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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 12, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882091201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 12, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. )i VOLUME X.--NTJM- BER tmhMuWm Meftof iMflWi 4rlr 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12,1882. to Do It. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 77. A New TrpoSttting Machine. type-settin- Tht War ditor and Proprietor r. . Houroy, . Bu tines t Manager PuMtnhrtt Titmtliiu nml 1'rlitilV't M 5 Shot. Zr V- - I -- v Sells Hroa. ushered in their day in Kansas City, yesterday, by a gorgeous street pnmdo, in which several fino hands, beautiful women, trained hones, elephants, camels, cages of living lions nnd many other interesting and novel features wero introduced. As tho long lino of costly chariots and wagons wended their way through somo oi tho principal streets vast crowds assembled to gazo upon tho truly wonderful tpcctaclo, and it was universally conceded to lo tho finest street parada ever made by a circus In this city. Having seen tho parada tho spectators wero naturally desirous to gazo upon tho living wonders of tho animal kingdom, hid from public view in tho closo cages, and also to lchold tho startling feat of tho arena. Somo thcro wcro who hinted that tho show was all given on tho ouUido to gather in tho shekels of tho people, nnd that tho wonders of tho tent wcro all imaginary. Hut. uevcr was an assertion A visit to tho raoro wanting in truth. menagcrio disclosed tho fact that all tho raro and curious animals ml vcrtisod wcro thcro. It was further discovered that thcro wcro also a n'umberof won dcrful animal that had not been called attention to on the bills. Tho woolly elephants, tho only pair of hippopotamuses, Siberian whito polar bear nnd all tho other zoological curiosities advertised wero present. Tho ten elephants advertised wero to Ihj seen along tin..ilwi..ii.ijl I twin with a cagoof sea lions, cages of ti- i, m,.m.,w IiaitiMnnil .i.iiu.iui.i., n. itfUi.lil.JU .unit. gers and many other animals from in n Sau Francisco hotel,-beindetect- all parts of tho earth. Thcro was no cd in a fourth-storroom where sho fraud to bo discovered in any ono (if had no business to be, attempted to tho throo largo tents under which wcro avoid exposure by climbing out of tho tho wagons containing tho animal cu- window and sliding to tho ground by riosities, but on tho other hand there means of a telegraph wire that payed was much to delight and aurpriso by just within reach. Before she had oven tho man or woman necustomed descended many yards tho wire burnt to visiting zoological gardens and me- her hands as though it was red hot, nageries. In tho ring it was just tho nnd sho was compelled to let go. In same. Tho bills wcro ogain verified. falling her body bounded back and Tho grand cntreo was a pageant long forth lctwccn two parallel walls. This to bo remembered. Tho herd of trained lessened tho momentum of her de- elephants and six beautiful performing tccnt, which was still further di- stallions, wero tho marvel of all bo minished by striking a telephono wire. Charles Fish did somo won- Sho thus escaped being killed by tho holders. derful bareback riding, and Madam tall, but tho physicians found that her Cordona handled her six horses which neck was disjointed as it would havo aha rodo and drove, standing upon been by hanging. They chloroformed their harebacka in a surprising man- her, set her neck back in its proper Tho gymnastic performances place, and now havo hopes that her ner. of tho French family Da7eno, wcro youth and stroug constitution may really excellent, mid introduced some carry her through. now and startling features. Littlo All t 1'iiOFiTs ox Whisky. There aro Right added to tho many attractions, drinks of whisky to the by his wonderful slide for life. Taken, KPcents a drink, $5.70. how eas probably thebett gallon, at all in all, the Bold at 10 cents never costs that ever visited Kansas City. Tho Whisky over $2 to 82.80 per gallon. Often performances both afternoon ami eventhe same article is told at 15 cents per ing wcro so thronged that tho vast hold tho people, and drink, bringiug)$3.C5 per gallon. In tent was unablo to tho majority of saloons tho 10 cent many wero turned away because there whisky is manufactured from French was not oven standing room fur them. spirits or raw alcohol, and costs when Kansas City Times, May 10th. It "smooth" and' ready for customers is coming to Stanford sure on Friday, gallon. Good September 22. Tho largest show, 11.25 t3 82.75 per honest whisky, costing $.') to $3.75 using 00 railroad cars to transport it. per gallon by tho barrel, is sold at 15 Exhibited in C tents and 3 rings. to 20 cents pcr.driuk or 88.55 to 811.-1- 0 Henry Watterson, writiug from per gallon. ' Now York to his paper Tho Louis-vill- a An old farmer in Iowa, not long Ooiin'cr-Jounia- ! of tho situation sinco deeded his property, worth 820,-00- 0 in Now York, says : "It is only a pity to his sou, stipulating that tho that thodomocrats aro bo poorly cfl in latter should support'his parents duNow York, In point of both leaders ring their lifetime. No sooner had e and condition, as to bo unablo to sou got possession' thun ho turned his much profit out of the diasomdoua father nnd mother out. After piteous umoug tho Republicans. Wo havo begging ho granted his father a singlo really nobody, or next to nolwdy to night's shelter. Tho father found and put up for Governor. Kven if wo destroyed tho deed, which had not had, a union among tho democrats boon recorded. Next morning ho seems impossible So tho party may thrust his unnatural son out of tho as well dismiss New York from their houso. Tho neighborhood verdict was, calculations, and prepare to go West Co v. Com. "Served him right." for a presidential uominco in 188 1." An English newspaper writer says : Aitlch roit Food. It is neserred "Sermons, wheu for u charity, might that tho nutritiousness of apples has lw reduced in lougth were every body novcr been properly appreciated, nnd to follow tho examplo of a friend of that thoy are far more nourishing mino. When 'sittiuir under' ono of Coruiih workmen say than potatoes. there sermons, ho places twenty shillthat they can work better ou lukcd in his pocket. After the sermon apples than on potatoes. There is u ings has lasted twenty minutes, ho deducts , ili.li in Cornwall railed squab-pien shilling fur each extra fivo minutes, nmdo of mutton with slices of potato, what reonion, undstrungo as it may and only puts in tho plato applo nnd Y.' Tost. mains. "- -N. to many it is excellent. CornA J g Tho most perfect specimen of a machiuo is now substantially complclo in n privnto room at Colt's. It has yet to stand tho test of manu facturo and actual trial, but as It now stands it is a marvel of ingenious nnd yet not complicated mechanism. Judged from description, tho machines used by tho London Times nro not to bo named tho samo week with this. According to a recent nccount, tho Timet machino destroys three or four columns of typo n day and will not "dislributo," so that it Las been found necessary to havo new typo cast daily and brought to tho machino in tubes. Now every ono who has seen tho Colt machino work admits that its work in setting tho typo nnd in distributing it is faultless. lly a very ingenious arrangement is distributes whilo it sets, and tho work of distribution being slightly more rapid than tho sotting, tho cases nro always full. Tho distributor is regulated in such a way that tho instant tho most frequently used letter caso (say that of E) is filled tho work of distribution stops, to bo resumed as soon ni tho caso logins to bo emptied. If tho machine will do tho work of two men in setting typo (and much tatter than this is claimed for it), it can readily bo said to do tho work of four, sinco tho tedious work of distribution is disposed of at tho samo time as a sort of aide issue. And each letter goes into its appropriate caso as'ccrlainly and regularly as tho Yulo key fits into its own lock. The only doubts about tho machino aro as to tho "justificr," but this is claimed to bo complete now, and certainly it would seem n simpler thing to arrango this than to havo mado tho Hartford Cor. Springother parts. field (Mass.) Republican. Mr. Gcorgo Dunn cut Frank Ed ward's throat In Missouri last Wcducs, day, causing instant death. Frank owed Mr. Dunn three dollars nnd refused to pay it, henco tho affair. Wo, of courso, havo no intention of apologizing for tho unpardonahlo offense in Frank's refusal to pay tho three dollars, but our duty ns a public journalist demands that we shall say-MDunn acted at least hastily in tho matter, and that tho provocation, though admittedly great, was not sufficient to justify tho institution of such insult ing measures for redress, without first having given notico that upon count ing twenty lip would proceed to collect tho debt in tho manner finally resorted to. Wo bclievo Mr. Dunn will, upon calm reflection, discover tho injustice of his impulsiveness and will bo willing to mako the amende honorable. At least this is the way it occurs to us an outsider, and if wo are forced to go further, we aro bound to say that we think Mr. Dunn, notwithstanding tho great provocation, should bo at least gently reprimanded for his hurry in settling a debt that might possibly have been reached y somo other lesa disagrccablo method. Perhaps it would be well enough at first to let Frank's frionda pick a man and Mr. Dunn an other, nnd tho two thus chosen select a third and refer tho matter to them and ascertain who is in the wrong, tho parties first interested agreeing to Glasgow abide tho referees' decision. Times. r. How Fathom Originate, Tho Austrian jmress, whilo on a littlo excursion with her usual retinue, stopped ntan innir refreshments. Iking heated, she torn ofl her bonnet and hung it on tlWi hack of a chair, where a playful .poppy mado such mischief with it iofaro any body's attention was attracted as to render it unfit or further wear. Of course, ovary lad in the party offered her own hat in tho place of tho one that was damaged, but tho empress took tho whim to finish tho excursion without any other head covering than that supplied by nature Roing observed in this fashion by somo ladiea of tho stylish world, who aro eager to imitate nny thing that.royally docs, the practice of appearing in public without' hat or bonnet caino into general Tho morning promenades bevogue. came marked by the presence of numerous elegantly arranged heads of hair dovoid of any covering, and on Sunday tho same fashion was followed in church. To such extent was this becoming tho rage, aays tho Vienna Tagcblatl, that milliners grow alarmed and clamored nt court about it, whereupon an explanation of tho causo of tho empress' hatless excursion was issued from official sources nnd published to the social world. This put an end to tho new fashion, were happy once more, aud fashionable circles were again at peace. A Bad Habit, - I m Toronto keeps Sunday in a more rigidly quiet way than any other city of its size on tho continent. The street cars do not run, the bootblack boys are not on duty, and all the tele--1 graph offices aro closed except tho central one, where ono man remains all day to Httend to important messages. The cab stands nro deserted, nnd any body who wants a vehlclu and team must go to a livery fctablo. Tho drug stores aro open at certain hours, nnd that only for the salo of medicines. Tho liquor shops close at seven on evening, and, remain closed until fivo on Monday morning. It is said by those who claim to know that only, tho front doors are closed, and that tho thirsty can bo admitted by tho back door nnd obtain all tho liquor they want. jt . fifty-seve- n For seven years tho democrats controlled tho jiouso and no bill was Louispassed to revise tho tarifl. ville Commercial. - This is supposed by tho Commercial to bo argument. With a republican senate to reject such a bill from the democratic house; with a republican president waiting ready to veto such measure in caso of tho .concurrence of the senate, and the democrats not having tho strength jj pass it over tho veto, it would have been woreo than folly, it would havo been "criminal, in them to waste their time and tho peoplo's money in futile Breckinridge .News. legislation. A Nevada girl had a very percepti do-riv- ble moustache, and an tho morning of her wedding day alio undertook to' remove it .with a causfic preparation. Her lip was burned to such a black aud swollen condition that she refused to show, herself to tho guests. As the bridegroom would not consent to a