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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 20, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882102001_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 20, 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. nig) VOLUME Scmi-Mttlil- n X.- -N UMBER fil Halt 510. 4s4ssk. intefio 20, 1882 Shoulder-Hade- i M miftim NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 88. LINCOLN COUNTT. The Situation in New York. Names Taken from Trades. Cofttlv-nnea-iTho Baxters belong to tho samo Near McCormack'i Church. That possible defeat next November Hick HoiuUclie class as tho Masons, tho Carpenters, stares ui in tho faco, no man, no mat Tho young folks of tho neighborii Olironlo ttsib1&5iK3 Jaundice, W. P. WALTON, Jiior and Proprietor tho Taylors, tho Smiths, tho Gardn- ter how sanguine his temperament or hood havo a most enjoyable and profImpurity of lliti T, R, WALTON, In fact, the stir anient bis feelings, can deny. Tho itable "spelling match," which is held Butinest Managir ers and tho Fullers. llloott, Fever tft-Ague, Malaria, names derived from trades or occupa- regular Republican organization of in tho school houso overy l'ridny eveana all I)Ueae futttlohnt Ttirmtaw Mil 1'rltltiW, tions nro moro numerous than thoso tho Stato ol Now York can not hopo ning from 7 till 0. All good, bad cnnftril hy Ie of any other class, except patryonym to copo successfully with tho gallant, nud iniliflereut spellers from adjoining rmngement of Liver, lloweU and Kidney a. Hii.no A.NNUr. iw and placcuames. Sotno of them united, and now pretty thoroughly ueighWhoods aro respectfully invited SYMPTOMS OF A IHSKASKO MTKIU Had Itrtath, Tain (n the Side, sometime the mktaVcn for !elong to oxisling trades, liko thoso disciplined enemy in its front, if it is to como and participate. Tho school pain It Ml under ih Iota , appetite. Itowcls Kheumatiim, general of A Terrible Night. WILL SELI Coturc, anmetlme alternating with laxf quoted above, whllo others represent to lo harassed on its flanks and in the hero is in a very flourishing condition. generally U troubled with pain. It dull and hear jr. the head "Tho most terrlblo nfglit I over obsolete trades, Tho teacher, Miss Cettio Thurmond is with comlderahle lots rt memory, accompanied or nt least obsolete rear by skirmishing guerrillas and do trA hi of donej alight, dry cough ""SmW ijwnt wiu on nccount of tiUiiiino," trado terminology, like tho Fletchers, sertcrs from its own ranks. And oven ouo of tho best wo ever had nnd is with a tulnful to havetfn en leavingaundone tometlilne which ought and flinhcd face It tome time nn attendant, often m!(1 Dr. Ulw8om, n well known Tho tniiuken for ccnsumulon, the patient complaint or arrow milkers, tho Arblasters,'who if a goodly number of thoso who have giving universal satisfaction. of wearlneM and debility j nervout,eally ttartled; ih)i!cian. manufactured crossbows or nrhtasts heretofore been enrolled under tho school nt Coffey's, which is being feci cold or burning, tometlmc a pricVly tenia lion AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. of the akin exltit, tplritt are low and despondent, did quinine bring o lerrildo "How (nrcubalislm), and tho Tuckers, who Republican banner do not openly do taught by Miss 1'attio McCormack, and, although satUfieil that eierclte would be bene ficlal, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to a night?" naked a gentleman, ono nl worked in tho tuckiug-mill- s, where sert to tho onomy, but simply rcfuso numbers 52 pupils nnd is iu a most try ll in uci, omnisii every rcmcuy, ocrcru of the abore irmptomt attend the diteaie, but cases tho company which tho doctor wai cloth was prepared for market. Thoso to enlist in tho cause, tho result may prosperous condition. have occurred when but few of them e tilted, vet examination after death has shown the liter to MitB Minnio Cosby accidentally who wish fur further information up also possibly be defeat. Wo do not have been extensively deranged. "Duriug tho recent great floods," on theso subjects can not do better welcome tho consequence, hut can stepped on a nail nnd bruised hnr foot It should lo used hy all persons, old nnd Bald tho doctor, "I went down to my young, whenever any of tho above than to turn to Mr. Dradloy's excel- truthfully (ay that wo nbido them a short lime since, and tho place to all aymptoras appear. luttom plantation to ico about ro lent and systematic work on English and with tho consciousness appearances was for a time thought Persons) Travellne or lMvtni; In Unmoving my stock in case of overflow. a dose occasion surnames. A man who bakes is call- that wo havo dono our best to avert to bo well, but lately it becamo very healthy Localities,Inby taking action, will avoid healthy ally to keep the I J ter After wbrking all day, and driving ed all Malaria, Illllntts attacks, Dimness, NauWlibct to Inform lila Patron. ofSl.nfonl ami vicinity tint he has rrtelrtd a llakcr, but in earlier times a wo- thorn. Our friends placed In tho field much inflamed, and now she is suffersea, Urowtlnets. Depression of Spirits, etc It nearly all of tho cattlo to the uplands, who baked was called u liako-stcr- , a ticket of unexampled excellence, ing tho most excruciating agony will Invigorate hie a gLut of wine, but Is no In man toxtcating beverage. I went to tho house, n kind of cabin, of Goods, Maxtor. Hj a man who brows nnd the party, as a wholo, needed on- from it. If You havo eaten anything hard ot night where I proposed to spend tho Miss Bettio Martin, .near Turners-villc- , fltgenlhtn, or feel heavy after meali, or aleep is a Ilrewer, while n woman who brews ly to bo truo to itself and its tradifirit-clas- s Which ho guarantees to make up in style. Satisfaction guarIti at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. I lay down on an old straw alouo. who has been ill for coveral is n Ilrowstcr. In medfcural English tions', and thnt ticket would have been anteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. Timo and Doctors Dills will bo saved bed, whon suddenly tho thought flash. by always keeping tho Kegulator may yet bo triumphantly olectod. months is much better. Mrs. George the termination "stcr" was a feminine cd across mo that tho levee might In tho House I Carter, Jr., who went on a visit toher nnd it still survives with its prim- But if disorganization and disintegraone, For, whatever the aliment may be, a thoroughly break. I rcmcniliered that it wna safe purgative, alterative and tonlo can low A tion of tho party follow tho fall elec parents at Jamestown, is very itive signification in spinster. never be out of place. The remedy Is harmless gradually crumbling nvay, nnd that tion, it falls upon nil alike upon tho with fever. Her husband has gono and docs not Interfere with business or huckster was originally n market-womaJ"E3"7V7-3I5XJ3E33Fl.pleasure before morning it might givo way and IT IS rUlTIXY VrOETABLE, hut tho word has now come to deserters and skulkers as well as upon thero to watch by her bedside. Many was real And has all the power and efficacy of Calomel or flood the bottoms, TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effects. mean nny body, malo or female, who Hiopo who stand up to the wrirk loyal- friends hero anxiously hopo for her daiiL'cr of an inundation and I went r A Governor's Testimony, AND SlXVJUItWAItE hawks aboutgoedsin tho publiCetrecU. ly nnd faithfully, and rcfuso to ac- spoedy recovery. Littlo Bettie,daugh-teSimmons Liver Regulator has been In use In my out to get my horoo but ho had broken satisfied of Dr. T. B. Lewis, is very sick, family lor some time, and I amscience. It Is a Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks sod Tho snine change has como over macs-te- knowledge themselves defeated until valuable addition to the medical This wast nnotli loose anil run away. Jewelry Bepaired on short notico, and Warranted. by tho forco of over ono aide being paralyzed. Your Ilua- J. Cill Shorter, Governor of Ala. throwster, and many other analo- overwhelmed Hon, Alexander If Stephens, of da., cr cause for alarm, for with nnimal Hut sundry surnames powering numbers. In brief, thoso tonvillo correspondent has neglected says: Have derived some benefit from the use of gous words. Simmons liver Kegulator, and wish to give It a instinct I thought that my horto had further tti. will show us tho two forms side by who were in the majority at tho recent to stato for several issues tho condi feared the flood. I went hack into "Tli only Thing Hint never falls to who was reported side, as in Webber anil Webster. State Convention, nnd who nominated tion of Dr. Brown, Relieve." f hive med inny remedies for Dystho house nnd lay down. I felt as Lfv r oiJ Debility, but never Judgo Folger and his associates upon as very ill with a ccrinin lever tneu pepsia,ftAiud anything to benefit me to the extent Hetico wo may concludo that tho suchave though a season of chills and fevers Liver sent from Mincessor of all tho Baxters was a woman tho ticket, propose to stand hy them raging in that community. His friends Simmons GeorgiaKegulator has. I send further for for It, and would nesota to vrero coining upon me, and getting up such a medicine, and would advise all who are simwho kept u bike house. Why her them or rather by such of them as hero aro very uneasy on tho subject. ilarly a fleeted to ci re It a trial as it seems the only and emptying almost tho entire con. thing that never fails to relieve. Elder Stephen Collier preaches hero descendants should tako their name have the manhood not to abandon the P. M. J awmet, Minneapolis, Minn, tents of a quiuino bottlo in my hand, Dr. T. W. Mason says t From actual exfrom her rather than from their father positions to' which they aspired, and on tho 4th Sunday morning and night perience In the use of Simmons Liver Regulator In I swallowed tho medicino and sat ir.y practice I have been and am satisfied to we is easy enough to understand on a which they worked to obtain wheth- of each month. Thero is some talk an prescribe It as a purgative medicine. down by tho fire. Tho wind roared number of natural hypotheses. Joan er it bo victory that is promised or of getting him to hold a protracted Tak only the Gennlnc, which always STOCK and I know that tho waves were beatf Vnppcr the red Z Trado-Mar- k Baxter may iu one place have been a defeat that stares them in the faco. meeting on his next visit. Later ing over the levee. I went to the . St CO. of J. If. ZKILIX widow, whoso children would, of That wing of tho party, at any rate, They have decided to have the meeting, K ciiiItrnccH Staple and Fancy GrncuricH, Patent ami Family ' "Y ALL DRUGGISTS. door and could hear tho rush of the was never guilty of treachery, nnd beginning 4th Sunday and continuing Flour, Meal, Itacon and Lard, Tobacco and Cli;uris WoodNo timo to bo lost, course, bo called after her; iu another coining waters. sho might bo a person of eomo never evinced cowardice in the face of through tho tho week, nt night only, ruupesMimi. en, Willow and Tinware, Glasa and tiiceii8uarc. Cauiicrf and rushing to n tree, I clitnlicd up place character, whilo her husband was a tho enemy, no matter what other after Sunday. its tough bark nnd lurched upon n K. VABNON. WALLACE AnodH ol nil kinds a Hiiccialtj'. ICenieiiibcr tho place, "The T. Vf. VAIRON. The Honemoon. and faults and failings rany bo charged up or a .T. W. & W.E VAHNON, limb and waited. . Tho rushing grow Albany Express (Stalwart). Lily nsks "What is tho origin of ATTOltNBVH Al? IA-"V- , Corner Store." another, tigain there might bo two to it. louder and tho wind roared among in BTANFORI), KY. term 'honeymoon?'" Well, Lily, wo The Great Comet I'iers Gardiucrs or two Wat Carters Office In Owite; A fckm'i Dew bulMlug up lUln. tho trcai. Presently tho water enmo will bo teetotnlly amalgamated if wo tho ratno village, so that it might KlUor Interior Jwrnsh with a tcrriblo sweep. Tho night in Many of your readers do not, II. O. KAUPPMAN, know what tho origin of the term was. bo moro convenient to describe tho t A'lTOllNJilY A--KY. 31iA.W, was fearfully dark, but I could see tho know Kvhat tho word comet LANCA8TEU, the word honeymoon may havo water and hear it gurgle youngsters by their mother's calling means. It comes from a Greek word, What yellow, Muter CounnlmloDcr and County Attorney. Will practlco Courts -- DK1LXE agafnit tho true. Tho roar grow loud than by their father's. fCornfiill Kometex, which means "wearing long to do with that period when the young couutlia In allIntholie Courtof (iarnrd and adjoining IK- of Arpeala. and I husband aud wifo are getting acquaint Mngazino. cr and tho tree nhook. Tho water hair." Tho Ancionfs gavo it this nnmo OKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. DRUGS, ALEX. ANDEHSON. ed with each other's homo styles of Wh the Faro Bank Wins. seemed to Iw rising rapidly, and I They always move about tho Sun as X.A.AV, ATTOIINEY A.T PhjIeIni' rrrurlptlom accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparations a specialty. meanness, we are iree to state we do That is something that a great many attempted to climb higher, hut to my their common ccutre. We learn from DANVILLE, KY., not at this moment exactly know. Will practice In the Couruofllojloand adjoining clever men who play a great deal dismay, I found tho top of tho tree astronomical history, that tho Chineso To toip prain in corn land or any ordinary lalul no preparation is needed where this implement know. It is not recorded thciradveut at least COO yean Think of waking in the dead hours of countlea and Id the Court of Appeal!. is used; nmpty drirt into the field and go to work teeding. hnikenofl. I thought that day would agninst faro do not MAbTEUBON PEYTON, blessed timo, thero is a hteady percentage in tho night during this before tho birth of Christ. It is also A.'X'U'O I IV IU novcr como. Iu moving my position that AT X.AW. AND KXANIREB fOR TASKT COU2ITT, -called by tho poets and other counubial iu tho cases of 'splits,' from tho limb, but I caught tho bank's favor Ullt.KTV, KY. I slipped claimed, by astronomers that , aim eta and adsavants, tho honeymoon, to find that Will practice to all the Courts of Cuey Appeals. but that tho bank plays with the most joining counties, and