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No sum of money, howover lago, no temptation hold out sufficiently strong, would iuduco tho divers to descend into tho oceati, unless two shark charmers wcro present, who, as thoy hcliovc, by means of their charms and potent spells, can prevent tho finny monsters of tho deep from in juring tho pearl seekers. Onoofthcso impostors goes out in tho pilot's boat, and remains at tho head of it, muttering n prescribed form of incantation as each man descends to bravo tho perils of tho vasty deep. Tho other shark charmer remains on shore, whero ho is shut up in a room in a stato of nudity till tho boat returns with their divers. A large brazen bow) is left with him, filled with water, in which aro placed two silver fillies, and it is affirmed that tho moment u shark appears in the vicinity of tho divers, these fishes agitato tho water, and if an accident is nbout to happen ono fish will Into tho other. When ho perceives such indications STANFORD, An FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20,1882. DARBYS NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 82. ii nltriorournaI Honttt Man. W. P. WALTON, T, R. WALTON, .... imuu -- Cditor and Proprietor Butlnttt Manager I'lililltliril Tiirmlnun itnl J'rliliiV', Hu.no A NNtrar. Noble Ottering. Tho superintendent of ono of tlio street car railways leading out of Now York Into tho country, told a touch' lug story to n friend tho other day, which found fU way Inton city paper. Sitting alono in his office ono day, a strango gentleman entered, wlio proved to ho an officer in tho army. Ho carried n littlo 1kx in Ida liaud. After somo hesitation, ho said, conquering groat agitation, "I have a favor to ask of you. I had a littlo loy, mid l'vo liwt him. Ho was all tho world to mo. When ho was alivo my wife used to search my pockets every night, and whatever looso change sho found, sho would put it away lor tho baby. Well, he's Hero is tho box . Wo talked gone. tho matter over and camo to tho conclusion wo could not do belter than to bring tho money to you to pay for f,res of poor sick children out of town during tho Summer. It would pleaso him to know that ho is helping to savo tho lives of other poor children. As soon as tho box is empty we will fill it. Whilo wo livo wo'll keep up the bank." Tho box has liccn twico emptied and filled, and hundreds of sick or dying children havo owed to this dead child their ono breath of fresh air this Bummer. How much moro tender nml truois audi n memorial of tho liclovcd dead than V pretentious monument, or oven a painted church window, beautiful In England it is a though they bo frequent practice to build nud furnish g station ou tho coast, in a of a friend who is gono, reraembranco and in this country memorial beds in hospitals nro becoming a usual way of keeping in memory thoeo wo have 1 tho charmer immediately "binds tho shark" with a potent spell, and thus compels tho creaturo to abHaiii from injuring tho divers. These shark charmers reap an abundant harvest during tho fishery, as the natives that unless they arc liberally remunerated they will exert their powerful spells to make tho sharks injure them, instead of comitclling tho monsters to remain quiet until tho pearl fuhery is over. It is rather singular that, although sharks are frequently seen by tho divers, nil accident rarely happen?, aud numberless fisheries havo taken place without a single accident occurring. bo-lie- I was tatter pleased and gratified with n remark I saw tho other day in a Philadelphia paper than all tho squibs I havo seen. This was relating to tho length of timo I havo been in public life, for forty years, that ho "has neither grown rich nor fat." I havo served my country sinco 18.'10 nearly continuously ono way and an other, and I havo got littlo moro, ve-rlittlo more, now than I had then. When I went to Congress I raado it a rulo, a solemn covenant with myself and signed it tho day bcloro I took tho oath of office: "I will nover mako a dollar in this city except my pay." I served my constituents faithfully. I o have collected from tho Department 835,000 at ono timo aud sent it to tho contractor who sent it to mo, and ho sent mo back fivo per cent. I told him I could not receive it. IIo was astonished. All tho other members of Congress did it. Ho only forwarded it to mo as a lawyer beforo tho Departments. I told him what I had dono. I had collected as a lawyer, I mean as an attorney for another, I supposo $500,000, and I never would tako a cent. All I ever dfd then I did in my public capacity, not even attending tho Supremo Court when tho Houso was in session. I have attended thero in vacation, but never would I make a dollar when Congress was in eessijn. -- Alexander Stephens. Post-offic- The Population of'the Earth. Tho now issuo of Ilchrn and Wagner's "Ilovolkcrung dor Erdo" is of unusual importance, containing, as it does, tho results of the recent censuses of all tho leading countries of tho world. It is only two years sinco tho previous issue, hut in that timo completely now data have been obtained as to more than of tho popu lation of the globe. As tho deader may know, this publication is the great authority on tho area and popu lation of tho globo. Tho total population of tho globe, according to latest statistics is 1, 133,887,500, distributed as follows: Europo, 327,743,400; Asia, 795,691,000; Africa, 205,823,-2CAmerica, 100,415,400; Australia and Polynesia, 4,232,000; Polar Kegions, 82,500. This total is upwards of 20,000,000 less than the total of two years ago, which is at first sight alarming. But Messrs. Belirn and Wagner explain this by tho fact that from a reexamination of the data on whtch tho estimate of the population of China rests, they have been impelled to reduce that by something like 50,000,000. Thero is thus really an increase of 30,000,000 sinco tho last estimate of the population of the globe, arising, no doubt, from tho fact that many of tho recent censuses are decennial and therefore this increase must bo Bprcad over ten years. one-half 0; PROPHYLACTIC WiUID. A IlouttlinM Arllrto tor Family Uc, For fcrarlVt aihI TjphoM Favors, Eradicates Diphtheria, Ulcerated MALARIA. Bore Throat, Rirutll Vox, MVatlr, and nil ContAgloiM J)Irncn, Pmoru witting on tht Skk thould me It freely Scarlet FeTtr Jut ncrtr been known to iprtiJ where lh Fluid wa cured ud. Yellow Fever hat been place with U niter blftck vomit liml taken The wont 811-rati- M 'ROBERTS & ST AG G DRUGGISTS AND Cnlrrl PHARMACEUTISTS. Op or a Houso Block, DriigH, Stanford, SI KyM Chemical, 111 1 II tM, OIlH, IrfiinpH, TJ3AT.iT:itH IN- I'ttpcr. H'lncH, Hall JIooKh, J.lqiiorH, C'Ikhth, Nfalloncry, -- 8oHpK. casea of Diphtheria yield to it lVrrrcland Kick IV r- nonn refreshed and 8HAXIrOX and nMlHorciircTfnt- - riTTINU of Small d purified. stjle A'cciIIck. Our Jewelry, SIlTcrvrnrc nml optical Moods Department Is In Charge of Col. Tli oa. Richards, itIio nlll Kcpalr Watches and CIocks rrompllj and in the licit Perfumery, rocket Cnlllcry, Tobacco. I'lro A mix, Machine IiiMlriiinciilH, ulcnt harmltu FrurtcuThr0alUHa For Fronted Fret, ChllbUlna, PUoii, CtiAlinKt etc Cnntsifrlnn dtiroved Rhettinntliiin cured. j Holt WlilUi Complex lona secured ty its use, Ship Fever prerented. To purify the llrcatli. Clean no the Teeth, It can't be surpassed. Catarrh relieved and Kryalpclaa cured. Ilurnarehevcdinauntlr Kcara prevented. Dvienterr cuied. Wonnda healed rapidly. cured ? dJirlout, wat not pitted, and wat about the house again In three weeks, and no others had It. J W. Paxk Inson, Philadelphia. nSPS.Iiffi?wS f" u.k " E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod e Fino Stock of Consisting of Diphtheria ProvontecL BRAND NEW' GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of . The physicians here use Darby Fluid very successfully in the treat ment of Diphtheria. Kcurrr cured. A. STOLLKNWBRCXf An Antidote for Animal Greensboro, Ala, or Vegetable 1'msom, Tetter dried up. Stings, etc. I used the Fluid during: jiioiera prevented. our present affliction with Ulrern punfiod and healed. Scarlet Fever with advantage. It U In caaeaof Deathlt should be used about iDduDeniable to the sick the corpse ft will room, Wx. F Sand-- I prevent any unpleasEyrie, Ala, roBD, ant smell Scarlet Fovcri A New York woman's $39 and her shoes cost I Curod. I SIMS, M. D. aorie, sayst "I am convinced l'rof Darbys Ovrtnlitrl'mtt tn..Il la valuable dLinfccunt." The eminent IMiy- aIclan,.I.MAllION I am oponing daily a Full lino of tbo Boat Goods in tho Market, to be sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. CARPETS7OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS & by the systematic investment of 82,000 There is nothing speculative in well OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. during threo months. That part of lost. established newspaper property. A the calculation failed, of course, and Surely if tho dead can look back on newspaper is hard to build up, but it It embracer Staple ami Fancy Groecrlcx, Patent and Family he found himself exactly the 82,000 earth, they aro better pleased to kuow is proportionately hard to pull down. Flour, Meal, Jlacoii and I.arI, Tobacco ami Clgarx, Woodbehind at the end of the stipulated that kind, loving deeds aro done in It is nn aggregation of atoms and its en, Willow and Tinware, GIiish and QucciiHwnre. Canned period. But he had carefully preservname than to tee them cmblaz-onothe most favorable their aggregation under ed proofs against the dealers who had CloodH of all kinds n (specially. Iteincniber Hie place, "Tho on coldstono in forgotten gravecircumstances, takes years and years. sold him the slips. Tho law of that yards. The fact that it depends on thousands Corner More." State makes not only gamblers liable A Terrible Ordeal. ot customers for success is its protectTo tow oram in corn land or any ordinary land nonrtmration u needed irhere ihi mtJnnmt for their double winnings, but but alion. No two groups of men think A woman of Iky City, Mich., 1 1 tucd; limply drirt into the field and go toKork teedmtj. so holds the owners ot tho houses herself as a man and clerked alike ami what displeases ono set pleas wherein the gambling is dono. The es another. Kven imprudent manin a storo for a year and then applied player in this instance gets his money agement cannot seriously injuro a for membership in tho Kuights of back, and, deducting legal expenses, as it does not initiated. During nowspaper, so long Pythias and was about 81,500 more. work of tho third degrco her tread ou the toes of too many of its tho Bo it said to the credit of Judgo Three First-Cla- ss Implements Combined in One. readers at the same time. What it Major that he did not get sick during sex was discovered. It seems that in "Do you think I am a mind read looses in ono direction it gains in an- this term ot court as ho generally has er ?" asked tho elevator man of a pas- tho third degree they havo an india Mating the lest and chaijKst implement erer produced. An imjJement that i indinpauallt in other. rubber rat and a celluloid snake, whilo holding court here; on account seucer who was findinc fault, at the t wry crop cultivated. inside, and which run by clock-wor- k So in o weeks ago Mary Huntley, ot ho has always said, of tho water being sixth floor, because he had not been which wero very natural indeed. They Niantic, found a humming bird just bad. Since local option went into let oil nt tho third. "But I made a let them run at tho candidates to seo if old enough to begin to fly. It flutter- eilect there has beeti more water used motion," insisted tho passenger. "Then ed out of tho nest aud fell in tho wa- here, and it seems to agrco better I oucht to have let you oil; a motion they will flinch. When tho snako ran ter before her. Sho took it homo nnd with its drinkers than heretofore. at tho girl she kept her ucrvo all to adjourn is always in order," chucknow has it so tamo that it goes all Carrollton Democrat. right, but when tho rat tried to run led tho elevator man. And yet there about the room without attempting to up her trousers' legs sho grabbed her are peoplo who think an elevator man A novel sight in Vnnceburg recentescape, and will sit on her hand and imaginary skirts with both hands and Cincinnati doesn't have any fun. load of hoop poles mako a curious low sound which is its ly was a wagon jumped upon tho refrigerator stand Saturday Night. blind only nolo. It is fed on sugar aud drawn by four boys, one of them ing near (which is used in tho work of and driven by tho mother of the quarA man out West bought a bedwater, and ho been carried about tho fourth degreo) and screamed -raWirj-tv- "fl r wood of which was so green with its mistress in her visits to vari- tet, who was along to seo that they stead, tho bloody murder. The girl is u memSulky Harrow mdSwdsr. The Albion , did no kicking. Af- that one warm Spring day it bioke lowed. For leu money than remiirtd to obtain a grain drill, which can only he utilized in one mp, ous parts of tho State. It is a pretty pulled square and ber of tho order, howover, and there Anion? tho convicts in tho Texas and an unusual pet, aud seems to ter disposing of their poles, they start- out all over with bud9. and iu a week thu implement can be had, uhich Kill put in all kinth oftmall grain in the very bent maimer is no help for it. Tho affair may open to their moun- was covered all over with little groves. less time and with lea labor than the bent graih drill made. tho eyes of secret societies and cuuso penitentiary is John Wesley Hardin, thrivo perfectly in its moderato con- ed back with tho wagon In the autumn the children picked tain home, several miles away. Ono order hero, who was formerly tho most dreaded finement. Hartford Post. them to investigate Co u rie r. tho chestnuts from tho sido pieces, takes precautions desperado in Do Witt county. Ho is understand, wo