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Semi-weekly interior journal: November 14, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882111401_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: November 14, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. c "K'J.rtl" wW .' Hetttt - weeMi Infefiof imtftiaL BJER HtViOLUME X.-NUM- 510. STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER Th Patting of the Treaturer. "Good'hyo, papa." Tho plump, whlto arms of Erica Hrnwn wcro thrown about her father's neck, and tho pretty fsco with iu riant mouth and cunning dimples was pressed closely to tho bronzed cheek of tho farmer as ho stood in thn kitchen doorway n moment before going out lo Ids daily toil. "I nm going out to plow tho south meadow this morning, my darling," ho said to tho girl, "nnd when noon comes you must have my accounts as treasurer of tho church all arranged, because tho building committee will Ih) hero after dinner, and I am to turn over tho monoy In my hands, so that tho orcction of the now church in the litllu dell just beyond where wo buried that mouse colored heifer two years ago lost spring can bo d at onco" and kissing his daughter again, Farmer Brown took a bilo of hard tobacco and went away into tho glad sunlight. 14, 1882. riion.sMo.ijiu NEW K. SERIES-NUMB- ER 1)5. Klliott was adjudged by tho jury in sauo and committed to tho asylum as n dangerous lunatic Yet ho wru al. Yfip. MLTON, i . Editor and Proprietor lowed by tho Hupcrintonilont to go T. H. WALTON, . . . Butinttt Manager freely over tho grounds, then receives to "go n fishing" by himI'uhltmliril Tnrnlnu frliltni", self, unattcmilrtl. And tnliy ho is at 4T- m large, just across tho river, ready to A.NNlfM. I'TJIl murder tho other judges of our Court axrl'lease don't send tltmni In aymcnt efau tiof Apjwals whenever tho mood.ahall ff ,)tfiiinitfP l0 make thanif , nj then Sf de. tako him, And what has tho Execnomlnsll.ns not nvrr three rents. utive ilono, either to rccipturo tho murderous fugitivo or to punish thoso JfoA inw. who turned him looso? Ho far as wo Hdking of the unforlunnto out- fcnouy noMng I It Is such things as break nt Ashland, Ky., tho Cltrht'utn this that produce mob law, and alObserver snys: ways will. Mob law is very rarely justifiable Wo do not npprovo tho violence; i Iti:joftcnjttsionate, uniliscriminnting, wo condomn it utterly. Tho courso unreasoning, cruet rtnd inurtlcrour. of true citizens is not to fiy to arms, Not until the officers of the law entire- hut rather to abido the regulnr courso ly fail to protect tho community, is of law. It will lo but a few months there any justification for irregular till another election will come. Tho handing of mon to Uko tho law into remedy is in'lho ballot box not in tho thoir own hand. Wo tloprucato nnd sword. condemn inoh violence in tho strongHut altovo all, tho Christian's remeest tcriru. dy lies in earnest prayer to God who The dudgc, the Governor and tho will "mako tho wrath of man to miliUry officers did right to call nut praiso him, and tho remainder of and tiso such military forco ns was wrath in: will restrain." necessary to protect tho prisoners and something ought to bo done in this gocaro'To them a fair and impartial trial.1. When the troops wcro assault-e- l enlightened ago with tho marriago serhy'rnunlcrotis wcaoni In tho hands vice. It teems to Ims entirely inadetho'tnoli, tho military did right to quate to meet the pressure of circumof pour a volley Into tho mob. It is not stances. Tho lady solemnly swears to suffer that she will "love, honor and obey," tho duly of civil officer themselves to lo killed by evil doers, and every body knows that tho first and mako no resistance. Tho sutler two may Iks impossible, aud that sho log and tho peril ought to fall on the never dicams of doing tho lost. Tho phraso "Till death do us part" ought evil doers thcmiclvcs. thcro is a ques- to bo amended to read, "Till death or Hut, behind all this, tion, what causes lot to tho assembling divorce for causo do us part." Tho of tho mob? Mobs do not, spring up young man who has spent his last spontaneously in this country. They (enny in lavender kids and a stall in What, then, tho opera with tho hopo of securing havo,producing causes. his prizo quietly declares "With all were theiourccj of this one? Thoughtful nicii 'all around us givo my worldly goods I theo endow," tho same answer. Theto causes are when the truth is ho is marrying her found in tho failuro of tho courts and money in older to pay his own debts of tho Executive to punish crime. withal. In order to accord with tho There is such a failure, and thcro hits facts of the ciuo tho marriage certifiAnd it N becauso cate ought to liavd as ii device- in tho Itcuu for years men have seen notorious criminals go right hand corner u spider's web and ing unwhipol of jiutico timo nficr an entangled fly. Hut even then this time, ytar after year, that they he- great controversy would not end, for roine so excited as to use violent and uotio of us could decide which party lawless scheme for tho punishment of in tho contract istlio spider and which murderers and robbers. It ii when the fly. men feel that tho law will not protect A guido published last year gives a them, that thoy attempt to protect total of about 1,500 theaters (hat kept themselves. ojwn their doors for an nverago of 10 on weeks. Taking tho attraction with Thcro has been such a Cremation a Good Thing. . iil Tho petals of tho Juno roses had fallen liko a pink carpet along tho edgo of tho woods, contrasting prettily with tho vivid green of tho grass and leaves. Alwvo tho hum of insects and twittering of (ho birds roso tho sturdy voico of Farmer Brown, swear ing nt tho off mule. "Got up, darn itl" ho said. Hut the mulo only waved its ears in a sensuous, languid fashion, and looked wistfully into tho next meadow whero tho starry-eyekino wcro grazing, and tho old sorrel mare that had a splint on her near front leg was quaffing tho incense of tho day. Picking up a short stick, the farmer advanced and struck tho faithful mule a cruel blow just abaft his midship ribs. Stretch ing out his hiud legs in u dreamy, listless way, the mulo felt them touch something, nnd in a moment Farmer Brown was sailing in tho far blue overhead. The littlo church in tho mossy dell is uot completed yet, and tho building committee is nnxiously waiting for the treasurer to como down. now-born Thcro nro only three ways In which dead bodies can bo disposed of cither in earth, sea or fire. Thero aro obvious objections, on tho ecoro of good to.ito, to sending our dead to bo torn to hits by fishes. It is also certain that our cemeteries and grnvoyanls, with slowly decomposing masses of animal mutter leads to tho surrounding soil being poisoned by tho products of putrefaction a result that can not bo considered healthy by any stretch of imagination. Hut if we burn ii dead body to ashes wo do, or need do, injury to nobody. Thcro is nothing unwholcsomo in tho ashes, which may bo preserved with reverent caro us sacred relics, and people who prefer to burn their dead rather than let them "lie in cold obstruction aud rot" havo both sensu and science on their side. Indeed wo have nover heard of any thing liko a good argument against cremation savo one. It is that started by a Belgian statesman, who holds that, if wo burn dead bodies, wo lessen tho chances of detecting cases ot ixusomng. liut surely it would bo possible to deviso means whereby, whilst tho body was con sumed, the stomach of each corpse might be preserved for a certain time after death, lest it might bo wanted for analysis. We do not share tho terror of those Bishops who, like Or. Wordsworth, think that cremation may tamper with the popular belief in tho resurrection of tho body; nor can we affect to sympithize with the lato Home Secretary, who, when cremation wus onco bruited iu his presence, is said to have asked with horror: "Hut, then, what shall wo do for burial certificates ?" The world can and has gone on after the sacrifice of far more importaut tonus than the burial certificate, which, to Sir Ilichard Cross, seems uu essential elemcut in the constitution of society; and it ought not to bo more difficult to in the resurrection of a body which a shark has eaten sud digested tlinn of ono reduced to nshes iu n fuLoudon World. neral pyre. o T. w. VaaNOX. WALLACE VAHX05. AaTtlHNKYH AT HTANKOIIU, KV. Office In Owsley A T. W. & W.H VAIINON, new bulldlng-- up B.A,ia-,A,isr- s FOR THE WEXT GO DAYS X.A.W. italra. i sell- - fWa II. O. KAUPPMAN, LANCASTEIl, KY. Muter Commissioner and County Attorney. V III and adjoining In nil the Courts of practice counties end In tho Con it of At ia.av, t)rrrl Alm M'ROBERTS&STAGG -- ATTOIINBY A.'!' Will ALEX. ANDEHBON, X..A.W, DANVILLE, KY., WILTj In tht Cnurn of HojIc anil adjoining counlici and In tlmCouttof prmlce Aptli. KY. ATTOIIMiV 1KII KIIMIKKH yoaiAIITCOUllTr, LIHKKTY, MABTEllaON l'EYTON, A 'I J..AW, AT COST. CALL AND BEE AND BE CONVINCED. MJPE m I Kentucky, And ail. Will tirartli- 111 all llr.iilpfinf Joining (ounllci, ami In tb Court of Appeal!. cfvciai attention girru 10 collection!, uraca over II. T. Plrrca'ailoie. fav LUt. HTANKOKD. J. O. OAIti'ENTEn, KKNTUCKY H. Stanford, A Splendid G. Stock of RUPLEY, Fall and Winter Goods, Office oter H.AU H. Iroiu 3 lo 3X and 7 to Ljtle'i itore. Office hour r. u. J. J. WILSON, la3N'X'IT. BTAMFUIID, KY. Willies to Inform his Patrons of Stanford and vicinity Dial ho hasrtcelvnt Offlco and lUilJence, Upper Main HI. HUKOEON DENTIHT, STAKFOnD, KY. South ilds Mala Htreot, two doora sbOTt the Mrere Hotel. 1'ureNltroui Olid Uaa admlnlatsred wbtn required. Offlc LEE P. HUFFMAN, Which he guarantees to mako up in first-clas- s style. Satisfaction guaranteed, or no sale. Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. It. C. MOIIOAN, D. D. U. week Will Dental rooma o'eacli month. from Brit Monday. . InBt. Aupn Hotel, over ate liter a iingui-aSTOCK of fHreilgn. At Lancaster three, week! of each month House, from third Monday Dental rnoini In Manon AND neealgn. I'ure nitrous oxld gau aJiulnUtcred 62 tf when necessary. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. Thousanda of gravel are annually robbed of their victims, Ilvei prolonged, happiness and health re--it ored by use ofthe great 1VWILU mzrs'ViH'v. Lo In Mtanford ona PENNY TheLARGEST & McALISTER, WAT0HES.0L0CKS, JEWELRY SII.VEItWAlti: ROBBED GERMAN IN VIGORATOR! Which pvalttvsly and iwrina neatly cures Initio-frnr- u. (caused XtJ excesses ol any kind,) fir iniaudilldlsei-c- i that follows tial IichA-iii-xi- , sequence of ai lost of energy, kssof memory, universal lassitude, pun In the back, dimness of vhion, premature old age, and many other disease! that lead to raniuiniitlon and a pre- ls (Jend for circulars with mature grave. free by mail. The lKVItlOUATOII la sold at 11 per box, or six boxes for IS, by all diuggliu, or will m sent free by insll, securely ecslcd, on receipt if price, by addressing If. J. CIIKSKT, IIS Adinil llreet, Toledo, Ohio. rJ Sole agent for the United States. St. Asaph GROCERS, aBlocik, Stanford. n, OUR STOCK IS ALWAYS COMPLETE. It ciubraccN Staple mul Fancy l'alont and Family Flour, Jleal, Itiuon anil J.nrtl, Tobacco and Cigarx, U'ood-eWillow and Tin ware, UIiirs and (tnceimuare. Canned GoodH ol all Kinds a specially. Keiiiciuber llio place, "Tlie GrocvrlvH, PUBLICSALE A VALUABLE FARM. Udn (County Court day) between the hours of 10 and ISO acres. 12 o'clock, a valuable larra, cuntilulng all In grass except 10 seres; has on It a comforta Lie dwelling; good lco-- b use and barn.atiout five acrea i iruii appies, iears, piums, cuerrtrs, ac, springs of water; Is wlllilu and five never-fallin- g 2JJ in I lea of Dinvllle and adjolus the firm of Keu-lie- n (.entry on the west, and known as the Walter 'cash- - llance In 4 Fields tract, lerms: One-thir- d ual annual payments, besting 0 percent. Interpaid, and a lien retained est from day ot sale until on tho land for the purchase money, roses-iogiven Jsnuiry 1, 18SJ. T. T. l.AVIUN.S. -t Agent. M MONDAY, NO VEMIIEIt 20, '82, I will offer at public aalelo the highest Udder, door In Danville, ou the Court-llou- Corner Store." tho part of our courts. They havo errod in granting to tho accused so many postponements of trial, changes of vm we, now trials, etc., as to weary out tho witnesses aud secure tho final acquittal of tho guilty by tho death.or removal, or wcariucss of those who could testify. Aud whilo our courts continue this leniency, thoy may ox-ic- ct to too mob law. 1 Tho errors of tho courU havo existed; buti nay, a hundred-folgreater has bectt tho error of our Kx From tho day of his inaugecu live. uration his courso has been a standing invitation to mob law. Any thoughtful man could see that lyuch-lawould necessarily follow such mawk-i- h tenderness toward hardened criminals as has been manifested by tho Executive during tho last three years. IIo has seemed to mako a prominent part of his work to find excutes fur tho liberation of tho worst enemies of pcaco and good order. IIo has succeeded in makiug tho people feel that at present, conviction of crimo does nut ensure tho punishment of tho criminal. , 'lcso words uro not too strongly spoken. Only recently u tnnudiednt his homo in this city, who had been pardoned by Gov. Blackburn out of tho penitentiary. IIo had tho blood of six or eight men on his hands; at length he had ltcen convicted nnd placed where ho could murder no Hut ho got sick, was appar more. ently near to death, aud letl hit family thouhl be tlhijrncal by his death in (ho penitentiary, tho Governor roleasod him Timo and again havo desperadoes been pardoned during tho post three' years, only to recommenco their work of robbery, rapine or murder almost Immediately. Bo far us wo overy lottery dealer, and every gambler that has been indicted in this Htato has been pardonedby tho Govcruor. Tho abuse of tho pardon log power and tho encouraging of crimo havo been carried to such an oxteut that people are bojbm'uuj to feel that tho law no longer protects them. A helpless luuatio was recently murdered by olltcera or employers of the asylum at Auchorago. lias tho Governor taken any Bteiu for tho ro- moval or pnuishment of tho Head of tho asylum who permitted It. lhn man who dclilcrutely murdered Judgo ten-fold A Gkowino Youth. Jean ConuV ist has leen brought to Paris as a medical curiosity.from tho Haute Cao- nc. According to a medical contributor to a Parisian contemporary, this youth, aged 19, took a start on the 17 of May, 1881, being then six feet three the star that fills tho theater to over- inches high, and found ono morning flowing, tho averago receipts would bo that ho had grown ati inch. Every about 8150 for each theater, or $070,-00- 0 week since then he has registered him paid every night fur amusements self, nnd on tho 11th of September this throughout tho United State?. This human bcaustnlk had gained fivo in would mako a total for ouo week of ches; ho grow fivo inches more beforo $1,050,000, or, for tho entire season 20th of January, 1882, and seven of forty weeks, SI 02,000,000, not moro beforo March 15, aud ho now counting matinees. Taking, then, an stands 7 feet 10 inches. All this has l)cou accompanied by great pains in industry that brings iu over in round numbers during tho back, aud ho stoops considerably; but scosou, the neatly dressed men mat since June, it U hia legs only that have aro said to "hang