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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 5, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882050501_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 5, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 'ff 9tmi"H Hi Jit X.-NUMBBII lamfmai 5, 1882 riiorkmiosii.. T w. iriXDLK. VOLUME Stini-ffiltffhlj! 510. THE STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY, MAY QUESTION. NEW at. a, oivrm. Tltce, 1 SERIES-NUMB- ER 40. M 1 tV would bo nonio cotuld- As to tho pretense that wo aro ox gain. Kvtty thinking man eluded from the markets of foreign Tlio position of tho can ico how utterly bcljilcsi wo would countries with our products by reason Uiemielvcs Is at fo. ,0 In cao of wnr with a forciRii pow. ofour protectivo laws, it is suffi W. P. WALTON. Editor and Proprietor. IsU, aa defined by I0" er, or oven of war lctwccii other pow cient to say that in ono senso, that is T. fl. WALTON, Buiintst Manager, lliatabiolutofroo trade is right, em not involving in. true, but not in tho senso in which it how lonR would theto cheap is presented. We aro excluded from Vftein"!l SunscKiiTios, S2.50 I'kk Annum. ratea ,Mt unT free trader How thoso market, because tho old counproducers obtained tries with their products of labor at . ln,rifl " la monopoly or ourmarket would it be starvation wages can undersoil us. Crowing 01 J. , any no matter wouI(1 nTni, iJunti lcmKVM That is all there is about it. Now, if At lit I well rtmriuber when -tho option is given us, as it is, to make irolrUtirkioM(lrn. enrich tho manufacturer. It li n max nnn ,i ' .i .,.: t. pauper slaves of our people in order " Bel, ttben 1M tnrnrJ m ftnl iletade, Im of theirs that all men ihouM be ?,": FinetaiTr-iieiria Mtr roorelrnlf elaltl. iiiq X",.iitnii." ehean to sell things in South America, Asia ponn.iic.iw ouy wncro mov cm i.uy Would hov eontin.iottiu .ell . oniiiu and Africa, or to allow our industrious to Hat whn th Cftrentli roun.l I'd tun, , lh(J , ,f aftcr . , eiieapeii, and that any legislation I thought none old (III Iwenl J one. ef w meu and women to livo liko human toprovent this is communistic l0 them at their own prices? If so, beings, a ml let the markets go to tho IM reteheil thtt , Then, aUlj, when in its effect. They aroin favor of a ti.ev BrB ,.ot .i, ki,ut V fllIi,. for one, I say "ueinmlion tills safe. t lieU thai thlrlf tarifl lovied exclusively forraising tho been used to, let them slide. J. I). ;Hut wbn taj (httlUttt jeaf tu lalJ," 'necessary revenue, "a tirlfl for rote" Stanford, May 3, 1882. But the free trader will insist that I sale I "At Iwcworewsu jrow old. nuo only," m they pbraio It.'ahiMBw much as a tariff, though restricted to tho foreign manufacturer need not Yl Isreerore ctnl 4 fonn.1 in tlir fir. Women Haters Among Women. would not bavo Atitn'ldn thelfoeitflflr Tho old lady who was receutly that purposo, must unavoidably aflbru and in tho absence such a monopoly, of protection Bat whet I teeth! thai age, I a wore buried without n singlo member of some protection, they only toloralo it'ft ,,at lh.e manufacturer tfoaeroulil U olJ until threes 3rt. her own sex taking part in the last becauso it is unavoidablo-tolcr- nto it l noe(1' Ameri; r nn l,rol and is entitled solemn rites, she having herself forbid 'asanccosjary incidental ovil. If It 'AJid litre I am s( almljr now, Alfounsfas wlirnat ill, I trow' WHsnoMlbIo:tIi0v.v.to rathero- - w 00116, anuiuni more is no reason den the attendance of any women, quisiloamou.it of revenue by duties why ho should not make goods at a may have had some porsonal caprice M'tfctrut njr hair lasonievbstfrajr, low prices as thoy can bo mado m to gratify or some imaginary injury to " Abd thtf I um rene :...... it. .t:t.- .j industry tiey ol,'cr countries. Well, the can do so, avenge, but she is not tho only woman tection to any American Til tree these roe,ees (tout r.17 knee lUjr "Oro.lp!" when they speak to mi; would adjust tho duty in that way, uudo.r "'? am conditions. Thoy who has abjured her own sex. There and thus avoid What they are pleased l D.uo so by reducing the wages ot aro many woineu alive, who, without Bullies tour sonl, I'm joutif uwln their employes to starvation fig ures. transgressing any rules of propriety, I thought ill people old at tea' to term legalid robbery. that seem to avoid with aversion every one irm,er u.e,,ro ." V l" Mule wiser r(hiH legislafion a. impolitic, claiming that who wears a petticoat; they note every old llluilon Down; !" Mine and failing and foible of other women as But wond'rlnf sllll, while jeers bite rolled tho effect of it is tolwo to us tho mar here, whoso mistortune it mercilessly as the most confirmed F jnfciM IsAtia am 4nan faitM ftvrkfl &VU3 vi auiciuu luuuiuua IUI uui When ! It that nmintrowi old T iiuu,aa m I?"'1 aud to bachelor could do. They have no inucta. Thar Insiat that our nrot-ctiv- o l01 ,u8 or A Virginia Snait Story. "e prod-- l borUDUer terest in woman's talk and they saeor laws excluJo from Tho' topic of conversation in I'rnnk-lin.Cit- uefs of certain countritls and thereby ? ,ra,,sfu,r'u.ed , ,ul H6"8 of at every thing that is called woman's for tho last week has been tho prevent Him nmuu to urair uut an ux-work. Hut, strangely enough, there nce oi misery anil aiyeci iiopeicsj ' is nlways a way for their reformation; death of a dog rrom a mos singular buyiog our p roducts , thoy being tho their dislike LdwardUng, of that place, Uliwi,,it)' cause. of wpmen makes them exhnnge commodities aosi1 Docs any bdy want tosco e had a Valuable dog that several weeks with llg cbxcopt UB, ,ermsf thatl women '" ,.h,,s oountr J. and their lilt doubly fond of men, and man is too ago stowed syiaptonu of a diseiuo that lt w;n not jrom U8 becahg0 boys and girls driven from January to helpless n crent'ure not to return any and made to do the hardest special marks of appreciation, so soonbaflled the skill of every one in that 0 wirf ol lct thonf te to UJ whll0Ut January, d,r ,e.st work imaginable for a er or later all these women haters vicinity. Ihosidesofthodogkcamol UlQ ,,rivileBe of do- - and vi aUx f scant sulisistcnco a subsistence that among women aro led to tho altar and diitendcd aud becatno almost as hsnl jft; ,0 animal refusal food, as Batons. Tho Xow, if free trado is tho truo doc- - lnn American would scarcely oiler to to the home, aud then within a year uiosweiiiiiguiiuoBmraiucrcueou, uuu trino.and tho only truo doctrine if ,"." u'".u8 U"B' Such is the condi- - or two tho requirements of the bouse, l ..A 1h U W tvifc case protection, even though incidental ortIon, faintly describeil. of tho pauper the stupidity of the servants' and the IU III h an..l.a ..& IIV UKUl tuil'l I.A ilt... ll countries, and such created so much interest that tho own accidental, is rohbery and co.nmun-- !uborcM necessities of the baby bring thorn In examination, ism, in tho namo ot consistency, why is the condition to which tho free trade to entire accord with the interests of er held a ,,,. doctrine carried nut will bring ourown womankind. When a woman hates at which tfiero was found in the dog's ,U nnt ti,.n ..- l snakes, the trade? Wbatis in tho way toprevwt poj.plo- - And .when one protests agi.uat women there has either been a man in stomacUt80veu largcTt'bcirft over two feet in length. the eitablliiiment and enforcement ot fl,U. crime .iga.nst humani.y tho case or a man is needed. Tho sVakes had been feeding on tho the frco trade principle in this coun-- ho in a commwml. The "morbid curiosity" of Ameridog Vheart, a part of which was en- try? There Is n . constituiional oh Tho freo trader attempts to tirely eaten away. The examination ami 1ik! mislead many lionet cans is a characteristic that reporters to it. Tho government lias its In the Jennie was held in tho prcH'tico of sumo gen- choice between g the needed rev- - peopio ny me use m uousivo epuuew. have worn threadbare tlemen of Franklin City; tho story i enuo by duties on iinjiorU or by direct flit ittllii tlin nrnnrintnrii eif miiniilnn Cramer case at New Haven it was gInuhly illustrated. The examiner, vouched for by them. An old gen"bouniy-fw- r Is it possible that thee clear- lurin- estalilishu.eiits" taxes. from this place informs us that headed mid tleman statesmen, baroiiH," "tiiitidy lonls," &s. This i tiin.inc to th court said: "Your linn it is generally lielieved in soma parts these superior beings who are so horn-lin- l to delude the crtvluloua into tho belief or, I now wish to ask tho witness sevof the peninsula that if a dog is bitten at the idea uf liclnirii' ono cUm ut Unit the owner of thesa establishments, eral questions of rather delicate na by a water suaku, snakes will broed in the exeno of another, and who can't who are enormously rich, aro the sole ture. If any of tho lady witnesses who the animal, aud that, perlmpi, the bear tho thought of seeing tho faintest bentficiar.es of the protective system, have been summoned, or other ladies they may death of the dog at Franlclin City was shadow of injustice done to any body t"d at the same time to divert atten-thes- wisli to leave tho court-roohave an opportunity before I begin." caused by tho bito of a water snake. men whoso ideas of moral rec thiu from" tho fact that If such was tho caso, what has hereto- titude aro sosuperhumanly sublime " a fatal blow at the laboritig man. Every eye was turned upon the group fore been considered a superstition, is it possible that tbey choose protec-'I- ' should be borne in mind that al f of about twenty ladies, ranging from Occomac Virgin lion, robbery aud all in preference to though tho becomes a reality. s are benefited elderly, spectacled persons to girls in I ian. direct taxes 6aue it is mpulart We hy tho tarill, there aro hundreds ot their icons. Judge Qrauger looked 'all of at them a full half minute and said: Jishb Jamub' Lahblaiiy.-- Si Jo- - M know that u proposition to raise operators tor every "lt is optional with tho parties." No Pn.. Mo., nt.oci.il: Mrs. Henrietta '0 H"Onal reVeilUO by direct taxa it. So that protection, when consid-- one moved. The questions were enter would meet almost unauimous op Saltzcman, of this city, has filed with 'o". cred either with reference to thenuin ed upon. Mr Jones was plain and di' tho Governor a singular claim against wition, and the free traders them-th- her of people wh6m it immediately rect. Fi vo elderly ladies and one miss, State ol Missouri for damaKcs in !e!vsay they do not favor it, yet as 'their doctnno logically leads to it, the benefits, or to the nggrcgate amount with flushed faces, filed rapidly out tho sum of2,000toher house.No. l,. inference tu bo drawn frp in their in dollars of tho benefits it affords, wilt of the room. The others remained." .118 Warelto street, tho sccno of tho rtfuswl to espouie it, Is fho fact that it bo seen to 'operate Infinitely more ttr) Christian K. Ross, the father of James tragedy. Mrs. Sallwman is a advaiitugo of the laboring class Charley Ross, is quoted as saying, widow, and sho represents that her would l. charni the dear pcoplo to any tho ba-"bouuty-fethan of tho so called "The only tidings I have ever receivhouse would lw worth $3,000 but for . appreciabio extent. is lariu uroteciion roooery; u is rons." The fact is, the free trade idea ed of Charley since ho was stolen was tho State, which hy its agents killed ono- -it is altogether an the demand for a ransom of S2U,UvH. one Jcsio James therein; that the said truo thafby reason of ths duty upon originated amongaristocratic the- Mharons.' ofH mor- any given article of foreign producIf I had paid that I would have had James being a notorious person, nriipTo U matin Great Britain. It tirnilOsOS to buy him long before this. As it is I have linn, tlm nrinn nf tlit bid curiosity seekers, in tho dwire to higher to tho consumer than it would where you can buy cheapest, and to spcntSCO.OOO andhavn't got him. I hire "without tho duty; and it also tofhw house that by reason sucliduty tho ishome true, These where you gocan hire cheapest. still have detectives employed and together .beauti-- hqpe in time to find him. I have extwo thing So pro-se ltho' "?," fact are iuseparablo-a- ud to soil fully- -ill i u! dneer orman,.fHnl.irori,PnUhlWl -- - - - . .. -- . . amined more than three hundrod lost ii mi en inr ni.inni. Mi'iiii' iiiiiiini'iii iiw accord oxaoliy with the louy nun children, some of whom 'have been tho act of the State's agents, sho comes his commodity higher thau ho could thoy of tho born "baron, otherwise do. Now.lhis at asupcrficial haughty uctions stolen but none of them was Charley. to the Slato fur reimbursement. planes, lonks likn ininstirw lonoka like Freotradism has ip pity for poverty. It An Ohio suitor, unable to make the Thero aro no less than '254 lawyers tionpfitinie nnn Mnu nt llin nvnnrun of 110 coniiniberallon tOr lllisforttllle. in Congress, which goes to show that another; and demagogues, taking ad- - says to tho poor laborer: "Sir, to bo a youug woman say yes, threatened to Solomon was a little oil when he wrote vautago of this apparent unjust dis laborer is your lot in life. You must shoot himself in her presence. Therethat thero was safety in a luultitudo crimination, mislead mauy into tho not hope tor more nor aspirotoira-prov- e upon sho relented. But next day, your condition, nor must you having considered the matter carefully, of counsellors. The more counsellors belief that tho government is actually thero aro in Congress, the more that and purposely robbing ono class of its complain, either, for that nnuoya those she wrote to him that she would not keep hor promiso under coercion, and body needs watching. It is not safo citizens for tho aggrandizement of an- born to better things." for tho press to tako its eaglo eye oil other class. This is a deception, nu Tho various Industries of a country that, while she strongly advised him them for a moment. That thero aro illusiou, arising from tho false idea aro mutually dependent upoii each against suicide, she should feel no re254 lawyers in Cougress also shows that our pcoplo aro divided into two other. Their interests are so inter- sponsibility about him. He blew his how hard it is iu this country for a separate, distinct and independent twined that the prosperity of any ouo brains out. lawyer to make an honest living at classes, viz: Tho consumers aud pro- of them favorably ntlects the rest, and The sand of tho Sahara Desert is his profession. Exchange ducers. Tho truth is, nil aro consum- vice tcwa, tho adversity of ono etlecU sometimes heated to a temperature of ers, and nearly all aro producers tin tho others prejudicially. If tho far 200 degrees Fahrenheit by tho vertiTho Lowiston Journal says: "The fortunately wo liuvo some uronos aud mer is prosperous, if he is receiving great i butter cow, Qucon ot Ilarnct, soma sharpens who produce uothinc hich prices for hid wheat, corn, Ac, cal rays of tho Sun. This gives rise to a scorching wind the dreaded which' yielded 74G pouuds of butter prey upon tho fruits of honest ho is able, ou the nuoimud, ta piy Jiisj which is rondered still more last year, and during tho present year and hands' good wages, ana on tna i terrible men's labors. Tho manufacturer of farm by tho burning particles ot has 'greatly exceeded this in propor clothing, for instance whether he bo other ho is enabled to buy more goods sand which it carries alnn?. Burk-har- t tion, is fed, daily, four quarts of bran, tho proprietor of the factory or the from the mauutacturer and pay mor.o! recorded in 1813. 