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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 17, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882101701_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: October 17, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Send 10 VOLUME w. P.WALTON. T. R. X.-NUMBEJl 111 AUSTIN (S! mtefiif Sonfiuu. L7 , 510. Pitts nnd 1 WILLIAM STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER Doing Home at Last. They were sitting in the waiting After Mating a Confession of His Crutl Munfer, room of tho depot together tho dapAnd Eihorit Against and per littlo mau who looked ns though Enl Companions, ho might bo n commarcial traveler, and tho great rough fellow, whoso The Contest Man that Erer Met an Ignoble Death. cowhide boots, shaggy garments and broad, brown Mexican hat, told that (From Ikteiiok JouRNir hxlrtof Friday EXPIATES HIS CRIME tthitif-Orinking iftcr-noo- n, 1882. NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 87. Editor end Proprietor MLTOH, Butinttt Manager tho rttlif JYifdiys, l'nlitlnliril Tiirmtlnvn HJ.no IM311 .A.NNIIM. THE FATE OF THE JAMES OANO. "Till: WAOKS OK SIN 18 linATII." "Timo mnkos nil things even," 'til Raid niul nono know lliis better than tlio friends nnd acquaintances oi tlio gang of plunderer known oi tlio Jniocs anl Younger. To ho sure, it has takena good deal of patience and many Uvea havo been but in tlio end tlio majority of tlio men who for years lived in open defiftiico of tlio law havo been tnailc to (col its power nn.l nro now either dead or in tlio penitentiary. Kvcry'nmn named In tlio following Hat was at one. timo n friend, nlottor and nisociato of'tlio James boysmud known in connection with Missouri train and bank robberies. Hud McDanids was ono of tlio gang who robbed tho Kaunas Pacific train nt Mimcio, bovcii miles from Kaunas City. Ho was arrested on Main st., Kansas City nnd for safe keeping was taken to Lawrence, Kansas, where ho broko jail, lleing hunted to tho woods he was at last shot by a German farmer nnd died in tho Lawrence jail. Thonison McDanicls was also n Muncio train rob1cr, with his brother, ilo assisted in tho robbery of the Hun tington, W. Vn bank and was shot and killed whilo Hoeing from tho ofli .) l, mercial traveler attompted to strike up n conversation. "Got long to wait?" ho asked in a reverent, waiting lover may speak safefriendly tone. "'Bout an hour," wns tho short an ly, for his timo has como. So says a swer. gushing exchange; but, aa things go "Going far?" tho young man may speak "Nigh unto a hundred milo back as soon as ho likes, .provided his adWishes lo Inform bis Patrons of Stsnfonl ami Tlclnitjr that he list rrmlrrd into tho kentry." dresses aro backed by a handsome bank "Yes, whero?" tho girl knows it to bo so. account, aud Goods, A Splendid Stock of and "Stranger, I'm going homo. Home.'' A Chicago paper reports that Gen. "So I Been away long 1" first-clastyle. Satisfaction guarPhil Sheridan receives an average of "Which he guarantees to make np in "'Bout ten years." anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. to attend "Ten years, nnd now you nro going 1,200 invitations a year I know public gatherings ns a lion, but novcr Jack Bishop was ono of tho gang, homo Well, that's pleasant. I tho sort except and when ho fled to Colorado ho killI'm only away about n month nt a goes to nuy thing of army reunions, whero he can havo "a is now n fugitivo ed au ofliccr, and time, jet when I come back I'm as good timo with tho boys." This is from justice. er. , happy as a gosling in a If this country pays Phil a TheLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.CLOOKS, JEWELRY Dora Fox was wanted for tho Richsenti- shirking. Fact, you wouldnjt think I'm mond robbery, and in trying to arrest mental, yet when I'm on my way big salary to bo an ornament aud AND BIiWEICWAItE ed Sheriff J.M. Itigginbothamand Marshal dinners, him tho o Hi cere killed his brother, homo tho cars novcr seem to go fast givo tono to club and public Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. 73101168, Clocks and Hinglcton, who went at once to tho acene. why doesn't ho do it? Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. who was nlso n member of tho band. Suspicion had already been directed to enough, and I can't think of any Pay no Jones was ono of tho terrors Auatln aa the murderer, and when, on a thing but home, home, all tho time RICHMOND of Jackson county. Jim Crow Chiles little doner scrutiny, atalniof blood w re I'm there. My, but I'd liko to bo in !$Ti "M m mrar?jii m m m) n n WX 4Traa rtl , had an idea that ho was going to steal found on his panta and boots, he waa Im- your shoes for a bhort time, just to during the mediately arreated, and his hones and killed him. feel how happy you must be. Folks ccrs. Inquest, which waa held that night by ? Jim Crow Chiles had n dispute in all well, I suppose." Cole,. Jim and Dob You ngor) were 'Squire Iloyle, made aereral ineffectual ...... I a. I Ih DI1imAn.1 "Stranger, I'm going back to bo at i nave inxuu; m miluuiuuu 1na anil Bo -- .. in numerous train ru'bbcrics and at tho streets of Independence and was to escape. The Incinesl adjourned complete Planing Mill, anil am prepared to furuUh Northfield, Minn., wcro captured and shot and killed by a young man with without a rerdlct at 10 o'clock, and Austin my mother's funeral; It's ten years, ererj kind of nro now serving life sentences in the whoso father ho (Chiles) was argu waa taken to jail till the following morning, ten long, long years since I saw her MATERIAL! ing. when it waa returned. Further examinalast, and then I went away saying I BUILDERS' Stillwater penitentiary. Arch Clements was ono of Jcsso tion of the body ahowed that the face bore Chas. Pitta, Hill Uhadwell and Clell James's inlimnto companions nnd Ar- numerous Imprints of a boot heel, aa if the never wanted to seo her again. I did OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. Flooring, Miller went from Missouri after the chie Samuols, killed the night n hand wretch had atamped her aaahe lay In her that to my mother. But I was not WcntlicrbonrilliiK, , Otterv'tllo train robbery, oil tho Mis- grcnado was thrown into Mrs. Samu- death throe. Austin's boot heel not onlr much moro than a boy then, and I Dooi-hNllHll, IIIIiiiIh, I.iUliw, II embraces Staple and Fancy Groceries Patent and Family souri Pacific, and wcro killed at tho els' house by Pinkerton'a detectives, had blood on It, but a number of gray haira didn't know what I was doing. It Flour, Meal, Ilacon and Lard, Tobacco and CigarM, Wood SIiIiirIch. ItlotiltliugH, Ntalr- which compared exactly with the hair of was ray mother, but I am not to bo tifno of tho Northfield bank robbery. was named for him. Clements was en, Willow nnd Tinware, Glass and QucciiKwnre. C'anueil llobbj Korry was ono of tha "green, killed while fleeing from thclttchmond the Jeail woman. The chain of circum-atanti- blamed too harshly. And after I WITH, cVC eridence waa now ao complete that As I sell at prices such as I lie iboio articles can 10 GoodH of all kinds a HncciaUy. Itcnicmbcr (he place, "Tho engaged iu tho Ottcrvillo train horns" went away I never sent a letter home lioucnt in 1.QU1BTI1IP, imcinnsii. or uiuvr wnu.c bank robliery. the leant idea that he waa innocent was I am sure I ran make It to your fet robbery on the Missouri Pacific road not ono, but I always meant to. Sbo t.l liniiaM. patronize home Institutions, I am Corner Mtorc." Taiitaro to and he waa taken back to jail, and Georgo Todd, ono of Quantrell's also a prfictlcsl in 1870. IFo was sent to tho pcuiton most fearless nnd bloodthirsty men, bait of course rcfuaed. The excitement used to writo mo such affair waaalblood heat, and threata letters that I, great rongh miner that tlary for ten years. was killed near Independence during orer the loud ami long were made Of lynching the I was, couldn't keep tho tears back. Clarence Ilite, a cousin of Jesse Price's raid by federal soldiers. Ami am rrrrurrj to furnlili designs anil estimates prisoner, but upon promise that the case James, was both at I ho Winston nud ).ti!Mlnr.nil allklnd.nr arroll Jim Anderson and Hedge Reynolds should lie tried at the court then about to You see I didn't writo because I was r. That I sin doing no small business, vork. Ixjudj- can Hluo Cut robtaries. Ho was lictray. that I would soon oil irom ine laci mat mj oaoK account ruui uwm always wcro chased from Clay comity to Tex- convene, it waa gtren up. Twice during DIULKK IN tt Ami in ? rmo rwr vivk. would go od by llob Ford, arrested in Tenuous Contracting anit building: done promptly and at as, aud shot down liko dogs by tho of- the term waa I he case continued to glre the striko it rich, and then I DltUGS, BO OKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. old folks llfiDg prices. Autiress C H. NTAl'rOHU, was sentenced to ficers co, plead guilty and defense further time, and finally Judge homo and just show tho of tho Lonu Star State. apecial term for the trial of what money nnd ease was, but but rbjslcians' Prescriptions sccursttljr compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. tho penitentiary for twenty fivo years. Hill Anderson was at both tho Lib- Owsley fixed a CONDENSED TIME. the case, to begin February 13th. It waa stranger, I put it off too long; I was Wood Ilito was at tho Qlcndnle, erty and Richmond robberies, and jury obtained To aoa grain in corn land or any onfmary land nopreparation u needed vhert this implement going homo next week. I was goiug Winston and Itltio Cut robberies, nnd lied with Jcsso Jamej.and Colo Young- commenced that day and a iiutd; iimfjy drire into tlie field and go lo work tcedtng. & after 160 men had been examined. The and I had enough to surprise 'cm, nt Ulendalo wns the mysterious "Hob" er to Howard county. Ho afterward eiidence adduced at the Inquest was at that tfmo going under tho nnmo oi returned to Ray county and was kill- lengthened and commented, and at 9 r money to make their old age comfort- llAILKOAl) LINE. nble, but stranger, sho went homo be Ilobcrt Grimes. After Hluo Cut he ed near Richmond. M. Friday night the jury returned a verdict-oTRAINS aOINO NOIITH. & lied to Kentucky, killed an officer nud guilty ami fixed Austin's punishment at fore I did." Jim Inmann was ns fearless and Ex. Hun, Mascu 1, Ml. death. With the Indifference that had Mo., where ho wiped his homey, And returned to llay county, despcrato n man ns Qunntrell. had iu S 00 am lllcbinoDil.... since the murder, he Three First-Clas- s SCO One. Implements Combined in turn bo was killed by Bob Ford and his command. Ho escaped from Mis- characterized htm ' hand across his eyes. There was Lto. Lancaster...- .' 7 10 " aid with a smile: "Well, il'a no use to " LlTln(itoa... silenco for a few minutes theu he conDick Liddil. Crab Orchard- -' l 10 " souri with Frank James, Juo. Young- cry over it. Hut I want ercrr man on that " KunlorJ... taking the bett and Ed. Miller, whose brother was kill er and Quantrcll, and was killed in jury to be at the hanging I want to talk tinued: tlbr 95 "' Jrcry cn) etUtivated, clteapext implement ever produced. An implement that it indiqKnsaltc in SS DsnTllle Junction of me for that, ' "Don't think worse ed at Northfield, joined Jeo .lames 10 OS " The execution waa fixed for Apr. Mltchellsuur. ' to him. . Kentucky. 11 00 bo a man grown, but iusnon.....HM..H....... filed some 30 odd ex- stranger; I may in 1877. Ho was at tho first Ulen13 10 pm h'eir llsieiu ............ C. W. Quantrcll, tho noted gueril 18, bnt Ida attorneys 11 47 " Lebanon Junction.. ceptions and took the case to the Court of I can't keep tears out of my eyes; Arr. Cincinnati dalo robbery and in the spring of 1881 J 10 " la, murderer and robber, started from AppeaR This stayed the execution nnd they will come. You seo I was tho " Loulitllle-- .. Junction.. " -. was murdered .by Jcaso Jamos whilo tho Hlackwatcr on his raid into KanIn June the County Judge fearing that ef- youngest. I was tho baby, Act boy, TRAINS GOING SOUTH. asleep. sas at tho timo Lawrenco was sacked forts would be made to release or mob Aus- she used to call me; and when I grew x. Bun. Hill Hyau was nrrestod iu Touness Maacu 1, '. nnd over 100 citizens murdered. Frank tin, he waa ordered to be taken to Rich- up I wanted to see the world, to seo Lie. LouIstIIL..... ....-- .. S SO a u -- .... oo nnd brought back to Jackson counmond for safe keeping. Hearing this, he James accompanied him, but Jcsso ...............-..- . . 2 OS p"m sho wanted me to stay at Lie. bUuford..... J 68 ty nnd tried for robbing tho Chicago did not join tho gang until Into iu tho borrow rd a razor from a fellow prisoner and life, but " Crab Orchsrd..... - ... ... 