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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 10, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882101001_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 10, 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. Stent! "VOLUME nI X.-NU- MBER 510. IlMl The Proof.Reader's Imtftial 10, 1882. A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER T NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 85 W. P. WALTON, T. - Editor and Proprietor ft. WALTON, - Business Manager I'lihtlnhril Txtrmtnv niut IWttiw, H'J.no A II2It ANNUM. Eipresijpns. Ktj to Editorial An attentive render of newspapers can a oo n great deal tnoro tlmn is set down nn tho priutcd pago. For instance, an expression common in these days of nominations Is, "Wliiloa portion of tho ticket Is not such ns wo should havo nominated, wo slmll givo it our hearty support." This means that tho editor's most hitter enemy, who will givo tho printing to tho oilier paper if ho can, is on tho ticket, and tho editor hopes that tholowduwn reptile may Iw beaten out of 'night. In tho caso of distinguished orators, tho remark, 'Tho lion. Mr. Blank was attacked with a sudden indisposition nnd did not speak" means that tho venerated statesman was too druuk to hold his head up. Tho observad tion means tho same thing when to tho lights of the American stage "Wo failed to catch tho last words oi tho speech' means that at tho critical period was drowned In "budgo." "Wo regret that wo havo not spaco to publish tho gentleman's eloquent effort in full" means that in tho editor's opiuiou, tho speech would havo mado a reflect-iv- o inula lenvo his oats, aod that it would lo an outrago on tho public to print it. "Wo may refer to tho hereafter" means that the newspaper man feels happy at getting out ss Interesting Item. A tcmpcraluro of over 218 degrees Is required to boil eggs. Turnpiko roads wero established in tho reign of Queen Anno. Tho metals which retain heat tho longest nro brass nnd copper. Tho great dictionary of tho Chlncso characters. languago contains will Women mnrriod at twcnly-hv- o avcrngo four years longer of Iifo thnn unmarried. Ilapld speakers pronounco from 0 to 7,000 words per hour, or about Trouble. How a Mouse Carried His Burden. Touching Romance, - ler second. Air heated to n tempcrnturo of 200 degrees is not painful, but water at 1C0 degrees will scald. Tho French speak in tho' nose, tho Germans In tho throat aud tho English through tho teeth. Tho walls of ancient' Ninevilifwero 100 feet high, and thick enough to drive thrco chariots nbren'sl. It is said that 1,000,000 good impressions may Ira taken from an engraving on n hard steel plate. Tho nrt of working paddles nnd oars by oxen in n circular wheel was known to tho ancieuU nnd used in tho middla ages. Iu tho United kingdom thero aro women to every 100 men. In this country thero aro 2V per cent, more males than females. Skins of the prairio dog, an animal so abundant in Texas as to ho n nuisance, aro recommended as a material for the manufacture of gloves, It is estimated that thero aro 587 languages aud general dialects in Europe, 037 in Asia, 22G iu Africa and 1,'JUI in America, in nil nearly 3,000. In China tho first class aro tho lit crati; tho second, tho husbandmen; tho third, tho artisans, and tho fourth, tho iuterchangcrs. Tho priests hold 103 two words j : h? tfS ??? t . of it this time, and trusts that perdition may scixe him if ho over mentions the matter again. In obituary notices "congestion of tho brain," when applied to a gentleman of easy vipws in regard to drinks, means delirium tremens, and "Ho was his own worst enemy,' means that tho deceased was a drunkard, ami tho worst enemy of tho people who loaned him "Ho had his faults, who of money. us has not?" is an equivalent expresIn regard to perforiunuas, sion. dramatic, and otherwise, "Those who failod to bo present missed a rich treat" means that evcryboMy "failed." "Tho audience was small, but appreciative" means that nobody was present but holders of complitncnlaries. "Owing to tho inclemency of tho weather tho audienco was not what it would havo been," means that nobody would havo been thero had tho sky becu as clear as crystal, and tho "nolghlwrhood been fanned by tho spicy breezes," according to tho liymu book, "blow soft o'er Coylou's isle." In tiio way of dramatic criticism "Mr. Montgomery, shows some crudity aud inexperience, which will doubt lew disappear with limo anil study" means that Mr. M. is a hopeless and irredeemable "stick." Finally, "A scandal in high life has been brought to our notice, of which wo shall havo moro to say in a few days;" that means well, that means "business." Atchison (Ivas.) Champion. Speaking of contributors to tho newspapers, a writer says : Thero is tho minister, who sends in a mcro skeleton of a sermon, a pngo of which looks liko tho top of a tea box covered with Chlncso hieroglyphics, all disconnected, with Scripturo proper names writfen in dots and dashes, and tho wholo a (lair a complcto enigma. However, ho knows it will bo nil right, and that tho printers nnd proof-rendewill unravel it, no matter if thoy nro fit subjects for tho madhouse beforo they get through with it. Then thero is thn local reporter. Well, ho is a good fellow and means well; ho has troubles of his own; hut if ho spells a man's uamo four different ways in an item thrco inches long, ho knows tho proof-reade-r will drop everything, jush around, find a directory or something elso aud fix it, nil right before it goes into tho paper. Also comes tho statistical fiend, with his figures all presenting tho samo appearance, but not having timo to cast up his columns for totals, knowing tho proof reader is bound to fix (Lena up. There aro also country correspondents, thoyoung poet, tho scientist, aud tho lingyistical Smart Aleck, who can't writo five lines without scattering in bits of French, Latin and Spanish, to show that ho liM'tieeS'tlicre; it matters not whether ho rgcls'hls foreign words must right or not, tho, proof-reade-r scratch around and get everything right somehow, or the next day he will hear from tho powers in tho sanctum. Iu fact, to Lo a success, tho proof-readshould bo nn animato cy clopaedia, with tho patienco of Job and tho endurance of ndomant but ho is not, heuco his troubles. r no office. It is estimated that tho gold dollar is used by 80,000,000 of people, tho British sovereign by 35,000,000, tho Freuch franc by 77,000,000, tho silver dollar of nil countries by about 552,000,000. A Zulu can not marry a girl until ho liak whipped all her brothers and given her father nn upset, if demand ed, in addition. There is n great scratching around in Zululaud to find only children aud orphans. A. Nkvaiia IIkidal Touiu Tho other day old Uncle llailcy's neico was married at tho plank house. Tho next day the "old man" took the new couplo on a "bridal toner" in his wood waeoti, drawn by two of his angular steeds. Night overtook them at Saint's Rest, on tho Glcubrook road. Thoy asked whether they could havo accommodations, and tho proprietor of tiio tavern said they could 'mvo all they wanted to cat. "But how alwut tho lodgings?" inquired "do, old mau." The tavern-keepe- r who took in the situation, pointing to a barn on tho other sida of the rqad, remarked: "Thoro's the bridal cham ber over yonder." Tho now couple examined it, and finding it their satis faction, turned in, and tho "old man" slept that night on tho soft sido of a iiiey leu lor plnukintlio homo tho next morning in tho best of spirits, nnd enjoyed the "tower" as much ns if they had been to "Pareo." Carsou Appeal. oar-roo- ' To tow prain in torn land or any ordinary land no preparation it needed tchere thit imjjtment Tho Court of Appeals this week it uted; ttmjjy drirt into the field and go to work seeding. UAiXllOAD JLINE. From Dallas, Tex., comes a sad decided that a peaco officer had the without a story. John Green, a handsome, right to make an arrest, TKAINS OOINU NOUT1I. warrant, when acting upon informadasfiing fellow, wooed nnd won Laura Ex. ban. Maacit 1, lift. & 8 00 a m Cameron, a beautiful young girl, and tion that a felony bad been previously Lve. Ulcbmond.....Mw... 8 00 " ... Ijncaater..... bo sought to 7 10 " the wedding was booked for tho first committed by the parties I. Itlogiton. ............ Three First-Cla- ss " Implements Combined in One. 8 is that Crab Orchard...., i.nrt nf (liia mnnth. A dav or two arrested. All that is required ' Httnlord... 9 10 " ... 9SS " t" "'cer act prudently and in good ' ' Shelby City neo Green was arrested in Collins I 9 S3 D,nt file Junction-- .. 1(L .A (.MAAlllf Allla ft . r.. il. Haling the best and dieapest implement crerfirodutrd. An implement that it inditperuaUe in 10 OS " "- Mtlchelllburg.... " "'" county fnr linrMVAlen no. and turned uuu- - 4U, "aiuu 11 (10 " i wry crop cuutmiea. Lebanon.. does not 12 10 p in New llaTen. ....... out to Ik) an old offender. Tiie terri- cers in making arrests and 12 47 " Lebanon Junction. .. of a Arr. Clnclnuatl Junction.. 1 10 " " ble, blow dethroned the reason oi his materially endanger the liberty 2 25 " " I,oulTille. privato citizen. Frequently tho very nflianccd, aud she was taken to tho (IOINU bOUTII. TRAINS warrant means asylum by her lather. Tho troubles time lost in securing a ax. bun. Maacu 1. mST the escapo of the criminals and if not Cam-ero- u of tho daughter so afllicted Mr. 8 SO am Lte. IJoultillle.... law will work good. 2 05 pin that he also became, insane, and abused the Lve. 28S " " Crab Orchard-.- .. Lex. Nows. 4 10 now occupies quarters in tho same LlTlngiton Arr. 2 80 " ...... aro Lie. Lancaater Mathematical Corn. There asylum as his afllicted child. 50" Klchiuond, Arr. curious things about corn, and somo Tho first instalment of new gold PULLMAN PALACE CAHB one is, where do tho red ears and the 8200,000,000 are now certificates A Hahy's Wake in Chili. When speckled ears come from when you do To Ueuipbla, Little Rocr. Mobile, Montgomery, ready. Theso certificates are a little and a young chilli or infant dies, tho baby, not plant anything but white corn; Emlgranta toTexaa New Orleana. Bulky llarrowand Bmder, th The Albion bare thelreholceortworoutea: larger thau greenbacks, and resemble Tla MetupMior tla New after being cleansed, is arrayed in tho and another is why don't we find an quicker and rate, lower Orleana. by Time much torlett money vmnreauirea lo obtain a gram upu, vhien can amy x uiatita in one ap, any other than them in appearance, though somo of ihit impletnent can be had, uhich uillput in all tindt otmall grain in the my bat manner m finest garments and placed upon an ear with an odd number of rows on route. ItUalaotbe lets time and with let labor than the bent grain drill vuule. tho tinting is, suggestively, in gold. tho house; a altar in tho best room in it? You can find a four leaf clover, QUI0KEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST A Banqui.t or Wokm. A group Tho denominations run from $20 up pair of wings aro fastened to it, aud a of French gourmets, whoso object is to but I havo never found the odd row lloute to all polnta In Mlaauurl, Kaniaa, IlllsoU, to 810,000, corresponding to tlioso of Indiana, Iowa, Nebraika, Colorado. Arkaniaa. crown put upon its head; nbovo is do fur tha cookery of tho future what on au car of corn yet. It is always Only one change to Chicago, bt, Loula and ht. the Greenbacks. Tho $20 note has a For fuither Information about tlckete to the hung a dovo and tho entire surround- Wagner is doing for its music, aro fourteen or sixteen, or twenty, or rloutb, Kaniaa, Colorado, an I erolnrani raiea 10 viguctto of the late PresidcntUarfield; J. V. ATMOKK. Vlorhia. Jdreu ings adorned with flowers and ribbons. hunnilv following tin the labors of some even number, aud I would like (len. l'M. and Ticket Act., UularUle, ky. 50, of Silas Wright; tho 8100, who from his Darwin iu this direction, and, having tho knows about Or F. J. Anthony, AtU, Stanford. Ky. understand whnt corn A guitarist is provided, of Thomas A. llenton; tho 8500, of scat hi front, chants aud Bings airs, tried this toiupliug morsel, havo mathematics, what objection nature President Lincoln; the 81,000, of THE NEW ROUTE EAST, to a grateful public the re generally of a laudatory, mid lamenting has to odd numbers. Alexander Hamilton; tho 85,000, of nature for tho loss of tho child. Hut sult of their first researches. Fifty It is stated as a fact that tho smokJames Madison, and tho 810,000, of as tho "poncha" or driuk begins to guests wero present at tho experiment. ing of cigarettes has a most injurious Thomas Jefferson. make itself felt upon tho friends who Tho worms, apparently cfiect upon tho growth of tho mousIWtlou of Teeth aod later wtll. it work. Heuy Todd, who lives in Driou, is havo gathered around, it then wero first put into vinegar, by which tache, as tho poison generated while 'llun by dtlaching tU Seeder ym hat tht bet t Harrow in tht uorld, one that teill do wtxt uoik tho wealthiest colored man in Georgia. a scene of mirth and gladness process thoy wero mado to disgorge harrow viil in a doten, betidet doing tht wwi tho mucous it once wiug oxer the ground than an trdinury and smoking them acts upon that tho child is now au "augclito" tho famous vegetable mould about When u youth his master died fatter und uith more rote. liuiug of the upper lip, thus stunting tho Confed-(littlo angel.) This goncrally contin- which wo havo recently heard so left him freedom. When the growth. Young men who aro TIIE OSIiY LINE HUNN1XU fell ho lost twenty slaves and ues for several days, until tho body much. Thoy wero then rolled in bat- eracy must become "mashers After tho anxious to some Co u fed era to bonds. gives forth anything but pleasant ter and put into au oven, whero they give up their cigarettes, or else go odors. This custom at tho present acquired n delightful golden tiut and war ho continued farming operations through the world with a bald lip. business. WITH day is moro generally among tho low- a most appetizing smell. After tho nnd engaged in tho lumber now 05 years old and is worth Somo ouo substituted thn sole of an er orders, for, although it oxists first plateful tho fifty guests arose