122 degrees in four quarts of ground onts, .thrco operator iu it has to wear clothing luein man u no was nut of com meal, eight quarts of carrots, and has to pay for it, tariff and nil,! lor his own business; ami that, iiiuvihk tho sluldo during the prevalence of this in turn, iu pestilential blet. and all tho good bay sho can eat. She noes, vuiu ino cuablos tho manufacturer to pay betas mo can nflord to yield butter when fed in jusi is truo ot larmer other manutao ter wages Ut his employes, aud also same every Mis Frances Willard calls special this way." turiug industry. Wo all, and all nko, causes him to enlaro his operation attention to the Hctimi of the Ureter's A Minnesota inventor, says tho pay more for goods because nf tho and thus ailord employment, for more Convention ut Chicago last Ml hs fol New England Farmer, proimses to tarifl'. So, if anybody is robbed, nil laborers, oa well as to givo patronage low: wo wh ooik) send grain from the West to the sea- are robbed by this menus. Therefore, to other industries up thr man Bullyrag Hvurvwlierrt and alxty, Huildjii board by means of upipo line, it is not it robbery of one sect fir the manufacturing interest is building fur when unman hus the) nillol vl.3 what as petroleum is sent from tho oil advantage of anothrtect Conceding up lb farming interests, and the-- e will voti s hil t'r prohibition, a. nl regions, tho grain being protielled by for nrgiioieiit tk that the popple ot build up every other intntst A" w Milan'- V no i In- - lnl h qn of ih compressed air. Tho experiment has ihu United States could, in this nb iii.iulso given to ono vocation U nu prohibitionist " been found to work perfectly in n Minn hmil'o of the tariff, buy all their manu- n.odmti'ly transmlUod to another, and "II G " "nd the (Sihitalnr and tube, ami machinery is being built factured articles every thiug thoy 1. en to another, and s i on ad iufini (btintry Gmtlemnn n our for kicking decisive test of tho merits of tho need iu Europe 100 per cent cheap turn for a "Take a roie or plan. To uuact a turitl law is uqt to Inst- flown, n follows: er than thoy now pty; would it baud eiiniigli to go around her visablo to do so if thereby all enter ate for any b ly, but it is m ItisWto tiiraplnni! At tho recent Ecumouical Confer if left ahum, bodv. put it around just behind her enco upwards of eighty American del nrisos of that kind in tho United ayainst an evil that, tit) or buuklu it, then take a would blast our own pros furelei'-- ; egatea gave their names to a recom- States should ho uunihilaied? Would might and long, put it auy btate-unnadvho that our people pority The pau purism of tb old stick about two feet mendation favoring a commemorative should alisulutcly cease to manufacture countries is tho misfortune of thow through under tho strap and twist it centennial meeting In 1881, to bo com ami cease to do every thing except countries, not ours; aiub wo liuvo as llglll. &fc 19 SHIP IJII'U. posed ol representatives, clerical and bodies in farming mid trading and bunking, good right to protecj jjurrelves against There is a remarkable family nf 7 lay, from all Methodist entirely dependent its evil e fleets as wo nave brother and 2 sisters residing with America. Committees have already aud thus yellow (over. It is not in a short distance of one another iu u been arranged and delegates appoint- upon foreign couutrios for nil our tine gainst clothing, nil our farmiug implements, our duty to allow foreign countries to Oswego couuty, N. Y., remarkable in ed from several Conferences. all our household goods, for every relieve themselves of the evils of pau point loimevity, their united ages Sao viv thiug, iu short, except our victuals? iiorUm and make u profit while doitii: being of years, and their circle never TwoTiVwau 072 1. Tho nbolitiou of Speak Yol thii is what haviug been invaded by death. DuilBK. Would this be advisable or prudent so at Our oxpensu.' even if we had assurance that wo could froo trado proposes, er Koifer, Ho Is a fool. lt projioses to 2. The abolition of ex Secretary always purchaso these goods ut tho tlirow our porta open and Invito the A well known statlsclan reports low rates. suggested? Certainly not. product of pauper labor, U a free that since I860, Mr. Tilden has writItobeson. He it n, knave, When a fool and a knave aro the (Jcrtainly no patriotic man would bo market iu competition with'thoso of ten 143,484 letters to Jeflerson dinleaders of a political party, and the willing to see his own country in such our people, and thus reduco the wagos ners. And ho isn't much of a baud New York knave runs the fool, the party is likely a condition of dependence, evou if it of American men and women to the to write letters either. Y. Sun. were truo that in the matter of dollars fcturvatiou standard. to bodamaged.r-- N, Tribune. nitriorournnl TARirr and cent-ther- nufnt htnior Jmtmi cralilu PENNY ANI rtoomld At, OIVENB, XiAAV, ArrroiiNKitri In all SriNDLE thi & McALISTEK, NIIiVEinVAItK S'l!nh,Se.,,itill,i0 Prutlc 7 mile. a.t SlhAOoillt rn tllotk, rnr. ky. iiuihvilLi:, Ooiiru, ThoLAEGEST STOCK of WATOHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY" Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Olocks and Jewelry Bepalred on short notice, and Warranted, Collection! prompt-- til,. rrTT'lonU'ritrWgii VT? T. W.VARNON. WALLACE K.VAHNON. ATTOIIN13YM A.X XiAAV. STANFOIID, KY. Office la Owiley A Roa'a new bulMIng T. W. A W. B. VAHNON, i.' .irii up tUlrr. ATTOIlN13 Al' LAW, LAKCA9TKR, KY; Matter Commlnloner anil Count Attorntr. Will practice In all tbe Court! or (limrJ and adjolnlnj countlea and'ln the Court otAppeali. H.C, KA.UFFMA.N, ma-l- ,.,; bow-wow- Takes thli oppiitjnlly of thinking his patrons In Stanford and rltlalty for their liberal support, and hope lo retain ll, as he haa settled a nnt-cla- ii stock thlsearly In the season, before being called Will practice In the Conrte 61 thla and adlolnlDg oter, and It Office In coumlce and In the Court or AppeaU. Owtle A tfon'e new butldlnc up autre. ATTOltNBy A.T STANFOIID, KY. THOMAS V. HILL, JH., 1.A.AV, H. C. RUPLEY, avE3i!n5.oDE3:ak,rTT j. h, o dr., wi:aivfiei, ky., i t ALEX. ANDEKBON. A.'X"X,OHlV33V A.T X,A.-V- , DANVILLE, KY., Will practlceln theCourlaornojIeand adjoining connlleeand la tbe Court of Appeal,. From the best of Foreign Makers Comprises Everything that is lVew, Eieel." They will be cut and mads la nrit-tlai- s Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done style. Ilia motto ls:-"- To s; :... (rowa-I'rrb- spe fc' ,B LIBERTY. KY. Will practice In all the Court! ot Cater and ad- Jolnlna countlet, and In the Court of AppeaU. Special attention giren to cotlectloni. Office orer B. T, Plcrco'e atore. A.Tn?oitrvx!iY A!id Kzmtnini MABTERSON a.i IjAav, roacinnr county, PEYTON, TLHl i" tll?f DB. 3TANFOUD, J. Q. OABPENTEB, KENTUCKY WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! 'i i u 11.11 y "" Office orerltobU 8. LyUe'a atore. Office houra rrom 7 to 9 A. M. 12 to I r. u.; 7 to r. M. 1 Office ( KYI South aide Mtln 8treet, two doora abore the Mjert Hotel. PureNllroua Ozlde Oaa admlntatered when required. U. O. .MORGAN, D. D. H. HDllOEON 8TANFOnD. LEE F. HUFFMAN, Cheaper Than Ever Before A.T DENTIMT, McRoberts & Stagg's. BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! ! j & Will Le in manford two weeka ot each month, rrom flrtt Monday, Dental rooml In St. Aaaph IIoUl, oter Mc. liter A Hrlgbt'a. rSeeiign.l At Lancatter two weeka of each month from third Monday Denial rooma In Xinn Uoute (Mee algn. Pure nltrout oild gate admlnltlered 462 If when neceatarjr. CIIUUCU tttttd; IENTIT, St'aMsKtox&BU IlHTcJtiNt rcccirctl anil will lino of the choicer)! keep ooiiHduidj' on Imiul a fresh post-morte- good-sixo- !,, lUBa'CTOUt. Pfied Prayer Moetlngt Thuraday nlgbta. 8unday School at :00 A. H. J. 8. blrot, dupertntendent. The Wonian'a lllnlonarr Soclatr meeta here on the lit Mra. T. T. Sunday In each month, at o'clock uarieaa, METHODIST, SOUTH. KM. J. 8. ftKS,night. etery 8uhdar morning and n i Groceries,Confectioneries, A.asrr SUPPLIES, FAMILY which ihej or -- All will ld, rai-iu- Serrlce. 11 on Second aiid Fourth Sundara. mornlnsand olghl. Prayer Mretlng eery Wedncwlay afternoon, dundar tfclio.il at SO a. h. It. E. Barrow Superintendent CHRISTIAN. darWonhlp by the con relation Cox Preachlnabr Dr J W. on Flrat and Third Lord'a daya. 8undiy School at 9.15. Jon Sereranre, Hupprlntendent. M. IUcck, Paator. liAPTIST. Rkv. J. Soli at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. I'ooleii iiihI They are iiIno ukciiIn for I lie Hale or SIiiIUiikIjV hiiiierior (s'immIh urw. e PBESBYTEItlAN. ttout,. superintendent Wadneaday nlghta. SOUTH. Ker I. 8. School at 9.30. John W Union Prayer Meeting on FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING -- ! Stanford Female College. STANFORD, With KY. r, mMSa.u,,.un,y a Full Corps of Teachers, 111 1 Thli Institution oiwoed I Devn Monnay in scpiemner ALL THE HKANCHE8 Twellth Seailon on ian. A e OF ilia in Street, Stanford, Iy. 1 hare bought out my brother, It. II. Weareu, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stnnd, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture ol' every description and sell at figures that cannot bo beathensive. My stock ol Collins and Caskets will bo compreShrouds and Robes always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. "WEAKEN. en. B. K. WEAREN, dbt- ( oJ' THOROUGH ENGL1SHC0URSE Are taught, at well aa MUBXC. ' d 1 THE LANOUAOES. DRAWING' AND PAINTINO. ' - TERMS MODERATE. ISO; Preparatojy, f 10, and Collegiate, SM. i rfrdirriXamc; tu Aui.iuu, rivrs regular Iiep4rtmnta. raua- Prtmarr, - irmu . S2S; iu Intermedial! rf iu tu "'.fUr ."? - -- ... w ... For full partlculara, aa to Board, Ac, addreai MRS, H. V, TKCEllKtHT,- - lrlnclinl. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. 100,000 - POUNDS ! OF - ' NOTICE ATJLTMAN-TAYLOE J WOOL WANTED! NUNNJESIaXiXSY StaSiaoLfVoirca., DBLy., In- Pcrioni wlihlog to examine a complete' Threshing Machine Establishment, With Traction or fielM'rol'ns Engine, are Danrllle, Ky. vited to call on W. W SMI-.n- r, In the purchase of thla Engine theihernien aire a large outlay for teatut; the larmera In feed. AT DANVILLE, MAY 15, 1882, Want to buy 100,000 pounds of -- "Wool County Court day. I will glre (practical demonstration of the worklngiaud luetliiof the Engine. Ordera aolldt d. n.u, oomcraet, April 23, st iiakvi.i. 1832, in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the IS92, Semi-Week- A ly SRANB COKBINATION, Interior Journal And tbe Loulsrllle- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancas- Weekly Courier - Journal One papvra for little more year lor 8:1.50-- 10 thau the price of one. By paying us 13 50 you will recti re for one year your home paper with the Courier-Journa- l, the i'f lb- - Niulh, and the brliihiral and ablest laiullr Meekly lu tlio United Slates. Thcwe who desire to eiaiulnea aa pie can do so at ol the Courier-Journ- ter and F. A. Jones at Kingston, Mad- m ripreMnt.tlre !!, thai thls-'fflc- e ison County. They will have a buyer at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. O - 1 t? 2 i M s- - 0 "3 Oi O c c Q c CB 0 g " CD A S Eft t a j2 g sCD ss uo 5 1 4 H it1 1- ta 5. o gQ Q . CD H s -3 o o K o o M Q CO Stmi-SSttrli- fj $ntcrior$onriwl Friday Morning, VI. STAMTOBD, KIT -- P. WALTON, hli confident this time. In a few weeks a I comlderabte portion bf New York-willighted bf hit lamp, and then W skall hare practical Ut of lh matter. Krery one not Interested In rm companies anil Mny 5, 1882 ga slock will wlili him the fullfst realisation of hit hope. Cincinnati Commer EDITOR cial. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Tiff: Secretary of the Navy has ask to del ray the of observing tho transit of expenses Venus this ytar, and it is expected that Congress will mnko lilcral pro visions. It is announced that the phenomenon will baoxamincd inthrco ways: "By direct observation of tho contact; by doublo refracting prisms, and bv nholoeranhy." Tho transit of Venus is getting to bo somewhat It doesn't seem long sinco tho Government "put up ft good deal of publio monoy to find out ail about it. Hut Venus can not be stopped, and tho demands of science will have to bo complied with. There is probably not ono out of ten Congressmen who could give even a crudo explanation"1 of tho difference between the transit of Venus and the eccentric but it is gyrations of a hardly possible that the scientists are lying about tbo matter for tho mere purpose of getting an appropriation, and Congress will no doubt como down Cincinnati Enquirer. handsomely. cl for an'appronrlation a heavy fall of snow al Tuesday. -P- rlncen Marie, wife of Prince Wil lam, of Wurtembtr?, la dead. Vanderbllt has sold his Kast Forty Fourth 81 , New York, residence for $02,' There wa Walertown, N Y, 000. In the lianian-irickehoat race on the Thames, Ilanlan won with the greatest ll ease. e turns from the municipal elections in North Carolina, show a victory for the regular Democracy, A St. Loujs Judge of the Criminal sky-rocke- Tnn suit brought by Mrs. Owens and her husband against ant-General Mary Adjut- Seods, Lancatler. UT. Tr.K.NO.t lUYkUTISDH-MK- . Little red flogs, the auctioneer's bale John Woodcock has had the iron front ful banner, hanging before numerous of his store-roopainted a penny-royiV. M. O iVKXN liquor saloons In CnlutnbusOliio, signal' green. la an Independent csndldats for Aswssor of the fact llist proprietors have concluded Capt. W.8. Miller is attending the nociasii vouair, Auuai eiscliou, uaz. view of the no longer to hold meeting of theGrand Com mind ery Knights Tun IIouso has concurred in tho Pond Licence Law. the fort, in Templar at Covington. JOII.V H'. KEIUIY Senate amendments to tho Chinese The old Senate IJible which has been Geo Higginbotham is a candidate for Is a esndldsla for to the office of nnd now it goes to the President in uae for over fifty years and has been bill, ofKockcajtl counlr, Augual election, ltat. Sheriff of Gnrrard county, subject to the PRAISE" THE' LORD.' Mr. Arthur will kissed by every Senator admitted during fordiistsiguature. action of the democracy. 