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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 19, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882091901_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 19, 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. fiemt" Halt VOLUME X.-NUM- Jg nfefiif jMfiiaL 19, 1882. BER 510. Some Big Things. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER The Hani Shell Baplitl. Making a Pateenger "Oil." NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 79. jSniutcchfolnlcriorouriml Cnltrtalmng Cemoanj. Tlio thrco biggest railroad kings V. II. Vnndcrbilt, Jay Gould, and IV. P. WALTON, - Editor nnd Proprietor Russell Sago. T. H. WALTON, Master Warner, of Atlantic, Iowa, - Business Manager Is not yet I years old, but ho weighs I'nlilliliril Tursilutm Mini Irlitav, nearly 100 pounds. Tho biggest fraiidtho fraud by which lluthcrford B. Hayes was put in tho Whito House. ( Shameful failure of Justice. Tho biggest royal ' cater sinco tho Tho result of tho atnr roulo trinl In death of tho Emperor Mnxiininus is a scandalous fitiluro of jtutico woll Cctywnyo, Kia of tho Zulus. Ho calculated to nrouso popular indlgna ato thirteen pounds of steak for a lion everywhere Thnt tlio pnlilla dinner. treasury has 1con rot'iucd In tlio most Probably tho biggest feet nro thoso shameful manner, that It wan rohlxxl of n Chicago girl named LizzioMerU. foryenrs ami of untold turns of mon- ,'J'hoy nro said to mciisuro 10 inches ey by n ring of plundcrors, Is n nolo' each. It is reported -- that sho onco riona tact. If tho men who havo just kicked n young man,and fractured lccu trleil for theso frauds nro not his spino. If thoy aro Fortress Monroo is tho largest singuilty nobody is guilty. not to Iw punished nobody can 1ms. gle fortification in tho world. It has punished? already cost tho Government over Hut tho evidence against them is 53,000,000. Tho water battery is overwhelming. For two months tho considered ona of tho finest military prosecution piled proofn upon proofs works in the world. of their guilt. Against this mass of Mr. Joseph Maker, of Lancaster, ovidenco tho jolliers mado virtually no 1'a., has a tomato that measures 17 reply from tho witness stand. For inches in circumference, GJ inches in tho sako of nppcaranco their lawyer diameter, ami weighs 2 pounds. went through tho form of calling n Four tomatoes very nearly as largo as fow witnesses to testify to irrelevant this one havo grown on tho Bamo matters, but this pretense could not stalk, mid tho united weight of tho Ixj kept up long, and soon thcro wai fivo Is 10 pounds. Thoy aro of the nu utter collapse of the dofonse in tho l'aterson variety. mutter of ovidenco. Their fuiluro on Tho largest crupiro in tho world is legal points wns not less complete. that of Great Britain, comprising They wcro utterly routed by tho expotquaro miles, inoro than a sition of tho IaW made by tho Court, sixth part of tho land of' tho globe, whoso chargo soemed to leave tho jury and embracing under its rule nearly no honest cseapo front u verdict ' of a sixth part of tho population of tho conviction. world. In territorial extent tho The falluro of tho jury lo convict United States ranks third, containing Ilrady and Stephen Y. Dorsey is n Hil.no IJ3ll A.NNITM. JfisV I4 square miles, including Alaska; in population it ranks fourth find-inwith ila 50,000,000 people. Russia Miner and Henlell guilty is so ranks second, 8,352,040 square miles. mid inconsistent as to seem The Chinese wall is tho largest wall Incapabla of explanation on any lion in tlio world. It was built by tho est theory. Of oil tho conspiratprs first The Governor of the District of Kmperor, of tho Tain dynasty, Freefress. arraigned Ilrady and Dorsey wcro tho about 220 U, Mexico has issued a circular remindC, as a protection A negro woman was testifying in a grcuicat oflenden , tho most deserving and publishers of the law against Tartars. It traverses tho Tennessee court, when she was inter- ing printers those whoso ac of punishment, and which makes it obligatory for them to northern boundary of China, and is rupted by the Judge, who asked, "Do lllllUII WOUK1 IIUVO M1U IIIU9. 11IIOI.U.UI J.pMTriM nvnr thn Inchest hills, throne h of tho editor or author ' na .. lipnil -- . you not know you aro lying?" "Yes, insert the name . ous effects. Ilrady ...w tlin .. .. nil. . , . uuu . rivers and at the end of every article or writing uic wccirvav vi.iiujo, sir," she replied. Sho was asked a tho conspiracy and Dorsey OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. every other natural obstacle. Its number of other questions, but gave published, with the understanding that tho chief in tho l'ostoffico Ilrady was length is 1,250 miles. Including a infractors of this law will suffer If cmuruccH Staple and Fancy GroeericN, Patent anil Family no answer, and the Judgo ordered her the Department and "Dorsey tho central parapet of 5 feet, tho total height of imprisonbe removed from tho court room. the penalty of ono month's to As Second Assistant Flour, Meal, Bacon and Lard, Tobacco and Clgara, Wood-e- n, figuro outsido. tlio wall is 20 feet, thickness at the ment or a fine of from ten to one hunReducing Bank Caittal. The It was then discovered that she was Postmaster General Ilrady had full Willow and Tinware, Glmw and QueciiHware. Canned ba$o 25 feet, and at the top 15 feet. dred dollars. Nassau Bank, New York, has reduced paralyzed, and incapable of uttering a control of tho star routo service. Dor Towers GooiIh ot all kinds a Hpccially. Jtciiicniher the place, uThc or bastions occur at intervals Some ono has discovered that alco-hits capita! from $1,000,000 to $500,-OO- word. She died a few days afterward, sey was Senator of the United States 100 yards. of nbout Corner HLorc." equal to that made from grain can Half tho capital had been in- and tbo belief is prevalent among tho and a member of tho Senate Postal negro population of the neighborhood bo produced from acorns. Acorns are been conspicuTo now prain inborn ami or any ordinary land najtrtparalion it needed tchert Am implement Committee. Ho has Wmmi: mGor the lea There vested in real estate. Tbo cashier drive into thejield and go to work feeding. ous in the republican councils, a mem- was a party .of gentlemen the other said to a' reporter: "Wo foand that that her death was a visitation from good food for hogs, but convert them it uied; iiinjjy into whisky and they wont touch it ber of the National Republican Com day on n traiawon ono of tho roads the dividend on 6ur cash capital of God in punishment of her perjury. TDE3CE5 kind wont. that is, the inittee, intimato with republican lead comini! into Nashville, and nono of $500,000 was being reduced by 2 per Croup, it is said, can be cured in ers and mado himself freo enough i the party being strictly temperance cent, to pay tho city and Government one minute, and the remedy is simply Detroit Post and Tribuue. . .1 .1 ,.l.i:. l.u!,lin ntont (,." men, one of the crowd suggested n taxes on $500,000 worth of real es. IHIMSU. VIVt.fr Willi U1U (Vuuill.au alum and sugar. Tho way to accom It takes eight hundred Another wanted to know tate, so we havo sold tho real estate plish the deed is to tako a knife or Three First-Clas- s write him impudent, hypocritical lot- - drink. Implements Combined in One.1. . roses to make a tablespoonful of per tern on political honesty und morality. where to get it, All seemed willing, and of course savo our 2 per cent. grater, and shave off in small particles fume, whilst a shilling's worth of Making the left and cheapest implement erer produced, An iufytanent tliat it inditpenaallt in Without tho co operation of Ilrady but tho day was warm, very warm. We have been paying a 6 per cent, about a tcaspoonful of alum; then cooked onions will scent a neighbor tvery crvpcvltitxited. government could not havo been At last tho fourth man iu tho party dividend to our stockholders and now mix it with twice its amount of sugar, hood. tho pluwlored by tho star routo thieves; said ho bad a buttle of fino "cock-tail,- " can pay 8 per cent." to make it palatable, and administer CHUBCU M1UCTOUT. tho conspiracy could not havo exist- - which ho would furnish if anybody passed a it as quickly as possible Almost in The Louisiana Legislature ed. Without tho official aid and po would get ice. A fellow passeugcr re will follow. TVrETUODIST.BOUTH. 1UY. J. S. 8ms, bill appropriating 8250,000 to sup- stantaneous relief HertlcMeTerySundiTinornlnn.DJuleht. litical iniluencoof Dorsey tho combi- - marked bo would do that if they would Prayer Meeting. TbunJir night. BuuJ.y School port the public schools of New OrParson : "I wish to complain, Mrs t S.00 A. u. J. . tSltni, superintendent. The could not have succeeded so share with him. lie left tho car and nation leans,' ' By a mistake of an enrolling Biggins, of the conduct of yourdaugh-te- r Woinw't MluIoDur Society meet litre on the lit Buudty In eacu month, &t 3 o'clock. Mil, T. T. long nor flourished so oxtensively.' came back wjlb.1 plenty,i which was clerk, the amount was changed to it DiTleaa, 1'reiMent. at the Sunday-schoo- l Tho government now has a plalu duly used. As a matter of couise. in J. W. 8550, Tho bill was signed and pro was rude to the extreme." Mrs. D.: BAPTIST. Ukv. FourthBiuc'i I'Mtor. Strike Sundiyi, morning idJ and and imperative duty to perform, nnd a short timo another drink wus pro- night. Prayer Meeting erery Wednesday aftermulgated nnd tho Legislature ad- - "Ah, it Is what they teaches her at noon. Sunday School at S.M l. M. It. K. Barrow is to bring thoso men to trial posed and tho Ice man kindly requestthat journed- - leforo the mistake was dis- - that theer board school; yesterday Superintendent. again without delay. This is demand- ed to furnish that necessary urticlo to Wdrahlp br lbs congregation coverd. Thcro will havo to bo an ex- sho came homo and she says: 'Mother, CUHISTIAN. day. Preaching by Vr, J. W. Cox ed byjustice nnd tho public, welfare a cock-tnibut with' his mouth waon Flnt and Third Lord'a diji. Sunday School session to tectify tho mistake, or thoy aro a teaching of me vulgar at S.15. Job. Sererance, Superintendent. Sulky Harrow and Seeder. Tl.e Albion Neither tho ndmiuistrntiou, which tering for a djfink, - every look ono of tra 8. For leu money (Aun rvoiiimi toollam a grain drill, trAicAeun only be vlilixed in one crop,-th'tho city schools will havo to remain fraxions.' "What can you expex af- PnKSBYTEltlAN. SOUTHlter. I. John W. School at 9.30. has (already shpwn so much earnoitd longing, ho said: "Gentlemen, I want iri'tf put in all Hindi o tmall grain in the (fry lot manner i imjleinent can be had, Itout.buperlnwiidenU Union Prayer Meeting on closed for tho rest Ot tho year. ter that sir?" leu time and Kith lea labor than the beat grain drill tnade. ness in this matter, nor tho republican the drink, and I could furnish tho ice, Wednesday nlghtl. s Elgin watch facThe party can afford to let tho matter drop but I am afriim if I Take any moro off During the month of August there trial has been long tho corpse it will spoil." To sny that were shipped from Now York 0,589, tory now employs 1.G10 persons, and STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, here. Tho present and costly. Tho next may Iw mado tho crowd felt sick feebly expresses it, 272 bushels of graiu, in 100 vessels of expects to increase the. uumbecof opDEPOT ST., 8TANF0UP, KY., Uuf, and when they found that tho ico was twelve different nations. Not ono of eratives to 2,000. Its pay roll is shorter and less exponsive. U.W1NE, thousand dollars per whateyer jlm, time, labor or pxpeuso from n corpso thoy did not swear men- tho shins floated tho United States nearly sixty-fi- ve " to Chicago DKaLK!X necessary, another trial must ho bad tally but openly- !month. Its shipments flag, If our Govcrnmout can demol Monuments. and tho plunderers brought to justico. of other powers by reach nearly six hundred watches iah tho navies lleaditonee, A Quickly Uuu.t House. Tho flrini Tableli, Ac. Such scandalous frauds as thoso that a few statutes at them as com daily. Marble Work by tho star routo incrcaso of population in Manitoba pletoly as alio has thus destroyed hcj havo beqn committed 01 all kluda It was youth of modest purso, said neatly execuhas stimulated ditV inveutivo geniuses thieves nro a menaco to republican ted and aatli- own shipping iutcrost, there is no use soft unto a maid : "Which would you of the Dominion to coutrivo houses action guargovcrnmout itiolf. N. Y. Horald. tho insignificaut rather tackle next, ico cream or lemonanteed. of her maintaining 1'oilUuu oCToelu and Later while at work. that may bo porlabio and quickly put The il by detaching die Sealer you Irve IM bat Harrow in the uvrld, one thiU uill do mure vork Across tho maiden's rosy IrvrttieigWSriJggt-- -. ade?" Hkbk. A now pro up. A bouse, for a hotel or boarding navy she has. JT WiM going otvr the ground than an trdinary harrout vrtlt tn a doten, beiiden doing the iork ed on application. Some of the newspapers throughout cheek fast flits n winning smile; "I'll fuller and with more cite. cess of preserving meat has been in- establishment, has been put up at troduced in England, lit which, in- Winnipeg, over 100 feet long, two tho country are speculating as to what ordor some of both," she said. Lord RICHMOND stead of steeping tho carcass iu an an- stories high, ami divided into apart- tho Turill Commission does when it help the young man's pile. tho preservative chemical, ments Buflicicnt to accommodato 250 goes into "executive session." Sinco tiseptic, A greater uumber of miles (1,27-1borucio actd, is iutroducod Into tho live guests. Tho foundation was laid on a that body was iu Louisville, "let's go of railroad wero constructed during animal, und by the action ot the heart Tuesday, and tho houso was complet- into executivo session" is auotlfor way August than ever beforo iu ouo month I baro rerently opened In Illchiiioud a Urge and I'lanlng Jill, and am prepared to lurnlih of wording an invitation which tho is sent through tho blood vessels and ed on tho Thursday following. 