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Victor Hugn on Immortality. igealiall proceed to make an order in er or cutoliti, wllli the Intent nrrfTenl to injure or deface the aame, or to vex, Injure which ahall draciiba each animal, directing I feci in mjfclf tho future life I n, nivaaa. w. ariNDLC or annoy the owner or tontroler thereof, or the marahal niatid city to aell the aame to nmlikoa forest which has lioen mora T. fil'INDLK & OtVBUB, ahall enter Into the enclosed land or preni. the hlgheat bidder, aeparalely or In lota a thin onco cut down. The now ihoolo W. P. WALTON, . Editor and Proprietor. lata of another without permiadon of the the marahal think beat, for caali in hand. ATTOUNKkH AT ia.-v- . owner or tenant In iKwaenaton, and leave After deducting the coal and charge of nro itrongor nnd livelier than ever. I Raamt SAC, Krana Ttlof k, for. 6th A Com t Place, ThoLARGEST STOOKof WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY T. H. WALTON, Butint it Manager. oien any gale or door, or leave down any the proceedlnga, the remainder of the pro- am rising, I know, tDwnrd tho tkv. MJUISVILtK, KY, bar or bira belonging to anr incloure; or ceed of aurh aale ahall be by him paid to Tho sunshine is on my head. Tho Prattle In all thaCourti, Collection, promptHir,vi:invAiti: ly made. aold If he can be ahall enter into any orchard or garden and the owner of the WALLACE RVAKWOW. Ever bronght to this market. SunscKinioN, $2.50 Pkr Annum. take and carry away any fruit or vegetable found; If not, the animal ahall pay over earth gives mo its generous cop, but T. W. VARNON. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Olocks and marahal T. W.& W. B. VA1WON, without the content of the uwner ahall be the realdue to the city trenatirer, and fhall Heaven limits mo with tho rellection Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, fined not lea than (en nor more than fifty make a detailed report of aald aale with of unknown worlds. You nay tho AiyroJiNjavr-- a a'j," x,a.w. AND STANFORD, ORDINANCES KY. Ot THE CITT dollar for each offenae, the coat thereof, and the amount paid to soul is nothing hut tho resultant of OF STANFORD. Hrc 18 Any peraon who ahall within the the treaaurer In hi next regular rrport lo bodily powers. Why. then, is my Ofllca In Owiley A Hon'a new liulldlni-- up atalrf. of aald city, be guilty of fighting the city council. The owner nr claimant soul tho more luminous when my bod limit il Orikinril ty Iht Vity Onntil if lit U.O. KAUPFUAN, That from and aftr tlie ISlh dar of chicken or doga, or of canning chicken or of nny animal aold aa herein provided, ily powers begin to fail. Winter is IA.AV, ArX"X'01lNIl Mar, 1882. (Ik following Bwtion aliall dog (0 fight, or ahall furnlah any chicken may, within alx month after the report of on my head and eternal spring is on LAHCA6TKR, KY. or dog to be ned in a chlclien or dog the marahal, and not thereafier,make aclalm , Rule an J County Attorney. Will conitltiile tlie Onllnancr, then 1 breathe, at this Mailer 0niinlnlniir praetlrelo all the Courli of (JinarJ anj aJJolnlni nil ItfBulnllonn lor the Kovernment of (lie fight, or ahall b iireaent nt, or lake any before the city council for nch atlrplu ao my heart, 3FtoDEa:-A.3r- T part in canting chicken or dog to fight, paid the treaaurer. The ludge and iilnrahal hour, tho f raeranco as at twenty years. conatieaanilMn tka Court of Appeal. and all ordinance, city of Stanford, and regulation nf aaul city, hall be fined not leaa than five nor more hall be allowed the iiim of one dollar The nearer I approach tho end tho rulea TUOMA8I'.UILfc,Jn., each to be paid out of the proceed of the aliall Lecome repealed when tlie following than twenty dollar for each offeme. A'X'TOIINJUV AT TAAV, TaU,tti,0fp)itjnlt7 of thanking hla patrona In StanfjrJ an.l Ticlnll for their liberal aupporl, and Six;. 10. Any twraon wjio ahall within aale.or marahal fifty cent if alock I taken plainer I near around mo tho immorection go lnt effect. BtAKrOnD, KY. worlds which hope to retain It, at he kaa aelileJ thlaearl? In lheaMon,lefora WlngculIeJ Hro. 1. Any wraon inllly of rinl. rdnt. tha limit nf aaldcltv. Inlure br deface anr' ly ower l 10 re aale. 1 he city judge aliall tal symphonic of the Will practlt In the Cuurte ot tbla and Jlototng oter, anil It lirtach of the peace, unlawful aaaemblr, pump, or othtr apparattia (ordmwlng.wa-- j gi ve to the owner 'of the animal, if invito mo. It is marvelous yet sim- countieaanillnth Court or Appeala. Olfie In . ahall Injure the cqrtrlng or other) k nown. written notice of the time of trial ple. It is a fairy tale, nnd it is histo- Owiley A tton'e new hutlJIni up atalra. or an atlrav. or 01 uaing anr violent, aim-If- trr, or menacing or olcen language toward protection to any well or clatern, or aiiaii which ahall be aerved on him by the mar ry. For half a century I have been ALEX. ANDEIIBON, From the btit of Foreign Maker. Tlie; will be cut m!niatla another, within the limit of aalJ clljr, cat nr throw any alone, rock or other ahal; if audi owner i not known, a written writing my thoughts in proso, verso, ity:. Hla motto Cutting and Repairing neatlr and ouiptIj done. hall U fined not Icm than Are nor mora thing into any public well or I(crn, or notice ahall be ATTOllNKY AT 3JAAV, history, philosophy, drama, romance, hall caat the carcaaa of nny dead animal, door. fifty dollar for each olTVme. tlnn Sr.c flO All thing which by the com- tradition, satire, ode, song I have Will practice InUANVILLK, of KY., and adjoining Hta. '2. Any eraon who aliall matce anr or other animal matter Into any aprlng, Boyle the Courla rude orundecent eipoaure of hi peraon, well, clatern, pond, reaervnlr, alream, or mon law and itatule law of Kentucky tried all. But I feci that I have not coiintlea aoJ In the Court of Appeala. hall lie fined not le than are deemed nuiaaixcf, are hereby declared said the thousandth part of what is in ! lie uullty of any lewd or Indecent water courae, orahall audi within the city of Stanford; and in dollar. MA8TEU80N 1'BYTON, conduct, or aaaociatlon within the limit five nor more than twentr-firXjAAV. following are hereby me. When I go down to the grave AT'X'OIIIVJJVKOH TJaiT COUHIT, Hw. 2a Any peraori who ahall within! addition thereto, the AT of raid ctty.ahall be fined not lera than fire ADD KXAUINKR the limit of aald city, place, alitor or per- declared nuiaance, to witt l'onj of elag-na- I can say, liko so many others, "I have LtHEKTY KY nor more than tSlrly dollar .'or each water, or any other thing which may finished my day's work;" but I can mit any trah, filh, decayed or decaying practice In all the Co'uria of Caier an.l aJ- Will Appeala. the Court countlea, and Bra, 3. Any peraon who ahall diaturb vegetable nutter or excrement to he nr re- bromo oflenilre to the atnell; dung-heanot say, "Ihavo finished my life." JolnlnK attention given In collection!. ofOffle orer fe'peelal to main tiKn ie aidewalk in front of hi or hog venand pig atya, which are anppoxed My day's work will begin again tho IU T. Pierce' atore. I lim inT ell ten or othtr traon within the t . !! it, of aald city, In the lawful purault of hi. her iiremlaca; or ahall place, aufler or per to become uncle in an obnoxioua; alatiuh- - next morniug. Tho tomb is not a and houae, noxlomalop In Tea recreation or pleaure, ahall 'je mit any box, wood, or barrel, or other like DB. X O. OAHPBNTBn, bnalriea, It fined not lei than fire nor mor than llilr-- 1 (ihetrucltona, to be or remain thereon, aballael or thrown upon private Iota, or upon blind alley; it is a thoreughfaro. KENTUCKY ! be fined not lea than two nor more than any atreet, aidewalk or alley in the city: closes in tho twilight to open with tho BTANFOni), trilolUr for each odVnae. re-- j dead animal, putrid fleah, or any putrid Office orer Kobt. 8. Lvtle'a atore. Office hour Kkh. A. Any eron who ahall dliturb ten dollar for each day the aame ahall dawn. I improve every hour, becauso or oflcnalvc matter of any description I lovo this world as my fatherland, from 7 to 9 a. ! II to t p. M.; 7 to 9 P. w. any congregation or lawful aemMy of main thereon. Hrx. 21, Any peraon the owner or occu- - Said nuiaance ahall be ab.tled, deanaed or txraon within the limit of aild city, "lull pier of lot In tlie city alin.lt keen tli aide-- , removed faa the judgment of the court mar because tho truth compels me, ns it lie fined not le A.T than (en nor more than LBB V. nUPPMAN, My workis only walka and guttcra In front of their rupee- - direct) by the owner or tenant in poaaea-tir- o compelled Voltaire. fifty dollar for each o(Tene lota clean and free from mud, dirt, ion of the property upon which the aame a beginning. My monument is hardAny peraon or peraona who ahall Hno.fi. STANFORD, KY. in the rltr of Stanford, keep, manage or graaa, mow. or other obatructiona, and ia aitualed. Upon information that a ilJo ilalo Street, two door abora ly above its foundation. I would bo litvo the mud in the atrect, from the ance exit, the cit judge ahall enter a glad houae of ill fame, the Mjera Hotel. control to sec it mounting and mounting PoraNttroue Uxlde tiaa dmlnlatered when rea; Iiqiim of proatllulion, or diaorderly Idewalk to the middle; of tiui atreet, well rule aalnat the owner or tenant in poea-eraie- d forever. Tho thirst for the infinite quired. up in hrapa aryl Iianled away, and alon of the premlae upon which aald or a liouo at which lewd and lion, 11, d. MOBOAN, D. D. 8. act are perelrated, ihall be fined any ptraon falling or 'refusing for forty-- 1 nuiaance U aild to exht, citing audi owner proves infinity. to appear before l33PfTIST. not leaa than twenty nor more than fifty eight hour to do ao, after being notified or peraon in VAitnrriES Of Wooiko. In olden Will he In Stanford two week br the marahal. ahall be fined therefor him within a reasonable time fixed in the dollar for each day the aame I ketit three dollar for each flay he ahall ao fail rule, and ahow cauae, If any he may hare, times it was tho fashion for a suitor to IIitTCJtiMt and ulll keep coiiHtuittly mi luunl n fresh Six:, fi. Any peraon or "eruri who ahall knowingly rent any houe or premlara or refuac, and ahall pay the expense of why anch nuiaar.cea ahall not be abated, go down on his bended knees to a lady TSeealgn.) At iJincaater iwo weeaaoi eacu uiviuu line of flic choiccHt Dental rooraa In llawnltouM. from IhlrdMondar If aald judge, upon a hearing ahall ndjudge a audi cleaning if dono by the city. within tlie city to be utrd nnd Wept See sro. J Any ieron engaged within tlie the matter complained ol to he a nuiaance, when ho asked her to become Ins wile, when lien. Pare nltroui oxld gaae admlntitertd lionae, or who ahall knowingly perM" btwdy upcemrx. which with very stout gentlemen, was mit anr houae or preiniaei owned or con limit of the city, in erecting, a ,build!iig( he ahall adjudge that the paid owner or an uncomfortablo proceeding. The trolled by him or them to be ao uted or paving a atreet, alter or aidewalk, or mak- tenant in poeaion ahall abate or Clll'nCII lUUKCTOIIT. the aame within a reasonable time wav in which Daniel Webster propos- kept, ahall bo fined not let than twenty ' ing other improvement", may, while ao jt.2XTJD Kev.J, 8. Siata, HDUTir nor more than-- tlfty dollar for each day j engaged, obitrnct ao much of the? atreet. to be fixedby the judge; and If the aame fa led to Miss Fletcher was moro modern, it alley or aidewalk at may be neceaaaryfor not aualeirTreThor ed or cleaned within flie being iiltor. Servlieaerery nlghU. Sunday School the nme it to kept. thosnrao timo neat nnd poetic. frirer JteetinfiThumlaySunday at audi puroae. Provided, .amplepathiray time required, the judge ahall order the Sj?7ffllAny bawd or woman of lovers, ho was caught xt $0 A. u. J. 8. Hlmi, Superintendent. theThe tat orwIioRVnerallr reputed to heauch, who for peraon on foot, and vehicle aliall'al marahal to abate, remove or cleanae the Liko many other Woman' Mlutonary Society meeta her on all time he left free and tanobifructedj aame at the expenae nf the owner or tenant, holding a skein of thread or wool Sunday In each mouth, at o'clock. Mra. T. T. Allot itiiicii lliej will ihallfbe guilty of diaorderly. oflVn.Ire or and, prorideJ, the aewera and gutter ahall and aald owner or leh.mt ahall be fined not which tho lady had been unravelling. Datlea. Preeldent. iifttiroporiconduct. or who ahall conduct Kav.J, M. Bauca. Paator. Serelce he'rtelf in audi manner a In make exhibit be kept open for tho free paaaage of water not lea than five nor more than ten dol "Gracio," said be, "we have been BAPTIST. or adverllae her calling upon anr of the Any eron who ahall obatruct any atreet, lar for each day the aame ia permitted to untying knots. Let us see if wo can- night, rrarer and fourth SUDdaya, morning and Meeting every Wednesday afterof the citr, or in alter or aidewalk, other than aa permitted remain after the time given by the court treeta or public place noon. Sunday tic one which will not untio in a Superintendent. School at 9.50 a. 11. R. E. narrow They arc also iifreutH Tor the Hale of MaltliiRlj'H superior for it rcmoval.or clennaing, and ahall be not any atoro, ailoon, or public houae within by iht aection, ahall be fined three dollar With a piece of tape he iiooicii MoooN ami iiimx. the citr, ahall ' finnl not le han fire forearh day' continuance of audi (detrac- adjudged to piy the rota incurred in abat- lifetime." I. ev'Wonblphy the 1 lr...- - ....'.. I. .. iuibs nilKISTIAN.- day, rreacningby congregation Coxtion. ing the nuiaance. irumoueti 11 nun iruu luver a &uui, tri.. nor more than ten dollar for each ery Lord'a J. " J Klrat and Third Lont'a dava. '" 8rx' 21, Anv pninn engaged within the Sunday IlKllllDM fUI WKtK.) Fletcher perfected it and a kis3 put on 9.1&. Joa. Severance, Superintendent. School at limit of li! city, in manufacturing or re8w 8 Any bawd or woman nf tlie seal to the symbolical bargain. A Painful Subject. SOUTH.-K- v. I. 8. who ahall be fciiind walking the alrrftaof pairing wgona, vehicle, Ac, while aoen School at 9.V). John W. of the Old Jim Walkuj) .hns the 'reputa1 Richard Steele wrote to tho lady of PRESOVTEKIAK, the citr atnlKhl,-o- r alauch time nnd place, gaged, may obalrud Itcut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on B-5T atreet, provided audi thing do not remain tion amoiii: his friends of being rath his heart: "Dear Mistress Sherlock" Wednesday nlghta. advertlaing or plying Her chiiiic, liall be arreted by the Marahal and confined in on the atreet for a longer lime than forty-eig- er close. His cuemien say ho is too (thero were no misses in those days) houri; and, provided, they do not ... the county jail, and on conviction ahall ba Vn ln., or.MA nu 1.1 1 am tired of calling you by that In .ir LU uiu. iiuh iuii 011JI.0 nn uiu fined not lea than fire nor more than ten obatruct the flow of water; and, provided, menu College. colored man. Uuclo Nace, who had name; therefore say a day when you ample pathway for ron and vehicle be I'ollar for each oHenae. been in the Walkup family all his life, will take that off, madam, your devoKrc. 