntuir- - li..l.t . alaoapracUial ARCHITECT, And am .mured to furnlih dcalnus and estimates scroll fiirbulblUiKaandallklndaof 1. ....... work. I.A ll.il... ... 1 I ... . . ..... II aiiiai, uiuium.,,.), u,u-cauatiaiu uuiox no my Utuk auuuut runa fromd from the fact that ei,uw wj ,.,iw iier wr. (kmtraulm; aud building dons promptly aud at HfluK. lelies. Addreae '. AND WAGONS Hauree-sty- le, PHAETONS, "of'TEL KINDS. J. ...,.... r. siarronoi We manufacture Carrlaitea of all descriptions, employing- ouly ur.t-cla- u workiueu and u.lng only Ur.t-il.- u material, and sell at reaeouabl ll wurkiuau.hlpaud material oou.ld-WM, HAUUHKKTY. -- Wl k Ml ,;...4..- - . A nw- - ., . . . . fc JsX tS3m ! aW- - tm . A, ""4 ST.DfcTOJ'Oiar), K3T. Tuesday Moralnpr, - Soptembor 5, 1882 TIME CARD. . L. A N. LOCAL 1'iiMiiftr trslns Noith...,. " " Booth...... LOCAL NOTICCS. 0 2 10 A. M. m r. of IVnny A MeAllstcr. ftl.KVKN roumn Hnenr for $1 at MoAl Ister A HrlRlilV. King nil atntinR Jtmt rcccireil at Mc Huberts A Sliuu'i. Nr.w stock of Jewelry and Hilrtrwaro at Uuy Paint fenny a .MCAlliler's, lleautlful llnctt of latest Ikjx stationer, t .Mclloberts A KImkk Khuit Jaiw tn anjr style, ami at your price at MoAllster A Ilrlghls. IOvr.iM of (lool Tea will find the host In the city at Penny A MeAllsler'a. Watciiw", Clocks and Jewelrr repaired Penny A MeAllstcr. and warranted l'"Al.l, lot of Zclgler'a Shoe juit rrctir- M ami forMlealJ.il, AH. II. bliankt. Wanted. Country bacon, highest mar ket price in cash paid. McAliater&IIrlKht, best In the 1'unr. Allien Fruit Vim-gar-, world, for mIo only by MeAllstcr Ilrlirht. and You will find the bent firenta cigar In town at Penny A McAlia-IcrV- . j lit fruits, tropical and homo grown, ways co to MoA litter A llrighl's. PERSONAL Ire Cbllejte. Foil tlieurcst and freshest candlea and al- Mb. W. II. Htt.i. haa returned to Ccn. Mm. IIri.dn Huffman ialock from Iliistonville. Mian La u it A Knw.kman Is in Frank, lin wllli friend. Mr. Fiiank I Oil an U recording from an attack of fever. Mm. Maiiala Hoiuii.n left jrcaterdsr to tlslt relative In Iowa. Mim.Maiiv V. Ilow'MAN hait Rone to visit friendf at Lexington. Mil. ani Miw. J. 0. I)At w, of Joefield, Ky., are visiting Mr. II. H. Lytic. Mim Maudanu Mi.nnii: ltun.nv relurneil yesterday from a Tlslt in lloyje. Mm. I'. K. Ciiotviiua, of Springfield, it siling her daughter, .Mm. II. C. Hupley. Mitt Juma (llM, of tancaster, la vMtlng Mlsae Jennie and Kmtna Haulier. Hon. H. I. Jacob and Judge J. 8. Van Winkle, of I)nille, were here yesterday. Mil. John T. Iioi. leatea thla morning for the Normal School at Valparaiso, Indiana. Mini Maiiy McTvinr, daughter of the IHhop, who haa lietn the client of Mr. H. UTruehcart, will leave for her home in Naativllle thla morning. Mi Jmir Wmir.ii haa returned fnmi a' month's tour of the Northern and Kastern ciliea of the Btale and of Canada. Hhe waa with a parly headed by Dr. Iteatty. of DaiiTille, and she speaks very enthusl. ullcally of the enjoyment of the trip. LOCAL MATTERS. ('A ! l.t. and examine the fine lot of Par-lo- r Furniture iuntrecelred at II. K. Wear- - ft Jaileii Blir.lTEUD, of Somerset, and g urctlea hare been aucd for $20,000 lor a priaoner get away. let-lin- Mil. II. C. still Iturixr, Merchant Taylsr, la melting Fall and Winter good; and "ajas theme desiring aulla ahould go at once and relect patlcrna while hit flock la fresh. fall slock of dry goodi, boola shoes, Ac , will le received and ready to be shown to the trado by September 12 at llobt. .S. Lytle's. Call early and get first " choice. Kntmk m Tiir. Stanford Colond Fair commence' and continue three daya. Wo triitt our white cople will patronize liberally the commendablo eflsrts of their colored brethren. Cut. Mr. J. II. llunller.of the Theatrical Trotipe 1'iarlng hla name, which recently played here, waa badly cut by a negro at Frankfort, when ho attempted to eject him from the Theatre. Wk AUK glad to slate that the Lexington Female College, of which Mra.H. F. Tarrant ia principal, haa opened very A large number of Southern glrli are among the matrlculalioni. aupl-clounl- Til F. Stanford Female College willon neit,Mouday, In addition to moil of the old faculty, l'rof. W. K. Jennlnga, who waa here for aeveral aewloin, will be connected with the rchool again thla year. who waa captured at Nicholaavillo with Mr. Marlln'a and aomebody clo horie,wa no other than Jo Hughe, who had already been eent up for four yeara for the aauie offense. Wk havk Information that the convict It la hardly neceary to observe in the advertisement, that face of a Sella llrothera great ahow I coming. It ia the biggeat thlnif ever in thee parla aa you will imagine when It I told that it taken 60 car drawn by three locomotive to move It. 5 TlIK order of the Knlghtaol the Oolden Kulo la about to collapoe, thoxe who have the handling of the money, having, It ia aaid, defaulted to the amount of $00,000. The lodge here liar an aiutemiment ready to forward, but will Inventlgate Insfore they turn It over to the tender merclea of the Treasurer. TllK horbe atolen from Mr.J. M. Martin, of till county, waa, together with the thief, captured by the marshal of NIoholatvllle, RELIGIOUS. The thief proved to be a penitentiary -- KM. W. II. Cloyd'wlll preach at the for whom a reward had been offered and he ia now back in hU old ijiuirtcra. Christian church next Hutul.i, at 11 A.m. . He alaq had a little bay horoe, whose owner! ami 7 r. M. Key. J. M. Ilruce Is conducting a pro haa not aa yet appeared. tracted meeting at Crab Orchard, which A wt of ily youtlw were over hero Sunnlgnalled their begun Sunday, ami has already had three day from Lancaster, and additions. departure about 10 o'clock at night by Tula a Creek Asaoclatton will meet at Comanche Indiana, and firing yelling like Warrant Hall's (lap Church next year. Iter. II. T. oir their plstola on the atreet. Daniel vraa chosen to preach the Introduc have been Issued for J. 8. West, 8. M. An llurdett and they will bo tory sermon. derson and W. T. Mr, JaVeCl. Owsley waa Immersed by ahown that the law ia aupreme In Stanford tild. J. U. Livingston, Friday. Although least, and that their room U better than very weak, lie stood the ceremony well and at not know how to expressed himself aa fueling much better their company, If they do (or it. behave thcmselvM, r, con-vl- Picture of the Itcv. Oeorue