postponement, the ceremony was per . formed privately, aud the company Hon. Alexander Stephens, of Georconsoled themselves with a dinner. Tho brido started on her honeymoon gia, to a visitor a few days ago, gave JDurnoy closely veiled," aud unkissed his definition of the term "Bourbon,": "An idiot who seriously believes that by her friends. Confederate money will, if the demo Tho new sugar crop of tho West crats party gets into power, become Indies promises to be unusually fine. as good as gold, and that tho timo is Recent reports declare that at Jamainot far ofl whon ho will bo allowed to ca will bo gathered tho largest crop 'wallop a nigger' as iu the glorious in years. Tho cstiraato mado on a days." careful computation is that tho yield A queer thing happened at a Virwill be 001,500 tons. Whllo this is gratifying, there is a further agreea- ginia springs watering place tho other ble assurance that tho sugar prop in day. A goutleinan asked another who ante-bellu- There haa arisen a custom in many households of estimating at tablo tho cost of each individual thing. It is a sordid habit, and peoplo fall into it without knowing it. It is better to do DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, without sugar or tea or any luxury if its uso must bo accompanied by such Houso Block, Ky., comments. It is a hard law for chillJ3AT-.I3ItIN dren to bo served with food and arithDniRM, Miifclcul Wall Pitpcr. WIllOH, "Bo careful metic at tho samo timo. G'licmlrnlM, IIonliM, I.lqunrM, IiiNlrmnciitH, lHin(H, JiKHrx, of the butter, children, it costs twenty-fiv- e NiHiioncry, I'nckct OllH, Hoapn. TnliiicroH, CtifUcry, 'There's a dolcents a pound." I.ampH, Perfumery, Fire ArniH, Machine lar's worth of atcak. I tell you it IVccUIch. Our Jewelry, Silverware and Optical floods Department Is In Charge of Col. costs money to live theso times." It inos. jucnarus, wiiowin itcpair waiciicsnnu uocus 1,'romptiy ana in the best takes all the sweetness out of the food style to hear such comments as these, and it gives boys an idea that if they can ev er get anything for nothing thoy aro doing a good thing and brings them counter, lo ait up to the back from a meal and mako a menial Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of memoranda of its cost must act like an incubus on tho digestion. . The Treasury Department has is Consisting of sued a valuable report, which shows that the amount of currency outstanding, besides silver dollars and gold, is AND 8798,288,-140- ; made up of the Na bank circulation, 8358,742,034; tional legal tender notes, 834G,G81,01G; sil" ver certificates, 8C0,09G,710; fraction-a- l Also, a Nioo Lino of silver currency, 819,130,039, and 1 fractional paper currency, 87,038,041. This latter will probably never be re I am oponinK daily a Full lino oi tho Dost GoodB in tho Market, to bo deemed to any considerable extent. sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. The paper circulation of this country TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. BuRSTiNa of A Ship by Sweujno is about 815.25 per capita; of France op O'Anao. Tho Gazelle, in its news 812.48; of England, 80.20 and 83.4G. regarding ocean disasters, relates the following curiouscxampleof tho formiA Peculiar Hydrophobia Case. dable power of molecular forces. The A woman was bitten by a dog in TheLARGEST STOOK of WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY Italian ship Franccsca, loaded with Paris. She went at once and had the AM SUTVEKWAltE rico, put into port at East London, wound cauterized at the Hotel Dieu. leaking considerably. A iargo force Sho continued perfectly well until Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. of men was at onco put on board to ono day, when sho was passing the pump out tho water contained in tho hospital, sho was recognized by one of ship and to unload her; but in spite the students, who called out to her, til all the activity exerted, the bags of "Holloa I you are not dead yet then rico soaked in water gradually, and The dog which bit you was downright swelled up. Two days afterward the mad as they found out afterward." ship was violently burst asunder by The woman was seized immediately this swelling of her cargo. with a violent spasm, and in a few A suit of interest to peoplo of pray- hours died with symptoms of hydro er is threatened at Morris, Conn. A phobia OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. good widow, who was noted for her A threatening field fire which had faith in prayer, was offered 810 by an helm foueht bv a Iaree part of tho H embrace Staple and Fancy GrocerlcM, Patent aud Family unregenerato man if she would only population of South Lewiston, Maine, Flour, Jleul, Jlacon aud JLarri, Tobacco and Cigaro, Wood, fetch rain iu three days. The next without staying it, was subdued by en, Willow and Tinware, GIuks and Qttccnsware. Canned day it sprinkled lightly, aud tho wid- a steamfire engine sent down from GoodH ol all UlmlsaHpccIalty. ICeiucuibcr the place, "Tho ow presented her bill. Rut tho man Lowiston. Threo thousand feet of claimed that tho rain wasn't of con- hoso was used, water being taken from Corner Store." tract amount, and refused to pay. The a brook. By saturating tho mossy To now grain in corn tatul or any ordinary land nopreparation is ncrtltd tchere Ihu imjjement widow has brought a suit. ground the fire was speedily stopped, is wed; umply drirt into thejxdd and go lo irori seeding. though a largo timbering had been Relieve One, Believe All. burned over. There is or is not a Supreme Ruler of "I can marry any girl I pleise," he the Uuivereo. If we believe in a Supreme Ruler, it is surely as rational said, with a expression to ask Him to send a much-need- ed Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. on his laneuid face. "No doubt," rain over a parched earth, to stretch sho responded, "but what girl do you Hating the let and clicajicat implement ever produced. An imjJcvicnt thai it inditpentalU in out His omnipotent arm to stay a deThey don't speak now. lease ? i my crop cultivated. structive epidemic that bailies human E Charleston Hurricane. science, as to ask for spiritual light CMUItCH DIBECTOUT. and guidance. A believer in one,, a believer iu all. HTET1I0DI3T, SOUTH. Rev. J. 8. BiBa.ru-iVilo- r. 8Ice.TerySunJTmornlngnd tight. MuDdrtkaool It is a mistake to say Southern Bap PriTerMeeUngiTliureUrnighti. .. u. J, a. Mini, BuirlntenJcut. The t tists do not know how to give largo Woniin'i UlMtoii.rr Bocleir meet here on the lit In each month, at J o'clock, lira. T. T. suras. Gov. Shorter, who died recent- Sund7 l'ictMent. UlTleu, AVTIST. IUY. J. M. Biuck. Tutor. Sertlcee ly in Rome, Ga., gave 8150,000 to a Jj on itaconi and Fourth Bundiji. morning and college; Hon. Joseph E, Brown haa oljbt. rrarer Mettlujt eierj WednclaT after . a. imiiuw noon. BUDUaT Bcnooi ai v:?d a. h. lately made hia second 850,000 gift to HuK'loteudeut, IlIUlSTIAN. Wonhlp 1T tho corofTi'gatlon bt- institutions of learning;, and our own aij. nr Lord'e Third Preaching lr ur. J. w. uox Lord'a daTB. Sunday Vint ... ..James Thomas has uot given an S:li.- aud Bererance, winninaeni, School princely Bulky Harrow and 8m drr. at Tlif Albion Jo.. less than 830,000 to Richmond Col- T)UESUYTEUlAN.vBOUTH.-Ke- T. I. H.UckU For let money OMnrequirtd to obtain a grain,drill, vhickcan only be utilized in one en;' I ror, putor. Sunday School at 9.M. John W. Religious Her- Uout, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on IhU implement can be had, which trill put in all lindi of imall grain in the wry bett manner, in lege sinco the war. " Uu time and Kith lea labor thun the bent grain drill vuide. Wednetday nlghla. ald. ii i -- M'ROBERTS&STAGG Stanford, H Opera free-lunc- h E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS Ger-man- PENNY & McALISTER, 1 St. Asaph Block;, Stanford. GROCERS, HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. THE! jaLLBIOJNT r j ..... Bpriug-Too- th M STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DEPOT BT STANFOUD, KY., MW1HE, DiallcalN Monument., lirad.lonw, T.tlfl.. Marble oC Ac. Work all kind. neatly executed and aatl. faction guar- anteed. t uiatMfuruLn- ed on applica- tion. -- iy Petition of Tcettt and loicr while at work. by detaching tht Seeder you tare the bat Harrow in the trorJ, tue that trill do tnur work in once going orer the ground than an (tJinary harrow willinadotm, betide doing the uvrk fader and vtih vioreauie. 'iV seem wall is tho country for meat pics, as w " u An Arkansuw editor, in retiring tho miners carry their dinners with from tho editorial control of a nows- them in that. form. paper, Baid : "It is with a feeling of eadnesi. that we retire from tho conboy, there uro Yes, my million nnd two hundred thousand trol of this paper, hut wo lcavo our peoplo in this country. And you aro journal with a gentleman who is abler oulv ono of thorn. Just ouo. Thiuk than wo aro, financiallyto haudlo it. Ts in this oi that, ouco in n while, when you get This gcutlomau . -..1.1 1. .......... n community. Ar Ho is tho sheriff. u 10 wonueriug wuat nuum iinii'i-knnsaw Traveler, tho world if you should die. fifty-threo well-know- n 1.-1 RICHMOND the Southern States will be exception- was sitting near him three questions ally fino this year, it being probable concerning sulphur water, and ho disthat tho tonnage will bo larger than it covered thatjho had been consulting the resident physician when he received a bus been sinco 1853. I hare recently oinrd In Richmond a large and bill of 815. ccuplcl. Hulul Mill, aud am prepared tu lurnbh LicciAi. Itkm. Two countrymen very Mud of Billy's little sister had fallen and from Onion Creek camo to an Austin MATERIAL! to cnusult about bringing a joint hurt her nose, und she cried if great BUILDERS' lawyer suit against ft neighbor. The first deal over it. Hearing her mother granger began to tell tho causo of tho tell ier to bo careful lest slin might WcatlivrbourdliiK, Flooring, trouble, embellishing it rather liberajly. HiHiil it next timo, bo said : "What's Doom, NhhIi, lllludH, T.utliN, tho good of a iioso to her? She never Pualtlon of reath and Leier while uot lu uw. "Don't toll him any lies Rill," NIiIiikIoh, MouldlUKH, NlHlr- - Afirr tJ.inimn unui- noii. Lu reiiioiinn three teeth vou can thorounhlo 9uirue Ike toil, tullixate tho other. "It la Ida busi- blows it." do. aUdeiUroytkuec4Uintroroiiiifeomutataie,athigthalnoUhei'eulnrotoru-iHHJH, Ac. ness to put in tho lies, You will get The oldest inhabitant of LexingAt&rel ttated, here i an implrmeat that tan be used in mry crvji cuHtiattd and one thai u , 'uno-- come und tee it, get a aunt. can be Jura W und WinjJe. aa the above him confused if you go to mixing ton who has paid us high as seventy-fiv- a A. I tellInat price, luctiUnduull,gr article, whole-- celled in none by any other bought olhtr LouUillle. pie anil try if. JJ tl ius nm ao wnui v aaimjor u, iunw uu yvr 'im.y. lies with his." ale noue., 1 am luie i can male it iu joui u your cents u bushel for coal, can hardly ranuge I am lo luirouuo home lrutltutloui, GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanfard. Ky. It is said that Alexander Stephens bollevo himself at homo now that his al a practical R. 11. WKARES, Ayt , llickuiotdjKy. W. Iu WITHERS, Aot., lMncaler, Ky. 7 GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aqtt., IluUonle, Ky. ouco challenged tho lato Senator lieu coal dealer sends in his bill at tho rate of torn - reof 10 cents a bushel. Transcript. Hon. 7. B. Uonlqomeiy't Tettimonml. I hate cultivated my crop kttitationtkU irtwonmiri(A, (A Hill to fight a duel. Mr. Hilltke'btU tkal if And am prepared to furuUU detlgni and Aitluutca Albion Combined Cultivator, Ilarrou and Sieder and can tay uitkoul .. m (or bulldiug.andaUklud.of Krvll work. turned the following torso reply ; "I day vith all cat. Ildoetiti A youug lady in the knob neighThat! am dologuaiiu.il builaew, cau b Judg- narrow or cultivator I kare ever lem. Can plow ten acrte of corn a that tuy decline your cballonge, for tho reason borhood of Simpson county, has hair ed fromtothe fact per week.bauk account run. from uvrk xrftctly, and lean tkeerully recommend it to my farmer friend. I'hot ft, ilimtyovury. SI,50U tl.000 Cuutractlug to clean it from fltk uttkUie till dun that I have a family to support and a seventy iuches long, for which the haa lltlug price. and bulldlug douo promptly and at J Km ffrum rffA thi Seeder no extra hand In AddrtM 7l)Vl-ly- r by the diiver witkout flopping or gilting off hi teat. refused $80. V. H. NTAffOHU, bouI to savo. You havo neither." PLANING MILLS? - ARCHITECT, , rtuil Tuesday Morning, September W. P. WALTON, 12, 1882 EDITOR Br tho work of n lot of political jftckfteses, it logins to look liko