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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 15, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882091501_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 15, 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. Semi - Halto VOLUME X.-NUM- iubftif 1882. The Rag.Pickert' Harvest. Imtfiuu. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER I3ER 510. Lesson For Past Young Men. STANJTOltD, KY., FKTDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, Remailf For Balking. is n tact not generally known thnt n homo will pull for nil ho is worth if you will catch him by tho tail nnd pull back on it. It is practiced out West and it is said to nover fail. A Pulaski wagoner heard this recently nnd ho nt onco utilized his knowledgo to tho entire satisfaction of his frienila and n host of admiring relatives. His mules had conceived a knack of stopping on tho sido of a hill with n heavy load behind them, nnd whilo thoy aro resting tho wagon backslides wnreo than n 78. DARBYS W. T. P. WALTON, R. WALTON, - - - Editor ami Proprietor .. - Business Manager 'iilllnlieil Tiirmtiw ami J'rlititu, H'J.fJO Tho PJSIl ANNUM. MALARIA. HorThrnnlHmn1l WIiicm, IVhII Paper. Miihlcnl roll of Being Swindled. lnz Men, tied, nnd DrugH, ChcHilcnlM, IlnoltH, l.lqunrH, IiiMriiiiicntM, nil ContfltfmM IMrMO. Tenon waiting on Tlicro Unn ontlro class of con fitlcnco Scatlel Ferer ha 1'jlllltH, the Sick ihould unc it freely fJlKiirH, blHiloncry, Beyer turn kn wn o iprrad where lh KluM wti ToImicooh, OIlH, games thnt apncalj not nxnctly to our C'tilltcrr, Nohiih. med. Yttlow lever Id teen ruml with it ufler I.illlipH, I'crfinncry, Fire Arm. .uiteiiiitc black Tom It Imd tkii place The wont ilMioiicsly hut to our nvnrico ; to our cue of Ulphthcra yield to It IVcciIIch. RMAMVrOX ITrrMUndMrklVr- dcslro to mako inouoy faster tlinn hy Our Jewelry, Sllrcrwarc nnd 1'iitlcnl Woods Department h in Charge of Col. and refreshed and imn Tlios. Itlcliard.n, who will Itcpalr batches anil Clocks Promptly nnd in the best ways to tho ordinary ltd ftorrn prevent- - PITTINil riffimnll style convert. Friday thoy started up rd by bailunc with Vox FIli:VJ:XTKf IferhTi lluid mako money going nlittlo out of our tnfJer of niT fam tho hill ns usual and just as tho off I in ti urn Air nud UvA rot wn taken with regular lino of huiinoM, hy agencies hirimlrt and twin lied Small pox I utd the niulo winked nt tho leader ns n sign Ytr Hitrn Throat It it a Fluid the patient wat of sorao kind, iustcad of farming. For lure cure. pot ckliri nit, wat not nnd besotted crow who onco to stop, tho driver readied for a tail Contactor! deitmyed examplo, about half tho farms in n X'or l'rotod IVett pitted, and watIn about three joined so hilariously with him iu or nnd swung back liko ho was trying to Clitlhlalm. rile. th home acaln others week, and no certain township in Ohio wcro sold ChailoKt Mc ha J it - J V. Pa. gies. Tlicro is a lesson in this winch pull a cow out of n well. Tho mule cured TlheumntUm Inson, Philadelphia, under mortgngo n fow years ago, and ho ft WhUff Complex young men who havo nn inclination to was thunderstruck nt the man's impulona tecurcdhyiuuse. Has JuBt Opened a FJno Stook of and tho church wcro convutaal society Hlilf Fever prevented go with fast company, or who, per- dence, and actually gavo him a chanco To nurlf the llreath. Diphtheria and almost disrupted, as iollowa : A ClenriBO the Teeth, to let loose IIo held on though and haps, nro now tasting what thoy It can't be lurpaitcd gcntloman ProvontecL fino, ministerial-lookinCatarrh relieved and tho sweets of dissipation, tho mule assumed n benign expression iu cured, camo to town and lectured on temper-ancKmttifUl cured. should tako to heart. Tho road which us if corapollcd to do nn unpleasant Consisting of I!urnrtl.cvedintanily. The phyilclans here Ho was n good talker, and won Hear prevented use Darbys Fluid very is lined with fast company is broad, task, nnd then raised his hind parts cured. Dyaentery tuccestfully In th treat tho hcarU of tho good, religious, temMounda healed rapidly ment of Diphtheria, hut it leads to digracc. Tho friend- nnd kinder ru filed tho nir with his BcurTy cured A bTOLLINWKRCIC. perance- pcoplo in that rich and moral for Animal An Antidote Orecntboro, Ala, ialso ; nnd heels. Thoy had to get out funeral or VegetabU l'oiontt staid in the ships thero contracted aro farming township, llo Teller dried up. fell nt, etc enjoyment unreal ; tho danger terri- notices in two counties for tho tactions I uted the Fluid durinz Cholera prevented region somo time, no ono seemed to our preicnt affliction with Ulcera purified and ble, and tho awakening awful. Your of tho remains, and as tho pieces aro Scarlet Fever Lourdcs, of which we havo heard so elded advantage with Itd Is Inheded know, or at least iy, why. In n ciideaof Death It fast man is, as a rule, coarse, brutal found tho friends nnd acquaintances much of Into years, stands on the conthould be used about Indispcnuble to the strictly confidential way ho approached Also, a Nieo Itino of It will the corpte -- Wm. F and of low instincts. Ho may Ims ap- nro invited to eco them dumped un- fines of Bigorro and Beam. In the prevent any unpleaa Eyrie, AU. ono after another of tho solid farmers, ant smell parently generous with money, but ho der the sod. The eminent iliy middlo ages it derived importance making each think ho was tho only lclan,J.MAUIOX at heart. His gencr- ScarlctFovcrl H1MS, M. 1.( New is A Shetland Ponf Ranehe. from its castle, deemed impregnable. I am opening daily a Full lino ot tho Dost Goods in tho Markot, to bo ono to havo n chanco at tho bonanza. York, tayti "1 am osity, too, is n sham, for it is wanton Foot Orowcr has tho This stands an an isolated sold at Bottom Prioos. Call and oxamino. convinced t'rof Darbys cminenco, Cured. It was this: Ho was indirectly inter- prodigality which lcadatnauflcring nnd Tho Tcxoi Prophylactic Fluid Is a following concerning a novel featuro which rises almost perpendicular from valuable disinfectant," ested in n patent for tho manufaoturo TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. woe. It incites in others expenditures in tho ranch business of that State: the waters of tho Gave. Tho mineral Vanderbilt University, Xaahvllle, Tenn, of nu improved spring bed or mattress, 1 testify to the mt excellent aqualities of Prof. which they can ill afford, and nil too "As many of our readers do not waters tho hot wells nro Darby Prophylactic Fluid As disinfectant and of much vauntfar superior to any other! County determent it is both theoretically and practically often lends to n resort to dishonorable know that there is a Shetland pony ed, but most of the superior to any preparation with which I am accures nro asserted quainted. N T Lurro, Prof Chcmittry and Ktato rights wcro sold for its manmeans nnd crimo to procuro tho money ranch in tho State, wo will give them to bo made by a simple spring of cold Darbya Fluid la Itecmnmctided hy l trry few Western Slate ufacture, Hon Alxakdeh If. SramrNS, of Georgia; willi which to pursuo tho reckless a bit of information. Baron Von water. The grotto, whoso roof is hung Uct. Ciias. F. Dacxs, D.D., Church of the still unsold. U Mr. A. wanted were TheLARGEST STOOK of WATOHES.OLOCKS, JEWELRY courte. Hnd tho Chicago fast man llaub, Leou Springs, Bexar county, with tho oblations of "perfect cures," Strancen, N V ,Columbia. Prof .Unlventty.S.C. n certain county in lown for $50, with ios. LaCoNTB, A J IUttlk, Prof , Mercer Univenity; directed his energies in good channels, has 8,000 acres all under fence prop- in tho form of AND SIIVEItWAIlE crutches, splints, and Kev Gbo. F. Pubcb, Ihshop M . Church. tho refusal of tho Stato nt tho tamo ho would now bo nlivo, n respected erly subdivided and stocked with bandages, is on the river bank, about ixinsrr.NSAKXK to i;vi:nv iiomi:. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Olocks and could havo it, and rato per oouuty, ho Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. nnd prosjicrous citizen. But ho pre- beautiful Shetland and spotted ponies. externally for Man or lieast. ten minutes walk from the town. The tho chanco to go out nnd prospect ou The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and we ferred to bo fast nnd tho preference His breeding stock consists of seven level have abundant evidence that It has done everything ground betwixt it and tho stream tho ground. Counties would sell readhere claimed. For fuller information r.et of you led him to n wretched death. mares, all has been paved, and tho interior of tho Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors, stallions nnd forly-fivily nt 8200 to $200 each. Tho thing J. If. ZKIL1X A. CO., thoroughbred, and 200 small spotted grotto turned into a chapel. DevoIw kept strictly quiet nnd confmust Man. facturinff Chenrntt, PHILADELPHIA. Tho Washington Star thus tolls is breeding a raco tees, from duchesses to IIo idential, or so many would rush in ns how frogs nro caught in ttio Potomac : pony marcs. dairy maids, CHURCH DIUECTOUT. to swamp tho thing. "Tho manner of catching them is of striped and spotted ponies to pleaso kneel against tho railing which protects tho children. He sells tho increase to tho shrine. Bo farmer A. buys n county or two to drift alwut ntnight in n skifTamong TITETHODIST.BOUTII. Ukv.J. 8. Bins, Pf . lYJLtor. tSerTkvieTtrr Sunday uornlDgiDdnliht. at 850, payment on hs return, jirori-de- d tho swamps that lino tho Potomac and persons nil over tho world and tho A Missouri farmer writes: As Fnjcr MMllngiThurMr sight. Sunday School nt V.00 a. x. J. S. Slim, tjuperlntendtnt. Ttat to tho demand. he ttlU. No jwsstblo chouco for n its crocks with n bulls cyo dark lan- supply is not soon as I find an animal in distress Womiu'l HlMlootry Society uieeU hero on tho lit BuDday la each mouth, at S o'clock. Mri. T. T. TIiqjo littio ponies rnugo over the swindle. All perfectly plain and clear. tern. When tiio frogs licgiti their from bloat, from eating wet grass or Uaylni, PreiMcnt. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Ho had host not let it bo known why loud, guttcrat conversations with prairies like sheep or goats, and pre- clover, I wet it along tho back with BA1TIST. ItKV. J. M. BaccK. 1'aitor. BmlcM and Fourth Sundaya, morning and rrayrr Meeting ho goes West, or oven thnt ho goci nt each other, tho hunter edges up as sent n novel appearance, very gentle, cold afterand also place a large night, 8unday School at ererya. WednesdayBarrow I( cmbrnccH Staple mul Fancy GroccrlcH, Patent noon. 9. JO h. K. E. and Family "Tho still sow eaU near as possible to his game, and every ono is as docilo as a cat and can cloth or blanket of several thickness- Superintendent. nil, if KMiible. bo caught any whero on the range." Flour, Meal, Itacon auil T.anl, Tobacco and Clpirw, WoodWonhlphT the congregation tho corn," you know. So ho goes, throws tho intensely reflected light es over the paunch, after being satur- C1I1USTIAN. day. Treadling by Dr. J. W. Cox dayi. Sunday en, tVllIow and Tinware, GIiimh and QucciiNuare. Canned Ftrat and Third readily finds n purchaser for his oouu- from tho bulls oyo upon tho frog, Tni: Kurroit. Au editor iz a mulo ated with all the cold water that it on 9:13. Joa. Bererance, Superintendent. School at homo with $200 which appears to havo tho cflect of whoso hizinc8s is to investigate ty nt 8250, comes Goods of all ldiidsuHncclaliy. lEciiicmber Hie place, "Tke r, will absorb, and over that a dry blankBESBYTEItIAK780UTlE Iter. I. 8. pallor. Sunday School at 9.10. John W. profit, mortgages his farm and buys completely paralyzing him. Onco uuscpaper. Ho writes editorials, et. If tho cold water is properly ap Itcut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on Corner Store." tho wholoStatoatSSO per county; ono tho light striken them, they nro im- grinds nut poetry, inserts manuscript, plied, ono will not havo long to wait Wednesday olchta. To sow grain t'neorn twul or any ordinary land no preparation is needed ukere Ihit iiiiiJeiuent hundred couuties nt 850 cost 85,000. movable, nnd will sutler themselves to keeps a wasto basket, blows up tho for u cure. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, it uted; stmjjy drirt into the field and go to wort sealing. to be told at 8250 Ihj bagged without u murmur. Ono "devil'' steals matter, files out other One hundred counties Tho average consumption of oys DEPOT ST.,STAHFOKD, KY., will bring 825,000; proGtof tho trans expert tinted to a Star roportcr that people's battles, sells his paper for ters in New York from September to actiou 820,000. So after a fow weeks ho took a dozen from oil nu old rot- two dollars and fifty cents a year, G, Q, WINE, is twenty thousand his arrangements are all raado and ho ten log in Hunting Creek, but a big takes white beans and apple sass for April, inclusive, bushels, of say threo hundred to the DKALKIIX sets forth to sclUho rest of his com) moccasin snako strucic out lor him, pay when ho can get it, razes a largo Monument!, tics and finds no buyer I Tho man who and iu getting away, ho lost nino of family, works ninotccn hours out of uusnei, or six million oysters, an av Three First-Clas- s lleaditones, Implements Combined One. II Tablet!, Ac. JM erage of six per capita of tho populaliought his "trial county" nt 8250 was them. Tho frogs nro particularly twenty-four- , nozo no Sunday, gets Marble Work oyster-love- r ex. of all kliidi Making the best and cAnijci inifilemenl exer proiluccil, An implement that is indirptnvillt a "pal" of the ministerial temperauco plump this year, nnd their saddles damned bi every lxxly, lives poor, tion. But as every neatly execu in cropetdtimtcd. pects to disposo of at least a dozen a ted anu guar ity who sold it to him for$50, and tender as squab meat." lecturer dies middle aged nnd often broken- day, there must be a good many anteed. Vo- didn't nsk his pay until ho had sold. Isniandotl- Tho following incident is strictly hearted, leaves no mutiny, nnd is re thousand people who never order their tnateafurnlib-e- d And it developed slowly that nearly on applica true, and occurred in a village within warded for a life of toil by n short but six ou the shell. half tho farmers in this town had tion. m forty miles of llostou. An Irish la free obituary puff in tho nuespapers. bought counties, States, or parts of Sprains are always promptly relieved borer was tnkcu to n concert for tho Josh Billings. States, or had discounted notes given by allowing tho coldest water to fall how ho liked first timo mid was asked "Good morals nnd strict conserva by others in payment of county or tho part steadily, until no disEDWARD H. FOX, Propr., it. "Well," ho replied, I loiked it nil tism so greatly provail iu tho town of upon State rights. "Tho mnu" had taken comfort is experienced. Repeat as ofexcept n piece they called a iiunrthet. Soutbbridge, Mass., that tho author North-GaCorner of Main and Third btreeta, teams! notes, money, mortgages, anyas necessary; keep tho sprained They dind't know thatnt nil. Furrmt ities of the placo havo limited tho ten - . KENTUCKY thing in payment, ami before tho final elevated if about tho hands, and DANVILLE. joint tho two ladies begun singing, nnd tho number of shows thoy consent to collapso nnd oxpoeo hnd turned till into horizontal if about the feet, so as to Uarlng recently reAttod my roouia with all of the min waited for thim to sthop, but thin to ono a week. They think this modern luiproremeni!, I now hare the what ready cash they would bring, nnd tho flow of blood from the thoy got toirod uv waitiu' and started is quitons much of tho show business promote Tho Albion Sulky Harrow and Seoler, Fluent Gallery in Central Kentucky left tho region. f.. Dut tho ladies kipt ou, as will lo good fur the people, and parts by gravity; aud live for a few in ntiyhow. ror less money than ai..7 iv wwir, ii i.f ii.?. ui in, Kiiic.I ran uwy vc- utilized m one r.w ikihmiu j.i.m i. uui .,.'! !... . Hero tho appeal was inado to tho When you Tl.lt Danville, don't lall to call and aea Ihit implement am be had, which xeill put in all Linds 0 small grain in the itry best maimer in and it was quito roight they should, thoy hold that the moro frequent com-iu- c days on fruits. and coarse bread mainly. me. IlMpeclfully, leM time and iniA leu labor than the best grain drill made. nvnrico of tho farmers. They left and thin thoy all sthopped siugin', tho Uno ot grandmothers wise ways EIMVAHO II. FOX. MMf of poripatotio entertainments their regular businc&i of farming, Photographer Ky. Geological Survey gurl at tho pianny sho didut know tho would lead to wasto of timo, squan- was to keep a cup of alum water alwhich they understood, and went into pieco was dono nnd just kipt on a while derings of money and possiblo falling ways close at hand. It usually stood a doubtful outsido speculation which beside her work by licrsilf. Thoy sphoilt it iutircly; on tho window-si- ll N. Y. Sun. thoy did not understand, in tho hopool but I didn't loiko tho pieco nnywny." into ovil habits." I m . basket. Cut fingers and bruises of all suddoiuwcalth or coinpoleucc. Thoy Emory Thomai seut to Mary Brown kinds, if wrapped, wet in "I beg your pardon," uaid a gontlo-mn- irt Jackson, Mich., silk for n dress as alum water healed in a cloth rapidity found tho scripturo truo: "Tlicy that with a tho other day as ho stumbled a present. He wished to marry her, mako hasto to bo rich fall into a that was truly wonderful. This is so snare." As it rulo it is best to avoid ovor Gov. Blackburn in a Lexington and sho was inclined to consent; but simplo a remedy that it is worth whilo vafBaaaaaaaaB Tr rl akaauii That when sho learned that tho silk was outsido speculation, ovon agencies of street car. "Why ccrtninly to know about it an agricultural character; to havo is, I would pardon you really, but I part of tho booty of a burglary, sho A bridegroom slapped bis brides' nothing to do with tho wonderful, tho sco thnt I havo left my blanks at becamo tho principal wituets against rwlllou of Teeth aod leterwLlleat work. seeds, plants, homo iu my other coat pocket," and tho wooer, and ho was sent to prison face two hours alter marriage, ns they astonishing, Thai by detaching the Seedir you hare the. bat llama tn the vmld, one that do mure uori in once going over the ground than an (rdinary huirow trill in a dozen, betides doing the tcork were about to tako a train at Whiteagricultural or horticultural discovo-rc8- , ho settled down in his scat and began for soven years. But thoy havo faster and mth mote ate. Thla preparation blight-proo- f pear trees, curculio-proo- f to wonder if ho had not been a little reconciled, and n few days ago side, Illinois, for n honeymoon tour. from all dvletortoua fa purely vegetable and free uti.lauci'a, and or betubrlugall kluiliufwurina It la ahaolulely certain plum trees, Russian unplo trees, too previous. Tho passengers acted the prison chaplain joined them in Itecovering front her surprise she from the human ayttem. It l not nauieallng to labored him with a can;, and thoy had Ibemuittlellcuieatoiiiudi.aiid clilldrru will take that bear all years or iu nil climates as though they had been to n circus wedlock. It aa readily aa lliey will iiioLwk-- , hiiicii inoul.l every liouekwir. (and sell nt 81 n pieco); Bohemian whero tho clown had perpetrated n tho satisfaction of being mistaken by recoiumeiut It lo frty. and iiumMIhk Pamite can nappy (.era, andloyou. aplrll. will unruiiu luu.ly eiprma This is how they raise children m everybody for old married folks. onts that will mako us nil rich nnd the cratliiule -of lh Utile unci. It It I ho onlu Tho governor didn t seem now joko. tho seed sells nt 810 per bushel, under iroriu kllln- Hut I. plmuiil lo take to rut until somo portions of Nortu Carolina : A at tnty-nand .old hy Ux. Tho dangerous feat of sliding down cenU. Try atali, buttle an association, which you nro urged to to enjoy himself. morniug, mau will get up early in tho by C VJWOUKA' CO. Manuril'irl join. n iil.WI., Hit. Oj7lr, toil Siiilit mrrrt, "Amanda, I wish you to put tho nnd after stretching and waking him the Mount Washington Railroad ou Then thero nro agencies olio red to board has been porforraed by Miss K. Foruialnbtaulord by I'knmv 4 JlcAiUTaa. largo biblo in u prominent placo on self good, will nay: "Johuniol" "Sir!" von as "tho most itiilueutial farmer in wiio made the threo town," njul ou which you nro suro to tho cuntro tablo and plauo threo or four "Havo you given the calf some fresh F. Chlomati, SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL mako ounrmous profits. You nro to hymn books carelessly around ou tho piuo straw to eat V" "Yes sir." "Then miles in thirtouit minutes. -. . Imme sign an order for so many WHguii jacks bofas. I havo just advertised for a wash your inco in tho branch, liko Tlicro will bean absolutely fair .. i.BBLNaT fcJ:SaKviSasar' or patent cultivators or "Itovited KX3Zr3Z2- aud Lever while uo luuae. young man to board in a cheerful a pretty fellow, nnd go to tho persim- election 1iu South Carolina next Nu , diately, 1'u.ltlou of Teeth Now Testaments," (fur this is ono of vember, and tho democracy will carry pulitiite After ianting your Re- tho latest and most pious dodger) or Christian family, nnd I tell you what, mon treo and get your breakfast." i und destroy the utedt ineiop,by rtuuHing three tettha you can thoroughly cultirator the soil, eultitalt tut) rvuiofcornutattine, trill lAi. thing tluit no Uher tho btato by it largo majority. "farm diaries" or what not "to bo paid if you girls don t mauuge, cither ono Atfiist stutnl, here is mi iiupUmeut that can be uud in firry rrtiji evltiruted and out that it An Illinois boy fell oil a olid, aud Charleston News (Pern.) lie.es. for when sold." That "order" turn of you to rako him In, why 111 nover vi none by any other inijjlevirnt; durable and simple. fanneri, come and set it, get u mm A Salamauca farmer's wife milks pie und try it, 1 it does not do ichat ire claim fur it, ve do not rant your mimey. up in threo months or so us n judgment try anything again for I'm tired out." was ro injured that ho had to stay nbed aud THrE GREAT NERVINE t A physician prescribed eighteen cows night and morniug, n month. nolo for 8H0O, which you hi wo to pay. alf.a-I GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanferd. Ky. It ii III iu I'.iu'jI lolluuil"i . ani wbir taculnlr "To bo paid for whon sold" means A sharp and cheeky thing was douo drugs, and a clergyman prayed daily during the hay lug season rides tho l.l.fi.l Ju, .w lV 11 II. WKAllh'X, Agt , llichmond, Ky. Ij luUu IU '. K mTlUillS, .lt. Uneaster. Ky Cor Kural Now by a Missouri book agent lost week. for bis recovery. Ho is now well. mowing machine, aud cuts ton acres O'U . iinui.di.l. r.tt.r, when you nro sold. UilRNlf d WILLIAMS, Aits., lliutoMille, Ky. II r.li.. A.lliiuau l'Blpllnll"". uf (lie v of grass a day. Yorker. .u4 llj.U'rlr. ll.nrt, Niiortut-Hon. 7. B. Montgomery's) Testimonial. I hucc eultinUed my crop of com this season tcith the IIo piled tied across tho railroad track, Tho father refuses to pay tho doctor's la,ui(Mii.tiy uo,. iia. uw.1 i.iuimi.., traittt tafM lliatir lu'liaAtaLat Luira lit (XmbineJ Cultivator, 7iinvio uiicj Seeder and can auy without hesitation that it ts'tht but Ilrowuville, Albion W. AV. Hackner. of Thero is a man near Hurricauo ran ahead nod saved u passenger train, bill of 880, becauso ho believes tho hum nin ror IiHtHKMM. ,IJ- - harrow or eultindur I halt ever arm. Gin plow ten aert if corn a day teith all ease. t dots its Neb,, ineaBiirfd a stalk of corn tovcral Springs who has whiskers C3J inches nnd took ono huudred nnd twenty orTho lLMuntyouuiy. work perfectly, and I can cluerfully tecommend it to my farmer friends. was wrought by prayer alouo, times, euro II i. iMkUlluauUl b, IU. 1.4 li,.Rl.BI all OKI tin uud found that it had growu long, Ho is easily managed in tho doeuu.iry. I'ik.. oi vnu ii Uail. rr.t'UiKl b ders from grateful passengers without but has given 880 to tho church. A four inches in ono day nnd flvo inches To soie giuin villi this Sieder no eilm hand in rnui'mi h clean it from flth at this it all' dune mestic circle W. U. ,llIM.KI.i:'. JiKutliorur.. Iran klin (Ky.) ki.-,i im laaail, u by the diiier uithout stopping or gttting off hit teat. lo.. HiuaK.u in another. I i"t the slightest chaiigoof countcnaiico. iiaulu lawsuit Is tho result. A.a jDUt lnui.l ' i' camp-meetin"slow-coach" 812,-000,00- Tho other day n young man of fino family, ndmirahlo tnlcnts nnd picas-mi- l nddrota died miserably liko a dog nt tho hands of liii mistress. Ho was In his lifclimo n jolly, good fellow, had many boon companions, who joined with him iu dissspatiou and revels nnd who probably often with maudlin fervor pledged their novor dying friend-tiiip- . Yet it is stntcd us n act that when tho body lay stark nnd cold in tho morgue, preparatory to removal to an interior city for interment, not ono of tho fast aeeocUtojof tho young man paid it tho small allcclionnto tribulo of n visit, and not one tear ii known to havo lcon shed by ono of tho It d find As many ns 2,000 employment about tho streets of this city. They nro nlmost exclusively Italians, who havo displaced tho Irish nnd Germans who used to do tho work. Their gatherings of rags nro valued at 8750,000 a year. Tho hand cart dealers do a business of $3,000,-00- 0 n year. The aggregate rag trade of tho city amounts to 830,000,000 a year. A prominent dealer estimates tho number of rag dealers in tho city nt 800, about a fifth of them doing a largo business. Tho general trado is controlled by n fow cxtensivo dealers. Last year tho cotton rag importations reached 810,000,000 in valuo, tho homo gatherings being worth the paper mills taking the wholo supply. Tho cotton rags are worth from If to G cents a pound; the woolen rags from 3 to 35 cts. a pound, Tho latter aro used in making shoddy goods, Tho rags aro sorted by women, who earn 85 n week, and packed by men, whoso wages rango from 812 to 814 a week. Some of the larger dealers havo accumulated largo Scientific American. fortunes. rag-pick- ers PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A llnu.rhoM M'ROBERTS&STAGG Op or a Houso Block, DKATjTMtH IIV- - family lac. ArMrlo fur Unlveraal Eradicates J'or Hrnrlft And Tjpliolil Ffl?if(t( DIpMhertft, Hall ration U Ire ruled Stanford, Ky.; E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARFETS,OIL GLOTHS1TRUNES Samu-rui- d I I PENNY & McALISTEll, aJbJ W ELER.S. WMUt St. Asaph BlocK, Stanford. iMiMii GROCERS, well-wate- r, McEI-ro- TI3CE3 HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. in ALBIOIST jHap a aaiii-r.cll- 3mmTlJnmmm-!ljmmW&!