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For 1) Thero nro nowhimst- Gostlrcincai, Tho following statistics of tho good President Jackson, in a message to cal dismisKals or groundloM comHick lfwdafiifl, plaints. Ho is, nevertheless, moro old winters aro curious: In 101, tho Congress used tho following languago: "W IKto&jBP Chronlo HUr- If. P. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor rhmo, Jaundice. Distinctions in society will always completely master ot tho situation lllack Sea was entirely frozen over. In Imparity of the T. R. WALTON, Butinett Manager than perhaps any other managing edi- 7C8, not only the Black Sea, but tho exist in ovcry goverpment; equality of IIIcmmI, VeTff r ami Straits of tho Dardanelles, were frozen wealth, of talent, or of education, can Ague, Malaria, tor ol a metropolitan journal. DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS, anil all l)laaae( I'ulilUliril Ttirmtnv 'VMiiif, Ho not only has a noso for nows, over; tho snow in somo places roso not bo produced by human institutions; & JE rauaed lir 1)- but a noso for brain those nover fail fifty feet high. In 822, tho great riv- in tho full enjoyment of tho gifts of rangemtnt of Urer, Howcl. afelKldncja. Opora Houso Block, Ky., H'J.flO 1M3II ANNlUIi HTMITOMS OP A DISKASKTl MTER. of appreciation, and, twhen nccompa ers of Kurope tho Danube, tho Klbo, heaven, and the fruits of superior inTI3ATjT3IIH Had llraath, I'aln In I he SH, aonitlinui lha mlstaVtn for nled by Industry, of reward""ot his etc were so hard frozen as to bear dustry, economy and virtue, every nln l flt under th Cmmett 0, Logan-OnH'Iiioh, DritKH, WhII I'Hpor. Khcumatismi general Iota of appetite, Howell Mualcnt hands; and no man ever enjoyed moro heavy wagons for a month. In 850, man is equally entitled to protection Knerally coiuvc. fimetimei alternating with last IlAokM, I.lfiunrN, CliciHlralH, IiiMritiiicutft, It troubled with pain. Is dull and hearf . of tlio leading lights In tho CIkhi-n- , u tho Adriatic was frozen. In 091, eve- by law; but when the laws undertake 1'alnlM, NlHlloncrr, I'eckrt i'.ii. fully than ho tho confidence of his wiim tuiuiucram. tow 01 mmmvrjt accompanieu with painful tenution of (caring utijontlomcthlnc NoHpH, OIIh, TolmcroM, profession to lay fi Ctitllcry, nowapnper rything was totally and just which ought to been donej a 1'ciTunicry, MhcIiIho y,, - v failed, and frozen; the cropspestilence to add to these natural distinctions, ad-to and fluahed facehareaomctlmee an .light, dry cough I,hiiiih, Fire Arm, la attendant, often niaiingiiig cUtnr of OjiJiOgnn, famine and vantages artificial AectUcH. Km melt kogafa is the real life and mltuken for consumption! the patieot complains and debility j nervous, easily surtledj tho Louisvillo Courier-JournaThe Our Jonclrr. Sllrerirnro antl Kstlcal (Jonils Denartmcnt Is In Charge of Col. In 10G7, tho roost of grant titles, guarantees and exclusive of weariness burning, sometimes a pricVly sensation soul df tho dmnVr-Jbirna- i. feet cold or fcMr. closed tho year. Tlio?. Mellaril, ttIiowIH Jtcpalr Matches and Clocks rronintly and in the beit of the skin exists, spirits are low and despondent, career of thin mode younjrjournnliat Wottcrson'a star still shines to the tho travelers In Germany wcro frozen privileges to mako tho rich richer, and and, although satisfied that exercise would be bene style. comincncoil soino ton yean ngo, when ooe can hardly summon up brtitudc to f,clal,vet outsido world, but somo ono has said on tho roads. In 1133, tho Po was tho potent more powerful, tho humblo try It In fact, distrusts ererV remedy Several ho started at tho littlo town of Hhclliy-villcl the above symptoms attend the disease, but cases bo put out, frozen from Cremona to tho sea; the members of society, tho farmers, methat though Sirius should hare occurred when but few of them ealsted, yet examination after death has shown the liver to Ivy., tho Counmt, n local anil wo tcrrestials would bo nono tho wiser wlno casks wero burst, and even tho chanics and laborers, who have neither have been extensively deranged. literary weekly of very high order. for years. Its light would lost longer trees split by tho action of the frost the time nor the means of securing It should be ueed by all persona, old and Ho had then juat como out ol Welli- than itself. So, too, young--, whenever any ot tho above wcro n new star with immenso noiso. In 123G, tho tho like favors for themselves, have a symptoms appear. ngton nnd Leo Univcrilty, Vn., to como into thciflrmnniint, its;ught Danulo was frozen to the bottom, and right to complain of tho Injustice of Has Juat Oponod a Flno Stook of Persona Traveling or Living; In TJn wMro ho stood fairly both its a claulo tnlght"not rcacjriw'for pgM'.i 1 ia remained long in that stato. In 131G, their government. Thero aro no ncc healthy Icalltlea,Xy taking a dote occasionally to keep the Urer In healthy action, will avoid al ami literary scholar. Viit hU chief tho crops wholly failed in Germany; cssary evils in government its evils all Malaria, lllllona attack., Dimness-- Nausomuwhat thus in journalism tho sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It distinction thero was won by his wono wheat, which somo years leforo sold exist only in abuses. If it would will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no In individual light ot tho real illuminaderful fluency as a speaker. At tho itsolf to equal protection, and as toxlcatlna; beverage. tor of n paper is slow In reaching the in Kngland at six shillings tho quarter, Consisting of ir You have eaten anything; hard ot middle of his first session ho was chosroso to two pounds. In 1339, tho heaven does its rains, shower down its digestion, or feel heavy after meals, or alcep eyes of tlio masses oi men. If .a at night, take a dose and yeu will be relieved. en as ono of tho society orators, and It may bo somo years yet, but if crops failed in Scotland, and such a favors alike on the high and low, rich Tlmo and Doctors Illlle will be aared electrified his largo and critical audiho lives tho day will dawn when Km- famine ensued that tho poor wcro re and poor, it would bo an unqualified by alwaya keeping the Itegulator ence by an oration on Lord Byron. In the House mett Logan will bo known to nil the duced to feod ou grass, and many per blessing. Nor is our government to For, whatever the ailment may Ibe, a thoroughly From that time onward Ixigan was world as a worthy successor not only ished miserably in tho Golds. Tho be maintained nor our union preserved safe purgative, alteraUve andIs tonlo can never be out of place. The remedy harmless Ho was tho prido of tho famous. were by invading tho rights and privileges and doea not interfere with business ot to Henry Watterson, hut to that oth- successive winters of pleasure. -whom thero wcro a Kcntuckians, of Also, a Nico Lino of-er, tho poet editor who was far great- uncommonly severe. It onco snowed of tho several States. Its truo strength IT I rUItEtT VFOETAnTX, And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or great many at tho University, the idol In lies in leaving individuals and States Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effects. he, and whoso, famo' will al- forty days without interruption. er, than & of tho ladles, and perhaps tho most tho wiae distributed to tho sol ai much as possible to themselves. In A Governor Testimony, ways blazo upon tho pages o journalSimmons Liver Regulator has been In use tn my popnlnr student of tho fbur hundred I am oponing daily a Full lino ol tho Dost Goods in tho Markot.to bo diers in Flanders was cut with hatch making itself felt, not in its power, family fur some time, and I am satisfied It Is a Modern Argo. istic history. sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxamino. valuable addition to the medical science. who wcro thero from nil over tho the winter was roost but in its beneficence; not in its control, ets. In 108-1- , J Giu. Snoaim, Governor of Ala. "Thero aro 100 hypodermic syringes excessively cold. Most of tho hollies but in its protection; not in binding Bouth. With his striking faco and TIM W- - HIGGINS, Salesman. Hon. Alexander II. Btenhena, of Ga., says: Have derived some benefit from the use of distinguished figure ho stands six sold jiowfor each ono j that SwtM a wero killed,'' Coaches drove along tho the States moro closely to tho center, Simmons Liver Regulator, and wuh to give it a further trial. feet two Mtii shoes aided by a man- purchaser ft 16w ycara'ago, salda deal- Thames, the ice of which was eleven but in leaving each to move unob"The only Tiling; that never falls to Relieve.' I have used many remedies for Dysand fascinating, these er in surgical instruments n few morn-inir- s inches thick. In 1709 occurred tho structed in its proper orbit. ner peculiar pepsia, Uver Affection and Debility, but never nave fcnnd anything to benefit me to the extent since, leaning over his showcase cold winter. The frosts penetrated things wcro not to bo wondered at. Simmons Uver Regulator has. 1 sent from Min. to Georgia tor it, and would send further for but rather cyni- lull of gleaming tools. "People have three yards Into the ground. In 171G, Tho e'troiig-rainde- d; It is ordinarily supposed that a ncsotaa medicine, and would advise aU.who are sim TheLAEGEST STOOK of WATO&ESAOCKS, JEWELRY such llarly affected to n re It a trial as it seems the only daughter of tho'lnto Ocn. discovered that they are not only of booths were erected and fairs held on wound in tho heart is immediately facal, eldest thing that never fails to relieve. AND NHYVEinVAKE P M. Jannit, Minneapolis, Minn. 1L K. Lee, was his most enthusiastic good icrvico in tho alleviation of the ThamesIn 1744 nnd 1745 thd tal; but after Tom Adams, a promiDr. T. XV. Slaaon aaysi From actual ex. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and admirer, and Immediately after tho pain, such as sciatica, for in- strongest ale in England, exposed to nent mining operator of Wood Ilivcr, pcrience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In Jewelry Bepalred on short notice, and Warranted. my practice 1 have been and am satisfied to use and prescribe it as a purgative mcdiane. great "llyron Speech," claimed him as stance, hut that they aflord a conve- tho nir, wa .covered in less than fif- Utah, had received a large sized bul-- lake only the ho U no doubt In- - nient sort of respectable intoxication, her protege and Genuine, which always teen minuted with ico au eighth of an let through that organ from a pistol ' Z Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mar- k dehted to tlio influence of tho highly or exhilaration, to speak moro pojito-Iy- . inch thick. "Mb 1809, nnd again in in tho hands of Frank Brown, ho . of J. It. ZEILIK A CO. .,i 11V ALL DRUGGISTS Good young men the kind tf 1812, the 'winters were remarkably knocked his adversary down and beat cultured social coterie of which ho thus becamo tho ceutral star, (or much young men who would look with hor- cold. In 1814 there was a fair on tho him severely. Third parties finally C1IUKCII DIUECTOB.Y. interfering, Adams walked off to a of that genuine refinement of mind and ror upon n glass of honest whisky, frozen Thames. . drug shop, where he suddenly fell feeling that has over marked tho man and would not for worlds bo seen enB' A CASum Coukt. While look- dead. It was found that the bullet METHODIST, SOUTH. Riv. J. 8. Bins,night. Sunday moralngand and journalist. tering n barroom aro very frequently 1'rarer MeetlnnTburadar oil nia. BunaayBcni a. u. J. 8. Sluia, Superintendent. ins His venture in weekly journalism slaves to this peculiarly insidious and ing through tho judgment and order bad completely pierced bis heart. His at Woman's meets here on book of Hon. Thomas P. Hill, Jr., murder is described as nn unusually Sunday InMissionary Soclotr o'clock. Mrs. the 1st each month, at 1 T. T. was intrinsically highly successful; but deadly phase of the opium habit. And Judge of the Stanford City Court, the sad occurrence for ono of that kind, Daviess, 1'iealdtnt. to K;tty local rivalries galled his high it seems practically impossiblo OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. BAPTIST. 1UV. J. M. Bauer, Pastor. Services camb upon a case styled because he had closed a large mining night. Iraycr and lourth Sundays, morning and spirit nnd detracted in great measure awaken to a consciousness of its. inev- other day,jro afterMeeting "Tho Commonwealth of Ken- transaction, and with the profits was noon. Sunday School at 9 mja. WednesdayBarrow II einbruccH SiHpIc niul Fancy OroccrlcM, Patent ami Fauilly 30 at. U. E. from tho financial returns of tho itably ruinous consequences ono who lliusly: Superintendent. Wo in- about to Flour, Meal, Itacon and I.ard, Tobncco anil CIkiii-h- , WoodOaurant.' So'that In course ol a year onco bocomoi addicted to il The tucky vs. one Black Hog." start for Chicago to meet his ilUKISTIAN-Worsh- ip by ttoe congregation ev- quired what the hog had dono to in wife, from whom ho had long been VJ try Ionri day. I'reachlng by ur. J, W. Cox en, lVUlow and Tinware, OIiikh and UuceiiHware. Canned or two ho abandoned tho enterprise drunkard and tho opium cater, or on First and Third Lord's davs. Sunday School me peace anu uignuy oi me sopa rated. at IS. Jot. Stverance. SuparintendtnU and becamo au attache of tho Cburicr-Journa- laudanum drinker nro much easier of jure Good) ot all kinds a specially. Itcniciubcr the ilnce,'uTHe bOUTH. K.v. I. 8. Commonwealth, and wero informed PKESBYTEBIAN, School at 9 John reformation than tho person who gets A young man with ono oye met a ltout, buperintendent. Union Prayer30 Meeting W. on Corner Store." black vagabond had been His first work was ai collator of tho accustomed to throwing a few drops that the girl on a Wednesday nlghU. loitering aWut the streets of Stanford poorly clad and To taio main in corn taml or any ordinary land no vreitaralwn u nealtd where thU imiJement Y. Sun. Southern and Kentucky news columns, of morphia undcrhisskin.