'I Geoboetowk, May 4th, 1882. Kdmond 8. Finnle, of Louisville, I no doubt sign it, as he said in effect, that period, was thought to have been stoVtar InteriorT found and will hereafter he' would do so if certain defects, which len, bat of "packing here with a view to improving his health, Inhe? hurly-qurl- r ) bo put under look and key. up," I ait me down in the midst of trunks which has been very poor for some time. ho pointed out, were remedied, and Judge McPherson decided in favor of Chilled Flows, I am authorited to announce Hiram Agency of South-Ben- d this bill has obviated those objections. the Lehigh Valley Railroad Company in openod and closed, with the bustle af hurAvery's Oast and 8teel Plows, Buckeye rying footsteps, right and left, to distract Rolhweil, a candidate for Sheriff of GarReapers & Mowers.SweepsUkcs ThreshThe main difference in this and the the suit brought by the State of Ohio, for and callers to be anointed, at the last mo- - rard county, subject to the action of the ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home vetoed bill is the time of suspending $125,032, taxes claimed on the company's Democratic part. Sewing Machines, Taylor's Elastic Bed Wnt, to break the thread of thought. One Springs, immigration ten years instead of bonds for 1680 and 1S81. The decision goou oiu coioreu .woman. oroK una lasi Jim Dillon request that you will corI 3NT I I 1SIL settles thirty other canes of the same na; sentence in two hy such LI 3F LflL twenty. an application. rect your statement that he Is reipomlble ture. MitJ. A. K. KICIIAKDN, for the bid scene shifting at a late enteraiFIMttSTG"And he went out at the 11th hour and The next thing on call will bo the Ut The Twenty-fourtAnnual Report of in Stanford. He aaya he had Or taulaTllle, la s candidal to rluprrlor JuJrs Id toll lbs 2d ulatrlct, aubject tb action or the purchase of Venuor, the weatiier the Chamber of Commerce says: "Itjaap-- , found others." Ac. So it is bound to be tainment nothing lo do with the scenery that night Democracy until the 12A hour efoiet all. propKet, by grain speculators to pre parent to a close observer that the Unitid Peksosal Dr. Lapaley preached for The meeting closed ,1a t night with 30 IIKECICINIIIDGK dict goodjor bad crop weather accord States iseutering upon a critical period of; confessions for soul and 21 anointed for the Presbyterian congregation Sunday. Jutleo It. I its progresa, when economical and" fioaa? healing Total, 385 for soul and 185 for Col. Jno. K. Faulkner and son John left Is a candidal tor Judgs or Superior Court, aubjtct iug as tliey deal long or short. to ths action of Iho Dsiuocrscy. Klcclfon, dnl cial questions require most careful exam- body. Tbe numbers not Monday In Auguit. Courier-Journal- . to full as at Paris for Louisville, Saturday, to enter upon " ""l inations." and Rowling Green, in the same lime, but their dntie, the Colonel a Surveyor of editor discusses the quesOur tariff Thirty-thre- e coal miners were arrest- the chancier of the whole meeting as de- Customs, and John a a Clerk in his fathit. m. Of Lancaster, It a csndldats for Judi of tion in a lively manner on our first ed at Alpsville, Pa., by a Sheriff's iioiwe on cidedly blessed as in any place we have er's office. froin lbs 2l district. (Subject lo tbe page. a charge of conspiracy. The men were risited. The conversion of In order to close out their canned action of tb democracy. people of adstrikers, it is alleged, and intimidated men vanced Mil CURRENT COMMENT. men continued a goods, Geo. D. Rurdett & Co. offer for the who were engaged to take their places. marked feature to the last. The whole next inirty HOOMS AND BOARD. larmoulti Uorn, per President Arthur' first card reception They were required to furnish bail to the community in town and surrounding coun doxen, $1.C0; Standard Tomatoes, flood roouia snd took place Tuesday night, but up to tills amount of $1,000 each. V try, deeply, and we doubt not, permanent $160; 21b. do, $1.20; Peaches, Apricots, fsinllr irCai.t.W eirelltnt board Inbe tbs lfunt liaj by V. MeKlnnvy can whether it vtaa writing it is not reported The sum of $8 07, which remained of ly aroused. I gather this from every re- Pine Apples, Aa, in proportion. Sugars, application T!i rooma srs tbs uni occupied by ue until rcteutlj, and I apeak Irom the fund lined in celebrating in poker, euch re, w hint or eevenup. The port that reaches me. Set the Georgstown Coffees, Teas, and Queensware, much lowC.-should be more explicit." N. II , on the 22d' of February, meeting down as a decided success. I only er than elsewhere. 1IUJIIII.H III, 3Ml-o- t btauford, Kjr. 1832, the centenary of Washington' birth, Mr, Jos. S. Rothwell, the baby brother care to do this to score another victory for A Kevenue tariff ia part of the Ameri waa depoaited In the local savines bank of our clever wa.ils lo be Sheriff, Hiram HEW JESUS. MILLINERY, can system, but a tariff for protection ia against the SPRING AND celebration, and PRAISE THE LORD and who for several year has been engagbecause it pammanifestly now, at the expiration of half the time, for all. We cannot speak in too high terma ed in a real estate agency in Wellington, "" " 4 sllia IULLX Uvouudsalrea to Inform tbs Ladles t" . !"--' J pers one claaa at the Kreat coat of all other amounla to $143 63. Is cooitsnllr meltings of the kind hospitality of the dear people Kansas, returned lo Kentucky a few daya oftkla vicinity tbatsbs splendid protectee classes-very bandaonis llus of The nev Hprlog snd Gov. James II. McCrcary on account here. From first to last tbey displayed lince on a visit to his mother and a pleasHuuiuierMllllnery, wblcb ahaolTrra to ths public , tariff ejilem ia "liOK.lali" in every aente of -- A.3STX) St Tsrr low rlsurea. .Anions: bar beautiful Block ot the great pressure of business has been the high-bretrip generally, which he consummafor which the blue-grcourtesy, ure Courier-Journa- l. Trlunnluts srs all tbe la I eat designs. Including tbs IteHperH, ' the word. of .Hum crx, en bsa also compelled to decline the honor tendered hai lung been famous, and which ted by marrying Mi's Litzie Arnold, of rage.ieamaiie now-r- a where ths srtatML a attention hullij IMohh, Ural n DrlllM, Ilenartment. him by the A. A. M. College at Lexington. talk of it it as we may, as a vanity of Kirkaville, Tuesday morning. Thry look la glian to the cutting, filling and making of all The drift of the republican party CiiltltHtorH, lltirruvrn, 27- NlruH-G'ultvr- ., Caiter Dennett a vagrant was sold last earth, is a mighty pleasant thing to meet the train here for their home In tbe land sinus oi ureses 'I bri'uh- is not such as to reassure the country and llIK .MlU'llllH'H HUll Kl!Kaae, to auger allong lease of power. The ma- Monday. He brought a dollar and the In this boorish world of ours. Till better of "gentle xephyrs." And other Implement and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturer!, jority of the people are not In sympathy purchaser forgot to take him home. The redupllcan Convention for nomi taught, I shall - continne to admire thorlots, and consequently obtain the largest dit count ana directs for cash, in with Slalwartlsni, and the course of e rents Richmond Herald. oughbreds In man or leat. Without dis- nating candidate for county offices will be Stakfosd StaaaT Goods a; Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Oar motto is t "first-clas- s Roth the Georgia Senators are ill. Ren paragement to any other, lam bound by held Saturday. Henry Mason, a colored alnce Garfield's destli has not made them the Best is always tbe Cheapest." Bespectfully, - KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, more tolerant of that faction of the party Hill l stld lo be slowly dying of cancer at all the laws of gratitude to make special republican oflerel himself for the office of Stanfoid.Ky. GEO. D. which looks backward rather than forward Hot Spring, and Joe llrown is believed lo mention of one dear friend, Jasper Ofi'ult, Jailer but his candldacv was so vigorously JOII.V T. IIMUJINS, l'llOI'ItlETOIt. W. L. iVITIIKHN, sVIM.IAMM, GKi:i:. A Uanagera llustontlllr Dapot have consumption. The latter recently Esq, who met na at the depot on arrival, attacked by some of the white brethren Springfield Republican. l anaier I.sncast.r Depot, Intimated lo a friend that he thought nf re laid himelf out to make our stay delight- he withdrew and John IVrkin, another A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL "Has the Governor wearied in well do- signing, and mentioned as a singular fact ful, acted aa patient and polite usher colored gentleman was entered in his stead Inamv particular, TU patronage ol tbe public ing in the James nutlet? A great many- - that lie had resigned every one (la-of the ma- throughout the meeting, and heat nf all It ia believed some one else is "pulling the aoltctlrO, anil satisfaction f uariutoed. people think his proclamation for the WllOLIMALK AND KCTAII, IlKALr.HH IN ny offices he has held. was one of the first confessors nf Jesus, as triog" and John's name will not come bethe outlawa In unetw officio, an to Gov. John A Ilurbank, of Indianapowell as the boldest of them all, perhaps. fore the convention, while others say he speak, that it ceased to have effect when lis, has recovered a watch and chain which His elegant horses were a) our disposal lo will make the race nomination or no nom Jetto Jam is was taken The Governor were stolen from him by Jete James in ride or drive, and Marie especially, enjoy ination shouldilxsue another proclamation renew1871, near Malvern, Ark. The watch, ed again and ill Kinds cf Husi:. Merchnai.!, Succcasoialo Daunherlr A Holmes, Stat Music, Sssks, While Sheriff Hlgglnbotham waa the luxury of a daub ing The offer for Prank James, and enuour which bears the Governor's monogram, ing ride on his famous gelding tired hy paying out some money a few day ago, he - KEXTUCKY, age"iome of the boya to bring him live, S T., O. has been worn by Mrs. James for several the beautiful Montrose, on whom Mr. dropped a twenty dollar silver certificate Ki'AM'OKD, If podble; dead, If necessary. St. years, and she manifested a disposition OiTutt look more than $5,000 In premiums which was picked up and pocketed by one or Miaoracrtisars to Louis " retain It, but finally gave It up lo ita in me vsnuiis fair rim.' of the countrv. George Tankcndey. The money wa not Grand PIANOS, Square PlANUS, ami Upright PIANOS, v Mr. O. is perhaps tlisjiioJt graceful and el- missed for several hours, and a general InThere are JM Indian children attending rightful owner. In Uoaewowl, Sutinwood, Afulioony, Freucli Walnut anil Kbonizcd Casoa, in The New York Seventh Regiment Ar- egant rider in our Stte,where there ore quiry elicited the Inforiiistiuti that a bill the Govirmuent school ut Carlisle, Pa., elegant designs to correspond with any stylo ni Furniture. mory, which, it ia chimed, will hold eight so many fine riders. He told ma the other of that description had been presented at at Hampton, Va., aud. Forest Groie, thousand person, was nearly filled Tuea day how he tamed tho fleiy Montrose in one of the bar roorus for change by a ne is about the beat Indian policy Elegant Organs, Ohanol Organs, Church Organs, we have and the most thoroughly econom- day evening on the occaiion of the own- one severe lesson, so that he never needed gro wlio sum lankersley gave him the With ono Manual, with two Manuals ami 1'aldU, ooutaiulng the uumt boau- The to punish him again, but made him by pa. money for that 1utpoe. Higginbolham of the money ipent in ing of the May Muaical Festival. ical. tifu), powerful aud useful combinations over jiroourcxl Indian wars for the benefit of speculators, audience gave Theodore Thomas and his tlent training the best galled, as well as started after Tankeraley, who had left in reed Instruments. traders and contractor during the last orchestra of three hundred and chorus of gentlest of horses. Ho had been In the town, and overtaking him, demanded to tweaty yeais, If It had been applied to the eighteen hundred a cordial, but not en- habit of landing his fldera In a fence cor- know what he had done with the money. Wa InvIlA tlin mililin fltfpnllmi In riiir Inrtrn niiil waII aftliinfnil aLnrlc nl ner, or Just where he pleased, until he Seeing he was caught, Tankeraley handed establishment of Indian school on the thusiastic reception. ORGANS, Ami our unequalod fucilitita for furnishing PIANOS Since the war the cost of the public found In Mr. O. a 'foeuan worthy of hi it over but declared he had no intention of retrrvalionx, would have made Indian the best class of instruments at low rate, no iiurchaso for net cash in printing has aggregated at least $50,000.- - teel." At hi firit attempt and firat fail- stealing It aud as he could not reid did not Impossible. Courier-Journwars. larger quantities than any other house in this city. The expense of our 000 and the Government nrintlni' office ure to throw hi new owner, the latter know it wa money. ORGAN Denurtment is litr kw thau some hous- PIANO Kdison expresses great couGdence In his has grown to be the greattat establishment gave him the rsliifond In addition, the Wo havo reached lower cs doing exclusively a l'iauo and Organ trade, electric, light for domes MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT, ability to aupply f the kind in the world. The main rea whip and spur, and Jew "across country" prices than havo been tendered by any deulers in this market, and guarantee tic llUiposes, and lo produce it at tudi cost son for the enormous outlay lies In. the In a mad steeple Cfiase&clesring felicea, . Sain. U, Bunttt. Editor. WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. all instruments as represented. Wo sell on easy monthly or quarterly pay- tliafl r will drive gas out coexistence at sn practice of Congress In constantly ordering walls any thing that 'came in the way Squirrels are plentiful now. llrit. menu, anil uuy inairuiuuiii uiaun on trim, urn jiiunuy us sviiivbviucu, may or all Wa inauufacturs Illuminator. Mr. Kdison. as events have the printing of documents of no Rvalue until he drew him MjTanthe atsble door, lylor, who the champion Niiurod of vinpluylug only CsnlaneS workmen descriptions, be returned at our expense. We solicit correspondence wUi creous desirand ualug shownTila very sanguine person, but hej wfale-e- r the count, kiM tlit) lorcr of tills tUIIo- - duIjt arst'Clast material, and wll at reasonable ing to purchase, and take pleasure in auswerloc all iuiiuiries. ' except to gratify thevanilfof panting witli fatie?am every fislr figures style, workmanship anl material eouaU lou game well supplied. teem To have some substantial backing for those who get them up. drenched. (Ilj HAUUIIEKTY st ISYrtK, sreU. lilUAfAJ.H. K UU, $900,000,000. al ao-tnk Nuckols for $10,000 damaged has been withdrawn from the former lawyers becauso they agreed to compromise for $500. On being tendered that sura, Mr. Owens said: "Wo don't want hU money! Wo want a written apology over his own autograph! That we will have or let the case go on!" The caso has been placed intho hands of J. Andrew Scott and Sidney French, of Frankfort, and will be tried at tho June term of the Court of Common Pleas. -." .Kentucky has 3,Jlu pensioners who get 81,280,221 (including ar rears) a year. Under the vast extension of 'the pension factory this sum will be largely increased. If a man who served a little while in the Uuion arniy.has.n touch of rheumatism to day ho gets up a powerful lot of oaths to the effect that he is suffering from tho effects of army life twenty years ago and tho pap is ladled out to him. So fades the money of the Treasury Courier Journal. away.