around tho Squaro" grown, and his feet aro already twen London Pall (Union Square, N. Y.) aro tho men ty four inches long. wires and set Mall Gazette. that control or pull tho tho machinery in motion. Theso figA frog fell luto a pail of milk iu a ures arc, after all, but approximate, Connecticut town ono night recently, and neither includes matinees, which and iu tho morning was found sitting in themselves would count 8,100,000,-000- , upon n roll of fresh butter. A local nor docs it iucludo the circus paper says that the sole explanation world, which is not represented on is, that, in trying to oxtricato himself, tho Uialiu. ho had by dilligeut aud continuous strokes of his long legs, churned tho To Tin: Amim Monument. A Georgia paper, tho services of Oliver and milk luto butter. Oakes Ames In connection with tho copying this, says, that a cow iu its building of tho first railway across locality gives milk so rich thajt tho tho United States, connecting the process of milking her turns tho fluid Atlantic with tho Pacific, tho Union iuto butter us fast as it falls into tho Pacific Company aro erecting a gran- pail. $100,-000,0- ite pyramid on tho highest point near Tho monument is now its track. nearly finished. It Is GO feet tquaro at tho basq aud CO feet high, laid up iu undressed red granite, iu u stylo calculated to last for centuries. On tho West side is a medallion bust of Oakes Ames, !) feot high, with tho dato of his birth and death. On tho Not th ia tho inscription . "Iu memo ry of Oakes Ames aud Oliver Amw." Ou tho Hast side the bust of Oliver Ames has yet to bo placed. Tho top is rouuded oil, mid does uot mako an acute untile. Tho cost is said to bo nearly 800,000. Thero will bo no clmngo in tho cut coats this season, exof swallow-ta- il cept that they must bo very tight across the back. Tho conveniences of modern pawnshops aro such that only fit "like do by having n swallow-ta- ll paper on do vail," cnu tho averago mau mako euro that ho is uot suspected of having rented it for the occasion. shoes mado of three of groeu rawhido compressed iu a steel mould aro used to some extent In England. Thoy weigh about a quarter as much as an iron shoe, and are said to wear longer, Homo thick-ucssea. An Awmiess to a Bakuer: "I want a close shave. I am in a hurry. Do not put any oil or grease upon my hair. I never use bayrum or cosmetics. Please comb my hair up nnd back. I do not wish my hair dimmed or cut. I do not want auy hair tonic or skin medicine. I do not want any shampoo or a bath. I have not heard the latest news from Egypt, nor do I want to. I caro nothing for politics, or crimo, or society. I do not caro for stock or market reports. I am not a stranger iu tho city and I uiu not going to tho hall this evening, I am a professor in a deaf and dumb institute, nnd I'm glad of it. Go ahead and shave me." A Baptist church in Brooklyn some weeks ago suspended a railroad president from their communion, because under his orders work was done in building the road ou tho Sabbath day. We commended the act cf susThe presidcut has since pension. professed peuitonco for his sin, and is restored to his former standing iu the church. Nino girls of Wheeling took so mo pictures of actresses in stage costumes to n photographer, and posed as ucar-las possihlo iu tho same attitudes and raiment. The portraits somohow got into circulation in society, anil iho turnout efforts of tho girls' parents havo (ttilotl to gather tho cards in fur Mrs. Drown "Dear mo, Mra. destruction. l Jones, nro theso tall young ladies ro lUli'rtLMnrrh Cure la UVen ally yours ? I had no idea you had It acU illrrctljr "HI lliu Lluad and lliu mudnughters grown up." Mrs. Jones cins mirfce of llie nyateni. l'ric, 7Cc, Stanford. (who is still possossed of considerable Formic ly I'eimy t McAliter, y PENNY 2'oaoio & -- McALISTER DULP.H IN- - DRUGS, ROOKS, STATION KUY& FANCY ARTICLES. rbvslclana' Prescriptions accuratel j compounded. Pharmaceutics! Preparations a specially. RICHMOND it wed; limply pain in corn land or any ordinary land no preparation drive into thejield ami go to tcori feeding. u needed ulert thit implement PLANING every kind of MILLS! I have recently oprnctl In WchmonJ a large anJ complete I'lanlnx Mill, anJ am prepared lo furnish HARROW, CULTIVATOR & SEEDER. Three First-Class BUILDERS' MATERIAL Implements Combined in An imnlemml lint it One. ... I INCLUBIKO MaUno the bed and cheaiM.1 im dement eier vrodueed. tvrycro;)cn7fira(l. .i;,.li. Flooring, WcatiscrboarriliiK, Door, Snath, lllindN, T.atliK, ShiiiKlcH. JIonldliiKH, Mnlr-waj'H, Ac. such aa the ahovo articles can l bouitktln Ixiulsvllle, Cincinnati, or oilier wholo-sal- e liouies, I am aura I csa make It lo joui advantage to pitroulie home Institutions. I am also a practical As I sell at price ARCHITECT, And am prepared to furnish designs and estimates for hulMlugtsod all klud.of scroll work. That I am doing no snisll business, can be Judged froia tha fact that tuy bsuk account runs from JI.&OU to 12 000 per week. Contracting ami hulldlng done promptly and at as55 " v '. (mm Jill ) i rlllPr 1 t. llvlug prices. Address Bulky UarrovaodEetder The AlMou Sprlng-Too- lh Fur text money thin renuircd to obtain a grain drill, tehicn can unly he utiliied in one Mis imjJement can be had, uhich will put in all limit qftmall grain in the xxry beat tmutmr in lest time und with lest labor than the bett. grain drill made. oa, Afflicted, Attention DU.G ANN'S REMEDIES! FOR THE MILLION. MANUKACTUUKU BY W. K. OANN, M. MONTIOELLO. KY. Tho world Is Oiled with the wonderful, beautiful and Intricate Inventions ol nun, yet all th. has evgenius th If CnUrrli Ins detrojl your reruns of couililued talent aud produced it the worldthat can "Oh, yes I I personal attraction) suythlog er kuowu has never Kinell ami hearine, Hall's Catarrh Cure will compare wstb l)r. (I aim's IteiueJIes." Medual I rosltlou of Teeth and Lever while at wotk. wus married ut fifteen, you know to discover have, as yet, aud cure you, 75 etnti per bottle. Druggists skill thingscience to theui, fir th.Isllrd of the 37icjt by dttachimj the Seeder you Aut the bat llurnu in the uuild, vne that mil do euro any wiusl really aell iU And is that young gentleman Aa th.ir in once going oxer the givund tnan an iruinary narrow tn in a amen, betiUtt aomg for which they aro riHuiiiiueiided. virtue, aud usee are praised by thuusands throughvrith mure cane $100hkvauu your son ?" Mrs. Drown, who is also out the leuglb and breadth ol the land, aud aa fatter and I expossessed of ditto, ditto, ditto "Yes, I oflered for any cane of Catarrh that can't Utantlard Faiullr Medicines, thty cannot stronghe ctire.1 with Kali's Catarrh Cure. Taken celled, au I ar. fully suhatautlatod by the est leatlmoulals. a I was married at twelvo l" internally. Price, 75 cent. uls-es- hSCr inure tue vuk vui whom are you tolling the bell ?" uskod a gentleman of a sexton ," in n country village. "For Mrs. was thu renlv. "What I" said the gentleman, "she is uot dead I " "Not dead I Then I have told a lie I" "For Wo continno to aetaasolicltorwfor for Uheumallsiu, Neuralgia, Kpratns, Diktat's and Wi MsiKAiiJ iHi'H paten tti, canals. Dwelliugt-a- u external sppllrsllou for luiu or A man who fell out of bis bed iuto beast, trade-marl- s, eojiyrigUU. tc.,wr the aisle of a Pullman carand skinned ! tho Uultwl KUtcs, andto obUiupat-eu- U IImo Dr. Gann'ri "ZStmESPSri ir:Z5Si--iaSytL.'i-- 'Iu Canada. KiisUntl, mucs hia knee, is now claiming that he was Uetmany, and all oilier countries. Puslllou of Ttwlh aud Lever vbllo not Iu use, Ht'iuorrholJs, Uncus, Fistula aud all rttlrfyalx yernV practice. t9 Tor I'llea, diseases), lamofroni his berth. Governor BlackAfter planting your crop, by removing three teeth you can thorougUy pulvcrite the toil, cvllirule similar cbargo for onmlnatloa of wodola or uraw. do. and detlroy tht veedt in two row tf torn at a time, a thing that no ether cultiivior burn has refused to pardon him. IDK. AUV1CO VJ luwiim tawuta obtained tlirounb ua aro notlcod la Uhu Dr. Oaim'H IMIu Dial incut. Aifirtt ttated, hat it an implemeat that can be tuctl in every mp cullnated und one that it AMKIIaCAK, MhlcU has) Yaruurt, come and see it, get a mm-pi- c Himplo-mtud- cd in none by any other impleinent;durable and iiiiijJe. John Wesley, when tho NCIICiTIVlU Tor Fnwh Cuts, Hums, Ulcers aud Old Bona, tuo laTBcwt circulation, and U tlio liiosUntlu-ontl- al and try it 1 it doe-- t nut do ahat tie claim for it, ut do not want your money, uowanapor oflta kind lmblUhouTiu tbo preaching against riches, said, "To ct IlUtvr-Svreworld. Tbo adt auUgca of snch a notice overy Umo Dr. Ghhii'h GEO. D. WEAREH, Agent, Ky. rido in a coach hero ami to get to pateutoo undoraUmU. Oliitmcul. 11. II. W&UIKN, Ayl., JluhumJ, Ky. W. and uplciidldly illustrated nows- Wri'JIKRS, Ayt.. JjaneaUer. Ky TnUlsrgo heaven hereafter" is almost too much paperlspuuuanou i Vho Ilr.Oaiia'rTrTieHiHcli DUterN OllMiN A WILLIAMS, Aott., lliutowiUe, Ky. inh U a.fmlttod to be tho beat luptr dovoted fur any man to ask. Hon. T. B. Montgomery'! Testimonial. I kaxt ctdtitatedmy eivp of torn thit xamm triVA tht and Bluud Purifier, A UellsUeToulc. Apiwllser to science, mechanics, iuveutious, iiuuiuoerlug Liver work, sud other departmental of ludustrUl aud also rures lijparp.la. ludlgesllou, iiodtral Albion Combined Cultitator, Harrow und Seeder und run auy uithout htiitation that it it tht led Chicago girls aro meeting relleo progretis, puuuanou in anv country. Hluiilo Ouiunlalot. Vlalailal r.sera sod all harrow or cultivator I halt ertr teen, dm iJoa ten acret of corn a day uith all eat. It duet it Diseases. Mauulsctur.il aud lor aaie by JAui It Muntyomtiy, uork perfectly, und lean thecrfully tecomuund it lo myfarvierfrtendt lions ou tho size of their feet with the copies by null, W wts. Sold by all uews3D., IC. Addroaa. Munn A Co.. publisher) of Bcleu remark: "Oh my shoes aru a milo too tow grain with thu fneder no tvira Aaa( in H'(Uired to clean it fivm flth ut thu u all ivni KoW Uflo Auiorfcan, aoi llroadway, New York. rAII urdeis oprletor. Moulicello, Ky aS-big for mo." by the di tier vitlwut tlunng or getting offhu noil, by wall villi rWt pluiupt alleutlou Jtsudbook abuut patents mailed free. PUB Br tI Kor Coughs, Colds, Troup, llroochltls, Consumption aud all Dlsoaseaa ol the Thnut aud Lungs, Uhu Ur. Gaiui'M CoiikI Sjrnp. ure. For Llvrr Complslul.Dy.pi'psIa, IndUestlou Jauii. dice, Coustliatloii, Mour blomach and all llllloui Diseases, BM 10' .aarBH Due Dr. Uiinn's I.lver I.liilaienl. Stanfsrd. inj-- l W. GAlTCr, 21. STTS.lTOXeE), ICY. Tuosilay Morning, November W. P. WALTON, 14, 1882 EDITOR is hut litllo now lo toll about tUo election., ns later reports onljr confirm tho yU'l tMinga of Jnsl laauo mid incteaio llio ilcmocratio mnjori-tirin New York, Pennsylvania, Indiana and other .States that have been oMalc going republican. Wo will havo tho next Houeo by fully CO rim jority, while Bomo estimates fix it much. higher. Tho Bcnnto will stand Tn run s 38 republicans, 30 democrats and 2 Mahonitcs, tho latter being only able to lieGho body by voting with the democrat; It is a significant fact that of tho members of tho Houso JFOK NAIVE! Committeo on Commerce, tho com Johnson made at him with an open knife -- Col. It J. Wliil raid to D. Trib'ila when he was shot. Mr. Lmter Is a quiet A well lniirote.t MOUNTAIN FAUM, contain. mittco which prepared tho River and dwell nf itlNi: IIDNIIItKII Al'UKX. wth good citizen, engaged in Ihe mercantile busHarbor Hill, Chairman I'age and 19 head 1,000 lb. citlle at about 6 cent'. an.l imneaixltlnereMry oullmlMlngi cil Orchard, Large rates of corn ha-- e been made in iness at Mill Springs and notwithstanding In (Isrrinl eountr. Kr .ill miles from Crab Orrh Me88ra.tItichard8on, Chandler, While was the own- in self defense ftl.wlll lie SIJ cheap, Clark at 2, 52 and $2.50 delifered. It the shooting in done wlioly inquiry clearly er Is annul to'nssgi In on nay terms, ssApply on Uueu other the court of as the proof mule Row havo been defeated for Ins preinlaesAr lie letter to ia worth attout $2 25 delivered here. showed, still it is a matter of regret among tli:o.ll.PAlTi:.N, Crab Orchard, Ky. Messrs. Townseud of Ohio, ridding Thurmond weighed the hog his Inends Hint ho was compiled to resort McLano yesterday which be bought last Spring to such extreme measures. Johnson ia Ward of Pennsylvania, and I Mrs. Kate Dndderar, his condition is still living, though I of Maryland, were not renominated. and which were plegeil on the 10th of considered critical. I lcrn ailCa.Sa-- r aitrrv, Johnson is hear I Stanford, Kentucky March, anj found thnt they pulled the a native of Garrard county. that Of tho fifteen members of tho combeam at each. When he got tin in Is dally reeelrlnenew sod If.utlful Millinery mitteo tho only ones returned to tho "PRAISE THE LORD." tloodsof everri!evrlptlnn-Terylhlngtho the sow unci 11 pigi only weighed 130 lb. styles, ami no lady who Intrnda buying any18lli Congresi is Hoar of Michigan, Nov. 8, 1882. NonYiun,Co.NN., thing In her line ahouM fall to call on her Prices Another R. R. Meeting. rar Interior : as low ss llis loweaU Mhelt thankful lor pat laWashburn of Wisconsin, Ooorgo of rs and hotica lor Mollis A repertahlo number of enthusiastic Talk of autumn tints I The linls of Myers has ebstgeoltheir continuance. Mrs. depart- of Wisconsin, Oregon, Guenthcr the citlrers met the City Council the other Connecticut a lar exceed in glory of gold lucnw wnicn l,a sumcieni guarantee inai ucr cusTtonmin of Texas, and Herndon of and crimson Ihe other place that I know, tomers will CuJ no cause for complaint. night, and after a number of speeches fathe Alabama. There is warning in this voring the offering of evcrr facility to the as Italian skies (soother travelers tell) are a skieJ, less fivored. deeper blue than have only to show proposed road from here to Nashville, the A friend took tne in his buggy to tlie top and tho democrats wisdom, moderation and foresight and following resolution were untnlmously of Wanseko bill, three mile out of town, from which cne can see lor twenty mile Main .St., Nliuironl, Ky. intisi on a radical reduction in tho adopted : around. And u:h a sight one can hardly Rfsoi.VEI) by the City Council of Stanand we out of New England. Succeasite hills governmental expeuscs, a full ford, That we us a body heartily favor the (almost mountains) as far a the eye could completo revision of tho iniquitous building of the proposed ltitlroail from reach. A pleasing variety of wild and JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'B. Richmond Junction to Nashville, and war tarifl and a civil scrvico reform pledge ourselves, to contribute to that end cultivated lands; the loreliestvillage (4 of them) peeping cosily out of groves of for- OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 that will lw one in truth as well as in every aid, material or otherwise, within est trees, a white as paint and lime could in our power and legitimate province make tiiem: pretty farms like picture in name, to sccuro tho presidency DAY. ItESOt.VElf further, That the Presiding rustic frames; and over all the bright glory BOARD, 92.00 1884. Tho great revulsion of public Judge of the Lincoln County Court ia re- of Autumn, vegetation, like the dying dol scutiment that awept tho country in quested to call together the County Court phins, putting on its gayest garment to Special Accommodation to Commercial id county to medt on the 4th day of die in, a if it knew it would come out alTravelers. 