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Robert Blaln A correspondent of tho Louisvillo Commercial writes from Frankfort: "I cannot eloso my connection with W. P. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor. the Hennto ns n retwrtcr without bearT. ?. WALTON, Busineit Manager. ing testimony to tho promptness, ability and constant attendanco of my old Suiiscuiitio.v, S2.50 I'hr Annum. friend and olassmato, lion. Itobert Hlaln, tho Senator from Linooln. I hnvo found him tho bmiio genial and "SWEETS TO THE Ingertoll and Talmage. Colonel Ingersoll nnd Dr. Tnlmngo havo entered into a deep nnd diabolio-a- l conspiracy. Wo saw this long age, but havo not cared to oxposo it until now. Their antagonistic nttitudo toward each other is all n and a sham. On tho very face pro-tenc- SWEET." SSld, Aa bending o'ff her lively head, lit proffered her flawer. And may I dire I bop, with IMi You'll lira ma Jnai on lllllo VIm Ip memory of tin hour!" "Swtatolhawr," llaoflly "Viiu think 'IwouM 1 a fair iehan?" rlalJabe, "How boundless Is thrarf 01 Inan'i uncurl! roneelll And IHiloMjouiupiKw In Ulterior llila lovely roe, I'd fir wrla to Iba "1 meant nat aerf " what ( aald, "I uieanl only-JA li J not Ibt thln you tuak II." "IVg pardon, Ihe n. hut 11111," ibt Mlhl "I must not fir II, though ytm're wroth, Iltl I, nnjr be, Dotlhit,"qullroInr.l, ru an HI II." upon atlik And whiffed At eenl away; And at lb all fling anttk, am In lb air, Mk snow-elui- h I put on all tbt style t Mil, first wttsr. And imakod mj I watched the ashes thef Ml ' lJkinow.niktothjrsund around ti find And then I Homo plat to II rat down. allek, I bung ui upon My blsflt In Ihealr; I wat nut drunk. In! oh, a alakl II waaroy flrat fit"- I frren 'Ti red'hotImMt thn Jiff earn summer do n On It Wat M Ftnt Ci'giu. I, lit lkJ A incident nf Nelson county, Ky., illustrates the character of thoerly emigrant from old Virginia: In 1787 tha cabin of otio.lolin Merrill wa attacked in the night by loven marauding savages. The harking of n faithful dog gave notice to tho occupants that sinie ono was coming. Merrill opened tho door to tee what vrai tho matter, when he fell severely wounded, lieing uliot through tho shoulder nnil lower limb). IIo called upon hiiwilo to shut the door, but it was speedily deraolihod by tho tomahawk" of four Indiana. Mrs Merrill being n woman of great courage and herculean strength, soiled an nx and dispatched all of them as thoy entered. Two mounted upon tho cabin roof and wcro coloring by as way of the chimney. Quick her on- thought Mrs, M. rlppd Ir feather bed nndemtied its contents upon tho fire. The bla.o from tho burning feathers so suflocated the that thoy fell to tho hearth, where sho dispatched them with tho nx. Only one escaped and he was severely wounded by a blow from tho hoorino's deadly weapon. A Ktntuckf Htorint of Earl Oat comnanionnblo nsiociato with his fcl low .Senators that ho used to bo when n student in his intercourse with his cla nnd collcgcmatcs generally. Indeed, his courso at tho Univenity among his fellows, and his universal kindness and strict attention to college rules and courtesies, foreshadowed tho fut tiro Senator and rendcrod hi in a favorito there, as thoy hnvo done here. The attachment of Sonatora to him seems to ba as universal as it is cordial and sincere. Ho is popular with nil, nnd, though a Republican in National politics, and differing with tho majority of his follow members, ho was, iiQvorthclois, c instantly found on tho side of right, justice nnd liberality. It he oommittuil any errors, thoy must bo attributed to tho head rather than to tho heart. Kindly in hit) deportment toward nil, whothrr high or low, rich or poor, he U over to Ik found tho friend of the needy, and tho defender of truth anil good morals. Freo from nil small, ns well as all largo vices, ho is nlwnys prompt of nil, to recognize tho equal right and to award to others tho imino right to sKak anil vote according to their convictions that ho claims for himself. I think it rjuito safe to ray that Mr. lllaiu, during tho seuinn that has just closed, has ns fow, if not fewer, absences scorod againut his namo than will ho found ngtiinst that of any other Senator, having been absent only four days during tho long session days, of four months nnd twenty-sinod thoso four days wcro devoted to the legal businessofaomo of Ids con stituents at home, which oould not m nretermittctl or delayed. I havo felt it a duty, as well as n sinccro pleasure, to ray this much for nn old friend nnd col lego clasimato. In fact, if I had tho timo or you the space, I, 'though n democrat, might say a sincere nnd cordial good word for oioh of tho 7 or 8 republican Senators with whom I been mo acquainted. Mr. Darwin's groat proposition is that the present host of animal life ....-- a of tho matter this is apparent. Just look at tho logic of events nnd judgo for yourself. In tho first place, Tul tnago advertises that at such nn hour on such a day ho is going to cut a man nil topiecee, and that man is Ingersoll. Tho remit is that all Brooklyn is curious to see the operation, for if thcro is supreme pleasure it is tho sight of an execution. The church is packed, nnd thfiro tiro so many pcoplo who can't get in that Talmago announces that on next Sunday ho will vivisect Ingersoll nnd compel him to tnko back Now, then, what follows? his heresy. Only this, that Ingersoll advertises thnt at n given timo ho will put Dr. Tnlmago on tho diectiug tnblo, nnd cut him into inch pieces, nnd distribute them among tho nndiencc. Tho Academy is filled nnd tho Colonel looks upon the sea of upturned facos, nnd smiles to think that each ono represents a silver half dollar. And besides that, he is to talk nbiut roiig-iou- , so that even tho church peopio may goto tho theatre on Sundny night without nny compunctious visitings. Now, is it nu accident that theso two men play into each other's hand so exact? Never. Tlioro must In an unders'nnding Intween them, or if thnt seems too Imreh a statement we will amend it by saying that there must at least bo a misunderstanding. . . IIOIIACi: UltKKI.KY AH A 1'ltlNTKIt . lection lSi .J "j; propagated certain types of iTaA.K n (AID AlAItAn(ll fllVntB , au Tho pcrsisteuco with which tho Governor, tho Secretary of Stato and their friends hnvo resisted every effort, privato or public, to obtain the facts regarding the remission of fines nnd the pardoning of crimiuals iudicatos thnt the facts will not bear tho light of day. It is reported through apparently reliablo sources that the romis sions of fines will foot up 1,500,000 and that mora than a thousand pardons havo been issued. Beyond tho plundering of this monoy from tho ntililin treasure thcro aro other imnor tnnt principle- - concerned in this ex- port tuo expensivo innchinery of courts if their nets are to bo nullified Why should tho by tho Executive? Executive fear the record of its acts? Thcro aro revelations iu all this secrecy ami fear nud hesitation, and tho peopio of tho Stato will bo startled whenover that black book, tho Executive journal, is opened by nn honest Lou. administration for inspection, Commercial. Knowh Am. That IIaim'Hnh. Tho Hev. Whangiloodlo lhxter has the most iluurishing Huuday school iu Austin. A few Sundays ago ho asked ono of his pupils; "Whoisdat mysterious Hciu irom whom nunin'amhid, who aces and kuows cbsrting dtt I axed you tiat iiiicstion hu' Sunday nn' now I wants do rito I knows hit. Sly ladder tole mo do right answer," said one boy. "Well, den, who does yor fodder s.iy urn dnt mysterious Hem' who knows thingndat happens?" "Do foahinan obdo gran' jury." Imp-pens- ? imals, while others, less suited to tho battle of life, died out. Thus, bo- ginning wttli tue larva) ot asciuiaus 0i marine mollusk), he obtained by dcvcloniueut fish, lowly organized (as the Inncelct), thenco gauoids and other fidi, thenco nmphiitians, birds and reptiles, nnd, finally, mammals. Among these comes, of course, tho monkey, nud between the monkey nnd man a "missing link" an intermediate creation for which the philosopher sought with his last activity. In 1871 nppeared "Tho Dasccnt of Mau and -- election iu Rotation to Sex," in which Mr. Darwiu directly essayod to provo the descent of mnn from a. lower order of animal lifo. He infers, in this work, that "mnn is descended from u hairy quadruped, furnished with it tail nnd pointed ears, anil probably arboreal in its habits, Ciikijk What is knowu as 'check' :.. ;. ;r i !.!.! is, it rmimrKauiu, wuitiiiiin, iruvmi-nro not tho victim of it. And you this country can show boiiio nmazing examples of it. The story is told of an American visiting Montreal, who .i- Boy. Thu llurllngton Jlaickcyc utys: Here, in 1'oultney, tho New York Tribune was founded. Hero its found er washed the forms and carried water, nnd built tho fires, ami didn't .!. ...! Jl.l.'i !' " ' cZ t"w ' "7" ? , , : ,; . . no was Ecni ituer, iioti lev pasiu oour, and lost tho letters ho was civeti to mail, and umot tho lye, and tried tho usual experiments with tho fancy job tyjicaiid tho finest colored inks in tho way of fearful and wonderful visiting cards, and in all ways conducted himself, even as the devil always does, Hero Greeley about a print shop I passed soma years of his boyhood. wander ubout . the village thinking about the good old man, nnd trying to think of the young printer, dusting out his case with n pair of leaky bel lows, or "soldieriug" for a big pickup that was next to tho last fat thine on tho hook, just under a long tako of solid nonpareil. Fashion item: "Scrkys?" said the elderly Miss Demnll, after reading of tho strange herb which Turkish ladies uso to retain youthful nppearnnco. "Serkvs! Well I shouldn't wonder if it did good. Most nny kind of n kiss I hen as makes a woman feel young. her memory Hashed through a long vista of years, sho added : "That's the circjs for me." Aud tho good soul had to wipe her spsctacles before she passed to tho next paragraph. rHorr.Ksiosit. Tililen and Haet. Tho cxwrienco of Hayes ought to ill. O. nlVRIU. tench us all how little thcro Is in mcro T. W. iriKDLK. Bl'INDLE at OIVBND, official station and how much in ATTOHNKVH A.T T..AAV, strength of character. He has been ItoomlH A 6, KTni Tllnrk,nr. Slh A Coult Place, ThoLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY President of tho United Slates, the UIUIHVII.I.K, KY. Practlcra In all tbt Court.. Collrctlona prompt- successor of Washington, Jefferson, NiiYVEinv.ini: mad. nnd Lincoln, nnd yet thcro is not a WALLACE E.TAKH0N. Ever brought to this market. WVARMOH. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and country schoolmistress from Maino to T. W.ft W. B. VAIINON, Jowelry Ropaired on short notice, and Warranted, California thnt doesn't possess as much ATTOUNJ3VH A.T STANKOKD, KY. Ho is influenco nstho seldom mentioned without a sneer. Offict In Owilef A 8on'a new building up atalrr. His opinions nro laughed at. No ono H.O. KAUFFMA.N. A.'X' r,AW, believes n word ho utters to the public. A.n."X'01lJ13 LAHCAHTER, KY. Tho man whom ho supplanted, though Oinimlnloner and Will old nnd worn, perplexed by tho ha- Maalcr In all th Court ofCount? Attorn?. Oarrard and adjoining DMC DES prattle DE3C .A. ONT tred of those who wronged him, and countieaand'ln tb Court of Apprala. intent only in pending the apparently TIIOMAU 1. HILL, JH., rest of his days in retirement, is still ATTOIINKV A.T LAW, Take thla opput jolty of thanking hi patron In Stanford and ? Imty for th'lr liberal aupport, and STANFORD, KY. n power in tho land. Parties watch hope to retain It, aihe baa art tied thlaearlyln tbeseaaon,befor being culled Will practlr In In Court! ot tkla and adjoining his movement, study his words, spec- countlea and In tha Court of Apptali. Office in oter, and It ulate on his designs. Friends lean on Owilf A Bon'a nw building up atalta. his counsel, nnd foes dread his possi-biALEX. ANDEItBON. Fiom th best of Foreign Makera They will becut and mala In atyi. Ilia motto is: activity. In a word, Samuel J. "To Eicat." Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly dona A.'r"l'01tMJ3Y AT T..AW, is a great citizen, though lie Tildcn DANVILLE, KY K. failed to reach tho Presidency. Will practice In tliCiiurtGf nojla(ld adjoining B. Hayos has sunk into tho condition counllcaand In lb Court of Apptalt. ! ot nonentity, which nnturo intended MAaTEHHON 1'F.YTOW, turn to till. 11 will bo a greater misATTOIINKV A'f IjAW, IXDKXAmNKRroRrAaKrCOUNTT, fortune- to attain to an nfiico for which LIlinilTY. KY. Will practice In all the Court of fair? and we nro unfit than to miss an honor Appeal. th Court countlra, and Buffalo Hprrlai attention glrcn In collection!, of which wo havo fairly won. tllfic orrr to It. T. ritrea'a atore. Courier. !!! DU. J. O. CAIU'ENTEIt, The Milwaukee .S'nu suggests a plan KENTUCKY I for "saving tho country." It says: 8TANKOKD, "Let Northern neonlo co South in OBc orer Jtott. 8. Ljrlle'a atore. Offlc hour ! tho winter, nnd Southern people go from 7 to a. x.i 1J to 1 r. u J 7 to r. 11. North in tho summer, and let the LEE F. HOFFMAN, young of both sections fall in love DBNTIHT, with each other nnd do a little mar- HUHOEON STANFOnD, KY. rying, and when Northern and South Office South aid Main Blrat, two door l abort em grandmothers go trnvcling back th Mjera Hotel. when and forth to visit ihe babies that will I'urtNltroua Olid Uaa admlnlatered naturally come upon tho scene, that n. c MOHOAN, D. D S. will naturally end all sectional liIiliVTIHT, PENNY & McALISTEK, and H. C. RUPLEY, JL O STANFORD, KY., T o Comprises Everything that is Itfew, (IrU-da- u WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER BEAUTIFUL STOCK Cheapeu Than Ever Before McRoberts & Stagg's. IIiiTcJiiHt rcccivctl niul will keep eoiiHtiiully mi liiiml line of lite eholeeHt feel-i"g.