liko Ho is Sleeping Coaches 1 8100,000 iu good investments. old shoo for a piece of beefsteak on Pullpian among tho rich, thoro Is nothing of tho ono man, aud asked for moro. the plato of a man at a Philadelphia boisterous style about it. An Iowa city clergymau has 153 A Bristol, Englaud, bookseller rerailroad restaurant, and lie, after de- Prom LOUISVILLE Timid travelers may take comfort. cently catalogued a Uible, which ia as- hives of bees, which aro arranged vouring it, told tho proprietor it was To WASHINGTON, A person who is an authority in such sumed to havo belonged to John Mil-to- around his hen house, and if ho hears tho best piece of Bteak bo ever got at a thief fooling around that establish mattors calculates that a railroad pasOn the margin of a pago, appaT1IUOUUUT1IK such an establishment. of Tiseth and Leier while not lu um. senger can travel sixty miles au hour, rently in Milton's own handwriting, ment in tho darkness, he just lies still disAlter planting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thoroughly pulitr'uo thtnU, cultuvt Ballard fc Williamson havo and waits to hear a hivo upsot, aud for fivo hundred Grandest Scenery In America I aiiddrttrwtheuetdiinturoncfaimatatiuu,athingthaiMaherculhtvtoru-ido. ten hours a day, aro tho following linen: that thou laughs at the sound of wild yells played in their storo window the tooth ,ti Srl ttated, here it an implemeat that wn 6 tut m every crop cultivated and ont get u Cuunectlug direct lu Pnn. l)et for When that dajr of death alullcouie years without reaching his turn to be taw and tet it, Faivien, comt crfai in none by any otlur implement;duruiU and umple. plgbtljibaJea prtrall- ein tho distance. of a mammoth, which was found in tben aball gradually dylug away killed. This nmouut of travel would aoou iball loo and muilc Ullr-aoo- n Baltimore,Philqdelphia&N. Y. pit and try it. IJ it doet not do what we claim for it, itodonot want your money. near Foster, Bracken carry him round tho globe thirty-siIdrocafe the Ohio river jo Ircih luifu'attuderlladt Tho Liviugstou County GEO. U. WtAKfcrl, AgSMi, aiMiin., iy. The Only Direct Lin to county. The tooth weighs 13 pounds. hall ilourl.il ore uxj ilneplng ahaJe. French statistics huudred times. R. H. WEAREN, Ayt., Richmond, Ky. says, nt tho death of au old resident W. I WITHERS, Agt., iMiieatter, Ky. J. Miltomoub, M. A. O Cull. Lexiugton Transcript. Oftfc&Y .. WILLI A31S,.Aoti., HoMonvdle, Ky. . show that railroud travel is sixty VlrscluiH HHtl the L'ttrellUHH. portrait of that county, a man named Ely, his Underneath lu pen nud-lutht of corn Ait teuton Hon. T, B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I have cultivated my crop heutalton that it uwith M times safer than by coach aud dili- profile and below ia written: "Myself, wife raised the cloth from his face aud 40, residing TlikeU ar. on ula at rluclpl Ticket Offlcea, Charles Taylor, aged the Harrow and Sieder und can tay uithout Offlc. oMbe U. A U. .Hallway, Albion CWiiW Cultivator, gence, and that a person is less liablo 1010." Thia old rclio will probably exclaimed: "Oh, you d d old fool, near Yanceburg, died of glanders con- aud at th.Ueueral Ntrret. LouUvlllc. harrow or cultivator I hare ever tern. Can plow ten octet of corn a day with all eatt. It dotnU at 310 Writ Mittu to accident in a railroad car than ha is bring u higher price than Milton, in you died too poor to bury yourself by tracted from horses. His remains For further Information, adJreaa J. C. EIIN8T, work perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to tny farmer fnendt. J not. IS. Muntyimmy. (lenaral bvuthwtateru A(ut, Loulnllle. iu his own homo I Hut tho reader Ili aou main with thit Seeder no eitru hand in rewired to clean it from filth at thit it oil dvnt tho whole working for others for nothing!" Truly presented a more repulsivo appear, (1. II. w. UIXKU will plcoso bear in mind that these uro his difctiiuo, could get for W. NMITII, small-po- x. bythtdi her without tipping or getting off hit teat. UeuM 1 au'r As't (leu'l Manager, anco than from that was an affectionate farewell. of "Paradise Lost." French statistics. The sunflower is turned to extraordinary accounts in Lithuaia. Tho seeds yield at first pressure excellent salad oil, and tho rcsiduo forms excellent oil cako fur cattle, which also relish tho leaven and stalks chopped up. Tho flowers a littlo short of bloom are, when cooked, nearly as good as artichokes and aro in tho garden very attractive to bees. Tiio leaf well dried U used as tobacco. Tho seed receptacles aro mado into blotting paper and tho inner part of the stalk into a fino writing paper. Tho moro woody portions of tho plant, which attain great size, are used for fuel. Tho best seed is obtained in tho agent Crimea. As an tho sunflower is most valuable. anti-malari- a Tun Sunflower.. "There aro two men," said Bridges, "besides myself who nro living who can attest tho truth of my mouso sto ry. Wo thrco wero comrades in tho Federal army during tho war. Ono day, in tho Stalo of Kansas, while on n scout, ono ofourmengot killed in a drunken row. Having received per mission lato In tho evening, wo took tho corpso to a privato house, intending to bury it tho next day. We thrco wero sitting up with tho body in a room from which a stairway ascended to the upper floor. During tho wee hours wo heard a strango noiso, as if something was moving softly on tho upper steps of the stairway and which seemed to be gradually decend-ing- . As tho light was dim in the room, a minute or moro elapsed before we could discern what was tho cause of tho noise, when wo discovered three raico, ovidcutly engaged in helping each oilier to lift or roll something down tho stairway. As thoy progressed n step at n timo we discovered that It was a largo hen's egg, which ono of the mice held in closo embrace, allowing tho other two to roll him liko a ball from ono step to tho other, always managing to fail on his back, thereby protecting tho egg. After reaching tho floor in tho room in which we wero sitting, all three began to roll tho egg toward an indenturo in tho floor, with which they seemed to have been familiar. Tho egg was rolled into Jills place, evidently to steady it,while tho thrco mice proceeded to eat it, cutting through the shell and soon emptying it. Now, if mouso senso isn't equal to horso sense, I don't know. Our Continent. Mr. Samoa B. Logan relates hissuc-ces- s with eusilnge which is well worthy tho notico of farmers. On lost Febru ary court day ho bought seven scrub calves, at 812 per head which were so poor that, when ono of them fell as he was being drivon to Mr. Logan's farm, he had to be helped to his feet. Thoy wero fed on ensilage from that date until May, when they were turn-eout on grass. Last Friday he sold them at 36 per head, after having made a profit of 824 dollars per head ou them in six months. Mr. Logan is highly pleased with his silo (the only ono in the county), which has been filled again this season in order to feed a largo number of cattle this coming Nicholasvillo Courier. winter. d "Tho Summer Boarder and tho Fresh Water Clam" Is tho tillo of a romance illustrating ono of tho most remarkablo exhibitions of gratitudo ever related. Wo find it recorded in "Thrco years tho Boston Journal: ago tho boarder in question, while straying nlong tho bed of n stream that had been loft partially bare by execssivo drouth, discovered, lying upon the sand, a conchiferous bivalv- which vulg. clam ular molusk seemed to bo in tho last gasp from exhaustion nud thirst. Tho kind hearted stranger, pitying tho soro strait of tho unhappy bivalve,, at once took it up, cost it inloa deep part of tho steam and then went his way, speedily forgetting tho incident. A week ago, however, as ho wai enjoying his va cation, and silting near tho spot whero the abovo described event took place, ho perceived a clam laboriously climbing out of the water and dragging it self over tho sand. Arrived, with much exertion, nt tho feet of the nmazed observer, the clam opened Us shell and disclosed a pearl as large as n hazel nut, which tho gentleman did not hesitate to appropriate. Thereupon tho clam, smiling clear away around to its back hinge, returned to tho water and disappeared with n gurgle of satisfaction." M'ROBERTS&STAGG DRUGGISTS UNO PHARMACEUTISTS, Opera House Bldck, DrttgH, ClicmlcalH, - - Stanford, lyM 1T2A.TKIIH IN IVIiich, MiiMchI IVall Taper. IIookM, IilquorN, IiiMrunicutw, 1'hIiiIm, NlHlluncrj, INickct Clear, OIIk, C'ltillcry, Nohiih. Tobaccos I.HHipH, Perfumery, Fire AruiH, Machine JVcCdlCH. Our Jewelry, Mlrcrwaro and optical Moods Department Is In Charge of Ctl. Tlios. Illchards, who will Kcpalr Matches and CIocks Promptly anil In the btst style. H. Stanford, Willi C. Stock of ft RUPLEY, 1'AlXOIt, Iff EltCJIAHT Kentucky, tI Goods, to Inform tils I'atroni of fc Unfurl nml T.clnitjr that he has recti A Splendid Fall and Winter style. Satisfaction guarWhich he gnarantees to make up in first-clas- s anteed, or no sale. Cntting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY & McALISTER, TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AND SIIVEIlWAItE Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Bepaired on short notico, and Warranted. RICHMOND PLANING MILLS! MATERIAL ! large and In Richmond I biTO rerently complete Manlog Jllll, and ant prepared to furnish crcry kidu oi IffAItote UfilM St. Asaph Bloch, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. I( cniliraccH Staple ami Fancy OroccrlcH, Patent anil Faintly Flour, Meal, Bacon and I.ard, Tobacco and Cigarx, Wooden, Willow and Tinware, GIiihh and QiicciiHware. Canned GoodH of nil kinds a Hpcclullj-- . Itciuciulicr the place, "Tku Corner Store." BUILDERS' GROCERS, IHCLUDIHQ Flooring, WcntlicrbonrtlliiK, Doom, NukIi, IIIIimIh, I.hIIih, SIiIiikIch. MouIdingM, WHJH, Ntalr- - tlC Ai I Mil t price mch u tiio store trtlclo ran Ik luuint In Ixiulnllle, Clnclonatl.or otlifr whole-aa- le houtra, I am aura I can make It lo joui I am to patronize home lnatltutlona, alio a practical ARCHITECT, Anil am prrpareJ to furnUti dealnnr anil eitlmatea for iiuUiUog aod all alnd.of acroll work. That I am dotal no amall buslneas, can be Judged from the fact that my bank account runa from JI.50O tofi.WOper week. Contracting and building done promptly and at llflng price. Addreaa PENNY & O. N. WAFfOBD. PHARMACISTS, -- DIULEa IK- McALISTER - CONDENSED TIME. DRUGS, BO OKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. rhjalclana' Freacrlptlona accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Treparallona aapeclallj. & HARROW, CULTIVATOR THE. ALBION SEEDER. jlAA.-taA- K'J btanrord-H...MM.- -- ... bprinc-Tou- WASHINGTON! 1 SOLID TEAINS, x -- 4. arcA.'Xf&OTzn, Tuesday Morning, WtPJ WALTON, icsv 1 EDITOR Tjin result of tho Jaborof tJw 'CoMmliSbft Daarille&'ri: day, was thelloliSiryjof ?liHloabip in - October 10, 1882 Fhank Jamtj created 'tsftt'Ofl as big a sen-- 2 A i! I aTow Java ago m 'any of liii over did, by quietly , rWftlkHie. into the office' of tho uov- Pernor "of B liisourl and surrendering ITo had previously written liinisclf. to that dignaUiry Baying that he was heartily tired of tho lifo ho was lead' log and wanted n promiso oi amncs ty in caso of his surrender, hut tho governor replied that all ho could do would, .be to turn him over to tho proper 'authorities and let him trust to Juclj(gr the balance. Tho surrender w.a9))thereforo .unconditional, and tho 'probability U, unless tho governor shall pardon him, that tho rest of his daya.will be spentjWithia prison walls. ThuWa rather tame ending of a career that foPspwirtcon years has. defied tho powers that bb and challenged tho admiration of many imitators. Jesse is-- , in. his grave, after a dog's death, t and Frank haunted by his evil deeds and hunted by tho officers of tho State, .seeks shelter under tho law ho has iliUtfagecTfor so many years. It is a triumph of justice and should teach imitators and admirers, that though murder and robbery may thrive for a season, tho strong arrn oi the law will finally come out more than conqueror. The total number of murders commit,' I,' r., ted by the James gang is not definite-Tite Ohio olections occur ly known, but it is estimated, that in The republicans claim a majority from 22 of their big robberies' they got' 8,000 to 12,000, while the democrats .,8268,178 and yet the business didn't aro counting on fully 17,000 for their pay- ticket. "You pays your money and We learu with much gratification takes your choice" but remember that thaffhe defeat oi Oicar Turner in tho Ohio is not quito so safe to bet on as fiPaducaia&ictby Judge Grace, tho either Kentucky or Illinois. v regular democratic nominee, is very A Pnrsnuno Museum mau offers promising. They say that Turner has Frank James. 85.000 for a Star Enplayed his "Independent" game onco gagement of ten weeks, but it is grattoo often and that the democracy has ifying to say that he will bo unable to JbecjKagjttred of honoring a man, .who accept the flattering proposal because submits to none of the usages and of another engagement in Missouri, customs. of tho party unless they bap which will no doubt last for tho bal- pen to agrco with his own selfish no- auce of his natural life. tions.' 