1874 waa repeated last weok ou a rf December, 18S2, to take into consideration right in the Springtime. O, thank God for it tho the propriety of guaranteeing to said con- the resurection, that every thing about ns larger and grander scale and Baggage Transferred Free of Charge templated Kiilroad, free right ol way democracy does not allow its famous and free depot groundsa In and through said teaches so clearly, if only we will stop long enough to see it. I have recently taken charge of this house victory to give them an county. The outlook from our bed room window and intend to have Resolved.- That this Board..when It. ad- - is quite plcturetque, although we are in .. its nominee in 1884, likoTilden t accommodations. journx. adjourn to iuel on tne mgm oi the heart of the city. Across the little irinHH7G, cau carry tho country from tlieothilay or Uecember, lo consiu-e- r regular space made by the junction of five and determine what the City of Stan streets, we can see the Yantic River above one end to tho other. Stanford Female College. ford ran and should do to further this en the passenger and ratiroac oridges, mi read Kentucky is to have two Repub terprise. ing ont into a small lake, before it shrinks STANFOHIr, KY. into the narrow, rocxy channel higher up lican Congrefsmen instead of one as GARRARD COUNTT. On the opposite bank rum the Vermont R Culbcrlson was elected at present. Lancaster. R, every train beautifully doubling Itself With a Full Corps of Teachers, No Ice has been gathered here this in the clear water and vmule lor nearly over Hurt by nearly 2,000 and White half a mile of a perfect curve. On the Tbla Institution will open lta Thirteenth Eeslon lay 8 Adams low under 1,414 majority. Winter. ( Don't be "oneasy." She's coming bluff above, the pretty villa of the "West on tbe 2d Monday In September next. Ed.) Side" set off the picture. The beautiful This results from teveral causes. In ALL THE BRANCHES OF A The Catholics of the community have home along Washington Avenue, which the first plnca an nssinino legislature purchased n lot on Richmond Street ofT the lies next the Yantic, have sloping lawns to fixed tho districts bo thnt four at least Tate property on which to build a church, Ihe water' edge, for back premises. Itoats THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE of course, are not lacking. and r Are taught, u well as aro uncomfortably close. Tho Tlie improvements lo the Methodist Skiffs, private property and for MUUIU, TUB LANQUAaEH. DHAW-INtroubles 'fcecured tho defeat of Church are nearing completion and it hire, abound on the liver. AND PAINTINO. out in Hurt; who'was held responsible a3 a promises to be one of the neatest churches to Railways branch Boston, every direction, to Vermont and Worchester and for the blunders of his par- in town. democrat Montreal; to New York, to Providence, It. The case against Fountain Tankeralev ty. Malt Adams is not tho man bo for wife poisoning was called for examina- I. and other points I wot not. It is lively In Tuition, price raugs from f2S to ISO In th enough in arrivals and departure day and regular IteputuenU. I'rlmary, lli; Intermediate, usetjto( be. He has lost bis grip and tion before Judge Walker Thursday. night, to suit the most resiles. 111); Preparatojy, f to, and Colfeglate, ISO. do not regard Tankersley waived examination and went Norwich diflers from any place I have the people of the district ever seen in this. In five minutes walk N. him as one of their number. There to ja.il to await the action of the Grand S. K. W., from our boarding house, I can For full particulars, as to Board, Ac.adJreaa HltN. H. V. THUKHKAKT. I'rluclnl go to a dozen places, wild as tbe Adlron-dackwill still lie nino democrats in the Jury In February. Stanford, Lincoln C.. K and all within the city limits, liros. The marriage of Mr. James C. HempKentucky delegation, all tho other one of our cleverest youn men, to Tinker and Fellows (Cong, minister and a hill, district electing them by good majori- Miss Bailie Curry, one of the most amia- "prince of good fellows" pun and all) and I while Wolford's is over 2,000. ble as well as most beiutiful of Garrard's wentchestnuting only this morning, into as ties, wild a pla:c as Rreathitt co. could furnish, We give as best wo can tho result of fair daughters, will lake place at the where every naked boulder i liable to city TSKill'KT LlKIUaTMICST. Orricc np CourraoLLKK op tiik CLaatxcr, tho'votn in this district. Tho returns Christian Church Wednesday at 10 o'clock. tax for lying where it doe. The fact is WaauiiKiTOK, Uctolier t, ISSz. About three weeka ago a man with the that Norwich is built over a great space, Wlltaicaa, Dy satisfactory evidence presented to from tho Everglades of Floridn come and for Ihe most part around the base and Iheuniiemgneij, u naa ncen tuaue lo appear that the in'fas'ler than from our mountain air of a gentleman came to Mr.Jno. II. Ar- ou the side of crags whose crest and edge nold's with the avowed purpose of buying remain a when the Indians roamed over counties "First National Bank of Stanford,' 2--I u 216-IIh- . 1st-e- at -t Msntus-MskioK S'J-- tf news of Wolford's election reached u. The Heaven, freni whence I look for the LORD The for Inlon official vole liilhls county stands thus: Jean.)'' Phil a.20 service srs still a hope, and rather a Wolford 81)0; Can 7C0. Utile Henry, son of Geo, W. and Mary "trembling" one, Just now, for the tnnt InFleiiiniliigdiedTntirsday night of rcarletl-n- a. fluential minister in town alts down hard Yisleiday afternoon as ihe burial pro on the proosillnn. and the rest are lukecession was ittisslng Ihe ford bridge scroes warm Wiled a New England flee school the creek on the way to tho cemetery, one with Ilro. Fellows, IhU morning. Whsl a Hut I of the sills gave way precipitating the enmarvel of trslnW we wltr.essed 4 tire parly lo the ground. Mrs, Mollie cannot describe. We are a hundred year O Hall, Mrs. Bailie tjlephenson ami Col. I. behind the Yankees on the educational n N. SLepcrd were slightly bruised, the rest question. On some other points, as many ahead, hver in Jeus. escail unhurt Rev. Johnson, n very a'llhclic colored Pro. O. lUnHia pay-ro- ll barber located here some weeks ago, and afDucklen's Arnica Salre. ter espousing a handsome mulatto matron S Cuts, Unities, The hett salve In the worM of thiscllv.boueh! a horse on a creditor J d W. Cbfley, hired a vehicle and harness Of dotes, Ulcrs, Halt ItliMoi, Ferer form, Tetter, J ames 1 uggle and started on a urmai lour Chspped llamts, t'lilltiltlns. Corns, snd all Vktn to Cincinnati, intending to leave Ihe outfit Eruptions, ami piwlllvely eures piles. Itlsiuar- at SomerselnndtakeMietrainat that point. snteeJ to (Its entire sstlifsclloii or money retund This was re"eral weeka ago, but so far he l. Price WrenlirKT lioi. For aala lij Penny A has failed either to put In an appearance McAlltter. B In this section, pty for the horse or return A General Stampede. tho vehicle or even leave them at Somer RELIGIOUS. Never was such a ruth ln.ls for any tru( nllteneM set. His religions pretentions, Klore as It now at Penny A MeAllitsr'a for a Trial A protracted meeting will begin at the ami IiIkIi moral tone render him well calcit llultle of Dr. King's New DlaeoTery fir Gomunip- ISsptist church next Mondny night. The lated to impose on other communities. Pas tlon, Otmihi snl 0M. All persons srflteled with him around. pastor will be aviated by Iter. If. A. Tup-pe- r Aitlims, llroneliltlt, Hoarseness, rkver Cuugbi, Mr. U. Lanier shot a man named Johnnfllio Throat and Lungs, ean get of Ilarrodalmrg. SerTlce both morn- son at Mill Springs on the day of the elec- orsny alTn-tloa Trial lioltls of Ihli great remedy free, by rilling ing and night. The public la cordially in tion. It is reported that Johneon was at at alnre Drug Store. tempting to cut Robert Lanier, a brother of vlled to attend. IliickVWIlli a knife and when U. attempted to separate them and ouell the difficulty LAND, STOCK AND CROP. ordered from tho Kbliiit House for Prc tiers not In keeping will) a pern of mb!lo propriety. Tlie grand Jury of Boyd county sil jonrncd Saturday without taking any c lion In reganl to the Ashland troubles, It being Impossible to set at the facts In tlie short time at their disposal. Judge Ilrown lis. cnlleil a aclal term of the Circuit Court for January 2, 1833. Tho Islington Guards linye all stcneil for their rerf'cc during the tho Ashland campaign. I'malci got $9, noncommissioned officer! $10 and commtndnn-e$1.1 each. Tho Islington officers Guard pet In ll'o iggrecalo loiit $330. The whole campaign, counting In pay, transportation and subsistence, coat tin Transcript BlRte about $8,000. hol BRUCE, WARREN & CO. ATTiii:"TmFi.o:vm" C CD SIBQBSOg. M ss XG CLAP TIDINGS Road Carefully tho Following Slaloinoiit OI' NTU1IIIOHX TAOTN TIIK I'lltM OK ss3 srBg 2.u m. . o rr j y r. n .u jj. i r Q P p r- : fr IJ m gj-q ZZ CO - Welsh, Wiseman Will be dissolved January & Co., law S 4gp cd3 O DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, QkP THE ISKXT 40 lVTfts;, And to accomplish In vie t, I'M, una meiaher, at lent, of Ihe Arm having iletennlned TO tit) of Ibis change, we propose la ckne out our thrk In this, will dispose of It At MiIn Very Many Gasos Under Cost. We have from tll.OOO to 110,000 In New and J!.siijiIIc ITnll ami Winter this wsy 1ou(In Itenietnber It li not the I thst wssre trying tod la. Tosarillleeln iitsslk ol poaeor, bultrmwho'oofhr far 1IIK I.AIKIMT AIIII If ANIMUMr HTDCK In Danville, rees tlr and almost all unbrolen. In D eat purrhaail In the basltrn Msikels all our Mors are compk-fllK.li we have a lanretloek of Plain and Hrocade Velveia. natlntanj Mlks, htwudar tlollH.C.hmfrea, Ae., In I he newest snd moai desirable shades, tkiinplele lloeaof llialery, 11 es' and (I nils' I'reltr-wea- r and I ancy ImIi generally. Tbe largest tn I moat complete stuck of gls S"g& o Zi U ? 2oo k- k (Of fiS a 3Br-- h ft D s OF SB L. Q a k 2. mj o FtJP J. I'Iuiii-cIIihI 'Will AhIbiiInIi All Klrgmt line ol Oiriwla tt tlenU'Cluths. L'aaalairMan. II Us at a pjalllrs nianutacturert' pile a. Ths VKIlY CHUICrW tlyleeand iuallllea ef tailors. Cot Ions, Bh.illiig', l I fir the in wne-- t. You wllledeet an hum-n- ss saving on every tllpghams, Ac , ..t prices hitherto thing you buy. We will make NO WKW AltJIUNTil.only our old friend. -l- ile.1 and true," wh.m we know to be sill edge and prompt, will ws credit until January 1st Our have been IKIUtlllT Atour butineat must Ut wiwlid uii In the neat ft) tlsyi sll Mill CASH ami MU.tl' HlltSlI CA-I- I. who oweossre eameatly reueird to call snl settle. Ikto'l throw away thisepKrlunlly of laying In your supplies at prices FA It IlKMIW sny offrre.1 herrloforo. LuialcH'Hiiil ClilltlroirMNIiocM Whoiriretbem at gU CD Ul pS P h fTl 03 S 9f 93 & " ST.ASAPHHOTEL p ffP FT eA awo S a 01 2&0 s m J I e- 2 ff jd Qi ui O m P0 P CD WELSH, UISILUAA fc VO. xn j- us "p -w era rt MO 0 P" CD lvrr. A CQ in O CD 1 a s n o f" o SB It o ti P" c a ss U ANNOUNC'MENT fto? SW -- CD PER 8 o DO 5- m pP s- tt P tMst. CD o pi 4Q o pOq CD ") m first-cla- ss la, pru 3ts m rgp. tt x 0 2.w CO a oo Ul p p" r M CD 0 i :XS.: o rs m 2 p CO t P O4 CD O 0 S-- GHENAULT, H3S. i Ul O" 5 m otJ P - o o 0 4 f. lu lT- -t "O O Ul SEVERANCE & GO. Hutu JiinI roovltiMl it tj- 2 ? 1 gS-SaOta P'w rTi S CD p t- a f O p-- p pO 2 a hi &b o Ki lui-K- tt Mlocli f-- -o P CD Ash-iand- boat-bouse- sail-boat- O op.5 M S PP Ul CD 5 Ul o rw lk o " I 0 FALL AND 1IVINTER DRY GOODS, c TERMS MODERATE. o n o gO (a e 1 ao to -t P j"' P c CD M.v" PO nsroTioasrs, First National Bank. K5o pr 2 5PD. M e -s 3 CD rx CD P U Mgw . Klirt (S. J 1J CD 8 CD go P A Ct- - I sat ui 03 in i ui Sg m J-'- Qh OOUNTIIH. flarranl..... Jackson.. Jessamine Audersun- -. Hoyle,. .. tics 573 "Hi "f'T CXI 10W 1SS7 no 733 laurel... l.lDnln...... Madleou Ml Mercer Owsley. lbiiktaslleM..v . ... MS 614 lUi 119 bhclby Totals. Majority. . 5M 13)4 8)15 IHW C4I0 .... one or two couuties we givo the majorities in tho absence of the totnl vote. It will be seen that with Ons- loy and Jackson to hear from, Thump son's majority is 1505; too great to bo overcome by those counties e en if they are held back to sco how much is needed to dclaro Littlo Phil defeated. In his farm. He gave his name as Geiger, and said he was from Ohio. After staying at Mr. Arnold's a day or so they succeeded in trading and Mr. Geiger started btck to Ohio to make arrangements to pay for his farm. Mr. Arnold brought him to town In his buggy and the day being tidily Home of the family loaned him a heavy nhawl which he waa to return br Mr. Arnold. Just before reaching town he was afraid the train might leave him and he got out of the buggy and took a near road to the depot, Arnold did not know at the time it was Ids own shawl by which Geiger waa protected and they parted with man 7 good wishes for the welfare of each other. Ar nold discovered his loss when he reached home, but supposed bis property would be returned in a few days. As nothing has been beard of Mr. Geiger he is satisfied that he has been imposed upon and warns everr one against a gentlemanly old fellow llghtlr pilsled on the right side, wearing a grey suit supplemented by a grey shawl. Julaski coumr. Somerset. A very interesting meeting has been fn progress at Soule's Cnapcl, this county. Twenty-onadditions up to date. Judge J. E. Cosson of this place was married to Mist S. A. Hawkins, at Point llurnsido last Thursday, The happy cou ple took the train IraiuedUtely for this city where a grand reception was given them. There was a row between the whiten and blacks at Tateville a few day ago. The whites used pistol hile the negroes used stones. No one was seriously hurt. Sev eral ol the whites were atruck with stones. Thejunlor editor of the Hepullican i decidfdly indisiosed this weeic, the cause being tho depressing return from all nver this district Ife made a desperate light NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, for Carr, but tils', found that he had been Milton tod Samuel Hodge, colored, wauling his sweetness Uoii the desert air. were hanged at KuoxTllle, Temi , Friday, WAYNE COUNTT. In for the murder of their brother Uonticello. Keptrmber, 1881. Mr. Looinl report the prosiect for Lee, Illooui A Cj, of Louisville, oil at Ihe Otter Creek wells uiulIi better. wholmale liquor dealer', have made an Mr. Corinlha Uankln had a severe hemorrhage from Ihe luri j oleiday . She algnuient. Liabilities, $70,000; assets, doing well now. Came, ahrinkageof good and Ina- is The above dale reminds iu that this bility lo colltct outstanding debt. day &2 year rgn correspondent twgan Cleveland's majority for governor of New York having reached 200,000 and continuing to climb, it is moved and seconded that his election bo declared unanimous. Folecr seems to havo been left so far out in (ho cold, that thcro is danger that ho will freeze to death. It i. well ho did not resigu tho Secretaryship of tho Treasury elso no ono could havo been found so poor as to do him reverence. He mid Arthur are emphatically dead canines in tho pit. e ThefB via "k"?,' BatunUy night. It began In The ollicial vote of Wayne county la Lee A Malleoli's livery (table. Then it J.'W majority fur Wolford for Congrcs. ImmI option curled by an overwhelming Kprtad lo John lluckley'it residence and to majority In this precinct, It also carried the Major