'J. Any ienion whi ahall ahoot or given. STANFORD, KY. Sir. 21. Any peraon who ahall drpoalt, and who refused to leave his old mas- ted, humble servaut, Richard Steele." or other fire arm, discharge a gun, She fixed the day accordingly. loaded with jmwder within the limit of or cauae to be depmdled, upon any alley, ter after the war, died ia this city in H. Wcnreii. the city, unlraa for the protection of perron aidewalk or atreet or aaid city, any load, or extreme ixjverty. When tho colored An Electrical Ballotek. An With a Full Corps of Teachers, or propertr, ahall be fined not more than portion of a load of wood, coal, atone, lum ildpmitinn taking un went nrotmil " . .. ber or other thing, and aliall permit tli twenty dollar for each offennc. a 1 npparatus has been divised by a resi- Thtelnatllutlon opened Ita Twellth Seaalon ou n . St. Asaph tlie 2d Monday In Septeratier Int. Krc Id, Anr peraon who .hall fire oil, aame to remain thereon ror more than collections to plant Undo Kaco they dent of Syracuse lor recording votes or ahoot an anvil, or other like contrivance iwentjr.four lioura, aliall be (IneJ not lea ev0, - Jim Walkup. That was cast in political and other societies. a oi' for owder or other exploaive than two nor more than Ore dollar loaded with ,he ALL TUK BRANCHES OF A H9n .he i.,i' t,he,?rtl bo beatubJtanre or conioitinn; or fire or ex- - ' each otTen.. But tl.l aection ahall not death of tho old family servant, f ami It provides a number ot xnous niudcn from all in the room except tho person plode crackeia, rocket or other exploaive applj to the exception mentioned In the Collins Caskets bo comprelanguage immediately in front of them. Each TH0R0UGHENGUSHC0URSE en. My , used the most extraordinary mixture or mlile, or ahall build, or two recetlin aection. on build-Six 2. An peron. w1k ahall leaTe Jn praising tho faithful old Undo knob represents a candidate and the rauae to ba built, or aid or aail in Are taught, aa well aa lug any bonfire; or ahall throw any kind any horae, mule or other animal, which vace do voter has merely to preM whichover MUSIC, TUB LANOUAQE8. DHAW-IN. ahall be fined haa been ridden or attached to anr vehicle of fire ball within the citr, 1Iow ra1uc Bro V0U SW,M t c,on; he chooses. (Orders bj telegraph promptly attended to.) AND PAINTINQ. In any atreet or aller within the city limit., At each touch a bell B. ten dollar lor eacli ollenae. not more than to do funeral expenses? asked rings, thus making moro than one vote 8kc. 11. Any eron who ahall upon any without Aral unhlichinc the aame, or with- - ' tnbuto treeta of aild citr, ride or drire any horM out eilectuallr aecuring audi animal ao tho foreman of tho assessment commit by the same person impossible without a fa.t a a trtnlng gallop, that he can not run away, ahall be lined tee. or other detection. All the bells ring aliko. e of neceadty, or ahall ride or two dollar for each ofTenae. except in Not a cent," groaned old Walkup, When the voting is finished a register In Tultlou, prlcra rauje fruui ttt to (So In th Primary, t'U; regular drive a hone, or other beaat, or drive any ,.,eXn?.U:.ri r on tlie side of tho machine opposite the S3U; rrepiraUtiy, ttO. and Collegiate, Intermediate ISO. . vehicle upon anyaidewalk of ald city, exother animal to a ahade tree or lamp poat to conceal his emotion. "If I was to knobs is discovered, and the result oi cept in cae of neccwity. ahall be fined not For full particular!, u to Board, Ae.,addraa leaa than five nor more than twenty dollar on the aidewalk, aliall be lined lor eacli contnuuie money ior such a purpose the ballot is seen in plain figures. olTenti the an in of one dollar HKN. N. '. TKUKIIKAKT, l'rluelfl I would always be haunted with tho for each offenae. .Stanford. Lincoln Co.,Ky Sec, '27. Any eraon, within the limit idea that I helped put him under the Six!. 12. Any eron who ahall profane "You are lookiug bad," remarked ly curae nrawear within the limit of aald of the city, who ahall water hla horM or ground. It's too painful to talk alwut. Snowborgcr to Col. Percy Yerger, BxMTnKTTTiragiffigiKMnxTfTlmTxMB other atock from the public well, or ahall city, ahall be fined five dollar for each leave mo to my misery. "what's the matter?" Tho doctor says and every oath ahall be deemed a hitch hia horae or other animal within Go away and my lungs aro affected, and that I must Austin (Texas) Siftings. aeparate offenae. If aald oflenae be com- twentr feet of the aame, ahall be fined one not tako moro than three drinks a mitted in the prenence of the city judge, dollar for each oflenae. Set US Any peraon ownlnp, controlling, The Hoosac tunnel is a little over day." "I would try some other he may Inatftnlly, without further proof, or for the time nuuiaiiini; any atud or ick, four and three quarter miles in length, inllict the penalty. "I did. and ho said tho same Heo 13. Any peron who ahall, upon who aliall, for the purpoae of arcuring o for the tiling." "Well then, if each ono of exhibit the aame on any public atreet nmt made large enough place In the citr, any atrect, or public of two lines of railway trains. them said you could tako three drinks throw anr rock, atone or other hard aub- within the city, or who ahall, In any atreet, Mounatance, or play bandy, card, ball or mar- - alley or oen lot in aaid city, put the aame It reaches through tho Hoosac a day; that makes six drinks." "I I'll see blea, or ahall ahoot gum aling or other to a mare, or ue one aa a teaaer, or who tain, which is tho summit rango that never thought of that before. Full Una of SlUmSn md rCLLEYH it tutloro Ilka contrirance ahall be fined one dollar hall permit anch anioial to be ao put, need extends southward into Massachusetts, the rest of the doctors in Austin, and rla. ir.nti for ll BOSTOV BLOW KRK. STEAM be fined for or exhibited aa aforeaaid, aliall for each ollenco. from tho Green Mountains of Ver- if they all say that I can take three Fl'UPS of ill grade. EMIl.VKER.I' eUl'fLtEa. olfcnae five dollar. Sec. 1 Anr peraon who ahall, within each 8ec. 20. Any jieraon who ahall beat, or mont. There was some experimental drinks a day, that will mako about mar the city, play bandy, card, Mra.KatoDuJilertvr Idea, or other eamea. aell or manufacture otherwise miauae any horae, qr other ani- work done in 1851, but it was not unLancaater atreet, sixty drinks a day,, nnd that is as MILLINERY I mal within the city In any Immoderate, til 1859 tint any actual tunneling much as is good for on invalid." any thing, or puraue any regular or other 8TANFOKD. - KY.. cruel or unneceary decree, ahall be fined was coromonced. on SunJar, exaecular calling or bminem Tho cost of the tunTexas Siftings. cept done in extreme caaca of neceaaily or for each otlenae, not exceeding twenty Ia dally receiving uew and beautiful Millinery nel and thirty nino miles of adjoining description and Terytulng of th charity, or came or permit the name to be The rabbits of Texas not only have foudaoleeery no lady, who In tend 1 buying anyincluding tho accumulation Uko. 30, Any peraon, the owner nt keep- railroad, done on hi premlae, or br any peraon In on her ahould fall 313,000,-00- 0 ears as big aa a jackass', but a biiuter thing In tieraaline loweat. bh to call doic, who of interest, has been between la thankful for lit employ, or under hi control, ahall be er of any proud alut or viclou the Price aa low and hopea fur their eontlnuauc. near Waco killed 0110 ot these animals pait und 814.000.000. fined not leai than two nor mora than thir- ahall permit the aatue to run at larye In iUrla fftUlllO jrr ISa (.listiajv wi naw tho other day which, on examination, ty dollar for each oflene. Provided, that the aaid city, ahall be fined three dollar wbtcUUall tbt ! oecetwrjr Savs tho Detroit Free Press: "One he found antlered with seven distinct, miUugJcturtueut, tlii ordinance ahall not npplr to druggi'le for etch day the aame ia permitted to run to uf iurfra ton. at larse in the aale of medicine to phyaiclana in of Detroit's wealthiest men says that well formed horns, six across tho foreSr.v 111. Any neraon who aliall permit on the diacharge of their profeextona! dutic: lit metulae within the citr. anr loud and after ho got his first thousand dollars head and ono on the nose, after the NOTICE to CONTRACTORS. 01 victual to tavern keeper, in me matter he never saw the time when he failed stylo of a rhinoceros. Ing and lodging; to livery atable keeper: frequent or continued nightly buklng, lllda will U recelf ed by the Committee for erona a in good howling or yelping of any nnlmal oi the to make mouey with the greatest eaae." to barbera, nor to anch at Iluttouvllla. Ky., Gas from oil wells produces exhila- bulldlugallJptlatChurih Contractor to furuhh faith obnerve and keep aome other day of dog kind ao aa to annoy and diaturb hi It is usually tho tirst tliousauil dollars up. from the foundation neighbor, ahall be liable lo a fine not ex- that bothers a man, but while lio is rating effects resembling laughing gas. rery thing hluiaelf. I'lim and aieclllcatlona can the week aa a Sabbath day, beaeenat Thouiaa Clcll'a lu Iluitonvllle. nidi 810. IS. Any peraon who ah ill be found ceeding ten dollar. accumulating it he is liablo to form It is often fatal. The transition from opened Saiuaoar, Mar ISth. Haa to IxSnlihed HEC 112. Any tieraon who aliall antler drunk in any atrcH or public place in the unconsciousness is so by Scpteiuuer lit. IMS. U, '. Kl t'VK, dog he may own or control to go upon habits of iudustry and economy which consciousness to Chairman. 5S.4 citr. or from drunkeniie, ataggering, or any the atrceta of the city without being ae- - ho cannot shake oil 111 after years, and imperceptible that beforo the victim biltering about audi place, or who ahall be curely inuziled nftrr the lamial of the lie goes right ou making money all hU knows it ho has no inclination and no found drunk, ataggering or loitering about power to movo from tho place of dau- the premlaea of another without the con proclamation oftlie mayor a herein pro life ns though ho was wound up. rent of tlu owner or controller of tho vided, ami wiiiiin tne .time apeciueu, anau ger. hi premlae, in audi manner aa to annoy be fined not exceeding twenty dollar, It CO A fashion item says that "litian hall be the duty nf the marahal to kill Now Jersey farmer reports that a alien, owner or controller, ahall he fined A shade not lea than five nor more than thirty any dog running lit large without being red hair is to be the favorito of ecurely miuilcd In aald city after the during tho season." It dilTers fro m dressing of eight bushels per acre dollar for each offenae. salt to land badly infested with white CD anal f anch proclamation, And the tho polttltian ml. uno is worn on Bnl 1(1 Any peron who ahall breik, good crops ui in Vq -train or drive any unbroken or untrained mavor ahall laaue hi proclamation, when, tho uoso and tho other on the head, grubs enabled him to raise i GO was impossin hia opinion there I danger from hydroV) horae, inure, colt or mule upon the afreet black-hairea damsel is go- for threo years past, which J all dog running at large Hut how a a of the cltr,orcauae theaameto be driven, phobia, requiring ible previous to this application. the city to be recurely muxiled or killed ing ti dye her tresses rod, is what pusbe lined fire dollar for each nffoiwe in ahall M Norristown Herald. sies us. Oil of homlock will heal a burn Hko. 17, Anr peraon who ahall hinder, by the inarahal. CD u(Tering or perHko :i. Any peraon delay, diaturb, or realat the mtrahal, or hi J and louvo no scar. It is also ouo of deputy, or any policeman, in the diacharge mitting any horae, colt, ana. mule, cow, The average woman does not pro- tho best of remedies for a flesh wound of hi duty, or ahall aid, counsel, ndvle goat, hoga pg, or any animal of the kind tend to beliova halt she reads or what No H auolher to do ao ahall be fined not leaa than mentioned to run at large upon anr of the her uelghbors tell her. It is only or any old sore ou man or beast. twenty-fifnor more than fifty dollar for atreeta or alter within the city, (hall be inllaraiuation orproua uesii cau surexceeding five dollar when she whacks up a dollar to a vive whero it is applied. fined therefor not each offenae. Ui i' CD 8m 18. Any peraon who ahall deface, for each day they are permitted ao lo run. clairvoyant that sho expects to got Mississippi river very much Tho break down or remove nny gate, door or Sec. 35. Any peraon beiiu the owner of tho real old solid gospel truth. CZ3 any animal named In the above aection, nr bar, or other fattening attached to the fenresembles some men. It becins ere CO cing, houae, or to oilier projieny belong- having charge of aims at agent, who ahall It is related that un Knglish artist ating an uproar as soon as it gets out Ui ing to aaid city, or any cititen thereof; or permit or atillVr It to run at large nu any has photographed uwallnws on tho of its bed. hall Inlure. Irar down, or deface the fenc atreet, alley or puhllo ground in aald city, HI rellection they 59 ing or other property belonging to the city, and If auch be found hereafter running at wing, and fixed tho When a man hasn't a red ho ijets en CO or any citiien thereof; or ahall break down, large In the limit of aald city, it ahall be threw 011 a pond in passing over. blue, and when ho is bluo every thing deatroy, deface or injure any evergreen, the duty of the marahal of the city forthCO atrength-- n looks dark. ahrub-berGreat West. nin'You Know It? You can fruit, ahade, or ornamental tree or with to take un the aame. and If the city CD belonit-lnathe dilative orirana. prevent coatlve- to aald town, or anr cititen judge of (Stanford ahall determine that Debility resulting from typhoid and lew bowel dlaordew, by CD thereof; or who ahall remove any carriage, there haa been a violation of thi aection, neaa. dtarrbmi, and all vehicle, or other property, from the place by audi animal having run at large within a timely uae of ltrown a Iron Hitter, a fever ia the beat and .moat quickly relieved m rengthener. by llrown'a Iron Hitter. M own the limit of the city m afurcuid, said true 191110, a perfect where the aame ia kept, or left by the j. PENNY & McALISTEK, ' am Stan-for- A-'- lf IL CRUPLEY," NTAIVFOKD, iia:aE3 tailor, KY., flrit-ct- f, Comprises Everything that is lVew, e ter-pe- n WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! i HUlinON uth JDENTIHT, i n'll-aha- Offico-tio- Cheaper Than Ever Before McRoberts & Stagg's. rci'ci4l liawdjr-houa- u ftfcXf&VuJ?1! StmilJ Groceries,Confectioneries5 FAMILY SUPPLIES, Soli at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. j i e FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! -- , I Stanford Female B. K. pi-t- Slain Street, WEAREN, - Stanford, Ky. nj 0j j 1 Q II. I have bought out my brother, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the Hotel building. I will keep full stock Furniture of ery description and soil at figures that cannot stock of and will hensive. Shrouds and llobcs always hand. I also repair Furniture and carpenter's job work. K. WEAREN. -- 11 !. TERMS MODERATE. 100,000 POUNDS ! m OF WOOL WANTED! doe-tor- ." eer-Tlr- pas-sag- - NUNWEIaliEY 1 foot-bal- l, -- dol-lar- a. Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the fra HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancaster and F. A. Jones at Kingston, Madison County. They will have a buyer at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. 30-- .m d 2 o HI 3 o IT w a t1 o P H o td o o m Ui Q o o "3 0 tn H " o v: to w a o o p f 51 hJ s H o HI o v ? H s W ja 9 a? Szl O o "a a, Q St fn nftrioroiirral Tuesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, -- May 9, 1882 EDITOR E. S. Durfee, who wm the Worshipful Matter of the lodge In which Morgan, the A Ytitd Cltrgman. alleged ei poser of Masonic secrets, was Kven lbs patleorsof Job would lcouie pawed and raised, died at Oihkosb, Wis., GARRARD COUNTf. wer bs a preacher sntl enJesTortng to years. Thursday, aged ninety-seve- n Interest bis sujlsnce w tills by wsrs keeping up Lancaster. The resolution of Senator Vorhees to sa Incessant coughing, msking It lupustluls lor Geo liigginbotham is a candidate for him lo l) hesril . Yet, bo very rs,jr can all this inmtigate the statements charging him by simply using Dr. King's Htw Diswith improper relations to the Whisky Sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the lie Tacovery for Cuniuiu, lion, Coughs sn.1 ColJs. Trlsl bill was Indefinitely posponed, the investi- action of the democracy. Hollies given svsyst Penny A McAllitei's Drug A heavy wind and hall storm passed Store, gation being regarded as unnecessary. May lot, there had been constructed over tins place Friday night, but did no ?f? this year 1,87(3 miles of new railroad tmck, damage that I can hear of. MT. YEIJOM ADVl.ttTISF.aiC'.TR. Kdmond S. Finnie, of Louisville, la against 900 miles for thecoresponding period in 1831, 1,090 miles in 1880, 391 in 1879, heie with a view to improving his health, H'.M. MVENN 2G7 miles in 1878, and 209 miles in 1877. which ha been very poor for some time. Is sn Independent candidal for Assessor ot I am authorized to announce Hiram Ilocksatls County, August election. 1SS2. A dispatch from Engineer Melellle, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, dated Lena, Delta, March 21, received at Itothwell, a candidate for Sheriff of GarDKAI.KR IN JOHN XV. KKIIHV Washington yesterday, reports the finding rard county, subject to the action of the of Lieutenant DeLong and party dead Democratic party. Seeds, Is a csndldsle for to lbs office of AsIn order to close out their canned sessor of KocstSJtl county, August election, 1S87. Search is to be continued lur Chipp and goods, Geo. D. Burdett & Co. offer for the party. -- The Senate adopted Mr. Windom's next thirty days Yarmouth Corn, per jgssslaaajEv ssassasat'V'iiiS."'-"Jrfag - Standard Tomatoes, resolution to appoint a committee to hires dozen, $1.00; tz 1 1 rv :v. ic , gate whether any nionej lias been raised $160; 21b. do, $1.20; Peaches, Apricots, Chilled Plows, to influence nction on the whisky bill, and Pine Apples, Ac., In proportion. Sugars, Agency of 8outh-Den- d sbbbbbbbbbbB iM9 ItssBBsasirasaWl Avery's Oast and Steel Plows, if so, for what uses the money has been Coffees, Teas, and Queenaware, much low-e- r BeaDors 6t Mowers.Sweepaukes Buckeye ThreshAsisasasasasasasasasasaBJV?fW than elsewhere. expended. ers, Mitchell Form Wagons, New Home The republicans of this county In Sewing Machines, Taylor's El&atio Bed Schumann, a Cincinnati saloonist, received a sentence Saturday of $100 fine Mass Convention Saturday, nominated the Springs. and thirty days' imprisonment for violat- following ticket: J. Wealey West, for I ff i MaJ. A. E. ItlCIIAKDN, "fflVC 1iV.Xj. n ing the Smith Sunday law. It was the County Judge; It. A. Burnside, for Circuit I be taken to the Court of Clerk, George Patterson, for County Clerk; Of LouIitIIIs, Is a candldsts for Superior Judge In first case and will this th 2d Ulttrlct, subject to lb action of the I1 E. W. Harris, for Coroner, and John Per- - Democrscy. I Common Pleai. "'.imi J1 I1 trsaMauT-Lll There ia an appropriation of $10,000 kin, colored, for Jailer. There were three ItHKCKIMtlDUE for the erection of a monument ever the contestant for the nomination for Jailer, JHdKO It. Issrsndldttstor of Superior grave of Thomas Jefleraon at Mooticello, and every means wm used to defeat the to lbs setlon of JudgsDemocrscy. Court, subject election, first ths I I I -3VE Virginia, and the work is shortly to bft "darkey," but m the colored republicans Mondsy In August. 1ST I J&. commenced under the direction of the Sec outnumbered the white, three to one, he SFoaiiTcaUP- II. H. BBHDETT, came out of the contest with a large maretary of State. those predisposed to the fearful disease, Is a jority. It is but just to say, some of the Of Lancaitrr, from csnJIJsle for Judgs of IbsSu. Tnn tariff Commission iniquity Fountain W. George was convicted of preme Court thsIJ district. Subject to the for if it will present no cure for it, in the firat degree at Dea Moines while party leaders stood by the negro af. acuou oi iu ucraocrscj. will Co established passed the House Saturday, by a vote murder there certainly ter the first ballot. The democrats seem of 151 to 83. The bill is an invention Iowa, Friday, for the killing of Dr. Epps, means of prevention. uillikeet. in July last. Thla la the first jury verdict rather jubilant over the matter, and will hew of tho republicans, who wish' to stave make a strong effort to capture every office Jab. B. McCheaby,- - one off a revision of the odious and' op- for hanging under the capital punishment in August. Miss lliLLK Hcoiies desires lo Infurm lb Ladles law of the State. oi isis vicinity installs is constantly roceltlng of the best, if not the very beat Gov- pressive tariff and get it out of the A very unfortunate affair, in that it very bsndsoma Una of splendid new gprloc and The Chesapeake & Ohio company is Millinery, public ernors that Kentucky ever had, has way as a political issue. Congress is running through trains from KIchmond to adds one more to the list of violent deaths Summerlow Bgurrs. which she offers lo lbsslock ol st very Aiuosg her besutllul to make the raco tor the proper place, and Congressmen Newport now, and is beginning to use its in this county, occurred here Saturday af- Trimmings sresll ths latest designs. Including tb fully determined rage, arstnsuo nowers. un naa also a Mantua. Making Congress in the new Eighth, and we elected by the people are' the proper extensive coal wharves at the latter point. ternoon, between five and six o'clock, In la glean Department, wher ths greatest attention to the cutting, Siting and making of all J7- learn that he is meetiug with great persons to revise the tariff, and we are The stock ia uld to be good for a consider- which Joe Hay, a citizen of the Buckeye klndsofdressrs. was killed, and Cspt. Isaac Sinprecinct He is a deservedly euro that the people will not approve able advance in the near future. encouragement. The reception in the rotunda of theCap-it- gleton, the Town Marshal, was badly hurt. popular man and if given the nomin- ot this attempt on the part of their at Washington Saturday evenlng,given It was brought on by a difficulty between STmroso ation would go iu to win. No republi- representatives to dodge the question. by the Ladle' Aid Society, of the GirCeld Joe Stetson, said to be a bastard aon of can?" however lavish with money exSaunders. They were ar- LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. Hospital, was one of the most Kay, and Memorial One rarely meets in a life time a brilliant events of the season, and real lied rested by Singleton and taken beforeJudge torted from office holders, could de cleverer or ruore agreeable gentleman a handsome sum for the object for which Brown, who fined them, for which they JOHN T. IIH.'dlNS, PKOPKIKTOK. feat him even with the district as close than Col. Wm. Yost, of Muhlenberg. it was given. proposed to give bona, Saunders execuas it iv A FIRST - CLASS HOTEL " Besides being a very able man, he is iv-John Shackleford, a boss on the Elite ted hla bond, and while Kay and a erowd ,77."- public Insrsrv The old democratic County Com a decidedly popular ono, and if his bethtown, Lexington and Big Sandy Kail- - of hia friends were wrangling with the solicited, particular. Tbspstronsgaol lbsl"-"- l and satisfaction guarinleM, mittee in Madison held a secret meet friends decide to run him for Con road, got Into a difficulty with a negro Judge in regard to the matter, Stetson , ing and after electing each of its ruenv gress in the third district, as they are hand and threw a wrench at him. It miss-e- d walked off. Singleton's attention was call ItcHncrskNelf-lsiiiilcm- . AIonci-h- . the mark, striking another negro in the ed to the fact and he was ordered to arrest bers for another term, sent the list to talking of doing, he will sweep things, Nulky IMuiih, Ural ii IfrlllK, head and killing him instantly. Shackle-for- and tske him to the workhouse. He suc IIurroHH, . the State Committee for confirmation. notwithstanding the republicans are EDWARD H. FOX, Propr., ceeded in halting him and wm remonstrat Hay 'Ikresth- is in jail. But the liegisler discovered the little claimiog it as their own property. lni Miu'liincM anil KiikIbcm, ing with him on his uction when Kay beKorlb-EaCorner or Main and Third Streets, The President has pardoned Kill John And other Implements and Machinery. We buy ezclusircly from Manufacturers, game and exposed it, when they got Porter ao far as the continuous part of his came very abusive. He became so out- DANVILLE. KENTUCKY d lots, and consequently obtain the largest ditcount and direct, for cash, in is said that Gen. Chalmers, remad and rcsigued. A new deal was by Court Martial was concerned. rageously ao, Singleton shook his stick at sentence Qoods at Reasonable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto is t 'Tirst-clas- a cently deposed from his seat in Con- The sentence was that he be cashiered and him and told him to shut up or be would Hatlog recently rettled lay rooms with all ol tbs Bur-namade all nround, and James It. the Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, modern lioproTemenls, I now bsrt lbs the only democrat iu a large gress, is so mail with his party for not ba forever disqualified from holding any break his head. Kay snatched the stick Btanfoid.Ky. GEO. D. out of hts hand aud struck him twice over Finest Uallerjr la Central Kentucky! family of republicans, was compli making n stronger light for his reten- office of trust or proDt under the llovern-uieUltKKN Mansssrs W. T,. WITIIEKN, WIM.IAMN. Depot the head with it, whereupon Singleton Wh.n jrou visit Dsntllle, don't fall to csll and of the United States. llusloasllle Mansgsr laofsilsr Depot. tion that he has gone to his home in set mented with the Chairmanship. Respectfully, The Court of Appeale ol WestVa, drew his pistol and fired three shuts at him me. Mississippi with the avowed intention f has decided that the bill exempting the in two of which his pistol wm knocked KIlWAKD II. fOX, A New Yoiik belle has just pur- of starting a sort of a Mahoue move Chesajieake and Ohio It It. from taxation up by some of the crowd. The third shot I'hetoifTipher Ky. Geological Surra chased a 81,700 pair of garters, which WHOLES A IX AND llr.TAll. HKAI.KHS IN ment there. If that is the manner of is unconstitutional and void, and that the struck lUy iu the leg betweeu the knee aro described as exceedingly beauti- man he is, we and thigh. Kay continued luuse the slick he was not company shall pay the $78,981.03 Ux are sorry ful. We suspect that the average kicked since 1879 asseased sgalnst it. An appeal on Singleton's head and pistol arm, and out of Congress sooner. Yankeo girl needs something like that succeeded alter the third shot in knocking to the U S. 8uiireuiu;ou;t was taken, On tho resolution to fix a date for Utrchsdix. ill Kinds of Successois lo Daughsrl y A lloliues, Stat Maii:, Booh, to beautify her shapeless calf, but here James Emory, of Murray Co., fla., Hie pistol from his hand. A rock was iu Kentucky, where tho natural do the consideration of the National aged between ninety and one hundred thrown by some one in the crowd, at SinHTANI'OKD, S T., KENTUCKY, O. democrats years, killed his wife with a club. He gleton, which struck Kay iu the head. velopment is so beautiful nnd perfect, Bank charters, thirty-eigh- t aeeing that he was hurt took MimircTuT cr voted with the republicans, aud with bears the reputation of having married Ksy's friends no such attraction is needed, the leg Grand PIANOS, Squaro PlAiNUS, aud Upright PIANOS, seven dlflitreiit limes, and killed each one bold of biui and started off, when he felt iUelf being prettier than all the dia- the exception of eight, they were all of his wives. It ia said that he put seven and died in about tulf an hour. Single, la Rosewood, Batinwood, Mahogouy, French Walnut and Ebontied Case, in from. Eastern States. To day was the monds ever strung together. murks on the coillu of the last one he mur- ton was led Into Brown's grocery, having elegant desigus to correspond with any style ol Furniture. time fixed. been blinded by the strokes on his head, dered. Tin: Missouri Legislature appor and the wounds attended to. One of Ksy's Organs, OhaDol Organs, Church Organs, Mrs. L. II. Newtun, wife of an Engl, Ghant was CO years old a few days tioned the hlulo so as to make one i on the L. & K. oisoned an adopt- friends attempted to force his way Into the since and there is no good reasou now Manual, with two Mauuals and Fodals, containing the most beauWith one very strong republican district and and then look a portion herself at store to finish Singleton, but the doors and life. ed child tiful, powerful aud useful oombiuations over procured the other thirteen strongly democrat- for a further prolongation of bis Louisville. In a letter giving her reasons window had been securely barred. A in reed Instruments. and a for the deed, she say that the did ft for surgical examination of Kay' wounds esic. This should have been tho course He is nothing but a nuisance beggar, and it would be u relief to fear the father of the bo would tike him tablished the fact that the lick on the of our alleged statesmen, instead of We invite the publio attention to our large aud well selected stock oi from her now that he had married again. head caused bis death. Singleton' wounds ORGANS, and our uncounted facilities for furnishing making three districts so close that the publio to have him go hence. PIANOS consist of two gashes on the lop of the She will live. the best class of instruments at low rates. We purchase for notjcjih in there must always be a stubborn light The lost number of tho Danville head, one of which ia serious, the lick havThe Kentucky Miller Aasoaciation aflarger quantities than any other houso in this city. The expeuwof our in them. Editor ter a veiy pleasant atid profitable meeting ing fractured the outer bone of the skull. 