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Mimonal nrriTHM Day. 3, 1882 , SERIES-NUMB- ER 92 Lieutenant Houghton, who has recently visited Now Guinea ond sovcr-a- l W. P. WALTON, . - - Editor and Proprietor other groti of Islands in tho PaT. R. WALTON, Butlneit Manager cific, reports tho exlttctico of a pro hensilo treo. It appears to bo a spemif Wifrite, cies of ficus, allied to tho I'llbllnliril Turmtttu banyan-trc- o, which throws out from Hu.no ANivusr. its branches air roots, that eventually reach tho ground, and tako root there, How a Newtpaper Ruined a Rtitaurant, and in their turn hecomo now stems, Tho proprietor of it rcatnurant which perform tho tamo function; bo !n nu ArkaneMv uowjmcr, that a singlo treo will ovcntualiy exami- refuted to pay tho hill nt tho end tend so far as to form a complete of tho month, declaring that ho had in which tho stems aro united by not realized any benefit and that he tho branches to each other. Tho would not pay for what ho did not re treo iu question similarly cvivu. Tho newspaper man reman-Rtriitcthrows out from its branches long, and tho rcntaurant man orderlloxihlo tendrils, which touching tho ed him out of tho house. The next ground, do not tako root there, but isauo of tho paper contained n fuw twino around any nrticlo that may lie which did hot provo unintor-cstinwithin their reach. After n timo these to tho restaurant man. jimi branches contract, eo that they "Tho world has over liccn filled with o fail to reach tho ground; hut tho npitcful rivalry. Tho man who startprocesses continuo to closely ed tho report that ho found cat hair gripo tho articlo round which thoy in tho hwh nt Mecklctoii'a rwtaurant havo twiued themselves, nnd which in unqucalionahly a slanderer. Wo nro consequently suspeuded in midhavo ealcti at his restaurant, and wo air. In this way, articles of considcan truthfully say that wo never erable weight may Ira literally picked found cat hair in tho hash nor dog up from tho ground nnd held in sus- hair in tho soup. Another man tension. of truth, declared on tho An Iu.usTitioim Kxami'LU. A stostreet ycitcrday that he hnd found three crickets aud a horso ily in ono of ry is told of Randolph, ofltoanoko, This is too ri- that wonderful child of genius, which Mecklclon's biscuit. Wo never found three in is so rcplcto witli piquancy as to diculous. mo to bclicvo in its truth. A his hiscuit." Another paragraph said "Mccklo-ton'- s bitter personal enemy of tho great Virrestaurant is tho best house in ginian hecamo a candidate of tho parHo Don't bclicvo tho slanderous ty to which tho latter belonged. town. rumor that ho use hospital sheets for stood, as was tho custom of tho olden times, ou that sido of tho court-houstablo cloths." Tho restaurant man was so mad which was taken up by his party that ho wanted to shoot tho, editor, fricuds, greeting with friendly recogbut cooling down n little, ho sworo nition thoso who cast their votes for out a warrant for arrest on achargoof him. When Randolph walked up to slander. The editor was nrraigucd thoK)lIs and in a firm voice voted for hefuro the court, but tho just judgo his enemy, tho latter advanced, with after hearing tho evidence and read- extended hand, to greet him. "I ing tho paper, dismissed tho case. Tho thank you, sir, I thank you, sir," ho restaurant hasn't had but ono custom said, with some ncrvouincss. Randolph tr sinco and ho was a blind man. put his hand very cooly bohiud him, Learning that ho was in Mecklcton's squeaking forth a Ml lie samo timo, "I house, ho heaved and went out. It didn't vote for you, sir; I voted for tho democratic party." Richmond Disis not right to cheat u newspaper. patch. Arkausaw Traveler. VunrrAitu: IIuttiik. N. Jepson, Tho (.Jailing machino gun is a block an English vegetarian, not wishing to of ton barrels, secured round an axis, which is fixed ju a frame. On turning iiso ixior ami adulterated auimal fats, a haudlo, a spindlo causes tho worm to has sought u subitituto, and fouud it act ou tho pinion, making thonxis mid in n composition for which tho followbarrels revolve. A drum is placed on ing is tho formula: Take four ounces the top, ut tho breech end of tho bar of tho finest Ilraziliau nuts, pounded roll, over a hopper, through a riot in very fine iu a mortar; four ounces puro which tho cartridges drop into the car- olivo oil; rub them into n smooth jelof fine wheat rier, which consists of ten grooves on ly; add eight ounces to the ten bar- flour aud n quarter of uu ounco of chamlicrJ corresponding wholo into a smooth rels. A spiral spring forces the cart- salt. Rub tho paste, nnd use as butter. This would ridges into position in chambers radiating from the centre of tho drum. Ily certainly bo prcferablo to much that turning tho haudlo quickly, n continu- goes by tho naino of butter. woll-know- an. Hone Tradinj ond ii3ii (lather th sacred dust lift lie warrior trial and true; Whotnre the Aug (if our nation's I nut ADil Ml In tli niM, though loit, itllt Jmt, An 1 died lor nit nnd jou. (lather them, each and all, From Hit rlrt lo the chief; Coma Ihey from the liorel or the princely ball, They hit fur ut, and lor them should fill Theteartofa nation's irlef, (lather the enrptti strewn O'er many lattlr-plslI'rom mi 117 1 (rare that lies m lone, Without a name ami without attune, (lather the houthern alaln. We rare not whence Ihey fame, ' - for-es- s, Detrlithelrllfeltnaflajl Whether unUown or known lo tune, Their country and their cause the aainev wore the gray. They dlcd-a- nd Wherever the brave hare died, They should n,t real apart, Urlng, they atriigg'eJ aide hy aide; Why abould the hand of death dlilde A alngle heart from heart? Uatlier the aacred clay, Wherever It may real; Juit aa they marched to the Moody fray, Juil aa they fall on the Utile day, llury them breast to breast. Tbe foetuan need not dread Tula gathering of the brave; Without Iword or Sag and with soundless tread, We muster once more our ileathtrta dead, Out of each lonely grave. The foeuitn need not frown, They are all power lies tow, We gather them here aud we lay them down, And teara and praycra are the only crown, We lirloc lo wreathe each brow. And the dead ruuat meet the dead While the Urlng oe'r Iheiu wep, And the men whom Lee anil Stonewall led. And the hearta that once together Lied, Tugcthcratlll ahall aleept par-nrup- ir ling-cr-lik- o Is "Damn" a Cuss Wonn? Ono of the questions in a suit before the District Court iu Philadelphia is whother or not "damn" is a profane word, lllattant sinners will caro little tor the result, but tho decision will bo awaited with deep interest by a host of worthy men, and possibly by "devout" women not a few, who in moments of great physical and mental torture havo found a grateful solaco in tho usoof that compact and cogent expletive. Tho caso is that of a printing establishment vs. a telephonecompany which remaved its instrument becauso the latter was 111 ado fho medium of profano and vulgar language; and "damn" is the test word. A Hudson river farmer, who want cd n hotter horso than ho possessed, drovo into Yonkers ono day with his nag, and hunting up a certain citizen who had tho sort of horso ho wnnted, tho farmer stated his desiro to exchange, and added: "I understand you nro a Christian man I" "Yes, sir." "Uclong to the Baptist Church?" "Yes." "Ono of tho deacons, I "I am." A trade was made, and tho farmer drove homo with tho new equine. Rut in tho courso of three days ho returned and begun: "Seo here, deacon, what kind of a man aro you 7 You npver told mo that that horso I got of you had spavins nnd ringbones nnd honves?-- ' "No, I bcliovo I didn't." "Well, you nro a pretty Christian, you aro I" "My friend," placidly replied tho good man, "if you can find it any where in tho good book that a deacon in the Hnptist church must point out tho defects in his own horse where a sinner is too ignorant to seo for himself, I'll admit my sin and trudo back. Como in and we'll hunt for tho passage 1" QWall Street News When anybody dies, gets married, builds a house, makes a big sale, breaks his leg, gets tho sense kicked out of him by a mule, or doos anything that is in any way remarkable, and you have reason to bcliovo that you know as much about the occurence as anybody else, don't wnit for some other person to report it, or trust us to find it out by instinct, but como and tell us about it, or send tho facts on a postal card. Iu this way nows is supplied, and it takes a good supply of that necessary article to mako a good homo paper. Let us know every item of news that transpires in your neighborhood. Coatlrenoai, Olironla Hick Headache, Dlnr-rtioo- Jaundice, Impurity of tlio IIIimmI, KeTerand jJ" Jfc CAiiaed liy lie of Liter, Ilonrela and Kldneya. STMPTOMR OF A HISTSASnH T.IYKK. Malaria, and all lltaenaei Ague, Had llreath, l'aln In the Side, eomttlmea the pain la felt under the Shmttder Uade. mHtaVen for general loaa of appetite. Ilowtla Khcumaium. generally cohitc, aomettmca alternating with Uij the head la troubled with pain, is dull and heaty. with considerable loa of memory, accompantai wnhapainfulftematt nr.f leaving uudoneaomething which ought to havi been dune, a alight, dry cough and flunlied face ia aomctimce an attendant, often mistaken for consumption, the patient compUina cf earlncsa and debility . nervous, easily startled leet cold or burning, sometimes a prickly eensation of the skin exists, spirits arc low and despondent, and, although satisfied that exercise would 1 beneficial, yet one can hardly eummon up fortitude to try It In fact, distrusts every remedy Several of the above aymptoms attend the disease, but cases have occurred when but few of them existed, yet examination after tleath has shown the Uvcr to have been extensively deranged. next go days M'ROBERTS&STAGG FOR the: wjyyL AT COST. WILL SELL- Ssf M BB Ml UM. . A' OBB -H ' w Mr M Ld.m Si !i u CALL AND SEE AND DE CONVINCED. m ? It elirmld bo need hy nil persona, nld nnd young, Ttlicnever nny of tho ahoto e) mitms appear. reraone Traveling; or Living In Unhealthy Lncalitlea. Inr taking a dose occasionally to keep the Uver In healthy action, will avoid all 3liilarln. ltlllnua altncka, Diinness, Nausea, Drowsiness, Depression of bpirits. etc It will Invigorate like a glass of wine, out ia no H. Stanford, A Splendid it G. Stock of RUPLEY, Kentucky, Fall and Winter first-clas- s ,t r3. i Mam i' kWA Wishes to Inform his Patrons oraianfi.nl and vlelnlly that ho has received beverage You have) eaten nnythlng hard ot digestion, or fee! heavy after meals, or aleep U-- e at night, take a dose and you will be relieved. If Goods, Timo and Doctors' Illlla will ho aaved by nlirnve keeping; tho Itegulator In tho House For, whatever the ailment may be, a thoroughly safe purgative, nlterutlvu and tonle can never Xe out of place. The remedy Is harinleaa und sloea not Interfere with bualneaa or pleasure. rr is rcrtELY YKanrATixK, 1 Which ho guarantee: to mako up in style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. PENNY TTTrr t & McALISTEK, : z And has all the power and efficacy cf Calomel or Quinine, without any of the Injurious after effect,. ThcLAHaEST STOCK of WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY AM SIlYVEItWAKK Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower thanthe Lowest. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. valuable addition to the medical acience. ' J. Gill biioaTca, Governor of AU. A Oovernor'a Testimony. Simmons Uver Regulator has been in use In my family for snme time, and I ata satisfied It is a eaye Have derived aome benefit from the use of Simmons Liter Regulator, and wish to give it a further lru.1 Hon. Alexander II. Stephens, of fla., f have i d many remedies for Dyspepsia, l.'v r Aflectiou and Debility, but never have &U1M anything to benefit me to the extent Simmona Uver Regulator has. 1 aent from Minnesota to Georgia for It, and would send funher for such a medicine, and would advise all who are similarly affected to give It a trial aa it teems the only thing that never faita to relieve. 1' M. Janket. Minneapolis, Minn. T. W. Mnaon aayat From actual ex- , perience In the use of Simmons liver Regulator In toy practice I hare been and am satisfied to use and prescribe It as a purgative mcdicioe. Kellove."- "The only - Thlnr; that never fall to Msfete&lrig;W St. Asaph .Blocik, Stanford. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. II embrace Stniiie nnd Fiuiey Carocerlew, I'nfciit mid Family Flour, Meul, Ilacun mid I.urtl, Toliueeo nnd CiKiii-H-, Wooden, Willow mid Timwire, GIhmm mid UuceiiMinrc. Canned fJoodH of nil Kinds n Hpoelully. Itcniciiiher lliu place, "Tbe Corner Nlore." GROCERS, Ir. a ' Tali- - only the ejected stream of bullets about 1,000 n minute. As soon as ono drum is emptied of ballets, another is brought from tho limber and auMitutcd. This gun is tho invention uf Dr. Galling, an American, nud has been in uso about ten years. ous How Wiotkun Citiim Uitow. A Western man has been telling somo how Western cities l'hiladelphians grow. lie. says ho went oil into tho mountains hunting, and, night coming ou, ho went to sleep in a treo to bo out of reach of tho wolves. Ho was nwakeued early next morning by somo workmen, who told him to get down aud finish his nap on tho court-houssteps, as thoy wanted to turn that treo into a ilsg pole for tho hotel across tho Ho got down nud while rubbing way. his eyes was nearly run over by n street car und got his feot tangled in electric light wires. well-know- n Tiik Cash Systisi.