- 2' w iy Excelsior Art Rooms it 1 Sprlng-Tuo- th . m m u 1 high-price- d CnllfejEBrME. dang-ero- l o h. -- :3sK2'(L. "?i usmyju MRI m au i hJilC v.i-- ,,- - iv .... ew5&!',' orrlli, i .. ' Tiir railroad colcbration at was tho biggest Louis-vill- o Friday Morning, September W. P. WALTON, 15, 1882 EDITOR ItnilANAroi.H, lNn,Sept. Dnr Inltrlor : ! I omitted in my last, to tell you of the best meeting wo havo had In Indianapolis. or the of Lewis It. Jones, Of course It wss in the penitentiary. You As Administrator deo'd, I will, on know my hobby. So smile if you like. It waa a glorious meeting, all tho same. As WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1882, I wrote before, Indian has two peniten- At Hie lals rraMenre of decedent, alnut VA mile West of Bttniord, tell at piitjle auction lo ins tiaries, at opposite extremes of the State; niinni mmirr, ins personal property l decedent, roiiMiltnc or slant M rlleert i years oM nl oeer, Jefiersonville on the Ohio river, and Mich- ItOuwt, 10CIms grade Heifers, 1 yearling Hull, stout 1 Heirs ft Mares, S igan City on Lake Michigan. At tho CapCoin, I pair of hroka Mules, a largo lot of Hay In ital there Is a well conducted Female "Re- Hack, aliotit no acres of Corn, 200 liuiheUol Wheat, ol good Fairbanks formatory," containing about 200 inmates, a pair meats sml HnuwhoM Htock Ac lea. Farming anil Kltchtn Furni!iuls services I am writing about ture. Taaxs: -- For all tonitofflOamijuniler, rain; and thero the of three months on OTr that amount, a ctr-lwere held. I can not speak too highly of not with good security negotiable and ptytU In the excellent management of this Institu- imii, win, prinirgo 01 paying on nay or taie. josr.rn copfky. Anna. tion. ''Aunty Smith," the efficient head of the establishment, ha that wonderful SMALL FAKM SALE. mixture of firmness, common sense, kindness ol heart, and best of all, piety, that la Hating mored lo Nleholasvllle, I will sell seldom found in a single personality. Two my Fsrm, containing slant of her assistants are "higher life" christians, who have the good of the Reforma- ONE tory inmates at heart, and labor for somenthelin?lllABtanford Pike, almut SJ inllm It is understood that Governor Colquitt thing more than salary. I speak of these from Pamllle. The plac la In a Knot (tale of culand Winchester, the people turned indulges in a handsome eulogy of Gov. tivation; all In graa except atout aoarrm; thai to Blackburn. It is proper 'that the will, in all probability, appoint Benjamin because they tho joke on him by resolutely remain-inare attendants on our meet to In mull train. Tho houw la In rid repair ami cittern people of tho State should know this. Henry Hill, Jr., a successor of bis father ings, and personally known. The other contains 7 loom., tlto pantry, ' flower-pi- t, at th door, al avray and allowing him if he irn, Col. Jones thinks Blackburn's ad- in the United Slates Senate for the are, I doubt not, good and competent. most new and as One fruit ol etery dncilptlon If Ac., opoko" at all "for Henry" to do bo to peart, ministration is correct then tho people unexpired term, which ends March 4, 1883. About of the prisoner are crim- any one wants: apples, almost peachen. pluma, cherries, grapes, dtioauDi, any thing you may empty benches. No, no; Jones did This nomination Is strongly itrged by peti inals, the others, girls and children; the call lor. Plenty of ilork water, fn tight of should nml will overwhelmingly sit tion nnd In many State papers, and apono tnlla front Maclamllh shop, two lullre not pull tho wool over any body's eyes lrlalrcsalngly healthy plan for water down on Jones. Kentucky can not proved by leading politicians, aa none want latter numbering 20 or 30, at a gueo. Our fromdortora, will, IS years tho In ncier in,his "speech for Henry" worth a congregation was gathered in the neat Mils. I refer you lo Meat. T. M. paid ft ilorlors I.IIUrd, II. M. the appointment for the short term. Young chapel of the establishment, and we were Money, V. II. (IcMry, altn riani Johnson, who cent, for tho wayfaring man, though stand raoro than ono Blackburn ad ministration in a hundred years, and Hill's appointment will be almost unprece- at once impressed with the large propor- Meet on Hi place, and riioniat Melcalf, Mlanlord, Address n fool, could soo through his little JOHN Stl.Tt'AI.F. year old. tion of good faces Nicholas? Ille, Ky. it would bo folly to select a man who dented, as he I only thirty-twthat confronted us. Some C7 game. TJib truth of tho wholo mat- General Wolseley, with about 13,000 were beautiful. Very few believes it can." really hardened tcr is that Col. Jones had mortally men, including 2,000 cavalry, attacked and looking them. A sinCollege. The republicans carried Maine, elec- defeated the Egyptian forces, numbering gle look countenance among was enough to offended tho Henry crowd at the Conat our congregation in Frankfort, and afterwards ting their candidato for Governor, nil 20,000 regulars, under Arab! Pasha, at vention STANl'Oltl), KY. awaken profoundesl pity and sympathy, on Wednesday. An advance was and if ever we sang and preached for souls, finding that Honry's frionds were tho State officers, candidates for Conmade under the cover of darkness, In the There wero morning, and the enemy' works were car- we did it that day. Only one day like it, With a Full Corps of Teachers, mo'ro numerous than ho had suppos- gress and tho Legislature. and that was the memorable Sunday in five tickets in tho field, each of which ed, "his services in Henry's behalf' This Institution will open lis Thirteenth Newton ried with a yell after about twenty minutes the Frankfort enilcntiary. After nearly on the id Mondajr In Hcpteiuhcr neat. wero solely to reinstate himself. But helped the republicans whilo drawing hard fighting. About 3,000 Egyptians an hour' sermon, we gave the invitation to it didn't work. It is useless to dis- strength from tho democratic or fusion were captured, and Arab! Psha escaped confess. A row of aide seat wo first fill ALL THE H1UNC1IK3 OF A cuss tho question, however, Jones is ticket. Two years ago tho supposed by hard riding to Zigazig. The British ed with confessors, and then as they came loss is in the vicinity of 200. Several ofli forward very rapidly the chair were, with- THOROUGHENGUSHCOUnSE hardly in tho race. Owsley or Knott democratic victory in tho State throw cent were wounded. Are taught, as well at out design, hurriedly arranged for them, will bo the next Governor of Ken- the unthinking democrats off their facing the congregation. A row after MUSIC. TUB IiANfJUAOEH. DIIAW. GARRARD COUNTY. tucky. guard and caused an over confidence row was placed, the number of INO AND FAINTINO. Lancaster. A dispatch to the Cincinnati En- that hurt us through the campaign. It dwindled until, after a little exJames Henderson Burdett is the name would have been much better for them quirer from Washington says that a In which Geo. D. Burdett wraps hi infant hortation the last one came forward, and strong syndicato is forming thero to had she gono republican. At best she heir born for the' second time in our experience the In Tuition, price rang from IJ5 to ISO In th Sept. 9th. entire congrecation was won. A "clean regular Departments. Frluarr. 113; Intermediate carry tho 8th Kentucky district, that don't amount to much. Her disposi Only 34 Lancastrians took advantage 140; f W. and IXIIeglalo, ISO. sweep" for Jesus. PRAISE THE LORD. Bradley is there in conference with tho tion is too much to go "hell bent." cf the 1 cent, per mile rate to Louisville And now their faces were all turned in For full particulars, as to Hoard, Ac., address Monday and Tuesday. Congressional Commiffco and reports NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. exactly the opposite direction from their MKN. H. V. THUF.lt F.A It T. lrlurlinl, H. T. Noel has received a couple of that hoVis organizing with great care Stanford. Lincoln Co.,Kj position when I began to address them. There are six hundred electric light very fine cows of the Holstein slock. They for a vigorous campaign. This is all burning in New Orleans. The LORD enabled me to make a point are Tery much admired. of this, in exhorting to a thorough change LTHE bosh. Bradley is evidently trying to Central Unirersity lias 150 student', Tho Governor refused to commute the -- VIAof life, in living as saved one. pull the wool over the eyes of tho with a prospect for more, sentence against Win. Austin, and has orMrs. Garfield has purchased a residence It was a very indescribable scene. Cer dispensers of tho corruption fund to dered his execution to take place Friday, ! tainly one never, ntrtr to be forgntlen. in ClereUnd for $50,000 cash. October 13. make them givo down as it were. Again was the dear LOUD present to "heal The capitation tax in Winchcsler is A rumor was current here Tuesday, They have heard how badly he was $1. It is only $1.60 In Stanford. all that had need of healing." Imagine that Joe Jetson had killed Taylor Saunders sat down upon in his own county reour joy. 174 confessed the dear Name. E. B. Owsley, a business near Buckeye, the day before, but as nothThis was really the turning point of the cently and they are not disposed to man of Louisville, Is dead. He was a na- ing more has been heard from It, presumu THE ONLY LINE KUNNIXU Indianapolis meeting. After that "break invest much on Billie. We hope, tive of Garrard. it waa a mistake. down," the progress was steady and uninThey are still balloting In General howover, that they will let him have Judge Walker had his first experience terrupted, if not a rapid a Impatience Bragg' district, In Wisconsin. 1,083 have in performing the marriage ceremony the demanded. all ho Wants. It will make monoy been WITH tiken without result. other day. He acquitted himself creditaThe afternoon meeting continue full of plentiful in tho district and not effect Hon. W. W. CuIberUon, of Ashland, bly, interest, and many step over into Canaan Pullman only he was a little off in his benedicSleeping Coaches ! the election of Phil Thompson in the Ky., lias been nominated for Congress by tion, and did not kiss the bride. 'Twas a daily. We occupy the basement of the Meridian SU Church P.M. and Park Theleast. His majority is going to be the Mnth District republicans negro couple. atre at night. To date there have been Hon. 'Wilbur F. Browder, of Logan 2,500. O. T. Wallace was thrown from a 395 confessions of Jesus for the soul' Salcounty, is a candidate for the democratic spring wngon by a runaway hoise Tuesday, vation or restoration; 310 anointed for Tin: farce is over and tho convic nomination for Attorney General. To sustaining severe sprains of a wrist and bodily healing and 453 confessions of tion of a couple of cats-paclerks is christian for an advance in the Divine The jury in the Star Koule case de ankle. It wss a very gentle animal. A life. I close in haste to catch the mail. TilROUail THE the result ot tho out Star clares that the prosecution oflered $25,000 suddeg cut with the whip while jogging Ever in Jesus Geo. O. IUiixks. for the conviction of Brady and Dorsey. Route trials at Washington. The Grandest Scenery in America! along caused him to kick and run with the S. S. Association. The administrationista carried sixty convicted men are Perdell and Miner above result. For Ike JiiltrlorJuurnal Connecting direct In I'enn. Depot for of the New York Misses Virgie and Hattie McLean, of who had no money to buy the jury to out of the seventy-tw- o The Union Sabbath School Association City delegates to the Saratoga Convention. Tennessee, are visiting relative in and assembled at the Orange Hall, I'ulaski Baltimore.Philadelphia&N. Y. disagree, else they too would have Squire Speed Taylor, of Mercer, was around Lancaster. Mrs. Mat Walton, of county, Ky., on Sabbath the 10th inst., The Only Direct Una lo gono free. The jury decided that acquitted of the murder of Brown, much Lexington, Is the guest of Mrs. Ben Bur- anu organized by electing Wm. T. Keyn-oldChairman, and J. D. Camibell, Secthero was a conspiracy to defraud the to the surprise and indignation of the citVlrclulu ami flic CarolluiiH. dett. Mrs James Royslon has gone to retary. The order of exercise were aa government but when it came to say- izens. The Yellow fever at Brownsville, is Chicago on a visit. Mis Mattie Brown is follows: Tickets aro on tale at principal Ticket Oaten, 1st. Iteading of National Lesson by the and at thotiencral OfflcooMbe C. A O. ltallwar, ing that Brady, Stephen W. Dorsey, somewhat abating. At Peneacola, Wed- visiting her sister, Mrs. Park, at Irvine. Chairman. After reading, praver by Itev. at 310 Wot Until Nlrerl, I.iillUtlllr. John W. Doreey and Henry SI. nesday, there were 19 new cases and three Miss Lizzie Brown will attend a Catholic J. W.Parron. For further