-- N. askit until; iwiptt drive intalhefitld and go to work seeding. without visible means of support. He wharf in Baltimore. He kindly which ho soon mado tho most attractThe was not sold under the vagrant act, ed what was the mattor. She hesitaTltKATMKNT OK DirHTHUIUA. ive and eagerly read features of that Medical l'tut says that Dr. Deukcr, for it was considered ho woald not do ted, and then being urged to speak EDWARD H. OX. Fropr., Gov. Afterward paper. years of very much at breaking rock or working on out, said that a clairvoyant had told NorUi-Eiwho, during twenty-fou- r Corner ot Main and Third Streets, Underwood began tho publication of to oxtensivo pracllco in tho Children's tho railroad, so he was led by the left her to go to that spot at that time DANVILLE, KENTUCKY IhotiWcdbjJnldligwcr nt Howlstranger, who would Hospital, St. Petersburg, has treated ear to a safe distance.' without the lim meet a Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. ing Green, employing as its editors I'. which she Having recently refitted my rooms with all of the ask her to marry him, modern Improvements, I now have the the upward of twb thousand cases ol diph its of tho town, where an overdose of would consent to do, and long happi G. Logan and II. Polk Johnson theria and tried all the remedies, both boot toe was administered. It is said Finest Gallery In Central Kentucky! AfaLing the lesl and ehrajtext implemait eier produced. An impltment that it inditptnuable in latter o'no of'tho most felicitous writInternal 'nud oxte'rnal, employed in Judge HilCan old Central University ness ensue to both. Of course he (.very crop cultivated. When yon visit Danville, don't fall to call and ate ers in Kentucky, nnd a man largely Iteapectfully, ' this affection, has obtained tho best re-- graduate, presided with great dignity, could not doubt her story, for was he me. r endowed 'With that raronua)ity, not there with his ono eye? He mado EDWARD II. FOX, suits from tho following method, which Richmond Kegkter.' tact. -Photographer Ky. Geological Survey the nronosal of marriaeo and next ,. h & M has lay-A- s soon found Hut tboCWiVr-Joiimp- l day the wedding was held. soon as the white spots appear on nro al. Umt tUMcal c, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, that without Logan thero was an Immainly ' In ita machinery tho tonsils ho gives a laxat.vo A Winder. Blaine has now won t0 bo found liuthe ,argC9t cUlM( portant', DEPOT 8T..8TAVFOBD, KY., composed of senna, which produces au t, iufou nQ bo further his fight. Ho has again become the gone So be was offered tho liighcH abundant evacuation. A henthe pur- - fromorrecl The same idea is en- - roost prominent figure in nctivo poli.,.,W!NE, osition ia itgift fan,induccment ceaseu no give com ..-.,- , gawvo eueci tics. He Is tho man of success in this DKAUttlX afTvMi. althWh it would 6f course Mr. Vattewou, to return, drinks, acidulated with hydrochloric be easy to ftlul jnQre'lhan one town in bra, When so many of the leaders are Monument, as editor and part owner, U presumaUeadstonca, acid, and every two hours a gargle auy State ijilch has proportionately a in adversity. Having completed his Tablets, Ac. bly a more important functionary than Marble Work composed of limo water and hot milk now hinds ot all executhofVJl njaqagiog editor, bit on ac- in equal parts. Dr. Deuker affirms larcer uumbcr'of able lawyers than victory toin 1)6,his own State, is,hoready th 8ullty Harrow and 6eedtr Th. AILIon neatly and doubtless any of its (eadiag elites have. The ought count of tho' former's frcquont nnd ted and For lens money than rrwutml lootlam a grain drtli,tehicn can only It utilized tn wic city, guarthat1 wfien this trcattnont is commencj tho at tho cal o'C the. party at any of the same thing rs fruo intlie case of anteed, De ihi implement can be had, trnicA trtV put in all lindt of tmall grain in the my Utt manner in prolonged Absences, (o the Hut, lto ed early It is generally and , rqpidly signs and estl. the beat gram drill made. clergy. Tfce lawyerlTaml clergy know points of dangor. He is needed In entire tuaiiagtnent of tho paper Is now m.iaafurnlsh' r"lTVaBs3EgtTstjaw ed on applica lea time and tri'A leta labor than stressful., ;. ' this bolter tHah" thlTfaynien, and often New York; he is needed in Pennsyl In fact, Mr. in Logan's hands. iy tion. A icarpenlor qf, Niamey ;Frauco, act on it. It is a fact that a very vania; he is needed in Virginia. , a great deal of credit for spicy and original things that he never whilo making somo repairs to an old largo number of tho men prominent Baltimore American. SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL Jtauset initho city recently, fdisnmred to day in all the professions had their "Talk about stopping tho drinking LogaulflircSift riier'Is1 ihdrvii $ecfttVpacViu t$ MH- training in stsnllistewns and earned babiQ 6f tjie, people?" exclaimed the this recess rolls of gold amounting in most of theirMlistinetlon whilo living lecturer, "there Is but ono way to" do in thoso terse, pointed editorial para.? graphs ou current events Suspired valuo to $00,000.' Tho carpenter thero. it; you'ruust remove thecause." "True have prpo&et) to djvidpjthU; jumjU, the by' law rclegraphlo Tiewa-MhMaiikkt RiEtoiujrMrs. Parting f r you, ol' fel," shouted a demoralized lleies. apjwared every day for tho past two owner of tho houso. Then it was dis- ton says she caa'tft understand these liearer, ' trtie fn you. 'That's waz years in that journal, nnd which hnvo covered that tho rolls of gold wore 'ere market report. Sho cau under- 1'vo beeu trying ter do all ray life. THfE GREAT NERVINE It U Mi l.raxlr 1'ixlllou of Teeth and l.rer wblleal wurk. contributed quito us much to ita re- wrapped in papers on which was stand how cheese can be lively, and Brlag on.yerxauie If you want it. re tlauHliruiuatlaus. la Valuful luluiluUiy as.. ie...llj of say olo.r (llwiuww l, HU"a M Mttves U pto have the bett Harrow m 'Jltenly detaching ot 'Marssicr," a pork can bo nctiveand feathers droop moved." ordiwritten th" nmo ue.siDim.diaUr.IUf. markable recent successes as tho - ... Tnohcc going oxer the the Seeder you an irdinary hatrou will theuoild, one tkatuiUdo vmcwt .; yround than ll r.lll.vv. Aainissau tn u dozen, betide doing the trort Brnttb,aul llylrlr faster und vtth wore cute. nnd uniquely noted miser, who had lived in the ingthat is, If it's raining; but how l' nary bright, graceful Heart. UUoHrl HVwt Tlicrocowned.by wTlUIawklns, HuinwlUUly a.l lla sori iHalife.fe4iiiluct' Tho'llcVa'oY'lhe'ini. whisky cau be tTcady, or hops quiet, er.l hours toasp.rl.ac. Ili.Ir Un.Srl.l .rt.ct. olegaut articles or tho occasional jer- lWdsM fn 1773. r- usra mn for BHl'NKr.NIKM. of Anderson county, which has gained .Irais !" ky und whimsical vagaries of Henry eor hearing of the finding of tho lost or spirits dulshe'can't see; neither TUVMKIIL such a notoriety because its weights (umllkUUI ld bfllii, liv.l lij.tciausall over the ill v v" Watterson. Indeetl there nro few, if treasure, brought suit to reclaim it, how lard can ho firm in warm weath ir W41U Il.i Mlii MvaHvM,l IM l't(MarJ ib are bqttlcs filled with fine old whisky, couitlrr W. II. AIMII.KI.MT, AIMMIIr7, UArTl,U who can and hnvo won tho caeo. Tho carpen-te- r er, nor iron unsettled, nor potatoes de any, lttft.BilisuM ( it uc fd I ft i iruuUr Aik jtrur I'lUfgUi was, says a corresjiondeut of the Am, and his employer therefore get pressed, noiwHour-rwilest there equal him in this lino of work thero " brought from England ovor a century sw 1 are none that can surpass him, not nothing. had been yearpatta It sometimes ago. It is a reraarkubly fino piece of Stanford Female College. even Cockerill, of tho J'otl Dlalch. Near the villago of Kirkmausville, it would uot Hse'tieafT workmanship. STANI'OKD, KY. Ono of tho peculiarities oi tho man Is in Todd County, Ky., there lives a In tho chief court of law in GranaITMisTar 1882 has been u freahneaa. "Homer man who bus twice learned tp walk, his never-fadinda, Spain, there used to be a picture ilfnary year foV lire! Tbl eetimaied With a Full Corps of Teachers, sometimes nods" Logan nover, And twlco ionrued to talk, is blind Tn one of a disrobeifjuVrfwitli a largo bundle losse in tho United, States for tho 8 TbltlnstllutUn will ojwn Its Thirteenth feesslon yot few managing editors In America oyo, is deaf in one ear, is married to of papers gulbs?a Unudijr Iu beidcuiker neiU unite, hhuarni, and certain, months foot up more thau 801,000,- workod than he. Thero his aunt, which .makes him cousin to nro harder words prococdiug out of his mouth, of foslllou of TmIU and Leur wbll. not Iu uw. tho av AIX TUE UUANCUK8 OF X ure never auy occasions for apologies, his children, uncle to his brothers and which thcsQfare a - translation : "I 000, Or $7,000,000 wore tkau After jJanting your crop, by nutating Ain teeth you can thoroughly pulierut lit toil, cultiratt for four years. u ill do. u thing that the uccaU run of corn at soldom any corrections, never auy ac sisters and cousins, brother-in-law- . to who won my suit, dm now stripped erago THOROUGH ENGLISHCOUHSE and deMcoystated, here in imj impUuieat that a f be used in CKyno other cultivator out that u rL crop cultitated and can u an At first cidental variations from the policy of his father and mother, for to tho skin; whst the, must bo the come and let it, get a wi Louiitillo, celled in none by any other implement; durable and ample. Llttk Harry Miner, of tuiiuers, Are Uubt, m well u tho paper, nover any uurovlsed cor- further Information call on tho gen- fate ol him ..jfjwjost It?" Spauish tried to commit suicide br haugiag pie and try it. If it does not do vhat tee claim for it, we do not want your money. MUHIO, TUB LANaUAOEU. UHAW-IN- Q respondence, uover any "bad breaks" tleman himself. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. AND l'AINTINO. Chicago Tlraos. litigation would sec onto be almost as himself in a wood shed because his ' . -of auy kind under his managemoiit. R. 1L WEAREN, Ajt. Riehmond, Ay W. I WITHERS, Aijt..lMUcaster, Ay wowldu't lot hi we tba recent expeuslvo a luxury Mpur own. UREEN A WILLIAMS, Aqtt., lluttoncdle, Ky. MODERATE. A numbor of farmers in this section ' Though sore)y trtal in nerve by tho big iirocesriou in that city. I hare cultivated my crop of'on thit teamt with tht Hon. T. B. Montgomery" i Testimonial. As tho old.pof trait ef Gov. Shelby, ii constant and cruel strain, yet it is sel- havo contracted to deliver tomatoes to In Tuition, price, rang, fruiu t3 la IU In Ik Combined Cultivator, Harrow and Sieder and can any without hesitation thut it it tht best pen- regular lruiiucnu. rriuary, iu, luwriuuuia,. Albion A Jersey veteran la claiming a dom that his temper becomes milled canning establishments in Cincinnati iu the KentuckyJSeuate Chamber was harrow or cultivator I haw ever tttn. Urn plow ten acre if corn a day with all ease. It does its frvirsKuy, JUI, and UuIIeglal., IVM. worl perfectly, and I can cluerfully reeomuund it to wy farmer friends. Thot. 11, Huidgvuuryx cents u bushel. The bclug cleanoJTj4tAwk, a painting of sion and seveuteeu years' arrears on while at bs oflicial desk. Ills man nt twenty-fiv- e for full iarUculars, h Is Board, dc, aJJreas 1,'60Q to D.000 Abraham vacrificing Isaao was discor-c- ttio ground pf 'chronto lazinest," Tit tow gia'm with this Seeder no extra hand in mpsired to clean it from filth as this it all Jtai ners aro uniformly urbano, nyo gentle, coulracts raugo from HRN. N. V. TKIIKIIKAKT, Prlsicliatl, by tht di tier tctlAoiil stopping or gttting off hit teat. oUoloril, Llncolo Co., Ky, iu tlio army. N, Y, Sun. ou tho back of it. Commonwealth. of hU score, or inoro pf Inishok Cov. tn every ono a STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22,1882. 80. jppl, leOBERTS&STAGG Stanford, ''' ShouUlcr-lUd- in Km-tno- tt fellow-laborer- l, jf A E. P. OWSLEY , con-fiu- BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS PENNY & McALISTEK, ex-trc- ' j -- , GROCERS, St. Aaph. BlocR. Stanford. l. -- Kx-Leu- t. Excelsior Art Rooms f st . HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. tiece: jEL.xttxoisr one-eye- d neSfs-pape- lt s. emploH-fbrlheliitrteiryear- Zng cog-whe- g j w Spring-Too- a -- wITOn mwm ...., AuiM-tlt- a . sssjsaw Dg "I'lnrlTwM BlV g yk'' i rf ii, -- aud--we- ll, pa-rtju- .