Ken tucky is to havo threo, posaibly five republicans in her next delegation to In tlio history of apporCongress. tionment thero has never been known a moro stupid lot than composed that committco in tho last legislature. Had they let tho districts remain as thoy were, so that tho extra Congcssman could havo been elected from the Stateat-large- , wo would have been of ten representatives nt least, whereas thero is nothing now sure over six. Reports from Colonel Wol-ford'- s district are not encouraging. At best it is very close, nnd when we consider that Capt. Carr, backed by any amount of Hubbell's "voluntary e contribution fund," and tho old without a cent, tho situation is easy to imagine. In several of the other districts tho most unseemly wrangles havo occurred between the friends of the various aspirants, thereby making bad worse, whilo the re publicans backed by power and plun der nro looking on and reckoning not without their host. Tho prospect is not a promising one, look at it as we may. and unless cood nnd earnest speakers are' put to work and money sent to tho weak districts, the complexion of tho next delegation from Kentucky is hard to foretell. euro war-hors- York jTWonne remarks with gratefulness that tho republican of tho Elovcuth Congressional district of Michigan nominated Mr. Edward Breitung for Congress in placo of Mr. Jay Abel Ilubbcll, whoso term is about to oxpiro and who is endeavor-ingtogMr. Ferry's scat in tho Senate. Mr. Brcitung's nomination settles at least tho fact that Ilubbcll will not go back to the House, and this should greatly comfort all republicans who are rcstivo under tho indelible disgraco that tho boss blackmailer has inflicted upon their party. If, now, tho Mich igan Lcgislaturo has enough respect for itself nnd tho country to discour ago Mr. Hubbell's Senatorial aspirations tho public may yet sea tho of the Elovcnth dis trict in tho position for which naturo and education formed him namely, tho lovby. Tiir Now NOTES nunJnexn Ot CURRENT EVENTS, failures for tli MTfl day reported tNw York, 110. The democrat in the 0th Ky. district hate nominate! Col. Hurt, a gallant Mexican soldier, for Congress. was John Martin, in old thrown from a stage near ML Washington and had hit neck broken. William KeeJ.tof Parla, Ky., its killed by a train at Midway Station on the C. A O. Itoad, Saturday night. George Baber don't like primary election and ha therefore retired from the race for Congre In Louisville. The republican majority In Vermon la about 2.1,000. The democrat gain twenty-fire member In the House oyer 18S0. Commissioner Dudley, of the Penilon Office, think with hla 1,700 clerk he can Inalde of three clear up current builne aUge-i'rlre- pt year. The grand total of Arab! Paths said to be a follow : Infantry, 44,000; cavalry, 18,000; guns, 143; rocket tuben, 18; Iledoulns, I 30,600. Commercial sees what it's coming to and remarks: "Tho policy of political assessments The Cincinnati taken the position of governor in the family of Col. J. W. Whipp. Gen. Wolford' With a Full Corps of Teachers, mother Is very ill and not expected to recover. She I 93 year of age. J. F. This Initttutlon will open Its Thirteenth Heaalon on tho 2d Monday In Heptember next. I going to Arizonla to deal in minThe Post, which recently proved ing stock. before a tribunal which was to decide ALL Til K BRANCHES OV A James 8. Carpenter of thl county, which should havo tho legal printing tookqnite a number of premium on hi THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE of tho city, that its daily circulation three fine horses at tho Springfield Fair. Are taught, aa well at thousand in Louisville was several He ha been offered $1,000 for hi MU-Iis TUB LANOUAOKU, DltAW-INthan tho Courier-JournaC. greater, aUllion, $800 for hi and AND HAINTINO. making rapid strides into public fa$500 for hie mare. They are all Bheet, thoroughbred and splendidly trained. vor. It is an Married, on the evening of the 7lh, at well filled with fresh news and editoIn Tuition, price the residence of the bride' father, Mr. regular Department. range from 123; to 130 In tb comment of a lively character, Intermedial! rial ITlmarr.r Jamc MoWhorter, Mr. Dick Bites to Mis 130; Preparatory, HO, sod Collegiate, 130. nnd is sold at tho low price of $5 per Pamelia McWhorter. The wedding wa a I"or full putlcu rt, as to Board, Ae.,tddreat year. It being an evening paper its quiet one, only relative of the two famiHIM. H. C. THUKIIKAKT. I'rl-cl- tl, is circulation to some extent lies present. The contracting parties are Stanford, Lincoln Co.,- -. representative of two of the first families, thosp roads which run only in the county, and have the best withe of morning trains from tho city and to all of their acquaintance for a life of unedition is -- VIAremedy this a broken happiness. On the 8lli, George M. to be issued at the low price of $1.25 Shackelford was married to Margatct It. Wnagreo with tho Covington Com- per year. Address, Col. C. E. Sears, Rainey. On last Thursday morning, Lizzie editor and proprietor, Louisville, en- moniceaWi that primary elections are Lay, a woman of bad repute, walked into closing that amount if you want tho a decided improvement on tho aver the cabin of Lea Coffey, a very old negio cheapest and best paper for tho money age Convention, but we do not think woman who lives in the upper edge of it is tho part of a candidate to sug THE ONLY LINE RUNNING in the U. S. town, and asked Lea to let her leave her gest tho modo ot nomination to a baby, a very dark complected child there The meanest thief dovelopcd in tho To decide such questions until she could go down on the street and evil days that have como upon us is committee. WITH back. Bat Lizzie disappeared and when late Superintendent of tho for the good of tho party and not for one Phipps, last seen was leaving for part unknown In Pullman the interest of a particular candidate Sleeping Coaches! Philadelphia Almshouse. For years a fast run. The woman, Liz Lay is white, committees, ho hasr carried on a system of robbery, was the prime objectof the I said to be very black. Old and her child men actually stealing the food provided for which are generally composed of Brown. Lea kept the child until late Thursday positions to know what is evening. No one calling for it, she then At Kajsasain, Saturday, a force of the poor unfortunates under his who are in To Egyptians, with twelve cannon, attack- took it to the kitchen of J. W. Wilkinson,' charge. Over five car loads of sugar, best for all concerned. repulsed it there. Judge Bowman lines, and bacon, molasses and other provisions Although the wnolobtato is a ed the British five cannon were many pris- and left of the matter and held a wa inTHBODOn THE formed with the loss of and special were recently tound in his cellar, a good deal smaller than the county of oners. The'.British loss i stated at a hun- term of the County Court, to declare the Grandest Scenery in America 1 small remnant of tho large amount Pulaski, Ky., 120 petitions for di dred men. child a pauper and it was sent to .the Connecting direct la I'enn, Det fur that he had stolen from time to time. vorce were granted at ono term of One thousand ballot were taken In at The Tetchera' Institute was largely It is hardly necessary to state that Court in Rhode Island, recently. We Wisconsin convention before which Gen. E. Baltimore.Pluladelphia&N. Y. to attended both by the teacher and outsiPhipps is a leading republican and had' hardly thought that thero wcro S. Bragg is a candidate for The Only Direct Line to ders. Of the former there are 03 In the stands high no doubt as a church that many legally married couples in Congre8,oppo8edbyaman named Delaney. county and but two were absent. The exVirginia antl (lie CnroIlniiH. The convention adjourned without reachinomber. He is under arrest. the State. A curious feature of those ing result to meet igain ercise were conducted by Dr. Reynolds, of a veeterdar. ' Ticket, are on tale at principal Ticket Offices, divorces and which proves that the Fifty-thre- e victim of the flood In the Louisville, assisted by Profs. W. C. and at the General Office ofthoC. A O, Hallway, Nast has n cartoon in tho last at 340 West Muln Nlrec-i-, Louisville. of Parksvllle, and Phillip, of. average R. I. man is a bad 'un, is that Concho River valley, Texas, of two weeks Harper's Wcclly, that aptly illustrates and from what I aaw, I agree For further Information, addreta J. C EBNUT, tho unfortunate condition that a gov- 98 ot them were by the wife against ago, have been recovered and recognized, with the general verdict that it wa the Oeneral Southwestern Agent, Ixiulnllle. and a larger number of Mexican, mostly tho husband. ernment employo is left in after Hub-boil. w. rin.i.KU. herders, were also recovered. The losses at moat interesting and profitable Institute O. W.HHITII, Oeu'l Manager, Uen'l PtM'r Ag't. and tho other assessment commitWe trust that tho delegates of tho Sn 'Angeles, Ben Ficklin and Conchu foot ever held in the county. The teacher were an intelligent body of ladies and gentees get through with him. The pict- district will not content themselves up $312,000. Another shock of an earthquake wa tlemen, and we are sure tint the common ure represents a poor fellow with noth- with merely sending proxies to tho ing but a shirt left to hide his convention which meets hero ou tho felt at Panama, Saturday morning. The schools in their hand will prosper. Among & and are afraid the handsome ladies In attendance, I nonakedness, tho General Committee 20th. Of- courso Little Phil will get Iople are ticed Misses Mary, Pamelia and Tiihle to sleep in their house. Bridges' of the 'having gone of! with his money and tho nomination, but let's givo it to Panama Railroad are out of line, and trav- Myers, of the county, Mattle Mclninch tho State- Committee with his hat, him like wo meant business. A gath el la suspended. Interior town are re- am' Mary Coulton, of Mlddleburg, and 0?III-- CI boots, clothe?, &o., and a County Com- ering together of tho delegates all over ported badly damaged. Belief. Williams, of Dunnvllle, a lovely Ineflect Aug I., 1881. mitteeman with pistol in hand de- the district to comparo notes and swap The heaviest rainfall ever known at brunette. CINCIMHATI HOUTHKltW PIVIHIOM. UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT manding tho voluutnry contribution experiences, will do a vast deal of San Antonio is reported Wednesday night, Day Acin Mlgt BTATIONB. Ex. Ei. of his last stitch of clothing. It's good. So como ahead. There's room six an a quarter tnchea of water having Sam. M. Bunleti, Editor. IMt. A.M. fallen. Railroad and telegraph line were ' Convkhtion Calleu. In obedience to Lie. awful, and it's gettiug worse. for all. g S SO S 40 badly Injured. The Capitol building at the order of the Democratic Congressional " Clnclunall.......... II 23 8 It II 10 LeiluaUm... A rniMARY election is to scttlo the Anstin,Tex.,wu so badly injured by a hurri- Committee of this the 8th District of Kenu 43 8 40 II M Gov. Blackmjun has sought to cast V It ft 05 MchoTaailllo.- -. 12 High BrHgo 47 a reflection on Will Owens on account claims of the several Congressional cane, Iti feared It will have to be rebuilt, tucky, thedeinociatsof Rock cm tie county vsl w U " Daullle. lc 10(13 12 47 i M arid IS Vi William S. Jett, the man who led the are requested to meet In massconventlon In Vo are informed that aspirauts in Louisville, on Sept. 30. Junction of his lather. I hi i Homenet soldier to the hiding place of Wilkes the Court-hous1 00 .....- - 2 20 in Mt. Vernon, on Satur' I ot urntlde. Mr. Owen's father was a respectable Mr. Willis has agreed to submit his Booth, after the assassination J 40 A.M. 134 of.PresIdent day, September 10th, 1882. for the purUockwood -. WH 7 60 It farmer and owned a mill, and he and claims to it and will no doubt bo the Lincoln, and who, for hi connection with g " bnrlog City 7 SI 40 iq- gap a Arr. pose of appointing and instructing delehis family were well known through- nominee Tho republicans, embold- the capture of Booth and Harold, ba been A.M. I'.xt. I P.M. gates to the District Convention which out tho couuty and Btood in high es- ened by the recent vote in tho Jacob immortalized in history, wa a few day meets In Stanford, Wednesday, September Le. Chattanooga..,., .. Ill o 00 7 SO Bprlng Clty.....-- .7 60 7M OSS teem. In raking up the avocations of race, think they havo a fair chanco to since sent to the Maryland State Insane 20th, for the purpose of nominating a dem" Uockwood.. ....... 8 40 ar 7 40 1008 Asylum, a raving lunatic. " Point llurnalde........ 12 40 162 that early day, it may bo well enough electa John Mason Brown. ocratic candidate for the House of Repre, I OS A.M. 2 IS BoueraeU....,.