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Semi-weekly interior journal: October 24, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882102401_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 24, 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. Stmt" Hall VOLUME X.-NUMBEIl nlttm lonftuu. 24, 1882. ril0FK.SSI0.1At, deT. W, i BIO. Masans and Mormons. Tho Masonic Order In Utah has taken strong ground against "tho abomination of Mormonism" and rclusod to rccclvo Mormons into tho fraternity. On Wednesday tho Grand Jodgo of California pasd resolutions of sympathy with their Utah, brethren and that "it is a fundamental principle of Masons to bclievo in and fear God and keep IHscommandmcntsand nlsn to bo truo and loynl to the government in which wo live. Mormonism, as now existing in Utah, is wanting in both particulars." The Masons liavo good reasons to detest Mormonism, for, according to what John Hyde, Jr., whoonco was a Mormon Elder, hut upoatatized, says of tho endowment ceremony, for which inspired origin is claimed, "its signs, tokens, marks and ideas nro plagiarized from Masonry," and Lieutenant Gunnison, beforoho was murdered by tho Mormons, said that the Saints claimed that Masonry was originally of their church, became perverted nnd was restored to its truo work by .Too Smith! Tho Masons cannot afford to tolerato oven tho few respcctablo fanatics whumaylxilong to tho "Church" that has so vilely traduced them. d horso-whippc- STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, OCTOBER An Ounce NEW R. VAKKON. SERIES-NUMB- ER 89. of Pretention, - The Difference. W. T. P. WALTON, ft. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor Business Manager emit I'tiUllnltrit Ttirmttiu t'rttlnu Nu.no ii3ii ANNtur. r ALEX. AMDEROOK, The Way he Wanted to Die, -WILL SELL- ATTOllNIiSV A'X' XiAAV, This evening John Hums, of Scott M) Taf7Taf DANVILLE, KY., county, went to see Mis Ilelecca TurWill practice In the Courta of Doyle and adjotnlnf . ner, with whom ho was in love. Ho counlleeand In tlia Court of Appeal!. M fm .! m jmi m-hud been drinking and it is supposed MABTEllbUN l'EYTON, AT'jroKXAMINk KOS CAHItT COUHTI, MNJJY A. I XV. A"V, that ho was n littlo under tho influence AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. AHD LIHKKTY, KY. tho tlnio. Ho hud n reWill hractle In all the CViurla of Cajier and ad ofliipior nt Appeala. counties, and the Court Last Wokim. When our friends joining attention gtren In collection!, ofurate over volver in his vest racket, nud it is said opociai to IU T. fierce'! itoce. pass away to tho world boyond, it Unit Miss Turner happened to let her us soma comfort to stand by their DU. J. Q. OAIU'ENTEH, hiiudkcrchicf fall on tho lloor, when KENTUCKY bedsido, to perform the lost kind o fil- 8TANF011D, up. Iturns gallantly stooped to pick it Office hour! 8. Lytle'i Oflfooter MmtClKANOC ets fur them, and to receive from their from S to 5K Ilobt.7 to P. at. ilore. lloiug unsteady in his roovements. tlio nd good-byHow own lips tho last sod pistol (ell from his pocket to tho floor wo rovcrenco thoso last words; how J. J. WILHON, nud exploded.' Tho ball struck him Wlinca to Inform hla Patrons of Stanford and tlclnltr that he hm reeelred much moro solemn than all others they just nbovo tho right nipple, and, pans 8TANKOBD, KY. seem to us. How often wo have read ing into tho region of tho heart, inOffice and Ikaldence, Upper Main St. A Splendid Stock of Goods, and or heard, "I promised my friend on dicted a wound from which ho died in LEE P. HUFFMAN, would do this thing," his death-bos I style. Satisfaction guarnfow minutes. Miss Turner hastily J3N'X"IHrr, Which he guarantees to make up ia firtt-clasHUIIOEON T KY. anteed, or no sale. Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. STANFORD, A ball room car is the latest novelty "Thoso wero tho last words ho ever raisod tho bleeding form of her lover OOce South ilda Main Street, two doon abort introduced on tho Chicago, Milwaukee said to mo." to tho sofa, and startolto rush for n the Mjen Hotel. PureNltroua Oxide On admlnlitered when re& St. Paul railroad, nnd recently n physician, but ho called her back, fayA machine for hatching chickens quired. merry party of St. Louis belles nnd has been invented with an automatic II. C. MOKOAN, D. D. B. ing that ho was conscious that ho DENTIST, Ho beaux mado nn excursion over tho improvement which clucks liko an old would live but a few minutes. Will be In manford one week Edward road uml danced tho racquet with the hen and encourages tho young ones to of each month, from Brit Monday. Dental rooma Miss J)wcry asked her to put her arm around his In Ht. Aaaph Hotel, orer McA'liter A llrlght'i. TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Beeilgn.AtLancaiter three week! of each month neck. Tho weeping woman did so and Orr, at Gray's Falls, Ontario, becaueo train moving nt 40 miles an hour. cat. It has been found that machine (rout awn Uouie. third AND SIIVEKWAItE in marriage. Tlio in a largo baggage made chickens sutler from loneliness, (See ilgn. Monday. Dental rooinaln It was Hums breathed his last in his sweet- ho preferred another girl Pure nltroui oxld gate admlnlitered Ml-t- f Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and told her tlmt was tho Her two brothers and now lover held car, sixty feet long by fifteen wide. but this invention beguiles them into when Decenary. heart's arms, and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. war ho had wished to die. When him while she applied tho whip. That Tho lloor was elegantly carpeted, tho the belief that tlio old ono is around; ! members of her family, attracted by n happened a year ago. Orr obtained tho walls beautifully painted, hung and as it docs not at onco lead them J., pictcing shriek, rushed to tho room, tho whip and has sinco flogged each of with pictures and decorated with bunt- to a neighlwr's garden aud teach them Fenclnitind ltu llt' n Lumber for tale they found Iturns dead on tho sofit and Ithu three men separately with it, tho ing, evergreens and garlands of roses. to do all tho damage tbey can, it is a 2 mlleaH Mtii ,,r HUhuiid, tula county. at Mill Orderi aoliclted lr Timber, Joint. Studding, Lattice, Miss Turner lying in a swoon over his. last to rcccivo punnishment getting so There was an orchestra of fight pieces great improvement on the hen. n Oak or l'oilar. Trompt attention Ac, either to CTerythlng In the line of cirpenter'a bills Ixxiyjier faco and hair bathed in tho much that ho was confined to his bed and refreshments were passed around lt M. 1. KOUINHUN. Among tho instruments described for building. for a week. Tlio girl then liccalno every hour. blood which 'flowed from his wound. during the lato meeting of the British frightened nud wroto to ask if she, loo, special. Kislvillo (Vn.) There is a great deal of religion in Association was ono exhibited by Sir Stanford Female College. was to bo whipped. Orr replied that tho world that resemble) tho temperFiromcn A 1Iau.nti:i Hah.wav. ascertainho had no such intention, but thought ance platform of the man who said: F. Hramwell, employed for STANFORD, KY. ou tho Virginia Midlaud IUilway tell ing the velocity of trains and the effiho might Ik impcllod to thrash her "I don't want to compromise myself ciency of brakes. With this apparat- With a Full Corps of Teachers, OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. wonderful storied of tho nightly father and several of her cousins un- in this matter. I think temperance of a ghost on tho track of us it was found that a train weighing will open its" they treated him with deference. is u good thing. That far I gladly 125 tons ran 5 miles, 5 yards after Thlilmtllutlon Monday In lti Thirteenth Seeilon If cinliraccN Staple ami Fancy Groceries Patent and Family September neit. on the 2d thai road, near Otter River, whoro u Flour, Meal, Bacon ami Lard, Tobacco and Cigara, Wood-en- . I also think a glass of beer Bteam was shut off whilo traveling at tramp was killed somo timoago. His Thcruarotwo kinds of girls: Ono go. And ALL THE BBANCUKS OF A a good thing. The fact, is, when I a speed of 45 miles an hour. The Willow and Tinware, Glass aud UuccuBware. Canned ghostship first appoarid on two whito U tho kind that npjtcar be.t nbroad bcliovo in THOROUGH ENGU3HC0UBSB lino was level nnd the day calm. GoodM ol nil kiiulsa Hiicclully. Itcuiciubcr the place, "The borne, but becoming inoro Iwlil of tho girls that are good for partie, have bad enough, then I when I am thirsty, Are taught, at well u lafe, tho spiritual stranger in tho form i rides, visits, etc., whose .chief delight temperance, but Corner Store." A house was burning at Oshkosh, MUBIO, THE LANOUAOEB. DRAW-IN- O with, tho U in such things. Tho other is that why then I cau't for the life of me seo of a man, has dispensed Wis., and n woman was left inside. AND PAINTING. harm in a glass of lager. So you etecdf, and has several times, uuat- - kind that appears lest nt home the the Her husband cried, "Five thousand tho track girls that nro useful nud cheerful in see though I'm very firm in my printended, taken a position on depends on dollars to the man who saves her!" A in tho attitudo of the mail bull, and tho dining room, Bick room and all ciples their application In Tuition, crlcea ranee from 123 to ISO In tu fireman dashed in at great personal regular Department!. Primary, 125; Intermediate dcBod tho iron horso. Ono niglit last duttci of homo. They differ widely circ imstaiices." 3F3E3Cu3L3F?.Iia:aL.OIST7S, risk, nnd brought her out alive. Al- 130; PreparaUuy, 140, and uourgiate, lau. An Iowa paper says: "A young week tho fircmau of an cngiuo discov- - in character. Ono is often a torment dulii in though tho husband is very wealthy, For full particular, aa to Board, Ac., addrwu One and voluptuous couplo iu tho gallery cred what was supposed to bo a man at home, tho other a blessing. BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLE. DItUGS, ho refused to givo n dollar of the re- HHK. H. C, THUKIIKAHT. Stanford, Lincoln Ci.. K. on tho track. The engine, which was is u moth consuming every thingnbout of the opera houso last night wero so ward; but tho Supremo Court decides Ph jalclana' Prescription! accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical Preparation! a ipeclalty. sunbeam-inspirijiovercomo by tho beautiful forms on going at a high rato of speed, struck her tho other ia a offer of $5,000 was valid, and that the tho man, and npparcntly killed him light and gladness nil around her path tho stage that they sank into each To tow yroin in corn land or any ordinary land noprtparation u needed where this implement RICHMOND that tho money must bo paid. education other's arms with n kiss and a bug. it mal; tunply drive into the Jield and go to tcori tccdmg. The train was stopped, and several way. Tho right kind of Euiraett Logan says bo met Tom hands wero sent back to seo what lion will modify both, and unite their Tho young man wore an immenso -wido brimmed hat which tho young U6nry near tho Heno Toug in tho damago had been done. Tho Itody good qualities. day, the other was seen a short distauco dowu tlio Yes, Angela, wo will tell you. It lady worked vigorously as a fan to Louisvillo Exposition opened In Klchmond a Urge and I hare road, but upon tho men reaching it it is but right that you should know, keep him cool. A rural rooster, who and asked him to walk in and refresh complete recentlr Mill, and am prepared to furnlih Planing At other times tho and tho explanation is very simplo. saw tho performance, yelped with himself with a drink. "No. I thank every kind of disappeared. Three First-Cla- ss Implements Combined in One. you," said Tom, "I don't drink." has appeared jn tho oabs of en- Thompson's colt, grazing in a cool envy." ghost BUILDERS' MATERIAL ! gines, and, after stlrvoying things pasture on the bank of n beautiful, Tho liearing peach treo cau not bo "Pshaw," said Logan, "it's nothing Making the led and cheapest implement tter producal. An implement that is indiapensalle ,'n IJICLUDIHO crop cultivated. gcucrally, just stepped out into spaco. clear river, becatno thirsty, aud in- cultivated too often. The soil must at but tea." "I don't caro a cuss what it Flooring, i very tea, milk Wcatlierlionrdliiff, is. I won't drinkijnythlng Alexandria Gazetto. stead of tiuencliiug his thirst therein, times bo kept loose ahd friable, and Yeoman. Doortt, .Satrii, HI I ml 8, I.atltH, should be kept up until the or water in Louisvillo." During tho march of McClellan's deliberately pluugctl in nnd swam to cultivation ShinglcH. lUoiildliiKS, Ntalr-hiijpolitical newsarmy up tbo peninsula from York- - tho other side, that ho might drink fruit is ripe. Tbo now growth of the There are ninety-si- x Of these 63 tVc town, tall Vermont soldier got sep- out of n muddy horso pond over there. wood of a bearing tree, ceases to grow papers in Tennessee. can be arated from his rcgimont, and was At another time ho jumped into this early in tho season, nnd there is no support Gen. Bate; 18 claim to be Ai I tell at prlrea audi aa the afore article! wholo-ul- e In Loulitllle, Clnclunatl.or other trudging along through tho mud, en- river to keop out of tho rain. Hence langer of stimulating a luto growth. for Fussell; 12 for Hawkins and 3 for Uuht liouaea, I am aure I can make it to joui adI am vantage to patronize home lmtltutlons. deavoring to overtako it. Finally tho saying, "As big a fool as Thonip Stirring the soil should bo tho rule, Heasley. Tho aggregate circulation alio a practical coming to a crossing, ho was puzzled son's colt." Hut don't you uso it. It's uud neither gross or weeds permitted of tho Bate papers is nearly ten times as to which road ho should take, but only for boys nnd editors nnd other In growjit uny season. that of nil the others combiued. Sunday Argus. on seeing ono of tho "natives" his rough characters. And aiu prei'ircl to furnlih design! and estimate A woman entered a railroad car at Kuoxville Tribune. c. l..ilt.tlni Mii.t noVlmlMnfkuiiueu,work. he Judg can am 1iIdr countenance lighted up nt the prosmull t. Hloomiugton, III., carrying n big Mrs. Ann Talley, or Spottsylvania edThat Hit fact that my bank account runa iroui from Tho honor of firing tho first shot at Sulky Harrow and Seeder, The Albion week. pect of obtaining tho desired informaTho conductor told her it must county, Va., aged seventy years and JI.60O tofiOOOrer building done promptly and at commonly accorded to Contracting and For lens money than required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilized in one or, tion, nnd ho enquired: "Where- does Fort Sumptcr, Addreu told him in robust health, becamo impressed (Au implement can be had, ichieh will put tn all kind of email grain in the very bat manner in O. H. HTArfORD. Huflin, of Virginia, is now claim go among tho baggage. Sho this rpad lead to?" "To belli" was Mr. lea time and with lens labor than the best grain drill made. I). Lee