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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 25, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882042501_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 25, 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. t VOLUME Scnu-M Stem " Heelli Jmfefw X.-NUMBBR ImtftuiL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 510. A STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, APRIL Cheek on Repudiation, A 25, 1882 37. Jtrt I Th "Ourlow Bugt" ot California, Tho following extract from n nolo from ono of Prof. C. V. Itlloy's corcommunicated by him to W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. respondents, Xalurc, is interesting ns showing how r. R. WALTON. Butineu Manager. ground beetles, which uro usually beneficent to man, inny at times n great nuisance. Tho inecct SuiisciiiiTiON, $2. 50 l'r.it Annum. properly called an "overflow bug" in California, is, scientifically, tho Sparking Too Long. mncitlicotlit. Wo lived, says tho A young innn was telling somo ol correspondent, in Fresno county two liis acquaintances how ho had gono years. It is hot and dry there, therback on his girl liecatuo alio was sar- mometer rnngiDg from 00 to 108 castic, nml thojr aikol hitn to explain for about thrco months. In Juno and what jie inoant. Ho saiil that ho was July, when hottest and driest, tho pending ttio evening with her nml he "ovci flow bug" filled tho air between noticed thnt ho teemed to bo absent sunset and dark. Ono could not with minded or tired, or something. About wifely open his mouth, They would '2 o'clock in the morning he paid alio light all over ono's clothes; thoy filled started up suddenly In alarm and exbouse; thoy swarmed on the table; claimed: "My, what is that?'' Ho the in tho milk, sugar, flour, bread, and said ho dtdu't hear nny thing, and ask overywhoro whero there was a crevice ed what it sounded like, and alio said to get through. Thoy wcro flying sho thought maybe it was a milkman for about two weeks, and then they coming with tho milk. Ho said that disannoared mostly or did not II v was too sarcastic, nud ho would never much, but wcro hidden under papers, go to seo her again. Well, probably clothing, and in every nvailablo place ho couldn't suit her any better. Borne They wero all through tho foot hills fellows overdo tho thing entirely when tho same, and much tho samo in Los they go to sco a girl, and nothing will Angeles, nlnut Norfolk, but thoy did break them of tho habit of wearying In fly much in tho latter place. out n girl likotomo sarcastic remark not Angeled Los they seemed to bo worse liko that. Sometimes the father of lieforo the "Santa Annas," n hot wind tho girl will co in o to the bead of tho from tho desert filling the air with stairs nud ask tho girl if tho morning sand. Chickens, no matter how hunpaper has como, or if sho will tell her gry for insects, refused to cat these vintor to toll ttio hirod girl when bo peits. Tho visitation of these insects gets ready to go. Tlioio things may formed a vcritablo plague. look to a young man to bo sarcastic, Talk at Home. hut his conduct warrants it. There Endeavor always to talk your lies t is no girl who is well, and wants to keep bo, that wnnts to sit up all night beforo your children. They hunger ideas. They witti an ordinary young man. bho perpetually for new has got to havo somo sleep or sho is learn with pleasure from tho lips of not worth the powder to blow her up. parents what they dream is drudgery Sho can get all the information that to learn from books, and even if they ho has to impart in six or seven hours, havo to be deprived of many educanud every hour ho stays niter that is u tional advantages, thoy will grow up dead I cum". Soma young fellows never intelligent if they enjoy in childhood know enough to go. They speak of tho privilege of listening daily to the people. it being time to go lit 10 o'clock, nud conversation of intelligent the girl, to bo polito says: "Oh, don't Wo sometimes sco parents, who are hurry away. It Is early yet," and the life of every company they enter, tho galoot thinks sho' mania it, nud ho dull, silent, and uninteresting at home If they havo goes into camp for n few hours more, ninoug their children. and nil tho timo the girl in on nettles. not mental stores cnougli lor Doth, Sho wishes tho hotho would take fire, let them first use what they have for A silent homo or that ho would bo seized with n their ohii households. cramp, so sho would get out. She is a dull place for young people, n place knows that sho will be tho laughing from which they will escape if they stock of tho whulo family, uud wishes can. How much useful information, ho was in (laliena, hut ho Hlay a on tho other hand, is often givcu in though ho was sitting up withnoorpso. pleasant conversation; and what unNo girl wants to twin impolite, and conscious, but excellent training is no otio will yawn behind a handker- lively social argument! Cultivate to chief, or hitch uneasily in her chair, tho utmost tho graces of conversation. . and pray for rolicf, nud when tho It does not seem to us that the ofli will skip stayer does finally go, sho cials of Kentucky are experimentup stairs three at a time uud giro a how much the people Wo understand that n ing to see sigh of relief. tho Commonwealth will stand, has been sent to tho police, of petitiou without breaking through the resigned by about a hundred girls, 111k straints of moral propriety, and damniug them to arrest any young man Wo do ing tho wholo multitude. found on tho way homeaftcr bopo that the recujierative energies of nt night, unless he can give nu no Kentucky may outlivo the criminal couut of himself A girl ought to imliecility ot tho present dynasty, aud havo cheek enough to tell n young shutting their eyes on what the future man, when ho has remained lung iu store for them, implore Diviue enough, that it is time to retire, nud has Mercy to protect the Commonwealth if ho does not go, call n servant and uutil its cud shall como. If the next have n mnttros spread on tho parlor is to bo a duplicate of tho present floor, and co olf and leave tho delib democratic Legislature we will take a erate young man to stay nil night if republican one, and if the democracy ho wants to. This is written nt the segirls can make no improvement in the request of n number of young of a chief Executivo for the hollow-eye- d lection who havo become palo and Commonwealth, we'll trust to Provifrom being kept up until early dence, and take Totnlluford aud John tho morning by smart Alecks hours of Kentucky Telephone. D. While-who will know enough to go home Milwaukee Sun. after this. Man is tho creaturo of interest and ambition. His nature leads him forth Somo little timo ago Miss Frances rower Cobbe, who has so identified iuto tho strugglo and bustle of the world. Lovo is but tho establishment herself with tho causoof nnti vivisechis early life, or a song piped in the tion, called on a distinguished man of of intervals of the acts. lie seeks for science in Lombn tho other day to fame, for fortune, for space in the endeavor by persuasive speech and world's thought, and dominion over viva voce argument to gain him over his fellow-mcu- . But tho woman's to her cause. Tlirco points wcro obwholo lifo is a history of tho affec servable in Miss Cobbe's outward pre- tions. The heart is her world; it is sentment, namely, sho had an ostrich there her ambition strives for empire; feather in her bonnet, a bird of par- it is thcro her avarice seeks for hiddeii adise on or near her mud, and she cartreasures. Sho sends forth her hidConried an ivory handled umbrella. den treasures. Sho sends forth hor sequently tho distinguished man ot sympathies on adventure; she emas follows: "Madam, kcienco replied barks her wholo soul in tho traffic of charity begins at home. When you affection; ad if shipwrecked, her have given up wearing ostrich fcath case is hopeless, tor it is t bankruptcy crs, which uro picked from tho living Washington Irving. bird, causing tho most exquisite pain; of the heart, and birds of paradise, which, in order In Pompeii, recently, a very beauto enhanco their beauty and luster, tiful fountain was found among tho when you have ab- ruins. are skinned alive; It is said to surpass in beauty jured the ivory, because you know any of tho fountains hitherto dug up that tho tusks aro cut out of tho dying lliiir., Vmuld t rntirnijAiitpfl an riaini' elephant's jaw then, and then only, on a shell, with Cupid in her arms, como and upbraid mo with the cruel Uther spirits otloveare seu hore ami ty of my operations. Tho difleronce thcro in the waves, whilo in the back between us is, madam, that I inilict ground appears a nereid, or water pain in the pursuit of knowledge and nymph, near a dolphiu, with her arm for tho ultimato benefit of my fellow thrown around tho neck of Cupid. creatures; you cause cruelty to bo In tho foreground, on the shore, are merely for your personal adorn two draped women looking at the ment." merry groop in tho water. m A story is told of Gen. .Tubal Early Noutii Cauolina. Ihon Our that in company with a brother officer Chattanooga, in Teun., is rejoicing in tho ho had attended church ouca whero discovery, lu Mitchell con my, N C, the theme of the preacher was tho of two veins of magnotito of superior Judgment Day, when tho earth and quality, ono eighteen feet, tho other tea should givn up their dead. "What thirty-fou- r feet wide. Tho veins wero would you do General, if all theeo peo cut while tunneling for a railway on spoko of should pop plo tho preacher tho property of the Cranberry Iron up around you?" asked his companion. Company. This discovery insures, it It was during tho closiug days of the is thought, an abundant supply ot Confederacy, and, after a iiioniont'i ore for tho Chattanooga silenro, Gen. Early, with characterise district. tin iimfnnltv. rcsiiouded: "I would mother's sou of Tho Now Haven JUguler gives the conscript every following excellent directions ns to thorn." how to toll a cood onion: "Hire nf Norfolk. V . Mr V (I. Iblatir-vwrites: "It k'l'e iu ureal pleature to ex- your best girl to eat one raw, aud then perience once mure Hut ulorioiuly kuim) call upon her. If the onion is good feeling of perfect health. I was burled In your stay will be short. tt fi jn $nlcrior$ournai Precocious d Picklock. o J'la-tyn- In tho important opiuion of tho United States Supremo Court, delivered yesterday in tho caso of tho Southern Hank of Now Orleans against tho authorities of that city, Mr. Juslico Field characterizes the Louisiana "premium bond act" of 1870 as "tho most remarkable piece of legislation over presented to this Court for consideration." By that act tho Legislature, with unscrupulous audacity and disregard of tho public faith, prohibited tho levying of a tax for the payment of tho New Orleans consolidated bond of 1852, which had been regularly issued under tho authority of the Legislature, and of which thcro aro now about four million dollars outstanding: This legislation, which was upheld by the highest court ol Louisiana, is now very properly declared by the Supremo Court at Washington to be repudiation of tho most Tho fact opcu nnd flagrant kind plainly and directly impairs tho obligations of tho contract raado by authority of tho Stato with tho holders of tho bonds, and thence is set aside as unconstitutional. New Orleans will now have to pay tho interest on tho bonds, and ultimately tho principal. This decision ought to ho a wholesome warning to evcy Legislature which may bo disposed to repudiato tho just obligations of the Stato and thereby forcibly rob those who have trusted to its honesty aud honor. A named twelve-year-ol- black boy, Coleman, km brought beforo the United States Commissioner at Baltimore, Md., charged with robbing tho privato letter boxes in the city postoflice. The locks on theso boxes aro ot a kind supposed to bo proof against picking, nnd tho authorities could not beliovo tho littlo rascal's admission of guilt. So the marshal of police and tho assistant postmaster look tho littlo fellow to tho postofficc, whero ho gave them an exhibition of his skill locks. Ho in opening burglar-proo- f had a littlo strip of wrought iron which ho had hammered very thin, and, putting this in tho koybolo of a box and giving it ono or two slight taps with his finger, open flow tho box as if by magic. Box nfter box he opened in tho samo way. A Chance for I wlihton-llin- y a Bargain. ioo truel of Knob Uml com'aimng acui:n: HnYft.tiHt received nml will HllO Of tlii! cIioIccm! keep eoiixlHiiflj' on linml a Trcati - filtutleil alout 4 in lift rtouth of HUnfor.l, an J known Farm." Ithmon the oil "roor-IIoui- a It two small liulMlnca, connectnt by a jmrch, In which a mill fimllr run lire comfortably: an excellent Hprlo neir the l.ull.lli g; about Him young Arplo Treee of select Irnlt, ninny ol which are now beirlng, tml a quantity of good Timber, such at poplar, cbetlnut, Ac. o, Stanford, Ky., Febmary 17, 1882. Stanford Female College. Groceries,Confectioneries,FAMILY SUPPLIES, Allorwliicli llioy will STANFOltl), KY. With a Full Corps of Teachers, Tht. Initllutlon the 2(1 Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. They are also agcutr Tor the Hale of MaKlngl'p Hiipcrlor Woolen CJootlH ami YariiH. opened II. Twellth Betalon on Monilty In September Uit. Among locksmiths of Baltimore tho case has excited, it is said, tho widest interest, and tho discovery that these THOROUGH ENOUSHCOUnSE locks can bo picked may lead to an Are titifht, u well at cntiro change in them. Government experts aro already studying tho caso. MUHIC, THE LANGUAGES. DHAW-INAND PAINTING. Tho hoy Coleman was sent to jail by the commissioner to await tho nction of tho grand jury on his case. Now would appear to be ,a good timo for some inventorto bring out an In Tuition, price range from 123 to ISO In th Primary, 123; unpickable lock suitablo for postoi-fic- regular Department!. ami Colleglttr, IntermeJiati 150. 