Information, addma J. C. EllNoT, school at Loretto this session. Mr, Kus Sod. Iteport of schools were called. General BoutliweiJern Ageut, Loul.illlt. Vaile, the ring leaders of tho swindlo, deaths. V. W. 8MITII. II. W. UM.i:il. It Is estimated that the next Maine Harris and daughter. Mis Dove, have re Sabbath school at Thompson's (Jsn'l Manager, (leo'l I'ati'r Agl. wero guilty, four conscientious fellows No. chapter read, 3,705. Average Legislature will stand as follows : turned from a visit to Gallatin, Tennessee. could not see it for tho money that attendance, 57. Try class answered to roll 28, fusion 3; House republi Hugh Logan goes to Cincinnati, Monday, call promptly, and answered all question had been laid before their eves. Eight cans 87, fusion CI. to reside peimanently. Hugh is a good satisfactorily. tho jurors, however, voted from of Adam Kalir and Frank Egbert, two fellow but "a little hard of hearing" and 3rd. Oration, by Dr. J. C. Kelley. & 4th. Fsay by Mis Sarah Acton; Ksjay first to last that the "big four" wero Frankfort roughs, fought each other with his many friends will regret to give him pistols an J succeeded in mortally wounding up. JoLn Burnside and wife who have by Mis Mary Acton; Oration by J, L. guilty, and they aro almost as much Kevnolds: Essay by Miss Marv Jarvis: been on a visit to the former's father, near Oration by L. F. Iteynoids; Kway by disgraced as if they had been con Policeman Jere Lee. Mr. Cal. Fowler, of Madison, and John Bryantsville, left for their home at Fort Martha Allbright. victed. Corresponding letter read from South In effect Aug 1., 183?. Ellison, of Jessamine, had a pistol duel in Worth, Texas, Thursday. Fork Sabbath School, showing their school We like Will Owens for the com- Lexington this week, in which Cal. got n CINCINNATI faOUTIIKHN PIVIHION. In a nourishing condition, with an average WAYNECOUNTT. mendable iiiannor in which ho has ball in hi right tide. Dai Acm Nlgt attendance of 37 pupils. Mount Pisgah STATIONS. Montieelh. Kz. The N. Y. Herald issued a sextuple held up his end of tho pole in his canalso represented to be in a flourishing conI'.M. A.M. Heavy rain here Sunday night. dition. Orations and Essays by the vass with Joo Blackburn, but really sheet last Sunday which contained 91 Til 880 11S40 Mis Lorra Lto. Cfnclnnitl An infant son of Judge J. A. Phillip e named persona : advertising. This is evidence that " (ltorgetowu. 11 za 10 tho statement which is given upon the ill lias " Islington lied of cerebral disease last Wednesdav. Jarvia; Oration by Mr. Turnbull; Essay 8 to UBS a boom of business has struck the city, " MlclioT.nllle..... by Mis Samantha Oaks; Kiwar by Mis V 12 12 0 12 2D authority of John Bell, the good deaHigh UrlJgo.. The Madison Circuit Court, which be- Funeral service by Eld. Sewell. 14 21 12 47 Alice Petree; Oration by 11. W. Ilice. " Danrlllt ...... 10 M 2 47 1 10 con of tho Georgetown Times, that he gins Monday, ha 423 case, 233 of which Sirs. Polly, relict of John Jones, Esq., Iteport from Liberty Sabbath School " Junction Cltr.. 1 So arlO It 12 M a oo 2 20 has never tasted a drop of intoxica- are criminal, five bsing for murder, There dee'd, was stricken with paralysis of right had 400 verses recited, read 3.600 chapters, "' Bouertel liurntlde.... 140 A.M. 2M side last Friday. Hhe draw a pension for home readimr. Oration by the followim-- . llockwoud 7 60 Iv CM 01 of any kind, or taken a are 123 old Equity cases and but 17 ting liquor " Bprlng City . 7S2 0 40 UTS service rendered by her husband in the J. W. Ilarron, Win. Ilarron and J. D, Campbell; average attendance 35. Ites- - Arr. Chattanooga .... chew of tobacco or smoked a cigar in DM 830 lOM war of 1812. The Maybury, Pullman & Hamilton jiectfully, J. D. Campbell, H. S. 8. A. A.M. P.M. I'.M, his lifo of 33 years, shakes our con Circus Mr. John Vickery, who has been con- has been attached at Columbia, 8. h 4.TO. Chattanooga 00 It) 6 03 730 fidence in tho advisability of Bending Bprlng Clljr....M. 7 60 7 tin C, by employes for $0,000. Attachment lined to his room about 30 day with TV ' Uockwoodl 8 40 ar 7 40 10 08 a man to Washington. It for unpaid local bills were also (erred uon phold fever, is convalescing rapidly now. bo puro " l'olnt lluriulJe.... Ii40 162 " Boiuertet 105 A.M. 2 16 i our correspondent I Just Recovering from would bo a pity to contaminate his (lie proprietor of the show, " Junction Cltr 3 32 It S 30 333 I am telling I ho LAUltKI, COUNTY COAL lor DauTille. .. 2 4; i 40 341 The people of St. Louis are In a slate an attack of sporadic cholera. young lifo by subjecting him to tho McAlitler, Hocker a Co. parties wlbng to buy High llrldVe 010 4 11 3 11 Mr. Primrose, a ' NicholatTirio BS.1 433 3 33 Confederate will dojrell to aee me bailors purchasing, ltetpcct-ful- l. of mind over the question as to whether ovil influences of our modern Sodom .. " Lealugtou 403 7W S06 white and colored children shall go to soldier, and now a crayon artist of some " lloorgclowu... ...... 4 30 7 33 s:o A. T. NUNJVT.M.KV. and Gomorrah. 7 00 10 23 7 40 Arr. Clocinnttl m school together. Fights have occurred distinction, has located here temKrarily. ALAUAMA IIKEAT BOUTHKKN. A.M. .Tuc Court of Appeals continues to among the children, snd the end i not yet. Mr. Chaa. Duck ha opened a butcher shop ! 111)0 I ! Lto. Chattanooga The Itlchuond ( Va.) Banning and In. in connection with hi family grocery which undo what tho courts and juries- do. " Atlalla 1266 " lllruilnghaui... 3 13 Neal and Craft, who were convicted suranco Company has suspended. The Pres- will be a convenience to our citizens. TO Tim " Tutcaloota ..... OF LINCOLN CO 633 Eld. Caleb W. Sewell protracttaut hare now hveudus 1000 at Catlettsburg for the horrible mur- ident of the concern, John II, Davis, I said ed meeting In Elk Spring began a last Sun- ThoI nu. as luotisunsT got me time JuneStn Arr. Meridian ........ ior in luoiiejr in the Valley to owe over $376,000 is oatimated 630 tauk doliiir theiiinogoud. I atkthstax uii.r.in Lf. Meridian der of tho Gibbons children at Ash-lau- d be thatitowns property and it yield " Tutcaloota. ....... S67 you Kill. Don't that will $230.. day. He expect to continue ten or twelve comoanddon't want rour think bectuwearlier,are good " Ulriulugbam 1221 taica, Tho wo get that wa and sentenced to bo hanged, have 000. " day It be meet with encouragement. Eld. th tax of 260 weu, the belter. We then Arr. Atlalla Chattanooga... 030 Hie Convention to nominate a candid Itovsdcn, of Separate Ibptist Church, I know who to pret. Meet in or my Pepuljr at had tho decision reversed and a new lluitourllle bcpttiiibcr 23, and on Baturdar, Brp-- I VICKBIIUUU ANU'MEltlDIAN. ember trial granted. They will in all prob ate or Congrem In the 4th district took holding a successful meeting at Pleasant Hum. It. at Crab Onbard; at HttnlordW,atL. all Lt. Merldltu.. 7i-C. 10 20 H 01 ballots without result. USUI J. N. MIINEIKK, The ballot lleud Meeting-house- . f Foreit. 1260 ability go aa Kills did, when thoy aro stands as fallows: Ilraudon..... Hobbs, 4; Itoburtson, 13; 2 68 John II. Jones, of Kismet, Term., passed Jackton ... 363 taken back to tho scene for trial, from Uuller, 0; McKay, 10; Walker, 13; Cun through town Arr. Vltktburg., Sunday last with 270 bead of MS. tho limb of a sycamore tree. ningham, 15. VUktburg., good cattle that he had grazed on hi ex Li. Jackton 800 10 41 BrigaChalmers, the tensive ranch In East Tennessee. He goes TOR TUB NEXT THIRTY DAYS, llrtudou 1128 tho Stato had been gerrymand- dier, I Forett.. backed by the Republican 141 to the Central Ky. mirket. 0, C. Duncan Arr. Merldltu. 443 ered in tho interest of the republicans WK WILL SKLL Committei in the Second Missis- is again in the with a drove of VICK8BUKO. HHUEVEFOIIT AND PACIFIC it could'not have been better done, and sippi district, although Hannibal Carter, a cattle from this county. Vltktburg. ... BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, 110, owe a debt of lasting grati colored Republican, is running for for it they ijeiut 12 30 Mr. Micaiah Meece, a very clever clt- Arr. Monro . 6 30 in that district. tudo to tho imbeciles who directed tho zen living two mile south of Monticello, Le. Mouroo.M. 730 e The thieve are about to at- accidentally discharged a rifle gun wWlo DRY " Delta 12 80 GOODS NOTIONS ! Arr, VUktburg.. of the lato democratic legislaCQVirso 200 tempt a Hank movement on the Govern- blowing into It to see if it was loaded. The ture. Wo had uine districts certain, ment by having JOHN BCOrr. V. and Oen. Man. Attorney General Brew ball aed through and lodged in the back UO PER CENT. BELOW COST! H'r.CUduuttl.bhlo; 1'. K. V. WILKON, Clo.F. Hon and II. before, with a fighting chanco in the ster and his agent, Cameron and Boweo, of This It no lt'r. his neck, causing paralvsis of the right ell to luaks ad erlltlug dodg. Then gooJt uiutt 1. A. tin. Bou. A. (I, Cincinnati, 04 II. COLL- room lor another lino of goodt alrrad y HHAN.O. I. A. n. 11 j, Loiiiauootft.iimli.i iNtb; uow the republicans claim, and arrested to answer the chargo of attempt- aide. He can't jKwsibly recover. purchased. Dou't like our word fur II, but com J. HAItUY, U 1. A v. a m. lt'r, titatuuri and tot for vourwlt. Mlu.1 JOE F. McIUIIIE,ll. 1'. A. V., H. A ing to bribe a Juior, not without reason, five. Capt. Win. Thornton, urveyor of (he NrAMhTIIK A HKIUIIT, it X Monro, M. al to tlio fact that 1'npt. Ton? Henry in a speech at Hazel Grew, !'kBowlo(lRCl in a happy and appropriate stylo tho services render Judgo Owsloy during his cdhlm canvass," tho Covington CommomccaWt in tho innocence of its grand young soul remarks : "Had Capt. Henry no word in recognition of tho services of Col. Thos. L. Jones in his behalf? Wo heard of Judgo Owsley making two or throe speeches in tho lato cam paign(chielly for himself, incidentally for Henry, while Col. Jones traversed If tho following which wo copy a good' part of tho State and made from an exchange bo true, it ought to thirty or forty speeches for Captain cook old T. Lovely's gooso, if ho has Henry." Making thirty or forty got any, to cook: "Col. Thos. L. speeefceaior Henry is good. Why, theory. idea of Jones making speech- Jones, candidate for Governor, is a staunch defender of Gov. Blackburn's es for Henry was taken as a joke and fmany places, notably Louisville administration. In his speeches he Yonker. in JIf.fkriuno j ever attempted by that city and tho magnificence and extensiveness of tho display surprised and delighted tho natives and peoplo from all parts of the State. Tho crowd that witnessed the industrial procession is estimated at 50,000 and it took a doublo number of tho Courier-Journwith its 112 columns to tell all about it. A Cincinnati paper patronizingly remarks : Louiavillo seems to havo waked up at last, and shown that alio is entitled to tho name of city. Tho railroad celebration would havo dono great credit to larger cities, and to tho eyes of tho unsophisticated Kentuckians was simply immense. Tho procosiion representing tho industries of tho city, was ten miles in length, and a mag nificent display." tbig Engineer Melville, of the Jtxnettr, and the remaining survivors of the expedition have arrived In New York, The Gmrier Journal, Pod, Argun and Democrat, of Louisville, have all sgrted on one IhlnR to support Proctor Knott for Governor, E'town New. The extension of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway from Newport New to Fortress Monroe, was completed on the 12th, Through train West will run about Oct. 1, Foreman Dickson has written in cpen letter to Attorney General Brewster demanding protection from Mm against the attack of the officer of the department of Justice for hi action In the trial. 'Not a Rebel soldier in Barren county will vote against Gen. Wolford" Is what one of the truest and best follower of the "Lost Cue" told u last week. He say ho has Investigated the subject and find them not only willing but enthusiastic for Glasgow Times. tho old war horse. This Is the wty they lie on Mr.Tilden: A private dispatch from Poughkeepsle state that Samuel J. Tllden is dangerously ill with softjning of the brain, and his physician have given tip all hope of his recovery. Another from New York, says: There Is no truth In the report that Samuel J. Tilden la seriously ill. He waa riding this afternoon through the street of Star-Rout- e section of road lying Immediately south of town, has manifested a spirit of public enSTAKrOSD 8TBIKT terprise that we wonld like to see become contagious. Thereare about 300 yards of clay LANCASTER, . . KENTUCKY road near No, 1 School-hous- e that become almost Impassable In winter, upon this ho ha built a very substantial turnpike road. JOHN T. II.MM.VS, PROPRU.TOR. We ay all praise to the Captain; let other emulate his example In the same direction, A riKST - CLASS HOTEL JUICkCwINN HOUSE! riKniKMonu,. T. W. VABXO. WSLLAPR K. VAIKOM. T. W. ft W.B VAItNON, ATTOIINIIIYH A.U' Jj.VW. Omr MTANFOIll), KY. In Owilee A Don's new l.ull.llng-i- ip italrs. ATTOIINJ3Y At t.ANCASTEIl, KY. It. U. KAUI'PMAN, T..A.-- "PRAISE THE LORD." 12th, 18S2. Inemy particular, The patron ol the puttie solicited, ami istlifictlon guaranteed. 