---Ou- e year has elapsed since wo udoptcd tho cash plan and there is not u dead head on our list. Wo havo discontinued all papers when tho subscriptions expired nnd we know of but ono man who has taken Most pcoplo liko a paper that offence can bo stopped without killing tho edi Our sub tor or burning tho office. scription receipts havo been increased 20 per cent, over nuy previous year, although tho price was 25 per ccut. Wo will stick less than heretofore. Kelah. South to tho cash plan. Kentuckian. A certain judge having nsked a convicted prisoner if ho had nnythiug to say wliy judgment should not bo passed upon him, tho prisoner called to God to witness that he was innocent: "May God striko mo dead, my lord, if I did ill" Tho judge waited for a moment, and then said: "As l'raideuce has not seen fit to intesposo iu your During a political campaign in caso, it now becomes my duty to prolawyer was ad- ceed to scntcuco you to bo hung by the Michigan u dressing an uudicuco composed princi- neck until you aro dead." pally of farmers iu (Iratiot county. There can ba found no higher vir-tu- o In order to win their oonfidenco ho than tho love of truth. Tho mail said: "My friends, my sympathies who deceives others must himself Ik- havo always been with tho tillers of tho soil. My father was a practical como tuo victim ot moruiu tusirusi. farmer, and so wsi my grandfather Knowing the deceit of his own heart before him. I was mysolf reared ou and tho falsehood of his own tongue, ba always filled with a farm, aud was, so to speak, bom his eyes must suspicion, aud ho must loso tho greatbetween two stalks vf com." Hero tho speaker was rudely iuterruped by est of all happiness confideuco iu thoso who surround him. some ono in tho audience, who "A pumpkin, b jingo I" Tm: Biamksu Twinh. Vhaug und Kng, meaning right and led. lived to bo 03 years, of ago. Chang was intern-perat- o and irritable, Tho other was In 1870C'haug sober niid steady. had a paralytic shock in the uigat and died while Ills brother slept. When ho iwoku tho calamity produce nervousness aud Kng died In a fgw hours after the death oihis brqth-crexamination The showed that their separation during lifo would probably have ltei fatal. !, A Cincinnati woman got up early to seo tho oomet, and fell nud broke her neck. Since then a number of Louisville men havo tried to iuduco their wives to study astronomy early iu tho morning, but without success. They couldn't comet ovor the old Argus. girls that way. A Charleston mail Is trying to secure tho namo and date of ovcry per-so- u who has been hung Iu the United States, s Chairmen of vigilauce committees will please send iu such information as is ut their command. ' post-morte- ARTICLES. An excellent liniment for neuralA'iTOltNJiSV A.T X.A.W, i'hjalclana' l'reacrlptlona accurately compounded. Pharmaceutical l'repiralloua aapeclalty. , DANVILLE, KY., gia is made of sassafras, oil of organ-urnWill practice In the Courts and a halt ounce of tincture of couutlea and In the Court ofof Doyle and adjoining Appeala. To ma tjrain in corn luntl or any ordinary land no pre jHiratum it needed trnrre Ihi impltvirnt capsicum, with a half pint of alcoit tued; sinijjy drile tnlo lltcjidd and jo to trorA needing. MABTKllUON l'EYTON, hol. Soak nino yards of red llannol AmoilHliV A.'l I..A.W, aMUKXlMINkUVORrASIErCOOllTr, UllbUTV, KV. 3L3L.DBI02NT in this mixture, wrap it around the Will practice In all the Courts of Casey and Aeala. head, and then insert tho head iu a Special counttta, and In the Court otOffice over attontlou glreu to collections. & haystack till death comes to your re- 1LT. rierco'a atoie. A patent has just been taken out iu Laramie Boomerang. lief. DR. J. Q. OAIU'ENTER. Germany for an cngiuc, tho piston of Three First-Cla- ss Implements Combined in One. KENTUCKY HrANFOltP. Spirits of turpentine is now made nnd forwnrd which is driven backward Office orer ltoU. a. Ly tic's store OUico hours Haling the bed and dtntpcU implement ner jiroilucetl. An implement that U indisjKntale by small charges of powder supplied from sawdust and refuso of tho saw from 3,to i and 7 to 9 r. u. . at each end by an automatic arrange- mill. It is extracted by a sweating and yields fourtceli gallons of J. J. WILSON, ment. Tho ignition is effected by the process DENTIHT. bTANfoKI), KY. motion uf tho piston, which draws iu spirits, tlireo to four gallons of rosin u fl.uno of gas or spirit, tho access bo aud a qtiautity of tar per cord. Tho Office and ItralJince, Upper Main tit. iug regulated by tho sido valve, which spirits produced has a diflerent odor I.EE S". HUFFMAN. also open outlets for tho cccapc of tho from that produced by distillation. HUUGKON UJ2NTIHT, 8TANF0UI), KY. gases of combustion.. A Chicago minister makes a noto of Office South alJo Main Street, two doors abort lae aiyera noiei. Tradition says that beer was first the fact that he has never seen a lady Pure Nitrous OxlJe Hat administered wbtn required. . street-car- . made at Pclusium, on tho Nile, 400 reading a newspaper in a 11. O. MORGAN, D. D. B. I). C ; but nowadays only a crude Well I He has never seen a lady smokIUSNTIHT, Will be In Stanford one week kind of barley beer is made by tho ing on a car platform either, has he? or3WtlT from first Monday. Dental rooms month, each .t natives iu Kgypt. There is, however, It simply goes to show that n lady is lnSUAtapu Hotel, orer Met later eachunguis. mouth Sulky Harrow andSesder The AIMun tSoosljn.l At Lancaster three weeks of Geno-v- a no gentleman. Savanuah Times. from third Monday. Dental rooms In Mawn House. a brewery in Cairo, owucd by n For lets money than required to ollain a grain drill, xchieh can only be utilized in one ci, He aif n.) l'ure ultroua oxld gase administered thu iMjueincnf can le had, uhich tcilljiut in all Lindiotmall grain in the very bent manner in - tf company, and worked on tho GerObservations upou Russian railways when utcsMisary. less time and with leta labor than the gram drill made. man system, which can turn out 400 have resulted iu showing that for the barrols a week. neriod of six mouths 77 per cent of Mulhall, tho English statistician, the fractures of tires occurred when makes nut this country the richest on tho temperature was below zero, 4 ANN'S REMEDIES! tho globe. Ho estimates that tho val- per cent at zero, and only 10 per cent FOR TIIE MILLION. ue of property in tho United States is at higher temperatures. Ho places Euglaud 850,000,000,000. MANUr'ACrt'llKD HY W. K. OANN, M. I at a A dispute ntnoac next hi rank, with 811.100,000,000; MONTICELLO. KY. funeral in Wyoming euded in two ami France third, with 837,200,000,. beautiThe stabbed and three being knock ful andworld It Oil"! with theol wonderful, all the being man, yet lutrliatu Intention, 000. grnrua the world lias .(fcrnr. ed down. People who might havo comliliiej takut aul producedtintauythlni; that eveau has Walton, of tho Stanford .Iouhnai., attended and didn't, are so disgusted er known w,lu neier llano's Kemnllea " Medical compare 'Dr. roaltlou of Teeth and Ltier while at work. to discover have, aa vet, and hai great bucklwuo and energy, all of with themselves thoy don't know what skill thinst sclente to them, rir thetilled of the cure 37i(it by dttaehing the i'eedtr you hare the Lett llurrvw in the uvrld, one that mil Jo mue mil any euual At the r whKli they are reeommeuded. in his paper. His to do. wi which ho displays once going orer the ground than an trdihary hairoui mil in a dutcn, UiiJet doing the aud use are praised by thousands Ihrouifu-ou- t in virtues the lenjlli aud breadth ol the laud, and at adtr and with mere rate elections show rare good taste and It has at length been ascertained Htandard Faiullr Medicines, they ruuuul Ui exthere is a sprightly style about his who struck Billy Patterson. It was celled, an I are fully auUtanlUtod hy the strong. tatteallmoDiaia, writings that always makes them inOuniuiup. Jay Hubbell. .Billy Patterson was u For Coughs, OulJs, Croup, llrooehltlt, aud Luuga, lion aud all Ulseasoaaol the Throat Eliiabethtowu News. teresting. Government clerk und Jay Btruck Ciucinuati Sat- Umo Dr. Gimiii'm CoiiRh Syr up. Thero is considerable difference be- him for assessment. Kor Uvcr Cumplalut,I)ys'eisla. IndUnllao Jauu. tween lawyers and doctors handling a urday Night: dire, Coustlpatlon, riour tjlonuch aud all llllieut DlKaaea, case. Tho more lawyers there aro in Never hold any ono by tho button a caso the longer tho case will last, or tho hand, iu order to bo heard out; Uho Dr. Guiiu'h- Mver Cure. but tho more doctors thero are iu a for if people aro unwilling to hear 1'or IthtHuuatlsui, Neuralgia, Hpralns, llrklst-- and Hwelllnga -- an .sternal application for tutu or case tho shorter work thoy mako of it. you, you had better hold your tongue least, Texas Siftiugs. Chesterfield. thau them. Una Dr. Uituii'rt Muliiiciii. Hero is an extract from a gcuuiuo ' A Vermont clergyman, unmarried, roalllou of Teeth and Lever whll not Iu use. for I'lles. Hemorrhoids, llunu, Fistula aud ill love letter, which an exchange vouch After iJantlng twur trvp, by rnnocmy three teith jyou can thmvuyhly puleeriu the toil, cultivate preached a sermou against tho present similar dlsvasw, Jmlroy the netdt fit two rwat (corn at a time, a thing that no Uhei culliiator vriU do. es for: "Dearest love, I havo swallowstyle ot corsets as unhealthy, and tho Uho Dr. Juiin'H IMIu Olutiiieul. nJ iuiplmieat tiuit cu be uted nt ctety etop cultivated aud we that u Atflrtt italeil, htrt U taiinert, com ami tv it, get a sum. ed tho postago stamp which was on next day tho deacons fired him out for cilltd in none by imy iVAer inifiiitviriiupuW! an J ttmple. Fur Fresh Cult, llurus, Ulcers aud Old Boris, jit uml hy it If iiduet not do what we claimor U, do not uunt your wowry. because I kuow that your knowing too much. your letter, Uho Dr. Oiuin'n lliUcr-SvtcGEO. D. WEAREH, Agent, Stand N, Ky. Twico as many men wero lynched OiHlUU'Hl. lips had touched it," 11'. Jh WtrilKItif, Agt., IjiieaUtt. Ky It. II. WKAllMf, Ayt., lliehmoud, Ky. aa were hanucd. Lynching last vcar (fltKHN A Wtf.UAMS, Atti, lluhmriUt, hy. A progressive Atlanta, Ga man is rapidly takiug tho place of tho line Dr.iiHit'n SloHiHt'li lUUerti I have cuUtvaleduiy crop of torn (Ait touwt with Ike Hon. T. B. Montgomery' Testimonial. sports, A Itellahl.Tuulc. Appetiser and Ulood l'urlfler, claims to have invented a milk pall boso-baaud other and also turist Iyiepsla, lndlgeatluu, Llrer Albion (lmbiual Culliiutor, Jlarrvu awl Seeder uiul run toy artMouf kettUition that it it the btU Malarial tevrrt and all periodical foiuplalill. that is kept iu motion by a spring, ltduetiu harrow or cultivator lhuneicr teen. (JanplovteiiacreeoftumadayuUhulltai "Do you ever eo to meetine?" asked PLeasea. Mauufactnrrd and for aal. by and when ho gets through milking a a minister of a uvrk perfectly, and I can clucrully ttewutiiaul U to my fanner friend. Thu It MiMtgvmay , Kentuckian. W. IC. &ANH-- 2WE. X)., 7li ui yium triA thu inciter no rxliti hand nt purtJ to than it fivut fllkut thit u oi (Ut cow tho milk has boon churned into "Certaluly, sir; twico a year Spring rAII ordirs Hole proprietor, MuUllifllo. Ky meeting aud Full meeting." delicious butter. U II I 4y Me diner uithout tlopping ot gttling off hit uat, by Uk II will mvliat iompt alUnlloil fash-iuiahl- o high-tone- limit Toned. "Madam," said a man to 1111 Arkausaw lady, "I havo very sad news for you. I was out West nnd attended your son in his last illness." "What was tho matter with him?" asked tho lady. "He died of ttright'a disease" "Well," sho said, after a moment's pause, "if Charloy was bent on dying, I am glad that ho selected a disease. Charley always was though." rapper the red Z Trudo-M.ir- k Two little Austin school boys got "f J. II. ZIULIN A; CO. into a quarrel, aud ono of them said PV ALL DRUGOISTS to tho other : "If it wasn't for your Ma being raOKLSilOlAL such a good womnn, I'd tear your WALLacs: K. vahnon. t. w. vaeNoN. shirt all to pieces 1" T. 'AT. & W.E VABNON, "You tear my shirt if you darol" ATXOHNKYH A,'X' X,A."V, KY. "I ain't guiug to tear it, because OUlce la Owsley BTANrOIlD, building up stairs. A Son'a new your Ma would have to mend it, nnd II. C. KAUFFMAH, I don't wnnt to put her to auy troublo A.'X"X'OItN13V A.t X.A.W, LANCASTER, KY. because she gavo me two cakes tho Master Commissioner and County Attorney. Will Iu all the Courts of tlarrard and adjoining Texas Siftings. practice other day.'' Genuine, which always PENNY & McALISTER DKALKK in- counties and iu theUoutt of Apieala. The Only Cuitn ron Ncukaloia. - ALEX. ANDERSON, DltUUS, 110 0KS, STATIONERY & FANCY HARROW, CULTIVATOR THE SEEDER. Spring-Too- th c- lt Afflicted, Attention I).0 pall-bear- ers f iwjjjfflj jy!st jnfSJJyy "sa&wggjas iir - u-- et ll blue-gras- s 1 .,J 2r tfLamimmm s StStrUttcIJiilnltnorloiirnal D. D.TJIam to solltcl ihoney belonging or going to the estate nf l- Klam, dee'd." That said K. I. Kwell for the purpoM of enabling him to carry out nnd have carried out the aforesaid fraudulent luirpossa and designs, did unlawfully and with a fraudulent Intent enter in the adm'r. bond book of the Laurel County Court which waa a rViblic record hook, a bond purport lKm' of Warn, adm'r. nR lo b ol J., ami entering at Hie oouom m the bond "Approyeil by the Courl'wlth the name of 1 D. Klam and It. L. Kwell, I I 1. t It Tl T.M..- . I..I...1 Kl,eu iu me uuiiu, u. if. jisui, inntiai, I and It. L. Ewell, eecurity, and aald bond approved aforesaid." "Allest, It. L. Knell, Clerk of the l.tnrel CircultCourt,"when In fact and In truth, at the time raid bond was drawn up and signed, I). I). Klam had not been appointed adm'r. of the estate of K. Klam, and the aald H L Kwell waa not the Clerk of the Lvirel County Court and had no power or authority to draw up or attest aald bond as aforesaid. All of which waa done without Ilia Knowituge or concent of the Judge of tho Laurel County Court or of any other perron authorised lo giro authority All of which foregoing alterations nf the public record of the Laurel County Court were done . for .the fraudulent niirroees . . .. . .1 v aforesaid and against the peace and dignity of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. DisilMAK, Com'lh. Atty., pro tern Witnesses Lerl Jackson, C. W. J one. J. J. Wearer, for C. V. Jonaa a tub duct tecum to bring into Court the record referred to. Kndorscd "A true bill." Annnr.w Jackson, foreman. AuKUftTcrm. 1870. 2nd day Common - Every day, llto. Tinker and I mount a ATTIIK'TiVINl'ItOXTN." new summit and get another view of this t lovily Norwich. The weather la almost Night before last we had the first perfect. nipping frost ol ihe season nnd it waa no Friday Morning, November 3, 1882 tender planta a great thing, only little. CD e The figures aland to date, conversions, 7)1 EDITOR W. P. WALTON, ciHc blessanointed, 4,) acceptances of ing at the V M services, 140. Hut this does nut tell all. The Ice la melting, the blind Knit nimiuBss, 9 prejudices are yielding; the ministers are TO nON. PHIL B. THOMPSON beginning to rally around us: And the "no small stir" ol the first week ia giving place OP MXtCia. to the earnestness of conviction of truth Klrrtion, Horrnibcr Ttli. in many. The outlook now is decidedly promising, only 1 look nut at "outlooks1' good or bad, but only at a promising Jesus. UTTLE DICK'S REECORD, I am glad though fur the pleasant change. ET tA raw Kentuckiau let loore in New At Shorn br the Record of the Courts. Kngland, Is not unlike a ''bull In a china . i shop." The commotion waa terrible, and TheiChargtt Sustained bj Them. at first it looked as If nothing could bring the dirconUnt elements together. I hid no $ When no printed charges against end of warnings that I had mistaken my the personal character of It. L. Eivcll, latitude and If 1 expected to succeed with (on somo occasions.) cultured (icople I muat drop slang, coarsethe alleged camlidato oftliu rcpubli ness, humor, vulgarity, iVc. I think I NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. can party for Cougresa, wo did so in have been, without intending it, a little The October debt reduction is about rutigher tnau usual here. At prexnt, goodffnith upon tho slntementa of men $15,250,000. huwevti, whether the bull has ceased to whose word is as good as their oath. At Taris, Kentucky, Tuesday evening, btllow and horn and hoof, or whether the Hurt Senile a Wo could not havo been induced to people have gut ucd lo the animal and waa killed by Hooker Stivers. put up with hia unpleasantness for the sake do so otherwise, first, because wo Tho tlrst general of the of what ia good in him, the fscl remains seaaon occurred in Dakota and Montana, that 1 am beginning to have tho ear of would not publish a lie if wo know it the .10th, on the Northern Pacific Iiii-rIlitiu JiinI rrcclvi-i-l it Norwich, with all Its cultivation thrown In. Mock or nor would wo wantonly assail the char Tho wife of Hon. D. L. Moore, Stale For which lonly PKAISK THKLOKI) from Mercer, died at her husband's And 1 believe that Senator actcr of any man; and second, because wealth va. It. L. Kwell. audi is the way of the LOUD. I do believe UK will overturn This day came the dcl't. and filed de residence, In Harrodeburg, Tuesday. we know what is lilwl and do not caro Kz.Oorernor Jan. K. Itohlnson died at Yankeeduui, slaying hearxi upon heatw with mnrer to the indictment herein and the Georgetown Tuesday, and Major l'hillp this rough "jawbuiicof an ass" from Ihe to figure in tho courts as defendant same Is submitted to the Court. despised South. I am content to be that 8th IXy Auir. Terra 1870 Common- Kneed died in Louisville Wednesday. to a 8 lit of that character. Now as wo Seaborn Keese has been nominated to homely weapon in our true Samson's hand. wealth Ta, It L Kwell. heretofore stated, wo havo not ono and the deft, Gil Got. Stephens' unexpired term in