30; I'reparatojy, 140, use. ALL THE RRANTIIES OF A M'ROBERMSTAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, .STANFORD, KIT., O TERMS MODERATE. T N PHMC TT ! o Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Tottet rtllif jFTiiiru Artlrtcit, Jlonlm, Stationery, Tolmrco anil Cloarit, Tfltirn, Liquor, . J'itNfcfrma rrecrlptloitn titnl 1'Iiur- - bitter experience to teach tho Euro pean how lightly an Oriental slakes his life, how quietly ho pays forfeit when ho loses. Ho it n savage foe or a remorseless climato against which he plays, tho low casto Hindoo will wager death and torment for a few copper I bad n bheestic in that war coins. who was invalided from frostbite, and probably lost both bis feet, while all tho timo ho was carrying in his knapsack tho good English hoots and long, warm stockings I had given him. These he meant to sell, putting them on only when sure to see mo; but lie, waited to secure a great price. And ho tramped barefoot, he tlept in cotton clothes, wIich the thermometer' one. ... full below zero, until he sacrificed his When once you have determined limits, perhaps his lifo. Playing the to fatten au unimal for beef, let same stakes agaiust a htimau enemy the process bo as quick as possible. the Hindoo is still more reckless. Auy stint iu feeding at such times Uclgravin. will tend to make tho meat tough and Why Hi: Wouldn't Hike Him- dry. Stall-feanimals will fatten self, A prominent ex Confederate moro readily than others, and young officer, now residing in Washington, animals require richer food than older started out the other evening to find a ones. In Winter fattening, do not man servant. Ho met a pretty good forget that much .depends upon the looking colored man and asked him if warmth ot the stabl.). the warmer he could recommend n good servnnt. the cattle are kept the less food will Tho colored man regretted that he be needed. could not. "What are you engaged Digitated Stockings. "Digita "Why ted stockings," with separate apartat?" asked the can't I employ yon?" "I am not do- ment for each toe, are the latest. ing any thing jun now," was the reply; You can put iu a half au hour fitting "but I expect to have a seat in Con- them on, same as a glove, aud the gress in a few days. My name is next thing will be to havo them butLynch, nnd I am contesting the seat ton, buttons, of course, being g d Omental iNnimiiicNcn to Lifi:. It needs n very long timo and much derful idiots "Blind Tom." Iu an idiot asylum in London thero is one man who can tell the time of day or night without watch or clock. Ask him at any time in the morning, or on waking him from a sound sleep: "Charles, what timo is it?" "Thirteen minutes aud a half past four," as the case might be. Physicians and learned men had made every attempt to explain the possession of this remarkable gift. Another has built a ship, full rigged throughout, a mail of war, with every rope and spar perfect. It is six or eight feet long, and ho worked on it for six years. man; He was n very yet he is an idiot and his mother was Gifted Fools. There nre wonin the world besides For full particulars, aa to Board, Ac, addrra. MKN, N. C. TKUKIir.ART. I'rlnclpM Stanford, Lincoln Co.,Ky. timeciitlcal l'rc)iirtttto)in a Sirrtiiltu. 91 CO O hi o o P 02 M O CD 0 3 o C3 '- o hi Q o o GO 0 d Va 02 V3 GO 2 0 w H t o CQ CD --! 7 v CD CO o 2j f- -l - P o CO H 8 o CD tn CO CO --i -- I S3 Hi M H p. tag- rr P & H. P- - a H P . ef n- - O CO a -- 0 m CD o o o Pw CO P 02 JUST OPENED! :fi:t:e stock: op- - 0 Washington of General Chalmers." Star. . A lunatic at the asylum in Utica, New York, is a United States pensioner, and tho largest ono iu tho United States. Sinco 18GG ho has been paid 88,280, whilo his arrearages amount to almost as much more. By the various acts of Congress he is cnti-- 1 tied to receivo the samo pay as if ho had lost both eyes, both arms or both, legs, insanity leaving him as helpless as if ho were entirely crippled. It does not do him much good as bo is unawaro of his wealth or distinction. Tho new material known as leatherette is being brought into use in numerous mechanical and ornamental applications. It is so perfect an imitation of leather that people are utter- sixteen the height of every girl's ambition. Boston Post. BRAND - NEW opGOODS -- ! ! co3rsisTi3ra- feared that the enormous manufacture of wooden toothpicks is utterly destroying the forests of America; but, then, the young man who spends all bis salary for good clothes must have something to eat. . A subscriber writes aa follows: "I feel at once in; appetite and strength greatly is It 3DRY O-OOD- S, i GENTS' FURNISHING . -- 3BOOTS, SHOES, A.X.SOHits NOTIONS, GOOBS Improved; my expectoration lens painful and less copiou; my cough less trouble-sommy sleep tOund,refresh!ng and dream- leer, ray nervousness la all gone; my oream-lu- g lcs difficult; iny heart's action more regular; my backache less severe; my digestion improved; ray urine clear and voided without pain; my spirits more exuberant; my mind perfectly at ease; and et I have only used half a bottle of IrownV Iron flitters " e; A NICE LINE OF CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS AND TRUNKS. I am opening daily a Full Lino oflhc llcist Gootls in Call and examine. IF THE ONE-PRIC- E OWSLEY received jtlarkcf, (o bo Sold nt IloKoiu Prices. BZEITT'CJaKZlur ly unawaro that they are handling something other than leather itself, and ita serviceable tiaturo renders the For all detection still more difficult. uses to which it has been applied, the articlo is said to havo proved nearly, ifnot quite, equal in seviceableness to natural leather. A young woman of Idaho answered au advertisement of a firm of marriago brokers, who booh afterward sent her a bill of 820.50 for advertising, threatening, if she did not pay it, to publish the letter. She preferred to pay the bill. Young women should never iiiny nrni ileal wiui sucn agencies much better remain single until thir love is demanded by the spontaneous outhumtof a manlv heart. PHOH.SMO.IAL. JAMES 311 O. aiVENB, Sth tt.. LOUISVILLE, KY. Practice In alt tho Courts. Collection! promrt-lyiuaJT. W. VAKNON. WALLACE E.VABMON, ATTOltNEV AT JOA.-W- . CLOTHING HOUSE! stock of immense ATTOUNEYh A.T STANFORD, KY. AT'l'O UN IZ AT LANCAfrL'R, KY. rouutl-eiinl'l- T. W.4 W. E. VAIINON, X,A.W. up lUlri. Office In Owjtej A Sod'i new bulUlng H. O. KAUFFMAN. Opposite Myers House, CL0THN6 m&mmmf im imi m,, has just an U"U"J Of the latest styles, j uJ Couuly Attorney Will Muter CniuiulMlonrr rcltct!lu (It the Courts of Clarraril anil adjolulng IhetViurlo' Apali steel-makin- g despair, my back constantly pained me, On tho order slate on tho and from'head lo foot I felt thoroughly ill. I could not walk across the yard without careiiter shop in this city with uie. pedostrian discovered tho fatigue. Notldnic I ate axreed Doctors could do uie no good. I tried 'g IJcko store to Jlrown'a Iron" s'ltltter. They have glren "Cum fics." Rochester Herald. me perfect health and strength," m door of a a passing following: a Doro to Somo of the stuff on sale in St Louis as butter is sh iwn bv hii official ALEX. ANUKH80N. investigation to bo made chiefly of ATTOUM3Y AT 1jA"V, lard. Tho oil is pressed out, ami tun UANV1LLK, KY., remainder is colorless, odorless and Will ractl In theCourttof Doyl and adjoining This subitance is callnd cuiiullc. and lu lb Court of Appeal., tasteless. "neutral," and to it it added a real MA8TEUHON I'EYTON. ATTO Nll butter to give it a fltvor. iNuanmiKaKurKrcouTr, LllltillTY. KY. A nhvaician on presenting his bill Will prall in all ibe Count of Caxy aud ad- of an estate of a deem Joining cauntlrt, and III III. Court of Appeal.. to tho executor iipmlal attention (Uru to collection.. OtUca orer ed patient, asked, "Do you wish to "' r" "' "No.", renlied l.nvA mv hill swnrn?" Dlt. J. O. CAUl'ENTEH, tho executor, "tho death of tho do KENTUCKY ceased is sufficient evidence that you BTANFOHD OffiMorer Itotil. H. Lylle't .tor.. (Itnce bourt attended him professionally.' Iroui 7 to A. ., 12 to I r. M T to t ,. u. Jesse James had a 8500 coffin. Two. LEE V. HUFFMAN. preachers officiated at his funeral, and DBNTIHT, the choir saug, 'Oh, What a Friend HUlKilJON HTAKKOHD. KY. Wo Have in Jesus!" And yet some Otnc Houth .Ida Main Street, two door, .bore tht Myer. Hotel. people wonder that Dob Iugersoll is a Uat adiuluUterwl whan reAugusta Chron. I'uraMtrout Uild quired. power In the land. iclo. It. O. MOKQAN, D. S. U, D13NTIHT, Rejected lovers need never despair. Will be la BLuford two weti. hours iu a of each luoutu from tint Monday. Dental room. Thcro are lo bt. Aw ph lloUrl, oier McA'liter A Urlfbl'e, day, and not a moment in the twenty TtSea .Uu,l At Lanculer'lwb week, of each tuontU Iblrd woman may uot from ilgn. Monday. Dcutalrouuitln alawnllouw. four iu which a I'ure nilrou. oxld gaaa adulnl.teriHl l& 10J-De Fcnod. when nectmry. change her mind. STANr'OUD. KY. Will rra tic In tho tViurtt ot tht. and adlolnluK louiillr. and In th Court of Appeal.. Office lu llwiler cmii'. new lililldinf up ilalri. TUOMABi'. 1IH.I..JK.. AT'I O UN 13 AT mm uuutu, MK T Trunks and Valises of all Kinds, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, Also, a nice assortment of LADIES'&MISSES' CUSTOM & EASTERN MADE SHOES, Which we offer at prices that can not help but convince GLOVES, PLAIN and FANCY SHIRTS. '','', every unbiased mind that HmPJ Than was ever before offered in Stanford. Our motto is : "Quick sales and small profits !" and a call will convince you that we mean what we say. WE SELL GOODS CHEAPER JD. KLA 7 r rr'iMgrfi hT Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, asTAisriroiap, icy. - - April 25, 1882 EDITOR k h Wk nro glnd to olwcrvo that Hon. Joo Blackburn Iim on tho part of tho minority, presented a report ngninat tho allowances ngrccd upon by tho majority of tho Committeo appointed to audit tho expenses of President Garfield's Illness and death, which aro S3 outrageously largo and out of all proportion to tho services rendered. Tho idea of paying Bliss 335,000, Drs. Agnow and Hamilton 815,000 each; Drs. Royburn, Boynton and Mrs. Edson 810,000 each and Crump 83,000 ii simply preposterous, and in recommending such sums tho commit earnest letter of Capt. Henry, and the embraces the statements of all the tco shows a reckless disregard for tho witnesses, to the affair, and feel that it public funds that can not bo too mT with propriety make public the unansoverely censured. It amounts to imous conclusion of it member that the nominee of the partr, "ho comes indorsed nothing more than a consent to a raid by hi friend- - nnd noighbors an an honoraupon tho treasury, by a lot of advent- ble man and qualified for the position, did not In any way expose hta peraon or nae urers, who, with but two exceptions, improper language within the hearing of a nesses. could not earn half tho amounts they aingle lady. Reports from Haywitod, Tipton anil The committee aree fully with Capt, demand wero they to practice a full Henry that It rery unfortunate and im- Lauderdale counties, Tenn., and Mississiplife time. Mr. Blackburn concedes proper that lie became intoxicated, but we pi and Crittenden counties, Ark, are that and hon- the frosts killed all the cotton, necessitating believe further that a liberal compensation should bo estly regret tils that he alncerelycensurable replanting. olTense, which, The town of Monticello, Louisiana, allowed, oven in excess of what the aa It ia In this aa in all cases, is not ol the was completely destroyed toinado. grate character that attacks hti Integrity Saturday, only three houses by athe place medical attendants could have earned in aa a man or forfeits hla claim to the supin their ordinary practice, notwith- port of those whose delegate Rare him being left. Men persona were Killed, anil twenty seriously injured. standing thoy exhibited no cxtraor the nomination of tbo party. The public about wife of a colored preacher at Lex The generally recognlie the temptation to dinary skill in the treatment of tho which candldatei are subjected, and. while ington ha just obtained a verdict in the U. S. Cincinnati, for $1,000 case; but while willing to be liberal, the disposition to censure Capt. Henry In- against Court, at the Southern It. It. for refusal to dicate) a wholesome sentiment among our ho, nor the minority ho represented people, we should not go no lar aa to sacri- allow her to ride In the ladles' car. She could consent to such cxtravagantand fice an honorable man for the aingle of- sued for $50,000. The long contest waged with the fense does not deny and so wanton lavishraent of the public emnly which he himself not to repeat. sol- House of Representatives by Hallett pledges J. came to a conclusion by a veulirt funds. Ho also very justly protests M. Atherton, W. J Stone, Aaher G. Kilbourne against Lucius Desha, Jr., Ed. F. Madden, J. of $100,000 In favor ofSergeant--.t--.rno against the recommendatiou to for Jno. Q. Thompson, M. WrightkV. M. Bsckner. false Imprisonment. certain military officers connectIn the United States Circuit Court at The capitol removal business is seted with the case, believing that the tled after a good deal of time doroted Charleston, S. C, the grand jury found a citizens oi Committee has no jurisdiction to make to it, and the people of Frankfort, true mil against thirty-eigh- t Uarnwell county, charging them with ob such recommendation. He therefore having been scared nearly out ot their structing voters at the general election in asks that the majority report be re- wits, can now possess their souls with November, 18S0. The Uible used in the U. S. Senate for The question of removal committed, with instructions to take peace. came before tho House on a bill which swearing in Senators has been stolen. It e proof of tho value of services render- said the capitol must be moved, leav- lias been In use (or years, aim ed, and. in caso of the surgeons to ing the point to which it was to ho every Senator admitted in that period was sworn in upon that Ilible and had klwed make such allowances only as would carried, blank. The Speaker ruled it. The supposition is that it was taken bo properly chargeable to the estate of the bill out of order unlo's the blank by somebody aa a relic. The Court of Anneals . has affirmed the i the late President. This is the only was filled, and after much discussion, sentence of death against the nrgro liush, he was sustained in his decision. Then who waa convicted ol the murder ol .mim way to settle tho matter. It is simply Danville was suggested as a proper Van lfM, In . a.aH. Anilnl, . t, n m I, 4, P .... .1,11 ..C.Wl, a matter of business, from which silly place, but by a vote of 30 to 40, sbo ehot Instead o t herJ.lW .uuu.jihe waa tryfather, who sentimentought to beentiroly divorced. lost the coveted honor. Louisville ing to kill. He has had two lml, and in both was convicted of murder in the first she enmo next, And now tho Adjutant General is shoulder 10 and 45. too got tho cold degree. to Lexington was Mai. A. K. ilichards having become a in trouble, and in a way that surprises finally adopted, 43 to 37. Tho bill candidate forjudge of the Superior Court, his most .intimate friends. To was then nut upon its passage and has resigned bis position aa Chairman of even be sure he presents a very utterly too strange to say, it was defeated, 35 to the Democratic State Central Committee. Hon. John M. Atherton, of Louisville, loo appearance while bedecked and 52. That night I rankfort celebrated haa been chosen his successor, and Maj. J. its triumph in a grand banquet. And M. Wright elected to fill the vacancy on arrayed in his military trappings, but now that the thing is to remain where the Uommittee. no one had ever suspected Gen. Nuck-ol- s it There were three executions Friday is, we nope the legislature wilt not of being a masher. Therefore, be niggardly in appropriating suffi Hill lain Kindram was In need In .New Ida landlady, murder the news that he has attempted to cient funds to make such improve York city for thoCrave, of Junuary, in ibi; meats as are demanded to give the Mrs. Margaret play that role and even gone so far as Luther Ii. Taylor, white, at Cuming, Ark., State-hous- e an appearance creditable for the murde'r of Hlley Mack; George to lay violent hands on tho woman he to the great btate that owns it. atTolla, Mo., for killing William was laying for, and make an indecent Hite in August. 