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STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Swindle. 80. Vf. T. P. R. HILTON, WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Butnet Manager Vilhllnlicil Tttrmtttv nilit J'rlitiiWt HU.no PIBIt ANNUM. a. Dan't DefirmTnallon, i "No ilr, I will not." Thwo wonls wcro uttqrcd.onp starry b'eW In tho lcifjr month of June, In v Kentucky Prow AsocIntIon wcro" style. r"x teaming down tho Ohio river, returning, on Iwanl n magnificent boat, from J"1 n visit to tho mountainout regions of ' V" rontaqrlon de.trored Woit Virginia. Tho meowing with Tor Krnktot! Kcrl, I?"?"' acaln" ,?Mt in tnrctt Chllhlalne, Pllon, the houie its nlciuuroa was otcauJ, tho hnppy weeks, find no others Chaflnc. etc. . bad it. - I W. Ilheuinnttam eurea gnng woro cu routo IronTTTunlington Philadelphia. HIIHICIKANV TA1JLOK, rkiftYVIiltA Complexion teoiredbyitiuie. .tojAiliInwl toditpeno to their eovcrnl Nhln Fever orerentcd. To purify tlieltrrotli, homoe. In altnott every 1109k nml Eiphthoria (jieanito ine xeetii. It can't be turpatted. corner of tlio boat could bo teen n Wishes to Inform Ills Patrons of Blanfonl and vicinity tint he has rtcclrcl Provontcd. Catarrh reuered end cured. loving couple, each landing low lo KrTftinelae cured. catch tho uhiapcrcd words tlmt fell Ilurn ft rtlieved instantly. A Splendid Stock of and Goods, a iic iijihii nia Henri prevented. I use Darbva rluid very from tho other's lips. Upon tho top lvraeniery ctireil IaiIia ." ll'nnnild tkAlA.t sratla i rnentot Uiphtnerta.Ih.iI. Which he guarantees to mako np in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guarj..M..,..w.w.y.w of tho proud vowel which was surgScurry cured A iiroLttwitcir, anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. AnAnlMoteforAntmal Greensboro. AU. tho muddy waters of tho ing through or Vegetable Poisons, Teller dried tip. Stlnes.etc Ohio, sat 11 young couplo busily enI used the Field durlnc Cholera prevented eurpreient affliction with Ulrere purified ,and gaged in counting tho stars, which iirl.i Wvv with Is. Inhealed elded idrantaee. cucoMea!!iU It was juit half full, liko somo of the Indispensable to the sick. ' should be used about It will the corpse Wat. r, Sand-- 1 room. who wcro ilcadbcating their prevent any unpleasparaiitei roiD, Eyrie, Ala, ant smell HsssssssssssssssssBsasssSH composition : way as meinlcrs of tho 1'rcss AssociaThe eminent Phy. TheLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY In . alrlitn.J.MAUION "There was a young and handsomo tion. Wo will patuo n moment to BCaiiQtXQTCrB Hl.MS, M. D.. New AND 8II7VEI.WA1CE aorst, says i "t am lieutenant, aud a young, beautiful tako a glanco at this pair. Tho youth convinced Prof Darbys Cured. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Is a Prophylactic Fluid girl, and they loved each other; but in his Iwauly. His was Apollo-lik- o Jewelry Eepairod on short notice, and Warranted. valuable disinfectant." their parents wouldn't allow them to Vanderlillt University, Knslivllle, Tenn. raven locks clustered around a clauic I testlf t the most excellent get married. But ono day tho liout- - Darby 1 luphylactlc Fluid As aqualities of Prof. brow and his curled moustache was disinfectant and Is and cnant won a large amount of money, determenttoIt any both thenr finally whichpractically just too lovely and cuto for nny thing. superior preparation with I am acquainted. i T LtrroN, Prof Chemistry nnd then tbcro was nothing to hinder. Ho was a sueccptiblo youth nml wheu Darbyn Fluid la ItecommemleiMiy . Hon. AuxAKDen II. Siarneirt, of Georcia; They got married and wcro very hap a pretty girl pitched him n smilo it "ilr." was'only allowed to rcspcctablo Courier-JournalRev. Chas, F. Dutus, D.D., Church of the didn't get children. So a Strangers, N. Y.; Hunger? What It py, but he invariably' set his heart to fluttering householders iu good standing. Comim. LiCotm, Columbia, Trof ,Unlverslty,S.C. A. J. nATTte, Prof., Mercer University; Dr. i'ornic, tho French physiolo- war broke out and he was commanded 's liko n gosling with its foot in 11 ing to us from loudal England, "Esq." Rev. Ceo. F. Ptuce, Uishop M. E. Church. mouth. Ho had leen tho INDISI'ENSAIIUi TO KVKKY IIUSIK. members of the legal fraterni- gist, distinguishes between hunger and to go and fight for his .country. marked Perfectly harmless. Used internally or attendant of the young ladies in ty and kindred occupations. It was ut appctito by describing tho former as a While fighting ho was taken prison cxictiuiiiy lor Aian or ueasu The Fluid hai wen thoroughly tested, and we desire for food, no matter of er, ana was in tne prison seven years. tho crowd and especially of tho littlo length asuincd by or conferred by general hue abundant evidence that It ha done evervthinerFor fuller Information ret of here claimed OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. bright eyed liwsio by hi) dido. Sho courtesy upon prominent and wealthy what kind, while appetilo is the feel Theu he came home, and who can tell Drugfiitl a pamphlet or tend to the proprietor.. vow J, ir. ZFALIX & CO.. was tho sun around which ho liko a citizens, and at Inst has como to mean ing of pleasure, which results from his joy when his wife showed him sev Manufacture.? Chemists. VniLAVELVHlA. If embracers' Staple iiittl Fancy Groceries, Patent and Family planet revolved, and on this particu- only an adult nialo citizen tho suino tho gratification of that desire. This en littlo children sho had got whilo ho Flour, Meat, Ilacou and Lard, Tobacco and Clean, Wood is proved by the fact that often when way away! In this way did strong lar night the planet had reached its as "Mr.," or, in general, tho samo as en, Willow and Tinware, GIiihh and Qucciiriwarc. Canned Tho reader must not Iho uamo would imply without addi- we are not hungry, appetite comes lovo got rewarded!" jveriliolion. EDWARD H. POX, Propr., think we arc writing our hero's obitu- tion. It is therefore utterly useless, whilo we"nro eating or at tho racro Story. A Pe- oodH ol all U I mis a Hncclally. ICcmciuber Hie place, "The A Chinese Love Corner or Main ami Third Streets, ary, for our language is only figura- a Iwro mid nn oflcncc: for n meaning sight and smell of somo favorite dish. kin wife fell in lovo with a friend of North-EaCorner hlore." KENTUCKY tive, llut to return to tho girl, BI10 less titlo is an affront to any tuau. It Tlio question us to whero tho sent of her husband, and the friend agreed lo DANVILLE, was a petite, graceful, bright faced should be disused altogether, and left tho feeling of hunger is, has been pay him 8130 for her, but he neglectIli'lng recently reStlcd my rooms wltti"all or tho modern IniproTeincnia, I now hart the littlo lumpof swectuces, whoso numo to bo marked "obsololo" iu tho die much discussed by physiologists. Lev-e- n ed to bring tho money when bo called itls not necessary to give. Sho had tionaries. Writo "John Bmith," or assorts that it id ..not known at all, to tako her away, and so tho husband Finest (Inllcry In Central Kentucky I played sad Imvoo with tho hearts of "Mr. John Smith," if you please, but whilo Longet nnd Schiff bclievo that refused lo give her up. In that emer When you rlsll Dsnrllle, don't till to call and tee RtepccUully, mora than 0:10 of tho trays nml about let us havo no moro of "John Smith, it is difluscd through tho wholo body; gency tho enamored pair drugged rue. tol-KDrTAKD II. VOX. tho first scribo who was captivated by Esq." but this latter view is disproved by him, forged his signature to tho btll.of Ex. DRUGS, BO OKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. Phstocripher Ky. Geological Surrey her charms was Dan O'Sullivan at How an Aluoatok Dinks. An tho fact Uiat in somo diseases peoplo salo aud cloned. Thoy were arrested rhjalclana' rrcacrlptlona accurately coiupoundcd. Pharmaceutical Prcpsrallons a specially. CONDENSED TIME. that timo on the Howling Green Int- alligator's throat is an animated sew-c- r. wasto away without ever having tho whilo eating their wedding breakfast elligencer, hut now on the CVmriVr-JournTo $oa rain in eoni land or any ordinary land nopreparation t'j needed uhere thU implement Everything which lodges in his slightest feeling of hunger. Doctor and put into dungeons, whero they it wed; iimjjy drive into lliejidd and go to work feeding. stall. Ho loved, ho adored, open mouth goes down. He is n lazy Fournio's theory is this : "When meal-tim- both committed suicide." ho worhipicd, he idolized her and dog and lets his victims hunt foi him arrives tho glands of tho stomach ItAILKOAD IAXE. The republicans do learn something sho had shown a decided preference instead of liuuting for them. That'is, become filled nnd distended, and ready from their democratic brethren that is for Dan. In fact it was pretty gener- ho lies with his great mouth open, ap- to accomplish their function of digestTHAIN3 OOINU NORTH. fix. Hun. Maicii 1, 188J. ally understood that thoy wero mutu- parently dead, liko the 'possum. Soon ing tlio food. But if food is not in- of service to them now and then. ....,.. lOOsm Three First-Clas- s ally "mashed." No wonder thoy had a bug crawls into it, then a fiy, then troduced they rcmaiu iu this distend- John Van Buren, being asked on Lre. lUcbiuond. S CO " Implements Combined in One. . Lancaster....,. 7 10 ' sought tho top of tho lwat. It was soveral gnats and a colony of mosqui ed condition, nnd tho result is tho un- comulg out of a democratic conven LlTlni;tton............. ' 8W . Crab Orchard tion where ho had met a disastrous 10 "' tho last opportunity they would Imvo toes. Tho alligator docsn t closo bis easy feeling we call hunger. ExcelStanford..... ............... Making tite lent and eioiijiest' implement eter produced, An implement that o inditpensallt SS " Shelby City ........--. 9 84 " to hold sweet communion witli each mouth yet. Ho is waiting for a lent proof of this theory is nflorded defeat, "Aro you going to bolt John?'' l)ornieJunctlon...... i ray crop euttimted. 10 05 " ....... Mltchellsburg other. There thoy had repaired in n wholodrovooi things. He docs his by the habit of eotno Indiaus of ent "Not by a d d sight; the placo to " LeUnon.................... 11 00 put 12 10 1 is insido tho " New Daren. party." 12 47 Junctlon.Hm...,.M..,...HH. gung to themselves and while tho nox eating by the wholesale. A littlo la itle clay to nnncaso hunger. Tho in raise h Arr. 2 10 " Cincinnati Junctlou.... .... was lit by tho lux of tho luna, thoy ter a lizard will cool himself under troduction ot tho clay is followed by 2 ii " " LoulsTllle Bill Bradley has withdrawn from haiboen wrapped, for nu hour, in tho the shade of his upper jaw. Then a the discharco of tho elands, and tho the congressional race in tho eighth (lis TRAINS GOINO SOUTH. sweet solitudo of their own loving! fow frogs will hop up to catch tho mos- sensation of hunger is arrested. trict, for two good aud sufficient reasMuch 1, 183 J. .i. Buu. thbLjVK Tho distant lights of Ash-Ia- n quitoes. Then moro mosquitoes and 8 SO a u An Enrroit'H Knife. Here wo ons : 1. Phil Thompson would havo Lte. Lou1st1I1......... 2 05 p in wio visible in tho darkness gnats will light on the frogs. Finally have a knife. It looks liko n saw, but crushed him to death with an adverse Lie. bUnfurJ... ... 2 68 " Crab Orchard 4 10 " nhtacrWd Dan grow eloquent as ho a wholo village of insects nnd reptiles it is a knife. It belongs to nn editor, majority. 2. Jay Iluhbell refused to Arr. Mtlngston 2 SO " Lte. Lancaster realized thfi in a few moments tho 50" .......-- .. down for an afternoon picnic. and is used for sharpening pencils, pay tho expenses .of tho picnic Billy Arr. Ulchtnond settlo boat wovld land and tho parting must Thou all at onco thorp is an earthkilling roaches, opening champagne hoastingly styled "my canvass" PULLMAN PALACE CABS He spoko of tho sad quake. Tho big jaw falls, tho alligatake, placa bottles and cutting the hearts out of f Dreckinridgo News. Rock-- , Mobile, Montgomery, thoughts that welled up in his heart, tor blinks ono oyc, gulps down tho Sulky Harrow aodBotder. The Albion In Kentucky cortaiu forms of dis- To Memphis, Little New Orleans. bad men who come into tho office to and one ori, two lor lets money i7m required to obtain a gram tntv, irAtcA can only at the near prospect of an indefinite wholo menagerio and opens his great whale tho reporters. There is blood ease afford a legal causo for divorco. Emlcrant. to Texas haro thelreholceofTime route: ihUimpleinentcanbehadfWhiehieillptUinaltlindiotinallgraininthe be utilized ti manner much very bent Tla Memtihlsor via New Orleans. m Ho assured her ugain frontdoor again tor moro. separation. rate, lower than by any other lea time and frith lea labor than the bent grain drill made. quicker aud Sunny on tho blade of tho kuife, but tho ed- In poiut of. fact Kentucky allows di route, it li also tn. and again that tib picturo he had in South. itor will calmly lick it off, and then vorco for moro "causes" than nny oth OTJI0KE8T, CHEAPEST AND BE8T his locket was JiU cousin's ami that Mrs. Stow, a San Francisco dress tho blado will bo as clean and bright er titato in tho Union or country in Ilouta to all points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, his wiiolo heart was given to her Imllsna. Iowa. Nebraska. Colorado. Arkausaa. reformer, has informed tho polico that as over. Tho knifo cost 70 cents, and tho world. A man and wifo can ob Only one change to Chicago, Ut. Louis and I'.ast. whoso hand was nestling hi his own. 611 Jan. 1, sho will begin to wear trows from Loudon, Connect- tain divorce from each other ou sixFor further formation about ticket, to lb. was imported Mouth, Kansas, Colorado, aud euiUrant rate, to .iHcrnUedi Jus eyes tolrftrd tho starlit crs.ln public, and sho domands pro- icut. Florida, addroa C. 1. ATMOUE, If you aro good, perhaps tho teen different "causes" in Kentucky. Ky. Uen. l'ass. and Ticket Alt., heavens, whilo tho bjuo smoko from tection in caso street crowds insult her. editor will givo it to you to cut ofl tho Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., Mtanford. Ky. "Men who aro honored iu judicial abovo his his puper cig4rejtourled Hut tho Chcif of Polico scorns to think cat's tail. A positions should eschew politics. head, and vowed that ho would not ROUTE EAST, it will bo his duty to arrest her, on the The Korae, N. Y. Sentinel, says: year ago Judge Folgcr had tho res- THE NEW -- VIAforgfrt her. . It was ut this supremo ground that her conduct would be dis- "Geo. II. Bell, stockbreeder of this pect of tho country. Sinco ho has moment when the whistlo