In the Court of with my hands. I am of pretty good iirb'iiiirnbered by tho million, but mavour noblo Adolphus, whoso wholo Dpeciai aueimon giTcu 10 collections, umce utcf that tho bunk nhvays win in weight and could not ptill myself up money, of them are never visible from our U.T. Pierce's stoie. ny being seems to you, Lily, to bq the is a simple enough again. Thero I hung, ulmoat ex- tho end. That glnlo. Tho great comet that now and First-Clas- s DU. J. O. OAHPENTEH, Combined One. ultra, the ultima thulc nnd KENTUCKY hausted. The waters rushed and I proportion, but is seldom understood. fur some weeks, has been a most beau very ncplus STANFOltD. bank with 825,006 cash has as ma tiful object in the eastern heavens just tho pro bono publico of perfection Office orer Bobt. 8. Lytle's store. Office houia held myself up as high a I could. A Making the leaf and cheapest implement cier produced. An implement that it indispensable in finding in that stilly hour, wo from S to 3J and 7 to 9 r. u. i tcry crop cultitxited. "Will day never como!" I thought. ny morn chances of winuing in the before the dawn of day, is thought by think of is hushed, that say, when all nature Away oil a gray streak appeared. My end tho money Of a player worth! sumo astronomers to bo identical witli J. J. WILSON, $100 as the, Imuk'a capital is greater the. ono that appeared 200 years ago, Adolphus suorcs enough to crack the 'numb. I could" hold-o- n arms woro DENTWT. oteriml granite foundation of the uniSTANFOltD, KY hut a moment longer. I stretched than tho player's. Tho player can and that also appeared iu 1759 and bank can Hgaiu in 1835. Tho comet that ap- verse. There are places, no doubt, Uffico aud Residence, Upr Main St. out my feet In an "agony of despair. ojdy lose his 8100 once; the and fifty times ho peared iu 1835 stood t about the Lily, where you can find out by ascerLEE P. UUPPMAN. They touched something. I turned loso two hundred rodue'ed its chances to the taining what tho origin of this world found myself stan- foro it has tho present ono nud was samo angle as looso tliu limb and HTANFOllD, KY. ' Iu other words, tho chances iu shape almost identical. It will is, but at this moment the required Office South side Main Street, two doors abore ding on as dry earth as you over player's. Myers Hotel. the ' information has escaped our mind. in favor of tho bank, as quoted, in saw." v Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when pay any ouo to go out after half runt "Where was tho water?" addition to tho perccutagoon "splits," thrco in tho morning, if tho weather Boomeraug. U. CMOHQAN, D. D. B. "Wasn't ny. loveo hadn't broke. is two hundred nnd fifty ouo. This should bo favorablo, and view this Tho four larcest churches in the OENTIHT. roaring hall been is sus;eptible of nlwoluto mathemati- wonderful nnd brilliant stranger iu the world aro said to bo of tho Baptist All that blamed-riWill Le In Stanford one week month, from Urat Monday. Dental rooma of each carriCttonliyquiniriDl"' cal demonstration, yet will' bo read oico'isicr a Sulky Harrow and The Albion eastern sky.- - (A little south of east.) denomination. Spurgeon's, in Lon- InSLAsspli Hotel, orerutvv ooeBlen.JAi Lancaster wwoi m u.v with uninzoment by many who occa- Its bright head, or nucleus, in size, don; that of the Telugus, nt Ongule; roin third Monday Dentsl rooms In Masou Mouse. For less money tlum required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilised in one nup, opponent ' of .capital The. oxld Ee administered this implement can be had, uhich vill put in alt kinds of small grain in the very best tKUUkr i;i 462 tr ba plcnsoiWo know that sionally buck tho tigor. Tho ordina- that of u itnr of tho first magnitude, ono in Gcrmauy, near tho Russian Ifeeilfcn. Pure nitrous wuen necessary. less time and triVA less labor than the best grain drill made. player who goes with ten or twenty its silvery whito tail running far across boundary, and tho First African Bap"hanging is played out" in NewYork. ry 8106,-OOThe death penalty1 has not been actu- dollars to loo iu a bauk having ! tho heavens southward, present a sight tist Church, Richmond, Va. to lose, can da a littlo Sunday of beauty and grandeur that you may, abolished but'thcro nro so many ally It is a rcmaakable fact that every s jthrougli which murderers morning work iu figuring bdt his never again behold. II. IlullJliiK Lumber for talo at Mill timo Governor Blackburn pardons a Fencing and or HUhland, this county. Orders 2mlleaNiulh may cscupej .tba. probably tho gallows, chances of beating (ho bank. ?Stuj in tho penitentiary ho Eends a solicited ..r Timber. Joins. Studding. Lattice,Queen of Homo. Tho man ': if "over, get a victim. ?m.ucrico .Call, . w. JJ Ac, either Oak or Poplar. Prompt atteutlou tl. will seldom; When you think ot a queen you commission of Colonel to some other FaUiing in Lota. Under tho new codo a murderer has a t tliiuk of a plain womau who sat oppo- lellow. Thero is a deep hidden meanMrs. Howo says : "Women do not site your father at tho table, or walk- ing in this. right to demand four distinct trials on Etown News. fall 'in lovo nny moro." Ah, well, ed tho hw and tho facts, and may then ..with him down tho path of life Ono dollar and olovon cents is ex- If a perhaps Mrs. Howe's- charming nud arm-ii- i arm Bomotiaies to tho thunks- - penned nn eacn person nnuuauy uiuio appeal to oxceutivo cluuienoy. EDWARD H. JF0X, Propr., is found guilty nud sontciictsl to beautiful daughter is a much better iMvini: banquet, sometimes to tho support of tho gospel in this country, man North-haCorner of Main and Third Streste, Position of Teeth and Later while at work. lio hanged ho can tako tho case to the authority on that subject thau her grave, but always side by side, sooth- - KENTUCKY 82.02 per capita lor tho support of DANVILLE. Then by detaching the Seeder ym luive the bat Harrow in the trw W, onelhat vill do mute uork You bcc, Mrs. Howe, ing mother-- . General Term of tho Supremo Court, gifted your littlo sorrows aud adjusting publio shoots, and $28 per head to once noinn onr tie around than an irdinary harrow vill tn a dosen, besides doing the vuik en Hating recently renlted my rooms with all or the faster and uith wore em. where tho hearing is as elaborate in thero. couics aMimo wbon .wer-whyour littlo quarrels, listening to your keop up tho liquoMraffic. modern luiprureiucuts, now hare the ii form as in tho lower court, tho judges wo nro apt to well, tho plain fact of evening prayer, toiling with the neo-dl- u A whaTocaught fire on a railway Plnt'Dt Unllcry in Cciitrul Kentucky I acting as a jury; nn oppeal is next the matter is, other peoplo do not on dock in Boston and tho firo departor at tho spinning wheel, and wlall Dans ille, don't tall to call and see taken to tho Court of Appeal whero grow old at eighteen just because wo oold nights tucking you up suug and ment was called out to savo the skele- Whcu rou liespectfully, rue. lhoro are girls Tallhe do nt forty-five- , tho caco is fully ro argued; next Aud then on that dark day ton. He had boou mounted for exhir:liVAltl II. VOX, warm. 48l.il Photographer Ky. Oeoloeleal BurTcy can ask a hearing before any single in, lovo, headlong, every day, in the when sho lay adying, putting thoso bition aud the loss is stated nt 89,600. Juitico of tho Supreme Court or bo- - game old impulsive, romantic, beauti thiu hands that had toiled for you so A St. "Louts boy drank" milk with I College. foro tho court in which ho .was con- ful, unquestioning fashion that used to long, putting them together iu n dy-- 1 out taking tho chow of tobacco out of NT,NFOKI, KY, victed. A murderer who is financial- provail wheu their mother's mother's ing prayer commeudmg you to that his mouth. The milk washed tho to ofl will bo in very little danger mother wbro, dimples tvyciity years old. Qod in whom sho had taught you to ly well bacco down his throat, and ho died of With a FulhCorps of Teachers, When tho timo comes that ineu and trust. Oh, tho was tho queon sho of tho drop. nicotine poisoning. fall In lovo you may Thlsjostllullon will open Its TblrleeiilU Bculoo Tho lion who declined to fight tho women do not was tho queen. You can not think on the d Muudsy In beptemUr next. Matreises mado of needles from just uickcl'plato. this poor old world of her now without having tho deep Position of Teeth and Leter while sot lu use. jackal, or oven to notico him, gavo a Bouth Carolina piuo boughs are said to the sod, cubnule will bo A I.I, Til K DKANCUBJOKA Alter planting your crop, by remoting three Ueth you can thoroughly jiuwrue pretty good reason for tho course ho and sell it for a moon, There est cmotious of your soul stirred, aud cure pulmonary and rheumatic ail- anddestrtheKeedtintuvroKtoeornatatime,athingtluitno(4hereultnitorua timo comes. that thought best to adopt. "If I fight nobody on ft when that you feol as if you could cry ns though men ts and au actiyo trade, in tbem lias THOnOUGHENGUSHCOUl.SE At first ttatett, here it nn iinplemeat that can be used in ettry ervp eulttwted and one get a lovo Buy more? s. Fanncri, ton ami see: if, in turn by any other implemcnt;durable and ttuple. Are tsujht, aa well as him," said old leo, "I shall kill him of Women don't fall in uow sitting in iufauoy on her been established, you were pie and try it If it dot not do what vc claim for it, ut do not mint your menry. Of courso not; they can't perform Im- lap, and if vou call her back to speak LANaUAQEU. DUAW. courso, hut ho will gain inoro than I A healthy frog will reuiaiu alivo for MUUIO. TUB GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford. Ky. not fall in your uamu with tho tonderness with INO AND PAINTINd. shall from tho fight. He will havo possibilities, and they can bceu withJ. 11. llJiVA', Agt., Richmond, Ky. uulosa w,hich sho ouco spoke, you would bo days after its blood has WJTHliRS, AgU Ianeatlcr, Ky W. Iu the honor of being killed by a lion, love any moro thau thoy do, xytftJAXS. AalL llustunville, Ky. willing uu to throw yourself on the drawn from its vessel and replaced by longer. are made At of corn while, Tshall Buflor the disgraco of thenars Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I have cultivated mycrvp haUattontkueeaumitvdh best sod that covers her grave, crying: u solution of common salt. from Ii3 to 50 In lb that a the In Tuition, prlcee QuUUator, llamm atw! ikedcr and can tay ml It doesn't follow that you must do "Mother, mother!" Ahl sho was tho AjuvelTileglutton at Ashley Falls, regular DetiarlmenU. rauje havlug fought with a jackal." Tho Primary, IU; Inter mediate Albim OvinbUed uOh all eate U iott tk harrow or cultivator I ha ve ever teen. Can plow ten acres of corn a day 140, and Collegiate, fW. fight never camo off. Tho jackal did, a meau thing to n man who, Jias itono queon. Your father kuew it. You Mass., recently Bucked 39 eggs on a f0; Prcrakuy, work perfectly, and lean cheerfully recommend it to vy fanner fnendt. Shot U. Muntgomeiy. , or knew it. (she was tho queon, but the aa to Board, 4c, address it u true, persist in repeating that the a meau thing to you. The, A aud wanted to suck a dozen MKN.full particulars, To mw grain uith this Seeder no eitra hand in reqvirpl to clean it from fltkatthUU . THUKIIKAKT, sMuelpwl H. runs : Becauso tho cur has bitten queon in d'uguiso. Tho world did not wager lion was a coward; but uu one believby tht Ji iter tn'lAottf ttoping or getting off hit teat. Stanford, LlnejlpGi., K, for a dollar. tnoro recoguiro it. fDr. Talmage. me, shall Iblto tho cur? ed him. 3nlcriorournnl f Dlar-rhoM- .... J iisu :B.AJR,Gr.A. FOR the; next go days M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- If Wmmm 3F PUU! H. C. RUPLEY, Fall and Winter Stanford, - Kentucky, A Splendid Stock PENNY & McALISTEK, S. tWo r, WAletef&lrigM GROCERS, OUR 1 St. Asaph Slock, Stanford. IS ALWAYS COMP1ETE. field-lubo- rcr ne'er-do-w- ell, PENNY E0 & McALISTER HARROW, Three THE s9L.IL.:OIC3Nr CULTJITATOR & Implements SEEDER. in SUUG EON DENTIST, tUBS "(" fcprlug-Too- th punish-monl'wi- , IuTJIXT5I2R loop-hole- j Excelsior Art Robins lt ' 1 Stanford Female tsE9HHiHBP&i TERMS MODERATE. , W - Jn NOTES Or Iff CURRENT EVENTS, In1 'PRAISE THE LORD." OS Board Dmr Ixlwhr Hlver, Oct. 13, '82. . If I do not begin to write up this won? deful trip, I shall soon be so lumbered up with plethora of material, that I shall not have the courage to attack the subject at all, So here goes, though now It mem a long way back to mention Calletlaburg aa theatarling point. At that place on Tuesday night, In Moore's Opera House, we had a delightful reunion with old friends. 