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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 12, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882051201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 12, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' rp Stem - Heelto X.-NUMBEll M mfefli IS, 1882- - iwtftwL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER VOLUME Sniu-MtrlilB 510. A STANFOHD, KY.. FRIDAY. MAY Crtat Man. Thit mm li ami li alone, Who Mrva a f rmtnpa not lit own, I'or neither prli nor pell Content lo know ami lie unknown, Whole In lilmaeir. Btrornt la that mm, h only itrong, To whine, will litlnnf, I'or aerflre ami lel (lit, All pnwen that In lee of Wrong EatalilUh Itlgbt. Anil free lie li, anj only he, Who, from hi tyrant unilont free, 11 forlunaaniltimajrr.1, Ilia power upon hlintelf, lo lie tlf tilmaelf oliejeJ. 42. nitriorJfournnl Editor and Propn'ohr. W. P. T. WALTON, WALTON, R. - Butlntts Manager. Pick Suiiscriition, $2.50 ORDINANCES Annum. CM S AND OF STANFORD. OF THE Hrc. 37. Any ron oilier Ibon n officer of Hit ell or county, or commIalon. tr or receiver of court acting officially, of mII cily, who hll within the Hmll at pnbllo mIb or outcry any Vicllon or good, ware, merchandiae, or object of trade, not hi own, whether for par or not, without hating firat obtained from the clerk of Ilia city council a llcenae therefor, a provided herein, ahall lie fined not lea thin Are por more than twenty dollar for each oflenae. Hrc. Its. Any perron other llun a cillien of thin cliff who Khali, within the liinila of mIiI cltr 'ell publicly, by anniple or other wine, any good, warei or inerchandlae, (life iock or farming implemenU and product! excepted) without having firnt obtained from Hie clerk of Ilia city council a a llcenae therefor, at prorlded for herein, hall be fined not lc than fire nor more dollar) for each oftenae. than twenty-ArHut nonreeident merchant may tell, by ample, lo reatdenl merchanU, who buy any of tucli mercliandUe to resell to without becoming llabla under lliUaecllon. ;I9 Any peron who aliall, within tire, the limit ol Mid city, and not a rlliten thereof, travel about tlio uut with good, ware, merehandlao or other article lor the purpoaeof gelling Mine, are hereby declared peddler Anr perron wddllng within the limit of mIiI city without hiving obtained from the clerk of the city council a llcenae) therefor, a provided for herein, halt be fined two dollart (or each article old or ofTcred for ule. Hut thit thill not bhpIt lo peruana telling fruit, vegetable. country produce, or agent telling book or naier by tubtcrlptlon, or peddling uiapa or chart, or atatutrr, or ctalinga telling to erron of planter of parit, or 1 e cm-toiu- or other public projierly of the city at the rale of one day lor each dollar of tald fine. Ilmih a man there he, where'er Provided, thit when Ilia defendant I In Kenealh Ihe Bun a D.I Moon ha (are, the cuttody of the court, nnd doc not pay It rannot fir iralaa; or replevy the fine. It thill not lie nece-tr(Ireal Kaluri hath him In htrraro, ta lue acapia againtt linn, but the Her ratine It hla. court thall order him to be confined a above provided, StocHngt. Hr.r CI. All perron held to work a "Noxt time you visit a bathing reherein provided, thall be treated humanesort," tays n lady contributor of tht ly and luriilahcd Willi comfortable lodging and wholenome diet, hut hould they Ban Francisco CItronicle, "look at the refute to work a directed by the jailer or dozens of dillcrcnt limbs splanliing or city mariiai,iiiey ttiaii iw lined not ex. aroiuul, and you will rcalizo that to Will practice reeding leu dollar Any perrort unlawand In the Court of Appeala. the stocking (itiention fully relating llio tald peraont, or ecap-tn- properly study The young girls of tho country, be- couDlle should begin nt a watering place. fore entering upon love affairs with or attempting to eacipe, ahall be fined you PEYTON. MA8TEII8ON "When Mis Slimslianks goes in excitablo young gentlemen of tho tenA.l' A.T'X'01tNJi:v CA1KT COUNTr, an amount not exceeding twenty five do1XD KX1HINKR fOR llar. bathing the wears ringed stockings. der age of sixteen, should provide LIIIKKTY, KY. 8rx 51 Kadi member of the city counWill practice In ill the Courta of Ciey and This 11 not because alio is a belle, but themselves with pistols, and never alrauntlpa. and In Ihfl Court of Arreala. cil ahall be allowed the turn of one dollar mako her legs Offlce over attention alren regular meeting of lh cily conn because. Ihoso kinds low their lover to "cot the drop" on HneclalPlrc' ttore. to collectlona. for etch It. T. cil liter may attend. If any member fall look larger. of "Longitudinal stripes, on the con them. Mr. Alfred Drake, a youth to attend each regular meeting of the city DU. J. O OABPENTEB, snot, yesterday his sweet council, auch member ahall he fined the trarr, nro the especial property of bt. l'aul. KiaTUCKY heart Jcuniolalkner, a schoolgirl BTANFOltn, unum of one dollar for women of forty, who nro fair and fat; because she would not clopo with him, let heoan give a Mtitfaclorr excuae to the Office of er IlobU S. Lytle'a alore. Office houra and streaked nnd speckled hoso are slightly wounded her, then ran down city council for audi from 7 lo 9 a. u ; 2 to 1 r. .; 7 to 9 r. u. Hue 65 Firtt The city council hall generally worn by tluno who do not street tinder pursuit, and, finally, put real power of a pretty hold It regular meeting on the firat understand the I.EE T. HUFFMAN. his revolver to his own head and kill Thurtday in e.cli month, at the law office leg ed himself. Mr. Walter Holliday, of o'clock r. of J 8. A K. W Ifocker, at i w i:.ni. iTi.n ..:.i ..:i. n ...I UTANFOnD, KY. Atlanta, was more considerate, M, from April lat to September lit, and ?i Office Houth aide Main 8Uat, two door above r?j 7 o'clock r. M. the real of the year. All , enc??e? ,"' lj'"m.tlnl-flw- W Myera Hotel. his darling refused to stop dancth admlnlalared when reshows the alltlnga of the council ahall be public, un- - or light blue, Theso aro ex- PuraNllroua Oxld Ga ing, he shot himself. quired. . lea the council may order a tecret meeting contour ami outline against mo water treme cases, but they should act as Second. I at. Calling roll and noting ab- background. B. C. MORGAN, D. D. 8. warnings to young ladies how they of laat DENTIHT. sentee. -- J. Iteading minute "The samo rulo that applies to Will be In Manford two weeta a fellow the goose. meeting ind action thereon .'M. lleporta bathing custom and costumes applies "givo of each month, from firil Monday. IJental rooma of cilr officer. Ith. Heport of commit llotcl. orer McAUter A Brlaht'a. tee 0th. 1'rctentntion of claim again! to everyday life. For this reason : A "My darling!" ho whispered softly InSUAaaph AtUncter twoweekaof each month Sroitan.1 merchant. d girl, when she bathes, dresses her leg to himself, "Uod has niado us for from third Monday. DenUlroomtln Haaon House. the cily and action thereon. Ctli. Six:. 10. Any perron who ahall exhibit Hee algn.l I'ure nltrou oiia gaio auroiniiirrm buaine-- a from laat meeting. 7th. New for show. Ho she docs in ordinary each other, 42 If anr aliow, circu, menigerie, mintrei and we must nover bo when neceiury. everyday life. Tho only difference is parted. Without you mjr life would troiie, theatrical troupe, or other per- bliainea. livery propoed rrolu-lio- n Third: formance within the liinila ofJdcitr CIIL'KCII DIiaCTOItl. or ordinance, thall be introduced In that in one she shows it, nud in the be as desolate as tho subscription book without having Grl obtained from the other sho don't.. But accidents will of a Milwaukee paper, my whole ex of the city council the proper licence writing. clerk SOUTH. Kav.J. 8. 8la, night. therefor a provided for herein, thall ' Fourth. Kvery member of the count il, happen, nud most women like being istence a 'horrible dream from which METHOUIST, every Sunday morning and School Meeting Thuriday night. Sunday preventing motion, peti prepared lor them A nd Prayer be fined not lea than ten nor more than or any periHn nurnlf onlnrv f Imra tviti tin at V.OO a. u. J. 8. Sima. Superintendent. Tbe In aildrcaeing the fifty dolUi for each offenae. Hut no audi tlona, or other paper, or Woman'a Mlaalonary Society meet here on the lat ,? "A girl who wears black stockings Lillf.i,rn orn.nM0i Sunday In each mouth, at S o'clock. Mrt. T. T. iletohla leet.anu llcene hall be reuireil of anr cienlinc chair, aliall prealdirfg offieer by reipsctiuuy is cither tleciaeuiy wicneu or so old ter.jn.tne the title of raustacho with oiio Uavleaa, Preaident. aildre the Sprin or profeional lecture, or for any concert " that slio kuows nor legs are not ot in-- , iiarjl( ho gcnlly piace1 tho other upon M. Dal'CK, Paator. Service or exhibition given br a tchool, or exclu- "Mr. .Mayor BAPTIST. Rav. J. l'ifih: When a member I oil led to or- jicnamiainuHii.iugimmm. sively for the benefilof any chool,or cliurali, Aphrodite's shoulder. The girl did night. Prayer and Fourth Sundaya, morning and Meeting erery Wednesday Mt der, he ahall Immediately take hi the most seduct - n,)t raovo 'Plain white aro ;u ho touch(,a heri or for anr charitable purpoto A Sunday School at 9.30 A. H. K. E. Barrow to II Any 8 enoti who hll keep n until permitted by the chairoe proceed. A glimpse of a dainty black jbllt there WM gtiu Superintendent. rcsponse, permitieu to ive. hixtti: ,Mi memoer mail tavern within the limit or id city with, Worhlp by the congregation boot capped by a few inches of snowy G Who can CHKISTIAN. day. 0 8tl,pected nothing. Cox out having firt obtiined from the cily peak irrelevantly ,r, or beaide the ipie stockings vanishing amid mysterious blame hig plIre inn0cence? The dress on Firat and Third Preaching by Dr. J. W. Lord'e daya. Sunday School council a liccnie therefor a provided here lion before the ooun.-officer, who I reiuirel and rustling masses of white skirting, at 9 IS. Joa. Seierance, ruperintendenU Seventh: If anr In, thall be fined the turn of twenty dollar Chicago Tribune Ito was padded. Rev. I. H. SOUTH. for each day he may a run, or twenty dol- to lofO, tlull tail to give bond within moro enthralls men than tho glanco mance. PUESBYTEUIAN. thirty dav after hi election, hia office ahall School at 9.10. John W. lar for each dar he may run after hi of a flirting oyo or tho tremor of n Rcut, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on be vacated, anil the council ahall, at the llcenae ha Iwen declarel forfeited by the Peter Hendersou enys : "If garden Wedneaday nlghta. hall not be next meeting, fill the vacancy. The coun- ruby lip. city council Thi liceuae "Neglected wives, let mo givo you seeds, when planted in the Spring, aro lie be of good cil aliall alo, by election, Gil anr vacincy granted to any one except character, and unlet he I prepared to en- which ahall occur after tl regular elec n point: Kncase yourselves in a dain- firmly pressed wbeu under tho earth, Gil the tame College. tertain traveler. And Ibe llcrnte thu tlon, where It hi the right to ty wrapper, nnd leave it open six by tho ball of the foot, at the time fitw. 00. FirU The mayor may revoke granted thall be accepted by the per'on iuchoi at tho bottom, so you can show the gardeners are putting them into perlorm-ancSTANFOHD, KY. obtaining the licence, upon condition that any licente for any exhibition or they will invariably or other thing, which, in hi opinion, your feet, l'ut on a pretty, low cut the ground, tranferred; that he keep an It thall not outrage the moral aenieof thecommunitv. slipper, and spend more tasto upon grow, drouth or no drouth; and what orderly, quiet houtr. and upon a violation Second: lie aliall tee that all of the olu- -' tho Blockings you wear thau you do is still more important, they will With a Full Corps of Teachers, of anr of aald condition, the cilr council ccra of the citr perform the dutie of their upon the ribands in your hair. may declare the licence forfeited. spring up earlier and grow faster, and Tbtalnatlliitlon opened He Twellth Sewlon on the 2d Monday In September Int. Sro 42. Any person who thall atl by reiective officet, and thall report to the "Show these same feet unostenta- mature better than any of their kind retail In leu nuantltie than a quart, at a council all drllmpienciei which may, in tiously, in fact, bashfully, to the lord which have not been subjected to this . ....It li. nnv manner, come to hi knowledge, t.... ...!.,.. ..... ALL THE RKANCHES OF A Third: When the mayor .hall remit any of tho house; keep them before his discipline. This same rule ot preswithin the limit of wid city without having ),. Gne or penally ImKed In the city court, eyes; dress yourself so on every op- sure holds good in transplanting trees, firat obtained from the city council THOROUGHENGUSHCOUBSE cenae to keep a tavern in tald cilr with the be thall endorte the tame on Ibe margin portunity, and then, mark my words, shrubs and plants." privilege of retailing tpiriluoua, vlnou. or of the judgment In the book in which the nu other woman can uvqr touch his Are taught, aa woll u amo i entered, and the court thill lliere-b- e A Texas paper says : Some people mall liquor a. provided for herein, ,hal fickle heart. fine.1 fifty dollar for each oirenae. ion itay all proceeding thereon and MUBIC. TUB LANQUAQKB, DHAW. Hut tho editor should ter proiwr ordera In the case In conformity "When poets liko Swinburne, Ten- think it strange that INO AND PAINTINO. ahall not apply to druggul nyson and Oscar Wilde sing about charge for printing obituary notices. Ii,,uoM with tald endoraemertt. telling tpiriliiou. vinou or malt Sci' 0, If the aneir fiil to perform kissing tho dainty, soft white feet of They evidently fail to consider that it fn, m.llrlnil i.nrni mmn the nrencrlll- law, Unnr. ,,!,.. fri.n Nn .up), lirrna ahall hi dutie according to cleik or to retutni line women mey jove, moy oeiray costs money to print a paper. The in Ibe t! merchant charges for the shrouding, be granted to any irson of bid character, Ida book o the cily from IZ5 to S60 In th In Tuition, price, fined-bthe their sex. Men do liko pretty feet the undertaker for the coffin, the doc- regular IKptrtuitnU. raiife Primary, 123; Intermedial! nor to any perron not able to accommodate fpeoified bylaw, he ahall be exceeding twenty dollar- -, 130; I'reparatojy, 140, and Collegiate, 140. legs, and will to the end of tho and ai tavern k eeper the traveling public, nor ' c"r tor for the medicine, and the livery OS tmt: The treaaurer aliall keep world." lo anr one except on condition that he Cor full particular,, aa to Board, Ac, addreaa man for tho hearse and all their bills a full and true account of all money re keep an orderly, iiuiet hoate and taloon; him or tuid Qmi AnXiut. Tho most familiar are paid without a murmur, yet they HKN. H. V. TKUKMKAKT, lrlurlHl anj llul lie win not ten any tpiruuou, ceived by him ahall, out byregular meetSecond. He at the Stanford, Lincoln Co.,Xy. objects about us aro often least under- expect nn editor to buy a paper and vlnou or malt liquor on Sunday, nor keep hi taloon nlxm on that day, and up- ing of tlie city council in July and Febru- stood, and probably few can pause to type and presses and hire printers and on a violation of the aald condition by the ary of each year, make a full detailed What is gum ara-bi- o pnut obituaries free of charge. iisk tho question: of the amount received by and ieron obtaining I he licente, the city counand from whence it comes? In by htm during the tix month precil may declare the aame forfeited; and If There is a baby depository in Cleve-lau- d -- STaxruiu OTKKElie thould continue hi builnea under thi ceding, and furnifdi the council with all Morocco, about the middle of Novemwhere women can leave their paid by him during ber (that is, after the rainy season), Dcclion after hi licente ha been declared voucher taken in