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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 21, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882042101_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: April 21, 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. end - Heeki VOLUME X.-NUM- iitefta 21, 1882 wntfii nL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER BER 510. STANFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL Tot Much for Him. 3G. h Speaker Ktlttr'i Stenographer. Speaker Kcifor dismissed from tho IIouio of Kcjircoontntlvcja fow weeks ago 0110 ol tho best itenogrnpheri in W, P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. tho country. He did no, It wai allegT. R, WALTON, Butlntu Manager. ed at the timo, to oblidge ex President Grant, who had n favorite shortSunsciuiTioN, $2.50 I'kr Annum. hand writer whom ho wished to put into tho position, tho salary of which is nearly equal to that of a member o r Tatty Tolu. Congresj. In our Washington de"Chaw, glrla, chawl Aa foil gallop and runup and down the street, spatches this morning will bo found Attracting the attention ofall whom you meet. tho proof of this man's utter incompeIf you only knew tency for tho placo. The Uoramittco Whit the Men think of you, on I'oreign Allairs woro compelled to You'll glTtqplho.hablt.of"thwlng" lolu. adjourn yesterday because tho Speak . I And yen Ulk, era pel stenographer could not follow AW Ilia woil'l never eaw tho witnesses id the fihipherd invetti-galion- . Hiith a' motion of mould, eucti t inurement of Jaw. ' Tho Speaker was warned at Iff a vender jronr Jaw tho timo that ho was abusing his powDon't won to lot k ( ' Thihapetf vourraouih er as tho presiding ofliccr of tho House; Would fetlalnlyaliock that ho was impairing the machinery 1I1 nut m'olj l.llljr goal An.l of that branch of Congress and vioChawing a enek. lating every principloof civil sorvico ' OlrU.lt li.wful rclorm merely to reward a partisan; To ateaueh ijiw full Oftiffylolu. but ho paid no attention to tho disin"Chew, glrb, thawl" terested advice that was olTered him. A -f-WIII Ilaya. Oh.fhawl IUjoicing in his newly acquired poweP, Thi"Nt Sinatorial Ditlrictt. with tho keen instincts of an Ohio t.'III-kmaFulton Mid (Iraves. man to obtain an office or givo one 2 McCracken, lUllard and Mnr.li.ll. away, ho rushed on in his blundering II. I.TOn.I.lrinKiton.Callowav and Trigg. career, and, as ovcrybody foresaw ho I. Caldwell, Crittenden and Weualrr. would, ho has butted his head against A. 1 lender aon and Union, 0. Chriitlan and Hoiklna. a stone wall. If Mr. Kcifir wcro to 7. D.rU and McLean. bo the ouly aufTcrer by hit own stupid8 Mulilenburjr, Ohio and llnller. ity thcro would not bo any cause far V logn, RlintMon and Tcdd. regret. Hut such is not unfortunate10. IJreckinrldge, Hancock, IMinondeon ly, tho case. Thcro is gravo reason to and Orajaon. 11. Warren and Alien. fear that tho so called roporU of tho 12 Ifardln, Meade and Ililllilt. Speaker's alleged stenographer in tho lit. Hart, I.irne and Green. Shiphcrd case aro worthless, and that 14. Spencer, Nelson and Khelbjr. tho committee will havo to go over tho 1.1. Marlon, Washington and Taylor. Mr. Keifer js ev 10 Clinton, Cumberland, Adair, Uus.ell whole work again. and Wajne. idcntly not competent to appoint a 17. Uurel, .itasl,Vhlllv, Hell, Knox stenographer. New York Ilcrald. j&inMUJtffltln 3nltriorournnl -- 1 n, A singular spcctaclo took placo in an adjoining county about ten days ago during a marraigo ceremony. In tho very midst of tho sorvico tho preacher stopped short. His agitation had been noticed from the first. His voice which had been shaky, now gavo way entirely. Ho tried to speak but could not; his face was deadly Ho trembled visibly and finally pale. swooned, and would have fallen to tho floor but for tho supporting arms of those around him. Tho marriage bo lug of n strictly privato character, there but-fewho witnessed tho sccuo. This took placo at C o'clock. Tho ceremony wn deferr ed until the minister recovered, which happened about 0 o'clock, when tho anxious pair wero united. Tho singular circumstanco attending the marriage has been much talked of. Tho minister's agitation, his swoon and his failure to complcto tho ceremony are variously accounted for. There are not wanting some who trade a relation between this imprcssivo scene and tho fact that the bride was a former sweetheart (aud fiancee, it is thought) of tho minister who had bceu called upon to unite her to another man. The minister is still n bachelRichmond Whig. or. taught the merest rililifnental part of Stanford Female College. Uno member their administration. MTANFOIU), KY. throw a pitcher of water on his roommate ami colleague. Hon. Mr. Parker was making a country log school-hous- o With a Full Corps of Teachers, sort of a speech un somo sub Thll Inillliitlon opened It. Twellth Senlon on ject, when the aforesaid room-matthe ?d Monday In September Int. .Mr. Dernckson, observed him call a pajjo and send him for some water. AM. THE BRANCH K8 OP A This errand Derrickson undertook to perform and brought the water, but THOROUGH ENGUSHCOUnSE instead of letting Parker drink it, Aro Uiifbt, m wellu poured it on his head nnd drowned him and his speech. This action was MUBIC. TUB IiANCJUAOKB, D1UW. INO AND PAINTINO. highly applauded hy tho other members of that ghastly body. The freaks of this kind played there, are funny to those who draw 8J3 tier day for doIn Tuition, prlcea range from 23 to 150 In tb ing nothing. g samo freedom thoso fellows would havo done in tho play ground at tho country school house when they wero Ltgitlaiitt Jokers. Tho confii'ion in the House of Hen A Chance for Bargain. rescntatives at Frankfort, during tho sittings of that body would do credit I wlibtsaellinr tract of Knob Land to tho assembly room of a bedlam and 100 ACKI.Ht to nothing clso. Kvery kind of noiso, CONTAINING every kind of cranky panky practical Situated about 4 m Ilea rtoulh of HlioforJ, and e farm." It haa on joko is indulged in nnd played upon known at tho old Htwotinall bulldlnci. connected l7 a porch, members hy others without tho slight- which a intall family ran HeaeorafurtaMr: an In Hprlnf near tho ImlMI (i ahout SOU young est hesitation. Apple Treea of "elect Irult, mane ol which are now Papers aro thrown, hooks tossed, bearing, and a qnantltr of good Timber, audi aa water dashed at n member with the poplar, nk, ehettnul, Ae. . HI.AI.1I. a IIhtcJiihI received anil will keep eoiiHtaiilly on hhiii! a frcMi lino or Hie chnlecMt ftoW 'Toor-IIoui- Stanford, Kr., Febtnary 17, IS. Groceries,ConfectionerieSj A.nsrr FAMIIiYof which Ihey All will Soil at tho Yory Lowest Possible Margin. They are iiIho ntjeiilH lor tho hhIc of MuUIiikIj'h Mipcrlor H'oolcn CjIooiIm anil YariiH. M 'ROBERTS y T A-r- & SI AGG V OPEKA HOUSE BLOCK, siMNFonn, kit., N TERMS MODERATE. regular Departni.nta. frlmarr, tU; Intermedial' til); I'repiratoir, StO, and Collegiate, KO. HMC TT 0 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils fel If ono would learn tho secrets of It was an indejicndeut-Iookindyspepsia mid feel its untold horrors, law who was standing on tho railroad For full particular!, aa to Board, Ac, addreaa Taltrt mill IVcuri Arttrtr, ltooUm, Stationery) Tobacco ami Ctiiim, n7ilet,-- r let him eat of hot biscuit, well satura- track, apparently paying no attention MKN. N. J'rcMerllitloiiM mid I'int-- . f.iriior. . TKUKIIKAKT. PrlMclnl ted with butter, melted by its heat, to the fact that a train was rapidly maccutlcat Vrepnraltoun a Stanford, Iincoln Co.,Kj. Npcclttltv. eat in haste, wash it down with coffee, approaching. if tho oily butler is not sufficient to "I say," said tho station-mastedispose of it in tho shortest pouible "you had better get oft tho track, or tints. If tho bread is not sufficiently you will get run over." to your taste add old strong cheese in "I fancy that is my own affair if I abundance, some rich preserve, honey, get run over," was tho reply. cold ham and iwund cake, finishing "Yes, I reckon. po, but who is goand Jackson. 18. Lincoln, Ibrle, Qarranl and IWy. Adutteratitn. custard aud a quar- ing to attend to taking up tho mess with a 19. Barren, Metcalfe and Monroe. If our food were adulterated harm- - ter of mince pio, taken at I ed time. afterwards? It's not me." And r--i 20. Anderson, Franklin and Mercer. bitGO leisly, wo might not complain so If such a meal will not produce bad reaching out his right foot ho kicked 21. Itenrjr, Oldham, Trimble and Carroll. terly; but it is not pleasant to know dreams the nightmare and then the indifferent man fifteen feet and '2.1. Woodford. Scott and Jeuatulne. CD that many of our flavoring oils, sirups, dyspepsia eventually, it is becauso the nino inches by actual measurement. 23.Hall.tin, lloone and Owen. Ul 'Jl. Kenton. jellies, and preserved fruits contain stomach is like that of a hog. Texas Siftings. CD 23. Campbell. poisons. The adulterations of tea aro W 20. UratVrn, 1'endltton and (Irani. Tho bridegroom of an Indiana wedTho new United States census gives too numerous to mention. Coffee is 27. Kavelte. adulterated, but a patent has 92,053 Protestant churches. 71,062 ding lost his marriage license, without not only 2S. Itourbon, Clark and Montgomery. been taken out for molding chiccDry Protestant ministers, and 9,003,030 which tho minister could not legally 29. Msdiaon, Ketlll and llockcaetle. rr-on churches. make him a husband, and tho cere30. Nicholas, Harilon and Ilobcrtron. into tho form of coffee berries, and I members of Protestant 31. Maaon and Ivwi. am told that clay is now molded, and f Accord in rr to tho census tho entire mony was postponed four hours to O and Kllio.t. 32. llojd, Greenup, t v J. rperhaps flavored with an essence to Imputation of the United State? was enable him to procuro a duplicate. In Ml. Perry, Letcher, Clar, llulxn, Klovd, Deduct from this C,17d, agitation he left this one on the Coun represent coffee. Flour is adulterated 52,152,806. Tike and Martin. with such substances as plaster of 202 Roman Catholic?. 114.283 Mor ty Clerks desk, and hurried back 31. Magoffin, llreathltt, Jnhnion.Morgan, Wolff. Owilejr, Powell and Paris, bono dust, sand, clay, chalk, mans, and wo havo a remaining pop- without it. Tho wedding guests could 33 ltowan, llatli, Fleming, Carter and ami other articles. This gives ono not wait any longer, as it was then 1 am torn uiai ulation of 45.80 1,381. 03 MenUee. !.. b iu"""" "' .l.m.wn.1 and ua- - church for every 473 persons, includ- midnight, and they were about to de"" SO. Jeir.rxm and Jrlr.t and Keoen.l wards, whaleaomo cram aro trrouml together ing infauts and children, ono miuister part, leaving the bride in tears, when -- r 1,. 1. win. Mo .:.. a messenger arrived on r3 37. Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Set- -' for flour, particularly with that kind for every 012 of the people, CD - one professing Protestant for overy five horseback with the important docucalled Graham flour. Certainly huntnth ward of LoiiUrllle. 1 CO and , , IWl.ighlh. Ninth, Tenth, j probauly thousands, of of the entire population outside of ment. Ul t wc.ni. war,w.uom.i,ne1 white earth, Roman Catholicism and Mormonism. bwreli of "terra alba' or John Cronin committed suicide at Lawyer., jurors and client were Jar0aohl in our citiei every year to ha, Hon. Thomas Allen, member of Paris, Ivy. His body was denied buaitting about the stove in tho village' n,jxed with sugars in confectionery Congrcsifrom Missouri, died at Wash-- ! rial in tho Roman Catholic Cemetery, tavern, telling yarns about strong ami oti,er wi,ii0 jubjUucoj. I am .... . .... a... ....i... iiiuju on oaiuruuy. IT- - .mu a ua- - in nccordance with the law of the im fino horses, fat hogs, cattle, j,y Rn eminent physician that this men, Tho Cronins own a lot, and , tivo of Pittsfield, Mass ; was gradua- - church. -FI2STE aucvi, riu., uu xjiuu ui Hitm "v.u ien(ij to pnxiuco SWJIie, KIUUU tough yarns, I wsureyou. Tho. pajnts, aud various diseases- - of the IUU tti UUIUIl VUJICgU 111 1UU., BIUUIL-- III UIU llllb ilicjr un trjiu i!UU3 J I11UUU lork; established the the interment. Father Barry, the only man amongst them who seemed gtomach. Conlectionery frwiuently law in New Washington iu 1837, pastor, telegraphed to his Bishop for JadiVoniuit at 10 Know 01 nouiing very exiruur-iumleail, arsenic, ana copper. iu 1842. VM t eU f. containsdiluted with various substances and removed to St Liui. enterprises! instructions, and was ordered to exry was "Uncle Uiiiy uuucrniu. Milk it hume tho remains, which was done. He was a lender in railroad nally, uno fellow told a still jam which will not bear examination; Wett, and nt the time ni his the amount of tallow he hod while the adulteration of drugs is per- - ( iu the about The Shenandoah News has tho fol-death was reputed to bo worth S15,- procured from a sheep which he had fectly abominablo. These facts are opo.ooo lowing picnic piece: recently slaughtered. This aecmetl startling, but true, and call for remedy. lleneatb a ahadjr true tbey aat, He beld her band, the beld bla bat, The cow is a ruminant that is, sho ti arouso "Uncle Hilly." A Gkoiuiia Hawk Catciikh. I beld in jr truth and Ul right flit; tell you "Well," said he, "I must brings the food from the stomach by a Mrs. James Noel I within the last year peculiar The; klued, I ui them do It. about n. sheep I killed the other day, of that organ uud the action lie beld that kluinf waa no crime. which, for yield of tallow, I think, has caught between sixty and seventy throat, and masticates it a second She beld bar bead upererjr lime, beats any tiling you havo yet heard. hawks. The process is her own in time. This is called "chewing the I held my peace and wrote tbla rhyme cageYou see, I ran short ol feed last win- vention. Slio makes a circularchick-eu- cud," which some peoplo think, like While I he j thought no one knew it. s places a few young ter, and my sheep had to livo all of old irou, a school girl does her wax, to chew at hitu-el- f l a burden a The in it, attaches a steel trap well leisure. winter in a itraw stack