10 " and LWIiiplou was Arr, .. A Alton train nt Glondalo aud is now fall of 1803. Quantrcll was killed in mule an tneflrclusl attempt to kill himself, homo, and I . I 60 Lie. Lancaster .. " it hurt so 'badly that he stopped after and I went away, but I always dream- Arr. Richmond. but serving a twenty fivo years' sentence Kentucky. severing the outer jugular rein and he was ed of coming back, and here, when I Tucker Hacham wns nlso u UlenJohn Younger, tho eldest of the fa- taken up the same day, where he has been was ready, it was. too late 1, Ah PULLMAN PALACE CABS dalo train robber, but wns pardoned mous brothers, was shot aud killed till Thurfday last. Sulky Harrow snd Seeder The Albion can't help it," and the re- ToMeuipbts, Llltls Ilocr, Mobile, Monljomcry, stranger, I that his testimony might bo used to by Capt. Lull of Pinkerton's agency. and New Orleans. For lata money than required to obtain a grain drill, uhich can only be ulilUol in on crop, The Execution turned miner bowed his head on his Emlgrsnts toTeass hate thelrchotceortvoroutes: convict Ryau. Ilo is supposed tohave Lull in return was riddled with buckTla Memphis or la New Urleaos. Tims much thii implement can be had, ichiehu ill put in all kindtoftmatt grain in the very bat manner in Lancaster, Oot. 13. Three thousand bauds nud was silent. quicker snd rates lower than 1 any other lest time and villi less labor than the best grain drill made. been killed near Grent Hond.Kas., by shot and afterwards died. people, embracing women and little child route. It la also the But the other said nothing. There a member of Jet so Jamo's gaug beforo all comes Jcsso James, who ren are crowded here to get a glimpse of the Last of QUI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST neck breaking of William Austin fur waa a lump iu his throat prevented, tho Jailer's death, for nearly tweuty years terrorized this lerfal points In Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, a and as he looked toward the window Rout, to allIowa, Nebraska, Colorado. Arksnsss. Indlsna, Dick Liddil was raised iu Jackson section of tho continent, to bo betray- tho murder of hi grand aunt. The Only on chsng. to Cnlrsgo, St. Louis and Kstt. is situated In the rear of the ail aud ho mado a proteneo of wiping his foreFor further Information about tickets to the county and joined Jesto James iu 1877. ed and finally killed by Robert Ford, aa stands higher than the plank fence it Mouth, Ksnsss, Colorado, an I eoilgrsut rstesto head with his handkerchief, but it was C. 1'. ATM Oil B. Florlds, sddress Ho took part in tho threo following a boy not yet of age. Jcsso Jumes that enclose it, all will be able to see. lien. Pass, and Ticket Aft., Louisville, Kr. to coticeal tho moisture that canio traiu robberies and at Winston with mado lioth Robert and Charlie Ford When we arrive a little before twelve, the only Or F. J. Anthonj, Agt., Stanford. Kr. unbidden in his eyes. Clarcnco Jlito, crawled out upou the What tuoy nro, ami tor three years word paaseit through the crowd that the made a confession to Ids condemned has cngino nnd fired somo shots iuto tho made their home his rendezvous. If Mr, Folger is able to ruu for the THE NEW ROUTE EAST, VIA spiritual adviser Iters. It. It. Noel and J. coveted oflico with the heavy load of o cab. Ho surrendereil to Sheriff A Protection rr.oM FitOBTU. A It. IVeplcs. Showing our ticket we pass ! fraud which his friends havo put on iu January, 1882 nud his subcold snap usually comes in early au- the line of heavily armed guaid and arc rtrs his shoulders, ho is a stronger tnau sequent history is familiar to ull. Ho Position of Teeth and later will at work. tumn, after which thero nro weeks of mk.li in the presence ol the doomed man. than wo think, or as some ono says, the bett Jorrou in the vorld, one that trill do mure uork Then by Jdaehino the Seeder yM hart is now awuitlug trial for tho Mussel He Is standing at hUcell door and extends tho finest days iu the year. It thereground HI. in once going orer the ewe. than an irdinary harrow irill tn a duttn, betides doing lAe ttuk 'a locomotive iu tro isers." The re bis baud for a cordial shake. After a few Shoals robbery at Huutsvillo, Ala. otter and mth more fore pays to tako somo pains to protect irrelevant remarks, we ask htm if he baa ligious papers aro dissecting him, the Cliorlcs Ford mado his debut as a tho moro tender plants during two or made a confession. He say he has and THE ONLY LINE UUNNINU moral sense of the community repudt. train robber at Hluo Cut nud was threo or four frosty nights, that their will repeat It to every body from the rcaf ales him aud the chances are tbat no present ntSt. Joseph when his brother bloom may bo enjoyed afterwards. A fold after dinner. At the suggestion of will go down "as though ho were sudshot aud killed Jeeso James. light sheet, or ovcu newspapers spread some newspaper men he agrees to let It be denly taken with a desire to see the Kccno was arrested for parJack down now, It ta in hla own words as WITH over beds of geraniums, coleut, etc, taken N. Y. Herald. roots of tho grass." fol low j ticipating in the Huntington, W. Va., will savo them. A group of cannas Pullman Sleeping Coaches! Tilts la my dying bank robbery whon Thomp. McDan Mrs. Lizzio Walloy, convicted at CONPKSSloN. may in this way bo kept in its beauty, iels was killed. Ho is only kuown by I did murder my aunt Delay llland,on the Nashville and sentenced to a term of whilo, if left unprotected, the luxurihis alias, Jack Keeno, and is serving a January. Whisky a the sole three years iu tho peuiteutiary for al From LOUISVILLE ant growth is cut down by tho frost and 20th of laat fourteen year's sonteuco. cause of It. I had nothing In the world leged co habitation with Owen Preu uusightly. Any ono against her; I had no motive in the world soon becomes To WASHINGTON, Goorgo Shepherd was ono of the editor of tho World, is who has gouo to all the care aud toil to kill her. I loved her like a mother. tiss, gang who robbed IheHussellville, Ky., TUUOUU1IT1IK Position of Teeth and Later while not In use. of bringing a fine bod of tender plants Hhe has alway been a a mother to me. 1 said to bo a niece of the distinguished bank in 1808 nud being arrested ser- Gen. llragg. It is hinted Grandest Scenery in America! JJlerjtlanting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thoroughly pulnriu the soti, eullinh to perfection, should certainly uso am 25 rear old, I did not rob heror take Confederate vod his soutenca in State's prison In und destroy the weeds fit fVo roueof torn at a time, a thing that no ether cultivator trill do. overy precaution to preservo tho plants any money or other things from her. When that Prentiss will bo released ou bond Connecting direct In l'enn. Pepot for At first slated, here u an viipurmrat mat can oo tutu in every ctvj h and seevy get . saw. 1870 he claimed to havo shot Jesse I got home from the still house I saw the and that tho case against him will a it, 'urwer, come celled in none by any other impleuient;durable and aimjite. as long as possible James iu tho back of tho hoad, but ax at the wood pile aud then the awful uever come to a trial. Baltimore,Philadelphia&N. Y. pit and try it. If it does not do what claim for it, we do not Irani your money. Farmer's boots, when damp, as they thought came orer me to take It and kill tho story wasfulso.us has been proven. GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agent, stamen., Ky. The Onlr Mrect Una to Young man, don't pay tho minister 11. II, WEARKN, Agt., Richmond, Ky, Shepherd is now living in Kansas Ci- often will bo in winter, and taken off my great aunt. I did take it and when I H". X. WITHERS, A'jt., Ianauter, Ay. Virginia Hutl Ike atnight, will often shriuk iudryiug and gut into her room, she was silting at the over 510. You need all your curreu. aUKKS A WILLIAMS, Aiti., Uudonvdlt, Ay. ty. of corn this season Irank James, siuco tho war, lias be very stiff and difficult to put on iu fite knitting. I first eat down near the fits cy tho first time Helena puts her Tickets ara on sale, at prlndpal Tkket Otllccs, Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I hurt cultimUdmy crop ketiUitumthai tf isuitk At the M and several minute thereafter I arose wllh dimpled arms around your neck and aDdsttliaticneislOIBcaoMheU. 4 O, JUll.sy, Albion Cumblned Cultitalor, Harrow and Seeder and can say uithout been an ablo second to his brother tho morning. If tho boots, when ta harrow or cultivator I have ever seen. (Xm jivw ten acre of corn a day uUh all aus. It doe its al 310 Went Mulu Nirt, luUvillw. the ax and struck her with the sharp edge Jeeso, aud in all tho bunk aud traiu ken off, aro filled with oats, this will trado of! two kisses for a For further Information, address J. .C. KUNoT, vork)rftctly, and 1 w cheerfully recommend it to my farmer friends. Ihos It. Wunlyonsry. of It. Thia 1 all I recollect about the tries lo Now Orleans Pica Ueneral tioutuwtilcra Ageul, Loulsillle. robberies, tho two clung to each oth- prevcut shrinking and they will dry killing. 1 hare no excuu on earth to offer spring bounot. 'Jb sow grain tcith this Seeder no titru hund in tuirtd to clean it (torn filthat this is oil done II, W. t'UM.fcH, (I. W.NMIT1I, er. by the driver without stofifiing or getting off hit seat. At Northfield, whero Miller, iu their proper shapo. for thl fearful deed. I want my fate to be yiiuo. Ueu'llWr AgH. Ueii'l tlauajsr, Chadwolf wcro killed nnd three Youngcrs captured, Jcsso nnd I' rank only escaped, Lrank lioing Ho wan tied upon a badly wounded. horso by ,Tco nnd for 100 miles tho two wcro followed by detectives, but finally threw their pursuers off tho trail. Ho is now iu jail nt Jefferson City, Mo. Jim Gumming formerly lived in Clay county, but about 1870 began stoaling horses, nnd then drifted into tho James gang. Ho was nt tho first Glcndalo robbery, but not nt Winston Or Hluo Cut. "' Andy McGuiro was arrested in Jackson county for participating iu tho Richmond bank robbery nnd taken to that point. Ono night a mob took him from the jail and hanged him to a treo. Dick Hums was at tho Richmond bank robbery and was killol about two miles'" from Independence ' while resisting urrcst. 01 Shepherd was with his brother at tho time of tho Kusscllvillo hank robbery. Ho fled to Missouri, and was killed near Lea's Summit by Oclol-t- r IJ ) As some of our rcailrri rat not know or liar forgotten tlio history cl the cart, we yie the following siiinni.iry of The Crime On the afternoon of the 20th ofl-.- nl Jan. nary, the elllieDs of Usrraril not yrt recorded from the fflecln of the Wllmot tragedy of a ten days before were allocked to learn that Ml" Relay IJlanil, an old maid of 85 yeara, who tired with her brother, Joaeph Illaml, IJ mill from Lancaaler, hail Iwn cruelly murdered in her own room, Mr. Wand had gone to town and Wil of Ida and liani Auatln, a grand-nephethe murdered woman, had left aa he did for Herring' distiller, where he remained till about t r. M. and until ho had gotten out-aid- e of a iiuanllly of the new liquor. Thin waa the last sf en of him tilt he met a party of men In the road near hla aunt's houre and informed them that someone had killed her. Loath to belicre audi a atory, they were finally Induced to go to the houac, where they were horrified (o ace the old lady lying on the floor in a ool of her own blood, with aereral deep Rathe from an ax on her head and face ami another on the neck which eered the Tertebra, any one of which would have been fatal. Without dlduiblng the, boJr, which waa still warm, the men haalened back to town and inform- ho was fresh from so mo region in tho West. Tho Westerner sat looking out oi tho window upon the dreary confusion of tracks, switches, frogs and snorting freight engines. Just nt this moment ho seemed liko a mau without a friend in tho world, and out of pure sympathy tho com semi-civilize- d Men the Lorer May Speak, Aa n rule, a delicalo woman docs not think of a man as a lover, or oven know whether sho could care for him in that capacity or not, until she has received somo impression of his special interest in her. Thon sho begins to consider him. Does a long talk with him boro or delight him? Docs sho IN find herself talking to him freely, or I) r ii km, IVtncft, Munlcn! Wall entertaining him with an effort? Is I.lnnorN, JtonliK, CliciiilcnlH, IiiHlriuiicnlH, I II tH, GisnrH, Nlnliniicry, tho festivo occasion from which ho is Ink-- t ToliacroM, CuMlcry, Oil Koiiiih. absent robbed of soma portion of its Iiiiiiitip, Perfumery, Flro ArniH, Machine his faco brightness? Does sho "see IVcciIIch. Onr Jewelry, Silrcrwaro anil iipllc.it Goods Department Is In Charge of Cal. all faces among," catch his voice, Tlios. Itlchnrda, who will Repair Watches and Clocks Promptly and In the but though a dozen aro speaking? Then, style. unconrciously, do her cheeks begin to glow nt his coining. In her eyes smiles a welcome, timid, yet weak; and the M'ROBERTS&STAGG Iapcr. Opora Houso Block, l'a Stanford, Ky., H. G. RUPLEY, UIEKOCAIVT XAlXOIt, Fall ss now-n-day- Stanford, Kentucky, Winter PENNY & McALISTER, sun-show- Coro-nor'- PLACING MILLS! a a at at m mmmmmsis&mi irszEUtt -- '. .mJ-a,Vi.rvi- St. Asaph BlocK, Stanford. heart-breakin- ARCHITECT, PENNY & PHARMACISTS, McALISTER f HARROW, CULTIVATOR THE ALBION SEEDER. in 11 188-- .... 1 Pprlnc-Too- th L Tim-bcrlak- WASHINGTON SOLID TRAINS, ex-cit- y M Chi-oIIhh- .. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. took also a piny from M r. Adams but left Although Messrs. Jack Adams A Son Itepotteil bnstnea failure hi the last it at Gill's ami took his Instead. They have already purchased a large stock of tookJa. Hill's saddle ami bridle. About Fall and Winter clothing, yet they receivweek, one hundred and twelve. Congressman' W. M. Lowe, of Ala two weeks ago horse thieve, a white man ed an additional large stock last week from and negro were followed by a parly from New York, to which they Invite the attenbama, is ileiil. lie wm a democrat. October 13, 1882 Friday Morning, Landed property of Egyptian rebel this town and made to abandon ji mare and tion of their customers and the public gen leader, to the value of $10,000,000 will be mule colt, rIko a horse. The homes have erally, sinco been proven and owners look them The Bsptlsls held an association at confiscated. EDITOR W. P. WAlTON, -Iie- H-Oate, X. Y,, Is to be lighted by away. The ganft of Friday night are sup- Oak II 11 Church In this county, beginning electricity from a tower two hundred and posed to be the same. Thejr deserve a done last Friday and closing Sunday. The of Austin's medicine badly. meeting was largely attended, a number of mfuv Imaging of William Austin, fifty feet high. distinguished visiting ministers were presan Recount of which is given nt loogth Diphtheria is raging In come parts of Paint Lick. Virginia. In Phlnylvanit county, alone, in. otlirr columns, was a most David C. I'ulllns sent to Michigan ent, and the proceedings were highly over 200 have died, among them twenty last Spring for 3 mammoth Pearl Irish pooperation and Sheriff J, JI. Intelligence was received Saturday of tatoes and he raised from this number 2 Higginbothnm ilcserves praise for tlio pupils of one school. the death of Mr. Matt Stewart a t his home Hamuel J. Ilandall telegraphs that a bushels. oxccllcut manner In which every In Knox county. He careful canvass of the Bute of Penntylvanta We find in our rambles the past two near Rarboursvillf, was arranged and carried out. just complete!, ihnwa that It will go demowss injured severnl days ago by being weeks in portions of Madison and Garrard thrown from a wagon. Deceased was a Thcro was no bungling. Ho did ov cratic next month. counties, that tne cholera is very destructson of Mr, Wm. Stewart, of this county, and new cares of ive among the hogs in several There were sixty-fou- r cry thing in a quiot manner and diswas a prominent and highly respected citiplayed almost as much ncrvo as tho yellow fever at Pcntacola Sunday and 3 zen. deaths. Sinco llio ecoitrgo began there At the sale of James II. Stephens In unAirtjnato man whom ho launched The democrats of Rockcastle ought to have been 1,007 cases and 140 deaths. Madison county, near Paint Lick, the fol- begin organizing for the November fight. Tho to smoothly into eternity. The distillery firm of Samuel Clay, lowing prices were obtained: Milk cows, Although Thompson will win easily in the courago with which Austin met his jr., a Uo., or Islington, made an assign $12 to $52; horses, $23 to $102: sheep. terrible death can only bo attributed