'lribune was h real sunflower. PIANO aild ORGAN Department is far less than some housWe liavo reached lower An eating-houses doing exclusively n Piano and Organ trado. keeper ut Green-vilf- Murphy is getting to bo almost as In Louisville, adjourned Friday night to Ills right arm Is so badly hurt be can not use it. The examining trial wm set for meet in the same city next ytar. The folprices than havo been tendered by any dealers iu this market, and guarantee Miss., shot and killed Dr. Buck-ne- iwthetio as Oscar Wilde. lowing officer were elected: Charles T. Monday, but postponed till Wednesday, on WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. all instruments as represented. We sell ou easy monthly or quarterly payunder the supposition that he was "With the smallpox raging" aud The Ballard, of LouIsvIlle.lWdent; W. S.Qllt. account of abteuce of witnesses. ments, and any instrument taken on trial, not proving as represented, may Wsuianufactiir a burglar. It must Ira exceedingly her saloons closed ou Sunday, Cincin- ner, J. M. Miles, WU. liith, and W. E. foregoing statements were obtained from employing only Carriages of sll descriptions, be returned at our expense. Wo solicit correspondenco with persons desirtrstlaas vorsiuto and using material, and sail st raaaonakl gratifying to the dead mau to know nati will be shunned hereafter like the Orubbs, and W. 11 Wher. Captain Singleton and witnesses of the only ing to purchase, and take pleasure in answering all inquiries. Bguras slyis, wortusnsaipanu malarial ronsld- difficulty. . 1IYHU, that it was a mistake. Egyptian plaguo. red. rill, Secretary and Treasurer. Ill) HAUUHt.Krr CO. A NitMiinn of our cotemporaricj have spoken of Mr. W. J. Tampion as (ho Commonwealth and Southern news editor of tho Courier-JournaImt they aro mistaken, as no found a few days ago. Mr. W. M. Hull, pro moted from tho rcportorial corps, has been in charge of thoso departments for sovcral months, and has Tilled defraud. Away with itl Every them most creditably. Ho is a young speck of it on our body politic is a man that will bo heard from in the caacer. lam willing to meet tins is future. It may interest the readers of suo at the polls, and wee bo to that that metropolitan dally to know who member who upholds it to overfill our fill tho other department of it, Treasury, that tho greedy may not in Editor-in-chieHenry Watterson, the pcoplo's means collect who is as often in Washington ed by its officials. Indeed, it seem a and New York, as in Louisville, there part of tho plan adopted by the dorai aro EmmettG. Logan, managing edi- nant party to allow no reduction. The tor, G. W. Cochran, editorial writer; is to lie piled up year after W. surplus G. A. Jones, Telegraph editor; year, ana tins is tho issue we are to .1. Lampton, assistant both of Mr. meet. Logan and Mr. Jones; W. E. Chil When the star route case of John ton, Commercial editor; 0. 0. Stca-leW. Dorsoy was called at Washington, city; Dan E. O'Sullivan. SportFriday, that worthy failed to put in ing and Dramatic; T. H. Robertson, appearance and Mr. Merrick, counLiterary; Donald Padman, This and sel for tho government, called tho atThat, and a corps of local reporters. tention of tho Court to tho fact that They are all men of ability and do Col. Ingersoll had promised on tho their work in a most conscientious last postponement of the case, that and capable manner. he should bo on hand. He claimed The tcrriblo hardships and dangers that it was a mere trick of Ingersoll encountered by the officers and men of to obtain delay, when the old infidel Jeaunetto in their efforts to reach the jumped up and said, "You are a liar north pole, coupled with the sad intel sir." There was much excitement for ligence just received of the fiudingof a time, but as usual, the whole thing tho dead bodies of Capt. Da Long and ended in smoke. Bob knows who to ten seamen wrapped in an icy shroud call a liar. Homo men would give near Lena Delta, ought surely for a him a chance to soo for himself whethtime, at least to put an end to furth- er there is a hell or not, if he were to er attempts to explore tho Arctic re- use such language to them. gions. Tho various efforts in that diIn a conversation with Hon. J. rection have all proved abortive, after being attended by a great deal of ex Proctor Knott, a few days ago, he pense, and in every case by tho loss of said that the talk about Congress ad mauy lives. The narrative of Lieut. journing tins month was the sheerest Dauenhower.of the surviving party, is nonsense, and that if it got through continued iu the New York Herald, its work by tho 1st ot July, it would and is one of the most thrillingly in- be doing much better than he expectteresting stories of a stubborn and de ed. In response to our inquiry if he termined fight by brave men, for two would boa candidate for Governor, years, against death in its most awful he said that he had not decided yet, iorm. The only surprise about it is but intimated that he would like to administer the afl'uirs of the grand old that any were left to tell the tale. Stato for the next four years, beginDr. Koch, of Berlin, announces by ning Sept. 1, 1883. cable tho remarkable discovery that The democrats seem especially unthat dread disease, consumption, which fortunate in their selection of candidkills fully a sixth of mankind, is caused the diam- ates for the Appellate Clerkship, tho by parishes, about most lucrative office in thoState. Their eter of the blood corpuscles and in last candidate had to go through a of their length. breadth about long course of sprouts for dueling, and The lungs examined were alive with now we have one that is peculiarly gives as the reason them, and the Dr. disposed while intoxicated. He says, that tho discovery has not been made however, that he will nover allow before, that they aro colorless and himself to get so again, but it is al can hardly be distinguished from the most as easy for a camel to gallop media in which they live. The dis through the eye of a peedle as for a has created a sensation in the covery with a tasto for liquor to give medical world, and must bring joy to man l, Be-sidhard-oarneone-thir- d one-sixt- In his ineoch in Congress Friday, The Hpcnccr Qntrier says that Gov. on the Urlff auestioft Hon .4 8. HI James B. McCrWy ijllhsi'verjr licit .Cox, of Now York, xpresjed him man in tho district to represent it in sen in mo luiiumug centra ngninn mo the next Congress, and h rWriol Internal rovenuo system: "I favor, says ho has n host of friends in .Tessa- openly nnd boldly, the entlro aboil- - mino that will bo glad of an opportun tion of tho cumbrous, corrupt, and nlty to voto for him. spying system of tho Internal rovo- Another Cincinnalian is thirsting nue. It is not necessary to say that for famo. Mr. Sinton is tho gentle its officers aro corrupt; it is tho" sys- man. Ho recently purchased the f tem. Its ofllcesR pursue the voter in- Grand Opera Houso with tho purpose to his cigar nnd tobacco shops and of making tho city a present of it for into stills, breweries, and factories a city Hall. with threats, and it has its army of The shocking murder of Lord 5,000. Worso than tho janizary or Cavendish and Secretary Burke, in tho mamelukc, it undertakes by its Dublin, Is a sad blow at the futuro of occult machinery to intimidate and poor down trodden Ireland, and dark su The Mends of the Chinese Dill still it will become a law, although they do not now apeak a hopefully 'that the I'resIdtRt will sign it. If he doc not attach hi atgnatnre, it is believed he will let the bill become a law without it. The Smith Sunday Law was strictly enforced In Cincinnati Sunday, Hut two saloons were opened, and In those cases the proprietor were promptly arrested. Temperance drink were sold at the hilltop resort and In Millard rooms. There were targe sales of prettelt at the Orphan's pic nic, a glass of beer being given away In each case. Eleven arrests were made dur ing the day, six ofwhlohwtre for drunk feel confident that enness. B0 HE COUNT T. 0enn'llt. The rtthcllo cm alrnck Danville last Friday night In the shJfjm of "an enter-- " tatnment given by the Utile of the First Presbyterian Church. Financially It was a success. Ex-Go- t. It. McCreary, one of the best governors Kentucky lias ever had, was In Danville Friday looking after Ida InterHe will get a good -- ot est for Congress In this county. Mr. Jo. Nilllng, one of our most en ST.ASAPHHOTEL MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. JOHN DINWTDDIE.PRO'R, This Old and Well Known Ilotol Still Maintains its OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1870 High Reputation, AND MhIh Ni., NlMHferrl, K)'. Ja. BOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation lo Commercial Travelers. Its Proprietor it Determined that It Shall be Second to so Country Hotel in the State in iti Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. xlllbsraatri.il Kprrlal to sad frsst er days are yet to dawn on her. Seven weeks from next Friday Qui-tcatg is t, the day set for tho "removal' of nation prays and a that there may bo no hitch in the gamo. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Failures Itit week 101, a falling ofTof 0 against the former week. Kroit I reported to hare ilone serious damage In the Michigan frutt bell. Pittsburg hail a $200,000 lire Sunday. wm among the building The destroyed. The reported slaughter of oerenty-elglIndian Vy Mexican troop near our border Court-house it la confirmed. 8ing Sing prison, Jfesr York, I a money making institution for the State, clearing nearly $5,000 lait month. It la reported that thirty of the crew of the steamer ltodgtra, of burned in the Arctic regions, lost their Ihirty-neTen Urea. The Ttnnewe bondholder, through their committee appointed to confer with the committee of the Tennessee legislature, have modified their propooition to md 0. At Covington officers were elected by the State Conclave of Knights Templar for the ensuing year, a follows: Thomas II, Sherley, Louisville, grand commander; Edwin G. Hall, of Louisville, deputy grand commander, Bernard G, Wilt, of Henderson, generalissimo; Jamea M. 8s of Frankfort, captain general; Lansing Burrows, of Lexington, prelaw; John S. Lyle,of Covington, senior warden; Henry O. Sandlfer, of Danville, junior warden; D. P. Kobb, of Versailles, treasurer; L. D. Cronlnger, of Covington, recorder; John If. Lake, of Cynthlana, standard-beareItobert Air, of Newport, warden, and C.H. FIsk, of Covington, captain of the guard. The next meeting will be held on the third Wednesday in May, 183.1, at Louisville. The cable brings the intelligence that Lord Frederick Cavendish, and Under Sec retary Burke, were stabbed to death at Phu-niPark, Dublin, Saturday night, by four men who made good their escape. Lord Cavendish hts just accepted the posi tion of Chief Secretary for Ireland, tendered by Mr. Gladstone as a concession of the Conservative Liberals or old Whigs, and the appointment was not acceptable to the advanced British Liberals or the most of the Irish leaders, who hoped that Mr. Chamberlaine, more radical in his views, ould have received the office. Caveu- dish wm a brother of the Marquis of Hart- ington, well known aa the acknowledged Liberal leader, after Gladstone announced hla Intention to retire from the leadership in 1876. The killing is very unfortunate for the Irish. terprlslng young business men, quietly stole away and came back with a better half, Mis Theresa Schetneder. .Success and a happy life to both. It seems that every time there is an entertainment tn Danville the socialists Ut loose. During the entertainment on Friday night a bomb went off near the hall equal to that sent throngh the malls to the r of New York No damage done. The soiled dove of color got loo much "Wiaard Oil" in them Saturday night, and between 11 and 12 o'clock they made "Home howl." While one ot the "nymph du pave" was being taken to the jail, either from too much drink or stubbornness I think the Utter she had to be dragged along the street, when seveial of the negro buck came up and wanted to rescue her. After a good deal of Jelay, the officer finally got her to jail. About one lour after a negro mn by the name of Chaa, Kobln-so- n remotislrsltd with "hi girl" Emma Cloyd about paying "too close attention" to other men when they became embroiled Id a difficulty in which the former wss very badly cut in the neck. After be wa cut he hit her a few blow over the hed and bands, but inflicted no severe injury. The wound being dressed, they were both taken to "the " bond-holdelock-up.- Baggage Transferred Free of Charge I hare recently taken charge of ihla house and intend to haro accommodations. first-cla- HasKsss rrre afrhsri.. arraannoSitlsas t( ommtrrlslTrsslfs. Tbs Hsrnlllbe t alwara aappllsd with Ik ekslc.st kraassaf LlsasrsaaS t'lisrs. tk4e v1 w. JJL ! HEGWSB :I. 'qfHft ?( THE- - GENUINE HID Water Elevator. ml '.' '! aeaBBBBBBBBl Dostroys All Wator Insects; Draws Fresh Wator from Bottom of distort); Has No Tubing and Does Notfe Freozo. H Bucilin't Arnica Salre. Thslrfst salts Id the vorM Air Cuts, llrulsrs, Boies, Ulrera, 8slt Itheuu, Fern Cures, Tetlsr, Chsppe.1 HsnJs, Clilllilalns, Corns, aoU all 8kln Eruptions, an) poaltlrely cures piles. Illsgusr snteed toglr entire esllsfaf lion or money refund eJ. l'rlre 23 cents per loi. Kor sal by 1'enny A McAlliUr. Foulost Oistorns Mado Puro by This Elovator. OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This County. Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo ken Back. GEO. D. WEAREN, other Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and TAKIETY NTOItC.! airr. v J. E. VOWELS' o it. fVu (tfMd3 rff jr -- irv.rj7Wv Lbp. VrW J. j "W V y&' -- St y A . Sjjf' 1 jF FL "W A. ' v7A.Go:sra, Gr O S. mm mjmn LEx-Go- ol laOGEVS MOUSE! Stkt sa2as Excelsior Art Rooms st BUGGIES car-loa- .AJKrr) CABBIAG-ESh. orn-Mu'Iler- Hiu-HhKi-- t'orit-lMimliT- d Cultivator, It .. WEAREN, Ml-t- OCX. Daugherty&Hyde PIANOS AND ORGANS ui Mil NO. 66 WEST FOURTH CINCINNATI, Fine Carriages, Buggies, Elegant Parlor ni-e- and AND PHAETONS. e r, Dr.l-iL- JOHN OHUROH it WANTrn. A correapondent at Iluilon-vlll- e. I orrKit for Stanford. Low ritiOM in Woolen I)re Itob't H. Lylle'a, Oooda J. le, privately,my It Warren. at Mm. M. Vr DAWkoN presented her liege lonl with a big boy yeaterday morn- . Tuesday Morning, May 9, 1882 Tiir proprietor of Lincoln Mill, havWatohw, Clock ami Jewel rr ing reenred a ptrmanent water aupply, and warranted by Penny A McAllaler. wilt be J. If. A 8. It. Hiiakkh ire receltlnir nil time. able lo do cuatom grinding at any opening a lot of men's ami boys' clothing. ami Gaiiiumi add another homicide to her You will find the 6 cent! cigar in town it Penny A McAlia long llat, for particular of which ee l.rV letter. Capt. Singleton deaervea The stock of J. II. A 8. H. Hl.anks It now comiilele with beititllul style of great credit for hi herolim, and it it to be Hprlng Goods. If you don't bellere It, Jut regretted that he did not get more of the call on llitm ami Me. crowd than he did. W'r. are Jut receiving and oixnlng a The IUpubllcan of Garrard, after findlarse lot of Peltier A Jlro.' Iafle' and Children'! Shoe for Hiirlng ind Summer ing they could not help themaelvea, gave a "nigger" the nomination for jailer. We weir, J. II. AH. II, Hliank. will wager, however, that the while radiPERSONAL cal will not vote for him when the teat CiiAiara T. Hvnr; rcttimcd yesterday come. A negro it only good for voting, Mil. II, 0. Ai.ranii nnd daughter not lo be voted for, according to their Idea hiTi returned from Kansas. of the caae. Mia Nannie Jr.wr.i.i., of Pekln, it a Tub harmle Idiot, Adam Yale, wall vueit of Mln llessie Fouler. found in the rear of the Opera Houae Kamkky, of Islington, Is Mim Alice building, yeaterday, lying unconacluui on visiting MIm Marr TliomMon, the ground with blood ooiing from a fearMm.Joiix II. JoNw.of Kismet, Tenn., ful gaah in hia head, Aa no one could be Is visiting Mm. P. II. IMmiston. It la mean enough aaaault auch a Ml) Susir. Yr.AOr.n Is visiting Mr. auprHMcd that lo rock thrown at being, by a random MIm llhoda Hall. A. T. Jfunnelley and carelea boy, fell on lit head. Sai.i.ik Dknnv, tome Am Commkncf.mcnt i fait approaching ofdarrard, are gueala of the Mic Grime, Mk. C, K. Ukituv hia olJ hit slock in when white dreaae will be In demand, we Itourbon and U home attain smiling at the adviae our friend to examine the extengirls. F sive variety of new White Good to be Mru A. Awnriwox, our Danville aeen at J. W. Hayden', conatatlng of Mod- sciibe. lias gone on business to Wheeling, Jeka lace auittnga; plaid, atrlped and aolld W. Va. India Linen; figured and atrlped Swlat; Mit Lucv llunrox haa returned from figured, plaid and plain Linen Lawn, and tIU to Ilustonville, looking a great variety of I .ace for trimming the a bright and happy. aaine. Mit. ani Mrw, H. H.UuKrv, of (latla. The paaaenger train on thia road and Mr, tin, Tenn , are vlalling their parent!, theC.8. It It. do not connect at Danville and Mri. W. M. Lackey. Junction for the South a reorled. They Mb. Thomas K. J. ArcKi.of Keokuk, both arrive there at 1:25 r. M., but the C. Iowa, was on a vialt to hit former appren- S. It. It. leave before either paaaenger or tice, Capt. Thomas HlcharJs, Saturday. mall can poaalbly be tranaferred. Thia la Danville for many Trara Mr. Ayera lived in the meaneat caae of petty aplte work that and U reputed to b one of the mot we ever new railroad to be guilty of, and s of the day. the people are getting very llret' of It. of tho Louisville Mr. John Fleet, Going North the lav over at the Junction Hotel, will be Chief Clerk at Crab Orchard i 1 hour and 20 minute, to the change ia Pprlnga thli season. He acted In the aatne bad all around. capacity there several season ago and CHAn OiiciiAitii SrniNoa. Col. W. G. made many friend in llilt section eci-ally- . Welch ha aecureil the aervice of Gen Jame F. Ilobtnaon, Jr, of Islington, aa LOCAL HATTERS. manager of thia aplendid procrty for the ItLQNDt Invisible Nett at Hob't H. Lr- coming aeaaon. Gen. Itoblnaon I a hotel lle't. man of much popularity, having kept the CANNrt) good i lower than ever at Hale riiornlx in ita palmlcat day, when it repA Nunnellev'-- . utation a a hoatelry extended far and Tiimk indebted to J. V. Wallace are near. He ia now I'roiJent of the Lexington Jockey Club, and hi large' acquainurgently requested to nettle. . tance with the clan of men who patronize Hata jutt received Al.MtylenofBtraw Spring, Imure the moat proeperou aev and 0cned by J. W. Hayden. ton for year. Col. Welch to be congratTill: Louiavllle Hotel la the beat kept ulated on hi Detection. ettabllthmentof the kind in the State. Tuhni'ike Elections. The following Tlliir.i: IIU.fliUKU TJlQCsUND UllICK All officer were elected Saturday : For the alav Apply to Henry llaugbman, Stan- Stanford A Huatonvllle Turnpike, J. F. Caih, 1'realdent; Roye Stewart, Win. llur-toford. M. II. Lytle, Ed. Alcorn and John O. Mil J. T. Hahkis hat fresh fiili for sale twice a week Wedneaday and Saturday, N'eal, Director; Stanford A Milledgevllle, J. W. Weatherlord, I'reaident; Richard at hit meat and provision atore. Cobb, J. A. Harria, M. 11. Lytle, G. G. TllCauperviaor of of the tax Mat, Mess. Helm and Levi Hubble, Director; Stan Wyatt Sandidge, J. D. Ilntln and George ford A Hall" Gap, Jamea E. Lynn, I'reai I'. Ilrlght are at work thia week. dent; Jonathan Owaley, J. M. Martin, Craig Lynn, I). W. Vandeveer and T. B. NoTlcr. Will my frlenda pleaie call at Montgomery, Director; Knob Lick, Ben office Instead of asking on the atreet if iny Spalding, I'reaident; Jame l'axton, Sowel 11. C. Morgan, I am at home. Htapectfully, ell W. Given, It. II Wood, Jamea Crow Dentitt. and Jamea A. Harria, Director. I.UMATIC. MIm Mollle Hughes waa adIlia MoHToAfiK. Hon. Jo. 11. Itead, of judged a lunatic Friday, and taken to the Asylum at Lexington. Although it waa Louiavllle, wa here Saturday for the pur- proved lhatahe hadahown algna of iuntcy poae of having recorded a mortgage on the for a year paat, the fact waa known by but Louiavllle and Nathalie It. It. to E. II. few, and her trial waa therefore a aurprlae. Green and John A. Stewart, Truateea, of New York, for ten million of dollar to IN anawer to the request by E. It. D., of ecure the payment of gold bond to that Tunnel City, to atate whether the bill to amount to be iwued by the company and prohibit the aale of aptrituoua liquor in that, put on aale. The bond are to run forty city became a law or not, we have to tay year and bear C per cent, interest, which from all the information we have on the Ia to be paid quarterly alao In gold. The aubject, that It did. At any rate it ia not object ia to raiae moner for the repay afe to run any riakt in the matter. ment of debta heretofore made in acquiring at Somerset reunited in other road, for certain debta chargeable to Circuit Couht even convlctiuna to the Penitentiary, three the road, and for the development and betwhite and four colored men. Hurglary, terment of their yleni. The mortgage robbery and grand larceny wern the ha to be recorded In every county in thia chargea. The number of indictmenta and the othei State in which the road tie, found waa 120, tnoatly for violation! of the and a it require a i page of a large book to wbUky law. Wayne Court commenced record it, that alone I a heavy and expen- ive job. Mr. Itead tell u that be hat yeaterday. ordera not to record It in Garrard or Mad- Smalli-oit on an alarming increaae in Icon, which ia conclusive evidence that the Cincinnati, and la aerloualy interfering L. A X. ha aold the Richmond Branch to with the buaineaa of the city. We know the Kentucky Central. of one or more parties that had ordered clothing there, who have ahlpped it back Another Man Killed -- Sam Sandidge alnce the Knquirtr'i atalemjiit that ita re- killed Henry Clsyd, another negro, at a Sunday night, tin porter bad aeen aeamatresata come out of church at Milledg-vill- e houaea where there werecaaetof amallpox, der the following circumatancea: Henry and carry tho clothing they had made to claimed that Sam had pronilaed to marry hia iter; that the night for Ita conaum-matiothe atore dealing In that claw of goodt. waa aet and the feaat prepared, but Skvkiial day ago Mr. F. I). Albright Samuel came not. He thereupon ewore one of hi aheep, and alt effort at vengeance agalnat mined him, and fixed Sunday finding it proved abortive, Later, while for the day to execute hi thrtata. Sam plowing, he turned up the head of the had heard of hia intention, and at the ulaalng aheep cut oil cloae to the neck, but aervice he made It a point, no trace of the real of it waa viaible, and aa he claim, to keep all the distance he he very wiaely concluded that It went to could between himself and Henry, At aatlafy the longing! of aome thiei'a atomach. night both men were again at church, and Ha haa miaaed more than one of hi flock after the aervlcea, Henry ilattoned blmiel.' recently, but aaya he will nee the man that at the door, and with a big hickory atlck get the next. awaited hia man. On Sam' appearance, TllK Soiree at the College waa aa kitial he ruahed at him, paying no attention to a very enjoyable aflalr. The P. 0. K.'e bl warning not to come any closer, when in their Fan Drill and other acta had Saw pulled out a piatol and fired a ahot full ecope to dltplay their many accoiu from which hi antagonist died within ten pliabiutnta and charma, and their effort minute. Sam claim that he had not created much amuaement and enlhuaiaam, promlaed to marry the girl, aud that he l!y the way, It U now aaid that their lni will be able on tho trial lo aubttantiate the tiali ataud for I'lentr Good ltatlont. and aUteueuti here given. He it tald to be a judging from their alie and pluuipoeM, negro of good character, while Henry bore ibMwuri be the correct aolullon. beverai s very badrepuUtton, There had been aeleciion and one or two recita no arreati up to be time of our informa very well done, and alt teemed tion, bjUheiiegro waa making no efibrta to enjoy themielvea. lo escape . received a large awortmen of Sun Bonnet. 1'rice run L H. L OCAL TIME CURB. hama and from Waktkd. Country aide, 25 cent lo one dollar, II 4.1 p. M. ihonhlera; hlgheat market price paid. Mc 1'tiMtiftr train North..., " Boalh..., ' A Committee will ell the dwelling and Alialer A ilrlght. alx and a half acre of land belonging to LOCAL NOTICES. I'ARAaoi.K. Fan, White OowU, Icea the Old Semiatrr properly next Saturday and Hamburg Ivlglng. Liteat itrle and Hut l'AINTHof l'ennj A McAllatcr. loweal price at Koh't H. Lylle'e. The Commencement exerclaea of the (lasollne at at Penny Do an' Female College begin a month from laat McAllstfr's. The II rat Inatallment of the city by-laHalt, Lime anil Cenitnt constantly on I publiaed on our firat page, and every Sunday. Rav. Mllburn, "the blind man a A. usrsiey . eloquent," will likely preach the Comhand New xtock of Jewdrjr ami Kllrsrware at citizen ahould eruae them carefully. mencement aermon, l'ennr ft .MCAIiiKr'. hoxeaOowan A fitoner't toapjuat received at Hale A Nunnellev'a. Firry J. W. ItAYnr.K ha utt I have 4 bull for aale, one two year old and three yearlings. J, E, Bruce, A large number of farmer In Shelby have sold their wool a 20 cent, while our dealer aie paying 25 cent right along. J. D. Sullivan, of Owenton, hat purchased 115,000 pounds of tobacco this season, at n average ot 11 j cent per pound Gentry and Kiihsnk, of this county, sold 250 lop fed cattle lo Abe Furtt, In Bourbon, Friday, at 5 cent. They averaged 1,100 lb. BRUCE, PENNY DsP0E3C-raL-3El.3M:.OIS,I,S, & McALISTER DIII.lt III WARREN & CO. DRUGS, HOOKS, STATION EltYA FANCY ARTICLES. rhyslclana' Treacrlptlona scciirstely compounded Pharmaceutical Preparations a specially. Mr. J, C McClure, of Clark county, M 'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTANFO!U, ralrrl bt Lan-caal- hat fifty hen and (en ducks that have laid 2,800 egg since January, an average of nearly fifty egg each. Taylor Rice ha aold 100 barrel of corn In the crib at $160 per barrel. P. Fioiit. Last night Joahua Doram, the Smith bought 12 2-- y ear-olheifer at 5 barber, and John Cook, quarreled about a cent per pound; weight, l,000.-Rich-m- ond "young lady" a they reort It, when Dor-aRegister. attempted to cut Cook with a racr A Mr. Henry Gentry, of Boyle, showed acttfile eniutd and Cook wa thrown, but us some wool shrared from a cross between he managed to get a rock anil let Doram a Merino buck and a Cots wold ewe. The have It in the head, iplittlng open the cros make n very pretty and, no doubt, acalp. Bath were arretted. useful wool, being a medium between the Mt. Vernon. The Admlnlilratora of coarse Colawold and fine Merino. We were pained to observe while Catlett Conway aold Saturday to a Rich(Ivy.) ayndlctte a tractof land in Itockcaall ronntv, containing between 3,000 and 4,000 acre for $3,000 caah, The ayndlcate I compoacd of Gov. J. B. W. II. Smith and other gentlemen, Thia land lien on the headwater of Round-tonmond It V., DRUGGISTS AND PHARMACEUTISTS Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Toilet fiml ynnev Artlrtm, Hooka, Stationery, Tohticro nnd Clour, irinee, .Iqitom, ,le. Vhtwlctanm J'recrlptlonmnml J'irir- maeeutlenl JTreiKirntloum n Hveetaltu. passing over the Kentucky Central rail- road Friday, that so much of the wheat In Harrison, Bourbon and Fayette had been killed by the frost. It is estimated that more than half of it hat been plowed up to be put in corn, and where it hat not, tbe stalks look a yellow as they do at harvest- ! AlwayH wmM TIiIhXcw Mill, containing the latent anil a watch-maker- m ing time. Reunited. -- Some time ago one of the Hay A Sweeney sold last week in Cain boy ran off with the wife of Oweneboro to Nelson Morris, of Chicago Jim Ilnrria, and aha ha !nco lived CO head of cattle at G cent per 100; 100 at with him in the capacity of wife. Jim wore 51 cent per 100, and to J. R. Fant A Co , a piatol around for monthi, and threatened 52 head at 6 cent per 100. II. Scrogginr, dire vengeance agalnat Cain, but never carLouisville, bought of McElwain A Crabb ried hi threat Into execution. Frldty 10 twelve hundred pound mule for $180 he 'ml the old woman met, when they f II per head; 2 for $385; one for $130; one for on each other neck, klaaed, made up $135, and one for $160. Bowling Green and reaolved to leave thia region forever, Gazette. They had no money to go on, but Jim had Lexinciton Races. The first race on 40 acre of land on the top of Maaon'a Gap, Thursday wa won by Violator. B. G. Thomas' in 52 seconds; distance which he aold In Mow Elmore for $100, and on Saturday they atruck out to Indi- half a mile. The Merchant' handicap, a mile heats, wa taken by Burnam' ana aa happy a a pair of turtle dovea, In two straight over 8 competitor; and here'a hoping thev may alwaya remain time, 1:41 and 1:14, Burnam' Capiaa won the 3d rade, 1 mile for all ages, In there and In that condition. 