had eouud-e- d orderly. As to tho form of tho pro- city, lost his monster Poland-Chi- na Ittcomo raw material for the administho'bontVas heading towards and posed garment, Mrs. Stow says: "My 1'osltlou of Teeth aud lerer will, at work. was tration machino there are a good matho wharf, that' Dau turned to "Iho trowsers are mmlo with a plait, and hog this forenoon. The owner Then by dttaehing the feeder you Aut the lat Harrow in the irorld, brie that Kill do tnvr teak driving tho animal from his farm to ny whoso good opiuion oi him is in a fair creature by his sido and murmur- descend just to the line of beauty in BY. in once going over the ground tluin an ttdinary hat row Kill in a dozen, betidei doing the vviL CHESAPEAKE AND tho fair grounds for the purpose of ex- stato of suspension." Bostou Post. fatter and Kith more nue. ed in accents of beseeching pathos: tho calf of tho lee. just whero tho hibiting him, when tho hog fell down kiss mo cro wo part." "Darling Boveuteen years old, twice married, TIIK ONLY LINE KUNMSO dresses of youug girls come; and if immediIt was ut this point that tho littlo young girls wear their dresses there, in the road aud died almost ouco n widow, and now deserted by from tho intense beauty uttered tho words quoted why should not old girls adopt tho ately, as is supposed, her second husband, is the history of a bent and fatigue. The nninial weighabovo. She is advised by a ed over 1,100 pounds, uud was tho girl who recently attempted to comRising to her feet and pointing to samo fashion? WITH mit suicido at Kansas City. Don't the clgarotto which Dun held between lawyer tlmt California has no law by most valuable boar in this section of tihe Pullman suicido. see why she wanted to Sleeping Coaches! which sho can bo prevontcd from dress- thoStato' Ids finuers. sho repeated: was having a pretty good time. "No sir; I will not, I will not kiss a ing iu that fashion. Deadwood is particular to couduct man who smokes, paper cigarettes." In a spaco five blocks ono way, by Prom LOUISVILLE A patent has just been secured ou lynchings with good tasto. They have but Duu's heart sank within him, ho quickly realized that tempos was an luveuiiou wiiicu win uu ui groat singing by a church choir and the four another, iu Chicago, thero aro To WASHINGTON, -- " r r -. " ras ail !" .mi a. rapidly tugitlug and tlmt whatever valuo to thoso who are oblidged to go hero of tho occasion is allowed to con flvo hundred liquor saloons, two huni. -'jwSa-!iy2- Sr '5 wus douo must bo douo quickly. ouo hundred T1IKOUUIIT1IK through life on crutches. It cousists of suit his preference iu regard to tho dred houses of Iu use. 1m1IIou of Tee lit and Loser while not Another moment and a lighted crutches Bet ou rockers which aro faced denomination of tlio clergyman who aud fllty concert saloons, gamblitig Grandest Scenery in America! After jJanting your crop, by removing three hith you eun thoroughly pulierixt the toil, culttwt descended and whs lost in the and destroy the veedd in tiro row (fcornat ativu, a thing that no (Aher cultivator vrill do. rubber band. The user makes tho prayer. Special dotails of houses aud pool-rooturbid waves below, and in tremulous with a heavy Connecting direct Iu I'enn, l)eot for Atfirtl itated, here it an iinplemcat that am be tued tn every crop cultivated and one that U tt thus moves forward eight feet at a step, olico are on hand to preserve order, Fatinen, covie and tee it, get a telUd in none by any other impUMent;durable and ample. tones Dau pleaded: Littlo Lottie to her fricud: "I antl try it. If it doe not do what ve claim for t,vedonot nun! your money. Just ouco, and I'll swear by tho with u smooth evcu inotiou, which aud tho mayor usually makes an ad- have so many cares. Yesterday a lit- Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. Stellas in tho heavens abovo us I will docs away with the jar experienced in GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. dress. If possible, tho stoleu mulo Is tle baby sjster arrived and papa is ou The Only Direct Line to nover smoko another cigarotto." R. 11. WEAREN, Agt., Richmond, Ky. IV, WITHERS, Aut., Lancaster, Ky. Dead-wootho use of tho ordinary crutch, brought out aud exhibited, a journey. It was but a pieco of luck Virginia and the CarelliiHH. Tho boat touched tho wharf and as ifllEENA WILLIAMS, Aali, llwUvnville, Ky. is uo uncivilized town. tho girl stepped off Dan whispered: that mama was at home to tako caro Ticket, are on sal. at principal Ticket OWcte, Hon. T. B. Montgomery'! Testimonial, I hai cultivated my crop of corn thit .etuon ttsVA the A llible bos been issued in tho lias-uluithout heeitatiun that it it the btW "I will always keep my promlso," and at the tieneral Office of I he O. A O. lull way, Albion Qtmbincd Cultivator, Harrow and Seeder uni cun my Sharp-point- ed language by the British aud Forshoes lor men aro of it." harrow or cultivator I have ever teen. Gin jiow ten aeret of corn a day with alt eate. It dote Ut at il.ls Hrsl nnku htreel, Luul.vlllr. and never siuco has he been known to 820,-00says: "Beer That II, Montgomery. Diblo Society at a cost of Dr. Hubbard Mitchell going out of Fashion. It will bo so For further luforuatlou, addrosa J. C. EUNBT, uvrk perfectly, and I tun cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friend. smoke a cigarette Klio must have eign i in 0 yji" This Is the ninth completed lli- after a whilo that wo can't tell an contains eight per cent, of alcohol aud (leucral Uouthwtsleru A gout, lulsillle. complied with his icqucft. fSoulli ' 31 (on uraiii with ihu &tcder po extra hand in wptirtd to tlean it fiomfUk at tkit U all done V, W. NMITII, ninety-twble iu tho native languages of Africa. Lex. Trausoript. per cent of dirty water. idiot by his foot. (leu'l IWr AgH. by the diivcr vithoul tlofiping or gitting off hit teat. Kcniuckinn. llsu'l M.u.ger, ' tkotjoar 18S0,w tho members of tho Wtillord tt. Carr. Tho Glasgow Timet is doing vigorous work in tho Eleventh district. It refloat tent, prints conclusivo evidenco that D. It. bribe spirit Unit Carr, tho Republican nominco for (SVnt Ontef in, il Congress, was, during tho war and ltd I om g has been over since, a narrow, Will Hun '$& other's rofllnJltr, ADjlJfl partisan. As n mem 1: IsssaaaV llpf slntMimllenre keep-o- n. Wh ber of tho Legislature ho voted ngalnst mill f every mcasuro looking toward forgiv f)unfti,.1Hut on lug or lorgctting mo nets ot tlio war n dmp slur, Ily n on irare or tho action of thoso who choeo tho Anil homewsril Tin anguish of n tiMrM grief lo know?- gray. To him tho laying down of fc. fining, wnifm iit arms, tho flutter of tho whito flag, rV Oneof ut, .lyllng, II mint be, tho bonisons of pcaco tho hcart-ofic- r I yon will llp from mff It nnjr ()rrhapi my III. may first I done ings of honorablo men defeated in an I'm Kin! w.ilo not know honorable causo, nnd a consummation Wlllrll one. that changed this wholo laud front The Title of Esquire. whitened scpulchcr to a happy home Tho legiilntivo prohibition by tho denoted nothing.,, Hide-hou- nd nnd UuitcdS)gtnlcs 0 titles of, nobility heart-bouhfrwoirftln't forgive could not eradicate ino trail oMiumnn what a nation forgot. How is it with naluro which makes such, titles, or his competitor, Gon. Frank Wolford, any verbal badgo of distinction, a deartho noblest Itomun of them all ? He ly cravctl prizo to tho mass of people; tho fight was thickest, Imvo fought whero but in our eagerness for theso we always at tho front nnd always do- douo moro to abolish them than any fending his principles. Iiut how dif laws, by making them rcdiculous. A ferent were his actions from Captain title given to everybody is a for it distin- Carr's when tho war's alarms were but nnd absurdity, nnd tho battlo was over. Ho guishes no 0110 and implies nothing; n memory ch as graceful accepted tho and, in our democratic society, no ono ly as lip bad won and worn tho bays, is willing to givo others tho monopoly of such distinctions. In consequence, Ho was over for prompt reconcilia several titles which wero tolerably de- tion. Not for this alono should ho finite in meaning onco havo becorua represent tho Eleventh district in tho DemHis clenr-c- ut tags that do not add a hair to tho next Congress. tho nanio itself. .Among ocracy, his record abovo all reproach, meaning of his services in every peril, aro a few Uicso is "Ktq." ouco a f ovctcd bndgo of his virtues, and the good pcoplo of of professional distinction, and in earwill make him ly Now England times confined rigid- tho district should and use indeed, even a victor iu peacb as ho was in war. ly to its narrow ftim BB is snid that tho ipcnics of tho tariff commission will avgrcgato 8100,- 000. If this bo trucjfit is high timo' somo check was placerl upon the commission business, jfio practice of It PROPHYLACTIC A HonwlioM Artlcln for Unlrrrnal FLUID. Family M'ROBERTS&STAGG n, bloody-shirt-shakin- appointing commhuftiers with authority to rovo all o"vw the country, and livo liko fightingcocks nt all tho best hotels in tho larjwt cities, is to Ira too common. In truth, it is a nuisanco and a fralid. It does not matter what may M developed by such a junketing pary, tho result will got-ting l'". - I 1 I TVlf3ll1A4! I Typhnlil 1'emri, Dlptithnrlft, VAT.A'DTA IVir Rmtrlrt nml loz, Ma1ci, nml All ConUictoiiji DLcntcg. Penont waktnff on Ulrcrntnl I HoreTliroat.fi mail Op or a House Block, WEAIYI2JIH I1V Stanford, Ky., H'lllCH, Drug, I'll CIlCllllCHIH, WhII I'Hpcr. NOHJIH. Scarltt Fcrer nu the Sick thotild uso It tKTtr been known to ipreAil where the Fliml wat used Yellow I ercr lia been cured with it nn-- r OllH, I II lH, JSooliH, NIHIIOIIsjO'i I.lquorM, G'luHrN, MiimIohI IiiHlrtuiienlM I'OClK-- t black Tiimll Imil takpit placn. The wool case, of Diphtheru yield to it RMAI.r-l'O- X j'ctht-.- I an I Welt lVr- refretheil end ' anil ftone IlrtlHnrreproTf-nt- . MTTINU of Small "h PKKVKNTKO I)1 Ibr Md1 I ra'pur o A i ""made ' grA ""' mb1r f mr timC UJ"" harnlcu and purified, '"? tor Noro Throat It b fnm1j'1 P?- . "! .Pien' lure cure I.lllllpH, Perfumery, TnliHCcoi. Fire Armn, :ii tilery, MhcIiIho iVCCslICH. -j " nd, olive-bran- wliatover tho dominant power chooses to mnko it. Tho facts will havo nothing whatovcr to do witli tho verdict if they conflict with tho inter ests of thoso who havo tlio voice. A commission of nnykind turned looso in a big country like this to determine any question can dovelop any tcstimo ny tiioy liko to settle tho matter their way. Wo havo had experience enough with commissions to justify tho trying of somo 'other plan to reach informn Hon necessary to proper legislation. Yeoman. A Wicked "War Widow." A littlo girl eleven years of ago at school, was directed by her teacher to wrilo a composition on "Strong Love Rewarded." And tho following is tho m Our Jewelry, Silverware and optical (Jomls Department J n Charge nf Col. Tito. Itlclinnls, who will Ilcpnlr V ntches and Clocks Promptly and In tho be t "J'' "' H. G. RUPLEY, Fall Winter Faux-ikso- n, Stanford, Kentucky, m PENNY & McALISTER, Iin ll I I VaAihtar Xliii-I- il GROCERS, tur-tlo- con-sla- St. Asaph Block, Stanford. Excelsior Art Rooms st . PENNY & FKAR.MAOISTS, McALISTER o Ed HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. ........ i ............. ...... ..:...... ......... .. .. .... irIng-Too- th -- WASHINGTON! 01 SOLID TRAINS, ill-fa- cig-nret- 5sSl ' -- ga-- ha v-r nun-pi- d o 0. o i Dr. O. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Graham, celelirsted lita ODlli l)!tlhil7 Taenia, a . two-cen- t """ Tli official majority for tlio school Ux In this Stata in 10,788. October 13, 1882 Frida Morning, The amount of the new gold certificate Issued to date la $lfl5i20,000. They lake like hot cakes, EDITOR w.p. WALTON, ' Craddock la doctoring a bruised head and a sprained ankle caused by jumping, THE OHIO ELECTION. off a train. Some people never do If am fTlieTiJal Ware of Dtmocracf Strikes that anr sense. Iter. J. Ii. Denton, State Snrerinten-de', Republican State, l of Public Instruction of Arkansas, And Carries Ererything Before it. m suicided yesterday by jumping from tlio Tho nowa from Ohio is bo "goot as balcony of Jtidge Grlgg'a residence at no'vcr vas." A jonr ago Foster, tho Seven negro prisoners pried a bar of! republican enndidnto was elected over Kookwnltcr.dcm., by 24.309 majority. the Jefstmtne county Jail, at Nicholas-vlllTuesday night, and escaped. Ed. vTucsdny the democratic ticket headed (lull, murderer, waa the only ono who failSecretary of Stnto, ed to get out, by Nan man for was elected by fully 25,000 majority, In the West Virginia elections, Tueswliilo fifteen democratic Congressmen day, Gtn. Nathan Ooff, of the mado tlieir calling sure, a gatu of ten. Nary, waa elected to Congress on the He is publican ticket. The other three Districts Frank llurd, tlio gallant went Democratic. his republican and greenelected over cent, The total amount of Three-pe- r back opponents by 500 majority. Ben bonds tailed to date ia $259,1)70,000. The Buttcrworth, who disgraced himself total aaving in annual interest by into of and party by bis vulgar and la $1,298,852. speech In reply to Hunset Cox, will The New York Tribune says n carehave ho further opportunity in Conful estimate of the prnbable vote in Penn gress 'after tho present session to sylvania, baaed upon a partial canvass of himself, Follctt and Jordan hav- the Slate, makes the election of General ing licen elected over him and Amor Heaver, (regular lleptiblican candidate) alSmith in tho Cincinnati district by most an impossibility. It is listed at the Pension Office, In big majorities. Tho only bitter to all this sweet, is that J. Warren Keifer Washington, that four hundred thousand thoucases pending, one isroelccted in the Eighth district, but sand are now will probably hundred in come in a moio is ono thing as suro as fate, he year, and a pension caro filed there at the will never again disgrace tho Speak- present rate of progress, would be adjudi- - 1 ' nt fij e, freo-trad- d Three-per-cent- s ox-hil- it is written that John G. Carlisle, of Kentucky, will manipulate tho gavel next session. Tho Cincinnati Commercial lays tho republican defeat to Gov. Foster, who was himself for tho Senate, , advertising and to Deacon Smith and his temperance cause, but it is mistaken. Tho tidal wave of democracy has again Btruck tho country and is destined to sweep the corrupt and thieving party ,out of power forever. Amen. er's chair, for cated in 18SG. x now Peuhacola, Oct. 11. Fifty-sicaes and seven deaths from yellow fever were reported Many of the now It seems now as if we had always known has TUB BEST CROP him and scarcely