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Semi-weekly interior journal: April 28, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882042801_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 28, 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. i i.r 9emt ftadcfa Ituertof lonfti&L X.-NUM- VOLUME BBR 510. REMINISCENCES. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, APRIL can't pull tho wool over this constable's eyes. By 0 l, Bill Owens, I liccrd cm read itoiil'n tho book myself," nml off ho rodo to Frankfort with his prisoner, who, by tho way, treat JJol) back to (Jiucys (Jrcck. Neither Bob, nor tlio convict himself, ever understood tho technicality by which tho prisoner was restored to his "nncicnt liberty." The Impotable Girl. 28, 1882 fROrkMIORll,. NEW & SERIES-NUMB- ER 38. National Bankt. W. P. WALTON, T. ... Editor and Proprietor. R. WALTON, ... Butinen Manager. IV.k Subscription, 2.50 Change. Rhadr Ital.llng l.rook. (llfl In hammock. Heading txiok, OoldrO null. Annum. Ire. MaMrn alto Think of awing III Hapy Man In Wanlatogo Urk Too. I'oor llilng, (llrl Man rldee kyj lllg roouateehe, (llrl In naroniork Makeen raaih. Mean la mutual. Day It Ml, Man tal maiden Tiny fret, In hatuniork, took aoaweet. llmirof in'Jnlchl, eick-le- uawklng, llrarelr walking, llalijr auallaon, Now thsotlifr Twin bo atrial up I.I ka tils droitirr. I'aragorle llaby'e throttle, Naughty lark, Pulnt In tin air, Walling Mm on' Fool to tear, feel-- He hint-the- Married ff U lit- Iho lain Ktnptled Into Married On It KeeHng houar. Iled-h- On.jrll no, ago. tier Cuuklng trying; tllrlgol married Kim look rr.li (llrl got -married (llrl rot married llwf.teak (rrlng row etot e, Man In aock re! Holy Mom I Hear hint iwrar' lUflegeraiy, IT Hlarutt iMirolup, Nearly- dead, Awful wirry. Man route home, Teara Mouitaeha, Mad atblaiea. Dot no bain Thtnkeel liaiomork In Hie lane, lleeMeak rhirr j , (llrl got married (let lila gun, lllowi lila head oil, Deed and gout. With liwk. In thehahifuosk I'retlr wMev, Ilr tbt lireok. WlahramelJen Itwk again. lllg mouttaebei Keep on rMIng, Nary waili. Hate 'em. Man ride pait The It is Jillicult to beat into of tlio avcrngo Kentucky tlio licnil rUntegmnn tho duo imporUtuco of tlio newspaper, or obtain from bim respectful recog-uilioof tlio "fourth ostnto" in public A Virginia affairs. Congrorimnii onro coiigrntulatctl himself thnt there waa not uowipnpcriii hii "tleeatrict." Napoleon, who usually estimated tilings at their proper value, said to Las Ciuas that n hostile presi wai more to bo feared than a hundred thousand baynnoU. Thi. apprehcu (ion prevadeu tho broasts of our ofll cials to nti alarming extent that would bo amusing, were it not accompanied with danger, or nt lead threat implying a broken back or n forty four caliber ihot through tho diaphrmn. Tho appearance of an "interviewer" to these men is ai fearful nn nppurntion as tho ghost of lJaii(iio to Macbeth. Whether it nricn from a morbid modesty about seeing "one's name in print,' or a consciousness of somo concealed rascality that dreads exposure, I do not pretend to guess; but tlio shudder which reaches tlio very Iwnei of a Kentucky politician when approached by as an ass a "lying correspondent, from Louisville who by a mtsclcula tiou of Providence dropped into a scat in tho Legislature instead of a livery tall, politely observed to some 0110 the other day, is curious, to draw it mildly. I can speak from nearly a life time connection with journalism, to that from the position of roller-boof the editor of a daily newrnapcr, and I assert that, as n class, those who mako it a profession uro quite as respectable iu talents, in culture, in iu fluence, and in conduct and character as members of tho so called "learned To legislators ami Cuu professions." pressmen they nro tlio reservoirs of information. They who n fleet to !& spiso them arc those who arotho most indebted to them. With an ingrati-tudeanvulgarity that are innate, they insult their hcucAtutor, and claim for themselves all tho credit of their elevation to place, when not ono in a dozen of them who ever had an original idea or could write six consecutive sentences of good English to eavo him from the devil. They contemptuous ly kick nway tho ladder which elevates them. Sancho Punzo's gubernatorial appointment was not half as absurd as tho election of a majority of tho Legislature, fFrankfort Kentucky Cor, Cincinnati Commercial. y d Stanford Lawyer Relates Streral to the Interior Journal. Ill a casual conversation witli one of tho older members of tlio legal profession n few days since, ho detailed tho following incidents which wo think worthy of preservation as illustrative of how things were done under tho old regime: When tlio new constitution of Kentucky went info effect, 11 shcrilT and County Juilgo had just been elected in g neighboring mountain county in accordance with its proviaioni. During tho first term of court, tho sheriff was very busy collecting faxes and did not render tho nsiistanco to tho Court to wh ich Iho Judgo thought ho was entitled. Ho was accordingly called up ixsforo tho Judgo and informed that unless ho remained in tho court room nnd gavo hii timo nnd attention to tlio Court, ho would bo fined. Without making nny reply, tho sheriff stepped to tho front door of tho courtroom and shouted nt tho top ot his voice: "Ob yes oh, yes oh, yes court is now adjourned until court in course" II then turned to the Judgo and said: "I will givo you to understand that I open nnd closo this 'shebang myself, and court is now closed." The Judgo was nlso of tho opinion that tho sheriff jwseascd tho power of opening nnd closing court, nnd left his bench and mingled with tho crowd, complaining bitterly nt tho courso of tho sheriff in refusing to let him diicbargo tlio business of tho court. The crowd appealed to tho sherifl to open court ngnin. After n reconciliation between the Judge nnd sheriff, tho latter consented to open oourt again nnd permit tho Judgo to proceed with his business. A Twenty fivo years ago there iu Pulaski County two legnl gcntlo men named Walker Ilailey und John G. Lair, both of whom wero well read in tho law. Ilailey was much given to reading the authorities on nil tho points in his cases. On one occasion tho two wero retained on opposite sides ot a case of forciblo detainer, pending liefore a magistrate in tho southern part of tho county, Ilailey took with him n pair of saddle pockets filled with Kentucky rejwrU. The facts of the ciuo were soon disposed of but when the points of law involved camo to bo settled nnd given to the jury in tho shape of instructions, the two lawyers differed widely ns to what was really law. In his argument of tho law of tho cote, Ilnilcy rend n number of Kentucky opinions rendered by Judges Boyle, Owsley, Robertson, and others ns settling the law in his favor. When Lair camo to answer this luw nrguraeut, ho stated to hii "Honor" that whnt Ilailey had read him were only the opinions of Itovle, Owsley, and Iloiwrlton, who had tried tho cases referred to, but that he, the Justice, should not 1)0 governed by tho optuion. of other men, and that ho thought it 11 great wrong in Ilailey to insist on his surrendering his opinions to those of other men who were not connected with tho case in nny wny; nnd that ho must not thus surrender his manhood, independence, and judgment. The 'Squire became always saddened br such woful dramas as 'Camillo, Hamlet, and Miss Multou;' and tlio last time I was at tho minstrels I saw how thoso plays could be mado more heartrending with the jokes of tho minstrels worked into them." Ho then invited her to take n walk, and partake of ice cream and other luxuries calculated to thrill tho fominino mind with ec lived stacy. But sho refused each and nil of Ho handed her n hnndsomo opal ring. "Kxcuso me" alio said, while a blush crept over her velvety check; "opals nro unlucky." Then he fished a packugo of caramels out of his pocket and nt templed (0 present them to her. "I nevei touch them," she murmured, languidly, "as they destroy the teeth and draw tho fillings out. My mother got somo between her teeth tho other day, and her jaws were held together so tight for two hours that sho couldn't talk." "You must bavo hnd quiet in tho house.' "Sir?" '! say you must have had a riot in tho house. I mean that your mother must hnvo been so provoked that sho couldn't preserve her usual stnto of beautiful serenity, but was obliged to givo way to her feelings, in spito of her heroic efforts to appear calm. Would you liko to go to the "No, I thank minstrols you,"sho whispered feelingly, "I ntn There is but littlo probability of any derangement of tho money market or unsettling of values in consequence of the expiration of the charters of the National Banks. Tho charters of threo hundred nnd ninety-threbanks expire between tho 11th of the present month nnd tho25th of February, 1883, n period of nearly cloven months. Thoro mny be at limes temporary stringency, but nothing beyond this. Tho reason is that few charters expire nt the tamo lime, They go out gradually, and are distributed over the wholo country. If the bill now pending iu Congress becomes a law, the charters of all these banks will be extended. If tho bill docs not pass, these hanks, or nearly all of them, will be reorganized as provided by the existing law. In nny event, tbero is not likely to be nny hitch in their business. Of the 393 banks whose charters expire up to February 25th next, only eleven of tho number expire next month; in Juno sixteen expire; in July, twenty-four- ; in August, ten; in Sopf mbcr, eleven; in October, five, nnd in November, five; in December, five. In January, 1883, there nro nino expirations. In February, however, there aro 297. February is ten months away, and tho expiration of 297 charters in that month will creato no more of n ripple than than tho expiration of eleven during next Cincinnati Enquirer. month. e T. w. arntDLE. SPINDLE llooitnJ OIVENB, jii. o. oivtsa THE UNITED STATES MAIL 7 made, T. W.VARKOK. A I, Krani Block, rtr. Sth A Coutt l'lac, I.OUI8VI1XK, KY Practice In til tbt Oourta. CollKtlona prompt-- 1 .mm, O-'p-S- WALLACE B.VAnJlO. founded". XSEEDS and Prices. Addross D. i unc; occu odoor. our man's ovory If & T. W. A W. E. VAIINON, ATTOKNEYM A.'V X.A.W. STANFORD, KY. Handsomo lllustratod Catalogue LANDRETH town, uropusa postal uarcnor SONS, Philadelphia. are not sold In your Offlce In LANCASTER, KY. Mailf r Coramltilonrr anil Conntf Attorney. Will practlcatn all the. Court! of (iarrarit and adjoining count lea and'ln Iks Court of Appeale. Owilr A Hon'a new tiulMlof up alalta. II. O. KAUFFMAN. ATTOHNKS AX" t.A.AV, M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPEEA HOUSE BLOCK, STANFORD, KV., ATTOIINEY A.T LAW, STANFORD, KY. Will practice In the Courta ot thla and adjoining Omce In countlc and In the Court of Appeela. Ovaler A Hon'a ne building up atalra. THOMAS i. HILI., JK A.a'XOIlNI3V AT LAW, DANVILLE, KY., Will practice In the Courta of Boale and adjoining coiintlc, and In the Court of Appeala, ALEX. ANDERSON. T A,Ta'OltrVJ-2- MABTERSON yon AXD KX JUIXKR Will practice In all the Courta of Caner joining count ke, and In the Court of epeciai auenuon wren to collection,, uuce over IU T. Pierce' atore. CiT COUMTT, LlltGRTV KY PEYTON, JV'I' UA.W, Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, MIT Toilet nml Fttncv Artletrn, llookt, Stittloiirru, Tobacco ami ClonrK, triiirn, T.iquort, Ac. J'liwtrlttH l'rencrlittlonn nml i'inr- n iimcciitlcat Preparation and ad Hvrctaltu. Apiala. DR. STANFORD, J. ..... O. CARPENTER, - - KENTUCKY Office orer Rout. 8. Ljlle'a atore. Offlce hour from 7 to 9 A. M.; 12 to I P. u j 7 to 9 r. u. 100,000 - POUNDS ! or - a m very indignant after this argument, nnd said that he was tho Court that was trying that case; that ho intended to be governed by his own, nnd not tho opinions of other men, nnd instructed tho Jury to find for Mr. Lair's client which they did. Tho primitive era in which tho foregoing incidents occurred, furnishes another nnecdoto illustrutivo of tho rugged, albeit the unlettered, virtues of the public functionaries of that day. They wero not men who piunoJ faith to tho technicalities of tho law, Iwlioved firmly and tpflnt liflll V in that clauso of the Bill of Bights which provides that "Justice snail bo administered without sale, denial or DELAY." huti,,', each month, them. And the young man danced InBt. Aaaph Hotel, oter Mck later A Ilrlght'a. !je elgn.) At Lancaater two weeka of each month around with his pocket book in his from third Monday Dental rooma In VUaonllouae. hand, and thought what expeuso men fee algn. Pure nltroua oxld gaae admlnlitered K1 If when Dfceuary- would lie saved if all the girls were liko this one. And he sang, CHURCH UIKaXTOKi. "Pre found lu the wife of tha future, I'rofouiHl tlio IiuiuMlbl (llrl" A Paris milliner has just concluded Then ho woko up and ascertained a contract by which a denier in game METHODIST, SOUTH. Rev. J. 8. 8tm, Sunder mornlngand night. that he had been dreaming. The Im- in Berlin undertakes to deliver tho Prayer UeetlngaTburedar night. Sunday School t 9.00 A. H. J. S. Slma, Superintendent. The possible (iirl has yet to bo discovered. skins of 30,000 pigeons during the Woman' Mlulonarj Socletr meet here on thelat S -P- uck. season for tho adornment of hats and Bundar In each month, at o'clock. Mr. T. T. DaTleu, Preildeot. bonnets. The birds nro to be caught 'Which editor do I want to see?" Ukt. J. M. ReucK, Pallor. SerTlce, Germany and taken to BApriST. and Fourth Sundare, morning and nskedn young man who was smoking 1" afterPrater Meeting railway ran), and there killed and night. Sunder School nt every1. Wedneadajr Barrow noon. 9.30 at. R. E. a cigarette, and wore u hat about the immediately skinned, tho skins being Superintendent. size and shape of n table spoon, as ho . Wonhlpbr the congregation er tho door of tho editorial forwnrded to Paris and tho carcasses pHRl.-rriANopened , er j uay. on the on klratixraa Third rreacmngDT ur J. W. Coi 8undar School end Lord'a day rooms and gazed uhout him. "Well," retailed for a small sum each at 9:15. Joe. Severance, Superli ntendent. said the trotlitig-hors- e reporter, ceas spot. 4 RESBYTERIAN, SOUTII.-B- er. I. 8. iuir for an instant hia labors in con-Do you feel heavy in the morning, T X. pallor. Sunder School at 9 VI. John W. uection with n sketch of the lifo nnd weary, un refreshed, unrested, languid, Kcut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on Wedneaday nlghta. career of Passaic, "you look as if you limp, utter, blase, unreally ought toseo tho editor with the equal to the battle of life, querulous, club, but probably I am mistaken. morbid, disinclined to exertion? As a general friend of humanity, you'vo got it. The ioHhetic craze is CO however, I would adviso you to shoot upon you; take a sunflower liver pill. tho torch." "Do what, sir?" inquirNew York Commercial Advertiser. ed the young mau. "Shoot tho torch Whisky yielded" ?07, 153,974 last put out that dizzy little street-pipe.