- qualified tho words which he uttered at the saino time. He told the plaintiff to lovy on tho contents of a certain safe, and it was claimed that, by covertly nnd expressively winking, ho reversed tho meaning of what ho said. Tho jury decided against the wink Will b Id Stanford two week Dental rooma ofeach month, from Srat MonJr. In St. Aaapb Hotel, oter (i uier in a St. Louis TScealipt.) AtUncaitertwoweekaof eachmnui.. The question involved month lawsuit was whether a wink, said to from thlrdMuiidaf Dental rooma In Maaonllouie alzn.l rur nltroua oxld gat aammmereu havo been made by the defendaut, when neceMarj. ui tr WWlu M$iyMeK$BKiglt a fresh le Clll'KCII DIKkCTUUI. METHODIST, SOUTH. HEV. J. 8. Sim, Sundae mornlngand night. I'rirer MeetlnjiThurUy nlgnU, SundaSchool at .00 a. M. J. S. Sima, Superintendent. The Wonun'a Mlaalonarj SoclctT ueeU here on thsltt Sunday In each month, at S o'clock. Mr. T. T. Darleaa, Prealdent. Groceries,Confectioneries, FAIIIiir ulileliST7PPII1S, or they All will theory. White, ot Kentucky, is a rude, person, who, in the course ot a speech on Saturday last, spoke of "his retired excellency, the lato imbecilo of Ohio." There was n timo when Mr. Hayes, having tho distribution of tho offices, the Ohio man would have resented this, but on Saturday thcro was none so Chicago poor as j0 tm reverence. Times. rArTi8T. nK.j. CiSAR-Congressm- Di:ad an night. u Superintendent. M. Baucx. Paator. Sertlcea on becond and Fourth Sundaya, morning and Wedneadar Prayer Meeting Bandar bchool at 9.30 a. m. B. E. Barrow tmj Sell at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. They are iiIho areata for (he wile of MatUnKly'H superior iVooIca Good WorahlpuTtb congregation CHUISTIAN. day. Preaching by Dr. J. W. Cox on Flrat and Third Lord'a daja. Sunday School at :!. Jo. SeTerance, Superintendent. 8. McKI- TUESBYTEKIAN. S0UTH.-It- T. JL roy, paitor, Hunday School at .S0. John W. Itcut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on Wednesday nlgbta. and YiirnH. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING lYIain ! Stanford Female College. saJno cows, it must be The highest-breSTANKOKD, KY. remembered, are not often the best milkers, aud often tho ugliest looking With a Full Corps of Teachers, cow in the herd yields the most milk. Seatton on opened Good milkers invariably show very Thta InstitutionMonday In Ita Twellth lait. Sepleinler the 3d aTjTUiar outlines, for it cannot be ex M0 cow should bo yielding a pectC(i ALL THE HRANCUE3 OF A arge quantity of milk and putting plenty of flesh upon her bones at the THOnOUGHENGLtSHCOURSE d Street, B. K. WEARBN, - bst Stanford, Ky t:ne JVUIU I IIJ BdWUIII 1IIU " 1 nuji- - Two men were mcnilinc a tank iu a t Louisville oil refinery. A bolt was dropped into some turpeutine which had been carelessly left in tho bottom. The interior of the vessel was instantly allamo. Ihe workmen . . .. niucezeU into tho exit noie togoiner. wav til the other. Xoitlinr rivo amlhoth could not pass through at. tho same time. Tho conscouenco was that thev wero fatally burned. red-ho- .- -- - Tm: Whole Family Will Steal. Colonel Fred Grant was tho houor- j Are taught, m well aa O denly extinguished tho other day. Tho wlioio thing was a swindlo from end to end. T' e Grants aro too willing to ... their names . out. to schemers, rent i bt. ouis rost uispatcn -- ed President of the Boston Electric Light Company, which was so sud-- j MUBIC. TUB LANOUAOK8, DHAW-INAND PAINTINO. I have bought out my brother, 11. II. Wcaren. and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asapli Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at ilgurcs that cannot bo beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and ltobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAKEN. TERMS MODERATE. 13V; la Tuition, ,rltr rauK fruiu 1U to ISO In tb regular Uerwrtuimil. rrltuarr. M; luterpieJIati TrciaratojT, f 40. and Collegiate, SAO. For full parti rultra, aa to Board, Ac., addrM. MKN. H. '. TKUKIIKAKT. ITInefpnl ManfArd, Lincoln Co..Kj. 100,000 HALE POUNDS ! or- - - ..nM tAttrtw i. ailirrt. a.fc 1illtka u0iiw?ii;in..u. loiiiln ..u... na n "", fee Haiti tho waiter, "Sir, tlo you o Professor to classical Pujilk. "Whon night with morn ing lingers, nwnko aud stirring be, nnd with your pretty lingers clasp this nbovoyour knee. When day with eve reposes, ami stars begin to see, unclasp this band of roses, mid, dearest, mo." This is what n fellow think wroto to his girl when sending her a present. A check for fifteen cents uwaits tho youug lady who gueisos what tho present was answer to bo sent to this office by the first of dune. jf A silver dollar with n bit of concave mirror set into ono eido by gamblers is called a shiner. l)y laying it among his pile of coin and dealing over it, the operator can know what every pluyor holds for that deal, tho cards being reflected in miniature A member of tho Mining Club of Leadvillo has been caught usiug a shiner, lly meuus of it ho won $2,500 in a night at poker. A grocer in Jorsoy county, Illinois, was annoyed by louugers, who filled their pipes with a box of loose tob.icco without paying, and mixed some gunI tun powder with the weed. Tho uext freo and tieneml deoiy ot the ayateai, Iron Hitters of A tltusljr iu Iron Drown' An iguoraut lady was asked by a tho explosion. osnao!iiltotuly reommtnd smoker lost au oye by Hitters a a medicine that will give (roinit wtll itrentctlien the nerve and intiwle minister visiting her, if alio had religI lo got a verdict of 81,000 damages, rcl tl. 1 tlo Dili ai n uutr I owe tuj lei with new life ni vtiC'Jfi nl ward oil m. ion. She replied: "I have slight betnt- - my.eU restored to perfect ny illseasea that otlietwUe nre ture lo en. and on appeal tho judgment was sut " touches of it occasionally." i tienltti." croacli Uon a weak constitution, IUII1CU. m Ihrn-hardt'low-me- -"intend to give men dollar?" "I did.' oiteu been astieti, this coiu is at n discount. question, sir, "Well, sir, so far as I am aware, sat cenU. but never, I can only tako it for ninety-twisfactorily answered. I hnvo til ways Eight cents more, please." been of tho opinion that Atlas must MUs Louiso Montague, who stepped havo married n rich wife, anil got his from tho variety stago to a queen's support from her father." throno iu n circus procession, nud Half tho silver dollars circulated in posed befora the gaping public ns a Montana uro nlleged to be counterfeits 810,000 beauty, has sued Adam made by the Chinese iu San Francisfor breach of contract in refusdescribed as of exactly promised nud co. Thoy aro ing to pay tho amount tho weight of the genuino ones, nud to furnish her with such personal no second p.irt of nu inch larcommodations as wcro specified iu tho ono thirty contain only Tho dimsel demands ger in diameter. They agreement. sixteen cents' worth of silver, which is 850,000 dnmiigcs. all on tho surface. It is nn easy matter to discriminate Many good peopio find themselves, between rust iu wheat and fired to their own surprise, iu tho condition blades. In tho former tho reddinh, tho liltlo boy who on being nsked orango coloring of tho fungi is readily of whether ho would rather havo a Ilihlo transferable to tho hands or clothing hesitated n moment with which it conies in contact, whilo or a jewsharp, replied. "Well, if it don't the fired olados Livo no stain from and then differenco with God, I would handling. Farmers should begiu to make nny tho jewshurp." rather havo look after their whoU with a view to Ghi'gow its present condition. lbs. A stouo weighing twenty-twTnuos. i under au oltl lint, anil n Dill objected to Ilinklens a suitor man kicks it with such force us to for his daughter ITeniretta, nt West send it nitio vards. As it takes Milton. O. A letter from Hinklo two and oue half piumb of active ot dead nsking tho girl to meet him iu tho or- prossuro to movo ouo piund will ho fell into Dill's hands, nml ho weight ouo foot, what force chard substituted himself tor her, going to exert? tho trystiug place in her clothes. "Tha moauest job I ever undertook," Whcu tho anient lover clasped tho said a Colorado man, "was that of figure in tho dark ho recievod tho con- apologising to n widow on behalf of a tents of a pistol in his shoulder. vigilance committee which had hanged her husband by mistake. It was hard s London papers stato tint would sathusband will not accompany to find just thoexcim that her on her coming tour through Eu- isfy her." rope. It is understood that Mr. Item- - Tho April report of the Department hardt will fool himself during Sara's of Agriculturo upon tho area and conabseuco by sleepiug with n billiard dition of wiuter train shows nu in- cuo. Chicago Tribune. prdLso of nearlv 500.000 acros. or 2 Mr. Auto llnillay, IUalieiter, N Y per cent. Tho estimated urea of tho mya: "A nr cum for nmou debility provious crop was 21.340,000. Fore-paugrrm-.piil- ed !'" , ,.. .. rr.T .. V... -"V"V Ims student : .,,, ,,. , " 'If ..n"u ,"" The young women of Nevada City, Cal.f amuso tho town whilo amusing Twenty-fou- r of them LOOK OUT, FAKMERS! themselves. formed a tompany, in mockery of the llnnralrr lor HrclsisiliiB young men's military organization, TheCI rent llnrtrMtWisr (tip l.nwjrr of n ItltllllMK Willi Twlisi. and paraded in n uniform ofred calico, with brooms for guns. Their last (Chicago Tribune ol March 21th, 1&82. parado was to escort a bride to tho St. Paul. Mink., March 23. The lslt of Mr. railroad station. Calahan, ol Chicago, to thla cltjr and JIInoeaKll A little girl of soven exhibited today its', It la UDderalood, fur the purpote of In the Mloneatulla Ilarreatrr Works, much disquiet at hearing of a new name oft' II. McCornilck, of Chicago, and MonuanC Tbompaon and Heleo A. Oorhani. or exploring oxpedition. When sho was UocVford, lll.,a rurally of fw upon each twin naked why she should care about it, binder harvester that aald coinpauT baa made or claim la based upon th patents sho said: "It thoy discover any coun will male. Thla jreara ol ront rovers r In ihe which, after several Office, were, hi I MO, grauied to Marquis tries, that will add to tho geography I Patent U (Jorham, of llockfurd, and It la claimed by lb havo to study. There are countries partlea wbodnuand Ihe royally that they own and control all th patent) relation lo Ihe automenough iu it now." atic bludingof lh bundle of grain. Tb Min. . neapolis Harvester Works, Ihe ktllllaui Deerlnc Champion s from tho Co. of Chicago; the the K.leil lleaper Company, of sausage-eaterAn item for llarvealer CompaPprlngltrld, Ohio; : "A man ny, or Whitewater, aud all olhera using Louisville Owner-Journa- l madeunder th Appleby pateuta aro to b who detected a piece of bark in his proceeded anal nst by the parties controlling t"e attorn, ja sausago visited tho butcher shop to Uorham patent The McCoimlck who bavvlieenGeo, fiction, are by the lattcror know what had become of tho rest of HardlDK, of Philadelphia; E. N Dlckersou of New Vork:M. I). Ut:Kelt. olClevelaod, and 1'arklusou the doc Tho butcher was so affected A laiklnaou,of Cincinnati. lueaut tha McCormlck Thli that he could give him only a part of buslneaa.limksas ItIf will prubapl U lieonl for our well and tho tale. farmers tu luvetl.to thla matter fully before buvlofou ut th Al'pleby bluderafrom any but A housewife sold n coat to u peddler McCormlck ageula, feat luey may be afterwarda called upon lor a iiu loyauy. for a vase worth nitio cents, a pair of of boots for a china dog worth ,T. It. OAVlSrs'H six cents, and a vest for a class bottle la Aeut fur the Mil'omlck Machlnea at Stanford. worth four cents; how much did sho receive for all, and how much over sir dollars clear profit did the peddler 111 twins-binde- rs WOOL WANTED! NIJNKKIailjiKY Stanford, I5Ly., Want to buy 100,000 pounds of "Wool in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancaster and F. A. Jones at Kingston, Madison County. They will have a buyer at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. make? i Courier-Journal nothing dangerous about John D. isui uiai White but ins etiough. Wasn't it the jaw boue ot an ass that slew tho Philistines? Stato Journal. Iu Jessamine couuty a lOOiwund pig fell into an ice house, whero he remained six weeks without food or drink. When ho was taken out ho was alivo and well, and weighed 50 pouuds. Tho ilihle eays "by their frulU y e shall know them." Ditloe, of th10 Newjwrt Journal, says "we wont know the peach trees about here by their fruiu this year." jaw-oon- Tho says thero is 2 j o o so O w M o p o o o '- - Q o 3 v o v 0 W s xn m H r2 2- M Ui ST 2p Po Ui r e- 0 o m so Pj o -o p d Ui I HI r NM 0 a r h-- 1 o Ui CO Ui I- - ho American who CASE T COUNTf. several week. Those having claim would NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. S-3T do well to see him a early a possible. London, Friday, for 1 Middltburg. Business: failures Jin ttie.U. 8. last MaJ. Cooper seem to lie quite an agreeable poisoning his cousin, to obtain bis es week, 110. . Much of the fruit that was thought gentleman. Mr. Jone I. Adam, of GarSTANFORD, 2CK-MhIh .SI., .NHHrtrtt, Kjr. tate, suffered tho extreme penalty of uninjured by 'the late frette ha fallen oft". STANFORD. KY. Ow 70,000 emigrants nrrlTrd ( New- rard, waa here last week visiting hi brothThose chicken thieve arrested by Tncsday Morning, - - May 2, 1882 tho law in Jews than thrco months after York during April. er, Capt. Jark Adams. E IL BUIlNiIE- Fropr. tho committal of his crime. There is Tlic public debt reduction for April Constable Jacob Wall some week ago, To settle conflicting statement the JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'E. were tried and sentenced to thirty days EDITOR IV. P. WALTON, no dillydallying there, nnd tho Courts will be about $11,000,000. , i positive announcement now authoritaThis Old and Woll - Known The number of pout office In the IT. hard labor; but it I Understood they are tively made Uko liltlo or no stock in picas of in that all the peaches in this OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1070 Hotol Still Maintain! its S. ha ncrraettl nine llile time lint year paying the debt In jail. A very poor way county icnndnl aflonu sanity. Tho defenso (n tho nbovo are aa dead n door nail. They Tilr? Nuekolj-Oivcnivuijuuiuon, to punish oflendern, Indeed. from ,S03 to 15,700. -- ANIV to bo a 'rnuoh moro serious nffair tlinn case, plead that the .uso of opium and -- On the 10th of May C. I Holme will died by res son of n visitation from Jack BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. IU The vouchers fur expenses of the d Proprietor U Determined that r rust. hq., several week sgo A greit Tho General other drugs hod impaired thcirclicnt'a was f first Biipposctl. funeral excursion are salil to be too open in Middlehurg the largest line of many apple also fell victim In the cold it Shall bo Second to no Country Special Accommodation to Commercial Indies', Misse' nnd Children' hits that Hotel in tho State in iti Fare, published n card branding the charge mind and rendered him irresponsible, disgraceful for publication. wrath nf thl conscienceless and remorseAppolntmonti, or Attenha ever leen brought to this market. Travelers. The Tfnllcl for $100. 