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VOLUME X.-NUM- I3E11 STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER Instances of pcoplo who writo nnd mako figures with lxitli hands aro by no means raro. In tho old Democrat ofiico, before tho partnership was dissolved ami tho Globclhmocral started, two accountants wcro employed who, in posting tho books, generally mado figures with tho left hand nnd posted the Items with tho right. A bookkeeper in one and n cashier in another largo wholesale house in St. Louis now work in tho same way, and n re porter on a morning paper writes with cither hand, nnd it is impossiblo to distinguish any difference in tho for mation of tho letters. A moro remarkablo instanco of dual faculties than any mentioned is that of a gentleman in this Mr. city Mr. K. C. Lackland. Lackland was forsomo time Treasurer of tho Fair Association and excited no little attention nnd remark nmong thoso who saw him using alternately cither hand in writing letters and meswero, howover, sages. Tho still moro astonished to sco him when in a hurry grasp n pen or pencil and writo rapidly with both hands, and would havo been yet moro amazed had they known that tho messages ho was at work on nt tho sarao lime wcro ad dressed to different pcoplo nnd entirely diflcrcntin chnracter. When not busy enough to employ both hands ho generally uses tho left, but tho character of the chirography is the same, and it is doubtful if bo himself knows tho difference. Ho does not seem to consider himself possessed of an unusual gift of talent, and would no doubt havo been much amused had ho heard the remark made by an acquaintace, who, after seeing him write two letters at once, confidentially informed a friend that he must havo his brains parted in tho middlo or be possessed of two sets. Tho science of medicine teaches that unusual mental straiu or activity correspondingly depresses the system physically, but the rule evidently docs not4 apply to Mr. Lack land. well-knowGlobe-Democra- t. Josh Billing! on Courting, W. T. P, WALTON, R. WALTON, .... ij3ii Editor and Proprietor Bu tinea Manager I'llbl Illicit Titnttnv il(f JYIilrtlM, ttu.no That A.NiviJr. Tht Da Approach tlio peoplo nro nil wailing for. Belli llrotlicrs' fix enormous railroad shows coming in a low tlaya. Tho big consolidation, which tho Belli IJroth-c- r havcclTcctcd of their various nmuso-moenterprises, nml which requires six colossal tcuts and thrca rings in which to exhibit its numberless great features and navel attractions, comes to Stanford, Friday, September 22. nt h tt and emphatic stylo Its straight-forwarof advertising, tho splendid reputation which prccodos it, and the high character of tho credentials it offers have operated to run Its stock way above par in tho public estimation and seems to boliovo its promises and is bound to see its wonders. By massing their six zoological collections tho management havo secured a me uagcrie beyond nil precedent in its magnitude and in its numbers of. living specimcus of strango and raro wild animals and curious birds; yot not coutent with this achievement, they havo added largely to their cataloguo during the winter juit past, including quite a number of animals that nro new to America. Tho pair of Iloyal Hippopotami, which excited such interest last season, and which wcro have inthen to bo creased many pounds in weight, and inches in staturt.and dimensions, and tho management aro strong in the belief that thoy will becomo happy ere tho season is over. Should such bo the cato it will be tho only of a hippojiotauius being born in America and will constitute tho old one and their ofT.priug tho standard zoological wonders of the day and age. Uullolo, captured in The snow-whit- e Dakota last February, the Aurochs, a recent importation from Lithuania, tho Created Camels, tho White Zebra, doublcd-horucWhito the five-toSeuegambiau Ithlnocortw, tho.Woolly Elephants, from tho Malay ArchipelaFather'i Completion, go, tho Abyssinian Vlacko Vark, anil Mr. Blanket sat looking at tho baby tho Malacca llaliirouesa nro features look in his eyes, f which can bo seen in no other collec- with n wistful trying to think of tho usual idiotic, tions. In tho magnificent parade which unmeaning aud unmeant things that takes place on the morning of tho day pcoplo say about new babies, nud at of exhibition will be introduced tho last, ns n spasm of originality, rebeautiful now natioual tableau of "Co- marked that " tho baby had its fathlumbia surrounded by her Court of er's complexion." Then all sat nud Beauty;" jn, which will bo presented looked at tho rich cardinal hues that lour of tho handsomest women in mado tho wrinkled countcnanco of tho unconscious infant glow liko a mounAmerica. tain sunset, and nobody said anything A Happy Neighborhood. 'Mr. Jones," began Smith, tho until n feeble voice from nn ndjoining other morning, as thoy met at tho room said : "It was n good thing that tho baby had it naturally, then, as it y corner to wait for tho car, ''is it necotoar that your son must required about fifteen years steady of three play .tho nccordcon until midnight practice, nnd tho scientific clubs nnd fivo political camsix nights h week?" "Not at all, Mr. Smith," was tho paigns to acquire it." Then a sad, smilo stolo over tho room again, prompt reply; "not any moro neces- quiet of thau it is for your daughter and only broken by the hard breathing sary tho baby's father, looking at tho therher beaux to sit on tho front steps mometer to sco what timo it was, seven nights per week and keep us 1 o'clock in tho morn- whilo Mr. Blanket, feeling that he awako until could ndd nothing to what had nlready ing." has n perfect been said, stole down tho stairs, softly 'My daughter, sir, whispering to himself about boiuo old right to havo a beau," "Aud my son, sir, has n legal right fool; but tho company couldn't catch tho name, nnd tho company didn't to play his accordoon !" "Gentlemen," began Mr. Thomas, know, whom ho meant. as he camo up, "I don't want to ofTo Cum: a Kickinm Cow. A fend you, for wo aro nil neighbors; but correspondent of tho llurul Nco York-c- r if you, Mr, Jones, would clean out having a kicking cow on which your alloy, nud you, Mr. Smith, moral suasion had been vainly tried, would poisau your nuiuanco of n dog, cured her of tho bad habit by judicI beliovo I would gain firo pouuds of ious uso ot tho mild weapon which fleih per week." Solomon hold in much esteem: "I "Hello, Thomas I" saluted Brown tied tho animal up by tho head (not from tho rear platform of tho car for legs), procured a good switch (not which thoy had waited, "I'vo been club), nnd proceeded to milk, and for wanting to seoyoufor n week past. every kick I turned ono good smart Your coufounded old horse stands blow with tho switch ou tho oflending and Btamps all night long, and nono leg. A fow kicks und blows sufficed of w can gt a wink 'of sleep. Just for that time. At tho next milking for a change, and to bo neighborly, only three or four blows wcrercquircd, suppose you knock him on tho head nud at tho third milking ono kick nnd with dn ax I" ono blow wcro sufficient, nnd ever afTho right of u woman past tho ago ter the oow was ns gcutlo as need be. uf 21 to marry whom siio pleases, has Threo important points nro to Ik objust been vindicated in Missouri. Tho served in tho above treatment: First, father of La'uraltobbs, aged 27, at- uniform kindnesj nud gentleness; setempted) to hold her tg continued serv- cond, uover striko a cow for kicking ice in tho paternal homo by locking wlieu looso in (ho yard, or sho will her up in a room when sho had made learn to run from you; third, only nuo a verbal contract to becomo tho wifo blow for each kick." of Geo. W Bishop. A writ of habeas No moro touching compliment corpus uulockod tho door, aud tho could Ini paid than that of tho child marriage took placo In splto of tho who had overheard a conversation at father's objections. tho table ou tho qualities of a wifo. Tho man who cheats tho printer out As he stooped over 'to kiss his mother of u singlo cent, will never reach tho ho remarked, "Mamma, when I get huaveuly laud where-- good Elijah big I'm going to marry n lady just 'xnctly liko you." Loxingtou Nows. went. ovo-rvltooval-mightod lull-growts d, far-ofxsi-tiveli Courting izin luxury, it !z salad, it iz iso water, it iz n bovcrldgo, it iz n pin spoil of tho soul, Tho man who hnz novor courted hnz lived in vain; ho hnz bin a blind man nmong land-sk- a ho haz bin n pes and wntcrsknpcs; dell man in tho land ov hand organs, nnd by tho sldo ov murmuring canals. Courting iz liko 2 liltlo springs ov soft water that stcnl out from under n rock at tho fut ov a mountain, and run down tho hill sido by side, singing and g dansing and spattering each uthcr, nnd frothing nnd kasknding, now hiding under bank, now full or suit, nnd now full ov shaddcr, till bimeby thnjino nnd then thagoslow. lam in favor ov long courting; it gives tho parties a chanco to find out cacli uth-er'- s trump kards, it iz good excrciso, and iz jist az inncrsent ns 2 merino Inmlts. Courting iz liko strawberries nnd cream, wants to bo did slow, then you git tho flavor. I havo saw folks git acquainted, fall in luv, git married, scttlo down, nud git tow wurk in tlireo weeks from dato. This iz jist tho wn sum folks larn a trade, and y nkounts for thogicat number mean machanics wo hav, nnd tho poor jobs tha turn out. Perhaps it is best i shud stato some good adviso to yung men who are about tow court with a final view to matrimony, az it waz. In tho first plaso, yung man, yu want tu got yure system all rite, and then find n yung woman who is willing tew bo courted ou tho square. The next thing iz tew find out how old sho iz, which- - yu can do hi asking her, and sho will sa that sho iz 19 years old, and this yu will find wont bo far from out of tho wa. Tho next best thing iz tow begin moderate, sa onso every nito in tho week for tho first six months, increasing tho doso ns tho patient seems tew require it. It is n fust rate wa tew court tho girl's mother n lectio on tho start, for there iz ono thing n woman 'never despises, nnd that iz a lectio good courting, if it iz dono strickly on tho fquaro. After tho fust year yu will begin to liko tho bizzincss. There is ono tiling i alwus advise, and that iz not to swop fotografls oftcucr than onto in 10 daze, unless you forget how the gal looks. A. II. Barnes, of this place, fights of! consumption by wearing a silver tube, which passes between tho ribs into tho lungs. In 18 19 Mr. Barnes, then living in Sycamore, DeKalb county, III., was declared nn incura ble consumptive. Tho lung was tapped nnd ho recovered. In 18G3 ho was again taken down by tho disease, when he onco moro resorted to tho tube nnd has worn it ever since. There is a daily dischargo of matter. Mr. Barnes is a man of very regular and temperate habits, does not use tabacco in any form nor stimulants of nny kind; hardly ever uses any medicine, oxcopting sometimes a little iron for the blood; is always feeling well when tho hole In his side Is open, sometimes feeling a heaviness there, but has got used to that. Tho case is certainly worthy of the special attention of med ical men. It seems to givo a man a new leaso of life, even when apparently as good as dead. When Mr. Barnes conceived tho idea of tapping his lungs, all tho physicians but ono scouted it as a thing that would provo Coatlvnnc, Kick Headache, Clironle l)lar rlxna, Jaundice, Impurity of tho IIUkmI, reverand Ague, Malaria, anil nil Disease canned lijr lift rangement of Liver, llowcli and Kidney. HYMITOMS OP A IlISEAflEO T.IVKlt. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora House Block, -- Stanford, Ky., with considerabl tote of memory, accompanied with a painful actuation of leaving undone aotntthing which ought lo hare been done, a llighl, dry cough and flushed face It sometime an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient complaint of weariness and dclilttjr, nervous, easily startled, feet cold or burning, tometimea a prickly sensation of the skin exists, spirits are low and despondent, and, although satisfied that eiercise would be bene. ficlat, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude 19 try It In fact, distrusts every remedy. Several Ulhe above symptoms attend she disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them existed, yet (lamination after death hat shown the Liver to have been catena! rely deranged. Had Ilruth , Pln In the bide, sometimes th tola It Ml under th ShouldeMJadc, mistaken for Rheumatism, general lota cf appetite. Ilowela ffenerallr cottire, sometime alternating wlthlai, in head ll troubled with pain, i dull and heavy, DrugM, IVhII JiiciiucniH, I'll I II (H, (HIM, isookm, IiltllipH, WIiich, MiiMchI 4'HmorH, iiiMiriuiiciifH, lyiKHrx, mitiioiicrj, Xeliiicco", iNohdh. Cuiitcry, I'erfmiicry, Mftclilim Fire Arm, l'Hcr. ir:A.JatanH in Our Jewclrr, Silverware ami I'ptlrnl (inotli Department U In Charge of Col. Tlios. Itlclianl.t, who will Repair Matches anil Clocks Promptly nml in the best gtyle. It alioulil be uacil lij all person", old and young, whenever any of tlio abate symptoms appear. Person Traveling or Living In Localities, by taking a dot occasionally to keep the Liver In healthy action, will avoid til Malaria, Illllnu attacks, Dimness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression of bplrltl, etc. It will Invlrorate like a glass of wine, but la no ln loilcatlnt; beverage If You havo eAten anything; hard ot digestion, or feu hAvy after meals, or aleep-lea- a at night, take a dot and you will be relieved. E. ' P. OWSLEY lias Just Opened a FJno Stook of Consisting of - AND - BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, p. fatal. Howover, he persuaded a Dr. Woodman to perform the operation. In 18C3 Mr. Barnes was in Honey Lako Valley, nnd was on tho brink of tho grave. Now, again, the resident physicians wero opposed to the idea of nn incision, nnd nfter repeated appeals for an operation, which were refused, Mr. Barnes borrowed a Ianco and cut Ho then insert open his sido himself. ed a catheter, and drawing off nearly a quart of matter, immediate relief The cough and expecto was found. ration stopped almost instantly, and Mr. Barnes was soon on his feet again. Thus ho has prolonged his life over thirty years. Reno (Nov.) Journal. A MINISTER'S And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effect,. Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my family (or some time, and I am satisfied It Is a valuable addition to the medical science. J. Gill Siiosth, Governor of Ala. Time and Doctors' 1II1U will be anted by alvrayi keeping the Regulator In the Ifotitet For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe pargatlTp, alterative and tonic can never be out of place. The remedy Is linrinlrsa and iloca not Interfere with business or pleasure. IT Is rrniKLY VEfinTAHT.K, A Governor Testimony. Nloo Lino of I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tbo Host Goods in tho Mnrkot.to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. TIM V. HIGGINS. Salesman. CARPETS.OIL CLOTHSiTRUWKS Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of (la., tart: Have derived some benefit from the use of Simmons Uvcr Regulator, and wish to girt it a further trial. pepsia, Uvcr Affection and Debility, but never have bund anjthing to benefit mc to the extent Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Minnesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who arc lm. ilarly affected to give It a trial at it teems the only thing that never fails to relieve. P. M. Janxit, Minneapolis, Minn. Dr. T. XT. Mason aayal From actual in the use of Simmons Liver Regulator in my practice I have been and am aatisacd lo use and prescribe it at a purgative medicine. " Tak- - only the Gennlne. which alwayt ' Wrapper the red Z Trade-Ma- rk "The only Tiling that never fall to Kelleve." f have used many rrmedics for Dys- PENNY & McALISTEK, TheLARGEST STOOK of WATOHES.OLOGKS, JEWELRY AND SlXVEmVAKE Ivor brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. "Watches, docks and Jewelry Repaired oa short notice, and Warranted, EXPEMMENT. A St. Louis preacher, never having tast ed whisky, bought half a gallon of & to study its effects in order tho better to describe them in the temperance sermon ho was preparing. To avoid publicity and accidents he locked himself in his study and threw the key out of the window. In less than an hour ho was sinking and dancing instead of writing; about 4 o'clock in rll f j. u. zi:ir.ijf ss co, 11V ALL DRUOC.ISTS C1IUIICII 1IIBECT0UT. .J. there is nothing to denote her sex save her nuburn hair, which hangs in wavy ringlets over her shoulders. She rides and uses the lasso as skillfully as a vaquero, and lives alono since her hnsband, a loveless scapegrace, left her bed and board a year and n half ago, taking several of her best Sho has no false delicacy horses. about her attire, but give) as a reason for wearing the breeches that sho has to do a man's work and finds it moro convenient to dress like one than to wear tho usual garb of her sex. She objects to paying poll tax, though tho assessor insists that she must do it if slto coutinuos to dress like a man. m B. Bins, morning and night. Sunday School at Sl'.OO a. at. J. 8. blma, superintendent. The Woman's Missionary Society meets here on the 1st Widow. An Independent Sunday In each month, at 3 o'clock. Mra. T. T. tiaricsa, rreaiueni. On a hay raucho of several hun J. M. BAPTIST. Rkv. FourthUiuca, Tour. Service dred acres, says tho Jfiniicmueea Sundays, morning and and night. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday aftertho widow (lYer.) Sifter Statu, lives noon. Sunuar tho afternoon he climbed out of his Superintendent. School at 8.30 A. at. U. E. Barrow Loveless, n remarkablo woman. Less window and slid down the lightning Worship by the congregation than tho medium height of her sex, rod, fell into a swill barrel, kissed a CUHISTIAN. day. Preacblnrbr Dr. J. W. Cox on First and Third Lord's days. Sunday School but muscular as a man, bIio carries on woman in the street, got licked by at 9.15. Jos. Severance, hupcrlatendent. Kev. 8. McEI-Jthe business of hay and cattlo rais- two men at different times, broke a TKESBYTEIIIAN, SOUTH. at 9.33.I. John W.L roy, pastor. Sunday School ing. Sho dresses in man's attire, and window, stole a dpg, sassed a police- Rout, Superintendent- - Union Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night. MCTHOW3T,SOUTII.-lUv- night. GROOE1R8, St. Asaplx .Blocik, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. If einlirnccH Stnplc ami Fancy Groccrlon, Patent mid Fuiully Flour, Meal, It neon ami Iarl, Tobacco am! Cigarx, H'ootl-ci- i, Willow and Tinware, GIush anil QuceiiHwarc. C'anncil Gootlf oi all Kinds a Hpcclall'. JSciiicniber the place, "The Corner Store." imiJemtnt 41 1 1 Totow grain in win laiul or any ordinary land no preparation i ntcJcd vherethi man and got run in. Tho Judge it tuetf; (tuijit'y drire inlolht field, and goto trori seeding. it to him most awfully thirty days but his church forgavo him EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., and took him back on his solemnly North-EaCorner of Main and Third StrceU, promising that he would hereafter dis & cuss the temperance question from a DANVILLE. - - KENTUCICS purely theoretical standpoint.-Hawk-ey- e. Combined Three First-Clas- s socked Excelsior Art Rooms HARROW, CULTIVATOR Implements TmES T .TgTfTVT SEEDER. in One. Having recently reltted my rooms with all of th modern liuproreaionu, 1 now hare the HiaiiECT BiunaB in thu Would. Tho higbes railroad bridge in tho world, now lieing constructed on tho extension of tho Bradford branch of the Now York, Lake IJrio aud Western Ilailroad, is now nearly half completed, and will no doubt be finished and trains crossing within six weeks.. Tho bridge spans a deep ravino, at the bottom of which flows tho Kinzua creek, situated iuMcKean county, IV, three miles from Alton, the present terminus ot tho Bradford branch. Tho structure, when finished, will bo 2,052 feet loug between abutments, and 302 feet high from tho surfaco of tho ground to tho base of tho rail. N. Y. Graphic. This is 26 fcot high or and 014 feet longer thau tho Ken tucky River Bridge of tho O. S. It. It, is not always that a married man Finest (Jallcry In Central Kentucky! Making the ltd and chtaiKtt implement ever jnoduced. An implement that f inditpeit'ablt in ivtry crop adthated. can bo soothed in his dying moments When you visit Danville, don't tall to tall and see Respectfully, by the thought that his widow will mt.ffv Ul-t- f EDWAIin II. FOX, wee at his grave; how enviable, Photographer Ky. Geological Survey therefore, was the fortuno of tho late lamented Thomas Smith, a colored STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, citizen of New Orleans, on whoso DEPOT ST., STANFORD, KY., grave seven of his widows recently 5, 6, WINE, wept in unison I Tho late lamented DXILKIIK Thomas had two other wives who did Monuuieuti, not participate in the watering operaUeadstone, Tablets, Ac, tion, but to have been loved to the Marble Work extent of tearfulness by seven womon of all kinds Sulkjr Harrow and The Albion neatly execui laasaslaistl should have made tho deceased happy Cstaaaasaav ted and For lei money tlum remind to obtain a grain drill, vhieh can only be ulilited in one crop guarbe had, uhieh teill jmt in all Lndt of small gram m the my bett manner enough to sit up in his coffin and exanteed. De- IhU implement ayi ti YBF!ySsk-"',tTsnelets time and vitn lex labor than the bent grain drill made. sign and bis superiority over tho male ult in Jr"f3Ht.aEsBanefcsaek on applicabystanders, many of whom probably tion. had wives who, if their tears ever SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL flowed whilo thinking of husbands, becauso their liege lords did not wept show any signs of dying at all. TTw.l iTiTuiTa .. . , iTrJ'l'lliliN.'itTc It (Spring-Too- th SJr F ly M. Muybridge, whaJias been so successful iu photographing the horse in motion, says there is no such a thing as a "dead heat" in horse races. He THfE GREAT NERVINE predicts that iu tho near future no raco hirul lutsinuistory It Is the rtmadv la or auy olhsr ie..lvlT rositlon of Tttlu and Lever whll at vork. of nny importance will be undertaken Salaful ilistftM as ty quirting the avrvts II pro relUf. Tlxn by dttuching the Sitdefyott Utire the bed Ifarroa in Me itvrld, one tint uill do wne uork II r.lL assistauco of photography I'alplllllion os t without the Atinma. in ouee tjoina our the ijruund than an oidinury harrow will in a dozen, benidet dvinu the uork aud llielrrlra Heart, Nliorlueuorillt-Hth- . uui use luliuwaislniv fatter und uith more ease. to determino tho winner of what might ertl hours lo eiwrlaac most iwuivuun. ir'iomu Itielr Wncncul :..- r.. IftlllTKIfS-- W-tSenator Hill's daughter, writing otherwise be called a "dead heat." llo for N'l ItltMJ 11IIK. Iruvntlie AM-lllTHKMtAN. just before her father's death to a t'umliKMHIIlnwl!" itdisiiiensell over the 1IUI.COMIIU.U.I..I Travelers deolare the hotel piauo to cnuutrr I'rKe.Hl, nl -r l ill rrvre-- t b friend in Now York, aud speaking of IV. II. tlllt:ill.i:v. ltMllirnrr. , ' I. O M r boss uuisance. It is much rS.Bll!Sflu,tBli his religious stato of mind,Baid : "His be the I I r I iruUr " Ask jour Uim.Ki more depraved than a brass band faith is sublime, as if dying grace any little girl can mako it go were given him. Ono of his thoughts, of a spiritual lifo is : 'If astray. It Is also open to every just written, a grain of corn will die aud then rise drummer that comes along aud soon again iu so much beauty, why may acquires the habit of being too noisy. not I die and then rise again iu iufiu- Methodists aro slowly losiug the old ito beauty and life? How h the last fashioned means of grace. The camp VBtfMVsaHBHtaftEB,3LaT'aa VsaajS?!'. slsJ " "? a greater mystery than tho first? And meetiug, which used, through its Ioslllou cf Twin and lover wlillo not lu uw. 1 oxceed tho grain of great nervous excitements, to send if inasmuch us After jjanthig your ervp, by reuioi r.g three tttlh you cum thoroughly pulterm the mil, eultnatt und dentrvy the vtedt in tint i om of tutu at a time, a thing that no other tultitator art7 do. com iu this lifo, why may I tint ox souls climbing up Ziou's hill, is uow Atfimt stuttd, Ann l nn iMjJeuimt that can be uttd in every crop tuttitxtled and one that it ceed it iu the now life? How can wo charged with being the urime cause e x'urinrr, cubic and teeti, get a in none by tiny other iuiiJeinent; durvlbs and tiuiJe limit tho power of Him who mado and often tho occasion of backsliding. and try it, 1J it due not da what we claim for it, we do not mint your money. This preparation I purely vrgetahl and free tho grain of com to livo again iu such and fruui all delrtrrluu or GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanfsrd. Ky. "Tho Chosen," a religious sect iu It Is absolutely certain dauiceruue substance, tu brlua; all kinds or worm ' What a beautiful newucss of life?' from iu huiuau sysleui. It It uot nauarallug to If. , WmfltRS, Agt., iMneader. Ky It. II. WKWKX, Agi., llichmond. Ay. Michigan, Is uot flourishing, as mem- th aaUiadily as they li, aud children will lake luittdrllcal stomal UJIEKX A WILLIAMS, Aqtt., lludonrilU, Ky. II will luolawi, which should simile, aud how forcibly does it con' rvOuuVivuJ ll tu 9vvty lioutekceper. I'arentacau bers worth over 83,000 have to divide I'plyVV with safety, and uirklliii( eye, happy Hon, 7. B. Montgomery'! Testimonial, I hatt eultirated my crop of ccmthii uaton with the vey the Christian's idea of the i minor Joyous tplrita will uncousdously tiprrw Albion Combined (Sdticator, Harm ami Htder and can my uitkoulheitatiun thut it it the bed tux; with their poorer brethren. th (rattud uf ilia little ou. It la iill tality of tho soul. l'utuplu werui kltltr that Is olrauul lo tak taeuly are harrow or eultitator I luux tur teen. Can jdow ten hot if com a day with all cat. llt doet its lata, and told by dealer at Tho 11. .VuufyowVry. of honwork ixrfeclly, and I can cheerfully recommend U lo my fanner friendt Onco loosen tho Metal threids cold, silver nud ccult. Try a bum. CO, Manufactured by C, I'JinaHh' bronze are woven in the uow woolen or, tho door to crimo aud tolly swings 'Jo tow'grain with thut Sealer no afrit hand in required to clean it from filth a Mutt all dout etto, aa Jriu Htrtmt, Lauittilll, Hu, studs imported for autumn, by the di itrr without flopping or getting off hit teat. easily. Fur ulii lu Hlsnlord by I'KHxr A McAustm. .. - e i I N 1 i ,,s&vWw.lrKI&'aa lailaaTT XrWOTME. ti 111 mux-pi- . latoh-string- s A pisr" eases M' ' Mm Friday Morning lesuo ot tlio Mattottc, pub lishetl In Lotiisville, contains n spied Tun last BOYLE COUNTY. - Septembor8,1882 EDITOR tin fttnlv1 E. BwAVSTF " JSL WALTON, did portrait of Hon. J. Proctor Knott, candidato for Governor. Mr. Knott commenced the canvass last Monday in Clark and according to tlio C--J captured that county. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. $120,71 1.12 I" i i . to I IV h '1 '. r V ' 1 -- Col. A. M.Swop, collected internal revenue Ist month. The Kentucky Court of Appeals li grunted women the right to set m Insurance agent. Cspt. Harry I. Todd has been elected warden of the Kentucky penitentiary In Robeson. Of Hon. P. B. Thompson place of Capt. W. S. Stone, resigned. the medical museum Jr., it says : "Not recorded on tho denyThe officials ofofthe theft of Qulteau' the itory Voted River and Harbor steal. skull, and characterlte It as an admiring against Robeson's Monitor steal thro' dodee of tome out." Of John D. "Whito it says: Chalmen and hit democratic opponent "A disgrace to Kentucky Republi- In Mississippi, pretended to want to fight a cans. Voted for tho River and Har- duel, but they took good pains to let it out officers could arrest them, If bor steal throughout. Is non compos sotliat the nccessnry. on ono point. Don't adapt means to There are COO caeca of Yellow ferer In to his ends. After getting in a steal Hrownsvllle. Texas, with an Increase of for a mountain tributary, ho found from 70 to 100 per day. The Mayor has that tho bill did not provido 'for the Issued a proclamation calling for aid for title to tho land on which dams and the destitute sufferers. closed to day. It has The canals wero to bo made. Tried four been open just 3G5 days, during which in nu amendment after times to get time 214 patients have been recelred of tho bill passed, but Cox and Holman which CG liafo died and 148 was discharg GARRARD COUNTY. Dodged ed as cured. Cov. Com. killed it by their objections. Lancaster. An official report places the number Holman'a amendment to tho Monitor The new county officers with the extho steal after it was of agrarian outrages in Ireland during the job, and voted for and sixty ception of sheriff took possesion of their incorporated in tho Naval Appropria- month of August at One hundred different office Monday. Gee, including one murder, ten cases of in tion bill. Matt. Adams, nn honest timidation und eighty-threThe Lancaster Male Academy under cases of send Prof. Irvine, has started out with CO pupils Democrat, will beat him out of his ing threatening letters. charge of boots this fall." The town of Somerset a few years ago on the roll. Mrs. Yantis has good spent a thousand dollars for a fire depart- Franklin Institute, and will have a Wi: see a number of our exchanges school. In the ment. The engine now lies rusting Nelson Builder and Clarence Walker, publishing tbo Louisvillo Exposition shed for want of exercise, the hose is rot are ten and useless, and the entire affair Is twojlttle bovs about seven years old, advertisement. Wonder if they in a wrestling match at Prof. Irdoing so at the same figures Aldcn & practically of no account. "PRAISE THE LORD." vine's school Tuesday, when Walker The Louisville Commercial tells of a threw Builder, breaking his arm near the Bro. of Cincinnati had tho gall to offer Indianai'OI.is, Imp, Sept. (itli, 1S8 t Dnir Interior: us: 83 for five insertions, which wo negro woman who swallowed a llizard and elbow. Mis Scotta Proctor, of Richmond, is I think I may truthfully write that In returned to them with tho endorsement after a year of horrible suffering died, visiting her sister, Mrs. Longfellow, at when a post mortem revealed that her that wo did not publish a paper for stomach was a. literal nest of lizzards and Franklin Institute. Miss Edith McKay, dianapolis is stirred to its depths at last. All acknowledge this, and many PRAISE fun. Wo wish our friends of tho press worms that had eaten through tho walls. of Midway, will assist Mrs. Yantis in her THE LORD for it. The toplo on tho would hold theso fellows to at least a At llarrodsburg yesterday, while the school. Miss Mattic Bourne for the past street, In lmlncss hons, in the street living rale, so that they would not new jailer was moving into the jail, Dick two years, the popular music teacher at cars, at the work bench, U this "easy way have tho cheek to raako such proposi- Chandler, a prisoner, charged with murder, the Institute will retain her position there of being saved." And the acceptance of made a daring escape. He broke an iron under the new management, much to the many of the distinctive points of tho tions as tho above. window and jumped gratification of a host of friends. Mrs. F. preaching, is general. Even those wlio bar in a second-storHon. John C. UNnnnwooD's long to tho ground, got a horse and dashed out O. Young lias returned from a visit to her shake their heads at some things, wish us talked-o- f parents in Fayette county. paper in Cincinnati is now a of town. well, and say God speed I The prospect of At the sale of Jno. I'd. Smith's The Democratic Congressional Cam fixed fact, and on the first of October an ahnndant harvest Is vciy clear. We and real estate near Bryantsville, arc trusting for n thousaqd at least. it will appear under the namo of tho patgn Committee has determined to send two or three men on to Maine with speeches, Wednesday, the farm of 232 acres sold to We have the TarVThcalro this week Daily News. It will be printed by a charging Chairman Keed of the Ifoue Ju Jno. W,Poor at $39.50 per acre. Aged with a paid up diciary Committte with fraud, and corrup mules at $123 to $175 per head; vcarling free of rent, Supt. ot tho Gis Company publishing company, furnishes lights gratis. Thie generosity on capital of 8200,000, which insures a tion in connection with the bills for the for steers $5 per cwt.; new corn $1.97 per bar-- , alio part of men who "make no pretenrel in field; horses at $50 to $120. With good long run even if it is not much feitureol Pacific Railroads. tions" as the terribly significant phrase is, patronized. The psper is to bo demoIhere have bein live men killed in the exception of the farm, which is well touches us deeply. This Theatro is not the order, tho pergonal difficulties in Green connty in the improved, and said to be one of the most one owned by Mr. English, but the Dickcratic of tho Siraon-pur- o in desirable places in the county, every thing son Bros, are the lessee. I wish that quality of tho Enquirer in that respect, last five months, and we are reliably formed that there are no less than a half, sold high. W. A. Bumside bought from "wheresoever this gospel is preached, this not being satisfactory to tho politicians dozen feuds existing between families there Mrs. R. M. Bradley, her residence on the that they have done shall be told as a meof that State. now, and the whole of them go hearily Stanford pike, now occupied by him for morial of them." The afternoon meeting's especially grow The editor of tho New York Sun armed, so as to be ready in cases of emer $1,500. A rather amusing fight took place in interest. The bascmentof the Meridian appreciates his proud position. An gency. Columbia Spectator. The Democratic Convention to nomi- here Tuesday between Zip Anderson and attempt was recently in ado to get him nate a candidate for Congress in the Ninth Jes. Huffman, a couple of negroes. Mar- SL Church is filled every afternoon, and the confessions varying from 25 to 10 are to allow the use of his name as the district met at Grayson, Carter county, shal Hardin had arrested a negro so drunk now in large part a definite noceptanoe of democratic candidato for Governor, yesterday. The candidates are James P. that he required the services of a pusher to Jesus for the "life more abundantly." Th but ho declined with thanks, adding Harbison, of Fleming; Thomas II. Payn-tei,- get him to jail. Jes was pushing the ne- way of holiness" Is no longer "spoken Greenup; Smith Hurt, of Bath, and gro along when Zip, who is a against," as at first, but hungry seekers that he prefered his position as editor man (some times), thinking Keene F. Pritchard, ot Boyd. At the last throng the place of attendance dally. to any office in the gift of the people Presidential election the democratic major- trying tg.reecue the prisoner, caught him PRAISE THE LORD. On this point and he would continue to make ity In the district was 717 over the united by the collar and threw him about twenty the LORD is teaching me a "more excelcrnora as usual. feet. At noon as Jes qui t spinning he prorepublican and greenback vote. lent way," and I am able to male it a Aiken and his son Felix have been arj posed slugging Zip, and got himself con much more simple thing than it was made Tue Tariff Commission which is now holding a session in Louisville, rested In Franklin, Ky., for conspiracy to siderably slugged before they could be for me years ago. "Let down the barn" U separated and the matter explained. my watchword now, and by Ged't sweet travels around tho country in two murder Circuit Clerk Wade and his two Oiiuer Fon a. Convention. At a sons. A man named W right had been en special Palace Coaches. Its members gaged to kill the three men at $100 a head. meeting of the Democratic County Com grace, I will keep them until tho feeblest lamb in all the flock may "go in and out get 810 per day and all such expenses Wright was paid half the money, and sta- mittee held in the town of Lancaster, Sept, and find pasture." I feel sure the blunder paid, to do nothing in the world but tioned himself near the town to assassinate Gth, 1882, pursuant to a call of the Demo of the "holiness movement" in late years stavo off, in tho interest of the repub- the Wades. He weakened and exposed cratic Congressional Committee held at is in mnking the "way of holiness" a more lican party, tho tariff issue which is the scheme, showing Aiken's gun loaded Danville, Aug. 31st, 1832, it is ordered difficult way than Scripture makoj it, so with buckshot, and the money paid him. that a Man Convention ba held otiatur-day- , that many have been hindered who would bound to tako n big part in future poSept. 10, at 2 o'clock, in the Court otherwise have entered. Just as sinners At the sale of the United States Cirlitical questions. cus at Louisville, Tuesday, elephants House in the town of Lancaster, Ky., for have been falsely taught have a ChrisThe Superior Court has been sworn brought from $3,500 to $4,000, hippopla-m- i, the purpose of selecting delegates to at- tian experience before they aro Christians, $3,000; tigers $S00; ibexes $50; kanga- tend the Convention held at Stanford, Ky., so the dear snints have been taught to have in but will not go regularly in to bu was roos $S0; monkey.