1881. O.vn of the most disgraceful scenes Five train robber ditched an express proposal to her, will of course be tathat the disgracefully inclined Legis- nn th Atrhlson. Toiieka and Santa Fe ken by those friends aforesaid, as a lie lature has presented to the world, oc- Railroad, in New Mexico, with intent to manufactured out of whole cloth. curred in the Senate chamber at rob the express car, bnt by a rsistaae tailing to get car, which contained But such is the charge, which seems Frankfort, Friday. A drunken Sen- $500,000 ininto the were forced to flee by silver, Sen- train men and passengers rallying in force. to be taken for confessed, since the ator named Hayes, got mad with George in regard to the part he The fireman waa killed and the engineer General has planked down not ex- ator took in tho debate on the bill to remit and exnresa manaeer badly iniured. ceeding $500 as a compromise for a 815,000 to the penitentiary lessees, The Senatorial Committee on Educa-tio- n haa reported a bill providing for the suit brought by the nnd not only called him a liar, but 810,000 damage appropriation of $95,000,000; $15,000,000 lady, who is a married woman and applied the dirty executive's pet epi- - the first year, $14,000,000 the second year, rough and turn- - $13,000,000 the third yesr, and thereafter a said to be respectable. It is also said tuet, a son-o- t a blo fight eusued which was stopped by sum diminished 5.,uw,uw yeany irom me that in addition to the 8500, the Gen- tho members before either was hurt. sum appropriated, until ten annual approeral had to raako a very meek and This and similar occurrences at Frank priations have been made, when all appropriations under this act shall cease, which humble apology to the irate husband fort, during tho last several months several sums shall be expended to secure who, besides filthy lucre, panted for are fast bringing Kentucky into dis the benefits of common school education to all the children living in the United Slates. gore; yes, reu gore, well, one oy repute and odium. Richmond Jicghter has taken A News Thk Letter from Creensburg. one the roses tall, oue by one wo lose Gbeeusbi.ro, Ky, April 2t, '82 confidence in those we had thought, the trouble to inquire into the terrible You do not often receive a line from state of affairs presented by the Comlike Ctcjar's wife, above suspicion, mittee appointed to investigate the this peculiar portion of the vineyard, but and in our vexation of spirit we can treatment of the convicts, and finds I hope you will give this a place, never I have not seen a theless. The truth but exclaim with the Psalmist, "No that its report is false in nearly every copy of the Interior is Journal since your In particular. The Committeo evident- Issue of the llth, and consequently begin is virtuous, no, not one." man been to leel justice to the General let it be record- ly went out to make tho kind of a re- some lonely. Have county circulating for so grievously days in nils port that it did, else it would never ed that he denies that he made im- have given so much apparent cre- blessed with taxes levied for the construc- I proper advances to tho womau, and dence to the testimony of tbo convicts tion of impossible railroads; and while find a people Intelligent and hospitable, his word has always passed as good as themselves. Their assertions or oaths their social nature la burdened and to a either, (or that matter, aro in nine great extent paralyzed by the incubus of his bond on all previous occasions. this hopeless Impost. It is strange that no out of ten cases, entirely unreliable. SrcAKiNO with its usual dictatorial remedy can be discovered tor this dire dis Darwin, who became famous be ease which la slowly, but steadily exhaustspirit about tho rural press, the his efforts to provo that man ing the vitality and crippling the energies rnal in defendiug Heury, has cause of waa "evoluted" from the monkey, has gono of whatState. once one of the best counties Greenshurir. which I knew this to say: "With a gullability, which henco and is no doubt at present iu in the some 35 years ago, as a flourishing, pms. might at least have restrained its one- such an uncomfortable position, that perous, fashionable and wealthy county so far as he is concerned, he wishes seat, Is now a dull, dilapidated and dissided and ex parte expressions of conpirited ruin, with little capital, business demnation, if it did not admit a ray that they had all remained monkeys. or enterprise, .Manyoi us cltuens in forof suspicion as to the sources of tho mer years took up their slates and removLEGISLATIVE. ed to Louisville and their names now charges, quito u number of DemocratA bill for tliu benefit of O. W. 1'enn, atand prominent in the liata of the busiic newspaper fell into the trap so of Casey, waa defeated in the Senate 7 to ness and professional men of the city Others just aa estimable have stood by the artfully set by the enemy to destroy a 10 The Legislature lias agreed to give the old ship and are simply waiting for the Tho Courier-Journ- fish in Kentucky' stream the turn of $5,- - time when she and they shall be engulph-e- d Democratic nominee. together. There Is something sad in is just as much responsible 000. The House passed a these resolution for their falling into tho alleged trap the aale of liquors within 3bill prohibitingt, the grim heart lingerwith which faded amid the rallei of Hern-tad- brave old in Laurel. glories of their once delightful homes, as tho "enemy" for it failed to give A bill giving boarding-hous- e keepera the particulars of tho affair, but at a Hen ou the baggage of their customers, and try to live with the memories of days that are gone forever. A very few of the same time hinted at it in the folthe House these stalwart monuments of the former a bill lowing mysterious manner : "Capt. pel The Senate has passed post to com- Greenaburg society now remain, and of Wm, railroad companies to up notices there the venerable and Heury left on tho mail boat this morn- at stations of delays in passenger trains. I. Allen breathed hla last this mornOol. C K Iiowman was aain appointaaw him late Thursday aftering. I ing. He found his visit to the city ed Commissioner of Agriculture, and gets noon He waa counting the hours with neither pleasant nor profitable, which $1,000 to purchase seeds, and the auditor feverish anxiety, awaiting the arrival of the train by which he was expecting an fact will be emphasized before tho 1:2,000 for an additional clerk. Yesterday waa the dav net for adlourn- - absent daughter, Mrs. Sam. T. Wilson, of matter is dismissed from public atten- inent, and we suppote It waa eflected since Louisville. She and her husband came, tion." The C.-can't play tho role Gov. Blackburn has given out that he will and I learn that his wrought up energies at 1st. once gave way. of the great and only fair man in tbo call an extra session about July The crops of the county, generally, were The Senate voted to appropriate $1,000 matter. It's own columns will givo for a monument to Judge I'lllott, and on cut abort by the drought of last year; but (if Kenator lilatn agreed to pay the the unusually mild winter haa enabled motion that the lie. widow of Hon. Paul J. Doneghy the per the people to pull through. There seema to be a disposition to plant more dieui due him. The Shelby Sentinel says that Col. asliool corn and leu tobacco. Preparations for The House tuaaed Mchlroy T. P. Hill, ot Stanford, is a probable bill providing (or submission to a vote of the latter crop, however, are progressing; candidate for Congress in this district. the ople next August the question ot and while the fly la ravaging the plant-bed- s there I confidence in an abundant tax of tlire cent on an Lord bless you, child, you never were levying to additions!the per capita between aupply. equalita the SlUU An affray occurred about 0 miles from more mistaken iu your life. Colonel white and colored school children. O. M. Harwood. Senator this place on the M ess Hill would not accept, if tendered fromHon. county, died at Statehome Fri- Grant and Strange.2 1st Inst , lxtween a aaw hla The latter owns Shelby him ou a silver salver, the best office day, of consumption, In the 47tb year of mill at which the former was getting lum A dispute arose tine lawyer and in thei gift of the people, and ho is hla age. He waa a sterling qualities. a Hla ber sawed. Strange striking which culm! nate.1 In Grant on the of many about the only man iu Kentucky death makes the fourth during the present head with a piece of lumber with such that would'nt. force as to literally crush hi skull. He aeasion of the Legislature. r, 1 Ca-rutpro-motutiy-lhre- Tim Central Committeo has at last reported on Capt. Henry's case, tho substance of which we givo below. Capt. Henry made a very manly statement of his cato to tho Commit tee, In which ho acknowledges to having gotten drunk, but denies cm nlmticnllr that ho had mado any indo cent exposuro of his person, or had insulted ladies, nnd neither cf theso charges were sustained by tho witnesses examined. Tho Captain in his letter, expressed deep rcgrot that ho had allowed himself to get intoxicated, and says ho is heartily nshamed of It and promises that such a stato of a flairs shall not occur again. Ho was will ing to withdraw from tho contest if tho Committee thought that his remaining a candidato would jeopardize tho party, or to submit to any action it took in tho matter. His wonls havo the ring of the truo man about them, and wo aro inclined to think that the pcoplo willforgivo him. This is tho report : The committee present tlin muni, NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, Friday. -- W. T. Currey, of HarfSTibtirg, died Col. condition of the lung at Ilarbonrvllle. John O. Eve" died suddenly of me iincinn-.i- l has been sold 000. to uavlil itranu upera-unus- e Hinton tor nw,' Failures last week 121. The Western Slates present the greatest number, while the Southern show u steady diminution Maclean, the man who shot at Queen Victors, has been acquitted and ordered to be confined In the lnnatlo asylum for life. The comptroller has authoriied a Stale national bank at Mayavllle, Kentucky, to begin business wllh a capital of $200,000. The. Lewi defeated Frank Woolley, Saturday, for County Clerk of Fayette Lewis ran in the Interest of the wife of the late Clerk. Tho Oram Commandery of Knights Templar of Kentucky, will meet In Covington on Wednesday and Thursday, May 3 and 4 prox. Vennor predicts thet thern will be frosts in each month this year, and that May and June will have periods of blighting coli' spells. The President has nominated Alnhon so Taft, of Ohio, envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary of the United States to Austria. The Marshal of the new town of Trade-wateKy., killed the Mcnser, father and eon. Sunday, The-- difficulty grew out of their arrest under a charge ol gambling. The Court of Appeal has decided that the atheist can not 'e deprived of the right to testify, and aa to credibility, atanda on the tame footing; with other wit- 1T. TERNO AhVMtTUFFlKMTB. died on the morning of the 21M. Strange, who is said to have formerly resided Nealsvlllr, will probably have bis examW.ivf.OWKMN ining trial Is an IniWpemltni ess.tlilsta for Aswr of Geo. It. Hackley, of Garranl, ia here In charge of the) telegraph office, and, In con- RotkultaOsnnly, Aurill elnllon, 1MJ. junction with Gen. Hohon, running the mschineiy of the county promiscuously, JOHN IV. KI'.ICIIY Oeorge Is well situated, well fed, well Hie nrllce of Asl Is a eamlMsIs for t ml ly of thanking hit pa'lona In "lanf rJ and viclii'iy fur ihflr lllor.1 luppult, and haa made a good Impression, nnd I sessor cf IUkaill frnlnlr, August election, ISS1. Takes Ihl.oppi a Ihlsearly In thaicaon,befnr tlng culled hop. to retain It, a Ii hat set i tola In t aa happy as the largest sited sunflower oaer, an I It ever pr..lrd by O. Wilde. NAM M. IHIKDKTT, .The funeral oervices in honor of Colonel Win llarrett Allen, were held in the 1'rra N EY AT Hla inotlo Is -sly They will U cut sud mad In Kiom th beat i,f Foretell Makers byterian church yesterday afternoon. He Greens-bur- g "To Kiel." ratling and lUpalrlng neatly and promptly dn waa one of the oldest cltliens of Mt. Vornon, Ky. having been born here May 10th, 1803, and hence had nearly attained the Will prstUm his profession In llnciraitl snd age of 70 years Hi history I Intimately MJolhlnt. counties ami In In Court of Appeals. ! blended with that of the county. Hla Speclsl sttmUon (Ireii to collmtlona. name also stands prominent In the annals of Kentucky Masonry he having held the relation of I. G. M. about 50 years. ! forty yearn he haa not, I During the believe, been absent from a aingle meeting. MT, VMUNON, ICY., Col Allen waa three times married. First Agency of South-Ben- d Chilled Plows, to Miss Jane I'op Helm, of Kliitlwlh-town- . Avery's 0a.it and Steal Plows, Dnokoye Feb. 20lh, 1823; second, to Mis KsaDera h Moweri.Sweepatakea ThreshHuldah Wilcox, of Greensburg, Nor I, ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Iloma 18.W: third, to Miss Millie N lhker. ol Wonrcn, K. luivo Sewing Machines, Tavlor'a Elastio Bed Columbia (who survives him), June 19, Springs. ami H. G. RUPLEY, STAM(Htl), KY., Arat-tla- TAILOR, ATTOR LAW, Comprises Everything that is lTew, J. E. VOWELS' FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Iflniii lt VAKIKTY NTOltK Street. B. K. WEAKEN, - Ntanlord, Ky. The railroad connecting tMa place with Lebanon, which Is merely a section of the line which was projected from Louisville to the Southern world at large, and which burdened so many counties with a ruinous tax, haa proved of little or no benefit to the town; hut after the almost utter failure of last year's crops it haa proved the starvation of a large portion of the rural population of the county by enabling them to utilize for ready cash, their timber, in which a large business is done at this Point. In consequence of which the neces saries of life are made abundant. Kven this resource, however, ia greatly crippled by the miserable system of county roads prevailing here. Last Monday, a Mr. Younc. committed suicide near this place. He had a contract for building the new Presbyterian When hla Church at Campbellsvlllc. work (on which he liad used his meana to a large amount) waa neaily completed, It waa round that the walls were detective, and the work waa condemned. This misfortune aflecled hia mind to such an extent as to excite the feara of his wife who watched him with anxious care; but ho succeeded in secreting a raior with which he repaired to the barn and laving himself on the floor, cut hla throat, J. A, It. UT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. 