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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 16, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882051601_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 16, 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. jfemt VOLUME Scini-Mttltlj X.-NUMBEII to Hal STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY. MAY 16, 1882 10th, 1882. ImtftiaL NEW A 510. "PRAISE THE SERIES-NUMB- ER 43. nfcriorournal LOUD." M Vf!itAMX:, that Inlttttr- W. P. WALTON, T. H. WALTON, .... Butnets 2. 50 - - editor and Proprietor. Manager. Subscription, Ah, rim Annum. Anttror to Line clowoi Ami nettling to do lot Ml lit Your tlownli b waya of which wo apeak Are for beneath low down aneek, hl j (tang to in, you ar on Tatff Tolu, no In Uin, You'to nothing to do but drink and ehew, And .boot on" jour mouth a little, loo; You'd lot Uw.ro how you laault tbo f.lr, For your Impudence la more thin worm Ixnr; U you ooljr know whit tho girle think of you, You'd not crlllelM our tiltf tola. Wo tin hcw, and ebew, end chew, And new loek at yea, With tho into poo you Up, At joa jour brandy lpj And 70a T"1 Ci And you talk eofl and low, And you try tbo girl, to cheat, Kneeling lowly thlr fret, Hut thry acorn your wlnotnd age, And Ihoy Iroio you In ragei ml it Then yoa't. nothing ehetodo Ilut lu talk about our tody tolu. Tariff on Babitt. Tliu little Kirl cnunot play with licr iloll, nor tho Iwy whiz his top, nor tho Diothcr wash her ofijirinK w'th soup, except nt nn expense of from ono third to ono half of their coat for tho domestic privilege. Laughter. If tho mother give iicr child ca tor-osho pours tlown per cent., J laughter; if tho child docs valorem not enjoy tho tloso, there is a twenty-fiv- o per cent bowl aj tho recipient of tho contents of its tender stomach. And though sho "wash it with niter mid tako to it much soap, vet tho iniquity is marked before mo, saith the lord," for tho oap is taxed forty per centum ! God help tho child Mr. Townscnd, of Illinois. How nlwut candy? Mr. Cox, of Now York. I nin cominp to that in a moment, my honUreal laughter. ey. If tho wraps tho littlo dear in a plain bleached cotton night-shirt- , it has a nightmans of fivo aud a half conts jier tquaro yard 'pecific, laughter; when tho child awake, in tho morning fretful, sho combs its littlo cents ad valorem, Jicad at thirty-fivlaughter; if sho would amnso it, she rolls ft over a HrusscU carpet at ninety cents per squaro yard, or gives it confectionery made of refined su gr at four cents a pound tax, and per cent., ad valorem; f twenty-fivit tears its littlo inn tic, tho gentlo-mafrom Pennsylvania, Mr. Keller J wwu them up with spool thread taxed at Ihrco quarter of its value. Laugh tcr. Why, it she used a shingle to bring tho littlo "toddling, wco thing" to its scutes, as tbo honorable gentlo man can recall, tho cost would bo en hauccd at tbo rate of seventeen per cent, taxation. Laughter. If tho youngster has a patriotic inclination on our Fourth of July, hjs firo crackers are taxed as u patriotic luxury at $1 extra a box, and tho hunting which furnishes tbo flag, tho but twenty tbreo cent a pound, costs 121 per cent, extra, while tho baud plays on instruments taxed at thirty cents. Sho take) him to tbo menagerie to study natural history. Tliero is tho zebra, symbolic of a mixed mi valorem aud specific laughter, and the stately giratfo, high protection laughter, tho royal tiger, and unicorn of Holy Writ at tweuty per cent. And tho procession of elu phantsl Every one twenty per cent. True, Jumlw, "for purposes not to be mentioned, is excluded by tho aflida vit of 11 consistent protectionist but tho log chain that holds his huge legs binds tho monster in protective chain! rLaUEhtor.l fKxtract from Tarill' speech of S 8. Cox, iti Congress. il 1 1 J. M. Thomas, an cider in the Christian Church at Paris, writes to the Apottolle Time of Iiro. Ibunes as follows: "Ho is 11 Christian of high attainments; I have been wondering if our accurate statements wero of moro worth than bis spirit of holiness. I recommend our preaching brethren to go and light their torches at Ilarnca' altar aud avoid errors, but catch bis spirit, it is beautiful; most poworfully does ho present tho love of God, most forcibly deny, its wo do, tho creeds and lmrtyijins of tho relieiom world." Elder Thomas sums up Mr. Barnes' Upon tuo doctrino about as follows: atonement, ubility to accept tho salvation provided, personal freedom iu Christ, growth 111 craco und knowl edge, authority of tho Scriptures, ho is a Disciple: in tha manner ot ban tisru, ho bcliovcM ho is a Baptist; us to a linal pcrsovcranco, lie is a 1'rosby torinu; in regard to tho condition of souls after death, a Catholic. His drunkard that lives nnd dios a drunk ard, is purged by purgatorial fires, Ho is, with many ot our best men, nn adventist; bo believes in a real hell, old stylo, has two classes of Christians, tho high lifo Christian that shall wear Christian a crown, and the low-lifwho shall bo saved as by fire. Dr. J. It. McKee confessed on Suu-danight. Boforo making tho confession ho whispered something in Mr. Barnes' car, which ho (Mr, Barnes) afterwards explained to the nudienco was, that "the brother said ho waa a and farmer and owned wautcd to know if that made any difference." "I told him to come on," said Mr. Barnes, "und Josus would s and all, and if accopt him, ho is not saved I am willing to be damned iu bis place." Ho thou spoke of a whisky-selle- r at Stanford, whom "Jesus had accepted, whisky barrels ami all." Midway Clipper. o y racc-horsoraco-hnrse- I am glad tho friendly senior editor was away when Inst Fridays paper camo out. I want my thoughts ot him always to bo kind one.. I do not know now even friendship could havo stood tho strain of being represented to an intelligent community as a bver of "caraols' legs." What thoy supposed I meant by that expression of my preferences, it is vain to surmise. But I wroto, "I liko camels lets'1 i. 0. less than "gnats," littlo as I like thorn. I am not easily moved, but I ventured on n feeble groan, when wifo read tho lac erated sentence to mo. No, dear readers, I do not liko camels legs. Why should I? Am 1 not supposed to bo crazy now? Has not Prof. given mo only the brief period of two years beforo dying in n Lu natio Asylum? I shudder to think how these prophets of ill omen will snatch at this premonitory symptom of insanity, in a hankering after "camels legs." Suffer this ono corrcc tiou and lot tho minor exasperations go. I can bear them. Beautiful Woodford has been called by an enthusiastic admirer, lUaAijxir-aju- i bed of the "blue grass" supposing that to bo tho "garden spot of the world." It certainly is lovely in this Spring timo of beauty. It is liko ri- nine inrougii a parte nearly nu mo way lictwcoii Midway and Versailles, as nnv ono will testify who has driven nloiiir that charming eight miles of Tho tlear Georgetown turnpike. friends sent in off in the samo hand- somo siyio mai mey nan cnicriaincii us. As they "wclcom! so they "sped tho parting guests." Tho LOUD bless them for generous hoMiitulity, not to lie easily forgotten. Iho meeting hero began Thursday night of last week. Only ono service more, therefore, beforo tho closo of the first week's labor. Savo a children's meeting, ono of tho most successful ones wo havo known, in which 110 of the "little follows confessed tho ba- vior, mere lias been out 111110 Harvesting iu Versailles. 12G fur soul, 0 for body, i tho total to this (Wednesday) night. The congregations are all that one could ask in number and respectful attention. Of course wo trust the LOHI) for a glorious ingathering, though we may havo to wait a littlo while for it. Our quarters aro delightful, the Woodford House, kept by Mr. Dean. It is tho cleanest, best kept village hotel I ever stopped at, and I have !ceu in a ureal many in my timo. Tho cookery is simply delicious, and I am glad to chrouiclo it, for I would not have it supposed for a moment, thai I am so lost in tho contemplation of heavenly things that I don't know something good to cat, when I see it. On the contrary, I plead with all my heart for a religion that enjoys with intenso relish every innocent enjoy ment. I will have nothing to do with a religion, so severed from earth, as to Do lmliucrcni to goou coonery, clean beds, and polite servants. Indeed, I bold tenaciously, that no one can enjoy tho good things of this Hie without a sting in them, except the christian who walks in constant fellow ship with Jesus. And becauso I aim above all things to do this, good food tastes doubly good, lovely sights np r iu double loveliness, and music strikes tho car with doublo sweetness of harmony. And nothing is n mare. Table comforts are not tihued to the verge of dyspeptic horror, and other oups of earthly joy, liko Cowper's tea, aro "cups that cheer, but not iuebriato" PKAISE THE LOKD for this sweet capacity of earthly joy brought in with other greater blessings by the dear Redeemer's love. O I that my dear readers, instead of suftufiiiifimi any of theso things for Jesus, in tho vaiu hopo ot extracting good from them, or filling up "the aching void" with them, would only take Ihem as the "things rfdded uuto you" after tho "Kingdom of heaven has been sot tin iu tbo heart aud life." Then would things that only smart and sting, when thrust in Jesus' place, become joyous adjuncts to our joy in HIM, without whom every thing, whether innocent or guilty iu itself, becomes a lifo long disappointment. Versailles has it beautiful new Court House, or rather ono rcmodoled from tho old one, and seeming entirely now. Ahaudsomo audience room, is tho ono iu which tho services aro held. Several heavy fires in lato years havo mado room for handsome rows of business houses, nnd tho village is greatly improvod since my visit in 1870. Ever in Jesus. Gko. 0. lUltXKS. iH-a- "Batigtd Hair." Ono of tho many ahominablo of total depravity is to be seen in tho modern, iasliionablo and idiotic custom of "banging tho hair." Lit'lo children, young ladloJ, raiddlo-agewomen, and even old women have ndoplod tho ungodly "crnzo." In I Cor. 1: 15, tho Holy Ghost declares. "If n woman havo long hair, it is n glory to her, for her hair is given her for a covering." And yot Christian women will in direct diso bedienco to Holy Writ, cut off tho beautiful locks to n certain length, and then paslo mid forco it to grow down over the forehead in tho most d Tom. Henry a Bolter. T. unnatural manner, thus hiding that which God novcr designed should bo bidden. Alas! that things havo come to such a phase that tho slightest bock and call of Fiend Fashion is obeyed moro faithfully than nro tho plain commands and exhortations of tho Lord. Aro our Christian sisters aware of tho fact that tho habit of "banging tho hair" used to bo tho mark of prostitution in our cities? Away with Head I Cor. 2, 0, such fashions! E- Captain Tom. Henry was a mom-ta- r ol the Kentucky House of Representatives for tho term of 1875-- 7. The election of n United States Senator was pending. Captain Henry favored tho election of Gen. John S. Williams, and was active in promoting his interestsall of which he had a perfect right to do. But a caucus of tho democratic members was held, and James B. Beck was regularly nominated. Tho Maysville Kanlo tells tho following: "Alter Beck hadtriumpli ed over nil filibustering, disorganizing tactics, nnd had becomo tho regularly, fairly nominated candidate' of tho democratic party, Captain Henry saw fit to signabzo and render conspicuous his animosity to Mr. Beck, and his revolt against the decision of tho caucus by which ho was pledged to abide, by refusing to voto for Mr. Beck. He was not nlono in this, n somo ten or twclvo other malcontents joined with him in this repudiation of tlieirobliga-tions. Sl'INDIiB ArrroiiNJ-JY-Room 5 A S, w 1rlxnt.1t. OIVEWB, tit. n, ntvKxa. PENNY Erer brought to this market. & McALISTEB, ly 1.0UI8VII.U:, rrietlta la all tbe Oourta. Kttni Work, ror. lh A KY. Ar t..j.av. Com t I'lace, inl. CollKtlom prompt- ThoLARGEST STOOK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY and Nii7Vi:inv.im: Prices Lower than the Lowest. 