$12 50 to $20; lions,$200 Sept., 20, for the purpose of 'electing a sanctified experiences beforo they aro sancbefore next Monday, siness to $S00; hyenas, $50; leopaix's, $300; candidate for Congress in the 8th Congres- tified. The result ha been disaster to decided by lot who should be tho pro camels, $150; bears, $310; yaks $25 Hamas, sional district. souls In botU oatet. A free gift, to lm tasiding Judge, and Judge Bowden got $100, Ac. and so on. liobbins, the manager, R. II. Tojiunson, Ciim'n. ken and enjoyed is all there is of both jus Job Robinson, Sec'y. tho longest straw. John M. Elliott, got most of the animals. The show did not Instead of tification and sanctificatlon. Paint Lick. nephew of the lato Judgo Elliott was pay the debts of tho concern by many this the saint has been taught to look at We aro beginning to need a good rain the pafcetnen nmrrenifer instead of JESUS, thousands of dollars. made Sergeant-at-Arras- . iu this section, as tho sinner under fals.e teaching, is told Railroad Meeting. Owi.vq to tho awkward manner in The young lady visitors of this village to look at his faith instead of JESUS, and At a mass meeting of the citizens of Adair were treated to a nice serenade on Tuesday is the school law in which of Jesus' lovo and in Co- night, conductedby PrcAesors 11. L. Wal bo sure of that, instead, county, Ky., held at tho doubt as to whether drawn thero was finished work. But for this, tho ranks of lumbia, Sept. 4, 1682, in the interest of a tho increase is to bo 3 or 2 cents. Tho proposed railroad to be built through this lace, W. I Barnes, Salem Wallace and holiness would long since have numbered Dr, J. C. Bogle. Their music was very many thousands more, and not have exciAttorney General's opinion was called county, from Stanford, Ky., to Gallatin, highly camp Hmented by the young ladles ted the comctime-- deserved hostility it has for and ho ruled that the evident in- Tcnn., supplying the link between the great Wo learn that in a difficulty on TuesAt best itvlll boa persecurailroad systems of the North and South, day, between Kb Cooler and Win. Pointer, encountered. tention of tho bill was for a ted thing this .full following ot Jesus, hut following proceedings were had : the that John Y. Yeakey, In trying to separate the illfficiiltlca need not he iiccdlesxlir mulOn motion, Hon. J. It. Illndman was them, was left minus a shirt and suspender tiplied as they havo been. result of tho Arkansas elec- made Chairman of the meeting. The and the last seen of him he waa wending his Infidelity lit" to bo met nt every turn tions is tho selection of a democratio On motion, Junius Hancock, II. A, Burway homeward, holdlngon tohln pants with here. Ingersolliim has taken a fearful Governor by nn increased majority ton and Tyler Suddarth were made Secre- a death-lik- e grip. Two pistol shots were hold. The sermon tho dear LORD gave and a legislaturo overwhelmingly of taries. fired by Cooler but no one was hurt me Iisl Sunday morning to meet the curOn motion, the following named gentlethe sarao faith. This insures Senator Jaa. L. Slaughter, a former merchant rent skepticism us advertised in the followmen were appointed on committee to draft Garland's return to the Scuato or resolutions: Ma. T. C. Winfrey, Sinclair of this place, returned on Monday, aftei an ing notice In The Vtit, n paper largely absence of three years In tho far West. Jas. patronized by tho working people, was some other good democrat. Wheat, 1IH , Capt. Levi Chllsou, Col. W. C. H. Burrows recently aeturned from Coloblessed to yntj many An exchango remarks that tho par- Turk ami Mr. C. C. Yates, who reiwrtcd rado. We are glad to welcome him back Jim.l.u the following resolutions! lanioUi, I have aslol don mill has begun to grind again. to the land of his nativity. Paint Lick has tn Dmr ioiltor lirenfll Ml HULL lir MDItt VUU IIIIHK i sin WimiEAH, There are parties proposing This is a mistake, it's thoeamoold grind to construct a railroad through this county; lieen honored the past wee with several afrslil taUm ilieiiuwtlwi fairly l would ratlitr ITCUCU (HI IIBAVBHI but it can only continue 11 months and whereas, they seem to bo earnestly young lady visitors, among the number are pushing forward the Imtlatqry steps in said the following; Misses Laura Smith, Stella To you, liul, by renunl, rsvieialxr, I will toll yu and 20 days more, praise the Lord. work: and whereas, it is the unanimous de Marktbury and Pattle Arnold, of Lancas- til I kuow slwul Ill.l.U o4 will www you, ujr cut of II, It you will do Uoil'sgruM, bow Iu sire of the people of this county that said rail is put down as a dead sure thing road should be constructed, and ttat those ter; Miss Clara Hack ley and Judith Hack-le- luo tbo phnwira or giving we a Utarloif at Ilia HORNINCI I'AUJC T1UAT!IB,BUNIAV of lower Garrard. They were visiting that the democrats will gain thrco who contemplate tho construction of said llllofi At 10K u'rtetk. Cwna cue Cuius all road should have all the facilities aflorded friends and relatives hero. wlxuaiul children. Bctvlota altu at Mine nUoa congressmen in Ohio this year. The them ajUfHOOU al So'olwk, that are in our power; therefore, Stewart Ferrlll sold his farm ell gsluidajr iiJibt.Buiidiy Sales. next Houso is going to be democratio lit it llttolud hy lltepeoiJe a Adair County of 225 acres, near here, to Ben Lear, at $30 and at iilgutsta o'clock in viont mtttimj aittemwed, 1 hat we declare and $35 per acre. T. Ramsey told hit storesigns are good for anything. if tho The Theatre was packed to hear it, nnd that we are willing to donate to those my mouth to say just to construct a railroad throuch this house here, now occupied by Warnlcutt, & the LORD opened e trials continuo to The county the right of way such as Is usually Pullina to R. M. Argo, for $125. John the right thing, I'UAIHKIIIM. drag along at Washington. Tho ca- acquired by such companies lor construc- Boalrlght, Indianapolis hr night is very attractiveof Madison county, near this ses are strong enough to convict a doz- tion of similar rueds, and that we extend village told hit farm of 100 acres to Hugh The wide streets, brilliantly lighted with to tlitin our most hearty in the en times, but tho farce will no doubt enterprise. Parks, of Garrard at $25 per acre. Mrs. gia and electricity, the broad very finest I have teen any where, au acquital of tho theives. end iu On motion, the resolutions at reported Elizabeth Mitchell told herfarinof 01 acres tho ople hurrying home or to thronged with on Paint Lick creek, to Wm.'fodd, of Madwere unanimously adopted. An argument in favor ot marriago On motion, the Louisville, Cincinnati and ison county, at $05 per acre. Mrs. Martha places of amusement or worship, or strollis given iu the vital statistics of Lou- Gallatin papers, the Columbia Spectator, Best sold her farm of 100 acres, ou White ing leisurely to look into the bwutlful of the uteres, altogether isville. So tar this year three singlo Stanford Imtkiuoh Jouhnal and Glasgow Lick creek, to E. Best, at $27,60 per acre ono feels as if In Chloago or New Yoik to, every one mar-riIhiut are requested to publish the proceed persons have dial UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT rather than In a town smaller by far than' ing of this meeting. , person. Sam, M. Burdett. Editor. Louisville. We aro trusting to be employ On motion, the meeting adjourned. is cd In harvesting great "'UP of souls. Iu F. L. Thompson's new Tjieiuj in a big split in tho republio-aJ, It. IIindman, Chairman. about complete and Is one of the best store- tills cify until near the end of St) plember. party and the chances are two to Junius IUnccmk, ) in favor of a democratio Governor He excU to move Into Then If the LORD will'to Cincinnati, rooms iu town. cue It, A, HuitTON, Secretaries. Omj. O. JIaknwi, liver Iu Jesus, Tvi.ku Huuiiaiitji, j It this week. iu New York aflcr tho next election. Tub Now York Sim devotes wbolo page to inform voters in each Congressional district how their mom hers either dodged or voted on tlio River and Harbor steal and on the Monitor job engineered by Roach and side-shopent-hous- e e y per-suii- al Parktrillt. Wednesday morning James Hayley came riding Into town pott haste for a physician, saying his mother, Mrs. Camden had been shot. Dr, Funk went out and dressed the wound. It seems Hayley and Alex Slnkhorn, a boy ID years old, had a difficulty, Hayley hit Sinkhorn with his hand, when Slnkhorn reached for an old musket ; Mrs. Camden Interfered when the gun was accidentally discharged, entire load passing through the muscle ot her arnt, causing an ugly and painful wound though not necessarily fatal. The Itouscjs again to the front. Shearln against ltousey. No blood shed. Slnkhorn shoots Ms grandmother, Mrs. Camden. Particulars as we get them about this way: Jasper Shearln, aged 21, and Geo. House, aged 35, have been at war some time, both going armed with pistols and guns continually. George Rousey was driving over tho Knobs 2 or 3 miles from this place Monday In asptlng wagon; suddenly a report was heard very near htm, the ball passed near him, so he thinks. His horse became almost un manageable and by the time ltousey re. covered fiom the shock no one could be seen. Shearin tells John Gordin, a friend of each party, that he and ltousey fired 3 or 4 shots at each other, ltousey denies this most emphatically. You need not be surprised to hear of either or both of them being killed at any time. H. There will lie a special term of tho Circuit Court (not tho "county" court, as your lyos In Tuesday's blue erroneously stated) held here on the oh Inst, for the trial of eqillty causes. The man who feeds other people's W Is asking 5 rents per pound for all the flesh he puts on the swine. Tlico figures strike the average pork consumer as being plenty small, and Indjoste that corn and park will both bo cheap enough for a jioor man. The prmnlest and happiest man almut Mt. Vernon this week Is Mr. James Martt tho clever, polito and accommodating-agen- t of the L. A N, R. It. It's a boy, ami the Gth day of Sept. SSH, will be the first anniversary of its birth. Jim is kept busy receiving congratulations from "all along the line." Tho London and Richmond Junction freight train has been having a lunl time this week. Monday two oars got off the track near Httel Patch, causing a delay of ten or twelve hours. Tuesday another ac cident between hero and Richmond Junction cali'iil another delay, so that the train due to paw hero going north Tuesday evening did not go by until Wednesday morning. The train was discontinued Wednes day to give the crew a chance to get sleep and rest. Anotrr PeorLR. Misses Ida and May Adamt leave for Harred'burg where they will enter Daughter's College Miss Claudn Pitman left Wednesday for Danville, where alio will attend school-Mrs- . Dr. H. W. Urowp and daughter, Iola, and Mr. J. II. Brown, of North Middle-tow- n, who havo been vlritlng friends and relativex in thin county, left for home Wednesday. Capt. Lumnl and Kellogg, of of the K. C., are hero this week. Mr. J. K. Vowels is in Louisville. Mcsrs, John Welch and John Vowels aro attending school atdethscmanc. Capt Geo. Roberts, of the L. A N. It. R, and ht wife nre visiting relitivcs in this county. Mr. J. D. Chandler is in Lebanon this week. OPERA HOUSE, 8TANI-01U- mOrKSMOlMI.. T, w; W. T. WALTON, Slfeof ItdMKHMMe Ktt - Proprlotor. Sn-try COD. vaaxon. St(Jse. !;iM(vwM( of Scaling isiparlly, IikIuiIIm giTlrry, rales la Bowl VAKNON, AJUrronrn3YH vv TjA.-v- , RTiHrniiii ... .... . ....-, T. W. A W wiimosi, vaixon, M a.t Office In Owsley A ton's new halMlng-- np italrt. , sttrsttloni. AdJrrvs A.TTOHNJ3V At LANCANTKIt, KY. It. O. KAUFFMAN, IjA-AV, JfTIttttXlYM LANCASTER,-- HOUNK! KENTUCKY Sriirosn Htsikt Mailer (Viinnitiatoiier and County Attorney. Will practice In all the Courts of (larrard and adjoining coiinlln and In the Court of Appeals. TifoMAaTTuTiiij, johx A t. imuiiNs, puopitiirroit. CLASS ltOTCJC 8TANF0III), Xr., Will practice In the Courts ot Ihla and adjoining In the Court of Alpcala. Omre In rounlleaand Oealey A (Son's new building-- up alalrs. Aa' t..aav, jil, rmST - In every psrlleulsr, Tli patronage, ol the public atkltrd, and Mlhfattlon guanatted. lll-t- fl 3 ALEX. ANDEltHON, SMALL FA1UIF0II SALE. IUt1b moved la Nkholatvltlt, I will sell my Farm, ronltlulng slwil UANVILI.K, KY., Will practice In the Courts of Royle and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeale. Ar x.aav, . MABTKHHON l'BVTON, anu aianman iMra.aTrouTT. LIIIKHTY, KY. ONE HUNDRED ACRES On in Psnvllto.t Hlanfsrd like, strfmt H mile from InT!ll. Tli la In a seal stile of Willi vtlhm; all In iraaev,iplshetit Manes; that to Bfl In twill jtrala. The lioune la In food rrpalr sn.l contains 7 looms, aho pantry, rfilern at the doof , Mnoie-hetii- e, fleetf -- ptl, alUnnnt-tmost Dew tarn, rorn-crlrom-hand m Mrs fruit el evrry drerrtpllen aa any one wants- - aptilfa, peart, plums, ther-rtgrapes, damaent, alnHHt any thing ynu may rail for. llrntref alwk water fn elf hi or tehftej-nouaone mllefreM btaektniltli ahep, two nitlea from water mill. Iiislrewlngly helthy tdaee tut Will practice In all the Courts of Cawr aad adjoining muntlea, and In the Court of Appeala. eitSo given r.fS"'rierre'a .tore. totollecllons. Office ever It. T. 4n Dlt. J. HTANIDItll, O. OAitrKNTEIt, ... fb. KKNT0CKY OfSceover Itolt. 8. Lylle's store. OAlce hours from S Io SX and 7 to t r. x. the ileriera. InlSjixia never atd if durlra Ullt. I rafer you le Men. T. M. Ullird, II. .M. IJnney, W. Il.llrnttt; alao 8am Johnion, wIhi Urea on the plare, and Thomas Melrall, Btanlord. Address S0 SJeH J. J. WILSON, WJJJN'X'IH'r. OAca and Itcaldence, t)pr Main ttmti BTANPOHIl, KY, ML ; JOHN tft:r!Al.r. MleholHvllle, Ky. HUIIC3KUN Hotel. X.EB F. HUFFMAN. nTANKOftl), KY. lJ3rV'l'IMr, o eeors ahovs O. Stanford Female College. STAM'Oltl), With KY. Pui.Nlirou. Oxlds (las sdmtnliUred when Ita. 0.1tV,u"!,,,J? M' Myers II. O. 1 a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL THE HRANCHHd OK A This Inetlhillen will open III Thirteenth Pension oh the M Monday In Prptruibcr next. l- Will eleach month, from Sr.t Monday lienlal room. In HI luhh ...,.., n- -IIaI.I u.v. tl ..!...r m ... u. n...... UriH. P. iSeealgn. AtUnraiter two weekaofeacb month Iroia third Monday Iolal room. In Mason House. 