'It is passing strango why it has Alexander Stephens' majority in u so long kept him in office. Ho does not reside in the district, but makes Lou- -' Georgia is fully 00,000, yet his repubft isville his home, besides he is no great lican competjtor, Geo, Gar troll, is go'"shak"ess' in any sense of that compre- ing to contest his election, alleging hensive terra. Vfe believe in a dem- fraud. Ho must do something you ocrat submitting to the will of the know, elso he would bo forgotten en -'constituted' authorities and when a tirely in a lew days. ' t ..Aiau.is found that will not, ho should NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. r bo given to understand at onco that A mob at Mt. Vernon, InJ., hanged a his room is belter than his company wife murderer yesterday. and that the sooner ho goes head and A child has biea born in Tippah countail over to the enemy, that he is ty, MIm., with three arm. The coat of the Egyptian war to Engserving under disguise, tho better for ) tho party that ho dishonors. An in- land is estimated at $50,000,000. James Thomas, the wealthiest man in dependent democrat is just about as Richmond, Va., died Sunday, aged 75. reliable as a Bob Ingersoll Presbyteri ihe Toto in Arkansas on the, liquor defeat-gaan, and we hope to see Turner l question stands 78,8S9 for license and 45,- J even if it has to bo done by his re-- 1 Oil against. f It is Kaid that the republicans have takpublican competitor, Mr. Houston. iboldvroltberiei namccf Richard Ewell, of lomloir to nssumo tho mnntlo thrown nwny by Mr. O'llradloy. Novcr having heard of the gentleman before, wo wcro put to some troublo to ascertain who and what ho was, ai every lwdy seemed' ns ignorMt of .his existewca m we: Fi nnlly wo rati across a nan wko bad a slight acquaintance with hin, and from him wo learned that Mr. Ewcll is somo lawyer, somo preacher and a of a felsort of low, about 15 years old, of moderate capacity, and while not art extraiftcak-cr- , is described as a troublcsomo one, reckless ,in his statements, and .aliarp Of course he tfoca not in repartee. sfnrid half tho show of jotting votes Bradloy did.ibut tho republicans felt that thoy should not let tho district gotfroly by default, and lid is about as good n figurehead tdknock down as any of them. Mr, Eweil will accept! tho nomination as a matter of course Tub Comet that hits of lato illumined oar Eastern heavens has done somo good at least Tho negroes. and ignorant white people' of Ihe South, regard it as an indication that the world is about to be knocked out qf existence- and great xevlvdl meetings are in progress at many points. It is said that chicken coops and watermelon fcatches'were nover as free from tho invasion of thieves, who, want to flee from tho wrath to come, as they have been this season. u-M- r if ji - v girl In Harris counA ty, Is the molherof riT?chlldfen-lrlr'- lls and twins. k d li The U. BfJaprcme Courtp wlilclfmcl yesterday at Washington, Iim'075 coses on the docket, Near Mountain Store, Mo., on the Springfield and Memphis Kallroad, fire men were killed and sit crirtnlv Injured by the premature explosion of a blast. Two hundred policies, amounting to $850,000, had been taken out in the marriage Insurance associations on a couple whb were recently married at Galveston, Texas. An eighteen-year-olyoung man was arrested in New York becauso he was try ing to buy a pistol with which to shoot the President. He Is no doubt a sensationalist of the cheap order. II. Hadley, to whom the authorship of the celebrated Morey letter has Just been traced, turns oat to be in Ohio man, of Cambridge, whence he drove a peddling wagen around the country. Sunday, Oct.. 15, the Kentucky Central railroad will put on a fast express train which will make tho distance between and Lexington In about three hours and fifteen miimtes, more than an hour fas-tthan the present time. One of the Cincinnati Exposition Arthur Wellington Rom was murdered for his money at midnight, Saturday night, near his home in Ulendate. A large reward' lias been offered for the arrest of the murderers, but no clue has yet been found. The Grovo shaft of the Midlothian mine In Chesterfield county, Va., in which an explosion occurred last February, killing 32 men, was opened, on Thursday and two bodies taken out. Five only were re covered at the time of the accident and there are still 25 in the mine. From the current report of Mersrt. K. G. Dunn & Co. it appears that there were 1,300 failures during the last three months, with liabilities of $18,042,803, an excess of $8,830,520 over Ihe corresponding period of 1881, which had 1,024 witrr liabilities of $10,112,305. The failures for the nine months of 1882, ended September 30, were' 4,897, and the liabilities were $09,523,813, an excess prer the corresponding period of 18pi gf 1,07'fail-ure- a and $18,401,803 liabilities. fifteen-year-ol- d d Cor-tngifall-lir- e, the rear part of which a fire had broken out. Itjiad not succeeded In getting a good start Mid was extinguished without dam before the esfglrie- orVrowd reached It, which was lucky for furniture, window-glasAc. OErJLX s, II. W. Llllard has gone to Texas to look after some property there. James T, Craig occupies Lilian!'- jlcn in the store during the latter1 absence. W. O. Brad Icy left for Colorado today to look out a location. Mr. W. M. Bogle has returned Miss Allte from a visit to llichmond. Dunn, of IMchmoml, la visiting Mist Susie Harris and her numerous other friends here. Mrs. Granger and son, Commodore, are at Judge Owsley' for the Winter. Henry Wll'on and sisters, Misses JJrxle and Itosa, of Stanford, were over Sunday. The serenity of our town was disturbed Thursday morning by the hurry and hustle incident to a couple of weddings of which Geo. K. Hardin, our efficient Town Marshal, and Miss Moody Smith, together with Mr Hugh Smith and Mir Mattie Singleton, daughter of CapU Isaac Singleton, ait the victims. Miss Smith has been the head of a very extensive mlllnery establishment in which she has been assisted by Mis Singleton, Mr. Smith Is an energetic young mechanic. May they find in each other perfect happiness I my wish as I extend congratulation. y Win. Austin' days on earth are drawing to a close. "Providence he will be hung Oct. 13th. from Blchmond where he has been confined since the action of the Court of Appeals In his case are to the e fleet that be is very cheerful and apparently indifier-en- t In regard to his fate. Those who attend tho execution may hear a confession. They will certainly hear the usual pious exhortation to meet the criminal in hear-eI understand that his spiritual adviser is satisfied that Austin will be there. He either believesjilni innocent or does not beltere a confession of sin before men necessary or Austin has confessed. rap-Idl- ANNOUNCWNT ZjL&G3r'i 9 GHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. IIiivoJUMt received a very large Hock of FALLANDWINTERDRYGOODS, nsroTionsrs, clothing, Hats, Trunks, ;;' , MT. VERNON OEPARTUENT Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Work on the K. C. i booming. Some of the contract are to be fiinshed J uly 1, 1883. .boots, shoes, Valises, &c, &c. BOTLE COUNTT. Dannlle. SALE, Mr. Fred Harris has bought tho Joe James' place of 150 acres, near Danville, Will Gentry, son of for $9j per acre of this county, hod his P. LEO BROKEN -- I the ankle last Friday. The pair of mules lib was driving to a wagori became frightened and ran away, and feting that he was unable to control them he jumped out Ber. Batterton, son of G.D. Batter-totried' to ride a bycicle and cirriea a broken arm in a sling There is ercry thing in the way you look at things. There is in Dan-il- le a little black dog of eccen tric turn of mind. Many times during tho day he will run up Main Street at full speed stop suddenly, cut a few antics in the air, and, with a bark, and under full sail he'll strike for home and is satisfied for an hour or so. That looka like a very TCear n, BILLY T1UNO . Tun Americans carry jnst a littlo tOtJ far. Whether a hero-worshi- p man has been the hero of battles; of poli tic; of murderers or of robbers, it is all tho same except perhaps to make rnoro of tho, fellows of tho two latter classes. We see them looked upon every day as men just a littlo higher than the ordinary individual becauso mayhap: they have killed their man or dne some deed either of daring or deviltry. . It is absolutely disgusting to see this fawning or to read about it as in the case of Frank James, who wo are told by the dispatches, was nearly crushed to death, so great was tho rush to obtain tho honor (?) of shaking his murderous and thieving hand. He should have, instead, been shunned like a rattlesnake and handled even more cautiously. And now they have a baby insur- ance tn Cincinnati. A company there fixes 'tho value on them as follows : 814; between Less than one,' and two, $10; two to three, $28; four years, 831; five, 835; six, 840, and so on up to 8123 for a child eleven years old. Parents are charged fivo cents per week to tusuro for tliefco amounts, and it is said that a largo uumber of poor people have policies on their little ones. In tho case of colored children ten cents a week is charged becauso it is alleged they are twice as liablo to contagious diseases as tho whites. j seems a hard matter tor tho republicans to get a man who will stand up aainetjGen. Blocuni for one-year-- old It - Congress-iuan;aVlarR- of Now York. They Hepburn, but ho couldn't seoll; tried then the nomination was offered How-arCarroll, of the Now York Timet, and he too declined tho honor. Noue of them hanker after tho business of beating Blocuni. He is a hard big maMm to Jwodlo auy way and ahis side jority of tho peoplo aro ou this time. Thk Somerset JtcpuUican is a year tho most promising pld ami i youngster of its age wo know of. It is firm in its iwlitical belief without being dogmatical and as for its local news, well, it just goto nil thero is. il There is here too a For a dog to do man who generally walks alone, and at all sorts of odd times. He will take a shoot, walk rapidly about 100 yards, stop, look steadily up at the sky blue sky, all the time muttering, stamping and waring his Will suddenly about face and run cane. orer any body in his way and do all sorts of uncivil things. This is and he enjoys the reputation of being en dead loads of negroes from the border counties of Kentucky to' vote in the Ohio one of the most MEN INTELLIGENT election In the State, and has often electrified whole A strike among the iron men was inYoung Man with the Rabies. Poor fool Editor Mtritr Journal: augurated in Cincinnati on Friday. Keren audiences by his eloquence. I Bully smart man II Mr. Joe hundred men have stopped work, and it is dog fact that the teach It is a Engleman is in trouble again domestic ers of this and every county in the State, expected that others will follow. Dr. W. H. Bennett died in Mississippi tronble. But what would life be without are to get only ono dollar and thirty cents on the, other day, learing a will which gave these the scholar. The reason for this state of "little breeches?" bis estate valued at $50,000 to his cook, things ia because the people send ignorant The republicans in conclave, here on. Fri and left his wife without a cent. not that are willing to do any dirty work day, nominated Bankruptcy being a punishable of that old, foolish silly Governor Blackburn R. L. EWELL, FOIt CONQRESS. fence In Philadelphia, George. Turner, who tells them to do. The Hon. representative failed and fled In 1870, but who returned Mr. .Knell Is from Laurel county, and a from this county could put in a claim of lawyer of some prominence In his section. weven in custody, was sent to prison in default of hundred dollars for doing nothing Joe LInney says there is but one draw-hac- k and spending the rato payer's money and bail. to him. He Is a "sort of Campbelllte The Midway Clipper reports an exec d robbing the poor utor's sale of 105 barrels of whisky. That preacher." If he would just draw bach in teacher and thus cheating the children out made in the season of 1880-1- , at 50 to CO his shell he might probably save his repu- of their lawful rights. There has not been cents per gallon In bond, and season of 'SI-- 2 tation his religion. One a representative for the last fifteen .years MA1IRIAUK LICENSE at 43 cents. that was worth a fig in the Legislature. George Scoville lias filed a Million In This week. .G.W, Kini'er to Miss Mattie The people might batter send F. F. Bobbin Sam McKee Pierce, on the 5th Inst the county court at Chicago asking that as to have sent the uneducated mules that Mis. Scoville be adjudged insane- and con- and Speed Fry were the principal winners have been sent In the past. The salaries fined in the asylum for lunatics. She at the Centre College are so low that no well educated lady or roor RACER should have been there several years ago. gentlemen would think of audi a thing a James At Watkins, a Readjuster mem Saturday. Whitthorne got the bouquet to teach in the mountains or s reber of the last Virginia Legislature for Ap- and Claggett got the thumps. Ho ran a gion where the district contain no more pomattox county, has been indicted by mile in 0:45. than fifty or sixty scholars. No teacher rEOSOSAL.. the grand jury for selling for $30 his inMiss Myra Warren, of Louisville, is visit- can afford to teach and board himself. And fluence us a member to procure for E. 8. ing Miss Theresa Worthlngton. G. A. what make this sad state of affairs Is, that Buttlngham a place as guard at the peniLee, of Kansas City, Mo., is In Danville. men with mule heads, mules only could go tentiary. Whtt Montgomery and1 wife were here last to Frankfort and do nothing, but these men Henry Coons, a member of the Louts- Saturday. Mr. J. Ed. Smith, of Garrard that have been sent In the past, have done Wile, Ky., Fire Department, was shot county, has moved to Danville, and now nothing but drink whisky, play cards, dead by Policeman Lapell, at Portland, a occupies the former residence of C. II. Berve the devil and rob the people of their suburb of Louisville, Friday evening. The Lucas. A Danville lady Is studying medi money to no purpose, In electing men to men renewed an old quarrel, growing out cine with the view of practicing, It. Mac serve in the Legislature, the very best of Coons' slandering tho character of a Fisher came out second best with his christian men should be sent, for they daughter of Lapell, would be apt to feel for the poor neglected sheep at the St. Louis I'nir. The gro&t earnings of the Chesapeake children of their State. Every teacher In OARRARD COUNTT. & Oho railway for the month of Septemthis county, In fact every teacher In the ber were $:!8 1,454, the expedites were $208,-COLancaster. State, should petition the LegUlsture to and tho net earnings $172,0 11. There Married, October 8th, C. ti. Cummins, make a change In the law for the better, was an increase tn gross earnings as com- of Missouri, to Mrs, Lucy Stuart, of this for if Homethlng is not done, in a few years pared with last year of $118,61)0, a decrease county. the nclioot house will be shut up and Igno In expenses of $0,475 and an Increase In Drs. Huffman and Kinnaird were rance and vice