- TERMS d con-traqt- NOTES OF.CURRENUEVENTS. renswcoJa itfKtuljroVltcl fcr the tow siiflercgi. Ji ICY. Friday Morning, September 22, 1882 WiP. WALTON, EDITOR km Massachusetts Risliop for QoTcrnor. rs. Jj nominated Ylj IWR. St. Nicholas Hotel, Lexington, sold to ce!. At'nlght tuany hundreds' went laws, The Lexington JVnnwrtj) his unable to obtain seats. steam presses and a. new outfit. .. foiuT 1 "am" vefy glad to write negro in Virginia Iim challenged A young men, of whom Willie Is one, start ytvOuK gallant young representative John Vf. Woltt. a repabKcM (or iiIm). to begin an day after HecrfUirj'KIaer In Hcrcn'nieaksjslias iiaJCongroM, Hon. P. B. Thompson, evangelistic tour through the mountains g paid about $1W,w0,0W ot .Tr.,ifca ,for tlio third time by tlio The quartette are of East Tennessee. t jtkmqcrHoy of this district been mado debt. young and Inexperienced, but full of seal, The reps, hate nominated 73ilaa F. No man of his its atnmlard-bcare- r. more truth than I did, and know Miller for Congress) in the Louls'llle ilia when the Evangelllng fire entered my very age in Kentucky lias bcon ao compli- trjet. bones. God bless the dear "boys." They mented and nono has so well earned An explosion of fire damp In a mine came forward at one of the afternoon meethis laurels. He has dono splendid near Dortmund, German, killed twenty ings last week to take entire consecration icrvico (or his party and for his dis persons. to their work, from the open hand of Mar-aliOcorge Dercra, aliol br the city trict in Congress nod on all questions JCSUS. Starling thus, I feel sure they of Ueofgeton, dled,from tfie cllcif of looking to tlio enriching ol (ho few nt will succeed. Their names are C. C. Palm ,i tho expense of tlio many, has always hla wound, er (the singer), T. C. Barnum, L. Garver Ikni lluller has been nominated for and Willi Barnes. Palmer has a lovely beep .found at tho front advocating GoVsrnor bj the MasMchhsctla Democravoice and knows how to use it for Jesus. equal rights for all and cxclusivo priv- cy on a broad platform. JUrnum, has a limited experience in pub Ilileges fur nono. His ability has been A Kansas, strocco la flowing Across lie speaking. Garver and Willie aie very recognixed and ho not only commands linois, drying erery thing up and causing new beginners. All are In dead earnest, or tho respect, but tho attention of the Intense. Battering among humanity. rather live earnest, and full of preparation Jere Lee, Jhe Chief of Follce of Frankfor the campaign. My loom Is sort of Ifaietnbera of Googress, without regard fort, died from the eflecla of tho wetwds headquarters for tho dear fellows, and I Upsutyjifii!iatkn. The feet that ho recelred while parttaff a pair of hellejeeents. yralch them with a delight not unniingled tnai? Secretary of the National was Senator Christlancy has atlaatfbeen with a pathetic interest, as I rtnVt on how Congressional Committee k sufficient granted from the ted 'headed much their Inexperience has to learn, and assurance of how well ho stands with Treiaury girl whom he was fool enough to In how rough a school they will learn it all. We go out to Plalnfield, 15 miles away, his own party. The equal, if not tho marry. There teems 1o.be fataepldemtc to preach at a Boys' Reforms1 Superior of W. O. Bradley, Esq., in ; raging among Hie. lpape.ni. tory located there. About 400 young souls ' every respect, he will be ablo with a Twelve have died since Spring. Elita to meet. My heart goes out for them. No just causo and a proud and honored bethtown News. telling how long we shall stay. The LORD At Mount Alrr. N. C. durine the Der- party record to hold up, to prove moro will direct. All well and happy. PRAISE formance of OrfobV circpy tho scats Jell op.than a match fur his THE LORD. Ever In Jesus. ponent. We predict his triumphant with 1,500 people. Fifty persons were Geo. O. BxitNia. Injured. election by a largely increased majoriThe following was received by telegram Col. OLE. Sears waa indicted Tuesday WAYNE COUNTT. at this office yesterday: ty, but aVtho eamo timewould remind for shooting at with Intent to kill John iNMANAr-OMs- , Monlicclh. 8err. 21. Meeting closthe democracy that we havo a wily foe, Gainca and the lattter waa Indicted for carEx Jailer W. B, Wright baa moved to ed Isst night. Fifty confessed. Eight hunrying concealed weapons. with any amount of corruption money, Carter Harrison, Chicago's democratic the Francis property on corner of Main and dred and seventy for the soul, four hun to fight, and it behooves us to consid dred and ninety for the body. Begin in Mayor, an received an Valley streets. er that "eternal vigiianco is tho price Our coal dealers have advanced the Cincinnati Friday. Send mail care Gibson overwhulmlng demonstration on his return ofViberty" and allow no sleeping on Geo. O. Barnes, from England, Tuesday, wliere he married. price of coal. They are now delivering to House. ts. Bradley's goose can the Sarah Elstose, of Woodstock, Onta- consumers at 1G cents per bushel. Notice t Notice I A Mr. Back, from Itussell county, has and will be cooked forever, if every rio, built a fire and deliberately stood over The firm of O. Kline A Son, Lumber rented the Fewston property and proposes it until ahe was horribly and fatally burn-ed- t man does his duty. Merchants, hare no connection with the Her last words were : "t am going to to open a hotel on the first of October. bankrupt "Cline," but iaone ef the InstituCholera continues to destroy the stock The Democratic Committee of' tho Jesus?' tions of Louisville. For Doors, Sash, 11th District, in view of tho fact that '. The 'democrats of the Memphis dis- hogs in the county. There will not be near Blinds, Lumber and Hardware, write them been trict nominated Hon. Casey Young for Con- enough to supply the home demand for at Northwest corner of Eighteenth and Col. Wolford s candidacy has pork this fall. received with such entire unanimnity gress and endorsed Bate for Governor. It The judicial ermine sat gracefully up- Market streets, Louisville, Ky, U rumoredthat Fussell will withdraw from and on account of his eminent ability on our new county judge, Hon, J. A. Low Rates. The Louisville A Nash- , the gubernatorial contest. fC-Jand fitness, hispuroand spotless public trip excur It is rumored tliat Hon. Thomaa L Phillips as he held his initial Quarterly ville Railroad will and private life, his illustrious services Jones will speak here County Court day, Court on Monday last. sion tickets from Montgomery and all staa Farmers are busy cutting corn and pre- tlons north and from Memphis and all sta to his party and country in peace and but it is of little use, as Owsley will carry .nas iuust coruiauy ami acarniy this county by au overwhelming majority. paring for sowing wheat. Thcro is a ten lions north, to the Louisville Exposition, jvar, dency to increase the acreage seeded to from September 4th to October l'Jili, and to Nichoiaaville Cor. Lex. Transcript. party as a , recommended- - him to the the Cincinnati Exposition, from September A barn containing the crop ot tobacco wheat in this county from year to year. man in every way eminently qualified Married, at the Christian Church, in 4th to October 6th, at four (4) cents per from twenty-on- e acres waa burned in Chrisand worthy to become their represent' Tickets sold any tian county las.t week. The negro who had M onticello, on the morning of the 10th insU, mile for the round-trip- . ative; and earnestly urged upon the been left to watch the fire used in curing by Eld. C. W. Sewell, Mr. I. C. Ramsey to day in the week and good to return ten democracy of that district to give him went to sleep and. was awakened, by the Miaa Ida Coffey, Mr. C. M. Back to Miss days from date of sale. "Amelia Hardin. Both couples started imtbeiricardial support. I ho old war falling fir..' ritOKISSlOMAL. The Kentucky Classical and Business mediately after the marriage to Cincinnati horse is worthy of this high tribute and Louisville on n bridal tour. and every democrat in tho district Colleger at North Middletown, collapsed, WALLACE K. VAEXOX, Micajah Meece, who accidentally shot T. W. VlaXON. with luhilities of about $25,000. The T. W. & W.B. VAHNON. ought to raako it his individual busi- -' week before, died of septicemia heaviest creditor in the North Middlttown himself a AT LAW, ne'ss'to'eeb 'that ho is elected. Tho re- Deposit Bank, holding claims against the on Saturday last. Mrs. Polly Jones died STANl'onn, KY. of paralysis at her home on Beaver creek Offic In Owsley A bon's ntw ImlMlDg up sUlrs. him with a bitter publicans bate college' to the amount of $14,000. IT. O. KAUPPMAN, and will do all in their power The firm of Mason, Sfianahan A Co will on last Thursday. Mrs. Jones had been a A-consistent member of the Church of Christ JL,A.W, t .to defeat him. Let them havo their assume charge of the, conrist labor (in pri for many years, and died full of hope of a LANCASTKll, KY. son on the Ut day ot October, the contract UftaUr Cotumluloncr sod Countr Aliorhcr. tt 111 troublo for their pains. practice in sll tbe Courts of (lirrsrJ anil sdjolnlog price being $18,000 per annum, payable glorious immortality. cwuuim aim miui uiun oi Appeals. Tin: most disgraceful and harrowing quarterly. The bond was diawn on TuesLINCOLN COUNTT. ALEX. ANDERSON. ' murder that the papers have unearthed day and will be executed on or before the . Highland.- ,, is that oi the killing of a patient named day. AT LAW, '"Died, on last week; krs. C. F. Dye; of Foreman Dickson's mouth has got him DANVJIXE, KY., Jenson in the Auchorago Asylum by Into trouble. He Is to ba tried tinder a. dropsy. j Will prsctlreln th Csurtaof Bovleand adjolulm Hen Baugh was made happy recently counties and In tb Court of Aplli. ddckiqg. Maddox, tho man accused section of the lie viwiVSalute for,' h if kc. by the advent of a boy baby at his house. of the deed, is in jail on the charge tion In reading a atatement in thd jury-rooMABTEnHON PEYTON, 'Revs. Cook and Bonta have just closed 1 1 rv ja v to influence the decision of the jurors. AT 3L.AAV. and Judging from his picture, which is u MAmnu roKfASKTCOUXTT, meeting at Ibis place with four additions gWenMn the Louisvillo Commercial, ho Thepenalty impwed by tnUdlatu'ufofauch H Will Dricllre In ill th. fHFt. nt r.. .n.l ..I- a violation of it is fine or imprisonment, or to the church. . lllnln. AA..n.lna .K.I ... ... .. . AppeftlB. is not above tho hideous crime. Dr. both. IL P. Young sqld J acre of land tij Dr. j.H.A WUU..C, mu in- mfl VOUri OI.... NiuiIi - T. Pierce's store. It la a curious circumstance that the H. L. Barber, upon which the Dr. is erect Gale, who is Superintendent of the asylum, should bo made a parliceps comet was discovered at Frankfort by a ing a dwelling-housDB. J. Q. OAHl'ENTEB. washerwoman at 7 A. M., and by a clerk in . . - . KENTUCKY Mr. and Mrs.Thos. Light, of Tunnell STANFtlltD. criminia in the trial for employingsuch Offlcsgier IlobL, 8. Ljtlo'i store. Office hours a soap factory at Cincinnati at 10.45 A. M. City, are visiting their son, Jas. T. Light. to mistreat thopoor unfortunates Although the report of the discovery waa a man and 7 to J r. Jr. Mrs. Graybeal, of McKlnney, la visiting from 3 to and Gov. Blackburn should bo cen- perfectly truthful, there must have been a ;; relatives at this place, J. J. WILSON, sured for appointing a man so careless good deal of lye about both discoveries. A social picnic for the S. S. children JOENTIHT, Veoiaan. of his duty as Dr. Gale. 8TANKOIU). KY. was held at the M. E. Church on the ICth Engineer Melville's return from Arctic Inst. Speeches were made by Revs. Cook, Office ana Residence, Vpper JIln HI. The victory of James Guano Blaine terrors is dished with a disagreeable scan Bonts.lticharda and MntRobinson. late ol LEE V. HUFFMAN. in his State of Maino has given him a Ida Cincinnati; also, quite a number of little It is charged that he has boost and, ho is now more than over wife after treating her shamefully at their folka recited sieeche . Misa.