-- Court hia decided that the act making gambling a felony is unconstitutional. Secretary Folger has issued a call for the remaining outstanding six per cent, bonds of 1861, amounting to $11,200,000. A fire in the Newmarket buildings, Aberdeen, destroyed 100.000 worth of property, and caused the death of three persons. -l'- arnell, Dillon and O'Kelly have been released from jail and Forater liaa resigned, and there is ereat rcioiclne in nt Ireland. ine rresiueni naa issue! a prociaima tlcn warning the cowboy outlaws of Ariio na to subside br noon of May 15th, or take the consequences. Hon. Horace Maynard. late I'oatmas (er General, died suddenly, of heart dia ease, at his home at Knoxville, Tenn. Wednesday morning. i Three old books, scooped out inside and filled with valuable jewelry, addressed to a person in Cincinnati, were seiied by New York Custom officers Tuesday. The Ohio ltepubljcin State Conren tion has been called for June 7, to nomi nale a Secretary of State, Supreme Court Judge and members of the Board of .Pub j lic Works. The new Railroad Commission has or ganized by making Col. Howard Smith, Chairman, and Judge C. E. KIncaid, a member of the former Commission, Sec retary. The execs of exports of merchant dire for twelve months, ended March 3Isf, was$S9,IS2,173 The excess of imports of gold and silver coin and bullion for twelve months, ended March 31st, was $27,4G6,. ft The consumption of whisky in Amer ica a yeir in 75,000,000 gallons, the tax on it amounting to about $05,000,000, In the at twenty years, the amount paid Into the Treasury, on whisky, is put down at u,i A mass meeting was held at Liberty, Clay county, Mo, rTf$T'lhf?ioe of the James boys, and resolimonaTisaed Imlors ing Governor Crittenden's acttati, and ei' pressing full sympathy with him in his war fare against the bandits. The meeting waa largely attended and the resolution em phatlcally and universally commanded Wheat A DurfT, wholesale grocers, of Louisville, hare made an Hsslgnment. Their liabilities are estimated al $.r0,000 to $75,000. They Issued a circular to their creditor saying that the great difficulty In collecting, and bad debts, due to the drouth of last year and the overflow of the Winter and Spring, made it Impossible for them to meet their liabilities. Mr. DorfT, It I said, drew $35,000 in the Kentucky Distribution Lottery in 1(73. The steamer Glamorgan, of the Warren Line, arrived from Liverpool, badly scratched by ice. In latitude 10 20 and longitude 42 30, she psed an leelierg fully 500 feet high, on which waa a number of polar bears, and shortly afterwards ran into a field pack of ice and Icebergs. She steamed one hundred and sixty miles on the Southern edge of an Icefield, passing fully one hundred large Icebergs, on wlilch were seen polar bears and a large number of teal. The saji that on last Sunday there were in attendance at the morning and evening service Sn nil the churches in St. Louis 119,413 persons, and 23,102 children. Of in the Sunday-school- s these, the Catholic Church ia represented by 15,171 persons, the Methodist by 7,402, the Presbyteriana by 0,029, the Oa'plist the German Evangelical, including the Lutheran, 7,619. At the parks, beer gardens, theatres and other not very relig ious places there were 20,212 persons. Of witnessed baae these more than ball games. Some time ago the Indian Department requested the military to arrest Captain Jack, of the While River Ules, who was In Urn vicinity of Fort Washakie, Wro-minThe arrest waa made April 29th Shortly after he attempted to escape, and fled to a tepee,, near by, where be secured a carbine and killed Sergeant Richard Casey, of the Third Cavalry. A mountain howltrer was ihen'fired Into the tepee, killing Jack instantly. Captain Jack Va a notorious leader In the Thornburg and Meeker massacre, and waa a very danger-ouianbad Indian The smallest baby In the world was recently born in a mining camp at Cande-lariNevada. The father is a miner, and weighs one hundred and ninety pound. The mother ia a stout, healthy woman, weighing (lerhapj one hundred and sixty pound. The child ia a mtle, as perfectly formed as any human being can be, hut upon its birth It only weighed eightotince. Its face is about the size of a horse chestnut, and a ring worn on the little finger of ita mother was easily slipped over its foot nearly Up to the knee In thn opinion ol the attending physician the child will live and prosper in good health, notwithstandTbe ing its diminutive prutrartlons. midget la. all that three of ita .aizo could play it a cigar box. 2, one-thir- d g. d s, One lesson sufficed, and all other training was made easy, A good reason for an dnruly child a well m freedom horse. I may be allowed thin parting "horse-talk- " In the possibility of leaving the land of fine horse for good, I speak of them a I speak of the mountains of Eastern Ken tucky. Mountain are the "produce" of that section and fine horses of this, and I am Writing ts Interest all. Some mar relish the sketch of Mantrott and think more kindly of the rsligion of Jeans that allows a friendly recognition of a gallant creature made br God to I adorned, who would turn coldly away from a more ipir-ituline of lemark, It I the false religion of the day that forbid a look at these things, while yet nothing better I given the poor young convert to look at, that ha driven thousand away from a religion that enly ofler cold, stone walls, tightly closed 0 daya in the week, and on Sunday dedicated lo formal service that chill in stead of warm, with yet stringent rule aa to the wickedness of certain thing, among which are not Included "covetoutnesa which Is Idolatrous," or viciout temper, or envy or or foolish gosip, or sectarian bigotry and hatred. Rut he- war.) of horse, cards, dancing and such n like, ssy these practitioner of the other lhlng; for they are not to be allowed for a moment. "Scribe and Ph art 's, hypocrites! Tithing, mint, anise and ciimminl These ought ye to have done and not lo have left the others undone." "Blind guide-- ! Straining at a gnat and swallowing a camel." Do I like "gnata" in mlneT Not but I like camel's legs. That I what I mean to say. Dear reader, who ever ynU are, remember Jesus always give something better, when He ask you to anything for HIM. He i not a hard master nor an austere man, though the devil and Pharisees try to make Him out such. "His yoke is easy Hi burden light." If the one be galling and thenthrr heavy then the devil is at work and ha substituted hia own for that of Jesus. Oh that all knew what a happy religion is that of our Jeans! Where are we going? I don't know. Per haps to Nersailles perhaps to Day ton, Ohio. I await a telegram from the latter place, before deciding. I have no choice Jesu chooses for me. "Where HE leads I will follow. I will follow all the way.' Adieu! The LOUD bless tbe friends I may not see again, I have a feeling that if we leave the Slate, we shall not return. liuf'God knows all thereat" Ever in Jesus. Geo. O. IUr.nej. back-bitinfrost-bitte- The following telegram wss received at this office at 5.30 yesterday evening: VensiiLLlx, K May lib. Arrived here al 4 o'clock. All well. Will begin Geo O Harnks. here GARRARD COUNTT. There are several ease of chronl drunkenness In town. Otherwise, the health of the community I generally good, Ml. Vernon ha six lawyers, two doc MnlHN..,N.HHfrrl,Ky. tors, one poel, and more pretty girl than any other town of Its site In the Slate. E IL -- Mr. W. II. Albright, Sheriff, ha ad- JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R, vertised a large quantity of land lo he This Old Well -- Known sold for taxes, 1881, In front of the Court- OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 Hotol Still Its HiRh house on the Till of this month, fCounty Court day). 32.00 Itl ProprletorirDeTerHilsed that In the last fifteen dsyajihere have been it Shall be Second to so Country no lets Ihsn fifteen drummers In town. Special Accommodation to Commercial Hotel in the State in iti Fare, is a good town for the romrusrclal This Appointments, or Alien- Trnvolora. traveler It I rare that he come here tion to Comfort of their Qneiti. without selling a llttlo hill. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Some of Ihe farmer are "cuaslng" -- Hi bsrsaraisd Is and front lUsgaas tksdrsst about Ihe cold, dry weather, and other I bare recently token charge of thii home frrf of (karss, stprrlsl arromMsdstlsaa t IsCammsrrlslTrsislrra. Tea liar nlllks and intend to havo nrtt-olu- a complain of a "had stand" of corn. The alnsfs assails tsltk Ik skalrssl accommodations, krsadaar Messrs a4 llcara. average farmer ia not often happy, If he ia judged by his own expressions. The only occupant of the jail is a little nigger. Several person have tried to Induce Judge McClure lo releaa him on hia own recognlttnce. He I but an insignificant chicken thief, and, If released, might reect Ihe rooat hereafter. H-A.- S Capt. Frank P. Kellogg, In charge of a corps of K. C R It. engineers, arrived here Tuesday qvening. The party left yesterday for Roundstone and will proceed to the route from Mullin's Mill through by "Red Hill" and down Trace Ilranch to Rockcastle Hirer. Al though It Ii thought tbe K O Is negotiating Ihe purchtse of the Richmond Ilranch; till will not, it it thought, prevent them building the road down Roundalone. It la Jx bTmi well known that railroad I noW building from Morristown, Tenn., through Cumberland Gap Into Kentucky andihat road exBot'SJJJJJJJJjT aW pect to meet the K. O. The extentioti of Ihe latter road will certainly be built through till countr, but whethrrlhe"Red Hill" route or the Ml. Vetnon and Saaggs Creek route will be selected I J et undetermined. A correspondent send the following bit of experience, common lo every body in this sesson of Ihe glad and happy g Spring lime: "We have had the mama fraj It Is something horrible. Not an orderly room to be found; not a neat, cluery nook in the whole house. Every thing redolent and toap-sueven the biscuit, if you are lucky enough to find one, ptrinrated with delicate flavor nf "Mottled German" or "every day soap." Chaos, the most absolute, sways the sceptre furniture disposu itself in parlor and hsl!; parlor furniture bemosns Its fate in the dining-room- ; dining-roofurni.ure grows friendly and Ta- fauiiliir with the kitchen furniture U huddled together as If in earnest consultation in the rear porch Every thing where it should not, nothing where it should be. Untidiness and d if com fort reigning supreme That's 'Spring clean ing'" When you onstder that almost every household In the country paa-e- s through that sort of an ordetl st least once STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE. a year, is it longer a wonder that profknity is alarmingly on the increase? HFUril IN ST.ASAPHHOTELMYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. BDRNiE' PrPr' I aud Maintain! Reputation, BOARD, PER DAY. W fflt THE GENUINE MAYFIELD Water Elevator. Destroys All Wator Insects; -- IK Draws Fresh "Water from tom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freozo. ' Hr Foulest Oistorns Mado Puro by This Elovator. house-cleanin- OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. kon Back. Bed-roo- cook-stov- Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo GEO. D. WEAREN. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other if has-bee- n VAMETX STOltlis! ai'x. visurvoN, ky LEt h SX7 Gc WAGONS, O S. -- J. jtvnurrr, rl .sgc-cliie- fly. ijs Ports-mout- J. JAnu MM - 'y . d BUGGIES Nvir-IIIiulcrcar-lo- CAER1AO-BSIIuy-I'ri'HHC- Huj-ltitUt-- Mantua-Maki- Corii-l'lHiiliT- y 1IIOGIN& HOUNE! WEAREN, tf Daugherty&Hyde . 00.. PIANOS AND ORGANS aro3E3C3Nr ODEitTDFtoia: id cfc in-a- NO. 66 WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, Globe-Democr- Fine Carriages, Buggies, Parlor One-tent- and AND PHAETONS, and 1 0rst-cla- ilUIlfl Friday MornlHg, L May 5, 1882 l N. L OCAL TIME CARD. l'mirir trains North., South. .100" . . 12 r. m. LOCAL NOTICES. A. OwiUjr, acre. Farmer are acired about the eflrct Horn, to Mr. M. M. Miller, ol Madison, (larollne at at Penny ft Doan'i of the lata freeie, and pecutator are two daughter on the 3d. Mr. MlJIer I a McAllsUrV gambling. Lexington Observer. of Mr. J. J. Mcltohtrt, of thi lalei Kw lock of Jewelry and Silverware at place. llelow are the ruling price for proPenny A McAlliterV. visions, Ac , In Stanford: llacon shoulder, I no better erldence of the large Watchm, Clock mil Jewelry repaired There lie; hams, ICJo.; side, 15c. Flour, $1.00 ami warranted by Penny A McAIIter. amount of good told In Stanford, than II. A H. II, HltANK are receWlnir ami the great number of drummer to be seen to $1 50; corn, $4.50; meal, $1 per bushel; J. opening a lot of men anil boys' clothing. oat, 75c; coflee, 12 to 20c, molasses, 00c. here at any time. and to 00c.; dried apple, 7c; peache, 8jc; YotI will find the bent cent cigar in town at l'enny A McAlis-isrMil F, D. At.nmuiiT, agent for the Irish potatoes, $1.00 to $2; aweet potatoes Hon, B. M. Burdett. Hinder for thla county, cheese, 'J0c.; eggs, 12 jc; Till .lock of J. II. A 8. H.HIiankala Deerlng Twine reading for our farmer in $2; butter, 25o;l.t.1 The Nlchotatville Journal has, In the 71.nal.si1 ..It l.v of giret aome good now complete with beautiful Mylr laat issue, thla complimentary notice of An organisation ha been formed In Spring (Ipols. If ypji don't bclere It, Just our advertising column. Don't fall !o Mr. Ilurdett: We had the pleasure of call 00 Uitm and'se. Springfield, III, under the name of the pernie It meeting yesterday the Hon. II. M. Burdett, W( ire Just receiving and opening a Wk hare an anonymout letter from Lan American Houthdown Dreedera' Aasocia of Garrard, who I a candidate for Judge laree lot of elder A Hro.' Ladle' and for collection, revision, preservation Children'! Khoea for Spring and Hummer caiter, which we would publish, but for an tion, of the Superior Court In this, the 2d Diswear. J. 11 A 8. II. Shank. etabliahed rule not to publish any com and publication of the history and pedi- trict. Having never met tin gentleman munlcation utiles w hare the full name gree of purebred Houthdown sheep. The Wore we made Inquiry of a person who principal pflicaa are to be In that city. PERSONAL of the writer. knew Mr. Ilurdett well aa to how he would Hook ,110 been opened for subscription -- M Oaxo la TMllog MIm "show up in the race " Said he, "Burdett A OKI at deal of aheep shearing haa . '' to the capital stock, and all Interested in " I one of the strongest men in the Geld; hi been done tbi week, and a large amount the breeding of Southdown aheep in the MlidU ptOtUilKl'ftKTO AND Km.a of wool ha been delirered. Me. Hale United Slate and Canada are Invited lo professional attainments are first rale, and Kilw, of lianvlfle, art visiting at the Col and Nunnellsf hare receireJ about 25, a a gentleman he ha no superior." He become active members, A meeting for lege. haa relation In nearly erery county In the 000 