-.- -. Central University ha brought suit in Junction City 2 32 Ir 6 SO It from thl district. By order of know that Luko Blackfor the public to sentatives A iunny man out in Kansas now the Shelby Circuit Court against W. L. l)tnillle............, 24; 6 40 a 41 High Urldge, the County Committee. Jack Adam, Jr. Sll 0 10 4 II burn's father stood a stallion. Now " NIcuoUmIIIo 313 laughs on tho other sido of bis head. Scott and Mr. Harbison for uupald sub Chairman ; Jno. W. Brown, Secretary. 4M ' Lexington-...- ... 4 03 7 09 SOS -- .... if thero is any diflerenceou account of defendant will resist pay 30 He thought it would bo a good joke scription. The lwrgetown... ... 4 00 10111 HI Low Rate. The Louisville A Neh- - Arr. Clnclunatl.. ...... 7 7 40 two grounds: First, that the sub what these gentlemen's fathers did, we to load a cigar with powder and givo ment on trip excur ALABAMA tlltEAT BOUTHEKN." I A.M. scription were obtained by fraud ; second, ville Railroad will think that Owens has tho best of the it to an acquaintance, but ho don't that Central University is no university in sion tickets from Montgomery and all atas Lt. Chattauoug..... .... a 00 Covington Commonwealth think so showing. . " AllslU.. ... . ..-12 65 any more. It put ono of the die etnee understood by the' subscriber tiona north and from Memphis and all sta" lllrlng.aui , " .... . Si00 6 "I often cross tho street to avoid fellow's eyes out and a court has just wlien the subscription were obtained, nor tion north, to the Louisville Exposition, Arr. Tuclooe .... Meridian-...-......., .,., 10 JJ meeting a man," says Mr. Beecher, awarded him 85,000 damages against r contemplated by the charter, but only a from September 4th to October 19ili, and to Lte, Meridian .....,-.- .. fTio . s 57 the Cincinnati Exposition, from September .! Tutcalooet.-..- ... college and a very ordinary one at that. "not becauio I havo any thing against tho foolish joker. . !! Blrmlnghiu... -- . . 12 21 4th to October Gtl, at four (4) cent per AtUlU- -, . . 2 30 him, but simplyl do not feel liko ) so . Ticket sold any Arr. Chattanooga..... . -mile for the round-trip- . OARRARO COUNTY. Thk Coonranger, the Sebrco Sunspeaking to him. I suppose all mcu AMU MEB1D1AN. week and good to return ten day in the beam and too Ballard A'etcs aro the Paint Lick. Lte. Meridian..-......- .. aro this way." Yes, especially if they . 10 20 sale. Quite a number from tbla vicinity will day from date of names of threo Kentucky papers that -i',e'.t - 12 60 are going to meet the editor and they . 26 A Veml Cltrgyman. take advantage of cheap R. R. rates this " Jackaon went up the flumo last week, and still . 3 33 owo for lost year's subscription. It is Arr. Vlcktburg Eten tht patience of Job would lecoms ..... a 20 feek and visit the Louisville Exposition. is moro (that ought) to follow. thero were bs a preacher sod endettorlog to yickaburg8 00 -- . .. that can a mighty mean Whilst on a business trip to Berca, interest lit audience wblle they wtr koeplug up Lt. Jacktoo. -.. . ........ (0 41 Brandon. 1128 of tho poorly paid, hard Tun Somerset lleporter speaks of dadlson county, last week, we noticed con- so Inceasant coughing, making It lupotilblo lor ........-.- look one -- . I4t very eaty tbla ." t'j"?.'. blu to bs ... worked fellows in tho face and still Disciples of Ike Walker." .. 4 43 Truly, siderable preparation being made for work Ls aiolded beard. Ytt, bowDr. King's can sll Dis- Arr. Meridian New by eliuply utlng on the K. O. It. R. near there. HHKKVKPOltT AND i'AClelO. withhold from him his just dues. our old uncle Izaak Walton should covery tot Cuutuiupllon, Coughs and Uolda. Trial The Union S'inday School wa reor- Dottle Lte. Vliktburg ..-...... Ik ... . 12 SO CauriaJounial has a corres- rise from bit gravo and exclaim : And ganized at Walnutta Collegiate Institute Btore. glvca sway at fenny A McAlttter'a Drug H Mourue, ....-Tub Del. ,. ... Arr. 6 80 is farao. pondent at Frankfort, who concoivos this on Sunday, the 3rd Inst, Iter. J. 1 Woman' Trut Fritnii. 7 30 Mouro. ............... .... Lt. Delta ... 12 SO .... ' Superintendent and it to be his highest dutyto apologize A friend Id need la a friend lodeod. Tbla none Tiio liquor dealers of Topeka, Kan. liarne wa 2 00 Arr. Vlcktburg la rendered for tho pardons issued by the old loon sas, shaved the tail and mane of a Jiime 8. Burrows, Librarian and Treas- can deny, especially when autttancs dlaeaae, mors JOHN BOUTT. V. P. and Oen. Man. Cln. Hou. with I a Paint Lick Institution and wbn una la sorely afflicted It'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. P. WILHOW, It, K. and who occupies tho guuernatorial chair. horso owned by a prosecuting attor- urer. Thl particularly thoea com plaints and weaknesses to I', A. Cln. Hou. It'y, Cincinnati, O.i 11. wo trust the citizen of tho village and O. A. A,U. In tio oyes of this scribbler tho o. 1, ney, nnd iimdo kindling wood of his orroundlng country will liberally patron common to our female iwpulatlon. Every wouita J. HAItDV,I', 0 1'. A 8. Ji'r, CIittaa.Tenu. V. A M7 It'y, VFckiburg. aboutd know tbst Klectrlo Bitters ere woman's Mlu. JOE '. McOUIH-,- 0. V. A. V H. A t, aforesaid is Infallible. carri ago. rvatore ber to U'rMimroe, L. ivo It. with their mean and their children. true friend, and will potllluly sweet-heart's l, O eight-colum- curtail-edValon- g serai-weekl- and government en of ployca has doveloped such gross abuses already as will probably lead to its abolishment.- - Tho' two per cent, demanded by Collector ilubbcll has been followed by n fivo per cent, as sessment by Stato Committees, and this again by an additional demand for two per cent, moro from tho Con gressional Committee. Wcro these demands responded to the assessments would amount to ten per cent, a year upon tho salaries of tho It is a political tithing practiced by tho priestly class under tho Old Dis pensation. Already thero is violent kicking against it, and tho dissatis faction will presently grow into open revolt." says Mahone's Thk Courier-Journprospects in Virginia aro becoming less promising overy day, and it be gins to look as if bis scepter has departed. A year ago ho had every thing his own way, but from present indications ho is only suro of ono Uou Tho cressional district in the Stato. five democratic Congressmen will all be ro elected, and tho signs point to the defeat of Wise, tho readjuster candidate for Congrcssman-nt-large- , Thcso facts are referred to tho consideration of Gen. Chalmers, tho would be Mahono of Mississippi. office-holder- s offico-holdcr- THEV?Jiniy Clipper tells of an old gentleman' death which wan caused by the bunting of hi ear drum, white blowing hit note. Ten thousand pound of gunpowder exploded at Uuaratuas, Arizona, killing one man and destroying $100,000 worth of properly. In Arkansas, the republican, by uniting with Independent nnd Greenbacker, have reduced the democratic majority in the Legislature. The jury in the long drawn-ou- t reported only a partial agree mentand the judge has ordered them to be detained In seclusion until an agreement is reached. A great sensation has been productd among Masons In Philadelphia by the suspension of Grand Tiler Clark, of the Grand Lodge, for sending obscene matter through the mail. The Mayor of Chicago, Carter If. was married Harrison, an in London, England, on the 221 to Mis Maggie Stearns, the daughter of a wealthy Cbicagoan. Wm. Clay, on of Henry Clay of Bourbon county, wa thrown from hi buggy and killed Friday night, while on hi wny to house tq take her to the his theatre at Paris. At Browsville, Texas, since the yellow fever epidemic, there have been 1,039 case and eighty-eigh- t death. At Pensacola, Fla., for the last week thero were thirty-nin- e caea and eight death. for the "straight" The candidate Democratic nomination for Congres in the First district are Mesar. Harris, Corbett, Clark, Reeves and Gilbert, of Paducah; Stone, of Lyon, and Grace, of Trigg, A prominent New York republican delegate to the State Convention, claims 350 out of 400 votes for Secretary Folger for Governor on the first ballot, ire think Cornell's name will not be presented. Report from,Pittylvan!a county, Va., state that diphtheria is ranging to an alarming extent. Fifty death occurred in the last three weeks, and more than a hundred person are now down with the disease. There were two foul murder in Mercer count last week. The second one occurred at Cornishville, where 'Squire Speed Tay lor, who wa drunk and wanted to kill lomebody, shot without provocation James 13,-0- The rilltge of Paint Lick now seems to be enjoying an era of prosperity, and we hope to ee every enterprise for It advancement liberally patronized by every who ha It Interest at stake. We on would like to tee Its day school and Sun day school built up and well patronized and the proper way to do this la not to run otT to other place (or school facilities but patronize and build up home Institutions; this I the proper spirit to manifest by business men. Misse Lula Pulllns and MIm Pattle Adam, left last wtek to enter school at Loretla, Ky. Jno. Cox, a student un der C S. Campbell, K. R. Agent and tel egraph operator at thl place, ha secured the position of assistant agent and telegraph operator at Silver Creek, Ky. He relieves Thorna MIcMlelon, who goes to Livingston, Ky. We wish our young friend Cox, much aucce. He ha been a very faithful student while here. James Douglass, of thl vlclntty, who ha been In the employ of Wm. Brown, Section Master on thl branch of the R. R. hi been given the position of assistant foreman In track with headquarter at Parksvllle, Ky., at a good salary. We hope hi star may never grow dim, but that his course may Pulbe upward in It. R. circles. David llns ha a mortal case of Tennetsto fevtr. The doctor report It a a gone case. There I a beautiful and accomplished young lady In the case we deeply tynipalhlzo with our friend David. Queen Brothers, leading merchant of Richmond, Ky., made a Hying visit to this villa ge last week. Willis Adams, Jr., ha gone to the ciliea to buy hi new stock of goods. John the prince of commercial traveler spent last Sunday at the Veranda House here. Mr. Laura Huston and children of Illinois, I on a visit to relative here lay-lag, health, tten when alf other remedies fall. A tingle trial always proves our aeeerllon. They tr pleaiant to tetta, and only coat any rents a bottle. Sold by fenny A XteAlliler. rnorKssioNAM T. vr. vta-o- n. 4 r.. TAXES ! TAXES !! AirX'tUlNl'lVM A.T IA.AV, HTANFOltD, KY. Offlc T. W. ft WM VAIINON, bulldlng-t- ip am..ch vashoh, . InOwtley AHon'antw ilalrt. TO TUB OF LINCOLN CO.I-Th- ttaic have now been due mt elnce June Sin for I Ml. Ae moat all have got ths money In the bank doing them no good, I atklhetax payers to come and settle. Ion'l think liccaiieo you aregood that wt don't want yonr taire. The earlier w get g the Ui of men, the better. W then know who to rreaa, Meetm or my Deputy st Hualonilll rVrtember 2.1. and on Batnrday, lluiee. It. 0. KAUFFMAN, A.a'a'oitNj-3.t Ija."v, LANCAHTF.lt, ICY. Mttler Oonimluloner and County Attorney, Will practice In ill the Courts of tlwrird and adjoining counties snd In the Court of Appeala. II, 72-- tt Crab Urrhard; at Planlonl at til J. N. HKNKrEK, H.I- -U sal i"X'01lNJ3V HTANFOltD, T1IOMAH 1. HILL, KY A'X' Jit., X.,A.-V- , 1KIOOINS HOUSE! 8nroD 8iit LANCASTER,. JOHN T. 1IKK1INS, -- Will practice In IhtCourtaol lh, and adjoining cnutitlcaand In the Court of Apical,. Offlc In Owiley A Hon'a new bulldlng-- Uj, tUlrt- - KENTUCKY PROPRIETOR. 3S ALF.X. ANDRItaON, JV'X" I..A.-WDANVILLK, KY., Will practice In th Courts of tloyleaod adjoining countleeand In the Court of Apr-a- lt. V"X'OUNJ2V , f 4 A FIRST CLASS HOTEL Insvery particular, The patronage ol tho publto solicited, and aatlafactlon guaranteed. IlMf Kimt LIMKHTY, KY. Will .11 .. ... ..,!. iu .11 in,- .. .. . u- -r ana ai. Joining r,ii, and In vvuni ,i counllea, the Court of Artwali. Kh.rial .M,nll.. .1... ,...li..i. rM uuue. tunc over It. T, lerce'e tlore. --I ATTOIINWY d 1 MABTHHSON at J..X.W, :.:- w ,i' SMALL FARM FOR SALE. Having moved to Nlcholuvllle, I will aell vately my Kann, containing about pri- OIL J. U. OAIU'KNTEH, BTANFOIID Offlc oter Ilobt. 8. 