ment; liabilities $101,000. The establish, $5.50 per held; corn In field, $1.30 perbsr-re-l. district, nnr home democrats ought to make some effort to carry their own councither to tho fact that his mind was meqj win pay about CO cents on the dollar With J. C Rucker has sold a half interest ty. give proper organization tho county Paul Prlncle, at Mansfield. La.. w not capable of comprehending his will "Little Phil." a majority. Let in his steam flouring mill to Wm. Smith, doom or that ho was possessed of a the other man that wnt with Vi'm. Austin all hands go to work at once. R. B. via the hempen route to glory Friday. He of Madison county, for $3,375. AnouT Pror-LB- . Mr. W. T, Price, of certain .amount of bull dog courago, was a negro, and had attempted murder Ward has sold his house and lot In this Louisville, late of the Evening Putt, was which hojwas anxious to display to an and robbery. village to KM. Argo, for $1,100. Mrs. here Sunday. Mr. George McCIellan admiring crowd. Wo rather lean to The new at Lexington Emma Montgomery sold to Wm. Smith, Brooks, of Paris, Is visiting his mother at ami IaI fnr 41 SAA tho former hypothesis, and whilo wo has been let to a Pittsburg firm for $91,000. nt Afadiasin !, . linn. -v.,.v. x this place. Mr. W. H. Spradltn has been " """". We leam that the 11. II. Co. has comho was responsible and ought Tho work of tearing down the present old think appointed resident Engineer on the K, C, promised with Sells Bros, for the recent from Clear Creek to the Junction, and Mr. to have atoned for his sin, ho was not shebang will not begin till December 1, the wreck here at the sum of $10,000; they almore's the pity. Ben Turner, of Montgomery county, ia his as' fully accountable as tho average Jim Iiailey, charged with stealing 128 so settled with all the wounded by paying man. Tho fact that ho kept hid se- head of cattle at a pop, near Marshall-tow- them from $50 to $275 each; the R. R. Co. assistant. SHORT HORN SALES. cret so inviolablo till two hours of his Iowa, was arrested in Virginia, after paying their board, medical attention and death shows ho had considerable wil a pistol duel with a Deputy Sheriff, in nurse hire until they are able to go to their Some 300 to 400 persons attended the homes. All the wounded have left for Short Horn sale of R. B. A E. P. Woods, power, however, and his caso is there- which Bailey received three wounds. The great house of Vogcler A Sons their homes except two, and they are get of this county, and prices obtained were fore the harder to understand. Thera (St. Jacobs Oil manufacturers), at Balti ting well. The R. R. Co. also furnish satisfactory. The following list shows the is ono thing certain, if he had not more, waa closed by the senior partner yes- them with free passes to their respective names of the animals of the Plalnview confessed his crime, a great many peo-pl- terday, owing to legal complications aris- homes. herd and their purchasers: would have believed him innocent, ing on the death of Mr. Charles Vogeler. Miss Alice Ward return PrnsoxAX. Susie Fish, red, calved Msrch 30,' '82, by The jury in the case against Frank ed to her home at Livingston, last week, Belle Duke of Plalnview, out of 3d Belle butasitwos, thero was a general impression that his death was deserved. Steele, for shooting and killing Oip Welch. after a pleasant visit to friends and rela of Oxford, to Jas. T. Hackley, for $85. in this vicinity. CapL Reuben F. 3rd a It was a fearful ending of a misspent at Versailles, returned at verdict of murder, tives and family left last Monday for Mis- '76, byBelle of Oxford, red, calved Feb. 11, 1th Duke of Oxford, out of Belle fixing his punishment imprisonment for Scott life and his awful futo should warn life. Grounds for a new trial have been souri, where they will make their future of Oxford, to Ben Spalding, $05. those who aro following in his foot- filed. P. B. Thompson, Sr., was of conn- - home. We regret to give tho Captain up, 3rd Duchess of Lincoln, red, calved Feb. steps, of tho rocks on which his bark sel for the defense. 21, '76, by 2d Duke of Oxford, out of as lie was a good and worthy citizen. Same 2d, to J. II. Bruce, Garrard, for $155. Although Lexington has twelve dally uel Purcell and family, of Rockcastle, was stranded whisky and evil comBelle of Plainview, deep red, calved panions. Tho law has been most ful- and weekly papers, another is to bo added, have recently moved to the Jno. W. Boat-rigfarm near Paint Lick. Miss Lillie March 20, '81, by Charles Knightly, outof ly, vindicated and we trust his death the IbmfiPoit. It will be edited by C. C. Moore, philosopher, poet, traveler, humor-is- t Arnold, of Lancaster, is visiting friends in Belle of Oxford, to Charles Spilman, of may' not bo in vain. When murderGarrard, $00. and critic, and will oppose the liquor the village. ers aro taught that death alono is their traffic, Belle Oxford Knightly, red, Feb. 14, '80, prizeBOYLE COUNTY. portion, wo may look for a better fighting, by Charles Knightly out of 3d Belle of the Dannlle. Oxford, toG. A. Lackey, for $200. social evil, tt idomne genui. state of aflairs and not till then. MAltltlAClK. Belle Knightly 3d, red, May 7, '80, by & N. R. The mortgage debt of the L. Wednesday, Oct. 18th, At noon weeks ago, a drunken felA few R. in $5S,117,778. The corporation own Miss Nannie T. Jones, daughter of D. AV. Charles Knightly out of 2d Belle of Oxlow named Richie shot 'and killed a In fee 1,577,05 miles of road; It operates father's resi- ford, H. T. Bush, for $90. brakeman named Carson, whilo tho under lease 262.17 miles also 18S.83 miles Jones, will be married at her 2nd Belle or Oxford, red and white, Oct. dence in Danville, to Mr. Charles Gaitakill, 74, by 4th Duke of Oxford out of Belle of latter's train was passing Walton, Ivy., making a total of 2,028 miles. Besides of Mt, Sterling, Ky Mrs. Kitty Hope, Oxfonl, Sam T. Harris, $120. for n6' cause whatever, savo as he af- these roads it controls and operates other wife of James Hope waa 4th Duchess of Lincoln, red and w hite mimed terwards expressed it, "I felt a desire linen, as follows: SGI miles exclusively and A Mrs. Mc Sept. 22, '70, by 2d Duke of Oxford out of G41 miles jointly with the Central In Danville on Saturday d t). shoot and shot." No ono thought Carthy from near the High Bridge, who Analinc, George Engleman, $05, of Georgia. otherwise than that tho cold blooded 3rd DucheM of Plainview, red and white, The Sheriff of Laclede county, Mo., wss killed by the cars wss burled here on and confessed murderer would pay R. P. Goodale, killed Bob Taylor, Friday Sunday afternoon At Shelby City in June 4, '81, by Charles Knightly out of the penalty of his deed with his neck, morninc, in attempting to arrest him, a this county, on Wednesday, Thursday and 4th Duchess of Lincoln, J. P. Rifle, $85. Belle of Oxford, March 25, '73, but at his trial at Burlington last week few miles from Lebanon, on board a pas Friday of last week was held the annual by Wood burn Oxford out of Analine. J. 8. TEACHERS INSTITUTE. and which ended ou Friday, a jury senger train. Taylor was one of the three Murphy, $75. Caldwell the Commissioner, bought up no doubt, acquitted him on brothers who murdered the Sheriff and Rev. Robt. Phyllis Duchess, red and while, Oct. V0, Deputy Sheriff of Hamilton county Ten- conducted the services with Miss Nannie by Sir Knightly out of Phyllis, W. P. tho ground of "accidental shooting," nessee, on A Mr. Hervey, the 14th of September last. It Scrugham,as Secretary There was hardly ever beforo so great is said $16,000 reward was offered for the representing John P. Morton's publishing Givens.$160.0th, light roan, Dec. '80, by Analine house, and W. C. Grinstead, representing Chares Knightly out of Analine 6th, Jss. a. parody on justice unit a the evi- arrest of the men. Col. A. W. Slayback, a prominent Van Antwerp, Brlggs & Co., of Cincinnati, T. Hackley, $40. dence be as we have heard, Judge 3rd Lady of Elkhlll, roan, June 24, 77, Lynch should teach both murderer criminal lawyer and politician of St. Lonis offered prizes in spelling. The winners by 3d Duke of Elkhill out of Ducheas of was shot and killed Friday evening in the were Tom E. Clelland and W. E Grubbs, Lincoln, J. E. Bruce, $115. and jury that his law shall be resAnaline, office of the St. Louis July 7. 'C9, by Major by the the Advocate correspondent from Shelby pected, if the civil law is ignored. managing editor of that paper, Mr. John City. Each missed one word, though the out of Rose Analine.' S. II. Bauchmin. ' $55. In view of the rapid spread of A. Cockerill, formerly of Cincinnati. It Institute generally understands that Grubbs 2nd Lady of Elkhill. March 26. 17. br missed two Warren Russell lost, by 3d Duke of Elkhill out of Analine 2d. W. speculation in insurance, L. G. Nor- seems, according to the lxt Ditpatch, Col. Slayback, in a public speech on Thursday death, his fine black mare on Saturday P. Givens, $95. man, Commissioner of Kentucky, has evening, violently abused the managers Jnn of night. Only a few months ago his large i Jessamine of Plainview. red. r i TH. vt issued a circular warning all persons the paper, and in retaliation the Past training stable was burned and several oy juuge oui oi jessamine Oln, W. T. Baughman, $77.50. against acting as agents of theso fraudupublished the card of a young St. horses lost. Misfortune like grapes come Anna B. red and white. Anril O. 'R" n lent and illegal concerns in this State, Louis lawyer branding Col. Slayback as a in clusters. All who have attended the Bell Duke of Plainview out of 2d Lady of juurpny.iu. under the penalty imposed by tho in- coward. Col. Slayback, in company with a fairs in this section will remember his mare j.mimi, j.o. Plainview, yellow-reDuche.8 of April as one of peculiar beauty- - She was a 3, '80, by Charles Knightly out of3d Duch-es- s surance laws, of fine and imprison- friend, went to Mr. Cockerill'a office, for the VALUABLE ANIMAL is supposed, of having personal purpose, it of Lincoln, G. P. Bright, $05. ment, if not paid, on conviction by a satisfaction, and with the result as before and has taken many premiums Mr. A. Bell Knightly 2d, April 11, '80, court of competent jurisdiction. The stated. Cockerill is in custody and says A. Bonner, son of Robt. Bonner of New by Charles Knightly out of Belle of Oxconcerns referred to aro tho Birthday, his shot was merely in York, accompanied by Mr. Hamilton Ros- ford, G. P. Bright, $60. Bessie, red and white, Feb. 20, '81, by ier, waa in Danville last week looking at Charles Knightly out of Beauty, G. A. Matrimonial and Eudowment ComGARRARD COUNTY. Borne Boyle county brag horses, but made Lackey. S90. panies, that are growing rich in other Bryantsville. Analine 4th, no purchases The D. & D. Institute is Dec 20, '74, by States by fleecing the gullible suckerd. Airdrie Gem out of Analine 2d. G. P. There was great satisfaction among having erected a large Bright, $05. wind MILL Beauty, red, Jan. '74, same sire and dam Tub primary election in tho Sev- the people that Austin confessed his awful crime and did not die with a He on hia Near the Tompkins property. Tho mill is as above, tA Carter, $70. enth District resulted, of course, in a lip. Analine 10th, roan, July 14, '81, by Maconstructed for the purpose of supplying The grinding which has been low for victory for Joe Blackburn, but we aro water for the buildings and is 75 feet high jor Knightly out of Analine 4th, A. K. Denny, $65. surprieeiTnTat Owens mode no better some time has taken a new lease on life, the A itorB WALK En Col. Hill, red and white, '82, by race, lie got suoweu under by o,UUU water mill and the unceasing creak of the In barbaric brilliancy of costume has been Bell Duke, of Plalnview,Feb. 3d,of Rose out "!ases" mill can now be heard at all times. amusing the populace for several I'ays In Knightly, H. T. Bush, $50. will bo somo time before votes, and it Mr. M. P. Hutchison and family, also Roan Duke, March 20th, by Bell he can "rise and come again." An Miss Ella Doores, are visiting at Peyton Danville. At a dizzy height he walks with Duke of Plalnview, out of '82. Lady 2d of his feet in baskets, in a hoop, truddlea a Elkhill, Dr.S. H. Hocker, $45. ovation was tendered Blackburn at Parrish's. Miss Mollie Stone has gone .to wheelbarrow and sits in a chair, Ac, Ac. Red Rover, red and some white, March Jessamine for a wjeka visit. "Smashing Lexington in the shape of a torch-ligh- t under him and intently watching, on Frl- - 20,'82.by Bell Duke of Plalnview outof hearts as usual." procession, that was an immense affair. day were three doctors (M. D.'s) Noticing Analine, H. M. Owens. $27.50. Mrs. Ike Wilson has been vcrjr low rjplllman, '82, they looked about them to of Beauty, 8.red, April 9, $55. same sire out .J$lakburn is solid, sure, in tho M. Owens, with pneumonia but is recovering, Mr. the coincidence ' COL. O. and in a great measure deserves Mart Runyon and wife who have been via. see standing near the Undertaker. Ha I II. nOCHESTEIl's IIEIU). THE TLOT THICKENS. La Crescent Duke of LIndale, red, Ap'l all the good opinions of him. iting relatives here for three months, leave Enter grace digger, conjuring up a reverie of 15, 'SO, by 2d Bell Duke of LIndale out of ' The Congressional delegation from for Dacotab,a their home Naunerle, Dr. T. B. Montgomery, $50. the future to the sound of applause. Austin funeral was preached by Rev. Naunerle, red, Spring of '71, by W. L. 