18 50. HEW SPRING ANDJUMMER XILLINERY, Miss nut.; IH'oiiuileilrrs to Inform tb,tj.lln of this vicinity that ah Is comtsntly reclilnt a nn oi spitnuin new npriog arm very namisom 8ummerMllltnrry, which iheoflcrato ihspuMIe at very low flcurrs. A most her beautiful stock ol Trimmings ar all tha Islet designs, Inctmtlnf the Howtrs. Cho haa also a Manlus. nrr, Miking Department, where Hi greatest attention ! flren to the cutting, Ailing sml mating of all 17 klndsofdrcsies bought out my brother, II. I Undertaking and will continue tho Furniture business at the sumo stand, iu the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock ol' Furniture of every description and sell at llgures that cannot be beaten. My stock ol'Conius and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. I also repair Fitrnitiiro and do carpentor's job work. (Orilrr l)j Iciogrnpli promptly nltrmloi to.i B. K. WEAREN. DRUGS AND GROCERIES, to mII only On and antr AratL 1, 1M2, 1 rrox for earn or country prwluc Mr stock ol Drug, and tlrorerleals down to the loweat cash Bgurcs, consequently I rauit htre Iht money for them, or such article o produca as I can handle, such lunilr, tlmlr, lull and comileie, and marked W. S. HIGGIHFS -- staves snd all ihotirodiirliof Hxfsrra sn.l dairy, Ac Ae. HCA.S THE- - -- Oltemearall. Jjios t: n, no (tn, Ky N!.e4i.y City, street, Mra.KntoDuilderar MILLINERY I -- Ijmcaatcr BTANFOIID. - KT GH wl M jvaBBrWBWfri !ii -' .... 111 .,,-,.- .A Sam. M. Burdttt, Editor. Horn to the wife of C. Crook, ol Fine Hill, a daughter; to the wife of J. C. I. Myer, a daughter. is County Court. Xo cases of importance on the docket There are two misdemeanor cases to be tried. A large crowd in losrn. Wc noticed several candidates mixing very freely with the boys. Your type made na say Mr. Whitehead was having his house whitewashed when it should have been weather-boardeWe make this correction because Mr. Whitehead Is a single man, and it might Injure his future prospects. Marriage licenses issued by our county clerk since last retwrt: Alexander Decker tn Lucinda Rhodes; John Chasture to Herd; Marion Rom to Margaret J, Herat; Charles roll to Catharine Hanks Wm II Culver to Mary Painter. Mrs. Georgia Jones and family, of Louisville, are visiting at J. J. Williams'. Mr. C S. Meld haa been at Jack Adams' for a few days. Cot. Jlurdett haa not reThe attractions at turned home yet. Frankfort are too strong for him to leave. Jas, F.Wallin, of Gum Sulphur, ia in town. Feland Hialt, of Crab Orchard, la smilJudge Ilreckin-ridging on our streets of Springfield, Washington county, waa in town Saturday. Rockcastle is solid for him for Judge of the second district. We understand there waa a disturbance at Buckeye church yesterday, which broke up the meeting for that day. As Elder Jas Hialt was opening the services, two very fast young men who had been drinking some of the mean whisky which ia being sold in our county, arrived at the church and began to be very boisterous. Their friends tried lo persuade them to go home, and finally got them atarted off, when one of the young men pulled hi pistol and fired all the shot out of it as he galloped hi horse down the road towards his home. The names of these nice young fellows are Buck Maret and Lycurgua Fish. The former is the one who did the shooting at Ituckeye. In the evening at Durham' Mill Church the same young men were there, still drunk. They continued their disturbances by hallooing and riding by the door, and cutting up generally. Young Fiah pulled hi pistol and fired five shot as they were riding about. These boys, by their reckless conduct, frightened" the good people very much, "Bulldozed the whole crowd a it were." The good people of that neighborhood e should see that these nice young men full penalty of the law. While we sympathize with the parents of theie boys, we have no aympithy for such conduct aa tlii Their parent should see that they are punished. The good name of the county deperd upon it. (We glory in the spunk of this reporter. He la not afraid to tell names as well as tale. Ed.) To-da! suf-th- Is dally retelling new anJ Wantlful Millinery the snd f;ooda of every dewrlplloii who ererythlog of an Intcnda buying (tylraand no laly, In brr line ahoutj fall lo call on her Prices aa low as the lowptl. Hh la thankful for paat ftTora and hope for their eontluuanc. Mrs, Motile Myer, haa chargo ol tho Mantua-makindpartment, which I, all that la necewary Water Elevator 4'HiHffi IfflUaWPI to uy In regard to It. Destroys All Water Insects; tom of OistorD; Has No Tubing and Does Notfe Draws Fresh Water from Bot- S- -i IMOOINN HOUSE! Srmroao Htsaar - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, JOHN T. IIK.'dlXS, IM'Ol'KIKTOIt. '.Mi kV." V(r vafvaBBBBBai VHBJrjSlBBBBBl A rlKST - CLASS HOTEL In avery particular. Tli patronage ot the puUle (I'-t- f solicited, snd astlafictlon guarmtcod. Foulest Cisterns Mado Puro by This Elevator. ST.ASAPHHOTEL Miiin St., .Sfiiiiforil, Ky. OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo ken Back. K. Ta- BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. It. CIlKNAULT. JOS. 8KVKIIANCF.. I). It. KtlMISTON. e, JlXIIXCx Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I have recently taken charge of this house and intend to have first-cla- ss accommodations. ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. This Old and Well - Known Hotol Still Maintains its High Imputation, AND CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. Hiucjiist rcri'liril illrvvl from tlt I'livtcru Htli'H the ntoxt Hcpiiit Ntock of Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to no Country Hotel in the State in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. Baaicsge will BEBU? CBOJODH! fr, roareyed toaad from tk.drpot ofchsraa. special accomnodatlaas to to I'osamcrrlatTrat tiers. Tk liar will b, alwais aappllcd with th choicest kraadaofLlqaora aa cigars. l ZfcTOTIOISrS, sBMTfcJ'jaaafc.TrJjaj. TA7vJt.nSH?iiaM nm Clothing, Boots, Shoes, liver exhibited In thin tmirhet. Xetv Courier-Jou- Given Away. cauoot help noticing Hi liberal offer mad toall Invalid, and sufferers by Dr. King's New You ar requested DlKOicry fur Consumtitlun. to call at lVnny A McAllalcr'a Drug Store, snd get a Trial Itolll free of coat, If you are suffering with Cunauiuptlon, Sever Cougha, Cvlda, Asthma, Dronchitla, II ay Fever, L. of Voice, Hoarseness, Foil lln. of BlUPTIXa 'odN ill.LFVl .1 I, IKWT' HUlH I K or any affection of the Throat or Luoga, II will nrlc.s. AgfM, fr lh EM I1EKBS CU'l'LIKf. ilSAk rlMll3cf.llgrada, podllrely cure you, W itml ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, Swjaiiiiies $k C&G& ALSO- - C&aim Silica 100,000 POUNDS -- ! A HANDSOME STOCK or BLACK GOODS, IiicIiiiaiiiB N'iui'h Veiling. Ilenrledit Clolli, Hunting, TiuuIhh G'l(tli,tVc.,Hii(l In fiic I a iilecitHHortineiU el OF- WOOL WANTED! NXXJVTMEXiIsiEY t3ttXJL-oj7Ly Dress Goods of Every Description. FUI.Ii M.KN d n Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, DKLy-- , EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIASTU0KINO, "Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool J. in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the Laces, Ladies' INeeltweai, FANS, PARASOLS. &C. y HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. ter and F. A. Jones at Kingston, Madison County. They will have a buyer at Danville and Hustonville also-. la WHITE QOODS cmlU'HM mrU'ly, niitl ti Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancas- CsIiikIihiiin, ileuillil Iihmirltueiil Vc. oi I.uwiim, CARPETS. IVu Imve milled to eiir nlck n nleo iiKHorlmeHt orCttrpclN, Kiikn, Oil C'lutli, IHhUIiikk. Mull I'll per, Ae. ING GOODS. gen-llrui- Sacks furnished on application. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- 3 Stmi-Mtrlil- lawna at P. Owaley'a. The Lincoln Mill will do custom HTA.JtT3rOriX3, ICY grinding on Tuesday, Thursday and 8at. April 25, 1882 unlay of each week, until further notice. Tuesday Morning, JtnxiK IIiiown haa gone to farming, at L. A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. leaat be la plowing up the Court Square, a view, we suppose, to planting It In 11 4 r. M. with I'stMSger train North. 1 OO " South. corn. To Woot.OnowEiw. We want to buy LOCAL NOTICES. 100,000 pound of wool. It will be to A, Outlet'. Nick line ol Illril C;r at your Intereat to aee lie More disposing of Barrel I.linejusl rtcslTfil j your wool. McAliater A Ilrlght, AgV A. Owsley. Nkw atoek of Jewelry anil Hllrfrware t Stanford Woolen Mill. Penny A McAllilerV The watch alolen from Eld. A. C. Tiik celsbratetl MayfieM Water Klera. by trampa, waa left by a negro man at tor for sale 1)7 A. Owaley. Huy LouliTille HeaiMIKM Oil, 176 Penny A McAlinter'i a or two ago. lent, from Penny AMcAllaler. where It waa readily recognltrd. The negro Watches, Clock nil Jewelry repaired say he bought It from a white man whom ami warranted by Penny A MeAllater. an! he did not know, paying $3 for it. -. J. If. A H. II. HlUNK are Morton's: IIki Four Minhtiiklh, emopening a lot of men' actl boy' eloliiln. and You will find Die beat bracing six of tbejollleat kind of Knd men cenla cigar In town at Penny A McAlls- - and lOauj-erio- r comedian, will appear at erV 8tanfoid Opera Itouae, Thtiraday night, Ibe firm of AM. thoie Indebted to r 27th. They are blghly endoraed by the A Dutldertr anil Keterance, A Co., will please call and fettle. prraa of New York, San Franciaco, St. Tub .lofW of J. II. A S. II. Hlianka la Louia, Cincinnati and other laige citlea. style of now comulete with beautiful Admilon, SO centa. Iteserved aeata, 75 x Spring Oood. If jou don't beliere it, juat at Mcltoberte A BlsggV and aee. call on them We are Juat recelflnif and opening a We announce In to day' Issue the can large lot of Zettler A llroa.' I.atlie' and LoulChildren' Shoe for Spring and Hummer didacy of Maj. A. K. Itlcharda, of title, Ky , for the Superior Court Jwig. wear. J. II. AS. II. Hliank. Major ltichard ship in Ibla district. PERSONAL exceptionally high In LoiiiaTille, aland I)n. O. II. MtihoDEiiTu, of Liberty, l not only a a lawyer of ability and learnon a tIsU to lila relalire litre. ing, but a a gentleman and man of honor Mm. John O. McAi.istkh Ii visiting He would reflect credit Uon anr poaition ber tootber, Mra. C. II. llochenler. There are as in the gift of tbe people. Mim IUtsT IluitNuinr. ban returned many worthy gentleman aspiring for tbe from a visit to relatirr In Lancaster. IHwltion that the Democratic parly appear Miu. llovi, of Islington, ! on n visit toleembarraMed with richw, yet It la a to lierdugliler,Mr. Dr. J. J. Wilson. comforting reflection that nut of the whole Mim ArtE Van Aimdalk, a very number wo can hardly male a miatake in charming young lady of llarrodsburg, is choosing. a guest of MlssKusle JtoilL John Owsler, We learn n InlcriorlournnI 1'ltmt line of (Ingham and B. Firry boxes Gowan A Hloner's soap jmt received at Hale A Nunnelley'. Be sure to be on hand next Thursday when the band begin to play. The Big 4 he both an orchestra nd a full braatband. On next Thursday, Mr. Jerry Frith, of Brodhead, will lead to the altar Mis Kettle Mcltoberl, the amiable daughter of Mr. George T, Mcltoberl. RELIGIOUS. -- Fitr-suca- r Elder 8. II. King will preach at Hush Branch at 11 A. x Sunday. Itev. J. M. Bruce frill preach at Lancaster next Sunday morning and night. There were two addition to the Btp-lis- t Church Sunday by letter, Mr. and New-lan- d Mr. dr rect-WI- m e Diul-dera- llev. J. 8, Sim' sermon on "Woman' Missionary Work" I very highly complimented by the ladies Iter. Cadwalder Lewi, a Baptist minister of note, did suddenly at Midway night of heart disesse. The nineteenth annual meeting of the Minlslerisl Association of the Disciples of Christ will lie held at Hiram, Ohio, beginBuckltn'i Arnica Salre. ning on Monday, June 19, 1882 The tst ssl? In the world for Cuts, Drulses, Tennessee Legislature has generThe Soles, Ulcers, Salt Itbeum, Fever tores, Tetter, ously agrred to allow the General Confer- Chapped llanJi, Chllblslns, Corns, DI all Skin ence of tbe Methodist Episcopal Chinch Erupttnm.snd positively cure piles. It Is South, which meet May 3, to use the halt to (Irs entire aallsractloo or money refundof the House of ltepresentativea for it ses- ed. Prlr 21 cents per box. Kor sal by Penny A Sit-unlguar-antt- B. K. Wearen. In the first part, a singers, Ihe company a strong one. In the olio, Individually, the actors are strong. The programmo I an evenvery long and raried, and afford ing of genuine and fun. San Francisco Post. lletween songs, ol course, burnt cork reIndulged In, and partee and il I only Justice lo say that the sallies of wit are in many case much above the average excellence ol minstrel made humor, and are In all case free from even a suspicion of coarseness, a fact which keep the Big Four's audience to the patronage of a much more respectable cls of people than used at one time t.i attend such performance. 