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Lawlessness Rampant The Old STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Steamboat Captain. deck, I'm heeding for tha ahorr; I'll ring the 111, fur I mutt land Thlt Imtt fortteimore. Gay, pilot, ran you ar that light? I tan where angelt Hand I Wall, lioMlirJaekttatrharJon that, For Iber I'm going to land. 93 3ntcrior$ournnl - - Editor and Proprietor - . . . Business Manager W. P. WALTON, T. R. WALTON, I'ubl llirit Tnrmtiiv Hu.no unit h'rlilitWi init A.NNirr. Tinuwoir tiik ci.orr.it. Th air waa clad with 1 1 weet pcrfum Inlhttllly, twilight ahadowi Ami tit nodding tlortr e all abloom, And the Mac stats swayed like a wetlnejrdiime, Uit heart of tho fragrant meadow. la And my anal wti ltd with wordiest tons, That It whispered over nd overj And (he light crew dim and tin shadow long. And my heart lrad high with In patrion itronCi A my eager feel strayed the hlootn among To meet m own In lour. And th momenta aped, and the tiara looked dowt From the deep blue iky above met And lb earth wet bright with ne'er a frown, For my fane wore for mjr II fo a crown, IVIlh a Irate, lra heart to lovo me. And my lofrr fame through the tllly'tilcM Cam down throegh the dew wettlgnrt And ray heart ttood till with a ttrans affright. And tha world grew warm and glad ami hrrglit, For ha kissed in titer In Ilia dim starlight. My nanghty, nanghtjr lott r. Perhaps 'twaa wrong, hoi I ronld noliaa Through the nodding, dew wet clover) And the path ran narrow among tho graa, And I waa only a foollih mi, And Im a peralik tit lover. Feihap 'twaa wrong, but I rontd not move, A he whispered o'r and tm; A tale that w at twret w llh the tnea of lore, In a voice that waa tweet at a owing dote) And my far grew hot, but I ewild net tier From Um arniaof my raury Inter IVrbap 'twaa wrong, but the clover tmllcd, And the blu grea tiMdcd over; And the ttart avriel not with a glimmer mild, And I w at a thoughUcia, fuolMi child. And Im aurh a hand annul lofrr. Pcibape 'twaa wrong, but 1 could not knetr, Aa I met him then In the clorrr, Thai my heail would twtll and mythrekt glow, And Um trlltala blil uiaild ebb and flaw; Pcrhap twaa wrong, Imt I loved him te Thlt rccklce, liato young loter. Long yrari hat petard, and the wintry tnow LV--l deep o'tr the nodding clover. flow, And lit ttream of Um lit llaa wlUi the Utoughtt of long ago night with my handanme later-Sa- t TLat the wavre are crooning; soft and lew That etory o'er and otrr. For my lot waa true, and I lowd him ao, In the nodding bloom and the threading enow And I'm nUn till In the afurglow In UK armt of my own true lover. tltl ltonM t A Nie Lump. A matt long notul (or liii intcnicr alo Imliili vrna induced by tho Kev. John ALlratt to gn tho pledge in vity," which ho did in theao word j : "I (iletlgo myself to drink no ruoro intoxicating lKiuors for ono yeai. Few leliovcd that ho could keep it, but at tho cud of tho year ho again appeared at tho temperance meeting without unco hiving touched n drop. "Aro you going to sign again?' Mr, Abbott naked. "Yes, if I can do it in my own way,' replied he, nud accordingly ho wroto : "I sigu thin pledge for 999 yean, and if I livo till that time, I intend to take out a lifu leaee." A few days later, ho called oc tho tavern-keeper- , who welcomed him The First Advertisement. back to hie haunts. It might bo supposed that theso an"Ob, landlord," said he, as if iu great pain, "I have such n lump ou nouncements of births, marriages aud deaths, so interesting nud valuablo ns my side." "That's because you've stopped wo havo found them to be, would eardrinking," said tho landlord, "you will ly havo found a place iu our newspasurely not livo long if you keep on so." pers. Such, however, was not tho "Will drink tako tho lump away?" caso until they bad reached a pretty "Yes, if you don't drink you will mature uge, although the earlier' reptho soon have a lump on tho other side. resentative of our newspapers nud ho "Acta Diurna" of tho llomuns conCome, let's drink together," law-abidiGod-defyin- "his own Tho LouUvillo 1'mI after summing up half a scoro of recent murders says: In tho mcnntlnio what is tho governor thinking of ? giving receptions nud parties ami parading about tho Htnte, spending his timo In tho parlor nnd boudoir, making speeches nnd going thp grand rounds with a social flourish nnd blaro of brass bands! Truly it is small wonder that a bat Ul ion of soldiers aro required to protect prisoners during trial, People sco that mob taw is tho only law feared or enforced in Kentucky. If by 8omo exceptionally vigorous prosecution n man gets to the penitentiary for it term of yearn, after committing six ed murder, tho governor pardons him. If n uowspapcr ventures to criticiso such outrageous nbuso of tho pnrdoing power, n declaration is mada by tho governor himself that nuy ono who will kill or cut tho ears of tho offending critio will be pardoned Ixiforo conviction. whatWu havo no personal ever against Gov. ninckburn. On tho contrary, wo hnvo ever entertained tho kindest feelings toward him ns an individual and a private citizen, lint it is our duty to condemn him as chiefly responsible for tho alarming prevalence of crime in tho State, for tho contemrjt which isthown ou every hand for our criminal laws, for tho peril which to day overhangs the bead of overy citizen within tho Commonwealth. Thcro is no tiso in mincing matters. The social condition of tho Htato is wnno than wo havo ever known it. Murders nro more frequcut, punishment is lighter, pardons moro numerous, and abuses moro flagrant than at any period within our recollection, running buck fifteen years. Matters aro getting wnno day by day. The most alarming feature of all is the indifference of tho public. No ono seems to see tho carnival of crimo aud social chaos to which wo are rapidly drilling. No ono acorns to tako to himself the lesson of current events. No one seems to realizo tho actual dan gcr which bangs over tho lives of all. Appeals to tho order-lovi- ng and elements apjear in vain and idle. It is difficult to stir them. Shocking tragedies at their very doors tlo not startlo them to it realization of tho evils that nro cursing Kentucky, imperiling the lives of her own citi zens, barring us ngaiiut tho current of immigration nnd commerce, nnd presenting us to tho eyes of tho world as reeking band a reckless, of aud murderers. cold-blood- Mat, get ready down on That look i Ilk Deal n me. Ha ghailly, trim and pale; I'll loll Hi bell- -I mutt i In; I never piued a hall, Htcphenltt htrtonialn tlo There; that will do-- no more Th II net are fttt, and angelt watt To welrome in athort, Say, pilot, I'm going with them Vf yonder through the gtti; I'll not roni back yon ring the bell And bark her oul don't wall. Fori havtiuad the trip of life, I'll take And found my landing place: ley aoul and anchor that Fatt lo the throne of (rare. -- WI1IB. IIiTiuiclMthorCH.WI.lt. Some New Information, Last week wo took a spin over tho Michignu Central, and during our waking moments wcro highly edified, amused and instructed by the tone and conversation'of two ladies in tho seat forninst our own, across the aisle ami abaft tho binnacle. Tho variety of their intclligcnco nnd a vast fund of general information nttracted our nltention, nnd wo just sat thoro and drank it all in liko cold truth from a living spring. "Do you suppnao thoy have nir brakes ou this train?'' inquired tho ono next tho window, with n bronze green plume iu her hat. "Oh, yts; thoy run 'em now on nil trains." "What aro thoy for?" "O, they are to vcntilato tho car and givo 'em moro fresh air. I heard tbey intended to put 'cm on cattle cars so tho poor animals could get plenty of oxygen." "Indeed This is a wonderful ago. Did you ever ride in a chair car ?'' 1 Charles wasalittle boy who loved his T. W. ViaXOH. WiLLCE K. YARHOIf. Mother dearly, and whenovcr sho told T. W. ft W B VAKNON, him any thing ho waa very careful to A'n'tmNKVH ASV XjAW, HTANFOnD, KY. Obey. Offlc In Owtley A Son't new building up atalra. GO Ono day in tho Spring when tho U. O. KAUPPMAN, birds wcro singing and tho bud on tho t ATI'OUNKV A--KY. XjAAV, I.ANCA8TKU, applo trees wcro almost ready to burst Matter Cooinilaalooer and County Attorney. W III into beautiful whito blossoms, Charles practice In all the t'ourttof (larrard and adjoining eountlea and In the Com I of Appeals. asked his Mother for Ten Cents to ALEX. ANDERSON, buy Marbles, for tho ground was get , WILL SELL- A.'X"t'OItNJRV ..VX' X.A.-Wting dry and tho other boys wero bo DANVILLE, KY., mt ginning to enjoy their favorito Sport. Will praclbvli. thaCourlaof Itoyleand aljolnlcg H eountlea and Iu tliIAurtof Appealt. wu "You can havo tho money, my son," LMIB) Y J e--lrvri c MAHTfJItaUN PKYTOrV, said tho Mother, "but you must prom AXTOHNIdN A I XA.'W, AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BE CONVINCED. INDKXaxtaKRI'ORralRrCOOHTT, io me not to play for Keeps, and eveLlllhHTY, KY. Will and ad til ry night that yon can come home nnd joining itraelleAln andtha flmrti ftf f!iiv Appeals. In the Court of counllet, tell rao truthfully that you havo not special attention glveu to coilectloni. umce over iv. l. rierce'a atoie. disobeyed your Mamma I will give Oil. J. 0. CAIU'KNTEH, you a Largo Ked Apple." And then HTANKOKW, KKNTUCKY sho kissed him Fondly, nnd ho went Offlceover Ilobt. H. Lytlc'e tlorc. ORlce boutt from S lo Vi and 7 lo r. M. gay ly & way to School. But before Charles had gono very J. J. WILSON, far be mot Thomas Tough, who was - Willi ca lo Inform lilt I'atront of Hlanf.irl and tlrlnlly that he haa received lJ3N'l'IHa'. . a Dad Boy. Charles told Thomas 8TAMF01IP, KY. about tho Ten Cents his Mother hod Office and Itcaldence, Upper Main St. A Splendid Stock of Goods, and given him to buy marbles with, and LEE P. HUFFMAN. style. Satisfaction guaralso told him that he could not play 8UUGEON DKNTIHT, Which he guarantees to make up in first-clas- s STANFOnll, KY. anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. for Keep! unless ho was willing to go Office South aide Main Street, two doora abora toe Myera iioiei. without tho lied Applo. rureNltroue Oxide Oat admlntalared when re quired. . When Thomas heard this ho said : It. O. MOIIOAN, D. D. S. "Give mo tho Marbles that you are miJNTiH'r, going to buy and I will play with JfWUU Will ba In Stanford on week of each month, from firtt Monday. Dental roomt them for Keeps, nud after School is InBUAaaph llotel, oter Me liter A llright't. TheLARGEST STOCK of WATCHES.CLOCKS, JEWELRY three wrcaaof each month out wo will Divide what I have won, tSeetlgn.lAtLanciiaterDental rnnnii In Maton Home. from thfrjteMiioday AND NIlYVKltWAltK (Hee alxn.p Xure nitrous oxld gase admlnlttered for I nm a Superior Player. Then wnen necessary. " Eyer brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. "Watches. Clocks and you can truthfully tell your Mother Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. that you havo not been playing for Keeps, and will receivo tho Red An. FOR THE NEXT DAYS M'ROBERTS&STAGG -f "MflTAT T ww n1 iiXrf KflKM 'I f t H. C. RUPLEY, Fall Winter MXUtCHAKT TAIT,OIt, Stanford, Kentucky, PENNY & McALISTEK, PUBLIC SALE yes, thoy nro just tho nicest kind of care. Homo of 'em nro real easy, too; havo rockers ou 'em. But I like a sleeper tho best." "Yes, they aro moro homelike and "O, comfortable. It any accident hap pens they unhook tho slccjrcr aud leave it at the last station." "Whv, my! Hownico!" "Yes, and the sleeper is much more comfortable to rido in, ltecause it don't go ns fast as the rest of tho train." "Itdou't?" "O, uo, Charles says the Pullman Company won't allow the railroads to haul tho sleepers so fast as tho balance of the cars." "Why, how strange!" "Yes, very." "What do you supposo makes tho cars away so, back aud forth ? "O, I heard tho railroad company had been experimenting lately with rockers ou tho cars. It's something to do with concussion aud retraction of the oxpausivo compression, orsomothing of that kind." "What a wonderful age?" "It is, really. And these accident insuranco companion nro a great improvement over tho old stylo of travCharles Bays all first class eling. roads carry them nowadays, nud it makes one much moro securo to know that thoy are on the same train with one of them. They aro worked by electricity, and must cost nwful high, don't you think so?'' Chicago "Yes, they must that." Times. President for one Da, Gen. David It. Atchison, ex Senator of tho United Status, nud who at the death of W. II. King aud was, by the operation of the constitution, legal president of tho United States for ono day, is now living on his farm iu Clinton county Missouri, whero he has resided fur many years. "It camo about in this way," said Gen, Atchisou, "Polk went into office on the .'id of March, 1819, on Saturday at 12 m. Tho uext day, tho 4th, occurring on Sun day. Gen. Taylor was not inaugurated till Monday, the Cth, at 12 in. It was theu cauvossod among Senators whether there wa un interregnum. It was plain that thero was cither nn interregnum or I was president of tho United States, beiug chairman of tho Judge haviug succeeded Stnato, Manguiuof North Carolina. The Judgo waked up at 3 o'clock iu the morning and said, jocularly, that, as I was president of the United States, he wanted me to apiioiut him Secretary of State. Other beuatori camo to mo aud advised mo to claim the franking privilege fur life under the law giving a president of tho United States that emolument I replied that I would not assume any doubtful powers. The office of president won vacant from Saturday night at 12 p. in., to Monday noon, when Gen. Taylor was sworn in." j o poured out two glasses of whisky. "I guess I wont drink," said tho former inebriate, "especially it keeping tho pledge will bring another lump, for it is not very hard to boar after all," and with this he drew out the lump u largo roll of greenbacks from his sitlo pocket nud walked oil, leaving tho landlord to his sad reflection. Why Should Not Women tained Biich lists. Tho first advertisement appeared on tho 21 of April, 1G 17, iu a weekly palter called Perfect Occurrence of Every Date Journal in Parliament and Oilier Moderate Intclliijcneca uamo that would make our newsboys frautic. For several years, booksellers" wcro tho ouly advertisers, but as newspapers began to circulate moro among less educated classes, other kinds of o Whistle can advertisements appeared nnd tho colhelp and cheer a man so much, why umns gradually nesumed u business-likaspect. Tho Mereurius Politicus should it Ikj denied to a woman ? If of Kept. :10, 1G58, containoJ tho first whistling twill drive away tho blues undho company for a louesome per- trade advertisement, which related tho son, surely women havo much moro charms of a "now drink, called by the need of its services than