0 confession for soul and 4 anointed for healing woiitd have well repaid us, had not the pleasure of meeting with so many dear acquaintances of put year made the occasion one of great joy to ua. It wa such a good send off from Kentucky that 3x3 and 7, like a parting kiss of love from HIS lip whom we love so well, delight so much - Friday Morning, W. P.. WALTON, - October 20, 1882 - EDITOR ron roNrniEss, HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, JR., or Election, November 7th. to serve. Our precious friends at Beech-mocontinued their unwearied hospitalities to the last, and at 0 A. Jt. Wednesday, accompanied ua to the C. A O. train, speeding the parting gueata with good wishes, wo. Tho night clerk of the Emery Hotel, kisses and daintily filled lunch basket. In In Cincinnati, haa diiappeared with $2,200 ten minute we were out of dear old KenIn hla possraalon, belonging to a gneat of tucky. It waa so good In the LOUD to thtj house, who left It with the clerk for give us this little trip through the State safe keeping. and a parting benediction at the mouth of IIiiveJtiHl rcrclTctl At the Merchants' Exchange in St. Sandy. It w meet that Eaatern Ken Louis, Wednesday, $5,700 wa collected In tucky should;imve the laat handshake, for ir minute for the family of the late Col. the .Mountain rori of the LORD through A. W. Slayback, who was killed by John us, will alwaya be the association moat A. Cockerill. deeply cherished. I hold the title "Moun William Sanbe, 8r., near Cincinnati, tain Evangelist," dearer than all other. put 130 buckhot in his on, n man of 30 We balled our old friend, Al. Savage, at yearn, and then cut hla own throat with a the Big Sandy bridge where the C A O. raxor. It waa a fimiiy fun of several crosses 1 miles above Catlettsburg. He year standing. Both men died almost la on a contract for the repair of the middle InMantly. pier, which has been undermined by the The Democrat will hare a fair work- treacherous river until it la unsafe. By a ing majority In the next Home of singular coincidence, my first acquaintance Thin la shown clearly enough with this ever dear friend waa made at thl by the result of the election of Congrcw- - very pier year ago, where he waa then en defeat, , raen io Ohio, and by unmistakable Indica gaged In fishing out ataves which had been Col. Cockeiull, who shot and kill- lions In other 8lates. N. Y.Sun. set afloat by a contractor, up the river. The dear fellow got on tho train and said good ed Slaybaclc, n leading St. Louis atUT. VERNON O EPARTUENT bye at Huntington, 12 niiles further on. torney, when the latter camo to his Sam. U. Burdett, Editor. Here the laat lingering adieus were spoken office to ofler him an indignity, or to If democrats will do what they ought by our friends Al. and La be Everett, and on 810,-00- 0 to do, which is nothing more than their kill him, has been leleased then we made the plunge in earnest. bail and ho did not lack friends duty, this county will gire Phil ThompFrom that point no more familiar faces. son a majority In next month. What do willing and eager to sign tho bond. All aa strange aa if we were in another you Biy, boys ? Shall we show that there's Congressman elect, Frank Hurd, of planet. Our journey all day Wednesday, some life left in ua? lay up successive water courses, a steady his counsel Ohio, has voluutecred as B. R. Notes Tho telegraph line on ho has gone homo with him. the Knoxville Branch will be extended up grade to the crest of the Alleghany and range 6 miles beyond White Sulphur From the evidence adduced it seems from London to Williamsburg at'once. On to the entirely in self the K. O. a telephone line from Richmond Springs. First, up the Kanawha, thnt Cockerill acted falls of that river, a lovely ride, right defense and as any honorable man to Roundstone Junction and a like lice along the bank; alack water navigation to a from Mt. Vernon to Langford'a will be put would. have dono when driven to the point 16 or 20 miles above Charleston. Tho THE (IRKAT AND O.UY NK.V in operation. Livingston this county, Is Kanawha ia a beauty among rivers, and alwalrln his own office. Itwon'talways destined to be a famous business centre. In little farming land, sometimes do to crowd a man too a short time it will be the junction of the though we saw very the, valley is well settled by coal miner. K. C and L. A N. roads. And it la now much, oven if ho is an editor. The clusters of one story cottages, painted authoritatively reported that a cumber of WITH THE KATCIILaU the orthodox dull red, or once in a while ' Awarnijjo to speculators in Southern raids have consolidated and wilt Reading, build an Immense trunk line 346 miles breaking into white, gave life to the wild comes frdm scenery, ubove Charleston. The falls are where thoso fraudulent long from Aiken, S. C, to Livingston. in will arraaa only heavy rapida like the Ohio falla at Hona. P. Thompson, Jr., and R. L. companies bad their origin PennsylLouiaville, but very pretty and foamlne. tho Stanford Opera House Kwell, candidates for Congress, spoke at vania. John Brown, aged 80, has just Proctor's store in this county on Wednes Just above them the name changes. ' The $275,-00Kanawha. Guyan and New rivers form the died and tho parlies who held day, to a fair crowd, composed mostly of of the Moinlny .insurance on him wanted their democrats. Mr. Thompson's remark were The New is really the continuation 23, coal mine money.; 'The courts were appealed to, addressed mainly to the question of taxa- Kanawha. Along its banka the When ther will .rwnl abound, and at interval coke ovens dark which 'decided that all policies became tion, 'and especially the iniquitous tariff, en the valley with A Programme that for Novelty and SMALL FARM tle smoke tliey raise. which ia tho pet of the republicans, and hia void when the companies wero declar Your readers are aware that coke la the Fun arguments were conclusire. Mr. Ewell IIaln rooted to NlchoUstlllo. I will sell same resfdium from coal that Charcoal is ed illegal some time since. There was my Farm, containing about Un not h (quired. Thslr made a very favorable impression, allho' from wood and made in substantial the usual, but it did no good. advocating a bid cause, and in the coo M ONE ire same way, ovens scientiucally cons Portsmouth, Va , Oct. 14. I posted a FAMOUS ()n tti Uantlllo A Msufurd like, about S wiles trad Tho fool aud his mouoy had parted of his remarks, acknowledged that he waa ed taking from Dinelll. The pl.ro ! In a ol state of Is sctDowMiM the lot on lbs roaJ. the place of the rough kiln we letter to you three hour ago, and must iirwrjuepl about auacrea; Ihstto In favor of tariff reform. He made no write promptly to prevent submerging forever. we have all seen. Coke ia simply coal (o In until grain. The houM Is In cood rfjilr and vote', however, and It ia safe to say that with the lighting cUttro amidst the ocean of gathering material. Admisiion, 50 cts.; Eosotved Seats, 75c. contains 7 looms, alaopsalry, Cox has been principle extracted and Sunset flower pit, alat tho door jtinoke-hou"Little Phil" will get 100 majority in the On sain at both Drof Store. Will try and catch up with my headline Icii.nl- most new barn, Congress in New York and will of Qlades. The same gentlemen spoke here the heating principle left. It ia Invaluafor uoum,Ac, snd Una fruit olt'try diwcilpllon u sny ont wanlt: spplw. Ivors, ble for smelting pariiosee and the trade In io this, aa I did not in my last, cn. pluia,chr-rito- , Ho was 58 the yesterday. courto be elected. Thursday at 10 a. M. we left White Sulgrip, dsuiiunf, almoat one thing you way itlaa prodigious one. If there ia a loverail fur. Vlealy of stuck walrr. Inslihtuf letter to a friend At Pine Hill, Wednesday afternoon, other .day and in a ono tnllo front Idtekeiullh sb.ip, two iulb lier little river on the continent than the phur on the delayed train. In 6 mile from water mill. Ulatrewluily lirallhjr iJico loe salil that ' bis life was now getting to Oct. 18, '82, Mrs. Celia Crooke, wife of C. gained the crest of the Alleghany In IS yens never laid fi distort the doctors new, an mai i say is tnai i nave never we ") Tbkisust PirimtxT, M. l. bo moro of a memory than a hope, but Crooke, President of the Pine Hilt Coal seen it, and I have lieen over a goodly por range and dashed through a long tunnel at Ornci or CusmatiH or tiik Cimsaxcr, bills. I filer you to Ua: T. Ham Ull.fd, II. who Money, Vi ll.diotrt. also Johuaoo, ) Wiihisutox, October, issi. filled with Company, died after an illnrea of two lion of It. It is simply a succession of the top, part of whose drainage goes to the Williams, Ur ulUfjclorr Ueor prasvuted to Itr.a no too flare, and Thouiaa lletcalf, Manlord. Addreaa JOHN mm'Ai.r. weeks. She waa a daughter of Capt. Jack ins uaueniKiHHi, u uas two maue io 67 Nlcbolaatlllo, Ky. rapida for CO or 70 miles, with here and Atlantic Ocean ami part to the Gulf of many pleaVant- - recollections. Fifty- Adams, of this place, and si'pvsr Hist the bad been marriMexico. This is also the dividing line is not an old age and Sunset is ed not quite three years. In this commu- there broad stretches of deep, quiet water, between W. Virginia eight and "Old Virginny." "Fint National Sank of Stanford,' suggesting the finest fishing, and a very too bright a man to commence idling nity she waa a great favorite, and she waa The scenery on the Eastern side 1 mure In Uecltjrol 8Uolon!, In Ilia rounly of Lincoln paradise for speckled trout, if only once roiuil MHlH.NtMNtHiirorI, Ky. quiet than the grandeur and variety of the and 8 at of Kentucky, hasStatute ed will all lb how it used to bo when bo was a young an exceedingly loveable and estimable wo- stocked with that daintiest of I roTliioni of the Itatlw.1 of tha Uulted the finny Btatos required to la compiled wlihtrforean awo is a great deal of good man, a fond wife, an etTectionate mother, tribe. Sometimes the man. There rapida aie so straight Western slope, but still very lovely I no- elation shall im authorised to cotutnenco the and a devoted christian. From the first JOHN DINWIDDIE.PBO'R. of bankloff across the river that one can hardly realize ticed the Autumn tint were much more in him yet. . Now, thertfor, I. John Jay Knox, Comptroller day of her illncsn to the last sad hour evasks ua who ery thing that loving hearts could suggest that an artificial dam has not been con- pronounced, the hills displaying quite a of the Currency, do hereby cvf Uf that lb "Klrt Tun Richmond Herald In coloring, a difference of quite a Nstluosl ll!ikofbtinr..rd,ln Ihocllvof tflanford. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 structed. Then they are oblique, and variety In the county of Lincoln aud Hiata of Kentucky, Is wrote that John G. Carlisle is to bo tho waa done to save her but all without avail. week between the two, for some reason I authorised tocomtnence tha builneta of banking, aa again triangular, and then for a slxiy-nlIn Speaker of the House. ibo Her death haa cast a profound kIoodi over broad stretch of no particular could only guesa at. We passed through a provided tho lectiou statutes hundred and blstei. next KoTlied of 92.00 ol tho United shape, each In teslliaony whereof, wltutsa wy hand aud seat Ohio democrats, to besure, while Now the entire community. Her parent, broth-er- a boulder making a thing ol beauty In the great many tunnels long and abort, descen- this lib dir of October, isrr and sinters, and her husband are almost ding the Alleghany and crossing the Blue Special Accommodation to Commercial JOHN JAY KNOX. e way of a York aud Pennsylvania are preparing breaker. Water (No. 2,788. Compliance of tho Currency. with grief, and they have Travelers. Ridge, of which Icounted U between 10J that lovely green reflected from the motion with a vengeance the sincere to second the sympathy of every one In their J. M. IlocKia, President, A. M. and 4 l it. and then refused to nocontrasting perfectly with the pure J. W.IUALISTKS. Caibler, Tho Speaker must come from tho sad affliction. The funeral will be con tice them longer. We made Staunton, a John J McliouaiTS. Auu Cashier Baggage Transferred Free of Charge creata of foam, The hills are wood West aud you will agreo with us that ducted from the Christian Church In this white td to the top, with only here and there a beautiful city, about 2 r. M. and shortly I hare recently taken oli&rge of this hocie a better and truer man could not bo place to day (Friday) at 10 o'clock A.M. naked visible. The Autumn after en the creat of the Blue Ridge, stop and intend to have lust-claHo is calmer and cooler than Eld. J. L. Allen, of Danville, officiating. linta are not yet well laid on, but two ped at Afton, fur dinner. selected. accommodations. Adout I'bji'U!-Mess- ra. T. J.Coale weeks We had cloudy weather, all thiaday, Joo Blackburn, our second choice for later the beautr of the mountain GO EAHT I WK-a- T ! and S. L Royer, two popular and enter GO slope will be indescribable. Now only with rain after dinner. At Charlottesville tho position. 1U NOU'l'lI t prising young men from Pike county, who hcra and there a deep red tree top or a we caught sight of the great dome of t he has wisely conclu- have been here for some wecke engaged in VIA LOUISVILLE Joe Blackuuiin University of Virginia, and Montlcello E. H. BURNSIDE, crimson creeper, where old Winter, letting AD THE ded not to waste his time debating selling "The Golden Gems of Life" are fly hla arrow at long range seems to have the mountain homo of Thos. Jefferson, and will goto meeting with splendid success, and by their smitten the mountain breast and & MISSISSIPPI R. W. with his negro opponent drawn with it summit bid in mist. Here he lies This Old Woll Known gentlemanly conduct, are making many blood, On New river just before we leave buried, aa nil know. Old Albemarle I a tho close districts of tho State to put frieod. Mr. T. N. Roberts, of Maintains Hotol Gum Sul it for the Greenbrier, are lovely falla pret- proud county of a proud State, and well 3 3 DAILY TRAINS to work his magniGceut jaw where phur, la engaged an a Clerk In High the store of tier than the do not Kanawha, but likctheui, not she may be. ANU It will do tho most good. We J, H. Otter, this place. Tom will make a more We scraped acquaintance with severs! than ten or fifteen feet high. Iti Proprietor it Determined that need 1dm here for Thompson will have good salesman. Mr. I. A. Stewart returnit Shall be Second to no Country Two tunnels of prodigious length before parties during the day, and found Hifm veTIIK KAHT AND KOBTII. way, but there aro dead ed Monday from a visit to Loulavllle. Mr. Hotel in the State in its Pare, things his own reaching White Sulphur one of them a ry pleasant. The tyjie of face, form and Fro Parlor Cars snd New Day Coaches Without Appointments, or Atten vnauge. loads of citizens in this section who Af. N. Langford andalatera, and Mrs. M.C. mile and a quarter through. We wero 8 conversation la eminently Southern. We are tion to Comfort of Bragg are visiting the Louisville Exposl. A minutes passing it, at verjr reduced speed. plainly in the land of dark hair, high Inwould enjoy a couple of hours of his 4 their Onests. DAILY TRAINS tlon this week, Mis Maggie Smith, of I wish every railway in the land was com- steps and taper fingera. The children eloijuenco with a genuino relish. Garrard, Is visiting Mis Mollis Newcoiub. Vatatags will bs coaitird to aad from thedepol pelled by law to go through tunocli atauch are handsome and well dressed. frts orehargi. hpeclal accommodations to Campaign Afsessraent Hubbell is Mr. L. C Alcorn, after an absence of two a rate that no harm ts life could possibly Two bouncing school girls, to Commercial Trai.l.i.. Tho liar will ks AND TIIK WEdT. en route to alrtajs aapplled with the choicest keep his courago up and weeks, on sick leave, has returned to his coin e from collision. whistling to hraadssf Lienors aad Cigars. Richmond, came aboard at one of the StaSleeping Cols and Pay Coaihes to 81. Louis Withpost as telegraph operator at London. We reached White- Sulphur at 8.30 r. tion, played cardx awhile, and soon tiring out Chinge. to find exeuso for the heavy maimer "Wink" Is a very popular operator. Mrs, M. and noon were enjoying delightful rest, of that, made up to Marie and Georgia, 2 In which ho has bled tho 2 DAILY TRAINS Lotl Nleld and Miawa Ida and May Ad' the purchase of the day' fitlgue. Thursand were devoted friends In 10 minute. Ho claims to ha vo figures to provo ams, of Daughters' College, havebteuat day morning's LoiiUtIiIo to IiidlitiiiiiioUit, Clilcngo, train waa just an hour late, Splendid young creatures, full of and that tho republican prospects of a ma home several days on account of the ill- so we had over two hour after breakfast to gushing affection. Our girl fell life love Wliainis, Tha city of Blsnford baa opened and aND TIIK NOIlTII In provided a now ttreotdlroclly out of tha the next Houso aro at least ness of their sister. Mrs. Crooke. jority in uVthe Spring In. The place la simply with them immediately. to bo callad Market street, lor tho puipuM Day Coaches and lbxllulog Chair Cora Through Without Chang. THE INTERIOR JOURNAL CORN SHO W. prodigious. 