'Watches. Olocks and Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. T. W. VARNON. WALLACE F VARNOW. A.'rrOIlNHVH AT STANFOIIU, KY. A.1" TOUNI3V T. W. A W. E. VAMNON, X.A.AV. up Ofllca In Owilty A Bon'i new JmlMlitg ttalrr. II. O. KAUFFMA.N. LANCASTER, AT r.AV, KY. Muter CoDimlnlonrr ami County Attorney. Will practlraln all tbe Uourti of (larranl and adjoining countieaand'lo the Court of Appeal,. H. G. RUPLEY, 3VE3E33El.03E3:2a.3Nn7 STANFORD, Will practice In the Courta ot tbla and adjoining. countlea and In the Court of Appeali. Office In atalra. Uiraley A tfon'e ne tiullJIng-- up A.TTOKNJ3V AT rAAV, KY. THOMAS 1 HILL, Jit., STANFOltD, orer, and It KY., atyle. motto ' TaVei tbla oppji Unity of thanking hla palrona Id Stanford and Tltlmly for their liberal aupport, and bopea to retain It, ai he haa ael tied a Srat-cla- t. atock Ihlaearly In theaeaaon, before telng culled DANVILLK, KY., Will practice In the Courta of Doyle and adjoining countlea and la the Court of Appeala. ALEX. ANDEHSON. ATTOllNBY AT TjAAV, I'rorn the beat of Foreign Makera They will becut ond mad. la Drit-da"To Excel " Cutting and Repairing neatly and promptly done. Comprises Everything that is IMcw. lit. 111 Sinco tho 1st of January last, forty-on- e Tun Witoso Uonrai:. The friends of Mrs. L E. Kouns, who was lost on Golden City, wero greatly the shocked last week 011 discovering that tho Inxly that was sent hero two weeks ago as Hint of that unfortunate lady was that of another person. Wo learn that when tho remains arrived it was thought boit that her husband, Cupt. Kouns, should not seo them before interment. Tho next day or two thereafter the jewelry found upon the remain brought hero was received by Capt. K., but which he failed to that of bis wife. This led to a disinterment of tho hotly, and it was then discovered that the lady taken for Mrs. Kouns was between forty and fifty years of age, and that she had lost four of her front teeth; and it was well known that the teeth of Mrs. Kouns were perfectly sound at tho timo when sho went aboard the boat. It is supposed that the remains found wero those of Mrs. Dr. Mono-ban- , of Jackson, Ohio, who, with her husband, was also lost at tho burning Ashland (Ivy.) hxpress. of the bout. "Mister,' began n small boy, us ho entered a Woodward nvenuo grocery yesterday, "ma bought some mackerel hero last night." "Yes." "And in making change you gave her " "No, I haven't had n quarter I didn't! with n hole in it for a month. " "But ma says you gave her a " "Don't beliovo it don't believe iti I ro remember now; I gave her a half dollar and a nickel." Ma says you gave her a gold pieco for a penny, and here it is." "Good gracious alive! and so I did so I did. I remember now that I gave her a dollar hill and a lot of Bub, what's your small change. name, aud do you think you can eat tbreo sticks of lemtfii candy? Ahl it does me good to find honesty nnd ro ward it." . criminals have suffered tho penalLIIIEUTY, KY. ty of death administered by Judge Will practice In all the Courta ot Casey and Lynch. Hitherto lynching has been countlea, ami In Ihe Court ot Appeala. attention glren to collection!. Ofttco orer confined almost exclusively to tho HpeclalPlerre'a atore. It. T. South and to the Western frontier, DU. J. O. OAIIPENTEH, but of theso forty-on- e cases there have been but six on tho frontier and six STANFORD, KENTUCKY teen in tho South, leaving nineteen in Office orerRoU. 8. Lytle'a atore. Office liouri tho Northern States, where tho courts from 7 to 9 A. M.j 11 to 1 T. M ; 7 to 9 P. u. are supposed to administer justice. In where the influences of Colorado, LEE F. HUFFMAN. rough frontier lifo still liuger, nino HUKGEON STANFORD, KY. men have been lynched, but what Office South aide Main Street, two door a abort 111 Kansas, shall we say of eight men tha Mrera HnUl. Ohio, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Wis- fureNllroua Oxide Gaa admlnlatered when re quired. consin mid Minnesota, where justice O. MOIIOAW, D. D B. is presumably uscompletoas it is in IIENTI8T, any part of the country ? What can Will Le In Stanford two weeka month, from Drat Monday. Dentat room! wo say except that justice is deficient of each In St. Aaaph Hotel, or er McA liter A ilrlght'a. and that people have an idea that rgeeatgn. AlLancaiter two weekaof each month Home, Dental room! In third Tri- from eign. Mondaynltroui uxld gaie Jlawn criminals can escape? Chicago admlnlitered rice Pure ATTOIIN15V AT INDKXAMIIIieilVORrAIICTroDRTT, MA8TEII8ON 1'EYTON, WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! ! Cheaper Than Ever Before DENTIST, McRoberts & Stagg's. Have jiixt received itittl will keep coiiHlautly on liiiittl it fresh lino of the choicest BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! ! HmnJ fi'jyfoto&JMdrt Groceries,Confectioneries, FAMILY ulilcli they will SUPPLIES, or All bune when necenary M tf My indignation is yearly aroused by the needless sacrifice of some noble oak or elm, nnd especially of tho white pine, the grandest trco in the woods, which I would not exchange for Oriental palms. My thanks will bo due to tho public school when it is to plant a group of trees in my honor. I could ask no better memorial. I havo al ways admired the good tasto of the Sakokis Indians, around Sebago Iako, who, when their chief died, dug around a beech tree, swaying it down, and placed his body in the rent, nnd then let tho noble tree full back into its original place a green and beautiful monument for the son of the for- Clll'KCII lllRKCTOUt. METHODIST, SOUTH. Rev. J. 8. 8m,night. Sunday morntngand Prayer MeellcgaTbunday nlgnta. Sunday School at y 00 A. H. J. S. SIma, Superintendent. The Woman'a Mlulonary Society rneeta here on the lit Sunday In each month, at 3 o'clock. Mre. T. T. Darlesa, PreaidenU J. M. BatTCK, Paitor. Sertlcea BAPTIST. Rkv. Fourth Sundaya, morning and and nUht. Prayer Meeting erery Wedneaday after- noon. Sunday School at 9.30 A. m, u. c. Barrow Superintendent. Worahlpliy tbo congregation erpiHRISTIAN ery ioru'a aay. rreacning uy ur. J W. Cox on First and Third Lord'a dare, Sunday School at 9.15. Joa. ScTerance, Superintendent, RESBYTERIAN, SOUTH. Rer. I. 8. McEl- ror, pastor, nunaay School at 9.10. Jonn w. Kcut, buperlntonJcnl. Union Prayer Meeting on weaoMdar nignu. Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. They arc also iikciiih for the sale or aiattliiRly's superior Woolen Goods and Yarns. P FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING! est. Whittier. The circus run by W. C. Coup, of Birnum, lias ono unique No lemonade or candy characteristic is sold in the tents. Ho declares that, whilo clearing his show of swindlers, to make a clean he has concluded sweep. "There are circusses with big bank accounts," he says, "who havo made their money by actually robbing their patrons. They used to swindlo on the seats, but that is done uway with now entirely, or nearly so. Of course I nut not at liberty to mention names, but I could astonish you by designating shows, the managers of which havo made their money by part nership with bunko men and other gamblers." Two Iridiiiieo lighting side by side agreed that the one who was first wounded ohotild at once be carried oil by his comrade. Soon 0110 poor fel low cried out that bo was shot in the leg, when tho other took him upon his back and was carrying him Rcross an open plain, when 11 chance shot passswiftly along took off the ing head of the wounded man without tho bearer knowing any thing about it. An officer riding by called out: "Why, where aro you going with that headless man on your btck?'' Upon this, Pat laid down his burden, und "By jabers, looking at it exclaimed: Ex. ho told mo it was his leg!" The Columbus lleacon asks if wo Wo andesiro the defeat of Henry. swer, Yes. It then asks if we intend to support Juo ih. Wo auswor, No. A voto for Juoob would bo ondorso-men- t of political proscription, just us u vote for Henry would bs oudorso ment of debauchery and immorality. And we decline to endorse either. Breckiiirulgo News. Mr. William Uownu, of Lawrence, Mass., whoso creditors four years ago accepted his odor to settlo an indebtedness of 350,000 for 40 per cent., has just informed them that he is prepared and willing to pay tho $30,000 with interest. "Why," said ho, as ho drank tho liquor and gagged, "I shall never be nhlo to look a dog in tho face without beiogsiek. To think of that beautiful girl kissing that dog! If sho had seen tho dog as I did that afternoou, with some other dogs, sho would faint. Tho dogs wero pulling ut a 00 w 'a tail Tho way to reach the North Polo is that thoy found in a vacant lot, and tho tail was mi to advance by s ego approaches, build-iufighting over it, and huts nnd depots at available old ono that hud fallen from a butcher's wagon. O, seo that my grave is kopt point), and maintaining telegraphio green, and put an iron fonce around it communication with tho busy world. There have been enough wild dashes to keep dogs away." Peck's Hun, at oertuiu disappointment or death. A Sentimuntai. MuitiiKiirsu. It Are you tr muted Stoi- - and was a sentimental Georgia murderer with a weakness lit any url of llie bodj? who, haviuir been sentenced to be Have you weak lung, or It your lirart'it hanged on Juno 30, betrcod that he action eufetble.1 and IrrvguUt? Are you bjr weak-nemight be permitted to choko a day itiflerlntf from ut the iirinirjr or dilutive orunT earlier, because be didn't want to sufIron Hitler will cure fer on the day set for Gulteau's bang- lteinrmber, Ilrowit' both mind and Iwdy you ami fully restore