O. Hrne Fon Hunt. The Jaa. N. Davla More houre till Janimry lit, Apply to It. K. and Misa Marie grsced the column of Ihe Harrow, Cincinnati Oimmntial ve(erday. Tiie Tale Creek Afsrclallon of Pre runLa nn, mil and examine the lignt ning New Home Sewing Machine, the bet destinarian Haptlst will convene at WalIn the world, for sale al Chenault, Sever- nut Flat, Lincoln county, Ky , on Friday, the ITdli day of thla month and continue ance A CoV three day. A. C. Nnwi.ANit, Mod'r. Last Notiob. All account duo'llala A The Southern Haptlst Theological Nunnclley not fettled by September 16th, ! opened il fall session Septemlier 1 will lie placed in the hand of an officer. with eighty-twmatriculants, tho largest A.T. Nunnelley. Tho Best and moit Complete Show in the World. ourier-Journal. niimlr of any session since It removal to I.,, I AM BKM.twi Lmrel County- Coal, and thli city In 1877, when It opened with fifty. my friend and everybody ele, will find it -tHy. Mr. Spurgcon doe not believe In to their interest to ace me before buying AND TIIE ONLY DIG SHOW COMING THIS YEAR 1 their winter mppllea T. I). Newland, nor practice close communion. He aayi: "I think it ! refute to commune n is ns Hint Iins lUnnti A Dawkox havo fuit received with, any one iaaslnto member of thechiirch As who Ian IS Ion of Luke Ice, which they will cell In 81X12! AIJfi,Ui:.VTi:i) AND FNr,AKOEI TO TIMES ITS FOItMEK of our Lord Jesus Christ. Nothing cin ainall lota at cent per pound. Persons searale me from a Christian by whatever Tented Exhibition on the Faco of tho Globe ! wanting large Iota can get It on reasonable Pronounced by Press and Publio to be tho name called." terms. They Mill sell manufactured lee at The Cumberland Hlver Association wa 1 cent per pound. . held at Flat Lick Church, Pulaskl.last week Two CiiiumrjN llunrrrn to Death. and will be held next year at Hock Lick AIhjiiI 7:10 last night (he house of I'M. in same county. Mr, K, It. Caldwell, Jr., car I!rllit, col'd, in Iloney vllle, two mile from the clerk, report a membership of 1,600, here, caught fire, and beforo assistance an Increase over death and other loase could lie had, two colored children were during the year of 133, roaMed to death and Itachel Walker, their Last Sabbath morning at Ludlow, Ky., mother, very badly burned. The house waa M. K. Church seventy-onperson were re! entirely consumed. ceived into full communion, and at Wert were received one Wk iikiiibt that we were led into the er- Covington thirty-siror of publishing tl4 marriage of Hon. M. hundred and eleven person In all have J. Durham. A telegram lo the daily pa- been added to the charges, which, at the Culminating In the Combined Attractions of pers from Lexington announced It, but the beginning of the year, had only an aggregate membership of aeventy persons. The Judge has ntithcr married nor dota he know the lady in question. The Joke, If it record I exceptional. Iter. J. L. Albriltnn was ao Intended, was a cruel one and shows is pastor. Consolidating Ihe Undivided snd Unabridged Fcatiircs of The Stanford Methodist Church has that it perpetrator la ignorant of what conraised thla year $1511, equal to $1210 for stitute one. each member, divided as follows: by the Low ItATlH. The Louisville A Nash-- school, $1 10; by the Church for preach-er- 1 vllle Itallrond will trip excursalary, $700; benevolent collections, sion tickets frvm Montgomery and all sta. $100; ladle' missionary, $75; church relions north and from Memphis and all stapairs, $400, other excnses $00. Kvery detion north, lo the Louisville Imposition, mand haa been paid oft" or provided fur and aD ' from September tlh to October lOlh, and to J& Mr.Sima present the hooka of Ihe church the Cincinnati Kxposillon, from September ! to tho Conference squared to a cent, the 4th to October Ctli, at four (4) cent er uhiteo imdiea best reort ever made from this charge. mile for the round-trip- . Ticket sold any Hay. J. 8. Sima' four year's labor day in the week and good to return ten for the church at this point closed Sunday, day from date of sale. and with his wife, whom everybody his A MTTl.i: varied the monotony learned to love, will leave thla morning for of our usually quiet streets, Saturday the Conference atCarlisIe, to be sent thence W.H.Miller and T. ltethcrford to another field, to which he and his CIRCUS CONSTANTLY were the combatants, but they were parted will take the prayer of the good and the before any serious damage waa done. To best wishes pf the wicked for their temporOno Hundred Superior and Startling Acta at Every Porformaiice ! Ihe I'oliro Judge Mr. Miller promptly and al and eternal welfare. It wa fitting that generously acknowledged that he was alone a ministry which ha been of ao great It would Take least 10 Hours to give Performance in a Single Ring. lo blame and waa let off with the lowest a benefit to the church should climax Two Hundred Perform er Appear Daily More than in any Five other fine, $B and cost. Mr.lt. waa acquitted-Whilso gloriously In an Ingathering of soul to Shows, chief among whom are the Hero Horseman, wo are almost as much opposed to CbrHt. for . fnllawlnp tlin tnnrnint arr!r I ., ...m n fighting as a Quaker,we are decidedly in . which wa a very fine effort on the "Kela-tionold fashioned If men must lietween Pastor and People," the insettle their difficulties by an appeal to the vitation to confess the Savior wa respond! god of battle. ed to by Mr. and Mr. Adam M. Pence and County Coukt. All the officers chosen Mis Ora Hale, Mr. Pence making the conThe Spanish Equestrienne "".ifl. at the August election qualified yesterday, fession for the first time, Mr. Pence coming from another denomination and Miss together with Mrs. K.A.IIIaln and J.K.Lynn who were sworn In aa deputy clerks. J, W. Hale by letter. The two latter were re! Held look the oath aa polico Judge of Hus. ceived without, the usual formality, and afbeen baptized the right tonvllle. Theophllua and Coleman Car- ter Mr. Pence had TIiohc Uiipnrnllclcrt Parisian SIjikc1h, penter, ill of consumption with noono lo hand of fellowship waa extended the new member by the whole congrrgriion. It support them, were ordered to Ihe l'oor- Home. Joa.Co(Tey quallfield as adminis- wa an effecting tight, especially when Mr, trator of Lewis Jones, dee'd. There were a Pence', aged mother, overjoyed to have great