300 more than tn July, ino esti- complete oi erery ama prohibitionist would feel it his duty to mated construction for the year is every part of the body. capillaries into 0 The Jaw of Now York' provides that decline. Courier. Journal. Tho animal is first stunned, whereBUILDERS' MATERIAL! miles. possessor of any dog that upon the loft jugular vein Is laid bare and tho owner or - IKCLUDINq Tho Philadelphia JruW A'ws g sheep or lamb Mauy Boston bakers, It is said the fluid injected, after which it takes shall kill or wound auy I'loorliiK, of such suma up the roault of tho Guitoitu to high price of lard, aro using WcaiHurlHiardliiKi about two minutes for It to go thrqugh shall bo liable4for tho value f Doorn, NumIi, IlllndH, T.hJIih, lamb tothe owner thereof, post mortem as follows : "Thero is iu cotton Seed oil iu its place. Lard costs Meat sheep or tho whole vascular system. Pualllvn of Teetb and Lcrer while not In uae. no reason from 13 to 13J cents per pound; cot- notico to tho owner tho microscopic rovelattoui NIiIiikIcm. Moulding! Ntali-waj- w, After phntinr your crop, by leuioung three teeth you can thoroughly pulterttt the toil, ruAnulV treated in this way can bo preserved without proviug for changing the opinion which wo atridittroytUvxetUintvrovevf corn at a lime, a thing that wether cultivator Kill do. oil, 8j cents. for or possessor of such dog, or knowledgo Ac. at ordinary mmiocr temperature, At irtl ttated. here it an iuinleuieat that can be tunl t nrry crop ciMn'oled and one that it ex by him, that his dog was malicious or originally expressed, that Guiteau, an turmerlfcoukeand ee it, gel a auwti ran U fivo or six weeks. Ai I Mil Surroundings do not wicm to mar bought at price! tuch u the ibora artlilfi whole-aa- celled in uone by any other imjJcinent;durabte and titnple. o abnormal character, justly suflored mint your vivney, In !uiitllle, Clntlnnill.or other disposed to kill sheep. pie und try it. 1 it doet not da vhat we citiwur it, we do to youi kiss iu bouaea, I ant aura I ran wile it f tho ponalty of tho law for tho high the enjoyment of lovers. A A good mail was onco tempted by tm I ui tu palruuli Iwiua luttltutloni, GEO. D. WEAREN, Agant, Stanfert.. Ky. a cemetery is just as sweet as ono in a alwa praiUial A Pennsylvania paper says: "Iu crime he had committed." tho Devil to commit one ot tho thrco R. II. VWA.RES, Agt., llichnoml, Ay, jr. L. WJTIIMtS, Ait.,lMncutcr. Ky. N. Y. Com. Adv. seminary. moth' Great llcml tlioro, is an ordinunco UllKKN A mUJAMH,Aqt, lliutoniille, Ky. treat sins cither to murder his Nashville, Tenn., has an organizaHon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I haHcultiiuled my crop of corn thit town w'uh the er, to.dcuy and blaspheme his God, or which allows the owners of gardens to tion known as "Tho Natal Twin Thero aro 12,158 newspapers pub am prepared to furuliu detlgui aud eatluiaUs Albion Combined Culiitator, lTanow ami Seeder (md can nay uithouthetitaihn tluU U it the bat which pays 82,000 to each lished iu the United States and tbo Andbuilding! aud all Unit of arroll work. As tho least of tho kill und cat chickens belonging to got drunk. to for Van pluu) tea, acre ( corn a day with all rate. It diMtt hairomurcultiiMtorlhaitettreeen. That I am dolug bo mull builuuat, can ba Judgthreo bechoso to got drunk. Satan neighbors, when tlioV'trespass upon momber producing a certificate of the Cunadas. Total iu tho UnttodSlates, ed froiu tin fact that lay bank account ruui from tiark uerfectlii. and lean eltecrfully rrevMmcnd it to mj 'farmer friends Thai 11, Muiitgouiery. "This atemity of a pair of twin babies. 11,522; Cauadas, 030. II.50UIO i.UWpr week. loft him well pleased at bis choice, for their crounds?'" nnd' 'adds: Contracting aud bulldlug done promptly and at S 'Jl ute gtain vith thii Settler no ei'tra haiul in K'utWJ to clean it torn fllh ui thu it all done llilng price. Addrvee alas I whllo drunk be committed both is tho only gamo luw wo over know to To provision is made for triplets or by the di ivtt without Mapping or getting off hi teat. trial cost 8200,000. Thq Star-rout', H. NTAfrttKU, higher. lie rigidly enlorcod. Exchange tho other aim. rnost shameful defeat of justice. disagreement on these mon while IU g 3,080,2-1- ... ..-... ' Tho old timo hard shell llaptist pieacnor js gradually going to that Irani 0 from which the fowest number of travelers return. His day has gono and he is now lingering in tho twilight. Weeds and bushes hive grown up around his old log church. The lean hog and the woods calf inhabit it at night nnd in rainy weather, but tho human voico is not heard within ill walls, save when a travoler slops, looks in and makes an exclamation of wonder. Tho now church, over tho hill, is now tho placo of worship, and the old man who wore blue jeans leggings and rodo tho old whito horse docs not feel at homo there. Tho bones of tho bono bleach on tho hillside hhd the blue leggings have been used to keep tho backhand from hurting tho plow mule. Tho old hard shell Baptist was a strong man In his day, but he could not keep up with religious advancement. He believed that his church was foretold by John tho llaptist and that all changes wcro inroads on tho faith. His idea was to fight tho dovil. If ho met n man who had the dovil in him, and tho dovil showed a disposition to make himself manifest ho considered it his duty to "clinch" with tho man, merely to "get in" a few licks at tho devil. He did not believo in nipping tho dovil nrourul tho stump, but stood high and struck over. His great boast was that he never rubbed his back against a collego wall, To him, a man educated for the ministry was a of tho server of tho flesh Lord. Preachers should not bo paid. Paul and Peter, did not demand money, still if you ofler the old timo Baptist a few dollars lie would accept the ofler. He did not believo in missionary work. God would move the heathen in his otjn good time. He did not bejievo in getting drunk, yet ho would take his whisky without going behind the door. Church scandal was unknown to him.- - God would not call a bad mnn to preach. But his days aro gone, and his old book has been changed. His adherents bemoan tho sinfulness of the world, but tho old man, bowed ,over and tottering has nothing to say. He is awaiting his Arkansaw Traveler. second call. peace in tho interior of Michigan had a caso beforo him some days ago in which tho defendant, who had been arrested as a suspicious character, and plead guilty to vagrancy, was sent to tho Dotroit House of Correction for six months. A constahlo took him in chargo to deliver him here, and, as the man scorned rather pleased at tho idea of securing board and lodging for six months, ho was not handcuffed. As the train was about ready to go the constablo moved across tho islo to talk politics with a friend, and pretty soon they wero havWhen tho ing it hot and heavy. conductor catno in for tickets ho held out his hand to tho prisoner, and tho latter shook his head and replied : A justice of the pay fare." "Aha I You don't, eh J Well, now Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of you pay or git I" "I wont pay I" "Then you'll git I" When wo slow up at tho crossing you jump off. If I ' Consisting of find you on the train after wo pass there III give you a bounce that you wont forget." AND In two minutes tho train began nnd tho prisoner walked to tho door and picked a soft spot nnd dropAlso, a Nico Iiino of ped off. When the train had made another railo the conductor held out & his hand to tho constablo and received I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to bo two tickets. sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamlno. "Who is tho extra ono for?" he Let Tnc Gobpei. Seat be Soft. TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. , asked. Somo people are fond of objecting to "For the. prisoner over there." cushioned churches, and intimating "What prisoner?" that thoso who resort to them for the 1" "Why, that fel hearing the Gospel, want Then thero was raving and gnash- purpose of to be "carried to tho skies on flowery ing of teeth and hurrying up and down, STOOK of WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY beds of ease." The objection is an TheLARGEST but it was no use. AND HIXiYEKWAllE "Sorry," said the conductor as he unfair one. Theatres have cushioned seats, and so do street cars, and it is Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and passed along; but when a passenger Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. seldom that we hear people disturbing says he wont pay fare on my train I themselves about the luxury and give him tho drdf. Tho only thing Philadelphia of either. that surprises me was to sco how willTimes. Detroit ingly he obeyed orders." "I don't Tho whole philosophy of hospitality is summed up by Emerson In the following : "I pray you, O excellent wifo not Incumber yourself nnd mo to got a rich dinner for this man or this woman who tins alighted at our gate, nor a bed chamber made ready nt too great a cost. Theso things, if they aro curious in, they can get for a dollar at the village But let this stranger see, If he will, in your looks, in your accent and behavior, your heart and earnestness, your thought and will, what he can not buy nt any price, nt nny village or city, and which ho may well travel fifty miles and dino sparingly and work hard in order to behold. Certainly let tho board be spread and tho bed bo dressed for tho traveler, but let not the emphasis ot hospitality be in these things. Honor to tho houso where they are simple to tho verge of hardship, so that tho intellect is awake and sees tho laws of the uni verso, the soul worships truth and love, honor and courtesy flow into all deeds." Ono of tho greatest comforts of having a homo should be that in it we have a placo for friends nnd oven strangers rooms, moro than supply tho needs of the family, and extra "leaves" to the extension table. The secret of true hospitality, as Emerson has stated, is in its coming from the heart. M'ROBERTS&STAGG Opora Houso Block, UrtiKft, Stanford, Ky., WillCM, ClicuiirttlM, 1'HlntH, Wall Paper. Hooks, Ollm I.u III px, Stationery, MonpH, Perfumery, liimtorx, , fJIgHI-N- MuMenl IiiMiriimciilH, ToltneeoH, rocket Firo ArniK, Cuttlery, Mitclilim IVccUIch. Onr Jewelry, Sllrcrwarc and Optical (looils Department Is In Charge of Col. Tlios. Illcharuft, who will Itcpnlr Watches and CIocks Promptly and In the best . style. E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUR3STISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS PENNY arjE!,WDE3IJE.r5.S. & McALISTJfiR, ' IMIfe teMffeit St. Asapli Block, Stanford. oi four-legge- d HARROW, CULTIVATOR &' SEEDER. ALBIOKT 4- full-blow- n -- l, Spring-Too- th world-famou- ' SKi.F-BAi.Tir- ' ) PLANING MILLS! 10,-50- bw-lu- -- tou-seo- ""rtSS9-- - le Asso-sociatio- ARCHITECT, o Thr over. Eptian-war- - is praeJcally Araii Boy and, tbijarjer por and STANFOBD, ICY. tion oi bis army are prtsoncn,awi uniro Chairman Democratic County ComTaesday Morning, September 19, 1882 JOHN T. 1IKX1INS, PKOPKIKTOH, mittee. After electing Mr. Tomlinson permanent Chairman, and W, C Whenitt, EDITOR Vf. P. WALTON, Secretary, the following preambles and resA rlRST - CLASS HOTEL olution we're presented and psssob" every rartlenltr, The fslronsie ol ths puUte In WitF.nRAs, The Democracy of Garrard solicit!, sml Mtltfsetlon iurjn(.t. tTHKjfctv York Sim which is pro county In Convention assembled, approve sumed to speak nuthoritatlrcly snys of of the call for a District Convention to be held at Stanford, Lincoln county, on ths "He hng withdrawn Mr.lTiMen'. 20th init.. (Wednesday), to nominate a frsractiro puttuiU, whether political randldate for Congress to represent the 8th Al Administrator oHhfUI of Uwli R.Joncit ho is not a candidate or n urc tit win, on or other; District; And Whehras, the ontlook, Indicates that there will be but one name maker of candidates; thcro is no place to the Convention, that of Hon, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1882, presented for which ho would cither accept a stout l. B, Thompson, Jr, whose nomination At the Isle mliWnroof stdecedent, suction tomil' puMio WeitortHinfonl.Mll ths will lie enthusiastically endorsed throughnomication himself or dictato a nomhighest ol out the district that will Inspire confidence, eonilitlmt'l.l.tcr, thsrool rrortrolit Jeee.tnl, of about SUHttersl tran in. I for any other man; there is T ination ' sums, lOCslfm, lSTsoo-- l n.I Hellert. 