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Semi-weekly interior journal: September 26, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882092601_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: September 26, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Setit VOLUME Snni-McclilX.-NUM- - Wukm The M ateliif 26, 1882. The Habit of Saving, foitfii&L NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. The Quick Pantaloont, STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Woman Who Ha Renounced Her Urtut. Argument Agaimt the Blind Bridie, 81. Children who have a littlo money Thero is no ono thing that shows tho We do not know who invented this WJiat an nppalling picturo it would falling oft in American brain so much bo if one could look down into tho instrument of horso torture, but wo ought to practico saving something. - Editor and Proprietor as tho habit certain young star span- heart of tlio woman who has renounc- know ho did not understand tho anat- Many boys and girla of to day hardly W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, - Business Manager gled Americans havoof blindly follow- ed her virtuo and portray tho anguish omy and physiology of tho oyo of a know a higher uso for money that horse. comes into their hands than spending ing fashions in dress. And among all of her living death. Human vision is binocular ViihltnUrii Tuentlttv Mini Even though for a brief timo whilo that is, wo sco tho samo objects with it for aome foolish thing as quick as tho fashions that aro ludicrous thero is nono that makes n man with brain sho is squandering tho price of tho both oyes and so adjust tho axis of possible. To such, a lesion in Opora Block, Ky., H'J.riO 1U3II A.NNIJM. and economy ia very important. immortal soul in things that minister vision that tho) objectappcars single, so tired as tho tight pant that aro TKAX,T3ItH IN worn by some of thosocloty ducks. only to the comfort of lior poor, per- though seen with both eyes. IJut tho As go tho boy's pennies and dimes, so WltlCH, Drug, Wall Paper. Room in Htattn, .Musical A man who has a leg that is big ishing body, I do not beliovn it is oyes ot tlio horso aro placed on tho very likely will go tho man's dollars ChcnilcalM, JIooKh, IituuorH, IiiMiriiiiicniH, Hho was a Ilttlo old womnn, very l'HllltM, Ntullolicrj', I'OtliPl enough to bo seen with tho naked oyo possible fur her to forget lor a momont( aide of tho head andjtho axis of each and hundreds by and by. Without tiKiirs dressed In black borabazino tlint OIlH, plainly noitpM. Culllcry, Tobacco. can indulgo iu reasonably tight pants, what sho was, what sho ia, what sho eyo is ncarlyjat;right angles with tho having the spirit of n miser, the perJ.iiinpH, Perfumery, Fire Arm, Machine had seen careful wear, nml her bon-ne- t and not mako n show of himself, but might havo been, nnd what sho can longitudinal lino of tho body, so that son accustomed to eavo has moro MCCdlCH. was very old fashioned and pcoplo Uiir Jewelry, MlTcrwaro and optical (Joodn Department Is In Charge of Col. it is impossible that tho samo object plcasuro in laying up than a spendfur a yuung masher whoso leg is about never bo. Tlios. Itlcliard.i. who will Hcnalr Matclieannd Clocks I'ronmtlr nml In Urn 1...1 llio lalo of tared at her tottering up It may tako tho semblanco of ha- con bo distinctly seen with two eyes. thrift ever knows. tho shapo of n cistern polo, and tho Btjle. the grand church, evidently bent on tred toward her unsullied sisters, but Now, by blinding tho oyo' in ,tho diTho way to keep money is to earn it shao of n lath, to encaso it in a cov ono of tlio licst acal,'for a great ma- it is in reality tho fruitless, hopeless rection in which it was intended in its fairly and honestly. Monoy so obtained ering of gaudily colored gun-catman preached on that day, and tlio construction that it ahould sec, it is isprelty sure to abide with its possessor. terial, ii tootoo. A young man despair of a ruined soul. housn waa filled with splendidly-dresseSho is cut off from tho opportunity forced to ueo an obliquo vision, as if But money that is inherited, or in any called on a aarcaatlo girl a fow oven-ing- s pooplo who had heard of tlio famo of since, his legs dono up in tho of doing good, for her charity carries we should cover the front of our opt- way cordes without a fair and just tho preacher, of hia learning, bis tightest of pants legs, and sho looked with it a stain, and tho humblest re ica and bo compelled to sco only by equivalent, is almost certain to go as Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of and goodness, and they very sad and her eyes had a far away cipient of her mercy shrinks from tho tho cornors of our eyes. This unnat-tura- l easily as it came. Tho young man at tho prcatimption of tho poor look. Ho asked her what it wan that blotted hand that is stretched forth to and constrained uso of tho eyo who begins by saving a few dollars a Sho must havo been in old woman. must, to a greater or lees extent, im- month, end thriftily increases hia canned her to bo troubled. Sho looked rcliovc. Every quality of mind and heart her dotaco, for alio pickod out tho pew nt his large, generous, fiddle-bo-x pair vision, if not entirely, dc8troy.it. atoro every coin being a representa feet Consisting of of tho richcat and proudest member of and said sho had been wondering how only deepens her responsibility, and Tho object for'which tho blind bridlo tion of good solid work, honestly and increases her influenco for ovil. Who tho church and took a acat. Tho thrco is used, is not accomplished by it. A manfully done stands a better chance ho got his feet through tho legs, that looks into her gaunt, care-wo- rn, ladica who wcro seated thero licckoncd horse is moro readily frightened when to spend tho laat half of hia life in afwhether ho unscrewed them and took faded face as horrible under its mash to tho sexton, who bent over tho Inho can not see tho object of his dread fluence and comfort than ho who, in them off, or whether thero was a liingo truder and whispered something, but in tho anklo so ho could straighten of paint as a death's head, and does than if ho can havo a fair view of it. his hasto to becomo rich, obtains not imagino what it was in tho days IJut sho was hard of hearing, and smiled a it is surprising to observo with money by dashing speculation or tho recently a them out. At a of innocence and purity? What that what littlo withered smilo as alio said, gent- Also, a Nfco Lino" of devious means which abound in the tenacity men hold on to an young man with tight green pants waa poor, weak, despairing heart must sufand although in His sight foggy region lying between fair deal'O, I'm quite comfortablo hero, lying under a tree, when a farmer fer in these dark hours when tho soul & tho best and purest aro full of evil, ing and actual fraud. Among the who had brought somo milk to tho qulto comfortablo." beforo stands alono and I am opening daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Mnrkot.to bo could not add to what alio had already wisest and most thrifty men of wealth "Hut you nro not wanted hero," picnickers took n stick and struck ono its Creator I sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. suffered His awful condemnation. tho current proverb is "money goes as said tho sexton, prompty; "thero is not of tho legs real hard. Tho young The tears of no earthly sorrow are TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. Tho righteous wrath of God is not it cornea." Let tho young mako a room. Como with mo my good wo- man felt hurt aud jumped to his feet, liko those she sheda in the aolitudo of vindictive and cruel. His warning note of this, and sco that their money demanding an explanation. Tho farmman, I will sco that you havo a Beat." her misery and shame; and there are comes fairly, that it may long abido "Not room," said tho old womnn, er said ho saw it lying thero and few such who, could they retrace the reproofs como to those who transgress her old sunken proportions thought it was a striped snake. Thero downward path by whicli they do- - His laws, first in pain, in tears and with them. looking at "Why, aro many things tho small legs and eccnded into woe, would not como in suffering, as peace and happiness. Stiunoe Blunders. The "patent ant!' then at tho fiuo ladies. l'm'tiot crowded a bit. I rodo ten tight pants could bo used for, if tho back, though every step of tho way He makes the earthly rewards of those outsides" of some country papers aro TheLAEGEST STOOK of WAT0HES,0L00KS, JEWELRY who endeavor to do right. Mary H. frequently guilty of astounding blunmiles to hear tho sermon to day, le- - slimncsi is going to remain in fashion should be marked by the prints of AND SIlTVEltWAItE Krout in Kokomo Tribune. " for any length of timo. If a tip could ders, but probably tho following, taken Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. cause their bleeding feet. Could they begin Watches. Clocks and Hut hero tho sexton took her by tho lo arranged to fasten on tho foot, and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. A Poon Relation. Chas. Lamb: from an Ohio paper of August 15, over again the lifo that has been worse arm, and shook her roughly in a p- o- a reel could bo strapped on tho thigh, than wasted, hunger and toil and A poor relation is the most irrelevant 1882, takes tho palm : "Gen. Garfield, a correspondent lito underhand way, and then alio took and littlo loops made along tho leg to want would bo borno in cheerful pa- thing in nature a piece of impertinotes, now receives hundreds of newsthe hint. Her faded old eyes filled run a lino through, tho fashionablo nent correspondency; an odious aptience. with teara, her chin quivered, but sho young gent could uso his leg for fishIt is not strango that thousands of proximation; a haunting conscience; papers with articles marked referring aroao meekly and left tho pew. Turn ing tackle. To sco a couplo of the such lost souls who can enduro their a preposterous shadow, lengthening in to him. Ho is gaining an experienco inir nuiet v to tho ladiej. who were slim legs in tho office of a hotel, torment no longer rush head-lonthe noontido of our prosperity; an as an exchange reader,and all kinds of spreading their rich dresses over tho among other fair sized legs one thinks "anywhere, auywhero out of tho unwelcomo remembrancer; a perpetually-re- experience aro needed as tho head of a spaco sho left vacant, sho said gently: of a couplo of stalks of nsparagus, world," feeling that no futuro punish- curring mortification; a drain great nation." "Gen. Garibaldi's health has been "I hope my dcara, thero'll bo room aud wonders how a vino would look ment can bo greater than that they on your purse, a more intolerant dun climbing up tho legs. What a place find already intolerable. The divine on your pride; a drawback upon suc- entirely restored by his residenco on in Ileavon fornll." OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Then alio followed the pompous sex- such legs would be for string lieans to Christ onco said to such an offender, cess; a rebuke to your ruing; a stain tho Genoese coast. He frequently to tho rcur of tho church, where, cling to. lint thero is ono thing such "Neither do I condemn thee; go thou in a It embracer .Staple and Fancy O mix-Hen- , ton Patent and Family in your blood; a blot on your escutch- visits the villages along the shore In the last pew, bLo waa seated between pants are good for. No ant can crawl and sin no moro." canoe or small boat. His friends eon; a rent in your garment; a death's Flour, Meal, JJacon and Karri, Tobacco and C'lgara, Wooda thrcadbaro girl and a ahabby old up such a pair of trousers, to mako that he will live ten years longer, He, tho Allwiso, knew how fully head at your banquet; Agathocles' en, Willow and Tinware, GUihh and (liiccnswarc. Canned Thero is she had expiated her sin, to what pot; a Mordecai at your gate; a Laz- a least." lifo a burden to tho wearer. man: GoodH of all Kinds a Hpccially. Itciucmbcr the place, "The "Sho must bo crazy' said ono of alwajs much sympathy expressed to A woman has to exercise a good depth ot Borrow that guilty soul had arus at your door; a lion in your path; tho ladies in tho pow which alio had tho owner of condensed legs, encased Corner Store." l to tako a husband. surd practice, when a moment's ro- - a frog in your chamber; a fly in your deal of "What can an igno- in guti covets. Thero is a feeling that first occupied. Whilo sho remains single sho has flection would teach them better, ointmeut, a moto in your eye; a To sow grain in corn laml or any ordinary land nopreparation is needed where this implement t rant old woman liko hvr want to hear tho owner of them ia in danger of out of twenty horses you uraph to your enemy; an apology to Bweet compliments showered upon her t 1 ued; limply drive into the Jield and go to trori teeding. preach for 7 Sho would not having them broken off by a dog runDr. seo in harness navo blind undies on, your friends; the ono thing not need by all her male acquaintances. These henblo to understand a word ho said." ning against them, or falling over a and if you ask tho owner to explain ful: the hail in harvest: tho ounce of ceaso alter marriage. Ibo men are "Thoso pooplo aro so persistent I wheel-barroor something, and tho its benefits, or why ho uses it, ho will sour in a pound of sweet. either afraid to continuo their flatte& Tho idea of forciug herself into our wearers aro treated with much tender- bo ry, or have no longer a desire to con utterly unable to givo a rational Perhaps the worst popular fallacy tinue it, and her husband well, man pow. Isn't that voluntary lovely! ness. A young fellow called on a answer, wo aro not surprised mat Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. coming out of tho matron recently, and took a seat on a with regard to newspapers is that and wifo aro one, and a fellow would Thoro's Dr. draft horses aro subject to diseased entertained that newspapers be a ninny to be forever praising graud ?" Is not that voatry. woodon camp chair that happened to eyes wo wonder that thoy aro not all generally Haling the best and cheapest implement ever produced, An implement that u indinpetmalle in ought to bo printed and published in himself. 