Opera house. The low Is $100, in Mill Springs and Sinking districts. Th democrat here are highly ilsltd 000. Houk ha pulled tlircmjli in the Sec- over ilie succt' of lbs party generally and in the elec'iou of ol. Wolford, ond Trnritt Diatricl. Ilia constituent eXtiallt the lepubliraiM were confident of Carr' rrfuaed In U'llrve that bu ever saw the In- election Mild were making preparations for Hid of a ralab mwu in Waahinglon, or Waal a grand Jolificatlon about Ihe time the dlrtruu fire at Frank-for- t, his jour trrrt-stia-l P O them after deer and bear. Another ride with another brothei, in- In Uecltf ol StiolorJ. In Ilia ctunlr of Lincoln n s troduced me lo the "Mohegan reservation" and 8 ateuf Keuluckr, bu complied will all tha B 3 er B t millions of tho a tract of land lying along the Sheluck-e- t mates required tolUmwd Mstutes of the United lie coiuplled wllhtHforean saao about five mile long by two widt, where elation shall be authorised to commence tbe of banking: families of Indians, about twenty-fivtherefore, I. John claiming to be Mohegan (or Mohican), ol How,Currency, do herebyJay Knox, Comptroller certify that the "First tbe still are settled. The social position of NallonalllankifHIaof.iid.ln thetltTof Hunford, I, those is about like that of our freedmen. In the county of Lincoln snd tilate of Kentucky, as banking, They are very oor farmer, and the most authorize.luty commence the bualneas of and sixty-nihundred provided teuton of their reservation is still in forest. of the lKTlMdHlalutesotthe United Htates. In testimony whereol, witness luy bsnd snd seal Small, untidy farms, und homes in striking this 4th day of October, 1SSJ. contrast with Ihe neat New England premJOHN JAY KNOX, ises, so constantly seen, tell that they are Comptroller of the Currency. I No. 2,788. not of Ihe thrifty race that landed from J. rt. IIockks, President, the Mayflower. Part of their land have J. W. alcAMSTia. Cashier. been sold and alienated and all will eventJell J. McltungaTa, AssL Cashier Trading ually go to the "pale face." Cove, la a historical point on this reservation, where the whites and Indians used lo meet periodically, in the olden tune to barter peltries, rum, powder and blanket. deed., I will They have a neat church anil a good school Aa Administrator of Michael Cloyd, on sell at hts late residence, house and are fairly educated. Hut they will be Indians to the end of the chapter, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1882, poor creature. Your reader are not aware, perhaps, 1 roaJater or coach Horses, one that more than half the pistol used in Tlirm No. yearling Mule, s good brood Mars bred old Mule. in Norwich. lu Wilkes, Jr., 7 fat lloga,ie&hoats, I Hows and this country are manufactured shock, 230 bis Corn bix pistol factories are located here, lhey Tigs, 1 Cows. 3 lleirers, Including a KoodIn Wsgon, Farming Implements, turned out 31,000 revolver of all kind in new Albion seeder, McCormack Mower snd ltesp-e- r. October last. Poor country, this of ours Hay Hake, I'lows, Uear, Ac., set or double nearly uew.Hulkey, 8 slacks of Hay, alai S between Ihe whisky of Kentucky that put tacks of llayon farm of tbelale John Cash, bulk the devil into men, ana the pistol or Maid of Wheat, a tladdle nearly naw and a gold Watch, Connecticut, that enable the devil to do Tksus: Sums of 110 snd under, cash; oeer that percent. amount, n credit ol 6 mouths, bearing mi much mischief through drunken men on notes with good security. An upper and a nether millstone, enough Interest,also rent th- - Farm on which Michael Cloyd Will lived. Contains 1CI Aires of well Improved, well lo crush the life out of any nation. Ye I know that whisky Is harmless if it ia not watered and very productive land. W. 11. W.OYD, Aduir, swallowed. And pistol also if not loaded w W B. Persons owing tbe estate will please tat- S 3 p1 and fired. Of ourse men, who do this are tleN. oure, and thoaelo whom It It Indebted will CDP at caO PM-lo blame. Is there any other blame, tho' 7 tile their claims, proiierly alteale.1, for paviuent, W.B.CLOVIJ d Ah. that lathe question. I doubt if It will Ix, fairly answered this side the great lodgment seat. Morality aside, a pistol J &- -" CD factory I a powerful triumph of mechanical art. The most insignificant cut of the numerous ones In a revolver requlies a delicate machine as well as powerful to uiake It. Every room Is filled with row of machine doing this work of mullitud inous details, all driven by steam. The t mK gentlemanly proprietor of the Hopkins, Allen A Co. factory took u all over hi r tahlishment, patiently explaining everr thing. An adjoining factory for nickel" plaling was also an object of great interest and kindly exhibited by Ihe proprietor, "U O kal (Jen. Aiken. The election is over, and I am right glad or II. Whether the country Is saved nr lost, I do not know. I only know my congregation was sadlf thinned by absentee attending caucuses and mass meetings. Tbetlieat luJIau Ierb ItemeJy fur alt Diseases ol I be ClertJ men attend these polilicil taurines regularly ind defend the custom, 1 preNiouittcli, sume it I' elsewhere as in Norwich. The I(ltliuy,nlilu Hiitl lUtjed. ffl pj Church and State go together, with a ven- Cures the most obstinate and lnvetrate forma ol g o O geance In New England. Tlii will shock IHrraw arising from Disordered Hotrellont, lu pure Wood snd wsut of toueln therJystem. Keulucklans, as it allocked me at first, but Ihe UlooJ.lt familiarity with the thought and hearing It Ilegulatoa the Uoweli, It I'urlllesDigestion. rSi-CAtttou lbs Klduejs.lt 1'rouole arvuuient In favor of It have already robbed it nf so much of lis ugliness that I .1 Hitfr, ririmtiitt Heinetly, feel a little demoralized on Ihe subject, though not essentially changed in opinion, Prepared by H. H. BAKNE8 & CO., Lexington, ky. PRAISE THE LORD. For myself, I HcltolixarsA Hrauu, Atta., Stanford, Ky still say with Paul, "My olitic I In i lu Mold by Druggists everywhere. -- i 8p -o e V D s- ct 4 iP O CD IT -- . Dr ft) en i. P pi SqH pip M CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, i "TC BQQ P. 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 goods. "We invite the public generally to come and inspect our goods and learn prices before buying elsewhere. MH boat-ne- as e fifty-on- e ne ADMRS SALE. 1 THE BOOKWALTER lHHtTAI.IYK ElVCJIIVE. SAVE AND DURABLE! a liar-nea- a, 1 SOME 3,000 IN ACTUAL USE. In racl.lhera Is nuKuglue that oiua It for I'rlm Hlmnlliliy. Durability anl Just THE ENtilSl. ut Drive tollable Work. 1 It la B 2 M-t- iff b nP" P P. g4 P .iw O CD PRINTING PRESSES CORN SHELLERS, Wood Nu.vn, lilevalorn, BBalBniJj I Mi W Cotton GiiiN, O BBaaXULaeVfVka IVcmI Mills, BLOOD ft S r. & Coin HI i 1 In, Cron merles, at p S 2 Jtf.- K3t)Kb,' VSrf. - 'sBslKiv Ha--J aaHrrtB5!ia -- Way l'rcsNi'N, Xn.l.tN, clc. t, JP ChII hI IJicr, 3 p rogo ct- - We say to all purchasers that we guarsulee our lloukwaller Kugliirslu be well auj substantially made; lube .ale, simple, durable and complete In construction, lu work well and give the full power claimed wbeu properly attached aud mauagel Wemakethe alaiveguaraulee, aud sail on tbe follow lug coudltlona. via will glie Ihe purchaer Ihe Dial SUdayt after tbu airlrel of the tuglue to give It a fair aud satisfactory trial. In late the Knglne falls luiouienplonur guarantee, we will lake baik Ihe Kngluo, refund every dollar leielved on the tuglne, provNid ihe purihasrr rslurua the Lnglueto hla lica rea railroad station, aud leaves H euhjrtt to our order by the ciuesol said 3V days' trial. Certainly no luauiould a k for uorolibsral oiler and crntrat 1'uwer huglus aud Holler Tower hnglue and llolfer . .... 1'ower nglue aud Holler ...m- -, I'oeer llgln and Holler Delivered ou cart at Hprlugtleld, The Interior JouriiHl Olllcu Hiitl bvcuuu of tho tloilrHblo I.mkIui'm In opertillun. Itviiicuilior ocry ICmkIhu litits oiirKiiHrautev. llt'Htl lit ar2.g.J D iSHSSKjarl1 iji'llorae LOOK AT OUR PRICES: .. ..... ,... . u ..... It 10 2u W Ml IM 00 4tU Ml lor further lufoiiuallou aud deacrlptlvepamphlel, addreat the luaoufacturen, ua tr Ohio JAMl'.N M.rri:is V CO., Nprliiulleltl, Ohio. Stnu-Mtdilnltriorlou- Clo to the "Twin Front." Nrw Urtft Utotka and Dolrmna A I .A run: al Cite QT7V.N-3r03RI3- , ICY. naiill, Fcf rranre A CnV Tuesday MoniltiK, Novembor L4 " variety nf cook atoves, healing Owa-le14, 1882 store and grate Jul received by A. Low price. ff. tOCAL TIME CARD. 10 . I'sawnger trtlni North " 4. M. M Mouth-.- .. 2 M P. Mr. W. It Oaiwon offer III dwelling and liiiIne house for rent for llio next year. Call on or address him at Stanford. LOCAUMICCS. Hur l'eniijr A McAllaler. lluv your ammunition of all klmla from Mnlloliertit ft Nlajtj. Nw Mock of Jewelr and Mlmware at I'enny A McAIMer'a. Watciiek, Clock snd Jewelry repaired nd warranted bjr Vtnnj ft McAllatcr. Fall lot of filler' Klioos Just reielr. Hi ami for Mle it J. II. AH. Jf. HlianW. Htaniuiii. BIiki Music, Vocal and In. IrtlmenUl, for 10 cent at I'ennr A McAl I'AIN-Mo- Otm rair.Ni 'Squire John Ilalley was presented lant Friday with a boy by hi wife, who I doing "aa well as could be ex peeled." nine-poun- You had better call on II. C. Ilupley and get your Winter suit, aa the season reema lo have set In in earnest. He keep pnly the be I good and charge reaonable "yotirs I coming too" Sometime they were laughing and at other appeared to be price. Did not see Charley with knife out mad Canned (Iooih. We carry the largeat nor did I tell Dr. Fowler in presence of Clay Goocii that Charley had a knife up and most select stock of canned good in later'. the city, and are prepared to offer extra hi sleeve. l'nANK ur.Ut Meant Charley say ..ami.: stock of Window Glass, all size. Inducement by dnzen or case. California something about coffin and Kd. re pile, " Double thick glass for llower tilts. 1'ennt good a specialty. McAIIter A Ilright. have already ordered yours." Jloth were A McAll.ter. lauchlni; and In suod humor. Did not Hpkciai. Juikie, T. W. Varnon, decided hearsinglmt but might have occurred. The JL'st received a new lotof cloaks for ! Uic and clillilrrn and a fine lot of Do I in the esse of Gray v. Hill, brought from boy were friendly Some of the girls uiatia. J. II. AH. II. HllANKt). Marlon county, that the law under which asked Charley what he wa fussing about. IMdie Jumied sorter behind him and (Jurat IUiiuctiom In sheet itluslq 60, the suit wa Instituted la unconstitutional 76 anil $1 music now sold at 6 cent. lieu;. struck. Saw knife in Charley's hand. The made In the lick bent him a little over. The knife waa ularslManJ on Rood paper, at Mcltolierla but that over charge had fro hllla to the amount of $7C In the bill of mine and when I asked him for it he AHl.guV Did not tell Mr $1,000. The rontcat waa for alleged Illegal laughed anil refused. PERSONAL. liishop that Charley said he would keep charge In the fee. knife till he settled with Kl. Heard Char Itr.v. J. 8. KlM arrived loo lata yeater A vr.UY large and happy crowd was ley say to girl something about aon-nf-- a uav to rcacli llio funeral sermon of Mis drawn to the Kink Friday night and not- bitch and Kd struck him sorter from beIleitis. Carcntr. hind. I recognite knife, Charley' waa withstanding the heat, the skaters seemed smaller than that. lUlUEV Hoitrh of lVrryvllle ami to enjoy themselves. The Valley Cornet Zapic MonmsoN Kxhlblteil a stick MImImiIm Himsof Uiic.iln,III., are visit. Iland, assisted by Messrs. Clabe Itoone and which be found on right hand aide of door Inn Mr. A. Ouster. Sim. McKco of Danville, fairly outdid coming out. Saw ahavlngs, but none close Mil. I). K, (lAitiiAiin, son of (len. T. lo stick. Itself and wa the subject of many flatter J. L. iloKLKY Dots wera nearly of same T. Osrrard of Manchester la studying law Inn compliment. Open again Friday night. aixe. Don t remember to have heard any in Hie office of Hill A Alcorn. ainging that afternoon or to have reproved Mikh ManikHmitii of loutsvllle li AlTKU one of the pleasanteit Falls In the Charley for It, Hoy played marbles at 4nJin a few days with Mrt. John l'ul recollection of that useful clliien, the noon that day. If I raid at examining Ham and Mra. AU Smith, of thia county. oldest Inhabitant, a cold wind accompanied trial that I scolded Charley, I do not re member It now. MiKictCoRASANDitiaR, Jennie Dunn by rain set in Sunday night and yesterday DAN Mir.T.Etl testified aa to knife. Saw or Ilustonvllle. and Mule iteld of was a damp, cold and disagreeable aa the bruise on Charley' head when I went to ar were guest ol the Misea Din- worst of November days. It I time, how rest him, Mrs. ICebccca Carpenter ard widdle. ever, that we had some Winter and we do Coleman Carpenter also noticed bruises. Iloyle Head examined Ld's wound It wa Miw Akkik Mama IIahnm editor of not wish lo Ik considered aa grumbling; we in right breast and tanged toward the the Acxtndu; a very merltoTioua publlca. never do. h eart. ttou at Atlanta, gotten out entirely bjr Defense here rested and the CommonThe OmciAL Vote of the county I ladles, here In ila Interval a day or Iwo, given below. It will be seen that there i wealth proceeded In rebuttal. Mis Sallie and succeeded In getting 60 subscribers, a difference disturbance and that nf six In the majority of Kinder remembered Mis Ilarnes ia an acronipllahed and spirit-e- d Thompmin, slight mistake having been the teacher' attention was called to it, young lady and we were pleased ta have discovered by the examiner on Friday Miw Adelia (ioocb heard noise the after noon of the killing. Wilson Goocii prov our cilliena evince m great appreciation of Ut : ed that his daughter' testimony wa the hrr eliurla to maintain hen-el- f and other. aame a at first given aa to the position. d LOCAL MATTERS. Miss Mollle Kinder testified that she wa 1 at school; heard teacher say he wa going UrMllun." to have noise stopped and would bring llran new line of Cloaka jual received at , switch next day. Owsley's. K. tndured aa to character, All thought It goisl but had not heard it discussed. Dr. A loom testified that at examlilr, trial Mis Oorch ssld rut was made with a backwanl stroke. W. It William look note for J'niuirtr si.d corroborated Dr Alcorn' recollection Squire Peyton, t.f the Kxtmlnlng Court, also testified she said that cut ws made bark-war- d. that Dr. Clifton Fowler, father of Charley, wa asked If Ihshop had told lilm that Chailey had beg(e.l him 16 let Eddie go home with him. Objection and d. Charley wa 1 1 last March. Kx-- a mined school house and found some chip near where Charley sat at school. GIVEN Kr.NNrDY Heard the nuralna and raw Kd strike one blow from a bench liehlnd Charley to hi right. Did not see l'owler strike the blow. Don't remember any singing that evening, but on the evening before. Heard some laughing and talk of coffins. Heard Eddie say 3 NEW FALL AND OP &0.( AT WINTER STOCK DRY GOODS, N0TI0NS.GENTS' FURNISHIN&GOODS.MTS.BOOTS.SHOES, . Prices Guaranteed to be as Low as the Lowest. S. "W. Cor. Main and caster streets, Stanford, Ky. DEATHS. Mr. W. G. Kalney lit received a let-le- a from hi wife who went to hi bedside In Missouri, that her brothel, A. M. Jones, died on the 8th, a short time after her arrival. He wa formerly of this county but moved West several year ago and married, hia wife and lour small children SV.U LTTLE'S. M-- Lan- AIMHITItKUKsTK. Lincoln County Farm For Sato! I Oder for sals 'rlratelf mf fsrmof 373 seres on Ida Kieer. ty, miles Kastol Hlsnford, within a half mils of the new turnpike ti.. W Mngcon tructed from Stanford to I'mcherafills. An si from the dwelling to the pike. cellent illrt-ros- d Ilulldlnga are brick and frame, with 10 mom,. Well watered with fin. rlnfii, soma ot them med Including leal water, IrnproTements Hie fencing. Terms llbersl. Address or csll on H KS. N. HA II COOK, tt-t- m Utsnlord, Lincoln count' Ky. PORSALE! Hi;,VUTlFUI.SUIHJItllAXltE.SlHEXCE Bltiiated ', inlle In.m (hurt-Uour- e, BlsnlorJ. Ky., with IU seres of land well srt In Erin sod Une friiln now In full li The houvi -, modern la style, with four Isrss rrjorai, two list!