1M' Matter (Viitiniluloner snd County A Horner. Will practle In all Ihs Courts of llarrtnl snd sdjolnlng counties and In IheCouit of Apiwala. ADIftR.'S SALE AIiEX. ANDKItllON, A.a"A'01lN73V DANVIM.K, KY., Will practice, In IhaOourtt of Itojls and adjoining counties snd In th Court of Appeals. Al' JUA.AV, 1 LlllKllTY, KY. Will practice In all thotfeurti of Cater and ad. Joining counties, and In tho Court of Appeal!, r.rSlli,"n."on if,n ,0 collections. Office over II. T, Tierce's More. HTANFOHD, from MASTHHHON PEYTON, A.'.TM'OUIM.IiJV A.M' J..A.W, axu txiinnm-orusrtTiuxT- lt . KhNTUUKY Ofllcoom Itohl. 8. Lytla't store. Offlc hours I In K snd 7 to r. x. WILOON, Dll, J. O. OAIU'ENTKH. . ..... 77-- J. J. OION'J'IM'X'. BTANFOIID, KY, Offlco snd FOlt Itrtldene, Upper Malu 81. " ly M I.EE V. HUFFMAN," U II (J 13 o IV DJJNTIW STANFOItl), KY. Xia 'I'. HUNDRED ACRES wonl-hnui- l'Qu'j,.rU' "" '"""'""I U. . '"hen ro g It. tiuoko-houi- e, corn-cn- u, e, lenant-hout- e, one-thir- d xhonl-houa- ..1.. ofetih month, from tint Monday. !ental rooiut nokAKipn nniti, oter .McA'liler A llrlghl't, IHmii en.) AllncaiteMwowctkiofrach month from ttiird Mun.tar Hnlil.,M.u &i....-- .t Pro sign.) I'uraullroui oald gat adinlnliirrnl -Will tA In Hlanr..r.l Ion HTmjT MOIIOAN, 1). D ll. .iiiini,. 4S2-I- I OPERA HOUSE, STANFOIUI. KY. o W. P. WALTON. Hie of Utile, JOiM. - - Protiriotor. Stanford Female i:i(h roninltlaMli of Pirn. erjr Prating rapacity, Including gallery, llrawnahl rates to gout allraclTont. A.lIdrna at alaiT. &S9 ST.ASAPHHOTEL MhIii St., Nlitiifortl, Ky. JOHN DINWmpiE,PRO'H. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. 4v TERMS MODERATE. Baggage Traniferred Freo of Charge I baro recently taken cbarce of this housa u and intend to have firit-cla- accommodations. NEW ROUTE EAST, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Uotol Still Maintains its High Iloputation. AND WASHINGTON n It. fj SOLID TEAINS, Iti Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country From LOUISVILLE WASHINGTON, "! OQ S2S Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointment., or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. Uttiri.e w be esareied ta aa trtm ledet freearehtrgt. Sptrlal accoaaaodallaat to to ('onaaerrlal Traielert. Tk. II tr will k alwatt wllk Ike eholrtat hraadtof l.lqiort tad I'lgart. t.li.d long-draw- n W3L DAUGIIEltTY Hoccrttor lo Daughertj A Ilolraeo, NTAM'OUIN - - ICKNTIK'KY, Mam'racTUsars or Fine Carriages, Buggies, school-hous- Senate-republi- cans -- Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific tiiicie Railway. ti.a.i:bii.i:eji ET9 AND PHAETONS, employing oul, drit-cl.worliuen snd utlng only ant-clt- u luitrrltl.and tell at rr.aou.Ui Baurea-tty- le, worknitiiahlp tnd imlrrlilumild- - in 99 WAGONS "OF "AU. KINDS. U'at Irtallllfaalita. ... ... ..,...,,,. i.irlagr. oi an urtcriptloni, f a el. Illl r, Ul'lllllllliro '..'-. --- a KENTUCKY --THE MOST GEHTHAL nr raa IliailMIILE KOUTK R. B. T-O- ,..... ..., Itouls, alturdlng, aa It d,, Irttchaiigoiiud turor acniiiimodatluni to And decidedly tlio fopultr COAL! Miisouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, Tho North. Norlhwnl.nd Wett. In ftct, If ton uildalo a trip In my dlreillon. your lulrrrtt will l,o InlteMtd l.r purchailng your ticket! Tla k.aandCliielnnati. ITralst each wty 2; I'ull . iiian l'alilaitihl,gtut New Due Cohei,and hindtoiuely furnl.hca Reclining t'halr lirt lorui tho uuciualcd Kiuhiumtt uf thlt Old Iherahy making trip oter thl. I In. on Itellthlo. ol luiu. rloua comfort and pleaturo. Try It, TIMETAHLK. IN EFFECT MAY H, No. .. X 77-- tf - TAXES TAXES Illl. i Lr. ' g Arr. Ualiialoii. .. I.fe, lealugtou . . Arr. Wlninitler . 11 Ml.titerllog. " Ojntblaua... " I'trla... .. Iirliiglon.... ralinoutli 00 am 'i 49 am Vtl a io a iit 0 OS I'i 19 p u T 00 8 10 60 II i 7 IIMllu INIUI II " Huntington... NOETII, Aahlaud. p ill p ill w p in a jo p in a in P m M p ly, 7 VO p if a .. ill us p m I 10 p m 8 so p in li m ? lOptu' p in am I 4t . Nu.3. No. SS I 44 31 1 No. 9. BARGAINS. -- . I.T. Huntington.. " AthlauJ H If . ltlue-grss- s Con-gre- it: V'aliitniilli Arr. OorlimUin.'. No. IS Arr. Islington .i uic, IIIIUgtOU.- " l'arit. 11 llyuthlaua.... . Mt.bleillng Wlt,.l...,u ,. am 1 ui 2) a in au to p m 0 II a in 14 li hi TUIlii Oupiu 7 SO a ui SOp m a oo a hi to p m 10 05 a in 6 so am IS p m 11 45 a m tt.Oau Mllil OS a lo Mum llliu tf a0. Nfo,tIs4.v,w,f,v.:!siS,u'' MAYUVIU.K iiIVIhiiim, t,r. Arr. fti-I5Stm. :: Star-rout- No.UM.yllUUSop, linVSi u5.Ih5 ioT... Tralut No. 1 and 2 ruu dallyi all olhtra dtlly eicept Sunday. Hpecl.l IUI Eiulgranla. Fur ticket, rates tud Information rlalnTuglo lima couueitlona, Ao , call on or aildruaa C.IA8. 72-- 1 I. l.UOW,N.T,AK'f"4A- lJ. U""l"" I. EUlhON, (ieu'l Manager, mHmm YnrtKnnAY waa the first day ol the year, ft,(II.'! Jew-I'- ll I). W. Iloberlaam ' ydsbnrg. W. H. Win-te- rj Lockporl, K, P Ware; Jacksonville, G. STA3ST3TOIir, 3C-X-- . H k 4 1 i .Jtt- ,4 '51 lUelf a little too nnlch. A man will have Flemlngsbtirg, J. 8. Slmsj Tilton, W. to move out of town soon, to enjoy any of Shoesmlth; Hlllilwro, 11. H, Wightman; N. tOCAL TIME CARD. -- . Orangeburg, W. T. Ilenlon; Sharpsburg the luxuries or necessities of life, ,... S 10 A. M. I'sittngrr tralhi North.., and Hethel, W. II. IL Dilate; Owlngsville, " " Hoath Hlr.K Thktuain. have been fearfully out of H.C. Wright; Carlisle, C.J. Nugent! Ml. nruvr nun ecu, nut ringio uiie nan ar- Olivet, S. A. Day; Carlisle Circuit. O. II. LOCAL NOTICES. rived on time, whiln yesterday and day be Demaree; Shannon and Sardls, W, W. fnro they were nearly Iwo hour late. HuV Paints of IVnnr ft McAlInler. Spates; dermanlown, W. I). Power; Vance-burIlimllton Steel Plow t A. OirsltjrV J. F. Walker; Concord, W. W. Fayktti! County, a well as our own, Fine oil iiMntlng jul reccivt'l at Me ha a lady lor deputy county clerk. The Chamberlain, Washington, F. i. Pollitt; . KIhrr'h. ltolxrt" Mlllersbiirg Female College, d, T.tiouhl; Nkw stock of Jewelry and Hllmware il wife of the lato clerlt 'has Wen aworn In Nepton, A. Itwld; Morehead, To be over there. The regularly clectod circuit Penny A McAlliterV Ilook A Tract Agent, W. II. dodby. I!autirul llnee ol latest box stationery, clerk of Laurel county is a lady, IRVINE DWTRICT, at Mcltolwrb h StagR'a. ItlcilMomi A McF.Mirth'h Company, Presiding Elder, T. II, Cook; London, Bchool books ami school supplies tn owing to excursion and other drawbacks, J. A. Cay wood j Williamsburg, at MellolxrU A 81kk'. Mission, It, Lovkiu o( Clood Tea will find tlio licst played to a very light bouse Tuesday night. J, Nelson; Whllesburg and Harvard, To i one of the best troue we know of and In the city at l'enny A McAHsterY It jR.vr-3LOif3,ie- p be supplied; West Liberty, W. II Itigan Watoiieh, Clocks and Jewelry repaired it carries a bras band and orchestra that is and d, d. Itagan; Frenchburg Mission, M, PKAtan is and warranted by Penny A McAllster. hard to beat, T, Chandler; Barbourvllle Mission, T. 1'ai.i. lot of Zelgler'a Hlioc Juit recelr-n- t DRUGS, 1100KS, STATIONERY & FANCY AltTICLKS. J. T, llAiims, nt his Meat and Provis- Ilrunsty; Camp ton, V, II, Daugherty; Irand for Mle at J, I. A 8. 1 1 . Hliankt. Fbystclsns' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparation! a specialty. Country bacon, highest mar' ion Store, will open the Fish and Oyster vine, W. H, drlnstead; Btanton, W. W. Wanted. Wishes to Inform Us Atrons of Stanford sml tlclnlly thst he has received ket price Tn cash paid. McA lister A Ilrlght. market on the 21st Inst., and will cell dreen; Crab drchard, J. W. Brock. The conference meet next year at Vunr. Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In the tho best at reasonable price. He also of Goods, world, for aale only by McAllster A Ilrlnhi. sell ire and keejM tlm Commercial Hotel, You will find Hie best ricnt and where every body I treated right. Call LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ityle. Satisfaction guarWhich ho guarantees to make up in firit-ola- n nta cigar In town at Penny A McAli"-ler'and see. , 0, II: Singleton sold to Jamea Land 3 anteed, or no tale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. do to A. Owsley' for the Kentucky The onr.AT unreliability of negro ser- scrub heifers at .1 cent per lb, TIiIhIVow 9I1II, containing (lie Intent and drain Drill, the only reliable Drag Drill vant for household work ha caused a Bennett Cloyd sold to Joe Phillips, of shall first submit to this board n 'satisfsc In the market. to determine Lebanon, 21 medium number of our mult at tory certificate of qualification fiom some J, II, A IT. Shanks are receit Ing and to look elsewhere for help and do wlthoat I nnlnft a fine line of fall and winter good. negroes altogether. That and the promised $105.It. L. Salter bought of sundry parties well known educator, orlf no such certifi onAs Eircntor of James II. rsraoni, dee'd, to will the Nept., INS sell Call and we theni. cale i produced that they be examined by highest'.11 Itny nrFirm on whichJ,decedent the lildder, lbs I Hour, In now In Hill operation. and freshest candle and cold winter will bring the latter to their in this county a lofof broke mule at $125 Foil llie pureiit with For luiiiitifnciuiiiiK men mid Aeres of productive board of examiners to be designated by bent fruit', tropical and homo grown, al- stnse in a hurry. comfortable luiproTeraenta; lino 55 Acres ol Land Wo will Rrlnd Tor ctiHloiucrH, Tor (lie prcHcni, on Tiicnilny, Wcd to$lG5. the board." The trustee have at no time Ijlnjt near the above. These lands sro n a goal ways o to MeAlister A IlrlgblV. , Frldtiy and Saturday of each irecK, and on W.8. WIgham bought the farm of II. been officially Informed who are proposed neighborhood, conrenlent lo school!, churches, iiCHiluy, Thiii-Hrii- t Chicago, Louikvim.k A Stankomi It, -- c. I will alM sell at the same lime the following Cotirt-Dayand all other public ilitH.'Wc solicit a liberal Hlittre PERSONAL We have it from a gentleman who got E. Pace, near Moreland Station, this coun- a assistant teacher; nordo they now know, peraonsltyt IS barrels of Corn, sboul 49 buibtls It. Mare, or patronage nyd will endeavor (o give entire wiUsfactloii. of Wheat, 2 stacks or Ilsr, one . even in their unofficial capacity, except the 2.000 culHlilnles, 1 big l'low, I (Saddle, Ac. that tho Louisville South- ty, at $14 per acre. There are CI acre. Miss Maiiv Vaiinon haa Rone to D. C. Terhune, of Mercer county, knowledge derived from the publication Tkriis: The reraonaltr will bo sold on a credit ern It. It. is fully determined on and that Islington. of three months, with Interest on all amis urer 110: under that amount, cash. The land will be Mm. J, M. Haii, Anii lion arc t1sII-In- g it point of connection with the O. H. It It. bought a car load of yearling mule at above quoted. There are a few things con- sold for to bo raid cash; lha Hlghcrd chhIi price paid Tor Corn, will be at Danville for all point South, $74 per head, for shipment to Tennessee. nected with this Institution that need ven- In C and 12 months, equal remainder In Somerset. Installment!!, and to Al wayH on hand and for Hale. rate olC percent, Mill promptly attended to. J. N. Menefee sold hi farm of GO tilation, and if your published statement bear Interest at thewill be renulred of from dat. Wheat, Ac. OrdcrH left I). Cook, P. K. of the Irtlne thence on to Stanford for n connection Kr-T. Approred security purchaser with Knoxville and diverging roads. .Stan- acre, lying in the suburb of Hustonville, be altogether correct, thero are a few of the on llli real and personal, and a lien retained on MeAI-ISTJUDistrict, is town. & SAT-T-Ei-:. It the land lor the purchase money. Sale to take Mn. and Miu. J.H. HiHiiirawIllleiTe ford I going to be a big railroad centre a to K. II. Kldd, of Liberty, for $.1,000, cash. trustees who will not neglect that duty. place, on the premises. J, E. LYNX, Eiocutor. Tnmm:- -. Public sale of abort horn cattle, Oct. tolay for MTerat months' stay In Cincin- certain a the days go by. 1 Ith, by K.B.AE.P. Wood, and Col, Our information was not official, but we nati. UARRIADES. Mn. Amubkw WiitTi.r.r Montciomb-n0. II. Bochciter. For further particulars learn tint the faculty a given are on duty. bat taken charge of hli farm near Crab Ed. Mr. John II. ltout, on or J.H. Itout, and catalogue address them at Stanford. OF Orchard. and Mis Flora Powell, of the Hustonville The best sale of mule heard of waa HiVlVIC STOCK, AC. Rail Road Meeting. Chenault, neighborhood, weiit lo Cincinnati, Wednes- that of M. F. Arbucklc, list week. He JosxriiSr:vKiiAriar,F.'1.,of At a mas meeting of the citizen of Al- AND Robinson, dee'd, I AieiecLtor of Elder Hereiance A Co., I In Cincinnati, buying day and were married. Il was no eloe-men- t sold mule for $159 per head. len county, held at the e in will offer at Public SalJarob Lancaster, Ky., on In their fall Mock. and waa a matter more of conveni- The mule were extr- - good. Mondar. Sent. 2.1. (Count t court darl the remain ltichmond Scottaville, on Monday, Sept. 11th, 1882, der of the property, Bank Slock Ac., undevised lo Jno. II. Kousok, who for mi time ence than necessity. Herald. me neirs oi ueceutni, uno unggf mare; the following resolution wero