for George b. that if ho took it away sho would hold with the idea that she would dio at a S. tho surly aiiswer of tho "native." ed by Gen. for its con- certain hour ou a certain day. She Carolina. It is cer him strictly accountable "Well," i drawled tho Vermonter, Jumes, of South ho found that it held prepared for the anticipated event, tain that ucithor of these persons will tents. When "judging by tho lay of tho land and triplet babies only a month old, ho and, true to her premonition, her takq part in a controversy on the sub tho appearance of tho inhabitants, L, DR. (JANN'SREMEOIFS! death camo. ...A! thar.' f ject; for Gnlnds, who becamo n Lieut ccuscd objection. kalkorlatc Pin most FOR TIIE MILLION. Tho Colonel, wna killed in Maryland, whilo The Breckinridge Neta says Dr. Tnlmago says ho is willing to After taking n look tit tho moon, lltifliu, who i conceded to bavo fired mako n fool of himself in tho pulpit if only safo plan to pursue when a murMANUrWCrURED 11V W. K. OANN, M. D., arrant and Kllen Hickman tho opening ,gui of t,ho iron Goorgo ho can savo bouU thereby. A pro derer pleads insanity, ia to convict MONTICELLO. KY. stood on tho bunks of tho river iu Lonsuicide uftcr tho war. fane man who heard him preach lately uud hang him, and then let the doctworld li Mled with the wonderful, beautiThe don ready to drown themselves. his list ors examine his braiu. Jurors can ful and Intricate Inreutlooi ol luiu, yet all tn. Tho largest steel spring over mado says that on those conditions combined Uleut aud xeblui lb it the world rial .T-had ,thvurled their proposed members one lit to bo tho not then make tho mistake of turning knuwn haiueter produced anything- that can been successfully id church compare with 'Ur. Oinu'i lleiuedle. " Medical Pcaltlon of Teth and L.rer while at work, marriogo aud they determined to dio in tho world has just him looso to commit moro murders. Ituijicet in tho laud. kill and acl.nce have, aa yet. lallrd to dlicover Kloman's stccl'works, Pitts'lien by detaching the Seeder you Aai A lett arrow in A tforJ, one that will do mvrtuak any thing euual to them, for the cure of the together. Goorgo tied his wrist to rolled nt the vak' are rtvoiuuieudeJ. for JJui,ed States Cnr.Mo. Mr. Durnliaui, n sciontifio Connect .Irinu. vhkli tbey nrftla.1 liV Ihnuiuiudl Aa their - in once going over the ground than an trdinary harrow will in a doten, betides doing thrOUltUSays tlio Detroit Free Frew "When i.l nu..,a Kllen's nnd thoy jumped in. They burg,,, for, the -t and ut Philadelphia. It is you seen pair of scarlet stocking trip-piu- icut farmer, recently sold ono of his out the Ifmilh and breadth theythe land, Ui ex-aa faster uml trim inoiet.se. tor Company of cannot citandard Kauillr Medlcluea, werd rescued, though unconscious. t This animal celled, an I are fully lubitautiatod by the atrooshundred aud ten feet long, six down tho street just remember young cows for Afier being resuscitated thoy wero im- thrco eslieaiimoniaia. of au that they contain twenty-twwido nud gralus of in 372 days, has given in milk ten For Couglii, Coldi. Croup, rlronchllli, Conminp. prisoned. At tho trial their relatives inches lion aud all Diwucat ol the Throat and Lungi, inch thick. It will bo tempered nud tin." Go away I It isn't the tiu thoy times her own weight 10,000 lbs. relented, a marriage was arrauged and Company at their contain that you'll think of l coiled by tho Motor and 1,000 pounds of butter. Uho Dr. Gann'M Cough Syrup. tho Judge discharged tho pair with n works iu Philadelphia, aud exhibited Jaun. ballet wasu't known at the for Liver Coinplalnt,UyiIila. IndUeilloii Ullioua The reprimand. Uaciuo, Wis, has the largest threshdire, Couitlpatlou, Sour bloiuaili aud all parade. in tho ItlH'aiKi, iu tho world. It time ol Noah, but from what wo are ing machiuo factory A fountain iu n public squaro of (Waft, the Franklin. (Pa.) Hauk covers eighteen acres of grouud. There told of the old man thero is every Use UiiuiVn I.lver Cure. San Francisco needed painting. Au do nro seven huudred men employed reason to bclievo that, if it had been, artist agreed to do it for nothing, pro Cashier, who wus charged with a For llheumatlim. Neuralgia, Kpralui, Urulsri and acquit-e- d Swelling! -- auexurual application for win or whoso monthly wages figuro up ?32,-00- 0 ho wouldn't havo worked much, evenvldod ho could tuko ns much tlnio as f.tlcation of 8207,000, has been bead, by n jury.'to whom Judge Taylor ings, on tho ark. ho pleased for tho job, uud erect u Cjuiiu'h Iiliilwenl. Uho verdict: A new color is called "four o'clock." feuco to protect him from Idlo curios- said, when they rendered their Upwards of forty thousand farm Pualtlon of Teeth aud Lerer while not In use. ror 1'IIm, Hemorrhoid, llurui, Flilula and all eulttxvU Alter tJanting your erop.by rewoiinj Arf teeth you can thoroughly pulverue theeoJ, ity while at work. Tho contract was "I dischargo you; I have no further wagous are mado annually nt Racine, If it's the color of a man's nose as he ui liar dlKaam, tfo. , and destroy the veeds in two roue of corn at a time, a thng that no tther cultivator i one that a herej I supposo had Mr. Wis. Ou an average there is n farm goes meandering home at four o'clock made on thosa terms. Hut it seems use for her GannVjl'Ile Ointment. .li first stated, here is an vnplemtat that can be used n cttry crop culUuilcd and Uho come and tee it, get km-psold tho surfaco Craft beou on trial for stealing a ham wagon made iu; every eight minutes in tho morniug, it must bo a mighty that tho painter hai in none by any other implement;durable and simple, For Freeh Cuta, llurua, Ulccn and Old Bores, him guilty; und try it If it docs not do what we claim for it, we do not want your money. brilliatit shade of red. of the fenco to advertisers, nnd no you would bavo found of each working day. Giiiiu'h Hitter-SweUho GEO. D. WEAREN, Agent, Stanford, Ky. lody knows how long ho will ho paint- - Detroit Post, Ointment. Ono dollar in gold now buys $210 A Boston mau haB nt lust succeed WEARElf, A'., Richmond, Ky. R. Agt., Uncaslet. Ky. lug tho fountain. I can prove from uaturo and Holy ed in killing two birds with one stone, ol Peruvian mouey, aud 8240 of Pe- Uho Ilr.Oaun'H Nloniach Hitters 11'' Iu WITHERS. ..Vw.-- ,(, WILLIAMS. Aoti.. H. llustonvilU. Ky. raoro soul Ms nigger has no I Aa cuWiaffl wy crop of torn (Au teawnMwith test Hon. T. B. Montgomery1 '$ Testimonial. It lias beou decided by ait Iowa Writ that n but he had to catch tho birds aud beat ruvian money buys au every day A llellabl. Tonic. Apiwtlter and Bluod PurlBeri (Aal t tto ,. says, tho llov, aud alw cures iiyuseptia, Albion Combined Cullitator, Harrow anil Seeder and can ay tnfAoul hesitation woman who tlmu a dog or miilo," straw hat. court that marnauo with u their brains out with it. t'wuplilut. Malarial Fevers and all periodical Aarrwor cultivator I hai eter seen. (Jan plow ten acre cfw a day with Greenback-radica- l Manufactured and for aal by D. Durham, niieaaee. 0 ha a woodou leg is null nnd void. J. trori perfectly, and I can cheerfully recommend it to my farmer fntndt. Iho It is estimated that upward of Yunkeo uiulleiu plaut Is cultl The candidate for Suporintendiit of 2&. 33., this is el done The court U silent about tho status of by tho W. 71. ao urainuUh this Seeder no extra hand in reouirol to clean it from filth at lives have been destroyed The vuted iu Eugltind under tho high-toi- l iu South Carolina, Role proprietor, Montleello, Ky. aMPAII orderi 6y the dtUer without stopping or getting off hit seat. the caso where the man has a wooden I of petroleum. will rtt.lT. piotupt attention. by will ed titio of "Amerlcau Velvet l'laut." explosivo products "movement" Is ovideutly "moviug.' head. Sometimes an ounce- of prevention is worso thnn n pound of disease Ono day last week tho children came running in, shrieking that n big hawk was circling over the poultry-yard- . Old Farmer Thistlepod dropped his pajier, caught his trusty gun from tho rack, and charged for tho poultry-yarHo ran right over a bco stand just tho other sido of tho oyprcss bush, nnd was stung in thirty placets lieforo ho jumped over tho fenco of tho poultry-yard, alighting upon the old black hen that was brooding thirteen chicks, breaking her neck, and mashing five hapless "wectles"; the gun caught in tho fenco as ho jumped, and went off, killing n young turkey, and filling tho Durham heifer in tho meadow nearly full of buckshot; whilo tho in hawk, alone calm and tho midst of tho tumult and confusion, sailed gracefully away with tho ono spring chicken ho had nil along inItobcrt J. tended to levy on. Harper's Magazine. d. Hur-detto, Tho republican campaign book fends political assessments, tho democratic book denounces them; tho republican book defends tho river nnd harbor job nnd liberal appropriations In general, tho democratic book oppo sea both. Jlut tho most Important diflcrenco is to bo found in tho tarifl discussions of tho two volumes. Tho republican text took defends high protective duties, tho democratic toxt book denounces tho present tariff and demands n much lower scalo of duties and n great enlargement of tho free list, as well ns freo ships. VAtHOIf . H WALLACE T. W. h W.B VAKNON, STANKOHD, KY, Offlc In Owiley A Hon'i new bulldlng-- up Ar KY. TjA.v, stain. II. 0. KAUFPMAN, A'XYl'OUN.BV At JJASW, LANCASTF.il, FOR THE NEXT GO DAYS Muter Commlutotier and County Attorney. Will practice In all the Courts of (larrard and adjoining coumlea and In I lie Court of Appeals. M'ROBERTS&STAGG WA L Stanford, 'rH 'm a 1t! H. C. RUPLEY, TAILOIt, Fall Winter e. Kentucky, d swnr PENNY & McALISTER, ball-roo- LTIMEIfc SC-- glr-e- JMttite iAflii GROCERS, St. Asaph BIocIs, Stanford. ( j TERMS MODERATE. lrlncll PENNY & McALISTER g PLANING MILLS! HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. the faLijiiBionNr h, ARCHITECT, 11 1 has-ke- Sprint-Too- th Afflicted, Attention battery,-committe- Itel-ntiv- er - -- one-quar- ter lr. lr. 1 lr. tai-mcr- ie Ir. et y iuiju, 30,-00- -- Kdu-cation K. B''J' M-- 1 1 -- A rS2JT- - r- A- - -- J plaining every thing very luminously and cheery "get up sis and fight It out; put on minutely. It wis a great treat to .Marie your clothes and come on deck and you and George, especially, all being so new to will lie as lively as a cricket in ten minII II them. Again, lime will not permit details utes," was repulsed as an Impertinence, and of this visit su delightfully entertaining to the poor head sank back on the pillow, the ICY. us. ""Franklin Kripuet Carlo Fulmrn" is cold sweatln beads non the forehead. the motto in has relief on the ornamented Sickness Is no nsme for it. It Is horror October 24, 1882 Tnosday Morning, front of the iioop deck. They take to unnsnuable nnd Indescribable. George al Latin in these public structures. lVrhaiM first fared littler than any of us The jolly the Knglisn would nut sound su well. In captain gave hrr the name of "Jie'1 and W. P. WALTON, EDITOR the Armory this Is thu motto "HI vis took quite a fancy to hrr By much perpara bo Hum," rather a diabolical suasion he got her to thruw on her clothes principle, now being acted upon In Kurope hastily and make a tight for it. She went ton cosotiRt, 5 until a war will b a relief to the uvcrtax-et- l on deck and stemed greatly better, hut ..HON, PHIL B THOMPSON, JR., millions, by putting them out of their towards night came back and In a little or HIICIR. misery ol constant exudation. O my soul while was as much subdued as any of us sickens ht the sight of these dreadful Im- Towards evening, Sunday, I mansged to Lied Ion, Nortmber "Hi. plements for human destruction. ''Come struggle on deck, hall dressed, and for the LORD Jesus, Come quickly" and turn the rest of the night lay on a sofa in the upier JSs- sword into u ploughshare, the spear to saloon, but miserable enough all night. niNcn it iccros that peoplo must reaping hook." Once I went out again lo sea Atlantic City, elial each other's Mood, wo inclino to 1 jet. blundered in my last In saying that equidistant between New York and Phili"(rnjFo llio way It was tlono In Knox-vHINOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Our amiable Senator, Robert Plain, is Norlolk and Portsmouth lie on adelphia, 00 miles from oich on the Jersey o few dajj ngo. General J. A. The County Judge of Anderson gel still confined to his house by sicknesi, banks of the James river. They are not coast. Then the aching back, the ugly but i. on rising ground. Bob's theory Is on the James al all but on tho Klizabcth, a "ugh. ugh ugh" and the cold aweat drench "Afibry and hia son bearing tho game only $300 ami the attorney $230. river running Into C'rieaeake bay, lower ing tho entire rsnn. What sweet relief An ire company auks $l,f10.D2 for Ice that it is a luxury to be sick provided the down than the James, Being nsleep when when we got inside Handy Hook; what a Mim bad long entertained an patient can fall Into tho hands of such our ship ran out of one and up the other, haven of repose was the cumiMrallvcly against Mnj. Thomas O'Connor, Airmailed Garfield during his illncxa while kindly and efficient nuncs as 'Lige Burn-sid- e and finding myself In a rirer when I awoke smooth New York harbor. At .1 a M , this In Washington. Whew I I just took fur granted that we were in the morning we were at the dock We went lo president of tho Mechanics' National and wife of the Myers Hoiie. Stumped envelope will be told to the James. Bui in (act wocaute to the James' the Grand Central depot at 7, ordeied a y Lank, lessee of the Tennessco A special term of the Hustonville public after January 1,18S3, at a reduction mouth and out into Hampton Roads where good square meal ol oysters broiled and court was held on Saturday, Judge Peyton afid a reputed of 10 per cent on the present price. a look a pilot and rau up the frlod, hot rolls, tea and coffee, ilow deli clou; surely never was food so sweet aa lien Mackay, the Infamotn murderer, on the bench. The first case, on the docket lo or 20 uuleit to Portsmouth, in ilmni Tho parties met no tho fairground tho was that of the Commonwealth vs, Jim ton Roads the Merrimack was sunk early that. day beforo when tho Mabrys pistol in who whs nent to the penitentiary for life, in tho late war. Fortress Monroe lies a And here wo are nt Norwich. Our road but who wan pardoned by Blackburn, died Itobinson,oneof the nation's wards for as- - little lower down commanding the ent lay through an almost continuous hands cursed and abused O'Connor, saull with wicked Intent on the body of rance to both tne rivers. This is on the villsge, so frequent were they. This rocky a day or two ago. who was" unarmed, and told him bo Iluvn JiiHt rccolvotl n cry Inr-R- Hlock or Senator Voorhees says the democrats Willis Anderson, another trophy of the "Western shore" ns it is called 15 miles hilly country, every Inch neatly cultivated had to die. O'Connor lemarked that will carry Indiana by 10,000 majority and late bloody conflict. Doc