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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 3, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882100301_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 3, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. f! will W$M VOLUME m b . X.-NUMBER . A W 'ntefio 3, 1882. O onftial NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER L 510. Halowed Sourenirs. - STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER Fall Bonnets. 83. " W. P. WALTON, . . Editor and Proprietor 1 T. R. WALTON, - - - Business Manager J'liMMinf HU.no Ttirmtiiu ntlil I'rlitail't IM3U ANNUJt. Tht Tariff. KUIor lnltrhr Jimnuih T. I 4 I a favorito nrgtimcnt of tho s tlint tariff protection to llio tlis'atlvanlogo of tho laborer, becauso it compels him to pay more, to tlio extent of tho import duty, fur tho necessaries of lifo than ho would pay in tho absenco of tho duly. They insist that tho increased price of living resulting from tariff taxation more, limn overbalances tho diOerenco between the wnges in this country and in Kuropc, and that, therefore, tho American Inlmrcr, though receiving from fiO to 100 per cent, higher wages than the Kuropcan laborer, is, never thcless, in a worso condition than tho hitter. Hut, unfortunately for this argument, it is not truo that thcro is so great a diffcrcnco between tho cost of living hero and in Kurope as these statesmen allege. Tho truth is that so far as provisions nro concerned they are far chenptr here than in the old countries; and every body knows that tho cost of provisions constitutes much tho greater part of tho laboring man's necessary expenses. As compared to this, the cost of his clolhingis insignificant. Working pcoplo never dress extravagantly, but always, cat heartily. .Besides, it is a fact that many nrtichV of the clothing worn by laborers, such as tho coarser cotton goods, boots nnd shoes, A'c, aro quite as cheap in America as in any other pirt of the world. Hut, supposo it bo conceded, for argument sake, that under1 a freolrnile system tho American laborer's saving in tho matter of the cost of living' would bo as great ns claimed by tho freo trailers, still he would noi Iw benefitted a particle, for the obvioai reason that tho sarao causo which cheapened his living would to tho tamo extent cheapen his Ho would simply Ins living wages. cheaper nnd working cheaper than ho did under tho protective system. If tho working man is to bo always n hireling and nothing else, always a lyiuper and tho capitalist's slave; if ho is t neither cjtct nor hope for any improvement of his condition, for any case, or rest, or comfort in the course of his wholo lifo, if ho is to havo no homo of his own nor any of tho joys that a homo can give if, in n word, thcro is nothing for him' but a lifo of ceaseless and hopeless toil, then n tncro subsistnuce is enough for hiini, nnd it 'doesn't matter whether liia wages bo high or low. In this viow is as good for of the cam him' as protection, but certainly no letter, hut if he is to be regarded as n human bolng, ami is to bo nllowcd to havo tho natural aspirations of a human being, to wish for and hopo for the possession of a placo of nbodo for himself nnd family and a chance to edacato his children ami savo them from degradation and misery if theso blessings aro uo. to bo denied hbn, then ho must have fair wages, such wsgcfli&s will enable him to savo something out of his yearly earnings in order to savo those who nro dear to him from a, lifo of servitude and igno-raco and all tho wretchedness that life implies. If the Bujh tliink ?tt lUcro 'living. ii.nJl .that a laborer is entitled to they ought to havo tho candor to sny so and drop tho subject of wages from their discussions altogether. If it is right in morals and right accordiug to tho principles of true political science for tho poor mail to bo always a poor man and to eternally ervo tho rich man for his victuals and clothes, tho dis cuisioti of tho question of wages is not only unnecessary, but it is absurd. Stanford, Oct, 1882. J. II. Is s opo-ratefrce-tr&d- o n free-trade- It They Giianuk kou A Stake. were burying a man who had died iu Southern Iudiaua, when a tramp leaned over tho fenco and eu qui red : " "Whs ho a statesman?" "No." "Poet?" "No." "No." "Great invontor, or any thing of that sort?" ''No; ho was simply an honest man." "Ob, that's it, oh ? Why don't his widder tako tho body ovor to Chicago and put it ou exhibition ? Sho'd muko ajitako J"1 Corn huekingg aro now tho fun iu tho country, and you know that find ing u red car entitles a fellow to kiss any girl iu tho crowd, and If wo got any invitations to com huskiugs this year wo b1iu.11 wear loose clothes with big pockets and they'll be just jam stulled full of red ears of corn, That's the sort of man we aro I "Or-ntor?- Clint, Hutte, city marshal of Covington, in tho discharge of his duty, hail his right arm so badly shattered by a rifle ball, to savo his life, amputation at tho shoulder was resorted to. John Thompson, who succeeded Uults in the oflico, was shot and killed in the dusk of the evening, at tho Covington approach of tho suspension bridge. STANFORD. KY. Thcro was no cluo to tho murder, and tho mystery which surrounded tho E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. tragedy has never been unvailed. Somo eighteen months since the city This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its marshal of Mt. Sterling was killed High Imputation, whilo making an arrest. AND About three months since D. L. Its Proprietor it Determined that Lane, marshal of Augusta, was shot it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Pare, nnd killed by a man whom ho had at Appointments, or Attenouo timo arrested. tion to Comfort of their Quests. A few days sincocity marshal Geo. Cole, of Georgetown, whilo attempting KaiBatre will at eoatejed to tad froai tkedepot of thaw Special accommodation to arrest some parties who were having free Commercial Tratelc rs. Tkt liar will beto to alwata tapplled with the cholceat a difficulty on tho streets, was savage braadi of Uqaon aid Clean. ly set upon by G cor go and John CONDENSED TIME. and, in defending himself, was compelled to shoot tho former. & On Sunday night, Sep. 10, Jerry Lee, Chief of Police of Frankfort, was 11AIXHOAD ONE. shot whilo attempting to make an arctionsexciting to look forwnrd to, rest. Ho lingered until the ,18, when TKAIN8 OOINO N0KT1I. but most satisfactory when all is paid ho died from the effect of tho wounds. Ex. Sun. Much I, 1882. Covington Commonwealth. g 00 am for and the worst is know. ... Le. Hlchmond.. 8 00 " " Lancaiter....... 7 10 ' ' LI rings ton.. ...... -- . Thoughtful Mary. Col. Swopo for Governor. 8 2J " Crab Urcbard ... ' Stanford 10 " "I don't see how I'd git along withThe Paducah Time says: "Col. SS " -ithelbr Cltr.. 9 S8 " ' Danrlllo Junction... M. Swopo is being talked of as the out Mary, nohow," Mrs. Blutcher obA. 10 OS MltchelUburt;.... Tfie New fork Herald Declares tor Cltrcland. neitf republican candidato for Gover- served, pausing to wipe the perspiraIt 00 ' Lebanon..MMW.MM., 12 10 pm " Seeing clearly through what con- nor. Col. Swopo would fill tho guber- tion from her aged features and put Arr. New llaren. ......., JZ t " Lebanon Junction. 2 10 " " Cincinnati Junction. flicts with tho wealth, tho power, tho natorial chair with ability. If nomi- another ladle of soft soap into the 2 25 " Loulssllle . ..... selfishness, tho greed, tho ambition nated ho will make a spanking race steaming suds, while her daughter's TItAlNS OOINO SOUTH. and tho knavery of monopolists and in all respects is eminently fitted voice at tho piano could bo distinctly x. Sun. JUacil 1, 1882. both chartered nnd individual monop for the position. Col. Swope at the recognized, floating out from the adLt. IOuIstIII.... .... lUlm 2 05 pm olista and their political dependents, helm of tho ship of Stato, we would be joining parlor. "I don't seo how I'd Ltb. hunford...... 2M " " Crab Orchard 4 10 tho State of Now York is destined ablo to. redeem the character of our git along without that gal, nohow. Arr. UrlDgtton 2 60 " Lancaster 50 speedily to pass, tho Herald docs not Commonwealth and above all things Al'ays on theso days when I have the Arr. lUchmondw..... delay to chouto Its sido in this encoun- would hnvo'nn end to tho seemingly tirciuest work, she just picks out her PULLMAN PALACE CABS nicest pieces, like 'Sweet Rest By and ter. It chooses tho sido of tho people, ceaseless pardoning machine." By,' and 'Mother's Growing Old,' and To Meniphla, Little IlocV, Mobile, Montgomery, and thereforo advocates unreservedly Wo heartily indorse every word of and New Orleans. tho election of Mr. Cleveland and Mr. tho foregoing. Col. Swopo represents sings 'em for me before sho goes out on Emigrants to Texaa lure their choice of two routes: via Memphis or Tla New Orleans. Time much Hill in preference to Mr. Folgernnd republicanism in its truest and broad the lawn to play croquet with the othquicker and ratea lower than bj any other route. It la also the Mr. Carpenter. Wo can conceive of est seuso. It is just such men as he er young folks. Tain't every gal as circumstances under which Mr. Folger that tho party needs at its head in this ud be so thoughtful, I kin tell you. QUI0KE8T, OHEAPEST AND BEST points In Missouri, Kaniai, Illinois, would 1k n trustworthy Governor, Stnte, to give it increased dignity be- Now most of 'cm ud jist bang away Koute to allIowa, Nebraska, Colorado, Arkaniaa. Indiana, Only one change to Chicago, St. Louli and East. but wo do not rccognizo thoeo circum fore the people. Ilepublicans all over with 'Jordon's a hard road to travel,' For further Information about tickets to tbe stances in the conditions of his present the State are beginning to tiro of the or 'Whoop 'em up Liza Jane.' but she South, Kansas, Colorado, C.and emigrant ratea to IN ATMUIIE, Florida, addrosa Men. I'ass. and Ticket Agt Louisville, Ky. caudidncv. As tho issuo is defined poor class of nominees who have noth aint none o' that sort. She's a pile 'o Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., Stanford, Ky. iu this campaign tho election of the ing to recommend them but their own comfort;" and Mrs. Blucher fanned republican candidates for Governor ambition, nnd aro beginning to clamor herself with her apron, preparatory to The Ohio A Mississppi Railway. and Lt. Governor would be a triumph for good, true men. Let us have Col running tho clothes through the sec Under an energetic and liberal man Toledo American. of wirepullers and monopolists over onel Swopo and an activo canvass for ond water. agement, tbe Ohio & Mississippi Rail public rights and liberties. Governor and we will seo tho old time Says Congressman A. II. Stephens: way has nearly doubled its passenger As for 1884, let it tako enro of it majority of the democrats melt away "Never did I refuse to support the business during the last five years and self. It is two years ahead. If tho liko the morning frosts before the god noraiueo of my party except once, and at the present rate it will more than republican party of Now York loses of day. Maysvillo Kepablican. that was when tho domocrats openly double it again in tho next three years, which speaks well for tho poli tho advantage of the control of tho Senator Vanco, of North Carolina, and avowedly made what was called Stato govMutuout iu tho next IVesi; cy pursued. frequently illustrates his speeches with a "now departure" and nominated Mr. This increase is entirely attributable dential canvass it lias nobody but itanecdotes, or. rather, parables, which Greely. Well, I never made any self to blame, lt has forfeited it ho relates in a mannerUhat seldom departures. I never departed 'from to the fact that passengers have been properly taken care of on this road justly. fails to bring down tho house, no mat- principles; I never shall. When Mr. ac Only an JJuttOK. A Little Itock ter how much tho majority may disa-grc- Greeloy's platform was anuounced I by being provided with whilo out in the counto stand commodations, fast and regular time, nowspnper man with him politically. Speaking did not believe it was right for not long ago against a bill which he upon it. My friends said they didn't making a surety of socunng all contry stopped at n rude nections. diuner. Thinking that his, profession considered "penny-wise- ", and pound believe in it, any more than I did, The President of the Cincinnati In ho re- foolish," he said it reminded him of a but they 'wanted to win I' But I would insure extra attention marked to the farmer: "Needn't put kind old man who lives at tho top of havo never wanted to win except I dustrial Exposition has made a markyourself to extra trouhlo for mo. for a hill in North Carolina. Ono day a was right. I have said, and say now, ed success of this years exhibition by I amonly an editor. "A what?" asked wagoner came by and, unluckily, got that I believe in nominations as the carrying into that enterprise the same tho farmer, regarding tho visitor with his team "stalled" at tho foot of tho best way to secure concert of action, energy, tact and well diges ted plans newly awakened interest. "A news-paj- hill. To the old - man's house he and when a man goes into a nomina- as has characterized his management man." "Wull, I reckon you went, asking tho loan of a pair of ting convention and remains in it, in of tho Ohio & Mississippi Railway, feel certaiu that tho traveling cati git sutliing to cat any how. Some mules and a "fifth chain" to help him my judgment he is bound in honor to and we public will at all times receive from folks mout not gin you nothin' on tins up tho hill. Said tlio kind old mau : abido by it unless somo fraud or foul nccount, bit I never was very partic- "My friend, I havo not got a pair of play is discovered. I am for a fair the O. & M. people all they promise ular. Hut hold ou. Editor did I mules or a fifth chain to save your nomination, a freo ballot and a fair in their advertisement!. The fastest timo between Cincinnati uuderaumdj you to say f" "Yd, ijr,' lifo. hut I am always anxious to count." and St. Louie, Louisville and CincinI am an editor, and, however unfuvot help n man in distress; I can lend