Cutt- - Culture, education, pride, are to be won, in This day came the parties iota of ill feeling against Mr. Ewell, withdrew the demurer to the Indictment greas. lie has no opposition, the Inde- the LORD'S battle by their opponents. He and waived an arraignment and plead not pendent candidate having withdrawn. takea things that are despised, "lo bring to .for wo were favorably impressed by guilty, nnd thereupon came a jury, Philip 11. Swing for eleven year pant nought things that are," that j lleih may Judgo of the United States Court for the glory in Ilia presence." So "nn the straight forward manner in which Jesse II. Wcsterfield, John C. llrown, whenever the Southern district of Ohio, died at his home South la Kvangelited (God grant my na11 I' Johnson, lien Magee, ho introduced himself to us; nor would Thomas Jones, Nicholas Hall, Win. Ball, John Allen, in liatavia, Tuesday. Ihe deceased waa tive laud may toon know this blesning,) I a'desiro to subserve party ends cause 8parka June, Snrn'l Magee, K. N. 1'aragln aixty-twlielleve, that, in the LOHD'S way, it will I ho ireaaury Department list uu us to inulign or abuso him. But when ami John tiparks, who were duly sworn lo completed tho statement of the amount a p- - be cllccted through some hated nnd desW. W. pised Yankee, whom the proud Southerner try the issue and thereupon nenaion of Congreiw would have "disdained to set among the wo did publish what wo wero assured security of the deft, came into Court iuopriated at the appropriation bills. The to- dogs of his Hock," as Job once said. and undertook that the deft, should obey wcrolfacts, supported by tho records O And thiajs good again though contrary the orders of the Court until the case is tal la $201,428,117. of tho courts, wo certainly expected submitted to the jury, and the jur.r harinL' The eve of the opening of the Virginia to man's way, liiat "no flesh may glory in State Fair waa celebrated in Kicbmond HIS presence." "Oh the denlba of the much moro convincing proof that the heard tho evidence in part were dispersed with n civic and military parade, which apt CD PiOy 2 S CD wisdom and huitrittlyt Of GOD. How un morning, first betill 0 o'clock unsupportcharges wero false, than pears to have been a big thing on wheels searchable are His Judgments and His ing admonished by the Court as the law J CD rt-and foot. ways past finding out 1" ed word of L'tgan McKce, whoso real requires. Abbey'a Park Theatre, New York, in Certain it is that I came to New Kng Dili Day, Aug. Term 1870. Commonposition of distillery for bis parly and which Mrs. Lnngtry waa to have made her land though no will of my own, "If against wealth rs. It. L. Kwell. CD w watch, have induced him to believe The Jury sworn herein haring heard the American debut in "An Unequal Match" my will, then u disensation of tho gospel instructions of the Court and ar- Monday evening, burned at 4:S0 o'clock la committed to me." And 1 leel this in that ho is worthy to fill tho $5,000 of- evidence, of the counsel, returned the fol- that 'afternoon. The loss on the theatre Is every bone of my body and hair ot my p w gument B P administered by lowing rerdict: "We of the Jury Gnd the estimated at $101,000. Mrs. Langtry will head. To make known an "unlnoicn God. fice bo successfully makeherdebut at Wallack's cy Tbia Is my mission. I know I shall suc 5 ? Col.. A. M. Swopoand who has gained deft, not guilty as charged in the indict on Monday evening next. ceed. This brought me from Kentucky. CD sofne notoriety by reason of his c (lor la ment J. C Brown, foreman." the deft be 3 o w W. aj when the full tide of aucceso had set in It ii therefore ordered that r-J CD MARY JANE ANSWERS THE IWSTONiillain. This drew me from Cincinnati when there 2 to havo his superior officer ordered discharged. M. E. Smith, Cl'k. waa nitty indication of a thorough and ex " P in A Copy, Allot: Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. .TOth, 18S2. &' o down and out to make place for him, n. Ilnow.v, D. C. Mr. EJUor cflhe Interior Jmnial StanfotJ, I5yA tensive work in Ihe city. Ullier hands and l p o ti buxrytar in aJmnct. M. E. Smith, Cl'k. will he the instruments of that bless self. This young fellow rushes in to 50c. hearts Fee paid. The gentleman to whom your pajwr waa iug in both that city and Dayton in the Uy A. U. UnowN.D. C. K ct- - 50 jpriut to.say that "no one but a cowdirected containing a notice nl mysell by "0 L wo said before and which we that Hustonville correspondent, has handed early future, hut my work is here. How As p cd ard would make such base, false and now after investigation, me the aame and I have read the article. strange it islo me. I wonder in it all, but en -w slanderous charges." Wo havo made Mr. Ewell's acquittal did not satisfy Distance and circumstances alone preserve follow on. "Pray fur me that utterance o? be given." That is all I want. Krer in 2 " O CO err to your Hustonvillain. I am ordinarily a Jesus. no charges ourselvcsngainst Mr. Dwell a goodly number of his Tfl Geo. O. Bahn ks -woman of grave and quiet character, adb and of course these brave and big- - who aro still of tho opinion that he miring rather the NO, 2." "EVANGELIST than the - CD bond that sounding words can not refer to us, was cuiltv. The Guardian's is copied butcher knife; but that does not prevent Tazewell, Tenn , Oct ,30th, 18S2. the indictment crow out of erg CD voting man vear jmerwr: CD but wo will sny to Air. JIcKee that into tho Bond Record Book, a good uie praying earnestly that that 11 TjCD W In kIioiiM remain everlastingly , and Your kind oiler of a place In your Ul iiif'riiio but n fool would think he many pages behind other and similar II doesn't always stand for llustonville columns ia accepted with much pleasure, CD and I trust that your readers may enjoy has "refuted tho slander" as tho Lou bonds that bear date before the bond either. Pa I have noticed that whenever a woman the perusal of these letters aa much as I signed as security. His friends ad CD it, by a lsville Commercial shows a desire or capacity to rise above the shall the writing It will be a connecting o P. or avoid usual Jink between many of my friends and my simple denial from him. Wo admit mit this but try to explain it tho consequences by saying that the housekeeping style of female, there ia al- self, for, aa much as I would like to write S.rf bis word is as good as any ordina- unusual position of tho bond in tho ways somo man (I hate 'em.) to jump up to all of them, yet my time is so limited a O that In cd P- ry i man's, but what is an ordinary book was inadvertently mado by turn and try to drag her down as near his own that I am obliged to cut down even my level as he can. He is oftentimes so anx- small P I know how ! man's word worth when it comes in ing over more leaves than ono and ious, that he will even, when there is uncer- many list of correspondents.invaded twice a of their homes are CO P to tho sworn left blank by mistake, which blank tainty as to her identity, charge her with week by you, and so I can more fully ap- o diametrical opposition AsaJmlnUtrstoror Junes Wllllstni, deed.. I ariarosn Htssar ui filled with tho Ewell bond subse- being a man. Great Heavens, if all the preciate the value of a place with your H in will oo MonJijr. Hot. 50th, 1811, Utween lbs w CD recordsof a court of justice? And we was hours of 10 a. it. anil Ir.u, iell to ths blclirst Kven in this remote nook " 03 O two things women were men, and had been ao for the corresiKuideuls. quently. There are ono of LANCASTER, klJdrr, lbs KENTUCKY say. that in this instance Mr. McKeo certain, nccordiug to the specifications Jat 2,000 years, there wouldn't have b en your lauiiliar tyography is Been, and just Hotel in llKMloiivillc, Ky a mourner at the loot or the Irosa on Cal- before your pcatal came a gentleman oner- - o ST 1 is either iunorunt of the existence of of tho indictment, either tho Judge now by 8 C IViwrll. Tba l.ullJln JOIIX T. HKKII.NS, ritui'itifmuu vary's dark and dismal day, not one ed to let me read his paper before he got it. H-stout 2D ruuiui Thtrs Is toUM cirdni tho records relerred to or willfully and Clerk were ignoramuses or that a M CD Like another Illustrious character in his- iiut l must not abuse my privilege by pro n err "3 sl a rcmi mod lout ilLI and lut with inter. f 7 misrepresent them. He further says forgery was committed, and sinceMr. tory and petticoats. I want to he let alone. longing my letters to an unconscionable well on It, si w s tsrtut lot srrut tbt sure I A FIRST CLASS HOTEL the sukle. l'srlln dclrluj tuch mrri)r that Mr. Ewell is commissioned by the Ewell was chiefly interested, suspicion Let 'em jump on Dickey all they please, length. I suppose it must teem strange lo P- -' would Sod lltolbelr loltreitto s lbl UTurt deserves a bouncing, but not your readers, who only remember me aa a rtlcular, Th pstrsntt ol tbs pUlc imrchMlDgsUcwIitrf. Christian Chinch as a minister of the would necessarily point to him. In because she It Isiurroundrd be si rich latter ss Ihrrs Is In I lis sollcllnl, snd astlilMtlon guarinlvtd. rather wild boy, to hear ot my being an Here he shows his utter igno- the first place, if tho proceedings were me, not me. gospel. SUte. I litre are SeliurrhrsZ nr,ulr,.. rs lrct I'm not in the business or investigating Evangelist, but such is the joylul fact. I are (e Ths rance again; for that Church does not regular, why was an administrator's the identity of men, (drat 'em, I don't care can hardly redize it aa yet, and feel aa if o w I.) i wn trT P schools In lbs I'lico. TUrnilaa raoatsut nrniua aisl socliblslos faultatresm of commission, but allows any body to bond attached to a cuardiau's bond ? if they havn t got enough identity todistin- - I would wake some fine day and find mySDd othsr Irsttl Ihroujli the id sew. romuierelal ! Kitry thliix Iblnic Icu.l, lo make It una c) the 'preach who can get an audience. Why, They are entirely dissimilar in their guish them from a shovelful of dirt, and self still "Business Mamiger," ol "Le most dtalrsdli slid ruaiabU bolel auoda In the You know, Klste IKiii'i foiiEcl His da j, afij Inly rums. Mr. McKeo himself could join tliat nature and separato books are used for pretty mean dirt at mat; and l uon t want Troupe Kvangelistiiiue." Terms mid known on lbs day o' salt Church to day and go to preaching to- recording the bonds, lhen it iur. them nosing around me. say and that's the duubtless, about our departure from CinThat's all I've got to II I Wl I.I.I AMH, Adior. cinnati for Tennesee? is morrow, if any body wero fool enough Ewell was Clerk at the timo tho rec word with the bark on it. And now Mr. composed of Messrs. T.Our "quartette" J, STANFORD, KENTUCKY C. Barnum, L. But enough of ord is claimed to have been made,how Editor, you'd better be careful jouraelf. Garver and myself, as evangelists, and C C to co to hear him. OT-Hatlnc unhaJ Dawa.o'i tilahllihiurnl, 1 Mary Jang. McKce. Ho is not our mutton could ho become security on an adNot yours, Mr. Palmer as our Banker. He has a beauti M'CD ,3 will rouilnui. the Uilom arj krrp ixmitantlr i.n P. S. Don't get this mixed up with any ful voice am' when I accompany him on hand r'trab Holla IjmI IWrsd, ('ska and a fu I llus in this case, and wo will return to it. ministrator's or any other fiduciary Main St., Niniiforil, ICy. of Bro. Barnes' letters. We are pretty the organ we have good music, Praise the ofl'siillst llulla and oibrr (a(rrllabrrlrt. Iu The first chargo tn&do against Mr. bond, when chap. 39, art. it, sect. 32, much In the same cause though, for he a whlih llniiuthsslt.ntlonvf thsiiuhllr. I wilt Lord, fur without music evangelizing is a'su ktrp hnb Hah and Ewell is that nf stealing "a little red General Statutes, provides that a clerk fighting the devil and I'm fighting his poor work. I speak frem experience, aa I JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R, OYSIKKS AT AI.I. IKMI1CN. hog." We had this information from shall in no caso be taken as such. The imps.- - Praise the Lord. M. J. will tell you, directly. Before starting the troupe and quartette held a consultation n gentleman of unquestioned veracity whole thing has a bad odor and the I "PRAISE THE LORD.' stu sl Ihsasrilniol over the map, and we decided to go down OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 clrrk. win, willslwataU found Mr. Janica I'rsk st who declared that Judge Fuubus told smell continues to hang around the ira.ljr laniliilatsr on the C. S. iiy. and drop oil' at the first Nonwicii, Conn., Oct. 28, 18S2. to yuur wauls. Isn't lorrl that I alao kn him of it; that the case was tried bo clothes of the poor, persecuted, slan hs Dear Interior t county seat Kast of the road, Jacksboro fore bira.und that a compromise was dered man of God, tho Right Rev. R 92.00 Karly Impressions received a severe proved lo be the place, and despite "Bro. S Qi . HOTEL, tfheted by Mr. Ewell paying for the h Ewell. shock as I rode out with n friend to vis- - Nath's (you all know him) declaring that Whrra rindkut lan Special Accommodation to Commercial ths lowest rslca. tituinuodallons II U had sj w tT) H H hug. His friends, however, deny the charge was that' It one of the famous New Kogland Cotton 11 was the jumping nil place, we decided .. S T i i Tho third and lost J. I. AlllllN. bMui Travelers. rroprltlor. B- -fl charge of stealing but admit that there of bringing a slander suit against a Mills, we have all read about, iiy ihe to go there. So leaving the others in Cin a & c war aide, a little outside the city limits, in w cT was a civil suit against Air. iv.Yell for man who charged that ho had seen afield just sown in wheat, atands a small cinnati we ran down on the U. H. K. K. to U2 P4 PT. Huntaville, passing through all of KenBaggage Transferred Free of Charge a hog, which on the first trial of the him in a questionable attitude with a grassy mound, surmounted by a square tucky without teeing a familiar face, save SSTS CD CD O case resulted in a victory for Mr. Ew- certain woman, and that he ngtced block of granite, with the words one. I have recently taken charge of this house deeply cut and gilt. This At Huntaville we stayed a week, preachell; but on tho recond, the other man with tho defendant after the case was and intend to hare was successful and Mr, E. lost tho hog. removed to Knox, that if ho would Is the spot where, at that date, fell the ing night and day and "getting into the accommodations. great Naraganaett Chief of that name. harness," The republican we understand have confers judgment for $5,000 ho would brained by a tomahawk in a .treacherous 7 souls andao to Bak. The Lord gave us 11 anointed our KAHT 1 WJ3MT ! ST"1 to from Gen. Jar- - remit, anddid remit tho entirearaouut. hand, while a helpless prisoner. He was board and transit lothere, and paidHow obtained a certificate Jacksboro. (IU E. H. BURNSIDE, vis Jackson that he never heard of We had not time to get the record of slain at the instigation of my old friend, gladly we said "Praise the Lord" you can NUIITII t Mr. E.'s being "accusal of hog steal- tho matter but a prominent gentleman Uncas, who, with hia tribe were the sworn never know unless you commence the work VIA LOUISVILLE Ihe Naragansetts, though both tribes and get 7 souls in 7 days aa we did. So we This Old s 1MU Til at Woll - Known r2 ing and thinks ho is a gentleman," hut tells us that wo stated tho facts entire- foes offriendly My once he- went down to J. "gathering assuredly that whites. were Hotol Still Maintains the General is getting old and may ly as they occurred, us he himself is roic Uncas, It to the cut a piece of raw tho Lord had sent us," Stayed is aald, In J. High Roputation, cd W havo forgotten. Judge Faubus lives