many orders, greater than at any pre- him enter Ihe fold, fell on his neck and Tho Univorsally Honownod vious court, said Clerk Illaln, but they arc wept tear of gratitude that her prayer for not Interesting to the general public and year had been answered. The night service wera even more refreshing. Thaacr-motherefore not worth publishing. waa from- - the text : "Is thy heart StANFOUI) is getting to be the bos place Tho Drllllsnt Equestrian ileieor right? Then give me thine hand," and was for conventions. Mrsidei being the most exhortation against church big a atiierior central and the most accessible town In the otry and a love of one's opinions more than district, Its accommodations are good and The Japanese Msricl a love for God and hi people. At it con audieient fur any crowd that may attend, clusion Mr. and Mrs. Win. Alexander, Mrs. and we trust that a large delegation may ! S. P. Stagg and Mrs. Daniel Stagg, Jr., be present on the "0th to give our gallant came forward, and witli the exception of "Little l'l.ll" a send oil. Allowing a vote Mrs, The Boneless SUn ol llpslc Alexander who united by letter, were for eech delegate, there will be 71 in atbaptized and received into the church. The 3E3C DE3 ! DFL XT 353 r Mr- ta wm ivaiawi.te a. tendance aa follows: Anderson 0; Iloyle C; y tuTija .. t1 fm aiR i v.j jrimn- - i rm cm ii feji km 3 ils fs right hand of fellowship wa extended Garrard 5; Jjckson 1; Jessamine 5; Laurel Sr. TiYttiifvr Fiiiinv DIowiiH. . Iiv CHmrlov Niolv.r -" tl them, after which Mr. Sim made a neat 3; Lincoln 8; Mulison 10; Mercer 8; Owsley E Fi lilt1addres4oflhinks Tor klndne.vc shown r IliL r"L?V im'mn' Inmm mLtm IMfrntL Tmi?? 12; llockoastle (; Shelby 0 and It him, both by the member of hi and the require but 30 votes to make a nomination, sister churches of town, since his coming m ii mciuuiu niga xom wuru, who leaps over i riiepuauis. but "Little Phil" will get the whole 71 among lliem, asked that like favors be ex with a hurrah. tended hi successor, and then bid his ' TiiMi i'i it I IIK A TIIIOFT About thrto week ego charge an affectionate farewell. Wo coma man giving his name as Jlenry Compton, mend him to the )cople wherever hi lot sold a pair of mules to Win. Cloyd, of this may be cast aa a true Christian and a Known si Ihe KI.YINd XAIltV. who Flics Aiross the Aulltoruni.oTer200 feet. She Kilo like a lllrd, Ulte 100 l'eet Into the Net, Jum73 Keel perpendicularly lulu the Air, etc. county. Mr. C. gavo his nolo for the gentleman of many social and endearing Anil mnro otlior Star lliiui ill Vive ordinary Itig NIiouf; amount and it fell duo Saturday. In the qualities. Seven lieautiliil I'crloriuiiiK SIuIIIuiih.h lieril otnlx Vcrrnriuiiii; C'oN meantime, however, he was informed that DEATHS. .'liiiat(MlCi!iraireN mill XohriiK mill tlic only I'crlbrin-iut- ; orado Catllo, mules answering lo the description of tlio JJvlaT VI 1 8 wBfciirlw V )?( iVvi BtBBw ThnU 9 Hippopotami. and W. K- llledane, the ones ho had bought had been stolen in T!A'RrPTT nnrt Itusnell county, and on a pretext that he popular drummer from J. M. Hobinion A Tn thn TVTnnnrrnrln tiTliInli in tlin T.AT?iTRRT OW jmKM IshIw M. 'Xtm Mm Ti1mhtfinne ninvn TJnvn Anlmnla tliriTi nil ritVini RVintira nAmWn-- '' w La f vf ffr J9 1 Jll would have to come lo Stanford for the Co., Louisville, died aSiddehly last Friday. any ZooloEical Garden in 3TJ- 0:.10 moro od. Tannkk. Of typhoid fever at money, he induced Campion to come here, r f,.ii nn- urtmTn -- nn v.n r,-,nwhen he wa Immediately put under arrest. Sunday morning, W. K. Tanner, son of K. of TOWERING LIV-- LIVING HEPPOPOTAMI. a L. Tanner, departed Ibis life at McKInney. On being searched a pistol with T. F. ING GIRAFFES, a of WOOLLY ELEPHANTS, tho Hicka on the handle waa found on his per-- 1 He wa in hi KOth yelr and had been for FIVE-TOovor soon, a TWO-HORNERHINOCEROS, some lime a member of the Christian son, and it ia supposed that Compton is but S-lZIZfcs?,remains were interred in the POUR OTA-Nchurch. Ill OCEAN SEA 1YON8. a Hard of FOURTEEN' TTTTGE ET.E- an nliiu. Ho wa ordered to all. . oTTATM-irA r ATiTA'urnA-sjr'RT.c? htyohjcw rnitrn nnvn'P'nnriA M"C!T.n new cemetery at McKitncy. Tiik Fnurr National For the purpose first ovor Hoon. SNOW.WniTE BUFFALO' AFIIIOAN ELANDS. NYI.O. A telegram wa received yesterday of increasing their business, the owner of Cages flllod with tlio Finost Oollootiou of Carnivorous and Horbivorous An monstor Iron-Boun- d HAU, POL Alt BEARS, and llfty-oigthe death of m, Kmiaa Kcnner, imals ovor scon anyuhoro. the stock In Ihe National Hank here, deci- at McComb, III. Slie waa a daughter of tho ded some lluio aince to go into liquidation late Henry Myeis of thla county, and sister and organize again under a new name. of Kequire Murphy first wife. Her nge Subscription to the First National were waa about 10 and she leave a husband and Locomotives Used to Haul It. The Largest Number of Oars Ever Used by any Bailroad to Transport Three started and in a very abort time Ihe neces- eight children to mourn her loss. sary $200,000 capital stock wa raised and I the cry wssbIIII for more. The manager Bucilen's Arnkt Salre. HTAUTMNO, Bee IhsTItANSCKNDENTLY BBAUflFOL, UlCir, OOllOEOUS, WONDKIIKUL 1'AUAIlli A I'LUMETOl'l'ED TIDAI. WAV1J OK 81'I.RNDOIt, IntroJudUf flie UsnJs of Music, acted vety wifely In dIsosing of Ihe stock, rl,a lut HatvA III lbs wor&l fur Tula, llriliacl. Intrulucloir ririrtUlit OulJ.Cuverol Uwies, Iwenlr Brest Ool.l L'bsrlola. fuuttctu hu(o Elephants lurojrst houiinat. Ths beautiful AlUvdrlcal Tableau vt CulumMs n.l lur Court ot llesuif,alolt, high In nilTill! J sir. WOHKX IX AJItilllVA. Ilue. Aqusnum (Vs. ss Isik as houses, diswu through Ihe itreeti: Teleco Chariots lorlr frtl hlth.csrrjIuK dividing it among aa many men and in a Boies, Uloers, Salt Itlieuui, lWr Bores, Teller, i'tHlit H.lXItSOJlV.HV Chilblains, Curat, and all 8kl allrlnir Eleplisut. ami iiikiu Its hsckalwaultrul ladf, repreneutiiiie IjiIi Itookhdriisrtlug from Delhi. The lrlnces ofluJIsSuJ her Kojral ljieort. KnlKhta In solid sllfe anuor, sutl wore wuullousl Hands, many sections a possible. Yesterday the It worths huuJrcl mile Jouiuer lo see. Kicursluus oil all railroads at greatly reduced rales. Prepare, fur ajojfuljutlliw. All areuuesof Irsrel ara ciowdeJ, schools clots, poilllTely eure; piles. It Is guar work