'Splendid What a stately man I bo in tho reception room. Tho good blind, Boston Transcript. t very crop cultivated. American Farmer. tho interest of the community parYou know ho has promised to dino lady looked at tho suffering caller and "It's an ill wind that blows nobody Boyhood Days. Ah, who can ticularly the indigent of the commuwith us whilo ho is hero." said : "Now tako a neat in this stuffed good" was verified in the experience man chair. I know that hard chair will buy tho joyous hope and bound- nity. Churches, poorhouses, asylums Ho was a commanding-lookinwho boyhood ? and all sorts of charitable enterprises of a Sumter county, Ga., farmer, as the organ voluntary stopped scrape tho veneering ofl of your pipe ing health of soro toed and says that all the ears of corn that were and ho looked over tho great crowd of stems." Such remarks aro uncharita-bio- , What wealth can procuro tho freo and run to the newspapers for gratuities, unalloyed satitfaction of those days just ns a child runs to ita mother for pointed in the direction tho wind camo worshipers gathered in tho vastchurch, nnd ladies should remember already when you could cat your fish-bannd help. Politicians, and from on Saturday night were ho seemed to scan ovcry face. His that young men havo feelings. Tho shucked when ho got up on Sunday hand waa on tho Biblo when suddenly tight pants will go out of fashion this vtay in tho water up to your eyebrows scailawags generally, count on the un blown the Now, a morning. Tho wind had ho leaned over tho reading desk aud fall, and theso suffering legs can bo all day? Would not tho President paid sunnort of newspapers. madly fling away his sceptre of newspaper, to be worth any thing as shucks back, leaving the ear exposed. to day beckoned to tho soxtou, who banked up with brau aud cut feed. mounted tho steps to receivo Peck's Sun. A colored student at tho Hampton Iower nnd resign his lofty position, it a business enterprise, shoald be printho could once more be placed back at ed in tho interest of its proprietor Normal School, being asked to illusmysterious mess ago. And then tho a Borax. The AlMou Sii'ky Hirrow.nd Staler. s of life, with his panta- just as much as a merchant should trate the diflerence between tho thrco ladies in tho grand pow wcro Fur ten money than required Jo obtain a grain drill, uhich can only be utilized in one a up Lady readers who havo not tested tho threshold "pro" and "con," gravely offer this imjJement can be had, uhich will put in all lindi ofimall grain in the very best manner tit electrified to sea him take his whole tho magio properties of borax have loons hanging by ono homc-ma- do run his business in his own interest less time anil with leu labor than the best grain drill made. to return with been loosing a great help and comfort. suspeuder? How empty nnd bow alone. This popular fallacy has been ed tho two words "progress" and "conlength of tho church tho old womau, wheu ho placed her If onco used you will never bo without vain aro tho glories that crown the lartrelv bred by tho establishment of gress." Who now dares say that tho I How party aud personal organs that live by colored people know nothing of what fn tho front pow of all, its other occua bottto on tho toilet tablo. It re hero of a thousand battles faded laurels that begging for support and other news- is goiug on ? pants making willing room for her. movca status and dirt from the, hand worthless nro the , Tho great preacher looked ut her with better ban soap, and at tho saine timo crown tho bilious, pimply brow of paper mendicancy. lost Mr. Wing, of Mendon, N. a smilo of recognition, aud then the smoothes and softens tho skin. It is greatness! We combat with all hu Geueral Robert Toombs appeared a valuahlo horso the other day in a scrvico proceeded, and ho struck firo splendid for washing tho hair, aud mauity for a proud position and just recently iu a railroad suit at Atlanta, singular mauner. A mouse gnawed a from pvery heart. clcanso. brushes as wo get our uaine in print, wo find Ga., where a correspondent writes of a hole from tho mangor into tho grain Vfill, without injury, "Who" waa she?" asked tho ladies aud combs in a fow moments. For that our digestion has gone back on us, him : "Within tho past fow months biu, and through it tho grain rushed who could not mako room for her, as washing purposes it saves both soap and tho overtaxed gastric department feasthis eyesight has nearly failed him, into the feed trough. The horse must bo sent to tho shop for repairs. they passed the sexton at tho door. tho uight and died the next and labor. and his once full faco has grown thin ed during 1'OiUlon of Teeth tail Lever while it work, "Tho preacher's mother," answered Charcoal, because of its great pow- and wrinkled. Amid this wreck of day. It will extract tho dirt from articles do viurt uuih I'lten ly ihtaehing the Seeder you ham the bett Harrow in the wild, one that that functionary, iu an injured tono. A youug man in a train was mak- in once goiug over the ground than an trdinary hairow will in a dozen, besidei doing the icviL of delicato toxturo without rubbing, er of absorption, may bo rendered the physical man can bo seen traces of How few remember that whilo "man only necessary to put tho articles to useful as a disinfectant or to purify a loss of mental xwer also. Yet, to ing fun of a lady's hat to an elderly fatter and utth inure asM. lookoth on tho outward appearaoco soak in a solution of borax over night, water by filtration. Ono cubic inch tho eye of his friends and admirers, ho gentleman in the scat with him. tho Lord lookoth on tho heart." nud thoy need only to bo riused iu tlio of charcoal will absorb nearly one is great even in ruins. A glance at '.Yes," said his seat mate, "that's Presbyterian. morning. Two tablcspoonfuls of pul hundred cubic inches of gaseous am- his stately yet feeble form rovcals what my wifo, and I told her if sho woro of verized borax dissolved iu a quart of monia, and will do proportionately ho must havo been at his best, and that bonnet that somo fool would A North Carolina correspondent tho Atlanta Constitution writes: I sup water to which water enough is added well in tho sequestering of foul gases; there are still clcams of intellectual make fuu of it." dofiro iroiu his now sluggish brain that pose Morehead City is tho only city in to cover a pair of blankets, will clctiso but it has limits to its capacity for Nearly ail the farniersMu tho disbeautifully. away with impurities, and should reminds us of his ripest mental ef ing tho world without a wheel iu it. I do them tricts traversed by the receut Iowa It also saves great labor in washing bo disposed ot wheu ita duty is dono. forts." not think that thero is a wagon or a cyclone have guarded against futuro char-n- l buggy horso in town, and very tow iu paint. It is said to drive away ants Water filters shou Id have their An Ohio boy daubed a man's wagon loss of life, in case of such disaster?, otJtU fwi'iiit ly changed, lest with paint. Then the man caught the by digging pits near their lmutes for tho county. Kvory thing is dono in and roaches, if spriukled on tho shelves they bocomo concentrated sources of boats. Thero is not a houio In tho of eafea aud pantries. boy, stripped him, and covered his places of retreat. Foot's Health Monthly. Impurity. I'witlou v( IWIU tail Lerer while not la we. county that n boat can not got within body with stripes of tho same color "Do I Woman'h Infi.ue.vci:. A citizen of Cincinnati has discovAfter planting your crop, by removing three Utth you can thoroughly pulverise the sail, cultitate Not a doctor or a lawyer a milo of. Tlio democratic party represents tho that had been used iu disfiguring tho ered that a small quantity of Litnburg- - and destroy the veeds in tm roin tcom at a lime, a thing that no Uher cultivator uill do. in woman's iulluenco?" said a iu tho couuty owns a horso thoy man on Tweiity-BecoiiAs first staUd, here is an iuipbwuat that can be used in every crop cultiiated and one that is btreot, last laboring aud producing classes of tho vehicle. Next tho boy's father weut er cheeso taken to bed with him at turmers, couieand set it, getaiam. in none ly uny other implement;durable and simple, practico iu boata. Tho people go to Friday. "Well, you sco that youug country, and tho republicans tho cap- over to whip tho man, and got whip- nfoht keens tho mosquitoes away. This pie and try it. If it doe nut do wAal tc claim for u, w uo not vant your money. funerals in boats, and when thoy ar- fellow trundling a e s ped instead. At that point matters certainly shows good tasto on the part along italists and Ouo GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanferd. Ky. rest a man thoy carry him to jail in a the street with a look of augelio resolely for principle; tho other is rest for the present. of tho mosquitoes. 11. 11. W&UIEX, Agt., llichmond, Ky, W. Iu V'lTlIEllS, Agl., IaneaUcr, Ky. boat. OIIEIW .1 WILLIAMS, Aqtt, lluttonrille, Ky. signation on his face an inch nnd a struggling to retain over 100,000 o "Patience" has reached and passed They havo finally concluded not to Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I hart cultivated my crop of corn this season nth thi with salaries amounting iu tho its Ave hundredth consecutivo per- mako an iulaud sea of the great SaI know that fellow whou "How can you fool auro that wheu half thick Albion Combined Cultivator, Harrow and Steder and eun say without hesitation that it is Iks bed 11 to ho would swell urouud towu as big as nggregato to moro thau S25.000.000 go you como to die, that you formance nt the Bavoy Theatre, Lou-do- u, hara desert. One reason is bocauso it harrow or cultivator I have ever seen. Clin plow ten acre of corn a day with alt ease. It does its Thos II. Montgomery. work jierfectly, and I can cheerfully reeommcml it to my farmer friends. heaven ?" Ho a murderer. Thoy nil a circus advance, agent nud order beer yearly. The issue between tho two without a chango in the cast of U 000 feet above the oceau, aud water seem to possess that feeling wheu they for tho crowd. Ho doesn't do it any aro virtually u contest between capital the femalo characters, and only ono in doesn't run up hill, oven iu barbarian To sow grain with this fxeder no ettra hand in rc;uircii to clean it from filth at this is oil dune b y the di itxr vithout stopping or gitting off his seat. countries. and labor. Hronklyn Argus. moro 1" como to bo huug, tho inalo. ii 3iilcriorounwI M'ROBERTS&STAGG House Stanford, iVil, self-deni- bo-in- g o E. P. OWSLEY won-dore- d BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD?. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, plc-ni- c CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS d PENNY & McALISTEH, arE377E5H.E3"EtS. 'JJhto&BiiffU GROCERS, St. Asaph. Block, Stanford. be-lio- self-denia- HARROW, CULTIVATOR SEEDER. 1 g office-seeker- s obso-quioua- Bir!u-TVo- th pro-fixe- Y-.- -- o baby-carriag- office-hold- er. con-tond- s, 1 i. sTAisroiax), icy. Tuesday Morning, Septomber 20, 1882 VI, P. WALTON, EDITOR The follows tion: shows Now York press comment as on tho Democratic nomina"The Sjrracuso nomination Tho tho hand of Tiklen." Truth. Tho Star, Tammany organ, expresses satisfaction at tho nomina0 tion, and says Clovcland will get majority in Now York city, and "The do lfi.OOO in Kings cjunty. mand fur reform, and tho general belief of tho convention that Cleveland was fit to meet that demand, secured Tho World: "Tho his nomination." nomination of Cleveland means hard work for the republicans, and thero must Iro a united republican party to Tho Tribune. "Tho result face it." ' involves a surprising display ot sagac- ' ity on tho part of the democrats. Tho nomination of Clovcland is likely to 'provo ono of exceptional strength aud popularity. Ho will bo a hard man Tho Times. Tho Cincinto beat." nati Commercial says: "Wo do not believo tho Secrelary of tho Treasury will bo elected governor of Now York, and wo havo gravo doubts whether the country would not bo in better sbapo if bo should bo soundly beaten." GO,-00- Tim Now York Herald makes an announcement editorially which will bo read by every business man with alarm and anxiety. It is to tho effect that Jay Gould, who has been gradu ally buying up New York newspapers has probably succeeded at last in getting control of tho Associated Press, and by putting bis operators in tho field, to gather news of tho charactor demanded by business men and spec ulators, will bo in position to so color and falsify reports as to turn its whole machinery to his personal advantage. Tho Herald, which is ono of tho safest, most conservative and independent papers in the world, sounds the alarm and announces that it will bo compell ed to organizo its owu news force. Tho Herald rLou. Commercial. might havo added that he not only buys newspapers nnd press reports but dictates who shall bo tho republican candidate for governor of New York. First Im of the scmon formeJ at Chi cago Thumlar night. n Six cowboy" on one ntdo am! six on the other tide fought a duel In Colorado HiiniUy. Four were Inalantrr killed. During an afliiiT crowing out of pr- aonal ieud at Hot Fprlng, Ark., Charles Malhewa.editor of a local neifsinner was ahot and killed. J. D. Osborne, the surviving partner of Prentice, Ilenderaon A Osborne, proprietors of tlio old Louisville Journnl, died on Sunday at Louisville. Col. E. Polk Johnson his accepted an invitation to make several apecches In behalf of the democratic nominee for Congresa In the Third District. The Court of Appeals has overruled the motion to dlimlffl the case against Hen ry While, of Lexington, charged with steal- ing bond from a bank. Mr. Ellen V. Walton and the negro ahe hired to kill her husband hare each been sentenced to Imprisonment for life In the Indiana Penitentiary. Nine men were publicly whipped at Newcastle, Delaware, Saturday morning. Two received forty lashes, eix twenty and one ten. Threo men Mood In the )illory an hour. A terrible accident occurred In Ih Foorlh Avenue New York railroad tunnel oh Friday. A "following" train collided with one preceding It, killing five people and injuring sixteen others. Vice President Smith, of the Louisville A Nashville Hallway System, makes the d extraordinary statement that freight this year is in excess of a desirable thing