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Old Sim Simon, STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER StontxraWt Ciperimtnt. tho battlo of Qroveton, Stonewall Jackson tried nn experiment which nearly firightcnod a division of Federals out of their boots. liars of railroad iron wcro cut up into foot lengths nnd fired from some of tho heaviest guns, and tho noise these missiles made as they went sailing through tho air was n sorry crots between the shriek of a woman and tho bray of a mulo. Tho Federals listened in wonder at tho first few which banged through the tree tops, and presently ono of the pieces fell just iu front of a Pennsylvania regiment. A captain stepped forward to inspect it, nnd after turning it over he rushed to tho Colonel with the news : "Colonel, these infernal rebs aro A 10, 1882. DARBY8 NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER Remarkablt Caie. T This is a palhctio little song after T T Editor and Proprietor tho original, an improviM by V, K. W.'P.'WALTOH, IOgan, U. M. C. It U ono of thoso r. n. walton, Business Manager songs that obtain a life long grip on tho music-lovinpupllc, tccftuio of I'lihllmhril Turmtav aint tYlitny, tho simplicity of tho words and unriy-nllc- d melody of tho composition to which thoy aro set. To givoour readPlci don't Mnil slsmpi In iiaymentoftnb-scilptle- ers an adequate idpa of tho song we except to rntkeensnre, and then ef de. (jnolo a few verses. Ono beautiful nominations not off r three rents, jKcullarity of tho composition consists In tho fact that it can bo sung to any Hotfenstein't Byjle. mcosuro the singer may adopt, and "Mr. Ilollenslctn," said Herman, ns tho cflcct will Ijo precisely the same. lio folded up a pair of panU and pine Wo quote: cd (horn on n pile, "it you don't linf '"Twae olJ film Mmon and young Him Simon, And J Hllu felmon's son. any objections I votild liko to get from Young dim Hlmon will ue Mm (Union tho storo nvay von cfening, mid go nut When old Hint Hi men It font." do Roldicra to tlio Upanish fort." Nolo tho pathos contained in the "Veil, Herman, I dinlca you had abovo lines. Simon Simon is getting boiler keep avny from do (oldicm," re- old nod rapidly crawling down tho hill plied Hoflciistitic, "und stay rnit do oT lift). Young Sim smiles softly as store, becauso you don't can't put any ho thinks his father will soon, flicker I vill (ell nut and Icavo him to inherit tho famiconfidence mil do soldiers. vilo I vasin Vicks-bur- ly appellation nnd tho old man's accuyou vhy : Vouday during do var, a cock eyed mulated bunk account. Thin we seo camo in my Htore mil an old bu ttial tho first vcrdo suggests tho picglo iu hid Itnud, und lio looka around. ture of old Sim about to shuflle ofl I ask liim vat ho vnuta, und ho buys n this mortal coil, ami tho young scion couiilo of uinlersliirt; den ho tells mo of tho old family stock confidcaUin to keefihli buudlo and buglo behind bis ability to uphold tho family honor the cornier until ho cornea back. Af- and spend tho hard earned money of td soldier vent do store hii dad. ter thecock-e, ;& ' out, aomu mora soldiers came in und In verso second this comes out still valk nil around vilo doy look at do plainer. The sentiment changes from goods. 'Slicntlemen,' I snys, 'do jou a subdued pathetic to a Vo aro shust look- - diminuendo, with a crescendo move vantunyding?" imr to too vol you haf,' said von of ment, and tho author sadly informs dem, und afder nvilo anoddcr says: us that 'Hill ihuit look dero at do bugle, do "Twat olJ Him Hlmon and young 81m Simon Simon' aoiiig, And old very ding do Captain 'told us to get. Young SimDim Simon lll utHIni Bliuon You know vo don't haf any buglo in WheneldrilruMuion I ipue,'.1 Could anything be rnoro beautiful? de company for drco nioatln. How much you atk fordo buglo?' I dells Wo think not. Not only did old Sim dem dot Ican't selLdo buglo becauso havo a son Sim, but we are led to it lieliiDLiwa man vot ahuat vent bclievo from the reading of tbo song out. I. vill gif you $50 for it," said that hcwasnri only son. Tho old do soldier, pulling his money out. I man had doubtless lavished upon his tells him I don't can sell it because it offspring all tho money necessary to vain't mine 'I vill give you 8100,' fit him for a good twsition inlifuthat bo said. My gracious, Herman, I would not disgrace n Simon puro. vatits to sell do buglo so bad dat I Probably, being an only son, young Do solder dells mo vilo doy Sim was somewhat fast, nnd inclined viatica. vos leaving do'storodot if I buy do to rako in tho pot' after th6 midnight buglo from do man vot owns it dey vill hoar. Hut tho main idea of the augiUme $112.? font. I dell dem I vill thor of the song is that " Youug Blm Elmon will I blm hlmon do it. I tecs a chance, you know, Whrn old BIiu blmon It gone " Herman, to mako some money by do Wo think tho explanation is o be ration. simple, for all to comprehend. "Ven do cockeyed soldier comes Wo might extend this ad infinitum, ad back hesiiys, 'Git mo my bundlo and libitum, utl nauMuui if wo had not done bugle; I got to go. to do- camp,' I bo already,) but forbear. Thero are I says, 'My frent, don't you vant to 55 inoro verses just like tho ones we sell your bugle?' Ho dulls mono, have quoted, nnd no family is comund I says, 'My little boy Leopold, plete without a copy ot the song. Per vot plays in lo' store, sees do buglo, sons wishing copies can bo supplied on uud he goes all around crying shust as J short notice by calling on "IJud" loud as ho can, because bo don t get In anticipatioif of a big rush it. Six times I dakes him in do yard Uud has laid in a fresh supply of und vipshim, uud ho comes right brickbats jivhiclijlib will,frcelyrdistri; back and cries for do bugle. It shoves, unto to an tiKiuinng persons. loom- you know, how much troublo a man CMcl ikpUUijcan e, sol-diy basso-profund- At firing railroad iron at us!" "No?" H V 1W "Thoy aro for a fact!" Wlilict Id Infurni lili Palrom ofSUnfunland rklnltjr thnt he haa r nt I ml "Captain, advauco your company cured. Kryilpelaa cured A Splendid Stock of Goods, to thnt ridge and deploy, and the min- and IlarnartlievedifiiU&dr I The phyttcUn here Hears prevented tue Darbyt Hmd very utu you find that Jackson is getting IrtenterT cured. first-clas- s luccesifully in the treat Which he guarantees to mako up in style. Satisfaction guarWouudi healed rapidly nent of Diphtheria. ready to fire freight cars at us, send HcuTTy cured anteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. A bTi LttNWMCK. An Antidote fur Animal Gixctuboro, AU. I don't propose- to have mo word. or Vegetable I'otsonf. Tetter dried up. ftungi, etc. ray regiment mashed in tho ground Clmleni prevented I used the Fluid during purified and our nrescnt affliction with Ulrer when it can just as well bo decently healed Too Much Peitek. One of tho bctrtcc Fever with de Is In cuHCAof Dcathlt It elded advantage exterminated in the regular way." shoul 1 be tned about most prominent preachers tells the Indispensable to the tkk iti Wu, Sahix men trrmlt will anecdoto for a fact whenover following prevent any unpteat Was Afraid of an Accident ruD, Eyrie, AU. ant unci. TheLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELKY "Aro you related to John Griddle-ton?- " he hears a story too incredible for beThe eminent IMiy. Irian, J.MAKION Scarlet Forcr SUMS M l.f New AND HIiTVEKWAltK lief: "A very wicked man became asked a gentleman of Col. York, ur "I am converted, and in course of time it Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, docks and to whom he had just been convinced l'rof Darbys Curod. rropliylactic Hmd a Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. camo his turn to pray in class meetvaluable disinfectant," ing. Not being used to speaking VanderbUt Unlveralty, Nashville. Tenn. V'Yes, John is my son." I testily to the mmt eiccllent qualities of Prof. short timo before I camo to in public, of courso be was very much Darby 1'iuphylactie Flu) As a disinfectant and determent It Is both thcurrticaily and practically is the substanco Arkansaw, I saw Jidin get a fall I embarrassed. This superior to anr preparation with which I am acquainted. N T Lurro, Prof, Chemistry didn't envy much," continued tho of the prayer: 'Oh, Lord, thou giver Darby Fluid Is Ilecoinmemied by Hon. Aliiahoim , Stiphkms, of Georgia t of all good things, look down with pity gentleman. Rev. Chas. Y. Dstus. D.D., Church of the "A fall," exclaimed tho old gentle- on our people. You are rich and Strangers. N. Y Columbia. Prof .University. S C. &9 icn. LtCowTE, A. J IUttlb, Prof t Mercer University; man excitedly. "When did it hap- can spare them plenty to eat while on Kcv. Geo. V Piutca, Uuhop M. K. Church. XND1SPKNRADLK earth. Send every one of them a barTO KVKUY IIOMI pen ? I have heard nothing of it." Perfectly harmless. Used Internally or "Occurred only a few days ago, rel of flour, plenty of lard and a side iur nun or ixan. ciicinaiif The Fluid hat been thoroughly tested, and we You see, John and a party of men of bacon, a ham or so and a pound of have abundant evidence that It hat done evervthine For fuller Information ct of your here claimed OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. wero standing on a sort of temporary butter. Send each ono of your starv- a pamphlet or tend to the proprietors. DrucK1 CO., J. Chcmiitl. arrangement at a public gathering in inc. bunirrv creatures a barrel of Mair .'taurine If. ZKILIK I'HILAUELPIIIA. I( ciiiliraccfl Sliiplo mill Fancy OrorcrlcH, I'aloiit ami Family Colorado, when suddenly a part of tho sugar, a barrel of snlt, a barrel of peFlour, Mcnl, IIucou ami Lard, Tolmcco ami C'iRiirH, Wood-ething gavo way and John fell." pperoh, hell, that's too much pepper. PUOFLS.SI0XAL C.'aniit-i- l AVUIow and Tinware, GIiihh and tiicciiHHarc. Centreville (Md.) Record. "My goodness, sir, you excite me I Amen." :. vamsoM. T. r. v!iot. ol all lilndsa Hpt'dally. Iteiaoniltrr llic place, "The walLtrjt GuoiIh I hoMi he was not serioaaly injured." T W. & W.E VABNON. Tho pastor pf a Louisville Baptist Corner fcilore." "Well, I rather think ho was. You church refused to allow a lady to KY. HTANFOIID, sco it wai at a hanging and John was from his pulpit, aud in cons- Office In Ovtlej 4 Son's new building up ttilrs. the man who stood on the trap." equent some of the people are giving II. O. KAUFFMAN, "Oh yes; John was hung was ho 7 him scissors. And yet tho poor man LANCASTEK, KY. I was afraid soma accident had befal was right, lsokiugfrom hisstandpoinU Matter Uioinilnloner and CouDtr Attorner. Will DEia:-a.n.3Vf- l: , leu him," ami tho conversation turnpractice In all tbo Courltof Uarrard and adjoining All he knows about female lecturing countlea and In the Court of Appeals. DKlLKt IN- tho price of coted Uwn tho weather, he learned at home, and how was ho ALEX. ANDERSON, DUUGS, LOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY AllTlOLKS. ton nnd other topics of general inter-es- t. to know that his congregation would x.a."v, Arkansaw Traveler. Pharmaceutical PrraralIoui a tpectall y. Pb jtlclana' rrcacrlptiooi accuratelj comtiouiided. not bo treated to an article similar to DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Cuurla Tin: Man in run Moon. No bo- that his wife treats him to when the counllea and In the Court ofof Bojle end adjoining To sow tprain in corn tawl or nn" ordinary fond no yrtpitralion ix needed where tka imjJtvicnt Appeals. dy lives in the moon except the one lamp is out, tho curtains drawn and it rued; timjjy drirt into the field and go to vorL seeding. MABTEUUON PEYTON. Breck- - AWOIINEV Al- X.A."V, lone, traditional man. No rivers How her tongue fairly unlimbered. AMD KX1IIIK kit yon TISKT COOMTT. LIBEHTY, KY. no verdure iuridgo News. ncrofs the barren plains, Will nractlre In all the Court! of Cater and ad Appeals. was about to bo marri- Joining counties, and In the Court ofuraco over touches thedesolato craters and tho Honest John epeciai atteution given to collections, mountain heights. Silent ed for the fourth time. His dominie IU T. Pierce's ttoie. gloomy craters, barreu wastes, mighty desola- congratulated him, and added: "Thoy DU. J. Q. CAIIFENTBU, Three First-Cla- ss Implements Combined in One; KENTUCKY tions, universal solitude, insuflerable say, John, you're getting money with HTANFOKD. Office hours Office orer KohL 8. Ljlle's store. blinding light of day, rayless, star her; you did so on the last two occaStaking the lesl and theapeetinxjlementtveriroduced. An immanent that it wditpentalle in from S lo 3; aud 7 to P. at. less impenetrable darkness of night; sions; you'll get quite rich by the i very crop cultivated. "" RulM, thero is no cloud, no drop of rain, no wives." "Dear sir," quietly respond- J. J. WILSON, "'"" ...... y. deu dollars for it shust to please little liEN'X'ISST. A German chemist has invented a breath of air, no atmosphere; nothing ed John, "what wi' bringin' them in 8TANFOUD, KY, Iicopold, Dg.joMien vou'tdake i't.J now kind of bullet which ho urges will but loneliness nud dreariness. Often, and puttit' them out, there's nao Office and Residence, U'r Main St. und at lost I otters him filly dollars, if brought into general use greatly di- by tho aid ul p iwerful telescopes, the mucKle made o' them." LEE F. HUFFMAN. uud ho says, 'Veil, I vill dako fifty minish if not altogether remuvo the man in the moon has been heard to may HUKOEON UENTIHT, No matter how uliatteretl Ihe becauso I can't vaato any more time, horrors 6t war. is of a say that ho felt like a greenback con- Im) Tho bullet 8TANFOUD, KY. fioiu exwiieof anj kind, the Great fier Afder ho brittle- snlwtance, breaking directly it vention. I haf to goto decamp.' Office South side Main Street, two doors abore llurlington Haweye. man Intlgortttor will recure health and hap. uv njtii iiuiwi goes uvuy I goos to do door und comes in contact with' tho object ut For iale by Pure Nitrous Oxide Oss admlnlttered when re quired. A report oomes fro in some of tho plneM. See adTertlaetnent. vatches ,for de soldiers vat van ted de which it if aimed. Jt contains a powPenny & McAliater, Stanford. It. O. MORO AN, D. D. 8. bugle. 1 sees dem passing along do erful anesthetic, producing instanta- northern Kentucky counties to the SWClJ from beOlSNTIHT. week In Htanford ono Will street, and I says 'My Ircuts, I haf neously complete insensibility,' lasting oflect that farmers began culling corn cross-cu- t saws. KENTUCKY GENTHAL 1. 