you Investigation has shown that Arabi is ably it may utriko you, I must say tho best fiddlo you over drew a bow spent only a million dollars in carry- nati and Louisvillo aud 5t. Louis, by this road, which ruus solid made that I am proud of my calling." "I'll across." ing on his little war. Wo move that trains, with Palace Sleoping Cars, bcl 8100 that you are one of tho felPresident Arthur appoint him Secre Did you over think that when wo Luxurious Passenger Coaches, Baglows that helped to tako hell outen tary of tho Treasury when Folger re get to heaven ifwo do get there gage and Expresa Cars through withIteckon you'd better travthe Bible. man who can run a tolera most professional geutlomeu will be signs. A out change el. Never mind that corn bread and bly respectable war with a million thrown out of employment? Tho Arkansas TravIn Chicago the other day a stranger buttermilk, Jule." dollars would be a haudy man around ' ' doctor will have nothing to do, eler, . . tho house when economy is desired, asked a policeman the location ofa cer1iiL every body will bo well; the John G. Cauublk. "Ho belougs lawyer will have to tako his sign aud doubtless would be the death of tain newspaper office, saying that he subscriber and had was an to what is called tho singed cut school such fellows as Jay HuueU. down and seek some honest employ- all como in to pay his bill. He was arof ablo men, assuming nothing, being Loxiugton Transcript. ment, because there will bo no quarrested and sent to a lunatio asylum. an actor at no timo and rather slow rels and no litigation, and tho minisThe ring that Mr, Hargis has had of tho compliments of speech. He is A very rich man said : I worked ter can't preach his old sermons auy iu tho uoso of tho democracy of this a solid scnsiblo man, little abovo mid-dl- o more, becauso the pcoplo will bo too county has slipped out and they pro- like a slavo till I was forty years old size, with rather dark complexion, been good to listen to them. J pose doing their own thinking in tho to make my fortune; and have with eyebrows which show extraordisince for my lodging, watching it ever Flemingsburg Times. A West End boy whoso school fuUiro. nary perception, a nose long, straight food and clothej. fu his chair, had tho a pin A queer fish, recently captured at iu tlio undgo and swollen lu luo pro matoi put What is the difference between boscis, and a mouth cleanly shaven so uervo to kocy his scat and even look Shelby ville, had but ono eye, and that confreight and cargo? Ahorso-c- ar ho had n chanco to was iu the center of its head. The ns to show its good, generous size, unconcerned uutil ductor says the passengers make tho aud with tho lips cut straight. His frieuds extract it uuuoticedi It was tough fish was about four inches long, freight and the horsed make the car had two Bhort legs. ' much of the mental for him, but ho knew ho had tho satsay that hohas B- isfaction of filling their souls with Wlint in thn dlflnrcmna between a cupacity and habits of Senator The best reason yet advanced for blondo and a locomotive? Ono has a of Vermont, but with lees disappointment. other has a bead having Motiduy wash day, tho next The llev. J. C. Sullivan was the light head and the smallness, motivo and process." light, day after Buuduy, is becauso cleanll-ues- s elderly and respected pastor of the Oath. is next to godliness. It looks like they are running a he Senator Windoin went Into tho Sen-at- Methodist church at Salem, O., but thing into tho ground when the get to Mine, miuer, minus." This is the when it came out that Bourbon ou his first torin a very poor man. had to resign makiug "lesthetio cofllns." general upshot of speculation in mining wroto to young Mrs. Halwio, one of News. Ho is now completing a 8100,000 res' ho stocks. idenco iu Washington, ami is said to his converts: "I'hunger to pmsyour Poiut laco stockings are tho latest pouting, pretty, and persimmon-likOno who keepu school should bo a does not seo craze; but ovory body bo worth 83,000,000. Wiudom is a I persou who keeps cool. lilts to mine." the point. financier; so is Grant. Iron-net- Our old friend Charlio Herbst, Macon, Un., hasputusunder obligations for copiesof tho Charleston, 8. C, Mercury, of dales Nov. .10, '01 nnd .Inn. 17, '05. Wo shall endear them to our heart as hal lowed souvenirs of tho bitter-swedays of tho dreamy past, and guard them as inviolato as wo can from the rough touch of tlmo's ruthless hands. Tho former is n neatly printed folio printed on American while paper and is full of hopo nnd energy. Tho latter is a half sheet printed on Confederate brown paper, anil is voiced with the sentiment of frail hopo mingled with despair. Tho markets in tho latter, quoto brown sugar nt $G per jKiiind; flour, 820 cr barrel; bacon, $2 per pound; axes. 810 each; army shoes, 821) per pair; camp kettles, 88 each; nrmy mules, $1,000 cachj artillery nml cavalry horses, 8800 to 81,-0brown cotton, 80.G0 per yard; wheat, $8 per bushel; yarn, $5 per lb.; socks, 82 per pair; sweet potatoes 82, nnd Irish potatoes 85 per bushel; nrmy wagons, $000; rice, 25 cents per lb.; pork 81 pcrlb.; whisky and brandy, 85 per gallon; iron, 8(525 per ton; leather, 8G.G0 per lb.; molasses, 88 per gallon; corn meal, 85 per bushel; butter, 81.60 per lb.; leef, 5 cents yer lb., Ac, Arc With goods at tho nbovo prices and fighting an army of more than two to one, think of a poor Confederate's chanco on his leasoon life at 813 per mouth pay in tho popThe subscription rates ular currency to tho '05 edition wcro8G0 per annum. hourbon News. lYi-Wed00; 1 Thoro aro certain signs of tho limes that never fail, and ono is that tlio waning of tho peach crop signifies that women aro about to lay in their sup ply of autumn bonnets. Onco tho do- maud upon the masculino purso was for money for one bonnet, but that day is gone, never to return. Ono bonnet may do for tho country, but tho feminine head in tho city must be in outward harmony with tho remains der of its owner's appearance,- - so and hats aro often as numerous in a lady's autumn outfit as candidates at a Stato convention. And what precious things somo of them aro I To lio worth its weight in gold is honor enough for almost anything, but somo autumn bonnets this year would lie considered cheap at twice their weight in tho precious metal. Men generally grumblo at the cost, but men will grumblo about almost anything; woman, howover, with that sweet spirit of enduranco that is peculiarly and characteristically her own, is seldom heard to licmoan tho loss of money spent to adorn tho crowu of her head or tho knot of her hair, as tho case may be. Sho wnnU tho bonnet, so sho persuades herself she needs it; then sho persuades her husband; tho bonnet comes nnd the money goes, and whero is tho Bcnso of wishing it back? The autumn bouuelis like the autumn ele- An Office Beset With Danger. would seem that the man who fills tho oflico of city marshal in Kentucky docs so at a great risk of life; and yet tho oflico does not often go begging- - In illustration wo cito a few cases: It FOBALBI M'ROBERTS&STAGG IIANDSOMI' KK.Sim'NCI'.N. liar IniiilftrrnitnM to locate Kj I will offer for ! my family In lo llie highest bid- der, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1882, oil 111 111 located Six Hamlaoine property In HUnfonl. three of ttiem near) new, and all of lliem well Improted Thejr ire nowoc-cupl- nl A I fori, P. J. Anthony, ltojr StewIf art, Dr. Wilson, Oeo. II Bruce, and injaelf. d rath; linlinre In eq.utlr7-ment- t, Tkihi r cnt. Interest from one and two jean; t dale. Hale will commence at 10 o'clock A. M. at residence of Geo. II. Ilruce. Sale po.lt! re, and W. G'KAMI. don't jott lorjet It. Opera Houso Block, I33AIjt2IlH IN Drug", CnciiilcaiH, 1'hIiiim, U1IH, Stanford, Musical KyM Wall I'apcr. IlnokH, Nlalloncry, MoaiH. WIiicm, I.inunrri, C'iKiirH, IiiHiruiiicntM, MYERS HOTEL, LHIHpH, Perfumery, loimocoH, style. ACCtllCM. Orir Jewelry, Silverware and Optical floods Department Is In Charge of Col. Thos. IUcliards, who will Itcpnlr Matches anil Clocks Promptly and In the best Fire Arm, I'oeltrt ('tmlcry, IHacIilHc E. P. OWSLEY Haa Just Opened a Pino Stook of BRAND NEW GOODS, Conaisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nloo Lino of Do-vcr- a, a Full lino of tho BoatOoodfl In thn Mnrknt. tn ha I am sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamino. - CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS ODonlnp- daily & !' ' TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLAEGEST STOOK of WATCHES.CLOOKS, JEWELRY AND SIiTVEItWAItE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Bepaired on short notice, and Warranted. .... Mmifete&lfteW St. Asaph Block, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It embrace Staple ami Fancy GlrorcrlcH, Patent and Family Flour, MciiJ, Macon and I.ard, Tolmcco aud C'lgai-w-, Wood en, Willow and Tinware, Glass and QncciiHwnre. Canned GoodH of all kinds a Hpcclallj'. IEcinciiibrr llie place, "Tko Corner Storo." .' GROCERS, i 7n ante tmtin in enrn Itirul nr nnu nnlinnni .mf .in niwi.i.-A.- i used; iwiply Unit into the field and go lo xcorL teedmg. .r.7 ..K.. .1.. ? r . HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Class THE! JSJLMJBX01Sr One. -. .- Implements Combined in An imnlemmt thai ,' Making the best and cheapest imrJevieiU ever oroductd. very crop cultivated. ,m,W.,;., first-clas- s o farm-hous- e '&i&mK??z.- uTji ' ' ' sr-- w " . CTLT -- i ' L . i f wwn. v r , I-- 7r - -- JS.-g--g ?Aajii'c rA.v, 5' er Bulks' Harrow and SotJar, Tlia Albion Kprlug-Tuo- th Vurlcfi money than required io (Attain a gram drill, which can only be utilized in one atp, this implement can be had, put tn all Limit of tmall grain in the very bett manner in fou lime and uith ou labor than the bent grain drill made. j I STyAiaawT'r""rIIs.rf II ssik8&ag?. vi'Wl lliyJl VJWfl 3?ac2-tAi- nrii-.- i. c i?-'- - tr aVv TA-- o in fader and uith more aue. I'Dsltlou of Teeth and lorer olill. Lu dilaehina ihe Seeder tou halt thi bat llurrowxn once winq over the around than an irdinary hai row Kill u it work, tht uvtld. one tkul vrill do murettviL tn a dozen, beudez doing the trail Ul SamiXsMisr . s, IWIlou o( leolb tod Lew wbllt not In uao. After jJanting your crop, by remocing three Uelh you can thoroughly pultenze the toil, eulUiute and dettroy the uvedi in (uu rum of corn at a tixie, a thing that no Uher cultivator mil do. Atfird tluled, here u an impleuieat that eun be used m every croji cultivated and one that it J'aiviert, come and te it, get u auui celled in none bv anv other imnlemenk durable and limule. not mint your vioney. pie and try it. If it does notdowhatweclaimforit,u-d- f'Sm;S'm&m 12!ZZ, -n NV n WsZS - PAVy . ' 1'.L. "ajtBWaw akaaTTaW"lt i r iSssr 3S" i i 1! I i J3HH i GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stantsra. Ky. o R. 11. WEA RES, Agt., Richmond, Ky. If. L. WITHERS. Agt., Lancaster, Ky GREEN .0 WILLIAMS, Aql.t Jlutlonnlte, Ky. hate cultivated vty crop of corn thit teaivn with the Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. Albion Combined Cultivator, Hanvie and Seeder and can my uithout hesitation that it u the best harrow or cultivator have ever teen. Van tlo ten acra if corn a day vilh ill ease. U dtet its uvrl perfectly, aiul can cheerfully recommend it to viy fanner friends. That H, Montgomery. I I I To hm gram with thit Seeder no extra hand in rehired to ehan it from flth at thit it iM by the diner without slopping or gelling off his teat. f jscnu-CL(!lfclil- . i! STANTOED, Tuesday Morning, W, P. WALTON. 2CZ-- . - October 3, 1882 EDITOR pr TiiiTrh is a pleasing contrast bo- itwcofPtho wny a goxl lioncat democrat wrtwficn ho i nominated for nn of-tho wny n republican docs ffio1and circumstances. Tho former if ho is holding ofTico straightway Col. Swope's office. resign?, tho Jntlcr holds on to a At Jefferson Springs, Ark., an old possible nnd makes as long as farmer, I L. Dunn, whoso wife had aban' his Calling and election suro heforo ho doned him, put the munle of a loadtd thinks of such a thing. Wo aro forci pistol In his mouth, pulled the trigger and bly reminded of this in thocaso of ended his earthly misery. It has been decided to retain for the Gen. Stoneraan, who has been given present 12,000 men in Egypt to carry on tho democratic nomination for governand consolidate the work for which the or of California and Secretary of tho suppression of Arabl Pasha does little Treasury, Folger, who has been nomimore than clear the way. nated for governor of Now York. Four member ,of the Massachusetts ilicycle Club, last week mado a ride of 113 Gen. Stoneman held a Colonel's commllea through the country near Boston, mission on tho retired list of tho army This Is the longest single day's ride ever btthV'd hira 83,500 per annum and accomplished in this country. whTch.be has promptly given up. Fob The value of stamps, envelop, cards, bold tho office given Mr continues to Ac , sold by the Post office department du him byTArlhur and is using that office ring the fiscal year recently closed amou nted o to promoto his olection. The to $39,533,3171 an exceti of nearly five millions over thp year previous. is.iusL.that between an honest ' It may bo tucntionctTas qne of the A committee of Brooklyn oung man find a rogue. signs ot tho times, that President lUpubticnna called on Secretary Folger,and Justice is so seldom meted out with Garfield's widow has lately purchased requested that he withdraw from the canpromptness and dispatch in this State, an elegant residenco on ono of tho didacy for Governor of New York. He that it should be chronicled and com- most fashionable avenues in Cleve- said he couldn't, which is taken as settling (he question. mended whenever it is done. Doud land, for tho sum of $50,000 cash. Hon. Carter II. Harrison, the popular about two weeks ago shot and Sundny Argus. Yes, and our o'er Graves Mayor of Chiaago, has been nominated for killed almost without provocation, one sentimental Congressman can hardly Congress by the Democrats of the Third Rolla Rose, of Madison. Ho was ar- wait for Congress to meet to make Congressional District. Mr. Harrison is a rested and tho grand jury being inses-.sion- ,, her another appropriation. It is so native Kentuckian, and has served