It is unquestionable that the bears O. O. Stealy Las at last discovered and next Spring tapped the headmen. against tho admission of women by said to havo killed twenty-on- o aro working mo money scaro tor an . Ex. tho banner democratic precinct oi board for maple-syrupcarefully exaraining.tho feet of appli Tho whole community trembled its worth. Whilo they industriously him. The oflicora of tho law America, in Dubois county, Ind. At cants. If tho feet aro cold enough to An immense flagstone, which is picture tho torments of a possiblo tho last election tho vote in this town- said to bo tho largest over quarried in freczo ice cream tho candidatois black looked tho other way when ho passed. sedulously abstain from This was largely owing to tho fact pinch, they ship stood: For President, Hancock America, was recently laid iu front of Peck's Sun. balled. tho bull contingent that two families, tho Suttous and reminding that 223; Garfield 2. Tho postmaster and a II. Stuart's new brownstono residence Why Tiikkk auk bo Many Old Taylors, carried ou a torriblo warfare, Mr. Folger has heretofore intimated shoemoker voted fur Garfield. Sinco in New York city. Tho greit slab is Maids. This is a mechanical ago. iu which a largo part ot tho popula that thero should bo nothing of tho theu tho shoemaker has moved away bluestoue, nnd measures 20 'A JZiJi rritm. Wo havo any amount of contrivances tion took part on ono side or tho oth- sort. Ho cau ease mouoy either by and tho postmaster has been converted, of river I'imIUou ot Teeth tad Leier wlitla it work. feet and G inches by 15 feet and G bonds for tho sinking fund or labor and annihilating timo. for saving When by detaching the Under you hatxtfabeit llurrow in the wild, one that xcilldo mueiiwt er. It was n vendetta that cost many buying is 0 inches thick, nnd in vnce going over the ground than an irdinary hamne will in a dozen, betide doing the tcoik l. calling bonds ou tho niuety-dayA good man was once tempted by inches. It But wo do not teach ourselves lives. Hut tho law got Wesley Har. by fatter and vtth more case ordering their prepayment. tho dovil to commit one oi the three weighs over 30 tons. Wo aro governed by ourpas-slon- s rn din into its clutches at last, most of notico aud Denis Kearney prays God for tho reahis mothto murder her Now York Herald. and appetites. That's tho great tho Taylors and Suttous wcro killed when there will be no conventions son there aro so many old maids. Thoy oil, and Do Witt county is Tho sixth itom iu tho will ot tho er, to deny and blaspheme his God, or day ono As the least of the and when 100 candidates will bo rundon't look after their physical health. of the moat orderly iu the Stato. : to get druuk. lato Souator Hill, of Georgia, reads office. That's it, Denis, They aro puny, scrawny, Bickly ami "I give and bequeath to my wife and three ho choso to get drunk. Satan ning for each A traveler was leaning at night choice, for that's ill With 100 candidates in why yet thoy wonder children that which soino of them left him woll pleased at his Harper's Ferboth tho field, a voto would sell for somemoil don't marry them! They wear against a railing at tho now posicss aud which I assure them, alas whilo druuk he committed A locomotive thing, wouldn't it 7 tho other sins. diamonds in their ears, thoy calcimino ry railroad station. iu full viow of death, is far richer came along, aud ho spraug lightly their facos aud they remedy their deA German farmer near Depero, They tell of a dot' down in Angus-ta- , than all humau honors. God is a liv fects of figure with hnrso hair, aud over the rail to escape possible ilauger. ing God uud Christ came into the Me., which suirered from toothacho Wis rejoices iu an immenso crop of thoy try to get huibauds! I tell you He thought it was a meadow ou tho world to save slnucrs. I beg them to until a dentist extracted a "whole row cabbage this year, lie estimates that until women learn to regard the laws other side, but know his mistake havo faith in Jesus, for by this faith of decayed teeth," and it is said that by tho close ot the season ho will have IImIIIou of rwtb tail Lerer wbllt not la uw. of bodily health, which aro tho laws of when ho struck iu a muddy stream alono can thoy bo saved." "tho poor dog held his mouth open sold over 30,000 head, and will have After planting your crop, by rtuwnAg three teeth you cun thoroughly pulverize the toil, cvltiiutc forty feet below. On being rescued $300 God, thoy can never hopo to wield sat perfectly quiet whilo tho teeth cleared a net profit ot more than und destroy the uecdt in tiro rout of corn at a time, a thing that no other culti tutor will do. Somo persou advertises in tho Stan aud At lira Haled, nere u an uipieuirai war can ot usa in troy nvp ciuiiiuicu uu m get . - per aero. that tulismauio iullueuco orer. the ho was askod his uatno. "I wouldn't were being drawu." ford Inteiuok Journal tor a "comcelled in none by any oiner tmpieneniaununc unu iwc. i armert, come and tee it, a uvi. sex, which is moro gigantic toll you for a thousand dollars," ho opposite If overy person would bo half as pie and try it. Jf it doe . not do what we claim for it, ve do not mini your tnonry. It is shown by statistics just issued "describo mo simply as n bined horso." If ho wishes a combinthan the power of diamonds aud replied; bo expects his neighbor to be, GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanferd. Ky. ed team we cau put him on tho track that last year there wero 17,251 known good as fool." Hev. 8. M. Laud is. rougo. It. II. WKA1W, AgU, llithuwnd, Ky, W, .. WIT1IKRS, Agt., iMiicatter, Ay Such a combinatiou passed thieves nt largo iu England, of whom what a heaven this world would be. A cow with threo rings on her of ono. ifllEEN & WILLIAMS, Aqti., llustoniUU, Ay. A fashion writer says : "Skirts aro horns is six years old; with four sho is through Somerset a few days ago. It 1,200 were iu the city of London. Largo quantities of willow leaves aro Hon. T. B. Montgomery'! Testimonial.- -! hut cultivated my crop of corn lAii wtuon ith the but worn rather short, showing to advantmixed with teas iu Chinese ports pre- Albion Combined Cultivator, Jiurrow and Seeder and can iy without hesitation thut it u formed af- comisted of an ox .and an ass yoked soven. No new rings aro working all these years to It dteetl After Harroic or cultivator I haw eixr teen. Can plo ten acre of coin a day vM all cox. age a pretty foot and handsomely ter tho tenth year. The deeper rings, together, preceded by ahorse. They vious to being shipped. II Hvntgouury, 'as be thinks, Mr. work perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends, ino shaped ankle." Yes; that's all very however, uud tho worn apncarauco of presented tho combined qualities of make people thluk Goliath was tbo first to havo a baug lleecher suddenly discovers that ho To tout grain vith thU Seeder no extra hand in rvytiircil to clean it from flth us this ii off ilmt Hut sup- tho horns nro suro indications ot out goutleness, meekness and stubbornwell, if tho auklo is, pretty. by the di iicT tn'lAoiil itvpping or getting off hi teat. ou his forehead. doesu't think so hlniBolf. Republican. ness. 7 posing it Isn't ago. dis-guit- Willis, who set firo to a houso at Putnam, It. I., was caught with difficulty. Thcro was nt first only a detective's vaguo suspicion against him, resting upon no evidence. It would not have doue to arrest him, for ho was a man of good standing, and so much of a politician that he expected to go to tho next State Legislature. A plot was thcreforo laid to make him convict himself. A woman was sent to board in tho sarao houso with him. Sho protended to be a liook canvasser. After gaining his confidence, sho told him that she really belonged to a gang of thieves, who had a largo amount of Government Iwnds to sell. Willis eagerly proposed to act as agent for tho purpose. Ho went with tho woman to Itoston, whero elm introduced, him to several men who personated tho band of robbers. They aflectcd to doubt his sincerity. Fearing that ho was about tojniss a profitable bit of business, ho tried to win their confidence by telling them of crimes which he had committed. He had stolen from various persons, and once in a bank when counting money alongsido a man who was doing tho same, he slyly clapped tho other's pile on his own, aud it was supposed that a sneak thief had disappeared with tho missing notes. This exploit apparently tho listeners (it turns out to be a truo story), and they led him into n confession of tho incendiarism. A concealed shorthand writer took down nil ho stld, and his arrest folJustice A patent baa been taken out for the manufacture of shincles composed of glass. It is claimed for this material that it is to much more durable, stronger and moro impervious to rain than slate or any other substance now ued. Tho manufacture of tho shingles will also lo comparatively inexpensive, nud can bo placed in by any ordinary workman. These shingles have the advantago of slato in several particu larr. In consequenco of their shape they lio solid ou tho roof, and can Ira used on comparatively flat roofs, and thoy will admit of persons on them without danger of fracture, a quality which slato docs not possess. stockings $90. A Free 1'rcts letter says of tho stockings: "Thoy were made of black silk and midway between the ankle and the knee was a green tree embroidered in silk, and resting upon thcr branches of the tree were bright-plumebirds, somo in the act of flying. On tho 'bulge' or largest part of tho stocking was a huntsman, clad in red shirt and trowsers, taking aim nt tho birds in the tree. Upon the instep was a monogram of the lady wrought in gold letters. Between tho kneoand the upper part of tho stocking were eighg teen narrow bands of hues." A correspondent asks what was the amount of tho national debt at tho close of the war and also what it is now. The war closed iu 1865 and the public debt fur that year amounted to $2,C80,C47,8G9.74. The debt reached its maximum tho year after tho close of the war, amounting for 180G to $2,773,230,173.49. According to the monthly report of the U. S. Treasury for August ult. the total debt amounted to $1,901,880,590. 12, or, less cash in the Treasury, to $1,. 658,926,171.90 net. d many-varyin- Vanilerbilt Unlicraltr, Naihrlllr, Trnn. I testify to the mot t eicellent qualities of Prof. ParLyt Prophylactic Fluid. As a disinfectant and determent it is both theoretically and practically aupenor to any preparation with which 1 am acquainted. N. T lAirron, Prof. Chemistry Dai-by- Hon. Kcr. Ciias. F. Daeus, V.V., Church or tha Strangers, N. Y.: Ioj. LlCoirrt, Columbia, ,Prof.,UnlTersIty,S.C. A J. IlATTtl, Prof Mercer University; Xer. Geo. F. Pitaci, Bishop M. E. Church. Fluid la HecommcniW by Almundx II. Srirmns, of Georgia; TheLAEGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AA1 PENNY & McALISTER, JJbJ W .IE3FS.S. r-i-T SIlTVEmVAIlE IMlISrENSAIlLi: TO KVEKY HOME. Perfectly harmless. Used internally or czicmaiiy mr juan or iicasu The Fluid has been thoroughly tested, and wo have abundant evidence that 11 nas aone ything .. nere cuimeu. ror luucr information ret ot your Druggist a pamphlet or send to the proprietors. & co.. ir. Man .'icturingChemuu. PHILADELPHIA. Ever brought to tins market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. "Watches. Olocii and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, .. j, zkiun WlMBtoi&BdMhk St. Asaph Block, Stanford. Probably the only man who ever played policy with profit lives in Ohio. He evolved a scheme which he thought would win a large amount of money GROCERS, HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. THE: ALBION SsC.-fRnjrir.v---- gprlag-Tuo- th e s' Bins-eit- y 1 STAajroiar), icy. Friday Morning, Soptomber 29, 1882 W, P. WALTON, EDITOR jTo Jjhlcli Bmtlhy't Death WarraM. the llqmllicnnt oftht Eighth rMion of circumstance In the main lvo accrued since and which could not hire that llmo rearonalilj nntltlpated over which I lure no control, I nnit decline maklnjf tli rsco for Congress. Deeply grateful for your past kindness, I in V. O. Biudi.f.y. your respectfully, Ileing acquainted with the circumstance which hare Induced Mr. llradley to retire from the Congressional contest, we without hesitation Indorse his course. William Heukki.k, ki Chairman Stato Central Committee, ! William Carsius Goodloe, ' Chairman State KxecutWe Committer. W'mt 's tlio use of keeping tho good and gufllcicnt reason a secret? It can't j r have its trains running into this county. pleasure of again sitting on the same platform with Indiana's noble Governor Over lUchardson's store and has secured When they have two railroads to furnish and listening to an intensely interesting quite a lame class of ladles in painting and transportation, Jack Adams A Son will address from him, that revealed the true drawing. Miss McRoberistljOugli regis probably get in a bigger stock of goods statesman, as well a Ihe christian gentletered from another State, is a Kentuckian than their present one. Until that time, man. After him. several other, including Bro. Barnes, spoke on the same topic Of and is closely all ietl to many of the beet the present stock takes the cake. course I only touched on the vital importAll the farmers are in big luck this ance of giving the prisoners the gosiel. families in this and Lincoln counties. Shi Is a lady of culture and deserves an encour year. All the crop were unprecedentedly Well ventilated cells, nutritious food, fair good, and on top of this is the finest mast work and good libraries would all be aging patronage. The Boyle county comparatively in vain, unless the TEACHERS INSTITUTE ever seen. The chestnut oakst white oaks, were met A gospel that told the Will be held at Shelby City, beginning on blsck oak and beeches aro all loaded. poor fellows that God had nothine whatWednesday, Oct. 11, at 10 