1. of each month,llotei. Snt Monday. Dental rooms . c um de buglo,' und doy say, 'Veil, for twelvo houn which, except that in that fcctioii with oter InSUAsspn.. got attb mt AAtm Its it til la Sulky UsrrowandSetder The Albion Seat go.lAlLiancaiier iur .... In Uauin llilllaA. . i. (1....1 An.a dam it, vy dou't you blow it ? My tho action of tho heart continues, is Hut they soou discovered that there nr ria For lea money than required to Mam a grain drill, which can only It tit Mud in out cri. irom iniru iunuj. wm.i oxld gste admlnlttered h 8eeslgn. Pure nitrous mil put in all Und of nnall implement can be -- THE MOST BESIKABLE ROUTE T- Ogrracious, Herman, vat you dink? not to bo distinguished from death. wero not cribs enough lo hold when necessary. " " lhi time and with em hid, nhich the bat gnnn drill made. grain in the very best nwjuur m labor than lea of the crop, so it was necessary to. liom soldiers belong to do same All where these bullets are A battle-fielcrowd und dey mako do trick to swin- - used will in a short timo be apparent- build sheds over the fields. This And decidedly Ike Popular tlouls, aSurdlog, It to dlo mo. Lovi Cohen, across de street, ly covered with dead bodies, but iu sounds liko,a lie, aud it is ono that dues, lets chauget supviiur cvviuu.ww.n 1m beaten. So amateur contestbo Hails it out, und cfery day ho geta reality with the prostrate forms of can't Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, honors had better uot DU. OANN'S REMEDIES 1 boysr to bloyr horns in irout of ray eolUicre roiuced lor tlio tlnio being to ants for lying and West. In ct. If TOU Park City limes. The North. Northwest inr direction. TOUr Interest mako the attempt. In ...ni.h.i,l.l. trln sty??, soat to.nmke pjodiuk how I FOB THE MILLION, tho state of unconsciousness.' Whllo will lie LetlserriHTbT purchasing your Hcjel; J eaib wty 7; Pull K. C. snd vas swindled. Herman, I diuk you In thisicondition they may, tho GerMany years ago, when Chief Justice man PalaceCInclnutti. STrslns Day Coaches, and l ait; hleisnt New MANUFACTUltED 1IY W. K. OANN, M. D., htudtointiy furultbed ltecllntug Chair Cart lurm bad bolter slay niit de store." ' man chemist points out, bo carefully Oakley Vas holding court, among oth- the unequilej equUmentt of this Old ltelltble, MONTICELLO, KY. be excused from thereby intklng a ttlp orer this line oue ol comfort aud pleasure. Try It. Black packed in umbuluuco wngqni and, car ers who applied to (ICovcH 1ni ( Stockinhi. The world It filled with the wondrrful, bfaull jury duty was a common. place looking ful and Intricate Inreulloiit ol uitn, y an tue TIME TABLE. liTEFPEOf OCT. 15, 1SI- -. stockings como high, but thq girls ried off as prisoners. Wholo cities ... .ki .t.1 i.Lni in.1 irenlut tb tt tho world hat ev man wjth a few spots on his face. er known has neer produced anything thai can must havo thoiu. Gloves aro said to may in liko manner bo reduced to No. i. I No.C. No... bo UTU. ,.n..... ..ih Ulr. llanu's Itemed es." Stedlcal PutlUou of Teeth xal lewr while at work. "What's tho excuse?" asked the Chief skill snd science hue, M let, Ullrd to dlseoer bo as long as stockings, which is like helplesnesa by means of shells charg8 00 aw . so p m 8 00 p 14 any thlug Then by dttuchiny tlie CoTlpgtOn..v the jou have tht bat Harrow in fAe koiW, me that mil do o uutk ciusl to thcui, for the cure of As dls. "I've " Falmouth . . S 40 a iu 4 10 li IU 0 IS put c Justice, without raising his head. ed with tho compound. Tho their in once wi'm; oicr tht around fAait an frtlinarv harrow will in a cWn, luidet doing the wi are retwuiuimded. saying something is as big as a pioco lObspiu raaos for which Ibey said the man with a " Cjnlblus .. 10 BO a tu 6 00 p IU 1087 pm virtue snd uhs are pralted by thouaandi through-at fader nnd with more cat bullet is also strongly recom got tho itch!" U JO a iu SUIB " Paris out Ih length and breadth ul the land, and of chalk. How long aro stockings? ui Lelngton.. I. IS p III 7 Upm lltopiu ettndsrd raiulir Jiwicmet, mey mim u scared look, "Let the clerk scratch Arr. Lexington SO I 13 - 111 pl 8 JO p ni UUpm celled, an I re fully tuuttantlited by the strongLte. writers say thero mended to tho burclar and to tho Sensational laahiou am 12 VlncbctCcr him out," said the Judge, without a Arr. Mt. bteriiug . S 01 p IU 00 u in 12 10 am est testimonials. 45 p in aro stockings as long as a ballet dan- householder, no risks of hanging be tlmtuuip-tlo- n .. J .1 i u Asbltnd.. Coldt. Croup, St. James' smile, and called for tho noxt man. 'Tm tin For Coughs, all Dlteateatol tlronchllU. aud Luugt, cer's tighU. It would bo u problem iug Involved by its uso. tho Throat lluntlniftou.. S 05 p IU aud fNi Y. Herald. No. 6. No. I. No.S. NOKTII. to put on glovca as lung ns that. Thero Gazette Une Dr. Claiin'M CoiikIi .Syrup. SO a iu A. Mississippi planter says the great IvmiANdl-MENT- ,. Lie. lluutluKtou CltUATU AN is Is a fresh effort, say these samo senAshland-k- .,.. For Liter Cbiuplalnl,Iytpeptl. Indlestlou Jaun. ' Mt. burling , IIUiui S SO a in dire, Cunttlpallou, buur blomach and alt Ulllout sational writers, to havo it Iu mode to "What were you put in tho peniten- est curse of tho South is tho country 10 a ui Winchetter - 1121 p ui Dltraset, I IS p ui 7 W a m He adds: Arr. Leilugtuu wear .stockings of dillorent cobrs, as tiary for?" asked a, visitor; of a cou-- ' storo with its S 00 p in S 00 p ui Lto. Iilo.ton.-- ' S 40 pm Vhu Ur. Ghiiu'm Liver Cure. . 1 to p ui 8 S3 a iu vict. ... will go almost naked to Paiit. "A negro black for ono leg and whlto for tho Cyntbltna.. .. IM p iu V II a tu 4 Want "On tho accouut of love sir." III ultet snd 4 10 p ui 10 l a ui SOUp m For Uheuiustltui. NeuraUia, Hprslns, rotgut whisky. He is worse than " Falmouth.. would uot bo queer, all other. ,1 IUIH 11 S5 a iu ewpui 8welllugi-- an external application for tutu ur "Ah, I eo. Lovcil two' women tho outcast Indian in that respect. Arr CuTlnflon be sit, things considered, if it hud somo MAY8VILLE DIVISION. Women will and married both." You might as well eudeavor to ex No. L. UsIpi-iotiling of a success. Uho Dr. Oiinu'rt Iilnluivni. pm. Arr. Mays title SlOpui "No, fell in lovp with, a Ijorsp, and plain Hie length of the comet's tail No. 10 Msrttllle S 00 am. " Leilngtou n itoaw Position of Teelh and Uter while not Iu use obpyi .almost, any jjjzarrq fashion jf it v.aiu Tor Piles. Ilemoribolds, llurus, Flttula ahd all " Paris SSOam. No. h.tiiiiii Ltxingten t S3 put it seonu that tho unima was similarly to a colored nmu, as to try to explain No.M ' W'IMlllelOOpm lyitr janfiny your crop, by rcuuiiing tkte tedh yo tun thoivughly piJttru the toil, cultiialt sfiullar dlteaws, right start, has tho und destroy the ve'edt in luv row of corn at a liw, a fAiiy tAaf no Uhcr cultivator will do. impressed, for she followed mo away, to him tho ueceesity to work on SatNo. runs dslly. aud hu day ruachte fromClu-.lt.ii.- il Uho Ghiiii'h IMIo OIiiIiiiciiI. At first ttutetl, here it un tinpleauat that can be uted tit crery crop cultivated and one thai it tt. Wi.hlDL-Ljii-. I'ulliiiauHleeperstu Ktot. "S.i you saw my poor husband but the people, regarding advances as in Funiiert, come uud see it, yet a wi celled m none by any other tmJeuitnt; durable and simple. urday." wba Falls. W Vs. and Bnllulng CbalrCir to Lex. For Fresh Cult, Uurut, Ulcers aud Old Uons, when he died?" said a woman to a man impertinent iu a stranccr, scut me pie ami try it 1 it doe not do what we clamor it, tt do not tranf your vioney. Ineiou. blons oulr at till lout on K C It. It, S runt dally, except where tluitU gltea. No. Tho nortberrnost place in tho world bundty, has Ibrougb coaches to llumtngton. No. Vmo Ur. Giihu'h HIHer-Swewho Haul just returned from Colorado. hero to creato an estrangement be GEO. D. WEAKEN, Agent, stantsrd. Ky. Ointment. ouuuji to iuiv.u was with him. I twecu mo aud tho object of my uflec where rye and oats mature Is at Ken-gi- I ruus uaiir. except titrloriar hm MtTSVIlle, ivtu. if. H. WEAKEN, Agt., Richmond, Ky, "Yes, madam, I IV. .. WITHERS, Agt., iMncatler, Ky In Ut. Mlrliii maj iiw w from Washing. UHOlr.GaHI.'NNtOHIHCH .,. lUtltTH UREEN .t WIUJA3JS, Aqti., HudonrUle, Ky. in the Swedish proviucq of Norr- - runtdsllyi has elegsutday coach gave him a drink of water just beforo tiou." lun. l'ullulin Hleelier from Kanawha Falls aud Arkansaw Traveler. tht teawn of torn lor cats from Leslugioo to Cluciuoatl. Ouly Hon. T. B. Montgomtry'M Testimonial. I kite cultinxtediny crop Imitationthithat it itwilh test and lilood PuilAtr, fortv-uiumiles to north of batten, ho died." "Did he take, tho water? the three stops, nm. aud S run dslly, eiiept Bun and also cure Dijisepsla. Indlgestlou, Liter Albion Qmbined Cultivator, Jhrrout und ixeder umi run uy without This is the' way the Loulsvillo girls the Polar clrclo, whereas tho norther-mo- dsy.tud litre Ibrougb coaches from Huntington t'omplslnt. Mtlsilsl raters and all periodical harrow or cultivator I hue cvtr seen. Gin jJo lot acre if corn a day with all ease. U UO.S l. "Yos, yes." "Thou ho was not my aud Mt. rJlerllug. Direct ronuecllto at Lesloittoo Disease. Manufactured aud fur sale by respouseJ "As worl perfectly, and I can cheerfully recommend it !o iny fanner fritml. That 'II jloidywi try. with ttsges for Illchmoud.Ky., Lawreuceburg.Ky., spot where corn is grown is at aud Vcrtalllet, Ky. husband. Poor Goorgo never took read tho prayer-booX)., it was in tho beginning, is uow and Muouiovara, iiiuety-eiuh- t W. miles north C. L, IIUOWN, II. W. 1IKNDEU. water. You mako a mistake in tho ever shall bo, world without men. Ah, To sou grain u ith thU Sxeder no ettra hand in re 71m r. J to tlvun it from filth ut thit it ail dim e)AII orders HutierluWndeot, Ueii'l Past. A 1 kt, Agt, s.,1 i,r onil. lor. Moutlcello. Ky. by the di iter without stopping or getting off hu mat. I by will will retell iouipl atleultou Mlenertloffliet, IVjilugtou, Ky, of tho circle, man, sir." imvl" - Hon. Harrison Bailey owns a cow whicli in tho Inst four years has dropped nino calves, three of them tho present year, nnd of course is highly valued. A few nights ago she got in and filled herself so full a corn-fielof the provender there that she was unable to rise when alio laid down, nnd nothing short of her death was expected until a neighbor camo along and undertook torclievo her by plunginto her flank just ing a butcher-knif- e in front of the hip bone. This failed to have the desired effect, and another neighbor proposed to enlarge the hole made by tho knife and rcmovo tbo food. To this tho owner would not consent until convinced that she would dio any way, and then tho experiment was tried, and fully six bushels of un digested corn, corn stalks nnd grass, in a stato of fermentation, was remov ed from her paunch. Tbo opening was then closed and in a very Bhort timo tho animal was on her feet and as contentedly chewing her cud as if nothing unusual had happened, aud is to day as well as any other cow on the Shelby Sentinel. place. d PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. A JIonnrlmM BA.3E3-A.I3ST- S FOR THE NEXT 60 DAYS I nil Contaglona I )lrn-- . Ptnom wilting on tho Skk thould im it Ttlr buukt Kerer Tu ncrcr betn Vnmrn to iprraJ where the Fluid wai used Yellow I cvtr lat been rurcd with it atlrr Mack vomit lml tjilx-i- i place The wont Clio of DlplilhctU Jrldil to it BMAI.I-VO- X FcTerciUnJKIeklVr. and tiul Konii refrcihed llril Kort- - proTrnt- - riTTINO of Small w"h ro rnKyKSTKl i!' i,kr m1!1!1" Arllctit for Unlrrmal Family for. Far foarlet and Tjpliolil HfiTom, Eradicates DlplillierU, Ulrrrmtrd HALA1IA. So reTlimal. Small Pol, Mrmilf , nnd n, M'ROBERTSSTAGG -- WILL SELL- - F&PEB! AT COST. CALL AND SEE AND BEJCON VINCED. I in p u'r hirmlcM and purified rAIr i nud. A ''" ""r .' ''"'un ,' H. G. RUPLEY, Fall Winter ' CnaiiniC't etc !"dJ? Itl.fummti.m cured """" ' "'"'P"-- HnftWIiIleComptex ton secured vy its ue. Rhlo Fever DrcTcnfed To pur If the Ilrratri, Diphthoria Cfeaotfl theTccllif. It can't be lurpatJ ProvontacL Catarrh relieved nJ rAi. 2"' 9IKICC1CAKT TASI.OIC, Kentucky, Stanford, - I PENNY & McALISTER, Grid-dleto- n, I I I I f .'A 1 HIWillflgW' OTSO w JEIS. St. Asaph BIocIs, Stanford. n, f I ' lee-tur- o PENNY & McALISTER sufli-cientl- -- agists ' A'rrouMsv a.t - Lo-gai- i. HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. "'"' "h" i,.A,,r j - one-fift- ...!. h'prlng-Tuo- CIXCINNAXI! Afflicted, Attention luxu-rlo- ut -- L-- e. anios-theti- &r -- Iltiu bar-roo- g9jfaBSMSaflaBgI oh-tai- n V !m&?&2g 1 Ir. ct s, e ii st k K. 2. 2,500 msjoilty for Governor snd tho lRta-lalnr- e It democratic. Strange at It may seem It It nevertheless) so, Connecticut elects a democratic Governor by 4,000 and pends three democrats Friday Morning, November 10, 1882 to Congreiw. The republican! of course carry Illinnlt hut loosebne memlxrof Oongres. EDITOR W. P. WALTON, Kansas, heretofore darkly republican, electa Qlick, dem. governor by 12,000. VICTORT. Ixite returns show that Missouri will A SWEEPING DEMOCRATIC t. send a solid democrat! delegation to Tht New) at good at it can bt and Celling icy. Messrs Charley Mortis and Samuel War nicut proved themselves lo be first-clawaiters at the tabic. Every one seemed to enov himself. Tho young fydca tripped the light fantastic toe until past midnight CASE f COUNT?. Middleburg. A protracted meeting has been In pro Better. The People at latt Riting In their Might to Sweep Raditalitm from tht Land, And Preparing to Elect a Democratic dent in 1884, . It SSS.BSS Preth oth-- WolorS, the Old Hero, together witn the ter Democratic Cendidatet tare Ad ami and Hurt, make their J Calling And Election turt in Kentucky, TU most sanguine democrats liavo iiothlHgiJo complain uf in tho election rllurfis. The news ! nlrttit as good aa it can bo. Tho democrnU liavo swept tlio country and the republicans Ho turn and bleeding in tbo very dust, fho people have spoken in thunder toucj against tho thiovery, jobbing and corruption of tho party in power and notwithstanding tho lavish ex penditure of hundreds of thousands of dollars' forcrd from the pockets of to corrupt tho vote its of tho country, liavo put the seal of condemnation on radical bosses and appliances aud will in futuro keep them in obscurity. Owing to democratic blundering nnd tbe.conduct of the militia iu the Asliland'affair we lose both tho Ninth and Tenth districts, Culbcrtson hav ing been elected iu tho former and White, more than probably in the latter. The other districts are carried by Undemocratic candidates with good majorities, tho gallant old war horso, Gen. Frank Wolford going in on an overwhelming majority and the others getting, enough and to spare. It is of' course impossible at present to give the official majorities in the various district as the ballots will not be counted till to day. It is well enough to know tho general