witness. If this is not true let Mr. Ew- Uesh from the shoulder of his dead foe, weeks. After the first week, Barnum three e . utl IU & MISSISSIPPI R. W. went Am in Jackson county, and of courso wo ell produco tho record to refute it. ate it, smacked Ida lips and said it tasted lo Cary ville, three miles from J. to hold CD" Its Proprietor is Determined that a my very. good. Down DAILY TitAINS 3 could not get a statement directly from It is useless to comment on these pedestal, never morefelllo behero from his services, and I went to Big Creek Gap. 4 it Shall be Second to no Country reinstated, 1 miles the other way, for the same purKe, him for this issue, but wo have been charges. Wo havo given tho record Hotel in the State in its Fare, ! for In my thoughts now, I only see leaving Garver and Palmer in J, At the refjerrod to him for that and other of tho Court and tho statements of doubt; Appointments, or Attenthe brutal savage, with all Ihe ferocious Gap I had the triple rule of organist, TIIK KAHT ANI MOUTH. tion to Comfort of crooked doings of Mr. Ewell. Inves gentlemen whoso testimony is instincts of hia kind, nnd away goes Ihe singer and preacher lo perform, and you , their Guests. ligation proves that wo had grounds in r'rsa 1'srlor Csra and New llajr Ocuulirs Without and leavo it to a just public gentle, manly, intrepid, handsome "Last of may Imagine how I longed for my singer 5 Cu au,-s-. sufficient for tho chargo as published. to draw its conclusions. Mr. Ewell the Alohicans," as accepted Iroui Uooper s when I gave the Invitation fur confessions. Mans. will bs caMSftd to aad frost lbs dtstt It -- DAXLY TRAINS w r CD Tho second charco was of forging may bo a saint but it is hardly proba wondrous tale.give would go a little harder I either had lo sing solo without the or- n 1 O 4 4 iu I him with me lo la I aiaaitrrlal Traitltrt. Tka Har will ha county records. Wo havo taken the ble that thero would beso much smoke ued to parting with oldup, were for not ao gan, or else start the congregation oil on Irienda truth's tlnsn aatslUd with tbt thalttit old hymn. I generally srasdtori.lqtora tad t'lttrt. troubloaud expense of getting a cer enveloping him were there not some take. Uncas eating a tit bit out of the some the familiar In spite of drawbacks, choso latler. tilled cony of the proceedings in that fire, und wo nek the voters of this (lis shoulder of Mlantauomo I What a brute I the Lord gave me 25 converts nnd 27 AND Till'. W13T. case and hero it is: trict, if, uuder tho circumstances, he I am glad he vrss the last of the Mohicans. anointed. Barnuui got at C, 15 converts ('sit slid Kar Uotiliss loUl, laiuls With breed of . LAUItKI, CIKCUIT COUNT. is the proper man to support for a Let the Cannibal,monsters die out. More and 72 anointed. We all met at J. for 2. out vuiugs. prefers It the last day, being Sunday, and had a glowho Tim Commonwealth of Kentucky ys. It L. seat iu Congress? And can demo- than a cooked, if underdone, as Robinson Crusoe rious time, and "8 confessions, reminding 2 2 DAILY TBAINS Kwell: InJiclnifiit. Uuctrator to Daughfrij A Holuitt, to stay at homo and let tells us. Ah me I he waa a myth ton. mo of one of my father's meetings. Praise The (Irut.J Jury of Laurel county In crats LouUrlllo lo IudliiiiiipollH, Cltlcngo, the name and by tba authority of the tho election of such a man go by de- There was and Is no Crusoe. Well, let the the Lord. So the total of our success to Ill-BNTANl'OHJ),. KKNTIICKY, Commonwealth of Kentucky, accuse Jt. L. fault? Wo think not. sNDTIIENOUTII Therefore, whole lot go. It ia a waste of granite, date ia 177 confessions and 147 anointed. Knell n( the ofTcnte of forvery br altering Bee that your ballot next Tueeday keeping up the whereabouts of such fellows Do you not ree the wonderful multiples of IJsjr Cuarbct and ltHllulun Chair Cart Through as U. and M. Stopped breathing. That MiufacTUtrt or numn public record committed m follow, numbers 7 and Without Uianisu. reaJs "Philip B. Thoiupeon,'' u man Ia Ihe conviction of my recoil. I may the gloriousnuy thing we mar3? If most judge bers mean i The said It. L. Kvrell on the lit day modify my judgment when I cool oil". favorably of our futuie woik by this repefar Witklilualun. Iliilllniiirr, I'hllmlrl. of March, 1675. in the county of Laurel against whom tho suspicion of uu IiIiIb, M-- Yurk mill lluslun, The Taftrille mill ia a stupendous affair tition of them. But we do not seek a deed never for u moment ami fettle of Kentucky, did unlawfully of 75,000 spindles, I am told; five stories tirn, and only look for success because the and with fraudulent Intent of collecting rested. This Is tbs Vir lWst loutr, Bt You Iltr No above ground and three below; working Lord has promised it. C'bauKoof Train. money from the creditors of K. Klam and Tin: Governor and tho Court of 2,000 hands and making a large village in The meeting here haa been In progress other fraudulent pur (sues, did commit a liars Tbroaah Usj Cotrbtton All Trslatt s yet. We forger? by changing an order on the record Appeals have wrought tho peoplo up itself, with stores. woikshoiM, and other for four days, but no hook nf the Laurel County Court, a to thn nitrdi wn hnvn lippn hmkinfr file concomitants. We saw Ihe familiar cotton are trusting fur 200 converts here. The T. H Horo No Midnight Cliaugos I build- - Denote look with ausidcicn on Ihe anoint The County Jmlise of Laurel Coun- all along by tho wholesale abu.o of Arrlrs at lit, Uula t llnura la idissrt of ing, but we know the dear Savior will lake T w lic;e it ty Court at the regular term of aaid Court -4 Otbrr I. Ufa, IhcriL sicurliiK luort thus M r It is amus- rk P for Feb 187-1- , had made nn the nrder book iiu I'ait.vuiiiu innvi vil iuu uiiu iinuii came out the desired fabric. All wonder care of that put of the work uitklugtrbsiisofrtri sod (tiling Slat cholis aud the stickling tor technicalities on ful and Indescribable. This enterprise ia ing how the : following order, watch us. At J they 4 0 O O M' CO of aaid Court the IM ot (csulursrsoft-ounwlliiaIluia. &l "I) I). Klaut, Ken . la hereby spo!nted the other. A mob iu lioyd county only 12 years old, but one of the largest took us for Mormon JCtJtrt looking for Uuardfar) for D I. Klam, Jun , who enter- -' fired upon llio State Militia as it was establishments on the continent, under a proselytes. Shades of Brighani I lo think rn O Sj" To ludlauaimlli and Chicago, and tba oulr n intn bond with C. W Catchlnj.'. aerurt coming d'jwii the Ohio iu the steamer single roof. 100 windows in a row give an that four Innocents should lie so maligned. 2 b O 03 go olta llusitlilDgliatrouia Idea of the length of rid along ty, and look the oath noulred by law " (Jrauito Stuto with tho prisoners, Neal two great towers and the building, with Its Ileio Ihe people do not know what to tinalestlc architectur- make of us. but will find us harmless after tbt thorct ol LaV Mkblgsn. That afterward' and after the raid Kf II aud Craft, who had obtuined achungo al proportions. A very line and complete awhile. We will remain here two weeks 1 P" ctaatd U lie clerk of the Laurel County ot venuo lo Carter county, when the dsui aero the Shetucket river supplies at least. I will be happy to send you a C9 CD Court and without the knowledge or For Tlckrlt, Kates, Tliu. Ms, At., lo power" in abundance. letter from each place we visit. Ont thing of the Judge nf the Laurel County troops returned the firo, killing 8 men ihe coveted "water Tlckrt AgrnlN of ('ouiirclliiK l.liits, or WAGOrS 0F ""aU. KINDS. addrwt Is a series of arches on the siuie we ask, and that, your prayers that "our Court, added In the aboie named or recited aud wmiudiifg 23 others, including This dam H.N. IIIIOWN Huuthtrn I'ssstigcr Ajt., Wa luankfactura Carrlanea ut .11 Jhm..i..iI.... : "Also be certain older, the folluwlnir words, principle exactly as an arched bridge only faith fail and then S. G. Cur. sib aud Walu hla.,IaiilaIIU, Kj. eio.loluf uulr P5 women and children. woikiutu aud ualna The larger lying on its aide instead of standing up,wth of success,not," according we will faith shall adiii'r of K KUm, bond wlih It I Kwell, lo our for W. W. I'KAUOUV, W. IU bllATTUO. onlj luslirlal, snd asll at rssiouahla O (Illi, Bu.t., (leu, rut, Agt., Dsurn woikuisuahluand uial.llal in.d aniirltr, wlitcli Mid eddition waa made ' number of the killed und wounded the arched aides up stream, of course, I It le done unto us. Praise Ihe Lord. Krer C J Cluclniisll MM, UAUUIIS:itTV. J. Willi the fraudulent piirjwwa t enabling wero only SicclHtors wllicll makes IllO ' never naw one like It before, though the in Him. W C IUknks. "" .I- -. matter all tho worse. Tho troops were unharmed. It is a terrible state of affairs when men because of tho laxness of administration of tho laws, think they ought to tnko criminals in hand, and we trcmblo to know that thero is somo excuso for tho thought in this lowlow State. Tun Danville Tribune will havo a denunciatory telegram from London in its issuo today, relativo to our article on Mr. II. L. Ewell. Tho sender of tho Tribune's telegram informed a gentleman at London of Its contents tho day it was sent, and as ho is one ot tho witnesses in tho indictment aforesaid, perhaps he might tell what ho testified to on that interesting (?) occasion. Ho told the aforesaid gentleman, however, that ho had "forgotten the character of his testimony." Somo folks, memory is all too short, plan mat be cuinmod know. enough, fur aught I t BRUCE, WARREN I CO. xr.A.r-,- jifspegogippuS fCenGP 2' ' ui ANNOUNCMENT :3U3Sa.: ?Bo" S3 ti Issues n horse-trnlne- CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. wry snow-stor- m iSfe!tU grtw g FALL AND WINTERDRY GOODS. lt U&SISsWh a"5 M 3STO0?IO3iTS, Wat-kin- s, lt A .J H Jg CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ' 1 SSmPO s ad o go P Opera-hous- e S pi -- paw p AV-- .. o "PiS p i & Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c., &c. .t-- fellow-citizen- plow-shar- !. 0 riS'2 0 S'&M. 0 oo o Fa- H.r K 20 0 p o iteatl-Jine- s husband-cuddling- , cradle-rockin- suss Sf I goods. We invite the public general ly to come and inspect our goods and This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable learn prices before buying elsewhere. Nale HIOOINS JIOTJNi;! oP aP2 1P iff. - ? Administrator's 1 $5 SM yet 8 a gS las. s t p ss. j Hl, Lluc-tru- s, ll-t- - CONFECTIONEItY T BAKERY! 2o3 p OJZ ST.ASAPHHOTEL .... ffotfi o S$fSgBr'ft&3 BOARD, 2 a HP 3aOP jUB R cLtt h. PER DAY. COMMERCIAL a 3. Q.S H MYERS HOTEL. STANFORD. KY. and first-cla- ss 2 P m.P;S5 y Propr. its 5-S- SimnP h a hip ufl ' I o op i t Lonisvillo to Ciiiciiiiiali r XiUiiisvillv to St, Xaouis aa P P aSoPTinBVI ? h Qm WM. DAUGILEltTY afi-ir- 8 op) it Fine Carriages, Buggies, confe-ilon- SSra ffittlS5 auliS. 5,P S p P'QS S gar "h s f- I' l- -r lt :p PS pr1 CPW ao ls e-- ANE con-ae- QO 4 QWmSft P PHAETONS, lP sly drtt-cla- u ai, I s -- -- i .r do to the "Twin Front," LINCOLN COUNTT. x aa?.iT3roiin3, Friday Morning, I'tiMrtrr (Mini North OotoW II llfggtn butcher knlve, Ac. Nr.w Itotrr.n MrAf. November 3, 1882 McAllaterA llrlglit'. for meat cutter Crab Orchard. icy. 7fil. or binhcl at Itriice, Preaching at the lliptltt Church next Sunday morning and night by Itov. J. M. Vi F. Kennedy smile over the advent of a daughter on the HOth, Clara NEW FALL AND OP- -- WINTER AT- STOCK ' Fiiwt Cnor L. A N, tOCAL TIME CARD. New Orleans Sugar and at McAlinter A Ilrglil'. i Mo-law- Mr. Will Higgin, who had a severi altaok of fever reveral weeka ago, hai re laMed and I now confined to hi lied again. LOCAL NOTICES. 1U I l,uo A li meeting Monday, and a It Mr. John IvdmUton hai graced her front Intercut evcryhod, let there lie n full at- - yard with a large new iiit, which the ha Hoy I'aiht) of Penny A McAllster. filled with the choicest flower. Mr. Mor-r- i IIUY jutir ammunition of ll klmli from endance. J. Harris, wife and daughter, Mir 1 let-liMcltoberU A Hiiftic. A t.AluiK variety of cook atove, heating are quite sick. Mr. Harris lit lieen Nkw stock of Jewel rjr ami Bllrerware at tove and grate juit recelvcil by A. Owa-le- confined lo Ids I bed since January last. Penny A McA I liter's. doing as well as can be Dwlght Hardin Low prlcei. Watch w, Clocks mil Jewelry repaired expected with so painful an Injur. Mrs tax-pa- y C. Wilmore of Mchnlatville, I I and warranted by Penny A McAllster. visiting Siikiiifk Mr.nr.vr.n after the Kai.L lot of Zeliflrr's Blioo just rrcele-e- d er In an "ad." Yau had better pony up relative here Mr. Ja. Carson ha gone for a protracted visit lo relative near Mt and for sale at J. II. AH. II. Miankr. If you know what' good for youraelf. Vernon, and London. Mln Fannie Coult HtANHAIiIi Hlieel Music, Vocal and Inhome In I'arktvllle. returned strumental, for 10 cent at l'enn A McAl I). KliAvi ha juat recelvctl a large lot of er ha Carson wa to her thi week. here T. II. itter'a. will tell coame and. fine boot, which he I.aikjk dock of Window Glass, all sites. from Ntar McCormacl'l Church. $'J up. He alwaa tell cheaper than Farmer are about done sowing wheal Double thick um tor Dower tills. Penny an one In town. in Hit vicinity. A McAllster. Montgomery left on Itev. J. JliftT rereWed a new lot of cloaka fur lv Tin: examining trial of Fount Tanker-ly- , day lo begin Q, protracted meeting at Satura die and children and a fine lot of Dothe oibncrof hi wife and child, baa lman. J. II, A 8. II.HllANKM. been otoned till tho Uth, when It will " Mr. W. Wigbain I busily engaged In (liirAT Kr.ii'iTioN In sheet music; HO, ornamenting and Improving hi farm, he 76 and 11 muiic now solit at 0 cent. JleR. occur at I.ancter. haa recently purchased near Mnreland's. ular site and on good 1'tjwr, at Mcltolwtta Mil. It L KwKI.t., repib1ican candidate Clark Cub bought of John Ileck 140 A for ConijreiM, will peak here to morrow at barrel of corn at $2 20 lo be delivered Hi I" week. Mr. P. tV. and Kd. Carter bought I r. x. Weiipioe there will be a demoPERSONAL. of Mr. McDonald a pair of work horse to Louisville cratic tpeaker to antwer litih, for $1.10. Hon. J. H. 0rau:r went The meeting closed on Sunday night. Ttwulay. I'UM. and oomplete line of furniture and The good that wa done only eternity can Mux 8. H.MoltonEUTsliaiRonalo lialnt-ln- g, good generally; oil reveal. The good sisters collected money IitIIIs to tlslt tier slater, Mra. Judge Mulr. chromo, frame, Ac , may lie found at enough to buy llru. Collier an overcoat and Mh. A. Q. I'AYMeand family of Crab II K. Wearen' at an lime. Price very presented It to him on the eve of his departure at the closo of the meeting. Orchard will more to MIsourl In a fewtlaya reasonable. Call. One of our neighbors wa very much Miw. V. (I. IU11.KY, Mra. Mary Itow. KNritlK to our corn ahow will be re- frightened the other day by seeing a buggy man and .Miss Joslo Wither nr in I,ouIs-Tid- e. ceived up to 12 M. Monday, Not. C. 