Carpenter was lower down (jjpes Charles on the h. and between the boundary, with neat field here Henry on the W. of the any was no place to sottlo tho troublo and will elect eight, if not nine' Congressmen on hand as prosecutor, while J. B. Dunlap Chesapeake Bay mark, the entrance Then-- , crop there, never larg, hut with Hie stone gathered UI" nnd made to Ibe ocean. n boulder appeared for the defense. The testimony that will do fur aUeugraphy lesson and is fence.. Thrift is the word; into you we tho beligcrants wero parted. Next out of the thirteen. I tell in the case showed that Jim was in his own dry enough for the general reader to skip, are bound to respect a who from the Matthew Connor and Patrick O'Con-nemorning Maury and his son walked at, got Into a quarrel on a castle through which Willis was passing Norfolk is rather uninteresting to look col- faithful tillage of such ruguetl soil, grow along tho street opposito O'Connor's rich and build such lovely villss and neat though a busy place. It swarms Willi scaffold of a new building at Auburn, A rivalry oxisted between the parties, Wilored people, who find employment in lad- cheerful villsge, as I saw Applis, Bank when tho latter camo out with a lis claiming a hoincilead In view of former GO feet, clappMaine, and fell a distance of ing vexsels. Richmond and Portsmouth a good crop, quinces splendid and more shot gun and filled Mnbry with buck- ed in each other' embrace. Both were In- employment at the place, and Jim relying also abound in freedmen, Lexington is than we ever saw in one day before: and on his relation to the family as husband of nothing lo either of these iilaces in the onions! I saw enough to set the world in shot, killing him instantly. Young stantly killed: large colored element, if I may judge tears. Who has not heard of Connecticut The jury In the case of Marie Frescott the cook. On this pica he ordered Willis from first appearances. Mabry returned (ho firo with his pistol onion-- ? Norwalk, New Haven, Bridge- againat President Tousoy, of the American to vacate and being met by a demurer A quantity of cotton, oysters in barrels, IKjit, New London, Norwich alt splendid sendig a bullet through tho region of filed a pistol as part of his plendings. The and sweet potatoes being taken aboard as cities. At Bridgeport saw P. T Barnum's O'Connor's heart, whojalso fell dead, News Company, rendered a verdict in favor women of the establishment Interposed and freight, we left on Norfolk wharf at G 1'. M. winter quarters for his great collection of of the plaintiO for $12,000. Misa l'rcncott not howover, until ho had riddled the is a Kentucky actress and the Xewa Compa separated the parties in time to prevent Saturday evening. Uj U we were abreast animnla n stupcndoiH affair. of Fortrcsi Monroe, and 10 we were Weare del ichteil with the "outlook" at body . of young Mabry with another ny slandered her. damage. Willis then got out a warrant breasting the waves of theat Atlantic, the Norwich. Bro. Tucker and his congregaload of buckshot. All threo werq The manufacturing of sewing machine for the arrest of Jim for tho misdemeanor. Cse Henry light vanishing astern. We tion gather warmly around us. At the e all dead in less than two minutes nnd must be a profitable business hdward To the surprise of many the jury brought noticed in Hampton Roads as we came first service we hid a good down, the lights of half a hundred coast around, while we sang The ice of formal, ithoro- - was anjend of it. All tho par Clark, the partner of Singer, and the Presi in a verdict of guilty, fixing Jim's punish era that had taken refuge from wind and ily is already broken and we trust the ment at $50 fine and imprisonment for CO sea outside. The wind was almost a sale LORD for a glorious meeting A splen ties killed, thero was of courso no ar dent of the Singer Sewing Machine Co., who died the other day, left an estate val- days, "and may Newland have mercy on from the 1'.. and we anticiiated a rough did church to preach In, a rordial,congenIal rests, no long drawn out trial to end ued at $25,000,000. your stomach." A jury was then Impan- lime oi it. ooon alter 10 vile tuddenlr preacher and congregation in sympathy. What more can I ask. in a bought acquittal and no costs to Al Kastman, Ga., Friday, four men eled to try Jim on the charge of concealed disappeared from deck, but the girls and I We are delightfully homed. Brother braved it out a while longer, really enjoytho State. It would ba well if all and one woman, all colored, were hanged deadly weopons. Not being able to ing the fresh breeze and the phosphorescent Tucker met us at the train, look care of such difficulties could end sosatisiac- - for complicity in tho riot which occurred prove that the pistol had been at anytime light on the waves looking as if the ocean nur baggnce and did the cotirlliie to perBut the fection. We felt at home in five minutes. at that place August C, at a camp meeting concealed, this case was dismissed. The were on tire on every wave-tip- . long letBut in which a young white man named James The next case against the inevitable Jerry long rolling billows told upon us at last, ter. my readers are tired of this our berths, & JiThe i uvYrage legislature is a fraud, Harvard, was killed. Hughes and Joe Lee, both of the chosen anil we slagitercd losoon nursing rapidly Pray for us dear friends, Goodnightl undressed and were fondly a delusion and a snaro. Kentucky's race, for a riot in which Joe, after having the suspicious tiu boxes mentioned in my who know how to pray. Kvrr In Jesus, A bill has been introduced in the Verlato conglomeration of imbecility mont House of Representatives fixing a been persistently followed up and abused last, so conveniently arranged to hook on Geo. O. Baunri. i passed a school law, which a Philadel penalty of $10 line forgiving a cigar or ci- by Jerry, delivered a stone against the the sides of our berths. Ah, me I The Bueklen't Arnica Salrt. misery of the next 24 hours. We were garette to a person under fifteen year of head of that citizen with such precision not the only sufferers. Nearly every pasThe Wit salrt In the worlj for Cuts, Bruises, phia lawyer couldn't for tho life of Soies, Rheum, Teller, hinmell whether it calls for a threo or age, and a petition was introduced asking and force as to leave him insensible on the senger on board Vfas very sea sick, and our ChappedUlrera, SaltChilblains, Peter Herts, all Skin Corns, and lUn.ll, field. Joseph was fined six from that seven dolthough paid for, a two cents tax and now wo hear prohibition of the sale or giving of tobacco lars and Jerry two dollars, or have been rationsnot talen. lime on, an Hi wind that Eruptions, and poeltltely cure pilot. It l were lt is to minors. i to fits entire sallibctlen or nrnney refunJ blows nobody good" says the old adage, that Tenueesee',8 meiiagan'o of incomFred Captain, a negro, confined in the thai explicit in order to show reason for and what was our loi was the Steamship ed. Trice ficeots per bos. Fur tale by Penny A petents failed In reapportioning the Cincinnati jail on the charge of murdering the prevalent opinion that Joe was pun- Co' a gain. Of tourse one muit faco this McAllster. Stale', to mention three of its counties A. W. Row, a prominent citizen, who was ished, not because he struck, but becaurc risk on this route. Cleneraliy the passage free of Cost is a delightful one, ours was exceptionally All persona within to teat Ilia merits ofa great al all.'which it is said may, if not cor- waylaid, assaulted and robbed'nexr' that he did not strike harder. I rough. Let me here say that the C. & O remedy one that will poalilta'y curt Contump- city two weeks ago, has confessed tliecrime, rected, vitiate tho title of evcrj Co. came up to the mark In every thing. lion, Coughs, Colds, Atthrua, llronthtlls, or any "PRAISE THE LORD." He implicates Harris, a feilow.prisnner No duplicity, no evasious, no fale repre affection of the Throat ami Lungs rt requested elected under it. A called NonwiOn, Cos., Oct. 10, 18S2. sentations. No unexpected difficulties in tocall at Penny A McAllattr't Drug who, he says, wanted him to do the deed. and Dtar Interior: session of the body is talked of to rem any way whatever. It is by far the most get a Trial Battle of Dr. King's Niw Mncotery My last closed with our arrival at delightful way to go to New York if one for Goniuuipllon, Iret cf eoet, which wlllihow PULASKI C0UI1TT. edy the, matter. Portsmouth, The city is no great curiosi- has time to make it a daylight trip. And you what a reipiUrdollar-slibuttle will tlo. Somerset. ty, but just the ordinary seaport. Plenty $18 is a marvel tf cheapness for such an ihle tho star route tbioves nt Our efficient County Cierk,j John's. of fishing odors, hillocks of oyster shells, amount of pleasant travel. Our shin the Wwhirigton'are1 exulting over their May, is all smiles. It's a girl.- nautical store in every direction, with "Old Dominion" is the oldest but steadiest SMALL FARM FOR SALE, escape from tho penitentiary even by Muncie Skating Rink has opened its grog shops galore. A handsome monu- iu a high sea of any of the line. She is 11! sido wheel, while her sisters Wyauoke and A well lmprote.1 MOUNTAIN the skin of their teeth, A. B. Cornell", season of '82-- 3 at Owens' Opera Hall. FARM, conlatn. ment of gray granite, near the post office Ouyandotte, are propellers. Capt. Walker of II (INK IIONIIIIEIIACItlX wlihiuotldwelllnt Hating nioteJ loNlcholutllle. I will sell hTAxmtt Btik nij- Farm, containing aU.ul who has been injiil at Leavenworth, Mr. A. Thomas has just completed a in honor of Confederate dead is as touch-fn- g the O.D. is a jovial.genial a Captain aa one houat anJ sit necessary oulbiilMIng and (Irchanf, In (larranl eountr. Kr.. six mllea from Crab Orch a thing of the kind as I ever saw. Kot can travel with. We sat at his table, and ard, very handsome LANCA8TER, residence on Mt. ONE KENTUCKY Kansas, under indictment for tho will be tuM cheap, on ear leruia, the own- a line of inscription on the noble shaft but nothing could be kinder than this courtesy eriiaiioiii loeoaaceinoiner buaiuesa. asApply on On thUnIUA HUnfoM ks about 3 wll "1801-18- 05" same offense, has" suffered so much Vernon avenue. irviu iinT ni, inr 'iiiri id a (umi itaiaoi cm- - ....... the words and at the base the journey through. The other officers the preinlaea or br letter to r. jiimsiNs, I'ltot'ititrroiu llrtlon.ill Id jtrriTpt a tout Auarrn; that to The young people of our city have de- just above the grass the words "Conteder- - are nice gentlemen. 8V2m m:o.II.IaATTK!V, CrabOrcfasrd, Kr. go mental torture that his jet black hair lnunl irtln, Itivbuuia It liiRtMl repair ami y cided to organize a Literary Society next nte dead. Weill We were very sick, we had Un uttered and unalterable soroat at m 7 iuoiui. tlaopantrx, woml houif, rWuin has turned to a pure white. At least week. They will hold their meetings in row that is only mocked by an attempt to trusted not to get sick and still we were, I a, aiuoknoui. A FIIIST - CLASS HOTEL new Lincoln Connty Farm For Sale! intuour, trn. turnkui. Irnaut- anointed the party in simple faith all that's wlint the nowspapers say, but Masonic Hall, and no doubt considerable carve it upon the rock. tiouac, Ac, and aa One fruit offer UfwifpOttti aa We drove to. the Navy Yard and won- around, and still we were sick. The sympanyone wantt: a')Fr. n, pcarti. ptumi, eher- - latter particular, Tbtalrona-eo- t the public gentle and couGding reader, whilo they interest will be manifested. I Oder r.ir salt nltattly my farm of 37 scree rlr, in derfully enjoyed the sights we witnessed toms were lesi aggravated after anointing, it. daiusauOavi, animl anr limix you tuar solicited, anl ullaractloa (usrintenl. 1)1 alj,h Eaalot water Rev. Bailey, of the M. K. Church, there. It is a little town enclosed on three noticeably so, but jet we suflVred crestlv ouhair 1 Klrer. iIlia mllea turnpike WUnfunl. within nll lor ooo lull from MatLatiillli Inahri, l of achwl- never lie they sometimes stretch the a new now belnccun. hou, mite of tallica sirucieu iroui Bianrunl lo rrrachentllle. Anei. from water mill. Vlrttlvy heoltujr j.lioo lor prcsched hia initial sermon here last week, aides witli a high brick wall the fourth even after it. Now, what of it? blanket ailittle more than is good for froiu the dwelling lo the pike the doctors iDlSveart never paid It doctora being the dock front along the river. Av 1. "There is no tlod to answer trustinz rellent lie had perhaps tho largest attendance that lluUdlnga art brltk and frame, with 10 rooms Milt. 1 refer foil to Mu. I M. UlUrtl, II. M. tho fabric. enues or neatly built brick houses hearts and outspread handa" sava Well walert-with One spring', aumeul them med- Untier, W (leatrr. also Ham Jo.iiiud. who has assembled sinco the departure of Rev. every variety of naval material, bear with poll. Of course we rrject Buerresor to Daujberlt A Holmes, ical water Iniprotminil. Including IItiboii lb Mare, aiul fboiuaa Melemlf, bUiitorU. the that. the fencing. 'Icnus liberal Address or call on Aildreaa TuRvJuilgo Advocato General has Oeo.O. Barnes In November last." JOII.V t KIT. of great men. "We were shownover names 2. "God k unkind not to answer prayer 47 N,t II A II COOU, Kjr. NTANI Oltlr. MILS. NUhoI.Mllle, KENTUCKY, Circuit Court, County Courtand Court the Armory by one of the Clerks, Mr. and truel" Bays Satan. I know the deso-lat- e decided that tho persistent refusal of filanlurd. Lincoln county Kr. feeling of disappointment in God. By or of Claims were alt in session here last McCoy, with the greatest courtesy. livery an army officer to pay his just debts possible variety of weapon in modern use, his grace 1 will never allow such a thought does not mako hint liablo to trial by week. This is a singular coincidence, it isKuuiereu in una uiiuuiog. ouoi, sneii agaiu. So "get thee behind me Satan," I ! being tiie first lime in the history of our cutlasses, pistols, rilles, boarding pikes, say on Slain .St., Nluiiioril, liy. Court-martiupon charges of con town that three courts were nil in session sword bayonets, and many other things a. "liut the 2d count God is good always, AUD tue lault Is In myaell" seems the duct unbecoming an officer nnd gen at one time. that 1 cannot enumerate, the awful uatlin only other alternative. That may be true, JOHNDINWIDDIE.PRO'K. COO ounce balls a minute gun, that but it is not comforting to nne who has tleman. Wo beg leave to protest Mr. Wm. Frazuro and family of this by turningthrows a crank at the side, or 1,000 a honestly trusted and lovingly prayed. So STANFORD, - KENTUCKY against such a decision. No honora- county, will leave this week for Kissimee minute if the crank is turned from the I rrject that, I have no right to torture OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 ble man will refuse to pay a just City, Florida. Mr. Win. Grave-"- of Grun end. Range l.OOOto l.COOyards. itmade myself with such a charge when there Is Hating purchased Ilawain'a nlabllaliiutnl, t ! kerprotiitantlr on me sick just to hear Its revolutions with no willful wrong done to conscience. wl.1 continue llio builr.rm 4th. debt if in his power, and his refusal dy hai been appointed Deputy Co. Clerk at empty cartridges dropping from it, like What then? It is this, while in general, band Fresh Holla, ljaf llrrad, Cake and a fu line 92.00 that place for the accommodation of the hail. Description is impossible, so dell- - "I am vile" Cuiiirillonrrlej, lo the right word, yet iu this, ofCtnllet. Fruits and other the public. 