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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 6, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882100601_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 6, 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. - mukm 9tmi VOLUME X.-NUMBER mkiU G, ( mtfnal NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. Nict Soup. STANFORD, KY., ERIDAY, OCTOBER Protttt th Peanut. Tho Tariff Commission, which has found its way down into Norlh Carolina, has mado tho important discovery that peanuts and chalk aro in serious peril unless tho duty on theso Articles is increased. England, it seems is sending us largo quantities of chalk, whllo Africa is competing with us In tho production of the American luxury of poanuts. It is of course an outrago that English chalk and Afri can peanuts should dare to invndo our markets, but such, unhappily for tho chalk men nnd the peanut raisers, is tho fact. If pig iron is protected, why not peanuts ? There is not a political convention, a circus or n street car in tho country in which the American peanut has not mado itself heard and felt. Thousands and thousands of tho countrymen of Columbus peddle it and millions of Americans munch it in public and private. Wo are glad that tho Tariff Commission has at last grappled with tho peanut question. If it shall solve the prob lein whether tho American peanut has any rights which the African peanut is Ixuind to respect it will havo ac complishcd a great and useful task. At last tho country has found out what tho Tariff Commission was instituted for tho protection of peanuts. ' Tiik Hktout Saucastic Judge Tarbcll tells the following joko on himself. A short time after Ids re tirement from the bench ho happened to meet an old friend whom he had not seen for somo time. The Judge, all smiles and heartiness, effervesced over his old friend in such a way as to provoke tho inquiry : "What offico aro you a candidate He Didn't 1882. For I)y tpcpal a. ek Ifeattaeliei, 84. Bark. W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, I'ltltltnhnl Tiirifi l331t Bidner A man went into n 15 cent houso in Cincinnati, ono of thoso Editor and Proprietor places where dinner is nlwnys ready Butlnnt Manager from 0 o'clock In tho morning till sundown, nnd ordered dinner. Tho imif Yfif'ii', soup wns thick, but something solid nttrnctcd his ntteution within tho ANNUM. mysterious depths. Ho fished 6ut a picco of picklo. "Seo hero, waiter," ho said, "don't it look as though you was spoiling two good things ?" "Halloo I" said tho waiter, "givomc that. There's a man at tho other now calling for pickles. You didn't order any pickles, did you?" "No, nor I don't bcliovo I want this soup,1' answered tho man, ns ho went fishing again and extracted a o on Jonet. Wo hnvo novor charged tlmt ho lias on lot!i liclongcd to all parties and ides oftho Into wnr. We hnvo novor mill tint ho ii r fouilifcrous remnant of an ago now known only in ttory nnd in song. Wo do not mako fun of that speech winch has leen made nil over Kentucky for n generation poat, and in which tho frog is mado to get out of tho well so slowly that, il.ii. dpwn tlicro yet. Wo have novcr chargod that Col. Jones ran for tho electorship In order to pinko capital in this-- raco for governor. Wo havo not said that ho has cost tho democrntio party 0,000 votes hy his speeches, although many niodcrnto people think this n low estimate. Wo did not say in tho Democrat that his canvass among tho neighbors nnd friends of Tom Henry last Summer was with a view to tying them on to Jones as a candidate for tho governorship, nlthough it was plain thnt ho made no speeches whero ho was needed, and only went whero it would Ira to his personal advantage to go. We hnvo done none of theso mean thiugs, although wo hnvo henrd them talked altout wherover wo hnvo been. Wo need in tho gubernatorial chair something moru than a pleasant gentleman who roaches his hair, wears broadcloth and kid gloves and walks cuno. Tho masses with a of tho ieoplo do not feel that Colonel Jones is ot their order, nnd henco his weakness when a candidate lor o I lice. years This beat him when twenty-fivngo ho rau for Stato Treasurer, altho' tho candidate of the party in tho height of its jwwer. This Iclt him behind most ingloriously four years ago, mid prevents his having any considerable strength in the present canvass. Col. Jones has not tho slightest prospect of leiiig gov ernor, mid shows by his frctfulncss Clark that ho knows this to bo true. nu cork. "Well, bless me," said tho waiter, "if that ain't tho Identical cork to tho Worcestershire Banco Iwttle. Been missing two days. You don't want that, do you 7" "It's mine, nint it? Didn't I buy this soup?" "You can't eat corks. You bought tho soup to eat, not to carry homo for tho kids to play with. This aint no ac store." "It aint, hoy?" said tho uico man, "what do you call that?" Ho had been nngliug again and hooked tho leather end of a pair of suspenders. "That's mine, any way," said tho waiter. "That's personal property. Thnt don't leloiig to tho firm." "Mnylra tho head of tho firm is down iu here, too," said tho nice man. "If you over recover tho body, send his things homo with it to his family," and ho passed out into a purer atmosphere. bric-a-br- John Henry, tho masher, stood on tho corner with another ono of his kind, watching for a girl to como nlongwhom he might crush. At last n thin young woman from the rural districts camo by, and John Henry thought ho had found her. As slio passed lie said something about her being bony, but ho went after her, and, catching up, ho said: "flood ovening, Miss." "Good evening," sho replied looking nt him so suspiciously thnt ho hesitated. "Ahem, Mis, ahem, a " "Well," sho put In, "why don't you bark ?" "Bark? Bark? What do you mean? I don't qulto understand." "Oh, you don't? Why, out in our country a puppy that has had any decent training always barks when he finds a bono." John Henry didn't havo any thing moro to ny, and to this day ho is a changed man. oatl to net, Dlar-rlm- Olironle a, Jaundice1, MROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS AND Impurity of tho Illmxl.reTerand Ague, HalaFla, Weiiiar.ferf.lyi-n.ii-nil nil Dl.ra.es canted l De rangement of Liver, llovrels snd Kidneys. STMITOJII OP A DISKASKT) MVER. -- PHARMACEUTISTS. Opera Houso Block, -- Stanford, Ky., IN- Miilt-nl Had Ureath , I'.lo In Ihc Side, sometimes the mliUlen for pain It fell under ih Shoulder-bladgeneral lot. of appetite. llowele Kheumausra generally coture, sometimes alternating with lasj the head It troubled with pain. It dull and heavy . with considerable Ion of memory, accompanied with a painful tcntatlnn of leaving undone something which ought lo have Lecn done, a alight, dry cough and flushed face It sometimes an attendant, often mltuken for contumptlonj tho patient complain, of wearlnett and debility, nervout, eatlly ttartledj feet cold or turning, tometime. a prickly actuation of the akin cilttt. i pirita are low and ttpondent, and. although tatitfied that eiercite would be bene. ncial.yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to trr n fact, dittrutu every remedy. Several f the abort ivmDtome attend the..diteate. '. but cases. . . have occurred wnen dui- lew ot incm citsteu. yet eiamination after death hat thown lb. Liver to have beca catcnaivcly ucranged. IJ3ATaI5IlH DriigH, jiieiuicnlM, Pa I n tH, OIIh, WhII I'apcr. IfnoitM, ISiHlloiicry, NoHiiH. Wine, I.iniinrN, Clear, I.HUIDH, IVcciIIch. Our Jewelry, Sllrcrware anil iptlcnl (.'ooils Department Is In Charge of Tsl. Tlios. Itlcliards, who will llepalr Matches and C'Iocks Promptly nnd In the brit bItIp. Perfumery, IiiMriiiiiciitH, I'ackot TolmccAM, (,'nUlcrv. X'lre Arm, MhcIiIiic It alionld be u.ed by all persons, old and young, whenever any of tho above symptoms appear. Parsons Traveling or Living; In Unhealthy Lncalltlea.liy taking a dose occasion ally to keep the Liver In healthy action, will avoid aD Malaria, lllllnu. attack., Dlrtinctt, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc It will Invigorate like a glass of wine, but la no Intoxicating; beverage. If You havo eaten anything; hard ot tlla;eatlnn.orfcet heavy after meals, or sleep-le-a. at night, take a dote and you will be relieved. re 111 E. P. OWSLEY lias Just Opened a Fjno Stook of - BRAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of Founded on Facts: Billings met gold-heade- Cmbalmmg. e Know-Nothin- g County Democrat. A tent was pitched near Hot Springs, Ark., mid tho announcement of a show brought a crowd. Whon nil tho money obtainahlo for admission had been received, n stalwart negro wrestled with n monster hear. The combat was flerco and passed from piny to work as tho beast warmed up. Tho spectators screamed with excitement and it seemed to bo n question of life or death with tho negro. Bleeding and exhausted, ho finally got tho bear oQ tho stage, amid overwhelming applnusu. The assembly insisted uou an encore When tho tumult hnd reached its height, tho negro appeared, carryiug a bag. After acknowledging tho kindness ot tho spectators, ho stooped down, and drawing n knife from his pocket, commenced to fumhla with the bag. Tho peoplo supposing this to be somo new trick, preserved n hrcathleis sileuco. Then ho cut tho hag open and thero Issued from it n swarm of bees. As tho insects buzzed forth, thero was a movement of tho crowd, then n panic, and finally a wild rush was tnada for tho oxit. Some got out by cutting slits in tho canvas oftho tent with their knivw. Iforil boys .wltq killed Jesso James for a pecuniary consideration, aro not as happy us thoso who walk tho fields ElysJan.- - Thoy nro haunted revenge. hy tho spectre of Thoy aro now on exhibition nt Hun-nellMuseum, Now York. Tho other day Bob Ford rushed to tho manager's box !u great fright. Ho' hnd seen a woman, dressed in deep mourn- Experiments havo been mado nt tho New York morgue to test a process by which it is claimed dead bodies, though badly swollen nnd decomposed, can Ira restored to something liko n natural appearance, and preserved so that it will bo recoKnizablo after mouths of burial. Tho subject operated upon was tho oorpso of au unknown woman who had died of erysipelas. It was soft, black and blue, and out of all human proportions. An incision was mado in tho right leg nnd nn embalming fluid injected into tho femoral artery. Iu lees than half an hour tho body amumod its natural size, btcamo harder than in life, nnd ns tho degree of hardness increased tho discoloration disappeared, leaving it of marble Tho body of a man, whiteness. upon soved weeks before, had been kept unhurried without decomposition. It retained its natural appearance nnd wns without odor. A boy rushed into his father's presence out of breath: "Pa! Wo'vo got away with tho Shooflys and laid 'cm out, you bet your sweet lifo score 47 to nothing. I manipulated the sphere nnd sent hot ones over to tho man in the cngo, and when Dick pounded tho leather you ortcr seo Sammy put for tho field. I roped iu a tripple bagger, stolo home, and Johuy scared 'cm by two double baggers. I tell you it was n lively din motid, and tho umpire was awful rank." "Young man," said tho old man, "I don't know where you havo been, but I can not tolerate such language in this houso. Co mo to the wood shed." Tho heavy thwacklo-whac- k of n solo leather strap showed that justice had overtaken at last tho boy with slangy speech. , Sunday School Sronv. 'Tho 's ing, enter tho building, take a casual survey of it, and then leave, and iu woman ho saw tho wifo of Frank James, mid inferred tho neighboring presence ot Frank himself, who has taken, St is said, n deep oath to reAnds, venge his brother's murder. wherever the Fords go they feel that Nemesis is ou their track. Their agitation and fright at tho mere sight of a woman who resembles Frank's wife, show tho terror iu which thoy live, that and the haunting apprehension that sooner or later they will pay tho pen-nlt- y of their fame. Under euch circumstances mouoy and notoriety must Ira nllko distasteful to them. Somebody says that u boil and a policcmuu uro ofleu in tho wrong Yes, but of tho two, bring on placo. tho policeman. You can't get on tho right side of a lxiil by asking it to drink. Too Awfully Good. When a man takes great puius to conviuce you that he is telling the truth and that n man of his moral mako up is incapablo of telling a lio, it is safe to coucludo that his moral mako up has no moral influ ence on his present conversation. . If ono "hardly over" tells a lie you cau trust most of his statements, but if ho never, no never, tells a lie, don't believe a word he says ou any .subject. A dusty traveler stepped up to the Ho is too awfully good to practice any of tho ordinary virtues : This item baggago counter at tho Broad-stre- et station yesterday, and, handing overa may, or may not, couvoy a hint, as check, received in exchaugo a Sarato- strong us u hunk ot limburger cheese. trunk, and immediga mansard-ro- of Tho fight between Goss and Hill, ately becamo tho magnet for a score ut Jackson, Miss., was with now, of jabbering expressmen. Tho tour- heavy, long lashed whip. Two Hues ist produced from under his duster u were drawn eight feet apart, and theso braco of wooden axles and wheels, were toed bv the combatants, who euch as tho juvcnilo delights in, and, were stripped lo the waist. Tho vic having united them to his luggage, tor was to Ira tho ono who stood long went oil dragging tho improvised ve- est at the scratch. A great crowd hicle mid its burden after him. witnessed tho brutal exhibition, which Philadelphia Jtecord, lasted three hours,' mid resulted iu u Is iron to go out of fashion ? A draw. Both wore terribly lacerated young man at Pittsburg proposes to aud exhausted, but neither would acmako nails from Bcssomer stool to knowledge himself beaten. weigh but half as much as the iron "Vht would you do if you wore I artiolo, and yet bo so stiff that they and I were you?" tendorly inquired a cau