'Squire dash by at such a rapid rate aa to warrant the supioItion lhat the horse waa running Murphy, who 1 taking great intermit In the MiuM.ll. MoMum.kn of ltocVoastle, how, Miy that the uccemfill man ahall away, but on inquiry it wa found that it waa Klder J. Q. Montgomery testing his wide awake slock trader, was here tliit gkln othrrwlie than the premium, a he I new buggy. week. Mra. Wigham I quite sick, her sister, looking (Or the bent corn for need. Mis Sue McGinn!! with her. Mis MotMil. (I. W.SllUI.TZ, the oiular agent Ciik-ui- t CouiiT. The cao of Jamea ile Itoyally a handnome and popular young of llie 0. H. It. It. at liinr.tan, wan here is visiting at teacher of Young v. the C. H. It it. for one car load schoolgrandfather's,Middlehurg,Hughe. Mr. tlil week on law litisltirea. Mr Z. her Hon. ttH. Him, W. 1 1. Iteerm and of tan bark alleged to havu been lout, re- flabe Lackey I visiting friend here. the youthful but coiiiU!)t Clerk of llie filled In a verdict of S0 and cool against Misses Maggie and Jennie I locker were the guests ol Mr Kd. Carter the latter part of Marlon Circuit Court are here on legal the It It. Itlchard Kharika for petit larceweek. Mis Matlle Pruett of Perry-vlll- e, ny wa given 00 day on the rock pile last I with her cousin, MinaAllIe Hubbusiness. Hailky of Hhelhy There wa a hung jury in the rac of A. O. ble, live the bye. Mis Allie passed loo Hon. Haiiiiisom con nl is on a -- istl lo his brother, Judge Jenklna v. Clark C!i,to recover Kea-In- n near a horse the other da and received a violent kick. She was more scared than of a horre Tht null created the W. (I. Halle, who it getting along well it would be aa of Ihe week. Mr J. W. Alcorn, at- hurt, however. She thinla with hi broken leg. easy lo die any other way a to be scared Miw. John MHtonwiTS, 8k , who hi torney for Jenkin, made aome charge to death. Mis JrfT Davia ltossell, our been III for sefcral month, waa rapidly agalnut Cili In hi preoh, when the latter pretty little neighborhood belle, haa rewent to prrw at 8 jumwd up and tiuciked out'You'r a liar, turned home from a visit to Goresburg. inking when till Mrs. Ilettie McKinney arrived home Mono'clock lail night. Klie wu fully conscious Kir." In an imtsnt, Mr. Alcorn had aeized day, from a visit to her sister, Mr. Phelp herself ready and willing to a ohalr and wa making for hi cmallant, of Madison, who is quite ill. and (iprcnl die. who a!o a4Umed a belligerent air, while GARRARD COUNTrT Judge Yarnon, acreained at theofQccr to LOCAL MATTERS. Paint Lick. arre( the iartie and put them in jail. UrMiiun." farmer are atill sowing A good man s They nrre ciught before they got together, Hit section; a large acreage will lions to the wife of V. 1. Albright, a when the Judge rescinded hi order re- wheat inthis Fall. hfl anwn . )n. manding Ihcui to jail and after delivering a We were bles'ed with a nice rain last acceptaat tinging reprimand, fined them $20 eich Tuesday evening, which wss ANuTlir.li arrieal of heating stores and put them under bond of $VX) to keep ble, a it was getting unusually dry in these W. 11. nigging Houlh.. " 0 10 A. M. j Moore. Doc Dillion I feeding 40 hog, a One a lot a can he found an where In this DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHIN&GOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, &0., irip.ii 1'r.ltaoNit having tkate belonging to Itlnk wilt pleMe return them the section, ZROZBT- - S- and will reside at Pine Hill, taking charge of the two little children of her deceased slater, Mr Crooke. Great interest I manifested by member of both parties here in the Congresion The demoal fights In the 10th district. crat are praying confidently for "Little Matt'" success, and the republican are certain that John D. White will win. All concede, however, that the fight wilt be clone. A change ha taken place In the management of the Altamont Coal Company. The president W. M. Howard, and treasurer, Geo. D.llrownlle, retire.! from the concern, selling their entire slock to Mers C. Crooke and C. S. Nield. The price is not made public, hut the figure were $15,000. The Company will now be organized on a new basis. At no time ha the interest In the Congressional race been very great in Ibis county. A Reneral antli seems lo have pervaded both parties. Within the past week, however, some stirring i noticeable, and the Indication now are that a tolerbly good vole will be polled. The county may almost lie set down a doubtful, though the republican generally claim and some democrats concede a small majority for Kweil. Dr It. G. Iteilil, formerly of thiplare, SK.T .inVrUTlSr:Jlfc!(TS. LYTLES, - - Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W- Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. I I Lan- Mrs. Kato Dadderar, Mncaiisr street, NOTICE TO TAX-PAYER- S I actuatooce. You who liar hr.t m tlp.1 vour KM! by aotllliiK st ones, si I muil CsM I hiTfl irM out mr TUkcrr ft ml ConiVfllnnfrr bfM.ncM In Mttnfcjrtl, ani wmiM Uk I tat a larof If II MraoD imJttttM to me would etmie forward tml Slnufiirili Kcntnckj, lleA atln lothl. 1 smlgtt yvur neelpt. tl the ('oiiri.tlntiM next Minilsy, r my tmly. Isns will ssrs lists Hi money. h. II. F. IAW8N, j. n. m:Ni:ri:i:, .OF- i '. NOTICE! Notlco Is hereby clrtn that tlie umlenljnej pcr nthsra KSocUteJ thrmselrei together and form ed a rorporitlon under the nsrne of the lluitnn- riiiesiui rompany." iiieisiuesor tho corpora 1 lis prlndpsl plice tnrs sra si hereto iulneillie.1. ortiuilnessofssblrarpnrstlon If in llustontllls. Lincoln county, Ky. Thebu.lncnaof theconpora Is daily receiving nsw snd I nllful Millinery floods of eterTilwilpllin jiiilns of Ihs lai-r- st s: styles, anifmtlsdy who Intenda Luylna; In her line should f.il toeslton her Prlrts sslowsa Ihsluwnt. Hho Is thsnklul lor pat v rs sml hfpprs lor their conllnuanre Mrs. Mollie Myers haa ensign of the Mantua.Msklna der(-inen- t. which Iss sufficient (osrantre thst hercua 8'J-l-f lomers will rind noeanasforeomplalrfl. t. A GREAT SALE - Htn'. First National Bank. Ornra np CourTsoLLxa or WimaRAS, !) latterly a Surgeon in the U.S. Army, is now engaged inlhe drug limine, a member of the firm of W. II. Savage A Co, of Mile City, Montana. The busines lboth wholesale and retail and the firm is said to be the foremost drug Grm In Ihecity. Miles City is situated en Tongue river in the Yellowstone Valley and lias grown trom a village of 200 people in 1878 to a city of 2,200 lnl8S2. WATNE COUNTT. isr vrr thi (Fridy)TenInK,at MoAlitler A IlrlslitV Fiiwh Ov-tk- iui ' Juikik M. II Owsi.r.Y will .peik at Lib erly and on ilia ltolllnR Fork neit Mon-dA a. HANlHOMB.IIne of Itrunte Callcoc, the latet out, just received at J. W. Hay-den- '. pickle In bulk, Just Hracivcii fresh oat meal, rracked wheal, hominy, mince ui at, Ac, McAllster A Ilrlght. new pronounced Mr. J. II. Craig a lunatic and he wa on Tuenday taken to the .Asylum at Lexington. The illeeaee haa been developing for month and It la very aad cane. Cannkd (looim. We carry the lrget and Most select slock of canned good In the city, nod are prepared to offer citra Inducement by doien or cane. California cIaltT. McAllster A Ilrlglit. good a A jury ha the .eare toward each other forono year In the meantime Mr Alooru bad cooled ofi" and recogniting the fact that he had made one atuteuient not untamed by the with Mr. Cili and fact, be indefricn there appearing to ba juie difficult in hi giving bond a none of hi friend were in town, Mr. Alooru very mvnaniinoui)ly put hi autograph to it,and ijuiet again reigned in Waraaw. J. IS Fitli, W. O. Oooilloe and W. II. Itceve wereaworn In a attorney in tlili Court John June, negro, who wa charged with Mealing a couple of cow, nltenliiry In waa given two yotr In the which to learn better manner. W. A. Walker confeed to ttcaling a ring from a part in Huitonville, and a jury gave him one year in the penitentiary. John L. Coffman for Iioum breaking alo confewed and got two ear. Ilia brother. Fry, inwill be tried dicted for the name o(!en lhtA. M The Grand Jury ha found 05 indictment and arettill in teuton. DEATHS. Mia Kveline Kite, daughter of Win. the Udiea are Invited and tho management with hi coiuDiIlte, will consider them hi Kate, living near Ml. Salem, died Tuexdav guest, and ee that they bate a good llrae, of typhoid fever, aged about 1!) year. She (ientlemen will be,assesd the a amallaum waa a member of the Iteform Church. Cu)YD-- On Tuenday night lait of tyand they loo are cordially inrlted, phoid fever, after a wcek'a lllnew, Micheal Our reporter there sends Cloyd, aged about 27 ear. A little over IIuhtonvii.i.k. n the following: It. W. Iiradlvv, an old a ear and a lulf ago he led to the altar, of thi place died llila morning (Tliurs-day- ), MI Alice CaMi, whom he leave to mourn of cancer. .Mr. H. has been a siilTer-e- r lit crl demlte. Mr. Clod wa a profe-ao- r for several yean, and death In hi ote of religion, who lived up to it teachCharing and be wa known fur hit sterling inmint havobecn a welcome relief tegrity and many exrellent trait of charlie Harri U reported a getting Along acter. The aympathy of man friend i butallll very aick. widow and weeping with the remain TlIB largest sale of real estate that ha family in their illUition. The Wedneswere Interred in Hulfalo Cemetery occurred in thi section for yesnt I that day afternoon. advertised in thi Issue to take place at RELtdlduS. Crab Orchard on the 17lh of Hit month. Kid. Llvtnimlon'a meeting at Hall Obl.W. (I. Welch, a agent,Ac.,wlll aell the flan haa hid 0 addition. It will close to- entire landed eatale of John Shanks, deceas-eand a better chance to secure a valuable night. Kid. Martin Owen and Shackleford or a comfortable home rarely present closed a aeven day' meeting at Pine Hill which retulled in seven addition. Itev. Dr. C. C. lleally of Htcubenvllle, Fine at l'AtiKsviLi.K. Our friend Mr ()., throughout the country in 0. II. Hockerient u the following Preabyterian and educational circle, i ear. At Hit writing, 12 o'clock, tho rev dead, aged eighty-threCommunion Service at the PresbyteJdence of Mr. O. 1. Coiatl is burning rian Church next Sabbath. Preaching will there being Tcry little wind, It I thought begin Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. Itev. L part. We never aaw Harvy Ulan will aUt the paator. Parhe will aafe the men we more energy In behalf of an ent are reiueled to present their children morning serluan.Mr. Cozatt being an extremely opular for baptttm at tho Saturday Moat of the vice. the caue. merchant here laW, stock aihTcrop. furniture waa aated. Lom aupoitd to bo $1,200. The fire caught from a Hue. about Wanted. A No. 1 milk cow and calf J will pay the cash. J, 1. Price, Stanford, Ky. Vl' II Mill..,. tuAlit IIim Knrni.irln farm leaked but that in the dark and It ha diurnal back room ot the pout cilice In of 112 acre near Turneraville, to F. M. lor ;w.ou. llutler, Stanford, a number of l "truly loll" wet Flenner, ol MetcalfeI).,ha sold hit llovle John the dark nj;hla of thi week count farm of lOOacre, advertlned In thi during one of and laid their head together aa to the bent paper, to Samuel Johnnon for $50 per acre. ear Mr. Jame Crow gathered till manner of dtipoalng of tae prelty good ill buiheli of Orchlied chunk of the llubhll corruption from 43 acre of land two montha later cut ard (Ira Seed and Wah-Inglofund lhat bad been aent berafrom 25 large slacke of hay from the same land. Itwi" agreed, to ouUnformatlon , to lay low and make a tu( hunt a It got-THE INTERIOR JOURNAL CORN SHOW. were, till flection dty, and theory vote Our corn ahow will occur on the Glh of right and left. They nro ayare lhal November, count court day, and premiof Wchaa. um will be awarded a follows; I!et 12 there It a good deal 2d bettwhltes best yelable material here and the Inleuoto play ears white corn, and best mixed, 2d beat yellow; buying It f"r all it U vworlh. low, 2d beat the game of mixed; best bread corn, 21 best bread corn; Dili being the aUle of the cajtcheroU well making eight premium in all. For first oivu ... . in ihantlit-- i citleaof thedltlrlct. i be- i...... .... win ,, . tl. Kpmi.Weeicly "W ..... litore the democrat to awaVo from yielr NTKiiioiiJouiifALaiid two other pajer, ami lor seconu premium apthy and go lo work. Oicoume liieyare and one other. Among the un io be seaper to ul, notexected to compete with tbe rinII lected from are the Weekly (Xuntry (lenUtiimn, of tote. 'Ve have po AtnericunAiirwiUuralul, can la the purchase hundred thoutaud ofllce bolderato rob fr Weekly N. Y.&'un, FumcrtUmM Juurnal&e. be numbered and Judge the fand but we can ue our bA endeav The entrlesJtlll interested. Nothing lew by thoe for the dwiocracj chosen ora U get out a full vote than twelve eara are entered. Hring along aiidwemuatdoit. U--t every mA ataud your sample and make the Iblnc a Interesting as potuible. to hi pot. citl-teheart-broken Tub Itlnk open tonight, to which all deal of sickness ha been in Ibis villace recently. Among the number we will mention the following who li.rn been confined to Iheir bed with something like malarial fever: Mia Nannie Hlavin, Jno. 1J. Parks, C. S. Campbell, earen. Samuel Warnlcutt anil Win. Jno. H. Wearen ha proven himself lo bu the bos sweet otato raiser in this section. He dug some of the finest ones Isst week we ever beheld, several of them We would weigh from 5to7pound our sincere thanks for a basket fullof them. We ctn vouch for their superior excellence lo say to your C. S. Campbell denlre Lancaster reporter that aa soon a he gela well he will visit the Copper Creek pike and sv about the loose tiger on that road He says that all the loose tigers, bears, lions, panther or any other dangerous animals can not teen htm off lhat road now. He thinks be will be like Danltl of old, that he wilt lie amply protected by the Almighty power of God aa he ia going that road in a good cause. Pkhhonai. II. F. Slaven and family, have recently returned from Texas, after a year' sojourn In that Stale, lie will move to tils farm the 1st of next year. J. Warren Slaven ha also returned. Mtsa Anna Gnodloe of Iancaster ia vUitlng friends here Mr Mg. Gormley and Mis Jennie Huchanan of Crab Orchard, were visiting friend In thi vicinity last week. A certain young farmer here, says ho ho; Miss Jennie will return again soon, for he enjoyed ao many nice horseback rides with her; but he hopei to have a better aaddle horse when she return. Jno. W. Hoat-rigand family left last Tueiday for Missouri, to make that Sutetheir future home. A good ht prls Montictlh. Judge Durham and Col. Proctor Knott to sical here this week. are expected turning out better The coin crop even than wo expected. Farmers are about done seeding wheat. Jame Vaughn and rife started on a visit to Middle Tenneseeo a few days ago. Mr. V. is prospecting for a location in that favored region. Mr. Loomis. who has been superintend ing the operating of pump at the Otter He Creek Oil well, wa In town doe not recard the urosiiect very enconr aging at present for getting oil in paying quantities. Diptheria in a malignant form ha made its appearance in the Mullenbnrg district in thi county. A little daughter of M. Hack' died last Sunday of the disease There have been other death and other esse are reported. Dr. Wm. Itvan of Parmleysvllle left this morning for Louisville, whither he goes to purchase goods. Mr. Win. Hay aud Ksfon of .Louisville are at the Hardin House. Mra. P.ellio It. Jones left to day for her home In Tennessee. 1 llonlttorsrry ons Plourlnf Mill, run by slesm, snd do sll hutlnes generally done st such Mill. The csplul slock Is eight thoussnd dollars, divided Into shares of one hundred dollars esch one-hs- lr thereof paid snd rrtldusto ba psld In Insult luenls ofnotexceedlni20 per cent ol tha residue. on call 01 the Ilosrd of Directors snd sfter at least lirlri-st-lsol John rihtnks, twenty diys notice to the slock holders, failure ol AiAeentof tho deal., ami tfSlisnkiA lluctisnin, t will, on notice to stockholders lob-neiruso ti a ,tock. holder dulr notlflc!. The coriNratlon ia t eotn. theSlitday ofOctolnr, 1882, inl roiitln-ti- e Infineon fur twcnty.flTS years front that date. The of the corporation will li coiuluclnl hy seven who srslosppolnt one of their number AtthsMarihnn Hotel In Crab Or hsr.!, Ky sell Directors, and Treasurer, and one of thrlr number, President folto tht lilgheit lilJJrr, st public suction, the rwretary, and sn rltulon for Directors Is to be lowing vsluibte sml deslrslite real rotate: heldeacli year at the principal place ol business, November, Motulsr LvriiorisD on the first Directors, Inwhich Is to Ieieent the flrat i election for held on tli vith an titrllent britk 2lstdayofOtlobcr.l8Sl. Ths hlgliMt tmount of Farm of about 300 Indebtednesa. direct or eontlnnnt. lo mitknixupon it, tituate on the Iinmiter piLe, corporation may any lliuslw subjecteilwhich tha la lour si (Are. mile from LVao Urtnaru, Ihouaauddollais I'r.vate property o! the ia to k exempt from tho ilel.li of 2 A 111A CV 0'6fl ACIUS OFLASD. said coriiorallon. This 21st day or Octotcr, I8i. on sum pike, 1) mile from Orub Orthanl,wilh W.P.CAKPCNTRU, J. K. UAUdHMAN cut.iui1iilile tenant luMtt on it. .1 A CO II COZ T J. KOIIINeo;;, TT, MAMIJhI. 