pound already. been appointcompleting organization has Mm. 0. L. Holme, o( Mlddltburg, r tDistrict, He is the son of Kelson Ilurdett, The Chairman of the Democratic Coun- ed for May 31. took the train here Wednesday for Iula- for many year sheriff of Garrard county, ty Committee of Wayne ha announced Cincinnati Cattle Receipt aomc-wh- who In hi day Tlllf. waa favorably known all Increased, and a very fair supply on Mr. Millard V. Hour and wiit, of that a Primary Klection will lie held in over central Kentucky a closely related to Walling relatives here Oil that county on the 4th SaturJay In May to ale, all of which were of a fair general the extensive families of (larrard, were Floyd, Mayfields, select candidate for the county offices. quality. The demand wa good for all week. Kemper, Singleton, McKees, Dunn, Ad Gait. Y. (I. Wllcii la In Uulsvllle Mil W. K. Varnon informs u that grade, with rather a stronger feeling for amies, Swojie, Alford, Ilaughmans and on builneoa connected with Crab Orchard Arch llalley. colored, who had hi trial at the best qualities. Market steady and Kubanks, who wero scattered orer all of the firm. Prices ranged a follows; Common Sprint,. counties of the District, His mother uusionriiie, meaaar, tor culling wiiu infair lo medium $t.2V525; good M. Kr.il, Mrs Kohestim Hkih tent to kill, waa sent on for further trial Mr. J. a Samuel, a daughter ot Reuben Samuel, to choice butcher grade $5 00fi 50; extra and Mm Fannie Item went to Loulaville and hla bond fixed at $50, which he gare. $C 00(100 of Franklin county, Kv , whose wife waa a 75; stiller, $5 25050; good lo TutaJay, sister of Gov, Hob Letcher He is also reThe Louisrille iW aara In regard to choice cow and heifer, $5 5OW0 50: fair lated the left for CinTill: Kdllor of thin pajwr extensive families of Perkln to the announcement of Mr. Aleck Luk for to medium daily cows $41 75; good to cinnati and Loulavllle TueaJay, for a little and Scnclair. Mr, Ilurdett received a colrecreation the first he hat taken since, lut Court of Apjieal Clerk: A prohibition choice do. $V$6; fair to good shipper, legiate education In the regular course at candidate from Itockrastle county haa en- $07.25; common to fair oxen, $3505; November. Georgetown College, entering the freshman Julia A. Hunt wa In the city the tered in the rice fur Clerk of the Court of good to choice do, $55O0.50; feeding class in 1853, He waa born and raised past H'k her svason hating doted. Hhe Appeal. Thi ia a direct tbruit at the steers, $5C; Blockers, $15; some light and has always lived in Garrard county, yearling and ralves, $3(i4. Sheep The liii gone to Memphis, where her buiband bibulous Captain Henry. where he haa been in Active practice since supply w more liberal, and the demand her la now keeping hotel. She r The Sick Mr. T. T. DarieMia im- waa not so strong, and the market ruled March, 18G4. Mr. Ilurdett is Cindn. ploring and will soon bo up season In "Florin!" in Auguat. Mr. Leo quiet at lower price, the range being a year of age. He ha many personal friend natl iiatr. in thi county who will be glad to aupport Mack Harden haa almost recovered follow: Common to fair unshorn $10525; him. Ramsey ia still rery low Mr. Dayton good to choice, $5 60(,G 50: clip, $350 LOCAL MATTERS. Tucker and Mr. Parsons, of the 1111 Best Das for Angling. 50. Spring Lamb were Canned gooda lower than ever at Hale Qp neighborhood are Tery III and not 550; culls, $5-A eucceiwful angler say In the Lexinglow at 0J(rt 7 cent per lb. grow. A Nunnellev'. " Mra. Jamea Anderson, likely to recorer ton Tranicript: "Laat year I had inserted commenced The Lexington rare TllOlK Indebted to J. W. Wallace are of Gilbert Creek, ha l Tuesday. The weather wa good and the in your paper predictions for the best days ferer. urgently rebeed to aeltle. crowd in attendance very large. The first in each month for angling. Those who The following item waa sent us by a race, foi all age, of mile, Ipurse of $150, observed the day named never failed to I otTEK for sale, privately, my properToung gentleman of the Mt. Xenia neigh$125 to first and $23 to second, was won by have a good catch. For the remainder of ty in Stanford. J. It Warren. borhood : "The young ladies of Mt. Xenia Mammonlst In 1:15, Litzie 8. second thia year the day will be a follow, water Tiiiikr HUNiinro tiioohaNo nnicK for School icare a delightful picnic dinner to Una n. third. The Kcond, for all and weather being favorable : ., , ... .. ale. Apply to Henry Haughrnan, Stan. the Ikjjs of the name school last Friday, Mat 1,3, C, 7,8, 9, 10,30, 3'. age, a. milrs, lor me T. ..II I ' uisuiiera siuue JUNE- -I, fofd. 1 2, 3, i, S, 6, 28,23,30. in erery particular, $1,500 to first, $300 to recond ard $200 to which wa a uccemt II i' ti 2D, 29, SO, SI. WAirtKli.'MiJunlry' l'a!de,' 'hams and and waa as thoroughly enjoyed by all tho third, wa won by Creosote over eleven Jl'LT I, 2, 3, 26, 17, 23, 26, 27. AtracsT XI. 22, 23, 21, ahoulilera; hlgliea market price paid. Mc- - boya a the splendid triumphs in the way tarter, in 2.0'Jj, lien DUr second and ParTEMBKa-i- a, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23. OCTOBXB-I- C, 17, IS, 19. 20,21, 22. Aliiler A Ilright. of perfect cookery and polite attention Tom Plunket third. The third and last race Other invited of the day waa won by Iiagdad in 1:11, h'ovKHBia-1- 2, 13, II, IS, 10. could hare demanded. DicxMDXa-11,13 " STANtonnaboutd hare a street sprinkler G. 11. McK. glints completed the enjoyment of the oc- Stella Mcond and Saunteer third by allmeani. Already, the dust I get, casion, and created a lively hope that they distance, 1 mllef pure, $175; $150 of .1KW AIIVLIITISEXKITS. ting Tery dlaagreeablt. would come again, and frequently, to gild which to first and $25 to second. la building for hi own the hours of toil and lend them wing." Mn. J. A. Allen WEDNESDAY. OR STOLEN! occtipancy, a frame dwelling on Ilia lot ad. wa very (mail beoiuie STRAYED The crowd DEATHS. joining Mr. J. W. Alcorn. The first race waa From of a poor programme. a j prtiuliet, 1 mile from Wavontiurx. A little child of Jim P.liner, living a mile dash for all ages; $150 for the first on April 27, ISM. a 1IKD MILK COW and Calf The proprietor of Lincoln Mill, hayand two J bTKKIU one a aoAH and the and $25 for the second, and waa won by other aroTTKD. A liberal reward will be given ing secured a jrmanent wnter aupply, near Halls Clap, died Tuesday. lor Information or for tbelrdsllvtrv. An old colored man, who lived on the llrambaletta in 1:44; Mary Corbett second will be able to do custom grinding at any UKUKUi: W. CLIFT. WajuMburg, Ky, farm of Mr. Kd. Carter, of thi county, and Pope Leo third. The second race wa time. Tuesday, lie wa about 90 year of for the St. Nicholas itakc, for died ia in jail again. Thla time Lkwm IlALL I I DE3 $200 to the first and $100 for the toauITer out the fine Imposed uon him mile dash. Thla second; entrance $50; RELIGIOUS. AUp rsonsliavlnj claims acalnit the estala of for cruelty to hi wife, he baring failed to wa won by Punster In 50 seconds; Vera V IT. Cbandltr, dee'd, ar noticed to present IU F.lder Jo. Dillon la holding a pro- second and F.bony third. The third wa a theui to the undersigned Commissioner, properly Mr. J. Kino, of Urine. ton Station, tracted meeting at Parksrille. selling rare, one and a quarter miles for a vertlAM, as the law requires, on or before June advertise for Cfly good railroad lie. maIter. Win. II, Cloyd will preach at pun-- e of $230, which wa taken by Ltuore, 1st, 1981. . II. EDMINTON.Com'r. ker. He pay 15 cent a tie limber fur- - Tiirnertvllle ntzt Sunday at 11 o'clock. a chestnut filly, belonging to W. B. Three hundred and eighteen dollar niihed. Time 2:10. She wa then sold, her Maukieo. At the residence of the have been subscribed already for repairing owner purchasing her for $750. groom'a mother in Liucoln county, yrrler-da- tho Methodist Church. LINCOLN C0UNTT. -- Elder J.C. Walden.of Lancaster, will OrncE or W. IIkiiixo, Cincauo, April- 10, S2 Mr. Jack 0. Sim, aged H, wan mari. j.. MtTivj v ii., lAiingioH. av.to Mt. Sterling to take charge of the The owners of certain patents, known as Ihe Highland. ried to Mr. Mary Johnson, a widow of 10. more St. - MOKIIAM ."blTobrouehtsultmln.t church at that place at a aalary of $1,100. Henry Gerkey sold one yoke ol oxen me. allecinz Inrrlnnuent In tor DEEKINU TWI.NEUINIIKH. Iwl.nto I'lt that the The General Conference of the MethoIt waa reported yesterday that the house George Turnbull for $100. (Jorhsiu patents nave lor a long tlnia been otTsrad of Dr. llbode. living near Peyton' Well, dist Church South began it session in to I). I). Hiatt had part of his thumb me at a moderate royally, and wen carefully by my attorney, who decided that I In thtt county, had burned. We could Nashville Wednesday, the senior lllshop In no war Infringed them. If the owners think few days go at ltobinson' find no one who knew whether it waa true Payne, presiding. The llishop'a quadren- -' tawed off a otherwise, ttlsqulu legitimate aid right that mill. they should submit tho sani to the decision of In nial addres waa read by IHsliop McTyere. proper ana i Our farmer are about throjgh plant- abide thinuunai. A win rnrenuur join issueCourt decision In lbs Circuit result. A chicken thief atole from Mr. H, T. It I a rertew of the church work for four ing corn, but they till wctr their over can scarcelya be expected la less than three to flvi vears. and Bosl one In the tiupreine Court in inr Harria a hen and about, twenty chicken years pit, and a atateuient of the present Irss t.ins, you need not therefore expect to b coat occasionally. and took a letting of egg, that would condition and prospects, and gare cause made tmmeJlstely acquaints J with the anal Issue. Kev. J. 8 Taylor and Solomon Newell Ili courts are open w any on wishing to Ull- hare hatched In a few day, from under for gratitude. It ahow an inciease of 247 preached the funeral of Mr. II. P. Young traim bis iainls. lud the owners of thesd oatenta their action afslntt either I liberty to prosecut Itinerant ministers, and an increase of the hen. . at the.M. E. Church last Sunday. the ibSuuluctuifr and vender, orany seller or ussr; Thirteen thousbut having properly elected to proceed against m, u that he membership to 8C0.C87. Mil II. T. Harris. Inform Kev. John Itagnn, of Mackville, Ky., they ar .Ubarred Iroui action igilust auy of the laat haa a roung chichen, about a month old, and were added to the communion This concern Is undertood to made a (lying visit lo Highland, laat Sun- othersconcrned owner of inpart ol these b bemiuo the which ha four welldeloed wings, and year. The minion fund in four year day. Dr. II. Newell, of Pulaski county, pateuta by Ihe exchange ofolher pitentiol llttl There are cvsr 6,000 winga creased $411,433 value, and Is uow noiidlug the nswipspsrs of tbs is aa lirely aa a cricket. Two of the wa In our place this week. He report a country with nutices of the sult,accom panted with member In the Indian mission, 1,000 on are on the knee joint. ruinmeuts intended to make tho Impression thst ciso of mill pox ne.tr Pulaakl Station. It controls Ihe IIVIM, HIMlEII palsnls, the Mexican border, and the same number and it will Ui hassrdous to buy any other machine, JutxilNd from the rapid progrraviln In the Central Mexican Mission; the InCrab Orchard. Auy machine that reiutr tbUcsssof advertissad made by tho ladle of Stanford in crease In the Sunday-nchoo- l wa .',001,000 of our lonetiilence wa ill ing must be InThis need ol subUntlsl merits to The cause concern falls to Insert In tbesa h,him.nil It. the last two days, they are of the opinion pupils; the circulation of Sunday-schopaid dverllsenisnts for the beneatof purchasers of health and a scarcity ol news item. ... wm,. I isrm luscuiuer, iu.i for ... ..w that the cold weather orer, In which we literature ia 400,000 ISishnp Payno preOnly four doctor In town now, and the u. ,ii.rn,l.nt. in suits lnfrlnff inents of tha Tufrlnfeinent of Incervly hope ther are correct. a touching address of a personal price of coffin, nhrouds, Ac, I still going Miasii lliaviirkK intent, lorana sented lor inirmge-uetheUordon intents ol uiouers, of the Uishara patents on Mowsr. Why do character, reciting how he had been a up. On Tuesday and Wednesday morning, (la. ileus are looking badly and atill they not advertise the fact that all, or oearlv all preacher for forty-firTears and lllshop machines I hey hav put out of It Is ar subject d we had pretty heary frost, which, little beds" and thapatent lltigstlour And with the formula usually to and asking to be permitted have to bo "put in their for thirty-siInjuappended 10 lb notice of the Hinder lull. "It to hare done little, if any would be well for farmers lobe cautious In buying to retire from aclire service. The reading covered up every night. ry. The weather haa moderated linci and passed up lat week to MiCuruiIck ui.cblnrs. etc. A bridal party of thi created a profound impression. A. suc Klu.llr. 1 wiiu tosi). l wasnrsiio put It seeraa now a If Spring might aert it aa O.car cessful Twine Hinder !u tho harvest held. I nav great many visitor are in attendance, be Ilrodhead looklnir a happy made and am uiaklug tha best and most aurcestf ul prerogative. o we were told. Wilde' pet flower I have sold mora and am now sides delegate from all puts of the South. 1 win Kinder Dr. K. T. Stephenson ha fitted up a uiaklug (as I believe) more Twine uinocrs man Coi. Frank Wolvoiid, In a stirring any other concern lu the United States. I shall LAND. STOCK AND CROP. nice office on Lancaster street, and la now coullnue louisln and sell the brstbluder. I am speech at Columbia, last Monday, announcable auddlipused. and will warrant, defend and ed himself a a candidate fur Congress in Will A. Hail boudit of John (1 Lynn prepared to respond to the call of hi protect agslnst all advsrs clalmanta and coiners, in the fullest all past, present aud futurs purchasers or tbelxer-lu- g friend. Wo wUh him surces that, the 11th district. It ia aaid that he a No. 1 yoke of oxen for $130. Twins Inder. If the courts lu this csM.or la likely to have no opposition in hi own I have 1 bulls for sale, one two year sense of the ward. suy other. Bud ui guilty of Inlrlncement, I will bids by their dccUlou and respond to their Kgbert I still very low. MI Dr. party, and that he can easily cany the old and threo yearling. J. I Hruce. Wu. UcKaixo. lor terms and circulars, ran on or address Ky., district over any republican Garrett F.lkln boudit of Jamea Giv- L'va 1H1I, of London, i visiting her cousin, '. II. AI.HKHJUT.BiiDford. Kittle Hlg-giAgent for Lincoln County. en a lot of barren ewe, weighing 120 Ml. Claudia Carson. Ml SuiciUK. The corpse of Solomon Jackone of our piettlest young ladle, ia , pound, at 3) cents. Harrod-burgson, who committed auiclde at Mrv.KutoDuddorar A. T. Nunnelley nold to Monroe Smith at home from a recent visit to Danville. passed here Tuetduy for burial at Lancaster atrest, Mr. Maggie Blunder ha returned from 2 yoke of oxen for $185; 0 Ilrodhead. Jackson waa in very Indigent BTANFOllD, KV.. steer to Henrr Hruce for $189; 10 heifer Richmond. Tom Cinon and Jim Urook, circumstance, and Imagining that he could to of Cincinnati, were at home laat Sunday. 