believe that our acquainOf corn in Lincoln county. It averages 17 tance and friendship is only the brief growth of less than a year and a half. We barrels to tho acre on 80 acres and was of miss him more than I can express. Sister the tribe of the Long White Dawson Willie Llllard, which name I more often The new buildings belonging t'i the D. A D. Institute have been completed and the call Lily Nillard and think the title more 1.T0 pupils appropriate, in company with her friend school opened with about & Anderson, the Danville Mrs. Gordon, of Winchester, bade us adieu Messrs. Funk at that place. "Praise the LORD," came millers, received the premium at the Cinsteadily, though huskily from each, aa cinnati EzKsition on FAMILY they went their way anc1 we ours. Dear Jesus hasten thy appearing, and the era ef This time Mr. Mac Fisher, of this county, has taken two premiums on his sheep at joy and gladness, where partings are un the St. Louis Fair. Joe. A. Cohen, forknown. merly of Danville, now of Lincoln county, At Catlettsburg we had another joyful has bought a farm near Lawrencaburg and Monday another set of jurors pro- surprise awaiting us. At 1 o'clock In the 100,000 Walker guilty and fixed his morning we found a group of faithful will move there in November rnuunced Qulseu-berr- y puriifiment at death, making 108 friends standing on the platform, Misses pounds of hemp was sold by J. A. to Cincinnati parties, at $5 per cwt. Lyd and Minnie Moore and Neelie An jurors that havo so pronounced on rHSONAI drews ("Crickett"); Al Savage and Labe tho case. If tho case is reversed Everett, with welcomes and handshakings Mrs. Rutherford and Miss Craft, daughter again, Judge Lynch ought to take a and kisses and tokens of love and friend and grandaughter of Mrs. J. C. Young, are hand In the matter, and after dwjws ship unchanged and unchanging; made us visiting Danville. Mrs. J. W. Gregory, of Is in Danville. Dr. Louis ing of Walker, give that Court a sol forget for the time all elie but the present Richmond, lately of Danvllle,is now associated delight of reunion. In half an hour we emn and business warning. with Dr. S. P. Yandell, of Louisville, as were forgetting our fatigue and tasting Richmond Herald expresses Tun "tired nature's sweet restorer" under Col. editor of the Louisville Medical Scvt. Dr. Fayette Dunlap, who has been for the last apprehensions of tho safety of its Laban T. Moore's hospitable roof. five months stationed at Memphis as Insenior editor, who took his red head This morning we are "all right." At spector of Stations, has returned to DanBeechmore, the delightful residence of Col. vcr to Lexingtou a week or more ville to resume his practice. J. It. Cirri-ga- n Moore, we find a home where we all feel agol Wo hope nothing has happened represents Utopia Lodge in the Grand "PRAISE THE LORD." at home. No truer, kinder friends bave to tho boy, but we will say this: It Lodge Knights of Pythias, at Owensboro. Catlettsbuiui, Oct. 10th, 1882. we on Earth than the members of this exe was crowded on Wedtho junior editor who is nono other Dear Interior i The At this outermost N. K. limit of the ceptionally lovely family, Marie was tlieir nesday to hear Thompson and Ewell speak; than the charming Miss Mattie Bron-stoguest during tbo Catlettsburg meeting, dear old State where I waa bom, and that though often enthusiastic, the crowd waa here, can always I leave with all the tenderness of regret where their love for her drew us all togeth- orderly and attentive. A few ladles were succeed in getting out as noway and that true'love alone knows, I remit a part- er until the undying friendship of y present. Mr. Thompson spoke chiefly of as entertaining paper as the last, Joe ing letter. I had not dreamed of anything based upon the love of a common Savior, his labors at Washington and told of the grew out of the intimacy. Beechmore is a con obtain a leavo of absence till but a greater separation, from the moment of reduction of taxation lovely place on the hill side, back of Cat- unjust system adopted by the republican Congress. In Christmas by applying to this office. of departure from Cincinnati, but at the lettsburg, with the E L. & It. S. y and eleventh hour, learning the charming adconnection with his democratic brethren, railway tracks just in front of the Refeiu.vq to our., remarks that vantages of a run over the Chesapeake and he tried to have the tax removed from flansloping lawn. Apple trees of prodigious Jones was a chronio office seeker, the Ohio Railway, we decided to make the nels, hats, salt Ac.; things that we all use size and venerable age, with a noble beech and pay for, but failed. Yet great good Covington Cbmmomccatlh says: "If trip wo are now enjoying. A word about the Cincinnati meeting that give a name to the place, shade the must flow to the people because a republiwe are not mistaken Owsley has been lawn and backyard. A broad flagstone We had a "good time" there in almost eva pretty steady seeker of office but he ery respect. The best work was among walk skirted with flowers and ornamental can Congress has removed this tax from jatcnl viedieina, playing card and perfum may be a very good mau for all that." christians. The dear LORD Ikhtcd a foliage plants U the approach from the side ery. One cent in a street. The river is visible at the end of Judge Owsley has never before sought torch that will never be put out, mil the SIXTEEN MILLION DOLLAIl HILL but two offices, that of Common aimple gospel will be the joy of many a the street, fronting the mansion, with a Don't seem to cut much of a figure. In pretty view of the Ohio hills across the his knowledge of these matters. Mr- wealth's Attorney and Circuit Court heart, that little knew, before that meeting stream. Big Sandy looked like an "old Judge, and his constituents wouldn't what true peace was. The numerical re- familiar friend," aa I saw it looming thro' Thompson clearly has the advantage of sults seem meagre, summing up only 1C9 bla opponent and it ia his own fault if he let him leave tho latter for any thing for eoul and 229 anointed for bodily heal- this morning's fog, A "push boat" was don't keep it. One of the chief attractions les3 than the governorship. ing; but these figures tell but feebly the just starting up, with an amazing miscel in Mr. Ewell was that no one had seen him down to take a laneous cargo, e or knew him. He is about 45 years of age, Pkesident William A. real results. We came away not only look at the dear as I went old stream. It waa very well Wheeler is the' third and last to de- work satisfied with, but rejoicing in the easy to live over again the stirring events low in statue, lias a good voice, somewhat of the LOUD aud praising Him for inconvenienced by a decided preacher cline the republican nominee for sending iia there. The closing services of otir Big Sandy campaign. twang and has a habit of drawing out main New York. This were in the Grand Opera House, with a We have services in the Opera House to- ny of hia best (?) sayings by pounding on at 9 we are again en the table. He laid the foundation for arseems to bo a virtual admission by full audience and 43 confessions for the night. the LORD will, takingjn the glo- raigning tho ,ooys that Slocura is too much for day's harvest. I'ltAISK TIIK LOUD. 1 route, if the two sections against each other rious scenery of W. Virginia by daylight. Latek. Howard Carroll, have written before how we came to Cin- Wednesday night we are to halt at the fa- and he will make that tell in the inoun-talnthem.' cinnati at the invitation of our dear Nath Mr. Thompson Is the thoroughbred tho fourth man nominated, has accept- Woodcock and that precious servant of the mous White Sulphur Springs, resuming horse from the hills he a wa. fight is now ovor. ed and the LOUD, Miss Willie J. Llllard. When we our Journey the next day to get the re- vine horse from the sage toped bumps of maining beauties of scenery by sunlight, The Ilev. Ilichard Chapman, a were about to leave yesterday morning, on resting at Old Point Comfort Thursday Laurel county, Mr. Ewell will not amount Baptist divino of Texas, did not obey 20 minutes notice, both concluded to ac night. Friday, 2 M. wj tako steamer for to much as formidable opposition; but l. of the way, Nath getthose who expect lo see a rough Illiterate tho scriptural injunction to turn the company us a part New York, reaching that city in 21 hours ting off at Lexington and Miss L. at other when siuited on ono cheek, but Winchester. This, a little, dulled the if all goes well, (as it surely will), and mountaineer will be mistaken. He Is a good talker and the coming campaign returned John Turner's blows with a edge of parting all around. We shall Saturday evening we go on to Norwich, by fires he will be found no "damp fuel" and rail or steamer, I don't know which. A knife, Blabbing him three times and ne-forget these dear friends and pray D." During the delightful trip, and one which will grow "I never use a speaking killing him instantly. Then ho lit the dear LOUD to bleu them for their Increasingly popular as it becomes known. A LITTLE llini) labor. Nath, aa Ilusineas out aud has not sinco been hoard of, Manager and financial agent, waa In his el- Will try to keep your readers posted aa to Flew into the house, a sure sign, you know, a primary election will our movements, hver in Jesus. that some one who is intently watched settle the hash either of Blackburn or ement and "came out strong." Ho had Gko. O. lUnNW will soon go with the tide, politically, let the joy of hearing tho con reunions of both Owens, moro than probably of the A prosectlve bride boasts of his uncles, William and Green Woodcock, Some Scattering Nott from Our Business us hope latter. Oweus has made a brilliant sixteen dresses; silks, satins and velvets. Manager. fight but he wout go to Congress this which did ua all more good than lougue can toll or pen write down. The "Gibson" KoviKKsrr, Oct. 12, '62. Newa items One a brown otloui an iep, supports floun time, 'smother time jossibIy. entertained us very handsomely, and the seem to have been scarce along my line of res at The Boston JleruUl says tint Proc TIIIKTY-t'lVDOLLAIIS YAIID, tor Knott wants to be governor of proprietors did every thing that kind cour- travel, but I have managed to pick up a There la a becoming reticence, however, aa tesy could suggest. It Is an elegantly kept lew, which I give below. Teunessee. All right, wo ore for him to the number of yards, I suppose there Hotel strictly A 1, In every respect. The Baptists are holding a protracted for that position aud for Mike Owsare lots of other "pairs of clothes" with I must not omit mention of a generous meeting at Grove Cily, Casey county, There ley for a similar one in Kentucky, offer by the manager of the Grand Opera, had been sixteen conversions up to Sun- edging, tucking, ruffles and all aorta of vain v The result iu Ohio setUeVtho next Mr. Miles, of of his superb Hall day, when an excursion train carrying the aud ejupty garments. IIouso. It will bo democrats beyond for ono month, beginning June 1, 1883, new converts and others waa run over ZimLexinoton CouttT. From 800 to a peradventure. Tho gain of ten in a free of all eziiense. This, In these days of merman's Narrow-gaug- e road to Kings cattle offered, the best selling at 6 cts., doubtful Stato Is good enough work selfishness, coming from a "man of the Mountain, where the ordinance of baptism with a good many left over. There were for one day. world," deserves a grateful notice. And was administered to those Intending to lead some OO green mules on the market and The Frankfort Yeoman says now coming from a resident of a great city, all a new life. The meeting Is still going on. some broken ones, the latter selling at $100 Ewell seo 1'iiil Thompson havo a prao-- f of whose church doors was hermetically There have been several confeiulons since to $1 10, A great many common horses trial walk nvnr. Healed against us, will not soon be forgot Sunday. were nn tale, brlngtug from $40 to $120, I ( court-houswell-know- n Chat-taroEx-Vica. blue-grass er big-bithe-us- there ever was a case in which mob law should be resorted to, that ono exists in Dallas, Texas. Ten yoara ago Andrew Walker brutally murdered a man tor which he was ar- Vested.'lried and sentenced to be hung. Backed by money and influeutial friends, it' was not n difficult matter to got tho decisiou reversed by tho Court of Appeals and remanded for now trial. Since then there has been ' eight trials of tho'caso with tho same verdict'each time and tbo samo action on tho part of the Court of Appeals. Ji If caws are of a moro malisnant sort than heretofore. Whole number of cases to dale, 1,400; deaths, 122. The weather ia warm and nettled, giving hopes of an ear ly frost. The republicans of tho Fourth district held a convention at Lebanon Wednesday, and, alter considerable discussion, adopted a resolution declaring it Inexpedient to nominate a candidate for Congress, but pledging their support to any suitable man o( good character and liberal views who may present himself as a candidate. Tuesday afternoon a crazy man, armed with a sharp pair of carpenter's compiles, lushed through Fourteenth street, New York, stabbing right and left. The sidewalks were crowded. Six tenons, all women, were Injured, three of them seriously, and one, the wife of the policeman who arrested the madman, is supposed to have received fatal wounds. About fifty old soldiers of Morgan' command met at Lexington, and effected a permanent organization. The meeting proceeded to the organization of committees to f ecu re the names of all living members of the command. The next meeting will lie held at Lexington, November 13th. The meeting then adjourned, carrying a floral tribute to the cemetery, and placing It on the grave of Gen. Morgan. We hear it whispered, also, that Wm. M. Iieckner, a member, and Charles K Kincaid, Secretary of the Committee, will receive an urgent petition from the mouth of the Licking and vicinity, to resign their positions upon the committee so that they may electioneer for their candidate fur Governor without doing injustice to other candidates, or violence to their own feeN inga of propriety. Lexington Transcript. ten, though circumstances may probably prevent our acceptance of the kindness in any but this epistolary way. The competing lines Kastward, rendered negotiations touching extra baggage, "stop-offArt , easy and pleasant. The effect of competition Ii magical, In ths avenge bti slness man. How soothing Its operation on the very tones of tho voice, and how haughty abruptness gives