will go hand and hand net earnings of $125,072 summoned by telegram to accompany Dr. through the land, John. A. Ciiaitkll, (Jen. Peyton Wise and John Ambler Griffith, of Louisville, to Paint Lick, Crab Orchard, Oct. 0,1882. Smith the latter the candidate Wednesday morning to assist In the ampuBuckltn's Amiea Satre. for Congress in the lUcbuioud, Va, dis- tation of the leg of the negro lluford, who TUB Uit Mite lu tbe worlJ tot Cuts, Urulxi, trict had a fight at a mass meeting there auflWed a compound dislocation of the Sales, Ulcers, Halt ltlieuui, Keter Euros, Teller, Ihe other night, In which Smith got In one ankle In the recent wreck of Sells Bros. C1ispio) llsnds, CUIIbUlus, Gums, end all bkln blow before they wero separated. A duel Citctis train. Tho operation was successEruplluas, sua iKislllTely cures piles. It Is guar was talked of, but Wise was arrested and fully performed and a dUnectlon revealed anteed to (Its cntlrssiilULvctluDor money refunded. I'rtte Wctulsjtr bos. For ssls by Peuny a the Innocent fun declared oil', that all the tendons of ono tide of the McAllster. Jjut Friday ntght fifty men went to a ankle were broken, but no fracture, I beOh en Aura. house near Dalton, in Hopkins county, lieve. We cannot help uollclnf luo llbersi otter uisds fires at the various While the her close to the Caldwell county line, look a losll tursltds and sulltrcrs by Vt. King's K woman nsmed Sullivan and, crowing into churches were in progress Sunday morn- Discovery for t'ooiuiuutlou. You sre requested the latter county, hung lirr to the limb of ing the congregations were, disturbed by to call st IVnor A McAUster's Drug blore, and Trlsl Boltl free e( cost, M you sre suffering a trie. She Is supposed to have belonged the rapid clanging of the fire bell, and in get a(Xtusuuillou, never uiugus, wins, asiuius, wltlt to the Jenkins' gang of outlaws, three of two seconds every house was emptied and Hrvncultls, Usy Kerer, Loss of Voice, Hoarseness, whom were hung last week and the week the people were hurrying with the engine orsuysnoctlooof tn Tliroat or Lungs, It will to the residence oflt.lt, Tocillnson, In KlliTt.ly cure you before. n half-starve- d blue-granO --- Mrs. Jane Cummins, an old lady who left here a short time ago for Missouri, died in that 8tate last month. Last week, G. W. Gotland George Itay were arrested on warrants charging them with riolations of the whisky law. Their cases were set for the 18th. A lotof young backs were arrested for ridingonthe car while they were switching at this place. Judge Lair fined them $2 each' and gave them a guod lecture. At the salo of the personally belonging toCilloway Mullens, deed., on Koundstone last Friday, horses, cattle, mule and hogs bruiight unusually high prices. Mr. W. W, Hocker. a prominent nnd prosperous merchant of North Salem, Ind.' who was here last week, says that the democrats will carry that State next month by a good majority. The nomination of Mr. Ewcll for Con-grdoesn't excite much enthusiasm among the republican here. They were for John McCIary first, and after him, Logan McKee. Ewcll will probably poll the party strength. The selection of Hon. P. B. Reed, for chairman of the democratic State central committee, was a good one. Booker Keed is a splendid gentleman, an accomplished politician and he will run the party machinery in good style. About I'EorLE. Miss Amelia Gibson, a handsome young lady from Manchester, is yisiting the Misses Reppert at this place, Mr. J. J. Terlll left here yesterday for his home in New York. Mr. K. G. Horton, Wm. Pittman and Ed. Young.of Manchester, were here Sunday. Ssavd 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. ONE HUNDRED ACRES listing nosed la NIchoUstllU, my I'iriu, roaUlnlng ibout I will sell iricjGOaK iiousi:! HT AUTO D H THE IT- - LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ntOl'UIKTOlU OnlbeDintllleAbUntunt like, ibout 3! ml Ire front Vsnsllle. 7b pure Is In fwd suie of In griu elnt sboul SO scire; Ibst lo JOHN T. IIUX1INS, (olnimillgrala. The bouse Is lu good rrslr snd azs contslns 7 looiui, sleo pantry , wood bouse, cUlern nover-pl- l, alt tbe door; smoke-houaA FIUST - CLASS HOTEL corn-boutmost new barn, corn-cri- b, teninl house, Ac, andss fluefiull oleserr dracrlpllon is lnerrry rtleuUr, The pslronsg ol Ihe puUlo ctire. plums, cber-rleinjrone wints: spilr. pears, grspM.diinions, iltnoel sny tblog you miy solicited, and sallsriclloa gurinleed. (IMf nil lot. Plenty or slock viler. Inslghtof school-housono uillerroiii blscksmllb sliip, two miles from wiier iilll. lMslrrealnfly healthy plire the doctors. In IS vests nctrr ild II doctors hills. 1 reler you to Mru T M Llllsrd, II. M. LInney, W II. tientri, ilso Hem Johnson, who Huccnsoi to Dsughsrty A Itelucs, lies s on the flice, snd Thomas Melcilf, SUnturd. lr WM. DAUGHERTY NTANFOItl), - - KENTUCKY, MmurACTiiatrs Address 07 JOHN MKTt'AI.r.Ky. Mcboluilile, ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main Nl., NtHiifbrd, Ky. or Fine Carriages, Buggies, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. 09 SC3 9 OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 82.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge- - AND PHAETONS, WAGONS I hare recently C3 taken charge of thli home and intend to hare urn-clo- u accommodations. lir'ALL Carriages KINDS. O EAHT ! VIA LOUISVILLE 1 (JO NOllTII! of ill descriptions, workmen ind using employing only Urst-clirasterlil, ind sell at reasonsble only Urst-clifigure style, workinsn.hlp and materlil eonald eJ. WM. I.AUUHKKTT. ll) We insnuficlurt Tim OHIO & 3 MISSISSIPPI I 3 4 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. -- THE nr ran MOOT DEsmiAULEKOUTE I O- DAILY TRAINS THE EAST AMI) NOHTII. T- Louisvillo to Cincinnati! Free Parlor Cars snd Mew Dsy CWI.ri Without Cbinge, And decidedly lb I'upulir Koute, affording, is It doc, leu chingcs and surlor acouimuodatlona to CIBfCOXATI! Miuouri, Iowa, Kamai, Texai, 4 DAILY TRAINS AND THK WEST. XiOiiiNvIlIc to St. Tioui.s St tlecplng Cats and Day Uoaibes to HI. louls Without Chime. a The Morlb, North wet and West. In fact. If you contemplates Ulli In my direction, your Interest will he beatseritu by purchasing your tickets via K. U. and Cincinnati, UTrilnaeecu wiy t; l'ull and win 1'alsce Cats; klcgant Mew Day Coaches, lor liandsouitly furnished ltecllulng Chair Cars in the uueualed tulirueuts of Ibis Old llellsble, thereby rniklug a trip orer this line one ol luiu-rlou- s coiufort aud pleasure. 'J ry It. TIME TABLE, IN KKKEOf MAY II, 1111. DAILY TRAINS LuiiWvillo to Iiidliiiinpolii!, St Chicago, bouill. I.te. M CoTlugton Ho.-i.- TJoToT m III AND THE MOUTH Day Coaches and Ilwllotnii Chair Curs Through " Wrla. Arr. l.eslugion. Lvs, Islington Wlncnealer 1'or Wimliliiuloii, Hallliuoro, I'lilluilol-IllH- , Arr. Mt. sterling Mvtv Vurli itml IIiisIoii, ASblsud 11 lluullugton. This Is lbs Vuy licit Itoutc, as You lists Mo Change of Train. MuKTII. Without Uimge. Cynlblana. Falmouth ui 11 M a in 12 IS p in 1 iooiui t 41 a ui 10 60 a IKIliU u 'it IV 1 45 p 'HI II flJ 03 7 S 0 1 S 7 SO I T VI) US p p p UI HI Ii SI a ui 10 IIU pu SO ii m ou p u 80 p ui a pni p UI 40pm u Mo. I. Mo. I. m 1 SSa ui I 40 a ui SSi a ui S It a uij 7 Wa No. a. w line Thrsaih 33 Trstis! Lva. lluMIngton., 8 SO Asblsud. 703 Mt.Htcrllng II S3 Have No Midnight Ohangos I II 20 Wluchesltr Arrlss at 61. touls l! Hours la Adiaare of Arr. Islington ... i is I.re. Islington,,. 4 OU Other LUes, thenby securing more lime lur 1 53 " 1'irls. , uisllng things of lira and gelling Arst iholie 5 SO Cyulblsna... Day Coaches oa All 11 . 11 ot seats lu tars otcotiuecllng lines. i Kiluioulb. Arr. Corliigton i i a a a u y p p p 40 p IS p UI Ul UI UI UI 7 S SO a S0a VOa a 00 a 10 03 a II 43 a 23 MAYHVILLB DIVISION To ludlauspolliaud Chicago, and lbs only rid slung Mo. IS lr. Islington Sinn, Arr. Mays ill SSSpui line iMuil Its istrimi Mo. 14 " MsrMleJ45iui. Lealngtoo V 13aiu tbe shores ol UVo MUhlgsu. Mo. IS " I'arls S SO a Ul. " Maysilllo a lOaui Mu.ir"Maysrlll,S.)pui I'arisS, Un,7pw For TlckeU, lutes. Time, Maps, Ac, apply lo Ticket Agents or I'uuurclliiK Linen, or Trains No, 1 snd 2 run dally; ill others dally iddlvae icept Uunday. Hptital llslea to Emigrants. For K.N.HHIIWN, rViuthtrn I'sswnger Agt . tickets, rites aud Information pertalulng to time M. E. Cor. tlh and Walo tJla.,louUOIUi, Ky noiiuecilous, Ae call ou or sddreia H. T HWIrT,Agt.,Utluglou. W 1I.SHATTUC, W. W. I'KAIKJUY, lien. I'm. Agt., CIIAH. L. 1I110WN, (1 I'. A T A. (leu, rlui.l., Clncluiiatl J. D. l.I.UM)N, Ueu'l Mmigar, I Civoak, jtcketa and Dolman' at Itobt. 8. LrllcV. Arret;. dellvere.1, at In any Tiiillty.BO einla per McAHater A Bright'. lu ' QTk.ar3roiii5i icy. Tuesday Morning, - October 10, 1882 A NKw linn of Majolica ware at McAlis ler A IlrlglilV ItonT. H. Lttlk recr-- l ved a fresli aupply of beautiful callcoea yesterdar. Tiiic lime of the arrival of the Louisville train haa been changed from 2.0 5 IV M to 2 o'clock. NEW FALL AND OF- -- WINTER STOCK Tub Celebrated Illgga chain and auction itimM for aila at W. T.Orpen'x. I i I (looiw in any quantity delivered free rwn(trlrlniNotlh t 10 A.M. from (lis grocery bonus of JfcAlister A Knamri.p.d frame, fender,Rummer front, &G., AT- " . 3 M r. m llrlght. " BonHi..,... grate liaaket, aali pan, hook and fire brick o A i.Aiuir variety of cook alovca, heating for $3 at W.U. Hlgglna.' LOCAL NOTICCS. loves, and grates just received hy A. Owa-leIt IS rumored that the building of the lluv Paints of Penny A McAllaler. Low prleci. and ahopa will begin at the I'lne oil tialntlngi j tint reccircd at Mo Roberta A HIikr'h. v you wish to buy cheap, good flour, Junction hereon or before the IClh t,t Nr.w nlook of Jewel rjr and Hilverwnre Hi fuat leave your order at Lincoln Mill. November! I'ennjr A McAIIitcr's. Kattffaclion guaranteed. McAllalcr A Little Peiwonam. A 11 pound boy Itcatillful linen ol latest Iwr stationery, put in an appearance at Mr John 11. Shank' t McKobcrU AHUurV (lo TO II. K, Wcaren's and see,' lite nice Sunday afternoon, and another at Henry Schtxil hooka and school supplies In gen' new bedatrad, drcMlng-canea- , F. Newland'a yeaterday, eral at McKobtrU A Bikk'h. If. T. Ruah has sold the 41 cattle he bought of W. M A N. D. Lackey, at $5 30. Watuiikk, Clock and Jewclrr repaired parlor sillies, chamber auilei, hayracks, Anotrr HoitiK ICobart MoAliaer li.d Ao. and warranted 1) Penny A McAHiler. a fino black tuire atolen the other night. They weighed 1140 anil hexave 5 cents for REDUCED RATES OH ALL RAILROADS TOf KAI.I, lot of Zelgler'a Shoes jfiil recelf McAl.wr.iiAHAM.KK sell flour by re Mr. Klchard a mor.th twa aitn, W.ltr rend it word that them Public saleorr.f short horn cattle, Oct ed and for ale at J. II. AH. II. HlianW. and give llielr customers the benefit of a brown hone, with aaddle tall and liiblle, HrANDAitlt Hlieel Mimic, Vocal and In wholeaalo price. Now ia your time to get await the owner at hia hoitap. Nth. br It. I). A E. P. Woods, and Ctd slruiiienlal, for 10 cent at Penny A It cheap. For further particular C II. Rocheatt-r- . MARRIAGES. and catalogue address tlirln nl Stanford. I.AiUir. stock of Window (JIim, all siiea. Vk NiorosB to refund if anybody doesn't -- 8irytd, lir w Double thick glass for llower pita. I'eiinr think that ho gcle hi money' worth in 'tobiii from my alsble Married, nn the till Inst , at the resiA McAHater. morrow evening at John Thompson's dence of Ml. Joa. Jones, near Ilryantavllle, Friday nltilit, a black Middle mare, 15 0CT.2I. Just receded a new lot of cloak for la- ''Around the World" entertainment. (Jarrard county, by lUv. TJina. M. Vaiiulm hands high. Had aortnfscir in forehead. dle and children and a, fine lot of Mr. II. F. HolltclawtoMlwMary E. Willi Information leading to her recovery will be J. II. A H. II. Hiiankh. I'atuonizk home Inalitiitlona come both of Uarraid county. Attendants, Mr. lllierally rewarded, ltoht. McAHater. (Ihkat ItrnutTtoK In sheet music: 60, right to Lincoln Mill and leave your or J. I'. Hollzclaw and Mins, Jennie Swnpe; Levi WPsin raised ihi year nn half r 7fi and $1 iiiikic now aold at G cent, Mela flour, 3S cent; drr. sUe and on kooiI at Mcltobert Mr. Jas. Wilniot and Mls Katie Woods. an acre of land 5,000 Jiead of ribhnr ier, A KlaggV. 05 rent, and $1.25. After ttie usual congratulations the bride- which will be S'iI'I al nti average of 3 ft MoAlUler A.Kallee PERSONAL, . groom and bride, attendant and a number eich, equivalent to $I7' wr sere, W.I). araE-B-n at Kami. V. Coleman, 11j., of Mercer, J. T. HauiiIi will have flh and oyatera of friend repaired to the residence of Mr. fltrcxlo has piircdaaed 10 mule colls buyan n waa here nunday. He aim keep Win, Hollzclaw, the groom' father, where average of $42 each, and wants to Wrdnmlaya nnd Katunlay. Mifl I.kttik llw.M went oyer to Itn the Commercial Hotel, will feed wetland a rich convlvlum and a number of relative few more. J. T. and Ed. Sutherland sold cuter on a rliit yenlerday. chargo reaaonable. Call and ace. Meal and friend awaited them. We celebrate their corn crop at $2 per barrel in the field, the wedding and make merry over the and 500 bdahels of potaloea at 40 cent. W. Miu ani Miu. W. M. IIkkiini return ready when the lat belt ring. Veri hiD'.iorTLincoln Connty Farm For Salol. Tjwn SALE Hemp honeymoon; the poet paint the beautie F. Hodgkln bought of W. R. Sphar A Son A. .tvloirrorn auocta, haneloe laeat. Ac. Acnlred from a visit to Hoinerset yesterday. .... .... Wlt.MAM Aubtin'm time drawa near. If and bluahe of the bride and the barb of 31 cattle averaging about 1,700 lb., at 7 lO A. U. iValtoD, tola office. I Miww AnnieDb jAiimrnnandTabli I oiler for sale rrlrately my farm of 373airei lie It permitted to atono for hia great crime matrimony with It Ion IMx lUrrr. 