- potehes, ry prciars, kitchen snd rellar, sl lUMi snd all ontbulldlnga, Cation (Stanford, Ky. THUS ItlVII A1I1IN, a.tllsatonce. rieawsttinl Inthl. II. V. ll.tHNOHf, I hate sold ont mf lUkcr snd Onfecllooe,rr btitlnen In Ntinforl, snd would take It sa a Iseor If sll ersoDS Indebted to me won Id route lorwsrd snd Irmip ortant ! WM. DAUGHERTY Uucceseor to 1'aughert- leu u X., " I P. Fnrail Orrrr.iM every Tnesd.v and day at McAlialer A Ilright'a. Fri- Hlsnfonl No. TUfnemlllo.. ..,... Wajlirsburu. nighiinj, ut.f.,l u t I lul - ., ml nu U. 117 nlI , , j IM Ml ir,J 94 IT 103 w Wantid 6,000 Turkey. tuaaket price In caih. Stanford, Ky. I, Will pay high-e- A. T.Nunne.ley, ..i-- lluitoii'lile H'sloul Hat . TstlU MijaiTijr '. ... . . Its . -T- IM 6J ?-IM1 lit 40 VI . - r ri'i'sa i m I.ix'Kivrii new pick 1m in bulk, fresh oat meal, cracked wheat, hominy, CntcutT Coiiht The Fovvlku Thiai. Soon afier convening on Friday morning, mince mi at, Ac. McAliater A Ilright. the panel w completed in the trial of Fltl.L and complete line of furniture and Charley Fowler for murder by the selection good generally; oil paint liouse.fiiinlahlnf of II Mattlnsly, who wa the l'Jlli juror. A inn, chrtiuios, frame, Ac , may he found at fslr ami Impartial statement of the case II. K. Wearen's at any lime. Price very wa made by Mr. It. C Warren and then reasonable. Call. the following witness weie aworn and The notice of the Ion of Mra. Salter's examined. The testimony i not so full aa spectacles got them and aim another pair waa adduced, but is the gist of it: Mikm Alice Goocii Waa at Ilrlgg. which Mra. Itochenlcr had lout. Jim UHs found the latter and supposed it M the School House In thia county when diflicul ty occurred. I Irani Charley call Kd llish- pair adrcrliied for. op anon-oand told him If he want Fi.oiik.nce YoWKlX Baya he wishes he ed to fight to come in. Kl struck him I think with may neer aee the hack of hla head if he haa with his hand on shoulder. hand open. Charley struck back pretty qualified Madminitrator of Mr Uradley hard and threw hand up with knife. I ttreii If the iMTKittoit Journal did aay ao, caught at his arm and told him not to and we are pretty aure Mr. Yowell ought strike, but he did and IM staggered and fell, living only a short time. Jennie John to know. son and I were the only girl in the room TltK V'oitK of the Circuit Court la that I aaw. Chailey waa facing IM when about through and after the d!poat of he struck him. Have been to two school with Charley and he i a boy of intelliwine cItII buinriM this week, it will ad- gence. I did not at examining trial journ. The grand jury wa discharge! that cut waa made with backward stroke. son would have JonlAll lli8ilot-Friday after having foutid SO indictment' two being for murder. Two while and been eleven year old in Octolcr. He wa boy. Do not know relation exist stout one colored man were sentenced to the pen- a between Fowler and him. Did not tell ing itentiary from one to two yeirj. Dr. Fowler that his son begged me to let . i. F.J go with hi hi home Friday before. Oun City Giuncll wilt never he able to Frank Head waa whitFiieii ItlHlloi do any thing at long a. they do not force tling with knife on bench when Charley an immediate compliance with their or akrtl him for it. Frank gave It to him, dera. A month ago it wa ordered that a and when ho asked for it return lie gave him asmaller one. Charley said he could no Ofoot aidewalk with heavy curbing he see Kddie'a colli n coming and he had made built on the Vet aide of Mill Street. It arrangements to have hi grave dug, Thi haa not been done yel, nor haa any steps to. wa three hours before school broke. Before wardi It been made that any body k no A of. this Charley waa singing, Ac Teacher asked who ll wasr Kddio told him it wsa Co.nckiit. We are requested by the Charley and he said it waa a d n lie. Kd who said he to tell committee, W. ll. Jarri, A. E. Mclnerner, threatened no more teacher, would bring would have nf it but Mra. llice and Samuntha Oaka, to aay that a switch lo morrow. Saw Charley put knife on Friday night next, 17th, at Mt. l'igah In hla pocket. Iliad had it just before; it church in thia county, a concert and had a big blade with "Kentucky" on it. Wm. Duncan I aaw difficulty. Some pound party will be given for the purpose two year before Kd and I were playing of raiting fund to furnish the church. marbles. Charley came and kicked them The admittance ia (lied at the low price of out. Kd ran against him and knocked him 25 cent and a liberal aupport should be ex- down and he got up and told Kd he would some noise on It. tended to to worthy an object. Mr, Alex. kill him tor killing 1 leant Mr. Ilosley ask. and day of the Link ot Itockcaitle, James Cook of High- ed who made it. Somebody said it land and Rev. II. C. Morrison of Stanford waa Charley Fowler. Thia waa about 'i have been invited and are expected to at- o'clock. When threat was made I was eoinir to school lo Misa Thurmond. tend and deliver addresses. Told Mr. Nance about it at the time. Char to run from here to ley did not atrike Ed at the time; only TltK Telki-iionthreatened him. llustonville. Turnenrilleand McKinney, Here the Commonwealth rested In chief of putting It la a fixed fact and the work and defence having admitted that the kill. up will begin at once. The amount assess Ing occurred on Auguat lOlh, 1882, Col. ed against Ilualonvllle, $160, and that W. Q. Welch made a very Ingenious and against McKinney, $100, has been raiaed strong statement of the case and the test), and on Saturday, Mr. Geo. 1). Wearen sue mony began i ceeded In less than an hour of raising StanMim Maiiv Kay. Charley went to ford's ortion; which la $300. It ia under- school to me 4 years. He waa alwaya stood that the Stanford olDce will he In the pleasant and polite and was not regarded Intkuiok, Jouhnal'h establishment, so aa fussy. He waa six year old when he Now he ia 1 1 years, I livhercslter we will be able to give the news started to me. hi father's family. Never ed 4 years in points occurring up to ten o'clock heard hi character discussed and have not at those on the night of publication. known him much for last four vesra. Thurmond Know Fow. Mim give elsewhere the proceeding of a ler, went to school to tue two years and re We meeting of the cltlien ol Stanford to take carded him a a manly, amiable child, into consideration the question of donating never heard defendant's cliaractercalled In Never grounds, Ao, to the question till since the killing. pistol to the heard of hla attempt to borrow a railroad to run from here to Nashville and shoot roe. Ileen about two years since lie the South. A call la made oil Judge Ilrown went to school to me. Never heard of hla to convene the Justice of the county to attempting to cut Mr. liallev'a boy until recently and since killing, and did not consider the matter and we think it emithem. nently proper. Of course aa It now stand Have known Mihh 8ai.uk Tuuhmond. the County can not make any subscription the defendsnt five years. Has been my good one. Never heard to railroads but a legislature can give them pupil aud waa a ills character diacuased, the right and aa one will meet before the MiksM. L, Peyton Have known debe money will have to be paid, there can fendant since a boy. Keen a pupil of mine do trouble about that. We believe that in Sunday School and I took great Inter nearly every man, woman and child In the eat in hiui and my sympathies are with county la for the road and if the Court i him. W. Given. Kid. W. L. Williams. J, doubtful about acting, a wtlllon ten yards II, J. McKlnosy, Mm. Nancy (livens, Mr. be easily obtained Lottie Green and Dr, Kd. Alcorn were in- long with signature ran f Jusr y My k This concluded the testimony and at 10 o'clock Saturday morniiig Judge Owsley Instructed the Jury a follows ; No. 1. If the iury teliere from the evi dence beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant Charles Fowler, in Lincoln county, and before the finding of the indictment, willfully and with malice afore thought cut or stabbed Jxtdie lliehop with a knife byresson ol which Ihshop then and there died, when such killing wa not ecessary and when the defendant had no reasonable ground lo believe the same necessary at the time to protect himself from Ion of lif or great bodily harm at the hand of the deceased, they should find him guilty of murder and fix hia punishment at death or confinement in the enitentiary during hi natural life in their discretion. No. 2. If the jury believe beyond a reasonable doubt from the evidence that the killing waa done In manner and form as Inscribed in first instruction, but further believe from the evidence the same waa without malice, but wa done In sudden heat and passion and not in del't. necessary actual or apparent at the time of the killing, they should find him guilty of manslaughUr and it his punishment by confidement in the penitentiary at not less than two nor more than twenty years in their discretion. No 3 If the jury believe beyond a reasonable doubt from the evinence that deft, ia guilty under one or the other of the foregoing instructions, No. 1 and 2, but entertain a reasonable doubt which one, Ihef should find him guilty of manslaughter. No, I. Although the jury may believe from the evidence beyiiund a reasonable doubt that the defendant did the killing, yet if they further believe from the evidence that defendant at the time he did so, had reasonable ground for believing and did in good faith believe that he waa in im mediate danger ot aullertng loss ol lile or treat bodily harm at the hands of the de ceased, they should acquit. The danger may not have been actual or real; ll I sufficient if the jury believe from the evidence that tli detendant had such reasonable grounds for believing and in good faith did believe such danger did at the time exist. No, 6. The jury are the sole judceiol the weight of the evidence and credibility of y the witnesses, and should give to the of each such weight aa they think tho same entitled to No. G The defendant la presumed to be innocent until the contrary i proven, and unless the Jury after takine into considera tion all the fact and circumstance permit td to be proven in the case, believe beyond a reasonable doubt that defendant haa been proven guilty, they should acquit. From the time the seaking began to it clwe the home waa crowded with anxious meu, woman and children, Mr. J. II, Dun-laled oft' in a short but pointed pecli fur the tirosecutlon and ilurln? the dsv till sppeal were made by Messrs. J. W.Alcorn, George Denny, Jr., W. O. Uradley, M. C. Saulley, W. 11. Miller, T. P. Hill and K. C. Wnrreu. the Utter closed a little alter 7 l. m. and at 7.10 the jury retired lor con. sulfation. Those who had ho;d for an ac quitat beun to grow doubtful aa 10,20 minute passed and then a hung jury waa predicted. An hour of susiiense and the jury door opened. A breathless silence fol lowed and the minute eeemed hours to the anxious parents and friend of the boy. 'Gentlemen have you made a verdict," asked Judge Owsley, and each ear was strained to catch the answer. "We cannot agree," replied Foreman K. F. Gaine. "Go back lo your room again," commanded Judge Owiley and slowly the jury tiled oiit of sight, 'three hours longer the crowd wailed and the Judge having been assured that there wa no pnsqiect of au agreement, dismissed the Jury, which was understood to stand 4 for acquital and 8 for two years in the penitentiary. The defendant was again allowed ball in the sum of $3,000 which hi father, Dr. Fowler and K. it. Chenault furnished for him. White there was a number in the crowd who thought the boy should he pjnished, it was plain to see that th majority waa on his side and that sympathy was great for his father sod mother God knows they needed it in their alllictlon, but that other mother and father who sat there and mourned the loss of their first born, they too deserved com. passion and should not be forgotten. It waa paatll o'clock when the Court adjourned and It would have been the end of the term had not a fifth Monday in October caused e week to Intervene between it and the Wayne Court. ttsti-monp surviving him. Died, near Lancaster, Texas, Nov. 0th, of hemorrhage of the bowels, Mr. John C Hatter, aged Cj year. Mr. Hatter wa born In Virginia, hut most of the early years of hla life were spent In Casey county For a Ky., where he ha many relative number of years previous to hi einigra ling to Texaiin 1819, ho resided at Carpenter's Station In Lincoln county. In the 33 years he resided in Texas, he filled positions of honor among his snd was a Mason of high degree Hla loss will be felt by hi neighbors, besides a large family of children, while a second wlfo and two small children will sadly K. T. mourn his IUnu.8 At 12 midnight, Nov. Oth, of Typhoid Fever, Charles Lee Harris, aged nearly 26 years. His father, who was a Virginian as well aa his mother, was a second cousin of Gen. Lee, for whom they named the boy, Itobert Lee, but on his death, which occurred a number of years ago in Missouri, his mother changed his first nsme to Charles, in memory of him. They lived afterwards in Madison county, thia Slate, where hi relatives reside, until hi mother waa united in marriage to Mr. John II. Miller, when he removed to thl county. He was possessed ol many fine traits of character and was a, favorite among his friend. His mother preceded blm to the grave a little over u year ago, and he was on Saturday laid by her side in the Cemetery at Htchraond. Kiimiston Mrs. Ktta Kdmlston, wife of D. II. Kdmlston, after month of aufTer ing, is at rest. The meiwenger of death so long expected came on Friday night laat, and tho frail mortal put on immortality. Mr. Edaiislon was the eldest daughter of Dr. J. li 8. and Harriet L. Frisbir, and was born February 21th, I860, in Monti cello, this State. Near the age of 13, she professed religion, and joining the Christian Church, she 'fought the good fight, she kept the faith, and henceforth a crown of glory i her inheritance. A few abort years ago, she stood a happy bride by the side of him, who crushed in spirit and bleeding at heart, followed her to the o;en grave on Sunday, and saw the cruet earth shut from liia earthly view the wife of hi hosotu and the mother of his two little children. God and may they and pity them in their her parents and sister find consolation in the assurance that she Is "watching and waiting" for them in a land that is fairer than day. Her relative. Kid. Milton Elli ott, delivered a very appropriate sermon over the remains, which were followed by a long cortege or weeping friends to her last resting place in the Crab Orchard Cemetery. CARPENTER. Une of the saddest cases, that haa ever come under our observation Is that of Miss Uellie It. Cirpenter, whose o remains were yesterday laid away in Cemetery. Youne. attractive and po- sessed of an unusually bright mind, no one seemed destined a few year ago to live a long and happy lile aa she. liut unceasing attendance at the bedside of her dying fath of her er and the subsequent II - .lurm -...!..! amiI l.. - iu a wurga iu V ,1. .n,u-linuuiiii lkjuj in which she taught, undermined her health and the mind so vigorous and cultivated grew clouded and disordered, and a few month ago, her confinement in the Asylum at Lexington became necessary. Kxperiencing frequent lucid intervale and exhibiting signs of improvement, she wss brought home during isst bummer snd her family hoped and prayed for the full restoration of her reason. The hope wa vain however, and she had to be returned. She wa aubiect to fits of the most Intense mel oncholy aud it is said that for several weeks before her death, that the disease was unu sually acute. She frequently begged for something with which lo end her lile and on Friday night last she succeeded by tying together strip of a bodice that she wur, in uaklmr a rope, one end of which she tied around her neck and fastening the other she end In the lop of the window-blind- , steped from the sill, and in a few moments . . 