- 8TANF0P.D, KY. Robinson two doors abov talked of as a presidential candidate. first meeting. This is Mrs. Melville's own wss present with tierbrgsn, 'aad gave us 0E,8o'',l!.,ld M,llB the Ujrers Uoul. statement, but It is generally believed that some nic'j manic " 1j FuxoNltroui OjrUs Oil administered when reHis influence is already beginning to quired. the poor wowan is deranged, and that hla be felt and it is said that tho activity of MAisEtTNE Cord." It. O. MOBOAN, D. D. U. be explained to his credit, or conduct can thestraight-ou- t' republicans in Virginia at least to the removal of the unpleasant IndianaVolhInd., Sept. 19tk', 1862. WU1 be In HUoford uli Dear Interior i is due to his inspiration, ho having, it charges. of each month, from first Mondsr, Dentil rooms Nowhere have 'we reeetved such cour- IsHUAssph lleUI, orer MsAMitsr A Brlfhl's. Maybury, the absconding partner of the is alleged made an agreement with the Bleu. At lancuter two weeks of each month tesies from the daily newspaper press as in fSee third Monday, Dental rooms la Mason IIoum. (reus democrats of the State to defeat tho stranded Maybury, Pullman & Hamilton's Dee sl(D. l'uro Circus has been captured at Montgomery, this pity., Admirable reports by ;otnpe-te- when necesssrr. nitrous oild gue administered f Mahone movement to spite tho admenj, with 1)0, offiwtJTf hciil JipfSj and Ala. He left with about $20,000 of the ministration ahd to further his own circus mouey. The Pullmans will bring no uuptiaity, and a steady fritsdlr edito plans for tho republican nomination or charges of murder against him on his ar- rimi')' mop nui) of tho work, hue left us an independent candidacy in 1884. rival. They allege that while their train grateful debtors, especially! rto tha daily was pissing through a tunnel in Tennessee 'Stdml (Urn.) and Jtrxa (IUf,)f We ' MhJu SL, HlHHTord, Ky. r rr Tiibt solution recommending Judge three men were thrown from the train by cannot'. exprew our apresii?n bi, mis M. H. Owsley to the democracy of the his orders and were never heard of again. kloeWM. We shall certalsttf forget State as candidate for Governor, it, and We feel not a little flattered To have JOHN DINWIDDIE,PEO'E. GARRARD COUNTT. woa the respect .of suclu Inllueatial Wednesadopted by the convention from the very first. They treated us OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Paint Lick. day, was eminently proper and will be A less number of hogs will be ed in with entire fairness, even when it looked as enthusiastically endorsed by a very this vicinity this Fall than for several if our mission would fail, and I deaire that 92,00 large majority of the people of the dis- years past. wheresoever thfs gospel shall be preached, sentiments trict. It expresses their adjoining this vil- this that they have done shall be told as a Special Accommodation to Commercial If the and shows to those to whom he is per- lage would put up some nice cottages and memorial ol (htm. Travelers. In fact, our visit to Indianapolis, has sonally unknown, the respect and con- fence oil' lots they could very readily be Of Baggage Transferred Free of Charge rented at a good per cent, on the amount been delightful in nearly all respects. fidence that he enjoys at homo. course the truth has had to make ltd way, invested. recently taken charge The State Central Committeo very J, T. Palmer has bought In this vi- as ever, In spite, of much opposition. But I hare and intend to have of , cinity for Marksbury, 15,000 bushels of there, .has beea v little of the yteidua sort, referred the Adams-Kend- all wisely accommodations, and the graceful yielding of cherished contest for Congress back to tho dem- wheat, and Qulncy Shumate for George D, Wearen, 10,000 bushtla of wheat, and opinions, when Mie'better way was plainly ocratic voters of Montgomery county and scrlpturally proven, more than comthere aie yet 10,000 bushela to be sold. aud ordered a primary election for David U.. Willis, living near Kirks, pensated for a little honest opposition at next 'Saturday, tho 23d fast. This ville, Ky., planted in fresh sod land last first. Of the ministers. Elder Divld gives satisfaction to all partios and Spring, 2 bushels of IJuly Hose potatoes. Walk, of the Christian Church, and the the candidates havo pledged their lion- - From the time they were large enough to Iter. Mr, Logan, Prerbyterian, hare con E. H. BURNSIDE, ors to work for tho successful man. It eit his family used out of the patch and sistently and boldly braved every thing to The. dearLOItp re in once twice and rooted uphpjd our hands Woll - Kndwn This Old b hoped nud believed that Mat Adams his hogs brokeHe dug or them on the 18th ward them. "Other some" have been up several. Maintains Hotol will bo that man. Inst., and threw aside all that were smaller friendly without being conspicuously so, High AND J)y an allisnco with Gould, Arthur th au a hen egg aa a result they yielded and only two attacks from the pulpit have Its' Proprietor ! Determined that )n getting Judgo Folger, 100 bu'hels of large, fine sited potatoes. been reported in the papers. succeeded it Shall be Seeend to so Conntrr Secretary of the Treasury, uominated Who can beat this on the otato question ? Lal Saturday afternoon the meetbig Hotel ia th state in its fare, J. O. Shumate returned last week from was quite memorable. Orer 100 of the for Governor of Now York on the ApgoiatvMtt, or Attea- Mifsourl. H Is well pleased with that LORD'S children came forward for bless, second ballot, tho vote standing, tion to Comfort ef their Quests. Cornell 222. Tho nomina State. Lewis Withers, a itrj handsome ing and definitely pledged themselves to tion was afterwards made uuanamous, blonde of Lancaster, made a Dying visit accept the position of trutlworthy children UaikTaie wlllkecoiisisd to sad from thsdsHt The democrats wero to meet at Syra- - to this burg this week. Geo. Denny, Jr.. of (he Heavenly Father, The discourse ertharis. Kp.rlil arrouModalloas t to L'HUrrlal Traielsrs, Tie Bsr will k their iioniina-- and (Jul. V. O, Iiradlc, of Lancaster, was on the difference between Galilean cuso yesterday to mako Ike choices! als;s tapnlUd withaad Clssrs, kraads or Llu.sori uiauo a anon can in mo village una week, and Samaritan faith as contrasted In John lion tor me game twice. pur-cliut- J. W. Lell ftr$13,000. . IntercM-Wmln- Kcn-tuoty- oily-tongu- Itev. J. Loton Barnes will open school at .Walnutta Institute, the 1st Monday IfTOc iober. Itev. W. Oj Cochran andll'.lder A. It. Gnyn, are attending tha'flyned of their Theo. church In Tennessee this week. Price, of Indian Territory, Is visiting In this village. Miss Fannie Stevens, of Madison county, Is visiting relatives hire. -- We would like very murh to see some manufacturing establishments built up at this place. We have the water power suf ficient to run steam and quite a nil saber of sightly places to erect a large manufactory of some kind, and triers is no quesGon but what something of this kind would be of great benefit to the surrounding country In many ways, a few of which are t It would build up a good market for all the sur plus raised by lb farmer, and would enhance the value of their lands fully 50 iier cent. We bore to see some of our men of capital moving in this matter and giro such enterprises proper encouragement, for there Is evidently money in it for them. Married, on Wednesday evening, Sept. 20th, at the residence of the bride's father in Madison county, Ky., near Faint Lick, by Eld. M. Elliott. Geo. M. Bowman, of Danville, Ky., to Miss Dilly Bora. Attendants, Jefferson Bowman, of Danville, Ky., and Miss Paulina Pond, of Madison county; Nicholas Schooler and Miss Same-nt- a Howe, of Madison county. Your reporter had the pleasure of being present at this wedding. Quito a nice crowd was in attendance and an excellent super was spread to the guests. Full Justice wss done the palatable viands; In fact, every thing was gotten up in good style. We extend to Mr. Bowman and his bride our hearty congratulations; may their pathway through all the vicissitudes of life's journy be attended, with happiness and prosperity. tv pressing on saints tht.prltilege of get itrig? inte thejxlllonwhire we not only trusted (fee LOUD, Urt wliere He could ImMw. 40 Vera anointed in addition to the 100 cnnfeors for soul blessing, Sunday waa a blessed day also. 51 confessed the dear NAMK at the three servi- 1 M I?AJL. Ij- - llir ANNOUNCEMENT :l99ivi: 9 ten-fol- d CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. S FALL Have JiinI rccclvctl n cry liirjro Mnrk of AND WHITER DRV GOODS, -- out-pos- PO i- CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c.. &c. d -3 BbO , '', This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. A'lTOltNEYH ATTOltNEY APMR.'S SALE As Administrator of Iheiwtaleof Lewis dre'd, I will, on ! 1IIOOI1VN JKHJNi:! urosD It. Jones, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 37, 1882, LANCASTER, .... Htsist KENTUCKY ATTOltNEY C3 m A.-x-- 11- .....!. e. - . . as CP9 Isrci At Ike Isle mld.Dn. of demlent, alwut 1 ulk iiKKiiN.s, WnloTflUnlord, srll at I'uMIc suction to the property ol derwlsnt, blcbnl Mddi-r- , routlttloa of stout 2u Steers 2 year, uld and over, A rmST - CLASS HOTEL 111'ows.lOCalfiv. IS tool grade Hellers. I thora Msiea.3 oughbred rrarllnf Hull, about 4) (Julia, I tulr o( Iruie Mules, a large lot of Hay lo In ercry erllralar, Tbe patronage ol tbe public stack. Shout 94 acre of Corn, 200 buih.li et H heat, eullclled, and satltfactltn gutrmUl. (IMf petrol guud Fairbanks titock Karwlnt implements and Household and Kllcbeo rural ture. TaaMs. Forsll soiusof!IOandunder,cah, orer that amount, a cirdll of three months on note with good security nrgullalle and payable In on .lay ofaale. llank, with prlrlUveor Bucceaaoi to paogberly A Ifoluirs, 1 JO.Nt:i'll rofr-l'.Y- . joiix ttireal t. niuritiimiit. ll, TO. DAUGHEIITY STAMHI, . - Adus. SMALL FAHM FOR SALE. Ilsflng I will sell tuy 1 arm, containing about ly KENTUCKY, MaauncTUBsrs or Fine Carriages, Buggies, ONE HUNDRED ACRES go In small grain. The bouse la In gmd repair aud cLt.ro contain. 7 looms, also pantry, wood-houUocr-pl- t, alat the door, amoke-boutenant-bous- e, most new barn, rora-crl- o, a floe fruit of ercry dncrlptlon as Ac, and any one wants: apples, pears, peacbre. ptuma, eher-rle- a, grapee, daiuauoa, almost any thing you may call fur. I'lenty of slock water. In sight of Kbool-bous- e. ooo mile from blackamltb shop, two mllee from water mill. lM.lrclngly hrallby place fur tbe doctors. Inllyesrs nerer Mid It doctors Mils. I refer you to Men. T. M Ullard, II. M. Llnaey, V, II Oentry, alao Haul Johnson, who on lb ylsce, and Tbouias Metcall, btsnlord. ll Addreaa Wini!AI,r, C7 , "1 OntoaDaatlll. ASUntjrd Tike, about S ulle from Ilantllle. The place la In a gol atat of In graaa tfiept about 3D screw, that to I dl STJIIOEON BENTIWy, rt, J)II.V AND PHAETONS. WAGONS "OF f" aWnE IENTI8T, to 482-t- C2 XlcbolsiTllle, Ky. QO EAHTI "Til KINDS. t ao wjwt NOKTII .ao nt VIA LOUISVILLE Weiusnufacture L'srrlagea of sll deerrlpllons, flriKlaM workmen and using I employing only material, only flrsl-claand sell at reasonable fliurse alyle, workmanship and material conald. ed. WM, HAUUIIKHTY. ll) ST.ASAPHHOTEL 01 & MISSISSIPPI -- R. W. -- ,. "' ....(. DAILY TRAINS- - 3 -- THE nr raa LRJ. T-O- MOST DKHIUABLK 110UTK Louisvillo to Cincinnati! THE EABT AMP NOHTII. Kreo Parlor Cars and New Day Coaches Without Change. cnvcnvNAoqn And decidedly the I'opular ltoute, affiirdlDf. aa It docs, Iim changes and surlor arcoiumodatlous to our-na- ls Miuouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texas, Tlio North, Northwest and West. In fact, If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your luterrst 4 DAILY TRAINS AND Till. WEtlT. 4 BOARD, PER DAY. IsOtiiNvllIe to St. Hleeplng XaOiiiN s Cut snd Day Coaches to 81. oui uauge. Iul. will bebxslMrtedby purchasing your tickets lis K. C snd Cincinnati, ZTralna each way t, full . man I'alace tare, lUgant Hsw Day Coat hea, snd hsudaumcly furalshed ltecllnlng Chair Cars farm tho uo,ualed lulijuieuls of Ibis Uld Itellsblo, thereby making a trip orer this Hue one ol luxuWllh- - rious comfort aud pleasure. Try II. T1UE TABLE, IN KKKtOf MAY U, OOUTU. thia-how- DAILY TRAINS LotilsYlllo to Indianapolis, 2 ANDTIIE HOUTII 2 Chicago, Illi. TT5X1 5 30pm 7 first-cla- ss Dsy Coaches and Ibxllulog Cbslr Cars Tbr6ugh i Witliout Cliauge, MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY, Fropr. and its Still Reputation, X I I'asr Wimlllucluii. Hnltlmurr, l'lillnilel-lililifttiw YurU mill Muoluii, This Is tbe Very llest ltoute, as You Cbsngeof Tralo. i, Itsrs Lie. Uutlngtan.. . " lalmoutliH " Cyntblana .. ' rr. Ilnl"n. I,e. Leilngion Arr. Winchester " Ut Hterllug " Asblaud Mo " Huntington.- MOHTII. 5 17 p m a ui a 03 ii u II II IS p 10 7 00 p m 111 llUlilll u k 70 p ni 10 p lu 110 11111 7 ZU p If It II u I 10 a ui No. S. Mo. I. 1 Mo. 6. 1U miiu a in HI 25 wnv NSTiir t 00 au !41U 4 pw VO 40pm it IN tUliU w Hare Tkrsagh Day Coaches All Tralas I I Lie. Iluntlngton llaro No Midnight Changes " , AsbUndL. ' "I II .Si fc Arrlre at 81. touts 8 Hoars la Adraaee of Arr. lslogton Lexington. Utker Mats, tbsrtly securing mors thus lor Le. Tarla. " 11 Cynthlaua. uiak,tng cbango o( cars and (elllug first choir " laluoutb ol seals lu csrs of connecting lines. Arr. UiTlugton To Ut. hterllug Wluchesttr ., . lllliui IIWpiu S SO 4 40 19 13 a ui INllil 1IISIS 708 a m a M a in 1 I II u 7 to a m 1 00 p m 7 M a 'i U p m Mam IU u pu (Din 10 0S a p Gil p ui u 11 49 a u ui 830 8 JO au au 4! IudlsniOlli and Chicago, and line glriuglU patrons tb shores ol Lskt Michigan. 11 lbs only lids along No. 7. Ticket A genu of failure aaurvw rr For Tlcketa. Kates. Time. Ms I 1 fr. Ac. sinlr to tiff I.liifs, or Trslos Mo. 1 and I run dally) all others dally sicept Hundsy. Hptclsl llstes to Kmlgrsuls. Fur H. P, HSIIHH. Bouincrn rassepger Act . tickets, rates aud luformstluu pertslulug to Urns H. M. Cur. sth aud Mala Kls.,lutsllls, Ky. couuecttous, Ao , (sll on or address W II.H1IATTUC, 8. T SWUT.AgL, Lexington, ir. rr.siw( , (Jen. IHU. TSM, Agl., C1IAH. L. 11KOWN, (1 l'.AT, A. Clutlnuill J. D. ELLISON, Usu'lMiiiSfer, 13 L. No. 14" MsrsTlll.Stism. UsIngtooSufu Vlajs'lll. JoaiS Mo.l' I'arlsSaOau. Mo.U"MaysrlllsWOpui ' Lei,7pw MAYSVII.1.K DIVISION. Leilnguxi ft put, Arr. DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION. AcclaCan-diia- ti Phil B. Thompten, M, H, Jr., Nominated bf mation. QTAasraroiiD, LAN. " " icy. 22, 1882 A.M. Friday Morning, September 10CAL TIME CARD. . 1'asse tiger trains Norlh mtnin MHitmlii Bout-.