for tho South. A deed has been executed by the friends of John H. Davis, President of the suspended Richmond (Vs) IHnklng and Insurance Co., covering all that gentleman' indebtedness to the bank and securing to depositors the full amount of their deposits. Panama and Aspinwall have been attacked by what appears to be a chronic case of earthquakes. They have lasted since the 7th inet, ami have caused a low estimated at $230,000 in the first city and $100,000 in the latter. There have been four deaths. A Washington rumor has it that the wedding of Mr. Chester A. Arthur, Jr., and Miss Crowley has been appointed for the early part of October. The bride and groom elect are extremely young, their combined ages not exceeding thirty-siyears. The Secretary of the Treasury h as la sued a call for the redemtioa of bonds of funded loan of 1831, cov the per cent, from tinned at August 12, 1SS1. The call is for $25,000,000 and principal and interest to be paid at the Treasury on the 23d of Dec. next and interest to cease that day. cow-borr.orth-bonnsouth-bound x - nm rAiian status asd Tun. ixai.i. STATES. "'. n ' 'i.'i Daring tho dobala In tho last Congress on tho bill for apportioning Representatives nndcr tho lost census, tho usual conflict aroso between tho small States nnd tho largo Btatcs, Tho former coma. JFOCJL- - plained that tho latter hod combined to doprivo them of their duo shoro of mom-bor- ANNOUNC'MENT :18JS.; The New York Sun says: "Tho Democratic Stato Convention have acted wisely in determining that future primary elections in this city for tliO' election ot delegates to tho Stato Democratic Convention shall bo held by election districts, under the direction of the Democratic Stato Committee, until such timo as the various factions here shall agree as to the proper mode of electing their delegates. This is a just and judicious disposition of a complicated and somewhat difficult question, and jt is reasonably certain that the delegations elected in this manner will really represent tho opinions and wishes of tho democratic voters of tho city." The Democratic Convention at Syracuse, New York, was marked with more unanimity and harmony than has characterized such meetings in that State for many a day, and shows that the leaders of tho party havo eeen and felt tho mortifying results of their warring and divided ranks and havo resolved to pull together in the future and know no such word as defeat. Grbver Cleveland was nominated for Governor on the fourth ballot, and be--i, ing a good man, a statesman and democratic to the coro, ho can and will tho administration ticket, backed though it be with its patronago and Gould's ready millions. do-fe- at Little Matt Adams, as ho should havo done, carried tho Montgomery county primary election against Kendall by fully 200 majority, which gives him tho nomination for Congress in tha Tenth District. Tho Kendall men gave up tho fight early in tho day and will now support Adams in earnest, who will bo elected over John D. Whito as suro as tho day of election comes. William Morgan, who it is alleged was abducted and murdered by the Masonic Fraternity for exposiug the secrets of tho Order, has justhad erected to his memory by tho at Baiavia, N. Y., a monument 10 feet in height, which bears a statue of him soven feet six inches high. Tho unveiling occurred last Thursday and was witnessed by a largo crowd of anti-Mason- s Mason-- There seems to bo no way of relieving tho small Stoics, Tako Now England, for example, which sudors nilecllno in under tho now apportionment Theso six Btatcs do not incrcoso in population so rapidly as tho Mlddlo and Western Btatcs ; nnd of course tho mom borshlp of tho former must bo reduced. It is nono tho less irritating, however, to tho shrewd, ambitions Yankees, to sea their power in tho Houso steadily waning. In n Congress with hardly half as many Representatives as tho noxt will contain, Mriino hail eight members. It now hns but four. For n long whilo Now Hampshiro had six members. It now lias but two. Vermont, which in days gono by had six, hns also dropped to two. Ilhodo Island has always hod two members. Tho now apportionment gives tho Stato barely one Tho timo was when Connecticut had sovon. It will Btand now nt four. When Webster mem-Iwrsh- ip CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. IIiivoJiinI received h ery Iiii-r- c haters. TnE N. Y. Herald says thero is trouble ahead fur President Arthur. That is our estimato of tho situation. There will bo a rain of sorrow. Tho stupid and malicious selfishness of the Stalwart crowd has not permitted him any peaco and they havo driven him where the winds will soon begin to blow and presently there will bo sleet. Commercial. was first chosen to Congress from Boston, Massachusetts had fourteen Repre sentatives. Tho Stato has sinco grown ( in population, opulcnco ana wealth. But in a House twice as numerous as that wheroin Webster mado his speech on tho Greek revolution it can obtain but tvt clvo members. In short, Now England, which formerly oloctcd of tho IIouso, will bo allowed to olect of it during tho noxt only ten years. Bat Now England finds compensation in tho Senate, as do all tho small States which look with envious oyes upon tho increased representation of tho largo States in tha Houso. Now England is allowed only twenty-fou- r members in tho IIouso, but sho retains bar twclvo Senators. Tho six States which lio immediately west of her, reaching from Now York to Blinols, havo 125 members under tho now apportionment, or moro than five times as many as tho six Now England States; but they havo only their twclvo Senators. When tho smaller Btatcs grumblo at tho larger bocauso of their increased mombership in tho IIouso, tho former must draw consolation from their comparatively superior power in tho Senate. ono-elghth J xtock of FALLANDWINTEdDnYGOODS, ITOTIOTS, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, Sec. A erect a r, to tho Louisville Com mercial from tho Shelby City republi can blowout of Saturday last, says : "Gen. S. S. Fry made the best speech that he ever made in his life. The public will probably havo tho benefit of it in pamphlet form." Good Lord, deliver us from such a calamity. Tnc Atlanta Constitution addresses Estho following to Jay Hubbell teemed Pirate: You may place 810,-00- 0 of your corruption fund in Geor- , gia, or you may place $1,000,000, but you can't carry tho State for your dis reputable coalition. Yours truly. John Kelley was admitted to tho New York Convention and was as big Dr. Hunter, tho republican candidate for Congress in tho Third Dis- a dog as any body. At his suggestion a clauso was added to the platform trict, is catching it from the Demo- denouncing tho wholesale gift of pub cratic press fur his mileage gran in lic lands to railroad jobbers. 1875, when ho took 8105 of tho peo- The Lexington Daily Transcript is plo's money more than he was entitled booming under its new management. and returning from the It has been enlarged to a seven colto in goiug Legislature and for excessive fees in umn paper, has a new out-fi- t and is etamiuiug applicants for a pension. printed by steam. Success to it. He charged in a number of cases $10 It is a remarkable fact that the to 815, when under the law ho was New York democrats failed to menonly entitled to 82. Under tho U. 8. tion the tariff question. They probalaw ho can bo fined $500 for each over- bly forgotit. charge, and thero is somo talk of a NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. prosecution being brought against The managers of the Shelby Iiranch It. him. R have been Indicted for criminal careless-ne.u- a In the recent collision on that road. J A 8. F. Clay has made his calling A train robbery In contemplation by aud election euro in the Second Dis trict, having secured a sufficient nura-- j Tennessee desperadoes on the Cincinnati has been betrayed to General her of delegates to insure his nomina- Southern, Manager Scott. tion on the first ballot. Mr. Clay is Oneoflhe seven prisoners who recentspoken of as a prominent lawyer at ly eecaped from the Louisvillu jail haa Henderson, in tho prime of life, with been captured at liradenburg. Ills name a head full of ideas aud a tonguo nov-e- r is Mackey and he is under life sentence for at a loss for words in which to murder. clothe them. He has served the The A Dixon (III.) special dispatch says: recent frosts ruined the corn in this State in a legislative capacity, and section,where a half acrop was anticipated. will bo a fit successor in Congress to Only soft corn fit for fodder is to be the gifted McKenzie, who voluntarily gathered. Tom Dodds, who has just been uarrii-resigued'on account of his health. We havo received from tho DemoCommittee a cratic Congressional "Campaign Hand Book,"in which the republican party U reviewed and its sins of omission and commitsiou sta ted in plain aud fitting words. It contaius 222 pages aud is a most uso ful reference book. reported that John C. New is to be promoted to tho Secretaryship of the Treasury, should Folger resign to tnako tho canvas for Governor of New York. The Cincinnati Commercial docs not believo it becauso Now is too big an ass to begin with. The business of the Stanford Intkiu or Journal is iucreasiog so rapidly that Mr. Walton hat beeu forced to up ply steam to his presses. Our congratuMidway Cliplation!, Uro. Waltou. per. Thanks. This is our first issue i with ileum power. who remarked that iude. pendent democrats were as scarce as llob Ingersoll's Proibytoriaus, kuuw It is Tin: man what he wan talking about. There is uono of either claim. A so called independent democrat is n radical at I heart, to a Miss Hale, of Covington, was shot dead Saturday night by the father of a girl whom he had seduced and abandoned. Edward W'lch Is In jail for the act. Cbrlstlancy was obliged to pay about $10,000 for the expenses of his divorce suit. lie pays all the costs of the ult excapt tlioue of the stenography. Mrs. Cristiancy aiya that the decree is very satisfactory to her, and It of course is to Cbrlstlancy. The Fourth National Hank of Loots-villwith a capital of $300,000, haa been organized; N. C. Warren, President; Cha. Warren, Cashier. The Union National will JUnk of Louisville, capital commence about the middle of next month W.S. Wilson will be President. Two offiura and four men in Marion couuty surrounded a house and demanded the surrender of Klihard and William Skaggs, charged with murder in Indiana-Thfugitives refuted to give themselves up aud began a fii:ht in which Win.Skaggswa Bkaggs was capturvd. killed. The greatest l known In half a century fell in portion of Nrth Carolina, Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York and Connecticut last Thursday, Fri day and Saturday. In nue locality four teen Inches of rain U repelled;, and In an other three Inches fell lu as many hours. There has beeu great destruction of dams, uilll mid bridge, and a number of live C J. have been lost e, e Kit-harrain-fal- Juryman Brown, of the Star Route trial, makes affidavit that he was offered money and a clerkship if he would vote for conviction. The Rev. II. O. Huffman, of the North ern Methodist Church at llloomlngton, Iowa, is on trial for seducing his hired girl. He claims that it ia an attempt to black-malbut the loving epistles which are produced dustry requires sixteen distinct process- and proved to be in his own es in tho chango of tho raw material to give that the lie. A General Stampede. tho finished corset. Thoso aro tho weavNever was such a ruib mad for any Drug ing, cutting out, stitching, stamping, A McAlUter's embroidering, insertion of whalebones, More as li now at Penny Dltcovery for for a Trial Consump llottlo of Dr. King's New punching eyelet holes, washing, starch- tion, Coughs and Cbkla. All persons afflicted wlttt Uoarseneaa, Severs Coughs, ing, shaping, ironing, eyeletting, clasp- Atthnit, Uroncbltls, ing, measuring and boxing. In tho or any affection of the Throat and Lungs, ean gel a Trial Bottle of tiffs great remedy frco, ty calling manufnctnro of theso goods 1,700 hand-loot abort Drug Btore. and about 4,500 persons aro emBucklen's Arnica Satre. ployed. About 1,700 aro malo weavers. The best salve In the world for Cuts, Iirulecs, All tho work excopt tho weaving is dono Sotes, Ulcers, Bait Rheuin, Fever Bores, Tetter, byfemalo operatives, and most of tho Chappod ilindt, Chilblains, Corns, and all Bklo work is dono at homo. Theso women Eruptions, and positively cures piles. It Is guar money refundanteed to entire earn an average of SHCOpcr month, and ed. Pricegivecents porsatisfaction or by Penny A 15 boa. For sale tho malo weavers from 817 to 818 per McAlltter. month. Tho now French tariff has cnt . PBOKKSSIO.-ULoff tho trado with that country, though tho trado with tho United States, EnWALL4CK X. VASHOK. gland and South America is still main- T. W. VaaHON. & T. W. W B. VABNON, tained. Tho German tariff, by increasATTOUNEYW A.T IjAW. ing tho dnty on yarn, has also injured KY. BTANFOUD, Office ill Owtley A Bon's new building up ttslrs. tho profits of tho business. Following tho closo of tho American war, tho exa. O. KAUFFMAN, port of theso corsets to tho United IMNCA8TCK, KY. States, which had been $250,000 a yoar, Matter Couitululoiier and County Attorney. Will rapidly increased in 18C0 to 8580,000, practice In all the Courts of Utrrard aud adjoining In Court of ApiwibJ. and in 1872 to 81,119,000, bnt sinco has counties and the dpcllncd to 8317,000 in 1880, nnd rose ALEX. ANDEUBON, A.T'X-OItNliJagain in 1881 to 8500,000. AT X,A."V, DANVILLE, KY., Thero wcro imported to this country m 1881 about 15,000 dozen corsets. Willipractice In ths Courts of Bojle sod adjoining count! and In the Court of Apposli, valued at not less than 80 per dozen, MAUTEItaON PEYTON, ana over 60,000 dozen of an nvcrago X.A.W, ATTOltNUYyoariMrcouiTr. valuoof 89 per dozen. On thoso thero axd MAMiaic LIllhUTY. KY. was levied and collojtod a duty of 8187,-CO111 tha IViurtl of Pat Will Dractlt In in.l ail. or about 85 per cent. Tho cost joining counties, and In ths Court of Appeals. ,! itwuuuu gcu tv coiivcuoui, urace orcr prlco of tho best quality landed in this K. T. Pierce's stole. country was a fraction less than 75 cents Dli. J. Q. CAiU'ENTEH, a corset, which, willing tho duty, modo HTANFOltD, KENTUCKY tho cost over 81 each, Office orerltobt. 