- " "Do you mean this cigarette?" asked year to the Government, and the 50 tho visitor. "That's it," was tho re- women add, "Yes, and it also yielded ply. "You just drop that thing, or six hundred thousand drunkards, an else sherry yourself around the cor- army of paupers, criminals and outner. We get enough cigarette smoke casts; one hundred thousand graves in from young ducks that come around our cemeteries, with a proportionate number of orphans." here bnturdays with society items." m m Chicsgi Times. An old colored minister Sunday Vioi.ati.no a Patent. It will be sent up the following petition to the St "Sum ob dis here sad news to many a prudent house- throne ot grace: wife that every time she picks a hole congregation will go to the courtCO in nn egg with a pin she is violating house, some to de jail, some to the tho patent of au American inventor, gallows.nnd some to do debhil; but ro but such is the case. Years ago nn Lord bless 'em where eber dey are." so inventive genius devoted himself to Augusta Banner. CO discovering u method to prevent eggs The Comptroller of the Currency CO from cracking during the process of has decided to issue a new 85 National He solved tho problem by bank noto with a portrait of President boiling. pricking n pin hole iu one end of the Garfield. egg, through which tho air in tho w shell was allowed to escape, and this pinholo was duly patented according Stanford Female College. to law. rrcciscly now lie managed to rt ni.slery, but STANFORD, KY. tho fact remains that ho has u legal claim for royalty on every pinholo With a Full Corps of Teachers, mado iu an egg before boiling. m m 1 McEI-rofaint-hearte- II. Furlong, a lawyer of Springfield, ill., and Mrs. I'oynade, n very wealthy widow of Louisville, met for their first time at Hot Springs, Ark., and were in the same hotel n week. On parting, they each promised to consider the question of marrying, and, if of tho same mind at tho end of another week, to go to the Southern Hotel, St. Louis, to meet the other. Both were on hand at the appointed time nnd place, and the wedding was celebrated. Michael HUROEON DENTIST, STANFORD, KY. OBIce South aid, "Main Street, two door LEE F. HUFFMAN, the Mrcri Hotel. PnreNltroua Oxide Oaa admlnlaurod R. C. UOROAN, abore WOOL WANTED! c when SWHEfrom BratIrENTIHT. weeka Will be In Stanford two or Mondar. Dental rooma D. D S. ZtfUBirtfELLEY "Wool Want to buy 100,000 pounds of in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancaster and F. A. Jones at Kingston, Madison County. They will have a buyer HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. at Danville and Hustonville also. CI r. Sacks furnished on application. o o 2 --a 0 3 a v o O Q o o o C-- a p l"5 it! S- - o - 01 w j- o CD er IS ij SI CO W m & P in o o r p r- C H o d CO f a o P (72 CD CO t2 Q o CO o 0 ,6$ TIKIS ZKHEHSTT CTaHS" "Now, Tin: Taicoh's Dihcovkuv. then, Mr. Cashmere, aro you ever coiuc to cct those trousers done?" ex claimed a promising youth on hurried, ly entering tho establishment of his favorite tailor. "They'll be douo to morrow Bir' replied tho tailor, quietly. "That's what you said yesterday." "Kxuctly." "Well, isn't this tomorr"Well, not." ow?" "Certainly yesterday?" wasn't today to day?" "It was; but isn't "Well, when in creation will to morrow ou know, sir?" be, then?" "Don't "No." Do yon remember the last suit I made you?" "Yes." "You will remember that when I called for my money you always said you would I discovered tint to pay Do you undermorrow never comes. stand?" The youth sought tho street, and by tho geutlo slam ho gave the shop door, it wasquito evident ho did. I'uro alcohol is now prescribed by miiny physicians in preference 10 whisky, wino. beer, Ac. To use a standard alcohol is belioved to insure an accuracy of treatment which can not be had with urticlcs which contain tho spirit iu uncortaiu quantities. It is thought important not to dinguiso tho tasto of the alcohol in any way, iu order that tho patient may feel that ho is taking it us a inedlcino und not ns a bovcrugo. The followiug recliw for keeping machinery from rusting is worth noting: Tuko onohalfouuco of camphor, dwsolvo iu one pouud of melted lard, take oil' the scum uud mix in ns much duo black lead as will give it un iron color. Clean the machinery uud smear with this mixture. After '24 hours rub oil' with a soft liucu cloth. "Look hero, Bill Owens," said Bob; It will keep clean for mouths under "You and Fount For are mighty ordinary circumstances. good at bully-raggia jury, but you Judgo F. T, Fox nnd Win. Owens, Eki., tho former now tho venerable of Danville, the latter n distinguished lawyer of Columbia, Ky., each had n lucrative practice in Casey county, nud were acquainted with nearly overy man, woman, child, dog, and oven tho constables of tho county. On ono occasion, returning from a session of tho Court of Appeals at Frankfort, thoy met near Lawrenceburg, n Caey county constable, who had iu custody a crestfallen, seedy looking fellow, with his arms pinioned behind him, nud his feet chained under the belly of a "lien bit" mare. Said Owens, "Hclloo Bob ! Where are you going ?" "I'm on my way to the penitentiary with this ero chap for stealing," said Bob. "When was ho convicted," said Oiveim, knowing that tho t'nsoy Cir cuit Court hud not been in session for several months, "un no was convicted tho other day." "You must bo mistaken," replied Owens, there hasn't been n term of the Casey Circuit Court for four months." "Oh, Hell," says Bob. "We didn't convict him beforo Bridges, (referring to tho Circuit Judgo then in Commission), wo tried him before 'Squiro Jenkins, on Casoy's Creek." "Well," said Oweus, "this thing is ull wrong, mid you peoplo will got yourselves into trouble for false imprisonment. You had better turn him looso." "What for?" inquired Bob. "Why." replied Owens, "a Justice of the Peace has no power to sentence n man to tho penitentiary." o 1 ontl Somebody writes of feminine typetnoMMouUajr la Septemtwr lul. setters: "As a class, female printers aro diligent nnd worthy. They never ALL THE BRANCHES OP A 'sojor;' they never bother the editors for chewing tobacco; they never prowl THOnOUGHENGUSHCOURSE around among tho exchanges looking Are taught, a well u for tho PoliccQairtle; they never get TUB LANQUAQES. DRAW. themselves full of budge and try to MUSIC. INO AND PAINTINO. clean out rival print shops; they imver swear about tho business manager; MODERATE. they do not smoke nasty old clay In Tuition, prlrra range from 1i& to ISO Iu tti pipes; they never strike fur more pay; Intermedial! l"rlinarr, regular thoy do not nllude to editorial matter 130; Preparatory, l0, nd Collegiate, ISO. iu short, ns 'slisb' or 'hog.wash' For full particular, aa to Hoar ft. An., a.) .Ire. thoy nro patient, geutlo, conscientious Mllh. K. . IHI'MIKAKT, I'rlMdiMi and reliable. MnfM Mnrolo Co.. K, When the crowd rushed to the James house after the shooting, Craig sent one of his most trustworthy po He was taking n view liceiueu thero. ot the situation, mid happened to pick 8ucccioil to Daugkerty A Holme, up u sort ot purse that was lying 011 KENTUCKY, tho tablo iu tho room where Jesse lay. STAM'OKD, son of tho dead Tho soven year-ol-- MANvncrUBKr or man told the policeman to put it down. 1110 Ho paid no attention to lilm. Fine Carriages, Buggies, boy picked up n large revolver, cock it, aimed it at tho policeman nud said: "That is my mamma's; d n you put Thlaloitllutlon lla Twelltb Etaalon on ONE-PRIC- E CLOTHING HOUSE! an immense TERMS Opposite Myers House, has just stock of SPRING CLOTHING, BDDTS. IMI B&. SVASVOBB. received Of the latest styles, l: SiES, ITS Hi CAPS Daugherty&Hyde Trunks and Valises of all Kinds, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS, TIES, Also, a nice, assortment of LADIES'&MISSES'CUSTOM&EASTERNMADESHOES, Which we offer at prices that can not help but convince d GLOVES, PLAIN and FANCY SHIRTS. it dowi-nV- uifs A youth who attended n Scotch revival, for the fun of tho thing, ironically inquired of the minister "whether lie could work a miracle or not?" The young mail's curiosity was fully satis fied by tho minister kicking him out of the church, with tho malediction: "Wo can not work miracles, but wo can cast out devihd every unbiased mind that AND PHAETONS. The custom of this country is not to say n good word for auy mau while WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. he has life left iu him to appreciate Weiuanufaclur Carriage of (II description, of the eulogies given employing oulr it. 0 workmen and ualng e material, od Mil it reaaouatl tho dead would encourage the Hving only worsuiauiaipanu uiBicn.i cuu.Mi fill HADUlir.KTY A IIYHK. red by fifty per cent. no-hadrit-tla- aa Bril-ilaa- 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. - X -i -A. WE SELL GOODS CHEAPER K MT. TElt.lUJ ADTMlTmmHR. ascertained Bovle and the surrounding ! counties, with the exception of Garrard, who ha a candidate of her own, are largeOeoroktowjc, Aftil X7lli, 1882. lV.M.OH'ENN ly in favor of Judge Breckinridge. He jast avrwrj Is in lnJrn1ent tn.ll,tls for Attestor it ICY. I have the joy of reporting t report the brder of the Knight of Honor, KoekaitltOmntT, .VntiMl election. IMt. very happy and successful meeting, and of which he It Supreme Treasurer for the April 28, 1882 flourishing United Slates, m In a Friday Morning, the second week approaches Ita completion condition. JOHN W. IlKUItY !!! with a total of 182 confession for the soul to His nffiee of AsMT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. tsaeanitlilalt for EDITOR WALTON, W. P. and 47 anointed for healing. This to sessor of ItfiekeatllaeonnlT, AuiHttrleelton, last. . Sam. M. BurJttt. Editor. 1 Wednesday night inclusive. For whloh .T. The following marriage license h PRAISE TUB LORD. Aftkii a most unprofitable tession lxen Issued since last rrorl: Charle Th "break down"-t- he ! first of the Mlllufrn In Nancy J. Moore. of 148 ilayg, which cost the Stntosomo NTOJBK. ! , meeting, occurred last Sunday night, when Mr. J. I,. Joplin ha closed out hi K.Y., MT. $150,000, tho Legislature hat adjourn yv.r 25 confessed, many of them surprising slock of beer and proposes to sell no more Agency of Sonth-Ben- d Chilled Plows, cd nnd the members are again with cases. The subject of the discourse was llq nnrs. He will abide by the law. Avorys UASt and rjteel flows, uucieyo High wind prevailed all day Wed-datheir constituencies, who aro exceedKeannrs k Mowers, Sweepstakes Threili-n- s, the 2nd Advent of our Savior a theme There were several shower of rain Mitchell Iium Wagons, Now Home forbearing if thoy do not hold ingly that never fall to gather a harvest. The and considerable thunder and Jightnlng. Sewinp Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed A bill to Incorporate the Here and Cincinnati, Now Orleans & Toxas Paoiflo Railway Oo. them to tho strictest account and punItar LORD always set his seal of approSprings, among bation on this subject, which greatly con- Mt Vernon Turnpike Company ish them according to their desert, TIMK TAHI.K, the Isft act pawed by the late General firms the conviction that I am speaking even if it ba unto death. Tho cession, irv NEW SPRINS AKDJOMMER HILLINERT, MA.UeiI 1. IHMSJ. Though nothing haa lwen heard lately the mind of the Spirit, In the main, when besides being tho longest on record, MNNATI HtltJTIlKIlN IIAII.WAY DIVISION, It, R, Dave WilI warn my hearer of the speedy coming of the Kentucky Central Miss llBM.lt lli'iiilKsilmlres In Inform Ih Utiles wns a far greater failure than tho noI'liim Is ennstsnllr aasD CMiwaiTAHD. I atiu urwiJii. . of our JESUS to "receive Hi own." The liam 11111 firmly of opinion that the oflklsvlelnlty that ahs fptefullil STATION). anil Clncn'll how Hprts Rounds tone route will be adopted. He very liirnlsonit lint of torious grange Legislature of n few inllos NIlMKi Arrow. Dir 1 1. Summer Millinery, which shonrsto lhsutillf Dsjr Ka. aerom. iNlfhllla children's meetings have proved an enter- give nn reasons, however, for the faith st Terr low fl(iirrs. A mom her tutirul siock ol ing wedge, here aa elsewhere, to the change that I within him. years ago. They liavo simply done Trimmings sre all the latest leslin, Itn Iwllntftlis Stoam 4 00 ii m 7 M lira I.ro. Cincinnati 7 00a in 10 Ms n. Arr. . 50 pro 4 " (leorsTlowu VII " I.re. t III ' 7M " ijo The residence or Mr. J. L Whitehead rate, lesthellc flnvrra Hh his also a atlenilong lilt ' of lone and tongue on the part of the "old things that they ought not to those Ualnston , " 1011 " 7( II I li fi lerarluieflt, where Ihe (restest SIS 1010 ' " rllcholasrltls......,... " l a 17 " 1(0 folks." The "little fellows" or George- which haa recently undergone repairs nnd Is gltf n ! the rutilnj-- , Otllnit and making ?of all 11 07 p tn J 47 1M to have done, and havo left undono " ibn now klmlaofdre'tfs received a beautiful coat or paint. wzs aj " an ' sis ill ...... II 01 - " llliii ltrM,.. town are very sweet and bright. A " Htrrodtburf Junction... " 107 ,,,,., one of the prettiest places in town. Mr. thoso that that they ought to havo "lOi" rrs'iTin " Sfrlaiu 140 in IS io " feature of the meeting Is the Whitehead will rend photographs of the I 10 " Junction Cllr. na sjo lift i a; DRUGS AND GROCERIES. sag done, and there is no help in them. cordingly. ma KomerMt.... lOJsm l number of men of advanced age who have building to alt those young ladle for un s IVlnl I 17 " Hurnil.le....... ' ts ssi lu i . n. !L whom he I known to have tender feelings. have been weak, stuAsa body they M. Muektz, a German chemist has confessed the Savior. It Is very touching Snttetnoor an.! aft, r Ann. t, UH, I propose to sell only Ml Nearly Superior forOn ; S Ma in jftt, Drugs lloe.wood Mr stock "tci'ar. pid and cowardly. They have tried discovered that nearly all water con- to think of how many of these cases there Court Judge all the candidate for in thia ami esih or country protluracomilete, andol maiked "f S BprlncCltx ." (0 oi have some followers Urwerleils lull and IN " . aw figures, " IMrc. Io tho JZZZZ -to dodge every responsibility, and tains alcohol. Perhaps after all CapU are, all over the country, who are ready to county. The fact that Mr B. M Burdett, down hata th lowest esth theiu, or eonwquenily oI 10 34 i sw . I. . SH money for 7sj ' Arr. Chsllanoos--a such artletr mutt havo acted from beginning to end as if Henry only drunk a little too much welcome the good new that n simple ac- of Garrard. Is a near neighbor and a true prtslucoaa lean handle, such at lumber, limber, AtiAIIAMA llltKAi BilUrilliltN DIVISION. democrat, besides belnrf perfectly cotnwt-en- t stares and all thonroductsof thtfsrm and dslry, S p in Z Jvi Arr. SMa l.re. t hsliaaoKa.... they belonged body and soul to Black- Ohio river water, which after passing ceptance of Jesus at Savior before men is . for the office, will probably result In Ae Ae (lite mearall. i;. N. noon, I1! all that the LORD requires, Huw many ... I.'o sol . UMiu Ft nn.... hi getting the county's solid vote a first Shelby Clly, Ky. m a io" ...... burn. After much opposition, n reso- Cincinnati must surely be trebly im- aay, with " AllalTs .. ItS phi of injured surprise, "Why choice, an air ' lUruilpihim ... a vi ifi II Us tn oot Tusoalooos . ... lution requiring the Secretary of State pregnated. SSI .. Tht, tvason Is fslily upon u I could have taken that step anytime these itjs . Mr. Knt o Duildernx liuhiw to furnish a list of tho pardons and re" Utliiftlon 20 years, bad I only known the truth." A and the sound nf the axe mingle with the Lancaster street, crash of falling trees along the ridge. " Votk Gov. Blackiiurn told a reporter of striking case of this the presmissions granted under 8TANFOMD, - ICY., sort sample of a . -ins TSo""" Arr Mnldlin. .. !!!" Jl!'".. rons stoutly maintnin tho Louisville Post that he would not large class of similar ones: I met this Though many VICKMIUIKI AND MKlllMAM DIVISION. wft exhausted in this that all the ent administration was passed, but Is dally reeeltlng uew and beautiful Millinery " convene tho L?gislaturo in special ses week in Gov. Robinson, a venerable man county year ago, the supply continue to goods ol every dsserlptton and sferythlng tieeldlsn' f the Air. 40 1 INi hi; .r..r..". '1 2. jl0Mun 7" Ntwin.. not until each man that voted for it, . .... Islest styles and no la ly, who intends buying any. HI sion, and if he will stick to it, somo of of 82, and as grand a "gentleman of the hold out, and nearly a much bark will be thing in her lino should fall to eall on her rtrs-- l. ' i S It in II M pin ... had made a humble excuso to tho royal shipped thi year as In any former year. " 4 41 " . " ItrtBdon .. ... Til Prices at low aa the lowest. nt It Ihtnkfut for old school" aa one can find; feeble In body, his unpardonablo sins, and their The people nf the State will vote In put furors and hopes for their continuant. 