1 secure harmony and accord, that will reJ sult In a brilliant and glorious victory at Colls, I jfsrllnir Hull, shout i oft, Aof Msrrs,In no oflico which ho desires or would lr olliruks Mules, a lints lot llsy the November election that will thrill the Uck, about M sens of Corn, too huihsls el Whett, consent to receive; and, though ho is Democracy throughout the StateTherefore, SNlrolrooJ Kilrlxnki Block Scslr. Fsrmlns HoawhoM snl Kllchsn us firmly devoted to democratic truths JiWmf, That the Garrard Democracy lure, tksms: rorsllniiiiorilDSDliniler, Kurol- esih; cordially endorse the Congressional record oter lht sraotiDt, a einllt of three months on as ever, he docs not entertain any of Hon. P. U. Thompson, and hereby pledge not with fool security negntlsbl sail pafsbl In o llsnk, with prlvlleitsor psjrlnf ondsy otitis. wish '16 shape the policy or to to him the undivided support of the JIINK1-I- I Cnll'llT. Adhs. of Garrard at the pending Novemthe standard bearers of the ber election, and recommend him to the is reported from Washington party to whose success a largo part of party throughout the district as worthy of SMALL FA11M FOR SALE. that Arthur is constantly haunted by their support and confidence. his life has been dovotcd. Jfctomt, That the following named perlilting motM to NlcfaolanUI-tin politics k that of a presentiment that bo will not live.to I will ll frl sons be appointed delegates to represent Tsurij my rirnis conuimng auoui the end of his terra. Ho wont if be the county of Gsrrard in the Convention, philosopher, who views a iTtfient and they are hereby instructed to voto as a ONE iromthe repose of hk library and his don't atop running around in steamers unit for P. B, Thompson, Jr. M. Htegln-bothaWalker-- J. garden the stirring cob teat in which belonging to the government and at Paint Lick-- Ed. like, tbotit 3S milt Tho Bryantavllle J. C, from IJintllle. grass 'Uceli In a food stste of Alternate. BOYLE COUNTT. he was formerly wont to frame tho is the government's expense. Ho had a In except slout thsl to Bryant B. F. Robinson, Alternate. Buc- go In mull grtlo. Tin houw Is In JOSfrei; ilr sml good rf closo call aboard tho Despatch the Dannlle. sues, to head tho onset, and to cheer keyeSteve Hill Curtis Pierce, Alternate. conuins 7 rooms, aito psnirj, ciiiern alflowr--i- l, doorj County Court and the beginning of Lancaster, Court house Precinct B. M, st ths new Tho paper also other day but managed to Ret 6ff of most lentnt- Burdctt C. W. 8weeney, Alternate. On fruit ol over? description ss houie, Ac, snd ss nddsthat it is too soon to write Mr. her and make tho ahoro iu safety, Circuit Court i, S. Mlller-- R. II. Tomlln-son- , sny one wsnit: sppies, pesrs, pescues. piuini, Last night Logan Powell ran against a grapes, Almost lay thing you insr Alternate. Tilden's political history, but when it whero a friendly express wagon took ealllor. l'lentr of stock water, fnalclitor school-"bunch of fives" belonging to a railroad During the tessloq II. C. Kauflman pre- houio, ous utUefroiii Mackiiultti shop, two miles is written it will develop ono of the him up and carried him to tho near- nigger. Logan's jaw was badly lacerated lilstreulngty water sented the following resolution which wss fromdorters. mill, IS years niterhealthy fl .lice for paid doctors est town. Our advjco to you, Chct, and several teeth were In ths grande.it over known. knocked out bills. I refer lou to Mesa. T. M. I.IIIirJ, II. M passed: is to stay at home, attend to your buMnnsr. W, ll.tlentrr; also tam JohaJoti, wlut The funeral of Mr. Jacob G. Owsley, plsce, and Thouiai MetraW, Klantord. JJrsoiW, That we, the Democracy of Tun ridiculous farce, called by siness and you will livo to die anntur-a- l who diej at Stanford took (dace here this Garrard county In Convention assembled, lUrsonths Mtrri'Ai.r, Addms joiin Nlcholnrlllo, Ky. courtesy a trial of the Star Route C7 morning and was largely attended. The do most heartily endorse our ., death.; after1 costing tho government thieve man, Hon. M. H. Owsley, as a candidate last of a happy family has gone in Jake. for Governor of Kentucky, and recommend Col. Tiios. L. Jones is out in a 9200,000 and resulting in tho convicThe friends of Mr. J. Wesley Durham him as such to the democratic party of College. tion of two clerks who did not get card denying that he has ever defend- have a strong purpose to bring him forward Kentucky. NTANFOItl, KY. enough' of" the steal to buy a hung ed tho administration of Gov. Black- as a candidate to represent this county In There being no further business the burn. Ho says ho has not said one the next Legislature. The fact that Mr. meeting adjourned. jury in their cases, has terminated in With a Full Corps of Teachers, Durham has been spoken of so early shows Judgo Wylio setting osido the absurd word about it and don't see what Laurel Count Democrac. will open Luke's term has to do with tho ono ho that he will have a strong following. At a meeting of the democracy of the This Inatltntlon Mondsy In Its Thirteenth Bowlon verdict and admitting tho defendants Keptember neiU on ths Id Alexander Barton, of this place, should is seeking nftcr. Neither do wo and to bail until tho caso shall bo called put himself in communication with Oscar county of Laurel, held at the ICth day of ALL THE BHANC1IFJ OP A again in December. Dickson, the wo are glad to set tho Col. aright. Wilde without delay and ask that bis name In the town of London, on the select be placed high on the list of nsthetics; and September, 18S2, for the purpose of ,pf the iury, who has gained foreman The bigger tho thief and tho'moro THOROUGH ENGUSHCOURSE Because Alex has raised the boss ing delegates to attend the district convensome noteriety by rcospn of bis brazen faced the swindler, tho better why? tion to be held at Stanford, on the 20th Are tanght, at wall u flower. Heshowed your correspondent virtue, which he has indus- tho republicans seem to like a man. sun Inst., for the purpose of nominating a can one on Saturday that was three feet seven MUBIC. TUB IiANdUACJEO. DllAW. triously advertised since it They havo just INO AND PAINTING. Georgo incherf in circumference and sixteen inches didate for Congress in the Eighth Congres sional district of Kentucky, General Jarvis that ho was bribed, was a henchman M Robeson for Congress in tho First in diameter and which weighed 4 lbs. Jackson was chosen Chairman and John of the famous ''Boss" Shepherd who New Jersey District. The democracy of Boyle, county met in Pitman Secretary. solemn conclave at the In Tuition, prices rang from 125 to 30 In tb on Sat ran the city of Washington some IM; Pitocron Knott's solemn phiz is urday and were called to order by Mr. W. The object of the meeting having lcen regular IVpurtuenta, and Collegiate, Intermedials SoO, in debt and although a demo by the Chairman, on motion, a MO; rreparatojy, IM, appearing in a number of tho county J. Lyle, Chairman of the county commitee, explained bidding of the crat always did tho of five was appointed, vit: Judge For full particulars, ss to Board, it., address weeklies, and Judgo Owsley had bet who stated the object of the meeting to be committee Smith Young,-Joh- HKM. H. O. TKUKIIKAKT, PrlPclpnl, "boss" in the halcyon days the appointment of delegate to the Con Granville Pearl, J. A. Crafl, V- 1 '.L Stanford. Lincoln Go.,Kt. .1 ter sit for a photograph at once. " rio P. Landrum and T. J. Pitman to oi repuoncnnism in me .uismci ui ters" go a long ways with some people, gressional convention to be held at Stan- draw up and present resolutions in accorColumbia. If Dorsey and Brady ford on Wednesday, tho 20th Inst. Organ- of the meeting, who, iiation was perfected by the election of dance with tlii object had been given the selection of the NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, after consultation, presented the following : Capt. R. D. Logan as Chairman and Alex foreman of the jury that tried them Failures lint week. 108. Hoclttd, That we approve the time and Anderson Secretary, The Chair appointed ! cf holding said convention and The Bank of England haa Increased IU theyj would jin all probability have Thomas Mcltoberts, J. Wesley Durham, filace united efforts to secure the election rate of discount from four to fire per cent, taken Dickson. Harding, T. C. Armstrong, Dr. M. of the nominee. Jmle'N, 1 Beiil, father of the Judge Itobt. Kesolnd, That we instruct onr delegates D. Logan, Dr. J. B. Bowling and all other Miss Sarah Brown, of Kansas, OHIO of the Superior Court dropped dead in hia to cast the vote of Laurel county for the CHESAPEAKE good democrats delegates to the convention is a correct example of how her sex Office in Hon. Phil. B. Thompson, knowing him to Owlnsirille, Friday. who were, on motion, instructed to to cast be a true and tried democrat and one In wo'uld 'act'if"they were allowed to THE ONLY LINE ItU.N.Nl.VM Major Butterworthhas been nominated Boyle county for Hon. Phil B. whose ability, Integrity and earnest advoralDglo'niucif in matters political, wo for Congress In the First Cincinnati Dis the vote of cacy of democratic principles we have utThompson, Jr., for Representative from the fear-themost faith. would change their politics trict and Amor Smith, Jr., 'In the Second 8th Congressional district. J&soinuf, That we commend as magnini-mou- s District. WITH Tho lady as .often a their dresses. Some time yesterday, when they should and patriotic the course pursued by Twenty-twnew cases of yellow fever withdrawing Pullman have been at church or Sunday-schooHon. James B. McCreary in referred to was nominated lost year and one death In Brownsville Sleeping Coaches 1 and ten new In this contest as their candidate cases In Pentacola and no deaths is Sun- three negro b6ys, Jim Cnstar, Sid Carr and from the yielding for Coneressto Hon. Phil. by the democrats and the field by John Berkley broke into the for1 Superintendent of Public InstrucB. Thompson. day's report. piling up store boxes in the rear of the Etmlvtd, That the following persons be A man named Darts drew a pistol on tion, and with tho rest of tho ticket building and climbing through the tran- appointed delegates to raid convention, vii: his wife in Huntsvllle, Ala., and talked To got overwhelmingly beaten, This som. They obtained a little change, and A. L. Reid, John C Jackson, Wm. H. ycar.slie turns up as a candidate for about shooting. His wife drew a pistol and sone mutilated and copper coins. They Jackson. Gen. Jarvis Jackson, John Pit T11HOUOH THE ' man. Smith Young, Judge Granville Pearl, rasacked the work bench and drawers of John P. Landrum, R. M. Jackson, W. H. County Superintendent on the repub- killed him instantly. Win. E. Wiley, the only son of Bishop Mr. Fred Yeiser, who has a window in the Martin, J. A. Craft, Jonathan McNeill, W. Grandest Scenery In America! lican ticket. She evidently is deter- Wiley, was burned to death at the oil in search of watches and jew- W. Watkins, P. N. Tye and all good mined! to have an office, no matter warehouse of bis brother, Charles Coffin, Connecting direct In I'rnn. Depot for of the county who may attend the elry, but obtained nothing of value. When convention. how small it is or how often she has on East Second street, Cincinnati, last arrested they had quite a number of keys lUtolitd. That the iNTEnion Journal Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. Friday. to change her political belief. they had picked up at different points, be requested to publish the proceedings of Ths Only Direct Lin to Jacob E. Lang and Milton Lykins, tothis mettinir. also The character of the Congressional bacco dealers, at Petersyille, Ky., fought a showing that they contemplated following Frankfort Ytomnn. the Mountain Jxho anil Virginia nutl tho '"for a living." They Took timber developed in Proctor Knott's a duel with tobacco sticks. Both men On motion, the Meeting then adjourned. from Mr. Yeiser the town clock keys, which Tickets Ticket Offices, is scarce were badly injured, tho left arm of each district, shows that tho articlo Jarvis Jackson, Chariman. snd st thsare on ulo st principal A U. lUllwsy, (Seneral Office efthat'. may or may not indicate that they Intendaiasv we sinui nireer, s.uiiiaviiiv. John Pitman, Secy. down that way in quality, though being broken. ed to steal the town clock. The boys are Kor further Information, sddrets J. C. ERNST, Four boys ran away from their homes General Southwestern A grot, Louliillle. not lacking iu quantity. There were! now in jail. free of Charge. and stole a ride on a freicht in Chlt-sgV, W. HMIT1I, II. W. rill.I.KK. Alt persons luUering from Coughs, Colds, Asthsix candidates beforo the Elizabeth-tow- train. The train had a colliion;one of the GARRARD COUNTT. Usn'l Manager, llsn'l l'au'r Ag't. ma, Bronchitis, Loss of Voice, or any snVcllon of Convention, nnd they were such boys named Holmes was killed and the othPaint Lid. are requested to call st tbo Throat and Lungs, Wm. Byrum weighed a few heads of Penny A Mc A Miter's Drug Store and gets Trial a poor lot Ulmt it took three day's ers badly Injured. Bottle of King's Ner Dlscorery for Coniuuptlon, Ben IIUI, Jr., has declined to accept his Winter cabbage that averaged 13 lbs. timo and 19Q ballots to determine freoof charge, which will confine them of tls & to the head, which of them to risk. Tho choice the nomination as Senator to fill the vacanwonderful merits snd show what a regular occasioned by the death of his father, is playing We learn that the cholera cy Call early. fell upon T. A. Robertson, of Larue, giving as a reason that he had done noth- havoc with the hogs in some neighborBucklen's Arnica Salre. who, we opine, will not add a great"! ing to deserve the honor. hoods near here. Tbo best salre In the world for Cuts, Bruises, a?III3VEIB of his many laurels to lay along-sidCim of Warnicutt & Fullina Bores, Ulcers, The new It has been discovered hat a lunatic Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, In effect Aug I., ISSi, was ducked to death In the Anchorage any. have opened out quite a handsome stock Chipped Hsnds, Chilblains, Corns, snd all Skin worthy predecessor. CINCINNATI SOUTHEUN DIVISION. lum and that a system of cruelty Js prac of goods for a new beginning. We. Ihiuk Eruptions, snd poattlrcly cures piles. It is guar DoitSEY, the leader of tho Star refundDuy A cm Nlgt ticed there that is shameful enough to It would be a good Idea for them to adver- anteed to give entire aatlifactlon or money Penny A STATIONS. Ex. Li. ed. Price 33 cents per box. For sal by route swindlo who has bceu pronounctise in the Intebiok Jouiinal. l.M. Ml. arouse the deepest Indignation. The colored citizens held a three days McAll.ter. ed guilty by nino of hia peers, conThe terrible suffering of a family, who, fair last week in McCormack's woods near TJs M 140 Lre. Cincinnati...... Georgetown .. SI4 11 10 112 tinues' to hold the - alleged honorable one by one died of smalt-powith no one Paint Lick Church. A small crowd were 8 SO nas " Lexington....... 