A. m. and con There are enough acorns to fatten every ever against them was the first want of a tinue three days. All holding certificates hog in Ihe county. In short, as an old man in the penitentiary. The r. M. meeting in town was omitted are required by law to be in attendance, timer expresses it, it is a "whalin'mast" that I might go to Plain Geld. At night One of the nioit difficult things to handle is Last Monday, G. W. McClure, Master the theatre was full, notwithstanding the TERSOXAL MENTION. Commissioner, sold under lodgment in the weather, and our Jesus, a usual, kept the 50 souls So much can be meant though so little is case of Wm. McClure vs. Q. H. Watts, a "best wine" until the close. made the "great paxi" and so the Indiansaid. Now if it were to say much and mean tract of land on Copper Creek, containing apolis meeting cloned in fullest blessing. little, it would be easier and yet you can't 1C0 acre to Joseph Tilfrey, for $S9G. J. PRAISE THE LORD. Thursday morning we packed our scatwell say what you mean. J. M. Bryant, of L. Joplin, Executor, offered for sale th NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Chicago, is visiting Danville and says Ed. farm near town belonging to the estate of tered "thing" and al 3 r. M. we left on the I. St. L.AC. for this city. Rain fall- The regular rate of freight from Boston Rowland wauta to get home to see his Dr. J. Joplin, deceased, but it was with- inc. however, all. the wav. a U the devil mother. Walter Nichols is here in the in- drawn after $1,200 had been oflered for it. was sullen for having been robbed of so to San Francisco is $G per 100 pound. The following list of marriage licenses much in IndisnsioliK. Dear Nath Wood j Lexington atreet railroad stock, the terest of an insurance company that pays par ialuc of which ia $100, is telling at $5,000 if a man is killed, (not by accident) issued during the present month Is furnish- cock and Miss Lillard met us at the de pot, accompanied by sister Miller, who reS140. A otherwise only $2,000. Miss Sue Belle ed by M. C. Miller, County Court Clerk: port for the Commercial so admirably, and small boja who Fible has gone to Kansas Eight Covinf-toe City on a visit. David Elder to C. B. Houston; N. II. we felt welcomed, at once. Soon at the Gib played ball on Sunday were fined $o and Bob Knox and Neil Skinner will assist Dr. to Talitha Houston; II. N. Denny to son House and a delicious supper made us trimming each. McMurtry In the medical school of the Mollie Hurst; James M. Duke to Edna forget the storm and darkness wlthout.anu comfortable bed filled in The Secretary of the Treasury has University of Louisville. Judge C. A. Fsrris; W. L. Jones to Belle Frith; Alva undue time a most all bodilv requirements. Nath and a site for the proposed public build- Hardin, of Ilarrodsburg, was in Danville Richmond to Laura Collins; R. J. Abney sister Lillard brought us to Cincinnati, as ing nt Frankfort, Ky. to Elizabeth Gadd; John E. Cindy to the LORD 3 instruments, else we should this week attending court. J. M. Athcrton has resigned the Chairnot have been here. They put heads and Margaret Richmond. , WAYNE COUNTY. manship of the State Democratic Central -- The withdrawal of Col. W. O. Brad-le- y hearts together, and going in diflerent directions raised enough money to run the Committee on account of III health. Monticello. from the Congressional contest was a meeting the first week. Then they tele , Cook & 8Ioss, jewelers at Louisville, Mrs. Etta V. Baker will start in a few genuine surprise to most of his friends grphcd to come. But for that dispatch had a $0,000 tray of diamonds stolen from days to her home in Atlanta, Ga. here. Hod he remained a candidate, he we would have gone to New York last tlietn while showing good to a party of Wild ducks of tho blue wing variety would have received tho solid republican Thursday. The city papers tell most of men on Monday. have made their appearance in Ihe ponds vote of this county and a good many dem your reader how tho meeting is progress , total cost of the right of way of hereabouts, offering rare sport to the hunt- ocrats besides. His withdrawal make the ing here. we went out to the House oi Sundav tho K. C. extension, including fencing ers. latter party mighty solid for "Little Refuge and when tho invitation to confess There was a goodly number of drunkthe Savior was given, a general rush en Uourbon, will be $22,425.40. through Phil." TJie republican leaders here, it en men in town Monday for a town having sued, which, to my astonishment was Bourbon News. seems, hail actually expected Hratlley' checked by the 'Directors, a contrary to Yellow fever is abating in Matamoraa a Beard of Trustees elected on a temper- election, and they are looking rather blue nnson rules. Ihen 1 asked II the conies- ance platform. and llrnwnsTllle, but is still very bad at sions might be taken in the scats aa they the prospect now. The bridal parties, J. C. Ramsey and over 1'ensacola. Six deaths and sixty new cases that could be done." bo 1 The K. C. contractors have let the fol were. wife, and C. M, Back and wife, have just commence! with the front seat. Every are.reported from the latter place. lowing building contract to S. II. Thomp boy confessed. Then Ihe 2d, every boy John Kelly says that ihe New York returned after visiting the expositions in son, ol this place: One bouse, 100 feet confessed. Then the 3d, every boy con Cincinnati and Louisville. Democracy will unite on a city and counlong, 20 feet wide and 12 feet high, for the fessed. When I had taken about 76 conW. B. Wright haa opened a new hotel ty ticket as it did on the State ticket, or accommodation of convicts; another 50 by fessions the "Director" again interfered on the corner of Main atreet and Cat Ava-nuand said that such a thing couldn't be althat he, at least, is willing to do so. He says if travelers wont stop at the 20 feet to be used as a commissary, a lowed. So I desisted, and the poor boy The German Liberals at Columbian, O., e 20 by 20 feet; stables to ac were filed out, aud we came away, sick at have organized n party as opposed to the right (Wiight) house it will be their own commodate 60 horses and males. These heart. The explanation was that the rule fault. republican State ticket They propose to Mr. Primrose, the artist, received an buildings will bo erected on Roundstone, could not be violated lest Roman Catho hold a large meeting at Columbus, Oct. 3. order lor nine life sized pictures from one near Wm. McNew's. Mr. Thompson will lics should insist on the same privileges offended. I wrote It will require over 800 wagon loads of man. Mr. W. J.Kendrick designs pre- begin the work next week and expects to and Jews should boBoard of Director, the in of the iron to build the Kentucky River bridge on senting each member of his family with have it all completed by Nov. 1st. answer to a kind, apologetic letter of exC. extension, and much of it has al- his portrait. yesterday, that my me the K. planation About People. Capt. W, G. Welch, feelinsr was he sentpersonal one not a at all. but Winchester Demoready been hauled. Hen Til I tie says If the democrats of Stanford, was here Monday. I'rof.W. M. only one of distress for the boys, thus decrat. Jim Cummins, believed to be the gen- make another such demonstration a they Linney, of Ilarrodsburg, was hero this prived of tho privilege of confessing their tneir conuuci uine Jim of the James gang, was arrested did at the caucus on Monday, that he will week, visiting Mt Vernon's Geologist, Mr. Savior. 1 also saidto that since the prejume, seemed inconsistent Tuesday in Caldwell county, Ky., upon a resign his position as deputy postmaster Robert Joplin. Capt. T. II. McMichael, of dices of the Jews were not at all conciliatthe L. A N. R. R. was here a short time ed, for they instructed the boys in the description furnished by the Governor of and take the stump for Carr himself. A democratic caucus was held at the Tuesday, Miss Emma White, of ManNew Testament, continually. If I had Missouri. e on Monday last, at which chester, passed throueh here Monday, en been inducting the boys into soma denomSome negroes attempted to enter their inational church, the thing would have children In the white schools of Owensboro Committees were appointed for the pur route to Louisville and Cincinnati. Mr. been manifestly improper, but a confession poses of raising a fund to be used at the Caspar Williams left Monday to attend the last Monday, and, on being refused, quietly Louisville law school. He is a bright of Christ as Savior was a matter that any brought suit in the United Stales Court at November election to counteract the cor- young man, a close student, and will make honest Roman Catholio would not object ruption levies of the republican party, a good lawyer. Mr. J. J. William is in to for a moment. Regretting therefore, I'aducah. the terrible mistake of the Directors, who The Commissioner's assessments of for securing the services of campaign Louisville this week. Messrs. Jack Adams A Son are now would have fared the instantaneous benespeakers and for superintending the thorrailroads in Kentucky for State taxation in receiving their stock of Fall and Winter fit of a confession of Jesus, in the im18S2 is $34,000,000, against $20,000,000 the ough organization of the party. Speeches goods, beyond question the largest ever proved moral of their boy, thus deprived increase arrlsing from the greater mileage, were made by Hon. Joseph Bertram, J, C. seen in Mt. Vernon. Their stock consists of the very thing that they most needed, Saufley, Hiram R. Hayes, Judge Phillips of dry goods, groceries, boct and shoes, viz: an individual acceptance of the Savrather than from a higher valuation. clothing, notions, dress ior, I thanked the President for his courtehats Fifteen years tgo, George Hallenbtck and others. The indications are that the goods, and caps, and harness, hardware, ous letter, and assured him sgaln that I saddlery party in old Wayne will be thoroughly and Wm. Stratton quarreled in Palmyra, tinware, glassware, Ac, Ac. had no personal nhiue to nourish, and was iiueenaware, N, Y. Tuesday they met nesr Carrizo I'ass, aroused, aud that she will give the old This immense stock they are determined to only sorry for the inmates of the House of 1 believe everyone oi me Doys Keruge. Texas, went Into a darkened room and warrior, Col. Wolford, a rousing majority sell at astonishingly low prices. They res- and girl would have confessed had they pectfully Invite every one to call and see in his race for Congress next November. fought a duel. Stratton Cred four times. them before purchasing elsewhere. Come beeii iennltted. So much for the difference in these in Uallenbeckfired, killing Strnlton instantly. and look at their goods. They take pleas MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT ure In snowing them whether they sell stitutions here and in Indiana, But at In .Another forgedgiroxy has been discovSam. M. Burdett. Editor. dianapolis, I think tho Reformatories are or not. ered to have been used at the Saratoga I have never seen any so A nice line of dress goods at Jack AdMr. F. B. McClary, of Barbourvllle, exceptional. Convention. Judge Smith's, a who haa been spending several week in well conducted. My heart is warming to ams A Knn'g. vote, was cast all dsy for the Stalwarts, improvement of Ms this Prison work, a the dear LORD blessOur two shoemakers have been on a our county for the deep Uy means of the two forged proxies used interest in Ihe es me In it, and shows me how great is the health, haa taken a "lark" for several days. Democratic contest in tho 10th district. need. We were invited to visit the hunthen, it is said the Stalwarts secured the Mr. W. L. Jones was married to Miss Sinco Adams has won the nomination, Mr. dreds in the Work House next Sunday, temporary organization af the Convention McClarr say that means the certain de- but whether the fautpcu at the Refuge Belle Frith, of Gum Sulphur, last week. and the nomination of Folger. will cancel the Invitation, remains to bo With If you want to see goods sold at prices feat of John D. White. countyKendall for seen. I will go, If I can get access to statesman his opponent, tho Clay DO HE COUNTY. as low as the bottuu of well, call at Jack might have hoped to win, relying on the them, and save as many as I can. Cincinnati la full. We ire delightfully Adams & Son's. Dan mile. big republican majorities in Ids home An lodged the 4th story of MARRIED, KtT.T. II. Cook, of the M. K. Church counties. But with Adams in the field elevatorIn annihilates stair the Gibson. We mounting. On the 21st Inst, David Prewilt to Miss South, will preach In the Church at this these majorities will be greatly reduced. friends daily from all pari of Mr. McClary thinks Adams' majority will see lots of Belle Arnold. In Madison county on the place next Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. be about 1,000, probably more. There waa Ihe country. We are all well and happy, UOlh, George Vnutd Bowman, formerly of costs $1 to ride a hundred tulles on a rumor current here this week to the ef- 3 confuulons Sunday night. It that our dear boys Willie writes Danville, to Mi) Dillle Ross. the railroad, but Jack Adams & Son will fect that White would decline to make the had 3 first confessions and 4 anointed, last ANOTHER WORLD, sell you a good suit of clothes for that race at all, but it is not authenticated. The first meeting of the Rockcastle Sunday at Huntsville, Tenn. One apiece No more a world Miss Harriet World was money. Racing Association waa held at "the for the young Evangelists the first day. have bought un- Bunk married to Smith Tribble. License hu The merchants here Bunk," Tuesday, 2Cth, Inst. There was Isn't that glorlousT And 4 and 3 make been Issued for the tmrriage of John M usually heavy stocks of Fall goods. There but one race, a dash of a mile, with hut the er feet No. 71 That is good too. The Beswlck to Miss Matile K. Mcl'herson. Is said to be plenty of money In the conn two starters, viz t John Sligall's imported dear fellows nre full of Joy and are going on In it awhile, though they did cxiicct try, and a big boom in business Is exacted. buck gelding, JllcharU uoeur ue Lion, and to begin In Jacksboro. 