'Ohio wijl stand 13 democrats to 8 re- R. R. Noel on Saturday, at 10 rcrtsoNAL. Vancoout of Josephene, J, W.Logsn, $45. o'clock, and Ed Rowland and wife of Chicago, are now publicans, the latter having counted his remains interred in the ground adjoinNaunerle 3d. red and some white, Feb. out a democrat by eight votes after ing the Fork Church. His grave is in full in Danville for a two weeks' visit. Col. C, 4. '80, by Owsley's Knightly Duke out of E. Bowman, of Frankfort, is here. Rev, Naunerle, T. P. Hill, $15. conceding his election by 850. The view of the road, and we hope will be a Naunerle 4lh, red, April '82, by Bell Jno. A. Bogle, of Hustonvllle, a fellow constant reminder to the inebriate, of whisDuke of LIndale democrats will contest that and two scribbler for the Intkmor took In the L. Carpenter, $80. out of Naunerle 2J, T, ky and the awful deeds it leads to. other such cases with strong hopes of town on Monday. Billy Keg Mason and Naunerle 2d, eight yearaold, bv 0th We attended the family reunion of family of Lancaster, visited Danville on Prince of Bovle out of Naunerle. VA Cnr. success. Mis. Sallio Doores, at Lancaster, on ' Monday, Miss Mattle Denny, of Garrard, tm er.n Thursday last was tho 390th annilast. Mrs. Doores was 81 years of age Naunerle 6th, May 7, '82, by la in town with Mrs. Fields. Rifle's Bell Duke out of Naunerle 2d. J. 8. versary of tho discovery of America and all her children, grandchildren and Murnhy, $10. UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT great grandchildren were present, exceptby Columbus, but wo never would O.I Aililts 1 fa Tfrt Tun a 10 If J lt ing Messrs. II. T. Noel, Sr. and Jr. There Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. Duke of Oxlord out of Carlotta, John W. have thought of It had not tho Ital- were present 39 guests including relatives -- J. L. Whitehead sells Mobtllan Blood Logan. $57.50. ians of Now York celebrated it with a and friends. Mrs, Doores received a great Bitters. Adelhelde, roan, March 15, '79, Knightly Duke grand picnic. many present from her friends. A splenIt ia expected that 50 to 100 convicts $120. ' out of Addie Lee, J. P. Rifle, ArrEit making all the political cap did dinner was prepared, and waa heartily to work on the K.C. will arrive this week, Belena Vanoy, eight years old, by Wood-bur- n The place to buy your clothing Is at enjoyed, Oxford, II. J. Darst, $90. s tal out of it they could, Tilden's Bon Ton, red and white, April 15, 82,by Hogs are still dying. Wm. Collier Jack Adams & Son's. They give you good iucome tax casedis- - has lost about twenty. have had the Mr. Collier bought bargains. Jack Adams, Jr., takes special La Crescent Duke of LIndale out of Rosr, J, E. Farrls, $35. missed in tho U. S. Supremo Court. these hogs at about 8 cents. Ben Robin (tains to please all purchasers. j. ii. m'austeu's lieun. Every body should como to tho speak- son shipped to Cincinnati two car loads of New Orleans Minstrels. Lucretla 7th. roan, April '09, by Airdrie will be the hogs, the bent bunch In this part of the ing here next Thursday. fat It out of Lucretla 7th, W. T. Baughman, Tiik New Orleans Minstrels which percountry. At the sale of lae Williamson ev- first appearance of both Thompson and formed at Durle Hull on Monday evening Lucilla, roan April 72,by Prince outof sold high, Horses brought from Ewell before a Rockcastle audience. band which hu erer erything V MA.Atfa Vi. had one of the irl.i rMan.,A. tiK Mrs.C. Creole, of Pine Hill, who has $30 to fSS; cows, $20 to $10; ralves, $12 to TuIleJ our city. Several of the member Lucille, roan, April 15, '70, b OthPrlnce $22; wheat In bin, 86 cents; corn In field, been seriously ill for the last two weeks, is of Boyle out ot same dam, Robt. McAlls-ter- . are fne aololsts on their respective instru-wen$1.46 per barrel. Geo, Shearer sold to retried to be slightly better this morning. $65. liloouiogton Dally Jlulletio, Mar. Princess of Boyle, white, 4 years, by 6th Stiiuet, of Jevamlne, a work mare Her friends hern have been anxiously hopPrince of Boyle out of Carlotta, Mat Port-mafor $110, Tom Stone aold an extra steer ing for her speedy recovery, $30. A fishing patty consisting of Dr. W. P. It fi no trouble now to get beta that calf for $25. Princess of Bovle 2d, roan, bv La Creswill not only control the A band of horse thieves came Into McKee, Sam Thomson, T. T. Wallace, F. cent Duke of LIndale out of Princess of the deinocrala next llouae, but will elect Cleveland In this neighborhood Friday night and stole L, rbomtwon and J. H. McKee, who vis. Bovle, 8. J. Einbry. $20. A number was left unsold. It will be New York, I'attenou In IVnusjrlranla, a mare from Mr. Adams, one from James ittd "Hanging rock" last week, returned on and ISeu Duller in MajuacliUMtl. Indiana Dunn and one from Male Gill aod two Saturday with the report that they caught seen that Lincoln breeders with a single exception were the purchasers of those U oouuttd solid for tho democracy. from other parties in Lancaster. They loU of fish. sold. V ii . t in m STAKPOED, ICS. - :U,XJL.- - ANNOUNCWNT :XS.; a sue-cent- Jo-ta- il CHENAULT, V SEVERANCE & GO. Court-hous- e ""r "" P? FALL JIitToJiiNt received a cry Iiii-k- Hleck or 4 ill WINTER DRY GOODS, 3sroTZ03srs, - 1 sW CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. Ana-lin- ht horse-racin- lottery-dealin- -- I Rail-roa- 33 red-roa- This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. SMALL FARM FOttSALB. ONE HUNDRED ACRES On from J juiGGINM HOUSIO! Srmroan Sraaar idotM la Nlcholut lll. I vsuiy dij Ksrni, eoauiniog stout IItId( rill Mil frl- - red-roa- III G9 Dit-patt- h call (or. Vlrnlyoratock walar. Iniljlitof tchool-lioua- f. ono lulls from Llackiiuttk ihon. two rullM front water mill. KlitrrMlnily litalihjr plaro lor tb doctor. InlSjMri twin palil II doctors bills. 1 ralcr you to Mcaa. T, M. LllUrd, II. M. Mnnty, W. U.lltatry, alio bam Johown, ho lifts on tb place, ami Tbouias Mrlcall, Mtaulord. Address 7 triUsnTllleAiUnlurJ 11k, aUut SH l)tnlll. Th pLo Is In a conl iUI of (rsu.itrpt sbout KUrtm thit to JOIIX T. IIIUUIXS. l'ltUIMtlLTlllt. co In imill train. Tht hou Is In mod rrinlr itiil cootslns7 rouui, iIm pantry, cliurn flotr-pll- , I Iht door; smokchouw, A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL tarn, t.nant- nv amiss 0n fruit of Iiouk, Ac, tfery dtacflpllen as In tttrj particular, Tbo patrontie ol Ik ruMIe an? on winU: apples, ixars, vaebra. pluiu, clur-rlsrapn, dainsuns, almost any tbinf you tu.jr solicited, and satisfaction guartnlesd. (U-tvoud-houcorn-cri- b. rorn-bouf) '"' .... KENTUCKY WM. DAUGHERTY Duccaasor ttirrt'Ai.c. John MthoU.lllIn.Kr. STAM lMtI, . - KENTUCKY, JiimricTuaara or to Dluthcrtj- A Holme. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Main Nt., NlHiiiori!, Ky. red-roa- Fine Carriages, Buggies, e. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 red-roa- I AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF Waa Anl m S3S BOARD. 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I hare reoently taken charge of this home and intend to have urst-cla- u accommodations. "TTl .11 .1 KINDS. a. .a QO EAHT I OO W33HT ! OO NOIITII Sev-.v'en- tk VIA LOUISVILLE AD TIIK a iuluytij oulf . .ss .. , RiiLnlau usaiv. las. (bum workmen ana uilac ..-mS..I.I ..1 awil at FMIsMDIIsIt D2urM tlylc. workiuaiub.pand wtrlilxoiIJ- : H) WM. flnt-cl.u- atiatiti ! a la..l..u. IAi;JllKKTl 01 3 a MISSISSIPPI fi. W. 3 KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. II. or sua KOUTK TO DAILY TRAINS TIIK EAbT AND MOUTH. -- TUB M08TDESIHABLE Louisvillo to Cincinnati! Free Far lor Cars and Nsw Da Cbanga. CoaUita Without And ilecMedljr the Popular Uoule, attorillDg, as It docs, leas chaugea an J suncilor accouiinoJalToos to CUrciBTNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, 4 DAILY TRAINS AMD TIIK WEST. 4 II: TjouiNvillo to St. IsoiiIn elccplutf Cais and Day Coaches to lit. Louis With Frl-ds- y red-roa- out iuaiifc-Q- . The North, Northwest and West. In fact, If you cont uiilate a trip In an direction, jour Interest wm u imiKiTN vj urcusiiug your tickets via If. (1 anj Clnrlnn.ll. lT,ln, A...K w. ?. ....II iuo 1'alacolats; Uegsnt Nw Day Coaches, and htndtoiuelyfurnl.hed Uecllulng Chair Cars form th uueuualed euulLm.nla nt ihl. fll.l ltll.l.l thereby making a trip oier this Hoe on ol luxurious com (or t and pleasure. Try It, TIME TABLE, IN buUTU, Eta-KP- DAILY TRAINS Iouisrlllo to Indianapolis, 2 AMD 2 Chicago, MAY II, HU. "NITsT TUB MOUTH Dsr loaches and HpcIIuIiik Chair Cars Through Without Change. eno-inle- Fur Wimliliiitlou. lliilllimirr, l'lilluilcl. (ililii, Act VurU Mint flonluii, This Is the Very Best lioute, as Ysu ils?e Changs of Train. Mo " Tarte. Arr. Lexington.... Leilugtou Arr. Wluchtsier... " alt. Uterllng. 11 Le. CorlugtoQ ' Falmouth. . " I'jutblaoa ... "Mo."t "SoTST S am OO Le. a so pin 41 a ui V0 UI 7 40iu M a ui a 37 u ui M a in 8 OS p u I'i 19 p u 7 Ou p ui I U i u 7 su p u 't tt l ui a jo p ui a 10 11 iilpu il S 60 ' Huntington.-Mom ii. 11 Ashland. S 10 . . 7 80 i ir IJ 8 OS ii in I 10 a u ......... .. Mo. S. Mo. 1. No. . a so a to 7 OS a ui il a ui 20 p UI IIIU a ui p Ul U Hart Throufh 2-- Da, Coaches oa All Tralai I I Hare No Midnight Changes Huntington.. L. Alul.uJU.. bt Arrlre at et. luls t Other Lines, Ihcrtbjr securing mors time for tusking change of cars and getting first cholc of seats lucsrsof connecting lino. To Indianapolis and Chicago, and the only lln glilog Its lroiis a 12.mll rid along the short ol Lake Michigan, Kor Tickets, ttates. Time, U'lnrl,..!., Hours la AJraaca of Arr. Islington Lie. Lexlugton.. " Mt. Sterling t. l'arla. Cynthlsna.... laluioutb.... Arr. Cutlngtoa. " " " ,... . . . II a S 1 II p ItlllU llliio J0 p ui 00 a ui 4 40 p oo IJ p ui U UI UI i UI UI it lllsu t II 1 7 7 a in II a ui W a ui SO a ui t It 10 03 11 43 a ui OSOam a ui I W a ui MAYnVILI.K DIVISION. No. IS Lr. Islington R Arr. Msys elites BJmu No. 14" Ms.slll.J4isiu. No. It ' I'.,! Mey.,ll? ? so a in. is Ticket Agent addreH H, Ac, ily uf Culture III Line, or to I No.lt "MsysellLuxopu, ".'.'i 'fti.TpS lluia a; , a. Cor. lh and Main bis., Louisville, Ky. W. 1I.OIIATTUC. W. W. PKABODV, (leu. 1'aas, Agt., Un.Suit., H.N. HUOWN.Boulh.ru fataecger Agl.. tickets, rates and Information Mrlaluluato couuactlous, Ao , call on or aJdr. CIIA8. 1. Trains ho. I andl run dally) all othsrs ic.pt eundsy. Bclal lute to Kiulg rants, dslty for i BUOWWK1?1.' J, U. UX,BU"" CLLIbOM, Osa'l Maosi i 3 No. 1 Steel Plow (IreenV. for $12, at W. T. WILLIAM AUSTIN EXPIATES HIS CRIME BTAKFOBD, K-y- . Tnosdny Mornlnjf, - October 17, 1882 LAN. " " tOCAL TIME CARD. South-.- .. A Larue variety of cook stove, betting atovr and grate Juat rrrelvrd by A. Owsley, Low prion NEW FALL AND OP- -- WINTER AT- STOCK The I'MMPfcr tralna North... New Orlein ... .... 0 10 A.M. J w r. m rrnownrd Optra llouao, Stanford, Monday, Oct. Minstrel with thrlr (lold Hind will appear nt the 2-- DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &0 - LOCAL NOTICES. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL CORN SHOW. 8. Miller and another gentleman and the Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! the htndaomeat a warning to all; old, young, white and Iatrr. The scene waa a moat touching reporter Our corn show will occur on the 0th of and cheapest atock of millinery, consider black, I offer myaelf a willing aacrlfice on Lihuk utock of Winilow'Olaas, all ultra. my farm of 371 acres one and strong men bent their head and November, county court day, and premiA well ItrnroTfl MOUNTAIN FARM, contain-In- n onI offer for ail irlratelyEoilol HUnf.inl, wllhln Double thick ulaaa for flower pit. Penny Ing the material, that ahebi ever handled. the gallow for the deed. I die happy, bo wept. IllxKlrrr, 4H mllra i: ums will be awarded as follows: Beat 12 hoti- ONand HtlNDIlF.I) ACltKri. with food dwelling ahalfmlls of the new tnnpikenw helngcon A McAliater. The Fall and Winter atlea are beautiful. lleving that the viltat ainner can be forgiv all Decenary outbuildtnira and Orrhard, he walked to the ears white Alter saying good-byAnal brat yel In Oarrard county, Ky, ill miles Ironi Crab Orch- strncted from Hlaiifnid to IVmeheriTillo lo the pile. corn, and 2d Ji'irr received a new lotof cloak for la Call andrxamlne en If he truly repents. I believe (loil ha from Hi dwelling (ellent ard, will foo sold t heap, on eaiy terms, a thrown trap, took hi aland and submitted to the low, 2d best yelb-w- ; dlea ami children and a fine lot of Dobest mixed, 2d, best rrlaaboul toenails In utlitr butlnru. Apply on Ilulldinga are tultkand frame, with 10 rooms given ine full pardon. I believe my aunt Well watered with tin eprlng, soma ol them medpinioning without a tremor. The Sheriff mixed; best bresd corn, 2d best bread corn; the premises or by letter to To nir. Junotio.s Tiiade. We will run wa lman. J. II. A H. II. Hiiankh. Ant-flIncluding ImproTeinenta ical water. achriallan and that I will meet her in adjusted the noose, drew the black cap over making eight premiums in all. For first (lurUT Keduotion In sheet muilc: CO, a delivery wagon everyday to the Junction CJr.O.H.l'ATTF.N. Crib Orchard, Ky. tho fencing. Terms llliersl. Address or call mi Heaven. I have been accnacd of killing JH KM. NA KA II COM M, 75 and $1 inline now void at 5 cents, l.etf and drliver good1 free. All order Sid Vaughn, but I am not guilty of that hi face, touched the lever and the body of premium wo will give the Stanford. Lincoln connly ay. ular rite and on good piper, at Mcltoberta left with 8. L. MidkiiT will meet with crime. I am alao accused of trying to rob William Austin, nt 1:22, shot through the Iteration JounrAL and two other paper, A Htagg'e. trap, made one or two convulsive twitches and for second premium the same paper A llrlghL Uandall Ileitis, but I am not guilty of that PitTunnit 1'iCTUiinl I am now read prompt attention. McAliater of the shoulder, and the outraged law was and I make anr kind and aire for business. one other. Among the papers (o be se either. I alway tried to live honestly and We lea iin that a big temperance boom Tmtiiuar Dipiktmist. vindicated the wage of sin had been lected from are the Weekly or tiii Ccrissct, Ornca or Jihologranha, con and enlarge old picture ha atruck Crib Orchard and that an at- the murder of aunt Hetay ia the only crime paid. and Wnttr color, or craon. Washiiotok, October 4, 1MJ Surgeon, Ura. Kinnalrd, Jlutlman American Atriculluraliit, Country Gentleman, Wnaacaa, lly on run tempt will be made to vote liquor out of I ever committed. I aay thla in view of The evidence presented to I do m own work litre, hence tho undersigned. It has been made to no rink of Iming our old pictures or and Ilurnside, reported that no pulse waa Weekly N, Y.Sun, Farmen Home Journal Ac. the town at the November flection. That Immediate death and it iaall true. appear that the E. H. BURNSIDE, broken In Iranait to and from a it will bo aucceraful, every man with ila will be nuinberid ui.d judges them W. M. Austin. perceptable at 127, hut at 1:29 It wa CI, The entries work National Bank of Stanford,' distance. I can offer oil Thi raa aigned in hi own hand, and at 1:31, 90, at 1:33, 84; at 1:39, 78 and at chosen by those interested. Nothing lees "Firit at le thin other who send olT work to welfaroat heart will aincerely hope. Woll - Known when aaked why he had not made the con 1:12 they pronounced llfo extinct and the than twelve ears arc entered. Bring along In tieeltyof SUniord, In the county of Lincoln Thia Old have done hecauae the additional price of complied The New It. K Mr. Iv Zimmerman feaaion before, he replied : "1 win hoping body wa cut down and given to hia friends, your samples and make the thing a inter and 8 at of Kentucky, hasMatutrs of wilt all the Hotol Still Maintains its of tho lieifsed tho Untied the Ink work come nut ol rour pocVcl. You irovlatuiia to be compiled wllh before an High Roputalion, for