lliineTersocii a liefure. (JalaUIajr Eruptions, and suiudi snd O rsud voted to go into liquidaold enlire saiuracuolor monej reiuuu- anteed to tion on Ihe tth of October next and a new cd. Price 31 cants per box. I'M sals by 1'cnny A charter having been obtained, the now McAIUUr. g HBwiBr? js$ r elected the following direct free 0 Cost All persons wishing lo lest lh( merits of a great ors for the new Hank, which will commence Coniuuip-lio11. S. Withers, Dr.T. reiunljr ono that will poiItlTslir euro biisinesaonthe-lth- : Coughs, Colds, Asthma, iVonchltis, ur any II. Monlgomcey, J. 8. locker, I). W. requested Luuts-- sr sflVctluu of the Throat aud W. P. Tate, Craig Lynn, Sanford to call at IVnny A McAIUIer's Drug Store and Krwln, of Stanford; J. K. McClary, of get a Trial llottliiof lis. King's Jew Dlaoovery Mt. Vernon, Hon. Hobl. lloyd, of London, Ir Cuiisuuipllou, Iroa of cost, which will show regulardoltar-ali- e twills will do. and J, (1. Freeman, of Williamsburg. A you what a meeting of the director for an electlcn of NEW AIlVtltTlSKMKt!. 0 dicers i called for to morrow. STANFORD, FRIDAY, SEPT, TTEZIS 21 m Bern-Ina- ry o NO CHANGE OF DATE - CJ. ISIOOlST OF NO DISAPPOINTMENT! AJuXu J3IG SSIIOWJS ! nn Electric Light to Tallow Candle m Superior lo any Show ever Exhibited Hero Finest 1 SIX SESLXjiS o ENORMOUS RAILROAD TJIsTXTEID AMERICA'S BROTHERS' e stizs: SHOWS I o USTOW x A STUPENDOUS UNION! LEADING EXHIBITIONS. Sunday-- &tfSfiX9& J S) fist-lig- Six Big Circuses! Big Menageries! Big Museums! SIVA Six Big Aquariums Six BiCr Tents, .A.11 for One DFrio ofiLamissIon. THREE GREAT at RINGS i after-noo- n. USED. e .,..., s JML&t.. CHARLES FISH SIGNORTTA ADELAIDE CORDONA THE FRENCH FAMILY DAVENE! SIG. BON JERONXMO BELL! XJTJTTXJE ALLRIGHT JL, -i Sx-nci-r- Fms I1 wim ttK uiK. FIFTY lOUJtT,i: SOMFUSAUIiT LEAPEKS, -M . H 3Ft 33 jA. 3L $1 tri 'Mr im rs "rtm w pbmwMSi.km mtska mm 'smnimKm . a LOTTIE j&rzri&jTi I f MHmn i miSjlrW lirrriiicrs - n CHarl V. and actually Dnrjn nn erown MP i 'i )- j I than in pair pair nnn first D N iSSmf -' j SSSSPBmWSMSStS- - 15 , ht THREE imiKCKNSXS RAILROAD It 30-T- TRAINS, , FIVJG KAAN F MUSIC lOO G1CAX SOJ.O MUSICIANS IS tlio OltCIIiESTItA. ChiJ stock-holde- r ia ysjNo n, -- $50 1CIWAUB hura. s Hlolen. from mr pas urs, S tulles fioui T- ! Middle uum, UV. IuihU high smI harfvolii. A lir die and ddU was tloleu frout lujr tiijhWr la uh on him. 1 will lilts Hi ahov reward lor hU leluin s.iii,viMtn, tn me. ML tialew, Kjr :i.y.ur.ilil lllurk Mule, wllh muslr 7. J. n. SJ TO li X-3- E3 3NT ! inllos from Mlddlcbune, on From ur luiture, life. Exhibitions st lha uiusl hours. Admission lh sauia aa ordinary shows thargs, notwlthslandlog It la slg Moudsr U'ght, August , imti, a hiirk Hrowii UiaUEHT SHOW and lb blgjsit crowds jrou bar etcr seen lo all S years old, null; blind, and Uuiis "b! ttrgwt the koya aud all. If you ao. nolhrug but lb, psrsde, lb tent Miir I), lowu early. Urlug lha old folks, brlog tut bsblesj bring lb. aunts, cou.loi, wl.es, daugblers,twwlharls, you Iblu lu order. Would look older foia prtseul tor ths Journey. aud tbt liumvuse railroad trains, you will Upsld goes tb,runiUugwal(i He psecs snd with head eateuded. 1 will psy MO lor his d. li I'hIIk, Ih any rt'HHOfl, It I'hIHII It PrtsmhMNt, Ili Hrerr to we, or I) ror tuforuistlon that will lead TlilM Kkovr KxhlbUH All It A.lvrU8tH, Hiul Hicrt'l'H t Ho Uawbllug permitted lo his rtcoterr, and f'W Cor lh Ihlif. KIOIIAHH A. CIUOM, whim ilori, .. mm BBtjiaiES mm wx. "ff"""! ff.lWj bhws -- aiai i r f - " r Jl. !,.. i m WMJS-Ji- a m fir AklC -- ,.. Stmi-tccli3ncrioro- f QTjVlTFOiai?, ICY. Tuesday Mernlof, j . - Septembers, 1882 'CM Life in India. ; 4 ' On tlio clay of her marringo alio Is puTitl n palanquin, shut up tight, and carried' to her husband's house Hith erto sho has been tho spoiled pet of her mother; now she is to bo tho littlo slvo of her mother-in-la- w, upon F .;- "liV whom tho is to wait, whose commands alio is implicitly to obey, nnd who tory. "Oomo to me, Pansy," ho said. tcachei her whatsho is to do to plcaso It was Elhelbert'n voice, tender, her husband; what dishes ho likes best and how to cook them. If the moth gentle, that spoke, yet with sorao is kind sho will let tho girl thing in its tones that mado tho girl homo occasionally to see her moth- pauso in her excited, feverish walk go up and down, and sho pressed her er. Qf her husband sho sees littlo or hands to her throbbing temples, look nothing. Sho is of no more account log at him with largo, bright, pathetic to him than a little cat or dog would eyes, isut no itrotcncu out jus nana bo. There is seldom or never any lovo nnd she camo to him. Ho passed his between them, and, no matter how arm around her waist and held her cruelly sho may bo treated, sho can to his breast n moment in silence. Pantf Ferkint and Cthelbert Petlingill. 'Welcome' home, PMy." Dapplcvalo was at its prettiest this sweet Juno day as it nestled cosily among tho hills that towered abovo it on every side. Down in tho shady glen whero tho village church stood, almost hidden by the cypres- - trees wh6so great boughs of green wcro swept caressingly against tho shies of tho modest structure, Pansy .Perkins spoko tho words with which this chapter opens, her face lighted up with a radiant 2x4 initio that was beautiful in its sad expanso of terri- Drying fruit. ; h ' ? I H r I' never complain to her husband of Presently Pansy spoko. "It is anything his mother may do, for bo very hot, is it not, darling?" she would never tako his wifo's part. Her said. "Yes," replied Ethelbort; "and it husband sends to her daily tho portion is getting late, and we should be- go of food that is to bo cooked for her, himself and tbo children. When it is ing homo." But ai ho spoko, tho prepared sho places it all on ono largo girl looked up at him with those hand some dark eyes that had witched so brass platter, and it is sent to her room. Ho eats when ho wishes many men. "Do you lovo me?" sho and then tho platter is sent back with said. "Passionately, my nngol," was the what is left, for her nnd tho children. tremulous reply. Thoy sit together on tho ground and "And will you buy mo somo ico cat tho remainder, having neither cream?" knives, forks nor spoons. While she Ethclbcrt felt his heart throbbing is vountr sho is never allowed to go ngainst his suspender, and