their broth C'hiuoaus 'Telia,' by other nations 'lay,' f If tho mcro act of whistling 1S- - crs, for to them come many moro such occasions than to mcu. Thoro tiro many who havo not tho gift of song. Why should they not whistle as thoy rock thocradlo or perform their household duties pr accoiupauy themselves on tho piuno ? IJut there is a physical or hygienic advantage in whistling which should excuse it against nil tho canons of propriety or "good form," It is often remarked that tho avor-ag- e mid iu girl is so narrow-chestetharespect compares so unfavorably with "her brother. May this not bo due in soiuo measure to tho habit of whistling which every boy acquires as soou as ho arrives at tho dignity of pants, and girls seldomdo ? Let an ono try for five minutos tho iuhaliug of 'tho' bratb 1u it occurs iu the act of whistling, and tho effect on tho lungs aud chest cannot fail to be noticed. A 'daily practice of this kind would bo of moro beiieGt than all tho patent inspirator aud chest exhausters iu tho ."Iirenologicnl Journal. market. alms 'lV ' Cood Advice, A young lady writes to Urick I'om-cro- y ns follows : "Would I be safe iu marrying a man whom I lovo and who professes to lovo me, aud is handsome, well educated aud plenty of tho world's goods, but is addicted to drink, but says ho will abstain after marriage; when ho has sowed his wild oats ? I am au orphan, ami writo you ns a friend for nd vice." Pomeroy nnswor-oabout us follows : You had better cot iuto your cufllu, pull down tho lid yourself, and bo consecrated to your mother earth, than marry a man who drinks. Thcro uro thousands of poor women whoso lives nro wretched by listening to the promuo of reformation after marriagu. If you do not want to got iuto your coffin, take the most obnoxious piece of old meat that you can find ud tako it to your bosom for n hiubaud, rather tbnu marry n muu debauched, degraded ami debased by strong drink. d STOCK, CROP, &C. Charles gave lus Marbles to Thomas, and after School was out ask I will ou" r at public aale at hit fann, on the Stan- lorn ami AiuicuKeTiiio piae, ou ed him how many Marbles ho had won. TVKSllAV, SOVEJinKn H, lHHt, "I did not Win," replied Thomas. Three or four hundred ahocke of Corn In the field. 8 or 10 stack! or Hay, 23 young rat lloiri, Uiws ana "I struck a hard Crowd and lost." Cattle, aoru kuo.1 Caltet, S or 0 fancy 2 Then Charles was sad, for ho was a Tearnnjrt, a goon z.norte wagon, one rocnawsr, Plows, Harnett, Hear, Ac , one lluckyo Mower, pretty Tight Fisted littlo boy, nnd 10 abarea or Stanford AMllleJtBillle turnpike ttoclt. and Furniture. Sale commence some began lo Cry. But presently he said at 10 o'clock, when terms will lieplren. OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. HAHIKI. PiTAWM. to Thomas : "You are a naughty boy, It cuibntci'H Niiiiilt; ami Fancy GrocvrlvH, I'ufciit anil Family nnd I hato you Very Much." ! An then Thomas hit Charles in tho Flour, Meal, Itacou anil I.aril, Tobacco ami CIkiii-m-, lVooti-eNose and threw him down in the Dirt, Hating concluded to remote lo Texas, I offer for Willow ami Tinware, GIiish ami liicciihunrc. C'aniU'tl tile my making his new panties look very bad GooiIh ol all hinds a specially. JCciiicinbcr llic place, "The IlCHiilCIICC aV ItlltlllCHN IlOIICf, indeed. Corner Store." Cbmblued In one, illuated In the town of Crab OrSo when Charles reached homo he chard, Ky on Lancaiter atrect The building It ttorlea high, Mii1) fat and contwo and told bis Papa all about his troubles. It 20x10, tains In all eUht rooms The with counters and eliciting nlcelyandproierly arWhen he had finished his Papa said ranged, with all the outbuilding necessary to conthe moat venience and to him : "You don't know as much as an abundancethe taste ot water for fsitldioui, and drinking and of pure puiHea,lautlfLil Thompson's Colt, and I am going to household aud lwautlfylug the ahidereand fruit trees ent pitmltes, all adorning HllgoiHlanu. neaiuiy ronuiiion. A117 una Tako a Crack at you myself." IN- DK4LK iiaiiYt valuiltlA residence, amonc a det Then ho gavo Charles a good Lick- er and proiierous coplc. would do well lo railo ana examine me piemisea ueiore purcnasingcisi-wherDRUGS, 0 OKS, STATION EltY & FAKCY ARTICLES. Ternta reasonable ing nud Bent him lo bed without any j2.tr joiix r. sTiiont.'. rhjrilclani' rrescrljillons accurately comouiided. Pharmaceutical I'rcparatlona a specialty. Supper. And when Charles had lain because on his Stomach for a while, To sow grain in torn land or any oitlinary fund nojnrjxirufion it neeited ichcre thin imptemtnl RICHMOND ho felt more Corafortablo that way, ho is used; imy Jriie into the Jitld and goloKork teedmg. said to himself: "No moro Blind Pools for me." Do you not think ho had a Great & Chicago I hate recently oivned In Itlchmond a large and I do. Head, children? complete I'lanlnx Mill, and am prepared to luriitsh kind or Tribune. eterj Three First-Clas- s Implements Combined in One. Stonewall Jackson's Widow and Daughter BUILDERS' MATERIAL! Will Get their Legac. MaLiiw the lot and dicaiust im nlemcnt ever vfxxluud. An iimJcmenl that it ."m.V. ,.,,,- - ... Tho county court made the follow iog order yesterday in tho matter of Wcatlicrlioartliiig, Flooring, vrry crop cidtUated. tho petition of Stonewall Jacksou's Doorx, SjihIi, ISIIihIh, T.ittliH, widow aud daughter for the payment SliliiKlcx. MonltliiiRH, Klnir to them of $4,099.13, decreed to them wajH, Ac. tho will by tho chancery court under Aalacll at prices such as the More articles can he of Wade II. Bolton: t v.i ....". MJUISTIlie, liOUItni am lure can Ordered by the court that tho con aale houses, Ipatronise I homeniaVe It lo jouiI adam Institutions, vantage to sent of this court is hereby given to also a practical F. M. Appersan, executor of Wado II. Bolton, to withdraw his appeal to and to furulih tho supreme court iu tho agreed caso And am prepared all Itludaof design wurk. csllmatea scroll lor hulldlogtand doing no small huslneu, can be JudgThat I ani of Mary A. Jackson and others vs. F. ed from the fcci that my hank account runs from rlulky Harrow and Svider Tho Albion Pprltik-Tuper week. M. Apperson, executor, No. 1,022, JI.80U to JJ.tiOOand bullJlug done promptly and at Contracting Fur Ittt monty tlum required to obtain a grain drill, which can only be utilued in one tnu. on the chancery court of Shel- Heine prices. Address ' H. D., tiU immanent can be had, which icill put tit all limit of email grain in the my bttt manner i STAFFOHli. lext labor tlum the bent grain drill mtufe. lots time and by couuty, aud to pay to said Mary A. Jackson and Julia T. Jackson, widow nnd daughter of Gen. Thomas T. Jacksou, tho $4,099.13 with prop er legal iuterest thereon, according to DR. OANN'S REMEDIES ! tho judgmeut aud decree of the chanFOIt TITE MILLION. cery court; aud that when tho same DY W. K, OANN, M. t., is paid anil a receipt taken, that eaid MANUFAtTUnED MONTICEIXO, KY. receipt shall bo a good aud proper voucher for said payment to apply to The world Is tilled with the wonderful, beautiliirculloiii ol luau, yet all the ful and lutiloil et-any account to which it is properly combined talent aud geulut Hi it Hi" world nut can know u bit litter pruduced auythlng that iu the settlement of said compare wstb 'Dr. tlauu's lteiurdles " Medical chargeable PotlUon of Teeth cod lercr wblloat work, l. tailed lo discover skill aud science hate, as estate. The clerk will certify a copy any thing eiiual to them, lot the cure of the Tlum by delacJiimi the feeder yvu hare the tat Harrow in the uvtld, one thai Hill do moic ffil are rrnuuiueu led. As Ihelr the will for which ijolng over of this order lo the said F. AI. Apper- virtues and uveathey (iralsed by thousands through- in onceuml with the ground than an irdinary harrow Kill in a doten, baidei doing are vioietat U11I, andaa fader ol etc. This court does out Ihe length and breadth theythe son, oxecutor, cannot Iu ex(Standard r'aiullr Medicines, not undertake to adjudicate any ques- celled, an I are fully eubatautlalod by the tion involved in tho litigation with For Oiughs, tiilds. Croup, llroachltls. Cuiump-lio- n and all IHioatca ol the Throat and l.ungs, E. M. Apperton concerning the execof Wado II. Boltou, deceas IJho Dr. Gaiut'H Connie Nymp. utorship ed, but. merely undertakes, to givo its For Uter Complalnl,riyiipiIi. I ndlmllon Jaunall lllllout consent so far ua it is authorized to do, dice, Coutllpallon, rlour blomaih and llieaai, to tho above mentioned payment. Gunn'H Mirer Cure. Uho Alemphis Avalanche. For llheiiuiatLm, Neuralgia, Kpralm, Htklset and for nun or It is customary among tho Piutes riwtltliigi -- an eitornal Leatl, medicinewhen u chief dies to kill the Vmo Dr. Gann'it Liniment. man who attended him. This seems IVslllsu of Tvelh and Uvr whlU not In use. Ilemonholdt, Hums, FUlula acd all to be a simple nud expeditious way of For lllrs. disease, After pUintiny your nop, by tetiwviuy three teeth you can thorouglJy puluriu tifoiL cvUitule il iu liar from preventing the niediciuo-maand dtttroy the uxedt in two rum of torn u( u fiuiar. a thing thai uo other cultiealor tnll Jo. that the Piuto Congress with a bill Uhu Dr. GHiin'ri File Ointment. Alfirtt etatid, htitie ii implement iluit can be uted in miy crv cultivated and one get a u tfe and tet it, Fanaert, eelUd in noiK by any other iMjAvifiif; durable und umic. for j35,000. For Fresh Cuts, Uurua, Ulcere aud Did Sores, " Pie-- bo MsMfetmlKigM Sf . Asaph Block, Stanford. GROOEBS, year-ol- d llou-eho- 89-- FOR SALE une-ha- lf ttore-roo- ni n, PENNY & McALISTER PLANING MILLS! HARROW, CULTIVATOR SEEDER. 1 111 ARCHITECT, olh Afflicted, Attention LSe lr. appllv-allo- u g Tho deopost mine iu tho world, ac- Hue Dr. G11 iii.'h Itllier-Suc- ct GEO. D. WEAF.EN, Agent, Stanftrd. Ky. Ointment. cording to Prof. II. Iloefer, is the 11 U. WKARKN, Agt., Richmond, Ay. If. U WITHERS, ML. Imcadcr. Ky Przibrain silver mine iu Bohomla. Uho Dr.Guiiii'N Stomach lIUIcrH y. IVtt., JIUMummt, UJiEK.V iX Yli,hl4l.U. Tho lowest depth it 3,300 feet bolow the of torn thU Hon. T. B. Montgomery's Testimonial. I hart tuttiiatedmy crop hnitation that am11 trtl bttt A Uellabl Tonic. Appetiser and Mood I'uilfler, . the surface. ludlgestlon, Liter Albion Combined Cultitator, llarrw ami Heder and tun my uUhoid it the and also cure Malarial Fatria and all periodical Complalot. harrow or cultivator I haretter um. Gmjiouiten aerttoftvrn a day with all eate. It dote tU d IMiease. Manufactured and for sal by An uuvil cist iu Pittsburg is That M Muntgvuiciy wort perfectly, atut I tan theerfuUy ittomuumd l to my farmer frirntU to ba tho heaviest casting made :mv:d., 'lo eou yruin with thu Seeder no tilnt Auntl in rehired to than l (ivtn fltk at tkit it aU Jum Iu this couutry. 100 tons It is said yWopn,tr, Jljittl1 6y the diner without flopping vr getting effku awl. of irou wero melted to pnirit. l);i-.lssup-poso- and try it if it doet not do uhat we claim for if, ve do not uunt your money. ct euw-pi- w. k. y "9V fjr ...Jt rl t --- 4 V this morning before he nild $1,700,000 for actual missionar ff Ing at the time, but indications ate now that BRUCE, WARREN & CO. ballot to take the sldo of vice, $1,000,000 for educational work Ewell will lack a few votes of getting enough. colored people and Indian, and About Prorix. Miss Amanda Mc ATTHi:"TWINFItONT8." safety and see that it reads "Philip anions over $.100,000 have been loaned to 331 Kee of 1ondon Is her brother Dr. KY. I). Thompion." churches for lb erection of edifices. W I'. McKee at this place. Mr F L The Chriftifin 06TKr(luliTlll,Ky ) Thompson and wife were vlsillng Prof and Tuesday Morning, November 7, 1882 So FA it as has been learned to this time, the Stalo troops wero perfectly slate that the Shod of Kentucky bat tak Mrs. A. O. IiTfll t Livingston Sunday. en measure la celebrate the completion of Mrs Jsck Adam, Jr., went to Louis? Ille EDITOR justifiable WALTON, o t- LB a rr O r. W..P. in firing on the assailing the flrst hundred years of I'rccbyterlanlsm Yesterday on a visit to her sister, Mrs L. d mob and it is a great wonder that In that Stale In October next. It waa In 8. Jones. 0 --i c CD they wero so well disciplined as not to the Fpring of 178.1, that the Iter. David njtt COMlilB'H. 9 4qq CD 02 Buciltn't Arnica Salre. Ps Virgin-la- , In the. worM for Cuts, Rriilsrt, HON. PHIL B. THOMPSON, JB.a open on them sooner. They had been Hlce, a native of Hanover county, Tin best Mire an esrne-l- , faithful, Presbyterian prea- Boiee, Ukvrt, Salt Ilheuni, Fcrer Horn, Tetttr, & threatened, bullied and worried, had r Mmnta. CD trt-- Kleftlon, Nortmbcr 7th. been forced to tako another route cher, went out into the "backwoods," or, as Chapped Hands, Clillblalni, Corns, aixl all Skin V! -l. Krnrttoni,tml poellleelr cures pllea. Itlsfnar-antrj it waa more elegantly called, the "Transylthan the ono thoy hod intended and vania" region, to (Ire entire aallifacllon or money refundao P : to preach the gospel. The ed. Trlre 13 rents prrtiAf. For ails Ir Penny A THAT LITTLE RED HOD. had used ovcry precaution to prevent opening sermon at the next meeting cf the McAllsler. rt-- O gB o-prt-be ro 8 7 nod Is lobe preached by the grandson of a collision. Tho only thing to Wat It Stolen or Not t fret of Charge. 1 CD gretted is that innocent spectators the first man barn In that State All pernor l sifTerlng from Cough, Colds, Aath "I I.a KAAAnt tiil.1iAiilintia iw tlsn Tvf j, litre icwut i.uuuwsnuuo iu i.g .iroa, Mroncliltla, Us of Voice, or any affection of wero tho greatest sufferers, whilo tho O MARRIAGES. (TERioit Jouknai. concerning Eld. R the Throat anil Lungs, aro requested to call at mob waa scarcely hurt. Fivo or six c Penny AMcAllster'a Drug flora and get a Trial 03 Mr. John Bright of this county eloped L. Ewell, who tince ho wna duped by soldiers wero slightly wounded. Tho to Cincinnati a few days ago, with Miss Dottle, of Klng'a New Wscorcry for Consumption, n H W CD two or tlirco of the petty bosses of hii frreof charge, which will convince thrni of Ita 2 S r looseness of the administration of tho Sallie, daughter of Dr. W. D Harlan of wonderful inertia and show what a regular dollar-sir- e party Into running for Congress, now laws, B together with an abuse of tho Boyle and wtre there mado one flesh. Mr lotlle will do. Call early. appears in tlio type of ono or two crq eSSM-g- . pardoning power that is simply dis- E. L Hutching and Mint Luella Bright jo rs newspapers, as tho Hon. Air. graceful, CD H i Qs rt- rendered tho presenco of tho accompanied them. We wish the young s Ewell, havo stirred up the llttlo long life of unalloyed happlnem. 