and the time. and have them LANCASTER. babies during the day, KENTUCKY. forfeited by the cily council, he shall be SlcO'J. The clerk ahall, at the time be a gummy juice exudes spontaneously well taken care of for 5 cents a head. fined fifty dollar for each olTenae. make out the tax book etch year, make from tho trunk nnd branched of tho This is regarded as a great advantage Src HI Anr ixmon who thill tell ale or it gradually inicneus in mo to women who work out, and why JOHN T. IlKJUIN'S, i'KOl'ItlETOlt. beer within the limits of tald citr without out in lbs a.ime hook under the proper acacia, having firtt obtained from the cltr council year in alphabetical order, the delinquent furrow down which it runs, aud as th(J forra of oyal nnj rouu(i not an excellent thing for all sorts of a license therefor aa provided herein, Iiau for the next two prccedine year. He , A f'IKST - CLASS HOTEL ahall be Gned ten dollar for each oflone c'duncU ' in' TriSavTllS; about the size of a pigeon's egg. women, r ive cents a head per day is In arery particular. The patronage ol the pullle C3 Hut thia lection ahall not apply to tboe cheaper than keeping them at home. aollclted, and aatlafactlon guaranteed. November mane a written report to the Ot Ullieroni colors, ns It comes irym lacili-tieperron llcsned under ectlon forty-twmoney whito gum tree. About We do not see why, witu sucu cot the rcl or Sec. II, Any liquor eller, who ahull cily council, ami pay over an Mra.KaoDuildorar babies should not become very uar tho middle of December tho Moor enIce ted by him during the preceding tufler gaming of anr kind in hi taloon, or -- Laocailer alreet, L Chicago thall tell or give liquor to any minor ter to the treaaurer before he tile his re- camp ou the borders of tho Popular with till classes. BTANFORD. - KY port, and produce to the council with Mi without the written order of hi parent! or forest, and tlio Imrveit lasts a full guardian, or to a known inebriate, or a report the treaaarer' receipt for the money reeelilug ue and beautiful Millinery la mouth. The gum is paclad in largo paid. Englishmen of goodadally Several young in ol e'ery deacrlpllon and eery thing of the leron who la at tho lime known to le mx uo l lie martini u.iii aiteiia an oi leather sacks, aud transported on the wealth, from over tho salt waters, are lateat at jlea and no lady, who Intenda buying any a line ol toxicated, ahall be punihed by thing In her Una ahould fall to call on her not lea than ten nor more than twenty nicetini; of the city council. He thall tee backs of camels and bullocks to sea- now iu Woodford county learning the l'rlcea aa low aa the loweat. She I thankful for that all of tlio ordinance are properly en- ports fur shipment to diflerent coun scieuco of farming. They pay full pait fatora and bopea for their continuance. dollar for each oirenae. all offenders iiira, .uoiiiv Mjer u trn.n,o ui .no ii.uiu' Sec, 40. Any perron who shall, within forced, and ahall tries. Tho harvest occasion is made board nnd 8100 per aunuiu for such making dtparlment, which la all that I neceasary 1 the limit of aald cily, run fur pty, a bill- when the oflVne I committal within hi 10 aay in regaru to iu presence wllbout a warrant. He thall oiio of great rejoicing, aud the people, information aud experience as our iard table, pigeon table, nine or ten pin or make written report tu the ctly council at for thu tiuio beiug, utmost live ou farmers may impart to them. They liowling allcr, or air gun, without having meeting; In February, May, firt obtained from the cily clerk a llcmiae the regular November ihowini; the amount gum, which is nutritious and fatten- make regular bauds, working hard NOTICE to CONTRAOTOES, therefor a provided for herein, ahall b Annual and ing. Such is tho commercial story of all day and studying at night, therellldawlllli receUed by tha Commltlee for fined not more than five dollar for each of money collected by him for taxe. and this simplo but useful article. by uniting the thooretical with the building Ilapllat Church at IIuiIoutIII. Ky , amount collected by him on fine and foroffenae. front the fouudailon up. lm tractor to furnish Seo. 40 All licente thall be laaued br feiture for the quarter urevloui, and pay every thing hliuaelf. Plana and ieclllcatlona can Rotation of crop) is as necessary in practical. Itida baneen at Ihoniaa LlcU'a In lluatonrllla. the cily clerk except those mentioned In the taid amount to the treaaurer before tlio garden as in the field. Tho difAs Rev. C. 1'. Williamson was opened SiTUmiir, Mar 13th. Haa to be Bnlibed maKiiie eaid reporlt, and produce to the j ectlona41,42 and V.. W. Klt''K. by 8eptemlier lat, Ml. report the receipt lurciu classes or luiniueti ui iuuiiis iu holding services ut Alt. Pleasant Sec, 47. All llcenaea mentioned in eo council with hi Clialruiau. Seo. 01 The city attorney alull, in ad- iiuiro different kinds of food, which, lion 41, 42, 4.1 and 45 thall bo laaued for church, iu Madison, on last Sunday, dition to the dutie Imposed upon him by although not bo varying as with aniAll oilier llcenaea may be luued one rear one joined iu the a little the charter, attend to the 'enforcement of by the cltr clerk for a thnrter period. all fines and penaltie itupoaed by the city mals, arc distinct enough to muke it singing, aud at the conclusion of the Skc. 48. No Hcento thall be delivered first stania tho littlo voice went on until Ibe tax thereon ha been ptld in full court, and for the purpose of enforcing the evident that so mo plants thrive iu soils, in which others would per with the words, "Frog in the meadow Sec. 10. The tax on llcenaea ahull bo ai collection of tune, may at anr time order oxeoutiou or ru;iai jiroine to Ittue on any ish. Abundaut manuring will, iu it and taut dit him out," very much to followt, vit: J M 00 uiiatU)led inlgment In tald court To nil lit or ler. per roar some of the elements the amusement of tho entire congre(0 00 To kwp tavern, " " ..-...- .. Btr. li'i. The cily jud;e aliall, at the reg- measure, replace soil by gation. To kwp a Uf t rn ami retail Ikiuora In Iwa Lexiugton Press. ular meeting of the city council iu Feb- of plant food taken from the 20O (Hi rear uuaullllaa than a uuart, when the same or (lu well MlllarJ labfa, U IK) ruary, May, Aiitt'i-- I aud November, make previous croi, hut "" 10 U0 written report tu the city council allowing " " .. . On racb plifeun. labia, The Cincinnati Academy of Medi similar kinds of plauta havo been Oueatb uluaor leu pin or Uuwlln allry, by lilni for erowiutr on tho same ground for a cine publish an uuthoritlvo expression at oo the amount of muiiey collected year. tt 10 ou tlio city on tine', lorlellure, iYc, lor tne Auctlonevra, iwr year. nlutio can 01 opinion to 1110 eueci mat 11 is tin- s oo prevlou (iiarler, and aliall pay the money uutnber of years, fertilisers Auctloueera, jwruay Auctlunof good by otliora than realdanta thu collected lo the treaaurer before, mik- but ruroly restore all tlio elemeuts possible for aay oue to contract small ofclty,aud owner of good. wrday...nM. tooo ing hi report, and produce lo the city necc&arv for this crop, ami a chaugo, pox witiiln toveii years atier a sue Tu aell auoda by other than roildwli of th city, by aauiiilo or order to olbcra Ibau council with hla report the treaaurer' re- a rotation ot crops become necessary. cessful vacciuatlon. Tho Academy -- . to oo ceipt. regular iiicrtliauta, year s oo lisaprovo of tho custom of placarding Sam, par day hi.f. 0.1 The cily judije ahall endorte the The UNPlltNOIPLBI) Dkauinu Clrcui or lueuagerla.rlther or bolu.lmr day. zo 01 houses in which there are casw ot cona oo amount of ball required on any warrant performance. Other exhibition or ami worldwide fame of Himuiou s oo Issued by ..... no nacii air gun, per year him, and the officer nerving the LWe'r lteguUtor La Induced unprincipled tagious diseases. Peddler of guoda. warea, Ac., r Tear.... .. to oo oo warrant mar take bill. j " " per day.. partle to place iiUriou cumpoundi call " ' Farmer: How can you euro dog tuuunoned lo ed if aome garbled pin of our title or Hix.H. If any person Ha;, 60. No warrant ahall be maintained r appear in the cily court fur any ilia market A majority of lhee oi tho habit of killing sheep? Mako name In for the violation of any city ordinance, or or violation of the law ot the cily, enterpriae have died a natural death,. but an incision about four inches deep in for any misdemeanor which haa not bean and ih all Tall (9 appear at the time ipeci-fie- other are periodically cropping out. To his throat, hist back of the jaw. That iuued within six month after the the trial ahall proceed, in the same thews whu hate not yet learned the ureal will cure him, of the oflenie, pretent. a a .m a Hlu 01. Kach ofllcer of the city, on tho manner OS, If the defendanta were defendant worth of Ihe Hegnlator thi word of caution In all oaaea where a U neciarr. To the Invalid It nttyr h a It is tho fashion now iu London for termination of hliutlice, ahall immediately fa Seo. convicted iu the city court, the city (iiieatlon of life and death. Alk fur bTril deliver lo the council, hi aucceuoror such bridesmaids to have brilliantly colored mon Liter Regulator, and look lor the other ofllcer or peraon ai may be authoris- ahall recover Its coat agilnat him. & Co., and the dresseu in contrast with the bride's Wm, Daikiiieiitv, Mayor. algnature of J. II. Z'HIii ed to receive them, all money, voucher, white. Jno, J, MoHoukuts, Clerk. large red . on white rapper. map, hook i, proicrty, and paver con- - necled with hi office or In hi cutlody belonging to the city, under a iienalty of ten dollar for each day he to refute. Hrc. 02. In all cae where ludgment thall le rendered for n flno and no! in the rltv mutt avalnat any nerann. nd anrli perron thill fail to Mtiafy the nine by payment or replevy, the judge of tald thereon ngalnat audi percourt thall ron a rn;u'(iii pro fine for the whole amount o( Mid fine and coat, which ahall he deliver ed to the proper officer, and upon failure of defendant lonatltfy tuch nitjui, lie ahall lie, by Mid officer, delivered to the Jailer of Lincoln county, ami by him confined In Jail, and be kept at hard labor by him or the city maralial upon the itreeta, alley, rt, lue rKOKr.sMio.iit. A Ten1f Thousand Dollar Kits. A St. Loui. woman has recently o. eivasi. sued nu old beau for forcibly klesing T w Bl'INDLE A OIVEN8, her, and has demanded twenty thousXjA-AV-, A'rTOJlNX3H and dollars damages. In a land Itooma 5 A t, F.ttni Bliwk, cur.A.TA (Joint Place, ThcLARGEST STOCK of Sth WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY whero kisses can bo had for nothing by M)U!SVII.I.K, KY AND NIIiVIIUilMIti: any man who is worthy of them this lyPrarttr In all Ihe Omrta. Collectlona prompt male. seems a high valuation, although the T. W.VARKOH. WALUICH K.VA1W0K. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches, Clocks and trial may develop torno justification T. W.ft W. E. VAHNON, Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, for tho lady's claim. It may bo that ATTOllNIiSYM A.'V T..A.W. STANFonn, KY. tlio man hnd liccn eating onions. If ho hnd tho sum claimed Is entirely too ORlc In Owtley A flon'i new liull.llnj-- op atalrr. small. Or ho may have been an haH.O. KAUFPMA.N, A.a' TAAV, A.a"X'OIlNJ3 bitual smoker or drinker, which would LANCASTER, KY. havo madn tho cno still more serious. Comniliiloner and County Altornty, Will In tho nbjcnco of any detailed evi- Matter nrrilpln all the Courla of lltrranl mil ullolnln dence it is possible to imagine only countieaanil'ln th Court otAppMla. orio of two reasons for tho magnitude TIIOMAB P. HILL, Jit.. of the lady's claim cither the man .A.orroiiNXJV KY. TjA-v- , Take Ihla of put jolty of tbanklnf hla patrona In Stanfjr.l and vicinity far tbclr liberal aupport, and oTANFOUI), was personally obnoxious or he madp a n bopca lo ritatn It, ai ha haa act (led a ilork tbliearly In theaeaion, before Lelnf culled Will praclle la Ihe Court ol ttali mil tillolnlng over, and It grave mistako in taking only onokiss. eountle and In th Court of Appeala. OlAca In A man who values such a blessing Owiley A tton't new balldlnf up ttalra. enough to steal it, yet is satisfied with ALEX. ANDEItSON, Fiom th bett of Foreign Matera They will be cut andraiddn n To ityle. Ilia motto a single one, is not tho sort of a man Culling and Itepalrlng neatly and promptly don. Excel." ATTOIINEV 'r IA."V, with whom a lady of spirit can have OANVIL1.K, KY., a particle of patience. In tlio Courta of Boyle tod adjoining j. PENNY & McALISTEK, a.t A-- C. RUPLEY, 3VC3E3DEl.OI3C.3Nr,r TAILOR, STAiVFOItO, KY., S.it-clinnt-dala:-"- I. Comprises Everything that is New, g WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! t Cheaper Than Ever Beforiii AI McRoberts & Stagg's. IIiiTCJiiNt BEAUTIFUL STOCK 1 ! .,.i HUIIRKON DI3NTIWT, lie-cau- i SWilu- - Unfin-iahe- recclwil iiimI Hill keep coiiHlitiitly on liiiml a fresh line of Ihe tiiolccHt by-la- l l'll.h.lr. Groceries,Confectioneries, JJSTJDFAMILY which llicy of -- All will mfter-noo- Soil .it tlio Very Lowest Possible Margin. They are iiIno HRCiitH Tor Woolen GontlH the wile of itlniliiiKlj'H superior and Yarns. FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING ! Stanford Female B. K. Main Street, e - WEAREN, - B5T Stanford, Ky. 1 .!... !' i I havo bought out my brother, K. II. Wcarcn, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a lull stock of Furniture of every description and sell at ligures that cannot be beaten. My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo comprehensive. Shrouds and llobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders bj telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. l TERMS MODERATE. " "' 100,000 - POUNDS ! OF - IllttttliVg MO USE! T- WOOL WANTED! HALE c A..t dp,. Stanford, MUKfWELLEY 3BLy., ll-t- fj o "Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the arrt HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hug-heis 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. td o o s 30-- 0 - d t. d cor-tni- ii ir oW " B p Q o o Q . tr JKjpU-larl- lr -- Wit o 3 g s- -g F r O UH - S ri H j 7? w H w m- - p Wp 2 a 1 uiUle-meane- ae o o H p rj CD 3 Tlr STAWFOBD, ICY. Friday Morning, - - May 12, 1882 W. P. WALTON, EDITOR months, has been pardoned, ns almost In disputable evidence has ben nddticed to 1 show that Jene Jame, whom Hunt re 'ft',' I pi .. vHLHmM Semitic, was the leader of that bold rob' I iT sskaakH'aMj bery. grounds that tho tentenco of death Is About 10,000,000 acres of land In void because under a proper construcLouisiana were submerged by the late tho District, the tion of tho statutes of BotSino: tho disastrous termination of flood, which will cause an estimated loss to dale of tho execution should have the Bute of about 100.000 bales of cotton SLr tho Jeannctto'a Arctic exploration, a been fixed somo day within thirty number of papers aro sneering at and and 80,000 hogsheads of sugar. The rice crop will not le seriously Injured, as redays after the lth Monday of Octocriticising James Gordon Bennett, planting can be accomplished until the ber, 1882. Judging from soveral of t who fitted out and paid tho expenses middle of June. tho rulings of tho Court, Guitcau's of tho expedition, for attempting to The Supreme Court denied the petichances for a new trial, aro exceed advertiso tho Now York Herald at tion for a writ of habeas corpus in Seringly slim. By the way, tho poor the risk of so many lives, but this is geant Mason's case, but decided the fellow will havo to stop holding his had full jurisdiction to try Mason decidedly unjust, since Bennett had Not This Year, Some Other Year. for the oflense charged; that its proceedtiailr levees now, as the Senato has no power to forco a single roan to ings Ciun Orciuhp, Ky., May 10th, 18S2 were all within its proper jurisdiction, unanimously adopted