for an in nnywhero. stant ho could not reply. But tho Tho littlo girls arc married oven as momentnry agitation was soon over, young as three years of ago, and, and he spoko out in clear, mellow should tho boy to whom such child is tones. "I will do it with pleasure." married dio liext day, she is called a Tho peachy check of the girl was widow, and is from henceforth doomed laid closo to his now, and tho velvety . . to perpetual widowhood; she can never lips kissed him tenderly back of tho Aunio Surratt, tho poor girl who again. As a widow sho must left ear. And then, turning her head marry to make her old never wear any jewelry, never dress slightly, Pansy whispored to herself: suffered so terribly as while yet young in years, Uvea, near her hair, never sleep on a bed, noth- 'I havo not lost my grip." Chicago her brother John. Sho is tho wife of ing but a piece of matting spread on Tribune. Prof. Tonry, who is now tho leading the hard brick floor, nnd sometimes They are Strangers Now. After her chemist of Baltimore in fact, not even that between her and A Middlctown young Jauy never mother had been hanged, and her own the cold bricks, and no matter how tires of rending a namusing occurrenco mental faculties shattered by tho ago cold tho night may be, sho must have of tho sleighing season last winter. nies sho had undergone, tho innocent than tho thin gar Sho was no other covering enjoying a rido in tho compa- girl was ostracised and persecuted to ment sho has worn in tho day. ny of two Hartford gentlemen, and an extent that is n disgraco to our Sho must eat but ono meal of food she was driving. One of tho gentleYears Christian civilization. a day, and that of tho coarsest kind, men slyly inserted hand in her mulT, after, when Mr. Tonry then a govnnd once in two weeks she must fast lovingly pressed her disengaged hand. hours. Then not a She blushed and withdrew it just as ernment clerk dared to marry her, for twenty-fouoffico for bit ot food, not a drop of water or med the gentleman on the other side slip- ho was dismissed from tho tho offense. For a time they wero icine miuat pass her lips, not even if ped his had in the muff. She knew turned out of tho she bodying. Sho must never sit by the action of tho adorers that the very poor, but being proved to bo the Government grind down or speak in tho presence oi her hand pressures were frequent and loving arc mother-in-la- w, unless they command within the silk lining of the muff, for making of him after all. Thoy now prosperous enough in a worluy her to do so. Her food must bo cook- first ono face and then another would point of view, but tho once blithe and ed and eaten apart from the other bob forward to catch a look at the beautiful Annie is ft wreck, both menwomen's. Sho is a disgraced, a sweet faco and which prompted, as tally and physically, with hair as woman. She may never even they supposed, tho tender pressure of white as the driven snow, thoughbut look on at any of the marriage cerethe hand. Tho byplay lasted until the little more than thirty years of age. monies or festivals. It would bo an vouncr laitv nuieuy remarKeu: -- n She never recovered from tho shock of evil omen for her to do so. Sho may you gentlemen aro through with my Inst of her moth havo been a highcasto Brahminic wo- muff, will trouble you for it now, as that awful day, tho I er's life, and is subject to fits of ex man; bu, on her becoming a widow, my hands are getting cold." And the bordering upon deany, eveu the lowest servant, may or- gentlemen who had been comfortably treme nervousness, inchinatiConimercial . C li r i u m . der her to do what they do not like warm up to this time, suddenly felt an to do,' No woman in tho house must Arctic chill creeping up their spinal Nearly all the strikes in diflerent ,. ever'speak one word oflovoaudpity to columns, and the mercury ot their feel- parts of the country liavo provcu her, for it is supposed that ifa woman ings dropped to 180 degrees below zero. most disastrous to tho labor-Uieshows the slightest commiseration to a Cohoes, which com The two gentlemen are strangers now. selves. That at widow she will immediately become menced in April last, has at length Hartford Times. ono'hersclf. broken down completely, and tho men, Whether or not the hornet which women and children havo returned to I saw an account a short timoago in an English paper that they had worked its ,way up tho leg and under work on the terms they rejected four been trying to tako tho census of the tho trowsers of a deacon in Richmond, months ago, but much poorer in populatiou lately, in India, and as far Va., nnd stung him five times wliilo purso and in spirit. At tho Harraouy a they havo gone, they found that ho was praying in prayer meeting, was Mills, tho number employed was near there were "80,000 widows under G or was not an emissary ot baton is ly 4.000 and their nav amounted to Wj i0 years of age!" Can you imngino the one of thoso things which may nover 870,000 a month. They havo lost ui be definitely ascertained. The story wages 8270,000, while, owing to a amount of Buffering that littlo sentence of such an event having happened change iu tho market, tho mill owners tells of and foretells? might not be believed but for tho fact have mado a clear gain by tho susthat tho leading Baptist paper of acPacts von thk Cimious. Scien- Richmond vouches for its truth. The pension of work. Tho men now cuse their leaders, who nro really tho tists ngrco that ants pos3es3 something excitement in the meeting was intense causa of their disasters. Lazy demaapproaching to language. not ouly in the mind of tho suffering gogues stir up discontent and bring on Tho common garden spider has been deacon, who promptly changed his tho strikes, in order to livo on tho past known to livo ten months without petition into a howl of agony, but in earnings of thoso poor men and wofood.' the minds of tho brethren, who wcro men of toil. Flies havo been known to recover . mm startled to hear the accustomed moafter having been immersed twelvo Two Philadelphia ladies, sisters, notony of tho deacon's devotional months in wino. off the palm at Saratoga for suddenly transformed into such carry Pearls uro sometimes so numerous having the greatest variety of dressdemonstrative elocutionary vigor. It difin Iho pearl oyster that the animal of them has