1 am so glad they try little has been done G. W. McClure' chestnut filly, Annio of will IN THE COURTS It Is said that several Austria. There was a tremendous crowd have taken a full commlsson to start with. G to. O. Barnui. Ever in Jesus, During thl term. Three negro boys under shortly be opened along the line of the K. of stiort present and the betting waa thejigef, 14 years have, been sent to tho C, in this county. Our County Judge says, heavy. In the pools Annie of Austria Local Markets, jiemteiitiary for stealing; Jim Custard and however, that he Intends to have every of- was good favorite, though Stlgall and hi Below aro the ruling price for provisfriends backed the buck colt with wonderBerkeley each one year; Anderson fender arrested, John ful courage. After a good start, the hor- ions, Ac, in Stanford I JJeef roast, 8(2)10 Mules ready to be weaned are bring- ses gat down to their work, making a very cents; steak, 10c; bacon shoulder, 12a; Burnslde, 2yean; Willi Harris, for burcorn, Ides, 20o:hains, 20c; flour, glary, gets .'! years; Walker Warren, grand ing the largest prices ever known. An or- prelty rnce. fur about 200 yards, when Anlarceny,' 4 years. Hiram Johnson vs. T. J. dinary tine brings $50 or $G0; a good one, nie of Austria took tne lead coming home $1.60; meal, $1.25 per but.; oats, 60c; coffee. 121(20o . brown sugar, 10c; white, 12 an easy winner by 27 J lengths. A Crawford and others, suit for $10,000 dam- $76. Splendid prices are being paid for horso man from Crab Orchard. cents; lard, J8c., mulastex, 7680a; Irish false imprisonment, verdict for cattle and hogs. Corn is worth $2 ier bar- supposed (o be an agent of J. W. Guest, of ages for 60c. r bu,, sweet otaloes, $1.25; Iiolatoes, bbl., $2, eggs, 10c; salt by Johnson for $26. Threo youiijj attorneys rel, delivered. uanviue, ouereu juugo jucuiure l.',wu ART 8TCDIO soul-wan- ts be-lie- Ibp'done. My dear Ilubbcll wouldn't give down a cent of his corruption fund to aid the forlorn hopo of electing a republican in this district. Ho know whero ho could invest to a bet-tc- r advantage and lib wassensiblo in doing so. A million of dollars could not' ha v'o elected Bradley or any other Another consideration republican. also had its eflect in tho withdrawal. Jlradloy did not want to get beaten in his republican county by 500 majority. Thoso figures had been written on the wall by democrats, who meant what they said and Bradley know it. Wo hopo however that tho report that he will remove to Kansas is untrue. lie is a good man every way but politically and this section could illy spare him. In withdrawing after all his promises and solicitations, we he bos preached his own funeral as a politician and his only show now is to "open tho vein of radical blood that may course in his body," let it out and come back to the good old democratic party. The Laurel Circuit Court Is in session for Annie immediately after Ihe race, hut, were admitted, A C. Downs, Joe Lee, Jr. It Is needless to say, the oiler was Indlg and a colored member of the Ohio bar, J, thl week. nanlly refused. Next Monday ti Quarterly Courl. The C Newrom. Danvlllo may claim the dis"PRAISE THE LORD." docket in small and contains nothing of tinction of havlns; tho first KKORO LAWYER Cincinnati, Ohio, Sept. 2Cth, 1882. interest. Messrs. J. O. Carter and I U. Carter )Mf Afrrlflr . In this section. During Ihe absence of Our closing day In Indianapolis will Judge Owsley, Col. John Cowan has been have formed a partnership at this place for always be a "red letter" one in memory. acting as Special Judge. Dick Csrr, ar- the practice of law and sale of real estate. Not for Its blue sky and balmy breezes, but Th) biggest, the best and the cheapest for It holy spiritual blesslnc. Lowering rested for shooting Dick Mason, both colored, was discharged not the right man. stock of goods ever brought to Mt. Vernon and cloud laden above, sloppy mud under North-wester- n George Ilowsey, charged with are now being received by Jack AdJms A foot, and 4 comfortless wind, making an overcoat a necessity, is was discharged. Tho question was one of Bon. about all I can say of the weather. For Identity and George brought tho hog into Sells Brew.' show didn't get to London, the rest, at 7.30 A. m , Marie and I met our town and had him rteognited. (To appear bat If you will look in at Jack Adams A friends at the Union Depot to take the before the grand jury if nccewary.) The Son's you can see tho bos stock of goods in cars for I'lainfield, Hendricks county, fif teen mile out on the Terre Haute road. Itowseyg have been charged with many the mountains. At that place a Reformatory for boy I es Tho boy ull along the lino aro glad to lablished. A farm of 250 acre surrounds crimes, but never that H roguery before. In this, their first, they came out unsul- see Phil Soden back on his engine again. a cluster of siiltablo buildings, and 400 lied and it should go much to their credit The frelghf train haa been "on time" every boys till the Initial soil, and are taught a wholesome drill and kent shandy to indus as It Is so easy to prove a Ilowsey guilty of day this week. trious habits. The Superintendent, Msjor Is the prejudice against the anything, such Our depot agent, Mr. James Marct,has Charlton, I a noble christian gentleman, of family on account of their reputation for provided himself with a callgraph, an in' grand physique, whotc manly face doe lawlessness. Was the strumtnt which is a great improvement on ono goo, just to iook at. ine inapiain, Mr. Blake, is a slorious christian also.wlth the type-write- r. hull noztxo, a full knowledge )f the gospel, and serve Cold Winter will soon be here. For in tnis institution as a "labor ol love," not Or was Mr. William Hull not dozing? i..lnn iui That question helped materially to settle protection from It chilling blasts, provide i;miii L. Fnny, M'lil. ,I...a ..1..l..Afl if nil uitpc nulliaKC. an $3,000 law suit. Wm. Ball, sged 71 yourself with a nice warm overcoat at it Is not wonderful that a "clean sweep" of the boys wo made alter a gospel talk ol .hj years, was marriedseveralyearsago to Miss Jack Adams A Son's, or 40 minute. 325 confessed tho dear To protect your feet while tracking Name of Jesus, and the occasion was one Amanda Elder, aged 24 and'at his death left his property to his wife to the exclu- the festive rabbit through the snow of win of unmingted rejoicing. Gov. Porter, one sion of brother and sisters. Hence an at- ter, go to Jack Adams & Son and buy i of the noblest of christian gentlemen, sat on the platform, in company with hi love tempt to break the will on the grounds of pair of good heavy boots for $2. ly wife, and gavo the influence of his nres Mrs. Elizabeth Brook ha moved Into an... tn f I.& n.,..il n..l.A.1 incompetency and undue influence; claimfl.tw III..!?. ing ai to the former that the testator even rooms over the store of R. L. Brooks, burn and his noble lady, did on a former went to sleep, or was in a doze while Ihe Prof. Repperl'a family have moved into the occasion at the Frankfort penitentiary. The drill In leaving tho s;acious dispel was will was being written. It turns out that building lately occupied by Mrs. Brook. ono of the most iierfcct specimens of their Fall purchases Jack Adams marching I evcrsaw. old man, then about 85, dictated two In the draughts of the will after 9 o'clock at night A Son paid special atUntton to their cloth After a delightful dinner, with Mrs. and during tho writing of the latter, and ing department. Look at their goods and Charlton as hostess, we adjourned to an the writer was very alow, ho perhaps dozed bear their price before you buy your immense Quaker meeting in the village, where 2.00U iicople were assembled in the a little. The will was sustained. Miss Winter clothing. Their stock of over monster meeting-hous- e of the "Friends," Mary Mcltobtrts, of Nashville, has return coat is the biggest and best. to hear addresses from Gov. Porter and other on Prison Reform. We had the ed to Danville and fitted up an The Kentucky Central R. R. will soon QD 33VVX.JT-- .- ANNOUNCMENT 5 s $ rlS.: CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. IIuveJiiMt received si ..I... wry Int-R- e Mock of .. FALLHWINTERDRYGOODS, 3sroo?iozsrs, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. a n Ty-re- p ca This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found manv new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. SMALL FAKM FOR SALE. ONE HUNDRED ACRES fwl tlilc m, sluut Ilailnx inojr.1 to NlrholufllU. I will luy Ksrui, rootilnliig atoul sell 1CIOGIIVS JIOITNK! STixroau HraaiT "leI e. RrusrSiTpl sloul 3Usr Tin huu It In stokI rrtlr bihI contains 7 luumi, slw janlry, vivl-liouitlilern lre-lt.- it Uowrr pit, si st the dour; itnoke-liou- a, r, tenanl-bouimust Dw Urn, rom-crlAc, anJaf fiucfrult of tvrrr .tnrrl.lon as anjr una wanla: ailra, iwars.iitacbM. luiai,clier-rlr- s. grappa, tlatuBjnt, almost any Iblns: you war ralllur. Vlcntr nf alock waUr. fnilfhlof clx.l-bouaono mile frutu lilatktiulIU abop, two mllra from water will. Iilltrruiiijtlr liralilijr I'lire In IS Tears natrr tiaij fl ductora tbeilortora. Mlla. I jouto Im. T it. UlbM, II. M. I.lnntr, W. ll.llrnlry, aim tam Johntoo, who IIvmou tba flare, and Tliomaa Mrtoalf, btantorU. Addrraa J MUM viimMl.r, C7 Nlcliolailll, Ky. co In imsll jtrsln. On lbs DiDTtlle A ManbrJ Tike, from Danville. The U l In i of Ibst lo JOHN lullr. LANCASTER. .... KENTUCKY HtUl'ltlKTOK. T. IIK.'di.NS, A In tf try riRST - CLASS HOTEL particular, Tlipitrunjaot lha ihiUIo olid let. ami aatlafactlon fuirinlwd. (IMf) rlr lr WM. DAUGHEllTY ST,lM'(ltl, . Burmaoi to Dauchmr A Holmra, - KENTUCKY, or guard-hous- ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Nliiiiiorcl, Ky. MAxuracTuasrs Fine Carriages, Buggies, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Court-hous- Baggage Transferred Free of Charge AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF 99 I hare recently taken charge of this house u and intend to have accommodations. nrat-ol&- "Til KINDS. OO 33AHT1 C W33HT IIP TIIK VIA LOUISVILLE 0 NOUTII! t of all ilracrliitlons, craiojrln( onlr Irst-claa- a workman an. I ualnf onlf nril-clmalarial, ami aall at rtaaoualil Dgurra aljls, workintuahlpanil malarial ronild-- J. Ws manufacture Carriages Ill) MM. UAIJUIIKHTT. 01 3 & KENTUCKY MISSISSIPPI R. W. 3 CENT! ar ris R. H. T-O- DAILY TRAINS TUB KAHT AND NOUTII. . -- TIIK MOST DE3IKAULE llOUTG Louisvillo to Cincinnati! Vim Parlor Cars suJ N.w Dajr (Whei Without (.'bang's. CliVUIiVNAXi:! And ilrcldadlr th l"i.ular Itoula, adotJIng, u It dove, Iras changes and iuilor accoiuuiodalToni to Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Tho North. NortbwMt and Weal. In fact, If fou comeuii'lilea trip In anf direction, jour lutrrrat will lis UlnmJ I'lircbxlug jour tickets la K. C, and Cincinnati. JTraloa tack war 1: I'ull . man l'alare Ian; Urgaut New Par Cosines, and hamlioiuelr furnlihvd llecllulug Chair Can loriu Ihe uueualed iquliiiueula or llila Did Unliable, thertbr uiakiug s trip of er tale line one ol Usurious comfort sud lileaaure. Tr II. 4 DAILY TRAINS 4 Half-bree- liouinvillc to Nt. Hf.luj Cars 2 Loiiliiilllo Way Xioiii.s tr AND TIIK WK3T. and par Coailm to HI. Kouls Without Chango. DAILY TRAINS to Iiiilliuinpolla, AND TIIK NOUTII 2 Chicago, TIMK TAHLE, IN EtTEOf MAY II, Ull. No. i Booth. "HoTiT" I.ro. Cotlngton ' Falmouth. .. Coaches sod ltii'llnlnn Chair Csrs Through Without Change. 1'ur tVitnliliiuluM, Iliillliimro, l'lillmlrl jililit, ftuw lurk mill Hoatun, This Is tho Very llcat Uoutc, aa You I Cluunoof Trilu. Li. " lexlugton AH. WlncniaUr.. Mt. Hlerllug Arr. " Crutblans. " I'arla. J a 00 am 'J 45 p U 41 a 4 'id p I0W a in 5 '47 p II M a m O W ii VI 19 1 in 7 HO p I so 7 30 p 4 JO II u a vi p 8 10 . ui 7 20 Ii U' 12 8 03 i lu 1 10 in S SO p la in 7 40pw Hi u 111 in lists No " Aablaud . llunilugtou... IMlilu II a in a m u Numu. Lto. Huntington... No. a. No. I. 1 No. 6. n t u2 a giog-shop- s "At a ui Ashland- -.. 7 a lu lu 1 " Mt.bterllng. Uavo No Midnight Change I j Hi " Wluchtaler... It to p m 3 II a lu a a Hours I Adfsars of Arr. Lexlogtou .. .. i ia p m ArrUo st lit. DO Leilngtou,. .. i u 7 SO a ui Other Mara, Ihertbr securing more time lor Lre. I'arla. " 1 M p Hi 11 nuking change uf carl aud gelling Brit ibolc Orntblana...... 3 0 l 111 00 a " Falmouth.. .. 