adopted: 9 1 biifsjr and harneas; I ihare of stock lnilie tilta-fo-- baabtcn In btislnesa In IuIstIIIp, Is vlilt To buy a good combined Wanted A Lancuter turnpike; 20 shares stock In the Wiiekea", There are parties proposing DEATHS. ing leUtirc In thin Tlclnlly. and be to construct a railroad through Allen Ianllle, Dlx Hirer and Lancaitcr turnpike, 13 horse. Must go the running-walshares Ilnnk of Our Liberty letter of Tuesday told of young.. Don't wish any thing fancy in an- county, and whereas they seem to be earn-es- eaater and 113Stock In the National Danklies onIjn- Mm. Mahy W. IIowman and Mis acres of land. The land the v pushing forward the initiatory steps in norineiueoiauuimnieaiaieijr l, upon inepiKejeau-ln- ir Jiwie WlTlir.iwIefl Wednesday to attend the revere illness of Mrs. Mahala Has just received a Full Line of imal nr price. Apply at Inteihor Jour-NIrom Laneaiter to Col. J. li. Ilruce'a and ad- said work, and whereas it is the unanimother of den. Frank Wolford. She marriage of Mis Jennie IIowman, of the the office. J. 3. Itoblnaon, Col. J. mous desire of the people of Allen county, Joins J, V. lands of The land Is newlr sownII. Ilruce Beds, BuCook. In grass. ha since died. Her age was 00, Mercer county, to Mr. Camtll. Lexington Court 800 cattle on sale that said railroad be built, and that those and is serine ana nas an aounuanee oi nne uiuier upon Wash Mr. Itobert H. Lytle received a dis- with many leftover. Best commanding 5 who contemplate the building of said road It and will lie sold In two tracts as directed by our In addition to those whoe names we father In his will. gave In the lint of excursionists to Louis. patch ttatlng that Mr. Wm. D. Cooper cent per lb. Broke mule $100 to $150 should have all the facilities afforded them Tkbms Tho land will bo sold for cash the lit of January next, the remainder In C that are in our power Therefore be it Tille, the following should hare apcared : brother of Mr. A. M. Felsnd, died in per head. Good horses selling well at $10o &c. 12 months; equal Installments with Interest Jltsolwl, By the people of this county in and percent, per Davie annum from January 1st, 1883. county, on yesterday. He was to $140; common homes $25 to SCO. Mlwra Allle (iorer, Mamie lteailey, mas meeting assembled, that we declare ate liank Stock will be sold for cash: for Tho also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and well and favorably known In thi commuDiugherty, IHtIiI Klaaa. terms made known on day of sale. I The Islington race opened Monday that we are willing to donate to those denity. 1 Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. through this A. C. KOUINSO.V, Exa. iSiNCK ouu I.AKT Mis Pallle McOehee when John Henry captured the mile dash ; siring to construct a railroad Mejur. 1M. and Peter Csrter receive' incounty, the right of way, such as is usualOrders by telegraph promptly attended to. and the Mine Yarbrough of Como, Mi"., telligence Wednesday, of the death of their Monarch tho Viley, and Mis Woodford ly acquired by such companies for conCONDENSED TIME. accompanied by Mr. John Yarhrough, Mira the filly stakes, and on Tuesday Square struction of similar roads, and that we exbrother, Dr. T. X. Carter, at Conicanna, In I.lllle Shelton, of Tenn. and MIm May wintend to them our hearty Texas, of Ilrlght' Disease. He wax a na- Dance, LiuieS and Ascender were the Iluracker, of W. Va , hare arrived at the ners. Pike' Pride, Wallensee, Mendels- this enterprise. That these resolutions be LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE of this county, where be wa tive born published ia the Bowling dreen pipers, Gdlege. about CO year ago, but for the last .10 he sohn and Monty beat the favorites in every IntKriok JoUliMAl,, Columbia Spectator, contest. LOCAL MATTERS. Tennamttan and Cincinnati Euquirtr. has been a citizen of the Lone Star Slate. AILItOAU LINE. The HenM say that 400 eople atA. 8. Walker, E. II. Read, T. Manion, County Conviintion at 2 r. m. to mor- Three sons, the youngest about grown, tended the Madison Combination sale. Sear and J. C. Garrison. DEAtER IN Samuel row. TKAIN3 OOINO NORTH. survive him. Horse brought from $50 to $165; thorMascii t, 183i. Ex. Sun. MATWMKKanJ twill Ihnuel for iaciuci U. F. Brinkler & Co. RELIGIOUS. oughbred race mares, $110; jennets from S 00 a in ,, lllfhtnnnil,,,, at J. W. Hayden'a. In the Courier JounuTt description of the I,Te. Lancaster Itev. II, C. Morrison, the new Metho- $50 to $175; jacks, $50 to $200, short8 00 " " LI 7 10 " " lngston..... dist minister, will preach at 11 a. m. and 7 horns $60 to $100; Southdown rams drand parade, is the following about the AnotiikiI new line of Philadelphia fine 8 2J " " Crab Orchard .. brought from $0 to $15 and ewes from $5 hocse of our old friend, Frank Brinkley : BUnlord 9 10 " HOUSE SHOKN, 1IOICSK hllOE 2VAII.S, Shoe for tho ladle at Ilruce, Warren A p. M.Sunday next. m.... -.. 9 Si " " Shelbr attention was attracted by the disThe interest in itev. J. M. Bruce' to $12 50; one Cot wold buck sold for $10. "Much 9 S8 " DsnTille Juoction.... Coa 10 05 ' MItchellsburg-.....-.- .... meeting at Crab Orchard, grow daily. A Uock of common sheep told for $2 20. play of Brinkley & Co., whoso exhibit in " II 00 " Foil Kknt. The Jas, N. Dari A rough aggregate of the rale amounted tinware was one of the best in the ranks'. 12 10 pu " New llaien. .... Number of additions, 8.. 12 47 " Apply to It. K. ..... till January to a very complete display of Arr. Lebanon Junction. . After a somewhat lenghty vacation, to $C,500. This ia the first tale of the In addition 2 10 " " Cincinnati Junction .... busiHarrow. CORN " Loulnlllo " ..- -I 2 23 begin again hi kind ever held In Madison and waa a big all the principal goods sold in this Kcv. I. S. McElroy will , in which a ness, there was a Oun Shelby City corrvspondent write seige against the devil at 11 A. M. Sunday. success. TRAINS OOINO SOUTH. The Cattlo market in Cincinnati re- full corps of hand were engaged in the that be haa a sweet otito 22 inchea in At the Kentucky Christian Missionary c.'z. Sun. Makii 1, 1882. main unchanged : Common $1 7502 75, manufacture oT utensil of all kind. Each length and 0 pounds in weight. Convention in Mayaville over two hundred 8 SO a m EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELB WATER ELEVATORS, fair to medium, $33 75, good to choice operation which i necessary was admira Ltc, I)ulirllI....... were present. Tho first church 2 03 p in Ladies, call and examine the light run- delegare grades $10500, good to choice bly performed, and the ware manufactured Ltd. btsoford....., ...... 2M " . " Crab Orchard... . denomination wa established in butcher 4 10 " ning New Home Hewing Machine, the beat of the $l('f'4 50, gqod to choice heifer $1 25 on tho wagon was precisely as good in all Arr. LtTlngston .,........., Ltc, Lancaster ......... 2 60 " in 1823, The denomination cow in the world, for aale at Chenault, Beyer-anc- e Mayaville ......... 75, common to fair oxen $2 5004, good respect aa that which Is made in the regb-ls- r Arr. ltichmond. 50 " ndw numbers nearly COO churches, riO,000 04 A Co'. to choice $4 5005 50, atorkera and feeder workshops, and haa built up this enter QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE, member and 250 preachers in Kentucky. PULLMAN PALACE CABS 75. Hog are a shade lower, high-e- prising gentleman' business from nothing Tun winds hare been very high for the ittlow are the appointment of the ! 7504 price being $9 for extra shipper. From to an enormous size by the reliability ol To Memphis, Little ItocV, Mobile, Montgomery, last three daya and the dint ha 'been suf- Kentucky Conference M. E. Church, South : and that the figure run down to $7 for com- every thing that he turns out. Mr. Brink-le- y Emigrants to Tciaa New Orleans, of two routes: ficient to put out every eye in town. We hare their cholco COVINQTON DI8T1UCT. Tla Memphis or via New Orleans. Time much to mon. Sheep In fair demand, 2 came to this city from the mountains a Coniont, &c. Also so the wind don't never mind the weather quicker and rates lower than by any other Charlea Taylor, V. E. Covington : Scott stock ewe 2) to 4; stock wethers 3 to 4 few years ago, and has become established route. It Is also the blow. O. street, O.C. Kelly; Eleventh street, II. Lamb are In moderate demand at in our city as one of the most responsible QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST John Willouohdy, from up In the Henderson. Newport, J. O. A. Vaught; T. ceul. 4 to 5L business men In the community. He now excundon N. ltalston, Supernumerary. Highland, J. -went on the mountain, And tho- on Itouts to all points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, occupies one of the largest store-rootmllana. Iowa. Nebraska. Colorado. Arkansas. BOYLE COUNTY. and Invented ftSS In feeing the tiger. The E. Yright; Orson Long Supernumerary. Main street. Chicago, St. Louis and East. Of-IVUINOnly on change to 1IIT-T-G-U IFor further Information about tickets to the money did not belong to him and be I in a Augusta and Brooksiille, B. F. dossing, Danville. Notice I Notice I South, Ksnsas, Colorado, and emigrant ratea to Circuit Com t commences on Monday Powersvllle, O. B. Poage. Foster, J. C. fix indeed. V. 1. ATMOUC, Florida, addreta None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal Roofing, Gutter- The firm of d. Kline & Son, Lumber Men. I'ass. and Ticket Agt., Louisville, Ky, eijul- Hodman. Fal- - with twenty ordinary and twenty-fou- r P. ing, &c, done on short notice. Merchants, have no connection with the Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., Stanford, Ky. The Democrat have secured the Opera Minor.T. Alexauder, H.Cynthiana, J. A. ty appearances. F, Taliaferro. bankrupt "Cline,"but is one af the instituHouse for the Congressional Convention moth, T. M. JOHNSTON, Portraits of Mrs. Laughtry, the pro- tions of Louisville. For Doors, Sash, Henderson. Oddville, J. A. Sawyer. CanSalesmen. which meeta Lere on the 20th, and engaged WALKER Mo KINNEY, Blinds, Lumber and Hardware, write them GO EAHT! WEST I 8. S. Decring. Williamstown, 0. W fessional English beaty, adorn the shop GO a lira Hind. There' going to be some ton, I at Northwest corner of Eighteenth and GO Young. Stewartavltle, O. C. Overstreet; windows in Danville. Market streets, Louisville, Ky. fiin if thero is not a great deal of business Mr, Mont. Schoflen,the polite assistant Florence, Qeorge Froli : Q. N. Bufiingtou VIA LOUISVILLE Vr do. to Sujiernumerary, Warsaw, J. N. Current of A. S. Mcdrorty, the druggist, ha gone HETf AUTKUT1SK-K5T- 8. MANNING'S ILLUSTRATED STOCK-BOO- K and District Superintendent for American Bible to Louisville to attend tho school of PharFoil Safk Kkehno. Ell Boiling IL It la lit UUtt A Mil MnpltU wwfc tvf ImiiI U AmwU truitiff tf HrM. Ct(1, 1 rT hratr rectus Alex Hteelo were lodged In jail here Tues- Society, 0. 8. Savage. T. J. Todd, Profes- macy. 4 Ovtv 1,000 . 400 Ulu.H. cib f & MISSISSIPPI R. W. J khrcp, W., Utlr brli. Uvcdlbg. iica uiit mtiinuiiUm, irnpixmi. fit- fn4i. u imraurT m riUMn! II y pr.,iai, The funeral of Mr. E. Boyle Owsley, a Desirable Residence For Sale. r day by tho Sheriff of Clay. They are ( iwiMM, 4. wuiwisi Mini rrjrt, LirjaiiMiMisumvjtnr sir iuii vriic(ra main vrrmw aqnsiuirrttidtii, nqtiimu, sor of Hebrew in Vanderbilt University. aiumi wvimim ( os srnii bi laiinasii, a. till nn A HI worthy citizen of Louisville, took place indictment for the murder of a man Missionary to Cblna, 0. F. Held. Lexington, Mr business eomiiells here Wednesday, Mr, Owsley was former- Kv., consequently I willme to locate tn house sell prlvatelj-ianamed Strong, committed in that county LEXINOTON DliTIUOr. a 3 DAILY TKAINS where I now reside. As I want to buy a ly a citizen of Boyle county. on the 1st of September, and are held In 11. P. Walker, P. K. Lexington, F. W. Ixlnffton. I will etva a liarealn In this ! Mis Bedding, of Louisville, i visit-in- s proerlr. II not sold by Jan. 1st, ISM, It will be lor 52,000 ball each. Noland; Paris, I). A. Beardaley; Frankfort, 1 wiuaiso reniiuo Mr. J, C. Caldwell. Misses Annie and rem. Stewart for ISM. resnienconuwuccupiou U7 Address lue care J. A. L. ltoy TUB EAST AND NORTH. Mks Julia Hcnt'u opening In Montreal Morris Evans; Versailles and Nortonaville, Sarah Cecil, of Georgetown are visiting beasongood A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Freo Parlor Cars and Nw Pay Cuacbea Without was a signal failure, and owing to care, re- E. H. Pearce; Winchester, J. W. Mitchell MI 1. Mis Mary Theresa Worthlnglon. unangs. slie thought it best to Mt. Sterling, J. It. Deering; North Middle-towverse and our N.w Plan I Georvisiting Mis Owsley of Stanford, For thO MFBCHAUTon 4 4 J, W. Harris; Connersvile, It, Lan- gia Procter. Itev. E. M. dreen and family DAILY TRAINS close the season till cold weather, when she For tho MARKET GARDENER been better caster; New Columbus, D. T, Hudson She would have will For tho PRIVATE FAMILY have returned from Cape May. Mis Mat-ti- e fIN Till' Ulli TIAV IIP KElTEMDEIt. 