in tho field, When tho lull of hay or will a. drunkird but, aince tointoxication liia friend", baited on tho ton of tho cage, nud gross is with nolliinu else to cat. Wo were given the proper mastication, becomes a dlorine, it require a remedy of forced to kill ouoof them this spring, awaits results. Tho hawk comes to it is swallowed aud another ball no unuaual activity Ttuwe who have oiiciiiuir tlitllj'n Full Uiieol'tlie llvst C.uoiIk In I he .llitkkci, to lie Soltl ut Jlottoui Prlcen. taken Simmon. Liver Regulator declare and so I selected tho fatten una of tho the noiso of tho little chickens, aud thrown up. that it ets the liver in action and Invigo- Cull iiikI cxiiiuliie. him nnd render- in attempting to get at them alights lot,' and slaughtered to The Boston Tramcripl says: "In rates the evatem in ruch a war ed the tnllow. And now, how much on tho trap, when his liberty is immo diatoly seued upon by tho merciless the house of the future the bed room shaky,the craving for strong drinks. The do you guess I got?" neriotn and distressed should rehomo guessed twenty, soiuo thirty, jaws of steel. Itissuro pop every will bo dedicated to sleep, nud the sort to the Iteculalor as a tonic to arouse time. Mrs. Henry Lumsdcn has re- bed, witli perhaps a chair or two, will the torpid liver to action, to regulate the ami soma even as Iiii?h as filtv Dounds When nil wcro through guessing, he cently caught six hawks iu the same bo tho only furuituru. Thero will bo bowels and remove the feeling of general no hangingx, no papered walls, no depression and with it tho craving for liwaa asked to relieve the suspense hy way. carpets, nothing to catch aud hold quor. informing them ns to tho correct Dishop Merrill said to a Methodist tho dust, and the bed will stand in the amount. fHOKKS.SIO.ML. Conference in Providence, as to pas- middlo of the room, where the air "Well," said he, stretching himself tors engaging iu secular business: JAMES O. OIVKN8. back in his chair, "I don't jea' recol- "Tho idea prevails among somo peo- can circulate freely around it." ONE-PRIC- E X.A.AV, lect, but it wa'n't very much, I aisuro ple that the church pays ministers to makes a The use of nico stationery KY. Sit Slh SI..LOU1SV1I.U:, you. preach on Sundays. I do not so person of refinement uud tasle. It is Practice. In all tho Uourta. Collection! promptThat ended tho big stories for the it. I understand that the church a eourco of plensuro at once to tho ly inade. evening. WAIXACEK.VARNOK. undertakes to support him for what writer and tho reader. Iu tho samo T. W.VARNON. T.W.& W. B. VABNON, Mince Pira, tjie lii.ura and Mah-kyin- ho does during the week. If you la- way tho uso of "loud" stationery, big ATTOUNEYH A.'r IV.A.AV. That Mr. Howell, in his new bor aa vou ouL'ht. vou will have uo monograms, fantastic, shapes and gau KY. marks tho vulgar man, Office In OwaleyVTANFOUD, building up etalra. story, "A Modern Instance." has in time for the store ol any tniog eiso ni dy letter-head- s A Son', new miud a masterly study of the typical a worldly character.' and witnesses far and wido to his love . U. U. KAUi'FMAN. Boscharacter of American life tho young "Is there any thing I can do for of ostentation and "splurge." ATTOIINI3Y AT tA."V, " man who works from tho foot to the you, darling?" ho said, indiscrimi- ton Trauscript LANCASTKR, KY. J top of the ladder is tho conclusion of nately getting his mouth in closo proxMatter (Viuiuilulouer and County Attorney. Will Sons ov Prowiuov. Somo people practice In all the Uourta of Oarrard and adjoining "Carlvle," imity to her Grecian and highly senthe lloBtou 2iiiscrif. eouutlea and'ln the Court of AppeaW. adds thut Journal, "never made a sitive nose, and then, as tho averted lovo to bring us speedily uuder the shadow of our doom. Ihey fear the V , THOMAS 1 UILIj.JH., grimmer sarcasm than tho picture of her head with a shrug of disgust, hason, so they run AT LAW, tho perfectly natural way in which tho tily throwinc a few fresh cardamon hour of shadow tarries STANFOUD, KY. coming. If stripling editor, having a forlorn head- seeds into his mouth, "Yes," she before it to speak of its Will firactlei In the Courti ol tale and adjoining wo do not saddlo tho bono to meet countle. and la lb Court of AppeaU. , Office in minco pio beforo goache from eating answered, without turning round, else does it for us. Owaley A bon'e new building up atalra. ing to bod, proposes to tho pretty girl "open tho window and give mo a lit- trouble, somebody Tho world is full of such babblers. who is kind to him next day. How ALEX. ANDEHHON, tle fresh many men havo proposed becauso they AT 3JAAV, Haven Teuney was called us a witTho City of Montreal recently ness in a Delaware court, and when were blue, and wauted something to DANVILLE, KY., girls at Cascoddlo them, when a glass of seltzer landed six hundred Irish the judged asked him his name, and Will practice In the Courti of Boyle and adjoining and a long nap would have cleared tle Garden. The oldest was twenty-thre- ho answered "Haven Tenney," the eouotlea and In the Court of Appeale. Not a nialo passenger came on their spirits, without tho risk of ho mo MABTEIIBON PEYTON, judgo remarked that overy man has a AT'A'OltrVJiY A'l"couttTr, woman's souudncss of heart aud happi- tho ship with thorn. They wero sent name, that tho witnets was trying to ako kxauimkr loarssr by agonti of a society which cares insult tho court, and he was therefore LIIIEUTY, KY. ness." , .. . Will practice Iu all IboCourtaof Caiey and adontmAri nful Aairtt ftta llfla O imwm ww ..- joining eouutlea, aud la the Court or Appeala. fined 810. cm irraug w , IU1 0IUUULL nuUIVMI herl0niewhere. "benator iMauouo ,fl-Hperlal atteutlou given to collection,. Office over Wfrf for -returnctl from a huropean 'tour' the When repremandod by his employ- It. T. rierco'e ilore, Rarnes, tho Kentucky rovivalist, otherday, and tho gallant little renu- DIL J. O. OAnPENTEK, er for absenting himself from tho ollico diationist mot her aud welcomed her believes there aro horses in heaven; for two wholo days, Fogg calmly re- STANe-OUKENTUCKY . . 840, which accounts for his great success in with a set of diamonds valued at Office orer Itott. 8. T.ytle'a alore. Offlc. hourat Abluegrass plied that he beliovcd iu tho oilico froui7toS A.x; 12 U I r. u T to r.u.i ex000. This 'readjusted' tho family on converting Kentuckiaus. man not on . i.:.,i. " "" !Ur Afnlinnn U Raid to Kentucky man would utterly scorn a seeking the man aud BostonthoTrans- cept till Katurday, when be will go to Crab Ore- -, eti lurlner oolt. HJ ! attach- seeking tho oflico. heaven without a horse-racwear tuo iianusomcsi joweis 01 uuy cript. LEE P. UUiTMAN, New Haven Kegister, ment. lady connected with public lite. And O IV I) J3 IV I H T, A writer, dwelling ou tho import yet there are people who allege that The HopkinsvTlIe! Ky iNVtrs says: BTANKOUI), , KY. politics when "Thero is raoro swearing done ou tho unco of small things, says "that he Office houlh aide Halo Htmet, two door, above there is no money in the My era Hotel. takes notice even of a straw, Exchange. followed as a trade' streets here than in any other town alwaps adtulolaUred wkan reespecially if there happeus to be a Pure Mtreua Oxide Ilea : quired. should faco tho South, of its size in the State." Kvery town sherry cobbler at ono end of it." A It. O. MOItOAN, u. v. a. aud If possiblo, bo upon dry ground. lias something to brag of. !" UliJNTIHT, Any available ground protected by In tho suit for libel, brought by It is an old New York superstition, Will U In blanford two wecka or by that if a cat is planted with her tall Hev, Samuel D. Hiuman against of each month, from Brat Muuday, I'ental room. groves,, hedges, stone-wallInttt. Aaepu Hotel, oier Moe. later a buildings of auy kiud, muy be used up, a beautiful willow will sprout Bishop Win. H. Hare, in Now York, jbtwalgu.) Atltncaiterlwo weekeef eachBin Ufa. month aaon llouae much from tho caudal extremity of her of 810,-00- from third Moudav for this purpose. Fowls suller the jury rendered a verdict (ce .rgn. fur ultroua oxld gate admlalatered for the plaintlfU from cold storms aud wind. when i It J7iirfail w o o a. O hard-bake- d 5W 5 e8 Q a o o 0 tL O to o P r P H H O B; ts a. ..ni;it.nf p I Q o o I and-nearl- d i w 0 ju . cuui-prett- y CTXJJST H OPE3STEDI stock: ofSDE3COESS, - 1 ri BRAND -NEW GOODS DRY GHJODS, ' coirsiSTiasra- of- ! BOOTS, ISTOTIGNS, FURNISHING ALSO A NICE LINE OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND TRUNKS. Iniu u IF. THE OWSLEY. - ZKIZEZCsTT CTCIKIir-- ATl'ORNEli Ar CLOTHING HOUSE! SB&BBFQiBQB. WE, m&im SV.. T ' Opposite Myers House, has just received an immense stock of ATTOltNEY i 1 UUUIlfl 3K UIIULU, ins N Of the latest styles, air' ATTOltNEY Trunks and Valises of all Kinds, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, e. all -- '. u.u Also, a nice assortment of LADIES'&MISSES' CUSTOM & EASTERN MADE SHOES, w hich we oner at.aa prices that can not help but convince aa GLOVES, PLAIN and FANCY SHIRTS. e every unbiased mind that HUIKi 1-- T fowl-hous- SWluJ s Than was ever before offered in Stanford. Our motto is "Quick sales and small profits and a call will convinced you that we mean what we say. WE SELL GOODS CHEAPER .. 0 rr r Judge Hansford oflVrnl a resolution to extend the station Ufofxl th lime (greed on, but It was tabled, SO to 21. Home bill to pantsk persons for going anon the Und of another without hit content, and culling and destroying timber, wm rejected In the Senate. The Senate baa amended the concealed plalol law no at to leave the fine and imprisonment the aame a at present not les than (25 nor more than $100, and not leu thin $10 nor more than SO days and make It discretionary with the Jury to ar whether the accused shall be both fined and Imprisoned, or either. The Legislative apportionment nil been filed by the Democratic caucui. Thii Senatorial district Is left aa former); the other changes can be noted by reference to a list of the districts published on our first pice. Lincoln will of course contin ue to elect one representative, but Doyle haa to club in with Caser to secure one for both. Wayne and Itustell elect one and Rockcastle and Laurel one. MT. VKB.IOS IBVKRTUKXF.KTA. I am anthorlted to announce Hiram ble. So many old saenj and so many of the very best cltlaeaa. And we made Kolhwell, a candidate for Sheriff of Garfriends there, whom we never can forget. rard county, subject to the action of the W. H. O WKNH The LORD bless the faithful ones who Democratic party. for Asarstor of ! an Inilerxnilent rnIMat 31-- O -JS- - 1ST Tt? stood by us, first and last. We had InThe majority of our young folks will Rottaatla County, Autim election, IMS. tended to goon to Falmouth, 10 miles fur- visit your place Friday night to render and JOHN W. KKItltY ther up the Kentucky Central, but the witness the Cantata of Either, which has lo the offies ( As- Tee IhKoppi Unity of thanking his paliont In Stsnfjrd snd vlcln.iy for their llb.raltupp.Mt, and LORD laid Georgetown on my heart, at been given here and at Danville, with great Is esndlitst for sessor or Rnckestll roanty, Anguit eleellon, 18J. ion, oriora nring cwnni iiora iniaearty in in hopei lo tslaln It, at h hat IM lot a the 1 1th hour, In a way that I have lesrn- - success. The QueenV "Mulligans" request ever, and It ed, by W repetitions of It, to give heed to, in case the weather turns cold you will NAM M. I!l)ItlKTT, So to Georgetown we came, with a great provide a little fire In the dressing rooms. N EY AT surprise to ourselves and every bod else. Tbeir costume are not at all suitable for tl; lilt motto To Fion lbs beat of t'oretu Mtkert They will Ut rut andmalsln Calling and Ilepalrlng neatly ard promptly don Kaeol." To a telegram rent Saturday morning ask. cold weather. Mt. Vornon, Ky. ing if there waa any thing In the way of Bryanttrillt. snd -- Our sick list I again vacant. All Will prsctlr hit prsrraalon In receiving us and beginning the mtetlng feUolnlng rountlet and In th Court of Appeals. that night, came the hearty response convalescent. Hpvclal attention glv so to collections. P. K. Parrish bought of M. II. Doorcs, "Welcome, and come on." So we came, "assuredly gathering that the LORD had ft work horse for $70. Hogs are dying with cholera, and sevsent us." And so indeed we find It. Full , houses, and that refined courtesy for which eral of our farmers have lost considerably. ICY., the ha long been famous, greetWe understand Ben Dunn has retired Agency of Bonth-Ben- d Chilled Plows, ed us from the first. We are delightfully from the mercantile busineai and contemAvery's Gait and Steel Plows, Bnckeva located with an old Winchester friend, plates farming or He haa Keapnrs 4 Mowers,Sweepstakes Thresh ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New ilome lately removed to Georgetown, and nev not decided which yet. 11. Wcnrcii, haYo Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed er a kinder reception have we met any Alex. Ray was over yesterday InspectSprings. where than here. This is, we hope, but ing the farm of II, T. Noel with the view in SI. Asaiih siuuo the "beginning of the end," and that our of purchasing it. If he buys, it will add NEW SP RING AMMTOER HILLINERT, ov-c- ry a coming here will be in the "fullness of the another nice family to our already pleasant blessing of the gospel of Christ," to repay neighborhood. bo beatMln nLt itraituJralrrt to Inform thstsJUt It romlsnlly rwrMog them for all this hospitality. Peyton Parrish and son maJeanarrow orthlivlrlnlly thai tho splendid new fprloft sod My Coflins bo comprevery atnt-ollns of As for Georgetown, we all have heard escape a few days ago. They were hauling Summer Mlllln-r- -, which thsoflrrtto the public on Agurra. hr beautiful Hock the name given it by Rro. Geo. Bain, the corn ofTnf Sugar Creek, and going down a tt vtry low ar stl th Among designs, Including thol Tilumlngt latest do Job rage, irtlhttle flower". Hb has alto a Mantua. famous lecturerer on temperance. "The very sleep hill the lines broke, and the Making Ifeparlmtnt, wher th greatest stlenllon (Order