place to the most winning and persuasive form of speech, I hope the worthy gentleman who pointed out the advantages of the C. A O. route to New York will never lose his admirable courtesy, oven when he may have every thing his own way as to competition. We left Covington at 2 r. M. on the Kentucky Central, Paris had been advised by telegram, late in the afternoon, but Paris can always do a lovely thing on very short notice. The evening waa threatening, with a drizzling rain, the new depot waa at the Maysvllle Junction J a mile out of town, and darkness had gathered before the train arrived. Hut there Paris was, as if friendship and love had turned out en masse to greet "the troupe," and aa the air brakes checked our speed, we looked upon such a crowd of upturned faces and outstretched hands, that wo were simply overwhelmed, It was the gratefulest oration that even exacting love could ask. We bear it away, to think of a thousand times when in stranger lands, we long for a memory of the past to refresh ua. Eyen little children had insisted on being brought down to say good-byto us. I can see the little hands, eagerly outstretched, m I write these words, and the gathering tears call a brief halt In putting it all down. O, of all whom I shall meet on the other ahore,there will be none dearer than the "little children" the LORD has given me to gather for Him, and I shall see not one or two, but many tiny hands held out to greet me as I join them "over there." But the bell rings, the train moves slowly off, and the loving faces vanish in the darkness to reappear in the light that shall never grow dark, nor ever dim, when Jesus comes. Other dear friends would have met us along our route, but they knew not of our coming. We peered into the night at every well recollected station, ubt saw only strangers. At Lexington we said "good bye" to Nath. I never want to say as hard an one again, "Tskehlmalllnali, s" e Circuit Court Is still in program. No esse of much importance has been tried since your last report, except that ol Anderson vs O. 8, R.H. Co. for $1,000 for damages tohls mill property. The Jury found for the defendant. The case of Mary Kid, charged wlih the killing of Wm. Burton, was commenced yesterday and Is likely to consume tuostiof the week. Not a Stanford lawyer is attending court here. Mr. G. W. itillon Is building n neat little cottage at Kings Mountain. '&itilro Hiftber.of I'nlaski Station, who has been slck'for about three months with typhoid fever.'ls not expected to recover. The dwelling and It entire contents to MrAlasiwr Unrgln, who lives In the Hubble frlghWhood, several miles from I'lilasktlfMa., burned several days ago. The congregation of Southern Presbyterians, composed for the moat part of Ohlo-an- s and Indlarjians who have moved into the neighborhood of Pulaski Sta., is building a large and neat framo church, which will, wh'tn finished, compare very favorably with Stanford church architecture, Pulaski Sta. is soon to have a new freight and passenger depot, a want long felt at that business little place. Jones Bros., the merchants there, will build it. They expect to commence work within a month or so. I noticed that very little wheat has been sown, although there have been good rains this side of the "settlement." Corn Is not moro than sn average crop. Cows are raid to be dying from eating too much mast, which is exceedingly plentiful hereabouts. Cholera has killed nearly all the hogs, so the farmers will not get much benefit from that crop. Enough money has been raised to finish the Baptist Church here, which hss been under construction for so long a time, and the work will be pushed to an early completion. The building will be a spacious and handsome one. The clever Dutchman, G. H. Ensel,of this place, Is "still alive yet," and has on hand the largest stock in the city. He still favors the country people by paying better prices for produce than any one else. He Is now paying $1 30 per bushel for dried opples; 10 cents for washed wool; 40 cenls for feathers, Ac. wide-awak- e JErAXX Alii OUNC'MENT 1J 10 w 9 xse&.: 1 GHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. S IIuio JiinI rccclTed h ory largo Hlock of FALLANDWINTERDRY GOODS, OTIOILSrS, S30 CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, . BOTLE COUNT?. Hats, Trunks, Valises, &e., &c. """5S Wmmmm We ne'er shall look upon his like- - again." Dantillc. Will Givenasays he just reckons he 130 SKI SSES This is onp 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 PAIWI FOK8ALB. ONE HUNDRED ACRES (In .1 hUii(url Pike, 3) uillrt from Ijdooiwm &TAroiD LANCASTER,- JIOIJNK! Btht Haflnf MOTMtoNlcbcJsUfllfe, I will tell ffl fairly my i'anu, ronUlnloc afoul lh DsdtIII - KENTUCKY sUut Ids iim.I tUtsuf Thcilrtt In KnuarxiTit staiutaOMrn, Dial to joiin imxiixs, ritoi'iturron. to In imall grtlu. Th , houe Ii In gmt rrpslr iut uxl home, clitem contains 7 looma, at ttis door; Ire Iumjmi, duer-l'l- t, A rillST - GLASS . HOTEL new barn, rurorlli, forn.ltoiia, ami as Su fruit ul tterjr dcrl'llon aa In eeery jartlcuUr, The palroatg ol ths public anjr ods wanlt: awlf, lars, ar hi. lutu, clier IMf rlr. crai, datmutis, alutuat any thing you luav olid led, and Mllifxtion guanntrM. rail (or. l'ltnlr of ilork watsr. In iltht uf Mliuul" Dantlll. t. alaor-anlrjr- smoke-noiia- houar, ono inlio from Uar&ittillh shop, two tnlleo fruw waicr will. llstrrluf Ijr liralihy ilaro lor tha doctori. Inlivrara tictrr laid II doctor, kltla. I relrr you lo Mna. 1. M I.IIUrJ, II. U Llniicjr, W II (irntry, alau fcaiu Jolmaon, bl llrtavutlis place, anJ rbuniaa Mrlrall, Hlintord. Addreu JOHN HKri'Al.r, 7 WcholMTlIle. Ky. WM. DAUGHERTY Sucfwtor to Dangherly A llolmra, STAM'OKI), - KENTUCKY, ST.ASAPHHOTEL SlHlii St., Uaxcncruaara or Nliiiiior.l, Ky. Fine Carriages, Buggies, JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'B. CP3 OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge so AND PHAETONS. WAGONS I Lara recently taken charge of this home ana inienu 10 navo urai-cia- u accommodations'. 0F "ALL KINDS. ao EAHT I WKHT ! ritt Hit IS'OUTII! VIA LOUISVILLE ISO TIIK We uianuficturs Carriages of all dcwrlptlont, employing only Brit-chworkmen and utlng only flril-clt- ii Material, and aell at reuouable Aguree style, wwrkinanihlu and material ronald-c- J. ll) WM. UAUMIIKKTY. 01 3 I'm & MISSISSIPPI DAILY TllAINS TIIK EABT AND XOUTil. I 3 4 LR.fi. TUKMOaTDEdlllABLEKOUTK r raa T- O- Louisvillo to Cincinnati! Parlor Cars and New Daj Cruclits Without And ilecldrtlly the Cupultr Iloute, sourdlng, aa It docs, Icie changes aud auperlor ucouiuiodalToot to CINCINNATI! Minouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, mange. A DAILY TKAINS AMU TUB liOiii.svlUo to Hi. TjouIn WW, Mwiduc Cats and Day Usulios loHt. Louts With- -, out CnaUK. The Nor Hi, Northwest and West. In foci. If you contemplate a trip In any direction, your tuterrat will liebrttarrftdby purrhulng your tickets la K. C. aud Clnclunall, 2Tralue each way 2; 1'ull unu 1'alaceiaie; Urgent New Day Coaches, aud luudaoiutly furultbed ltecllnlog Chair Cara lorut the uucualed equipments of Ibis pld Itellable, thereby waking a trip over thlt line one ol luiu-rlou- a comfort aud pleasure. Try It. 2 DAILY TRAINS LouUilllo to Indianapolis,' C'lilcatro, SJ TIliE TAHLU, rjouin. Lie. Corlngton. .. IN KWECT MAY II, llli. TfoX1 No. 00 V "Uo.il. AND TIIK NOHTIt Day Coaches and UocllniDK Chair Cars Through Without Chaugt. I'ur Waaliliieton, tlitlllniiirr, I'hlliutrl. lililii, fttiMr York null Monloii, This It ths Viry llcat route, as You llsre No Changs ofTralu. lias Through lis Cosrhtsoa " faiuiuuw.. .. " Cyulhlana . " I'arla.. . Arr. Lre. Islington Arr. Wlncuriler . ' ut Hurling Aabland Uuutluglou... 10 11 12 41 a iu 60 a ui 23 a m IS I SO p in t 24 p u S II) 6 in T 20 p ir a us p ui am X i 7 00 p ui u IIDlill a S p iu 6 SO put 4 VO p 111 7 40 pui 27 ii ui 44 ll si IU 20 p iu M p UI am I a ui Nvaiu, Lte. Huntington.. " AllilllU Ml. sterling 6 T No. a. No. I. So. t. ill Train! Otkrr Lists, thereby muring moro making change of can aud getting first choice ol teats In cars of rouuecllug Hoot. Hare No Midnight Changes I Arrlfs al bl, Ixuli t Hoars la idiascs " Wlnehnlrr of Arr. Islington- Islington.. tlms lir Le. a aria. 7 to IO p 00 p ui 23 Oyulnlana. . S SO p ui 00 riwvuiu .. . .. 4 40 p Ul 10 03 Arr. Cot log too.. ( IS p UI 11 43 .. . 1 ,, 11 IIUiui 20 p UI UI a ui 03a ui SO llliu II 1 Iltltl 40 a ui a in a iu Ul rupui 2 1NIU a a in a ki au OJOam 1 20 a ui oxa a' To Iudlantolls and Cblcsge, and the only Hue glilng lis petrous e le rids aloug ths shores ol Lake Michigan. to or MAVBVILLK No. Ul.r UilugUmftpui, No. No. 18 " I'srts 0 SO s ui. l4Matllle4Ssui. MeysiYll"alUsu? lolm No.tMaye.illel2lui " ferlsi Lea.IpS Trains No. I audi run dallyi all others dally eacepl Kundsy, Mpetlel lutee lo Kinlgiants. Vr tickets, rstea and Information pwUlulugto time ouuueollous, Ac , call ou or aildreas "UBtUM- CIJAB. L. UWJWN, i DIVISION. Arr. Nayt For Tlcketa, liaise, Tims, Maps, do., sp!y Ticket Agiult or fuuurcllns; l.lure, addrcu (Southern I'aaecnger Agl., K. Cor. 4th sud Malu hit., Ky. W. W.I'KAllOby, W. li. BlIATTUO, (Ita. I'att, Agl., lieu. Mupt., H. K. N. HKIIHN. Iultlllr, ClacUaatl, Vhi't1 .' v. .t.t.ioufl,usiraBSf t Stmi-Mttlil- ji InltriorSournnI C1.0AK, H. Leila's-- . jicket am) Dolman' it llobt. so'.A.ajrnrorRiD, icy. Friday Morning, Tiir. Ccle!ir.ilcl Writ chain ami miction for le T.Grcen'. tnim (loot from In anjr fiuanlit . O If. F.Nir.t,, 8omerel, will pay $U10 for dried apple, 10 H. for waahed wool, 40c for feather and $1 VK&IAO for gen- aeng. RELIOIOIJS. - ' NEW FALL AND WINTER OP &0., AT STOCK October 13, 1882 Ilia grocer delivered free dome of McAIIslerA LAN. Passenger I0CAL TIMS CARD. 9 10 A.M. , Ilrljht. HonT. 8. Lyti.K ., l recttrol frcli . ' " train North . " Houlh.. LOCAL NOTICES. tinilr 20 r. M of beititlfal Hamburg eoglng vnd Torchon lace ytalerday. A LAlt'iR and warranted hy 1'ennjr A McAllster. Fa M. lot of Zeleler'a Hlioc Just rrcelr-eami for rale at J. II. ft 8. II. rilianki. Htandaiiii Hlieet Manic, Vocal and for 10 cent at l'enn ft McAl Pennj A McAIIiler'. Watciiw, Clock ami Jtwelrr repaired Tirlrty of cook stoves, heating Iluv Paint of l'ennr A McAllMer. Owa-leat stove and grale jual recelTed by A. Nr.w slock of Jewelry and Hllrerware Low price. (I. II. Ensf.i, Bomeraet, will pay $l..10 for drlol apple, '10c lor waahed wool, 40c l for feather and $1.251.40ior genSeng. --- (lo to II. IC. Wearen' and nee hi nice new bcditeada, drcitng.cae, waah aland, liter'. LinoR stock of Window (JUm, all sire. parlor tullea, chamber aiiitc, Doulile thick glaa for flower pita, l'ennj Ac. A McAlisler. An r.Et'oriT will be made by the lodge of Jtirr receired a new lotof cloak for laFellow heie In hive the next meetdle and children and a, fins lot of Dot 0ld We ing of the (Irand ICdge at Hlnnford. AH. II. Shanks. mam. J. II. Uhkat IUductiox In alieet music: 60, hope It will be iiiccemful. 75 and $1 munc now fold at 6 centi. Itcte 0 MoAMTr.n A Sai.i.cr hare added ular rite and on Rood piper, at McKobert worth of Improvement to their mill, ft StiKuV I'AitTint desiring to canrasa lor a new among them two extra large wheat burnt. and reailr 'filing book will find it to their The capacity of the mill I riow 100 barInterest to call at the Mera House, Satur rel of Hour per day. It. K. Darldeon. iliy, the Mill. a, $1,-&0- personal Miw, John W. WAI.LAUK In L 3S r - Harrodaburi: on a Iit. Miw I.ihuk I'otert, of Harrodsliiiig I on a tlsit to relatlre here. Dm. KliWAHt) AuxntN and brother, I C. Alcorn, were here eaterdi. Mn.J. O, Ilt.Aix, of Iticliland, Tenn., i risking relative In thia count. Mim Fi.oHr.Nt-r- . Adam, of Illlnol, li the Rtieal of Mia Mollle DU!liertr. Mira Ilwsir. Maiikmiuuy, of Lanct. ler, ii the guest of Mi I.uc Moberl. Mil. Bahaii McAfee, of Louisville, u with Mra. Geo. II. Ilruce thia week. Mr. J.8. Mooitr. reported the Thoui dtbile for the Ijulaville tti- tntrtud. MixtKM. W. A. Mounow and Will K. MarrK, of Lancaater, called to we ui rater J MumMaooir KurHKt.L, of Harrtida-burha been visiting her cousins, MiMea I.dia and Joale lttadv. Mum 8A.LtR Pminv retttrncil from Ibanon yesterday and Miaa l'anthea from Richmond. Mu. K. U Hwem. dropjicil In to see in the other da and we found him a Tery ten alble and clerer gentleman. Mil. K.J. CAJirnrM, i'f llocksaalle Kprlnga, la on a t!U In btr mother, Mra. J. 8. Murphy, for a few daa. Dn. J F. Peyton baa returned from a vlaitto his little) protege, Miaa Mary lirown, at Hamilton College and report Ler doing finely. JuikirJ. II. Dknnh, of Islington wan here Wednesday, lie appear lo be doing a thriving bualneM in hi adopted home. Hon. J. II. Tinilby, deputy U. 8 Mar He report the ahal, wa here Yesterday. mountain aolld for Ontley, that !, s far a the democrat are concerned. Till office wa honored with a Tltit from ome of the teacher and a Urgo delegation of the scholar of the Female College, Monday night, aa Tuesday' edition wa being rrinted. They came lo are u make newapieia by (team and we hope they the Tlait a much a one of the Ivikw did. Mra. Stephen hu forgone lo gotten and forgiven the kick and cufr of brr lelge Ion) and ha gone back to hi loving arm. She could not withitand lib) A x predicted W. L. William closed a meeting at Carter' School Home, this county, a few day since, which resulted In .11 addition. Khler J. 8. Sweeney wa chosen with out a dissenting voice to lake pastoral cbargo of the Firat Christian clitucti, Pari, for the ensuing year. Kid. Martin Owen writes that he, Dr. Axblll and Kid. I. Cirr closed a meeting at Ml. Campbell, Lturtl county, which resulted in 11 addition. Tho Southern Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky will meet at Shelby ville, Oct. 18th, That of the Northern Presbyterian church began it session at Flemingaburg, Wednesday. Iter. H. 8. Mcltoberla went from here. There was the biggest baptizing at Can ton,Oa.,8unday that haa ever been recorded. The minister bad gathered his subject on the bans: of the river and was leading one little sister in to be buried in the water, when a mighty crash rent the nir and the bridge with its 200 spectator went down into the stream carrying It living load with It. No live wero lost, but everybody got ducked and a number had their arm and leg broken. LAND. STOCK AND CROP. -- Kid. DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, T ."VrpT JU --X J -- J- .TT!3 I I Lan- Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. Ileailey replied , "I am very well thank you, my name! Ileatley, and I vote for the other side." MI Slella Markabury I visiting friend at Perryville. Mr. W. II. Wher rltt la attending tbe