forty-twis stated that tho deacon immediately es. One cannot shut his shell, and bo perishes. ferent toilets and tho other nearly as on being stung brought his prayer to Lu Valllaut says that bo heard a can hardly bo nid that a conclusion, probably without oven many. It parrot repeat tho Lord's prayer from such ladies "toil not," oven when thoy sayiug amen. -beginning to end iu tho Dutch lando not spin. The labor of displaying j The bloody Bhirt nnd tho bonny so many dresses is no slight task. guage. a ma A tirno owl has been known to hop blue flag aro retiring from politics. A French statistician has calculated about upou tho keys of a piano appa- Neither of them flaps as lively as wires wcro rently delighted with his performance they did in the stormy times. Tho that if ail tho telegraph on end they would reach forty-si- x Tho sense of smelling is less perfect orator or the organ who talks about tncked times round tho world. Belgium in tho lion than in raost.other animals. tho war and things connected with it has a greater telegraph mileago in Ho hunts rather by sight thau by is becoming a laughing stock with Binoll. solid men. It Is a sign of empty proportion to its superficial area than any other country in Europe. A Naukow Escavc Last week a headedness to talk about war issues Memphis Avalanche. An Irishman being asked on a late party of 20 entered the IMummolh now. and crossed lCcho river. Wliilo trial for a certificate of his marriago, Cave A now industry is reported as being on the opposite side tho river began to exhibited a hugo scar on his head, developed in Texas, in tho collection rise. A portion of tho party recrom which looked as though it might havo and utilizing of a gum considered ful The been made with a firo shovel. cd when the river rote two feet. Tho ly equal to the gum orabio of comto give up all for lost. An ovidcuco was considered satisfactory. guide began e merce. It is tho product of tbo empty boat sank. Tho remainder of tree, which is said to closely re It is not considered good form to tbo party finally crossed over when semble tho acacia of the East, from ask a young gentleman with a fob ribtho river roeeSOieet. Tho terror of which tho imported gum is obtained. bon if he is aware that tho end of his tho gay party may well bo Imagined. m. suspender is banging below bis vest. In Southampton, Virginia, there is Their joyous laughter suddenly chang A man loves when his judgmout aped to tho gloomiest forebodings. a child formed very much like a frog proves; n woman's judgment approves When tho guides despair, thoro is and partaking of tho amphibious when sho loves. of that animal. gravo cauno for alarm. hud-band- 's fifty-pouearly-ripening r -ex-crco rues-quit-na-tur- o A fruit man, who Iim tried tho evaporator, writes : It has been my object during tho past two years to savo tho fallen apples. Itisaehamo to sco the quantity of apples that lio and rot under our trees annually. It properly evaporated thoy will bring nn averaco prico ot ten cents per pound. I say "properly ovnporatcd." It docs not cost as much to put fruit If through evaporators as to sun-dr- y. rainy or cloudy weather occur when In process of drying by sun, much fruit Is lost. If the fruit has to lio out over night on scaflolds, as it almost always docs, tho moth deposits her egg and wormy fruit is tho result. Moro timo and greater troublo always ng result In any attempt at as compared with macluno evaporation. It has been only a secondary matter with me. At times nothing is done. In rainy weather I push it. As n result I had, last autumn, 4,500 pounds of evaporated apples in boxes of CO pounds each. Therowas not a worm or a sign of a worm. It was bo clean that tho good housewife nover thinks of washing tho fruit. In fact, to wash it would be improvident, as tho whole outc coat of tho apple slico Is covered with applo sugar, formed in tho process of evaporation. I havo no troublo in getting 10 cents per nd pound for thisnico fruit. A box, only tho size of a bushel measure, represents ten bushels tjf green apples, and can bo easily transported to any part of tho world. Now hero is 8150 worth of nico fruit that, except for tho evaporation, would It was nil mado havo gone to waste. falling npples. from Every thing that would keep was not evaporated. Tho sum obtained rep resent so much added to the value of Country Gentleman. the apple crop. i sun-dryi- CHURCH PIRKCTORT. CUt J3AHT ! . Delicate Subject. ;i STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, dignitary, whoso jurlsdio KTHODIHT.HOUTIf.-luyH. Hum, ! A church .J. rvoit'X'ii Ill tor. iVrtlcaTpryMtin.liTmornlnfiinil nlfhl. HT ,STANKOIUv KY., lion embraced a vast 'region of tho rrarorMpftlnpTluirihUj night, HumUjHcbool VIA LOUISVILLE at 9t0 A. M. J. H. hlnti, toiler In trn.Itnt, 'ih West, and afforded sovcral kinds of R n lllUr inn tiir Woman'lMlwIonary Kucletr mreta hero on thatat mmi-- ji Hunday in earn rnonin, ai a of lota. Alia. i. i, climate, was greeted by a clerical Datleaa, I'realilent. & MISSIS.SIPPI R. W, riKAt.ml J. M. llauca, Paator. Hertlree r. friend with no end of questions as BAITIST.-ltaami Fourth dundaya, uornlng and Monumerila, Meeting etery Welneeday afler they wero riding up town In a crowd llraililonea, night, l'raref !1 DAILY TRAINS 3 nmn. Hunday Pchool at SO a. m. IU K. narrow TaMeia, Ar. ed car. Inquiries spiritual wcro pour Warl.ln Work 8uprlnlenilenl. all klmla to Cinciniiiilil of Worahlplytha rongregailnn ed in at a rnpid rate, nnd then tho Louisville orally Merit CjTiTIWriAN. day. Preaching by Dr. J. W. Cut, ted ami aana on Klrat and Third Iird'i ilaya, rlumtay Nthool' KA8T AND NORTH, TDK matter of his temporal environment (actlun guarat 9 IS Jna. Vereraner, Xuperlnlendenl. anteed was tho subject oi iiitcimbn. Tho Free Turlor Cnri Mil Nut Djt tYch, Wltliod MlUTII -l- tT. I. H. McKl" atjjBWTHL(Imngt, I Hrkool at V). John W. Jl)llellYTKIllAN, malearurnlib-eMr. ' aprlrilBlLJtAtAaAWestern shepherd was speaking of tho Union l'rayer Healing on on applica4 4 DAILY TRAINS We.lnet.lay nlghla. 