000 in (he that ho hnd mado improper propom but it availed nothing. Lamson had less enemy of ynung fruit, but a few surtion lo Comfort of Don't fail to see them. Mm. C. 8. Holme cane, nt Washington, has been set vived hi ravage. to tho woman as maliciously false, nnd killed tho man for n purposo and tho The plum biislnrs I Bnggago Transferred Free of Oharge their Queiti. I now in the cities selecting them. aside, on the ground of cxceoalre damages. scant, very scant. Cherrle, tno, nre few mado by her for tho purposo of black English do not beliovo in so much . II. lleinori sucking mil eclled will lis roHfsreil rrnm tdrPot Tho larse wholesale tobacco establish recently taken cntugo of this house Unities mail; that ho knowing that money method in madness. seeomstii.latlou I fresoreksrr. sprrlal taH A little imita- ment of J. Schriber A Co., Cleveland, O., anything of the horse kind In point of and far between. Pear are not of sufficient I have and Intend to have taforamsrelsllrsislers. Tim lur Mill be s Importance lo draw lo, especially if Ihe nllh was all that was wanted, bad authori- tion of English justico in Kentucky was deslrorrd br fire Friday morning; loea speed the other day while being chased by lnrri1.orl.lqtrisitIk. rksle.il nccommodatioui. blind I raised. The best pilr have been rtcsrs. Uncle Jlmmlo Williams' mule. Great zed hii lawyer to cnmpromfso tho would help greatly in securing a moro about $100,000. laid down and no two small pear can be excitement prevailed for a time, but Mr. distinguished lion. Martin llijur, matter for a small sum, so as to save civilized stato of affairs than exists. found in Ihe tame fist or on the same 11. appeared on Ihe ecene, and by a few branch Ihe expressions being of like Imhim (ho mortification of n publica- Summary nnd certain punishment for lawyer and scholar of Ioutarillc,ilied Sunmild "billingsgates" peculiar lo himself port. The time to further remark about tion nf tho scandal, but thatsincoit crime, with n deaf car to insanity day. Ho was a native of Prussia, ami near- Ihe show was brought to a close. ly forty-nin- e yearn of age. the fruit ha "pissed." had gotten out ho had withdrawn bis and other dodges, is tho only sure A steamboat, with a picnic party on GARRARD C0UNtT offer of compromiso nnd would now way to put a stop to it. Tho law's de board, exploded her boiler near Kings-vlllfrte ef Coif. -- KC-A.S Paint Lick. All persona wishing lo tut lh me rlU of a (rest fight it out in tho Courts. Tim card lay is always dangerous to justico, 8. C. 8lx or seven persona were Mr. T. 8. Ballard bought of Mr. remedy ne thai will poslilrelr euro Consump-liowas replied to by Mrs. Owens, who while it is in many cases tho only killed and many injured. Coughs, (VIJs, Allium, llroocliltls, or any Lrnilvmuth a lino Organ for $35, Tbo Secretary of the Trcaaury has flection of Hie Throsl tri'l Lungs ra reiielot in addition to reiterating tho charge, hope of a criminal. Died, April 30th, Infant daughter of to oil it Prnnr A MeAlltler's Drug More and juat rent a check (or $175,000 to Win. H. tells how it, all camo nbout. Sho inys Lafe Uruwn, one week old; will be intered Thk New York Legislature has Vam'erdilt to meet the quarterly interest lets Trial IlatlUof Dr. King' New MscoTerr tharthe first got acquainted with Gen. passed at I.ancaater Cemetery. for Cbnsumptlon, Ireo of coil, which will show a bill changing the criminal on hia $00,000,000 in bond. The farmer are all very near done you wbsl a regnUrilullril liotll wilt do. Nuckols while she was employed to procedure so that on tho trial of cap! William and llradford Courts, diarrp planting corn, Some complain of having do some sewing for his daughter alwut tal offences XT. TKK.MM ADVUmsHHHSTK. or crimes involving n lia- liable characters, were hanged by a mob to plant ner on account of the frcexj. to be married; that afterwards tho bility to imprisonment for life, tho at llrookvilte, llracken jounty, Ky , last Wheat look well. General manifesting great interest in right to make tho closing argument to week for killing Jamca Smith at a log a Mr. J. C Itucker i putting the W. M. OWKN.N rolling. her, asked if she could mako sorao tho jury, immediately on hi new mill. He ha the stonra betoro tho li an Independent etndldsl for Assessor of All Governor James II. McCreary,of here also, and aav he will lie ready to go ltokull(.untr, August election, 1M2. uniforms which wero being prepared Judge's Jl charge, shall belong to tho haa been Invited to deliver the an- to grinding by the 1st of July. for n company of State guards. Sho counsel for the defendant, instead of nual address at the June commencement JOIIX W. KEItllY A largo doir got among Jason Shufrom Bothad never done any of that kind of to tho prosecution, as heretofore, and of the Agricultural and Mechanical Collo I lie office of As IitcsnilMite for mate sheep and killed and crippled three sessor of HotkCMtl. county, August election, IM1. Oistorn; sewing but she consented to try and a the Now York Sun says tho time will lege at Lexington. or four. The dog waa followed home but There it a plan on foot for using the bareain was struck in which he como when people will wonder that tbo owner would not let him be killed. E. VOWELS' No Doos hydraulic power of Xiagaia Fall as a agreed to pay her a dollar moro per accused persons I learn through the agent here, that .J! wero so long denied meanaof generating electricity to IllumiMTOKK ! work KSfe-r- . suit than ho said he could have the this privilege, just as wo now wonder nate several of the large Eastern cities, in- the Kentucky Central take posicssion of 311 VKttNON, KY., the Knoxvitle Hranch He was very that prisonors done for elsewhere. Iti to be Agency of South-Ben- d Chilled Flows, on trial for capital cluding New York. hojied Mr. Campbell, the agent will re Avery's Oast and Steel Plows, Buckeye kind in making her ndvnnces on the by The Hill, after sotue time main here, a he would be sadly missed, in England were not allowed crimes Reapers & Mowers.Sweepitakcs Threshwork aud sent for her repeatedly to the right of being defended by coun- had been rent in debate, and after several ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, Now Home A negro boy by the name Accident. amendments had been rejected, passed" the como to his office. Sho finally went, sel until tho Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bod ' Senate of Buck Pond waa playine about the ma year 1837. Springs. Satunlar afternoon by a vote of chinery in Wallace's moat bungling when ho made a mill when he got hii In tho examination of Blaine by thirty.two to fifteen. love for her and ended by arm in which threw him heels At the trial of Ihe Mailers and Blanche tho Committee appointed to investi over head, bruised him up and broke Ida NEW SPRING ASDJflflKR HILLINERY, attempting to clasp her to his throb Douglass, charged with the murder of Jengate the Slnpherd scandal, Perry bing bosom. Sho got away and forthnie Cramer, a chemical expert testified Mlu Rittslli-ouniletlreto Inform the l,4lts Prof. Kersey' singing is stilt Now in Uso ofthl vicinity thtlsh is eonitsntly retelling a office, where Belmont, a young democratic Con that arsenic sufficient to produce death had with started to a lawyer's very bsmlsopie line of splendid new fprloa snd The cUm met at Mr. D. O. gressman from New York, attempted been found in the body of ButunierMllllnery, which she often to ihopublle it was decided that a suit for 810,000 the deceased. Friday night, and the hosles paved st very low figures. Among her be autlful stock ol to corner him on somo statement,-wheItalph Waldo Kmerson, the preacher, around cake and lemonade of sll the should.be brought at once. She says which your Trimmings sra Hovers. Islest designs. Including lbsg rsge, mlhetlc Mie bas slso a Blaine Charged him with stating poet, lecturer and philosopher, died at his correspondent got Ono, Ucpsrlnient, w hero lbs greatest attention Bo Ta- hi share. Many thanks that there are many things that will Is glren to the cutting, ailing and making of all home in Concord, Mats,, Thursday, of lielmont retorted by lo Mr. and Mrs. D. G. tho case, an untruth, 27- klndsofdrases Back. como out on tho trial of calling the plumed Knight a bully pneumonia, contracted while attending the Pkrsosau It. O. Ward returned to which sho withholds, and that she nnd a coward, aud it was thought that burial of his friend, the poet Longfellow. Livingston laat Thursday. Mr. Champ intends to mako a red hot time for the lltcli-ai- d Pleasant Adania, Joe Burton and Shumate haa been very sick for a day or n collision was inevitable, but they Date letchenus old rooster. The wholo (nil colored) were hanged at so, but i some better now. Dr. C. T. Spil- - The shareholders of the K.NOH LICK T jroirik were not Kentuckians be Gawd, sir, Greenville, S. llnsd Co. will meet Saturday, .fluu O, 1MI. all C, Friday, for burning the thing has a bad look, aud tho publi-catio'clock r ., at thsoRlreof II It t A Alcorn, and they were content to let tho mat- Acadetnr of Music, at that place, Decem- man will start to Louisville, to get hi new snd elect President and Hoard of Directors of the cards has mado it worse. teeth this week. Doc saya he is tired of fr the ensuing year. STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. ter rest as even. Tho average Yan- ber 7, 1879. Eich declared Ida innocence. gummin. 8. W. IIIVEN8. Pmklenj. It is bad for a State officer to bo DtAIHl IN The 5lh annual meeting of the Ken kee can out quarrel the devil but they MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. charged with such an oflenso ngainst tucky l'harmacentical Association will con are constitutionally opposed to fightJEIeelion. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, society", especially since, by his alleged Sam. M. Burdett. Editor. vene at Covington, May 17th. The objects ing. The frost of Friday nicht bit the Tim annual meeting of the shareholders nf Ihe admission ho was using tho moucy of of the meeting are audi as appeal to everr HANdlNO FORK A C1D.KKN IIIVKU Turoplks beam, A petition for Mason's pardon, druggist, ami tho State to secure his amours. But wmu va)., ior inericciioa ci a i rrnueni ani noaru there ought to be a hie at The acreage planted in corn in thla or Directors Cir the ensulnc year, will Ik held al signed by one hundred and seventy- - tendance. wo shall bo glad to see the General McKlnney, Jlau tt. at I o'chstk r. x. by CLIFTON FOWI.KIl, IVesldeot. Iti said that George ILte and wife, county the present year i aiid cent,intelli prove out of the ranttcr. He is n well five thousand New Yorkers, has been gent observer to be twenty per greatof ltussellville, tins instituted libel salt meaning and clever old man, appar- forwarded to Washington. From all against the er than in any former year. for $2",000, beJEIection. Tho ltockcastle county floater i not at ently, aud eveu from Mrs. Owens' parts of the country similar petitions cause that paper published a letter to the have been sent to tho same destination. effect that all happy this year. The candidate are Thesnnual ineelln of the shareholders of lh VfvsMs;A v- statement is a miserable novice in the Jew James, had indulged in too slow in beginning field work. A MII.LKIXIIIVILI.K Turnpike But tho President does not seem in any improper intimacy with Mr. Ilite. The STAN The rolo ho attompted to play. lunitm. ffiiiD. ntei at jicurmcK'a hireling floater ia gelling resdv lo swear that he Home on ealurday, Mn 0, IMt, at lo'clwikr. Charles Thomas, (colored), convicted u., when a President anl Hoard ef Directors will bluntness and tho silliucis of bis special hurry to gratify these gushing will "winter hi vote." be elected for theensulng year. Besides too, ho is at Dover, Del., of attempted criminal asDANlbL bTAW), President. speech ns reported by tho woman, is sentimentalists. The wind, which had been blowing mad becauso Mason said he "did not sault, was sentenced to undergo an impris- from proof positive that Gen. Nuckols docs the North for several days, waa com- ;j8tes, onment of five years, to pay a fine of $500, not often try such n game, and it he want to bo pardoned by no Guiteau to stand one hour in the pillory, and to ing irom tlie Houlli yesterday, and it waa ""-rreported that winter wa at last crawling i sYytfrTiJhl rfa did allow his passions to get the better President" and is waiting to cool off receive thirty laafifca with Ihe mblT,h' The snnual meeting of the shareholders of lh down out of the lap of Spring. l ;feft5-5iA COKt'KY'd Mill Turnpike 1IUSTU.NV1LLK of his sense on this solitary occasion, before letting his prisoner go off. During the last thirty years the UniTwo in this town have lload Co, for the election ol a President and Hoard ol Directors for tho ensuing and will, like Capt. Henry, manly I Tin: New York Herald, of a recent ted State Government has given away to paid the social tax for U. S. license to cell Jasner'a Store on Saturday, year will be held at 3F1 .A. I 0VC 1MI. at Jlau O, i resiucui. 1 acknowledge his sin, we for ono will date, contains a graphic description of railroad corporation 11. ociocar. m. liquor by retail during Ihe year ending uiiiui not less than aT?ui3ra- mako haste to forgive him, eveu with tho three years' of hardships and dan acres, 21,551,201 acics more than April 30, 1833 Ho it seem that tho supout a committee to mako such an ap- gers encountered by the officers nnd comprise the great State of Texas, an area ply of the will continue to equal to eight time the area of Indiana, hold out. It is hoped that aa they will sell peal for him. crew of the exploring vessel, Jean-nettThe aanual meeting of tho shareholders of tho whisky, they will "keep a good article. or seven time the area of Kentucky. HTANFOUD A HUnrONVILLK Turnplk lload related by the officer in charge, A NUMUEK of tho democratic paAlcorn, In Hill Mr. O. W. Adam ha caught Ihe apirit Cn. will l bId at the office ol O, A at lOo'clk. In the Senate Mr. Beck moved to take SUnforJ.cn Msturday, Ml. pers of the State, notably the Breck- Lieut. Dancuhower. For over two up his bill to punish the unlawful certifi of improvement that seems to be slowly a.m., when a I'realdentSinv Hoard or Directors and will be elected for tho ensuing year. inridge Xeict, the Louisville Demo years, tho party never saw land, but cation of checks bjr national banks. The getting abroad in this e VM. 11UKTOX, President. 