1 will to do so stnmp3 him as no gentleman is which Ilntltelhealleuliouor people there. Special Accommodation to Commercial cate and complicated is the machinery. I take comfort in the thought that I have also keep Fresh Flab and aerte and he ought to be outlawed. g The case of Mary Eads for the mur- The latest pattern of the Hotchkiss done what I could, and though not coming Travelers. cannon is marvel of beauty up to the not be OYSTKKS AT AIX IIOUKN. In the last 20 years the U. rj. gov- der of one Burton, was tried last week, and ingenuity, if any athing intended to and disheartened front of success, I need go on I but take courage and kill hate secured tbeacrticttbl Mr. Janit Feat as Baggage Tramferred Free of Charge resulted in a hung fury. The, jury stood men can be called "beautiful." Our next resolved to trust again and again and bet- clerk, who will altera be found reads to uilnlattr ernment has paid to pensioners of the 11 for acquittal and one for the death pen- visit was to the Monitor "Passaic," in ter each time until victory shall come all to your wanla. lm't forget that I alao keep the late war 8500,000,000 nnd instead of alty. Tho case was called again yesterday, for repair, but every thing perfectly dock along the line. "Why I hare recently taken charge of this home WAGONS "OF "ALL could not vt cast HOTEL, KINDS. and Intend to hvre Qnt-cla- u decreasing yearly by death of those and a venire of fifty men was summoned, and ready for inspection. We were him out" taid the descinlea in an unman accommodation!. Where excellent ran be had kindly We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, entitled to it, the figures are growing, out of which a jury was selected and the plained.shown over her and every tiling ex- ageable cose. "Thy kind goetb not out Ibt loweat rates. aicomniodstlona 11 AllltIN, lb J. T. Rerolvingturret.il inches, solid but thy prayer and fasting," he answeremploying ouly Brstlaat workmen and uilng Froprietor, OO 13AHTI only 75,000 having been added to tho num- case is being tried again. The prisoner is iron, thick, two prodigious guns.everythlng ed, These things work according to an ex material, and sell st reasonable flgurM-tlt- lc, GO WKH'l' ! workman. hip aud material conald- ber during the last fifca! year, making uow in the last stage of consumption, and living below water during the engagement act rule, known only to God. When we NOllTII ! HH, IrAIIUIIkHTY. I'll it is expedient that an early disposition nut the gunners nnd o nicer in charge, port come up to the standard, success always VIA LOUI8VILLE 291,000 elaims now pending. These iium proiecieu iroui a stray suoi, lue mo- follows. But that standard is not reached should be made of the case. The commuam tiik ment the gun is fired and withdrawn to at a bound. First, the blade; then the figures are startling, tho more so nity at large Join In hoping slio may be load, Aa, with which i will not weary you, car; then the full corn in the ear." Growth ") Tuxatusr UnrairrwEKT, & MISSISSIPPI R. W. when we consider that they are acquitted, vs our jail is not a suitable though intensely interesting to us, at the in grace, in faith, in knowledge, in every Of kick os CourraoLLiia ov TH a Cuuasscr, or ran- WasuinuTuK, UctoUr 4, IBS J. ) time. On the dock, where the Monitor thing. at tho rate of. thirty to fifty place for a woman in her condition. THE HOST DEtmtADLK UOUTE TO Hjr aatUCictort etIJeuco presented to myself not un to WiiKuKaa, unutraigowi, n nat been uaue w lay, I read this inscription: Commenced hen therefore. I find 3 DAILY TRAINS 3 She was acquitted. ran million dollars yearly. Dec. 1,1827, John Qulncy Adams, Presi- standard, I will not get into a pet with the appear that Hit dent, Samuel L Southard, Sc. of Navy. l.UItu, but Just go on patiently to grow LINCOLN COUNTY. g Editor Muri'iiy's reword for Finished 17th June, 1833, Andrew Jack-no- larger and stronger. I will not ctase to "First National Bank of Stanford,' Aud decidedly tht Popular Houle, aflordlng, as It Crab Orchard. THE EAriT AND KOIUII. does. Ilea ibaugea aud superior sccouuiodatlousio President, Levi Woodbury, Secretary lire because I do not eee every shot hil, but la tboclttof 8taniorJ. la tht county of Lincoln the ' Southern people has been a Mr. George King bought of Jno.Stig- - Navy." Our next visit was to a torpedo like a good soldier, go on and empty every and 8 att of Kentucky, liascompl til will all Hit Fret Parlor Care and New Isy Coaches Without long time but it has come at Minonri, Iowa, Kamai, Texas, 01 mt unit eg I roiMlotu or mt ChaUKt. all, a handsome buggy mare for ship, one of the unsuccessful experiments catridxe box at the devil as fast as lean States rUlreil toItetleea niaiuies I compiled asao. last. Ho has been appointed Super- the sum of $125. of one of our Admirals, it looked frnr- - load and fire. So in trusting. Kvery ap- clatloa aball bt authorised lo commence tbt'bual-nea- a Tht North, Northwest and West. la fact, If too. A 4 DAILY TRAINS uiplau a trip In any direction, tour lu lereat of banking: fully formidable to a landsman. The most parent failure is not necessarily reason intendent of the building of the new Now. therefore, I, Johu Jay Knox, Comptroller We ha-- o will lit beetacrttd by purihsalnc your tickets tla nothing to chronicle but terriGo cannon I ever saw, was mounted for self reproach. I do mr honesta best and K. U. and Cincinnati, UTralus ch war 2: Full nl Ibt Currency, do hereby certify that tht "Flrat Court-housTaUiiLs man Faltroiaia; t New Day Coaches, and e and at Frank- personal-)- and us our kind editor is partic. In the bow. its weight, marked on the that Is ail the LORD requires, though it National HankcfHtautoid.ln tlieUttof tStaufurd, haudeuuitljr furuitbed Itecllnlug Chair Cars loru In the rouutjr uf Liiicola and Hiato of Kentucky, If fort, with a handsomo salary. It beats ularly foml (?) of personals, we send them breech was 42.821. it throws n 3001b, may bu "below proof," keep growing and aulbortxed to commence tht bualnets of banking-- aa WK8T. AND TIIU tht uneu,ua!ed eu,uliuituts of ihli Old llallablt, ball, 15 inches in diameter. Besides this I shall be up to the mark. So protlded In lecllou nlty-othereby making a nip orer this lint out ol on their way. hundred and sliljr. the Danville Fostmastership all hoi-lofearful weapon it had a ram projecting the failure to cure sea sickness by prayer ulna or tht Itetlaedbtatuteaoltbt L'nlttd Btatea. eleeplug t'aia aud Day Coaches lo til. Umls Withcomfort aud pleasure. Try It, Among our sick people are Mrs. Perout Chaugt. In lealliuoiiy wbereol, witness luy hand and teal from the prow, tint looked as if it could and anointing, dots not cast me back any so ho and Mr. Linney can aflord day of October, 1832. TIME TABLE, IN F.FFEOT WAV II, 1111, ry King, Miss Lizzie Douglas and Mis pierce and link almost any thing that more than any other apparent failure, but this lib JOHN JAY KNOX, 2 2 DAILY TRAINS to bury the bloody hatchet and hug Sallio Harlan, the latter Is a guest of Miss iloata. It had three places to discharge only brings fresh couraue and nurnose. so (No. 2,783. BOOTH, Comptroller of tho C'urrtucy, "KoTT "KoTiT Loulnilllc to Iiitllanniiolln, Chicago, Ltt, liko long lost brothers. torpedoes through tuba thrust from Its long as I can keep my hand over my heart Kitty HjgKius. Cytington J. H. lfocKKB, Frealdent, a 15 p iu SIOpu IMiui I 'aO p tides and bow. We saw the torpedo mod- and my eye fixed on HIS, and say, LORD " Falmouth.. J W. JIcAlhtks, Caahler, " aNUTIIK NOllTII iu A party of twenty-twyoung Isdies els in the armory awful things. But it is a I did the A Knoxvillu vata whipped bis " Ljnthlaoa . . 10 M a m 5 'J7 ii u 7 40pm I knew how, O, how sweetJmin J. McKonxaTS, Ant. Caahler " Paris. a ns. . (,. and gentlemen went chestnut hunting last practical failure and will perhaps never be ly UK answers back; "I knew it my child, Chair Cars Through Dar Coaches and stepdaughter. because she wanted go to Arr. Ltalngton. ... II II p u 7 00 p til! Without Cliange. Saturday. They report a splendid lime used. The "Alarm" aa this vessel Is nam and am well pleased in you. You will Lte. I'stugtou ... i to p w I ou p m the circus, aud that night when tho and an abundance of Wlucncaier. p For WMkliliiajlun, llnlilinure, riillmlel- - Arr. Ut tjtetllug. i U p w 20 p u (at the ed, is nominally up for repair, apd practi- succeed next time, It may be. Be not fear " 10 in a 60 p m cally abandoned. A colored employe ful! lie of good courage. It is I." So old fellow went to sleep eho cut his stores In Urodhead.) iiiit, jiuvv suria itia uuaiuu, Ashlsnd J 20 p ushowed us over the crewlest, oflirerless we are, as dear old Bengol says, "on the " Huutlugtoii... in I IU a ni This It tht Very Best (touts, as You list No from ear to ear. The wound throat Miss Luella Bright and brother, of structure. same old terms," despite sea sickness. The Change or Train,. NOKlll. No, I. No. I. No. 6. is unbroken. PRAISE HIS is fatal and tho girl is in jail without Danville, are vUitlng Miss Llllle Buchan Next we went aboard the Matt Threagli Hat Cotibts ca All Tralaal Lte, Huntington., 0 io a in 1 S3 a in or htanioru, was lying at anchor in the stream abreast nf DKARNAMK FORKVF.lt. Ko we were 2 bail. Behold how great a fire a littlo an. Mr. Henry ureen, " Aahland.. 7 a the Navy Yard, and used as a training ship awfully sick for more than 21 hours. I can E. II. BUKNSIDE, " Mt. burling II in a u in town Sunday. Mr. J. 11. Hutching U Have Uq Midnight Cbangca I t for ollioers and men. It wasonce Admiral rejoice auew in the sweet words of iirnmUe. matter kludleth. A ' Wlnehtattr 13 20 i in 6 ll a in circus aud beautiful wife spent Sunday HI in the since that experience: "There shall lie no Tills Old s flagship when he circumnavigaArrlta at bt, Louis a Hours la Adraart or I Arr, Lexington.... i iaiiu 7 CO a in ticket would have saved it all and wo country. Woll - Known 2 00 p u 7 (O a iu ted the globe in her. More recently she more sea," Other I.I am. thereby securing wort tlm. .r L?' Hotol Still Maintains its would odvite parents to heed the awmaking change of can and getting flrat cbolrt Wife suffered mutt. "You will (uh ) Cyntblana... The men who were arrested on suspic- had her notoriety increased in a certain S SO p u 00 a in High " oi teaUlucarsofuouueitlng 4 u p in 10 lines. SO a hi a lu g ion of ful leesou. proved themselves In direction by brimriugover "Boss Tweed" a never catch me (ugh ) coming this (ugh.) Arr. Cutlngton .. 415pm 11 05 a lu tSOau 43 AND 41 route agaln,"was one among the many simprisoner, from .Europe, She is a flue )ocvqt. Our oitizetis are very sorry that gun steam frigate, trim and staunch for her ilar speeches. MAVnVILLE DIVISION. .r?'iniyinterit office, seekers aud they were Itt Proprietor it Determined that To Indlauapolla and Chicago, and tht only arrested,, but they thought at the kind, but will Marie was limn and wretched In the exbe used in o.lSLr. Ualngion mil Arr. it Shall be Second to no Country Hue gltlug lla atruns u ajw"n rids along others who thiuk they have business time that their susplclona were well war. aucu vessels perhaps never superceded treme, poor child, and then she had wished vl lie, 3 A ua. win J 2siS if0laving been Hotel in the State in iti Fare, tht ihorta ol Lalo Mithlgau, 15 I'.rla C so a tu. ' by the armored, floating castles of modern so much to see the grand old ocean "darkwith him, to know that Chet Arthur grounded, Appointmenti, or AttenN.u"M.,.tni.mnpu, v'ii'uVitm Died, Sunday morning, at the navel Architecture. A signal from our ly, deeply beautifully blue." Alas, had it tion to Comfort of after tjiree.tuonlhs or mora of juuket For Tickets. Hates. Time. Main. Al.. sunly lo of Mrs. Adaline llobbs, MorKiu Sin- carriage brought a wave of a red (lag on all come to this a r tin csn? their Quetti. Tlekrt Agent of C'oiiuecrliiK Linen, or TralnaNo. I andt run dallyi all othtrt lug around, is back at Washington, gleton, im of Mrs. Sarah Binirlttou. He board the ship, and a neat steam launch "Ugh' ugh, ugh; oh dear, oh dear." How adJreta ta.epl Bunday. rlwclal Itatet Kiulgranls. l'J, K. H. HMOWN Houtluru 1'sawr ger Agt wearing hfrprccious lifo away fur the was brljfht bay nf 10 Summers, and had soon transferred us from shore to the ves hateful the wry sight of the restless waves Maura or will be rttreied to ana Trout tht depot tickets, rales a. V.. Cor. Ilh and Mslu bla.,Loulatllle, Ujr, oounetilous, snd luforuistloii pertaining lo Hut charge, special serouiaodatloas to been a snflerer from heart disease for two sel. A young officer. Thompson br name becomes: how loathsome the odor of the free do, call ou or sddreas mero pittauco of $50,000 aud perqui yeaiH, which was the Commercial Trattlers. The Mar w III be W. II. bllATI UW. W. W. I'KAHODV, of his untimely was assigned to in as chaperons, and he stately steamer, how odious the sight of the . toalways asppllsd oiiise Ul""U,D' (Idi. 1'sas, Agt Otu. flill., tilth tho eaolcetl sites Jer annum. ilt--lh ' CUM. I. foveil look us froui (oop-decca plain 'h Kren the to Kcelcon, ex once trsada of Lbjaora aad CUara. llndnnall J. V. ELLIcON.Uia'JNaniit Scmi-MrII r liln nlcnoroiirnnI I STANFORD, - Huttonrillt. Tun Nelson Jlccordknrm that Hon." Glora Hill, of Lcbshon.will bo an imbj John Frost looked in on us on Friday pendent candik(o for Congress in the night and left his Impress on tender vegefourth District. Wo rather doubt tation. tho correctness of the report. Mr. G. C. Lyon and wife ure railed io Hill is too smart a man, not to learn mourn the death of their infant boy, which by tho experience of n distinguished occurred on Sunday evening. townsman of his. that tho independent The Hapllst church at Hunlonville is dodgo is not so popular in that neck to bo dedicated on the 2d Sunday (12th.) of November, iters. Baler and Lansing Louisvillo Devxoerat says that Burrows, D. I).,are expected to lake put Tub Stanford has 8250,000 bank capital. In the ceremonies. For tho information of an Inquiring, That's only tho stock of ono bank; tho other has 8200,000, making 8450,000, correspondent, I may state that Dr. Brown's and tho individual deposits in tho two malady proved to be a derangement of the stomach, not of the heart; consequently he amount to over 8400,000. Please will not try the nostrum of matrimony juat 41 JJ'AJL.JL pa-It- ANNOUNCEMENT :XSSX5.: o e