ing. Tho judgo was accommodating. to their normal condition. It iutalclr Chicago Timos. (Irengthtns the parts aflVcted. g A lady, u widow possessed of youth, STANFOItl), KY. beauty aud wealth, who lives a Bbort distance- in the country, started homo have bought out my brother, It. II. Wenreii. in her phtcton tho other evening. With a Full Corps of Teachers, nnd will continue the Furniture and Undertaking About a mile from Town a man sudSession on opened denly emerged from a cluster of trees Tbli InstitutionMonday In Ita Twellth Uit. business nt the snine stnnd, in the St. Asaph Hotel September the 2d by tho roadside and attempted to stop building. will keep a full stock of Furniture of evher horse by grasping tho bridle. She ALL THE BRANCHES OF A ery description and sell at iigures that cannot be beatquickly drew a small Smith & Wesen. My stock of Collins and Caskets will bo compreson, fired two shots, and put tho fel- THOROUGHENGUSHCOURSE low to flight. Of course wo can give hensive. Shrouds and Itobcs always on hand. also Are taught, aa well aa no names, for fear of the Turner pistol repair and do carpenter's job work. DHAW-INlaw. But how could a lady be indict- MOBIO. THE LANQUAQEa. (Orders bj telegraph promptly attended to.) AND PAINTINQ. B. K. WEAREN. ed for carrying concealed weapons since they havo no pistol pockets in MODERATE. their pan iers? Lexington Evening News. In Tuition, prii ra ranice from Itf to 150 In tb regular Departiuanta. Primary, tW; Intermedial. The Dubliu Farmer says that a full 130; l'reparalcuy, f 10. and Collegiate, ISO. feed of hay to horses, following the For full particular., aa to Board, Ac, addreaa feeding of concentrated food, is wasteTKUKIIKAIIT, l'rlMcll nils. N. ful. Iu order to securo best results, Manfard, Lincoln Co., Ky be fed at first and the con-hay should centrated food afterwards; which leaves it to become fully digested, with no dauger of being "crowded uway, or out 01 the perlorraance ot its desired purpose. E53 Professor to classical student: "If Atlas supported the world, who supported Alias?" Student: "The ques lion has often been asked, but never, mi far as I am aware, satisfactorily Full line or BH.UTINC nl Pl'M F.YS at trtlom TtnvTCN At.nl. fiir answered- - I havo always been of the Klc. of all guilt.theEN . M.EBH' HTM. 8TLAII bUl'PUES. opinion that Atlas must have married a rich girl, und got the support AND SUMMER MILLINERY. HEW from her father." Only about one out of fifteen of the MIm Helik Hlunv.idf.lroa to Inform the Ladlea la eon.taotlr reeelTinsa American girls who go abroad to be oftaleTlrlnltr that ahe apleiidld new Spring and , Tery handsome line of come great singers or actresses are ov- Bummer aiminery. wnicu aneonera 10 inepumic her teautlful atock ot er heard of after returning home. The at Ttry low flgurra. theAmong dcalgna, Including the Trltuuilngiareall lalrat other fourteen marry Italinu Counts, rage, te.ihetlc rlowi ri. hbe baa alao a Mantua Maklug where the nud, when night comes, are ton busy la glreu Department, titling greatrat attention and waking of all to the cutting, 27 taking care of the monkeys and mend- kludaofdre'aee ing tambourines to hunt up their old Madacquaintances STRAYED OR STOLEN! A gentleman in Rapids Parish Lou- From my pmulaea, I inlla from Waynmburg. isiana, cultivated 0110 thousand acres on April '.'7, IS'., a II lilt MILK COW and Calf BTKKIW one a ROiN and the of cotton last rear, and four hundred and t wo other eroTTKU. A liberal reward will be glren in Bermuda grass. The cotton yield- lor Information or for their delivery. W 1.1 IT, ukoiuji:Waiucaburg, Ky. ed him a net return of about $1,000 was less than the grass. Tho cotton cultivated with severe manual labor, t"1 whilo the grass was handled entirely by machinery. FrJ CO "Lawrence, my dear," said his'wife, wreathed in smiles, "I wish you hud .ca CD CD loii to church this morning. Mr. und when Jones was very interesting, r--t " he prayed for tho absent ones so "Well, that acoounts for it, then. I pw OQ r haven't caught uuch a string ot fish O j Va H CO CD fur u year us I did this morning. fel -- . CO - Stanford Female College. K WEAREN, Ky. Main Street, Stanford, B. I BSrT I Q Furniture I TERMS 100,000 HALE POUNDS ! OF 1 WOOL WANTED! MUKMELLEY 111 mm ;in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancaster and F. A. Jones at Kingston, ison County. They will have a buyer at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. 40-- m . . o 3 HI 3 o o M CO O P " o 0 8 HI w o o W CO p o Al u recent auction salo iu more, n half-dolla- r Baltiof 1797, well pre- served, broucht 850: a silver dollar of 1794. 855; a three cent silver piece of o 177:i, brilliant proof, 81.50; u of 171)4. 83 50, and a copper cent of 1793, 8875. Police matrons are to be oppoiuttd iu New York city, whose duty will be half-tlim- 0 w W o tf ro CO ro CO f hS og lJ P o Saft CD " en S3 g-- o f P o CD o o Cfl ta P CO -ae a o e-- r-i CO ' to try to rescue women who come before them from lives of shame. Uraturia, nervoiie excitability, wattine of the blood, of the tuimclea, iuipurlt iiiuciiit relieved ur tiling tirowna iron n - cro dd O CO H O O P r Q o o & f3 CO CO M VM W WyhHPpiwi"i gftnu-Mfflil- fi $nlcrior$oiirnal -- Taesday Morning, W. P. WALTON, May 10, 1882 EDITOR Tun Cincinnati Enquirer publishes Iho mewl nnhcnnl-o- f atorjr that TiMcn hns, through friends, offered to givo John Kelly his nupport for Governor of New York, if Kelly would ceaao to mako wnr on him. Tho story con m :' i the Circuit Clerk of Kenton Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds couuty, hns "bit.ofl more than he can chaw." Ho refused to allow a reporter of tho Covington Commonxcealllt to examine the public records of the office,, concerning matters of general interest, and the proprietor of tho pacould be disposed of. per has appealed to a judicial tribuTun railroad agents are devising a nal to determine his rights in the matplau to shut ofl scalpers entirely by ter. Surely this is a day of insolence arranging to refund to the purchaser in offices and of office holders. from-to-da- y of a ticket nea equitable amount for Gov. Cameron, of Virginia, has that portion of it that ho fails to use. grown tired of the delay on the part Mrs, Mollte Myers has chargs ol tlie Mantua iiiaklRZdipsrtaMnt, which Is all tint Is necessary Thus, if a traveler buys a ticket from of tho administration to givo him the According to the Insurance Commis to say in regard to IU Louisville to New York and stops at pound of flesh agreed upon in the sioner' report, Just issued, Kentucky paid Washington, ho shall ba entitled to shape of fat federal offices at his dis- in premiums last year more than a mill peoion and a half dollar and received in an amount equal to the local fire be- posal, and is in Washington, demandlose paid, only a little over of -- STsiiroao Strkkt tween the two latter points. This will ing his dues, and "by God sir" as ho that amount. of course be more thau a scalper can expresses it, he intends to have them. Monroe II. Roenfeld, author of the LANCASTER, - xentucky: comgivo and his occupation, like Othello's, We suspect that ho learned this pro song "See that my grave' kept green" and will'bo gone, or at least tho origina- fanity from our own dear Luke, while other music, wa sentenced in tl e United JUH.V T. HUIOIXS, ntOl'IHETOIt. State Court at Indianapolis Iu two years' tors of this plau imagine so. tho latter was circusiog around at hard labor in the Northern Prbon, for A I'IRST - CLASS HOTEL Yorktown. Tub temperance fanatics in Indiana passing a forged postal money order. In Tcrr fartteulsr. The ratronaze ol tho public lll-l- l) The Kiver and Harbor appropriation solicited, and utlitutlon guariatred. do not upproach a rum seller, and by The Cincinnati Gazette sounds this him note of warning: "There is too much bill rrorted to the House give the Cumtheir persuasive eloquence, induce $15,000 below Nashville, to don tho blue ribbon mid retiro money iu tho United States Treasury. berland river $5,000 above the month of Jellico. and No, no. Ttiis tempts Congress to make liberal from the infernal traffic. 53,000 lo its South Fork. Tlie Iliir Smdy Main St., Ktiiiiiorri, Hy. They've seen that tried and it didn't appropriations and squander the gets S2o,000 and tho Kentucky $225,000 to place funds squeezed out of taxpayers. Con- work well. Their plan is Hon. Ii C. Washburn, er member of of Wisconsin, JOHN DINWIDDIE,PE0'R. dynamite under a saloon iu tho dead cress ought to reduce taxc3 and ad Congress and exhours of night and blow it to atoms. journ. Ihis would bo popular. What died at Eureka Springs, Ark , Sunday, of This was done nt Palestine, tho other it is doing is not popular, as members paralysis and Hrizht' disease. He went OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 mer-chandis- e. there on the 4th nf Febru rr I is', in hope night. Tho building was not only will discover when they return to of beinj; benefitted br the u of the BOARD, 92.00 wrecked and its contents destroyed, their constituents." DAY. water. but the keeper was ulown sky high, Oath say that an American Liod Saisaii Winne, the wonderful Special Accommodation to Commercial t League is next predicted greedy breaking his leg and otherwiso injur girl on exhibition at a New Travelers. landowner. Ithode Island, ui all a It i, ing him. .AJSTID Ycrk Museum, fell in love with a ha five form of over 1,000 acre each; .ttOHlTN, Itt'lipCrH, Each member of tho lato uulioiior' young man who was inspecting her California, 2,531; Mississippi. 