1 dull and crat and tho Hartford Herald, refuse were penned in by ice, which threat-- 1 motion waa Ion by a tie tote 27 to 27. sleepy old town. Ill dwelling house has to accept the whitewashing they claim ened momentarily- - to crush the vessel The vote waa strictly a party one, ave that undergone repairs, and the application of that the Committee gavo Capt. Hen- lo atoms. One of the crew lost his Mr. Davis, of Illinois, voted with the re- a mucilaginous compound of pumoi tt ain The annual meeting of the shareholders of the publicans and Messrs. Ingall and Plumb na greatly improved iu external appear8TANHHID A HALU 1A1 Turnpike Koad ry, as a vindication ofthatgcutleraan, rniud under the terrible pressure. with the democrat. ance. Co., fur the election of a President snd I'uard of hi and still refuse to give him their supat Ihe will be Director! for JIas. Scovillg got it in to her Mr. Fanny Jackson, n very old lady, Circuit Court Ihe ensuing year, Stanford held rJatur-it- j. A mail pouch on board one of Ihe ou Clerk's orBco In port. While we are not exactly pre- head that being a sister of Guiteau New York elevated railroad trains, Satur- the wife of the venerable Jam's Jackson, MilV O, UHi, at t o'clock r. u. S. V. COWAN, I'resldenL pared ut present to take so decided a was sufficient to make her a drawing day exploded with aloud noise and much died at her husband's residence in Laurel position in the matter, we yet admire canl as a lecturer, but sho don't think smoke. Examination disclosed an infer- county last week. She was a woman of the principle governing those papers, so any more. She tried it iu New nal midline addressed to Cyru f. Field, many excellencies both of mind and heart. and another of the aame character address- Her loss will Ins deeply felt. The coffin In The annual meeting of tbo shareholders ol tho and are pleased to observe that a part York, Sunday, but nothing met her ed to W. 11. Vanderbili. STATION A The premature which her remain were Interred waa made Tl'IINKIUVlLLK. McKlNNKV Co., for COFFCY'riMILL Turnpike Koad lh elecis for holding gaze but a beggarly array of empty discharge ia supposed to of the press at least have been caused of walnut lumber which waa sawed seventy tion ol a President and lkiard of Directors tut the ensuing year, will I held at McKlnney on Saturcandidates to stricter accountability. benches, and she will no doubt retire by the jolting of the train. years ago. ' "" day, .ftfi; O, '?. at I o'clock r. H. . ., -1 CLIFTON rOWLCIt, I'resldenL Fisuv W. II. Spradlin and John II. Frank Fisher, colored, guilty of comIt shows a determination hereafter to from the field in disgust. The lecturregulate whisky guzzlers and imbe ing business is too entirely too much mitting a vile assault on a German girl at Fiah caught two jumpera in Itoundstone, Saturday, that weighed five pounds each. Gallon, Ohio, wa arrested Sunday at ciles to the rear, aud had it been over doue in this country any way. .MoHcris, JIiiy-Itukt'ItiiiicrH. Knox county, and returned lo Dr. J. J. llrown and D. C. Pointer caught Nulky IMomm, Urn In lrHlM, adopted sooner, the State would novcr leading attorney for tho de Oalion prison. A mob took the prisoner three "red horse" Hilly Gresham'a trap The Cultivator, IIiirroWH, EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., have been cursed with tho executive, fense in Nlniti-t'iiltor'I tho trial of the Malley boys out and, after he had been recognized by Sunday. The three weighed twenty-eigh- t North-KsCorner of Main and Third ctrcels, lit); .MiicliliiCH anil KiiKlncN, who is now doing all in his power the girl hanged him. The scene In Ohio, pounds. It ia rather a scaly trick for an charged with the seduction and mur We bur angler to furnish uccounta of the sport to a DANVILLE. by an unma-ke- d to increase and foster crime, and - - KENTUCKY And otherforImplements nnd Machinery. consequently exclusively from Manufacturers. mob, in broad dayder of pretty Jennie Cramer, took and obtain tbo largest diccount and cosh, in d lota, aud direct, g newspaper man without, at least, offering light, and on Sunday wa unusual whose always inclines to Good a; Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto ia i "First-clas- s particular pains to secure only light The Supreme Court of Appeals of Vir- one little fih aa evidence. Newspaper Mating recently reMled iny rooms with all of lbs tne iiest Is always tne Uneapcst." Kespecttuiij, modern luiproTetnenls, I now bare the gamblers, whisky sellers and other complected men as jurors in the ginia, sustained the act recently passed by men are no sucker law breakers. Wo must raise the (Jailer- - In Central Kentucky! GEO. D. WEAREN. 8tanfoid,Ky. case. He says that blondes are not the Legislature, known a "the coupon Phil. Tunner, a former cillien of this Finest w. ii. wiTHKitN, standard and require each man who half so uni:i;, v Manaars llustonillle Depot mii.masin. waa intended by it action county, once walked from Cumberland When you elslt Dsntllle, don't lall to call aud seo severe in their verdicts as killer," which Manager Lancaster Depot, ue. uespetiiuuy, offers for tho suffrages of the people to brunettes. Criminal lawyers in Ken- to throw obstaclea in the war of the recep- Gap to hi home on Negro creek, five Ml-r.isWAitis ii. iox, walk iu accordance with it or cease to tucky will mako note tion of coupons for Slate taxes. This ac- mile from Ml. Vernon, a distance of 92 a of this. Pnetogrspher Ky. Geological Bum ey cfc miles In a day. Mr. Tanner I dead, and tion sustained Ihe act passed subsequently aepire to office, elso we shall experiWIIOLFJALK AND IlKTAII. DKALK118 IN Tub Covington Commonwealth re to the passage of the "coupon killer" act, hia remarkable pedestrian feat waa accom ence and deserve defeat. marks that "the democrats of Ken- prohibiting the Issuance In these revenue plished many year ago, but it can be sub. Gen. Ciiauieks, of tho tucky may condone the political of- casea of mandimu. The case now goes to Initiated that he accomplished the Jourdistrict of Mississippi, who will bo fences ney in the time mentioned. Mr. Hiram of Governor Blackburn and Ihe United State Supreme Court. Sheet Music, Books, an. alt Kinds of Musical Merchindise. K'jberls, a citizen of Lincoln county, left Successors to Daugherty A Holmes, remembered by u largo number of Dr. Laimton wa hung in London, Fri Secretary of Btate lllackburn, and day, for the murder of Percy John, his Ihe Gip on horseback at Ihe same lime our citizens for tbo splendid and the moral oflencoj NTANFOIID, - - KENTUCKY, NO. 66 S P., of Adjutant-GeO. brolher-iu-law- , who died on December 3, that Tenner left It on foot. The latter stirring speech ho made at the Han eral Nuckols aud Capt. Tom Henry, from the effects nf aconltlne administered reached his home some two or three daya or cock aud Kuglieh barbecuo at Crab Grand PIANOS, Square PlAAlUS, and Upright PIANOS, but wo submit that the lino ought to to him by Lamson In quinine capsule. in advance of Mr Itoberts. Orchard iu 18 80, has been ousted from be drawn About friends ofG. Fine Carriages, Buggies, In Hosowood, 8atinwood, Muliogotiy, French Lamsnn' trial waa commenced on March somewhere." Walnut ami Klxinized Case, Iu to which he is his seat in Congress, 8, and he wa found guilty. The plea of O. It. McCsll mention him a being good elegant ileuigus to corrraponil with any style nl Furniture. Sinci: tho adoption in Ohio of a said to have beeu elected, aud the insanity waa not thought of until after timber out of which to construct a County Elegant Parlor Organs, Ohanol Organs, Church Organs, negro contestant, Lynch, given bis stringent law against solliug whisky Lamson had been sentenced, and there la Judge. The paity might go much further on Sunday, tho Cinciunati saloonists no doubt that he committed a and not fare so well. Mr. John L. White place. It is uuuthur case of tbo reWith one Manual, with twu Manuals uml PotluU, uuiituiuiug tho must beaumurder to obtain about $8,000 belong- head, poet, philosopher, postiusster and publicans having tho majority aud get around it by selliug a pretzel for tiful, powerful anil useful combinations uror procured pharmacist, is in Louisville this week. five cents and throwing in a glass of ing to Percy John. in recti Instruments. they never fail to uso it right or A lady called at the jail lo see Qui Miss Iilrdie Dinson, one of Ihe prettiest beer. The law is very unpopular in Lynch enjoys tho distincwroug. girl In Kockcaille. waa vlslllm; Miss Clara teau a day or twu since, ami in conversaWo invito tho public attention to our large uml well selected stuck ol tion of the only "culled pusson" the State, the Germans especially, tion asked if he was related to a certain Whitehead, Sunday. Hon. J. K. McClary, PIANOS and ORGANS, nnd our uurqualed facilities fur furuiahiug kicking hard against it. in Congress. Dr.Ouiteau. Ills reply waa that Le believed of this place, will bean applicant for the Vu purchase fur net cash In tho beat class of instruments ut low rates. Dit. Maiiv Wai.kuk. tho male there waa aome relationship, whereuiion poalllo'i of Federal Judge in the new Fast-er- n larger quantities than any other houso in this city. Tho expense of our The startling announcement is Kentucky District. He will have a the lady said sho waa sorry tu bear it, for AND PIANO and ORGAN Department is far less thuu Rome housflashed over the wires that Crump, tho woman, has, after years of persisten olid backing from both parties in alt thla ho knew Dr. Gulteauji family lo be very es (loii)L' exclusively n Piuuo and Ort-atrude. Wo liavo reached lower cy, obtained u position iu oue of the respectable people. steward of tho W Into llouso bus Thejirlsoner retorted section. Maj, John 8. Cooper, of Louis-vlllprices than havo been tendered by any dealers in this market, aud guarantee departments at Wnshiuirtou. It is angrily! "You had beiTSrJiuove on now, agent of the Quartermaster's Depart- WAGONS OF and tbo awful question arises, ALL KINDS. I nil instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay- needless to say that the feiualo women for we have had enough cranks here at. ment, ia in town and has loom at the , uu iriai, nut jiruviug as represented, may uuu what is Arthur goiug to do for his iiioiiuiuviib of the tame department will have ready." He declInedjCo.have any further ''Joplin House." He I here lo take pioof We manufacture Carriages of all descriptions, ho returned uujrour expense. matu solicit correspondence with Wo at n ewplojlutf onlr workmen ami using persons desirthis is a day of making nothing to do with her. hash ?SureIy of claim against the U. K. for losses in- oulj Dr. Mary conversation with thi lajljor her material, ai.J sell at reasonable and tako pleasure in unswerini; all inquiries. ngurws style, workmanship and material cunsld-- ll ing to purchase, much ado over small men. ought to bo srjuelched. curred during the war, and will remain red HAUUIIKKTY A jicmi-ffOUtlilij nlcrioroiirna( Da. Lamso.v, fn was bung r -2- r J ST.ASAPHHOTEL MYERS HOTEL, s xiiu Oar-fiel- tirtt-cjaa- tl W, 91. BEIGGI3XFS THEyMsWlxVsm e, -- GEHE MAYFIEID Water Elevator. shin-gle- Ktch-mon- Destroys J. VAKIX.TY tom of Has Tubing and Freeze. Wator Insects; Draws Fresh Wator Not' I I VV anti-Chin- Foulost Cisterns Made Puro This Elevator. OVER ONE HUNDRED in This County. a Mintut-Makin- Try and If Not Satisfied, It Will kon Turnpike IHcutioii. n rilan-lor- GEO. D. WEAREN, Turnpike J, S7-- Oouritr-Joum- al Turnpike 7l!l5iwaW Uiis7nMC'9n ljr ayiffli 3t mmmmm& an 37-- Turnpike Election. lar-s- ij saloon-keeper- a Turnpike Elect ion. "WIAIGIOIIVIS, wAGoira, i e, lone-whil- Turnpike Election. Turnpike Election. f-- n, Excelsior Art Rooms st BUGGIES Ni'ir-itlinIcrcar-loa- J2TJD -' CARRIAGES, 't'orii-.Mu'lM'rIIiiy-l'rt'hMC- Corn-IMmiUT- 1 fellow-feelin- tf sToaHcnxr onurtCH OO.. shoe-strin- Daugherty&Hyde MAMurAt-TUaars PIANOS AND ORGANS WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, n 4 3- - bt-iu- PHAETONS. n mi-ilia- Aril-ela- lirst-cla-- 11YDK. JOHN CHURCH & CO. r 4 2. Gr.nMAM Millet and Hungarian Heed at MARRIA0ES. A W. II. IU.gInV. received at Hale A Nunnellev's. Finr boxes (Iown A Monet's sospjusl are to unite their destinies one week. 'Stanford bean and a country belle Ihl dy Tuesday Morning, L A N. L OCAL 1'itnTfrt train Noilh . May 2, 1882 TIME CARD. " I) r. M Soolh. LOCALNOTJCES. 1" ?J t 4 A Btptlsl Church at Ilnitonrllle ! a fixed fill, a the building will be let to Ituv Paints of I'fnnjr MoAllster. the lowest bidder nextStturday. "See ad." Ninr. line ol Hint CagM at A. Owsley's. The pastor of the Methodist Church I'nnm car Iltrrel Mme Jml rrcdreil liy TiMNn of lhelow pn)gre of the Co- gave notice Sunday that ho intended lo A. Osrslfjr. I)oan'7MmI Ossollna ul at I'rnny .V ntractor, the I A N'. ofileliN have decided raise $'i00 for repair and painting within to lake up ft tufllelent number of hand to the next len-iliyMcAlhter'n. so prep ire to pony up. Nkw stnck nf Jewelry anil Kllvsrw.ir at o'ear the mad ami keep the track going The Baptist of Huslonvllle and viTrnny A MoAlliter'a. ahetd. Sixty went up ytiterday, ami 200 cinity will meet at the Presbyterian Watoiim, Clock ami Jewelry repaired more are to follow at once. The Engineer Church on Friday before the 3rd Sunday ind warranted liy Penny A McAllaler. ssys that thocar shall certainly be at Lon- In May, for tho purpose of organlxing n J. II. A H. II. Hiianks ire rrrelTlns anil don by June 1st. Church there. opening a lot nf men' ant boy' clothlnjt. A ntrii Knglish oorproillon l negotiaand laUd, stockWdcrop. Yoil will find lli bent cent cigar In town at l'enny A McAlla-lerV- . ting throiifjli John It. Procter, of the State D. Swope bought of Ctrii Slroude, J. Iluteau of Immigration, with Hon. John a a pair of fine mare mule for $290. At.t.tlioe Indebted to the firm of 8. Owsley, of Ihl county, for his fine blue-gra- si Diul-ilera- r A Duddertr and Kemance, -- O. C. Lyon sold lo Wm. Becker V farm of 1,600 acre. He ha priced cattle for A Co., will please call and fettle. July delivery at 0 cent. Tub lock of J. II. AH. It.Hhankala It at $15 per acre, and It I likely that John O. Lynn bought of T. C. Coffey, now complete with beautiful stles of they will take It. They wih It for raising saddle mare for $125. a five year-olII, just fine stock Hprlng Goods. If you don't bolt of all clastt. Uarrclt Elkln bought of J. M. Hail call on tliem and nee. ii Wk are Jul receiTlng and opening a Now in tub Time Yes, now t Ihe 100 sheep unsheared, at 5 centa per lb, larjj lot of Zelitler A'llroi.' I.ailW and lime to get what you want, ladles, for John Johnson sold hi cattle to go off Children' Shoe fur Spring and Hummer Spring and Hummer weir, while the stock 15th June, at 0 cents, Ueorge Becker, wear. J. H. AH. II. 8liink.. of good at J. W. Hayden' I fresh nnd purchaser. n tradPERSONAL J. T. Qdlsenbery, a complete. In Dress tlood, he ha plain, of Laurel, I here figured and Moire striped Nun' Veiling, er of Clark county,ha made an nsslghment. Mu. S. 1'. Owst.r.V, Huntings, &, and trimming In Surah Llabllitlei $10,000. on business. Nora Stewart sold a lot G2x73 adjoinV. II. Anderson ha returned and Moire alrlea to suit ll.ein, Mr. ing the colored hall lnMackvllle,for$110 from Harper, Kauai. PltToI. hosses will bear In mind that the to Willi Whitley. Mr, and Mr. Adam Cirpenter were old law remains unchanged. There waa W. I Dawson sold to Ben Kobinson lilting In Illoomfield. legislative tinkering at It, but the 120 sonii Iamb', to be delivered June 20th, and Mit.T. K Ilnfor,of Florida, I visit- various amendments never came to head, to weigh CO pounds, at S cents. ing Mrs. Geo. II. Ilruce. ltemember that nobody but a coward ever The Nelfon Jireonl reiorts the aaie of ANUMnrn of otirrportlng wpuUtIon carries n concealed weapon and do not lay went to Lexington yesterday, to attend the yourself liable to the punishment made 000 sIoped cattle at 0 centa and a premium of $1 per head, and 100 do. at G cent race. and provided In suchcatei nor the charge K. P. Wood sold to Mr. Small, of Mim fixrxi.A MARKftiitmr, a Utile of being afraid of your own shadow. Todd county, a saddle horse for $150. Billy Lancaster beauly, I a guest of Mi Jen B. F. Daw-so- n Alexander sold In a same fine mare for Tub WiiirriNo PosT.