by trlrgrapli ironitly nttrntlrd to. Belle of the blue grass." Well deferred team being a young one, became tinman Is tlttn to the culling, ntlln and making ot all B. Indeed! Sweet, pretty village that it ageable. They ran ofl of a perpendicular klndtofdrwwa title, is; but raqgai about tit tdgt a all blue- - cllfl about nine' feet high, dragging the grass towns are, to remind of the old wagon with Mr. P. and son In It after DRUGS AND GROCERIES. times, whose sorrowful life bear a legacy litem. The ditch was so narrow that the On and after Aran, I, 1S8J, I propos lo sell only Mr ilork ol Drui in this shape, wherever it existed. The wagon hsd to betaken to pieces to extri fir etih or country rroduc and Urorerlealt lull and cotnilcle, and marked landscape, aa seen from the clock tower of cate it, the pi sec being so narrow the wag- down to th low til eath figures. romeiuently 1 money lot inem, or sucn arucira o , -is unrivalled by any- on couldn't overturn, and that waa all that mint hits incan the new produce aa 1 handle, such aa lumber, timber, thing in this lovely country. Scott Is no saved the lives of the occupants. Tho Uvea and all thaurodticta of th farm and dairy, such county as Bourbon or Fayette, aa a horses received a few scratches, was about dc.de. tllvsiotsrall. K. N. IIOOII, Shelby Illy, Ky whole; but neither Paris nor Lexington all the damage done. can boast audi an outlook of peerless UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. Mn.KatoSuildorar beauty aa one see belting this pretty -- Lancatler alrtet, MILLINERY I Sam. M. Burdttt. Editor. e is a Georgetown. The new BTANFOIID. . KY,, Yesterday waa the windy day of the model of convenience and elegant Inside Ia dally receiving oe and beautiful Millinery arrangement, though not so stately, nor in season here. Limb blew off the trees, ol every dnctlptlon and ererythlng of In 111'-so imposing a situation as that of Paris. shingles off houses, and the air was kept foods styles and no Udy, who Intend, buying any'tTasaassssU '. thing In her Una should fall lo call on her full of dust all day. The main Court room beats any thing we lrlc aa low aa the loweit. She la thankful for 'M-- ' 'ttilaaaaaaWn Mr. D. N. Williams picked up down past favara and hope for their continuance. nBaaaaaaaaBmjaar have yet seen and is by far the most sightit I lira. Motile Myera haa charge ol lh JHasaaaaUliJ which It all that la nectmry ly room we have yet held services in. It at his spring yesterday, a piece of lead ore ao-almo't solid lead about one eighth of a to aay In regard to IU can hold 1,000 and accommodate 800 com.SSSSJ "..' IBSBBBBBBB Botfortably. The "great spring" so well pound. He think he has struck a "bonknown to those who know the place, is anza" this time. Dkaths Alexander Jcnes died last simply a small river rushing out of a hill STixroan Htsskt side in the suburb. Just above it are the Monday night. He had pneumonia fever. Ik KENTUCKY. Infants nf Lee Coffee and Parrot Nash. LANCASTER, - - premises once belonging to A. Keene Richfez Both died the same night. They were ards, Esq. not long deceased. The eleJOHN T. IIIMUNS, I'UOt'IUKTOK. only a few day old. gant estate has passed Into the hand of A the freight train pawed Mount bankers. The old mansion is a heap of A FIKST - CLASS HOTEL burned ruins; the fine racing stock, he so Guthrie yesterday morning, the engine In averv ttartleular. Thpatronagot the public I prided himself in breeding, scattered to struck a car which bad been It ft too near solicited, and aatlitactlon gu.rinteed. the four winds, and all, as one looks sadly the main track and knocked off one end of it. The engine is said not to have been around, sighing out, "'Sic transit." Gov. Joseph Desha's monument erected damaged at all. J. K. McClary is in Louisville this by order of the Kentucky Legislature MHln NU NlHiifortl, Ky. stands on a terrace In a handsome pasture week on professional business. Mrs. Willis just outside the town, once a part of his Adams, Jr., is visiting at Mr. Jack Adfine farm also, now and long since, pass- am'. Mr. Adam haa been quite sick for JOHN ed into other hands. "Sic transit" again. a few days, but we are glad to say she ia Ta- much better now. esIndeed nearly all these Cue OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 g and repairing i the tates have saj histories, in part, and one can not but listen to these minor chords order of the day now. J. L. Whitehead ia 92.00 K. IL (JHKNAUI.T. JIM. SEVERANCE. D. II. F.DNISTO.S. that run through the sweet melodies of having one side of his house newly whitewashed, and ia putting on a coat of wood and field and streamlet. Other men Special Accommodation to Commercial paint. This makes e decided imwould learn the lesson and not depend on, Travelers. these things, but seek a portion above-- not provement in it look. Mr. C. W. Adam Is preparing hi bouse for painting. Oth"under the sun." What a pity that Baggage Transferred Free of Charge these loveliest things the LORD haa made ers might add to the appearance of their should be a snare instead of a blessing to houses by the judicious use of a little paint. I have recently taken charge of this home and intend to have first-claLast Monday wai the day set for the most. To enjoy the LORD in these things, accommodations. things In the LORD, is what democratic candidate to have met in town and these for the purpose of agreeing among themHE made them for. Then comes the tempter, divorcing the two, and beguiling selves who should run for the various offi aa of old the poor silly victim into having ces in this county. The day passed, and a portion apart from its God. Fatal trap, only two candidate made their appearinto which so many fall. As if a throb- ance. Nothing was done. It seems that bing immortality could be content with they are all afraid of each other. Gentle- E. H. BTJRNSIDE, anything less than God or separated from men, you can't all have offices. Come up and act like men about it. Godl Woll - Known This Old And so It turns out that "Sic transit" is An alarm of fire waa sounded this Maintains Hotol written upon so many blighted, wasted morning at 0:30 o'clock, when th house High lives. 35 for soul, 2 anointed thus far. We occupied by Sam Thompson was discoverAND look for glorious results in Georgetown. ed to be on fire. The citizen soon gath- Its Proprietor it Determined that IlHVcJiiNt received direct Irom (ho KiiMteru cKIcm the iiiom! Geo, O. Hails es. it Shall be Second to no Country Ever in Jesus. ered around the house, and with a few cIcKitiit Nlock of Hotel in the State in its Fare, bucket of water extinguished the flame GARRARD COUNTT. Appointment!, or Attenbefore much damage wm done. The fire is tion to Comfort of Lancaster. supposed to have originated from spark their Quests. The firm of Hudson & Haselden, baa falling on the ronf. The fire was first dis dissolved, Mr. Hudson retiring, covered on the roof near the chimney. A Bsrasis lllkeaTisd toaadfroia Iktdtsst frescrekars. Special aeroaasiadstlaaa k to Married, April 18th, Mr. Ben Naylor t Conatrelal Trs alera. Th liar will sharp wind was blowing, and it is almost a to Mis Laura I son, all of this county. slifaje easslled jtk tk eksleatt miracle that the house was saved. krsads f Llqasre aad Cliare. Geo Higginbotham is a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democracy. Born, April 11th, to the wife of Jos. Weisiger, a girl. April 13th, to the wife of H. C. KaafTman, a girl Alice Lusk. -. a am x Hi-pa The wheat crop in this county is said Ever cililbltt'il III llli. Iimrkvf. Xvw mill door. If to be uninjured by the recent cold snap. To ovory There will be just enough fruit to make SEEDS aro sold In your one' mouth water. Card drop 'Nrt, Wva-' Joshua Letcher, died here Tuesday, 1724. Handsomo April 18th, a victim to Consumption; wai MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, Prlcos. Address D. LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia. buried Wednesday, after a short funeral service by Rev. J, C. Randolph. A great many country people came to town Tuesday, to witness the hanging of Austin, and seemed greatly disappointed ALSO that the performance did not take place. Messrs. W. II. Kinnaird, Geo. Denny, Sr., W. O. Bradley and II. C. Kauflman are in Laurel county, on legal business, Including Nuii'h Velllsitr Ilcnrleilii Clotli, Iiunllng, TiiiiiIho Chas. Webb will leave us in a few daya for Clofli.tV'c.MiMl In facta iilctMiHMorlmciit ol other fields. May his spectacles never grow dim. W, P. Walden & Co. finished moving their Planing Mill machinery to Danville, Tuesday, They say they will be able lo FWMi I.INKM deliver work here from Danville, at the they charged for manufacturing tame price while here. From the prospect we will not be compelled to do without ice during the SumEVERLASTINO TEIMMINQ3, EIASTUOKINO, mer. An enterprising man from Louisville will run a car over the Richmond Branch emy Monday and Wednesday, furnishing tee at very low figures. In order to close out their canned goods, Geo. D. Burdelt & Co. oiler for the next thirty daya Yarmouth Corn, per O-OOID- S doien, $1.00; Standard Tomatoes, $1 60; do., $1.20; Peache. Apricots, Pine Apple, &c, In proorl!on. Sugars, In cndli'HM variety, mid h Hitlciidld uitNorliiieiil til I.hwiim, UIiikIihiiih, Ve. Coffees, Teas, and Queentware, much lower than elsewhere. 'Ti said arrangements are being made to rebuild the "burnt corner," This would be a splendid place to build a modern Wo uhtu Hdded t our hImcIc h nice HMMtrltHcut of Carpi' (h. IIiikh. s hotel, with on the first floor, Oil Cletli, MhIIIhkh. Wall Taper, Ac. but those who have cbaige of the enterprise propose building storeGENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISHhouse and to rent out the room ING GOODS. for offices, die. if they can. Friday Morning, W. P. WALTON, STAWFOBP, 3CX - - April 21, 1882 DITOH H M US 3Ft OKTANFOKU, T A. I KY., nrtl-cit- 'l -llfit-tla- n H. C. RUPLEY, 3FI, Tiik BreckinriJgo Aom puU this Wo would respect-ful- lj pointed question: ask our esteemed contemporary of tbo Hopkinivillo Airw Era this question: If the democratic party do libcrately elevates to offico men who get drunk, gamblo and frequent bawdy-housewhat inducement do wo ofler to the aspiring young men of of tho party to perfect themselves in knowledge, decency and morality in order to win favor nnd preferment at tho hands ofjho party T Tub Ford brothers, who killed mores or current events. Jcsso James, wero tried at St. Joseph, guilty, Mo., Tuesday, and pleading There is 1,600 prisoners In the Joliett, were sentenced to bo hanged on May III., penitentiary. During the last fical year 730,199,090 19th. They wero ordered back to jail, but before night a special messen- gallons ot spirits were produced in the ger arrived with a pardon for them United States. Labor troubles are injuring all kind of from Gov. Crittenden. But immedi- business in the Norlh, and strikes Innuately on their release, Ilob't was merable are reported. for complicity in tho killing On and after Sunday next, no liquors of Wood Hitc, a cousin of Jesse James, of any sort will be allowed to be sold on that day in Cincinnati. and taken to Ray County. The first Jar's sales of season tickets illuminThe brilliant aurora which for the Cincinnati Mar Festival resulted ed our Northern heavens on Sunday in nearly $12,000 receipts. nieht. seems to have been tho mast Mil. A. E. Richards, who was elector widespread and intense that has been for the State at large on the Hancock tick-el- , is n canJidole for Superior Court Judge, witnessed in this latitude for years. The House Committee on Banking telegraph wires In sorao localities the and Currency have agreed to report in faso charged with its electricity, wero vor of slopping the coining of $2,000,000 that they could not bo worked during Insilrer monthly. the display. The superstitious at A. J. Rice, of the firm of Datls A many points were certain that the Rice, railroad contractors, tried to kill greatlmd awful last day had arrived. himself at Winchester by cutting his throat, hut he did not succeed. The prospect is flattering for a big The bill to redistrict the Slate of Ohio contest for the Judgeship of the Su- for Congressional purposes, giving the reperior Court in this district. There publicans fifteen and the democrat aix are already a dozen candidates iu the districts, became a law Tuesday. John W. Cannon, a noted old field, among them Judges Duvall and and O. J. Dodds, exCongrtM-matimo we McManama, and in a short died Tuesday, the former ut Frankto see at least one aspirant from expect fort, and the latter at Cincinnati. each of the thirty odd counties. The Of the 128 collector' offices In the law business is exceedingly dull now, United States, the Louisville office ranks seventh in importance, paying one thirty-sixt- h and $3,500 is not to bo sneezed at. s, steam-boatmn, ATTOfl LAW, Comprises everything that is IV ew, It:-"- Rock-sal- ts J. E. VOWELS' FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! VAIUEXY NTOKI! mt. blue-gras- s Itfnlii Ntrrvt, B. K. WEAKEN, - Stanford, Ky. school-teachin- ni 7- bought out my brother, It. I and will continue tho Furniture and Uudortakiiijr business at tho Hotel stand, tho building. I will keep lull stock of Furniture or description and sell at llgurcs that cannot en. stock of and Caskets will hensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always hand. I also repair Furniture and carpenter's work. K. WEAKEN. w. m Court-house- :kla.s the mmmwB HHPJWai -- GENUINE nSAYFlELD Court-hous- Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from HXGGINft JIOUNK! tom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. -t lia-H- VtssBi Miss Naketta Daisy, on being beaten for State Librarian, conceived the idea that the Stato wanted a lecturer on Education, and she accordingly prevailed on a Senator to bring in a bill for her benefit, fixing the salary at 82,000. The bill of course was rejected, and on learning it, Miss She'll Poor girl. Daisy fainted. know better when she gets older. The question of removing the cap-ito- l has been