2:12 over Armstrong' Howdye, the only Mr. Isaac Hamilton, I. M. at Rich- competitor. Tbe heavy rain of Thursmond Junction, received a letter from the day night made the track Friday a mass of mud and water, and all the favorite 1'. O. Department at Washington, commencing with these word: "It were beaten. Pope Leo won the selling race, miles, in 2.05; Tax Gatherer 2d, i charged that you are unaccommodating, Luke Fogle 3d. W. B.Feland ran hia and bealdra a democrat, and tbi ia aent Saraband in thia race. The Phoenix Hotel 1 miles, waa taken that you may have a chance to aii.xrer. stakes for 2d, J. I'. Doty, a republican, I recommended by Harper' Freeland, Monarch handicap Time 2:19). The for the poailion." We know nothing of waa woo by Hegiax in 2:22. Bagdad 2d. Mr. Dotv'a qualification, but o far a we Distance 1 mile. Saturday racs began tulle dash for all ages for a purse have heard, Mr. Hamilton ha given entire with Johnson' Lucy May it in stisfaction, and the effort to ouit him doe of $200. t) contestants; Belle tookRunny-meail2.07 over of not meet the approbation of a majority of 2d, and Ida B. 3d. The Ally slakes the beat citizen. The office it only worth 'or half mile, $50 entrance, $25 forfeit, $200 added, wa won by Clark' about $10 per year, and Mr. II hat no Belle of Mt. Koah, 2d, In 51). There pecial concern in the matter except that Vera; were 9 starter. In the third race Pride he doe not like thia method of underminlook the last two heat In a purse of $300, ing. and Monarchist tbe firat. Time 1:52, 1:541 ' and 1:58. MARRIAGES. d Bram-balettyeater-terday, 1 MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Ik now In full operation. We will Rrlnil Tor ciinI onicr, for tlie prcnciit, on Tncnilay, Frlila-ani- l Natunlay of each wcclf, anil on C'ourt-I)a- y ami all other public dayw. W'q Hollclt a liberal Bharo or patronage anil will emlcavor to give entire satisfaction. For nianulacttirliiR meal ami Hour, Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., Wheat, on hand and for Hale. HighcM canh price paid for Corn, Vc. Order, left at 31111 promptly attended to. . McAMSTJEIt A SAIiX.EE. E. 09 P. OWSLEY lias Just Opened a Fjno Stock of Consisting of r BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of oponing daily a Full lino of tho Host Goods in tbo Markot.to bo I sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxaminc. TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. E. It, CUENAULT. JOS. SEVEISANCE. D. II. ED.MI8TON. all e, Is. 2 GARFETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS am & 1 m In Canton, Mo., Tuesday, 2nd Inst., Mr. Charley Taylor, of Carthage, III., to Mr. 8 E. Owaler, granddaughter of the late Qile Andrew, of thia county. She i alao a niece of Gen. F. J. White. Mr. W. 8. Knott, of the Lebanon bar and Mia Liilie S. Pierce, of Danville, HI., were married laat week. Min Fierce ! well known here, having made everal a to her dear frieud, now no more, Mia Annie Craig. A aecial to the Courier Journal from Chicago aaya: An important social event will occur here on the 17th inst. Card will on Monda; be issued announcing the forthcoming marriage, at tint date, of Mia Allie ?ullman, daughter of A. B. I'ullman, Etq., Vice President of the Pullman Pal- ace Car Company, and J. Guy Owtley, Eeq , of tills cltT. Mias I'ullman ia one of our reigning society belle, and a young ladv of brilliant accomplishment, and Mr.Ows- ley ! of the well known Owaley family of Kentucky, and has numberleM friend and acjuaintancealn the South. vis-it- CASET COUNTY. Middleburg. RELIGIOUS. Rev. Wm. Cloyd preached at tbe Christian church last Sunday. Prof. G. It Waters' school i progressing finely. He has sbout aixty scholars in attendance, and ia giving general satisfaction. He deserves great credit for the manner in which he haa conducted tbe school since he haa been here. Mrs. O. L. Holme haa gone t3 Louiavllle to purchase her Spring stock of Millinery goods. Rev. J, it. Week ia at home again, after a tour of three week in Pulaski county. Mr. G. C. Lyon was in town laat Thursday. Mr. W. F. Fogle will start to Kansas next week to hunt a more desirable place than Middleburg, and we doubt that he finds it. There will be a democratic primary election held at the various voting placet in this county the 4th Saturday in thia month, to nominate candidates for all the county office. It I believed there will be quite a number of independent candidate but the ticket will be elected all the same. Would it not be well for those democrat who expect to be candidate! for district offices here, to announce themselves now, and have their names placed upon the poll book and be voted for at the above named election? The Sheriff or Franklin ia behind $9,SC0 in hia account, and the magistrates SIPRIIVO ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. GHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. XIuvcjHHt Ul received direct from the Eastern cIHch the moat elegant Mock of Fifteen ttudenta, all of whom have re ceived calls to preach, graduated Friday from the Lano Theological Seminary, Cin- n two-da- ia4el tljrere have ordered the county attorney to bring suit against him. cinnati, Ohio. John Davidson, while under the influ-- Mr. Barne- - ia meeting with hia usual ence of liquor, murdered his mother, in auccea at Versatile. He i preaching in Philadelphia, by breakir.g her akull with Odd Fellow' Hall, and atanding room la at the butt of a carpenter's hatchet. a high premium. Woman's True Friend. One good old church member at A friend In ncJ Is a friend Indeed. This none Georgetown attended Brother Barnes' .net-ing- s can deny, especially when assistance la rendered "just to hear him call the devil a liar. when one la sorely afflicted with disease, mors particularly those complaints and weaknesses so Ilodoea It au earnestly and gracefully." common to our femsl population. Every woman Dr. T. O. Summer, dean of the facul ahould know that Electrlo Bitters are woman's ty of Vanderbilt Univeraity, and book edit true frlsml, and will positively restore ber to or of the Southern Methodist Publishing health, even when all other remedies fall. A slugle trial always prores our assertion. They Company, died In Nashville Saturday, sra pleasant to taste, and only cost fifty cents a All persons expecting to attend the Bap- bottle gold by Tenny A McAltster. tist anniversaries at Hopkinsville on the 23d, 24th and 25th of May are requested KKW AnYKKTISKBKJTH. lo forward name and postoflice at once to J. W. ltu.1, Chairman. ELECTION. TheTreiaurer of the Biptiat Mission ary Union report donations for the rear, ' Then will be an election hsld In the town ol $107,982,57; women' aocletle, $90,132,27. Lancaster, Ky., at th National Hank, And it i said tint this It the beat report OV MONDAY, MAY 22, 1882, the Missionary Union ever made. For I'reaident and Directors of the Stanford A Lan School at Mt. Xenla was caster T. r. K. Co , at 1 o'clock r. M. The Sunday I W. VAMllKtKKR, I'rea. Sunday by tbo election of Judge E. W. Brown a Superintendent. Aa the Judge ia already Suixirinteodent of the Christian Sunday School here, hi Lonl' rOK NAIsE! day will be pretty welloccupied'hereafter. The report of the Book Agent, Rev. I have for sals st my Meat Blon J. B. McFerriti, D. D, and the Bonk Com. OF ALL KINDS! mlttee, read before the General Conference, PLANTS ehowa that the Publishing Houae of the And especially Church was so deeply in debt that it reSweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, covery was extremely doubtful. The excess lUlsed by A. O. rendition. All of liability over asset four year ago waa $123,150,4'J. The debta of the house "were Orders frciu a Distance Promptly Filled. drawing Interest "at the rate of $00 a day." Address J. T. IIAHHIN, The present report shows an increase of as Slsnford, Ky, actt of $49,810.15 and a reduction in the debt to the amount of $131,110.00, making STRAYED OR STOLEN! a net gain of $180,03321. The house la from uir premises, 1 uill from Wsyoesburg, now perfectly solvent. ou April 27, Mi, a itllb MILK COW and Calf HTKKU3 on a aoasi sad lbs and two landTstock ANO CROP. other srorrau. A liberal reward will b gleeo lor luloruialloa or lor their delivery. W. O. Peyton sold to A. M. White, HKttKUK W. VYayoealmr;, Ky. 325 acre of laud, 0 wile from Richmond, per acre. at $40.75 ONT M. C. Smith, of Nicholasvllle, bought for July delivery, a crop of wheat of 275 All pvrsous hating claims against tb estat of acres, at $1 per bushel. W. It.CbaudUr, dte'd, are notllad to present Since March 1 to dale Chicago packer them to lb undersigned Commissioner, properly have slaughtered 511,000 hogs, against ivrtiBw, ss tb law require, on or belor June 1st, ISSI. 470,000 for the same period last year. H. H. KHMINTON.tWr. IBiYI fltMHH IsTOTIOiTS, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Ever exhibited in this market. Now and ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX. RHADAMES, MOIRES, fiH20ae!?& TURNPIKE kas) &aii Silks. ALSO- A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Including Kiiii'm Veiling, Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, TamUo Cloth, tic, and iu facta nice aMort men tot 41-- 500,000 PLANTS! Dress Goods of Every Description. FULIs IsIXES Hamburg W Embroideries, India Trimmings, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, Laces, Iu eudleuM 3L.aclies' rVeelcweai-- , dcO. 40-- tr FANS, PARASOLS. WHITE CJ-A- GHDOZDS I.aHHM, -- variety, and a Hplendld auMorttHeat ol Glnghamis, Ac. 1 TIIIOI3E3 '03 ? N3UUVM 'aonua - jEv JbJ J5j L'S - We have added to our Mack u nice aHMurtwcnt erCarwetN,ItHgs, wit svihih, nan JL'aner, vc. GENTS' NECKTIES, C0LLARS.GUFFS ING GOODS. & GENERAL FURNISH; 10-- aliil determined ptfngjit' 'il Detroit Frt Vrtj iteamphr. A Burning Lake. To all Lovers of tho Trotting Horse. STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, umw Rnd nu piAocvneettmg Iw IM "WliatiswJfca?3JO It is said that from ono of the chief restrictions placed upon all input hi "An occau.J'alifJwflter en- naphtha wolli of Ituuta, tho liuiiid .KPOTBT,8TANroiU KY , Black's Ilimihlulon.ii.i ! xera of tho south, refusing ever to tirely surrounded by British ship slnwts up m from n fountain, and lmi vSTANTOBD, ICTT. Ilf ll;l;k'a (nko llio with of nllegmnce, and ao jranis nnti covcrai Irnllrri rv lirlliili ship formed a lake four miles long and ono WISE, with rrranli llamlUlonlin Hli" nf 11 Ulirr llnntu Dam, Kilt M Hit May 9, 1882 the day passed until the surrchdor. Tncsday Morning, rflrliralail liolt.r lr.nr l.lan.l lllark Haft. II and a quarter wide. Its depth is, apppflHAp'LtJvV nuAimin hjr Ilia rrnowiiwl lmiiin Imrar Amlrrw JariAin) however, only two feet. This s out of the nic.1 lriililn( mar Callr Mllkr. If rtr i trrr tt ttttu MnniHUfnln, -Tirreo fibers-- 6YawUi.J".tifout TlpioPall.. Tal.l.in orimft MmmbW, Ind surfaco of Inllammablo limiid HFatl.tAfiMi, IV lll IHtKKIO JOtlUKAt )on nf Dnror lit Inp )lnmnl, llrtl dam lir ino girls had now becomo a vourco ai) water. Tahlf la, Ac. IJnfWa McMfnc- -r 1r lm Xlwii.r recently bec.imolgnilcd. and TMa TRUTH ST ANGER THAN FICTION 01 niucn care, Matl.lt Work !'."V.'"1 '"Mof alalllnn, w,l,rr.M Oranrn lnh vm, ine icliooM . ! Iim Trr mvu .in jvm. iiivtin i... i.m...iA ed ait Imposing soctaclo, thopresentUi u? aa.i.mii;. thick ol til "ln.li N V Wlllroaaalhikini)flMtt IhitTraln-l'A Uh SMch. wen reopenm, ana vera noi iikmjjio f' ..Permitting an offico holder to rob black clouds of smoko being lighted nrallr nfi-tr.- 1 Elablnorw. A D.tiillli. Kr. l '! be soon. Thus it canto to as attlc nl ur-nl- th rrr in (tfiM r 7n Tin: nrAiMtfr, or ' nr adhx kamai. tlio jteopio and get into Canada with up by tho lurid glaro of tho central f.cllon IW to Iniurf am llrmlrnaniliithtralntrmtnl itgcs ot twelvo nml thirteen; they were tns swag. tronTlicrico reoy. Last wek J rraprfllilllr Invllr-- In rail and r tho hnrM trol. column of flame, which rose to a great STILL LEADS WITH THE AiirfM h. ha.xti:h hi.aiik, Tlio Iittlo girls wcro placet, iu Sa- taken lo Kentucky to finish their edit would nn American height. Tlio smoko and heat were "What course JO.tni nuMrurnl.ti. I'lrnirtia lltmar Itanrlll, Kj. nl on rpt' vannah to board, at a fcmnlo institute cation at a Convent. Their parting steamer take going from Now York lo such as to render a nearer anprotch tlon j with loved ones was bitter. Thov Liverpoolf" and the 1)0)8 intending u inalo ncnilo than ono thousand yards distance immy attho same plnco, returning to 'ado "adieu to overy loved spot wide' "Don't know It has liecn fo lnntr practicable. Suitablo means for ex KENTUCKY'S ROUTE OIINI..NS;) TlllUlldll TIMh TAIIM their homes at tlio cluso of each week. thtir infancy had known" with tearful since ono tried it that she would prob tinguishing tho firo wcro not at hand, oyes. .Mm. Hendricks talked long ably bring up in San Francisco.' Tlioso were happy reunions anil and it was feared that tho conflagraEAST AND SOUTH-EASCINCINNATI SOUniERN fl looked forward to as bright, sunny and earnestly with them, instillinc the "What is nnavy7' tion would spread underground in "A flintiA uuivwvcraa nf fliMA W iUMi such a manner as to cause nn explo oases in their lives. And almost fivo purest instincts of virtue, religion and uuu. Mfwtiiin v aa,W nt 1mi ON ANU AtThll HIINIWV. APllll, SO, M, Chesapeake & Ohio K.R., months had sped away when Airs. duty into tneir young liearW wilM nifl )i ultra Mrlilnli itan it mit mis mi rtm sion. This supposition led many of vu wmi Jixun ui wui iiuiro i ,Vts Train- - will run fellowi earnest prayers for their comfort and built up whenever an approprinton tho inhabitants DoVeign's health became so enfeebled vicin tho immcd.ato THAINi SOUTH it was thought beat to tako Mabel pleasure. Then tho last farowclls offers a chance to steal." inity to remove to a safer distance. .. U1 A fin iTiii from school. Then Claudia, finding were spoken mid sobs and tears, and "What are our principal imports Tho quantity of naphtha on firo was AND SELL THE BEST STATION. jr r. no a Ki. her lire so dull tvilltout tier compan they were gone, leaving a shadow from Ilussia? I'M. Direct Itnulo nllliotit ChniiRrnr (,'ara estimated at four and a half million u'.n ion, was not long iu persuading her where they had always made sunshine. "Nihilists and canaries." cubic feet. Tho trees and buildings BUGGY ON THE GLOBE I.tf. Onrlnn.tl (I) , IS t 00 S40 Col. Hendricks accompanied them " Wallon . .. I J' Papa to allow her also lo remain at M 4M t? -- tiktwriKN "What are Our principal exports to within thrco miles' tlistanco wcro cov roiNTj " .. 3i 9 l 5 0 0 40 on the way, remaining with them in Spain?" home. This was no difficult tusk " lllln.lfn FOR THE MONEY. Wtllliintlown ered with thick soot, and this unpleasIOW Mia is " Hi.ll.illlr ... Louisvillo for several days, that he M 10 rs t 16 10 4t Itritliirltyand "Wooden-headefor tlio old folks had missed the sunny lluntlnaton, 8launln, Our- ministers." ant deposit nppcarcd on itersons' " lforlown.. C7III 21 ll 110-- t IoIImtIII, lllcliiuon.l. and thf Miorlcil, ' UilDclonri) They might gtvo them some pleasure It presence of their pet, sorely. "What is agulf?". 73IIS 710 1131 clothes, and even on tho food in the SEND FOR CATALOGUE tlulrkrtland tnoit rmftlal,l Itouto Is " Nlcliolutlllr. 1105 were now indeed, alone; two of their sightseeing before placing theniratii "Tho distance between tho avorago adjacent houses. Not ouly was tho " lllth Hrldinfl). 100 I Sit " llarrwliburf Juntllon() 107 J 4) It) 111. IiYXUIIIIimu. I 01 sons being in business, at distant Convent for many years of toil and hotel clerk ant) tho guest who wauls a naphtha itself burning, but tho earth IIM AND TESTIMONIALS OF ll.lNVlI.U', K0NF0I.K 114 u It OB .'..in. .Junction (3) lit i XI places, two in the army, and two at study. One day while passing along front room on the second floor." Danitllt which was saturated with it was also IM " Norol. . , 131 t 40 114 "ID Att school, so Glandia's preseuco was the street, Claudia met her father, "Where are the principal whaling on fire, and ten largo establishments, HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN " SnmtrMl , IM S 00 lit Virglnin & North " Taltlll.. .. gladly welcomed, and her lifo joyous. who had business in tho citv. and grounds of the" world?" . 17 I oU IM founded at great expense for tho do Carolina ToinU. UC I II llrinonJ,., chance led thoin together. Slw stop. IM WHO HAVE USED THEM Mabel had been at home but two the district school houses of velopemcnt of the article, wcro de" CuuUrlanil Kalla. "In IM " OillwooJ .... pleasant expression of ur- - America." Ml S 10 .X 3S7 weeks when her mother passed away, l)ed w'tu ri'LLMi Co in it a AtTAriikD. stroyed. -IH! IIH.till 44J Xddress-" llockwou.! .... mt leavimr a void in lovincr hearts so Prise thinking he would have some MS 7 40 7 U) Alt "WhatiuUto climate of Peru?" IM) S M 7 30 (10 Kprlnj Ctijr k"u' wr" for her, but, alas, he pass Muasuhino Gkain In Bulk. To sorely, sorrowfully, desolate tbatnoth- "It has been red hot for a year past " lytoo....... 