1,833; North f'Buggngo Transferred Frco of Charge NnlUy l'limn, Urulu IJrlllK, ed legislature drew 885 out of the charms, and tho first chance she got, Carolina, 1,721; Virgin! I. l,GG3; l)uialana, I hare recently taken charge of this house G'liltUiitorH, llarrtiUH, MniH-C'iiltcrfirst-claadjournment for she stole ofl and eloped with him. If 1,310; Kentucky, 1,112 'I lirrisli- and intend to havo Treasury during the t accommodations. InK .llaclilui'H mill ICiikIiksi, The Chesapeake and Ohio It It open trip and tho holidays. they marry tie 11 always havo a citcus the JUlauta . . .i ... tp i i r i i ii ai Ana Otoer t impieiuenu anu xaacoiucrj. no iuny dxciuiivcij irsm ed their now Louisville and Washington n Representative Walton, of Booue, in his household. ard d lots, aud conicqueuth obtam the largest direct, for cash, in tO Solid line on Sunday, the 1 Uh Inst. Qoodu a. Beaionablo Price- alowest rate of freight. Our motto is i "rirst-ola- ti feeling that he had no right to the Conventions to nominate Superior trains, with Pullmin coaches, will be run the Best is alwaji the Obeapest" Kcipoctinlly, money, has just turned his over to Judges will ba held in tho Eastern daily between the citie mined, thus afSTANFORD. KY. GEO. D. WEAREN, 8tanfoid,Ky. fuud of his county, and Mill the poor District at Lexington, June 14th, and fording another great highway by Willi- !Ui:i:.N V UII.1.I.1MN. WITHKICN, Parties desiring to visit X. I..Msnsrr Uncsstsr lpot there nre men menu enough to say between llii Kut, West nnd South lsnaitr llu.tonflltr E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. in the Western, at I'aditcul), on the ingion west. that he dfd it for policy, hoping there- 30th. It is about time the matter our store from Livingston, Ptsey Devlne rai hung t Clinton, by to givo himself a bjo.it for another This Old and Woll - Known was arranged in this ditrict. How III , Fridav for the murder of Hotel Still Maintains its Pine Hill, Brodhead, Gum office. s wa cool as a cucumber He as would Stanford do? High Reputation, while the knot wa being tied, and the lat The Mountain Scorcher has the Crab Orchard, can AND Sulphur, It is giveii as a reason for Geueral words he said before the black cap wa rabies. Hear him; "Captain Henry Proprietor is rut- Chalmers' sudden chango in politics drawn over hi foi, were: "Wait a mo Its Shall be SecondDetermined that now come on tho regular to no Country it is a gentleman by instinct, culture that he is bankrupt both iu standing ment till I take this tobicuo out of my Hotel in the State in its Fare, and associations, mid the man who Appointments, or Attentrain attd spend five hours to and pocket and has sold hinirelf to mouth " tion to Comfort of FAMILY NEWSPAPER. AN EIGHT-PAGsays bo is not, is a malicious liar aud A bill psssrd the New York Assembly tho administration for n very small Quests. .I" mum from Lancf. their thoroughly investigate this t'rlntrd .....:..;:: t'l.sr. 2sw tliel.susof rsili wrtL tUsliiiE-Msltr-. r T .. l tur tu. tunsv ..llisn" sojr ullisr slanderer." Such talk as that is al inisiiiingaTtr wwi Nw.ii.ir In llisi uunirr,".. .. .. rtiLAiis . giviqg the concluding address to the jury . .r figure. Any price for such a man is w ntlMr.li MAiir.it, sin isnui sunuMi ir ntmt, ixi r nrium, poppy cock, aud wont win friends for In capital cases to the defence. The At HssKSBf xlllhe fontcjfd Iu soil from thsilepst UMiiin i.nersrs tho genu- Kadi liersun scuilliiz usfl, lucli limit ih mami nsnti tnelr sulwrlplln s will reeeltt lbs Hollar high, however. frreurrhsri. 1 pclsl arruaimodatlsas ba to market and learn rrnsdiiK torney General of Iho State wrote to the to Comiuf rrlsl raielrrs. The liar Hill Hcury at all. The bellicoso editor W'trklj Cuiinutrclsl snJ the lxk Ihi'jr luajr pick wit from tlie lullvwlun rrinsikible llt Isntsg slil sluayt supplied with the rbolcest sin! ffteof sll eostths Uwks being busbrlJKl aiwl lisinlMHUsly rlnlml In IMcr casers. The Senuto Committee on woman Governor adrooating die bill, hut that offi ineness of our low prioes. "IViuioc'si lleittlirv Alliimiiir or fSiAtV" Wrftlin eireslr Ivr lbs UtiltrJ Suits should restrain himself. kraadacf lliarsaait Clears. suffrage has agreed to ask tho adoption cer ha vetoed it. HI point i br 1'roff.tor llenr; (t. Vennur, lbs nvtnl tVvsllisr l'rplir, with MssmiI uf I - wratlur Wr Mi. Iboiuwilli.Uii sliowlujtlh wob. Notwithstanding Mr. Speakor of another amendment to the Consti- ally that the uverage legal ability of prose Wo aro always open for tho The wurkeuntslnsuotonljrTblithspiubsblllllMfiriut Inl rnllnjlbs suMlstsluss bjr 1'rnf Vknuos, alnisnsi Is full of abilities for esfli wik uillsr truiHl with lllustritlloiis and lllutulnslnl coi.r Owens, has announced himself a canIn these day i so far be - a woik Hie Islrit wlileli i.l the lll of tution, tho lfltli, which will enable cuting attorneys convenience of tho public, "Hinlllltilun" -- Ibis Is lurown oui.ndu. Hon ujr iiii iiiwiH, IlKiii.inMstli-uuiiwiusk. wild is ma msi djt ,iir. neeeiiMiru biHiwirwoen ti jww. r ii didate for Congress, the Midway women to vole. It will not be adopt low that of counsel for the defense that no hum! laiuous nor.l oflba die worked by the present liw. Injustice H., latt , Ii. u(7ii'fsif"-l- lr Clipper sajs: "We presumo there will ed however, in this day aud and continue to invito all to "l.lH Msrlliorough QHn(' rrlrlik W. Isirar,Jlnsryl InKlitIt ijuoiii 1't.lUw ..r Trlolljr (illiya. Has. genera HuimisMia to Iiauglierly d Iloluies, t sui Usvs bis bl.lury and rbardilu iu III lerof Thirty-ontourist are on their way be no very great opposition to returnuinnau lodrindnt stiidr f lbs four llils. sble by stile In addlllon, h his swinuKnl aarrfully tiou. head-quartor- s; around the world In a aletiu yaeht They the wrlllomuf Ibi iMriml Jtw sll llsbbls aud lb Ut and rltlisst stwnet uflHtoruMlUii tlsewbue - - HKM'UCKY, make our houso their Ills book lsasius.lmiobMullfulsiHllwiUMiilhouilits, iloilwil In jiwtHit lsiiM. ing Mr. Blackburn to Cougress ngaiii Mil. Stei'Hijnh, IsmIc of of slirted from KngUnd in October, and STAXrIXI. ".I Iteutl on fi.i ItitvHf mill 111 DIvitrH"-- ni I'' " J- ofKsskIsII A Ibe bwrse, diseases from this district." This is hardly II liesily ousliundrwl sulwlet or transact your bus- and ile Ilia symptoms,es, wllasndnuuicruuninrnliis. essibi eunlslu,Willi an i(rslg ofrflbs lioiso'a tho lato lamented, but now eking out reached Sin 1'rincl'oo about a week ag, a ItbU csuss bwt tnnliueiil el treating the distinguished map maker awu iuti having visited the Mediterruaom juris ofiHrr lesinai uiorrsnt srfrs, wuu rules lor imiiimi inaaae. ntmxmkbilQ tbiuisis miner. II Is on, ot a living by strving a Georgia district wrk Vslusblu to trrry lions lUuiliuplnlaiKlll Ibe saiu lliuea iliorougu aud fairly. and the I'mICki Islands, The entire trip Pine Carriages, Buggies, iness; chat your friends; uso nwnor in Congress, is spoken of as the Tuii IstlieifiMiitJth(jflvr of Iul (list l) ihouKl "Jtttnhor" iboi ith.w Uyuul rvruiri.tht"Wavvlr NyrtU"will last ten months. The pawenger are - ilorr The Governor of New York vetoed our chairs, writing material, &c., and for Governor of that of both sexes, and esaeh .ir S2.500, for A Uook fTlu lit jfMB thirouulrr "Social i.tiuttttUufHiwUrt oiiiii Ciilurff" iimf the bill giving the defence the con- SfSTo on the iudopcudent ticket. utagwol whuiUiirt lulnturiu i4 Iw ruvU Ux lit Ii4iiruvvuitul which they enjoy excellent (tr, the use of wo trust that you will feol It Is no of iba opportuoltlM Ihit cthi HitfiU l.tiuWl boutri a4iri cluding argument in criminal cases, IUr)(t RtUll, ao4 ".ef(i'fni'liil'ri'Tlisratrtbnbti Uwk,ofnilL lfiluMiMldrl. IUfii(?ullMtrrfl wbu wm lb a steam launch while In harbor, a hand of 'IhnrMrutUMtli anibur lutrcmu wrllvrof lttfi Ten dollars from Richmond, Va., mutls aboard, good mediae! attendance impositl on us.for we confess the public luiciniMt stmIi mi illher lluiu reudluUsV. becausQ tho average Commonwonlth' rprttollvtt I ii t inn i to Lmiisvillo and return oUL'ht to and a Urge library. rimae" -- lulvKOlure, aiul Hut wi erf Ujf "Itobtnmollfur4 Uyi Uah of W ro uoiiwi et04 Mill Iwwk bMlliu relunti. uJfrI i frwi attorney is so much inferior in legal has tratlei liberally with us, and we It ii i iKHtk an eviff ..Hull Unia ji t H ak'dt Iturlia llsiL.1 i.ill Itinisisiti We Ihis Iters Ills. tnet talteitloiia bring tho largest crowtniojho races Washington, May 13 The seleot nbility to those secured by tho defense want to show some appreciation of it. of e ulonraiililrallllcraluraeTtr stm Iu tbtssHwtisMa. KailillfiiU a try tlslu tnsu Tho committee on woman auflrage,by a vote of riiimniM. that it would be giving tho ucou.od in tho latter city over seen. bey's own book. "MIiImIiIihiiiih Khmu" Mstryal'sjolllrsl tats of the through trip can now bo mado in 28 three to two, agreed to reoouiuiend to (he It will tanotlred tbst our seleellou of prises iwntrs an eatraordlusry rang and raiUty of Ilia nluo poiuU in tho game. Irlgblesl aud U.l books. Senate for adoption Senator Liphim' hours. OXjTJS TO pur tsut on uli yearly uIullTou tatlis H'avkly Oomiufrtlal joint resolution proposing the lollowlng WeallowaCasbCuiuiululonuritu In caso Guiteau is given another tenttous. liiforwsrdlugsubKrllilloui, Agsiils wlllpI'MiwIiaearss'iirtoiitts In full lb itsiua, pen AND PHAETONS, Tlie 1'enslen Appropriation Hill Is amendment to the Constitution : Aiiticlk is now said to be very subscriber trial, which office, coiMit; andHlateof tia lulawrlber. aud lotlve I lis tltlsol Iba prsiiiluHi Iwck Ik selects. Cluti Ageuls uisy forwsrd una or ufiesuUMrrlptlonsat a tluis, as sulls tbelr tuufenltute, aud certain, tho Cincinnati Commercial, completed It ppr.iprUte $100,000,000, xvi, Seo 1. The right of dtium of the tluha may be uuda up uf names from tflllersnl twlulbos. United Slate to rote shall not be denied oe-l- f Ilia Aaeul prefers a Fret llook to a Cuili OjiuiuIuUmi, lis nil r, for sili yearly subwrlpllou sent tlitj emot ninuunt reeimtuenileil in lt edited by the great and good Halstcad, to tlie free book selwtrd by us, teltctons Pre llookfruii IbeaourelUt fjr lilmwlf Iblslualdlluu ttuwte. Tlii appropriations for thtL cur- or abridged by the United Statej or any WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Ibeiubstrlbrr, willdeclare iu favor of Lynch law, rent fiwt year w $WrQ00,QQQ, aniPlfc Ii State, mi ucoaunt of ix. Srw 2. Con. Without reereureU Ilia ehoteuf Ibe Clut Agit,swli yearly sbrluer wiio lari on dollar Is uLtJplIm I seut. enllllrd lo a (r book, lb prise books uiuil m all umm U seMatd si It llut WsuisuufsMlMra Utrdsicj of all andkif necessary the g, and g. cdltar e.tlwated a Airtli.r uppmjirUtlsn of $20,. greM shall have power, by appropriate .su4tlBK onlr BMtfcus rrkiun dtwlMlom, 'i'kius Cs.li Iu adrance, PVluiu wi'ie. tfl um " T9'I uvo.uic.viti M7.I. rno to su. .u. ana usTn quaolltles to er)usdMliii lawuttl sukierlplTous. M. II A I.N IK All .V t.ll dress, aud Iu liberal lunttrUl.sua wll st nsmusblsl aforesaid will load theuiob to .trittigle CQQ.QOD will Iu uummtj le oampUteilie legislation, to enforctplhe.provinioiiiol this oul briUilsu wfcil.ui.ii(liIiMnJ I'rupiltloisul nil iiusIiObiu me r(lalt(Sutinn ()bl. 0uiM-.J- lf, ualrrlslffii.Td.l orsrAgrut and Club Orgaulisrs wante4 In entry town, ,llf and b siulcl. article. treU, illS tervlae fer that rl(l. lAUaii:HTY .V II lilt:, I the assassin. vl-.uivo:- . n tinucs, "Tho propnral rutoniihed Kelly, who Is eaid to have replied; "That ho deemed himsolf n truer and better democrat than Mr. Tilden, and did didnotpropoto to conduct negotiations with hira upon nny terms to gain admission to a party that he had never left or betrayed, and never proposed to. He did not beliovo that Mr. Tilden was sincero in his desire to unito tho party; but when ho could bo con vinccd that ho was, ho would bo willing to consult as to its future welfare." And so tho matter stands at present. Senators Boyd, Hagerly.nnd other Tammany members of tho Legislature are happy over Tilden's position, because they believo this advanco is a confession of weakness, not n concrs-tio- n for harmony." In theso days of pensions, it seems peculiarly unjust that tho old Mexi can veterans have been so persistently denied tho privileges