11EID, li r. POWKLt, a. nnicK nusiNKss house. M. Vf. 1IOSK, OKOIWle. W. IIIVFE. cith the lot on uhich it iuitaale, in the centre of 1 Crab Urcluxrd. lite bmldimj via two ilory ana tontaiiu onfiriiitoor two large and coiiunodiotu ttore room. 20x00 feet. tm oTit'A'i' VM.M.M4M4. kmilH-WIl1. J J.Kt. in Crab Orthml of about acre, on which it a neat, ntw n,i.( comfortable cottage. 5. A LOT ON Ml' VMISOX STMWT in drub Oirh utl anUiining about one acre, on IIA. REAL ESTATE ! tiieuniieraigneu. u nas urcn nisue to sppear that the TaKiatisr Dspsrtmknt. Tiia Ccsasscr, Wasiiisotox, OctolierJ, 1881. Ily satlsfarlory ertdencs pre n 11 to "TMr.f TTattnnnl PonV FRIDAY, NOV. 17, '82, a vmmix asi) atr. In tie city ot rJtamord, In (lie cniinty of Lincoln snd r) ste of Kentucky, haa rompl cd will sll tho irovl'ions of the ltevlaed Htstutes of the Unlleil 8tates required tobft compiled wlthlfuresn bsm,. r, clstlon shsll lie suthorlaed to cotDnietiralhe of bsnklnir. Now, therefore, t. John Jsy Knox, Comptroller of the Currency, du hereby certify thst tha "Flrat cianioni. in ine cny oi oianioru, , .riauonai iianaoi f. ... ,u.-.--. ...- -. I. provided In aecllon Arty-ohundred sml slxty- llino ol ine itcviscii Diaiiiiesoi ine uniteu oiaiev. In testimony whereof, witness my hsnd snd seal this 111. day or October, 183'. No. 2,783. Cumptrollcr " nf BtaniOrQ, ' in luenjuiiiuiuiiuuiuiiiuoiBieui Arniuci,, i, .,.,.,,,, thi,u.in.oM.ankln:aa J01IN JAY KNOX, of Iho Currency. a J. rl. IIockks, President, J W. MrAtisTii, Csshler, Jinix J. McHobksts, Aral. OaiMe- - titi nf wivmnn l.l comfortable Aon. resilience which men and a goal Mi$ Sale Woefi. I or SI'TIAIBIIxIKI! Wo "SO Jim black nnith C. A VACANT nVILDlKa LOT OF i acre, on Utanfonl tired. 7. A TllAOT OF A1IOVT 400 AGIIH8 of Knob land at Tnrkeytoirn, ixmth of Vrab Urchanl. 8. TllliTWO STOnrmilCKSTOllE- Aouse oflluclianan ,t Shanh, near the centre of one of the betl buvnm Urab Orchard. ITon rtandt. and bent and matt tulatantially built houtei in the county 9. A OUIT- - CLAIM TITLE TO A tract of about acret of Knob land, South of Vrub Urchard, lately occupied oy Ji. ji Sioacn, The ul will tiectri st 10 o'clock a. ., snj wilt No better be without rcMirsttoa or opportunity rouIJ bs olTereJ for Inrmtiuent or tho purchase or good homes. TKBUL-Credlto- fO and 12 months, with 1r cent, from date ol ails, llouds required, with good iwrional security; or iiurchawri m.y at their op-lipay ),, 'A ot all in caih. rouculon given Jan 1, Having bought out S. II. llnugliiiinii, wo avIII keep on Iinnd a nice lot ofllorscs and Xiuggies, which wo will let at reasonable rates. Will also hoard Horses COALFeed. jaADlE, a And will swap for all kinds of to receive TIIJLS Hope hy the day or week. arc also in liberal share-- of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. 2VUJVEf,IsEir, BTAntScDkV. Respectfully, 16M,or before, B. K. WEAREN, . AND ' His Brother. In the melancholy days she (lowers Utile Jenhas perished with the nie, daughter of Frank and Olivia Hayden, died Monday, evening, Oct. SOth, a bright, lovely child of 0 vears. Thua early l.niaMl awav the cherished idol of fond parents, the oldest, and dearest, if pos'ible, nf llnlnliinil of four, for hers waa a na ture motafIectiouate, and In her tender, clinging, way drew hearts toward er Itnw nden sre wo reminded lhal the "Fair est flowers are the first to decay." Thus, Urn wild its hliehllntr frot)ia early chill .,! this bud of uroruise. ere the tender urrn unfolded. Aneels transplant ML VERNON DEPARTMENT. ed it from our earthly garden to the bow- Sam. M. Burdttl. Editor. era of Kden, there to shed its iragrance anu lie resinned, be ltt's redeem Itockraslle. klnnm In radiance, bo at the oll reaved inolher, and let not your selfish heart Kyery democrat should next Tuesday. .ta.ll nnnn miir loss, but look above, and Don't forget that next Tuesday, 7th with Ibe eve of faith, see your darling Inst , t the election. grouped with angels singing anthems of Train will be running to Williams, praise around the throne of a dear ltedeem-e- r burg by the loth inst. and rejoice with David of old that you Come to the poll next Tuesday early H. !in go where she ha gone. and vote for ''Little Phil." neighbors to come Get your democratic hew aivkktim;iik.tk. to come to the polU and vote. Them ounlil to be a general rally all along the line line between thi and Tiiea-J- Obituary. Died, of tyiihoid fever, Oct. Slat, Mi- years. chael Clod, aged twenty-seve- n liy liia unsellisn anu ancciionaie hsh-silio- n, he imbeded himself in our affections and 'lis with great sorrow that we give him up forever on earth. He set hi affections on few and loved them so ardently that he was blind to their Imperfections. He was humorous and joeose, and was more spirit-n.l- lr minded than he amieared to be on thia'account. He loved money for it en joyment, not its poesion. He wa frank ml haled deceit, and waa an ardent ad mirer of the truly good. It Is with great sorrow that we part with him to meet no more on earth. "We shall go to him; but he shall not return to us dlrln to Inupcct sny (if theM properties will be sirorded erery luclbty for doing u. or rurnltbnl with any Inf.mutllon upon notifying the underlined st 8tsufurd, Ky. w. a WKi.uir. Agent, Ac. Nor. 2, 1S32. reruns FOR SAMS! logONi: II (INDUED ACBUS. with good dwelling bouw snd ill necessary outbuildings sn.i urcnaru,In (Urrard county, Ky., six miles from Crab Orchr.. will 1. tnl.t rliesn. nn euv terms, as the own. erltsbout to ooKige In other butlnoi. Apply on the premises or by letter lo Bj-iUKO.li. PATTEN, Crab Orchard, Ky. linn BEM..1B US IrlS&BfmLfBB, MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full line of PUBLIC sale: II, 1SS, Parlor Suites, Chamhcr Suites; also cheap Beds, Bureaus, Wash Stands, hest Cotton Mattresses, Lamp Stands, Corner brackets, Center Tahles, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. I also keep constantly on hand a full line of Robes, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. Hayden. STOCK, CROP, &C. I will orTer at public tale st my firm, on the Stanford snd Mlltcdiievllle pike, on TVESltAV, XnVK3lilKR Tliresorfuur hundreJ shocks of Corn In the Held. 8 or 10 staiksof Usy, 2S young 'at Hogs, Cows aud Cattle, some Kod Calves, 5 or 6 fancy 2 year-ol- d Tearliucs, a good 2'liorso Wagon, ona rockawsy, Plows, llsrnraa, Oesr, Ae , one llucknyo Mower, 10 abares of Stanford AMIIIedgevlllo turn plkealock, tome llouMhold and Furniture. Sale commences at 10 o'clock, when terms will be given. IIAMKI. NTAHd. 8MI E. P. OWSLEY lias Just Oponod a FJno Stock of Consisting of Also, a Nioo Lino of l.n FOESALE! lIANl.SO.ME KESIWEXOES. n. Havlni? determined to locale my smllr lo Kr.. t will otter for salo to llie hlglifst Ud on der, MONDAY, NOVEMBER O. 1882 BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GO.ODS. I am oponing daily a Full lino oi tho Best Goods in tho Markot.to be sold at Bottom Frioos. Call und oxamlno. BU Hsndnomo IletlJenccs, all the best located proiierty In Stsnford, Hire of them nearly new,d They ind all tr them well Improved. Anthouy,sro nowoc-euiile- t. lloy blew-arby II. O. Alford, V. J. Dr. Wilson, Oeo. II. llruce sod myself. cash; balance In ro,ualpay-luenl- a, one and two years; 6 percsut. Interest (rout at dale. Hale will comiiiencoat 10 o'clock A. M.and residence of Ilea. II. Bruce. Ms imIiIvs. M-t- d. W. I'BAIUi don't you lorjel It. GARPETS.OIX CLOTHS .TRUNKS TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. Tasus: line-lhir- d y n e 1 m. .... Democrat tee inav your uauoi uai nulhing on it except the word "Philip II. Thompson." The greenbacker will vote for rhomp-son- . Al least several ol them havo done good work for him. Disaffected democrat should remember that thi I a square fight between and radicalism, and return to their first love. A number of Pine Hill Coal Company's employe moved to Laurel tliia week, where they will work for toe Allamounl Company, It wont do to Ihtnk Dial becaue Thompson will be elected anyhow, you can therefore afford to stay at home. Demll next ocrats, your place are at the at Ohio. The democrat jlicre rose in tlieli might and swept the State like a tornado. Kvery democrat In Kentucky ought to vote next Tuesday, 'lhat would give us eleven Congieamen beyond a doubt. The iNTKliloii Joubnal'h chaplera jo omiiieu in thelifeolllon. U. i.. l ...... .... FOR SALE ! MUSS Having concluded lo remove ut to Tessa, I offer for ItcHltluiice loit OrCombined In one, chard, Ky., uu Uncatter strett Tha builJIug Ita stones uin, itei a"""""-talntwo snd ons-lia- ir I will oiler at public sals lo lbs hlsluat bidder, la iOxto, dour In Danville, on lu all cltht rooms. The store-roo- m Iwfors the lVurt-IIouwith counters and shelving- nlcelysn J properly AY, XO tha oulbullJInga OMwasry lo with til and ths tsslo ol the woel faslldfous, and (Couuly Court day) between the hours of 10 sud .,..i.i.ir -- .in.Vi iirtn. tnulnlmr ISO seres. sn abundance or purs wsier wr household iiuiio,liesulirul shsds snd fruit trees all lu Kra eirtpl 10 acres, bsa on It a oniforts- .... adorning snd besutlfylug tho entlrw piemUej, sll bisdwsliing, gooa uwauuw u, u.u, pesra, pliima, chertlrs. Ac , In a good aud heslihy coudltlon. Any ous dlr-In- n seres. I trull-app- les, .......Alllnj Kiirlnn of water. Is wltbln a elitsp yet vsluabls realdence, suioiib selsv. -- ., a er sud prosperous people, would dore well to can IK mil" of UjiivIIIs and sdjolus the farm of lieu-l- n and examine ihe piemlaea before pu baaing llenlry on the weat, sud known si the Waller cailr lulsnes In 4 . Termi restonable Fields tract. Terms:-Oiie-tperceat Inler- w-- tf .wm. I .iinual naviuenla. sud s e.t from dsy ol tale until paid, mouer lirnrelslncd iiurcliasa on Ike lanil for tbs tV IIiihIiicms tltuatej In the town of Crab llotie. PUBLIGSALE A VALUABLE FARM. MOND . VE.UIIEU 20, '82, w. Shelf Hi housi: NIIOKS, DEALER mumm IN- - unmini. Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, noitsi: SllOK naii.n, joun r. sTKont Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, Straw Cutlors, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, Sale of Lot in Stanford lil"ri ! glrcn January I, I T, a. has iww, AKeut, former biographies, greatly enraged the livr. but no one deule that the l.if.irin.tlnn contained In those chapter i true. -- Mr Kw.U retirement the corporation and monopolists. A vote for him is a vote to make Iheiu allll wore oppressive. Mr. . A vole Thompson repreent Ibe u for him I a rcuuae 10 corpurauun Ew. I.IMCOLN CIKCUIT COUIIT. Nsllousl Itank of Kl.ufurd. l'ltr.va. M.C. Dennis, J. u. DCllliia sod sud Johb C. Coor, Ufta , lit liiulty; M. Johnli Lni. ........... I.lrt n Pnyu P.llllilU. Va. Wulleo of nit and J.' U. liounlt, Hfls., In PUBLIC SALE Slock, Crop, 3G. Ioleiiilln lo moTS lo Anderson rounly, I will 'I uuw oiler st public sals on tbs farm where llebsy iraiuiH I'laie.H In luouln rountir. known ss ths ou IVvlrlurs ora Judgment of IbelJncoln Circuit tauss. it III Court, rendered lu Ihs October term, last, Ihs uudrslucd Beclit tomr. sbovs-atvl.- 4 will, on TUKSIAY, NOV. 1-- Hi, 18S2. - r!' Ojurin-Joum- At tne Cstuil.Ueus-t door lu tjtanlurj, Ky., es IKWS ... i.. rt ti.. iiUii.nil Iml lilJJer. ttis rsui rKOi-LKou wblcli Orrlass blionsua lbs Ul street lu It Is slluateJ. Hlatibrd. au4 on u.KorlbatJeufUlu i -l .... Ik. K..,ll. ti lha lauda bf K. 11. tlivll.H. MVW ?.!.... . , Al. ,llA suit, u IU" tsi uj iui ui " m. ll.ii.tti.rltf of W. ot J. -- Guanu Haixy I Dr. J. J. Urown will ttoulh by Mtlu aUMl ana Wt by lit C. IJsunls. 1 U. aud lrorly ofto rnloits aM.uiorttaij on speak in the Glade at Adams' School-hous- Wallai-s-tb'1 Monday. Nov. Cth, at night. Sever-a- l saidbs sals will La uadswllb 0 cent, lulerrst iirofcrly for 1000. other person are expected to speak. from Jsu. Si, 'tl, ualll )uld, and tbs rusts of tbls The occasion will bo made a grand demo- - ""Tat'sit. Tbs sals will bs waJs ou a ereJIt of sis cratic rally. Kvery body I Invited lo at- uoutbs. A bond lor lbs (luribsiH) wits, payable seiurlty.Uarlu lo tiiuis,ltloner, with Mr snuuui from Misse Ida and May Adam havu re- liilere.tsltbsraleolOrcul. of lbs pur- sals College at Harrod-burg- . dais If sua suulll nlJ, ltl taliiedf for of turned lo Daughter's (baser luu win resigned t)snlllsouhslluitoulll ilks, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1882 tulles from ..... '." tr her NlelJ haa IKiallion in the faculty of that Inslituliou Mr. isms. 1 v T. skUt I. IIIM.. Jr.r rllsllWr. Klttben Furultuto snd satlous vtber artUlea. Taaats. All tuiua ol III) and uudtr, cash; oier- - "T ..i.i . ..ulltilll lauuirr 1. ItSS.tbs tiurI ii... ssvu- (iaa ihswrs llus boud wllb sptroredteiuilty, u,.i. tlatlsaud xablssl lbs Kirst National )Unk of Hlaurllle. tlslo be.lu tl o'cloik M 1 Tbs lullowlng .roKily, sis W bssd of t'sllle, --of wUHU will weiuu uoiii ,.v . earl Ina sod i Ulni( ealra guoil, tu Ik Ours snd MUrslsoiusoflbeiu Cale,sNo.lUulsColl.aoiusfat llos, a raiuy aaJdls Mars, a lars lot of llsyof uodsr roof, about Vo&itt. sll uy IU)hoksoflVru,UOHiucka. Ksruilug luiplemsuls, IntludlUK, s TluMuaa liar -,.vllass sua a ifoou a uorjo fd. ...v uy ... THE StoveSjTinware, Fruit Jars Groceries, Jalt, Liiwe, QUEENSWARE, QLASSWARE, Comont, &o, Also CHAlYIPI01r -- w., GX.NVI1VK STEEL PLOWT, Aud OIslVEIt i:iiii,t,i:i now. tho- - VI 31 JOI. A, ilHII.w. None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal, ing, &c, done on short notice. T. M. JOnNSTON, ) Baloamon. Roofing, Gutter DAVID SKINNElt, 'm i f Xrrsa3aCsan-isiir iiSSSSSiSsft 's1'"""1 i isam "'""""''""' H ,h SA im wnat no nas miMoa, un, what ft nees jx-t- hato tAngnt your tnpm;ignor-amn- s to lovo you. tell mo frankly if you blunderer was destiny, thus to deny this man tho ono gift that would havo mado will marry him I' " I would not, if 1 could havo escaped him irrcsistihlo I" seeing him again," Raid Dora wickedly. And then tho postscript : Friday Morning, - November 3, 1882 " I havo at Inst fully decided not to " But sinco you could not ?" Dora turns an arch faco, wet with hap accept tho hand of Mr. Ilnghcs. May ho rind tatter appreciation elsewhere. py tears, to meet Lawrence Farnsworth's DOHA'S lOSOHAMUS. With nil his cleganco and culluro ho is thrilling kiss. And thus wo lcavo them to n future, bright and peaceful as tho was a lovely Juno morning in tho not tho man who can fill the heart of It country j tho air ralolrnt with tho neent "Don Glade." lovely sccno outsido tho rustics school of mjrirul lilomonm mid mnnicnl with tho And theso words of I'ttlo's letter, in house where Dora Glado first met and loved her Ignoramus, isongn of m mnny wild hinln, when Dora reply: Qlndo stepped over tho threshold of her "Look out, my dear, or tho Ignoo to encounter a ramus may captnro tho hoftil that n man rustic ecliool-liousKTIQOKTTi: or Tim XAPHtX.' not Altogether jiloiwnnt. of intellect has foiled to win. Stranger It lias been stated, and very truly too, Many a man thnt tho law of tho napkin is bnt vagueSinco tho lnt of May Miss Glado liAd things havo happened. lecn teaching thin ncliool of, perhaps, has been educated by his