7t t t ll 711 cor titieia ami rurther lnr.atnat'un, aiidy la youruierral tlclel eluie, or addreaa W. W. raeasuro grain in bulk, multiply tho " H7 . 3M l70 U is ing could lilt. iurs. JJoveign bad ed on with not so much as aQod speed but is cooliogfl some." donror. Die. Kir Mil and I'aaacnie- - Ag't, Let- SO Arr I'lultinooti (), .... SM'IO Ki f 41 also two sons in tho army, whom her Sho inquired with trembling lip3 of Inglan, Ky "Where does our best coffee como width of the pile by its length, and her papa the cause of such coldness from?" TKAIN8 NOHTil. dithat product by tho height, then mother's love longed to clasp in fond M. SMITH, J.. lUy'Acu .Nlat vide by 2,100, and tho rcsnlt will give COLUMBUS OHIO. II. W. IIII.I.CH. embrace onco more, but tho feeble which she had begun to notice so much "From the grocery. STATION Uek'l Manairr. hx. tlrn'l Ag'l, It A.M :x. I IlKKKHKNCKJ. tho contents in bushels. If it is desir lamp which struggled so hard for life as sho advanced in years. This the HiciiMoap, Viaoima ITe "What is'absolutojnonarchy?'' rx I har (l:nw r wagona, Nn handllnf totfoul old man did not answer, but bade her ed to ascertain the number of heaped Brawiler had burned low in the socket flickihatlons ale., tbo "It is a system of government unChattanooga It). . .. . ... t 00, i 00 7 00 hart (lira rntlr I.te. IV.yee 8 10 3 10 7 10 ered slowly and was extinguished by "mind it not, my daughter, it will all der which oaVman does all the boss- bushels in a pile of ears of corn, ascer- pail four jfira all 80 far theboufht tliein, and I .. atlifatttan to whotma 0ROWH55 ' Dayton. Sit 7 11 ipect lo It alila death's icy breath. I shall not at- be right by and by." ing and keeps his eye out for cold poi- tain the cubic inches and divide by aeaaon than any ofIn Mil a treat tuanj mora lb la 7 no 7 10 Hprlng City u 130, (Sv SI in too pretlvua jure. Truittna; They arrived at the Convent late son, torpedoes and pistol balls." ' llockwoo.f .. 7 if 111 be2,818. tempt to tell the agony of those jou will Uabfato (llallordra.rimitl7( 1 ani, " (lien Mary.. 10 V. IU 10 70 NiriloLia llaxaa, UTtrjman. If, having a number of bushels, it is reaved hearts. Reader, think fur a on tho fourth day after leaving their " Chltwwxl. . . . IM 1117. II 4t "What is a limited monarchy?" Ufarctle.lDd. " Cumberland 1'alla. . moment, "It was a mother who had Georgia home. Tho moon had risen, system'' of government under required to find the corresponding "A ' llrecnwood tWISH IIM WohiTcLetn uilne GKaTLimx " Tatetllle . . ICI.1JII died," and you will know all the sor- throwing soft, mystical rays o'er? a which the people pay all the expenses number of cubic feet, incrcaso the your wark In Clarke cvunlj fur tb andaelllne II M tiaat luur I771 I IJ . ... ISO itself, yeara with th Lett aatlffactlon to ouraelrre and number of bushels row and anguish of those left behind. picturesque landscape. A holy calm anu ino ruicr nas an mo mu. 'Norwood. IM I tl . 137 Your buitglea nnlfrrullr " Danallle and the result will bo the number of euatotnera tie our cualsmaraar lx tha terr brtt " Danrllle Junetlon (1) 717 2 40 . Mr. DoVeign continued to reside at was upon everything nothing was to "Whatisarefiublic?" 7BJ for tba prlra Ibatran M bouibt In the rountrr. " llairodiburgJunrtlou(0 St IM, "Mouy Bank" with his family, par- heard save the distant voice of.tUe "A sort of an orphans' asylum for cubic feet. it; HUM la KonouneAl Your Combination Spring JU SVO1 HM infill liriuel3J IO to ascertain the number of by all to the (neat, aoftnt,llunr eaalrat riding tially giving Mabel to her aunt Hen flu us chanting their Salva Receuial criminals." ? In order au.1 Nlcbolaa tine. 741 3 41 . 341 buruy now In u. Your llrawalrr aide-bor tho chirrup of some frightened bird Lexington IS) " 4 0.1 IM 4U. . dricks, and the children became firm"That will io for the present. You bushels which a bin of a given size la certainly without a rival Tallng all wtfun " lleorgrlown. In all lt. 4 Si a9 they passed through the long ave we frarleuly aay that cannot ha er friends. " Nidletllle. 4 41 can take your seats and see which of will hold, find the contents oi the bin beaten In tha country foryour butrfre and dura4J ll SUi. 3itt atyle, dulih, " V. Illlatuitown SOU 37 After some weeks they were again uue. The scene was exquisite in you can first sUscover the correct an- in cubic feet, diminish tho contents by bility Youra truly, " Crittenden 33 310 i:L TaCMNiaTatMoau. tranquil loveliness. The breath, of swer to, Walton . 1311 e returned to school, and begau to ad14 celebrated navigator one fifth and the result will be tho 8rrlngfleld, Ohio. ir -- I7 00 IXU 7 001., Arr. aoelanatl il). Grain Review. vance rapidly with their studies. raro ilowers met them on every' side". invented the clay pipe.' " contents in bushels. t .... I... I au II . .at. aaaiv - llici HOW tr H.....U... Where tin la not glren train do not atop. ava..a.a.aaa.f. fi i Claudia was now more watched and The perfume of black honeysuckles Meal arnt a dollar for rallroada John Shrivcr was tho excessively orer two yeara, and hara notlook nearly aagnul re-aa centeringalatlona. I Connerta with all Kail and1 pair! on theiu, and they At an eveoHig party in Kelkhcim, at Cincinnati, fur lb North, criticised than ever. Her fatjier rarely and other familiar plants filled their X. Connetla with U C. Weal a I. and K. I. jealous lover of Lillio Cross of Phila new. natena.1 buotite or aeteral other went to Savannah that ho did not re- hearts in bittor sweet wondering, and in Genuanya few weeks ago, tho and Bud none aogotMaa tha Culuiabna rvada 3. Kentucky Klfer Hi jr 4 IVinnrela with 8 W. It. 11 f.r llarrudilxrg 8, Coiincrie turn with some disagreeable news for thoy were lost in fancy until Col. question aroMas.to How many kisses delphia. Una evening sue went to the IIURHr Company'a bun lee Krareirully. T. K. II01DK1. munv.vri iitox iUTri:n.s oro a iu 11 o jonnctia wun all di win, . a fellow, and minstrels with her graudparents. terglDgllnea lor all tlnltln the Mouth, Hon hrait It seemed the Hendricks stolo an arm around either could be exchaug&l between two lov- John eat moodilyanother liarhr until Conyera. flevrgta. n rcrlitlii niro flir all in her and Soulhwrat. . Mgbt l.aprrra and Arconiwoda-llo- u of them, saying: "My children, is this ers within ascertain epilco of time. A child was never to gain his good will; rt"ttilrliiK ft OaxTLluiN Thebugglea I hare bad of your lonloi rpo-clnll- y run dally, other Iralna dally eieeptSandaya. manufacture naie l.n nie entire utlifactlon. (mil jrrwt Ion. tjNiM-plfIntrr-inlltohowever well she did, or with what not a holy sceno before us? Clod youth offered to bet any ono present (ho returned, when ho furiously I. I'. Ull.HOS.Il.ul.l'. a A$l, sho They are thelat I hareeeer uard for the aame 0, WIHIDIYAIUI, huperlntrndrut. her. She retorted that IVrcru, Want r Appetite, zeal alio might apply herself, she never cram wnen 1 return nero lor vou tuat hfty idollars tbat bo. and Ins .... betrothed amount 01 money, loura truly, . . . . ...Imx.ii tirKtrvtiKlli, IjkU. of That was PCotuma, Uerryman. l.ncnnr. met his approbation. Oil one occa- i may una eacn as calm as this night, would kiss 1U.UU0 times within ten would never marry him rtc Knrlclici lltr MimhI, atrctifillir intended to quiet him, but it had tho Joplln, Mliaourl ttiAV ttfflM narmittiwl 1 sion she had her picture taken, which tlll.4 Imvitlfr lwv.fl n (ilnfiannf in.t.iifi twinea CONDENSED TIME. nn tlio iniiKC'le, . nml kIvcu new OmiiMm I hare with the her father seeing, commented on in iivo llOlllP. imnlntltitl.r Iwuitna nf ;. in lurlnU nf SnlnA alfrrjif. roIrBalltnon t OppOSitO tfieCt. Ifo MlOt lief nnd lllin manufactureofanddrallog ten coouected fur (fleeu llfb to tlio ncr(-Altai ULo a Xt .... If tllBV get Well, mill Jollll is yeara. Your work dare nl In buagleamutt factory look lite .. .. hnliMPM ., i.M... ..,m. .l.ub L such n sneering manner, sho never llom. ml ..u..a4.u4 in o,.nl LoartI. ,1.., im.;l,.-- la...aov. a k.ilfhrinr .lurtncr llmlself. clinrtu on Ihu v. eirKmia, ...u.v.ua.i.k ..wi ot 80nl e sweet work, but la emoothlr dnlihed In wuu.1. Iron bn fortified to battlo with the performance: His wacer havinc been Prlon- "IV nit tl)iri(lo forgot until the loving counsel of you may Minting and ttliumlag Material uaed In tor tlio pirl promises Cnlumbua lluKity Compaay'a butxlra baa pratnltha Kticli na tuxtliin tho AkxI, lo accented, thofttlianced ooupto address hearU again, old treacherici of the world. papa and mama brought back lie the btat. They run llbt. Kerry onela Heat In lltp Sloiiiai-li- , llrartbiirn, A Nun ha i ing eeu them approach-inc- , ed theimelvcfto tho ncherement of never to cd to a ' (how with anybody Ihlanf county who hate bougbt your bunlmaro mm:. otc. Tim only Iiim haii.ko.1i eLc, and lie admits that be acted too well pleaed, thvy glra the hral of aatlafacllon. met them at the door aud usher their task. "At tbo expiration of the They studied on, both ambitious oil ra truly, tlmtwlll not Miiclvrn lltu Ut'tli or K. K. Witt. Wlnchealtr Ilia. and determined to ascend step by cd them into a cozy parlor, and assist- first hour their account stood credited hastily. Klti) lirnilarlii'. Kolil by nil Drtii;-ItUtTKAIN8 (10INO NORTH. step tho towering peak of knowledge, ed them to removo their bouuets, while with 2,000 tcisscs. During tho second s, at $1.04) a bottle. Maacu I, IM2. A noted physician says many u un . and when "His grim Majesty" again en- sho talked brightly and cheerfully to they added raiiother .'thousand, ltllOWV CIII.MICAI, ro. simply by deep and rapid inhalLee IllrlituenJ do a in Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos. Itnlllititirc, Mil. tered tho family circle aud bore away them. She had eccu the tears swim- during the third 750 to that number. ations of pure air, becomo as intoxiLaneaater . II SO , . ! Ml " l.ltlentoo, . ... ,m U I. .. fRIKIf. the eldest son of Col. Hendricks, who ming in their eyes, and resolved to They were both )ruken down. The cated on oxygen as if they had taken Crab urchard. . - -- 'll Mi n tu OEWAnC OF IMITATIONS. Ntanlunl. .. was a prisoner of war at Camp Doug- make them feel comfortable. Sho youth's lips "were stricken with cramp. a draught of alcoholic stimulants. Hhelbe Cite I VO ' las, III. Ho was Claudia's favorite asked many things concerning them , and the maiden fainted away. Lnter Hero is a point for the mau who has ' lit " Mllrhellaburg. IUy Stallion, right bind loot and nrar front foot 2 17 ' uncle, aud her first great loss. He had of Col. Hendricks, and was surprised on in the evening the was compelled been walking rapidly homo from tho " Itianon . ., r.hand, high foalrd In 179, bred by " a white, 1... t . loved and petted the little girl when louiiu 11 mey nero noi ins tiaugnters. New llaeen. . to taKG io ner ucu wun a suarp attacK club in tho night air. i ii Lowell Citi- Chaa. lunn, Stanford, ljnrolo Co., Ky hired by .Mromngrr thief, the air of Marrel, Arr lbanon Junction. H... Col. Hendricks was compelled to of neuralgia!" An oven more distress tho tendrils of her young heart began " Cincinnati Junctlou. ,( zen. record 1 M, iland gall at 4 yeara tl " . " U.ul.,lll ... -. -first twining themselves lovingly leavo them that uicht in order to ing result ensued, for it led to the oil, lUnaC.7 20gallat3yean, Mattl Mcl. 1.10 f TO ' gait at a yeara, Abel AMtWab, 4 yeara; at The New York Sun is agitating the -- oxUare,"7 7lgalt at 4 yeara old, and other around all allectionato beings, lie catch the train at Lebanon at an ear- breaking off, by mutual conseut, of the TltAISS OQI.Ml fiOUTII. guillotine question. It believes it bet- good onea had taken the place of a father, chain- ly hour. The next day. therefore, ho mnrraigo engagement. lat dam br lieutlnel. record J EH., and Ihoalro Maaill I, Teal. r.s. nun. ter to chop a man's head of! than to of Von Arnlm. ing her heart iu holy gratitude. Af- arranged nil their future, and talking 7 72. twuibt Some men are boru gardeners, and pull his neck out of joint, but as long by Commodore N. record Kilnon recenllr0,000, 8YMPTOMS OF A W for SI 8 30 a in I.e. Ijiulaltlle. . ter this tho childreu were kept at lovingly to tho girls, promising to see Young Heotlnel, Itt, T. A., 2 00 n in home. The crash which made so many them at an early date, bade the Nuns some men have gardening thrust upon as tha victim ,o(xnt wliaf9 Vlrandlere, W MUnon,7 27U, Caul. tte: Lit. buqford.. " Crab Orchard. 2 60 " tlrand tmiilnel. 1.1.. tlenllnel. (I'atr'.l J Jo Arr Milngatoa LoaaorAppritllo, Uf well coatlro B 'CUI' the use or a chancer " i 10 Southern homes dcsolato had come. "be kind to my little motherless ones; Sentinel la full Vrolher to Voluoteer, that alamla Lre, Ijincaiter . the IleaU, wttrt a uult tenaetlon l'aln in SSO " In tha for workingia tho tith, a garden is atSSOOtheaeaaon, and la tha aire of HI Julian, Arr Itlrhtnond. Coh Hendricks being a stautich Se- they havo no'ver left uJbefore, and back part, I'am under tho bhoulder " lit V Cary, Coltimbiw Mr O, write' '"I reAord, 2llandol20iitheta with record of 7:10 blada, fttllnoaa alter aattne. with a cessionist bis property was destroyed their hearts, like our own.will be for a rather more inconvenient and vexa- tried J or better body or mind. hi aiertt n liiown'n Iron Ililten with mr little M dauby Alexander'e Abdallab, the Irritability of tamp r, if of Low aplnta. with PULLMAN PALACE CADS leaving his financial affairs in a sad long time desolate," and clasped thera tious than a respectable office without girl, whoe blood aeemed itoimnoil, lirr Ool.l.iullti Maid, record t H, Uoaallnd, airJIJi, a feollnaTof harlnp; n. glecta aomeduty. salary or perquisites. It wont do to kin being conntanllj coreretl will, pimple Thorud.le, 7 72',. JIalor Eilaali, 7, Kt. Miuo. To condition. His fences burned, stock in a loving embrace and was gone, Mcmitij, LI tie Hue . Mobile, Monlgomcry. Weariiieai. Lliailneaa, lutlertnc at tha 7 JO. allexaudiVa Abdallab by llyadyd'a Heart. Dot belora tho eyea. Yellow Hkln, and New butchered or driven off, cotton and leaving the children to sob themselves neglect it, for Solomon has given to and orf It lia cured Iter completely, the gran I air of Uaud 8.. retvrd 7 M. Eulgranta InTeiaa hare Orlrana. Jleadaoh aeneimly over tha right eye, thelrcliolcaoftwoioutra who take their ease in that way anil nil trice of impure blood in tier and the aire ol Kllrr. 