-- Mr. nle ltlcharda. caught a negro man named Kph $105. Mks. J. II. Dknnih ani Mira Hcrnr, The first new wheat of the season (one went to Lebanon Junction, (Saturday, to Woods, stealing some of his goods Ihe other day, when he gave him hi choice of hundred sacks) arrived at St. Loula Saturtwo with the Judge. pend a day or from Jackson county, Ark , snd sold Mn. Junius. Hociiwir.n, of the Loula-Titl- e going to jail or taking a cowhiding. He day bar, one of the brightel young law- chose the latter, whereupon Mr. D. estab- at $4 50 per bushel. J. D. Swope bought of Cicero Reyyer In the Ktate, It on a -- bit to hi mother. lished a Utile whipping post of his own for July -- JI M. HuHlinr, Ivj, candldle lor and ordering off the negro's shirt, hit him nolds hit flock of ewe and lamb Superior Judge, wa here yeilerday, hak-In- g 10 tallica on his naked back, drawing the delivery at$I76 per lienl for the former, and $3 per head for the latter. hand with hi old friend and making blood freely. W. F. Hodgkln bought several lota of many new one. lie I confident that he night Tnr.itK waa a alight froit Saturday week at G cents be cluen to wear (Injudicial ermine. and yesterday morning the ground waa fat hog in Clark conly last will per iMiund. He also bought of J. S. Swln-ne- y -- Mr. Leo Klngleton, of CorTeTTllle, as white In placea a If a slight snow storm 75 fat wether at 4 cents. w hrre on a bulnea llt Fri- had visited Tee also formed. The toIt 1 reported that the rce horse HinSaturday. He tell u that a mato plants, beans, squash, otatoe and day and doo lamed himself at Louisville Saturday, larger crop of corn I planted in hi adopt- onrn are btdly bitten, and much of the probably not run at Lexington. ed State than uutl. and that wheat I three former will have to be replanted. In and will U sal and this climate the safest plan Is to wait till Luke Blackburn is still lame. looking renurkably fine. Fruit Ambrose Doford ha bought and a large iopplr I" aiored. the 1st nf Msy More attempting to garden shipped from till section In the Isst three at all. A number of parties have had Ihe weeks over a hundred onws with cilves, LOCaThATTERS. pteaiure of planting beam three time litis for which he paid $30 to $G0 per head. Hale Canncii gooil lower than erer at son o n. Clark Cash had n mule colt here yesA NuniielleT'. . TllK County Court as a butnes instituterday, which, although but three week I OKrEn far ale, prlealely, my propertion seenM to be playing out. Nothing old, meaiires four feel In height. Ben ly In Stanford. J. K Warren. waa done of oansequenee yesterday, ami Kobinson offered him $100 for it, but he Mn. John II. IlRtmiT h a chicken when we dropped In on two or three occa- declined to accept. sions the Judge and the Clerk were silting O P. Bright sold his crop of tobacco lee and feet. with four evelng each other In a solemn manner at $1250 at home, realiilng $300 clear TllllKi: HUNI'HKII THOUSAND HlltCK for and maintaining a silence that was pain- profit on Ihe lot of five acre cultivated. ale. Apply to Henry Ilaughnian, Stan-for- fully painful. An administrator appoint- The warehouse ni'n complimented him ed on a negro woman's estate, a swspping highlr on the nice way he hid handled it. Waxtkd. Two kmm! ooat maker by II of mud road surveyor and other matters The sale of the Belle Meade yearlings Kupley, Merchant Tailor, Stanford, Ky nf no more Inimrt, sums up every thing took place Saturday near Nashville, when Apply at once. 37 colts and fillies brought $23,205, an done by Ihe august liody. Ten Enaverage of a little over $0-- 7. Mil. J.T. Haiihh ha fresh fish for rale A Administrator of Hank Stock quirer colls brought $1,1 10 per head, nnd twice a week Wednesday and Saturday, John Shanks, Col. W. fJ. Welch sold at five Great Toms $785 per head. ft hi meat and provision store. auction Saturdsy, 07 shares of Farmers' The homo of Henry Clay, was sold on Ono waa sold with Tlir. change in the schedule of train on National Rink Stock. Saturday by tho Executive Committee of the C. S. It. Ii. ciTe u a direct connection the privilege of five, and they were knock- Kentucky University, to Major Henry ed oil" to several psrlies, but It is underwith Somerset and points South daily. The propClay Mc Doweil of Franklin. stood that the whole amount goes to Mrs. interest In the Sarah P. Wells. Price ran from $U0.60 erty contain three hundred and twenty-fo- ur Foil Ham: A one-ha- lf acres, and the prico is $60,000. Iluitonvllle Mill for sale, privately. Ap to $147 10. At no previous sale had the Commodore Kittson, Ihe millionaire ply to V. It. William, llu.tonvllle, Ky. slrck sold for over $140. Hut It Is a good lumberman of Minnesota, has purchased of HTANroRD'a future i bright and rosy. investment, even at the above prices, aa it H. V. Bemis, Chicago, the pacing wonder, 0 per cent, interest. She doubled her population between 1670 will realite nearly m Little Brown Jug, record 2:11, and the and 'SO. She'll more than treble it by 1890 Al.THOl'nii a month' march nearer Ihe trotter, Silrerton, record 2:20J, paying for Till: proprietor of Lincoln Mill, lur- tomb, we are glad, yea delighted, that Ihe the two $25,000. The price paid for the ing secured a ptrmanent water supply, month of April Is now among the thing Jug is raid to be $21,000. Those who have taken the trouble to will be able to do custom grinding at any that were. We do not remember a more disagreeable one. Starling out with heat Investigate, say that a larger crop of corn lime. If you remit your enough to cause many to shed their winter haa been planted this season than for years. To SuiwoaiiiKiix. snow storms, The frost of yesterday will not hurt it subscription in staui, please do to In fhnnel, it developed Into frtuls and cold rains, the wind blowing much, aa it i not far enough advanced. l.ree's or ona'i. We can not use other of from the F.tat ttio while. Verity we have The wheat Is also unhurt, and promise a larger denominations. have had chance enough to fill our b ab- fine yield. YorcHDAY was the lait day that any domen like Job with Ent wind, and now The Henderson Sentinel say that Harkind of stock will lie allowed to run at that the month of flower I upon us, we vey Park had begun to raise sheep, and large on the streets, If Mr. Ilruce will do genuflect and pray that that the weather had accumulated & flock of aixty head, his duty, and he generally trie to do It. vane tliall henceforth point to the South. when, last week, they were attacked by dog and every one in Ihe flock killed or Till! Stanford and MilleilRevllle Turn- 11 ua have peas. Biggins, a wounded. The Legislature but curte the pike will declare a dividend of four per Susricious Death. Almlri cutting Jerry Hughe, Artnt IlAtt.rv another negro and Alex (Moper for cutting hi wife will ho tried at IIurinnTllle tods r. To Wool, Onowiinv Wo want to bhy 100,000 pound of wool. It will b to your Interest to see n befarc disponing of your wool. McAlMer A Ilrlghl, Ag'l. Stanford Woolen Mill. fr The marriage of Prince I.coiold, son Ilelenn, of Queen Vlclorja, and Prince waa celtluateil In London a. few days ago villi great pomp and splendor. RELIOIOUS. To prevent a conflict In dates, the President of a numlier of the Slate Fair met at Lexington, Frldar, and arranged that the Illchniond Fair, August 8th; 8harxhurg, Auguit Itth; Cynthlan, August 221; Lexington, Augint 29lh; Paris, September 5lbj Falmouth, September 12th; Maynllle, Hsptember lOlh. LINCOLN COUNTT. BRUCE, PENNY & i McALISTER FANCY ARTICLES. pr. paratlons stpeclalty WARREN & CO, Q DRUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY Physicians' I'reirrlptlAn sctnratelj nmpnnnilrd Phatmes tlcsl ch Kan, u. ' a Engleman's Mill. Pink Kye lia mailn It appearance among the horse in this vicinity. Ml Nora Murphy made her sister, Mr. H. II. Hire, n firing visit last week, Mr. Tim P.nglenian I qulle sick. The member of the II. F. Seining Club are rejoicing lint another appioprla-lio- n hai been nude lo supply the ttream with n new kind ol full a the old stock is about eilisuplei'. Mr. P, N. Prowitt sold to Mrs. Betsy Spoonamore, 13 acre of land for $250. lUilxrt Leak shipped WO I In. of tobacco 10 I,oulsvlllfl last week, for which he received $17.50 per hundred. A negro cabin on the farm of Mr. Tim F.ngleman was consumed by fire one day last week. The ho'iie wa occupied by Henry Heed, of color. Every thing that he possessed wa lost, except the clothe he had on hi back. Iter. Allen Tupper, of Harrodsburg, will preach at Providence next Sunday, at 11 o'clock. The Providence Sunday School will have a picnic on the third Saturday in May. The place ha not been designated yet, for the occasion. A new way of raising potatoes. Mrs. Sam Engleman put three or four large potatoes in her wardrobe some time ago Iq some cotton. She had forgotten all about them. Ho she waa looking in the ward-rot- e a few days ngo for something, and found her potatoes. They had sprout on them three or four inches long, and they had grown through a paper and a pair of cuff. In Ihe cotton were a number of young potatoes a large a partridge egga. Last Tuesday, Miss Elixa Engleman missed her necklace, a pair of bracelet and a breastpin. The house maid waa but they had not sufficient evidence to accuse her. A few day afterwards, some one was heard in a room up stairs at Mr. Sam Shelton's. Hi daughter went up lo see who It was, and to her aurprise, it was a big buck negro. She not being very easy to frighten, marched the gent down to her father. He began to question him, and he said that he thought that he heard some ono up stairs and he only went up lo see If he could gel something to eat. Mr. Sheiton let him go on such an excuse a that. After he had got a Utile ways from the house, MIsa Sheiton discovered that he had ransacked her trunk and took her pocket book and tome other articles. Mr. Sheiton started after him, but he made good his escape. On Mr S.'s return lo the house he found a pair of pants In a brush in hi avenue; upon examination he found in one of the pock et an Advocate with Tim Engleman' name on it. He Informed Tim of the fact; ho investigated the matter and found that a nice pair of pant belonging to Frank were missing so they turned out to be hi. It is evident that he i the same scamp that got Mis Eliza' jewelry. Frank waa very glad to get hi pant, aa they were bis Sunday ones suspi-clone- d, o o p' 02 P CD M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA IIOUSK BLOCK, STANFOaRI), ItvV., - DRUGSSTS hi 3 09 a1 Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Tollrt nils! Faiiry .trlMrm, llaoltn, Stnttonrrn, Tnbnrra nml Vlunv, l.lquar, . I'liulelttn i'rcmcrlitttann nml I'liar- tnnerutlcal I'rrttnrnHotim i I m It P Sperlnltu 1 T STS Wlnt, P 0 1 CD -- i $ MUfiM ThlnNctv .Mill, cotiiiiiiiiiiK c-- the litlcnt anil 2 MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iiiaiiiifHcturliiK incut mill Hour, 1h now In full operation. We will grind for ciiritoincrH, for tho present, on TncRilay, TliiirNtlay, l'rlilny mid Saturday of each wcelt, and on Court'DnyH and all other public day. He Hollclt a liberal slinrc or patronage and ulll endeavor to give entire HUt!ficlloii. IVcrt-ncNiln- g P CD y, 0 o d Flour, Moal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., Wheat, ti-e- Always) on hand anil for Hale. IIIrIichJ tnnli price paid for Corn, . Order left at 91111 promptly attended to. INfoAXjIKTSK & sNAM.EE. E. is?0 CD P. OWSLEY Una Just Opened a Fino Stock of BRAND NEW GOODS, Consisting of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, AND P. Ul H 09 GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Line of J- hp si? B Pa I am oponing daily a Full line ot tho Beat Goods in tho Markot, to bo sold at Bottom Prices. Call and examine CARPETS.OIL GLOTHS1TRUMKS TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. E. It. CUHNADI.T. JO-"- . SEVERANCE. D. B. EDMISTON. Mo w -- IJsRIIO- ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. nk 0 The title to 1,300 farms, or about in Hardin County, Ohio, occupied for nearly fifty years, being contested by Virginia claimant before the Land Commissioner in Washington. Lynching mtirderders and the scoundrel who commit crime worse than mur der, Incoming fashionable. The deep sen'e nfdisgutt and rage at the spectacle of the murderer of the President ten months after hi crime, still fat and saucy and making money, it causing the nut breaks of public fury that are so frequent and so conspicuous. Ex. 130,-00- acre, 1 1 ssa pH Li Qj w CHENAULT. SEVERANCE & GO. IlarcJiiHl received direct from the EaHtcrii oil lew the most elegant Mock of Buckltn's Arnica Salre. la the world fur Cuts, Brulwi, Salt Itheuui, Fever oret. Tetter, CturpeJ Hindi, CUIIblsIns, Corns, snd lit Skin Eruptions, srnl positively cures piles. It Is guar anteed to glis entire satlifactlon or nioner refund ed. Price 25 cents per box. For aale by Penny 4 McAlUUr. Fortunes for Farmtrs and Mechanics. Tbouaands of dollars can be saved by using proper Judgment In taking esre of tbe besltli of yourself and family. If you are Bllloui, have allow complexion, poor sppellte, low snd depressed spirits, sud generally debilitated, do not delay s moment, but go stones and procure a bottle of tbose wonderful Electric Bitters, wblib never fall lo