1882 """ur own rnrnn CrOWIl by off pecuniarily had ahe been content to dcorgetown, S. 8. Pcntt; NlchoUsvllle, W, Duke haa returned from Missouri. Mis (County Court day) I wlllonVr for aula to the high- Iloud.ome lllu.trnled t'atuloguo and Itural ItrgUter l'ltl'U TO II, Anderson; Spearaville, 8. W. Peeples; Mattle Gentry haa returned from Lexing- osl ana uesi uiuuer, me ran- laivir uw. uj play the smaller town. ANUTHE WIST. Dr. J. Joidln. dee'd. situated oue mile HU.MI US YOUIt UUHl.MfeiS CAUDS FOK TUADU IJ8T. Mt. Ziou and Chapel, II. T. Kavanaugh; ton. Hon. A. d. Talbott and hi dougter, of Mt. Veruou.on the Crab Orchard road, and con- a Sleeping Cats and Day Coaches to St, lula With- I,CKN8itt to OitliKK. Sheriff Menefee taiulnKabout2MorS0(i Aiura, sua is ss goou ltuddel'a Mills, J. C. C. Newton. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA waterom vnsu. Mr, dianville Cecil, havu returned from Slo- t- Kaitu as there Is In His touuly, well Lxr , captured Craig Skldmore, who ia charged DANVIM.K DlSTIUCT. Atlantic City. Mr. Cecil's health baa ed, gcod orchard, Ac. J.J. JOl'MN, 2 DAILY TRAINS Mt. Vernon, Ky. 2 4 with forging tho license on which he marPresiding Elder, J, Hand; Ilarrodsburg; ried, at Kings Mountain 'nieaday and suc- W. T.ltowland; Danville, W. F. Taylor; somewhat Improved. iJUulsnlllo to ludlunapollii, Chicago, A Query. ceeded in reaching town with him, but Perryvillo, M. W. Hlner; Mackville, W. AMD THK NOKTH Next even then be managed to escape. Stanfouk, Kv., Beit. 14, 1832. E. Oibaon; Chaplain, J. W. Hughes; Law. Th Day Coaches aud IU'clluluii Chair Cars TbroUgk day, however, he came in and delivered renceburg, E. B. Head; Cautdeusvllle, J. Q liltlor Intirlor Jtumal. (larrsrd Circuit Court. W.II. Undrrwood, Ac, three .igantie Without Cbaugs. Iu your issue of the 12th Inst, the follow- I'lalntllti, vsJauiesJ. Wlluiot.dc. IXfls. case waa called a Us of diUltcd usan himself up. when hi eTsa lly vlrtuoofajud.utcut rrudered lalbsaboTS Itayan; HalvUa.d, D. Turner; Jessamine ing item appears: Hnltlmore, I'lillmlrl. and it ia styled action ty lbs (1 arr sid Circuit Court at IU For WiuliliiBto", continuance waa given till plilit. Hew York mid Uustoti, 11. F.Sedwick; Lancaster, J. It. Peeple '.. ...i vj.....i.i. rnwAKU CO August ttrui, 1881 lbs UDdsnd.ued Uoiniulssloiitr The College opened yesterday with thought some rich developments will bo door lulu, oiDsiDiBiLLAandthese. - nss: -Stanford, H. C. Morrison; ltichmond and odd scholars, a larger number than usual ofaald Court will at tut This Is tb Very lttst ltcute, as You Hsto No ourrtw-- .. . v v-fc-aii w' i-v Chaug of Train, rPOTASHco.".pulcu"'-'r.K.7V..- h. bad. lie deposited $100 aa bail for hi aji. Providence, 8. X. Hall; College Hill, L. on the first day, lleslde the principal, town of Laucaiter, Kjr.,a . ..... .ul.l the faculty it composed of H'rance. MONDAY, KEPT. 35, 18S, Mr. Trueheart, n U on. rawly I). Shaw; Somerset, J. II. Williams; '"", elandular sy.toui. relUM. Mia Addle Puruell. Mlsa Alma Holinan, llaic Tkrough Day Coacatsoa 111 Tralasl to nublla sals to tbo (Cuiiilr Mission to be supplied by H. II, Santbey locreav, Stkam. The Increased v,ork for our ",hir Mia Bryant, Mrs.M. It, Tlmberlake, Mis Lllhett Piinrt Datl. onioaa followongslrscU of is at S. sours of all ,f ,, aud best bidder lb Have No Midnight Change I S,lfv lb blood - lontBtti,m,, . presses Wis for some time demanded that dusky; Eubank. Mission, to be supplied by Mary Myers, Miss Florence Uueheart and laud: .. ... .p r..;, vi.rtuJerauw. ..1st. A tract ol land Id Garrard Couutr. Ky.. Arrlf al 81. Uuls t Hoars la Jti!iate of we ahall apply other motive power than W. B. Vaught; Liberty Mission, to bo sup- 1'roL W, K. Jennings, all of whom have de.fuUy T "' nVv,,cduola4ythatlocKSofacU!.lI.TINr It. ltlier diolutus: tb, lauds of J. V Cook, Jauirs Olbf r Maes, Ihcrtby securing uior tlui lor n, arrived. Igoratss we have been using. We have therefore plied by B, F. Johnson; Buroalde Uuundc, aud was the uma owud by Jaa. WIN -'tb bad blooJ, an- waiting Chang of cars aud getting first cholc mot at tba "it Jure .nd clean. and fresh. Ills TSC edtcuai Will you oblige the Board of Trustees of 1 rood sod time ol bis death, coutalulug 116 acrrs, purchased an engine which will be put in to be supplied, tncarsofeouuecllog Hues. tl lles. &i ol seats the College referred to by informing them, 2ud, Two tracts of laud la Lincoln Couut J, Ky,, UHKUIYVILLK D18TIUCT. place in a few daya and then the p..ut d vrfA'TSn".r.u,;r-rctt-- r trout tb tract abors tusu by 1)k arr w jm a Presiding Elder, It. Hlner; Shelbyvllle, if not Inconsistent with your duty a a Jour slanted Us sold Ulrcr aud coutalu 10 acrrs aud will be thrown tloued, lo as ous Inteiuoii Jooknai. To Indlsnaiiolls sud Chicago, and tb only lfalUuirofllio Ilolr, aud ..-- -. owusd by Shelby Circuit, J. J. uallst, from what source you obtained the C ikjIm aud waa tb saw On each Jaa. Wlluiot rid along lluaghlng lis atrons is UcrforBw;iiiuKi" oir at a livelier rate than at present. Our E.L. Southgate; oftbe abort allballuioof blsdralb. MvIthtlU and tb i bore ol Lako Michigan. Information thus published 7 Tho Trus utntlousd trscta Is a comfortable dwtllfuK bouw facilities for Job Work, which at present Johnson; Simpsonville, J. J. lteeves; aud all BMMsary outbulldlujis, orchards c, aud crcul Mii W. F. Vaughn; Campbellsburg, tees themselves were kept, by the Principal both dacrs sludldly IcurvX country, will are epual to any office in the CllVCtt. Fur Tickets, Rates, Time, Ms, Ac, silly to igiKKMS. osi win uo uiauoouairooiioioauai y C. M. Humphrey; Miltou, T. W. Barker of the College, In a state of complete be largely Increased and we would resicct-fulluoutbs, purcbasor to iecut bond with srocd Tlrbrt AhcuIh of CouurclliiK Lines), or address iwarioi ayaui to call the attention of any one needing Bedford, D. II, Merrlmau; Owentou, II. H. norance of those whom Die Principal de- security , tiar annum in uourr, of sala o r cent H. N. HUDWN, 8oulbrn lVsscuger Agt.. from day uatii'K tb lntr.t rj. K. Cor. 4th and Mslu bis., U.ullllU, Ky. any clasa of printing from a card to a f ulj Kaveuaiigh, Bloomfield, T. J. Mclntyre; signed to employ, notwithstanding the con- fort aud nwt of a Judfiusut on wbicb siwutlou W. It bllATJW. lusy Issuo. IVauuluu fur tMdloir uuriunos flvca W. W. I'BAIM)lV, aheet poster, that we do the best of work at Carrollton, T. J. dodbey; Eminence, W. T tract of lease provide ''that all assistant Uuu, Buiit., tUn.fass.Agl.i of sal. II, v, I'oimy ItroAllMlur, Halo In Htaiirurtl M. C, U. C. C Cincinnati, 71 Yd' Poy liter; Newcastle, 8, W.Bpeer, Lagrange teacher proposed to be employed by her the lowrst pouible price. & Friday Morning Septombor 15, (lo to J. W. Ilayden for Muscalaire Il lloswell. XAY8VII.T.E IHHTniOT. Chamois skin glove In black and tan, Pre.Idmg Elder, J. W. Fitchj Maysvlle, Tm: IIoahii op Health I spreading M. I). Iteynods; Miltersburg, I), II. Cooper; 1882 INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! 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 M tup-pile- me. 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 Respectfully, 110BT. S. LYTLE. Ren-er- H. G. - Mi:iIHANX TAIJ.OU, Stock RUPLEY, PENNY ipia: Kentucky, Fall and Winter & McALISTER , Stanford, a. A Splendid a. UWDMS WMA MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY H VI a house-keep- EXECUTOR'S SALE! nd, Itseml-ofliclall- Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c, at one-thi- td EXECUTOR'S SALE LAM), B. K. WEAREN. XJJXKEJITIXEJK,, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Court-hous- nl bsaicEE m wwmmmwm k tl Wol-fon- AI. Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap d Wil-Ha- reaus, Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, there-lualnd- 77-- 1 w If MICs Cii .... ..M. Shelf Hardware, Iron, Cltr-....-.-- ..... store-hour- e, lt. Lebanon.........,.. .......... .... Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, SHELLERS, work-shop- Straw Cutters. Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, .............. ......... ..... st StoveSsTinware. Fruit Jars Gri'ocei'ieSa Salt, Xtime, IIVBU 4; THE CHAMPION STEEL, PLOW, 11W. NOllTII TT-- ANTfErr7NT!I., 1 un-de- 01 it. -, -- tLMmm a a Jf-- ,, Louisville to Cinciiumti FARM for SALE. north-wa- SEEDS SEEDS ty LnnurtLiiio r "r"l"'a SEEDS XaOiiisvillo to Nt. I-ou- i.s SEEDS a COMKSSALE Court-liou- sSfe AA,. ro. thrVJ uj. fc r...T;v,o . Cain-tow- l&fwo : Mis-Io- If 'oJ r!c m,''L;"!r "" 'r; irlty .,... da., !" -.-- ?r.. cz:o t y - Semi-Week- 1- 1 Hi e, m ol uB,vorB. r. fu " "IPVQP &VSZl m itaurrnan, For ly t .52 r""S-"'-- I tini-MtcIi- lii nf crtorJIournal A Otntleman Who Obrjred a Scriptural In junction. KIT. Friday Morning, Soptember What tho 15, 1882 Gnat Southern Editor Sat ef Sellt Brothirs' Short. Wo are not nccnstomeil to look to chief of great .newsptho cditora-iaper, or upon tho gravo and weighty political pago which they exclusively edit, for amusement criticisms, and certainly the wildest aspirations of tho boldest manager never would havo betrayed him into seeking for such recognition from such a sourco in tho and, least Louisville Courier-Journal- , of all, from tho influential pen of its great editor. But when it comes to n really good circus, lion. Henry liko tho rest of us, is very human, and we like him the better and respect him tho moro that he is so, and hot ashamed to acknowlcdgo in a hearty and manly way, while, enough to extend the encouragement of his influential personal recognition to genuine merit iu Ho visited tho arena, as elsewhere. Sells Brothers' Shows at Louisville last fail, when it was not near ao grand, novel and elegant as now, and hero is, word for word, what ho was editorially delighted into saying of it, niter his city editor had dovoted a column to praising it in another pago of the paper: "Tho attendance at tho two after noon and two niclit exhibitions of Sells Brothers' Shows was so remarka bio as to bo entitled to a special men tion. Not less than from fivo to eight thousand persons wero present at each performance. Tho perfectness of the arrangements nnd tho admirable order preserved wero also quite as remarka ble as tho attendance. Tiio show is n first class one, and, nlthough the man agers mako largo promises, they abun dantly fulfill them. Tho entertain merits gave thorough satisfaction. The on ita tour circus starts through Kentucky nnd Tennessee, and in the readers of tho Courier-Journtho'plnces it visits will havonn oppor tiiuitv of seoincr tho best nnd most completo show in tho world." This great amusement enterprise, which, sinco tho abovu was written, has been consolidated with fivo other ex hibitions, owned by tho Sells Brothers, and to which ha3 been added a num ber of raro nnd costly attractions im ported during tho winter of 1881-8- 2, will exhibit at Stanford on Friday, September 22. Wat-Icrso- "Parson Nicholas," said tho judge, you nro charged with ft very grave oironeo. Last night, so tho tostimony shows, you entered Calvin's houso nnd heat tho old man unmercifully. Look at him as ho fits hero. Is not his con dition enough to oxcito pity ? nren't you ashamed to havo so brutally beat en an old man? "Jcdgo, in corso do unfortmiato gentleman's lamo condition 'cites my sympathy, an' I'so sorry dat I put my hand on him wid sich sudden 'termi nation, but I hit him, jedgo, in do heat ob passion." "Tho evidenco shows that you had not scon tho old man thrco days previous to tho assault, and that you struck him beforo ho had timo to ut ter a word. Then, sir, how could you havo committed tho assault in the heat of passion?" "Jedge, I'se a man ob cuis organ ization, nnd dar may bo times when I might bo influenced to tell a lie, but on sich a solemn 'caeion asdis, I al'lers tells do truth. Threo days aforo I hit dis unfortunate cen'leman. ho called mo n liar. I didn't pay no 'tention ter it at do timo, but nrtcr I .went homo it Borter bothered me. Dat night when I went ter bed, I was git-ti- n mad. Do naixt day I get hotter an' hotter, an' do day followin I got snortin mad. Dat nieht I flew into a passion, sarched idt de unfortunate gem man an' tit him. I obeyed do ecriptur in dis arrangement, jedge, an I doan seo why I should bo fined." "Obey tho scripture? How, sir?" "Ef I'll show yor jedge, will yer let mo go about my business?" "Yes." The Vicksburg boy can stand up any other boy in the world against an accusation. Tho other day when a Vicksburg mother discovered sugar on the pantry shelf, she called her boy and said: i'Sonie one has been stealinc tho sunarl" "Is it possible?" ho exclaimed, rolling up his eyes in astonishment. '.'Yes it is possible, and the thief is not fur away, either." "Ain't he? Do you suspect father?" "No; I don't." Couldn't bo tho cat, could it?" he enquired, glancing under the table in search of tho fell no. "Cat's don't eat sugar, young manl" "They don't?" "No, sir; the thief is a boy about witli your-age.