4 ly extremes oi tompcraturo to which tion. thoy wero subjected in tho district TiOiilNvillc o Ml. TiOitiM Suddonly his Now whero ho resided. AND TIIK WEST. York friend asked, "How docs your Slftplng On ami ! Com Iim IoHI. Imli Without Chung. wifo stand tho bent?" it 2 DAILY TRAINS counA peculiar look stole into tho dkalkb in of tho ecclesiastic from be- LoiiIstIIIo to Indianapolis, Clilcagn, tenance DKUGS, HOOKS, STATION EHY& FANCY ARTICLES. AMD TIIR NORTH yond tho Mississippi as ho quietly an fhyalclana' rrracrlptlona accurately compoundeil. Pliarmareullcal I'npatalloni aieclally. Through sworcd, "My wifo has been dead a Dr Coithei n.l ItMllnlnr Chtlr-Ct- r Without Chin... year." I'or Vnlilti(lnti, Knlllmnrr, 1'hllnilrl Tho iufelicity of mentioning nn ililn, Arn York unit tempcraturo in connection with Thlt I the Virr lint Itoute, m You Ilara No quango oi irtin. tho departed was too much for tho Thrtagh ny CoirliMOn ill Trill Hair Knickerbocker. Ho left at tho next o No Midnight Ubinite I corner. Harper's Drawer. A uu 01 ik1!. d PENNY , & McALISTER d llo-lo- n, H. G. RUPLEY, - ir-.r- If Gen. Abo Buford expect to run Wlihea to Inform hit IVitrona of (Stanford and rlflnlly that h. ha rrrcircl a newspaper and solicit tho patronago of nn intelligent public, ho should biro Goods, A Splendid Stock of and somo young man of liberal education Which he gunranteei to make up in urstclasi ityle. Satiifaotion i;nar to turn his outrageous sentences into anteed, or no tale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. in which decent English. Tho manner VorTltWU, Ititr., Time, Mai, Ae., apply to ho butchers tho Queen's English iu Ticket ARrnt-- t of t'oiiitprlliiB f.lnr. or his editorial articles in tho second co- aiiiima IIHO VN. Fonthrrn llrn-wAL, K. S. M. i: I'or. 4th and Main Ma , luniliflllr, Ky py of tho Turf, lloil and Gun, issued W. II HIIATTUO. W. W. FKAMlbY. this weck is perfectly awful nnd ho (Jen. ram, AgU, (len. rjui.it, rtntln nail. should bo indicted for murder in tho first degree. Such blundors nro en Cincinnati, New Orleans tirely inexcusablo in a man who sots & Texas Pacific up to edit a paper for tho instruction tho people, and to cars polito it is of Tho way in offenso unpardonable. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. which ho mixes up his "wo" nnd "I" ST 1 HIVE I 32 TILl23IIil33 In rjTrtt Aug 1., lift. nud "us" nnd "my" is perfectly exo II vnilirttucM Staple anil I'lincy C.roocrlcH, I'ulciit uml I'miilly CINCINNATI Nll'TIIKKN lUMMtiX. crnblc, nnd tho journalistic profession Iay Aeni Nlgt Flour, Meal. Ilacon anil Ijiril, Tolmcro and ClK'tr-M-, U'moiI (STATIONS. i:x. P.M. I'M should voto td send him back to tho i.M. on, aVIIlow ami Tlinrnrr, CJIuhh and (lucciiNiuiro. 'anuvl 41 stable and to the horso lot if ho shall l.re. CIntlnnatl.. 8 45, tit II8 10 a it (ooiN ol all lilndna Hprolall'. Itcnit'inlicr lliu plarv, Tli (leorg.town II continuo to disgraco the profession 8 40 IIM lilgton.....WM, u I? ittn 12 3 Nlchola.tlllo.. Corner Nlorc." fearful nbuso of tho moth U Mill 11 with such a 12 47 High llrlJto 10 W lilt 1! Ianillle......... Richmond Register. er tonguo. Junellon City IK arlOlt 1187 Arrive at SU toiil i lloara la A.ltfi of !? Olhrr Matt., tlitrttiy rmiilng nwre tlaia l.r ! maklagtliAngoorrart ami getting flrit iholra jjjet teal Inraraoftetineetlng line. 8" 3 S 0 'To Imllanaiiolla anil Chlraco, ami Hit only -rl.lo along 3 dllnegltlog Ui lroniu o ,tbe I horn ol Lalo Mlthlgan. Stanford, - - - Kentucky, i Fall Winter r Railway. St. Asaph Block, Stanford.. .. VI fli . M - iWW l'olnt liunnWe... H9 An Irish woman entered ono of tho ui I'M Ilokwoil ft-fa40 7 .Tl .... National Banks in Providenco tho Arr. tfrrln,: City ...... " 10 830 Chattanooga s t"-S- ? j .v S "iZ other day, and presented a check nt A M. 1' n a as, ft ooi 730 ChaltammipL...... tho cashier's desk. Tho cashier looked lite. Sprlug City. CO 7 01 IU TliNNriv Mill, oonlalaliii; lliu lalrMt and a 40 ar 7 40 IOCS ltockwooil. at her nnd said, politely: "Mndnrac, 1140. l'olnt Iliirailile.. lit I A. XI 2 18 Homer-you must gf t identified." "Faith, nn' K - 8 30 338 Junction City 8 401 Dantlllo. what's that?" "Why, you sec, you ill DIO 3 11 4 11 High IlrlljP. 811 CXI 438 833 KitlKUa'llle aro a straucer to me; I don't know nical anil Hour, Ih now Iu Tall operation. 4 05 708 8 08 For liiaiiiilacliirliiK lAztogioa g will urlnd for oligomer., fir (ho prrMOiil, on Tuoriday, iVod 43 you." "Will thin, I am proud to in S2 tleortetoirn....... 7W) 10 M 7 40 Arr. Ctotfiinatl iiCHilay, TliiirHiIuj, Frlilny anil Saluriliij-ofcacl- i uol(, and on trojucc mcsilf to ycz. My name's Sa- AI.AIIAMA UftUAT SoUfllUlN. I A. Court-Da- i n and nil oilier public day. 1'c Hollclt a liberal ralutro ry MacFHnn, an' I'm not ashamed of Lta. Chaltauortta... 900 " ..... . itaa of patroiitiKU mid ulll endeavor to elvw entire KiitUfitrllon. M" "Well, but you seo I cannot tell " Attalla 3 13 lllrmlngUiui.. " Tuaeatooaa ..., 838 whether vou are tho person whose lrr. .MirlJlMi .... .110 00 ' 3 30 ... i .....:. namo is on the check," said tho cash Ltc. MerlJIin " Tumilooaa. JIlglieHl eai.li prlec paid Tor Com, .. 8 87 AlaayH nn hand and for wale. . i .... 112 31 ier.too polito to toll her that perhaps sho " lllriitlngh.iii, " Atulla .... 2 50 Wheat. tVe. Ordern left at Mill promptly atteiulcd to. .... was lyiug about it. "An what did you Arr. Chattanooga . 830 VICKMUUKO ANU JIBttlOIAN. say I'must' do?" "Identify yourself. Meridian 10 M " Koreat Bring somo one hero who knows you." .. .12 30 " IlraoJon ! Z3I "Indodel An' who knows mo better " JackaoB 3M !" Arr. VIelilHirg. 420 than I knows mcsilf?" Tho cashier Lie. Vlekilurg...... j IM ... I Jaekwn UO 48 . .. .i paid the check without nnother word. llrandon..........,.., ....--. ... ,.... illS8 ., :. 41 -- ... Koreit...... 448 Tho case of Priscilla Clark isquoted Arr. Meridian. AND- vichcsiiuuo. niiuKVKixiitr aN4i by Lexington physicians as a most reLit. Vlekiburg.... ill v " Delu markable one. Her skull was crushed il30 330 Arr. Monroe.. .. .. with n stono somo two weeks ago, and Lre. Monroe .... 