4 0 p 111 10 01 a lu 610 am ol acsla lu csrs uf counseling lloea. in Arr. Cuilngton A U p IU 11 41a in 120 a in MAYSVILI.K DIVIUION. To Indlanaiolls and Chicago, and Ihe ouljr Hare Through Da, Coschtson AIITrslaal .. IIUiui i Nam 03 a 33 43 9 Thliiu IUIUI lluogMug Its 4itruus the ihorcsolljko Michigan. Ac, ilde along ly to $1!; Mi. Tlrkvl AgenU of Coimrrlliiic l.liira, sildreaa For Tickets, llatea, Time, VT NMMajrsfllleUMpui No. II ' Mrivlll.3 43aiu. No. 15 I'arla 10 a in. " Uilinlon u niuT 1'arisi, Ui.7 JH2 n or Tralna No. I aud i run dalljr; all others dallr eiceptrJuudar. rjprclsl lUtu to Kuilgrsuts. Fur K. N. HMO WN. foulhcm I'aaauiger Agt.. tlcketa, rates and luloruatlou rtaluTngto llmo H. K. Cur, 4th and Malu bls.,l.ouUllle K'r. couuutloni, Ac , call vu or eJJiima . Illl.f tlf U. . Illl.qiNMi , H. T. NWIFT, AgL, Islington. W. II. bllATTUC, I If. Ueu, CIIAH. I.. BU1.1. (Snilnusll, lieu. I'aaa, Agt., lillOWN, (I I'. AT. A, 1. V. KUltJOUru'l Minster, I I I ' Friday Morning, Soptembor Celebrated RELIGIOUS. chain nnd auction pumpa for aile at W. T.GrcenV. Transylvania Presbytery (South) li In -Wantkii. Coitntry bacon, lard, butter, session at Terry ville. The meeting at Goshen still goea on crrs, potatoes, applta-- all klnda of produce. oonfra- Highest cash price paid. McAlliler A with unabated Interest. Forty-on- e 29, 1882 ilona to Thursday night. One of the most ilrlgM. Tun Illa 3 NEW FALL AND &0,, AT . WINTER STOCK SHOES. touching Incidents occurred on Tuesday exceedingly anxloua morning. Four persona a presented for yotl to ree hla new Wta. for membership whose ages aggregate I'Mwrgcr 10 a. M. They are the rery tiling you need. Krery .TOO " , J t f. M yean. They .were Mra. Margaret South....... pair warranted. McPhcraon, aged 81; Mra. Sarah Cook, 78; LOCAL NOTICES. Don't fall to aee this wees;' arrlral of C. Traylor, 73; Mn. C. Traylor, 71. When healing stoves, grntea.coal ruses, tones. ahoT' the hand of fellowship waa extended the Iluv I'AINTH of I'ennjr ft McAlister. els, coal hods.Ac , at W. II. HlgRlna' liefore whole congregation waa In Hamilton Htcel Mown At A. OwslfV tears. making your purchase. The Kentucky Conference of the I'lne oil painting Jul rcccirnl t AtHlajtjt'a. Owijmi to a miscalculation a few of our Northern Methodist Church, which haa Nkw stock of Jewelry mil rilWerwnrc t snbscrlliera had to be put off with a half been in session In Louisville, made the Tennjr A McAliiter's. following appointments for this, the LexIssue, and If they will excune lleautlftil line ol Intent box stationery, iheet of lint ington District i J. H.Taylor, Presiding ua wo will prom lo that It ihall not occur Rl MclloUrM ft HtajtRV Klder, Middleburg; Ilethel, V. T. Willis; KIn, School Ixxiksoml scliool supplies In genlluena Vista, 11. J, Perry; College Hill, eral at McltolxIrU A HUrhV Tun Court of Appeala haa reversed the W. D. Harnett; Columbia, to be supplied; Watch w, Clocks mil Jewelry repaired decision of the lower Court In the caae of Cumberland City, to be supplied; Danand warranted liy l'enny A McAlister. I' A 1.1. lot of KtlclrrV Ulioca Just recclr-e- d Hpragglni va. Itiifwll Ac., appealed from ville, K. II. ltlll; Harrodsburg, to be supthia county and haa ret the cane of (Jlren'a plied; Highland, J. M.Cook; mil for sale at J. II. AH. II. Hliankr. Lexington, Htankaiui Sheet Mimic, Vocal ami In- Ailmr. Ta. Shouae A Klnf, for Nor. 21. Win. McAfet; Middleburg, J. 0. Uruce; strumental, for 10 cent at IVnny ft J. T. IlAltma, at hla Meat and l'rorln-io- Ml. Vernon, to be supplied; NIcholaavllle, Store, will open the 1'ixli and Oyrter 8. W. Bhellon; Somerset, II. W. IUlley. IiAIKir stock of Window (Jlass, all alie. Double thick alasa for llawer pita. IVnnr market on the Hint Innt., and will aell LAND. STOCK AND CROP. ft McAlister. the beat at reasonable prices. lie also 0. J. Crow sold to Wakefield, Farria A to A. Owsley's for the Kentucky sella Ico and keepi tho Commercial Hotel, do drain Drill, tbe onlr reliable Drag Drill where every body la treated right. Call Allen, .1 broke nviles for In the market, M. O. Portman sold to Wakefield, Far-rl- a and see. . A Allen 1G broke mules at $155, J. II. A 8. II. Shanks are recelf Inu anil Next Mnnday ta county court day and opening a line line of fall anil winter Rood. Cd. Ware sold Tuesday a mixed lot Call and see tliem. while in town you can not spend your time of cows, heifers, Ac., averaging 030 Ihi., at better than by calling at J. W. Hayden'a $.1.23. "personal of -- Cot W. 0. Wkujii I In LoiilsTllle. store and examining hla large atockfine Fall 1 Foil Sai.k, Two pair nice work mules and Winter goods, ouinlirising and pair good work bones and a platform In on u Itr.v.J. A. Itont.K heavy loota and shoes, latest atylea of bats, spring wagon. Soc Owens. yesterday, underwear of all decrIptlons, Ac, Ac: in A. M. Feland sold to Tom Woodi two I.irtrr.-(lov- . Jah. K. Caktuili. wan fact anything you need. barren Short-horheifers for $150 and n here this week. Mil. J.W. IShownino, Itoad Manager of young bull to Mitchell, ol Doyle, for $50. Mn. T. K. llitWK, of Orlando, Kla., ! It. It. Orinsley, near Glencoe, has en1 1. A N. H. It , received the WsJlIng relatUe licrenliont. extension aa fat gaged to a Cincinnati firm 100 head ol Mins Amki.ia (Iiiwon, of Clay county, aa London yesterday and appointed J, L. Fagln Supervisor of that ort!on. , Vice hogs at $10.25 a hundred, to be delivered la tI.IiIhk M1m H.tllle dreen. Mm, O. J. Cnow left Yesterday on a l'rraldent, M. 11. Smith, den. Manager, In January. Dr. T. H. Montgomery sold to It. B. A dcFuntncand Supt. lto.vl Dcpt., W. II. business trip to Waco, Texan. K. P. Woods a yearling mule for $100 and McCIIntock went over tl road aa far aa Mm. YimiiNtA Tiiulhraut baa gone Williamsburg on horseback and found to John M. Hall 0 butcher cattle 2 at 4 to Tinit her sons In Texas and Kansas. cents, 3 at ileent and 1 at .1 cents. .miw. H. ii. UAl.l.ACr. lua Kone on a that the roadbed la rrady for track that far, Public sale of short born cattle, Oct. bridge masonry at Cumberland ia (!n The vlil to her borne folka at Porsythe, (Ja. lllb, by II.U.AK.P. Woods, and Col. MluJ. I). CilANtiLRn. of the l'lnc Uhed and ready for the bridge. C II. ltocheiter. For further particulars Hill Coal Company, called to rco ua yea. We take pleasure in the absence of our and catalogue address them at Stanford. terday. At Hill A Alcorn's saleon their farm Mit. anii Mih J, C. Hayk, Dr. Hucb editor'to publish them) kind wonts : "Mr Held and II. K. Wearen went to Loulsrillo W. P. Walton, editor of the Stanford Jourf near Shelby City Tuesday, cowa brought NA!., and one of the braveat and brightest $3050; cow and calf, $37.50; steer calves, Wednesday. HAliniaoN left Tuesday newspa;er men In tbe State, passed through $10; yearling steers, $30; 25 Cou weighing 1100 pounds, $5.01 perewt.; to join ber uncle (leo. O. IUrncV family the city list night for Cincinnati. "The Stanford InTEIltOll hay about $8 per ton. In Cincinnati. Collins Gentry bought for Lehman A Mil. J. W. WiirKLhox, of Kulutiks, JoviiNAt. in the hands of Col. Walton, la one of our beat subscribers, railed to roe perhajM the moat fearless and outsjiokeii Hro., of Haltlmore, mt John Holmes, 10 journal In Kentucky. Walton would tack cattle at G cents: of J. K. Hruce ua Wednesday. at half a minute's riO 1 st G cents and of Hen Mini Ilixi.u Iltxilimleft fur the eltle le a running Lexington Transcript. Kubanka l,we!gbingl5G7 lbs. at 5 cent; yesterday to lay In her Kail and Winter notice." atock of millinery. Two Younu Hucks of Marlon county, of Hill ANunnetley, 45 weighing 1,377 lbs. MUH I'ANTIirA McKinnry wtnt to Dick and Hill Soaggs, agetl 21 and 23 yean, at $5 87 cr cwt., and of James F. Beailey, Itlcbmond yratenlay to rllt her brother, after defying the law and terrorizing the of Garrard, 51 weighing 1,498 pounds at G cents. Mr. J. I.McKlnn-- y. good ecple of their county, went to IndiOn Wednesday, Jos. Coffey, Adair. L. Ml as Kva N. Cuckk, of Sotnerarllle, ana and hired to a farmer whom they kilt Trnn,, assistant Mutlo Teacher In tbe Fe- ed for hla money, getting $60. They then It. Jones, deed , sold the persona! property male CoIIckc, arrired a few daya ago. came back to Kentucky and uuarteied of decedent. A good crowd was present ltr.v. ami Mna. J. 8. Sims left last themselves on their grandfather, whom and things sold well. Cows, $25051; steer Tuesday for their new home at I'letulngs-bur- they gate to understand that he must fur- calves, $19; yearling ateera, $35; 2 year old taHtiR with them Ibo good wishes of nish them will) a certain sum of money; iteen,$!7; 13 feeder, averaging 1207 lb eTerybody. and aore that they intended to kilt three $5 41 per cwt; yearling colts, $G0 100; persons in the neighborhood. The old work mule, $105; corn In field, $1.91 per LOCAL MATTERS. man, through fear, promised tbe mon bbl; wheat, 81 cts. ;er bushel; hogs, (open No. 1 Steel How for $12, at W. T. r cwt. ey at a certain time. Hut the officers, who aowa), $G 30 dreenV. Cincinnati. Market for cattle is had beard of tho $1,000 reward offered for Mkai. $1 per bushel at McAlister A tlitm In Indiana, got on their track, sum steady and prices are about as follows: llrtghl'a. moned a posse and just at the time they Common to medium, $1.7503,75; good to Fish and ovstkim t J.T. Harris' We.1- - were to receive the money from their choice butclien, $404.76; extra, $5; fair to SOG.eO; stocken and nesdaya and Saturdaya. grandfather, closed in on them. The choice shippers, feeders, $3.7504 60. Hoos. Good bogs Higgina Soaggses were heavily armed and made a are in Lkavk your order with W. II. demand. Selected butchers and desperato resistance, but to no avail. Dick for stove repairs before cold weather. waa instantly killed by a shot in hit head, heavy shlppera bring $8.4008.80; fair to Tiled. Sewem, of Madison, who died re- and Hill, finding hla ammunition gone, sur- good packers, $7.7608.25; stock hogs, $6 cently, left an eatato valued at $175,000. rendered. Hill will bo taken to Indiana, 7.60. Tbe sheep market is active. Com mon to choice sell for $305.25; stock ewe-1- , where he wilt no doubt meet summary punFon IIkxt. The Jaa. N. Davis storeCom- $2 5003.50; slock wethers, $3.2504. ishment. house, till January lit. Apply to It. K. mon to extra lambs, $4 2500 25. MARRIAGES. Harrow, LINCOLN COUNTT. Thy "Alden'a Fruit Vinegar" best in Tate Ham. Mr. Scott Tate, son of Highland. was married list the world. Special discount In quantities, Sheriff Tate, of Pulaski, John Young, Sr., lost a mare worth week to Miss Desdcmona Ham, also of Pulor sale only by McAlliler A llrlght. $100 by snagging herself. John Spiers sold laski. Miss Mauy Maiisiiai., formerly of one mule colt for $10. John Smith and lien Ooble, tonsorlal barber shop Crab Orchard, was married last week, at artiata, bare opened afint-claaThe shingle mill of Marlow A Co. was at the St. Aaaph Hotel and aak the patron- Wellington, Kansas, to Mr. Kd. L. Hoser of burned on the night of the 23d. Also about ,. age of gentlemen. that place. belonging to I). A. Uaugh. 40,000 i Jones Stivers. Mr. F.Albert Jones, ltv I'Ali the largeat and moat brilliant Crab Orchard. Kingston, comet wo have ever seen waa visible In the a prosperous young merchant of Dr. Lewis has returned from Louis was married to Miss Jennie Stivers, of 1 o'clock until day cistern heavem from that place, Tuesday, and on Wednesday left ville greatly improved in health. this (Friday) morning. M. P. Hutchinson bought of H Hutch for Somerset, the home ol the groom. last Saturday, a combined horse for llASKKTatul twilled llanneli In blue and Kloi'ement. Mr. Allen Walnscott, inson, red and sstlne llannela for saopuca and of Cincinnati, and Miss Hattle King Uibb, $160. Those who attended the circus from llannela of of McKInney, eloped a few days sgo and waliti and plain this place last Friday said It was splendid all colon for dresse at J. W. Hayden'a. were married at the" Gibson House in that In every respect. city. The bride is the youngest daugh Nkaii tbe place that Hev. Gforgo O. The meeting is still progressing. Ten ter of Col. It. F. Hibb. Ilarnea held hla great Camp Meeting in penons were baptlxed last Sunday. Crowd DEATHS. the mountains of Kentucky a post ollice ed bouse every night. haa been established and In honor of him Nunnelley, The brief announcement There Is to be a wedding soon un named Hirneavllle. in our last issue of the death of Mn. Lula, Stanford street, so Madame Humor rava, FahmeiuwIII be later In sowing wheat wife of Anderson T. Nunnelley, and and we think she tells the truth this time. Sorry to hear the water has been so this year than usual, owing to tho dry daughter of Mr. Lee T. Yeager, ol Hoyle, weather and the greennesi of tho corn. carried sorrow to many loving hearts, for scarce In Stanford. Wish we could divide, Scarcely any has been sown In thii vicinity by ber amiability of disposition and kind- aa there has not a single well or spring ness of heart, she had made hersell a fa- failed In C. O. this Summer. Uring on the up to the present time. vorite with all who knew ber. Professing machine shops. Wk auk informed by Mr. J. D. Chand- Christianity at an early age, she united John Newliml has been duly sworn in ler that tho item In ourlait Mt. Vernon herself with the Haptlst denomination at as ton Marshal. He is thoroughly fitted letter, Baying that the Pine Hill Coal Co. Providence, and lived as she died, with the for tho Hwltion and will, it is believed, had auipended operations, la a mistake. glorious hope of everlasting llfo. It was make an officer aa brare aa our famous They Intend running till Jan. 1, next, at in that church that the itood just a year " Joe Jones.' leait. ago Wednesday, in all the beauty and pu Miss Klla Taylor, upon whom your Mil W. II. Munnem., of the Louisville rlty of her young life and took upon her types conferred the dignified title of Mn, Democrat rcipjesta ua to aay that there self the marriage vow, and it was in that last week, Is not a married lady, but'she ia will be a Ilarnea excursion from Loutivllle samo church that one day less than a year, handsome enough to cause almost any to Cincinnati next Sunday, starting at Oa. tho same minister (the Itev. J. M. Hruce), young man to want to make her Mrs. m. and returning at )MQ r. M. Hound fare who lepeated the ceremony, stood and Mr. Jas. T. Chadwlck haa returned $2; money sent at once to liim will secure paid the last trlbuto of respect to ber cold from a visit to his parents in Tennessee. seals. and lifeless body. It was a mournful oc- We know of one happy heart. Miss Kate C'Ai.Kn Rout, colored, was tried before casion made doubly so by these sad recolHays la on tbe tick lift. Mrs.B. A. Strode Judge Hrown yesterday for asaaultlog Ann lections. Hut 22 yean of age, she has is stty ill. Walter Saunden is getting Crow, also colored, and fined $25 and given been cut down just as she was entering the well. Frank DUIion is better. Will Hlg-gl25 days In jail. The circumstances in the stage of usefulness, casting a blight on the has so far regained his health as to case seem to be that Ann uied some abusive life of hint