1 iui. uiiiuu. vam gi.e aiioiini.iereu wbsn naceeury. 4C2.II SWraU waarvrriMT. - u,..r..j MOltOAN, D. I). THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUnSE Are tauihl, aa well aa Q UU8IU, TUB LANQUAUKH, DHAW-INAND TAINTING. PO TAXES TO ! TAXES OK LINCOLN !! The TERMS MODERATE. fi; 10 iw in in m i union, priree range rrem Intermedials rrdulsr Iearloirnts. rrlmiry, and ColUlte, ISO. 1'reparatoJT, l, is l. taxes have now twendue me aluee JueeSIn forlssx. Aaiooil all have got the money In the hank doing tli.m Horn,!, I aakthelax payers to come and aellle Iion't tMnk Urau you aregwl that we don't want yeur taxes. The earlier we get men, the Utltr We then the Ux of r.-payin- g know who to prcee. Meet me or ray Deputy al MIII.lgevlllelpleraWr 9, and on Saturday, 8iw letulicr 2, al (rah OrcluH at Htanlord at all 7S-tleiea. Till: CO.i-- For fuU rxrtlcuUra, at to Hoard, Ac, adJrtta MILS. H. V, TKtTi:iir..Itr, Principal, Stanford, Unroln Co.,lty. J. .. nKXEI'KI'.H.Lt'. THIRTY L R. H. TO- TOR THE NEXT -- W DAYS, WILt SKLL nr ran -- THE MOST DEUIIUBLK T.OIITB BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, CINCINNATI! And decidedly the Popnlar Itmite, sflerJIn;, aa It dee, lMchafjMBd anperler nerommodallent ts Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, lav iwiHi grinvniiiHi n ei. in lavi. 11 j eeote whittle a trip in any dtrertlen, your lotereet win te neeiaervtu dt Mireha.inf rour iieaeia via K. t and Cincinnati. 2 Train, eaeli way 2; full aaan I'aJaeelaiii Hleaant New lar Coaehca. and handMeiily rurniahed itecllninit Chair Or. leriril ine himbum (.micmenia oi inta inu iwnvir. mereby uaatlcita inp over inis line one oi mxu-rleu- a comfort and pleasure. Try it. TtMK TAULU, IN llFrKOT MAY II. 1112. So. 1 I No1.' "Ho 1 olttll. BK3 DRY GOODS NOTIONS! 20 PER CENT. BELOW 71-- st COST I This Is no adverll.lng dodge. Three gauds must ell to make room lor another line ofguude already purebaard. Ikm'1 Uke ur word lor It. but couie and aoe for youreell, MrAI.INTKK sL-- HKIIIIIT. EXECUTOR'S SALE! ontheUSil Ilisy of Keit., ISiH'J, sell to the hlgbeel bidder, the r'arm on which dervlent Heed, containing Arm of productive lanJ, wild eree 01 UN romwriaoie iwprovenienia, aiM lying near the shove. Theae laoda are In inul w. kuwwi (iinn.r., ri,,iWMww, twifruirat Ac. I alx sell at the .awe time the fellowlag erannally IS Urrtl. of Corn, aleut 43 huihrla Mare, of Wheat, 2. tula id liar, 00 Aa Executor of Jamee It Paraooa. decM. I will Lt. 11 Ju.ct " l'arta Irr. !.extn(t6A. Lrc ratinouth. . Cynthiena. Covlngtm . 1 ) II IS 6 0 M Uw M p i am 2 IS p in I K p li S? Arr. M'lMMter.. 11 ItLeUwIloj. " Asfcbad . .. " JlMtlnxUn- -. North. I.re. 7 M p in m 7 W p iu 3 26 i in B JO P HI 8 J9 p ni pit IS SI m v ni i bu.iii im II ni al p ii n in iM 79 lllns in No. J. CM a in S IB No. I. 1 mi ta -f I No.o. 9 " Winchester Arr. LeslBfaofi- Lve Loilnstoo. " rail. . " rynthlan. 11 " AMJ-- .. HunURtn. . It It III IMltl sat l in S I IB M ' 111 CM a m Kslioouth 6 1ft p in 11 41 a in a in Arr Covington MAVUVIIXI! DIVISION. o.lB l.r. Lexington ft pm. Arr. Maya Till Mpni No. 14 " MayavllleSilain. " Lexington t Stain No. IS " Parts S SO a in. Mayitllle t lOam No. It ' Mayavllleltsapm " I'aria 3, Lex. 7 put !HiK I )Miu 4 14 p p pin HI HI S 7 7 SSI a li II in M a io M a in l 3.C00 cut Hhloglee, I hlg Plow, I Haddle, it. TxaMC -- The ptiaonalty will heaold on a credit of three month., Willi Inlereat on all aujia nver SIS: under that arnoJBt, cl.h. The land ll l rd sold for eaab tharemaluder to m iald In S and 12 months. r.ual Inatallrasnts, and to rale otC crcoU lar Inlereat at thewill he rniulred of from date. Appioent aeceilty purchaMr rtonal, and a lieu retained on 00 both rral and the land ler tba purchaee money, habi to take place 00 the premiere. I.Y.N.X, J, Kxwutor. f. IIHiu 9 00 a iu SB ST.ASAPHHOTEL illitln St., NtHiifonl, Ky. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 if it Trains No. 1 and 2 tun dally, all others dally except Sunday, bpeclal Italea to hinleranla. For tickets, ralea and Infuriaallon Kitaliilnftu lime connection., Ac , rail on or addrtwa 8. T. oWirT, Ant, Lexington. CHAS. L 1IIM1WN, O I A 1 A. J. I). ELLISON, Oen'l Man.j.r. BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Traveleni. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Railway. WIIIMIEeffect 0?I.IBIXalBI III Aug!., 1W2. I Lave recently Court-hous- 153 taken charge of this house and intend to hare accommodations. first-class e CINCINNATI HOUT1IKKN DlVIolON. (STATIONS. Lve. Hay Hx. A.M. Aciu P.M. Nlgt Ki. r.M. SS CO MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BUItNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Ilotol still Maintains its High Imputation, ANU High Urldgu........ Danville .. Junction. City ' Soniwset lVint iluniiaa....,. ltackwood ' Spring City .. Arr. Chattanooga I Ocvrgctuwu. ....... ' ClnciHntl..... ' lxinton ...... .... NlchsUatlllo... Ills S4) MM 8 30 8 40 Hit 1110 ........ 'J 1117 ID OS 110 1 24 arid IS . 3 00 A.M. 750 IvfiK 7 B3S IQSS DM uie Hi St" vis 11 12 12 US7 220 0(C C40 S30 P.M. 2S4 It 47 (rt 2 Its Proprietor is Determined that bo it Shall Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Atten- tton to Comfort of their Quests. x.n. Lve. P.M. ' 8pringClty lUwkwuo-l- . Cualtanmg. . " l'olnt llnrwlde huwrrtl. Juneliwi Clty Dwivlllu.. llltlillrl.lt. Nkeholasving 11 ............. .. .... . .... .. . U4Q 10 A.M. SSS 4M 4 3fe 5 &j &0$ I'M 7 80 7 03 KM g 40 ar 7 43 10 UK SHIrSSo 'ill S 40 CIO Sll 7 7 SIS SSS 8 41 4 11 4 SS S OS Baik-ag-e IK tit Arr. Ctntlnnatl " OS (luergolown. .... 700 38 SVtf 10'JS 7 40 will be eoaieved te sad rreaa Uedepet free ofcharts. Special acconiaaodstloaa te toL'eaiaaerrlallisvelera. The Uar wlllke alnays baplied with the ckolreat breads of l.laeora and Cigars. AT.A1IAMA (IKBATbOUTHUKN. Lve. Chattanooga.. TlL SOU AVM. DAUGHE11TY loDaugherty A It y, kp Arr. Meridian " Atlalla . " lllrHtlugluiu..., " Tuaealouel ..., USA SIS Buccrssoi Holuiea, .. ..... 10 SSS 00 I Lve. Meridian " TuMvIooea 735 V 8TAM)HI, . . KKNTUOKY, MiNuriirruaxrs or Star-Rout- - Arr. ChatlalMtta .. VlCKgUUItli AND MjjBUUAN, Lve. Meridian.. " rvreat ......, " ItroaJoe. ..... I Arr. Vlctstwirg".' Lve. VicttiMirg. " JJIruilnguau...... ' AtlalU. 12 21 2 50 SSO Fine Carriages, Buggies, .TV.. tide-wnlk- Arr. Slwldiaa " Jaekaon " llreudon. ' IWe.t .., . 4 20 10 41 vicmnuHu, aiiuuvBPOitT anu PAuifig. Lve. VlcUkurg "! Arr. MoHFwr.. mass Me44 ii, .. ,. i 112a 141 44S I I I I see M e tut eeaeoa show-windo- IsnstaMSi IU). TToT 12)10 SSO al u store-hous- e V lAe. Meartie.. 730 I so 2VO Arr. JOIIN tOOrr, Y. p. and Uen. Man. tan. Hou. lfy,CInslnutl,Oht; K. P. WIION,0. F.and 1'. A. OU. Bou. Wr. On dumtl, O4 II, COLL. illlAN. 0. 1. A. A.t), S. IPr. Obittaiio.1(a,Tliuj J. 1IAIIBV, 0 P. A' V, a'm. IEIE AND PHAETONS, WAGONS ""aTl KINDS. mim.i jOi: v. siuiiiuiitn. i a. v.. u.r ll'y, Mvnrue, La p. Weuauuraclure Carrlagea of all deKrlpllons, employing only drel-claworkuieu sad uilog only artl-ila- u material, aud sell at reaaouahle Sgureaalyle, workuauahluand material oooild-- J. WM, HAUUllKKTir. lll LM 4T f fi- - 1' ft ti fc of the HUnford Male will liegln the third n'i. Monday In September Thoe who expect Qa?W.DtT2TiOiaZ),fccYF Fob Itr.VT -- The Jm. N.DaU store to pMronlre the chool r earneitly to rend their children or ward the hnure, till Janil Apply to 1& 1 fi 'Friday Mgblng, of the emlon, September 8, 1882 illarroir. i Pit day A !.rrri.K on of Col. J, W. Weatherford Call for Mats Mettwg, L 4 H. 10CALTIME CARD. had two of hi finger cut off by a cutting- The Democracy of thia county are box a few day a I nee. to amcmlde in Man Convention ( j ..r.M J Mm '" Boutb . In Stanford, at M r.M. I, A mis, call and examine the Itgnt run- the ning Kew I rem Hewing Machine, the bent Batiirday, Sept. lfith, to appoint delegate LOCAL NOTICCS. In the world, for aale at Clienault, Herer- - to the Convention to be held here on the IJuV I'AlNpi of l'tnny rt McAlister. 20th" to nominate n candidate for Congrcnt. nn?e A CoV. Kr.r.vr.M rou.tM HiiRar for $l at McAl Vf. Welch, Ch'rn. Isle r A Ilriglit's. "Li" iUi.r, who killed Jefltraon Ilob. Fine oil paintings, Just rcccired at Jlfi' ard n Mercer, Kunday, after an examlor MARRIAGES. Robert A Rugan, ing inni 01 iwo nay; wa field ror morilcr Iter. 1.8. McKlroy made one fieah of Nr.w stock of Jewelry ami Hllvriware at wllliout hail, ,, , , , Htephena, loom Ikm of the Mr. Thorn i . j wve,iyjB.eaea Last Noriog. All account duo Hale A Stanford Woolen Mill and Ml Jennie Ikaullful linen ol latrst Iwi stationery, Nlinnelley not rctlled by Feplemlier IQlli, Fo'ter, at the hnue of Wm. Fouler, laat at Mcltoixrt A SHirr'o. 1'llUlT Jaiw in anr slrlc nml at Tour will be placc(Un .tho hand of an.oflicer. nlihlatTiSO. price al MoAHtT?r.alwiiM.ji -- Mr, Will Murphy a young man of 23, , A.T.Nunnelfir. I Uool livrut ol TenrTy Tea will linu llic Deal I am PLi.wn UureToilinly Coal, amt and'Mii Janie Vanarailal), a pretty maid-o- f In the cltj at A McAllslerV 17, came to town yeaterday on matrimoWatch m, Clock and Jewelry repaired my friend and everybody tlec, will find It ny lient and were "oon made one by hi to their Intercit to ace me before buying ami warranto! by l'enny A McAlister. Honor. Jiidg llrown, W. K. Varnon l'AI.U lot of ZeicUr'a hlioeajitit rettlr their winter aOpplica T.'J).KewlMd. tood up willifihe couple and"acted aa beat fil and tomato at AHIU rjlfenk. r Kstiiik fall,tocic Wdry good, boot mtn5 ' hoc, Ac , will be received and ready lobe .Mc A lister ft Hriglii. kel price in cash paid, RELIOIOUS. l'UHR Allien Fruit Vinegar, beet In tlie ihown to the trade by b'eptember 12 at Tin I'r'edcsllnarian Ilaptlst will hold world, for rate only hj McA lister & Hrlglit. Itobl S. Lylle'. Call early and get firat their Association al Walnut Flat, beginYou will find tlio bent and choice. . 7 ' i cenli) clear in town at l'enny A McAlii ning on the loth and closing on the 17th. ' JW I.ANlfHAM, a former citizen of thia ter'a. Kev. J. M. Ilruce'a meeting al Crab J. II. A H. II. Shanks are receiving and place and for aome time In the employ Orchard i progressing very favorably. The ope ning a fine line of fall and winter goods of Ihe revenue dejiartmenl ha lo hi attendance I large and- - tlie interest great. I Cailn(!,sefhe.iri,j jr mind, wo are toid, and will hajo.to lie Four addition to yesterdayv ami irciliest rtndlei and Ft))itliporrt beat fruits, tropical and home grown, al- taken to tho aylum, an worker, Ilro. That great Sunday-nchoo- l ways so to McAlister A Ilrigbt's. Lunatic Depulr (J. 8. Carpenter took J. II. Hopiier, waa here this week and ' us a new series of book for the Personal " , to the Lexington aayjtliij Wednemlaj, Mer thow$d ttl'rjlr, aged l2,from IrT? Huitonvine" children. They are known a the Ilobert Mm K, H. Ilastin returned yesterday Italke Serie and each volume contain an neighborhood. FlnincUJ' embarrrMuitnt from Illinois, "" Interesting story to the little folk. They fatieil hi inental derangement. Wwi.by Ifoux lias rune id Tlit Mrw, - ... retail at the Jo price 'of ten cent for .1 Limit U QUIT! parly, and notjiTcry orderly about 'i"i0 page of reading matter. nniivi-ni L'...l...-- iitx. . m w Mr. Dii. WVllurMAjror Xanciir? ini Alhfr.aclnitf IhlTe Tue.Iay LAHO, STOCK AND CROP. and are ljkely to pay dear for the fun, ter, waa In lown Tuesday. , ri-APtRmhw; fclurnfcUrbin them and will InAndyXiwan bought 17 nice calvt at " Ilrifckiyn.lT.T, yesterday. dict the whole party a "lire n Circuit $21. . 4id :IUjf Court convene. Mim JtNKicKiciitABne A. A J. Traylor sold to iteub. Harris, fine'hclfer for $160. They averaged lltssle, went to Ijinca'ter, yesterday. Till: Director of the Firtt National three JtJIHIK AM) MlH J. M. I'lllIJM hate 3,270 , liiet.Wednexday, aminfle"r"'o$ttor Tllt tS frlAd.. J J!nk Borleto,ltlcn'rn6ndn A 7gan county farmer mat John ing Ihoclecllori of officer till the 18lh Miu.'dro. II. IIhuck haa gone to visit inal , ordered that the McAlister1 ear of corn just 100 grains. It r pay licrjMittr, Mr. Itoyston, al llyaltstilla. Xationaf hank ongr Mora that lad 1,400, Into the Several! Fayette county farmers have ilT,60 per cent of their aubacriptlon. to tlie opcninK of Ilia Kxpoiition. refused $100 per acre for' the tobacco crop -a i.. Mil. Jlr.snY M'iimn lias taken tlie Tun Somerset National Hank ia the beat in the field. poiUicnof clerk, for J. II.&H. H.Slianks. paying iolllolln of tho lied in trfeBtato. A. number of Madison farmer are Mitt. J. K.'MlCiW, of It ha only JCO.OOO capital and yet iu storing th'eir wheat in 'preference to taking fund amount to $33,000 and Ita Indi- 85 cent for it. Mt. Vernon, hare been Tiilin Iiero llii week. vidual depolU to $100,!IGP?