11 M I " NlchoTaiillle office of Secretary of the National to bury them, until none remained hut a in attendance, and we learn it did not pan II W High Ilrldge.... 1 irji II 7 10 0.1 12 47 1 IC " I(auTllle... Republican Committee We do not little child, who was found surrounded by out very well financially to the stockholders. " Junction City.. I It srIO 15 12 A7 I sin selling the LAUltEI, COUNTY COAL for ago ....-- a 2 20 believe that any thing he has dono is festering coipees, is reported from MemSomerset H.HH., Qulncy Shumate has sold his stock of phis. " Point Uuruilde, to a.m. McAllitcr, HockerACo. Psrtles wlihlngtobuy dry goods, groceries, Ac, to ' ltockwood incompatible with his ' holding the 7 60 lr tU cto John B. Davis, President of the recent- Nathan Shumate. They will Champ and will do well to so me before continue the purchsalng. Itespect' " Spring City ..... 732 8 40 123 ao position, but for thosako of decency, ly suspended Richmond, Vs., Banking and mercantile business at Qulncy ' stand. We fully, Arr. Cliattiiioogs...... A. T. MINNKIIXY, Insurance Co , has made a deed of convey- regret very much to give Quinry up in A.M. P.M. I P.M. tho God and morality party ought to ance of his property for the bcneGt of the this village, as he Is a live and thorough 730 i,,e. Chsttsnuuga.M IU 500 (33 request that he step down and out. " Sprlug TH 7 03 creditors of the banic. The deed was sign going business man, and we hope he may Desirable Residence For Sale. 8 40 ar 7 40 1008 " ltockwood. find famine Terr remunerative. 12 40 Point lluroilde .m. IU Visitors to the Louisvillo Fair tell ed jointly by himself and wife. The prop", Any one wishing to buy the Terr best 109 A.M. 2 13 " Someriet........M..MM. My dullness roinpclla SO 833 erty relinquished Is valued at oyer $200,000. sewing machine that is made, would find Ky.,couieuentl)r I willme to lorstoln Lexington, 2 32 lr Junction Clty...... sell prltstcly my house us that it was not even up to the Danrille. I U B 40 341 Aa 1 want to buvahome- it to their interest to buy of T. K. Hack-leuere 1 now reaiut 3 11 C10 411 High lirldge. .. Kentucky rope aflair. The ex- Attorney General Blair has given notice of plica In Islington, I will giro a Urgsln In this He is special agent for the genuine j s.1 esri 481 NUIioluilllo.. a suit on a bond of $500,000, for security of II not sold by Jsn. lit, 1831, It will b lor 7 05 SOS 403 illugtou,.......... hibitions were few and poor, and tho State deposits in the suspended bank, about improved Singer. More of these machines property. rent. I wllisuo remine retiuenconow uecupioiur " Georgetown.. 430 733 8 28 sold and used than of any other three Hoy Slewsrt forlsu. Address uis care J. A L. are 7 00 10 23 740 ........... inCincinnati Arr. wholo thing a very dull and prosy $300,000. kinds that are made. Over three million Seaaongood A Co.. Cincinnati, Ohio. UKAIU. W. 7711 ALAIIAMA GUCAT SOUTHEUN. I A.M. Soyen persona In the Louisville (all of them are now in use. These machines stitution. Tho reason it was not raoro OO Lre. Chattanooga- .easy terms of of a success is probably duo to tho overioweid the turnkey and made their are sold on very l'ulllns started payment. 12 33 Altifla... Oeorj.e W. on Monday " ltlrmlngham... 313 escspe. Their names are Henry Williams, last, for Southwest Missouri, and Eureka fact that the managers failed to send " Tuscstoosa . S3S 10 00 Arr. Meridian Itobert Ferrlll left on editor Munnell, of the Democrat a the notorious counterfeiter; Frank Zuler Hnrings, Ark.Hedalia, Mo., where he will Osrrsrd Circuit Court. W.Il, Underwood, Ac., Lr. Meridian and John Fletcher, awaiting trial on ths Monday for 330 " Tuicalooaa,M..., complimentary, and they deserved same charge; James C. McKay, under Hie enter school. W. K. Argo, l'rof. In the PlalntlUi. v s Jsuies J. Wiluiot, do., Dens. 7 Uy virtus of a Judgment rendered Inlliesbovs " Ulrmlugbam.u...MM., 1221 Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Danville, Ky., is " failuro for their 260 sentence for murder; and Thomas Keller, sjicnding his vacation at his father's iu this styled sctku by ths Usrrsrd Circuit Court st Its Arr. AtUlla.. IK8 the undersigned Couimlasloner August term, Chattanooga....... 130 door In the th of said Tun' authorities should compel a William Baldwlu and Thomas Middle-cam- village. Leslie McMurtry is spending a town ofCourt will stKy., ou VICKSBUKO AND MKUIDIA LsncssUsr, few days In this vicinity. Dr. J. C. Iiogle common thieves. The institution Lis. McrlJIau.... greater vigilanco or refuse to biro tho 1020 Forest SIOMAY, NEirf. 85, 1SS2, must be loosely managed or such a thing has moved to Danville. Ky. We regret to 12 M give him up here: he is a very prouiisfng convicts to railroad contractors at all, Hraudon. .... 238 HWWIHISH I could not have occurred. Par), expose to public isle to tho " Jacksou ...... 383 young physician, 'e wish him unbound. (County Court bidder the follow ong tracts of Arr. Viiaiburg... Scarcely a week passes that some of highest snd best 4 20 The amount paid for pensions during ed success in his new field of oieratInns. iaudr s Vitkiburgw 800 them do not get awav.:and begin again the ysar, Including the coat of disburse rJALia Isaao II. Arnold bought of J. lit. A trsct ol Isud Iu Osrrsrd County, Kr., ou Jsckion 10 41 Dti ltlrcr adjoining the lands of J. V. Cook, James rJrsndou... 1128 their old business of stealing. The ment, was $51.90,180. Total number of C. Kucker, a lot in front of his (louring Dunn Ac, sud wss ths suuie owned by Jas. Wilr or eat.... 141 mill 45 feel square, at $10, on which he uiot the time ol (onulnlug )2C stres, Arr. Meridian 443 numerous bono stealings which havo pensions on roll, 283,01(7, a gain over tlis will build In a short time a blacksmith I roodatand 71 poles. hlsdestb, 2nd. Two tracts of land In Lincoln County, Ky., prsvious year of 10,807, The total amount and carriage shon. At the renting of the Y1CKSUUHO, SHUKVEPOHT AND PACIFIC. occurred' 'recently in this and other aepsrsted by Dlx Hirer the tract store paid by the Government for pensions from lands belonging to the heirs of Samuel tloued, to lis sold as ousIreui contalu 10 sreauieo and snd 110. is. Vic kiburg ...... communities have all beeu committed 1791 Delta 12 30 Cochran. dee'd., K. II, Walker rented the fl poles sud wss ths same owned by Jas. Wllniet to 1801 was $81,480,455. The total Ou each of the shore Arr. Monro SSO of his by these rascals, who have been care- amount paid from 1801 to June 30J882, Shropshire farm of 200 acre for the year at the time trscls Isdeath. a comfortable dwelling bouse mentioned ..,.... 730 1883 st S650. and K. Iiest rented tho Walk and all Deccsssry outbuildings, orchsrds Ac., snd Lre. Monroe-.- .. 12 30 lessly allowed U escape. Delts f5G0,041,:m. Out of this amount and er Cochran fartn of 160 acres at $110, both places splendidly leuusT. 200 Ts:hus. Sale will be. made on a credit of S an 112 Arr. Vlcktburg. . since 1871 $25,231,232 have been paid sur- Champ Shumate sold his farm near Paint urvn.p , i. . .. U.Ui M.UI "TTTTi! mouths, .inn Tub British not only whipped Arabi vivors of the war of 1812, and to widows of Lick, of 118 acres, with good improve security, purchaserto to siwut bond with spprored U'jr.C.Ddoatll.bhiQ; K. I'. WILhON, I..M. DVUt parable the Coiu'r, bearings par cent. U, K.tml jjey last week, but their rifle team got those who survived during that war. The tuenls, to Qulncy Shumate at $10 per acre Interest prrauuuiu frouidsyof sslshsrlpg the A. Clu. Sou. uji vinciDUsUi, u xihtf UIIIU'll 1. . A A, U. H. B'r, CbttUuoKa,Tpou.i ... force sud ettect of a Judgment on which execution his siren J. HAHUV. G P. A. V. 111. It'y, Vkksbunc, may lisue. away with the American team in a builiieiw has so greatly Increaied that 400 Qulncy Shumate soldLick, house and lot in' ou day or Ponaslou for trading- pun village of 1'alnt Shuto Champ the sale. II. t). It AUrOfAN, I- - Mlas.i J OK '. McGUlMK, G. P. A, ., b, a i. M. V. U. C. d clerks aro to he added at once. very decided manner. ll'y, Monroe, la. mate at $1,800. tdrn-pikU-- lf pre-scrib- other points in possession of tho British. Tho conflict was short, sharp and decisive, lasting but two months from tho timo the first gun was fired. Tho loss ot life, if tho dispatches aro to bo relied upon, has beca very small, that o! the British not over 600 and the Egyptians less than 5,000. The Lon dou Times relates tht Wolseley had planned his campaign before leaving England, and put his finger on tho map at Telel-Kebi- r as tho spot whero Arabi would fight, and tho 15th of September as tho day of battle. Tho British General was two days ahead His management of tho of timo. campaign shows tho possession of very high qualities. Tho night attack was a master stroke Alexandria It st ad The Chesapeake. ttjphlo'e!unIns for August were $103,317 Sreatrthn theisms month last year, The Louisville Nashville IUIIway Co, has stopped all passenger trains between 1'enMcola Fls., and 1'ensacola Junction, In connection with Its main line. e The managerof the Gcorgctowns have resolved to prosecutes nuisances persona canglit riding bicycles on the toad. Tho lake steamer Asia, with about one hundred persons aboard, foundered in Lake Huron on Thursday last. Rut two persons are known lobe sayed. Bherlfl Cstes and his deputy, Mr. Conway, of Chatanooga, Tenn., were murdered while conveying a prisoner to Knoxvllle. A mob boarded the train, killed the two men, released the prisoner and ran the train to suit themselves. Surgeon General Wales, of the nivy, and Surgeon Killings, af the army, will go to Hot Springs, Ark., the latter part of this rdontb, to select a site for tho Army and Navy Hospital, for which Congress appro priated $100,000 last reition. James Tracy, for the murder of a policeman, died on the gallows In Chicago, Friday, pretesting his Innocence, and at Mound City, 111., Sim Keddin went hence by the same line, also for murder. A nc gro at Bartow, Ga , and another at Charleston, 8. C, were hanged by mobs on the same day. . t Lancasten A Convention to sleet ttettgalc to the IDistricfl Convention al Btenfcrd, Sept. 20, was called to order In the Circuit Court room Saturday afternoon, by It, II. Tom-linso- n, 1IXC4GIIVN LANCASTER HOUSE! T, W, VASSOH. rnoriKsiosAi.. WALLAC K. YASSOK, STixroiD StasiT T. W. ft W OITIf B VAltNON, itiln. KENTUCKY HTANI'Oltll, KY. In Owsley A Ron's new bulldlng-t- ip It. 0. KAUFI'MAN, A.'X"rItiNJ3V A.t TJA.-V- , LAMCA8TKII, KY. Msittr (Vimiiiluloner snd County Atlornsy, Will practice In sll ths Courts of (Isrrsnl and s.l Joining counties snd in the Court of Apiesls, ADIVTRS SALE! ii ALEX. ANDBHBON, A'X"X'OniV33V A.X' JLiAAV, DANVILI.K, KY., Wilt practice In the Courts of Ilorle snd adjoining counties snd In Ihe Court of Appesls. ,.,.:KA,BTKn80N I'nYTON, A.T JA-W- , aao KxiMtRss wsriisTroumr, Will practice In sll the Courts of Caiey snd s.l- Jelnlng rounder, snd In Ihe Court of Appesls. Special allsnllou gteen to collections. Grace orer IU T. Pierre's store. LIIIKHTY, KY. cr. . . KhNTUOKY STANfUIIII, Oltce orer ItobU B. Ly tie's store. Offlc hours from J to i)i snd 7 to r. w. J. J. WlhQON, Olflcs snd Itesldenee, DIL J. O. OAItl'ENTDH, ..... Dem-cen- 1 OMNTIST, BTANKOItl), KY. Upper Mstn 81. HUNDRED ACRES SO HUlt:oN JBrnllT IiEB P. HUFFMAN. 8TANK0HI), KY. "."Tjifer.'rl'.'ti!. M"B " PorsNItrous Oxide (lis sdmlnlstsred whin 8,r'' DimTlHT, "" " H. It. O. MOllOAN, D. U. smoke-hou- rorn-erl- cner-rle- dsm-on- Will l. of each month, from first Mondsy. Drntsl rooms InSI. Asaph Hotel, orer MeA'liter A llrlghl's. rSesslgn.! Atiiinrsiter two weeksof each luunlb Iroin third Mondsy Dental rooms In MaaonHouie. ISeeslgn.) Pure nitrous oxld gaae admlnltlercl whenneeeaasry. 