who had chosen her for his resume his business In Danville. Sam Joe language to Caleb, vliereuou be struck companion and leaving her sisters to mourn liurch has been very tick with convulber on the bead with a stick and knocked though they do so not as thosa without sions. M. 1'. Hutchinson and family, and ber down, Caleb, not being allowed to testhat Mrs. P. K. Parrish, with her two little tify, baa sworn out a writ against Ann, and hope. May they find consolation in says be can prove that alio tried to cut hint and strive to meet her in a world wbero daughters sent Sunday last with Doctor with an ax. The trial will bo held there Is no parting aud no pain. Her re- Doores, mains were interred in tbe Danville Ceme. Huston r Me. TilK Circuit Court now In aeailon at ISirtl Johnson Iwo tery, whither they were followed by a long Tbe iteam mill company has decided Richmond, haa given ayearsiu the peniteutiary for hone stealing; procession of mourning friends. to push forward its enterprise; will proba'Anderson Odborne, same oflense, tbreo bly locate on the Uradley lot. Notice! Notice I years; Henry Gilbert, same, two yean, and When we heard of the rallroid acci Tbe firm of G. Kline A Sou, Lumber one year. Frank Turner, for John Christopher, tried for murder, was Merchants, have no connection with tho dent of Sunday every body believed that Case of Thomas Sewell, for bankrupt "Cllne," but Isonoef the instituacquitted, Walton's "biler bad butted." Fur Doon, Sash, murder, waa continued. Doud Graves, who tions of Louisville. Mr. Jnu. Marshall, of Harrodsburg, shot Holla Hose about two weeks ago, was Winds, Lumber and Hardware, write them F.lghtccnlli and has rented property with a view to openindicted and tried at the present term and at Northwest corner of ing a confectionery business in this place sentenced to the penitentiary for 21 yean. Market streets, IMiisvllle, Ky. LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. I'xtkii IIahton la them-selve- lrlnNtlh....,.... n DRY S00DS,H0TIOBS.6ENTS'FURNISHIHSGO0DS,IATS,BOOTS, TrtrrrujEiis. LanRATES OH ALL RAlLROADSTOj Mc-Ho- Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as theJLowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Miss Sarah Curtis is making a protracted visit at Covington. J. H. Green li In Cincinnati on business. Soc Owens is pining for tbe soothing music of the Cumberland Falls. The wedding fever Is so contagious that even Dr. Hrown exhibits alarming symptoms. Married, on Wednesday evening at Mn. Margaret McCormack'a, Miss Maggie, daughter of the late Jas. K. McCormack, and Wm. W. Doran, of Hodgenville, Ky. As wai appropriate, after the late afflictions of the family, there were none present except near relatives and members of the household. Hrighl In their youthful besil ty and hopefulness the welded pair left on Hi u rod sy for their home in Larue county. Sam Williams haa fairly thrown up the siionge. A short time since ho ven tured to church and the preacher deliver ed n homily on the Prodigal Son. Tbe next Sunday he attended another church aud the subject waa the Prodigal Son. He changed hla base again and heard for the third time the Prodigal Son. In desperation be quit going to church and leads the daily papers. And now the Enquirer hat hit him again with Talmage on the P. H. Sam cays he has determined to freeze to ids father. ' Hy the way, In this particular locality we had an alt absorbing novelty of our own. The Presbytery of Transylvania made a descent upon ua on Thursday, an event which taxed the memory of the oldest inhabitant to recall a precedent. Now In a place like oun a Trcibylery excites almost aa much interest as docs the advent of a circus or a game of base ball in a town like Stanford. We generally behaved pretty well, however, and had a very pleasant experience. There was some exceedingly able preaching by Revs. Eddy, McMillan, Martin and McKee. Very little, business of general interest came before the liody. The old ecclesiastical bitterness which seems to have been inhaled with the sulphureous atmosphere of the late great conflict, seems to be passing away. Politicians, and especially soldiers who followed their respective banners in the strife, have set a glorious example in this thing; and It is to be hoped that even christians may ere long discover that the Bible strongly hints at tbe propriety of harmony among the followers of the meek and lowly One. Well, glad to see that the Interior Journal passed through the ordeal of a steam press without diminishing its vitali ty. In factitseema to ruffle its feathera more boldly, and dress its plumes more gaily, aa if aware that it had cast off the shell of an imperfect existence wherein it was "cabined, cribbed and cloe confined," and emerged into a wider sphere with expanded lowers and nobler aspirations. Let me shout long life to It then, as I toss my battered beaver in the air. In its infancy, you, Mr. Editor, fondled the bantling with paternal tenderness. You guided Its way ward youth with a father's solicitude, yet with a father's hopefulness. You doubt-les- s look upon its maturing manhood's strength with the full gushing of a father's pride in the promise exhibited in this lively progeny. May it long prove an ornament to the place of its birth, and an honor and a comfort to its venerable pro genitor. He bo charitable, however, as to spare your modest correspondents. We (I speak for the entire band) were startled by the announcement made last week that you wero making a change of programme that the day of old things had passed away that mind whose maiveloua triumphs had relieved poor tolling muscle of so many burdens must celebrate its victo ries and add toils glory by emancipating the perspiring brow of the ebon Hercules from the wearying crank in the Journal'h press room. We could see tlie propriety of all this; but then we couldn't write by steam. Tyros in composition, novices in art, behind this rushing sge In science, we felt that we were left like the hat of the unwa ry passenger who thrusts his head from the window of a flying train. Give us time, we pray you, and mayhap when we shall have become more familiar with the new regime, and accustomed to the fiery breath of the engtne and the dizzying rapidity of the wheels wo may be able to collect our thoughts and relate in homely phrase the events of the passing hour. -d to-d- .jppaREDUCED McAI-Ister- n " js . a XMPTliiTnifcT Miaa n rl TH f iI H lsaTl ,lafcasalMsfciliia.iiiBf.aaWiafciaBlWiMPassJ, rVafcaffTFai fcltV J 'BIBBV)fHMBBBHB "lt dnpd n a certain republican paper in the district CASEY COUIITY. Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! Mr. W. O. Hradley'a withdraws! from Congressional race was a great surprise the I ofler for sila prlrstelf my fsrinof 375 seres to this community and gave rise to a num- on DIxlllTer. i miles East ol HUafonl, wilhln a half rnllfl oflbenew turnpike now Iwlaacon-Iruclber of conjectures as to hla reasons. Home Ism selling Ilia I.AUUEI. COUNTY COAL for Iroui BUnfonl to I'rMCheriTllle. An exfrom tho dwelling tho pike, think it was because the triggers were set to cellent dlrl-ros-sre brick and frame, withto 10 rooms. McAlister, Ilocker A Co. I'srltes wishing to luy nullillnsra carry this county for Thompson; others, Well wsteml with one springs, soineol them meI-le- al wster. IniprotemenU nrst-elaIncluding will do well to see mo lt)r purchasing. Respectthat being a sensible man, his stomach was Ike fencing. Terms lltiersl. Aditren or eslt on fully, A. T. MINNELLET. MltN.NAItAIICOOK, turned hy the quality of taffy given him by 73- -1 m Btanlonl. Lincoln county Ky. 1 OOALI Liberty. MAimiED. R. J. Haldock to Lucy Sweeney; J. II. Goodc to Mary A. Clem- PENNY & McALISTER DKALKS ents. John II. Hargcr, one of our oldest and most respected citizens, died of typhoid fever Monday. Our Master Comr. sold last Monday 140 acres, of estate of E.Allen, deed., to Dick Allen for 1405; 70 acres, of Cornelius Napier estate, to P. W. Napier for $50; 75 acres to satisfy debts of J. W. Adams, to A. A. Wolford at $5 50 per acre. MEW AIIVKKTISKMK.Un. double-cs- sa LOST On show diy, a sllrer chain. sllrer Watch, with I will lot Its return 10 me. Ji hn Jones, EUIiburg, sey county, Ky. IK DRUGS, B0 OKS, STATIONEKY& FANCY ARTICLE S. rbystclans' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a speclslty. cat-ti- e, 1623-poun- d H. Stanford, A Splendid C. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall and Winter Goods, saw-mi- MIsKCIKAiW TAIIiOR, Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that he has received li lire Ca- g, cry. From Dinwiddle' itftlita In Stanford, on Frldir. hands September ifl, a llevjt high, 8 years old, blind In lelt eye and rides well I will rewsrd auy one returning him to me or Information which will lesd to his recoT- - ST XjiDES 1ST ! lluv i!orse,IS Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. O FOBSALE! MM Mmm mLWmmit AUUlt: HO VAI.TY, Mlddleburg.Ky. - HANDSOME KESIDEXCES. TlitsiXcir Mill, containing the IiWchI nutl Ilaelnc determined to locale nr fsmllr In Lex ington. Kr.. I will olhr for tile to the hhitieit bid der, oo MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For mniiiisuctiirliif: meal nutl Hour, In noir In full operation. will griml Tor customer, Tor the present, on Tuemlay, TIinrHiiiij', Friday mill Sudirilny of each AreeU, ami on Coiirt-Dayami nil other public diiyH. We Holielt a liberal Hhuru or patronage ami Mill endeavor to give entire rmtlhfhctioii. IVo AVetl-neHiInN $-- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1882, s all the best located Six Ilsndsomo property In Stanford, three or them nearly new, and slloftheiu will luiprored. They aro now occupied by IS. U. Alford, K. J. Anthony, Uoy Stewart, Dr. Wilson, Ueo. II, Uruce and myself. cssb; tialauce In equsl payTxsus: Une-thlments, one sad two years; C percent. Interest from date. Sale will commence st 10 o'clock a. u, at residence of Ueo. II. llruce. Silo pollute, and W. UIIAIU. don't you target It. ntOI'E.SSIOXAL. y, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstwif, &c, Alwiiyti on himtl ami for Mile. HIkiichI ciinIi price paiil Tor Corn, Wheat, Ac. Order left at Mill promptly attended to. t. vr. vaaxoN. W.E VAIINON, ATTUltNUVH .A.T X.A-"V- , T. W. & vriLLacic k. vabson. McAXflSTJBlC & SAIJLKK. Offlcs In Owsley KY. STAHTOHD, i. Son's new building up stairs. a n. C. feAUPPMAW, AXTOHNEV A.'t T,A."V, LANCASTER, KY. Maiter Commissioner sod Countr Attorney. Will practice In all the Courts of Otrrard and adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. B. K. WEAREN, - AND - sbii-Kle- ALEX. ANDERSON. JLiA-W- , DANVILLE, KY., Will practlco In the Courts of Borla and adlolnlng counties and In tbe Court of Appeals. ATTOItNEV A.T MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full Line of riSKT COUNTY, LIUEUTV, KY. Will nriellre In mil tha Court! of CSur and ad joining counties, and In the Court of Appetls. opecisi attention given to collections, umce orer U. T. l'lerce's store. MA8TEH80N PEYTON, A.T'JL'OllN.lavVOR A'X' IA.AV, AMD KXAUINIf X Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap reaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. Beds, Bu- , Dll. J. Q. OAItrENTEB. KENTUCKY STANFORD. Office orer Ilobt. 8. Lytlo't store. Office hours from S to ty, and 7 to V r. . I also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. J. J. WILSON. Office and Residence, STANFORD, KY, Upper Main St. Im Shelf HL jm 8TJ110 33O1V LEE P. HUFFMAN, STANFORD, KY. DENTIST, 'eace-maker,- Office South aids Main Btrct, two doors abote the Ujer. Hotel. Furs Nitrous Oilde Oss administered when re Lancaster. quired. Elder Munnell, State Evangelist of the It. O. MO It Q AN, D. D. B Christian church, is assisting Elder Lowber in a protracted meeting. Will be In Stanford one week month, from first Monday. Dental rooms Hesides the regular marshal the town of each Asaph ilotel, oter McA'Ister A llrlgtil'a. In St. month weeks authorities have employed Frank Stegar as (Se slgn.IAt Lancaster threerooms Inof each House. Mason from third Monday. Dental night . watchman. He is always on tbe toes sign. J rure nitrous oxm gas auiuuu.vrou tfi tf and catches with a great deal when necessary. GARRARD COUNTT. m Mmm Hardware, Iron, DBAIiEB IN SWnT DBNTIHT, HOItNK SllOKN, llOll.SU MIOK NA1LN, Ciit Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, CORN SHEI.LERS, lookout up of meanness. ComThe Republican Congressional mittee for this district met here Wednesday to nominate a man in Mr. Uradley'i ttead, but adjourned without effecting it, to meet In Danville, Oct. 0th. as E. II. BURNSIDE, If Austin is hung in the it is now expected he will be, It will have a good effect on the thieving population. This Old and Woll - Known A negro would rather go to the penitentiaHotol Still Maintains ry for life than stay in the neighborhood of High AUD the all after the execution. A man by tho name of Sebastiau, from Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country tbe lower Paint Lick country, got too much Hotel in the State in its Fare, "Cat East" aboard and fired off hit "pop" as Appointments, or Attenhe passed through the suburb known as tion to Comfort of Logsntowu. Geo. Hardin, our new mar their Quests. shal, happened to be in that part of town and arrested him, but had to club Sebas- Haaicaie will bs coatsjed tu sad froai tkedepat free ufcbaris. hptrlal aeeonnnodatlaaa ts lo('ONuircltl1ratUrs. Tks liar Mill bs tian severely to keep him from shooting him alnata ttlied iltk tks ckoleeat before he got him to jail. breads ufLliisors sad Clears, MYERS HOTEL, Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, jail-yar- STANFORD. KY. Propr. imputation, its StoveSsTinwarej Fruit Jars Groceries, eSalt, Lime, QUEENS WAHE, GLASSWARE, Comont, &o. Also THE CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, And tho GENUINE OLIYEU ClIULXiEllri.OW. 1U, Kone claim a better Plow, but