1. dill recelilnn new and beautiful Millinery James Morgan for $145. and evtrytblog ot not tupport hla wife and family, gave them There ia considerable excitement here foods ol every deacrlplloa who Intends bujlDg the John M. Hall sold to Thomas Wood styles and no UJj, a chance to shift fur thtuwlye. In her lln should fall to call on her. 12 yearling at $28; 100 dieen (wether, orer the death of Almira lligdus, a notice Price as low as the lowest. Hhe Is thankful for lamb and. awe) to Garrett Klkiu at 5 of which was In your last papr, but only past ravors aud hope for their continuance. g Mrs, Molli Myer hss chsrge ol th worst aide of the stury, of course, I at klllwlAlTpond'on M farm, bird el. cent; to 1). N. Prewitt 3 teer for $150 the dtpartuent, which Is all that Is necessary t so It lo say lu regard to IL doia'en'rIn thi country. HI evidently Ho bought of I). N. Prewitt a mare for way told Drat In such case a this; U but just to tell the other side, which U a IlltterijKaadlng bird, fuund mostly In $140. Mr. A. G. MoRoberU, of Dana, I ml., a follows: Aunt Myra was subject to NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. haa long leg and neck and, wa also prediKed to frou Uo,o'id of one wing to that of the write to Uncle Kd. Mcltoberl that he heart disease, and Committee for Bids will be received othe?, measure about four feet. It wing own a lut that had a litter of pup, which cramp colic, and on the day of her death bulldlug a lUptlst Churchbyat tha lluitenvlll. Ky., anduUll f featlier are of a lead color, and were killed and that she then took under she ate very heartily of new (volunteer) frutu the foundalioo up. Contractor lo furnish 1'laus and speclacatlona can very thlug himself. mornihoMttia.WVer the bade are dark purple her caro six young foxes, and ia now suck- potatoes, and had been wotking nil ii Thuiu dell's In llustonvllle. lllds In her Krden; after dinner1 hu wa owned 8iTUauar, Mar ISth. Has to be finished andiff.iTkoft. Thoaer Interested In orni- ling them and treating them in every way ing U.W.HIVVK, by September 1st, 1WL Cbalriuau, e!cd with violent cramping in the atom- thology " lll,B M"1 8t our ol,'lce' ' as II they were her own offspring. m Ilur I'aikth of I'tnnr A McAliater. Nice line ot lllr.l Crm at A. Owlj V Knrjit cf nrrl LlmJul rtlKl hj Mr Small, of Todd county, bought of old gelding Keuben C, Hrri a three-year- $105, Firry boxes Oowan A Hloner'n oapJut for $110, and a mare furM. Hibltr, report Pari. MJor 8. received at Hale A Nunnelley'. 150 to 200 cattle on the market at Paris. Mn. Uto. W. Cm it, of Waynesburg, haa Monday, demar.d limited, ulllng from 3 to lot four cattle for the recovery of which 4). Ilroke mules $80 to $140 per head he will pay a reward. Hut few horse on sale selling well, from . $2016 $80. Common plug good prices. young ladle of the College will Tiik consisting Combined horse at from $100 lo $105. glre an entertainment HpecnUtors In wheat are buying all of charade, recitation, Aa. they can In the field at from six to eight Mn. J. T. IlAnnia ha fresh fish for dollar per acre Htveral large crop have twice a week Wednesday and flitiirdar, been sold in thi county at $0 per acrr, while other crops have been told at $8 per ft hi meat and prorislon store. Gr.nuAN Millet W. H. HlgiJliuA nd Hungarian Heed at ile ach and suffered greatly until late In the evening when she seemed better, and some of her neighbor, who had come over, went away, supposing her out of danger and left no one with her but a little girl, who tale that Aunt Myra laid down on the bed and seemed to m asleep, but when she went to her after several minute the found that she wa dead, 'Squire Garnett, fearing there w foul pity In the matter, summoned a jury, but they have returned no verdict a yet. She wa burled on Sunday last, and another mystery I added to Crab Orchard' unenviable record. The person upon whom the suspicion rest ha alway been noted for her strict Integrity and many other good qualitle, and she say that If she wa able she would have a post mortem examination held yet and prove to the world that she wa Innotent. If she Is innocent, and tho'e who have known her best teem to think that the I, then wht a fearful thing It I to be compelled to live under thi suspicion. BRUCE, PENNY & DEaE3CV.aFtMu9k,OIS,I,S , naataa tw McALISTER Pharmaceutical Prrparatlona especially WARREN & CO. DItUGS, HOOKS, STATIONERY &FANCY ARTICLES. l'kyslelans' Prescriptions sceurately compounded, M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTANFOKI), KV., T Toll ft niul Fancy Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, l.lqttom, A-- Article, llontm, HtHtloncm, Tobncco unit danr, Wlnci, A'hunlcliniH Vrmrrlvtlann ami linr tdrtrriifcnf Preparation a Rprelaltv i US M containing (ho Intent anil OttUI 9DBUU TIiImXcw Mill, lk'lTt Clara-Helin- MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY For iHHiiufRCtmiiiR mciil mid Hour, Ih how lu full operation. Wo Hill grind Tor ciiHloincrH, Tor tliu present, oil Tiicmliiy, Wed ucHilHy, TIiurHtlH', Friday and Niiturdiiyofcaelt week, and on Courl-Dnyand nil other public dnyn. Wc hoIIcII a liberal Miarc or patronage mid will endeavor (o rItc entire KHtlsfuctioii. H Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c, Always on hand and for Rale. HlghcM caith price paid Tor Corn, Wheat, Ac. Order left at Mill promptly attended to. McAIjl.STJttlt & sai.t.ei:. $3l, E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a Pino Stook of Consisting of AND BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of forty-fou- J. trphn-malaria- CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS (.TRUNKS I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Best Goods in tho Markot.to bo sold at Bottom Fricos. Call and examine. CD - '' TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. &&C)f 0Q CD P 12, no hQ ?1 . Tft ft 25 E. K. CHKNAUI.T. JOS. SEVERANCE. D. II. EDMISTON. ra " SPRING t H erg ki. 3 y ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. o o p 10-- 3MIOI 10-- Til O SIM 0! I? a CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. IlaroJiiHt received direct from theEiiHtcrii cities (he most elfKitnt Htnck of "4741 m A. LETTER,. 1- Mi Ml 31 rW "S 1J mm cfcsO., iMs 41 Clothing, Boots, Shoesr HATS, Kvcr exhibited in this market. New and " ' . ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIEES, one-thi- re AI.SO- - w nt A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Including Nnn'a Yelllni:. Kcnrlclta Cloth, lluutlu, Tamlso lotli, aVc, and in fact a nice assort men tot bower-er,eemc- e x Dress Goods Hamburg of Every FlILIa LINES Description, Embroideries, India Trimmings, msu-date- s, EYRL ASTINQ TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKINO, Laces, Ladies' In TVccltweax?, &.O. ' ' FANS, PARASOLS. any-thi- WHITE cndlcMM 1 O-OOID- S Mtntua-makin- variety, and a HplcHdltl ansorttMcnt aVe. uulia hih, el Ihhh,' - o-- IfSpOt -- 03 ? NHiJUYM Wo have added to nur Hioek a nlco uhMorlment rCHrBetH,KHK, ' ifl Oil Cloth, MattlHKM. IVall Paper, At'. GENTS' NECKTIES, C0LLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH: ING GUUUS. CARPETS. tti iu.i Si-I- d (Honua k llo was knows of Kotart's ocenpatim tho time for.lWitOjUW possession "You can bet your life I do," ho STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, N, ! of their new until Claudia was Inker third children 'answered In low, passlonato tones. DEPOT ST .BTANFOtU), KY , fojnd it lorfeJy, mAitAjlibl bo separaIovo mo so telegram camo Hiwouncing that her "And do you really father had killod a mm. Col. Hen- ted. However, thoy wero constant dearly !" EAST AND SOUTX'SAST. ICY. B. I. dricks hastened to his son whom ho companions, andscarcelr a day passed "Well, I should gasp," was tho ntitmlK May 6, 1882 fonnd in prison and much distressed. wkko4 tbttV bcm tofttlmA A a pearly tear glistening in Friday Morning, ChssjLpulce & Ohio Menumenti, ihegnct or the parents was tome rrrwi(Wfiiium)iaBTWi j cmniwfi nearw George's oil eye. llradtloaee, thing pitiful to behold bearing a grow and expanded as tho years ad- "Then," said Lillian, twining hor Ac. Tablet!, t Kor the Iktxhoi Vltl.le Wotk wnon tinudta was in tier arms about his neck, "I will roost on proud and untarnished Bamv tho . vancoi. o( til klndt THAN FICTION. THVTH STANCE stroko was terrible, but InfluenM'awl sixth year a baby sister was born, your knees next Tuesday evening at h rally if"i-- l nl guar- lllrrrt KohIo nlthent CJismk; A Lit Shteh. wealth, with proper proof, brought all which filled her littlo heart with usual. Papa would nover forcivo mo Cars 11V AIiF.I.r. KAMAN, W and much Iovo Would havo been if I let a man who can talk liko that things right, leaving no stain os tho anteed llgninndeill. -"Miiii hei been poln"l with li '""" mT name yet, Robert was a changed lavished upon tho "tiny babo" had go out of tho family. Chicago STILL LEADS WITH THE roiutt nt. milnfuin 1th. man, llo returned to his ancestral not tho first caress imprinted uikjii ed on tppllrn- And the future ifljnlirae no prorata of lloweri, r Hrnlurky nl lluallniUa, Sltvatoo, Chtr- iion. My heart icareely anowt tht kind luniblne el roof mora cold and bitter than ever, tho soft cheek. becittiarsbly repulsed rth IoIImtiII, lllthuion.l, a ixl lh Shorinl, A curious thing about tho fish in Kor adverilty'! clouji ever Anita my hbtirt, with littlo Iovo for any thing, and by her father. Unkind coldness on UaltiMHOil laoal CkimlorUblt ltouU la tho Ycllowitono is related by General unklndneea, and when his baby girl, who had been every side, all tho loro of her natur"My heart hi! been crmhed by care." taught to love and watch for her un- ally affectionate nature trampled up Whipple. Uelow the falls tho trout lAM'IIIIUHU. IIA.NYIM.F, X OK FOLK And wounded aSecllon have waken'd my Irani for tablo use, but My'tpYrlt Ii broke n and tamed by known father's coming, saw hira litcaf on, at last smoldered and dried, leav- aro fine fellows nbovo tho tails tho fish aro wormy. It ray Mill bow'd down by thn angulitt of yean. And, and stern, fear crept fit that innocent ing her with feelings of nversiou for lit was evcnimr. tho sun sunk slow heart and was nover banished. Bne her father's family. From tho day is no trick at all for a fisherman to Virginia tc North Carolina Points. Iy to rest, throwing a golden halo o'er dune to her nana nnd mama as she of her sisters birth, Claudia became land three hundred trout in threo hours, provided bis arm doesn't dale; Imtuing uio carui in Jiad learned to prattle of her grand- "tho bono of contention. lull and Lvery I'uittun Coi(n Atticiiku, . tired and tho bait holds out; but floods of glorious beauty, and resting parents whose idol tho was; tho pot childish act,, every articlo of apparol, for a moment as if in quiot benedic- and plaything of her Uncles and every token of nflectidd bestowed upon tho fish aro unfit to uso after they AND SELL THE BEST tor tltkn. 01111 furtber Infoauitt'oa, rtl to tion on the brow of an infant, but a nothing less than an angel to mammy her was found fault with. Every havo been caught. No trout has evyournomt tltltt offitr, or JJim W.W. Monro. IMt. KirlhtuJ l'wrnr' A'l,Lti-Initoold who was nestled close to Lcttie, iu whoso arms we first found thing done by her grand parents was er been caught nbovo the fall that did few days BUGGY ON THE Ky. the bosom of a negro slave. Some her. Who of us Southerners have criticised and objected to until her not carry a worm somewhero about hours beforo it was clasped firmly to not so in o fjnd remembrance of our father's presence was unbearable by its scales. Tho General examined a FOR THE ). W.riHITII, II. W. FUI.I.KR, tltu-- l Mn(rr, " lltn'l I1.'f Ai'l, ..ii. rr m a dying mother's breast, whoso last black matsmies, who used to'deligW those who loved Claudia. Year by largo number of trout nnd every ono Khhmoiio, Vniiixu. p?wir wpum. nt i fulfilled, and tho examr.ATA i tho worm. request was being When inm "" flwintw" or nnitrmn ntMiinn, anq Iw our childish ears with weir wpersH- - year her torturing would havo been contained UUI iU It U rolulely rrruin Inbrlnoll kln.l.of wotnn ined it was found to bo in most cases t Iavo bearing tho motherless babo thro' tious theories of ghosts and gebbKss f increased by her father and stepmothmn in nnfitun tytiMit. amil nei hftiifentlrtf to ll cblldrrn will uk AND TESTIMONIALS OF the mutt lrlliinmrh. uiolm. Khltti itimil, a beautiful woodland, to tho homo of Reader, if you had no black mammy er, had not tlie exceeding Iovo of her about eight inches in length, and reCONDKNSKD TIME. It rthtllr llifr wl'l recommrn1 It to rTrry hmiilirvrvr who still watched you have loit n piece of white tnpo. This its grandparents; , sweet, tender link of grandparents so shielded her, making sembling a I'Ply II with n.l lkllrr rrn. huppr reptile, when freed from its bed in HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN betido all that was left ofnn idolized life's chain. fitcra, and Jorooi will tinron Iranlr Hrm tier littlo life so happy. tbr iratlliKlo or lh llllle Olin It It t mnly meat would wiggle and writhe as if daughter, praying that this wee babo Put unlit lilrKlil IntAk Often I now recall to my mind the twvounc Yll, UHlnrtit irihitrtttintr St VHO HAVE USED THEM ciiU. Trrl'tilr CIUITTKU FOURTH. cutferine from an attack of colic might be to them a solaco and comfort faithful old darkey, and sigh for those Mtnunurlaml t.jr C. t'HttOHt: ADOUl IMS lime UOI. lienuriCKS Smnn I h itk thu nnrmi lireril in the i CO. inthcir old age. As tho negro went innocent days when she sat with mo krv- l Yin hp a&rr, too Jfnlit HltrH, l.ulirUlr, Ku, ItAII.UOAl) LINK. carefully along her tears fell thick and on soma suuuy door step, or by a big and Mr. DeVeicn rwolved to place fish and then eat their way into tho ! la SUnlorJ by (or rHT A Mr.Ulitn. Miltinn nf tUon fi.l. ! nfthn while Heaven's blessing! were im log fire and told mo of the. wondrous their little mtk at sclfbol. this was a iImI, fast, TltAINH (lOININOKTIt. joyous pleare for the children, ns WOrms nnd float over tho falls, and plor'cd, and spiking to the little tluogi she had known in old ''Ver Mfn I, IKS.""" f.l Sun. I sleeper, between her sobs, gina' pr told fairy tales making rae they would pfrom bolnu each morn th0 gulls can be seen feeding upon log, riding behind tliSIr young broth them nraostnuy minuto in tho dny. Lo llkhiuonil shS'wouId say, "Poor baby poor lit- believe ' lioriinr III to I was the very queen of fairy; COLUMBUS OHIO. na lira i uuy ui eciiuui ' l.ltltiilon... tle girl your Tuuddcr is gono and land, with nil the kings doing roe; cr uuu uucio. 