8. Ly tie's store. Office hours u. S to 9K aud 7 to from r Tho great incrcoso in tho Wurtombcrg production and aalo of comets to this country following for eoverol years tho J. J. WIWOS, D13NTIHT, closo of our war was duo to tho increased BTANFOUD, KY. demand from this country to supply tho Office and ltcildence, Upper Main Bt. colored population, to whom emancipaLEE 1. HUFFMAN, tion for tho first timo made corsets an BTANFOUD, KY. indispensable articlo of dress. From South 1805 to 1872 thoro wore perhaps 10,- - Office Myera side Malo BUost, two doors above Hotel. the UW.000 ot corsets Bout to tho United Pure Nitrous Oxld (las administered when required. States, at a cost, with tho duty udded, It. O. MOItOAN, D. I). U. of about tho samo number of dollars. Tho manufacture of cheaper goods and Will be In Btanford on week from of inferior materials has aiuco theu re- of each mouth,Hotel, flrit MuiiJsr . Dental rooms oitr McAlUter & IJrlght's. luBt. AmI'U duced tho consumption of 'WurteruUorg Ibujsicn.lAtUncuter three weeks of tub month Moudsy Dental rooms lu Mawu Uoumi. corsets in this country to about 8350,. from third Pure nitrous osld gats administered ltslgn i wluuiiMUury 000 a year,. CMwao Tribune WHERE C0IWKT8 COME FJt03T. Mr. Catlin, tho American Consul at Btnttgnrdt, in tho Kingdom of Wurtcm-bcrwrites in ono of his reports to the Gocrnmont of tho United States a statement of tho corset trado of that country, especially with tho United States. As corsets aro an articlo of universal uso in this country, ho considers it instructive to let the American ladies know how much they contribute to tho employment of tho poor women in f Wurtombcrg. The manufacture of woven corsets in that kingdom began in 1848. Its progress was slow until inl85C orders from tho United States gavo a strong impetus to tho trudo, but tho groat development of tho trado began in 16G5, at the closo of tho war La tho United States. Since that timo, of tho total valno of all tho exports of Wnrtcmbcrg to tho United States has boon in woven corsets. Tho total annual production (in 1880) of coreeta in tho kingdom is 1,250,000, valuod nt S750.000, requiring 40,000 pounds of cotton yarn. Tho ing, far-of- An authority on jowclry soys : Emeralds aro once moro in vogue, though nothing has ever detracted from tlio favor which they enjoyed, savo their rarity and consequent expense But, for tho purpose abovo alluded to, tho emerald is almost indispcnsablo, as no othor stylo approaches it in color. I this ago al cheap and clever imitation, tho hitherto unassailablo domain of precious stones is very strongly menaced. Tho unapproachablo luster ot diamonds has been perceptibly tamishod by tho moro vulgar rodianco of Rhino stones, and tho cxclusivo dignity of loco has been sorely tried by tho efforts of prosoio machinists, with their modern democratic inventions. ie PCI 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. ADMR.'S SALE! HIOOINtf jioijni:! As Administrator of theralateof dte'd, 1 will, on Lewis It. Jones, Hraxroao Utst WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 27, 1883, LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY . ono-thir- d l, S3 At the late retldenr of derelr nt, stout ?H tulle JOHN T. 1IKHI1NS, l'ltOritlKTOK. WretofHUnlord. kII at public suction In the hlghffl bidder, the rw si prorty ol deodenl, roiiiWUDg sboutVutitma'i yrera oM snd otc r, A riRST - CLASS HOTEL II Cow,, ioCslrpa.13 coul grade Hellers, I thoroughbred yrsrllng llull,sbout 41 H141, a Urr,3 large lot of Hay In In every particular, Tbe patronage of the pUle Cullt, I pelrof broke Mulre, (Il-t- f lack, about V) acre of Corn, too huilielml heat, solicited, and Hlltfactlon guarintcrd. apalrolguud Mock Pralra, Farming Implements and llouiwhotd snd Kllrhrn Furniture. Tksms. Toratl omaofllOaudluoder,euh, oter that amount, a credit of thrre mouth, on WM.-DAUGHERT- Y note with giwd arturllr negutlable aud pay able In Bank, with prtrilrKeuf rrinjua day of sale. Buceeaaor to Dtugherly A llolmre, 1 JoNr.l'll OJ'KI.Y. AUHa. SMALL FAR3I FOR SALE. Having moteJ to Nlcholaavlllr, vately my Farm, containing slwut I NTANFOItn, - - KKNTIKWY. UAwt'riCTusara or will xll pri- hand-writin- g Fine Carriages, Buggies, ONE HUNDRED ACRES mile On !h. Danville A Btanford like, about from Danville. The place la In a good elate f cultivation, all In grata except about JO arret, that to ti) lu until grain. The houve la In good repair and claUrn contains 7 looms, also pastry, wuul-houiSower plt,al at the door, atnoke-bouacorn-boutenant most new Urn, corn-cri- b, bouse, Ac., and si flno fruit of every description as any one wantt epplee, pears. iacbee, pluma,clier rlee, grapea, damaons, almoat any thing you may call fur. Plenty of ttock water In tight of acbool- houae,ono mile from blackauillh shop, two miles from water mill. Dlatreuiugly healthy plaew for the doctors, Inltyeara never paid II doctors bills. IrelrryouloMeta T. M. Mllard, 11, M Llnney, V II (Jentry. alao Htm Johnson, who and Thoiuaa Metealf, maiilorxl. llvta on the Addreaa JOHN Mt.TCAI.l'. Nlchohuvllle, Ky, 07 t AND PHAETONS, WAGONS (f"'aLl KINDS. CO EAHTI 0 WJSftT XS'OllTII OO 1 VIA LOUISVILLE AMD of sit descriptions, Arit-claworkueu snd uilng I employing only only Brit-clamaterial, end sell at reasonable figures style, workiuamhlp and material oonrid-e- J. WM, IrAVUllKHTY. ll We manufacture Carriages TUB OHIO & 3 MISSISSIPPI I W. 3 DAILY TIIAINS TIIK EAST AND NOBT1I, hv raaTHE MOST DESIRABLE ROUTE - LU. T-O- LouisYillo to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Care and New Day Coaches Without Change, CIXCINBTATI! does, Icaa changes and And decidedly the Popular Roule, auordlug, as It tuerlor accoiuuiodatlooe to Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, The North, Northwest snd West, lu fact. If you 4 4 DAILY TRAINS contemplate a Irlnluany direction, your InUrnt will be Lett aervtd by purchatl ng your tickets via K. and each IsOUIm manCPalaceCincinnati. J Trains Day way 2 Pull Coaches, aud I art; hlrgant New handsomely furulaheil Reclining Cbalr Cere loru AND THE WFJfT. the uneualed equipments of this Old llellsble, thereby making a trip over Ihla Use one ol luiu-riuSleeping Can snd Psy Cost lies to HI. Louts With- comfort ar,d pleuure. Try it, VUv v " TIME TABLE. IN LKFEOT MAY II, 1112. laoui.svlllc to Nt. A-'- DAILY TIIAINS 2 LoiiUyIiIo to Iutllaimpolln, AND THE NOltTH 2 Chicago, boUTll. Lve. Covington 11 SoTT" "HoTT TfoX BIO 7 40 -- Day Coaches and llecltnlng Chair Cars Through Without Change. " for Wimliluicloii. HiiHlmore, I'lillmlrl. Iililn, "iuw lurk itud Hoatou, This It the Viry Uest Iloute, as You Have No inauga 01 tram. Have Tkrovgh Day Lve. Lealngton . Parla. rr. Ltxlugtou. Cjnthlana. Falmouth . lllpui lilDI i p u I0 6O a m S 27 li lu IIUiu W p m It IS p u 7 00 p in S 00 am V0 pw put Arr. Wlnchritcr. " Ml. Sterling 22 " Atbltud.. Mosul. Huntington... Huntington AlbliuiL. . Ml. Bterllng Wlnchealrr -- IIIIIlD 7 20 V 03 impp l ho, S. p p in rj 1 tnpu M p ui S 7 SO p to nam 10 a m 1. No. 1 1 No. a. htttiH 1)ENTIT, Islington. - 1 ia p m TUIiu Islington . 2 00 p lu 7 M a ni . Parle. I IS 1 III making change ofesrs and getting flrat choice " Cyuthlana.. IWptu 9 00 a 111 11 Falmouth. . UOnui 10 M a in 080 a in of teats In cars of connecting linos. a It p in 11 43 a m Arr. Covington 20 am MAYdVlLLK DIVISION Cbltsgo, snd ths only To ludlanstiolls snd Arr. Uaye vllleSSSnui ride along No. is I, v UiliigtuuApui. Una glvlog Its patrons No MavevllleSiiam. " Leilngton 2Jiui tbe shores ol Lake Michigan, No. U Paris SO a in. " Msysvllle lOtu No. ! " Maysvllle UsOpiu ' a, Ua.7pui For Tickets. Ualea. Time. Mih, Ac., apply to Ticket Aii'itta r 'iiuecUng Linen, or araiu. . a su a ruu uauyi all oiusrs usily addrwa aieeptBundsy. Bpcclal Kates to (.migrants, ut H. H. HHIIWR. rtouintru raatengcr Agi , tickets, rales and lufoimsllou irtalultig to Hue H. li. tor. 4th and Main His., Louisville, Ky eonuectluus, do , call on or addrots Coscbtsoa AHTrslast Lve. " 1 Have No Midnight Ouangea I " Arrive at Bt. Louis t Hears U advaare of Arr. Lve. Other Llaea, thereby securing more time lor " IIOlll 703 a m 11 12 20 49 a m J5 a m 6 11 a m pm II a 111 3a u ,.. IUia 3sa '. !' W W PKAIIODY. ueu, Dupi W II. BIIATTUC. H. SJ-l- Clucluuatl lien, t'eu, Agt., CHAB. L. BUOWN, (I P, it T BWUT.Agt, Islington. A T A. v, TERRIBLE RAILROAD On A ACCIDENT Bradley Withdraws. O. llradley, ha taken our ad vice and like Ihe sensible man that he Is, ho withdrawn from the Congressional rice, leaving "Little Phil" with a clear track. We could not learn the reason that he give for hi determination, but weiupposeheilid not want to go through an arduous canvas, which wa bound to end In an Inglotirlon defeat. Mr. llradley I the brightest and bent man In hi party nnd If he can't win nono of them can, 3 NEW FALL AND WINTER OP -- ol Sells' Circus Trains Tumbled Down Twenty foot Embankment, Ouroood friend, William STANTOBD, ICY. Tuesday Morning, Septombor L. A N. IOCAL TIME CARD, Hilling Three Men and Wounding 8 or 10 Others, 20, 1882 The Tiger gets hose and Creates Some Con- STOCK sternation, DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, &a, at- - i'iiMr(rr Iralna North.. " " 8oulh.w ....... 0 10 i. M. Fast Running Oiren as the Cause of The Accident. About three o'clock Sunday morning Ihe foremost of the three train carrying Sella' Circua Jumped tlio track near Paint Lick, killing two men Instantly and wounding eight or ten other. Tlio particular a we get them from our reporter at that point area follow i "I writo in confusion, but from all I oan gather, the accident wa canned by running at too fast speed. I learn from the Kngineer that they were running at the rate of 00 mile an hour-H- e could not check up on account of there being but few brake on the car, and juat bcfoie reaching the II. K. llridge acroaa Paint Lick Creek the car jumped the track and went down nn embankment 20 feet high and made a wreck of 7 car, M wagon belonging to Sell Ilrother, killing 2 men and wounding ome 8 or 10 one of whom died yesterday, One or two other of the wounded are not expected to live. In the cruh the cage containing a large tiger, wa partially crushed in and the tiger got out and roamed around at large for LOCAL NOTICES. Iluv 1'aints of Penny A McAllsler. Hamilton Hirel l'lowa at A. Owsley's. Kln oil imlntttiKi just received at Mc ItoWrU AcHtKft'. Nr.w Mock of Jewelry and Hllrtrware at Penny A McAliiter'. Ilfaiillful line nl latent lox stationery, at Mcllolwrt A Hlagg'. Hchool book i anil school "iipnllc In at McltoberU A RIkk'. Lovkiw of (lood Tea will find the brut In the city at Penny A McAIIster'. Watciiw, Clock anil Jewelrr repaired and warranted by Penny A McAllsler. P lot of elsler'a fihoe juil rettlr-c- d and foroaleatJ.lI.AH.il. Hliankt. and You will find the bent cigar in town at Penny A McAllsler'. do to A. Outlet's for the Kentuck drain Drill, the only reliable Drag Drill In the market. J. 11. A H. II. HllANK are rrcelflnR and ojtenlnK a fine line of fall and winter good. Call and see them. gen-er- LYTLE'S. Lan- Take Mobillan Illood Hitter. Our correspondents, with an honorable exception, went clear luck on ua for this issue. Juht Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as theLowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, "Stanford, Ky. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. received a new line of French Can-di- e and a fresh lot of Ranana, Oranges 85 and Lemon at McAlisfcr A Hrighl's. Wheat la still quoted In thl market at cent. all "Alden' Fruit Vinegar" bct In the world. Special discount In quantities. For sale only by McAIIster A Bright. Try J, M. Hall sold to Anderson T. Nun nelley 850 sheep at 3( cent. deorge Whitney, of North Middle-towbought 41 broke mules at from $100 to $150. PERSONAL. Mn. A. 8. Mvr.iw ha Title. one to FjiiU' Mn. H. P. 8tao went to Cincinnati yesterday, for ijood. to CinMiw. W. 0. Wkloii haa cinnati to hear lira. Ilarne. Mils, Howahii IIowMAN, of Mercer, la the Kuest of Mn. Mary Ilowraan. Miw. John Conavt, of Pineville, la on a Tltlt to her mother, Mm. W.T. Green. MiMN'r.i.ur. Duncan, a little beauty, ia with her sister, Mm. H.C Warren. Mil W. B. Pknny left yesterday to enter the Philadephla Dental College and will be absent all winter. Unci.r Pate Kxmir is down for the Grit lime In hit life of bO yeara. It la a bllioua attack but not aerioua. John Kkmiell, of McCready, Mo., who haa been alwent 20 year, la tlsitlm; hia brother, rtyulro Ferrell, of Paint Lick. Mn. Linway BwriinNnoN ha bten promoted to the K!tIon of yard matter at Richmond Junction and special conductor. Dil O. II McltonKiiTH, of Liberty, haa returned from a ti.it to the "old folk." here. Judging from hia look hia new home agree with him. Mihh Susie YrAor.it arrived renter-da- y from Indianapoll, whither she had been on a Tialt, juat In time to be by the bedside of her airier when the died. Judcik M. H.Osi.KV,our next Uorer-nopassed here yesterday en route to the MadlsonTllIe Contention, which occura tomorrow. Ileauya hia proecl brighten aa the daya go by. Miw. llKin, of Kincnter and her daughter, Mm. Hat tie Woldridgr, ol were gueata of Mr. K. II. Hum-aidMr. W. haa a lorely little girl of whom the la juitly proud. MrMiw. J. II. Dunlai, of Danville, and V. A. Morrow, of Bomerret, a couple of highly prited friend and of thin paper, were in to see ua Friday. Mr. Morrow haa entered the law office of hit uncle, Mr. W. O. llradley, with whom he will be associated in btiaineM. Mil A. A. Lewi and mum: arrived at the home of the groom on Saturday evening lait, where a reception waa given them. About 25 or 30 guest were present, and the aupper, which waa presided over by lil mother, and aunt, Mm. V. II. waa much complimented and enjojed tu the fullest extent. Lan-cantr, e. Dig-gin- a, LOCAL HATTERS. MuItoiicnTS AStaoo aell Mobillan Illood t Itinera. Til New Orleans Minalrcla will be here October 25th. Fish AND oysters it J.T. Harria' and Saturday. Wed-nrada- awhile, creating great excitement, but he waa tolled back In the cage without much difficulty, before doing any damage. About 200 men were aboard, and considering the apeed of the train and the great wreck of every thing It is very remarkable that no few of the number were killed. Dr. Urlffilh, of Louisville, the It. It. Surgeon, aaalated by Dm. Huflman and Kinnaird, of Lancantcr, and Dr. Splllman of thi place, did'all in their power to alleviate Ihe suffering of the wounded. Fully 1,000 people visited the rcene of the disaster on Sunday. Tho dead and wounded were well provided for, and taken care of by It. II. Hateon and wife nf the Veranda Hotel their every want wa aupplicd. Now, at this writing every thing teemed to be in confusion. Rail ltoad official from the city are at prrent here taking a note ol every thing connected with the wreck. Among the number it Hon. Lyltleton Cooke, Attorney for the It. It. deo. K. P.vaiia, Chief Train Dispatcher, and Mr, Hrownlng, ltoad Mailer. The It. It. employe will Immediately go to work and put everything in order." 