results are about as good as possible. In this district tho vote is about as follows: office-holder- them pick out tho nastiest thoy can find." This choice extract is from the Lotiisvillo Commercial, and wo give it without comment, to show tho malignant spirit of that paper toward Federal soldiers wboaro manly enough to bo democrats. IIeuk it is ngain. Henry White, tho fast young man of Lexington, who was nrrcstcd fur stealing bonds from ono uf tho banks there, and sen tenced to two years in the penitentia ry, has had that decision reversed by tbo Court of Appeals, which always manages to find a technicality to on when tho defendant is rich or baa influential friends. No wonder mobs tako tho law in their own hands. Brest at the Christian church for the last two weela,contucled by Kids, Montgomery and Vtnhook, Five sdditiont at this writing. Frank Martin, a young man of about New Jersey elects a republican Legisla21 years, and Mi Fnilth, a lass of about ture by 5 on joint ballot but doc the prop40, were married last Thursday at the resithing in snowing robber Robeson under er dence of Harrison Martin; Eld. J. I Weeks with a democrat by 1,700 majority. officiating. Nevada elects a democratic governor Wm. Mcintosh snd W.H. Miller have andAritonagoe tho same way. purehased a farm near Dnnnvllle and will Wisconsin whit two more Congrewmen move to It soon. J, W. McWhorter who to her Hit of democrats. robbers at Grove abont as usual,hence was shot hy a party of The other Slates go of which City last week (the particular an individual mention of them It unnecesyou gave) it setting along very well. sary. Kings Mountain. W. M. Murphy At the present writing the next House bought 4 calves from the same number of reads: Democrats 17C; Republican, 118, person lasl week, paying from $7 to $3 per Mahonltcs, 6; Doubtful, 14; Total, 313. head. Our "Fortune teller" says thst we appears that tho democrats are to have a wedding soon, and from presbavo elected Wolford to Congress and ent Indications we are inclined lo believe Ben Duller Governor of Massachu- It. Thomas Shelton hat removed tils' headIs almost ready setts. When they undertake to show ing mill to this place and for business. Tom la an energetic fellow, that they can swallow Union soldiers, and It is hoped he will succeed here with if they try it, it is edifying to eeo his mill. Con-grea- "It HT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Sam. M. Burdett, Editor. The democrats are towcrful hippy. The republicans aro sour and sulky. of a vote was trailed. Just Wolford's majority will bo at least two-thir- 1,500. The feeling it that Adams is beaten In the tenth. The news Tuesday night enthused the democrats powerfully. The democrat here figure out Thompson's majority to be SOO. . Whitley county gives Carr 419 major ity, a large democratic gain. There promised at one time to be a lively row at this place Tuesday. Pistols were drawn but friends interfered and nobody was hurt. Mr. J. E. Yowela, the popular proprietor of Vowels' variety store will build a handsome residence on the lot adjoining Ids store-hous- MAJORITIES) FOR THOMPSON. Anderson . 400; Garrard 34; Mercer 5C8; Lincoln 133; Jessamine 70; Shelby 559 Hrh(r29J, and Muliwn 40. Total, 2,028. . ,t . . MAJORITIES FOR EWELL. .ft'jrle 1"3; Kockcaatle 62; Laurel 300; -- oui, uwsiey ajr w; jacKsjn iiu. 935 Tliominon a majority in 1,093. Tlie following witn received at this office Wednesday raornlnjr and issued in an Jim Vowel and Jim Maret, "two of who became the boys," were so happy over the returns of his connection that they got out a paper early Wednesday notorious because news. with tho Louisiana Returning Board morning, giving all thehere are consoling The republicans fraud? in 187G, died this week from themselves with the thought that while the effects of a pistolshotthat a repub- the rest of the country goes the other way, Kockcaatle Is still republican. lican brother, who was a candidate for The boys wanted to paint the town Superintendent of Fublic Instruction red and jollify generally Wednisday night, but on account of the Illness of Mr. J. J, of Nebraska, put into his carcass in a Williams, the fun was postponed. There were some rather long face in personal difficulty. He came very depot when Boyle county' report nearly dying as ho should, with his the It was the Giat county to report. canie Lauin. ell rel came next with London giving boots on. only 34 majority. That did settle it. New York sat down most beautiThe vote in this county bv precincts It as follows: Mt. Vernon, Ewell 2:12; fully on Arthur aud his administraThorarwon 2J7a Copper Creek. E 71: T. C7; tion. Ho left his exalted seat to get Scaffold Cane, E. 70; T. 29; Roundstnne, ; down in the dirt of party politics and !; CJh T. 17; Bltagg's Ureelc, l in; Livineston. E. 70: T. 33: Glades. E. 48; got most terribly beaten. Ho may T. 142. Totals, Ewell 020; Thompson 574. bo expected now to attend to some of Kwell's maj. 6- -. James E. Anderson, t. ExTIu'tli. J- - f tho duties demanded of him. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. "PRAISE THE LORD." 1882. K than we ow did last Monday, A the newspapers venA writ lmnroTi.1 MOUNTAIN tilated the whole thing, I may a well give FAKM. ronlstn Oo you the "utraigW of the late theological Ing ON K HUNDRED ACBKH. with goo.1 .lwellliiif necessary oulbulMlnga and Orchard, tornado, that, one short week ago, threat- lioui and all In (Isrrard county, Ky , alx lallei from Crab Orchened to uproot the meeting and blow us ard, will to sold cheap, on easy terms, the own bodily out of Norwich. My brother Tink- er Malawi or liv in other uusloesi. Apily nreiiilaes letle er got on a Methodist rammgt and stormed f hs Cruli Orchard, Ky JKO.ll. awhile, but finally settled down, made I lie beautiamende Itonorallt, and has behaved ! fully ever since. After the sfTiir occurred, I learned of strong pressure put upon him, which greatly extenuate this conduct. In The National Rauk ofSUnfurd, located at Stan- tiieBiaitor Kentuear. iicioainc upus fact, all thing have been so fully atoned rum. to.AH Dute.holdrrs nnd other creditors of said for that there I not a trace of ill feeling Association are llurrfore potloed to and the devil only on either tide, Ihe note aod other claim ai;alnst the Associ threw a boomerang, when bestirred up tint ation lor payment. Haled, Btinlonl, Ky.. Oct. 3, J ."i. neiiuiiKHin, contention, thai ho "como down on his I Mi. Cashier. own pate," a Scripture ha it. The occasion of the rupture wa my supposed Calviniatic teaching a lo what the BLOOD doe for a sluncr. I taught here with my Usual plainness, that when the LOUD absolved a poor ainner, He did &.C. STOCK, it on the basis of a finished work on the Cross, that settled every thing, past, present and future; snd on the basis of a per- t will cUVr at ut. lie tale at my farm, on thefitan- loru and Aiuiwifet lua pile, on fect knowledge of every thing ho had done, This TVE.sn.tr, xorr.stiiFM was doing, or should do in future 1SH, is the old Pauline doctrine ol Justification by faith alone, that has always stirred the inree or tour uunurej shocks oi uirn in iu ueiu. Cowl and human heart to opposition, aud the devil 8 or 10 stacta6 of llsy,2 S3 young fat Hogs, aouia good year-olCattle, Catres, 5 or fancy ha always .inserted that it give a license vrarllnes, a ttood Wsgon. one rockaway, to sin with impunity. In Paul's time, he flows. Harness, near, tic . one iiuckijs aiower, rebutted the malignant inference that false 10 (tares of Minford JMlllfdirettlls turnpike stock. Ilouwholil and Kitchen Furniture. Hl teachers strove to fasten to hit doctrine, aoint commences tt 10 u'clxk, wlisu terms wilt, U !feji. nnd submerge it forever, like a IIAMIX HTAflU. Rati U 159. thus "And not as we be slanderously reOARRARO COUNTT. Tiiton torted and as some affirm that we say, Met Knox, Ceil and Clay give While 1.300 Lancaster, ut do evil that good may come,' whose majority. " College. Grand Opening of the Palace Jewelry damnation Is Jurt." Casey gave Wolford 300 majority, liar When I came to Norwich, one of the a Store, Nov. 13th. Everybody invited. 3 ren 1,162, Hart 300, Taylor 4G0, Metcili'e first announcements made wa this, "This JiTANiVOKD, KY. especially. MubIc for the occasion i not a Methodist, but an independent 40, Adair 300, Wayne 70. Carr'a mapjri-tie- s will be furnished by a large Mandoline Union Meeting, that only hipped to be are I'ula-a- i 354, hllley 419. " On With a Full Corps of Teachers, Music Box, made in Geneva for our Pal- - held in a Methodist meeting-housFrom nil the indication While liu deT uif. niu'Jj 'i k:viiiii inv lllab in.ia lace Jewelry Store. Do not fall to come. Ikul l. ul. uu.il .n alm.iltf l,...nlini. ll,A This Institution will open III Thliteenth tfeaalon nviit feated Adams. The other 9 districts elect on lb id Uonday In September Belt. Remember the time and place. J. C. doctrine that has been to fully diacuascd and criticised in the newspapers, and which democratic nominee save iu the first, O. " Thompson, Lancaster, Ky. I supposed wat so fully understood by Hro. ALL T11K DUANCUKa OK A car Turner, Ind. desn. goes in on a mull Tinker, when he invited me, that It would Paint Lick. majority. , when I preached it, I do THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUBSE not be a novelty We learn in conversation with the not think now, that he would have kicked, The- - latest dispatches from New York Art taught, aa well at farmers who have commenced gathering had it not been for threats from outside gire Cleaveland 172,000 majority. The yield It much larger influential parlies, to take steps before Con' MUBICJ, TUB LANOUAOEB. DItAW. Legislature will stand democratic 39 on their corn that the ference to have him dealt with for bring' INQ AND PAINTINO. joint ballot. Sunset Cox U to than they expected. Ing in audi a preacher of Calvinism into a Mis Little B. Lunsford ha recently .Methodist by 10,000 and there la n gain of Corgres Uiurch. completed a quilt that contain 5,112 Last Saturday, a sermon on the 32d several deuiocrala In ilia representation. In Tuition, prices ran- from iti to 60 In Hi In Peunvylvar.lt, Patlison, dem. defeat piece and the ha juat commenced anoth- Psalm brought on a criais, and my explosive brother went off with a fearful report. regular Departments, t'rluiary, Intermodule lleavcrfor Gjvernor by over 32,000 major- er that will contain 10,000 pieces. I4U; f reparaUuy, IIU. and UoUfglat, 160. before leaving He gave me a We noticed In a newspaper a few dayt the church, followed me to our boarding ity and the democracy gain five CongressPor full partlcnlira, aa to Board, ae.,ddr since that in some place the young ladles houe, and when I had beaten a retreat to men In the State. had fuimed "Red Hibbon Clubs" This it my own room in the second story, stood MKN. H, , TKIIKIIKAKT, arluclinl In Virginia the Mahonltea carry a Stanford, Lincoln Ci. K temperance organization, the sum and In the hall, and In loud, excited utterances of the Congressional delegation, Jno. abused the "damnable nonsense" ol my and principles is H. Wise Mahonlte I elected Cougreuman. substance of Its 'tag end of Calvinism." Wife gallantly ! of hut George D. Wiie is elected In to not allow any young man to be admit- covered my retreat snd bore the brunt of ? Hin ted In their society who is addicted to in- this last onset, but I heard It all from my the Richmond district. COUUT. Nallonal toxicating beverage. This we think I a place of safety, as I made my accustomed LrCOLN ailCyiT JI, C. Jlennlt, J It. Banl of Mau achuietts elects 15n Butler by 13, Urnnls bltufold, Jtir , T. change of clothing, after preaching. I hope and John aud JohuC. Oor, Wis., In move In the right direction and we hope lo I shall 000 .luialily and give the democracy never again see a parson on a theolt l'JU. uu Clou t'.llllon, it. M. C. I C. Ul-r- , see such orgtulzillon spread all over the logical tear. The memory of It, u I wrlle, gain of three Congressmen. and J. II. IHnuls, l'fls., In lJuiljj Kotloo ut hale. give me the shivers. be strictly adIn Michigan, liegole democratic green- country, and lit principle Hy llltureorajijJw'iucnt of Ihe Lincoln CI re u I You may Imagine that last Sunday wat Cuutl. rrndrreil lulli back candidate for Governor, is elected by hered to for if the young ladle will do rant, it In a trying day lo all of us. The paator glum OcicUr lerui, lsxl, llie undcriUuod Pj'ecltl Cuiur. Legislature la republican but so they ran make sober temperance men aa midnight; the people, 10,000. tome looking will, vu out of most of the yuung men of the land. scared, some aavtge, some grieved. At the TUKHWAY, democri'ta gain in CougreHaiiien. NOV. service, in the afternoon, there MIihitl eh On four Cungrtmnin cer. - On Thuisday night last Mrs. children LI rated divrrtion, and I really be- At Iu Hlantrnd, Ky., easjw , Henrietta Wilds gave the young folks of wit a ii elected. tain. Chalmers, Iu sals to tha kluhett and bet Iddder. ths rrtui lieve the little fellows, a they so often trrlsitbhoiiid lhLotoa which II Is tllualed. Tenm-aMelects JUIe, Uiutocrat, liy 20,. Mtht vicinity a parly. (Julie a number of have done, turned the tide of battle. 68 on lliu North tld of Mala tlreet In Bltuford, ami 000 and a legislature by a big majority, young gentlemen mid ladle were In at- - confessed the Hivinr, ten of them more luuuded on IhaNvrlli by ths IiikUoi E. 1L Llieu. on Ijtt ty of Wiu, Uauthrrljr, oil W. I A very elegant supper wa than half grown. I praised the LOItl), lull, kyIkMain ttiurtlot Wott by lb lot ulj. tht ilVwlllCfivor tie Ml 3 h-- lenient of the te(nlaii( uth and look courage and said to Bro. Tinker a I Wtllce--ll- i. troirly of J- U. tud M. V. Ueunlt. apiead for the giiests'whlch wa prepared Ktale debt. I hu wl will Ui uud la inloica a uorlssso on passed out ol the house, ''Thai take all rent, lutermt In Indiana the di funeral sweep things by the hands of Mrs. Wilds and Miss Pal-ti- e the theology out of me: doesn't it settle all said rurlr fur tusi, with 0 from Jtu. ii, 'al, uulll iald, aud tht cutis of this Arnold. Everything In the way of difficulties?" with a iiiijoilly of 10,000, elect 1) I went home Jubilant, ailtou. good thing lo eat wa on hand, ft wa a praislnv ths LOUD that the storm wa Taa. 