1,700 guesU cmu bs entertain-e- d 50 per cent, better than two years One gentleman, who, learning my name, vfaflgrdluKacouTcnleut plaro for Iba exhibition , J'lilliide-I-pliln- , at once. The premises form a consid-erabl- e truck up acquaintanceship, told me he and (riling ol stock, and whereas, tho islsof stcck for WualilMuluii, Miilllliiui-f- tloafoll, Our corn alio wilt occur on the Oth of ago. They say that figures won't lie, Aew Yorli milt village twice aa large aa the srer-i;- e was a member of the Town Council Pleaa- - ou Lancaster aud Mala slrott has heretofore been exception to the November, county court day, and premiproduUlteof great loco uvrnlrntt to lb other but surely this is an Mo t county town in the mountains. The ant Hill, Mo., evadingarresl on the Mis- business of thoclty ofHlinlorJ snj to tha Courts; This I th ViryChang Itoute, aa You Hare ums will be awarded aa follow: Best 12 of Train. rule. . ears white corn, and 2d bestwhlte; best yel great hotel U.the Mother Kitablhthment, souri Rood difficulty. He gave me a veiy cow, therefore, bo II ordirfcl that henceforth no Throsgh Day Coaches on AIITralast HaloteaI) has published a fulsome low, 24 best yellow; best mixed, 2d best squatting In a hollow, with her brood interesting account of that subject from Ida cattle, horxs or stock of spjr description shall bo Ml llav d sold or jiuiilleJ Io stand fr Intpctllon on any euloL'V of himself in his own paper. mixed; best bread corn. 21 best bread corn; B3 around on the slopes above, rather standpoint. We reached Richmond at 8 County Court day Lluco-'- county on any Hare No Midnight Cbangea I of of lbs inaklug eight premiums In all. For first Irregularly, but quite picturesque. The 1. M. and were soon discussing supper at streets of rHaulord, tar and eaupt Market slrwtt 2 Arrive at bt. Louli t Hoars In Adiaaea of Modesty is at a discouut theso days. oHtagea are rttj neat, with ample man. the American Hotel. That ulght the mos- aloresald, llaptlit Cliuitu street and that portion Other Maes, tbcri by securing uior lltu for auu me premiums we wilt gire the fLouisvillo Commercial, tuaklogchangoofcara and getting first choir of Main strnrt from tho stuns crossing at man has not only ImtkbiobJouiii.'AL and two other papers, diha and round wooden pillar aupporting quito attacked ua fiercely, and, not having Danville Tribune Livery 8tallo to tha strict crowing at tht Sal of sesla lu ran of connettlng lloo. lheu alt fresh with blight paint. The a net, we camo off and for second premium the same worsted. cast eud of the Presbyterian Churib-jsr- J and the gjvw bis subscribers the doue thatf-and one other. Among the to be se- grounds are wiell kept, and nature haa done Friday morning, after finding that our alley leading front Uaughuiau'a Ltrcry Stable to ToIudlauspollsaBd CMcago, aud lb only liaudsoine phiz, cabiuet bene'fltof erery thing In the way of rolling surface steamer would start promptly at 2 P. M. lb branch. Any tolllou ol this ordlusac by lected from ara the Weekly rid along glvlug Ita fallout a Jo" Illl iboreoolLako Muhlgan. sny ersoa shall be punish by a Sua of not lew m size. Wo all do it. lb AnurUait A'jricidturul'ul, Cbunry Otntleman, and handsome trees. The latter are oak we took a carriage and aiw all we could of I poor Ikan tweoty (IN) dollars. haa two (1) nor Lexlogton Tranuripl improves Weekly N. Y. Sun, Farmtn J Tome Journal Ac. for the most part, with a few turtle Richmond. Every thing waa full of In- TlisMirabalof tbsclty of Stanford Is Mpoclally Tub For Ticket. Itsles, Time, Msps, Ac, spply to The entries will be numbered and judge black locust, chestnut and black gum. The terest to us, and w Imagined tretj ono we directed to mm to tho anfurieuieut ol this ordiAg cut of CuHUrcllUK Lluro, or with each issue, and if the Loxing-lof- l chosen by lawn are welt e(ii gran and clover, look-Iii- k wet, a retired Confederate officer or soldier. nance. This ordlosDC shall Ui In foict on aud Ticket add rets those interested. Nothing less H. is. KNOWN Houtktru rtaaeeg.r Agl.. 'people fail to foster and patronize than twelve ear are entered. Bring along after Its paisugo, (rub aud green. At first aluht one ia A policeman with pale, arlitocrallo featKy, b. K. Cur. lib aad alalo Bls.,U)uliilll-WM. DA UMilKKTY, Mayor. Hxi enterprise liberally, they do not your sample and make the thing u inter ioipreased with the mistake of setting the' ure and the address of a gentleman, we W. Ii. bllATTUC W. W. I'KAIIODY. Jon K J. MiltoiukTi, Clerk City Council. (Jen. BupU ueu. rsas, 4gL, grand hotel at the bottom of a funnel when felt sure had been an officer In the army; "ciBClouatl, know a good thing when they have it. eating aa potulble. si-OctoUrS, IM, re r way-fari- Owiko to the fact that Mr. Ewell make out better in clobato than would indicate hi nnpearances a .low . person, who hear him run over his itock of "glittering generalities" and pound the table to as to drown that portion of them that ho docs not wish heard, profess to beliovo that ho h a match and more too, for our sensible young standard bearer. We do not tfeliovo they think any such thing. Mr. Efvcll's speech is thosamo that has been delivered by speakers and usedoe editorials in republican papers since tho ezisteaco oi that par ty, whilo Mr. Thompson s is fresh, original and humorous, and is bo backed ng man, by facta that tho though ' a fool, need not bo mislead. We have no idea that Mr. Thompson's majority, in the district will bo less than 2,000, probably 2,500, but we would urgo upon tho party tho necessity of organization. Don't be satis fied with simply beating tho republican ticket; let's make it a Waterloo Louisville gl'tattng a National ilustrlal display, tooccnr there In 183.1. Frank Html, lIcnrrWaUnon'a Amer t lean Cobden, km elected by f,201 majority Dr. Samuel V. Combs illcl at IIowl- Ing Green Monday, after a brief Hint, In his fiflr second fear. Madison National llmk flock aold this week at $100 25 ami Second National of Richmond, at $162.60. Frank Queen, celebrated tportlng authority, and proprietor of the New York Qipjxr, la dead. Number of new cases of jrellow feer at Penaacola, Wednesday, GG; death, 3; total care to date, 1,783; total death, 147. A sucking colt by George WlUe, 30 sold In dam Belle Palchen, record Lexington to Ccl. ijloner for $2,600 and a Wllkeacolt for $3,000. Fremont, Olilo, where Mr. It. B. Hayes resides, gate a democratic majority of 800 at the recent election, and Garfield's old county gave a democratlo majority of3,- - 8tfamhip 'Old Domijhoh.M Jamt '" Repre-sentaliv- the-Stat- 0' there I a perfect wealth of building cites all around. But really It Is better sa It Is, 'tar the t)ewTf the other buildings from the hotel verandah, on every side, Is very pleasant, and tho eye fitted with beautiful thlngi far more than If every thing had been sacrificed to an imposing site for the main structure. The water of the White Rulphur Spring is not pleasant to the taste at first, nor ia It cool. Gum Sulphur five miles from Crab Orchard, Is far superior to It In agrteableness. It flows very freely however, snd Is the strongest stream ol the kind I ever saw. It ha a neat dome supported by the Inevitable round colon-ade- s that are a distinct feature at the White Sulphur, A pretty creek flow al the foot of the hill back of the premise Across thl I a handsome race course. The walk on the Immediately surrounding hills are lovely. Around the whole at a moderate distance the amphitheatre of loftier mountain I grand. Altogether we were delighted with the famous resort and can say that thru! who come to White Sulphur with even exaggerated idei will not be dtuppointeil. At present the plac looks rather like "a banquet hall deserted" the few guest who remain fairly rattling In the vast emptiness. The main dining hnll is not used atall but we peeped In aud cer tainly it I the highest dining room I ever saw. I am glad to say that tho as he gazed Into vacancy with hlselbiws on til bar, chin In hi hands and with the general air of one who had not had a dox en customer for a week, waa the mot de jected looking creature on the grounds. I had a little religious chat with Aleck, the boot btack. He and til friend Jack were discussing some point when I broke In by asking 'them whether they were on their road to heaven "I hoie I am," Jack aaid, and pointing to Aleck, added, "I don't know about Aleck. He I a member of the Church. I don't belong to no church." I didn't see the logic of this, and asked him why he hoped he waa all right. He said "I hope I will change some time and do right and then gt to heaven, I know I can't get there the way I am doing." This gave me a chance to tell the toor follow that Jesus came to save ua because we were bad, not because we are yood He looked Incredulous while acknowledging that it was just what he wanted. A -- ery common case. Aleck meanwhile had been putting a very poor polish on my shoes cause, want of blacking hia box being like the hotel, nearly empty and hardly a good "shine" left. I asked him how he expected to get through. He aild if he Xrpf the hiw ad did right be would get alone. He was harder to than Jack, being somewhat of a theologian and disposed to argue. That ia a too. "What do you do when common" the Springs are closed ?" I asked. Jack responded "We scatter. I go to Baltimore, where I belongs, Aleck can't move. He haa a wife and six children and two of 'em can't walk; so he Jtas to stay." Electricity and ga make night almost aa bright as day, during the season. Accom modation of all sorts, admirable. The hotel clofc door next Monday, We got in just in time. But I tax your column. The rest In my next. Ever In Jesus. A Geo. O. Barium. snd a car driver with a great gash In hi cheek, had received it In some dcsersle engagement of the lain war. Empty sleeves were proof positive to our excited imaginations and a wooden leg left no doubt whatever on the mind. We took a long look at the awful Libby prison, nor used by a Fertiliser Company, but with the prison bars stilt In the windows and some of them bent aa they had been by some wretched Inmate endeavoring to escape. We shall long remember our carriage drive in Richmond. It I a beautiful city of 75,000. President Davie' Man-Io- n la now used a a School-housThe noble statue of Washington and Stonewall Jackson need no description. Every thing la full of thrilling association to those who remember that Richmond was th palpitating heart of the Confederacy. Gen. Grant discovered this and struck fur it. Every thing has a heart, and Lee's army at Richmond wa the heart of the "Lost Cause." The iron handed General of the North kept striking till he reached It. On crushing grasp and all was over. At Appomattox the life went out. A tmliten heart ia fatal. No life, vegetable, animal, or national can aurfive it. At 2 r M. we left the famous city In the noblo steamship "Old Dominion," CspL Walker, and dropped down the Jainrs river. Richmond Is 160 mllea from Ita mouth, and we did not reach Portsmouth until early Saturday morning. I had no Idea before thl trip of the magnitude ol the Janus. A you get well down it, with a flood tide, it almost vies with the Mississippi in breadth and volume. 40 mitra below Richmond is City Puint, where lb Apponialox and Jamea come together, we stopped 3 hours there to take In cargo. Our girts had their first experience in ship life when they went to bed. Curling up in a "bunk," undressing in a little box, with scarcely room to turn round, and a nice tin box hooked conveniently al the berth' liead to vomit conveniently into, without liavinc to set up. all UKir(st a change from the Gibson House; the latter arrangement, especially not pleasantly suggestive at all. Welti we are not out at sea vet and all the troupe herolcallr trust ing not to get tea sicK. The harbor la rouch now and It must be blowtne hard outside, but the sea may go down before mornine. At Portsmouth until 2 r. M. we were taking in cotton, (living Us time to visit the ?iavy Yard, ts a city of 30,000 to Norfolk' 0 the two cities lying on opposite banks at the mouth of the James. 'I he harbor ia very Gne, completely But as I have caught up with my headline I will reserve the rest for another communiea-tlon- . vl Ever in Jmus. Geo. O. lUrtNKsV- l'ort-mouth land-locke- OFAX.JL ANNOUNC'MENT, zX&SQ.: CI V GHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. h very Iiii-r- c Mock of FALL AND WINTERDRY GOODS, IfcTOTIOISrS, " CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, Valises, &c, &c. Hats, Trunks, ce CSrtold Band.! At Night, October This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will he found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. FOltSALE. Side-Splittin- g ICIttftlNN IIOUNK! aroau BiaaaT , . QUARTETTE HUNDRED ACRES LANCASTER,. J0IIX T. HMIUINS, KENTUCKY I'llOI'KIKTtilt. rorn-cri- b, corn-hou- A riRST GLASS HOTEL puUlo (It-t- f First National Bank. In cry particular, Th palronag of th solicited, snd satisfaction guarialeod. cboul-ho- WM. DATJGHE11TY Vucceuor - toDaugkerly A Ilolutc. NTAXFOKI), - - KENTUCKY, ManDracTuaara ST.ASAPHHOTEL or Fine Carriages, Buggies, bull-ne- ts balf-a-mil-e ftrty-on- o BOARD. PER DAY. snow-whit- heart-broke- n hill-aide- s, AND PHAETONS, WAGONS "OF Wo ruaiitifactur rock-cra- MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and its Still Roputation, ss "ALL KINDS. - of all descriptions, upluiliig oulr Srit-claworkmen snd using only or.t-claMaterial, and sail st roasouabl Siurn style, woikuamhlparid toaurlsleuoald-e- d. WM. UAIIUUblirr. Illl Canlag Propr. 