'One of the killed waa a young man from Mt. Veraon, Will Itlckelta, a half brother of Kngineer AJolphu Underwood. He did not belong to the show but wa aboard juat for Ihe ride. Ilia skull wo mashed In and hialegcruahed. The remain were ta ken to hia father for Interrment. It waa bard lo find out from the circua men the name of the other killed. One waa called 'Jack" and the other "Shorty" and that seem to be all (bat waa known oltbem. We learned later, however, that C. Merre- Jit It. of Columbus, O., was',the name of one of them and that of the wounded the following I a partial list: C. II. Stevens, George Jackson, deorge Long, Frank John McKissick and ,T. Doaworth. Moot of them are canvas men,who are pick ed up here and there and they hardly know themselves where they are from. A wrecking train with one hundred hand waa dispatched from Louisville to Ihe scene anil by hard work the obstruc tion were cleared by yesterday morning, when an engineer who had mistaken his order, ran hi engine into another causing a second bad wreck, which delayed the pawenger train yesterday over two hour. It la said that the engineer seeing what was about to hapen jumped from hi cab and took to Ida heel and ha not since been heard from. Train Dispatcher Evans, who nose bully wa on the engine, had hi skinned and wa the only person hurt. It la laid that Ihe Sell Hro. will claim $30,000 from the L. A X. It. It. fur damage to their property and failure to get them uued down to London. The threo train to Lebanon at 1:30 yeaterday afternoon tbo show wilt go on a usual. and y, y ttore-hous- Dave and Frank Logan bought of Jno. W. Pennington a pair of mules 73 year of age, ha just completed a for $270. quilt which the made entirely herself, conJohnM. Hall sold for Hughe A Camp-be- lt taining 310 pieces. Penn Dilli will 7 cow and calve for $175 to Cyrus have lo look to hi laurels, Moberly, of Oarrard, John W, Pennington told hi farm of J. T. Harm, at hi Meat and Provision Store, will oen the Fish and Oyster 127 acree, near Dawson' Mill, to Daniel market on tho 21st Inst., and will sell Stagg, Sr., at $11 per acre. 11. B.AK. P. Wood bought at LanIhe beat at reasonable price. He also sell tee and keep Ihe Commercial Hotel, caster yesterday 5 mare mule coU at $50 where every body is treated right. Call to $70 and a horse mule colt for and see. The ltichmond fiigitler tell of a mule that glvea milk regularly like a cow, and Saturday, deorge CrockAt Danville, ett, of Casey, who la charged with murder, French Tipton deserve lo be given the wa brought before Judge Owsley on a writ milk for discovering her. deo. Alford sold to Burgess, dentry of habeas corpus, for bail, but the Judge decided he had no owcr outside the coun- A Co of Fayette, 44 head broke mule ty in which the deed wa committed, to 15 hand high, at $150. This ia the high try the writ and therefore remanded the est tale of mules in this county this year. prisoner hack to Casey. Mn.W. II. Miller inform u that sufficient encouragement wa offered by the Stanford business men to the proposition to form a joint slock company for the establishment of a Furniture Factory at Richmond. Junction lo almost make it a certainty, and that two competent and well Indorsed gentlemen from Indiana will arrive this week lo look after the matter. to some Another Old Lady Heard From, Mr. Minerva 0. My res, of who I over jBBBBBBiBBie-aB5i- - ' '"" vfy,SBrWh too much cannot the funny man, at th Opera House, Oct. 11th. John Thomwon, Leave your order with W. II. Hlgglna for atove re pa Ira before cold weather. The muaio with Sella llrothera' Circua noumled very much like the Valley Cornet Hand. Five jmiuoiM have no far the penitentiary by the been sent to Doyle Circuit &"' Wanted. Highest egga, potatoes, apples Country bacon, lard, butfer, all klnda of produce. caah price paid. McAllsler A . llright. Biiot. Bam Moore, of Parkaville and Duncan, of Qoreaburg, had a druuken row at the latter place, in which Duncan waa ahot In the thigh. Anotheh little boy put In an appearance at Mr. Will Craig', last evening. The father la In Cincinnati and doea not know yet of hia fortune or miafortune. A nkqho named Dick Mason, who lived in Danville, waa ahot and killed at a dance In fchelbv Citr. Saturday night. No ar- reat had been made at laat account. I'm DAY waa the 20th anniversary of Lin ooln'a Proclamation of Emancipation, but the negroea here were too much engrossed in the circua to ever think of It, much leaa celebrate It. hi first appearance of the aeaaon laat Saturday morning, but wasn't able to gtt in much of hi work and little or no damage waa done. Yeaterday morning he again appeared, but with even leas eflecl than at firat. Oun knuine waa aet up and put to work by that clever and accommodating gentleman, Mr. Phil. Boden, to whom we feel unlie I one of the der many obligation, beat engineer lu the bualnciM, and we are glad to know that the L. A N. official, who relieved hiin for a abort time, owing to some uiliunderatandlng, have eeeu proper him. Our thanka are also due to Mr, H. Mattingly for valuable assistance In arranging tjie ahaftlng and pulley. Jack Fiiost made sj -- Connty Farm For Sale! number of them spent the day and night In all without seeing the performances. The I Oder for tale prl ratal? rar farm of 7S acres on TJlx Hirer. 4) miles Ea.lot Stanford, within following were closed by Police Judge d a half mile of the new turnpike now Hill: Josiah Singleton, for carrying confrom Stanford to Pre.cher.rlUe. An from the dwelling to the pike, cealed weapons, $25 fine and ten days in llulldlnga are brick and frame, with 10 room.. Well watered with line aprlngs, aoinsol them jail; Henry Walls, tame charge and same Including water. Improrcment4 sentence; Andrew Stewart, negro, forswearthe fencing. Term, liberal. Add reus or call ou 'Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and rlclnlty that ho haa recelred Jt U.S. NAKAIl COOK, ing, fined Frank Young, Andy Mack St.nlord. Lincoln county Kr. and John Huford, after being jailed till Goods, of they were sober, were dismissed with an admonition. Quite a number of others style. Satisfaction guar'Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s $C3. -- OKwere arrested during the day for being A. U. Kobinson, Kxec ol Jacob uootn- anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. I1NE HANGING PORK LANDS. drunk, but as no disorderly conduct wa eon, told at Lancaster yesterday 15 shares charged against them they were discharg- National Hank stock to J. F. Kobinson at Lincoln Circuit Court. Jno. S. Van Winkle. Cued. rator, Ac, ra. II. L. Carpenter, &c. $155, and $75 acres, opposite Tine Cook's, A Had 'Oman. Constable Fleet at $23.75; J. S. Kobinson 08 acres at $35, Ur vlrtuoof Judgment In tbo aliore cause at tho Martin, who wo detailed to keep or- 10 shares in Danville, Dix Itiver and Lan- January terms 1879 and 1879 ot the Lincoln Com. Plea. Court, the undersigned commluloner will on der at the Circus, Friday, met hia match in caster turnpike at $8 per share; 1 share In Salurdar, Oct 7th, I&S2, between the hours or II A.M. and i r w., at the dwelling houie on Ihe a woman from the knob. He had asked a Stanford A Lancaster turnpike for $5. 78 acre tract of land, sell at public auction to toe TIiIhJVcw mill, coiidiiuiiix (lie latest nntl lot of eople who were standing up and tra eta C. Kauflman, Master Com'r., sold highest bidder, ao much of the following for 13 of II. will pay plalntllTa obstructing the view of those In Ihe rear, yesterday, 120 acres of the J. J. Wiimot land aa per cent, tnercon fromJudgement 1877 and 850 Jan. 3. with 10 hi. to sit down and they all complied save a land (that which lie In Oarrard), to J. V. coda htreln, aubjtct to .credit of 10.83 of date Jan, i, 1877: woman to whom he politely addressed an- Cook, at $25.15, and 101 acres of same land, I. Atractol about 78 acre, or land In Lincoln y., on the llustonrllle A llradford.rlllo For iiiiuiiiliicitiriiijr nicjil ami Hour, Ih how In full operation. other request to be seated. With an oath lying in Lincoln county, to J. W. 8utton, countj, pike, and known aa the of Geo. CarWe will Rrliitl Tor customers, Tor the present, on Tuesday, Wed penter, deed. that would have brought a blush to the at $41: 310 acres, a part of the old James t. A tract ofl.Ddof27 acre., 1 r. and 27 poles, ncsdny, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each week, and on hardened face of a Texaa cow boy, she ran McMurtry place, to Mr. Alfred Boner, at adjoining the farm of J. O. JlcAlliter, Mary ColeCourt-Day- s man and Polly Carter. and all other public days. AVe solicit a liberal share her hand, in her pocket and drawing a $8; 13 acre on Paint Lick, to dilea Saun- - 3. A tract of 153 acre, and 72 poles lying on the head waters of the Hanging Tork and adjoining the of patronage and will endeavor to give entire satlractioii. knife ordered him to "vamooe the ranche." dera at $43.25. landa of Polly Carter. Jame. Kuuell and other.. The tracts will be sold .eparately In the order In Not wishing a fight with a woman, he fell which they are mentioned until the Judgement ts UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT bask, but inch a creature wo not entitled realised. Each tract will be sold aaa whole. TiSam. M. Burdett. Editor. tle complete, free ol dower, htiuf atead or other In- Always ou hand and for sale. Highest cash price paid for Corn, lo the respect due her sex and she ought to cumbrance. PowcmIoo will be glren the purchasThe Pine Hill Coal Co. haa suspended er at any time between Pee. 1, Ic82and MarihlO, Wheat, Ac. Orders left at Mill promptly atlcudcd to. have been "iujged." 1831, upon compliance with term.of aale. operations for the present. Tkku or Sale Creditor S and Vi month.. fc SAIiltK-GMARRIAGES. Dr. W. P. McKeo is having some im- Bond, with cood wcurily required, beariog8 per cent, from day of aale. payable to A. C Taylor, Mr. Wm. J.Oosney and Miss Willie provements added to his residence. Astlgneeof Jno. Van WlnUe, and baring effect Work ha commenced on the K. C. ofjudgment.. A lien retained, w. . W:L'1I, It. Itichard were consolidated on Ihe 24th 2t M.C.L.C.C. inal. at the residence of tho bride' father, all along the line from Langford's to Itoundstone Junction. Mr. Wm. ltlchrd. Yesterday was county court day. DEATHS. Important land sales were made by - AND Mr. Francic Tinaley, an old lady of Master Commlsdoner, G. W. McClure. (larraid Circuit Court. Samuel Hlatt'a Helra, ntti. r. Samuel Hlatt'a llelra. Dana. 85, died suddenly at Mitchellsburg, of A little boy living on Koundstone was Ily rlrlue of a Judgment of sale rendered lei the Foil ItENT. The Ja. N. DavU Paralysis. seriously shot one day last week by the ac- abore styled action by the Oarrard Circuit Court term, 1882, the 9 till January 1st, Apply lo It. K. Nunnellky. At (WO last evening, cidental discharge of a gun In the hands of at It. Auguit court will, ou undenlgned Commissioner of said , Harrow, from the effects of Mr. Lula a companion while the two were hunting. I. S VTUKDAY, SEPT. (), Hoiin, to the wife of Mr. William Logan, Yeiger, the wife of ono short year of AnMr. V. h. Thompson has moved into e a boy, of whom tho old gentleman excuse derson T. Kunnelley. We will give a more his new which he has filled At' the late residence or Samuel lllatt, dee'd, exHas just received a Full Line of pose to sale to the highest and beat bidder the extended notice In our next Issue. us, the young man, very proud. with new good. Mr. It. L. Urooks will following tract. ofland owned by aald Ulattat the Beds, BuBruce. Mr. deo. II. Bruce received a family grocery in the house va time otbt. death: 1st. A tract contalulng 82 acres, S2 poles, lying John Smith and Hen dohle, tonsorial a telegram Saturday, announcing the death open out Mr. Thompson. p Wash Inimedlstelr onthe plko letdiDg from Lancaster cated by barber shop of his artists, have opened a to CrabUrcbard: on this tract tbire Is a good brick Mr. Thomas K. Bruce, Hundred of people were assembled home, stable and all necesaarr at the Bt. Asaph Hotel and ask the patron- at Owlngaville. She wa a daughter of the acres lying 2d. A tract of land containing along the lino of the railroad in this coun&c. Immediately on the turnpike leading Irom Lancasage of gentlemen. ltev. Mr. Lapiley, of Lebanon, to which ty Bunday watching for a glimpse of the ter to Crab Orchard. On Ihla tract therelaaaub-staullcrib, aud I also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and new Till: CASE of tho Commonwealth vs. place her remaina were taken for interment. clrcu trains which never came. The ope all necessary frame nouu, with .table, being The houM Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. about SJ yard, from the pike and the whole Mock and Faulkner, for the murder of llcr disease waa Consumption, with which rator would't tell anybody about tho acciboundary conii.ta or two tract.. The tract ou Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. Policeman Simpson, has been trantfered the was afUicted for several years. In the evening a magnlGed which the house atatida coulalua U acres, tbeoth-erl- n dent, but late the rear of thl. S3, acre.. The tract, will from the lloyle to the Lincoln Circuit report of it waa in circulation. be offered a. a whole, then .eparately. Tho bid or RELIGIOUS. Court. Tho change of venue was sought About Peoplk Mr. Joseph Terrlll blda accepted which rcallu thi moat for the whole Kid. J. (1. Livingston's meeting at Go- - a pleasant and popular gentleman from "& A. tract contalntog 30 acres lying Immediate- because the friends of tho boy feared that lmn ltia .Iwiya uieutloueu ptxe aajoinaioe uome- they would be unable to get justice in Uoyle- - hen, has resulted in 23 addition ao far, New York City, I visiting his mother In atead or Harrlun lllatt, conreyed to tlamuel A General Missionary Convention Is lllatt. lllatt by Lawrencedwelllug-hou.