two ho was at ouce indicted. His easy to give nway other people's mon- terms in Congress. The monunrent over the grave of a Trial'followed in a short time and in eydaughter of Tyler, at Hollyless than ten days from tho timo of The Covington Commonuxdth thinks wood Cemetery, near Richmond, Va., was the killing, he was en route to tho pen- tho fact that John D. White does not broken by a vandal who left as a written itentiary to serve a term of 21 years consider Matt Adams a gentleman, is excuse for the act that he took exceptions or as long as Blackburn shall see fit. the best evidence in the .world that ho to it as a work of art. John D. White, and Malt. Adams are If tho law could always bo as quickly is and ought to increase Adams' standvindicated and as surely, crime would ing and popularity everywhere. Jess are so much "out" that there will be no joint canvass. Mr. White said yesterday ccaso in a great measure and tho "dark so. hat he did not consider Adams a gentlebloody ground" might chango its and Tho "widow Callahan," of Texas man. They are going to send out a party nppollation lo one raoro encouraging of has 50,000 head of sheep, and is tho of national engineers soon to search for immigration. largest individual owner in sheep in something in this world that suits White "ad." An apology is due to our handsome Danville Tribune is disgusted the country. Twice n year long trains besides himself, and what he does. They The won't find anything. Louisville Commer young teacher, La Fayette Page. My amwith Mr. Billy O'Bradley for with- of wagons tako tho wool product to cial. biguous notice of his tea drinking has sugdrawing and says his action is almost San Antonio. The steamer, It. E. Lee, the Urcest and gested a doubt as to his sobriety. Now I universally condemned .by republicans Tho Elizabethtown iVetrs remarks swiftest on the Mississippi River, burned to can not be instrumental in casting such a ami Is regarded by democrats as a flat that the Wickiiflo Tribune is n "sha the water's edge, 35 miles below Vicks-bur- blot on so lair a rage. The allusion was at 3 A. M., Saturday, destroying the to a little episode well understood here. and an acknowledgement ky" concern, becauso it failed to appear lives of 21 persons and its valuable cargo, Mr. P. who doo not drink Coffee,happened of defeat. Wo suppose, however, that last week for the reason that tho wholo which included 512 bales of cotton. The to visit a young lady put about supper time. the Tribune is at heart glad to have establishment was stricken down with fire originated in the pantry and tho flames She, being doubtless fluttered by his unex hiaiout of tho race, as tho support it tho chills. spread so rapidly that it was impossible to pected appearance, in her haste to prepare gave him was solely because of Bradawaken the sleeping passengers and run his favorite beversge, got hold of the gin NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. the boat in before before she was entirely ger canister instead of the lea caddy. Of ley's politics and not for love of Brad- course it was a rather pungent cup she There were 120 failures in the VJ3 liUt consumed. She originally cost $180,000. Ioy as a man. His decided preference presented him; and the tears he shed on nnd his ef- week. funr.inncy..ftr postmaster drinking fully attested the sincerity of his At Philadelphia ono of the star routGARRARD COUNTY. forts in his behalf and against the in ers was convicted. feelings. m Lancaster. terests of brother Murphy, were not -- Win. F. Ilarrel, a distinguished law Mr. Eugene Land, a wealthy gentleUT. VERNON DEPARTMENT ' calculated to make him love Bradley yer of Louisville, is dead. man of Fayette county, was married toSam. U. Burdett. Editor. It is believed the public debt reduc- day to Miss Itelle Smith, a very estimable he didn't. overly much and Eld. J. L. Allen will preach next Suntion for September will reach $15,000,000. young lady of lower Garrard. never to feel day at 11 o'clock. . Joun Gaines seems The assessment of the Illinois railThe contract for building three miles Mr. Robert Boyd, of London, has been well uulesa ho is sniffing goro. Ho roads, nlilcti embrace 7,539 mil ex, is Dxed on the extreme end of the Lancaster and appointed attorney for the L. & N. R. R. has uot becu running his Bowling at $50,727,530. Duckeye Turnpike has been awarded to lion. John Q. Blmball Wan appointed Mr. II. C. Haynie. of Madison county at for Laurel county. Green paper a month before he de Dr. J. J. Brown, Common School Comby the Governor to fill the unexpired term $2,150 per mile and the work will begin at nounccs a brother editor as a liar and missioner, ia visiting the various school in of Vice Chancellor Pol. once. a slanderer aud gets called a dog in re the county this week. The is spreading itself. "Hogback" was the name of a turn. Hughes, the editor of a repub It now has a branch office in Cincinnati, Good rains, which the Fall pastures opened in this county, but the people lican ,' paper there is the object of his with W. J. Lampton at its head. needed, fell here Friday night and Sunday. of the neighborhood preferred the inconThe weather at present is delightful. The grand jury of Jefferson county venience of a few miles travel wrath at present, and as Hughes has for their An agent of Baldwin A Co., visited published a card statingwherehe can bo signed a paper censuring the miserable mail to the convenience of an office with management of the Anchorago Asylum. here recently and sold a number of pianos such a name, hence it is no more. found at all hours, wo suppose, judgand qjgani in the town and vicinity. We The Grand Lodge of Masons meets in Mr. Dudley Portwood and family left ing from Gaines' previous actions, that Louisville on Tuesday, October 17, and arenotliing.If not a musical peoyle. last week forTerrell, Texas, where ho has ho will not be long in seeking him. Walker Newcomb, a polite, honest and the Grand Chapter on Monday, Oct. 10. cer-cain-differ-crencliack-'Iown Courier-Journpost-offi- Tin: pernicious and costly examplo of Gen. Graflt in abandoning tliOMat of Government, and ia' tuning over Uio great public buttnoM to Irreposi-bi- o clerks for months, has been adopted by Gen. Arthur as worthy of imi tation. Ho and his Cabinet, with temporary exceptions, havo lccn absent from Washington sinco tho ad journment of Congress, nnd most of thorn aro still wandering in distant parts of thu country. Tho President is paid fifty thousand dollars a year, and is furnished with all tho equipments for a luxurious household at tho public expenso, with a contingent fund of eight thousand dollars per annum, which is practically an addition to tho salary. The Cabinot eight thousand a year, and en joy many privileges and perquisites little known to tho public. Theso officials aro servants of tho people and nothing more, whatever airs they may put on. Tho President "and Secretaries tako oaths to perform their duties faithfully. They nro supposed to bo present to perform them. They draw tho pay with punctilious regu 1ho larity, and wo .agrco with Now York Sun that they should be mado to earn it. An English engineer was sentenced lo at 3 o'clock, r. M , alter which the body ten year's ImprlsonaMnt at Vera Crus for was buried with Masonic honors. He was causing a collision on the the Mexico and an Odd Fellow also, and that Order was to Vera Cms ltailroad, have assisted at the burial but unforeseen Eight ntgrcWhave died of wonndsrs-ee- l circumstances compelled the burial a day red In the riot at Lancaster, S. C, which earlier than had been announced and Its occurred as Col, Cash, the duelist and Inde- member were not prepared. pendent candidate, was speaking. I , FAXXr The assessment of the Knoxville llranch of the L. A N. It. It., la fixed at $12,000 mile; the Ilichmond llranch at the same anj the Cincinnati Southern at $30,000 per mile. The Kicntiitly lirpublimn ha gone op the flume, because it did not receive a sufficient support lo justify its continuance. Capt. Neale, the editor, gets a fat berth in LINCOLN COUNTT. Huttonrille. Messrs. Rifle A Mo unco shipped to Cincinnati last week one car load cattle, and one ditto sheep. T. Carpenter shipped at same lime ono ear load heavy cattle. They report a good market, but tho prices obtained were not communicated. I inadvertently did injustice to ray friend Will Cloyd when I stated that the Dunn Hunn marriage ceremony was performed by Mr. Williams. As Will la very young and a bachelor, he deserves credit for the nerve with which he bound another In bond of which he fight shy himself. Wm. Craig (colored), sowed 11 bushels Ful I wheat on 11 acres. From this he threshed 171) bushel, 100 of which he delivered at the McKinney mill on Saturday, at 90 cents per bushel, and received a premium as having the best wheat received there this season. The remainder of the crop was eagerly taken by neighbors for seed, at $1. Rev. J. C. Randolph, of Danville, was here last Wednesday night, and treated our people lo a presentation of hi theory of the "Second Advent." I was not In town and hence missed the opportunity to hear, and am thus unable to speak of the performance. Many, however, whose opinions I have heard, seem to have been very favorably improved, Wheat sowing ia progressing rapidly now that the ground seem to be in ayleld- ing mood. Corn cutting Is also getting lively. A usual, most of the hogs in this section will be pushed for an early mark et. The supply of this interesting quadruped is short, but dread of the remorseless cholera, together with 9 ind 10 cents gross on the grunt will speedily reduce the number. I was conducted on Saturday through the mercantile establishment of I). S. Jones fcons, at McKinney, and was astonished at the extent, neatness, convenience and system of their arrangements. They certainly deserve credit for the taste, skill and energy displayed in their enterprise, and , but If they will just give me a hint in that direction I will tako pleasure in giving vent to my pent up feeling in the form of a truthful and reliable ANNOUNCMENT. :X82.: "M. CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. $ Ilitvo Jim! rcrcUnl a very Iiii-r- c Mock or FALLANDlrVINTERDRYGOODS. iLsroTioasrs, CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ' Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c., &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. SMALL FAKM FOR SALE. IUCJC4INN On tasIlsntlllsA HUnfunl Ilkivsbaut 3K Mil's from Dantlllr. Tli Urt Is la a itsla of In frau iliutsoscm; Ihsl lo n.l IM In insll grslu. Tin huuw Is In ruuU onnttlhs 7 ruuias, !m pantry, woul houir, tlttern JIOUtSK! - ONE HUNDRED ACRES rxrrl lIi?lumoTi4 to NlcboUMlll wiy oi j- rarin, runuuning iuoui I will m prt tiraxroiD Htsas LANCASTER,. JOIIX . KENTUCKY I'ltOI'ItlrrrOlt. pu Ulle l lf fl C9 irlr T. IIHKIIXS, al tbs(Ioor;tmoke-liou- IIimou tht flarr, anilTnoiuas M.lrall, Manlonl. AilJrraa joii.v Mim'Ai.r.Ky, 7 Nltliolaulllt', dc, sr.I at One fruit of aTtrj tlfr,lllon as on waula: prars, wactM, plsuis, ikrr-r-l. f rapro, datumoa, alinoat any tiling you inar rail lor. Vlfnlyof tlotk waur. fntlfhlof rhuur-liouiono uilla from l.lirkiuillh iboii, tulln from watrr mill. I'litrrMluclj liMllhy plaro for Ibailortort. In IS nairr paid II Joclori bllli. I rclrr you to Mesa. T. M IJII.rJ. II. M. Untey, W. Il.dtotrt, al.o 8am Jolmton, alio an nw tarn, rorttrUi, rum-ho- Irnanl-lio- A riRST - CLASS HOTEL j srik, In etrry particular, Tbe patronut ol tb solicited, and aatUlacllon guarink!. thi, lo WM. DAUGIIERTY Huccntoi to Psufhrriy A Holmes, NTAM'OKI). - - KENTUCKY, Uastiracruairs or ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main NIm Ntnniorii, Ky. Fine Carriages, Buggies, u fho Louisvillo Exposition's Press Rooms under tho management of Hon. M. W. Larue, of the Sumday Newt, is ono of tho plesantest places to spend an hour that wevknow of, which proves that the right man is emphatically in the right place. The exhibits this year are larger, more comprehensive nnd of a higher order than we havo ever seen in Louisvillennd wo areglad to know that the attendance is greater than over before. The white republicans did not havo the nerve to put up ono of their number against Blackburn in tho Seventh District, so they met in Lexington Friday .and nominated a negro, tho Rov. J. V. Asbury, of Cyuthiana. He would never havo been nominated had there b:cn the slightest show for his election and tho negroes "generally will see that tho empty honor was intended merely fur a bait. Tiiciik are already sovon candidates for Register of tho Land Office, four for Attorney General, n dozen or so for Leut. Gov., with thoelection nearly a year off and not ono half of tho back counties heard from. Truly the hope of boiug elected to ofBco springs eternal in tue breast ot tno averago Kentuckian. Tho Harrodsburg Enlerprlu calls him Judge J, M. Owsley, which tho editor probably thinks stands for James Madison. That wouldn't bo a bad name, but it is uot so nico as tho proper ono. "Michcal II. Owsley, tho tho next governor of Kentucky, at vour service, sir." Lexington Jem says wo aro when anybody spiteful and Barnes. Not so; hut wo opposes Mr. tloMiato to seo a fellow try to obtain a little notorioty by pulling down a man whose solo mi'wiou on earth is to do l!0O(l. I iUio .OJOTft-t- M a stock ranche and interests in a big stone industrious colored man, whosold his prop Tho show case of C. Oscamp, jeweler, quarry. Sam Duncan has been appointed a erty here about a year ago and went to was robbed at the Cincinnati Exposition of r U. S. in the Louisville DisLaurel county, has returned and occupies $9,000 worth of diamonds and the thieves trict. The accomplished and fascinating Richmond street near the are still at large. or Hyaltsville, has the property on Miss Maiia Belle Doty, depot. There have been 7S3 cases of yellow returned from a protracted visit to LexThe good people of thia town, the el fever and 78 deaths at Pensacola. The dis ington and other points. Mr. Barclay, of der ones, should take more interest In their ease is Btill spreading. Ia Texas, its fury Fayette, is visiting his sister, Mrs. F. O. Sunday school. The children cannot be appears to be abating. Young. Messrs. II. G. Sandlfer, Hubert expected