CHENAULT, c Ioni-"Jcntwr- SEVERANCE & GO. AND y ll FALL WINTER DRY GOODS, ifcTOTionsrs, hand-shak- .. CLOTHING, SHOES, -BOOTS, Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c., &c. guar-ante- e This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. j FOIC NAI,:! UGG1XN JIOUS - two-stor- y HUNDRED ACRES ur-ii,ai-ino- ' ' ' rorn-rtl- b. H-- lf lo dlrt-ros- d Inr-er- WM. DAUGKERTY .. Dral-ela- Il CONFECTIONERY ST.ASAPHHOTEL Fine Carriages, Buggies, BAKERY! ... , 1 BOARD. PER DAY. breech-loadin- AND PHAETONS, ship-tdia- COMMERCIAL Dnt-cla- First National Bank. 0 01 un. La-TE- villi-fyin- Louisvillo to Cincinnati! CINCIMVAXI! wllliU-lbrta- o post-offic- Xioui.svlllu to St. HUt-eo- luau-rlo- o b-- u llliu liaiu - cliei-tnut- s MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. and Imputation, 11 . ei! IUi lllliu Propr. . fifty-cen- horse-rtealin- it i)i yj lltlla lllin IUiu llliu W' ll - '; IIUOwVaW' m. , . ' v 5T JV Swmmmmmm9 st Tuosday I'sissi-cr- .israroiir), icy. Morning, - Octobor 24, 1882 IOCAL TIME CARD. HaiUh... , LAN. " Itor " train North... i 10 M A.M. r. M L0CALNOTICCS. l'AiNTOof Penny A McAllMer. ANuTimt stock uf $ emauilileil grate it W. II. IllirKIn. Iluv jour mmunitlon of all kind from MoIloberU A fiU(tK. Nr.w "lock of Jewelrj ami Hllretware t Penny .V McAllster's. Watciikx, Clock and Jcwelrr repaired ami warranted l Penny A McAllster. Ham. lot of Zelgler'n Hlioe jiul receded and for Mia it J. II. AH. II. rJliaiikf. Staniiaiui Bheet Mimic Vocal ml for 10 cent at Penny A McAI-Isler- V 1,4 lid r. ilock of Window (lias, all Mies. Double, thick rUm for llower pit. Penny A McAllster. ie JtiuT recetted n new lotof cloak for ind children and a fine lot of Iol-tnin- a. J. II. A H. II. Hiiankm. Uhrat KtnucrioH In Mieet music: CO, 75 and $1 mimic now raid at 5 cent, uvat McKobert ular tlie and on good ar, PERSONAL. A I.ITTI.K Majstllle beauty ha our thank forcople of late paeriiof liercjlj. MimHalut. SiiKAitKit, of Hlchmond, UtisIiiiik Misse Motile and Alice Ilea- - Mil O. II. Waddle and Mr. Mahala Ham, of Boroerset, areonaYiall to the fauillf of Mr. J. M. Hall. Dii V. M.iil.AlH, of Williamsburg, wa In to Me us yrsterdsT. He say lila father, theBenttor, I much Improred. Mn.JAUEaaAKiuiii, of Frankfort, , and deuibter,llie handsome Mr.l)r.Clieat-hamof LoiiliTlUe.were vtllh their relatire, Mr. V. T. (Ireen, a few day. Mil. J. C.IIr.iut'r.ii(ir.ii, of Colorado, and V. H. Ilemperutr and wife, and W. A. Hoover, of Jessamine, are Tilling Mr. J. T. Land and oilier relatlrea near Huston-Titl- ' " Tltr. following lawyer are.altemllng Circuit Court. Clen. It. W. Duke, Judiie 1U J. IlrecklnridK. UutsTllle, O. II. Waddle, Homerset, Judge K. P. Jacob. Jame IJ. Dunlap and C. C. Fox, Dsnellle, Hon Qte m H. Hill, Ubaoon, and Oeorge Denny, Jr., I.anratler. Tub next Ooternor of Kentucky, Hon. M. II. Owpley, pawed up Saturday en route tu Iadon aud lUrboumlle, and will reHe I justfroui the 11th turn here and 3rd District where he made a num ber of eeche for the nominee, Wolfurd and Halsell, and rriwls the prospects of the election of both by good mjorilie, a rery promising. y. -- It If. Crow bought at Walter Hanley' lUnnrx Halt, new Cooperage, at A llrlghlV. aale Uosllia by lli Dukf of War field, dam FonBAM! -- A No. I Piano, In use but a Itosjllnd, Oth, for $216, and sold In Cincinnati, Siturday,a car bind of hogs at ahorl lime Addrexa Ibis ofTIcc. $8.05 per hundred. TlIK Celebrated IUggi! chain and .uctlon -- Ii P. Wood bought for It. B. A E. punixt for sale al W. T.Urren's. P. Woods, at T.J. MtOlbbcn'a tale of gj Shorthorns, Perl of Falrvlew 3d, for $275, FlFrY-oinow aulwcrlher were added sale I t la Maxurka to our list last week. Pralio the Lord and at Walter Hanley' of Chesterfield, for $170 and Prima Donna We still have room for a few more. 2d, for $210; Mil. Wint.RY ItoiTT take the cake on big GARRARD COUNTT. awtet jiotatoe. W e have on exhibition one Lancatter. of his raising, of the Iliirinuda variety, that Two barrels whisky were aold by the weighs 0 piiunds. If any one can beat I(, Sheriff Saturday, al $1 10 er gallon. lie can take both. From certain Indication there will be Tiikiik, is aooie disposition among the around a good crop of new mother'a-ln-layoung men to hunt partridge, believing Lancaster In a few weeks. that the right to do ao commenced on Oct. The fishing club met Saturday. If 20lh, hut they had better beware. The they had the usual" ''fisherman' luck"lheir last legislature cxlemled tho time to Nov. flsgs of truce must have been sheets of ice 1st and fixed the ienaltv at $U0 for each The young folks of the town have or- bird. gnnlteda musical society and cooking club y that "In to meet every two week at private house. TllR very truthfully Spring time young men' thought gently -J- no. W. A W.H Miller will begin turn to love" but this Ii the time of the shortly the erection of a brick building on year when tho young women' thought tho corner of Danville street and the pubtutu to marriage and her trousneati, and In lic square. The ground floor will be used as order to assist them in the selection of the a business houvj and the two upper floors will be divided into room suitable for latter we would call attention to the line of llhadauies, just opened at J. office. Hot. It. It. Noel ha bought of his W. Haydrn's. He laatso supplied with a brother, Henry, hi home for $2,500. Henbeautiful assortment of button and other has bought of C. C. Storma the trimmings, all of which are (linked down ry T. Noel Wm. Lusk property, now oicupicdbvll. to the lowest margin. C. KaufTman, for $1,000. W. M. Kerby Arrrit mat. We learn from Dr. Doorc report the sale of J. M. Doty on the 20th, that a party of masked men slopped Dr. a follow: 10 ewes al $5.40; 10 yearling Lewis in the road near Crab Orchard a lit- heifer at $21; corn In heaps, $1 70 per tle before day yesterday morning and made barrel; yoke of oxen, $100; mare and colt gelda iiitnnle examination to see if it was himtaken down at $350 and a self. hi prescription ing do. $150. He found by A loose tiger book which hid his name on It that he wa To C. 8. CAJirnELU on the not the man wanted and he was allowed to has been seen near the W. O. Bradley has depart, when he uiiniged to get around to Copper Creek pike the place at which I)r Djorei waa and In- returned from Colorado. It I hoped hi formed him that It would behest for him short stay in the West will havo the same nottogohooielilliUvllght. Dr. D. thinks effect on him that a few yesr in Kansas that it ia a ptrty of Cirrard men who wish had on Wall Esson, formerly Jailer of this to do him harm hut he warns theui of their county. Whin be went there he waa a red danger. hot republican. He came back a few week say reCincuiT Court. Owing to the tempora- ao just as hot a democrat. lie publicans are too common in Kansas. of Judge Owsley, the bar electry Miss Burgess, ot New York, la with ed Col. T. W. Varnon, Special Judge, Sam who dispatched the business In lit Mr. Granger at Judge Owley'. Walton and Mr. Ben Bnrdett have returnusual prompt manner. Commonwealth' in Mason Attorney, It. C. Warren, nude a very com- ed from a visit to their parent prehensive chargo to the following Orand county. MissBarkley, of Fayette county, F. O. Young. Juror: T. J. Itobinson, J. II. Minks, M. I visiting her sister, Mr. haa"been conV. Owens, It. It. (lentry, vVm. Paine, K. County Clerk Tom Wherrltt II. Ilronaugh.J.H. Owaley.J. II. Tucker, fined to his room several daya with sore Peter Carter, Harrison Dunn, Jacob Smith, eyes. Mr. W. O. Park left Monday, for famJ. S. Illedsoe, Klmer Hubble, Doc Haugb, her home at Irvine. Ben Slavin and Young. The follow- ily have returned from Texas to their old John Anderson, J. 8. ing petit juror were then sworn In : J. K. home near Paint Lick. McAl-lte- r 1 NEW FALL AND &C, AT WINTER STOCK DRY 6O0BS.N0TI0NS.6ENTSTtIEHISHIN6GO0DS,HATS,B00TS, SHOES, . 1 LYTLE'S. Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and Lan caster streets, Stanford, Ky. m ot BRUCE, WARREN & CO -- HAVE- ele-gt- THE LARGEST CLOTHING STOCK IN- - X ON EXHIBITION IKEitsrTTTOIKrX'". FROM W? toll-gal- e THIS DAY i ah-en- BUSINESS MANAGER'S DEPARTMENT. WcJTmaTters. No. IlUV 1 Steel Plow for $11!. at W. T. Green'.. your .flue tlllnif, hewer pipe, Ac, from W. II. HIiRin. - ArrLW In any quantity for cooking and eating at McAli.terA Ilrighta. ' A HANDSOME line of Ilronw Calicoes, '. the latest out, Just reoened at J. V. Hy-den- A uikok rariely of cook stores, heating stove and gralea just receiTed by A. Owsley. Ijw prices. purchased a $125 bicycle and will take hit sweetheart out riding behind htm thi afternoon. I'kof. IUxikiu ha a beautiful Mai. Katb DouUKitAtilia line of fell and winter milllnarr and Is dally replenihlnn her itock. Oo nnd see her. Wr are glad to letrn filial jMia Julia Hunt la all rixhl attain and that at Pittsburg taut week ahe did a gool business in "Florlnel." i Alex Steele, who l.aa been In Jill here for killing Daniel Strong In Clay for a year county, gave bail to the amount of $'.1,000 Friday and took tilt departure for hi mountain home. Canned Oooiw. We carry the largest and moot htlect atoek of canned good in the city, and are prepared to offer extra Inducement by doxen or cue. California good a specialty. McAllttcr A Iiright. KlU.Kl). Knglneer Oeorge Ilrowning' engine wa draed yeaterday, in honor of Engineer Ueorge Manot, who wa killed He ran over a cow nearShepherdiellle. which turned hi engine ow and wrecked ten car. Ill body waa terribly mangled. - later coming tht yeai than nmal, but it will be here In a few day and ao will an elegant lot of Cloaka and Dolman. J. W. Hajden, up with the time, will aaTe you money In thofe good If Tou giro Iilut a chance. SilAEffit, the photographer, who hai opened a gallery In the McKoberl Block, I now prepared to do all kind and aite of photographic work, cither coptei of old work or from life, (lood picture taken In any kind of weather, all work warranted Ort-clor no pay. Tim cold season I gare tho New Orleans Miiutrel iiiont entire aatiafaclion latt night and their many excellent feature were received with the greatest enlhualaim. It la a capital and company, composed of wrll.heliared centlemen. who deserve well The of the public Their gold baud ha no equal and the music It make Is melody lUelf. Mu. J. A. IUuuis returned a day or i.n urn from Frankfort, whitherV- he had for John - Urig lit, been to obtain a who waa locked up recently III Lexington, for being drunk and ex posing a plitol. Mr. Iiright claim that he wa drugged by a or he would never have been caught In audi a map. The Governor wa not at home else Mr. Harris would have biought baok the pardjti In lit clothe. ITe never fait to fee u re theui and we would advTSe those who have gotten in trouble or areMu danger of doing ao, to krep on the good aide of Mr. Harris. It will pay, a he weui to hue the car of the old Incoui petent at Frankfort. trnr OAHItAIU) Item. A fair crowd attended Court yesterday.About M0 cattle were on the -irn market, nearly all of which sold. Bidding JO Auct. I. M. wa brisk and trade active. Dunn sold "0 good yearling at $2.1.80, and S. a number of Inferior cattle ot 3 to 4 cents; mules at $35 to $150 and horse at $C5 to ford. wo u on Nothing important wa done In $125 Fortunes for Farmers and Mechanics. Court. Court of Claims Is now sitting Thousands vt dollars can bo saved lr using We Hesdan fly i damaging early wheat in the projier Judgment In taking care of the health of you are Bilious, havo Fat hog sell yourself and famllr. It vicinity of Bryantsville TX-IJdeWm. A. Hiatt sold to B. F. sallow complexion, poor appetite, low and not at 7 cents ROUE COUNTY. Carson, U. (1. Collier, 15. F. Kubanks, T. pressed spirits, and generally debilitated, do 1100-lb- . at 1 cents cattle Itobinson 20 delar a moment, but go at once and procure a bot And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive M. Pinnlngton, J. P. Liod, (1. M. Powell, Dan nil). J. II. West sold J7 cattle, to be delivered tle of thoao wonderful Electric Hitlers, whtih FUMEUAt. It. 8. Tucker, J. K. lUughman, Wm. Per- the patronage of the public in general. about 20th Nov., at 0 cents. Will weigh oeier tall to cure, and tint lor the trilling mm of liberal share erancc. (I. I). Hopper, J. M. Held, li F. Of Mr. Mary Carr, who died in Newport, fln cenls (Tribune. Sold by rrnnj A McAlltThere BTAffi20Dkv. tcr The between 1,000 and 1,700 then Respectfully, Oalnes, Wm. Hubble, It L. While, P. T. occurred in Danville on Monday is only one prisoner In Linoaster jiil, and Pollard, John U. Lynn, Samuel Dudderar, young men of Danvillo will give at James none In the workhouse. That one is BishSETT ADTKUTJSEHESTS. J. II Hunt, John Pepples, L. L. Diwson, Hall, on Friday night next, the op, an importation from Rockcastle SWELL DANCE Allerl Cuflry, Janicn Martin, David Scott 71(111 cnt Hhlngtes. Apply to ball. Abe Hiy, living on Scott's Fork, had his J li. Caldwell, Jr., Wajrneaburg, 31 Ky. and Wm. Mnreland. County Clerk John Of the season, the opening teg broken in two places and bis his foot Many of the witnesses and p irtiei con lllaln reported that he had received for tax by the falling of a horee HOGS. listing an ahundsnea of corn and mast, terribly fractured like to feed Hogs on shsres. Address on 168 tired, t'i mortgages, 102 seals, tav- cerned, aro in rror in regard to the time j on him Saturday. Hi leg had to be am- Walker Iiell, UtistonTille. ern, circus, Slate and other licenses, $77.1. set for the putated a little below the kneo. His recov-- AKE MOC1C Tr.IAl. Judge K. W, Ilrown, $13 21 for fine and Gov. McCreary made a ! is doubtful taxes on petitions, and Circuit Clerk J. P. At Stanford. The case will be called on ery and tho democfor Phil Thorap-wI haro sold oat my IULery and Confectionery Italley, $105.15 for fines, seals, petitions, the 13th day of the term, Monday, Novem- speech business In Stanford, snd would tale Hut Itiorff racy, which wa well received. all rsons Indebted to me would come forward and Ac. The grand jury failing to find an in- ber Clh, and not Oct. 30th, as generally unto this. An amateur troupe in Danville Mountain Echos. 