granted those of every other war. Ono reason given for the refusal of Conirrej-- so fur to pension them, is that Jell Davis and other prominent ex Confederates would be beneficiaries ot tho act and so for tho sake of n feeling that ought long since to have lccn buried, these gallant old fellows have never been granted their rights. We aro glad to observe, however, that tho House Comraittco to which tho matter has been referred, is about to report favor ably on n bill to grant them not ouly pensions but arrears of pensions. Tho measure will involve the expenditure of many millions of dollars but it is about as good a way ns the money s is related of old John Hrown, whoso body lies mouldering Into clay, whilo his pirit goes manning on, that hi Inst wonts beforo the ropo jerked him Into eternity, wore, "Don't keep me so long n standing." This shoivnl impitionco and a desiro to havo tho thing over with, but Pat Dovine, who was jerked to Jesus In Illinois last Friday, was not of that nervous disposition. Ho took things coolly, and when tho sherifl evinced a disposition to hiirrv through with tho show, ho quietly asked him to "hold on till I get this tobacco out of my mouth." It was too late, howovcr, and Pat and his quid perished to It gether. Wn agree with tho Brooklyn Eagle that a bill which proposes to ralievo tho owners of whisky in bond of the obligation to pay iuto tho Federal treasury some 870,000,000 is naturally a subject of suspicion, especially since tho whisky men havo raised such an enormous amount of monoy to effect Its passage. When a mcasuro of such inixrtanco can be rushed through the House of Itepresentatives without tho public may bo pardoned for demanding that the Senato should sub ject any charges of corrupt or impro per influence to tho strictest scrutiny. o Tun trial of the Malleys and Blanche Douglass for tho murder of pretty Jennie CrameratNew Haven, is temporarily suspended by tho death of a daughter of one of tho jurors The evidence is gradually disclosing the terrible fact that James Malley rap cd tho innocent girl, gave her arsenic enough to kill her and then threw her body into the sea, William Mai ley and tho woman bjiug aiders, and abetters of tho dped. If all of them do not fining Judgo Lynch should sit on their cases. In his efforts to imitate Jim Blnck-burn- , The Washington 7W of yesterday con tained the following: Chief Justice dirtier and Judge MacArlhtir, Higner and James hebla consultation Hnlurday. sum ming up i lie argument of iho esse In ih appllctlinn nf Guiteau for a rcheulng Tlie consultation lasted four hour and ws marked by a most searching rxamliia Iron f Niuhnritle and the most rigorous anaTitm nf every (xilnt made In the The Judge were In thorough hsrinwiv alt through, nnd In reaching n decision, siot for one moment dllTerlng In tho general step by which the decision wa reached, although of eiurse each Judge had Individual opinion on various point of law and iheir application The decision will Ik announced May 22. The deci sion affirms th sentence of the court below, of course overruling the exceptions. This disiosr of Guiteau' last chance, and he the Circuit Court. . Quite a number of National binka in will be huxril June 30th, 1832. the West am! Northwest nre RitiiiR ii Fint CamaoM. their present charter and reorgtniilnp Ashhnxtk, Tucker fi Co , whoso sdver under the present law. thement appear iu .another column, are A car ioid of colored men from ihia well and fivorably known to a large numStale arrived in Midway, , Thunadiy, to ber of eople throughout Kentucky They take the place of striking miner nt that are native and old resident of thi State, point. Trouble !a expected. and understand thoroughly what our peoPhoebe Spruce win murdervd ple want In the line of Uuggloi and Carnear Home, (la. Her liustiaml, who want riage. They make tlrictly fint clan tmrL at cd to marry another woman, ha been ar- modcrsio prices, employing the Tery best retted on euopicion of the crime. malrrisl iu every part, and llitlr vehtoles The Problem ha given one nun msy lie relied upon to give satisfaction office who was not of the Immortal HOG Do IM be Deceived. The eift waa the postoflic at llopkin-tlll- r, In tltete lime of quick neJIelneadrrrtlse. and he turned out lady to make It. nientierr7tiere, II Is Irnly gratifying to Unit Hon. J. W. Cildwell decline to aland one rvmMjr that Is worthy of praise, an.l which for to Congress from the 3rd really ilncs as reeonimenilM. Kleetrle lllllrrswe district, alnce it has been made eo shame. ean veuch for as Itlni a true anil reliable remedy, tiM one thai will do as reeon.memlcl. They fully c!oe. rule Mmaeh ami Liver Complaints, W, H. of I'aterson, N' Disease of the Klilneyisn.l t'rlnary (IllllcuUles. J., ha been placed under bond lo answer We know whertofw speak, and ran resJIly ssy. a charge of in uttering wimla glvelhtiiialrlsi. Sold at fifty rent a twills fcy reflecting upon the character of the Virgin Penny A Mc.UUIer. Mary. T. IKltJO.I AIIVKtlTIr.Jll.STV The bill the court uf coinmixioner on the Alslmiri claim for the distribution of unappropriated moner W.JI.WEX.S of the Geneva award pisseil the House Is an litdrpsndent rsndldsla for .srstor of Kocaaxi county, August clrrlloo, 181. 132 lo 30. James Q. Smith, the conteatint for the JOII.V U'. KKltltY seat In Congress of Charles Is a candidal for reflection to the offlro of As-M.Shelley, of tho Fourth (AUbimi) Di stisor of Ilottculla rounly, Auiust election, 1S5I. trict, died In Washington city. That ought to settle It. The veteran of tho war or J812 will thii year hold their meeting at Par!, on . .u-rICY.. the 17th day t;f June. There are now but Agency of Soath-Beu- d Chilled Flows, few of them left and the ineetin thi Tear Avery's Out and Steel Flows, Buckeye will probably lie the last. Keapers & Mowers, Sweepstakes ThreshMr. Sergeant Mason made n personal ers. Mitchell Farm Wacons. Hew Home appeal to President Arthur for the pardon Sowing Machines, Taylor's Blistio Bed opnugs. of her hitshtnd, but he made her no prom ises. It I said, however, that he will par Mra.KnteDudderar don bun after Ouite.iu i burg. Lancaster street, MILLINERY I The mystery surrounding the death of STANFORD. - KY thn Irish Secretaries: ban not been cleared Is ilsitr receiving new atxl up; but It I highly improbable that such soodsof every description and beautiful Mllllnerv ererythlng of the i anti no DuyinKany-thia crime rin remmi unavenged, a evi- isiesi siyif-- her line liy, irnoioiemis call on her in should fstl to dently several pjriom have had a hand 1'rlcr as lo as the lowest, hlie Is thankful for past UTors and hopes tot their conllnnanrs. in it. NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. limitless, full urn for the pan week 117. Tliere) were 1715 new rise of rrikII pox In Cincinnati last week. Tlie intermediate) Appellate Court bill pissed ilia .Senate .12 to 18. Hlx uVmnrralK voting with the republican. I he Uoiirt of Appeal will bear no morn argument for the remainder of the present term except In felony eases. n A colored man, Itolit. Hmslls, RrtMnian from Month Carolina, was refuted a room In a ltoilon hotel list week. A unow nlorui preriillcil In Iowa Frl-da- f, Rrealljr ilamaping fruit. Tho ground wasooTereil with the beautiful tnlhcilepili of 6 Inches. At Winchester two indictment hare been found again! the Jailer, one Johnson, and he haa been removed br the jinlte of Iai-rvaiii- s BRUCE, in JSlWjKjiJIGN! The Most Durable nnd Stylish Buggies anil Phaetons WARREN & CO. - Mil MKt.T WITH AnKTluK M.HK BY yySffiy&ly yPM Ashbrook, Tucker & 8 Co., lllll "AN HONEST w mi nd t r rstslftKii ft 0 Public Lauding, Clncnimti, a M miIGGINfft t,yirTZjm HA.S TUB- m Z3 Ii IS GOOD FOB GENUINE THE SOUL." In order to get Water Elevator. the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger quantity of goods MUD this season than ever before,and possibly more goods Dostroys All Wutor Insects; Draws Fresh Wator from Bot tom of Distort); Has No Tubing and Doos Freeze. Foulest Oistorns Mado Pure by This Elevator. NoWBsmm. y, than this trade mands. de- OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. We have us, and certainly is for the custom that it is better for always advocated Try Ono, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo Ta ken Back. J. E. VOWELS' YAKIETY NTOKK! goods for a great profit. To enforce this principle, we are ready, with an increase of trade.to reduce our prices, and a few many goods for a little profit than er, to sell a great; GEO. 0. WEAREN, DKAIEIt IS STANFORD, LANCASTER anil HUST0NVILLE. 0- -t nne-thir- d mGOIBTN HOUSE! astonisn tne new scale that will Our Grocery will begin a ple. ST.ASAPHHOTEL bly, and we continue to urge all to produce working Double and Clothing bination, with the advantage of a Store, is admira- bring along their and change for PER n ss have added to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost impossible for you We BUQGIES Nvir-ItllllllTcar-loa- lIUJ-ltllliO- CARBIAGES, nrn-MicllvrIlJiy-l'rchcst, r.-r- Corii-riniiH-r- n, MYERS HOTEL, weCall lOr anVtllinS. cannot supply. ' - Good-fello- pr -rt-- J 1882. 1882. !l arvFusiD Cincinnati Dollar Weekly Commercial, I'i-fiiltl . i&i ... ii-in- u aub-tnnt- Daugherty&Hyde -H- sNuj-icTuayps 1 e Vico-Preeidc- - - uu-- jlt-tMX.a- y, tin m ) Ant-ral- sa-tli- A.O-2B1TT- '03 y mmm mm iir ,ip-'TA-WFORt- K"V TiiPHilay Morning, L A -- May 10, 1882 N. L OCAl TIME CARD. ftiHtm " (ruin N firth " Houlh LOCAL NOTICES. 1 '0.r. M. (( m IltiY I'AiTof 71-(e- Kiihiii A SKirr'h. Doam'm lVnn A MaAlUlar. ltlue Melt Witter, at Mollolxrt t (liwollna at nt Vmnj A on MoAllitcrV Hxtir, Wine anil Oment efliwliinll linml fenny Owsley. N'rw stoc. el" Jesrf-lA. I r ami 811mniro at .MOAHsler's. In an seasons, at MaKoixrta A Hlaxgie. Watoiiix, Clocks ami Jewtlrr rcpalrnl I'enny A MoAllsler. ami warrante--l anil '1 for-- 5 YciH will Bnil the l.ssl rtnta clar In town at IVnny A MoAlla-trr- 8oia Watiiu tirr tlisn Hl lj Vnt PERSONAL' Mim Katic I'HKl.r, of Maillson, la vMlInit lier cousin, Mr. It.Uolib, Jr. Mr. J. C lliiYANT, the popular youn lriiKI'l of Hrrantuvlllt, was licrr Bumlar. It J. IIliraKtNRIIKlKWaa Supreme Trwstirer of the Knlitlits of lienor. Mit. I. 0 Aumii!, of Tine Mill, waa Ur jeslerilay. The iiiaiintaltin apprar Id Kfce with him. Mu, 0. M. Sisjhmaxioiir and Minn Jiwnii: Moiir.Ki.Y will lake each other for lielter or worst next Thursday. .Miu K C U'AitunN Iim retHrnnl fram Wajne, the OtMlil there only lasting" wrtk. Quite n riBitilwr cif srosill easts were , Irtit nnne for felony. Its (lOV. JAMI It. MrCHHAHT WB liete Saturday ami met with gmt tn wale the rare fur (knurta. iliii wlitch he haa new fully determined. Mr. W. M. Lixnbv, of Ihe Oitilesl-pa- l 8urTey, la In the eswnty mrulnjr lilt ople will w.rlr, and we tliiet that our rtnJey him all the assistance in their trlt-,1cneonr-Kiemr- I'. V (Kiwer. LOCAL AfATTERsT I'AHMllM.WatW. riBNUiNK Germin hy A. Qw.i.nv. A IllBRlna'. Millet Heal far ml Canned rowU lower tWnn erer at Hale NHnnellej'. . for Commencement W'liiTf. Sbirrmts & Itert1!