4S2-l- f UJJNTIKP. lie In Hlanr.tr.1 ia fellow-count- W. P. WALTON, Slisof Stage ery as OPERA HOUSE.' BTANKOKK, . . Proprlotor. KY Stanford Female slurs. 20xM. Light complete sell of ScenHeating rapacity, Including gallery, . rajee to r-- l sltractlona. A .1.1 le- s ST.ASAPHHOTEL Jtlaln Nl., Nlatiroril, Ky. Court-hous- JOHNDINWIDDIEEO'K. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. Special Arxornmodatton to Commerelal Travelers. TERMS MODERATE. $30,-000,0- Court-hous- e Baggage Traniferred Free of Chargo ,.... " ... n THE NEW ROUTE EAST, P9 ISO I haro recently uken cb&rgo unt-cl&- and intend to hare accommodation!. ofthli home MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND WASHINGTON Hi If K SOLID TRAINS, Iti Proprietor ii it Shall o l, dis-dri- post-offic- From LOUISVILLE Determined that be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Oneiti. WASHINGTON, Vaicags will tsrostsrrd t ss4 rrssa thsdrsst free ofrhsrit. Special arcoMmadallsa. I to Caiaiaerrlsl Irsielers. Ths Hsr will he alwsjs tsyslled with ths choicest kraals r Llqaers sag Clsari. WM. DAUGIIERTY HiiccMMr post-offic- dem-ocra- ts la Dsugherty A Holmes, Z! STAM'OKl), - KK.NTIJCKY, MAMuriftuaara or Chi-oUmu- house-breakin- g Fine Carriages, Buggies, n Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific Railway. AND PHAETONS, oo WAGONS only firit-cls- u "of'TTl KINDS. We manufacture t'arrlarea of all dMrrli.iluni. eiuploylng unly Brit-cla- u workmen and uilng Bgures ruslcrlsl, snd sell st reaaonshle style, workmsmhlpaud material rauitd-e- d. Ill) WM. IrAUUIIKKTT. 11 COAL! U LR.B. nr raa TUG MOST DUSlltAIILK l'.OUTK T(-V- 11 ... IjVIV2VATI! ,TI 77-- tI I And decidedly I ho Pupulsr Iloute, sttordlng, ss It dues, less ihaugea and suwrlor accouiiuodsllous to Miisouri, IowarKamai, Texai, The North, Northwest and West, In fact, If you ronte uiplale a trip In sny direction, your lulereat will he lest serrtdhy purclisslvg your tickets tls I. ...... .. ,,..!, lf.f an.l lt(.Alnn.fl .(I.IU.WH.IJ 1.1UII. man Palsco fin; Llrgsnt New Day Coaches, aud htiidwiiiily furulibed llscllnlng Chair Can lorin the uociualul euli.iuents of this Old Itellshle, thsrshyuisklugalrip orer this Hue one ol luxurious voiufort sud Try It. TIMK TAHLK, IN KKPEOf MAY 14, tin. bout it. Lre. (Virlngtou " Kaliuouth.. " Cjrnthlana .. " Parla.... . Arr, "R5T5T OU . A y. . ... COMERS SALE Courl-beuk TJoTJT UI ..., . .... M Lre. Arr. " " ' Lexlugtou . Wincbeiter... ill. Sterling Ashlsud liuutlugton.M NOHTII. lilngtou. ... 0 20 p ui a iu 4 'O p u 7 40 p ui 21 li ui 0 a iu fl 03 li ui II 23 a 12 19 p iu 7 1)0 p m 41 10 am J 43 p ut IU It 12 1 1 SU 2 5 II) 1W 6 0.1 U pu p p u IMiiu ta 21 u p ui 10 lnu 20 p iu am Ul No. 3. a la a Ma 20 n SO No. 1. ui I S3 ui 1 40 in 8 Si ui 8 11 do No. A. 11 I.-- . 1 00 p lil 7 50 U II iu S 23 80 p ui 00 11 Kaliuouth.. so p in 10 01 Arr. Uurlugton la p ui II 43 MAYHVIL1.K IlIVIHIllM No.sLr. Lexington a pui. Arr. . ,... " " (lyntblsua... Lrs. lluntluglon... " Aiblaud- " Mt.bterllng Wlucheiler .... Arr. Istngtou... Lrs, Islington.. 13 p uI a a a a a a a a a a ui ui ui iu w ui iu ui ui c asoaui sVOaw f No.l4Uaslll,J45sui. No. 18 Psrls 0 so a m. No.l"M.,.,lll.U2Jpu, iixlnj in 2Sl, I Si. Psrls ,... s'u.'.iul ....i"7rT ...,. & ii Trsloi No. 1 sud 3 run dallyi olhsrs ext.pt Bundsy. Hpeclal IUIes li sllulgr.ut.. VI r tUkrls.rstessudlufuruistlou perlslnlngto time cuuiiedlons, Ac, cell ou or sddress Ul,ulioa- CHA8. u ii'iuiwVaHKlf?: J. D. L'LLIbON.Uia'IMsusgsr, do to J. W. Harden for Mnar.italre per head. Ware A Roblnaon, of this county, sold aomewhatof a big to Ashby, of Fayette, 17 TenTneoday Morninff, Soptomlior 10, 1882 nessee steer at 4 cent. I.Ainr.a, rail and cxamino tho light run J.E. Lynn sold to Hab Nunnellcy 13 ning New Home Hewing Machine, the beat yearling heifera at 3 J and bought of J. II. L. & N. IOCAL TIME CARD. In the world, for mIo at Chcnaiilt, Bever-anc- e Tucker 10 2 and heifera at 3J for I'amnrsr trains North.., 9 10 A.M. ft Co'. October dallrery. " Month., . 2 l P. M m ! -- H. M. Held bought of Miller ft Fran, A NUMnp.n of well and cistern in Stan, LOCAL NOTICES. ford hare ceaied to flow and tinles there la cis 100 acre of land lying on South Fork rain before long It will be rather difficult in Pulaski county, tho property of the IlUY 1'ainth of I'enny ft McAllsler. , to obtain water for drinking purpose. Long Heir, for $2,800, Hamilton Hloel Plows (it A. OwslfjV W. F. Itamsey aold to 0. (I. Ware 2 Stock water la alo very icarce and the 11 ne nil minting Just rrrcirtil at Mc cow weighing 1165 each at 3J .cent and field are much too dry to fallow, llolicrU A HIirrV took 6 heifera, 765 arerage, at 3 New flock of Jewelry ami Silverware at J. T. IlARitia, at hi Meat and I'rovla-Io- n cent to pay for them. Penny A McAIMer'a. Htore, will open the Fish and Oster A Boston piper estimate this year' lleaiillful Hum ol latest lox stationery, tuarkat on the 21at Inst., and will ncll crop at 0,000,000 bale of cotton, toward at Mollolwrls A Blags'. Capt. Crozler, Civil Engineer in the School hook ami school supplies In gen the brat at reaacnnbla price. lie atao 0,000,000,000 bushels of wheat and orer sells Ice and keeps the Commercial Hotel, government service, anchored a fleet of rril at Mclloliert ft 8taeR'. bushel of corn, Loveim of OooI Tea will find tlio best where every body ia treated right. Call Miller ft Francis real estate agent nine boat above the Fall last Wednes in the city at I'enny ft McAIlster'. and ace. hare aold to Itlchard Cobb, 63 acres of day, intending to derrick down that slight . Watoiiis, Clock am! Jewelrr repaired obDnoKR ma Arm. Willie, on of Mr. 8. land on the Hanging Fork, belonging to J. declivity and proceed to remove the and warranto! by I'enny ft McAllister. struction In the river between that place rccely II. Shank, had lit arm broken at the F. Kelley, at $10 per acre. Kai.i. lot of Zelgler' filioca just Public sale of abort horn cattle, Oct. and Point Rurnslde. The Captain designs alioulder Friday, He waa riding on el ami for sale at J. 1 1, ft H. II. Hhankr. Wanthi. Country bacon, highest mar- home with two other boy, when the animal llth.by K.B.AE.P. Wood, and Col, taking photographic view setting forth ket price In cuh paid, McAUaler&llrlght. ateppcil on a hornet' neat and jumping C. II, Itocheiter. For further particular! the present state" of the stream, and the improvement made by him in short, rep l'UHK Allien I'm It Vinegar, bent in the tlnew them off. The break I n aerere one and catalogue addreaithem at Stanford. world, for Kale only by McAIlster ft Ilrlghl. and lltcly to be a long time In healing. Wanted To buy a good combined resenting the river "before" and "after and You will find the bent horse. Must go Ihe running-waland be taking" the remedy. cigar In town at Penny ft McAlIa Mis Jennie Iteid, of Nelson county, I . MARRIAGES. young. Don't wish any thing fancy in an' ter's. the guest of Mis Helen Iltld. W. M Mr. James Frye, of the Weal Knd, ob- imal or price. Apply at Interior. Joun do to A. Owsley' for the Kentucky Bogle apd wife, of Lancaster, were with drain Drill, the only reliable Drag Drift tained liceinw yesterday to marry at the nai. office. in the market. Geo. P. Bright ha lost sereral valua ua on Saturday and Sunday. The lest of Christian Church, Hiutonrille, Mis J. 11. ft H, II. Hiianhs are receiving and Letha Prentice Spraggin. liable cattle with what I supposed to be onr young ladiea got.ofT to various school opening n fine line of fall and winter good. Spanish fever, and hi father, Mr. flreen last week. The boya who were found cry James It. Klce, postmaster at Hurgin, Call and see them. ing toon after their departure aay Mat laclt Foil tlieiuret am freshest candle and ran olT to Cincinnati with Miss Mollle Bright, haa loat a like number. Several of rytnae arose from toothache. The McKln- ! liest fruit", tropical and borne grown, Cook and made her hi wife before Ihe old the animal were worth from $75 to $00. descent on our boy "Hat" way go to McAlinter ft Hright'. J. W. Alcorn, Eq,, baa gone to Somer neySaturday, made Ia understand bled them folk had iuij Idea gone. on and, set to make a deed to J. C. Ogden for 40 them again like vamplrex. This thing is " PERSONAL. DEATHS. acrca of land lying Just outside of the limit becoming monotonous. Two wedding on Mrw. Dn. Hrr.virt IUli.r.r la visiting Tom ConThe frienda of Jaraca M. Thurmond of that town, which he ha aold him at$02,-6- 0 the card for thi week. promisway, friend In Ixiutsvlllc. one of our most will be pained to hear of hi death, which )cr acre. We suppose thi i tho high-ea- t ing young Americans, with Irish blood Mr. JAMisWmimx returned tnllclh-an- occurred on the 1.1th, at his home near price ever obtained for Pulaski county enough to make a man of him, has secured College yesterdiiy. Springfield, Mo. a position in a business house in Cincinland. Kl.i). 8. II. Kino Ilea very low with a nati, Sir. Fayette Died, near Danrlllr, on Sunday, 17th J. A. Cohen bought .of David Johnaon here teaching schoolPage, of Columbia, ia and drinking tea complication of disease. Inst., after an Illness of sobio month, Miss 27 250 pound hog at 7 cents, ami of Evan the the former at Klcbland Mint. A.8. TKiiiiuNe,of Ilarrodsluirg, Emily aged 70 year. Her re- I.Jons 25 Waters, at 7 cent to be latter miscellaneously, Brown'a Owl la la visiting MIm Julia lllgglns. main were Interred yesterday afternoon In shipped lo day. He also botightof various still attracting visitors; but preserves a Mr. II. It. Biun.KV and Mra. Mary the family burying-grounon the farm parties in the Weat End 200 hogs lo weigh dignified alienee when attempt are made to interview him on politic or religion. Iogan are Buffering from severe fall. of the tale Darid Myers. 250 to 300 pound at delivery from 1st to Ben Hawkina has got off a conundrum; but Miasm I.U.IK AND KosA WlWON loft Muhi'HY. Of ulcerated 10th Oct. at 7 cent. I am afraid to write it. Ask Ben about it. yesterday to t lull relative in Islington. after a few day illnes, Joseph II. Murphy, CitAtd Dunk, of Clarrard, Miu. Democratic Countr Connntiui. A Truitee Antwertd 6 Trustee. second son of 'Squire J. S. Murphy, died at w.n visiting relative here a few day ago. Tho Democracy of Lincoln met in his age. KJllor Interior Jitirnak In the last Issue of your paper you are Kr.v, ani Miu. J. C. Cui.mvr.1.1. hare Saturday afUrnoon, when Col. W. Hewava young man of quiet disposition returned to their home at Culleuka, Tenn. and steady liablta and though not a profess- called uion by some ono signing, himself G. Welch called the meeting to order and Mb. Ilnunru Gnrrur, of Iloyle, la or of religion, waa upright and moral, lor-e- d 'Trustee" to know how you obtained your stated that it object we to aptoint deleInformation of those who composed the gates lo the Congressional extremely ill and not expected torccotcr. Convention by his family and a farorlte among his Mim Alice llurr.KV haa returned friend. Hi remain were Interred In faculty of the prtaent reaslon of Stanford which meet in Stanford on the 20th. On from Lexington, accompanied by her com-i- Huflalo Cemetery yesterday afternoon after Female College. The writer also in this motion, Col. T. W. Varnon waa made call charge that the Principal had kept Chainhan, and W. P. Walton, Secretary. MIm Annie (Irime. a few appropriate remarks by Elder Joseph the Board of Trustee In utter ignorance Afterwad, the Chairman appointed the Mim Maooik 11mm, of LouiiiTiile, IJillou. of her assistant, thereby violating hereon- - following on Committee of Resolutions: daughter of Prol. Jtllsa, U visiting the Owai.KY. Two yeara ago, a stouter or tract of leaac. Now the fact are as fol- Judge M. C. Saufley, Dr. J. D. Pcttu, It. rasilly of her uncle, Mr. II. T. Harris. healthier young man, nor one with more lows touching this charge: There ia but M. Bronaugh, Daniel Miller, Joe A, Cohen promise of a long life, could hardly hare L0CAL MATTERS. one new teacher in the school for this ses- and Jno. D. Carpenter, who, after retiring been found than Jacob duest Owsley. Hut MATLAiwccand twill flannels for aaciie sion. She is a graduate of Anbury Univer- presented the following which waa adopted: that felldisvase. oonaumpttou,lurkcd in bia at J. W. IlaydenV sity, and her credentials were placed in my Jtaotnd by tfle democracy of Lincoln syilmi, which shortly aflerwarda began to hands at tho proper time by ihe Principal, county in Mas Convention assembled. new line of Philadelphia fine manifest Itself and from that time to his Anotiiku which waa a full compliance of her con- That Ihe following named persons be apfor the ladle at Ilruce, Warren ft death on Sunday morning last, hia life was Shoe pointed delegate to the Congressional so far aa assistant teacher are con- Democratic Convention to assemble in Co.'a but one fearful struggle with the final con tract cerned; all the other having been teachers Stanford, on the 20th Sept., '82. : Foil Kent. The Jaa. K ftavia tore-I- t, queror, reducing hia once robust body to a in the institution in past session. Not an- J. vV. Alcorn, T. W. Varnon, O. J. Crow, K. mere skeleton. For month he had calmly Apply to house, till January HansDr. II. Brown. John G. Lynn, W.O. awaited the end, fully conscious of Its rap ticipating an explosion on the part of any ford, D. A. Baugh and L G. Goocli, and Harrow, of the Board, I saw no urgent id approach and