what write that lie will lie here to day (17(h) to for a reprieve from the Governor, but I who took it to Fork Church for interment, eating aa possible. pa In other word two profit shall be authorised la commence the AND you now gel for one at home. All work meet the railroad conimittre of the propos have made eace with my Savior and do of banking: the aame church that he joined and was The New, Orleans gold band In street Now. therefore, I. John Jay Knox, Comptroller or no Twtntr ed road from here to Naaliville, Thoae guaranteed Proprietor ii Determined that not wish one now." He had stubbornly up bapllied by when in his lCth year. parade is probably the finest organization of tho Currency, do hereby certify that the "Klrtt Its 'earn' exerience enable me to say to on Interested In the road, and every body to 11 it Shall be Second to no Country National I)ankoffiUnforI,ln tho city of tjtanford, traveling with an hall show in America, In work In n o'clock drnied hia guilt, and at 9 a that I will do oil NOTES. the county of Lincoln and Siata of Kentucky, Is Hotel in the State in its Fare, Mr. Frankum, the baritone soloist, is a mar- authorised to commence tho butlneaa of banking, aa branch of my hualnraa. For a ahould be, are invited to be preaent. Mr. aured hi counsel, Mr. II. M. Hurdett, that and etcr Appointments, or AttenThe rope wa hand made and the work vel, and hi brilliant performance in a se- provided In section e hundred and slity-nln- o references you can apply to any one In Car '.. Iain dead earneat about the road and bo wa not guilty. The ministers named tion to Comfort of of tho ItevlwdHtatuteaol tho United Stale. of Vonderheido, of Covington. It coat $10 lection playpd in front of Maxwell' won llale, Winchester or lebanon. Framei on guarantee with a little aaaiatance from In testimony whereof, witness my hand and aeal their Quests. hind cheap a can be mid. Cloudy wrath the people that it will be built at once. plead with him to confess hi alna before and could have been sold for three times much applause. fBIoomlngtnn Daily Lea- thla tin day of October, 183. JOHN JAY KNOX, der, March 0, 1832. men and read to him the Old Psalm, the 3d that sum. rr no hindrance to good mult. Come and will bo coatejed to and from thedeasl (No. 2,783. Comptroller of tho Currency. Haga-agla see me, get acquainted and Irarn price. free or charge. Special Hisiior, who wa In Jail for the killing of CincutT Couiit will convene here next verse of which seemed especially to cheer to Commercial Traelere. TheHar will be J. r. Ilocxaa, President, (J. W.ShalTcr. McUotierle building. NEIT ADYKUTIHF.9EXTK. alwaja sapplied with the choicest Monday, and not yraterday, a many wit him, and he at once expressed a hop of tho Sicilian women, waa very much affect J. W. McALisTia, Catbler, braadi of Llqaare aid Clears. Jiiiim J. MclEoutiTS, Ami. Cathlar o3.2m reined to think, who aalvation. He told u as he atood atjiia ed. He wa probably thinking of himself neaxe and other PERSONAL BALE. 100,000 cut Bhlaglta. Apply to I cell door aa calmly a a man ever talked, in a similar position. ! B.CiMwlt, Jr., Waynesburg, Ky. came only to be disappointed, There are Col- - W. T. Knott I in town. I7 care on the docket, of which 118 are while smoking with evident relish a cigar The last legal hanging in the county waa Two thoroughbred red Dull Cslrcs fur Iv"J., I in Louisville. J. M. I'll I M given him by John Karri', that he fell juat before the war, when John Cumley BULLS. Utuxj Bauibman, SUnfurJ. ANOTlirubery of pretty College girl criminal. Of that number there are even murder caae, a follow: 0 renin in and much belter aince making the confession went by the hempen route for killing a man nlglit- called O. Held for killing Ilowaey; John W. Oooch and was aure that the Lord had forgiven named SpratL lie took the dose almost Mim Iiia riliiLKit, of Crab Orchard, ensn hi sins; that whisky had been hi ruin and aa fearlessly as Austin. for killing ConaUhle Klllion; Tate and Photographs of Her. (Ifo. O. Dsrnea, the STangel ' Jua tered College here yelerday. for earning tlio railroad accident, warned every body to ahun it. t. rrom ins. lames sent i.r man, canine, sue. Sheriff J. M. lllgginbotham ia to be constiiMblo for framing, 13x20 Mumm Lou Dimwiiwie and Fannie From the first he ha been calm and col gratulated on the excellence of his work. at SO cent; large aleL.AMIY'N UAI.I.MtY. whereby five peraoni were killed; Jama Inches, 3, I'uwell hare gone to taulsville. 21)1 u Fourth St., Cincinnati, O. Mullin fcr killing another negro, at the lected, and only once aince hi return to There was not a hitch in it and although Baug.11.11u., wo S. Mim Kallie Knolemak, of Danville, Crab Orchard clrcua; Froman Miner for Lancaster ha he shown any algn of emo it ia said that his neck wu not broken Auswe on I with Mix Iletiy l'rnnington. ! killing John Ferrell; Mock and Faulk- tion, and then on yesterday afternoon when tin died the easiest death we ever witnessed. Mil. J. IIoylk HnAK, wife and daughHe I hare sold out ner for killing Policeman Simpaon, of Dan- hia brother ICobert bid him good-byIt wa a big thing for the owner of lots business In Stanford,my lUkery and Confectionery It as a larorlf snd would Wo ter went to I)uliTllle ywterday. ville, and one other caae for indictment. burst Into a flood of tear and exclaimed and houses around the gallows, but a long all persons Indebted to ine would Ute lorwi.nl and come Mim Mahy Vaiixon ha returned this. settle The equity appearance number 33; mo- aloud, "Lord have mercy on me." Hia as people were fool enough to pay from 1,66-2- at once. I'lesso attend to V. DAWNON, II. vleltto relatives In Fayette. from a plea-ation, 7; common law, HO, and old equity, father and mother, fearing the .could not 60 eta. to $1.50 to see a man choked to Mimiji Nannik ami I.ihikMontciom aland the trying ordeal, did not visit him 107. death, it ought to have been taken from And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a " ! ehy, a pnir of Marion county beauties, are but he sent thetn affectionate remembrance them, MARRIAGES. Mrs. K. Montgomery. gurtaof His laat night on earth waa apent with TllK Louisville Commercial sent its City liberal the patronage of the public in general. Mr. Iteuben Adam and Mlia Jeatlno hi friend till 11 o'clock, when he retired, editor, Mr. Mil. Tom UiiwoK, a wealthy California J. Hawthorne Hill to report the All persons baring elalms sgslnat tho rstato of Respectfully, LouiaJacob (J. Owsley, dee'd, will present them at once farmer, I the guest of Mr. M. CI. Nevlua Chandler were married at Garland Jamea. and soon fell into a deep sleep from which hanging, while the The groom bad alx children to atari with. he had lobe awakened thia morning by hia ville lUt, Cincinnati Enquirer, Gazelle, Com- at tho Farmers National Bank, properly prorcn. and other relative here thi week. I JAfOll flUKST. Mlsw Kannik I'er.nLix, who ha been and other dailies were 8Mt J. II. OHM.KI, I Executors. guards. He got up when told to do ao, mercial, Tima-Sla- r RELIGIOUS. l, the guet of her couiin, MIm Addie dressed himself in a neat suit of black and represented. The Itaptltt church ha purchared new OK- rtlurnrd to Louisiana yestcnlay. There was a good deal of drunkenness THE UKEAT AND OXLY NEW ate a very hearty breakfast. Then calling LEAKS atoyea and I preparing to treat the build Col. A. I). MlLI.Kli, the advance, agent for pencil and paper he wrote to hi broth- but no diaturbance occurred. Just before roof. of the New Orleans Minstrels, it hrre hav- ing to a new George a very affectionate letter of the noose waa adjusted, some fellow In the Needier baa renounced the faith and er with picture of hi ing the town beautifird warning which we will give in our regular crowd hallooed to thoae on the scaffold to withdrawn from the Congregational Amu great attraction. edition Tuesday. A great many of hia old to stand out of the view, be had paid aa -- WITH TUX aUTCULKSMrxtiw,J. K. OnrKNLEtr and C. D. elation. He now dlabelieve in the docanv body and wanted to see the including a number of much cquaintance, G-old- . 2 Nation- trine of original ain and the prevalent idea young ladies, called afterwards to tell him show. l'ATTir, teller ol the First and of hell. 9 Tr.l.tnnAPH operator. W. M, Bogle, sent al lUnla of lUchmond, were heir ves'.er-da-good bye. He received them kindly and will irmii- a liar. When in "Geo. O. IUrnea over 0,000 words over the wires to the daien route to the coal mine. through hia grated door shook handa with Kentucky he raid Cliriat would be here and although it keut him up till At the Stanford Opera House Mk. and Mim. 8. M. SrooNAMonr, them all. Through all thla he allowed no ly papers of five year, and that he (llarnet) he showed no algnanf -Mr. Catherine lllacktrby, MIm Nannie sigm of fear and looked upon the gallows midnight, Has just received a Fnll Line of- would alao be hrre and take the Savior He ia the cleverest man in the business and Illackerby and Mr. Chris. Kngleiuan from hia window with more unconcern than about and Introduce him. Now he' gone Beds, Buthe reason is that he waa born and raised a Monday 23, for rcvrral wrrk' vlit to Krmsaa and hi visitor. never come back again.' and he nay gentleman. Wasli LETTEIl TO HIH DIlOTIIEll (1KOHOE. Cotton yntrrday. When they will present above choice production la from the There waa a total lack of appreciation of ALL Ol' Hon. llobt. nialu' children The Lancaster JAli.,Oct. 13. Dear Ilrother: pen of the editor of the Newport Journal I write you a few lines, my time ia short. I the solemnity of the occasion by the crowd A Programme that for Novelty and are at hit bedside now, and lie eeema to &c. g Fnn and ahould bring a bluah of ahame to the have abetter home lo go to. I feel happy. who seemed to look at it more in the light liave Improved very much ilnce their archeek of every member of the Kentucky I tell you, shun all bad company, and nev- of a circus than any tiling else. The Can not lie equalled. Their bent dm those in thi counI alio keep constantly on hand a fnll line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and rival. They are, Dittoe, we are heartily aaliam-e- l business wsj that woCaskets. I sell at figures that can not be beaten. Call and see me. ty, K. C. Illiln. of (Irani ciunty, Dr V. M. Pre gang. er drink spirituous liquors, for my sake I strange part of the of you. Do for the aako of your friend", ask it. You know whisky haa caused me men with children stood in the crowd and FAMOUS Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. lllain, of Whitley, and Mr. II. II. Hall, of Is acknowledged tho best on tho road. up to look at the fearful sight. at leaal appologite, for auch an item. Knoxville, Tenn. to come to the gallows, and caused people held them AdmisiioD, 50 cts.j Reserved Seats, 75c. to think hard of me. I have been wild and LAND. STOCK AND CROP. LINC0LN COUNTT. LOCAL MATTERS. deapcrate, and I feel like I am going to a On aale at both Druj Store. Hustontille. W. Kmbrr.of Madiaon, eold 10 hold J' Timothy seed cheap at A. Oakley'. home of rest, and will be In my Savior' faof :W0 lb. hog at 7J Cent. Tlie melodious rerolrer ia still the " aim before the aun seta thi day. I hope vorite Instrument of uiuaic in thia quarter. At Kanaa City, a herd of alxty-onSalt and lime jut received at W. II. in heaven. Change our to meet you IIIgKim'. blooded cattle aold for $20,G20. Hog cholera ia running ita usual course dear brother, and be ready to meet O llANDSOJIE RESIDENCES. David Terry aend ua a curioiity In course, iu this reglou. Tho uiont skeptical begin jicket and Dotman'aal Kohl. Cloak, Has Just Oponod a Flno Stook of me in the better land. Don't entertain any the shape ol a twin aweet potato. to concede the 'possibility of the devil getHaving determined to locate tuy family In Lex 8. LlleV. grudge against any body about my trial. nflou, Ky.. 1 will otter for aale to the highest bidhog sold at 7 Ala Fayette pilblio rale, ting into the awine. der, on The railroad killed a fine mule for J. II. and 8 centa, corn at $1 US to $1 85 per bar- Tell father and mother good bye, and I Dr. Haa presented yesterday, by releave you In God' hands, and bid you a MONDAY, NOVEMBER U, 18S2 Hhankayealerday. rel. quest, a aynopaia of the scripture foundafinal farewell. YouraHectionate brother, Fifty bushel of white rye at 76 cent Consisting of all the best located by the IV 811 Handsome tion of baptism aa administered Tim Celebrated Iligga chain and auction prr binbel for aileby W. II. Hay, Stan-fjrW. M. Austin. properly In Stanford, three of them nearly new, denominations. To the surprise and all of them well Improeed. They are now ocpump for ile at W. T.Orccn'. When the town clock struck twelve, he Alford. and the gratification of moat, cupied by U. U. Oeo. II. K. J. Anthony, Iloy ritew llruce sod myself. art. Dr. Wllaun, C. Duncan A ltrother will he here remarked with a algh of relief, "Praise of every one, ClooiM in any quantity delivered free d eaih; balance In equal Taaut: hia discourse win a clear, candid, liberal and AND yearone and two years; C percent. Interest from the Lord, but one hour for me on this from the grocery house of McAliater A next Monday to buy mule colt and courteous presentation of the system with date. Bile will commence at 10 o'clock a. . at ling. earth," At 12:45 the minister, at hia re and HrlgliU residence of Ueo. II. llruce. Bile out attacking any other. A Claik county man raised 11,000 tY. C1IA1U. don't you lorget It. pieat, prayed and aung the "Coronation" Two or three young bloods from Casey, A compuomisk having been effected becabbage on lew than two acre of land and song with him and at 1:05 Sheriff Higgin-bolhaAlso, a Nioo Lino of came up to Moreland Station a week or ao tween u mid the merchant of Stanford, aold them for $330. ! and guard were announced. He no more (lour or meal wilt be retailed it It. H. A E. P. Wood aold toT.M. Lib went directly to the cell and opening it ago, on Sunday, stole a lotof lumber piled S, AHD the mill. MoAliater A Bailee. lard a nair of mule for $230 and to Ben said, "Hill, I'll read you the authority near the station, stacked it in another place and sold it to a dealer near by. It ia said Spaulding a yearling mule for $116. I am oponing daily a Full lino oi tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to be under which I am acting." "All right" McllonEKTU A Btaoo havo juat received sold at liottom Frioos. Call and examine. I have 130 acre of excellent cr i to said lie, and he listened to the reading of that the officer who held the warrant for elegant new fire proof aafe. It I a an KENTUCKY let near Stanford. Not a hoof of atock haa the death warrant a composedly aa if it their- - arrest gave them his opinion aa to STANFOED, - arranged inalde for the atorage of the expediency of their skipping out. been on It yet. John W. Pennington. bore the best of newa. Once when the H.tId purchased Dawson's establishment, I thrlr large atock of Jewelry, bealde havMr. Baker, the musician, la about to will eoullnue tb business and keep comuntly on Maj, Jamea A. Qrlnatead aold Ilia Sheriff could not make out a word he bent leader-ahi- p for their hooka, Ac, ing ample room hand Fresh ltolls, LosfCresd, Cake and a fu lino return to our place and resume the farm of 209 acre near Lexington, for $30, over to assist. The reading through, tho ofCanllea. Frulta and olher Confectlonerlea, to and instruction of our breezy band. which 1 Invite tho altontlon of tho public I will laloon algn 000 cuh to Col..Ferguon, who will convert hung Some young MAl'.CII TO THE (1ALLOW8 also keep Fresh Flib aud servo The thing will doubtless be popular, aa over the door of the Stanford Female Col- it Into a trotting horse breeding farm, begun, arriving at which Austin ran lightly every one la willing to "take a horn." OYSTEltN AT IIOUKS. for Kobt. Uonner baa paid $332,000 lege Sunday night. Thry wont feel o funup the ateps, turning to smile at a man, who We don't regard any of our boys as inflaDEALER IN- I bare secured theserrlceaol Mr. Jamea Peak as wheu they are arreated for diaorderly faat hortoa aince 1859. The New York had unintentionally knocked lit hat partly ny feel confident that where clerk, who will always be found ready to uilnl.tcr better than moit publica- off. On the gallow Kev. Lowber read the ted, but vre atill your wanta. Don't forget that I alao keep the conduct and treapaa, aa they will be, for Itdgtr muat pay blowiug is tho gsme they will be heard to tion to aland that much pressure they are known. 