4', miles Eattol Stanford, within , Mr. Hodgkln will feed them for freight of untested cents. Hiuimons, of Madison, liaro returned from . h.lfiiillM ttt lh. n.w f ii . nl elllmnroTfd MOUNTAIN FARM, contain tin w tilnirrina Friday, it will be nine wishes and rejoicing. I!ut on that preca- Christina cattle. T. C. Graven, who, hj ' atructed from Stanford to PrmehersTllle. An ex- - Ing ONE IIONDHEU ACRES, with good dwtlllnir, on the callow next a Ti.lt to MIh Ella King. Calient from the dwelling to the pike, bouae and all necessary outbulMlngi ami urcnara month lacking a week aince ita perpetra- rious sea are many storms and even the the way, liai ono of the finest field of corn Mn. Ueoroi: McKoiiKitTH went up Ilulldlnga sr brick and frame, with 10 roonta. In (iarrard county, Ky.,aix ranee irom wan urcu- tion. It waa on the 20th of January laat, calm haa It erlla; and only when the bark In the county, aold 500 barrels last week to Well watered with One aprlnge, eonitof them roed- - srd.wlll beaoldcnip,on eaay urma, u me own " Saturday to vliit Ills daughter, Mr. Jerry leal water. improvements luciumng eriaauou. in umr buslnMi. Apply on Taatsuar Dsfaitmkxt, that MIm ISety Hland met her terrible ha weathered these and landed it cargo In W. F. Prewltt,at $2 10 in the field. Omcc or Courroi.Lxa or Tim CuaaiHCT, tho fencing. ferine liberal. Addreaa or cill on the premlies or by letter to frith, at Ilrodhead. (It. J Wasmkotok, October 4, 1832. de.ith. Clark Democrat. the haven of domestic peace, can we proMua. tin. A.O. IIuri'MAM, of IVabo Stanford. Lincoln county Ky. WiixaKAS, By aatlifactory evidence presented t thtundtraigned. It haa lcn mado to Kansas, arrUrd yeaterday to aeo her Attention IIuntkiuI McKoherta A nounce the voyage prosperous nnd congratdr, UNCOLN COUNTf. appear that the later, Mra, John McKoberf, Hr., who la Stagg have Just received the largest and ulate on their merited and enviable re Hustonrille. "Fir st National Bank of Stanford,' W. J. 1 1. most complete atock of breech and muizle ward. Tcry III. Iheebyyour last isaue that there waa In the city of Btamord, In the county of Llncolno Oun tmslneait manager ia down in Pu loading RELIGIOUS. an election in the magistrates' court laat and State of Kentucky, haa compiled wilt all tin Powder-flaaka- , New York Drop lalkl and Wnyne cotintlea thla week hunt United 'week in which a particular friend of mine iroelilonaoMh I Ile'lted Statutea of the an aaao- Rev. Jamea W, Christian, editor of the States rf '" lo be compiled wllh before TfU Ing for subscribers and money. Treat htm and Chilled Shot and Implement for loadwaa badly beaten. He haa my aincerest. ciation sl.ii M aoinontfii io commence, toe Alabama Christian Adrvcate, ia dead. ! --ao 9- of bankingguns and kindly and rend him back loaded to the ing and Comptroller Now, therefore, I John Jay Knox, It ia expected that some 600 or COO sympathy. will retl them at bottom prices. guarda with the latter. nrtlfy that lucjr, Jim Powell duglast week, a sweet pota-to- e ol thelur Bank of du fatieby In the city ofthe "Flrat miniatera will be in attendance at the State Stanford, Stanford, National rJKXAToii HoiieiiT llr.AU, who haa been S. la of Lincoln wo "will of larges!zebearlngaclo8e resemblance In the countycommence and Slate of Kentucky, aa Titr; FuRNiTuiiE Factouy suWriptlon Convention of Preacher), to be held at the bualnrta of banking, authorized to akk Ter aince hia return Iroru Frankfort, wo to the human form in all essential feature. provided Iu section e Tne paper wa not start- - Lexington, Oct. 17. Hat la booming. hundred and alxty-nlHI while on a visit here waa taken very of tho ItetliedSUtuteaot the United States. il till yesterday morning and by night After preaching to Immense congrega- He wa, preparing to send it to the Intetii-o- n In tcatlinony whereof, wllneaa my hand and acal Friday. Ilia wife and daughter were enl Jouknal's collection, but unfortunately thla 4th day of October, 1882. $10,000 of the $25,000 worth of stock had tions at theQraoJ Opera House CincinnaJOHN JAY KNOX, Wo for and on Saturday lie waa remoTed to Ida Comptroller of the Currency. No. 2,783. been subscribed. F.ipertcnced men say ti, Sunday, Mr. llornea announced that hi let It fall and fatally damaged Its symme- home. The doctor prononnco Ida Illness there are millions In It and If the moneyed labors were closed In that city and yesterOO-AT-- s J. H. Hock a a. Treatdent, xcenlingly dangerous. J. W. McAmstei, Cashier, Ii. C. Alcorn, railroad agent at London men can be convinced of It.tlio Factory is a day he left with his family for the East. Joiiy J. McUobksts, Amu Ctuhler LOCAL HATTERST He will make the tourney mostly by water, is with us on a visit of recuperation after a certainly. And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive An' whothed-IUKwc- IlT Family J.Kt'NioN. The children of Mr. going up the Oiiio River and on to Old violent contest with malarial fever. The liberal the patronage of the public in general. "Judge" look considerably worsted. We and Mr. Milton Hsuey, after a reparation Point Comfort, finally bringing up at NorTimothy aeed cheap at A.OwaleyV. Eespectfully, Sunday, at wich, Conn , where he ha had an urgent have not learned how the fever fared, but of twelve year, held a reunion It has won any laurels In the conflict, It Ko. 1 Steel Plow for $12, at W. T. which lime Mr. Itaney celebrated hi 74th call to hold revival meeting in a Methodist if Wiisams, The city of Stanford haa opened and provided new atreet directly east ofJio (IreenV birthday. There were present Messrs. 8.K. church. Mr. Rimes had long since decid- did well. to be called Market atreet, lor the purpose Grain sowing I pretty well concluded ed to move on to the Kaat, spend aome Poplar Shingle. II. and Jos. A. Itaney, of Missouri; W. O ; Foil 8ALr.-iW.- 000 ofaQordlnga convenient place for the exhibition John II. and Thompnon D. Itaney; and time in one or raoie large cities, including in this region and much of the crop baa and telling of atock, and whereas, the axis of atock Mailing!. Mr. KateSurbur and Mrs. L. L. Dawson, New York, then cross the ocean, preaching come up beautifully, giving testimony to on Lancuterand Main atreat haa heretofore been A PuLAaKI county woman dlatlngutahed in India and Australia the pure, simple the superiority of the implement latelr in- productive of great Inconvenience to the other of tht county. There waa only one link herrclf by giving birth to a 20 lb boy. in agricultural operations. The bualneaa of the city of Stanford and to the Courts; broken in the chain, Mr. It. II. Wearen, gospel of Jesus Christ. The visible results troduced now, therefore, be It onlered that henceforth na ua In." Meal, patent and another of the daughters, having died sev- of the Cincinnati meeting were about 250 Albion seeder, brought out by Green A cattle, horsce or atock of any description ahall be "Count confession and a much larger number an- Williams, has won the most unqualified sold or permitted to stand for Inspecllou on any atralght-llou- r at mill prlcca and delivrrrd, eral yeara ago.. The pleasure of the occapraise. County Court day of Lincoln county on any of the sion waa tnarrrd greatly by the fact that the ointed. We very much fear that the peoat McAIUter A IlrlglilV Ma'rion Rose, the projector of the itreeti of Stanford, aave and except Market atreet Is suflering from a cancer on ple of Kentucky havo looked on the face oT old gentleman SltNliAY wna the 20th anniversary of the Mr. llarrfe and Mira Mari for the last steam mill enterprise, la Industriously pre aloreaald, Baptlat .Church atreet and tint portion hia mouth that unlesj arrested uiuit shortMain atreet from the atone crossing at battle of Perryville, the only important one paring for hi work. This will undoubted- of lime. Livery Stable to the atreet croaalng at the ly prove fatal. during the war. In this Kectlon ly prove a succes. It I conceded that In eaatendof the Preebyterlan Church yard and the -LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Has just received a Full line of-Many of our SriiEADisa IIimselv. the matter of abundant grain crops, heavy alley leading from Baughnian'a Uvery Stable to A COMPLETE line of the latent and beat citizen will remember Mr. L. D. Curd well, Robert Oaines sold lo Georgo Jamea horns consumption, facilities for market, th branch. Any vlolatlouol thla ordinance by Beds, Buatylr of silverware ha been oened at Mc the young druggia t' clerk, who lived here about CO acre of corn at $20 per acre. by a fine of not lees and cheapness of production, no point in any pcreon ahall be puolihed twenty (tai) dollar. Wash Cotton than two (IJ) nor mors than Itoberta A Stags'. Call and examine. O. O. Ware solJ to W. F. Ramsoy 8 he has somea decade or more ago. Well, the interior present greater advantage The Marshal of the city of Stanford la especially scrub heifer at $3 05 ier cw t. Conhuueim are enjoying the war be- what "spread himself" since then and now than this. directed to ice to th enforcement ol thla ordi&c. The Short Horn sale of R. II. A E. P. tween the miller and the merchants. A In addition to owning the largest drug With a dead calm in the atmosphere nance. Thla ordinance ahall be la force on aud ' store in Harrodiburg and a newspaper of- Wood will be at their residence on tho and the sweltering heat, produced no doubt after Its puuge. poor man cau aflbrd to eat enough now. I also keep constantly on hand a full lino of Bobes, Shrouds, Coffins and WH. DAUailEItTY, Mayor. fice, aa well equipped aa any In the State, Uth. by the rivalry existing between the' Sun Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Callandseeme. Wanted. Country bacon, lard, butler, he lis juat completed in his town, an Mr. Tillitha CheiuultV Short Horns, and the comet, everything is as dull aa the Joux J. McBoBKKTa, Clerk City Council. 1 Octobers, 18SJ. Orders bj telegraph promptly attended to. CKK'i potatoes, apples all kinda of produce. Ojiera 22 in number, told in Madiaon at $70 to House, that in point of site and fabled society of "Sleepy Hollow." The Highest cash price paid. McAIiatcrA architectural beauty is not excelled out- $.500. dire forebodings growing out of the predic-- JOHNlirlghl. E. T.Young sold to one of the Swiss side of the lurge cities. There ia an tions respecting the 72 hours of total darkgentlemen 20 mountain ewea at $3 per (lo to Lincoln Mills to get your flour old Haying that a man with many irons In ness were as oppressive aa the climate, ex and meal. You can get It in any quantity the fire U apt to let some of thrm burn, but head. cept in a single case, when a young lady A. T. Kunnelley sold to Jonathan at wholesale price. $2.60 gels Ko. 1 (lour. wa are glad to hear that this Is not the fsct aat up all Friday night to finish a dress in at order that she might have the pleasure of Meal DO cents. in Mr. Card well' case, for two of hia en- Owsley 25 fat hogs for delivery 7 cent. wearing it on Saturday morning while there at Opera House to- terprise are paying him handsomely, John Tiiomi-doHas Just Opnnod a Flno Stook of Dr. T. R. Montgomery bought of Col. waa still light enough to aee it. Pat Connight and Phil Thompson at the while the third promitea to do so. His morrow and Maj. Irvine, of Madison, t Southdown know of his prosway, who haa long been a citizen of this -- wanrrmnCourt House Thursday, at 1 o'clock. Don't friend here are glad to perity and wish him continued and in buck lamb at $10. place, and haa steadily prospered In busifall to aee both. Minnesota has a wheat yield of over ness, closed hi preparation on Saturdav creased auccera. the Stanford Opera House A hoaiieu iwrtridge flew into young la Consisting of '15.000.000 bushels, or an averaee of four with the purpose of removing with hi famWednesday night Fakted. Just one month ago, Thouia dy's boudoir here Sunday anil became an teen hushel an acre. ily to 8pringfield. Stephen, a dried up looking Ohlan, of per easy captive. She haa caged it and will Tho farm of Mra. Tillitha Chcnault.in TlMtTonH?ii!OCTOBER 11 haps 45 year of age, was married to Misa Mirror. attempt to civilize it. Madison sold last week at $90 per acre. daughter Jennie, the. comely 18 year-olAnd whatever you do Mr. Ztcbariah Padgett's child that haa Key. Walteii Lackey, col., haa had of William Foster, of this place. For a There were 330 acre. morning. D ON T AIL toPATRONIZE THEM. McAHater A Sallee told 25 fat hogs to been sick so long, died Sunday hia penilon Increased from $2 to $ I per few daya everything went lovely and the Mr. Angus E. Mclnerney ha gotten be delivered between the 20th of Oct. and month, through the efforts of hia attorney, goose hung about a high aa it ever does in signers to up a petition with thirty-eigh- t 1st of November, at 7 cenla. Also, a Nico Lino of such cases made and provided. Hut before II.T.Hirrla, of this place. brought two mammoth ears It to get started a lodge of Independent A. O. Coffey a week had passed Stephens began to evince & John Thompson in "Around the a decidedly icaloua nature and if hia of corn to this office yesterday. They Order of Good Templar. Chestnut Ridk'e wear the appearance weighed over 2 lbs. each and ono had 1,- World" at the Opera House next Wedne I am oponing daily a Pull lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to be young wife even treated another man civ of civilization alnqe Mi. Nelson Petry had 410 grains. day night. Admission M) eta. Reserved sold at Bottom Frioos. Call and oxamino. illy, "there was sure to be a row." Young, the courage and good sense to have the Judge Stephen Uurcli, of Crab Orch seat 75, on sale at both drug atorea. lively and pretty, the did not projiose to ard, haa purchased of Maj, Milton Stlgall, bushea cleared from the side of the road. E. H. BTJRNSEDE. shut honelf up exclusively to the society hi farm of 17C) acre on the Danville 1IA8KET and twilled flannels in blue and Our Sabbath school on Chestnut Ridge red and aatina flannels for sacnue and of the cross old man, and very innocently pike, adjoining Hon. O, A. Lackey, for under the auperintendency of Mr. H. W This Old and Woll - Known arter flannels of chatted with the male boarders whom she $53 per acre and will remove thence with Rice, is doing finely and the school Is In a walita and plain flve-iHotol Still Maintains met at the table. More than once she was his family in a few weeks. High flourishing condition. Mr. W. B. Jnrvls all colors for dresses at J, W. Hay den'. AND cruelly cursed for her girlish gayety, but D 'Squire J.S. Murphy sold the two bulls and lit excellent family take a great inter negro, who not until Sunday did the old fellow lay IIaiiuy Stiqall, a Stanford Determined that advertised In Friday' Issue, on the follow est In the school. They