01 KENTUCKY GENTflJlL il. H. --THE MOMT r iai DKSlltAULE ROUTE TO Louisvillo to Ciiiciimuli! And derldodly th Popular Itoulo, affording, as It docs, kasihsDgoaaud superior accommodations to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, ijouiNVllIc to St. TjouIn coauuplaUa Irlulnany dlmtlou, your lulorest will b bolMMid br purehaaltig your llct.lt via nan l'alacot ara; hlrgant Now Day Coacuca, aud h.ndaoiucly furnlahod lUcllulog Chair Cars loriu tho urieUaloJ txul.iueul. or thla Old Itellsbl, thorwby waking a trip over this line on ol luiu. rluuscpufuitaud plnuuro. Try It, TIME TAI1I.K, IN KYMOV MAY II, "tJoOTII. No. S oo U 4 Tho North, Northwest snd West. In fact, If you office-holder- TOWN ORDINANCE! 1112. "" TTuMT a To7T S SO Lv. ' Lv. Covington.... Court-Hous- e, Lrslriglou . ., Arr. Wlni.nr.ler Ml tilelllug " Atblaud " Huntington.. fjutbUua ' Paris.... Irr. Islington. . r'sliuoutb.... aw III Ii II M 15 19 l a io p p tr u lllptl 740pu IMlilil p in S put 0u p w I oo p w SWpw 7 p to Wuw w 1 OU U 10 2 lU S ID UI 7 VI) U ssit-tere- n Hkmi-Wkkk- liaugh-loan- 's ii Aiblaud.. . MLbterllug. Wlncbeater Arr. Leilngtou . Lv, Lexington. ' " t:yulhlsns. Noam. Lv. iluntlugtou. IUI. ads Wa Ill I'iSle I 10 S Wp tu a ui u No. 8. ui wI Mo. I. So,. ' )' per per Arr. Covington " Islwouta... .".,. IWpiil tllpu pw 3 . 7 a II Ua u S SI a w IS 20 p in 0 II a w i 10 p lu 7 00 a lu 7 SO a w Ilitu u p Ui 10 os a w ssoaw U p W II 41 a w IIOIIU MAYtiVILlE DIVISION. 40 t SO IDllil 00 a ui CburUr-Jouru- ul, No. no. io II SO a lu. Msvsvlll Utopia Leslnglon Psrul, Ul.Tpui najavill Staiu v lUaut It das. u ,UJ J run dallyi all others liaala: Vor .W'1 "J1" pertaining to tlu Infoiuistlou conuuttoiu. Ae . csll on ur a.M.... imowVuTiT'At( UlUtUM- 1 Trains No. 4. u. tLLltUN.Oin'IMscu I ) 3 Nil. I Steel llreen's. I'low for $12, at W. T McAl-late- It J. White, r 1 sa:7v.i3"2roiar)f Friday Morning, icy. 20, 1882 9 10 A. M, lUnnicL Bai.t, new Cojpjrage, at A HrlghlV Hon. Jno, Ham Ownler weighed to Col 105 cattle that ICO pounds al A cents, - Octobor Ilur your line tiling, sewer pipe, from W. II. Hlggina. Ac, L. A H. IOCAL TIME CARD. I'ssssPfer trains " " North... Mouth.... ArrLM in any quantity for cooking and eating at McAllster A Ilright'a. Or counaie you are going to the Minstrel Show next Monday night. It 'a a dalay troupe. .IMr.K LOCAL NOTICES Ilur l'AiNn of lVnnj & McAllster. HonT. McAi.mr.u'n mire waa found at New stock of Jewelrj and Hllrerware it IVnny A McAllster'. Tram Conn's, In (larrard. The adrerllse-mrntdt- d It. Watciim, Clock and Jewelrr repaired and warranted by l'tnny A McAllster, A I.Awir variety of cook stoves, healing Kai.i. lot o( Zclglrr'a Hlicws Jiut recelf-r- d stovea and grate Just rrcetvrd by A. Owsand fursaloat J. II. AH. II, Hliankr. HrANi)Aiu Hhett Music, Vocal and In- ley. Low prirp-- . struments!, for 10 cnU at l'ennjr A Don't tail to examine my stock ol boots La nor stock of Window OUm, all sites. and shoea when you come to court next McAI-IsUr's. A McAllster . Double thick rIsss for Dower pita. 1'ennjr Monday, ltobt. 8. Lylle. CrNTF.im IIolino was not taken to the a new lotof cloaka for Commercial Ilnlrlaa expected, II Is still and children and a fine lot of J. II. A H. II. Biiankm, In snd too III to move. OrtKAT HrtiuoTtON .In sheet music: CO, r Wayne county brandy, 4 yean old, at 75 and $1 inline now told at C cent. lie anJ on good paper, at McKoberts fit. Asaph saloon, Per drink, 15 cents; two A HlagR'a. for 25 centj per quart, $1.60. Jl'irr rrcclveil L, W. HiiiUmii sold In ScroggAn, Hudson A Co., Louisville, 20 htad of extra broke mtles at $175 per hesd, and 1 car load of well-fitte- d green mules, 5 feet high andamooh, st $120, McCann's yetrllng colt, Crit, full brother to I'll Thompson, died on the 17th from pink-eye- . Mr. McCann had refused $7,000 for him and declined to price him at $10,000. He had shown 41 seconds. --At the salt of J. C. White, In Madison, a lot of 50 yearling mules brought $105 each; eight $110; one lot of colts, 21 one hesd, brought $ 1 50; one pair brought $280; one pair of of fancy yearlings $375; one jtck colt $150; jennets $70 to $160. In the harvest of ISS2 our country had to lit credit 480,000,000 bushels of oat iO.OOO.OOO bushels of rye, 45,000,000 bush els of barley, 11,000,000 bushel of buck wheat, and about 160,000,000 bushels nf NEW FALL AND WINTER OF &0., AT STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS.SHOES, . Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. LTLIEPS. Lan- Iol-inan- Keg-ula- PERSONAL " Miih.Jno.Jonm, of Kismet, Tenn,, with Mra. I). II. ICltnioton. Mr. H II. Wearcn, bf Hlchinond, waa The New Orleans Minntrel with their down a few da; litis week, ' Mm. J. K. Fa Kins and daURhler, MIm rrnownrd Gold lis ml will appear at the Opera House, Htanford, Monday, Oct. i'l. Little, hare gone to LouUritle. Mu. anii Mtu. M. D. Ki.Mour, ofSlan-fon- t, A noon deal of wheal still unsown In nal. are at the this county, while much is up and looking finely. About an average crop will be Mm V. T. I'nicr, it talented writer for seeded. the Ixmlifille press, waa here a couple of To the Junction Trade. We will run dsjs Ihla week. a delivery wagon every day to the Junction Mk. J.T. Haimm lias returned from nd deliver gooda free. All orders Louisville, where he Uid In a 1)1 g sleek of left with 8. L. Midkiil will meet with Confectioneries, Ac. prompt attention. McAlistcr A ilrlgtiU Mum. (J bo. II. Hkucb went to aee her yesterday, Mra. 11 tuolher, at Lanciiter, To Farmer' We have received from llrown, who ! quite III. Col. UK lljwtiian, Commhutioner of AgriMini JlIMA LuVKL, a liamlaoine and culture, a half bushel of red wheat which attractive MajaTllle belle, in the K""1 f took the fir-- t premium at his recent exhiMIm l'anthea McKinney. bition at Frankfurt. Any farmer who will Mrjaiw. W. U. Mcltoiir.iiTH and J, V. promise to experiment with it and report attend the results, can get It by calling Hayden went to LouIsTllle to at this office. marriage of Miss Kronie Ice to Mr. J. L. Hailroaii Meet ino Mr. 11 Zimmer-nuBnead. representing the proposed rallrosd MixsAxNie UuniANAii.of Crab Or- chard, and her pretty cousin, Mis Kachael friini Nsshvilte to some point In this dis Allison, of Georgetown, were guests of Mr. rection, met a number of our leading here Tuesday and urged upon them A A. MeKlnney. Mis Alma Holmam of the Female Col- - the importance of taking steps to secure It lege Faculty recelted a telegram Wednes- at this point. lie said that the money was day that she liatl Iwen unanimously elect resdy to build the road and that It was decil tu the chair of Modern Language In signed either to build it to this point or Asbury Unitersily, an honor nerer liefore (Ireensburg to connect with the L. A X. conferred on a lady. Mr. Truehearl glrea branch, the prrfrrenco In be gUtn to that her up with reluctance but agree to her route which would ofler the greater Induceaccepting Ihe position aa it paya $1,000 per ments, The counties along the line In this aewdon. Mix Hotmail will lease in a few direction, with the exception of Casey, day taking with her the best wi'hea of which It to Iske scllon next Monday, have promised Ihe right of way, depot grounds those wh'i have formed her acquaintance. and donations of money and building mate-ris- l LOCAL MATTERS. and he thought if Lincoln would act as Timothy seed cheap at A. Owsley's. liberally there would be nb doubt of the Tub Minilrela will be hrre Monday adoption of this line. The gentlemen present seemed In enter into the spirit of the night. mstler and it wss finally agreed to call a at W. II. meeting of the citizens of the county to be HALT and lime Jiut received lUggina'. held In Ihe court house on the 7th of NoCloaks, jacket and Dolman' at Itobl vember (county court day) for the purpose of considering the matter and taking step Lsll.'s, to secure the road. Our people can not act slock of jrana at the lowest The la lioisrr loo promptly or too liberally. The road prices, at ltobt. 8. Lytle'a. would open up a fine timber and oil counThe Celebrated Iliggt chain and auction try and give us a competing line both north and south and competition is what secures at W. T.Clreen'a. putup for low freight and paaneuger rate. Should CIooih in any quantity dellsered free we secure the term inus of the road, It i alfrom the grocery house of McAllster A most certain that the proposed Louisville UilghU Southern will be extended to this point. The Fuiihituue Factory aubicription thereby giving us three instead of one road continue to grow. $15,000 haa been taken aa at present. A failure to act and in a liberal manner may cause us to lose both. to thl time. Hun for oiling and penciling the ChrU Therefore let us offer all the artlstancethat tlan Church wanted. Addrcaa Mra. K. A, could reasonably be asked Mr, Zimmer man taya thu Kentucky Central haa nothBlaln, Stanford. ing to do with the road, but that New York A coMniOMlsE hating leen eflVctel be- cnpitalist are backing the enterprise. Any tween ui and the tnerclianta of Stanford, donation ruids the road in the shape of no more flour or meal will be retailed at money will not be asked of the donor till A Bailee. the mill. McAli-le- r the cars are running over the line. We trust that the people will realize what Is KsrKCIAL att ENTluN I) called to the within their grap if they make the of Dr. V. K. (lann, of Monti-celland leave no stone unturned. Hi) rrmedieaaro highly lecommend-t- d them. by all who have Is 1 Alexander.-fCourler-Jourciti-tenm We are rrqueOrd to state that David M, Street snd Ann M. Mocker, both of color, were married at Turnersville ycaterdsy. potatoes. The wheal product already mated, is over 600,000,000 bushels. The corn crop is estimated at 1,080,000,000 bushels. Cattle are quiet In Cincinnati at these quotations; Common 75; good to choice butcher grade 75; extra $3; good to choice cow $IQ)4,40; rood to choice heifera $ 1.2.1 1 75; common to fair shipixra $t (' 25; good to choice $5 60 0 25; common to fair oxen $2.604; good to choice $i60560; stockers and feeder $3.764 60. The hog market is weak at $7.90825 for best down to $0.267 for common. Sheep are In fair demand at 3 to 4 cents; lambs I to 6 cent. BRUCE. WARREN & CO HAVE- - $I752 44 THE LARGEST CLOTHING STOCK LINCOLN COUNTT. Crab Orchard. We are for locsl option. The protracted meeting at the Christian church closed Sunday night with eight additions. In addition to the horse thai were stolen last week, the thieves got Mr. Jaa King's saddle and overcoat at the same time. MisaMollIe Cook, who received psin- ful Injuries from failing from a spring wagon Sunday, Is at this writing no better. Mr. Sam Hardin' little daughter, "Dlrdie," iaconvaleelnif, We have a select school. Mis Kate L. Winlock, of Darren county and a graduate of Harrodnburg Female College, has a class of Clteen young ladies, whom she will instruct in literature, music and art. Miss Winlock Is a young lady of superior accomplishments and rare intellect. Mr. Adams, of Lebanon, is domiciled among us seeking the smile of one of Crab Orchard's beauties and the hcsling properties of our medical waters. Success to bim. Mrs, E W. Jone hs returned from a visit to Iriends in Danville and Harrodsburg and is cheering thehsarl made desolate and forlorn by her absence .Misses Sailie Green and Ella Hamsey, of Stanford, have return ed home from a brief visit to our town. Miss Ells Doorea is with Mrs. M. P. Hutch-insonear Lancaster. Mr. W. T. Price,-othe Louisville Jbst, wss at the Harris House Tuesday. "Little Phil" honored our town with his presence this week. n, CE3STTI ON EXHIBITION 7EXA8 -IN - KZaSTTUGKT", FROM 03" SV9. THIS DAY! ?. anan, ol Crab Orchard, were visiting Mr. painter of portraits. He will have work W.C. Price. Col. J. A. Fisher left for a enough here to keep him busy several visit to Shelbyville, Wednesday. week. FEVER tiEvr LK. ill JTil B. Caldwell, MA Has made it appearance among cattle in Boyle county within the last week. So far it lias been fatal. The aymytoms are very decided; a general drooping, refusal tu eat, nervousness and tottering. KILLED BV A CIIINCAP1N. AimiirisKacsTS. Apply to 3t mvGSfi S le H008. Wslker Jr., Wsyneeburg, Ky. listing so sbundance of corn sod IW.ooo cut Shingles. SITIAIBILIl! Ft! -- HO mast, XSell. Ilka lo feed Hogs on shsres. Address lloitomtlle. A little nero boy in Perryville, about 10 TT-- n ! years old, got i chincapin fastened in his Tuesdsy and was suffocated in a IliSTesold out mjr Ilikerr aod Confectlonerr throst oh business In Hlsnbrd, snd would taka It ss a laior ff few minutes. The necessary operation waa all persons Indebted to me would route lorwsrd snd to this. performed as so'in as possible, but too late. settl st ones. I'lcsse sltenJ II. V. lUH'NO.V, CENTRAL KY. MEDICAL ASSOCIATION portar tt on hand u nice lot of Ilorscs and Buggies, which wo Ilnyiug bought out S. II. Dnugliinan, wc will keep will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We are also in And will swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the' public in general. A. T. KlJNNELXiE, 8TA?;y. Respectfully, TIIJE COAL rJKXE.9 Gilcher's Hotel, in Danville, on Wednesday, lSili. Dr. Peyton, of Stan ford, orned the regular debate on Xccmii general discu-sio- n tin medical topics fol lowed, I suppose Dr. Bailey, the Secretary, will give you a full report. Met at CASET COUNTY. f WantKood.cnergflUcaccaUevory Mrhcro lo tell our ttcto pit tor tal family tit bin. Ttio bestIQOU nm. la Iba uorld. ui til ust ration. handiomo binding!, find sxunr valuable features Htlls at alxbt. Also found In no other Bible. llldpatb'a Ulitory of Hit V. H.. com pit to with tbo present adm I o titration. If you want totnako money tend fur terms, circulars, etc. Adrea V1LDM A HOWL IWV, rOTBTU STUICIHATL WE WEAN YOU. a GARRARD COUNTT. a Lancatter. The Christian Church is being improved by a new coat of paint and pencil Ing. 1 hare been The New Orleana Mln-trreorganized and ImproTed Ince their tail tiilt here and they are now raid to be the beat how of the kind on the road, el -- refiued admission to J. W. Ilur-to- n Canned Goods. We carry the largest as a member, because he practiced an and moat (elect stock of canned goods in the city, nnd are prepared to offer extra ointing with oil and believed In faith Inducemeut by doien or case, California cures. The new church at McKioney will be KooJa)ccIa!tr. McAlitler A Itright. dedicated next Sunday at 11 A.M. ltev, One of the hornet stolen at Crab Or- J, Alien Tupper, of Harrodiburg, will chard belonging to Georgo Holmes was deliver tho sermon and a number of other found near Woodstock, l'ulaikl. Two men divlnos will be present. It I proxsed to Jake Waddle and Jweph llird; have been protract the meeting after Sunday. arrested on suspicion and aro held at Crab The Committee of Evar.gelistio Labor Orchard. 