Synod of the Presbyterian Church at Flemingaburg. J. C and Thompson haa refitted hi store-rooha now ono of the prettiest, beet appointed jewelry stores to be seen In any country town. Mr. Morrow, lately of LonUvllIc, a very agreeable young gentleman ha a position with J. C. Thompson. Ilobert West, formerly editor of the Georgetown Saturtlay, is now our deputy Circuit Clerk. Probably before till haa reached the your readers, Wm. Austin, eye of who so ruthlessly butchered hi old aunt, I!ety Wand, the afternoon of January 20th, will have paid the full penalty of the law with hi life. The gallowa I about completed. It was designed by Mr. Stafford, of Richmond, after the style of tbe one from which Guiteau stalled on his journey to the "Lordy," and wa built by Mr. Solon Henry, one of the Grand Jury which indicted Austin for the murder for which he I now to pay the penally. It occupies a position directly in the rear of tbe jail and ia built ot heavy oak timber. The scaffold Is about eight feet from the ground, from which it is reached by step. In the centre of the scaffold i the trap, or three feet square. about This I held iu position by a bolt working under it, which i manipulated by a lever in the hand of the Sheriff on the scaflold. After the drop the trap I held back by weights. The rot for the occasion has ar rived. It was made by F. Vonderhelde, of Cincinnati. It is long enough after fasten to allow a fall of inc lo the'erofts-beaseven or eight feet. The machinery will all be properly tested beforehand lo Insure against any bobble that might torture the criminal and executioner. Sheriff with a good guard went to Richmond, Wednesday afternoon, and returned with the prisoner Thursday morning. Hi appearance ha not changed much since Ids removal. He is a little thin, and very pale. No fear of attempt ed rescue are entertained, but every pie- caution lias been' taken to prevent any thing of the kind. one-hal- f BUl.tS. FOR -- Two Ihnrouf hWl rut Italt Calves for Henry IUuilimin, Stanford. FOB SAMM A well Improre.! MOUNTAIN KAIW, contain- Inn (INK IIONDUEDACRE. with good dwelling house and all necessary outbuildings ami ircnaru, In (larranl county, Kr.,lx lulls from Crab Orch srd, will he sold cheap, on easy tcrrai, aa th own er la aboul to ngage In otlier builnesi Apply on tbe premltea or br letter to 8J-2(lEO.H.l'ATTF.N, CrabOrchard, Ky. Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! An Irom Stanfinl to I'rther.ill from the dwelling to th pike. cellent dirt-roa- d are brick and frame, with 10 rooms. Buildings Well watarei! with flns springs, soma ol them medIncluding ical water. Improvements the fencing. Terms liberal. AddreM or call on MKN.NAKAIIC'OOK. mantord. Lincoln county Ky. 79.4m 8AI.lv Ilcnip lV)p-tt'- ap, Very thins lor ahorka, hanilnx meat, .te. Apply T. It. Walton, Ibis office. lo I oflcr for u! itleslely my farmof J75acr Dli Itlrer. (! mllea Eastol Stanford, within ahalfmlls of lbs new tirnplksti.w on helncevn-strncte- .1 NOTICE ! All persons hating claims agilnit the mtats of Jacob (I. Owilef, dfcM, wlllprasent them stones National IUok, properly proven. st Its IACOII IJUKKT, I p., .,,,,. Eirst National Bank. Ornca or CoHrraoLLtR or tiik Cuaaaxcr, J WiaaisoTOK, OctoUr I, issi. TaxiiUKT IiarAiTMKST, ") MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. and Woll Known This Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, CONFECTIONERY AMD ! Wiiaacas, Br satisfactory evidence presented to ths undersigned, It haa been mads to appear that the blubbering appeal for a reconciliation. , t To riiK Junction Tkauk. We will run delivery wgon everyday to the Junction i i e field in Ilourhon, this Corn sold and deliver good free. All order left with 8. 1,. Midkifl will meet with wcek,at$l:G2) per barrel, at one sale and llOUItf. $1.00 at another. prompt attention. MoAliater A IlrighL John Ilright aold toJohnW.Penninglon Hr.yr.nr.Hcr. to the lhnk Keport in anI.'tO acre of land opposite Jamos Paxton' other column will how that the individual at $50 tier acre. depoaila amount to $.'19j.1G1 II. It aeem COMMERCIAL I have 130 acre of excellent grass to that with that much money lying idle that let near Stanford. Not a hoof of stock ha the Furniture factory, If a good thing, been on It yet. John W. Pennington. ahoutd not go begging. Andy Kice, of Oarrard, bought of K. 11." A K. P. Wood 7 yearling mule at $75; of John Tiiomion I one of the moot ORDINANCE I of comedy actor and give a abow John V. Logan 8 at $72, and of Price Ilros , Wj' 1 that i well worth the money to thoae who of Garrard. 11 head at $70. Wiiisims The city of Hlanford has opened and The Chicago Beef Company ha comwMi to lauli and grow fat. He appeara i.rotlJcd i.i street directly east of the Court-- ! aa and the person who menced buainea In Washington market , at Ijincaler Home, U be called Hirket street, tor tbe purpose ofaflonllngicnnTeil.nt pise for the exhibition fall to take a trip with him "Around the New YorK, and offer beef at four cent Wholesale and idling (.1 stock, and whereat, the aale of stock less than the market price. World" will miaa a real treat. S. wo on Lancuterand Maln.itreet hss heretofore been dealer are excited and indignant. produrtlTe of great loco nrenlence to the other 11 wo Attention HiiNTriwl Mcltoberla A sale of short horn cattle. Oct. Public business of tba city of Stanford and to the Courts; SIikc have iiiat received the I argent and lllh.br II.B.AK.P. Wood, and Col. now. therefore, be It ordered that henceforth no moat complete rtock of breech and muixle cattle, norm or stock of any detcrlptlon aball be We C II. llocheiter. For further particular , ltiflea, Oamc-biga- , loading sold or permitted lo atan.1 for Inspection on any and catalogue addrcx them at Stanford. l'owder-llaaka- , New York Drop County Court day of Lincoln county on any of ths Strayed, or waa stolen from my stable streets of Stsnlord. says and except Market street and Chilled Shot and Implement for load- Friday night, a black saddle mare, 15 aforesaid, liaptlst Church strut and that portion gun and ing and 'a And will swap for In forehead. kinds of Feed. Hope to receive ofMlln street from ths stone crossing at hand bleb. Had ort of ecar will aell them at bottom price. Lltery Stable to the street crossing at the Information leading to her recovery will be liberal share the patronage of the public in general. esst end of the Treiby le rlan Church yard and ths Hon. 1'. II. Tiioumon, Jr., and Kv. It. liberally rewarded. Itobt. McAliater. alley leading from Daughman'a Llrery Stable to Kobt, Respectfully, Hon. M.J. Durham nasaoldto I.. Kwell will apeak at the following time the branch. Any violation ot this ordinance by any person aball be punished by a fine of not leu and place. Ileginnlng at Lancaater to Arvln that part of Ills farm on the Perrythan two ($1) nor mors thsn twenty (120) dollars. day, they go to Harnx'aburg on the Htb; ville pike lying on the north aide of the The Mirthilof thcclty of Stanford la especially Nlcholaavllle, lOtbj Snlviaa, 17th; Proc- road, for $65 per acre. It contains HO directed to see to tbe enforcement ol thia orditor' Store, lHlh, Ml. Vernon, 10th; Llv acre and Include the improvement. nance. Thia ordinance eliall be In forco on auJ after Us pisuge. Ingalon, 20lh; Hacooun, laurel, 2It; Mc- - Advocate. Cincinnati. Market ruled slow and WM. xiAUHIIEKTY, Msyor. Kee.Jackaon, 23rd; Traveler' Keat, 2 Itli; AfT. VERNON DEPARTMENT low grades, while Joiist J. UcRoBKUT. Cleric City Council. weak for common and Uoonville, 25lh. MOctobers, J8M. good cattle meet with fair sale, market for -- ANDSam. M. BurdeH. Editor. Cr.NTKiw ItoiJNd, who haa leen In jail such closing steady at unchanged prices. doing a big busi The merchants are hero fur rafe keeping for murder commit Common, $1 75(J.VJ 50; fair to medium, $2.- - ness. In fact busmen ol every sort is REPOET OF THE CONDITION , 5) ted in Clay county, gave bond yeaterday 60I1.5O-- cood to choice butcher grades, booming. OF fur $2,000 with Hon. CamIu M. Clay, of $:t."5(1.50; good to choice cows, $,1.io The election new from Ohio, which Milion, a aecurlty. He haa n aevere 4 25; good to choice heifer, $104 50; com- - came here over the wires early Wednesday NATIONAL BANK . cae of fever and not being able to return mon lo fair oxen, $2.504; good to choice morning, waa very gratifying to tho demo -Has just received a Fall Line of-OF" STANPOll-Dhome wa taken to the Commercial Hotel $1.5005.50; common to fair shippers, $4 25 crats. Kentucky, slock-cr- s i charged In tho Btata of till be I able to travel. He Jleds, bu05 25; good to choice, $5.5000.25; Kev. Mr. Brock, of the M. K. church, At Stanford. of Business. Oct. 3. 1883. at Closo Hog are has been engsged to preach regularly in with killing Dan'l.8trong. and feeders, $37504.50. Wash dull at$S.a5875 for best butchers and Ml. Vernon on the 4th Sunday in each RE80UUCKH, We are indebted to Sheriff J. M. S317.9S9 C3 Loans and Discounts......-.........fair to good light, $7.7508.25. month. LOCAL MATTERS. 8,831 T2 for a ticket lo the hanging to- shippers; &c. .... OrerJ rails........... ...... to 4J; stock ewes, 2 at 2J .100,00000 Two freight trains daily now run to U. 8. Bonds to eecuro circulation-.- -. Timothy seed chap at A. OsraleyV day. The gallowa baa been erected and Sheep are quiet MO 00 I also keep constantly on hand a fall line of Eobes, to 4J; lambs weak at Shrouds, Coffins and London. The regular through freight U. 8. Honda on hand- seen from any ol the to 3); wethers, 3J can atocka, bonds, and mortgage!..... I2.C00 00 No.l Steel 1'low for $12, at W. T. the executionboue-to- be Caskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. from Louisville now passes hero at 8:54 r. Other C.G03 3G and window. Aus- too. neighboring reserre agents..... (IreenV Due from approred 21 Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. . 39,; LINCOLN COUNTY. M., going south; going north at 3:14 A. M. Due from other National Hanks.... tin was brought down from lticbmond yea 1.IS0 42 Foil Sale. JIO.OOO Poplar Shingle, II. following marriage licenses have Due from State Danes and bankers The Crab Orchard. terday under guard and when be got off 0,619 80 Ileal Katate, furniture and fixturca Mattlngly. The proposed chestnut hunt will be been issued since our lost report. U. V. Current expenses and taxes paid 1.0&3 11 the train at Lancaater bis face wore aamile Albright to C. K. Frith; Andrew llray to Check! and other cash Iteuis....... ....... 2,711 19 New Urleana MinatreU with the! thought deliclilfut. The lep was aa firm a if no and hi wltn U. 8. renowned Gold Uind will appear at the of hi fearful end, eo near at band, occupi The meeting l tirogrensing finely, con- Nancv A. Linville: John W. Tatem to Redemption fundcliculatlon)- .- Treasurer ,5OO00 (J por cent, of siderable interest i manifeated. There hare Ilelle Hurt. Uera Hume, Stanford, Monday, Oct. 2.1 ed hi mind. t503,3U 10 Total.. With commendable enterprise, Mr. J. been three addhion. (I. II. Khsel, fc'omeraet, will pay $1 !1 We have received from Selcbow A LIABILITIES. Quite a number from town attended L. Whitehead haa determined to establish waahed wool, 10c Illgbler, II John Street, New York, dealer for ilrletl apple, lOcfor .............. .1150,000 00 Capital Stock paid In Has JuBt Oponod a FJno Stook of 30,000 00 the lueetlnR at Uro. Number's last Sunday in connection with hi drug store, a news SurpluaKund........... for feather and $1.26U0 for genieng. puxxlca and amusement game, a Secin Ho is still confined to hi bed depot and will keep all tbe Louisville and Undivided profit!.. - i;,937 13 afternoon. tional Checker Hoard l'unle, which take Nat. Rink notes outitandln,:............. .. 90,0(10 00 Cincinnati dailies and other periodicals. A swkkt 1VTATO baying a ilriking re. and Ia not expected to recorer. subject to chock... . 218,731 II the cake in that line. It can be worked In imitation, perhsps, of the democrats Individual Depo.Ua Banks ... 411 ecmblance to a modeat yohng lady, la conRurcli has been offered $500 in Judce Due to other National but we bavn't found but one person 243 28 by Mayor paid Maj. Stif-a- who call theii candidate for Congress "Lit- Due to State Banka and binken........ tributed to our inuacum Consisting of adrance of the amount lie that can do it yet. A big preient await .$303,313 48 for hi farm and after that offer wa re- tle Phil," the republicans have bestowed on Total. (he one that can do it on firat trial. The for the Mr. Ewell, an affectionate J. T. Haiiuis ha bought out the bikery price of the puulo is but 25 cents and it fused, he wa offered $1,200 In cisli Judge their candidate, you want to know what it STATK OK KENTUCKY,! If J Couutjr of Mncoln, anil confectionery of Ii. F. Dawaon at coat affords a vsat deal of amusement. Mia trade, which he also refused. The AND certainly has mado a cood bargian and is is, you must ask Hill Fish. McRoWrts, Caahler of above named I. and carr'nge. Mr. Dawaon think of re- Dal. ISurnside ws tbe firt to solve it. Messrs. bank Jno. J.aoleiuulr awear that the above, The candidates for Congress, do slick. We sre loth to give wisely going to beat of mr knowllo and luming farming. Thompson and Ewell, Will speak in this bill"" la true lo theJ. McllOUfcllTO, Cashier. in the proposed FurniJNO. ui this excellent family, but are glad to county at the following times ana places A ooMritOMUK having been elTectel beture Factory met last night, when Col. T. know that they will be so pleasantly situ- Proctor otore, weunemiay, uci. 10; Subscribed and sworn to Iwtore me thia 121b. day Also, a Nloo Lino of tween ua nnd the inercbanta of Stanford, W. Miller was called to the chair and J. M i J, IL OWHLbi.N. Vernon, Thursday, lOlhand Livingston, ol Oct., 1SS1. ated in their new home. no more Hour or meal will tw retailed at Philip made Secretary. The object was & Friday, 20th. The people are cordially COIRKCT ATTUT. Mrs. Ilclsy Kennedy hss returned from invited to attend three meetings. the mill. McAIUter A Bailee. to devise way and means to raise addi- a protracted visit to Danville and Hsrrods. H. IIocKKa, J. Auout 1'EorLK. Mrs. L. 8. Jones, of Directors. I am opening daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to be J. W. U D. Cah!wi:i.i.'8 elegant new Opera tional fund. It waa resolved that the burg and Is in fine health and spirit. Mrs Louisville, accompanied by her children, Bold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxamlno. V. W. Mrs. llouae, Harrodaburg.will open on the 20lh, location of the Factory shall be in Stanford Jas. Fish has returned from Texas. She ia visiting her parents, Mr. and "W. J.Williams, at