a resolution in of l.inrvtn County: Having rnako tho voyage. The men who and the sentence pronounced was not in quiring in to tho loose management of been called upon by many friend of both y wcro enough to enter into excess of its power. tho District jail as shown by tho esparties to become acandidale for County AtSamuel J. Greer, late of Somerset, the the business, are alone to blame, and torney, 1 deem It duo to both friend and cape of Howgato and tho unprecepreacher charged with bigamy, has left for if they wcro willing to risk their lives, foe to state that I shall not be a candidate dented privileges granted tho assassin. Ta- why it is no body's business bat their parts unknown. He recently married a for that office. It ha to be held too Ionic, In view of this tho jailer lias ordered own. young girl in that county, and when he and I desire to run every two year. I have left he took her back to her father and that no more visitors shall bo allowed retired to the cooling ground of science. I Another open air tight rope per- toll her he was going North, and would during tho seven weeks to see him am blanketed, sweating gently, feeding upformer ha8gono. to kingdom come. write to her when he got located. It is MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. from today, left him to live. on the ott of information, and preparing Prof. Dare dared to walk over the charged that Greer has a wife and four Sam. U. Burdett. Editor. for the great four mile heat In 18S3, and I The Sunday Ketcs says the propos- town of Flushing, L. I., but theropo chile' ren In Georgia. When he first came Eld. J. L. Allen will preach here next do not wish to be handicapped by already to that county he preached for the Baptist ed Louisvillo Southern K. R. to tap broke and the Prof, landed on the Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. holding an office And I can state that I am STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, tho C. S. R. It. nt Harrodsburg, will stony street head first. It would bo Church, and was much admired for his Foil Salk 10,000 cabbage and sweet satisfied that there will be no opposition or DEALER IN eloquence and power. He subiequently put Louisvillo 09 miles nearer New well for all of that class of strolling eloped with Misi Wright, and after his re- potato plant for sale at 20 cent per hun- independent ticket in the field, from the Seeds, dred by J. E Vowels, Mt. Vernon, Ky. fact that the men they desire to run for Orleans tbau by tho most direct route gentry to meet with the same fate. turn joined the Methodist Conference. A good rain fell Tuesday night nd County Judge and County Attorney will now operated, besides giving her all In view of the fact that tho smallCASET COUNTY. another was falling yesterday morning not run, and without whom I know that the advantages acquired by Cincin- pox is raging in Cincinnati, the Connwhen "we" went to pros in the mail-bano ticket will be placed in the field. I Hiddleburg. 0 of nati, after her expenditure er- Journal suggests that her approachMr.W. H.Spradlin has been given the have talked to the propoied candidate for W. II Miller bought a cow near Lib for the Southern. Louisville ing musical position of transit-main the Kentucky County Judge, and he doe not want lo festival bo held in Louis- erty, for $25. is asked to subscribe $500,000, and Judge J. Boyle Stone was here this Central Engineer Corps. He I an excel- run, nor in my opinion will lie do so. I ville, as a cose of that loathsome dislent engineer, and his friend are glad he am much obliged to my friend for the when it is made, Dr. Standiford guarease- is not a pleasant souvenir for week. The Judge is the politest man in tender of their support, but must request ha secured the place. Liberty. antees the construction at once and people to take home with them. A machine will be put to them to "winter their vote" and have Rev. B. F. Branson filled ltev. will ask for no money until trains are The lato unhonored legislature cost Montgomery' appointment at the Chris- work on the extension tbi week. The them in good condition for 1833. Gratefully running through. Harrodsburg, DanF. F. Bonurrr. rail are down to Hazel Patch now, and your, the State, outside of appropriations, tian church last Sunday. ville and Nicholasville are anxious to Mr. A. "R. Clarke, candidate for Coun- every effort will be made to go Into Lonbe the connecting point with the $141,178.55 for per diem, mileage and ty Judge, wilt doubtless have a walk over. don bv the 10th of June. MT. TERXO" inVKItTlSKKKSTS- stationery. Eminett Logan's exposure Napoleon B. Price, of thi county, ha Southern, and each have oQered to of a few years ago caused a return of Judge Bowman having refused to submit pay well for it. Danville held a sec- S130 of mileage money to the Trea- to the primary election. Nell, .Mr. (J. is obtained a certificate from the Pension W.M.OWEXN a worthy young man, a good democrat, nd Office, allowing him a pension at 'the rate ond meeting this week and resolved to sury. ! an Independent candidate far Assessor of well qualified for the office to which he as- of $4 per month with back pay from 1SG1, iiocaasiiauounty, .ugui election, luz. give the road all the land they want I UNF I I CSr-I NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. VS7 I -3Ert I 3VE IF-- I for wounds received during the war. pires. for terminal purposes, and recommend JOHN IV. KKItllY In order to accommodate visitors to Nathaniel Adams, near Somerset, had Judge Winston Bowman has. been SFHI-CTO- that both tho city and county both legs broken hj a tree falling on hiru. la tlie offlr of As- honored with several positions of honor by Rockcastle Springs, the L. A N. will push Is a candidate for The President has signed the bill to the democratic party of this county, but the extension a rapidly as possible, and sessor of Ilockeastle county, A ugust election, 1W2, liberally to the enterprise. cto Chinese immigration to this country notwithstanding, he le fuses to submit to the threat i now made that trains will be A number of Congressmen, in or- - for ten year. the primary election to be held the fourth running into London by the 10th nf June der to get on the blind side of the The Census Department ha ascertain Saturday in this month. We alway had In a difficulty near Livingston, in LauMT. ItY.s farmers, are endeavoring to make an ed that Tajloreville, Ky., is the center of a very small opinion of the "Jedge," and rel county, last Monday, between James Agency of South-Ben- d Ohilled Plows, now our opinion of him is rmntt indeed. It and John Townsend, uncle and nephew, Executive Depirtment of the Agri. poniilatwn of the United States. Avery's Oast and "Heel Plows, Buckeye A Cincinnati company has leased Ho is devoutly hoped that he will bo beaten the latter was cut several time with a cultural Bureau, the head of which is Keaoers & Mowers. Sweepstakes Threshtel Sudani at Rugby, Tenn., or the pur out of his wits at the August election. knife in the hands of the former. The ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Home to be a member of tho Cabinet. Un pose of turning' it Into a Summer resort. It is said that Jailer Cbristersnn sum wounds were not serious John Townsend Sewinc Machines, Taylor's Elastio Bed der the new department four bureaus Mr. Urice Steele and .Mis Lizzie moned ten men to assist in fastening the was drinking, and the difficulty arose over 8prings. are proposed, one for the collection of liuckner were married Wednesday, in the chains to the ankles of 'those chicken a settlement between him and third parly society of Paris. agricultural statistics, one for animal presence of the thieves. He ought lo have had fen more in which Jame Townsend interfered. NEW SHIM AND SUMMER MLINEF.Y. The Legislative, Executive and Judi- to have guarded them on the rock pile; Anoux I'EorLE -- Mr. Caspar William. industries, one of forestry aud timrtKLLK to Inform the Ladle ber, and one for commerce. We sus- cial Appropriation Bill is nearly rvndy to peradvenlure they, would not have escaped who ha been attending school at Carthage, of Miss vicinity that ebedesireconstantly receiving a la Ikls be reported to the House. It will absorb Uncle Abe is a verjr clever old gentleman, 111., has returned home and entered upon very bandnonie toe of splendid new Mprlog and pect that the real object of tho bill is nearly $20,000,000. public but he is not the kind of a man to hold the study of the law. Mr. M. J Miller i tturunierMlllloery which thaoflers to l bestuck ol at verr low figures. Aniosa her beautiful more to create new offices lor hungry The Government has not found John the 'office of Jailer, by any means. At in Garrard county thi week Miss Jael Trimmings are all the latest designs, Includlngthe Mantua-Mfine baa alio etsinetic now seekers, tliau a desire to benefit the V. Dorsey, but warrants have least there is quite a number of persons Itedd is the guest of Mr J. II Oiler. Dr. rage, Inf lsnartnient, rawhere the (reslest a attentioni. is iittn to l be rutting--, milDf and matin ol su whose eyes they are at- been issued for him and placed In the who think so. . P. Mckee received the other farmer, over day the klndsofdreeses, -5 z :' photograph of Rev. J. B. Van Nuys, the tempting to pull the wool. It is hands of Government officer. i,,-Liberty. At Lexington 7C shares of National MAltWF.n.--Mcclaimed that the bill will pass the Murphy to Miss faithful, earnest and efficient Presbyterian Bank Block sold at $11350 to $11360; 30 Fannie Lyle, one of our fairest younc lit. minister at Livingston, and hi wife, Mr. ITouse but will hardly get through IteaporK. SelMUinIer, .11 o with, HioItiikcM, 1'ayette National at $130, and 12 (hares I'ies; W. II. Breeden to Mia Martha Van Nuys.who is a patient, devoted laborMilUy I'Iwmm, the Senate this session. Urn tn First National of Lexington at $127.50 to .Taylor, and in God' vineyard. Thi pious couple Mala Pit., iStHiifercl, Ky. Baker Walls to Miss Mary er CultlVHtont, IIurroHK, ( uriuMiHIerH, 9129. have been stationed at Livingston for sevMrHH-C-iiltvrThe New York Tribune, a republi lliij 1'rt'KMfM, ThrcMli William E. English, aon of the late Nikirk. hikI IurIhck, luc MhcIiIih-Two young men named Cooley, were eral years, and they never seem happier JOHN can sheet, speaks of the Tariff Com' candidate for Vice President, , Anil other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Mnnfactureri. Congress, as nominated for Congrean In the Indianapolis lodged in jail here last Saturday night than when busily engaged in the service of mission bill justpassed by d lots, aud consequently obtain the largest ditcount acd direct, for cash, in their blessed Master. A prosperous and Qoods at Reasonable Prices a measure in the "interest of lobbies district, which, although republican, will, who had been sentenced lo 15 days confine- promising church lies been established as lowest rates of freight. Our motto is i "first-clas- s OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 a "' '"' ment for setting the wood a fire on Boilthe Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, and jobs and somo monopolies and It is claimed, be carried by him. result of their work and a neat house ol A call is issued for a Stale Convention ing Fork. Stanfoid.Ky. against the plain interest of the peoGEO. D. We have heard of several alleged worship erected. The photograph are 92.00 of Kentucky colored men, at Lexington, WILI.IAMN. w. Ii. H'lTIIKllS, e CltKi:. .V Maotcsra lluitootlll. a pictures can bs ple. An extortion from the people June 13, among democratic candidates that do not intend elegant and Manac.tr UncnUr Depot. the many questions to Dst made. The artist ia Mr. J. C. Scott, New Special Accommodation to Commercial of an excessive roveuue, a revenue be considered being, equal tOBubmit their claims to the primary elec taxation, equal Brunswick, New Jersey, who la almoat Travelers. grossly beyond what is needed for educational facilities and the rit'ht to fit tion on the 4th Saturday, hot a majority of without a rival In the art of making photo them will. carrying on the government, is only uponjuriea. Baggage Transferred Free of Charge Geo. li. Wilkinson has moved to the graphs. VENNDHS WEATHLH .Mrs. Mary Blessing, aged seventy-two- , one of the mischievous consequences The Altamont Coal Company was orcounty and gone to farming in real earnof this act. The singular part of tho suicided at Ilummelsburg, Md. She est. Mhwes Mollie Mounce I have recently taken charge of this home and Sallie ganized at Pine Hill a few days ago. W. stripped herself of all clothing, placed the and intend to have first-claM. Howard wa elected President; C. Crooke passage of this bill is that 26 demoaccommodations. latter in a pile on the floor, saturated it Tanner, two beauties from Lincoln, were Vice President; C. S. Nield, Secretary; G. crats voted for it in the House, and with kerosene, lit it, and sat down witlt friends here last week. W. II. Philon the ips and John T. McBath,are in Monticello, D. Brownlee, Treasurer. Thee gentlemen, i bix in the Senate. Beck was paired fire and burned to a crisp. with Jack Adams, Jr., constitute the ANEIGHT-PA0E- , FAMILY NEWSPAPER, with Bayard on it, tho latter intendUniversity at Louisville, turned this week. The Board of Director. The authorized capiluoralleaJInx-Mstter for the Money than sor other Printed from Urge, Clear. New Tjpe Publishes The book returned by our Assessor, out 20 Bachelora at Law, Wednesday ing to vote for the bill. ItUUAllB Newiair In theltountrr, the lime of catb nk onulnluotrr TWKNTY-TWtal of the Company I $100,000, with the KKbT UF riUNTKU MATTr.ll, and is not tuipsw.1 lr Ktvs, llu.lorw Ueivita, night. Mr. James G. Qivcna, formerly of James A. Smith and his deputy, Taylor Lllerarr and heliet KeaJltiir. privilege of making it $200,090. The place Notwithstanding the terrible Lincoln, delivered the Alumni address, Peyton, does them mush credit, and shows Eah person sending us f I, Including th renewing their sularrlptloas, will rerelva tho Dollar Vr'eeklr Cuniinerclal and the Look llier mar Mrk out froui the follow I nc reiuaikiMa Hit ttar. naij that they are capable of attending to the bu. of business is Mullins, a station on the E. II. BURNSIDE, deaths of Capt. DeLong and party of which i given in full in the and free or all coat the looks lielng uusbrldged snd handaouiely printed In paper cowers. I he United Bines, the number of voters In this countr Knoxville Branch railroad in Laurel counnr 1HH" Written Wrutlirr tho iiMateuJeauutiie, ana tue almost and ha been highly complimented. U. Vennor, the noted Woll - Known "I'eunar'm lleorr not only Alintnxir Weather Prophet, but thocaprrwlrof lor showing lor stales with lorecait hr Professor tin weather 11, is 300 more than it was this time last year, ty, five miles from London. The land of This Old the probabilities for the month, subdlltlous The work contains the probD. E. Ardis, of Atlanta, Ga., commitindescribable sufferings of those of the Hotol Still Maintains abilities for each week This almanac Is full of most Interest tng matter prrparrdbr Prof Vmmua, which show that we are getting a few of the Company are several mile in extent, with llluitratlona and lllumloated corcr High crew that succeeded in reaching in- ted suicide in Kufer'a Hotel, Louisville, the thousands of Immigrants that are com- and He between tho Knoxville Branch and Is thalalnt production ol tholUilof IlKAcnxii-iKin-work with which "Eiulumion"-Tb- la AND Friday night. He shot himself by lookh consoled himself when thrown out ol pow.r by the Liberals, led by Mr. IILaueioMit. It Is lb proposed route of the Kentucky Cenhabited land, a foolish Congressman ing in a glass ing to Kentucky. We welcome all that the moat norel of the and taking aim at his head. Iti Proprietor ii Determined that "LifefamousVhrlt"-- nj dsr. k W. larrar, l. V . 