- 10 ., LOCALNOTICES. IlUY J I I iL- - 4 t . A McAltster. Hiinlllon Hirel Plows, at A.OwsleyV Fine oil painting nl receiTnl it Mc IlolxrU ft HttgK'n. Kr.vr slock of Jewelry and Hllrerware at Penny A McAlhter V. lleaiillful UnM ol latest lo x stationery, t .Mcllolwrla A HIpr'. School hooka nnil school supplies In j;tn-erA BliguV at Mcllol-erIOVKIM of (loocl Ten will find the boat In the cltj at Penny A McAHsler'a. Watch rn, Clock and Jewelry rcnalrcil ami warranted by Penny A McAllater. ON GHRDENTI AM. FAI.t lot of Zelglrr'a Klioe Just recti-e- .l Anderson, J. F. Wlthcrstioon ; Doyle, I) ami for Mieal J. H.A8. II. Hlianki. F. Fackler; (larrard, II. C. Kauflmanj JackYoiT will Unit the beii recent ami son, not represented; Jessamlno, J. F. Means; cents cigar In town at Penny A McAlia-ler- laurel, (leorgo ThomiMon: Lincoln, T, W. Varnon; Madison, J. 8. llronston; Mercer, do to A. Owsley' for the Ktntuckr NatOaither: Owsley, not represented; J. F. Walllnj Shelby, J. W. drain Drill, the only reliable DraR Drill Spencer, not represented. In the market. ON ItWOLCTIONS. J. II. A H. uTflllANK are recelrlnR ami opening a fine line of fall ami winter good. Anderson, J. 8. Wllherspoonj Doyle, J Call and ee them. W. Durham; (larrard, J. H.llruce: Jackson, not represented; Jessamine, J. F. Means, personal Uurel, Jaa. McN'illl; Lincoln, W. O; J. P. MoKirntiCK left for Kanea Hansford: Madison. J. It Ilurnam; Mercer, Hen itoach; Owsley, not represented; City, Wednesday. W. Itocacastle.H. ,m. lluriletl; Hlielby. Mim Lou DlKWiimiF. haa returned Harrington; Siencer, not represented. J. from Ilradfonlsyllle. On motion of J, W. Alcorn the CommitOra.T. T. Oauhahd, of Manchester, tee on Credentials waa also made the Comla Wilting lila daughter, Mra. W.T. mittee on Permanent Organltatlon and Mb. CI. A. Walter haa gone la then a recess waa taken till 1:15 r. it. to .Isit hi drother, Dr. II. F. WalAt that hour the Convention ter. when Mr, Joo. 8. llronston, from the Com Mm Ltccii. Hr.Axt.RV, of Loniivillr, mittee on Credentials, made the following la on it visit to her grandmother, Sir, ltoye report, which waa adopted : Btewart. Mil. Chairman : Your Committee on Mm. W. O. I'aixk, of MImoiuI, arrlt-e- d finds that the following counties to her sister, Mr. Credential yesterday on a Islt are represented by the following gentlemen W.H. HlKgln.. and are entitled to the number of votes act Miimoi Annie Ilitfcic IlnoHAitait and opposite their names s Kmma Lewis, of Mercer, visited In thli Anderson 0 votes; J. F. Wilherspoon. thia week. ItoYl.E-- C: J. W. Durham, It. I). Logan, Oroi (Irundv and daughter, D.T. Fackler. Mrk. (lAniuni) 5: Sam Miller, Thompson Miseb'usle Howell, of Mercer, are guest of Arnold, T. A. Klkin, H. Kauflman, Hen Mm. W.P.Tate. llruce, Ilurtlelt, II. t, (lrvrnv hail commenced ry Jacksonli. U. Not represented.Koblnson. Mb. ltrx'tir.N 1; to improTe and there are now strong Jawumink 5; J. F. Means. Lauiikl 3; Jaa. McNeill, George. C, recovery. KIJ. 811. King la Iiopf iliompson, W. Jl. lartin. also better. Lincoln 8, W. O. Hansford, Hawkins Hon. IC A. Josrs, of Lontsvlllr, can- Drown, T. W. Varnon, Clay Porrell, J. W. didate for Attorney (leneral waa here thia Alcorn. Madison 10; Jaa. It. MeCreary, Jaa. 11. and week making many acquaintance frirnda. He la a remarkably clever and Ilurnam, Joe. 8. llronston. Merceb-- 8: Vance Wilaon, J.T. Wilson, mpular gentleman and will no doubt giro Nataallher. David Dissert, P. D. Thomphis opponent a I;lil of trouble. son, Sr., II. F. ltoach. Owal.KY 2; Not represented. Piiok. JoHKrii Dmiia PirKriT, the HOCKCASTI.E i; S. M. llurdett, J. II. CheaterBeldlan who conduct the Interest of Fish, F. II. Ke..ert, Jas. F. Wallin. the public school of Kentucky, took in the D; J. W. Harrington. SilELnv Spknoeh I; Not represented, Contention. lie did not ay he waa a canfalthfulnsaand didate for reelection, but If Mr, llronston also made the following promptness In the discharge of hia ilutie report: entitle htm to audi a recognition, he will Mr. Chairman: Your Committee on be warmly aupported aa hia own aucccwor. permanent organization wquhl respectfully suggest Hon, II, M. llurdett, of (larrard, LOCAL MATTERS. for permanent Chairman, and W. P. WalTllK rain haa come at last. The Circna ton and D. T. Fackler, aa permanent Secbrought it. retaries, and all other democratic editors Fori Uknt. The Jaa. N. Davl store- present aa assistants. house, till January lat. Apply to K. K. The report was adopted and Mr. llur Harrow, dett took the chair, and In a neat little speech acknowledged the honor. The re a Just received a new line of French port of the Committee on ltesolutions waa and a fmdi lot of Bananaa, Orange presented by Mr. J, It. Ilurnam and adoptand Union at McAlitler A Ilright'a. ed, as follows: We carry the largest and moat complete Mr. Chairman: lam directed by the atock of Orocertt in the city. It will pay Committee to prevent the following: you to examine our pricea before purchaa-InJWmi. That we. the delegates to the McAUiter A llright. Convention called to nominate a democratic candidato for Congress In the 8th haa arrived and la being district, do most heartily endorse the Our put in place. It took Just 14 daya fur It course of our distinguished Representa to come from Springfield, O. An ox cirt tive Hon. P. II. Thompson, Jr , and recommend hia nomination by this Convention would hare brought it in half the time. We pledge ourselves and for we represent' to give At Til c luggeation of fanner we have the people Convention our fullest the nomisupport. nee ol the decided to defer our corn ahow until Nominations being now In- order, Gov. court day. Oclobercourt, they nay, Jamca II, McC reary, In a rpeech that waa la too early for the encclmeni to mature full of patriotic an.1 eloquent sentiments well. named Hon. P, B. Thompson, Jr., as the Tjir coal atrlke at the mlnea along the democratic candidate to succeed htmaelf in Knoxvillo llranch haa ended, the men go- Congress, sir. J. Wesley Durham seconded ing to work nt the old figure. Coal la the nomination and moved that it be made tiling here now at 12 centa on the car by a rising vote, which waa done amid and 1 1 delivered. much enthusiasm. The Chair also Jook 'A TJH.EOlUU.froui Chattanooga aaY that occasion toendorso the nouiloaUon Itta "Joe. Wolfe, of Shelby City, Ky., waa rob- few well delivered remarks. Hon. Nat at a Lgnlo laat night and again (Hither, of Mercer, on tlio part of the bed of y of 0. He la a man of rcapecla. nominee, who was detained In Washington on account of the urgent business of the bllity at home, but haa been on n apree." National Congressional Committee of JuwikT. P. Hii.l, Jk., re(iueta tu to which he Is Secretary, accepted the nomcorrect the itiry copied fiom the Hiclniond ination for "the boy" and spoke tetj eloJUglskrv. Mr firai. PSE" HfU" re uot quently in hia behalf. kicked out of, town for vagrancy, but aold Judge M. C Ssuliey then presented the by law aa nuisance, if they are caught on following : the atreela, ii ii . JUtolvcJ, That the Democracy- - of the one of the fuonieat 8th Congressional District, who know him John Tuoxt-kON- , best, cordially recommend to tho Democra Comediana of the dar, in hia "Around the cy or tlio Mate llie nomination or Judge World Combination," la booked for the M. II. Owslcr to bo the next Governor of Stanford Opeia Houe, on October 11th. Kentucky. Ho ia a man of braiiw, of Them are eome hearty laugh In atore for courage, of accomplishments, and in (every way fit to lead and represent the State in our theatre goer. the new era of odvanco and prog re) which P&tiu IIamtom haa returnetl from the dawns before us. Mr. J. S, Bronston seconded the motion cltlce , with a iplendid atock of lloota and Bhoca. Ho calla wecUl attention to for its adoption and Mr, H. 0. Kauflman ltooti, aomething new in advocated It In a speech of much warmth Ida thia market, and the very thing for wet and power. Col, Varnon, although for weather. New line of llarotaajuit gotten Owtlty, opposed it, arguing that the, deleo In. gates had been sent only for a certain i. and had no right to transcend their J. T. IlAimu, at hia Meat and Provia-.Io- n cttore,twlll open the Fish and Oyater authority. Judge Saulley responded very Inat., and will veil feelingly and named precedents favoring market on the -the beat at reaaonable pricea. He alao hia position. Col. S. M. llurdett named aelhiiceand keepathe Commercial Hotel, other lif cedents and tho Chair decided the where tvtty bodjr la treated right. Call resolution In order and it was adopted unanimously. and aee. Col. S. M. Burdetf presented the followDivouce Suits. John Marshall, of ing which waa adopted t Orchard, who waa married a little Crab IlaolxJ, That the thank of this Con. over '.one jeir ego, haa brought suit against veution are hereby tendered to the memhi wife, I(oaa, charging her with lewd and bers of the Valley Cornet Band of Stanford, for the splendid music with which Uclvloua conduct and praya that he be Mallnda va. they have entertained u upon this occa a vitcwfi) km(Wmu. , John 0, Hiogletou, ia the title of another sion. On motion of Mr, J, S. Bronston, the charged. ault for divorce. Abandonment! Stanford Intehiou Journai, waa request Joaiah Hotklna, ed to publish and the other democratic Fob Safs Kkei-ino- . Jailer of Bell county, and guard, delivered tapers of the district to copy the proceedAaher Ileiutey, a vile looking apeclmen of ings of thia Convention, and on motion of the. genua homo to the Jail here, Wednes- Mr, Nat Qailher, the Harrodsburg KiUtr-pri'was added to the list) and the Conday, to be kept until the next Circuit Court of Harlan county, He la charged with vention adjourned. Bkn, M, BunuKrr, CVm. the Lelnout murder of Lee Daniel and hia alaler. Mm. Wilton, and from what we D.T. Fackler,! Secretaries: W. P. Walton, could gather the chargo la true. y ltock-castl- Paints of Penny Owtltf Rteemmtnded at for Ootemor. A Pltatant and Harmoncut Meeting, The Democrat of the 8th Congressional District met In convention In the Opera House, Stanford, Wednesday, September 20th, and at 12 M. were called to order by the Chairman of the Committee, Mr. J. F. WItherspoon, of Anderson, who slated that the purioe of the meeting waa to nominate a candidate for Congress and suggested that liuslnea commence at once by the selection of a Temporary Chairman. Col. Tliw. W. Varnon moved that Mr. Wllhtr-poo- n bo retained for that position which waa carried and then, on motion, W. P. Walton, of Urn Interior Jouhnat., waa made Temporary fkcretary. A call of the countiea showed that all save Hpencer Ova-leand Jackson were represented. The committees were then appointed aa follows) Judg e, (.. A usual Judge Owsley had the boys. The Valley Cornet Ihnd distinguished Itself and full deserved the compliment paid It. Both Chairmen were a little rusty In rules but they worked through all right. J. It. Ilurnam, of Madison, the only democrat of his family, was the handsom est of the delegate. Col. T. L. Jones, Judge M. II. Owsley, Prof. J. Desha Pickett and Col. It. A, Jones were the candidates) present. The only way that Billy Bradley can save hia bacon I to withdraw', and if he Is as smart as he ought to be he will. The only newspaper men present were D. T. Fackler, of the Danville Advocate and Joe 8. Broston, of the Itichmond llernld. Ben Burdett couldn't withstand the temptation to make a speech for Thompson and he did so, notwithstanding he was Chairman. Cor.. Varnon waa the only man who opposed the resolution recommending Owsley and he wasn't in earnest enough to vote against it. Gov.McCresry'a nominating speech would We make capital campaign literature. wish we had It to publish In full tint the Oov, hadn't even the notes of it. Joe Bronston behaved like a little man and showed up well. Only onee and then when speaking of Independent newspapers did he get the least excited. By (he way, Mr, Ben. Itobinson, of Garrard, asked us: "Did you notice that the five of ua who voted on Bronston'a motion each had red heads" We hadn't but It was a fact and shows that there la something In a red head after all. . note. 3 NEW FALL AND OF -- WINTER STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.EATS.BOOTS, SHOES, &a, at- - Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Lan- Please observe Chenanlt, Co.'s new "ad." -- -. p Severance A Come to the Interior Journal's) (team oh rooms for the best and cheapest print-Ing- v The Kqutnoctlal storms set In yesterday and the circus people will have to drag through the mud TitY "Alden's Fruit Vinegar" best in the world. Special discount 'in quantities. For sale only by MoAlister A Bright. a -- of Crab Orthrrd, has ciected his photograph establishment here, comer of Lancaster and Railroad streets. Arm . Collins Gentry bought of J. A. liar ris A Sons, for Lehman A Hro., 43 head of 1,107-lcattle at 0 cents, and of John 8. IREDUCED RATES OH AIL RAILROADSTOfggg Murphy, Jr., 6 head 1,519 lb, atsameprtce. They were weighed Wcdnesdsy. J. 0 Gentry received and weighed the following lota of cattle Wednesday, 413 of L. W, Hudson, weight 1,100 lbs , and 42 of George Pagan, 1,47J lbs , at 0 cents, and 2) of C. Armstrong I,:i50 lbs at &. CLOSES Geoiuietown Court, From COO to 800 cattle on the market, and generally sold, the best bringing 3 to !) cents. A few broke mules sold at $12) to $150 per head, and horses from $25 to $120 per head. afffeAt a sale in Scott county, mule cults brought from $10 to $65 per head; work mule $280 to$310 per pair; one pair year!J ling mule withdrawn at $210; a pair of yearling colt sold for $125; one family horse at $140; milk cows $40 to $00, and SF.1T AOVKUTISKF5TS. Desirable Residence For Sale. hogs $10 to $17 per head, about $8.50 or $9 per cwt. My bus ness romiKlls me to locate In Lexington, 1881 ON THE OF The following sales ire reported from Ky., consequently I will sell prlralely my house (County Court day) PAY onVr 8ElTEMnr.il. high I will Ibr sale to the wfiers I now reside. As I want to buy a David Terhune sold to Cohen A Mercer t est and beat bidder, tho FA KM lately owned by In Lexington, I will fire a bargain In this Dr. J. mules