cure, and tbst for the trifling ium of flftjr cents. Tribune. Sold by IVnnr A McAUs- ler. The Lest Sgies, Ulcers, SKW AllVtKTISfcMKXTN. ulte Mo StMp CD 2 CD gw rt- Btam fB uro'rionsrs, In this Clothing, Boots, Siloes O Ever exhibited 09 Sa I o3 H Pa market. Xcw and cent. Daniel Stagg is President and h manner. managed it affair lu a Grst-rat- e Ykstkhday was a big day in Agricul- tural michlnery, four manufacturers being represented, and the atreeta literally lined Kich agent with labor taring Invention. claims to hare made many sales. -- i P Nkw Potatom. Mr. Hamilton Uoone brought ui a mess of new potaloei of hi own raising yesterday, some of which were as large as hen' egg. It is hardly neces. ssry to ask anybody If they can beat them. We know they osn't. . MoAMhteu A Sallki:, of the Lincoln Mills, hare at last got their pumping machinery in working order, and now they get their water for steam purposes from the creek several hundred yards away. The pump is near the cieek and Is worked by steam from the mill engine, which is conveyed by linn pipes. Mr-fit- f CATTI.t TlllKl'. John Jones, colored, was tried before Judge Stephen llurch Friday, for stealing two cows from his and tent on, wife' aunt, Almira- - Hit-gin-s and in default of $150 bail he was lodged in Jail, Jones sold the cows on County Court day In April to Jesse Fo. for $25, and It was not until a few day ago that he waa suspected of stealing them. la fast approaching As CoMMKNUEMr.NT when white dresses will be In deuitnd, we advise our friend to examine the extensive variety of new White Good to be seen at J,W, Hayden', consisting of Mod-jesk- a lace suitings; plaid, atrlped aud solid IiidlaftLlneiit; figured and striped Swiss; figured pTald and plain Linen Lawn, and a great variety of Lace for trimming aame, the colored woman living near Crab Orchard, Legislature. Below are the ruling price for prodied suddenly Friday afternoon under susShe wai in her vision, Ac , in Stanford: Bacon shoulders, picious circumstance. usual health when the boy who lived with 11a; hams, 10,s.j tides, 15c. Flour, $1.00 her, left home for the mill after dinner, but to $150; corn, $1.60; meal, $1 per bushel; GOc. when he returned at 5 r. M. she was lying oats, 75c; coffee, 12 J to 20c, molaues, on a lounge dead. 'Squire Uarnett thought to 00c; dried applts, 7c; peaches, 8Ja; the circumstance suspicion enough to Irish potato, $1.00 lo $2; twrcl potatoes warrant an inquest, and he accordingly $2; butter, 25c j cheese, 20c.; eggs, 12jc; had a jury summoned, which has yet made salt by 7 biuhel bbl., $200. Our young frtend, I. Shelby Tevls, ia no report. The woman it an aunt of the one of the largest farmer in all thi secwife of John Jones, whoso theft It mention elsewhere, aud It I said she made tion. He has 275 acre of corn, 250 in some threat agiinttjier when she had her small grain, and ha over 1,200 head of lock. Ill amill grain i looking remarkluiibind sent to jail. ably well, a CO acre lot of rye sown In DeTllK purchase of the Itlchmond Brauch cember last, on onrn atubble land and covby Ihe Kentucky Central, thereby making ered by dragging a brush over II, being thlt tho terminus for a long tiiuo at least of now waist high and heading out freely. that road, glYei Stanford Ihe biggest boom Wash Wakefield, cf Danville, bought With the tbl week of Jno. W Potter, 22 head 030 he lias hail In many completion of the Kentucky Central from ound extra ateer at $1.75; 20 head 000 Pari to IEichmond, we will have a direct IKiuud steers from Sylvester Harris at $1 connection by aa short a route a the C. 8 75; 10 head 800 pound ste-- r from J C and Potter at $150; 5 head 800 pound steers It. 11 to Cincinnati nnd inu West, with the advtntxge of rale on fruui L. U HarrUat $150; 0 head 700 and freight, that no other road otn pound steer from W S MuP.lwsin at $30 atl'urd from those Kinta Of oouro it will a hetd; 5 heller from same at $25 a head be nrcessary to establish and Howling (i'eeii OaKtte. here, and we expert In a few CouilT A (jialler crowd CoONTV years to see Slanlord stretching to the than utual wa in ton yesterday, and Junction, and doing a business unequalled still smaller supply of stock. Butlnesa .,. . by no other town ol Its size In the Stale. .( ttriA was ouly lair, ine auctioneer rriviri .uv It is rumored that the K. U will at once inferior oattle on the market. Capt II T take charge of the Branch, and until their Buih say that owing to the continued cold extension is completed, put a Hue of stage retarding the growth of from Ktchuiond to Lexington, and thus weather, thereby open their builneas at once, but tbl I not grats, prlct for cattle were not advanced authentic. It would teem, however, aloce over those of a month ago, varying from 3 Ihe L. A N. lis removed all their properly to 5 cent. Col. I. M. Dunn report tale from along the Branch, that It I the in3 to 5 cents, with only a few extra bunchtention of the lv U, to lake charge Tester-daeven If It doe not Intend to make any es at the jat figure, Neither of them change at present. told any horse or mule. -- NOTICE to CONTRACTORS, IIIJs will be rec Ived by the Committee for bulldiuicallapUslCburch si Itustonvllls. Ky., from tbe foundation up. Contractor to furufsb ever Iblng bliustlf. l'laua and tclrlcatlons can beseenat 'ihoiuis Clcll's In Huslonvllle. Dlds opened SllUKOir, Mir ISth. His lo be Snlsbed by September lit, mi. U. W. Kll'l-'L'- , SS-Cbalrmau. t p" i P ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, w o o 03 AI.J.O Pa A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Including Niiii'm Yelling, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, TiuiiIho ui uhiiii, tve, iiiiii in im-iii Of Ixmlivlllc, Ii candidate for Superior Judge In Ibis the 2d District, subject lo tbe action of the Oeiuocracy. MuJ. A. K. ItlCHAIlDS, t o r- -t Jiuleo IC. J. IIUECKIMtlDGE Monday In August. o o i Pa Ul P4 Is a csndldite lor Judge of (Superior Court, subject to tbs scllon of the Democracy. Election, first ! o CD o Dress Goods of Every Description. FIlIsTs LINKS CD Ui ii. n. Of Lancaster. Is s csudldata for preiue Court from tbe 'id district, tenon oi me democracy. nimmrrr. of tbSu Jail toubject to tbe - xJ P Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, 1 w EVERLASTING! TRIMMINGS, SIAS TUCKING, ht Mrs. Kate Dudderar Lancaster street, BTANFOHD. KV work-sho- p round-hous- e .. la uailT rcceiTlug ubv snu uejtuuiui miiiiuvij xoods ol every ilrlpilon aud everything of Ihe .h(. Inlan.l llliwlflanv. .(a. I .t lua ..ii ... 1,1 Iblog In her Hue should fall lo call ou her friers as low aitUe luwrst. bbe la tbsnkful for past fjvoraaod Hopes for their continuance. Mrs, Mollle Myers his clisrg ol tbe Mintui-uisslu- g di parlmsol, which Is sit tbit la neceuary lu say Id regard to It. o a w P Laces, Ia-diet- - XVeclcvetii', TANS, PARASOLS. &C. trr CD ft P" "VsTHIITE GrOOIDS In cttdlchs variety, and a splendid assortment ot I.iihiih, (alllUllHIHH, Ac. 3 bTlWKOSU gTKKKT LANCASTER KENTUCKY. JOHN T. IIKiMNS, l'HOl'WETOR. '03 ? -- N3UUVM CARPETS. Wo have added te our Mock a hIcp ntsxorlmcHt ort'arrsclH,HHRs, r Oil Cloth, Matting. Wall Tuner, Vc. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- ING GOODS. y, A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL, Inavery particular. The patronage ot tbe puUlo la-- lf solicited, sud satisfaction guaranteed, aonua J I. V Burglars and Satinet Bank. How to Spoil a Witt. "No, sir," says I kinder inodoat "Tho tact ir," remarked old Mrs. How will this do? i . fc v like. Phipp, who is down to Frisco on n Snarl at her. "V'i'F.G "What do you supposo is tho matter m Hkid-morMako her clean houso untidy by visit, "tho fact is,"my dear Mrs. with tho lockr says he. STAKPORD, ICY. I had the narrowoU cscapo habits. "I don't rightly know yet," says I; your slovenlywith her. from being ruined tho other day you Find fault , - - May 2, 1882 "hut I think it is a littlo worn on ac- Ilosa her out ot licr shoes. Tuesday Morning, over heard of." count of not beinc oiled enough. "Oh, how nice," said Mrs. S., pourAlways havo tho last word. Thcso 'ero locks ought to bo oiled ing out another cup. "How was it?" I3o extra cross when alio is harassA COOL SCOUHDREL nboutoncon year." "Why, you know I sold our houso "Well," says he, "you might as ed by tho work and worry of wash My irofeion isn't a popular one. well nnd lot last month, and had tho mon will stay day. go on, now I'm here; I Thcro is considerable prejudico against till Jennings comes. Can't I help Quarrel with her for trifles. oy nil ready to doposit in tho s.iviugs it. I don't myself think it's much you? hold your lantern, or something bank next morning, which wns the Never bo on timo to your meals. STILL LEADS WITH THE wbrso than a good many others. HowGrowl when alio forgets through a very day of its failure" sort?" of that ever, that's nothing to do with my "Hood gracious! Tho thought came to mo liko a flash, multiplicity of duties to sow buttons Btory. Some years ngo mo and the on your shirts. "I slept with tho money under my and I turned around and says: gentleman who was nt that timo conPay no attention to providing tor pillow, nud tho tioxt morning when I "How do I know you'ro tho Presinected with mo in business he's met dent? I nin ever seen vou afore, and the household nnd toll her nothing got ready to start for tho hank tho with r oversea sinco then, nnd nt p resmoney wns gone. Somo burglars hnd to crack this about its expenses. vdb mav be eat isn't nhlo to go out was looking bank, for nil I know. Spend tho prico of several now bon- taken it during tho night. An hour nround for n job, being nt tho timo "That's a very proper Inquiry, my nets for cigars, and then skip tho afterword tho bank burst. Did you rather hard up, as you might say. man," says ho, "and shows a most bonnets. over hear of such n picco of good luck?" Wo struck n small country town. I rcmarkablo dogrco of discretion. I "Luck? Why, you lost your coin Tell her plainly you havo married nin'tngoin' topivoitawny hy telling confess tho samo." that I should not have thought her to do your work. dares to bow nil "Yes, but don't you seo they caught where It was or what tho nanio of it Kaiso a row if sho AND SELL THE BEST in which I was placing of tho jwsitiou was. Thcro was one bank there. Tho gentleman the burglars, nnd, on condition of my you. ilowovcr, lean easily convince pleasantly to an BUGGY ON THE GLOBE President was a ricli old duller; owned not prosecuting them, they returned you that its all right. Do you know friend. the mills, owned tho bank, owned what tho President's name is?" Find never ending fault if she hap- me fifty cents on tho dollar. 'The FOR THE MONEY. twenty-two- . most of tho town. Thcro wasn't no bank "No, I don't," says I, sorter surly. pens to want any thing sho sees tho There'spannol out only Hannah, beother officer but tho cashier, and they no uso talking, woman next door having. "Well, you'll find it on that bill," had a buy, who used to sweep out nnd said be, taking a bill out of his pockSEND FOR CATALOGUE Grumblo when sho provides a pick tween savimrs banks nud robbers, I'll errands. run tako my chances with tho burglars on up dinner. et; "and you seo tho samo namo AND TESTIMONIALS OF Tho bank was on the main street, Let it out sometime! when you are every lime." San Francisco Post. thcso litters," and ho took somo letpretty well up ono end of it nice, good and mad thnt you wish you had ters from his coat. A Royal Bengal tiger has been seen HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN snug place, on tho corner of a I supposo I ought to havo gono married somo oilier gin you useu 10 in his untivo jungles hi hot flight from with nothing very near it. Wo go with. right on then, but 1 was beginning to WHO HAVE USED THEM Tbcso animals a pack of took our observations, and found thero If you havo had n hard day's work are small nnd mako no noise, but they feel interested in making him prove was no'troublo nt all about it. There homo and let - ADDRESS- in tho storo or office, go who ho was, so I says : When nro fierco and determined. was an old watchman that walked up out your gall on this poor woman.who once n pack oi them nttnek nn nulmal, "You might havo got them letters nnd down tho streets at nights, when has baked and ironed, and mended, to put up n job on me. that animals doom is scaled; they ho didn't fall asleep and forgot it. Tho a very honest man," says nud tended children sinco sunrise. never leavo it. They will dog their vault had two door?; tho oulsido ono he;"louro among a thousand. Don t Don't try to hold your peovisb dispo "ono prey for days if it need be, nnd run it l was chilled iron and had a COLUMBUS think I'm at nil offended at your per- sition in check. Growl and fuss and OHIO, combination lock; tho inner door wasn't sistence. No, my good fellow, I like fume and find fault with tho little pa- down exhausted, and if it turns to fight REFKaKNCKS they go in fearlessly nud by their numlianjlln I hate no door at all; you could kick it open. join (lEiTtturti it," nnd he laid his hand on my shoul- rent woman whoso rosy checks you r rtr tho All HrrvtUr It didu't pretend to bo nothing but der. "Now here," says he, taking a ono timo kissed, and sworo by all bers win. wild beasts ofwhich forest put four ynra. !oinioiii, phitlnm,iltrn, tr Hit far Ihry h tntlro there is itUfattloii to all whohaia hnuihl Ibeiu, ami I dog, from fireproof, and it wasn't even that. bundle out of his pocket, "is a pack- that's good thnt you would lovo and dread tho to I alio to wll a rrral many nwrr Ihli Tho first thing wo did, of course, was life nnd death. no escapo by speed, nrtihco or battle. nict than any of tho prlmu yar. Truitlof tfaton age of 810,000 in bonds. A burglar cherish her through am, you will ticahf to ail all onlMi promptly, to fit n key to tho otitsido door. As The thing is about as long as broad, An Emtoimai.. Tis sweet, on Niritntii lUmta, U?rrynian. wouldn't be apt to carry thoso around tho lock on tho inside door whs an old with him, would ho? I bought thera brethren. Itockland Courier. night, at homo to sit by fire LarayttU.lnd. winter's fashioned Bacon lock, any gentleman an,l wiling V.'e hi Iff n uric (lanTLauicx nud taper; but, ah, it is a wiser thing, in the city yesterday, and I stopped The Rumseller'a Work. your ward In Clatkr county for tbo I ml lour ray profession who chances to read of way homo to loathing, I have a thor- by tar, to read our paper. Wont you ynri with thobnttaturartlan to ouraflrra anj on my hero I havo a this article will know just how easy placa Your hugglM are uniirruiiy of tako our