to attend regularly unleas the Key. II. O. Hoffman, of Lincoln Illi- McGoodwin and other Masons of Danprorer sort of exsmple 1 furnished by their nois, on trial for seducing his Iioubb girl, ville, were in the procession at the burial parents. has been found guilty and expelled from of Dr. Burdett. The atatement that the Pine Hill the Methodist ministry. W. L. Karanaugh has just returned Coal Company had suspended operations, The Prohlbitioniits have called a con- from a trip through Tennetsee, He was published in this column, ia incorrect, a ference in Louisville for Oct. 13, to consid on the train with the Sheriff who was kill-e- d the company is still shipping large quantier the expediency of nominating a full by the Taylor in order to res- ties of coal and expects to do a booming ticket at the next State election in Kencue their brother who was being taken to tucky. businesa thia Fall and Winter. The arrest made in Caldwell county. the (tenltentiary. Alter the shooting On the street Saturday, one citiien was the only passenger left in the Ky., proves lo be the genuine Jim (from the country) remarked that he had of the Jesse James gang, and he will coach beside the murderers, one of whom that morning "seed a tremendous blailn' be sent (o Missouri for trial for his many approached him and asked if he had any stare" in the Eastern sky. Another cltiten money, to which he replied, "yes, he had a train robberies. (also from the county) observed that he I. V. l'helps, one of the wealthiest little but was a long way from home and had also "seed" it apd guessed it must 'be men of Duller county, hitherto indicted for needed It." Taylor thought under the another one of them durned"McCormIcks," forging a timber contract, hat been convict-o- f circumstances his (Ts) ueeds wete more These citizens, had evidently seen the the crime and his punishment fixed at pressing and Kavanaugh had to fork over "Laundress." $30 but feel satisfied he will get it again. two years in the penitentiary. lions. Matt Adams and John D. White The death of Dr. Steven L. Burdett passed through here Saturday evening en A Commission consisting o( L. 8. How-let- t, Green Clay Smith and others has occurred at his home near here nn Satur- route to Manchester, where Adams opened been appointed by the Secretary of the day, Sept. 30th. The Doctor's illness be. the canvas yesterday. Both weie warmly Treasury to select a site for the Louitville gan with the Sellers' riot at which time, greeted by their respective friend here, Custom House for which $500,000 was ap- while going across town to attend a wound- Adams was looking In splendid trim and ed man at the he was fired expressed himself a perfectly confident of propriated by llie'lsst Congrets. Theodorti Ilonta and Winter llrewer upon by a crowd of negroes and severely success. Our people of both parties take a fired BoTeril rounds ateicliotlier in Mercer wounded in the leg. By this he was ren- lively interest in the race in the 10th. Saturday, In which Ilonta was slightly dered a cripple and his health declined The entire line from Boone's Gap to grsied in the arm and the leg of the horse very fast. Thinking a change of climate Roundstone Junction has been located. on which he sat was broken. Drawer's in- would be beneficial to him he went to The contractors will begin work in earnest timacy with UonU's wife, who has left him Florida several years ago and bought a this week. About 100 negroes arrived last farm which he stocked with oranee and week on Taller, contract. Tabler, ltosser, Is the alleged cause of the trouble. J. Hooker lteed, of till city, has been other fruits and which place he has made Stewart and Mason, Shannahan & Co. are selected as Chairman of the State Demo his home during the Winter, returning to the contractors bo far known, whose work ia cratic ianir.il uouimittee. lie is a young Kentucky in the Summer, In this man in this county. Work on the first tunnel man with a practical knowledge of politl. ner his life has probably been prolonged below Langford'a began yesterday morning, . cat affairs and no end of glt.up He aeveral years, but his death at any time This tunnel Is called the Needle' eye. will Instill new life into the committee and would not have been a surprise. Until About I'koti.k. Mi Zula William make the fight a rattling one all along the within the last week he expected to return ha returned from Louisville. Mrs. O. H. Iine.-C- VJ. to Florida within a few days, but God Nelld, of Harrodsburg, was here Sunday on The Ulackburn pardon mill Is running ruled otherwise, and his last moments were a visit to her parents. Messrs C. Crooke, at a lively rate. Yesterday three cunvlct passed among his relative aud friends by of Pine Hill, and O. H. NIeld, of Allamont, from Kenton county, convicted of the whom he was loved and appreciated. He went to Louisville on business yesterday. gtavest crimes, were pardoiied out of the lavt a widow (having married since lit Mr. M, F. Brink ley, of Louisville, was penitentiary, What inlluence was brought residence in the South), who was a model here yesterday, receiving warm greeting to bear Is at this writing unknown: but of devotion, hut no children. The funeral from hi old friend. M. N. Langlord went the Assistant Secretary of State gels $2 for w preached by Eld. J, L. Allen of the to Louisville yesterday on a business trip. each pardon Issued. Covington Common- - Christian Church, aulsled by Rev. J. It, Mr, Bennett Wilson, of Missouri, la visiting Peeplcs, of the Methodist Church, Sunday relative In thia county. wealth. store-keepera Kav-anauCum-minCourt-housand-git- JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 32.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Traniferred Free of Charge .AND WAGONS 99 I bare recently taken charge of thia home and intend to have unt-claccommodation!. ui PHAETONS. "OF "aLI KINDS. ... MM. aO VIA LOUISVILLE ixd tus KAHT I GO WJ3MT I (JO NOIITU . .t I W a...... ........ . oi an ...inai.ui.iiui. v.rriav. vorknicnaracripiloni, employing- - only nrit-cl- a aud mini I Bsurt style, wurkuanihluaDd Ill) lrAt).lll.KTY. malarial eooald- -. 01 & MISSISSIPPI I W. a DAILY TRAINS THE KAHT AND NORTH. Fro Parlor Cars and New Day (taclits Without Change. KENTUCKY CENTRAL nr ran THE MOST DE8IUAULK HOUTK II T- O- 3 Louisville to Cincinnati! 4 And decidedly the Populsr lloutr, sourdine;, aa It docs, Ueeibauea and superior accommodations to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, DAILY TRAINS AND TIIK WKUT. 4 laouisville to Si. DAILY TRAINS 2 Louisville to Indianapolis, aND TUB NOllTI! X.oui.s fclwplnf Can and Day Onailie to lit. touts With out wuauge. Tba North, Northwest aud West. In fad, If you contemplates Irlnlu any dlmtlon.your lutereet will purchasing your tickets tie K. C and Cincinnati. JTraloi rack way lj full man 1'alacalars, (.Infant New Dar Coaches, and handaumely furnlibed llecllulng Chair t'ara loriu tbo uueualwl ciuliiiueule of thia Old Itellable, thereby making a trip orer this Hue oue ol luiu. ilous comfort and pleasure. Try It. TIMr. TAULK, IN m-EP- 2 Chicago, MAY "KuTJT VU H. III. KoTir bouiu. Lro. Coflngtou... " Falmouth. 11 Cyulhlin . Arr. Itluitou. Lto. I.rili.a'U.n Arr. Wlucbnter " Ml. Hltrllng HST a 00 V I)y Coachr and Utflluloir Chair Cars Through " I'sila. ID Hiillliiiiir, riillmtrl. for Wiitliliutoii,York mill vi iililn, fir llitaloii. This I the Vtry Route, as You Hate No Changs of train. t " lluntliUu. Nuuiii, Athl.ud.. II 23 a M 13 p so II 1Up a io p 7 20 p a oa p No, a. SO em 2 la m i Ma Hi a 41 p u 6 30 p in p 111 JtOpui 17 p m m o us p m 7 00 p ui Hi f Ml p 111 ui a 20 p ni M p in ui U' 12 34 a ui in I 10 a in u No. I. TJoTaT H u Huntington... AiulanJ , .. " MLbterllog " Wlucbcilcr Arrlre at 1. Units S HonrOU Adisure of Arr. Leilngtoii Otkrr Liars, tliertby awurlug mors lliu lor Lto, Leslugtou, urn. . lusklnf clisuge of car sod nelllng first choice " Cyuthiana... of scale III cars of connecting lluca. " Arr. Uurluglon llaie Throsfk llay Ceickeso AIITralssi Uaro No Mltlnliht Obangoa I Ln " a ui I SsH ui 03 a hi Ms ui p Hi 11 a IS u lii 7 W a 00 p III 7 SO a 63 p UI 25 a 30p UI 00 a p ui 10 OS a 13 p in II 43 a 20 -. Dim ttliui m t in ui m ui ui . u so am ;0aui & Tolndlanspollssnd Cblcsgo, snd lh only lluegliluglts petrous rlJe along tho thoros ol Lake Michigan. MAYMVILLK Nu. 14 DIVISION. 1.41 M.,..lll.. A .,., W.;iM.-yMlir.i2ip,- no. ia " iiuitu Tlrkrt Altai of add rue W. W. I'KAKOIiy, (Jen, rWl., For Tickets, Hales, Time, Msim, Ac., spply to 'oiiiirollu(f, I.I urn, or " ii T"-v.- w.UI I. rr" ."'.' VZlTp fill .ff,... 7? U K.N. HHMWN.rJouthtril ... ill. ...! hi I Clucluoall Il.l.ki. I'swcngtr Agl . L' ..111.. lj.nl. W. IL HIIATTUC, (leu, 1'ase, Alt, Trains No. I aud 1 run dally) all others dally eiceptHuudsy. bpeclsl Italca to Kmlsrsnls. Kor tickets, rstes sud Information pertaining Ui time couuectlous. Ae , call on or addreee H. T. HW1KT, Agt., Ullli.tou. C1IAH. L. IIUUWN, (1 I', AT A. J, D. LLLIMW, Uen'l Manager, : mdt!ii$nfmor$ournnl QTAJsrsroitr), Taosday Morning L. A N. I0CAL . icy. i.u. - Octobor 3, 1882 TIME CARD. . .. I'aiwrpr trains " " North..... Kouln 9 10 iumi LOCAL NOTICES. JtolNrt.t8iaw,a. llov Paint of A McAllaler. Hamilton Htcel Mow at A. OwalejV Fine oil iialnliri(;i Just recciTf.l at ,Mr T Nrw.'nk of Jewelry an.l Silverware it IVnny A McAlliltr's. IlMiitlful linn ol latest box alalioncrr, at McKolxrU h Blab's. Hcliool books ami acliool supplies In Rn tral at McKolwrU A Slaw's. Watciiw, Clocks and Jtwelrr repaired ami warranted b Pennj A McAllster. Kali, lot of lglrr'n Kliwa Just rttclr-r- d and for sale at J. II. AH. II. rilianlcr. HrANiJAKD Sheet Music, Vocal and for 10 cent at IVnnr A McAL Islet's. '.Awir stock of VIndor all alien. Double thick glass for (lower pita. 1'enuy A McAllaler. do to A. Owaley's for the Kentiielc drain Drill, the only reliable Drug Drlfl In the market. Jubt rtceWed a new lotof cloaka for ladle and children and a flno lot of J. II. AH. II.Hkankm. (Ikkat HriiLXTioM In ilieet musics 50, 7fi and $1 inline now aold at C centa. ICeif- ular alia and on Rood at Mcltutierl (lis, Dol-ma- x nlajg a. ar, PERSONAL yesterday, Mil. Kn. Stacki haa none Into the coal business at Helen wood, Tenn. Mim Jr.NNiK IlucilANAN.of Crab Orch anl, haa gone on n visit to Loularllle. Mil. and Mux. J. I Dawhon hare returned from a visit to their children In Missouri. Mil. C W. lIUFt'AKEII AND WIPR, of Vakeney, Kansas, are flailing her father, Mr. T.O. Coder. Mns. TlliH. M, I.n.l.AUl) haa roiio on a Tlalt to her daURhter, Mm. Kannlc In Missouri, MlU AN1 MlW, l)AVIIi IIOWI.AMI, of Danville, were up lo ate their slsler, Mra. 1. 8. McKIroy, Sunday. Mm. JoiinIIuciianan look her daughter, MIm Jean, to the Itellwooil Seminary at Anchorage yesterday. Mlmra Ili'sxr.LL At.EXAMii:u and Mamie Phillip, of I larrodaburg, arc the gueata oflhe Misses Dinwiddle. Dan Tuiimmi Packi.kii wan here yea. lerday picking up newa llcma and ducata for bia pier, the Adrocale, Miu Jamm II. IIrown, of Ijncaatcr, waa orer again Sunday, There la an attraction that drawa like the needle to the ltob-Inso- till, returned John M.Conant and wife, of Pine- - ole. Mil. anm Mm, J. II, Kihh returned on Saturday last to Divilla,Texaa. The latter' health waa much improved while at her father's. Miu. J. I1.Owk.nh hia gone lo Cincinnati, where her htliband la exhibiting the eirelencii-- of IheMcCorinlck machlnea to thouaanda who crowd the Kipoaitlon. Mim Kl.LA DoitTON, who haa been vis illng relatives in this and Knox counties, left a few days ago for her home In on account of sickness of her mother. Mm. I, M. Ilnuci: and Misses Lizzie Mcllobvrla and Klltn Wearen, chaperoned by Mr. Kd. Mcltoberts, went to Cincinnati yesterday. Mlaa Llizlo will go from there to her home In Indiana. Mr. J. It, Marks waa In to nee ua yeatenlar. lie ray he feela like a free man id nee hla divorce from the Adtocatt, but he look a to ua like a Cah out of water and we wouldn't be surprised to ate him In the harneaa again before long. It liai become second nature with htm to be In a printing i, oflicr. LOCAL MATTERS. No. 1 Bteel (Ireen's. flow for $12, at W. T. J.T. llAltuis fed 10.1 persons at the Com meiclal Hotel yeaterday, besides hia day boarder. Jam km Doi'iii.as, a railroad boaa, waa run orer by a hand car at Parkarille, Friday, and probably fatally injured. A iiAtiR opportunity lo secure a desirable realdence In Stanford ! oflered by Mr. W. Craig, who haa alx to dispose of. Bee "ad." Wantko. Country bacon, lard, butter, egg, potato.', apple all klnda of produce. Highest cah price paid. 1 McAliaterA week'a arrival of heating atorea, gratea.coal raaea, tonga, ahor el, coal hoda,tW, at W. N. HlgKiua' befora making your purchases. llrlghl. Don't fall loaee tbla Tiik republican committee will meet at Danrille next Friday to conalder the of pulling up a figure head for Phil Thompson to knock down. TliKiiEare 15 perasus In jail, ten charged with felonies, of which four are murders. The majority of the prlaouers are from other counties, brought here for safe keeping. Miia. M. K. DavirU will go to the itlea to purchaie for Mra. Kate Duddt-ra- r a full line ol Fall and Winter Millinery, and will return about the laat of the week. y -- gi la lu a leaky and ugly condition with Its broken walla from which the plastering Is conatantly falling. The Court of Claims might save money for the county by having it fixed before it gels any worse. The Circuit Court room Only n little over a month Intervene between now and the election day, The rads will have to get up and hump themselves If (hey expect to make even a ah am light agalnat "the boy," M our friend Hon. Nat dalther calls our gallant I.lttle Phil. up again for John Cantkh ffohtluir. Thla lime he knocked an inof fensive Irlahuian down and after spending a night In ll was tinea fit ami cou lur that he haa l,tr,in Thla makes had to pay in the last two weeki and It would seem that lie ought to be satlfued now to Uhave himself. haa been J'75 McAMTF.nAHAi.t,rr: ell flour by ll and give lhelrcutomer the benefit of Tub Celehraleil lllgga chain and auction wholesale prices, Now la your lime lo get It cheap. pumps for aile at W. T.Orccn's. Divoncr suit continue to multiply. Lkavk your order wilh W.H. Hlggins OP The last to be filed Is