'fli ) will U uiadt oa a iredlt of ill ami carry the legislature. inoullis. A Uud tor IU pun haw lulce, iayatl Imagine my horror on goiiiK 1st to lo Mturlly, lwrlu( with excel, for we were on hand "1T"' Stoiieuiati, dem. U elided Gomnor of aupper hard lo I night service to find Bro, T. In llie lulerittat Ik rattolO aluied r annum fruui wrteul. California by 13,000 slid all the CiingrfM- - aud lurlimk of a good share of the must Impassioned manner declaiming dtt f tilsuulll ald, will L reulnd of lb our aud a lieu will l relalutd fur tecuilty of the same .Mr. WlKU sml Mi lUtlle are luwi save one I ilmi cralio. iiuir MIK.pi . a crowile.1 coiusrs- - lkatr T. '. IIII.IMJr.. tiius. tlal Cow'r, Grant, deui I'ltiirn Coloiado hy route I decidedly uilslrrsses ol tlie culiittrjr art. ljalIon snd a row of lilt sjuipalhliersseat- The Mayor of Danville, Va., has been indicted fur the murder of the Chief of Pnl ire. The Stale Teachers' Association uiecta at Hopkinnville Dec. 2C, 27 and 2S. Free entertainment for teacher in the private families is promised. The total cane of yellow fever at Pen acola during the epidemic are 2,23c; death 80. At Brownsville there have been: Total cues, 2,000; deaths 114 Cincinnati Commerc'ud dispatch A charges that Col. Thomas D. Marcum of the Democrat rant the denunciatory of the conduct of the mililiii nt Ashland to the daily paper. Joseph Winfrey and Sam Munnell, 14 year old son of prominent citizens of Columbia, Ky,hada misunderstanding when each whlpiied out a pistol and comTho Malioiiiuls sweep Virginia. menced firing at tho other. Munnell was Indian in democratic on a close rote. fatally wounded. Pennsylvania goes 30,000 democratic. Letcher, who murdered Dr. Kvins in make Urge gains in Congress OewocraU cold blood at Nlcholnaville, wa held on in the Nortli and suffer small losses in the Saturday without bail, Letcher I of good South. family, but if be should be convicted of New Jersey torn democratic and Becur murder and executed, It would do more to Ilobeson in defeated. Post. protect the State than all the military tho ItlciiMONi), Kv., Nov. Louisville Post. could raise. uiajoriljr in Madison only 40. White' in rli-ctttele-gralow-la1 y s 8J-2- Nov. 8. In Kenluck, CIht, HaleeD, Itobesnn, Willi, Carlisle, iilackluiro, TIiuiiiimicii and Wolfurd are electdiiTnnd dmitit, Fint district close tietwrtii Grace and Turner. Ctilberlson, in t lie Ninth. Tenth reii., certainly tliialricl in doubt between Adam and While. Deiimcratii wi'l have from 10 to 25 majority ! tlie next Congress... Democrat probably carry New Jlauip- alilre. Connecticut, Delaware, California and "Kansas, and even elect fuxion Got ernor in, Michigan. Illirioi j;oe ltsjiubllcan. I'atrs, rarrlr Tennessee by a big majority. Democratic majority fur Cleveland In New York in 100,000. Ken Duller carrie M.imacliuwtts by Uil!lsvi.L., Mir Interior! Wo feel much better Norwiuii.Cosn., Nov.C, Tinker," "give ii to hlni," "that the gosATTIItt"TWISfFHNTH." en.' pel wa believe." "go It wa a fearful exhibition, and fur a moment But the I thought of leaving the house. LOUD kept his dear hand Upon me, nnd after the storm wa over and ths awkward r? prayer and tinging a hymn by the choir, and the usual collection wat taken. I Preached st If nothing had happened, Ol course no conversions that night, Ws broke up In sadness and drjccliun among all who loved the "place of .ion," and awaited the outcome. It was all over the city of course. There was running to and fro snd canvassing and consulting and what pissed pro and con, I shall never know. But It was determined that I should be allowed logo on. At the regular Monday meeting of the Church Hoard, my name, by agreement, wat not even mentioned, snd at night the LOUD gave me a soothing sermon that teemed to melt all hearts At the close, I spoke frankly of the trouble In camp, and said &CD that I hoped all would be peaceful in the &USI future: but denrecated a false peace and a sore place (inly skinned over Instead of healed. The Itolr Spirit, likes frighten eddovr, could not alight to bless, unless the reciiiiiillation was genuine; and I invited all who resolved that no pouting nor sulkshould be ing, lo rise and let It le known to all. Thli met a general response, headed by the now resretful pastor, and after service, ws had a general, cordial hand shake. Hro Tinker apologited to wife, dauahters and myself; Praise and the devil was fairly Waterlood. the LOUD. The blessed cause rained roiu the shock with marvelous rapidity, wo are standing on firmer and ground In Norwich than we occupied before the tornado. Thus "out of the eater Mi comes the' meat, snd out of the strong Samson's riddle: comes forth sweetness." God's riddle, snd we can only wonder and adore. The city pastora have lately leen giving Service for the Masses" in "Free Breed' Hall (the largest In the place) at 0 r. M. Sunday, letting out In time for all who wish to go to their own rhurcru at the rezutar hour. Last night I was Invl ted for the second time, to speak at l his 3 meeting and accepted, Although It was aS?iz!-3aarather hard on me to com right out ol one service into another, preaching twu ser But It wst mons between C and 0 o'clock such a good opportunity of getting before (he people, trial i would nol reiute. Ann SP-gCD fcSM the LOKU Ins blessed it, lor lliu morning cd rt- I hear that it It almost decided lo have union services in the Hall nightly. Tho very thing I most desire. The third week is passed, and the ojtlook Is exceedingly encouraging. I think it it only now a question of patient wailing on the LORD, and reaping In dne season if we faint not. I feel perfectly free to go on without the least compromise of what I hold to be mol precious truth. Now that It la fully known what I preach, the people expect it and it U) r j. " i sk no longer shocks any one, wblle an Increai u. ir i i " a CD r ine number gladly receive the truth. o e -v I have just relumed from a long stroll W with Bro. Tinker; snd wo arc better, truer Sd w CD friends to dsy than ever before. I could we could have have hsrdly believed that -t W COJ -J -S t" al recovered so quickly from such a shock, -F k .m out our Jesus is a worker nt wonder and a the verr mountains are lifted and cast In s?- lo the tea at hi word, when we only be- w CD lieve. t p. I only give this time narrative of events, sCT9 CD because garblru tlsiement in I lie newspa TJ CD ?rtiers mar create a false impression. m 2 to 0 been 71 confessions To date there have t for soul. 78 anointed for healing and 314 ' P. acceptance of specific blessings In the a f pj CD lernonn meeting for christian. I think o CD CD nearly all the clergy of the city are resdr for union servicea and favorably disposed X to us. May Satan not produce further W CD ruptures, uui ue rouicu ironi norwicn o P- - B O Geo. O. Barnes. Ever in Jesus, ct- - ed on the edsre of the platform Pulpit, up plailding sad urging him oa. ''(lo it, Bro, BRUCI.WARREN&CO. GQeSPB1 foPC p e p GLAD TIDINGS Roiul Garofiilly tho Following Slatomont 0S3 8 2 S 523 or NTDimoitx taotn t TIIK II BM OK Welsh, Wiseman IIK. INKlX.rr AtAN"In TSuw An. I Is acroinidlili this, & Co., It sat Sflt 3gp g DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Will bt Oliwlfcd Jtnutry t, IM1, ons member, at leait.oftlie tlrni ha?ln ileteiinlnM TOIIO WIHT. In lew of this chines, ws mKMe In iImi out nur itora III wlllillsmof ro 1.YJS, rt-,.0- 9 Very IWCany Cases Under Cost. We have from UI.OOO In f m.OOO Iu "SASH'S 88 and JNirabIc Usiiiemls-- r It It nit ths I d ToMnlflctils tliliway ntatliirkot (vtt that wtarr Itrlnjtodlt. ItMvf, butlhewho'eorby far 1 IIKLAIKIKNT ANII IIANUSOMMr STOCK In lltnvllle, rtrlly purrhssnl In Ihe Kattrrn Maiktla ill our 'Inttara rauiplelo and alinott ill unkrokrn, la lliets Ooistt w Iiits a lira Hock of Tlaln and Uroca-l- s Vulrsit. stllnsand Hlltt. Htisklsri1olli,t!thRieTft, Ac, In Ihe nswesttnd ruotl drtlrablsthales. tV)inlete lines of Hosiery, lvid.es' and dents' I'ndcr-we- ar and r tney Howls generally. The largssl anj moil eomnlil stock of lill and Winter GooiIh I.iitllch'niul CIilltlrcirriKlioi'H nt rigiirsjMlliHt U'lll AnIoiiIhIi All Whoitlco them dents' Clottis, Cistlnierrtand llttaat pitltlr taerlOei F.lrfinl ItneblCiipett it rle a. Th Vr.flY CIIOIl'taT ityles ml iualillet ol (.'tllwiet, Uitlant, rlhtiltngi, lltaghams, ie, tt iirirrt hllherti psll f.ir ths msstifwt. Vou wltlefls t an Inintsnt saelnf on every W will miksNO our old friend. "liUd an.1 lrue,"whnni KW AtltlUNTS.only thlngyotiouy ws anow iu iiueiiran'i iirotniii, win ws cre.ni iinni jsnutrv ut- - iiiira?iMt bars iiijutiirv Hill CASH and MUlf lllll.Nd 0aII. Atour biittneMmutl U wulid uu Is the nril 91 dlft. a I who oseutir esrneally murlel to call aihl selllo Itin'l throw tway tLllvwurlunlly of larinji In jour ,u.Im it irlcr h Alt IIKUJW any ouerM hcrelosira. niinultcturrrt' in Jog &g.E 2. s WKL.SII, WISKilIAN A CO. -- Gol J?AJXj.jt w "a SP ijw ANNOUNC'MENT, h 1882.; ' tv '' l-- CO lji u tj m l. i- r- HtS 0 0 T o0 "OH.fV m CO 2 SE a o OS CHENAULT, H SEVERANCE & GO. HmcJiiNt rt'crlu'tl n wry lurRo silock r p p op8 o -- &m P r"MX CD 0 sThQ o o HTJ1 FULL Hi WINTERDRY nsroTiors, GOODS, 3q jFOIC NAliYK! Pw o o u CDS iff O r- a CD as SHHkp err o- r--s -if H W NOTICE j. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, . . i! ' I pre-ae- nt Hats, Trunks, Valises, &c, &c. This is one of the Largest Stocks that we have ever had, and in it will be found many new and desirable P-r- S PUBLIC SAX.E CROP, tt, d mill-ston- 89-- Stanford Female goods. We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. e A THE In fact, tlierutiuo Knfluo that BOOKWALTER SAVE AND DURABLE ua a It for I'rl-- SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. I I TERMS MODERATE. - rlliiintlilly. Durability an Juit TIIK KNUI.SU to llrlva Rallabta Work. II Ii Sfinn. PRINTING PRESSES taL tongue-lathin- g fj pttttD 1 ItptpHtRbM CORN SHELLERS, 1 ma-joii- Wood , cd NiiiVN, SBBBBBBaKjsVlLkjra lialuvalorN, V Vend MIIIh, by-la- Sale Lot in Stanford ed it p p. CottOIl (iJallN, orn ill ills, Cream cries. liny l'rcs.st'H, XiUlIlVN, &V. Ho-li- ahove-ilylr- 18J. tbetiuurl-lloumilo- Call h( Tho Iulcrlor Juiirntil Olllco mill Keeoiio of th dCHlrHliIe In opi'ralloii. llciuciiibcr every ltaKiiiu Iihm our KUiirniil ee. Itcml l( : Waaay loall 1'Urebiiora Ibit wttuartnlsoour lluoLwallrr Knflnea to t well aud tubttaatlally Iho full owr made; tubs tute, tlmtde, durable and iximiilut In to wot k well and Rle ilaiuiiHl when trierly sttaihitl aud luautirtil Woiuikothe alsiro guirante. and sill uu the follow Ing roudltlous. vis will glie lli uurilimwr His flrttw.lijt after Hi itilnlof lbs Kmlnoto It wt will lak back lb l.lr and sttliftclory Irlul; lliitislhn hiiglnfilliliiiiuiiiiiloouriiuarauU'i. Kogluu, nfuiid tier dollar l nulled on IbvLngliia, I'loddi.t he liiirinater rtlurut th Kngluotohls ill's ret' railroad Uliou, aud leave II aubjett to our order bf IhuilusJolaaidDU dtyt' trial. (Vrtaluly no hiauiould a k for uor liberal oiler aud cjiitrul, luin-ciat- gt -- - lr tQ Ul 4 ,,,,.. ft Power Kunlna tud rlofltr M.H. iMHKIWH" Power Knglu and Hotter. ra I'owsr snalntaud llillor ... klc.lluiio l'ujrir Ldulusand ltoller.uu.. iKllrertd su rait at Siuliigdild, Ohio J'or furlhir lufoiwillou and detcrlllviaiiijblel, aJJrvMlho wtuufacturtri, ty,:tunv Hurt LOOK AT OUR PRICES t . ttu Wl ... SU W . .HI0 00 .. WtJ Sf-- imr JAMKN I.IU-'FKI- i tt CO., NlirlimHt'ld, Obla. -- -. (Jo to (lie "Twin Front." a a1 , MARRIASESt 2l NEW FALL AND OP &0., AT Jumr itrrRi vr.n by J. W. Hayden a large MautiK Of Connmptlon of the of Cloak, Dolman and Bacuue. ItoweUon the night of the 8th, Mir Keltic Martin, Mr. LOCAL NOTICES. It was "hog or no hog" hero on Tuenday breathed daughter ofaged 28Mary Martin, her last, year. Mi" and Iho republican like tlielr leader gen Iluy I'AiHTfi of IVnny A McAllsler. Martin wa of unusually bright mind. IltiY your ammunition of nil klml from erally took the hog. which had been liberally cultivated, and Mcltol rl A Higg. Jijht It:r.tVKii new pickle In hulk, being of handsome feature and figure, and Nr.w tctc o Jewelry ami Hilwware it frefli oat meal, crncked wheat, hominy, withal of a lively and lovely deposition, l'mny A McAllitr'n. her lor will be deeply felt by friend and Watchm, Clock ami Jewelry repaired mince meat, Ac. McAIUter A Ilrlght. nil warranted the dear mother, who loved her no fondly, Penny A McAllster. Kwr.u. nj got 31 m(irily In hi own Pam. lot of SCelgler'n Hilt Jmt rectW A member of the Christian Church for tan precinct, Ijondon. The iicnple there had nl mill for sale st J. II. AH. II. Hliankv. year the summon found her ready and Htaniiaiui HIiccI Music. VociiI anil In evidently heard of tint "little red hog" or willing and she lefl her friend many as slrmnental, fur 10 cent at IVnnr A McAl It certainly would have been more. surance that the Inheritance of an eternal Tiir large advertisement of that aterllng life at III right hand wonld soon be her. I. amir, slock of Wlmlow (Him, all site. Doulile thick rIm for llower il. I'ennf Danville firm, Memri. Welh, WUeman A After a short sermon at the home of her A MoAIUter. Co., will attract attention, and our reader mother, the remain will be laid away In are aMiired that what they aay la at true Iluflalo Cemetery at 10 o'clock thi mornJurt rrcclreil a new lotof cloak for ing. anil children ami a fine lot of a goel. J. II. A H. II. HllANKK. Dk. Hunii RriD, (Jeo. McAlinter and J. RELIGIOUS. (Ihkat Hkductiom In ihret music: CO, 76 ami $1 mime now sold at A centu. llrg-lil- T. Craig went out hunting yesterday and The dedication of the liaptisl church alia an.l on good psiwr, at Mcltouerl got 1!7 partridge and .1 rabbit In a abort at Hustonville wa portioned on account of A HUit'. time. The bird 0ft iald to bo very plenthe incomplttlon Of the building. " Jersonal. tiful and tame. -I- tev. II. C. Morrison of Louisville will IUv. J. 0. Cot.nwr.M. ami wife arrlv- Fui.t. and complete line of furniture and deliver the dedicatory sermon at the new nl jenlenlay ami nr gii tat of Mr, Mary houev.furiilihing good generally; oil paint- .Methodist church at Lincaaler, on tho 4lh ing, chromo, frame, Ac , may be found at Sunday, W. IX Vaiinok, the Duke of JotflrM, II K. Wearen' at any time. I'rlcc very The effort to raire $1,600 with which I to buy a parsonage for Itev. I. 8. Mr Klroy bick from that delectable retreat after a rronable. Cull. I Gie wrck' absence on liuslncs. meeting with excellent encouragement, I.OOK OVP.Il VOUR OlJ) I'At'KRS. In about $1,000 having already been rub- Mii.Jar. K Zimmerman, who haaUtn making up our file we found that there it scribed. with the Danville Advocate for thirteen from them the IxTr.moit Journal Itev. J.T. Hendrick, pastor of the yeiin, called to tee ua thi week. ol November 8lh, 1878. Wo will pay 25 l'resbyterinn Church, at Flemlngsburg, I Miwira Jur.tA Ixjtki, of Mayatllle and cent to any one rending It to u. emphatically a prohibitionist. He says: Lucy Cuoer of Hwlby vilte, hare been the Tiir. Itoujiu iiousr. Capt. T. 11. "I will not administer the communion to a recipient of attend enjoyable "sociable" Chief Hnginrer of the L. A N.,wa man who will make or sell whisky, or re In the last week or two. Mlu Haiti I'ennr here Wednnday cloalng the matter of loca- ceive money from him a part of my sala wm the last to honor them. I consider it the price of ting the work ho at the Junction here. ry, lCAti LOCAL MATTERS. The company want CO acre of land and Mood." UaKllun. re nre told that the thing will be n larger LAUD. STOCK AND CROP. Ilran new line of Cloala junt received at one than the moot aanguine auppoeed. Charlr Ornisn sold to Ware A I lob- K. I. Oars!'