7t 1M " IM Jstkssa tycoou for voting for it, and then g I 7S crystal in Intellect. I went August next on the proKsition to levy an " Oils I mi Mrs, Mollis Mjert has chsrt ol the H. . legion, may be partially but clear aa 7S Is necet-ar- y . they adjourn without forcing him to names aro out, supposing I should meet one difficult additional tax of two cents on the hundred to say Indtpirttnent, which la all that i I.ro.1 M' 770 M . .' Arr. regard lo It ...... forgiven. to persuade, but to my aitonishmeiit found dol'srs in order to make the per capita for obey that resolution. Our appeal for VirKSIIUItn, HllllHVKnillT AND imciiic division. colored children equal. Frienda white A hum unit of the democratic week- a fervent believer, and buld confessor of ol the and 77 2 40prnl . ..... Air II ttamiLro. VhasVurit an investigation of the Governor's Common School system everywhere PUBLIC SALEof BANK STOCK Delia .. i io i.ro iiapm ofler of lies refuse to support Henry, upon the Jesua as Savior. Yet this genllejian, like should teo that the tax is voted. Its Tsltottti 7sa low flung and under-hande-d Delhi.... many others, will perhasi never join a failure would hare lh effect to destroy the a as a lot ..... .1 On Saturday, April 20, 1882, an Arr. Msstroo I.. immunity to any one that might kill ground that they can not endorse tho I.ro. IM Church, because the growing prejudice of Common School. Besides, the tax I proof tho Committee, as per and ought to have been levied by the InSlanfsrd Ky., Utwoen 2 atit S m. I will J4llHon M'lITT, Vl I'mldenland Dro'l lin..r. Cls.lonsll, (). us, notwithstauding we stated tho a life time are not set aside in an hour. Legislature without submitting the proposDr.. tlnrlamll. II II Dnllhrsn. (Irn I'sts. Ait Al.. 111. HP. WIIsm. Ossi. Tsss. Ail. (In. ll to at adnilnlitralor of John hhankt, deemted, names of our witnesses and what we they terniit. Pou.l- - 1L, UbtttsMMsta, Tea ; I. Iisrrtir, ll.o. I'su Alt V A M I. II. Vl.ltl.uri, Mitt ; Jos. F. There are to many upon whom the incon- ition to the people. the highest bidder at public aiiclleu, irtmirr,(ien. I sss. aii. r ., o r. II. ll Motroo. I.t sistencies of Christiana and the jealousy of could prove by them, and were backed Time is slipping by and neither party HlXa,V-Ha2VJ3NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. MM.V1M0M the sects, with all ita denominational bick- seem to be in any hurry to "fix up" it up in our appeal by every paper of William Dudley, a well known yonnjr erings engendered by it, have produced a ticket for the county office to be filled in OfSlocV In The Ksrmers Nstlonil nnk of August. It may be that thtre will be no staudiugin tho State, wiu ignored man of Lexington, Ky., waft four.il deail In Onethtrotta llaio with tho prlillgtto (ho souring effect that they will never be able conventions, in which event wc shall have bkldcroftsklngSre. further than a little by a few memsecu. Credit ofSmonlht. Wednesday morning. to overcome. For this class of men I have a grand stake, with iw rlly required psrabieln Dond wllhappfocr.1 Itsnk, Ksrmers Nstlonsl bers. They were afraid to do what The nixty.tliird annirenary of Odd a growing sympathy, and while I ngiet slmmona for the winners and the devil to and tearing 6 per cent Interest front dsy of sale. yv.il. w t'.M'll, they knew to be their duty for fear that Fellowship in the United States was cele- that they do not go on, nnd trample down take care of the hindmost. Many friend of that polite and agreeable young gentle K-Administrator John Shanks, -- KC-A.S all such feelings in an earnest dcire to man, Mr J. B Fish, are endeavoring to it might rile the old loon unil prevent brated at many points Wednesday. Policeman and killed lend a helping hand to aainking, enfeebled him to make the race for County him from acceding to the petitions that A. J. I'ifl.ler, in Louisville wlien lie at- and almost apostate church, yet I can Jersuade He haa good running qualities, nearly every ono had for the pardon tempted to carre hlui up with a hatchet. well understand their position when I find excellent morals, ii a promising young STAXrotl) STRSkT of some favorite or client, which they The Apache Indians have killed orer that it takes all the charily I can muster, limb of the law, and, if elected, would efficient o flier. W years church alter - KENTUCKY. had been bribed to obtain. So be- forty persons In Arizonia in retaliation for five ofathese years spent membership and make an explanation of Oapt. Tom Henry LANCASTER.- - in the higher The cause of moral cowardice and to secure the banging of three Indiana at Fort Grant. christian life, to endorse the bigotry, nar- - I generally satisfactory. It turns out that and persecution I meet he only got drunk by accident This, it is JOHN T. HUHU.VS, 1'UOritIKTOK. The Supreme Court in banc at Washprivate ends, thoy refuso to investiington, decided to hear argument on the with among church members and minis- true, i bad enough, yet ifevery man in the gate charges against him, which could ters. It is too much to expect of a young Slate th.rt ever got drunk accidentally will A FIHST - CLASS HOTEL :i bill of exception! in the arch assassin's convert to go into a church where the miu-itl- vote for Henry, his majority will be bo proven sufficiently, not only to case Monday, May In arerr particular, Tht patronage ol tho publle 8. every Sunday will throw hot thot tremendous. It Is very strange solicited, and saiiiiicuoo gusrioicru. .1 I r isssssssssiPvl tH impeach him but land him in a has-tilinto the very gospel that saved him, and that such a devil of a row should have li Dr. John M. itriggs, cousin and disapprove the course of the man who has been kicked up over Henry's little spree, of the late Gov. Chas. S. More-heaGovernor Blackburn lias been law been the human Instrument of his Salva- and a good many people up this way are died in Howling Green yesterday, tion. guilty of a most shameful, cowardly ready to conclude that it was alt done be x Bot?fltLLT I will say this: Let the minister and causo the ton of Morgan was a mountain and dirty outrage against a private aged eighty fouryear. We took the man Henry aa we did churches heartily unite in these meetings man. JIul, whatever the reason, Henry Main St., .Stiiiiforil, ICy. citizen, who has offended him by crit-- " Rlackbtirn, uKn the recommendation of a and cease to oppose the gospel and the ha promised not to do it any more. It is man who preaches il; and then there will a good promise make, and every demoicising his course, and the Legislature convention, and hare been deceived in be no complaint of converts not joining crat of the State to ought to express hi con- JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. is particcps eriminu in tho matter. both. Union Local. My hearty-desir, is to build fidence in the Captain's keeping by voting the churches. find them, wish for him. We can stand it however, if the GovThe Governor of Tennesnee ha re- up all the churches aa ing, It Is true, that they wero belter, but One of our brightest and ernor and his friends can, conscious ceived a proposition from holders of State only glad to take them as they are, and ing democrat in the Slate I roost promis- OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Hon. W. C bonds praising to compromise the debt a Owens, of Georgetown, late Sneaker of the lend a helping hand lo increase their that we are fully sustained both by 92.00 sixty cents on the dollar. and lift the standard of piety. How House of lt'presenlittive. lie is a man of the press and public, while he stands at In fulfillment of the contract with often thia desire is frustrated by the suici- fine personal appearance, a good speaker, a Accommodation to Commercial Special in the attitude of not only inviting, Mihone, the President has nominated Col. dal folly of churches and ministers them- ready parliamentarian, always Travelers. but offering to pay for murder and John S. Wine to be United States Attorney selves. But I will also say this, which I ed, and as courageous a he" is Though somewhat reserved in his lately said, in substance, to a clerical for the Hintern District of Virginia. violence. friend, (I have a few of that sort) in an- manner, he Is, to those who know him Baggage Transferred Freo of Charge The last batch of Gen. O rant's frienda swer to his fervent appeal to me to exhort well, genial and big.liearted. Ho is a can Ju8T a few minutes before the late provided with foreign soft places receive young converts to join tome church, if didate for Congress against Hon. Joe I have recently taken charge of this house worthless Legislaturebreathed its last, salaries aggregating possible, every time 1 preached. I replied Blackburn, and Is dead sure to disappoint $45,000 a year. Father and intend to have jiolitl-ciaset this, because the I can accommodations. Secretary Blackburn rushed in with a Taft gets the fattest take $12,000 a year. not bear not doMany are repelled weak can thosj whogreathim down a a small are for many solid people A by every it. badly prepared report of the pardons John L. Sullivan, the champion prize mention of church joining, and I may not him, and the present brilliant member Ta- from the such burden bear. extending over less than half of the fighter, his been sentenced to three months lay on to freta because they can notconfessed I "foeman AshlandofDistrict will find him a worthy many who his steel" before the used e gubernatorial term, alleging as au ex- imprisonment in the Boston under my preaching did not join the fight ha progressed very far. for an assault and battery committed in a church;. Is said that a recent act of the LegIt I no longer repine at this, not cuse for his failure, to obey the order because I do not fervently wish they may, islature repealed the amtndments- to the saloon row. of tho body, that he had not the time because I more and more see that prohibitory liquor law of this county, and Dr. George T. Donnally, a dentist of but nor tho clerical force sufficient to get Georgetown, stopped eating In order to re- through my ministry a large class is reach- left the law at originally enacted, total E. II. BTJRNSIDE, ed, who but for it would have never taken prohibition. In spite of Ibis report, the up a full report. This was bad enough, duce hi avnrdupois, but on the ninth the one needful step of confessing Jesus with one exception, con This Old Woll - Known STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE, but when a reporter for a daily paper day irflamalion of the atom ach set in and LORD." If they do not take a second, I tinue to do busintts. iSow whether the Hotol Still Maintains its IlEALKH IK am sorry, but thank the dear LORD that law is a good one or not, the writtr is not went to the clerk to get a list of the he died in great agony. High they have taken one, at least, and that the prsptred to say: but it ought certainly to A passenger train on the Cincinnati AND most imortant of all. Surely if they lie enforced. If it it a goo-- law, every pardons given, lie refused to allow Seeds, Southern rrilroad was ditched by a misis a another will be the Proprietor is him to look at them, because of the placed awilch, at Lexington, Ky Wednes- never takeThese men that is inestimably body one. the way better off for II; if It it to Its Shall be SecondDetermined that who never join had to make It odious blessed. to no Country it silliest of all pretexts, that it might day morning, making a bad wreck. En- churches are not lost thereby, if saved by enforce it. It was pissed "at the instance Hotel in tho State in its Fare, confessing of JesuV name. Their use- of the Representative and Senator from the Appointments, or Attenhurt the feelings pf tho Governor. In gineer Dri'coll was killed. fulness may be crippled, but let us thank thi district. If they did not represent tho tion to Comfort of The Senate haa passed the bill appro- the good LORD that they get to heaven wish nf their constituents in having the our innocence of tho ways of the royal their Uueits. crowd now in power, wo had imagined priating $5,000,000 to the improvement of And let us never forget that they have law passed, Ihty are responsible fur th s Ugicage n III be coarejed to ssd from tht depot The much reason to hesitate in going into a failure to do so that the report was to be made for the the Mississippi, and $1,000,000 for the im- church where the ministry is cold and for- ought to look at this matter tensiblr; close free ofeharge. fcpeclal accommodstloas to provement of the Missouri, to be expend lol'omMerrlalTrartlers. The llsr nlllb mal, and the rank and file of the member- up their hoii'es and give ns local option benefit of the public, and we can ac- ed alwa sapnlied nltli tht choicest under the (supervision of the Mississip- ship is rent by internal jealousy and strife. pure and unadulterated for a while. brands of Manors tad Cigars. count for Clerk Turner's arrogance pi River Commission. What can a jioor babe do that is cast upon he was chilonly on the hypothesis that The question of levying a tax of two the bosom of a frozen mother? Oh oboying the orders laid down by tho cents on the $100 for the purpose of equal- dren of the living Godto"walk in the light" give to them that and ye shall have grand Mogul himself. The simple izing the school funds for white and for lack, and fulfill the blessed design of the confession of tho Secretary that in colored children in Kentucky, will be vo- dear Savior in appointing you a church, ted on at the August election and ought to where the strong support the weak, the more than a month's time ha was un be old counsel the young, and all "bear each TheLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY carried by a big majority. others burdens and to fulfill the law of uhlo to make moro than half a report A Si. Louis woman, aged twenty-eigh- t AM) SILVEKlVAIli: Christ. So mote it be. Ever in Jesus. of the pardons alone, not to say any- years, wife of a traveling talesman, mother Geo. O. lUitNrn. -- NT I Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Olocks and thing about the thousands of remis- of three children and of respectable conBOYLE COUNTY. Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. W.A.GO sions, of fine and forfeitures, is surely nections, has left her family and run away Danrille. enoughito damn the present executive with a boy not seventeen yean of age, Bon Last Tuesday in the lower end of the of a "bucket-shopproprietor. in the eyes of every law abiding man, county Win. Buller was shot and dangerx Oscar M. Garrett, acquitted In county, Indiana, of complicity in ously wounded by Chas. White. Butler Is if anything wero wanting to complete the murder of John M. Walton, near St. a bad egg, and hat been In tiouhle frethat feeling. Tho democratic party Paul, and rearrested on the charge of ar quently before. Chas. Christopher, who accidentally HUE in Kentucky is fast on its road to son, waa taken out o( jail at Greentburg, DE3C 31- 3NT OF. colored tho devil, when such men as now early Monday morning, aim hanged to a demolished tome of hitJohn Cowanbrethren, and inon Saturday assaulted tree. seem to be running tho State aro alThe First National Bank of Daven-por- t, flicted a severe wound an John's head with Iowa, the first in the United States a rock. Charles was arretted and fined Tst.es tlil.oppi tjinl of thanking hit patiout lu htanfurd and r'dnllr for their liberal luppoil, and lowed to cut such fantastic tricks as nopoa to retain It, - lit liaa selected a tbli early In I ho seaton, btrurs being culled under the National Banking Act to eo $20 and costs. Blackburns, and if they are to into bu'inexs, has decided to go Into liquithe Bishop Dudley, of the Episcopal ortr, and It continue, then tho sooner it reaches its dation In order to lesume business under Church, paid hit annual visit to this parish having expired thia week and preached to large audience destination the better. Wo are be- a new rharter, the old one s on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, Fioia His belt f r'ortl(ii Mskera TUej will be cut and mads la by limitation. itIt. lilt motto It- :coming sick and disgusted with such Cutting and Repairing uestlj and prouiptlr dons "To Excel." It la reported that Senators Drown and On Wednesday night he administered the right of confirmation to five persons. He Hill, of Georgia, are talking of resigning doings. on account of 111 health, in which event left yesterday for Harrodaburg. Un Thursday last a uommtltee or distin- Governor Colquitt will fill one vacancy Sojiu of our Boyle county citizens wis appointed to with Judge M J. Crawford, of the Suguished themselves for one thiug, preme Bench, the other with General Hen- visit Louisville and in company with Committees from Washington and Nelson some for another, and somo did not ry K Jackson, of Savannah. The Supreme Court of Indiana haa counties to confer with the authoiitlea of distinguish themselves at all, but it decided that the law which provided for the Louisville, Chicago and New Albany , t( lIuvuJiiMt received hiiiI will Keep coiiMlmitly on liuml it fresh 1 was left for our old friend, Ben l'her-igo- , the iiavment of a hundred dollars to sol It, It , with a view of securing the pasaway line of Ihu cliolcetit new the llie bonds who enlisted of Garrard, to take the bakery as diersbeen issued forin counties where boun- through road counties tonamed oi with the connect branch that it had the payment of BTJQO-IBthe highest kicker in the IIouso. He ties, Is unconstitutional. This decision Cincinnati Southern It R r, Mow ens, IIuj-ItHkeIfeiiperri, can difceouut without half trying, the wipe out all clalais for county bounties In Hon. It, J. Breckinridge, of WashingSulky IMowh. (Jriilu iFtillK, ton county, rho it a candidate for Judge famous female kicker in the Soldene that State. CiilllviUorM, JlnrrouH, . rii..Nliollern, meeting of the Democratic State of the Sueiinr Court In this, the second At a Troupe and pivo her two feet in the MruivC'iilterM. IIhj' 1'rewieH, Threnh- April 21, 1882, district, was In town yesterday. Judge liiK Miu'liliiOH mill KukIhcm, game. The Louisville Pott't Frank- Central Committee, held was appointed, Breckinridge report tint he ha visited the following committee fort scribe says, he can staud flat with authority to call a convention to the counties of Russell, Wayne, Pulaski, And otlcr Implements and Maclinery. We lu; exclusively from Mannfaoturen. d direct, for caih, Id lots, and consequently obtain the l&rgeit ditconnt sad footed and kick an object 18 inches nominate a candidate for Jud gvahip of the Casey and Adair, and other counties of the All r which they will Qoodi at Beasocablt Prices lowest rates of freight. Oar motto ii i First-clahigher than his own head. This will Huerinr Court from the second Superior old 8th Congressional dlstilct, and that he the Beit is alwaji the Oheipest" Bespectfuliy, has everywhere met with the most be very gratifying intelligence to the Court District Thos. II. Sherley, of offers of support. It Is hi pur- Iewla Baldwin, nf Jet. Stanfoid.Ky. people of Garrard, who will rejoice to famine; Chairman; Johnson, of Nelson; GEO. D. counties of the new Sylvester iKwe to visit all the f hear that their haudsome .tf..itst ClItKKN V UIXMAMN. tilis. They tire hIho hkciiIh for Ihu hhIu of MhHIukIj'h Mipcrler W. Is. HITIIKHN, i imi John Whipps, of Casey, Joseph Barbour, superior isjun umui-- t ait.i Al Manager Laucatttr Utpot, Uauttn llutloarlllt excelled in auy thing at all. ough canvass of them. So far at oan be uooieu wowum mm laniM. of Henry. Stmi-MffH- u gnfcriorlournal STANFORD, -- Sr.NATon John I). 1'oor.E, A Lob-anowho by tho way, has Averaged away up with tho best men in tho Senate, had a very excellent law pas8cd(f)just beforo adjournment Mon day. It prohibits under a fino of not lets than J20 nor moro than 8500 any person from calling nut "Colonel" on any street of tho towns nnd cities of this State. In this day of cheap military titles given by tho Governor for somo personal favor cither in the past or to be rendered in tho future, tho Senator has very wisely considered tho danger that such a call would in many instances crcato, by the turning of tho heads on n street, of thereby causing the owners to either break their necks or collido with such forco against another pedestrian as to knock his brains out. The law took effect on its passage, and wo now givo full warning so that every body can tako notico and govern himself acn, nine-tenths "PRAIS-- Ttt a i LMS, mt . WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER BEAUTIFUL STOCK E. VOWELS' VAMISWY Cheaper Than Ever Before McRolierts fe Stagg's. '.PPKC'l' Mantua-Makin- 411 Ji .... - I, 1 c Isnrll't.j...... .... ... op, DO '""' .. ., .. , 1--- tw" 111 ... tan-bar- IZZ zz ' tan-bar- k ri . . !.. . ., I . Mantua-makin- . W-s- SO-- "whito-washing- " . Slsn-for- ld W, H, HICfGKfB THE- lEIttttlNS JIOIISK! GENUINE MAYFIELD Water Elevator. er U-- fl:' ,:'UV'k e. brother-in-- ST.ASAPHHOTEL Dostroys All Wator Insects; Draws Fresh Water from U'JTBtHi . e I nuni-ber- BOARD, PER DAY. tom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not! Freeze. Foulest Cistorns Mado Pure uy This Elevator. Iff OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. first-cla- ss n. work-hous- MYERS HOTEL, Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be ken Back. - saloon-keeper- STANFORD. KY. Propr. and Reputation, GEO. D. WEAREN, Wool, Orchard Grass J Grain, and other saloon-keeper- PENNY & McALISTER, jp 8PEIWG M "7S7Jk.C3c S3, TS. Jen-ning- H. G. RUPLEY, O NXAKFOISI), 33 i. T T JS. I KY., Srit-clas- 3 3t, a- Comprises everything that is ItiTew, H'AIistovftndfldM 1" GrocerieSjConfectioneries, FAMILY SUPPLIES, at tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. S .A-IST- Nt'lf-IUiulc- carriages, n, ss Curu-lMiiiiler- car-loa- Lou-lavill- e, Soil WEAREN, law-mak- ms m StinMfttfthlB Friday Morning, L, 3, nicrior3oiirna( A !'. Canned Nnnnellev'. Furs line of ginghams and good 1 lower than ever at HU at lawn P. Owsley's. -- April 28, 1882 r. boxes Oowan A Burner's received at Halo A Ntinneller's. Fifty sospjnst N. L OCAL TIME CAM). rtiMfgn Iraltit " " ItUY North.,.. Hoolh... 12 41 . at. 2 00 Mn, J. P. Doty and wife, of Garrard, have just opened a grocery and provision store at Kichmond Junction. LOCAL NOTICES. of I'enny A MeAllaler. Nick lint of 1)1 r J CagM at A. OntUj'. Fnnut car IJarrel Lime jmt rtctlrcil A. Osral. Gaaollne ut it lVnnj ft Doan'r McAIUterV Nisw fitnck of Jewelry ml Sllmnaro at Vtnnj A MeAllilerV Watch km, Clocka and Jewelrf repaired and warranted by Penny A MoAlister. J. II, A 8. II. Kiianks are receding and openlnt a lot of men'a aeil lioya clollilno;. and 2 for-Yow will Bnd llio bent cent cigar In town it Penny A McAlia-ter'a- . Paint, Mm Hem.e HiHiiir will have some trimmed good whMi she invite the ladle to call and see to morrow (Saturday). The beautifully dresed i window Willie (I Dunn sold Messenger Girl toll F. Klndlg, Little York, Pa, for $200, and tiaded Itomeo and Mamie I)., to Harney Crosscn, of Phlhdelphin, for Pari Maid, bred lo Mrtrcnger Chief, sent to II. C. Mock' from Philadelphia, for I list purpose this Spring. Prl Msld has trotted in 2i29 and ha a yearling colt by Messenger Chief, that Mr Crcsicn ha refused $000 for. He say he would give $250 for every weanling oolt that Pari Maid foal OARRARD COUNTT. WATNE COUNTT. Monticello. j Lancatttr. Geo Hlgglnbolham I a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democracy. I am authorited lo announce Hiram Uothwell, a candidate for Slier Iff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the of K 74-te- P. Owsley' establMiment I the handiwork of Mr. James T. Carson, of A. It McCown A Co, Philadelphia. They show a grest iletl of Issle. IX tliooe Indebted to tlie firm of A DinMertr and Kefrrance, A Co., will pleaae call and fettle. Til tlock of J. II. AH ll.Hliantaia now complete with beautiful styles of Hprlng Goods. If you don't Itcllere Itjiut call on them and tee. We 're jnst recelr Ing and opening n large lot of Zetgler A llroa.' LulW and Children' Nlioea fur Spring and Summer weir. J. II. A 8. II. blianka. A Dint-der- Under the new charter n ow In force, the Marshal I required to arrest any party misbehaving at night and put him In Jail without warrant or millmut. Young bloods from neighboring town bad better paste this In their hats; it may save them a great deal oT trouble. PERSONAL Mr. amd Mm. John 8. Owai.r.v went In LouiiTille Tuesday. UAftt CiiAHi.r.v Tuiinwj, of the I.. A N., Iiaaput ill under obligation for many fa for. -- Mw Warren. Jur.irr flii.r. and of Latictaltr, C. Km.a nre gtiesU of Mrt. It, Wat-hok- , Una. Hawkim IIkown and Ki Ai.. of on UN, of Hustonvlllc, occupied tes.1 honor at the Hig A, laat night. piolntment of Mr. J. 8. Lin ney to the l'osttiiaatersliip of Danville, l very gratifying to bl friend here. I.KWli lUl.liwiN, Eskj , of JeMamlne, I the Chairman of the Democratic Con grrsslenlt Cuiumlttes In thin, the 8th I)i It was rumored here yesterday that the Kentucky Central had bought the d Ilranch and would establish their Itound'houte and workshops at the Junction here; that the L. A X. to avoid a had determined to conflict of Interest remove their shops lo Crab Orchard, and had already sent a hundred hands there to commence work. Upon investigation we found that the first story originated in the fact tint the President and other officers of the K. O. had passed over the Ilranch ami viewed It with a critic's rye, and that llio last originated In the brain of a would lie Mulhattan. There I evidently some ground for the reported sale, for the L A N. has toped repairs on the Ilranch and ordered all the iron soattered along the line lo be collected and hauled oil Later A dipatch from Ilichmond. states that the rale ha bsrn effected, the IC C. pecplo paying $500,000 for the 31 miles. It is also said that they have bought the Three Fork It. It Hlch-mon- MARRIAGES. a thrifty young merchant of llrodlissd, and Mis I!elti A. Mcltoberts, the amiable and allectiunate daughter of Mr George T. Mcltoberts, were united in marriage by MfM. J NO. J. MoKollEHTH AND W. It. Fid. Jo. Ilillou, in the presence of a MoIIobeht returned with the Dr. to Lib- large crowd of invited gursl. After the erty, Tuewlar, to try their luck a fisher-me- ceremony, an elegant dinner waa partaken in the riglng tlream known a Green of and then the young couple left by train for the groom's home. May peace, plenty rtrer. Ml! J, 8. Iluinrxmka ui to correct and happlnersalway attend them. the atitement that be la un hit way to RELIGIOUS. Itockcaatle Springs. He will not go there Kid. J. G. Llvingtton will preach at before July, and in the mean lime propo1111 Gap next Sunday morning and se to vlalt all hit old customers. Tile annual alumni addreiu at the ap- night. -I- ter. W.T. Tyree will piesch at the proaching commencement of the law department of the Unitrrnily of Lciuitvllle, Preshrterian Church, Huatnnville, next will be dellwed by Mr. Jaroea 0. GWens, Sunday at 1 1 A. M. Itev. Green Clay Smith will commence of thlt city. Mr. (iirena latlie youngett protracted meeting at Klrkavllle, next aluninut who ha ever had thia honor Monday night, May 1. Lou Commercial. awarded to Mill. Klder W. L Williams will priach at LOCAL MATTERS. the Christian Church, Stanford, next Sun day morning and night. "Sue la a nice girl, but the'a ihin." There wilt hi no preaching at the good at K P. II hank new Ilneofttraw Presbyterian Church Sunday, as Mr. Ow.ley'a. lis gone to