that of Mrs. Joe for atove repairs before cold wealhcr. Mc. Smith, who charges against her hus. .. Fort Kent. The, Jaa. N. Davis band cruel treatment and a failure to protill January lat. Apply (o It. K. vide. Mr, Smith la the proprietor of that &0., AT- flarrow, Summer resort "Hale's Well," Tiir railroad killed two mules for It. d liberally patronlted last season by tho H.AB. P. Woo.ls, Friday. They were youth of this vicinity, valued at$l7fi, TllP. First National Hank of Stanford Tnv "Alden's Fruit Vinegar" beat In has been authorited by the Comptroller of the world. Hiclal discount In quantities. the Currency lo commence business on For atle only by McAIIater A llrlghl. morning, Oct, lib, at which time It will be prepared to receive depoitta II. K. Wearcn's and aeo his nice do to and make loans. This hank will conduct now bedsteads, drclng-caea- , Ita buainess In the hanklmr-houaherein. parlor auilea, chamber auitca, fore occupied by the National Hank of aland at the afternoon service which wj Ac. HtanroM. llie patronage ol the public Is attended, there were fully COO present, and you wlh to buy cheap, good Hour, solicited. I lit association will be officer- after a sermon which waa characteristic of glRt-MCERATES ON ALL RAILROADS TO jual leave your orders at Lincoln Mills. ed by J. b. Hocker, President, J. W. Mc-- the great P.vangellsl some 40 persona came . Kallafaclion guaranteed. McAIIaler A forward In isk specific blessing and be lister, Cashier, John J. Mcltoherts, Asit. anointed. The latter ceremony having Cashier, and A. A. McKlnney, Teller. been added since Mr, Barnes wa here, it do to Lincoln Mills lo get your flour UARRIAOES. may Interest some of our reader to know and meal. You can get II In any quantity Levi Webster obtained licensu yiater how It Is done. The invitation Is extended at wholesale prices. f'J.M get No, 1 flour. day to marry Miss Allie draham Pettis, to those who desire to be bested lo come Meal 00 ctnla. forward and lake the front seats, while an the sweet sixteen year old daughter of Mr Wltv don't tho republican nominate appropriate song Is sung, That over, Mr. Margaret Pettis. (leorgc W. denlry for Congrcu? It Is an John Ilroughton ami Ml Nancy K B. take a little vial from his vest pocket empty honor that they might put out as a Whlltaber were united on the lat. Miss containing olive oil and putting a small for the Rtilliblo colored people. bait Nancy la rather young to assume the marl-la- l quantity on his fingeis, runs them across llAKKlrrand (willed flannels In blue and relations, but 14 Summer's suns hav- the forehead of those sllllvlml and aks, "Do you trust the Lord to heal you a best Pjfal red and Mllno flannels for ascques ahd ing shone on her golden hair. MiiNTiioMriiY rnits and plain' fireipiarler flapncla of OviiiurrnKirr. - Last you can?" He then repeals (he I Ith and 15th night, at the letidenceofMr.Charlc all colors fur dresses at J. V. I lay den's. Dunn, reriwn of James v., and having gotten Mr. Andrew Whitley Montgomery and around he drop on his knee and lake It WlI.t.tH dliKRN PiiihtoN was In bad Miss Orielta Overslreet were united in to the Lord. The number of confession luck ye'lerday. He waa drunk and Insult- marriage by Iter. I. 8. McF.lroy. Mr. 0, are not very large yet, but there I a deep Lincoln Connty Farm "For Salel ing, ami after being chased around hf Pat C, Given and Miss Maggie Nerer Gire Up. Dunn acted aa and growing Interest and the nme of CO-A-LI luDVrlog with low soil depressed spirMcdarvey, another man got hold of him attendants. Immediately after the ceremo- llarnes Is often heard on the alreel corner It you are I Oder for aalo prlratcly my farm of 378 acres its, losa of sppetlte, general debility, disordered on IllxRIrer. V, miles Eastol Stanford, within and gave him a flogging, and In the buainess houses. Mis Marie is Mood, weak constitution, headache, or any disease a half mile of the new turnpike now being conny the couple came lo town and registered I am selling tho LAUREL COUNTY COAL for An exJ. T. itAiiiiii will have flh and oysters at the St. Asaph, where I hey will remain at present suflering from Ia cold, but It Isg ofs bilious nature, !y all means procure a bottle structed from 8tanfonl totherrmchersrllla. the pike. dwelling to from taking palut-in- of Electric Miters. You will be surprised toseo cellent for a few days. The bride Is a pretty bru- not serious. Mis Georgia Ilulldlngs are brick and frame, with 10 rooms. McAIIster, Hocker A Co. I'.rtles wishing to buy Wedntsdays and .Saturday. He al) keeps Well watered with fine springs, some ol them medand elocution lesson In the city, and is the rapid Improvement that will follow; you will ical wster. ImproTement the Commercial Hole), will feed well and nette of sweet disposition and the groom, Including will do well to ace me Iwlor purchasing. Respectbe Inspired with new life; strength snd scllslly the fencing. Terms liberal. Addrna or call on who la the son of Dr. T. II. Monlgomery, delighted to have something to engage her will return; psln snd misery will cease, and hencecharge reasonable. Call and see. Meals fully, A. T. MJNNEI.LKY. MIl.N.NAKAII COOK. well, and a forth you will rejoice In the praise of Electric Mrs. Barnes Is one of the clererest young men of the thought. glsnford. Lincoln county ky. TIMm ready when the laat bell ring. . and contented family we have Hitlers. Sold at SO cents a bottle by fenny A more happy (own. We extend our heartiest congratuTub mill nt Hustonvllle I a flied fact, lations. never seen. Mr. Barnea say there Is plenand hlda are advertised for It In thli iasue. ty of work to keep him in 'the city for two DEATHS. ncrr ADVKUTISKSK.ITK. The proectors are anxious to get it well months, but the length of hia slay there Of Typhoid ferer, In the Kogleman like every thing else la left with the Lord. advanced before cold weather and therefore aska that the bids be handed in at neighborhood, Friday, Thomas Sutton, ! LAND, STOCK AND CROP. " DHLS III aged about 40 years. once. See "ad" In another column. wife of Hon. Denny told to J. H. Hocker a The creditor ol J. I.. Roode are hereby notified DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY A. K. Mrs. Kale Caldwell, . We had the pleaiure John Tjiomi-xonto present tbelr claims, properly proTen, on or beIsaac Caldwell, who Is a sister of Mrs. Col. gelding for $175. Physicians' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutics! Preparations a specialty. of seeing this funniest of all the funny men C. Alford ASwopebought2car load of fore October 30, 1882. Banie cin be left with T. W. II. Rochester, of this place, died In A W. E. Varnon. at McCauley's Theslre, Louivllle, a few J. V. flOVKIl, Louisville, Friday, of Ilrights disease, in mixed sheep at 3 cents. October Trustee of J. L. flood. years since and can promise our theatreSlop hog sold a high as $11.25 per her 4 Ith year. goers some hesrty laugha when he peara cwt. in Shelby county last week. RELIGIOUS. I with his company here Wednesday, the 11. It. 11. A E. P. Wood old U head of See him and grow fat. The new organ for the First Baptist yearling mule to Andy RIceat $75. We, solicit proposals for the bullJIng ol a 30x50 feet, 3 stories high, frame. Material Pojie Hnakw. Mr. McDowell Jones, of church, Lexington, cost $2,500. R. W. Given A Son bought yeaterday, will be found on the ground. Hlda wilt be taken The Louisville Conference of the M. K. 1 yearling mule nt $75 and 2 at $67.50. Casey, called In yesterday to to tell us that and superfor the entire work, or foundation Kor particulars, apply at church, south, meets at Rlltabelhtown Oc on lint Saturday, he discovered Mr. Horlon sold to Moreland, of Cin structure separately. HONK. I ilu.tonilfle. a rattleonce to M. W. T. HOIIIM4UX, f Kentucky. cinnati, six cow and calve at $5335 per snakes' den and with some companloni, tober 11. An attempt will be made to break the head. Wishes to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that ho has received succeeded In capturing six oflhe venomoua of Union county, Jesse Fox bought of Coffey A Hayden rattlers alive and killing five others. He will of Mr. Huiallwood, cattle, averaging 1,030 lb, give $175,000 to the Christian 22 of Goods, says that 1 have been killed or captured which KAIIM, containat 4J centa. A well IrnnrOTed MOUNTAIN church. at or near the spot. ing ONE llONDUEU ACHES, with good dwelling J. U. Hwope bought Ii bead Sio His. bouse, and all necessary outbulldlnirs and Orchard, Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guarIt is stated that the Baptist Church ia To Tiir. Citizens' or Stanford and a mighty element In Colorado, widening Us hogs, at 6 cents and aold a mule to Mr In (Isrranl county, Ky., six mile from Crab Orch-sranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. for $145. ownthe sold cheap, Vicinity. The Ltncater Mills havo con borders every year, and the outlook Is most Hamilton Given A Son sold to Collin er Is will boto engage In on easy torms, asApply on other business. about R. W. or by cluded lo give the public the advantage' of encouraging. Gentry for Lehman A Bro., 15 head 1,465-lb- s. the premisesEO.A. letter to 8 l l'ATTKJf, Crab Orchard, Ky. wholesale prices qu flour and meal in any cattle at 6 eta. Mr. llarnes preached at the Grand Jno. O. Neal sold to J. S. Murphy a quantity. Patent flour M25; Stanford 0era House, Sunday, and the newspaper yearling cattle at 5 cents, SARI SI. IIUICDETT, ltoauly or liest Family. $2.50; Meal )er estimate that fully 2,000 people were una- lot of equal to $43.75 per head. bushel, 90 cents. All orders left at the ble to obtain admittance. AT uavld Bwope soiu 10 ins uaugnicr, Mill office will receive prompt attention ltev. W. T. Tyrve closed a meeting at Mrs. Broaddus, 110 acres of land lying on Mt. Vornon, Ky. Tills A'cw Mill, conlitliiiiiK (lie Inlcst and and delivered wherever desired. Respect- Hall Church, Boyle County, Sunday, with the Hanging Fork, at $40. Foil Sale. Two red bulla ready for fully, McAIIater A Sillee. Will practice hi profession In Rockcastle and 40 additions and raised about enough mon- service. One ia thoroughbred, the other a adjoining counties and In the Court of Appeals. gpeclal attention alien to collections. graded. J. S. Murphy, Stanford. IlAnuinoN IIockeii, not our ey to build a good house of worship. B. O. Gover bought of W. T. Biugh-ma- n and highly respecled citizen, but a negro Dr. K. O. Gnerrant recently organized Hour, Its now In full operation. For imuiuliicliirliiK meal a straight yenrllng for $25, of Dwlght JOHN of Turnersvitle precinct, who was indicted a Presbyterian church at New Hope, Nelmule at $80 and sold Wo will Krlutl lor customcrx, Tor tho present, on Tuoulny, Weu Root a year or two ago for Kti Kluxingand ho son county, with twenty members, in a to Mr. Root a horse for $135. iiemluy, TuurHiluy, Friday ami Saturday of cuch week, and on Public Bale of short horn cattle, Uct. left a soon as he found it out for parts community where nearly all the people Court-Da- y Wo Hollclt a liberal Hharo and all other public by R.B.AE. P. Woods, and Col. 14th. Imagined that the nflenae had been are Catholics. of patronage and will endeavor lo give entire HiUlpdaclioii. (1 H. Rochester. For further particular forgotten and forgiven, and returned to his Her. J. G, Livingston closed hi two and catalogue address them at Slauford. AMOUIS old haunta a fsw day since where ho as week's meeting at Goshen, Sunday night, Commissioner Welch sold the lots ol promptly "cabbaged" by Constable llailey after a glorious harvest of Gl souls. He Abel Debord in Crab Orchard, yesterday, AluajH on hand and for mile. Highest ciihIi price paid for Corn, and lodged In jail here. He has since will begin another meeting at Crab Orch tn Abel Debord. Jr.. for S150. and 134 acre WILL irPKAU of land on Dlx River belonging to the es Wheat, Vc. Orders left at Mill promptly attended to. given ball for hia appearance at Circuit ard next Sunday. tate of M. A. Alexander for $1,411 to Judge the Stanford Opera House fc Court. In his sermon In Plymouth Church Sun M. O Sautley. Wednesday night At the sale of the personalty of the County Court. The will of J. d. Ows-le- y dsy night Mr. lleecher advised the young late Col.T. Hughe, every thing brought waa probated yesterday and the execu- men of his congregation to rebuke Judge fair prices. Corn In the field sold for $14 polls, as having secured a 25 to $15.25 per acre; hog sold for about WATCHraiTUEMllOOlOJullll 11 tors named, Jacob Quest and Dr. J, II. Folger at the And whatever you do and $8 50 per 100 pounds; sheep, $1 per head, Owsley, qualified a such. The property nomination by the union of Avarlco KTevenee. Midway Clipper. DON'T FAIL toPATHOMZE THEM. etc. of decedent which Is considerable, la diviJohn Coleman has bought 80 feeding An estimable lady died in thla city laat ded among his relatives, Dr. W. W. Owscattle, averaging 1,150 pounds, at 5 and 5 of a very ley, Jacob Ouest, Dr. J. II. Owsley, H. E. week, after a protracted Illness, cents. He sold 40 fat cattle, averaging who waa an Inmate of llro. at 0 and 6 rents. Armatead Hughea Owsley, Mr. Walker, J. W. Guest and painful disease, O. N. Haggard 20 shoals, weighing & children and the children of W. P. Ows Barnes' Pink Cottage, and was pronounced sold to80 lbs. each, at C( cents per lb., and f by the faith cure people to be healed of her about ley, deceased. A handsome set of Walnut 2 cattle, weighing 850 lb , at 5J cent. ' furniture Is given Mrs. J. IS. Owiley, and malady. Sunday Argua. Winchester Democrat. There will be no service at the MethCounty Coukt Day. A fair crowd his gold watch to Mrs. Asher Owsley. W. I odist church next Sunday, aa Mr. MorrI wa in town yesterday and buainess gener1 3WE In enact Kept. 21. 1882. -M. HIgglns was appointed and qualified as Has just received a Full line of-School-housally was rather lively. Capt. II. T. Buah Adminiilratarof James Adam, and after son will preach at Bright' reports auoui aw came on raaiaei, CINCINNATI SOUTHERN DIVISION. clicnp Beds, though, he will some other minor transactions the Court, on that day. Thereafter, of small calves and scrub cattle. No. 17. No.8. No.S. No. I. preach at Bright' on the 3rd Sunday in Calves brought $10 to $15 per head; scrub Wnsli with the Magiatrale present, ait as the Da'y Dsi- - Daily Dal- been done heretofore. and common steer from 2 to 3 cents per ex. bTATIONH. Con j ex Bun Court of Claims, but adjourned without each month aa haa Bun. P.M. l'.M. A good number of mule of all There wero added to the Southern pound. accomplishing any thing till thla A. u, at &c. kinds; aged mule brought from $90 to Lie. 4 30 S43 C10 (40 Presbyterian Churches in the year ending Cluclonsll. 