'PI..1 '.!- - I .....I... Iuo nrr iireti, rea.iesH spirit sm si it.i, remains wero brought home fur interment and aa she lay in her coffin at her mother' gaxed upon the on Sundsy, many friend beautiful roung' f.ice, more beautiful in dsath, wreathed a it waa in a pleaaant smile, ami dropped a tear of sorrow at the sad fate of her whom they had so much loved In lire. At an early age she united heneir with the Christian Church, but for the last ten years, she ha held her membership with the Melhodi.t Church and a more faithful, earnent and devoted member never lived. Her place In the church, at , snd at at the sick bedside, was always filled and she wsa in truth loved by all who knew her. Her late pastor, llev, J.S Sims, was telegraphed for to preach the funeril sermon , but he could not arrive In time and ltev II. C. Morrison was substituted. Hi di- course was a pecpllarly Impressive and af fecting one but the ellecl of the nymna was marred by the substitution of new muslo for the old familiar tunes that seem so well fitted for such occasions. There waa a large attendance at the funeral and many a tearful eye told the tale of sorrow and sympathy they had for the mother, slaters snd brother In their terrible hertavment. May the Ood of consols, tlon temper their hearts to believe that He doelh all thing well. fellow-citt-xen- - A Holmes, NTAM'OUI), - PUBLIC Valuable lltoa,drsl., 1. A SALE! Property 17, I MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - MaxuritTiiaaes or Fine Carriages, Buggies, The followlne drserllied prorty of Bsmnel Al will bssold In Crab Orchird, Ky , on Propr. riUIAY,OVr..MHKIt '8S. This Old and Woll - Known lo. Ir.ct of7J scrMol land, situated ono mile nortb of Crsb Orchard, on ths Lancaster 'Ike, with two good Main Furnace, snd necessary build Inaaaod wells to run loth. 2. A triciofslwut 7 acres or land nppnslte Crab Orchard tfpilnga a ruagnlflcenl bill Id Ins; site. Th Ons hundred acres of rlrer bottom land nn Dlx niter, one mil east of Crab Orchard, near Drip- Hotol Still Maintains its High Reputation, AND Iti Proprietor it Determined that it Shall CrabOrcbsrd Terms esty and made known on day Affile. tt rtTKl-llt.- ping Springs. 4. Two dwelling houses In Crab Orchard on Ml. Vernon street, near centra ol town. 5. A lol on rjlsnlbrd street in Crsb Orchard, nesr the centre of towo. containing about one acre, and baa on It a new lUble and carriage house. C Onc-thl- rd Interest Iu 4 O seres of well wooded kioblstid, Smile from Crsb Orclisrd. 7, About 15 acres of lanJ shout one mils east nf be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. AND WAGONS nTe PHAETONS, 0F ""aIL KINDS. Hl'HCll. Baggage nlll be cootejed to and from the depot free of chare.. sperlal aeeommsdatlssa to lo Commercial Tratelrra. The Uar will be alwajs supplied with ths cholc.it braadaofl.lqaorsaail Clears. of all description., workmen snd ualng employing onlr first-cla- ss maL'rlal, snd sell st reasonable only fir.t-elifigures aisle, workmanship and material ono.td-e- d. manufacture Carriages ll Wl. bAllllll.ll1. FOR JSALE ! IIiflDgrunc'u.lcJ to rtiuofe to Texas. I offer tor ale 1117 ICcftlileurc cV IttinliicMH Ilouro, mmm m Sale i Feed W? V) ce- - Com Mm 4 Iu one, ftltuitfrl lo the Iowa of Crati Orchard, Kjr., on Lancuter street. The bulMloff It two aniJuntl.iir stories hUh, 80x20 feet aod conli 20x10, tains Id all tight rooms. Th store-roowith counters and shelving nlceljsod properly arranged, with all the outtullJlnj?s oeceuarr to convenience and the taste M the moat fastidious, and aa abundance of pure water for drinking and household iliadeand frull tree SliiLIBlXjIEl! jtm adorning aud beautifying the entire pirmties, all In a good and health' condition. Any one dealr-lo- g a cheap yet valuable residence, among a clever aud pruaperous people, would do well to call and exainlue the pirtulsra before purchasing es-- w here. Tcrmi reasonable w-- tf Having bought out S. H. Bauglii.mil, we will keep si nice iot of Horses and Buggies, which we will let at reasonable rates. Will also board Horses by the (lay or week. We aire also in on hand And will swap for kinds of Feed. Hope to receive a liberal share of the patronage of the public in general. A. T. NUKJtfBiLI.ESr, Respectfully, joiin F.aHTfionr. THE COAL all Ka rTJEJtA.IJE1, Administrator's Male bidder, the ! will oo M on J 17. .Nov. 20th, I83J, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 P. M., if II to the highest AfaJi.iluWtn.tor of James Williams, deed., I "SJiv. now occupied by 8. C Powell The building contains about 20 rooms There I a ipendld garden aIoa ono modioli i a table and lot with never-- f well on It. alio a vacant lot acrors tho itrcct op Hotel In IIuHfoiivllIc, Ky., Bn WEARER aud- "wavajsiiyBS aTr lo, country as there Is in the Btate. There are S churches 2 ngular,-evra- i select schoula In the place. The ople are generous and ocUbletoafiu.lt. There Is a conatant alream of and other travel through the place. commercial ETery thing thing tends to make ltoneol the most desirable and profitable hotel standi in the State. Don't forget the day, every body come. Terms made known on the day of sale. 90-- IoIte the stable, turtles dcnlrlngiuch properly would find It to their Interest to see this before It Is unrounded by as rich Curchaslngelaowhere. ajMsaaaassawaasaBSassaaaaawaavaviaaBawssiasaMaaavaJhasj 1UNDERTAKER.I Dealer in Furniture, MAIN ST., STANFORD Has Jutt rcctlred a fall line of Parlor Suites, Cham- sssp ual II. I WILLIAMS. Adur. CONFECTIONERY ! litif-fal- I also keep on hand the celebrited O yd Burglar I'roorGraro Vsult, guaranteed to bi n;rffct pro tectlon from lerinluc, jrronnd Iwres gopher., diui HsTlnjt urthsscd Dswsms establishment, I ness and burglars. i.Vi. will contlDue the biitlDesa snd kciun,isntlr on I sell at figures that cannot be lxntcn Call and hsnd Kreih Holla Loafllread, Cako sod a fu I Hoe ofCanJIea, Fruits snd other Confectioneries, to aee me. Orders by telegraph promptly atb u lod to whlcb Ilnslto the stteollon of llio public. I will w a'so keep Fresh lib sod scree BAKERY! STANFORD, .... ber Suites, cheap Bed., Cureaus, WsslibUuds, Ieit Cotton Mattr, una. Limp SUndCornrr llrscketi. Cent o Tsblrs, Ktlen.lon Ts bles, Extension Tables, 1'nrlor Chairs, Din lag Chairs, Ac. I also keep con.tanllr on band A lull Una ol Ilobee, Slir ud. Coffins aud Caikets. j..i ...--... , pp, .. .,1 sfsglPM ' 'sW:b t- -' KENTUCKY 'i , JMwHH ntFjKnNKKEWTKJLUi i 'x swssTesBsiHBBHBHIIH OV'STimS AT AM. 1IOUKS. Mr. Jainra Peak as I line secured theaer-Icea- ol clerk, who will sIwsts bo found readjr to minister to jour wants. Don't forget thst I llo keep the over-taxin- g 1 I- s, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, E. Where excellent accommodations isn lo hsd h ths lowest rates. J.T. IIAHKIN, Proprietor. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a FJno Stook of -- A GREAT SALE -- OF- BRAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of AND ol John Shanks. Aa A rent of tho halra-at-lsdeed., aud of bhsuki A. Iluchansn, I will, oo REAL ESTATE! Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of FRIDAY, NOV. 17, '82, At ths Mention Hotel In Crsb Or, hard, Kr sell to ths hhjheat bidder, si public auction, tbe following -- limbic snd deilrabls real estate i 1. I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Dost Goods in tho Market, to bo sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS UTRttWKS TIM W. HIGGINS. Salesman. '!. ,1 300 aero, tcilh an txcdlmt IrtcL rtndtnteuponit, iltuateontke Jjtneatttr pile, ttm mutt Jrom Vrao lrcKiru. a. A lltACTOFWAaRESOI'LANl). on mme viU, 1 mitafrom Grab Orchard, trtlA i'uni of about FERTILE AND IMPROVED Sunday-school- prayer-meetin- g n comoilalite tenant hoate on it. 1 10 US K. 3. A II RICK BUSINESS with the lul on vhieh it isiituate, in the centre Crab Orchard. The buildimj U a Itro story and contain onjint floor (m larye unii commodious store room, '20x60 feet. i. A LOT ON STANFORD STREET in Crab Orchard of about J acre, on uhieh it a neai, nets uniJ comfortable cvtlaije 0 1 LOT ON MT VERNON STREET in Crab Orchaid. containing about one acre, on vhich are a eotnortable residence and a ijood black twith thop. 0. A VACANT 11UILDINQ LOT OF acre, on Stanford utrcet. 7. A TRAOT OF AUOUT 400 ACRES of Knob land at TurUytoicn, South of Crab Orchard 8. T1IETWO STORY llRICK STORE-houtt of lluchanan & Shanlt, near the centre of Crab Orchard. Thit it one of the bent butinea built sto.nu's, and Utl ami most auisbinfiufy houxe in the county TITLE TO A 9. ,t QUIT-CIull- M acret of Knob land, South of tract (f about Crab Orchard, lately octujneil by 31. II llovtn , and will The asls will begin at 10 o'clock a, No belter bs without resciTatlou or by.blddloa;. opiurluulty could bsou.rod lor lurs.tiueat or thu purchase of good homes. Taatis. -- Credit of Hand Uiuoulbe. wltb 0 per cent, from data ol sale, uoiua required, who gooa iwrsodal security, or purchiHre luiy al their u lion pay ai, nvraii ia.li. 1Wm.Ioo(IsuJu. I, I KM. or bclurs. Person. deelrlun to iuiueclsur of these Proper ties will bo strurded atsry Isclllty for doing so. or furul.hed with any lufc.ruHlou upon uotlljlug lbs uudtKlgued at Hlsuford, Ky. W. U WKI.UII. Agnut, 4c Nor J, Ml w, Shelf ffi DEALER IN BIfiSIBB Iron, siioi; NAII.S, Hardware, SHAFTS, CORN SHELLERS, IIOltSK 8IIOUN, 1IOKNK Cut Nails, Buggy Spokes, Rims, Straw Cutters, Cider Mills, Sorghum Mills, EVAPORATORS, MAYFIELD WATER ELLVATORS, Sto ves,Tinware, Fruit Jars QUEENBWAHE, OLASSWAItE, Gri-ocei'ie- s, sSsxlt, Comont, &o. Also And tho ILiiiiie, True to her Trust. Tim much can not be uli of the tier lallbful wife aa.) mother cotulantly wateblog aud eariug fur htrilear ouea, netrr ne1ettiog a UDxteduty lo their twtislC Whealbtar sisal W by dlswas, aud tbsirsleu should bstt a thorough clcst-slutlis ilouiach aud boscl regulated, blood purified, and malarial polsoo tileriuluated, lbs luutt know that Ktsctrle Hitters are lbs oalr aure remedy Ttier ara lb boat aod purest uiedlcln Iu lb Hold by IVnujr world sad onljr cost Bfljf A sleAlUtrr THE CHAMPION STEEL FI.OW, genuinj: oxiivx.it Solcamon. inr,x,i:i None claim a better Flow, but hope to have an equal. ing, &c, done on ihort notice. now. Roofing, Gutter- T.M.J01TM8TON, DAVID SKINNK1., 9-n I halo A a acnv or btx, I Liko tho land of tho baa, Iho star of io r. to livo in n now conntry," J mi, Going along tho street, I camo across heaven havo over liecn used as effectivo Now ht the Ttirf, Hail mid IntereMian of d iftidJones, "whero thcro is no law," ff-- r psptr.derolnlio Ihe ipnltlnj Hit country, puhllitml it Imlilll, Ke , at Utsia Morphy, tho choss player, wko,1 symbols of number, nnd tho improve "Tor bet ycr," chimed In Thompson. M llslTron, ments in tho method of our olnervation tear, lienan A ItuTnnl, Kdllor, J wt will n. rat " Law is tho only thing that keeps us twenty years ago, startled tho world At etlra Imlnrenitnt, Men one tor $1 Tmtf, Tuesday Morning, November 14, 1882 out of ovcrlasting chaos." " Yes, In- with his wonderful achievements in tlut havo added fresh foreo to our original tent In before Drfrmberyear Adlrts to all names I, Wo now know that our llAri'ttli'V, Msnster. game. Ho is a dlminulivo person, of n impressions. i 1. llulhllnf, !.oiilitlllr,k J. deed," said n legal gentleman present. M- dark complexion, and small, slondor earth is hut a fraction of ono out of at tji "It is tho bulwark of tho poor man's o least 70,000,000 worlds. But this is not lilcrty, tho shield which tho strong arm limbs. His head Is unproportionally A Lincoln Co. Farm ' 200 Acres large, and fixed, as it Is, on a very small all. In addition to tho luminous heavToledo, of jnstico throws over tho weak, tho The Jmjxrtthlntu Inhnhtltint li'Olt HATiKI rieorge I'. Lathrop, In HsrprrVi Magetlna. body, gives him at onco an odd and enly bodies, wo rnu not doubt that there and tlio balsam of tho unfortunato A LanrttUr pike, at Col. Tho iopulno arc instinctive, frco nndwrongod, striking apioaranco, no has grown nro countless others, invisible to us Mlluiledontlit Dsntllle SOsrres Inwhml, whlrh Is tuMgn. About Itrure's born, iinntlrtlilo lioggars, Tlio mngulfi tlmolhr, inaklne slmisl stop 'or," remarked tho man thinner in lato years, and his fnco looks from their greater distance, smaller size, seeded with rimer snd well wat re I with serrrsl "Oh, the entire firm In (rnu, iloorwAa of tlio cathedral withonooyo. won't have it that way. careworn nnd ho is very emaciated. As or feebler light ; indeed, wo know that neiersl llmone nfllie brfrt festered with revolting specimens of hu- Law is a boss invention for rascals of all ho was going along) ho seemed to bo in there oro many dark bodies which now and best rprlngiamUIn tha coiinlt, nisklni II a deslrsbla stik form Hat on It a fintl, man (lKe.tsa and degeneration, appeal- grades. Givo mo a country where thcro deep thought nlxmt Bomolhtng, and mut emit no light, or comparatively little. Ire housa, smoke house and a barn, good ing for alms. Other uaoro prmpcrotu is no law and I can toko enro of myself tered to himself constantly. Now and Thus, in tho caso of Procyon, tho exist- or ICO choice csbln latentlyK built, young nrthaid apple trees. kllrhen, garden, An. Tinnsef sslemsila known an aptlleallon llslfof mendicants vvero regularly on hand for every timo. Now, for instance, when then ho would gesticnlato in ft very ence of an Invisiblo Inxly is proved by puieh se money msy o reinsln on niortgsiie business every day at tho "old stand" I lived in Ohio I got n doso of law that jiris.'a sis;ii.iss.n, nnd earnost manner, which was tho movement of tho vislblo star. Lancaster, Ky. Again, I may i efcr to tho curious pheBomo parucniar inoroilghrnrc. 