51it Psalm and Kev. Peeplea prayed a most HOTEL, from. Borne, however, fear that we will Clark farmer are nearly done cutting touching prayer, a he held hi arm around Mcltoberla A of the proverbial "ill Where e.celleut aiconiuodatlona an h had b Attention Hunt-u- sI ia a very fine one. Many the condemned man, who, with him, waa have the realization corn and the yield ths lowest rates. J.T. llAltltIN, Slagg hare Juat received the largeat and 1IUKSK NHOES, IIOIISE MIOK NAILN, wind thai blowa nobody good." l'roprletor. lielda are averaging aa much aa 20 barrela on hi knee. Our somnolent old village seems to be moat complete atock of breech and muttle 100 buiheUper acre, and the luling and waking up and indicated a desire to take a The rain waa falling In torrents, , Itillea, Qamebaga, Shot or loading price aeema to have nettled down to about Sheriff lllgginbotham sheltered the poor hand in tho progreMiveness of the age. The ORDINANCE 1 jioucht, Powderllaaka, New York Drop church ia nearly completed. O, W, $2 in the fiald. f Democrat. man as best he could with an uuibrela. lSaptlsthas planted a ateam sw will on the and Chilled Shot and Implement for loadJones Dan villbOouht. About 250 cattle CORN Wusaaaa, Tho city of UUnford haa opened and gun and on the market- Common to fair ranging Ilev, Mr. Moore pronounced the final words farm of P. Yowell juat at the outskirts of ing and 4 to 6 of the service, and then Auatln, with the town. Workmen are engaged on the foun- provided a now street directly cut of the Court in pricta from 2) to 3 for common, will Mil them at bottom price. addation of the new flouring mill and the House, to t called Market street, lor tho puruss for beat. All aold, A great many plug utmost calmness and lumber for the aamo is under contract. We ofalordlnga convenient place for the exhibition Tile fine mare of Iter. horse and common mule on the market. dressed the vast crowd, giving the confe-ioIloiuist Stolen. are talking about a branch railroad to tap and idling ol stock, aud whereas, the sale of stock EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, $00 to Horse J, M. llruce and two hoiata belonging to brought Felling$80from $125 per $100. Mule aa written, and exhorting every body the O. H. at some near point. A bank la in on Lancailer and Main street hu heretofore been head. 11. T. to from George W. King were atolen from the rack so aa pnnteimilalion and confidently calculated urodu tlvs of arest loro nvrulenco to the other to ahun whisky and evil companions, Iluah, AucL end to tho Court.; at the Hiptlal church, Crab Orchard, Satto meet him in heaven. He said his aim unon aa belnir In the near future and of business of tho city of Stanfordthat henceforth no Meeting at Liberty Neit Monifa, telephonic com dow, therefore, bo It ordered Rail Road urday night. Thry were traced aeveral been forgiven; he had forgiven every course we will soon have had rattle, horses or stwk of any description shall bs municatisn with Stanford. IfV thi Jnttrktr Jvunial.) QUEEN8WAUE, GLASSWARE, mile and a parly wa In hot purauit at laat Will .nil ilaxn body, and this evening he would be lu the V.l II 1QS Mrs. Helen Huffman, accompanied by sold or iruilllcd to stand fr lu.iwcllou on any on any account. ItUauppoed that the thieve call the attention of the reader of your pa presence of hie Matter. the lively Ml Annie Cook Huffman, is County Court day of Llnrolu county Ll.fVet of the Stfuet t.ui.nrNtinlnr.1. uff. .ml are convict that are continually allowed to He had never committed any crime but hero on a visit. Misa Bailie Cook, ."".. v, : :, r in ila next Issue, to meeting that will street and that portlou be held In Liberty, Caaer county, on iuea this, thou.h many had been laid at bis Hello Seminary, and the Mlsaea TwiJwell, atoresald, Baptist Church encape from the railroad contractor. Bunday at ; of Main street from tho stono crossing at Haugh front DiiiRhteni College, Comont, &o. Also day, Oct. 23J, for the consideration of the knew that it was a terrible murhome. Mm. Dr. Ketse and dauitlitera, of1 luau'a Uvary Stable lo the alreet crossing at the Tub Fuiinituiib Fautoky. The ub building of the Cincinnati, Ureen ltlver A door. He hia life for it and JacUaonTllle. of the .Wiyterlau Church yard and ths 111., are tlsltina relatives east eud Nashville It. It., lor which work there ha der and ho willingly gave acriber met Friday night and recommend-elo I prepared to hoped hi enemies would be satisfied. Hi here. Mr. J. 11. tlreen la on a vlHlt to the allay leadlug from Vaugbuiau'a Uvery Stable by 8. II. Shanka, M. D. Klmore, T. P. Hill, been a company formed that Any violation ol thla ordlusuco puah the work through at once, if the cltl speech Waa well delivered and hi gesture family of Dr, Frank Held, of Nelson coun tba branch. shsll bo puul.bsd by a One of not less And tho Mr. and Mrs. John D. auy ieron J. W, Alcorn, K. Hurlburt and Joe 8. reus along the proposed line are aufiiclently closed ty. Dr. Kd. Alcorn. Grimes director for the propoaed catabllih In sympathy with the project to extend were those of a regular speaker. He Carpenter and Misa Hachael Carpenter haee than two (f .) nor luora than twenty (120) dolls rr. OX-IVEbowing to the cone to New York. Dr, W. M. Wain and The Msr.ti.Uf Ihoclty ofbtanbrd la especially K tuent and decided to tend S. H.Shauka and proper encouragement to the undertakiug. with an exhortation and a tail fare- It. Clay Iilaln are ataylnn with their father directed to see) to lbs enlurceui ent of this ordl. W. 8. WUhera to examine audi factoriea In It I hoped there will be a good turn out crowd on every side, bade them on aud nauca. Tlil.ordiu.Dcoib.il to la farce Nona claim a better Plow, but hope to have an equal. Roofing, Gutter meeting, a thi la an Important ahook hands with those on In hia illness. Hia daughter, Mrs. Battle Louiaville and Cincinnati and get coat of at tho to the welfare of the cititeue of thla well. He thru luff, &o., done ou short notice. Hall, of Knoxville, Is alao with him. h. after llspaiuge. matter Msyor. the scaffold, the Sheriff and his deputies, 1), Adauia haa cone to the Grand Lodge, J-MM. OAUOIIKKTY, machinery, Ao. The maximum of the comity. The whole project will be tho; m iir TrtTTiUB'Pri'W Hlgginbolhtham and Hiram Hoth John J Mellon, Clerk Clly CouucIL Balosmon. Cook to Louisville and Uriah Dunn atock wu fixed at $100,000 am! the mini- ouglily explained at the meeting. Your George J DAVID HKINNEH, , Octobers, ISSi. well, and the guards, W. C. Wherrltt, W. South, O. W.Bwkenky, Siieuiri-truly, mum at $20,000. Minn Buy Paihth of 1'cnnv A McAliater. Nkw atock of Jewelry and Bilverwaro Penny McAlliter'a. Watch w, Clock and Jewelry repaired and warranted hy Penny A McAliater. Ram. lot o( Zelcler'a filioea Juat received ami fornaleat J, II. AH. II. Khanki. Htahiiaihi Hlieet Mimic, Vocil and In atrumental, for 10 centa at IViiny A McAl Miks HAtxtF. IfAniiiaoN hi taken room at the St. Aaapli Hotel and I pre pared to do all kind of eewlni. She rea rpectfully aaka a aliaro in that line of pat t ronage. Wn have received from Landy't gallery Cincinnati, an excellent cabinet photograph of Her. Oro. O. lUrnr. Tiioae drairing coplr aro refrrrcd to an advcrtlaement In another column. Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. William Austin. ICuntlnucit from Brit Lan- Hellr nudum ha ft. ITOK HATAll e dirt-roa- d Hfmi-Wkf.ki- m First National Bank. MYERS HOTEL, and Cbuner-Journ- af, get-tin- g STANFORD. KY. Propr. first-clas- buil-ne- firet-clas- p. first-cla- s Arty-on- e aeeoma-odatlo- -- 8J-- JI I, lt GEORGE eo-- BARNES! UIJ.sWsi SITIAIBILI2SI! -- Important 1 Having bought out H. will keep hand a nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. are also in NOTICE THE COAL all share of TJRA.IEJ9 Cbun'er-Jburna- A. T. NUNJtfEMLEir, BTASa. I'ur-nrl- JIIIVST3?EI,S S- B. K. MAIN WEAREN, XJIVOBR.TA.IilEIfc, STANFORD, KY. 1 DBexxcH.! y, 1 bb&ubb m VSSSBOWm STREET, Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap 1 1 l, I''" Night, October Side-Splittin- reaus, Mattresses, Lnmn Stands, best Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, QUARTETTE o FOB SALE! E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURmSHING GOODS. a (. (ine-thlr- s, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, 8.-I- J. CONFECTIONERY BAKERY! CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS TIM W HIGGINS. Salesman. eape-ciall- y 1 ra-ci- li AU w -- COMMERCIAL Shelf Hardware, Iron, Shot-guna- TOWN Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, llims, SHAFTS, SHELLERS, breech-loadin- g - Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, n T ...-..- -.. ' ent Sto ves.Tinware, Fruit Jars 3ri'ocexies;9 Salt, Lime, THEI CHAIKPIOItir CJENUINK d STEEL flow, ClIirhJED 1'IOW. M-- u W'g.1 WnmAji ,,. -- i'w. ; l . M r Tint vnnrtKLT.A jiackkt. A ILtrtford (Conn.) man was denounc-!lng newspaper advertising fo B"crowd of listeners. A " Last week," said lie. hod an nm Mornlnij, October 17, 1882 Tuesday brolla stolen from tho vestibule of tho clmrclu It was a gift, nnd, valuing it fortlgn tourists that, very highly, I upont double llio worth in 'X'ka told wliUo many of our fences are reflected advertising, but I havo not recovered in thoso of other Iruitls, llio counterpart it." "How did you word tho advertiseof Uio ElgzAg fenco la to bo bocu ia no othor country. It is tjrjiicnl of Ynnkco-lan- ment?" asked a merchant, "Iloro it is," said tho man, producing It In known iu tlio rmko or Virginia ft slip cut from n newspaper. Tlio morchant took it nnd read": fence, and rut tlio rclio of n lavish cm of "nnllmitod forestry. History docs not "Lost from tho vestibulo of tho chronicle tlio nnmo of its invonlor, Imtl Church last Hundayovcning n black silk Tho gentleman who took it linro long sinco lenrnod to cherish npro-foun- d umbrella. respect for tho tscmory of this un- will bo handsomely rownrded by leaving known individual. It is hard for mo to it nt No. , San Fernando street. imngirjo'!i?t!io person of this primitive " Now," said tho merchant, " I am a roilsplittcr tho picluro of an nntiitorcd liberal advertiser, nnd havo nlwnyB backwoodsman, nnd I novcr follow tho found it paid mo well. A groat deal do- courso of ono of tlicso fences without ponds upon tho mnnncr in which an feeling that its original bnildcr must advertisement is put. Lot us try for havo Been his work through oyes artistic your umbrella again, nnd, if you do not then ocknowlodgj that advertising pays, 'nil well ns practical. Thd 'careless nbnqdon of its lines a I will purchnjo yon a now one" Tlio merchant then took a rpip of repetition of form in which absolute repetition is continually dqfird by tho paper from his pocket nnd wrote : " If tho man who was scon to tako an .capricious involution of tlio grain, for thero afo no two rails mado in tho Bamo umbrella from tho vestibulo of mold and tlicir gray satiny sheen, thoir Church last Sunday docs not want to weather-beatestains of moss and lich- get into troublo and havo a stain cast en, and tho play of lights upon his Christian character, which ho and shadows from their waving weeds values so highly, ho will return it nt and vines, mnko tho old roil fonco truly onco to No. , Ban Fornando street. an object of real beauty in our land- Ho is well known." This duly nppcared in tho paper, and scape. Often have I lingered in its s, and a hundred limes havo I thought tlio following morning tho man was as'of tho host of pictures and reminiscences tonished when ho opened tho front door which might fill a book to tho glory of a of his residence. On iho porch lay nt least half a dozen umbrellas of nil shades fence corner. Moreover, this peculiarity of confor- nnd sizes, that had been tlirown in from mation panders to a most worthy and tho sidewalk, whilo tho front yard wna ,b!cssod nhiftlcssncss happily latent in literally paved with umbrellas. Many of tho ,boncs of almost every farmer ; for them had notes nttached to them, saying whilo tlio plowsharo creeps closo along that they had been taken by mistake, tho basa of tho old stono wall, and tho nnd begging tho loser to keep tlio little direct courso of most other fences offers affair quiet. Louisville Commercial. ft free scopo for tho mower's scytho or ltHUWU KD UCA TIOX OP It (MK.V. Iholrcapcr's blade, tho outward corners Wo need higher culturo for thoso of 'tho zigzag fenco dodgo beyond its women who do not enter tho professions. reach, and thus escape. How often, Our system of educating tho girls, as n too, aro tlicso recesses tho convenient rulo, is very radically false, Thero nro storage quarters for tho stones and notnblo exceptions, but tho rulo is tho stubblo of tho field, nnd as such rccoivo following, that tho object Bought to bo L tvid'o berth from tho gained is nccomrilLsnmcnts rather than ftcythd or cradle. solid