0 nf the 8ynod of Kentucky reports over o contributed by the church for Vknnou should never be quoted agal n. work, in Kentucky, besides the If,o predicted a Urrible Ootobjr, but up to Wednetolay, a finer one Is not ou record, liberal glfta to the cause of $2,500 each by To be sure It Is a little cool and damp Col. It. 8. Vtech and Col. Ilennett II. Bow, but not more than is uaul at this Young. Seven new churches have been organized aud about 1,000 ersont added to time of the year. the church roll by profession, through the ' Mlta. Wm. II. Anuliuon will have a labors of the Evangelist under the direc public sale of household and kitchen furtion of Ijie Committee. one spring wagon, buggy horse, niture, i I one sow and six pigs, at her residence on LAND, STOCK ANO CROP. Somerset street, Monday afternoon, Oct. Jonathan Owsley bought a lot of fat Sid, Bale commences promptly at 2 o'- hogs at 7 cents. clock. Fifty bushels of white rye at 75 cent Attention HiinteusI McJloberU A per bushel for asle by W. II, Hays. Stan- "fitagg have just received the largest and hrd. Fifty-on- e cattl head of ahorl-borHiosi complete atock of brvecli and ui utile were sold by T. 0. Vanmcler ou the lUtb, Hides, loading New York Drop at an average of ISO 17, pouches, l'owder-Uuks- , I have 130 acres of excellent grass to and Chilled Knot ami Implements for load-tnguns and let near Stanford. Not a hoof of atock ho and been on It yet. John W. l'ennlngton. nill sell them at bottom prices. BOTLE COUNTT. Dan r i lie. WAYNE COUNTT. A msrriage license lias been issued by The Northern l'resbyterian Synod will Monticelh. ourcounty cltra to Elsie V. Logan to marHoiiN on the 18th, to the wife of John meet next year at Lebanon. Mis Nannie Ingram begins a prima ICev. Simmons is holding a meeting at ry Miss Mattie Harbison, of tills county. ry school here next Monday, in the BurVickenham,a boy, which I) the eighteenth of a aerlea of boya aod glrla. The mother Willow Grove this week and will preach John M. Cowherd, formerly of Danville, nett building. I) VI year) old, and the haa named the Ut at II l', M. anil at night Sunday, wat married last week to ills Fannie Bird, -- Eld. C. W, Sewell will preach at the of Shelby county. n eptaode; "Flnla." The Methodist Conference at Christian Church here next Lord') day m. Wb auk told that the L. A N. paya over $100,000 annually for killlug atock. A cow falued at $45 belonging to ltobt. McAlinter, goes to Hwell the amount had her leg) cut oil" Wednesday, A painter by namt of Shanks from Silver Creek was attacked by "Painter Colic" Wednesday. He suflered greatly for s few hours but will recover, The horses stolen from here last week were found In corn fields neir Rush Ilranch Church Sunday, afternoon. They had bridlra on them but no saddles. Miss Jennie Duncan is visiting in Covington. Mis Kate Mason returned from a protracted visit to Lexington. J It Johnston, of Lebanon, came up to see ihe old folks Ust week. L. C. Alcorn left us Monday for Ida post at London. His health is greatly Imprdved by his vacation. Mi Rose Richards, of Stanford, has been the guest of Mis Hallie Deszley, for sev eral days. Mrs. Geo, Denny, Sen., i very stck Col Jno. Faulkner, of Louisville, is visiting friends liere..,,E1d. J.W, Lowber presetted a sernyin Sundsy night on cspi-tpunishment, taking for his text "Who MARRIAGES. soever shed tntn1 blond by man shall his Mr. Samuel I. Gooch and Mim Alice blood be Bhed." In his remarks he spake Morgan were married at Mr. M. II. Mor- of Austin' confession, that "whisky waa gan's on the ISth. the sole cause" of his crime, and Irsced Hooker Held, Esq., Chairman of the the responsibility of lleUy Uland' mur Democralio State Central Committee, waa der through Austin and the whisky dealer quietly married Tuesday night in Louis- to the people. . ville to Mis Hettie Csmerer. rt al Libert. Court nf Claims, County Court, Rail d road meeting and speeches by Gen. and Col. CUrr ought to make next Monday the biggest day ever in Liberty. At J. II. llsrger'a sale hogs sold at 11 cents; hoines, $00 lo JSo; sheep, $3.40; cows, $30 to $40; corn, $2 25 per barrel In the field. D. G. Portman sold a No. 1 gelding for $125 at Danville. Let every body attend the R. R. meet ing at Liberty next Monday. Casoy haa a chance lo put herself lu communication with the outside world and enhance the value of her lauds and sbe should not neg lect It. Judge McDowell Fogle owing to the fact that Judge Bowman waa unable to serve, held Quarterly Court Monday. He presided with much dignity, and although nearly all the cases were contested, ho got through tl.e docket by 4 r. sr. The meeting at Grove City bad had converts lo last report. Elders Lay four and Collins al Groom' School-housmiles from hero have had 10 confessions, all of whom were Immersed in Rush Branch. There is great excilemsnl and the sisters and brothers are shouting as In the olden days, Those who have been carried off by the matrimonial fever within the last week are Vincent Peyton and Miss Sailie Hale; Isaac Peck and Miss Queen Victoria Call; Douglas Campbell and Miss Laura Wood- ram; George Hitrrto Margaret Fuell; Asa Bryant, Jr., to Mrs. Luanda Wilson. The last man draw a prize, a wife and three children to bunt. Wol-for2--1 e NOTICE ! All persons uaslnir claims scalnst the estate of Jamb 11. Owsler, ilec'd, will present them at once si lbs rsrrocrs fiauonai tuns, proporij proven. U-- U f Extcutors. B. K. -- WEAREN, 9 J. BHAUQB 1M FBBS1 MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Hai just received a Full line of K. UWNI.UY. FOK MAXiX! A well Improved MOUNTAIN FARM, containing ONK HONORED ACUKS. with good dwelling house snd sll noccsaarr outbuildings and Orchard, In (larrard eountr, Kt., lz miles Irotu Crab Orch-sr- d, wllll sold cheap, on easy terms, ss ths on business, Apply premises or by letter to tho 83-2OEO.H.l'ATTEN, Crab Orchard, Ky. Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap I alio keep constantly Caskets.. on reaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables. Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. I sell at figure! that can not be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. Reds, Bu- hand a full line of Eobes, Shrouds, Cofllni and Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! I oBer for sate irlrstely ray farm of S?3 acres on Dlx Hirer. miles Easlot Stanford, within a half mile of tbe new turnplte inw being constructed iron) blauford to 1'nucbersTllle. An exfrom tho dwell Ids to tbe pike, cellent dlrt-ros- d llulldlnga are brick and frame, with 10 mania Well watered with Ans springs, some ol them medical water. Improvements ArsUrlaaa. Including tho fencing. Terms liberal. Addreaa or call ou MK.H.NAKA1ICOOK, blanlord. Llnroln county Ky. E. P. OWSLEY lias Just Opened a Flno Stock of Consisting of Also, a Nioo Line FOB O S-Xi- 33! HANDSOME IlKSIUENCES. BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. of & Having deUrmUiod to locate my faulty lo Lexington, Ky.. I will offer for sale to the highest bidder, ou MONDAY, NOVEMBER U, 1882 RELICIOUS. Six Handsome Beeidences, sll the best located property In Stanford, tbm or them nearly new, and all of ll.eiu well Improved. They are now occupied by II. U. Alfurd, K. J. Anlhouy, Hoy blew. art, Dr. Wilson, (leu. It- - Uruca and myself. cash; talanca In equal payTasua: (ine-llilments, out sud twu years; C iwr cent. Interest from date. Sale will commence at 10 o'clock a. w. st positive, snd residence of Oeo. II. llrucs. Hal t2-l- d. IV. C'HAIO. don't you lurget II. I am oponing daily a Full lino oi the Boat Goods in' the Market, to be sold at Bottom Prices. Call and examine. CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. Afflicted, Attention DR. GANN'S REMEDIES FOB THE MILLION. MaNUFACTUUED UV t. K. OANN, MONTIOELLO, KY. Tb worM Is flllsJ with ths wonderful, Usutt. ful aaJ Intricate !ncaloDs at man, 7t sll lb cumblncl talent and genius Hi it tli srurM lias st er Inowu basnsTtr produced sutblos thst psu compare wsth 'Dr. U aim's lleiurdlts " Medical skill and iclencs lists, si jet. lalld In dlicorer anr thluKtouslto tbeiu, fir tbe cure of lb As their for uhlcli they are reroiniusuded virtues snd usee sre prslaed br thousands tbroueh-ou- t and lbs lengl band breadth ol lbs land, bj e ss standard Fenillr Medicines, tb7 cannot celled, snl srs lulr substsullated by His strong', est testimonials. For Coughs, Golds, Croup, Urooebltls Omsuiiip. Ilou sud all Dlseaieas ol tbsTbroat and Luua, M. I ' -- M.J. DURHAM, In behalf of Gen. Wolford, spoke at Som erset Mondav, He has appoiotmenta to speak at point now In Wolford's district that were formerly in this district, commencing at Campbsllsvillc on Friday next afterward) at Columbia, Liberty, JsmcA- town and Mootlcello The office of the Singer Manufacturing Co., in this place, HON. was PRAI-KI- l IN MOURNINU On $0,-00- -- Eyan-gelistl- Tuesday in respect to the memory of Edward Clark, President of the Company, whose funeral occurred in New York on Mr. A. II. Robertson, the dry that day goods merchtnt, haa bought of the Gilcher llros , James Hall, fur $1,000. Danville I now without a HALL Of any kind, aa Mr. Robertson will convert connecting It it Into a latge store-roowith hl room below by an elevator. We are glad to have the "big store," but sorry lo loae Ihe Hall. 1'EUSONAL. Tho. Hfcot-gun- i, g breech-loadin- g M. Green, of the Mayavllie luylt For Fresh Cuts, Burns, Ulcers snd Old Sorts, fame, wn in Danville and of Green-HargCpt. P. Primrose, who lost his Ifee Dr. Gkhi.'h lUKer-Swc- et this week. Will Guvst la "home again.' OlHtHMilsl. lUv.E M. Green and Mr. W. I). Holme right arm battling for the "Lost Cause" Church of this city, at ho a contract to make nine portrait) of UHODr.GHHa'eJrsletHHClt lllllvrM represent the First Ihe Synod of the Southern Presbyterian W, Jt Kendrlck, Esq , and U progressing A ItsltsbleToolo, Appetiser and blood Furlflsr Indigestion, Llrer and sIm cures Coiuplslot, Malarial Ferns aud sll e(lodlral church, which meets at Sbelbyvllle this finely wltU his work. The pictures he lias IMssaeea. Manufactured sud Air sals by , representations Breckinridge wsa In completed, are all life-lik- e week. Judge R. 2wE. "W. JC. Dsnvlllo ou Monday. MIm Rachel Alll- - of the old gentleman. There is no dis- Hole proprietor, Mootlcello, Ky rAII orders Mil son, of Georgetown and Miss Annie liuch- - count ou the Captain' artistic skill as a by null will recelrt piouipl attiollou. morning and night. D. Gray and Tho. Hatcher, who were arrested and taken lo Loulavile last week on warrant Issued by the U. H. Court for vending tobacco in a small way without license, were fined one dollar each and discharged. Captain Hlndman, of Adair, will here on current speak at Ihe IKilltlcal questions next Saturday. Bertram aod J. C. Sautley, Esq., will begin ctnvansing this county fn the interest of Col. Wol ford, next week. They expect to apeak in each magisterial district in the county, Capl. Jno. W. Tutlle is writing a history of Ida old regiment, the 3d U, S. Infantry, for publication. The volume will contain about 300 pages. The Captain kept a complete diary In which he chronl cled the events of each day aa tbey occur red, hence he will be able to give a com plete history of hi regiment, even to Ihe minutest detail, which will be interesting to the survivor of Gov. Bramletta'sregl-mept- . Court-house l., WB -- MTMsMIHiMJRiJtl L DEALER IN- - Jl,; L- Shelf Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, HOltNi: tSIlOEN, IIOltSK SHOE NAII.N, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, Uho Dr. Ghiiu'm Cuugh Sirup. For User Com plaint, Dyspepsia, !nlUe.tloo..Jeui. dice, Constlpatlou, Dour btoiuacb aud sll lllllous Diseases, Vho l)r. UHHii'ts Llrer Cure. For Ubsuuiatism, Meursbils, Bprslus, DrLlaes snd Hwelllngs susstsrusl application for ruin or beset, Vho Vttu Dr. Ghuu'h I.luliueHt. rorrllss, HeuiorrbolJs, Hums, Fistula similar dlseaase, and all Stovcs.Tinware, Fruit Jars Groceries, Suit, Lime, QUKENSWARE, GLASSWARE, Dr. Ghuh'm Tile Olntwcut. Comont, &o. Also THS CHAMPION STEEL PLOW, And the GENUINE OIsIVEtt CHIILEU l'LOW. None claim a better flow, bat hope to have aa equal. &o., done oa ihort notice. T. M. JOHNSTON, SttloBmon Roofing, Gutter-lag, X., DAVID UKINNEK, I "i ;.'." 