8l. loul Democrat. In their quadruple songs, dances, sketches and general tumbling they kept Ihe bouse in convulsion of laughter, and, Indeed, the mere llioughtof their movementa In that sneciallr scene of Ihelr will make jaiieh for some time to come. Johnnie Mnrtnn himself la a star of the first magnl tude. One thing i certain, and that is thai Ihe Big Four minstrel show I the best thing in it line -1- 'hiladelphU Press. I storr-lellin1 WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WARREN & CO. WALL PAPER ! ! ! t BRUCE, Cheapeh Than Ever Before .A.T McRoberts & Stagg's. BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! ?. C TV!") 0DHALBEQ XTJT MMm CHEMICALS, DRUGS, MEDICINES, PERFUMERY AND FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Books & Stationeiy,Paints,Oils, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY, sion. - Iter. Iroy M. Ie, D. D., a Southern Methodist preacher, and for many year editor of tiie Hlchrnond Chriitian Adttralt, the organ of the church, died Friday at hia home In Ashland, Va, n McAllitsr. Worthy of Praitt. aged 74 en down in Iter. Harrison, the biy preacher, brokbeillh, ha canceled his engagement at Tiffin, O., and gone to hi Iter. George O Barne home In Boston. I not that kind of evangelial. He preach e right along twice every day and three time on Sunday, and instead of breaking down crow fat at hi work LAND. STOCK AND CROP. Talent Msdl-Itlae- s, Aa a rule we da not recommend but when we know of on that really la a nd Hoes poslllrstycure, then poMIe benefactor, weeonsMsrlt our duly to Impsrt thst Information to all, Electric Httlera are truly a most valuable medlelno, and will aurely cur Dlllousnrsa, Kerer and Axus, Stomach, Liver and Kidney Complaints, even whr sll olher remsdlc fsll. We know whereof we ipesk, and csn freely llientlo sll. tnxchsnge. Sold at nfty cents a bottle, by Peony A McAliater. M.W 17IOH of milk. SAI.K.-- Puro Winos and Liquors for Modical Purposos. Proscriptions accurately compoundod. Wo havo also a largo and woll Boloctod stock of Watclios and Jowolry, "whicn wo proposo to soil at loss than city prices. Watches and Jowolry Ropairod and Wariantod. vmmm weojl This Xciv Mill, cotifstinliiK (lie IjiIchI ami sIMKHIlNr.JIMI. fine Milk Cow, giving squantl-- ) Apply at this office. John M. Hall sold to John yoke of hearr oxen for$12-"- i G Lynn, a A C. K. Klncmid late of the It. It. Commission, will shorllr in Frankfort. tstabliah h literary Mil. J. W. IIaktiN, who baa Iwen at tending tbe Commercial College at Lexington, haa graduated and returned home. It la aald that Judge Cutting. that pcr Mr. AND Mrs. J. S. Uuoiikh arrived from Cincinnati Saturday, and will go in a few daya to Itockcaalle Spring, of which Mr. Hugbet I part owner. JOIKIE 11. J. llRtCKINMWIE, candid-at- e for Superior Judge, waa here a few daya ago, looking after bla IntercaU. He aeema confident that lie ia the coming Cait. Geo. II. McKinney, Mykr. J.W. McAlisteii andJ.S. hare returned from man. A. 8. Hock-eh the Cumberland. They caught quite a number of fih, but the largeat waa only tire pouudi. Mim Julia Lovbl ralurned to her home in Maysville yesterday, much to the regret of everybody. There ia a rumor that ahe haa partially contented to make Stanford ber future home, which we truat ia true. Mkk. Viuuinia Lackey, the widow of Mr. our lately deceaaed Samuel E. lackey, haa juit been paid by the order of the KnigbU of Honor $2,000, amount of policy dm upon her husband's Mra. Islington Republican. death. Lackey ia a aiater of Mra. J. J. Mcltoberta, and ia at present ber gurl. fellow-cltlten, LOCAL MATTERS. IlHAND new Una of straw gooda at K. I. Owaley'. CanneIi gooda lower than ever at Hale A Nunnelley'. I.OST A ' amall Topax Pin. ltetum to College and lie rewanled. Three huniiiibh thoudani, aale. Biiick for Apply to Henry Baughman, Stan- ford. Wll.I. Gevekanoe haa a complete variety of flowera and plant at Mr. Jo. Sever and .. ance'. Call ... get..the pick. Mr. J.T. Harris ha frrah lith for ale twice a week Wedneaday and Saturday, at bla meat and provlaion alore. i- We have made another reduction lower than Canned Good Gooda all freah. McAliater A Bright. i. in ever before. " n a County Attorney W. II. Miller rejoice over the advent of a Papy, mamy and baby, Linda Harden. baby all doing a well a oould be expected. Little Personal. a negro Blrl, waa tried Friday, for atenling a gold watth chain and two gold ring from John F. Pulliam, and aent on. Her ball waa fixed at $100 which NOTE. ahe could not give. The Instrumental music furnished by Itr.iiEMi.EH we are headquartera fur Mr. W. O. Dunlap and Mis Marion meal and flour and family aupplie generhighly complimented. Mia wa ally. We guarantee our firat grade of Sara Huffman' weet uitxxo oprana voice flour to be the best and cheapest in the took the boy by atnira, and an effort wa market. McAliater A Bright. nude to nave ner sing a special colored boy, but under the circumstances she very wise John Mvr.ru, a 1 wa tried before Judge Bruwn on Saturday ly declined. The little boys got off on the and fined $100 for ahooting at, with intent wrong note creating some merriment and to kill, a little white boy. Ofcouraethe much discord, but then boys will be boys. The beautiful scarf dance of Miaaea amount will have to - be worked out. Mamta Olds, Juliet Gill, Kale Mason and Grand opening of Bummer Millinery at Leila Markebury was very skillfully done Mr. Kate Dudderar next Friday and and elicited much applause. Billy Bogle Saturday, to which all the ladiea are and Will Wherritt appeared well in tights, Invited. Her alock thi year ia Sam Burnslde seemed to be somewhat comprehensive than ever. but larger and more lost in his. The fact is Sam haa been We realize every day now the truth of atudying hard and ia not ao fat as he used the little boy' competition on onion, to be. The only thing that marred the "They a kind of vegetable that make effect at all wa the miserable shifting of you elck when other people eat 'em," the scenes, for. which arsistant stage manaPlease deoderite or keep your diatance, ger Jim Dillon la rrsponaible. Old Crsw We can't bear the vegetable in any ihape. Stella must have been excited. Mia Marlsbury is a winning little beauty; in Cuau Oltt'llAUD SrniNCja AoAIN. Yesfact one hardly see in a life time a handterday afternoon, after having failed to perfect deed to thla property, which somer set of girl than the score or more a on wa sold to them on the 13th of thi month, that appeared before the notwithstanding a tender of the whole Friday night. Over 200 reserved seat amount bid was made, and after ineffectual were aold. Prof. Crum, In behalf of the Society, aska u to return hia heartiest effort at either a compromIe or an the ayndicat of Lincoln county thanka to the people of Stanford for their gentleman agreed to allow the trustee to patronage and respectful attention. Chewtake the property back and declare the ing gum was at a premium, but we only aale oil. The Trustee wa willing to do all noticed one young lady who forgot to unin hia power to secure the deed, but Col. load before attempting to sing. She had a Shelby and wife, who according to law, tough time wrestling with that and the must unite in that instrument to make it song at the same time, but let that pass. good, refused to beat to any proposition, Mr, J. P. Sandifer writes: Our trip to declaring that the price was too low. Stanford was a pleasant one Indeed. We on tbe part of were complimented by a large audience of There waa no diapoallionthe syndicate to go to law or to prejudice elevant neonle. and were treated with enthe Sbelbya' right in any way, hence the marked resect throughout the entire relinquishment of their own right In the tertainment, which, I assure you, wa duly appreciated by the entire Society. matter. Wol-for- Helen Stkiall, a rather forward youth of Lancaater, cut Writ. W. White In the lelt ahoulder FrN day night after their return from the Cantata here, inflicting a not very dangerou wound. It aeema that Owaley drew a White, which, with a couple of waa taken from him, and then the two were enclosed in a ring to Dght it out. White went for him but Owaley drew hia knife, with the above reault. It i alao raid that Owaley exhibited bit pittola here on one or two occaaiona the aame night, all of which will U inreallgaled by the next grand ury. Amassinatkd. Samuel F. Uibb, don of Col. It. O. Bibb, of thla county, wa ahot and killed by Mat Foley, at Wllllamaburg, a few nighta aince, who laid in ambual. for him. It will be remembered that the two men had a difficulty laat Summer, when Uibb ahot Foley, after being ahot at by him. They had aince, however, made frienda, and lilbb wa cot auaplcioua of a renewal of the trouble. It ia aald that Foley borrowed a gun from a negro and loaded it wilb 05 buckahot, every one of which took effect In Bibb' body, tearing it paat recognition. Foley waa arrealed. and ia now in jail. Bibb waa buried near the ecene, the doctor deciding that hia body could not lie brought here. He lived a half hour after being ahot and eent for a lawyer to arrange hi buaine, but died before hi arrival, lie leavea a wife and two children. Qulkn Ehtiier. The Lancseler Mual-cSociety covered themaelves all over that our people with glory, and to were pleased but faintly expresaea their feeling. They were delighted and notwithstanding tbe many thing that bad been heard in their praiae, at the excellence of their performance, and the elegance with which It waa put upon the tage. We dislike to particularity when each did hia part ro welt, but we can not refrain from noticing the auerior ringing and acting of the King, Prof. J. W. Cruin; the beauty, grace and vocal abilities of the Queen, Mtaa Sallie Curry; Mra. W. A. Burmlde'a fine aoprano, Mi Leila Price' excellent voice and charming acting.northe of MeM. Jo. P. Sandifer, L. B. effort Dickinson, J. II. Jolmnon, J. C. Hemphill, and other. They alt did remarkably well from the King down to the humblest choru singer. Several of the tableaux were very grand and given with an eilect that wa hard to improve on. From beginning to eud the entertainment was a aucce, and we heartily cnngratulale our neighbor on achieving so much well deterved praise. pie-loloth-eial Harrodsburg Springs, belonging to Ihe (Internment and now ucd a a soldier' home, is to be sold at auction. Commissioner Bowman, in his monthly report, say the recent freeie ha not materially hurt grain and frutt crops. The proprietors of Lincoln Mill want to buy 600 or 000 b irrels of corn, for which they will psy the blithest market price. of .McAliater A Ssllee, proprietor Lincoln Mills, hare just bought of Sam Harris, 160 barrels of corn at $l.&0 delivered. ha commenced, and Btgge A Jacoby aold 1 200 fleece to Lexington parlies at 2c per lb, Jame Inglea also sold a large lot, to same partices, at Sheep-shearin- Mitj. A. K. ICICIMIIDN, Of Loulstllle, la a candidate for Superior Judge In tiili the 7d ulitrict, subject to the action of tbe Democracy. MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Ih not? In full operation. Wo will Krltul Tor ciiHloiucrN, Tor tho prcNcnt, on Tiu'mIji', For lanntilacliirliiK nivitl itiul Hour, Coiirt-DayH la candidate lor Judge of Superior Oourl. aublect to lbs action of the Democracy. Election, flrst Mondsy In Auguit. J mice IC J. imiXKINIUIiUi: II. M. IIUKDKTT, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstuiT, &c., McAIilSTJUK & Friday ami Niiliirilaj'orcach uielc, and on and all other public iIujh. Wc Nollclt a liberal nhnrc of patronage and III endeavor lo give entire MatWfitctlon. OfUncaiter.il a csndldsta for Judge of tbe Supreme Court from the Id district. Subject to the actloo of tb democracy. AltrajHon hand and for mile. llir;hcil ciimIi price paid Tor Corn, Wheat, &c. OrdcrHlcft at Mill promptly attended to. SAltliSJG. 'IT, John M. Hail bought of Evan Carson and G. W. Spangler, of Crab Orchard, a ear load of extra Iambs for 20th of June delivery, at 6 centa. They are to weigh CO pounds or upwards. S. L. Wooldrige and P. C. Ktdd sold last week to George Ueckuer.of Baltimore, cattle at G cents per 320 head of pound. The total amount of the sale will Midway Clipper. approximate $25000. Eldred and James Bean sold their fat cattle to W. F. Hodgkin for Fort, Sadler A Co., for fl cents, to be delivered the last nf Kntember. Ther have 60 head and their average was 1250 when turned out. Clark Democrat. cenla. Turnpike Election. The shareholder or lb KNOB LICK Turnpike ? at J ltosd Co. will mnet Saturday, .ftav 0 u'clock r. w., at th office or Hill A Alcorn, Stsn-lor- d, and elect a President and Hoard of Directors for the coming year. 8. W.UIVENS, President. SS3t Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Co. IfV SI1D DOfflfflSD, Dr Ex. Accom. NlghtEx II II 11 TJB TAIir.K, EFFECT atAItCII STATIONS. 1. 18H3. acD urwsao. NlghtEx 7 4 4 CINCINNATI SOUTHERN RAILWAY DIVISION. .Cincn'tl mile 67 79 91 From ft Turnpike Election. The snnusl meeting of ths shsreholdera of the HANOINH POItK A QUEEN HIVER Turnpike Itoad Co., for the election ol a President and llosrd or Directors fur the emulng year, will be held at McKlnnsy, Jtnu O. t'S2, at 1 o'clock r. u. SS-LLIFTON FOWLEIt, resident. Accom. 10 7 35 70 Day Ex. 6 S 50 3 23 830am 40 " 4 720 00pm 715pm Lre. " SSI " sa 10 IS 10 40 11 01 Clnclnntl..... OforKflown ... NIcholssTllle lliah Brlilue 12 12 4 Turnpike Election. 6" 8" cd i " S12 Tw"" TiST ass 110 " 150 " 130 " TJS""" J 25 SO 07 P m 7 47 " am sm " ' 11 jsxiugion ........ Lit. . Arr. 88 IS 00am " 25m " " " 20pm 1M 1123pm 11 1 SS 00 117 S 26 " " " ' 11 11 lSoniersct..M.H.m...HM Harrodsburg Junction. Dinrllle Junction Cltjr Point Rockwood 3 80 3 28 2B3 1 ...., Lt Burnalil. . tisdgrtuoor..M.HHHmHMH Spring City Bojce uj The snnusl meeting of the shsreholdera oftb Lancaster. STANl'OKD A MILLEDMEVILLE Turnr k wcol buyeia are making a lively ltoad Co. will be held at McCormsck's MeUf The Houuon ysturdsy, 3inU "r,1,?8?. Tha.,,PrTt!" canvas of lliia county, price ranging a dent snd Dosed of Directors will be elected for ths DANIEL 8TAUO, President high a 25 cenla ensuing yesr. Wm. .Siencer one of the negroes in Jail for rape, was released on a $3-- bond last week. The Lancaster Musical Society closed of the sbsrebolderj of the it career in Either, Friday night, and is Ths snnusl nisellng COFFEY'S Mill Turnpike A to be congratulated that in six renditions HUSTOSVILLE election ot a Prealdrtt and Board Co. for the lload Af TtlM.tnr fiir ,h. .mulnc vesr will be held SI it made but one approach to failure. Eb. Cooley, whose history ia cloely Jsiper's Store on Ssturdsy, JfM O, ISM. at J u. V.1..U"! i mm. associated with the closing chapters of that O'ClOCtr. M. of the late E. D. Kennedy, 1 serving a sentence of 30 day in jail lor a breach of the peace committed several years ago. About 100 head of stock on the marThe aanusl meeting of the shsreholders f the ket InclsT. tnd bidding was pretty lively. STANFORD A llU.STONVILLK Turnpike Rosd Col. I. M. Dunn sold 25 head of yearlings Co. will be held at tbe office ol Hill A Alcorn, In 1882, at 10 o elk. at $21 SO; 7 heifsrs at $14.50; 8 steer at bUnford, on Saturday, May fl, President and Hoard or Directors . Milk cows from $20 to $35. ..in ., when $1825. for lhniilnff fnr. -- , ,. , w.., WM. UUmuii, i rcsiuaui SMI Horses. $40 to 1 $00 It is an indisputable fact that of the towns visited br Ihe L. M. 8. Stanford is entitled to Ihe cake for its hotel accommodation, Ac. At Ihe same lime we are not Tb snnusl meeting of the shsreholders of the Insensible lo the kind treatment receiven STANFORD A HUsTONVILLE Turnpike Road at other ptaces. If any or all of these Co., forth vlectloo of s President and f'oarJ of towns wish lo lest our sincerity of good Directors ror me ensuing yesr, win f.flim'. let ihem eet ii n a circus and send Circuit Court Clerk's office In Stanford on Saturis", ai jocioci - . President. It over ami If Lancaster don't stand by it, Vs-38. F. COWAN, I stand ready to apologize. Hubert Lorkhart, a wnue man, who haa been carrying the mail between this place and Buckeye, nnd n couple of negro Tb snnusl meeting or ths shsreholders ol ths women were lodged in jail here Sattirdar. A STATION for robbing the money drawer of J. W TUIINKIISVILLK. McKINNEY Co.. for the elecCOFFEY'S MILL Turnpike Road store at Buckeye, last week. It tion ot a President and lloard of Directors tor th Brown' seems the negroes made the first entrance, rniuin vesr. will be h Id at McKlnney on Sslur-d- s. . . stl o'clock r. .Writ O, and a nitfht or two alierwant while tne SS-l,UMUn store was being watched, Lockhart entered and was arreted with his hand in the OARRARD COUNTT. 