bo drivou into tho hardest wood young swell of bis lady friend, as ho and tough enough to clinch, and has escorted her homo from church. invented a machiuo which is said to "Well," said she, "if I were you I cut them three times as fast as tho old would throw away that vilo cigar, cut St. Louis Globe. kind aro made. wear my up my cauo for watch chain underneath my coat and are Quiltiug-be- es and stay ut home at nights and pray for tho rago in certain parts of the btato. bruins." After tho quilting a cat is put upon "You nro mistaken, sir," .aid Mtss folks take hold of tho quilt, the youug and toss tho animal till if. Suifkius, haughtily, to bashful youug tho corners jumps off upon ono of tho young la- Thompson, who- - hd just stepped on dies, who is then crowned queen of her long, llowlug robe, "my train does not carry passengers." tho "boo." fire-woocat-shaki- by always keeping; tho Ilegulator Dr. Squint. "Halloo, my friend," exIn the Ifou.el claimed the doctor, "I'm glad to seo For, whatever the aliment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can you. Around hunting for news, I never be out of place. The remedy It harmless and does not interfere veltlt business or suppose? You reporters are always pleasure. IT IS rUTtELY VEOETAnrX, tho go. You aro tho best reporter on And hat all the power and efficacy of Calomel or in Arkansas. Say, I'm going to have Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effects. A Governor's Testimony. a littlo gathering of friends at my Simmons Liver Regulator has been In use In mf family for tome time, and I am satisfied It It a houso night and my wife, valuable addition lo the medical science. J. Gtu. SnoBTSjt, Governor of AU. who is a great admirer of you, by tho Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of fia., from way, sends you an invitation. Let's tay.; Hare derived tome benefitwish tothe ute of Simmons liver Regulator, and give it a further truu have a bottle of wine. Say, there, "The only Thin;; Hint never falls to waiter, bring us a bottlo of Piper Kelleve." I hive used many remedies for Dyspepsia, Livir AtTectlou and Debility, but never Heidsick." "I aupposo you have have k.ndUver Regulatorbenefit me to the extent anything to Simmons hat. I sent from Mia heard, doctor, that I am no longer nesou to Georgia for it, and would send further for such a medicine, and would advise all who are aim. connected with the Daily Bloom." ilarly affected to give It a trial at it teems the only thing that never fail, to relieve. "No!" "Yes. I have retired from P. M. Jahnxt, Minneapolis, Minn. Mason actual Dr. Whon do perlenceT.In Vf. use of says t FromRegulator ex the newspaper business. the Simmona Liver in for now, Judge ?" my am satisfied you say you want mo to como around?'' and practice I ithavea been and medicine. to ute prescribe as purgative Tho Judgo mado a deprecatory "Oh, any time," replied tho doctor, Tak- - only the Genuine, which always movement with an outward turned with an evident change ot manner. Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mar- k ...if J. If. zi:ilin CO. said : palm nnd waiter, nover mind tho wine. "Say, P.Y ALL DRUGGISTS. "For noiio at all, my dear brother; Bring us two boers." simply a candidate for the Kingdom of Last week ten million dollars worth Heaven." him sorrowfully of foreign merchandise was received (I His friend regarded IIAMSO.MK RESIDENCES. of New "i ork. And just for mi instant, and. then, with moro at tho port think, if it wasn't for the tariff it llavlng determined to locale my family la Lex. wit than politeness, and more profaniIngton, Ky.. I will offer for tale to the highest bid. would havo only beeu five mill- der, on ty than either, said : I Tho people who MONDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1882, ion dollars worth "I'll bet you don't carry a d consume tho merchandise will have to J Six Handsome Rwtdenret, all the best located township I" property in htanford, three of them nearly new, ocThey and all of Doubtless tho Judge lost sight oftho pay tho other five millions. You may cupied by ll.em well Improved. Anthony,are now lloy blewII. U. Alford, K. J. buy a hat for fivo dollars out of that art, Dr. wiuon, ueo. it. uruce ana uiyseii. man's profanity in admiration of his rath; lialanro In equal pay rxtllf lot of merchandise which wouldn't ments. one and two years; C percent. Interest trout sublimely truthful candor. at list. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock a. X.and have cost you but two and a half it it residence- of (ieo. II. Uruce. Sale positive, W. CHAIU. A Bit or Motiiuu's Dkkss. A had not been for tho protective tariff. don't you target It. pretty and pathetic incident is related This is the greatest country tho world of a littlo fellow from one of our over saw. Stanford Female College. Lexington Transcript. charitable institutions who was being STANl'OKD, KY. Cake of Koses In Winter. A taken to n New Jersey farm by an agent, tho owners of the farm having covering of tobacco stems at the roots hud tho boy "bound" to them for a of a rose bush, to remain all Winter, With a Full Corps of Teachers, term of years. The agent noticed will prevent tho ravages of all bugs This Institution will open Its Thirteenth Session ontneZd Monday in sepietnner ueiu that tho boy kept placing his right which are foes of tho plant, and is a hand inside of his jacket ou tho loft sure death influenco on the rose slug. ALL THE BRANCHES OK A side, mid occasionally would peep When treated in this manner the bush within with a tender look. At last produces a moro vigorous rose, rich in THOROUGHENGUSHCQURSE ho said, "What havo you got iu there, color, because the roots are more Are taught, ss well as of performing all tho work na- MTJOICi THE LANQUAOEH. DRAW"Oh, nothing, my little friend?" ING AND PAINTING. sir," ho replied, "only a bit of my ture designed them to do. In regions mother's dress, which I've sowed on whero cigar making is carried on exmy coat; it was tho dress she had on tensively roses ought to be raised in Id Tuition, prlcet rangs from f ii to ISO In tb when alio died, and uow it kind of great perfection. regular Departments. Primary, fiS; Intermediate 130: rrcparatojy, f 10, and Collegiate, S30. comforts mo to touch it." Thero aro Evangelists, and evan One-thi82-t- Tlino and Doctors' Dills be saved Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of & I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Dost Goods in tho Market, to bo sold at Bottom Frioos. Call and ozamlno. CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. PENNY & McALISTER, AM SIXVEKWAIIE TheLARGEST STOOK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, docks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. IL A IlISUerv J.ESffilSm jg&S3BWJTM ej FOBSALB! GROCERY, JEL J3&. !. St. Asaph Block, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It cinbrnccH Staple mid Fancy GrocvrlcN, Patent aud Family Flour, Meal, Ilacon and I.arri, Tobacco and ClKiira, Wooden, Willow and Tl nun re, GIukh and QucciiHmirc. Canned (ooiIh of all kind's a NncclaUy. Itciiienilicr the place, "The Corner htorc." iitued; limply dritt into the field and goto trori To mm grain fa corn haul or any ordinary land no prtparation is ntetled vhtre (hit impltmtnt teeding. HARROW, Three I THE ALBIOKT CULTIVATOR & s SEEDER. One. First-Clas- Implements Combined in aer produced. Moling the httl and cheapeni implement ray crop cultimted. An impltment that is indisptiualU in TERMS MODERATE. 1 k For full particulars, as to Board, Ac., address gelists; aud when a man, whatever his . TKUEIIKAKT. l'riuclnl, HKH. N. reputation for getting up revivals may AUnford, Lincoln Co..Ky. be, in undertaking an evangelistic CONDENSED TIME. campaigu requires a large Bum oi money to bo guaranteed him in & and haggles about tho prico for his labors, ho mav be set down as a UAIMlOAl) LINE. charlatan who is more anxious to make money than to advance the inTRAINS UMNO NOKTII. terests of religion and promote tho Kx. bun. Miacii 1, mi. salvation of souls. That's the kind of Lve. Ulctiiuoud...... C 00 am 8 00 " " jucaUr..... man the boy preacher is. 7 10 " " Llvlngiton.,...- -. ' Crtli Orchard... III " 9 10 A flywheel, said to be tho largest " Stanlord... " .... Shelby City VM ' has been built "' Danville Junction... in tho United States, 10 OS " lltclitllburg.... 11 00 " . Imitation by Watts & Campbell, of Nowwark, " New Haven.m........ 11 10 put li 47 '' lbauoo Junction N. J for Clark's Thread Works, of Arr. Cincinnati Junction.., 10 I In Louisvill- ei its " feet that city. It is tweuty-fivdiameter, with a face of seven feet TIIAINS UOINll SOUTH. 11 11 e 11 Sulky Harrow and Boeder. which can only be utilized in one . . thU implement can be had, ill put n alt Limh of mall grain in the very bent tnanncr in Icm time and with lot labor than the bet grain drill Made, The AIUod Sprlng-Tuoth Fur leu money titan required to obtain a grain drill, six inches. It has three crowns for inches three bolts, each twenty-fou- r wido. Masui I. IMi. Lve, LoutavllU...... r:i. 8 Sun, It weighs 19 tous. He. btauturd.. 2 60 " ii Tho bridgo between Brooklyn aud 4. New York was to have cost $7,000,PULLMAN PALACE OAIIS 000, Counting tho steals it has cost 822,000,000. It might be called tho To Mtuinhtt, Llllls Itoo. Mobile, Monljoiuery, and bridgo of sighs by tho citizens ot thoso KtuliErantt tuTeiss New Orleans. bsvo llielrcuolceo'tworoutes: via Memphis or tla New Orleans. Time much cities. rates lower than ky soy other quicktraud route. I tli also the Health journalists iusist upon reQUICKEST, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST posing on tho right side only and claim egapaEsfeswfiy.? 4: y points tn Mlawitrl. Kauaaa, Illluolt, that it is injurious to lio ou both sides, llouta to alli,.. N.lira.ka. Colorado. Arkansas. t,..ii.. LaaL but wo don't know where they will Only one chance to Chlca(0, SI. Louis snd w Position of Teeth and Lover while uot Iu use. for luitiier luiormaiiuu swhi emlitrant rates to icv. I South, Kauaaa, lolorsdo.au thrrt tttth tou can thotvuuhlv vulvtritA the toil, cultivate All,, . J.,n,'n, niu, rrnn hu find a heuhhier sot of men than law Florida, tJJ.-e- " C At.,AIM O UK, Ky. unddtitivvtUiceedi in Iron riuunma at a time, a thing tluittu) other cultivator tnU do. I. Louisville, of com Ticks! ye- lien. 1'ass. snd ..,. .. Or V. J. Anthony, At.. Bteolwd. Ky. Atnra lUtletl, here is nn tuiiewuj wu cuts e uacu in nnj vp i ...".. and it,- get .a um te tainien, come eelUd in nvne by any other implement; durable ontl limple. Seventy-sicourses of stoue, makpie and try it. J it doet not do it hat ve claimor it, u tfo no. ttunr your Money. feet, have been laid ing 152 vertical StaUbnl county, Kausau, farmers y. GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, stanum. iu earnest havo done well tbU year with broom siuco work recommenced Ii. 11. WR.UIKN, Agt., Richmond, Ky. H 7 WITllRRS, Agt., UneaUer. Ky. npou tho Washington Monument. Its coru. They say it cau be raised prollltHKS .1 WILLIAMS, AU, UmUjuvUle, Ky. height la uow 302 foot. Hon. T. B. Uontgomery'i Testimonial. I have cultivated uiy crop of com thUteatvn tritk Ike fitably and sold at 8100 a tou, while 1 Crab Arr. Lit lugston Lve, Lancaster .............. Arr. Klchmoodj... Orchard... 2 SO OS i 4 to 10 pnt au rosltlou of Tietu and later wills at wotk. Tltcnoy attaching the Seeder you halt the bett Harrow in theuvrld, wieinui tit once winq over the gruuna man an irqinury nairvw win in uuwen, fatter and uith more cane. uilldovwreuul uviny " r iii Tl yy .. ..- x A kitten brought to Louisvillo from Taylorsvilloou the 8th lust., ran away aud fouud its way back to Jhe latter placo ou the 12th. tbo rireaent prico ia 8225. Men who Albion Cumbined Cultivator, ueu. Qxn iou ten acre of com a day wttk all eat. It dot lis harrow or cultivator I lm ever a fow years ago worked by tho day, uock perfectly, and fcun cheerfully reeouimend it to viy fanner fnendi. iho 11. Xutdgvuiery. aro now lilriutr help to tak o care of thU Seeder no eitiit haml iu rt'iuircl to clean it from fllh us thi U all done Uh sou uruiii I by the diiver uithoul flopping or (jilting off hi teat. their broom corn. Uarme-un- Seeder ami ou;t say vithout knitatton that tl i tit serf KJP-- Spftfilulnlcriorlouriml Friday Morning, W, P. WALTON, Tun nowspapers nro saying that Arthur Jim determined to make Senator - Jonee, of Ncvanla, Secretary of the Treasury, when Folgcr resigns, but Ho is not going to resign. October 0, 1882 Folgcr would bo a fool to givo up his certain-fo- r such a tcrriblo uncertainty as tho EDITOR Governorship of New York. Tin: Owcnslwro Pott rcicrrlng to ftho .action of tlio Convention hero in cartoning Jurtgo Owilojr for Govern- for, Miyi: "Wo deprccnto this latter method, which is growing too frequent at conventions. Any action by the few which nhrirtges tho freo expression of tho many, is n departure from dcm ocralic principle. Lot him win his spurs on the field of battle." The recommendation given Judgo Owsley was simply to show to tho people of tho other portions of tho Btato, how highly ho was regarded at homo. His Ufa' has been spent among us and bis duties have not required an acquaint-anc- o outside of hii district. Tho oth-c- r candidates had acquired eomo Btato reptitatloa, the ono by reason of his course in Congress and a certain famous speech, tho other by a chronic disposition to bo always n candidate for soraothing, and wo wanted to show those who did not know, that our man is' intellectually and in every other respects tho peer of his competitors. Tun Syracuso Courier obsorves that disease. Acconllng to the current versions among her color, she was conjured to death. It la raid that the claimed that some one was practicing tho evil arts upon her, and that her sickness was caused by the conjurer. Ilcfore she died It U claimed that four spiders crawled out of one of her toes, and two lltards and two scorpions out of one of her feet, and that her flesh tn certain parts of her body would, If touched, crumble up like dust. Somerset r. Last Friday's Intkmoii JounNAt. did not arrive here until Monday exenlng. Everybody was mad all day Sunday. If the nil tor will be kind enough to direct the papers for lids place by way of McKlnney they will reach here the same day they aro mailed, instead of somo three days travel by Zimmerman's town. We only gel three malls per (reek now and everylwdy ts delighted with the change, of course. LINCOLN C0UNTJ. Highland. CO 3BV4JL.I-.