5.MS CD &V. troops necessary to protect tho fiend- couple a M na . ah. in tho radical nicnagerio moro CD ish murderers. Tho pcoplo have no r-ftn LAND. STOCK AND CROP. than a nest of bumble bees would confidence in the law and as mob law John Land sold to V. W. (lentry 32 ct- have done and causod that roost conlIuiuJiiNt rvcchctl a wry Iiirso fttork or is better than no law, they resort to scrub cattle at 3 els. if O temptible of brutes, the ass, alias Totrntilntr to mar r. I wilt Daniel Stagg, St., will sell his stock, oflVrtt public tile onto Andrrmn countnow rrtttlr, that. It is a crying shamo that it is the form where I Murphy of the Danvillo Tribune to CD in uncoin counir. Roownu ine iiuifiiiT piarp, o so and wo hope this fearful business at crop, Ac, on the llth. See "adv." 0 tulles from Dtnf.lle on tho lluttonilH Ur,on tCD prick his ears and bray in his usually C. Q. Ware sold to (lus McCoruiack a Ashland will awaken ovcry body con nonsensical and disgusting manner. pur of extra good steers at I J cents. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1882 cemed to a full senso of their duty as AND -Sales reported In Bourbon of 5,000 The following property, And in all tho braying and jabbering 00 head nf Cattle, 40 W ' officers, as judges, ns jurors and as bushels of corn at $2 05 per barrel on cars. of which will weigh front ill to I,tu0 ll.,and are 3 l,0X et-is particularly noticeable, one thing now tetng lid; ) and 20 yearling cd citizens; A. J. lllce bought of Tatcm, 5 vesrl Hteers, some or taeni citra good; milk Oowa and 1 every ono oi tho animals engaged in Mula Colt, aoiue fat Hogs, a fancy CO and 1 broke mule at Calim, afto.1 n B0q saddle Mare, a Urge lot of Hay unJer roof, about Wo received tho following unsolic ing mules at tho howl almost without exception, is iw snocaa oi uurn, sw snoraa oi raiaer. an my $100. CO farming Implements, Including a Thomas liar tugging nt tho governmental teat for ited from Gen. Jarvis Jackson yester.1 t5 Mr. O. J. Thurmond left here yester Hake and a goml 2 horse wagon; Household and P- - tar1 eJ - M- XTM" C Qs O - a tarlous pap and begging for more. Well, the day. It seems that he waa taken ad- day a couple of turnip that weighed 7 Kitchen urnllure and110 and other articles. over d ca under, rash; Tkxus. All sumaof -- . O 0Q 18S3, lbs pur- - W. I that amount a credit till January I, poor little things must do something vantage of because of his blindness und pounds each. : ciiaeersgifing mnd witn approved securiir, nego' O P4 a) age, as he himself asserts. Tho rad Tom Robinson of Hustotivllle drliv tiable and parable at Ih First Natknal llank ol " to prove their loyalty and fidelity to 3 M tf tC 4 3 . Ul CD Danrllle. Sale to begin at 9 o'clock A M. 22 yearling cattle, 1,160 JOE A. COII KN. ".O -the party, and tho occasion given icals can read this and get all tho con ered the other day m lbs. at 6 to Adam Carpenter. w Ll as cheap a chance to eolation possible from it. them was about Is gratifying to nolo thst'out of ten It Losjdos, Ky., Nor., 0, 1882 One thy show it as they could wish. s sales of where 464 animal KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. R, laat week I was told bjr It. M. Jack-ocd Ers.ff.cp We did not go recklessly into this of Mr. Ewell, that C. W. Jones were disposed of, It. B. A E. P. Woods of 1 ar fas P1 thiug nor would wo until backed by wanted to see me at the clerk' office. I this county secured the highest average THE MOST PESIBABLE ItOUTE T-OP. Ul CD -i authority, in which wo had so much called to see what he wanted. He read a save one and that James M. Russell's, 2 p.g; m. certificate to me which he wanted me to which was $S7 27. The average of the confidence that all the howling CD H CD H Woods' herd waa $8154. H And decidedly the Popular Route, affording, as It of tho republican camp, pro sign. I think It contained the same as the CouNrv Court Day. Yesterday was an doca, leas changes and superior accommodations to otO -i O w test they never so strongly, could one In the Danville Trilune, and I told him ugly day and the crowd waa comparativeP that I could not sign It. He then struck Missouri, Iowa', Kansas, Texas, not make us believe that they have oat till it read: amount of business "I nerer beard Mr. Ewell ly slim. But a small done, o4 North, Northwest and West. In fact. If you " rib CD t Pi vj CD abused our faith in them. Suppose charged with hog stealing. I considered in any branch wss dpi, II T. The contemplates iripin any direction, your Interest O W in 1 Being a damp chilly day will hebestserrtdb) tmrchulne rour ticket rta 4 Bush reports: we again review the charges and see hiui a (jenllemui," which I signed relufK. a and Cincinnati. iraioe eacn way a, i uu P R. and aia; Kleganl New if "a foul and slanderous attempt to ctant!. I have been very near blind for 30 and moving our sale grounds the market man Palace I furnished Itecllnlna? Day Coaches, loru o Chair hindaoinslr was almost a failure. About 150 cattle the uocqualed equiiinienta of thla Did Cars Ilellabts, has years and Mr. Jones or the editor of the blacken Mr. Ewell 8 character" HUX fV offend and most all moved off without be thereby making a trip orcr thla line ono ol luxu- o p CD Tribune ha done me an Injustice. rious comfort and pleasure Try It. beeu ..made. It will bo remembered P 03 4 mf ing sold; one lot of small yearling mules Jakvis Jackson.. " Ul TiLi iTi' TIME TAltLE, IN EFFECT OCT. IS, 18S3. that tho first chargo was that he was brought $32 50 per head. Some aged m Owing to family bereavement, we CT Hj Ul S in rn tried lor mules ofleretl, but withdrawn, ranging No. No. 4. I Ko.. South. d o K1 U-were unablo to attend the speaking of from $75 to $100 per head. "8TEALINO A JJTTLE RED IIOO" jsw. LaJ Lre, Curlngton. 8 00 am 2 SO p nil 800pm l-cto " tauuoutu.. and that a compromise was effected Mr. Ewell on Saturday, but we learntwin S 09 pp ml 918pm P GARRARD C0UNTT. 10 SO a m " CynlbUn mliorspm aa S Ct- w H 11 SO a m 5 43 p mjl0S7m " by which he paid the owner for tho ed from a friend that his denial of the tS1 Ul CD Lancaster. Arr. iarlsu.. 12 IS p m 8 M p m 11 20 iin Lilngton.. SO p hog." His friends reply that it was a charges published against him, while jWH 1 zo Hairy Wherritt of Cincinnati is with Lre. Lexington . 2 21 p m 7 20 p m 11 23 pin 5" SLOT? CD p IP 8 m 12 10 iu Arr. Vlncnester civil suit under which ho was tried for emphatic, was couched in dignified relatives here for a few days. ' lit. Sterling s us p in iiupm 1245 am S ' Ashland . 7 21 p IT 12 84 a m the; value of the hog and that tho language that showed, notwithstandProf. Self la engaged in teaching a S 08 p Pi 1 IV a m 4 33 am Huntington. KOBTll. No. 3. No. 3. No. 1. decided that ho should pay for ing tho charges, that ho was moro fa large class in the art of "Ink Slinging." Court H Ops CD The "Musical Cooking Club" and Lr. Uuntlni(tonH S SO a m 1 S3 a m the animal and the costs. Admit their miliar with tho manners and customs "o rs -Tj 7 OS a m AihUnd-- .. CD folks generally were delightfully " Mt. Sterling II 83 a ui iiOsm statement as correct our information of gentlemen than his henchman, young Ul CD " Winchester . 12 21 p m 8 10 a m entertained at Judge Owsley's Thursday Gen. Zollicofler Fry, who wo nro told Arr. Lexington was not so very far out of tho way. i 13 p to 7 to a ru evening, Miss Burgess receiving. 2 00 p ui Lre. LexIngtonwH 8 (O p in " I'arls. ..-- inipu 8 33 a m 3 40 put Tho Court decided that ho had illegal ranted at a fearful rate to his two or Hon. M. II. Owsley spoke to a good Cjnthlana.' 2 M p in ilian 4 Usui txisgessioii of the hog. There are two three while and score or so of blacks crowd nt the " Falmouth . 4 10 p m 10 19 a m SCSpm Saturday after2 5" Arr. OorlnKton.. 5 41 p m It 33 a m 630am ways to become so possessed, by acci- that composed his audience. But the noon. It waa expected that Col. Bradley Ul MAY8VILLE DIVISION. J cd dent or by design. If he accidental-l- y old fellow is excusable, he has not and Little Phil would meet here at that No. tLr. LexlogtouA pui, Arr. Majs rill S 10pm e 00 ai " Lezlnfton 9 23am Qo fj gotten over the fearful beating that time but as Col. Bradley did not show up No. 10 ' came in possession of it, that's an " Mantilla lihi. Thompson went on to Stanford to meet No. II I'arls 6 20am, other thing, but if he designedly took Phil Thompson gave him two years Kwell. The general impression is that No. 12 " MajsrlllelOjpni " Lexingtons S3 pm 00? IiST LTog. J ago and ho feels sore over it yet. . No. firunsdsllr. and haa darcotehia fromrin. that which belonged to another, jm Ul Thompson will carry the county Tuesday, PQ ctnnall to MTaahlngton, I'ullman Hleepers to Kana. . . m CD CD 8AVK AND DUHABLE! IT WAS STEALING and According to estimates from State but it seems to be a democratic principle wha Falls. W.Va.onlj atltecllnloj ChairK.Car lo IU iSlops stations on It. C " WL3 In fact, there la no Hnglus that u a It for I'rl Hn.ifli.Hr, Darablllly ant ItellsMe Work. It Is ct- whether he was tried on a criminal or Central Committees published iu a to lose a battle just afler one is gained. where time Is glrcn. No. 2 runs dallr, except CD Ul A uilucultyocctirreu between ajoung bunday, haa through coaeheato Hun Ington. No. SB JuitTIIKK.SdINI. tolirlro n civil warrant. It will be seen Chicago paper, tho democrats claim runsuanr, eicepiBunuar; naatnrough coaches man by name of ITardwick and old man i JI t. bterllog and parlor car to Maramle. No. 3 2 P. fU CD t--S (?) . . to therefore that there were grounds that thoy will have 179 members in Washing, Foster In tho vicinity of Bryanlsville, runidallj; has elegsnldar coach from Falls and Kanawha aud good one for tho statemeut as the next liouso, tho republicans 128, Tliurwlay. in which Hardwick struck Fos- ton, I'ullman Sleeper from to Cincinnati. Ouly n parior cara ironi Leung on three slops. cd yen. 3 run PRINTING PRESSES CORN SMELLERS, published. Hut again, as Mr. Ewell with 20 scats iu doubt. Tho republi- ter with a handspike fatally injuring him. dar, and hare Nos, 1 and coaches dallr, except Dun- through from Huntington O --" ct- 1 would remark, if he were exhorting his cans ligure for themselves 1C9 mem- Hardwick had leased some land from Fos- and Mt. Sterling. Direct connection at Leilngton g 1 a cd with atagM for ItlthmouJ.Kr., Lswrenceburg.Kr ' g CO -- . M brethren, thoy say it is a foul slander bers, 127 democrats and 31 doubtfnls. ter for a term of three years. The parties and Versailles, Ky. P. hi Ui H st Wood Nitiv.s, O.W. BENDER, C. L. IIIIOWN. met aa house raising in the neighborhood because we published that Mr. Ewell Qen'I I'uu. A Tkt. Agt. tiuierlntendent. will prove that the democracy "Oeneral olOccs, Corlngtou, Kr, O P. CDthe day of the difficulty when Foster inwas indicted, tried and acquitted for has tint reckoned without its hosts. CiaillS, pformed Hardwick the leave had expired forgiug tho records of the County p" CD and demanded possession of the properly. Cincinnati, 7r New Orleans It would bo much cheaper fur the Court iu a suit in which he was interMill.s, tho lease would American peoplo to burn down their Hardwick did not think r ested. They admit that the statement & Tesas Pacific expire for a year but agret-- if it had, to ct- CQ PJ is oven no and we published a certified Whito IIouso at Washiugton and let vacate. The matter ended here till after O A yJ CD MP P. Tsatlie.s, fce. c er--i copy of tho record to prove it and the President board arouud with tho dinner, when Foster again brought up the rn O. Ul o S to yet the little varmints howl about boys. It seems preposterous, but the subject and attacked Hardwick with a a? 1 :m: 3 w CD - E Vd figures show that $147,000 were spent knife and Hardwick struck him with the &- -. o aCS M slander and democratic lies. In effect Oct. 29, 1882. Call nt Tho Interior Journal Ollice anil hccmhio urihn tloHlruliIo "c handspike. This is all that can be learned e 6 ca 'Q CINCINNATI bOUTHEKN DIVISION. The other chargo was that after ho iu repairing and altering it during the of the matter so far, and Is a KiirIiich in ocrnllati. Iteuicnilivr every KiikIiic u C5 Iiim our KiiisritiKev. Kch1 II: SOUTIIllOUKI. sued a mau for slander for telling that fiscal year ended Oct. 31. story. W Nol7 No 8. No 3 No rTI XJ 0.0 n m Wa uy to all purchasers thai we guarantee our Il.kwallcr Eoglnea lo U well and The republicans say that tho pub he had seen him and a sweet sister in Lex. Nlgt'Accom Mall UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. suUlanllallr inajlej luU sale, simple, durable and cuinpleUi In construction, lo work wetland glss the full Llm, Exp Dallr and BTATION8. clalme.1 when proier!ir Bltsclml an.I manage I. Mematellio abort guarantev. and aell on lb lillow. rather closo quarters, he agreed if the lished charges against Ewell will make Sam. M. Burdelt. Editor. D'lr Da.- - Ex. Eip. ing CODUIIIOUS, ria will glse Ilia purchaser the Hist SU.Iajs arter the arrltalof the Kngluu giro It Ex.n Ir. trnd'r Djjl s About of a vote will be lair and sat Isfactorr trial. In ra.e Ilia hnin. falls In e..t.i ...iia...., .mnniM . mm iii 1...1. man would accept a verdict of 85,000 him many hundred voters. Then I'.M". KM 1. M A..M S1 I'n.lh. .." ."." "" ........-- ..r.....l .H..J.I..II-- . .ul..l ... .1.7. . t ii me urciiaser returns tne hugluo lohls uwu. .nvi.. ...er.i.Kiue, frusiuru .'. P. tU 1 aro they crying about? Lre. Cincinnati. 6 23 8 40 4 33 8 4i SB polled. he would remit tho amount aud. pay what the d nesrrai railroad station, and leases II subject to uui order bs the tluu ol said SOUara" trial. Georgetown. ,,,,,.,,,,, 9 03 II 10 0 43 1128 SE.Q Ct- - -i. Certainly no las mould a k for more llberalolteraud oilra t Elder J. L. Allen preaches hero next 9 3 II 40 710 12 00 qg.oq Islington half tho costs. Mr. Ewell and his Why don't they give us a vote of " Nlcbolaarlllo ... . 12 03 7 36 14 26 Sunday at 11 o'clock, A. M. Ul LOOK AT OUR PRICES: " High Bridge ...... 12 23 7 67 47 friends say tho amount was 810,000 thanks instead of censure, the idiots ? ct- 3 " llarrudshurg Juuci'n ..... 12 33 8 13 12 03 s y The leaders on both aides have been Tower Koitloeaud Midler I .1110 00 " Dantlllo .. ... 12 47 8 23 16 I'uwer f.ngluo and Itolf.r . O CD aud that all but an insignificant sum Cuicr.iUNO news comes from ull tho somewhat active during the pist few day. 2r0 . 331 00 " Junction Clijr. . .. 12 37 8 33 20 I'owrr (ugloe aud Ikdlsr... . 00 " Momersct 2 20 was remitted and that tho mau alto Kentucky districts. Tho only doubt l'owcr Uxlno and lluller . 300 Ewell'a frelnds here now claim that - 410 00 2 SO .., " I'olut lluruslde .. 3 40 I'lleredoocarsath.rliigald, tlhl.i 06 ... Itockwood .....m.. signed a libel, and yet they prato lies in tho Adams-Whit- e 8U further Information and dtscrlbtlre wiu.lilet, address the lumufjctursri, race and in Laurel county will give him between 600 ' Spring City 40 .... 66 20 7,7.. III7823 O CD W g ' Boce. . about an attempt to traduce tho char- tho llth district, with the chances and COO majority. 