1.y tie's store. from J to and 7 to 9 r. -- . KENTUCKY Office h'ourt a ONE HUNDRED ACRES On trie Danville A Stanford Pike, about 3K from Danville. The place, la In fond idle of In grata except tlaut so acrra; that to go In amatl grain. Tb house la In good repair and r, container looina, slao pantry, clitern tenanl-hout- e, eorn-boubarn, corn-crl- ti, Ac, and it One fruit of etery dnrrlptlon tt any ono wtnta: applet, peart, Mthea, plume, cherries, grape, dainwna, almoat any thing you may call for. Plenty of a lock water, fn tight of tchool-houa- e, ono mile from blackiinlth ahop, two nillra from water mill, lilttrelogly healthy placo fur thedoctora. In 1 jeara never paid ff doctora Milt. I refer you to Me .T. M. Milan), II. M. Ltnney, W. Il.tlentry: alto Bain Johnaon, who Urea oath place, and Thomaa Helrall, Mlanlord. m "I'" J. J. WIXHON, IX3N'IM'. OfBco at thdoor;tmoke-houa- e, new BTA lO'Oltll, snd lletldence, Uper Main HI. KY, HUIKHloN lJ3IV'l'IM'r, srANKOHI), KY. .1fn',ou".,.,l',f M,ln UlntX, two doort shot e Myers Hotel. ruroNltreui Oxide Oat admlnlilered when re o,u!red. liBB P. HUFFMAN. Dick-erso- n, Addreaa it JUIIN HKTCAI.r, lt. UTWILL O. MOltOAN, NIcholuTllle, Ky, cASEjrcouuTr. Libit. Mis Lulie Phillips, of Louisville, ha Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KY. Will k. ofeach month, from Brat MonJay. Iiental nwint In St. Aiaph Motel, oter MeA'ltter A llilghfa. (Sew tlcn.l At Lancailer two weeke of each month from third Monday Dental roorua In Maaon Houae. (Meotlgn.) 1'urenllroui olid gaao admlnUtered when neceeMry. 4(2-t- OUNTIHT. Le In Manlbrd two I). D. U. f P9 "" Mmmm ST.ASAPHHOTEL MhIu St., Nliinrortl, Ky. JOHNDINWIDDIE,PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 TERMS MODERATE. BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. Spoclal Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage TrantTerred Free of Charge I bare and intend to hare recently taken charge of this home first-cl- I u accommodations. THE NEW ROUTE EAST, WASHINGTON! MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. DURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND t f SOLID TRAINS, From LOUISVILLE Iti Proprietor ia Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointnienti, or Attention to Comfort of their Guest. WASHINGTON, 99 SB Vantage wlllkeeoaieytd teaail Treat UtJegtl free ofcharge. Seeelal acceaataogalleaa to The Uarwlllke tillers tt tailed with the ekeleeat hraadaorLUeera aid Clgara. Poor-hou- WM. DAUGHERTY Hucceaaoi to Daugberty A Holme, ST.lM'oni). - - KKNTIKJKY, t Mixurit-itiaar- or Grin-stea- Fino Carriages, Buggies, g, ll panic-stricke- Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific - Railway. - 0?ll3ll! I'.. AND PHAETONS. 11 Ueorjetown.... Clty.,.... -... .............. e ..... .... G0 WAGONS "OF ""aU. KINDS. dfurea ttyle, workintnihlp and mil. rial ronilj. ed. WM. IrAUUIIKKTY. ll We manufacture Carrlagee of all deacrlpllona, emplo; Ing only flrit-claworkmen and u.lng only BriUclata material, and tell at reatonable KENTUCKY -- THK GENTHAL nr ran II MOST DCSHIAIILK UOUTK TO a CINCJIIVIVATI! And decidedly the Popular lloute, sBordlog, aa II dou, teat thaugoa and eupfrlur accomuiodallona to I Miisouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, The North, Norlhweal and Weat. In fact, If you coo la niplato a trip In any direction, jour lalerrat will be LeetaerTtd by purchaalng your tlcketa via K. C. and Cincinnati, 'iTralna each way 2; Pull . man l'alaco Cart; hlrgtnt New Day Coaches, and handaomtly furnlihed Itecllulng Chair Cart lorm the unequtled eulpmcnli of thlt old llelltble, thereby uiaklugn trip oter tbla Hue on olluxu. rloua comfort snd plcaaure. Try It, TIME TAULK, 11 ......... ........ ....... 11 d ., INEnOi No, 4 MAV 11, UK. ......... -.,. ItU .. 1. .. I No. 4." Lte. Uorlngtnn 100am 143pm 880 pm " Falmouth.. . V 41 a lu I ill u u 7 40pm " Ujrutblana .... 10 M m t II u u '. " l'arla. II Mam 05 p m Arr. Uiloiton,.... it n p in ; 00 p u ,...... Li. Iluglou . ... ISOptu 1 Klji ui ......,... Arr. Wlncbetler... " Mt. tllerliug. . IIOuu 8 60 p m .......... T SO p ii' II 81 a m ... " Aahlaud South. ilo. 1, " Huullngton. Booth. ... ... lUeit lNini .. .... IWiu NoTT I 10 a u Mo. I. No. -- ,..... .. t. n - -.. . ...... 11 Huntington... esoaui I U a m ... AtbUudp. ..... 7 W a lil I 4 u. VBL""D ' Wlncbetler .. II' ' p m II m Arr. Leilugtou... 1 15 p ui 7 W a lu . Lte. 2 00 p w " l'arla.. ..... lUpm " Cynlblana..... SSOpu 00am ..... " Kalmouth.. .. 4 40 p m 10 03 a m 8 80am Arr. Corlugton... . 8 15 m II 48 a m 120am MAYdVILLH lllVISION No. IS L. Lelutou pm. Arr. Maya villa Lexington aLZ No. IS 8 SO " Wariilll, I talm lu. I Lt. " ... SJtu..... llotu ....... 8m Jf.l';Mytllliu. No.I8"MayMllloU80pm nai,L,,.7p COLL-1IHA-N, TralotNo. land! run dally; all others daily ticept Kuuday. rJwclal lUtea to Kmlgrauli. Fur tlckelt, ratcaaud Information rlalulugUi time couuecllous, As , call ou or addreta 8. T HWII-T- . AgL, Ualngton. CUAB. L. UUOWN, O I' A T, A. J. V, KLLIbON , Uen'l Manager, ST.A.isriiroiarD, ky. 12, 1882 A.M. . 2 t P. M Tuesday Morning, Soptombor L 1'MMHfff & N. I0CAL TIME CARD. " trtlni North.., " Hoath. LOCAL NOTICES. t 10 J Hamilton Steel I'lown at A. Iuv I'aint of Penny A McAIIster. Ki.kvrn rooNirt Sugar for $1 at MoAl liter A IlrlgMV. Fine oil iialnllnx JiMt rccciTnl at Mc '. Itolxrti A HIkk'. Nr.w slock of Jewelry ami Hilrrrwnro at rennjr tv .McAliitcr's. lleaiilifiil line ol laical Itoz stationer, at .Mcltoliert HtRR'n. School books ami school supplier In gen erl at MclloberU A BUrk's. Fiiuit Jaim In any style nnd at your rlce at McAlitttr A llrlght. IOVriw of flood Tea will find the best In llie city at Penny A McAllatcr'. Watchm, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAIIster. Fam. lot of clulcr'a Shoe just retclr nl and for rale at J. II. AH. If. Hliankt. Wahteii. Country luron. highest market rlre In cash paid. McAliMrr Alltiglit. In the Pohk Allien Fruit Vinegar, world, fur mIo only lir McAIIster A Wright. gooda, boot and You will find the best ahoea, Ac, will be received and ready to be (.cent cigar In town at Penny A McAUs-lerahown to the trade by September 12 at flo to A. Owsley' for the Kentucky Ilobt. S. Lytle'a. Call early and get firat only reliable Drag Drill choice. drain Drill, the In the market. J. II. A 8. H. Rhankr are receding ami Short Stiiet, oppoalle llruce livery 0nlng a line line of fall and winter godils, atable, li nearly always obstructed, In many them. Call and Ton the purest ami freshest candies and Inatancea borer being tied ao a to aland tropical and home grown, at acroaa the pavement. The attention of the liest fruits, wayr co to MoAllster A llrlght'. Marahal la called lt M, Feland bought of W. O, Alexander, a mare at $IW. Hon, G, A. Lackey bought of Thomas en'a. lloblnaon 83 mountain ewe at 1 centa. J. 12. Ilruoe sold a couple of thoroughFort Ilnirr. The Jaa. N. Darla alore houne, till January lat. Apply to II. Iv. bred young hull for $100 to Col, It. J. Whlfe. Harrow, A aale of fat ho?, for November deA coM wave from the N. K. reached livery, waa made In Jeaaamino county, at hero fiiinday, aince which It haa been cold 7 cent. enough for Chriatmaa, J. W. Laaley contribute a fl pound Tiik coal miner along the Knozville ilraillian aweet potato to our collection of branch are on aatriko for 1J to S cent per big things. For Sale. A thorough-bred- , 3 year old hualiel. They were getting .1 to I cent. . bull, a beautiful red. Apply to J, M. Lamm, call and examine the lignt run Ilrown, McKinney. 31 nlng New Home Hewing Machine, the beat John Miller, the bosi Watermelon In the world, for aale at Chenatilt, Hcrer-anc- e grower of Georgia, haa Juat pulled one, A Co'. which weighed 01 pounds. One of the beat troupe on the road It. II. Hutchcraft.of Paris, haa bought lUcbinond A McKlrclhV, will appear here 12,000 barrel of new corn in Itourbon, at 1ct every body ree them In $2 CO delivered at depot in Paris, "Van, the Virginian." 'Squire Murphy exhibited two stalks Mary J. Scott auea Harry of corn Saturday, with two car each on Divorce. Scott for divotce, alleging abandonment. them, which measured 17 feet in height. Public sale of short horn cattle, Oct. The part!? are colored, J. II. Pazton, the, 14h,by It. II. A E. P. Woods, and Col. regular divorce lawyer, bring the auit. C II. Itochciter. For further particular Mn. H. C IttrrusY, Merchant Taybr, I addrcaathem at Stanford. "till receiving Fall and Winter gooda; and Wanted To buy a good combined thoae dralrlng an It ahouhl go at once and horse. Muat go the running-waland be elect pattern while hi atock la freah. young. Don't wlah any thing fancy in animal or price. .Apply at Interior JourKntire fall atock or dry -J- do to J. W. Harden for Muaratalre Chamola akin glovea In black and tan. (Jam, and examine the fine lot of Par lor Fiirnltiiro fnat received nt It. K, Wear LAND, STOCK AND CROP. ohn INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and "Woolens, which were bought early this year, at the close of Winter sales, at 15 per cent, less than present value. Money saved is money made. Come and see me. Respectfully, ItOBT. S. LYTLE. in honor of our historic village. A the struggle could not be considered a test I will (fare you the score. In brief, Hustonvllle furnished two hands to complete the McKinney num ber, and got beaten for the courtesy. Tho return game Is'to be playe) here on Satur day next and then the matter will be more fairly tested and more fully reported. September I the die intula of young society. Misses Dollle Williams and Emma Peyton returned .today to Hamilton Col lege, Missca Ida, L.liile and Jllanclie Twldwcll leave about the last of the week for Daughter's College. Other, contemplate leaving soon. We note the presence of Mr. W. S. Itobinson and Mis Itice Thurman, of Springfield, with Mrs. Mc- Cormick. Mr. Ed. White and Mis Louel-l- a Bright, county, at Mr. Adams'. Miss Maggie Itobinson, Springfield, with Miss Halite Cook. Mr. Joel K. Huffman, of Covlngtonjs Tisiting her mother and sisters. Soc Owens and family are expected In from Falls of Cumberland We have been amused at the crowing of lea favored portion of the county and Stale over ceieal and vegetable products. unusual for the particular localities, and rather respectable any where. But In West Lincoln wo regard a cob carrying 1400 grains a simply a better kind of nubbin. James L. Itose, of thia section present an ear of corn consisting of 32 row and 60 grains to the row, making, if my arithmetic is not at fault, 1792 grains. Jaa. Taylor report ICO buahels potatoes to the acre. Freely Peacock, who is conscientiously opposed to working his garden, digs up a beet weighing 8 lba. 10 oz., and Tom Nail ex blblts a variety Of corn warranted to produce any agreed number of earn to the stalk. Our specimen are not yet exhausted, but we "pause for a reply," giving due notice, however, that If any thing fabulous appear we will call In Jim Goode and Cole Carpenter. ney nine, to enter the Hat y. 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 ADIYIR.'S SALE WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, ! As Admlnlttrstor of the entile of Lowli It. Jones, ore a, i win, on BARGAINS. FOR THE NEXT -- W FARM for SALE. ON TIIK 2Mb DAY OF SKlTEMIlEIl, 1J (County Court day) I will r.nVr fur aale to the high eat and belt bidder, the FA KM lal-- Ir owned ky Dr. J. Jnplln, die'd. limited one mile norlh-w-- it of Mt. Veraon.on the Crab Orchard roa.l.and ACIlKd, and good a Htock Farm aa there Is In tbecnnnly, writ watered, grcd orchard, Ac. JOI'f.l.V, f.ir., THIRTY SILL DAYS, 1882, WILL k PERSONAL V Itr.v. J. A.Dow of HuatonTllle, was here yesterday. Mb. K. 1. Owaxi.Y haa gone lo Cincinnati for hi Fall atock. Mn. and Mil. If. C. I.hmiiit return- el from Chicago yesterday. MiMHALi.irVANDrKVEr.nreturncd to Haiiiillon College yesterday. MimkmMattir AN.iJr.iwii. MoA utter of Danville, are rial ting litre. MimXamnib STAtio.of Ilirrodfhurg, li ylaillng Mi" ItoM ltichanl. Mlt. H.T. lUnmgand Min "Iteole hare returned from Louisyllle. Mis ItiiotiA Hah. has gone to Writ Mb Klita Hogan at UryanUTlllc. Mil. A. CI. McIIoiirktii left for hla home In Vttnilllion counly.Ind., yenterday. Mb. W. B. Vaiison left for Whitley county yesterday to look after h! Interest there. Mihh Maiiy MyriM la hack from a delightful ylalt to frienda In (leorgla and Florida. Mr. 1'o.STAiifE .S.fliiivra, a refugee from the Yellow ferer at 1'enMeol.t, la here with relalirea. Mian Maiiy Huown left yeterday to enter Hamilton College at Islington. The Judge arcompanWil tier tliillicr. jj Mkh. Julia Huskin. and MIm Sue Daria, of Cample llavlllc, ale the gueiU of their plater, Mr. Judge J. A. I.yllc. Mr. A OuM.irv, of Oarrard, entered h!a daughter, Mba Mary Lillian and MIm Km in a Doty, at the College yesterday. Mn. II. Jl. Coi.UKit, formerly of Garrard, a brother of Mra. U. I). Simimon, died at Ida home In Sacramento City, Cal., on tho Cth, of Conauinptlon. He leave a wife and one child. of the Colored Falrare pleated with thtlraucctaa. Ilealdta having a great deal of fun, they cleared a piece; more than they uaually make In the aamo length of time. couisi-ONiiEN- The Siockiiomieru $--') ' The at Goochtown might have teen Ida letter In print had he rent hit name. For the 10,000,000th time, we remark that anonymoua communications are only Inaerted In the t. waate-baake- Mni. Tahiti! A Power., who removed fiom Iloyle to Vermillion county, Ind., CO year ago, died Friday. She wa an aunt of Mra. A. G, MclloberU ami waa eighty year of age. She had been blind thirty naier. nrgulcr saya Col. It. J. While, of The year. Madison county, bought within the past The Metr brothers who were in jail month in the counties of Lincoln, iloyle, here for aliout a year, were, tried in Clay Garrard and Madiaon, 2.10 eztra feeding county last week and given five years each cattle for Col. John I). Harria and 100 for for murder. They wete charged with kill-in- g himself COO bead in all, the price being two men hut were acquitted a to one from G to 5 cents. Also 1G0 eztra shipper for himself and Major Harria. at C of them. . plain J. T. IlAiiiua, at his Meat and Provis- and CJ cents. 