at From th premise ol ths undtnlgncil sines y Campbell 20 bead of property. II not sold by Jsn. 1st, UJS.lt will Ulvr of Mt. Joplln, dre'd. situated ono mile , and Vernon, on the Crab Orchard road reot. I willahtorenltbe TOO ACUK. and la ss good s morning tbol9Ui, a small light licit Spot-O- il Jtoy Stewart for 1833. re.lden.enow occupiedA by $127.50 per head on Saturday last. Wm. Address me care J, ..lock Kainias there la In the county, well waterCoir, aimill knot on hind part cHhebag. Seasongood A Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. sold to Mr. Scott, of Lexington, Itobinson Ac. ed, gt J.J. JIII'MN, f.ir., Any Information' leading lo her rt cOTery will be 1 d Mt. Vernon, Ky. W. C'KAin 22 held of good batcher's cattle at $3.75, thankfully received. WM. IJAUUIIERTir. but they were quite small and light. Hole-ma- n Stanford, Ky, Terhune ha aold to diflerent parties 1,500 head of common sheep at prices ranging from $2.75 to $3.75. MifJnPENBSPPT -- QCT.giflgfiWM - FARIVT 2-th for SALE. north-we- STRAYED! Tncs-ds- home-pla- odor-har- COMKSSALE. SATUKDAY, SEPT. .lO, PENNY KanERT, LINCOLN COUNTY. Colleok has a greater number of students than It ever had on a second week of the session. There are 27 boanlera. Comet situated apparentThe ly IS or 20 feet to the right of the eun, which has crei ted some excitement elsewhere, ha nut been noticed by any of our citizens. Look out for It Stani-ori- i Female day-lig- On our outside we copy an Interesting sketch of our friend KmmettG. Logan, manwho Is aging editor of the destined to rank, if he doe not already, with Prentice and Watterson in Kentucky journalism. Qmrier-Journal, Juixuno from the interest manifested in Sell's Big Circus, there will be 5,000 peoplo In town to day to see It. It Is unquestionably the largest and best show that haa ever been In Stanford and it has been the most extensively advertised thing we ever knew. We have iust is sued a 60 page catalogue descriptive of It. It. & K. 1. Wood's fine herd olbhort Horns to be sold on the 14th of next month. Col. CH.ltocliM.tsr and Mr. J. 0. McAlister. join in the sale and altogether there ore some 60 I lead ,o ' extra, one animals to be sold. MARRIAGES. Shout Horn Sale. Can-die- g. er - Walter G. Green and Miss Ann Elm Alcorn were married at Mr, Jos. Flint's, on yesterday. Lt:wi8-PAIt- En. At the Methodist Church, In Salvisa, last night, Mr. A. A. Lewis, formerly of this county, was united in the holy bonds of'uiatrimony to Miss Mary Palmer, of .Mercer, a young lady or rare beauty and intelligence. Rev. M. W. Iliner, of Perryrlll, performod the ceremony. .RELIGIOUS. $-- 50 $-- r The Louisville Conference la in ses sion in Lousville. A new Kpisoopal church has been ded icated in Mt. Sterling. Kid. J. G. Livingston la holding a meet ing at Goshen, this county, and haa had twelve additiona to date, Mr. Barnes opens In. Cincinnati and many of his old friends here will get a chance to hear him again. Rev. J. M. Uruce's meeting at Crab Orchard, I developing into a general revival, which is participated in by all the denominations. Judge Brown who was there yesterday reports 25 to 30 conversions. . to-d- Huttonrille. Sam Hughes, son of 'Squire Hughes, wm thrown from hi horse at the upper end of town last Sunday morning. He was carried into Mrf Logan's ,house badly stunned by the concussion, but is out again apparently uninjured, save a few trifling bruises. Mr. Thomas Peyton (familiarly known as Tom Kitchen), a gentleman of ebony In this complexion, formerly community, but now an adopted citizen of MansGeld, Ohio, is here on a visit. Tom has laid aside much of his rakish swaggering air, and Is rather a polished gentleman. One of the prominent figures in the wedding turnout was one old acquaintance, Brown's Dick, dressed in faultless style and driving Mr. Green' fine sorrel. Dick's opinion of the performance ia given in these terms : "Mr. Williams and me waa two of the learnei' professions and the other (the cook) wasn't needed." The matrimonial wave has struck us Casualties this with unwonted violence. week: On Tuesday, 19th inst., noon, at the Christian Church, by Eld. W. L. Williams, Mr. James Frye and Miss Prentice Sprsggins were incorporated into a partnership for life. Usher : Joe Averitt, L. F. Psge, Carroll B. Reid and Jamea B. Cook. On Thursday, 21et, at same place, same minister officiating and same gentlemen acting as ualiers, Mr. Will Dunn Miss Mary, daughter of Dr. Will Hunn. The church was gaily decorated The tnsgic horse-sho- e on both occasions. waa hung npon the chandelier by Mr. John Route und Miss Flora Powell. This emblem, generally understood aa an omen of good luck, is construed in this case as meaning "more to follow," with the further significance that coming events are aprapidity. 8ee proaching with head-lonnext week. I send beat wishes with these young adventurer oil life's broad ocean. A word of ciutiou to my esteemed friend, Joo Averitt; Dear Joe, there is a fatality ." best man" at in acting too often n narraid Circuit Court. 8smuel Illatt's Ittlrs, Pins, ts Samuel Illatt's Heirs, DefU. v virtus ofaludnneut of sale rendered In the above styled action by the Uanrard Circuit Court at Its August term, 1R82, the undersigned Commissioner of said court will, on rul.UnniDf Samuel Illstt. dcc'd. ex pose to aal to the highest and best bidder the following tracts oriand owned by said Hlalt at tho Alili-l.t- & McALISTER lPCIRCVr3LOIf3,I,S , DKltES IS DRUGS, B0 OKS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. Pit jslclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical ."reparations a specialty. ., time of his death: 1st. A tract containing 81 acres, SI poles, lying Immedlstelr ontha pike leading from Laneaster to Crab Orchard: on this tract mere is eoou unci house, stable and all necessary Id. A tract of land containing 80 acr lying Immediately on ths turnpike leading Iroin Lancaster to Crab Orchard. On this tract there Is substantial new frame house, wllh stable, being and "JU The house all necessary about M yards from ths pike and the whole . a Tl"" IhoI Sli ; Boundary consists 01 which lbs bouse stands contains 41 acres, the oth er In the rearof this X3J4 acres. The trscta-- lll be offered as a whole, theu separately. The bid or bids accepted which realUs tho most for the whole H. Stanford, , G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall and Winter Goods, TfUBRClEAIW TAILOR, Wishes lo Inlorin his ratrona of Stanford and vicinity that he haa received ou. ." A Splendid lining 30 seres lying Immediate-ntlone- d pike adjoins I he bome-- 1 Illatt, conveyed to Samuel Illatt. Hlitt br Lawrence dwrMug-hou- On tins tract is suus- ted a small frame 1th. A tract of Und containing about. Mt seres lying Immediately on the above mentioned pike consuls of two original tracts, one containing SJ'i acres, apart of the old acres and the other 121 u " Harrison mall larni. auere is -orchard. ii.ii-n.i- a n.ia.1 first twand afthls then each otfered, The whole 3M cre will of the tracts separately and the bid or blda that reallie th most money will bo accepted. The whole of ths above lands lis within zyi miles ol Lancaster and the first two nieutloned are tracts are regarded as most desirable homes,I'os- well watered and la high slat of cultivation. seeding purposes siren on day of aalo. session for onacreui. uiouu Tsans. Hale will De uiauq aCUTttr reO.Ul.ed Of Immll with PAOll 1.ntha payable to Commissioner, bearing C per parchaser, cent. Interest from dsy ol sale until psld. a lien retained on me tana loriuo imjme-money. Bale will commence still A. is. 3d. A tract ly on the aboio rl tM.I nf Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style.. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly a'nd promptly done. tdi UDHHNUi MIHtl 'I'll Is New Mill, containing (lie latest and MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iiiiuiufucdtrliij; meal ami Hour, In no.r In full operation. Wo will crlntl for customers, for the present1, on Tiicmluy, Wed-ncHtln- y, P ... ... a. Tlnir..liiy, Friday and Saturday of each week, and on Court-Dayand all otlidr public day. iVc solicit a liberal nharo .,. crbrii'a of patronage and .fill endeavor (o give entire t.aUraclioii. .! Aiwa j h on hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, 3.A.ND, 1IA.NIC STOCK, fcC. .Vhcut, Ac. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. -- EXECUTOR'S SALE Flour, Mo.il, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, LAND, StO'CK'AND CROP. gum-botto- of new corn have been made in Pulaski at $2 per barrel. Corn sold at $- '- 05 ec barrel standing In field In Fayette this week. For Sale 10 or 50 bushels white rye. W. H.l'ays, Stanford. Geo. D. Wearen bought 2 car loads pf wheat yesterday at 85 cent. Mr. Stroud, of Pulaski, sold to Ware A Itobinson, 17 head scrub heifers, 730-lb- s. Sales pur-km- at 3 cent. Two pair nice work mule 1 pair good wof k horses and a platform spring wagon. Soc. Owens. Matt Isaacs sold Bam Berry 12 head of hogs, average weight 1C0 pounds, at 0 cts. Lebanon Standard. per pound. Cincinnati quotation show all classes stock lower. Beat cattle are worth 0, bet hogs 8.05, vheep 4 and lambs 0 ceuts. The Louisville races are not so promising a uiual. A heavy track and alow time marked the result of the first day. One pound of what ia called the "Grange" Irish potato, planted In Jessamine county, yielded 150 pounds, which I equal lo 012 bushel to the acre. Public sale of short horn cattle, Oct. 14th, by R.B.AE.P. Woods, and Col. C II. Rochester. For further particular and catalogue address, them at Stanford. -8- .a.CundiiI bought of R. F. Beatle hia house and lot on Mt. Vernon avenue for $2,000, cash. Mr. Beatie will vacate it and CundifT will take possession in about 30 days. Somerset Reporter. For Sale. lt As executor of ElJer Jacob Itobinson, dee'd, I will Oder at Public Bale In Lancaster. Ky., onMonday. Sept. 25, (Coualy Court dsy) the rerasln., undevised to der of the property. Dank Slock une ounxy telielrsofe--J.nl- . 1 buggy and harness; 1 shsre of stock In the Stanford A Laiicait.r turnpike; 16 shares stock In the uiicuiir luiup.-uix silver auu National Bank of v, . Hank slock In hn and M3V. acres theland. The land Jios onLan the of caster g inu mc ,',wiu-l- n Wortusiueoiaudimmeoiaiei Irotu Lancaster to Col. J. II. BrucVi and ad- joint the lauds of J. H. Uoblnsou, Col. J. If. Uruco ...-- ., -- WW.. IIUF-- l, DHJ.l.UlOK, III-IIOf fine timber UPon la rtll ail.! htl an sbundaD-It and will be aold In two tracts as directed by our father lu bis will. d Terms. The land wed-ding- s. cash ths 1st of January next, the remainder In C Interest and 11 months; equal Installments with atC per cent, per aonsui from January 1st, 1833. sold cub;' the reStock Our people are prepared, assisted by The Hank terms will be knownfor on dayforof sale. made mainder, KOBINHO-f.EXK- . other denominations generally, to enter-lai- n ;;-- U A.C. the Presbytery during Its approaching meeting. This assistance tendered is gladly received. There are very few PresAsKiccutorof James U. 1'srsons, dee'd, I will byterian families in town and it does not on the 33il liny or Nett., IMS, sell to the suit members of ecclesiastical bodies to be bl.best bidder, the Karni on which decedent llv. with quartered at a distance In the country. Dj ed, containing SO Acres of productive Und, Land comfortable tuiproTeuuuU, also SJ Acres ol good lands sre In a tho way, this case recalls an anecdote of the Irlnx near the above. These schools, tnurcnes. convenient to olden time. Some Tears acA when tue will alao sell at the sstue time the following IS barrel of Cum, Militant" waa somewhat personsltyl -- stacks orllsy.one about 40 d buihsls term "Church Mare, of Wheat, Bsddle, Ac. literally construed "to mean churches al- ..000 cut blonles. 1 bin I'iow, J on a credit TltHm: The personalty will be sold ways fighting, there waa to be a Methodist oftbree months, with Interest on all sujs uver casu. -- no under Conference at Mt. Sterling. It wa the day 110; for one-thi- that amount,llw remainder to I paid cash; sold iusl installments, and to A vehicle containing a lu G and II of stage coaches. bear Interest at the rale ol6 percent, from date. breth- Approved security will bo required of punbaser lady and two of the whlte-cravatretained conversation on both real and personal, and a lienBale to U- ou ren was nearing the town. A -c tho land lor the purchase money- J, K. IjYN3fa.. arose between the. Revs, as to their proba- place on the premises. ..