agitating the Lower House of the Legislature for Borne days this week, and much wind and time expended, without auy result being reached. We would like to see the capitol at a more convenient place but'wo think at this stage of tho game the Legislature has hardly enough candle to waste on the scheme. It is said that if tho Legislature adjourns without settling the penitentiary question and other important measures, that Gov. Blackburn has decided to call it together immediately in extra session. This .is as good a thing as the average pumpkin head of a legislator wants. He knows then he is in for six months more. The Madisouville Times takes this mournful but too true view of the situation: The democratic party of this State is sorely afflicted at this time. With the Governor's vipid, silly mouthing8, tho Legislature's session and Henry's spree ing, the party is certainly on the ragged edge. The Massachusetts Senate is a funny body. It has passed a bill saying that but one drinking saloon shall be lecensed for every 1,000 inhabitants of the State. Such a law can only be in the interest of tho saloonkeepers, who will now have less competition and accumulate more profits. As might have been supposed,Jobn D. White "held his speech for revision," and very prudently cut out the part reflecting on Col. Gabo Wharton. Gabe, you know, is larger and moro active than old man Bigger, and Johnnie don't care to have his liver shaken up by him. It is scarcely necessary to observe that Henry's statement is a long time Tho public can not under the circumstances suspend judgmeut very much longer. LEGISLATIVE. of the total amount of internal revenue collected. Tuesday afternoon the town of Brownsville, Saline county, Mo., was devastated by a tornado. The track of the cyclone was about 150 yards wide. Seven persona were killed and thirty-firwounded. President Arthur sent a message to Congress yesterday, recommending an appropriation of $2,020,000 for restoring the Mississippi River levees, double the amount heretofore recommended for that purpose by the Mississippi Commission. The House of Representatives Mon day, passed the bill regulating the immigration of Chinese. It is identical with the bill vetoed by the President, except that the limitation is fixed at ten years in place of twenty, as in the Grst. The rote wis yas, 201, nays, 37. The story of the discovery of a new mammoth cave in Kentucky was a hoax. The story was started by a man who saw" GoTernor Blackburn's mouth when he was shooting profanity therefrom at an offend New ing newspaper reporter. York Graphic. The trial of the Mailer boya and Blanche Douglass for the murder of pretty Jennie Cramer, began at New Haven, An analysis of the girl' Conn., stomach has resulted in the discovery of a considerable quantity of arsenic, and the prosecution are confident of hanging the defendants or sending them to prison for e ST.ASAPHHOTEL OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. blue-gras- s Hourc-cleantn- Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo ken Back. BOARD, PER DAY. "pea-gree- &TPXZ1JSCA' ss ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. MYERS HOTEL, and its Still Reputation, STANFORD. KY. Propr. CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. life. A proposition has been made to the Government by a company of capitalists to lease the property and water power at Bill! tiro ICHBESS ! Harper's Ferry for ninety-tiinyears. It is stated they intend to use the water power for the genet ation of electricity, which will be conveyed to Baltimore and Washington, and used in lighting these cities with electric lights. Col. A. J. Auxier, the newly appointed U. S. Marshal for Kentucky, has giren bond and entered upon the duties of his office. His deputies are J. V. L. Brown, J. L. Farleigb, James II. Tinsley and J. II, Moody. Judge Tinsley was formerly Commonwealth's Attorney in his district, and is a competent and reliable man for any iotition, and we suppose the others are e IsTOTIOlTS, UNITED STATES MAIL r. S ' and vwCSnia vrattabrsrS .' -- eecn ctadc tjctiman'sj I wr&Esi our yXX not rrincs town, Clothing1, Boots, Shoes, EClTS, ctoO., for. lllustratod Catalogue usa Postal ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, $ttiminiej?& Ckosi also. An Atchison, Kansas, ijiecial aays it I positively known that Frank James is at the head of a movement which bat for ita aim the extermination of all pirtles whose names are associated with the death of his brother Jesse, It is learned that Frank pasted through Atchison last Friday, going Southwesterly, having with him four persons, and that on the same day Mrs, James went t Kansas City. "PRAISE Ac 100,000 POUNDS OF- 8ain mike ! A HANDSOME STOCK oi BLACK GOODS, WOOL WANTED! Dress Goods of Every Hamburg Embroideries, Description. THE LORD." 201 h, 1882. An appropriation of $32,S00 was voted by the House for the Central Lunatic Air-luBills for the benefit of Leo lis; Jen and Sheriff J. N. Mtnelee, haTu pawed both Houses. The House tabled the Liberty of Conscience bill upon which there ha beeu so much debate. The Senate paued Houia bill to provide compensation for Circuit Court Clerks in Commonwealth cases, The House baa pasted a bill prohibiting the sale of liquors within two tulles of Pitman's, Laurel county, The Senate yeterdar confirmed, without division or debate, the nominations of IJeckner, Smith and Msclicn as Itallroad Commissioners and Procter aa Stale The Cynthlana meeting broke up In some disorder last Friday night. From first to last, a part of the congrega-lio- n was an unruly mob, and did not yield, 'flu closing shout of PRAISK THE LORD, so impressively and heartily glren in all the meetings, waa in Cynthlana caught up by profane Up and yelled and shouted in the rattling ruth from the house, until my heart wai tick of the woids, for ones, and only once In life. I cannot bear to have the sentence that embodies my new life lorn to pieces in that way. Those thoughtless ones little suspected the pain they were giving. 218 for soul and 104 for body sum up the known harvest In Harrison. Once we would have thought that a glorious aucce; hut Louisville, Bowling Green and Paris, perhaps bad spoiled us, and Cynthlaoa aceui-eIn comparison, a failure. Yet, it waa a blessed meeting In many respects. The character of the confessions was remarka or Imttrior: Geohoetowh, April HALE t WUNWELLEY Stanford, 3BLy., India Trimmings, Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pajr the Laces, Ladie5 Neckwear, FANS, PARASOLS. &0. HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at LancasA. Jones WHITE ter and F. store-room- d, two-stor- upi' ison County. at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. at Kingston, MadThey will have a buyer CARPETS. "" IlRtrK fol Woodward and Driffield told at aue aale. Apply to Henry lUughman, Bun- - tlon, Tueaday, In Lexington,?!) head fine horae Mock for $32,500. The highest price ford. reduction In paid waa (3,000 for Virgle Wllkei to II. Wk liaTt made another Canned Good lower than ever before, & McDowell. Thoma Wood A Co. have purchaaed Goodi all freah. McAliater A llrlght. ofKd Carter, 20 head of 1,000 lb. feeder Thr Lincoln Mill will do cnatom atG cent; 20 from W. M. Fair al came grinding on Tneday, Thuraday and Sat price, and a lot of I2j lb. from Tim Kn urday of each week, until further notice. gleman at tame price. M. N. D Paw left al our office yeiler for ltEMEMhER wa are headquarter day aeveral alalka of rye which nre literal meal and flour and family lupplle generly covered with minute inaecta, which no ally. Wa guarantee our firat grade of we have taked ctn name, lie flour to be the beat and chelpeat In the one that aaya hi whole crop covered with them. market. McAliater A llrlght. Some of the Fayette county farmer A Mean Pair. A few night ago a art already plowing up their wheat and couple of men went to the houa of Elder barley, whert It wa ittj rank and Joint A. C. Newland, In the Eaat End, and com ed, aa thera i plenty time lo plant corn, plaining that they were very tired, aaked Pretty much all the fruit la killed, and him to let them ttay all night. He grant the grape are cut down Islington Qa ed their rtqueat and took them Into the telle. room in which he alept and gare them a Georgetown Couiit 400toW0 catbed. All hand retired early, and Mr. tle on aale, with a good demand, and price Newland aoon fell aaleep. About 11 o'clk. ranging from 3 to 4 cent per onnd. A he awoka to find Ida gueat departed ani few broke niulea offered, and aellin. al hi allrer watch raffling from Ita from $75 to $130 per head. Not many peg upon the wall. He got up and horae; common atock telling from $30 to Inatituted aearch but without trail. It i $10. nearly alwaya well to glre tramp the cold The CWitr-Journhaa adopted an ahoulder. old and eatabliahed rule of thla paper, I Got Away, Our ancient friend, Jake which to report no aale ol atock unleaa a Town the figure are given. John Smith told a Higgtnt, I not making a aucce Marahal of Crah Orchard; at leaat he don't thoroughbred lo Rill Jone for "a round definite Idea lo aecm to be much of a hand to freete to a urn" may convey tome Tuenday he had George Moor Smith and Jonea, but it doe not to any prisoner. el.). The public want the "figger" In cualody for carrying concealer.' weapona, one and while Mr. Wallace K. Varnon, acting and the "figger" they muat have. CiNCiNNATi.-Market for cattle firm and County Attorney, waa writing another with a felony, he price higher. Common, $3.20 to $1; good warrant charging him to choice butcher, $5 CO to $0 60; common got up and walked out of the Court-roochoice oxen, $3 to $0.35; fair to extra and made good hi eacape. Mr. Higglna to ahippera, $0 to $7 30; fruling ateera, $5 to ought to know that If he not able by i an active demand for hog at he ha the $0. There hlmaelf lo hold hi priaonr 40 to $7 80 for beat; fair to good p.clt. right lo aummon any number of men lo $7 90 to $7 40; common, $'1.75 to $0.45 assist him. Thla looaetway of doing hue! era, $4 Sheep are ateady at I to C cent, clipped, tneaa i what firat gaee an Imitetui to 3 lo 5); Spring lamb, 8 lo 10 cent. in that locality, and we hope a The circular of Hallowrll A Coburn, hint to the wIm will b aufficient. of Ikxton, give the condition of the Wool market at that point, aa follow: 'The de MARRIAGES. cllne in value of fine fleece apparently Okay Hour At Danelll, yeeler-da- haa been arrealed, but the demand i not CapU Fletcher It. Gray, of the L. A aufficiently active to cauae an advance. N. II. R. and Mra. Mary It. Hughea, a Good Wool, grading extra and above, now handaome widow of 18 Summer, were find ready cuttomer at current iate; but united In marriage. double extra and above Wool i aa dull In Spring time a young man' thought and neglected a it ha been at any time may turn to love, but they do not alwaya thla teaaon. An the new clip ia about run to marriage, at leaat the are the re ready for market in Kentucky, we again flection of our County Clerk, who ha I call attention lo the precarious value of ued but one permit in a month. Salea are reUnwaahed Combing Wool Augden Dridgewater, of conaiderable ported at 27c. and buyera are not very notoriety In thene part, and Mlaa Jemima eager at the decline. Oar latent advice Warren, not unknown to fame, were mar from London report 'Kngllth Combing We uppce Wool are exceedingly Hal,' and we know ried in Covington thla week. the giddy young thing had to aneak off they can be Imported at 37 to 38c. per lb. from cruel parent and tly to happlnew, for Wa.hed Wool." the reaaon they eloped. 11UNDHH1 TMOflAHD 1 accua-tomed 2-1 1 Til RICK Mlaa ble Mttlle Coffey wai with friend at aTA-iraroxir)- , icy April 21, 1882 LOCAL Friday Morning, LIN. rsF(er " TIME CARD. train North.... Boulli..., tl II r. M. JOO local nbtices. Nick line ol IllrJ A.Owilf. Nrw OwiIfjV rnmnesr Rami Ltmtjuit rtctlrcil by Cage- at A. McKinney, laat Sundty. Mlaa Sallie Cab- haa been with friend In Lincoln for the ptat two week, Mia Annie Ilowman, one oi Uatey'n lalreat daughter, ha Juat returned from a two week' vialt to friend In Lebanon. W. II. Philip and family have moved hick to thl place. P. W. Napier and F. C. Whlpp, went lo CincinMra. Amanda Adtmt nati lut Monday, lit moved back to Liberty. George K. Stone la attending Court In Hoineraet thl wrec. Central Kentuclf Medical Attociathn Mel in the Hall of the Knight of Honor, In Danville, on Wednesday, at 11 o'clock, a, m., with Dr. Meyer, Vice Prealdent in the Chair. The attendance wat very fair, and after the reading of the minute of the previoiii meeting by the Secretary, Dr. Bogle, of Paint Lick, the appointee, open ed the dlacuaaion for the day with a moat excellent paper on ''What la the beat meth od of reducing temperature in continued fever?" The subject being one in which there I more inlereat, probably, than any other in the practice of the healing art, quite an animated dlacuaaion followed ita reading; though, for a rarity, quite a unanimity of aentimenl prevailed in regard lo the "beat" method, all confirmtn the conclusions of Jackson and Currie concerning the employment and eflVcla ol cold to the surface every one agreeing to be a "hydropath" in the treatment of fever. The reading of (he paper on Section of "Anatomr, Surgery and Surgical Pathology," Dr Wm. Webb, BryanUvllle, Chairman, waa deferred till next meeting, at which time it will be preeented aa a voluntary. Dr, Carpenter presented the hlato-rir- a of three cases of Morphia Narcoaie; one caae of Belladonna poisoning, and the record of a aucceaaful termination of a caae of Spondylitis. Dr. Bailey read a report of a caae of impaction of a ring and item pettary in the Cervex Uteri. There were two addition to the Association tledglincs In the person of Dr. Hugh Held, graduate of Jefleiton College, Philadelphia, and J. B. KInuaIrd, ol Bell- vue Hospital Medical College. New York. May pleasint wind waft them o'er a thor ny pathway. They have the ay tn pa thy of every veteran. An old phytic offered a bit of advice to young phytic, by saying, "stick to legitimate medicine, do not branch out early in practice into a specialty. The title of Auriat, Oculist, Ac, implies a more limited knowledge than that of doctor of medicine, and ahouldn't be tolerated In the profession." The Chairman of the varlou aection which are to be reported upon within the ensuing twelve month, were announced by the President; also the Board of Censors, and Committee on Question, were selected. Dr. Bailey was unanimoualy elected Vice President to fill the unexpired term of Dr. S. P. Craig. After the usual reso lution of thanks, etc, Bad the introduction of the President elect, the Society adjourn ed to meet in Danville on the 3rd Wednesday In July, at which time Dr. Henry Plummer, of Harrodsburg, will deliver the opening paper on "Cholera Infantum." WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WARREN & CO. WALL PAPER ! BRUCE, 3 ! ! ! ! tock of Jewelry end Bllrtrware i5k IVnny A McAlliter'. Tiir ctlebrttetl MajfieM Water Klea lor for ale b A. Owaley. IIUY LoulaTilie H.d1ighl Oil, 176 teat, from Penny AMcAllatar. Wxtciiw, Clock mil Jewelry rtptlrrd nil warranted by l'enny A McAllaltr, J. II. A 8. II. HlUNK are recetTlns end opening a lot of mtii'a and boja' clothing. and Yoit will And the beat 6 cenle cigar In town l l'enny A McAlla-ler'- tl Cheaper Than Ever Before jli.T McRoberts & Stagg's. SBALBBS ITST BEAUTIFUL STOCK Vvam&W&t mt&B DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY AND FAN0Y TOILET ARTICLES, a. Au. tlioae Indebted to the firm of Ker crane A Dmldertr and 8eTerance, Dud derar A Co., will please call and aettle. Tiir .lock of J. II. AH.H.NI.ankil now complete with leatitl(ul atylea of Spring Good, I f you don't beller It, jut t call on them and aee. I itAvr. 