this place. Mr. J. M.Mil-le- r on which oocaiiou the Lexington Opera und on a call of the iiibscribera an increase brought seyetal of her children; Mr. Fish J. is iu Louisville and Mr. J. II. Otter Is REPORT OF THE CONDITION and the remainder of the family will arrive in Cincinnati this week. Mr. Thomss PalCompany will appear In "Patience" by of $150 wa secured, making $10,000 to date. in a short lime. Wilkerson 1'ursiful nnd mer and Mr. It. O. McLane, of Lancaater, Gilbert A Sullivan. . .i Wood Little and family started were here this week on business. Mr. Jno. Tho Farmers National Bank GAI.I.KKY. Mr. G. W. and Kwell family and PlIOTOOIlAPH TiikSi'EAKINO. Thompson was Tuesday for Texas. They will scttlo near Logan, a popular Cincinnati drummer, Wednesday. Shaller, who I recommended In the Leb. democratic and republican candidate for A.T D D Mr, K. Hutchinson and daughter, here Dslla. anon Standard aa 'a clever gentleman and a Congress iu this district, met in politicCHEEK. Btate of Kentucky, at tho Closo of on the lOlli for Meade left In the Mcllob-er- f before a good Mis Martha, al discussion here yeaterday good arllat," line aecured Mr. Ivl. DEAIsEIt IN Business, oet. a. ioaz. InMra. Clco. Miller, of Look, 0, Goiernmtnt Mulo to th Laurels. A county, Kansas. gillery here and I preparing to open audience in the circuit court-rooBoMKusiT, Ky., Oct. 12th, 1882. Kansas, relumed to her home last field, lisrlnm Jitttrtutll up In style. Come iu and get "yer ahadder good deal of curiosity waa manifested to HE80UUCES Monday, accompanied by her niece, alls rH,0J 03 Both of the Boroerset paper eiiesk of Loans and discount.. tuk." see and bear Mr. Kwell. who haa so lately .. l,Vii 11 Mollie llrooks, one of our nicest young la of me aa being from btantord, j. want OverdnfU of beeu stibilltuted for Mr. O'Dradley by tbe Salo of abort-horsvo.ooo 00 .. The Combination came to Ky. to place tier the world noil the balance of mankind to U.S. llonda to sucuro Circulation 6,01X1 Oil IIOKSi: NIIOKN, HOltSK N1IOK AII.N, party. He bad the opening dle. Mrs. Miller would Other stocks, bond and luortgigua. will be republican It. It. A K. P. Wood know I live at Crab Orchard, and sa,cs 00 son Joe at the Central University at ennt that ui ace to be made Uorernor iiii rwtiu minrovbd reserve siteuti. ... . .M blggeat thing of the kind over In Una speech and for an hour ami a quarter ..,.. iu the Miss Kschle Allison, of Woodford, of n Stale In the Union, What was It Due from other National iuuii.... il,O40 07 county. A great many cattle fancier from tertained the audlenco with his views, the stylish sister of Mr. Judge Ilurch, U that rendered the name of Monllcello, II Due Irom State llauka and Hankers . C.300 00 seemed to be of a nebulous charac and Mature a dlatance will be there and a cordial invi- which was wis uouie ui mcucinu, Heal eaUts, Furulture 670 62 her rfuest this week. Miss Faunie Coulter, lualrlous ( 11 aijieoies and Uiea (nld. tation ia extended the people of till aection ter. It i fair to say that In one reaped, of l'arlsville, is with Miss Kittle Higgln the greatest political philosopher the world Cuirent other lUnks 7,160 CORN that of temper and decency, bis pccu was .re. saw. What pave the Hermitage a Ullls of Fractional awr currency, uicteia ana lo attend whether they want to buy or not. of New York, I visiting world-wid8 64 ..........- -. fame T It was the residence of ... . .! customary radical Mr. Geo. Terrell, vastly superior to the luulea. 3,000 00 Jsckson, What rendered It. Vernon ImThe Central Kentucky Medical Awocia-tlo- harangue, but the gentleman Is strangely Ids aunt, Mr. Lawless. 3,000 00 " mortal T It was the residence of Washing- UgaMender notes, Wedneaday, OARRARD COUNTf. will meet In Danville on 3,400 00 deficient In pollticil Information and wa EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, ton. What placed upon the brow of Crab U.8.cerllllcsteaof de(ioalt for f the 18ih Inat., at 10 o'clock A. M., promptly. perforce compelled to deal exclusively In Lancaster. Orchard an unfading crown of eternal ..fMS.tsl 40 Total.. lien- of Stanford, will open the "glittering generalities." Mr. Thompson In III residence of Uuubltt. is causing a few II Fear of the cholera Dr. J. F. Peyton, 1,1 AIJIMTIKS. drr unto Osar the thlnga that are CVsar'. debate on "Armwia," IU pathology and followed In a sensible and hog to bo shipped from this point. uf2O0,OO0 00 p, 1". 1I01IUITT. Caltal block ald ln...... -n ,200 treatment. Thoae having voluntary C. Thompson, agent, Incasttr, J. speech of an hour and a half, In which he " .. 1.437 8 8urlu Kuud...--...- ..7S QUKENSWARE, QLASSWARE, .. Secretary before disoussed very neatly and effectually the has just engaged a and man r ..... will plcaae uotift the Undivided iTonis- -.. KKVT lUYKUmKJtlXTK. .. 176,400 00 National lbink Note outstaudlui.. the hour or meeting. Bteele Uailey, Bee tariff and the civil service, lie exposed with ufacturing Jeweler, ami is now able to no 7 Individual DvimlU subject to check.. ., vt.m beside making Mi 67 retary. Duo lo other Nalloual lUuki..... .. fullneen and lucidity the intolerable rascally all repairs on short notice, .T ! 7M 12 hlui a Due to Stat banks and bankera. of Naabvllle enter- of protection, which the republican party small articles In Jewelry, Ac Give The buainea men Comont, &o. Also ..tuxj.mt 40 I have sold out vij iukerr and ConfectloDcrr call and see his new vtore room and new Total.. tained Mr. K. Zimmerman of the proponed Is committed and scored with merciless buslueM lu blaulord, and would Uks It as a In or It Ac. the republican system of perpetrating goods in diamonds, all ierwoa ludebttd to ms would corns lorward ana 8TATK OK KKNTUCKV, new road from here to that city, thia week, this. is. J County of Uucvlu. Mr. H. L. Kwell "tbe pt'oplea Jewell" Mill1 at ones, liease stleudM- to V. IIAWHOKi and irave much encouragement to hi enter parly power by the shameless robbery of of uarned was here Tuesday, If he meet the same 11. Owilejr, Cashier of tbsabovs 1, Juo. And the prise. The road ahorten the uutance irom fice holder and tbe open bribery ol voters. encouragement from all that he got from lUuk, do solemul swoar that ths above slataiiwut best Cincinnati 05 mllea than by Mr. Kwell closed the discussion with a fiery Naabvllle to ! U true to the Geo. Ileailey it will bo a long time before the L. A N. It. H. and I 160 mile shorter but somewhat pointless exhortation. Upon dsjr he adorns the halls of Congress. Bubscritl snd sworn to Ufure me thisI'.UtU U by that route to New York and the the whole, It waa not a battle of the giants, than Nose claim a better flow, but hope to have aa equal. Roeis;, Outter N. U lieatiey on the street be said IVncIn and llulUtnit Lumbar fbr sal at Mill ol tXt., limt JNO. J.McltODKUTS, with a lit- nor indeed a battle in any seme. It was ng, ceo., aoue ou inori uotioe. Orders Kaat. Mr. '.. aaaurdd them that 1 mllea noulh of lllshUnd. tbla couulr. , Currwlatlntl which the "How are you sir? My name I Kwell, I wllcllod lor Timber, Jolsla, bluddlug-- Utiles. H. H.Hiusai, tle aaaiatinco lie could promise that the simply a brisk little skirmish, in , lVlar, 1'rompt stteutlon (tlv-T. M. JOHNSTON. Directors. I republican candidate for Congress iv ...either Oak orIn llta Hum or caruaoUra bills Salosmen. J. 11. NiUMica, u.rwtlilni. be splendidly built, which waa gentleman from the "mountings" got rath am the road will DAVID SKINNEK, T . ". Hilts . HUHIMNUN, which for bullJIbtl, M. and want you lo vole for me,"' to the worst. er guaranteed. a aold lo D. C. Ter-hu25 yearling mule at $110 per head. Fiflv buahel of white rye at 75 cent per bushel for sale by W. II. Hay, Stan J. K. lUugliman In the city ol8tantord, In ths county of Lincoln Old KENTUCKY and H ale of Kentucky, haa compiled will all the STANFORD, roflilona of tba RerUrd Statutes of tb United States required to l compiled with liefore an assoHating purchaod pawson'a cttaMlthmcnl, t ciation aball be autborlicd to commence the busiAND will continue ths t.uilneas aotl ksep conitantlr on ness of banking: harnl Freak Itolli, Loaf Bread, Caka and a fu I line Now, therefore, I. John Jay Knox. Comptroller Determined that and other Confectioneries, to ol th Currency, do hereby certify that ths "Flrit Iti Proprietor ii ofCanlles, Frulti whlcbllnfllatkesttentlonbf the public I will National Ilankof SUnford.ln the city of Stanford, it Shall be Second to no Country also keep Freab Flih and serve In tbe county of Lincoln and Hisle of Kentucky, la Hotel in the State in iti Fare, authorised to commence the bualnesa of banking, aa Appointments, or AttenprotlJed In section n fly-ohundred and sixty-ni- ne OYSTEKS AT tion to Comfort of or ths IEeTlwdKtstiitesot the United State- -. In tfillrnony wbereol, witness my band and seal their Gueiti. I bats secured thsKrvlcetof Mr. Janice Peak aa clerk, who will always be found r fail 7 to intnliter this (th day of October, 1832. JOHN JAV KNOX, to jour wanta. Don't forget that I alw keep the IVo. 2,768. Comptroller of the Currency. lias cage will be coarejed to sad from the dssst rree ofehargs. Special accommodation t to Commercial Traialen. Ths Bar will J. 8. Hock aa, President, cholcaat alnara sapplled with th Clgara. J. W. JlcAlmrxa, Caahler, tan ba had fo When excellent kraadi of Ltqaora aad John J. Mcltonian, Ant. Cashier the loweit rates. J.T. 1IAKK1N, 86-I!T Proprietor. BAKERY! .... "Pint National Bank of Stanford,' AU HOTEL, ver-uti- TOWN a. TArtyw HI! 0me:v GJo 1 La ; Wimil -- SITIAIBIIiIEI! Shot-gun- Shot-pouch- e, Having bought out II. Baugliinan, will keep on hand nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. arc also in breech-loadin- Baugh-man- THE COAL TRADE, a all of ' A. T. NraELlEY, 8TA&. B. K. -l UNDERTAKER, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. WEAREN, m vwaaxwot BSAfcSE THE Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap ..- , reaus, Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Hining Chairs, - .. m E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ll nick-nam- Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, u CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS TIM HIGGINS, Salesman. ma HTANPOni), W 11 LTf.'sVis ..- Shelf Hardware, Iron, Itlch-mon- lou .. ..... Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, SHELLERS, e n Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghuiii Mills, glo-rv- .... watch-make- Important Stoves,Tinware? Fruit Jars Grocevies, .Salt, Lime, the: cHAiyiPiow steel piow, HIKliEI lIiOW. ILiXJIWCBESIt M-- KalSlliir. GENUINE OMVEU u. f A Tlio incident occurred, M Ripon many years ago, when spiritualism was first taking possession of certain people STAOtTOiaX), ICY. Tho spiritualists used to hnvo seances" Morning;, - October 13, 1882 Friday almost ovcry night, listening lo communications from friends in tho spirit land, PZEASJNTJtlES. tlirongh raps and thing!-- , Ono day it Wnr do dncks put their licnAj under was announced that a nstetl medinm from tho East wonld visit tho town, and tratcr? To liquidate tlicir bills! Sociirrr peoplo, not cngngrxl, repair tho spiritualists arranged for n scanco at tho stono honso owned by n nurseryman, to trrrrnmor rcsotta in order lo rt, which was largo enough to All tho bill. "Fair, o' dico lost " na tho youth nftcr an unoipectod visit from gathered at tho honso, and after ' 'liio professor. somo preliminaries tho, noted medium Hn wild her hair was dyed, and when turned down tho lights and all was still. ftho indignantly oxclnirncd, ' Tis falso I" Ho wont into a tranco and was taken "Iio"8(iil ho presumed so. possession of by tho spirit of an Indian '., 'Totbb cockney Nero may not bo chiof who had recontly died. First ho looked upon na a hero, but every cock- began to murmur words in tho Indian tongue, then sing, and finally ho got up noy makes of hU hero an 'era kick An American optician has adopted a and began to danco a roptuacntation of tho sun as a trado ing tho floor with his heels, yelling, nml whooping it mark probably on account of its specs. "m ?"' yft,1 ya!l ' Event ono should bo charitablo in up. xou Know now iucsq country uogs used to hato Indians, and how thoy would judgment "Sho & insupportablo," said bark at them when thoy camo to town. Talloyrand. Then, fearing ho had gono Tho nurseryman had a big brindlodog too- far, ho added : "Bat that is her that was asleep in tho kitchnn adjoinonly defect." ing tho sitting-roowlicro tho 6conco At tho closo of tho sermon tho minis- was taking placo, and tho door to tho ter becamo Impressive, liaising his kitchen had been left open. Towscr voice, ho said: "Judgment! judg- woko up and Iistcnod, and then got up' ment I " and a small boy in tho vestibulo Ho evidently thought tho houso had " shouted, "Out on first. been attacked by n hostilo tribe, and, "'New York lias an artificial flowcr- - feeling that thoy would all bo scalped, 'makcrj named "Gtaorl" Hint's tho ho thought he owed it to himself to savo question generally put by tho tho women and children, at least Towand tho answer will in timo produce scr looked in tho door and could see, by artificial flowers on tho answerer's noso. tho dim light from tho fireplace, tho and danc-'n- g A MAimiEii lady declined to tell n spiritual chief just around, whilo tho audience sitting maiden sister any of her troubles, saying : " When ignoranco is bliss, 'tis folly around sccmod paralyzed with fear. to bo wise." "Yes," replied tho sister, That was enough for Towscr, nnil, with V'and.t'vo como to tho conclusion that a growl that fairly raised tho roof, ho when singleness is bliss, 'tis folly to bo jumped into tho center of tho cirdo and 'VI took a largo moutliful of medium, inwives. it mhMtih$Uxtir$mm rowaxit ash run unniivAi.mT. T re-so- war-danc- e, - m r, '' Ho did you say tho conductor's cluding considerable pantaloons. " Gins Mr. Glass," "O, took hold wlicro a dog almost always namowns?" BolirV"IJat it is." "Impossible it docs tako hold of a man, and ho shook Jict bo." "And why not. prav?" that medinm until all tho Indian in him returned to tho spirit land, and ho was " Because, sir, Glass is a Deafening npplauso from tho sci- a demoralized citizen. Tho medium yelled, murder, and tho women fainted, entific passengers. and then tho owner of tho dog called, n A FniosAntn Xow York bollo him off, and Towscr went back into tho her return from Europe, that kitchen with tho pants cloth in his ivhile'thero sho had somo of tho most- '' teeth, looking over his shoulder ns much .cpjeli'ratfld men nt hcriuct It is moro as to say, "11 thero is any moro tronblo satisfactory to employ at first-cla- ss with Indians in thero you will find mo chiropodist than to good your brother nndcr tho kitchen table," Tho medium got tpprofanity when ho uses his razor. up from tho floor lamo all over, and ruck. nboUt as frightened as peoplo get in tin's An nuthor says it may bo regarded as world, tho women "camo to," and tho , i an established fact that apples will keep seanco was turned into a sowing socioty, butter in moist or damp collars than (by tho sisters sowing np tho medium's 'ones. But tliat depends altogether on trousers whilo ho woro a. pair belonging ""how many small boys there arointho to tho nurseryman. Thero nro people family. It isn't so much in tho humid-jtyliving to tlds day who attended that setho cellar as in tho gorgcability of ance, and, thoughv they bo a hundred tho boy. years old, they would burst ont laughThe twain were In palace car ing in church if they should happen to Bald he, ' I do beliet e mo think of Towscr and tho medium, and Tlil Tcbtcle hath lang ; " laid the, how Towser seemed to wear his hat " How, Tuouiaa T Undeceive me I " over his left car when ho went out into a "IwilVlioi dded, pointing t "Htf fAcntllalln tho kitchen, and walk liko Pat Itoonoy, ' afcX i"ltruu.tbe eo, for don't yon eeo whilo tho medium looked liko a man who TH,Vtm.n-..,.nTte" Plit had sat down on a buzz saw, not know iV"-Ilonu Sentinel Accohdino to Dr. Dclaunoy, "sleepers ing it was loaded. Peck's Sun. " What boast-Mcdfo- ot lr frequently compose verso or rhythmical while they nro lyintr on tho .? 