-,ble location on reaching the end of the journey. They concurred In their views Connty Farm For Salel that Campbelllsm held the fort In that Lincoln majority. Both depreplace by a large nrlsstelr mr firm of 375 arms la Kaitot laufrrd. within cated the Idea of Wng quartered on Camp-bcllite- on DUKlisr, Oi milts turnpike --now belncou- a half mile ofthenew and both gave various orthodox structed Iroui Btaafofd to .rruicoersTiiie. au exd from the dwelling to tho pike. but uncomplimentary reasons for their cellent dirt-roa-are brick aud frame, with lOruoma. Uulldings dread of such a fate. On reaching the Well watered with Sne springs, some ol them medIncluding ical water. Improvement Ant-clastown our two friends were received by the the fencluB, Terms liberal. Addresa or call on ii, B. K. ,., WEAREN, TJIVl3ItTVI:i3-rt- , SM MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY, Has jnst received a Full Line of BlMcBB Parlor Suites, VWm EXECUTOR'S SALE! Olininbor Suites; nls6 cheap JJeds, Bureaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Con tor Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. Caskets, I also keep constantly j( I sell at figures that can not be beaten. hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. on ." w 9) bEd -- DEALER Mil Ml IN- - Shelf Hardware, , Iron, JIOItNl. SHOES-- IIOKSU MIOI. NAILS, Cut Nails, Buggy Sp.okes, Elms, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, - I committee, Introduced to"Bro. Mitchell of the Kefortp Church, and assigned to his hospitalities for the meeting. The gentleman received them courteously, conveyed them In .an elegant carriage to a stately mansion whoso surrounding betokened that luxurious ease which the Methoappreciate, dist mlnlatry so thorough showed them to rooma whose every appliance bespoke the most elegant taste and the most expansive hospitality. After a sufficient Interval for reconstruction and jest the host nppeared'and conducted them '.. -t a w to llie supper room, inuwuciug 4a.. Mrs. M. Judge of their horror when they recognited In the lady stalling at the head of the table their unknown of the stage coach a thorough If ha been said that a Methodist minister la never at a loss, but if these two enjoyed the situation the fact ho never transpired, a MKS.NAHAII COOK, btautord. Llncolu tounty Ky. Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, CCLA-ID- ! I aw iclllus the LAUll-- I. COU HTY COAL for McAlUt.r, ltoclc r A Co. I'arttes wishing to buy will do welt to y lue before purchasing Itespect-full- y, A. T. NVNNtXI-lSY- . 17-- tl OPERA HOUSES. HTAMFOIID. Sto ves,Tinware, Fruit Jars aJU, Lime, 3rxocei'ies3 QUEENS WARi--, OL ASS WARE, .... a .. ..f W. T. WALTON, l..rKia.,. aa above. . - Propriotor. K.Y. Comont, &o. Also 4 sets ol Eceii' . klvkt nun-Io- ta iucludlnir -nailery, C00. err tvalloK . can-cit- y, . ... :: Addn to licasonabie raw ".. goou aur-cuo- THE CHAMPION STEEL FLOW, -- And tho- Hir-Tl-- fellow-passeng- Cauip-belllt- e. NTI-AYED OENUIIOS OXiXVJ.lt T. M. JOIINSTON, DAVID BKINNEH, l lT.OW. Roofing, Gutter From my plate near McKluner, a rod row wllh while bark, right born oil', marked wllh half crop to vach ear, large bull ou when she left home. Anjr Ufuriuatlou I u regard lo said row will be Ijt VHKSI.KX HhVyy.K. recclfwl. U None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal, ing, &c, done on short notice. aloamon I Th Hart tit Moon. Talmagt, A ContiJiratt Burglar. Octavia, as she camo down to break Tho September moon fulls on tho Takriago is describe) m follows by fast In a pink chambery morning I The most considerate 1burclar ever jr..J t i -- r I..- - J..- -i drew, not at all ndtabk to her light neani ui iih just piaccu inra. mur the Boston Jlerald correspondent: "His 27th at 12:20 A. M. It is tho beauti rill, of Fclmouth, Mo., under lasting 'mouth, liko his church, Is moro com ful harvest moon and possesses special ICY. complexion and red hair. "My pa For owing to afford to keep a hired housekeep obligations. Sho was alono in her modious than that of any other Amer- claims to distinction. 22, 1882 can't Friday Morning, September in regard to tho equator er, now I'm at home, so you had best houso and in the middlo of tho night ican clergyman. Otherwise , ho it a tho ecliptic ng man. His hair is at this season, the moon rises for sevlook out for another situation. Of was awakened by the sonnd of foot' common-lookiOOM r M S HOUSKEPIM. steps on tho stairs. Sho jumped out straight and reaches to his coat collar eral consecutivo nights with only n courso wo could givo you references "Thoy nro coming, Viney!" for honesty, etc.," and Octavia jingled of bed, hastened to tho door, and ask behind, but not nearly to his forehead comparatively small Interval between Miis Nancy Crowfoot tucked her tho teaspoons in tho cups, and took cd who was there, when tho following tn front. When ho smiles you know tho successive risings. Tho short Auball 6f blue yarn Into her apron-pock- et, It, but you do not see tho idiotic grin tumnal days seem thus to he prolongher placo at tho head of tho tablo witli amusing colloquy began : and, shading her oyea with "Now, don't you bo afraid. Wo of a clown. Ho steps high in walking ed by tho floods of silvery moonlight wero, a flourish of trumpets, as it ono hand looked down tho lane, Great was tho surprise of Farmer don't want to hurt you and wont harm to and fro on tho platform, but docs that mako.tho night beautiful as day. - jwhero tall mulberry trees throw their Mavis when Octavia informed hira a hair of your head. But wo want not jump dp nnd crack his heels to- Tho phenomenon is as easily explained long shadows on tho velvet grass. 810, and you have cot to givo it to gether. He uses his arms freely in as tho axial rotation of tho earth. Hut that Miss. Nancy was going away. 'Coming, Miss Nancy!" echoed n gesticulation, but they novcr look liko in tho older times, when man was "Going away?" ho repealed, star mo." "But I haven't any money in tho moro than two. Ho is not a jumping nearer to nature tho harvest moon sweet voice. his daughter. ing half stupidly at houflti " And pretty Viney Mavis hastily jack at least he was not on this oc- was considered a direct interposition "That's what I said, aint it?" snap ') "Well, givo us S5, then." ! shoved a gooseberry pio into tho oven, in of Providence to assist tho husband"Going away. ped tho latter, tartly. "I tell you I haven't any money at casion. Pcrhapi thero was nothing the man In gathering in tho harvest. Tho and came out on the back porch, with the sermon exciting enough to pull f Sho knows you don't need two house all." J its drapery of pink and "Qh, corao now you must havo a string." The samo writer credits Tal waning moon was in conjunction with keeper; and now I'm hero, of courso morning-gloryines. dollar. Uivo m that ami wo will go mage with memorizing his sermons so Ncptuno on tho 2d, with Saturn on it's my place." , She, too, gazed eagerly down the perfectly that without copy or notes, tho 3d, with Jupiter on tho fith, and So thero was no help for it, and away. eyes lane.'aml soon tho sapphire-bl- ue "No, I bavoa't a cent." his delivory is almost sentence for sen- with Urnus pn tho 12th. Tho now Farmer Mavis harnessed up the horse checks sparkled and the pink-tint- ed "Well, I suppose we'll havo logo tence identical with tho manuscript moon ot tho 12th was in conjunction helped Miss Nancy into tho and broke into dimpling smiles. without jt. Now don't be scared; wo which ho has studied. "When it is with Mercury and Mars on tho spring-wag- on himself. don't mean to hurt you; aro going considered," ho says, "that tho longest and with Venus on tho 10th, passing "It's them;" she cried. "I could tell "That's the last of her thank good I a milo away." old Dannie's jog-tr- ot directly. Do you want us to rolo in a play seldom equals a sermon a degree and a half North of ncssl" muttered Octavia to herself away Vinev had been up sinco peep of when old Dapple had trotted out of leave this light burning, or shall wo in length, and that the actor is aided Journal. day, when tho first touch of pink sight; "and I'd givo Viney her walk blow it out?" by tho breaking up of his lines into Men in India who drive or caro for blushed in the Eastern sky, and when "You may leavo it burning, please." dialogue, by tho dramatic situations elephants ing papers too, if it wasn't that I real If aro called mahouts. cat-bi- rd wero tho thrush and tho And the burglar went down stairs iu which ho is placed, and by tho ly need somo body to do the heft of thero aro children in tho family the earliest morning pcans. confederates, nnd prompter, whenever his recollection trilling their the kitchen work. But I'll teach her and reioined his elephants show great fondness for window, fails, then Talmago's two feats of memSho had milked tho sleepy-looki- ng to know her placo. She's no better leisurely departed through a them, and aro really careful nurses, still wet from cows, their dew-la- ps than a servant girl, if sho is pa carrying with them sovcral articles of ory every Sunday may bo compre- In that warm climato it is no uncom contact with tho dripping grass, and silver and jowelry which they had hended." niece. And when Arcbio Groy comes mon tiling for a jackal or wolf to had breakfast ready just as the morn-in- g to pay the visit he promised I shall collected whilo tho lady of tho house Tho deacons of a negro Baptist walk into a hut when the mother is d slept. sun was peeping over tho keep her out of his sight, or of courso Church in Baltimoro say that tho pas- away, nr even when her back is turn blufU, lining tho shores of the Maiuiying in IlAsm Half a year tor put in a bill for $150 rent of his ed, and pick up and carry off the ba she'd bo her cap for him great Father of Waters. ago a Western girl of good family parsonngo when he had paid only $120, by. But if placed in tho elephant's when she know how rich ho is, It was an extraordinary occasion, as Tho sun had slipped quite out of eloped with a fellow who must havo and tbby voted that he was too dishon care sho can go away feeling perfectly farmer Mavis was going to tho station sight in tho crimson West, and nigh- t- been at least handsome, for tho lady est to preach. Ho insisted upon occu safe, and the children enjoy their twelvo miles distant, to bring homo hawks and bats wero flitting aoout in had no lack of admirers in her own nvinz tho pulpit, but ono deacon hugo playfellows. Sometimes a num Octavia, from his only daughter, search of their proy, when the sound town. Thrco days ago sho was oblig snatched away his Bible and an her of elephants may be socn lying "boarding school. pulled him out, A still livelier down in the water, with their backs of wheels was heard in the lane, and od to shoot her husband to avoid being " "Do'n't you bother yourself nbout old Dapple camo trotting into sight as killed by him; testimony to this ' effect other outbreak occurred in a negro Metho just above tho surface, making a small tho breakfast, Viney," said the farbriskly as if he had been in the past- was gracefully given by the dying dist Cburoh in Alabama. Tho minis- Island on which tho babies play in mer, good naturedly as ho lighted his tiro all day, instead of traveling man. After her marriage the lady ter announced that everybody who ereat dee. If ono tumbles off the colt pipe by the kitchen fire. "I kin miles to and from the discovered that her husband was a bad given ten cents at the passing of elephant fishes him up with his trunk twentv-fo- ur cat a snack, and hev breakfast when gambler, an opium eater and a brute. the hats could join the communion and puts him back again. station. we git home." . announced Octavia, Why she did not discover all this be- service, which was about to begin, and "Pa's comol" But Viney would not hear to. it, sailing out to the back porch, whero fore marriage is a natural question, but It has been said that lightning nev he invited all who were thus qualified and withher own hands she fried her er strikes twice in the same place, but Viney sat, with drooping head and oue which few women . who have bad to take the front seats. Among thoso uncle's favorite pancakes, yellow with similar marital experiences would an who went lorward was a brother whose tho assertion Las "been falsified, l'ar aching heart, sighing over tho happy was Cobb, of eggs, poured out his coffee and sot c days that were gone forever. "And swer if they could, .hither man or contribution had consisted of a bat- raer glass of sweet milk at his plate. milking a cow in tho barn one evening good gracious I he's brought Miss woman who marries for good looks tered aud punched dime. The pastor recently, when all of a sudden a thun "Dinner will bo all ready when Nancy back again 1" sho cried, snap without taking pains to learn whether excluded him. A fight ensued, and a good crashed down close by the .'ypu.get back, uncle, there are any other desirablo qualifi during tho tumult somebody escaped der-lpishly, as two figures came up the appetite," she said, kissing him good walk in the barn, tearing the limbs off a tree and cations takes risks compared with with the bread and wine. purple gloaming. bye. aMi shattering oue side of the barn, ihe on a dark which leap into the ,'It wasa happy family that dwelt "Oh, no, Octavy, I bavn't brought night isa an eminently river proceeding, Plantation Philosophy. What old centleman lit out for the house safe Miss Nancy back!" returned her ni" the old brown farmhouse. is on de outside of a man is de straw, without bothering himself about the would be merci Mavis was good nature father, cood naturedly. "This here's for in one case death Farmer but what is on de insido isde grain. milk, but just as ho got to the kitchen fully sudden; in the other it must be and Miss Nancy, the my wife, Mrs. Jeremiah Mavis, personified, Doen jedgo do actions. A possum door along came a second deafening torture, was a sweet tempered hadn't uo uso for two housekeepers, the result of years of hopeless housekeeper, is a mighty big hippocrit, but ho's report. A few seconds later tho barn old, either, you know," he added, with a twinkle old, maid; and not very copyinc of legal and other powerful good meat. was in flames and tho cow which FarThe ifor the youthful crinkles still lurked in his eyes, "so I concluded to keep documents with the Dar can be sich a thing as too much mer Cobb had been milking was roost ma in her soft brown hair, and her cheeks Nancy." chine is rapidly coming into promi economy. It's de little doso of calo ed nlive, along with seven others and Octavia tossed her head and flounc nence as a remunerative occupation mel dat salivates a man. were as rosy a3 a winter pear-maithe season's hay crop. m just touched by the frost. She was a ed off to her room It may be possiblo fur a man what for women. Tho work is peculiarly distant connection of farmer Mavis, "I wont stand it!" she declared to adapted to their capabilities, as it de doan like music tcr get ter heben, but A suit which will provo of great aud managers interest to theatre-goer- s liniMiad kept house for him ever since herself. "I'll marry Archie Grey, mands, instead of physfcal strength dinged ef I can soo what business he'll of amusement halls has been brought 'tho death of his wife, some six years and snap my fingers at pa and all the hab up dar. simply a rapid, delicato and dexterous 'ago1. rest of them." 