wife" ly understood. It may bo said, howtwo dozen nrchln, whoso ngci ranged Dora's lips curled, and n flash of an ever, on tho start, that custom nnd good all tho WAy from 5 to 1 1 years. noyance crossed her fair, oxprcsslvo feat- breeding havo uttered tho decree that it On this particular morning?, however, ures as sho read. is poor tosto to put tho napkin in tho " Ilah I " sho exclaimed contemptu- pocket nnd carry it nway. thcro wit within tho school-room- , pA ticntly waiting for tho arrival of tho ously, crumpling tho letter in her hand Tho rule of ctiquctto h becoming young man and tossing it into her desk. teacher, a tall, moro and moro thoroughly established who was certainly several years her But why did her fair faco sol lea laV that tho napkin should bo left nt tho infinite tenderness Again, and a blnali, house of tho host or hostess Bcnior, and whoso anpeanmeo indicated r. after deeper than a crimson roso, ballio her that ho hod como to stay. Tho teacher herself was jnst 19, Blen- check and brow and snowy throat as sho Thcro has been n good deal of discusder and graceful as n willow, with a remembered certain thrilling glances sion also upon tho matter of folding tho charming admixture of womanly dignity from n pair of bright gray oyes? And napkin alter dinner, and whether it Mid girlish shyness in her manner. Blio why did this worshiper of intellect murshould bo disposed of or negligently did not always know exactly what to do mur to herself wi'Ji n kind of flcrco do- - tossed into the gravy lioot. If,' however, even with somo of tho rough youngsters light? it can 1)0 folded easily, and without at " Ho loves mo I I know it I know tracting too much attention and prolongalready in, her charge, and now her fair foco darkened with a look of undisguised it I" ing tho season for sovcral hours, it During tho summer days that fol- should bo so arranged and placed besido dismay, as sho stopped short in tho 's doorway, regarding this now specimen lowed, her thoughts of ten turned to tho plato whoro it can bo easily found with n private, conviction in her soul letter and tho tempting possibili- by tlio hostess nnd returned to tho that she should never provo equal to tho ties it suggested. But sho quickly put neighbor from whom sho borrowed it them from her. It was exquisitely for tho occasion. task of managing him. If, however, tho lady Sho looked upon his intrusion into her sweet, this city girl who was well used of tho house is not doing hor own work, shop-her- d to refined and cultivated society could tho napkin may bo carefully jammed littlo fold much as somo peaceful might nt tho sudden appcaranco of not deny to herself, to note tho electric into a globular wad nnd fired under tho a mountain lion among his inno- influence, of her power in tho dark flush table, to convoy tho idea of utter reckcent flock. Mastering her chagrin as rising to a manly check, tho quick thrill lessness nnd pampered abandon. best sho could, Dora called her school of his powerful frnmo nt her lightcs, Tho uso of tho finger lowl is also a together, and soon after approached her touch, and tho passionato light sho subject of much importance to tho lion-to- n unwelcome visitor with a very evident Bomctimcs caught in tho finest eyes bIio guest who gorges himself nt tho exair of embarrassment. had ever seen. And perhaps her own pense of his friends. " Do do you intend to remain in tho heart responded to every sign. But it Tho custom of drinking ont of tho fincould go no further. school, sir?" ger bowl, though not entirely obsolete, Dora's mind was ono ol those- which has For tho lifo of her sho didn't know been limited to tho extent that good over unconsciously reach out toward all breeding docs not how sho ought to address him. now permit tho guest nnswered tho tho richest treasures in tho world of art to quaff tho water from his finger bowl with a meekness which, contrasted with and learning, and sho know that it could unless ha does so prior to using it as a his fine, poworful physique, mado her never bo satisfied with tho companion- finger bowl. Btrongly inclined to laugh in his face ship of ono who could not, at least, keep Thus it will bo seen social cus" I calk'lato to como afternoons. Can't paco with her in all tho finest charms of toms aro slowly but nonothat less suretho como much mornin's, bcin' as I hev to intellectual lifo. Sho resolved never to ly cntting down, limiting nnd circum mnko such a dangerous experiment, scribing tho rights help, Undo Jako with tho crops." and privileges of tho "Oh I" said Dora, gently suppressing ovenfof "lovo's sweet Bake." And wo masses. think that sho was right. a smile, "your name, please-?At tho court of Eugenia tho customs "Larry Fams worth. Squiro Jako It was the last evening of her stay. of tho tnblo wcro very rigid, and tho Farnsworth, over yonder," with an awk- Her pupils hail nil received their littlo most prominent guest of II. B, H. was ward nod of his handsomo head in tho tokens of remembrance, had said good-b- y liablo to get tho G. B. if ho spread his to their pretty, girlish teacher, and direction of tho squiro's mansion, napkin on his lap and cut his egg in two were now gono to their several homes, " whero I'm n stayin', is my uncle." with a carving knife. Tho custom was "Yes," said Miss Olado, with polito leaving her alono to gather up her few that tho napkin should lie hung on one Interest. "And now plcaso tell mo effects and iudulgo in a parting roverio knoo and tho egg busted at tho big end upon tho events of tho past three what yon wish to study, Mr. and scooped out wiili a spoon. months. Larry Farnsworth nlono had A prominent American nt her table been nbsent that last day ; but in her ono day, in an unguarded moment, shat"S'poeo yo call mo TJarry, Miss," said fellow, with tho secret heuit sho thanked him for it, for tered tho shell of a this great, d egg with bashfulncss of a child ; "I ain't much thcro had been something in his manner his knifo, and whilo prying it apart both used to bcin' mistered, an anyhow I of late, and n strango disturbunco in her thumbs wero erroneously jammed into reckon I'm ono of ycr scholars, jist liko own feelings also, which mado her doubt tho truo inwardness of tho fruit with so whether her dignified firmness could much momentum that tho jnicotookliim tho rest." havo stood tho trial of a final parting. " Certainly," said Dora, somowhat in tho eye, thus blinding him aud madHow strougly her heart was beating dening to determined to pat a bold such a degrco that ho got up taco upon tho matter at once. "And now, as sho thought over tho past even- and throw tho remnants into tho bosom Iguo-rauinow, Larry," with a rosy blush, in spito ing when tho splendid-lookinof the hired man plenipotentiary, who had walked besido her down tho ol herself, " let us proceod to select your stood near tho tablo stratching lib car long lano leading from tho school-housstudies." with a tray. As may readily bo sup"good-night- " of and tho But tho verdant young gentleman soon posed, thcro was n painful interim durdisclosed tho fact that what ho did know each, as sho turned to cross tho narrow ing which it is hard to tell for fivo or six of books might bo comprised within a field in tho direction of her lodgings. minutes Whether tho prominent Amerivery .small space, indeed, while- a modest Sho remembcrod, with a thrill of won can or tho hired man would como out on list of what ho didn't know would form dering pleasure-- how his awkwardness top, but nt last tho American with tho n record as voluminous as tho Whittaker hod almost entirely vanished in tho unegg in his oyo got tho ear of tho d conscious devotion which ho paid her. testimony. man in among his back teeth, No, sho reflected, with n deep sigh, as Days pasjsd op, and Miss Olado found and tho honor of our beloved flag was them passing itfry pleasantly. Her new sho turned to go, it would never do for vindicated. Laramie lloomcrang. them to meet again. Sho must go back pupil, although extremely ignorant, did his best to improve, and was to tho city mid forget. Forget tho low- FAUitmt o.iuitisii down o.v c.tx.v. n otherwise a perfect model of good be- ly youth who had power to stir tho very Farmer Garrish roso behind tho desk, havior. Tho younger boys, also, gavo depths of her soul as no other mortal and, placing in an imprcssivo manner a great deal less trouble than at first. man had over dono Yet her heart tho tips of his outstretched fingers ujkhi Whether ho issued privato orders to bitterly rebelled against tho fato which it, mado a most extraordinary statement. them outside, cr whether it was a threat- mado such renunciation necessary. Ho said that prominent among tho Glancing through tho oixm door, bIio causes of ening gluuuo from thoso commanding among fanners' fambright-graoyos whenever an incipiont saw n utranger coming up tho path a, ilies was tho heavy sodden bread to rclxilliou arpso against tho teacher, cer- tall and handsomo man, which thoy are accustomed; nnd this tain it was that tho troublosomo urchin" and elegant. Thcro was a something condition of tho bread in tho agricult. behaved much better than beforo tho strangely familiar to her in his looks, ural districts tho farmer accounted for and yet it could not bo I advent of tho " big scholar." as follows: "Tho farmer's wifo," ho Ah, but it could I for tho i cxt mo said, "having kneaded her dough, As for Miss Qlado's opinion of our hero at tho end of a montli jicrhaps wo could ment her hands were clasped in thoso of places it in n wooden bowl, covers it not ascertain it more easily than by tho tall stranger, and hor unbelieving with a flannel cloth, and Bets it by tho glancing at th'is portion of a letter writ- eyes wcro gazing up into tho handsomo, Btovo to riso over night. In every o ten by her to her bosom friend in tho saucy faco of Larry Farnsworth. thero is a cat, and generally thcro " I camo to bid my littlo teacher good-by,- " thoro aro two cats. Tho soft dough, tho city: ho said, looking down upon her ngrecablo flannel and tho proximity of " l'ou'havo not forgotten my ignoraa sly smilo quivering tho stovo aro elements of great attraction mus, of whom 1 wroto yon, Kittio? mischievously, under tho slight dark mustache. Well, wo still have tho honor of Ids to theso domestic animals. Thoy go to 1" "Larry at tho school, and I will frankly sleep on top of tho dough, prevent it ItwasaH sho could say, for, unablo from rising, and consequently tho bread admit that I should hardly know, now, how to keep tho eamo school without to bear a certain now expression in tho that is rnado out of it is heavy and soil him. How or why ho docs it I do not glance of thoso gray eyes, and tho rush den. Abolish tho cat from i pretcudto know, but ho seems to havu of memories it brought her, sho sank said tho speaker, "and farmers' wives "tlioM oldtimo 'it true tables' under such npon tho nearest bench and covered her and children will bo rnoru healthy," Lurry sat down, a spell that I do not bcliuvo ono of them faco with her hands. tould daro disobey me, if ho felt so in- too, with n wuiui light of tenderness in xnnv.ivtsus. his resolute, saucy face, but tho first Newspapers soeuj,to us to sliow a marclined. .J'Odo. other fact is unqucstiouablo to words that Dora faltered forth mado him velous improvement withiu tho last tlf my mind. Were ho only blessed with laugh outright. tceii J oars, and tho prouiixo of a great " Then you aro not tho Ignoramus growth tou ord a high ideal. Hero and tho cultivation bud gentlemanly, social After all" Still with her faco hidden polish which Mr. Arthur Hughes now wo do not dofluo tho improvement JLarry Funiswurth would bo my from tho roguish oyos. aud tho promise. But tho marked ten"Well, no, not exactly, since I havo had dencies toward tho condensation, tho very beau ideal of a man. Often, as ho tho honor of graduating from old Har- culling, tho purify i.ig nnd tho pertinence sits poring hopelessly over tho in his homespun suit, saw vard," replied tho Ignoramus, with ex- of uous; toward conscientious and thorcoat, I catch myself watching tho splen- asperating coolness. "But, Miss Glado ough work in reporting a id in reviewing; Dora," drawing her hands away from toward embracing all objects of human did figure, tho clcur-cuintellectual face, with its broad, sweeping brow and tho blushing face, " ploaso forgivo my interest, with prefcrcnC'' for tho best; fascinatiug gruyojes, almost expecting naughty masquerade I Hearmg much of toward independence in t'cry lino of noto Jicar their o ner charm my senses tho pretty schoolma'am from my uuelo tion and thought, socl'U, religious and with tho eloquence of n Cicero, or thrill whom I was visiting, I began it through political; toward tho clovatiou and stimmy soul with pootio disquisitions on tho a puro lovo of fun, but toon found it so ulation of tho best thoio is iu humanity thoso deserve consideration mid enwonders mid beauties of tho old mas- dangerously fascinating that I could not Uprlnrifldd Jlepubltcan. ters. "Ho looks as though naturo had gio it up. It was so pleasant to havo couragement. formed him for a leading spirit among tho you lean over my shoulder to corioct A iioii.se can trot from fivo to six choicest fuvorites of literature and art. thoso dreadful examples, which you Hilent.kthobo handsomo lips seem tho couldn't huvudoiie, jou know, if I had seconds faster in Chicago than at Denver, Col, owing to tho air very homo of jioctry and eloquence; not been your pupil" "Audjou might hao locn teaching at tho former plaog. but tho moment ho opcus them to BjHjuk -- shades ol Murrayl how my fairy can-.- .t vie all this timul For slinuio, sir I" . .. i r. i. .. It Is Bold that Mexican ladies, ovon ties inmuio to mo grouuai llo u an pouted Dora, thinking with burning among tho wealthiest families, mako iguorsmuit, Kittio a hopeless ignora- - checks of her putiutit cudouors to edutheir own drosses, almost as n unlvcmd mo to his sido twenty tiwos cate this Hun aid graduate. Perhaps "I i'ur"' to In'pv thut I havo taught rule. aro so fewthat Li thoofreason why u day to unruel problems which ought changes fashiou jr. you bometliiug, Dora a lesson that u thero - tho not to puzzleintellect of a child -- ' not found iu school books. Aud now that country. of teu. Worso thuu all. ho does not real- t o sur-priswell-built din-uc1 Kit-tionew-come- r, Fums-wortli." g soft-boileg n , high-pricely 1 y d farm-housfarm-house- s," pos-sctamultipli-cation-tublo, t, loss-rarefi- TMK DKCT.HfK OF XBfT Tho causes of tho docftdenco Orleans it is no difficult matter to dethcro termine crevasse, epidemics wcro fifteen of them In twenly-aovyears tho low water (twelvo foot) at tho month of the river, nnd the prejudico existing against manufactures And trades as degrading. In tho matter of health it is somowhat startling that tlio early Bottlers of Now Orleans wero wont to boast of its salubrity ; that beforo 1700 yellow-feve- r was unknown, nnd Hint until nineteen years, between 1700 and 178fl, tho population of Now Orleans incroascd 07 per cent without immigration, whereas to day, bo Dr. Jones assures us, it would rapidly decrease, as tho deaths largely exceed tho births. It is encouraging to notice that wo now fully understand tho evils which havo reduced Now Orloans from tho fourth to tho tenth position in Uiq list of American cities, nnd nro now endeavoring to correct them. That tho depth of water at tho montli of tho river has been increased so as to accommodate tho largest vessels ; that wo now apprcciato tho value of manufactures, aro doing all in our power to dovclop them, and havo actually doubled our products in ten years ; and that wo nro devoting all our spare timo aud money to tho improvement of our sanitary condition, with wonderful results, as shown by tho of our annual deatli-ratfrom CI per 1,000 licforo tho war to 25 per 1,000 Mr. Cablo's book tells tlio melancholy Btory of how Now Orleans lost tho chance of becoming tho greatest city in America an opportunity oneo within its grasp; it will help us, wo hope, to turn back much of this lost Acw trado, prestigo and t, Orlcan cn cal o Timet-Danocra- OUJJf of tou sua nr ton tii Hvoit ion ATioxs, A ly Umber merchant of Odessa got tho best of n coupla of ltusslnn railway companies a lilllo whilo ago. Ho mndo a contract with them for tho delivery of a largo quantity of timber within n given time, nnd deposited 10,000 roubles as security to cairy out his agreement, utton tho understanding that tho companies would convey tho merchnndiso gratis. Train load upon train load reached tho city Btatlons, tho companies successively declining tho timber ns not being equal to what was contracted for. Fresh orders wero tent out by tho merchant to his agents for n letter quality, nnd moro train loads brought moro timber of an objcctlonablo description which tho wily trader Invorinbly disposed of to local Tlio freights nlono repremerchants. sented n fortuno tenfold tho amount of his cash deposit, and having rcalired ho coolly throw up his contract, Allowing tho companies to divido his security. CONDEN8ED TIME. & CHI III II I'lltHUMH. ,L,-i:. Now iiAii.uo.ii mm:. TKAi.va tioiNii mniTil. ' Miarii I, iihI.ve. ltlchinomln.OT..OT...ww ininitiin r ' rn Hut j. m kiwi. i't- ". :":...