'right sida This verse, though at times lansruiuro IfBir.H FOR VIOAItUTXtS S3IUICE11S. !! correct enough, is nbsolutcly without tt Ecnse." This.czplains tho genesis of a great deal of poo try which finds ita way into a nowspapcr office. " PnisosEn," says tho Judge, severely, to tho scoundrel who has been brought up beforo him on tho chargo of murdering tho wifo whom ho had abandoned for prisoner, what can you of your atrocious finjvycars ! Woll, you sco, your Honor, I tud it from tho best of motives. I wished to savo myself from tho shamo of bigamy, and to placo myself in a position to mako tho other woman my lawful wed- Soa.wlfc," , said a gentleman who was phrasefond of using ology to his man of all work, " I am going to town nt 10 o'clock, and shall weed out tho cucumber 'beds in tho interim." "Interim?" thought Pat. "That's n mighty quaro namo fora jjnrdcn, anyhow." "Is Jlr. Smith at homo?" asked a visitor, who called shortly afterward. sorr; yo'll find him at work in , " announced wdifiTiniori there high-soundiboy-ant- ft "Pat," t ' Two diminutivo Italian chiMten a boy 6 cars of ago and a girl of ? wcro arraigned beforo Justico Otterbourg. Their father, Louis Conaro, keeps a fruit-stan- d and sends tho children out s every day to collect in a bushel basket "What is dono with this refuse?" asked tho magistrate of Agent Young, of tho Society for tho Prevention of Cruelly to Children. "It is manufactured into cigarettes, " was tho answer. "Is thero any inducement that compels parents to send their children ont on this work?" "Yes; if a good day is mado tho children cau cam 83. Thoy nro paid at tlio rate 112 cents a pound, and I liavo known thorn to collect thirty pounds a day." Tho children wcro sent to tho Catholic protectory, whilo tho father was held in $300 bail. New York Star. cigar-stump- valuo of vessels endangered, S1C.083,-32- 0 ; valuo of cargoes, $8,429,107 ; valuo of property saved, ; valuo of property lost, $9,853,502; number of jives imperiled, 12,259 ; number of lives saved, 11,804; number of persons succored, 2,610 ; number of days' succor afforded, 7,350. Bcsido 11,801 lives saved from vessels in distress, tho lives of cixtecn persons were saved who wero not on board vessels. Of 393 lives reported lost, 183 wcro on tho Huron and Metropolis, tho loss of tho former vessel happening when stations woro not open ; whilo in tho caso of tho latter the scrvico was impeded by distanco from tho sceno of tho disaster. It is only in tho last five years that g tho operations ot tho Scrvico liavo embraced tho sea and gulf and part of tho lako coasts of tho United its operations wcro States. In 1871-- 72 confined o tha coast of Long island and Now Jersey. Mr. Cox said that beforo tho establishment ot tho Scrvico tho loss of lifo on tho coast of Now Jersey olono amounted to hundreds annually. Sinco its establishment 31G disasters have occurred, imperiling tho lives of 2,751 persons, of whom 2,725 wero saved. Lifo-SavinLifo-Savin- g r-- -w NRW'MACmXR" STOIIY. KMEltSOS. instantaneous 'llio j'ajKr Trade Journal lays! takou from twenty-fou- r lit cameras "There is something amusing in the ItuniXom Thought fWm Stmt ia 'rroo, m n horse galloped past'lhem, ideas which somo ieoplo hnvo of pnpci Every noblo activity makes room for t Is shown that tho position of that making, whether llioy lalk of it in connot what it has been represented nection with the tnriff or in its procosaca. Itself. A great mind is n good sailor, ns n great heart is. Voyage to PnglantU to be Wo hnvo before ns n nowspan Wo do not connt n man's years until raintoni show tho horse, when at tho pcr which says : "Tho avcrago render top of hi speed, m inn cavalry chargo, may not bo aware that tho most of tho ho has nothing clso lo count Society to bo raitod abovo tho earth, with his nowspapcr of tho present day is mado and Solitude, Tho lover of letters lovos power, too. body strotehol to its full ilcnt,1ho from wood pulp, and that- - this C76. foro legs thrown out horizontally in pulp Is mndo ont of shaving, Books aro tho liost things, well used J front, tho hind legs almost horizontally which are turned out by n in tne rear. Now deer and hnros do run thnt throws a shaving fitly feet nbused, among tho worst The Ameriin tnts way, but dogs and horses in afar longsomowhat after tho fashion of n can Scholar, Trust, men, nnd thoy will bo Iruo to different fashion. Tho horso complotcs common turning latho, tho principal difyou ; treat diem greatly, and thoy will n gallop in eight positions j during only ference being thnt for paper manufactshow themselves great AVmij on Pruono ot theso is ho entirely free from tlio ure tlio latho takes the largeht-sizeground ; in nil others ho has from ono tree nt onco. Ono ot tlio great monop- dence, An oyo can threaten liko a loaded and to throo feet touching tlio ground. In olies of tho ago has grown up under tho tlio only position when ho is freo from protection afforded lo wood-pulpaper lovoled gun, or can insult liko hissing or tlio earth, all four of his legs, instead of makers, by reason of the tariff reguln kicking; or, in its altered mood, by being stretched out, nro doubled under lions on tlio subject" Wo hnvo quoted beams of kindness it can mako tho heart Mm as if ho wcro lying down in mid-aiverbatim, nnd tlio mixture ot tariff and danco witli joy. Conduct of Life Nature novcr sends a great man Into Tills of courso doprives tho figure of wood shaving is rather funny. But ono that spirited movement of activity and of tho surprising things tons is the mn tho planet without confiding tho secret speed which thrills tho spectator. Tlio chino spoken of. It will cortninly re- to nnothcr soul. Usct of Great Men. Light is tho first of painters. Thero question is whether tho artists must quire n heavy plant dnd a largo mill to hereafter bo faithful to natnro ns scienco mn it It will bo seen that it will tako is no object so foul that intenso light demonstrates It, or to nature ns tho oyo " tho largoat-BizoNature. Ireo at once," Tho will not mako beautiful. Good mannors are mado np of petty reveals it "largest-size- d treo " that wo over hoard It would seem to admit of a ready an- of is about 352 feet long and over 30 sacrifices, .S'ocuif A hn. The writer, liko a priest, must bo exswer. Sinco tho artist appeals to tho feet in diameter. There may 1k larger oyo and to tho mechanical sense, ho trees wo aro not prepared to say that empted from secular lalwr. His work must givo tho samo impression on can- there aro not but this ono will do for needs n frolio health; ho must bo at vas which tho horso itself gives to tho size, and will givo " lots " of pulp ; but tho top of his condition. lxtry and Imagination. oyo of tlio spectator. Tho lforso looks as tho machine that bothers us. There is no trao orator who ia not n if ho were flying, with his feet off tho vitiXTxits am: cyxival. hero. Eitays of Plwjucnco. ground, and tho painter must mako him No man over played heartily without Tho other day I stood within tho look so, too. If ho does, not ho fails to of a great daily nowspapcr. learning somothing.-5v(ifi(- rc. reproduce that spirit, olan, speed, elasThero was nothing to delight tho eye There is a remedy for every wrong ticity, grace and vigor which a horso produces. Ho i no moro lno pictures, statues or sumptuous furni nnd a satisfaction for ovcry soul. Imobliged to put tho horso in a constrained ture. Serious-Iookiumen woro stand- mortality. Ho is only a man who has and awkward position than ho would bo ing beforo their cases so fixedly that if in pointing n tower or a houso ho nothing less than tho falling of tho roof a good determination. Ctdlnrc. should paint, not tho picturcsq'uo effect would havo distracted their attention. I would study, I would kuow, I would caused by distanco and tho ntmosphero, Scarcely a sound was audiblo bat tho admire forever. Those works of thought but tho coarseness, rcpulsivoncss or faint click ot typo falling into place J havo licen tlio ontertainmonts of human stiffness of tho stones, tho masonry novcr beforo realized so forcibly tho thought in all ages. An Address. . Tlio secrets of lifo nro not shown courses and other rcnlistio features causa why nowspapcr printers ore, as it y to sympathy nnd likeness. Monwhich, ns a closo examination proves, is said, naturally cynical. thoy produce tho pictorial result Detroit set np tho typo that tells tho world of taigne Etaroe alteration rejoicings nnd festivity, Free tho ?w followi, now Bit, samo typo is mado to proclaim disaster And undtr pain, vlraaurn, ' Tin: LivK-sAris- a stiitriCK. and mourning; tho samo typo which carUadf r itlraiurv, pain llrew In n speoch iu favor of tho bill to pro- ries to 10,000 homes tho inaugural Loia woia at the Mnltr, o I g mote tho efficiency of tho ltirt heating alaay, of tho ruler of 50,000,000 of peoplo Forth pwd tlx ttratig pulx Scrvico, Congressman 8. S. Cox pre- has not timo to loso iti sharpness by uso To the border of dajr. sented tho following interesting statis- beforo it is employed to report tho fuTUSpktnx. tics of tho scrvico sinco its cstablislimcnt neral oration iu tho Capitol in memory Ob, when I am aire In my (jlrao home, ten years ago : of thoscmoman. Tlio momentary conI tread on the pride of flneo and Unnie ; And wben I am stretched taneatli the plnea, Number of disasters reported, 1,317 ; traction of tho forefinger of a dcspicablo W hero the eTrnlng Tits iionxn By tho nl( at fvll of srnr.n. A ritumMOJAI, T. VT. CIIUIICII IllllLCTOIIT. photo-(jrnp- fc ls ma-chi- r. T T KTiiuillMT, H(IU ril.-H- kt J. H. Mim, Sereliteetef rlurelajr mernlngand night. Prayer Meellne Thurwlay night. Puity Hchool M. Rim. ATTOUNWVH A.'i' XiAWi Woman' a. MiMlnnary8. Boclfly t)iitlntrndinl. thaThe J. tll.0 inceta here on lit HTANrimD. KY. Sunday lp men nmntli, al 3 o'clock. Mr. T. T. Olllc In Owilej A Son' nw liulldlng-- np lair. DatlcM. riptldent ailof. eVrtlce II. CJ. KAUFFMAN, II APTIHT.-nn- Y. aifl J. M. rlun'laye. morning and IJ onMernn,! Al JjA-W-, night. I'rayrr MeetliM erery Welnrlay after- I.ANCA8Tim, KY. noen. rluihlar Heliool at s.M a. m. It. .. Harrow Mailer CeinmtMloher and Cwiulr Atlorner, Will rjHperinieihieni. practice In all the Cnmta of (larratd and xlMnlng TtTiUISTIAN. Verlilp hy rneenirfi(lli.n"eT. countlct and In th Court of Appeal. KJnr lord' day. Preaching by Dr. J. W. ( on Klnt and Third lord'l dill, nurnlay Hchnol ALKX. ANDEHUON, nupcrinieiMicni. at ? 10. joe. nevc-ranfI. . Mrl.l. -l)UHnYTKllIAN. 8)UTII.-l- !t. Hwixlay rVheel at M. John W. L rey. P"'1'"HANVILI. KY., Iteot, aiinerlnlendent. Union Trayer Meeting on Will practlreln thaCourla of Merle and adjoining Wednesday night. counlie and In the Court of Appeal, VAIXO. WAM.AAM R. VAXMON. T. W. ft W B VA11NON, ATTOHNHY Ilur, A.a"roiiNjav Va.".l-- t vr aA.w, d I.IIIKHTY, KY. Will practice In all the Court of tinier and tountlea, and In the Court of Itpeclai attention glrrn to collection. Ofllre urer 1UT. 1'lerce' note. MA0TKII8ON l'DYTON, II IN j y A'l' liAW. nu KAHIRRR rORraHRTCUUnTTi j STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DKIIIT BT, BTANKOIID, KY., &, Apl. ., WINE, p r. Dlt. J. O. OAIU'ENTKH, .. -. STANroilH, KBN1UCKY Office) orer llobt. 8. Lylle'a tlore. Offlfe hour from 3 lo JJ an J 7 to P. at. PI!LKIH MonuincnlB, TWrt, red 1 (one, Ac ll.tl.l Work or all kind J. J. WILUON, lJ3N'X'Ii?t'l'. STANI'OUD, KY, Uffir and IUildcnce, Upper Main fll. &Kfr"3?& frTtrnrmmk.,. Ea v uawLLI SHMrft',wnM(wkj WwT IbS orally eiecu led and Mill facllon guaranteed. 19-ig- n and on iHlra-tlo- d HUltOKON DIONTIHT, BTANKOIID. KY. Office Houlh IJo Main Street, two door abort the Mcra Hotel. FureNltrou Oille Ua adnilnliiered whan required. 11. O. iEK P. UUFFMAN, 4 ly SYRUP BROMIDE Inline- - CHLORAL irir Will lie In BUnC.rd on week ofeach month, from Ont Moiidar. Dental room InHl. Awph Hotel, oier Mc liter A Bright' tXeealgn.lAt tncailrr three wrekiof eah iui.nl b from third Mudda. Dental rmnui In tlaion Home (Ceeilgn. I'ure nllroui when neceaiurr. TTfmD- - Uiawi'iffr, old MOllOAN. D. D B I MMWIM Mdlaiely gaie adiulnlilere.1 482 If I TH g III'UDKTT, ATTOR N EY AT LAW, NAM .11. m It llti t t IttirtiinnlUtii, .. pturi'ii .1 ft "mmil r p tH ly ai.i' ( ulif .t ii? lit fcr i il Wu. rrtltv, li Aalltnitt-Pnll(llnn tf Him llftrl, MHirtiirI'ka nf Itinlh n Il9lrrl imniveJiAla If 4 tnrla iiilii'l f iT.rv. 1 sj . . GREAT NERVINE . m m-- l woll-ma- da Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will practice hi nrofeetlon In llockcajtle artJ aljolnlngcountle and In the Court of Appcali. special alien lion giren 10 collection. 4'nrrf:i.l'tf TIII'MI., ... li i.. ikltt l'i i antm .urilocii tf IHU'MUAM.HH, ! ihr film tr.!-.AitpflMr nr NIIIOM. 11(1 k A. ral . Hurt .. fr trit ri AIMII'Itl.l.V. IfMltifrm. ntv. HArir Kit. II ISStl r I'tu rf Atk t. u idt All file- mm i I. i (. tJV. WfMr til n lK ! ! . ox-ec- pt OPERA HOUSE; KTANFOI1D, KY- .- To-da- 2V. W. P. WALTON, bltt of Stage, ery . Propriotor. 