1He has bought 2oO is docattle at 3 and cenjt. Col. White ion Store, will oen the Fish and Oyater market on the 'J I at Inat., and will sell ing an immense business. KJUtr Jnlrrior Junuit tho brat at reasonable price. He aim I have been asked a number of time aellalcoand keep the Commercial Hotel, to give name and varieties of apple tree where every body ia treated right. Call suited to this climate. With an and fee. existe- It. Ealell, of Fayette, now in Madibuying mules, sold three fat broke mule last week for $ft."0. Thla li the beat price for three mule that we ever heard Richmond Ilegtsttr. of. Mr. Itlchard Water write that lie finds from experience that it coal about $10 per acre to grow a wheat crop. And that one acre which la made to yield 30 la more profitable to the farmer huahel than three acre which yield 20 bushels Farmers Home Journal. each. A great deal of wheat will be fed to First, be atock thia year for two reasons: cause in many places It will be comparative ly low In pri:e, and second, becauae a good deal of It la too much damaged to bring a good market price. In either case the utc of wheat In thla way I sensible and likely Pittsburg Stockman. to be remunerative. Our corn show will occur on County Court day in October, when premiums will be given on the beat 12 ear of white corn; eecond btt while; beat yellow, and second beat; beat mixed and second beat, and beat red. The first premiums will be the Interior Journal and two other paper here after to be selected; the second f remiums the Interior Journal and one other C. son, nal office. At tb late reililsnraof decedent, about 1Y, mile Wcat of Stanford, sell at public auction to tba BOOTS, SHOES, uiKneni uiofirr, iiieperaooai property 01 ueceueni, Ml, Vernon, Ky ronMallngofalioiitSoHleersZ yeara old and oter, UCowaJoCalrn, Iltrood grade Helfera, I thoroughbred riarllng Hull, about 4'l Hog, Marca, S Colli, ltnlr of broke Mules, a large lot of Hay In DRY GOODS aUck, about Macrea of Corn, 200butheltd Wheat, HTANFOflD, KY. AT a pair of good Fairbanks Stock rValci. Farming - Proprietor. Iniplenieotaand Houneliold and KHehen Furni- 20 PER CENT, BELOW COST I W. P. WALTON, ture. Taaua: rorallanmiofllOandunder,eaihi This ll no ThM. irnA,t. mn. I orer tint amount, a credit of three monthi on sell to make advertlllntf ilntla line of goodi already SIiaofBtige, 20x50. Light eninnletsaela of Scennota with good tecurlty negotiable and payable In purchased. room lor another Don't take our word for It, but come ery Seating capacity, Including gallery, 100. Hank, with privilege of paying on day of aale. and aeeforyouriell. ltcaionable ratea to good attraction!. Address 1 H-JO.HEl'IIKOrKKY, Anna. aa abore. JICAI,INTKK d: IIIIIUIIT. HATS, J.J, lui NOTIONS! OPERA HOUSE. EXECUTOR'S SALE XiiVNl. 11 A.NIC HTOO IC, AC. PENNY & McALISTER DliLES IN As etecbtor of KUer Jacob Iioblmon, dee'd, I will orient Tuhllc Sale In Lancaiter, Ky., on Monday, Sept. 23. (County Court day) tba remainder of the property, Bank Slock Ac, underlaid to the heln of decedent, One buggy mars; I buggy and barnest; I ihare of stock In The Htan-foA Uncuter turnpike; 10 abarc l lock In tho Danville, DIr HIeerand Lincaiter tnrnplke. IS aharee Hank Mock In the Katlonal Bank of Lan-eul- cr and Hy, acrea of land. Tho land Ilea on the North side ofand Immediately upon the pike leading Irom Lancaaler lo Col. J. II. Urure'i and J.8. lloblnaon. Col. J. It, llruce and J. V, Cook. The land li newly sown In gran, II fertile and haa an abundance of fine timber upon It and will lie aold In two tracta ai directed by our father In hla will. d Thus. The land will be aold for catb the lit or January neil, tbe remainder In C and 12 monthi; equil Imtallmenta with Inte reit at percent, per annum from January lit, 18SJ. The Hank Block will be olJ for lain: for there, malnder, teruia made known on day of idle. 77-- lt A. V. HOI1INNO.V, Exa. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. a Phyelelani' Prescription! accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparatlona ipeclally. H. G. RUPLEY, jfllHtClIANT TAIIiOIt, Stanford, Stock of Kentucky, Fall and Winter ss Willi ea lo Inform Ills Patrons of Slsnfonl and vicinity that he has received EXECUTOR'S SALE I A Splendid Aa Eierutorof Janice If. Parsona, dee'd, I will d llayof Nept.. INNS, sell to the blgheit bidder, tb Farm on which decedonl Heed, containing SO Acrea of productlte Land, with comfortable Improvements; also SS Acre ol Land lying neir the abore. These landa are In good neighborhood, convenient to achooli, churches. Ac. I will alio icll at tbe nut time tbe following personalty! II barrel! of Corn, about 40 buthela of Wheat, 2itacka of Hay, one Mare, 1,000 cut Hhlnglea, I big I'low, 1 Saddle, Ac TkRits: The penomlty will bo aold on a credit of three monthi, with Interest on all iujis over 310; under thit amount, caih. The land will be aold for one-thicaah; the remainder to be paid In C and 12 monthi, equal Inilallnienta, and to bear Interest at tbe rate old rcent. from date. Approved aecurltr will be reuulred of nurchaser on loth real and penoual, and a Hen retained on toe laau lor ilia purcnaiu money. Bale to tako place on the preruliea. J. K. I.YX, Eaecutor. ontlie-JS- Goods, style. Satisfaction guar Which he guarantees to make up in firit-claanteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. iiliM H mi mmm containing (ho InlcHt anil TIiIhXcw Mill, PULASKI COUNTY. Somerset. (From the local tapers.) There arc a number of case let fever in town. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For luiiimlacliirliiR meal ami Hour, In now in full operation. Wo will grind Tor customers Tor (ho iircHcnl, on Tuemilay, Hctl- ncNday, ThurHiIay, Frltlay anil Saturday oTcach woclt, and on Cour(-I)ujaud all oilier public day, fl'c Hollclt a liberal Hliaro of patronage and will endeavor (o give entire Hiidhfactloii. of scarlet yesterday with CO odd scholan, a larger numlier than usual on the first day, Ueaide the principal, Mr. Trueheart, the faculty ia composed of LOCAL MATTERS.-Mlt- . MIm Addle Purnell, Mia Alma Holdam, Wll.l. Ciiaki oIIith hUdealrahle res- Mi h llrjanl, Ml. M. E. Timbtrlake, Mia for aalo. idence Mary Myera, Mis Florence Trueheart arid MATLAMKRand twill llanntdi for acquca Prof. W. K. Jennings, all of whom have Hayden'. at J. arrived. Mn. John Conn and Mim Margaret See Anderaon Nunnelley before you Cumminos were married at lllchmoud Junction yesterday. buy your coal. He mayaaveyotl money, Pjiilliw Dunn. At the MethodUt Nkiiro houaehold help waa never ao church, Uradfordavllle, this morning at 1) acarce In Stanford nor half no trifling a at o'clock, Mr. Felix O. Phillip will le.id to prexent. the altar Mia Emma A, Dunn, well known Quauterly Court I In ccmIoii, Judge In thla community for her beauty and T. P. Hill, Jr., In the abaencb of Judge amiability of character. We send congrat" ulations. Drown, I prealding otium cum dig. A ten rouNU ttranger put In nn appearance at Eph. Wood' last Saturday night, of the. masculine periuaslon. The therapeutic e fleet of Penny' magnesia U wonderful. McKutCTll'H Dramatlo Company, ltram Hand and Opcrallo lticitMONU A and Nannie Dunn, lllchmond, Ky. Tjii: excursion train yesterday to waa made up of ten coachea but tiny wtro nearly all empty when it arrived here. Among thoae that took It from Mra. ;J. W. Alcorn ami Stanford daughter, MIm Annie, Mlue Eliza Kngle man, Utile and Annie Harria, Mattie Nun nellcy, Belle Hughei, Mattie Pazton and Mr. and Mr. 8. J. Kutbry, Jauiea Pazton, H. 8. Wither, J. K. llruce, lleorge Knglc man, H. II. llaughman, J. W, Hayden, Hon. (1. A. Lackey, lteubtn Williams and wife, W. II. Higgina, J.T. Harria. Aaher Ow aliy, Mra. 11. 0. (lover, Mr- -. A. Miller, Mr. and Mra. Itobvrt McAlIater, Joh. Coffey, Menifee Kliuore, W. 11. and P. M. Mc Koborta, J. T. Craig, Tom Nunnellcy, Jaa. Withera and T. It, Walton. Lou-iarll- le wr-r- nor whether Wm. Austin shall hang and when, the Court of Appeals having overruled hi petition for n new hearing. A pa ferer. per asking that hi aentenco be commuted Mi vi I.iTTir. I.ek ltwiirjrrr.u who to imprisonment for life ia being signed by a. John O. haa been Tailing her sister, Mr a sentimental few. McAIJnter, brought ua a sample of fine Thanks. Mr. George W. Aahlock haa applca ralacd on Mr. McAlts b'pllienlxrc trr'a farm. They weighel fullf a pound the thank of thla office for a baakct of the largest apple we evcr.taw. Nearly every LINCOLN C0UNTT. each. Tim young ladiea from a distance who one of them weighed a pound while several Crab Orchard. bare matriculated at thc'.Collcse aroMiue went over It an ounce or two. Mr. A. did Mlsh Annie Dlllion haa a new piano; Millie May Hill, Washington, Georgia, not know the name of the variety, but we a present from her father. Dora Hamilton, ParIa,Texaa, Jennie Crane are told that it ia called the "Twenty Ounce John Merahon, Jr', rold Ida blackPeeplea, New Apple." Nannie Hadje White, W. smith ahou to Wm. Tatem for $300. anV Orleana, Kmraa fiarratd, '.Manchester, Ky., , Dr. Doore sold his handsome Islingt- who haa Miss IlKLl.r VAJiARSDAI-r- , been vMting In Uchmond,waa taken home Hat unlay Terr HI w Ilh rouethlng like the It i nce now with our goody-goody Gover of twenty years, I find the following to be the best, viz: Rome Beauty, lien Davis, llawles' Janet, for winter; Early Harveat, Early Strawberry, lied Aalrachan for aumrnrr, and Itambo, Fall Queen, for autumn. For late aummcr, the Maiden' Illuah is excellent, and for July .ripening, there should be added tho Golden Sweet. No other varieties do a well a the above AMATEUR. In Central Kr. V, PiSouLAli. While planing a plank the other day, Ilurdctt Wearen came acroaa a Iftillet embedded in It. A cloaer examination revealed the fact that in front of the mlaalle waa a piiceof bone. The plank was in a lot of lumber purchased of the d Mill and tho question ia, "How did the bone get there?" Drod-hea- on mare to M. P. Hutchinson for $IC5. Miss Annie Holmes left this morning for Danville where she will attend school. Miss Mollie'Talcm I visiting frienda In The past ha been rather a diaaatrinua icaaon on watering places. None of them have made more than ezpenaea, while many have fallen far below. Crab Orchard .Springs, notwithstanding Its brilliant season, come out about even. The trouble was that the brllliantcr waa so brief on ac count of the unfavorable weather. The .College oepntd IIeuii Wallace waa acnuittrd of obtaining good on falre preteuata. MARRIAGES. Danville. Little Walter Saumler'a physician Mia Bettie saya he it improving slowly. Doore I still confined to her bed, but I much better. The C O. Springs have closed, but we understand Mr. Raily, the Intelligent nephew pf Gen. Itobinion, still linger. It is rumored that he is in love with one of our smartest and prettiest young ladiea. We had the pleaaure of attending last of George T. McRobert' week, the family at hi homo near Stanford, It waa the 40th anniyersary of hla wedding, and Ida children and grandchildren wer present, beside numerous relative and friend. The table "groaned," as U usual on such occasions, under Ita weight of good things and nothing wis left undone that could poiwlhly add to .the enjoyment of the guests. Cousin George and Ellen know uit bow to make everybody feel ut home. Truly it waa a time for rejoicing and making merry, for they had been married forty year and during that lime there ha never been a death In the (amlly of five children and (en grandchildren. May they live to enjoy many more such pltasant la the with of your corespondent. Hustonn'llt. to look resigned in view of the birth of another boy which oc- funeral will be Daniel Dullon' preached at Caney Fork School House, on the 3d Sunday. Protracted meeting at CundilT School House by Iter. Wood all and Southerland closed with 23 addition. John Shadoan, refusing to be recognized In a whisky case, was fined $10 and sent to jail by Judge Coaaon, till he waa willing to do moat any thing. William Citron sold 22 head or fat cattle recently to Catron & Hyatt, of Lincoln, for $00 per head. S. It. Newell sold to Elkln & Hudson four mule and a horse for SS0O. S. A. Newell bought GO acre of land of W. L. Denham for$l,300 this week- 80 Judge Kindrick sold D. M. Brook acre of the Fox tract olland near town, at $15 per acre. Henry G. Burton died last week of starvation. On Saturday before his death he sent for 'Squire Turpin to take charge of the money he had hidden aliout the house. Some of it was in an old shoe, some in a sock, some itndetne of the hearth-stoneand some in a gourd. Abut $60 wa brought forth from such hiding place to greet the of the dying man. He had been eye afraid of starving for a long lime, and had actually starved to death with hi money hidden In his house, and not until death waa before him would he reveal the secret-H- e died begging in miserable tones for something to eat. Bucklen's Arnica Salve. ThoLcit Mitt In the world for Cuts, Bruises, gore. Ulcers, Salt lltaeuni, Fcicr Sores, Tetter, ChsKl JlanJt, CUIlblalni, Corni, ,anJ all Skin Eruptloni, and poalllrely cures plica. It la guaranteed to git a entire aatUfactlon pr money refunded. Trie S3 centa per McAllitar. CONDENSED TIME. A ItAlXIlOAD LINE. TKAINS OOIWi SOUTH. Ex. Sun. Miacu I, lam. Lve. ttlfhrnnnil M SOOlm Flour, Meal, Corn, Bmn, Sliipstuff, &c., AlwayH on hand and for hiiIc. HighcM eash price paid Tor Corn, il'hcal, lc. Orders leH at 31111 prouipdy attended lo. McAXsISTXalC & SAjLIjSI:. " " ' ' ' ' " lJHflr. 