10 o'clock, A Ioor house keeper Is to be $135 per head; colts from $40 to $55 per " Ueorgetuwn ....... 8WU10 C3'J 1123 Shrondi, Coffins and profession of faith 0,002 per- head; no good ones on market. Plug hor7 03 1133 I alio keep constantly on hand a full line of Bobei, ., 9 20 II 40 " Lexlucton and the Commissioner of recently, on elected 7 31 12 20 MchoTas,llle... ........ U 03 an advance of more than 1,200 orer se from $40 to $90 per head. Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. 7 M 12 47 12 M Common Schools, tot the latter office sons, " High Bridge.... S 20 116 VI 31 the previous year. There are 6,000 Elder Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. ' l)mllle......., Iter, J. A. llogle, J, M. Phtllpi, John I 20 In Memonam. 12 47 ' Juncllen City.- .N. Y. Deacons In the church. ... ,. 2 23 No. 13 SIX) Boiuersel S, D. Gooch are the can and 4,000 llrlght and Mr. Died la Sacramento, Cat., of that fell 3 40 2 3d A.M. " l'olut Uuruslde.. Herald. ....... 8 01) If 0 63 7u didates. destroyer, Consumption, Sept. 1, Henry B. ' ltockwuod .......... 7 32 823 ...... 40 The meeting at Crab Orchard, con- Collier. It seetua but yesterday, in our Bprlng City ...... . 8 30 9 33 10 23 Jouknamsu in Ktankokd. Strolling ducted by ltev. J. M. Bruce, closed Sun- miliJs he left lor a distant home among Arr. Cnsltanooga ...... N..18. No.. No. 4. No 0 down Main street the other day, we ran day after lasting twenty-eigh- t ulranpers lo recunerata his health: addlne day. The joy IH. A.M. A.M. A.M. and sunshine to the lliea of all who against our jovial old friend, Capt. Thomas result I twnly-eigh- t additions to the Bapa oo 730 7 as came in ... Chsttsnuogs.H,w Itlchards, who wears very gracefully hon- tist church and several who will join other knew him, but ueaui two youngtne uioom ui ..to. Spring City DEAIiEB IN- ... 7 80 7 03 933 .... ' lire whose manhood, severing ... 8 40 ar 7 40 IOCS " lCockwood ors received In two wars, when he enquired churches. The religious Interest aroused marriage had only been a lew tuori nionuis. 40 No.l. 132 ... . II " l'olut Burnslda..... 2 13 after the running of our engine and remark- in the community was never greater than Ufa's future. In lliem seemed radiant with .. .. 103 A.M. " Somerset... 30 333 2 VI It . Juuctlon City...... hope and glittering with joy. Only a few ed: "You didn't know I used to be a ' DanTllle ..... 2 41 3 40 3 41 at present. weeks before hia death a bright babe waa CIO 4 11 311 High llrtd-..but such Is the fact, and I was Carrie O. Graham, of Frankfort, who born to them that linked their lives closer 0 33 433 3 33 NlcholasTllle. HOltNi; NIIOKN, NHOK NAII.N, 703 S03 thinking yesterday of the progress that the was fearfully alUIcted with a cancer on her together to be left without a lather scare, ' lriluiftoa............ 903 403 7 33 3 20 CS1 4 2 " tleorgetowo.......,. printer' art had made in Stanford in a face and who was anointed by Rav. George He will be sadly missed from that place Arr. Cincinnati C30 7U0 1023 70 comparatively short apace of time. In 18C0, O. Barnes, write him that she ha entirely which no other can fill. To Ida stricken A.M. ALABAMA (IIIEAT BOUTHKHN. GarCollier, I recollect that the Chairmen of the Dem- recovered from the loathesome curse and ia parents, Mosea and Maryalster and of 9 00 L,e. ChatUuoogs. ............. brothcounty, Ky., an only rard . .. 12&3 Attalla ocratic Committee waa very anxious to aa well as ever. We understand from those er, we would offer our deepest sympathy. 13 " lllruilujbsul. ....... ........... ....... ...... 3 S3 CORN 3 have the announcement printed that some who saw her while afllicled that nearly (he Tia Ood who doeth all things well and ' Tuscaloosa 10 00 Arr. Meridian .. .. dlfllnguithed speaker would address the whole of one side of her face had been eat- cannot err. that called him home, and ..... 3 30 Meridian ........ though the cup be bitter 'tis beat to say good people on a certain day and lie pre- - en up. u Tuscaloosa 9 87 ............ .. ..... 12 21 " Birmingham....... Dtmocrut aay of the "Father, thy will be done." The Louisville vaueu on me 10 iry nnu gei oui a dim irom 2 80 Atulla.. Farewell, Henry, wa will meet on thla earth no EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, 6 30 Arr. Chattanooga..... mors, the scattering remnants of a defunct news Rev. Reed' attack on the Rev. Mr. the great hereafter, be too J 'VICKBDUKO AND UKUIDIAN. Barnes: It wa plain to be seen that Iota But roayw meet In suorv, paper office here. I made the attempt, but iossuiuidk 10 20 Lie. M.rldlsu.................. .. It took mo all night to find enough of a for notoriety waa at the bottom of It. The Ia the prayer of one who oed you. 12 30 " Forest. . M. K. 8. Lancaster, Sept., 1882. to do so and after the bill was set, It world ha learned to put a very low value "sort" " liraudoo 2 88 . " Jacksuu.. . .. !..... 8 6 QUEENS WAItB, GLASSWARE, clerical prelentlou. Bro had to be printed with a "plainer" and a on that sort of of I 2Q Arr. Viasburg Buckltn'a Arnica beauty It was I tell you. That was just 10 ther Barnes I worth ten thousand audi .. .... 8 00 VUkUirg.. The best salts In the world for Cuts, Ilrulses, Lis. Jackson 10 41 .. preachers aa the Rev. Mr. Itecd and Elder Bores, Ulcers, bslt ltheuui, Ferer Bores, Tetter, years ago and now we have a ..... 1128 .. HrsDdoo.. . ..... 1 41 . Chapped Hands, CullkUlus, Corns, and all bain " Furest. newspapei occupying It own building and Howe. Comont, &o. Also a ... ..... We had the pleasure In Cincinnati last Eruptions, and posltlraly cures piles. It la guar- Art. MetldUn printed on a fait cylinder press, driven by or money refundweek of again hearing the familiar voice of anteed to (Its entire satisfaction aale by Penny a VIC'KBnUltll. BIIUKVEPOKT AND PACIFIC. Bteam, If all our improvements had have For ed, VrlcaMcenlaperbos. 1110 I ... Lie. VlcUtmrg. kept pace with (he newspaper buainess, Rev. deorge O, Barnes and the sweet and McAHsttr. .". ... Delia 130 I 830 .........,.... I Arr. Monro.. be about the largest tender note of Mis Marie, a she sang Stanford would And tho Uilliont Oittn Away. I 730 old Hong so dear to all those who reMonro..... city In the. State. I congratulate you, my those Millions of Hollies tf Dr. Klna'a Mew Dlscotery Li. Delta .. 130 " I 3 00 I -boy, on your success and apparent proser-ily.- " member tbelr threo month meeting here for Consumption, Coughs and Culds, bare Uen Arr. Vlcksburg We thanked the Captain and moved several year ago. Service are held In glten away aa Trial Hollies of the largo else. This JOHN BCOTT, V, 1. snd Oen. Man. Cln.V- Bou. None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, flutteroutlay would be disastrous to lbs pro- U'y.Cturlunall.Ohio; E. I'. WIUiON, and on, musing that our succors was due more Melodeou Hall, corner 4lh and Walnut, a cuoriuoua prietors, were It not (or the rare merits possessed V. A. Cln. Bou. K'y, Cincinnati, 0.1 II. COLL-li- lt ing, &c, doue on short notice. AN. U. P. A. A. (I. H. K'y. Cbatlanna.Tonu., to a generous people, who are ever ready to handsome room caable of holding a 1,000 by this wonderful medicine. Call at 1'enny d A ill) V, U I'. A V.AM. Il'y, Vlekabur. and i J. II JOE F. UIUIHK.II. V A, Y., B. A 1'. T. M. JOHNSTON, Sftloflmon help a man who fa doing his best to succeed liersoni, and at night service every seat I lrug Btore, get a Trial lloltls Mlss.i DAVID 8KINNEH, I K'y, Monroe, La. taken, while often many are forced to try for yourself. It new falls to cure. than to any special merit of our own, $1 Mkat. HrlghlV per buahel at McAlhter A 2 NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK -- s store-houa- e, DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, n Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as theJLowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. D Lan- waah-atand- e !' A Hal-lee- OPENS SEPT. 5.CL0SES 0CT.2I.82' im dlrt-ros- d 1 77-- tl m PENNY & 1TOTIOB PHARMACISTS, McALISTER ARTICLES. TO BUILDERS 1 H. G. RUPLEY, MERCHANT TAXI. OK, Stock Stanford, A Splendid Kentucky, FOK NAI.E! 1 Fall and Winter d, 875-lb- ATTORNEY LAW, IHfill aul flQEUfi MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY day. u, THOMPSON! STAR TROUPE! Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, McAIilSTJGlfi &c, At SAIsXiSX:. B. K. Cincinnati New Orleans Tesas Pacific WEAREN, TJIVlE!K.'r,AJKE!It, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. T 1 Railway. E TIA.IBIIslEI DB&ftBB m wwmmmmmm e Parlor Suites, Cluunbcr Suites; also Uur rcaus, Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lawn tor Tables, Extension Stands, Corner Brackets, Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, y ..... sr0 iW HL -- iitseiK iioitsi: SHELLERS, . . r, .. Shelf Hardware, Iron, I Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, ....--.....,.- ...... L. ..... ..... Straw Cutlers, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, 5at. Semi-Week- -- ........... ..... . Sto ves,Tinware, Fruit Jars Gri'ocei'ie, iSalt, Xjime, THE CHAMPION STEEL FLOW, ........ 1 ...j .I 1 oenuiivk oiirvisu cmXaidBD raow. - r, Wjaor XJfjtRao.va TRinvTB xo xiikfakx-xn- , o.v nrnnr.KS, ciinrcn nun mo red tnan, and according rnousMimi,. ciitnicii iin num. NEW .T,ViM AT rOHl'KtT. to tho testimony of Uiosa who know tho riddles and , Mndying out I viiited Pompeii next day, and went T. w. vaannie. . varxom. J. M. Hma, I'.s- TVJKTIIOIIIST.SOUTll.-iU- Y vtallaci -- 3-Ht , parties it was consummated. In tho , Tho following worthy tribute to tho iMtZzlsfl havo tho nawtflfrlTivt nunn 11m ivaior. pri.nT.r.erynuniiay morning and went, T. W. ft W.B VAItNON, , Tho only rlunriavHrhooi farmer h from the pen of IWpk Wnl4o iLsaln Iftt running, jtwnplng, wrestling. straight to tho diggings. i rajer purling. nnrwiar mania. mcaniimo rumor, witu iicr tliousand A'ln'OUNMVH A.T Jj.V-WlllVVO A. M. 1 H. Mm., uprrliilfnlnl. The wonder is that anything is over dug up Woman a Mleslonarr Hocletf innta li.ra nn ilm tit tongiiM, spread tho tory far and wlilo Emerson : HTANrtmil, KY. etc., iinvo upon tlio liody. It is wcl1 nt all ; tho process is ridiculously slow, (Mire In Owsley ,1 Ron's new ImlMlng-i- ip Tlio glory ot tho farmer is that In tho known that moderate excrciso ot this stair. Sunday in earn inontn, at I o'clock. Mrs. T. T, Octobor 3, 1882 till it reached tho homes of tho Living OarleM, I'mldent. Tuesday Morning, division of labor it is his part to create; kind strengthens tho llmli, dovelopg Uio oven for Italy. Tlio director sit all day stones iu Now York. Tho Lieutenant' J. M. II. O. KAUi-FMABAITINT.-- II. snd FourthIleum, raster. IVMlms on tho rnbbish heaps smoking, and dozHnnlars, ninrnlnr and A.t IjA-av-, mother was plunged in to an execs of all Irado rests nt last on his prlmitivo muscles nnd makes a person skillful in ens of night. VrttfT Meeting eeery Wednesday after, children fllo up nnd down with I.ANCAHTKII, KY. k'rr-o.v- :. noen. Hunday HcbotA at fl.M a. . II. K. Harrow activity. Uo stands eloso to nntnro'; ho nny o; tho exercises ho may choono to sliamo and indignation nt her sou's conMailer IVinimlaaloher and Guintj Attorney, Will Hupetlntenitrnt BT HUOtKE . HALL, obtains from tho earth tho bread nnd practice Just so with guessing riddles. tholr boskols'of earth, wlilY n fow Idlo praellee In all the IburUof (latnr.l ami aillnlnlng tlllrTIAt.-Worihfpduct ; tho father had a fit of most hr the congregation peasants shovel up n fow lazy pndofuls conn I Ira and In the Oiiit of Apprala. race, and tlio vnlinnt nU meat ; tho food which was not ho causes To do this all tlio powers of tho intellect f j iini a u.T. rrraening hy J. w, I'm nt n time Still, tha first I saw wns tlio en Mrst and Thlnl IiM'a daj s. ir Punlay Hchool I'm twenty-onyean old to be. 'man started for tho West, determined ALEX. ANDEItaON, nro called in play. It quickens nnd enat tia. Joe. rVfreranee, Mnperlntendenl, sldo of a dining-room- , ' An Independent mant uncovered only n Tho first farmer waS tho first man, lightens tho brain, expands tho Intellect to push on lor Fort Laramie, whatever n AT't'OUNHV A.'V IA-AnitltnllYTIUtlAN. HOUTIIlb'T. I H. The Ma' I Ioned la ta fow dnys. Ou ono sldo wns a bright W. I roe. pa.tor Nunday nchonl at 10. and all historic nobility rests on possess"ANVlM.r, KY., lions or Indians Iny in hi path, nnd , flence babyhood hrgen. ual organs, and at each fresh nttempt, picture of n lien I, rluiirrlntf ndrnt. Union Prayer Meeting on cock nnd hens in n great Will rracllte In thetlourtaof llojlnan.l to mother's apron strings, ion nnd uso of land. Tho farmer's ofllco csjeclnlly if successful, tho brain n.llolnlni Wrdimdar nights this most unnatural aud dangrrou slate of oxcitmcnt over a largo basket onnllesaml In the Uwrt of Apprala. - T ! u Hee I Iit onhtrown, is prcciso and important, but you must liaison from going further. Out on tho gronter capacity nnd skill It otgrntiinud ITi'gledly my daddj'e wlnga cherries, all upset Land-seMABTBHHON PEYTON, not try to paint him in roso colors. Yon makes young persons quick, sharp, 1883. plains dreadful stones of Indian muoaa A G&AVjMGntBWATIOH. 