hope to have KD,, UUUO UU SUUIt UUUVO. aa equal, Roofing, Outter- - DAVID 8KINNEK, BlsnHm' mlMuh)$hxmmn Friday Morning, Septombor 29, 188? ! jtKADLY imuas. X Chnpttr oh ltten$ nmf Toliinrrr. In Great Dritain ioiaon lifts bcoa rather an aristocratic method of crime Dr. rritchanl, of Olwgow, doecil lib wifo to death with tartar emetic, rainier of Itngby, ttm highly successful in removing his victims with strychnine Tho most rcmnrknblo cose, hcrwoYcr, among tho British gentry was that ot Copt. Doncllan, which, indeed, licnrs n closo parallel with tho recent tragedy. Doncllan poisoned his brother-in-la(jo did Lamson, and in each instanco tho death ot tho victim brought an inheritance to tho wives of tho murderer. Lamson's victim (Percy John; was nn invtilidlyoHth of 10. Donellnn's victim Boughton) was an invalid oT21. Both prisoners wcro nbly defended and had sufficient medical testimony to liavo insured an acquittal had Uioybcen tried in this city. British' juries, however, aro not so lenient as American. Tho poison administered by each was original and henco admitted of many points of dofenso. Doncllan used lanrol water which ho procured by means of n Mnall still which ho kept in his room, .tho leaves having been obtained from a troo in tho garden. Bio secretly substituted tho potion for tho medicines which tho patient took, and tho latter at onco noticed tho difference in taste. In less than half an hour ho was dead. It was noticed that Doncllnn emptied tho bottlo and washed it, also tho tumbler which had been used. Suspicion nroso soon after interment and tho corpso was exhumed and examined. Tho famous physician, Sir John Blunter, was n witness defense, and his testimony Wftsjso favorablo that, on reading it, I was satisfied that on American jury would havo acquitted tho prisoner. Tho latter, however, was convicted and hanged in nino days. Ono of tho most striking proofs of his guilt was tho fact that after his death a volnmo of tho philosophical transactions was found in his room, several of tho pages being cut out. On comparing this book with other copies, it was fonnd that tho missing pagesTpontiincd "directions for distilling laurel. After tho lnpso of a century tho Doncllan caso finds a parallel in that of Lamson, and thus deep calleth unto deep in tho chronicles of crime, Arscnio poison has been tho moro common method, and (in this country nt least)' thero aro many cases on record. Tho present JJulloy trial brings beforo tho public a long and tedious testimony on this point, and though tho prisoners may bo acquitted, public opinion will no doubt prononnco them guilty. Ono of UioMcading authorities on poison is Orfila, whoso works wcro onoo brought into a Now York court to elucidato soma Ho was a points in a murder trial. famous Parisian medical lecturer and his treatise on ..poisons has never been equaled. ' It was Baid of this work by an An JnttrttHng for--th- A pretty story is told of .tho late Ozar Mr. Bmith stood behind tho counter Tlicroid it good story which illnslratcs Uio odvatitAgo of being skilled in readt his drag storo and gated complacent- tea, who, os is well known, was ft most ing faces. An Englishman who could ly at his clerk. It was atxrat .9 o'clock faithful wife, in spttti of tho harsh treatment and neglect of speak no langnago but his own lioaatoil at night, and tho littlo Moro, which was established at Cherry and Itooscvclt tho Czar, and a wise and dovotcd mother that ho had traveled through Europo without a courier, and had not lecn street, A. D. 17P5, was wrapped in Although a strict observer of tho rule of cheated ono farthing. Ho was n good eilcncc, Tho door oponod, and a young tho Greek church, sho always opposed physiognomist, and filled his pockets man with an ingenuous faco camo in and tho tondenoy to siihstltuto forms and with tho small coins of tho country in smiled, and said : " Mrs. Kinney wanta ascetic ceremonies in religion in placo y r which ho was traveling. Whenovcr a bottlo of oil, an' I'm to tako of truo feeling and domestio ovcry-daduty. called to mako n payment to n mar, ho it to once," would begin by sl6wly dropping into tho " Who's Mrs. Kinney, and whero'a tho Whilo visiting tho Smolnojo for Girls, man's hand several of theso coins, look monoy?" asked Mr. Smith, rolling up Bomo years ago, tho Empress, during tho examination of tho pupils, suddenly ing him keenly in Uioiacc Tho mo tho bottle " Why, don't yon know Mrs. Kinnoy ? asked, "What is love?" ment ho saw by tho gloaming ot tho cyo, Tho young ladies blushed, as though or twitching of tho month, that ho had Bho lives down on tho corner below. dropped tho amount of tho bill, ho Sholl pay you remarked an improper question had been proposed, becamo greatly confused, and stopped. tho young man. " That's all right," di- A cotton speculator who onco paid n "Oh, no, it ain't," said tho druggist. wcro silent' Mmo. Lcontioff, tho fco Bovcral times greater than his lawyer "My clerk will deliver tho bottle, and rectress, kneeling, begged leavo to state to her Majesty that all knowlcdgo of expected was not so shrowd a man. you can show tho way." Soon after tho fall of Vicksbnrg, ho Tho young man said ho was agreeable, this dangerous subject was prohibited by her, and that, in all probability, tho involved with tho authorities, who and tho two set out into tho night. charged him with fraud. His cotton, Mr. Smith stood at caso behind tho pupils did not oven know tho meaning of tho word. which was worth a largo sum of monoy, counter and looked at tho eight-da- y Tho Czarina frowned. "So far from being seized, ho sought tho aid of Mr. clock. Tho door opened, and another Gcigcr, an influential Ohio lawyer, then young man camo in and smiled. Mr. being n dangerous subject, madamo," visiting tho city. Smith looked at him inquiringly. Tho alio said, "love should bo tho pure Tho lawyer in ono day satisfied tho young man waltzed around tho stovo mainspring ot a woman's lifo ; first, lovo authorities that thero was no fraud, and whistling "Tho Sweet Sixteen." Then for her parents ; Uicn, lovo for hor hmf secured tho rclcaso of tho cotton. Tho ho picked up a chair, and, clasping it in band ; lastly, lovo for her children ; and If your pupils speculator was gratified, and informed his arms as ho would his partner, waltzed lovo for God, always. Mr. Ooigcr that ho .would sco him tho around tho stovo again, and then out havo not learned this, they aro badly prepared for tho duties of life," next morning after ho hod finished load- into tho chilly night, Tho Empress left tho institute, and ing his cotton on a steamboat. "Police I" said Mr. Smith, vaulting Tho lawyer retired, but not to sleep. over Uio counter. Ho chased tho young tho noxt day Madamo Leonticff was as incompetent by tho Imperial no was debating with himself what ho man through tho dark and chilly night, should chargo his client. Tho amount and laid hold of tho chair. Tho young Ministry ot Education. In American society tho mention of involved was largo, tho speculator would man held on, still smiling and waltzing. is too often received by young girls mako a handsomo fortune, ami Gcigcr At this momont a litho yonug man lovo thought that 8500 would not bo an un without a smilo slid into tho store, emp- with a blush and a giggle, which betrays Iho narrow and vulgar meaning which reasonable fee for Ids services. But in tied tho money-drawe- r, nnd slid out they attach to tho word. It is to them tho morning tho sum seemed so great again. Tho Bmiling yonng man simply a flirtation with somo young for ono day's work that ho feared to tho chair to Mr. Smith, who which may or may not end in a ask it entered tho store just as his clerk re- man, marriage. In this framo of mind, whilo walking turned. Then ho found that his monov It is tho fault ot their mothers if thoy toward the steamer which was to carry had taken wing, and said to tho olerk aro not taught to know and respect that off tho cotton, ho mot tho speculator. "Did you find Mrs. Kiunoy ?" divino quality of devotion and "Well, Mr. Gcigcr, that was a good " Thero isn't any," was tho roply. which alono can cnnoblo n woman's day's work you did for mo yesterday," " Havo you got tho bottlo ?" life, and which, whether it is given to said tho client, taking from his pocket a " Yes, Havo you got tho chair ?" child largo roll of bank notes. " Yes. Let's shut up for tho night I parent, her or lover, makes her moro akin to Master. Holding up ono knee, ho thereon 2?cw York Sun. If wo wcro asked for a typical picture counted oil four $500 bills, and, without looking up at tho lawyer, asked, "Is SUE CLOCK SAID HIS TIME HAD ot lovo in tho present time, wo should choose, not a pretty littlo girl sitting by COHE. that enough ?" Gcigcr looked on speechless for a The door bell of a Portland physician a mustached youth in tho moonlight, moment, but recovering himself said, rang violently about midnight, and th but Mary Dillor standing by her helpless on tho burning deck of tho with tho habitual coolness of a lawyer : doctor, putting his mouth to tho speak- father Sowanhaka, tho flames wrapping her liko ' I guess you had better lay on an- ing tube, asked what was wanted. other I" " I must seo yon right away," replied a garment, and burning her eyes blind. Youth' Companion, voice, It was laid on, and Geigcr, putting cod-livebo-ca-- rim r.Airrrn:i rrtx r a nnraatvr aiii:xtvjik i( n i.urn, HAMvr.i. ,tonxnonn pexasck. During tho last visit which Dr. Johnson mado to Lichfield tho friends with whom ho was staying missed hint ono morning at tho breakfast table. On Inquiring alter him of tho eorvants they understood ho had set off from Lichfield at a very early hour, without mentioning to any of tho family whither ho won going. Tho day papscd without tho ro turn ot tho Illustrious guest, and tho party legan to bo very unoaay on his account, when, just Iwforo tho nnppor-hou- r, tho door opened and tho Doctor ktalkcd into tho room. A solemn ftilonco of a few minutes ciiined, nolwdy inquiring tho causo of his nWnco, which was at length rcliovcd by Johnson addressing tho lady of tho houso in tho following manner : Madam, I brg your pardon for tho abruptness of my departure from your houso this morning, but I was constrained to it by my conscience. Fifty years ago, madam, on .this day, I breach of filial piety, which has over sinco lain heavy on my mind, aud has not till this day been expiated. My father, you recollect, was a bookseller, and had long been in tho habit of attending market, and opening a stall for tho salo ot his books during that day. Confined to his bed by iudisposi-tioho requested mo. this timo fifty years ago, to visit tho market and attend Uio stall in his place. But, madam, my prido prevented mo from doing my duty and I gave my father a refusal. To do away tho sin of this disobedience, I this o to day went iu a , and, going into tho market at tho timo of liigh business, uncovered my head and stood with it bare an hour beforo tho stall which my father hail formerly used, exposed to tho sneers of the passers-b- y and tho inclomcncy ot tho weather ; a penauco by which, I trust, I havo propitiated Heaven for this only instance, I of contumacy toward my believe, father." HoswclVt Johnson. A n, post-chais- Stanford Female College. NTANFOim, KY. With Cllt'liril IIIIIICTOIIT. UflltTII ll.w I u ttfu, morning em, mini. Meetlngi Thnralay till lite. Monday School at 00 A. M. 1 H. Clin", superintendent. The Woman' Mlealonary Hoclety rnreta here on the Itl tfundy In each month, at 1 o'clock. Mr. T. T, P1" lor, prrfirrerTrTynun'iar I.,. a Full Corps of Teachers, ALL. TIIK BHANCIIKft llarlrw, I'reeldenl. ar. J. M. Tlilllmtllnllon wllloprn III Thirteenth Keenlon HAITIHT.-lt- tnd Kourlhileuo, i'ator. JteMlre Himdaye, morning and oalheJd Monday In Beplmtr netU night. Prayer Meeting etery Wrdnenlay afternoon. Hunday School at .I0 a. M. It. K. Harrow OF A Superintendent. IIHIrtTIAN THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUnSE An taught, M an well aa MU8IC. TUB IiANUUAUKB. DHAW. INO AND I'AINTINO. Worth I p hf In roiHtrgallon ery LoM't day. I'mchlng by ir J. W, Oj Third Iord' day. Fundty Hchool I lUveranee. Munerlntendent. KOUTII - Iter I 8. McHT. milMIIYTKItiArf, 0. John W. Nunday Hchool at 1. ror, pator uiiiou I ipvr niiHun Itoui, neiieiim'i"irin. Wednesday nlghlt, tint and a IV Ja.. TERMS MODERATE. In Tuition, prlrre raone from left to (V) In lh regular Deparlnienu, I'rltnary, I'Mj Intermedial! Ill); rreparatojy, 140, and Collegiate, KO. For full particular, to Floera, Ar , tddrtei ItKN. N. '. THUKIIKAKI-- . Mao ford, Lincoln Co,. Ky OPERA HOUSE. hTANUHll), KY W. P. WALTON, - Proprlotor. I'rlrirlml, Hlie of Bluer, llM. KIhlrort del tela ot fernery Keating capacity, Inrludlnc gallery, COD, Lddrre iiramnamo raire io kowi aiiraetiinf. a abo?e. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Tesas Pacific STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, IlKltJT HT .BTANKOIIU, KY., Railway. Orilll-EIH aWZizF 1 8, 1 WINE, In effect Aug I., Ids. CINCINNATI MWrilKltN DIVISION. I l'ayi Arm . .. STATIONS. IU. A.M U?l .A. 33 IX. 231 IlklLKIN Monumenla, P.. Lie. Cincinnati.-- .. ' (leorgetown.M., Point Huruildo IUickwoot ....... " Untlng City .... Arr. viiaiianoega 11 ' Islington .... " Nlcholaatllle.... High llridte... " lnmllle.. 