6.000 plant ready for market. All kind of early cabbage at 35 cent per hundred, and a Tariely of tomatoea 15 for a dime. Harrlaon (lirena. Vi'r. An Jnal nctWng and owning a large lot of Zelgtrr A llroa.' Ladle' and Children' Hhoe for Nprlna; and Hummer wear. J. II. AH II Shank. PERSONAL Books & Stat.onery,Paints,Oils. Varnishes, Bye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, Furo Winos and Liquors for Modical Furposos. Proscriptions accuratoly compoundod. Wo havo also a largo and woll soloctod stock of Watclios and Jowolry, which wo proposo to so!l at loss than city prices. Watches and Jowolry Ropairod and Wariantod. ivbwos mmm TIiIhXcw Mill, contiiiiiliiR (he latent hihI -- Col. W. 0. Wew.ll MAM). Vl!ABl!' la In Frankfort la now chief clerk at r the fit. Aaaph. Mimm AnmCookkand I Iki.kn 1.em, of lutonTllle, are at Dr. HuflmanV Mim Annik MoAliitkh, of (leorge-towlooking remaikaMr well, I flailing relatlre here. Pjtor. J. W. Crum, the king Ahaaue ru, la here preparing for the grand entertainment ALfcX. I.WK, Km, candidate for Apellate Clerk on the Prohibition Ticket, waa here ytaterday en route to Ilarrodaburt D. J, MiM.r.Y, K,., trellng agent for the Cincinnati Koutliern, la In thla aection for the ptiriKne i.f writing up Crab Orchard Spring and other polnla for the "Summer Itook" to be Iwiied abortlr by hi company. I ll attending J. W. Alcorn, Court at Somerset. There la Mine talk among liia friend of running him for Judge of the Superior Court, but we are not dried whether be would permit the A ajudgeof law he la hla name. regarded tery highly where'er he la known and hi ability to fill the poailion with honor U uniueatloned. r, MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For BiniiiilncliirliiK nival and (lour, Ih now In full operation. Wo will Rrlntl for ciiHfotiicrx, Tor (he prcHcnt, on TncMiIay, Wcd iieasdiiyriitirNthi)', Friday audi Sattirelny ofcucli week, and oh Conrl-Dayand all oilier public days. Wc ftollcK a liberal nharc or patronage mid ulll endeavor to gU c entire Miitislnctloii. H n, y, Always on Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, lVkcal, al-c- . hand ami for Male. HlghcM cash price paid for Corn, Order left, at Mill promptly attended (o. McAXjI&TJEU TIMK T.IBLE, - A SAMiEE. Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. IN I3ITT13CT MA.HCII CINCINNATI BOUTHEUN 1. X8M2. Cincn'tl mile 67 Ii,, ItAILWAY DIVISION. Flora Cir-cu- hud Daj Ex. 8 SO Dowiswaau. Accom. NlfhlKx 7 23pm 9 51 10 11 01 " rriTom 8TATIONS. Lie. Cincinnati--- actD uptraaD. NlghtEx 70Oam 4S8 " 113 ' 8 00 8 28 3 0.1am 2 43 " Accom. 10 23 Da Ex. uof ua BO a in 400pm 1112 1140 " 7 20 1207 PI 7 47 8 12 8 55 " Georgetown , 10 15 40 1 iw " 110 ' 843 LINCOLN DEATHS. C0UNTT. $ Engltman't Mill. Goocil. Jainea (Joocb, eon of Mr. The tick of thl place are on foot Kick new lot of llaby Carriage at 11. K. llillie Oooch, died Tueaday night of pneu again. WearenV monla. Mr. Gooch waa married a little Mra. fi. II. Yeager ha been quite tick. for aale over a year ago to a daughter of Mr. David Miu J.T. lUnnn haa freah fih and Mr. Swinebroad, of Tenneidee, Infant aurvivea Mr. twice a week Wedneaday and Saturdar; Pepplea, who with a little are viriting the father of the latter, Mr. him. and don't you forget It. Green Bright, or thla vicinity. RELIGIOUS. the Secretary. Farmer aay that the forward wheat la Tub melancholy day are come, tlmcl O injured, but they can not tell to what exof the year, It neem that Mr. Dame wa mlataken. tent. Some of our farmer that planted SMT AUmtTISEMEJTS. wretched man, let' emigrate from here. The Lord had'nt told him to go to Pal corn before the late cold anap, tay that Tut: heaTieat anow atorm of the eaon mouth, or h ought not to have gone to they will have the pleaaure of planting it SALE. -Milk Cow. giving a FOlt of milk. A floe at thla office. Apply waa prcTtiling In Michigan Tueeday night, Georgetown. over again. Preabylery la In teaalon The Northern o we can look out for another cold anap. We are aorry thai tome of our neigh- Judge II. IUIECKINIUDGE at Harrodaburg. Ilev, S. S. Mcllobera, the being referred for the Opera atated Clerk for ao many year, went bor! are ao buay during the week that lhay I a can JaUi Siuts are lor Judge of Superior Court, lulled to put in their time fiahing on Sun to the Jl have action of the Democracy. Election, Brit of Queen Kalher far hack of the line. tbence yealerday. onuay id Auguu. day. The uerabera of the Hanging Fork There nerer waa audi a ruah before. Kre-r- y The boy Kvangeliat, Harrlaon, baa Seining Club are requested to meet at their body will be theie. juat cloned a meeting of 14 week In Cin IJ. 51. BUHDETT, huainea on the laat Saturand cinnati, with 1,373 converaiona. Thla la uaual place of Quiti: a number of young ladlea day of thla month for the purpose of elect- Of Lancaiter. It a caoJUile for Judt of tbaSu prenie Court from Ihe2l district, bubject-l- o lb gentlemen went out to Hanging Fork on a ccnaldered very wonderful over there, but ing officer for the eutuing year, and fixing aciioa oi me aeuiocracj. fishing excursion ytaterday, and had the in the time named Mr. Barne naa tcored a time for their firat meeting for the aeauaual fisherman' luck. nearly 4,000. eon. TURNPIKE ELECTION. La at Sunday when the Rev. C. Lewia, We are told that two of our neighbora lJTMKit, the llcautiful (Jueen, wild by Miu Sallie Currar, whoae paator of the Hapliat Church at George- have each a curiolty on their respective repreaenteil The annual meeting ol tb aUxkholdtra of tb A chelbr held beauty and grace fit her admirably for the town, got up to preach and found that he placet. One of them haa a theep that Stanford Alcorn' Clly Turnpike Co. will b office, blauford, on tha KIKST In Hill A would have to do ao to empty benche, he chewa tobacco equal to a man, and wheneHTUItUAY In MAY, lor tbe purpose of electing part. At Opera IIou ahowed hi jealouay and hi wantofaenae ever it gelt out of the weed it will bleat olfuera lor tb ensuing rear NUvVLLI, W. U1VEKH. To Wool (showers. We want to buy by aaving that hi people had run ofi to until it geta another chew,when it aeema to President. 100,000 pounda of wool. It will be to another part of town to hear a man be perfectly aatiafied. And the other ha- your lnteret to nee ua before diapoaing of named llarnea, who waa not preaching nor a duck that laid, et and raiaed a brood of your wool. McAliater A Ilrighl, Ag'u. never had preached the truth. young one laat Spring. Thl year it ha Dii'.ia ix Stanford Woolen Mill. The Itev. George Sweinforth wa bold the appearance and actiona of a drake; it Aullma-Tajl- or Ttrltrs, Eaginw, Ing revival meeting at Pawpaw, Ind. He even haa the green head and curly feather Geoboe Denny aay thai Gen Wolford atirted one day to drive with Sitter lieek in the tail. Perhap eonie one will be a la the moat conaumate liar that eter MOWISItW, the principal ainger in the meeting, little doubtful a to the above, hut a they breathed, but he lud better not come oyer man, the railroad atation. She kitaed her fe- are both gentlemen of undoubted veracity N.l W MILLS, II AY to Stanford and tell Col. Hill o. A whole to SOMERSET, KV. male friemla in departing, and the mini it la certainly true. bona would not be left in hi body. ter improved the opportunity to kia her, Consigned to me at Shelby Cltv a complete TbMblog Msclilne Eat bll.bmcal, built by tb CASET COUNTT. Tiikiie I an exceedingly poor lot of too. Conaiderable talk wa cauard in the CO.. ol MauiBtld. Oblo. I am assisted by Q W. lipea.of mall agent on the Cincinnati Southern. town by that event. The cvangeliat atat Libert. Hojl,an4 llu son 4 Mawlleo, oiuarrara. 1 be ed, in a vermon, that Paator Mann, of the allow any They rarely tog-lIhrMliermen and laruiera a practical Married, on the 15lh, Jamet F. Htate demonstration of what can be done with a Tractween the Junction and Cincinnati to come local church, had alo kitaed Mia lieek-maLnglue. Orders solicited' tion ur !a the only to lteberca Wealey. Thla WM. 1UHVEY. Somerset, April 10, Ml. and neither had meant any harm by here under two daya, wbeu the connection that haa lake place In thl county in I direct erery day. it. Such kiuing waa commanded by three week. Scripture, and he wa going to obey, no PUBLIC SALE of BANK STOCK The largeat crowd ever In the Mr. Geo. W. Drown, Jr., I a candidmatter what wataaid about it by worldly llouae la assured for the Opera of Queen ate for Jailer, and our deputy Sheriff, be atated that Slater 0. I On Saturday, April 20, 1882, The rcaerred aeat aale I people. It may Father Murphy, one of the bed buaines young and pretty, with ruby lip and teeth unprecedented. We are confident that our men in the county, I a candidate for la Stanford Kj., between 2 sod 3 p.m. I will Yum, yum I u administrator of John Shank, deceased, sell to I.ancailer friend will hare no occaaion to like pearl. both on the Democratic ticket. lue uignesl biaaer si public auction. their tlll here. regret Jacob Donrne caught Andy Wilton LAUD. STOCK AND CROP. HIIA.IlE.iia and Iaaac Paaainore, in hla chicken roott H1XTV-8EVJ3Ice. Mr. Harrow tell ui that all the D. . Vandeveer told to Autbroae laat Saturday night. They were brought Of 8 tec V Id Tb Farniere Nations! Bank of Stan Ice that he haa gathered thla year, la ao bad. Unfold 3 ftt cow al $50 per head. here on Sunday and lodged In jail, and ford. One shire at a time with tb priillg to tb ly affected with worm that he will he unbidder ol taking fit. I ahowing Itaelf conald aecu- The Pink-eytheir trial aet for yealerday, to take place irnill oismonins. iwna wua appro-e- u ar able to uae it. He haa therefore nude required Farmer Clayton und Karl, at rlly bearing luyablalaInterest fromnationalol pans, erably among the horae In thl aection. before F.tqilre aay per cent aaie. rangrmenta to dellrer lake Ice lo hi cut and Benedict Spalding ha told 61 head of Middleburg. W. ti. WELCH. tomeia at the loweat rate consistent with Administrator John Bnank. fine cattle to George Decker at 6 cent. Next Monday I County Court day, the coat. S. II. Bruce bought 300 to 400 forward ami each and every member of the DemoLunatic. Mia Sarah Owaley, who waa lamb at Danville, Mondty, for 15th June cratic Committee for Graey county, la renent to the lunatic aaylum aereral year at one quested to be at the delivery at 5 cent. ago and wa returned aa harmlea and The proprietors of Lincoln Mill want o'clock. The object of the meeting It to -- uaxuKacTvaaaa or- Incurable, waa tried again Wedneaday, to buy 500 or GOO barrel of corn, for which devlae meana by which nominees may be when it waa developed that aha had re shoaen from among the candidate! in all CARRIAGES, they will pay the hlghett market price. BUGGIES eently manifeatcd a disposition to do damThe farmer have no great reason to the county racet. age both to herself and othera. She wa On laat Friday, Dan Wilaon, the lead complain. Dett cattle are over a cent accordingly ordered to be retaken to the higher than laat teaaon, and bogt fully a er of the clan that robbed Illffe', Cocram'a aaylum. Mlai Owaley li a aliter of the Dr. and KIng'a atorea, and for whom there much. Owaley who got up the trouble between DANVILLE, KY. In the New York bench ahow, In ia a reward of $250, waa en by N. B. Hurbiidge. Joe Illackburn and which 1,2C0 dogt are on exhibition, Mr. S. Portman in the woode about We bare uow on baud and are constantly manufacturing assortment of of a mile from thla place. There It aways, tb finestBugglw,Sprlng llaroucbes, Hock. John Myers, a negro boy, waa lodged J.Tilden took a fiwt prlie on hit St. Ber Wagone, Sulkle. l'haelone, tald to be a well orgamied band of rob- - Ac , that haa ever been In tbla market, and at aborting at, nard "Leo." in Jail Tueaday, charged with prices Ibat defy compallllou. thieved extending from the BoiDr. T. D. Montgomery told 11 thor bert and with intent to kill, a little eon of old man Stringer, at McKinney. Although It waa oughbred htifert lo Henry Daughman for ling Fork In thlt county, to the Tenneaaee HVaaiKH from $UOto 113 9130 to $teo, line. not neceuary, at the negro can only be $500 and took aa part pay three On laat Sunday night while the family Aud allotber work correspondingly low. Nolbtug tried fur a mladfiueanor, 'Squire Daniel cattle at 0 cent. but thbst The Lebanon Standard report the aala were at Church, the home of Geo. North-cu- t, of our work, of material used In lb construction wanted to be ture that there could be no aud all dona under our own superof color, with all of iU content waa vision. W hat completed arrangsiuanla by cattle at 6 cent f hr ateera chance for a releaae on a habeaa corpu of 300 tlop-fat- l which w can furnish tb writ, ao he tent for 'Squire Peyton, ind ind 4 cenU for bulla, and 700 head at 0 burned. There were two children, one nine and the other tlx year old In the COI.UMHUN IlUUGIESatgl-M- , together they held the examining tritl. cent and a premium. Fruit In the locality of St. Joaeph, lioute, who juat got out in time to tav Aud also wllh Cincinnati manufacturers by which 'Squire Daniel it, however, to be commendmm ed, for the old rallrotd rule which tay, Mich., escaped Injury during the recent their Uvea. The bed In which the chil any tin fnruiih Lttttr Hiiiiiv tut lass uiouey than on lw. Tb palronsg of tb clllteas of ! 