the Presbytery at Camp- at belltvllle. GERMAN Millet and Hungirlan The foundation of the new Christian W.lI.IIIgKtna Ilelum Church at Turnersville, was commenced Ixmtt A miall Topax Pin. this week. This i the result of the pro to College and be rewarded. tracted meeting held In the school-housWe'll have thethop at Kichmond there lat Fall by Klder Shouse, when subJunction, and don't you forget it. Hoopla! scriptions were first taken. i.i. n Dr Itedford, a Methodist TllltEK IIUNDIirn THOUSAND IlllICK fol minister, In forty B re vear has witnessed Stanaale. Apply to Henry Ilaugliman, the conversion of six Ihotmnd soult. Of ford. that numlier only three were eighty years Coal. T. T. Davie it now telling old, nine were seventy, twenty were sixty, Laurel coal at 1 1 and Piue Hill at 12 unit about fifty were fifty, and about one hull- delivered, drtd were forty. Don't forget that Willie Severance It The series of meetings at the Second daily freth tupply of flower at Presbyterian Church closed Monday night, lilt father' residence. and Dr. Gncrrant left Tcatcrdar for Dan vtlle. During the meeting there were ltwiiI.JJINO next Sunday, the Cincinnati fifty and sixty profession. Some will run two through train dil Southern iing ovtr thirty new member were id ly, Sunday included. led to the Second Presbyterian Church Monday will be County Court, and Laat Sunday there were nine additions to when you atart to it don't fall to put $2X0 the First Presbyterian Church, nine to the in your old pant for u. H.il'tM and seven to the Methodist Church Lebanon Stsndard Mk. J. T. IIahhih ha freth full for tale LAND. STOCK ANOWOP. twice a week Wednesday "nil Salurdav, -- G. W Alford sold to Crit Smith a it hi meat anil provision More. The Lincoln Mill will do custom pair of mule for $2S0 McAllster A Hrigbt, aitcnt for the grinding on Tuendajr, Thursday and SatStanford Woolen Mills bdtight 1,000 lbs. each week, until further notice. urday of wool this week at 25 cents. Hale bougdt CO Land Sale. Mr. The proprietor of Lincoln Mills wa nt acre pf land near town, lielonging to the to buy 500 or GOO barrel of corn, for which I G0 per acre. unim- they will It Craig heir at pay the highest market price. proved. Mr. John Ilright clalina to have a cow To Wool. Ghowkiw. We want to buy that give 12 gallons of milk a day, but 100,000 pound of wool. It will be to Mr. Sid Myers says never mind what he your intereat to see u before disposing of say. Mr. Jo. Haybourne, of Wishing ton, your wool. McAlUter A Ilright, Ag't. sold to Winter Ilrewer, of ltoyle, for de Stanford Woolen Mill. livery next November, .15 held of shipA HAIN itorm that amounted atmot to ping cattle, at 5 cents per pound gro. a water ipout pamed over a narrow atrip C. II. I.CI011 sold laat week at Planters of country about two mile from town, House, Louisville, hi crop of tobacco, Wednesday. Hail and brilliant lightning consisting of 51,000 pound. He got $12 accompanied the storm, and some consid- 25 per hundred for traxh, $17 2 for medi erable damage was done. um grado and $11) for the beat. Winches Tan IlAltic, A considerable ituantity of ter Sun. Winchester Court A good crowd Tan Hark It now being shipped from here. J. M. Wray has a contract to furnish a In attendance; about 700 head of cattle nn Cincinnati party 125 cords, and ha shipped the market, sold at 4 to 5 cents; calves, $20 about 25 of them. The price there ranges lo $30; yearlings, $25 to $35; common scrubs, 3 to 3 ceutt; horte, $20. to $50; from $12 to $1 1 per cord. mules, $75 to $125; milch cow, $35 lo $15. Col. W. O. Wklch, Trustee, tells us We call attention to the advertisement that he has taken step to secure a deed at of Win. Harvey, Kj. He is agent for the next sale of Crab Orchard Springs, the celebrated Aultman-Taylo- r Threshing which will occur probably In July. Iu the Machines, acknowledged to be the best on meantime he proposes to open the place the market. He ha at Danville an infur the reception of guests and lo run It voice of these machines, with which he red hot. will give practical test for the benefit of Johnny Mouton'h Bio 4 is tliuply im- the farmer of this section on next County mense, and the verdict of the audience Court day. In Cincinnati the cattle market I who enjoyed its three hours of solid was that It was the bett uilnttrel strong and brisk at $3 tofl for common; thow ever In 8lmford. The tinging and $5 50 to $0.70 for good to choice butdiera; dancing were good, the joke and sketches good shippers, P) to $7 25; feeding tteers, new, and In fact there was not a weak point $5 to $0; good to choice cow and heifers, The Inimita- $5 CO to $0 50. Hog continue to rise, llest In the entire entertainment. ble closinir scene was exceedingly funny shipper, $7 35 to $7 85; fair to good packand will cause many a laugh for days to ers, $0 70 to $7 25; common, $5 50 to $0.25 come. We unhesitatingly recommend the Sheep are in fair demand at 4 lo 0 cent Iltg 4 a not oulr gentlemen, but artists of for common to choice unthoru, clipped culls, 3 to 3ct. Lambs, 7 to I) cents. very decided ability, n y e m trlcL here WedCol. W. O. IIiiaulkv w nesday, returning from Iondon. Me fail-e- d to fell bit coal lands, but llilnka he hi them In a fairway to lie disused of. Fiiith MoItoiiEiiTH Mr.JerryFrllh, Democratic parly. Joseph Dunn, the Garrard county weather prophet predicted the coldest weather of the season for the 27th and 28th of this month The candidate for county ollicea are keeping the roads hot. A fat harvest for the (loiter and a lively time in the republican convention may he expected, Monday w horse show day. Among the number was Illack's Hamhletonlan; ltobtnon' MeMenger; Alford' Scretmer, and two Norman, The last seem lo be growing in popularity. McCreary w Gov here Monday, mixing willi hi many friend. This roun ty stood by him handsomely In hi race for Governor, and should he become a candidate for Congress as 'tis intimated, lie will have a good following. Hi order to close out their canned goods, Geo I). Ilurdett A Co ofier for the next thirty days Yarmouth Corn, per Standard Tomatoes, dozen, $1.C0; Apricots, $150; 2 lb. do, SI 20; Pine Apples, Ac, in prrorlion. Sugars, Coffees, Teat, and Queensware, much lower tlun elsewhere President Ingall, of llio Kentucky Central, with several of Ilia Directors, passed up In Kichmond Monday. J. II. Johnston his gone lo Ltlunon to engage In the cjnl bilalnes. Cipt. Geo. Iloberta, one of the best conductors employed by the L A N. ha been promoted to a pas senger train between Louisville and How ling Green. Fletch Oriy tske hi place on the Itichmond Ilranch, Ffelch la no slouch. Btyantuille. Horn, to the wife of N. Grimes, a son, Leonard Johnston. The Aid Society met at Mrs. William Ilerkele's Isst Saturday. Leonard Johnston sold a iiiIIk cow to Seymour Toinlinnon for $2 '. A negro man named Hughes, was found dead on the farm of Henry Ttrrill. Mr. W. L. Ilurdett, son of Mrs. Edna Uurdett, of this vicinity, whose marriage was recently announced, ha been eltcted City Attorney of Paris, Texa. Thorna Moore' meat bouse wa en tered the second time a few night go,and six large piece of meat abstracted. It. M. Jones also hal his melt house robbed of 14 piece of meat. Dr. Cirpenter and wife of Stanford, were visiting Mrs Jjme I! Leavell. Mrs. I. M, Dunn hai returnfcl from a visit to Lebanon. Mis 1. lira Dooms, of Crab Or- clurd, is visiting her sitter, Mr. Peyton Mrs. Hsselden is improving. Parrish. M in Klin Francis, of Madison county, it at It D. llillard's. Master Frank Dunn, of Indiana, is at his grandpa's, uncle Josh Dunn's. J. F. Holdam waa a gueat of your correspondent, Suoday. PULASKI COUNTY. The recent warm rain have revived vegetation wonderfully. Whett, grasaand vegetable have made n fresh atart, and will toon regain li time lost in the Faster blittard. Several bunches of cattle from South of here passed through latety lo blue gra. They resemble the stock that figured In the second part nf Pharoah' dream greatly more than the first n we remember the chronicle. We observe some Mir in the walnut lumber market. An agent of some Iloston companies wa here Inspecting lumber a few day ago, ITeir that tome changed hands, but the "figgers" aro generally private In that kind of transactions. The scattered condition of our Democratic County Committee ha prevented any movement In the direction of adjusting the claims of the virion aspirant for office till year. Think It would be well for the Slate or District Committee to appoint a new board ind let Ibe chaotic condition of thing that now prevail be set right early as ponsible. Levi T. Taylor, the oldest inhabitant of the county, passed to hi final rest laat week, Had lie lived to the present week he would have reached hi 103d annlver-ssrHe wa a man of splendid physique, and while not totally abstemious, was generally regarded n of temperate habit. In hi latter days he lived with hi children and grand children, free from the earn of life, at least o far a providing a livelihood by hi own effort were concerned. To this way, in a large measure, he attributed hla extended longevity. Quite a number of boarder at the Hardin House were attacked with gastrointestinal symptoms last Sunday night and Monday morntnr. Various reason and cause were given for tlieiymptomi, prominent among them I the use of an impure article of flavoring extract In some float used at dinner on Sunday- - We suspect that the more rational solution of the matter is that Mrs. Hardin cast about her, and got up a pretty square meal that day, and a that is rather an unusual circumstance, at least in private circle this off year, the hoarder foundered themselves; anyway they are all on their peg again ami ready for another dinner next Sunday. ShW AlimiTISKHKITK. BRUCE, PENNY & - McALISTBR bKALta 3 WARREN & CO. DRUGS, ROOKS, STATION KUY& FANCY ARTICLES. I- K- vsmmM mass Th Ih New Mill, containing (ho IhIchI hiiiI PhysltUns' Prescrlptlona tcturately t mroimded Fhermaeentleal Prepsrallone especially MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY In now In full opcrallon. Wo will scriml for ciiHtoincrx, for llio prcucnl, on Tiicmlay, Wcl iicntlnj', TlmrNtlH-- , I'rlilH' hiiiI SHturtlH)-oTcHrl- i week, hhi! en CeurMHjH hiiiI all oilier public (Ihjh. Wo hoIIcII a liberal Miarc er palreiiHEO anil will oiulearor lo rItc entire MiitUfHcllon. For matmlnclttrliii; incnl hiiiI Hour, AltrajN on hniul ami for mile. IIIrIichI eitstli price pnltl Tor Corn, Wheat, . Order left at Mill promptly ntlendetl to. l-c- Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, jJIcAIjISTEU B-5T sA; SALINE. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! B. K. Itlain sStrcet, WEAE-EN- , - - - Stanford, Ky. I s1 w mid will continue p CD S o M i- R. 11. Wcnrcii, imtl TJiidcrtuking the Furniture business at the siuue stand, in the St. Asujili Hotel building. I will Keep a lull stock of Furniture of every description and sell at figures that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Robes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by lelogriijili promptly nttrmlcil lo.i B. K. WEAKEN. I have bought out my brother, IXIIl 8ALK. -- A fine Milk Cow, iItIdj a quantl-- J Aplyal this office. Spring Races.Ky. Association AT LEXINGTON, KY. Monday, Mty 8th, Tuenlay, May 2iJ, Wnliinday, llsy 3rd, Tuesday, May 9th; WeUneiJsy. afsy lOth; Thursday, Msy 4lh; Thursday, May I lib. Friday, May Slh; BaturiliT, May Cth; Three Usees Lseb pay. KOIIINKO.V. Jr., President. J.ItissicKs, Bec'y Kiskk tf&H SB'S ii r -s ai E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Flno Btook of Consisting of AND BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a NIco Lino of r. IVOTI03E l'rnwot wishing to eituilne AULTMAN-TAYLOR ! M t complete PU - Threshing Machine Establishment ng Engine, are With Traction or Slf-Prorto call on V W 8MILKT, DtDTllls, Ky. In the urclisMot this Engine Ihethermen sit a large outlay for teams, the larmers lo feed. a hrirVi c- I am opening daily a Full lino of tbo Boat Goods in tho Markot, to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and oxumlno. TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. E. K. CUCNAULT. -- CARPETS,OIL CLOTHS a TRUNKS AT DANVILLE, MAY 15, 1882, JOS. SEVEKANCE. P. B. EDMISTON. County Court day, I will glr s prsctlcsl workings and merits of lb Engine. Orders solicit d. Somerset, April S3, 'SI. WJf. HARVEY. S3PJKIIVO- MitJ. A. E. IIIOILIIIDS, Of LouliTlllr, Is a candidate for Superior Judge In thlslhsM District, tuhjettto the action of the Democracy. ANNOUNCEMENT! -- JtiilCO It. J. HKECKINKIDGE It. Sf. la a candidate lor Judge of Superior Court, subject to the action of the Democracy. Election, ant Mondsy la August. 7 QpO ItUItDETT, betii Eubanks Station. Mrs. Kinnia Hill of color die.! of consumption at her home in Fishing, a few days ago. Mr. Jennie Padgett, a lady much advanced in years, died at her son's, J. A. Psdgclt', one diy last week. At a quarter to two Moiulty night, Mr. Adam Surlier, an old and much rrspected ritizen, calmly breathed his Ut. The sympathy with the family of the entire community thus bereft of u kind and indulgent tin Ofljuimter, Is a candidate for Judgs of ths Supreme Court from th 2d district. Subject to the oS.H action of the democracy. ROOMS AND BOARD. Oood rooms and eicellent board In ths pleasant raraiiy orcapt w. t. MCKinney itn Da naa by immediate application The rooms are the asms by me until receullr. and I apeak troni si CHENAULT. SEVERANCE & GO. IfiiTeJiiHt received illrecl Irnm the Eastern cities Hie most eleKitui htoek of terlnce. IMt-eo- t JAHLH I lUIUDf.KAK, blanford, Ky. I A-- B band, father and friend. Ilruce William, a Utile son nf It ib't Willia;us, is not expected to live, being very low with inllimmaiinn of the lung Will Padgett is coutinrxl with typhoid fev er, and so low that his recovery is doubt ful. Mrs. Sarah A. Gooch is suffering from a severe attsck of fever. J. K Gooch waa pushed off a freight train running at the rate of about 18 mile an hour near Waynesburg Isst Thursday, and wa taken by conductor Hucker who waa In charge of the train. Mr Gooch wa bruNed up al most past recognition when he waa taken off the train at this place. He ha been in great agony and unable to ait up since his arrival home. Mr. II. I Asohcraft of Newport, Ky , bought of It W. Gooch, Sr., hi farm of 65 near Wayneburg, for $325. The acre family ha moved in and appear to be honest, kind and induttrlou people. Win. Yaught sold hi farm of 1G1 acres, near tin place, lo Samuel Warmnn, of Ilrown Land it rapidly county, Ohio, for $1,500 advancing in value along the 0 S It, It In Ibl community, and many famille from Ohio have become valuable cititen of our neighborhood. They are confident this county can be mvle to equal their Ohio lands that produce from 100 to 150 bushels of corn to the acre. We welcome them to our midst, and our landholder J they shall have a chance for home among ut. John Mc. Cullip bought of Daniel Morgan, a. mare for $100. The list of btrtht for the past few day a follows: On the 17th inat , to the wife of Hill Wheeler, a boy. This ia the first male child in a family of five children, and 1)111 it a little exultant. On the (9th Intt. Jas. Wall be:ame the happy father of a 10 pound boy. Mr Wall ha given birth to eight children, the laat be ing the only one that survives to fee a mother' (ace. On the 20lh intt , to the wife of K. 11. Caldwell, Jr, a boy. We wa not there this learn that Wallace lime. On the 21tt mat. Monroe Smith' heart was gladdened by the advent of anoth er male "respontlbllity." About the same time Will Johnson "got up and ducked," and the result of excitement wa another girl in the family. Wo here ptuse and await for further development, 1 O EOWEK TII.1X OIA L ! FOK YEAIIN! I am doit prrptral to deliver Laurel County and I'lte UIU Coal at 12 Co.lat U per bushel. 