- Ou title tract la situa11. A. Jont, of Loult ted a small frame Yestkhday wa the biggest day ever In to be held In Lexington, Ky., Thursday, this county. Col. General tb. X tract ofland cuutaluiug about Ki acres vllle, candidate for Attorney and London. People were there in wngona lying Immediately on the abore meulloued pike Oct. 10, 1882, DEAIEIi IN- spent Bunday here. He made several ooual.ts of two original tract., one containing 8J5, carta from Ihe borders of Virginia and The two hundredth anniversary of warm frlenda during his stay. Mr. O. D, acre and tbo other 121 acrea.apart oftheold Harrlun lllatt farm, l'here la a log houie on Tennessee, while the back counties of the the Introduction of Preshylerianlsm Into Moss and bride, of Itockingham county, thete lands, aud a good each aud apple orchard. Blate swelled Ihe masa till there was not America will be celebrated neit year. The whole 201 acre, will rlrat be offered, then each Va., are guests of Ihe Joplln House for a of the tracts separately and the bid or blda that enough level land In the region round be accented. Mr.Barne I reclved with enthuslum few daya. They were married last Wed- ra.ll.M ih. iiwiai itifiiiRv will land, lie wllblu S The whole of the abore about to aland upon. Unfortunately the NAIIVS, llOltSK N1IOKS, IIOllNK in Cincinnati and hi meeting hid fair to nesday. They will go to Whitley counly inn, ol I jiiciler and the Drat two meutioned anow did not get there, and a more dUap as are glvea full lr.it.wateredregarded highmoat de.lr.ble home., are be a great one. The Commercial where Mr. Mpss is engaged lu business well atate ofcultlratlon. and lu pointed and disgusted crowd never was on day of .ale. for reports of hi lermon. Mr. F. H. McCleary, of Uarboursville, Is TKns.-ba- leseeding iiuroaoa clren will be wade ouacredit ofSand teen. Her. Myron W. Ileed, of Indian-- a here visiting relatives and frlenJs. Mr, 12uioutha, buuda with good security required of The . bearing C per purchaser, payable Till: Bells Brothers' Circus drew the polls, who sought notoriety by attacking Kendrick and family, of Louisville, are cent, lutereat from to Commluloocr, pild, a lieu day ol ill uutll CORN Urgcet crowd ever seen lu Stanford, many Iter, (Jeo. O. lfornes, ia a conceited tuu, as visiting Mr. J. II. Otter at this place. Mr. retained on the land lor the payment ot the money, bal will coiuiunuce at II) A. u. 25 to 40 miles to devoid of religion as he is of gentlemanly people coming as far aa H.C llAUf IC.MAN. I.. W.T. Urook. of Pari, and Mr. J. J. riepu 14, I6. U. I.. M. 21 see It. Unfortunately for all concerned, it qualities. Urooks and wife of ltichmond, were here Elder Sweeney and ltev. Mr. Dltiler lost week, visiting their mother, Mr Eliwas late In its arrival here, and then owing EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, to the mud and wet canvas, the tents were are going back into the debating buainess zabeth Urooks. Mr. M. J. Miller Is visit- hard to raise nnd delayed the performance osln. Instead of stlcklne to Ihe business log relative In Garrard. Mr. Victor II till after 3 o'clock. The itreet procession of soul saving and will lock horns at Horse Krlegshaber, AsVt. Kngineer L.&.X. U. Main St., Stanford, Ky. Oct., !td. did not move till after 2 o'clock, but those Cave,In the Presbyterian Church, North, are H., wa here Sunday making mashe among QUEENS WARE, GLASS WAIIE, who had good positions either on the aide 1,873 local churches, with more than one the girl. Mr, W. M. Weber is absent thi . 3 X-in the upper rooms of the houses hundred communicants each, leaving 3,871 week on business In Louisville and walks or X5 K7C(;-l- -9 X' aO) along the itreet, held them for five hour that range below one hundred. There are with over 1,000 member and with a heroism worthy of a better cause. 11 churches FEBRUARY 22, 1878 13 with between 760 and 1,000. BUty Comont, &o. Also Low IUte. The Louiavllle & Nash- OPENED The show waa a good one and came perhaps churchw have between WW ami 700 memtrip excurville Kailroad will as near filling the bills aa any of audi bers; G!0 churches have between 200 and 92.00 Montgomery and all its A good deal of righteous indlgua-tiouw- a 500 member, and 1,000 churches have be- sion tickets from lion north and from Memphis and all stafailure of tween 100 and 200 member. felt und expressed at the And tho Accommodation to Commercial tions north, to the Louisville KipoaHlon. Special the ticket office to open till nearly every Travolers. Noticel Notice I OI-rVJBSeptember 4th to October 10th, and to U one had been forced to buy tlcketa at an The firm of d. Kline A Bon, Lumber from Exposition, from September advance of ten cent from men employed to Merchants, have no connection with Ihe the Cincinnati Baggage Transferred Free of Chargo None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutter institufour (4) cent per peddle them to the crowd. It was a very bankrupt "Cline,"but is one ef the Bash, 4th to October 6th, at ing, &c, done on short notice. For Door, Ticket aold any tions of Louisville. , Ihe round-trip- . IflcentlT taken charce of this house wean swindle, which might have resulted Winds, Lumber and Hardware, write them mils for week and good to return teu jjjj intend to hare T. M. JOIINSTON, Salosmon. lu the entire demolition of the ticket wagon at Northwest corner of Klghteenlh and day In the accommodations, JDAVID SKINNEH, iajt from dale of aale. Market street, Loutsville, Ky. had not cooler head prevailed. Lincoln lielngeon-atructedirt-roa- d nied-le- al firat-ela- Show Day proved a very expensive one of the "knob boy" and quite a ; Public sale of short horn cattle, Oct. 14lh,by H.B.AE. P. Wood, and Col. C. II. Rochester. For further particular and catalogue address them at Stanford. J. W. Simpaon, bought of J. W. On- mule at $49.60 and a tt.it, four broke mule for $100. J. W. Smith sold to Tharp Hughes 2 mule colt (horses) at $55. J. J, McKinney bought the farm of Coleman Lucas, lying near Jit. Salem, containing 45 acre for$l,250. He also bought the corn on the place, supposed to be 50 barrels, for $100 in the field. Lancaster Court. A good crowd waa In attendance and about 150 cattle on the market, telling at 3 to 4 cents. Broke mules $120 to $175; plug horse $50 to $125; 1 sow and pig, $28. I. M. Dunn, Auctr. J. K Lynn, Exec. Jas. II. Parsons, sold the real and personal pioperty of hi estate Saturday. Mr. Laura lsoone, daughter of decedent, bought the farm of C5 acres for $425; corn In field at about $2 and hay at 40 cents. One mare sold for wife add niotber.conitantlr watching and caring for' htrdear ones, oarer Detecting a ilngtedutjr In My bus nesa counetla me tolocateln Lexington, by dl.ea- -. 'S'.1 Ihc.rha.f. When they are .M and thoayatemabonld bare a thorough cleamlng, pl.ee In Lexington, I will gird a bargain In tula the stomach and bowels regulated, blood purified, !roiity. II not sold by Jan. lit, 18SS.lt will be lor B,ww"r07l8Sj!0 "ddma rao and malarial exterminated, .ho niiu know that Eltctrle Hitters are the only aure remedy, Seawngood & Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. They are the beat and purest medicine In the 7MI W. CKAMJ. world and only coat fifty cents. Sold by Penny J ..Month ever f.uhrui Desirable Residence For Sale. COAL! I am selling tho LAUREL COUNTY COAL for McAlliter, llockrr wl" do we" ,0 fully, 77-- tl TSlLI rSstfT&fltiSZ poln J' Co. raB nra'j.i- - Parties wishing to buy Mo" Pureh"In' Keapect- - A. T. MJNNKLLKY. A. McAlliter. SEW ADTKBTISK-ESTM. err. jrIAJ)IK HOYAI.TY, From Dlnwlddle'a atable lo Stanford, on Friday. September H, a Ilrrti lint Jlornc, li handa high, 8 year, old, blind In If tl ere and rides well I will reward nr one returning him to me or Information which will lead to hia recbr Mlddleburg.Kjr- ST PENNY ! & -- XiE!Nr EPEi:A.El.3lCA.OIS,I,S, DI1LX. IK- McALISTBR DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. Ph j.lclana' Prescription, accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparation, a ipecl.lt J. H. C. RUPLEY, Fall and Winter I.IIKCICAZVT TAIIiOK, Kentucky, Stanford, A Splendid Stock COMR'S SALE To!-be- rt iiMlwwiiJlS msxmmsi MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY horac-plac- e Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, McAXilSTJGl. -- . . Bev-er- al B. K. COMES SALE. WEAREN, TJPI13K,T4k,X:3E-R,:- , MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. child-birth- store-hous- 1 Parlor Suites, Clmmber Suites; also cheap firat-cla- a sister-in-la- 80-- J reaus, Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lam Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, sl W lis Shelf Hardware, siioi: Hiilli SHEULERS, Iron, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, ST.ASAPHHOTEL Sto ves, Tinware, Fruit Jars VT n. JOHNDINWDME.PRO'R. J 5.-- . 4a'1rf J-ltli- d cou-cer- BOARD, PER DAY. THE. CIIAMPIOIM STEEL PLOW, GENUI2VK CHIJ.TKl) lIOW. , Urst-cU- ss ' k I! K i I A MARBLE WORKS, XWAh JOKK, g An Eastern paper, to encourngo 1. M. HIM a, fiKPOT 8T .STANKOM), KY., f HTIItl!NT,MilTII.-IU- v After Mr. Itagbag had gono to bod in tho locality in which it is pubrVrclTatfrjrrunitarinornlnandnlhl. PrajfrMwllr.fi ThurlT nlclita. Sunday School tho idea of a very funny Joko occurred Semi-WeekInterior Journal lished, says:" A Wisconsin man, whllo M. Wm J. Tho UWINE, at .00 A. Mlaalonar H. HoclcirHurlntcndrnt. tholat Woman'! mrrta hero on hugging his girl of an evening, received to him. It seemed no funny that ho And the tant.tllle Sunday In corn month, at I o'clock. Mr.. T. T, muLRalK n telegram stating that ho had fallen went Into a paroxysm of laughter and llailcaa, l'rraldrat. heir to n fortune," Tho Eastern popor twisted and squirmed bo that ho pnllod J. M. Monnmanta, BAITIHT.-H- T. and FourthHare, rtor. Ktrtlrn rlundata, morntn( and llrad.tonM, U right in its efforts to stimulate n tho bedclothes oil out at tho foot and One Jfar lor 8S. no-tpaprra for Utile more olht, l'rajcr" Meeting Tfrj Wflnmday Tahlata, Ae than the pries of one, Rumlar (khonl at t.to x. M, II. K, Harrow had to get out to tuck them in again, Uathlo Work hoalthy sentiment In favor of hugging, of. all kloda Buprrlntendrnt. ftT hi fl.SO yon wlllrrcrlr f.ironx but it docs wrong to hold out such in oud got awful cold, and mado as much jour paring paper with tho nr.tlr f ami OIIIUXTIAN.-Worah- Tp horn lif tho conrctfon ?. l, tha Ir. I and l'rcar hln l.r l'r. J. W. ducement, as it will not bo ono timo In noiso as to awaken his wifo in tho noxt rrprrMntatltanawipaprr of tho Hmith. and th ituar. on Pint and Third lM'a dira. nunday Hchool riral, trlahlrit and alilrit family WMklf In tha I antral 10,000 that n man, whilo hugging a girl, room, and sho, on hearing tho causa of Unltrd Matra. Thoaa who dralr Io namlnaa at 9 I J. Joa. rVtcranrf, rtuprrlntcndrnt. anna and thaOuurlfr-Journtan do ao at IJIIWIIVTKIHAN, KOtiTl! IIct. ! K. McKI will receive such a dispatch. Ho will tho commotion, told Itagbag ho was a aamplaropol thlaotllr. I ror. pa.tor Kun.lir rlrlinnl at .10. John W. on applicaoflener rccelvo a dispatch bound In fool, and advised him to go to bed. Iteut, feuprrlntrndrnt. Union I'raftr Medina: on tion. ir Wodncada y nlthla. leather from tho girl's falhor, which Ho did so, but lay awako half tho night thinking of tho joke, and tho next mornwill Inform him that ho has fallen over n Aa were Ihe echool booka cf my youth. EAST, waited for my man with what coolness I fenco, and is heir to alamo back. Thcro ing Ragbag hastily swallowed his breakTha mildewed leave, the faded print, could muster. -- VIAfast ond hastened out on tho street to KTANrOHP, KY. should be no monoy consideration in a Seemed quite Inanimate end cold. Two hours had passed ; tho sua was - Propriotor. At If they ne'er had beta the mint W. P. WALTON, caso of hugging, ond no hopo of falling play his joko. Tho first man ho met was beginning to go down ; and I was Just ! From which t garnered preclona gold heir to anything. It Is furtuno enough Gallagher. Now, Gallagher's business Be doll and oolorleaa Die page, 8lreofrilfr JOiM. I Itht com )eloectaof preparing to consolo myself with tho compels him to carry about 100 koyn, to a man to havo a girl to hug. HugrVatinf capacity, lniliidln (illery, COO. I tarned and turned, In hope to find notion that tho man had got wind of E. II. BURNSIDE, lleaionaMo ralea to Rood attracllona, Addrcai and Itagbag know s this. Gallagher was Somelblnf tint would reetare to age aa atoro. our intention, and gono by another ging can novcr becomo what it should just tho UK. The f reahncu of tht youthful mind, man Itagbag wanted to see. bo, our great national recreation and ronto, when I became aware of tho apWoll - Known Aa el, Indeed, might I eeeay enjoymout, our picnic, as it wcro, until Hushing up to Gallagher, ho said: This Old proach of a solitary pedestriau. As ho Hope'a early ililout to renew, Hotol Still Maintains "Ah, Gallagher, havo you lost n key?" all thought of outside matters is elimTHE ONLY LINK UU.NNIMJ Orglvenntoadradbonqnet camo nearer, I ran over tho description High "Don't kuow," replied tho victim; inated from it, and tho hugging is sim3 It former fragrance and Ita dew. i ot tho man I wanted which I hod and I cloned Uie volume with a elgh, ply dono for instance, liccauso thcro is a " let mo sco it" Said Itagbag : " First Its Proprietor is Determined learned by heart and at once concluded that Aa If It were Joy'a entrance doo- rgood opportunity, and no onoTosay nay. seo If you havo loit ono." So Gallagher it Shall be Second to no Country A lift of color e aught my eye that this was tho individual. Ho was a I Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Tho difference in hugging con readily took off his gloves ond went io work. with Juat aa it flattered to the floor. tall, powerful, uncompromising-lookinAppointmcnti, or Attenbo seen by thoso who havo dono a littlo Ho scorched pocket after iockct, and Twae bnt a maple leaf, all blotched fellow of about llvo and forty, muscular SYMPTOMS OF A tion to Comfort of Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 of it themselves, if thoy go to a theater