7 I7J Nettle, 2 II, Crane grain fields thrown in one vast wilder to sleep and dream of their far away people llaalleaaneaa. with IitfUl drtama. Highly ela Mempblaorela New Orleana Time Much tilrl,2 20; Uairll,2:il, Jay (Joy Id, 2.71).', andM hia entirely diaapieired " tulcktrand rate lower than by any other oolored Urine, and Col. Hendricks' trust was not an ugly name. He has somehow ness of waste, negroes all leaving isave home. other with record' of 2 SO or brttrr. route. Ilia ateolh 3d dam by lied Jacket, ha by Cbmet, and baby CONSTIPATION. a faithful few, who still endeavored to betrayed. Tho Nuns were kind to made a man's garden a test of his Sherman Morgan. Ited Jacktl'a Jam waa aired br QDI0KE8T, OHEAPEST AND BE8T TUTTS TILLS lire cMrclllynlailI to a hall brother to Mack Hawk tho little ones, aud in time loved them character, and so many people read Bcrve a Kind master. aueh rnae. una iluaa etTrcl audi a changw 4thdaui aneitra road mare, brought Irom the f reeling n u nalmilali the iirferer. Col. Hendricks fuuud it difficult to almost as if they had always known Solomon that as soon as they get posL. anca. Merer county, Ky., and .tout to all polnta In Mlaaoiirl, Kanaaa, Illlnola, session of a bitofjand more than they Thrr Inrrrau. Hi" A.ellle,an4 - enuae the Indiana, Iowa, Nebraaka, Colorado, Arkanaaa. laid lobe of Meuenger bloul Meuvnger Chief subdue his hot Southern blood, which the spoiled, mischievous girls; and as hotly to TMlte (,i lt.ua ttii- ayitru la waa aired by Abdallab l'llot, Ilia aire ol I'lcard, Ouly ou ebang lo Chicago, HI Loula aud hait can spread a bouse over, he has given Moaarlabr.1. an ll jr lel.. T.nlr aellowioiith lur fuitbrr Information about ticket lo the !lgrtlr lltnaii. Ilrarular Kleitla are surged nnd struggled in rebelliou. At the day sped by they became general record of 2 JO, trial 73k IM Jim, Mouth, kanaaa, to'orado, an I (nlgrant ratea lo bonds to the neighborhood to be in lo 2 it. I'nre re iti aa Jin ra mj MU N. . times his good resolutions would fail favorites. Horlda, C. 1. ATJtllKt:, lat dam by Mambrlno Meaaengrr, the grand air dustrious. If he is behind hand in (TO 1IF. CONTINUED.) ofbcott'f Tliouaa.record2.il, and the air ofLe- - Or V (Irn I'aaa. and Ticket Agt., Uulalllle, Ky and the pent up wrath burst forth iu J. Anthony, Agt.. Blanfoid. Ky. w link I, n;,, his planting he ii sure to be reminded DYE. bitterness, defying tiie Yankees to do 2d dau by Mambrlno Chief, the all of Lady Ykau. Tho Egyptiaus, it in said, of it aa if he had been delayed paying I Tborne. record 2 IH'i; Woodford Mambrlno, 2:2IK; their worst, until anger spent itself in (lair Hainan WiuaxrM ihatignl taadUnar Mambiluo lilot, 2 n, Darkneaa, 2 V,'t. r, were the first who fixed the lenghth the interest due on his uote. If in 1ILACX by aaingleapplicatlouurit.tallTlc. 'BLUE-QRASIllni ROUTE ' fearless imprecations. 2 ity Bay Henry, 2.2J4, Drlgnolla, Any South- of the a natural colon acta Iiutantaiieoualy Mold year. The Roman year was devotiou to work by which he gets 79?4 y Drugglata, vr arm by eiprru on recelpl of II. erner who has seen and felt the rava3rd dim ty Imp Na.!in, known aa the for mcmkay .t kevt touk. introduced by Romulm, 738 B. C, bread for his children, the weeds orrim s BIICIL .f TI...U UlmuUm ul hunting hora of Lnglaud ges of war, who has seen day by day, TITTI i 4th dau by Teuii!, and it was corrected by Nuraa, 713 grow apace, he is regarded as little lUeMea. oUI be auUe laMt LB. B. 'tt"'mt some articlo of luxury and comfort 5th dam by Tiger Whip; dau by Darnaby'a liloiuede, destroyed by foes, can form some idea B. C, and again by Julius Ctc,ar, better than a man who puts up a soap by Cannula Whip; dam u. o., wlio uxed the solar year as factory where it will ollend the com ICtti dau bKhip'a I'aragon -- THE MtWT hovj the brave men of Dixie suffered 4a UOUTE TO 3G5 days and six hours. Tbie munity. l'llot waa aired by Alciauder'a Abdal. during tho rebellion. Mrs. Hendricks being self-cur- e was denominated the Julian style, and lat dau lllandlua by Mambrlno Chief, was kept busy caring for the sick, A Foolhardy Project. Capt. J ar IV IV A ! 2nd data the Birch mare, by Faikrr'a llrown II. of on of lb prevailed generally throughout the wounded and dying of both armie. apeclallala In th U. Bk noat noted and lot. (dau ofRuaallnd. Ill'x:!. Mambrlno Umn. Fred. Norman, who crossed and Inow roilcedi for Aerwaiua auieaillaV ger waa aired by Meuibrlnofi'ayuaaler, lb air ol yet her life was a sad change. When Christian world till the time of Pope auifcaotl, II eaknea aud IMaau. Heul ImI Jf Mambrlno Chief. Dau by Van ltanullrr'a dray the Atlantic with George TIIKONLYMNKKtJNNINd uplalnaealedanraloiier-aa- . DrugjUtacaaOllil. s Meaaeoger. lie li half brolhor lodollah and lola, her husband was absent daily, hour- Gregory XIII. Tho calendar of Addraaa DR. WARO & CO., Lo.UUa. Mo. and many ot the Drat troltera. Iola waa regarded Caar was defective in this par- Thomas in the Little. Western, (1GV ly, she feared to tee him brought In her day aa one ol lb beat trolling toarea llrlng. pro" ticular, that the solar year consisted of feet long by GJ feet ,wido,) now MatubrJuurayiuaater waa aired by old Mauibrl- OARS POTVSVLW home dead. Knowing him brave 3G5 v, .mi. aiv uj iuji days, 5 hours, and 40 minutes. poses to row across tho Atlantic alone. tfmr 4 aar I d atilaariikt and unflinching, he feared au outaf Ho says ho will use a boat built under r HKTWEhNand not ot ,1130 days, and G hours, Atuohir tlto medicinal inraui of f ltd llaW Utllirvtlr MIKI1irr-.la mm MESSENGER PJUNCE ! burst at uny timo that might launch rta 4 IMrSllllf ImM!"Sf. U....U his own supervision, about 12 feet long Iluatetler'a Mouiaili Hitler atauda Tin's difference at tho time of Gregory 1I.M..I.1 y aaBwratH waJHtrrnirMa . .. II cliccLa tho furtlur jirogrrea-o- f .7 liuu, into eternity, lie escaped a -1 feet wide, und f rpm 2 to 2J w. k.miik riei- - ' feet ,,a'1 amounted to ten entire by .1 all iliHonlera ot the (tomacli, liter awl XDXlllUtOIl llllll OIlKllllllllll. eiua M b. weeieiirr .reaiew aril, k, 1 llJMeHay Btalllon, no while; foaled In 1879. bred by 4.11. ni7T8tmlrH..iil,nlv until n.nf!f . t..- nrs.Lr4 IfcMer.latac iivim-.- i. ill. U.. deep, partly cgvered fore and aft. Ho lcN, rt'ilteatlie tltal .dninlna.rem.tannl Chaa Dunn, Stanford, I Incolnrouoty, Ky. a c,a.'8. f? ""'i1" th,,..w.ror Gr?gory Mwaeuger Chief. Blrcd by rvmeilieachllla earswere drawini: to a close. One tho actltitr will tako a floating eea anchor to keep of tlio kidnera, auilfaver. Inert lllae.tMaf " ortlaiued in 1G82 that that year should lat dam by Alcalde, air of llylaa, record, 2 7Uf. AdareM, nu. ill Tru, ta a. ma n, m. u.u, a. rountcriicte n tendency tu luormug lie sat on a step of one of consist a; (a cy TIMETA1ILE, IM EKrLOT ilAKCII 13, 1MI UTAIILIHIILII OtKK 1HIMTV aKAUa. ami la of 355 days only; nnd In 1751 tho boat's head to the wind while he ageil, Infirm and a genuine ttay awl tolace to Enigma, 2by torrlguer,Day, 2 M. 2d dam tho out bouses cleansing a rifle preiienoiia Kixua. sleeps. Ho will have no fire, but it 3rd dam, Koe Mary by Imp, Horerelgn; HARRIS BEHIDY CO.LMS'aJ i or aalt by all JiruraUta and Dealer paring to kill n beef, when a Yankee it was ordered to be bo used in Kng-lau- lamp, aud will uso prepared food, Itli dau by I mu. Lerlatliau, 7 so a u 7 It pui l.e. Islington .. a Ml generally and tho next year eleven days rr1. af Stb dau Juliet by Koariu-o- , " Mayxllla.. p Ul 6 15 a iu " soldier, ono of his former neighbors, a WB PROf.rUWilS'l'AStlUtrHWOr C b dau Illank br Mr Archr. colToo, ami carry about fifty " l'arla 8'M am 3 W i Ul were left out, the 3rd of Sebteuiber, low insolent creature, rode up with 7lli dau by Imp l';che, by Sir I'eler Telle; " Cuthlaua.. BA1 am 5 (0 p m BWal. . ...a.'aU.BBl Irwa ,.!!... ..4 ra.al. laaUL. gallons of water. He thinks ho will by llahby " raluoulh Illr aita.al,e kik.aau.ia a4 am 4 W p ui A3DALLAH GLENCOE! SVtbli dau Hperanue, Hordeaui, to Bailiuu, by Arr. Cincinnati. 1111 insulting oath, asked what ho in- 1752,being reckoned on the 14th, so make the voyage in lOUdays. own inter dau I Si . "!?? '"" eaaaeaaeaaea. II 49 am 6 JO p 10 fll as to mnko it acreo with the Urecorv r. up tended doing with tbo gun. On bciug loth dam ty Virago, by Ruap; Iaralitogtouit I Up iu and arrlie at Maya. (I..H.I calendar. (.;., lll,, II, tomi , kU1 u T, Bi.,:.i, eatoMlaarrmaeadirAJl inTho duties of the gtuuino dyed informed, he gavo the lie, and point Till .I4 p u, (re 1'irlor Car Iran llth dau br .Hack aud all black br Crab: 17th dau Mlaa tfluioerkln. by young Tru lllue: Islington at 7 IS p. m. aud learea simon-pur- e Ua UK aueaM a4 aude .1 1.1, h.i naM w ing his gin. nt the Col. . breast, would editor are miilti . l.l n A St. Louis dog, recently deceased, itio wool, I9lh .lain I.. uui.I al'.,.l full Al.ui..; alaMaaa. t luciuuaii atiu ui w.h ...h. vj In.. va.iv,.,, I..... 14th dau by Dr. Archy'a furious and multitudinous. His work nave given tlio lata! snot liad not was u property holder His estate ltoyal t-m- r Clue couum tlon mad inClncliiuall fur all polota is not only to "do a lijtlo writiu'," as timely interference warded off tho consisted of a houso aud lot left him lorelguer waa aired by luip. Ulenoe OUE TREATMENT. North, Laat and Weal. Him lal ralra tu 1 mlgrauta. , iiiauaiu. lurrina waa a nua rate mare at all Aaklh Agent at th but to cull, to blow, which took cflcct io the foot, by hu deceased manter. d pliira for a -- . y..ata . There was a is soinetimea suppm-vddlalaurea for her berformancea aru Turf lleglater. the "lllue (Iraaa Ituut " A certain core for NerveiM Alcad indicting n slight, though painful trustee, of course; but tho income was glean, toielecl, to discriminate, to deraaalretlbr Mambriuo Cblal from Mayaillla aud Islington loClu. MY (JIMI)INl fcTALIION, A1IDAI.LAII Dobllltv. Seminal wuak. lat dam by I'llo , Jr , Ih air of John Morgan, auld at wound. Mrs. Hendricks was now in will atauj Hie J..1"'"; nosa, Impotenco, ete. spent for payiug fur ride, to observe, to graep, to explain, (ll.KNdll-- iiilU-- liom lluaiuurille aeaa n at I my recerd, i.H. V lot Tempi. 7IJi, Tackar. ItA. iliinallratea on reduced ralra. and wealeru houaehold guoda o. T.lll.r Unroln llou... of ih Weal, 7 Sii1,,, lleurral to elucidate, to iuflate, lo' boil duwu, liable,ouV, iliaiourllle for jyj Yoara much distress scarcely kuowing what tho animals food, lodging, and attend addreaa ..."" jwroaoaou m my practicegUlng full CIIA3 A II Art I. hH', hy , n and anllluairatedbookoftOpagea and Llbetty turnpike, bherinaii. m.. and lb grand air ol Maud H den Kuiliratlon Agt , Coiltigloo, Ky to do. Tho schools were all closed and mice. He was it handsome spaniel, "to do, to bar nnd to suffer," and sevfKtlouefora.lftreatineBLfipntfreO. record t Mauibrlnuliin, 7 Voltaire, 7 71 ATTi: due when the mar prorra hcotland,luk liy. llylaa, 7 71k; 10,Hilly Huaklua, DOI.MIIS ' (I PAT A, I I. HKOWN, D&T.WIUIAliS. 4SaXSilrOJiiJ !vJ 2 only tho childreu at homo. Mr. Do and ta not made vain by his wealth, eral hundred other verbs, with a large To luaar a ooIt,hi'mry J ioV, lllack l'llot. I 30, toboluliial lralliiir llie niara (urfelta Veigu had disponed of his property but associated freely with common number nf other dmtricla to bear from rant aud makra ibearawiiiiuouey dun tbo Into.- M dam by Hlackburn'a Whip AIII'AL' A tomblnallan of JVtv. .All iu.r..ll.lll lau.iarkbay lihanda audliu-th- e atThaabov boraea will make the ataaon of Ika7 Newsdealers' llullctiii. aud gouo lo a distent city, eugageU in dogs. At his death, a few days ugo, high, yeara old II baa Ironed In i ISotrr -- Chaa Dutin'a, 7k, lullia from hlanford, on IVrurhm tiutlilwf 1 a.u.a iiraocu a lev, ou mu irotu siauioru ana aev alow track wltu two tu.wha handling. purchasing itock for the Government, tho trustee had him buried in u costly liarkuml i'JiuMjthoruMlH r ii k I While a man was sitting iu tho fluluia proren bluaelf a good breeder of combined a lmliilnUr orl. '171 leaving his youngest son and three cefliii, u heurfo convoying fheremuins Abdallab Meeaangrr at boraee, baring produced arnuiof tha U.t only itrtiHtrtittun efirun crotch of a tree sawing ofl a limb, at mine mate AMaiun tiiiuroe waa aired walker I'ainllle ilka. loal. Meweugrr i'rluca fill to lo a mar In at 113 that trill Hut Uurkrn th by Jo daughters with his brother in Jaw, quite ceremoniously to tho grave. Saginaw, Mich,, tho crotch split as Ahdatlah, he br ot kluio, he by Alrtardrr'a Ab luaurla a niaralu foal. Money due aa Boon aa tb tetthtim rhururirtltttlevf fact U)l. Hendricks for a timo tumble to Addreaa a.tetlalur.1 dallah, hahy llambletoolan, lai dau by Willie; olhrr Iron ftrrpatutlotiM, the limb fell, lotting him down into 7nd dam by a I bavo iuet Ha llAara.ua Iiujm lu llgre unknowu, llie, ami la an einerttucvoi DUNN, (IrMUllrNi Tiara tu ineuictue, nave uivcr fuuud auy llilni prove a tafo protector, therefore Mrs. Au Italian princess lately married, U rtUlta tlaat till lllUTIIll, 3rd dam a thorough-bredoubla-htaStanford, Llucolu county, Ivy. i twi nlr-lluatard lrapeMla. Hendricks bad to prove n shield and had her Irvituxau mado in Paris. In the ocaiiig thou closing on him. It uaroi 'A a to bla breeding uallllra, I refer 1 the Iitox TiWtc dma. In many ituna of 74enrua I'roatratlon, rriualuDuH-aMUieblood tlda ieerlraa remedy, lualu my liauda male aouiowuu'lerruUurea, took an hour of chopping and prying following eemleiiiru J J lrye. J K IfVinillcirouHiiuinui aomanf our moat eminent i hyalilana. have )lelitel tu ltd gnat aud guide for them all. order to let her know how to wear hor to get him out.of.tbojrap, und stfvcraj H fucker, Caliln Carpenter, J I' UUIe, DRUGS AND GROOERIES, I tmcrtblilujinfcrrc loauy Iron prtparallou uia.le. In (at, an. ii c,miijuuJ olvJ. W, Wealherford, u lour I lie, and U 11. . IIU. HAUTgu Ihum 'Iomil U a Claudia aud Mabel's dav were dresses, nud what to wear under them, Du. ltilUhltl' HAUI Kl.s, In my pracikr kit ribiwere broken by' tho squeez- HurB.lde. Stanford, Jloa Ua.h Avenue. hr Ijiuia. Mu . Nov Mill Iwl Ou and after AraiL I, WtJ, I tirouae lo aril ouly - i -pent tranquilly; thoy became almoit the dressmaker tent with each toilet of hlwJX for ca.h or louutry produce My alock ol Druga ing.' it (fee ttUttr tu thetun in constant companions of Charly Hen- a little doll attired from head to foot aud la lull aud touii mif BOB alao MoELROT, a place duwutlrorerlea loweat caati figure,tela, aud markedI rAe urni ftftmnui ri anif tu the dliittlr orrra aland at tha earn dricks aud Victor l)e Veigu, engaging exactly as the lady herself should be No ouo has yet succeeded in discov- My line Jack, will uuat bar Ih luouey for them, or aucb aillilra e iirrwii tiiBltm, tnuUn(r AT I.IUUT liOI.r.tHN prvduieaa I can handle, audi aa lumber, timber, it mitpllaaU to tlrntral inlall their sjwrts aud patimes. Cut. dressed shoes, stockings, skirts, head ering tho Nor&'PoraVaad "it is now To luaur a mate Iu foal, ou aame JtfUlltlf, iMit af .Ifl"-lll- f, aa alaivaaud all Ibauroduilaof Ibafaim aud dairy. Hendricks, though for a long while dress, gloves, and every detail being suspected that the !Eiqui mail x chop- aliv, Koralie, arliou and alyl Ihla l'roMlrtill-- n Ac. Ac. lIlTeuieacall, f fful JVieer inf JmNjfeiiee i:. N. UllOU, using crutches, was us pf old, c ner- - reproduced in tlio co.dumo ot tho doll. ped it up for kindling wood years ago. H, fOVVI'.l.l.. April, 1I moa MANUFACTURED BUHE DR. HARTER MEDIOINC CO.,213 N, MAIN ST., iT.LIrwr.. HhelbyClty, gy. li gello j ""' onor-niou- mmm .NTHEWORlD. i lt I ,. ri u muni i n Hu,-lll- I MtffiTBttY I I a d 11 .. URD t ' alJe-la1 ziftr cV dUi-Ma-- ..... ...... one-fourt- IRON miu. IJ mPmm 'hftt I BITTERS 1.1 1 n' t, iUki-mIi- nt ... nrnt-iiln.- I E& H tier-sou- E. Ilf-- J WEAKEN, .. Abdnllnh Messenger! li.ntilh-Juoello- .iU ! n -.t - in .... 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