15 03 tf JAMi:.S IsKFFJKIa A CO., NiiriiiKllclil, OhIo. Ul . J 8 30 1 .!ZZ' '10 23 ttffl IT CD A meeting of the teachers in the Sun- Arr. Cbttanuoga... BIO H. acter of the dear little Sunday School strongly iu favor of the democracy. NoiiTuaouao. day School will be held gPd night boy. Tho fair minded aro bound to Let every man stand to his post. N0I8 No 6 No 4 No 2 5 ecrq and every Wednesday night thereafter. m u - Ms tn confess that we havo stuck remarkaI'.M I'.M I, M. I'.M Ben Turner, assistant engineer on the 7 30 NOTES Of CURRENT EVENTS. 600 633 te. Chattanooga.... .... Wiw m mrnf ! bly close to tho record iu the whole IMMJI At 7 40 K. C, like a true- patriot, left here Satur ' llojcii,. 310 603 ) i W 9 33 7C3 730 The Court of Appeals lias decided day, for Mt. Sterling, his home, to vote for " Spring Clt........ matter and that our informants havo 10 08 ,, ' 740 823 ' I'olut llurnslde 12 23 13J Matt Adams. been fully vindicated in all wo have that liorso racing is not gaming. DEAI.BU IN 2 1l 1WI Somorsot..... .. .. . C5 w cd Tliejury in the case of A. C. Soleldo, C. C. 1'ittinan und family expect to 53 3 30 2 32 Junction Cltr........ published. We therefore defy a libel indicted for the murder of his 341 3 40 2 42 Daurllle. brother, A. leave this county in a few weeks for MisCD 3 67 8 81 2 57 ' llarrodsbunr Juuct'n suit, and if Mr. Ewell or his friends M. Sotelda, iu Washinjtun,last February, am O Pj II High Urldge....... ... 6 10 3 11 souri. Their friends dlsllkv lo see thtin 433 633 8 33 " Nlcuoiasriiit.....,, think they can help his reputation by returned a verdict of not KUilty. SVO go, but wish them prosperity if they must Lexlugtoa.. 22 30 6 26 700 400 33 733 4 27 " Uwrgetown.. ..... Oeorne (Jaines for the murder of Chan. go. one, all we have to say is that they I noitsK niiokn, 5 23 7 40 P 10 23i mioi: 4S Arrangements have been made to get Arr. Cincinnati..... .... I'er.n In Franklin county cot n life sent can crack their whipi and proceed I. cd ALABAMA (UtrJAT BQUTHEUN. I A.M. the news from the whole country CD1 B0 HH-f-, . As we have sai'I beforo thero are ence. IIo ought to havo been hung but Lra. tliattauooga........ 900 the jury wanted to (,'! "Id man lllack-bur- n It's rodgh on the operator, but Jim Maret " Attalla.. ... 1233 cTp P other charges against Mr. Ewell which " lllruilmbam. 8 13 Is a clever fellow and will stand It like a h- a chance ' Tuacaluuaa ........... 583 SB SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, wo have so far declined to publish, Arr. Meridian ... ..... 1000 The Stcretiry of the Treasury baa de- little man. and will continue to decline unless cided to construct a public building at LouJohn D. White passed up on the train Lre. Meridian .. . 630 " Tuscaloow.. 9 67 B ct-reudered necessary. 12 21 It is passing isville, Ky , on the F.inoaitlon site, Chest Saturday. He claims his election confi " ll.rmlugham... " AIUIU ts-130 CD strange that an innocent mau should nut and Fourth streets, iu recommended dently. If the democrats of the lO'li do Arr. Chattanooga. 6 30 P. EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELEVATORS, their duty John D. will find out M u, CT VICKSDUItt AND MEUIDIAN. have so often been accused of crimes by a majority of the Commission. If, Ml Zt P &W Ct-his claims are not well founded. Postmaster General Howe has made an that "ss Lre. Uertdian.... ,1020 s : K- P but the fates may have conspired " lorest ... . The indications an that Ewell will get 1200 ordei giving lWuiisters discretion in re" Ilraudon. 2 38 agaiust him aud ho may be fur all wo turning letters lo writers uon application his full party vote and have 100 majority " Jactaun..., 863 -11 QUEENSWARE, OLA88WAnE, P 420 personally know a high tonal, honora- and production of proper proof. Hereto- in the county. But there are some demo Arr. Vldnburg- -, vu M S" Lta. Vlckaburg. 800 ble, christian gentleman. We hardly fore this power vented only in the Postmas crats who say the vote will be close with " Jacksou . ... 1041 M. J JS " Hraodon. . f 1128 chances In favor of Thompson for a small . ct- think however, that this it u case in ter General. ' Forest. . 1 41 a P m. a At Chattanooga a train of cars and majority. Arr. Mcrldlau 443 O Comont, &o. Also which tho defeudant should havo the tngine built in that city at the shops of son of VICICrJBUUO. HIIIILVKl'OltT AND I'AClr'IC. Accident. An P. CD P. .aw. i-benefit of the doubt, but that the the Alabama and Qreat Southern railroad Mr. D. M. Cress wok fooling with a pistol Lre, Vlckaburg,, 110 Ul CD - iKiia.. 12 80 rule governing railroad trains is the made a succrwful trial trip. This Is the Sunday morning when the weapon waa acv o CW . Arr. Wonro- e680 a best ono to adopt In the matter; "In first complete train of exclusive Southern cidentally discharged the ball striking him Lre. Monro.... And tbo 7 80 Delia 12 30 painful but in the hand aud Indicting ewes of doubt take the side of safety build ever constructed. Arr. Vlcksburg. 200 0? not dangeroua wound, and ruu no risk." Thero are grave and JOHN HCOTT. V RELIGIOUS. & -- At Oik Hill last Saturday John Mc U'r.Clorlnuatl.Ohlot 1' K. 1'.Ocn. Man. Ctn V Sou. Nona olaim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal, WILKUN.U. and )oflngr, Gutter- doubti about the advisability of send The Aiueii. an lliplist ifume MImIoii Clary slid that Ewell would as certainly I' A, Uu, Hou ll'r. Cincinnati, Cm II, ioy, &c, done on short notico. H. H'r, Chttsil(.a.Tenu, I A A II Ji fug Mr. Ewell to Congieo and we INutielr. wlilt.li lia lunt cjimilutcd fill I CD (Tuesday) as J IIAItnV, -O I' A V AM. ll'r, Vltksburg elected to Congress T. M. JOnNSTON, 1 JOK A. V., H. A I would urge eery voter who may lead IJCsm of it history, liaiduring Unit JO j Buloomoit. It was certain that tho sun wiu then sliln- - Miss.,lluuroe, JMIUUK,tl. DAVID UKINNKH, It r, thejo lines his casta STAKFOED, OFAJLuIr 4 k- -4 ago I Ba tScI m4 ANNOUNCMENT :1S83.: al a?0 5 o o i? O KflB P-(- U O CHENAULT, r- - BS8 mon-key- PUBLIC SALE Stock, Crop, E(e $ a ap SEVERANCE & GO. WINTER DRY GOODS, oD3 ag Sris tfoo a si. e-- OB cP I iE c-- tr-a o gm 2 u FULL o !r.lJ p r 1 on0 &fP? ti 5-H MO U isroa?ioasrs, Short-horn- n, tr a P Der-rish- CISfCIKJfAXI! A t- -CLOTHING; BOOTS, SHOES, P -i pfjq P Kp 0 i Hats, Trunks, ?2o 2 P un P SP 2 PS oO aO 0o 0 tlH 'S p c-- t- w w w Valises, &c, &c. 11 - ftP- llliu loan Court-hous- e 2 Mars-Til- n. Kgo BJS siaPeffiH -3 1 PP 02 pP p il o l-- P Q 0 This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable goods. Weinvite the public general ly to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. o THE BOOKWALTER SOME 8,000 p So P" a ACTUAL USE: P a?:p rrjo To-da- 2o IIH WnQfl j Pp a P ls -- r st Railway. 1 is a?i.isiiiiEi P P g H Creameries, i Cotton Corn 'fli JlevalorH, Feed Mill,, Hay lrcNse, 1 322 I 2irH three-fourth- orJUtfJ 0 S fl lJ t- P5 n ti b o ww a 0 o 6 Bwaaalsi CjS'H w 0 . , .. ... h. .1- m ....... .. o P ..... ...... . ... 1 1 &g o eJ3 rs -P 2 o Jt Ooo - ......., WW afsV u tg.gU'ii mv .. ,, ?2 p 7rr5W ;J aAme p, A Shelf Hardware, iionsi: Iron, s.a ..... tQO dip a VwT Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, .aii.n, ,, H?H P . Straw Cutters, Cidor Mills, Sorghum Mills, et Is Sir He K o SP 5 eight-year-ol- d KPS.B Hp Sto ves,Pinware Fruit Jars Groceries, Salt, Lime, STEEL PLOVtT, Qgd THE! CHAMPIOIM E OEMJIlNi: OIiXVeU CIIIXiIili.OVI.OW. to-d- I- n l. P 11? Pa S t m 'BBPISW ((TOllJ.'wlnr1ronlll.,, Our Corn Shot Nr.w Hoi.tkii Mrai. 76cl. Tuesday Morning, Novembor 7, 1882 McAliater. IlrlghlV S0?.lT3rO3SX), ICY. t. si M CIoto.W II Hlgglns for meat cutters butcher knife, etc pr bushel at . lOCALJJME CARD. o Ir'erery democrat ioa. . does hi dutr major-1- l'MrfrlfilniNoflh...,.., 8ulh.. LOCALNOTICES. Thompson will ba elected br 2,600 A IMr.K V- - A McAlIsl-- r. Hai.boi'TowN I'norjtRTY. Mr. Aher .Just recelTed a new lotof cloaks for and children and a fine lot of I)ol-ma- Owsley has bought of Mr. Mary Logan, J. II. AH. ll.HllANKH. her residence and a portion of the lot for OncAT IUiiuctjom in sheet music: 60, $2,fl75. Mr Logan will remove to Iiui-ville- . 75 and $1 music now sold at 6 cents, itee;. ular alts anJ on Rood iaier, at Mcltoberts A KIskj-V- . Fui.r. and complete line of furniture and g goods generally; oil painPERSONAL ting, chromtM, frame, Ac , may be found at Mim lUcitr.f. CAiit'K.vrKR I a guest of II. K. Wearen' at any time, l'ricea very MU Minnie Dinwiddle. reasonable. Call. . Mim Jmnib Duncan of Lancaster la Cannkii (loot. We carry the largeat wllli her alater, Mr. K. 0. Warren. Ml.tn IIrli.k Vanaiudai.k I convalr-cen- t and most select stork of canned good In the city, and are prepared to offer cxlra and I with her father In Stanford. Mim Maiiv Owm.ey went over to Inducement by dotsn or case. California good a specialty, McAliater A Ilright. Nlcholasville to attend the Duncan-Procto- r Huy Paint of l'tnnjr A McAlisttr. Iluv jour ammunition of all klmls from Mcltoberts A Hw(t(. Nkw Mock of Jewel rr ami Hllmware at I'enny A McAllittr's. Watciii, Clock and Jewelry repalrnl nil warranted by Penny A McAlliter. Fam. lot of elor's Kliot jiiit retetr rtl ami for sale at J. II. AH. II. Hlianlct, Htanpakd Blieel Music, Vocal and In- trum-nta- l, for 10 cent at Penny A McAliater'. Ukunr. tock of Window Glass, all site. Dunhla llilck k'"" for llowcr Its. Penny variety of cook stores, healing store and grate Just received bjr A. Iow prices. Own-le- suggested yeslerdsy Hint we tend remnant of our corn show to the mountain for "that little red bog." llie It wm Pltir.TllOMraon baa made the dlatrlcl one ol the beat member It crir had: how that roil nppreclate hi services br giving blm a full rote. TllR Hubbell Fund will be on Up to day, and there I enough of It for each darker to get $10 They should not there fore sell nut for lea. a man rttWIjlhi succeM. There were OOenlrle and (treat Interest taken In It by farmer and oilier. The day was a rnlny and t If agreeable one, therebv pre venting a Rood a display of the enlrle a e Intended there should have been. Hun dreda of people boweTtr called to examine and the general verdict wa that It wm the beat display of corn they had ever seen. The exhibitor were a follow ! 1. T. P. Klatn, Lincoln county. 2. John L. Water, Doyle county, .1. J. M. Iieaaley, Lincoln county, " " 4 Illram Johnson, " S. J. M. IJeailey, " " " 0. J. M. Hestley, ' 7. T. I'. Nail, V NEW FALL AND OP -- WINTER AT- STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHINGGOODS.HATS.BOOTS, SHOES, &C, 8 0. 10. 11. 12 If! 1 1. K. F.Oalne. " " " " " Prices Gtiaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. W. Cor. Main and Lancaster streets, Stanford, Ky. Oth of Sept. 1851, she waa united In marriage lo Mr. James M. Huffman, who died Aug. 1, 1801, leaving her with four small children, to whom she devoted her life and labor In educating and rearing in the nurKH AHVHITISKJ1KXTN. LTTLE'S. IXXXI3 - E. F. Falne., K. F. 16. 10. 17. 18. 10. 20. 21. 22. 2.1. reception. Mn. anii 1'orr.CTof were up Sunday to are their Mim. W. J, relative. Texa, and Mm W. A. Cash hat returned from ay he baa enough of It. Cllail Tnr.V dodged all around. Hradley was to seak at Lancaster but waa frightened on hy "Little l'lill" and Kwtll jumped his Crab Orchard appointment when he learned that Phil waa already there. haa returned from Knuxvllle without the thieves who stole Ida horse. because of loonenes in the management of the Governor' office of thi State. After n wrek'a trial he is still una. ble to obtain a requisition. (Jot. II. i er- hap attending some ball or marriage. M. IlitucR offered at public auction by Mr. Will Craig sold yes. terday, and that the one he Uvea In. Mr. W. I. Talc became the purchaser at $2,310 the lowest price for so desirable a piece of property that we ever knew. The ale is a cash one, and Mr. Craig will shortly move to Islington. Ukv. 21. 20. 20. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 3.1. to have hltn back. Mww Laura Allen and Mamie Hims, of Farmdate, Ky., have matriculated at the Ktanford Female College. of Danville, John W. YriiKW, too bright and handsome to be a republican and ytthe I, wa attending Court yesterday. Mr. Tim W. Ifi'iaiM la down with malarial fever but I getting better. Jaa T. Craig ia Citing Ilia o.itlon at V. I. () ley' citabltahmcnU Mr. Taronu lUTiirnrouti, a good clliten of thla county, will remove to Texa next week with hi fsniilr. We dhriike to e men cititena leave u. Mm, and Mm. Bex IJuioiit of were guesta of the latter father, Mr. Will Craig, thi week. Mr. Mann of Carlisle, a sister of fata wife la aluo hi guest. MiwwHallledreen, Minnie Dinwiddle, Utile lre Itocheoter, Millie Dinwid dle and Sallie llarriaon, chaperoned by , viilted our office loat night. Tbia Mr.. i put in by apecial and we do it rei-t- , with much pleaaure. JutiOK M. J. DUHHAM wa here He i jimt from canvajiaing district, and while be admit there la much apathy among the dnaocrala, he think that the old veteran will pull thro' by 300 to 400 majority. Mind W11.MK J. Liixakd, a rtfined and elegant lady of Cincinnati, ia the gueit of Mr. W. O. Welch. Miu Lilian! i a devoted adherent ot the faith cure and claim to have been healed at l'itik Cottage of a troublesome diaeaae. J. Kt, " " 31. W.D.Stagg, " " 35. I). M." McKittrick, 30. Col. It. J. White, Madison county. " " 37. Col. It. J. While, .'18. It. W. Given A Son, Lincoln county. " 30. ColJ.W.Wealherford," " 40. ColJ.W.Wealherford, " " 41. ColJ.W.Wealherford," " " 42. Charles Dunn, 4.1. ' L. L. Dawson, " Allen Hestley, " Jack Hetxley, " " George Kngleman, " " George Kngleman, " " J. Z Snoonamore, " George W. Ashlcck, " " " George W. Aahlock, " " George D. Hopjier, " " Jerry Hlscoe, " " M. O. Vandeveer, " " R. It. Gentry, 8r., " II. T. Hush, " S. L. Ware, " " 11. G. Pennington, ' " Kph. Pennington, John L. Waters Hoyle county. Charles H. HalIew,Garrard county. " ' Charle 8. Hallew, George Vaughan, Lincoln county. " W. A. Hall, " " Ja. F. Moore, HF.aalne, Only onk of the six residence Wol-for- LOCAL MATTERS. Ui:"Hun." ii Frtrxii Ovirrr.iw at McAllnter A Ilrighl' Anothxh arrival of heating W. II. Higgit... atovea at Mo-laa- rr Fiiiht Citoi' New Orlean Kilgar and at McAliatrr A Ilright'a. Foil Saul A No. 1 l'iano, in abort time. AddreM thla office. ue but Hay-den- a A HANHrtOMR line of llronie Calico, '. the later! out, juat received at J. W. Juar HrxT.ivei) new pickle iu bulk, freah oat meat, cracked wheat, hominy, uilnco mral, Ac McAliater A Ilright. our old friend Judge H.M.ltoone of Danville for aome poetry and a picture that are exceedingly aproxM t the occasion. ' Wkaiik indebted to Au'liKD DolAllI, a worthy colored barber of thi place, died Friday of consumption. He waa an honorable and highly recta-bl- e man, and waa uiuch thought of by all who knew hlai. daughter of Mr. A Frank Coomer, living uear the Dawson Mill, fell into his well, which I 20 feci deep and haa only about t