1682, To mil upon my own. A-- l I'J'V could not havo dono It Itotlcr.. Tho I..VAV, CToriu and todcr trouble) camo to Ids cannot mako pretty compliments to fato shrewd and observant, and when thoy and Rxtumaa KnarAaartiiuxTT, crcs fondness of tho Pompcllans for birds, I.IIIMITV, KY. Af man, a UU young man, Will practice In all thu Oourte of Oa.ey ami adears, and tho old fellow hurried back to and gravitation, whoso minister ho is. nrrivo nt years of mnturity it fits them beasts Somi-WcekA proud young nun am I; and fishes is vrry nnd Interior Journal I lie Uoiirt rountlea, and Appeals, Ho represents tlio necessities. gout and civilization. It is tho to sol vo correctly nnd advantageously to thoy always seemed to boapparent, Tho joining attention glrcn In collections. olODIcw oer My youth U don, I'm twenty-on- e (prclal to dining. It. T. i'lerce's Blot. And the lAUlnllle o?" t&o themselves tho great puxzlo of life. V I'm old enough la fly. Beyond tho Itocky mountains tho beauty of tho great economy wealth of cooking npjmmtus in tho mu1)11. J. O. OAIU'ENTEH, Riddles aro of very high antiquity. seum is Fort Laraiuio idyl .was ncariug its. end, world that makes his comeliness. lie it nstonishing. You hnvo sauce' Now I can Tot for President bends to tlio order of tho seasons, tho Tho firjt one that wo havo nny account A few months of hnppinoss went by,' tlio 8TANKt)!lt. . KENTUCKY pans perforated with countless holes, In Upon election day, One jeer Inr .1. psprrs ler Utile 'mora o Office orer Holt. 8. 1. file's store. Office hours old chief loving tho young man as his woather, tho soil and crops as tlio sails of wns proposed by Samson to tho young most I Inn the price of one. elaborate patterns every An' noMjrUlwoId me Runday nights, troin I to m and T to t r, II. men of tlio Philistines, aud thoy wcro son, tlio daughter evidently finding an of tho ship bend to tho wind. Ifo repVif n UU Idiun to etsy. kind of boiler nnd caldron : iiM.silnitue tJsoymi wiurecrlre forone year IskfTny gingham aprons off, earthly poradiso with her soldier lover. resents continuous hard labor year after given soven dnys to answer it, and thoy casts for jellies i. jwii Iflr win, ine representing tho pros- J. J. WILHON. reprrMnlstlfe newspaper of the JSmilh, ami the jjAlongTuilod coat to wear, Hero wo touch tho shadow ot a great yenr nnd small gains. certainly would havo failed had not Sam- trate hare and tho sucking OKN'I'IHT, wst, aMesl lamlly Weekly In the pig ; ladles, Anion my ebln 111 noon begin Ho takes tlio poco of seasons, plants son's wifo given them tho answer. 8TANK0III), KY. Untied IMslee. Thw, wlio desire to eiamlne a mystery. Was her husband trno or To grow a crop o' hair. Mti.4e ol thelaiuiler-Joumspoons, skowcrs, dishes for roasting six Offlce and ran do so al ItcelJenre, Upper Main 81. thlsettleo. Caerus-i'also? All tho, soldiers know is that ho nnd chemistry. Nature novcr hurries ; Tho ancient sages and philosophers of eggs or n dozen , eggs at once, toasting- Af yonsg man, atom by atom, littlo by littlo sho flrccco and Romo wcro in tha hnblt of man, till suddenly left tho garrison with a scout 1.BB P. HUFFMAN, forks, grid Irons and fancy machines for A proud young man am I j ing party. Was it to obey tho call of nehioves her work. Tho former tits solving puzzles, nnd thoy would also pastry STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Below my non my mnstsche grows nnd delicate confectionery, what KY, BTAKFOKI), duty, or had ho tired cf his Indian bride? himself to nnturo, and acquires that send them to each other. Archimedes, in Elizabeth's day I'm old enough to By. DEPOT 8T,8TANr1)UI, KY Office South aid Main Btreet, two doors above wero called "conFor tho rest tho old chief saw that his livelong pntionoo which lolongs only to when ho rushed from tho bath crying ceits." In Pompeii the Myers Hotel. I? itself tho Pure Nitrous tlilJe () administered when rebeautiful prairie flower was fading, Tho her. IIo must wait for his crops to out "Eureka I" (I havo found it I) had No mora will daddy's raspln Toton, 0...WI2IE, quired. jtfTf-ttuid wlno amhono let Into lals, and of Ex loud u an outdoors, rest is soon told. In a few short months, grow. solved a problem that had puzzled him mosaic It. O. MOIIOAN, U. I) H work of colored marblo, aro Bound opthe clumber etslra to mat iiKat.it IK h His entertainments, his liberties and for a long time. in giving birth to a beautiful child with njiSrvi'iMV, among tho quaintest features of tho Megoan'.do thechoroa. , Menuaifiile, In Htanford ono week Riddles aro also mentioned in somo of Will I tlio sanctity of a great sorrow resting ou his sponding must bo ou n formor's scalo The younger boys may milk the com ruined shops. I saw in another now vfeach month, from firit Monday, lMital ruoma llrad.tune. ' An' feed lie stock tha'r hay, Tablets, Ac not a merchant's. It wcro as falsa for tho fabulous stories of heathen mytholo- part it littlo brow, Paulino died. And about In 81, Asaph llol.l, oier McA liter A llrlghl-n flno dining-roofound threo tSrwslcn.lAt Ianraater thnv weeks of rarh luenlh M.ll.ie Work U. While I will UU braakfset lime to uso n wholcsalo nnd mossy gy. Tho Sphinx, who was said to bo th'roo weeks after tho young lif o perished farmers o( all kinds months ago, with somo of tho loveliest from third Monday Dental rooma In Minn lluuw ... I'm twenty-onneatly eirru (feoslgn) Pure, nitron, oild gsse adinlnlitrred half woman and half lion, and who lived too. In tho meantimo, many of tho expense as for States to uso minute econted and satisanimal pointing ininjinablo. Tho first when nereuary. CAorva 42 If had left to quell soma Indian omy. faction uar- soldiers near Thebes, would ask every ono who section of tho walls A ! Hired. all around repretnan, Ull young man; IIo has great trusts confided to him. camo to sco her n riddle, and if thoy did sented tho boldest disturbances that wcro occurring at tho signs A proud young man am I ; ' scenes under tho sea frU.fTT1BatoJeibeaJt' on appllea Below my noae my mu.tacbo growt tho wholo story of Paulino's Iu tho great household of naturo tho not guess it sho would devour them. time, and a conger struggling with an octopus, I'm old enough to fly. ly lion. dcatli was unknown to them. It was in farmor stands at tho door of tho broad-roo(Edipus was tho first ono to break tho a shark bTANKOIlit, KY pursuing its proy, a shoal offish tho beautiful days of early autumn, and and weighs each loaf. It is for spell. When ho visited tho sphinx sho flying through tho water, all glittering W. P. WALTON, - Proprlotor. AN IDYL OF T1I12 PLAINS. tho rare enchantment of tho matchless him to say it men shall marry or not propounded tho following riddlo : nnd fresh. Tho middlo section dealt " What is that walks on four legs in with birds and wild fowl boating, flying, spring of 18GC tlio narrator was Indian summer lay over everything. In Early marriages and tho number of In tho jeofrie, Wi50. Klsht rout lele set. ol Pten- ery Beaiinf capacity, inclining gallery, ivo birtlis nro indissolnbly connected with tlio morning, two legs nt noon nnd threo quarreling, diving ; and tho serving' in tho Second United States tho dying glories of i rarely beautiful lloional.le rates to food attractions. Address upjwr and as sbors. day in tho fall of 1807 tho soldiers wcro on abundance of food. Tho farmer is a nt night?" caYftlryyond was stationed at Fort Laralargest section gavo flcrco hunting to tho garrison. As they ap- hoarded capital of health, as tho farm is (Edipus answered without hesitation mie. Previous to this thcro hod been returning scenes a horso pursued byn lion, naox is a man,. In infancy, which is in desert much troabloVfth tho Indians, hut at proached iU familiar .surroundings they o( wealth, and it is from him that tho scenery sprang ujwu by a SYMPTOMS OF A College. thfttUhae a profound peaco Lad suctho morning of life, ho crawls on his tiger ; and all theso health and power, moral and intellectual, were surprised at seeing a largo wcro set iu scenery of other soldiers in tho garrison of tho cities come, Tho city is always hands and feet; in middle ago, which is ceeded, and soldiers and Indians wero ol great force, variety and character .STAMOIIU, KY. Ioss of Appetite. Dowels costive, l'aln In Later recruited from tho country, Tho men noon, ho walks erect on two; in old ago woods, rocks, rivers nnd living on the most friendly terms. In mustered around somo object. the Head, with a dull sensation in tha groen hills. back part, l'nin under the Bhoulder they discovered that many Indians wero iu cities, who aro centers of energy, tho ho leans on a crutch, which serves as a tho neighborhood Spotted Tail was staTlio corridors and ante-rooof this With a Full Corps of Teachers, blade, fullness aller eallng, withora mind. of trade, and tho women supplementary third foot," to eiertion body tioned with a wliolo band of red men, in tho party, and thought that some- driving-wheehouso nro equally rich, tho walls copiIrritability of temper. cf Low spirits, with Chaucer, tho old English poet, wioto ously vignetted with thing of an unusual character must bo of beauty nnd genius aro tho children warriors, squaws, and papooses, numbera feeling of hating; noslectcxl somo duty. figures lwarfs on Thlsln.lllutlon will ten Its Thirteenth Heeekin Weariness. Diiaino.s, 1'lutteiins; at the) on I he id Mnndsy In rteptruber neat. and grandchildren of tho farmer, and aro several riddles, and Otway and Dryden, stills, street ing in all something over 3,000 souls. transpiring. Heart. I)oU before tho eyes, Yellow Ukln. Bcencs, animals. In ono Headache aisnerally orer tho rliht eye), approach and n few moments' spending tho energies which their fath who lived opposite each other on tho room thcro is A nearer Many of tho females of Spotted Tail a purfectly whito suit Iteatlossnesa. with fitful dreams, hljhly ALL THE DIUNCIIKM OK A wcro quite good looking. But among observation and inquiry revealed tho ers' hardy, silent lifo accumulated in samo street in London, would often of marblo steps iu utu, bclouging to colored Urine, and a nbao was more beautiful than significance of tho scene. Spotted Tail frosty furrows. nrfluso themselves by sending riddles . them all CONSTIPATION. fountain. THOROUGH ENGUSHC0UB3E Ho is a continuous benefactor. Ho nnd conundrums to each other. tho daughter of1 tho old chief himself, and his wholo band with all tho soldiers TCIT'S l'l I.I.S nrr r.pertally adapt ed to What relation is vourfathfrVtinly broth- aurlirnsrs, iineiloan eflerta auelin change) Tlio learned and eccentric Dean Swift who digs a well, constructs a stono ot tho garrison had turned out to celeSpotted Toil Are taufht, as well as of feellne; na tu natnnlali tli autrerer. to you ? Yonr molherof, Tner Inrreauw iii ApcMif I lei. and eeiuM the Tho soldier who tells tho story docs brate with the most solemn Indian rites foundation, plants an orchard, builds a wroto a great many very excellent rid tr iKHly to Take nn t1rti. thus the system Is MUHIC. Till! LANOUAOKH. DIIAU-IArllwia on tb nmirtahed. and tjr not remember tho girl's Indian name, tho funeral of tho old chiefs daughter durablo house, reclaims a swamp, or so dies. Lord Byron's riddlo on tho letter Q AND FAINTING. Iilaestleei Slrvana, KesTMlnr Mi,rfle are ITIcw i. CTCtv. aa Murray at.. X. T. " H" is pcrhnps tho best in tho English bnf kqows thai sho was known to all and her child. Tlio bl no coals nnd gild- much as puts a stono scat by tho wayCO. garrison as Paulino. Tho most classic-an- ed Imttons of tho soldiers, mingled with side, makes tho land so for lovely and language. & AWARDED Charles Dickens, when young, was tcathetio of mortals could not deny tho fantastic attiro and picturcsquo disdesirable, makes a fortuno which ho InTultloo, prlrr r.nm from IK to tM In IV her !beauty. Sho had ri good forehead, a play of color shown by tho braves, tlio cannot carry away with him, but which very fond of guessing riddles, and John Hair It Alans WiiMxra. rhsncnl imnuaar rrnilif Ieirtinrnta. I'rlniarr. ISS: Interniedlati llLscK traalnfleai4iratlonuf thialirK. IllmIIU; 1'reparaUjy, ISO, and UJIml.le, fa. B. Oough, tho great temperance lecturer wailing of tho Indian women, and tho is useful to his country long aftera natural color, acta ln.untaneuualy d head, features almost Greeiold y Drusnrl.ts, or sent by sipreM on receipt of II. , who was n schoolmate of mine was cian in their outline, and a form that any funeral rites, made all tlio moro solemn ward. For full particulars, as la Hoard, .ie.,aJdrMa DVTHt umi-r- 33 mthhav nt., mkit rout. m ISCiL tl tMSb l.lrra.U famous when n boy for his powers of MKN. N. !. TKIII'.IIHAKT. rrlnrlpHl, (lie. Itll-and imprussivo to tho mind of the solWho aro tho farmer's servants ? Geolwoman might envy, it was so exquisitely ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, UI r. rulU4 I KrraleU Ul - i.fllr.ll... 'Unird, UnrotnCb., Cy diers from tho novelty nud mystery conogy and chemistry, tho quarry of tho imitation, and ho was also noted for his rounded, and yet so graceful and statuaptness at guessing riddles. nected with them. Tliesa ceremonies air, tho water of tho brook, tho lightesque Her. dross set off all those beauand Saw In fact, I bclievo if tho history of all Steam Engine ties to tho utmost advantage. Sho was wcro celebrated on a small elevation or ning of tho cloud, tho casting of tho . tho men of genius and talent could bo 18 years of I age, and walked with a firm, a mound. In tho soldiers' ceremony at worms, tho plow of tho frost. Long beiklbltd al AUol la 1B81, TfWaatHMTS nUK ritC ClltOUt THIS TMl IttT Manufacturer s of Sttam Entinei, Itollara. traced to their would bo decomin which every movement it Fort Laramio Spotted Tail and his fore ho was born tho sun of ages graceful gait, Lath Machine.. Hub - Kxbmsx Jrw.2rth. 1W. Saw Milli. HanrKJrert, s of them wcro fond and 8 poke Machinery. 