7 30 ; ...; I ..: ill 30 " Helta MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. a piece ot the skull was driven through Arr. Vickaburg- .1 i 2 00 ... tho dura mater into the substance of JOHN hCUriVV. I'. and Uen. Man 1n Sou. ii'y,llDrinoaii,uiiio; Hai just received a Full Line of- the brain and cut an artery in the 1'. A. Cln. Hou H't. t.. I wiwkin, 11.i. r ami ClnNnnatl, I) A. A. (t H. It'y. CaalUnomia.Tenn.; Suites, Clinmlicr Suites; also I'lieny Herts, Hu-I'eai- is, brain, from which tho blood spurted J. HAKOV, U ! A V A M. ify, Vlrkabunt, .mim., JUr. t jicui llili, u. l a. v., n. a . tVash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp so that tho surgeons could hardly work. H'y, Munroe. La. Stands, Corner brackets, Contci: Tables, Extension The heavy stono so crushed iu behind the eyeballs as to push them out of Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. their sockets forward, nnd they wcro I alio keep constantly on band a full line of Robes, Shroudi, Coffini and pushed back. Sho is now sitting up Caskets. I sell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call and seo me. in bed nnd is perfectly conscious and Urdersby telegraph promptly attended to. Her directs her household nflairs. SYMPTOMS OF A caeo is being written and will bo sent to surgical journal) if sho recovers. Iioasof Appotlto, nawola coativo. 1'aln in a Head, Kentucky has no reform school nnd the part, with dull actuation In tho bHck l'am uudor tbo Hhouldor blade, fullneaa aftor eating, with a dliln DEALER IN- sends its children to tho penitentiary ellnatlon to oxortlen of body or mind. Irritability of temper. Low aplrlta, vrltu of tho Stnto, whero thoy aro left to m feeling of having neglected lomt duty. Woarlnoaa, lHzxiuasa, l'lutterlng at tbo grow up with adult convicts. Ten Heart, Dole boloro tbo eyes. Yellow Hlln, ovor tho rigbt eye, under fifteen years old aro Headache generally fitful dreama, highly children lteatleasneas, with ' colorod Urlno, and UOIt.M. NIIOKN, IIOItNK Midi: .AII.N, now reported as serving terms in tho CONSTIPATION. State penitentiary. Ilia is poor Terr's TILLS aro ri)eclally niUpted to ucli cttieti one doe ellJCti such n clmnco economy for a rich Stnto like Ken ot fcellne nt tu uitunlth the uiTertjr. tucky, besides being n disgraco to her Tbr Inrreiun tk Atprll(r.ani1 nui tb bodr 10 Tnb on t'leali, lUus Uie iytm It nj byiht-i- Tnl Action on th SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, nciiirlalie.! civilization. j IlKrttTaT 4 ran u Hfular MltMiU ttrw Jirrv ducud. VziC9 3 ccttt. lurrux fcu, . Y. Nearly all tho southern papers chargo from two to ten dollars per HAIR EVAPORATORS.'MAYFIELD bend for announcing political candidelevators, Gray IUIlino Wmaviaa chanted toaUtwav ImbyailnEleapplirailunorthUUiric. ates. 'If that wero tho rulo in theso IIlack natural color, acta Jnatantanouualy, IIHold a y Drugglats, or ant by tiprew on receipt of II. parts, journalism would bo the best Ofl-IC33 MfHKAV alT NEW YOIIH. TTlMiU paying business iu tho world. .. inlWte (Pr. TCTT8 lilCAf. aull4 tunI.r.miU.. a.4 iuiu .Ilk. QUEENS WARE, QLAHSWARE, HARRIS REMEDY C0.,'!.K5IB,t I T.aaiaM ttvai atHK" M All it L, C3JBB IPROF.tURRIS'rASTIUE RE.UEDY Koinerrct ..... .,.. SOD 1 10 O l'A & . MwflmM WW LV. LW LWf - fj MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY . Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuir, &c, . . !,, .. M .., .! B. K. AAEAREN, -- m 1 ! ! . I'nrlor . TUTTS PILLS A TORPID LIVER. w m. ws&fSEam -- Shelf Hardware, Iron, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, lliins, water -- TUTT'S J DYE. Straw Guttors. Citlor Mills, Sorghuin Mills, - StovGSjTinwarej, Gri'ocei'ic.s9 -- Fruit Jars Xime, PLOTAT, Rooflmi. nniior. fOSQDEl-- j - aajaai JSjxK;, Also Wkxilx JiVrfrSI TLo Maarrt WM trim --Mi fbltichl luLtU LtbaHtlw III frtaataWf ktvl Aral liar (SrtViMi cuLiklv Comont, And &c. kcurttr U im li ! Ulil k. 1 lU.Ufi a bMabtli), ft ft. I v)aNali w ttft a oaii, aaUtH Is avr I 1, (Mii bjm&UIa (lUA( Uum itwaUaUla iai-- r !Hr4lU8.i ! I temnm f tM h lUt, lU4(.hbl lXa4 UOt 11hm u4 iuawW ( cart Mt J4 V fthaUaan, Kiul vakilii.Bll j !.- t. THE CHAMPIOIM STEEL tho- - is.rw RELIABLE FREE! SELF-CUR- OENV19TK OVilTKie VUXI.J.TA) lE,OW. in;, &c, done on short notice T. M. JOnNBTON. WALKEU MoKINNEY, taaMM1" "faty ISN4 E -- .. AAA -- ... A IITOmi prrarripiioo o wii. v, til. moalnoud and tucceaarul apKlallaia In Ih.U.b. 'now r.ilredi rortli.cur.of Xmrvou KeOif.il, auitx.ouu. weul lA.(JunAood, l'm fc.t UruggUiacautlllu. Splaln.aldudop-aa- . Addren BR. WARD 6 CO., Uultlaai. Ma. None claim a better Flow, but Iiodo to have an eaual. 1 j onwamon. fouavav haf aibtfi S alaU k ra Mrliu dlMftMl bl llm lllttatil, feklM af w '"ge fiver nnij uue, n. That billion ri UJUi lti ouiimnr, llw l"iiu.li.mutant, ami Iwwcll, Iivrr or ulr uro iirviluotHl by lum iiiuiuj mr uml liulb lllwlkijMl ami l.riunliil ir this lu oi lllinr., umirily llpH.lto'.ftiuiuiUi bjr iiy.Uluii. ImlomU taWe. m u Hiiwdy tut tho moiu xliiliy Wrens trU Like ftitvri4lr UaMwdialriic iritui.blb m.iU ttrmvtitihgtrHylr9.uvri4Hitt.-tlilrt4 11U Vu4WaUMaM4lWalfl U lklr ft I f WM. a ft. Adr4M, UlU JJt 11H. IV K. Bll ! ftU OVKU T1UHTV YKAHS. KMTAULUHLU tiwiti Atrtliu ! MrllI i Ilk urftuwt4lt WritL , UatwrrLtvat, hpUmiU au-irtiiwit-l!- . Cll r rtu M Ll4 .( Uiwf JlvbUltt trlJ JmpUy, OrcaaU TJfff?ffM i,ll,l lit N - VW 'M'Jtf 'IM1" aay il I W tr. i.aiif i a. 1 utii u 4lSil. I!, nl m; mm V.MT J SI v .1- - 'i JiYOUTH and MANHOOD AOUIDETOHrALTHWITM Tf , THE DISEASES Of In iitanriaM.1 uf Jwnuui rrualrailuu. VtuialalMuaM. ll;.xp.la, amlauliu Tom' li m rovi rl.lunl .uuiiiuou ut lliu klou.1, till t,n rlt s r un ur . baa In any lian.la, uia.Io auum uu.li tful cuna. 1 J44-- . Hut liav. baitltiil aidneiiriiur nit t tuuuiul plij.uiiui. lata )UWnl to thU anal auU luiwuinar- ... . ..V.I.U ..... s.h f. u... .u 1 .. i ... III., la. Ill .si ...U. II . ....!. .wm ,i.'w-k- h ,1" !! HJIIIVMJ ''" II III IIIIII.IVIIII' III... Ihill i.hIi.MI ha lu,, jiAJiTA.il liw.i iiwii la a uin'i .;;ir iu my prime. ' .'-muuciii' li)4 ail M.S. nnv in, iwi li Wa.li Ai.ann. hr J I filvvMrvlortii l7T.T7oo.7A Iim 1. IIAlllkuu r-- "" r IHoN li.Mi lu - my I A romtiliintton of TVd lujcturuf MroH,M'rHruiH llarkuMt riu.MjiliiiruM i a iHtlutnMg futm. lh uiilu prriiuratluu tiflroti thul will nut blutkrn llir tertli.tu tlitirtltimrlitliiiif ulhrr Iron irrj,irntloni. .rarliv, aua lu all iaitriiut.r li OUT MEDICINE. 1 UIIVaIIIllV..rUt...a,a Wt iX UyrA.lT li.uU'ully. Drawl!, uml Duller. ..u'.ii.tiAua irtu" ami Kl tell I a llth lluiu- 1'ilwi awla. Adur.ia Luk. tlrl( II THE PUBLISHER, Dox 2)4, Mllwaukta, Wli. .inia. uuturullifuUhfuHoHe ti ihilltjrMtteorvuH9 until uvrvuiit tfttrm,tnhlntiK ii tiHiitlcuLI to iltiiertitl llebllili, iMf of lilic. tilt, J'ruarmlluii of tlliiljr Juwer nnd impotence BY THE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 MANUFACTURED 1 N.MAIN SI Si, UUII. a i -