foot of water in it, without being hurt In the least. been made to vote the Lincoln negroea here It IS reported that an arrangement haa A MEETiKO of the stockholders of the Ktanford Furniture Manufacturing Com" pany will l held in the County Court " room In blanlonl on WolnemMy night, " Nov. 8lli, 18S2, at 7 o'clock, for the trans" action of iiiiortint business, including " the organixtlion of the Company. A full " " Fisher, 60. attendance is requested. To this dute S17,-20- 0 " CO. Milton llainey, have been atib-crihto the enterprise The Judgei selected were Messrs. John and the prosfiect Is that the full amount Hurnside of Garrard, II. Clay Mock of will be raised within a few day. Hoyle and A. K. Denny of thi county. Dadtakiilv Doiwm. A correspondent The show was Indeed so fine that In several write that one ntht last week W. II.MII-ler'- a case it waa bard to decide who waa entistore at (trove City, thi county, was tled to the premium but the following award were finally made: In white corn broken into and robbed, and on the following night, Mr. K. .itnmerman's store waa there were 34 entries, and to Mr. K F approached by a lot of men, and aroused Gatne of this county, was awarded the Mr. Jaoios McWhurter, who on coming to first and It W. (livens A Son the second thednor waa fired at, one ball striking hla premium. Mr. K. F. Gaines also took the head and running under the skin passed premium on yellow over eight competitors, around hi skull. The wound is not dan- both Crst and second. Howen G. Penninggerous. Mr. Walkin on hoiring the shoot-in- s ton took both premium on bread corn of give the alarm anil the mob dispersed. which there were eight entries, while There ia no clue to the men but the next Spears Fisher took first and Col. J. M. time they come they will bit met with a Ueaxley second over eight entries in mixed corn. 1 here waa no premium ollereu on shower of lcau red corn but as there were entries awards HailkoadMketino. A large and rep- were made to Charles 8. Hallew for first and resentative crowd answered the call of the Spear Fisher far second. There waa no Court-lion- s bell yesterday, and the rail objection to the award and every body road meeting waa owned by W. II. Milseemed pretty well satisfied. We return ler, who stated it object and called for our thanks to our farmer friends for the nominations for Chairman. Col. C II. interest they displayed in the exhibition, Itocheatcr waa unanimously chosen and (1. Judges for their services and to II, McKinucy and W. 1. Walton chosen as lo the 8iears Fisher and T. M. Pennington for secretaries. On assuming the chair Col kind assistance during the day. On CounItochesler made a sensible and well-time- d ty Court day in November, 183.1, we anof our citiseecli shewing the Importance nounce right now that we shall have anzen) taking prompt action to secure the other show and hope the raiser of the ceroad from here to Nashville and prooed real will do their beat with their crop the the advantages that would thereby accrue, coming reason. He was followed by Col. T. W. Varnon, TllK ItlNK opened ith a good crowd and who ald that looking on it even a a m liter of Investment Lincoln could not do the old skaters we,nt at the business like better than to ofTer every facility to the they had been practising all the time. road. The county he aiid was a'ready re- There were but few falla during the evenceiving $2,100 taxes annually from the ing, all confined to the male akatera, not a road that run through it and the proposed single young lady aat on the floor during road would increase the taxable property the fun. Open again next Friday night. . $230,000, to say nothing of the great enTiikkk waa a big crowd and much enlhu hancement of the value of the land and siasm at Shelby City last night. Phil other pioperty along the line. He made Thompson, Judge Durham and Logan Mc- several other good points and when he con- Kee spoke and the Valley Cornet Hand of cluded Mr. Ii. Zimmerman President ol Stanford furnished the music. There waa the Cincinnati, Nashville and (Ireen ltiver hardly a grease spot left of McKee. K. H. was called for. He stated that the It eilotTLU be the desire of every demo-unbrmoney neaaary for the construction of the y to send an proposed railroad waa ready and it wouli' crst In the State be built so soon as the people along the ken delegation to Congress, 41. 45. " 40. " 47. " 48. " 49. 00. 51. 52. JohnM.McItoberUjr." " 53. Jno.M. Holttclaw, " 61. Jno.M. Hollxclaw, " 65. John W. Shelby, " 50 It. L. White, " 67. O.J. Thurmond.' " 68. 8eara Fisher, Charle Dunn, Charle Dunn, Charle Dunn, F. D. Albright, F. D. Albright, H.H.AK. H.Wood, J. 8. Murphy, J. 8. Murphy, JohnM.McItoberts,Jr." " " " " " " - " " " " . " " 8jer ture and admonition of the Lord. They are all living and she had the joy to seeing them, save, one, gathered Into the fold before her death. After twelve years of widowhood, she was again married, uniting hersell on the 25th of June, 1870, to Mr. John Mcltoberts, Sr., who survive her. One slater also survives her, Mrs. P. P. Huffman, wife of Dr. Huffman of Peabody, Kansas. Naturally a woman of great force of will, she never swerved from duty Devoted tohcr children, she lost no opportunity to serve and assist them both in season and out of season, and to her they owe all that they are. Several weeks before the fatal day, Dr. Peyton, her attending physician, informed her that her disease wa incurable and that her death was but a question of time. She calmly listened to lilm and replied that she was aware that her condition was critical and that she could live but a abort time, adding that she did not fear to die. Subsequently she talked rrjieatedly of her approaching end, always assuring her weep ing children and friends that all was well, that she would soon be with her Redeemer, and urging them to live so as to be with her again. She seemed greatly lo enjoy the praying and singing of the ministers who often called on her and whenever there were services at the Methodist Church across the street she asked that the door be opened so that she could hear again the sweet songs of .ion. Her faith seemed to grow stronger as her life faded away and retaining consciousness to the last, her latest worda were of confidence of an ever lasting rest. Alt the day before and the night preceding her death her waking moments were spent in conversing with her children and husbind on the brightness of the life she was about to enter, and exprtsi-inher great anxiety that they should live christian lives and at last receive the reward of Eternal happiness at His right hand. She divided her personal ( fleets among her children and gave the most minute details as to her burial, even lo the selection of her grave clothes, and asked that only a chapter be read and a prayer be said over her remain. The scene when she called her children to her bedside and talked to each of them, now and again placing her amaciated arm around their necks, waa affecting in the extreme and stronger heart than their melted into tears as sobs filled the room their Hut a sad as was the scene, it was render ed tee terrible by the calm and trusting words ol the dying christian and death wiia in a measure robbed of it sting. g heart-breakin- 1 Mow for th Unit anil SVilM. an lltiii-trstII. V. IiAWNO.Y. piper de?nleHi lbs sportlnj Inttreiti of the country, pulillilinl at IultTllle, Ky , at fiOOi Man-ajrt- r. year. (Jen. A lluf..rl, Kdltor, J. II- - IHITron. As an uln Inducement, w will send Tht Turf, J'.olcnd (Un one year tot 01 to all names A well Imrroted MOUNTAIN FAItM, conlsln-- z sent In before December I. AtMre-- s ONi: llfJNDIIED ACIIKM. with mod ilwclllni- J n. II AKl'KOV. Manager, hotiae and sll necessary oulbulldlnis and Orchard. WLouli?llle,Ky. In (larrard coiintr, Kr.. six mites from Osh Orch ard, will bo sold cheap, on rsar terms, aa the own er Is stout to -- otace mother buslnrs-- . Apply on the prtiul.ee or by teller to St-lIIKO.Ii.l'AITKN', Crib Orchard, Ky. SUBSCRIOB Tin', I hare sold ont my link err and Confectioner biialnrss In manford, and would tsk It at a laror If su persons muetiieu lo me would come lorwsnl snd settle si ones. rii-aaattend to thi.. ortant MAjLiX! WM. DATJGHERTY Successor to Psttgherty A Holmes, NTAM'Oni), Maxcrat-ruacr- Kr.NTUOKI, t FOIS or Fine Carriages, Buggies, mmm at? II CONFECTIONERY AMD ! aate law -- TCVt3 lskaafaTj.-nnafn.i- A C llllT-- U. MYli s, tn BW E7 lb actaseollcltornfor patents, ctveat' DpyrlEbt. ci". .' r STANFORD, Wo continno to BAKERY! the umic i chargn for elimination of moucb or drawings. Advleo ly 1'auinLi obtained tlirmifii ni aro noticed In tho.HC'IKNTIFIC A.MIUtlCAN, which lias AIj-T- j IIOUICH. tho larirost circulation. nmt la thomostinlln- - OYMIZUS AT cntlal nowspaporoflULinil pnlilUhcatn tho I haTeaocurcd IheirMlcciof Mr. James Peak aa world. Tho nil vantage of inch a nntico every clerk, who will alwava lo found ready to m In liter mtclitan lltiilfri.l3li(ls. to your wauta. Don't forget that I alw kep tbe Thtslargo and splendid! v Illustrated aniliriaclmittod to)otho best paper doiotcd to science mechanics, inventions, uiirinccriii'j Where excellent aicoiumodatlona tan lie had (j works, and tdhor departments .nf IndtiMria. ;i the lowest rales. J. I'. IIAKHIN, ... -rroprletor. Tiroercs. in any country, bwkio- 85-- 3 m copies lv mail, 10 cents nom vj tut MuBdealers. I. n rn.lilt.lin.. V. . MV.V.nUUUW, JInnn ... UUi.UUInilVID nf Qtlr- tlflo American, 201 Jlroadway, New York. lianubooU about pa tents mailed free. Main St., .Sliiiitor'l, cuts in ( iila, Knglaud, France, Ocrman it. and t.11 othrr rr.nti-nc- s. Tlilry-l- a iiracticc ho i,aniltoibtainrt- - .... KENTUCKY AND PHAETONS, WAGONS Jllk, Having purchased Dawson's efttalillilinii-ntI will continue inel lUtlnfM ftnd kefD connUntlr on haml Itolli laoaf Itrpad. Cuke ami a fu I line to ofCnJca. Krulti and other which I Infltethe attention of the public. I will a.so ke?p Treah Flili and aerre lrnh OF" ALL KINDS. We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, raplot Ing only flrit-clttworkmen and uvlng only firs tc) ass material, and sell at reasonable figures style, workmanship and material cmwld- - . ii in. WJI. irAtXJIIKKTT. COMMERCIAL HOTEL, OO 33A.HT WjaMT t GO GO IVOIt'PIl I I ..... HI ST.ASAPHHOTEL 3 VIA LOUISVILLE IHO TIIK MISSISSIPPI DAILY TRAINS I 3 4 W. liy. Louisville to Cincinnati! THE EA8T AMD KORT1I. Freo Parlor Cara and Mew Day Coaches Without Change. Mrs. Kate Dndderar, Stuuford, Kentucky, and beautiful Millinery (Joodsofe"erTdese.rlDtlon etervthlnirof the 1st. eat styles, and no lady who Intends buying any-thiIn her line should fall to call on her. Prices aa low as the lowest, hhels thankful lor past la- ti n du nopca lor tneir continuance, Mrs. aioiiic Myers hai cluige ol the Mantua-Makin- g department, which lsa sufficient guarantee that her cus89-- tf tomers will find no cause lor complaint. new lAncaater street, JOHNDINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Is dally recrltlnt; 4 DAILY TRAINS AND THE WrST. BOARD, 32.00 PER DAY. Xsoui.svillc to Ht. liOiiiN Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. Sleeping Can and Dar Coathei to St. out Change. Uuls With- DAILY TRAINS 2 2 LonisTillo to Indianapolis, Chicago, have recently taken charge of this house Aa administrator of James Williams, deed.. I I AND THE NOUTII and intend to have will on Monday. Nov. 20th, Mil. between the bounof 10 a.m. and 2 p. m., tell to the highest accommodations. Day Coaches and Iiecllntng Chair Cais Through first-class Administrator'.1 Sale Hotel In IIiiHtonvillc, Ky., ! Baggage Transferred Free of Charge bidder, tbe Without Lhsnge. now occupied by S. C. Powell. Tbe building con-Ulabout 2u rooms There la a snendld carden also a commodious stsble sod lot with never-fil- l ing welt on It, also a lira n I lot arron tbe street opposite the stable. Part lea desiring such rrcperiy would find It to their Interest to aethls before IMtrcbaalngelscwhere. It Is surrounded byasrich stock-ralaia. country aa there la In the State. Il-r- e are 3 cliurrhcil rgulir, ief.ra relet t schools In the place. Tbe people are generous and sociable to a fault. There Is a constant streini of and other travel through the place. commercial thloz tblnz tends lo mike ltoneol the most dtilrtbls and profitable hotel stands In tho State. Don't foruet the dar: ct-- it bodr come. Terma tuide known on the day of aale. MYERS HOTEL, For Is APie Ilatltninrr, rtillniKl-lililiYork assail lloslois. t, trtrr 7 ho This the Vtrr Change of Train. STANFORD. KY. BxJlfam Throagh Hay Coach's on Jill Trsla.t E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Havo No Midnight Changes Arrlte at ct. Ixula 2 Hoars In Ailtaarr ut Old and Well - Known This arcuitng more tliun r Othrr Lines, Hotol Still Maintains its uiatlog change of cara sr.d getting Srst choice High Reputation, a r ol scats In cars of connecting Hoes. Best route, aa You Hare I I M AND a-- II. I.. WILLIAMS, Admr First National Bank. Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Countr? Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. a Tolndlsnapollsand Chicago, "5 oj2Unegllngltsatronsa o the iliores ot Lake Michigan. 8U I and the only ride stung Uow blest tba righteous when lis J lea, When sinks a weary soul to rest, How mlMly liesm the ctoalDgeres, Uow (ently hearts tbe oiplrlng breast. "I TBKSSURY PKPiRTMKNT, Ticket AuenlM r Coiiiieclliia; Llairo. or addrers Office or Cow ftiollks or tiik Cuaaxxcr. J Raagage will he eonitred lo and from thedepot It. S. IIIUI WN Southern rasaeDger Agl.. Waiuikotox, Octobers, 188:. 