( 3 year old Fon Sale. A thorough-bred- , while ita no. W. VUtUT took lilt dauKliter, Mn. J loanjaud diacount foot up J159..T.15 82 bull, a beautiful red. Apply to J. M. Mim Huiie, to llcllwood Hemlnary, al . 3t J. T. IlAimif), at hi Meat and Irovia-io- n llrown, McKinney.. Tiifmlty. Carpenter, of At the Pari Fair J. C'Ai--t; Store, wilt open the Fitli And Pyster Mm JIIIniiNx Kr.u.KV and and i this cjuntv. too Withe premium on a Capt Oalftei) Craig lure returned from market on th Iot.t and, will tell old stallion. thevb(t at rcAncnabte price. He alo Itockcutll h'p'l"P'' l Uichard Wliilasold to S. W.Givens ell ice and keep the Commercial Hotel, Mihhm Ma(iuic,Maiiv and Jennie 23 bead of Jackson county yearling cattle Walktu, of (iarrard county, ixro eueUgf where every body I treated right., Call al lucent; weight 0S8 pounds. and aee. their aunlMraj. CJIayJ. ) ( J ' s Charles Marshall, of .Mt uaruiel, sold Miki I'.Lru I)o6nn, onr handoMe Keuii Wallace, colored, under to John A. Thomiwon, of .Montgomery and amiable Crab Orchard oorcipondent, for obtaining a ling of meal fr6m the county', sixteen bead of old mule rlailne MiMHillle (liecu. Lincoln Mills on f!o proteiuc. It ap- - at,$115 )r head. , Mim Alma. Jloyuir, .Cjf'Kiuhjrllle, pom that he learned that Col. ita J Seaxly r- -J. M. Hall sold to Uui cCormack III,wlio la to tithe'Uif.tlPg'jt,jn the 'lnydlefl iich a bag tticrt anil n fcre'enl- - 16Teweat$i58; to Craig Lynn & heifer, Female Collese, arrirjd Teilerday, ing that he had been acnt for it, got it and weighing together 3,300 at S cents, and 1 MikdMoixie 11 Hkazlkv ln returned diiKicd of it In another negro. milk cqw to Mooroc Smith at $li5. -- . from Lexington, where alietook the premiJliani. Mr. Henry Olbon, for many 0, W, (Jcntry baa bouglit of Gabe crochet work, um otLtheuest rkotncu.of 109 acre for $0,000, Mii Sallic Cook, llettie Dryo and year l'rcident of tho Komeret National Oaine to hi farm ofacre. It lie some Ave equal $51 22 per Dollle Wllliaua, three of IIiiK.oiiTilleV Hank and who lis bien Identified whb mHcYfroin town and I well improved. beautier, were ?!iling relatlrea here thia nearly every enlerpri'ltoking to the A!.lKelnil sold n a Knntliorn nartv building up of hia toVnietl at hit home week. mare for $175 and $200. The ., I..!. 2 t year-olMu. It. V.. 0ri.rviTlsltingrelatlTe( lit. 5.r l..i I from a mare which sold at same here. He id In the (ock buiiavf in with hicU 1)1 had lonVtbeei aflllcled. He latter and ha aouie of tic Cneal Southdown wa a gooilmau and fotacrfc will feel lila age for $700 and Mrv V. tbinka the sale is a remarkably low one. anywhere, yi for yeara to come. Wheat baa fallen inXew York 3 cents Mim AkkCook-- , of Hattonvlllo, ha ,Tlin. condition of 'the Order of the on'the bushel awe learn by telegram yesaccepted tlij ioaition of ninaia teacher in Knight rf the (lolJcn Kule docii not aeem terday to, 0. D. Wearen. The quotation the Inalltul al Franklin, Ky, and baa to be fo bad a waa al flrit uppocd. Tliere were $1.07 now, $1 07J for September, and gone tldthfr. liaa leen no defalcailon but tho Order, ha only ofTer- ijUDOKKKESCilTiiTO, of tho RichG$1 for, October. $lr, W. txilten many thouaaud dollar behind in ing 80 cents now. mond Utijitttr, one of tho moot capable the payment of if death aiwr9iuent, O. W. Alford ha" jnst returned from newnpaper men In tho Stale, wai here Tuesthe jifllccra would not order the payroute- - to Crab Orchard. Aa Usual tast Tennessee, wlierd he purchased 2 carday en ment of loorellhan two each month for loads of large work luulcs.at price rangthere appear! la be a woman In tlie cafe. the inouiber might drop o(T in prefing from J1U0 to 175. One of the loads Ms. Frank MAmir.wrf awl her two fur to paying them. erence has arrived and been sold to lturgess, Genpretty children were the Riie of Mm. B. i try A Co., of Lexington, at $170 per head, I. fitKi Wedoenday night. They were Dicuor HKil llUBNx.Tlie woman, en rout 1o 'orijlt "where Mr, Matthewa Walker, who nmto.brully burned when all around. 'Daniel Stagg ha sold his farm lying hold the Important porilton of dWUion iitr two ciiiiureii'-were- f uurnea to death engineer on a ntw railroad,, Monday night ;rIatt, anfaccount, Jrtfhfchj five) Mile's from town to A. W. Carpenter leeday'a pspjr.'difd the riexH ami Pendleton Jenkins. Tlie latter gets Mil. f. M. Vinnkv, Managing IMitor w gave n who I makings tour day. The Cre waa i a used h the exploaion 210 acres, with the dwelling on it, at $51 of.tbtIibtvllla of a, lamp. The huure, wlilch belonged, to per acre andMr.C. loOatn's Unimproved at oi ine maie, arranging lor icitgrapmc from .all ofiflhe town of any Zeb. llrlght, n worthy tailored man, waa his $43. ItieMr: Stogg'a intention to niove to aiie, apent "Weilncwlay nfght here. Mr. all and some of hi while friend are raising Stanford FJnriey I the youngwt iuanwho ever filled contributions for hUtbesefit. I'aiiib Cocirr. 150 to 200 cattle on the Sslca not so brisk, aa they were a ao'reaveiu'Ihle position a managing cilitor one of John D. White,' raeh market! Anotheii of ad5lypper and the exeellence'of the is playing the devil with the mail on the month ago. The leading price were 4 to iW attatn lit ability and hi superior Knoxville Branch. Wednesday he carried 4 cental A few broke mules, seltrigat $100 to $175. One lot of unbroke mule two qulificallona for the position. by every paper for this office putting joff in good deVeajs oU sold $103. the Silver Creek mall Instead. If tho post, LOCAL MATTERS. mand, selling at $25 to $100, office managers would put Mr. James F. Tin: ig railroad celebration pccuraqeil F.itei on the reguhr run up here there rThe cattle market in Cincinnati con Tueday, l'Jtli, In Loulvlllc, at wlilcli time would bo no tinue firm at $250 to $3 25 for common; complaint whatever. He ha $1.50 to$.25 for good to choice, butcher; the wIljJHit faw dowg to one mad&ra number ofjxirMtrlfsnd 'gave crtolco?elitpper, $5.00 to $7.00. cent W K.J lhetiiosArTtIroYatn.facti6rir 'Oifi'l'yoit let common-lHog are higher, best shippers now selling , It wain't Joe Hughe who had Ihe u huve him Col. Jenka 7 as high a $9 10; fair to good packers, $8 to stolen horac, ne are glad to aay, Joe ha the Laocajter 'boy, OJKof $70; common $7 tq$T-7Q- . Sheep are. steady tojioiwer for, wltli-- l nihil fcoouglj M Jiii Anderson, who'dfsfurbfd the peace of our at 2 to 11. Latub are in only fair deout bearing thoe of other people. iniiet town on Sunday night last, appeared mand at 4 to 0 cents. Mu. II. O.HurLEY, Merchant Taylor, la for trial on Tuesday morning and on hi LINCOLN COUNTT. till receiving Fall and Winter good; and own admission was fined $5 and cost, In Hustonnlte. denlring u!!t should go at once and Justice to him we must aay that he has not thoe Unustully nuiet on the iipjier Hang-- I heretofore borne the reputation of a bad aelcct pattern while hi atock I fresh. Fork. to The colored Fair i a very crcdlfible boy and so fur a we are able learn this iik ThrS Stanford lawyers, Messrs. Al Is hi first offence and of it he ia mu-l- i aflalr, but not patronized a largely a It anu .miss juaiy in atten- ubamtd, HoontrdJd the hvlloolng while corn ami W. Varnon should be. A good bra band of tho other Toy did the shooting. llrown, ami Clerk III lie, In town Tuewlaj. dance and the beat of order I prencrved.1 some CI el I a ml l)inwldilie, employe of Mr. He exhonorated entirely William Ilurdett, ThW U the big day. Kauirman.Wton Tuesday foi a more lu who also bear' the reputation of a Floi-Mi- . John F. Ware, of Marion crative (wsitlon In Danrille. lie went aa geutieiianly fellow, ' county, and MIm Lorelta O. Cooper, of " ty far as the 'Elation and returned. Jim Seems to k A Thiei, The tuanComp- - Qoode saya he produced the change of rkmerajt&re reported In the CbunnVour-twaiapiTrfieloper who were ipliced In ton who was arrested lure Monday, on sus- proeramtne by showing Clel. that after the picion of being , horse Irdef, appear to next election' lie would be appointed r, JelTerHoaTllUTuwday. ; - ., be. one of taotS' than ordinary lability, in audcoultl thus handle all the regto the eorreapondlng commitA Lirrrcn other wordaIe seetus to baravorked hi ., tee of tb prbpoeiI 'railrpad.frbm Stan busincM Biort luccensfully thanmost ras istered lettMa. consulting IiU friends on a ford.lo Nashville froufleading tltlxens of cals who"a)lre to hlj Calllpg.i'MrA. II, j He alleges that the a(tr place, cxpre grta-- hopM of the' Aowe, trie, tcuwswswsiyiwo pwofsjwn uie pjetIonof courtesy immediate building of the roadaj prom warrant.hu diiawed that the'two,mules aome Uwe alnce a fraternal hat waa presented tfjjt'JTsllow' for girlng him (D.,) a Im aubitanliaL ttiiiitanclTlio road I tint Compton sold to Mr, Cloyd, of thia ihrashlngT 111 ipuestion I whether he Is fate, and our county, are the property of gtitteen at going to be built a uro not under obligation, morally; eorlally and people ahould awaken to It Importance Caye ,CUylSIlsfji!iii.ttntykwh'eVlll be fraternally, to present a suit of clothes to Tiikatihcal. Advance ownlC. L .War- - here this morning to confront Mr, Comp-10- tha wan who rtcsnUjr performed the nuie HumCerof on trial,. There are liny ner writet v that HichuionJ'A McElretli'- or lh glim 9"" JJn. uat afore- LXteu. eereiaoBy " stealings that can be traced tolilm. Carson auiiei rlor uramauc impany, iinu waa taken before Squire illy Williams, of U.A W. attended and Orchestra II1 bo here next Tuesday Compton Mercer Court on Monday (don't know how troupe played here last yesterday, who, for want of jurisdiction, night, 13th. ThU the warrant, but he was immediatehe managed to get there on time), In the aeason, giving great satisfaction, and a ly arrtsted on one ftoui Darren county. Injterfst of.tlm llrm and succeeded In MiliimoiNicemen', ' qf thajlr cpming iliuple The bracelets were put upon hi wrf'U aud ling ten of the "Albion Harrow Beeder and sufliclent to draw all who udoyed Cultivator," He thinks he would hare he was taken thither at once. before. Sii-88tttlilii3nltriirital (,'At.r. and examlnn (ha (Inn Inl nt Par lor Furniture imt reeelred at B, K, Wean Tiiknkxt elon 3. INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! 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 ItOBT. S. IYTLE. Respectfully, me. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, I will offer at Very Low Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India J? , andl'imale Bemlnary - ll '' j v-l- y Court-hoiia- e (. gre 7""t H. G. RUPLEY, PENNY MERCHANT TAIT.OIt, & McALISTER paatas m Fhsrraaceutlcsl Preparations a specialty. JH. r tr. 2 " Stanford, A Splendid Stock of Kentucky, Fall and Winter Goods, DItUGS, 110 0KS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. rbyslelans' Prescriptions sccarstely compounded Withes to Inform hit Patrons of 8tanfonlanl vicinity that he has received Which ho guarantees to make up in flritclaii style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. done better had It not been for the reflec tion that he had passed by Care Spring, the scene of the shooting, just before the -E- uaramyi wims TIiIhNcw Mill, containing (ho InlcHt and In THE NEW ROUTE EAST, VIA MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wo will Rrlntl Tor ciialnmcrH, Tor llio prcHCiit, on TncHiIay, Friday anil Saturday ofcach wcclf, and en C'onrl-Uayand nil other public dayH. "H'c Hollclt a liberal riharc of patromiKU mid will endcayrjr to glvo entire Batlsfactlon. H ..'I rii . j nt ll mlll-pT.n- d I v ' M Mock-holde- uiMiuh ur-p- lu If' . a it mid'i'l!