1". It. H., lato Fellow of Trinity College, MaiKiederli has offered a bill for sending another Besides a direction as to his body, he left are here and have room and employment tral. The coal can be easily and cheanlv of it Shall be Second to no Country ler of Marlborough Colleg. aud Chaplain In Ordinary to th gueen. Canon Karrsr Lain bla hl.lory loaded into the car of either road. Coal Hotel in the State in iu Fare, oponan Independent study of the fuMloele. sldo by side In addition, he has consulted carefully expedition to the Arctic regious, with the bible opened and marked at the 102d for thousands more. tin writings of the learned Jew sh llabbls. and tha best and ritbr.1 souri-e- of luloruatlon elMwbero Appointments, or AttenMr. It. T. Pierce was in Cincinnati in paying quantities ha already been disIlls look Is asucceailon of beautiful aud elooucnt thoughts, rlolbed In perlecl language. Lucien Young, the gallant young tion to Comfort of "A. Trratlnti oit i7i llitvnr unit lliu lHrtmcn"Yi Dr. II J. Kendall. A look of A terrible ryclone pawed over McAl-late- r, last week, and as he was walking along covered about 300 feet from, and 32 feet II contains au Index of dlmteaof the horse, their Gueiti. neatly on hundred pases, wlln numerous engravings, Kentuckian, of the Navy, in comabove the Knoxville Branch. Thi coal it a mining settlement in Indian Terri- the street a finely dressed young man and siycs lb symptoms, caute and beat treatment of each; a table with an engraving of tho bone's sges.wlth rulea for telling theage, and mueli other valuable mailer. It la ona of teeth at different mand. The Lieuteuant, it is said, is tory, Monday night. Twenty-on- e people shook hands with him and called him by of the celebrated "Peacock" variety, it ab UsKKiat ulllbs eoaTtied to sad from tksdepot the simplest acd at th aam times thorough aud couiprcheutlve work. Valuable to every bono free of than. Nptclal acronnoilalloaa to owner not only willing, but anxious to make were killed and forty-twinjured, tome name, and was very glad to meet him. Mr. solutely free from Impurities, and I the toCommerrlalTraitlrrs. Th liar will at glory of This Is the "Iranhon" ahova nralM gern and th reproach.tho "IVaverlr Novels- "- elastic that all should alnaja applied nlth th choicest houses were to P. didn't remember to have ever seen him finest coal in the world for grate purpose. aud herond reaJ a iiorv the trip, but it is to be hoped that dangerously. Fifty-nin- e araads or Llqaora aad Cigars. lo young people tho country cinil ilciiiiei 1iiu,n"-- A book "Sorlitl htlqiietirtheiuftlvea ofthe uiairvaol nollteaocletr. of value provide lor tha Inluhroveuient tally demolished and thirty others badly befora, and he explained by saying that he The success of the Company I assured by and lo wiwi.iMlra iniiiiuriu Cougress will not give him the chauce. the men who control its affairs. Mr. Howeven the hurubat homra arlird. of tb opportunities that wa a nephew of Mr. Jno. W. Whipp, of wrecked. Besides a loss of life the fob is too ex" foremost writer or ber The greatestmen! death ofall things onldercd, Us generalKIMI, who wss fas. rihlillemarrh" time The of the books, the author luireaws oldeorge Inlerrst, and Its lb A Nicholasville, Ky., special to the this place, and that lie had gone to school ard ia an experienced miner. Mr. Crook pensive, especially since it is bound to clnatlan gall a with repeated readings. says: i'This afternoon the resi- here when quite a boy. He aald further, ia well known Irom hi connection with Enquirer befor are not wa't that this "Itoblifutt forfrunoc" of Woventure, and poeMrs anhouk was svereharui. oflVrtxl as free prise. be a failure. rvrrlastlng ad boys fond It Is a book dence of Mr. Crow, one of the oldest and that he had just gotten married to a the Pine Hill Coal Company whose opera We havo hero th Hums, "i.'tiffWt .Writ of l.rliri'H" ever seen Goldsmith, lluuyau. Kaehllfelaa story flnrit collection Bucceaiois to Daughsrtr A Holmes, In the tamo spat. richer loan a biographical lltcratura of Ant-rTuuu to tho prediction, Gen. Chal- wealthiest farmers in the county, was en- wealthy New York lady, and while in Eu- tion have been so large and successful. romaiKO. Mr. Brownlee ha been for five years the talBoflhaea-lheaallor bey's own book. being kicked out of his tered by thieves and robbed of over $1,000 rope on a bridal tour he had drawn two of mers, after STANI'OIUI, - - KENTUCKY, "Mlilnlthnnnn that our aelrctlou of prlire covers au extraordinary range and variety of th It will oooilred in cash, and a check for a lartte amount the finest oil paintings he had ever seen, agent of the Railroad Company at Livingbrlgblest aud beat hooks. scat in Congress to make room for the No ston and is a live budneu man, while Mr. Man uracil) a lira or arrests as yet. just alike, and if Mr. P. would go with 0?0 OXjTJB negro, Lynch, went to hid home in W sllow Caab Couiuilulon of leu per cent, o each yearly aubxrlpllon loth Weekly (Vnnuercltl At the inqueit on the bodies of Cav him to a certain place on Vine Street, he Nield of a young, active, energetic fellow, eentlous. lufurwardlngsubscrlpllous, Ageula will pi atebeiareful toglvo Iu full the name, poa Mississippi, aud immediately auuounc endish aud Burke, medical evidence was would make him a present of one of the with plenty if pluck and ristenov, and, office, counte and btat of the subscriber, snd loglvo I lie title uf th premium book the suttcrlher time, as suits their iiinvenlente, and trlrcis. Club Aatnts may forward one or u.ore lutiecrlptlonsat ed himself au independent candidate given to the Mr. P aaw that there was though knuMing, irhap', more about a that the victims appar- pilnlings cluheuiay be made up of oaiueefrom Slller.irt puaioillu.s. a may, tor eacn yearly suiMcrlptlon tent than n oul mine, ia ths originiouiiuimiou. lie trarif the Agent prefers rreo nook tt for Qongres, and now the radical ently had bten stabbed simultaneously something wrong, and declined; but sug newspaper us, aehclon Prre book Irou lb above list for hlmwirlhlslu addition to I lie fro book selected by ator of tde scheme and has worked hard for the subscriber newspapers aro patting him on tho from Iwbre mid behind with Jong bowfe geted that the young man make hi un It Itbout rtlereuco to the choice of th Club Agent, euh yearly ubcrlber who luys one dollar Is success The Ciuiunv wilt begin opknives The miserable assassins have not cle John a present o -- the, picture, and hi entitled to a Irm book. 'Iho prla books muil lo all raws be sclei ted at Ibe lluie subscription Is sent. back, calling him sweet names aud TKSMSCa.li In advance, epetlmen topics of the Dollar Weekly Couiuierclst teutPltllUto any adyet been discovered. reply was that he gueed uncle John hail erations in the Utter part nf the Summer. dress, aud In liberal quanlltlea to persons dralrlug lo solicit subavrlptluni making him many promises, wheu less LaatSunday, an iudivlduil oslled W. m. iiai.mi:ai Bills have been Introduced both In the plenty nf pictures. The youinr man felt a t'o Proprietors lluclunalt Commercial, Ciuclunatl, Ohio. than a mouth ago he was in their es- Senate and i!oue to restore Fits John that he waabetlen at hia own game and A. Murphy, wa arrested on a charge of sTAgeots and Club Orgaulsers wanted In (very tuwu, vlllsge and hamlet petit larceny. He waa accused of stealing timation, tho meauest "ballot-boPurler to the rauk of Colonel In the army give it up as a bad Job. a shirt and a pair of pant from George The object is, after hiving given General bluffer" in tho busiuees. Porter his old rank In the army, to author- Call for a Count Contention of Colored lion, Cook, a merchant at Livingston A pair of "knucka" wa found In his pocket wheu The meanest coward that walks ize lh President to retire with the rank of SrANloitD, Ky., May 11, 1883. RINGS the earth is he, who, afraid to insult a Colonel of Infantry. There will be a meeting of colored citi- arrested. On Tuesday he was tiled on the The ninth annual session of the Su- zens of Lincoln connty, Saturday night, charge of petit larceny and also for carrya mau iu his presence, uses the mails To ovory door. If our for that purjKe. Such creatures are preme Lodge Knight of Honor met Tues- May 20th, for the purfoea,of electing del- ing concealed deadly wespont. He plead day at Baltimore. The order numbers egates' to the State Convention, which con- guilty to both charges, and wa sent to jail WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. SEEDS are beneath'the notice of a gentleman, sold Inyout 2,800 lodges aud 180,000 membeia. Last vene at Lexington, JuoelHtli, 18S2. All for thirty day In the first case and fined town, drop to deserve a kick like other Card for C'arrlinea or all dcrlilloos. Wainanufactura $25 with ten day1 Imprisonment In the employing colored voter are invlleJjlo attend. year death benefit to the amount of f workmen and using oulr yelping curs whenever they crosi Handsomo Catalogue material, aud sell at reasonable (1. W. Geu-trimprisonment is to be uuly latter esse. The Geo. Craig, J. Kied, were paid. Judge H. J. BreckinBgurea sljrle, workmanship and material enuald- his pathway. spent In work, and lliu line lo he Mllafled Isred. ill Prices. Addross D. LANDRETH & SONS, Philadelphia. ridge, Supreme Treasurer, is In attendance. J. W. Lackey. iauuiii:htY A. IIYHK. Tun principal point relied on by Iho counsel (or Guitonu In thoir argu ment boforo llio Court In Imnc, now In session, nro tho questions of jurisdiction, insanity and tho nllcged Tun four men recently elected m Judges of the Virginia Court of Appeals by tho readjustees, aro said to bo entirely incompetent even to be pobco judges of a fifth rato town. The intelligent men of each of tho parties nre disgusted with that as with nearly all tho acts of the Mahone party, and say that tho fall elections will tell in thunder tones the feeling of tho peo ple. So far as tho credit of thoStato is concerned, it will bo too lato to re pair tho mischief done, but it will bo somo consolation to know that class of catllo will never again obtain tho ascendency in the Old Dominion. Gen. Beaver, a Cameron Stalwart, has nominated hr the4 PtMavrvanla re publicans for Governor, Sb Slate ticket. It has been suggested that Gov. would make an excellent Congressman for the Eighth Kentucky District. The suggestion strikes ins us being a good one Cincinnati Enquirer. The nun who was arrested for the stage robbery near Mammoth Cave, and who has been In in labor at $1 per day. Murphy came here from Green county, Tenn., so he says. Eubanks Station. -- Mrs. W. T. Tyree is visiting Mr. A. C. a few month ago, and ha been salting PULASKI COUNTY. 1 jail at Glasgow, for 18 court-marti- -- fool-hard- Ontmon's family of this place. -- Mr. Geo. C. Favllle, II. 8c, I). V. M, of Danville, and Miss Minnie Cleber, of this place, wete married at Mr. I. Lewis' Saturday evening. Preaching hers Saturday and Sunday last by ltev. W. T. Tyree. An Interesting Sunday-schoo- l ha lately been organised in the Christian Church at Cuba. Prepar ations are being made for a grand Sunday school picnlo to be held In this neighbor hood some time in the n.'ar future. The Literary Society of this place wilt reorga nize and henceforth "salt under a different banner." W. 11. Uooch, Jr, I suffering the pang of death from a wound received from a pistol shot nearly a year ago. Dnt, Per kins and Parker, of Somerset think his rase hopeless. Mr. Jno. Williams, who I about 73 years old, I prostrate and not expected to recover. Will Padgett is recovering from an attack of typhoid fver, while his daughter, Miss Polly J., rejoice over the advent of a little female responsibility. "Sicli things must be when I sell beer," Ac. Header, if you would see a true picture of parental aflectlon, just call on Matthew Floyd and watch him tenderly fondle his new baby and hear him sing "Baby Bunting" until the little fellow shuts off the Infanlilo yell with hi dimpled chubby fist, and quietly slumbers In the "land of dreamt." This I Mr. Floyd's first experience in this businemt. around under several name, sometimes calling himself W. A. Murphy, again W. A. Welch, and at other timet William Alexander. It wa not developed nn the trial that he hid ever been so modest a to call himself simply plain William, lie ha pretended to be In the drug business at Culpepper, and has tried to get credit at Louisville, lie ha also obtained agencies for agricultural implement, washing machines, patent medicines, Ac A valise which he had with him when arrested wa searched, and wa found to contain a deck of playing cards, an empty whisky bottle, a copy nf "gospel hymns," a copy of the "Life of Frank and Jesse James," some "herd book" ami "buck registers," and a number of Implement for marking and branding cattle and sheep. The brand were Inscribed "W. A Welch, Culpepper, Ky." No doubt Mr. William Alexander Murphy Welch exacted to go into the herding business on a large scale, but hi incarceration will doubtless Interfere somewhat witli hi little arrangements. w. -- TOP HCA-S TIE-IE- MUiwwjiii'B f 4fltgTf7Stl HiSsV rW, '"WT JffMI jfiml Tb TWT? sEC GENUINE MAYFIELD Water Elevator. 'LIsMtv Destroys All Wator Insects; Draws Prosh Wator from tom of Oistorn; -- .'JPM Has No Tubing and Does Not k Freeze. Foulest Oistorns Mado Puro by This Elevator. Ft!he-CilUc- OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Uso in This Oounty. Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo kon Back. GEO. D. WEAREN, Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other track-layin- g JS rllSMlif. O A. WAGONS, 1 S, sub-icrib- o J. E. VOWELS' YAMJBTIt' KTOltU! Vl.ltNON. bun-to- n Star-route- 7- ST.ASAPHHOTEL DINWn)DIE,PR0'R. BUGGIES Drill. car-loa- ZT"T"j.