8. E. Cor. 4th and Main 8is.,Loulsllle, K. free of charge. Sntrlal acconnnodatloaa to WlilBEis, By utltfictory cildenco presented to W. H. SHATTUr, to Commercial Traselera. The liar if 111 he W. W. PF.AHODY, nas ueea Dime to ineunuersigneu, ii alwaja tapplted nlth the choicest Uen. Pass. Agl,, Uen. SupU. apisr thst tho Clnclnuatl. brandsor Liquors and Claars. For Tickets, Bates, Time, Maa, Ac, apply lo 'First National Bank of Stanford,' In tliecllroreStsniord.ln the countr of Lincoln Life's lsbon doneas sinks the clay and 8 ate of Kentucky, has complied will all the Light from Its loa4 the iplrlt lllcl, roTlalontortbe IteTlaed Matulri or the united utee ruiulred to be coinnlled with before an asan Whit uuaren sod earth combine to say, elation ahall be authorized to commence the buat-ne"How bint the righteous when ho dies." of banking: Now, therefore, I. John Jiy Knox, Comptroller A faithful mother in ion has gone to nf tbe Currency, do hereby certify that the "First her Eternal reward and the writer, whose Rational uanaoiBianioru.w inectty oi oianioni, In the countr of Lincoln and Slate Kentuckr. Is mother-in-lashe was, esteems it an hon- authorised to commence the businessor of banking, as uuimreil ana amy or to pay her even this oor tribute. She prorlded la section nny-on- e nine of the ItcTlsedbtatutesot the United Hlstes. came aa near a mother to him aa any one IntestliuoiiT wlitrtul. wltntsamr hand and seal 1881 could since hi own precious mother was this lib day of October, JUllll IA1 IVW.V, Comptroller of the Currency, Ko. 2,788. called hence six years ago. Many are Mti?f Salt s 1J1 SllillJBIXjBlEI? JtT-- early thi morning and then run them over line evinced a desire for it by offering the to lioyle and Garrard. Look out fur them, necessary facilities, which conalated of the right of way, depot grounds, donations of ye watchful democrat of those counties. money, atone, gravel, Ac. Other counties ClHUUIT Coukt. Hut little has been had responded liberally and it remained done aince laat report. The case of Mock for Lincoln to do her share toward securfur murder, wa called and Faulkner, ing the road, which would be of incalculaand laid over till Wednesday, the ble value to her in many way. At hi Sheiiff, In the meantime, being ordered to uggeatiou a Committee wa appointed and summon 25 additional Jurymen. the meeting adjourned. Following is the . n Dvinu. Mr. W. O.lltner received a Committee: 0. W. Vandeveer, John II, telegram Saturday informing her that her Shank, Dr. T. II. Montgomery, W. II. brotbrr Mr. A. M. Jones of Mexico, Mo. for- Miller, John M. Itsid, Fore.tus Held, Jno. merly of thi county,waa dying of consump- O. Neil, Dr. Sara 0. I locker, Dwlght tion and ahe left by the early train on the Hoot, K. L. Tanner, Jaa. J. McKlnney, Thos. C. Jaaer, James J, Drye, F. M.Ware 0, S. It. H. next morning for hi bedside. and M. L. Mellaril. Mr. Zimmerman CoUNTV CouiiT. There waa a number met the Committee during the afternoon of order made, and while the record shows and gave it many important suggestion. they are uninteresting to a big day' work, An organization waa effected by electing D the general public. F, M. Yowell nullified W. Vandeveer Chairman, aod Cant. O, II, ai Adiur. of It. W. Hradley, and W. 11. McKlnney Secretary, Col. Thomas W, K. II. llurnslde Cloyd of .Michael Cloyd. Varnon was employed to secure the right wa granted tavern license for another year. of way through the county, a No. 1 selection. The Committee will meet with the l0 wheth(loou News. The question of Stanford next s of the L. A Council and clliisn er the ahopa, and N. It. It. will be Mtablished at the Junc- Thursday ulght, to confer with them as to tion litre we are delighted to say, Urcn donations, Ac. They can not be too libersettled and they will be built at thi point. al and we are confident that they will do Tula will be gratifying new to every body the proper thing. Our people seem to be and there i no doubt about it aince Col. T. stirred up In the matter Judglug from the W. Yarnon had a telegram from head enthusiasm manifested yesterday, and we purler telling him to clo) the matter believe they will not sit idle and let the road take another route with the contributor here. rouiid-hou-e- DEATHS. the little deed of aflection and kindness that she has showered on him and hi and in memory she shall always occupy a place in his heart. Among the last words that she said to him waa a request lo thank thro' the paper the dear, kind friends who had done so much for her during her sickness. She could not see them all, she said) and thank them Individually but she knew the Lord would bless theui for their kindness to His poor suffering servant. That the aged husband and grief strick en children have the sympathy 01 me entire community was evidenced by the large crowd that gathered to pay the last tribute of respect and the tears that fell on every hand as Itev. I. S. McKlror delivered a mot touching and appropriate address. May the a ic ted ones find consolation in the glorious promises to the just, remembering that Kartb has n sorrow, that heaven an n it heal, and strive to meet her there. 111 J. 8. HocKsta, President, J. W. MrALlsTKB, Cashier, JtnlM J. McltonsaTS, Aril. Cashier A GREAT SALE OF- - TrjRAIE3 THK COALFeed. And to receive a all kinds of swap will for Hope Having bought out S. II. nuglininn, wo will keep ii nice lot of Horses and liuggies, which wo will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by tho day or week. We aro also in on liand REAL ESTATE FRIDAY, NOV. 17, ! liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. Respectfully, A. T. NUWiVEMsJEi', UTANFOHD, Kentuoay. ot John Shanks, As Agent of tho hetra-at-Udeed., and of Sbstiks A Huchansn, I will, ou B. K. "WEAREN, '82, xjr33E:Krr AND At the Msrshou Hotel In Crib Or'.hard. Kr.. sell to tba highest bidder, st public suction, the fol lowing vaiusoie sua uesiraoie real esuuei 1. A FERTILE AHU IMPROVED Farm if about 300 acta, with an ttetUenl brick rciiJenctvponit,iUuateonthe Utnaiskr pile, Mroi mile from Crab Orciani. 2. .rl IIUCVOFMAOUIXOFLAXD. on tame viU, 1 J mUttfran Orvb Oixhanl, vith - ak isra. MAIN STREET, STANFORD, KY. Has just received a Full Line of Aunt Sookv Owens, well known to ev erybody of thla vicinity, died Sunday, agl-7- 9 year. Little Stllle Trueheart Ilright, daughter of Mr, and Mr. John Ilright, died Sunday night of Intermittent fever, and will be buried thi morning la Uuflalo Cemetery at 10 o'clock. She wa a bright affectionate little thing and her parents and brothers, sisters and playmate will sadly miss her. Her age was 0 year. McltouEttw After many months of intense though patient suffering, the spirit of Mrs. Statini Ladocla Mcltoberts, wife of John Moltolierts, Br, wu freed from its suffering body and at 0.30 o'clock, Friday morning, Nov. 3d, took its flight to the Mansion of Kterual Glory. Ilsr disease was pronounced by the physicians to be cancer of the atomsch, which became so exceedingly irritated a to refuse to retain food for more than a month before her and medicine were unadeath. Item-divailing and her children and frieuds could only minister to her want and await the Inevitable. She was the daughter of Mr. Wm, F, Lee, late of this county, and was born Dec. 25, 1828, whieh wade her nearly St years of age. At 15 she professed rell glon and joined the Presbyterian Church at llustonvllle. nud it may truly be ssid of her that she lived up to her faith. On tho es comforlMe tenant house on it. 1 10 USE. Do Not be Occeired. 3. A lIltICK 1IUSWESS In these times of quick 11 tdlcln advertise- ict'tA tU lot on uhich it uiituate,in the centre of ments etery where. It Is truly grsiirrlog to find Vrab Orchard. Ihc ouudiny u a two uory anil on remedy thsl Is worthy of false, and which contain on fir $1 foor lro large and commmtious really docs as recommended. Eloctrle Hitters wo afore rooms, 20x00 Jut. A A LOT ON UTAXFORD STREET csu vouch for ss being a tru ud reliable remedy, They sud one thst will do as in Vrab Orcluml of about acre, on uhich it a e'touisch and Liter Complaints, neat, mw and comfm table cottaijc euie of the Kidneys and Urinary difficulties. 5. .1 LOTOS MT.VEliSON STREET Wekuow whtreorw speak, and ran readily say, in Crab Orchard, containing about one acre, on glT them a trial, bold si fifty cents a bottle by which are a comfot table residence and a yxxl I'tnny & McAM.ter. black ttnith $hop. 6. A VACAXT IIUILMXU LOT OF i .1E1T AUVKUTISKJIIXTK. acre, on Stanford 7. .4 TRACT OF A ROUT 100 AVRES of Knob land at Turleitoim, South of Crab Orchard. 8. T1IETWO STORY HRWK STORE house of llaeJutnan A SlianLi, near the centre of Urub (Jixltanl. TM i one of the txtl biuiiMM Olojd, deed., I will Klandt, and bed and mod eubttantiully built AsAduimlitrstorofMlchsel sell at bis isis resiutoce, 00 houtti n tht countu 0. A QUIT' CLAIM TITLE TO A Parlor Suites, Chamber Suites; also cheap Ucds.Hu-reau- s, I alio keep constantly on band a full line of Robei, Shrouds, Coffins and Caskets. I sell at figures that cannot be beaten. Call and see me. Orders by telegraph promptly attended to. Stands, Corner Hraekets, Center Tables, Extension Tables, Parlor Chairs, Dining Chairs, &c. Wash Stands, best Cotton Mattresses, Lamp ttrt. E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Fino Stock of Consisting of Ahi - ADMITS SALE. BRAND NEW GOODS, G33NTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1882, h, I Ma. 1 rosJit.r or cosch liorscs. on old Mult, I -- tilling Mule, a good brood Mare bred 10 to Wilkes, Jr.,7Ulllots. lCBboeU, 1 Sows and Ix)The sals will begin ator o'clock a. M., and will no ueiier without I'liri. 1 Cuwa. a ll.lkri. 230 bis Corn In shock. Ksrulug Impltmsuu. locludiog a good Wsgou, Oportunltr could be effirod lor lurs.tiuent or the Uesp-e- r, imrchutoigoud homes. new Albloo seasltr, UcCoruiack slower and Tasus. -- Credit o(0 sud II mouths, with 0 llsr Hake, 1'luws.Ursr, Ac., set of double liar new, nearly uaw.bulker, (stacksof llsy on farm cent, froia date ol sate, tkmda rtiulreJ, with good ortkelal John Cash, bulk or Wbtst. Terms:-Hu- ms ierMual security, or purchawra uajr st their o of ItOanduodur, catb; ortr thst auiouut, a lion paj it, ',orall latash tWsssiou given Jau. credit ol months, bearing per ceot. lateral, oa I, Wi.uttxtott. AS? Srl.&asA si ea uotvs wun good security TIIab.v. .l...l.lne 'tViJIIU'ai.aal fwtaavaav IkPfttsor aIIIVUViailUaJ i. In.aukal W, H. CLOYD, Aduir, Uolinj w. lU will U fttlurJMl lactlity M. 1L Parsons owloir the estate will idaaae set butUylltg furnUbeJ Ub uy luloruittloa u!-tII at owe. and Ihoae lo whom II Is Indebted will ino uuuriMgnsM Bi nituioru, 1.7 lit their claluii, prvierly attested, fur patiueut. Wi t, r rs4 ii( W U.CIAiyU. M id Thra &1&il$i?'Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, rniaiioa lr of be wr CARPETS.OII-- CLiOTHSiTRXJWKS flru &z lrzf I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Dost Goods in tho Market, to bottom vriooa. ua.i ana oxauino. TXM W. HIGGINS. SaleHHH. r, . ST.XT3TORr, KY. Tries !aj Morning, Novembor 7, 1882 FUy Alt HAD. An Imptvmt Vongrrntonal fieron. If Congress rcnolvo to net upon tha (inggtutlon miulo by Senator Miller thai tho Q)ngrctional Jlccord bo Issued iw n weekly and sent lo every family in Uio country, Bomo modification ought to bo mado of tho contents ot tho Record. Tho paper is much too heavy and dismal in its present condition to 1)0 welcomed in tho ordinary American household. Fcrlinpa it might havo a pnzzlo department, and it bo ono ot tho first puzzles could tako tho shnpo ot an inquiry how it hnppcns that no many Congressmen get rich on $3,000 n year. Tho department of Answers to Correspondents could bo enriched with references to letters from and tho department of Household Economy could contain explanations ot how tho members frank their sliirtshomo through tho postofllco no ns to get them in tho family wash. As for tho general contents, describing tho business proceedings of tho Scnato and IIouso, wo recommend that tlicno should Iks put into tho form of verse. Wo should treat them, say, something in tlds fashion : Mr. mu ofllco-sockcr- jVJ Introduced a bill To gtto John Rrolth a pension. ' Mr.Ilsyard Tilted hlnwolf tired, Out uld nclli'ng worthy of mention. This would bo succinct, musical and in a degrco impressive. Tho youngest readers could grasp tho meaning of it nnd it could cosily bo committal to Or a bcciio in tho IIouso memory. might bo depicted in such terms as thoso: A made liy Ool ot MInneanU .ery able speech Respecting tlie necessity of protecting tlie black Toter. Twae Indignantly rrrponded to by Smith of Alabama, Whose, abomlnablo talk was allcnced by tho Bpoak-e- re u batuine. Tben Atklnron of Kansas roro to mako an eiplana-Uo- Hut was nulled down by a colleague tn a atato of indignation. And Mr. Alexander, tn apeech about Insurance, Taxed tbe iiatlenceof b'a bcarrre pretty nearly past endurance. After which Judge Vhltakcr denounced the recip- rocity Treaty with Hawaii aa a scandalous monatrcalty. bo ad visnblo of conrso to vary tho meter as much as possible in order to prevent tho monotony which would othcrwiso dull tho interest of tho reader. After giving tho proceedings in tho IIouso as above, something of a moro spirited nature perhaps could bo insert- two twenty-thrcyears mebbo ed into tho Scnato reports. Suppose, mebbo twenty-fou- r and I novcr hoard for example, Uio pages devoted to tho anything liko it. Well, and eo I opened Scnato should lead off with something that fecsh, and (resting on his oars and of this kind: lowering his voico to tho ot doTben up rose Smith, of Florida, the beat at tbe solemnity) what you think I find in tho bs tera, And rpoko abemt bl rncaaure for protecting alligafecsh? " tor; Omncs "Tho ring I Tho ring!" lie showed how tourlata aboot at them without reJoo (resuming his rowing) " No ; it gard for reason. And asked to have It made a crime to kill Uicm ont was a littlo bit of brick " of season. There was a dead silonco for somo moThen Brown be mot-- amendment by Inserting a ments, and then tho old boatman added, brief clauie deprecatingly : CoiLpo'llng alllgatora not to operate their Jawa; Hut Smith be up and Mid of blm who thought the " Mebbo you think it was n lio ? No I aubject comical. was tho truth I was telling you " That Nature, when shegatoh'm reuse, bad been too that o, sub-coll1 1 It would JOKa Tit UK rXKSH BTOlt r. rTJI GCOB, OLD'TASHtOXKB FOLKS, "What I ora longing iwtor," wild Is "Old Joo tho boatman" still nllro ruidnbla Old Joe, familiar to visitors Brother Gardner of tha Lime-Kil- n on tho Canadian sido of tho Thousand tjini), "what lam lonnin nflcr am a man or Islands, n mighty teller of mighty sto- sight of n good, ries, in a tedious manner and with a woman sich ni wo could find In olicry French accent which lent them a charm houso thirty y'are ago, but sieh as cannot bo found now In a week's hunt. It all their own, "Well," said Joo on ono occasion, makes mo loncsorao when I realizo dat men an' wimin am no when his fares had been telling anec- our dotes of singular recoveries of things mo'. In do days gono by it I fell sick lost, "onco there was an American ono woman would run in wid catnip, wid horseradish leaves, ancdor young conplo camo hero on their honeymoon ah, nho was n beauty that, 10 wid a bowl o' gruel, an' tears would bo years mebbo 17 mobbo 18 years old, shed, an kind words spoken, on' ono couldn't stay sick to sovo him. In doc and ha was devoted to her liko nothing. Well, and so thoso young couple hired good olo days do kalikor dress an' whito An honest woman mo to tako them out in my boat ono apron nlxnindcd. evening, and that young woman sho had wasn't afcanl towashher face on account of do powder. Ebcry woman wore her on n diamond ring ah, Hint was a beauown ha'r, an' bIio wore it to plcaso hertiful ring, worth a thousand dollars Thick shoes mebbo two thousand dollars, mebbo self instead of fashion. ilirco thousand dollars. Well, and so kept do feet dry, thick clothes kept do that young woman was playing with her body warm, on' dar was no winkln' and hand in tho water so I mebbo fivo