10 " " Too" SSS 8 25 Arr. Cbltsnoo)?s........ .... ...... .........., 107 114 118 1S8 165 221 265 " 617 613 5 SO 2 35 157 288 " " " ' saiam 1S5 ' 17 Ts'S""" " Yoi"""" 12 23 12 02 8 " " " 280 330 335 9 31 pm vui 711 02am Too"" 9a " ALABAMA s iu Lse. uTispm 525 1000 Turnpike Election. TuscaIoosa.mHM.... 1.1 GREAf 80UTHERN DIVISION. (. battnoog...aH... 3J3 6 00pm Arr. S61 Lse. .. ..WH, llliing FarmM ... 422 AtuU i 10 " 478 " Rirmlnghsu .k- -. 1133m ....... ..w, . . Mm ..... r. cp m Hj Ul m- - Kutaw..... r lngston Mw H.... lora , B5 3 Turnpike Election. o tq o p Ul I 4 30 " Arr.Meridisn.. Lt. VICKSIlUnO AND MERIDIAN DIVISION. Arr. 10 20 pin Lie. Meridian ... 40 335am; . " Newton ... . Lit. 6cl ' "liTain! ' Forest 1155pm! . 6J0 " 711 ' llrsodon..MHW...w. , 4 45 8 35 " " Jsckson... " 726 .... 555 ' Clinton " 735 " Edranls " 752 . Arr. Vlckiborg 835 Lt. 770 5 30 " VICK8HURO. BIIHEVEPORT AND PACIFIC DIVISION. 111 JOsm Lse. Vkkaburg 2 40 p ml, Arr.l 7,0 " " ' " 633 6CS 694 603 630 .. ...... 9 07 TO " .... . .... ......... 12 30 pm ,.... t.luil .. og 38 a o t--2 ; i " ' Dlt.. 5 35 " Arr. Monro.... Tsllulali..... .. Delhi ........... .... Lre. " .... 78U .. Ltcm 0 813 i.. 1 40 " i, J 8S5sm! Turnpike Election. ft JOHN NC4ITT, Vice President and Oen'l Manager, anclnnstl, O. E.P. Wilton, Hen. Pass. Agt.Cln. Son. Rr.. Cincinnati, O.; II Collbran, Oen. Pass, Agt Ala. Ot. R. R., Chstunoogi, Tenn.j I. Hsrdr, Oen. l'sss. Agt. V. 4 M. It. lt, Vlcktburg, Miss.; Jot. F. 8ou. . " .wuiwr, urn. HntuiiEU(u. i h.. a.i ., o fc .'! GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, DEALSU IN Turnpike Election. CD Si0 3 Grain, CD Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, w.su, 1 foot-lig- arbl-tratio- I I moner drawer. Morris Davis, one of our leading merto I.OU'F.lt THAI FOK TEARS! chants is at hi pot again after a his parent in Cincinnati, Luther B Mt Sterling, a Musician of note I am now prepare.! to dellser Laurel County and a pleasant gentleman, kindly supplied Co.! t I rent, and Pine Hill Coal at 18 in ,'VSUt",' ! nlarst nf Mr Yantls. as Mnrdtcat T. T. IsAVIPU.. two entertainment last week. Mr. Yantis two nays wa compelled to leave just an engagement, and a no olher of the ROOMS AND BOABD. Club wa up in the part, Mr Dickerson assumed and rendered it acceptably, alOood roonie snd eicsllsut board In th pleasant though he hd not tried It for two year. family of Capl W F. McKlnney tan b tbhad by lm- ssui oc i, ........Ii... iinn Th. rooiiia sr Prof. J. W. Crum ha left u for the pur- - cupied by me until receullj, snd I apeak Iroru ex- of organiting a Musical Society at JAMEH IIODDKRAR, Inrrodsburg. Those of us who have been r""nCe' bUnford, ky. Intimatelr associated with him for the agree past two months commend him as an able gentleman, ana one wen ciiuiiuru with his bnainess in all its details. He "will doubtless come again" before long to work up some olher popuhr Opera. A "Union Meeting" wa held in the to day, the obiect of which was to have only one set of candidate and have no contests for the different county offi ce. A committee of len from each narlyH waa aelected for the pill pose ul dividing the office of the county. Speeches were mad In favor of the movement by Boston Patterson, both candidates Dillon and for County Clerkship, nnd J. Wesley West, and Ueo. Uenny, Jr., opposing n. n dclose of Denny' speech tho meeting AT journed in much confusion, and conse uune. siiii quently noilling w lit republican friend severely A good many for going into tbe thing STANFORDdemocrat are very much opposod to a compromise, and say that whatever mar will have no ef- ON ia done in that direction fect In regard to tbe running of a full ticket in August. The floater are of course APRIL 27, 1882. opposed to a compromise as it would cut them out entirely. vi-- lt O OIA lunuasunm. Xj. ! Ul P9O r .9? 4 el. I! P P" O ft w MORTON'S o o JF1 ct-U- l IAIRISj?iaiirc3-XKT ILflC --- I -- A. G-I 1 WA.a-03srs, O I KT JS, I Court-hous- e BIG 4 BIG P Ul p" o CD MINSTRELS! -- Ul P" OPERA HOUSE! 1 w THURSDAY NIGHT, a s) 02 .- -- ' - comment Below are some of the pre of the abore company lo appear here next Thursday night: It is the best minstrel band that lias d this city for year, and ia complete throughout there Is not weak point in the the aliow. The musto is quartette a wonderfully One one, and a ael ol comedians mat are an ot a unerringly Cincinnati Knriulrer. fine reputation. The rongs are new and well sung, and the dancing ia good. The "Big Four Act" is immense, of course, and cloe the enter tainment with a roar of fun. Kama City Times. t!s-Itefirst-clas- Bia4 PUBLIC SALEof BANK STOCK On Saturday, April 20, 1882, I will I. ttl.nr.ir.1 IT.. UllM t and 5D. aduiloWlrslorofJobnHbaaks, deceased, sell to 111. .rr-s-"-'- ' P" 1 BTJO-QIB- S Iteapern. helf-IUniler- as tb highest blddsr at public sucllou, HIXTV-8BVE- HIIA-ltE- OfSlock In TbaFaruisra National Bank of Man. ford. Out sbsr st a lluio wltb lb prlillf to lb bldderof taking Hi. Credit ofSuiontha. Bond with approsed security required psTsbl In Fsrrusrs Nations! llsnk, ud bearlnS purccutlutsrsstfroui day of sals. '03 ? N3UUVM (3ona W.U. WELCH, MaihlneH aad IU And other Implement and Machinery. We huv exckslTely from Manufictuier. d lots, and consequently obtain the largest aoount ana direct, for cash, in ..w. uouus at lowest rates oi treignt. uur mouo is i the Best ii always tbe Cheapest." Kespoctfully, Stanfoid.Ky. GEO. D. 1Jl(i;ti. v W. .. WITIIF.KN. oar-loa- Ntilky IMohh, tiralu DrlllH, Ciiltlvatert), iiarrowH, irH.JHeiicr, NtrawCntterH. Hay rretwen.'lhretik KhkIhcm, CorH-IManter- A.3STID Mo Mem, liny-Hak-- CABBIAQES, e, i irsi-cia- sa cui..b WEAREN, S4- -t AJuulnlitrstor John Bhanki. Msnsgsr Lncsttr Dspot. Ususgsrs Hustooilll iiaasaiajn. Dspst -- j r - fMX ti'ilLWt'J. Dropping into Poetry. An Old rathiontd Editor. "Whcro did tho band go,fro )csirftblo House nud Lot ! Wo wero grieved to read tho other "If you plewoj-sif,-? lumbift?" 1 mldtho young -IN H IANPOIU)v4 "They went to tho Salt river hills, lady, tlinidlyrai the jo&lMHjgo editor day of tho death of ono of Michigan's The nnter.mil will pay ftioo tor IhedUeof-ery- , spprehent.n ami rniletkn ef Ihe rson, it In Nelson count r,Lnmlrmncd there handed her a chair, '"IMfavo composed jolliest pioneer editors almost tho persiins, whi miinlrrr-- l John Khsnks, on Ihelllh ilsy ot t'sbrnsry, iaat,at his HsMeneejnear t'rali several weeks before leavinc tho a few verses, or partly composed them, last man of a Land who published I offer for islepilfately my limits an.! Ortlisr.!. Ky MThl'IIBM iillllCII. April 25, 1882 State." Tuesday Morning, and I .thought: you, might -- liolp . mo weeklies in the Stato when aooonskin hwnle.1, In the Weil eihl ef Stanford Mas. lit!Ti iltiliQIf, Mas. JUiinVCUItTta, would pay for a column "ad," The lot hs, UilJs theilwelllnf anJ out houses, "Was no effort mado to capture fir&Vthenijwul t)tn pr&t ftwaij tn iiaitiiri.a1i.iW. Somerset safaMwy arejcnl ritco. a roiline sullalile for a small family. anJ the As tWv bushels of corn dumped on tho Jste Jamet and theBanke, and Monti-ctll- them ?" whole lies In stieh a way Ihat eeTrrel more rails- "No. Thcro was no direct evi go, nnd pa takes tho ICagle every day." ofllco floor stood for a year s subscripgps rauM ti built, llwg to nth a gel jsi.l iM 'Tho Into lamented Colonel Jcsso dence that tho men lnNclson county She was n haudsomo creature, with tion. Nov;r rt publisher was moro tanlen I'enons desiring sneh properly will pjesw ROUTE James called upon you onco for a cash were tho men who committed the beautiful bluo eyes, and a crowning liberal with his ll on or s.l.lriM meat flfsnforJ, or apply lo W. space. It was hard donation, did ho not?' asked nJott crime, but thero Was I Walton, ofthe Ihtksioii Jni fcdspiJ glory as yellow as golden rods. There work lor liim to chargo for anything )al. ri sfrdnc EAST AND SOUTH-EASrcporler. of Jtidgo T. T. Alexander, cion that it was them, but It was a was on oxpeotant loolc on her face n except for tho tax list nnd mortira.ro If Mr. MAHY l.nUAN. STILL LEADS WITH THE who formerly resided at Columbia, very dangerous undertaking. and they hopefulness that annealed to tho holi scnls, nnd ho meaturcd short even on 'STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Kentucky. were not molested. I received sovoral est emotions, alul the exchange editor time. Ono day in tho years gono by Chesapeake & Ohio ".Not upon mo Individually, hut anonymous letters, oflerihg to show madp up his mind not to crush the this paper copied an attack on couna I'MliT 8T TANt1lll KV upon tho hank of Columbia, of which mo whcro tho band was hiding, and longing of that pure heart if ho never ty olliclal, and old Mark was dozing at I was president." how their arrest could bo cffcctul'if,I struck another lick. his desK when the Uiinrcd party stalk M.witrc. M tf27i -- JlWas it ever known definitely who would "May I show you tho poetry?" con- cd in nud began: go to a certain place", but I Direct Itotitc without Cliaiipr-- of Cars tvWitftlio party at that time?" IN KHSLK "You aro n coward, sir a thought then, and I still think, that tinued tho ripe, red mouth, "You wo learned shortly afteriYeJ Mnnumruts, tho letters wero written by somo of will sco that I couldn't cot tho last coward!" netrtHH rlo m- llrailalonee, wards tho names of all concernod. tho "Mobbe I nra," was tho editor's can? to entrap mo. and I there lines of tho verses, and If you would Tabled, Ae. JcsTho gang consisted of Frank and Work Marl.! pleaso bo so kind as to help me" complacent reply. foro paid no attention to thom.'' Cher- of all Mods Keitliirky sn.1 ItunttnsUn, JlsunUn, so' James, two of tho Youugers and ijuu. lotteefllle, ItlehiaeM, sM Ihe BHrlnt, Help her! Though ho had novor "And I can lick you, sir lick you hraily eieeu-- tt rink Quietest s. nest UtafiHtaU lloult lo .Tarr'otte." ami even read a line of poetry, tho ex- out of your wrinkled old boots!" Helping Editors to Obtain News. "When did tho transaction tnko change editor felt tho spirit of tho di"I gus you could," answered Mark AND SELL THE BEST Some supposed friends of n nows-paplANCIIIIUJUJ, IIAM'IM.F, .MJItFOI.K an.! esti place?" vine art flood his soul as ho yielded as he busted tho wrapper oft his only mates havo peculiar ideas as BUGGY ON THE GLOBE 9'!!It was on Monday, April 29, to tho bewildering music. Help her! exchange. ty 1872. I was not in Columbia at that kind of items a paper really requires. Well, he should smilo, "I'm going to write an articlo call FOR THE MONEY. time, and therefore did not witness the Not long since a gentleman camo iuto Virginia & North Carolina Points. liko this," sho ing you a fool, liar, coward, cur, "Tho first verse runs T6 all Lovers of the Trctting 116 rse. highhanded act, but I will never tor-g- the Galveston iVctrs sanctum and said; went on, taking courage from his eyes: slanderer, and and go SEND FOR CATALOGUE tho affair. After killing Mr.Mar- - "Look here! You miss a hennof live I'tlLLMSM CoitlUS ATTAtllKD. over to Ionia and pay flvo couts a lino "How tort nl sweet the autumn air Un, tho cashier, becauso ho would not Items. I'm on tho streets all day; Black's I!n.uulcto..i.m ! to have It publishcdl" Tbedylnfroodland fllll, AND TESTIMONIALS OF rtr l(yslyk'a IUil.lelenln (Site or U trotters I'r Ihkels sikI further Infoiunl'on, sri.lt to deliver every thing over to them, tlioy I'll come up overy once in a while And nature turns Irani restful cire " "Hey?" queried the old man as ho your nearest lltket orne, or address W. W. with reraril. Ieiler llish J Ksin, Kilt hy the took what they could find and depart and post you." Die. "To nills.' added tho wheeled around. ln hrse, Anlrew Jeekson, Monroe, Ky. Kiehjhl and I'asarnier HUNDREDSOFUVERYMEr' relelifaleJ IioiWrHullingIslsnil Mark Hawk lie hy rrnownr-- l "All right, fetch on your items; but the ed. Their tactics were about "Yes, I'll pay livo centi a lino to exchange editor, with a jerk. "Just oat oflhenoleil liolilnj mere fsllr Milter, by ' w. .sii i ii, .. sarao as thoso mado uso ot on other remember, wo want news." crsixlK ii. w. ii)i.i.i:h. WHO HAVE USED THErY TlppoSalh,Hunte, t,e ImpImp. f. Jul J'l ilam by k.w of tleL'l Manager, liUwetl, (len'l Next day he camo up beaming all tho thing. It rhymes and it's so. have it published." ilsm by Ai'l, occasions, that is, somo weut in tho ('(Tin's Messenger i.y Imp Messenger This lush "Say, let me tell you something," lliriiuoxp, Vlsnmu. IWr You tako anybody how. Half tho hre.1 lut I renin slslllm. was brail In Orsrij. Uo r?ir--Addres- s bank" whilo tho rest frightened tho over. "I've- got a live item for you. people you meet replied Mark. "I've cot 200 more NY Will make the of fa at the rraln-lou know that infernal citizens by fiiug up and down tho Slablra.rw A ltmsell In llaiisllle Ke at kudw best," inter circulation than the Manner, aud I'll "I CONDRNBED TIME. gonna ot r brother-in-lathe eery low prbe r fill Til I'. St AM1.V, or of mine ruptedsuppose you street." "1 liadn t publish yuiir nttnek on mo for two tho 'young girl. rwtoinaure ll'ieJeMaml others lntrresle.1 are who was in business hero with rac?" "How much did thoy Ret?" rplreilully lattipil sl an.l - the hois-- irol. you cents it lino and tako it out in mill yay, thought of it AiUrrss H. IIAXTi:tt III.ACK, i believe i remember such a per- havo a better in thatoC such but "They only got 81,000, which, I & things. feed or corn stalks! Don't trot over idea i .cairns lloue Hsnsllle Ky reckon, was about tho smallest sum of son," said tho editor, wearily. Now, the second verse is more liko to Ionia when you can build up your COLUMBUS OHIOs "Well, I'vo just got news frora,Ne- - this: money they ever raided a bank for. Ilhl'GtlENrKS own towt.1" ABD ALLAH GLENCOE! it.vii.uoAi mm:. I hsse been hsndllnf You see, they did