furnish fine vocal Its Proprietor ii to no Country has served the city aome on the rockpile, violent hand upon her. She had chatted it Shall be Second DEALER IN Ing day, recelvlngfCO for the thoroughbred and Instrumental music for which the Hotel in the State in its Fare, waa last week, sentenced by the Somerset merrily with Jim Pendleton, a mere youth, whole school feels very thankful indeed. and $37.50 for the graded. He aay that a Appointments, or AttenCourt to two years In the penitentiary for at the table, while Stephens looked on with tion to Comfort of notice In thl paper has never failed to Worth of Praise. a moat uncommon and unnatural crime. their Queiti. a clouded brow that betokened a storm bring him a purchaser within a day or two. As a rule we Jo not recouiiucnil Patent bunt. It did burst and with fury, for he A Walkino Ausenal. Walker At the St. Louis Fair the first award but when we know of out that really la a Baggage wlllbeeoaveyed to and front Iks depot HOKNl. NIIOKS, HOUSE Nil OK NAII.N, of Col. W. J. Landraui, seized hia young wife by the arm and giving for carriage mare went to John Hughes, of public benebctvr, and does poaltlrely cure, then son free of charge. Kpeclal acconipiodstlsas to to CounerclalTravelera. Tks liar will ha the Collector of Internal Revenue at Lan- it a twist, landed her In the middle of the Lexington, the second to J, O. McFerran, we consider It our duty to Impart that Informaainaya tappnea wna me caoicea kraadeof biqaora aaa uaara. caster, drew a pistol on a man at the Crock-for- floor in a position moro decided than mod of Loulavllle. W. II. Wilson, of Cyntht tion to all. Electric Oltters srotrulr a moat valuable iucaIIcIdo, and wilt aurelr cure Blllouanuu, was arrested and two luiuienee piatola eat, while curse after curse descended upon ana, got the blue ribbon for hia team of t'titt and Ague, Stomach, U-- and XlJuer her young head, l oung Pendleton, think- mare for buggy. The first premium for Couiplalnta, treu wbcra all other reuillea fall. were found concealed upan his person. CORN College. ing discretion the better part of valor, re- horses of all work went to N. Ray, of Glas- W know whtreofwa apeak, and can freelr Courier Journal. Sold al Afty theui to all. (Exchange. treated in good order and further that de- gow, and the second to John T. Hughes, of To the Citizens or Stani-ohand MTANrOKD, KY. ceuta a bottle, bj Penny A McAHater. matLexington, who also got the first premium Vicinity. The Lincoln Mills havo con- ponent aaith not. The upshot ol the was that Mis Jennie returned to her for coach mare and for the best mare, Later EVAPORATORS, MAYFIILD WATER ELEVATORS, cluded to give the public the advantage'of HEW ADVKUTI8KHE.1T8. parental roof and on yesterday sought a dy De Jarnett. With a Full Corps of Teachers, wholeriale price on Hour and meal In any InThe lltyUltr reports the sale of CaldPatent flour $3.25; Stanford lawyer' counrel ns to the propriety of quantity. This Iualllutlon will opeolla Thirteenth Session stituting proceedings for divorce. Her arm well Campbell' estate In Madison, aa folou lb ti Mouday in September neat. Heat Family, $2.50; Meal per Ibauty or of her body are low! 144 acres of corn in the field were and other portion QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, bushel, 00 cents. All orders left at the black and blue from the Inhuman aold at prices ranging from $1.5001.91 Tn creditor ol J. L. Uoodtare hciaby notiSod ALL THE UUANCUE3 Of A Mill office will receive prompt attentlou to prttfot ttielr clstiua, properly proren, on or attreatment, mado Stephena an per barrel. Work mules, large and good ami delivered wherever desired. Respect(Xtolwr 20, Usui can b ten with T. W. THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE tempt to get her back but Mr, Foster men- ones, $30O$325 per pair; year)ingmule, fore K. Varnon.IMl. A W. fully, McAIIaterASAllee. J. f. UOVKH, tioning something about pistol and shot $88; mule colta $70($75; cows and calve, -m October Truatcs of J. L. Goods. Are taught, u well aa Comont, &o. Also This City Council has justed an ordin- guns he beat an inglorious retreat. Later $10&,$C0; ewe lamb $3.55 per bead; ram UHAW MUBIO, TUB LANOUAUEO. ance which Is published In another column, on, ashamed of his unmanly conduct and lamb $3 30 er head; sheep $0 per head; a INO AND 1'AINTINQ. which prohibits cattle, horse or other iu a repentant mood, he again sought the lot of ewe and bucks, $5.45 per head; And tho atock from being permitted to stand for lesldeuce of Mr. Foster and to blubbering yearling steer $37.25 per head; All persona baring claliiia against the Mate, of Inspection on any of the streets of Stan- accent begged forgiveness of the wife and titer $45.25 r Lead; yearling heifers Jacob O. Owalsy, dte'd, will prsMnt tbtu at one Id Tuition, prices rang from f ii la t'jO lo tb ford, aave and except Market Street, which her family, At last accounts she had not $20.05; $3(J.23; horse $900 at tit Farmer National llask, protwrly pronto. regular Driwrtuicuta. 1'iluarr, Hi; lnUnuatltati she waa leaning $137; jenneU lie between Court Square and the Cbrls-tla- relented but woman-Ilk- a JAC'OH MUKMT. I None claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Outter 1l i'rtrurstoar, 110, awl CUloglsl., 150. $105$160; shoata 5 cents J.H.OttNLKY, f "vu""" ing, &o., dono on short notice. Church yard, under penalty of not that way. Let u hope that alio will, and per pound. There waa a great quantity of U-for full particulars, as to Hoard, Ac, address town. Tcruia anil lew than $2 nor more than $20. It U a that no further Unpleasantness ahall dark of atock sold, the sale amounting to proba StRRA imi lu yeur oar T. M. JOIINSTON, ua u AaMr ess II, HallhttAI! MKN. N. V, THIlr.llKAKT, I'rlucliml, still na ir.ua Salosmon. good law and will aaveuiurh annoyanro. en (hair IIvm, bly $10,500. DAVID SKINNER, Stanford, Uucoln Cu.,K 1'urtlanJ, Malue. N, 10CAL TIME CARD. round-houa- L4 DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS,HATS,BOOTS,SHOES( ZEtOBT- - L ILi"2"mJE33S: e fill-le- Prices Guaranteed to be as Lpw as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Lan- wash-stand- -- McAI-Ister- OPENS SEPT. 5.CL0SES 82JM2) Dot-tna- lira-illa- i ia aWM llop-cht- ap. roi. NAiJE! First National Bank. dirt-roa- d nrat-ciaa-a. Shot-gun- Kifle,aame-bsg,Shot-touche- ouai-ne- breech-loadin- - Mfiifi 1ai S TliLIB IIE TTIJE all share of 2 11 flrij-on- ne keep Hnving bought out II. Baugliman, onlmiid a nice lot of Horses ami Buggies, which will let at reasonable rates. Will also hoard Horses by tho day or week. are also in TJEfcAJOEJ, a TOWN ORDINANCE! A. T. WUNNEL,Mir, 8TASSv. Court-ltoua- e, B. K. "WEAREN, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. B3M&SB w weamsmaa. Baugh-man- 'a .i Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap reaus, Stands, best Mattresses, Lani. Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables. Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, 85-- 1 THOMPSON! E. P. OWSLEY n STAR TROUPE! At BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, d r MYERS HOTEL, CARFETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS KY. STANFORD. Propr. its TIM W. HIGGINS, Salosman. Reputation, Wt Hi H5 XlCfl fiSIIKC a, Shelf Hardware, Iron, Lan-dra- Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, SHELLERS, er Stanford Female Straw Gutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, 1 StovesyTinware, Fruit Jars Groceries, .Salt, lOiine, GENVINK OMVJGU CKIXiXRU PIOW. IVOTIOJE I THE CHAMPION STEEL. FLOW, TERMS MODERATE. n tt M fi v. A i i I I wo woro driven unck at BovonaiM nr barrels o! merchant boiirtht nay, but on tho secon.J wo gave gar, soVonjbarrclfl ofmolasses and two -" y barrolsof meaU, Findwhat per cent. VI drovo them back in return about half S beans ho nmed with his coffco? esOctober 10, 1882 Tncsday Morning, A beggar mot two boys ; ono gave him mlio from whero onr outtldolino was mm tablished on tlio first day. It was ft Boven cents and tlio other giro eight cents. PJnd thannmaof tfio third xnott ternblo fight, t- )md never feccii ; ax. vi'Tttti m boy who hit him In tho car with a snow anything liko it, and as I havo novcr Mining regions nro proverbially barseen an account of n rebel chargo mado ball? ren and rocky, mi1 tlio Upper Peninsula If ono insect has six legs and. another that day I will undortako to briefly of Michigan nt least that portion of it it. On a wooded emtnenco 'a Insect has seven, how many hornets which is bo productive of iron una codoes it tako to lift n boy out of tho old short diabweo below where our first pperforms no exception to this rule. It man Sabin's orchard ? lino had been established two or thrco Li old older than most of our hills for In ono field thcro aro eight sheep ; in batteries of artillery were stationed by it toU tlio first land Hint was attached to another field thcro aro svon horses. Hointzclman. . Ono section of two tho'original Laurcntian nucleus about pioccs was drawn out from tlio wood How many men will it require to propwhich our continent has boon formed. nnd placed in tlio clear com field beyond. ? erly conduct a village It has, in consequence, always been n A county officer on a salary or 8800 It was rather n dangerous position for a favonto field for geological study, and per year purchased two hones foc$G00 , battery to bp in without support, Tlio ito novel industrial features mako it no carriago for 8100 ; a set of silver lor section had scarcely unlimbcrodi when I less interesting to tho ordinary traveler. n woods' iu their front thf ro sUlc Crosses for bis mioat from tiro 8200;-fou- r Tlio fnco of tho country is nigged and four lirjcs' of Confederates playod poker to lh6 tuno 800 each, and Beamed and worn. Were it not for its brlgado), who, in regimental of $180, How much did ho save out of (Cheatham's minofal'wcfdfch it would remain permansalary, and what is Uio county front and four linos deepcamo pouring his year's ently a wiklorncss. Lumber companies ""Firo down npoa tho dovotef-soction- . ' going to do about It V woaldjnvftdo hero and tfiero, and retiro If a young man owns n httlo c&no, n with canister!" commanded tho weak after having robbed tho forest of tho dbg, a pair of lavender pantat littlo voioo of tho young Lieutenant who ' pinewiiich is found In n fow ecattcrcd Conthrco flash neckties, n frail mtutaclio .commanded tho section, aud the patches. It would bo an eddy where tho what will federates seemed to laugh at tho two litand ft flirtation handkerchief, stream of WoUcrn migration liad loft opposing tlo them. it cost to board six idiots at a first-cla"Double-sh- ot a fow Indians and woodsmen to subsist hotel for a year? with canister I" said tho by tho methods of primitivo lifo. Tlio pounds commnndcr of tho masked guns, in tho A bureau weighing sixty-eigland is generally valueless from tlio fannOn and Is to bo carried up a flight of stairs woods, rad still tho enemy camo er's point of view, for tho soil is a light twelve feet high. What lifting power on, as ii on parade. Not a musket was to' drift too light for wheat and tho must bo expected to tho square foot to fired, afid the section kopt booming a winter modified by a season of got half way up? away with terriblo rapidity. I had it summer wcatlicr too short for Indian pounds thought that tho Lieutenant and his A bureau weighing sixty-eigh- t corn to ripen. Hoy, oats and potatoes, tip a flight of section would turn mil to tho foe. Ho has been tugged haH-wayield, tlio. farmer a. fair return, but tho Ills' staira twclvo feet high. How fast must did not, but stood thcro and worked climate is so rigorous that tho securing to get to tlio foot of guns with tho coolness of a bravo man. tho old man travel of shelter and fuel calls for so largo an tlio stairs and tako his boots off before All at once, with a yell, tho cricmy amount of energy that littlo is left to and in a mostarted on a double-quic- k, tho infernal old tiling smashes him? to cultivation. It is a proof of this Among tho players in a poker room ment moro tho section was captured nnd that a very inconBiilerablo fraction of tho aro thrco merchants, two aldermen, four tlio Lieutenant was a mangled corpse. population attempts to subsist by farmclerks, two lawyers, ono butcher and one Now camo tho most terriblo carnaga I ing, although tho freight from Chicago grocer. A raid is modo by tlio polico had over seen. Tho capturo of tlio secia added to tho prico of all tho stapla arand all aro captured. Find how many tion had evidently greatly encouraged ticles of produetifin hay, for instance, of them ' dropped in to seo about sell tho foe, and his lines swept up and up being from $20 to $25 n ton, and tho hill until within about a hundred ing tlio poker man a horse." milk 10 cents a quart. Curiously enough Union cannon. It was a A plumber is called upon to menu a yards of tho jtrawbcrriea and currants roach a per- leak in a water pipe. Ho sends an cm- - magnificent sight Tho lines had not il fection unknown in. moro hospitablo onward as marchployo who surveys tlio leak ; another who broken yot, but kept latitudes, a Marquctto strawberry recourts tho servant girl ; a third wuo lias ing for roview. " Firo I" rang out from sembling in sizo a Sockcl pear ; and in forgotten his accordion ; a fourth to look tho woods, and at least a dozen cannon This is owing, after tho other three. Ho sends a bill belched forth their storm of death. I flavor a wild strawberry. Men in all tlio no doubt, to tho fact that in northern for $4.12. At this rate how long will it can see it oven now. tto i about as far tako Iho plumber to secure amortgago agonies of death piled liko fence rails ono upon another, with their moro fort'.north ns Quebec tlio fow summer days on tbo City II all. unate comrades climbing ovor their 0 Iiavo from eighteen to twenty hours of A aiks II for a loan of $5 until Saturand vcgctablo day. Six months later B reminds A that mangled bodies to reach tho guns. Tho sunlight and after-glogrowth is virtually uninterrupted by ho has not returned that " Y" yot. A magnificent lines of a moment before darkness, i Light, tho botanists tell us, denies that ho over borrowed n red cent wavered, Uicn stood still, and then bears tho samo