- - I ANNOUNCEMENT :15?55 , G rover Cleveland ran 5,000 ahead of his ticket In tho election for mayor of Buflalo last fall. If ho runs proportionately well throughout tho State, Folgcr will not know that ho has been .In tho rnce. BOYLE COUNTY. Oannlle. Fields sold to Jack Chtnn, of a filly, "Kfile C," for 11,225. Wakefield, Farrls & Allen bought of Woodcock A Harris 37 head of shipping cattle, weight 1300 lbs , at 5 cts.; of T. E. Wood, 5 choice mare mules for $1,000; of A. J. Itlcc, 8 marc mules at $180 each. The Adeocale advertises another corn snow For November court day. (3d Monday.) Liberal premiums will be ofiered for best yellow, red, white and bread corn, ...Invitations are out for the three-year-ol- d I. J, 8AI.H. J. Montj: HuNTKit has been nominated on tho Prohibition Ticket in tho Louisville District. Hois not related to Threo Card Monte, that wo know of. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Cliet Arthur wi f2 yean old jester-da- y, The Louisville new outfit. It is out in a brijlit MAMUams At the well, oil Is down ns low as 03 Of Miss Bettte Hamilton, formerly of Dancnts per Mil. ville, now of Dallas, Texas, to Wm. k In September the public debt was A license has been issued to $IC,80o,9IS. Jasper Shearln to marry Miss Maggie There are now 15,200 employes in the Kowsey. Jas. T. Moore and Mrs. Mary Pension Office at 'Washington. Moore, both of Lincoln, were married on Thero were 53 new cases of yellow fe- the 2d Inst., at Norwood, Ky. This is the ver at 1'ensacola, Vfetlnesdcy, and 3 deaths. time of the year to hear of a Zaclc McCloy, another patient in An HUNtmED WEnntxas, chorage Asylum haa died of too much But excitement often heightens the beauty ducking. of proportions. Put I just believe I have The U. S. Court at Utlca, has refused heard of the funniest of all, "the best the' We regret to observo that our bril- a writ of habeas corpus In the case of is." Keep cool now, don't get excited. liant young friend, Mr. Emmett G. Mason. The grand ury at Its last sitting, returned Logan has resigned tho managing ed Seven persona wero killed and twenty- - 44 true bills; one for murder against Hob A Mrs. a po- one wounded In the election riot at Woods, (col.) of Shelby City itorship of tho Courier-JournaSouth Carolina. ration, of Ohio, last week visited Danville, sition which ho has held with so much A correspondent at Lexington is tryher home of fifty years ago, but found it credit (or two years or more. Wo ing to get up a boom for Mayor Jacob of "not what it used to be." She is the neice learn that ho has several other more Louisville, for Governor. of Dennis and David Mclivoy, then large positions offered him but Frank Egbert, who' shot at another land owners in this county and lived in the that1 it is likely ho will accept a simi- man and killed Policeman Lee, at Frank- old brick house on Main street now owned by Mr. Mills. lar position on Gov. Underwood's pa- fort, haa been held without ball. LIKE PAV1D Jim Kodes, murderer of the Mamie per at Cincinnati, that he held on tho bucket man, she has often And the Mr. Dan E. O'Sullivan, who family, was taken out of jail at Charlottes- sighed oaken C.J. that some one would give her drink of ville, Va., by a mob and hanged to a tree. a few years since was dealing out The Superior Court has decided li the water she knew in her girlhood the mackerel in a Bowling Green storo, is censes to keep a Down at tho Hall, c does not In- "old Rodes Spring." promoted to Mr. Logan's position clude the power to vend spirituous liquors. on Rolling Fork, in this county, there is from the city editorehip. Tho rapid The republicans in the Fourth District an old time 81I0UTINO MECTINO. trUo of this young man is phonominal have called a convention at Lebanon on is preachthe 11th to nominate n candidate for Con- Eld. Tyree, of the Baptist church and slows of what excellent stuff ho ing and about 50 sinners have been securis made. Mr. John A. Baird, lato a gress. Quite a number may be seen up in The artesian well of the Cincinnati ed local writer, succeeds to tho city ediSouthern at Lexington is now down about the early morning to view the comet. The torship. Tho C'J. will miss Mr. 900 feet, and tho drill Is passing through sight is well worth the trouble. The darkies and many superstitious white people Logan sandstone. I In expect on Saturday to see the bone twenty-oninches An ankle Sar-ges.- nl l, Lin-caatc- r, cotlee-lioiis- Schools are closed this week for corn cutting and wheat sowing. Rev. J. M, Cook is happy again. It's a girl, and made Its appearance on the 3rd James Long, son of Wm. Long, left for parts unknown on the night of the 2nd, Tho two last Issues of the Intehioh Journal have not reached this place at this writing. Rev. J, M. Cook has been returned by Conference to the Highland circuit, ltev. K, E. Bonis goes to Harrodsburg, I). A Baitgh bought two mule colls of Mr. McMullen for $S0. II. P. Young bought alitjr mare of of A. Baugh forf15. Silas Baugh left on exhibition at this place a tomato vine 11) feet long; an Irish potato 8 feet long and potatoes weighing 1 pound esch. "PRAISE THE LORD." ': CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. IIimcJiinI rorchoil at trry lurcc HtovU of m Tiie obtuaries of sixteen Kentucky e newspapers have been written this year and tho reason is. obvious. Most nny impecunious fellow thinks he can run a newspaper and goes into debt tcTstart on, 'imagining that patronage "wuT necessarily follow. It does not however; hi; debts accumulate and after a fitful existence of a few months, tho type and paper men foreclose their mortgages and all is over. It takes hard cash and n good deal oi it to run a paper, wo will fay to thoso who one. into tho lecture field, this winter nud the Lexington people aro exceedingly anxious to have him appear there. But thoro is not enough money in that town, to get him to do'so. A number of men havo sworn jo shoot him on sight for tho scandalous letter ho wroto from there several years ago. is going "Gatii" Tun State Central Committeo seems fast going to pieces. Mr. E. F. Madden is tho last to resign and docs so because ho wishes to tako an active part in tho coming canvass for a par- ticular candidate for governor. Ho bIiows a much greater feeling ot pro priety than somo of the members that wo wot of. circumlerence was discovered ten leel under ground br some workmen near Paris, Kentucky. Craddock will have to let his beard grow again. The barbers of Paris' have raised the price of shaving from ten to fifteen cents, It took the sheriff of Jackson county and four guards to carry ono consumptive prisoner to the penitentiary at Frankfort, costing the State 3158. It seems to be the impression at Washington, that little or nothing will ever come of the prosecution of the bribers of the jury. The reward for tho Taylors who killed a bherilt in lennessee. and released a brother he was taking to the penitentiary, has been increased to $125,000. Don Cameron gave $20,000 in cash to the Stalwart campaign fund in Pennsylvania, a few days ago, and each of the 30G medal fellows has been assessed one hundred dollars. In the railroad collision, by a misplaced switch, at Salem, Kansas, the two engineers, their firemen and a baggagemas-tc- r were killed, and four passengers seriously Injured. The total amount of property assessed in Kentucky .for 18S2 is $303,302,448, in which the colored people are represented by $3,120,020. The valuation exceeds that Rtar-ronl- e SUN 1U11KENEI) And night reign for 72 hours according to James Douglass, of the Georgia prophet Garrard county, was run oyer by a hand car at Parksville last week, the car passing over his back and shoulders. He is considerably mangled and bruised, but will Phil. B. Thompson doubtless recover will speak at Danville, Wednesday, Oct. 11 and at Stanford, on the 12. He has made a list of appointments and don't seem to care if the republican committee does "take Evras." He is really from whatever standpoint they shoot The FUNERAL Of Jatuw and Mary Wilson occurred on Thursday, the Cth, at John Wilson, son of e. Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct, lib, 1882, Ikar Imltrbr I write hurriedly, which will rejoice your typos, who havo my letter to set up late Thursday evening. Pressure of du ties prevented me from writing sooner. The total of confession up to this Wed nesday afternoon, amounts to 112 for soul, and 150 anointed, for healing. At the af ternoon meeting', which are for Christiana chiefly, 137 have come forward for specific blessings. The attendance Is excellent Melodeon Hall being well filled every night, and the afternoon service gathering a room more than half full of earnest christian people. The daily papers treat us very kindly, and the reports of the services in the Cbmmrr- cial are admirably correct and apprecia live. That enterprising sheet enjoys the advantage of having for its reporter of religious matter, a lady of raro judgment and talent in her department. No one but a christian can report a sermon that sets forth a pure gospel, unless by stenography, which of course, is a mere matter of man ual skill. An interesting meeting at the "Home of the Fiiendleai," where a refuge is provided for poor, ruined girls, who wlih to be saved, resulted in the conversion of 8 out of the 11 in attendance. Two of the three who did not confess were Catholics, and the third had already confessed Jesus as Savior. So it was a "clean sweep" Praise the LORD. I was to have gone out to the Workhouse last Sunday, hut the Directors would not give me a clear field to take con fessions of my audience and I would not go without. It strikes me that "red tape" can go no further than this, when even these sweepings of society are refused the opportunity of confessing Jesus, even when they want to. I pray this sin may not be laid to their charge. Vfe see shoals of Kentucky friends every day. How much we enjoy it, my pen refuses to tell. We feel that it is a final meeting with most, until the great family gathering takes place. Ever in Jesus. Geo. O. Uah.neh. The Great Comedian. FALL AN D WINTER DRY GOO DS, :sroa?io:Lsrs, 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 FARM FOR SALE. Hating inorr.! to Nlcholutllle, I will tell r. fatrlr in j Kami, containing slout ONE HUNDRED ACRES A HtiolorM ritrt SK""' 1UOOINN JIOUNK! l'0l . IANCASTER. Htbks their residence in'Dan-ill- rciaONALS. Miss Lea McGroty has returned from the West. Tho wives of the firm of McAlister & Bright, of Stanford, visited "Danville this week. Mrs Hallie Francis Boyd, was in Danville last week en route for St. Louis, her future home. Harry Cowan isattend-in- g John Thompson, the li Ct9 medical lectures at tho University of Frank Cheek has gone to Ann Mich., to enter the law class. Walker Fry, of Colorado, is here to sco the "little ne." Miss Bensley, of Chicago, is visiting the Misses Chandler. Mrs. Dr. Dunlap has gone to Cincinnati to hear Barnes, Va. Ar-bo- r, Tub Lexington Transcript enlarged to a seven column and printed - with pretty now type, U the largest and most creditablo daily ever published in Tho earthat city of nowspapers. marks of that facile writer, Mr. A. C. Quiaenbury, are as big in it as if the impression was taken from an elephant. astho tio in A too utterly too-tqWarsaw, Ky., wants a divorce from her husband, on account of "conjugal infelicity, mutual incompatibility and impressibility of soul affinity." We don't suppose tho poor fellow who is tied to her will raiso any objection to tho decree. Alexandeu Stei'hexs and tho entire' democratic ticket was elected in Georgia, Wednesday, by fully 50,000 majority; and Delaware, as usual, went tho samo way, but of courao not so largely. Theso two Southern States soem pretty solid yet, vo are glad to observe. JohnJD. White spent 817,000 of tho corruption fund to get elected last time, but Uubbell knows that ten timea that sum wouldn't do it again, so ho has shut ofl supplies from him. and ho is now going it alouo. He finds it very lonesome too, no doubt. o CASET COUUTf. lrtSl,$3,7C3,OC0. The JTeral(Tt Washington special gays : Liberty. A prominent banker of Richmond. Va.. John Sandusky had his right riind states that Mahone's defeat la a foregono sawed nearly in two at Lewia' Mill, on Ca- conclusion. The best evidence thereof is seys Creek, last Friday evening. the refusal of Hubbell's committeo to ad.Elder Montgomery, of your county, as vance Mahone more money. Mabone himsisted by Elder B. T. Bransom, is holding a Gkoiioe William Cuirna, tho that as- tute editor of Jarprrs Weekly, says tlio democrats are turo to carry l'tyjusylTjujik and JJevr York. Wo hope and beliove that George knows what ho is talking about. jr. Tiib democracy in tho I'aducau nominated John H. Grace for Oicnr Turner, tho old outlaw, will run independent of tho nomination. Congress. self appears deipondent, Secretary Folder accepts the republican candidacy for Governor of New York, in spite of the fact that he was nominated against the will of the people by delegates chosen by the machine, aided by A. P. Hepburn declines the nom forgery. ination for Congresanian-atfarge- . A railway paper reports the construe lion of 1,209 miles of main track during the month of September, and a total for nine months of the present year of 8,075 miles. It estimates the total for the entire year at 10,500 miles, an amount far great er than ever before built in one season. The Democracy of the 3rd and 11th Districts may congratulate themselves. We are going to hare some rousing speech es in beliau ol our congressional nominees. Hon. Mike