'in casta of doubt, take the tide of aafety cold tuap, and there I a good outlook for a dren were aleeplng, I tuppoaed to have Boris and adjoining counties lo respectfully sullc- il attention iitrAiiur and run no ritk," i almoet aa applicable fair crop. Chicago euppltae com from been aet on fire by tome one wlthing to all Its brancbea. All ourpaid auarantead. work bbru them up. thl aection. MMITH A MIIHfHY, in law matter. LOCAL MATTERS. tad-de- al houae-cleanln- J0 " Tm" IIS tow " II 88 ' 1 117 " 8 O'J 111 68 HnJrmoor. ' Ilocawood .., " " Spring City ... " Bojce..... Arr. Chattanooga.... ' ALABAMA " oomersetH.MM.HM " Point Ilurnslde. NlcholssTllle High Bridge Harrodsburg Junction.. s'aDTiije. Junction Cltjr. Islington . Lt. Arr. "9 91 100 107 114 733 70 in " " ' 360 3 55 20pm 617 " 613 8 8 268 2 35 167 12 25 12 02 " " " US 158 163 221 SGS 13S " 1 40 30 . " "26?"" 17 ' " " ' 280 Lt SW 535 9 31 pm ZiZ.. . ToiiTlil 711 'fob""" OREA V 23am Le. Chattanooga.... ' 1233 pm a ut 523 00 10 Arr Meridian........ Le 630 VICIC3BUKO AND MERIDIAN DIVISION, To Arr. I020pulj Le. Meridian .. " " " 11 ' Tuscaloos.... Eutaw I.llDgiton York Itlilng Kirin AtUlla lllrmlngbam ... 80UTHEKN DIVISION. 5 8 oo p mi Arr. 361 L?e. " fio""'"" t 422 .. " " " ' 478 531 508 11 35 a mi 9 07 " j Z" .. . 591 COS 430;"i ZH1 3 Ma mi 1153pm! 8 33 Tl'sam 445 833 J. Q Clinton Edwanla.... Arr. Vlckiburg... Lre. 833 330 VICKSBURO. 8HREVEPORT AND PACIFIO DIVISION. ... Arr.l . 770 ill 30 am Le. Vlckiburg 240pm; tltSOpm " Delta . Lre, 1 40 " f .. " Tallulah.. -- . " 788 ... I .. ' Delhi ." 808 j ilTis' Arr. Monro.. ..... Lfe-- I 813 8 33 a ml JOIIX SCOTT, Vice Prealdent and Oen'I Manager, Cincinnati, O. E. P. Wilson, Gen. Pass. Agt. Cln. Ron Hf; Cincinnati. O.j II Cnllbran, Gen Pass. Ala Gt Sou. R. R., Chattanooga. Tenn ; I. Hardr, 0n. Pass. Ajt. V A M. R. R. VIcksburg. Ait 'Jos. F ' McGulre.Gen.Paaa. Agt. V., 8. A P. R. R.. Monro. La. " " " " " Newton... Forest IlranJoo...... .. Le. Jackson..... C6I 680 711 726 733 75 770 " .... .. . "'"i CEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE. DEALER IN 36-- 11 WM. HARVEY, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and 'ZjTjI other Seeds, Rpn, RAIES,lc ,I3.(BI aBfiHlllK5SSsM STnTTTTfMlliyteojilar AULTMAN-TAYLO- er pro-pu- ss way-ma- mar-'rla- 0ra 3F" IAIR IHflC SKr A SjPORlJa- WAGONS, I I C3-- 1 - I3NTIS. e M-- Jt Court-hom- e Smith & Murphy, SPRING WAGONS, three-quart- er 4j wJ:5aSaaaiaaawTawaaawwawawwr mTll 11 wT' ni.iEroys, BXJaaiES IlCHpcr. Ncir-lllnderH, GthIh Drill. CoriflMuufcrH, Kiilky IMohm, CiilllvHtorts, llHrrowtf, Coru.SkellerM, i, NtrHW'UIIIIVrM, IHK MHC'UllteH iaHy-a-rt.-t:- A.3ST3D Mowers, HnyltHkiH, CARRIAGES, m '03 m ? HHd -"KHKiHea), N3UUVM UJ Atl,TmTlmnr 'nonua lota, and eonseauenUy obtain tbe jargeit duoount and dirnot. for cuh. in d Ooodi a; Keasonable ITice loweit tea of freight. Out motto it t 'Tint-cla- s. the Beit U alwaji the Cheapen" KeipectfullT, 8tanfoid,Xy. GEO. D. oar-loa- onil VaxVllnarv W tlllT ATClnllTelT frOQl ManUfaCtUierf WEAREN. W M.nT"unct., Depot. Manaaar, Uu..,,lll. Dap, TS jLSz s3&ami'vrtmml : " '. iKft: "cess '("iii i iij.jui. i I! J in li MY DKIIIT ST STANH1RP, KY , Will mtkd Urn irfnl robbery. Ho fled tb MiMouri and was fMon at tnr SmMton in nil ll.n.lll. i.lka J iiiIIm killed near .Leo'a Sumnit by detec., ., WINE, rtTAWFOED, ICTT. front l.tnra.trr.nl tin. tives. DmtriirTioit -- fixr N nor lit rathmtinr dill IX April 21, 1882 Jack Bishop was' ono of tho gang, Friday Mornlngr," rmtuM IhliMptlnK, IV, Tyl XltHumrnla, In. nnd when he fled to Colorado ho killed Knllhlh lira! Iiv and i'jincT Dor llrt.lilnnn, nut m an officer, and is now a fiiiritivo from 1 "IH VftkM Tililrl. Ap. lmtr Hi On.ni.li hnri .! Jam' Pah. Wtl.l Woik justice. lrrilT I tiM lm pro?m hlnmlf I I 0( nil klml! "Times mrtkes nil things even," 'Hi win alio iiani Dora i' ox was wanted tor mo men-mon- d lirtllr !Mtu-p- t mIIm said, and nono know this better than robbery, and in trying to arrest FOUR GOOD JACKS J rxlion (uir. friends and acquaintances of the him the officers killed his brother who tho nlrfl liih,n.t MAhTKilK, b " oM.IIH cang ol plunderers known as tne was also a member ol tho band. IIKKl'IIRIl, I."?. inn .11 Aiul STILL LEADS WITH THE hmUhlh,liiriirellir lo ITInc.SO. Will im i JyvflflsLKifalHfeib. Ml on James hoys and Youngers. To bo Payno Jones was ono of tho terrors T'lr. ratrnnlllO nth. Alio, tn himIIiiiii ! niu'j Ion lf auro it has taken a good (leal of time of Jackson county. Jim Crow Chiles JitVi ! It lo IMiitF mil 4 mi.tilht iM. All Uftn lb nim trilnlTh pmjftiTUtl I tl ikv rtunci loiiru and many lives have had an idea ho was going to ileal his and patience (! of fhKMtMn Ikt ilock will mran.lblrt fur tnl tfiun. but in tho end the horses and killed him. been sacrifict-d- , W.M. IIIIHHI.R. majority of tho mou who for years Jim Crow Chiles had a dispute in lived in open defiance of tho law have tho streets of Imlefcftdeaoe and wis ! been m'sdo to feel Its power, and are shot and killed by a young man with now cither dead or in tho penitenti- whoso father ho (Chiles) was arguing. ary. A Timet reporter has been lookArch Cleraonta was ono of Jesso ing up tho record in order to tco what James' intimato companions, arid kind of retribution has overtaken the Archie oamuols, killed the night' a men en traced in train nnd bank rob .hand grenade was thrown into Mrs. AND SELL THE BEST berics during tho past few years,whoso Samuels house by 1'inkcrton a detec names have been closely associated tives, was named for him. Clement! BUGGY0N THE GLOBE with Jesso and Frank James, and, as was killed while fleeing from the will bo seen by tho record given bo Richmond bank robbery. FOR THE MONEY. low, violent deaths havo been meted Georgo Todd, ono of Quantrell's Tbla preparation Tien KiKKHtAltiot Wili flrinn ArMTdra-DLt- a rrnni all drlrtrrloua l or purely vrgetabU and freo out to over thirty members of the most fearless and bloodthirsty rncu, in Milledjieii Itahd will to prrmltlnl lo II It ntMniutely eerlatit lUni.rout atitiataiim, and SEND FOR CATALOGUE t t Dtiut l.lIM lutrr. brprltala ronlrael. uiiliiv-an- ? from lb huniin tyurm. bring all bln.lt or wormto gang. Every man named in tho fol- was killed near Independence during It It not nauteatlng llo.lriiek Dliu Imbrliht of wlnorrafre Ihoninttitrllraietlomarh ami rklbtrrn will tako housemaid, and at ono timo a friend, lowing list was called Mary, tho molatart, AND TESTIMONIALS OF and bar. wllh Mark tuant aud lall. It i rataIt old It at readilyItaalothey wnhontekriwr which ihonM every rr a rrart italhlng makra gond llm lit ty reramini'iiil abettor and associate of tho James Jfm Anderson and Hedge Reynolds said: "Mary, you go in, the parlor and Imp. Doakdrn, ho by iltr HMJklon, out of Mary apply It with aarrtr, an.1 tnorkllnc eyrt, happy and Jnyoattiilrltt win unront. llfjrn,' Win- farra,gratitii.1. or tb IIiiIk onra. IlImiily eaprrat t'ralg. Muekilro waagot boys and known in connection with were chased from Clay county to tell your mistress when slio gets done HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN it tl, ittlw ner ol h. great Hi ledger rllake, lb IKwrailer the It plrawnl to take I'lllnpln www llllrr-lh.- t Missouri train and bank robberies: lake) , ISC3. and taJ yrarod won tht Wuudrole Texas aud shot down liko dogs by (he playin' the piano I would liko to tee IwoHiunrw vialt, and told hy dealert at twenty llro Mlake-lid centt. Ttrnbutile IhaOiainpagnoHtakea and WHO HAVE USED THEM Make!.) Out of Caii.rUauci by liar llddbloii. Bud McDaniels was ono of tho gang officers of the Lono Star State. her." Manunu-turrt- l by C. I'll no HI! A- - I'O. who robbed tho Kansas Pacific train Bimeby Mary she comes n running Kolcilek'alitdani. XarrCialg, by Knight M ht Bill Anderson was at both .the Lib esir, tela .Mnlit rttrrrt, fMlerl'lr, Ky. Ileorgei Jntl. Iletiill, by Mulatto; Snl, lrolleiu lr seven miles from Kansas erty and RichraondVobbScles, and fltjl back, witolikoa sheet, and said: "Oh, lot tle In Ct.nlorJ by I'uxXT A McAliitkb. Kuclld, lib iLant rarlhrnetM. by IVnanlrt, 5th lam Xtrlannr, by tVirrerer-.litdint Thotilitlna. City. He was arrested on Main with Jesse James and Colo Youhrst if you please' sir, that nasty cat of by Timothy. 7lhdani Vl4rl, lUeldenkx'k'a ilam) affect, Kansas City, and for safe keep- to Howard county. Ho afterward re- you'rn has ct the planner." byShatk.ailiilani brHyplKM, th dam tlulrk't (iiarlotte, by IIMbkt IbtrtdambyOab, lllb tint ROUTE ing taken to Lawrence, Kansas, where turned to Hay county, and was killed And novrTll tell you a little story by llyer't I'iniple, lillidani by HctheU'a Cu- Men nro so fearful of wounding a he broko jail. Being hunted to tho near Richmond. about snakes? When Mr. Pitchell way. ixin nam ny lvnynoi, iimutni, luiyai eiarr. H 111. Mtry tValg'tltt dam wat "Chrl.tniat" by Hod- KAST AND SOUTH-EASwoods, he was at last shot by a GerIn ?n.l Inn. Vtn.Utta be Jim Inmann was as fearless and was a missionary preacher in Alrica woman's vanity that they rarely ro COLUMBUS ' .,i.( tikuJrd Vorrlia.by HUtklorki lhCkdunl an. IIKFKRENCKI: I' 41k li Kjigl.nd; man farmer, and died in tho Lawrence desperate a man as Ouantreir had is be seen n natill nigger trying for to member that sho may by aomo posai htnjllnj joui lou.SthUterton. Cth Walnut, 7lk Uulrr, lh I'll. I but Oexilimk" jail. wun, i1iarlon, elr , fur Iht acanthi By Mtiarn; stn nr luvmut) Ins command. Ho escaped lromiiVirSt catch a long snake. Mr. Pitchell ho bility possess a grain of common sense rirtwitr nut four jftri. io far tbcjr bate (Irtn rnllrI iDlh Jenny fploorf by ltiitnrr, lllb llrrjtuMirxl. Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., I Miss lirauuon Thompson McDaniels was also a soun with Cole Youn said: "What, do you, mean to take! toall wno ham louht thuo, anJ James, aalurtlUn IJlh 8ophonitl, dam br llnmon'a toy llaib; ISIIi uanr able In Muncie train robber with his brother. ger and (uantrell, nnd was killed in, that feller inyour hands?" lo Whllo Mtlnl; The r'aCheataut At twenty, man is less a lover of eipccl (ban an offMwll (real jnn. more Ihla Tfuitlnj IJlh rJla MonUgu Arabian, Itlh prttloua Mle. He assisted in the robbery of tho Kentucky. nigger said ho Hid, if his gods woman than of women, he is more in ifuon able to fill all onlrra rromnlly, I am, .M. T. HI'NMr.l.l. tou will Nltiioiai lUxaa, Urrcjiaan. Huntington, West Virginia, bank, C. W. Quantrell, the noted gueril- was willingjihat he should get a tail love with tho sex than with the indiLafajtttr.IoJ. IMrrrl Itoutn nil lion t I'liangr of Cars and was shot anil killed while fleeing la, murderer and robber, started from hold. Miaterl'itchell he said: "Ain't vidual, however charming sho may a WabataUTit uilha: au.lMllInt UkntLicwkk from tho officers. ttetif do la Brctonnc. the Blackwater on his raid into Kan them kind of snakes pizen?" and the be. aBBlnV jour wark In Claikr count r fr tb Ixit kur narwini roixn la Cole, Jim and Bob Younger were in sas at the time Lawrence was sacked nigger said."Tye et ten this mornWomen of the world never use yrara with tbalMtaatlaficllon lo outU nnd Vour bulf an unlTtrMll numerous train robberies, and nt and over one hundred citizens murder- ing, and I eel- - pretty well. Mebby harsh expressions when condemning euitomfn. br onr cuiuimrra to Ik tb tfrjr lint Kenliirlty and Huntington, SlanaUa, Char ptiro that ran to tUf III Iu lh cvunttr. Northfield, Minnesota, were captured, ed. Frank James accompanied him, they would pizerr me if I wns greedy their rivals. Like the savage, they for lh Combination Spring lluiotr liptonounrrO loliMetlle, Ulrhiaoud. and tbe Mkortttt, Your Qulrkni and moil IVoifui title lloule to ornamented with br all to to tho Until, aonnl, a 0.1 railrat tlJln and are now serving life sentences in but Jesse did not joiu the gang until" like hoes. t hurl. elegant arrows, . ... bunr now In " Your Hrtwitrr IJMr on . . " t Sl when -- . the Stillwater pouitentiary. A other time .Jilmer 1'itcbell feathers ot purplo and azure, put with la rrrtalnlr without ilral. Taking all In all late in the fall of 1863. Quantrell 1 ilali li V iinntif IiY.M'IIIIUIIU, IIA.NYILI.K, SOKIOLK w IrarlcMlr m; tbat jour buiotlx caJinol to Charles Pitts, Bill Cliadwell and was killed in Kentucky. The Parisian, was there a uatiff nigger which was poisoned points. toalrn In Ibrrounltj furalrl, Sulih.aml " Clell Miller went from Missouri after TimTiorris aatnSiAl.uoir will mako I lie Youra truly, John Younger, the eldest of the tho King he said lo him: "You come AXO ALtV pic Knt mvrn at Jturt Drye'a Habit J, nllet .to: They were seated on on the famous brothers, was shot and killed to tho pallacnext Sunday and preach road atl'l-H- n tho Ofterville train robbery Iron HnttomllloonthoMlddleburg Ohio. tho sofa where they had been for four SprlmlrM, ,, ... L- T Jxil'K ManK lx KolL. wooey duo wben ,,wi i,.ti,an. n.,.i Missouri Pacific road, nnd wcro killed by Capt. Lull, of Pinkerton's U.M.rlilnMlfi, mil. IiiiImI aim l.l.n Virginia & North Carolina Points. do you Ukhtlkukx: I bar bad In llmr now for i Ih. r.,l "Augustus, l, Waterloult rM,iv ong hours. .. . retalnnl alii,., o i milt till wuney la iwkl at tho time of the Northfield bank .u.iii iu rv-ot r two tmm, an. I bar not apont dollar for n uuuiiai nun uuwi-- icitl j old, black. 