examined each and every bunch of keys With gold and crlmaon, green and ajoVaV their Oneiti. enough to havo lifted mo up and thrown edge delicately notched, The It carefully. It was sharp weather, ond Tjoaanf Appotlte, Ilowoli coatlre.raln In mo over tho bridgo into Uio shining and watch tho actors and actresses. And perfect ttlll from atom to crown his fingers got cold ami numb. But ho Uartcair n b, ttaf f r4 to aad frow tatdraat tlio lleoU, with a dull actuation In tho fr oftharira. water beneath. I commenced to walk is not once in a hundred times that hugarrnmmodatlaaa to And when t took It In my hand, back part. I'aln under tha Uhotildar to Coram rrlal Traitlrra. Tho liar will bo ging on tho stago is dono lccauso both kept at it. Ono hundred keys wcro a Tlil little leaf from maple tree, blade, fullncaa aflor eat I nit, with a over tho bridgo as tho man Approached alwaya aipallad with tha tholra.t to exartlon of body or Aa If It were a magte wand, To braadaofUqaar. aad Clitara. Irritability of tamper. Low apliita,mind, it passed him slowly, and felt sure it parties liko it, but is always dono for good many to keep truck of, and Gallawith Drought beck a Tanlahed youth to ma. afeellnnof harlng nsnlecUtd aomoduty, monoy, at so much a week and ward-rob- e gher hud to think of every lock altout was tho man. Wearlno.a, Ululnoaa, I'lutterln at tho Til noun a tub ud again tbwe Joyful daya, his establishment, and then look for Heart, Dota before tho oyca. Yellow Ukln, furnished. After going two or three yards, I The old, familiar aonga I eung. over tho right ere, College. Grandest Scenery in America I Headache generally ntfUl drcama, highly Tho actor comos up to tho scratch that particular koy, and it was n tedious lleatloaaneaa, with turned back. Hearing my stop, tho And walked again, with eweet delaya, colored Urine, and liko a hired man, and puts his arm job. And it wasn't satisfactory, cither, The patha I loved when I wu young. purloincr of stato documents turned .STANroni, KY, Cunnectlnf direct In I'rtin. lrul for CONSTIPATION. E'en a the huca upon the leaf, around tho actress as though ho was for Gallagher couldn't quite mako up round. Each rccDe appeared to freshly bright TirrrsriI.I..Nnrn holding up a tobacco sign, ond tho nct- - his mind that ono key was not missing. With Ballimore.PlriladelplM&N. Y. tie h rnaea, mm doaei especially nilapted In Full Corps of Teachers, "Well, mato, what is it?" elTecIa audi n change That all remewhrancoa of grief or fee II im na In natonlah the aufTerrr. smllo nnd Ho demanded a sight ot tho koy found. Wcro hut, and faded out of light. ' Can you obligo mo with a pipo of rcss wn51es n They InrreaH lli Appetllr, and eauao tha j The Only Direct Uno to ?1 Thlalnitltutlon wlllnptnlla Thlrlrvnlh Kmlon hody to Tnli looks as though sho was taking pills on ft1eli, lliua the aytlem la gavo way. Then Ragbag's on tho 2d Monday In H pltmhtr iittt baccy?" I asked. nnurl.hc-ri- . and by teflon on tha Virginia mill Hie C'ariillimM. j duced. itIcoorarmna, IhH'Tonle Miimla are prolilre.il A Slil'JiUK TEST. " Oh I yes ;" handing mo Ids nonch. Wo havo often seen a couplo of lovers in With o howl of laughter, ho cried: a cent.Heaiilar Unurnjai., XT, ALL THE BUANCllKtf Ol' A " What are you doing about hero ? You tho audienco, who probably know scien- "Why, I haven't found any. I just A Story of I he Melbourne l"ttlee. Tlckela aroonaal at principal Ticket Office, tific hugging when thoy see it, look at aikod It you had lost one, as a matter of THOROUGHENGUStfCOUnSE a o.l at thelienrraionicooflhet'. A II. Hallway, don't look liroko ? " atSIO Wral Mnti. Ntreel. I.onlotlllr. Sorao years ngo a good many moro, stago hugging and curl up their curiosity." It didn't tako three seconds tins " Pretty nearly," I replied. Kor further Information, J. C EilNbT, I OaiV lUtaoa Wiinmn. ebana-etaadimar in fact, than I caro to recall now I was lips with scorn, and look at each other for Gallagher to decide) what to da Tho Art taught, aa wfl aa Hlaci by aalncle application of Ibla lira, II Im. General Kouthwretrrn A(ent, loulallle. "Now arrival, I supposo? " a natural color, acta ln.tantaneuu.ly Hol4 . pacta wanilortog very disconsolately through as much as to say, " It it was us on tho snow for forty feet around was clawed MUUICJ. TUE IiANaUAClF.b, IMtAW-INW. III. I. Kit. II. i W.NMITII. by broniau, or aenl by etpreaa on receipt of II. "Almost." (len'l Pata'r Ac'l. Oafc'l Manager, one of tlio mnin thoroughfares ol Mel AND PAINTING. ' Btago playing that sccno, wo would just ond kicked into a cloud that filled tho orritT, U J1IKHAY NT NEW IOHK. I there aro " Alt too many carpet-knighw u..iu (d.. Trrra iiicil utiU4 I usi.hn..u. ui .i,i. wu .a rr' i bourne, debating with myself tho advisaair. Folks lookod out of tho windows flooding Melbourne Como out break tho audienco all up." Occasionof walking down to tho quay and bility ally a couplo of stago lovers do un- and howled to sco tho fun. And when to mako a pile, got disapexpecting offering my servlocs as steward to tho Uio house with his In Tuition, prlcco raw from in Io K0 Io Ik CO. & pointed, and don't liko to work for your bend thomsclves and get in a hug or Itagbag & regular Ifcpartmrnta. Primary, tii; loterninllaK Captain of thoflrsthomoward-bonndrcs-BA WAR DC 0 grub, eh ? Put a scrow of tobacco in two that break n corset string, but In clothes torn, car chowed and eyes fJIV; I'reparatojy, f W, and Collegiate, 190. on which I might soo tho "bluo-pct- your pocket you'll find it pleasant thoso cases ono or the other blushes blacked, and explained that ho had been com" hoisted. Tilings had gono very and looks arouud at tho wings to sco playing his joke, his wifo was moro tlian For full particular., u u, liatrS, Ac, addraaa pany on tho rood." MKH. N. C. TKUKIIKAKT. I'rlMrllml, badly with mo; every cntcrpriso to :m: i actor's a? Atanford, Lincoln Co.,Ky. Or 7HE. I nearly emptied tho pouch and whether tholooking. wifo or tho actress' ever convinced that ho was on old don-koInettYct Aul.. I MI. which I had turned my attention had husband is and told him so. Somehow, humor ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, handed it back ; and, as tho owner put CINCINNATI bOUTHEUN DIVISION. oither fallen through or resulted dis- out his hand for it, slipped my on Thero has got to bo a certain amount is at times fearfully discouraged in this foot be. I Iay Acui Mgt astrously to myself ; and, after vainly Ki. Steam bTATIONH. tit. hind his heel and pushed him. Ho of fellow feeling between tho hugger and country. ISoston Engine and Saw Mill P.M. P. 51 trying my luck in tho colony for over tripped and fell splendidly. or it is I was pret- tho huggconot worth a moro matter of atAxurjvrujtii of lroonsy 'suur.s-threo years, I camo to tho conclusion Lee. Cincinnati.. form, and tho price of admisIM Sa ailtlblied at Atlanta la lilt. an 8 14 II 10 ty quick in wrestling; and took hold of " Ueorgetown., II Ml Tho London Globe says that tho Mannfteturcrt of r fit. am Knclne.. Ilolleri, that tho sooner I reconciled myself to tho man's throat with my I sion. Sometimes wo think wo would tltDi MM .... " Islington left hand, put r lit Lth Maehlnea, wooden shoo is qui to a national institu Mchol.iillle II Ml tho nttcr failure of my attempts tho bet- my knees on his chest li US Saw Mill.. Up bin. rr rihvftlnr. Ilantcra, llob 111th llrldg and with my liko to go on tho stago and givo somo of tion in France, and in II M andPpokeMa t. rmr urt.tand flour Mllti It 47. ter it would bo both for my pearo of right hand Brittany, moro 10 Willi lMottlle thoso actors a fow points that would bo Head fur Saeclal tlicalarofoar lit It li J Kaw Hill, which we aell fur .o. I rlaatatloa felt in tho breast-pockof " Junction Cltj.... I se'acio than in any other part of tho country, mind aud my constitution. ' JJo ' Moiarnet S bo, his coat no struggled violently, but I of great benefit to them in thoir busi' Itilot IJuru.lJa.. S 401 A.M. IM its clank is heard overywhero. Pcoplo Jn this dismal mood I was listl-e- ly thought I should succeed. I got my ness, but if wo should offer to do bo they lloekwoud 7M Iv t Sa 7 It 6 40 reading over tho shipping nnnonuco-ment- s hand on somo papers ; 8 Ml Mprln City ..... would probably impute caunister mo- wear it almost habituaMr thoro who but, as I was Arr. Chattanooga I0D would fight shy of it olsowhero, savo on posted on an adjacent wall, vhonl drawing them from tho pockot, tho tives to us, and hit us with a stuffed high days, P.M. I' . holidays ond en grandc tcnuc came across a notico from tho Folico De ruffian got hold club. It is not that wo would caro for FpccUl sitttntlon liven Io I'UnUtiotj Ma of my right knee-ca- p i,ee. ChatlaiMiKga IM SO 7 so when " there is nothing liko leathor." . 7 SO1 portment, intimating, in tersely official with " HprlngClty HI IS eblDf ff, JttutttittfU Circular his left hand, and gavo it such a tcr-- tho hugging, but tho advancement of " Itociwuid S 40 ar 7 44 Io M Hcnco follows tho necessity for a suffl language, that a few now hands wcro riblo wrench & H'Mlep CO., I S3 IlumilJa.. ..... ..... It la that I beliovcd ho had dis art Peck's Sun. " Njutenet.-..- -. SI.., Ctnrlnnotl, ..... I a A.M. Ill Jthn .t ciently largo brotherhood of salwlicw, needed hands who wero strong, vigor... 7M Iv SSo 111 Juuttlen Clly... located tho Joint Then feeling my hold 8 11 3 41 2 11 Danville who, as thoy could not possibly hvo in I'ltAXCU 11ULKD Jir ITS KDITOllS. ous, healthy, shrewd, good horsomon, relax, ho suddenly High llrlJge, CIO 111 111 hoisted himself with France is being ruled by its oditors. towns or largo villages by reason of tho and rejoicing in tho possession of such his right hand, sprang up, NlcliolaatllU 11 71 111 IS IS caught hold of 4 (A Islington TS HLIUI KXrUKSSEDl iTa Gambctta himself is tho controller of cost of transport of tho rough material oilier natural advantages as would inev- my wrists, nnd hurried mo to tho 4 So " (leuwuiwn IM ?S 7 to LVjruiciJU0 0 s ri.t cutvUi TiusTNt mr g .. Arr. Cincinnati . .. IM IB at several newspapers, and tho principal exceeding tho price of tho manufactured itably insuro their success in any lino eLriimo thus in on iron grip, ond k AI.AIUMA (IUKAT WIUTIIKKN. A.M. wcll-mamembers of his Cabinet wcro somo of his goods Mom'scll Mario's I Iria rktrtiiiXsit they choso to adopt tliituRtv T was n good claring fiercely at me, he said: lalAlXMltia l.'i I UtXU fiM t terCa yog Lie. ChltUuuua. ..... .. Blioon aforesaid may bo bought for a own editors. Literarymonhavohadagood i IrvM t till horseman, healthy, and tolerably . ' Atlalla . soo your gamo; there's only ono III) ttWp US ITMsaiMii trU t I r U.I . tu Its Bit Ik 101 fU " lllrrolngluiu. ......... mere trifle aro forced to rcsido in Uio 3 II deal to Bay in tho recent government of tmiM strong ; my shrewdness I had begun to way of dealing with tho police. ..It..' llRM " Tuacaluwa I . ... ifa'i .. Dead Franco. Thiers was That terrible acourpe fever and atrne, an J I M lbbtnt Mi iilM . n w,T.n iiI .t Mi bii Ifeal nanr f of t ui ' ofla.rur at tho President of Uio woods and forests, or other places where Arr. Meridian doubt lately ; and, as for tho rest of tho men tell no talcs ; so over you'ro going, -- ... 10 00 Ita congener, blllloua rrmlttant, bealdca Uf IU OSvMr. UMTwIil WWkri k J laaeelt or the atomacb, lltrr ami bowel., Lva. Meridian.... republic until within a short timo of his suitablo timber may bo available. Ho Ki?tftiHt . aVimatlattlwnllkib desiderata well, I suppose I was as youngster." tie I 8 ToUi MPiiaWMhmr tir - by mlaamatto air and water are " Tuuahxjaa. SI7 I ! .U and prevented Wy the me of is a regular Bedouin, this saboticr, and, Iiroduced tbm. mt well off as mwt ieople. f" ' " IIrnilDbani... ill II ol fv4 very younw. '" " Suiting his action to tho word ho re- death, and Guizot, another historian, Uoatctter'a stomach Itinera, a purely vegeToo " Allilla. iniuaionuonroldinnn 7IS was tho Favorite Primo Minister of Louis liko that nomad, can say: "Tho ropo possibly, was a chanco for mo; by phyalclana, and table elixir, Indoned Hero, Arr. Chattanouga. troublJ wlthneTouorrliyft.calitbiUaent leased my hondsr and in tho soma inmore ettenalrely uaed aa n nmedy for tho Xy or tmpotri.cts Urd clnuUr U which holds my tent has seen all cities Phillippc. Lamartino, it will bo at any rate, it was only a fow days' delay stant grasped VICKSHUUtl AMI MtmiiiiAlTr above claaa of dUonlrra, aa Hell aa for many IHon 1 full nd'.frsii potal cant tro. HARRIS HCMEOY on &t. Loula, to mo firmly and hoisted ma any medlcm of CO. Mo. if nothing camo o! it; I would mako my ond and Othera, than by ull DmziiUl. the aire. was tho President of tho pro- perish." Tho norcr-alteriI.a. Merl.llan.. t.A tai.nt aud Ilcalrr for My last chanco scorned to lio in an " Koreat ,l,aAl i " T Will aa ilFiul.l. .a .aT tia. tiUil iui ""."f T ... "'"' ilivilli II) (V.iia II ireiKrully. turn of a Breton wooden shoemaker is to visional government of 1818, ond application and chanco it. Iroturncd to " liraodon fll , ' old twist I had learned at college. As " Jackaun . my diggings, wroto an official applica- tho man raised Frouch writers aro conspicuous as fabricate- sabots, and out of this groovo Arr. Vlc..huritX- 4 JO me, I placed my feet on he and his nover run. Such as tho tion as per directions, and, to mako a debaters in tho Corps Legislatif. In tliis Lva. V!eaaliurj....-- .. son tho brickwork of tho bridgo, pushed Jackaon RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E 10 41 .. . long story short, received, two days lat- myself back country wo do not toko kindly to histor- father is, such is tho son, and, for tho liraodon. with all my strength, ilISS matter of that, his daughter also. Chil" ore.t a noto desiring my attendanco nt tho jerked er, of .141 moat I A favorite rmvrlntlon of onethe t7.the a littlo forward, lowered my ians, poets or editors as rulers. With H. Arr. Meridian 4 ... not4 and .urrvarul .iwcultm In station on tho following day. Hero, head, ond then fairly tho exception of Bancroft, no writer of dren, so to epeak, aro to tho manner now retired Air Ibe. uraof .VrrroH MPhUitv, twisted under my VICKMHIMttl, BlIllKVhIMUf ANK I'ACIKIC. 