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Connecting direct In Prnn. do wiuskeus maxirr a sideMAX'S I'OSITIOX. A communication from Korwalk, Ohio, presented at n meeting of tho Limo Kiln Club stated that tho colored population of that city wero very much agitated over tho question : " Do sido whiskers dignify a colored man's position in lifo ?' Thrco dogs had. been poisoned, two windows smashed in and tho lives of throo men hod been threatened, and yet tho question had not been settled. A publio meeting had been called, and it was hoped that Brother Gardner would bo present and throw his inflnenco ono way English physician 'that mln'o ,'of "it is a vast ' experimental observation on the' varied symptoms of poisoning, or tho appearanco which poisons create on the dead body, and on tho means of detection." Orfila was a frequent writer on poison cases, tho most rcmarkablo of which was that of Qount Bocarmo in 1850, and which created an intenso interest throughout Europe, Bocarmo poisoned his victim with nicotine, tho no experiessential oil of tobacco, mented on birds and on animals to ascertain tho strength of tho poison, and their dead bodies wero dug up and increased tho damaging testimony. Ho was convicted and only escaped tho guillotino by committing suicide. It may. now bo said as tho direct conclusions of ecieueo that no poison can bo given which will not leavo an inevitable proof in tho very body ot tho victim, and tho latter thus becomes tho most dangerous with men in tho caso. for instance, is readily identified, as may bo learned from tho Molley trial. Strychnine roveala itself iu tho rigor mortal (as it is termed) or rigidity of tho corpse. Prussia acid tells its talo in tho condition ot tho blood, and henco thero can bo no concealment in such cases-Thcapital convictions in this country includo cases of strychnine, arsonio and aconite and "between thorn both laurel water (which is of tho samo naturo with prusdo acid) also revealed itself and aidetl niaotihe.V Henco it appears that poisoning is dangerous business. Afcw York lftter. o, o or tho other. Ho stated in reply that ho could not go, nor could ho furnish cither sido any advico by letter. Ho had seen colored men with sido whiskers who inspired him with awe. Ho had seen others who reminded him of Darwin's theory. Thero was dignity in any sort of whisker, but what was the uso of dignity it a o man hod to wipo his nose on a and button his Sunday coat with a shinglo nail ? It was a local affair and must bo settled among themselves. vest-bucld- "I have littlo about mo, but that littlo wo will share," said a Dublin Queen's Counsel to an ugly customer who, with a menacing air, asked for alms at night in a lonely suburb. "This revolver," said tho Q. O., as ho drew it from his pocket, "has six chambers. I will givo you throo" Just then tho Q. O. found himself alone. TUB CZOVD OfEll 11AXIEL FA UK. On thrf 7th of March, 1850, Webster delivered in tho Scnato of tho United States a speech (on tho relations of slavery to tho Union) tho effect of which upon his own chances of famo has been, up to tho present moment, in the highest degree unfavorable. That speech turned against tho orator nearly tho wholo forco of tho particular literary modo then rapidly caiuincr tho ascendant in this country. Tho timo since then has been an era of sontimcntalism in as it has been an era of scntiment-alisin politics and religion. Webster has been judged according to tho fashion of such on era. Thero will succeed a different era, having different canous of judgment, and Webster will lo judged differently. Tho pendulum already commences its return toward tho oppewita extreme of oscillation. This, honevcr, is anticipation, and wo now deal with retrospect, Tho tido ot political opinion, held for a timo from obblng by tho almost solo contrary attraction of Webster's own example and inlluenco whilo ho yet lived, receded with precipitate rapidity alter his death, ami left tho great uuih-- oi ins name, it well might seem, a wreck on tho strand. Tho re action against Webster in popular regard resulting from this celebrated Biicech found Dowerful and beautiful expression iu ouo of Mr. Whittier's uncut oems, a pioco siguitlcantly entitled "Ichabodl" Sinco then, in a published poeni on Webster, Mr. Whit-tie- r has evinced soma disposition to his earlier branding lyrio of dls- praibo. J,', O. WiUcinton, in. the (Xnturv, WEB-STEliter-aturo, m uu-wri- , KEVltALOIA AH A WAllMXO." tM London medical journuls declares thai tho great provaleuco of neuralgia or what commouly goes by that nameshould bo regarded as a warning indicative of a low condition of health, which must necessarily render its subjects peculiarly susceptiblo to tho iiivasion of diseased of an aggessive typo. It is alwoys essential that tho vital forces should bo vigorous, und tho ncrvo power especially fa full develop. meat; but neuralgia indicates a lower depressed stato of vitality o poor and weuksteto and should bo promptly placed under treatment, Ono, of t Bon Toouim says ho novcr smoked a lgary,thoHgh he has chewed their ends for tweutyfivo years. Anouh McDonald, whoso head was uliot ofl Us oap at tho battlo of caji was shot off tho head of tho battlo of Waterloo Or.wJlHJ . wottlo was shot off hliBulcrloo fit tho" head of his cap or lie's dead, anyhow, at rheo eap-rwtho ago of 100 years. Xbrrlttown Jlir- ell, 11 taken a defer man to conceal from oilier what lie dtWt know. Tub janitor of tho Kansas Stato Capitol has occupied his position ever sinco tho admission ot tho State, tweuty-ouyearn ago. o h'oitb-ESomo timo sinco tho director of tho Corner of Main nJ Third StrwU, museum was granted leavo to provido - - KENTUCKl DANVILLE. himself with apparatus and chemicals in order that ho might mako somo experiHlllnt rrrrntlr reSttnl vJ mom with all of lb tuwltrnluiprJTewtnu, loo bar tb ments for tho benefit of tho club. Being called upon to report progress, ho Finest (lallery In Central Kentucky! now camo forward with his first experiment When you lillt Danrllle, don't lall to call and rw llMiMlfull, Taking up an egg, ho explained its pro- me. Ml-EIiWAKD II I'UX, portions ot limo, albumen and sugar, PhetocrapberXr. Ueolofltal Surrey and broko it into a tin dish. Ho then poured in a gill of whisky, and explained SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL that wldsky was tho juico of corn and thotroublo?J' was principally used to tono up tho sys"Tho troublol" roplied tho man; tem, prevent baldness, euro lockjaw and " trouble enough I You see, Doctor, wo produce pleasant dreams. Ho grated in clock that has a littlo nutmeg, and explained that tho own on for years. It nuts culdn't grow in this country on stood on our mantcl-piochas not been touched in all that time. account of tho weather fooling around Its works aro dusty and its caso defaced so much. Milk was added without com- TH ! MlnFul InflAinlnilorv alf- by time. Would you boliovo it, Doctor, ment, and tho mixture well shaken and ..m-ri i. ot aaj oUr icnalnlr after I had retired that is, my Mured out in a tumbler and handed to painful diMii by quirting the Dlti It Immeiliata liif. wife and I all at onco that old clock Brother Gardner. Ho gulped it all down or It AalbnlB. alrrlrw Heart. NliorturM started np and struck tho hour of 12. with evident relish, and remarked that jnimevlilltlr not like uf nrrntli. '' llmrmW"t tmdi t rnrct. riouli loiprtiifr IWfr Of course, Doctor, that meant my timo ho should hereafter encourago chemistry !J Hun rare fur ItltrSKrHf IrojatlM- - Aniwlllr" farMTItUMi Itlllkat. had come, or a warning that I must soon with all his might UmoKiln Club. Tit t'urnlllXIUIIirl IU.I- -"i:l,! iawall owr lb Il, r.rumm...aHf do, Doctor?" and die. What shall j'l. I"rrpit o couutu rn 5 mttm r , W. II. AllllKKI.KY. tKOllifx-nrrtho man moaned and rocked to and fro, TAUIATIOXH Of THE UVSIAX llODV IM INT, Coa. 8ariHaal treuUr JUk your lnu(ut .r Tho human body is longer on rising hm whilo tho wifo wept to sco hor husband in tho morning than at any other timo bo affected, Tho physician said ho didn't sco how during tho day. Tho reason is that tho any prescription ho could givo would put muscles aro relaxed, and tho prcssuro, off tho fatal hour, but tho man insisted, incident to a sleeping posturo, holps to and finally tho doctor gavo him ti pro- spread them out Thero is a considerascription forbromido of potassium, with ble decrease in height from long standwhich man and wifo departed somowhat ing. Our shop girls aro thus stunted and partially deformed from being on consoled. thoirfect all day a cruel and savage TOJT TllVXlt DEFEATS CAXrAXIXl outrage Tho squat forms of many forAT lULLIAtlDS, eigners como from being learned, whilo An interesting and uniqno gamo ot too young, to stand on chairs, and thus billiards was played at tho Lindell Ho- walk whilo tho muscles aro tender, Tho tel, St Louis, Mo., between Gen. Tom mothers do this that thoy may work in Thli preparation la pureljr veatatile and free, from all dvlvterloua or Thumb, tho Lilliputian, and Signor tho fields or at homo without hindrance. It la ataulutely certain danceroua mtiatanrfe. and lu bilrnt all kiiuUorwurme not nauaeatlnc to Campanini, tho great tenor. Across tho Prof. Martcl, a foreign savant, tells how from llie human aratelil. It la children will take tharuuetdllcaleaoiuMh,and It aa readily aa they will niblaaar. which ahould table all that was visible of Campanini's tho 1'ronch peasants escape conscription, recommend II to every houaekeeir ParrnU ran eyea, happy contestant was a hat, a pair of eyes and Thoy refrain from going to bed for two apply andwith aafety, and iparklhtit louily cipna rca, II Joyona aplrltaUtile onea. It the will uncomt of the li anlu two hands, and tho gamo attracted tho or thrco nights, walk much with bags of the l lilriuaiit to take imt up In rarm killer that vlala. and attention of everybody about tho hotel sand on their shoulders, and diminish centa. Trynbutlle. auld by dealrri at twenty are Tho tenor played earnestly, but seemed their height so as te bo under tho reguManufactured by r. VBOOKK' CO. Ofttt, MHO Jtfnfit Dtrttt, to enjoy tho curious method by which lation limit Tho effect, of course, is Fur mI In Htanlord by I'kanviMUlmtllt, Ki. A McAlhtkk. tho Lilliputian secured his points. Cam- bad for their health, but better that panini naturally converses in a loud than bo butchered. CONDENSED TIME. tone, and in tho excitement of tho gamo his full rich notes rcroundod through THE JUV OF OLU'Ell VU031WELU & When Oliver Cromwell was asked, iu tho corridor, Tho General grow somo1G19, to accept tho post of Commander-in-Chie- f what irritated at tho excited playing of IlAILItOAD LINK. and Lieutenant General of Irethe Italian, and his comments on tho gome, given iu his weak, piping voico, land, ho replied that ho would go if ho TUAINB (IUINU NOUTII. wero humorous in tho extreme. Gen. wcro " Bufilcicntly provideo." Tho folta. bun. AUacil I, Wl. Thumb took frequent advantage of io iving facts from tho calendar ot stato 8 CO am klcuniond. papers will show tho pecuniary valuo of Lre. Laucalcr..... a 00 " ., Canipauini'a unfamiliarity with tho En" 7 10 " I.trlogtton. ........... glish tongue, nnd mado numerous laugh- tho demand, which was granted : " Ho I 13 " Crab Orchard.... ' Htanlord ....... ...... II 10 " able observations for tho benefit of tho rcquirod-i-n addition to tho ordinary salII JW . Bhelhy Lily u an ' DiurlllaJuucllou. crowd. At ono timo tho Goueral was ary of a Lieutenant General ot Ireland 10 0.1 Mitchell. bur...... 111 00 making a desperate effort to reach across 315,000 for an outfit, $50 n day bo long Lebauou......M. n 10 pin " New iu Ecgland, and tho table, when Mr. Charles Mapleson as lie remained Juuctlou.j., U 47 " Arr. 1 10 a year upon his landing iu Ireland." Cincinnati Junction., offered to lift him stepped forward and JM " Loulirllle. up. Then the Lilliputian laid down Ids Unfortunately tho patent docs not stato TUAINB (IQINO (SOUTH. what salary ho actually received as Lord cuo and piped out: i.'x.Buu, " Let mo alono, sir. I can reach as Lieutenant of Ireland, but only Alaattl I, IkM. far as you can. Who in playing this mentions that ho should havo tho Lie. Loulirllle..... M am -- .. .. J 03 p m usual foes, stipondsand allowances, but, Lre. bHuford.......-...- gamo, anyhow?" 1M " " must havo Arr Crab Orchard.....- judging from other details, it lu " l.lrltKton "Fifteen 1" shouted Campanini. " .... Lre. Lent ailer " "That makes threo times tho bloody been at lcuit $25,000, and, if so, hU Arr Klchiuond ....Mr. was $G5,O00a year, which, Italian has jiaid 'fcftoen,' " said Thumb. total income in consideration ot tho relative valuo of hopo ho has it thin call." PULLMAN PALACE CAIIS Thus the gamo proceeded, to tho in- monoy thon, would have givon him To Mempbli, Little ltocV, Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orlrana. finite amusement of tho bystanders, and command ot an income worth $220,-00Emigrant! toTeiai hare Ihelrcbolteof Iworoutea: Gou, Tom Thumb was found to bo tho tla MeuitihUor tie New Urleana. Time much quicker aud rate lower tbau by any other winner. route. It li alaolhe is said that Lord Hartlngtoa was "Tummy T'umb is zo worst bluff at onoo roproochod for yawning visibly in QUI0KEBT, OHEAl'IST AND BEST pokair I over saw," said Angello, in an ot ono ot his own (pooches, ltoutataallpolnta la MUauurl. Kauau, Illluole, undertone, " I rido wis 1dm in fidelity-bce- x the iniddlo Indlaua, Iowa, Nebraika, Colorado. Allium. of War, and replied as from Pittsburgh to Yeeling, ami Only oue change tu Chicago, bt. l.oula and at. because it wot ror further Information about ticket lo the foliar oil u pair ot that ho could not help it, ho looso mo elefen eoutb. Kiuui. Colorado, an I emlKrant relet to eodulL 4J. V. ATMOKK, Horlda. addriw dcuceu. Zo Gouerolo in bad at zn naUrn. I'm. aud Ticket Alt., Louliilllo, Ky TnoMitoN, the funny man, at tli John Or V, . Anthony, Agl. Btanlord, Ky. tional firames." Opera JIouh, Oct. 11th. I am sick and notablo to attend to business," said tho doctor. must "No matter," said tho voico, sco you anyway." Tho physician arose it was bitter cold and ho was quite ill donned his clothes and, proceeding to tho front door, let in, along with a strong blast of zero air, a man and a woman. Neither looked very much out of health, but tho man's eyes rolled rather wildly and ho appeared somowhat disturbed. "Well," said tho physician, " what is "But UU i 4 cuEiiisTin: Arr. Meridian .. 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