min- wobblin' on talkin' frow do teof. " Dar' was goodness in do land in dem utes, mobbo six, mebbo seven and all at onco sho screamed 'My ring I My good olo days. Dar' was prayin' to God, Well, and so tho ring had on' do hearts meant it Do wemon who slipped off her finger and gono down in- wore a No. G shoo was as good as da to the lake. Tho water was door; thirty woman wid a foot all pinched out ot feet deep, mebbo forty, mobbo fifty and shnpo and kivcrod wid co'ns. You didn't cases so sho was decs traded. Myl I was h'or much 'bout sorry. I could 'avo cry. And that young and other deviltry. Do man who parts fellow, her husband, but ho was sorry, his ha'r in do middlo on' b'lioves ho too And ho says ho will give mo Uvo mashes his wiclims by do score wasn't hundred dollars mebbo six hundred, bo'n den. I'coplo didn't let dcir naybura mebbo soven hundred if I find him that dio under dcir noses widout cben knowin' rings. But what was tho uso, eh ? Well, dat sickness hod conio to do family. and so wo turned tho boat about, and I Men worked hard an' put in ftdl lime, was rowing homo my I it would havo an' women fonn sunthin' to do besido mado you sorry to seo that young worn-nn- s gaddin' do streets to show off a small when goes tho fishing lino foot or a now bonnot. "Do world calls it progress. Wo I had over tho stern of tho boat. Well, and so I pulled in tliofecsh. Myl that must shot our hearts against our naybur, Bocrifico all fur fashion, conceal our was tho biggest fecsh I ever caught two feet long, mebbo two and n half, limps and pains, appear what wo am not, mebbo three and when I hauled him an' when wo go to do gravo fur rest wo am forgotten in n week. Whar' ono into tho lioat there was a great, lump on his Bide, liko as mobbo if ho uomau looks to heaben a dozen looks to had swallowed somethings. And that fashion. Whar' ono man helps do poo' young womans my I how excited sho from kindness of heart a dozen chip in was. Sho just out : ' Oh, do because do list ot names will bo pubopen thoso fcesh I am sure it must lished in do paper. When I sot down havo swallowed my rings.' And her of an evenin' and fink deso lings obex it husband, ho tried to mako fun of her : makes mo sad. I doan' know jilt iiow but no, saro, that young womans hello! wicked Sodom was, nor what deviltry was that a ftosh jumped there?" (Paus doy was up to in Gomorrah, but if cither es in hU rowing nnd gazes eagerly in town had mo wanity, wickedness, friv olity an' deceit dan Detroit, Chicago, tho distance.) Omncs " Never mind tho fish ; go on Buffalo or ouy odder city in dis kentry, rents inus havo bin awful high." Dc with tho story." Joe "Well, and so that young wom"" ans prevailed upon her husband to buy run. ilk n n vMstr.ns. All tho doviccs ot drumming up trado that fecsh nnd havo mo open it, no matter what it coss a dollar, mobbo two, through tho country havo been tried mebbo Uireo nnd so I tako my knifo over and over again by our metropolitan and 1 open tho fecslu Mebbo you think merchants, with an ingenuity and liberit was a lie, but I havo lived hero twenty-- ality that havo resulted in great finan. M MKBBK an-od- broach-o'-promis- o 1 8ATKD XTAKiaX A kiss saved mol" Immediately every faca bent toward. Richly, data d women and moneyed men filled tho spacious room, but tho silence that followed could bo felt, bo eager wcro they to catch every words, Somo ono hod spoken HghUy ot tho trifles that bo surely mako up tho sum of happiness or woe Trifles count for nothing thoy thought ; it is tho great events that determine tho destinien ot men for good or ill. It was this that had drawn forth tho statement nnd tho explanation that followed. know noUdng," ho conUnned, "ot my parents or of tho circumstances of my birth. Nothing in all tho bitter post clings so closo to memory as tho certainty that I belong to nobody ond nobody belongs to mo. " In ono of our largo cities, in ft locality where there aro many littlo homeless ones, whore baseness is tho ruling I may or may not havo had my birth ; at least, that was tho first that I know of myself. " Poverty isn't so hard if wo'vo somo ono to lovo us ; but no ono cared for mo and all tho days wcro alike, and tho night seemed an eternity ot time. There is a bitterness of Borrow in tho lives ot Uio homeless of which God only can know. "Tho snow had fallen ond tho cold March winds wcro blowing, leaving no choice, except Uio sunniest sido of tha dismal street in which wo found shelter. "I, with others whoso years aro fow, and whoso homos aro anywhere, had Bought tho sunniest side, when a lady paused besido ns, smoothed back tho tangled locks ond kissed me. That was tho first caress I had over known, and it saved ma was years before I grow out of that lifo to a better ono ; but whether I had where to lay my head, or not, I felt that prescsco of a light footfall, tho soft touch ot a hand. " Oat of tho pure depths of her pitying womanhood sho kissed mc. It was a trilling thing, indeed, to kiss a homeless, friendless child; but because of Umt kiss, and with Uio Father's help, I stand tion tho firm basis ot an CVirhttan at honorablo manhood." Work. tily-cla- l. t KTIH'IMi, rtliUTII - IIS. J. n "ins, 7J acres tor. nerslreasteryKundatmnrningend rlralely Mf farmnX night. I nflcr for sale Prayer isle at Mill on IMx Klter i'v nines rasini niani.tni, wnnin stVIHI MreilngsThtinslsy nlgbta, Mu ml sy Heboid I he new a M. J H, Kims riupertntrndcnt. Tha 2illriiruulli of lllh(anl, this mtinlr- (Inlets a half mile of8lantrd to l..inpltenw llnn.n-slrurteWoman'a Missionary pvleiy meeta her on Ihe lit rrestherstille An Iroin r Timber, Joins. ttimMlnt. lAttre, solicited Mrs. T. T. from Ihe dwelling to Ihe pike Sunday In each month, at I o'clock (mi or npiar. rrompi attention ait- Ae., either neTftjih ntin me line nr raiKniera inns lliilldlngs are hilrk and frame, with 10 rooms.- listless, I'lesldrnt. mniM. II. MOIIIH. ueu wsiereii wiip one p'Tina-- i "m"- -i m fiirhulMII. M. User., I'aitor rvrtlfes AITIoT.-II- kt. J Inrlud-nIcal water ImpratrmenU 1 en Meennd the finclng. lertes llhsral. Addtess or rail on night, rrarrt and I'ourth Hundars. moralna snd Meeting etcrj Wednesday afterMHN.MAKAII I'tlKK. I'ss-il- TjXJIJ JER ! .timber for M-- Lincoln County Farm For Sale! il rnthTii Mint nun. lYnrlnftinil Iliill.llng dirt-roa- JlltfUOrtt LANCASTER,. JIOUNJK! Htsnlord Lincoln county Ky Hum roan BTaatT KENTUCKY I'ltOrillKTiiH. m, Semi-Week- a mn wmnwi ly m, JUIIK T. IIKKIINS, Interior Journal And the) lamlatllle noon, Hun. 1st rtehool at P. 10 a. f. It. K. Hsrrow Duparlnlendent IlIrTn AN. Worship lit the concretion et. Clt lord's dat rresrhlng ky lir. J. IV, lot an First and Third Lord's data. Sunday Hchnot at la. Joa. netrranre, Huperlnlendent. TjiiiainrTKiiiAK, 80UTii.-liet7T- "n. McH- I rot, pastor. Sunday School at .0. John W. Union l'rajrr Matting on Item, ruirinienurni Wixlnesday nights. "I The patronage el the puUle solicited, anil fatlslsctlon guar mteM. IIM'I A lattery particular. riKST- - CLASS HOTEL 1 Weekly Courier -- Journal ftll-t- wo OPERA HOUSE. clo-me- papirs lor Illlle tnon Ihoiissn.lsof urates are Una year lor 83. KrANHiiin. ky. of their annually rot.l-llisn tbe pllceotone. ilrllnis, litre pralnnrtr.1, Ily paying us IS oil you will rerelte fnroneyrsr happlnrsianj health - - Propriotor. Ihe W. V. WALTON, hy lire of I he (teat your home psper wlih the Usutlrr-Jourtia- l. rcprrsenialltanwspswr of in Mouth, and the Inl. I.rlshlesland shiest lainllr Uerklt In the Elianfllafe, GERMAN . Ulthlemn 'leiets ol r?n-er- y to elamlhea Untied Males. Those who distr hestln eaparliy, Ineludlpg irallcry, 109. Willi h potllltrly ami permanently rures friiim. saispleeopy ol theCouilsr-Jaurnran do so at any klMl.l Aniil-m- il Iblsofflce. llHwonahle rales to good attractions. Addreia (caused hy teiicu.riilitirmm. and all illsra-e- s Ihst fulluw a aa atior. ll sequence of Mr If A ln.se, aa loss of energy, I Mof iiirinoiy, uiltHsal lassliuJe, pain In the hsrk. CONDENSED TIME. dimness of tlslon, prrmalureoHl ae, and many STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, other illsrasea Ihst lesd to cvDiumptlon and a pre- t. fur circulars wiin nialurearate free tit mall. The I xrHJOIt.tTO It liKltlT HT . fcTANI'lltH, KY., IS, I.T all LOUISVILLE r Uii.or six tioacs U sold at ft & NASHVILLE itniialsts, or will I sent fiee ly mall, see rely sealed, on receipt f price, hy addressing ., B, WINE, ROBBED IN VIG0RAT0R1 ixcsol lr 113 Aiianii street, rnirtin, unto, Pl-lj- r dole agent for tha Untied States. V. J. CIIKNKV, uaii.uoai mm:. TUAIN8 (K)IN(I Mi sen I, ISSi. I.te. lUchinond ...-Uncastr.... l.lTlnj,ton.-- .. ....... frsb orchard... ixaLB. la Monumcnls, PUBLIC SALE A VALUABLE FARM. f I N OUT 1 . Ki Bun 00 lleaditolies, Tabids, Ac. Marble 1 a in ...- - ... "It . Dantllle Junction .. 10 04 " MllchclUl.urg. (County (Vut I JaJ) tot wn Uio liourt nf 10 ftm) It W 11 130 cfr. ...... 1110 pm IZiVclork,! VMinst.U Urm, New llateu. ... - a con.r.iru-L- it .. 19 47 " nil In K" rxfrpt 10 cn. tint n ItArr. lbanon Junction. m Mrn.ftU.ut flf dwell. ruf, hmI lliii-- t I Inclnnall Junction -- . 110 " I1 . " l.oulitllle... ... arret I Trull ptM, rai( itunm, clirrrUa, At , and flen?rrflniit ipfliK of water; l within 3 ml I r of lnTllln Jmljoli.t thofrm of Km TIIAINS (10INII rOUTII. iK-on ine wri, ami idqwd a wiq nurr lam .... I. fl.l iitnirr I ni"; ll..li.l..l st iuiiii iaaii assaia.ii.T- - 1 ' f!i.Fui. ririU'I llslvav It I law titwiirlsast IffJ u.t.. l.lar. IntPf- MaViT r.TiaiTat. f rrat in mntiil eMfrcin dar ot Mile until raid. ar.J a Hrnrttalhrd I.te. 1amiUIII....... 10 a m ......... Urn) for tha mitcha Ion on tho i,iotrr1 1W a er I.te. btanford..... .....- t - Hofis suuJ la t'lI'LU Kiifn .January i ikm, " CrahUrchard IM " atlRTIU, ! .. 4 HI " Arr. Urlnirilon ... IM " I.te. jnca,tr 0" Arr. Klrhmond. ! MOXAV.XOVi;.lIIIKKS08S. I III .!aaatt Ml I'liuuv shwih will VUTi .1 ....t.ti. ut.. o Ik. door In lor tbf CtouM-llou- Ii.t.lt 1. as 1. 1. ik ! ail on l.l.t.lo viuwii, Mtsnlord.... Khslhy CI I T .. ..... lUnon... ......... -'' ..- - - .. 7 10 1 8t 10 " " ' f M" OU " 00 " sell, and faction all kinds eaeeu-le- Wolk d satis- In on applica- tion. TUTT'S PILLS lleadaeha rnetaily over tho right era, ltnatloaanoaa, with fitful dreama. highly colorod Urine, and Iho Ueiul, with a dull sensation In tha back pari, I'am tha Bhoulder blade, fullnaaa after unier with a disinrating, clination to exertion rf body or mind. Irritability of tamp r, Low aplrlta, with a leolin of liarlnn tuRlacted soma duty, u oarlnoaa, Uiaaluesa, llutterlnc at tha Hoait, Dota beforo Ilia oyca. Yellow Bkln. Sale of Lot in Stanford M.NCOI.N CII'.COIT .... TORPID LBVER. Loan of Appetite, llowols coatlvo. l'aln In SYMPTOMS OF A y OlUltT. National Hank of Msulonl, nir, ts. M. I. Iennis, J. it. li.nr.ii To Memphis, Llllle Roe , Mobile, Montgomery, and John and JohkC. Unper, lfls, In and New Orleans. C lper. Tin. un Cruse l. tllUn. vs M V IVn. Emigrants InTesaabate Ihelrcholcwoftworoutea: nl and J. II. Pennln, lifts., In lullj; Nolle of tla Memphlsor tla New iirleaHa. Time leueh dale. quicker and rates lowtr thsn by any other lit tlnureofa ludciurnlvf the Lincoln Clrrul route. Ills slsolb. Court, rendered In the almfe-st- y led rsne, at Its Oetoher term, ISi;, the undersigned Ppeclal (Voir. ODI0KEST, 0HEAPEST AND BEST I I.I. on PULLMAN PALACE CARS TUKSDAY, NOV. Mill, 1SS2. K'y CONSTIPATION. TtrrTS rlI.l.Snrrperlallyn.lpled to auelirnsra. onwiloan rlfects auchn cttanc; or rerllnc ita to ns,niii . Hie aunerrr. and eau.. the Ibri tnesMa ,,III. 19 tit. srstcm Is 1 itbe Uslr k'le.1. an nwrlthel 4rwH r THle Stfnol. are pm- lellon on the llaealttfl Itraulhr m. Oo t-IV'. . AuiM-llle- AVltASIA. In tlie latter part of his lifo Mr. Em-- x wo, was afflicted with aphasia a parulysis of tho nerves or brain-collon which deiends tho power to control tho speech. Everybody is familiar with tho difficulty, for everybody knows at times Of courso versification of tho Qonrrc' what it is to vainly try to utter somo tional Jlecord would require tho services familiar word or name. In Emerson's of a poet laureato of rather unusual caso it was mainly an impossibility of powers. If Congress shall accept serispeaking person's names. Ho know tho ously tho suggestions which wo mako person well enough ; conld describe him with an earnest desire to promote tho exactly, had a perfectly clear notion of publio interest, wo shall venture to recwhom ho was talking, but ho oquld not ommend tho selection of tho Snect On his return pronounce tho name. Singer of Michigan as tha first occupant funeral ho said : from Longfellow's of tho laureate's office. Our Continent, "That gentleman whoso funeral wo havo Ono ot tho customs U that each Jus-tic- o been attending was n sweet and beauti of tho United States Supremo Court ful soul, but I forget his nnmo." has a body servant. Tho Justices get A CLBnaTMAN of Worcester says Ma money for their own body servants, but tho custom is otherwise, and tho body sonry and Odd Fellowship aro tho twin scrvauts are paid $1,200 per annum by evils in tho world of tho present day. tho Government. Soma of tho Justices J'ltUl'VU JWSl'JtCT. want to select their own liody servant, During breakfast at tho but they are not allowed to do it by tho IIouso, Skidmorc, tho star boarder, other body servants, for tho custom is jumied up, and, with n profound bow, that tho nowly.appointcd Justico retain opened tho door for tho colored waiter. tho body servant of his predecessor. "Getting very jxilito, accins to me," Tho servants havo novcr been known to growled old Maj. Hoggs. allow a Justico to violate thla custom. isn't ioliteucss; it's respect for Mr. Justico 'Woods, who was appointed nge," said Skidmoro, gloomily. " Didn't by Garfield, in speaking to some gentleyou seo ho carried tho butter iu ono men of this custom, said: "My body and n spring chicken iu tho other?" servant is tho most annoying thing I hand And tho landlady retired to mako out havo yet experienced. Tho fellow is tho his bill. Derrick flotld. first man I sea in tho morning and tho out I soo at night. Ho forced his way The lata Goorgo W. Oill, of Worcct. into my room at tho Elliot IIouso, ordered tor, Mass., went to that city fifty years mo to go down to breakfast, and then ago a tall, awkward boy, without uiiy asked mo what I would havo for breakcapital except his trado as a blacksmith. fast, taking my order to tho cooks himHo died ono of tho richest men in self, I could not get rid of him in any Worcester, and so complete a niantcr of way. Ho haunted mo all tho tlmo. I his business that his judgmeut as to tho tried to find places to send him to get quality and manufacture of railroad iron rid of him, but ho was back as quick as was considered final by all experts in lightning. That follow will bo tho death tliat department. of mo. I havo this satisfaction, howovcr, tho othor Justices ore tortured in tho Bknatjii Ciulcott, of Colorado, had same way." When Mr. Justico Gray, of all his worldly lKwscssious stolen from Massachusetts, went on tho Supremo him ill 18C0, and ho went to work as a bench, hojiad an idea ho would do just day laborer ou a farm. Ho now has a as ho ploascd; bat after a trial ho llnally laigo ond vuhiablo property at I'uoblo, had to yield, and is now as completely where ho resides. In tho power of his bedy servant as any IfaHaOtirrli (Jure I taken Intfrnilfj ot tho others. Ho not only was not allowed .to tolect a man for hinisolf, but It act dlrrdlr upon the blond 6 ml the inn-r- ii wirfarr of tlio ayalrih. 