10 M RKKKRKNtrai 11 M The old Good Friday custom of ' lrb urchirJ " was entrerlvnd anxiously looked for you will neber know how pure and reverence. Uhl unsophisticated WBiiBfepHwt-BByoui UcxTLtuKP baft ' Minlonl child IVftlfl in , nmt- tvlmn If arritrrwl it tvntt Hogging an elhgy of Judas Iscanot Ilniwlr iMMxr I wigolif, lxn UloJIIoc, fur Ihl i .. u,u .. .. ibtton., rlr JO r.. hhclbr Cltr .V ....W good alio was; poor littlo mudderlcss hood, why does tho heart so cling tcrj with iaUghiocV m and rnnv cheek. was. after n lanae of two vcars. dulv t"it four yrtr....8o r.r i... tntiro IiantllU Juottloa I tl lamb, "how I wishes she could hab ,, ., T tjouint ihna ml I ,,, " Illrl..lnbur., iitliritllan toon wno n t IT ' '.'Itwo happy cbjlj, linunilml nut lo ceieuniieii in mu ijonuuii iiuckh un ciptct to iblo to wll grrtl tuiny inorolhli Is'i " iiianon sweet libed dat you might see her ' Ntw linen II ' wantier. tie Y'auuia I mount theirXsnes, nfter manv nram. April 7, by tho crows of three l'ortu wnon than any of lb yrtfluui run. Trmtlnf uui you will ! bit iBUllonlrnironintlr. I ni. faco and lubbed her ebry one tubbed grew id i Arr !lithou Junction... beauty; winsome gypsy-lik- o NlCHOLll llAKKI, UtfrjmiB. (Inclnnill Junction, V4 uueso and iMalteso vessels, lho ethcy not to.ri!n fast. her so, I hopes you be liko her, poor the miniature picture of the father Um b ,he loulatlllr.. ii,t;A so alike in disposition of tho traitor, hewn out of a block of Lofyitt,tnil. Tr- chile Neber mind honey, Granny who loved her so, little, aud who marr, Two Okxtlkuik: Wohtttii utlnr TKAIN8 tlQINU SOUTH. and personaLappearance so different timber, was carried by chosen mem your work In CUrko county for tooiDjirlllni Ilecdricks will be yer mudder now, ried ugain, muck to his parents'dts-- , twit lour to ouiwltM anil yrarl with andiSq will mammy Lcttio care for pleasure, a relative, who was Utile are seldom founds Mabel a fair, sun- - bers of the crews round the quarter cuitomrn. (bobntulUlacllon unlrrrully Uaill I, Tunl .i. tuu. Your bunlM lr Tin. T).. Mm I ia. ll'n I U.iuii 1. U.H.i. ny haired asWldj with mischievous deck and hanged from tho yardarm, knowloljeil by our ruitoiuor to tho Tty bless you." biVr-Go- tl I'M a u esteemed by the family; ono oLthw blue will b irrniltlcl lo l'- - loulitlllo. Mlllnlittiilokial prlrolnitctn Mbounht In lho country eyes, whJph seemed to laugh in and each man chanted his vitupera-spit- e fur tboComblnilloo Spring UaftT lipronuunrrj nLuIn blMklrd mtmbrnrliito Mntnct. Itimi MoniorS, rrtoTO Itopu And the little oae slept 'on unmind-fulCof- - cold, soulless" creatures whosaJVery! Your " IbKlcrick Dha likbrlfht uiiIiok-nfrf 20 " Claudio was tion as he lashed the figure with by nil to bo tho flocit. tonnt, in J mint rlJInj of lnot!with black mano and till, Ii 4 yrara oMr Arr OabUrtbard of bdwdf-whl- lo the great loss which had been look impresses Uilrg.ton '! buiCfty now In uo. Your llrowiicrtldo-bo- r wron lT, ono disagreeably. dark gypsyjllte 2 40 " her, .eyes soft and knotted ropes. Tho scourging over, Ii ccrliinly without I, by and the suu sank low- Claudia, from instinct, could nover its birth-right- ; Tkln( ollm nil iMlnrilMn Iralnlm auakMl Ilia II Mtry Lee. Ijncnler . . . lltil Arr. Itlcbmond. iM nnnot t (nip. Iluckilrn, ho by lur Mhldlrlon out of My that your 3SZ l er and lower beneath the horizon; and be induced to approach her stepmoth- dark, and when itrepose, woro a wist-- ! Judas wns cut down, thrown upon wo fttrlruy country for ttylc,buatlM ami In tho t'nlc HockilcnwantntlyirJ llf.l.n," flulih. the deck, spat upon, cursed, and olakca. tht ltonraiur tbairralSl IJjrr Youn truly, the night birds chanted their weird er. Jlowever, sho, seldom sawTihtim ful, melanchttly expression which went PALAOK 0AB8 PULLMAN ana ai a 2 yrarori won lot toodralo take, TkhkautA Hoik. fire, where ho Milken. thtfhanipagutHukii and Iht lays as the little one was boruo into its -- although living on ono of ColIIenl to the hcarUloth possessed violent kicked to the galley SprtncSclJ, Ohio. To Mewpbli, Little Hoc . Mobile, Montgomery, grandparents' home whero in years dricks' plantations they seldom went tempers wh4h aroused, but mischiov was burned into a charred mass, aud Okntlkwcx' 1 hara bail In llicry now for Hlakrt Out ofCo!.iuii.c by bylUr Mlddlelonht. aoa 0iv iirirana. Itudtrlck'a lit dim. Alary lialg, Kolibt ot ous. bricht fluid "itffectionato disnosi then hurled into tho water, after orrr two Tun. anj bar not liwit a lur Sir ra tleonte; ind, ltetiill. by Multlio, Inl, 1'rvl.lem by Kmlgranla InTeiii hate thelrcholcavf tworoutea: to come it would reign undisputed to tie Meiupblior tla New Utleina. Tliee raueb tho honee, nnd when they did, lions. A yoripasied-b- y, I'trtkeoou. by I'ert anleet Sin quicker aod which tho sailors went in procession to palra on tbem, anj Ibry look nearly ai jtoml af Kuclld, llh dim by their school latee lower than by any other But I must not anticipate. queen. Sorcerer, lh dim Thonuilna, new. HaT bad buntlca of Mitral olhrr manu- ill in Maritime, Claudia would crouch closely to Ijer, lifo had advrWefl,'t tho second month church. route. III. aiMlk- facturer, and And nont m nood at Ibt Colunibui liyTlmolky. "th dam Violet, (Oeldenlork'i dim) Two years previous to tho events mama byHhark, aihdim by rlypbon, tlh dam Uultk'a or papa's side and there remain of a third tor Buirgy Company'a bunlti ltnpMlfully, when rumors of the hi, just related, a largo and elegant com silent. rbirlotle, by lllank mill dim by Crib. Ilth dim QD10KE8T, OHEAPEBT AND BEST T. K. BiOiDKiW. iV statistician nested himself carlv Conycn, Urorgla. by Ilytr't IMnple; tlth iliu by Uelheira Caiu-wi- t; war betweerTlho North and the South , h ,r pany filled the grand old manor house jd h Hlhdiiuby Whynot, lllhdiu, lUral Mire. ltoula lo all pollila In MIhmuiI, Kanaai, Illlaolt, About tho timo of Robert's second made Cralg'a lit dam wti "Clitlrtnin" l.y WB.cfev, Indiana, Iowa, it uuMto trust the.r children Okxtlkiiis: Tlit bulcal bait bad of your Miry Dhu; Snd Imp Vandetioby Ibe tMnel In Only una c hinge Nebratla, OtloraSo. Arkaum of Col. Hendricks, to welcome nnd marriage, tho Grahams obtained posWm ml ,,uring manufacture nara alien ma tntlrt iillifirllon. to Cblcign, bt. Louli and lUtt. 1' 3rd Votffli.br lllacklork; lib b congratulate his second son, Itobert, session of the property left by Minnie alone on thuJfiighways., For further Information alwut ticket! to tbt the day. Ho jotted down every arti- They aro tht Imt Intro efer uaed for tht urae KnilinJ; Oierton; tlh Walnut: lib Kulert Stli Mb Mouth, Kiniai. i otorado.au i tM Igrint rattito amount or money. Yourelrulr. (to jib continued.) who had won the hand of a noble tolier cle eaten by tho monster iu twelve by Matben, 91b rropnlei by Itegului; (!, P. ATXIIHK, I'lorl la, add.-einfant, her lather also spending I. Ojllihp, Lit erjrain. 101b Jenny Mplnner by IVttuer, Ilth tlreyhound, rr Hon. Joplln, Mlaiourlf lien. Put and Ticket Agt laulttllle, Ky and lovely lady, whom his parents had a share, leaving the child, indeed, His Eloovenc hours, with the following result: Ono I3tb KonboniiU, daiu bf Clnmon't -- J llarb, 13th Or K. J. Anthony, Agt., rtanford. Ky. from childhood, and loved by solely dependent on known connected with tht l'Arcyla t'bnitnul Anblin, 14th W'hllt Slrlol. "Must I really- - go, Weetheart ?" third of a bale of hay, two bushels of GKHTLEHaa: I her grandfather, lath l.lli Uontagut Mirt. for flfU-and dealing nil who knew her. The families had who, "Yes," Slied liillian" McGu carrots, one bushel ot corn, 4.2 oran manufactureofwork doea ni Iu buggleimoat tirtory look nfee yeara. Your it is true, was able to bear so l. T. KL'NHK.M.. 'BLUE-QRA8always been warm friends; aud a light a burden, yet his iro was arous- placing her shapely whito'hand in his, ges, 1,002 cakes, and figs estimated work, but Ii tmoothty Onlibed In wood, Iron ROUTE " tainting and trimming Material utJ In tht -between them had not been un- ed in uuion sympathy for the helpless babe, and lookiuiti'ihto his' face with a ten nt thirty pounds. He drank fourteen Columbui Iluggy IViinpanr'a hufglea baa ptored to expected. Yet, when Col. and Mrs. and friendship between the families dcr earnestness that showed the true pails of water, about moro be of tho Uat. They run lUbl. K'eryontln thlt county who hao bought your buggleeart R. Hendricks learned that Itobert had was forever at an end. Hrilllov il make the Tim Tottio-i- i womanliness. of her nature; "it is bet- being lost, and ho rejected nuts aud well pleuetl, tney gut ma bratotaalliucilon. rrientiea,n it Jatiea Iirye'a iliblt 2 mltea ouralrnlr. won Minnie Graham, they were sad, Col. Hendricks was one of those ter, far betfefbrbotlf b;us that wo candies of almost every description K. E. WiTT. from llnilonillleonlheMlddleburg road at IU Wlncbrater, Ills. telling their favorite Minnie of Rob- just, unflinching men, whose wrath, should part forever," but as she spoke peppermint appearing to dnpleaso SOto lail'an a MaaalN loal, uouey due when 110UTE T- tT1IK M(WT or mire pitted wlin. Mm the firt Ii ert's fiery, impetuous naturo, bade her when once aroused, was hard to ap tho hot tcarsWf up into him immensely. An nttempt to get Waterloo Ii reliineu on rout nil money ii paia S iraia old. black. 17 bindi high, ofinlendld ml reflect, lest she should find her marri- pease. Thus Claudia knew littlo of her beautiful rbrown eyeaj-thos-e eyes him to take a paper of chewing and action, and it well bred ai any born In lb Sealer for Lincoln and Qarrard Oos. ed life unpleasant. land lie la by Kichclleu. ht by Mainbrlno Chief, failure. father or relatives on her mother's that had witched with their bright lie ny iiunrino i ayuiatier ue oy Mamnriuo. no However, he had been an affec- side, but sho was taught respect for glances and ureatnr tenderuejs so ma by Imp. Meeaeoger; III dun Helen Mir, by hay -- TI1K ONLY LINK KUtNINtl- DfotreM aftrr catine, llie reiult of Indi . v5.i McMenger; bo by Uarplnui; bo by llaubtetonlm. i. -- i ..- tionate husband, and Minnie a loving all. And she was left, lovingly pro- r.. Ke",ion. wi" " lo"Rer if ntby nap. Al 7uiiii lieu nip; ue bl "PoncedlUg- - Bay Stallion, right bind loot and near front fuot non Whin: Mriiengrr.jiiaciourua nniw, ny tan wife. The birth of her infant so shat- tected and ne vy surrounded by bappines. Lillian a heaUlwaK, powed upon George half uLleaiwonfnl of Simmon Ltver Imported ..IW MAW. .b uer. tered her health that she pined day by '. nt NJ . biraifSonYtshouIder in au ecstacy ulator I taken after each rucil. Jt it audi while: Ki't handt blejlt. fualrd In 117a; bred by od.Srddiu Whipthorouili-bret Meiieaeer'tdini mire by lmfoiti-4- l Cbaa. Dunu. Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky I of griet. CHAriER THHID. . day andldied, leaving her baby girl to waa out of a full. Iiiomeile. n pood iHKeater, and so. mild and pleaaanl .liar Sired by Mraocngtr Chief, the aire or Marirl, blond.d MeMenger mart, and bv Imp Uocklogham. -- IIKTWEUN) Ono evening late in the month of gait record 1 2S; iliul M laengcr, the sole guardianship of horhusDacd's r "Couldn't you putn limit in It tflecto, lliat it is need tj many after old; UenaC.,.2ugaltatSiean; Matllt atMcD.yeara Itlchclleu It tbt niuii faihlonably bre.1 Iruttlng dearly meal to eniiiro gixxt ilijention. hortt America and winner ot more parents; asking them to keep her al- August, Mrs. Hendricks sat on ono on your blllj darling? asked the h gilt at yean; Abrl AIlallab,Z JOgalt at 4 yean; puneaInthin auy buraeln Kentucky, atireidlumi and few of which iloca not yeara old, and other itnil Cliiolilillttl. Tox Mare,"t.ltgaltat ways should Robert marry again. of the rustic benches of the lawn, en youug man.bending gently over the The Kgulntor purely lisujMle or irritate good onea. are follow. AI Islington, Ky , flnt premium Xwuxluuluii thettnniich, veUble, and can (.'Met' I'rbint. Ohio, MaubrliHi Call Iter Claudia, Mama Hendricks, 1 gaged iu Bomo light work, and her littlo head t&at wn3 pillowed so trust- - be taken in nny condition of the ayatem, lit dim by Scnllntf, record t.iiJi, and the lire oeer tbegetof and iweeintikei, Urbana, IMI, all I Nil. ail w itk Von Arnlw. It), havo always intended it should be so.leyes wandering ever and anon to inclv iust under Ins left "dor: "I cer. nnd, unlike any other known medicine, of Commodore N. record Kllaon recently bought work and iwerpttakri; VrUna, lutt, II nl premium TIMKTAIlLi; IN W. by for 110,000; An- - for taateil trotting italllon, S.'i0; alio KKHXT MAItCII II, llili- -i i ant prrniluu t A., zia; loung nentinri, anu now iimi i am su guuu iu muve Claudia, sporting merrily with a large taiuly oughtMo lmyensgood a chance! "hen lt e - licontlnued,thejtem la nrltt, Hl.lney. Vlrandlerr, 2. ; wllanon. i.tlV,: CaiwuL l.UtVi. frill work italllou. IM7, Ort premium (jrf.tt-et- t trotting abu Snt premium br all doe, calling often, as a tihinaman. her, let me feel she is yours, even in JNewiouudlancl ' (I ran J Cenllnel. t ); benllnel, (I'ato'i) .J 7.J0 am 2.11 pm al- -i all bnllnel It full brother to Volunteer, tbat tliu.lt wo k, Urbant, flrit premium for tea miwork, Ohlt Lre. Uilngton . "Mama, watch Dpn nndme. " Mayirilla. name. StiS an. ItMttpm premium dr a illeer rice; A low muaif ofpain'and a convulat S500 thoicaaoo; and li tbt lire of bt Jullin, Bute K.lr, fiitl pirmluiuofSMforall work, and " Piria. a a KS pm Tho mother's heart 'was'fulPw make Robert Iovo her for ray Tryjto 1:10 sive shake ofHie.liple head was the Daugiiters, Wives, MollBrs! reeord, Zll, andollMothtit with " Cynlhlina .... I.M a m IMt p at lMllngl7konea ol all egea aweerwlikeaof lltO, or better. " ItHCO a m 4 44 p m derness, aud gratelUl"Iove?beaSd b' only resiwnse- sake.lhejis so'young to be a father 2d dam by Alrtander'e AUIallab, tba lira of and breedt, Urbana, ItM, illrer citlor ind itlrer Arr. lalmoulb IllttS a an a 30 p ta Unclnnitl. pitcher, litiana, IM.iwerpttakea pienilnm and iioidiniuu Maid, record ill; uotaiimi, r.nyt, puiwofDOfor (atteil Iruitlng tul'lon, Mainllle, scarce one RB1 twenty. I know ho her 'fcyesnssfto called the'littte Sbotto. jjui ueorgq,wa'nor,.io ue ueaiea so I Thorndilt,2.n, Major . Klaall, 7T); Ht. Klmo, puro i "t t i al lor Mini ironing itauion mi 1 in alx Leart Lexington ta 4.3A p. in tnd arrlft at Mari- will soon cease to grieve for me, but iiurmue, iinpruuiuga nuiy iniss ujiun 'ISO. Aleiandcr't Allillah by Ityidyb'i Hani- sily. "CanTiiatrha,'vo ono hope?" Krea l'arkr Car Iraret f lilt K.I! p. blelonlan, the gran I alra of Maud 8., record MuVi. purto fur bcit 3 In S, Ohio Stale fair, 17, priml Leilngton at 2 IS p. nt and leaf ea let him not force t my little Claudia. those pure lips; telling her, what a he Baid. "oue'little nickel-nlated- . ililllon and flit colli. Time ten eSK. Orange umof SIM for and the lire of legler.2 I7'(; Nettle, llnclnnall at 2 p. ru. by llrlm't 2 30 tu wigon. Waterloo'adeui tilrl, Sriu; Jaaelbe,z.j; Jay (ioubl, J.ili, and J Then calling him to her side sho put ray of auushiuo sho had been to her cent hope ?" Welilger'a JleUbaiiar, iud dam by otheri with record, of J; Jo or better. Iht wan. wasted arms about lm neck. old aire, aud what sho should ever be. Cloat connection made InClnclnnatt for all lala I Lillian lifted her .head and looked Sd dam by lied Jacket, bt by (omel, and ha by Kouutli 3rd dam Ibo nte.1 roan m n owned by Nortb.Kait and Weil. Sirclil ratea lo Cmlgriuli. Eberuian Korgaa. Ited Jaeket'a Sani waa ilred by Jot Helm and afterward! by N. T. and pointing to the sleeping infant, building many bright "castles in tho at him steadily. "Perhaps," she said. Atk the Agent at the plicee for a a ball brother to Illack Hawk. At tlieuiuenltce we will alto Hand nur Ine the "Ulue (I rut Kontt." Uouud- I shosaid. you will soon forget mo, Rob- nir" for tho future. Her attention in cold, iialtin 8. iiay tones, "you tlh dim an extra road nure, brought Iroiu the jNnr'bby W.L. Vance, Mercer couoty, Ky.. and Jick.tlakKMmiLUbyat MlgaU't old a(line, fbt ,' trlptlckrU from Mayivllle anj Lexington lo tin. ertjf aud I don't want you to grieve too was attracted by the noise ot a large would dron if a house, fell on you, but ' laid to bo mare In tlnoill told at reduced ratrt. of Mreieogcr blood, Meiwuger Cblef well known mule Jack", nanII lo future due and retained aa alne. lilt lorritetou bouarbuld good! and Mntern tick waa aired br AbdalUb I'llot. tht alrt ol ritard. luai. much, but so long as our baby lives, lumbering wagon, followed by a trav I begin to'doutt itlr Know then, i CIIA3. A. IIAnLhTT, record cf JtSO, trial anldaiu waahy Caldwell'! Marlngo Mimmoth. ' tta, adJreet HedJlm, imKulgratloo Agt., Covington, Ky. Iovo her and I will bIo33 you from ray eling carriage, which stopped at the since you wiU have it, that under no In i.ii M . H. A M. T. HUNftKI.I. C I. UIUIWN. O.r.AT A. lit dam by Maubrlno Mrtaenger, the grand alrt April. 