. A Urr of young Indie who never had Inroii 8 head rough cow nt 3 cent. Knurr t'lior New Orleana Hugar and Mo them on before, practiced on the roller Ware A Itobiuson sold to Thoina I at McAIi.ter A IlrlgblV rkate at the Itink yeaterday afternoon and Wood 25 crnlr cattle averaging 825 tiound fudging from the emphatic manner in at 3) eta. high-eWantku 6,000 Turkey. Will pay -- L. V. Philip bought of John W. maaket price In ctfah. A. T. Nunnelley, which they rat down on the Moor, they will hive to be a little more caution than uu-a- l SioiMun 27 acre of land on Gilbert Creek Htanford, Ky. fur a few day, about aiding any where. for $1,100 ctrli. A lAluir. variety of cook atovea, heating 0, but It wa fun. John M. Iteid sold to C. G. Ware five store and grate just received br A. () Tiir vote In thla precinct waa 801, which cows and heifer at 3. Mr. Ware also ley. Low prices. in 135 1mm than that catt in 1880 and 23 bought of John White a 1,107 lb. cow at 3 CoMrAltlNfi the vote of the countr with Cot. It. J. White, of Madison, bought more than that of lart Augutt. Our ma, we fiad.that 603 dineCrt' that of 250 barrel of corn from Kveretl Van mejority two year ago In thi precinct w and 211 republlcana did not vote. r acre In the field. 0.t on a vote of 'J.tO. Thi year it I 73 on ter, of Clark, at $205 Mr. E. F. Ualnea who took three presjieclaeles lielwrcti John a vote of 801, all of which rliow that we Loot. Palr-olMcltoberl', ou Danville pike and Tlioiuas have joined rather than lout any way and mium, 8 newspaper) alourcorn show appll Klkln'a on Lancaster pike. Liberal reward the gain would have been large had every aay he hi already had twenty-odcations for reed corn. democrat done hi duly. If left at tlila office. Mr.. Martha Halter. Msrrs A Knglish, Auctioneer and IUiiOmTiik Boy. Col. W.O. Ilrad-le- Ileal Ivitate Agent, sold for J. A. Cohen Montiuei.u, W'ay.nk. Ourcorresjiond-en- t who rxAc In I'm mi county a day or Wednesday, G feeding cattle at 1 65 per write that Wolford' majority there I ISO; Mill Springi la said to l CO for Wot- - two before the election in the interest of cwl;r yearling at $29 75; 4 do at $2010; Carr, received a telegram from the Demo calve ford. The county will not couieiiptodem. i $10 to $18 10; 1 milk cow $11; cratlc Committee of that county Tuerdav I fat cow $02.75; 17 scrub cattle. C50 lb., ocratlc expectation. fidlowr: Turren give Wolfonl 1,250 $20; )2 do, 825 lb., $27 CO; 17 do, (fat) Cannkd (Jool. We carry the Urgent majority. Come to rre u again." Judge at 1,0X1 lb., at $35; 20 do, 825 lb., at $29 05; and most select atork of canned good In George Denny on hraring the firrt new of 1 extra saddle mare $152; hog weighing the city, and am prepared to offer extra (lirrard going for Knell, remarked with 160 to 200 I U, sold In lota from $1160 doxen or case. California evident delight tu hi democratic companInducement by 20 per head; 8 slier p fair stock, $3 22) Koodclaltr. McAllster A Hri;lit. ion: "Thank (iod, I Mill lire in a reptlt-lici- head; corn $1 81 per shock. Good ciowd. county." Next day the rrrult (bow- Aggregate fully up to Mr. Cohen' expectaThe democrat at Imlon held jollification and lighted a bonfire Wednesday ed that it hid gone 31 for ThouiMon and tions. night, In which, we are told our friend, A now the boy worry him to rilch an extent ClNCINNATt. Scrub cattle are dull; It Dyche, of the Echo took a hand. They that he ha fled from houie to enjoy a few good grade a little more in demand. Commoment of ce. ny be rang a bell very lively. mon $1.76275; Uirto medium $3S3.75; AoocmiNO a democrat yes- good to choice butcher grade $10175; 1'kop. Hionev went out driving in one good to choice cowa $3 764.25; good to of Nunnelley' turnout Wednesday and terday, we enquired what effect tho recent choice heifer $1.251 75; common to fair came back without the vehicle which wm publication concerning the perrons! charahlppcr $4.25(56; good to choice $5.25p C; torn nil to piece. The liorse Ind got mad acter of Mr. Kwell had in the election, "In the lint place," aaid he, "I think it common to choice oxen $4.505 60; stock-er- a and kiclnl, Jim Nunnelley believed that and feeder $375(34 60. Hog are a the trouble waa entirely with the driver, put the democrat In noiue localities to talking and thinking and thereby awakened little more active al anadvance. Price arc: no he hitched the horae to another buggy elected butcher and heavy shipper $7 35 and he too cams back without the vehicle, wime interest in the race. It carried a C'i'7.50; fair to good packer $0 85(3)7.35; aatWGed that the horse wm alone to blame. number to the poll that otherwiae would cull $4 255 40; not have gone to them, becauae they did common $60(;?,G30; badly Uied up. Itesillt, two not want to leo the election ofiuctia man lock hog $)2.5fM) 25. Sheen are Arm at Til K Stockholder of the Furniture Fac- go by default. So far aa the republican 21 to 4 cenU; lamb range from 4 to 5 cts. tory Cu. met Wednesday night, when $ 760 were concerned, It only made them the LINCOLN COUNTT. additional waa raised by a portion of the more aolld and would have done no even member agreeing to increase their atock hid It been proved beyond a ptradventure Huttonrilh. Tom Walton naa Industriously "bul-nc$60 to $100 each. A committee waa that the man waa guilty of each and every toaolicit further aubscripl Ion and crime charged. That thieving rarcality managing" here on Wednesday. the meeting adjourned till The late election return excited the no dl (Terence in the utandlng of main i nlk'ht, when it will convene again in ny republican leader with the party, it greatest enthusiasm among our phegmatlc About $'.',000 of the $20,. rhown too often to rnulre the mention ol a cithens. the coiirt-hou000 ta all that it uow needed to make the The comet curled it tail till morning lctfled caae." We agreed fully with tie thing a auccewi. and believe that hi ditgnoaif and presented In the heaven the appeargentleman ance of a gigantic rooster. Hid South Pom: and Little South Fork wa the correct one. --Murphy of the 2Vine ha thrown In finer, gave Wolford 167 majority, notThk Klkctiom Created no excitement and swear he'll hear withstanding one of them had alwaya gone in thU county fthatcver. There wa no awajr hi republican before. Judge Owiley waa there money rpent on the democratic tide and nomore such comprehensible folly aa conorganizing and speaking the day before the from alt we can learn none on the other tained in Wednesday' paper. The rejoicing over the election have election, ii the way we account for it. Ca- aide, contequenlly the floater took no uerceded the shouting elicited by Mary sey, we are told, (five Wolford aliout three in it and they are tho chap that genhuodreJ majority. All of the bet I repub. erally raUe the row and make the day Jane' Indignant and termagantdellverance Long leans voted for Wolford, because as they lively. It will be aten by the table lielow through your column last week. I She ha lefl the iiuestton of sulil hedwerved it; h had made Casey all that Thompaon'a majority In thi county life to M.J tangled than before the name "lie had ever had aud during the it but 133, a falling oil agalnat hi vote of gender more I). Page of Mo Kinney, Texas, war, he had atood by them aa no other man 1SS0 of 140 and that of 1878 of 60. There hi sent u late number of Tttat Siflingi had tver done. All pralae to inch men, are many reason for thi. A large numanJ the lilunitc 'Jmtlrr, filled with the ber of the alleged democrat reemexl to Circuit Coukt. After all the trouble take no Intereat in the reiult.partly because usual racy paragraph which seem to con and extraordinary expentu ol tending to tbey aald Thomwon would b elected any stitute the staple of Texai fournaliam. The uiont acetic gravity must smile, however, diatanl Statea for witneem in behalf of the way, tome becau they claim to be oppos- over the quaint and comical, yet truthful Commonwealth, the defcnie plead a ed to third terin,other had not gotten over philosophy of those relentles mocker, in the cam of murder agalntt the blt'.ernes engendered in the Our "Hand" I fast becoming one of the Mock and Faulkner and it waa granted unthe National bank men In race, til, March next, at which tituo another con- a number of initiicei refused to vote for institution of the village. It Is Improving rapidly In execution and ha the advantage tinuance will be granted. The law', delay him on account of Li opposition to theae of being composed ol very handsome young i the next thing to an acquittal. The o with one excuse and Institution and cue of Charley Fouler for the murder of another the democratic majority wa re- gentlemen. The boy will not bloom out in their full splendor before Spring. The Eddie UUhop, both of them under lllteen duced to a lower figure than we have action of your circuit court Ins year of age, waa called yeaterday and af- knowu It for year. Wo are ashamed of remorsele ter the bet part of the day waa ipent In such democrat aud really believe for the somewhat frozen "the genial current of their soul." endeavoring to get a jury the Court adgood of the party that it would be the on journed at 4, having examined fifty men k I rumored on the street best for them to take a aland on one aide the authority of au Iowa aper, that Wiland obtained but 11 furor, aa follow t or the other. The republican a usual liam Miller who was for some year a resiDavid Scott, J. O. Lynn, K. F. (lalne, It. voted nearly their full strength. The follow, Wm, Severance, L. I Dawaon, dent here, wa killed lecently somewbero ii White, ing ia the vote by precinl t I (1. I). Hopper, II. J. Drt, W. K. lluch-nliaIn that State. The atory run that Miller 5? S became eugaged In a fight with five antagoJohn Anderson, J. K. J.J mi. The " nist, two of whom he I aaid to have kill other will probably be obtained early thla V niEciNirrd. n'orulng. It. C, Warren la aultted In the ed, but wa butchered by the other thrte. It I hoped Jhat the report will prove unp'roMcutlou by J. II. Dunlap, W. II. Miltrue. Miller u ditdpited while here, ler, Judge (leorge Denny, Jr., and Col. W. KUuforJ, No. I 317 ....... TiO 1U No. -. InofUciiire, O. Ilradley, and the I'efenms U reprrented Hl.ufotJ. ... 1IIU1d4-........a W butcharacter. and had some good polnl .....-b"y Hill A Alcorn and Welch ASaulley. A WsjruMliurn 17 of u...Mra.nM.... 40 U W.toutl'l.l L. II. Adam of thi place hands in a Urge crowd of ladle were In attendance HuitoutlM 1M .- til 100 statement that from a little lea than ) of yrlerdy and the proceeding are evident- Turuurllll. 107 I IU Crb)rchrJ....,.... .....-..- .. ly to be of an emotional character. Clerk 'lW I il an acre of ground he ha gathered 85 bus. . ...m of Irish potatoe, and give the figure Jaine P.lialley lamiited during the Court Majority-"- ... M I.."... showing that the yield waa at the rate of hU dull by thote clever and accommola dating young gentlemen, Judge T. 1. Hill, When the Kentucky militiaman shoots, 310 bushel per acre. Who will aay that railroad are not lieueOclal to a country T I Cin, Kwiuirer. get thee to target. and Jooeplt Hrlgg 1'axton, , I'MMrieMrittuNorlh...-,.- .. Hoiith.... Ml Moor, a very ncomiplMinl Udy. Nr.w Hot.TRn Mkai. 7fttn. per liiHii'el a. A reception wa ulten them list night at Friday Morning Novembor 10, 1882 McAliMerA IlrlghlV Mr. Howel W. (livens'. We extend HkM.iot the Illnk tonight. Door LAN. 10CAL TIME CARD. 0Nn at 7 o'clock and clore nt 10. DEATHS. ST.A.iriir'oiirD, Kir. lt A waiim rain wm fulling at evening, lively rate wa Mr, (leorge 0. Given of (his countr married In Ilourbun yesterday to WINTER t STOCK .,.. DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, . 10 A. M, 1 CI r. new lot j Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. slate In thi connection that Ilrent Mrs. Kate Dndderar, Lancaster street, Harnett wa bringing me a mam'moth Stanford, Kentucky, pumpkin on a two horse wagon, but like the gentleman Enlng to Jerico, he had the Isdallr recelfliir nw ati.t I uiir.il &llllinr th 1stmisfortune to fall among thieve mil I lost (loulsorererTitevrlpllon-ererythlng- of Intends hurlng sny- styles, snd nitlailjr who mm inouiu ui location ner. trices i I " probable, however ss low the pumpkin. It u ths lowml Khels thsnklul l.ir mat fathat it will turn up in the form of pie nt rs and hi.pcs lor their continuance. lra. Mollis Myers htadisigcul the departthe approaching dedication festivities. ment, which las to indent gnarante that her customers will find no isuta lor complaint. Near McCormaek'i Church. John M. Hill returned from the mountain a few day ago with a car load of cattle, and six bushel of chestnut. The pirly at Mr. Jaine Carter' 8r., listing concluded to remote toTeist, I offer for saio my waa a most happy affair. The company of ItCHl'IdlCC S.V HumIiichn about 75 were agreeable, the uper excelCombined lent, and the hoste, Mis Itora Leo, acted chard, Kjr..In one, situated In the town of Crib Ormi Uneastpt street. The building la her part to perfection. That evening will two and high, SOiW feet and In all eight rooms. Ths Is 20il0, m long be marked in memory by a "white with rountersand shelrlng nlcelrand properly arrange, with all th outbuildings ncreasary to conlone." venience and Ih list ol the most fsMl.Hout, snd The heart of your correspondent waa sn sbundsne of pur water for drinking snd household piiipoc,tautirul made glad by n visit from Misre Sue and adorning snd Iwaullftlng the shad and fruit trees entire premises, sll Kate Hunnof Shelby City, and Mis Nan- In a sgood sod healthy condition. Any one desir- d ing cheap ret raluabla residence, among prosperous people, would do well lo call nie Lackey of Parkaville. They were as welcome and aa pretty a the flowers in and examine the pirmlws More purchasing Terms reasonable JOHN I'. STIlOIlK. Spring. Mir Mollie Royalty returned to her home on Tuesday, much to the regret ! of her friend here. Instead of a spelling on the evening of As administrator of Jsmcs Williams, deed., I the 17th, they have decided to have a