not come up into urusKB, wiiero ne is living, mat ne m youl Oekiumk" "The dove-e- y eJ kloe upepHhe moor Mark would havo pulished it word Drewsler elJe-wseons, phietoo-- . ele , for Ihe Look tender, rueek and sad; that region to rob the Columbia bank. going to run for the Legislatur'o.Now TUAINrt IIOINtl MlltTII. for word, just as it read, and thrown pssl four years. N fsr they here leo entire sstlsfactlen toall whohase boujht theui and I While (rora tUe'vallsycouTe' the rosr" They had selected the bank at Som- just givo him a blast. Lilt him out Mlkill I, IMt. ' l.a tsau in a cut of a jackass freo gratis, but eifecl to 14 aiiio in sell a treat many more tnts "Of the nuUchless liver pad!" roar- tho official cooled off. or thirty miles East of lus boots. Don t sparo him un my' season than any of the previous yesrs. Irusllne; erset, twenty-fivI ve lli liHiond . ,MH. Detroit Freo you will beabl i lo All all orders promptly I sin. IIOlll account." ed tho exchange editor. "There you jiiiiaair of .Columbia, us their objective point II 10 NlCIIOLlSllAKK l.lmynian. ' l.tviagatmi '10 M " Next day ho came up again. "My get it. That Mulshes the second verse Press. Lafsyette.lnd. ou that raid, but were prevented from i rah orchard II t ' Htaahnd . Why Caixkii "Benedict?" In Ukxtlkmkx Wehaselieen ualnaj and ellln(t making the attack by a very peculiar little item was crowded out. I brought so as to match tho first. It combines nit i lu " Khelhy Clly.. . MY OiHIIINtO i I 10 MA1.UHN. AIIUAI.LAII you some news, anil he hands in an the fashion wUa poetry and carries Shakspere's "Much Ado About Noth- tour work In Clarke cnnnlr for tbe usit lir (II.KNCilK ' I'.nvllte JuMtlen . circumstance. They entered SomerI ft will atam! the present sms,ii at my to ourselies snd years with " MllehellstMirg. ' ' the idea right home to the fireside ing" there is a vounir lord of l'adua customers. the best sstls'setlon unleersslly table, t miles Ireoi lluilouvjlle. IJneoIn is, Your burtles sre set on the Friday previous to the at- item about his cat, as follows : (.eiiaiwn . H , IS ej by our customers to be the eery best Ky.ontie llisionvllle ami l.Hfily turnHke, New Its vest. A Kkmakkaijli; Animal. The If I only iiadpyour.ability in starting named Benedick, who. though ho does for the prtre that ran te bouiht lu tbe country tack, on Columbia, aud after ... ' II Arr l,cbSDn Jnnelsoa. family cat of our worthy and distin averse, with ray genius in winding it not love her, marries Beatrice, after a Your Combination fnrlre lluctr Is PrenennreU To Insure a fclcaioney due when wMM the situation were just get rtucloBSII JumIWu...... . tbe tnsre iW the finest, softest, and easiest rldli'K talwlnfdal. Trading Ihe mere forMts Iheproves t to'" , ltttavHIeu. Smith, who up, I'd quit the shears and open tho courtship of wit and raillery. Since by all to be In u. Your lirewtter slde-bInsuting ready to begin operations when dished buftcy now vicjo rance and malre the sesson money doe AIIHAI a ileal all Taking all In then the name has often been used as Is certslnly without your burgles cannot he I..MI IILKMXlKlia Jsik l.ar. U bands sod I In- the incident referred to occurred, frus j keeps the boss grocery store of Ward poetry business ooiNii soirrti. tkains we fearlessly say that high, 1 It ovtr bss "Think so?" asked the fair young la synonym for a newly married man. brstentn the country for style, rtulsh. and dura- ches sec. slewyears oM. lietwo trotleJ In bsndlleg trating their design, and causing them JNo. id Qbeer always on tap), yestera lu tract witn nionihs Tlascil I, lilt. bility. Yours truly, day became tho mother of has proven blimelf a gno-- brreder of eemMnnl lie lady. "It doa'tstrikeme as keeping It is now generally written Benedict, to, abandon the undertaking. iisxist a SIUSES. horses, having produced soni ot the laet walkers lultvlHe. aw kittens. This is not the up the theme." ,l0 nu although this is not the orthography of 6prlnleld,Ohlo. "One of the party entered the bank AUlallsntileneoe was HreJ by Joe l.ve. MsnfHd .... 5 00 inibarutebe by ft. Bum, he by Alttarder'e A- t- " OsbUrehsrd. "You donV,want to. You want tne hard ju Avon. 1 bare event has OKMTLKyax: IM to have the customary talk with tho first time this unheard-o- f In llsere now for Ahdallab, bed usiu U or er two years, and haee not spent a dollar for re- uanau, ue vy a iiamuietonian, isi ligree I'y mine, Arr Uvlegsson lotl unknown, l.ve cashier; another was posted on tho taken place. Wo understand Mr. to break the theme here and there. IM pairs on them, and they look nesrly as iton, as Ird dam by thorough-bre- d dam a dmiM a lo new. Have had bugles of sereral other menu in a re As lo his breeding quslltles hd llusasrd Arr. Ittchniess.1. . corner close by to observe the move- Smith is being favorably spoken of The reader lilccs it better. Oh jes! I refcet-lhtscturers, and find none so Hondas the Columbus fallow Ing geetlemen J J Iirye, J K. Where you keep tijt.ime up it gets ments of citizens, while the other as n candidate for Alderman. KrapeclfuUy, Buggy Company's bungles IL n Tueker, Carlri(iriwnter, J t' III He, 1'ULIiMAN FALAO CAH8 T. V llaoiDwav. The editor groaus in his spirit as he monotonous.'! (VI. J tv WralhetloH, lluatontltle, awl Two of threo went after tho horses. till. Conyers, Georgia. " rejoined tho luirnaijc, lUe . MeUle, Te)lrt, Utile Near Otlrsos. MotHfetaery, "Perhaps that's "so, them mounted, and started in tho di- lights a cigar with the effort. It is seCiKXTtKUKir. Tbe buggies I bate badef your Kintyrsnla loTrsas have Ibelrebeleesif leoroiites: rection of tho bink, and the other not long before ho hears that Smith is beauty, brightening up. "I didn't MCELROY, BOB manufacture nave given ine entire satisfaction. ltvif via lwuf4,lse via N, oileaes Time wueh They are thelsl I haeeeter used for tbe same My One Jack, will also stand at Ihe same place followed, leading tho h mas of tho going around saying that ho made the think of that. 'Now I'll read the third qolrkerand rales letter then by any other amount of money. Yours truly, what it is, but it is not inde- verse: two who wero planning for the attack paper AT i:iJIIT DOM. IKS sir l! Is a'sxitta I) Collixi, Llreryman. To Insure a warn In foal on sswe eomlutoM as "How iidly diuops the dying day, Joplln, Missouri. and robberv. The arrival of the first pendent enough for a placo liko Galabove Porslse.ae Ion and style thts Jseklsun. QDI0KE8T, 0IIEAPE8T AND BE8T At night springs (rum tbe glen, two on horseback was no doubt un- veston. (taTI KMS.i' I bate been connected with Ihe suria!. And uoinln&tirllit'ht seems lossy " April. poUts In Mlswtil, k'iui, Illlnela, r H. IMIttr.l.l,. ltmle to alllows. .N.WstSa C4fsde Arkansas manuurtureof and dealing In buegtes fsr fifteen Many readers will say this sketch is derstood to be the signal for the man Iodises, yesrs. Your work does net look like molt fseiory 3"runk again,'" " Tho old' man's Only wsie eke work, but Is smoothly finished In wood. Iron lo Cklesso, bl. IjhiJs snd I on the corner to join his comrade in overdrawn; but thousands of editors wouldn't do, would it?" asked tho ex I'or fotthrr lltbviMSIMi atM( tktkels lo Jt. palming and trimming. Material used In tbe the all over the country will lift up their n rfcwlli, Ksnese iehxs.le.sHi tho batiK, when the work was to Columbus Muggy Company's buggiee lies proved lo Urant rates to change editor?" "Somebody else wrote llerkls, addTM . I. ATMOHi:, be ofthe Ixst. Tbey run light Kveryoneln right hands to testify that they are that, and we might be accused of plagi in there; tho two mounted men Ilsy htalllea right hind loot am near Irani fool lien I'sm. and Ttrkel Alt , lelsvllle, Ky. tbls county who have bought your bugglesare white. I44 bawl high, foeled in IIW beel by OrK. J. Antbony, Ajt., etsulatl. Ky. well pleased, they gtve Ihe best otsatlafsciloa. were to keep f he-- citizens from ap- personally acquainted with tho guilty nrism. We m'HSt have this thing origiCase. Punii, ijiat ford, Lincoln tV , Ky tours truly, proaching by indiscriminate firing. party. Hired by Mewengrr Cbtef, the sire of Msrvrl. K. K. WatT. Wlnthester. Ills. nal. Suppos0sVro say now, just suprecord 7 IS .Maud U sseeger, at I years Tho man leading the two riderless A Warm Invitation. "BLUE-ORA8old; Keua C.. 7:30 gait at I years, Mallle Met). 2 ID pose we say: "Why did I spout my ROUTE' horses was to have them ready by the gait at! years: A 11 AlIalah, J.eflt at I y re . Jesse B of Raleicb. N. C. was Ben?" ; "J'ot Mare." Ill salt sl I tests or, aud other time tho work was accomplished, so enguged in the lightning-roDealer far Lincoln anil Garrard Oos. geou ones. business. "Is that new?" inquired the sweet, , sh.lt lis abe 1st dsw by !ntlsel, mwil J that the two men in the bank could lie had just put up tho necessary rods rosy lips. "At least I never heard it of Vwi Arnliu. reeord ra, melly Uwfht run out, mouut and all retreat out of for a farmer, and was iudcinc from a before. I doa'tknoWvwhat it means." by Coniwodyre .V. W. Kllson for Slv,cs, An. Yaansr ewntlnet. relle, T. A , ri. town together. But fortunately for certain unpleasaut sensation "New? 'Desd'itd new. Ben is the Vlvsodlere, tttya Mlcnen,!7K; Cslvul.X.-toti- . in tho re -- TIIK MOstT UUalltAUl.K IMUTK T- O(Irand rrnllnel, sentinel, (I'ste'.l tie that bank and unfortunately for Mr. gion of the diaphragm that the hour name for overcoat, and spout means to Sentinel Is full brother to Volunteer, thai slaifts Martin aud the bank of Columbia, ot dinner was at band. In other hock. "Why.did T spout my Ben?' at SH4) Ihe aessun, and la the sire ef fit. Julian, for a quarter of n century or more Koetrv ree rd,:il) antolMolhe sellh rrecrds f J St) X Successots to Daugherty d Iloliurs, when the financial member of the words, ho had not tasted food since means why did V iK bct-tcr'a Momicli Hitters I shove- my topper? spvclOo fur iDUigietion, li.i hivi-la- , tliv or letter. l dam liy Alessnder's gaug entered ho saw something that early that morning, and kuew not That's just whaMwilight would think anil Ihe sire of ague, nhWof .li.ica!naiiim.i,lluT-inn.lmi.t Maid, remM i II. Itosallnd. . rioMatulili caused him to alter Ins plans. Two where his next meal was to corao from of first, you'd know. Ob, don't be ami other iliorilere, ami has TIIKONI.Y I.INKIlO.S.NI.Stl Mslor Mssll, Jivt; rjt lUiiw, It n nmt em- STAXrOKI), - KENTUCKY ThornJile. 2 JO. Aloiandtr's phatically Iniloixtl by iiinlicinu im n ns a limllli AWallsh by Ityadyk's men, one a stock raiser of that county unless he was invited to dino with afraid that's just immense.'' nnitetn-OKll- i the rranl sire or MsikI ct . rreeed MH. nvtoratne. Itmiiutcrarlsn or nnd the other a mule trader from the farmer B. agiltheslreofltexler.-iUH- , Kettle, ti Orsswe to preinaturu said the CARS iiml siisialua ami "Well I'll leave it Olll, J.je; llssalle, Jsy UeuM, Mlii, andS4 South, between whom several transa'i'l Inllnu. At length, after somo hesitation, glorious girl, with a smilo that pinned comforts llie ni;elall Dniftiritts ami Dcnkrs olberawltureeorii otztNor tttler. I'orfcalu by actions in their line of business had the farmer said: "It's about dinner the exchaugo editor's heart to his Pine Carriages, Buggies, bheruian Jlorjan Jaekel.be by tweet,was elrvd by M dam by ltel HBTWHK.Nand he by gvnerully. lied Jacket's isin taken place, had appointed that day hour, but the old woman is away from spine. "This, is the fourth verse: a hall brother to Illick llasr k lib dsni an extra road rusre. brou(ht Irani the Z.u.liiullt ititsl Olixtliiiiutl. and that bank as tho time and place home to day, and I hardly know what "The merry milkmaid's sombre eong W. U Vance. Merer cstunlr. Kv .and LOOK OUT, PA10IEKS! to make a settlement, aud when they to do about it; but if you will take aid to be of Mrsaenier bloo,. Sleswniter Chief front" t ha rocks, riwi, tus sire ol ricanl. wssstrri by Abost-aAt silently she trips along came to compare accounts they could pot luck with me, you are welcome to record of 1:90, trial IfnrteMler Ml!f lied Jim, llruliiulnif TIMKTABL.K. IK KVUXT MAIIC1I IS, lells-" 'With holes in. both her socks,' by Tlioliml isnrtrkt tnr Ilic l.nxjeroof n not agree. JJotli were hot headed and dinner. rar 1st dam by Msinbrlno Mesaemcr, Ihe fran-- aire lllllillllK Willi T Ml IIP. impetuous, ana instead of trying to Jesse thanked him, and the two Jove!" cried 'the delighted exchange ofikutl's Thomas, returdl:!!. and the sire flx I.ve. Iilnjtt.n ., I laso a m wln.kl. reconcile their differences they got wended their way to tho dining room. editor, loujsee lit pu Chicago Tribune ot March Zltb, 182. Msysvlll... ;.ilaui by Mentili Chief, thestieol Ud; kUiia IftSo p in " I'arK. mad; hot words passed, and they came They found nothing to eat save a dish Sdil am iM pu "Ob. no. no!" remonstrated tho Br. Paul, Mink., March 23. The visit or Mr. ttiwlforj JlawUlikcsMI llierne, reurJI.It4; " tVBlhlena ... eiM a ni Ii 40 p k ManiLrtno iitol. 117; Darkneaa, ? 