1 ro- - I will cover forget. I was in partner followed by a grim smilo of satisfaction. racmbcr one especially whoso wholo cntv ship with a man namod Butler, and ono Fnul Morphy's father, who was ono of nomena presented by Algol, n bright ital was invested in a superior article of morning wo found our costlier missing tho Judges of tho Supremo Court of tho star in tho head of Medusa. This star ncrvoui complaint, which enabled him with 83,000. Ho had dragged tho safo State, Ioftliita a considerable fortune, shines without change for two days nnd to balance himself between tho wall and and put out. Well, started after him which has afforded to his son all thdeaaa thirteen hours ; then, in three hours and I n crutch, and there oscillate spasmoili-callydi- y and caught him in Chicago, whero ho and comfort which a gentleman can a half, dwindles from a star of tlio tho honr. In this ho was was splurging around on tho money, I monoy. Yet, after all, how second to ono of tlio fourth magnitudo ; beyond competition, and cast into got him arrested, and thcro was an ex- sad it is to sco a man who has been so and then, in another three and n half professtho sliado tlioflo inorcly-rontinamination. Well, all tho facts wcro gifted walking nbout tho streets devoid hours, rcassnmes its original brilliancy. ionals who took the common lino of bad brought out, and tho defense moved that of reason. Generally ho is very pcaco-ablThese changes seem certainly to indi13 MSOMUXHDED DY rnYCIClArc. deeyes or uninterestingly-motionles- s it is only onco in a wliilo that mad- cate tho presence of on opaquo Ixxly, tho caso bo dismissed, as tho prosecution formities. It used to depress them when did not mako out a caso in tho namo which intercepts at regular Intervals a Catarrh of tho Nnsnl lo nna of ness overtakes him, and in such a caso cainrrn or mo tnr, iyo or uteomttral la tnken IHTUHHALLY, unci ho camo on to tho ground. Bright littlo tho firm, and that if thcro was a firm ho assaults tho first person whom ho part of tho light emitted by Algol. Throat. It note DIRECTLY upon th Blood tliicl children, oven, in perfect health, would tho copartnership had not been shown imagines has caused tho injury. With Thus tho floor of heaven is not only Muooue Ourfnnce of tho 8rstom, It desist from their amusements and assail by any ovidenco beforo tho It tho host Blood Purlflor In tho "thick inlaid with patlnrs of bright To all his dofcots of mind and melancholy court WOnLD. nnd la worth ALL that Io gold," but studded also with extinct us, struck with tho happy thought that my astonishment, tho court said tho moods ho rotrains traces of his charited for It, for THAT mono. '11 ! in might possibly whccdlo tho plea was O. K., and dismissed tho case. stars ; onco, probably, as brilliant as our they powers, and many acquainted ONLY lliTERNAL CURE FOR CATARRH "strangers" into sonio untimely gener- Beforo I could realize what was up, tho with him say that ho is still an excellent own sun, but now dead and cold, as Ijp--in eiaj.ui:tai osity. There was ono protly girl of thief had walked off. Well, followed roasonor. Ho grows frantfo il tho word Hclmholtz tells us that our own sun will And wi offer Ono Hundred Dollnre tor any nbonClO years, who langhod outright at him to Bt Louis, and thcro Onto of Cntirrh It will not Ouro. chess is spoken, as ho attributes all of be, como 17,000,000 years hence. I tackled AVILI. CL'ltK AMY CAHi:. tho thought of her onu impudence, but him again. Tlio I sent for my partner, and his troubles to that game. , An old serv- historyconnection of astronomy with tho Ox I Of.lco cf A. T BTiwaar I stopped uono tho less for half an hour wo inado'n completo caso, going for him ant who was onco in tho employ of of our planet has been a subject L'nicxcus III . June 4, Ibnx (Vx, fulct'.o, O. ilrurt. F J Chrnryitpica .ur l:i laformla-on her way to market (carrying a basket in tlio namo of tho Commonwealth and Judgo Morphy says that tho Judgo was of speculations and research during a (n(emen I ULn roil uacd ItalVa tVilallh Cure. II has on her arm) in order to pester poor Ve- Smith, Butler & Co. Well, tho lawyer very fond of tho gamo of chess, and that great part of tho of our ex- that I havoIwaaecry lud and don't liesllAlMo eurotline lasquez whilo ho was skotching, and for tho defense claimed that tho money whonovcr Henry Clay camo to Now Oristence. Sir Charles Lyell devoted somo tar hat It will mreanycasnof Catarrh If lutia Youra truly, pruperlr. begged him for mouoy, first to got being taken from a private drawer J. U. in tho leans ho stopped at tho Judgo's house, of tho opening chapters of his great WOIITII 810 A bread, and then shoes, and then any- safo was my Haughton has E. Mcansr. Jackscn, Mlrli IIOTTLK. Hare had and both of them enjoyed themselves at work to tho subject , wrilee inonoy exclusively, and that cured thing b1i) could think of. Ono evening, it appears, Paul, who brought his powers to bear ou tho sub- raurrh for SJ yearn. Ilah'a Catarrh Cure my partner had nothing to do with it ; CiKlerltwurtb.$lft00iilttli. wr Itntllx iu A hand openod to rcocivo mouoy would that tho caso should Iw prosecuted ject of secular changes in climato, and fff-riby all Druge.ata at '. J eta was then a very small boy, sat by watchby Vatiiilactured ami anl.t br T J CHENEY CO bo a dovico for tho mud lTinrlotora, TOU'J6, OHIO. mo individually, and not by tho firm. ing them attentively, when, all at once,, Croll'a contributions to tho samo subnicipal coat of arms. Korsaleln filsnfwd by l'enny A Mr A Utter Tho old 'bloko' who sat on tho licnch ho asked his father to play with him. ject aro of great interest Last, but omit to mako menMy friend's irrcprossiblo pencil, by tho wiped his spectacles, grunted rouud His father told him that this was tho not least, I must not : wav, mado him tho center of a crowd a while, and dismissed tho cose. scries of massivo memories Away most difficult of games, and that it tion of tho J MOUTH t wacrcver ho went. Grave businessmen goes tho man again. Then I got another would tako him quite a timo to learn (I am happy to say, not yet nearly terVIA JL.OUISVILLE camo out of their shops to see what ho hitch on him and tried to minated) by George Darwin on tidal convict him Paul answered by saying that ho had of tidal action was drawing; loungers mado long and of theft, but tho court hold that ho watched the moves and that ho thought friction, and tho inllucnco ingenious detours in order to obtain a should bo charged with of tho solar system. I & MISSISSIPPI H. W. embezzlement ho could play1. Tinally tho father con- on tho evolution good viow of his labors; ragamuffins el- Somo years after, tackled him again, sented, nnd, to his astonishment, nwoko may perhaps, just mention, as regards I bowed him, f undismayed by energetic and tlioy let him go. 3 3 DAILY TKAINS Statutes of limi- to tho fact tiiat his boy not only know telescopes, that tho largest reflector, in remark's" in' several languages, nutil tation, you sec. Statutes of limitation, tlio moves, but that ho was oven up to 1830, was Sir W. Herschel's, of four to finally ho was moved to get up and dis- you see. Well, I concluded to givo tho xlans and combinations. After sev- feet ; the largest at present being Lord THE EAST ANII NOHTII. play tlio contents of his pockets, inviting it up, and I did. eral games Paul finally defeated his fa- ltosse's, oi six feet ; as regards refract them oven to read somo let lew ho had New " But about four years afterward I was ther, who, by tho way, was not a mean tors tho largest then had a diameter o- - Free Psrlor Cars sodCllBI'lfC. Dsy Cuechca Without whilo your with him. To this gcntlo satiro they down in Colorado and u man pointed to player himself. Clay thon turnod around cloven and a quarter inchex, would sometimes yield. Wo foil a prey, 4 Cooke, carried tho 4 DAILY TRAINS another and said: ' That fellow has just and said: " Morphy, this is wonderful ; how over, to ono silent youth of whom incites, ami mt. Tjotii.HVillc sizo to iweuty-uvmado a hundred thousand in a mining your boy will dovelop into being a chess wo onco unguardedly asked a question. swindle.' Grubb, of I looked, and it was my old prodigy, for no ono at that ago can per- completed Dublin, has just successfully AND THE WK-Jono of twenty-seve- n After that ho considered himself perma- cashier. I followed him to tho hotel form what ho lias dona without being for tho observatory of Vienna. Itinches eleeplng Cats and Day Cost lies to I: I, Uiuls With is renently engaged to pilot us about Ho and nailed him in his room with the gifted by God." From that hour tho out unsoge. two largest telojcoic8 would linger for hours near tho fonda monoy. 'Now,' I says, 'Billy, do you dawn at victory camo to him and never markable that tho X DAILY TRAINS 2 diuncrlcss, and, what was oven mora rccognizo your old boss?' and in tho world should both bo Irish, of course abandoned him, though many of his Science Monthly. terrible, sleepless, so that ho might fast ho did. Says I: 'Bill, want thatthrco games wcro marvels, and very often ho III SHIllUHUHIII1t VIIICU(,U 1AIUISMIIU I en upon U3 tlio moment wo should thousand you stolo from ANDTHENUhTH Letter from me, with tho played them blindfolded. emerge. If ho discovered our destina Day Coaches and lircllulnit Chair lata Through interest, nnd all legal and traveling ex- New Orleans. tion ho would strido off mutely in ad' Without Chsoge. penses.' vance, to impress on us tho fact that wo takjxo noirx suoirr cuss. I'ur VVhkIiIikIoii, Hnllliuiirr, I'ltllnilel- "'Ah, yon do?' says ho; 'didn't tho tillln, njew TrM imu Bosluli, were under obligation to him; and when A man slipped into ono of tho saloons ' courts decido that wo found the place wo wanted ho waited rhls Is the Viry Ilest l.oute, as You llsro No ,on Main street and invited somo friends " ' Curso tho courts,' says I, putting n msngeoi iratn. patiently until wo had rewarded him a foot long under his noso. ho had in tow to drink. The man had with a half cent. If wo gratified him Ilsie Threegk Day Cesrkes ea All Trala.l evidently just como out of tho big end ' This is tho sort of legal document that by asking him tho way ho responded by Have Wo Midnight Chances I I'm travelin' on now. This is tlio com- of tho horn in a mining speculation, and silently stretching forth his arm nnd ono plaint, warrant, indictment, his sudden accumulation of wealth was Arrlre al bt. Ixiula t Hears la Adiaare ef Judge, jury, long forefinger with a lordiy gesture, p Other Llaet, then by securing more tlmtt I r verdict and sentence, all combined, and shown in Ids big watch chain, immonso i maklneehsnimofcsrs aud eettlne first choice " still striding on; and ho had a tho firm of Colt & Co., Now naven, aro diamond pin and generally-- " loud air. j2j ol seals In cars of connecting Unea. sneering smile, which ho ho camo to pay for tho drinks ho my attorneys in tho caso. When thoy When put on when ho looked around to sco if the only and speak thoy talk straight to tho point of pulled out a handful of gold and silver, Sir To Indlanaiiolls(alroutChicago, and rids along o wo were following. Ho gradually a llne.trlnglls your mug, you bloody larceny thief. amounting to about SCO, and laid it on for us a sort o! symbolic shadow of the iboree ot Lake Michigan. This jury of six, of which I am foreman, tho counter, remarking : tho town's vanished greatness; and from "How much is this?" is liablo to bo discharged at any moment For Tickets, lutes. Time. Mil. Ac. sli Ir to his mysterious way of coming into sight " Goin' to stop hero long ?" asked tho Ticket AgeulK uf Coliueelllig; I.liiea, or No technicality or statutes of limitations addreea tho most unexpected and haunting us in here, and a stay of proceedings won't barkeeper. It.N. IIHOWN Houthrrn lasscager Agt., places wo gave him tho namo of S. E. Cor. 4th and Main Ms., Uulitllle, Ky "Fowdays," said tho man. lost over four seconds. I want 310,000 W. W. I'EAUODY. W. ILbllATTUC. "Ghost." Nevertheless, wobaflledhim to squaro my bill, or Tho gathered tho monoy (len. Pass. AgL, (leu. bupL, I'll blow your Unclnustl. at last. In tho Street of tho Christ of blasted brains up, counted it carefully and shoved it out' Well, ho passed Light there is a small but exceedingly' over tho monoy right away, and said ho all back, saying, quietly : . euneug mosquo, now converted into a OU fuhlonilile remedies aro rnnMly "Better keep it, stranger, if that's all Aiiitrl lutfnM fllA fulVAnftf or mu Ta.l.. i. hoped thcro'd bo no hard feelings. Now, l.l r..hlinxl .I ehwpch, so ancient in origin that somo of !l"'fl' tvi;iuut conquering there's somo Colorado law for you, and jou'vogot You'll need it right along. to depletion a a means of In &, to show ti5J capitals in it oro thought lieen quite exploded I haven't tho heart to toko monoy from cure, uavo the great mnoTant whichbytoutlio it's tlio kind for mo Eh, boys?" And aucceM of Viwgothio work,' so that it must havo a man who's so near broke." tho crowd, with ono accord, concurred tlio iTitem, trannullitea the nerves, been a Christian church even beforo tho malaria, depurate and enrlcUe Tlio crowd laughed, and tho snob, in tho cheapness and efficacy of tho plan the blooil, rousea the liver when dormaut, Moorish invasion. Close by tliis wo pocketing his handful of monoy, withand promotes a regular habit or body. by which a man could carry his court on :m a? I'oraaleby all DnwrUu and Dealers chanced upon a charming old path, or generally. In elicit Otl. 9, IbsL his hip, instead of appealing to the draw with a melancholy and dojected conftfvord. entered through a wooden blind goddess in Chicago and St Louis. air. Colorado Xewi. CINCINNATI SOUTHEUN DIVIBION. gale, and by dexterously gliding in hero STOUT OH" JACKSOX AXD JlItXTOX. txxltLakc Tribune. soutiiuouxn. and shutting tho gate wo exorcised hu!7 ho o fu 3 No I Ono evpning at tho White-- npusotho KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. "Ghost" forsomo tunc lex Mgl Aniim Mall HOW A JlAJUWJt lWMLOl'S. conversation drif tod 'to Benton, and'M. BTATIONH. Liu Exp Dally and A 8X4 KB HTOlcr. li'iy list- - Ex. Kip. " now long docs it tako a man to loam Lincoln said that tho vary room wo wero tfiid'y K17 hx.8 To get n snako out of a bottlo is a te tho barber business ?" asked a reporter, sitting in had been tlio scono of a most f.M i: M A.M THE MOST UKSIUABLE UOUTK TO dious job; in whatever position it is whilo undergoing a tonsorial operation 4 38 1 4t 0 2V S40 Lie. Cliiclunsll..... charactcristio advonturo of Benton's with UUS II IU 13 II 2 ' UeorgelowuHHMH. , turned, tho head will bo, directed up- at the hands of a colored professional. 7 10 12 Ml ' lexlngton .... .. V31II4U President Jackson. When Benton camo MiUoT.s. .. MUi 7 30" Ii20 ward, so that tho only way to induce "Well, dat depends on how much to Missouri ho was at feud with Jack liiO UI 12 47 lllsh llrldce 13 him to como out is to placo tho bottlo talent he has .'or do business," was tho llsrrudsburg Juucl'n ...WU a 24 ltd It the IVpultr Route, atturillue, And son ; in fact, ho and his brother and ilooa, .kvldi-dl- j I - U 47 " Usuillls........ superior accomuiodatlous to leuiliangMsnd upright or nearly so; even then tlio quiet reply; "generally takes 'bout a Jackson a Si I 2l! . . - W 3) .., ' Junction City. and several others had a diff2 20 " Hnuierxt ......... . - SOU head is withdrawn on tho slightest Missouri, Iowa, Kaniai, Texai, 3 40 ' I'uliil Hurusldo.. - 2SO..- .year." iculty at Noshvillo, in which Jesso Ben... BHi ...... Uoikwuud.. al rani and tho position is by no moans " How do thoy begin ?" asked tho re ton was killed, and wluch was tho causo Tbeliortn, rioriuwwiiaiia ev. In fact, If you ' Hprlug l.'lly -.. ..., ... - C 40 .... ' 2:1 toiiletuplsli a irii in any uirvtuuu, yvu, mwiwi favorablo toita transference to a box. If porter. .. - 820 ... ' lu ia of Benton coming to Missouri. Thoy will lio filscmu by niirihsilut' vour tickets els Arr. Itujriv .