'iuvi.Miiumaim V of two days ho recclTcd a telegram from him, Kaviup; ho had boon detained, nnd . - telling her to get somo oho to stay with her two days, when ho would bo nt homo. Sho drnvo into town, nnd ono of October 20, 1882 Friday Morning, her old friends wont out with her. At tho end of two days sho hnd another telegram saying Hint ho was detained TMt ItllOOK' until tho noxt day. Her friond went bt uhu wmicovn mlxt. homo, nnd in plnco of Harry enmo n UIU brook t Utile brook third tologrom, an 1 so ovcry day for ton Ton hare inch a harry look Bach ry merry manner, u yon nrerre ana earn days ho was oxpected homo, nnd ovcry day camo n disappointing telegram. By and crook And yoor rlrrlea, ona end on. this timo sho hnd becomo accustomed to Reach' eeeh other' handa tad ran her charge, which sho hnd sot liko n bag Llko'laagbing UtUo children Is the inn. of seed lenns in n corner of n dark closet ZJttto brook, elng to me opening from her room. Ring aboat lramble-bThat tnraUod Irom Tlio afternoon of tho tenth day was a and grumbled mun Uinglj, hot, murky afternoon. Mamio had gono IwhimIm wet the film up stairs to tako n nop nnd refresh ro Of bin wtngi, end bid to rwim, dressing to meet Harry, who was While tha water bag need round nd langnod at htm. expected homo after tho longest absence XJttla brook ting long ho hnd over mndo from her, . Of i leaf that called along After n timo Sarah camo up and told Down ttiO(goMjtfbrilJod crater of yoor current her thero was a tramp down stairs who wlft and etrong, wanted something to eat and who would And a dragon that lit On the lilting rim of It, not bo driven off. And rode away and wim'l reared a bit " You oughtn't to leavo him a minuto And ting how oft In glow alono, Sarah. Qo down nnd watch him .Came a truant boy like me, . WnAedloIwn'andUitcn to your lilting melody?"' and I' will como down and send him ' TU the gurgle and refrain off." Of jour muiic in hla brain Sho dressed LeYsol! quickly and went Wrought a happlneca aa keen to him aa pain. down stairs, surprised to find how ln(oit Little brook laugh and weep When sho reached tho had grown. I)o not let the dreamer weep; Sing him all the aonga of eummcr till ho elnk In Mf W kitchen sho found also a messenger with eat alccp; a telegram, which announced another And tl.cn alng eof t and low disappointment, but tho next day withThrough hie dreamt of long ago out fail, Harry wroto, ho would bo homo. Blng back to him the rut ho uted to know) As Mamio turned into tho kitchen she heard tho tramp and Sarah in evident IX ul SIXUIjV XIU1LT. - nearer. To her surpriso they turned up tho l.ino lending townrd her house, nnd l on reaching tho gate camo into tho yard. Sho won almost paralyzed with fear. Tho truth flashed across her. Thoy mnst havo learned that sho was nlono tlint sho hnd thin money, nnd they had como to got it. For a moment sho was paralyzed. Sho remembered Harry's last words : "You must guard it with your lifo if necessary." Bho ran to tho sleeping Sarah and wakened her. Sho got down Hnrry's rifle. Tho sleeping girl was soon thor oughly awake, nnd sho explained to her - 1 ci ll bo-fo- 11 their situation. "It's tho tramp that's dono it." "Tho tramp? No, Snmh, tho key, tho koy of tho attic" Sho flow up tho stairs, unlocked tho padlock nnd oponod tho trap. Tho man sprang up nt tho sound. "Come, como with mo." His own senses alert, ana hearing tlio noiso of tho horses below nnd steps nbout tho houso, ho followed her without a word At tlio foot of tlio stairs sho stopped. " I hnvo n largo snm of monoy in tho houso, nnd thoso men havo como to get it, thinking that I am alone. If thoy kill mo that monoy must bo guarded." "What havo you? pistols, shotguns?" ho whispered, taking in tho wliolo situation. "Hero is my husband's loaded." rifle. It is dispute beautiful young woman! "Yes," said tho fellow, "when that And yot her hair is wliito as snow." timo comes your mistress will havo "And her comploxion fresh as is a another ironing-tablhelping yon, cljil(VB.8tnmgo, is it not?" wearing her Sunday clothes . Tliotwo loungers on a hotel porch. ovcry day." i Bat they did not know tho history of "An' spoilin ovory tiling for mo to do that snowy.hair. over. I think I seo her. I'vo work ' " enough to do," answered honest Sarah, From tho tirao Harry Wolls fell in loro not indisposed to havo a chat over her with Mamie Clausen at church socials work. until their marriage in tho First felMamio found a graceless-lookin- g tho untiro community low, unshaven and who, with gavo minu'o consideration to their affairs. a certain gentlemanly instinct, rose up Mamio's father, John Clausen, was a ns alio camo in. prominent commission merchant in a supposo my girl told yon wo had Pennsylvania town, generally considnothing for yon, and that it will bo a ered wealthy, and always lived 'liko a great kindness it yon will leavo as soon man bf.mcans. Mamio was pretty, dash-inna po68iblo." a local bcllo, and a general favorite, "Yes, sho did just that, madam, bnt Harry's' family lived a few miles from I took it upon myself to belie vo that it town, nnd they, too, wero people of re- wasn't so urgent. Tho truth is, I'm putation in tho country. very hungry and dead tired, nnd I didn't Tho morringo whs in ovory way a suit- believo but that yon would givo mo able ono. Harry was educated in Princo" something to cat ; at least I'vo waited to ton and although ho had nt ono timo tho ask you in person." reputation of being wild ho had sobered creatures. Women nro down and was such a frank, manly young Mamio went and got him something to fellow that ho was generally forgiven eat herself. Tho darkness that had been increasing for somo timo camo any indiscretion. Tho marriago was tho occasion of down rapidly, and thero burst out ono general rejoicing. Mamie's father gavo of thoso tcrritio thunder-storm- s that her an unusually good sond oflT, and tho gather so rapidly and with such forco in dotails wero Bent far and wido through that country. After its strength was tho State Harry had studied law for spent thero fell steady shoots of rain awhile and had sottled down into a that brought tho crock over tho bridges country notary, drawing up deeds, and before morning. doing hack-wor- k of that sort. Thoy "Madam, it's no' nso talking. You Uvod'about four milos out of town and can't send a fellow out in such a storm," two milos from old John's. Ho had. built said tho tramp, as tho thrco stood on them a pretty modern cottago on n de- tho porch watching tho storm. tached portion of his form. Harry hod "I'm sorry, but I'vo no placa for his ofllco, on ornamental littlo structure, you." " W1M in a houso liko this ? It's a a few rods' from tho houso, and thero thoy lived as happy as two birds. pity there isn't a cranny tor n stowaway. Gradually Harry picked up business, I was walking around it, waiting for tho and finally, through bis father, ho o girl, and, it seems to mo it onght to hold trusteo for soma minor heirs, three people." Thoy wero an odd lot of children, with "You nro very iroportinont. I toll y mother and no end of coal you I hnvo no ploco for you, nnd tho a lands and mining investments. It was storm is alroody breaking away." a good thing for Harry, although it gavo Even ns sho spoko tho rain camo down a naturally lazy man soma additional in blinding sheets, nnd lightning work. Tho worst thing was that it streaked tho heavens. obliged him to go to Scronton now and "Well,'' ho said, carelessly, "wo thqn'ond leavo Mamie. When Harry don't go much on manners on tho road, had to go away, Mamio would get in her but I know I wouldn't send a dog out phaeton and drivo to town, and thero such a night as this. I'm not n particuwero always somo of tho young peoplo, lar chop, leastwise not nowadays, nnd ready to g'p out and keep her company. Til havo to insist oriypur. giving mo. Harry always ihsislcil that sho must not somo sort of shelter, if it's only your stay alono. For a State, Tho man spoko with decision. Mamio Pennsylvania haa a pretty rough in it, 'and thero is n. general ponso felt Jhat nfcr all thoy wore really In his of uneasiness. power. will keep you oa.ono ..condition," Ono August afternoon narry had an unexpeetdjsummons to go to Buranton. sho saicb' '! Thcro'sla'jbf i to tho ho'uso, about a suit connected with tho minor n sort of garret, which is very comfortahairs, no had recently sold somo of ble. It is Closed with n and their property, and hail boeti; making yon may sleep on tho lonngo there" it'j'puj various' collections, which left in Ills' will allow us to lock tiwfUoor onfhooaU hundred dollars. side." bonds about forty-llv"Bless my stars ond garters I" ho said, When ho found Hint ho had to go off at a fow moments' notico, ho wrapped looking ot her seriously, " I dou't caro if yon lock tho door." bundle of papers and this money, took them into tho house. Main Thoy took him upstairs, nnd ho clunl)cd up the steep attio stairs. Tho making, preparations for n piunio weroWgo'to tho next day, and b women shut tho door ns ,ho politely hinfto wait until tho day after.' bado them nnd thoy "llut, my door child, 1 haven't timo fastened tho padlock, hearing him oven to go to town and put theso in tho chitcklo to himself as ho kicked off his ' ' fkfinlr you'll navo to. tako caro of boots. thorn. fll try and got back in two days "I'd tako tho koy, mum,"snid Sarah. at tho furthest, and mcanwhilo nobody Mamio took tho koy with her, and will know that tho two descended to shut up tho house. is hero." Then ho explained to her tho valuo of After thoy had mndo everything secure, tho papers, and handed her n canvas thoy went back bag in which was tho $1,000 belonging 'You must sleep iu my room toto tho minor hoirs. night, Buitli," tho mUtresi said. Surah " Whoro will I keep it, Harry? Be- dragged in her bedding and iuado a pal- lot on tho floor, and then, aftor tho custween tho mattresses?" tom of women, thoy examined tho clos-o" Just liko a woman No. But I looked under tho bed, and piled tho I dou't know whero to toll yon. Tho moat iusoouro ploco apparently is chairs against tho locked door. Tho of teahouiost secure. Any ploco, door,. rair was still 'falling heavily and tho but petwoeu tho mattrosscs. I leavo nighl as black as ink. Tho mistress aud that to you. But you must guard it, if maid wont to bed, mid although worried necessary, with jour Jifo; for, rcmembor and anxious went to sleep. After midnight Muiuto found' herself tho uioueis not ours, and nt ull hazards I am reionsiblo. I dou't really sujv-po- awake, and n, bright light shining in tho thero is tho least dangor, for no ono room. Sho started up, and saw that it Tho storm had knows I havg it. But 0110 ought to tako was tho mooulljjlit. Bha" got up, proper precautions, and I l6g1ofyo'Snot cfedrcd owny1 at last to admit any tramps whilo I oin gone. unablo to compose herself immediately, Toll Harali not oven to allow thorn to pat and went to tho'w.iudow, Tho moon was shining brightly. As sho stood, look' " All right, dear ; wo won't let tho ing at tho pcacoful sceno beforo hor sho trn'rui have a drink oven, and I'll tako saw away down tho road, for it was bright as day, soveral horaomen. It was caro of tho monoy, you may bo sure." and such nu unusual sight at this hour that Hairy bado libt wifo good-by- , Mamio iravo up tho picnio. At tho ond sho stood watching them as thoy camo ' "What a I " Prcsby-tcran'Churc- h, "I g, "Hist! Whoro nro thoy going to break in ?" Tlio steps camo boldly on tho piazza to tho front door. "Got behind ma I will flro'hrtho first man whd enters. How' many bar, rcls aro thero ?" "Six, nil loaded." " Very well Keep this cane in your hand for mo, in enso I need it" Tliero was no storming of shutters. They heard tho koy applied to tho door softly. It opened, nnd a man followed by two others confidently entered. The first flguro walked" directly to tho stairs. Ho had taken but a step when thrco shots camo in rapid succession. Thero wasa heavy thud ; this man droppodand tlio other two turned and fled. Sarah ran to tho window and two horses galloped down tho lnno, "Don't faint, madam; thero i3 work yet to do," said tho tramp. Mamio caught hold of tho roil for support, nnd then went into tho room. "Getacandlo, Sarah." They lighted a candle and gavo it to tho tramp, who went down stairs, tho two women following with brandy and ammonia. Tho man hod fallen backward, and lay with his faco up nnd head toward tho door. "Ahal"' said tho tramp, curiously, holding tho light up and pcoring into tho dead man's face, " ho's fixed. Shot through tlio head." Mamio advanced and gazod at tho whito face, across which a thin thread-lik- o stream of blood was trickling. Sho fell back with a wild shriek. It was her husband's dead body which lay beforo her. Xcto York World. soft-heart- TKi.T.oirsTOxn rAUK. Tlio Yollowstono National Park slxty-fivmilos north and south and flfty.flvo miles onst and west, comprising 8,575 sipiaro milos, and is nil 0,000 feci or more oIkivo tho Yellowstone lako, twenty miles by fifteen, has an altitudo of 7,788 feet Tlio mountain ranges which hem in tho valloys on ovory sldo riso to tlio height of 10,000 to 12,000 feet, and aro always covered with snow. Tills great park, says Mr. Strahorn, contains tho most striking of mountains, gorges, falls, rivers and lakes in tho wholo Yollowstono region. Tho springs on Ganlinor's river cover an area of nbout ono square mile, and thrco or four squaro miles thereabout nro occupied by tho remains of springs which havo ceased to flow. Tho natural basins into which theso springs flow nro from fonr to six feet in diamoter and from ono to four feet in depth. Tlio principal ones aro located npontciraccs nvfdwoyup tho sidosof tho mountain. Tho banks of tho Yollowstono river nbound with ravines nnd canons, which nro carved out of tlio heart ot tho mountains through tlio hardest rocks. Tlio most rcmnrknblo ot theso is tho canon of Tower creek nnd Column Tlio latter, which extends mountain. along tho eastern bank of tho river for upward of two miles, is said to resemblo tho Giant's Cnusowny. Tho canon of Tower creek is nbout ten miles in length nnd is so deep and gloomy that it is Whcro cnllcd "Tho Dovil's Den." Tower creek ends.. tho Grand canon begins? It is twenty miles in length, inlpassnblo throughout, and inacccssiblo nt tho water's edgo except nt a fow points. Its rugged edges nro from 200 to 500 ynrds opart, nnd its depth is so profound that no sound over renchos tho carjroin tho bottom. Tho Grand canon contains a great multitude of hut springs of sulphur, snlphato of coppor, alum, etc. In tho number and magnitudo of its hot springs and goynern, the Yellow-ston- o Park surpasses nil tlio rest ot tho world. Thero aro probably fifty geysers that throw a column of watur to tho height of from 50 to 200 feet, and it is stated that thero nro not fewer than 5,000 springs; thero aro two kinds, thoso depositing lima ond thoso depositing silic. Tho tcrnperntnro of tho calcareous springs is from ICO to 170 deg., while that of tho others rises to 200 or moro. Tho principal collections aro tho upper nnd lower goyscr basins of tho Madison river and tho calcarconssprings on Gardiner's river. Tho great falls nro marvels to which adventurous travelers havo gone, only to return and roport that thoy nro parts of tho wonders of thil now American wonderland. ex-loo l. xnn rfit ruarjHOMKXTit or cor A sensational nowttu CONDKNSED TIMB. NASHVILLE CIIMltll IHIIHKIIII. . Vally Pol, article in tho Houston