-.AJSTD CARRIAGES,, n !""" Corii-lManUT- has-bee- life-lik- BOARD, PER DAY. WEAREN, ss pr 1882. HLMANAIijf 1882. MYERS HOTEL Cincinnati Dollar Weekly Commercial O Qjuricr-Journ- STANFORD. KY. Propr. and its Imputation, i o Daugherty&Hyde i"t"-Marryal,sJoll- lcst AGENTS. Fine Carriages, Buggies, -- AND PHAETONS. THE UNITED STATES MAIL SEED STORE vy?5k5ciSvQvTJhcs trst-cla- y, ttrtt-cla- V and y?Hinxyjz "lr man's not usa Postal lllustratod Stm-Mtth- b 3nltrloronmnl aTw-iTFOxax- icy May 12, 1882 TIME CARD. 11 . Friday Morning, L A N. L 0CAL rssssritr Irilni North.. Houlh " LOCAL NOTICeS. llUY I'AiKTSof M r. M. 100 ' ' "f IVnny A McAllattr. I)OAN7Mrst Oasotlnt at at IVnny h McAIIslsr's. Halt, Lime ami Cement constantly on haml a A. OwsIst's, Nkw slock of Jewelry ami Silverware al Penny A McAlliter's. Watoiim, Clock" ami Jewelry reptlreil ml warrant! by l'enny A McAllster. and Yo will find the best cente clKr In town at l'enny A McAlla-ter's- . of hlljali Htoi.f.X from ibt iaslur Pence, a cbeslnnt sorrel mm 6 years oM, while hind feet, and heary (all, Haa a sunken lace under left eye. Was nilaae-i- l . A rewinl Wednesday nlht a week will be elten for hta return or information M. White, that will lead to bin recovery, Stanford. a PERS0NAL l ' - 'h Mm. 8. (I. Deiiokk, of Somerset, Is rialtlng her relitlom here. Mim MauiE IIkazlky haa returned from a visit to her mother In Ixmlsfills. Mim Kmma Wiiitk returned with Mr. John I). Carpenter, from Manchester, Wednesday. Hr.V. J. M. Hlit'CK haa gone to flreen- - V I s. 11 k probably ofier The republicans in mud fetlock deep, and of course the Sheriff's and County Attorney's offices to time teas alow. Taxgatherer won the selling tho democrats If they wilt not nominate miles in 2.01,Sauntererl2nd,I!ul-ble- r for the other offices An oflei of one of the race 3rd. The Ashland Stake for Clerkships to boot would be more tolerafillies, 1) miles, was taken by Issie, in ble. 2.021, Ilelle of nunnymede, 2nd, Flora, Some one fastened a barbed wire 3rd. The colt and filly stakes, of a mile across the Buckeye pike a few miles from were given lo Vera over four contestants. town Saturday night, and the horse oi a Narrow Knurr.. The other day, old Time, 1:21 man returning from town rather late ran man (Sosney, who drives a testa for against It and was severely prodded by the LINCOLN COUNTT. Saw Mill, In this county, met with barbs, which caused him to throw his riHighland. a narrow escape from death. He was drivder, Injuiing htm considerably. Any punMrs. Mary Oraybeal and child were ing a yoke of oxen when a tree that had ishment would be mild for a person guilty Sunday and bruisthrown from a horse last been partially cut, waa blown down, catchof such meanness. ing him in its limb., bruising him very ed pretty badly. Benj. F. Johnson, of Madison county, There is a great deal of sicknesa in aged GO years, came to town by daylight painfully and killing one of his oxen. The cases are this community at present. The wagon was completely wrecked. once. Tuesday morning and hauled the deputy too numerous to mention. The ltourbon AirmMy that Mrs. TarCounty Clerk out of bed to issue him a We learn that .Mr. J. P. Doty has reLevi Atkins had his face and eyes rant I very happily situated with a nice a ceived the appointment of postmaster at burned considerably by the bursting of a license to marry Miss Nannie Davis, achool at tirtsent, and haa a briitht prosblushing damsel of 15. Considering that Richmond Junction rire Isaac Hamilton, double-barre- l shotgun a few days ngo. pect for the fall term. he had been there before, he was unnecesThe main reason waa that Mr. Wm. P. Harvey, of Somerset, waa in sarily excited, and when asked his name, Mw. W. I'. Haiiyey, of Homerset, removed. H. It a democrat. It is not likely howev- our place this week. Geo II Ilruce and Thresher, Agent for the Aultman-Taylo- r was Benjamin Franklin. er that he will lowi much sleep over the wife were in Highland last Tuesdar. Her. inttsted It waa here ihle week. At Danville, Monday, Biyantsrille. matter, as the small par dous not half J. . Cook has been sufTerlng severely for ho wilt give an exhibition of the working Mr. John Dunn has aliout 200 comcnmtn.te for the trouble. The office is some lime with the sore eyes, Ac. of hit machinery. too cloe tu Stanford, little over a mile, mon sheep, and has this season, already Mim Moi.uk K Owes, a lovely and Engleman's Mill. sold $G00 worth of wool and Iambs. to be very valuable. faiclnatlnit young Inly of McKinney, acHobble's store reminds us of l.orcnzo Mat Hutchinson is the champion fishThe Whole Firm -- Mr. J. II McAlis a young lady looking for her beau. It companied by Mess. Ssui Owens and Will erman of this section; he caught in Dix Klta and ter and Mr II. C fright, of the firm of George, are vlnitlng MIm Mis hss just put on a fresh cott of white wash. Itiver, at Floyd's Mill, a cat fish weighing MoAHsler A Ilrlght having been united Kva Owen. Simert lUporter. Mrs. J. Case is suffering with inflam 4 lbs. and measuring 21 inches. so long in single curdne s, are determinmatorr Hheuinatisui. A. J., a little son ol LOCAL MATTERS. Next Sunday is show day at Mt. Heb ed not to he divided even in matrimony, It. B Kice, has been very low with pneuW. II. IllsRlna'. and will therefore take each to himself a monia ron. All the ladies will be out in their KrehII Salt and Mine at having wife next Tuesday. Mr. Aright will wed Spencer Hubble sold to William very Wst. Mr. Shade Thompson llLONlir. Invisible Net at Kob'l 8. Ly- the lovely and accomplished Miss Sue Snow, a good work mule for $100. D.N. gone to vi'it his mother, Mr. II. T. Smith tie's. Whiller, of Danville, when they will at Prewjtt bought an extra fine mule from will fill his appointment. McttonEKT A Sraoo' soda water founMrs Mary Hudson Chenault is visitonce proceed lo the home f Mr. T J. Fos- James Bobinson, fur $105. tain ia preparing to sirx in ter In this county ami witness the marriage Some thief a few nights ngo stole ing her brother, Humphrey Hudson, of Ice kept conMantly for aaleal my butch- of Mr, McAllster to Miss Uessie Foster, a three or four turkey hens off of their nests this vicinity Mn. Chenault is the wife the prosperous banker, Sir. Waller Cheof manr chirms of erson and charac- at Mr. Joe Swope's. lady They took eggs and er .land. W. F. ltamser. ter. It Is a nice arrangement, and here's all, some pf which were almost ready to nault, of Fort Scott, Kansas, formerly of Those Indebted to J. W. Wallace are hoping they may be even happier than hatch. this county. Miss Beltie and Lura Doores urgently rr)uelel to settle. From the way a certain bachelor of visited friends at White Oak. Sunday. they now imagine they will Died, on Saturday night, the 0th inat., this vicinity is improving his farm and FIFTY boaeaflowan A 8toner soapjusl RELIGIOUS. staking olT his building lots, he will he on only child of William Baugbman, of obA Nunneller's. received at Hale We miss our usual weekly letter from the hunt of a housekeeper pretty soon. struction of the bowels. Mr. Baughman A vueu needed rain fell on Tuesday Her. George O. Karnes. and wife have the sympathy of every one So girls you had better be on the lookout. night and at Interval ynterdar. Llder Jo, llallou will preach at White A certain young gentleman of this In this their first and greatest bereavement. School-housneit Sunday afternoon place wenl to join a Gshing party, last Sat- The precious little boy has only gone beTiieke will bo a Sunday School picnic Oak at 3 30. urday, composed of young ladies aud gen- fore to make Heaven the more inviting for Church to morrow week. at Providence Iter. L. 11. Wanton was thrown from tlemen. As be didn't take any hook and papa and mama. Three hundred thousand UitioK for a buggy at Hichuiond, and had his arm line with him, and judging from the Humphrey Hudson bought of Thos. sale. Apply to Henry IUughman, Stan- broken. milk cow for $35. Jas. broad grin he had on his face when he re- Stone a ford. A petition is before the General Conturned, he must have done his fishing on Hill has sold his handsome combined i Several Inchea of enow fell in Witcon-ai- n ference to call on women to hold the office dry land. burse for $175. Jack Dunn bought uf Dr. Superintendent. Wednesdy night; ao look out for a Sundiy-ecbnThe negro, Henry Keid, that had hit Meyer, a yearling Jersey for $25. M. P. The Methodist Conference at Nash house burnt a short time ago, took a sub- Hutchinson bought ol Xewta 1'ntlips, a cold ana p. Martin, of scription paer around to see if the good fancy young gelding for $100. Jas. Bry potato bug la iiuite numerous. ville his elected Iter. John S. The to people would assist him. Nearly every ant purchased of Manwarring brothers, a of extermination ia the Baltimore Conference, Secretary, The only aafe meant fill the vacancy caused by the death of Dr. democrat that he presented it to gave him handsome buggy for $175. Farmers have given on our outside. Summers. something, but not a singlo white republifinished shearing sheep. Buyers are plen Mr. J.T. Harris has fresh fish for sale Committee's re- can gave any thing. That shows how much ty, and taking all the wool at 25 cents per The Sunday-schoweek Wednesday and Saturdav, twice a port to the General Conference at Nash- their white brethren think of them when In lb. Farmers are complaining of the corn at hit meat and provision store. ville, shows that the number of Sunday, distress. But they will be very loving not coming up. Wheat, oats and barley are on a boom. Hemp is up and looking PaiiasoU", Fans, White Goods, Lacea schools from 1878 lo 1881 increased to - just before an election. well. Grast ia very scarce, owing to so Hustanrille. and Hamburg Kdglngs. Lnlest styles and 202, teachers to 02,442, and scholars to periodicals 402,321. The Sunday-schoo- l lowest pricea at Itob't 8. Lytle's. Salmon fishing is the exciting amuse- much land being put into cultivation this show an aggregate increase of 400,000 in ment this season along the waters of lower year. The proprietors of Lincoln Mills, hav- the same time. Green Blvcr. I saw and helped to analyze rmanent water supply, ing secured a NEW ADmmSEMEXTS. several specimens weighing from four to grinding at any LAND, STOCK AND CROP. will be able to do custom six pounds each, taken with the hook; and time. -Alford A Swope bought 200 fat theep few parties were unsuccessful fishermen. BIiiJ. A. E. KICIIAllDS, The negro, Sam Sandidgc, was tried at 3 to 3 cents. Home sgaln after an unprecedented fie mil l Ha l a Aan.1t.tat fn f3iitrtt .lililtTsk III . Myers, a absence of three weeks. Judging from the this the Sd District, subject to the action sftbe W. T.Oreen sold to John at Mllledgeville, Wednesday, for the Democracy. horse for $150. killing of Henry Cloyd, and houorably universal abundance of "weeds" about the 'Squire J. S. Murphy sold to John G. premises, I concluded that the whole conacquitted. Judge K. BUECICINItlDGE a blooded bull calf for $40. cern considered Itself in a state of widow. Take Warniko. Save costs. Your note Saigeant Adivcatc of Superior candlJtte The reorls sales in Boyle of hood. Hence my mission has been to re- 1stthe action tor JuJ( Democracy. Court, subject Election, Orit to of ths or account will be warranted on the lit of 1,100 bushel of wheat at $1.30 to $1.32 . move those premature badges of mourning. Moods' In August.. June If not settled. We mean business. II. W. Alford bought 200 fat wethers Will Bogle, wife and slater, made a Chenault A Penny. itmiDETT, from Wayne county, at $2 to $3 50 per head flying visit on Stturday. "B" was belter Farmers sir the present rain la au 8. K. Lackey, of Gallatin, Tenn, put dressed than he it reported to have been Uf Lancaster, Is a camlldsts lor JuJgs of ths Court from ths 2d district. Subject to ths to make the wheat crop. A good to grass on his farm near here 2 car loads of on a late visit to Stanford. Tho young sitlon of the democracy. deal of tt is heading out and an early and Tennessee cattlo of mixed ages, for which will pardon any. apparfolks of this region bountiful harvest it expected. he pshl 3 to 1 cents, ent negligence in this department, aa I ROOMS AND BOARD. W. II. Hays showed us a small branch have not "ought on" to the run of social The sisters of the Christian Church were of a peach tree which had eight healthy events. busily engaged yesterday In setting out Hood rooms sod During tuy sbsence very little of gen- faintly ofCsuttV. eicelUnt board Inbsths pleasant looking young peaches oil It, and taya his . McKlnuey tan bad by flowers and vines with the determination The rooms ars ths asm octranspired in the village. A eral interest of making their church yard the hand- trees generallr, will avertge as well cupied by me until recently, and I spesk Iron) Adam Catlron, of Kockcatlle, sold few negro fights created an occasional rip- somest spot In town JAMKN IsUIHtEKAH, yesterday to J. II A 8 II. Shanks, 22 two Die on the surface of Hiistonville life. No Stanford, Ky. An enthusiastic farmer said to ut yes. and mountain cattle for $190, birth, marriage or death in the Immediate '"We never had brighter prospects; trrdayt and 17 head to Anderson Nunnelley at vlctnltv. No lively topic ol discussion so ELECTION. the wheat U splendid, the stand of corn is $16 er head. far as I have he trd, except, psrhsps, the will bo more than fine, oats is Col. John A. Duncan sold to Kahn A usual vernal crate on the subject ol ner There will bs sn election LsM In tbs town ol a half crop of apples, and fully a half Furst, of Cincinnati, 200 fat cattle for July stiles in the Intrioate paraphernalia ot Lancaster, Ky., at tbs Nstloual Bank, crop of each." ON MONDAY, KAY 22, 1882, and August delivery, price 0 cents. He ladles' toilet. The rln give hopa that, with the For President and Directors of ths Buuford A LanMr. Abher Owsley asks us to request snys he thinks that they will weigh about exception of fruit, the ravages of the frost caster T. 1. 11. Co , st o'clock r. d the City Council if ther intend to stock 1.000 lbs jer bead by that time. I W. VANOK KKH, 1'rta. will soon be forgotten We may predict, Herald. the pond in front of the Court house with Wathen A Hamilton sold oil' of slop, however, with Vennor'e permission, an unfish, that titer do so at once. He suggests that German Carp be used, as they grow at Wathen Bros', distillery in loultville, usual activity in insect life this teuton. I delivered on the 10th Inst., to Cincin- noticed yesterday two well developed specfaster. P. 8. This sarcasm, FOR HALE! imens of the "Colorado bug" inspecting the nati parties, 150 head of steers at 0 cents Yesterday Mesa. A General Thief 75 bead at $5 05; 52 Itead at $4.75, and 20 potato crop. Aa I was uncertain whether I lists for sslt at uiy Meat Htort J. II. A S. II. Shanks missed some pants, head at $5 25. Lebanon Standard. they were on a predatory, or reporlnrlal a bolt of calico, Ac, and suspicioniiiK Dick Lexington Court. 600 to 000 cattle mission. I gave them "the benefit of the PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! Shanks, a Hale crippled negro, had him arrested and lilt trunk searched. In It were on the uitrket, but no demand. No cattle doubt," knowing that in either case death Ant eslally two pair of pauts, two doien spools of any grade sold for over 4Jc. Prices was the only remedy. In the Green Illver found of silk, box fish hooka, and a number ot lly Itpeculltrly destructive on Sweet Potato, Qabbage, Tomato, &c, fancy- corks, a doien rolls of binding, two ranged from 2 to 4 Jo. A few broke mules country the . . . . . .n. All Italsod by A. (I. I'tadlstou. rules, toy house, ivc. me goous were offered and sold, well at from $100 to the young tobacco plants. Where the prewere rccognlied aa the property of four $160 per bead. There were a great many caution was taken to canvass the plant firms, and Dick waa put in Jail tu have an horses on the market and generally sold beds the supply will be abundant, but Orders from a Distance Promptly Filled. examining trial this morning. He had tq.JW, c where this was neglected, as It waa in most Address J. T. HAHKIN, but recently gotten out of prison for other well at prices ranging from $20 Stanford, Ky. t0.tr cases, there it an utler failute. cording to quality. stealing scrapes. Contention. Mim 1'antiika MoKinney left yesterday to Tisil her frienJ, MIm Julia Lorel, at Maysiillo. MimAua L. Hunt, of Ml. Vernon, la a guest of her cou.lns, Misses Jennie and Lucy Moberly. g Mn. David Ki.am Is in the cities good, for hta One I'rice Kentucky Clothing Houm. Misa Jkannik Dukoan, of I,nclcr, came o?er yestcrdsy to flslt her sister, Warren. Mrs. K. Mu. W.T. Queex has rented lliere.I-denc- e of Mr. John Mclloberls, (Jr., and will remove from Crab Orchard thereto at buy-In- Till, H.C., to attend the Southern llaptl.t 0ARHARD COUNTT. of Cincinnati, sold his of cattle recently bought Lancailer. from Ilruce and Gentry, at White's distilA very heavy rain fell here Wednee. Low rnicra n Woolen Dress Oood. at lery pens, to Lehman, of Daltimore, at a day afternoon LytleV Ilob'i considerable advance of $1, the purchase All Ilia preachers took a till Sunday, I offer for ale, privately, my proper- price, and 17 car loads of them were shippat the disorderly doings In town Saturday, ty In Stanford. J. II Warren. ed from here over the C. A O. route FriThe trial of Singleton for killing Hay " was continued till this (Friday) morning. Wanted. Country aldea, hams and day, Ilobrbon News. Cincinnati The demand for cattle Jetson ctn'l be found. houhlera; hlgheat market price paid Mc It not so brisk. Common are quoted nt Geo Hlgglnbothani is a candidate for Alfater A Ilrlght. $2 75 to $.178; falrtn medium, $1 to $'; Sheriff of Gsrrard county, subject lolhe Ciif.wino (iux la on the drtllne, late good to choice butcher grades, $5 20 to action of the democracy. giving the $0 60; si I Hers, W to $025; good lo choice quotattona In the Qmitr-Jovrna- l I am authorized to announce Hiram price at 12 cake for a nickel. cows ami heifers, $5 25 to $0 25; fair to Ilothwell, a candidate for Sheriff of Gargood to rard county, subject to the action of the Notice. Will my frienJ pleaae call at medium dairy cows, $1 to $1.75; choice do., $' to $5.76; common to fair Democratic party. my office inntead of aaklng on the atreet if good lo choice do., The republicans will hold a suppleI am at home. Iterpeclftilly, It. C. Morgan, oxen, $.150 to $150; $" to $0 U.'i feeding steers, $1.70 to $5.00; mentary convention Saturday, to finish Dentlit. Blockers, $.1 2j to $160. Hogs are still out their ticket. The offices ol Sheriff, The value of advertising la again ahown, going lip, and selected butchers and heavy County Attorney and Assessor, are lo be Tuesday's Iraue contslned an "ad" for a slilpixrs are worth $7 05 to $8, good light, filled. rorreondent at Huilonvllle, and now in $7 to $7 60; stiller, $0.50 to $7.50; comMr W.J. Page, the Singer Mathine Friday's iriue we have a letter. We got mon, $5 75 to $0 60. The sheep market Is Agent, It confined to lit bed with Rheumour same old correspondent, too, and that weak, common to choice unshorn, 3 to 0) atism. W. A. Burnstde ia off lo the mounwas whit we were after. cents; clipcd, ' to 6; lambs are dull at IJ tains on a business trip, Col. J. H. Bruce captured the largest fish and the presidenThe Dramatic Club conUmplatea visit- to 0 cents. LkxinOton IIacbi Illubber won both cy of the fishing club last Wednesday. W. ing Lancaster and Stanford. Come, Walton, our word for it, it la the best ahow we the of a mile heals Monday, in the same A. Yanlit has returned from Chicago. In order to close out their canned have seen on the boards for many a day. time. 1:171. over ntne contestants. Punster ltlihmond Herald. All right, our peo- got the Colt Stake. 