'Tears is sometimes caused from hard at Richmond, Va, A gentleman was use of the fingers, much liko that re his niece, and was as Viney was in tho opera houso of that She went sulkily down to breakfast quisite tor piano playing. Expert enin' ob do heart as well as softeuin. arrested dear to him as an own daughter. the next morning, without deigning a manipulators of the machine can of I'bc cried like a child when I'se been city for occupying a seat for which he Great wero the preparations which had uo coupou, although he had glanco at her step mother, who sat at ten earn from ten to twelvo dollars per real mad. Ark. Traveler. g., wero made for Octavia's mma ticket of admission. The seat was the head of the table, pouring out day, and sometimes more. No pre Mita Nancy had scoured the The other day a certain lady in tho ouly vacant ono in tho houso. seemed in high coffee. Her father liminary education is required except Home, Ga,, started out shopping. windows and made up the plump bed Now ho will ask tho courts to decide spirits. the capacity to spell rapidly and well, sheets on her hat she thought whether or not tho theatre is compell with fresh, lavender-scent- ed the though tho efficiency of the type While putting "Wal, Octavy, if you can't heavy, but not noticing ed to furnish seats when a ticket is and. pillows slips, and tho best home housekeeper, you kin soon hev Viney's writer is much increased by a knowl it .felt very spun coverlet. any thing, put it on her head. On sold for it and the monoy paid. ho remarked, with edge place, I reckon," Chicago Jour her return home sho asked her sister of stenography. And Vinoy had cooked a Bubstau-tia- l twinkling eyes. "One weddin' makes nal. The father whose boy is smoking to takeoff her hat as sho thought dinner roast chicken and cream many, thoy say; an' sho's M to the young man who something was in it. Her sister" took cigarettes is derelict in his duty unAlex. Julian, biscuit, new potatoes and grccu peas bo married afore long." was iniurcd by a pistol shot wound in off her hat, aud whilo doing so came less ho puts that hoy at some wholoand cauliflower, with custard and ?" "Married gives him a sound this placo during tho Fair, so for re very near being bitten by a snake, somo trado at onco, goosobcrry pie for dessert. "Yen," continued Farmer Mavis, covered as to beablo to Iks removed to The lady had worn tho snake around whipping ami stops the habit in its In the mean time Octavia was on whilo Vinoy blushed liko a brier-rose- . his homo yesterday. From tho effects with her all tho time, unconscious of first stage. For if it be not checked thd'ears, speeding along at tho ratb of "Archie Grey has been to see it only begets worse habits aud opens of tho wound, ho is still deprived of its presenco. Romo Telephone. a milo a minute. She was a sharp her off an' on fur a good spell now; tho way for extravagance iu its worst tho sense of sight and smell, but emi featured, thin lipped girl, with light an' yesterday wo met him nigh the Mr. and Mrs. Yarnall lived in the and most criminal forms. Kansas hair, and a faco as freckled as a tur parsonage, an' ho asked me plump nent physicians who havo examined the opinion that same houso for forty years, at Media, City Times. s egg. key him carefully express out for Viney. So I said I reckoned without speaking to each other, VI am going to keep houso for my his eyesight will bo restored. This Pa., The outlook lor tho growing crop I could spare her, Beein' you was homo each adhering stubbornly to a resolu.'la,'.' she had said, affectedly, to her belief is strengthened by; thq fact that of sugar cano in Louisiana is exceed now, to tako her placo." toJim cronies. "To be to make the first advance girl tho injured man is able to determine tion not sure, ho has a bright. Tho acreage of cano Viney made a pretty, dimpled, reconciliation. When tho hus ingly soft of relativo keeping house now is struck in his room af ward when a light this year is reliably stated to bo threo blushing little bride, but Octavia is band was stricken by fatal illness the un old maid but I shall soon set her Shelby Sentinel. ter dark. times as great as last year, and not an old maid still, wifo was asked to relont, but she re adrift. I detest old maids!" withstanding the damage by tho spring Tho latest device forswindling is un fused, as did he, and death soon made In duo time Octavia reached home. Edward Burnett, of Soutbboro, has overflow, it is believed that the crop "To their separation complete. She Iwstowed a cool nod on Miss a plan by which ho forces all tho cream der cover of an advertisement: will reach 250,000 hogsheads of sugar. Nancy and touched Viney's finger-ti- pa to rise from milk in ten hours, making thoso just married or contemplating Thoso poor children in Now York marriage." promising to send for one Dr. R. G. Aloxaudcr, writing in an frigidly. who have been taken on tho fresh-ai- r a great saving of time, labor and vesdollar, toany address, "carefully sealed English medical paper, says that neu1" she cried iu a thin jMerey,on,us sels for holding milk. By his process excursions saw many sights now to high voice, as alio entered the house. the milk is put into deep pails, per- and secure from observation, a work them. One little girl followed the ralgia is a disease arising from debili "Dinner at this hour? How horrid I haps twenty inches deep by eight which no no wly: married couple should farmer as he went out for vegetables ty: that it U increased by disease bo without," etc. Hundreds of letters bodily, but is relieved by What does make pa keep such inches in diameter, aud these aro arfor dinner, and camo back excited fo mental or came, each containing the dollar. To food, and sometimes by stimulants. hours ?" her companions, crying : "He dug tho ranged in such a way that the lower JlQNaucy and Vinoy stood aghast part is exposed to the ordinary tem each address was sent a cheap testa pcrtaters out of tho ground, and Pure air, night and day, and perfect went, costing, with postage, about ten cleanliness are advised. at this uulooked-f- or reception. didn't pay a cent!" perature of the dairy room, say sev m cents. And it would bo hard to say "We had it earlier than usual on euty to seventy-fiv- e A locomotive which dropped into degrees, while the 20,000 puns have already Over your account, Octavia," ventured her tops aro covered by a movable ice wherein it did not "fill the bill." Kiowa Creek, Kansas, through a been reported in tho Ninth Congres cousin.1 'We thought .you might chest, which keeps them exposed to a f They havo just cut down a huge sional district about Col. Hurt going bridge, some years ago, has never been need something." discovered, although repeated sound-ing- s tree in Mexico, Mo., which measured cold air. Upon the prinsomebody. As the Colonel is "Need something, indeed?" sniffed ciple that heat rises and cold descends, nine feet through, near the ground, to hurt have been made for it. No iu- a bachelor, it would be well enough to Octavia, with a sneer on her thin the .warm milk at the bottom of the was 110 feet high, tho first limb growformation of quicksands in that locali prophecy that somo old maid might lips. pf thirty feet from seizo the opportunity of getting Hurt. ty oxisted up to tho time of the acci"Do you s'poso I've been starved pails is constantly rising toward tho ing out at a height dent. has become cold its base, and is thought'to have been mt Bourbou News. where I Carao from ? Besides, I had top, whilo that which years old. The desceuds, thus keeping up a constant at least threo hundred Hon. Alexander II. Stephens is get- a lunch ou tho cars. I'm going up to Macon county, Ga., has a citizen 300 wood tlncr fat. running for Governor of myroomxto take a nap, now," she circulation, which, it is claimed, so ir fence-pos- was made up into 800 rails, who has burled six wires and is now besides ten cords of fireritates the cream that it is glad to get Georgia. Ho uow tips the beam at added. "It will bo soon enough for living with the seventh. Ho has 108. wood. up to tho top and settle. and nossiblv will goto 110 bo- dinner after that." And she swung been kept so busy getting married and fore the canvass closes. An old bachelor leaving his boarding-out of tho room without waiting for a Tho extermination of snakes has house, attending funerals that ho now weighs after taking leavo pf his reply. Within a radius of eight miles of been vouchsafed. Pennsylvania farmbut ninety pounds. "Wal, el that don't beat ulli" grum. landlady, stepped up to s salt mackm Sanford, Fla., there aro 2,002 orange bled, Farmer Marvis, hU honest blue ers' boys have discovered that suake erel on tho table, shook it by the tail A proverb for those times, or any groves containing 165,235 trees. The skins make good whiplashes, and two 'eyes expanding with surprise. "Kf old fel- other times : Speak but littlo, but let State produces over 50,000,000 ornnd remarked: "Good-by- e, Bcasido belles aro the envy of their Octavia thinks we'ro goiu' to wail for that little be tho (ruth; spend but lit- anges. low, I'll see you whea I return." mm her tojiap it aforo wo eat dinner, she girl friends becausoof their gaudy gir tle, but let that little bo cash down . The United States census reports li A Boston court has decided that klu think so, that's all I Fetch along dles of rattlesnakes' hides. Further cows in this The whole number of Jews fu the that there aro 12,011,1-1investigatiou will doubtless demon is not to be clissified among 'the coffee, Viney." United States, according to tho cen country, aud they aro worth 832J,- strate that hoop snakes make good tho tiecessaries of life, aud has fined , "I shall tuko tho head of tho talilo hoops, glass suakei good spectacles. a West End coufectioner 910 and sus of 1880, was 230,89-1- of whom 710,010, or an avcrago of 827 per head. 00,000 livo in New York. myself, now, Miss Nancy," declared j and garter snakes good suspenders. costs lor selling it on Sunday. x 2 STIiTOiaD, i Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific CONDENSED TIME. & IIAIXHOAD Railway. 3? , 32 1 Mlintlfrft TI.I33IIil231 Aii I,, IMI, CINCINNATI HOVTHKItN STATIONS. DIVISION, Pir Ada j?Ut III. l.i. A.M. 1 I,IM:. TKAtNS IIOINd NUKTII, Hi. Hun. Miarn I, MJ. I,t, 11 P.M. S40 II 10 ltlthmon.l l,ancaittr HhHtir Lt. llnclnnill... 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Arkamaa. 1211 1MI Onlr tme change tut hlcago, HI liult and Malt. 6 30 Kur fuither Information alamt llckcla to the houlh, Kana, Colorado, m I emigrant ratea to . AT.MOMi:, Florida, addrrM lien. ihua. ami Tlrlel AL, Uiulatllle, Kj. I II 50 (If V. J. Anthonr, Ait. Ktanfard. Kr I. " Jackaon 711 1H (00 Moil I 2U l.te. Mfliliurf.... Jacknon . " Hratnlon. Arr. Meridian. VHK.WI)Ullll. THE NEW ROUTE EAST, Kocft.. IIIU I III l cloud-cappe- HIIUhVMMIir ANII I'AUirH!. Ere. Vlfklblirj ....-.- ... I .. !.... till IWlU.. . !.... I It SO ' . .. J" Arr. Monroe- -.. 4 I.. . I 7M Lt. Monro .... WASHINGTON! Till: ONLY MM! M'NNINd Arr. Vlctiuurx. JOHN BUirr, V Il'r, Cincinnati, Ohio, I', A. 11 n Hon Ptlta 11130 i too II J IIAUIIV, (I Mlaa.. JOK F. I'. A. A r, (I ll'X, Monro. I.. lldil IHK. 1' A WII.MIN, II. Cincinnati, O - II. rl.l-IIKAN.M Il'r, (. allann.va.Tann., K. V K. . M tn.ld.n. 1' (I. 1 Man. Un Moil. and Il'r, A. V., 8. A 1'. irkl,unt, SOLID TRAINS, -- WITII- - Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! mmL& To; v 'JED) .From LOUISVILLE . To WASHINGTON, TimoUHltTIIC Grandest Scenery in America Conner la pnrelr vcifUMe and fre Thla from all it.leieriou nr dangcrou. auttaure, nd II la knaoluteljr rcttaln to bring; all klmltorwomie II I. not nauwilnc to from tho human artiem tho moot (l.Ucatetioniarh I aud chiMien will uka which .hootd It aa readily aa llier wi recoratnen I II to ever? hmiaekmier - farenu ran pplr II wllli aifetr and eiiarkliiia- eyei, h.ipr and Jorowa tot rit. will umihim liKi.tr esprit tho rtltu,l nf lha llltle eo.a. It la Iho m.ily lilt H.rm kilter andla i.e.ant 10 take Iwenlrup In wild by dealer at nr tlata, ctnta. Try bottle Manurarture.1 by C. I'UIIIIXK4 CO. 1 tlnf direct In I'enn. Icot fur Boltimore,PhiladelphMN. The Onlr Direct Una to Y. wlt tntar, Virginia anil tliu C'tirolliiiiK. and ror, Ticket! art oaaaU at lhl al3IO attha(ieneral(lfflrrtht' ilntlwl Ticket A 11. 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