de- will oo Mondsy. Not. p.20th, 1132, between Ilia ., lell to ths highest ttoursof 10 A.M. and J bate. The debater nre ol marked ability, bidder, the well known to fame, bat I forbear and are Hotel In HiiNtoiivlUc, Ky., to mention names, leaving the audience now crc'ipled by 8. C I'owell. The building congarden tains about 21 rooms Them Is a the pleasure of surprise. All that wish to also a commodious slsUe and lot with tiarer-- f well on It, also a vacant lot scrota the street hear a grand literary treat are invited to the stable. Ilrtles desiring such property would find It to their Interest to see this before attend. Begins promptly at seven. Iiurehsslwrlxiwhere. It Is surrounded by ss rich Mis Minnie Cosby i out on crutches. siuckralsIncounlrr ss there is In the 3 chur, lies' regular, Little l!ettie Lewi i no better, fear are titate. Therethsreplsce Th icople sre tertrsi select generous and schools In entertained of her recovery. Mis Beltie soclsblr l'i s fiull. l'livro Is a constant stream of rommerusl snd other trsrel through the plsce. Martin I daily sinking, a few more day Etery thing thing tends to rusks itonaol the and profitable moat In the will doe the earthly existence of one of KUte. desirable ferret Ih dsr: hotel atsnds come. Don't ettrr body the fairest of earth' daughters. She ! Terms nuda known on th dsy of sala. 7 II. I.. WII.I.IAMH, Admr. conscious of her approaching end, and fully resigned to the will of the Lord. Her sister, Mr Hue Phelpia with her. ! Mn. Waltoh Allow me to express AMD through your paper the sympathy of this entire community for Mr. Mike Cloyd, in thi her hour of sorrow. Deir Alice, in the long path that you must tread alone STANFORD, - - - - KENTUCKY without the loving arm of your husband to shield you, your heart will often be Hating nurchssed Dawaon'a oatablisbment. I sore and bleeding, yet in the past you have will continue tho business and keep enmtantly on anchored your hoieon the"ltockof Ages" hand fresh llolla Loafllroiid. Cake and a fu I line and other Confectioneries, to and do not fear now. lint the grinning of Can lies, Kruils attention of the public. I will which I inrite the skeleton upon the "pile horse" ha not a a'so keep Kresb Fish snd sctro not all complete victory. The grave blackness even from it gloom there comes OYSTKKS AT AIsIs IIOUJtN. a gleam, and "hoe see a star, and listenI hare secured the scrrlcrs of Mr. James Peak as e of a wing 1" ing love can hear the clerk, who will always b,found ready to minister lo your warns. iJon'liorgetiuaiisisa aevp loo "- -r -r Mantua-Makin- g 89-- tf LYTLB'S. farm of .175 arret Mtnnfonl, within Lan- may Lincoln County Farm For Sale! toiler for ssle trltalely my on Ilx Hirer, ty, miles Kattnl helngcoi)-tlructes half mile of ths new turnpike d Irom Stanford to frrathersrille. An dirt-roa- d from th dwelling to the pike. Ilultdlngs sre brick snd frame, with 10 rooms. Well wstered with fin springs, soin.ol them medflrst-rlaiical wster. Imr.rDreinents Including tho fencing. Terms llbersl. Address or csll on I hsre sold out my P.kerr snd Confectionery business In Ctanfor I, and would take It ssslsrorff ni wouhl mma lorwinl snd settleat ooce. I'lessoatutil loihlt sll persons Indebted In 8A-- II. K. DAWSON, VM. DAUGIIERTY Hucccssor m MK.1.NAKAIICIIOK, Ktanlord, Lincoln county Ky. to Dsughcrty A Holmes, FORJSALE! store-roo- STAM'OKI), - - KENTVCKY, MiNnncToaars or MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Fine Carriages, Buggies, m IIoiic, Propr. This Old and Woll - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Roputation, AND nil-ni- icier-ersn- Iti Proprietor W-- tf Ariiiiiiii.Htmtor'.H JSale is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, AND Appointment!, or Attention to Comfort of their Gnetti. WAGONS PHAETONS, "OF ""ALL KINDS. KigBige will be cornered to sad from the depot We manufacture Carrlagea of alt descriptions, workmen snd using employing only Orst-clsfree ofekarg.. hpeelal leeommoititloss to to t'omsaerelil Tratslera. The liar will lie material, and sell st reasonable Only first-cla- ss alttay soppllfd with the choicest figures style, workmanship and material eoutld-e.- 1. braads of l.lqaera aa Cigars. ll) Wl. a. Ufoffljt Sfde us. ?. at SITIiLIBlLIEI! CONFECTIONERY Having bought out S. II. Iiauglunaii, wc will keep on hand a nice lot of Horses and Buggies, which wc will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the day or week. We are also in li lAilli.MT. BAKERY! TI1J And will COAIj rFJ&Jk.Ttt9 y, swap for all kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. NUKJVEi.l.Ey, "KStJSv. Eespectfully, 1 1 fr.-u- ru-tl- B. K. WEAREN, UNDERTAKER,! D Obituary. Death 1 il lr well-potr- sb0T." the deMAIN SI., STANFORD. The darling of her light of many hearts, little Sallie Trueheart Has Juit rccelted a 1M line of Parlor Suites, Cham. spent but sir short Summer on Ilrirlit ber Suites, cheap Ucds, Uurraus, Watli stands, ") TlKlSUKY UaPARTMK-NT- , earth. On Sunday, Nov. 5th, she closed Ust Cotton Mattris.es, I. nop SUn.U.Corncr OrrirK op CourraoLLKR or this Curikkcy, V her beautiful eyea in death. For four dv ) WasHiaaTOK, October 4, IU1. Iiracketa, Cent o Tables, Kxlenslon Tasuffering marked every hour. Now, her Ily satltbctory etldeiice proscntol to bles, Kttenslon Tabic, t'srlor Chalrt, Dinuttering are over, and her sweet spirit is WiunEis, undersigned, II has lcn made to tho ing Chairs, Ac. I also keep constantly on hind rooeu, appear that the with the ancet choir ami A lull line ol Itobcs, Uhr.uds, Collins snd Cutlets. who like herself passed through death' Bank of Stanford,' "First National KrtaIs In Hie arm of Jesus. I also keep on hand th celebrated J! yd Burglar "in uaticr raiuo nuuieu, iuu geuur iw. In th city u! StanlorJ, In th county of Lincoln I'roufdrare Vault, gmnin!ed to bo ptrfeit pro and 8 ale of Kentucky, hat complied will alt the lection from rermlnc, gronoil Her little hand In Ills and (ate her room lurea gophers, dampprotltlonaofthe Uetlsed Slstutes of the United home-circl- Where excellent arcommodatlona isn l had lb J. T. HAItlllS. Fsltli lentl wliliri, "Wounded heart k still tho lovrtst rale. rroprietor. lUu bound tote's wresth, hero scattered, shall to tales away with stern, retinitis will. The ilesreit objects or our earthly lo?; COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Dealer in Furniture, Eirst National Bank. llie-wn- ite Jeius f line, And laid lilt own hand ou the qulrertog heart nisd It Ttrj atlll, that he might writs And lnv lifbt worda ol power -- Frtt loune." T. Nov. 9, 1882. Among tl bug-gle- .KW AIMKIITISKMKNTK. A Lincoln Co. blUatal ItrurA. l.ridffA. Farmf 200 Acres ness and burglsrs. elates required to be compiled with before an shall b authorised to commence the bust- nt ltiklnff- I sell st flgurra that cannot be beaten Call and nM Now, therefore, I. John Jsy Knox, Comptroller aco rue. Orders by telegraph promptly attmlwl to t ol tha Currency, do hereby certify that the "First Nstlonal junKoibianioru,in memy i cuiuiuru. In tbecounty of Lincoln and State of Kentucky, It authorltnl to commence tho businres of bsnklng, as hundred snd slxly-ul- ne rotldeI In section tirty-on- s of lb Itetlsedfclalutesolthe United Mates. In testimony whereol, witness my hand and seal this Uhdsy of October, ISSi JOHN JAV KNOX. Comptroller of th Currency. (No. 2,788. In A Lancaster I'lke. at Cot. About SOacrea In wheat, which ta clover and tlniolhr, maklnir alinoit seeded with the entlro bnu In grans, well wauroa wiiu Kterai inrluia; situ one ofth largest neteral neter-lalllo- g and bett iirlnguudaln lb countr, making It dnlrabls ilck form llsi on It a good, comfortahouss and ble dwelling house. Ice bouse., amok barn, good cabin recently built, s joung orchard .pl tree, good kltcbsn, garden, Ac ISOcooIra of application. T.rmt of sals uisds known on on mortgago. lUlfof purchase mouer mar remain J, u on the Dantlll ri. HocKKS, I'resldent, Cashier, J. W. McAn-isTJoiIM J. McltouaaTS, Assu Cashier E. P. OWSLEY Hub Just Oponod a Flno Stook of A GREAT SALE OF- - BEAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of Also, a Nloo Lino JOHN HUll.IlKK. Lancaster, Ky. -- TllV. -i. a. decJ., autl of ttbtnki REAL ESTATE! Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. nt Tkhn Rhatitta. A. Huchantn, I will, ou FRIDAY, NOV. 17, '82, of 1 jM K v.. udl 11 !"- - Hr. hlril. IUO M.I.IIU1. .IV... I" "l-- l Al ir. Il...l,,.n llnUt In Pr!. .t , lo tha highest mailer, si puonc sucuuu, mo ratuible sod deslrabl real estate i 1 i vitnrn.K Axn lMPROVKU Farm if about 'M0 ami, trt'A an eictlUnt brick rciJtncevponit,tUuateonthe Iiancaster pile, firrii mUttfnm Crab OreXanl. 'i, A 1HACT Ob'M ACllliS OFLANl). onwmtyiLe, 1 miUi from Crab Orchard, uitU CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS 1 TRUINJKS I am oponlng daily a Full lino ot tho Boat Goods in the Market, to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call und ezamino. 'John BLOOD R4atssT4lwawlMKl!r2 TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. IBMBTili r for all Dlteases Ol UW comw table tenant home on it. J The Cheat Indian Herb Itemed .1 III1MIJVKXX lHllJJitl. Kith the lot on uhich it iatiluate, in the centre of , Uih m, iu., .i.irw iirii. containt onfirtfjloor tint Uinje uml eauiMaiiau llltll'k .,... (n,.tii,i.n,t,.( if. m -- DEALER BieBK IN- Durham-Thompso- n ttort xootia, 20x00 feet. 4. t LOT OA STAMOIUJ STIttiliT Crub Orclvird of about acre, on uhich u a forms ol in most obtllnate and lnietrat Cures the and comfortable cottage Ulteats srlslng from Disordered r!crelloot, liu. neat, neu purs Ulood snd want of ton In Ilia Hyrtam. S A LOT OS m'.VJmSOXSTllKKT ths Ulood, It in Crab Orcliaid, containing about one acre, on It llegulate the Uoweli, It PurifiesDlgwtlon. Att on th Kidneys, It Promotes which are a comfortable rttidaice ami a yoml Liver, NIOHIHfll, i KUIiiej-.Skli- Hiitl llIooI. Shelf Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, Iron, iiokni: mioi:s, iiDiisK mioi: nails, Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, llinis, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELL WATER ELLVAT0RS. A Prepared by M-l- Safe, l'leauimt Jbltellubln UrmulU' H. II. BARNES & CO., A bTiOO, AU.,blaurord, Ky. tfold by Druggists ttcrywbrre. black tiMlh thop. Leilogton, Kj. UcKohksts SflSAPHHOTEL MhIh Nt., Stanford, Ky. n, JOHNDINWIDDIRPRO'E, OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 1- ..... . ...- LL 2P V 0. A VACAST lWILima LOT OF I ucre, on ikanford tfrttt. 7. A TllACV OF AllOUT 400 AC11KS of Knob land at Turleytumx, South of Oxi6 Orchard. 8. Till: TWO STORYMUOKSTOHH- l...... ir..ILtnii.i .f .VA.init tmii Ihn rtntre at Crab OrrAuni. 37ns it one if the bett butiniM Uandi, und best and moU lubdantiulli built , hotutt in tne cuuiujf. 0. .1 QUIT. CLAIM TITI.K TO A tract of about acta of Knob laiul, South of I LxJ Orchard, lately ocrtiW fry M. 11 ISouxn. Stoves.Tinware, Fruit Tars Groceries, sSalt, Lime, QUEENS WAItE, GLASSWARE, Comont, &o. Also BOARD. S2.00PER DAY. Special Acoouimodatloa to Commercial Travelers. .... ... ......... - fuUJ-..-.M- Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I Jr have recently taken charge of this home nd Intend to have fiht-cU- u accouiinodatioui. Th sat will begin at 10 o'clock a, w., snd will Ho better b without rrMiraltvu or opportunity could Uorhired for lu.tmcutor ths iurchas of good bomoa. And tho Taaus.-t:rilltof0tlmoullis. with a per cent, from data ol sal. Ilouds rehired, with good icnousl security; or purchasers my st tbtilr pay !i, 'ior allluis.U. fowottloaglrsu Jan. I, wa, or In tor. None claim a better Flow, but hope to have Persona dealrlug to Inspect any "f thea properry lability for doing to. or ingr. &c, done ou ihort uotice. ties will be stTordod furnished with any lutorusllou ujvu uotllylng THE CHAMPION STEEL GENVINIS OXiIYKlK PLtOliV. Roofing, ciiif;i,i:i an equal. ir,w. Outter th.u.dcrrigncd.tm.nUd. Nor 1, Mi, WKtvl, AlJtrul, 4c 5SSS, B.i.n. iz Friday $ iS01A.WFOBD, r actually Mid 1 looked very for that, very well, indeed. should bo glad, I know, to sco her look half so well, thongh sho wn, as sho ICY. snyn, n baliy when I was almost grown I up. iwcniy-nino- i twenty-ninum Morning, November 10, 1882 wish I was not so old I" and, covering I her faco with her hand, nlio burst into o well o Tim runrx num. TkeniirVe art whirled away, Tho depthaof tbe great plnea araetlrred, Ktght ecttlea on tb rullen day, Aa In IU neat tb mountain Wrd. My waidertng feet e P and down, And beck end forth frcm town la lawn. Through the lone wood and by the eca, To find lh Mrd that Bed from mi ; followed, and I follow yet 1 have forgotten to forget heart (on Uek, but I go on. Through auromer heal and winter mow roor heart, w are no longer one, Sat ire divided by our woe. Oo to the neat I built and eUSbe may be hiding alter BThe empty neat. If 4hat remain, Andkare me In the lone, long ralnt ; My J htti - - (can. Let us pass over n few month. Tho neighbor's son has como home, and Lady Annabel is in a state of nnxicty, for her heart is tmo to her 'first years. Her love, despitohor twenty-nin- o father and his neighbor nro a great deal together, looking over papers and inspecting boundary linns ; but, contrary to all expectation, tho neighbor's son turns oat perverse, as neighbors' sons nro npt to do, and begins n flirtation with a Hltlo girl of sixteen, as poor as a rat, nil father frowned, Annabel's father frowned, and Annabel alio remem long-expect- , I My electee with leara axe alwaie wet X hat e forgotten to forget. ' Men know my tlory, but not no l'or auch fidelity, they Mr, Eileto not ouch a man ae he . Eileta not In the world If tile light bird baa Down the neat, Rbe la no worae than all the rent ; Conatant they are not only good , To bill and coo, and batch the Lroxl; Ha hia but one thing to regret lie baa forgotten to forget. All day I ace the latent By, I bear the aea-btracream all night ; Tbe moon gore up and down the eky, The aun come In with gbaatly light ; Lcarra whirl, white flakea around we blow-they apring bloaeoim or the anow ? Only my balr? Oood by, my heart, Tbe time baa come for ua to part ; Ileatlllt Toa will la happy yet For death remembcre to forget. Tranttalnlnm lh Jainntt. Are Jf TllJilll SECOSli 1'OUTJI. bered her twenty-nin- o years. Tliis stato of things continued for somo months, in spito of various remonstrances on tho part ol ono father nnd polite speeches on tho part of tho other. In vain titlo deeds wcro shown him in vain tho contiguous estates wcro talked over and walked over. Jasper remained immovable. At last, upon being formally and rig orously appealed to by Ids father as to his intentions concerning Lady Annabel, ho