Owsley and Hon. Proctor Knott will add real the citizens of I!ir- ren and adjoining counties, beginning at Franklin on the Cth of October. fUlapgow Times. A marble cutting establishment of Muscatine, la, has received a contract from Mrs. Jesse James to erect a monu ment over the grave ot her hutband. The monument will be of red granite, standing twelve or fourteen feet lileli, bearing the Inscription! "My Husband, Our Father, Jesso James. Died April 3, 1882; sge, 31 years, 0 months, 8 days. At the annual meeting of tho Louisville and Nashville llallroad Company, Wednesday, a resolution was adopted In creasing the capital stock to $30,000,000. In the election of Directors the name of Victor II. Newcouib was left from tlio IUt, and his place filled by W. C Hall, of The Directory was increaset by the addition of John N. ilrookman, New York merchant, J, 8. Itogcrs, locomotive builder, ' of l'alerson, N. J., and W. S. Williams, of New York. The President presented a favorable rcjwrt. Martha KHiol, a negro woman about 45 yearn of age, died here of a iiecullar Lou-Uvlll- protracted meeting at Green River Church, near Middleburg. C. L, Holmes, of Middleburg, haa es tablished a branch store at the Allen store house, five miles south of this place, and Is doing a lively business. Col. J. W. Whlpp brought an apple over to town the other day that grew in his orchard that measured 13 inches around and weighed 1 pound and 2 ounces. He said that it was a Roman Beauty. Mr. A. Lipe, our accommodating mall contractor, carried quite a number of young folks to Moore's. Springs last Sunday evening. There was a large crowd out at the ekatlng rluk last Saturday and all seemed to enjoy themselves. Died, of Typhoid Fever, on the Rolling Fork last week, Thos. "W. Russell and W. W. Wills, Jr. There have been five persons to die of this same disease in about one mile square, including the two housei in which the two persons above mentioned died. race for School Commissioner is becoming pretty lively. There are three candidates, Eld. R. T. Branson), rep., Hardin Hatter and Isaiah Thomas, dems. They are all clever men and It Is hard to tell which of the three the Magistrates will lean Comedian, gave one of his Inimitable, pcrforman ludicrous ces of "Around the World" at the Royal Opera House last evening. The house was rammed, jammed, stuffed and packed like sardines in a box, and he deserved iL His songs took imraeneely.thealrs being all new and "catchy." In his dancing lie was easy, greasy, loose as a rag and slippery as an Ilighland-tline- , as el. His dancioi: thewould make a wheel xaid. n the barrow lauidi. He played on a number of musical Instruments, and in doing so his legs and arms seemed to be hung on some springs; now patent double they were here, there and everywhere at the same time. Sometimes the laughter and shouts were deafening. He was ably supported by Miss Dotie Nagle and Miss Mollie Thompson In their songs, duets and piano accompaniments. John Thompson is certainly the boss comedian; the same Toronto (Ontario) Globe. bill Irlsh-womaback-actio- n On lheIOT.!I pike, about 3S uU from Uiovllle. The pUt Is Id a pmI atate of culaUiut 3Uarrt that to tivation; all la graft to a tin all fcralu. The houw li In cool re jalr ami contains 7 looms. alMaotrj( wood hout, clitrrn alflower-i-l- l, at lh door; amokohou, truant-housroro-hmost new barn, rorn-crlAc, and as flue fruit oleterjr drMiljlloii as an one wants. anirs, pMri, iuustciier damiuni, alinu.1 snr tMuic 70U mar rlrs. rail fur. rltntjrof aluck walrr. Inilchlor Mhul- houfte, ono mils ftom Mark .nil Hi ahon, two taiwm from walrr will, ltlittrulngl hraltlijr lur IJ II doclori thotlorton. Iu 18 Trail MIU. I i.frr rou to Mr... T. M l.lllirJ. II. l Llanry, W. II (Irotrr, alio Ham Joliuton, wIhi llv.aou tbe plir. and Tliomaa Mrtrall, hunlunl. . KENTUCKY joiin Inerrr t. iiujdixs, ritormKToit. HOTEL A FIRST - CLASS crar. inr. arlleular, The 'itruni( ol the uUlo (13-- tf ollcllfl, and MlUfMllon guarintrwl. ncrr i.in WM. DAUGIIERTY rJurrreaoi AdJrru 67 JHII.V NUI.oUMlllr, Kr. mrti'Ai.r. to Dauihrrlr A Iloliun, ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main St., Ntiiiiiorii, Ky. KTAM'OItl), . - KKNTIItJKY, - Mam'riCTUaura or Fine Carriages, Buggies, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'K. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 ECS BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelora. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF ESQUIRE JOHN CASH. I hare recently GJO 'The choose. Geo. E. Stone ts attending Circuit Court at Somerset. Miss Dollle Cabbie, one of our little beauties, haa just returned from a vis- October 6th, 1882. The Committee appointed to draft resolutions on the deith of Esquire John Cash, reported as follows, which report was ordered to be spread uKn the Order Book : Whtrcus, Almighty God in the exercise of His providence has by death removed from our midst John Cash, formerly of this court, and whereas, the members of this court, who were alike acquainted with his virtues, both as a publlo servant and a private citizen, are desirous of presenting a fitting testimonial thereof; therefore, lie it lltuJvtd, that the present members of this court do hereby unanimously express the following estimate of his character: That asacitiien and a neighbor, he was public spirited, kind in his relations with his fellowman, patriotic and honest. As an official, careful, painstaking, faithful and conscientious in every particular: using ills utmost exertions at all times tn the exercise of the duties of his office, to promote justice among the people and to build up tbelr interests in nu community anu county. That we recognize In hi death a loss both to his nelnhbora and friends as a private citizen and to the publlo service. (Jnltrtd, that tucse proceedings tie spread at large ujwn the order book of this court and that the clerk thereof furnish a copy to the family of the deseased, and also to the Intemou JoUliNAL for publication. A Lincoln CounT op Claims, taken chargo of this home and intend to have urn-claaccommodations. ss "ALL KINDS. BAHTI WKMT I GO CSO NOUTII VIA LOUISVILLE 11D T1IS I W manufacture Carriage of all ilrKrlpllons, era ploying oulr Sril-claworkmen and uilog cnlj nrit-clematerial, aud aell at reajoivabU figure style, workuitn.ulpand material roruld-e- J. Ill) WM. IrAtKJHKKTY. OHIO & MISSISSIPPI I 3 4 W. a DAILY TRAINS THE EAST AND MOUTH. Louisville to Cincinnati! I'rt Failor Can anJ Ntw 4 Cnaofs, Day Coaihra Wlltioul doc, And decidedly the I'upuler Houle, affording, aa It Iras change and auncrlor acrviuiuodalTuna to LIU TCINCINNATI! TIIE MOHT DEDIUABLE HOUTE r fas O- Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, The North, Northwest and West. In hcl, If you cunt mi 11 a Irlh In any direct lun, your lutcrnl will he UtUerftd Lr purchasing your ticked ela K. C. and Cincinnati, 'iTralnaewh way 2; 1'ull . luau l'alace tali; Urgent New Day CorhM, aud hiudtoiutly luruUbed Uecllulug Cualr Car lonu the uuniuklid ol this Old Hellabla, thereby making a trip oter Ibl Hue one ol luau. rluua comfort aud pleasure. Try It, TIME TAULE. IN EFFEOf MAY U, BuiuTii. "NoTT" 1111. DAILY TRAINS AND TIIE WEST. XiOiiLsvillo to St, TiOiiis 2 Chlcnjro, tlcrjilng Can ana Dajr Cox he. to St. touts Wlltioul Ctiango. 2 LouImIIIo DAILY TRAINS to Imlluimiiollrt, aNDTIIENOHTU Trior 1 4 "NuTiT Lre. Covington Falmouth -- Dar Coaches and Ileclloloa Chair Cars Through Without Change. for Ilolilmorp, I'lilliulcl. Wiililiiilii' York mill lloaloii, ill la, Art l.te. lalugtou Trr, Cyutblana. l'erla Islington. ... , 3 p ui 6 SO p UI VO ii ui 7 40 p ui 6 37 p 1U 11 23 a m 0 08 p in 12 is p m 1 00 ii in 10 Kill) 40 a m nv it inn pu 00 am John Bailey, J. P. Daniel. copy. John Plain, Clt. LI This la tho Vttf Ileal lioute, as You Hate No ChaugaofTralu. Arr. Winchester Mt.mrrllng Ashland lluuliugtuu. i 7 iu p m ilU p ir un p iu iwpu llllllu 10 a iu 1 7 50 S JO pm pm Noam. Lea. lluuliugtuu 11 No, 3. 0 SO 7 04 No, 1. I No. 5, it to friends in Lebanon. It. T. Pierce and wife were in Louisville last week, W, II. Wilkinson and family are vlaltlng friends at Bradfordsvllle. John L. A Vol ford Is now clerking at tho Napier Hotel, Maumkd, On tho 29th ult., James A. Worthlngtoii to Lucy A. Worlhlugton. On the same day, J, M. Beaty to Lucy 1). Petty; on the 1st Inst., Andrew Randolph to Miss Dana Nancy Minerva Klitibeth Jane Jvids. Her father was along when the II- censa were issued and said that the above was her name, and Instated on the whole of it being put upon the record. Two bravo little girls iu Ualiurd county, named Neal, found a negro under tho bed, aud, calling in tho dog, thoy armed themselves with brooms ami tho trio soon dislodged tho darkey, punishing him severely beforo ho succeeded iu escaping. Tho girls aro aged respectively ten und twelvo years, and wero alone in tho liouso It's a groat shock- - to a man's nervous system to have a suspender button fly p(I just whilo ho is making a profound bow to a lady on tho streot. Hour boil News, " Have No Midnight Changes t " 35 Aril") at M. Uuls i lloura la Adiaare of Arr. M llait Through Dar Coaches oa All Tralasl Mt.rJtrrllug II II Wluchcilcr II 20 p 01 II Leslngtou - I 19 i 111 7 00 Leslugtou,. J 00 p HI 7 SO Other Llaea, thertliy ariurlng mors tluia lor I.t. I'arla " lUjiui a 23 waking change of rare aud getting fir.t choice " Cyuthlaua. a so p in 1100 i Falmouth ol wata Iu rara of connecting Hues. I Itl l u 10 UI Arr. Cuilugtou 0 13 p Hi 11 43 To Iudlaiia)iolla aud Chicago, sod Iht only rid along llutglrlug Ita at rone it tho ihore ol Lake Michigan,, SoTiTLT No. 14 ' Wari,llla3 45aui. No. IS " Farla S SO a m. Asbland. in 1 M a ui m sm 14 m in S 3J au a iu a iu a iu S Iu u m 1180 0 am a u MAYHVILI.K DIVISION. Utlugluu um. Arr. Maya rill No.l4"Myrlll80pu " iriS Ua.7pm dy to Mai. Ac, Linen, or Ticket AurulM of C'oiinecllim Tralu No. I aud 2 ruu dally) all ulhera dally addreu acept Sunday. Hprclal Itatr Iu Kuilgiaut. For H. N. HHIIWN, Houinerii rauenger Agl., tickets, rateaaud lu'urmatlou perlaluTugtu tlu 8. E. Cor. 41b and Malu HI.. Jiuul.illl. Kr. connection!, Ae , call ou or aJdreta Tor Tickets, llalee. Time, W. Wi I'KAUODV, UVUi DUliki W RbHATTUC. aTti mam. W. Loslngtoti MayatHls J I0m S &3p"w Clmluuall ik.i CIIAH. L, IIUOWN, J. T rJWlFT, LcilngloD. (I - AT D. ELLlbON, Ucn'l Mauagar, 'a, A fink lot Ilrlght' of affect fiotatoe at McAlIa- ter A A I.AW1E variety of cook atoves, heating stove and grates Just received by A Ows-le- 2l NEW FALL AND WINTER -- Til K Celebrated HIrr chain and auction pump for aale at W. T.drcen'. low price, "Count atralght-flour J V in Fruit Vinegar" Friday Morning Oclobor fl, 1882 the world, Hpccfal discount In rjuantltle. at McAlIater A Ilrighi'. ..M, For aale only by McAlIater A Ilrlght. Go to II. K. Wesren'a and see hi nice N. IQCAL TIME CARD. L A fOMrt.nrr. line of the luteal and beat new hedateads, drcaing-cars- , rtiMitfer trains North....,....., I 10 A. . lylf of fillver Ware will he parlor suite, chamber aullea, opened Honlh.., Ac. itar.u A Htasg' Cnll and .. The Comet ha taken many a laty perexamine. LOCAL NOTICES. Hoy Paint of l'nnjr A McAlIater. MoAmtteh A Sam.eb aell flour by ll son from bed at 4 o'clock thi week, It ia Iw the largeat ever seen by this genand Rive their cuatomer the benefit of aald to Fine oil (minting Just rcccivnl at Mc Itolx-rtA HlajtR's. wholcaale price. Now la your time to get eration. Nrw Mock of Jewelry an J Sllrerware At it cheap. Go to Lincoln Mill to get your flour Penny A McAlliterV You can gel it in any quantity a and meal. The Firat National ha gone Into I!miiII?ii UnMol latrst Imx stationer, with very flattering proapecta, and at wholesale prices. $2.50 Rets No. 1 flour. at McKoWla A Htagg'ri. notwlthatandlng it capital i$2AO,000 the Meal IK) cents. Hcliool books anil school supplies In atock la already In demand at a Rood preat Mcllolierta A KUkhV Pun. Thompson witlspeakal Danville, Watciiw, Clocka and Jewelrr repaired mium. There aro now $1W,000 Invcaled Oct. 11; at Stanford, Thursday, Oct. 12, ami warranted Iiy Penny A McAlIater. In banking capital in Stanford. and at Lancaster, the 1.1th. Lt a rousFa Mi lot of 'MgUi'n Hlioe tint tttelT-h- I ing crowd greet him. Tiik republican committee I to dectde ami furaaleat J. II. AH. II. Hlianlel. I) it. IIl'Oll Hkii) ha heen appointed Htandaiu. Hlirrt Mimic, Vocal ami In- in Danville to day, whether ill expedient strumental, for 10 cent at Penny A now to put out acandldatofor Congrcm, Chairman of the ltosrd of Health In the If they think it la, let them remember that place of Dr. J. G. Carpenter, resigned, anil Lawik stock of Window (Hum, all sfaes. wo have nominated George W. Gentry, col., the boy have commenced to kick down Doiilile tlilck rUm for (lower nil. I'emiT of tilanfnrd,"if we can meet with a aecond." door. A McAlIater. Jrrr rrceireil a new lot of cloak, for Attention IIijntkim! Moltoberl A J. T. IlAitltmwill have flah and oyster ami children and a fine lot nf ftlxgg have juat received the larReat and Wedntmlaya and Saturday. He also keep J. II. A H. II. Hiiankm. (Iiikat Hf.iiuotion In sheet muilc; M, moat complete lock of breech and inutile the Commercial Hotel, will feed well and , charge reasonable. Call and see. Meal loading Klllc, 7ft and $1 mime now raid at 5 cent, r site and on good patter, at Mcltolierls Kitlchr, Powder fliak, New ork Drop ready when tho last hell ringi. A HtaKV and Chilled Klmtand implemrnl for load That i a amaning way the County ing and gun and Court ha of voting by ballot ami Tersonal it waa ill aell them at bottom piicca. Mux. T. T. Daviiju I In Cincinnati. adopttd solely to aid I lie ttolllir.il gentleMm. II, T. llAintitt tin cone to Vbnnok'h weather bulletin for tliin men who compoae it, who are alway month, juat laaiied, pmlicta "an linuaually afraid to show their hand for fear of hurtMimMaiivMyku ha cone to Loul. ecvero October," "alngularly earlf anow ing somebody' feelings and losing a few Tille. falla," "unaeaaonably aharp froat anaiai," votes. Mia. John MuKoneien, Discontinue and "a very early Weatern now blockIlL'giNKKi Chanoe. Messrs. Anderson very 111. ade." Thla might acare tia if we didn't T. Nunnelley and James T. Nunnelley Mian IiKMA Plticr, of wa know that Vennor doe not alway aomo have purchastd S. II. Ilaughman' slock of liere yenterday, timei foretell witli any alarming drgrce of horse and vehicle and rented hi livery MihsOkowha Lewis Ik Waiting tier ' accuracy. stable for three year. They are live, enaunt, Mrs. W.H. II Irk In. ergetic young men and will run the bual AnniHTEii. Mr. J. K. Huflman, Mm. IIahiiison Haii.ky, of Shelby-titlP.M. of Covington, haa been arrett- nea at high pressure. Anderson never la viniline relative here. Mrs iu. Geo. MoAmktkh and Koiit. ed for unintentionally uaifig an oflicial doe any thing by halves. atamp on a privale letter while employed Fr.l ttl. Iito gone to Cincinnati. The IIest Medium. Mr. J. W. Alcorn Mixh Jennie Head, of HloomfielJ, In by the Department, and ha given a $200 aaya hi late sale taught him a lesson In bond for hi apearance at the next term visiting her couiin, Miu Fannie Held. advertising. He had been under the imDit. T. II. MoNTflOMKiir went to the of the V. 8. Court. The awe will no pression heretofore that poster were the doubt lie diamiMed a aoon a heard, for ChenaultrShort Horn sale In Madlasn. best means of drawing a crowd. He is conMi Ilr.u.r. HiHiiira ha returned Mr. Huffman can prove that in sending off vinced now that a notice in a newspaper I a privale and an oflicial letter he got the from the cities with her Fall flock of mucli the best, for a number of people fail aUuiw mixed, putting the official atamp ed to attend because they had not seen an Miw. Ukkiiit Ha mux, a conaln of on the private letter and the regular postadvertisement in the I.VTEitlon Jouiinal. age atamp on the oflicial. Mr. K. II. IJurnaide, wa hi cueat a few Mil. At. J. Seaman, the boss machinist day Ihi week. Kl.orF.li.