-yearK)l- d "4 4 ill 1 ar-r- et two-ye- -- Tj ! ia conducting a meet- ing at the Christian Uiurch. ine new Baptist Church ediGce is nearly completed. Doc. Alcorn and Kreeley Peacock will soon therefore, be compelled to hear preaching or more away. The Presbytery THE ONLY LINE HUXNINU of Transylvania (Northern), atand ad journed to meet in thia place on Thursday, 21st Inst., at 3 r. x. The Southern PresWITH bytery of same name meets in Perryville, Pullman Sleeping Coaches! on the 18th. -- The killing of Robarda by Ball on Sunday last, aa reported by your Danville correspondent, has created considerable Interest in this region where "Li" was generTo ally known. It has been held for years that, while Ball waa a shrewd business Tiinonou the man, he waa never entirely sane. lie was I certainly peculiar even from his boyhood, Grandest Scenery in America but not quarrelsome. He is extensively Connecting direct In Term. Depot for connected with some of the best familiea Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. in Central Kentucky. W. II. Smith baa gone to Cincinnati, The Only Direct Lino to and will attend the exposition. L. B. Ad- Virginia anil llio Carollium. ami and wife left yesterday on a visit to friends in Tennessee. Cole Carpenter aska Tickets are on ssle t principal Ticket Offices, ami st the Gtneral Office of the C A O. Kallwsj, that the statement that he "is in the st 340 Went Mnln Ntreet, I.oiilnvlllr. be so amended aa to read "in the For further Information. adJresi J. C. El'.NST, . Hustonville branch' of that General Southwestern Agent, Loulnllle. The friends of our esteemed ;. w.NMini, II. W. FUI.I.EK. Ueo'l l'aaa'r Aft. Osd'I Manager, fellow citizen, 0. W. Rifle, were alarmed the other daj by a report that his health had suddenly and mysteriously given way. CONDENSED TIME. I am happy to learn this morning that ho Is all right again. lder Dearborn SHIN GfTON For niuiiiiluclurliig meal antl flour. now In full opcrallon. i fil SOLID TRAINS, Prom LOUISVILLE Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, fec., Always on Wheat, sfce. hand and for Hale. Hlghcrrt cawh price paid Tor Corn, Ordcrn left al Mill promptly attended to. McAT,I!STi:K A JSAI.1.DEE. WASHINGTON, B. K. -- WEAREN, AND , BS&&1B IU VWOBESWm 9 MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has jnst received a Fall Line of- Pnrlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. I also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. poor-house- ," benevolent-institution- BOYLE COUNTT. ft UAII.KOAD LINE. TltAlNS (JOl.Nd NOltTH. -- Shelby Cit. -, J-- . I !lnn.i ennit. d Kay-et- te T.' -- 1 be-c- iii it, Hra Ij.jy. o Jo .Mr-fcJ- M. 1 d Central Kentucky Millers Conmeet at Junction City, on next Sept. 11. A full attendance ia and requested. A few days ago a little son of Dr. Wm. Burk, who resides near town waa out hunting on horseback, having with him a negro boy who was also on horseback. Willie and the boy waa riding alongside by side when his gun was accidentally discharged killing the horse Instantly that the boy was riding. The Peyton House at Junction City, which has been in charge of Mr. Q. A. Peyton for the last two years, is now being and will be occhanged Into a cupied by Messrs. Turnbull, Oiler & Co., with a stock of goods. Mr. Abe Caldwell, who has for a number of years bceu connected with Messrs. Welsh A Co , Danville, will have charge of the store. Tlie present depressed condition of prices for wheat has about put a stop to the sale of that article. Farmers are unwilling to take the present offers for wheat, and the miller and grain dealers, at least many of them, refuse to make an offer at all. We think farmers had best hold their wheat until the bulk of the Spring wheat pastes olT the market, at least the chances are that prices will be better then. However, supply and demand has but little to do with prices of wheat and corn under the present system of gambling and speculation. In your Issue of last Tuesday, we notice the following; "And now comes John O. McAlister with a ear of corn having grains, John Bright waa right'" We will see Mr. McAlister 1,300 and go 100 ' have in our office an ear of .better. corn raised by a prominent Jloyle county farmvr near Shelby City, that has 23 rows, containing SO grains to the row, making 1,400 grains to the ear. Any one doubting this statement can see Ihe ear of corn by calling at our office. We can also say John Bright' rye that measured 17J feet high Iifthe shade, although it is a Lincoln county product. Mr. Ben Spalding last week cut freut his Geld of corn a stalk that weighed, Including coru, shuck aud stalk, 00 pounds. At least Biich is our information from Mr D. 8. Maxwell, who received the information direct from Mr. Spalding, both of whom are reliable men. The full vote for the Clerk of the Court of Appeals, officially returned and accurately counted, foots upas follows: Henry, 115,081; Jacob, 75,404; Henry' majority The vention Monday; expected store-hous- JUacii I, Lve. KlchmonJ, 1832. ,,, x. Hon. 6 00 8 00 7 10 8 25 9 jo 9 S3 9 S8 10 05 11 DEALER IN- - " Ijnniltr ' ........... ..... ' " DnilleJunctlon........t. Mltchellhurg.......... " Lebanon........k.......M " New linen. ............... Arr. Lebanon J unction. ..... .... " Cincinnati " LouliTllle-- JuDctlon.. .-. Orchard m.mr.1 bhelby City LIlngitoii...... Crab ..... ........ am " " " " " pin " " Shelf Hardware, SHOE Iron, ,. hoicsi: niioes, noit.si: nails, 00 .. ..... 12 10 12 47 2 10 2 25 Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, CORN SHELTERS, TRAINS GOINU SOUTH. ..... Ltc SUnforJ. ........ ...... " Crab Orchard.... Lts. Loulnlll-.......- JUacii .. 1, IBS J. !il. bun. 8 SO 2 05 2 5S 4 10 2 60 Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, ...... Arr. ... Lte. Lancaster Arr. Klchiuond.....H...WM..M,..MWM. iatltig5ton.... ...... . am pm 4 6 0 " " " PUrJIMAN PALACE CABS Montgomery, Emigrants toTezaa have thelrcholceof tworoutcs: via Memphis or via New Urleana. Time much quieter and ratea lower than bj any other route. It is also Ihe To Memphis, Little KocV, Mobile, and New Orleans. Sioves,Pinware, Fruit Jars Groceries, alt9 Lime, QUEENS WAKE, OLASSWAItE, Comont, &o. Also QUI0KE8T, 0HEAPEST AND BEST Rout to all points In Uluuurl. Kinni, Illluols. lad lint, Iowa, Ntbnuka, Colorado Arkanaaa, Only one chaoge to Chicago, St. Louts and KaU tor further Information about tic It eta to tbe Houth, Kansaa, Colorado, an I emigrant ratea to . V. ATHOKG, Florida, addresa (Jen. Pass, and Ticket Agt., LouUTllIe, 7. Or F. J. Anthony, AgC, B tan ford, Kj. THE CHAMPION STEEL -- FImOVV, And tho- - OENUMTE OrilVJBIt WALKEK MoKINNEY, Bnl08mn. HirjLIl PlOW. Roofing, Gutter- OU EAHTI GO WEST I GO jvoivrii: Nono claim a better Flow, bat hope to have an equal. ing. &c, done on short notice. 1 T. M. JOHNSTON. VIA LOUISVILLE aiid tii OHIO & MISSISSIPPI I 3 4 W. "" YiooSMf I MANNING'S ILLUSTRATED A41rM Vftrtaata Ikatr . avavta STOCK-BOO- mts (U It It lb HUrt fttvS mm . Uir brdi, brMdlbg, inl mt. taM jxteg9 nwnivr tot full i rUtar sn4 trrnt wrk msi1 kl vrtry tvmtr t4 athout-- t Imm4 Is IsbmIw ItmUm f 4ft4st work f Imu, iTaptow, it4 rtMdiM. 0tr 1 aavsisataa Rr, bum HHAisiP iayotafci. giitnMriiitT stasntrlas) 40 Usiualt CatUa. a DAILY TRAINS THE EAST ANU NORTH. Louisville to Cincinnati Fre 4 ! L ANDRETHS' PEDIGREESeeds SEEDS ForthO MFWCHAtMTon our Plan SEEDS For tho MARKET CARDENER For tho Fnm,y SEEDS C rown byPRIVATE FAMILY SEEDS v ou rsolvos New own Pn XV llaudaunio lllu.lrnlcd Calalugue nud Itural UenUter SllKH TO AU. AII2UCII.1NTS, HU.ND Vti YOUR llLHIMUSH CAUDM VQU. TUAUK LIST. Parlor Cars and Ntw Dajr Coachca Without Change. DAILY TRAINS IJoui.HVille to Hi. Isoui.s ANI THE WrMT 8locln2 Cais and Pa)r CoailiM to St. out Changs. Uull With- DAVID LANDRETH& SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA it DAILY TRAINS Lotilstlllo to Indianapolis, AND THE NOKTII 2 Chicago, Pit Coaches sad lUcllnlnz Chair Cars Through Wthout Clisoge. 40,217 KW Post-maste- For WiikliliiKtou, Miiltliuorr, IMillmlrl iiIiIh, Nw Vurk unil Mosloii, This It tbe Vtrr Utst Bouts, ss You IIsto No Cbsngeor'lrslD, iUUUTlM.xr.1T8. "Dais FAR1VI U BEtTEMUEK, 1M2, ON TJIK (Countr Court Uar) I will offer for aal la ll bisu. est aoj Uat Ll.tJ.r, the If AMI latelr owned If Dr. J. Joulln. dic'il. iliuatul ona lull iiorlh.wwt ofllt. V.roou.on tka Crab Onlianl ruai,auil iwi. kwm a talulosauouliwor sou alum, aua is HtocklaimailUere It Id tli.couutr, veil water J.J.JOVI.IN, bar, ed.ltiod orchard, Ac Mt. Veruou, K. 7J.U1 for SALE. i I5tbDAY Or 5 & .: 'T. T v; The II matin liars Ihrosih l)aj Coscliessa lllTralail Hare No Midnight Ohangea Arilie st Ut. Iouls 8 llosrs la ailraars of Utker Llaes, Ihcrtbjr nturlng wore tluis lor 1 TTy.,w TV. taeu tb UU S-nT AS H co.nnlUl ".":. by VaVrK." eoTnbtaauoa which on. hi. euaineu. ""'""--.- " oui. rarely IS a -ss,is Ih... vlira&tlc r i..tll..l man - i. ,rkun.llli.dntl r ....- Neuralgia. vnultDfl tuunrtn- lUin, ana WILDEKS asRrHn,rT -cures i ----- ,&jk. .; -" a2i & .. W .J Vcurify ':..::ft -, ,r.M. medicine., - DroirUta. derUJ""V ", wonderful :r:ratr.ngth;rJ., "f'"-W'"don;flh,b- vu?"'1:'. They clean ths enurs "" 'TI..7' i, , .k aource ol au taeae auueuoa., u.j hlu, for their wo. Mimh.ri.as tcrtlmonUls Pour ,tr.cUfrom sufferer, who h... be beaedted b, "" la '" chance ofrara anJ getting first choice ol seats In cars of conuectlDg Hues. klooJ,and pre.snU .i. ... "-H- $50 UEWAltD Btolen, froiuiujr ! 'To IndlsnsMolls sud Clilcsgo, snj ihs QSljllueglTlng Its patrons lUe along the thoreaolUteailthlgau. For TlcleU, Bates. Time. Ml- -. de , wj Uflu"B"4S:.i..r - -i..ir. ,., a sA.i,w""'r,";.;.r.;v;;su .ad .Wtuirwomais. rs. r '. ".: itv'ui n MJ ioretvrK"ier" andu...u. TfJf IsypBUIrS " CV?J. d paalur. S biIIm from UIJill. Tlrkvt Agciila or luiiiieclliitf adJrws turg. s HlHCk Hllle, vltU lueal K. N. HKIIWN. boutheru lsuDgvr Agt . iiom, Mi hauds btU and UrtruoUd. A. Uldla H. K. Cor. 4th and Mala bls.,UuUllle, Kr ou Delsliour la aud aaddl au stoleu from wjr hlui. 1 will kIs tk above riiwsrd (or bis return Slr I.ln, or c4 . ff rl i a .tw r ZS'ff m "" s. WCI AAi m M m w ercai ui". u..m. v.w w tuw U- - J. H. KVHANUS, Ut. Haltu, W W. I'KAUODY, ' V V. B1IATTUC, K)T. Ucu. Bui.t., Ciutlnnstl lien. Vhm. Agt , IPov Halo In Htunfortl ly 1'onny t MuAllalor. "yr Smm Sa?JV.3STS,ORXJ, Friday Morning, 3C"3T. 8, 1882 - September Flirting bj the Sea. ,. Toothplcktocs n i mnrriago withdrew her hand irom tho grasp of one. They do it instinctively. The her victim, and commenced lightly young man does not say, "My black humming a waltz. oyes requiro to bo wed with blue, and '"Only so'ven moro days of bliss," my overvehemenco requires to be a lit murmured Toothpicktoes, leaning for- tlo modified with somowhatof lullness ward and trying in vain to recover and reserve." When theso opposites ' his charmer's hand. corao together to bo wed, they do uot ''So you are going back to tho city" know it, but each thinks the other alio said in nn indifferent tone. just liko himself. Old peoplo never - -- 'Yes; ono is fortunato to get but a marry theiropposites; thoy marry their glimpse of heaven on this earth," ho similars and from calculation. Each lisped, making another incflectual ot theso two arrangements is very grab at her fingers. proper. In their long journey these '"Don't bo silly," sho replied, mov- young opposites will fall out by tho ing a littlo away from him. times, and both will ' ''shall never forget my first sea- way a great many "I charm tho other back again, and by son at the seaside," ho said; "it has and by thoy will bo agreed as to tho passed liko a dream of fairyland." place they will go to, and tho road they "Do drop such nonsense," sho ro will go by, and become reconciled. plied, moving still further away, and Tho man will bo nobler and larger for intently studying a light out at sea. being associated with so much human"I hope you havo enjoyed it as ity unlike himself, nnd she will be a much as I have." ho ventured, as his nobler woman for having manhood heart begun to thump more rapidly beside her, that seeks to correct her against his ribs. deficiencies and supply her with what j.jVOh, yes, we've had a bang-ushe lacks, if the diversity bo not too time," sho replied. great, and there bo real piety and lovo "I'm uro I always liko to see any in their hearts to begin with. Tho man down here. It's such a bore old bridegroom, having a much shorter talking all the time to women, ' and journey to make, must asjociato him then I can't bear to dance with one of self with one like himself. A perfect my.bwnsex." aud complete marriage is, perhaps, as "I should like to go on forever liv- rare as perfect personal beauty. Men ing in the reflection of your bright nnd women are married fractionally eyes," he ventured, pulling his chair now a small fraction, then a largo towardher. fraction. Very few aro married totaltjDon't you think it is growing ly, and thoy only, I think, after some late f" sho asked, half rising. forty or fifty years of gradual ap"Oh, no. Do not go," he said, proach and experiment. Such a large making another divo for her hand and sweet fruit is a complete marriage .and Regain .missing it. I have some- that it needs a very long summer to thing to say " ripen in and then a long winter to "No, you haveu't," she said, rising mellow and season. But a real, happy quickly and gathering her wraps about marriago of lovo and judgment beher shoulders. "You will just tnko tween a man and woman is one of the me to my cottage and go homo liko a things so very handsome that if the good boy." sun were, as tho Greek poets fabled, Cheap Hoeing. v "Mis Woykeni, you do not a god, he might stop the world in orAllow mo to give your readers a You must hear " der to feast his eyes with such a spec- way I have of destroying weeds in my "Not this evening. Some other tacle. Theodore Parker. garden, nnd at the same timo increase evening," she said laughingly, as sho tho productiveness of the ground. A Bonanza in Blood. caught, his arm and fairly dragged I havo for five years mado it a prac"Now, if I told you the cold fact 1 hi rif along the piazza, and his heart that saw human beings in whose tice of sowing salt on my garden eveI was broken for n lull week after ho vein's flow the blood of all the five ry spring, as long as tho crops planted relumed to his "demuition grind" in races into which mankind is divided, aro small, and in no danger of being Brooklyn Eagle. in tho city. you wouldn't believe it, would you ? injured by tho salt. It must not bo am This and That.' And you would nay I never carried n allowed to touch them in the least. Au hour of paints as long as a day littlo hatchet, using mild language, Just as tho weeds begin to como so us of pleasure. they show plainly, sow salt on them wouldn't you ?" said a As lovo thinks no evil, bo envy histrionic gentleman, just returned wheu tho dew is on them in tho morn, sneaks( no good. irom the Sandwich Islands, to a re- ing. One bushol of salt used in this " way is worth soveral dollars invested IIo that grasI'9 at too much holds porter of the Chronicle last oveuiug. nothing fust. "No, I would uot beliovo it," was in labor, and is very much easier. ns well on Tho plan works Honest men's words aro as good as the frank reply. field crops, but is not as practical; their bonds. "Well, hero's tho case, and it is a hopes, the heart genuine one: The present Mrs.Brown, besides field crops, being planted with . If it wero uot fur of Honolulu, was born in tho Hawai moro room, can bo kept clean by jt..IIe.that falls today may bo up again ian Kingdom. Her father was part r aud machinery. I havo 'J l' negro and part American Indian, and in a manner cleared my garden of ! Gratitude preserves old friendship her mother a native Hawaiian wo- early urowing weeds, and could also and procures new. man. In Mrs. Brown's veins, there- destroy tho Iato growing ones if I A fgoodcause makes a stout heart fore flowed tho blood of three races would keen up tho practice later in and a strong arm. Market gardeners would tho negro, the Indian, aud tho Malay. tho season. 