1 mile In 50) and Free- goods, Geo. I). Burdett A Co. offer for the land the Maiden Stakes, mile heats, In next thirty days Yarmouth Corn, per ple will be glad to welcome them. Lute Fogle won the first dozen, $1.00; 1:45 and 1:451. Standard Tomatoes, A home belonging to John Itiney broke race Tuesday, one mile, purse $?00, in $1 60; 21b. do, $1.20; Peaches, Apricots, loose and dashed through town Wednes 1:52J, Pope Leo, 2nd, Lemar, 3rd. The Pine Apples, Ac, In proportion. Sugars, day, dragging a spring wsgon after him, second race, 11 miles, was taken by Linie Cofiees, Teas, and Queensware, much lowhut fortunately he "kept the middle ob de S. in 2.05, Mammonlst, 2nd, Capias, lirj er thsn elsewhere. road," and did not strike any of the mini-erou- a the third race waa for purse of $200, The Democratic County Committee vehicles standing on either side. No 1 1 miles. Five started and Lucy May was will meet Saturday, to name Its candid-ale- s. damage waa done. the winner in 2.01, Ilrambaletta, 2nd, There are indicationi of a swap of!. Hegiaz,3rd. Wedneiiday'a races were rnn the will A Mr. Meckel, Canned gooda lower than ever at (talc large purchase Nunnellfv'. BRUCE, PENNY DaPKCu-IRLlLflC-aLOIiST- & - McALISTER DKALSS 1ST a WARREN & CO. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY 1'hyslclsns' Prescriptions seeoralely romjoutvled & FANCY ARTICLES. Prrpsratlona aspeclslty. M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA PIOUSE BLOCK, HTAlVirOKll, ICY., 1 Specialty, M TT Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, Tollrt nml Fmtru Article, Iloott, Stationery, Tobttrea and Cigar, Whir, t,lqwor,A-c- . M'hulrlan M'reerlttlonm anil Thar maeeutleal Preparation n Hlill 1W1 TIiIhNcw Mill, containing (lie Intent niitl MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Wctl-iiCHdaH The Supervlsora found that thirteen perrons had "allied their property too low, among them the richest men In the county. They tell us that there is great Inequality in (he valuation of lands, much of it being at a good deal less than half its cash value, while none exceeds CO per cent, of it. For iMHiiiilacltiriiiR meal and Hour, 1h now lit full operation. Wo will grind Tor ciiHtoincrx, Tor tho present, on TiiCRdtty, TlutrNdiiy, Friday and .Snttirdny ofcHcli week, and on Conrt-Dayand all other public dax. lie solicit a liberal Miaro or patronnge and will endeavor to give entire HittUfiictlon. y, Plour, Meal, Corn, Bran, ShipstiiiT, &c.. Always on hand and for Hale. Highest cash price paid Tor Corn, H'hcat, Ax. OrdcrHlcft at Mill promptly attended to. 's a E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oponod a FJno Stook of Consisting of Also, a Nico Lino BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. 4 CD of & M I am opening daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Markot.to bo sold at Bottom Bricos. Call and oxamino.- TIM W-- HIGGINS, Salesman. E. U. CHENAULT. JOS. SEVERANCE. D. B. EDM1BTON. CARPETS?OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS P Mo m sJPJRXIXO ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. I. .i e CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. msm o Have J nut received direct from tho Eastern cities tho most elegant stock of en nsroTioisrs, MiriWfW i iJilo f.2n ' foaj 'o 1 o Clothing, Boots, Shoes, 3E3C3TS, cfcO. Ever exhibited in this market. New and ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, lSs-iEei? T -- J. fees; feaiia Silfcs ALSO it. n. A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, Including Nuii'h Veiling, Henrietta Cloth, limiting, Tainlso sjloui, tve, nnu in isicia iiiroHHiorimviuoi Dress Goods of Every Description. FVIsTs LINES TURNPIKE Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, ' EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIA8 TUCKING, 1 Itich-mon- Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, TANS, PARASOLS. &C. 500,000 PLANTS! "WHITE III endless variety, O-OOID- S and a atplendld assortment el Lawns, &e. (sIhuIihium, " "03 7 N3HUVM 'Bonua We have added la our stock a nleo assortment efCaritets, Uhru, 7 Wall Paper, Vc. OH CARPETS. Cloth, .MatlliiKs. ING GOODS. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- " PJPJM.HU - JilUMLUEii 4 cirl nrido and expectancy. Amid the crowd sat Col. aud Mrs. Hendricks, feasting their eyes upon tho happy faces of their "sweet girl graduates" fvrA.XT'&O'ZttD, ICY. and saw them win laurels bright ns May 12, 1882 ever decked maiden's brow, receiving Friday Morning, tho first honors of their class with niU'M(tliIiinfnioroiirniil -- Vat (ha tRtiMia Joirkai. 'TRUTH SUNDER THAN FICTION. A Lite Sketch. nv aoklkVaman. iraxTiit'iiD fo last wkk.) Hendricks at Lebanon Junction. A pleasant surpriso awaited Col. CIlAI'TEIl SIXTH. His W . Paper car wheels are composed en tirely of paper rings pressed together under a weight of six tons, and then fastened by means of twits, and steel tires put on them, when thoy nro reaITJ-IEWOEIdy tor use. Laid loosely tho rings stack as high as tho shoulders of an ordinary man. Under treatment thoy AND SELL THE BEST sink to tho thickness required. If off tho wheel, or the tire should wear BUGGYON THE GLOBE tho train run from the track, there Tasto or accident has betrayed them would bo no danger of their breaking, FOR THE MONEY. into a humblo sphere of human exeras thoy are flexibio and would spring. tion, nor do thoy quarrel with their A paper ball can be rendered so SEND FOR CATALOGUE instances of wisdom nnd holiness. It solid that nothing but a diamond tool fortune Ho who drifts into journalfelt tho force and mean can cause an indentation into it. At ism rarely leaves it; ho still plods on was then they AND TESTIMONIALS OF ing of that talisman of sorrow, "Faro-well.- " tho mill is a square block of compress- the daily toil which for him has a rare facination. Often there is no fame But so it is, "Life is indeed ed paper fastened on a turning-lathHUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN a drama" nnd tho sceno often changes. and so hard that a fine steel chisel is for him. Tho clovcrcst nowipaper innii may bo utterly unknown, and Wo pass over their journey home held ncainst it when it is moving, in WHO HAVE USED THEM and find greeting by the entire family stead of cutting the paper it willbreak not forgotten only because ho has nevD V er been remembered. His heart, DRESS who had gathered at Forest Glenn to tho chisel into a hundred pieces, lho is stout, at any rate; and, como welcome tho favorites. Happiness strength is astonishing. You can shown on every countenance, and lovo take a 5 note of tho bank of Eng- competence, or tho lack of it como tho highest or tho humblest position beamed in every eye, whilo overy land, twist it jnto a kind of rope, sus of pleasant reminiscence was pend 33'J pounds upon ono end of it, he still toils with irrepressible cheerrepeated for their pleasure. It seem- and not injure it iu tho slightest de- fulness, and hopes, when all is over COLUMBUS OHIO. with him, that his associates who KF.FEBENCES: ed thoy should never grow weary of gree. . Wen handling toui I har him will be reasonably sorry or fivwvrsuKHseeing and hearing aud felt as no tUt-lu- r pbwlant, lc, for lh Bath tubs and pots are made by funeral, Printers' Drewtttr inn. Ho wigoni, far Iht bata ltn cnllr pait four power would ever induce them to leave compressing tho paper made out of solemn at his aalliuclloa toall wbohata bouiini ititin, and i Circular. Indeed somo years linen tibrcs and annealed homo again. nptel tot aula In aril a (trrat many mora thla . that n, elapsed before they could be induced painted with a composition which be- Black Birch as a Substitute for Black Walnut. aaaon than an oMhe pratloua yara. Trunin jou wlltlit'lto nilallonlrraproraptlr, lam, NlciioLia IUx,, Llvrrjiuan. to leavo Forest Glenn, even to make comes a partthercof aud is Says the Toronto (Canada) Globe: Lafayette, InJ. n call or go to church. This was ob- The tuba last indefinitely, never leak. Black birch is rapidly coming tn favor. (Ikxtlkmkx: Wnalti uilng anjarlllnt jected to, seriously, by the old folks, and if putin the fire.will not burn them Black birch is a nnd your work In Clark county for In paat kiur and by the hardest efforts they were You can beat on it with a hammer handsome wood, and can bo easily yean with lb bwt aalliracllon to ourxlrra anil Your buegtea ara unlTrraally ar ciutoinrra. persuaded to mingle in society, which and not injure them. stained to resemble walnut exactly. It knowMiChl by our ruitoiuera to ttn lh vary the country. for Ibe prlr that can bUu(ht for a time they derived little pleasPlates compressed and annealed are is just as easy to work, and is suitnblo lapronouiKra fprlng ure from, as in many worldly pastimes very durable. You . can not only for nearly, if not all, the purposes to Your Combination aoflnt,llufrjf raalrat rlJlnj and by all to Ik the flnf.t, ue. Your Itrewiur aide-bthey only found sin and unholiness wash them, but drop them upon tho which black walnut is nt present ap buggy now In without a ilral Taking all Ini(l all la rertalnlr compared to their former pleasures floor and stand upon them. Tho plied. Birch is much the same color we frarlrnly aay that your bugglra cannot I beaten in the country for atyle, flulih, and durannd early teachings. Yet tho girls fork can be used for any practical pur- as cherry, but tho latter wood is now bility. Youre truly, TlKKAKTd Moaica. were welcomed and very much adJ pose, and tho knife can always be kept very scarce, and consequently dear. Springfield, Ohio. mired winning lovers but showing sharp. It is a difficult thing to obtain cherry (ItiTLiiiM: I hate bad in llrery now for fv, their preference for none; hence enTaper can,o substituted lor wood, at 350 a thousand feet, while birch over two Teara. and hare not apent a Mlar for re- life tho more, from the very converted joying frames and col- can ha had at nearly any saw mill at paira on mem, inu may-of loot uearir ai goui ai afTeral othrr new. Hare bad bugglca conscientiousness of being wholly and find none ao good aa the Culumbua ored like walput, cherry, and the liko., 810 per thousand feet. When properly Iteapectfully, Bucgy Oompany'a bugglee. by eilly sentimentality. Bedsteads aria, fashon'ed the same as stained it is almost imnossihlo to disT. K. lUoinxiK. Col. Hendricks was pleased that no car wheels, only of long straps instead tinguish tho difference lietween it aud Conyert, Georgia. lover had ever wou a place in tho of rings They are "very beautiful walnut, as it is suceptiblo of a beauflcgTLKHKrr Thebugglra I bate bad of your heart of his little girl and had he and lasting. Cooking and heating tiful polish equal to any wood now manufacture hare given me entire aattufaellnn. They arelheboat I hareerer uaed for the aamo possessed former wealth ho would stoves nre aisq aunealcd, aud it is im- U'cd in tho manufacture of furniture. aronuntofrooney. Youratruly, 1. Colli, Llirrymaru linvo given it all to shield her from possible to burn them out They am Iu the forests throughout Ontario Joplln, Mlawiurl. such danger. Mr. Hendricks would less costly than. iron. A hou-- o cati birch grows in abundance, especially OKNTLCiigM- with the frequently pay, I should liko to keep literally be constructed nnd furnished if the land is not too boggy. There is luanurjctureofand I hat e beenIn conueeled for Afleen bugglee dealing yeara. Your work doea nl look like luoat factory my littlo one with mo always, but with every convenience? in paper. a great difference iu tho wood ot differ work, but la amoolbly finlihed In wood. Iron should we die who would lovo or care uted In Minting cut factious. Where the land i." high Colurnbua and trhuralag. Material tiae proved tbe to Kill tie. Potato "Bugs." llugy Gmipany'abugglee for her as wo? This Claudia beard, and dry tho wood is firm and clear; I of the beat. They run light. Krrryoneln It is important. to destroy the first but bought your bug);leaare and made a firm resolve to remain if tho land is low and wet, the tola rountr who hare the beat of aatUfacllou, wellpteaaed, they glte This brood with them so long us God should spare brood of potato beetles. Youre truly, in early wood has a tendency to bo soft and of K. K, Watt. Wlnchralrr. Ilia. the dear ones. She knew that how- - comes front ,sthtrgrouod In all the northern the" Kettles soon lay their n bluish color. over well sho might marry, in the Spriug, and regions it can be found in great abuneggd in clusters on the doting eyes 'of her grnndpareuU, he orange-coloreThese dance, and, as the trees grow to such underside of-- potato leaves. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Cos. would never be the equal of their pet great extent, littlo trouble is experishe know ahm, howover kind and eggs are readily found by'turniug up enced iu producing a largo quautity. considerate n husband might be, he the foliage with a hoe handle, and picked off and; destroyed. If this is They tell of a man out West who could never be to them as dear as their little girl, and their age and omitted, tlio'laTviii. or 'Vruhs." snnn was putting a blast in a well, and it Hay Stallion, right hind loot and near Irout foot in is.s; urea uy while; H7i foud lovo for her was dearer to her hatch out, and begin their destruc went off prematurely and blow him C'baa. Dunn,nanut nigii: luaiw Co., Ky, Stanford, Lincoln Bllf.1 by Meaacnger Chief, the aire of Marvel, she therefore re- tion. Poison-i- n somo orm must now out into an apple tree about fifty feet than all else, and record T.ti. Maud M aaeoger.S'lS gait at 4 yeara mained a heart-wholmerry child be used. The two leading insecticides away. In a moment he recovered old; IUna 0. 