had prepared both hi member that they are hereby instructed to cast the The Stanford Male and Female Acade- spiritual and temporal affairs with an hum- reason why there should be v meeting be- 8 votes of Lincoln countr for Hon. P. U. my, Prof. Abncr Itoger, Principal, opened ble nnd patient submission that showed fore the laat of the first week of the school. Thompson, Jr. In view of the fact thatf tie Convention yenterdir, with .TO pupil. The prospect that Ihe ()od whom he had learned to trust, Therefore, if any one is blameable, It ia Is that the number will bo increased to GO. was'siistalnlng him In the dark and fearful the Chairman of the Hoard, not the Princi- is to meet at this place a Committee of Arpal of the College. And if "Trustee" had rangements waa appointed consisting of STiiEcr-riaiaro getting a little too hour. Sererat wecka ago, satisfied that he made the haste to Inform himself through Col. T.W. Varnon. J.W. Alcorn. II. T. numerous here, but aa long a the boya had been accepted aa a child of Ood, be the Board (the proper channel) that he Bush, Ed. Carter and W. P. Walton, and by Elder J. O. Liringston then the meeting adjourned. jiay for their fun, we auppofe they ought waa baptized has through a newspaper, would it not Tiios. W. Vaiinon, Ch'm. to hare it. John Canter knocked Hill and rcceired into Ihe Christian church. have been more In keeping with hi duly W. P. Walton, Sec'y. Dunn down Saturday, for which he waa The ceremony seemed greatly to rerire aa one of the guardian of the institution? arretted by "Squire W. It. Canton and him and he expressed himself as feeling A to there being a necessity for ventilaThe lone contest for the democratic much benefited by it. The same preacher disfined $3 and coat. ting thing going on in the College, I have nomination in the West Bend, Wis., trict waa ended Friday br the nomination yciterdar dellrcred the funeral discourse It woDI.I) m(d that when a man haa at the Christian Church, after which the only this to say, that I have been a mem- f D. II. Sumner, of Waukesha, on the 1001st ballot. It is said General Brace aenie enough to be cltcted to Ihe Legisla- remsina were taken to Danville for Inter- ber of the Hoard of Trustee for the College from it first existence to the present will run as an Independent. ture, be ought to know 'tia bent not to fool ment, day, that I have never known, nor do I around Ihe hind lega of a mule. Hut lion. Notice I Notice ! RELIGIOUS. riow know, nor have I ever heard a whisJohn8.0waley did not, and the result iaa The Grin of G. Kline ft Son. Lumber Iter. W.T. Tyrce haa just closed a per from any quarter that there should be Merchants, hare no connection with the might be expected. He goea hopping meeting at Deep Creek, in Mercer conntv, a ventilation. If, however, "Trustee" in bankrupt "Clme,"but is one of the instituabout aa if one of hia leg waa broken. which resulted in 32 additions. He wa the space of twelve month ha been able tions of Louisville. For Doors, Sash, Lumber and Hardware, write them An experience!! Indlanian wiahra to awlsted by Iter. 11, F. Taylor, Ihe paator. lo discover more than I have in about as Blind, at Northwest corner of Eighteenth and raise a stock company here for the puThe member of the Unity Hapttst many years, then why not go to work also Market streets, Louisville, Ky. rple of establishing a furniture factory nt church near Ashland, Ky., are just too in the Board, and try to remedy thing in0 the Junction. It wilt require aome Do Not be Dtceired. good for anything. They turned out 20 stead of a public threat of what he propoto $20,000 and be will Uke $3,000 odd of their number because they went to a se to do? In ItieM times of quick uedlcInaadvertlM-men- u everywhere. It Is truly gratifying to anil worth. There ia money in auch an estab- church aupper. Fair play I Fair play I Mr. "Trustee" one reuieOjr thst Is worthy of jiralie, inj whlcb lishment and we hope our moneyed men The first quarterly meeting of the con- don't let your animroity toward the wo- really does as recommended. Electric Illttera we will consider Ihe matter. Parties Intercut-e- d ference year wilt be held here, beginning can Touch for as being a trut and reliable remedy, man eel the better ol your discretion. They In- ran confer with W. II. Miller. at" l'. M. Saturday next. Presiding Elder J. M. Heii, Ch'ra. of H. T. S. F. C. and ono thst will do ss recontuended. Ooiaplalnti, Ttrltbly euro 8toiuch and Lifer J. Hand will be unable to arrive till the followBank Officers Klwtkd. The Disease of the Ktdoeys and Urlniry difficulties. LINCOLN COUNTT. Wa know whereof we speak, and can readily say, ing dlrectora of the First National Hank, afternoon train. Crab Orchard. Her. II. C, Morrison, the new Metho give them a'trltl. Sold at fifty ccdU a bottle by Measra. 11.8. Wither, D, W. Vandercer, I'enny A. UcAHiter. ltaln la badly needed in thia. locality. Sanford Erwln, Dr. T. II. Montgomery, T. dist preacher, made quite a farorable Im Tho Interest In the protracted meeting J.Foater, W. P. Tate, Craig Lynn, J. K. pression Sunday. He speaks without notes liEff AUYKUTISKMEXTK. McClary and J. S. Hocker, met yesterday and iliows lee egotism than the arerage la dally Increasing. About four hundred young preacher. people witnessed the baptism of eight and elected J. 8. Hocker lUq., President STIMYED the Spring' poiid Sunday after It ccsta aomethlnir. to belong to a fash of the new Uank, J. W. McAHiter, Cashier, John J. McKobert, Awistant Cashier, ionable church in a city. St. Paul' con- noon.The sad Intelligence of the death of From my place near McKluney, a red cow with white back, right horu off, marked with half crop and A. A. McKluney, Teller. Fifty per gregation In Cincinnati raised $03,000 for Mr. O, Owsley reached here last Sunday In each esr, large bell on when ihs left home. Any J. will I nUJIy cant, of the stock, $125,000, was paid up hcncrolent purpose during the last confer- morning and cast a gloom over the hearts Information lu regard lo uld cow NLUUKIt. l'KKNI.EY receded. U 'Si per cent, of it waa ence year. The pastor' a:ilarywaa $10, and an additional of all who knew him, for In this, his old ordered to be paid within 30 day. Tlio 000. Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! The Detroit M. E. Conference haa been home, he waa known to be a noble, genernew bank opena on the Ilnl of October. man and wo beloved by all, ous young I Oder for sal vrlrstely my farm of 37S acres Hon. Ilobt. lioydwaa represented by proxy. sued in lis corporato capacity by one Isaao Deaths. Mr. Mount Owen, of thi on Dlx Hirer. OS miles Eaitol Btanford, within Gordon, who claim pay for service aa a being conthe new Thkcade of Craig Bkldmorc, charged missionary to the Indiana several yeara place, died suddenly last Thursday a half mile ofStanford toturuplkanow rrnachenvlll. An exstructed from from the dwelling to the pike. marriago license waa con- ago. The officials under whom tlio labor morning of hemorhage of the lunga. He cellent with forging hia Untitling ra brick jid frame, with 10 room. tinued till yesterday and then illumined waa performed assert that there I no prop- waa buried with Masonic honors on Ihe Well watered with fine springs, torn ol them med iuciuuiuk Cemetery Hill the following day. "Aunt" ical waier. iioproTerueai urtwiwi, or nil on for want of proof that a forgery had been com- er ground for the claim, th fencing. Terms liberal. Addrens HK.S.NAKAIICflOU, Becky Porter, an old and respected colored mitted. It seems that Craig presented a Tate'a Creek Association or The btaulord, Lincoln county Ky. 7Mui last Friday w paper on the night ol tlio marriage which Baptist wa in session three woman, died at the of hemorhage of the lung. waa the license, but neither tbo day at Walnut Flat, with a large attendhe claimed father of the girl nor the preacher read ance of milliliter and brethren, and there Mr. Ella Taylor, of NIcholasville, 1 -- OFthe document and no one seems to know was an addition to the membership. Eld, with her aunt. Mrs. Itobt. Beddow, Misae riHE HANGING T0BK LANDS- of it afterwards. The story Moody Smith and Mattie Singleton, of what became Moderator, A. 0, Ncwland was goe that the woman I already tlio mother and C. F, Hurnam, Clerk. The Association Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. Clara Lincoln Circuit Court. Jno. 8. Van Wlnklo Curator II. L. Carpenter, of an illlgltlmate child aud that the preach- deslrea ua to return Ita thanks to the Singleton. Mlsa Mollle Hleka and slsier, er, who tied the knot on the bogus license, people of the neighborhood for hospitali- of Danville, are visiting Mlsa Mollle By ilrtuaof Judgment In the aboeecauttat the got a half gallon: of whisky for the job. ties and courteslea extended it. Mr. Sarah Wells, Mlsa Jennie Buch- January terina 187a aud !79 ol th Lincoln Cuui. I'leat Court, th uuderalgned commlulouer I aaid to bare skipped out to avoid tesanan and Mr. E. W. Jone have returnd Saturday, Oct 71b, 1881, between th hourwill on He ol 11 from Louisville. Dr. Lewi i in Louis- - a.u. aud 4 I' H., at tb dwelling houa on the LAND, STOCK AND CROP. tifying in the caae. 78 acre trail of laud ,ell at publio auction to tba blghett bidder, so much ol th tollowlug Ira cl of At a tale in 'Woodford, 05 acre of corn villeonbuslneu. We wish It understood that the editor Uuda will pay plalutltT Judgement for t .1.840 Hustonrillo. wllh 10 percent, thereon Iroui Jan. 8, 1877 and hia doc not endorse erery thing that goea in brought from $3 to $12.60 per acre. of data Jan. coala hcrvln, subject to a credit of Millersburg, baa sold a responsible party Nat Collins, near Your notice last week of Ihe marriage S, 1877: this paper, but when 1. A tract ol about 71 acre of land In Lincoln to be heard on matter that may 200 barrel of new corn to be delivered in of Jno. ltout waa probably about a week couuly, Ky., on tlio IIusIootIU it BrdfordTllla wishe Geo. pike, aud known a the Hia uncle told ua. Ed. too noon, effect the puMic, we fee! it our duty to town at $1.60 per 111. deed. A joint stock company haa been formThe stock farm of the late II. 1. Mo-- 0 give him rpace for the purpose. This 2. A tract of land of 27 acre. I r. and 27 poles, Coletb rath, containing 117 acres, waa sold ed for the purpose of erecting, "equipping adjoiningPollyfarm of J. O. McAlltter, Mary much with reference to the article algned man snd Cuter a. Airaciouu acres auun puic iriBx uu iuo running a atejuu flouring mill at laat Isaue. We regard Thursday to Milt Young for $10,012.60. and "Trustee" jnour head waters of tho Hanging Fork and adjoining tha Some $0,000 ha been made up land of I'olly Carter, Jam Ituuall and other. Danville Court. Quite a large crowd Mrs. Trueheart'a school at one of the lb Iher will b aold separately In tb order lu greut Institutions of town, educating aa it lu town and about 600 cattle on market of aud the parties aeeui to be In earnest aa to which tract ar inautloned until lb Judgement exerting a moral all kinds, selling at 1 to 6 cent for beat; the enterprise. realised. Each tract will U sold as a w hoi. Tidoe our young ladle and ll complete, fre ol dower. homeUad or other In., most Soo Owen I home from the "Fall." cumbrance. I'oaaeaalon will be gtcii th 2) to 3 for common and acrub, Otie lot effect on our young men that 1H. 1, l8Jud mule brought $31 per He look well and prosperoua. It teem) 1881, upontime between with termaol aal. Mirth 10, and far be It from ua to do or of small oumpltsuc t that will Iniure It. We rather bead; aged mule aold from $100 to $176 strange to us iu thU arid region; but there or tinu Credit of 8 and 12 months. Miv Taaus Bouda with good rniulred, BUect that "Trustee" will feel, when be per head, owing to aire and quality, A wo a considerable "rise" in the Cumber- nut. from Jay ofsecurity myebl lo bearings per A. C Taylor, sal. rr&da Chairman Iteld'a reidr. that he acted Vau Wlukle, and hailugcrrect AHlguvoof large number of plug horn aelling from land lost week, making it beyond fording urjudgments.Jua. Hen retained. VV, O, WllM'H, A a little hasty, In not conferring with the. M.C.L. V.V. $00 to $135 per head, H. T. Duals, Auct. depth ust above the fall, it Hoard defore publishing hi article. . Chamois akin glove in black and tan, W. Alford bought 22 head of 1BJ hand mule in E. Tenn , at $1 10 to $105 -- Oeo. With a Democratic Contention and In Bella Illg Circus, thta week in Stanford, INDUCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I will offer at Very-Low 2 ! a Sfc mi Prices, for the next 60 days, my stock of Laces, Hamburg Edging, Lace Curtains, India Linens, Piques, Fans, Plaid Ginghams, &c. I also offer, at Very Low Prices, my stock of Jeans, Flannels and 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 ttOBT. S. LYTLE. me. Respectfully, EXECUTOR'S SALE! II. Psrsons. dee'd. I will IN Ha, sell to the nigneti limner, in farm on wiucn urorueni iit-- l. eonulnlnir SO ArrM of nroductlve Land, wllh comfortable I niproTementt; alwa.1 Acre ol Land lying nesr Ilia sliore. TheMlandtaro In a goal netghttorhood, confentent to schools, churches, Ac. I will Im sell at the im lima the following 15 barrel of Corn, about 40 bn.luli rxrmntlty Mare, of Whest, 2 stacks ofllsT, ono Khloglea, 1 big Plow, I Saddle, Ac. 2.000 cut Trsus. The personalty will baold on a credit oflhrc months, with Interest on all mail