-- A fellow named Glaby,whonot Miwm Maiiia IIhioiit anu Jahik long aince went toPnlaaki from aomeof the of the Ii. A N. II. It. shop at Richmond McCartv, of Hoyle, were gutat of the Northern filaten and uurried Mia Tarter, Junction, received notice yesterday by Mlaar Carpenter. a pretty young woman, aoon became tired Messrs. Munn A Co., of Washington City, Mil. CAiinoM.II. Ki:ii, of HtmtonTilte, of her and aetking other conqueata, found and II. T. Harris, Etq., of this place, hi wa in the rlly WVdnendajr, shaking hand a willing aubject In the perron of. Mm. attorney, that hi application for Patent on with hi old friend. Henry Walla, who lived near Highland, a Petticoat Pie on Locomotive Kngine, Mikh Hai.i.ie Harm), returned from thla county, and together tho guilty pair had been allowed. Thi i said to be an Cincinnati yesterday. She y Mr. Harnett' eloped one night thia week, to greener and invention that will save a great amount of fuel. inectinR I growing In Intern! daily. afer field to enjoy their illicit love. Sir. To the Citizens ok Stani-oki- i and Mil. M. C. SAUKI.KV and daughter, Walla, with a pirly armed with ahot-guMia Jennle,liave returned Iniiu Cincinnati, tracked them in thla direction and present Vicinity. The Lincoln Mill have conwhither they went to attend the service of ed a warlike nppearancc when iher ! cluded to give the public the advantage of Mr. Hsrne. wred In town. They were unable to di- - wholesale price on flour and meal in any MNll. KUKMEMi and J. A. IUni.v, cover llieir wliereatiouta, but Mr. Wall quantity. Patent flour $3.25; Stanford of Missouri, arrived jtaterdajr to visit their aaya he will follow them to the end of the ISeauty or itcst Family. $2.60; Meal er father, Milton Kinejr, who i suffering earth or get hi only child back, which bushel, 'JO cent. All order left at the with a cancer. they took with them. He aayi the woman Mill office will receive prompt attention -- Miu V. II. WAI.M, of Whllesville, Mo., can remain with her new found love for nil and delivered wherever desired. Kespect-fullMcAli.ler A Sallee. who woreil Iroin Larey Incnce a year ago, he carr. called to see us ycaterday. He ii delighted The Lexington City Council ha adopt-a- n Coukt oi' Claih. Thi Court with all with hi new home. ordinance making it a finable offense to the Magistrates preaent convened on TuesLOCAL MATTERS. day, and according to a resolution hereto- expote cattle for aalo on any of the street fore adopted, went into the election ol offi- of that city. We would not like to see our TlMuTllY need cheap at A. OwaleyV. cer over which it haa jurisdiction, he council go quite so far as that, but if they No. I Steel Plow for $1'J, at W. T. firat wta for a keeper of the Poor House. would prohibit the congregation of cattle OreenV. lUnaom Carson filed a bid for $75 tier rn court day right in the centre of town MlM UtTMV l'KNNINdTON'rl acliool haa year for all paujicr over 12 year of age when there ia a wider and better place on IS pupil. and half that amount for thoe. under; the street along the Fast side of Court a ltrnadway, it would be Foil BALK. HO.OOO Poplar Shingle. II, Win. Collier $01 and $.11 and P. lv. Parriah Square, known $0125 and half that auui for those under appreciated. It is both filthy and disagreeaMattlngly. 12. Although not the loweat, the Court ble to have them on Main and lnncaater. Foil Kent. The Ja. N, Davi store. voted that Carson' wa the best bid and MARRIAGES. house, till January lat. Apply to K. K. he wa for another Tear. Dr. Harrow, Mr. George Marshbrook obtained li8lephenson aa physician, to the John O. .NV.wi.ani ha heen elected put in a bid of $125; Dr. J, U. Lewi of cense yesterday to marry MIm Margaret Town Marshall of Crab Orchard and law- $G5 aud the county furnish the medicine, White, daughter of Mr. Frederick, near Orchard. breaker had better hereafter beware. and Dr. W. M.Doore for$S3.50. The Crab DEATHS. latter waa There were four asThe Court of Claim net down on gl?iug Mess i a. Mi. Willis, wife of Mr. Win. Willi. the Courltr Attorney SO per cent, of finet pirant for School Commissioner, worked out on the atreet. Ilully for them J. A. lioglc, J.M. Philips, John llriKht of the Gilbert Creek neighborhood, died and 9. D. (loocli, Philip wa Tuesday, after a long Illness. She waa al 1 1' you wish to buy cheap, Rood flour, on thellh ballot by a majority ol one. K. most 45 yeara of age. uat leave your order at Lincoln Mill. It. Chenault wa unanimously On Tuesday 'morning last, of Mem Satisfaction guaranteed. McAlIater A Sal. County Treasurer and hi commission fixed branous Crdup, Iletlie Jlarrl Ilrlght, lee. at 2 per cent. Dr. J. F. Peyton was elect- daughter of George P. and Mr. Nannie 0 Ilrlght. Wanteii. Country bacon, lard, butter, ed jail physician. Five fail bonds of She wa C year of age. having been fully paid wero burned in all kind of produce. fKE"i potatoes, applet RELIGIOUS. Highest cash price (aid. McAliitterA the presence of the Court. Judge K. W. Drown' salary waa increased from $013 to The total membership of the Tate' Urighl. In "Around the $700. The claim of Drs. Carpenter and Creek Association Predeatlnariau lliptist "John Thomi-soWorld" at the Opera House next Wednes- Stevenson for service a member of the is 2GG. Hoard of Health, though considered low Eld. U. It. Noel will preach at Logan' day night. Admission 60 ct. Iteaerred and Sunday, at enough, were rejected aa not being legiti- Creek church neat 75, ton aale at both drug itore. mate one against the county. Attorney 11 o'clock. IIasket and twilled flannel In blue and D. Ii. Carpenter played an appeal to the Elder Thomas Munnell, State Evanfor aacuea and Circuit Court on the claim allowed W. gelist, will conduct the meeting at Crab red and tatine flannel arter llannela of Puraiful for keeping lunatic, lteaolutiona Orchard, to begin walattand plain five-ijnight. all color fur d reuse at J. W. Hayden'. Iter, II. M. Rogers, of the Presbyterian on the death of Ef. John Cash were waa married to Patjionize home Inatitution come adopted. (They appear elsewhere.) W. Church, Lockland, O., II. Miller' salary a County Attorney for Mis Smith, second daughter of Dr. C. C. right to Lincoln Mill and leave your orlast year, wo increased from $540 to $585, Smith, of Msdison. sack flour, 35 cent; der. Judge llrown was appointed a committee At the late Conference of the M. E. 05 cent, and $1.23. to male such pro rata payment of the Church, North, at Iiouiaville, recommend McAlIater A Sallee. county' aiilMcrlplion to tho Stanford and ed a consolidation on equal term with the TlIK appraiaement of the estate of Mr. Proacheraville Turnpike, aa other subscriM.K Church, South. Jacob (1. Owaley ahawa It to be about ber are required to make. Judge Drown EIJ. John I Itoger haa been conductIn notlclug the Irgatee In our lait aud 'Squire Portman wer appointed to ing a protracted meeting at the Grassy iaaue, the name of Mr. Aaher Owaley, wa have the necessary repair done to the Springs church the past two weeks and Inadvertently omitted. Circuit Court room, such a fixing roof, there have been 16 addition to the church. "d to 1'urcha.e a new carpet Frankfort Roundabout. I havk taken charge of the miigl.iiianWule',nlf for it. The lout Court of Claim refused to We are requested to nay that the dedLivery Htable and will run the bualnea pay for briuging prisoner to jail and tak- ication of the liaptiat church at McKin-neInalfrcpecta. With finehoraea ing them back for trial. Thi waa reconwhich was to have taken place on the and new buggle, and liberal dealing, I aharo of patronage. sidered yesterday and the claim allowed. 15th, ha been deferred to the 22J, because hope to aecure a large The total amount of claims i a little over the pew will not arrive in tltno. A.T. Nunnelley. Mr. $0,000 about the same as last yeaV. Eld. J. J. Montgomery returned from TiiKiisaro three mull agent on tlilarun A. M. Feland appeared before the Court Caye City yelerday, where the now, which give them a dar lay ofi after aud asked that the delinquent list of 1870 dsbata wa to. occur, but didn't. (very trip. Hut it don't teem to do two of -- 7 rejected In June 1881, he reconsidered. The disputants could not agree on the them at leaat any good. Mr. Adam took The County Attorney objected and after question to debate and It waa declared off. another aack by Wedneaday, after taking a several spats between hlui and Mr. Feland, -- The Preebytery of the Philadelphia number of paper by the evening before. a vote oil the question wa taken and the Presbyterian Church voted, eleven to six, OM Iiord, how long are we to viand negliCourt by a votu of 0 to 5 refused to enter- enjoining the use of Instrument of music gent and incompetent uiaiUhaudleriT tain the matter. Considering the fact that in any service at church aa destructive Fubnituub Fawtohy. Mr. K. Hulbeit, the moat of the magistrate had in an unofli-cl- of the harmony of worship among the capacity aigued a paper recommending churches. a native of Qeorgia.at present realding it ltev. George 1). SiuioM, liaptlst minIn Indiana, I here to puah the Furniture that the delinquent be allowed Mr. look like he has either been b adly treated ister, of Greenbtish, charged with writing Factory project to a head. He la a practical man, who come with the heat of rec- or trilled with. To agree to do one thing love letter to a young lady of hi congreommendation a to character and ability and then do another look bad when it gation, ha resigned, and his resignation to do all he promUea. There I money In appear on the record. The business pf haa been accepted. During hi farewell the enterprlae, and wo hope and lellevo our (he Court wa concluded at II r. M, yester- sermon many ladles in the congregation day and adjourned. wept. citlien will tako hold with a will. - Thy "Alden' lt ii In." Meal, patent and at mill price and dellvertd, STOCK DRY aOODS.NOWOKGEHS'TUIffllSHm&GOODS.IATS.BOOTS, SHOES. &a, at- - waah-stind- ntMc-Kolie- rt ZROBT.. S- The American Mission Hoard during it last official year expended $019,211, of which $01 1,150 went to direct work abroad According to the table of statistic just published by M W. Jones, clerk ol the South Kentucky Association, which met composing 10 churches this year at Mt Salem, llit-rthe association, with a member-shi- p of 1.100. During the year there were received by baptism and letter, 160 members and 47 were dismissed by letter. There were only IS death in that time. LAND. html-nc- Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. LTTLE'S. RATES OH ALL RAILROADS gen-er- .jiaRCE0 70 McAl-leter- OPENS SEPT. 5.CL0SES 0CT.2l.82j Ikil-nan- llrg-nla- Klint-gun- Gamc-bag,8hn- STOCK AND CROP. J brrrch-loadln- Corn mid t $1.50 in the field in Clark this week. New corn sold in (.'olumbiii, Ky,, at $2.T)lperbirrel. I). W Vandeveer mild a 1,100 lb. steer Nnnli-vlll- toIt.SpaldliiRatS. II. S. Wither aold to lien Spalding, 6 head 1,1021 lb. cattle at CL The Lexington trotting race begin on the 10th and continue four day. Dr. T. B. Montgomery old hi wool this week, 2,1.10 lb, at 20 cents. Wakefield, Farris A Allen bought of J. E. Fairia 21 yearling mule at $00. II. S. Wither sold to Dr. T. D. Mont gomery an extra fine sucking mule colt for $95. Anthony Hunn sold to J. II. Alcorn 42 acre of land, adjoining Col. Weather-for- d XEIT ADTKUTISKMK.ITS. Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! I e, I ofler for ails primely my farm of 573 acres' nope cheap. Very tiling lor ITKIRHALB-He- mp miles Esttol Stanford, within Xi tyluif corn itiocki, hanging meat, Ac. Arplr on Plr Utter. abalfmll of the new turnplkenow beingcon-atructe- tl t T. It. Wsllon, thla offic. I am aclllng Ilia LAUREL COUNTY COAL for from Stanford to FrMCheriTllle. An ex- d from the dwelling to the pike. ctllent llulMings are brick and frame, with 10 roonia. McAlIater, llocker A Co. Pardee wishing to buy Well watered with fineaprlngs, aouisol them med! flnt-cluical water. ImproTeraeuta Including will do well 10 aeo mo before, purchasing. Respectthe fencing, lerina liberal. Address or call on Hank of 8tanfor), located at StanThe National fully, A. T. NUNNKLLEY. MKX.NAUAHG'OltK, ford, In the mite of Kentucky, la closing up III "5-- 1 in btanlord. Lincoln county Ky. I 77-t- f ra anil other creditors of said All Auoclatlon are therefore hereby notified to present the notes and other claltna aalnit the Association lor payment. Dated, (JUnfonl, Ky., Oct. I, ', COAL! NOTICE JNO, 1881. Caibler. for $1,300. Davi A Staggs, of Hilham, Tenn.,'soId ! to Doc Ilaugh a mixed lot of Tennessee cattle, SO head, for $010 ): proposals f.ir Hie building ol a Wsaollclt Wyatt Sandldge sold to W. F. Evans xWricl,3 tturlce high, frame. Material will liefiind on tho ground. Hide will be taken the "Diliehay" farm of 2S3 acres in the for the entire work, or foundation and separately. For particulars, apply at Weat End for $50 per acre. one to H. IV. HONK. IllufttouTlfle. Sam Dudderar sold to J. A. Harris A 1 T. KOIIIJVNO.V, f Kentucky. feeding cattle at 4 Son, 2 head 1,055-lb- . J. HcItUHKHTN, PENNY & McALISTER IH TO BUILDERS DK1LI DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. f byelclana' Prescriptions accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical rreparatlone a specialty. f poor-hous- $1,-00- nd at 6c. and 7 head 1,077-lNear Donerail, Fayette county, 111 acre of ground with home improvements were sold at $84 25 per acre. Foil Sale. Two red bulls ready for One i thoroughbred, the other a service. graded. J. S. Murphy, Stanford. The Lexington llrett Is after one Heath, of Wayne, for selling hog in that market knowing them to be diseased with cholera. Maj. John D. Harris, of Madison, delivered a few day ago tu Webster A Co, 100 cattle at CJ, equal to $100, or $10,000 for the Int. Geo. A. Whitney, of Montgomery, bought of Thompson Pros, 100 head of mule for November delivery at $100, and 5 aged mules at $150 per head. Public sale of abort horn cattle, Oct. 14th, by U.B.AE.I'. Woods, and Col. C II. Rochester. For further particulars and catalogue address them at Stanford. llrown A Wlel, of Cincinnati, shipped from Lexington on Wednesday night last cattle, averaging 1,500 six carloads of pounds, for which they paid from C to 0 cents. Green Woodcock, Esq., made a aale last week through II. M. Linney, of hi farm of 200 acres, in this county, to Mr. J. W. Soiwr, of Jessamine, at $85 per acre. Advocate. S. It. Helm tied the head cf a $160 horse to his leg the other night to prevent hi tn from jumping. It had the desired effect both then and thereafter, for ho got tangled and killed himself. O. Ware sold to V. F. Itamsey, 7 scrub heifer of 700 lb. weight at 3 cents, and a milk cow to Judge Saufley for $35. He also bought of Hurnett A Brown 27 scrub heifers at $200 perewt. of our corn show, which I Specimen to occur on November court day, are already beginning ao arrive. The premiums, which will be six in number, are the most liberal over offered by a newspaper. l'Aiua Couht. About 350 cattle offered at from 3 to 6 cents, and nearly all sold. About 100 unbroke mules on the market, selling at $100 to $117; good many broke mules at $75 to $S0, and 24 at $117. Not many horses, but those offered sold at $30 to $100. In Cincinnati cattle are quiet at $1.76 to $2 76 for common; $4 to $5 for good to extra butcher; common to choice shippers, $4 60 to $0 50; cows, $4 to $4 60; heifers, $4 25 to $1.75; stocker and feeder, $3.75 to $160. Hog are declining, $8.85 being the highest for best shipper and butchers; fair to good packers, $7.80 to $3 50; common, $0.50 to $7,35. Sheep are weak at 2 to stock ewes, 2 to 3; wethers, 3 tq 4; Lambs are dull at 4 to NOTICE lOlt ! ' The creditors ol J. L. Ooodeare hereby notified to present their clalina, properly proren, on or before Octolier 20, IS32. Same can be left with T. W. A V. K. Varnon. J. 1'. flOVEIt, October H. G. RUPLEY, MEltCHANX TAIIsOlt, TruitceofJ. L.!ooJe. Stanford, A Splendid Stock of Kentucky, Patrons of Stanford and vicinity that he has received SAjIYE! Wishes to Inform !il FAUM, containA well Improved MOUNTAIN ing O.Ni: HONDnKDAatns. with good dwelling house and all necuisary outbuildings and Orchard, In Uarrard couoty, Ky.,alx mllea from Crab Orchard, will be aold cheap, on easy tormi, as the owner la about to engage In other butlneu. Apply on the premises or by letter to Ol'.O.A. l'ATTKJV, Crab Orchard, Ky. -- Fall and Winter first-clas- s Goods, 'Which he guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. JOHN- THOMPSON! -- UDKMHtB Mftt! TlilnIVetv 511 1 1, confiiliiiiij (ho Infest aud ft the prcHcut, on TiiCMday, At the Stanford Opera House Tliiirmluj', Friday and Saturday ofench weelt, hhU on Court-DayWedneaday night and all other public days. We solicit n liberal ttharu or patronage and will endeavor to give entire HUtlsfacUoii. ron TiiKMiirrim7-nwait ii Wo will M STAR TROUPE! MOST IMPROVED InMACHINERY Hour, For iiiuiiufuctiirliig meal full operation. will irriita- grind lor ciiHtomcrM, Tor mid uoir in lVetl-iiCHtlu- y, WATClIKOItTUUMtUtXJlJlili 11 . And whatever you do Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuif, &c, DONT FAIL toPATUONIZE THEM. AIuujh on hand and Tor Hale. Highest ciihIi price paid Tar Corn. Wheat, le. Orderx left at Mill promptly attended to. Cincinnati, New Orleans &, Texas Pacific Railway. a: 1 In clfoct Sept. 21, 1882. CINCINNATI SOUTIIEltN DIVISION. STATIONS. Lve. a B. K. :m: i .a tia.ibiz.iei No. 17. Na.3. No.S. No.1. Da'y Dai- Ddlly Hal- ex. ly ex Sun ir. Sun. r.ji. f.M. A.M. a 10 840 853 11 10 V2V 1140 4 30 843 G3'J 1123 7 03 1133 7 31 12 20 12 US 7 6J 12 47 12 23 8 20 110 12 37 12 47 sr 8 30 120 2 23 No. 13 2 00 3 40 2 SO A.M. 6 00 IvOM 7 3u WEAREN, AND 1 " " Clnclnnatt.. Georgetown NIchoTaaville MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full Line of .... ....., llockwood Spring City ....... Arr. Custtsnooga........ V.U. " " ' High Urldgo. ...... Danville Junction City Somerset ,... l'olnt tlurnildo... Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap Wasli Stands, best Cotton on 140 8 30 N.l8. No.2. nit. " 11 11 II 732 823 10 23 tresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Contor Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. Mail Caskets. Jtcds, llu-rea- us, Chattanooga,... fcprlnj City- llockwood Kimenet....-.M,- . No. 4. Noli A.M. I A.M. A.M. 3 00 730 I also keep constantly ' 11 l'olnt Burnable.. Arr. Cincinnati " High llrldge...... Nlcholaavirie...., ' Lexington...... " tlwrgetown.- -. ... ALA1IAMA Juucttoo City... . Dauvllls. u: 140 sr 7 40 10 08 40 No.18. 182 2 13 I US A.M. 2 32 Iv3 30 3 33 3 40 841 2 41 0 10 4 11 311 6 3.1 433 333 yos 403 703 8 03 8 31 4 2S 733 S2C 10 23 7 40 700 12 74 730 703 033 I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and W Shelf HL -- 4, L,ve.t'htlauiogt... . Arr. Meridian Lvc. Marldlau " " " Tuacalooaa ...... Attalla ....... lilrnilngbau............ ...... UIIKAT SOUTHERN. A.M. VOO 12 DEALEIt IN- - . ... ...... . . 33 ............... ............ 3 13 . ... $:W,-00- 0. 5 rent. Valued Compliment, Mr. S. E. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn , writing to our Business Mansger and reA " . ...... " Tuacalooaa............. .. ..... Birmingham...... " AtUlla .. .... Arr. Chattanooga ... ............ .... 8 83 ... 10 00 8 30 ..... 67 12 21 2 60 0 30 Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, ... ... .......... ......... iionsi: Niiti:N, iioicsr. siioi; .Air.s, VICKBbUUH AND MliltlDIAN. . Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, I firat-cIa- Dilrler-Sween- ey newing his subscription says: ''Though almost a stranger to yourself and brother, personally, I can not conclude this, without expressing my admiration of the d manner and brave, in which your paper ha been conducted. Such an enterprise deserve the patronage of every Keuluckian, especially every Lincoln countian. 'Ti a letter to those from home twice a ween, and 1 could better afford to do without any other paer or magazine I take than the Stanford INTK- n high-tone- Lv. 11 " llraudon " Jackion Arr. Ylckaburg..... Korest Meridian .. .. I..... .. .. . I..... I 12 60 2&8 020 3 63 j 20 I 8 00 110 41 28 j I 41 4 43. Lit. " i' Jackton Vlckiburg Hrsndou. .... . .... ..... Air. Forest. ... Meridian ..... , ... ill VICKSBUUO. SIlltEVKfOKT AND PACIFIC. l,ve. Vitkiburg Delia ....... . .. ... ... ..... Arr. Monro Lve. Mouroo " Delta BIOB JoUKNAL." Local Markets. l', Below are the ruling price for provisions, Ac, In Stanford s Beef-ro- ast, cents; steak, 10c.; bacon shoulders, C79 VVKKK. Ill a day at Iioins easily made. Outfit free. Address Tai'a. A Co., Au aides, 20c; hams, 20c; flour, $2.603; corn, 9s-Coit- ly guila. Maine. $1.60; meal, 00c. per bus.; oats, 60c.) cofC Am CPOnperdar at horns. Sauiidea worth fee, 12120c.. brown sugar, 10c; white, 12 $U IU 9U)3 i,ve. Addnu Sriaao A Co., cents; lard, 18c , 76080c ; Irish 1'ortlaud, Main. your own town. Terms snd S potatoes, 60c, er bu., iweet potatoes, $1.00; : CRRA 810 2c; .... --.... Arr. Vlckiburg. JOIIN MXVTT. V. P. andflen. Mall. Cln. Sou It'y, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. I". WILSON, O. P. snd 1'. A. Cln, Sou. lt'y, Clnclnuatt, O.; II. COLU lilt AN, O. 1', A. A.U. H. lt'y. CsltauonKS.Tenu. J. 1IAHDV, O I'. A V. A M. lt'y, Vkkiburg, Mlu.1 JOB P. McfiUIULM). 1' X. V., S. & 1'. lt'y, Monro, La. 12 30 0 110 12 30 8 80 7 30 Stovcs,Tinware? Fruit Jars Groceries, fi5alt, Lime, QUEENS WAKE, OLASSWAItE, Comout, &o. Also THE. CHAMPIOIV STEEL PLOW, And tho GENUINE OlilVEIt inolu, None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal. ing, &c, done on short notice. HIT,T,i:0 PIOW. n ; butter, 25c ; egg, 15c; salt by Iibl., $2, I 9DDoultll I'ortlauJ, Maine. free. A.Jnu II. IUlucttACu, l'$llS&, - Roofing, Gutter" . J J irunictxa tiik rnnxx. "Aro yon tho editor?" said a man, who woro a conciliatory smllo and dyed Iieanlas ho took a scat in tho office. k&EJIiT&OTlTD, KY. Wo acknowledged that at present wo - October 0, 1882 served and instructed tho pnblio in that Friday Morning capacity, and, toprovo our assertion, wo showed him tho blisters modo on our hands by our exertion in operating tlio TIM TALK OV A Sit HIT. lover that moves tho In tlio cotirno of n confidential conver- Archimcdian sation with a friend who hod recently world Jiiul two now shirU mndc, wo learned in"Well, I want yon to snrpriso mo cidentally Hint tlio stylo of building with n flattering personal notico in your shirts lind rndicnlly chnnged, and tlint paper. I am going to run for constablo, they wero being modo to button in front and I want something neat in tho woy of r?r I instead of nt tlio back of tlio neck. Tlio n send-off.- " " Onr columns aro always open to news was so good that wo could not bo tho licst interests of the public, Ii'oto it until wo had It directly from a shirtmakcr, who showed ns tho ground but wo shall expect yon to first snrpriso plan and front elevation that had been us with a pecuniary conicnsation, not prepared by architects for tho erection necessarily for publication, but merely of Bomo flno shirts for our liost citizons, as a plcdgo of good faitlu ", and suro enough tho old fashion of fold"I'll pay. A man ijan't oxpect to bo ing doors in front, instead of a storm surprised without paying for it in ad door lctwcen tho shoulder blades in tho vance What novo you cot ? " "Wo con accommodate you with alback, was tho fashion. Wo Imto novcr felt so much liko passing n resolution of most any kind of personal notices, from biography to an thanks to tlio shirtmakcrs, and a resolu- a cheap electro-plate- d obituary, and at a scalo tion of condolcneo to parties who linvo eightccn-cargot to wear tho old ones, In our Ufa. of prices varying according to tho strain Thoso shirts that button in tho bock on our columns and veracity. In moldhavo been tho caaeo of moro profanity ing public opinion wo defy competition. than any ono tiling. Shirts that button Now, how would you liko tills? It is a o gem, and will in tho back Lara been tho cause. o neat crime. Religious societies cannot pros- cost you only SI. 00. per as tlioy should when tho malo popu "Our enterprising townsman, Col. , than whom thero is no moro lation has to reach over its head, and B away around to tho bock of tho neck to popular and gcfflal gentleman in tho button its shirt Talk about spending length and breadth of our great Empiro thousands of dollars to find tho North State, has consented, at tho earnest polo ; if half tlio money spent in that solicitation of raany friends, to sacrifice way was offered as a reword for tho do. his very profitable business to tho pnbtection of tho man who invented shirts lio good, and has authorized us to him as a candidate for tho honor-abl- o that buttoned in tho back, and ho could office of conBtablo of tliis prebo turned looso among men that havo Buffered for years by his dovilish con- cinct.' "If that is not strong enough, hero is trivance, it would bo well expended. For fourteen years tho men of this a Michael Angelo, full length, in which country havo been slaves to this absurd your qualities of head and heart will bo fashion, and moro arms havo been touchingly alluded to, and yon will bo cramped, shoulders dislocated and backs commended for your generous impulses ed for by the registers, tho surplus only 82.00 each insertion. bent than would bo boliovod by thoso Then wo votes aro deducted from tho affirmative who havo not seen it. Tho spectacle, of havo a brilliant thing, after Mozart, voto for tho candidate. Tho possibility a man, after getting into which is really intended for Guberna- of casting two votes in tho samo box is his shirt, making a contortionist of him- torial candidates speaks of your sim- guarded against, as far as possible, by self, an acrobat, trying to get on tho plicity' of character, jeans clothes, and tho Government furnishing tho balls, proclivities ; but it can bo which aro given out ono by ono at tho other Bido of himself to button his shirt tho back way, is sad indeed. Statistics cosily modified to suit a prospectivo moment of voting. It is possiblo with show that buttons on tho back of a shirt constablo. It will cost you $3. Thero collusion to