1 VO gilt at .1 yean; Hattle Mcl. 2.10 ai are Paris Green and London Purple. himself, and remarking, "Tho Lord gait at 3 ycart; Abel AUiaiian,z.jugau anda yeara; for their sake. gall at t yeara old, other "Foi Mare," Both are arsenic compounds. Tho knows better than I do after all; I good onea. J.JI dam by Sentinel, record i.Ti, and the aire CIIA1TCR EIGHTH. "green" is s. manufactured nrticlo gues3 it is almost timo to go to prun- of litVon Amlio. record recently Iwughl Mabel DeVeign's two sisters had while the "purple" is a for N. or ing," took a largo pruning knife from by Commodore Young W. Kitaun J36; Slu.OOO; Anrentlnel, T. A., !:!; nette, each marred during her Convent life refuse compound from the dye facto his pocket and set to work. Vlvandlerr, 2 26; MI(Oon,XT7H-- . Capoul.2:2. ; (Sentinel, (I'ale'a) 2 Jo. (Irand bentlnel, nnd she now spent much of her time ries and therefore cheaper, ihese bentlnrl la full brother to Volunteer, that alanda with them; yet, uncle Hendricks' was substances are used either dry or wet. aire of St. Julian, it IA0O theaeaaon; and la the with recordaof 241) rerard,2lli, andol20vtheia still her home, and one to meet the In the former thoy.jiro mixed with M or better. DaiMers, 2d dam by Aleaander'a Abdatlab, tbe aire of flour or plasgirls out would never know they, were to 50 times their bulk-ofloldauiltli Maid, record 2:11; Koaallnd, - ter, and dusted orfted on best not sisters in reality. Tborndale. 2.22)i; Major Fdaall, 2.2V; HI. F.lmo, 2.30. AlexaudirU Abdallah by ICyadyk'a Claudia's father, with his family, while the dew is oti, or soon nfter a auctioneer's hammer. the grand aire of Maud 8 , record 2M. Orange had moved to Southern Kentucky, rain, that the wet foliage may retain and tbe aire of lexler.2 17,; Nettle, (i r I, 2.20; Uairlle, 2:21; Jay OoalJ, 2:21, aud JO CIIAITEK SEVENTH. and sho had seen nothing of them the Bubstance. In the wet method , othcra with record, of 2.30 or Utter. 3d dam by Ited Jacket, be by Comet, and lie by Four years have glided by mid since her return South. However, in which is now generally preferred, tho Sherman Morgan. Ited Jacket! iaul wai aired by strUL'clo and enjoyment, and in that each letter her father wrote home was poison is stirred in' water a large a halt brother to lllack Hawk. 4th dam an extra road mare, brought from the or so to the pailful and time we have said nothing of our ab- filled with au earnest request to see Kor'hby W. L. Vance, Merur couoty, Ky., and aald to be of Meaaengrr blood. Meaaeuger Chief school girls. For some weeks her, and insisted that she should make applied through a sprinkler, stirsent waa ilred by Abdal!ab l'llot, the aire ol Heard, after leaving home many a pitiful them a visit, which she declined as ring it frequently as it does not disrecord of 2.30, trial l?uy,- Ited Jim, In 2:28. long as any plea was available. Af solve. The "bugs" have been in most messeuger, filled with lit dam by Maubrlno Meiacngrr, tbe graod aire longiugs for home, found its way to ler two years had elapsed her parents potato growing regions so long that of bcutl'i Thoniaa, record 2.21, and tbe lire Forest Glenn; by and by they became prevailed on her to go. It was with full discussion of the subject is unnec2d dam by Mambrlno Chief, the aire ol Lady Thorne, record 2 I8J; Woodford Mambrloo,2:2l); less cheerless, and for the most part reluctance she left home, fully vowing essary. It is important to remember Matubrluo lllot, 2:27; Darkncat. 2 17: Mambrl- their days glided by liko a sunlit withiu her owu soul to remain but a that theso arsenic compounds are DR. no etar, B. MARCHISi, 2:2!Ji. i.ayt nay iienry, ivayv, urigooua, UTICA.N.Y., dream beneath tho waving forest trees very short time. Sho offered every deadly poisons, and .to be used with 3rd dam ky Imp. Napoleon, known ai tbe fox Discoverer of Sit. AIAllCniSrS bunting horie of England. and flower bordered walks of St. inducement to JUabel to accompany great caution. Any "green or "pura th dam by Tcuipeal; UTERINE CATIIOLICON, C- -de her, but to no purpose, her reply was ple" it is fortunate thoy havo mark L. Sill dam by Tiger Whip; FOR POSITIVE Cth dam by Uarnaby'a LMouiede, Every thing uupleasant had been always "No, no, Claudia, your step- ed colors in the house, should be put A Tula remedyCURE act in FEMAlECOMPUim. 7th dam by Cannon'a Whip; ' carefully kept from them that would mother likes neither of us, and I shall where no one can use them by mis- male ayelem at will tlmea, harmony wili the Feall and alio Immediately Sth dam bybhip'a raragon. upon the abdominal and uterine maKlea, and Abdallah l'llot wai aired by Aleiauder'a Abdalcause a ripple upon the calm bdiom of keen my distance," and Claudia went take, and out of reach of children. and etrong condition. lah. Dr. Marchlei'a 1 lerlue L'alhollcou will cure fall life's stream, and .they studied on all alone. She had telegraphed her fath- fAraerican Agriculturist for May. lit dim lllandlna by Mambrlno Chief. Ing of tua womb, I.ucorrLira, Cliroulc Inflamma2nd dim the Birch mare, by I'arker'a lirown l'lunmindful of the trials their parents er to be at the depot as the train tion and Lkcatl'm of the Womb, Incidental lot, (dam of Hoiallod, 2 21k). Mambrlno Meearn-gThe guards at the jail find Guileau Hemorrhage or Kloo.ll ig, Painful, Suppreaard waa llred by Membrluo i'ayiuaiter, the aire ol would had undergone. arrive before the daylight Kldnay Cuwplalnt, Irregular lato, and and la rapeciallyMenitruatlon, thelliange of Life, Mambrlno Chief. Iam by Van Kanralicr'a (Iriy ailati-tu aGd One evening alter more caro thau dawned, and sho knowing not where very sullen and taciturn of Meuenger. He la half brother to tlellah and Iota, is their opinion that ho is gradually All letter of Inquiry (iend for ptmi.hkt free. Iola waa rrgartleJ and mauy ot the firattrotten. usual, Col. and Mrs. Hendricks sat to go, expected nothing else. Alas I it freelr ajiawereil. Addr aeae alie. In her day aa one ol tbe beat trotting warea living. KlItNM.HllV Al.l.llltl'liRiNT. for how they the train went puffing up to the sta- giving way under tho pressure fur his Mambrlno l'aymaaterwaailred by old Mambrltalking of their little girls, per bottle lie aure and ailc Price 81.60 no, and be by Imp Meuenger. Dr" March. i: a ' i. rir.o athaitcon. Take no other had missed their merry voices and tion and sat her down, leaviog her "removal," aa he styled it. Physical happy laughter, "But wo shall soon alone with strange faces and stranger ly ho is not so robust as a month ago, ! CIllllN!lllt!I-'havo them home ngain, good wife I hearts on every side. It was one of and is losing instead of gaining flesh. rcr. Ken- Ha spends the greater part of his Muunone Liter have been thinking to givo you all it those cold, bleak, sleety mornings in Hay Htallluu, no white: foaled Iu 1879: bred by ulaior aoon brraka the Llncolo county, Ky. pleasant surprise. I intend to let care January, so characteristic to Ken- timo reading his new work, and has (bulla and carrif-- the Chaa. llunii, Htanford, Chief. hired br Meaaeuirer of of I,er cut cureethewhen lit dam ky Alcalde, lire of Hylaa, record, 2:2Vi; go danre with lite devil and we will go tucky, which naturally surrounded one ever discarded the It Knlgma, 2..0; F cy Pay, 2.39. all other rrincJital.il, to seo our girls graduate; but mind, ire with an "army of blues." Her pros- which ho was formerly so boastful He 2d dam by Foreigner; 3rd Itoie Mary, by Imp, Sovereign; will not lot them know, for I mean to pects were so dismal that ahe halfway appears to realize fully that only 7 Sick Iloml-- a till dim. by lui... Leviathan; dim weeks will elapse before he pays tho witness their triumphs without myself roaolved to tako the noxt train South', nth dam Juliet by Koaclu io; tho. C h dam Klank by blr Arcby, being teen. Jin had long been u when u hotel porter came in to whom penalty for his crime, and the pros For tbe relief and 71b dam by Imp. ISyche, by Blr I'eter Telle; by lUbby great desiro of Mrs. Hemlrick, but she gave her baggage and went there, pect is not 'at all cheerful to him. cure of tlila diaireiilog aUllcllortb take Mruinoua t Ii dam Sprraniaa. Bordeaux; to Saltium, by own liter Lately he has shown a deposition tn 1.1 cr lleiulator illli dam she knew slio could find much use for tending a me3sago to her father. E llpao YNIi:i'NI4. loth dam by Virago, by Snap; tho money it would require to visit begun under mcli unfavnrx find fault with the manner iu which The A visit nlll polll If iiirelhla Irrrl'd lllh dam br black and all Blalk br Crab: Kentucky, and olio was willing to bio auspices could bo of little inter his food is cooked and served, claim dlaeaae iv e aueri riupuaiiiauy what we know to 12lli dniu MUaMuiii.rkln, by young True Blue; ing that so distinguished a person tie true. CONSTIPATION I3IU dam by Lord Oiford, lluu Arabian; mako the sacrifice. Now that it was ost yet at times was gay; and when lllh dam by Dr. Archy'a black. legged lUijal indeed in her power to make tho visit, ncr 'iciiuaiutauco wits more extended merits tho best that the markets af- fibeuld nut lie regarded aia lilfllug ailment. Na, mare; luredraiauda iheutruvel regularity of the bowela. Foreigner wai ii red ky Imp. (ilenoe. she weut to work eagerly making all she was very popular, and somo hours ford. Tberrfore aatlat nature by taking luiiuona Llrer lliadau., Corrina. waa a line rata mare at all Uiajulalor. It ia turuilraa. mild aud elfrclual. dlilancee For her rftriuauree lee Turf Itegiiter, The house were pleasant. Her stepmother, seenecessary airatigemeiits is "One utory is good till another Alcade waaalred uv Mambrlno Chlel. l'll.KN. was gone over renewing, romodeliuir, ing her growing popularity, was told." The whale story, wherein ono lit dam by l'llo , Jr , Ihe aire of John Morgan, llellel ai band 2 2I, Tackey, 2r2C; record, lot aud making bright every thing for aroused and her wrath teas great Jonah played an important part, has day w Hilat'llea. Itfor tbo' who autter day aft.r Tattler, l;lt; VqueenTemple, Weit, 2:20U: I'enrral baa cured hundred!, aud will or the 'i:l&; the" comfort of tho children as if th rjhenuau, 'J:jj',; and Ihe grand lire ol Maud ., Claudia rarely received a call that she held the boards long enough. A mod- in re ywi. record 1M)ii MaiubrlooUia. 2i2Ui Voltaire. 2ill- MAI.AItlA. very thought of being homo again did not afterward got a harsh repri em adept now claims tho honors. He I'eraoua bitjilaud, Hylaa, 2.2lt; Vllly lloaktoi, niar arold all allacte by occaaluiiallr to cause tho hearts of mand. Thin was continued until her writes to the Keidsvillo (N. C. ) Times: liking a done otjiiuoua Liver Itegulator 10 keep I.2CM; tiiaii was not enough 3.1 dam bv Black burn'a Whip. the Llrtrlii health, tutt.u icliool girls to bouud with joy, Mrs. proud spirit would brook no moro. "Mr. Henry Edmunds, of Charlotte The abohorica will make Hie araaoo of 1IS2 , at Chaa liuiui'i, tullta from Mlaofoid, on ,IAI llcudncks had never seen ttiem Bltice Sho freely vented that hot robclious county, Ya., had a large red hound neutrally arising from IIICIMTII a dlaorJrred Ktoiuat'h, ean "I'.uib Branch l'lke,'rune mile from rllaoford aud left home, and was not prepared temper upon tho uncommon woman, named Hose that one day caught u Unlimited by taking Lliiimoua l.lrtr Jtrgulilor. l.iucntrr pike, aud S mllel from Stanford and they Uauvllle pike. Abdallah Meaaeuger at 7v to for tho change a few years had inado and began making arrangements to rabbit in the field where they were cuta wile Iu foil. Meaaengrr 1'rlme at IIS to iu them. Several of the family at return home, only remaining a suffi- ting wheat, and swallowed it without fjiuiiuoiie Uvcr Itegulator turn eradliatea t tile lluurea ware Io foal. Money due at aoon a a lb fact la awertalnetl. Addreaa the ayittni, long intervals had gone to see them, cient timo to warn tho family, wheu u biting it. It killed the dog. The dlaeaae from luipurlllaa (taring tho akin ileartud "V1LiT-I3-- J O. I1UNN, free trow all btauford, Ltucolu county, Ky. but now moro thau a year had claimed most happy arrival assisted iu inatur- - rabbit scratched out. COMO. .( .. .. . niuco a familiar homo faco had greeted lllg tier plans earlier than she had ChllJrc-- eun"erlng with colic rn.ni eiwrleuce rellegulalur laaJiuluiiter. lief A Cincinnati, woman visited a juiall. ed. wbeu bliuiuoua Liter g.eat Imuetlt from Ibla DRUGS AND GROOERIES. them. Time, that irou ruling king is IiojmxI. Raymond DoVcign, Mabel's Adulla bIm, derive pr inedlclua,, lllanot uiipletuanlj It la hariuleta aud On and sjow iu his flight, and the exhi- second brother, nod been to Central oox Pirtrcut; ues u never after Aran I, mi, I troM to aell ouly My aluck ol Druga for caiU or touulry pruduco. bition' day had dawned bright and Kentucky on business, aud had on his her huelm'ud.'jiwt to Booi what Ttbo eifmttte. l'urely vegetable. audUroterleali lull and couiplete, aud marled CAUTION. cloudless. Tho grand old halls of St. return stopped over to seo friends disease looked like." She caught the Kecirrlut that you get the geuulue Miuuioni down tu the loweit caib Agurea, conaeUenlly I liieui, CdOjL, were full of eager there aud Claudia was not long in contagion avl, conveyed U to her Liver IteguUtor In our engraved White Wrapper, mint have Ike wouer forauch aa or aucli aitlclea o lumber, limber, produce aa I can handle, btauip with red had gone through curiosi- making known her grievances in husband aud;J)IyCBild,.'llat!i parents broken,- . , ruKriUKUOSLt and Signature uu lateaaud all llienroducliof lhafarm aud dairy, uv fhocliildr-nurvivctl- . AcAo. (live uaarall. Her ty, some to criticise, und others to which ho sympathized, readily offering died aud V.. N. MBUII, J, II, .KM.IX A i'O., HbelbyClly, Ky. W linoa fciuld by all llrugglali. I'uil.aukLi'iiia. watch loved faces flushed with school overy uftsislaiino in bis power for u curiosity was doubtless gratified. X o how-over, sur-viv- o sou who had been a soldier was on the train going South, and llio old man's heart hounded with joy as ho thought of tho pleasure their return would rive his ffood wife. Yet it may bo ho sighed, it may havo boon that bitter tears filled his eyes. It may havo been that his bosom, liko a troubled sea win experiencing some inward emotions as visions of pust luxury and future toil filled his mind, when contrasting tho change in his boy's homo coining to that of his leaving. Ilowover his stern manhood trampled over despondent thoughts, and determined' to begin step by step and regain his former wealth. When ho arrived at Forest Glenn, his affairs were minutely examined, with a hopo to find them less cheerless than was feared; but a careful inves ligation proved them to be in a worso condition, and many a long day of struggle stretched out before him.; At times he was disconsolate, and had it not been for tho assistance and counsel of his good wife, ho would have given up, willing to stop the weary pilgrimage. It is when adversity surrounds ami caro weighs heavily, beariug the soul down in sorrow that tho purest instincts of the female character are re vealed, she can make the fireside a most charming and lovely place on earth, with its sanctified affections. There are gems more precious than gold "laurels less prono to fade than those won by statesmen and warriors" and what more honorable distinction can woman desire, than to fill homo with sunshine, making it a typo of heaven itself. "In ministrations of mercy she should shine with undying effulgence." And in those ministrations Mrs. Hendricks was surrounded by a halo brighter thau the midday Blio knew the world was full of Bun. wretchedness broken hearts were more agonizing than broken limbs She bound up those wounds that medical skill was never designed to heal probed aud nullified those sorrows that surgical instrument was never destined to reach. This was a true woman's mission, aud she cheerfully fulfilled every duty making ull around bright und pleasant. There is still op Dorlunitv for every noble woman to render herself distinguished as angels of goodness and mercy for tho depths of human woo have not yet all been explored. But I must not moralize. Col. Hendricks surrounded by such lovo found his troubles not so difficult to bear. With his sons ho soon to make the grand old place ap pear natural, and hope was buoyant. Prior to tho rebellion ho had been much barrassed by securities. He would havo been able to meet the never ceasing demands for money, had not the war so drained his income, and just as tiio sweet bird of hopo began to warble its sunniest lays, the notes became due; ho was forced to part with much of his land, keeping a mere pittance of his once vast estate. This for a'time almost paralized his energies asMiosaw his property under the bo-ga- Happy, grateful tears filled tho eyes of Ixith father and mother ns they watched tho triumphs of their children, all unknown tn them. As soon as tho exercises wcro over Claudia and Mabel were loving ly clasped to their parents' breast in joyful surprise Yet when tho parting hour came, they found it no easy task to leavo scenes so consecrated, ami friends so dear; although happy in tho thought of being "home ngain" many a tear was shot at the thought of leaving a homo so endeared to them by lone years, and tho Nuns, alas I tho bitter, bitter tears flowod unrestrained as thoy remembered how pa tiently and lovingly they had carefully guided their footsteps ocr tho flowery meads of knowledge, nnd encouraged them when their hearts grow faint or lingered in the paths of duly as thoy gathered up along life's pathway proud dignity. return So'ttth, hirwsilf escorting her on tho way, Whrcnibcr father found sho was determined to go ho was terribly incensed, and heaped ma nv a bitter cnithot unon her. while her stepmother sat byJa .Ailinc ix u Its' t io a. Her stsler, iwl wnij'll havo been a loving companion, looked unon ncr ns an interloper, or somo- .. I .