nrer f 10: under thst amount, cash. The land will b sold for one-thicsihj the reraslnder to lie nsld In S and 12 months, equil Installments, snd to besr Interest st Ihe rsleolfi percent, from dste. ApproTed security will he. required of purchaser on lioth real and personsl, ud a Hen retained on Ihs Isnd lor the purchsr money. Sal to take place on the premises. J, E, IiYNN, r.sccuior. To reduce my stock of Summer Goods, onthe'JSil Dnyof Hept., A EtMMitAr of Jime FAR1YZ for SALE. TAXES ! TAXES I! ii ON THE 23th DAY OF HEITEMDEn, 1882 (County Court day) I will otTrr for sale lo th highest snd lie.t bidder, tha FARM lately owned by Dr. J. Joplln, dee'd, altiutedon, mile north-weof Ml. Vernon, on tha Crab Orchard mad, snd SOO ACIU3, snd Is as good a Stock Farm aa thera Is In the countr, well watered, gcod orchard, Ac, J.J. JOl'I.I.V, F.xr., il Ml. Vernon, Ky. k OK LINCOLN CO.! TO THE The taxes Iist now tmndue m since JuneMn for I8S2. As moil sll hare got the money In the bank doing Ihemnognnd, I saklhalai pa; era to come and settle. Don't think licranse ynu aregood that wo don't want your tales The earlier we get men, the toiler. We then the tax of know who lo proas. Meet ma or my Deputy at Hualonellla September 23, and on Saturday, September It), at Crab Orchard; at Stanford at all 72-- it times. J, M. ,ni:.vi:ri:E,.i.i;, EXECUTOR'S SALE rA.NT. II A.IVIC HTOCK, AC. A H. Stanford, A Splendid C. RUPLEY, MEKCIIANT TAIT,OIt, Stock they-wer- e y school-hous- d, l, executor of F.I Jer Jacob Koblnfon, dee'd, I will oiler at I'ubllo Bale In Lancaster. Ky., on Wlahes to Inform his I'atrons of Stanford and rtclnlly that he has rcccUM Monday, Sept. ?.1, (County Court day) tu remainder of the property, Bank Stock Ac, iindeTlwd to Una buggy mare; the heirs of decedent, of Goods, 1 buggy and barnest; 1 sharo ofalocklnlhe Stanford ALancuter turnpike; 2fi share slock In th Uintllle, Dlx Hirer and Lancaater turnpike, IS "Which he guarantees to make up in flnt-clas- s style. Satisfaction guarshare Uank Stock In the National Bank or tan-rul- er and 1 tVi acre of land. The land Ilea on the anteed, or no sale. Gutting and Bepairing neatly and promptly done. upon the pike leadNorth lid of and Immediately ing from Lancaster to Col. J. II. llruce'a and adjoins IhalandiofJ.S. Robinson, Col. J. II. Ilruce and J. V, Cook. The land t newly sown In gran, la fertile and haa an abundance of Ana timber upon It and will b sold In two tract aa directed by our father In bis will. d Tkbus. The land will be aold for cash the lat of January next, the remainder In 0 and 12 months; equal Installment with Internal DIULK IM atG per cent, per annum from January lit, 1883, The Bank Stock will bo sold fjr cash: for there, known on day of tale. mad & malnder, terms Kentucky, Fall and Winter PENNY & McALISTER FANCY ARTICLES. 77-- A.C. KOMINNOjr.ExB. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY Hr-V- n BARGAINS. TOE THE NEXT -- WK rhyslclane' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. THIRTY SILL DAYS, WILL BOOTS, DRY SHOES, HATS, TIiIhXcw 9I1II, conlniniiij; (ho Infest mid GOODS NOTIONS! MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iiiuiiufaetiiriiiR meal nnd Hour, In now In full operation. Vo will Rrliid Tor customer, Tor tlio present, on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week, and oh Court-Dajand all other nubile days. Wo solicit a liberal share of pntronage and will endeavor to give entire satisfaction. Wcd-iiCBdnH 20 PER CENT. BELOW COST! This ii no aJrertliluz doJce. These eooli muit Mil to tuike room lor another Hoe of goods already purchased. Doa't take our word for It.butcoiue and soe for yourself. 1(-- y, nCAlslSltaH K JiUIUUl m m CONDENSED TIME. L Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstulT, &c, Always on an 'i it & IIAIXUOAU LINE. THAIN8 GOING NORTH. lt. hand aud for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, Wheat, tic. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. McAJLiXSTEIfi Kx. San. 8 00 7 10 8 25 9M 10 11 OS A SAXJLEE. Much Lve. Richmond... 1, 1882. " ' " ' ' IJincaiter................. LlTlngtton Crab " " ... " New Arr. Lebanon Junction. ...... " Cincinnati Junction.. " LoulaTllle HaTen-..-..- 8Unlord............. Shelby City ....... I)inilllJunctlon.... . Mltchellaburg Orchard... ....... .. ... tOOini S 10 9 SS 00 12 10 12 47 2 10 2 2S Lebnon............... , ... ...... pin " " " " " " " " B. K. BSASEB -- WEAREN, m AND WBRBBESWBl f ot- - " MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has TIUIK8 GOING SOUTH. x. Sun. 8 10 Much Lre. Lve. Arr. Llrlngtton Lie. lancaater ... Arr. Richmon- d- " bUufonl. Orchard--Crab Iu1tIIU.. ... ................ ....... -. 1, 188i. just received a Full Line . 2 OS p 2 88 " ara a Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap I also . .... ... 60 4 10 2 50 " " " reaus, Wash Stands, host Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackots, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets, I sell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. Beds, Bu- PTJLMIAN PALACE CAHS To Memphis, Little BocV, Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orleana. Emigrant to Texas hare thelrcholea of tworoutea: Tla Memphis or Tla New Orleana. Time much quicker and ratce lower than by any other route. Itlaalaotho $16,-00- QUICKEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST m Boute to all point InMlawurt, Kansas, Illinois, Indiana. Iowa. Nebraak. Colorado. Arkansas. Only on change to Chicago, St. Louie and Laat. iu for iurinor miormaiion auoui iickdi rateaim to South, Kanaaa, Colorado, and emigrant V. V. Al'MOKK, Florida, addreu (I en. Tut. aud Ticket Ait.. LoultTlll. Ky. Or F. J. Anthony, Agt Stanford, Ky, W H 91I&0IIIS DEALER IN GO EAHT 30 WESTNORTH GO I J Shelf Hardware, . SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, J HOItNE SUOEN, HOUSE SIIOK NAI I.N, VIA LOUISVILLE OHIO & Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, 3 MISSISSIPPI R. W. a DAILY TRAINS THE EABT AND NORTH. Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, Louisville to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Can and New Day Coaches Without mange, dirt-roa- d 4 DAILY TRAINS Itoui.NVille Sto vesTinware, Fruit Jars Groceries, ait, Iime, to St. Xaoui.s QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, poor-hous- e AND TUE WEST. bleeping Cars snd Day Coat he to 81, Lout out Change. Wlth- - Comont, &c. Also 2 COMES SALE 2 DAILY TRAINS AND THE NORTH THE GHAIVTFIOWr -- STEEL. PLOW, Roofing, Gutter-ing, And tho- - Louisville to Iiidlnnaiiolls, Chicago, Day Couches and Ilecllnlng Chair Care Through Without Change. GENUINE OMVElt CHirMEW 1'I.OW. None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. &c, done on short notice. 1 T. M. JOITNSTON. Bnl3Bn"m- - Ta-te- For WimliliiRtoii, UnKlmoro, l'lillailcl ililn, New York uud Bunion, Thi is the Viry Best Loute, aa You Hare No Changa of Train, WALKER MoKINNEY, K-8- Ml Mat bomt-pbeto- f ArriT f thvnliv mirlnff luors lima lor nit. usklug change ofcarsauil gelling Scat cholc of seat la rais of coauecllDg line. tostbea oa ill Tralail Hare So Midnight Changes I at 8t. louls t Host la Ailtaar of Throufh Day !,. XothrriroH A tamblnat ton of JV la laevf Iron, JVru riai Jtarkatul Vhomukoru In la rtalutablt Wm. Ill oHliriMimtioH 0frM tu,f WUffcrfl ia lUf wimelturuetrrUtUvf trrih.io 1 To InJtanapolla aud Chicago, anil th oulr lUI aloug lluo giving lta patrons lt-utha iborts ol Lika, Michigan.. rartUe, auTlu au llurrlrutof 1 t"Tu taunt l)u. lUuim's Ikon Iu.mo lu lujr in mautu llul Dli. 1UuthM r Ttara lu medicine. lu.uercr fuaml anythloK to-- t rnxtraiiuu. laow ToNio dove. In mnircai uf M'rvoua rtuitdy, hia mtiuiaieiiucasts, iyxrwu. amiaoiui uiy lianU, uuuJaj souiu wuuU rfulcurtaj. condition 111 ma bioou. thi I auJ 1114101 DIN lilfHuil aUalllflorOiir nio.t inilueol ibytlcliu. bvtt UluvU t tliii ailliat liAt. In w, 1 I) r?crUij it lu nt.la rajninaiv. fiftucti tu &nr Iruu i,muaUou mivl?. llOlltni' turli a iiuirvaaHi 11 U. HAMl'KLS, M Dti. lUurKU' luoM Tu.Mo fs ft ntHxlt tu nir I" Uc JUH U'uli Avtaaa, 1ST J(o.. Nov Mth .WK iriHraUitn, ltNlLUlKN! tweaty-a- .urk rrt m 1 gratl-Mm- purchaa-crela- ur atiL-li- Ticket An"! adilfeu For Tickets, Kates, Time, Ma), ae., i'ljr r Connecting Linen, to or K. N. HKOWN. Buulhtrn raaaengw Agt.. S. K. Uur, tin and alalo ma., umivii., r. W. IU H1IATTUC. W. W.H.AUODY, Utu. ISupi., l.tmraw. Aljt-- . Clncluusatl. Jf (ire color tu th unturul heatfhfUl ioH0 to tlit illuftlrrortan$ unit wrvvu MtfitetHftnaklnti U ujtulleaU to ileitrral JlrOilllij, Ijatt of . I of I it'll lStwerm ilfitf MANUFACTURED f,,1 !jI I. JmiHtHeiJ Or 1IIC WMW17A N, HAW OR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., 2I3 SI., i iT.lfaj. Stnu-Mcclil- i? nltrioroMrttnI Tuesday Morning, Soptcrabor 10, 1882 How Oirlt Many. Nearly every girl geU married lomo time or other. That is what alio ex lata for. Half of her early life la apentia fixfug the pointa of tlio wed ilingaad tlio young man in tho caeo is offbut'' secondary importance. After tho girl haa decided that aho will some ing showmen, and their oxhibition in timo lo married, and haa poked fun this city yesterday was proof that they at the wedding of every other girl ehe expect to remain in tbo field for years over knew, and haa informed every to come, as thoy are still working for hodj just how aho will havo matters renutation. A forcer collection of arranged when her turn comes, aho 11 rare animals has never been soea in ready lor the young man to appear. any show visiting this city. The aniShe haa a variety of taatca, too, and mals aro not only what they advertiso there la no accounting for aorae of but they aro in most excellent condi' them. Now and then aho is apparent- tion. Of tho ten olephanta only soven I wo of tuera aro ly content to go to church and havo a were advertised. minister tie tho knot. But a proceed curiosities indeed. The two monster ing like that is too tame by half, and hippopotami aro becoming so cumber frequently aho goes up in balloons, or somo that they will probably bo abanTho down into caves, or ascends high doncd after tho present season. mountains or gets married by tele- giraffe in his soft cushioned cage, and graph. Sometimes, however, she isn't tho two horned rhinoceros attracted a allowed to'get married in juat tho way great deal of admiration. Two newly arrived camels, moro hairy and un aho wants. Then she runs awny. Down in Chattanooga, Tenn., the gainly than tho beast ordinarily seen, other night, thero waa a wedding right havo not vet become accustomed to in tho public streot, just as tho clock circus food and aro going through a struck twelve It was on a Sunday coursoof voluntary- - starvation. Tho flight. 'Miss Katio Morgan had fallen ring performances aro of an unusually so completely in lovo with a young interesting character. Trained horses, man that aho had planned an elope- trained oxen, daring bareback riding, ment. Hut she could not keep the' 'dizzy trapeze acts, a large corps of acrobats, all combined attest to tho yard-wid- e nows,to herself, and it becamo policy of Messrs. and to a pair of stem paSells Brothers. Tho attendanco at the rents and' a" pair ot stern brothers, who determined to prevent anything of afternoon performance was over 7,000 tho sort. They kept their eyes on and at tho evening performance near Kansas City Journal. Miss Ivatio Morgan, and when on tho ly 9,000. At Stanford on Friday, Septem eventful night alio raado half minuto 22. Tho largest railroad show on trips to the window to catch tho to earth. Head tho press opinions of this hergallant swain they began Just a fow great show. prepare for, emergencies. mtnutes'.beforo midnight they caught The Masher Mashed. Thero wero plenty of seats in tho a glimpse of the young man coming up the walk. Katie recognized the csr, but as he waiKCU uown mo aisie form of her lover just about the same ho looked sharply to tho right and time and,rushed out of her room to left until ho reached a pretty girl who the stairway. Just there the stern was sitting alone. "Seat engaged, Miss.?" he asked, parents and the stern brothers were waiting for her. But slid never for an with a knowing wink. "No-n- o, sir," stammered the girl, iiistant minded a little thing like this. She eluded their grasp, missed her foot- looking round in dismay. Down he plumped and braced him ing and pitched headlongdown tho enflight of steps. Of course she wasn't self for the campaign. He was a reg tire hurt, especially as her lover was at ular passenger, and held his commu that moment on the veranda ready tation ticket in his hand. 1" "Shall I open to pick her up and bear her oil. But "Tickets!" roared the conductor, aho had distanced her pursuers, who didn't propose to undertake any such who had watched him from afar. The regular passenger smiled sweetfeat as that, even to prevent a wedding, and before they had recover ly on the pretty girl and put up his ed from their astonishment the pair pasteboard, out of which two rides had reached the pavement, where a were promptly snipped. "Tickets 1" or two minister and a policeman "Hold on I" protested tho regular andaifew, stragglers awaited them. Under the light of a street lamp passenger; "you punched this twice. they joined hands, and when the This lady isn't with me!" "Sorry,"replied theconductor; "but stern parents and tho stern brothers