8untord... Shelby tuty.. .. ,. ninwIHuJinietlon " MltchelliburgM- -.. Crab LIlngiton........... ''' ......" ., Junction... g 00 7 10 8 25 9 10 " New llaten- Arr. Lebanon Junction. " Cincinnati " LouliTllle-...- Lebanon................... .... . 9 SJ 9 JS 10 11 12 12 03 00 10 47 10 25 " " " " M " B. K. .MAIN -- WEAREN, - AND 5) of- ... ,,, ..., pm 2 2 " TRAINS OOINO SOUTH. Maacu Lre. Tjinlaillla Lte. hlanfiinl ' Crab Orchard Arr. Lltlngiton Lie. Lancaiter Arr. 1, ISSi. ,.,, Ex. Sun. 8 19 1m 2 05 p m 2 1$ 4 10 ... .......... " ...... 50 " Klchmond.......... ..... 2 SO ,,,,,, OIAIEE IS WBWXeSBMi STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full Line Bu Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap fleds, I also PULLMAN PALACE CABS Emlgranta toTexaa hare tbelreholceoftworoutea; ela Mempblior via New Orleans. Time much quicker and ratea lower than by any other route.. Ills also tbo To Meinpbli, Little Ilock, Mobile, and New Orleana. Montgomery, reaus, ivasu stands, best Cotton fllaurcsscs, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST Iloutatoallpoliita In Mluuurt, Kaniai, Illlnola, Indiana. Iowa. Nebraika. Colorado. Arkamaa. Only one change to Chicago, St. Louie and Kait. tor turiniriurormaiion about ticteia to tne South, Kaniai, Colorado, and emigrant ratea to Florida, addroaa C. 1. ATM O UK, Oen. I'asa. and Ticket Act.. Loulirllle. Kr. Or F. J, Anthony, Agt., Stanford, Ky. We Shelf . HI DEALER IN QO EAHTl ao WESTNonxii ao I Ux For sal by Fenny A VIA LOUISVILLE OHIO & 3 Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELTERS, Iron, 1IOHME SHOES, HOUSE SHOE NA1T..N, SKIT AnVfc'irriSKXK.ITS. COAL! I sui selling tbo LAUREL COUNTY COAL for McAIIiter, Hotter i. Co. Parties wlihlng to buy will do well to sea lue belort purebailn j . Iteapect- fully, A. T. NUNNKLtKY. 1 MISSISSIPPI R. 3 Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIEED WATER ELEVATORS, DAILY TRAINS THE EAST AND NOUTU. Louisville to Cincinnati! Free, Parlor Can and New Day Coachea Without mange, Desirable Residence For Sale. My buil nets couinellt uis to locale In Lexington, bouae Ky., cciiswiuenllr I will nil prltately tur borne-plawber I now reside. Aa Iwaut to buy a In Islington, I will giro a bargain In thla , proK-rtyII not sold by Jan. 1st, 1833, ll will U lor rent. I will alio rent tbo reableuce now occupied by Hoy Htewart rorisu. Addrrna lue nrcJ.&U fieaMngood A Co., Cluiluuatl, Ob to. J7-I- A DAILY TRAINS 4 lioui.svillc to HU IsOiii.s AND TIIK "WE3T. eleeplng Cars and Day Coathe to SI. out Change. With- Stoves,Tinware? Fruit Jars Groceries, .Salt, Xjime, QUEENSWAHE, GLASSWARE, Comout, &o. Also I W. VKA.IM. Jim Goode trie it. ' RELI0J0US. lllch-men- The new Methodist Church at cost $7,200. d at the Opera I louse, appear "Van, the Vlrilnlan." Every body here know that tho troupe is a good otio and that the ptrforuianco will therefore be In Unit-clan- . , ''Van, the Viuoinian," which will le given at tho Opera Houae thla, Tuecday night, by tho lllchmoud A McKlreth Co. l aald to hi one of the very beat of modern drama. It I conatructcd from incidsuU of the 1tte war and I of thrilling interval from the rising to athe falling of the Iter. Ilobert Caldwell will protract his next meeting at Walnut Flat. An Advent congregation at Phillip-burTenn., ha voted unanimously that the world will come to an end next October 4. Gen. Green Clay Smith la out ia a card to certain young men of Mt. Sterling, requesting them not to stand outside the window of the Baptist church and blow tobacco sinoko In the face of the worshipper Inside. Eva llrlgga, of Lawrence, Mas., who waa claimed to have Uen relieved of Jilp disease recently by the faith cure at Old Orchard, Me., was taken to the Dauver Insane Asylum in aerated condition, It i said, to religion ezclteuitnt. ow-lu- g, g, curred Sunday night. A discriminating lady friend sent to Dr. Drown and We Hoeker illuminated pamphlets, setting forth the merit of the coming circus; I am hippy to be able to state that both geatlemen are engaged In trying to borrow clean linen for the occasion, I neglected to state last week that the colored people' fair closed after an exhibition marked by good order and un flagging I n I ere t. Whether we consider the dignity of the management, the efficiency of the police, the excellence of tho music, the decorum of thoae attending or the financial result, President Jarman is to be congratulated. It waa my hope that I would be able to console my declining year with the reflection that I had nover In any way reorted the act and doing of a baa e bill club, but a party of my protegee on last Saturday, went forth on a challenge from the McKin COMKSSALE riiUitia.TaJauNJ. Oarrard Circuit Court. W.ll. Underuood, Ac., Wlluiot. Ac, Peru. DAILY TRAINS 2 Lotiloilllo to Indianapolis, ND THE NOKTII 2 Clilcatro, THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, , And tho Roofing, Gutter, Day Coacbei and llecllolng Cbalr Care Through Without Change. Ily vlrlu of a judgment rendered lolbeabota Witnlilnitton, Iliilllmoro, t'lillnilrl-jilili- i, atyled (Hull by lba Garrard Circuit Court at lit York iwiil Honlou, Auguit Itrui, IBM tba uudcrslgoed Comnilulouer door la tbo of Hid Uurt will at lba Courl-bouThis la tho Vtry Heat Boute, sa You Hare No Ky., on town of Change of Train. For Jew Lucitr, None claim a better Flow, but libpe to havo an equal, ing, &c, done on short notice. 1 T. M. JOnNSTON. '" MONIMY, SElT. 33, 188. 1? WALKEH MoKINNEY, 0"8mon. fftiuntv Court DiyI. iooso to imbllc lata to lb highest and bell Uider lb foflovong tract ef uudi Ut. A tract ol land In Oarrard Couuty, Kr., en DU Hliar adjoining tba lauda of J. V. Cook, Jauira Duuu Ac, and waa lhaain owned by Jas. Wlluiot at tb tlm bl bis death, roulalnlug Hi acres, I rood and 11 pules. nd. Two traclaofland In Lincoln County, ky., separated by IUx Utter Iroui lbs tract abot mentioned, to La sold aa ouo and coataln lot acrei and bV, loin and waa tb aiiuia owned by Jaa. Wllujol at the time of bla death. Oil each of the abot uieutlouad tricta la a comfortable dwelling bouw aud all neteuary outbuildings, orchards Ac, and both place aplendldly lencod. Txmu. bal will b uiads on a redlt of Can fit uoutha, purtkaaer to sxwut bond with approred security , paj abl to the Coiu'r, Waring i r reut. iutvrtil perauuuiu from day ef aala bltll'g the (oiraanj ellKt of a Judgment on which siecutum usy luue. Poaeuloii fur iredlug purpura iltcu uu da of Mia, II. V. KAIU'VmAN. d u si 9 Ilaia Throuh Uij Coachea aa 111 Tralail Have No Midnight Cbangea I Artli at bt, liOuli X Hoars la Adtaar of J Ollif r Llacs, tlicrtbr wtuilng mora tliua lor . wikloK chains of ciri iulKttllutf first cbolcal I lI acata lu ran of ctuuecllDg llnoa. anJ tb ouljr rIJa along' to or SjB,!ToIu4lai.o.lai.lCt..ragol of 1 mn, I"rrurian StoxiJ futttu Th afro IHUf Mll noff IHtltKtH IA in th,mo rhuttittrrittitvf Pther iron vrftntratloHM. 1 luvy (ll.ML.il. Ni ytars ura Hit. Uauiilu s liui.i 'iuaii. lu uy )rrUi, aud lu au iprruuiuir u iwruif.ura luiuiwiue, iitc uTrr iuuim aujuuujr iukitviiiu uui tu iiahii-of Svrvous l'rutrmilun, Viiuslv IiUvjlmi, ll)ijvplit sud a ttu laovToaib vlot'i. lu mauv . Ilil. .1NL.....JI n,uif.lv. h&i lu luv linuitl. luu, luiuu w,uulrrfuleun,. UldeU to lull grvat aud lucnipai om.1! that kartf battled aoiuuof ouriumt luiluvnt iliykUUni. baro ablareiiu'dr I pnitrtlialtlupitfirvuratuaJi" Irvu prvparatlou uada. U rarf,sutn a ip.,iwpw JIM Wuli iuaic uaueciuiiriu my practice auu.liAurau'aiuur dahilm. Ataaaa. bt i.ni in. ln.. nv --tin. I1S1. Si l(r tutor ia lite &mk7A tiaiurai nratinjut roiia ru 1 A combination of 1V jj Una gUlug Ita patrons o Itbs iborca ol Ia MUblgaa. iflr Ticket AgtHls urc'uuueclluK I.lum, sduiwa VvrTUkiU, lUIn, Tlmt. Maa. Ac, M V. lh K. H. HUOWN. Huulbcru l'aiarug.r Agt.. H. V Cur, th anU Wilu hli.,l)uUtllW. kr. I'KABODY, VV. ii upitHeallo lirklllty, urrrouM &ificm,mtKtH(f ia lvnertl tlliflle oryiim im B. UrCU, C, C- Usa, ttuit., Ctucluustl. (Iu. Yu. HIIAT1UC, Agt., iMtt vf Ai'txt-iltlYwrnilioH of I llal auit liuiiulnter I MANUFACTURED UriHE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 e, Jrtrt TMWA N, MAIN ST., tit Un - V nnd so mo of theso individuals peno-vcre- d in their project oven wheH naor-tall- jr wounded. A man discharge! a loaded pistol Into his mouth, and, alTuesday Morning, Soptcmbor 12, 1882 though horribly mutilated, as death nrrived too tardily, nnd ho had not tho strength to load tho pistol again, Tht Sentiments of Suicides. ho managed to drag himself to (ho Dr. Do Boianinnt, nn eminent window and drop into tho street. French physician, has devoted himself A workman throw himself under to psychological studies, and hns col the wheels of n cart filled with paving-stonelected n perfect museum of letters and when it had passed over written by persons committing suihim, cried, out: "I wished to bo killcide, in their Inst moments. Tho foled, nnd I am merely wounded; if I lowing extracts from his storo of letcould get up I would go and drown ters show that persons may destroy myself;" n. fow minutes after ho exthemselves without manifesting any pired. show of aberration of intellect; that A soldier withdraw into a wood and they accomplish the act coolly, calm- discharged a pistol point blank into ly, deliberately, and in n rational his cheat. ho walked somo After s, No bonder He Walked Insanity may declaro itself sudden breadth of death, assert tho contrary; ly, and without any premonitory of sound mind and body, seeing that writes a gas does not pro- warning. "On getting up," tho carbonic-aciof business, "I found myself effects with sufficient rapidity, man duce its blood rushing to my I have twice got up to fan tho char- troubled by tho face; at the same limo I had sovero coal, and give it greater force. I tho head; then, in a moment havo my full reason; an old soldier pain in death, but I of exaltation and frenzy, I cut my like me docs not fear throat with a razor. Tho agony and ought to havo died on tho field of bat; loss of blood restored my reason. I tie, what a pity that I did not find a have no longer any wish to kill mytomb at Essling, whero my regiment self, but if tho same symptoms recur, 1" covered itself with glory acts." "My dear son, when you get these I can not answer for my lines, I shall have ceased to live; God A young lady is a creature comonly knows what a strugglo I havo posed of flesh, blood, paint, rings, falso had to endure life up to this day. so as hair, old newspapers and plenty of to bo of servico to you and your sis. disguised cheek. She never scufter. Bather protector, for she will fles with tho pots and pans, but have great need of you. Tho thought pounds the piano and paints butterfof her torments me in my lost hour. lies while her old mother holds down is tho author of my tho kitchen and tho backache. Monsieur M She disaster; if he had consented to tako don't sit on tho front steps with Au back tho farm in Berry, tho manage gustus and talk moonshine till tier ment of which was ruining me, 1 father comes out and kicks her adored could havo got my head above water one over the front gate, w tho averAfter passing