relation to aroma that of B, and offers to punch his head for faded away liko snow beneath tho sumheat docs to sweetness. Such strawbermer's sun. Tho chargo was ended, and , insulting him. Find what B loses. ries as theso must bo seen to bo appro- gcta two kicks at ono houso, but fow, if any, lived to return. Tho A tramp ' ' dated, and must bo visited to be seen, a cold pancako at another and a bite field whero tho enemy had odvancod was , indeed. Tlio . for they are too largo and too delicate from a dog at a third. How long will it a perfect slaughter-pento bear travel themselves. dead and wounded lay in all directions, tako him to got into tiro workhouse for and xlbt ono of all tho men who had adI liavo spoken of tho climate as a sixty days ? winter modified by a short summer. Kio vanced got bock again. It was a galI Thirteen Mexicans cross tho Tho July and August weather I can Qrando into tho United States on lant charge, and to tho noblo and brnvo vouch for ns tlolightfuL Even when tho pleasure excursion. Thoy concludo to Lioutcnant who commanded tho section sun is hottest you feci instinctively that invest in a drovo of Texas cattle. Thrco-fi- f alono in tho field, aud who gavo up his thcro is no prostrating power in it, and tlis of tho number meet with accidents ifo to duty, was the credit of winning tho nights aro invariably cooL In July and remain permanently on this side, tho battlo due. Tho enemy lost about pristho mean daily rango was 19 dcg.,and whilo another filth feel hurt about some- 1,500 men in killed, wounded and tlio monthly rango 50 dog., tho lowest thing. What is tho exact number cf oners. Our loss was eight men killed k recorded temperature being 38 deg. and sixteen wounded. Philadelphia tr tlioso who got homo without feeling Near tlio lake tho presence of so largo a ? Detroit Free Weekly Timet. in lmrticulor bodyof water, which at Marquctto never UOW AX EDITOR OUT 11 IS IWQUCST. falls below 52 deg., and on tho oxtrcmo JCXKE MIEECHES. It will bo remembered that Mrs. northern end of tho peninsula novcr Wo devoutly hopo that tho abovo stylo Bourne, of Boston, bequeathed to her below' 48 deg., acts an equalizer, and of gnrment will not bocomo tho proper young relative, Mr. Allen Thorndiko restricts tho rango within comparatively tiling in dress. Natnro has not spe- Itioo, tho editor of tho North American narrow limits. This low temperature cially designated us as tho proper figure Jicvlew, tho sum of 8500,000, besides a of tlio lako water, which is higher than to fill a pair of kneo brooches, and on interest in tho residuo of tho that of any. of tho streams entering it, Providcnco did not select us as estate, each part of which is valued at precludes tho idea of bathing. As a tho man to wear n g wardabout tho samo amount as tho bequest consoquonco few of tho lako sailors can robe. to tho young editor. swim, and it would bo of littlo avail to This is tho only striking diffcrenco bewhich brought Tho circumstances them as a means of saving lifo if thoy tween ourselves and tho lamented Washabout tho bequest aro qui to interesting, could,ifor tlio most robust man if ho ington, deceased. tho following being tlio main points: tails intoLako Superior chills and dies In tho first placo, it is a moral impos- Mrs. Bourao was, previous to her mar- momenta. Tho numoroua trout sibility for us to maintain a friendly feel few riago with Mr. Bourao, a widow named t""a tho woods aro of an icy cold- - ing and a closo relation between our Thorndiko. By her first husband sho which foils to a depth kneo breeches and stockings. A garter Ihoeaovr, o had thrco daughters, two of whom of six or seven foot, incite and sinks into that would bo tight at tho kneo generher and aro now abroad, both, havtho sandy ground, to reappear from ally slides down over tho concavo ing married aliens ono tho Count do d springs with a temperature calf and hongs on tho instep liko tho Sartigcs, formerly tho French tot 89 dog., which is oxactly equal to tho interfering mocliino tnat a trotting at Washington, and tho otherMinister M. do nverago annual temperature of tho place. horso wears. Tho garter has always Banuclos. Tlio third daughter was tho Tlio thick forests prevent tho sun from been a mystery, a snaro and a dolusion mother of Mr. Allen Thorndiko Bice, wanning tho groun or tlio water. And to us. It docs not match our complex, and died soon after his birth. In courso t finally tho lako is so doep its bed reach- ion. of timo Mrs, Thorndiko becamo a widow, ing boveral hundred foet below tho level Onco wo woro kneo brooches and long and subsequently moniod Mr. Bourao, of tho sea that tho summer air has white stockings at a masquerado. Later a wealthy bachelor of Boston. To this effeel 'on it1 boforo it is again covwo took off our mask becauso it was hot proposed union Mrs. Thorndiko's two ered witli ice. Thcro is no other placo and uncomfortablo, and becauso it was a daughters woro violently opposed. Their on tho globo where so largo a body of hollow mockery. When a man lias a kneo expostulations were, however, in vain. fretdi water lies at on elevation of joint , ' cold liko tlio sheet-iro- n elbow of an After tho marriagoof their mother to six hundred feet abovo tho. sea. The stovopipo and a calf liko a lead air in' contact with this deep, chilly pencil, it is useless for him to mask his Mr. Bo'irno their treatment of that gentleman was anything but of a filial charwater seems to acquiro a peculiar vivifyface acter. Thoy snubbed him upon every ing and refreshing quality, quite imposKneo breeches aro mado for men who possiblo occasion, and it becamo ovidont sible to describe, but very easy to nro assthetio, and who walk a good deal. to Mr. Bourno's friends that ho was Hero must bo tho great Sedentary men cither got too fat or too much pained thereat But tho affection coolin'g-of- f of placo for lean, and thoy do not create a good im- which thoy lacked for him was more Chicago and, Milwaukee. F. Johnson, pression in this stylo of garment than mado up by tho dovotlon of Mr. ih"Ifar)Ki$ Mayaztnc. Jr., Then, too, tho foot should havo n Allen Thorndiko Bice, who treated tho in order to this a auuTiiKitx "ottAxau witAvvixa." symmetrical shapo A flat, long match with old gontlcman with marked respect and kind of apparol. foot disinterested affection. This was not Tho rural districts of tho North havo abnormal heel and stupendous bunions lost upon Mr. Bourno, who frequently, husking bees, with their exhilarating on it does not lit this peculiar garb. It in conversation with his wifo, expressed rowanls to tlio finders of tho rod ears, looks out of placo and sui generis, as it a determination to do something for his taffy pullings, at which the viscid strings were. young friend. Ho did not do so directnro not tho only sweets passing about ; Another reason for strong opposition ly, howover. "ut left it for Mrs. Boumo. boillllUH. fttullfoll (linimlr. on tho part of tho press rclativo to tho At his death his property, valued at lug of youths and maidens In taking kneo pants is tho fact that tho ladies, turns at stirring tlio pot may bring to- who aro now rupidly odoptiug tho mod- about half a million, was left to Mrs. Bourno. That lady, desiring to carry gether lasting helpmates; but tho for em changes in men's apparel, will, of out tho wishes of her husband, left to BquUimay havo all tlicso if it chooses, course, tako up with this one. Wo do together with a merrymaking of its own not foci, as a husband and father, liko young Itico tho valuo of tho estate loft that can nqyer bo introduced at tho enlarging upon tills aspect of tlio mat- licr by Mr. Bourno, and in dividing her own property gavo to each of her two North. It is an orango wrapping. Tiles ter. Wo never can, writo about any sub- surviving daughters and to golden fruit and packages of oMta o ject whon wo aro in pain. Wo must paper aro furnished, and tho young still this hoartocho before wo can pro- Mr. AT. Itico sho bequeathed tho other share, which would havo bcn his mothfolks at each dexterous twist incloso an ceed. er's had sho lived. oraugo in its paper cover. A darky It is, therefore, apparent that tlio two musician strums a banjo acoompani-uieu- ( To rcsunio : Wo deem it bad enough surviving daughters havo not been dealt to tho bougs tho workers sing and formankind tojwcar pantaloons that bag with unjustly, and thcro is good reason picks tlmo for tho reels that follow tho at tho kuoo when wo sit down, without for behoving that thoy themselves aro of ovfiiiiig'stosk. As for refreshments, embracing a garment that will open nt ,lybJltVic5i'iaay bo a lack of doughnuts tho kuoo liko n Soldcno smilo'whcu wo that opinion. Kcw York World. Probably tho youngest telegrapii opeand cider, who would not enjoy fragrant, tako a chair. rator in tho country is a littlo boy, 9 Juicy pineapples, fully ripened Moid Knee brooches con meet with no cut, jutdous bananas plumped and cordiality ou our part. Wo cannot hold years old, named Boverly Dabnoy Bon-sowhoso father is tho agent and sugared by tho sun in a way tho North out our hand in a friendly, hoart-feat Hanover Court Houso statiou, gets no idea of aud big oranges, rod and welcome to a wardrobo that makes a slim on tho Chesapcako and Ohio railroad. yellow, too delicate for shipment to man look liko tho memory of tlio GreenHo is a skilled ojierator, and rcadi mesmarket, but delicious to eat ? Al'ic York back mlylloomtraHf, sages from fcouud as readily as his father Hun. noun xnw AntrmtKitc. Mr 4 ur rifrtvi ' ij sim sr nirrrrpDr. st m J?l - tana dog-fight- I ss cli-ma- y " do-vo- to i f latltudcB-rMarquo- nvKXKiiv of vrrtth MicitutAX. y la point of woodland , scenery tho Michigan wilderness can lnot, compare White raownWBsTor'tlA Tho great cfToeUvo feature of height is wanting as tho olovation Is rarely mora than COO feet aboTQ tho lako, nnd thq general contour is broken and rolling. Tlio northern shore is much bolder. Tho forest Bonthwest of Portogo lako is moro than 100 miles long, and has oscaicd devastation by forest Arcs. It extends into Wisconsin, and as for as I went abonl fifty miles consists principally of hard mapln. It Is capoblo of supplying tho continent with Bngar. Until somo discoveries of copper are mado in it, it will probably remain ono of tho finest bodies Of woodland in tho country, Thoro aro many lovely littlo lakes and streams abounding with trout n Tho eastern scattered through contains many impenetrable swamps overgrown with tamarack and cedar. Tho western portion of tills great forest has loss of tho savago and forbidding aspect peculiar to northern woods, and is comparatively open. Tho road to Ontonagon jxisscs through it In ono direc tion, nnd is barely practicable for uncovered wagons. It is worth enduring a long rnilroad journey to bo ablo to drivo forty miles through trees with tho consciousness Uial you aro leaving human habitations farther behind you at every stop. Tlio forest is singularly of animal lifo. Milo after milo is unchocrcd by n solitary bird. Possibly you may chance on tlio fresh track of a bear or a deer. If, indeed, you havo tho endurance to watch for six hours without moving, it may bo granted you to boo a beaver working ou his dam. Thoro Is ono short period of tho Jnno day when a northern forest loses its wild, stern character. It is when tho long twilight of tho summer evenings passes through tho beautiful modificaTho setting of, tions of tho aftcj-glotho sun is followed by tho usual grayish light, but instead of fading gradually into darkness tlio western sky for a space of ninety degrees on tho horizon, and to a height of fifteen degrees or moro, becomes filled with a soft yellow radiance. This lasts till 10 o'clock or later. At half-pa9 ono can read easily. Tho light is evenly diffused, and thcro are no shadows. It is as mystio as moonlight, but warmer, moro kindly sympathetic. Tho cheerfulness of day is mingled with tho serenity and solemnity of night Natnro speaks of tho gcntlo and tho loving in a way that draws tho heart to her insensibly, and ono perceives how it comes that tho inhabitants of high lati tudes aro so strongly attached to their '. Johnson, Jr., in JlarjKr't homes. wtho Adir-ondock- s. it por-tio- do-vo- id st OnOWTH OF CTT1K3. Franco in 1870 had nine cities with ft population over 100,000, and twonty-on- o cities with n population over 60,000. Paris In 1870 liad n population of 1,088,-80and in 1881 a population of 2,000,-00England In 1877 had thirteen cit- -' ies with a population over 100,000. London had a population of 3,5X1,481, Liverpool, 327,083; Manchester, 500,397; Birmingham, 377,430; Leeds, 291,580 Sheffield, 271,01 1. Tills list includen all tho English cities with n population ever 200,000. In 1880 tho United States hod ten cities with n population over 200,000, twenty with a populoilon over 100,000, thirty-flv- o with n populotion over and 100 with n population over 20,000. Of tho cities having over 200,000 inhabitants, Now York increased from 912,292 in 1870 to 1,20(5,299 in 1880; Philadelphia from 071,022 to 817,170; Brooklyn from 390,090 to 6CC.CG3 ; Chicago from .298,177 to 503,185; Boston from 250,520 to 302,839; St Louis from 4 310,801 to 350,518 ; Baltimore from to 832,313; Cincinnati from 210,329 to 255,139; San Francisco from 149,473 to 233,050; Now Orleans from 191,118 to 210,09a In all tho Eastern and Southern cities and in Cincinnati, Iudiannioll.i, Milwaukee, Detroit, Peoria, Davenport, Salt Lako, Quincy and Spring field of tho Western cities, tho females outnumber tho males. In Chicago, St Louis, Kansas City, Minneapolis, St Paul, Denver, Omaha and Des Moines, tho males outnumber tho females. In Now York thcro tiro 25,271 moro females than males, in Philadelphia 35,220, in Brooklyn 22,107, in Boston 18,303, in Baltimoro 17,527, in Washington 10,073, in Now Orleans 17,300, In Loutsvillo 5,79 L In Chicago there aro 10,705 more males than females, in St Louis 8,522, in Kansas City 8,213, in Denver 7,1 10, in St Paul 3,219, in Omaha 3.G90. In tho population of Now York aro included 731 Chinese, 10 Japanese and 40 Indians, in Philadelphia 78 Chinese, 1 Japnncsoand 80 Indians, in Brooklyn 121 Chincso and 20 Indians, in Chicago 171 Chinese, 2 Jaimncso and 37 Indians, Boston, 118 Chinese, 3 Japanese and 19 Indians; 8t Louis, 50 Chineso and 15 Indians; San Francisco, 21,745 Chinese, 45 Jopancso and 45 Indians; Denver, 338 Chlncso and 1 Indian; Oakland, CaL, 1,974 Chinese, 8 Japancso and 1 1ndians; Sacramento, 1,781 Chineso and 4 Indians. Tho total popnlation ol tho 100 cities having moro than 20,000 inhabitants is 8,010,714, or nearly 10 per cent of tho population of tlio wholo country. 