'Ilb isTinworthy to live who lives So far, so good, eh? Mrs. Brown's find it a good practico if weeds aro on!yfor. himself, first husband was a Chinaman; and a troublesome. I kill dock, sprouts, .lie hath livod ill that knows not daughter by that marriage, now tho creepers, etc., tho same way, but first hoWjtqdio well. wife of the Rev. Dr. Lyman, a cler- cut them off at tho ground and put the cradle 'and coffin gyman at Ililo, united in ber veins salt on tho fresh cut placo. I havo TA11 between is uncertain. the blood of four races tho yellow, effectually killed largo locust nud othAuger begins with folly and ends or Mongolia, being added to her moth- er trees by ono application of salt. with repentanco. Cor. Louisville Farm & Fireside. u er's mixed, lifo blood. Now Mrs. am j.JBeeiiug8jarqpften. not valued till is the mother of children by a Tho beauty of tho present law reguthey aro gone. Caucasian father, and don't that lating tho advertising of property to I know of no body that has a wish mako those innocent littlo ones carry a ho sold under decrco is exemplified iu very mixed kind of blood, uuiling, so tho case of two pieces of valuable real It.sid a baio thing to tread upon a to speak, all the colors white, black, eatate in this city to bo 6old to tho j$ man that is down. red, yellow and brown V San Fran- highest biddor tho ono on Mondny prieiKjuliIpUjhe most sacred of all cisco Chronicle. next, nnd the other poitpontd until iiiQroyonds. . " To Fulhiien Salt Fish. Far October 0. Wo refer to tho Capital ' He tliat gives his heart will not mers' families almost universally du- Hotel aud tho Fraukfort cotton mill. money. in theso two A sweet aud innocent compliancois ring tho hot summer use moro or less Creditors aro interested Freshening salmon and sales to tho umount of fully 850,000, salt full. iho cement of lovo. Industry is fortune's right hand, mackerel in sour milk makes it very and yet thu law Lj satisfied if n writmuch nicer uot only the fish named ten notico of tho sale is tacked up at and frugality her left. A wio man will muko mora oimor- - but dried fish aud trout. I soak it tho Courthouse door. Yeoman. tuufttesjliau ha fniils. twenty-fo- ur hours, then wash iu iresh A man in Georgia, who ha3 been lWJi carp about two water, aud it pays oue well fur tho making experiments mi watermelons, " inohts Jopgwew placed in water at trouble. . has discovered that seven per cent, of tbi(KjBUu8 Agricultural College farm. Virginia drinks up her entire wheat tho matter in, thorn is sacchariuo, and JM tajKyfar after ten of them were crop annually, and it is stated that that an aero of good hind will produco soliied imt, cacli" of which measured the liquor drank in Louisiana costs .'J 1,500 pounds of watermelons, which MiMftewiiuches nnd weighed ono mid 847,000,000, 82,000,000 moro than its will yield 2,'H5 pounds of sugar, combined cotton, sugar and rico crop, worth sny 82 11.50. a half iM)iiiids. such nn-Bwbald-heade- d under-'8tdnd.m well-known horso-poweLy-mam lovo with its prophetic crimson, violet, purplo and gold, with its hopes of days that aro to come. Beautiful also is the evening of love, with its glad remembrances, nnd its rainbow sido stinctively taking in tho situation. turned toward heaven as well as earth. "Well, tho littlo idiot has only ono Young pcoplo rnarrythcir opposites in ' moro week, and ho's getting to bo a tempor and general character', and Then sho slowly boro any way." n, is generally a good was putting in hti season at tlio seashore, and Miss first Workom was tho first to cnpturo him. Ho was on his last week and glorying in tho splendid u;o ho had rnado of his time "I slmll propoao to her after tho hop," he said to him-self as ho struggled into his dress trousers. "It's been deuced expensive, hut tho gamo is worth tho pow tier. Her dad is worth half a million if he's worth a cent," and Toothpick-toe- s sauntered gnyly forth to tho hop. After tho dancing ho managed to get his mash into n quiet corner, and at1 nhce opened firo. "This looks liko tho end of tho racket," thought Miss Workem, iny Momage. Men and womon, and especially young people, do not know takes years to marry completely two hearts, oven of tho most loving and . Hut naturo allows no sudden change. Wo slopo very grad ually from tho cradle to tho summit of life. Marriago is gradual, a fraction of us at a time. A happy wedlock is a long falling in lovo. I know young persons think lovo belongs only to brown hair and plump, round, crim son checks. So it docs for its begin ning, just as Mount Washington be gins at Boston bay. But tho golden marriago is a part of love which tho bridal day knows nothing of. Youth is tho tassel and silken flower of lovo, ago is tho iull corn, riffo and solid in tho car. Beautiful is tho morning of Bathers. th.tJt well-sorted- Tho barber it n man who docs not ahuso tho power ho possesses. Ho has tho power to cut n mnn's hcadofl with moro facility than has any other man on earth, hut ho seldom improves his although occasionally opportunity, tho temptation must bo very strong. Wo havo often wondered if barbcri wero not somotimes potcsccd with a wild Impulse to try if they could not whack a man's head off with ono whack ot the razor an impulso similar to that which sometimes comes to a man when hois walking nlong a precipice, nnd that prompts him to throw himself to tho bottom. Wo havo no doubt that tho shavers have so mo such thoughts occur to them, especially when thoy aro shaving a man who has an impediment in his credit, and who is liahlo to "stand thorn ofl" for the prico of tho shnvo. Wo know tho shavcrj sometimes thinks of itns a possibility as ho lies back in tho chair watching tho maneuvers of a fly on tho ceiling, and realizes that the barber is trying to whittlo a clip ofl tho end of bis chin. Tho negro barber is not quito so loquacious as tho whito bnrlicr. When ho is scraping around your lip with a razor that you havo ovcry reason to beliovo ho sharpens lead pencils and cuts strings with, ho docs not ask you a question that you nro afraid to fearing you may sacrifice a, picco of your lip if you reply, but otherwise ho nets very much ns tho whito man does. IIo subscribes for tho Police Gaulle, nnd keeps it on his tnblaior tho purpose of trnnquiliziog tho mind and occupying tho attention of tho customer, who has been informed by tho barber that ho is "noxt," when thero is really ahead of him two men who want to get shaved, and ono who is desirous of having his hair cut. He has a dandrufl eradicator, a hair a corn softener, put Up in bottles by himself, that ho is not only willini' but anxious to tell. Between his mirrors he hangs up tobacco adver tiaing chromos, and richly colored pictures of females dressed irt gauzy He puts and abridged garments. lather in your ear, parts your hair on tho wrong side, nnd pastes it down on your forehead, and usually suspends" operations, while the soap hardens on your jaw nnd he discusses some matters of a personal character with a barber who is engaged on a man at tho other end of the establishment. In privato lifo, the colored barber gives tone to tho society ho moves in. Ho is looked up to as nn authority and as a leader of fashion. He is almost invariably a preacher or a member of a brass band. Tho ability to shave comes naturally to a negro barber an instinct inherited; at least wo suppose it is so, as no ono has ever seen a barber learning tho business. Texas Siftiuga. STANFORD, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22. MO CHANGE OP The DATE ! NO DISAPPOINTMENT ! Jest rero Allows i rrixjE kiooxsst o:f and most Complete Show in the World. AND THE ONLY BIO SHOW COMINO TIIIS YEAR As Superior to any Show Hint litis over Exhibited llcro ns iui Electric Light Is to a Tallow Ctoiullo AirajIENTEIi AND r,NLAIUJi:i TO SIX TIMES ITN FOIIMEK NIKK Pronounced by Press and Public to bo tbo Finest Tontcd Exhibition on tho Fqco of tho Globo I 1 all ourier-Jonrnal. I ! BROTHERS' SELLS RAILROAD SHOWS I ENORMOUS ter Q JSI3C O - :rro w tthstitieiid i A STUPENDOUS UNION! Culminating In tba Combined Allrattlona f AMERICA'S 3 LEADING EXHIBITIONS. n r Ooniolldatlrig tba Undhldcd tn.I UnabiMgnl I'ralurra of m Mirriii iJV wT mjir Six Big Circuses ! Six Big Menageries! Six Big Museums! Six Big Aquariums Six Big Tents, AUfor Ono L'XITKU 1'NUlt ! DEriooof-aLana.llorL- THREE GREAT CIRCUS RINGS CONSTANTLY USED. :1V AitlArA "v$lBsVt UmL W One Hundred Superior and Startling Acta at Errry Performance 10 1 It would Take at least Hours to give Performance in a Single Ring. Two Hundred Perform ert Appear Dally More than in any Five other Shows, chief among whom are the Hero Horseman, "" MLM CHARLES The - Kpinlih tJun(rUaiw FISH ! ! SIGNORLTA aiA-IROIN-ZtsTID ADELAIDE CORDONA THE FRENCH FAMILY DAVENE! TLoho Unimrallcletl I'arlMlan MjiriicIm, Tho Universally Itonownod -- A " Tho Brilliant KiUHUlin Meteor V7".BHIIIsrC3-T01r . m TROTJPE V I LITTLE ALLRIGIIT ! Tha llonelna iln ot Itlinlc I3C E3 3Et DEI. 3D DE3 Twenty runny CIohiih, led by C'linrlcy Necly, X. DE3C jA. XT DFt ! FIVTY DOUISXiE SOMERNAUJ,T TEAlI31tK, Including High Tom Ward, Who 'RkmZx.rSBlr!A'flHM iW em I &J1A9J SMi leapt over L.tt 14 Elephanti, KnuwnastbrFI.YINO FAM'.Y.who FlieaAcrou Uc 100 LOTTIE l'ftt Into tha Tin Fautout llraulr J-:3&j- I fat. She lllca Ilka a UlrJ, Vliai Lf i m UsBslsWf Mjmwk kuMmMMmwmw k A TIA nH t j n.nRwFivAir Net, Jumpa 7 Fret Ami more iiiK Hippopotami. In tho Monagorio, which is tho LARGEST ON EARTH, and Embracos moro Raro Animals than all othor Shows combin- int ii hrWmm'k iChhP mm If ed, and actually moro than in any Zoological Gardon in EU- tUMJymmrLjMi. 9X IKjmy m Wml U E&aLBlHHvWBHHvtV ROPE OR AMERICA, may bo found tho only pair of full- smaaHHllllllllllllir V U VllfTfTsT aFLfJVMBlHalii a ii "" IMMT Rrowniiivxwii juLfrufUTAJUi, a pair 01 tuwuiunu IjIv MLtBPs frmmWfmL ING GIRAFFES, apair of WOOLLY ELEPHANTS, tho llraf C--wCa 7 i" 'II ii Wr.P.mmW Jr M WTUW.rnnW AbAJk! J AJ2Xkl nnnv QVUU n rnTUrt.TjrTtTUVT i. Jlf M'AWll TJWTWnnPHnB rZL. ii Ml J UL annn U IV 7E& "" 'Z T4 baWMBadriaVtf-A-.- w Jlf.LiL' nmmmmW - TBi" t 1: -- Seven heitufirul Performing .NiuMIoiih.h licrtl ofHix Performing Colorado Cattle, Educated. UlnitrcH uud ZcbruH ami the euly Perform other .Slur Performer ru.llculrl Iato tha Air, etc. than Iu I'lvo ordluury Itljc Shown; A udltoruui, otar 200 MjlPMnF ,- - a -.- - - mw I FOUR GIANT OCEAN SEA LYONS, a Herd of FOURTEEN HUGE ELB-PHANT3, SIXTEEN ARABIAN CAMELS, TWO OUSTD OAMKIiH.the fmWKSBRSSmfmmmmmWSSjS BUFFALO. AFRICAN ELANDS. HYLO. first ovor soon. Cages flllod with tho Finest Collootlou of Carnivorous and Herbivorous An d monstor IIAU, POLAR BEARS, and imnla ovor soon anynhoro. V -- nrlhiiir,T'" ' immmmMM? SNOW-WHIT- E Ufty-oig- ht Iron-Bonn- THREE 8fatliaTnANtCKNDENTLY I1YIIVIEISISE ! RAILROAD It. Three 30-T- TRAINS, It. The Largest Number of Oar Ever Used bv any B&ilroad to Transport Locomotives Used to Haul FIVE BANDS OF MUSIC IS lOO GREAT SOI.O MUSICIANS IN the OltCIIESTlftA. tla, BEAUTIFUI, IIICII, OOKUEOl'8. 8TAUTLINO. WONDEttFUL 1'AHADK, A M.UUE-TOITRTIIAI. 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