commit frauds by casting always como off tho second week, and in aro several others from 2 to $10 each. two ncgativo votes for a candidate, as tho ploco of tho thin, oyster-she- ll button For referring to you as an ' old land- tlio extra voto would then bo deducted that comes with tho shirt, tho housowifo mark,' 81 extra is charged." from his affirmative vote ; bat, as each reckon yon can saw mo off 83 candidate has a friend w ho watches every always sows on a big drawers button, four sizes larger than tho button holo, worth, but yon must throw in something voto cast, this possibility is rcdnced to a and, if ho gets tho button in tho holo, tho about my brilliant war record." minimum. London Times. "Wo always do that" holo has to bo "bushed" or a washer uoitunuio had roiiaoTiEx. "And just wind up by surprising put on tho button next time. Qo through " Will sho novcr como ? " ho muttered our prisons and you will find that tho Capt Bill SmiVo. Ho is running against criminals, tho bad racu, wear shirts that me. I wouldn't say anything ho might in low, earnest tones; "never como to button in tho hack. Tlioy havo been tako offenses at Only Bay that ho is not hear tho sweet words of lovo that aro driven to a life of crimo by lotting their fit for tho office, becauso ho has a breath waiting on my lips for her ? " A fish tempers get tho best of them whilo liko a buzzard, and tho record of a con- roso to tho surface of tho brook, looked searching blindly for a button with ono vict You might add that my brother at tho young man and went away tired. will seek her," ho said; but as ho hand, and a button-hol- o with tho other, hasn't got a wifo that has fits. That wImb their basks wero turned. They go will hit him whero ho is soro, for his turned to go a pair of gleaming arms don't wero thrown around ins neck ana two front homo mad, and commit crimo to brother's wifo is subject to fits. caro to lug any crsonalitics into this rosy lips wero pnekcrod up for a kiss. get oven. "So you havo como at last," ho said, Tiio baro idea of having shirts that campaign unless I am obliged to." " Wo can't do it, Colonel. Your rival looking at hor fondly. "Yes," revku m num. win you u icvuug vi rest g to tirod, humanity. To is our personal friend. Ho is a sub- plied tho girl. " Birdio McMurtry novcr breaks a promise. I told mamma that standTtip" to tlio glos3 and button a shirt, scriber." "Pshaw I I thought you wero run- sho would hayo to hang out tho clothes nml'aeo what you aro about, will bo bliss although it nearly broko indeed. Tho thought of a generous ning an independent paper in tho inter- herself slit in, tho bosom of n shirt, whero one's est of tho people, but I boo you aro tho my heart to leave her at such a timo.'' hand'iuAy under, is elysium. Thero subsidized organ of a political cliquo," "Great heavens I" said Boderigo to had forgotten that it was are times wo say it advisedly thero and off ho went to seo tho editor of tho himself, Monday." Chicago Tribune. nro times when tho best of us want to other paper. Texas Siftlngs. put ft i hand insido a shirt bosom; but A CAUTIOUS JCVITOlt. DnsvEn Tribune primer : This is a with-th- o 'old shirt that buttons in tho Tho roligious welfaro of Orecnvillo, Diamond Pin. Tho Editor won it at a back a man might as well bo a burglar- proof safo, with tho combination lost, as Ala,, is jealously guarded by iho Echo. Church Fair. There wero Ton Chances totrv.togctin. With tho old ahirt it A now theater was to bo opened with at Ten Cents a Chance. Tho Editor would bo absolutely necessary to biro a " lUcholicu," and tho cautious editor, Mortgaged his Paper and Took ono Chance. Tho Pin is Worth seven hunwhilo admitting that tho play was hand. as tolerably moral, felt it his dred Dollars. Editors liko Diamonds. A man's stomach has been a sealod duty to add: "Wo aro so utterly ig- Somotimes thoy Wear them in their book for fifteen yoars, with tho old bosom, with no port holes. Oc- norant of everything in this lino, having Shirts, but Generally in their Mind. casionally a man's heart aches, and if never informed ourselves upon tho subThe Fish Commissioners of Now ho could put abandon it, without going ject, that wo aro entirely unablo to mako York havo planted 77,CG7,000 young fish around tho back way and sneaking in any positivo assertion ono way or tho and 095,150 maturo fish in tlio lakes and under tbi arm, ho could toll by tho other. This notico was allowed to enter streams of that State during tho past our columns with tho cxpross underfe'c'lfng wheth'er it was unrequited affecten j cars. Thero is good fishing in many tion that ailed him or rheumatism. With standing that io aro constitutionally waters now whero thero wasnono beforo tho now shirt an exploring expedition nnd religiously opposed to theaters. thoy wero restocked. Wo havo only announced all go at can bo sent to tho scat of tho disease A WUOPPEIL their own risk." before it is everlastingly too lato. A citizon of our county tells tho fol'(Men liavo been wounded, and before LOUD HKACOXSFIHLU'.S IUKAL. lowing as a truo fact: " Ho had, a choice .. thoy .could bo turned over and tho en- If ho had been possessed by a great hen setting on ninotoen eggs. Ono to tho shirt found thoy have bled lovo of truth or of humanity, all troncej might morning, on paying tho hen a visit, ho to dbath. Tho old n Bhirt is havo como right j ho would havo quickly a fraud, and tho now ono is a daisy, it worked through his youthful cynicism found that sho hod left tho nest, and ho soon perceived that a largo blacksnako may bo said bysomo that tho now open to something higher. But prido and sesame shirt will show to tho world tho ambition, tho prido of raco and tlio prido bad curled itsolf within tho nest Upon seeing this, tho gentleman stopped back, color of tho undershirt. It might if ono of genius, left no room for thoso sentigathered a stick and killed tho snake. was going to uso bis shirt bosom for a ments. His intellect was skopticaL Ou cutting off tho hood of tho snako ho pillow, but fow do that. And, oven if His heart was somowhat cold. Beforo theytdidtliht is tho only way tho world him lay a world iu which fumo and took it by tho tail, Bhaking it over tho nest, tho nineteen eggs dropping back Can knOW that a man Troara n nlllr tin. powor wero to bo won by tho gifts into tho nest Tho eggs being left in dersLirtJfwith amonogram on tho front. which ho know himself to possess ; tlio Wo hail tho now shirt with laurels of others would not let him tho nost, tho lion returned to her boat, and in duo timo sho had hatched eightdelight, and aro suro tlio pnblio will sleep ; and ho throw all his soul into tho een littlo chickens, said by those who when thoy onco got their hand in. pursuit of fanio and powor, havo seen them to be raro curiosities. Ig&'l un. It was a poor ideal. Hut ho scorns to This peculiarity Is noticed in tho littlo uxarJiLLOr.s must litkumiit havo thought it tho only ideal, and chickons, as being afraid of evory stick probably lookod on thoso who strove kvvoiit. from a stick "My great ambition oiico was," ho after bomo other as cither fools or hypo- that thoy boo, running back in tho greatest terror, uttering tho cry crites, liirly in his political lif o ho taid remarked, 'puo evening, " to edit a magof pevc. Why is this fear does a stick azine. Since then tho opportunity lias ono day to ono of tho foremost of his resemble a snako ? Thcso littlo things been offered to mo many times jind I political opponent (from whom tho aro a study for naturalists, and Bomo-timdid not tako it, and would sot" That prcseut writer hoard tho anocdote), as truth is stranger than fiction." tlioy took their umbrollas in tho vest!-bnl- o samo night ho sjwko of his first poem American Jlcpubltcan. of tho House of Commons : "After tho first that over was printed and described his trepidation whou going in all, what is it that brings you aud mo Thuy aro laughing at a traveling Enhero? Famol This is tho truo arena. glishman who complained, iu Syracuse, tho evening to drop tho precious manuscript into tho editor's box. Tliis was I might havo occupied a literary throno. " I caliu't got mo luggage, for I lost me at aAVeokly Miowpaper oillco in Port- But I havo abandoned it for this career." brasses, you know," land, Mo. when ho was a boy. PubJivf. James liryce, in Tho Century. lication day arrived and tho paper caino OovmiNMENT bonds at present prices A Soxojia (Cal(farmor has raised flvo net tho owners 2 per cent out but not a ivord of tlio poem. "But interest a I had another copy," ho said, "and I cork trees, which aro now twunty-llv- o to low rate for monoy. immediately sunt it to tho rival weekly, thirty foot in height and from ten to Tub Corouor's jury heard tho evidence, and tho next week it was published." twelve inches in diamoter. Ono coat of examined tho body and then returned a cork, ono and a quarter inch thick, has Aw,Ilh Jib jl scribed his exultation been striped off. Tho tree resembles verdict of death from exhaustion. Tho inoxprciwiblu joy and pride, when and unfortunate man had been trying to having bought a copy of tho paper, tho live oak in foliogo. The seeds wero start a now paper in Brooklyn. tho press, and walked brought from Spain tweuty years ago. st'dMUjifroni "with iriuto it of tho town ho " is not right to sjwll a goldoa " Dip I understand you, bIt, to say aaiZfor tlio first time, a poem of his that Senator VtHwbece is wedding," was the ground on which a in tlio liabit of I havo novcr own actually iu print tripping tho light fantastic?" 'O, no, Missouri Judgo refused a divorce iu a siuco had such u thrill of delight," ho not at all J on! s;ke of 'iim mi tlio caso where tho parties had lived tcurfilli. raid, "ovcrauy of my publications." niuo years, faiaou.1 Dad, erf at littloprc-Itaphaclit- Tlio voting is literally by ballot, each candidate having A ballot-bo- x marked with his nmno and divided Intoi two chambers, with a tnbo largo enough for tho hand to bo Introduced through it, opening in such a way that tho ball employed In voting may bo thrown to tho right or left yes or no without Ita being porccptlblo to tho spectator whioh of tho destinations it has taken. Behind or in front of each box stands tho personal representative of tlio candidate, whose duty it is to present tho ball to tho voter and call out tho namo of tho candidate, but no indication or persuasion as to tho veto is permitted. Tho voters aro registered and tho registers printed, copies being tarnished to tho persons who represent tho candidates or nuy other who may desire them, and tho votes aro cast, not in tho districts whero tlio voters reside, but according to nn alphaliotical arrangement, tho voters whoso names begin with A, 11 or O hav ing their appropriate voting placo, generally a church or school-houstlio election taking placo on Suuday. Tho voter presents himself at his quarter, gives his namo, which is checked off bn tho printed catalogue and written down in a register by officials appointed by tho local tribunals, after which scrutiny tlio voter goes to tho row of ballot-boxe- s, and votes at all in succession. If ho is a man who has found it difficult to say "no" to tho solicitations of tho candidates, ho may havo promised to vote affirmatively for everybody, and keep his promiso so that his vote is entirely thrown away. Tho oloction lasts ono day, and with tho safeguards I havo detcribed leaves littlo room for fraud tho only form availablo being that of impersonation, presenting oneself in tho place of another voter before ho has voted and casting a voto in his namo ; but this is too dangerous to bo often attempted. In caso of any ballot-bo- x containing moro balls than aro account- nojr tiirt rorn iy nur.ncr. Rcnoai.n opTitncincva. When, at the lieginnlng of an neason. after passlntr tho nianntror's Insioctun, an athlete of any kind gels into tho ring, ho represents a vast amount of hard and thoughtful labor and instruction. Ho has been in " winter quarters," of Rome kind, but ho has also liecn at " school," "il tlio youngor ho is, tho moro ho has had to enduro from exacting and often severe, teachers. Tho larger shows and moro enterprising showmen often sot up "schools" of their own, connected, it may le, with tho establishments wherein thoy keep and train their quadruped iwrformcra. In every such school of tho circus, thero is a good deal of machinery, as well as an cxcricnccd professor of tho art of doing impossible things. Thero are kept on hand every kind of gymnas-ti- o apparatus for thodovcloptmcnof act ivity and muscular strength. Thcso latter vary, of course, with tho nature of tho lessons tho pupil is learning, and at list ho is confronted with tho very things ho is to employ in the presenco of watching crowds. By tho pitiless severity meted out to all needless failures modo in tho presenco cf his exacting trainor, tho " ho is made to nnder-stan- d at an early day that ho must novcr mako a failure in tho presenco of pay-la- g spectators. Tlio trainer represents tho keen-eyepublio, and also tho demands of his employer, tho manager, and ho must givo a good account of tho timo and monoy expended upon tho school. If any loy should bo seized with a " fever" to distinguish himself In tho " ring," nothing would bo so likely to euro him as a week or so under a careful and faithful teacher In a winter school for tho circus. In nincty-nin- o cases out of a hundred, tho scholar would forever af Icrward bo to remain outsido tho ropo circle. W. O. Stoddard, in St. Xtcholas. Bchool-mastcr," d con-Unt- r.tntiT almost-miraculou- s ur. .v a nsoirnniFT. , riium,ioAt.. f. T. ciiinni iiiiuctoiii. K, VAUNOK. Instances aro not wanting of tho preservation ot human licings when buried In a Fow moro remarkable than tho following will 1)6 found, which occurred at tho villngo of Implngton, almut thrco miles from Cambridge. On tlio 2d of Fobruary, 1709, Mrs. Elizabeth Wood-coca rcspoclablo resident of tho village, on returning homo from market was overtaken by a snowdrift Lying down besldo a hedge, alio was completely onvclojHxl, and remained thero nnlil tho 10th ot tho month a period of eight days and eight nights. During tho interval, ono of tho villagers is said to havo dreamed, on threo different occasions, that a haro was to bo found at a certain apot at tlio roodsido near tho village Immediately alter tho lost occasion, ho resolved to go and boo ; and, on doing so, ho discovered a handkerchief in a holo in tho snow ; and on further search, to his amazement, Mrs. Woodcock. Sho was convoyed, in full possession of her facnltien, to her family nnd friends, who had given her up for lost Sho said sho had a distinct rocolloction of hearing tho villago lelln chiming for tho church service, on tho day after that on which sho was in what sho believed was to bo her winding-shee- t ; and equally good was her hearing on the morning of tho day on which sho was rescued, when, on tho bells again chiming, sho recognized tlicm. About thirty or forty years ago, a monument commemorative of tho event, with an inscription stating tho particulars, was erected on tho spot; and persons aro said to bo still living in tho villago who remember having seen Mrs. Woodcock. Chambers' Journal k, drift-wreo- lli. r. Til HTIIOIHtrT.MIUTII IUV J. H. Wx, nUM. Prayer Mcetlni-alhtimlnlflila. Sunday rkhonl A.I'O'OltrXJTiYH l yoo a. H. J. rl. Hlm, rxiprrlntendent. '..AW, Tlie Woman a Mlnaisnar ivrlel' mU her on tha BTAfmmn. ky. Sunday In eaeli Month, at I o'elucb Mra. T. T. Ofllf In Owilej . Hon', new ImiIMIh up tlaln. naiinui, rimxiMii. II. O. KAUri'MAN, J M. Ilauca, I'mIi.t. Meniere MAITIST-ll- ar L) on rtoond and rViurlb Sundaya, rooming ami ATTOItrVMY At lAAV, Prajei nl;M. u." l.