17K. Ma William Ijthrop, ofllockford, III., and Mr. Cbav near having a fatal encounter. The of roasted potatoes and a pot of mus- blushing maiden. "Not that." " Fatwoulb ... IftOO a ro 4l44) p IU no rjtar, fay Henry, JiWH. llrlinella, Calahsn, of t hlcsgo, to this city and Mlnnralla Arr. (Jnelnnstl. .. illitl am (til) pni "Certainly," protested the exchaugo luusrviiiii uiiuersuMMi, lor lue puriHiw or o quarrel was raging furiously when the tard. Srd dam by Imp. Napoleen, known as the fos llnzoftheMiniieanolisIlsrvester Works, In Leave Ualeiton at 4..M . in and arrive at Mays- bandit it was Jesse entered the hunting horse of England. After being seated, the farmer asked editor, warmiug up. "Nino to one IbensiueofC II. McCormlck, of Chlcsgo, an.l villekilS p. tu. Fr-- e Wrier Oar leasee 4th dstn by TvujMt. she's got 'em; and you get fidelity to honuanC Thompson and lleleu A tiorhsm. of bank. Both had their pistols drawn, Jesse to take some potatoes. ltlncten at ll i, lu aad lessee Sllidsru by'IUtr Whin, tiockroiu, ill., a roraily or ll'i upon each twine Clneiniisit at 1 1 ra. AND aud tho cashier was between them 6th dam by lisrnsby's iiloiiiede, "No, I thank you," said Jesse. "I fact with wealth of poetical expression. binder harvester that ssld comnsuy bss made or Jlh dam by (Vnnoo'e Whip; The worst of poetry generally is, you will make. This clslm Is based uwn the patents begging them to desist, and prevent- don't like potatoes." Sth sjiid It hliip'i rarafon, Close esnnecllaei lusile InClnclnnstl forsll lnts which, after several years oi controversy In tho AbJalUh I'lltjl Wailklrrtl tij AtxtiMltj-r'AUIala Norlh.Laat and Uesl. tibial ratee lo Kmiirsnls. ing them from shooting each other. Patent Office, "Well," said the farmer, not in the can't stato things as they are. It aint L. (lorhaiu.of were. In lilSO, granted to Marquis Ub, Ask the Ar.nl at Ihe abate ttaiunl idsres lor a Ilockford.and itlsclslined by the - f...,l .l.A Ut.t tail .fas,, llt.n.ll... we've busted all parties whodeuisnd When Jesse's educated eye saw what least disconcerted, "just help yourself like prose. But here Ihe "lllue (Irsas OF ALL KINDS. lod dam the nirch mate, by Parker's lirewn l, triptlekets from Msysvlllesud lU.ult " Hound, Ihe royalty that they own WAGONS Ualri(ton was going on tie either knew it was to the mustard!" established notions, and put up an ac snd control all the patents relating to the autoio-stl- o (datu or Itoasllod, MIH)- - Msubrlnn Mrssen-se- r sold at reduretl ratea. blndlngoflhe bundles of grain. The Minwssslrrd hy Meuibrlno l'ayuiaalrr, the sire ol uo good time to inaugurate a robber', Korrateson household kihmIs antl vaeateru ticktual existence with the veil ot cenuino neapolis Harvester Works, the William Iicerlng We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, Jesse tells the story, and says it was ets, address Mauibrlno Chief. Iam by Van tllAS A IIAbl.KTT, workmen and using Mrsaenier. lie is halt brother to ltantaller's tlray or thought tho gang was being watch- one of tho warmest invitations he over poetry over it. I think thats tho best Co. of Chicago: the Champion Keeper Company, of employing only (ten. Eiulsrstloo Aft., CaivlnttoD, Ky. Oollah fprlncOeld.Uhlo; the Ijleily Harvester Componly lusterlsl. and sell at reasonable and many ot the Aral Irottrrs lola was and lola. rsstarded ed, and the row between the traders received. t I. IlllOWN, (I I'.aT Jt, idea we've struck yet." fizuree strle. wnrkmsnshlnaod materiel consid andor Whitewater, ami all othcra usiug Detroit Free Press. In her flay asoneol the best trotllux marts Ivlnit. made under the Appleby uteula are to be ered. Ill IrAI'tJIII.HTY .V IIVlii:. was only a ruse resorted to in order to Mainbclnuraywtater was sired by old Msiubrl- "I don't seem to look at it as you do, agsiuss iy me partiee coniroiung ine no, aud be by imp Hating a Twelve Hundred Dollar Time. The attorneys who have been enthrow them off their guard until thoy of course you are the best judge. finitreueu but gaged by tbe lattcror McCormlck faction, are (leo. "You want to know, do you my could be surrounded. Pa thought I ought to say; iiaruiug.oi iniiaueipuia, i.. n. uicatrson orriew 3IIaSSMII.I. rJUiXCK! b... . Ncrtsw.ul.i I,. ..,,,4iMrMri. Ml. IMIISM4. i. York: M 11 Legcelt. of Clevelsud, and l'arklnsou ttsrK "As silently the trips along "He took but ono glauce at the en son," why it is with all your managellrKMBU llllllv. t l'arklnsou, of Clnclnnull. nrakMu, lMrrU-M- . hfblllil .mJ l.r.M.Il yellow traces. id Autumn's SrWMiiSa AITmIUo. ..clallf Irvolvd raged traders, aud turning ou his heel ment you can't live on your salary ,iMnp4.a, This looksaa If ihe MiCormlck people mesnl IUy eilslliou, no while, foaled lu lH. bted by I ttr. i.hmSi.. t all ar etila uhriUu. business, aud It will probsply l well fur our "Wouldn't that do?" Chss Dunn. Htanbird, Lincoln county, Ky. he walked out the door, signaled to and are always in debt at the end of Sr itMM. i.aulst IrtalMwftt Sr stalL matter fully before .Scl4 "Do! just look at it. Does tracks farmers to Investigate thisblodera from any but (r.rM...Srrli InmUK.fl.ra4alaff M4 IS.I. 44rf.s J Well, I'll tell you. buylugoue el tbe Appleby his followers that the jig was up, and the year? lk.lr l I. mi IrsM. 1st daoi by Alislde. sire of Hylat, record, Z.tlk, . rub SL, U. U.U, AiMrrw. lilt. III'TTN, I McCormlck agents, lest they may Le afterwards . EnlKina, 2 .6, l'a cy Day, I SO. when tho two horses were led up the Telomachus, why it is, and it will not rhyme to rocks? Not in the BrookfcltTAIILlKllEU Ot EK TUIUTV 1 CA1IS. called upou for a 110 loyalty. Besides, when you two men mounted, and all five of them cost you a dollar for tho iuformation. lyn Eagle it don't. Srd dam Itoae Jlsry by Imp. cjovertlitu: HARRIS REMEDY CO.lfcSSftt 4th dam by Iiiih. I.evislhan, SYMPTOMS OF A .T. 31. OWnNH rode out of town. They went in the It is because you are trvinir to have say "tracks" and "rocks" you givo tho - HaiiSMaitM.a) Sth dam Juliet by Kosclu-io- , u 81,200 time on a $900 salary, nnd it expression of some fellow heaving Is Agent for tbe MiCoitnlck Mschlues at tjlauford. ru S b dam blank by Mr Archy, PfiOf.rtARmS'FASIIUERtakDr direction of Monticello, nud stopped 7th dam by Imp. by blr Trier Telle, Iioas of Appetite, IJowels eoattvo. I'atn in for the'night at a country store, where can t be did. Older men than you things to another fellow who's scratch 8 b ilsm tty lut by liurdesux, akftsUUs tho Head, witn a ull genaatlon in the Dth dam hieratiras, own tlslrr lo ball rum, by Maady ihsMslf sMSasMMakslsM. a political meeting had been held du- nave tried it and tailed right along. ing tor safety. "Socks," on the other 0ROVIfl book part. Pain unler the Uhoulder H ilao r u4 rft4ivall tvc blade, fullness after cattne, with a dialn. and a $300 hand, rhymes with "rocks" and these Tla RiMJr la. . . 1. 10th dam by V Ira no, l,y (snap; ring tho afternoon. The candidates A G00 boarding-hous- e te I tU.Ua a SMaUll, a, S, t axS la S.I.O.r. .,bMl,UHM..M.t.L.. cli nation to exertlun of body or rolnd. lllh dam by lilacs and all black by - Crab, litwa.niaaj S I .l kj a,.u . fl., were still there, and the bandit gaug livery bill just exactly cuts the last beautify them, while it touches up the Irritability or temp r, Low spirits, with 12th dam MiasMuiucrkln, by young- True lllue, ss.k S.i. faa..SI.l sVm,. . , ""?.? '" ' " a feeling-o- f havlmc neglected some duty. 13th ilsm by IjrJ tliford. Dun Arabian, U.U Siawa a.4 a4a laws a.sl vat avlUaUaa. represented themselves as stock tra- coupon ofl your salary, and then how milkmaid, and. bv describing her con Weariness, Dizziness, llutterliig at tho blsck-blllh dam by Dr. Anhy'a Itoyal the man who makes your clothes ex- dition, shows her to be a child of the oyee. Yellow bkln, Heart, Dots belore tho ders, entered into the discussions, that mare; QkBrT Headache generally over the right eye, torelmer was sired by Imp. tllenoe were going ou, nnd had a good time pects to get anything out of you is very nature you are showing up." Iteatleasness. with fitful drcauia, highly ins usiu. lairrma was a nne rate mare at all colored Urlno, and dlalahcea For her ivrfuruuiiccs sra Tutf Itenlaler. "I think you're right," said tho generally. The next day thoy rode more than I can tell. You ra is a JFrELIABLE SELF-CUBAicaue waaatreti or jtiaiuoriuo uniei. CONSTIPATION. over the hills of that region and spent simple case and you can apply the tweet angel. This is the way the fifth 1st dsin by 11 lu . Jr , the sire of John Mricsii " aa A tJ the remedies yourself, and perform the verso runs: the "urn uh ma iuuiutTiuuu river, TUTTS iUH. Tsikey, On, most nolsd favorite nreaerlDtton of onethe U. ri, BEDS and auoceaaful in rrnu iuv i rsi. 2ib-.- . tivi rii "As close behind, the farmer's boy auchrnaee, oneiliisii eneila snclin change tjheruiso. note and on Sunday they turned their hor necessary operations without tho presandthegrand sire ol Maud M, E,of rnlred, for Ihoeureof Jserrenie Dtbllltu, of i eellun; us tu iisluulsli llm suirerer. Jlaicioocl. I t'eufcaaese aud iieOMi. Heul Thrills lortb Lis simple tunes, They Inerenasi tlss- - Aipeilli,aiul cause Ihe nurd 1 lot. Mamhrino l.ltt. 1 lit. uitalrr. ii uplalnssaledeuvelopeVee, XU(lsiacsuiail ses heads toward Columbia, and ence of a consulting surgeon. 'Will it And slips behind the maiden coy" body to 'iHtia Hrotland, itl llylss, 1SI, illlly lloskins, ia first., ihiis th system Is AJJreu DR. WARD & CO., Loulilini, Ma. hurt?' My poor boy, you bet your by im ir 'li.nlr Arllon on the iciiirlshtMl. aud stopped for the night ut a i.ltt, Ulaikiniol.ssu. U'l.l. his pantaloons!" Douo "And splits S.I .I.,,, l.v III.. bl.,...L lilsrrsilvt ItenulHr SIcmiIs are pro ducetl, I'riio z i.eiila, OA yiuraiay Ml a few miles from the town. The next last bottom dollar that it will hurt. it myself; know just exactly how it is. Y. Ihealiove horHe will make Ihe season oflSSi at llisa lluuu's tic uilta fioiu Msuluid. on ONE TREATMENT. day one of thorn entered Columbia, It will make vou sauirm a thousand Why, bless your heart, you " rone tulle from rilanford arz.aBLE3V purchased a few articles ut the stores. times a day, until you get out of debt, and l.aucasur pike, ami HASH DYE. "ltuab llraurh 1'lke, 3 miles Iruuiblaufordto aud Snip, snip, suip. Paste, paste paste. A certain coro for Nervous In Uanvllleike AlidallabMeweiiicrat liu examined the location of the bank ana then you'll reel as though you Hut it is with a saddened heart that uoDiiiiy, sominni weax- sure a luai lo t'riure at IIS In oiay IIaihob Whisk m chsueed liys. tnaOitur iusuro auisreluloal MesseiiKerdue aasuunaa the llLacac hy asineleappticaiitinuf thia II Im lost Money and, after satisfying himself that nil wero in Paradise. Begin treatment at he snips and pastes amoug his exchanThel a natural color, acta liintautaneously Sold fact Ii ascerisliied Addrras y UniftTlsts, or sent by espress on receipt or II. and an was quiet, ho returned to his compeers once; me longer you wait the worse ges now. The beautiful vision that V1JL,111J STJ. lHJNrV, leclions for self treatment, anne .. OFKII'K. M Hl'KKAY S,T NEW YOHU. B la u lord, Llucclu county, Ky your caso will bo, and the more you'll for moment dawnod and about 2 o'clock they dashed into IHtOV.Vfl UIO.V IIITTUna aro UH. X. WILLIAMS, 431 K. hiterkjjtiiist. a a ! V.1...U upon him has a certain euro fur oil diseases lUnlcU otuse Cr. litre IllClL saallaS I aitUbraaUM as4 town aud did their work of murder dread it." left tho recollection in bis heart of one n, aud robbery. As soon us the citizens It U easy enough to make somo sunbeam in his life, quenched by the requiring comrilfto tonic; CUUUCU UIUECTUUT. ' A rouMnalton of JVtw recovered from the helpless condition men oven lonir for death. They're shower of tears with which she do IVvoi-K- , "Want r ApiictKc, farfefeo Iron, iVrurUm Iuto which they wero thrown by the so , f UTIIOUIbT.dOUTII lttv J. H. Hi MS, l'ee- that if you just persuade uouueedehimas a "brute," and went liOkst ofrStrutiKtli, Ittk ol' llarl.and J'.oiiorus lis tor bervlicsererT bundar is jHltatuhl ill 'uri. 7ie initsoJuuut. sudden dash of tho murderers and iliRrn llmf tlin wnrlil pnti'f cmt nlnnie out from him forever. (liv IiIoimI, Btrcnflli. Brooklyn etc. 1'rayer MwllugsTliurlsy ultjhls. Hundaybrhuol vHiuprriHiniltiiH oft roit cna tho inuscloM, mill clven now robbew, a pursulug parly wa organ. without them, and this isn't much of Eagle. at 00 a u. 1. H. Bliua, dupertDlrudeut The that will not blatUru II. I tn th.ao rl.ii ruttrvlmi I lift) la tho nerves. Actn liko u. Huclety ueels here on Ihe 1st womau'a Ululouary ized, and followed them neverul mile, a job, they will waut to dio out of (Sunday In each month, at S o'clock. ur7ier fro fireiwirrrf ions. Mis. T T. "Matrimony," said u modern Benecliiiriu ou tlio orKiiiu., Daviess, 1'resident. lis my hut they did not como up on them. pure In have ue I nil iiiuia.ii's in. HMriiuceXr fit MI.l Ml . S.... aA in lnullitlnii lifiwai ttsiwa fian nil iumc iti tit prsriue and el. . anIs., hi.. lioa dict, tho other toward mankind. wtt.l tint msni II All ifinoi In;; all iIhi)C)llo day, "produces re... ..... ... II . .nuiy tt ut Sir jus roatralloll. sciuslo lll.ia.i. ia ,..l. . Old .h i... " They found the place, oa a creek a ton Post. Ilc.iu T) ArriST. Itiv. J. M. Uauca, I'astor. Bet vices " " j10 looil, lUlcliliit', ns tctKtln: riKiicl roti.litwii of tne blood, this ncirlcu rcuit.lv has lu my liau.la. maue soma wuu,Lrr.,l run . markable revelations; here am I, for JL on reeoua and rouriu Buudays, uorntugand fewjmlle from town, where tho band havo t a'Us I some of our moat emlncut I'") Jclsns, Im. o ) le l etl tu this treat and lucouiuar. Hunt lit tho Kiomitcli, Ilfiirtbtirn, ulbt, 1'rayer Meetins; every Wednesday afters licit Don't Uo It. Don't seek the teuiriorirjr iustanco, in ten short months, chauged otu. TJio only Iron rimcdv I iirttHrlheltlnpnfcrrni'etoany Iron prrarallou ms.le, In rarl. such a iiifuiHiuud noon, Huuday School at S SO a. at. It. E. Barrow haltetl and divided tho upoiU. They 1U. ltotlt.lt r 8A.iif.l.s. lliuiUuirn 4luuiTusu Hr Huparluteodeut. fcellne of health ami atrfitgth rteultlni; fronrttfslglitBgf lojer tojt loving sife.Vj thai will not liluukuit SUM ash Avenn. took from the bank a package of Ulii. Iln Nov lull 1MI tho teeth or front the uae of beer ami ale or other malt It riTvi a rafufju inmbiuotl, (4lvo hoiiduohc. Hold hy nil DntB-(jUlplIUItiTIAN. Worship by tbe ron.ree;stloa er belonging to mo, and these were am ilcoliolio minpounclii. The Tbe word "dear"' Is ono of-ti itliwil hrttUhflll lone la KJ ery sorua usy. iTescntng by ir. J W. Cos ut $1.00 n boll lit. lia aniemita orrnlits flllif found where they .topped. Tho ou rirst and Third Laird's Java Sunday School make you feel worse, than before. greatest Inventions of the English r lien-onat IS. Joe. Severance, Xupertuleudent UIIOWN ClIIUIICAIi CO. fri, miihliin were of uo value to tho highway, I'eriuanent health Is mi re to be found in language. Every married man can ii iifinfeuofe fu fjrrierfif llalllinore, .'Mil. llrhltllit, .oa Itf .lllx" that best of all Iron preparations, Ihat n I H. pltiaUYTKHIAN. W)IITII.-Jl- ev. men, aud were left whcro they dlvi ee. uu mi lns nuiaes sts sitae kr r,.. mmc, titr, J'rotlrnllon af I lint a. roy, ssior. Buuday Bcuool at v.w. W. (W. friend lo lent erti nee nod long life knoini say "My dear wife,'' and no one cau staTtruw44UMSsi.4 rasa wl h .ia. ded the money, aud I got them back ." an llrown'aj lluwrrt IWt ItHUvtl'Hf I Itcul, Buperluleudent. Union 1'rayer Ueellugou tell just exactly whut he means. Iron Illllem, BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. u fills, MANUFACTURED wedueaday BrTHE DR. HARTER MEDICINE CO., 213 N.MAINST.J it. LOUIS. ,..:. - and-thre- e o sis-f- pmnr UMmmwu , THrXt, F0B SuLBl - nmWAH-r)- KENTUCKY'S MI STEW R.E., , -- IHTHEWORlD. ? n na PfTfrBSawakte. et body-snatche- I anti-biliou- s tl-- - bow-legge- d are" QURHCi tV n f" e recon-nbiteri- iTTi:iKi,r.Aits t fellow-townsma- n ....... five'singU-larly-marke- tl Si" gfgSTETTto e Itewgh-ms- -t bo-gi- Abdallah Mcssongor! ft I as GEO. WKAKEiV, S !TTEBS r Daugherty&Hyde t-- LO. K - N I ATI! :',, 'Ii. FREE PARLOR -- Nor-bb- y S- -j ear-el- d PHAETONS, t I.- luOn-(Intis- ll first-cla- Aral-cla- twine-binde- TUTTS PILLS r Jt TORPID LIVER. 'V-'sni- lM!'riaS rvaaistsis-- ftaV4 IRON ,, .r,. FREE! E, s PIWeh l'ILL.Siirc-aerlallyniliipteiIl- o farm-hous- e Bites Llm-rtryKni-lclic- s TUTT'S V ..- ill-wi- 1 a as avis. a Ta a ,1i a.aw 1 ! i pa-pr- e after-ell-c- M la he i pa--pe- W. e McKI-Joh- I I