8n. mos-sag- 2050. Hlght raw leteM-l-i ol ideating rapaciiy, ineiudiBC eaiiery, too Ileaesnal.le rate to good attraction. AddrrM a alive. Lifo-Savin- o iiami.so.mi: iti:sni:ci:s. wretch levels exalted hopes and robes tlio wholo civilized world iu sable If there bo a spot on earth wlicro tho instability of human nflairs is epitomized hourly, it is ia tho composing-roon- i of a daily nowspapcr. Potion Traveller. tar eo hoi ablnoa, I laugh at the lote and pride of man. At the eophtat echoole and the learned dan; For Uat are ihej all. In their high conceit, When man In the biuh with Ood mar mcctl Yvtk! Gmf-l- WurU. of Stanford, located at StanThe A lawyer of somo distinction, who has ford, InNational BankH'rotutkj, lacloalnKtip III aftheSlaleot and other (retlltor nf aald an ofilco on Pemberton Square, who was fair. All Aaauclallon are thertfor htrchjr notified lo pren of moro or less prominence during tlio vent the note and other eliliu galmt the Kr., Oct. J, Uatod, wnr, having at ono timo somo authority IMJ. lor parmcnU JXO. J.BUulord. ncltOIII'.UTN, Uutiler in Now Orleans, and who has in later er Aatocl-atlo- okx. uuTLKirs icr.aiiKT. NOTICE ! Hating determined to locate my fimlly In Islir vegetaMe ail frre TIiH t'repaiwilnn I ngton. Ky.. I wlllener for i lath hlghett Md-dr- r, i fi,,ni all ,,.! ni vr dan. r a. ,i iteitrv on U u aiMi'iui. tr Titai . . I Mr. ,i ki,t,.rwm rnm u,e huhxm tt ,,, It i n I i,iMeiitig iu MONDAY, NOVEMUi:il . (I. 18H2, lheni'tdll'eieit t. v U nnA thitn-- n ltl uke It ree.lur a liny w, l u,. iwnra. mm li .hmill It lo rery Sll HandMine Itnidencee. all the leeated reeemm-nllreul can proiieriy in nunietn. inree or them nearly new, aply It win, Mfriy and rrkliiia' eye liHr and all of them well Inipraml They rw mwoe-euple- it fee. ami fnrow apt rite wi nnevrt.l.rtnlr eiivee the gralniKle t,r tlie llltl, oi.ee II I. the a,iJy by It. (I. Alford, V. J. AmlMMiy, Key Clew-ar- t, ewrm AllVer that I. I. eiMinl In Ukr lutupln Dr. Wllwn, (leo. II. Bruiw and my wlf. ,WWH. 1 !. (HIM M,I ft) 'Irate r al twenty are Taaui: Une-lhlr- d rtuh, lalanco In r.,uil pay- CTWH. irTKU,!, ment, one and two yean; S errnt Inlereit Irwu Mannviure hr C. I'lloilHt: CO. Bate will eoinuieneeal 10 o'clwk a. H. al date. O&r; 00 .T.Km nlrrtf, l.multrlllr, Hi. rnldenre of (left. II. Bruce. Bale torlllie, n.l A I Atlltka. I'er aale In Hlinlocl ,y don't you target II. IV. CIIAIIJ. lt lkee,r rxr -- An exchango contains a long artiolo entitled, "Was Hamlet Mad?" Well, Hamlet didn't seem to liko it very well that his father had been murdered and tho murderer had married his mother, butyou can't judgomuch byappcarancos. Ho may have been tickled half to death' to think that tho old mau had been so neatly slugged. -- Peck's Sun. .iflnt. XUK UUASOX FOU THE FAITH THAI WAS IX Mil. Tho Trustees of a school onco offered a prize to tho scholars iu it for tho lest jf composition.. All tho lxys wero com- atlpSletlftq write, and were 'allowed to XcliooKf theirown subjects, Ono boy declared that ho could not do it. Ho could not think of anything to writo about Nevertheless, ho was obliged to Jeop'ino" pno of tho uuwilling oonipo- tifors. When tho day of trial caino, ho read his composition, or rather a part of it, for ho was not permitted to read it began: "My composition is r about spring. Spring will soon bo hero. How do I know that? Because U came last year, nud tho year beforo that, nni Uio year beforo that Tho grass will . 'anon grow green and tho trees put forth leaves. Because tho grass grow green, and tho trees put forth leaves last year, and tho year beforo that, and tho year Lboforothat .And tho littlo lambs will come, nud they'll gambol and play and liavo a good timo. How do I know that? Bocauo the littlo lainl3 gamboled last year, and tho year beforo that, and tho year before that, and tho year beforo thut" "That will do, Johnny." inter-rupt- e(l n Tnuteo, tired of tho iteration, ami Johnny marched from tho stago to his seat, roiotiug, "Aud tho year beforo that, ami. tho year beforo that." Tho HluiTioqco seroamwl vhli laughter, but .Johnny's coiaiwaitiou did not gain tho I b nl.IIo prlfcrt. Tho mouth ot drill,' iloro, is open tho. at all hours. gossip, like n TUX DECUBASB OV.riLZAOES, A. JtATIOXAZ, XUISAXCK. Tho last census showed tho decrease A napkin ring King what? Exof tho population in villages in tho change Tlio abovo is tho stylo ot a joko that United States. This somo decrcoso is is making onr beloved land tho corral now deplored in England. It is said that for a vast herd of idiots who ought to bo peoplo congregate in towns, bocauso poisoned and thrown into tlio moaning lifo in town is really moro decent, moro agreeable and mpro profitable Wo sea. Tho class of facetious individuals who should liko to know tho test of tho argudo not know enough to dio of rcmorso ment Thero is somo truth in it, and is gradually increasing. Tho country ia that lies in tho two words, " publlo opincursed nt presout with tho vast epidemic ion." Public opinion makes many peoof this kind of mirth that mako per- -' ple rcspcctablo that othcrwiso would not lo bo; thoy dare not givo way to indition yawn. Most any kind of a criminal can bo dulgences becauso thopubliaeyo is upon brained with a piano leg and thrown into them, when they would freely do so, thoyiolding bosom of a cranberry marsh, wcro no such correcting medium about but how aro you going to brain u man Then tho homes of country jxioplo nro with a head liko a peanut, nud who don't so poor nnd wretched often, that thoy prefer tho sound walls of a tenement know a wedgowood joko from a houso to tho tumble-do- wn shanty of a sarcophagus? villago, and would rather livo in closo How aro you going to brain a man who never know what a brain quarters with others than drag out their was? How can you knock a poor worm days in miscrablo loneliness. Tho congregating ot human beings is ono of tho of tho dust sensoloss when ho hasn't rouit features ot tho coming generation, been any other way sinco ho was AX AUTHOR'S XA1CK. born? Whou Auorbach, tho German novel-1s- t, About tho only way wo soo is to drain was a young man ho was pcrsuadod Lako Superior and then collect tliouo gibbering idiota in tho dccirat place, to try his luck iu a lottery. Ho dreamed spread about four acres of boiled iron mat 17,GH was tho lucky number. Ho over them, and then let tho water back disoovord that this hod been ia tho iws-scssion oi a rich family, who had played into tho lako. 1UU JVJg, with it for sixty years, oud who, al"Wnr,' said tho esthetic editor ns ho though it had drawn nothing, would not camo into tho sanctum, " U my cigar part with it. Tho agent offered him 85 and 17,687, which, in spite of a warn-in- g inteuso?" "Givoitup,"saidEphmim. that a refusal of tickets under such "Because it's too nil butt." remarked Ii li, plaintively. His placo is now circumstances was unlucky, Auorbach refused, nud from a packago of tlckota vacant drew No. 1. No. 1 won nothing ; but "Thbiib is ono IhiDg I want to say for 17,683 camo ont with tho capital prizo loor old Hinipktns," remarked u brother of 150,000 Prussian dollars. Auerboch Journal nt tho funorul; "if ho was a never afterward permitted himself to liur, ho wan a gentlemanly liar." lo tempted. moss-cover- ed 17,-6- years been spoken ot in connection with College. tho Massachusetts Governorship, was n waited upon by a colored STANFOItn, KY. lawyor of tho Charlostown district, who introduced to tho would-b- o Governor n With Full Corps of Teachers, colored brother from North Carolina. will open Tho visitors wero very courteously re- Thl Initltutlon Jlnodij InHa Thirteenth Neulon on I be Id bepteiuher licit. ceived nnd nil was sercno till tho North Carolinian explained that his mission ALL TUB BUAHCUES UK A was to raiso funds to aid in starting a newspaper in his State in tho interests THOROUGH ENGLISHCOURSE of tho colored people Then thero was Are taught, a well a an explosion rivaling that which a tor- MUBIU. TUB ItANOUAOEH. DJtAU-INmight furnish. pedo nnd a powder-boa- t AND FAINTINfJ. When tho smoko had cleared away and words succeeded to facial expression, thoy wcro these (tho tono of voice to bo In Tuition, price range from 143 to l& Iu lb imagined, but not described): "Ot ular Dt'iartiucnt. f'rluiarr. IW. Intermedial! 110, and Collegiate, 150. two tilings that I regret during all my 3V; freparatoiT, career in tho army, ono is that I novcr for full particular, a to Hoard, ac.,JJrM SIKH. H. V. T11UKIIi:AI(T. I'rlurlj.nl, hanged an editor I" Ponton Herald. SUriTor J, Lincoln Co., K j. An exchango says ten plagues of a nowspapcr oflico aro bores, poots, rats, cranks, cockroaches, typographical er&, rors, exchange fiends, book canvassers, delinquent subscribers and tho men who kuow how to run tho paper better than tho editor himself. IntuectSept.21, 1882. CASUXRlir. SHAWLS, CINCINNATI BOUTIIEItN DIVISION. No. 17. No.6. No.3. No. I Every ono knows that tlio Cashmoro x Da'j Iial- - lulljr shawls which figure so froquontly ns . Bun Jr. STATIONS. Ij Bun. I'.JI. I'.JI. AM. wedding presents from tho Queen aro " " part of tho annual tribute paid by tlio Lrc Cincinnati. 10 g 4U cm ii .. S S3 10 " Georgetown -Maharajah of Cashmere na on ac 7 03 Islington ..... UWIMU li 7 31 " Mcbulillle..- knowledgement of tho suzerainty of tho Vltti . HU 7 W U20 12 7 " High. Bridge . Empress of India ; but ovcry ono docs " l)anillle........ ..... U57 S 20 1G ..... 12 47 ar S So 1 20 " Juncllou CUT..... not know in wluit dens of squalid misHoineraet t 'ii No. 15 100 I'olut Uurualdo.... ..- 2 SO A.M. g(0 ery nnd by what a physically dobilltatod coa IrSU 7 5u llockwoud ......... -7 32 8 2J Bprlug Cllr raco theso shawls aro produced. Tho a 30 ... fito U I02S agriculturists nnd boatmen of tho de- Arr. Chattanooga Ne.13. No.2. No. 4. od valloy nro physically a flnoracb licious I'.M.I A.M. A.M. x.u. tho men robust, tho womon fair to look A.fe. Chattanooga- 001 7 30 7 Mi 7 0S 7 SOl ., " Bprlug City U upon. But in ovory 8 40r 7(0110 08 ltockwood villago tho pbyslquo of tlio wretched 1140 162 l'olnt llurmMe... ' Boiuorkct.... ........ ... 103 A.M. 2 13 workers is painful to observe. Long S0 ' Junction Cltjr tSl U 8(0 3 33 ' Hmnllle-- .. ......... lit 0 10 341 hours pf work, in crowded and 4 11 High llrldi; 311 611 431 NIctiolMTllle 8 33 rooms, with poor, ray wrotehed, 7 03 303 ' Ixlnglon.. ....... 03i 003 pay, havo mado tho of (lnorgetown... est (2a 733 3 20 10 23 7 40 C3o 700 Cashmere moro shadows of men. It is Arr. Clnclunatl ........ ALAIIAMA (UIIIATBOUTIIKKN. A.M. painful to soo their pallid absolutely 1100 Cbittanooi;a........... faces and weak, forms ; nnd Le. Allilla. ....... 1263 lilruilrjtbaul. 3 13 ,. although tho Government ot India has " Tuicaluoea ........ " , 3 33 moved somowhat to bettor their condi- Arr. Meridian.. ..m -1000 30 tion, it is one ot the few sad sights in Le. Meridian " ., j .. 37 tho " Kashmiribcuazir," or tho unrivaled , " Ihruilugbam ... ... 11221 " ..I ,, I 2 60 Cashmcro of tho Persian poets. Trade Arr. Allalla.. ...... ,... I ... Chattanooga..... eso VICKHDUUd ANU MKUHJIAN. It always makes a boy crazy with dis- Lto. Merldlau ., , io20 appointment when ho sees a Koreit .. ... uiso " Hrandon. j ... I j 2 68 -dog ruuuing along tho yellow I, I " 368 j 130 road to go for a stono about tho sizo of Arr. VI(ail)urg...........M .. , goo ... 1. egg and discover it to bo frozen in i.i. Vlck.burg........... an " Jacanon. .... 10 41 tho ground so hard that it can't bo " llraudou J. .11128 Koreat. 1 41 ruiBod by a picknx. Puck. i .... .. Arr. Meridian 4 43 Stanford Female a well-know- Merioj! JoHi'iiail t h: b O TERMS MODERATE. Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific Railway. -- STE3!L3MC- TIIinvCIB TI.IBIIilBI Hal-e- JOB PRINTING OFFICE to Is Proparod i do nil kinds orrriutiiig in tlio Best of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. MANNING'S ILLUSTRATED UUtt 1 ..... ... I, '1 ii ill 1 11 ..... ,.. ...... . .. -- il SU 1 i.MMirf lllua.rllkaga. ooSfStEo0 trmtrAt. It UU STOCK-ROOK- 1 I 4 tvMlfnit4tew ert 1mm41 AftUUif f Ilr.(,ilil. xt4 ff. llifklvlktlawrMj Mr - f VtMrUeir ollraia Work aeVaeuLI WMel aL Btt. iW fwll ' uU.Wf U. ila. J, W kl.4 fc eih hiilSeiHllagI ierrtt gt ijka Vr.olJia.t ka4 Mhtn Yirmit. 144 rati UTTllII A U It II "'- LftftN d.trlt tHr mil 1ft71ihM..ltiiiiliTI ttflri.a " MBnWHBHfla. - lr Hararola. .f fhlia4iikkia I' w' I ANDRFTHS'PEOMEESEEDS ttrilanilaoiuo illiulrnted 3I1!HCIIAM, own Fnrme Culaloguo uud Kurul Itt'sUtrr l'ltHi: Til AI.IM HliNI) VH YOL'lt UUHIMMS (JAltllS I'Olt TltAUK I.I1T. shawl-producin- g 11 11 SEEDS Pnrthn MEWCHAMTonourHowPInn SEEDS For tho MARKET GARDENER FAMILY For tho SEEDS SEEDS CrOWn byPRIVATE on our "iiranluna DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS.PMLADELPHIA Bhawl-worko- 11 ............ .. ..... .,' ..,3 .. . EDWARD WILDER'S and Agu, lalrmlllnl Fer, Dumb Ague, Dytpepili, Kvvcr all to euro Complaint, Indigtltioe, Colio and Flu. It will ( nro Coilinu. II u 0 aalo Alliritii and Tenia, a tnlld and Dlighlful Invlgoranl for DtlicaU Womin, a poweilul rrcu-ran- t alter tho (fame boa Ut-i- i debllllatvd aud rvducvd by ilckncu, ail excellent appetizer, glrc tone to tho dlgcillvo organ, pivveula Malaria, bracea up tho lyitiia, itrengtbena tho portal circulation aud clean tho wholo animal economy from tho accdaof dUcaao. Tho alUihtcat attack ot (oTcr may bo a prelude to tho wont, and tho remedy that would conquer It wbltat It l'artlcu-larl- y , li yet In lta commencement, may bo of no valuo when It U at lu full development, la thla tho cao with pcrnoni around whom the pettlfcroua luUucncoof Mal.rli cllugi lu tho form o( Dumb Chilli, Brow Ague, Painful Splttn, and Walk 8iomch. Kor tlio Curo of all tho abovo Dlkcosci thla proration itatid unrlvalod, and IU guud and permanent effect aro attcatod by thousand!, and lt la recommended alike by tho atilcit medical men and tho mlnUlry. TRY IT, all you that am afflicted, and bo convinced oi IU wondirful tawcr and beneficial elTocU. three-corner- ed .... J(kon.....,. ..... .... ..... .... Fr Ur . , . . 1 BIIIIEVKI'OIIT AND l'ACIFIC. Stoiuus for children used to begin ; YlCKaBUnO, .... Vlclttburg ........ - . 11030 " "Onco upon a timo there lived" Lt. Delta 12 ..- .- Monro. death,' ahouted llattlcsnako Jim," or Lt. Delta " Arr. Vlcatburg words to that offuet. TnKUB aro moro than 3,000 tclophonoa iu Boston. Tho peoplo have n regular " hello" of a timo when thoy all get to talking at once Tcxui Siftlnps, Now thoy liegin : " Vengeance, blood, Arr. Monroe ...., ... . .... 6 30 1731) 12 80 I 200 lt JOHN 8COTT, V. I. and (Jen. Man. Cln Sou. K'r, Cincinnati, Ohio; K. 1'. WM.MON, (1. H aud IN A. Cln. Bou. K'r. Cincinnati. U.t II, COI.U llltAN, (1. 1'. A. A. (I. rl. Il'r. Cuittiuo.a.TtiOli. j. iiAUur, Y.u r. a y. ali,n. ur, V.,THitnuri H. 4 I'. A. MtdUllIK, Mle.i J OK STOMACH BITTERS Vnv Hulo In Htunt'ord It', Monroe, ! ly X'onny V: AltiAllHtor.