-'.- . Mini. i phkiif iiii'iiniiHiiu minii ripry ITaior. nrri.TaDiurvlay nlihta. ttunday He hnol Prayer M. Murt, rinprrliitriMeiil Tbe atvno A. at J Wuinan'a Mlanlonary Hneleiy inrrtt here on Inn HI Mta. T. T. tMimUy In each tnmttli, at ) o'clock Ditleaa, I'tetldcnl BAITI8T.-1IK- T Ni . ? Han. .... I . a 00 a m In ' UnemWr......... l.ltfhfitMi t"rl Orchard. . .. .. Stanford . .. ' 8hHhy City .... llinTllle Junction ..... Mltehrllilmrit frtianntl.,..MM, . ...! l . I 10 " Arr Ihanon Junctlftn. " New llaren.. .. . " ClntlnnttlJuncllon. " I.QMlmllle- T11AIK8 M" . II W " II IP pin 41 ii" a io tu io " 0 i. . U. K. Pariow HuniUy Hehonl 1 Miipurlntemlent "llllllfrlAK. WeraliljTby I hi ronfrrnatlon at-- J ery Imrd'aday. lTefhlnby Irr. J. W, t dun.Uy Mchool on Flrtl and Third lord'e tlaya t V'lo. Joa HeTerance, Mnperlnlenilrnt. MOUTH -- Her. I. A Mel I OIIKKIIVTHIUAN. 0 John W. ray, IM Humlay Kehwd at IUnl, fetiprflntemlrnt Union 1'rayer Xfeallngon nlht. I'rajfl 1 M. Ilarea, Tailff. RTtleea and I'ourlh rlundaya, inornlnit and Meellnt arery Welneailay artet-noo- Wmlnealay hlthli. " hm ATTOFt m. itintiurrr, AT LAW, (K)IN(I SOUTH. Si air 64 pm l' W N EY Jfaaciri, iiliT " Crab Orchard.. Arr l.lTlnmlon . l,ve. l4incatcr .. Arr. HlclimomU I.Tf. l.lr. txuliTllt... btnf.rd.... Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will praetlre hit prafrwlon In llorkraillr and atjlnlr.r. rmintln n. In lha Oourt of Arpeala. c4alallentlnaliMi IneollMlloni 1 4 t an " a rALACE , PUIiLMAN now." bIiouIs an excited "whero shall wo look for To Meuiphli, Utile New Mobile, Monl(oiuery, Orreant. and Indeixmdcnco?" Oh, friend and brother, EmlgranlalnTeaaihatallirlraholcenftworOHtea: Tla New Orleani. TtaM WHth tla Meinphlaor searching ami quicker and rales lower than by any other W. V. look in tho kitchen, look in tho route. 11 li alanine Hawl-Hykitchen. QUI0KE8T, OIIEAI'EaT AND BE8T Wiaaf "And Hoc--g fcllow-suf-forc- r, c. CAnS OPERA HOUSES. -- OTAMIIIin. kV.- - WALTON, . - rropriotor. Maisk can show ono stretch of forcit Itoutetoallpnlnli 200 miles long. No matter how tlultered the tyslem my n be froniexcesccaof any kind, tlio Great Invlgorator will secure health ami Inp- pine. See adferlitemcnt For al li Penny & McAllsle r, fitanfnnl. Urr-ma- In Mlwunrl, Kanaai, lllltwW, Indiana, Iowa, Nrbraaka, (Vlorado, Arkamaa. t lmla and liail. Only una chanKrloChlratn, KmiIIi, Kanaai. F.rn-M- y , 0. tiHUIng Mtpaatty, ImtnatM (tltrry. ibu. HmmmmMc ralra In tjonl aUracltawi. Aildrraa aa alrtte. mhteinaMetnl For further Inferniallon aUmt lltketa to the Colorado, an I en lran! rale to ATMtlRK, V. llorlda, add.--r (len. I'aia and Ticket A(t IaiImIII, Ky Or K. J. Anthony, Agt.. etanfonl. Ky. A I. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, eh mr 8T KT.vNFiiiin, kv., . NOTICE ford. In Hie ISM2. ! Tbe National Rink of Slinfor.l, liritrd at StanNitof Krnliifkj, lirlilnn u Hi M tKitr.holJrr tn! other rreliUiri of nlJ noliftal jkcltloii are thtrrfur lirrbjpfralnsl lo nt the Afexicl-i- li the note ami utlirr rUlui hlanfanl, Kr , M. S, n lor iMjuienl. Kentucky's Koulc roti The only Una running Knst tSK 1 0. WINE, PKAtaalR MonuntcnU, Mar bl o all llradtlonra. Tit.Uli, .U Hll, JNO. J. Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS a klndt matly eieru Xrs and aatlt-ftcllguar-antr- Work MrtlOMKHTN, fMhlrr and nil Hon WltlOMTIES Vr TJt.lIIK. Tlio demand for has fallen off very largely, but thoy aro 'kept still oyo-ston- and Bold in considerable quantities. Tlio will clear tho eye. Thcro is no doubt about that, but its movements nro regulated by its rdinpo and by n formation on tho flat sido or boso of tho stono similar to a blado in a tnrbino water-wheTho wholo resembles n shell just begun beforo tho cavity was formed, if shells wcro so formed, but aro 110U Tlio Btono is composed of lime, nnd vinegar or any acid by its Action npon it causes motion. Tlio stones aro found on tho scashoro on tho Pacific coast. Sailors gather them by tho quart and vend in trado centers. Tho price is 10 cents. Bloodstones aro also called for, not s, tho kind known to seal rings and but glass stones or beads of tho color of blood, dark red. Theso nro worn to provent tlio although tho old plan to prevent, namely, to keep tho noso out of other persons' business, is iu uso still and works well. With, a string through tho glass bead and tho string nrouud tho owner's neck tlio liais removed. Tho bility to nose-blebloodstones, somo of them, como from Germany. IUttlesnako oil will unlimbcr joints afllicted with certain lamenesses, as all other oils or preparations will. It is called for often, and tho buyers may get rattlcsnako oil and they may not It is said to bo a business of considerable in North Carolina to capture rattlesnakes aud from tho fat to produco the oil. At all events, rattlcsnako oil is sold, and it is supttoscd to euro marvel-ouslSkunk oil is another cnro-al- l for ceitiiiu maladies. Providence 11. J.) eye-stou- o el. slcevo-buttonnoso-blcoed y. WanlrouJ.eDcritUcflccnUerrry- Where to Mil our 9trt utrtorimt MB family tllhtm. Tho bwt Id ltio tootid. Sau illuitratlOTM, JftM pp., handiome binding. nnl mnr Yalut4rtfclun-- i found In no other IUhta. rus m tUchU Aim l!dpthn liutorr of tbe V. a. omiit wjtfi tbaprvttntftdmlulftratlon, ifyouiit lomtlit nionry Mnd fur terms, circulars, etc Adreu W1LDIX A UfE r MEAN YOU. apilca 4 ly M- i- A SOLID TRAIN 1 a'm I.cv-liiKlo- I.oiiInvIIU', C'iiicliiiiiill mill n, TOWfcIWW,MUTUTll"II. " I(y., LTJIWClIK, VVnclnfan.l RulMIng ollc-ltr- ! WASHINGTON CITY, Connrellng In tame I.umlr fur rale at Mill tinllnSoiitli or UUhltnJ. till. munt. Onlrra lir Timber. Jolu lu.l.lln. Ulllr,n I'rompl llrnllon nit-f.te, tllherOakri"Diar. fur bulMlng. ilel with bit Iralm lr to MrrjtliloK In llm of W-- ll .11. II. nitn'i HOHINO. MU The Direct Roate to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- CR'IM VERMIFUGE. Tl.li rrrpurat'nn U rlr pfftAM nj Tn fnm All (1 Ion ftimi ir danir.u uu.itattrvi, nnd w . ruin ibnrtCaUi hiixHofwtrtu It t t rmm llm liiiinu!! y nt trnl t ftiiftrntliiv In tit tin. i,Mii .(toniiti h itii'l iltiiltr'i mill lk !Ujr iti thrv n i iiKai.m It thih atimitJ rjr ItmiwkM-tkrt'aotiUcan rr4wtmiv it to ihI It with Mfriy My anIwyuntalriti win iatrkiMir ryr, Umpj x-twr, MnrtHWi.iMlf tW Utilf of lit It II hi wmh. It U IIhi mttlv l lituiiln t4rtit Ailfrr itnilKfal ialiNiiil Ui Uk trntjr nv t iiy 4liMklrrl tt4Mhrf. Uti. crttlfl Trr a Urftif o. Mih.iffc.tur'i i.r r. OBtr, Van JtntH Utrnt, i,ttti.r.lff, My, Lincoln County Farm For Sale! farm of 375 htm IoDrrfurnl irlraltlr on DIxlllTrr. Eatol n .w Iwlncrun-tructS vt)n tuinjilkn HUnfor.1, within abalfmllc of Anei-ttllrIroin SUnfunl to from the twtllln to the lke. l tluiMlngt an brick ami fmmo. with IS ruunii. Well wneml with Una iprloir", inol thtm lord-Ir- nr llinw All Virginia and North Carolina Points. 'vr tlikrti aiHl lrlhcr Inforwalkm, yourneant IkketotBe. or aMieaa J.1.MI.H 4'. i:itNNT. Ilml hnulltwMlpril Ak'it. 11(1 H-l- rrrchnill. Aril-tl- W. ttl tlio n-l- ni wilrr fencing, Iinirofrmtnta lurimlinf Trnni lllrl. AMim or rail n .mi.S.N.lKA II COOK, Sunlonl. Lincoln cnunly KJ. Ky. MilnHL.IMibifin II. W. I'tll.l.r.ll. '. W. NMITII, Oen'l I'aat'r Ag'i (lab'l lliiuir, Itlrbmond, Virginia. W rnuiiHiu A lorwU 'nHUnkirJ hj Vr Excelsior Art. Rooms EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., North-Ea- -- THE- Corner of DANVILLE. -- Hilnind Iblrd blrrcU, KENTUCKTI lining rmnlljr rtOlted injr rooint with all or the luulrin liniruff lucuu, I nuw Lt tho Finest (lullrry Iu Central Kentucky! no. When jou Wl-ll tlilt DanTlUe, don't tall to call Kciprctfullr, and - aaaaaaaPW5lBBWC M Jw ft aaajy 0 KIIWAIIIt II t'OX. Photographer Kj. OeuluKltml HurTer Thouundaof gratra are nnuillT roMml of thrlr Tirllml, llm prolulird. ROBBED Which IcauN--, lr iim of Ihe Krcat GERMAN INVIG0RAT0R I turn poltlelr an.lioaiinllx kind ixcwaolaojr bj Jnijiu-truc- v I Aa'iof-lll- lf liappiiirxanj rrii!i Journal, lriiEiiii uuttush cuMKrnuM. Tho button trado of Now York is estimated at from eight to ten million dollars a year. Tho yearly importation of buttons exceeds three and a halt million dollars. At American rate of wages many of tho imported buttons could not bo put upon tho cards for tho price they sell for. Glass buttons nro mado mostly in Bohemia, and cldldren aro largely employed at tho work, which they do as quickly and as neatly as adults. Tho got children ten cents a day, men from forty to fifty cents, nnd tho women n littlo less, l'earl buttons aro iniiwtod from Vienna, whero thoy aro almost exclusively manufactured; and tho shirt buttons aro received mostly from Birmingham, En gland, whero tho majority of metal buttons aro likowiso produced, Tho most extcusivo of all tho button manufacturing, however, is that of tho Parisian and Berliu novelties. In ono manufact uring village near Paris, whero thcro aro from C,000 to (1,000 inhabitants, all tho working iwoplo aru engaged iu making tlio agato button, which, oven with tho 80 per cent, added to tho cost, sell, when imported into this country, at tho ex tremely low figure of 31 cents per great gross. Tho material alono, it is reported, 'could not bo procured horo for doublo aud all dlM-e- i that follow a I f aHiuenceorrVir AbuM, at Iom if mriiioij, uilrmal Uulluje, paiu In III dliiinea of virion pmiialure o.d &. and inaoy and a other dlMa-e- i lint lead lo lth till-oonlantfrend ft.r tlrnilar frra l.y null. Tho IWIUOH.l all r Un, or ill Iwifa lor IS. U aold at l are rl druKxIit', or will U ami free r rcaliil, on rrvelpt t f price, by addr-l- n nrr, rail "". Ill Adamaalrn.l,Tvlrdl,Oul" iul-ljIjuloacrut lit Ilia United Matt . i, a'llhM'.V. Stanford Female College. STANFORD, KV. With .TEAM- - a Full Corps of Teachers, ckailou Thla Initltutlon will open IU Thirteenth on the 2d Monday In NepleuiUr nut. ALL T11K URANCIIKH III- - JOB PRINTING OFFICE to all kindB of Printing in tho Best Is Proparod do of Stylo and at City Figures. 1 Try ub. A THOnOUGHENGLISHCOUnSE Are taught, aa well aa AGENTS ARE MAKING UlUMIUniQ h) tm I MUUIU, TUB IiANOUAOKII. UIIAW. INU AND I'AINTINO. II QTPTCn QTnfll' r.llllk'l nlnllllinuo 100 "R MO"'" IISELLlsc Uto.1 M.1 Mi4l "iLLUoiuniuu uiuun uuun1 u ll IU tw.'! a...- .- ...IT tumn 4. " imNinl" !) 1. I . Il UU . ul .. fi Tnr.r:..Vu.Zll.Ur iiw4 r..k ..IkirlllM Ik. feu Ual. k 1U,H ul Itomuir riMMyl I TERMS MODERATE. In Tiilttfin. iirlcra ranne from Ii3 to t'A In th regular IHrluienU. I'll war r.Jii; luteriuedlale lil); l'rrratojy, 140, anJ Cullrglale, 160. For full paiticultri, aa to Hoard, Ae.,aJJr. HUN. N, V. TKUKII r:UT. ITInrlpMl Stintird, LIucilnCi. K , .7t;n ZSmW. J W !. fc. I.U mVi.'-- " a. l.l ; tu '"' ll.r, HirilHAIIII Yumtri. '' tlli IIHO-,l.- Mai. ah f'f a.U 4iM.Llll!lT- mai . HALL'S PpflTARl & HO r tzrMHstmAimAns LHilUllL IMCBOUANTonourNowPInn SEEDS For tho MARKET GARDENER SEEDS y SEEDS SEEDS p. byBtnuarr itamii ""' oursl""0 Crown .u on 0"r r"rn1 ulld lturnl lteUter l'HIIK TO ALU MKUCIIANTS, HKNII VH YOLIl IIDHINIMM tAHIIH l'OII THAIIK LIST. illuatrnlrd CululoMUO that amount do-tir- o, Whilo American manufacturers mako no attempt, and probably luivo no to coniiHito with European produc 13 BKCOMMEHDED BY PHYSICIAKC ers employing hand processes, thoy exOUIUUB w..,w...w .. .. .,..., Unsn. ftn.l.wBhtnnln null cel iu making boue, composition, brass, uazarrn or inn otar. Cro or UlaerntWul Cotarrh It la tnkejn INTtHNALLV.nnd Throat. Ivory aud gold buttons by machinery, tha Blood nota DIREOTLV uponthe. Byatom. nnd It Muooua Burfnooo of Purlilor In t ho and aro ablo to export considerable boat Blood WORLD, and la worth ALL thut la quantities of these styles. In Provicharged for It, for THAT nlono. dence, It. 1., for example, sleovo buttons and jowelry buttons nro largely manu- OHLYIHBRHAlCUEBMRHA.mil N T1IK MAItKKTiU factured expressly for exjwtatiou. And va offer Ono Hundrod Dollnro tor ony American. It will not Cum. Cuauof 1Ar.ll. iuii r. rttttM ANV iSTKWinT Cu'l Hll'n CsUrrh Cure la Uken Internally Ofllco ot A. T It icti directly iion the blood and Ike ( HI JUUll 4, IbbU. C'UlCiCO, .i r lit. ItJtda.O. surfaces of the sYiileiii. Price, 75c, -- I taftJ t.laAUM Iu (nfonnlnit you Utuitimtn For tale ly Penny & McAIIiter, Stanford. i.ava uauJ HolVa Catarrh Cunv It baa i.. nw- I nu crjr Lail -- uiid don t liealta!" to denlrojed your rente of curvd If Catarrh has aayMiatltwlUcuraanycaaoof foUrrUlt Ukeo Your Inily, smell aud hearing, Hall's Catarrh Cure will tuvuarlr. j Jj, waaTiirnroau. V0HT1I (tlO A 1IOTTLK. cure you. 75 cents per bottle. Drugjtuls Ilato ha.1 E. Mobbav, Jtttkaon, Jlkli., wrltea Curo cured tell it. tori) yearn. Knaidor 1 Morth $100nKy,uui. L .5 rtaW UltK VTda by Is ofrVretlJujTiuS oTCatarrh that can't Manufactured all prUKEiatautJ CUttfLY A Ctt F Hall's Catarrh Cure. Takfn koio 1'ronrlowra, TOUUK), OUIO. loomed with Tor tala In Xlaufurd by IVouy A McAlliler. Inlirnallr. Price, 7') renin. P,B DAVID LANDRETH&S0NS,SEEDGR0WERS,PH1LADELPH1A i n)i EDWARD WILDER'S Never fuila U curo Feer ami Ague, Intarmillaat Fef, Dumb Ague, Dyipepila, Ufr ll U a aafu AatHillioui Complalat, ladlgeitien, Colio ami Flua. It will t uie CoAi.anaM. elnate Women, njocrfulM'Cu). Altaraiia and Toala, o mlHl and Dalighlfwl la.igorant lor Hcknou, an excelleut aitlrer, rant alter tlio frame baa been debilitated ami roducd V tho yiU.m, alroiigtheua tho portal Kirca tono to Uo dlgeaUva orgam, lrecuU Malaria, bwiftip circulation and clcara tho holo animal coonotnjr frou tho acedaut dlaoaao. The allhUt ana thoemwly that woold fjonqucr It whllit attack ol tovtr ma," oe a preludo to tho worat, full dtvelopmeuL U yet In lta coinmcncemcut, may lo ol no a!uo Wlm ItUat lta Influenco of Malaria cllugj la larlr la U1 Uio cao with lrou around whom tho .xallferoua W.,k8l.mh. the form ol O.mbCMII., Br.wAg-- e, Pal.M 3pl.,aad ataada unrivale.1, au.l tla gutJ of all Iho auovo Maeaaoa thU andVnnanent effecla aro alleetod If tliouaanda, nd It U retoinuiuded alike by tho ablet medical men and tho wluUlry. cf fta wonderful imcr and beuell- TRY IT, all you that aro afflicted, eul bo Mitluco.1 Clal effocta. ltho Cfv-I- ln Ont-irr- mu-om- ii r.u. - Half-Catar- rh STOWIACH BITTERS For Hlllu 111 Hlltlll'4l'4l l.y l,fl V Ma.VIlMl4'r.