knowledge Women aro taught to tho old rail fenco bedeck play tho piano and to uso tho French itself abundantly with wreaths and gar- language. Thoy get n smattering of lands. Tho refuse stono piles clotho many subjects, an intellectual grip on themselves in' tnnglos of creeping dewhardly any. Even knowlcdgo is given berry, cinquo-foi- l and ground-ivy- , nnd an accomplishment that is, not leaves of tho creeping mallows them as tho round for its own sako, but to mako them apconspire, to hido their nakedness. Tall pear pleasing. To bo blunt, womon aro brambles rise and yield thoir showy educated so they may please- men. Tho blossoms to tho rilling "bees, or later fault is less with tho teachers than with hong- - their purplo fruit in tempting tlio parents, who crcato tho demand and clusters to tho troop of boys in their obtain tho supply in our fashionablo eager scramble among tho rails. Thero schools. All this ought not to be. Our aro .no black raspberries so largo and education of girls should bo moro pracluscious, no hazel nuts so full and brown, tical, moro solidly useful than it is. and no filberts so tantalizing beneath Every woman, whether she needs to their prickly pods, as thoso that grow enter n profession or not, should bo so protection of tho old roil np under tho trained that she can enter ono, or at fence. Hero- tlio rich green beds of least perform somo useful scrvico for sweet fern givo out their oromatio savor which society will remunerate her. to tho wise old simpler, tho eager small Every girl should know that sho can boy, or oven to tho squirrel in quest of support herself if sho desires to do so. tlio nutty kernels among its seed bobs. If this wcro tho cose, women would havo Tho dull red blossoms of thoglycino tell greater indejendcnco and freedom in .of sweet tubers beneath tho ground, and choosing their husbands than thoy now tho bright sunflowers of tall artichokes havo, nnd tho knowlcdgo that thero is e invito tho search among their on alternative open to them would causo 11 roots. them to enter married lifo on a footing Hero in theso sheltered angles tlio of greater equality than is now accorded eddying November winds hurl thoir fly.' to tlicm. Thero would then bo fewer of ing leaves, and heap tho glory of tho thoso unhappy marriages into which autumn present upon tho matted mold young women allow themselves to bo of .many autumns past. Later, tlio hurried for fear of falling a burden upon whistling gales of winter whirl about their father or their brothers ; fewer of Its Jsorncrs. Olouds of drifting snow thoso cases in which a woman Bays bedim .tho evergreens, and drive- along "yes " at tho altar when her wholo soul the meadow, battling with tho army of means "no." taSJI gaunt" mulleins and sumacs'j and at lost aro whirled along Tins Lonon Live Slock Journal gives theso weather-beatetimbers, whero two methods of starting a balky horso : fantastio-pcoko- d Alps arise, and "First, tiro your steed out by remain' glistoning cliffs hem in tho ing perfectly quiet until ho starts of his rambling rails in great own accord ; second, when a horso crescents whito and dazzling, to draw nt all, put him in n cart in nero, too, tho Icy air shall ring with a shed and keep him thero until ho tho shouts of thoso samo voicos that aro walks out Iu- - ono instanco tho obsti-unt- o 'known so woll by tho rural fonco through ono was thirty-si- x hours in tlio every month and season, with their rol- shafts beforo ho gavo in." licking, testimonies of parFAiwixa. ties and squirrel limits and hutting exBy attaching a pump, propelled by ploits. William Hamilton tilbson, in tho wind, to a well, says tho St Paul .Harper' Magazine Pionecr-Prctyou can supply a basin hasty junasiisxr. foot in diameter, from fifty to sventy-flv- o ' Nothing is moro unjust than to judgo and six to eight feet deep, with water of n man by too short an acquaintance, sufficient to raiso sovcral thousand carp and too slight inspection ; for it often or other fislu Tlio cost of tho jwud and happens that in tho looso and thought-les- g appurtenances need not exceed 850. Tlio and dissipated thero is a sccrot bottom and bIcIcb need to bo cemented which may shoot out by thoroughly. WJicn tho basin is comproporucultivation ; that tho spark of plete, placo in it a small quantity of heaven, though dimmed and obstructed, brush or floating weeds. If you intend is yet not extinguished, but may, by tho to raiso carp do not placo other fish of breath of counsel and exhortation, bo a predatory character iu tha pond. Tho kindled into a flame. To imagino that tipawning will occur during tho spring ,cvcry ononvho is not completely good is months, tho femalo laying from CO.OOO irrevocably abandoned, is to suppose to 600,000 eggs, Tho eggs will adhoro that all aro capable of tho samo degroo to whatever thoy touch, and will soon of ciccllcuicf. It is, indeed, to exact hatoh. Tlio green fcciunof a partially frora all that porfectipn which uono can stagnant pond is lino food for tho young over attain. And, sinco tho purest o flslu Mud iu tho bottom of tho poml is is consistent with somo vice, nnd tho beneficial. Tho fish will feed readily on virtuo of tlio grcatost number with kitchen-gardercfuso, such as cnbbago, an equal proportion of contrary lock, lettuce, hominy or other substances. 'qualities, lot nono too hastily concludo Water seldom becomes too warm for tho that all goodness is lost, though it may fihli. During freezing weather thoy bury for a tiino bo clouded and ovorwholmod, themselves iu tho mud at tho bottom of forjinont minds aro tho ulavos of oxternal tho pond. Whilo iu this condition thoy circumstances onu coniorm to any iiaud should not bo disturbed. In a jioud of that undertakes to mold them, roll down given dimensions saveral thousand fish any torrent of custom in which thoy havo annually bcou taken. If weeds and liappon to bo caught, or bond to any grass grow profusely about tho borders imiortuuity that bears hard against of tho pond, so much tho belter for tlio them. Samuel Johnton, fish. In two years' time- you can havo a ,vyiiiTia,thoi diflcnnoo bctwoon coU constant supplyofof asport and food, and jond to assist in ton nnd wool f Givo it up, oh? Well, tho advantage boaulif ving your homo. is growu down Bouth, and tho other ono lj grown (in ft Boiith Down. A Mkxicax bought and used an Ainer-ca- n plow, but as tho summer was dry Hoa cholera is a di&oaso which lias and his erojw failed not another plow has boon known only about twenty-eigh- t over boon told iu that locality, years, it having first broken out among New Orlrnnt Mlimtrtl litre October 'i'in iktiUcry frog at Aurora, lud, gm-- jlMtr1 J lsATORI?, m AVt II 111 ecnm mcnorjournai I (if f KIT. - .. "I lj d. n g run c.vi op ,. Tlio idea is now ingrained in tho American mind that tho ono great nil Incrcnso of . populalfon. This idea will survivo tho circumslnncca which gnvo it birth, nnd then tlio Amor-ienn- s will nwnko to a senso of Jmnrovi- doneo that is now taking no thought of tho morrow. It may Iks olijcctcd that tho timo is far distant when tho population will bo loo large, and when, therefore, Iho growth of population may threaten tho institutions of tho country with danger. Hut is it bo? As wo havo already jiointcd out, in nnother eight years tho population of tho United Slates will jicnrly oqunl tho populations of Franco nnd tho United Kingdom added together; whilo in nnother ten years; if tha rnto of growth is maintained, tha population of tho United States will probably equal that of llussia, nnd, unless eomo great disaster occurs to check tho rato of growth, in another fifty years it will havo readied an enormous magnitude. Already tho population is densu in parts of tho older Eastern States. Aud when it is borno in mind that tlio system of cultivation tonds to exhaust tho soil, wliilo, na wo nlso, havo said, tho desiro to increase-thpopulation is an overmastering ono in tho American mind, it is highly probn-bl- o that the dangers attendant upon will como sooner than is now anticipated, especially if tlio competition of other pro ducing countries should incrcoso very rapidly, nnd should threaten American supremacy in tho European markets. Nor is it only tho United States that have to dread this difficulty. European populations nro multiplying in confidence that emigration is always avail able for thoso who cannot livo at homo. Out what will bo tho consequences when the United States aro closed to tlio in- imiiijiatiix. desid-cratnm- on from this dislanco, whether von nro filled for Uio hard'llfa of pnowspapcr wrflrpr uoV Tlintis 'llio only question to Iw decided, for qualification is quite immaterial. You must 1k prepared to rise from your Ul as enrly as 10 n. ro., in orilcr Hint you may havo finished rending your private mail by noon. Lunch is always paid for by tho office, but you havo got to accustom yourself to but fivo coursoa nnd to only two kinds of wine somo papers stand tliroo, including champagne, but thoy nro tho exception rnlher than tho rulo. At 1 p. m. you aro expected to read tho morning fapcrs, and if you nro not too much exhausted by tho effort you can havo n gnuio of nows-papbilliards for no office id without n billiard room. At 7 p. m. you nro expected to toll tho city editor whero you will spend tho ovening, ro that ho can scud for you in caso your friends call, and then yon can go to tlio theater, ocra, ball or dogfight, to which tickets nnd n carriago will bo provided. It you think you can stand such laborious work, como on and wo will sco what wo can do for yon; but yon must understand Hint thero is nono of tlio luxury to which you havo boon liccufltonied iu a uowsiiajcr office. Plain velvet carpets aro good enough for tills class of laborers ; lounging choirs aro of courso indispensable, but thoy aro upholstered in plain satin with no tidies. desk and four gold Only ono roll-topens aro furnished by tho ofllco; if you need any moro yon will bo oxpected to furnish them yourself. Ifut onu sofa and ono silver drinking cup nra allowed to each man, so you can sco there aro soma discomforts to bo put up with. d er p It k hard to tell, xnir.nrArKi: novrixn. cjioirxiu) jir.Ans. Th !." rilllrlSMOVtli T. W. Ill I' IK K. II lUllll'Ttllil. llotton Jat, tending emigrant? Jlcvtcw. London Satiinlay .i.v r.nnuis. Editor Wnttcrson, in tho Louisvillo Courier-Journa- l, speaks as follows about conducting n nowiipaper : " Somo poo-pl- o estimate tlio ability of a periodical and tho talent of its editor by tho quantity of its original matter. It is comparatively nn easy task for a frothy writer to string' out n column of words upon nny and all subjects. His ideas may flow iu ono weak, washy, everlasting flood, and tho command of his language may cnablo him to string them together liku bunches of onions, nnd yet his paper may bo hut a meager and poor concern. Indeed, tho mere writing part of editing a paper is but a small portion of tho work. Tho care, tho limo employed in" selecting, is far moro important, nnd tlio fact of a good editor is better shown by his selections than anything tlso ; and that, wo know, is holt tlio battle. Hut, we havo Bald, an editor ought to bo estimated, his labor understood and appreciated, by tho general conduct of his paper its tono, its uniform, consistent courso, aims, maulincss, its dignity, and its proprioty. To theso a they should bo prcsorvod is enough to occupy fully tho timo and at tention of any man. If to this bo added tlio general supervision of tlio of publication which most editors havo to encounter, tho wonder is how they find timo to writo nt alt" pro-serdo-tai- ls T11B ST1CIIIO. nowly-whctto- d - - old-tim- Tho foremost placo in this gallery of fautastio portraits is duo to tho most popular " genius " in Oreoco; that ono which, together with tho Nereids, has tlio greatest hold upon tho imagination of children nnd old people. Tho stichio is known and dreaded ip all tho provinces, and no traveler, hnlting by tho night on his journey under a peasant's roof, can fail to hear it talked of. Tlio stichio is n specter, a wondering bouI, a vaguo phantom, sometimes invisible-- af others assuming tho most widely various forms. Wo shall sco presently that ancient mythological creations havo mingled in tills being unJcr tho somo namo and added to its attributes. Tho characteristics of tho stichio nro very numerous and various, but ho is especially to bo regarded as tho household "genius." Tho stichio is good or evil, inoffensivo or harmful; every dwelling has its inovitablo stichio, and, ns thero is no possibility of getting rid of it, tho groat obect is to render it 03 friendly and favorablo as possible. With this view, no ono who builds a houso would omit to slay a lamb over tho foundations, letting tho blood run into tho earth, so that tho stichio may drink it and bo propitiated. This is an obligatory tribute, nnd if tho ceremony, which is called by tho ancient namo of " thy-si- a " (sacrifice), wcro omitted, tho dwelling would bo forover disturbed byn "kako" or bad stichio. The JV7c-tcet- h Century. , bo-co- OUT MtniCIMC, VaaCVHX.. AI'IMhii'IAS.ii ht.ar-King Harold died from tlio effects of a W tor lierebr notlSnl i ",H,i iHMt "j 'yZr ' shot in tho oyo ; William of Normandy to The era their ol J. I.. ' '" "!IH lri,ft, i.i r I prewnl clIi.u,,proilr proreo, on nr -- " i)i iJ iT II, - Hoik Narie, .ml alBtd got n bruise that led to n wretched foraOctoUr20, IM1. tfaoiecaa lleft wllhT. W. ti U It tftlN,. "l'rtMrlpMi,H r i all'l Irrlrl, Vrirm R.U. Adi!rt death ; William II. was shot with an ar- AW. K Varnon. mfH ihleti II J, I'. llVl.lt, THE PUQLISHtn D. 134. Milotykaa, Wit. (VtoUr3-lteTniilre ef J. I. (Kle. row nnd killed ; nnd so it went, tho good Kings nnd Queens lcing killed by tho bnd ieoplo, whilo tlio bad sovereigns College. wcro put out of tlio way by tho good -- . " EXPnessm 1 .STAN.'OItl, II V. people. ) a. i'i jt3(Ai mu Tut mr MOItQAN, King Edwy's heart jarv'riis'i Tho next King, Edgar, rcignod for In Blinford on Will eek SlteofKlage, JoiSO. :iaileai .latetelt nl Pern-eKeeling raiwrllr, Inuludlng gillrry im, ofenth month. from nrit Morula?. seventeen years, nnd, strango to say, In8t. Awph llotel, oier lie literDental noma llMMnalila rah to g.l allraclfoni. A llrlhl' Addieat at atora. Hoilfn.)AlIjinfajlrr three mnlb had no troublo at all, and finally died on (row third Molidar. Dental week!Inof each llouxi nnin Minn ordinary, ovory-da- y eailgrt sort of death, nt his ruraullroui oild gaM admlnllerel when lierrMnrr. 