- " '"He is, eh? I'd fust liko to catch him in hero once." "If tho .sugar is disturbed again," she said, as sho covered tho box, "I know of a boy who'll get his jacket dusted." "That's bully! I wiih you'd let me stay out of school so's to eco you catch and maul him." (fXriiTho went out to devour tho other, lumps. . I j t Tho Signal Service has recently given notico that it will send out warnings of frosts to tho tobacco growing districts during the next two months, and suggests that the warnings received at telegraphic stations be disseminated promptly and widely by parties receiving them. This is an important undertaking, and ono which,, it skilfully conducted, will enable, tobacco growers to save much of their crop often ruined by the first autumuai frosts. The frosts which aro injurious to tobacco are never by merely local weather formed (changes, 'but are tho effect of -- cold Rvuves" which slowly sweep from the ffextremo Northwest Southeastward! tfivcrthe Atlautlc States. manded from them u pledge to with yiehToNCansas for 1882 draw from membership ou pain of U'he wheat is .iO.UUU.UUU una tho corn crop is es dismissal. The boys refused, a test Qimated at 150,000,000 to 190,000,000 case was tumlo in court, and tho stuI ho astonishing agricultu- dents were upheld ou tho grouud that bushels. ral development mid progrcu oi the the faculty hud assumed unwarrantaStntb during tho past thirteen years is ble authority. It is said that the facShown jii tho fact that in 18G0 Kan ulty will take tho caso into tho U. S. 2,800,000 bushels of Sjpreme Court. dratted-b- ut fheaTaud-4.000,00bushels of com. We notice one thing it takes a coal-carn- "Do scriptur tells us to bo slow to anger, an' it jest took mo three days A School Boy's AccomplishTHREE GREAT CIRCUS RINGS CONSTANTLY USED. to git angry." school at six is a fact," replied tho judge, ments. A boy enters "That One Hundred .Superior and .Startling AdM nt Krrrj Performance I "and you can go about your business." and attends five hours a day ten months in the year tor eight years. It would Take at least 10 Hours to give Performance in a Single Ring. "Thnnk'eosah!" At the end of that timo, if ho has "But your business just nt present Two Hundred Perform en Appear Daily-Mo- ro than in any Fivo other is to break rocks. Sergeant, provide been ablo to keep up witii the procesShowi, chief among whom nro tho Hero Honeman, sion, he will have read in fivo reading me unioriunnio gentleman with a 3MTJRL. books (not counting unnecessary hammer." changes), ascertained a few of the "Dar, I kuowed yer'd spilo it. A difficulties of English orthography, ! white man nebcr kpows when to 8 top completed most of an ordinary school talkin. No wonder de rooster crowed arithmetic, learned n littlo grammar Th Woil.l.Vni-iiil.hlBfpnlih tMwlrlm Arkansaw Traveler. and geography, a very littlo about Thcro is a gentlemau in our city composition, committed nnd recited a ! who takes ono of our daily papers few selections of prose or verse, and Haul. Tito proprietors camo to him will have acquired a poor handwriTIioho ViipaniHclcfl ParlHlaii .Miikiicim, to get him to subscribe for it, and this ting. These aro the solids of his 'ed! gentleman agreed to take ono if they ucation. Chicago Herald. . would not print any thing on it. It A wise economy will probably be Tho Unlvorsally Ronownod comes to him regularly, and he keeps practiced by Western farmers in res-it on file and will pay for it with puncI this fall. In- CLA-IROUS- T pect to the corn tilious exactness. It enjoys some stead of getting cropof it all at tbo rid Mrtiwr The llrllllant great advantages. It never tells him low prices offered while the supply is a lie, or speaks unkindly or unjustly abundant, theywill store a quantity of nny body. The gentleman can as a reserve in case of a poor crop look over it at breakfast without havThe Japtnrte Mmtl next year. In 1880 tho farmers ing his serenity and equanimity dis! cleaned out their corn crop at twenty- turbed by the repulsive evidences of because cents a bushel. Last winter, Tlio nonck-Mm of lljule trimming that characterize so many of the drouth of 1881, they had .to DE3C ! XT DFt DR. papers. Altogether wo would say 2D cents a pay from fifty to seventy-fi- ve -. v4l liiV IIt. rM that the good moral effect of such a mi Tlfiiliiv Plitifiv rintrnu IjijI Iiv I'lnlvlnv Kjtl bushel for the same corn for food for paper was fully up to the average. is a prospect that their cattle. There NOrtlKEtSAUIYr Lexington Press. - uar m am . .intern. Mr '.. "u uw n n. friJiii k i ni 2 this year's crop will bo so large that it ii rif am Including High Tom Ward, who leapt over 14 Elephants. A superior remedy for sore throat is will be more profitable to hold part The Kninoui llemtjr on retiring to rest, to rob on tho out- of it. side a little volatile liniment, and Tho. first likeness ever successfully -swallow slowly a few drops of paregor- obtained in this country by the vtTK Known ai the FLYIKCI KAIKV. who Kile Aeruu the AuilltofUiu.OTrr200frL ic, letting it di3solvo in the saliva and WmitnMt Hlie Film like a tllrJ. Dla8l process was taken by the late ta 100 Feet Into Ibe Net, Juui 73 twl rullculailjr lulu Ibe Alr.ctc. flTMwiJL2i &fW r UL.'TfV 'f7iv mt JrHvr:ttX. spread along down the inflamed parts. Prof. J. W. Draper in the autumn of Ui L IKkr rymmm'Hf. RD vW jmMjlx The liniment is generally sufficient 1839. His camera was a cigar box in And more other Siar PciTornierx than Iu l?lvc ordinary Itli; NIiouk; Nevcii heautirul l'crforiniuj;NtallloiiH,a herd oI'nIx I'vrTormliit: C'oL alone. Volatile liniment is simply a which was placed a spectacle lens. orado Cattle, Kducatvd CllrnliVn and ZebriiH and the only Performing Hippopotami. mixture of sweet oil and aqua ammo- During the next winter a small galleIHIT7-TV These ry was opened, and somo notable nia (called liquid hartshorn). 3f v. WTMthT'" tlMltf Tl ll aJll W lUtfl In tho Monacorio. which Is tho LARGEST ON EARTH, and are put into a vial and shaken, using pictures were taken. Prof. Morse, Embraces moro Raro Animals than all othor Shows combin such proportion t as. to forma XI fr od, and actually moro than in any Zoological Gardon in EUwho invented the telegraph, succeedROPE OR AMERICA, may bo found tho only pair of full-grow- n soap. An ounce or two can be ed Piof. Draper tho next winter, and LIVING HIPPOPOTAMI, a pair of TOWERING LIVgot cheaply at tho druggist's ; and, from this small beginning tho art of ING GIRAFFES, a nair of WOOLLY ELEPHANTS, tho first --r- g- - " wPs-Mb- i if tightly corked, it will keep for photography grew. FIVE-TOovor soon, a TWO-HORNERHINOCEROS, months. Bub it on with the fingers. If you aro full of affection and FOUB GIANT OCEAN 8EA LYONS, a Hord or FOURTEEN IITJGE ELEThis is also good for soreness ot the your voice proclaims it. If you PHANTS, SIXTEEN AKADIAN CAMELS, TWO OIIESTBD CAMELS. tho chest or joints, or for lameness, stiff llrat ovor soon. SNOW. WHITE DUPPALO. AFRICAN ELANDS. N YLO. are full of honesty, strength and Cages filled with tho Finost Collootlou of Carnivorous nnd Horbivorous An nAU, POLAR BEARS, and llfty-oigmonstor Iron-Doun- d neck, etc. your voice proclaims it. If yon imola ovor soon.anywhoro. A Philadelphian Btole n ton of coal aro cold and calm and firm and consistthat had been dumped on tho side- ent, or fickle and foolish and decep walk. When the man who owned tion, your voice will bo equally truth The Largest Number of Oars Ivor Used by any Bailroad to Transport It. Threo n Locomotives Used to Haul It. homo ho swept up the telling. You canndt change you voico the ! G1CF.AT NOLO dust and two or threo lumps left on from a natural to an unnatural tono tho sidewalk, toted it into tho cellar without its being known that you aro KralbaTHANRCKNIlENTLY IlKAUTIFUl 1I1CH, (lOIUlEOlH. HTAUTLfNO, WUNUBUI'UL l'AUADM A VlUillUtOVVRn TIIIAI. WAVK OFHl'I.KNDOll. iiitro.lmlii flt lUn.U ot Miulr. wl C"K' KroallioliU'liarlola. fourtnrn liuga Klephanla Inrujral livmlng,, AIIKrplTalilMU cf f'oliiiuMa an.l l.cr Vwtt of llrauijr, I nln.lii tin j V. ''.i s ." and remarked: "I've stood tho short- - doing so. alull, llU In lVyJtMlAAltS0.1HSi' liacka llmutirul la.lr. Ail lilliVA, lliixe Aquarium Ura. a,lullil 1 Ijouu-a- TliaWautlful -outT IiI (lie alrtcla: TaleMoiw ClurluliIn forty frt lilli,rarrliiK nmr fei.ulljiii.t IVOJIK.X'JX rvlilfMlltlutr larva , I drawn....- In a ItVlOlC l.U'liDaitt. ailU UUOn Ita I. ..r l..l.: llla ILwtkli tlvlisrllnv rr.il. ...( l'.i.i.l k'nUlit. ..l.lillMr imuir. bii.1 1.. weight swindling of that coal dealer (raw! ara ciowJrd, k.IkU flow, tnrra than ertr bn lforn.I tli worth a liuujrcj mile Jourucr lii k. lUcunlonaouall rallriuda'at tinntlr Alt armui-ioj. for a JojfuiluWIrp. l'ru.ire Health foh tjiij Whibtlino Idi- work iuinjiaii.la tlrnna (!al lljjr for so mo years, and haven't comot. Let any ono try for fivo miu-- u plained, but by tho fleas that bothered tea the inhaling and exhaling of tho Cerberus, this is just n littlo too breath as occurs iu tho act of whistmuch of a shortagu. I'm dono dealling, and the effect on tho luugs and ing with him from this timo out." chest can not fail to lie noticed. A The faculty of Purduo college, in daily practice of this kiud would be InIndiana, decided that tho Greek letter of moro benefit than all tho patent spirators and chest expanders iu the societies wiolded nn evil influence Phrenological Journal. over the students, and accordingly de market. A Hartlen Dfurl. "Shall you mist me, aifkcirt?" Georgo W. Siwpsom was going away, faraway to tho trackless soli tudes of St. Louis, and when ho had told Daphno McCarthy of his intended journey tho girl had spoken not a word, but lain her head gently on his shoulder nnd wept as if her heart was breaking. But when he asked ho tho question with which this chapter opens, tho little, head, with its coronal of fleecy brown hair had risen slowly, and tho pansy-browoyes of tho girl had looked Into his and gleamed with tho holy light of a love that could never die. "Shall I niss you?" she cried despairingly. "Ah, yes, sorely enough. But you can not undersand this. No raau can feel tho loss of kisses and lovo words as a woman can, nor hato wakeful nights, and the the gray dawns that come with no promiso of strong arms and a loving heartland words of courage; and the windy sunsets (hat die away on a day that has held no beauty or brightness. No man can feel sho deadly hunger in time of famino that n woman feels when love that always beckons and allures her is out of reach of her longing hands and loving lips." "But I shall not bo gono so very long, darling," whispered George, "and I have told the candy man to let you havo whatovcr you want on my account." "You have done this," asks the girl, putting her dimpled arms around his neck. "Yes," was tho reply "Then," said Daphne, tho wistful look gone from her face, "you can not start too soon." Chicago Tribune. n slow-creep- ing STANFORD, FRIDAY, SEPT. 22. NO CHANGE OF DATE I WO DISAPPOINTMENT ! Tho Beit and most Complete Show in tho World. Courier-Journal. THE XJIGGKSX OF As Superior to nny Show AXJLi J5M I AND THE ONLY BIO 8HOW COMING THIS YEAH SHOWS ! ! ! that hws ovor AUUMF.XTF.I) AXI Exhibited Horo as an Electric Light Is to KNl'llKUil) TO SIX TIM H.N ITS I'OItMKU NI7.K! n Tallow Candlo Pronounced by Press and Public to bo tho Finest Tented Exhibition on tho Face of the Globe JS.CB1H1LS tsr ENORMOUS nsro-- RAILROAD w BROTHERS' SI2C- - SHOWS I f 3 -- Oft xjisriTEDD i A STUPENDOUS UNION! CulwlnMlm In Hi (imllnvl AttnMlom AMERICA'S LEADING EXHIBITIONS. ('uimillJillrif tli t n IIiIJkI utij Untbrltlfol Fmlurra of Six Big Circuses ! AXIl Six Big Itfluseuxns! Aquariums Six Bigoittu Six Big Tents, .AJLl foi One 3Fx'iooor3Lca.riaisslo3aL. ? i Sis Big SrlenagcrJLcs! n.ii CHARLES it FISH SIGNORITA ADELAIDE CORDONA THE FRENCH FAMILY DAVENE JLJSTJD WASSIITGTOIT TROUPE 3t SIGK DON JERONIMO BELL! 33 X, LITTLE AXiLBIGnT H 33 !- AiJi ci fl n FIFTY IOUKI,E rjKAlKK.S.ri. i Da-guer- Lottie D a."5t:m:.a-:r, FJr En Ttml r.v. VJ semi-liqui- d ii wrii3fl,v JLJLjmmfiw Afjfc 4ak6caiBraH.?'..ss. 7& 'JV 7IM nr N pre-tens- pur-pes- o, ht THREE IMMENSE lOO RAILROAD 30-To. -rwluu-lmte- TRAINS, f FXVE KAJVJtt OF MU8IC ""f MtWICIANN IK the 01tJHi:.STKA. ri." r, 1. I 0 A debtor who was sued by his creditor acknowledged that ho had borrowed the monoy, but declared that tho plaintiff knew at the time that it was n Kathleen Mavournecnloau. "A Kathleon Mavournoon loau," repeated the court with a puzilod look. "That's it, judge; ono of tho 'it may be for years and it may bo forover sort." The now postal money order hill ety rich tuau to appreciate the blesthem Solomon was promises to bo a measure of real conTclvcSr. by kicking at marks. One of sings of poverty. n?lo loVw!r"?ilB"fiUMVf Vol fthetn, whiio trying to kick tho gable worth about 875,000 when he said : venience to the public. Orders for a Umtil fallroaj tralnr, yu will bo IIJ fur Ibe Journey. good natno is to bo chosen r&ther sum less than (5 will cost 3 cents, and tsJ tu luiwcuw "A COk HIJJII, IVH !" 111 OH 01 H " Burlington the service is oxtended bo as to raiso m.iHfliioirKx!iiwtNA.n liacfWd'Croko her turn. Tho barn than great riches." tho limit of orders from 850 to 8100. Ilawkeyo. was not injured. P Lyon' county girls amuse WHBH SfiisIrS B OVOSBB' ftt Bm Sim V"H ln S110WS COMK J ""' r4,M,ct,, 0 ?J. all WlVgT. Uble.; Iu your Ufa. KablblUona at tl uwaltiouri. AJwIulou tbawmoaa urJInary aliowi ihtrKf.DoHtllliiUiiainic It la all raJr, II.. tout biloif IU auuU, tuualua. wlv.a, U.ugl,ttra,awll.,irl., Urya au4 all. If you ae. uolbfuv but tU I,,,,ni1 ,,M '';i".