1 T. T. DAVIUtN. mmmmi mmiisro'jioosrs, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ever exhibited Iu this ciiij, cl. Turnpike Election. O. ISM, at! Alcorn, HUn- lord, and elect a President and Hoard of Director for the ensuing year. RolCo will meet Saturday, .Vay ., st the office or Hill 'clock r 7Sl The shareholders of the KNOB LICK Turnpike market. .cw and 8. W.OIVENS,rraldenl Turnpike Election. The annual ineetlat of the shareholder of the IIANIIINO KIltK A (1UKKN IllVEK Turnpike Ituaii Co., lor tne elecuon ol a rreaiuent ana ooira of Directors for the ensuing year, will be held st .Mcmnuey, .Tift! rr ima at i ociock r. h. J7-CLIriON FUWLEU, ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MEE7EILLEUX, EHADAMES, MOIRES, Sainnn!a Qbros Cbratn ALSO- Silks Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of the tharoholdert of the 8TANIOUII A MlLLElHlEVILLB Turnpike Meeting Komi Co. will be held at McCoriuack's O, ISM, when s PresiHouse on nturdsy, 1 Hoard of Directors will b- - elected fur the dent su DANIEL BTAtlO, President. ensulngyear. A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Iiieliiillue A'uirH Vcllluc. lEenrlettu Cloth, IIiiutliiK, TuuiIno Cloth, tc. mill in fact a iilt'CiiMsortiiicut ol' Jfu Turnpike Election. The annual ineetlog or the shareholders of the HUSTONVILLE A COrrKY'S Mill Turnpike Uoad Co. for the election ol a President and Board ol Directors for the ensuing year will be held at Jasper's (Store on baturday, Mav A, 18, at 1 O.C. L ON, President. o'clock r.H. Dress Goods of Every Description. FULL LINES Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, Turnpike Election. The asnual meeting of the shareholders of the STANKOUDA IIUaTONVlLLB TuroplkUosd Co. will be hsldst the office ol Hill A Alcorn, In Stanford, on Saturday, Jfiiu t MM. el lOo'dk. a President and Hoard or Directors A u , when will be elected lor thseniuing year. 1 WM. II OKTON, President. EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, LaceSj Ladies' Neckwear, FANS, PARASOLS. &C. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of lb shareholder of the STANrOKD A HAbLtJ OAP Turnpike llotd Co., forlbe eleetloa of a President and Hoard of Directors for the ensuing year, will be held at lb Circuit Court Clerk's office Iu Stanford on Saturday. .NdW O, MM, at x o'clock p m. B. . COWAN, President. ii st WHITE Iu eudlens Hrlely, mitl GrOOIDS UiiiKhaiiiM, a HHleudid asHortment of I.anuM, le. Turnpike Election. The annual meeting of tb shareholders ol the TllllNt'ltxVll.t.l' MriCINNEY STATION A liosd Co., (or the elecCOFKEVa1 MlLLTuruplt tion ol a 1'resldrut and lloard of Directors lor the ensuing year, will be b.ld al McKluney oa Stlur- uay. .nay a. 'sj. awo-cioir. . President, 37-CLIFTON '03 7 NaUUVM 'nonaa iVu have added to our tdoek h ulee HbMorluieut of CHriseltsItHgts, Oil Cloth, MatllHgH. U'all I'ater, Ae. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH ING GOODS. 'IS V glanced at Susy. Her eyes wero rest Ceme and See Me. An Outside Whitewash STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, Few people know how easily whiteing on my hand, which lay on tho Nover lako "Come and sco mo" as a arm of tho sofa. Tho contrast be phraso meant itl earnest, unless it is wash Is made, and how valuable it is m nit ht NTANnmn, kv , t ThMtr..trr.lm,l miliar tinn Inr tween tho black horse hair and tho accompanied with a date. Such an when projiorly applied. It not only rprahf nilnn ami mntltllon of tha oarton, of H ICY. nrrmna, wlm munlrrr.1 John rthanka, on lh Ulh Ml, TOE, tho flesh seemed to striko her. invitation amounts to nothing nt nil. provents tho decay of wood, but is iraManrontarCran MMJi :'.r. 0. K? April 28, 1882 Friday Morning, Orelianl. "What a pretty littlo hand 1" sho If a lady or gentleman desires your greatly conducivo to tho hcalthfulness Mlhl'IIKN IIIIIU'II, DRtl.lt III Mat, DhK lltltlCII, said. company, ho or sho will appoint n of buildings, whether wood or stone. Mat. I10M CURTIS, Monumenti, w- -' llAt'llHI. A brilliant idea passed through my timo lor your visit. "Call on mo Out buildings and fences, when not A PRtTTY LITTLE HAND. llcaditnnra, Tihlrtl.Ar. brain, when you can make it convenient;'' painted, should bo supplied oneo or Marble Work "You mav have it if rou will." I "Drop in as you aro nawine:" "Mako twico n year with it good coat of ot ill klnde I am not a bashful man. General rirHy up a visit when you havo an hour or whitewash, which should bo prepared y speaking, am fully as confident and said, ollenng it. n n,I jshe took it between her own, and, two to spare, aro social ambiguities in tho following way: forward as most of ray eox. Yet EAST AND SOUTH-EASanlecd F Tuko n clean, walcr-ticveWj-vmbarrel, or by which men and women of tho then wis ono period of my lifo when toying with tho fingers, said : STILL LEADS WITH THE "May I?" world understand that they aro not other suitable cask, nnd put into it all ray merits seemed to my own eyes on appllra- & Ohio "Yes, if you will givo this one," expected to do tho thing requested. about half a bushel of lime. Slake it insignificant, and I feel modest, not to ij lion. say bashful. It was when I was in and I raised her beautiful hand to my When people wish to Ikj cheaply po- by pouring water over it, boiling hot, lite, there is nothing liko this sort of and put in a sufficient quantity of walovo. Then I sometimes did not know lips. Butt She looked into my face. What vagueness. where to put ray hands and feet. Did The complimentary small ter to cover it fivo inches deep, nnd Dlrrrt Ilonlc without t'lianRC or Cara I mention that in said hands and feet sho taw thero I can not say; but if cnango ot society must always bo ta stir it briskly till thoroughly slaked. consists of my greatest beauty? They over eyes tried to talk, mino did then. Ken at a largo discount. It is never When slaking lias been thoroughly iKtur.m ruiNii ix Her color rose, tho whito lids fell over worth its faco, or any thing liko it. effected, dissolve it in water, and ndd aro Loth small. A short timo aco I fell in love. I tho glorious eyes, and tho tiny hand Yet it is a convenient medium of ex- two pounds of sulphato of zino nud gtaunlon, Cnar- ,V'.""7'.!4 did not walk into it quietly, weighing struggled to frco ilself. Was I fool change, and heavy debts of gratitude common salt. Ihcso will cause tho InliMtllla, Itlrhinond, an.l tha Hhorinl. that ought to bo requited in better wash to harden and proven tits crack lltkrtan4 titval (Vmforlal.la lUul to my idol's perfections against her de- enough to release it ? What I said I know not, but I daro coin, are often paid with it, l'coplo ing, which gives nn unseemly appearfects. I fell in, head and cars, two AND SELL THE BEST I.VM'IIIIMH., IM.V1I.I.I,I KOHFOI.K seconds after I first met her. say my betrothed can tell you. Five that havo moro polish than principlo ance to tho work. Ifdesirablo, a beautiful cream color Sho was a glorious creature, with minutes later my arms encircled a uso it lavishly plain, blunt, honest BUGGY OK THE mn ail long, brown hair floating over a snowy blue silk dress, tho brown hair fell men, sparingly or not at all. Who- may bo given to tho abovo wash by neck and shoulders, ami frilling down upon ray breast, nnd ray lips wero in ever makes a friendly visit to n fash- adding threo pounds of yellow ochre; FOR THE MONEY. Virginia & North Carolina Fointa. Thla preparati ,n It purely turtrtu and free ionable houso on tho strength of a or a rood near), bv lead, lainn. vine on mo waisi 01 an encnanung sine contact with another pair. from ilelrlrrlntlt or lilhrvroua tuhalanree, and dress. Her dark brown oyes were mere "Come and seo mo," will very or ivy black. For fawn color, add ri'lLH.aj Com ma AtTaCiiKD. SEND FOR CATALOGUE It It absolutely certain tu bring all klmlt ofworroeIn A Western Story of the True Flavor. from the human eyttrin It it not nanaeatlng often find that the family circle ho lour pounds of timber, Turkish or full of saucy light yet, old how ten the rami delicate afnniaih. iin.l children will Uke II aa readily m ttir will ini,ltr, whirl, ah mild Forty-eigh- t Saun- has dronned into bv rrntiMt is an un. iVmerican tho latter is the cheaper years ago John tlor tltkrla and fulthrr Inruainat'on. dcr and laving they could look. This afpll to It AND TESTIMONIALS OF ircmtinwitilwith lo hon.kreiier. rarentaran juurm.rr.1 t tin cm, or a.Urr.. W.W. apply II ders, one of the wealthiest cattlo kings congenial as the Arctic circlo, and ho ono pound of Indian red, ono pound Mr n,l epeikllnir eye., happy I found out later. ftn-e- . Monro Mr. 'irl,ht an.l Iairnte' A'l,Ut- andjayouteptrlttwnt unniiiMlunily riprn In gratitude r u - one loton, Kr. It It ihe nfu Of all the provoking, tantalizing of Montana, who was then a poor will probably leavo it with a chilly of common lampblack. For common HUNDREDSQFIIVERYMEN train, nm killer I tin I - plma,nl to take lilt up In l rlalt. and a.ild i jr iiealtre at twenty ilia coquettes that over teased the heart youth, with nothing to recommend feeling that will prevent him from stone color, add four pounds of raw OtVI Morr, (l.u'l IWr Ac'f. VHO HAVE USED THEM cenlt. Trr bottle hy r. iniMIRIU, CO. out of a poor man, Susy Arnold was him but a spotlces reputation and a venturing into tho snmo high latitudo timber and two pounds of lampblack. Manufactured Offlre, 00 .TlrilH tilrrrl, Mulirlllr, Kv. whole-soulemost bewitching. I would pass bravo heart, liecamo enamored of a again. the Hut. when a I "r .V MiAuttim In NUnlorJ bjr 1'jtxxr A younc, rich, and pretty widow of rfiT-- Ad an evening with her, and then go Kentucky belle, whoso father was a mau, whom you know to bo your Ijondon, CONDENSED TIME. with plenty of animal spirits, home, certain that ono more interview rich man. His tenderness was recip- friend, grasps you vigorously by the and in want ot somo innocent amuse with her would make mo tho happiest rocated, but the parent of tho young hand and says, "Como homo and dino hit on tho original plan of in of men; but the next timo I met her, lady refused ins consent to tho with mo to day dinner on tho tablo ment, JrUUWI and was inexorable Young at fivo o'clock bo sure to come; shall scribing her namo in tho books of n lUjr MtiUlou, rWlit hlixl UA tu nmr front fiml a cool nod and an indignant glance while f4 Mlv In UN, OHIO. m... lia.a... til.. ..I I.MITVin IV !AT, Iirl l.r threw down all my castles. Sho was Saunders was too honorable to press expect you," you can tnko it as cer matrimonial agency as n wealthy but COLUMBUS SI ' mm. 1'Ullli, HAIMtOAO l.i.. blind canduuto to matrimony. Iho his suit in a family where ho was llhrl.'.t.niNS; I hlrf. Iho alro or Hartrl, Mtnl lir very cautious. tain that your presenco is warmly do- I (liKTLtura liar lrn hanlllnf 70m rrranl i M.Maikl M aarncrr, (all at 4 taara number ot suitors was Iceion. and tho Krowalfr ilJf-lHo sought an interviow oiicu One evening, while there, I was TIIAIN4 (K)I.S(I MIKTII. wijtjna, ihatlem. ate , for Iht oHi lUnaO . 1 ta (all at frara: Mallla Mat). I to ai ia jiicuBuiib iu iijuku ur repaat four Tftra. (Irrn tnllra at Mi at ii I, lam. seized with a violent headache. I told with the girl's parent, who for tho ceives visit from a friend, but a nod charming widow ntuused herself to her aatlafacllan toall fu far itir? hare Ihrm ami I (ill at J jrara, All AUIahali.fc.JOMll an,l4 rrara; El Hen. hart laro." 01 L.r content, bo mo camo in shabby eitxct lo I able who aril a lutifhtrninr tnoro Hilt "rtk enra rtl trait at 4 roata 01J. nnd last time told him to on the street is enough from a fash- hearts od In rrrat her I was subject to such attacks, and twenty-thirt.re Itlthiuond 00 a iu clothes, some stretched themselves at araaon than anrof Ihe prorluut jrara. rruilln( lit dam br fentlnel. rrranl 1 9Ai. and the aim " lneanrr. tho pretty creature, putting on a abandon all hope of marraige so far ionable acquaintance. I fill all onltra rrempllr, 1 am, of Von Arnlw. rreord 111, rrcantljr Iwughl l.lriii(ilon.. in .a i. full length on the sofa and made them rou will able lo a, o his daughter was concerned, as the br Commwlere N. W. Klleoo for lu.ovt); An- Nicmolu llimta, Mrrrrman. " Crab orchard ....- -. gravo face, gave mo a lecture on the as . II M Yon Henllnrl, T. A , rw, rrtle, 7 A Scrupulous Ufar.ttr.IuJ. selves quite at home, but spoko in ., Legislator. Mlaniard.... 111 41 li lit difference iu their social positions was Vlrandltre, J M, ilnn. I.TTH; Caioul.t:?,),, subject of health, winding up with : " fihelbr Cllr v,, FKnllnel, (I'atr't) t:tu A somewhat curious story is trav- tones of the deepest affection. Tho 0.MTLKiikX- Wo birr Urn mint: anj aWllnn flraml frollrrl. ' llanrflle Junction .'Z I t L aa ''Tho best thing you can do is to get an insurmountable barrier. "How your work In riaikr rminlr for tho laat lour Sentinel la full trultirr to Volunteer, that atamla " MltfhrlUburo., . . I 1? jpara with - inanon .... a wife to take care of you and keep much are you worth?" asked tho young eling around, about a certain member charming widow was, however, soon cuttomcra. tbo brat aalla'acllon to ouraalrra ami tltsalheeeaaon. ami la the tire of HI. Julian, a is Your liuntlit aro unlrrraillr IK rd, Jll',. aoJol'.MJotbe a with rrrurdiof Xatu " .New lltren. 4 11 ' you from study. 1 advise you to do lover. "Transfer ray property into of the present General Assembly, He obliged to cut the joko short, for one br our tuitmua ra la t Iho rrry tml or Wllrr Arr. I'lnen Junction to " nnd active parliamen- of her suitors, after annexing a pair of fr the prlco tliat ean Iw In the ruunirr. Sddainlif Aleiamlrr'a AUIillah, Ibe aire of " Clnrlnnall Junction... to have a million dollars cash," was the haugh- is a OS it, if you can get nny body Your Comblnallon Cprlnj llUMr lapronounrril (luldaiulth tlald, rrcvrd 1.11, Itoaallml. bHil,llle :iti. . ty reply. "Very well," answered tarian in the lower House, a raging candlesticks, introduced a bunch of br all lo lie tho Boril. aeftrat, ana railrat rlillog Therndale. 