8bftlnr. Ilanitra, Ul.tfUWtlr iMdUrtUIiM whole baud, tho old chief riding ahead, posed tlio rocks, mellowed his land, found that seemed perfection. Sho was wonderfully dirsMMeWl mm! f nrtti.i ta.r rvrwi Vt boito4i Uearlnr.UrlitanJ 1Hour Villa and intellectual ra4 trathi llr I I rmmf4 t.M lhm I bsf neat in her personal appearance, and her followed by all his warriors, nnd tho soaked it with light nnd heat, covered it of this Sead rortftlal Clrrilarof or.o. 1'laataUga stJWp I ' ' lOHMMltttatmiaitl. saw Hill, nklck wa Mil fur tvl m ttsttUMMtOrt. lfll fotuttiat miMrmmt hak was always dressed in tho prettiest wholo company uttering frightful moan-ing- s. with vegetablo film, then with forests, amusement. James 11. Marsh, in GoldI I iml bofe I lute recently oifird In Klrlituond a larce and Mt Ie r. w tbt mar I ol luej PC iuflrrj li f.t I i.i lhA i,J khaMAM, complete timing Mill, and am prrrrd tofurnl.li lbshs Tho squaws, many of them mount and accumulated the sphagrum whoso en Days. and ,6str .becoming stylo, and never ..) DsHf94l4Wejje.fi 1 5 i'spi esery kind of l.,.3Cir?.1 )vtm. hung' loosely and slovenly about ber ed on ponies, camo with their hair dis- decays mado tho peat ot his meadow. I fl V "IU D'rwhll-- h mrlaWffwtaejtrwrtW-le- J AS HAD AS A llJ.TTr.lt. lOJiyiM UU im t 1mrr if mm nn J I W.UsaHIWI IbeMa, heveled nnd hanging loosely over their hcadas'Ylid that of most squaws. BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Tocvury youiiir, nuuai u; orolit mn Tha most striking (in two senses) WnoKVEit, by word or mouth, or by No wonder tho old chief, her father, shoulders nnd tho front of their persons. troubled with nervoua or rhyicU liabiliSpecial attention ilren to Plantation ty or irarotrncu 04 ,i!ol ciixular U nt tiling about tho hatter's art, iu old times cxprcsaivo siCircular iuiralU loved her, or that all the Indians, as Looking around them tho soldiers soon shrug of oyobrow.yir by 8rnt RCMCDY ou postnl carl to fro HARRISfull milrts CO. flt. Louis, Mo, when felt hats wcro mado by hand, was CO., tVciiilicrlioHrillnt;, & well as tie wholo garrison, felt "the beI'lonrlu,;, saw tho placo designed for Paulino's lence, or by stroko of pen, endeavors to Wawanty urtvlYounttduur rvini, John Jt irufrr Sit., Cincinnati, Jlauid and tM ecavmrejit of thu. nign influence of her presence. But in scpulcher. On tlio top of fgur upright givo a false and injurious impression re- tho beating up of tlio felt. Dipping tho Dooi-h- , Nimli, IIIIiiiIh, I.iiiIih, of wool and hair, from which his all tho'garrifion thcro was no one who posts tho warriors placed a plain whito specting another his character, his moss fabric was to bo formed, frequently into NIiIiikIch. MniiltliiiKM, N.itlr-wiij- h, conceived' for her so great a passion box about four feet wide, nino feet long, opinions or his actions violates-th- q hot water, tho hatter was then wont to RELIABLE SELF-CURor who saw his suit met with so much and four feet deep. This box contained ninth principle. It is this which introCELEBRATED ininto society, and fly at it, as if in passion, and giro it a duces all A faeorlte rrrarrlDtlon of one of the) favor as a young Lieutenant in an Paulino, nnd in it tho Indians placed As I ill at price, such as th arlklea esn l most notea ana .ucceesiui ,iectftiiis in in u. n, ItOUeht III tiul..lll. t'llirlnnali fir oilier wI.i.Im fantry, regiment stationed in tho fort various articles for tho young woman's all bitterness into religious and political violent beating with two sticks, ono held ;now retirsdi fortherurocf ATreMa nenutfiff aale houvs, I ant sure I rsn make it lo youi in each hand, til! it was matted together Lo.t 31a eaieee au4 gtrtmu. rwul I am Lieut. Livingstone was tho scion of a uso iu her journoy to tho hnppy hunting-ground- s. controversy. Lyman Allot. lo tronlu home Imlltullons, UplaloaealsdsnTslopeVoo. UnifilstscaaBII '. also a practical into tho felt, which, in timo, after nuCO., LovleUaa. ata. Address OR. WARD worthy Ifaw York family, proud alike of Among theso articles woro This is tho Pickwickian form which a merous combings and dressings and IME 0ISHSCJ Oh , tho purity of their blood, tho honor of buffalo robes, various kinds of furs nnd nd MANHOOD their family namo and their undisputed skins, two saddles, nnd two dirks with Western editor adopts to nbuso a rival : Bhcorings, becomo tlio stylish beaver "Our esteemed contemporary, tho mis- worn by tho men of fifty years ago. A.CUIDCTOMEAITH WITH' And atll lreiilnd til fiirtil.il JralriiK rn.t i.tltn. 1. wealth. Ho was a person of fine, manly d handles. There OUT MEDICINC Ibr bulldini.andall kind, of scrull work. scurrilous periodical Tho hatter seemed to bo very mad at V AI'lllMI IAV..I Mtear'e presence, and, as tho narrator believes, wcro also threo bows nnd n bunch of erable, Tint I ant dolna no smsll butiiiesi, csn n Judg.yi.7ee" f tuierliIU nee I IIhiiH Irtil i . ......,i ed from the fsrt tliat my bank account runs from this object of his labor nnd " mad as a Villi Lrif. I, gentkv arrows, niado after tho fashion of tho published ou Larimer street," ekaMLART'li.lir an honorablo and J I, SOU to IJ.Oucj r week. and alidil (Juaii.. 11 CO llil hatter "needed no explanation in those Coutrattlo; and bulldlnf duns prouplly and at ami Middle- Itrll 11.llA.1a If1 undefined, undcflnable "Pr,. wlil.li rnH, By that Choycnno tribe, of which Spotted Tail IMoiprlrcs. Address I'rliM o I.v Egypt thcro is a lliiiesi.' 234, 9,t. rWAtfti days. liurllnyton ( VL) Free Press. Bomethkig, call it love, magnetism, '. N. NrAr'r'OltD. eoi.;r nnd his family wero members. Mllsykss, Wis. THE PUOLISHER D.. body called tho Chamber of Notables. electricity, what you please, there Tho box being tilled and placed on tho Tho Notables cocrco tho Khedive, and Willie's grandma was trying to teach sprang up in the hearts of both these poles, the chief made a signal that it -tho nrmy chiefs cocrco tho Notables. him tho proper way of handing anything young pcoplo a mutual feeling ot sym- should bo brought forward. A number to a person, when ho asked, "Well,1 pathy and affection for each other. ot ponies from outsido ot tho cemetery XEVHPAVKU UKVOItTKllS. gramma, it you was going to hand n Spotted Tail may not at first havo wcro brought in. Out of all that great It is a great mistako to supposo tha-a-ll wasp, would you hand it by tho sting ?'' with favor upon his daughter's herd there was selected ouo beautiful looked that is required to mako a good ro wiuutitu xo uiriuk. choice, tut, whatever bad opinionhemay animal They then placed on tho pony porter is a liberal education. A reportOno of tho Now England rogimonts Th lm entLVit to the effeeU of mlltma. of the Lieutenant wa3 changed their choicest Indian gear, spotted ribhavo had. er's position is ono requiring tact, judgta Hoiuttcr'a Btomach Ultteri. Tbla medwhich went into tho notion at Second by a littlo episode in which the bons, beads, feathers, etc. icine la one of the moat xpular remcUlta of Spotted ment, courago and a thorough knowl-edg- o Manassas hod been on short rations for so age of suoceaaful nroprlrtary apecldca. Lieutenant was a participant. Somo of Tail then got down from his pouy, which and la tn lmmenae demand wherever on of tho world, and tho raw college. two days, and on that morning somo of thte Continent fever and aruo cxltte. A the Sioux- find lately leen preying on was similarly decorated. The first pony, graduate can no moro hold satisfactorily wlncglaaerul three tlmca a day la the Lest the companies hadn't a single hardtack possible preparative tor encounterine; u tho garrison and hod stolen their horses. from tho caro bestowed in its selection, a reporter's position than tho reporter left. malarloaa atmosphere, regulating the liur, As the fight opened and tho bul Spotted Toil's men wero houUlo to them, , was supposed to bo tho best in tho par- could satisfactorily fill a professor's and invigorating the stomach.. Druggists i'ortale by allgenerally. and Dealers , eagerly-fo- r tho Tengeanoe ty, and tho other, as it belonged to the chair. Reporters aro born not made. lets began to sing, ono of tho men ... which tlioy knew their white friends chief, was, of course, thought not to They havo bocomo a class as indiBponsa-bl- o rushed up to his Captain nnd shoutod out: would jiiJt'ou jfjo Sioux. A littlo band rank far behind it in excellence. Theso to tho demands of modern civiliza"Say, Captain, can I bo oxcusod?." of soJdiuS' Iu wHichynM included Lieut. ponies were, according to tho Indian's tion as the locomotivo or tho clcctrio "What for?" Livingstone" started oiit, accompanied theology, deslgnod for Paulino's uso telegraph and if, whilo tho tired world " I want to go back nnd hurry up our by two Indian guides fiom Spotted during tho long journey sho would havo slumbers, unconscious of tlio midnight TiuTh band. Tho iarty traveled all to mako lieforo reaching tho happy tramps, through wind and rain of tlio provision wagons." " Can't sparo you fall into lino tho night jQirough u wont romantio country; huuting-groundTho skins and buffalo reporter if, for ono jpXcenuy jiad n subllmo and rugged robes placet! inside tho sarcophagus night, ho wcro to sasjiend his labors, wagons nro ten miles away." "Yes, I know thoy nro," protested CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RY. grandeur, aud they puswxi over high wcro for her uso through tho long winthen tho public would rcolizo tho dobt mountaiu!i nud ncaliil tho edges of deep ter when she would havo to wear fur it owes to tho "Knight ot tlio Noto tho soldier, "but I'vo got hold of a blamod fool who'll bet two to ono that precipices. When morning caino thoy about her for a cloak and around her Book." Ihlladclihla J'rvii. THE ONLY LINK ItUNMNU I can't mako that ten miles iu fifteen rotUioBlyiix, killed a groat number of foct for moccasins. All tho othor artiminutes 1 Lemmo go, Captain, nud I'll them, recovered their horses, took many ODD TIIIXUS JO JSUT. cles had dclliiilo uses according to Inwhack up half tho bet." iluo animals fiom thu ludiunn and rifled dian cupcruulurulism, but tho signifiSnails aro favorilo food at fashionable tho ilescrU'U cnuip of much rich lwoty. cance ot most of them tho soldiers could breakfast iu London and Paris. WITH VNDOUUXKDLY XllK OLUl'.HT IXtl.lll. -STESjA-IWC'Tfiojwurihadj Lonuvur, been hotly not determine. Ileindccr moat is considered a good 1TAXT. tho Indians' fighting like tigers. Sleeping Coaches I In tho account it was dated that Mrs dish at somo fashionable dinners iu Now Capt, Joe," tho local chief of tho Pullman Hut no ouo.pu tho.sido of tho whites had Liviugstouo, mother of tho Lieutenant, York. Washoo Indians, Bays that thcro is a fought with so much flerccuess as Lieut. Mexican gourmets cat moukoy nnd squaw living in tho outskirts of Carson was scarchiug for her son's child. Her to do all Is of Livingstone. tlio Best u IIu scciufd search will bo in vain, for it died u short parrot ficib, but both aro said by tho who is neai ly 160 years old. Iter grand-soCity FJRiiros. Try us. of Stylo iife, but fought with a timo alter tho death ot its mother, and writer in Chamber' at tho ago of CO, was ono of Gen. Journal to tnsto To bravery that was tho admiration of all its littlo sarcophagus is placed on a dry nnd insipid. Fremont's guides who'i ho crossod tho A efimbtiuttloH or 7Va who uw it, Tho Indian guides brought T1IUOUOIITII Crocodile- steaks nro said to bo iopuhir plains. smaller and shorter system ot raised liKiUtruf I fin, J rm (ii ii Cuwwi CUy Xev,)Enlcri)rUc. llarkUHtl t'liutfihorui In bock thejr, chief lit story of LUiug-stouo- 's poles beside tlutt ot l'auliue, at tho Jardin des Plauto, Paris. Tho a SMihiluUe furui, Thm in America! vulor, and, as tho Indian prizes only )irriHirutiun of Iron " Jounnie, hero you aro at tho break- Grandest Scenery Lieut. Livingbtono was not present at flesh is described as dclicuto and that trill not blacken tha uotliiug so highly uh bravery, 8iotU)d Connecting direct In IVnn. lriot tir tho intombmont of lib bride, nnd was with a slightly-musk- y trrlh,'o rhunirlrrltllevf fast tablo, and your faco is unwashod," taste. filhrr Iron lirriuirtitloHM. Tuil from that mouiuut looked u'xmLiv- - not heard ot by tho garrison for a long Tho now Chiiioso Minister brought said his mother, with a sharp look. 1 havo u.i'1 llu. lUlila.u'u Iiiun 'luM prutlru, aad In au uii-r- l. Y. years Iu luudlclue. bavucti.r fuuud anrildnjr toiiltn , tliarvsult. Hut IMI' liAHTau'a trraly-a- u . timo afterward. Later rumors state with him, among othor delicacies, a lot know it, ma, I saw tha animalcules in Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. VaSWS?? H?1'" "i" I HOY I UN It. uoca. ; iu miur iuii m ninuu. j Tusirsuoa. ri'iui '7p pua.auuaaiin-aud- ., iiosrt.licdcondlUunuf tbekloud, IhUpcerlrMnuiidy haalumy T luvlv souia uuili rlul oiio of thotu ffiuiiilbhJiMi which nothing positively that ho is dead, and it is said ot sharks' flus, bird's uest, rico brandy pa's mlcroseopo last night, nnd I ain't I The Only Direct Uoe to baOlvd souio of our most i tulneut Pli) slclans, hat u ) Irlilvd Pi this nn at sud lurumiiarC itet that have 1 invn'rlUelt luprtfiutnce tuauy Iruu priparsiluu wane, Ju ablarvinedy, but death ean minder. rut, suili a cuiuihAiuJ ho ended his rather romantic life ou a and a kind ot vuko never seen by Amerigoing to havo thoso things crawling all Ull. ltOUfcltP bAMl OS IU, 1IAUI.U HWn UV 1. Ul'CIMII i. nir nnruni Virginia anil Iho C'urolliiHH. he IjiL'i.. tin. Nuv atlh. Isvtl aTiuiu weut on; and thcro crept into aim win Av.nne. can bakers. voyago to F.uropo. over my faco with their funny littlo IfHit color lullm Ulooj IudWilifJ tho old, old story Tickets are on sale at principal Tlikct Offices, Among tho raro dishes at tho last an- logs." nuiiirui nriuiiifui rone ro Mrr Clelmtr vi only onu girl ,ln fiv auJat theUeueral Office oHhe C 4 O. Hallway, the tlliitutlr omana anil piMaopaJuinud sweetuoM of a great liu nd ml can be happy a clergyman' nual dinner of tho WentphaHau Zoologi-ca- l at 310 Weal Mutii Htrrt-I- , l.uiiUtille. tirrpoiis a.fein,iHii.fnrr wife; but 41 only about on man In five Jove. at'illcal'l lo lltnrrul f Tutuue nro 250,000 Hebrew iu tho Society wero cutleU ot lioness, a Information, sJJre.i J. IX EUNBT, Vvr further Dtbllllu, Iami .ll' paland In lited of a clergyman' hundred General Huulhweslern Agent, IahiUi Ills. Lieut. Livingatouo .misted on e etIf, I'nutratlan of Vital llnltod 8Ufi wife, we don't fee what Mary la Krowllnif ragout ot badger, btcaka from ISiwtra ami imiuttehte I J, W.KMITJI, II, V, FIH.I.KH. counKant m hae four women among her acoordini to tho rite ot tlio about. crocodile (ieu'l I'ass'r Ag't. MANUFACTURED Uen'l Uauaner, BiTHE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO.. 213 N, MAIN ST." T. LOUIS. ty au(ierint(ndenU. sSiri'OKr), icy. Jl - .. i5-c-lj, Airronivjav e j it McKI-Joh- pro-ve- Oood-Jb- y res ke er AlToitr ly Weekly Courier Journal no-twiw iwirirr-jouma- lo ? ,, HUIKHION DI0NTIHT, 'oil-pot- p t mmEJ! 11 e OPERA HOUSE. TUTTS "It PILLS con-cour- se Stanford Female TORPID LIVER. Ulsln-cltnati- on ls ainter-Inda- N to LANE BODLEY TERMS MODERATE. well-forme- GOLD MEDAL TUTT'S HAIR DYE. a - RICHMOND fPIainEnglishl m 1 lK-m i boy-day- nino-tcnth- PLANING MILLS! high-tone- d $200. rt. BODLEY LANE heart-burnin- g I " FREE! B. 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