1MJ. home in tho skies. A few moro part- gate. A trail, delicate lady alighted circumstances cauiever accept youn ' ofecotl'iThouiai, record 2.31, and tbrrlrt ofLo- ing words, a kiss on those baby lips, and camo runuiuir toward them with proifered zi;;. love, tor I- - am a packer's 2d data by Maiutirliio Cbler, theiliaol lady outstretched arms, in wliorm "Jra. daughter, nndfalUwas over. and nacEers' daughters Tborne, record2 !!,'; Woodford Manilrluo,2-3l(- ; Co. & t. .M nScf Ilnml.inUa vniHij.fil.fu1 Uttl fJfi Mambrlno I'llot, 2.27; Kirkneit, 2.27; Mnubrl- tiCn..? lAVt.Uf,llO.D ICVllUUlflffJU Aiff" 1UVUUIU OlO come high" Jbis with a haughty ex uo mar, cay iienry, urignona, tcr. They wero soon clasped in each pression mat jower case type cannot CHAl. SECOND. UTICA. N.Y., TIJtK T.tlll.K, Srddaut by Imp. Ni,liin, known aa tbt fox Dlacoreror of DU. MAUOllISrB tears happy convey. Col. Hendricks was an Influential others arms, while -- bunting hone of Kngland ttV lSFVlSCT MAHCII 1. 1NH3. Southern planter; by hi. energy, in- tears, cjursed themselves down their tth dam by Temivit: George W. Simpson saw at once UTERINE OATIIOLICOX, Silt dam by Tiger Whip; POSITIVE HR dustry, and thorough business quali- cheeks, Claudia stood iu awe, look- that this proud beauty had been ma- A TbU remedy CURE act In rEMMECOMPUIIITt. 6tb dam by Daruaby'a lilomede, berroony with tlio will CINCINNATI HOUTHKUN HAILWAY DIVISION. 7lli dim by Cannon'a Whip; ing first at tho party at the gate, then king a plaything of his love. The ties he had accumulated n largo all timet, and alio immediately Btb dim bybhip'a rarigtii. axauvrwaau. upon tlit abdominal and marine niaaelei. and Hieao ixiwiWAnu. rioiu His home was one of beauty; at the sisters. At last she could revelation was a terrible one, but be Abdallah I'llot wmlred by Alexauder't Abdal. STATIONtJ. Oncn'tl and itrong condition. Ihtm to a lab. Day F.x.1 Aom. iMghtllx uitlet NlghtKx Accom. Day Ex. I)r. Jtirrlnrl a I'terlno Cathollcon will core fall the"grouuds were laid oil iu artistic staud jt uo longer, and burst out with! bore it bravely'. lit dam Dlandlnt by Mambrlno tblcf, I.ncorrhira, Cliroulo loflamma-lio- n tba 2nd dint tht nirch skill, large forest trees spreadiug their a sob,, "Oh Mama, what is the mat'Vprv wnll." ha safd., in r lmskv. Inofand wnmh,iilcn of ilia Womb, Incidental 7 W a ro 10 25a n. IJOpui Arr. SSOaua 400pm liliiui . .. lb r tloodlnir ralnfol, Siippreiued lot, (dam ofltoiillnd,ware, by Parker'a Drown 11.r II U " 6 4H " 1)11 " Lvt. Uuclurntl.. rf 2.2I,). Mambrlno Nnaen-er87 7 SI " 111 " . Let. " Ueorgetown Ilcmorrhics IU " verdant branches o'er the lawn, dotted ter?" Mrs. Hendricks, laying her haven't-had-- a tones wai ilred by 7 . " act Irregular Miut-- i atiuu, Kldniy Cnuiplilnt, Mambrluu Chief. Membrluo 1'aymaiter, tbt lira ol 1140 " 720 " 1U1S ' 131 " Islington III " 7 7 Dim by Van " l erixclatly adajitnl with numerous flower beds, filled with hand on tho little girls head, saying: "You have .stamped, with tho iron IU " tbat'bance 2M " l2U7im.747 ' 1040 ' ' NIclioT.ivllIe tiU for paniihlet fr. e. to All Mtirt of of Life, Meaienger. lit It half brotbor to Kantaller'a (Iray 1221 (lollab and lola, l Inquiry 32S " li " ' lllghllrldga.. 112 " If 01 " ll. IU and uiiny ot Iht flrit trottera. Iola waa regarded rare exotics, which sent their sweetest "Jiattie, this is my little daughter, heel of scorn upon the tender violet rien--elf iniwered. Addr-i- a almre. " fi lui . HicruJ.burg Junction trotting her day aioutol tba 0.1 am 0 to " 30 " II 2J ii in " Diutllle.. III F'K MI.U rIIY AI.I.KIM (iRITX. fur In Mambrlno rariuitlcr belt aired br inarrallf Ing.- 101 ,145 breath to regale and vivify, while the of whom I havo so often .written. I of my budding lovcf, but eomo day, rvwaa Hl.fjO old Mainbrll" euro and ails Initio " 110 2M " 3 30 " 117 " ' I13S ' JuncllonClly III no, and be by Imp Meaienger. ' rv odefiferous perfume of tho magnolia will leavo you to mako friends while I wheti your phildren--littl- e Dr Mar b ittio cot. TaktUfiotber " ., IV! am " IM 113 2 40 " .. wiusorao .. Koiuerwl....... im " 117 " I3tr2 " llurntldt IU 111 " III " and jeesamiue was wafted on almost welcoiuo the other dear ones. brats, with sunny smiles and au assort, . ... .. " bdgiuoor.. 2il ...- CIiIIIhiiiiiI Fe- MESSENGER P1UXCE ! Mrs. De Veigu took tho littlo one ment of coIidT'hat will keep you up 203 Mrjem " every breeze. His doois always on-e7M 520am ' llockwood SSIpm.M . 711 " ver. t Spring City 3 6! " SOI " IU tii " .....M.... Sliuiuoni UrcrKnj-ulatto the unfortunate, and many a iu her arms, kissed and carres.ed her, threo nights every week are climb Bay Stallion, no white; foaled in IS79: bieJ by toon breaki tba -- Le SM V " Arr. Cbittinoogt 7U), " 1030 " Uncoln 100 " v poor soui couiu oe nearu pronouncing telliug her who sho was, and said, "I ing upon your knee Until you are in tbillaand cirrlca the Cbaa. Dunn. Stanford,Chief. county, ky. TX9&&&jT Hired by Meueoger Iitercul of lha iji-trALAIIAMA (II1KA blessings upon his gentle wife who havo brought a "wco ono" almost your danger of becoming knee sprung, you HiiUTIIKIlN D1VI4IUN. lit dim by Alcalde, ilrt wbrn Lnlgiua, 2:t; V'a cy Day, of llylai, record, 3i2IKi It cnrei ( baltamioga 2.30. 3U SOOpm Arr. was a, Judy of rare personal attrac- own ago to be your friend and com- will perhaps remember, with a tingo i i3 a iu f.Ve lUilng all other reinedlctlill. 2d dam by 1'orelgnert set Lva Farm.... tions, and tho kindness which beamed panion, and I waut you to love each of sadness in tho recollection, how 3rd dam Itoie Mary, by Imp, Sovereign; m "i'l'oT"" Attalla .... IJSNplu fttck llontl-aelitill dam by Iuim. Levlatbau; 471 1133am a oi lllrmlngbaiu ... from her brilliant oyes spoke tho pu- other very dearly. This transpired you toyed with tho Iovo ot a loyal, ' Oth dim Juliet by Koeclutu, 07 3J1 fi TuKalooia S b dim lllauk br blr Arcbr: rity of soul within. Six sons had in less time than it takes to write it, trusting, I'utaw M Tor Ibo relief and Cook county heart, nnd Bill 7lli dam by Imp. 1'ircbe, by blr I'etir Telle; Llvliigtlou curt of thii dlitrtailng ailliclluii, take bliuuioua blessed their union; young men of nnd thero wero happy hearts at Forest threw forover qver a youug and hap- Co.1 S'hdiui byllabby Bordeaux; YoiL "JT"" ... 030 stb dim bperanaaa, own litter lo Saltruui, by Lva 10(10 gentlemanly demeanor, nnd each fol- Glenn, that night. The sisters, who nr life tho black nail of a disnpiioint-- 1 urcr iit(uiator. Arr Mrldlio... ...... Cllpao lowed in their fathers footsteps, as had uot seen each other for years, had ed hopo and crushed ambition. 1 havo 10th dam by Vlngo, by Snap; YlCKHIIUIHl AND MhltllllAN DIVISION. Tba Ilegulator will x.lilr,lr turetbli terrliile dam by Illaik and all Illack by 10 20 p ui Tte. Meridian .... ...Arr. M rSSJam .TT. planter. Itobert was tho only ono many a heart secret to relate, Col. seen the roses ot ray love wittier aud dlieatt Weaaierteiupbatlcally what wt know to Ilth dint Mlu blumerkln, by youug Crab; Clue; 12th b true. True . cat U Let. .. " Newlou ............. lllb dam by Lord Oxford, Dun Arabian; who had married. Handsome in per tlendncks and Mr. JJeVergn had am was to away uiitil thoy lio shriveled ,... ou IIMplu ...... " " Foreal 3 IS a iu COXSTIlM'l'IO.V d Hoyal Ilth dim by Dr. Arcby'a ,. " .... 71 4 41 llraudou. ti bon, but of a hot, violent temper, his mated conversations on the topics of and blighted by tho dusty roadside of Should uot bo regarded ai a timing ailment. mire; " 7; ..... -- .. -- ... IM ' Jac,keon... SH " of tht tbt utuioil Foreigner wmlred by Imp. (Ilcnod. " 733 ' Clinton .... often had occasion to reruon- - the day, while tho younger members life, and you can bet that I feel pret- 'Iberrftira anlit nature byregularityfliuuionibuweli. parents 1.1 nr taking iiuuaiu, uorrioa. waa a una rata uiaro at an -. -.. 7si I.. -. rlardt. t?' dlitancei. For her perforiuancct lea Tuif llrgliter. strate with him and gavo him many a spent the time merrily iu their own ty tough about it. I have seen my lUgulalor. It ii ItarmleM, lullJ and eitrclutl. gw-S S'J " I.te.t 770 Arr VIck burg tired br MaiubrluoCblel. it IMI.IiS. long, loving oounsel respecting too way beautiful aud stately Ship of Hope, VICKdllUKIl, bllllliVfil'ilUT AND PACIFIC DIVISION lit dim by I'lloi, Jr , the lira of John Morgan, Itellrl Tnkty, JIM; The DoVcicn'a had raado their with its tall, shapely masts aud tower- uay w in111! band lortbiiaa who tulfcr day after mvrd, 'irSI; I' lot Temple. 2:2I4, 2.26); tleneral same. T7vt. Vltkiburg iTTHu 770 2 40 p m Arr. i'iie, iinaieureu nunuroui, auj win tamer, z.m, uueenoi tut weii. I til ia;... t.ve 140 III) pm ' Tallulan It .has often been said "a woman homo Iu Missouri, uutil the cold Hlierinan, 2 W,; and Ibt grand lire oi Maud H, ing wings oljiUowy cativus, that sailed euro yon. 781 ' zrzv; voiiairc,z:!r retoru z.ivk, aiamnrtno unt. rM.lI.AHIA. Delhi Hi! breeze bocamo too much for the away so buoyantly aud bravely over cither makes man a saint or a demon;" . Ltt-- I Arr. Monroe 133 am I., 6M -- . I'ero way arotj all attaeka by ocrnlonaUy rkilan.l, t:iM llylai, 2:21k, llllly llotVInt, ail and thus with Robert. Uo had spent dolicato constitution of Sirs. tho shimmering sea uot many months taking a dtw ol tljitttoua Liter IteguUror to ktt 2.2.: Illickl'llol.'J.W. Whip. 3d dim by Illack l.urn'i Jtlll.-- M'ITT, Viet rreildentandden'l Mamger, Cluelnnill.O. actlnn. two years of wedded bliss. For and they, disposing of every ago, come back to mo a shapeless IbaUrerln liriltln The abort horaet will roaka Ibt tratou of I US 2 at Cbaa Dunu'a, IV, uillia from bliufoid, on 1JA1 UICIMTII K.I Wilton (len Fata. Agt Clu. Bou lie , Cincinnati, t) II Cullbnu, den Tiaa. Agt Ala. Ot. months after bis wile's death ho was thing, returned South, trusting a re- wreck the taperiug spars that wero II.. lliuoona. Tenn . I llardr. (len. l'aia. Aet. V A kl.lt. IL. Vlckabure. Mlu i Joa. V. dlionjere.1 Htouiuli, cau "ltuib llraufh rUt,"ona milt from Hlanrord and , restless, miserable and turn to her owu sunny clime would so wbilo and clean now jagged aud (lelirrallyiiUIn; from a pike, and S uillva fromblanford It oorrooleil by liklug Mniuioua Liter llegulalor. Incaater pile, AbdalltbMetMKgerat M to aud Mcdulrt.fl Fata. Agt. V , 8 A V K. It. Mooroe, La. lianvllla aud regardless ot tho entreaties ol his restore tho wifo and mother. Air. broken, and to thorn cliuging the dark a luira In loil. Meeaeoger l'rluie at IIS lo frietids, ho left his parental roof to DoVeign had an interesting family of Money 8Iiuuieui Liter Itegulator aum tiradlcaira Ibla future a luarelu foal. Addreu dut ai aoouaa tbt seaweetis, wuuuoi inn sans mm rivulfact It llierlilue.1. seek forgetfulness in Tuscumbla, Ala, six children, who had grown up to et! tho cloud3 in ileeey purity thero dlaean Iroiu Iboiileui, leatlng Ibtiklu ilcarmd . DUNN, fietlroui alt liuiiurtliea btiutord, Lincoln county, ky. lie cared little for his motherless bo lovely ladies and gentlemen Vic- remain only blackened shreds that CULIO. uaugiiier, seeming to attribute ins tor, a lad of some thirteen summer's. Han dismally in the moauing wind, Chlldreu luHerlng with colic kkiu tiperleuco RINGS DRUGS AND GROCERIES. wheti aliumoui I4jer J.egufator U aJuilQlttir grief to her, showing her little or uo tiud Mabel, a toddlim: irirl about whoso ,vpic Beoma to, sound tlm .re fvvviJJK'lVaiTlji-X A dfl'fve moat hoia lb la ed, Adult! tenderness, aud relinquished her en- the tame age of Claudia Hendricks. quft-It la not unpleauul; tl It IwruiKti aud tuwllclut. i4.(1euofjUiy fUad Ou and after Aran. I, IM';, 1 Moputetotollouly Ju1 cltcillie. 1'urely rrgetable. door. If our tirely to his parents, who lavished the Mr. DaVeign was not loug In purjK! fS 4i j T To overy for caib or country produit JS'jC? My atock ol Drugi ritxt'iove. x mv got mo uosi wroqn, v. v razv c w and Orocerleali lull aud couMett, aud marked CAUTION. wealth of two foud hearts upon tho chasing a ixtuiitiful residence, while aud don't SEEDS are sold In yout forgot It." figure!, cxinteo.uenlly 1 you Kacarelul tbat you got the geiiulu bliuuiuua down to Ibt lowtit caib tbiui, autb weo one so fondly entrusted to them his wife improved daily in health. Tho Lillian lowkod.Hdiltiiytcidily for a IJier itegulator In our tugrarrd Wbllu Wrapiwr, mutt bava Hit luuuey foraucb aa orlumber,atllclea o Postal Card for limber, product ai I can baudlt, ,.TO. vit'-CVst. with red by'dealh. Ift'jnacu little girls became tirm friends, and a moment. 'jJYnjif mim these words broken. , Irade.Mark, blanipaiidSlgnaturo un- Uvea and all Ibauroductioflbtfarui aud dairy, mv 1784, Handsome Catalogue Ac. Ao. (Ilva niaarall. Days camo aud went; weeks rolled love sprang up iu thuso young hearts, you have 'nokon, "Georgo?" II, 7.i:tl,IN A J. II. N. HOOD, Addross D. LANDRETH It SONS, Philadelphia. SU Jmoi by, mouths passed into years, aud lit- - charming in its Hbelby Clly, Ky. Hold by all Drugglila. When l'Hii.inu.riiii nI yar'a Wbni4 9TAJSTTOED, ro-pl- MIRlffl tKK MMMMfMM KENTUOKY'S ROUTE TO Joi-HA- fl Tri-bnn- GlMYi M ESTBW IntTHEWORlD. GLOBE MONEY. tjrMn rnw nniiir R.R., Mill--Ml- tr '- - . bo-co- n, CnffevERiiE ?h,,.rir'" Mft-iy111 I WflwWUL ' 4 - rt IbMDMbblb. hit Miuunmn nnino iu icMi:itfCK imv ...,. y"? ut ' tf iii ' 1 V'IhiiHb 1 , fiT-ta- im. bt c- , " lttn durt-blllt- y. (Win-iwro- IM-t- j llol-erl- tk 8 W-A-TEXjOO! one-thir- LB. paiu-well- .Tr Abdallah Mcssongor! CINCINNATI! 9i d FREE PARLOR OARS ten-yea- 1 -- .,.. .- rn,i. !), ti eweej-tak- ce ....... S- ; T' lil j ! above-nam- - fmMifmfh 1 MM" i - I win-k- i. .ii DR. J. B. MARCH1SI, i.;,, i:i Cincinnati, Now Orleans Tesas Pacific R. 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