reached tho spot Misa Katie Morgan you walked in, sat down and went to had become Mrs. Lee Hail. This work on tho regular married atylo. wasn't half as excitiug u time as that Supposed of course, it was your wife. enjoyed'by the two young Cincinnati Too late now. Take a vacant seat lovers who had fled to Indianapolis next time. Tickets 1" And the passengers went to the conand then to Chicago and finally to Denver before they were safe. Still ductor and asked him to drink and it was, something to boast of, and offered him cigars, and bought out the the girl who had planned it was doubt train boy for him. less" satisfied. "I knew " they weren't married," But it isn't always safe to roly upon said he, as he squinted at a flask of runaway matches. Now and then the extra prime. "I'vo seen him before, girTwn'tjas successful as Miss Katie but this is the first time it cost hinra Morgan. Sometimes she gets cap- couple of dollars to play it." tured and brought back and locked "Do you know who the lady is?" up in her room and fed on bread and asked an inquisitive mau. water; and that isn't near as romantic "My wife, gentlemen," replied the even as getting married iu church. conductor, and even the flask chuckOn the whole it is best to discard bal- led a merry "glug glug" as ho spoke. a aa a loons and caves and high mountains A story of a Kentucky orator is and marriages by telegraph, and havo Courier-Journathe weddings iu tho customary way. told by the Louisvillo Ho had received 8100 for defending It cau't bo improved upon very much, McLarens, and only 310 from Kagg, not even, by an elopement. who was on trial under the same in " Wh'aY SfiTvtoulJ Do. dictment for larceny. Closing his They were sitting on a log near the appeal to the jury, ho said : "And Hock Bpring. nay it please you, gentlemen of the -- JjAntVyoVJove me?!' ho said. jury, vwhen tho last trumpet noto.is Conyou ask it?" she answered. sounded, and the quick and the dead "I like to hear you say tho sweet arise in tho presence of the Awful words oyer, and: over again," he gur- Judge, on that final day, when the ,J"1 gled. seas melt away, the an"Then I do lovo you and lovo you," earth and the gel of the Lord will be seen kneeling bIio twittered. before the throue exclaiming: 'Mc'.JAeiTJi must leavo you Larens is innocent I McLarens "Don't say it, dear heart, don't say and, suddenly remembering it." client, , he added in a what will my darling do his jAwl, when I am far away? What will she subdued voice, "and also Ragg I" do iii these lonely evening hours withHenry Ward Beecher has answered out mo ?" tho questiou, "Is it wrong for a Chrisg "Ahem 1" aid au old bachelor, ujj from the dark end of tho log, tian todauce?'' in a characteristic and starting off to the hotel, "I'll tell way. "It is wicked," ho says, "when you,what she'll do in these lonely it is wicked; and it is not wicked hours .without you; she'll be aittiug wheu.it is not wicked. In iUolf it nuht out hero on this same log with has no more moral character than another mash, making us big a fool of walkiug, wrestling, or rowing. Bad company, Untimely hours, evil dances, it iu you are." Then he went out may make the exercuo evil; good company, wholesome hours, aim uomo YYiun He Stoop. A friend in influences may make it a very great Macou scuds us n rejiort of tho benefit "old negro who heard By tho test of tho closest averago OfiLip-MtKll'speech. "I follow ho fer you an' work, it requires four bushels and Fus' and a half pouuus 01 deMlluf&ine. but de upshot er all uu torty-sevePat jis' whur wheat to make a barrel ot flour. it Mikthoierhissclf. Detroit 1'iMt. ho stun' ". all-wofoot-atepal. il'in-nocentl- '" ten-dol- lar get-tins Stll$ Brothers' Circus. liko Christmas, came but obco a year, the eagerness which ieir.es peoplo to witness every ring pcrformanco and animal show that comes alone would bo less difficult to account for. In theso days of ingeni ous advertising it if? irapossiblo to iudeo of a tent show in advance Tho reputation of its proprietors in keep ing faith with tho public is tho only cuido in such matters. Sells Brothers havo been beforo tho public M travel Not th . Choice Spirits. If circuses, I utterly reject the common not(ori that the warmest-h'earte- d and noblest and best men oro likely to boWo nnnifintlr lirnr cfltnn drunkard. it 8tiu that tho men who aro ruined by intemperance aro tho choicest and most glorious of tho raco. Tho doc trino is not substantiated by facta ; and its only tendency is, (d lead young men to think that they muit drink, in order to show that they aro choico spirits. On tho contrary, I would eny to every young man, "If you want to demonstrate to tho world your utter worthlcssncss, keep ondnnklng." Who aro tho young men who aro ruined by liquor, aa a rulo 1 Thoy are those who haven't moral courago enough to bear tho ridculo of their companions, who havo not moral principle enough to refrain from what thoy know is wrong and foolish, to whom character and success in lifo aro of less moment than a little present physical gratifi cation, or dissipation in which they do not find much gratification. Who aro tho men who have achieved position, mado money, obtained influence and power, risen high iu tho world, hut thoso who had somo manhood ? It is a ploasant fanoy for drinkers that they aro tho geniuses, and that young men who refuso to drink aro milk-sopmean, stingy, narrow, bigoted, etc.; Rov. John E. Todd. but it isn't true - STANFORD, FRIDAY, SEPT. Tho Beit and most Complete Show in tho World. .Courier-Journal. 21 I NO CHANGE OF DATE ! NO DISAPPOINTMENT ! . THIS BIGGE8T -I OF1 aJCJL. ISIC ! HO"VVftS u AND THE ONI.y BIO BUOW COMING TIIIS YEAIt i ! $ Tallow G'niullo As Superior lo nny Show Hint 1ms over Exhibited Hero ns nn Electric Light is to AUGMlaVJWD AM) KM.AIUaKI) TO SIX TI.Iir.N IT.N roit.M Kit SI.i: I Pronounced by Press and Publio to be tho Finest Tented Exhibition on tho Faco of tho Globe I 1 V S'i- T o J! ser T Of JLj iO t vSa ENORMOUS V KJaL nsro'w TJTITED A STUPENDOUS UNION! lf!l I rulralnllnj In T1 J7j ) JL TT JlLj JTvt ifmm9 --tzS K3 tlL O SI3C RAILROAD SHOWS I ' M ' -- -- a IhiraniMnnl Atlraftloni f AMERICA'S LEADING EXHIBITIONS. Iha I'nllilJrl an-- l UnalirMfMl IViliirnuf . HOSEDHs laiaMLLi'r'; SH ' ''5yals w iiA'iaH'VrSwi ' THREE GREAT aMHTK MiSC StWBSaaa Six Big Circuses ! Six Big Menageries! Six Big Museums! Six Big Aquariums ! Six Big Tents, lII for Ojcl b DaPiico A.3LiaaLissloaa. mi - - IXItKI) I K.IM of -- CIRCUS RINGS CONSTANTLY USED. One Hundred Superior and Startling Acta nt Etc tj rrrformnncc I It wouid Take at least 10 Hours to give Performance In a Single Ring. 6.ITTEBS nml apie, Mil That tcrTlble cnurjre U lt convener, billion rdUlltaptj lection, or the atomadi, lirer nml bowels, iiruductrd Ijy miasmatic air ami' Water are liotli iTuillcutitl and prrrenU'il y the tue of nnlr vrire- Iitettir'a Sli icli Itltlr-ri- , tahla tlUtr. Imloreed tjr iilijaiclan, and more extrtiilrtfy uscl a n nmr.lv Tor the iitx.-- e chli orilfaoril. ra, na well a far many others, than, an) mcdicinr of tbf aire. Fur aalo by all I)rii,nlM and JJialer rwmmwwjmKmtmbm;wv'as Two Hundred Perform ers Appear Daily -- Moro than in any Five other Shows, chief among whom are the Hero Horseman, , DMCDRL. CHARLES Tin Votl.IVan-ultblft- ( Dpanlah FISH ! ! giuirullr. SIGNORITA O-A-IROI- TUTTS PILLS "" ADELAIDE COKDONA THE FRENCH FAMILY DAVENE! TIiohc Uii.mrnllelcrt PnrWIiui JIubi-cIh- , Tho Unlvorsally Itonownod -lsTID 'V7'jlEXlTG-TCDl- r Kunlrlin ilricor . lu9 Head, with a dull aenaatlon in the In k part, Va n under the Uhoulder b.a lo, fullueii alter eattnp. with a dliln-c- l nation to exertion of body or mind, It ritability of temper. Low aplriti, with a fcelineof having neglected lomeduty, A carineaa, Dizzinoaa, 1'luttering at the lloirt. Sou before the eyes. Yellow Skin, Koadache (tentratly over the right eye, lleatlessncu, with fitful dream, highly colored Urine, and TORPID LIVER. oi of Appetite, ISoweU coatiro. Fain la SYMPTOMS OF A The llrllllant TROUPE I IrakaSMlv SIG. DON JERONIMO BELL! LITTLE ALIRIGIIT 'Tli Tba Japanrae Mantl ! I F4t r m Vw Wi Ilonfloj Man ol 3E3CES3FI.R. 33 3E3 CONSTIPATION. Tivcnfy Funny GIouiin, led by Cluirlry Sccly, I. Llale JE3C A. XJ 3Et ! v& 14 TCTT'S ttuch iHi, onedoito effect iiutlincliung of frrlltic u to ntttonUU tho asulTercr, I'll. LSnre especially adapted to Ther Increase !li A;tp tllai.d cam tb bcly t TnUr nit l'lrli. .litis the system Is itiMirUlirtl. nl by ihfir Tonic Action oa Ut llfftilv Orsnna, Rrfxulitr MmI r pro (tucvJ. I'rtce 2i cent. 33 Jlurruy St., X. Y. FXF'Jai JUOUISliTa SOlVUBItaSillTIiT X1?AP13KS, Including High Tom Ward, who leapt over Elephants. fa' - F4 h &PJHM ffil Hj 11 m il ? 3 ' TU1TS IU HAER DYE. Itlm-part- s Our IlAiHon Whukkiu chnd toaOLrawr 1ILACK uyailnKWupiiIlcatlononiiUlJVlL. boM a natural color, uu lmtantanoouly by DniKKtiU, or wnt by expreu on receipt of II, , as Murray mt new York. orru-Kt r.i..u. (Dr. Trrra mcib mlb4 lullbr.iii u kmlpb piiUa. Known LOTTIE The Faiuout Eeiutr t be FI.VINd FAIKY. who KlIeiAcroai tlir Auailorum.oTrrorrat. b (lira like a Mini, UIym 100 Feet into the Net, Juiu 70 Into the Air, ate. JL.lZ"ltiJtt I m rrt And moro oilier Slur l'orrormorn lliaii In Five ordinary 111k Miout.; .Seven licaiilirul Performing NIhIIIoiin.u lienl oI'hIv PerlormliiK C'oN orudn Cattle, Kdneated tiirad'eM and Zelinm and the onlv Perloriu- - (alUr 'n-t- i M.vf B WWVA lSJLW?MfrXrnrt., lBJataBfTV LANE & BODLEY CO. In tho Monagorio, which is tho LARGEST ON EARTH, and Enibracos moro Raro Animals than all othor Shows combined, and actually moro than in any Zoological Gardon in EUGOLD ROPE OR AMERICA, may bo found tho only pair of LIVING HIPPOPOTAMI, a pair of TOWERING LIVTHE AWARDED Iiir Illppoiiolami. L7V7 W sW,WaPMLrJKiiiBl MEDAL It UBI. full-grow- n BV ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, an thus Steam Engine and Saw Mil Manufalturtrt.if SUaw Engines. Dollars Baw MilU, (Ian VJJifr, Lath MachfoM. lluu aaif BUI, which no Mil for XlBlMttJ at ,U4BU RHINOCEROS, FOUR GIANT OCEATf SEA LYONS, a Ilord or FOURTEEN nUOE ELEPHANTS, SIXTEEN AKABIAN CAMELS, TWO CHESTED OAMELS.tho Urat ovor soon. SNOW.wniTE buffalo, afrtoan f.t.awtih wvr.n. TWO-HORNED ING GIRAFFES, ovor soon, a apair of WOOLLY PIVE-TON ELEPHANTS, tho first and Spoke Machinery, Hhaftint llany.rf, Hi Uearlnr.Urlitand HourMlllt nrad rur nptciftl urrmar vi vur iv. . uiaiiwa IIAU, POLAR DEARS, and iraals ovor soon anywhoro. Ilfty-oig- ht inonstor Iron-Boun- d Cages lHlod with tho Finest Collodion of Carnivorous and Horbivorous An chinery. Iltuitratcil Virtutart Special attmtton siren to Vlantation $200. 1rtt. Qui . THREE ;""? '& IMMENSE ! RAILROAD Three 30-T- -- TRAINS. It. The Largest Number of Can Ever Used by any Railroad to Transport It. Ma- Locomotives Used to Haul FIVE HAN 1S OF MU8IC ' lOO GKEAT NOLO ITU7NICI.tlTN IN IXi"uiUnll'nttnlt 11i OIUIIi:STltA. LANE & BODLEY CO., John Jt H'uler HI:, Cincinnati, BEAUTIKL'!, BlCIf, IOKOE(llS. STAltTMKO, WONDEKFUt. l'AHADK. Inrloic flra llanJi nf Mmlc, I'LUMK-TOI'I'KTI1IAI. WAVII tlKHI'l.KNUOU, (iij;oa, tweotT ltmI Hold I'liarluta. fjurtwli liujie hln-hiut- i Inroral hi.n.l.,.. ri.. il.nr..i ii ".,,,1,1 T.i.laan i,f lUiiiul.la atul hertwitt ot llmutr. IntrolutliK TIIU lilali, ntryliii 3I K.'S hlnh in iliainari..i...t, ...J '.Z'l''iii'. '.' '".ueauHiui. J. A' AJItiltiVA. ilua Aquarium Can. at larija aahuutra, drawn IIitoiiicIi fin ilrreU; Teleacopa Hiailola Ul a lauy, ant mora aeiiuuanai a liu)rl. Knuuia inaoiuniue' lain iwuin uepannig irom lllil. All arauue. of Irani aro ciowilc-1- , Kkwili cluae, JU"""r '" "' lxtu"'luu "" 11 rllru"J' ' a joyful JuhlU (lili Ua?" U work iSin5S iK a ft HPIainEnglishl HERE EX5KESSEDI S jr-T- Itustuu Fltf ClICUlM UUJ TNI KIT nBi,lt,u.n.fViMjt,nUl uftAdtha W.miiaf dlraeu.1 o4 Ikay coratUUIr curfj ma In about sua Irom la lli 1 uimttHtotei ualal thaia I Uwia box to alaap wall aad I coaUauad to uaa all thaOct. with ltfl aod aloca that tlmai rooilant I Data (alt Ilka a Daw uaa. I IrulT how that manl ol luSarara lil had oat that lau haia a .KJillio 1m tba waaknaat aad ta curad b tha taua. aarroua Ita.icttultr Voura. H 8 You a 111 sot puMUb mj nama but i.araona Ult. lotf Y9U luar a rata. fa t to ma aoit I wilt atttaar IhaaL , Kaaul.jBiMKth.lM. mt To every yoiuwr, middle aice or old man troubled with nervoua or physical debill ty or impotence aealed circular la aent ft ee. Hand full addraaa on poatul card to HARRIS REMCOV CO. St. Loula, Mo. Wa want your addraui. You nad our rcuiady. Saua aud ta couvtacad of thla. r Ana in. n A favoi ..- moat notad and uoeo.arul .nacialUti In tha O. (now ratircdi lor tbacuraof JlTarvou UmhlUtUi aud Haoaw. Baul fcial stanhood. Ir aa,..aaaUtuiguu (au Oil it, Ialaaalad auvatojVaa. Addria DH. WARD 4 CO., Uulaliai. Ma. 0i FREE! SELF-CUR- E .jMiti. .r a THE DISEASES OF - YOUTH and IV MANHOOD warns tue mm irauir. jwu win w IC mmmmmB mm mm v AOUlDEtTO HEALTH-WITH- shws ums? $ r'i Hull I iuiImiu .ian.rli.iiiu HBBTTS.X. (iiU ai Itiu and aiahl t.ul vat Hrxiitur llook vrhh Drnira, In ' aud tliollU 111 It lluiu- AJdrtu buii.. whlili it eaiMim. lKa liu V A HI EkJKjz 1 .a miT lgA of it uIS'WSKSKT uj iiaiiuiDiriuoa 'fhlH Khow KxlilbUH AU AdverllHCH, i. mi.i. HRreeMlB and KefUHdllio Money II U 1'hIIh, in Hiiy roMiifl, lo I'lilllll Un l'rowlun. Wo UaiuUlu, .ruiltlrJ wllUtliii Bhow. THE PUBLISHER, Boa 214, Milwtakaa, Wli.