paper? Can't you tako our euitontrra. hy mircvalomrrelaba tho tfry htt them in the vault, and, I may ough disgust for theso that job was and how wo dono it. I h houihl In tho country t wealth. When I get into papr? The joys of earth arc little for tho prlco that canerring lluray It pronounrcj add, that yoursimplo nnd manly honmay say here that tho gentlemen in and smell the foul worth Unless you take our paper. Your Combination aoflrat, and riilrtl rlJIng esty has so touched mo that I would tho horse-car- s by all tot thaflnftt. my tine of business, having at times a Itrcwitf r l.le-your nanus liquor, when I go into tho Maidens wanting lovers true, you must bony now In u. Your tlral. Taking all wagon in great deal of leisure ou their hands, willingly leavo them in needn't blush stench of find the same, I seo behind tako our paper. Swains who would la certainly without a your hiuurln cannot all ! w Icarlculy aay that for sale keeping. You street and do considerable reading, nnd are parbeaten thocounlry forttylr, flulih, ami durame that brown stone mansion in our not idlo woo, you must tako our pa- bility. InYounlruly, at my praise. foud of a neat bit of writing. ticularly TaxiAir A Jfoftj. I supposo 1 did turn sorter red when Neck, built offcrura,and behind that per. Wont you take our paper? gprlngScM.Ohlo In fact, in tho way of literature, I I see them bonds. again I seo the pallid faces, shivering Can't you tako onr paper? Love's havo found among 'em however, this for lul Iu lltery Okxtlicmkn- I "Are you satisfied now ?" says he. form and fluttering rags of n number- joys below you'll never know, unless otf r two jeari, ami ha nal (pent a dollarnow refor hat being digression, i drop it, and 'go ou pair! on them, ami they look nearly at ai I told him I was thoroughly, and less host. And I would have one of you take our paper. with tho main job again. new. llara ha I buret" of aetrral other so I was. So I picked up my drill the daughters of the owner of that anil tind noneaogoM at the. Coluiuhui This was our plan: After the key again, and gave him my lantern to mansion stand by that door and watch IIuckt Comwny'a bugiclea llopeetrully, T K. llantuxax was fitted I was to go into the bank, hold, so that I could see the door. I her father's victims, as they march inConyera, Ocorgia. and Jim that wasn't his name, of heard Jim, as I call him, outside onco to the dock of the police court every H)A CttEBilATEO (iKMt.r.Mtx Tho iHiggto I hate bad of your course, but let it pass was to keep or twice, and I like to havo burst out day. I would tako another child and manufacture navo given mo enllra aatltfactlon. They art the brat I hacer ux-- fer the eaiae watch on tho outside. When nuy laughing, thinking how he raust bo the polic6 should lead her through all Youra truly, amount of money one passed ho was to tip me a whistle, wondering what was going on inside. the dark alleys and passages where 1' CoLilxa, l.lTtrrinan. Japlln, Mkunurt. and then I doused the glim nud law I worked away nnd kept explaining broken-hearteraothors, and children low; after they got back, I goes on to him what I was ObxtLkhko I bat e been connected with the to do. He without parents or food, attest to the manulartureofaiHl dealing la bvafle "' adrcn again. Simple and easy, you see. was very much interested in mechan- manner in which her parent made his yeara. Your work iloea not look like looai Cerlory woik, but la anwothly Anlahed In wood, iron Well, tho night us wo selected, the ics, ho said, and heknowed as I was a money. Intemperance cannot be cured the Inllng " trimming. Material uaed Kilumbut lloggy Coihiudt'b boagloa baa noin to President happened to 1)3 out of town; man as was up in my business by the by legislation or by sermons. Tho red be or the iMt. They run light Ktrry oneln gone down to tho city, as ho often did. way I went to work. He asked mo rumseller Is tho root of the evil, and llil, county who hace bought your buoglea an 1 got inside all right, with a slide well leaci, iner gi' 1111 oeai v, aaitiriH, about what wage I got, and how I until it is mado acrinio to sell intoxiYou ra truly, lantern, a breast drill, a teel jimmy, liked my business, and said he took cating beverages, intemperance will E K. Watt Wlncbfaler 111 a uuuen ot skeleton keys and a green quite a fancy to me. I turned round continuo to exist. Wendell Phillips. a a baize bag, to stow the swag. I fixed mice in a while and looked nt him a- Mi. Johns came to a hotel in Bis- my light and rigged my breast drill, bnMinrt lit. llmra ni QnlAmTi na n lltlPfl Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. trunk, and got to work on tho door right over owl, with my in bis bless-- warck with a worth about 87. The clerk sized him the lock. Ab(1 STOMACH ed hand, and 1 m blamed it 1 didn t Probably a great many of your think I should have to holler right and gave him a back room, just under the roof, with a dormer window, a readers is not so well posted as me out. Ilay Slalllcn. right hind loot and near trout fuol , white, ISJi hand high, foaled In la?, hrcl by about and I may say for I got through tho lock pretty soon, camp bed and a tin basin for furniChaa. Dunu, Hta fori, Lincoln Co . Ky tnem tnat a three-wheAnion? tno medicinal meant t.t nrrcatlng Mrwl hy Mreacnger Chief, tho tiro of Martrl, combination aud put in my wire and opened it. ture. The porter snubbed him, and IlixUlltr'a Slum irli I! iter Halwl, record J it. Maud M aacoger, 7 It gait at 4 yeart lock has three wheels in it, and a slot Then he took hold of the door and ho was the last man waited on at tho ilwa oM; llcna C1M gill at a yean, Millie MrD. It checha the further j rogn-, gilt at I yeara, table, and was always seated where nt All iliaonlcn of the liter ami gait ata yrari, Abel AUItllah, in each wheel. In order to unlock the opened tho vault. Koi Mare," It II gall at 4 teara old, and other lanirK rot Ire the itnl tlam nn. prr nta and good onca door, you havo to get these three bonds in," said he, he couldn't reach tho bread and the rciniillf-irliil"I'll put my ninlfcicr. mrrvtwallie activity lit dtoi Ly rtcullncl, record 2.Me4. audlheilie slots opposite to each other at the top "and go home. You can lock up, castor. Ho went away on business, of lliuLldiit-i- , l, cviunternrt a Icnilincy of Vnn Arnlio. record Z.1I, recently bought 14 MS) of the lock. Of course, if you know and wait till Mr. Jennings comes. I and was gone six weeks, and left his agiil. nilnii'l nmla genuinejicrwiii nud lolaee to hy Comiuo.lore N. W. Kltaon for llv.ObO; nn niTtnita Young nenllurl, IH,T. A , 2M, tho number the lock is sot ou you can don't suppose you will try to fix the room door open. And then, when he loi talc by all IiniugiaUntMlDcnb.-rVltandlcres-JftK- i llgtwn,H, Uaiaanl. a ,. do this, but if you don't, you have to lock to night. tlrand centlnel, t.Tjy,, Seiillnel, 1.1'ate'i) 3 hi. came back and opened that old trunk tjcnlloel It full brother to Volunteer, tbtt ttaudt depend on your ingenuity. Thero is at IMiO theaciaon, and It tha tiro of HI Julian, I told him I shouldn't do any thing and took 812,000 in gold outof it, the ro rd, 2IIJ.4, andol JOotlie a with records of J W hair for all in each ot these wheels a small hole, moro with it now, as we could get in landlord pulled out wentof hisgot roaror better and 2d data by Alexander'! AUIallah, tho tiro of mortification, and through which you put a wire through before morning. fioldtnillh Maid, record 2 II, lloeallnd, ',, tho back of tho lock when you change my ing drunk for fivodays; the clerk tor Tborndile, 2 If, Malor Kltall, 2 tv, HU Klmo, "Well. I'll bid you 2 JO. AleiaLdtr'a AUItllah by the combination. Now, if you can man," says he, as I swung the door got to paste down his, front hair, and the gran I lire of liu H . record 2 boro n hole through tho door, and to again. went ono whole day without changing 17,, lettle, 2 18, Uraoke Calrl, .' iu, (iaaille, Jay t.oulJ.1 1H and SO pick up those wheels by running a or Utter Just then I heard Jim, by name, his eight inch cuffs, and tho porter othera wlthrecordiof wire through those holes, why, you whistle, nnd I guessed the watchman went out in tho woods and lay down M dam by lied Jacket, ha by Comet. auJ he by SYMPTOMS OF A KeU Jacket't lain wat tired Ly Sherman Morgan Never disdaiu to 1 hopo 1 make was can open the door. aud died. Moral : a halt brother to lllack Hawk. up the street. , the till daul an extra road mare, brought Irom and myselt clear. 1 was boring that hole. Loasnf Aprtltt Uowela costlvo, l'aln in "Ah, says I, "you might speak to go through a trunk because it itlooks tho Head, W - Vance, Mercer county, Ky., wit'i iv dull ccnaatlon in tba iai.1 to be of Mcaaengf r blood Meaaenger Chief may Tho door was chilled iron; about tho the watchman, if you seo him, and cheap. You can't tell what book part, l'u under tho Hhoulder AbdalUh I'llot, the tiro ol Heard, neatest stuff I ever worked on. I went tell him to keep an extra lookout to- assay. blade, fullness after eating, with a Ulatn- - wat tired byJim, trial record of lied oitnnuon to oxcrtiuii 01 oouy or mina, la on steady enough; only stopped when night." oftauip-r- . Low spirits, with "Way down South," when a paper Irritability huvniK Ihe lit dim by Mambrlno Metecngcr, tha grirxl tire Jim which, as I said, wasn't his real nslectod tomoituty, Thoinaa, "I will," says be, and we both went was printed on un old fashioned Itani afcolinrcof Uizaiiicms. i'lutterlnic at the ofbcolt't. 2ft', record 2'2 1, and aire Woarinest, whistled outside, ami the to the front door. name beture the oyei. Vollow ii nam Heart, Dotsccnernily over tho rightUkin, age. bv an old darkey Aidant by Mambrlno Chief, Ibeelreol Ledr eye, 2 watchman toddled by. lly and by, "There comes the watchman up the ed Sam, the forms were always placed Headache Kestleasneas, with lltful dreams, highly Thorr.c, record lVj, Woodford Mambrlno, 2:2IU; Mambrlno I'llot, 2 27, Darkncit, 2.2I); Manibri. when I'd got pretty near through, I street," says he. "Watchman, this colored Urine, and no Klar, 2 W' Kay Henry, 2:Hi Krlgnolla, on tho press and made ready for him; heard Jim, so to speak, whistle again. man has been fixing tho bank-locCONSTIPATION. negro boy, the and with a ard dim Ly Imp. Nadeon, known at the fox I stopped, and pretty soon heard foot- and I want you to keep a sharp look- work of tho of England TDTTs I'lIaUStirr cpprciallyndaptrd to bunting harie TeMiprti: paper progressed satisfac4lli dam hy Hiirhn change steps outside, and I'm blowcd if they out to night. Ho will stay here until torily. But it happened one day that fiirhrnesUiitiituiH rlfvcla ftittrcrcr. Ml, dam hyTlgtr Whip; of ft?ellnj;ii to imtmiUU lliu, Cth dam by Harniby'i IHoincile, Ai.il didn't come right up the bank steps, Mr. Jennings returns." They Sam, who could not read, was thrown biMljr loInrrraiKtinlit Aitprtll-- th taum thIs Him ytlem TnUt Till dam by Cannon'a Whip; and I heard a key in tho lock. I was y "Good-nighth Toiilrtrlluii 8th dim byhhip't 1'arigon. again," says he, and entirely on Ids own resources. Ho iioiirUHc!. rt;mi. V Itfiriilnr iHtiMiU aruu pro Abdallali I'llot waa tired hy Aleitnder'i Ahdil. Iltfllvi v when 1 heard that, we shook hands, and he went up the so diimfoutided . - Jlurtny hl Y. lab. put the forms to prcm nnd pulled a Uucvl. Vr that you could have slipped tho brace- street. lit dam lllindlua by Mambrlno llilef, sheet; looking at it iutently, turned it 2nd dim the lllrrli mire, by 1'irkrr'i llrowu I'llets right on me. 1 picked up my in the shadow round, and turned it over; something I saw Jim, lot, (dam of lloiallDd, 2 HM. Maiuhrlno Mown. ger waa ilred by Meuibrlno i'ayinailer, the aire ol lantern, and I'll be banged if I didn t ou tho other side of tho street, as I was tho matter; he looked again, felt - htuired toaaunur Dam by Van llanraller'a tlray let the slide slip down and throw tho stood on the step with tho watchman. tho tympau, held the sheet up to the Ohav llAiunn WiinKrn- nof tbla 1JYK. ltlm Maiuhrliiol'lilcf. It hair brother tollallab aud lola, IILxck by atinfileuiiplii Mratengcr. He parts a natural cotur, aits Instantanouualy Hold and many ot tha lint troltc re. lola waa regarded light right on to tho door, and there "Well," says I to the watebmau, light, nnd looking over his spectacles Ly lJrugtftata, or aent by cxirc on receipt of 11, In her day at ono ol the licit trotting uiaret II ting. as mi'rhav st new yohk. wns the President. Instead of calling "I'll go and nick up my tools and get Mambrlno I'ayiinitrr wai tlrnl by old Maiubrl. at tho grinning roller boy, exclaimed: nrriri; XltCIL .r TaUilU lar.raatlM aa4 no, and be by imp Meaaenger. (Dr. Ttrra wUlbe ailld I Kit aa iteUtaUoa. fur help, as I thought ho would, he ready to go.' IUralu "Look heah, boy, why for you don't took n step inside the door, and shadMESSENGER PJUXCE ! I went back into tho bulk, and it stribbit yerrollah?' The form was ed his eyes with his baud and looked didn't take long to throw the door gROWNs bottom up. brwl by llay Htalllon, uo white, foaled Iu at me. I kuowed I ought to knock open and stuff them bonds into tho C'hn llunu, Htanfard, Unnolneouury, Ky. How to ENTimrAiN Gnti.s. him down ami cut out, but I'm blest bag. Thero was somo boxes lying hired by Meiaenper Chief. to eutertain our lit dun by Alcalde, lira of Hylai, rrcord, 2i2IVit if I could, I was that surprised. around, aud a safe as I should rather "What shall wo do Knlgiua, 2 J., Fa cy Day, 2.30. exchange. A "Who are you?" says bo. id dam hy Korrlguer; have liked to havo tackled, but it girls?" says a religious 2rd dim. lioao Mary, by Imp. Horerelgo; "Who are you?" says I, thinking seemed liko tempting Providence af- man who needs advice as to how to ttlidam by Imp. I.erlelliau; Mil daul Juliet by KumIuho; that was an innocent remark as he ter tho luck wod had. I looked at entertain his girls is not fit to edit a C h dam Mink Ly Mr Arthy; commenced it, and nil tho my watch and seo it was just a quarter religious paper. Wo suggest that ho Tilt dam Ly Imp. layrhe, Ly .Sir l'eler Tcile a h dam by llahby Itordcaui; of them out buggy timo to collecf myself: past twelve. There was an express should tako ono ;,, PjBlTl fall iA K till, dam Hcraniaa, own ilalrr to tfaltruiu, Ly what DxEm aaM riding iu tho afternoon, tell her "I'm tho President of tho bauk," went through at half-pas- t lipao twelve. I lutli dam by Virago, Ly rimpj says he, kinder short; "something's tucked my tools in the bag ou tho top a daisy sho is. and how insipid nnd Ly llltik and all MmI ly lllh dam MlaaHluiuerkln, by young Cnlaj III lit) is. Then he True Will dim the