1 took a trip over settle at once, l'leaso attendII. F. DAWSU.V. dictment against Helen Stigatl, colored, derstood the Knoxvillo extension as far as London whu ha been in jail for six month for is rehearsing an orciiETrA last week and although pressed with busistealing jewelry from Mr. Pulliam, ahe ! Has just received a Full line of be given at Jame Hall at an early date ness I took in a few observation along tho discharged. wa The trial of J. W. To Beds, Buunder the auspice of the Episcopalian lino. I was surprised to find such a pretty Between my houie, on tho Crab Orchard plko and Ouoch waa set for the Clh day of the term k Walnut Kltt. a conUlnlnz 8SO. man gone wrong, and pleasant town a London, In the moun- There were seieu$10 bills and two S3 bill. A lib for the I3lh day, aud Mock and Faulkner' eral rewsnl will be paid for Ita return to tue. HUlNF.n BY (UMDMNtl. IIK.S' ItlClIAIlll.HON.Col'd, tains. It is situated in a little valley, Nor. Clh. Harrison Hocker wis fined $25 was sold Ulcbmond J unction Or J, P. Doty.aame office. Joseph Nilltng, the about half a mile wide and nearly level. I Wm. Holland for violafor KtlKluxlng. &c. Saturdsy, his entire out bv the sherifion am told that more business is done there tion of whisky law wa fined $20 in four I also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and stock going to aatisfy the debt of a Cincin- than perhaps in any town of it size in the cases and dismissed in three. Clay Pow Caskets. I sell at figures that can not he beaten. Call and see me. nati firm. Nilltng Is a quiet State. The population Is estimated at 400 ell, same fine and same dismissals for Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. fellow and was auccessful at both his trades to 500. Ono of the best features of the The atockholders of tho Cincinnati, Green Klver same offense. James HoldauiMlling Hip when be first came to Danville: but he place Is that no Is to be founi' In A NaahTllle llallroad Co. are herebt notified that uor to minor $50 and $20 each in two ca there srlllbs a meeting of the stockholder of said o little too long at the table autocrfts Company st the Arrlngton Hotel In Corington, It, and consequently no re for keeping tipllng house. Adjourned satiusl the XXd 9IIOKT IIOUNS. which was Ky.,on elrctlou of ilav ofXtireuihev, lHHt, The and loafer. a llosril of 1)1 ret tori snd for the for the at Mr.Thos. Mcltoberls bought of Meglbbeu, built and donated to the county by old trsnticlion of other bailneis. i:. ZIJlMliKMAN.rrosldfiit. DEATHS. two cow and a calf General Jackson, who la now four score of Harrison county, fever, all descendant of Imp, Frantic. For one vear and ten or more and who still lives Taiwan r. Of I near Lincuter, Texas, Oct. lillh, Mrs. Sa- cow 8 year old and calf two weeks old, in London, Is by no means a modern strucUas Just Oponod a Flno Stock of rah Kllen Tarrant, wife of Eiathani Tar. he paid $2'J0; for the other, 5 yeais old, ture, but I substantial and large enough Stolen, Ironi Crib Orchard, on the night ot the a native of $X).... -- There is a stir on the deep, the gos- for all practical purposes. The Heformers Kth of October, a Fine Jlare, 4 yeara old, rant, aged !I0 year. She w Casey county, Ky., and leave a husband sipy deep. Danville society, which means are now the only denomination which has about ISJ handa high, Tery dark bay. no whitest all.beaT" blscktnsnesnd till and qul'esttrncttis and two small children to mourn her Iojm. those thst will talk, la exercised over a re- - a house of worship, but tho Methodists are underssddle. 1 will pay Ihe iboTe reward for her Consisting of Kev. J. M. UltUCK, ported case of I called on Mr. rsturntoiue. 1 Stanford, Kentucky. preparing to build one . RELIGIOUS. inner! K.NATION. A. H. Drclie, editor of the Maintain AeAo, Tho Southern Presbyterian Synod will A young white man well connected, and the cleverest republicans I know. Mrs. Kate Dudderar, la reported to have one af who shall bo nameleas, meet nextyear at Harrodrburg, Oct. 2d. Lancaster atreet, He is making a good paper for his side of Stuuford, Kentucky, A protracted meeting will commence eloped with a mulattress and it Is currently The track of the extension Is the house recelilngnew snd beiutlful Millinery at the Baptist Church about the middle of reported that they were married at Cincinwith heavy ties and steel rail and as Is dally erery description eery thing of the latUooda of nati, in fact they say (and that is as near laid next month. anyand no lady who far as London, Is considerably smoother est ttylet,her line should bit Intendson buyingl'rlua her. thing lu tocall Also, a Nloo Lino of I!I!ion Itobtrt Paine, of the Methodist as any body can come to the truth) that of the old road. The sslowa, thaloweiL She Is thauktul lor patt than that Mollis hopes tor their church, South, died at Aberdeen, Miss., on the bride telegraphed that she was a wife miles of Wil- Myers has chaige ot the continuance. Mrs.departare within threo or four and would return to Danville a Mr. the 20th. He wa over 80 year of age. liamsburg, which Is about 30 miles beyond ment, which In sufficient gusraute that her cusIt. Caldwell will preach as the above "nameless." Ills not denied London, and trains will be running to that tomers will find nocauMtor complaint. Itev.K. I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Bost Goods in tho Market, to be next Saturday night that the two left together and were neen toIlrlghl'a School-houssold at Bottom Frioos. Call and ozamlno. Pitman, three miles place before long and also the 5th Sunday following at 11 gether in the city, but that they are really W- this sido of London, is the busiest little man and wife, remains to le developed o'clock. are the , the place I ever saw, There Saturday night at the Iter. J. O. Cold well, of Tennessee, has On of the laurel, Peacock and PitfcC. STOCK, consented to supply New Prorldeuce Church citizens held a d the first Coal Companies; man ItAILIIOAUHEETISa enter upon the work for one year, and will I will oBVr al public aale at hit firm, on the Stanof Lincoln, the second of Maditho queit!on of giv ford and MlllodgeTlilo pike, on about the first of November. Harrods-bur- Tu consider ing Ac, to Hie manager of son and the third of Boyle county capital- TVESDAY, Enterprise. XortiJIttKIt 14, tHH, Dr. Standlford, ists. I had only a short time to spend There will be a Sacramental mtetlng the Louisville Southern. tin hundred DEALEIt IN can make no extended Thru or four of llsy, 28shocks of Cora tn Cowsfield, Judge Hoke and Isaac there; consequently and young fat llogi, or 10 atscks at McKinney on the 6th Sabbath In Oct, Bennett Young, Cattle, sous good Calin, S or 6 fancy Caldwell, of Louisville, ami J. W. Proctor mention of It. Will s'mother time Wagon, vu ruckswsy, yesrllugi, a good at 11 A. M. Preparatory service on SaturJudge Durham, on tho part of Dan- East Bernstadt Is doillned to be a consider l'lowi, llaruew, near, Ac . ono llucktya Mower, day at 11 a.m. Iter. I. S. McKlroy will and turnpike stock, so called be- 10 abares of Stanford AMllfedgsvllle Sals commences ville, made the speeches. A resolution was able place. This station is som Household aud l'urniture. assist Ilv. J. E. Triplett In the meeting. adopted to grant to the road cause It t the nearest one to and Esst of at ID o'clock, when terms will be bIyju. presented and Niior.N, uaaiLi. niauu. the'rlgbt-of-way- , LAND, STOCK AND CROP. depot grounds and termi Bernstadt, the settlement of Germans, (Dy are (old that these Joe A. Cohen bought of Leo Hayden nal facilities. There seems to be no doubt the way I'm ! considerably worse off than when they d that Danville will get the road. Dr. cattle at 5 cents. 20 head 1,350-lb- . of their to be the best road la the came and are getting pretty tired say it Dr. Hand bought a fine buggy llcv. CORN PerNntlrali hereby drill tbst the undsrslsusd torm-e- United States with the exception of the purchase.) Our countyinen, Owsley A Far horse of K. C Smith, of. Mercer, for $150, hue asioclated thriutelics of th lluatou- d rls, are doing a thriving bnslness there, A toot oorijurslloa under th nam together aud II. Q. Pennington sold to Dr. Osrsley a Pennsylvania Central. a splendid freight and passenger depot, one of illlo Mill Company " 'in names or im coriwrs horse for $10 and bought of John Bracket tors aro st hereto subKribed. Th Wlnclpil placo THE INTERIOR JOURNAL CORN SHOW, the best on the Kuoxvllla Branch, baa just of bullosas of tab! corporation It lu llutlonrllle. one for $76. EVAP0BAT0RS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, t, Uncoln county, Ky. Th builneas of thtcoipora-tlo- u Our corn show will occur on the Oth of been finished....- -! sjient a night at la l carry ou a Flouring Mill, run by ateani, Heal Estate agent, Francis A Miller one of the own- anil do all buainvsa geueriuy uuuv with Charlie Nleld, uiu ui.. u farm of t acres November, couuty court day, and premihave sold John Cowan' It who showed Tbs capital stock oneeight thouuud dollars, hundred dollars each, um will be awarded as follows; Best 12 er of Altaniont Coal Mines, thirst of near Tnruersille for $3,000. luttall-,i.n- i, thereof paid aud residue to b std lu worka. This company hasn't yelbest me over tht ,.r,tnt irttJii!ir!0 Mr cent, ot th residue. McMihan, Oreen A Powell, railroad ear while corn, and 2d bcslwhlte; QUEENSWAItB, GLABSWAKE, shipped any coat yet and will not for a ou csllel th Hoard of lllmlors snd after st lent contractors, bought last week of partlee In low, 2d best yellow; best mixed, 2J best twenty dsjs ootlc lo tu stockholders, failure ot 2d best bread corn; month or so, but I making most substan- nolle tutiuckboldert lobs no sicum to a stock. Bourbon, 10 extra work mule at $150 per mixed; best bread corn. duly nollanl. Tbs cotporstlou Is tucom-ueu- c making eight premiums in all. For first tial preparations. Tho track, which are holder ou ths ltt diy uf Iktober, litl, aud continhead. year from thit date. Th y 'Squire John Bailey brought In a atalk premiums we will give the laid entirely with Iron rails, are smooth ue for twenty-Br..f Hi r..,iM.rallan will Im couduclod by ssreii Comont, &o. Also grass 8J feet long. He did not Interior Jouiikai. and two other papers, aud level aud the tunnel approaches are Director!, who ire tuippolnl ousof their number e of of their show what and for second premiums' tho same paper substantially timbered. The company ha I'reaideut aud Treasurer, and on Directors number, propose for us to cat It, but to Is lobu becrelsry, aud su eltctlou for hi land is capable of producing. nod one other. Among the patter to be se already built 25 or 30 very comfortable held each year at lbslu prluclual plus ot butlneu, Korembcr, eicept tbu tint ou th nr.t Mouday houses for employes, stores, office, Ac, and electlou for Ulreclori, which It lo bs held on th Joo A. Cohen, of this county, pur- lected from are the Weekly Qjuritr-JvurnAnd tho 5, of Tho , chased last week of Dsriu I lack ley, of Auieriaxn Agricultarat'ut, Omntry QaUltnum, Intend building 75 more. Xhe place ts glildayofOclober, liit. ouullug-eut-highest amounttho lo which Indebtedoeat, direct or Anderson county, 3081 CIM for H600 suy tlm Home Journal Ac laid off Into streets and already presents corportllou msy al Pr.YitM b subjected Is lout i.roiiertv ut Ibo stock- cash. It la one of the best improved farms Weekly N. Y. i'un, Vurmtn ii. ....I .li.ll.1. Coal of the best hold MS Is snd Is to bs exempt from lb debit of The entries will be numbered and judge the appearance of a town. In that vicinity. have an equal. Roofing, Gattw- Nono claim a better Flow, bat hope-tand easy of access. tsld curporsllon, luiszitiuay ui uiiojei, ihi, Mr. David Scott left at this cilice yes. chosen by those Interested. Nothing less kind ! very abundant J. K. UAUnUMAN W. V. GAUI'ENTKU. log, c, done on snort nonce. terdsy a'hslf dozen potatoes of the Peer less than twelve ears ire entered. Brlug along I heard Thompson and Ewell speak at JACOll UU4TT, T.'JJIUOuINeliN, variety, which weigh a half pound each T. M. JOHNSTON. Ml. Vernon. A considerable crowd turned Salon mon. W. Kl rB.I M. W. IWHK, seed planted In Au- your sample and make the thing as inter and are the product of DAVID BKINNEK, out. In uiv opinion Ewell waa consldira- eating as ioasible. In the Spriug, gust from' those grown bly "chawcd"on most of his "propositions." I am greatly oblidged to Wink Alcorn H. B. agi ii. at Lindon and W. II. Martin, for a while a typo in this office, and Mr. Geo. Firri. nf Etsl BcrnsUdt, for kindly assisting me; and to Mr. Jas. Marel, agent at Jit, Vernon, for favors. O, that we had as accommodating agent at Stan- ffisf WWf, E safes!1! SITIAIBIIilEU OO.AJL. TJR,A.XE:5 all Having uouglit out II. Bniigliinan, we will keep hand nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which will let at reasonable rates. Will also hoard Horses arc also in by tho day or week. a of 1 A. T. NUKJSfEt,liE5T, full-dre- J 8ALK.-100.- 0O0 87-- B. K. WEAREN, Im portant X.. C 88-- MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. ST pocket-boo- Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap chutcb...-Anotheryou- ng cigar-make- Kl-- lt reaus, Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner Brackets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, good-hearte- Stockholders Meeting. bar-roo- bar-roo- Court-Hous- 5. 8D-- typho-maUrl- $50 RE WARP E. P. OWSLEY BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, track-lay-er- a Msntul-Makln- g GARPETS.OIL GIsOTHS&TRUNES TIM HIGGINS. Salesman. 1 89-- lf e head-tptiart- PUBLIC SALE CROP, court-home- com-pwe- right-of-wa- y W Mm TflM f3TMSl iioitsi: kiioi: nailn, SHELTERS, Shelf Hardware, Iron, vi-- noitsi: Stan-dilor- 1 NOTICE Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, SHAFTS, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, dltld-odlnt- ous-bs- lf Sfmi-Wkekl- a lr. Stoves.Tmware( Fruit Jars Groceries, fcSalfc, Lime, THE CHAMPIOMT OX.NVIN13 Fox-tal- al, STEEL FLOW, oravEit cieim.:ei rxow. o u - Stf-- . if- t - ITOR 9 ScniMKNcchli! to Jinr.r Inttriorloiinml nr.tnnsttxnn r.atir.r. itzn is Tim plao-in- g una ah a. vows jwatji. Blattmrnt STAlSTFOIir), ICY. Tnosday Morning, - Uctolior 24, 1882 the fa it, vim or scmxcu. A HmtSIng Crlllflim by Unit Hamilton. (From the Korlb American Ilertew. i ri, i '' i NcTcr ngnin let tills generation, at leant, hear ono whimper from scioneo against religion. In llio long vrarfaro religion Iim often clioscn her ground with stupidity, selected her weapons with ignorance, and wielded her forces with passionate feebleness; but sho never made so pitiful a display and sotntilo a uso of her resources as scioneo mado over tho death-be- d of President Garfield. When tho question is of nobulre, of atoms, of tho rock's growth and tho earth's ago, of tho spirit's substance, of lifo's origin, of tho inflnito iu space, tho in time, tho unknotrablo in eternity scienco has it all her own way. Wo cannot bridgo tho chasm between mind and matter. No man hath seen God at any tituo to proro Him tho Creator. From tho gravo no being has arisen to our oyes, and from tho stars no voico comes to our cars to dispnlo whatever tho wiso mon may say. But hero was solid ground tor scienco to stind on and demonstrate her power. Slio had nothing to do with tho remote, with tho post, with abstractions. Bcforo her eyes, under her hand, lay a human soul in Boro strait a human lifo hunted into tho valley of tho shadow o! death, longing to como out again into tho o of tho fair and open day. Tho wholo nation, tho wholo world shared in tho longing. "Whatever lovo and wealth .could proffer was ready to tho hand of sun-shin- Dr. John J. Moran, of Falls Church, looking into Ids faco with a tender earn- Fairfax county, Vn., who was resident University estness that showed tho truo