-- u.i Meeting . etery WednMilav . I.ANCASTKII, KY. nnn. nunnr nvuuoiI at w au a. ai."....-- narrow ii, it, Mailer UnininMoiicr and CViinlr Attorney. Will Superintendent pracilra In all Ilia Uni.tuof llaitard and adJMnlnjt TlllHTIAN. Worahlp by fbo mntrefatlon ir-er- y rcuniUi and In the Com I of A al. Iird'a day lrearhlnby ir J. W. (Vu on tint and Third data. Hnnday Hchonl ALKX. ANDKltaON, at t IS. Joe. Severance, Superintendent. VlAXnH. TALI,A(1 T. W. A W.B VAJINON, AT lt an. C I lnl' UANVIM.K, KY., 1ft tUm fY.Mi.tam Will tra--r- l ... .... .VUa vi tla.l-la null iwi tountlrt and In tba Court of Apvala. A'rroilNHY AT A'l riltr J,. AW. .. ..llll tVIIUI roy, potior Hiindar Hrhnol at 10 John W. emipeflntendent. Union Trayer Meeting on lay nlihti. Wed nltWIIYTrltlAN, SOUTH Itee I H. MfHI. iu in, . ...MAHTHIIHON 1'KYTOW. joinina louniira, ani in tba C.iitt ol Apifalt. 0O otff 11 T. I'lerea'i aloia. JtNUKXlMIXkll tnft COU.1TT. 1 IIIUIITV ifv Will praellea In all IbaCuiirteor Caier and ad. JjAW, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, !l niTHT.HTArU'OUIl, KY., 5, ., WINE, IK Dll. J. O. OAHl'HNTEH. 8TANFOIIU, KrlNTOCKY OIBcuoTer Itobl. S. Ljtla'i (lore. Ofllea houn from 1 lo SK and 7 to 9 r. M. DIil.lt Momtmenla, J. J. WILSON, DKNTIHT. hTANKOUD, KY. Office and Unddrncr, Upper Main Ot, iMm, ma. VwBT j lleadilonea, TaMeU.Ac Mathle Work ot all klnda orally eieru-tr- d and Mill. faction guar na anleed. and HUIKJKON DUNTIHT, HTANPOItl', KY, Offlf LEB P. HUKl'MAN inateafurntih rd on applica4 ly tion el. tba Mjen Hotel. rureNHrom (lilJe 11. South alda Main Street, two doora abott ) SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL admlnliterot when 11 H U. Will I week of each month, from Brit Monday liental rooini lo St. Aaaph Hotel, oirr MeAUIef A llilgbi Sraalgn AI Lancaster threo aeekaofeacb mvnlb Iroio. third Monday Denial rnrnui In Hoiim (Xewelgoi I'uranllrom oiM gaaa administered when nereaairy. IM If HmllJ insN'riMr, In tHanfnrd nn MOltOAN. D. " ilUlln ""'- - ....... UldlCII m;u-iTii'V- ww ln Heres, THjE GREAT NERVINE l I m'Ur mil rf &ffv. M&ee ceiivy the aer e it ww ' aler . Ii of I tin Heart. Mliftrtiirea f llreejlh, J, lllalerlra rnmwllltrl 4 ' m , , ,,.,,, r. . nu g Mt . i. i.l rttt. rrtla.iral ciret.Q ! Hum riir-- n fur llllt MIIV1I.. Ilr, - ipi-elll- e fur alr)lti- I.l lilt M Tlll'-- INTIKIMJ IIHIkki. I lirra III. 11. 1. r .... f.1.1 i. fc..irineell ..fee Ibe fc M. ll . yn ttta rmllV H.ri. tlllll III. 1:1. HMtllirrnrt. ) I lib ffiiaiea.1. . Atk jvur !'r-- ii xeaiar I H. OPERA HOUSE. STAN KOMI, KY. r.r ItliriimnlUin. m. I ('(.. A.lhmi.. tUiIMIatlnn ur err .f ...a trip r jelr a "I "I I back-achin- "I boil-cr-ir- TALUK OF TUB COXT. Tho first cows wero imported to this country by adventurers from Europe in JC09. They wero mostly of 8panish tud Swedish breeds. The first cows in :ho West wero imported toCahokia,HL, In 1800. Thoy wero largely used in placo of horses for drawing plows, etc. Jn 1850 tho first cattlo wero driven cross the plains to California. It was (ocn thought that tho nature of tho country was such that it could not bus-al- n cattlo, but this was afterward found lo bos mistake, tho dairy interest of California being now In 18S0 thero were 35,877,701 horned cat-tl- o in tho United States, which, estimated at $25 ahead, would represent a valuo of $700,913,775. Tliis was an over tho figures of 1870 of 50 per cont Tho census showed that in 18S0 thero wero 12,412,137 milch cows in tho country, which will probably bo increased in 1882 to 13,000,000. Calculating tho valuo of tlio milk flow at 810 per cow per year, tho milk of these kino would bo worth $520,000,000. An increase of 10 per cent dnring tho next year means an addition of $1,000,000 per week to tho wealth of tho country. Tho Stato of Iowa in 1870 had but 809,-81- 1 cattlo, and no creameries. In 1880 it had 8,521,000 cattlo and 500 creameries, whoso number is constantly Increasing. Estimating tho annual butter yield of a cow nt 100 pounds, thoso cows produce an annual butter product of 85,400,700 pounds, which, at 25 cents per pound, is a valuo of 821,282,125, of which is exported. Tho dairy interest of Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin has increased CO per cent daring Iho last ten years, while tho incrcaso in Now. York Stato was but 0 per cent Tho dairy interests of tho States of Kan-,iaNebraska, Dakota and Minnesota aro also pushing forward with rapid n Cut Littler, before the strides. Dairymen's Convention. one-half s, A'orA-wester- TEXT FJt O X TIIK JIUlHtlll.1T HOOKS, All that wo aro is tho result ot what wo havo thought; it is founded ou our thoughts, it is mado up of our thoughts. If a man speaks or acts with an evil thought, pain follows him as tho wheel follows tho foot ot tho ox that draws tho W. P. WALTON, - - Proprietor. Slia of Stage, 20M. Kfcbt coin 'alexia at Kern, ery baling rapacity, Including gallery. IW. ItniMoabla ralea lo gdaltratbM.r, Addrm aa ;. r..4.t alTe. iit! Hn n. iiiiicii:tt, ATTOR N cart EY AT LAW, For hatred does not cease by hatred Mt. Vernon, Ky. at any timo; hatred ceases by lovo tliis Will practice bla profralon In Itockrutla and is an old rule. atjolnlog rountlea and In tha Court of AppraJa, Let a man ovcroomo anger by lovo; Cpeclal attention glean to collectloni. let him ovcrcomo evil by good; let him ovcrcomo tho greedy by liberality, tho liar by truth I Let ua livo happily, then, not hating EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., those who hate us I Among men who Notlh-KaCareer of Malu and Third tHrreti, hate us let us dwell free from hatred I Tho man who is frco from credulity, DANVILLE. - KENTUCKY but knows the Uncreated, who has cut Excelsior Art Rooms it cSte'SVEBW. TtiU preparation la pirclr Tecetat.le and frew from all deleter! ia ir ita"Kausa'anrea, and Ii la alia, ul.ir . eriam 1,1 laortturina frvm Ilia hutiutu atalcm Ii la not nanaeallng tu lbamiaili1r(eiafon.3i b tail cliiilrrti wl Uka II aa rralilr aa liter w lui.taaera wliirli abouM reeoniniti 1 u i.i ei try h uMk-e- tr lareniaoaii . niaiiti all tics, removed all temptations, renounced all desires, ho is tho greatest of men. As tho beo collects nectar and departs without injuring tho flower, or its color, or its scent, so let a sago dncll in his village. When tho learned man drives away Vanity by earnestness, ho, tho wise, climbing tho terraced heights of wisdom, looks down upon tho fools sercno ho looks upon tho toiling crowd, as ono that stands on a mountain looks down upon them that stand on tho plain. If a fool bo associated with a wise man, cvon all his lifo, ho will pcrocivo tlio truth as littlo as tho spoon receives tho taste of tho soup. An anecdote of Aubcr : About fifteen yoars ago a young colored musician happened to tako part in violin conictitiou at tho Conservatoire. On tho voto being taken as (o whether ho should bo awarded a prizo thoballut-bo- x was found to contain nothing but black balls. "Ah," said Aubcr, glancing at tho contents of tho urn, " if ho were in his own country tho negro would havo been successful." HarlAg recently rrllle.1 my rooiua wlib all of tba modem Ititprovemenla, I now hare tha ma. apply ll with MMr am aiiarklinc rrra, liappr andntouaaiilrii. wl iinruna Fluent (Jullerjr in Central Kentucky! ureagraliliMa of the litlle onea. 11 lontly eititraa lite la lite a.ilu eartta Allle' lltat la i naant lit lakt lutuptii Wbeo you 1UII Uanellle, don't tall loiall and tew twMtiiirai tiaia. an.1 aula i.y ileal era a I laeuiy-rlrcenta Try a la.tilr a liMpeclfully, C.f KIIWAKII 11. rbolograpber Ky. (leoluglral Survey -- rux, Otfrr, Manorarlure-- t by tOO JinlM r. I'lOKRr: Klrwt, lttlmHllr, Ky. Tor eala In 8lanl-r-l by I'aiar A Mr A Hair. a. Intel dm Jemmal THE MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. The Mormons urgo in favor of polygamy that " no woman could sccuro in heaven unless united in marSaint of tho Morriage to a Luttcr-Damon Church ou earth." y STJESjAJSK- - back-actio- lUUKKCllAKACTBUINTlOKVITAPUB. A friend who read tho epitaph prepared for his own tomb by tho lato Prof. Clifford was prompted to compose two others which, with that of tho professor, wo givo below : ATimiT. not tod I u conceited; I I Uvea tni Hi Ultl work; I im net oJ I rion not. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AMU JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is Proparod to do all Printing kinds of in tho Best of Stylo and at City FJguros. Try us. i Its Proprietor ii Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gueits. iu ', . Ri'Kilta will be coa'titd to sad from tatdtpot irteoi raargt. irciai acroaiMooaiiaaa b la to Comnt rrlalTrattUra. The liar will AGENTS ARE MAKING UlUUiUntC- - II I IIPTniTTn PTfini finml ." m iiki oinn prn MtiMTH .. sriiuf! mftnninn.... i HMWw a ... ......... .mi.aa.iR-- n MWWI1BB a waww, V1WW .. I. .Ka .. " .... ww . .. ... ru..u .. .te.B.. " a.mMa.aia eoitflaivaua at II aeaea. Value, Ua IT..14..1. Y Illa.iralUaa. Mlkla lW4 a. ttrt taint aalkatltlaa eitiiJitl. aai t.l4.,.l raualaleita I I tl; w ll.t..u ajt nun PtraMfi ..., aai ii.au ilrtaf inaiaLi. I .llwilut; (atmaa, llae. J . af.ilr.nu..M. aaif.Miii;iiiiilllIIHo..a w7.iat., Minn Jiti n J ...... -. -- CWi-nl- . open-wint- ' ciinumx. Qod willed ; I wu. W hit Ua hid pluinod I wrought Uod and now I dtU with 111m. Thit dons, lis Literary World. AX AIT ltBTOUT. n Chicago W. W. O'Brien, a witattornoy, whilo ness, who had testified that ho was a -maker, asked : " Aro you a physiowoll-knowg cabinet- riXTUIUT. drop of lirtjr out from tiro InSnlt, I buns tnir u luiUut nd threw iuj r To niake tho rainbow. X microcosm IleflectiDg til. TUtn Uck I fill ignin, And, though I irllod not, 1 wm no more. A alwaia tapalled with tka choltatt braadiofLUaoraaad Cliari. ..il.4.i.. "nn"ii.ii w. k. iii.inniri THE NEW ROUTE EAST, VIA LANDBETHS' PEdigreeseeds twr-NmJ- .h WASHINGTON! TIIK ONLY MM: ItUNNINIl flARS-S- i SEEDS SEEDS ftr Iluudaouio FOrthO MERCHANTonoueNowPInn For tho MARKET GARDENER For tho PRIVATE FAMILY CrOWn by nnrBnluna on our own rnrma SEEDS SEEDS lllualrutcd Culoloijuo nnd Hurul lirgUCcr I'lllCII TO AI.Im .IIUKCIIANTH, HKNII VH YOUlt IIL'HINIS t'AUIIK l'OR TUAIIU I.1NT. DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PHILADELPHIA cian?" SOLID TRAINS, WITU "No; aud I never claimod to bo," was tho roply. "Oh, well," said tho attornoy, havo soon a great many fools who vero physicians and a groat many who woro not" a great many lawyers who wero gentlemen and a great mauy who wero not," rotortod tlio wit- "I Pullman Sleeping Coaches I Ov A From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TIIttOUUHTlIK & for V'O e' le'Thc fT " And I havo Been ness. Grandest Scenery in America! Couuertluf direct Iu IVnn. Baiiiuoheanh claim that tho courteous bcluvlor toward ladies by goutlo-ino- u of tho city Jwould in tho street-car- s to turn cimso my Lord Chesterfield green with envy. I)iot c b.tn,,. out la on. ranly alliincd, but two .MM, mcdlclnia, u KUndular iytle.o. I r,hriVuotl -- bowlmnly I. at .J. aourca of all th.M aMiaiona, th.y . . .. t.u .Itlaw rMiimliMrigaVa lUfcU uuiiuii Ijuimi " - iu uih tttu iui iiErwnn. t&-- ' ", Ul '.".'LV tireoKtbcnlnK u"ttU from aulfarara who hat bean bencota J by . nd '. d.rluiiy w.nKanotaiytiwtiucMoaoiMKRCUKULTilNrlta - thia ''J'ful. ;"1,. : fot Itm0, ,u ,b. bad, blood, and re mtiL'orata . .nd clean, and frcah. It la an r poTAan ?J all lliea. i. .. r r'r.K"" - t.n.l. tridu atcawhich jinbinalwn wiiu.ii oy ut y,,. T -- Tha three oitranllc rvlliof civilitcd man cnCi. r -,.iiiuicILhaunta. r. llaru, ..... anu tvuiiK Sfe - .t.1.111 "..Ti-f- ...LunoiDin cnuinn ,... LAnnrl e'te ';. m ,r, S' ", Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Tha Ouljr Direct I.I Y. dASr--....aJ.H?.1- -: no to Virginia Htid tho Carolina. Ticket! art on tala at itIucIiwI Ticket ONUra, and at Ilia (ituvral Offica cflba C. A O. Uallwar, at 340 Weat Mnlu ftlracl, LuuUvllle. For further luroruiatloo, addreM i C. EUNBT, (leueral UoulbweaUru Afeul, UrtiUtlll. ). W.KMITII, II. W. rilM.KK. llau'l I'au'r Ag't. Clau'l Uauagiir, m c4 Tk!1 A iSw ,("", .Li.!,,.. aod a aura iriillltiiruftliu llulr,um ctur;iti-,rvllcf lorHvvclllUKH, rlytilllllM aud u-- . vrcnl Ih-- !,,5V ' It In China adulterators ot killed us publio enemies. food aro CIlBL'kl. ts& ajK . re .V "I air' Seveu murderers aro to be banged together next month at Latonton, Georgia. In Mtaiil'oi'ii ly fc MiA1Ih-'-