17 hind. high, oftplrndld ityle 7 on thru, and tbj look nrarlr aa jwl ai I yeaia re' " " "it S . robbery. r.fc ,1!.1 foryou wheuorou have got done." .So .!.( -- .1luuiu anu anion, and atweii orrti a. any iMirvo in inv I't'LLUlK Coiriitt ATTlCHtD. OHUW OUU U11C1 WU1U9 111CU. or Mtrtai otnrr new. Hue hail Migitra ilauiUlmiCblrf, He it by Ed. Miller, whose brother was killaud Snd nanwaaK'wJaa the Oolunibui land. ilaiubrloo Ultbrlltii.l.ebbyby Mimbrlno: ha Last of all comes Jesse James, who Mister Pitchelfho went and preached "Because you wont go." The meet- llurgy Companj'a buggl'- llnpectrultr, I ijumlrr, boby ed at Northfield, joined Jesse James for nearly twenty by Imp. Mrwagert nt ilant Helen Mar, by Itay Tor Uriel, and farther loroiuitt'uo, appl) to T. K. HioAimiK. years terrorized this and while hjvasn' preachiu' ho kept your o.tiMt ticket offire, a addrrte W. W. Irtteorer. be br llirtlnu. b br llainldalnolan. Con jert, (Irorgla. in 1877. He was at tho first Glendale section of the continent, to bo betray- a smellin' the dinner which was being ing theu adjourned sine die. be by Imp, Mrrteuger. Hid daw lied IHrd, by ("an- lliwio. Kit. Flelghl and I'a.tengee Ag'l, Lei. lie in tho Spring of 1881 ed aud killed by Robert Ford, a bay boiled mighty-nice- , Ularkburaa whip, robbery, and nnd every timo he I hue bad of Tour (lTLwa bareTbebugglra eollrn uiufactlon. son Vlilsnnip: by or naiiratti, uaru uyfee by Ingloo, Ky. n Am Jt ' tuanufacture ltdriei at tburougn-brt(lien iu ft.iJ JSj.lflmrSjMT. SI 11 was murdered by Jesso James, while not yet of age. Jesso James made smelt it he(sii)pped to get a good tuaro '. W. NMITII, II. M'. ll.l.r.K. I bue.ter ueeil tor the aaraa IHoincdr. Hay Mraaeuger'a dam waa by Inputted Tb.r aretbe mil of a lull, Oei.'! Mtnitrr, Ken'l I'tf'r Ag'l, asleep. whiff of it. Bimeby tho King he got Youratrul, amount of tiiuuej. both Robert and Charlie Ford what bloitl.d Mrttenger mire, and br Imp Itotklnghani. ltulluoti, Vltiilau. I). CoLiixf, I.lffrjman. trotting Ryan was arrested in Tennes- they are, and for three years made mad and hersaid; "You just go on Bill lUcbelleii It tbt uotl fathlunably brnl Joplln, Mlwourl. bortotnAuirrlraand wlorerot more prrralumt and see and brought back to Jackson their home his rendezvous. punro than any horteln Keoturky.afrwof wbleb I They with the preach. It aiut nobody but CONDKNBED Okxtlxhkx I hai been connected with tht trait (tllowti AtLoaiugUaky , nr.t prruluiu TIME. county nnd tried for robbing tho Chi- Biruply followed his teaching in killing that galoot JrSnmbo Cjesar He was In, bugxlta for Anecn uitDuf.cture of and dealing IkMMl rerthegelof Mambrlou I'blrl. Utbaua, Oblu, jeara. Your work dora not look liko nio.l Uelorj IMS. al work and aweeitalrt: I ilitni, lull, all cago and Alton train nt Glendale, and him with a bullet fired from behiud, always a scoffin' while ha was nlive, work, but It nuuotblr Snlihed In woo.1. Iron. work and aweeietakre V'rbani, lM, firtlprnalum years' and would themselves have been kill- and now the'garu dusted infidel pushis now serving a twenty-fivpainting and trimming. Material uej In tb trolling ilalllou, HO; tlto nnl prrnilunt Columbui HuttJ Coropanj'e bualea baa prarnl to fir laaleil sentence. es up the p6t:lid for to interrupt our frallwork Mdney, ed in the same manner had he to of the beat Ther run light. Kf err one In ett trotting tlalllon la4T, Dritprriuluiii tot fiat all llto tbla counlT who bar bought jour buggleaaro wo k. Utltni. firit pre4uluinBrtt preinlura kr abw Tucker Basham was also a Glendale their treachery. Sirs. Samuels, devotions!" M fr all work, U.lII.ItO.ll) MM. well pirated, ther gilt th Iwsl of aatlifacllon. i rn.ir.Ts u utitm fVII IIIM preoituu for a tllrer le trifle, Ohio Fii'fnvc traiu robber, but pardoned that his mother of tho outlaw, once said in errMkre Srtt pieiulumaf SM krall wMk, aa.1 If I was King I would tako my I outi KA. blattValr. i.iiv u- blTCUES.STEAM ' Wloehetler Ilia. trulr, J'.. E. WiTT. ..V testimony might be used to convict speaking of the alleged shooting by bit; saword and cul nil the wicked in borrrt ol all agra twreiwtikca of SIM), TltAINS I WISH KOKTII. and brrrdt; Urban. I'M, Hirer rt.ter and illrer Ryan. He is supposed to have been George Shepherd, "and do you think fidels heads qffTyes, indeed, but when 14 1 . ll I, Rg, Sex. pllther. libana.lFOS, twretakrt premium and puree of M for (utott Uuttlni aulllou: Maytrllle. killed near Great Bend, Kansas, by a a one eyed man ever got the drop on you cut a off tEe preacher ExCClsiOl ROOlllS 00 a iu puree for Iwteil trotting ttalllon, lwt 5 In 3; alto Lee Ilk h mend Garrard uos. Dealer for Lincoln and member of Jesse James gaug, before Jess.? why, no " lnratitr. II so ' purte fr Imt In 8: Ohio Stair fair, UN, man could" becomes next (lay and eats her. Hens 10 u h " LKIanton S100 for brtt tlalllou and Are rolia. Tluio the Iatter's death. - EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., but she was mistaken. Kansas lay eggs and the rooster' Hops his I'rab ortbird . e It M " IXIIowagou. Walerlou'tdnu by llelm'a Hobbs Kerry was one of the "green- i.ity limes Wrltlger'a llelabatiar, Jul din by dim by wings and crows when he thinks - . 12I a f u DFJL ES DFL 3D ! KuetulliSrddani tht titled roio mne owned by " Mtntord...... North-Co Corner of Main and Third Strreti, hhelly uiy horns" engaged in the Ottervilla train a hetterGghter than a other I'mtllle Junction .. Halm and afleiwardt by N. T. How He Lost His Memory. Mllrb.lltl.urg- -. - - KENTUCKY Tbounileralgnrd will pay $300 lor lb dime-try- , Joe robbery on tho Missouri Pacific road, rooster, but the feller on tho new stee- DANVILLE. At tbe tame place we will alto ttand our flne apprebemlon and ronrlctlon of the perton, or He had asked the man in the seat ple he don't craw, and if ho could lay in 1876. He was sent to the peniten.New Harm. ptriuui. who murdered John tthtnkt, ou lb 12th Jtck, lllli:tllluI.L. byrttlgaU'a old flabe, tht "Z behind him for a chew of fine-cu- t, and eggs they would be alLbusted. Eggs lining rrcrotly refitted my roorai with nil or tbe day ot February, IMJ.at bla rrtldrnre near Crab well inawniuulelatk. at So tu Ininrti a luare In Arr. lbaaon Junction.... i ta tiary for ten years. modern Impruteuienu, I now bar tht Clnelanitl Junction. Money due and lien retained aa att.v. Ilia HTKI'IIKN IlllltCII, foal. Orchard. Ky. Clarence Hite, a cousin of Jesso after stuffing half of the contents of is nicest witlvbam and sossidgo and Uriiliillle . ( 10 Mat. U KK miltCII, llrtl dam wat by 1'aMwell'a Uarlngo Mammoib. Hit. HI HIT CUKTIt), M. N. A H.T. KL'MNS:i.l. James, was at both the Winston and the box into his mouth, he had put buckwheat calces, and a whole apple Finest Gallery In Central Kentucky! TUAl.NM UOINll rlOUTII. ItACIlKL ALLISON. April IMI. Blue Cut robberies. He was betray- - the box itself into his pocket. When pie all for yourpwn self. Biddad, When you rlilt Diorllle, don't Ull to call and tea " me. iiaacil I, liiJ. Itmiiectfully, "K. euV. reminded of this ho replied: ed by Bob J?ord, arrested in Kenthat's the new.-tlog-, he likes cold apDesirable House mid Lot I Lie. Uiulirllle. Why, so 1 ple dumplings, .but Towner, that's the "liless me bless me EDWAHIi II. FOX, tucky, plead guilty, and sentenced to lUm Lvt. Maubrd. ......... -- . 2 bu p tu Photographer Ky. Ueologlrml Surrey Hope you wont take offense, dog died, ho had a WQrt on his nose. -- IIS' HTANPOItll" frtli()rebtid..i years. did the penitentiary for twenty-fiv2M Hay Stallion, rUbt hind kwt and near Iruul fuut Arr Llrlngatoa .... . 4 10 Wood Hite was at the Glendale, air, for I had entirely forgotten it. while: IS", bind, hub; luale.1 la KTI; bred by Lte, Unratter . . . 28 " I .A. The dog is the king.of beasts, but X. Cbai. Uuuu, bunfwrd, l.lucwln Ot., Ky. . .. Arr. Klchtuoo.1... 8 30 " Winston and Blue Cut robberies, and Dear mo I but I find fresh evidence snakes is more like eels. My sister's DaueMers, Wives, Motliers! Sired by Mettenger t'blrf, the tlrw of Marrrl, at Glendale was the mysterious "Bob," every day that I am not what I used young man says' one time in Indy reconl lit, Maud M wenger, 2 ISgilt at I yeara I offer fiir taltprlrately toy lloutr and Lot, lUna C, 2.20 gall at 9 yrart: Millie Mel). 2 20 FULLMAN PALACE CABS located, Iu tho Weat end of Mlanford. old; at I yeart; Abel Abdallab, 2M0gtlt at at that time going under the name of to be. I seo that I am losing my there was n man had . to travel a long gall Jrtrt; Tho lot bit, Ixtldea thndwrlllng and out houtrt, "Fog Mare," 2.21 gait at 1 yeaia old, aud other ToMtnipble, Ullle Hoc , Mobile, Montgomery, Robert Grimes. After Blue Cut he memory." foot, and so he hired a and New Orient. cottage tultablo fur a tuall family, and tbe good one.. "That's too bad," said the other.; journey on to protect him, cos the fled to Kentucky,, killed a negro and lit dam by Seullnel, record 2. IV),. andlfaeilre r.uiigrania in lent oate ineircnoMwoi i we route. whole lift lu aucb a way that aertral uioro rotla-gof von Arnlie. record 2:22, recently liought Mempbltor la New Orient. Time much returned to Ray county. Missouri, "How loner have vou bee a thus af snakes there is a mighty bad lot. So tit could Ue built, glrlng to each a good yard and by Coturuolore N. W. Kluoa for 810,000; An. h ukkeraud ralee lower than by. any other Young rwnllnet, JJC.T. A , i it, wherehewasin turn killed by Bob flicted?" garden, l'ertont detlrlng tuch property will pirate nette, route, ii la a'auiue tho man and'the charmer they start ' ,Jn J llPmitlln tUimtT. .. Vlrandlrre, 2 tt),; Mlgnon.2.27; Catwil. tU. call on or add rut rue it blanford, or apply to W. Grand beulinel, fcJV,1,, denlluel, (I'ale't) 2.W. Ford and Dick Little. bad "Did some accident happen to you ed, and nfler they he gono about a 1. Walton, of thelMTiaio JouiVAU Hentlnel It full krotbrr lo Volunteer, Ibat tlio.lt QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST Dick Little was raised in Jackson mile the charmer stopt and said: at SS00 thearaaoa; and lithe tire of ht. Julian, ltoute to all wlntt In Mlttuiirl, Kiuii, Illluoli, HrN.MAHYI.UUAN. in then county and joined Jesse James ree.rd,2lli,andol20vthe a with rrcordaof 2il0 beIndltna, Iowa, Nebratka, (ijorado. Arkanm. "Accident? Bless you, my dear "I guess it's about time for me to j or neiier. 1877. He took part hi the three foel. gin earning my money," So ho took 2ddaiuby Aleiander'e Altlaltab, Ibe aire of Ouly one change Iu Chicago, about l4ula and IJitt. Kor fuilber Information ticbett to tbe llowing train robberies, and at Win sir, it was a terrible thing. I was a Hoot out of his close and began Ooldinillh Mtld, record til, llotallnd. :ilj,i ml, 0 houlti, Ktntat, t uloraibr, au i eo Icrant ratetlo C. 1. ston,'with Clarence Hite, crawled out hune by a mob." V to play a tune, and pretty soon some JJCLUiiiiCl UV VJU JLL U U.D ' 1M0. AltiiLd.r'. AtJilltl. by llytdyk'a lliu. Florida, add.-rt- and Ticket Agt.,ATMIIKK, Ky. lien. I'm. lujlullle, "Is that so? I don't want to be snokes crawled I blrtonlan, thegrani ilreoftlaudH .rrrordliUVt;, U upon the engino and fired some shots out of the grass for to and the lire of ltexler.2 llii, Nellie, 2.11) Online Or P. J. Anthony, Agt., (Stanford. Ky. into the cab. He surrendered to Sher- impertiuent, but I should like to hear seo what was up. Aud bimeby no mo (llrl. 2:2i; llti'llr, 2:21, Jay llould, 2:2I, and 3d Ilaugherly A Ilolmet, Siircraaoitto other, wlthrecord of 'i: JO or llter. iff Timber lako in January, 1882, nnd about it." .VI dim by lle.1 Jacket, beby B. MARCH. SI, (oirel, aud lie by "BLUE-GRAS"Certainly no impertinence about more conio and stood around too, till DR. ROUTE." is assisting in the capturo of Frank STANFOIU),- - - KENTUCKY, bberuian Morgan lied Jacket', lain wat aired by UTICA.N.Y.. after a while there was 'bout a thou a ball brother to llUck Hawk. DUoovcnjrofDILMAUCniSrfl that. I was in Denver. My busiJames. dam an extra road mire, bruught Iroiu Ibe ttb sau' hundred big pizen snakes all MmurACTUigra or Nor-l- i by W. L. Vance, Mercer rounty, Kyand Charlie Ford made his debut as a ness there was to sell pianos and or- around 'em and the man was fright- UTERINE C'ATHOLICON, lrMruger Chief KENTUCKY CENTRAL R. raid to be of Mrttenger blimd. A POSITIVE CURE FOR rEMAtE COMPLAIMTS. traiu-robbCut and was pres- gans. One night I called at a house ened 'most to death. at Blue watilre-- l br AMal'ah l'llot. the tire ol I'liard. Then the Tbli retnedy Trill art In harmony with tbe FeFine Carriages, Buggies, 2llk- lledJIui, S.yrar-ol- d rritird of 2.JO, trial to see about the sale of a piano, aud I ent at St. Joseph when his brother male iTttem at all timet, and alto Immediately In 2:2. found the ludy murdered in the hall. charmer put away his iloot and said: upon tne alklumlnal and uterine maaclet, and te -- TIIK MO.iT DrMIHABI.K 1U1UTK T- Oshot and killed Jesso James. lit dim by Mimbrlno Meuenger, the grand tire condition. "You can't find any fault with such Itore them to a healthy end etrong will enra fall offcolt'aThoiuti, mxirdJ.JI, and Ibe tire l)r. Sltrchltl't I'tenne L'athollcon Keeue was arrested for par- While I was standing there, horror- - charmin' as that, 1 guess, can you? Jack thewtimh, Lucorrbira. 2ddauiby M.iiibrlnu Chief. Ibe aire ol Lady ticipating in the Huntington, W. Va struck and terrified, several parties Now, if you are ready to go on jest tag ofand l Iteration of the Cbroulo InflammaWomb, Incidental tion Thome. rnonlJ.IH';; Wowlford Mknibrluo,2;2l$; Flooding, Ilrmorrbaca bank robbery when ThorapMcDaniels came up, accuted me of the deed, and gother a club and wade in, and it we .r.l IrMimla. or .ii.l pn.t l,.,i ralnful, Suppretaed Mambrlno l'llot, 2:27, Darkneai, 1;1V,'.; Marubrf. KMriav IT.niml.Int no star, 2.2Hi Iay Henry, t:W, llrlgnolla, k. was killed. He is only known by his in ten nunutcs a raou bad. a rope are so fortunate as to get through we; TIIK ONLY LINK UUNN1M1 around my neck. I was dragged to a Srddaui by Jmp. N.leon, known at Ihefoa alias, Jack Keeue, and is serving a pretty soon to a junglo freelr aniwere,!. Adrett at above. hunting horte of England giveu two minutes to pray, and will come tree, CO It W.I5 IIV Al.l.llltLltUlsTH. fourteen years' ecntenco. 