womanliness physician at Washington of her nature; "it is better, farlxstter Hospital (now tho Church Homo and for lioth of as that wo should part for- Infirmary), on North Broadway, from ever," but as sho soko tho hot tears of March, 1819, to October, 1855, TisUcd pain" welled up into her beautiful brown tho institution for tho first timo sinco tho eyes thoso eyes that had witched with dissolution of his official connection their bright glances and dreamy tender-nos- s therewith Dr. Moron pointed out tho so many men and with a littlo room occupied by Edgar Allan Poo, and sob of pain Lillian's head was bowed related tho circumstances of his death, her shapely white hand in his, and upon Gcorgo W. Simpson's shoulder in an ecstasy of grief. limit "Couldn't you put a on your bill, darling?" asked tho young man, bending gently over tho littlo head that was pillowed so trustingly just uncertainly ought to der his left car ; havo as good a chanco as a Chinaman." A low moan of pain and a convulsivo shako of tho littlo head was tho only response. But Gcorgo was not to bo denied so cosily. "Can I not havo ono horns?" ho said, " ono littlo nickel-platehopo ?" Lillian lifted her head and looked at him steadily. "Ferhaps," sho said, in cold, Baffin's bay tones, "you would drop if a houso fell on you, but I n to doubt Know then, sinco you will havo it, that under no circumstances can I over accept your proffered lovo, for I am n packer's daughter, and packers' daughters como high" this with a haughty oxprcssion that lower-cas- o typo cannot convoy. Gcorgo W. Simpson saw at onco that this proud beauty had been making a plaything of his lovo. Tho revelation was a terriblo one, but ho boro it bravely. "Very well," ho said, in lmsky, tones. "You havo stamped with tho iron heel of scorn upon tho tender violet of my budding love, but somo day, when your children littlo winsomo brats with sunny smiles and an assortment of colic that will keep you up three nights every week are climbing upon your kneo until you aro in danger of becoming you will perhaps remember, with a tingo of sadness in tho recollection, how you toyed with tho lovo of a loyal, trusting Cook county heart, and throw forever over o young and liappy lifo tlio black pall of a disappointed hopo and crushed ambition. I havo seen tho roses of my lovo wither and waste away until they Ho shriveled and blighted by tho dusty roadsido of lifo, and you con bet that I feel pretty tough about I havo seen my beautiful and stately ship of Hope, with its tall, shapely masts and towering wings of snowy canvas, that sailed away so buoyantly and bravely over tho shimmering sea not many months ago, como back to mo a shapeless wreck tho tapering spars that wcro so whito and clean now jagged and broken, and to them clinging tho dark seaweeds, whilo of tho sails that rivaled tho clouds in fleecy purity there remain only blackened shreds that flap dismally n tho moaning wind, whoso voico seems to sound tho requiem and dirge of my dead and buried lovo. I havo got tho boss wreck, and don't you forget it" Lilian looked at him steadily for n moment "Do you mean theso words you havo spoken, Gcorgo ?" sho asked. " You can bet yoar lifo I do," ho "answered, in low, passionate tones. " And do you really lovo mono dearton-ye- ar "Mnst I really go, sweetheart?" "yes," replied Lillian SfcGniro, Attend! Hint In till JtH f fit llonpllal rhylttnn Wh JfMrjB (From tho ItalUmora Ran. "I 10-ce- nt bo-gi- it Bcicnco. Everything that gratitudo coul(linspiro, everything that ambition could desire, lay in wait to roward tho man who should conduct tho august sufferer back through tho gates of Wo. And "Bcicnco accepted tho trust manfully. Tho most celebrated and tho 'most . accomplished brought to that . darkened chamber their highest knowledge with over rcnowed and unwearying effort Tho railroad and tho telegraph wcro put under their control. No cost hindered any experiment or curtailed any card Tho nation stood behind, not only permitting, but urging every expenditure of brains and monoy, to tlio'samo end, urgod their own patriotism and humanity. Day and night thoy ceased not to work and watch, and tho result was failure, thorough, undisputed failure failure so minute and complete that only its terriblo gravity kept it from being ridiculous, and not oven its terriblo ' gravity could keep it from being groab-lu- to, which occurred Oct 7, 1819. Tho doctor states that on tho Cth of October, about 0 a. m., Mr. Poo was brought to tho hospital in a hack driven by an Irishman, who stated that ho had found his poflscngcr on Light street wharf. In reply to on inquiry whether the gcntlo-ma- n was intoxicated, tho hackman stated that there was no smell of liquor about him, and that ho had lifted him into tho carringo hko a child. Dr. Moran did not rccognizo his patient until tho hackman presented n card bearing Poo's name. Mr. Poo was unconscious and very pale. Ho was placed in tho third-storroom of tho turret, at tho southwest corner of n tho building, about feet in size. A nurso was stationed at tho door, with instructions to call Dr. Moran when tho patient awoko, which occurred in twenty minutes. Tho doctor, being much interested in his patient, went immediately to his side A glanco sufficed to show that Mr. Poo was extremely ill, and ho was so informed. In reply to a question ho said ho did know how long ho had been Bick, and could givo no account of himself. Ho was much surprised when informed that ho was in a hospital Ho stated that ho had stepped at a hotel on Pratt street, where a trunk containing his papers and manuscripts had been left Tlio trunk was sent for, but tho owner mado no further reference y soven-by-ie- to knee-sprun- g, it tesque Bcicnco can spin tho world back her thumb and finger a billion .ycars.jind wo go spinning with it be cause wo cannot help ourselves. Science can locate tho soul in tho grayish matter of tho brain, ami we submit becauso cannot dig deeper than that grayish matter, to search for a deeper soul. Cut when scienco comes into a practical realm, where wo can provo or disprovo her accuracy, her keenest scent for truth, her finest touch of skill is to gropo till tho man is dead and then find the" bullet in a l. Nescience' coulddo that. What availed scioneo to Garfield? Sho never treated or touched tho wound which tho bullet mado and which sho was summoned to heal. Sho we wash-bow- tot from tho fourth-storwindow. 0, Tho other lady convinced hor husof tho stars I band that ho had wronged her by entera Aruxuit vwiuntu taining any suspicious us to her fidelity, Trained pugs now sit at milady's win- and, becomiug reconciled with him, dow with a bow of bright-colore-d ribseized an early opportunity of poisoning bon at their necks, and it is easy to too him. 7. Inasmuch as the jurors of that tfcstrUioy regard themselves as a very, 'superior kind of dog. While you gazo country had nover heard of at tho petted beast you have also a tlio Chief Magiscluuico totadmiro tho fluo design of trate thought that ho could put u murnTil'uJy's laco curtains, which, as a derer to better uses than not guillotining Jter of pourso, originally belonged to tho him, tho guilty woman was duly decapEmpress Eugenie, and " wero picked up itated, uud the solo survivors of tho while wo wero in Europe last summer, " tragedy wero tho philosopher and tho Aejiir York miU ilea. you 'eati only "boo tho fatut glimmer jblolput'Uiosuu Sho mado ly?" never even found it " Well, I should gasp," was tho ro two ghastly wounds herself, and for eighty days" sho clawed at them. Tho ply, a pearly tear glistening in Georgo's .bullet which the surgeons could not off eye. "Then," said Lillian, twining her flad 'nature carefully encysted. Tho which thoy never touched arms about his nock, "I will roost on d your kneo next Tuesday ovening us usnature safely and silently healed. ,Surgical science is reduced to tho pit- ual. Papa would nover forgivo mo if I iful claim that she alono kopt Garfield let a man who can talk liko that go out nlivo for eighty days. This is a suicidal of tho family." Chlcaqo Tribune to tlio unprovable. Itout-pdjj- ji thk rmi.usoi'itiiji Axn tub i'lka the tangiblo field of fact, sho flees This id tho tnlo of tho philosopher and to tho cloud-lan- d of speculation, and tho flea : again throws up iutrenchments. 1. Tho former, having been bitten by Nescicnco lias precisely 'tho samo tho latter, scizod and was about to disfright itnd tho samo reason to speculate ; patch his foe, when ho refloctod that tho tako a man in perfect health, and givo tttlo insect had only acted from instinct, him into tho control of surgeons, unnd was not to be blamed. Accordingly bounded, and let them maka two such to deposited tho flea on tho back of a wounds as Garfield suffered at his sur- pissing dog. v geons' bauds, and let them boro into 2. This dog was tho poodlo of a lady, thosor wounds ovory day as Garfield's and sho was vory fond of tho pretty ani"wounds were bored into sometimes mal. On his return to tho houso his ' 'ith'iteven different catheters of differinistrcas took him upon her lap to caress ent sizes at a singlo dressing and let him, and tho flea embraced his opportu-o'.- v them food tho man na Garfield was fed, to chango his inhabit and furnlsh'him with tho malarious air 8. Tho lieu, having iu tho conrKoof tho thitf Garfield breathed, and sequester inght engaged in active business operahim as Grfield was Boqucstcrod, and not tions, awakened tho lady. Her husband (sSojmmhx 10.000 would survivothd vs sleeping peacefully besido her, and liorroroi it'for eighty days m tho silence of tho chamber sho heard Savons, how daro you, in your limit-lo- ss I'm. in his dreams whhipcr, with an acignorauco and impotence, tamper cent of ineffable tenderness, a uamol with pur.hopo of immortality? You are Tho name was that of her most intimate as .unable as tho clown or tho clod to femalo friend discover tho secret of physical lifo. With i. As soon as it was day, tho outragod what shadow of reason sliall you presume wife hurried to tho houso of her rival, to annihilate spiritual lifo becauso its so- and told tho rival's hiubaud of tho big, 'pliulos you? Tho coirsest fanatic big discovery b!io had mado. Ho, who can seo God only on n tipping-tablbeing a man of decision, at onco called does not display so monumontal'n out tho destroyer of his household's pcoco fatuity as you, who cau only touch inor- and run him through. tlitywjth your elbows, and would ab- - 5. Tho widow, when her hnsband was negate immortality becauso you cannot taken homo to her upon tho medium of clutch it ia your flits. Oroping for a shutter, was so terribly smitteu with truth at tho bottom of a well you would romorso tliat sho precipitated herself from tho heuvans, ballot-woun11 Dr. Moran. proceeded to maka a diagnosis of tlio caso. Tlio patient was very weak, but there was no tremor of tho limbs, no agitation of tho body, no smell of liquor on tho breath or person, nor any symptom of intoxication. Owing to tho weak condition of tlio patient, Dr. Moran decided to administer n stimu lant, and bo informed him. Mr. Poo said : " If I thought its potency would transport mo to tho clysian bowers of tho undiscovered spirit world, I would not touch it" Dr. Moran then proposed on anodyno, when Mr. Poo rejoined: "Twin sister to tho doomed and crazed in perdition.'' Mr. Poo continued to convcrso most de- spondingly, but was roliovod by short intervals of sleep. As his body grow weaker his mind retained its force, and his conscious moments wcro marked by vivid flashes of his charnctcristicgenuis. Noar the end Mr. Poo becamo as gcntlo as a child. Ho died an hour past midnight, sixteen hours after his arrival at tho hospital. Tho causo of death was exhaust, iou of tho nervous fluid, caused by exposure, hunger and other things acting uron a sensitivo organization. Tho remains wcro laid in state in tho largo reception room in tho rotunda of tho collcgo, whero they wcro viewed by Fully fifty ladies remany persons. ceived locks of tho dead poet's hair, that fell in ringlets about his brow. Tho funeral took place on tho afternoon of Oct 8, 1849, tho remains being interred in tho burying ground of Westminster Presbyterian Church, whero tho monument has sinco been erected. jet-blac- k it ono timo Secretary of State, "requires only a satisfactory condition of mind. Ono man may lw rich with $100, whilo another iu tho iMxwciwIon of millions may think himself poor, and if of lifo aro enjoyed by each it is ovldcnt that tho man who is licrtt satis-fle- d with his ihnwimIou is tho richest" To illustrate this idea Mr. Mnrcy rdatca tho following anecdote : " Whilo I was Govornor of tho State of Now York I was called iioti one morning at my o by a rough specimen of a backwoodsman, who stalked iu and commenced conversation by inquiring 'if this was Mr. Maioy?' I replied that was my name. 'Hilly Marcy ?' said ho. I nodded niMotit 'Used to livo in Sonthpott, didn't you?' I answered in tho affirmative, and began to foci a littlo curious to know who my visitor won, and what ho was driving at. 'That's what I told Vin,' ciied tho backwoodsman, bringing his hand down ou his thigh with trcnundom force. I told 'cm you was tho miuh Bdl Marcy who used to livo in SoiilhtKi-- t ; but thoy wouldn't believe it, and I premised the next timo I camo to Albany to como and find out for sartiii. Why, you know mo, don't you, Bill?' I didn't exactly liko to ignore his acqnaiutnuco altogrthtr, but for tho lifo of mo I couldn't recollect having seen him before, and so I replied that ho had a familiar countenance, but that I wiis not ablo to recall him by name. 'My namo is Jack Smith, answered tho backwoodsman, 'and wo used to go to school together thirty years ago, in tho littlo red school-housin old Sonthpott Well, times havo changed Binco then, and you havo a great man, and got rich, I suppose.' I shook my head, and was going to contradict "that impression, when ho broko in: ' Oh I yoj you aro, I know you aro rich ; no uso doming it You was Comptroller for for a long timo ; and tho next timo wo hoard of you you was Governor. You must havo had a heap of monoy, and I' am glad of it glad to seo you getting along so smart You was always a smart lad at school, and I know that yon would como to something. I thanked him for his good wishes and opinion, but told him that political lifo did not pay so well as ho imagined. ' I suppose,' said I, ' fortuno has smiled upon you sinco you left Southport?' hain't got nothing 'Oh, yes,' said he, to complain of. I must say I havo got along right smart You seo shortly after you left Southport our wholo family moved up into Vermont and put right into tho woods, and I reckon our family cut down mora trees and cleared more land than any other in tho wholo State.' 