42 If residence, No. so nnd bo, such a street, Edgar, King of England, ngo 117 years, nam .ii. mucmrrr, fiEUABLE SELF-CUR11 mouths nnd 18 days. Friends of tha ATTOR N EY AT LAW, A favortta rrmrrlntlon ef Ana n thai family invited to attend. Tlio next to mott noted and tuceaMhjl fpeclalUlt In tha D.ri, Mt. Vornon, Ky. nowrellrvOl tor the cure l.f Xerrwwa DrHHtv. nHsnuia Iho crown wns Edward, who, a raf Mnnh4, tlrAMeaaaud Jfeeaii. heul very short timo thereafter, wns stabbed Uplalnaealedaurtloty, DrufgUiacauullib Will practice lilt profewlon In Itorkraalla and in tho back by n hireling of his mother, adjoining countlet and In tha Court ot AppcU. AdJrait DR. WARD A CO.. UultUaj, M. Elfrida, whoso own son, Etholrod, then Special attanUo glean to cnllrctlont. THE DISCAtCS OF . ,I i succeeded to tho tlirono. lung Edmund sfVff'YOU TH and MAIJHOOO was murdered by ono ot his nobles; hX& KL, ACUinr 'n tr ' ii withO. Queen England, in which caso your wretched cxislcujo nnd miscrnblo doath would havo licon nsBurcd. Thero wna King Edmund, who, whilo feasting with nil his nobles nliont him, wna attacked by a noted robber of tho day nnd stnblicd to tho heart. Without pausing lo inqniro what tho nobles wcro about to permit this murder, wo will proceed lo King Edred, Edred was hounded into dissoluteness by n favorite, St Dunstnn, nn ambitious priest, who wns permitted to run tho governmental mnchino pretty much ns ho pleased. Ed-wtlio successor of Edrod, inhoritcd tho partisanship of Hrothcr St Duns tan, but, choosing to marry against St Dunstan'a will, ho incurred tho violent displeasure of tho man of God, who through tho instrumentality of Odo, thon Archbishop ot Canterbury, caused tho Queen's ftieo to bo burned with hot irons, aud then carried her away to Ireland, auu finally killed her, tho shock breaking poor y, I tlL. i a HerleerjWundi Morning and night MeellngaTlinrla nlghta. tlundaThchoo Did you over stop, gentlo reader, in A.'!' IjA.'W, mw a. M. J. M. Wini, nuptrlnten.ltnt. Thi Wnmtn't Mlnlnntrr Hocletr raeett her on the lit TANKOUI), ky. t your ovcnly-balanco- d nnd unchecked Office In Owil.t A Hon't new ImlMlnit-- np .....I.. 1. I.'" ...... 11. .1 .. v nm Mia. T. T, mivmiii, .. tUIr. Quini in Darleas I'letldent. career ns n peaceful freomnn of our glo AIT1BT. UT. J. M. Ilaitrx, 1'aaUir. rVieleel II. O. KAUiTMAN, rious Union, lo conrldor how fortunnto onreennn ami loorin nunoaja, morning and night, Prater Meeting arerr Wrdmwdaj afterit is for you that you woro not nlivo'GOO LANCA8TRH, KY. noon. Hundaf Cehool at io a. v. It, K. Ilarro or 1,000 years ngo? Hecauso If you had Mutter (VminilMloi.fr ami (Vuntj Atlornf. Will Superintendent. praeilra In all thu Ointlt of tlarranl and adjoining Worship tiy the rnrHtreg'atlon lecn living thon you might, nnd in nil eouutliaand In IlieUiuit tl AppraK CIIHIMTIAN rreachlngbr Dr. JWCo probability would, havo lcon King or on flrit anl Third Ixird'a data, tiundaj Hchnol ALEX. ANDHHON, Jna Hereranee, Haperlhtendent. at of from tho Qnclnnitl t'ntt tifttany Kingly Jlillrr. VAaxnN. WALtAOl Blnrlr NUjhl.J A'jri'OJlNaVM T. W. ft W.B VAltNON, VAOI. M R irTJnlilur MlllfTii .... ..! ...i.l A'ri'OUMJV At IjAV, ATl'tMlNJU' AT IAAV, DANVILI.K, KY., i couMIm and In Ibo Court of WlllprtcllcolnllKGourtaofllerleaniladJolnlne Til.- - Ile. iT S. Mf 1H 1llKr'llYTI.It!AN. Hot Hrhonl at KW. John W. Itaut, iiirlntendenl. Union I'rafer Meeting on l. v. ,.iRriii-in nn ma unuriaui v afer an muntlet, and In th Unuil or Aprealt. MlMwIil atlnllAn l... M. .Anu.l.. a (... um i.Airiiini. lint vtii ..' r. I'lerca'a ttoia. U. . .. , AT'l'OltNim MAUTKHUON 1'ilYTON, A.iuKiiniiiaaKoarAiiaTcouKir, AtI. Wedneeilar nlgbta. .l f .'J I JAW, STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DKlfiTBT.HTANKOItn, KY., 5, B, WINE, IlKlLtjaIN ...;.""" Ult. J. HrANr-OUD- Offlca ortr Uolit. 8. from 1 lo S) an. 7 to ..... O. OAIU'KNTDit, .. KKNTUCKY 1.jtle'i tlore. Ode I r. . hourt Menuuicnla, llraditnnce, TaUeta,Ae. J. J. WILBON, 8TANK0UI), KY, Offlrt and ItctlJtnre, Upper Main M. ot all klndt aeallf eiecu-Iand Mile-ficti- Utlll. Work d .ii IIKNTNT. l. Ho- tline and on appllca-lio1 n. HUU0130N I1J3NTIHT, 8TANKOUI). KY. Offlce I.BEiIIUFl'MAN. tlj lot h yen iioiei. ruraNllrout Oxldt Oat adinlnUtarrd who It. D. South Main Htreol, two doora aboTt OPERA HOUSE, HTANr'OIlD, KY. M i 13. H. W. P. WALTON, - . Proprietor. rf Srmlil 1 FREE! E. fiR - lIar ' li't a ot ere. Stanford Female With a Full Corps jit re LTJTVXTSroifc 2 ! at Mill of Teachers, A Thlt Initllutinn willoienlla Thlrtecalh feulan on the 2d Mnndajr In beplewWr neat. ALL Til K HIUNCIUJ4 Or m I . lagMlak. 149. 1 , Mn ... . itritT eM w4 itM Ii4& H m t,T ..m4ml UftfiftM .f . ..) lW l m4m I nmw I trmm cm fl- -i r-- I .11 r nil ti'llg ww all tte (mi tUl m4 t Mto Umtirt. Iffli t.,c.w. i, mI ' jia ' '!. 'm4i !... M (Inltri tnllnSiutli of Highland, Ibl ttUtltel tor Tltnlwr, Jeliti. KludJIiir. IJitt , Ac , rltht r Oak or li)iUr. IToini't HUnllon flt-Mill tocTrrrtlilngln tin linn f JjrbulMluj. n. It. IIOHI.NNO. SC-- lt Kocin ml HulMln( I.umUr il munly. for N M tt I ut lhU 1rl 1MM ttfMl MellM MMfDJ I rinlt'i THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUnSE Are taught, aa widl at lf0STET?g m, ia&A MU8I0. THE LANUUA(U:h. lilt AW' INO AND I'AINTINO. Tnrvury y iiir. ii i ui or old fnnn l with nnvf'U or rHylitl labiliwr iirtotncj " air. itiivuUr nnl nlfu U tr an pet.tl mnt to Hl.ttS MM .OY CO. &t.Loul,Mo w i r u' wur ii uacdr VtuB4 Lm ow, v t.-- i r u. trvn'.-- ty 1 ..4 i j. a i JU TERMS MODERATE. in luuion, priera range irew taa lo ai in iu regular liepartuienta. Primary. Ma; Interuedlat U0; Prcparatojf, 110, and Cullrgtale, fM. For full particular!, at lo Poard, Ac , tddie. TlltN. H. V. TlttIi:ili:.KT. I'rlrirliml sunford, Lincoln Co., Ky. mm, 8TTERS The Irnc anllilole to tho effects of mlaim btomich IlilliT. Thlf mulIt HutU-tltlein l one of the mot iHipuIar rcmcUli or an mre of iiiccruful iiroprkury tivciflci. anil I In imnirnte ilrmami wherever on Continent ftier and aguo cxltu. A till wlnefclaunil three timet a Uay I too beat pottlble preparatira fcr encountering a malarious atmotpbere, mrulatlng the liver, ami Invlcoratlnir the. tlnmacb. for tale by aft DruT?ltt uuil Dealcra Keuerallr. TUTT'S PILLS UenJ. wti i a till acnaatlon In tha port, t'a n un mr tbs Bhoulder ', ..: luliiieaa after catinp. with a illtln-- . I iirttma to exertion f f butlr or mind, ii nubility uf tomp r. Low tplntt, with lorun.T of havlnr: U' elected tome duty, e in o.. liailnet, lutterln at tho II. '. 1) .a tho oyca. Yellow rJkin, lt"ii'iaoh. guneraiijr ov.r tha right ore. It. .t uiiini, with I.tful dream, highly cotiroJ Urine, .ml 110 i, . LA1TE & 310DLFA CO. AMAROCO TORPID LIVER. lAa of ppotit, Ilowott coitlro. I'ain In . oi CYMPTOMS OF A Never go into a nowspapor ofllco to shoot tho editor. If yon do you had better Uko your coffin along. Many editors havo skeletons iu their closets, and it is no uncommon thing for " ghosts" to bo found about tho haunts of printers. Char. Dudley Wauner remarks: "Although thero aro scattered through tho laud many persons, 1 am sorry to say, uuablo to pay for n nowspapor, I havo novcr heard of anybody unablo to edit ono." .11 XlltL Jl.lltlltC'CS. GOLD MEML nv THE Cam . ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, ImIIS Steam Engine and Saw Mil Sihlblled at Atlanta In legt Manuftcturcrt of 8teara I'ntinx, llolltri, Baw Millt, Hang t.Jgcrt Lath M. bln.i. Hub and Hooko Mathmerr tihafling. Ilangera. Ueartng. tirlitand Flour IHIIl Hprclat llreolarof oar ,e, I riaatatle. Send jail Mill, nalch ne aell f.r CONSTIPATION. TtTTTsriI.LHnrfftiprrlnIljrntU)itfKtto nrit r.tfttnntrduo rlTprls Hiirhn rlmnco of frlinc u tit nlunlli tlm u(Trrrr Tit- - InrrrttM Hi emrii. riuk iho Ut tliut Ibo r'l.fMU lxv I.. Titk !!.- t I Anthill.Art Ian on the ' Tml i(irl4lirl. prct ltljcrlltf llrVNHt, llrMltr 1HINi V dun-rXI Hurtms M.. M. Y. u - - red-capp- ed n over-lungi- An English prisonor who had been bitten by a cat tried to simulate hydrophobia and obtain an opportunity to escape. Ho crawled on tho floor, barked likoadogand becamo furious when approached ; but tho physicians of tho hospital to which ho was taken could not bo dnpod by theso tricks, and frightened him into confessing his folly by talking of testing him with a largo clec-tri- o fr i battery. i od of A raxsiciAX saya that our American wivos nro totally iguorant of everything that pertains to their own health or that of tho healthful rearing of on infant nino-tcntl- wild-liow- risn clay virus. pipo is niado in this city bt tho rato of about 2,000,000 a year, worth 6 or 10 cents apiece, or $10,000 or 820,000. Tlio clay comes from Martha's Vinoyard, Governor's island, N. T., nnd Tliroo hundred tons Lako Michigan. nro used in a year. The threo kinds of clays aro mixed or ground together. A workman with n pile of clay behind him makes from it singlo rolls of clay, each largo enough to mako n pipe, Tho noxt worker places tho clay in a pipo mold, runs n wire into tho stem part, puts under a lover and makes tho bowl. Fifteen hundred day aro molded by ono man. Tho molds may bo of various to form tho decorated bowl. Tho latest is tho "Laud Loaguo," representing eviction on ono sido and prison lifo ou tho other. In pipes, as iu other things, novelties must bo gtvou tho smoking public, aud as thoso interested in Laud Leagues aro fair smokers this pipo will bo bought for uso and 'for patriotism. After tho molding process tho pipes nro laid away to dry or drain until the water is woll out of them. Thoy aro y then put iu receivers, 100 in each, and placed in tho f urnaco or kiln to bo burned. Tho oven holds 70,000 pipes. Thoy ore thou hoatod to a whito heat, Tho pipo has a wooden stem and a silver band. Tho stems nro mado from inaplo by machinery designed for tho purpose They aro mado black by tho process of enameling, Tho band is mado from a circular picoo of brass; that is to say, a circular pioco of brass without break or seam is turned into a cylinder about an inch in length. Somo of the pipes aro btaiuod, whilo others aro left in tha color of clay to bo stained or colored by Iho smoker, J'rovldcnca Tho red-cla- y a, us vir-tu- n -- fire-cla- red-cla- y " Do any of your customers over fall asleep in tho shaving-chai- r ?" " Oh, dear, yes," ropllgd tho barber, flicking oft an intrusivo morsel of soapsuds. " That often happens in tlio cold weather, when men opprcciato tho warmth and comfort of tho saloon after coming iu from tha street When I sco au cldorly fat gentleman coming down stairs with a toothpick in Ids mouth I know I am going to hnvo troublo, bo I ehavo quickly and talk to him nil tho timo, making remarks tliat call for a reply, and occasionally splashing tho suds into his oyo or gutting tho shaving-brus-h into his mouth. Of courso ho Hut it's tlio only way to doesn't liko keep him awake. Worry him, sir, worry him all tlio time. Kocp stirring him up. Thero nro men, though, who will go to sleep iu Bpito of mo, lolling back in tho chair and drawing tlio skin of tho throat bo tight that it's almost n temptation to cut into it Thoy shut tlicir eyes at onco, and only grunt when I ask if Guitcau hfJi got a now trial, or out a piece oft them, or stick tho brush in their mouth ; but they're sound asleep when 1'vo finished shaving them, and they gut angry and swear when 7. wako them, is wondorful, too, how much troublo somo of our customers take, under tha impression that thoy aro helping us. When a man takes his lower lip into Ids mouth aud draws tho akin over his chin until it is tight as u drum he is adding considerably to our troublo, and tho slightest carelessness on our part is sure to cut him. It is much easier to go over a looso skin than n tight ono. Now, it you will just blow all that air shall shavo you out of your chock quicker and moro safely. Thank you. You'll look youuger with your whiskers off." A'ew York Sun. Ppccitl $200. J Aim TUT "PS HAIR DYE. n.AV lUiitnn WmtKitaa tbtngrd IniniiHr llLatK r atincleapplititliinoriuia line itlnt a natural color, acta IntaDlaniKiualy. Hi4d T DruuKtt, or tent by f ipreu on receipt of II. T, M MI'RRAY NTM !tl:W YORK. a ICIL eT (Or. TITT--.Iu -- lUk, BUU4.I..IU UWstUM u4 I Kit tnUMUm.t Cincinnati, New Orleans &, Texas Pacific LA.NE b BODLEX" CO., ,C i, Kit., Clnrlnnnll II.iIt tlttntlon clvto to IMntatioo iituitrtttcit Vtrruttirm tYm rrt Railway. CCII I THE- - MISS lucUxtrVpt.21, a?I.IBIIilEl l&M. No. 17, Nu.5. NilS. No.1. 1) lla'j Dal- - lMlly ex. ir e I Mill Buu. r.M. r.si. ,.M. .. ... ti IU H&i 'J CINCINNATI bOUTIIEUN HI VISION. laiexioi? imtmA. BTATION8. Lie. L'liclunitl.... ' UeoretowuH.mM. i 11 it 11 D.uillle J million llUh Mcbulitille..... ..... BrlJjja .. Ulr-...- If I'l II IU II lu 12 37 i 4IU 7 31 S4.1 7uo MM .c BZO i ic arSSv IM No. II 3 IO ii a .. bouierwt H...H... 1'ulul l(4jnuluV. .... ...... vm . -- 71 H1 I Arr. ClutUihtina " ltoiKWOod ...MM.M...M. 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I 3 30 67 3 ..II J122I 260 30 JOB PRINTING OFFICE to Is Froparod do all kinds of Printing in tho Best of Stylo and at City Figures. Try us. A tmnhlnnltoH STJESlOVC- - ........... ....., MKItlHIAN. ..; :I0 2U 12 I I Arr. Vltt.buri.... VIk.Un...... .......... t. Jck.u .......... ' Urtudoo Koiwt. JckiMi............ ... i .. I IU IU 2U 60 Too 1041 11123 141 443 Arr. MtrlUUn ...,........;.. ..... I. ... !. ... VICKKUUUO. bllltKVKItmr ANIl PACIFIC. Tiiu cultivation ol mustirooms is paying branch of gardening in Franco, whero this esculent is consumed ovcry year to tho valuo of (1,800,000. A homely but sonsiblo Philadelphia girl, who never woro a big hat at tha theater, has been married throa times, nnd on each occasion married rich, " Delia.... . Arr. klouruii...... ,Tt. Muoro.. ........... ic. Vkkiluru. ......,. . flkVHI i- - I 2W Arr. Vtck.buni JOHN BCOTT, V. 1. and (Jfii. Man. Clo Sou. U'r, Cincinnati, Oblo; K. 1', WIIX1N, (1. K. aud mui ..J. J. il. III. V. A, A. 11. S.mjiHiii w ... U'r. Oattanwwa.Teun.i IIKAN. II. J. IIAltDY, U V. A V AM. U'r. VUktburn. Mlaa., JOB V. IMIUIlli:. 0. I1 A, V., H. A. V. IV f, jiourue, iju ' Delta ., 110 12 30 3 30 ........ i.! 1130 'a liu M 1,NIL lu UjV l.raifli e. ali,l lu an iitu H, 1,1. .".e IVJl 1 llaLYU UlaAUa 1)11. I iwrutv nto icaxa lu modlclue. tiava uovcr found auylluog to alto llio reeulu tliat liu. llaiiTLu'a titrvoua 1'rtxt allon, iiianrcaMt Uix. In tlio blood of pitrli-i- remedy, luu IntiuuivDluaut, llytptiula, audauliu. lVf1 toy liaudn, iiia.io auiu wuiulrrful curet. tlila iHvrriilul oomlltlon of Ii hlrd luroiuuar-llilnrvnicI our uioal luilmul ihi Hut have I baillul touioof iirtfiriiirtiUi any pliytlciam, liat J )uiaJe. to thlt gnat aud riiiiiiioujidlr Irou preparation la fact, tuth a iir,K:rtlmllla r I'M. ltullt.lt I' HA kit KIJ1, lu my prai-Ucat Liu. llAUrill'a 11 W.I TuMlo It a fcr Un tin . Nov tetli. put tint Wakll Aernnn. 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