2.n Malar lilaall, 3 .www...... r s ro " you." Bt. KJnin, bucitjr now In uae. Your llrewiteraKlo-lia- r watn TV). Aleiaudir'a Ai.lillih br UjkIji-- i man. and has been urotu- - long fingers into her pocket and nb- - la morning TRAINS riOINll SOUTH. "Indeed," I said, rather piqued, youug Sauuders, I aire of Maud H . rrcvrd 2: UK. rlral Taking allln all the (ran rrrtalnlr without we faarlouljr ear that jour bmntlm raonot le w Hie aire ol Itexfrr 1 17!,. Nettle ,S.t; Orante "there are only too many. I refrain I leave for tho West to carve out a inent in the numerous debates on the stracted her purse, Meant I IKST" I'Ei n. bratan in tbecountrf for it j la, flulih, ami aiiri, iiairue. a:ii; jar iaeui.1, 7.1 IK, ana aa fortune, and when I can size up to subject of "free-passe-s over the rail from a selection for fear of breaking Youra Iruljr. othrra wllh rreord of IHoi liettrr A hollow treo on 1'uget Sound has I.re. lwltillle. . IHiai M dam br UmI Jacket, he by Coirel, ami lie br l.rt hianford. .... , Tkn.naxtA MuitJL will return and roads, which havo enlivened the tedi- been other hearts. How fond all the la- your $1,000,000 I t 00 pw cut oil forty feet lrom tho ground SprlnjIlaM, Ohio. lied JiFitt'i lam waa alrrd br Sherman Morgan Crab Orchard.. 1M a liall brother lo lllirk llaek. dies are of me, to bo sure!" I added, claim my bride, for I know she will um of routine legislative work, as and made into a church. Arr Uilngilnn . 4 ID I bare baj In llrrrr now fur Oextlkuex. tthdani aneitra road mare, brouflit from the I.re. conceitedly, "though I can't see that I be true." The young man kept his well as quite caustic upon his fellow tod orrr two rrara. ami hare uel awnt a ilolllar fur re- - fer'lib W I. Vance, Merer count, Kr , and Arr. Lanraaler - . .. Klchniond. 10 " promise after a lone and sorrowful in members who have accented such pain on Ihrm, am thar look nrarlf at (wa aa lakltoM of Mroeoitrr blond Mnwenner Clilet nni particularly fascinating." watalrcl bjr Abdaltab the other ol I'icard, ami flml tHHiaeaom!ae wives, Holjiers! new. iiarenau Mixgire 01 aerrrai the UlHnibue HIN IMJIm. .Vjrar-o- I'llot.rewrd aire l:to, trial PULLMAN PALACE CABS ".Neither can i, added busy, with terview with his inamorata, and with passes. It Is said that he not only reof In Ti lluKier Cempani'e bug(lre ltnixttfiillr, a smnll outfit, struck out bravely for fused to accept a pass, but so tho an air of perfect simplicity. T. K. llaoitin. lit dam br Mambrlno Mriaeecrr. Ibe (raid aire To Meuphla, Little Hoc . Mobile, Montgomery, the West en. lcrn tones, brace that rumor hath it actually recorded that of fooll'r Tlismai, nrordMI. and Ibe aire , Conrera, (Irortla. "Can't you ?" said I. "I hoped ami New Orlrane. ;. factiu the county he represents. Nev timo forty-tigh- t " Uh! that dreadfully atKulgranla UTeiat bare Ihelrcbolceafteoioulce: years have elapsed, hoped flKXTIkHKN: Mdatn by Mainbrlno Ckkf, tbetlieol lja.1 Tlielif(lre bare f tour rta Mrml.lior tla New ajrleane. Tlioe wuth nianufarlure hare (Iran tne entire utl.faeilen. liiorne, rera.r.11 las, WoulPerd Mambrlno. Ml tractive face of hers. "That is, Miss duriug which, with varying success, ertheless he was recently detected en quicker and ratea Thejr are thrift I hareerer uanl br Iho Mambrlma Mambr till llmrr. km M filar, lllet, l'ar lurii TttTM: llrUnolla. route llltaeothe lower than by any other Susy, I thought, perhaps Oh I my he has dipped into various enterpris- route irotn rninkiori to tmnunt ofiiioncjr. Youra trulr. I), i'ollini, IJrerjnian. from tho British line to Souora. traveling on another member's pass. head, my head!" and I buried my es, Joplln, Mltaourl. Irddaiu lir Imp. Na.lein, known at the for. QUICKEST, 0HEAPE8T AND BEST He came to Montana in early days and The conductor, it seems, knew him, hunting hoiae of Kniliud. face in the cushion. Jll. .1... I. T.......... llmitelu all poind In Mlaamirl. Kaniaa, llllnota, I hareleaa ronnettpil with tha IlkHTLlsMllx: "Does it ache so very badly?" she embarked in the cattle business with and knew that his name was not that Indiana, Iowa, .Srbraaia. Colorado. Alkaneaa uianufjetureofamlilrallHat In Whip; fur nflrrn ethdimbr Only one change to Chicago, tit and lUat. rrara. Your woik doea net l.k like nwat ttriorj lh dam bjr Parnabr'a liloiurde, such success that tho firm now owns which was written in the pass. So he asked tenderly, and sho put her cool IVr further Information aluut tlckela lo the 7IH ilaot by annn a Wblii: work, but It tmoethlf dnlahol In wood, Iron was compelled to pass in the pas and Mouth, lianaaa. lolorade,am e. Igrant ratea la painting and ttlmrala;. Malrrlal uie.1 In the little baud in among my curls. I nearly twenty thousand head on tho em nam oronnia lararon. (XilumlMit lluKgr Omiunr'abunclea hat prored to Honda, add.w AWiltali (tret waailrr.1 by AleiaoJrr'a Alelal. V. ATMOKt:, felt tho thrill her fingers gavo me Teton. About a month ago Saunders pay for his ride, as he had boasted ho lab lien I'm. and Tlik.t Alt., Ujlarllie, ty. be of the lat. Ttirr run llht. Krrrfoneln Ur ' J Anthony, Agt etanlurd. Ky. figured up his assets, concluded he always meant to do. How aro the thla county who hare bought Tour buorleeare let data IHamllna br Mambriiio I blef. through my whole system. well plrM, ther (Ire the bnt ofaallefieilon. lnd dim the IHirli mare, by I'arkrr'a llrown II Post. My head being really very painful, was worth a million and left for Ken virtuous fallen! lot, (dam eflloaaltml, 1 11). Mambrlno Mriarn- oura trulr, 'BLUE-QRASwaa aired by MeanbrlnoTaymaater, Ibe aire ol K WlncnreUr. Ilia. ROUTE.1 Watt. I was obliged to leave, but all the tucky. Ho found the lovo of his Two KodUES. A somewhat araus , lawbrluu Chief. Iam by Van ltanaallrr'a Drajr way home the soft, cool touch of young days waiting for him, confident ing incident 13 told ot la half bewbor l tUllab and tida, Metaenfer. lie a woman whose UTICA.N.Y., ami many ol the Brit Irottera. lela waa regarded The husband, a wealthy man, died sudden- - j those little fingers lingered upon my und hopeful of his final arrival. B. In her day aaoneol Ibe bnt trolling niaree Urine. SLacorerer of Dlt, 2IAHCmsrS Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. Maiubrlnn I'ajuia.lrr waa aired by old MauiUt. two were married with as Ittle ceremobrow. ly without leaving any will. The, UTERINE CATIIOLICOX, no, and he by Imp Mrwenger. They arrived in Butte widow, desirous Soon after this it becamo necessary ny as possible. --Til L MUST PI-- lUBl.i: KOUTK T- Uof securing the whole A POSITIVE CURE FOR FEMAIECQMFUIIITS. Thla xtmtij will art In harmonr rrlth tho for me to leave the city on business. this evening, and, after a short visit of the property, concealed her JIESSEXGEK s all tlrara. ami alio immedlatcljr An offer of partnership in the office will proceed to their home in the TeBtenoe Diuiclri, and death, and persuaded a poor upon tha ibdumlnil and and etrong condition. thrm to a, balthf Will make the preaenl IUy Stallion, no white; foaled In 1IJ: br .1 by of a lawyer friend of mine made me ton Valley, where the groom is great snoemaiter to take liis Dr. Jlirchm'a I Urine Citbollcoa will cure fait place while a aeaionat myStableon Ibe Chia Dunn, Htanferd, Unoolnrounty, Ky. i LaV decide to extend my trip to see how ly respected. Uutte (Montana; In will was made. Accordingly, he was In; of the uumb. LacorriKra, Chronic Inflammaold Ianrllleplke4 nil let hired by Mnurneer Chief. tion and I In atn of tbo Womb, Incidental from Ijnraattr.nl lie TUB ONLY L1NKHUNMNU- ter Mountain. lit dam by Alcalde, aire of llrlia, reionl, Mtk; the "land lay." DajlcntrTlOK:M.t,Aiirr closely muffled in bed, as it very sick, llemnrrhtro or Kloodlnc, Talnfal, Bn prceaftl Knlgma, .k, la cy Hay, J.JO. Irrefjlir Menatniatiuu, Kldnar (.'luiplalnt, ud la One thing was certain I could not ffik tlor It a ruahoganr bar 0 3d dam by Foreigner; A True Woman. and a lawyer was called in to write the (Ld raiecial!r edaptrd to tUelhintd ot Life. Srd dam. Koae Mary, by Imp. Sorrrelgn) . Jearaold thlafpitng. li leave home for months, perhaps years All Irtlrra of iuijairj Sand vj tlreil br In4th dam by loin, Lerlalban; jzviu In Giles county, Teun. resides a will. The shoemaker, in a feeble freeir for ranv.ibirt Arldrt-aaa ohor anawercd. Hot and Mil dam Juliet by Koerlu-tta- ; without some answer from Susy. ?" C'llt Ml.i: ltV Al.I.IIICt iCsT-- . voice, bequeathed half of all the propi i.e the Ciiihlk bone widow lady, an invalid, who has not b dam lllank by Mr Arcby; laraa Hi' eute ar.d a lit for l"rli-bittle llCTWEEKDressed in my faultless costume (it Jlh dam by Imp. t "What shall be Dr Marcii I.COit nuelatho.icon. TakenoolLer and baa proven dluiielf to be a koo1 brridrr. I Sihdamby Kabby firrhe. by Mr l"eter Teilet been able to siaud upon her feet or erty to his widow. will alto atand ltonleaui; was tho only suit I possessod), and walk a step in the last twenty years. done with the remainder?" asked the $lh dam bperanaaa, own litter lo Cillruio, by Chills mill Fefull of hope, I went to Miss Susy's TdxIiiuIoii uiiil Clmiluimtl. K'lle dam by Virago, by lawyer. "The remainder," replied bo, GOOD Kith ver. Fna; house. She was in the parlor, at the About fifteen or sixteen years aco. "I give and bequeath to the poor little Sltnmona Urerltei;-ulatlllh dam by Mai k and all lllark by Crate, MAI.TK31:, 6 yearaold.UH londt hith.and 11th dim Mlaa Mumrrkln. br toune Tm. lilu.r aoon breaka the UUlXllfcll, 4 reara eld Aurjuit Ml, IMS, It", piano, alone. She nodded gayly as I her husband died, leaviutr her a set of shoemaker across the street, who has I. an.l. 1.I..I. TIMKTAllLh; IN KFFLCvT MAIICII II, UJll- Ulh dam by Lord (lifor.t, Dun AraMaa) Ibilltand carrlcatho ,iM. M.e"i 1.W l.ll.. ... iiiwt, Il'lll ivrte ritiB65?35 Miuinri i I.. ii in ..... V came iu, but continued her song. It shoemaker's tools and a little farm, also been a good neighbor and a de llth dim by lir. Arthj'a bliikilrgrcl Koyal of the are-- I marM at io pmcIi aim. i i.iA.iitm. ,i. with a mortgage on it, and she borrowIriu It cure when Jacka at ffi lo Immr n.n a m.,nil,. u All ware; was, "I've something sweet to tell foreigner waaalre.1 by Imp. (lleuoe. all other reniedlraliil Lre. Islington . ed money enough to buy a side of serving man" thus securiug a rich 7.M a iu I. IS pm maret traded liefore the (act la aarerlaln.,1 f.irf.ll you." Hiadaiu, Uirrlua. waa a lino rat mare at all ' Mirtrllle, fhe aeaiion. The iirogeny of all llii abore alock - 6i4 am I J.JO pm bequest for himself. Tho widow was " l'irla. dlitanrca. For her prrferiuancea ice Turf Iirgltter. :2o am lift put will Le rnpooilble fur Ihaaeaaon. .Sick licit'.-iicliAt tho words "I love you I I adoro upper leather nnd a piece of solo thunderstruck with the man's auda " Cyntblana... Aleede watiired br Mambrlno Cblrl. ..... liM a ru LIOpu ITJt. iiumii.t:. " . you I" she gave me such a glance I leather, and, with only such knowl cious cunning, but did not dare to ex a ia III pu lit dam by l'lloi, Jr , the aire of John Morgan, VttW Ilia. of shoemaking as she had gainArr. Cincinnati. . : rrord. 3,JI, l'lot Temple, tJIJ,, Tickey, rllf ami ll:tiam t Jo p u was ready to prostrate myself, but edge Tattler. i:tli, Queen of Ibe Wett, I:I,; llrnerai ed from binding shoes for her hus- pose the fraud; aud so the two rogues urcr0itejuutoir,""lns ,lfllc"0"' ,,k0 b'n"""' Hbcrnian, and the grand tire l Maud M, Leaie Islington at 4.SJ p. ni. and arilte at Mara- sweeping back the curls from her record 2 I0S. Mambrlno (.in. lllleSIJ p iu. Free Tailor Car Iraroe bIio commenced to make shoes; shared the estate. Vull.lr. n. IYfil'KI'.SI . Will make the pretrut teaaon at rny alab'e; will hcolUnd. forehead with laughing defiance, she band, lilnaliiu elZ.ISp. in. and Imim ii, jjtj lun- - Huaklne, The ltrKulaUr will potltlrcly nirelbla terrltile terreinarea at 110 eaih Deacrlpiloo and e ami sho has sat upon her bed from Cincinnati at 1 p. ni. 2.56i. ltlack I'llol.jo, The mau who can smile, raiee his illaeue We aurrt niipbatlially wbatweknowto warbled, "But I'm talking in my tin rime la a beautiful bar lM4 bandt high, M dam by illackburn'a Whip. that timo to the present, with her hat and say "No sir, not true, 10 yejra old, la a fauiy aaddle liorao and uaa Tbaabore lionet will make Ibe aaaaun of IMJ sleep." at all," iu Cloaw connection made InClnclnnatl uroreu lo bo an etrcllent breeder He wat alrrd at Chat punn'a. 1 shoemakers bench beside her bed, response to the very superfluous quesCOXSTIIMTIOX mlha from blanfkrd, 01' Norlh.lUal and Weal, hivclal ratea loAir all rliii. br Stonewall Jackaon, he by old Denmark kuown Kwlgraalt, men, crieu, "you love me and made and one from Stanford mended boots and tion as to whether you have hurt him Should not be retarded am lilfUngalliueiiL Na- at the Wllllt Jonca horee, he by Karri a' old turf "Ituin nrauch rue," 3 nilmile from hianford and aii lue jageni at ine placea fuC a Latitatler hike, and lea ture dcuinJi the ulnioat rejularltrof the lwela. borae and ha by Imp Iltdglord dam by and when you sleep I May I think so ? ol Iho "Ulue (Iraaa lUiuta." ilctrbater. Danrllle pike. AUIallabMeaaengrral IW to shoes. She from Mayatllle and Letlngtoa lo Cina luare In foal Meatenger I'llnce at IIS lo "Oh, yes, if you choose; for dreams about paid off,has got her mortgage after treading on his favorito corn, Therefore aialitIt nature by taking rflimnoni 1.1 re r grand dam by IIrani. told at and is ablo to pay her has surely the elements of heroism in Kf ulalor. It harmleu, mild and eUVctaal. liuurea mire In foal. Money due aa aoou aa tlie cinnatiratea on reduced ratre. and bouaebold goodi For go by contraries, you know." 1 weelern fact ia anrtiliird. Addma debt. This poor C1IA3. A. HAel.r.TT, addreta rs. Iiellel I sat down beside her. We chatted part ol the State Just as much com- his nature. This is not exactly whut day w tblaat bandItfor thoaa who tuUVr day after viii-- i Lincoln counly, Ky. (len. Emigration Agt., Corlnglon, Ky. 1'itiNci: tub sn woman deserves Stanford, i'llee. hat cured huudrrda, and will happened under similar circumstances tore you. The prenitum Jack away for a time. At last I began : C I. IIIIOWN, U I. ATA. I'rlnre 3d will alio "Mies Susy, I camo up this evening mendation as Mrs. Frank Leslie, who in a iMadison avenue street car a day MAI.AHIA. aerre Jrnnet at JW hai so successfully carried on her or two ago, but something nearly as IVraona may aroid all allackt by for a Jack roltand to tell you that I orcatlonallr 110 for a Jrnnet coll. nS ol Maiiuona Liter How she was listening I A bright husbands business since his death, good. An elderly gentleman, upon taking a dote beallhi action llegulator to keep He wlllaleoarrre a the Llrerln though sho will perhaps never gain getting out, trod rather heavily few uiiree at II: thought struck me. I would tell her