matter with the lock?" of tho bonds, and walked out to the fixed up that other, girl girl" I3lb dam by lxrd Oxford, liuu Arablaa) for out lly George! the idea came to me front door. The watchman was ou should take "that other daw by Dr. Anliy'a LlackWrgul lloyil Itlh ico cream after supper and tell her utre, then. tho steps. lurelguer waa tired by Imp. Uleuoa confidentially how very uumterestiug "Ves, sir," says I, touching my cap; Illtdiui, t'orrlm. wu a line rue mare at all "I don't beliovo I'll wait for Mr. dliiancea. ror her iieiHirmaimateo Turf Itciililer. is. "Mr. Jeuuings, he telegraphed this Jennings," says I. "I supposo it will and awkward tho buggy-rulinAlaadn wualrodhr Mimbrluo Chlel. When tho two girls meet tho religious morning as the lock was out of order bo all right if I givo you this key." lit dim by I'llot, Jr , Ihe tiro of John Morgan, record, 2,21, 1 lul Teiuple, 2.21,, Taekey, and he couldn't get in, and I'm come (lenerai "That's all right," says tho watch- editor can depend on them entertain laltler. l.M, tlmenof tbo Weat, 2.21,' Maud H., and tba grand lira oi ing each other without his personal bberuian, 2 on to open it (or him." man. IKON imTKRS nro record 2 10k Maiubrluotiltl, 2.rU, Vullalrc, 2 imowvs ttty, Hylai, 2 2IS, UHly lloaklne, "I told Jennings a week ago," says a certain into lbr nil iIIsousch "I wouldn't go away very far from assistance. Texas Siftiugs. i'llot, J at). he, "that be ought to get that lock the bank," says I. iviulrln,i n coinilito tonlot cupty 2 nW. lllack Illaekburn'a Whip. A Tkiie llLiwawo. It would Indeed be 3.1 dam by debilitahorara will luaks the tcaiun of 18a2 dally Iii(llct,tiin,l)fcpoiwlii,In(ci--liilttuu- t fixed. Where is ho?;' Tlielbore "No, I wont," says he; "I'll stay a bleating to poor weak, nerrout, would blatifoid, on Duun'i 2k lullta I'ciw, AVnnt of Aptictlto, at Chaalirauch l'ike.'oua milefiou titaoford and ted, luderlni; humanity, If druvgUU "lie's been a writing letter?, and right about here all night." from "ituib Ijom ot'iitroiiKtli, I.a!i ot I'.ncvsy, the many vile iursllve pill Ion RelllnK Ltucailer pike, and 3 iiillct fromhtaulord aud lie's goue up to tho houso to get anoth"Good night," says I, and I shook and cathartic compound mireruitu mr etc l Uautllla pile. ALdallib Meeaoiigcr at tho Iilootl, ctroitfitlia er letter he wanted tor to answer." a ni'ire In I01I. Memngtr l'rlaie al III to Although hands with him, and me and Jim the cure of liver complaint cits tlio inusUee, miU kIvou now liiiuroamaralu roal Money due aa aoou aa the . "Well, why don't you goright ou?" which wasn't his right name, you un I hey a (lord temporary relief, at the auie IIIVj to tho Acts liko a Addrraa fact It aiierlalned. says bo. twelve time they weaaen the dilutive origin, and cliai'in nil tho dluoaillvo derstand took tho half-pas- t B la u lord. Llnw.lu tvuuly, ky. nil tl)iiioitlo )iiiitoiiis, "I've got almost through," says I; express, and the best part of that job compel a continued and increasing use of rcinoi-liiaim Mich 111 tmtliifr liio Iboil, ltflchtnir, the iauie. nuiierera irom iiTiri "and I didu't waut to finish up nud was, we never heard nothing of it. liver complaint do not need a cathartic, Jlcat In tho litomuoh, Heartburn, DRUGS AND GROQERIES, open tho vault till there was somobody i but abould uae soma true medicinal tuulc It never got into the papers. clu, Tlio only liuu here." Ou and after Aran. I, Hit, I iirouaa to tell only that will atrenxtlK-- the digeatlve pigana, that will not hhtuUon tho teeth or ror rath or country produto My ttoek ol Druga diseased laauea of "the stomach, very creditable to you," tThat'i glvo Iicadaehu. Solil hy nil l)ru. A Georgia editor says that his rival and heal. the and Urocerieala lull aud roui.lete, and marked duwu lo the luweat caih flgurra, conitajututly I l.'intB tit $ljl)0 a bottle. says he; "a very proper sentiment, contemporary across the way recent- lirer and bowel. Kucli a remedy W Brown' tail to effect a uuit hats tha money for them,aa or tutu arllelra o llltOWfi ClIILMICAl. CO. my man. You can t," ho geos ou, ly took u valuable premium at a coun- Iron Hitler, and itIf never continue to live lumber, llwur, produce 11 lean handle, auh you cure. IJaltltnoii), Mil. tttteaaud all tbourodudaaf lliefarui aud dairy, coining round by the door, "bo too try fair, but tho constable mado him permanent In poor health, and are determined to die poawa foiwica jaMttkal eal lata Dauaaa tje raaaa Ae.de. Olia meacill. t;. H. llooir, particular about avoiding tho very put it right back whero he took it belore your llme.'you have only yourself Oa. aa4 Lata eea4 rot BaHra aa uajeeiera aa artaft Ubelby City, Ky. BEWARE OF IMITA7I0NS. Courier. suspicion of evil." to blame, from. : raw SMMtol MY llwTHEWORlD. tft EMv To all Lovers of the Trotting Horse, KENTUCKY'S ROUTE Chesapeake ME si law ! EA8T AND S0UT1I-EA8tltadfk'tllimilelenlin (tdm f aft Iroltert ) t'am, Kill hy It" with n'.rl.Wllfr lhn 1 lie eler.rateil itnll.r, lavng Itland lihwh lltwk & Ohio hy iht rnownrt trotting Iwrw, Ai,l,pw JurkMtn, Miller, hy onlof thrtwHul imlilnn intra Tlppo "ilb, rnilMi "I Imp Hewwr. If' "" , hy Aon c.f PnriM-- hy Imp lMnmr.1, itril ilrnn hr ONLT I offln Umtiitpr, hy Imp Mfwnitf Tlill hln hrnl trnitlna Untll.ifi, til hrr.1 In "rang (Vi NY Will imklhi-K-H-l ftfiwint thpTtdn Inn dUl.lMofW A ltiillln lmitllh K. at Direct Itonlo without Cliangr- - of t'nra Urn . ry lo rlr or fJO 'I II I', tit AHWS, of llrwln- - unit uiheri Inlrrnlol r Ian in in.ur t hor Irol. rriiiiHitiilly lnHrl to nil " BainaiR rot me ix Ail.lrrM N. HtXrl'.H III.AI'K, 1 linntlll, Ky Hun KrnliirUjr and llnnlti tnn, Staunton, Char-lolteatlllr, Kldiinond, and the hhorttil, (Jnlrkraiand tmforliM Itonla lo IW Ilnck's ilimililclonliui fj R.R., li 1 i ABDALLAHGLENCOE! nt I.Y.NCIIIIIIIKI, IIA.WI 1.1.1', MJltl'OI.K . Xi Atb Virginia ill. KM OI, MIIINI i cTAIIItiN, AI1I1AI.I.AII will "land ihe present aea n at my able, J', mil, . rroni lluton Hie. Ilninln ' r . Ky.ontio lliiHiotille ami l.lheity turnpike, MY & North Cnrollnn Fointa. I'ttlLuix Cnartoa AtTactian. lor Itektla ami further thfoaiiieton, aply ,0 yowrmarrtt lltktt offlrr, or addrraa W. W. injlon, Ky. .'. Monroe, IMt. Kiclaht ami old-tim- cross-stree- t, wild-dog- three-whee- 111 ttc tn ihlr-lia1 Zf To lnuri a li.to ney duo whiu the intra pruTea to he In fuil Tra ling the miro fnrMta ih tnr.il ranro and make Ihe aea-o- n money duev AtlliAt.-I- . all lll.KXt ill ii a ark toy, M ban-l- and Indira high, learanid He haalrollrd In tl-e- r a lo tec alow irark with two tnonlbe handling llahat rrBTeiihlnwelfagH.Mlbrce.ler of combined hotkee, hat ing produced awn ol tha Utt walkrrt In the Mate AulalUh nienroe wat alml by Joe Ahdallah, he by St. Klnvn, ha by Aleatrdrr'a Ah dallth, he hy lltmhleinolan; tat dan by Willie, JO'I dam by a pedigree, unknown, rlfHiM-h- e, Jnl dim a Hmrough-hiellntaird nitre At to btt Ueedlag qutlliiet, I refer t tha following getitlcm-- n J J liryu, J K lljugh nun, It. n Tucker, Celtln J 1' Itlrfe. J W WeMhetftird, lln.ton-lll- e, ami I. II Kurn.ldr, Planfrird. ATTI! IiOI.TjAUN I'tmhiff Ag'l, l.i. W.rnilTII, Maiiaer, tleu'l II. W. I'lll.l.KH. (len'l I'ato'r Ag'l, KioiMexn, Viamau. CONDENSED TIME. & Mldhhre, rlef, HAII.HO.ll ill tCIl' I, IMI. MM. K r-V thainsooi.no noiitu. Kin. I..C. HlatMamel l.l 'loveta! ......... trail "ittwril.... Wtawcil fhelwr 1lr - BOB MoELROY, My fine Jack, will aim mad at the tame piece AT I.M.HT DOM.. ItN Tolnaur. a mere In foal on aame ctHhlliaoeja aa atnte hortire, n Ion ami tlyea aaoaittr., II W IP 1 (aim p iu tlilt Jaek I'OUI-.I.I,. la nn- - April IMi li NT H. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, 1)1 I1IT 8TNIOU!, KY , Arr Uhahon JuMlrori. ... " iMlunall Junction.. ' lamhtilfe,.. TltAINS (It)IN(l MOUTH, tlrg '"" Milan New UintnteJuBallon.. 4) n to II M a " " " linen.. a IH if it 11 " " 4 Ml a So t 0,0, WISE, xtLmix jSHp-ji-- (J Menumentt. llfadtiooce, Tablet . li a aril T, l.tn. laiulttllla. . ..., I. . hlinri.nl . . . . " Cril.Orthtrd... l9l Kt. run. gew-gaw- s rum-bough- M la fTiTfltlsSL I '.!? J. Arr Utlagtlori VaiUe Lie lneaittr of all klnJt Arr lllehmond. , totally eiecu-and aalia- faction gutr Ac Work t ii p I I a so a m 10 .... ItO " ng- anted -i ! and rtl TULLMAN PAI.AOE CAHS eJ on a pp. lea ly t"jn ToMei.phlt, l.lllla Ibx . Mobile, Montgomery, and New tlrleana. route ttlta'eolho QDI0KE8T, CHEAPEST Only tine, htngo Knignntt InTciaihitelhalrrholcaaftworootea: tla Meuphlior tla New Jrlana. Tliat much luirkrranj ratra lowtr tbin by any other AND BE8T llllnvlt, - tJfMMdMt..vXFl liUWn'lalawTfaf gl manu-lactur- P anPaJ'i-amTS1 II 1 "' avi'lVI'aaaPrwwIi"f V V - d - iTiM al ' Nrlnila Colurido. Arktntat urhlctgo, 81 lul end lUit. lor fuithfrinMniallen about tlckela lo the ratea 10 Houth. Kanatt. ,ohrado,ani ). 1. ATHUHK, rwrl.la, addTM 1'aaa ami Tlrkal Aft , Inalltllle, Ky lien Or J Anthony, Agl.. vtanloid. Ky. Indiana, lewt. V Itouto to all polnti tti Mltauiiil, Kamai, a I "BLUEORASS ROUTE." tM 1 r IIM l.if tdia IN . o 111 K- - FREE! RELIABLE A SELF-CUR- LO. TDK MtWT HIXIUAIII.1: 1U1UTK T- O- E cam. notd t1 tm.cr la ntt An tit nn. of Ihfl wu i ih II . iKTawAii f ! V I IV C 1 2V 1 A TI ! GEO. I. WEA16EX, iAft .tiiMiMf, IfVaAMr tid iirav Hael UptnM4l4coTlpvtliTVfSUUcuiQI. Addr.H DR. WARD & CO. Uttltltaac Mou TIIKONI.Y MNKIIUNNINU cheap-lookin- g FREE PARLOR CARS AITwiUn WML, at tlMi tea l AalJrr dark-lanter- n 4 allah Messenger! bank-locks- TTE pern-rall- J(Hr.- - r lhrllr iMHr-f-). Vimkniaa. l.aaarrLaras. wlBhlilll . fwHaillr re , ail MJ t - 111. t af. f ftl. (ra)Vrlaaj I Hi. rreatWlra UktHa M mMa. lrrl4 tal. r(aai4 JalrrVtsflaU rwLlat BCTWIIKN itnni.-ich- LsriiiLihUi.o HARRIS REMEDY (J la llTTi KaitaraMMaa4l(Wlr evtWrvsjekiX IWlr4taaattarja, ll UaX InMav. tW(Hat ( fall I fil arvatltiae-aj- xir . - 4M, TllXlllUtOH llMr.TAIII.il, I.te Islington " M111, IU, ' rirla IIIKl OIlMllllllllll. - oruimui a. IU . ii M-- M. V ILUS. a. a ate a IK IN KIKXvT MAKC1I 12, Itali, C0,,"TiOT,,r. .. faaiaj arPApfl Inibcti-mntl.n- IrW.HWfilS PUIU I Mr a W RIUCDT TiStt WTfc HVfac M .4 ui & 0 h hHt r ! CJafai rriirw BUI ft. irtlf k a4ail TUTT'S MHf (inh tlt ittottUt I (aaMUatTa.k) , VwtTt atvl B !; ataed Fhaatvaxl Ittiaal HaattaiaOam ai4 fcarat J4aat) f4 t -- " MiMMiiai ttL II, Nat mttt. Air awlwiall. p. ' t'nlhlana. " IVtMHHith ........ ... H . . IMu m ana pu .. aiM am, aito p m llw.00 ami 4M pro I:U awl a Jo pat a iu a to1 att C2u an, 2.11 pm f..B tattilllxltfiaM a II n tj (IlkllhlaU ltloglou p. m and arrlto al Maya Prea Tartar Car leatea ui.iibI Itatea dodnnatl at 2 pm. at ui. 4 aw it2-ta- . - good-nigh- t, 'OME TREATMENT. The UMlneanaod In mr 1ract1co for CA Tun sdanllluaUatedbookofOlpagea cttiBg full da-rectlonafurMlf treatment, 22. T. WI1XIAM5. 433 nTntlnll. M.id-e- . Un. A certain cere for Nervous Debility, Somlnnl Woat- nnta. ImDOtoncn. eifrt. PILLS 1 TORPID LIVER. iloaa connection madelDCInclnnatl lor all ointt Korth.Kaat and Weat. ppeelil rttea lo Kiolgranti. placet ft a Atk the Agent at tho iUite-niMr- d tlme-fald- er ol the "lilua t.raaa Itoote." Iloutid triptlrkete from Mayatlllaaiid laalngtou toOo clnnatl aokl al reduced rate. lor ratea on huuarhotd gaidi and wealern lick-et- a, mldreaa CIIAs. A IIAHI.1.TT. (leu. Hnilgratkin Agt , Ootlnglon, Ky. C. I.. 1IIIOWN. H.I'.AT A. Nor-lib- ii. Cincinnati, New Orleans i iv loi-'iiflc- r & Texas Pacific m Aiic-- n 1. iMHa rium R. R. Co. ofla-wlm- kl, TIJIK T.IIILK. CINCINNATI HOUTIIKIlN KKIH IMIUrHWAHtl pre-sma- IIAII.WAY HIVISION. well-traiue- d t, ftn-- tjjtfsMsrdye; STATIONH. .Cincu'll mllet Nlghlllx A tcom. Ilay K1.1 Aecaiui. Nlghlllt Arr, I 7 W a ui 10 24 a n. a SO a 111 4 ou p m 7 20 p m I.te. Clcirliiivatl..... 07 (leorgatown - .. . (II " 7 34 sta1112 ttl ' a IS 71 "J " lxlnglon HHH 7 2l " 10 II VI " ll w " nil 10 is. m Nlehofaillle. 12 0Tpiu 7 41 32 lull ' Cll " High llrldge 1121 ait 11 in at 107 Ilarrodiburg Junction , " Itantllle nt aaiaio ft 10 " 101 " ata 11a aso ... ' 2W a Junction Clly 110 ' an 111 01 a "m 1a ifct " ' .. etoiiieret...MM.w. 2SO " 1 17 ia.1 ." " llurn.l.le.. " 3 31 " aaau urwaan. Kay 1 1. a 20 p in l.'J lUl ........ . .. . - ih 2 35 201 12 12 3 2ft " '7 111 tn so i" " lit r4edgtrijeoor .. '' a 2 u in a as IRON T' ll, ata iaoo , I I a 01 VOI " W Spring City . sin Itotce 3K L 7W " Arr. Chtttanmigt. . AMHAMA (HtBAI HDUTIIllltN DIVIalON. ioupui, S5 Arr. uu I. to. ihattanoBga I.to 81 Klaliig Faiui 2 10"! " ' AllalFa J ...i ." IHrinlngham . liaaaui JIJ 07 " M " Tuaealouai " ltoeawotai ...... ul . " ........ " " 311 265 VSI piu ... .. ... .... .. " I' ,ul I i7 2 " " . w " a Warn 711 " 5 . 00 ' ... .... .. -- . ;;: a Vo,k Arr. Meridian ijtinnion FiUitaw H . ,,.-- - Am ... 10 2 4 I i aaa 41 .J'" 111 ' VICKSIIUU'I ml LtcMeeiJlaii...'..,.. 6B " 80 Lta ANl) MliltlHIAN lUVIrjICIN. ... . . . hn,, ... ,! --- i 4 to ...... I -... . . -- , . .... Newlou... Kureil "..Arr. " " ." " llrandon ja.kion .!.. ' ," Jajl ' l ..M... ' .. ...i Arr. VUk-uu- r VKKSIIUItl) HllllliVlll'OIlT II Oaiu Uto. VhkiVtiril ' iMta UeWpoi " TalluUh . IU " Clinton . Mwartlt III Jt .. " " W no 7M sua '' m tao 2 1 JMaiuj ..- .. . -- " " ; 1 . . SI T :. ., ..t - -- -. ............ . AHK l'ACll'IO HlVlBION. . . . Air. i.Ta 40pm ( a iu aaa " Delhi Arr. Monroe " '.. -- .. I.te all 1X5 Jlll. Sou it ii, It, Uiliiino"ga, Midulre.Ueu. I'aaa. Agt U.I' Wlliou, Kin I'aaa. Agl 1.1111 V H 1 u A HIT, ce 1'realdeut and (len'l Manager, (Indnuill, O. lly Clnclnuitl II II Cnllhrin, (I en Pan. Agl Ala. (II. I'au. Agt V A M It. It., Vbkiburg, Mln j Joa. V. llardt I' It. it Monroe, U N K011 iu Kiii-lulio- ll nei-vun- i, illurtllriorutlHM until nrrroiit niMtriii,tiiil.lwl .uitunilliralthfuUoHola ilflIirsriltirlfliiT3tl tujtldevf iron, J V, urimi jiurarufiaa loapiorN. in MiifiiaM furtii. iltm ill urriHtrullutt of Iron that ufllt nut UurktH Urn trrth,o tltttnirtrrtnltevf ,nthrr tron vrritaruttuna. -U4 I III! IIAHll.ua nuiil 1U1II III air inruii, iin w aa iiranniau s lo give ihoriiulli that IMi, IUuimiU lie list nV.In at. I 1.,;, " 1)j.hi.1. ami anluj. inri.1 isuf N n 3 I 'rua I ratio 11. liuialolilai-aani.rithrlioiiii im fin blood t..iairli irtuwuy haalu my baujU. luaue auuiowonilirfuleurca. ..thkt hail l.oinoof, mt tttiiU(nthtiuana,lutollittulblairratudluruuipaT. ,., mud. '.,o,.,""'"' "Tiii: .rut mvswh VKr- "!".. .rj'AS'i . j,r: '.;"'" iiij inwtiif mt jiij 1U. lUlilUl .llfc(ToM( Jlol aah Avenue. hr I la, 11 roll ailll Iftfll A rottiM lnf tall of JVa liiiilil 111 , 1 ""?'"" 111 11 a- I it HmfeuMV In tlenrmlt Itrbllltit f A,'l'r'. tltr, l'rottnitli'ii of I lice 'I riiH... .toil uiiiof MANUFACTUBEDBYTHE DR. HARTER MEDIOINE CO.. 213 !'" WMMM N. MAIN 5I..J r. louis.