11 eniHri. aud leewtr. Hvnl lwef .Tj.narf, bom of making sabots, and at so tender after a rather stiff examination, physical captor's orm from right to eminence was over mado a Cabinet minUplalnaealMleuvelopeV.. IJruttutatauDlt- ..) I have recenllr opened In lilchmond a lam and Lve. Vlrkiburj. II ( left My ister. An editor, Horaco Addra.a DR. WARD 4 CO., Uul.laai, Mo. t ' I)elu and mental, and such tests of horseman- school oxporiunco hod I J SO Grocloy, was an ago as Con G years thoy may be seen complete Hatting Mil!, and am prepared U lurni.li saved my lifo; Arr. Monroe i ISO every kind of IKE UISEASLS Ur ship as taking a .. onco run for President, but was very smoothing, blackening, varnishing ond gato with my for tho man let go his hold with A 1. I 730 . Lve. Mooroe a cry v:tiir.y VOIITM nnrl MANMOfln arms folded which accomplished suc- of pain, ' Ielta badly beaten. Our ruling class aro law- stringing together in Iota tho coverings lit 50 and quick as thought I sprang BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Arr. Vlek.hurg. ! 2W .. r(S. AouiDnoMtAtTii with cessfully I was told that everything upon yers. Thoy occupy nearly ovory publio which their parents and other relatives him. V If.' OUT ME0ICINC JOHN bUilT, V. P. an.) (Irn. Man. (In rlou IXCLL'DIXn havo cut, shaped and hollowed out into K'-ifwas tolerably satisfactory, and I might position of trust and honor. Somo fow K'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. P. WIIXIK, 1. t and II. I'M. "It's all right, old fellow, tako tho writers havo ""A - iI in- I - iiniiim-iieir- .i i.ui .i 1'. A. Cln. Hou. K'y, Cincinnati, ().; 11. COLL. chausures for tho human foot When a U'cntlicrbonrtlliig, oxtcct on official notification of appoint-mentat- papers and .ui. iim boon sent abroad as MinisFlooring. HltAN. (I. 1'. A. A. O H. It'y. Callam.a.Tenn.: 'CimK IM. II ii end a... l)uf. I. rood them." sufficient load of sabots has been comJ. IIAItlir, (1 P. A V, A M. It'y, Vck.hurir, ituiia early date. Moanwhilo, it ters. Great Britain is ruled by its edri.ii'i. ni i. But in tho mad oxcitement of tho mo SuhIi, IIIIiiiIk, I.iiIIih, Mlaa.i JOK V.I McOUIKKd. I' A. V., h. A f'. "Pi. wi'bli txi'-a- r. "'I'rl.'.i IV I.innAddrr.a Imr. would bo desirable, I was informed, that Tho committco of Parliamont pleted ot a pertain fixing, tho sabotior It'y, Monroe. J. THE PUDLISHEn IToa 7)4. Milwaukee, WU. ment, and remembering my mission, I itors, I kept tho mutter, as far as it had gono, thought this surrender was only a ruso which is called tho Cabinet is of course goes with it to tho nearest villago or NIiIukIch. MoiihliiigM, Ntulf town where his wliolcsalo dealer resides, quite private; a stipulation I had no dif- on tho part WltJ'H, alC -of tho ruffian. Ha sat down nominated by tho loading spirit of ita 131 to whom ho disposes of tho lot With ficulty in conforming to, since had not own party. Dcmorcst'a Montldy. on tho road in tho most undignified fash Aa I aell at prlcee auch aa tho aloie article, ran be single friend in tho city. a o tho monoy thus obtained ho replaces a liouiht In UiuUrllle, Clnclunall, or other ion and lianded mo tho papers. Tho first houaea, am aure can j'osii'jiir. niscorxiiws fow articles absolutely necessary to his vantage Io Ipatrunlie I hoiuamako It Io youi1 adOn tho evening of tho followinj day am lu.llliitlona. ono that met my gozo was a headed pioco In ono of tho housos of Pompeii not wants, and with tho residuo pays for alao a practical found at my quarters a second noto from of polico-oflio- o paper, on which was yet entirely oxcavatod has boon found a Mr.1 timber already bought, felled and utilSuperintendent, conspicuously written : " Tills is your test for entering mosaic fountain tho decorations marked Privato," and convoying tho tf which ized. tho forco; and was signed by tho Superore far superior to any of tho kind yot And am prepared to furnt.h dcaUna and (etlmalea very agreeable intelligence that I was intendent for hullJInie. and alt kind, of acrull work. MHAxar: srour auout haxta found. On tho roof of tho fountain is temporarily engaged from that day. Tho That I am dolne no amall bualncae, can l judg" Well, young mun,"sald mine enemy, a representation of tho sea, with Aphro-dit- o j.v.v.i. ed from tba fart (hat my bank account runa from lottcr closod with a request that I would Major of Kentucky, relates tho 11,500 to li.OUO par week. Judgo " you havo passed tho last exam. with Contracting and building done promptly and at issuing from her BbolL Tho godcall at once on tho Superintendent. following story of tianta Anna, tho Mox-ica- n living prlcea. Addreaa honors. You havo nearly broken my dess holds tho arm of a '. H. UTAarlHtll. Dictator : " Did you over hear," wrist But my horso is at tho first road-nid- o Cupid, and other Cupids aro visible horo ho said, "tliutho was a Kentuckian V hotel If you'll como with mo I'll and thoro in the water. Below CONDENSED TIME. this I confessed that I never had. "'Well, Somowhat to my dismay, I found, on havo a driutc with you, and get somo cold group is a Cupid embracing a dolphin, that is believod by many old pooplo Fcsenting myself, thit my permanent lotion for this sprain. I bcliovo it will preceded by a herald, who spreads out about Frankfort ; I havo heard it from appointment was conditioned upon my be a caso of splint and sick lcavo ; but her mautlo in tho form of aa arch E over boyhood. It is said that Santa Anna, satisfactorily carrying through, a special you havo dono your work well Bother his head. On tho left two womon aro afterward President of tho Moilcan Job then on hand. It was an affair of tho arm how it aches I" (So did my soon on tho shore ono UAILKOAU I.lViK. standing rosting Itcpublic, was an illegitimate sou of ono somo nicety ; and on old hand, from knoc.J her cldn on her left hand, tho other TKA1NS UOINU NOUT1I. Nat Sanders, of this county. Whilo a Tho report was satisfactory, and I was station, would have been given tho seated on tho ground and holding up Hi. bun. Mlacil I, l9'i. youth ho wont to Now Orleans on a . work; but for being obsont on other appointed permanently. Mr. Superinher right hand in aa attitudo of admiand was nover afterward heard Lve. Hlchuiond . 00 am business. Tho matter would admit o tendent's test caused mo to bo sent on ration. Both aro in proflio. Oa tho from, S 00 " " Lancaattr... When captured at San Jacinto, no delay ; and it was imperatively neces- various duties which led mo into many 7 10 ' ' Llvlooton... right a woman stands on tho shoro, and S Si Crab Urcbard. in 1830, ho was brought through this sary that it was undertaken by Bomo ono rougn experiences; but I novcr beliovcd in tho conter of ' Htanlord 10 ' . . tho picturo another 9U " " Bhelbv City placo on his way to Washington, and myself to bo so noar death as when I was . not,' or seemingly not, belonging to tho figuro kneels bosido a box and ' Iauflll Junction. i Si was rocognized by the Sandorscs, who Melbourne, force. In short, I was to do deciding my future with my superior 10 03 " Mllchellaburir ' gazes at tho sea, hex back being turned 11 00 " Ltbauon .. " recognised him as their iliegitimato and it. Tho matter was briofly this: A officer. Chambers' Journal. Pi 10 pm " New llareu. ..... to tho spectator. Itnidon Xcics. l 47 relative, no did not deny it. Arr. Lebanon Junction.... long-lo- st packet of Government papers, of high " Ulnclnuall Junction. j JO ii A 1U1XALK V01I1ILKIU Ilospoko English liko n Kentuckian, 2 JJ Importance, had boon stolen from tu0 Loulitlllo. suaatssTiVB texts. In Giles county, Tennesteo, resides t Kentucky accent. Ono of tho and with messenger to whoso caro thoy woro inTltAINU UOINU BOUTII. Somo miuiators seem to bo on Uio conto do Is of Sanders had dotorminod to kill him on trusted ; and, from Information received, widow lady, on invalid, who has not stant lookout for strango toxti). tho BoBt Ono, Maacu I, ml. tx. bun, It socmod pretty certain that thoir pros-e- n been ablo to stand upon her foot or walk account of tho doath of a rolativo in tho City Figuros. of Stylo us. not o thousand miles away, Laa preached 8 80 a m Lve. LouIiIIIk... ....... of tho Alamo, but abamlonod t possessor a man fast becoming a step in tho last twenty years. About from Itlpui "And I said figs," which wm about rnasMicra when ho van .convinced that Lv. blaofurd. fifteen or sixteen years ago her husband ' CrabOrcbard...... his purposo IU iotoriousin tho colony would bo walktho sum ot what ho did say ; and again Arr. UrUg.toa t 10 died, leaving her a set of shoemaker's A romhlmtttati nt IVww ing toward tho city next afternoon ; and thoy wcro blood relatives, Tlio mother Lie. l.atiiMiitir ........ 1H Ux(Ucuf Jtia, iVriimut iools and a littlo farm with a big mort-gag- o from" Thou ehalt bo tho toil " "Wodo 60 to iwovcnt his Ultimate acquaintance of Kvau li. Sottio, of Oweuton, ws a Arr Htehiuond. id uurh ant t'f viirtvru no on it, and sho borrowed monoy not approvo of tho scorch after tho unimmiaMv uint. i o Sandorscs, and ho bears a marked with' tho town enabling him to csoapo, only itreiwwttimvf iron enough to buy a sidoof upper leather usual and startling iu tho matter of PULLMAN PALACE OA11S tcllt tutt llitthm thtt thai to tho pioturos of Santa Anna. or any confederates attempting his 1 cfiuruftertstlevf toxts, but, as they socin tojhavo bocomo and piece of solo ,1'inr-irri. lrjHiruuonM, Itoct, Mobile, I was to wait by a bridgo on tho only asuch knowlcdgo leather, and, with necessary to somo preachers, wo suggest Lark in F, Sanders, roproiontativo from To XUwpuli, Utile New Orleana. Monlgouiary, ni iLv.ii niivi i intu uau ii int. iiAiii fe.li iiu aUIVtulllar my inirikt;. am in mt tinuit Dveuf a iu and of shocmaking as U' 'taerialtlv.ilvu lU lUittltcialU. luVH til VL'I fuUtlli Carroll county to tho present Qoueral EulgrantatoTtau bare their choice of Iworou tea: lino of road, about ten miles out of Mel- ujyiv nm rtiuii iuai jmi, liTkll'sl sho had gainod from binding shoos for tho following to any who aro anxiously IttOH ItiNii iloii, jn miiir run 01 jtrTuu i rfiiraiiou, r wuu wiwaMi, if)krMia. aitilalui via Meuiplileor via Now Orleana. 'Hue lauch Assembly, bolongn to tho family, as also UIUMU, M bourne; and get tho papers from him. IHJVen"iVICUUIlOMi'l BUilllonf eJal .Ull H..lll UUitllIIHI.iJ lianaa. iii.vitt turns.. uuiiiriitit.urva)l I .....a li.wt liivu l.irtlMal quicker aud ratea lower than by any other )UiU4 iJ't.iii Krcat ami lucuiup&rInnal irulufllt b).kUiu, her husband, sho commenced to mako looking for a now toxt: "AtParbar did tho noted Ooorgo Sanders, who figIruu iri'i'evral u uiW- - in to t Mkii Tho uym route. It la alao the atlortniodjr. 1 by no means to bo shot, Bhoc6, tuiuui.il ( au J'U. iCOUUtt HAM! V.lM, iwltylu utirpraitU j c and Bho lias sat upon her bod westward, four at tho causeway, and two P ured so prominently in olltics during QUI0KE8T, 0HEAPEST AND BEST le Nor KlU. wl possiblo oven hurt; but tho papers aiOiW alt A venue. n. br tajt First Ohrou. xxvL 18. Ji tflec color tu tJtebtootl? wisiibo". secured. Minute instructions from that timo (somo fifteen or sixteen atParbar." tho administrations ot Pierco and Du- mttuml henUhful tone Io ltoulu to all poluta luMlaauiirl, Kanaaa, lllluoli, years ago) to tho present, with her shoo- - Ctrlttlun Advocate. cliauau. as to his appoaranco wero followed by a Iowa. Nubra.ka. (kilorado. Arkautaa. Indiana. I Miaruilr'Hrvvriiiri. airtu manor a boncu bosldo tho bod, andtuado Only one change to Chicago, bt. Loula aud I'jut. pretty plain implication that my career WiiiiB tho great hopo of tho civilized it opitleaUc to flenemtf lili'li Dtlcti of meat does not effect Tlie for luiiDcr luioruiaiiou aooui iicaoia io iuv and mended boots and shoes. lability, 1ms vf Amt- Huuth. Kauaaa, Colorado, au I euUraut ratea tit human race is heaven, thoir greater ef- tho conciliation of liaah. The two Mil-clio tho force would lery largely depend me, i'roMtrimon of i tun Florida, addrew V. 1. AI'MUKli, 1) said that 10,000 uita are row em J'oiit'r filial JiuiMtrn. Ky. It (leu. I'aaa. Uulaf fort, deslro and hopo in this world is ujkju my success, never did iUx.iid on each oilier much. Or V. J. Autliony,aud Ticket Alt,, Ky, lllo, MANUFACTURED BHHE DR. HARTEK MCDIOINC 00..2I3 N.MA1N ST,. T. LOUIS. Agt., Htaulord, I felt, as may bo cosily imagined, in. plcynl In railjotul coiittiuctlon In Hnrlria money. anything but high spirits. Tho prospect of a d encounter with a bo-fo- ro man ot wmwiu i muvt notning, and who might blow my brains out I had n chanco ot attack, was not cheering. Ilowovcr, thoro was nothing BT.A.IfcTFOiaXD, ICY. for it ; it was my last chanco, and I Taesilay Horning, Scptembor 26, 1882 mnst cmbraco it without shirking. Next day, which was Sunday, I accordingly procured a horso from tho stannTH-ttnrnn lkapsm. tion, mid, taking my rovolvcr with mo, started out to try my luck as a police-mabt imtrnwt roLunD, and about 2 o'clock in tho afterI lock a volnroe, old and worn, from uf the library eholf one day. noon camo near tho place mentioned. V The eorera were defrtl ud torn, I left my horso at tho nearest roodddo V And many a leaf had gout aelray. "hotel," sauntered to tho bridge, ond, I tamed the pagce alowly o'er leaning over tho rail with no very disla tearchof tarn forfotlen trnlh, ramlllar In the day of yore tinct notion of how I was going to act, n, I Tim niri'Kiiiiscii j.v liuaaisa. nonr JtAatiAa ksjoykh his rAo- - 1882. GmNDOT.NAT.ON, 1882. STANFORD cm lit ii lurtitToiit. ling-(rin- r. ly Weekly Courier - Journal wo Courier-Journa- aflar-noo- jr aatla-fatti- (i al MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. THE NEW ROUTE OPERA HOUSE. WASHINGTON Propr. and its Imputation, SOLID TRAINS, From LOUISVILLE TUTTS g PILLS dlaln-cllnatl- TORPID LIVER. KpK-la- l WASHINGTON, 11 Stanford Female a self-contr- over-bris- k, TUTT'S HAIR DYE. -t- ad.l-e- O ts TERMS MODERATE. Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific f LANE B0DLEY cr y, 1 Railway. e o?iibii.1331 aOLD MEDAL t.i JL fOSTJpt et ..... I V30 . ... .. . $200. BODLEY . I 11 ... LANE """. l?PIainEns;lishl llkt i bridge-Holdin- I "I 8TTERS RICHMOND tl .. ... il .1 .. I . Ik-- i m (!(, .pr ng cm-'nu- nt lluN ! I 1 a tWT ISWWM IM ..... FREE. PLANING MILLS! ...... five-barr-ed I .... WA y . I U I Door, ifTis' I T E I at wlmlc-aal- - ARCHITECT, d er flat-bo- at lo JOB PRINTING OFFICES Proparod all kinds aud at Frintinc in Ivy ...- Wkirff'J597rWSJt?mryTZ?? reHcm-bianc- WfW&&tWMMWM m -- o, "r(m ""JUzfMM ho I M ra alu,JtAUrKU-ilUO.N'lu.N- e WjWjM uuielo-hando-