upon tVf rt each lieacrfiition 'IV acknowledgement a lady's foot. the same world-wid- e IVtf and of my journey, and in the emotion WT dliorderr.1 Stomach, can "I wont add insult to (lenerallyarlilngfroina Llmmona Llrer Kegulator ML . irlnce iKHllgrre la of a the .1.Ex. be corrected by taking she was certain to betray, it would of it. injury, madam, by asking whether I Jet black with white Sd noae. 4 Krut. bo easy to declare my love. l'rlnre How To Fix The Banks. The hurt you, nor wouud your feelings by hhumont Liver lUffuIalor umn rrtllmfs thla alreil byrrara old 2d and let 1842. I'lluoi Iho an wia Tilt- Prince he by lit, "Miss Susy," I said, "I am going advocates of the National Bank mo a conventional apology, but if this tllscAtt trutii ibeiriteiii, leaving tbeiWliiclfaranJ Jack from C'Jtaonl a prorlnte of piln, Importtil by Adawt and A I ford Uuni alrrd by to New York tomorrow." nopoly aro at their old tactics. They package of chocolate creams will com- freelruiua'l liupurltli Jim I'orter an luiiiorled lack lrom the proiluro nl C'OIalC. "Going away?" say that if tha measure before Con pensate for the pain I have caused. Child reu auuerlng with collo aoon eiwrlence re- Andelutla, haln. will alto atand at eame place the aamt three Jacka that I alood lait year at the "Yes, for some months." gress for recbartering the banks is not don't hesitate, pray, to accent them." lief when Slmmona Liver regulator la ndiulolittr-c- lollowiug pritea III.AC'KIIAWK at IIP. and AN EIGHT-PAGE- , FAMILY NEWSPAPER, Adultt derlta g eat JOHN All Ihecolla ars loiuied "Dear me, how distressing I Just speedily passed a panic will euue. as 1 lie angry turrow was chased away by uedlcluo Italeunot uurdeaunl, lieutfll from thla OAIIKau.1montha. atfi progeny of ia it It harmleaa and to lire 4 k Tho the abore aim stop at Gauche's as you go home' and 8150,000,000 if private loans will have a smile of such exquisite forgivenoas ellWIIre. l'urtly rrgelablo. front Large, Clear, New more r for the Money than any olber will bareenontlble for the aeaaon. Mnrra traded l'rlnlcd or removed from the county forfelta the aeaaon at Kewipair in Iliet uuntry, the laaueof cub week eintaluliignrcrTWLNTY.TWi) EQUAIIE order roe some extra CAUTION'. to be called in, and 808,000,000 of as to convince the offender that his once, Marea grated at the rate of 1 1.50 prr Lion Hi, l.i:T Ol' I'lir-ltri- ) MATT!:!!, and unot aurpaweil for Newa, IIu.Iccm llrrta, Itecarclul thai you get tbi yiniilue felinnigui chiefs for this melancholy occasion, greenbacks will havo to bo used for unintentional mistake was promptly o lie 4ld when alock U remored. Llrer Kegulator In our rngraird While Wrapper, Literary and rtclcct lUallii I.KVI lll'lllll.i:. will you?" Tho Town. with red . btamp and Signtturo untho rcdempliou of bank bills. When- condoned. Karh peraon aerKllug ua f I, Including Hi ae renewing their aubwrlplluia, will rrcelte Ike Dollar O 0 broken. "Yo do not seem to require them," ever Congress refuses to grant the deur Weekly Commercial aud the liook Ihey may pick out from the following remarkable paid It is well known that a black stripe and fiiof all coat -- I lie hooka being unabridged and handanmely piTinted In naner rorera: J. II. Ztll.I.N it CO.. I said, rather piqued; "I shall stay mands ot the banks they threaten to ruif.ADILriilA. on a white surface seems broader than Sold by all Druggltta. II rnfirr ,t in- - IHSV Wrlilei "IViiiinr'a llecrr 11 Venhur. fiiidiuir Waather 1'ronh.t. wlih ri really lor the United hlalr. some months " plunge tho country in a pauic. It is br 1'rofeaaor the noteil lorecail of I weather lor Isli. will make the not only , tu t rr llm ihowliig the irob"Well, write to my ma, wont you ? very easy for Cougrcss to tako these a black stripe on a white surface, alpraentaeaa,m at Jamea Drye'a I from HuitonrllloontlieMlddleburgatable J1- inllea0 Ihewirkrontaluawnk ThlatheioUblllllea of moat iimnt rulingthe aubdlrlilona by l'rnf Vkmjxoa.almanac la full abllllleaforearli Hit nutter prrparrd road at though both be of the same width. And if you get married, or die, or bull dozers in hand and teach them a , .itu.iiiiiiuii. .,.,. i,iuu,iu.,ni 10 iNbiieic a Mirk In Foil, money due when -- llill Ii the lalrat prwliutlon ol theFailof This phenomenon of simultaneous a work will, which the fict ll aucrtalnod or mare artnl with. Lien any thing, let us know. lesson. Let n bill be passed with beroii-oln- l hlmaelfwhen thrown out ul jKie.r by the Llherali, led by Mr llbilitiiiMic. It la the Waterloo la rttalnrd on colli till luonry ia paid Til moat lamoua norelof the day. have an offer to be a partner in drawing all bank circulation and sub- contrast is physiologically explained "I S yean old, black, 17 handa high of apleodid atyle W. Farrar. I. D , F. II. H., tale Fellow of Tilully College. Mat-tand action, and aa well bred at auy borae In the "i.lfn of a law office," I said, determined to try stituting greenluicks therefor, with oy reier octieriler in tnis way: When of Marlborough Colleg and lliaplilii In Ordinary lo the (Juuu C.Oun Farrar bur a hli hlilory land. He la by Kicbelleu, be by Mambrlno Chief, upon au lndiendeni atudroflhe four lioipcti, tide liy tide In addition, he haacouaulted carerullr her, "and if I accept it, as I have power vested in tho Secretary of the one of our senses receives a double he by Mambrlno I ayiuailrr, lie by Mambrlno: be the wrlllngiofihe learned Jew ah llabblt. and Ibe brat and rlibial of Inlotniatlon eliewbeie by Imp, Mraaeuger. lat dam Helen Mar, by llay 'wawawawaGaeaeaeaelSBeaVaW sensation, ono of which is active and some thoughts of doing, I shall never Treasury to israo at any time greenHit liook It a tucceedoii of beautiful an lelwiuenltbuugbta, clothed In language. Miimtiiger, he by llarplnui, lie by llamblctonlan, strong, while tho other is weak, it BilK ItHI be by In p. Mciaenger, od dam Knl lilrJ.br Can fc ',1 By Ur II. J. Kendall " alH return." A liook of rill if III IHariltirm" oil backs enough to prevent a panic. will be . VfteWaetJtaSkfjTM aH non Whip, bo by lllaikburna neatly oue hundred Pairet. wlln iiiimeroutrugrarinit. Whip: be by Ilninlalnt aulndei of iHuia. i.r 11,. h.,.u found that the latter is not -- rST! Her face did not chauge. Her old After this is doue then Congress heby and Llrca the irinptoiui, raUM and beat treatment of each: a labia with an emrnailnit ut tha hona'a Iiiiiorll Whip,lliurougli-bre- Hullrmi, dim by Herfelt. a od Jid dam trr Hi at different iigca, with rulra for telling tha age, aud much other raluable matter. It la one ol niiro by Iiuirtrd saucy look was there as I spoke; but should recharter the banks to do a le33isS$ lUomtde llay Mriicuger'a dam waa out of a lull- lueaimpieataiuiai the aaine ttiuea liiorougn aud roiuprelienilre work. Valuable erery horae blooded MeaMiigvr mare, and br Imp ltockloghaiu. I noticed that one little hand closed gitimate business of discount nnd deowner tell you," said tho canvasser, "I Klihelleult the luotl fuhlonably bred trolling "frliin"-Tblt- lt lb gem and Ibe glory of the "Warerlr Norrla"- -a clinic that all ibould convulsively over her watch chain, posit. This would settle the whole "you have no idea of tho hard work Tllll I'lMKHTaLUON Wit! 'TAND AT MY KtA- - liorielnAurnia and wlunerot moro premluma aud read -- a atorr above pralao aud lyoud reproach punea than A buokofraluelo young peopleln tlierouulry 11 11 if Home Ctilturf" and that the other fell upon the keys, controversy, overthrow a dangerous thero is in this business. It is either ULKiln MillrdiceiiUti uml will U orui.itd to are aa follownany bortelii Keutuikr , u few of whlih "Social At liluglon, Ky llr.t premium whodealretululorui theumderaof the uugeaol pllleauciely, and lo prorl.lt lor the improremeut tt2U blooded ttiari br prtralH utrictr Daiui making for tho first time, a discord. of the oppurtunlllea that cren Ibe liumbhwt homra aflord. monopoly and save tho people millions talkin g Or Walking lrom mornlUi; till of wlnoera free llodrruk Hlm nabilM uiabog- - onr theget of Maiubrlnu Chief, Urbana, Ohio, 1MB all work aud aweepatakee, Urbana, leCI, all " r f if f 1 he grratrtt of Ibe bookt, alltlilngaiontldereil, olfleorge n who waa the any uar. 'Going away forever?" she said annually. New Haven Union. ui gilt. "Ifeg pardon, repliedi the aud for a wiiii mat luaue ana tail it 4 reara 014 work and awreiiatakte, urbane, 18G0 hnt premium loremoil writer of her lime 'Ibe recent de.1 Hi of Ibe author lucreetca Ha generalKllolt, aud He fat- lutereil, reara tralulniuiakeaeo.el lime Holabr with a sad tono that made my heart ame rluatiou galta with lepealnl readlugt. heby liar MklJMoo. outof Mary for lattetl trotting atalllon, VtU, ajtu lint premium pretty distinct '"'I'' l'uidni. f rail work, Slduey, HMJ7, lint premium fjr t "ItoliliiHoii t We aro not awa'e Hut Ihlt book waaerer Wf ire oflvred aaa free prlte. waijc. nuiiuoii A profitable investment for a far- - victi ni. "I have a kui vr wu iiigrn, iitiu throb. trotting atalllon. alao II ret premium lor all It It a book for boya fond ofadrenlure, aud poewaarian ererlaatlng ebariu. . l.edi!rr Makee. Iho Houoaiter Idea ot tho talking part ol your pro her ol llitt&real hi.ii o k, Uibana, tirai pruulgiu for all work, alao Uurui, lloldtmllb, llunyan. Wo hare here the Sunt collection "Miss Susy, I hoped you, at least, mer is u small but good set of carpeu grarue. Now please favor mo with lult , lW,ndliai rear od won Iho Woodeolo aweepalakee premium for aallrir lea eeivice, Ohio "JUlullult Men ut e biographical literature errraeen lu Ibe aameapaie. Kaili life It a elory rliher than a of HlakuM IheObaiuuaguebtakea aud the t- d would miss mo and sorrow in my ab- mm iuui. uvi mm iii up a workromauie Hlakca ) UutorCuntMUturby liar Mlddleteu. btiU Fair, llrat pirmluin of SIW for all aork, nud awcriwUkea of 1100. be tailor bci'town Uwk. Ulecflhe shop with a bench and vice iu some an exhibition of the walking part?' Kudcrlck'a lit dam, Mary Craig, by Kuigbl ol ht. aud brcrdt, Urbana, beating 3J horaee ol all eir.a " Mill mht imnn sence ?" lCS, allrer cantor and illrrr It will Leuotlml that our aelecllou of prlaea corera an ettraordlnary range and rarltly of the Ileorge, iui, IU111II, by Mulatto, Srd, I'lobleui by spare room in his houso or barn, and Tho canvasser exhibited. pitcher, Uibana, IMV, aweetakea premium and brlgbleel aud Uat booka. "I?" puree of fso for faateat troltlug tulllou, Maitrllle. dam Marlauue. by oorccrer, Olh dim Thouualna, OIjTJB A FAui.TCKsa Family Medicine."! "Yes; it might chauge all my plans ho will be surprised to find how handy Iu 5; alao dam) puraa) for luteal trotUug tlallion, beat Violet, (UoldriiliMk'a WaallowaCath Cviumlaalouof len ceul Uiniiuerrlal it is, and how soon it will nav for it have iiwd In luy (arutlr Klmmona Liver byllmotliy 7th dim Hypbon, Vlh dam l)ultk'a purae fur brat 3 Iu 6, Ohio Mate Fair. 1H70, prriul- - aeuttoua. luforwardlugauliatrlpllont, wrAgouti oil each yearly tuliKrlpllou lulhe Weekly name, br bhark, Slhdam by if ray absence would grieve you. toglrelii full Hie luau um otillHj for nro colla. br umuk, tutu uam self. There is no doubt but that a Kegulator, prepared br J. II. Zellin A Cj., luartolie, lilmple, IJIIiUaiu byby irati, lllh aani 2SUtowagou. beat ttallloo and by Jleliu'a Timeo olBce, loiiiitr audbliteof fie aubKrlber, aud to tiro the lllleof Iba premium Look the aulacrlber "Change all your plans ?' Wateiloo'adaiu llethetra aelecta. Club Agenta buy forward one or more aubacrlpllouaat a time, aaauita their tourenleuce, aud the lint eight or ten it by lljrer'a dam by Whyuot, lllliilaw, Koyal Mare. dam by Widilger'a llelabauar; 2nd dam by (lube " l3tU handy farmer can earn more by doing furiuiercde unjlhlug jreira, ami found for may bo made up of uaiueefrom dllferent poatolUe-"Yes, I hoped thought tg recomuiended Kuuulh 3rd dam Ibe noted ruan ui.re uwucd bjr Mary Craig'! lit dam waa "Chilatmat" by Os'lf the Agent preferaa I'rco llwk loaCaah tioiniulealon, lie may. for each yearly aubacrlpllon lent Oh that earnest grave face I My his own rejwiriug for one or two sea- chllU, er and ague. I have siren up llhuj2nd Imp. Vaneletlo by the Colonel ia Joe llfdm and afurwaida by N. T. U. ua, acliel oue Frco liook frou the aUire Hat for lo Ibe free book telected by Kugliad; 3rd Vorclla, by Itlaiklock, 4lh by I'l cheeks burned, my bauds and feet sons than tho price for a good set of calomel, nulnlne anil all other uiercurUI aame place we will alto atand our fine thelubeerllMir. At tlie Uirrtou; etii Walnut: 7tli lluler, ttb ho paya oue dollar la Without reference) to Hie choice of tht Cluu Agtnl.eich yearly aubwrlber by Matbau; 9th Tropheleat by Iteguluij Jack.OabKhiiMaLL. by Stlgall'a old Uabe, the entitled lu a free book. The price booka muillu allcatea be aelectedat Ihellme aulMCrlutlnii 1. teemed to swell, ana i leit coin cuius iuuio. ii ticu u untiir in uruKen it cau trettuienle. 1 give 11 10 uiv ciilliirrn, lrom well known luule Jack, at fa to Ininre a mare lu lUtbJeuuy Spinner by IViilurr; lllh lrerhouiid (!uah In 1. Tkiui. lu liberaladraoce. Knelmeu coulee of the Dollir Weeklr Commercial aenl FIII.'M i .... ..i be mended at once, alid the work cau all over me. I could not go on, 1 foal, .Money 'WSVuJSS. l'atb bophomaba, damArablau, Mill Ur lUrlu IStli Ural dam waa due aud lien retained aa abnre. Uii dreaa, aud br Clumou'a iiuaullllee to peraoni dralrlug loaollclt tubKrljillona. by Catdwell't Marlugo Mammoth. ll'Aray'aCheelnut White Blrlutl progress which would otherwise have iMM ,ue mr M. IIAUtTKAle Jk CM., broke down for the third timo. you wlah, Ver' lllh Mia Moutague Mare. nime M. N. .V M.T. MI!SSi:i.I.. l'roirlatoit Clncluuill Coin wen 111, Clucluuill. Ohio. There was an awkward silence. I ' to wait, April, leM. truly, K. H. Ktbanka, Crawford Co., (I, M. T. KI'KSLI.I,, eTAgeuliaud Club Urganltera aautiol In erery lowu, rillage and kimlet. rANFOBD, IW.IIx-o?-ff- - ''""J. I,lhl AM-lbO- KENTUCKY'S ROUTE IkWl3TBBEEY rn" Chesapeake R.R.. mmmx 0RLD INTM llllU, GLOBE icSteVERrfflE. 11 nr 1 two-oi- d mar-raig- e, Ill ar - dress- cv ! HuTt fDAb,laI,ah Messenger! LOiIISiILllTnOiUlE V. i.nr1-hltl,, V JlM-rmt-rr M.K. d ' I i ,,,- , ,; . well-know- anti-railroa- t, ilura-bllllj- r. Danpters, a. 1 lit, m it. boaa-lr-- a llr i: DR. J. S B. MARCH. SI, GEO. I. ' WjUAltKiV. LB. hus-band- riUNCE! SI CINCINNATI! -- fn-e- e r jLSt)!"1' "r PREE PARLOR CARS FOUR JACKS! I. or l. e. .............' oisr time;! liill-grc- it- ' 1ms i aooTO-nam- tlme-fold- rr la 1'ihrs. FOTJE, JACKS j: tlrk-et- a, Dunn. I" (wawa-lL- 1882. iiai hi:i:ath -- 1- jaumuci;. prrVENNOufMI 1882. jLM.N.GB 1 Cincinnati Dollar Weekly Commercial, Ilea.ng-Malte1 d. pocket-bandker- Trade-Mar- WATBBLOO! TllIiTaoTTIMO-DRKUHTaLLloH2-6- age 1 lC01KBSIJv lVllll U r aW "iiliflllli" rr , vl aourt-M- fii prll rar-N- il fa-l- iti" f.il-et- rl" Year-Ol- Hut-ral- tea-t- TO - Ca.ta-wa- lurk-ahlr- a. Hod-erl- 1 fe-- 1 'ftK'SiSi