0, 0. 0, 2C7,-35o, ritomsumi,. T. W. VitHOIt. WALLACR IE. Cllllttll VARXOH. IIIIIFCTOUI. S- A.TT(IKNi:VH Olflfs In T. W, A V.H VA11NON, jV'JL' KV. bulMlng-up JjA.-V- , 0lrj II. HTAtilfHI, A Eon't new lUlra. , Tha Woman' lllnalnnarr Hoclftr mreta hero on tha tit Bun.lir In each month, at I o'clock, Mra, T. T, at I 04 A. ' IV. " HMU?M7Wtin.laTinomlPanlnltil. llllnr.Mating Thuralar nlalila. Kun.lajHchool rarer CTIIOIMST, SOUTH. -IH. 1. N. - ". lin, A'lTOllNMV At IjANCASTKU, KV. O. XAUrrHAN, XJA.-W- Mnlrr Viinluloiirr anil Ounljr Allom?. Will Superintendent prartlratn all tha OourU of (larranl ami iiljulntnn of- rounllra ami In Hit Com I cf err UrJ'idar. . rreecMn Uj lr. J, IV. on Ural an.l ThIW iimkiiii nun.iaj ocnnoi ALDX. ANDHHUON, at 15. Jot. tMtcrante, nupenniennrni nuKfllYThlllAN, BOI'TII - it.?.10 I. "."(H. AJV xA.AV, John W. I roe, paatnr Mumtar Mmol at IIANVIM.K, KY., Ilout, Superintendent. Union l'rartr Meatln'on Will rrarllr In Id Cburta of Iteylc aoJ a.ljolnlm Wedneedar nlghta. cvumira umi in inv lAiuri or Apjiraia, V. J. M. llauca, I'aalof. Bcf tleea nn ttannil anj Fourth Mumlava. mornlnf and I'rarer Meeting erer Wolnf1T after . n. narrow noon. Iiun.iaf ecnooi at v.su a. h. li1fi, 13 I'rnlJfnt. AITIST.-lU- night, Aila. It A'lTOItMJY KY. l.HIKUTV. Will rrrallraln all IhaCoutHof Cawr ami tounllM, an.l In thn Unmt of niwlal atlrnllon gl?tn to collrcllona. OrtUa MA8THHHON l'KYTON, A.rru,oitiM KnarATrouTT, A I. AW, add auMiHm I OPERA HOUSE, STAWr'OUD, KY. it. i. i iMroa aioto. AhIi. W. T. WALTON, orr Proprlotor. nil. J. HTANKUIll), Ofllf Iroui s to U. OAIU'ENTEH, KKNTUCKY ftn- Hlieof Hlitf, jmM. iM(litroin-tlelrlao- l rapamjr, erf Hewn ratra to goodinaiuuiiw laiirrj, un. attraction, IteaeniiaMa A3 ofr IK IloM. B. an. 7 lo Li tla'a aloro. Offlta honri alMTO. r. tf. J. 3. WILUON, UjaNTIHTTa OdltB an.l t llmljitiff, Upr Main BTAMI'UKP, KY. St. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ni.ltiT8TT,Nf,oni), KY., tlgAtgalR Mnnumcnta, Table u, Ac MalMa Work HUUCJJSON OOc LBK F. HUFFMAN. DIlNTIHT, HTANKOni, KY. laa aJmlnlaiarttl U. whan re- tho Mjrrra Hotel. 1'uroMlroua 0Ua quired. Mouth iMo Main Buret, two iloora al llcadilonra, of all klnda orally eiecu ted and Mill-factiand It. Will bo In Hl.nford ona week of each month, front Irat Mondar. Iteutal muni InSU Aaaph llotel, oter lcA liter A llilght'a ItVoalgn.lAtUncaater thrco werkaof each month from third Mondaf Dental iwinti I u Maanu HotiM Ture nllroua olid gaao aJmlnliterot rMalgn when neceaaarr. " SWmE duntiht. MOltOAN, D. I), O. tTFTFIeks.feJoheVataw on lion, apJica I ly nam .m. iiuunirrr, LAW, TUTT'S PILLS the lleMl, wild a dull eenMtlon In the pack part, l'sin under the Olioulder blada, nillneaa aflcr ealinp. with a to exertion of body or mind, irritability of temper. Low aplrlta, with a feeling of having neglected aome duty, Wearlneaa. Ulatleoaa, Fluttering at tha Heart, Dots before tho eyre. Yellow Ukln, Headache generally over tho right eye, Meatloaineea. with fitful drcama. highly oolorod Urine, and dlaln-olinatl- ATTOR N EY AT Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will practice hla profnaton In llocinull and adjoining countlea and In the (Jour I of Appeala. Special attenUonglrtn to colleetlona. o HANifSo.Mi: on PORALE! iti:snKNoi:s. U. TORPID LIVER. VuuiA Appetite, llowcla coative. 1'aJn In SYMPTOMS OF A llarlnir determined to locate mf faiollr in lei- ingtnn, kj.. I wiiioner lor aaie loina nignrii eiu-di- r, MONDAY, Six NOVUDEK 1882, located ilandenme I'.rrldcnco, all Ilia propertj In Stanford. Hire of them newly new,d andallofll.erawelllniprute.1. Ther ar newur-copie- t, hy It. l Atfcrd, V 1 Anlhnnr, lloe Stow-arDr tVllaun, (leo. II. Hrura and lurettf. Tuai-.I'oe-lh- TtTTH 1'II.US ar rPfrlally nt!iiilw-- to lurhrnifi, otiilon iTrrts MuIin chmnf of frrllncm to nttoiilili thr iiuiTrvr. ThfT InrrratM tli Apwf Ii,n4 rus U!y lo Inkf nn 1'lrli, Itnta lit iiirui tbU run, Italancw In lrd Arflow nn th tiftnrlliri. nt ojr t ono and two jewra. 4 per rent Intc real from luruta, lMrll lii vlrsn,.ivltrsu.Mr MiuoU ? X. T. Zi x Hurt ny m .1.1 Nil will coMitientvat 10 o clock A. M. at rrallenreof lieu. II. Ilrure Male ponl?e. and d lt IktMMMHKlWHMHsMMa CONSTIPATION. uil7 tTlr don't jroii lorjal It. 1522, (ltd. !. flt.Utl. TUTT'S HAIR DYE. Obit llAinna WrtMKlaA chanted t.r saincleappllctl.jnof thla parus natural Ijvk. Hint Ulack color, arta inatantaoeoualy Hold ly Drucdata or aeni ny eipma on receipt or It. S3 Jtt'RHAY NT MEW YORK, OI Ttrr IIXIU TV.IuU. lAniaa m4 -- A y GRAM O0HBIKAT10K. I6S2. toa(lliir Semi-Weekl- Interior Journal And lbs toulatlllo (r. tu,.l,b Ul ke U1 I IIS rrfnllta f Magazine, A WUXDKllPUZ. 1'Z.tXT. Weekly Courier - Journal any-thin- one-thi- rd o closo-flttin- sur-viv- deep-seate- lo American ladios will prick up their cars at tho information that scrkys is a plant much in uso among tho women of Eastern Europe in order to enhance and retain their charms. Its properties havo been known to tho Turkish women over since tho introduction of cofleo into Europe. It is said to bo u littlo here which grows at tho foot of tho mountains of 'Lebanon. A spoonful of it in a breakfast-cupfuof boiling water forms l a delicious infusion, which may bo drunk with milk and sugar liko ordinary tea, but is far moro pleasant to tho taste. Its great recommendation to tlio fair sex is that it has tho virtuo of retarding tho ravages of ago on all thoso who drink it daily. Sr. Paul Lucas, physician to Louis XIV., mentions it in his travels, no relates that, having been called upon to attend the widow of Hassan Pasha, ho was surprised to bco her waited upon by two young women apparently 25 or SO years of ago, whereas ho knew it was customary for her to bo waited upon by old women only. On expressing his surpriso, ho was told that both thoso young ladies were over CO years of ago, and that thoy owed their youthful to tho abundance of scrkys tea which they drank. Sr. Lucas immediately asked for somo of this plant, and took it with him to Franco. It is supposed that ho mado n present of it to Ninon do l'Euclos, and that it was tho mysterious secret of her extraordinarily youthfnl appearance when old. Thcro is a great run on this articlo in Paris just now, for tho doctors havo discovered that it purifies tho blood and thus tho skin fair and transparent as in early youtli. It also makes tho flesh firm and is particularly conducivo to a full bust About three years ago it was reintroduced into Paris by a French doctor who had traveled in tho East In Turkoy, whero it costs but little, it is often mixed with tho water of tho bath. Taken, howover, in tho some manner an tsa, twice a day, its effects aro said to bo certain. It costs fivo francs on ounco; but n thimbleful is enough for a breakfast-cupfu- l of tho infusion, iVtifl YorkJfour. pro-serv- es H " One year lor CELEBRATED lA flft pa pen lor than the price of one. 3.30-two little mort iPlainEnglish! uaa wWS 0J f Itt CUCUUI IftU 1S lirHK EXPKESSEDl TMl HIT By paying ut IJ.S0 you will receive lor one year tha your borne paper with Ike Courier-Journa- l, rcprcMntallte newspaper or the NHitb, and the brlghleatand aldrat larally Weekly In the United btatea. Thoee who dttlre to eiamlnea can do ao at aauplecopy ol the Courier-JournIh la office. . lt, dhelt..l tirfl taM wVtffrwr 11 Mltb I'MlllUalM UftlMil mil MHajlWw I ! i WTk tram itMt mm Will ImI I C nllxttf ! wtm fwwla'l iminilHfttl IKl ri(rw IhnllIHa !Orr. It'll I tntlf I Imw) fall lik hi 11 mtmur ol lUhkllHrUCTiT sMTTkMU Wisl.- - tltiH LANE & B0DLEY CO. A.VAHOCO PH-Y Utl roa wy laMlfMClUltr ftiiiitw't t t irV- 4td llr td tttOOHllliI hi 'attl lta rttra- -. K JsssMlYlh GOLD MEDAL BY To every yountr, xut um troubled with ncrrcue cr pbylcl iteblU ty vr trnputrnoo i nt clituUr te sent free Km. ru:i nd'h pus on PojIaI enrd ta HARRIS REM COY CO. fit. Louie. Mo. We want y mr tut tr , YoubveJcur iitJdr 1 r"'wm nil (w . nw. L k tMV A MO- -. Ct& f4 Kit itmtM.ali nt wyf bm. am or old men TMC ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, Steam Engine and Saw Mil 6 I HP ( FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CURE. (lTOMACII lTl-lffl- 3 The trite antidote to the effect of mUani Hoalctter'a Htomseli Hitter. Thl medicine la one of the looat popular reroedlie of an ne or aucwaaful proprietary apccinca. and la In imraenae demand wherever on exlau. A tins Continent ferer nnd ngne U day the wiiifRlaaaful three tlovJ a encounterlna;beat a nosalble preparative for ounoapbere, regulating tbo liver, inilurloua and Invigorallnir the atomacn. For aalc by sit Drugs lata aud Dealer KencniHy. Xthlbltad at Atlanta In Joel. Manufaelurcra of 8laaro Knglsei, Hoi'"', Baw Milli.tlangkJgeri. Lath Ma'hlnei, Hub and Spoke Maohlntry. bhaftlng. lUngen. I'ol. laya.doopllaga. Oearlnr.Urlitsnd rfour Mllli . v- Kena lur iofciai iinmr aaw Kill, whlcb wa aril frr BJMt DOtvU A ,ti(iwrllrd Mlii( Krl JfnMSaffllaVfu.41ee. Hol U4&laMUMlenv.opWe UniccUUcafliI Addreii DR. WARD 6 CO., UeltUet, Ma. " fTonie rrnpwion or III tktQ .UOTwMsXUl fICt!UIl for thrurc(ArrM IAS or io U. O. Special attantlon alien tn Plantation Ma cblnery. Jlluttmifl virtulur Vn. $200. Jhn t H'.itvr Jiff. &. .vtai: TMC DISEASES Of W'i B 7J??F& Ikl -- YOUTH A and MANHOOD ACUIDCTOHrM7M WITHOUT MEDICINE. LANE BODLEY CO., Cinetnnatl, n rlrnrt M...t u i witli llrwvfi, 1.HI ri t IimL Miwl AtwKl Om.h La. IUU Itiiin-l.v- r n rf.i.tiaM Inr illi II m,h. I'llr Mrlt Adt.rn THE PUUL1SMEH. Do 2J4, Milwaukee, Wii. i.'nr-- t Pllhl( I.Wnr lit rtrj Cincinnati, New Orleans &, Texas Pacific Railway. s? 1 :m: i :ej lu cBect Sept. l. o?ia.ibiiiIbi 1W2. CINCINNATI WIUTHEHN DIVIHION. No. 17. No.5. No.S. IeIi' im T KC B iommA Nal. Dal-- STATIONS. Lre. Cincinnati........... .. Ooonielowu. ... ' lilngtuu .. .... McboTaarille High Urldtfe 11 11 Iia'y ex. Dal- -I lially " ' Somcraet -.- l'olul llurmlde.... llockwoud ..-. Junction City Daufllle.... ...... . .. iy CI Bull I'.M. Sun. " 130 41 0 10 mo 11 II 1U 7 04 II M 2V II 4U 7 31 17 1103 7M I J 17 IH2J flu 110 113 I a ill, JM 8 SO cpriug t.i . Arr. Cbattanuoga mm ...... Nn.lS. No. 13 IUU A.M. 3 4a M 760 ecu I 7 C40 ? 'J 15 J ar 3u 1M low Na2.No. I. NoC :n. j,vc. Chaltauooga. h.rlniCltr....-- .. " llockwuod I'olut llurnilde..., 11 ,t.M. i a.m. a.m. 0 00 730 40 ar 7 40 1008 U40 No. Id. IU 111.1 75 7M Hi 3 11 131 !U I XII 33 " Soiueraet... Juncitou Clly.... High llrldK Nlcholaavllla. Georgetown. . ALAHAMA - I, A.M. 6 3 15 Ilaudlle. 4 40 3 41 10 IU 4 11 A JUAltUtAUB VOHTIOX WIDOW, FOll HIH " 333 VU3 4 09 633 433 7 03 SOS Arr. Clucluoatl .... ' lilnutou........... BDIllo-bntt- one-thir- d, u, oihi-rut- lt A gentleman of this county, tlioso namo was uot given, called ijpon a prom-inolawyor of this city to writo his will, and in tho doviso to his wife ho added a clauso that it sho should marry again then tho property devised to her should bo for her solo and separate uso, free from tho control of her husband, but giving her tho right to dlsposo of it by will or otherwise as sho pleased. It was simply providing for his wifo as most prudent fathers provido for their daughters, no mado a marriago cono tract for her provided sho niado a for herself. This is hardly as liboralj but quito as wiso, as tho case of tho Frenchman who loft his wifo n double lwrtlon provided sho marriod ngain, as marriago would entail n greater expense upon her than if alio lived single. Lcxlnyton (A'y.) nt mar-riag- 630 7 00 10 U 7 40 A.M. IIUKATMJUTHKKN, II 'JO 8I 41 7S3 S20 Lie, Cbaltauooga... ., Atlalla.. " llirulngbaui... " Tuiialuoaa ... Arr. Meridian.. .... Lre. MerlJIau 14 B.ruilnghaui.. A nulla Arr. Chattanooga., IISS 8 13 -- STJE.-A.IUE- 015 " Tuacaluoaa.-- ., .... .. i I I I 1000 S30 .. .... AND HLlllUIAN. Oil 'J so 10 20 67 JOB PRINTING OFFICE Dost of Printing in tbo Is Proparod to do all kinds of Stylo aud at City Figures. Try us. i i 6 30 VICKSUUHO Lie. Meridian " llrandou. " Jackauu Arr. YUkLuri... Lie. Ukiburg Art- - Meridian " -- ., Koreil . ZZ1'.'."7.'..Z -- ., ! il'lSU 4 I ID 3 05 ?0 " ", Jackauu ' llrandou, -- . a On 10 41 Kureit.... ... . (1128 141 . ' 443 VICKHUUmi. HllltEVEllltT AND l'ACIliC. . lib" .. ..Lie. Vlt ttkurg ....-.Delta .". -- Arr. Monroe.. Lie. Monroe ..... ...- .- .. -- . . irt$. Ttia oommorouil value of ull lauds in Italy is estimated at JCOO.OOO.OOO, upon which thoro aro XIO.000,000 mortgaKed. Arr. Vlckabur- gJOHN SCOTT, V, 1'. and Urn. Man. Cln. Bou. U'y.Cludnuatl.Oliioi K. 1', WIUttlN.O. V. and 1. A. Cln. Bou. ll'y, Clncluuatl, l). 11. COLU lilt AN, (I. I'. A. A. II. H. ll'y. CIatlaua.TeDn.i J IIAUDY, O I'. A V AM. ll'y. Vlkbuw, UlM., JOK McClUIKK,(i. I" A. V., H. A 1'. H'y, Mouroe, La. " Delta , - 1130 6 30 7 30 USO a 00 r A eomhlttfttlan of Pro tojttdevf inntti'vruvlitn nurh mm iiutMfUiitruM 114 ri tnwifaltl form, Iho only prrtmnttlnn of iron thttt will not Uacken th rrrri.tfu ehttrueterUtUuf h ae i hi is liatuiauiiiiue TTTTTTTiT'l. I Imn Lu J liu. llAlalkU'tt Iiujn 'lUNlt lu isir tiraXUl.tf.mua lu en cihiiitmoor any I til u lo nh0tl.11 nsulu tlat lit, llAUTm'u ueur " iVcinVflM yiw- - luluaiir cvte luvaNvrvuua fuuud uifJlriuo, rrotrtUin. tiualu lUi4, DytiMu .aiiUuluf ef liiOY'rokiOiloea lu h l.lnaa.1 I I.I. lllUtll. Ulablu aUiQlU Urltlkill rful IMir a !'7. '!..-..- . till, a. lift Hl'Sat It II It'll T llSJl lu I L' uur luovt mlurnt hyUiu, hvu ) U Ut4 U UiU Krtt ami luctiuii&j lav li&iHeil rouiu of Timidy 1 liftwril It lu iifirtm - uy Irou irtwMluu lueile- - Inuttiwli e roiii.iuMua Du.lCUUhlli' HAMt w.Jti J,UiulUuriUt,ii Uo.N'lNluianwii.ltvlu myprarUct) hr Uii. ii' . Nov Mtli. lwl. ii mu Airnuo, J iHutm eulaf lathe bloot tutturuUtftiUhfuUane lu orytt lie a ml ths nerwua s!tew,mnhinr Jm M m J 1j F II apnlleuUe to Ucntntt mMmm I Utility, Xmmm f if iYufrill'M of litJ luierM ami Imitolfurt. UANUFACTUREOBlfTMB DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO,. 213 N, MAIN ST.. ST. LOUIS, 1 .11 I 111 V 4atr?Lg?"ggZZS3ESam&s3EZZ? trrire 1 ltt J B fmA