1'rltr, 7&e. was lorcodto accept tho services of a fellow ho does not like. They aro death For rale by I'tnny A McAllster, Stanford. on custom; thoy Uvo on custom, and If Catarrh liiw iletlrnjtd your wnee of not ouo of tho lody tervouts does a smell and Hall'i Catarrh Cure will tiling different from what ho did years rureynii, "Oceiiti cr hotllr. I)rtiti;itsj ago. As a rule, tho bodycrvaiiLj aro ttllit. $100 iiewaiw post milldlo ugo. Tho fathers and grandfathers ot boiuo of thetu served ju tho U nflVrrd for any om nf Catirrli that can't sauio rapacity, for thoy uovcr let a now be cured v. fill Hall' Catarrh Cure, Taken muu Into thu rtijr. Uurtfvnl Macs. 75 erlila. fiilirnallr I'f s, Hard-Chewin- g economical. And Drown, responding brlifly, wished to say In thla connection That emlth In guajding icptllca bad an eye to self protection. TDtn Bmlth he flung a volumo of the Message and Reporta, And Brown waa laid upon the floor a good deal out of aorta. "It At IneCourt'llcusediior eiMi li, sale to tho lilttiest SIhI heet l.l.l.lrr. In llsm- lrirALKnusK. r.rrlsfebhopsnd the Mini which II Is sllustrd, Tho licst whalcbono is obtained from on the North side of Main street In Stanford, and '. I. ATJIOIti:. Florida, add.-rl. laujs of K. 1L hy en (len. I'ssa. Iilstllie, Ky tho Greenland wlialc. From tho mouth founded the the Nor lb ifthe liauithrrty.on the Or P.J. Anthony,and TUk.t Agl . Ky. Win Last hy lot on AgL. elanlotd. i.fj. W. lot hy itieet ot ono of theso monsters from 2,000 to Couth hy Mainrroperly and JWest and ll.e (' Dennis. M Wallsra-t- h of II The Tbe sale will he insJe toenloiee a mortgage on 3,000 pounds aro often taken. snld proerly for t0, with tf ir lent Interest manufacture ot whalcbono into articles from Jan W, 'Hi. until paid, and Ihe cule of this CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO ot use and ornament is not so extensivo acilou TkSHS. The isle will lie in a. I e Mt a crolll ofsit prlie, as ono might imagine. It is principally months. A Iwndlorllm purthssesecurity, iKjalJe leering Its Oinu lasioncr, wlih sppmred confined to Now York nnd Boston, four Interest at the rale olCirr rent. annum from Kentucky's Route Knst will be. reuulrttl of the I Uio former and dat. rfsalaumll ild.lie relaliod fur security urmanufactories being in of cliater and a lien will a. cial gains nnd n booming boIo of goods Uireo in tho latter. When Uio raw same. iin.i.jr., Com'r. VMl each season. Tho traveling business, whalcbono is first received at the factory Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. howovcr, has been rathor ovcrdono tho tho hair is cut off tho slabs. Thoy ore The only III running past two seasons. Every small concern then Booked in water until Uioy aro soft, Stanford Female College. ba3 its fivo or six commercial travelers after which they aro scraped of all Uio PULLMAN NEW SLEEPINO CARS STA.vroim, KY. roaming through tho country now, and gum that adheres to them. Thoy aro .- ami tho novelty has quito worn off tills put in a steam box, where a workman With a Full Corps of Teachers, branch. Tho drummers swarm about straightens them with n knife, they ore tho offices of merchants throughout Uio finally polished, and aro then ready to This Institution will open Its Tblrlcenlh Hesslon raow neat. on tbe Id Mondsy In country in Euch numbers now, and tha bo mado uso ot for any pnrposo Uiat tho r,oiitNvllli',C'liiliiiiall null I.f -rivalry has becomo bo fierce, that tho dresser may seo fit. Whalcbono is ALL T1IK BUANCHI- (IK A liiKioii, Hy., boro, principally used nowadays in tho manubusiness men find them a TO and hnvo.takcn lately to thohcroio policy facture of whips and corsets. Umbrella THOROUGHENGLISHCOURSE Are taught, aa well as of showing them tho door and rudely frames used to bo mado altogether ot WASHINGTON CITY, slamming it in their faces. It will not whalebone, but sinco its scarcity and MUUIC, THE LANOUAOKB. DIIAW. Connecting In same drt with fait trains lur INQ AND PAINTING. toko long, at this rate, to bring tho bus high price, steel is mostly used for this iness of drumming up trado into such purpose. Whalcbono hats and whalc"5kTOXl5L. disrepute that it trill bo worso than use- bono riblKra havo just como into vogue. less to cngago in it at all. In Tuition, orltea ranm from 1 to tU) In th Tho former look very beautiful and aro regular lsrpartmcnta. Irlmart, T; Inlernmlla e The Direct Bonto to Lynchburg, DanIn their dilemma they aro prudently comfortable on tho head. u, anu louegisi, iw J3ll; rreparauuy, ville, Norfolk, casting about for somo means of adding Whales, liko seals, do not get timo to particulars, aa to Board, Ac., addnw For full fuel to their firo or of reviving the al- grow, for thoy aro slaughtered mercimost defunct spirit of tho palmy days lessly, young and old, in tho pursuit KIM. N. C. TKIJKIIKtHT. I'rl'irli.,1 All Virginia and North Carolina Stanford, Lincoln Ui. K , roints just after tho war, when a drummer had ot wealth. Tho old ones aro often For tUltts and lurlher lnloriiialtenv apply to s only to tako fino quarters in a before tho young aro ablo to tako killed yournearal ticket ollloi. or athliesa jA.tii:s v. iiiiwr. hotel, and got all tho merchants in tho care of themselves, and Uio result of tl.nl. Noiihweslcrn Agent. town boiling drunk, to bo ablo tf rako in this cruelty is n loss of thousands and tills Ky. SIDW.MaliiM.. tho orders for goods at tho rata of a cool thousands ot whales and seals in a year. V. W. NMITII. II. W. r'HI.I.KII. (lau'l Mapserr, llen'l I's'r Agi. couplo of thousand dollars n lick. Two Mankind will havo to bo moro thought Kiehinoiid, Virginia. great firms, at least, in New York city, ful in tho work of slaughter if it wishes tldnk thoy havo hit upon tho very idea. to bo better compensated by theso on! -I-3-C Thoy havo each token two of their mala, and tho whalo must bo let alone and cheekiost for o fow years if Uio ladies aro to have youngest, salesladies, and sent them out on tho lino corsets and tho gentlemen fino walk road with samples to work up tho trado, end riding-whipwhich, under tho old system of drumTllli JtAMlCST Or Till: ASVXKST ming, was fast slipping away from thoso. JOK. Tho success of tho Isdios has been quito Whither art thou traveling, venerable phenomenal. Wo ore informed that Joko ? Tho way is rough, tho air. is hardly in a singlo instance havo thoy chill, and Uiy strength is well nigh spent failed to secure largo orders from tho re- and thy habiliments aro threadbare and calcitrant merchants who havo gono back torn. Come, rest theo ; thou hast lived 0TO3IACIC on tho drummers of Uio bifurcated gar- long, thou hast visited many- climes, ments. Surely tho astute tradesmen of Utou hast acted well thy part. And Gotham aro ahead when it comes to tho Uio Joko replied, "Nay, I was present Old fashionable rcmedlci aro rapidly ways and means of securing and hold- in Uio garden ; I beguiloil tho tedious Klrlntr ground before the ndranco or IhPt confinement of Noah and his family ing trado. Tribune and Farmer, comiucrinff speclflc, ami old faihlomil aa rurana of during thu dclngu ; I havo apiearod in kleaa In regard to Urnletlon cure, bavu been quito exploded by tha A riSAXCXAL ASKCVUTB. aueeeaa of the irreat nnovout which tonra oil languages in all ages ond among all the ayittm, trauiiiilllica the nenca, Theodore was a poor lad. Ono day malaria, ileiiuratea and enriches peoples, I huvo ono duty to Hirform when ho was cxy hungry ho espied a the blonl, rouse the liter when dormant, era I die. I have only to appear in thu and promotes a regular habit of body. pioco ou tho floor of tho broker's For aalu by all lirujturlsu and IkaUru llarper't 'Drawer.' Then may thy Kcncrully. office, which ho was suoopiug out. Ho in peace." And tho venservant depart had remembered stories wherein littlo erable Joko tottered slowly away, mumboys had picked up a small pioco of prayer that strength might lo handed it to tho great merchant bling a money, givon it to roach tho asylum for rich banker and boon In Hlanlord, , Chen-aul- Route la all pulnta In Missouri. Kansas, Illinois, Indiana, lows, Nebraska, CoUrado. Alksnsav Only one change to Chleago, bl Umla and Katl For fuilherlnforioitleo) aluut lletela to Ibe Houth, Kansas I ulorsdo. an e Igrsnt rale, to iirisrlllH,r. K TUTT'S by naav laiitimViiisKra ehsarel ioiuiikt of lUla lit k. tut. Ulai k hy a sinale rrt anslTiral color mts Instantaneously M0I4 appln-alio11 MM DYE. tork. . r uiri(i;u ustiL ay nt tin: itrra (ar. limn sta. or sent by eipreas oo rraiH of II. m m:iv a .r iiiuu. i.h..o-iuwim.J ax.i.u mu u suiua 1 aia a- -, i?PlainEnglishl nrucjuxPitESSEDi 3 fLaoMttawtfTfto ..it-- I (Hwlik. r4 I.alwot Jlr -- 1 .n4 I im , . m.4 I A I .. ISMSl tlMll" W ! smB uim lb. bus oil. t e olo .a 10 .11 lb. I. il.n w- -il sd 4..l 11lefwi.4r - as, rie. ISMHi.OM(Vl. Iell I I W.M-1- . I fcs . b.ts ihm nasi of . .1 &JZ. i0i IICCimUIIIUJTIKItlT A SOLID TEAIN - mmt ia.ss. . us w cr old man Toerory y vi.ir. troublod with nei on. or rhyalenl debility or lmpolonci stle-i-l clnuUr la aent . f. rull nddrw. on postal annt to HARRIS HCMtDY CO. alt. Loula, Mo. if You r.ot your Mi.tnNuj.of tola. need vur rsuuUr, Cewd o. oov iuomI twa two al . re .r. . l 10.I I., K.v -stoelue lot HOiivih l..ol.lir Vo.r-n- I. MO, tUsb uli.hir P8 lb- fc...J.aW a. IIm. - - li-- lr d .1 . asar H. - 'i.-- I .11 i s'l 1 HI tM-- ad .. TERMS MODERATE. 3Nrx7- t'.'TYOUTHnndMANMCaD wvCwk bslaxJLJ.'---1 I 1 ,HE DUCatr Or Y -- tu pf"nf -- c 7!i-t ""T Mtotrii . , , a or-- . . . 11. . I , 1, ... r bo,:., hi 11. ,f I I I' '. ai Ill Willi ) k ll THE PUULISHEK lioa 214, Mll.ts.kee, lierlrle I'" si..l llroe- -. ....1.1 If lleli !' ' K. .1 A,1i'c'-- S Wis. !L&sflPTS first-clas- FREE! SELF-CUR- HOSIiJEltS iJWJ& RELIABLE A BaOSlDOtv E fkvortu rrrrriDt.an of nn of lb ftlt1 tuorvMifuI rClIUt ll IhtjU.H. 'nowrvilrKSi tor Uiarumof.lrrrowa tbitityt Hul slfiiHitfMt. HJliiifi aud iiwUeuY4o,-.y4i- . Drucgiucaflll- U plain WARD A CO., Louliitet Ma. Vidrm DR. Iyf IM, best-looki- T E iug-hti- s. - & immediately or taken into partnership. So Theodore stopped up to tho door of tho broker's private room and said : picco I " l'lease, sir, hero's a found ou tho floor." Tho broker looked at Thoodoio a and thou said : "You found that on my floor, did you ? Aud you aro hungry, aren't you ?' " Yes, sir," replied Theodore. " Well, give it to mo and get out. I was looking around for a purtuor, but a boy who doesn't know enough to buy bread when ho is starving to death would mako but a sorry broker. No, boy, I can't tako you into Uio firm." And Theodore novcr becomo a great Honesty is tho host llioy, broker. children, but it is not indispousablo to success in tho brokerage business. mo-mo- nt mipor-animat- HALL'S -Cavlty-Ohronla witticisms before laying itself down to tho sleep that knows no waking. Jlcwton 'JYaiiscrljit. VU1IL1C 1WXLIHSOH lATARRH fjURE WPs.WlrJjJ-s- . Hotlon IranscrlpU No matter how aliitteral the cyslem may he from eicnutaof any kind, the Great Grr- man Invixortlor will secure health and hap. plnef. See adrertloement. For iale by IVnny & McAIIatrr, Ktanfoid, !', L r OF l'AUIS. Paris is enormously rich in public 13 EECOMHEHDZD HY PHYfllCIAWD; buildings, parka and other things which .vTiaTiia attract tourists. A calculation of their Catarrh of tho Nasal rt Ihn Pnr. fwi. nnu em riairrh in..aiu.a la taken INTERNALLY, nnd valuo, recently mado, Beta tho figures at Throat. It OIREOTLV upon tho Blood and octa 8212,000,000, though, of courso, this can Mucoua Surfaooa of tho Bratom. It beat Blood Purlflor In tho bo only rough guossworlc Who, for WORLD. anl la worth ALL that lo charsod for It, for THAT alono. ond ceninstanco, con givo in francs times tho worth of n statuo of Najioleou ::;lv ihternal cup.e r, catarrh or a drinking fountain 1 As it stands parks, And wo offer One Humlrod Oollara tor any tho appraisal includes forty-fouaou or uarnrrn , win nm wurm squares, etc., at a total valuo of WILI4 L'UItU ANV CAU11, sixty-fou- r churches, at Ofllco ot A. T UTBWitiT Oa'l rniciou. Ill . Juno 4. IbML I nineteen cemeteries, at UfUt$. F. J. Cktntudt Vn., Tuitdo. U. (cnlfemrn - I tako plcuiuro ti Informlnt you oanals and reser; eighty-eigllall'a that I haveI uaodvery Lad Catarrb luri. It lia,. s, nnd don't bealtutn to voirs, etc., at $23,000,000; twenty enrol liw- - won say hat It will rvr any caao of Catarrh If luUn 113 primary oroirly. ot $5,000,000; Youra truly. schools; at 812,000,000; three theaters, VOHTII 810 AiiorrLiJ. V Wttfiniv An.lctu.n lllfll . write. IlatO llOU ot $2,000,000, and bo on Uirough Uio Catarrh for SU year. Hall' Catarrh Curo curvd score of things Uiat a municipality can me. Ounsiderlt worth JiaOOa botlla possess. No valuation ot this kind, it U..ml,rtiin.l nnd unl.lb V J CUKNLY (JO. is said, has ever been mado of that other lu Vrv'tflelora, TOIXDO, OUIO. A HcAllilcr. lor Mia la Hlauford k I'enny oveu more wonderful great city, Loudon. sSTJQ33l.IwX- - JOB PRINTING OFFICE Printing in tho Bost to do all kinds of Is Troparod of Stylo and at City Figuros. Try us. ltho W7mmfflf2ffiM ur 0; ht bar-raok- praiiiiu anil Iu an lapirlHiCeof I baio Mud Int. lUiiiau. jiuii "'.in Iu iu tlIs.MI.UlhN. Jiarj luim Jli hat meter uud an, u.lus; tjgiio. loan suits that llli. lliliTlii'a twrntr't ) dois. In iuaujriai.a of Mnous I'roslralion, imaiilas.s. - - l)speKda. andanlm- lnoxTuMtcom , . . . ... ... m iiion 01 uio iwnrlilitilhate bulled somouioou. una p."i s. nm.-- 1 luioiupar-i.lof our most tuilurut physhlaiis. hatu )ltlded to tblainvat siul ioihjuiIe aiea that remedy, pnscrinoli luoref, r ucotoauy Iruu ,niarlloii luvlii I La. ! fi ii Wu. lUurt-U-'. IttOM Tomi Wr a nei.ts.Hy Iu tm rrarilrc aim ab Avenue. IVI. f'jmm!ifijm m ar m msi mint- - m im mr - js itid.lv riirliui JtarKitmll 7ioj.ora la 'IU,. ,1 .utlilti.liln A.fHA. ioi! tittlim ofrod lUurkrnthi 'fmf irfffiot A rnmJitiinllon of jr7i trrti.KorlttirtnttrUllrof . J .1 tt . T 1, u 1 "' Ml; I..111. It ul rea a.lur lathi LlmxiA uatuml hrnlthful tone to tin iifraf f r oryniia 11111 iierroM. ayafem, tnaklnti it uiJfeuU fu tlenmill Prbtiltu, Jm l;ie- tllr, I'rottrnltnn fnf rilnll ia.af ijbi K.iii.os ssuil aaa aa t still. 1 MANUFACTURED BYTHE OR. HARTER MEDICINE G',$..: 213 N. MAIN ST.. ST . LOUIS. w