'And so you . havo mado a good thing o'f it How much do you consider yourself worth?' I asked, feeling a littlo curious to know what ho considered a fortuno, as ho seemed to bo so well satisfied with his. ' Well,' ho replied, don't know exactly how much I am worth, but I think (straightening himself up) if all my debts wcro paid I should bo worth $300 clear cash.' Ho was rich, for ho was satisfied." tYom o lo-co- woir Mvcn MSkr.ii a max nrctr. TlK 1'KCVUAltITlKH "To bo rich," said William L. Marcy, It is ono of tho most at UF.1.UA t.T.-r0- communlcabloof all diseases, Iwing lrath contagious and infectious ; that is, it may Ikj communicated by touching n person who has It, or by teuohlng n garment ho has worn, or an ortlclo that ho has handled, or it may Ira carried in tho air, and thus communicated to a porson who nover saw nor over camo very near to ono afllictcd with it It may como from handling paper monoy ; it may Ira brought by mail in a nowspaier or lutlor, or in a pack-a- go by express ; it may lo caught by n on a railroad, or from n iu tho street, or from tho caspasser-bual visit of o friend. Tho germs of it clothing, carpets, and will remain in tho like, for months, and, perhaps, for years. It respects no season of tho year and no spot ou tho earth. It visits tho tropics ; it has slain its millions in Moxico; it nearly depopulated Greenland ; it reaches tho mountain tops and ; it has no fabreaks out in vored localities ; tho wholo earth is its home Its most frightful slaughter was In tho seventeenth and eighteenth cent uries. But in thoso days there wore no railroads and no steam, and but littlo commerce, no express companies, and but littlo mail matter, and but very littlo travel in nny way. In theso days of ceaseless intercourse nnd ierpctual running to and fro, if tho discaso wcro un checked os it was then, its ravages would soon depopulate tho wholo civilized world; and perhaps this proixwition would remain truo if tho word civilized wcro stricken out, for it is a fact that tho races aro much more susceptible of it than tho whites, and are also much more likely to d'o from its effects. cllow-travely FOR;SALBI a !Iamno.iii; iti:.sini:,n:N. 1 CIM'ltdl IIIIIKCTOIIT. iler, on ilelermlnnl lomln lllln Kr.. wllloflVrlo for sale mj tolh fsmllr In (I I Munesl Mil MONDAY, Hit llindtnm prr-r- NOVEMBER lbH2 located all Hie In JManforil. litre of lli.ni itearly new, They are nnw ocami nil nflliVin writ Improved cupied dy II. O A I fori, X. J. Anilmny, IUy Maw ari, II -VIIm, tlen II. Urine a I lnjiwlf. imr-lhlr- tl eaili; llaim In npial payTitsiisments, one an-- l two years; Interest (root atvno A. H. J. ri. Hlins, rliivrlntrilenl. Ihe Wepian'a Mtwlonsry hwlct; meets here on the 1st Monday In each nimilh, at o'clock Mrs. T. T. Da. less, v. J. M Itsiun, I'asinr. rvrrlua BA1TIT.-Itsml Xmirlh Kunils.s, mnrnlnfand nltht. I'tsrcl Meellnsj e.try Welnelay arter. norm, riundsj rVhrndat t'30 a. w. It. K. Hsrrow l KTIItlDIMT, MOUTH -- KfcV J. r. Kisn, Taw iTllor. Ker.lieaeierf Humlay iiiiirnlniandnltht. Prayer McetlnpThurvlar nlnhta, Huinlay Heboid l'iildet. dale. talo wllleominefHtiat resilience nf Ilea. II. don't ynn kirrel II. aere.nt 10 slid. Ilruee Hsle pnsliltc. IV. cefnek A. M. 4'IIVItl at and Worship by the e 0"" IlitlKTlAN ery IjoM's dsy rrearhlnbr I'r J. W. (Tnt n Xlrsl and Tklnl Imnl'a da... sinnday Heheml at 9 19 Jo. Hn.erance, Muwrlnlffldent. lire. I H McKU DUKHlliTKIIIAN. MH'TII I roy, ptuir Mundsy Hehool at VI John W. Union Prayer Meetlnfon Haul, Ptuv.liendenl inrettlAa nlfhls. 189., A ly QRAHD COMEIWN. IS.., lel Semi-Week- Interior Journal And the Imilssllle OPERA HOUSE. STANIXJItll. KV W. P. WALTON, - Propriotor. Weekly Courier - Journal One mid-ocea- pspet. (or llllle mon llisn the price of one- Ily psylngus 11 SO rou will receive fur one year Ihe er with Hie (Xnirler-Journa- l. jour home reprewnume n.wspspcr nf IM haMlli, and llie lirlthlestarKl alilest tainlly Weekly In Ihe United stales. ThoM who desire to emnlrje ran do so at xii. .l. dip; ol tbstMitlet-Jou,ii- sl jcar lor BH.no-ta- n h). l:i.bl emnVttesets ol H.n-et- y lieofHlaea, ."eall.it capacity. Including, gallery, too. l(Hiae4r rales In (uml atlraciran.. Addreu aa atio.e. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, DKl-O- HT .8TANXOUD, KV iMsofflce. 6,5, CONDENSED TIME. & WINE, flKlLKtl Monunienls, llesdslones. Tablets, Ac. Marble Work u.iiiiiioAi) mm:. TKA1NS (10IMI NOKTII. Ms am I, leti. ot all kinds neatly circuits! and satis (at loo I ns 21 Son a in ....... Lte. Klsliinond . " Uneaiter " Ll.lniiiten ' t'rsb tirehard . ........... ......... .... ... . -- " Shelby Clly. Mtantord dark-skinne- d " UUiwo... Mew listen. .... Arr. lt.anoo Junellon... . " DinellleJuncllen MltehelUburg. ... ' " ... w . . Clntlnnstl Junction l.ouUelllc ..... I to " 7 10 " I 21 " 9 IS " Si " M" lot II W tl If pn, It 47 " 2 10 " 22 " t 00 fcfTflJgkm and call niatesrurni-b- . on sppllrs-lio- I ly TUTT'S PILLS tho llotul. wltn a dull aenmtion In tho '. I"rl. a'in under withHhoulder blado, lullnesa after rntlng. the disinclination to eaertbin cf body or mind. Irritability of temp r. Low spirits, with feolineor harlnc ntRlected somo duty, Woarlnjs., Uiulno.s. Xlutterlnc at tho Heart, Dota beforo the cyt. Yellow Akin, llendacho Renera'y oer tho right with fitful drcaroi. highly colored Unao, and A Vkxctia.v gondolier makes ou an ivcrago 4 francs (about 80 ceuts) a day tho yoar round. Ou this ho will marry, tear a family, and put fromo money by. TltAINf) tllll.SI) KOUTII. ilaac,i I. I.e. Ijiulatllle. Lte. btanford. " (."rsb Orchard Arr. Lve. . ISSl. -- .. ...... .... .. . pi. .1 3 10 2 Oft 2M 4 10 2 30 Nun. p a in to TORPID LIVER. Loss or Appetite. Uowola coatiro l'sln In 8YMPTOMS OF A LANE & BODLEY CO. AWARDED Arr Klehniotnl. . .. ... Urlnrton !.sncater . ...I 3 0" " GOLD MEDAL OY PULLMAN 1'ALACE CAIIS Emigrants toTeiaa hare thHrcholceoftweroutca: la Memphlsor .la Mew Uileana. Tim. much quicker and rates lower thsn by any othtr roule. It li sleuth. To Memphis, Little lloe , Mobile, and Mew Orleans. Monteonier;, e, THE ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, sauasswanM-jaaMaMi- CONSTIPATION. B. Steam .Engine and Saw Mil XlMMlxl at AUtntt In Mil, EotlnM. Hollti. Mnufeturtri of Saw Mills. Uanir KJrcri. Litb lthlncf. Had n J Spake Mbintrjr. bbafllnc. lUnctn. (learmr.Uriilan.l Flour Mill! OTJI0KE8T, CHEAPEST AND BEST 8ttn 'I j sririr)rrllUrt,lrorirt, Mil fur Hill, Mklrh I I'liiUtio Only one cbaeee tuCbtcaii, Pt Louis and hast For further infurmsllun alioul tickets to Ihe m Ursnt rslea to Huulh, Kansas, tulorad,an ltoule to all points In MIsuHirl, Kansas, Illinois, Indians, lows, Nebraska, tl.lorsdc. Arkanssa. TirrTH I'll.l.Hnre) nprelnllyndiipted In auehcA.r., oueido.rt i tticta rhaMca) or frrllnirn. to n.lonlsli theaueliri auTferrr. T.w? ,1TrrM Ihe. Appetite, it rsws Ihe to Title e.1. t'le.h. Iim!, n, araiem Is r.lv MnnrUlie.1. wlifir u Tonic Action on the lllcr.lle- Orcam, Iteaulnr Mmil. at. Ii o . n ai Jluritay St., j. V. - SpeclU fttUntlon cbinery. $200. rt.r f'i-- 4'. r'lorl.ls, adl.-cA'UIOItt:, , Louls'llle, Ky (len. fas, and Tltk.l UrX. J Anthony, Aft .etaulwrd. Ky. I. .t TUTT'S HAIR DYE. OaT Ilstnnn bjr Wiftswrcn. ehierct toatlliMar lIuiK tma lira. Iiirrt asinfiearHati-.nopart, a natural coloe arts Instantaneously ruM by linicctsia.or swot byeipma on renlplbfll. BY. M-- LANE fc BODLEY CO., SI:, Cinrlnnmll. John Jt H-OSIIF- clvto to PUoUUoq lltstrtt't VirrUtr Vrt irrtr, (.. Ttrr ilm.i,4 u riisciL .r jt nriniAY .uis. bum v nkw tohh. tsi. i.sm.u. . tan ifiu.f M Kentucky's ro- Iloutc - Kast ?P!ainEngIishl tbmi . l e- - Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only llneruonioc 'I . i PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS IS HLRE EXPIIESSEDI a.. oi rtit Citevui mu imi iut k...A t.M..yiit ..... t .urf ik. isk. Il.a.i. ft.weriT i dteeelMl.ndli ., re tele e'.4 . laabovtoiM wklrMata. tt I tnaeM.elBallMea ltM.a te str w'i nnll .M.llta. bos uta ,. at 'mi r. ..nt.-- ntoil tt.,1 toth.lt.m. IWt. IMitl nmt at A SOLID TRAIN I.OIllrUllll', CilU'lllllltll liiKlon, Hy Kills' I.t'V. " ifgrnu Mrvioirs." mtAis-wutt- ii a.vo liLuuii-.suiwc- r. 1. PR Yiuitiu n. rvlwtr lliw, nl, i .in To Tvry youtv . n.iuiiia hko or old man troubled with rtt rvoua or pliy'lortl Uellllty or lmpoteneu tsuloal circular la aent llndilreaaonpoataloatrtl to fnee. 8en1 HAIII1IS RCMCDV CO. it. Mo. W want your mUim. Vims need Loula. ur r.tueUr. Ucod and b. oou. meed of u... na low u.- -r - hsr. t.li s. i. i.wntin tk. sttrr will a d .Hii ri.l vmctous WMkav. . truli bi. taal m.ar M i das. a .eUU lot i ttt.s.tM. .vtrall. i tai. paW.Ua, mr warn, bat cmtfUlt. .... I l But, even if it is truo that tho larger and healthier physiquo affords more blood for braiu uso, says Nina Movais iu tlio Popular Science Monthly, it docs not follow that tho larger tho supply tho greater tho amount of brain-wo- rk possiulo. Tho argument assumes that tho brain has no limit to its activity except in tho quantity of blood that can bo prepared for But it needs no scientific education to know that there aro other influences which limit tlio thinker's activity, and that theso limitations aro somewhere in tho mysterious recesses of tho brain, or in tho forces of which tho brain is tho organ. Tho physical health of tlio may bo perfect, his digestion unimpaired, his power to assimilate food tho samo, and yet ho may not bo ablo to concentrate his thoughts or carry on a complicated train of reasoning. Tho defect is not in his body that is as healthy as over ; nor is it iu any part of tho processes of thoso go on as latere. Tho troublo lies in tho brain itself, whoso capacity for work is measured by somo hidden standard of ita own, and which gives warning when is imperative. a cessation of brain-woTho body is a furnaco whoso power of consuming fuol is greater than tho capability of its boiler tho brain to generate iowcr. To keep tho latter in good working condition something more is necessary than building and feeding tho fires. A supplementary but important consideration is, whether tho steam a certain point will not bo productive of unpleasant consequences in tho form of on explosion. ItAUUIXItS Buyers of sardinos aro cautioned by the Brittany manufacturers to bo careful as to tlio brands they choose. If thoy want tho best fish, preserved when fresh iu tho licst olivo oil, they must get them from houses which havo a uamo to loso. Tho cheap kinds aro mado with fish that havo " turned " or havo bocu vpoilod by salting ou board tho smacks, and tho oils used aro thoso of cotton seed or tho Senegal ground nut But this is not all. "Tho brands of established firms aro imitated, and tho worst qualities of all aro priquircd for exportation. Tho sardine truduts think it just now to givo a waruiug ugaiiist these export sardines, and adviso foreigners to buy only tho? o which aro produced for tho homo French market Tho current wholesale prices of theso aro given. There are three sizes, small, medium and largo' (known as and only two qualities, first and and socond. Tho largest and best aro notv (J13 tno haudrod tins, but tho export kinds can bo bought as low as $7,70 tho blind ml, WASHINGTON CIT"X, Conncclieii In uuie drpot with Cut trains lor S&k x? 1 THE DIsEKCS OF YOUTH nnd MANHOOD fJmlim'V'j K?i HT03IACII r P9 The Direct Route to Lynchburfj, ville, Norfolk, Dan- ! XVs- - ti . V i .il Om. I.. rlrilrl. II. II I i ., . 'i. I .i. ns ii buys. Wlillli Iteli-.M-P'lix ts, I. AddeM. THE PUDLISIiril Co. 334, MilMSak.e, Wn. T.ij "iSi i JiJC'.' f7'1 I ACUIDCTIIirAiTHWITII-r-4W.ttOUT MEDlClNr A I Ilk -- It Mvmr's e II. n't ...... "'-- '" "it '' IAw Il will lime., tHtleet KSKLLEWS VllEAiT. Sir Godfrey Knoller, tho celebrated English painter, onco related to Mr, Popo a dream. " A night or two ago," said Sir Godfrey, had n very odd sort of dream. I dreamed that I was doad, and scon after found myself walking up a narrow path that led up be tween two hills, rising pretty equally on each side of Bcforo mo I saw a door and a great number of pcoplo about I walked on toward them. As I drew near I could distinguish St Peter with his keys, with somo others of tlio Apostles ; thoy were admitting tho pcopld'as thoy camo noxt tho door. When I had joined tho company I could seo soveral scats, ovcry way, at a littlo distance within tho door. As tho first, after my coming up, approached for admittance, St. Peter asked his namo, and then his religion. I am a lloinin Catholic,' replied tho spirit 'Go in then,' says St Peter, nud sit down there on thoso scats on tho right hand.' Tho next was a Presbyterian ; ho. was admittod, too, after tho usual questions, and ordered to sit down on tho scats opposite to tho am aODFJIBr it "I brain-work- er or mUtma The trne imtMote to the cCV-ct-s U llnatattT't Stomach Hitter. Tbl mulla one of the most popular rtmulit of lein an age of sueeratfu! proprietary specifics, and la In Immense demand whererrr on this Continent fever and agoe exists. A wlneglaisrul three times a ilujr U the best possible preparative for encountering a malarious atmosphere, regulating the liver, and invigorating the stomach. For tale by all Drufnrlsta and Dealers Rcnernllr, All Virginia nnd North Carolina Points Xor tickets aoJ further lufMfiu.tl.io, your iieai.t ticket titlU-e- . or addtesa W roe, Inc. I'nlgli sih! lV'tcrer Aift., Ky. FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E apjJf to W Mon- i;. w.nhitii, Utb'l Utouir, lUdiiuond, MrylHla Ilnton, w. n'i.i.i:it, it. ll.n'i At'IWr - A fiiTOtit rrour1ntloa ef th CKtitnotoU fcfuJ uocMru pwMrtlUt In lb U.U. d ft)rlhcurof Xervaum Mibtlitvt ,itii or.6f inr Erol.'V.Mi0tf. Upiftlutili09.opy. Addrat DR. WARD & MVaw.M4pftudi-Mii- Uniiiuut4U)Cll.w CO., U1titot Ma. rul it Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific a? -- THE it 1 Railway. :M E fcpt. 2i, iti. U I nvct blood-makin- g CINCINNATI BOUlllhllN Nu. 17. DIVISION. No J. No. I. Nu-- 1. D'j x Lre. Dal- - Suu. I'.n lr eieun I'.M. 4 IMIy j l.M Hi 26 47 I I U F wssSway ty S$ f HP rk " bo-yo- other. .rurru "My turn camo noxt, and, as I approached, St Peter very civilly asked mo my uamo. I said it was Kneller. I had no sooner said bo than St Luko, who was standing just by, turned toward mo and said, witlra great deal of sweetness: 'What! tljo famous Sir Godfrey Kneller, from England?' 'Tlio samo,' sir,' says I, 'at your service.' On this St Luko immediately drow near to mo, embraced mo, and mado mo n great many complimouts on tho art wo had both of us followed in this world. Ho enterod so far into tho subject that ho seemed almost to havo forgot tho business for which I cumo thither. At last, however, ho recollected himself, and said, I beg your pardon, Sir Godfrey ; I was so taken up with tho pleasures of conversing with you I But, apropos, pray, sir, what rollgiou may you bo of?' ' Why truly, sir, Bays I, am of no Oh, sir,' Bays ho, yon, w ill lx so good, then, as to go in and tako your seat whero you please I " Manchester jo to 2No. - M A. 51 ...t0 '- eW l SUI 7 j. 722 J23 -! UJa Arr. Untun.pt, ...... -- ...,. - 3 Jo N.m Mo 2. No. 4. Noti I'.M. AS Sou 7 30 .7 UiailauuoK k?. yprlngLllr 7W 7M " 40 ar 740 luis ..... ' lixkwoud. 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