- -.ga ... . ... IU23 Chsllsn tho door or opening of tho latter will K. C.snJCIu(.liiiiaU. JTrslusniieu wiy 2. full "Doy generally begin by blackin' had not met for years, until Jackson i.i. I'.l.mi . i.i nut new hit luirnei. anu Nouiituouaii admit of it, tho best plan is to put tho boots. Den dey atau' 'round Chair an' watch was President and Benton Senator from i.u.i....iv rurnUiiMl ItALllulnirthis Old Cars lorni hoia Nu II No 4 No 2 llollsble, the uneiuslrd euuliweuts of bottlo uncorked into tlio box, and let tho on olo barler strop his razah, watch him v, , I'TmT V. U AM Missouri. "It was in this room," said mereuy uissiuk a inp ut r imi nw snako crawl out at its leisure, first shav o. After a whilo doy lets 'em put pleasure. Try II. 7 So 4u 445 4,e. Cbattsuuigt.. do President Lincoln, "that their first rlous euiufoit and 74 lu a US ' lloioi - ...... chocking off" tho Itottlo with n wodgo " TIMr. TAIILK. IN ErefcOT OCT. J5. I8. 7 . . V33 lather on. Dcu pretty soon ho tries his meeting took place. Jackson was seated H3 g 8(1 HprliigClty. 7 40, 2) 10 0 of psjicr or wood, lest it should roll over ban' at shaviu'. Somubody comos lUckwusU I dat's at thin very tablo when tho door yonder ... 2 02- . .. . 12I 24 I'olul llurn.lds.... t.'o. 4. Ko.. tiO.t boUTII. on tlio reptile, iiud fastening a string to very UI .- " homtrwt or tuobbo ain't very swung open and Bunton stalked in and S 3o 2 82 S am it in order that it may bo removed with- particular howho's shaved, an' doy puts stood tie Cotlugton . V 40 s w 'I 30 p in I S 00 p u ' Junclbm City 41 4 40 2 42 DauflllK. i 10 p 10 HIS piu silently in tho middle of tho floor. " Ksluiuulh 4 41 2 87 llarrudsburg Juutt'li .. ... 8 87 out difficulty at tho earliest possiblo lu 60 a u S I'J p UI 10 IS pill L'ynthlaua. 8 lb dor new man on fo' to try his han', but Jackson looked up nnd rocognized him High llrldg Ill 8 33 3 11 1'arls.. .. ... II 0 a in A 45 l ulll0 37l'Ul 3 83 4 38 .. NUholasrllie. uiflliopm Vt IS p ui Arr- ljriln-lousome olo lurbcr always strops his rczah at onco, nnd recollected at tho samo timo 2 30 4 00 700 4ou Lexlugloii ........ I ti piu 1 SO U U IM Lie. lxlDKlon Ono of tho most poisonous snakes I an' keeps im eyo on him. Mcbbo 7 33 4 17 2 63 42 (leorgsluvu.. do that ho had no weapon to defend him. Arr. Wlntiiesler t JO p ui U 10 am 824 7 40 1024 0 4V over possessed was brought to mo in n now man doe fust-ratui ' lit. merlins; a St p in 00 p HI IJ43SUI Arr. Cluclunsll an mcbbo ho self. Equally silently ho got up, walked 7 AsllliUd .. t l.H. AEAUAMA OIIEVT bOUIHICUN. brandy bottle, and, after twisting, and doesn't It nil dermis on his 463 aui S OS p ui JlunllmtoUw. to tho door, looked it and put tho key . VoO I. re. Cbatlsuojga... shaking, and tappiug it for an hour No. o Mo. 3. No. I. tfOKIII. IM .... A Halls. ............. ..-Confidence is do main thing in in his iockct, and wont back to his scat. ..... 8 13 " lllruilugbsui. ...... ......... without avail, I grow impatient. Tho learning do barber business." 30 a tu HuntlnKtuu.. 8 84 ..... " Tusisluosa .................. Then ho said, " Dos this mean war or Ltd. Ashland- -. . 7 IS a ui tail just thon happened to protrudo 1000 Arr. Mcrldlsn "Do barbers shavo themselves?" peace?" II 88 a ui S SO a ui Ml. merlin 880 about half an inch, so I nciod it with queried tho Lte. Merldlsn is Wlncusltr. mi pi Ul 10 a in rejwter. D87 " It moans peace," said Benton, IS lUlaiu TuslooM.......... .. . 12 21 Arr. my fingers, and, rapidly drunhig tho ll.iailugbstil.... 2 00 p ui 7 U a ui 3 00 p in Lto. "No, doy shavo ouo anodor. When Jackson again arose, walked to tho 2 40 Attalla W p ui IU110 S 0 put l'srls. ... body tlirough tho other hand, had tho ... 880 Arr. Chattanooga. a barber wants a shavo ho asks a friend door, unlocked it, camo bock to his seat, Cyolblsna...... J M p u I) I! a ui 4 U a IU 1(1 reptilo safely in my grip behind his to do " tsluioulu... 4 45 p u 10 S3 a ui a is pm VICKHUUIMI AND MEUIUIAN. it, an den ho shaves do other man. and then said, "Col. Benton, I am Arr. Curluieuiu a ui 0 30 pui p ui 11 s jaws, now distended with Barbers never pays nothing for 10 20 Lre. Meridian, ... shaves, pleased to see yoo. Tako a chair." UAYdVILI.K DIVISION. " Forest. . . ItW iftuger. But tho slido of my snako-bo- x unless tl toy's nway from homo." Uraodoo. . Li. Uilnatouspui. Arr. Marseilles input All this timo Benton was standing Na was shut over, and I eould uot draw it 1244 iUaiu No. 10 " Doesn't professional courtesy exist statucsquely in tlio center of tho room, No. II '" l'srls S lUflOJSlu, " Leilnutoa a0 iisui Arr. Jackson.... Vlcksburg-- , " Mi jm lilt 20 a ui. hack with ono hand ; so I was obliged " LellnjlonS Mpio Lie. VUksburg., among barbers cveryuhoro?" 800 novcr moving a musclo whilo Jackson No. U " MsjiflllelOOpul tofjet him slip back into tho bottlo 1041 JS1XSOQ ' "I reckon it docs, but I never hoard was locking and unlocking tho door, and No Srunsdslljr and hss dsy ioscIhs fruiidii-rlnns1128 Hrandoo again. Having bet tho box all in order 144 ' Forest. .. it called by dat liamo u(ur',"lo)ton tho reconciliation between tho two genIn Wulilnnloii. I'ullmsiir Ktwiwislo.Ksiis, 444 Arr Meridian for tho Car Io reception, I once Courier, W Va. aivl Knlliile-Clislwhs tlemen was complete. It simply show ed Slffs only al tlallous ou K I' It. It, VICKMUUIIO. HHUEVEIIlUr AND I'ACIFIC. more essayed toluy hold of him by tho tail where lime Is glreu. No. t runs dally, estepl tho dinmatio character of tho man, no Mu. H. B. BiiVANT, who founded buadsyi hss tUroujU roaches to II uu luston. No, Lit, Vlcksburg. .,...... ..... btfUiow, most provokiucly, no amount IlelLS 12 80 through Bunds; iruiu Jill r. sicn.1 parlor tar hss Marsrill. cow ties Arr. Mourue 880 business colleges in this counof maneuvering would bring that useful No.s to "Bomb men leave enduring footprints to Ml Mleilluf and ruu.Jillj, hss ehgiul dsy rosili from Washing. 780 Mouree try, has now an iuteiest in only ouo. member to tho top. Another of their timo," and somo too. Holluisn Bleir IVoui Kanawha Mils and He. lk.Ua .. In tho history 12 I Lexlog ou to llutiuuall, Ouly 2 iW iisilorrsra unpucoesiful angling converted my imleave unpaid bills in tho hands of their three slops. IVoui I sud S run dally, except Buu- - Arr. Vlcksburg. Nos No Hinder liw ulistlered the system may friends. patience into desperation, and ut length, V. V. snd day sudlisre Ibrouith coschee from HunlluictoD ..r .. HCOTT. ,il.i... V (len. Msn Cln u Bou. r JOHN . uv sod Ml Slerllug- - lilreit coiiaeUloii at Lexington II J. Viueiunsn, liuiwi r. I. lull oiii. , ,1f. r ....I n unfcT kind, the Great Orr-(- it wh'eu I saw the tail about two inches be OiiMvirrw-cnofsnR'y, (liirlnnsll, ll.t II. COLU with IM fur UUbMoud,Ky.,Uwreuiclurg,K7., I A. Lin. Kou 1'. A. A.tl. H K'y. Chstlawa.Tnu.i and Versailles. Kr llllAN.d an Inviijoralnr will aecure health and liati. from tho mouth of tho bottle, I stuck The nim tree will not bo sweetened, , Vliksbuw, C !llltiiWK, J. HAItHY, O I A.V.AM. (,.W IIENDEII. . t., n. n t, (Jeu'l I'usi. A 'I it AgU Miss., Jilts r wniviiibiis. i " adwlU'iiienl. For cslo by though you water it with nn'lk.- iu recklessly to try to so-- 1 l',,,WH my rSupriluleudciit I K'y, Mouroe, U. tern ral ottiies, formglou, Ky, I'tnny h Mi AIihIi r, Hianfoiil. . curo jt, Dim-Itslf- pacl Monntr, Titn c ltxsB rnott. AtTXOXOHTCAL rOOnK.M. - (iniirii - iiihKt'iuiiT. HTAron Hraaar LAN0A8TER, . J0II.N T. IIKMU.NS, A S'rLirar'oiajD, icy. svaxis it mm aiis. rul Man-sjrt- r. . KENTUCKY 1'ltONtir.l'Olt. HOTEL Ml t. Cun-ls- J. M.tilson, MHTIIIllilirT.WlUTH.-llhinnrnlng and lilgnteie.pl tho Hili.l. Prater Mrellve er l Ihursilsy night. Mmnlay Hcti. k enn a u. liar I. . MorrlMHi, HHielntesleiit. Tht MlsslonsryeVc4y meets here eii the 1st bundsy in emeh monlh, al I o'lloek Mia, T T, Useless, President. BAiTImt.-Kiiv.j- x -- -- -- i - - Courier-Journ- rlRST m. He hoc I CLASS so-la- lattery particular, The patronage el Hie publle solicited, and satlsfictlon gosrintenl, !2lf !&.., rrarer nthl. Matnlay dicerlntenilent i and loorlh Mundsya, MeetlitK etery at n'anrrrrntrt. Hernial nrilagand . V'tn , WellstIltrrow t, K. H, after-iwd- tho" A ly GRAND GCUBIKATIOK. m, on ccntljr-cliiuo- d "I Semi-Week- Interior Journal Ami Ihe IjHilMllle Courier-.Journal f'lllHliTIAN Worship by the ronertgatteh at' ery isini'tnay terfr"tr Cot imra tsint's dars MuDde? HcIimiI rtrti ami Hetwsare, at 14 ktierlntendent IllllXIIVThlllAN, NllllTII It.t. I H.Mehl-JnhW "nn.iiy ktMk.1 it I ry. Itont, Hiivrlnteelrnt. Union I'riyer Meeting on ive.lnil nif ins, Ji it -- n t-- 1 pos-itiv- Weekly Ono year Inr OPERA HOUSE, little u S3.no twu HALL'S ouiUiia Cartty-Chron- than the pile of one. psts lr inr tTAKrOlin. KV He paying its II So yon will reeelie forene yrai your home pttr with the Ouirlrr-Jotirns- l, lh represenlstlienewspsvr of Ihe fcMith. ainl I hi brightest tnd ablest Isinlly Weekly In Ihe United Ms tea. Those who Utelre lo examinee ran do an at in pie copy el IheCoitiler-Joum- sl lhlseir.ee. W. V. WALTON, - Propriotor. l.t, Hlsaof Uag, JntM Etghl namtele nil id Hcen-tr- y eVailag eapseHy, IneiHallM aillrry, tOT. Heaaonatie rales to gul aittMlions. Address at a hoe ly CONDENSED TIME. & o STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, M o; I"T bT ,JTANK)IH, KV., UAII.HOAD LINK. 4xfluta??it-- . ., 6, M WINE, l liXSLH l.te I the - y . Isincasler l.lrlng.ton ' Crab ilrclisrd.... ..... Ntsnlord ... ehelby ' Dsntllle Junction .... 11 Mllchellsburg. " lUnon. .... " New Hsren. Arr. Itianon Junctlun.. . 11 Clnrlnostl Junction. l.wil.tllle li KlchmonJ..... Maaru I, TUAI.SH (ll)IN(l NdltTII. I Ex It bun 00 a 00 .. Clty... .... la " " 10 " M" 10 04 " ill Wl '13 lepm ill 47 ' 2 ii, 2 " 7 10 8 21 lleadstmies, Tablets. r M.il.ls Uik kinds o' all eircti neatly te.1 ami gusr-anle- an u men Is, ie ,!! P SW1 YalwalwahalwL. gwlwlwfejauawa on epHIrs 4 ly Hon TRAINS (ll)IN(l bdUTII TUTT'S PILLS tho lleail, With a. dull aenaatlon In the back part, l'mn under the bhouldtr blade, fullness after eatlnr. with to exertion of body or Irritability of temper. Low spirits,mind. with a foeluiKof liarinn noglcctexl tome duty, Wearttieta, Uixxlnets, 1'lutterlng at the Heart, Dots beloro tho eye. Yellow Bkln, Headache Rnerally over the right eye. lteatleaaneaa, with fitful dream, hlfihly colored Urine, and dlaln-clinatl- safit I.TSSiT Lie, Isiulsslllt. Ls. fetsafurd. Vx. uo it dd highly-sultabl- o Arr. Uilngsion bra, Lauiaster w. Arr. Klchnmml. " Crabllrrhsrd. . 8 34 am 3 04 p in 3 34 4 IU SO ' 8 0 ao kah'p PULLMAN PALACE CARS Mobile, Montgomery, and New Orhsiis. Euilgrsnls toTexas list thelrebolre&f Iworaotra via MeiupMsor fia New itleiis Tlfto isueb quicker sod rites loser than by auy elhei route. It Is alsulha To Memphis, TORP3D LIVER. LounfAptvrtit". Howels cottlvo, 1'aln In SYMPTOMS OF A it Utile line. 01 ODI0KE3T, OUEAPEST AND BEST Louisville Ciiiciniinli! lloutii to all points In Missouri, Kansas, lltliwls, Indlsns, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado. Arksntss. Only on rhsnga lu Chlesgo, M IjjuIs snd for futlher Inforuisllun alaiot tickets lu Ibi rtuutti, Ktnsss. i olorsdo. sn e Ursiit rstes i '. t lorl Is, sld.-c- ATttlllli:. (len. J'sss. ind Ticket Agt , laxslssll e, sty Or F.J. Aolhuny, Agt., etsunird, Ky CONSTIPATION. lst f. aurh cnaea. on dose etTeeta aurh is chanfe of f eellite na to nalonlsli the sulferer. They Inerwabaei n,.. A,ll(r4and cmnae lha body to litis m I ius tlie arilem Is nourlstird. and r ' r Tmilf aelloM on lha Itlarrsllvt eilrtrana. Ileulnr nioolo ar reo. dured, I'm-- .. nla. 33 llsirsr HU, H. V. TCTTHI'II.l.SnrrserlallyndaptetIta llrl, fellow-townsma- o to Si. IoiiIn E TUTT'S HAIR DYE. l.oute ma Kentucky's Knsl llaT HAiKnmVViiraKiks rhsoaed IsslHnar IILAiKby .uuil appL.tUunsriblslleK, II Im parts a natural ctlor, acts lltsuntaueouslf Hold ly Dnicgtsia, oc ssnl by eiprrts ou recalpl of II. U JtCKHAY NT XtW TOHas. ori'KT. a aiSCIL el lUwII, labeaxlaa aX (Be. TtTT-UI a.l,u -- sa awUW I BIX as UaawJ lpular Washington, Philadelphia N.Y. The only line running HPIainEnglishi rfWKitvu a K0S1FERS PULLMAN NEW SLEBFINO CARS ni dtrvtd 4vJ il tl r IrulD llM HERS KXPRESSED1 JS OiirittCtKCUUITtlUTHtHST - r..uijiMrh ir tu I .tltb rMiaua iiabkib hKWinrt u U eVt1 A SOLID TRAIN I.oiiIhvIIIc, fk klmft rktx.t I Its er baftvuji ulrvr (incltiiiiill mill Hy., I.ct-litKio- ii, WASHINGTON CITY, Connecting In same deput with fail trains Ur H. Ynaiiiiaui .MM. y naa bltrwsatil4L ititre w. U auaf tbM mf Toavory youoK. uiiuUionuvorolilman debilitroublml with i.TVotiH or rhy-Icty or Impotent? ttcaltxt circular la nt Hnnd full atlt1rB3 on potal enni to fit. HARRIS REMEDY CO, St. Loulf, Mo. Wo watit rurevlJrwxta. YouiU itiacdr Cn4lkoa tooc.vu.cilsf UU. 1HC0KEUCS0H . it, - ioa I' l.f a4 wkr ,etcira1lrnii lb Iwn-fe-I iim HttrmtBt - ntn. 1 trmlf Iwn Jim . IhMl M aava a will Ha 1 H rlu8lUlb.Mlafl 048tpaUUtBanl-it- l llvaf Utttm Ihl liv a tr etirl m, . laalatxitowM Muta. ltl,& lll lM Urt -- ? ! 1HMJ al irt--T The Direct Route to Lynchburg, ville, Norfolk, Dan- IK iv A nnd MAIIHOOD CUinr""vnri-r- bar-keep- .... BlfffRS -J All Virginia and North Carolina . Fointb-your For tickets snd liirther Inrunostlon, apply to nea.-ve- l ticket otttiv, or addiess -a, ,r-- , wirjIW- - 1 , , li, ii t i i ai a i'. -- i ' CEXJev:' iiili.ii- iu .i 11 1 i i. I i .ui i'.ii if. i i i iiifin, mu iw rn ri i units i . Ii A,', r. ., i. U- - m.b MUDLISIIIt Uo.234 Mlltaiskte, Wit. THC ' urnirikf l" E 'v.th-i.n- ...!. 1 Cincinnati, New Orleans Texas Pacific (len) rtnulhwestern Aeenl, Sio IV. Malu nt . Isiolitlllo Ky. V. VV. JAMIJS ('. IJIMHT. $kW RELIABLE (.( FREE! SELF-CUR- Railway. Uao'l Manarer, SMITH, If. Ulcbiuood, Virginia. llan'l I'aas'r Ag'l. V. t'ttl.l.l'll. raanrlta nrietnllMI Af nna tkl thai cvntnot'id and socceasful ipecMttsts n tbaU.tfc. .now r iredi for thacoraof .VerrsHi ItmhiHtVi au Iftuy. nviil JlaiinosMf.il sassHiUcuxgUutajjOll UplalbsaaladtnTtlupat-ew- , V!drtit OR. WARO & CO., Uultlie. Mo. . 1 ie -- H u Intei'ior ivwmril THE j. CINCINNATI! 11 11 !... M 111 ..- 7' ..J M A . good-nature- 011 1 .3 . - nip 11 111 tlli ' 11 ...I contl-dcuc- o. ... ......... ...... ... ST23Jk3S- - 1 JOB PRINTING- OFFICES Is Froparod to do all kinds of Printing iu tho Boat of Stylo and at City Figures, Try us. ! rnmMNaff oil n CsvJA'liefff'- 111 jdcath-dcalin- g il 's forty-- eight half-hour- . foro-Uug- er Slm-ttrl- Hark aiull'huMptturuM in (I luilatublf Joint, YVta unlyprriHiriitl"H of (run tUnt will nut VtarKruthm trrthitt chttractrrUtteof ixprrlrucuur IUU.I.UM Ikuh Iunii lu my (iraciu u. aiil In allu!!niTsMTiu-- r ). UiVu nevtr I'uii4 itmUurf tuylvv thuruault lintalll)u. llAUrk.utt lTuulrailuu, uniu IllaM. I&OH .... Invito diM., Jn mu.yciM of .Strvuui M.nkl. li.al.. Iil.h.hJ, l.l.llu lyHtiaU. autltulm -- w... .......I.............. I.l.u.. .!... ...!.. ,..mi imim m ,...., ..". Ull.1,1 Uf.,1.1. Hill....... u.a uiu.m, liua .n.. " IiOVvrUOCil lllllllllliiu ui sotuoof liaro batUiNl ouruiost eutlutot plitildsus, bato )itblid tuthlsKristaudluconiiiar In.fait, shlanauHlir I pnstrtba It lupnfereuca Io any Iron pnparaUuM made. JttJUUI such a ciiiiiouud IWJN 'luait fs a ufctsslty lu my pm tlco ' f HA Jll I la, u Du. lUUfXU'a 81o Wash A tenon. r Ijiiis. tin N.iv sah linl blowl? Jl iiltfrm eitluf in (( nnlunil healthful ton to im tiiffstur ertUHt iim rierroMt t'ifsm, niiA-- nti It iipolfraUe fo tlrntntl Debility, Iaimm of I I lint 1'ratlritttou I'uwrr ii Mil lmttotHfe i LOUIS. UANUFACIUREU tit THE OR. HARTER MEUICINE CO.. 213 N. MAIN 41. I -... irutlijl'f JVo f ;;-tl- tt, 1 rjWj ,i.