- - I. 1..I ..... .l'f tiling entirely ui'iicnui ncr ihujbihiib notice: and as had IWn feared, thov rendered her stay unpleasant in tho, most painful degree, nnd it wns with delight Claudia left thorn. speedy Them Newspaper Man. .!! (to iiri continued ) The Paper We Use. Tho reason why so few men, comparatively, succeed in journalism is becausoso few havo for it tho temper nment and tho constitution. Moro than a moiety of mankind Is slow, lacking in alacrity, nnd devoid of a senso of proportion. Tho art of put ting tilings rapidly into Miaiw is not well understood by tho public. This is tho reason why wo havo sermons, lectures promotivo of sum nolcnce, nnd magazino work which presupposes longovity vouchsafed to old gentlemen and tho ladies of tho Old Testament. The public is not inconsiderate it is only ignorant. The newspaper is a mystery, of the manufacture of which it knows hardly anything. Thoso who give to it tho cnthusinm of youth, tho vigor of manhood and whntovcr of wisdom and experience old age may hnvo brought with it, might have had an abiding famo in this department of literature or tho other, in tho field of science, in the arena of public affairs. long-windelong-abidin- pyvft TtfC' CONDKN.IKO TlinOtJCIII TIMB TAIH.K STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, HKI1ITHT UTANMIIUi, KV, nAUIMffiGKtf y k 'vmwuuww ivvuvu STILL UMESTBUl ii! LEADS WITH THE CINCINNATI SOUTHERNH.R. OH ABII AfTF.lt MUNDAY. ., ., W!NC, baaLKVIK AI'llll. D. IMl, f '"?)l 'gfSxSH Menumenta, Tralmwlll run aa followa. TRAINS 80UTII. tT I llraditonce, Tal.leta, Ac. Maihle Work o( all kind ijlil liey 8TATI0NH. Lve. rinelnnatl(l) . " ' " ' " (leorgftown........ ' Uvlnftonri) ...... " Nlcholnvllle lllgli Bridge H tvaiion Crittenden Wllllamatoen Nadlevllle .. .. r Arm Nlgt K.. H. 3 F.I hrallr anteed eiecu-teiltn- tl ... .. I"j 11 ,. f guar- in HI 00 4 32 4 tin ion 10 42 11 iWweWE!: and SOI ed on applica- M 10 l 54 If) I 117.1124 Sift (41 T tion. rue TttlllSt . w llarmdikurgjunctlonll) m. " " " " ftoincrwl llreenwontl lianvllle Junction (3). IU IX ... ira I 4 Nnreood. ... IM IK) ..-- .... .. Talevllle. I7 I M -- ln?llle 100 107 II12S 12 4 710 1133 Ill lift 170 101 an 3 24 43 12 0 1123 102 2 14 12 34 3 43 12 fit I III 3 30 Arr. Chattanooga (V TIIAIN8 N0I1TII. .Ill liTv AriuiMal Fa UTATION. fr V. Lve. Chattanooga " IV.yce.. .... " " lu vton ... " IWiyce.-- -. 'IUckwou.1 Uprlng City CumUrlan.l Falla. Chltwnod .... tllen Mary ,.. IW,. 201 III .. 1M 3M ..... . .... - tni 2M M 10 t .Vtlfl 7 40 700 S t t1 4 4.1 27 I f I II a to 1010 3ft M 7 Ml (40 711 HIS JaaaaV Cnfe-VERW- . LaTiaEIl ((). ' Dayton. riprlng City llockeooj. .. . ...... .j . . rt no 3 10 HO 3 10 7)0 700 IBB ' ar E tllen Mary ' Chttwonil. " Cumtvrland Falla. .... tlreenwootl. m. ' Tatavllle " riomeriel ....... ... " eNorwowl Danville Junction 13) Danville " Harrodiburgjunrtlon(l) 714. 4 50 3 1 7M; 710 S8J 330 7 4J 14 1033 112 10 23 1143 134 1117. 133 139 Thla preparation la pnrely Tegetaltle end free fruni nil drletertmia oc dangermii auliatanree, and It la anenlutely certain tu bring all kimliorworme from the human ayitein, II 14 nut iiaiiieating Io the meal delicate alomaeh and children will take II aa readily aa Ibey wrl nn.Uea, whim ihould rerammeiHl It to every hnuiekeeper I'arenuran apply It "Itli aafely and eyea, happy faree, and Jnyouiiplrlta will tinconaliMiity eapreee Ihe gratitude of the llltle nnee II l the mnly irkhnr IM 177 133 lilt II 34 . . . iim 11 .1 w .... 117 Til 223 233 211 24 " " 4C IM. . SOU 320 141 4 4 4 . I 13 . I 3D. 2 . 2 41 SSI 3 07 3 41 120 137 teerMi differ that Ii pleeunl lotake I'litoiilii IwrMiunre vlali, and aold liili-alerat twenty hve tenia. TrynUdlle Mannraeturr.1 by C. CHCMINKA- - CO. Office, fflfl .vgnlii ftfi-eel.miilttlllr, Ky, A MiAtiiTta. In Slnilord by lor ilt riiar Nlcholaivllle ' Uxlngtoa (1) " lleorg.tnwn. ... Madlevllle. ingH nri.i(J) ... 320 tM 231 03. 31., fire-proo- close-graine- d tt 3 37 niai a SA Wllliimitown .... IJIO 3 371. 339 Crittenden. . 1313 4 11. 411 " Walton... 13,13 7 00. 700 Arr. Clocluoill (I) Wh,rt time la not riven Iralna da not alr.lt. Meil atallana, I. Conneeti with all rallroadi centering at Cincinnati, lor the noun, ran ana Weil. 2. CAnuecti with I C. A I. and K I 4. (Vnnecla roada. 3. Keniurkr Hirer Brldee. with 8. W. It. It. fir llarrodiliurg S. Conneela with I X 0. 8. It. It. 4. Oennecli with all dl verging llnea lor all polnla In the boulh, Hou lieait Night Kipreia and AcconiuiwU-HourendiUand Mouthweit blher tnlna dally esccptKundaye. K. V. WIWON, tlcnl. IVe. Agl. 8. WOODWAKD, Hnperlntendenl. 3. l 4 4 3i 3 koii:kicic imi Ji3xelle7lxeSWJ'JV 1 ,-rv i ft. Us BQlol3333333333333WS3V BxBxBxSLm kW Bl .'Valta'a'a'B'BH -- ''v aaea733xy4HrrSS3,j CONDENSED TIME. ft UAIMtOAlf LINK. TKAl.NS (K)IN(I NOIITII. into-pictur- Maarii I, Lvet. lUebmond Llvlnjitoo...... Crab .irrbard. Htankird. lAueaiter ..... . IKS'i ,1. hen 0 . . lbanon. ....... New Haven. Arr Ibanon Junction. THAI.N8 hhelbr Diovllle Junction .. ..... MllehellaUurg Clly.... ..... .... ..W.,I0 on II 30 3A 3 45 u " " pm .. ... 11 12 I 20 . ....- -I .... I It2 IT 4 4 " u ' ' ' Tina KmxSriLi ki Will fTaen At MrSra-LIn Mllledtaviileand will be iwrmlllcl Io aerve20 blorlrd inarea by private rentrarl. Dania of wlnnrrafree llodrrlek Dhu lie bright niihcv-an- y with black raane and Ull. la 4 yean old and fer a yeara training make good time Hell by Imp Boekden. be l.y Bay Mld.llelen. out of Mary Craig. Buckden waagvl by "Lordi lifden," (Winner ol the great 8t Itlger Hlakee, Ihe Dnea,trr lake-, IMS, and aval year od won Ihe Woialrole .Stake, the Champagne etakre and Ihe 1- - Year-Ol- d Mtakra ) Out ofConiequence by Bay Mkldlelen. Kndeflck'elitdaiH. Marr Craig, by Knight ol fit. ierge. lod. lUiuli, by Mulatto 3rd, 1'roMer.i br Euclid, III, dam farlheneiua, by Cervanlee; Sth dim Starlaiine. hy 8erccrer,4lh dam Thenullna, liyllrtMlhr 7lh dam Violet, HieldrnioTk'e dam', by hhark.allidam by Myphou, Vth dam (Jultk'a luanoiie. ur jtiena. lain uani hr (Tan. 11111 dam by Dyer'a IHmple; ijlh ilam by BelheH'e UaiU- way, isthdam by Whyrtet. Ilthdam, lUyal Mire. Mirjr Oritg'i lit dam wai "Cbrlilmai" by llotl-erlDhu, ln.1 lien Vaneletlo by Ihe Colonel In Koglaud, 3rd Verelia, by lllarkloek, lib In l' Overlea. tth Welnul, 7lh Ituler, Nth by Malbeu, lh FlephetrM by Itegutui; 10th Jenny fplnnee by l"ollter, lllh llreylMundt lllh 8onhBHlai, dam be Ur lurb, 13th lT, . . I .. ' W SO II Ii'Arey'aCbeitnut Arabian, lllh While Slrlnl; 13th Kill Slonligue Mare tlinui'i Cincinnati Junction.... ... Lnulivllle.. .....-- . 4 OS . 4 " n. t. hins:i.i IIOINII SOUTH. ITiTcfun, 3 2 3 4 ""Hi am I. lint. Lve. lAUlivllle..... Lve. htanford. Crib Orchard.. Arr. Llvlngiton .. . Lve, Lantaiter Arr. lllchmond. . " ,.. 30 am 00 pm av 10 2M 330 TiiiiTaorriao-aaai- iff mil ) ,V. 7!I rrktf i . N Abdallah Messenger! PULLMAN PALACE CAR8 Montgomery, To Meuipbli, Little Itocv, Mobile, and New Orleana, from prrient lluilonvlllaonthe EmlgrautaloTeaaabavelhelrckolceoftworoulee: via Memnhlaor via New Orleani. Time reurli quicker and ratee lower than by any other route, tin aiKime QDI0KE8T, OHEAtlST AND BEST lloute to all ilnt. In Mlaurl, Kaniaa, llllnoli, InJIana. Iowa. Nebraika. Colorado. Arkauiaa. Only one change to Chicago, St Loula and KaiL, Mouth, Kanaaa, Colorado, an I eulg rant ratee to 4J. ATMORi:, Florida, add.-e-u (len. lNua. and Ticket Agt., Ioulavllle, Ky. Or V. J. Anthony, Agt., Htanford, Ky. For futther Information alwul tlckela to tbe I. f Wirejoilrs! "BLUE-QRAS- S ROUTE." KENTUCKY CENTRAL IT. IT. I THE M(WT DKSIIUULE 110UTE T( CINCINNATI! THE ONLY LINE KUNNINO - heart-hungr- y ofLe-wlni- FREE PARLOR CARS BETWEEN tbe fact Ii atcerlalncd or mare puled with. I.I en Waterloo la rttilned on roll, ml money Ii 11.1 3 yeara old, black 17 kandi hlgh.ofiplendM ityle and action, and aa well bred aa any liorae tn the lead, lie ia by Itlchelleu. be by Mambrlno Chief, he by Mambrlno I'aymailer; he by Maubrlnot he bv Imp. Meweoger; lit dam Helen Mar, by llay Sleiarugcr, be by llarpluui; be br HataUeloolan; be by imp. MrMcngcr, 2nd daw lied Bird, by Ckn-DWhip, be by Itlackburn'a Whip; he by liurlel Whip: he by Callram, dam by Hermare by ImiorletI od, 3rd dam a iiMirough-brc- d Bay 31euenrer'adam waaout of a full Diomede. and bv Imp, Itoeklngbam. bto.ti MeaAengcr mare, faihlonaldy lire.) trolling Richelieu Ii tbe m.el hone InAmerlca and winner ol mure premium, and punea than any hone In Kentucky, few of which Leilogton, Ky , Orit premium areeeJullowi.-- Al ever Ibe get of Mambrlno Chlel, Urbana, Ohio, IF&1. all work and aweepilakca, I'rUni, tm, all work and awecpitakce Vrbana, HC, nnlpcrmluut fur laiteil trulllng atalllon, tM, alio Snt premium for all work, rjldoey, IM7, finl premium fer f.il-e- il trolling atalllon aim Mil premium lor all wo. k; Urliani, Aral premium for nil work, alxi awecpetakci premium for a illver tea aeivlre; Uhle Mtate Fair, Aril piemlum of J0 for all woik, and weetakeaof 1100, Uitltg 17 liorrea ol all agra and bree.li; Urbana, Ilea, allvrreaitor and illver pitcher. L'ibana, lfcW, awrctakce pirailuiu and puneoftJO for faileil trotting atalllon, Mayivllle, pun for Luteal trolling atalllon, la 1 In 3; alau pune fur lal 3 In t, Ohio Stale Fair, 1170, premium of 1100 for beit italllon and lve mite. Tim to wagon Watertou'adiia Ly llelm'a York, ahlredamby Wclilger'a Belihaaaan 2nJ dam by KoMUttiSrd dam thenited man m.re owned br- Jo Helm and aflrrweide by N. T. lee. AI the urn place we will alio itand our Sue Jaik.liAkkMiuALL. by hllgaU'a old llabe, lb well known mule Jack, alts to Itiinre a mare In foal. Mouey due and lien relalne.1 aa above. Ilia Bntdamwaaby Caldwell'l Marlogo Maiuutoth. M. N. A M.T. Kl'SSr.l.l.. April ISill. iea.n at Jatnet Drye'a alible 2', mllea Mlddleburg roa.1 at lait'ac a Mann In Fan money due when NriLUos will make tbe tu J. JUXlllLCtOll IlllU OlllOllllUltl. 1331- :- TIME TAIILi; IN EFFEOT MAUC11 IS, Lve. ).. er ! I0.OO am 4 44 p m 4 30 pm . II 43 am Arr. Uuclnnatl. Leave Lexington a! 4.33 p. iu. end arrive at Mayi- vlllea.13 , 10. Free Parlor Car leavea Lexington at 2:15 p. lu.and leavea Cincinnati at 1 p. m. Islington " Mayavllle. " I'irla.. " Crnthlina. " halmouth ...,.., .. . . AIjKITKR. Io elate MI.MIi:it. ThIM:patenta have lor Ia wlih lime Uwnthat Hi loog offered tlorbam , ...... ,...... 7:30 5:43 3:20 6:53 a am a in am 2.13 12:30 3 05 3:10 pm pm pm pm JIESSEEirritTNCE Bible-readin- aya-U- iu Cloae connection made InClndnuatl for all point! Kortb.hait and Weil, ripeclil ratee to Emlgtanta. plarei for a Aik the Agent at the above-netue- d the "Blue (Iran Itoute." Bound, trlu ticket! from Mavavllle aud Iilnaton to Cln. cliinatl aold at reduced ratea. For ratea on houicliold goodi aud weiteru tkk-et- i, addreea OirucnrWu DaxitNi. Ciucann, April 10, '82 11 aAxuvatii .v it., iiiHree, aTbe owoera of certain nalenti. known aa the '31, I. ;illtIIAJI," hat brought aultagaliiil my me, alleging inirinceincnt in lt;i.Hinii lien. Emigration Agt., Covington, Ky. C. UU1I0WN, 0.1. AT a. CIIAS. A. HA81.ETT', KENTUCKY'S ROUTE EA8T AND SOUTH-EAST. 1 Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., Direct Itoulo wllliout ClmiiDi) of Curs m -- hktwken romia in KuMlueky and lluutlogton, btauntoo, lotteivllle, Ulcbmoud, aud the Hborteal, Quicken aud moil Comforlible lloute to Ckar- - . SJ-- jaiiniuci:. re LYNCIIUUKO, IrANVlM.E, XOHFOLK -- ... KUIL Virginia It North Carolina PointB. l'mtuax Coaciin AiTiciiku. For tlikele and further Infoauatlen, apply Io or addreaa W. W. ticket tour neareal FulghtailBce, I'eiwugir Ag't, Lex- Dlv, and Ington, Ky ). mor-protest- s specta-tors;-80m- e Traiie-ilar- k, - W.NMITH, (lali'l Manager, IIu'iimomu, II. W. 1I,i.1:H. Uan'l 1'au'r Ag'l, Vuoiau. II I,NO i: II pattella, any other laacbluc, Any machine that rciulrea lluic aiaof advertla lug muit m Iu aad need ol auUlanllal merit! Iu comtuaudlt 'Ibii coucrrn lalla to Iniert In Ibeae paid adrertlaemeuta tor the iTtieSt of purchaieraof urm macbluery, that they ate now lu the rouila aadefiudanti In aulta for lulling menu of Ihe Maaiu lUavkaTim paleul, lor lufrlugenieut of IhelBirdou pileuliol Bludera, aud for lufrlog-ue- ul of theljiahaui tateutaou Mowera, Why do they not advcrltie the fjcl that all. or nearly all machine Ibey have put out of laleare aubject the lopaleutllllgaltouT Aud with the lonuula uiuilly apliemlnl lu Ibe notice of lb Blutteriult. "It would be well for farmer tobeeaullou lu buying MiCoriultk maihlue,tlc Finally, I wlih tuay, I waiSritlu put 11 iuo. ccailul'l wine Binder In the barveit Meld, I have made and am making the beit aud uoat aucceaiful Twin Binder I have aold mora and am uow Binder uiakluir laa I bellevei mtirelwlu than In Ibe Hulled Htilei. I (hall auy other cow-erloulluue tu make aud aell the lelbludcr. I am able and dliiioaed, aud will warraut, defeud aud prolrcl agaluat all advene clalmanla aud eviuera, all pail, preaeul and future puriliami of the Deir-lo- g Twlua I Inder. If tbetxiurta In thla caae, or any other, dud lue guilty of iulrlngriueul. 1 will abide by thilr Ueil.loil aud reipoud Io Ibrlr luau-dat- e. Wu. DaKamu, Fur leruil aud I Ireulara, rail ou or addreea and It will bohaxardouilubuy neat a moneraie royalty, aou were rareiuny in. veilleate.1 tir luv atturnevi. who decided tint I In no way Infringed them If Hi ownera think legilimat aa I right that olberwLw. It liiult theyahould inbuilt the lime to Ihedcclilon of Ibe I will cheerfully lolu Inue and uroiKT trltun.l. abide the reeult. A dwlilon Iu lh Circuit Court eau icarcely lie especial in leu inan tnrre to live yean, an.) a dual one In the Supremo Court Iu any leu I lue; you need not therefore expert to b uaile Iiiiiueuiaieiy appiei' icu wnu me nuai iiaue. 'fhen.urliareuieii utatiy uue wlihlng tn ungate hi paleiita, aud the owner of lliii, utlent at liberty to proiecuie their action agilnit either Ihe n.auulactuer aud veuder, orauy aellcr or uier; but having proierly eletutl to piocccd agalnat me, they are ileharred Iroiu act'ou agalnit auy of tbe otberacoucern.d Thli coueeru Ii uudertuod to d have Im. ome Ihe owner or ol Ihea palmta by thve&cliang of other pitemaof llltl value, and la uow nomllug Ihe newipaperi of lb country will) notlraa of Ihe lull aoompauled with iummeuli lutendett Io make the Imprenlou tbil ptt it rontroli tbe TVIi; 40.iu-iv- t r. I. AI.HKillHT.SIilifoid.Ky., Agvul for Lincoln Cuuuly.