soveral days age paragrapher tries to make you beagain. without tho means of subsistence, al- lieve. No game like that for Mary most without bread, I accomplish my Ann. She rules the ranch, and while frequented Augustus quoted Tennyson and pulls design in a lodging-housby workmen, who aro now gone to his mustache, and wishes ho could go their labor." out for a drink, tho old folks havo no "To tho commissary of police, who show north of tho dining-room- . There will have me taken somewhere : The are some things about a young lady loss of my situation, the death of my that aro hard to understand. We will eldest daughter, ray debts and pover- never know how it is that she can picty, are the chief causes of my fatal nic all day and dance all night and nevdetermination. I could not endure er havo strength enough to wash a pair tho sight of my wife and seven chil- of long thin socks. A young man dren exposed to want, and sometimes should never marry a young lady. without food, without experiencing a When tho spirit moves him to quit the Moreover, my sunny vales and buttonless breeches thousand tortures. uufortuuate position had made all my of single life he should try to tangle clients leavo me. Infirm, invalid, with a sensible woman one who is a without means, I could not hope to little stronger on socks and not so d succeed in so unequal a struggle, and strong on picnics. had nothing left mo but death. I Tun Man Who Aannia. "Of may, perhaps, be accueed of want of course," said tho old gentleman, tho courage; hut where, I ask, is tho folly all Summer, life of the boarding-hous- e wheu one is reduced to such an ox "you remember that Washington had trcmity? My parents did nothing commaud of the famous cuirassiers at for me; and if I had followed the ad"Certainly," replied Waterloo ?" vice of my uncle, who brought me young Dobhs. "And that if McClel-Iaup, I should not bo in this position." had brought up his reserves in "I have a disease which requires a timo tho Greeks would have been painful and cxponsivo surgical operadriven from tho field beforo Hannition. I do not belie vq myself capa- bal could havo mado his impetuous ble of supporting the pain, and I can charge?" "Yes," replided Dobb, not afford the outlay. My position in with tho air of a man who knows all lifo does not admit of my going into about it; "yes, I havo heard it so statho hospital, so I adopt a certain cure, ted." "If Arahi had uot defeated which is to asphyxiate myself. I Nebuchadnezzar at Malvern Hill it is havo chosen this locality in preference ray opinion thnt C:c3ar would havo to ray own room, as being moro conrouted Grouchy's guerrillas and then venient, aud giving me greater freebeaten Cicero's sharpshooters in dom of action. I desiro that my "That's tho way I look at it," body bo taken to the medical school.' replied Dobbs. "Oh, it is, U it," This is succeeded by testamentary diasked tho old gentleman winking at rections, which ovinco perfect happithe ladies. 'Woll I'm glad I've ness of mind. found a gentleman who can agree "At least," writes a young woman, with mo on that point." Tho old gen"do not mourn for me; I am happier tleman walked away, leaving Dobbs dead than living; I have rid myself of happy as a lord, ho had mado such a a painful existence, while you, who good impression you know. But are '.wretched, condemn yourself to Dobbs would givo something hand- I freely pardon the further suffering. somo to know what tho women folks injuries inflicted on me, but I could were giggling about, confound them I no longer livo like that. Mine is uot an Insane tieeu not too impuuo ot Punctuation is nu art, and ono that despair but a rational net. Spend has been learned in comparatively modonly ,the sum necessary for burying ern times. Tho Greeks did not know mo in tho simplest manner." tho meaning of it, and left no space A student writes to a physician ro letween their words. Tho Roman? tated to him : put up a kind of divisiou without any "I aflord you on excellent opportu- apparent method. Up to tho cud ot tho nity to purtuo your phrenological stu- fifteenth century only the colnu aud dies; I am about to bufiocate myself. comma were introduced, .and the latYou will oveu render me a great ser- ter at that timo only as a perpendicuWo-arvice, fur, in cttso of resurrection, I lar figure. indebted to Aldus shall lo curious to learn whether I Mauutius, the eminent printer, for the had tho bump of uncide. I wish you comma at wo have itnow,und iu H'JO to understand that I have nothing tho ho introduced tho semlcolou into printmatter with me, uud that I destroy ing, and published u set of rules for myself with tho most perfect sang tho guidance of writers. It is not froid. There can .bo uo balancing bo-- t known by whom the note of interro a w.'U death aud disgrace." gation uud exclamation wero first used, It has been stated that those who but inverted commas (") were brought hve"Wlel ip one attempt to commit into common use by a French printer suieitkrarely made a second, unless to supersede the uso of italics, and the tier mo decidedly insane. Iu four-tee- x English adopted tlicui to epocify kuAmcw thi was not tho case, d 1 o all-firen do-tail- ." o for fifty years distanco to nn inn nnd look a room. and having saved nothing being old, Ho shut the door nnd windows, and decrepit and destitute, yet unwilling was preparing to suflbcato himself, to enter thoso boxes which they call when weakness obliged him to throw asylums for tho aged' wo prefer to himself on tho bed. In a short timo ho was dead. dio.'It is tho advice which Montaigue Thoso who havo failed in accomgives on such an occasion, and tho plishing their purposo commonly enpractice followed by Atticus rich, tho persons who" aro taking caro but old and suffering. There is not a treat of them to leavo them alone. "Lot shadow of folly in our resolve." die in peaco. Wo wish to dio 1 "They say it is no proof of cour- us Our only regret is that wo havo age to kill oneself; that it is madness. failed." well; I, being within a hair's Very manner: that "After working hard Apropos to tho Egyptian trouble, wc wish to rclato a littlo story, tho circumstances of which occurred during our trip to tho Holy Land sovor al years or more ago. Ho was a dovout Christian, and had mado tho study of tho Blblo and a proper understanding of tho Bitr Book tho highest aim of his life. When ho arrived at tho sea of Gal-ilc- o his heart was filled with nwo, nnd ho felt enervated and cleansed by tho thought that ho was gazing at the very spot whero his Savior onco stood. Approaching tho boatman, ho him in tho choicest Arabic, and with Biblo and commentary in hand awaited an answer, "Ahl what's matter'th yer ? Why don't yer talk United States?" asked tho man, contemptuously. Ho was a real livo Yankeo who was picking up a living by ferrying tourists across tho sea. STANFORD, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22. NO CHANGE OF DATE ! HO DIS APPOINTMENT ! Beit and AX.JL, JTtX WIKXWaS I TIIHS BIGGEST OF The most Complote Show in tho World. --- Courier-Journal. AND THE ONLY BIO B1IOW COMING THIS YEAIl I As Superior to miy Show that 1ms ever Exhibited Here ns nn Electric Light is to u Tallow Candle AUMi:NTr,I A2VI KMiAItUr.D TO SIX TISIX.N TVS I'OItMIlU NlZIJl Pronounced by Press and Publio to bo the Finest Tented Exhibition on tho Faco of tho Globo ! ! "So this is tho sea of Galileo?" de voutly murmured tho searcher after knowledge. "Ya-Rs- ." SELLS BROTHERS' ENORMOUS RAILROAD 5T JSI2C o nsrow WwlW SHOWS I f TTitTiTrEro AMERICA'S i "And this "Ya-as- ." is whero our Savior A STUPENDOUS UNION! 5K3flJHSaiBijHKjSr (.'iilmlnsUng; In Hie Combined Attrartlons walked upon tho waters ?" "How much will you chargo to tako mo to tho exact spot ?" "Wa-a- l, you look liko a preacher an' I wont charge you nothin'." Tho devout ono boarded tho boat, and at last was pointed out whero the miracle is said to havo happened. After gazing at tho waters, and dividing his timo between glances at his books and devout ejaculations of satisfaction, tho searcher signified his willingness to return. "Chargo you 820 to take you back," said tho speculative Yankee. ('But then, you said you would chargo nothing." "Naw, didn't. Nothin' to bring you out. Twenty to git back." "And do you charge every body 820 to take them back ?" asked the astonished searcher. "Ya-as- ." J" LEADING EXHIBITIONS. I n.lHIJfl d Unabridged Consolldsllng tht r'raturra of SsWssSlsXs NS? Jsl VVfi VM W A K r JK Tifti'j'ifffiLwC iSMMBtS fj ' feBJsBw SM!MtiH ill Isw hhH Six Big Circuses ! Sis: Big Menageries! Six Big Museums! Six Big Aquariums ! Six Big Tents, A.11 for One Price Admission. ixn I Hit II) ISU of vv jNSSflSHfflaElM " THREE GREAT CIRCUS RINGS CONSTANTLY USED. Ono Hunilrcd Superior and Startling Act nt Ercrr lVriurnifliico i I It would Take at least Hours to give Performance In a Single Ring. Two Hundred Perform en Appear Daily-Mthan In any Five other 10 oro wtivna, bUtu MWUUg WUUU1 IO IUO I1CIU liOTiCmaD, said the devout one, as he went down in his clothes, "no "Well, then," wonder our Savior got out and ed." fN. Y. Dispatch. walk- CHARLES -- (OSEftits The Woil.l.Vin-iuI.lilm-s gpunlih KquixtrlMina FISH ! ! SIGNOEITA ADELAIDE CORDONA lrlHlnn THE FRENCH FAMILY DAVENE! TIioho lliipnrallclvtl .IIiikucIn, Tho Universally Itonownod The Ilrllllanl Iii..lrln Heleor SIG--. That tHTlblo courgo text r nnd cne, n4 ltJ congt nr, billions remlttant, bwldcs or the stomacli, ller and bowcU, roducrd by mlasmallo air and water aro lKjthrniJIc.itid and )rticnted bytheuteof ajuirtlr lluuitrr' stomich lllllcn,jih)lcln, and tlixir, Iwlorned by rnninly for the tucd n more fitriulri-labove cUtt of drMinlrre, us well n for many etnert, llian n nwllctnr of the ace. luriule by all DmcliM and lHjlcr tgt-tab- le r &itTers pi in rally . DON JERONIMO BELL ! tilTTILiES ALLRIGI1T ! Lellfl Tho Japanese Msrvel Tlia llontless Man ol 3E3C E3 31. DEt Ttrcnly Fiiuny Clonus leil by Cliurloy 14 BBLHAUR! S'eclj-- , FIFTY IOUM.E SOMEI6SAUI.T LAPDKS, Including: High Tom Ward, who leaps over The Ftmoui liesuty Elephants. TUTTS PILLS TORPID LIVER. Loss of Appetite, Bowels costive. Fain In SYMPTOMS OF A Knuwn St the KLYINO LOTTIE 100 PAIIir. Fret Into the Net, Jumps who Files Across Hie AuJIIoruiu.overZOOfeet. 73 JmtflJTl I Feet ierpendlcu!srly Into the Alr.elc 8lie ITIes llks a Illnl. Dltes the Hold, with a dull sensation In tho basic pari. Pain under the Shoulder blade, fullness after eattnjr, with a disinclination to exertion of body or mtfcd, Irritability of temper, Low spirits, with a feeling of havlne neglected some duty, Weariness, Dizziness, Fluttering at the TWO-HORNEHeart, Dots before tho eyes. Yellow Skin, lfoadache generally over the right eye, ltestlessness, with lltful dreams, highly FOTJB GIANT OCEAN" colored Urins, and PHANTS, D Jliiipopolaiul. In tho Monagorio, whioh is tho LARGEST ON EARTH, and Embracos moro Raro Animals than all othor Shows combin-od- , and actually moro than in any Zoological Garden in EUn ROPE OR AMERICA, may bo found tho only pair of LIVING HIPPOPOTAMI, a pair of TOWERING LIVING GIRAFFES, apair of WOOLLY ELEPHANTS, tho ilrst FIVE-TOover seon, a RHINOCEROS, full-growSNOW-WHITE And more o(Iitr Star PcrroriucrN IIihii III FI.c ordinary JUr NIiovth; Seven bcaiiliriii l'crlormliiK.SIallloiin.a licril orwlv rerrnriuliii; Cadle, UlriiflcHaiKl oliruHitiitl Hie only I'erl'oriii-liiCol-oriu- lo K VvmMl fill Wrwm Mm 'SEi CONSTIPATION. TCTTS l" ILLS are especially adapted to such cases, one dose effects nucha change of f eelluc ns to astonish the sufferer, Tbey Inervaea tbt. Appetite, sna casta tae body to Take n Flesh, tuus tu system Is nourished, and by iholrTauIr Artlan on the Digestive Organs. Heffular NtooU are pro duwi. 1'rice i cunts. a Murray HU, W. Y. SEA LYONS, a Hord of FOURTEEN HUGE ELESIXTEEN ARABIAN CAMELS, TWO CHESTED CAMELS.tho flmt ever soon. BUFFALO. APniOAN 'RT.ANT1H wvr.n. IIATJ, POLAR BEARS, and d Cages flllod with tho Finos t Colloct ion of Carnivorous and Horrjivoroua An monstor iiusuuiuiDuuu uuytiuuru, fifty-eight Iron-Boun- THREE It IMMENSE ! u. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. FIVE 1MNDS OF MUIC Oasr Hiia oa WnrsKros cnanetd to a auxwr JtKW IOHH. orriCE. S3 MTJHBAY NT., UfSrastlM f Tslutb ut (Br. TCTTS aiSCSL suiM ruu tsuuuM.J iwitii wai u by a single application of this Ura. It Imparts a natural color, acts Instantaneously. Bold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt or tl. The Largest Number of Oara Ever Uied by any Bailroad to Transport It. RAILROAD Three 30-T- TRAINS, It. Locomotives Used to Ilaul lOO OKEAT SOI.O MUSICIANS IK the OKCUKNTItA. (,,. l.ml. f Mn.lr. ,;AUA,,'- - A I'tl)IIB.TO!Ti:n TII.Al. WAVE (IKHH.fcNIK)... 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