4th dam by Tcupral: Ito aure and aik fur Price vLCOiwrbutlU where you can lure a cousin ot mine CARS Sthdambyllgtr Wlili; Georee Shepherd was one of the then pulled up.' Dr Marchim' t itho.lcon. Take lo other Cth dam by Parnaby'a IMoiuedr, wnicli cau etiarru lions and taggers." "llutig by tho neck r who robbed the Russellville, Ky., by L'annon'a Whip; gang 7th daiu tme 1IKTWKEN ClllllHHIItlFo kill dam by bbip'a I'aragon, "Yes a regular hangman'- - noose, bank in 1868, aud being arrested, AbJallah l'llot wit tired by Aleiander'e AUtU "A recent painful caso of death Tcr. lab. Kluimoot Urerlteg-ulalo- r served his sentence in the State prison. and the eud of tho rope was niado fast causod hy a hypodermic injection of TUXlllLtltlll tllllt OIlKllllIltlll. lit dam lllaiidlna by Marubrmo I btef, toon brraka tbe AND Iu 1870 he claimed to have shot Jesse ami l was lett swinging. 2nd dam the lllrch mare, by I'arker. lirowu l'lbllliand rarrlrt the lot, (dam (J llotallnd, 2 2IH- Mimbrlno Mcayii. 1 Great Scots J And aud but you morphia," says tho Iandon lancet, cut of the tya iter James in tho back of the head, but tho ger waa alrrd by Mriubrltio r.yiiiailer, Ibe aire ol "directs attention afresh to the dan leni II rurra when Mambrlno Chief. Ham by Van llanraller'a flray TIMKTAIII.E. IN KFr'EOT MAIICI1 IS, ISllp- story was false, as has been proven. didn't die?" all olbrrrtmeJIetflll. gers of resorting to this most perilous Mrttenger. balfbrolbur "I duniio," soltly answered the d modo of administering drugs to relieve WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. aud niauy ol He ItBrtt Irollert. to IKIUb and lola. Shepherd is now living iu Kansas lola waa regarded Ibe a .Sick Ilcntl-In htr day aa one ot tbe brtt Ircllltg unrra Jlrlu. l.te. Lrilugton man. "I date my loss of memoCity. Ti80 a ui 2.18 uu he warned We Manufacture I'arrlagee of all dracrlptlona, eh c. Mambrlno 1'ayuiiitrr watilred by old Maiubrl ' Mirtillle.w..... 8:4.1 am 110U pm from the minute they began pulling pain. The public' should Frank James since tho war has been ry For Ilia rellrl and employing only ArttHlata workmen and utlug no, aud be by Imp Mrteeugrr. 8.2U a m IS p m against the practice of employing cure of Una dlttretilng ouly material, and aril at rratonable " (!ynlblana,.....-....M..- .. arlllcllon, lake hluiuiont IA1 lu, liltuiu an able second to his brother Jesse, on tho rope. Perhaps I was cut down remedies hypodermically. flguree alyle, workminihlpijid u.terlil mnild- - MESSENOlilt bo for Liver tieiuiaior " Falmouth 4 ( p ui . 10.00 a ui rftlNCE ! Arr. Clnclunatl. --..... IlitS ami S8U pm and iu all the bank and train robber- aud resuscitated perhaps tho corpse midable a 'remedy' should ou no eird. nil IrAUtJIIt.KTY A SIVIrK. I'M IY.SIEISI1. ies the two clung to each other. At was taken out aud buried. As I told (rrrlble The except under dltrate Itrgulalvr wlllpotlllrely ture tbli know lo account be used IUy Hlilllou. uo wliltr; foale.1 In 1819: bred by Leave Lcxlngtou al 4.U . in. and arrive at Maya- Weasierlciuphallcally what we villa 8.15 p. ui. Free I'arlor Car leavea Northfield, where Miller, Pitts and you before, my memory has sadly medical advice, aud wheu deemed belrne. TI3VflCDE5! Cbaa, Duiin.ritanfiml, Uncoln rounty, Ky. Leilogton at 2. 18 p. in. and leavea hlrrd by MetarngHr I'hlef. Cliadwell were killed and tho three failed me." COXSTIIMTION Clncluuall at 2 p. m. Will make Ihe pretent teaion at my tlaUet will necessary it ought to bo given by dam by Alcalde, tire of Ifylat, record, 2:3lK; lit The other puzzled over it, blew his Youngers captured, Jesse and Frank Fa ry We have repeatedly- - Should not le regarded at a tiiSlog ullmetit, N'a. terre mare, at 110 e.ib Iieecrlpllon and pedl. Kulgma, 2:1;Korrlguer;Uij, 2.80. practitioners. gree 4)u rime Cloae connection made InClnclnnatl for all point! turedeuuuda tbe utiuott oflbo only escaped, Frank being badly uose, got red in tho face, and finally urged the profession to discontinue Iberrlbre aatltt nature byrrgulamyrduiiaotubowela.r 10 yeara old, la It aa beautiful bay 1M, liandt hlgb, 2d daiu byIWte Mary, by Imp. Sovereign; (amy aaddle liorw aud baa taking Lire 3rd dam, Nortb.Kaet and Weil. Ppeclil rain lo Kmlgrauta. proreu to bean eirellent breoler Ho waa tlrud IbfuUlor. II It harulcat, mild and cllrrtual. Atk tht Agent at Ihe d wounded. placet lor a 4tbdam br Imp. Lerlatbau: He was tied upon a horse uiurieu out: by Slouewtll Jaikton, be by old Denmark known the recourso to injections under the ol tbe "lllue (Int. ltoute." Kouud. Sth dam Juliet by Koaclu-ro- ; 1'ILKS. "Bay, mister, I believe you aro a skin, which is becoming general. It by Jesso, aud for 100 miles the two at tbe Willi Jonrt borte, he by Karri t' old turf trip ticket from Mayevllleaud Lcilngton, to Clu. a h dim lllank by blr Arthyi Ilellel It at baud lorlbnai who aull'rr day iftrr borne aud he br Imp Iltdglord dam by llctihitrr, clnuatl aold at reduced ralea. 7IU uam by Imp. by Kir I'eler Trilr; were followed by detectives, but final- - dean tic. consumed liar 1" day vr tb 1'lln. It bat cured liuiidrodt, and will grand dam by Kraut For rate, oa boutebold iroodi and wetltrn (Irk. Sib. dam by llabby Itordraug) practice of "Like as not like as not 1" bland is aare opinionextreme iiuzard, nnd cure you. CIIA3. A. HAdLKIT, lllb dam bueranua. own ililcr lo b'allruui. br ell, addreea ly threw their pursuers oil the trail. wo that surgical instruof 1 (len. Emigration AgL, Covluglon, Ky. K. lip... FOTTJR. ly replied the piano man. "Wheu a John Cummings formerly lived in ltilh dam by Virago, by Sinn; C L. UIIOWN, U.I'. AT A. ment makers should refuse to sell the IVrtODiiuay aroid all tllacla by occaalonallr I'llINt'i: TIIKID lllb dam by Illack and all lllatk by Crab; Clay county, but about 1870 began man's memory begins to fail ho may requisite apparatus to lay persons, and taking a dew ol M juuoua I.lrer Krgulator to keep Ibe premium Jack 12lh dam Mlia bluiurrkln, by youuif True lllue; 1'rlncr l will alto stealing horses, and then drifted into hit the truth or ho may lie just as it that medical men should forbid their tbeUrrrlil beillbt action. 131U dam by Urd Oxford, Dun Arabian; rllLlltll UIIUUTUUI. terre Jeunet at HO 141b dam by Dr. Anby'a blail-l- i ggwl Itoyal l.AI mtlv.VTII the James gang. He was at the first happens. Have you any good chew- use." tat a Jack tolliud ware; i . (leneralljr arltlug from a dlwrdered Ntomach, cau H. HH8, ! f CTIiODIST.BOUTII.-llSY- .J. Freo 110 for a Jeunet colt. ing tobacco with you Glendale robbery, but not at Winston Foreigner watilred by Imp. (HenS. becorrrcled by taking Uuiuioua Llitr Krgulator He will altoaerve a Ill tor. rJervUeaevrry bundar morning and ulgbt. llladaui.Corrlua. waa a floe rate mirt at all Prayer Meeting! Tbundiy ulgbta, Huuday Bcbool James llrackmau came very sudor Blue Cut, aud is where the officers Press. few uaree at 112 dltlanrra. For ber perforwaucea te Turf Itrgliler, atV.OO a. u, J. 8, hlml, buierlnUudeut. Tb Detrrlpllun each. Cblel. cau reach him, in fact is willing to Wuiuau'a meet, bluimout Lircr Ilrguljlor tum rradlcalct Ihla A frequent cause of injury to brake-me- denly to the conclusion that ho wantedlgree rk f. abd tue i it of . A lead, watilred by Mimbrlno of John Morgin, riuuday IuMlttlouary Hocltly o'clock.here ou tb lit l'llot, IK dim by 1. ,. Jr tb tire m. each mouth, it I Mil. T. T. I n... I.. 4.911 .irfki. ed a wife. Ho is a Colorado iniuo dlaeate Iroui tbetyiteui, Imlug Ibe ktu clear and a mvill, .,,,, t IW ,.iui. surrender if granted immunity. rriure ,MJ, is a diflereuce between cars in re...,4, T..W. irtieral Uavleta, I'i etldent, free Iroiu all liupurltlu Jet black with while T.itlar. i 28. Oueenof ibe Wrtl. 2 Audy McGuire was arrested iu gard to location of bumpers. Unless owner, but was staying at the PlantOLIfJ. , rAlTI8T.-Hlt- Y. now. 4 itin old rVut. lit 18i. l'rloce tb. 3d waa Bbtruiau,2.2a4v aud lb grand tire J. M. llaticc, I'utur. HerviCee recoru z:iu; Jacksou county for participating in thebumDors meet when cars are push ters' Hotel, tit. Louis, when he fell Child reu aulferlug with tulle touu eiierleuce re. tired by l'rlur 2d and he by I'lluce III, an Imtauioriuouiii. .wi lonairt, n 13 ou Hevond and Fourth Huudaya, morning aud rkollaod, vltt. a proriuce from Liter KeguUtur It t'rejrer into this frame of mind. Starting out lief wheu Sliuiuoua dtrlne u eat Unrlllaluluitler. parled jack Adiuit Cataool Alfurd, Il.u of bpalo, 2.20U, Illack1.22V, II2.80, 2:20i; lllllr Hoaklut. night, Huuday Meeting everya, Wedoeeday after. the Richmond bank robbery, and tak- ed together to bo coupled, the brake-ma- n l'llot. from tbla luiKrt(d by ed. Adulta alw and tlrtd by neou, Bcbuol at 8.30 at. It. K. Harrow 3d dam by Illack burn'i Whip. an Imported lack en to that point. Oue night a mob will be caught. The decision of Irons bis rooui,,Uie, iirat.wouuui liesuw uiirdlciue. It It not uiiplraunl, II la bariuleit and Jim Porter bpalu, 1 will alto Iroui the produce ol Tbe above burnt will uik the uuuu of 1182 Kuperlnteudeul. Andeluala, Hand at aau place took him from the jail and hanged a esse in an Orange county court holds wus'a"tiJceWMbwtnId. 'He. popped the earn three Jacka Ibat I tlood Lit year, at the at Chat. IMuuu'a. 2U ulba from Maufurd, ou CHHISTIAN Wortblp by tb congregation CAUTION. 3hA wa" lollowlog price, i ii LACK HAWK ai flu, and "Ituib llramh !'lke,"oue mile from Blanford aud tit, mifljttnn r,l LutritnAtetiflw day. I'reachlngby lir. J. W. Cvi him to a tree. railroad companies, responsible for hecarclul tbat you gel lb gruulue bliuuioua (JAMS aud JOHN al U All tbe colli are lutuied ljnintrr pike, and 3 ml In from blanford and oa Flrtl and Third Lord't dtya. Huuday rkbool pile. Abdallab Meitergrrit S20 to Dick Burns was at the Richmond such accidents, and John Gottlieb, a bluutly declined; but, on learning that Idrer Krgulator In our engraved While Wrapper, to live 4 tuoulba, Tbe progeny of thee bore ttotk Uauvllle at 8:18. Jot. Beverante, bupetluteudeut. a mne In loil. Mmrugrr i'llui al IIS lo btauip and blgualure un- will be rtwDuualbla fur the teaaou. Maret IraJed bank robbery aud was killed about brakeman on the Erie road, is award- ho was rich ami iiijea"rne8t,J changed with red. or removed from tb rouuly forfella tbe Kltou at iDturea wire In foil, Money due aa aoonat Ibe pHKgllYTKUIAN, HOUTII.-Il- er, I. H. McKI. broken, yaKPiaguoiit.r iir L roy, paator. huuday Mckuol al eucv, Mint grated at tb tat of f 1.50 per uvula, f.cllt aterlalurl. AJdr.it two miles from Iudepeiideuce while re- ed 85,000 damages for the injuries he he'r answer tqyeal iThe weddiug was John j, ii. zi:ii.in a ro.. T to be paid wheu ilock It removed. ou WIldilMO. UTJNrV, Jlcut, Bupcrlnleudrul. Unloq Irajer:0.Metllug W. dayf sisting arrest. held uext blanlord, I.lurotu ivuuly, ky. WeducaJay nlghla. Bvld by all tlrugglila. I.KVI IIUHHI.r:. 1'iiit.iDKtrnu. received. Jt 5i,iu-$tfclili) -- $nlt riorornil 01 Shepherd was with bis brother atthfl time of the ItuseclMllo ,h)k Little Johnnit't Antcdotts. Possums has, tiMej pouches on tho stomach, amdjoji ItiM'ihcro was n 'possum wh'ich was hltioV. A feller conio to tco the show, and ho had a MMck. of it, wm theK Fourth of 'TM Mhr)Wv look oio off and' put ItinMiis raoffth, and then ho lit ono of tho others and held 'cm out to tho possum, nnd said: "Havo you n cigirctter" Tho pos sum it snatched 'cm, and crammed 'cm in its pouch, nnd wank its eyes, and aald: '(Now, you can jest wistlo for your old cigarettes, for I am a regular savings bank, I am." But bimeby tho crackers they went oil wild, anil you never seen seech n busted bank liko that possum. My undo Ned had a possum which was a pet, and ho had a little music- box too, but my sister's young man ho plays the riddle ahd Sammy Dop py ho can crow like roosters. Ono day the piana was moved nut of tho parlor, and Uncle Ned ho wound up tho music-boand looked the other way, and tho possum it sneaked up and put tho music boS in the tobacco of its belly, a playin' tho Sweet Kuch By Teal nice. Then Uncle Ned he went into the kitchen, and Phratts About Womtn. Wrinkles disfiguro n woman les than lllnature. Dupuy. Woman is nn idol tlint man worships, until ho throws It down. Women lovo always; when earth slips from them, they tako refugo in heaven. Tho whisper of n beautiful woman can be heard further than the loudest call of duly. Thcro is no torture that a woman would net sutler to enhauco her beauMontague. ty. Of nil things that man possesses, women nlone take pleasure in being - Malberbo. possessed.ileloro promising a woman to love only her, ono should havo seen them A. Duall, or should'sco only her. puy. Wo meet in society many beautiful and nttiactivo women whom wo think would mako excellent wives for our friends. Wo censuro tho inconstancy of women when we nro the victims; wo find it charming when wo aro the objects. 'TU Dcsnoycrs. Vonian among savages is a beast of burden; in Asia sho is a piece of furniture: in Europe alio is a spoiled Souno de Meilhan. child. Tho highest mark of esteem a woman can givo a man is to ask his friendship; and tho most signal proof of her indiflercnco is to offer him litre. It is not easy to bo a widow; one must rcassume all tho modesty of girlhood, without being nllowed to feign Madamo do Girar-diits ignorance. n. , TXtJu. fiAl IMRMICft fu 1 FAN Y JIOY STANFORD MAR1LE WORKS, UUMfflRT URC II Pu iim 1 lf rl t til Brnr llOIKKltICK: JHIU WTHEWORlD. cIkvebme. ird i .' 11RBE1 M-1 1 tV- Address KENTUCKY'S nn-ti- ll tj m"CTrTV QQJ ....... .. dura-bllll- r- l?.7;.rK.yi: ,,,,,. " ...-.!-. '"-tt - tt d J e E& d heiftW two-eye- Al't tr;i:o. his-se- lf i. weaken, WA - ltlti; X prenil-nni- . York-hir- t. ..... ! W-l- m 461-- Abdallali Messenger! ..... 1 e FIO :r S EI ,... snake-charme- et f r 31-- tf rii .i.. TTJ a J. S - I . ...,. ..... 1 SrrtiiiSi ...-.- .., CINCINNATI! FREE PARLOR PHAETONS, - Drtt-cli- .......! above-name- 03NT time-fold- JACKS roit jaumiici:. JK2 n Jf T- .a.j W. Trade-Mar- -'