obstinately refused to enter into any engagement with her whatsoever, alleging as a reason that sho was too old to bo his wife,, nnd adding, sho might bo informed of his having said so, for aught ho cured. Two days after ho put tho finishing stroko to his disobedienco by eloping d with tho littlo girl of before-mentione- 10. Tho Iifuly Annabel eat in a small room in her father's castle, looking oat oi n window which overlooked a wiilo landscape., Her maidens rcro in a little group at tho other end of tho apartment basil; engaged at their embroidery, laughing nnd chattering and whispering, jtttttWthey might wcro they alivonow for this was many years ago and they nro all dead and buried. Tho Lady Annabel took no notice of them; she was thinking. At last sho looked up and yawned "Oh, I am bo sleepy nnd ' thirsty Mabel, bring mo somo 1 water.". Mabel obeyed and ai she roccircd tho cupagain, aho said " Your Ladyship will 1" not bo sleepy 1 " What is "Docs not your Ladyship recollect is your Ladyship's birththat " day? and "My birthday? Oh, yes, so it is. I had forgotten all about it. Wo oro to haven merry time of it, believe; bat I am sure feel in no humor for merriment now. Lay down your work, girls, for a littlo while, and tako a stroll in tho I I garden." "When sho fonnd herself nlono, tho La- dy Annabel walked up and down tho small apartment, then stopping beforo tho looking gloss sho said : "My birthday Am iudeed twenty-nin- o Twenty nino that sounds old I It is ten years since, my father caino into possession of this cstato, and every ono of thoso years havo passed one just like another. I feel no older than I was then. look no older." And sho looked again into tho mirror. am no older in any ono respect. How I wish they would let my birthday pass by in silence, and not distress mo by publishing to nil tho assembled crowd that tho Lady Annabol is now 1 I -- 1 I "I !" Her reverio was hero disturbed by tho hasty entrances of her father. J Why, what makes you look so For shamol go down and assist in tho preparations for tomorrow's feast, instead of moping Lore. Bat I must not forget to tell you I bow my neighbor L this morning. "Wo paused through his grounds, and he joined our hunting party." At this 'tho Lady Annabel's color twenty-nin- o heightened visibly. " Ho says ho expects his son back in a few. months ; aud ho and I wcro settling, that as oar estates touch, and as hu has but ono son, and 1 liavo but tho daughter ; but I hear my men; they havo brought homo tho stags ono of them has such horns You must oqino down after awhilo and sco them." So sayiug ho loft her. "And Jasper is coming homo," con tinucd the Lady Annabel to herself. "How well do I remember tho first timo I saw him it was on my birthday I I was 12 vears old. and. although ho was just my age, I was a tall girl and ho a mue ooy. j. rciusca 10 uanco witu mm becauso ho was a whole head shorter than I but if my father and his liavo " such plans for us At this moment her companions ipiletwg their laughing countenances, sat down again to tlicir embroidery. Tho next day was ono of unusual festivity., 'By midday tho hull was crowded with ladies and gentlemen of high degree, from fur und neur. Tho inaslo was loud, aud dancing and feasting wan Uio tJurof tlio day. Tho Lady Annabel, contrary to her expectation, was by tho joy sho saw on oery faco around her, and cutered with great ir7toovery spott that as No laugh so loud as hert uo movement so full of gleo. Lato at night, when 'the gubts had departed, she threw hernclf, limited and excited, into a largo chair in her own room, and began, to loosen .the rose from her hair. So it UulPover, nnd X lmvo'lceii hap py, very happy, fudoed I liavo only tho recollection that it wus my birthday voaJd iulriilo ftnelf upon me, to dump my enjoyment, every now and then, I heard several jieoplo usk if it were truo that it was my twenty-nintbirthday they did not know it was my twenty ninth. And thut odious MIm What' 1 itj h All this was convoyed to tho Lady Annabol by her offended nnd indignant father. And now, indeed, was sho unhappy for sho really loved this man, and know herself to havo been loved by him somo years before. "Too old for him, indeed I too old for God knows my lovo for him may him bo older than it was, but it is only tho stronger, tho moro enduring. Crucl.cruol Jasper, to cost mo off thus; nnd for Surely I am what ? becauso am 29 tho samo that I havo always been. And ho reproached mo with tho years that havo taken nway nono of my beauty ; ho might as well lay to my charge tho ago that passed beforo I was bom." Bat so it was, in spito of all her grief. It was then as it is now, as it always has been and always will bo man speaks, and woman abides by it. Tho Lady Annabel pined, and grieved and wept in secret ; and talked nnd laughed and jested about tho elopement in pub lic ; and for a while no ono know tuat hers u.ih a heavy-lade- n heart Tears do n great deal of mischief in tho world. In tho Lady Annabel's coso they did a great deal. They took all tho luster from her bright eyes ; thoy washed away tho color from her checks, and rolling down they woro for them selves channels in her smooth skin, so that by her 80th birthday people began to say, "tho Lady Annabel is very much faded" "tho Lady Annabel is not quite so young as sho was ono littlo lady, tho odious littlo lady, as Lady Annabel had called her a year ago, was heard to say did think sho woro very well, but I don't think so now. To bo buro, poor thing, sho is getting on protty well." This timo tho Lady Annabel entreated her father to omit tho usual merrymaking. Sho spent tho day alono in her own room. "Thirty years old I How it distressed mo a year ago to think I was 29. I havo no such feelings now. Jos-lwas right when ho said I as too old for him. How would my careworn, sorrowful faco look iu company with his blooming appearance? They talked of how my heart a boll for shrank from such a thins I at a ball I d No this room suits mo better. Jasper was right. But then, if ho had still loved mo, would my youth nnd beauty havo gono bo soon ? Perhaps not but thoy are gono. And what is left to mo? A dull, joyless lifo of re 1 I 1 again warn up ner resiacneo witti ner father, ami inhabits tho samo little room ' riio formorly did. A few months more, nnd her father's death increased her seclusion. Sho has' no relation left on earth, mid earnestly and bitterly docs sho pray that sho may die, nnd Ioavo' this world of sorrows. She receives no visitors, nnd never appears nbrofld only now nnd then, lato in Urn afternoon, when tlin weather is flgurd may fine, her Ull, closely-veile- d bo foen walking slowly through tho shady walks about tho castlo, nnd tho villago children coming homo from school peep nt her through the hedgo and whisper: "It is only tho old lady taking her walk." Wo said visitors woro nover admitted there, nnd they wcro not. So much tho greater then was the surprise of all tho servants when, ono day, n mlddlo-ngo- d man was seen in tho largo parlor in convcrso with their mistress ; this was repeated so often that nt hist it beenmo quite a customary thing. Shu took no moro solitary walks ; her black veil was laid nsido ; her cloio cap again gavo way to her glossy hair glossy still, though, streaked with gray. Her youth was coming back for was not tliis Jasper tho Jasper of old her first lovo ? Toor Jasper ho had lccn unhappy iu his marriage, and uiwu h'u wife's death had como homo with his son after long years spent in poverty abroad. no did not think tho Lady Annabol too old for him now, so tho castlo was tho second timo illuminated for a marriage, and a second timo woro tho jewels taken from their cases. "Jasper," said Annabel, "tho world will call us an old couple. It is true yenrs havo passed over us. Wo havo been old, both of us, but it was sorrow that mado us so, not time. Sorrow has left us now, and timo h&s brought us to this, our second youtlu Is it not so? For, although thoy speak tho truth when thoy say both of us havo gray hairs, yet, if thoy could but sco our hearts, thoy would say thcro is youth yet in them as in tho day when I would not danco with yon becauso you wero a head shorter than I, or tho day when you deserted mo becauso I was too old for yon." g, 1 VAVOIIT AT TtHH CONDENSED TIME. AsjMrs. Oates aim going up Iks step of tho.thcnter sho saw k boy Want root, reriM: actnutrrrr-IThtr- a to aall rar at ttMmrtnt struggling in tho hiitids of tho police, KIM. Tho fmt the fnmM arrnl lllualrttlnna. In rn.. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE trprlrt. inn Tho lady is naturally of n sympathetic hanttemie MrMlnrv nn.l raanr YaluaMa fVaUrrf halls Alan U.ill.UOAar MM'.. turn, and stopicd tho jhjIIco to too If so fulfill In nn ntbrr lllhlis V, a, at alfht. wliri Hlilrwth'a lllatnrr nf Ida rorapiala if jou young a lad could not bo kept out of tho IhartrratntadmlnUtnitton. circulars,want tomato ate Adreaa moitr aand fur tarma, triLBIIa aTOWa.lMW.IOtatUSTnOI-Ctllill- . A '' THAINH (it)IN(l NOIITH. i city jail,' i tit, rinn. Maarli I, I8S1. to "Don't tako that poor littlo boy II 00 a m ...... Jail," sho said, " I'll jmy his fine," Le. Richmond. PO " jinfaiifr..... " Hasn't been fined yet," said Officer STlnVotn 8Taar 7 ID " . " l.ltlngilon .... 2" Crab orchard. Solomon. Ml.nlnr.t-.,,, O0 " KENTUCKY " ...-' Khell.y Utjr-- ."Ho looks likon good boy," continued LANCASTER, M" .... . Dantnte Junction 0(1 ' Mrs. Oates. -- .. I Mltchellaburg If you lot him go I'll give JU1I5 T. II WHINS, I'UOl'iUKTOIt. ... II 10 . Wbannn..... him something to do as a supc. Prny . New llaeen Ilinpm 12 47 " Arr. lebanon Junction what crimb might so uico n littlo boy 2 19 " " Cincinnati Junction A riRST - CLASS HOTEL I It) " " l.onlnllle commit ?" "Defacing posters," reported tho off- In atrr particular, Thafalronajaol lha puUla TIIA1NM (lOINtl SOUTIIj aollctlrd, and aatltfactlon juarinlcol. icer. Maatii 1. lUf rli. Son. ThotiaanJaarcratra I Mrs. Oates, who was landing ovci roblxO nfthalr a " am . Le. Uulatllle. Uio lwy nnd nlxit to stroko his curly tlctlmi, Mara prolnngnl, Lt. blanronl...... 2 OS p m happlnraaanJ health ri 1M " CrabOrchard ..- .head, assumed an erect, not to say tragic, iiorf.1 117 ii oi in? great Arr. IJtlng.ton 4 11 wMMMiiB" 2 60 position immediately. Lte. Ijinca.ter GERMAN INVIGORATOR! Arr. Klchiaond " Whoso posters ?" Which tHxItlfclr ami ixriaananllr cure initio- riill-unlanr "Thoso pictures of Alice Oates in re J frnry.i'tannM bj txmwa illam-r- a kind. I follow a PULLMAN PALACE GARS and all thai II tights nnd tassels all along tho sido of aniutnr nr rvll. Aliuw, ai luaa of MKrgr, I aaof uclffraal UaalluJ, pain la th dark, ToMetephla, I.I I lie line . Mobile, Menlgotncrr, mfmoiT, tho leg. Ho cut both legs off with o tllmnraa of vlatnn. rtrrtnatiir ohl 10. and manr and New Orleana. to eantumptlon and a pre Kmtgranta InTeiaa hate their thulce of two reutee: Ho cuts up nil tho poster other dlaraara that ur eirruiara wiin malum grave, tia Meiupaiaor fia new rirana.by inee whch tjr mall. Tha IMfnjOUATU It any other that como along." quicker and ratea lower than l aold at II par alx loita for IV lr all tie aenl "Say no more," hissed tho actress, ilruolala, or willImi.or free lf mall, aec nJ route. Itlaaleulha ''away with "him to tho lowest dungeon. aaltl, on rrrelpl f price, tir tddrealng a. , QUICKEST, OHEArEST AND BEST w. . a aa r.n 113 Adaniaalrrel,Tolnlu,(lhn. I know him ; ho cut my head nnd arms Vole afro! lor tbe United rilatra. ll-lr- r Ilouletoallpolnta In Mlwuiirl, Kanaaa, llllnola, off in Chicago, carved mo to pieces in Indiana. Iowa, Nrbratti, (Vloradn. Arkanaae. Only one change lo I htcago, rlt loula and lUat. Now York and cut nil my legs off all ror lulineriniorinaiion aioui mrrir io i,,v Mouth, Kanaaa, Colorado, an en Igrant ratea lo over San Francisco. Here, you pretty Klorlda, ald.twe '. I. ATHIlHi:, (ien. I'aaa and Tlrkel Agl.. loalaTllle. Ky. policeman, hero's $10 for catching tho EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., OrF. J. Anthony, Agt. Manlord. Ky. confounded littlo scamp. I hopo ho North-Ea(VrntrofNaln and Third Htre.li, will go to tho penitentiary; will he?" WE MEAN YOU. Cllt'lUII IHHM1IIIII. M"'rrilODIkiT,8oimi -I- lktr. J. I'ailor. fcrtliee rtrry Minlay morning and nlghtritapl Ihe 1I1IM. Prayer I Meeting ee.ty Thuralar night, rtnn.lay riehia fclfwi a. . Tba W Itet. J. b. Morilwiu, HuperintiHident. luen'a Mlaalonary ttoclety liueta here on th lat Sunday In each month, at I o'clock. Mia. T. T, Murilaon. , ! HIOGINM 1IOUNI0! -- ........... ..........., ,. Hiiparlntendent on Daalraa, I'realdcnt. iTav. J M. liat'ca, Taator, retaliet 'l5ArfinT 1J on Kecond and Fourth Haadaya, naming and nlghL l"raTet Meeting erery Wednea.lay afler noun, rlunday Bckool at B.I0 a. u. It. K. Harrow .... . -.- ..,. Joe. Beteranee, Mnperinlendenl. at I Tvilk'HYTKIIIAN, Hdiifll. Iter. ! 8. MfT-- I John W. ror. parlor Bunday Hchonl at t-Union I'rayrr Mcettngon llul,Burtntrn.1rnl We.lnee.lay nlgMa. CllllinTIANr Preaching by Dr. J. W, Co rlrat and Third linTe dart. Bunday Hchool Worahlkbrtkoeaejerrwetlea H-- ir ' m. itiiuDivrr, ATTORN EY AT LAW, hM ROBBED rfcir, otr-pe- ............ ............ .1 Mt.'Vornon, Ky. Will practice hla profeaaloa lb Ibxlieatle and adjoining ceuntlra ami In tho Court of Apprala. eclal atleotlon glrea lorollertlona. at" nl OPERA HOUSE, hTANKOUD. KY jack-knif- e. ll W. T. WALTON, - ProprJotor. Excelsior Art Rooms KENTUCKY Bite f Stage, SniM. Kliht miiia'ela M la ol firli- ery Beating rapetlly, laelading oallrry. iu). Ucaronable ralea to gout allrartloiia. Addreaa aa auote. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, lll.ltir HT.KTANHIIU), KV C, C, WINE, " Wo swear it," said both officers, holding up their right hands. "Yon nro n nico chap, ain't you?" continued Mrs. Oates, putting her arms akimbo as in "Madamo Angot ;" " a nice boy to grow up in a Christian country und walk tho high roiul to tho gullown. Where do you expect to dio when you go to? Bcsido trying to ruin mo iu tho estimation of tho public, sco what a lot of troublo you havo put theso good, kind policemen to. Yon can go, sir." On receiving such a scathing lecture, Uio boy blubbered heartily and went Bo'jbing to jail. SalM iMkc Tribune. SOUK CUJtlUUS STATISTICS. Russian vital statistics show that tho population of llussia increases moro rapidly than that of any other state iu Continental Europe, except Holland and Denmark. Tho figures are from tho Statistic Annual of the Itussinn Empire, and they apparently show that tho Russian population doubles itself in fifty-eigyears. Tho period in other countries is as follows : Denmark, CO ; Holland, 57 ; Germany, C8 ; Austria, 05 ; Switzerland, 99; Italy, 111; France, 1C5. Tho births per 1,000 inhabitant are : In Russia, 49 ; in Germany, 43 ; is higher in France, 20. Tho death-ratin Russia 37 per 1,000 than any ht o DANVILLE, Haling recently rellted lur rnuiua with all of lha modern InproTflmenu, I how hara tha HKtmiN Finest (iallrry When me. Ml-- tf In Central Kentucky! Kentucky's J.outo rou Kast .gffA Ionuieenla, Hradrlonce, Tabu la, Ac ou tlatt UanTllle, don't Ull to tall and ana Kcepcctfulle, Washington, PliiladclphiaAN.Y. Tut only line running VMoT. Jljg. Pbatographer Kt. KllnAllll II. I'OX, (Iellcal Surfer 3 Marble o all faction Work 1 klnda neatly eiecu ir-- 1 and aetla- guarIe-at- PUBIJGSALE A VALUABLE FARM. I wllloflerat puMleaateto the lilgti.it bidder, dour la Daotllle, on liefott the Court-llou- PULLMAN NEW SLEEPING CARS ai- - P 1llLLWILLnBtaew .JrigaePgy anteed. aud on apilra-tlo- n. A SOLID TRAIN rnoM - Till: XBUJUC AU1TII31VT1C. A bank has $78,420 in its vaults. Tho cashier gets nway with SCO, 382, and tho bank settles with him for How much is tho bank ahead, and what will tho poor cashier do if next winCcr happens to bo a hard ono? two-third- s. 13 o'clock, a Taluabla Una, containing 130 acrea, TO all In griM eircpl It acrea; haa ou It a roniforia-b- it dwelling, good lce-h- i un and barn, about flfo acrea I fruit apptee, pma, pluina, chetrlea, Ae., tprlnga of water; la within and DTenaTer-lalllii- g pntlll aid adjoloa the farm of Reu- Connecting In aanie drut with fit train, Zmlleaur on lha weal, and known aa tbe Walter ben Centrj Field, tract, rrruia: caalr Ulance In 4 eo,ual annual ltajnient, Iwarleit 6 tereeat Inter-e- at aale until paid, ard a lien retained from day ot Poiea Ion on the land for tbe purchaia nioier gUea January I, Igsi T. T. IIAVIKHN. Vl-Ageut The Direct Rooto to Lynchburg, Oan MONDAY, NOVi:.HIU:iC 20, 'S3, LoiiIniIIIc, Cliicliiiiull null Ky., (Counlj Court dar) between tlio houra of 10 and "WASHINGTON CITY, New le.tt lr "'SrTorlsL. IcSSVERW. fv, ri tn "and "I cr 1 dimly-lighte- gret" But sho was wrong sho was not nuito as old as sho thought. A 'ow years passed away. Her violent sorrow bo-camo changed by degrees into a melan choly, and then into a gravity. ' They rarely saw her laugh, but sho was very often cheerful Sho had put away her ornaments her jewels it is true, but her attiro was alwuys becoming aud elegant Her father's dwelling continued to bo tho rosort of his Humorous friends. Sho mingled with them but seldom, aud smiled when tho odious littlo lady, now Mrs. Somebody, talked about old maids. Mennuhilo Jasicr was nover heard of his angry father having rofused to correspond with him. Up seemod to bo evoryhero forgotten, und ho was everywhere but in ono place. But grief will wear itself out. After a whilo Animlxl at ilist listened, and then joined in tho converxutioii of her father's guest, und found herself by degrees returning tho interest evinced fcr her by n country gentluman of some proierty in tho neighborhood, about ten years older than hciself. Bho was now 35. Tho next thing was a wedding at the hall, aud no one seemed iu higher spirits than tho bride, herself, decked in tho omaniouU which hail laid in their cases Aunaliel was young for fivo years. again. Let us pass over fivo years of quiet domestio huppineaa for, til though her feelings toward her htuband wcro very dill'ereut from thoso called forth by her first lovo, btill sho was attached to tho. e worthy mau. Her black drttis and ugly cap, no less than her slow gait und sadduuod air, showed her to be u widow. Lonely and doxolato Hineo her liercuvcmnnt. sho has of infants of 1 Catarrh of tho OXJXUSC Tho dcatli-ratana Haaat or Catarrh of tho Ear, year old is in Russia 1 in 1, in France, 1 UlccrntlTBlIt la taken IHTLRMALLY, nnd Throat. tha Blood acta DIRECTLY upontha Eyatom. nnd in C ; in Prussia, 1 in C ; and in EnIt Mucoua Surf.iooa of 11 tho heat niood Purinor In tho gland, 1 in 7. Tho most remarkable W04LD, and la worth ALU that la contrast between Russia nnd tho rest of charged for It, for THAT alono. ' 'J.' t Til Europe is tho comparativo absence of Tho rate per 1,000, legiti- CULT 1NIERNAL CURE FOR CATARRH illegitimacy. THE MA1UU7T.A1 mate births, which in England is Gl, in And we offer Ono H und rod Dollars tor ani CnBO of Catarrh It will not Curo. Italy CO, in Franco 73, in Germany WILL, CUUK ANY CASU. 83, in Sweden 90, in Denmark 110, Office of A. T, OTawatT A (x I and in Austria 124, is in Russia 30. Cntcaou, 111 , J uno 4, lt4, ( ahead of ilrttrl. F. J. Ckenty d Co., Tvlnto. O. A certain grocer, whose scales only Utntlcmrn. I tiin pleasure In iDfonslnT you TlTLKD IU MO It AXIS. that I liato ucd llall'e Catarrh Cure, li liaa weigh fifteen ounces to tho pound, twos Terr bad and In Russia, as well as in Germany, eurwlmo It trill cure 007 caso of don't healtateto L'atorrli If tokra i.iy that sells 820 pounds of various goods Touri tnilr, properljr. Austria and ono or two otitcr minor J. It. WcATncnrono. every twelve hours. Pind what ho northern realms, a nobleman's titlo is WOItTH QIO A JlOTTLi:. gains weekly, and after you havo figured Haro had Mlob., write E. Mcniur. inherited by all his sons, who in thoir Catarrh for 2dJackaon. Hair Catarrh Curo currd year. it up do your trading with somo other turn transmit it unmodified to worth liawal-otllo- . It their malo mo. Cnnlder all DrugirieU at ',5 eta J r bottlo. house. offspring, and so on ml infinitum. Needy MiSufacturi aid aoUtbr r J CUEtfEY & CO. A lady desires to divido six sunflowers ITVorletora, TOLEDO, OIUO. nobles necessarily abound in such coun- f oi Koraaloln Slabbed by Proof A Me A Hater. among fivo girls so that each girl can tries, and, as a titlo is too frequently wear ono to tho party. ' How can she do to incapacitate its owner from pracit without cuttiug ono of tho girls in held professions or engaging in comticing two? mercial pursuits, tho largo immigration & At ono of Eli Perkins' lectures in Ohio into our Western States of many enerin n hall seating 820 peoploouo-thirtietgetic young men, whoso illustrious deof tho seats tcro jammed full of enthu scent stands immovably in tho way of siastic admirers. Find tho nuroler of their worldly advancement athoinc, may 3? 1 :M I IE scats which didn't admiro worth a cent ; InelTWctOct. W, IS8J. bo accounted for. also explain how for Eli tmv'cjed by Foot CINCINNATI BOUTII Kill DIVISION. A; Walker's lino next day. wiUTiinouau. Tun monument of Victor Emanuel, A dog starts out to ovcrtako a cat which is to bo erected in Rome, will Null fio a ru a ,no Ui M ll A ci vm Mall Sho has seventy feet tho start and knows cost 10,000.000 frnucs. I.lw.i Kii, Dally aod TATIONa. tto . . i Dal-- I Ei. Kip. mat no means uusmese. At uio end oi TllK MUTlllClt Olf VOUTV-VOUVUIL- ha.8 ly, S'ihI'j lijr every rod sho slips back two' iiichea,nud aV .M 'KM KM A.M mtux. 4 34 S CJVgto . Lre. Cincinnati ho gains four inches. How far must ho UUJill IU II 2a Oeurgalow u If tho great Napoleon's famous defi3l!ll40 7I0I1UO Uilujtun leg it to ovcrtako her and hush her nition ol superlative, femalo oxcellenco ul " Mcliol.Mllle,... isait VC 7 47 1147 yeottls forever? ,11 " High Hrldgo . may bo accepted ns correct, Dr. Mary 8 II I (XI llarrudaburgjuuct'n tl'iU Thrco sticks of tovc-woweighing Austin is unquestionably Hie moat rutIII! " Vlil 111 lit Junction Clly..... fivo and a half. onnds bend u boy's in rrabla woman iu Franco. This lady ...iv .....) S uu " HouierMl a 41) .... 2 So ... 1'ulul llurualde .... back four inches out of plumb, now completed hor 83d year of wedded lifo, 7 ft" - Wl ' lluckwoud - .. 40' aa many additional sticks will it tako to during which period sho. has presented oprlug City .... l Boyce, . ...J a VI M mako his chin touch his kueoi ? wtthvuo fowr than forty-fou- r Arr. Cbtian.ga .. .. a 3d!. '! 4 her husband " A woman calls at thirteen different wiiely affection., In pledges of her stores, walks a distance of tho' spring of 1853, four years after her Nultull Nu4 No 2. Km! I'M. V. M. "aM three miles, enters threo milliuory shops, marriage, May Awdin, neo Klind, passed Wi 4 65 7i Chattanuuira halts beforo seven show windows, culls her final examination nt tho Medical ..,. lloycv " - T4. M0 elU M 714 7 4" - -- . Bpflng Clly.....upon two jewelers, and takes tho car for College of Orleans, and obtaiaed diploa JJ 74 IU M .... lWckwoud I ... I'i W home, calculating to frcczo tho human mas authorizing hor to imictico in both I'oiat llurnld... IK) l...-' riouiert.. ... . . hyena who doesn't vacate his scat for branches of her profession. As Boon as " JuuclluClly 4v 1 41 41 li Danrllla...... gets her uoso insido tho Franco-Prussiaher tho instant sho war broke out sho 4 41 2 47 147 llarrudiburK Juuil'u 0 10 High Hrldgo ? Como joined tho army with her husband, and tho door. Find how many Ill CSJ Jit 4 33 U NlcuoUarllle to think o( it, you've found it all when tho prolifio pair served with extraordi7 00 4 Oo 2 3041)0 Ltilugtoa . IU 6 26 UtMrgolown- .JU Ifl sho droiw down without a " thank jou." nary distinction throughout tho struga 24 7 40 10 24 (I4 Arr. Cluclunatl I A.M. Tin: ntKTTr ttcuuuL TJsAvimu, gle Dr. Austin in her surgical capacity ALAIIAMA OIIK4T HUUTIIalKN. DOO A young and pretty school tcaoher, nnd CoL 'Austin as on activo militant Lie. CbatUiio"K. 12 44 " Atlalla with clear comploxion, bright block eyes Tho former, whilo attending to tho hurts 3 13 Hlruilugbaui ( S33 Tuacalooaa .... and an abutidanco of durk haifc was of hor comrades under fire, was thrico 1000 Arr. Maddlau.. ... action tho latter fivo times. arrested at Homo, N. Y., for whipping wounded in 4 30 .. Lie. Meridian 1)67 Tuacalooaa....MM... a boy nineteen years old, as big as a At tho conclusion of tho war tho valiant 12 21 ti,ruilugbaia.... 240 pants in his doctor, having lost her left oyo in tho man, and "wearing his Atlalla w ::"::i :: 030 Chattauuoga... boots." Her defense was that ho diseervico of her country, but in other re- Arr. VICKollUlUl AND MBkIDIAN. obeyed her, used profano and insulting spects nono tho wprse for her injuries, 10 20 Lre. Meildlau.. M 12 40 languago, and, wheu she uudcrlook to and fatigues, returned to her private wm ..,... voreal riraodun. lit punish him with a book, knocked it out practico covered with glory and ifl tho H Jackaon. ... 164 420 of her hand. Then sho took tho stick enjoyment of a staff officer's pension, Arr. Vlckaburg... aoo Vlcktburg..,., and flogged him. Of courso sho was tinco then eho has lived In poaoo and Lie. Jackaou .. ... 10 41 1121 of her follow citizens, Brandon... .... acquitted. Detroit Free honor, tho prido 44 ' fortal : 44) i. Hill's Catarrh Cure Is tiken internally and Indcfotlgsblo la hor endoavort to Arr. Meridian ... lord tho happiest of VICKHBUllO, BHItKVKimiT AND 1'ACIr'lC. a render her warrior It acts dlrecll upon the blosd and th 110 UYanivrtpt, Lra. VUkaburg surfaces of the system. Price, 76c, wthow.T-.0o.7i... ..... 12 30 ' Delia SSO Fur rale by IVnnjr & McAli.ter, filauford. Arr. Monroe 730 Tire Now York savings bankB paid Lie. Mooroe..... If Catarrh has destroyed rotir sense of .... m?o ii Delta.... last 200 amell and liming, Hall's Catarrh Cure will $8,ftQ0,0Q0 interest to depositor Arr. Vlckabum cure yon, 75 cents per bottle. Druggists year, Man. On Sou. JOHN BCOTT, V. P. and Hen. and J. R.e.aarUoa I ilhloi K. K WIIJ4JIK, II. K )LU sell It. Iueen UinoLiNK, with n diamond, K 'Jnclnnall, O.t a $100 11KWARU ..T.V.. w.Sou. .Il'r, U Ul. It..ll.nn.u,a V.lltl wrote on the window of her palaco : In oUVrrd for any rawt of Catarrh that can't " Lord, mako others great, keep mo iu- - MiILTJOK V . MrilUlUK.O.1' A. Y H. d V. be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cine. Taken IV ft wuaruvt noceut," Internally. Price, 75 cents. dren. o Caaltr-Chronlo A houso-paintconsumes foty-eig- ht minutes in lighting his pipo ; fit minutes in telling stories twenty minutes in watching a kitchen-gir- l tliirtysix minutes in binding np a soro finger, and quits work nine minutes to C How much timo did ho beat his cmploycrout of, and how long wilt it take him to work himself to death ? A boy who is scnton nn errand stops to watch thrco dogs, plays marbles with four boys', climbs two shade trees, takes a short rido on a velocipede, makes up faces nt thrco girls, and sits on a lumber pilo for fifteen minutes to help another boylcarn to smoke. "What did ho get when ho got home, and how long did it tako him to mako his mother be lievo that ho had como in two minutes ty-ft- vo chain-lightnin- HALL': ATARI!!! - ORE to European country, excepting Hungary. Tho mortality is greatest among chil- 13 BECOiatMEHPED PY MTTfilCIAKa. TMi trrrattan U rrlr vrcUM .nil fr a tt ajaorf ruu fr.oi ftll tit hi uiianrri, d4 li nt 'ui r 'T'ii 1 t i njif ait h uu r wfirtua frain th. hutti .. i rtiPttt li li rvat uu-- iiinv to h. nrt'l rliu tint will tak lb All Virginia and North Carolina i It ain.m. ti,t irpi w niolai) hi nh houi1 rrvt.ljr Points. rv i u to roiMiiiiiCa Iaxt.u can (ply it with aaOir ami imrkunr rr hippy l For tltktti tbti liirtlfr lnrmnll-yu- f lo ilj5.riH unrunaa ItHitir rjpt-irUi wa tHM-or av!.nM tti rl'T"1 of Iht tlitlr It U II mttly four tkki eftin. Mtak JAMIJ4 r. KltNHT, lutuulu tciM kittfr thai - 1 i.r iivalvnat iuii-hf- t i (Uul. NutlivrUra Amit. tiv aiMi Tr Jitvptil 310 V. Miln HU. eNUvllUi Ky. Mami(4irHl by C. I'll OO Kir ! fa. :. w, Offtrv, taa J.iJh AfrrW, .tUWtlr, Jith 11. w. riu.i.i:it. Otu'l MftnarT. ln I'mnV A't. 'rM) tnHUnlrJ by 1'khit A MrALlrrm. KtclitaonJ, VlnclnU. ville, Norfolk, smith, -- THEE- trlX Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific 1 h Railway. TIAIBILIEI 1 .... K ... 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ForthO MP"MTonourWwPlnn For tho MARKET GARDENER For tho PRIVATE FAMILY Crown hyolr'Bnl"nto"ou''ow', fntm SEEDS SEEDS DAVID LANDRETH&SONS.SEED GROWERS, PHILADELPHIA r. .i !..,, EDWARD WILDER'S 14 lret. 1 . mil-cnu- Nivr (jilt ti emu Faiar ami Ague, Intermittent Fever, Dumb Ague, Dytptptla, LIar Complaint, Indlgettlon, Celie and Flua. lt will Luio Coitnancu. It la, a ate AatI4tlioui AllaratUe end Tonle, u mild and Delightful larigoranl fur Delicate Women, a powerful rcGU-raand iimIuohI by alcVucu, un cxcillcnt aptctUcr, niter Uio nuiio liaa bcvti Klvoa tono to tho 0.liatlvi' uruum, prcicnu Malaria, brarta up Hie ijatim, alrcnctlicus tho portal Uio uliolo oulmal ctonuuiy fioiu bu esoilaut ilbttiuu. TUo tllghtcat circulation nuil cUara atuolt oi (over may bo a 1 rctudo to Uio wont, and ttio rcinodr tha t would oonijucr lt wbilit It la yet in ill cornmcrjccnirnt, mar be of no Tallin when It la at IU lull iUelomont. 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