written by W. P. HuW, of LOUISVILLE Grimes county, professes to glvo tho first full account of tho mnssnero of tho Texsn garrison in tho eclobrated Church ot tho Alamo, at San Antonio, March ft, 183(1 ZuIht snys ho got tho nccount from n Moxicnn lifer known In Texas as Polin, who was with tho Mexican army at tho timo of tho capture of tho Alamo. Polin soys that nfter tho Mexicans hail taken tlio fort, scaled tho walls, nnd put tho garrison to tho bayonet or sword, Santa Anna, accompanied by mcmlicrs of his staff, entered tho fort nnd viewed tho Toxnns slain. Polin, being a lifer and a privileged character, entered with Santa Anna, and immediately behind tho Moxicnn dictator. Santa Aunn ordcrod tho cilikcus of San Antonio to pick up tho corpsoofCol. Travis, tho. Texan com. mondcr, which ho ran his sword through. After Santa Auun hail retired from tho fortress, two Moxicnn oillcers, with a nuralicr of soldiers, entered nnd proceeded to pilo up tho bodies of tho dead Texaus, in order to bury them. In tlio search for corpses they discovered tho celebrated Texan patriot, Col. Bowie, in n secluded department of tlio fortress, lying sick upon stretchers. Ono of tho officers looked nt tho sick officer nnd nkcd tho other if ho know him. Tlio latter sold ho thought ho did, nnd that it was tho infnmous Bowie. Tho officers then berated Bowio for fighting ngninst tho Moxicnn Government, nfter having married a rcsicctnblo Mexican lady. lie denounced them for fighting under a tyrant liko SaiiU Anne They ordered him to shut his mouth. Bowie said, "Never, for your sort" "Then," said tlio senior officer, "wo will relievo you of your tongue'" They then liad soldiers tako knives and split open his mouth, cut out his tongue, aud throw his lody, still writhing, uiwu a pilo of corpses. Tho latter was suturatod with campheno, nnd while Col. Bowio's body, still blooding, but speechless, lay nlivo UKn tho funeral heap, a match was stuck into tho combnstiblo fluid, and a tall pillar ot flamo immediately shot up, and ono of tho Mexican i Hirers, pale and trembling, said to his companions, "That lire takes Bouio's soul up to God." This is tho first account of tho last moments of Col. Bowio over published. CalL San Prajer Meellnnlhurnlar nlghta. rluoilayHchool a. M. J. H. hltiia, Hutierlhtrndeiil. The at Wnman'a MIlonrr rlorletr inwi here on the Bundtf In ewh month, at 8 o'clock. Mia, T, T, DatteM, I'lenhlent. TaMor. riertlret J. M. Mundaja, B AITIHT. liar. r'ourlhIlacca, morning and onrSeetwJ ami TRAINS IIOINO NOUTIt. Bight, I'raree Mealing eeerr Vednla afler-nooHondajr eVhonl at 3(1 a. . 11. K. luriow Ht rinn. Miarn I, mi. HJerlntendenl. 00 a m ltlfhmonil.... Lt. Mnratirr Worehlp be the 3 00 " C""iritMTIAN. lar . I'rearhlngbfmnirrgailon ia " lr. J. W, 7 10 " " l.lliii(ton ..,. on tint and Third l.r.l'adaii. Hundar Hchoul ' Crali urchard. 111 Joa Hererane, Huperlntendent. at 10 " Kunlonl . M" ' Shellij Ol7 HOIJTH Iter. l7rT. McKU llintnl Junrllon ... 1 rr. pa'to'. Hun.laj Kehextl at t'0. John W. DM" nlllkIIVTKIIIAN, 10 63 " Mllrhrllnnurt hont.Hnjwrlntrrtilent. Unlan Prajer Meeting on " Ilnen..OT. II H'elneilar nlghle. & f IITlToliSl.elOTII. Hatv. J. H. Ulna, WerTlitaeteijBuinlaemornlngandnlfht. V lt iiaii.uo.io mm:, Arr. Irlanan Jnnetlnn... Clnflnmil Junction I.onlnllle... New llaren. ..,.. 12 10 12 47 2 10 p " 111 2tJ ham si. inmiurrr, AT LAW, TUAINS OOINII 8UUTII. "MTaeii I, 1141. Lee. r.i. "BStT. 2M 2 4 ATTOR N EY Lra. " CrabOrchanl. Arr. Livingston . Lea. l4ineailer .... Arr. Illrhmnml. . fetanrnl..... . IuIitIII. 87 a m OS p n 10 Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will prattle hie pmfeoaton In Itockraatla and adjoining enuntlea and In th Court of Apprala. Hivclal attention gleen In colloctloni. 2 80 36 ' PULLMAN TALACE OAHS To Mriapblt, 1.1111a Hoc , Mobile, Muutfmnerr, ami New Orlrani. Kmlgranla InTetaa haea llielrehttleeiif Iwonwlea-elMeiupliltor ela New Urleana. Tim laueh opera house:; UTANIItllll, KY. quicker anl ralra lower tban rout, till alao the J any other W. P. WALTON, - - Propriotor. Ilaaunabl QUICKEST, Route to all polnn In Mlnuiirl. Keraa, llllnnl,. Indiana, Iowa, Nebrank a, ColoraJo. Alkanraa. Onlr ono ehange to Cblragn, M lHila and Ijiil 0HEAPE8T AND BE8T WMofCIa, 2a0. W,bt ml ..eloerli ot Fren-elarludleg gallerT, Mealing aa abuea. erlljr, talet In ic"l er atlraetlona. - IW. Addieaa vl al.iul tlrketi lo the For fuitber Kmith, Kanni, (olorado, an an larant ratet lo Floilda, a.lJ.-'. ATJHIKi:. and Ticket Ait., Uolifllle, Kj. lien. Or P. . Anthony, Agt.. eianfonl, Kr. y. P. I. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ILTOT8T,TANKOUI, KV rzF Keiifucky's - It. ., WE. raiLxiix 3lnnuraenla, llrailttanM, Tablet!, Ae. Mi, Lie Woik ol all klnJa neatly eieeu-tr- d aad guar-aiile- Itoulo tOM Knst Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. Tlieonljr llneraaning and on appllr-tlon. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING OARS a H y i A SOLID TEAIN I.oiilNVllli',:iiH'l(iimli mill Ity., TO WASHINGTON CITY, CoODccllrg In aama dejnl with fait tralni lor TXTo"a7vr Yorls.. Dan- , " Ai'l'LHTOtra JOVUHAZ." Doubtless many persons who havo not been in tho habit of reading Applc Ion's Journal wero surprised at tho recent announcement in tho papers that a largo publishing house, with abundant DXATlt OF means and mechanical facilities, hod abandoned tho attempt to establish a profitable nnd influential magazine. And if nowsdcalcrs and subscribers surmised that tho December number was to bo pplclon'a. Journal, it was tlio last of not because- of any statement to that' effect in its pages, so silently did an enterprise, conspicuously launched only a fow years ago, sink out of sight Tho experience thus sadly terminated illustrates tho fact that pcrscvcranco docs not always achieve success. Tho Journal began its unfortunato career as an illustrated weekly, and, by slow clfcgreos, abandoned ono fcaturo after another, and, changing its arrangement many times, became at lastmn illustrated cclcctio magazine, in which form it has finally disappeared from viow. New York Tribune. Mn. H. P. H UBDAnD, of New nnven has prepared a "Newspaper nnd Bank Directory of tlio World," in which the uowspnpcrs of tlio world havo, for tho first timo, been classified. From tho odvanco sheets it is learned that thero nro published 31,271 newspapers and periodicals, with a circulation, iu round numbers, 41 110,000,000 ooplVa, and an annual aggregate circulation reaching 10,092,000,000 copies, or about six mid newspapers per year to each inEurope leads habitant of tho globe. with 19,577, and North America follows with 12,400, tho two together making ' of all tho publications over in existence Asia has 775, South Amor-le- u COO, Australia CGI, and Africa 132. Of all theso 10,600 aro printed in tlio English language, 7,800 in German, a,850 in French, and over 1,000 in s, Spanish. Thero aro 1,030 doily uuo-half nino-tontuows-papcr- 1 VAIlTlXn t'llIliXDS. years ngo, employed by Hib tho Government in hewing timber iu tho vast oak forests of Maine, was a company OYSTEKS AT AM, IIOUItN. of men at work, among them being ono I liaYrcut-thaer?!(eiof Mr. JameaPrak a b found Pat McGlarkin aud a Jimmy Magoo, clerk, wbo will alwava forget Ibat rvaJ? to mlnliU-Don't I aIo ktrj tbe to jour wanta. both fast friends. Jimmy tookafevor. HOTEL, and Pat, learning that his friend was given up by tho doctors, paid him a part- Wlirra exnlltnt ccvramolillon, fan to hulk lb lowtil ratea. J.T. HAItlllN. ing visit to hear his last words beforo l'rojirittor. shuflling off this mortal coil, when tho "SYRUP BROMIDE CHLORAL following colloquy ensued: Pot " Well, Jaimy, I understand tho doctors have given yo up." Jim "Yis, Pot, it is most over wid Thirty-fivo vrcrtahU an1 tr Til prrrtw-, mii r fnmi all 1 t i nf. Mm u nl pu-iI at 'trial i m i I rtncaU kiu.Urf kvurnia u la nt lansraiiiig: lo ll fHm Ml1-.Ki'i- bOTn jti ; it. u h artil i liii trvn will uk lb i II m wtnth ahouM li lo rrr larvtitran All Virginia and North Carolina Mrwmm-ff- - miIUinirrNan I (irklitif ojrra lnrt'T Mjr, Hr ami Points. farra, wl'l uirrruti j.yot ih lttit nna. ItHm.Iflb tpr STANFORD, KENTUCKY H l lot itraia(iMl mnlv For tlckrla and lortber Infanuallae, apple la trmrm rutunln kilter rourneantt ticket offiee, or aMreaa W W Mon- twiavwuitcw ,ilaIbat i -- HmMntlalikr taiiynr ai4 ) I hjr lsaUr at puritiasU DiwfritT rttablUliiatnt. IU t. Frelgb ami I'awogtr Agt., Iainglen, llavlof roe, TryalwMtl CUManui3tiirf by C. t'UttltH t: 4.- CO. will cntillnutt tbe LuilDfu m1 contUnttr on Kjr. html Fmh Ilolli. Loaf BrriJ. Ck nml afti I line OJJtt, too JtJttit M'rrrl, l.9timrilte, Hy II. W. I'lU.M'.It. '. W.KlflTII, J of Can lr. t'rulla aoJ olbcr Coofrctloncrlr. 1o Clab'I MaDater, tlen'l I au'r Agi. whlrb I invite the at tf tit Ion of the public. I will Itlehuoud, Vlrjlnla Kr aal 'n HUutorJ Lj TcanT A MoALlttaa. and Mrva a'w keep treat. II CONFECTIONERY ! The Direct Route to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, cSkkvebke. r"ly x, BAKERY! .... inn. -- TUB COMMERCIAL u me" Pot (after a pnnso) " Well, yo'vo not been a great sinner; yo'll go to tho good stliolo place" Jim" Oh, yis, a bit of tho half-craz- Pat To bo, aliuro I Govcrnmont Umber.' TH It U I he rema'lr ImtutJlaU I! GREAT NERVINE ' r aur cthr uMiaj( tba iuftl lofliumlorT Pat (taking Jimmy's hand and assuming a diplomatio air) "Well, farewell to ye Whon yo reaches tho good ploco tell thom yo aro well acquainted wid Pot MoGlarkin." nr it It r Aathuin. Inlllntton of tlm Ilrnrt, MtiortMrM of llrmlli. vxt llalerlrs inimllhlJr doI Ilka nrl ronivdi. feurtrettntg ot cti ertl hours to itiir Kurw rum for IHIlKt.N atrojatlir Apttftlle for UtoVJ 1KIH. diiM m bf rlitf. ' inwifl; ncro Pat started for tho door, but, as l." clo-mo- nt if suddenly recollecting Jimmy's dishonesty in stealing tho Government timber, ho wheeled around to his friend and seriously nnd earnestly oxclaimed: "But, Jnimy, if anything hnppons to yo that yo should go to tho other place, just tell them Hint yo don't know a divil of a word nbout mo I" Cnrra OKMHIl'M Tltr.Mf.N. all over IW llirveommrur'l t rth i.tj.hiti ia b cxUklrr I'rn, M ii W. n. Aimi'lCI.KY lfliriirv, 'iv SS a I '.. If muiti A. foa.Buiia iiuU JLik jour lrufM i rrrrJ i Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific '"tVlrKwJaaB -- JalaaaaaaBi9 Railway. WIIIMIE &rDJSj.lL- "I trap-doo- r, good-nigh- t, ' i. 18,271 and week- lies, and 8,503 issued less frequently. Aeronauts havo a story noli in romance as any penned by Jules Voruc, but thoy liavo their practical side, and French aeronauts havo lately succeeded in turning their experiouco to good account By tho aid of " spontaneous ' plio- -' togrophy and electricity, plans of an cuomy's position in timo ot war, and blrj's-oy- o viou of cities and maps of tho country iu less troublesomq periods, can bo token by tho aid ot a balloon withoat tb'o prusenco of tho operator,' Tlio plan adopted is to bend up tho balloon containing only tho photo- gruphio lens, but conuuetod with thoso ou terra flrumby nu dec trip ire, which, governs (ho iualrument and tlio balloon. If no flaw exists iu tho chain liuking tho sciences together, electricity may play a purt in bslloouiug much greater than most pcoplo Imagine. J'ull Mall Qatette, 1 ro b, so Iu cffict 8pt. 21, 1S32. AXiSlALa Anii T13IK. CINCINNATI bUUIIIKUN DIVISION. It seems evident that somo animals at No. 17. NaS, No J. No.!. least know when Sunday comes. A LMIr II Ualfriond of mino has a dog who always &TATION8. ri ir ex Cun .M Hun. I'M lM. runs with tlio wagon, On week days tho wagon turns to tho right from tho Lie. Cincinnati.- -. ...... S10 Sib M SI) C3J 1123 II iu ' Uwrgcluwu - ... goto and goes down to tho factory. On .. ' Lcalugloa Jlu II lu 70J 1164 7 3 12 20 UU5 Sunday it turns to tho loft, and goes to .MiliolIUu..... High Ur!lu . Hi 72 12l 47 church. Tlio dog runs ahead ; on Sun2u 1217 " liiTllla.... in ar 3o 120 Junclloa Clljr...... day ho turns to tho left, and no intima2 2D No. 15 3UU HouierM'l 23(1 A.M. 30 I'ulut llnru.ia... tion is given. Six days tlio sagacious sue Ir GM 7 Jl ' llockwood.MWM,.., 7 32 823 animal runs in ndvanco to tho factory. Spring Cll ....... VU IU2A It 30, Even tho horso understands tho day as Arr. CualuntKia ...... Nu.la. Nu.2. No. 4. Not well ns tho way to church. No ono that t'.M. A.M. I A.M. A.I. has passed a week day iu Veuico will ..ve. CliaUvnoua. 7 l0 00 730 ...1 IU IU 33 liavo failed to boo tho pigeons fod at tho riTlnK Clly S 4U ar 7 41) lots " ilock wood ........ ...... hour of noon. Mpro than 100 ot theso IJ40 Mo.lil. 132 " I'olul lluru.Ulo.. 2 13 I u6 A.M. " Houitinl little birds imvo como nt noon for their 3 31 Juuellou T. 2 4i a. Iiaurllla. Ctlx. J. 3 40 341 food. They novcr mistnko tho hour. II IU 4 11 .. . Sll Illcli llrloW..... 0SJ .... When tho bell of St Mnrk'a liegins to miuouMiii........ ..... V.... 3 33 7 09 433 3 4 03 303 lAaluftoa clang out tho hour of noun, not a bird 31 7 33 3 23 4 2a ' (liwriictowu.. .... 10 23 7 43 0 30 7 00 can bo seen ; lx.foio the bell cenws tho Arr. Clad n nail A.M. ALA HA MA HKKVr bOUT HfcllN. air will bo black, and doves by tho hunHOO dred fly to tho windows. On Sunday La. Allalla..... 1233 " .. ...... 813 lliruil Uitmui. no, grain is given. Tho old bell jars out 333 " '1'imaluo.i 12 o'clock, but no birds appear. -, They Arr. MetlJIau-.- ... 1000 .. , .. thoy know when Sunday l.rc MtrldliP can count (3 80 M , W37 . ... . " 'lualwjl........... I comes, Exohanyc. 112 21 . riirmlngbaui M -- . ... I 230 Alalla. I 8 30 Arr. Chattanooga. i I'm lutturs of benjamin Constant to V1CK8UUKU ANU MKUIDIAN. Miuhimo lltcnuilcr, which havo just been .. i 10 20 Mul.lUu....... JZ7.. published in Puns, aro full of frantio I.Y. Kort. " I... 12 30 " li(iuJi.n ,,,,,, ... .... I 2 33 scutimntiility, Thisuian, approaching " Jackaou 3 ............ .. , ... .. 4 33 20 50, wroto to tho tjilrUuclla lady that ho Arr. Vlrkaburg............ " because sho bta. VU'klliin.............. . ... ..18(2 hail boon " crying all night 10 41 ' Jaikaon did not Cro for him; " caroor, ambi-tio' llrauilou I. .... UI28 " ............. 141 study, intellect, diversion, all Arr- - lorml MuMlan ..j 4 43 ...........- am no longer anydisappeared. iiayu I VICKtinUKU. HIIUKVE1)I1V AND l'AClfia thing more than a poor crcuturo who Lit. 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