-trti'i- ItfliVs. t 1 r t, WAOTim. lOJOO IK owtnlrr moat will pay lilghett warltel prlw. Hale .V Nnnnelloy. loins, ami Wakiku Country alwulderat MrIimI market iiilte paid. Mc AIMer A rr.lil. fer s Mb. J.T. liAHRHtMa twte-- a week Wednesday ami S.ttunlT, M 14 meat and prerMvn al, lrh (r Mills, recurtd irnanent water awpply. wltt be able te do ouMcm grinding at any llmr. Will my fiienJa jdea-- e call at N8rno my ofllee liMtead of adting on the afreet if Moin,, 1 am at heme. Ilerlfully,K. " DeniM. . of Ilrnce 8mp the new ndrertiiement Warrrn A Co. They are making matter lleely in tht rtctlbn with an luunenae iitetk'of kikmU and a determination to fell them. Oon new Oampbelt prei got out of ha lat Thurday night, and tljU gotten out under many difficult!, allent vuirra haTlrjr taken the place of the prayer uiually aaid In the ofllee. Tim proprietor ef l.lwoln lit-In- f; a or-il- rr kn ine TlIK dwelling lioue and lot of J acie IwloiiRiiii: tu the Male Seminary rterly by Mr.& V. Cowan, far$l,l IS, waa which in con.Idernl low for it. Mr. Cowan Intend It fur his daughter, Mn. J. N. luhl Mrnefeo. r ? t 8llV8STBWAT, ayeller In)T, wa eenl tn the reok pile yeMerday furatealins flour from the IJnoelnMllla. He wIIIro in fer wlieAt. througli with when he DEATHS. of fonteallng n lr hi prennt IvHNNKnY Of oonfumntion.Saturdar from Shanka A Hro. pinta night, Mr. Walker Kennedy, mm of Mr. AroordinB to Ciiau OiicilAltnSfiU.NW, David Kennedy, aged about 25. He waa n announcement elewliere in Him iiMiie, will young man of good habit, and rlnce hi Krery profeaalon of religion on on June l&lli open for the Iat June, at which preparation la Mn made for a big reaaon, time be ioined the Ilantlat church, he ha and there ia reiuon to Iwlievo that there lived an exemplary Chrittl-- n life. Itcv- will be a mot pU'aj.niil and profitable one, H H Noel preaohed the funeral dUoonrtc ! The Maine MMliodM f ed rrmliillnn aglnt grtn'lng and obtainer Hrl. W. K. Kamef ing divorced "for any otber than that Kirrr lTe f nwan A HtoncrV ftipjut xrtfled by our roriI. lliry declared Halo rt Niinnellor'". rrcdrwl at thl It waa wrong fnr n minlIr In marry Tn una iiiTNiiiirri TitotmANii Ilium fur a coupfe when there I uplHnn of either anle. Apply to Henry llaiiglunan, 8tn of the prllca having lieen divorced for any fnrd. oilier rcaon than breaelt of lh' feventli While (loeiN, I,icea onmmnndmenlt and (hey ilrgid nitnlflera l'AnAaw, and Hamburg IMgtnx. ilfles and to proaelf An the miliject at I nut oner n lwet price at ltoh't 8. LylletV. Tb Southern I'reabylerlan (Jciirral TlllSAlrangeof Mlfdilln without n AehiUy, whleh meet next Thurlay at knookol in out of at lrat three nolle, haa under it eare 1,M7 letter that inually appcr In our Tuesday' Atlanta, Gv, ehurohe, with l,0f)l minlatera and 1.1,015 Imie. eo'dmunlcantf, the Cumberland Affembty, Takk WAnmio. Savooo!. Your note which c, lltint-lllAhr, ar areeilnt will be warranted on Ilia M of ha 2,670 church, 1160 minlflera and June If rctlle. We mem biiine lia,f)ltfl member, and the United Pretby-terla- n Utirnault A Penny. Aembly ha HI I rhurche, 701 Wnluve had what the oMer dlliena mlnWcra and B217 member. The latter oall "HUekUrry Winter" In earned. For will meet nn the -- llh at Monmouth, III. nearly n week It ha been rainy and celd LAND, STOCK AND CROP. enough for front, making aliout a d!igrce-bloael- l A The fiulaville racca open an could In Imagined. '"' score of good ones are entered for the FtouitiMnreproiluoeil to ihow that ice "Derby." can he innufacture at 0.1 cent r ton. Pope Le3, Ilengal, Hufiia Mile and ThU i cheaper than gathering it, and we Wanderer won the race at the closing augget to Mr. Harrow that he life a ma Lexington day, chlno hereaflerand not bo dependent on a Iroquois, the famo.ua American race cold nip for hi aupply of Ice. horse In England, ha ruptured a blood Dick Shank, the negro boy arrcated vesfel, and I laid up. Wm. Cla'rk, of Ohio, ha Imuglit Jno. for hop lifting and mentioned in our lun of Friday, wa lrle.1 on Haturdar, and enl Gibson's 150 acre'farm near Somerset, for Iteporler. on to the Circuit t.nurt He oonfrMil to the $1,250 cssb. A Clark county man estimate that recent robliory of the Lincoln Mill, but not over two Vr cent, of the wheat In that aay lie only gnt 89 ound of flour. county wa injured hy Ihe froU, Oim mouritalu and other friend up the Undo Jerry Maxwell sold to J. 8, road can now do their Irndtng In Stanford McDonald, 7G Tennefr catllo at $20 per aa formerly, a the new rehediilc will give bead, supposed to bo 3 cents n lb, them five hour here. We extend a corGeorge D. Wenren, of Stanford, wild dial Invitation to all an Inclined, at the D. V. Kennedy A Co , of the Favorite e ime time aanrlng them that nowhere Mills, 700 bushel old wheat at $1 10. of the largt-a- elite can there be found J. M. I.ynn sold to J. M. Hail, a ear larger nr more oomprehenalfe Mock than load of 1,000-11- ) heifers to bo delivered DeIk re, rrar onn tliere be bought better good cember 15th next, at I cents, Tlilr I foro mill amount of money. about one cent higher than the s.nne clas A i'ktty Tin dp W. Ihugli wa of stock add for Isst December. John Danvii.lp. Cduixt Auctioneer Ilusli tried before 1'ollee Judge Moore at King reorl a big crowd and 700 ciltle, mostly Mountain Saturday and held to the OmitI. He had rtolen olothca from young stock. Price t to 5 cent for Lest, Mr rmiybkcr. lleing from home and 3 to I for common and scrub A few without frieudi, Itjusli waa unable to give borrea sold at $00 to SS0. Xo mule. Tho wbeat crop of Arkansas (hi the $75 bail fixed in hi cafe, ao he waa ia the best for ten years. Tn many lolodged in Jail here, where he remained Ii than twelve hour, hi father having come calities it Is nlready harvested, and the yield is pronounced excellent, in some Hp from l'uUflkt and left thenccery counties averaging twenty busbcl per acre. A.J. Alexander aald at "Woodburn" Miw. CAMrnn.i, who atya fho la a Saturday, thirtvreven yearling colli and daughter of n Mr. Arliold, near Hlchmond, flllle for $37,515. Tho highest-priceanwith her three children, putolTthe imal wni a full sister to the re no Bed train here. Saturday a her fund bad run Irillard and Kecne contended for out. Judge Ilrown eeelnc her dltroa the prize, which wa knooked down to the rabcil a onr mir ufTielnt to lwird her latter at $S,S0O. and ebtldren till yelrrday ami her Itowcn A Co. held their first annual nMgeloItlehnM)nd. SlioMji her husband site of thoroughbred yearling nt Lexing died in Virginia leaving her without ton Friday, Jhe lot nveraging $760. Dwyer money, and tint by the aItanee of kind UroV paid $2,000 for to a people the lnt bcn enabled to return to Itunnymedo, $1,000 for a and her father. W. I Soot I, of Pennsylvania, $2,000 for I.laNJUUVH TAXAaMJ I'lWl'HHTY. We still another billet colt. Francis A Savier, oi Kingston, have ate indebted to our County Clerk, Mr. Jobn lUalu, for the following figure from bought frouf 1,000 to 1,500 lamb, to be delivered between the 10th of June and the Aaaeasor1! lobi of 188U": UjSmjXIl IsaBI AaraaoT Ub4, ral.aJ at .. 1st of July, at cent per pound. 411 Tawn l4 m,un Cipt. Hoge, bought $11,000 worth of mules IImm tt Mot " tJM lMt for'bi railroad contract, on'an arertige of ' 1,111 Male -- . 74.M0 Ulelimond Ke.l.Ur. " ... 41 Jtentoa Ml $150 per bead. " .. .. 1MH HiMts llelow are the ruling price for proVI " tgrtt visions, Ac , In Stanford: Uacon shoulders, l,(lt IIh.. 1M.6M actl CIU, m m 10c,; hams, lGjc; e,de, 15c, Flour, $1.00 to 8iwi. - . ...... 511,09 to $1.50; corn, $5.00; meal, $1.10 per bushel; Value Hihlie (rrlHllm Jl.CIf natf, 76c.; coffee, 12 to 20c, molasses, G0o. ri!HrtOrit. i,ml to 90c.; dried apples, 7c; peachc, 8Ja; (HW.lHIwi,.lPl.ne lljM,SG0 Irish potatoes, $1.00 to $2; sweet potatoes TWttl vnliMtlwi hj AfMuwr AilJeil by Ike gur vlwra , $2; butter, 26c; cheese, 20c.; eges, 10c; . .. ll,Og,4M Tutil salt by 7 bushel bbl. $2. The above I an Increane over lat year' Corn i current at $5 per barrel in afrnMment of $31 SS3. There are 162 more some parts of the county. The grass crop pell tax payer linn In I SSI, the number iu this county i shorter than ha been 1; legal voter now being increased known for yeara Clifton Prowitt sold 00 from ,IS to 3,100, and children between fat wethers at t cents per lb Duller Uob 0 ami 'JO yam or age, from 1.133 tu 1,7.7. In.on lias refused an offer of $1.01 per There are 0 blind perform tnd 7 who are busbed for bis growing wheat. William doif and dumb Only 8drg were lifted for While sold a yoke of oxen weighing 2,700 taxation, and yet CS aheep valued at $1C ib. for $163 50 lssl week to Waller Chen-aulwere killed by them. The farmer In apite He also received 30 cattle to graze of the drought make the following return! at $2 50 per head per month. Clark Co. lb of Tobcoo; t,7.1 ton of Hay; Democrat. M0,77 Cu.hela of oorn; 72,295 bushel of Ti'R kept constantly for ailo nt my luiicli e cnt l'n, Itt Home grown strawberrl' are the chief article of dessert here about thl time lletynnr life thsy nre good. The rettenl clungo in train time at thl place will lie ipiilp a conveniens to in oHf eltlrern) wlm my hato buslnes Stanford. Leaving hare at Aa, M, Ibey will have ample time In lransel any ordinary hiwstlta. ami return, arriving here at JEW AimrtTisr.MMTS. PENNY KC s & i 3 MeALISTER , I'tiarm-ieniif- CRAB ORCHARD SPHXNCrS WILL BE OPENED! Tolls M INIUGH, HOOKS, ST Tli)aKUY&FAXCY AUT1CLKS. I'rrpsrsllona asprclslly ib! Ir.iit insor rt.ii il yr. 2IWr m il;' mecla'to-innrrow- In order In close out Ihelr canned goods, Geo I). Iliirdelt ArCo. offiir for the next thirty day -- Yarmouth Corn, per dozen, $1.00; .Idb. Standard Tomatoes, $1 50; 2 Ib. do., $1 20; Peaohes, Aprloots, Pine Apples, .tie., In proportion. Sugars, Coffees, Teas, ami Qiieenware, much low- frlhanl lo lh tmlilkon H08ERiSxSTAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, DRUGGISTS ! THE 1511i J) AY OP .TUNE nm Tint rt out-ald- er than The examining trlilnf Oapt. Singleton for killing Kiy, wa bald before Judge Duncan, Friday, who, after hearing the evidence in the case dismissed it. It wa thought Jeton who wa present tin lime, would be arrested, a the evidence pointed to him a Ihe party who threw the rock which oaused Kiy's death, but for some reason he wa not. Hut there may be a hereafier In the esse. The democratic County Committee had (ho good sense not to call a Mas Convention tn name it candidate but met Saturday afternoon and wltboulnny disorder or confusion put the following ticket In the field. Circuit Clerk, W. 8. Sheriff, Geo. Hlgglnbolham; Jailer, 8m Holhwell; County Cleric, Tom Wbcrrlll; Assessor, Tom Austin. A nom (nation for County Judge will be made shortly, nr.d the fun will begin in earnest. The nominee are all good men and If thoy aro not elected it will he somewhat of a surprise, if the present indication continue. Letter from Whitle. Wilmamhiiuiui, Ky., May 12, 1832. Kava-naug- N1.ANON Eutircly Oen. OF 18SJ2 UNDMl AN Ai PHARMACEUTISTS, II Now Management. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, lea, Niirclallu Tnllrt fim Fntiru Artlrtr, Hook, Stutloiirru, Tntmrro mill (l(inv, l.tfplorfX:r. l'liulrlnnn 1'renrvlptloii !' i'mr- F, Robinion, of Lexington, Jas. ntaeeufleat Vrritavnltaum it Manager. Tho office In charge of Men. John Fleet and 0. F. Moore, RATES OF BOARD Per Per : I'cr cui-tm- ntt Wrck- Mon Hi (2SlayH) and Nun.i-- 3 J)y 2.50 ll.OO 1:5.00 ham1 miu e. Mmmm wavui Tlilsjtjw ,1!lll, tvoiiliiliiliig (lie lalcisl it ml MOST SHOVED MACHINERY For iiiiiiiiifiicturiiir; nirnl and (lour, lVo will H EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, Lake tea IncluJeit. wilt lis iupplle.1 to guiuti ami llrst-clather areaainred liiat In eftry requisite or a to lie UoUl tin Manageiiit nt doea not Intend urissaed by sty In Amcile. W. .Sm O. WELCH. Trtitlte U now In Hill opvrHflon. on TiichIhj', crinil Tor ciihIoiihtm, for (ho Tliiirxiliij', I'ritlay itml Sitlui'1;i) ofi'itcli uoclf, mill on Cotirl-Dnjunit ull oilier pttltlle tlnjN. We hoIIcK a liberal stliHrc of pnironiicc anil nil I rntlniTor lo entire wiilNfacllon. prt-Mou- l, IVctl-iiVMlii- y, Flour, MojiI, Corn, Bran, Shipstiiff, &c., SAI.I.Ei:. le MnJ. A. V.. l.ICIIAKa.N, af Intttter Journal. or Loutitllle, Is a candidate for Superior Jmlc In Seeing no communication from this this the 2d District, subjret to the aetlon of Ihe place In the column of the I.NTKiuon, Democracy. Wttt AIwayHon hutul mill for stale IIIrIichI ciihIi price imlii Tor Corn, tVlical, aVc. Orderx leO at .11111 prouiplly ullemlcil (o. IflcAI-ISTE- U & Cir-mi- sen-se- n w, d Fox-hal- l, pr 45 l. ,) LINCOLN att COUNTf. a Joshua Mui.ms?, agalnat wliom for oirrylng n, voncealed weaiwn and for beating hU wlfi", haro beoi in the hand of the Sheriff for aome timv, waa arreted and lodged In jallycaterdiy. Ho had bjen on the I all road exteniion tinre the alleged act were committed. war-r-nt- Sunday afterneon, and then the remalii were taken to Iluflalo Cvmeterv for Interment. RELIGIOUS. Tltr. foheJuloof pamenger train on tho Knoxtlllo llraneh wa changed yesterday, ' and until further notice the twin UuIaTllle will past here at 0.10 A. M , and tho train going South at 8)05 i M. Krery lxxly la dollglited with the ohange, the merclunU being epeially ploaunl. kI8 . 1'ensio.V. Jamw Hatlett, living near t reeeivel $300 arrair, an J town, haa month will hereafter draw four dollar for rupture alleged lit lava been oau.ed during Ida atrTlce In the army. Mm. Sil lie Wllllami, rear Wa)uebiirg, liaa Jnt received a vouolior for $1,780, for her eon who waa killed In the army. .. pr THE ahowa lttyitltr publUhea a litt which that there are 78 pvreona in Madl-9n- , 500 aoreaof land eaoli, tliatown the greatest number of neret owned by a tingle man being '.',180. There are ISii en $10,000 mid over. The who pay figure run froui that to $181,000, wliluli amount Col. John A. Duncan l or tx aied. Hbai) Cut Off. A bralemanon the anclnnatl Southern John Murphy, fell from the early freight train Friday morn Ing, near MoKlnney, and hail hi head literally cut from Ma body. The accident happened nt.tlie Identical attot where five memwere killed lant year and two aerlgui. Mr, Murphy wa from Le ly wounded, burg, O., whither lit remalni were taken for Interment. The American Tract Society iwued In.t year U2,000 volumea, refceived $370,-l- , and cximnded $371,007. The colored Methodiat Church claim to have a memberhip of U,O00,O00 and ohuroh property unuuntln to $10 000,000. The Southern Ilaptlat Convention haa adjourned In meit next )0r at Waoo, Texa. Dr. John A. Ilroaildut, of Leui vllle, will preaeh the Initiatory sermon. The cougregation of Fork Church, in Garrard, will celebrate the centennial of the foundation of the HaplUt Churah thero next Sunday, Two rcrvlce will be hold, and a big bitket dinner will be t. The General Coiifcrence Committee on temperance rciwrieil "mat wiuie we reoognlie the fact that much evil grow out of the intemperate use of tobacco, )vt wo would recommend no special legislation on the auhjeet." llrotlier Sim held hi breath while the Committee waaout. Mr. lhrnea' letter that should have aa It did appeared Friday, la given not arrive till n day offer the latt Issue went to pre. It I hardly necessary to state that the compositor and proof reader for who made hint exiiresj a fondues "oamcl' legs" have fled to the "mountain of hepsldaui." At the lUptlst Convention at Green-cattl8. C, a resolution waa adopted providing for a committee to confer with other llaptitls, with the purple of ting for the proJiutlon of a new transU. Hon of the DJble, and giving to the Na. tlout of the earth, In their respective Ian. iguage, the purj wprd of God, e, Engtcman's Mill. The cool weather lias caiiKed Ihe ang ling busbies to be a little dull. Owing to the failure to git spealera for next Saturday, the picnic at Providence has been iwtponed until Saturday week. Last Sunday wa how day at Proviweather dence, but owing to I he there were not many cut in their Spring costumes. Overcoat and nhiik shuwed tn a belter advantage. We would advise those yonn; gentle men of lianare the next time that they go out riding not to take on so much whisky that they cannot distinguish n white lady from a colored one, else they will be held accountable for their ungentlennnly onn duct, and pretty little Mrs. II. O. Varri daughter, lilla May, of Atlanta, Georgia, ore visiting relative here. Frank hnglo-mawaa onnslderibly bruised a few dar by a horse falling down with hlui John Leak, son of Robert Leak, of Hit plaoe, who Iu been brakelng on the C S R 11 , oaine home a lew d.r ago In had health. Your correspondent had ono of lilt little toe badly mashed last Saturday by a hone stepping upon It. It i to be hoped that amputation will not bo necessary, however. fall-lik- e n your corresondent thought It not only highly advisable, hut erhap absolutely nece'ssry, that they should contain some notice of so important and enterprising a town a that claasicly known aa Williamsburg, and vulgarly called by the U. State postal service a Whitley Court House. It I the seat of the county in which the boy a legend ha it, followed the first wagon ever in the county, all day In see the hindmost wheel run over the foremost. It ia situated about fifteen mile above the Fall of the Cumberland, on the very bank of that river. A few year ago there was only a population of 200 in the town and the people lived along, wearing out their monotinou live to be succeeded by another and n wiser generation. Hut since that lime the Knoxvillc extension of the Louisville and Knshville It. R. ha plant ed ita buttering ram against the sind-roccliff of the neighboring country and waked the little town to the seme of Its imiortance and the advantage afforded by r the grading is almost iln location. done, and in September we shall lis likelr to see the gigantic civilizer of modern time rush through, and with her trump proclaim the end of Ihe reign of Ignorance, and the beginning of the new era of thought and civilization. Since the lime first mentioned the town ha increased from 200 to 1,000 inhabit ant. Sawmill,Htave,otr and handle facto rio are being estxhlisheJ, and tint infallible forerunner of business and prosperity, the Jew, haa made hi appearance in our midst. Speculator and capitalist are daily arriving to investigate the mineral re source of the county. Many specimens of the different kind of ore have been sent to be assayed, but no report has yet been made ot the result. As to the timber there i wrlnp more of this than can be years, and used for the next twenty-tlv- e that adjacent either lo the Cumberland or ita tributaries, while within a short distance there i timber sufficient- - to keep mill running ai a profit fur many yeara afterward. bought It. U. Gover, of Somerset, ha of W. F. A E. 1'. the store and good Watkins, and I preparing to go In to here. We have a Hase Hall nine lately organized here which claims the honor of having beaten the Uarbourville nine, and although we know nothing of their ability to play well, we are willing to bet on them on general principles. From the very fsct they aro Williamsburg boya just starting and need encouragement, we would stako our I iit dollar on them. k To-da- JiulRuJC. J. ltltKCKINKIIiGE Isacandldatelar Juds or Superior Court, suWecl to the attlon of the Demorraey. Klectlon, ant Mondsr In August. it. u. m)i.iFi;r, li a candidate for JuJrs or the Supreme Court fima the ! district. Subject to the action of the democracy. E. P. OWSLEY Ilns Just Opened a FJno Stock of Consisting of AND ivr W. i All p.rtons haling claims aalnit the citate of II. Chandler, dee'd, sra notified lo present them to the undersigned Commlwloner, properly tertlfied, as the law requires, on or beiore June o i L3: icib BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino st, 1881. 40-- It . II. Els JUNTOS, GraTr. ROOMS AND BOARD. of Good rooms ami eicrllent board In tha pleasant fsnilljr of Cspt W V. MeKluney tan b hsd by immediate application The rooms aro the sains occupied bj me until reteiitlr. audi spcaV. from JAM EN I am oponing daily a Full lino ol tho Boat Goods in tho Ifarkot.to be IIUIIi:itAll, sold at Bottom Prices. Call and oxnmlno. Stanford, Kjr. CARFSTS.OIIL. CLOTHSLTRUIVES TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. TUltNPIKE ELECTION. I There will bo an election held In tho town ol Uncsatrr, Ky., at the Nsllonat ItiuV, It. CliKPAUI.T. -- Jin SRVEI'.ANrE. II. It. fcDMIBION, ON MONDAY, MAY 22, 1882, For President snl Directors of the btanford.V T. I". 1 Co , st 1 o'clock l M t.y.K, t'res. IS W. VANliK 4t.ii er WSflillVC-.- Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD H. FOX, Fropr., Kottb-- MENT! 1882- - Corner of Main snd Ihlrd klrcetJ, DANVILLE. - - KENTUCKY Hating recently rentled my rooms with all of the modern IraproTcmcnls, I now hate the Finest (lallery In Central Kcnluckj! uc When Jim flail Danville, don't Ull to call and see liropeclfully, 4c1.tr 1'hotographer Ky. Geological 8urTey 1882, KitiVAiin ii. fox, CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. lTiuejiist reeelveil cllrcet Ironi the Kastern cities (he moat elci;iiiit Ntock of A ly GRAND OSMfllNAHON, 1882, Semi-Week- Interior Journal And the Lnulsfille Weekly Courier - Jouriml One jearlor 8:i.00-t- wo papers than lliepricoufone for llllle more .tsTO'nrioisrs, - lly paying us II 5(1 you will recelre for one year the home paper will, the Courier-Journa- l, newapapcr of the Niulh, and the reprt-entat-lfe brighten and ablest lamlly Weekly In the United btales. Those who dealre to examine a aa do so st aai. pie copy ol the Coutler-Journthlsotfice jour lt, Clothings Boots, E5Cif-TJ- 3, Shoes, IVeu cfcO., IIiIh Ilier evhiliilecl la iiuirhcl. ami CARRARD COUNTf. Lancaster. fish last Geo. Klllott caught the bo week, welgbt, 5J lb, net; length, twenty-fiv- e Inches. The republican nominated Mr. Lay ton, one of the defeated candidate In the Jailer's raoo, for Aaseor. Iney have not yet nominated for Sheriff. The Hlchmond Dramatic Company will give an entertainment here the night of May 22nd. Lanoaster owe it to herself to give them a big houie. Me. Geo. DurdeU and John Woodcock, two of Hro. liirne' mot ardent admirer, went to Versailles, Saturday, to hear the great preacher once more. Mr. Wink Aloarn, of Pine Hill. I on a visit lo relative here. Ho I n geod fel Orders frcta a Distanca Ills I low ami a iiltasant companion. M J.T. IIAKKIN, Aaaas rlUuforJ, Kjr. 1 lovo for tli truth never grow Iom, Bucilen's Arnica Salve. Thobwt salse In Ihe world for Cuts, Jlrulses, , Stiit-iUlcers, Bait llheum, Feicr Sores, Tetter, 'sS. Chapped llaudi, Chllblalna, Corns, and all lllrely cures pile.. It la guar Kruplloni, and Lifsa5S9scix- togle entire salutation or money refund- OtFlc.OKWu DKKBiiiii run Alio, April '82 ed Vrlie J cents r boa. For sate by I'enny A CO, UiiHitoH. Ky . II S.I.VBl'SAT MeAIUIer The owners or rrrtain laleuu, known sa the M. I. lllllIIAM,"laielrou.htsuitsi:slnit InirloBunrot In my HKi:ilIXi free of Charge. mr. .,. sllftflnusiin a I wl.ti to iulf thst the All reruns siiHertng from Coughs, Coldi, Atth- - Uorua'm pstsnts in.it. a long time lieu ored hare lor us, llrouelittls, Ixwi of Voire, or any anVetlsn of me at a moderate royalty, ami -- ire csrHully t my atlorneys, 1(who iletlJcJ trial I the Thrust snd Lungs, are reuenled to call at ilia owners IhlnL way Infrlustnl llieui t'euuy A McAIUter's Drug store and setaTrlsl Iu do ht oltierwl. lllsqulte lrltlwate aa4 rljjUt oflby Ilolllo of King's Sew Dlacorery for Couiumptlon, ther shoulJ submit the same to the liwe ami I frre of charge, which wilt centtuce "hem of lis iulie Irlbun.l A wllUbwitullyjolnCircuit Court derl.lon In lbs the result wonderful merits and show what a regular dollar-- U can scarcely '.o eapecied to less tbau llirie lo Are Utile will do. Call early. Tears, and a final one In tho BunreuisUiurt In any leas t.me, Toil uU not therefore eawt to l with the final mads Immcdlstely aciualntedone wishing tn luue IbecourtssioieiiUiany hkl tlilVUrlM'.MKMS. slid thowoersor Hits; utenta their alllbeitrto iriuecule teuJer, action a.alottoreither orsuy swiler the wsnulacluier snd sisloat mi, but bastua rrorly electwt to ro.-attiouscaluataiiy of the tbsysredtbsi'-lli'oi- ii This concern l uoderlood to olhersioncern.-d part ol tbeje bate bewiue Ibe oeuer or ofolbsr pitenisol Utile ratenls bytbeesrhsu Ihe i:wipiwrs of the ialue, snd Is now rbiiu GEORGE D. BATTEHTON, country wllb nolle, of Ibe sult.amouipanUd villi thst Or-d- m cuuiuienls Intended to inske ibe impression Wholesale and retail dealer Iu LAKL Kb. IIIMIi:it lleuv promptly filled bhlpmeuU by sspnsa or Uwmtrola Iho TM1M1 liy any oilier masblne. II will U hasirdoua 10 ami aJJolulog , freight. UiUrssud tJ-lAUT maeblnetbsl rtspilros Ihia e au of adrsrll.-4lh slreel, Uiuillle, tvy. to auUuullsl lua mustI be In ssd need ol (alls to Iruertloeiltshew Iu I "...,, ii 'Mil. mnierii benelll of purehswri of lald adrerllKiueiits lor the sr oow In lbs rout Is fjrniiusthlnty.ihsi they as defendants In suits for lulrlna meuts or Ibe lor UfilntHUJH of M..iii HiavK.TKKI-1'o- t. the Gordon tuienls ol Ulnd.rs,n and for IJfrllWf iW VI lateuts u ent of the lliahamtlm raci that ilowers.usstlr all all. or they not adiertlae tobjeel the machines thsy bsrs put uut of Isle are usual! to islcat llllsaliwi' And wllb Ihe lonuul appended to Ibe notices of the lllocer lult. "11 I hare for mIo at ur Meat Btute would be well for laruiera lobe csullous In bujIUK MiCormUk uiacblnw.sli Finally, I wish to say, I was Brit to ut a sue. lbs Uarte.t Hold I bsro PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! oeululTwtDS Uludirluthe be.t aud nwwt succeuful mads and am. making I bao sold more sud am now Hinder twine Twlue lilmlera than making us 1 bellsrr) mi-rAlii any other loucern tu the Uulled Stales. I shall the brat bluder. I am coutluuelomsksaudMll Sweet Potato, dabbage. Tomato, &c, able and dltpoaed, aud will warrant, defend and protect against all adterw ctalmauls aud cetuers, all psil, prvseut aud future purtbaiers of the U.er- lUlsea by A, CI. 1,'einll.tou. AH any other, Snd me gutlly of lulrlnaemtfll, I wfll Promptly Tilled. abide by Ihtlr dectaion aud rtspoud tu their msu ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MER7EILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, eiisJ3jP'ssL antl !, AI.s)- - A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, IiieluclliiK Olotli, ale., unci 2Viiiim Veiling. Henrietta Cloth, Hunting, TauiUo la fuc tit iilcoiiHsoHinentor Dress Goods Hamburg of Every FULL MXKS Description. ICE! 1CJKI! IE!I! un Embroideries, India Trimmings, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, X-iiiees Toadies' Neckwear, fcO. G-OOD- S 500,000 PLANTS! ion s.ii.i:i clallj PANS, PARASOLS. In emllesm nirlely, unci a snlcnillil iiMhortuieHt C.lllultlttllM, Ac. WHITE ot I.hhhm, We Inn o milled to our HtocU ii nle iiMorlmeHt orC'Hrtic(M,ItHK., Oil OIoili, .MiitlliiKN. U'ull Vatter, Ac. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH; ING GOODS. -- . uaiea. I 'or tcrma and circulars, sail ou or addrtM ....... l II. AI.HHllJIIT,6lsu?uid.I.r Ageut lr Unjtlu County, Y-- denring qualities tank deep Into her Th Ag$ of Miracles To all Lovers of the Trotting Horse, ry, or something, I don't know what, heart and wero treasured as something STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, "Do you heliovo In miracles, Alon- but only do guess who Is to bo my too sacred to speak of, littlo knowing ioV Well, wo should preach. When IIKPOT8T TNrttU KY. Black's irHiublotoninn ! escort. No you never will succeed, wnai a sail lesson sno was to learn. n man can sit down In a Now York MTANFOBD, ICY. lie (tire of SS Irotlera so i win (imply say, it Is Christie lira-haOno day early in tho fall of 1875, restaurant and havo brook trout. C. 9, WISE, with rrrnnlthrtlrrlhan IS) ) Dam, Kill by the May 10, 1882 Tncsday Morning, Did I not tell you I would bo Mrs. iicmiricks Had a tall which dis- spring chicken, venison steak, nnd rrlrbratrd liotlrr, tang lilan.l Mack Hawk II lijr lh rrnonl Irolllnj horao, Amlrtw Jatktnn, nium ti tho first to bring him out. No, don't located her hip, ami for several recti hint served off tho samo old soup oul ofllie notfl Irotllnt mar Pallr hhr. hr Tlpro Balls iramlMnnl Imp Mfiitff, 3ml ilan Mimmrnla, ask mo how it came that ho Invited months hcrlifo hung by a thread. Sho iwtie, we aro ready to lake in any For th iKTMtot Journal I bj !oii f lluror. lir Imp Illnmrtl, Srvl riant lr llratttlonra, mo to go, for I could never tell. Oh I boro her aflliclions patiently; and miracio you over saw in print. I Ooffln'a Mrawntyr.br linn. MraarnMr TiUlm, Ac. Thla hiin TRUTH STANOER THAN FICTION. ironing alalllon, wMMrlln 'Iranta to Vail.lt Wotk ITI mi Will my, I am almost in lovo with him God in His infinito mercy restored her hove in miracles? When the Amcri XY mak Itinatiwn Mimiat thoTraln A Litejketch. ol nil klniti now, nnu sue danced awav sincincr io ncaiiu. ono was lorccd to uso can farmer can put n quart of straw ln SlaMnolW A lluwll In lntlll Kr al riMllj UnTffT low .rlf of S'JO Till'. NkANO.V, tr nv ADKLKFAIllAN. "at "Christie. Christie, idol of mv heart." crutches for months. Claudia forgot berries in a box that wont hold a nlnt 130 to Inaur Hmslrra ami olhfra Inttrral! ar cojTisrico riou iast mint leaving Claudia to wonJer how it every thing savo mama at this crisis. of sand; when almost nnr coal dealer lorall ami arc lb liatM STILL LEADS WITH THE rranrtllullr Intllixl N. HVXTI.K HI.AI K,Irol. Ail.lrru and alio never aw came that her staid, sedato cousin, who Tho winter camo and was It bo occurred that Clrimna llouat, Danftllr, Kj unusually can pinko seventeen hundred weight n Ml on arpU'"-lltbcm until several years had glided was always afraid to snoak to a trlrl. sevcro for that climate, and sho re- ion; when n common-lookinclerk can lj by, when the wholo family went to should have asked Mabel to attend mained closely at homo thinkinir littlo measure a whole yard atone sweep of n).Mir.Nsr.i tiiiuh'iiii timi. tahli. homo of Col. Hendricks to spend tho picnic with him. Ono of Mabel's nnd careing less for worldly pleasures. a thirty-tlirctho inch stick: when n ten tho winter. Tho health of their old- sister's had married nn uncle of Chris-tiShe began to tako a sooor viow of pound block of ico looks small along KENTUCKY'S ROUTE est son was such that a cliango of Graham, and thoy wero frequently life, nnd dovoted herself entirely to lino oi n iour ounce iiaiiiiono; wiibii was required and thay returned thrown in each others comnanvat her the precepts of a mother whoso days any bar keeper turns whisky into waEAST AND SOUTH-EASSouth for his benefit; Claudia in the brother-in-law'house. Sho had just wero woll nigh spent; nnd so tho ter before ho opens up in tho morn mcantimo had settled down to n quiet, returned from there when she burst In months flew by. ing; when you can putoutfiro with IlUN ANll AITHIl SUNDAY. Amtl. SO, ISM, happy li.'e, nnd their arrival was hail- upon Claudia with tho abovo exclaluminating oil; when you can find a (TO 1IB CONTINUED.) tmiih will run a Mlowt: Chesapeake & Ohio R.R., ed with any thing but joy. During mation. miraculous draught of fishes in tho iiiAirin nuuTll. Sonoo A8 Fodijkr. When intend her grandfather's absenco her lifo was Knowing Mabel's disposition so milk; when n committee of AND SELL THE BEST TAT,ON; rendered Very unhappy by tho entire well sho gavo tho matter littlo consid ed for that purpose, it may be sowi, women at a church fair can mako a i$flff'$X&$. s .! eration, only wondering in her own broadcast, or with a common wheat barrel of soup with one covo oystor; family, who cared little for Mrs. .Ji BUGGY ON THE GLOBE -1-'-L1 Direct Itoitlu without Cliiinpc of Cnra and sought to harrass her as mind which of her many beaux would drill, about ono bushel per acre, Imv when do we believe in miracles, I.tr. Cincinnati (I). It 1. ' Walton II M (SI !1 well ns Claudia. When ho wns present, be tho chosen ono. Dear, jolly Ma- mg tho ground well prepared and doubting Alonzo? It is an ngo of FOR THE MONEY. rrltlendrn . a o ai s o) a 4a -- nntwuaw roixrs in- After sowing, thoroughly miracles. Tho world is full of mira " Wllllaintlown howover, sho enjoyed so mo tranquil bel, she should never marry, thought mellow. M10IS Att IOW " xailletllle. .., si.in rs a ,a in Mrs. Robert Hendricks' Claudia, her life is too brieht to seek a harrow nnd smooth tho surface. As cles, or over run with rascals. You moments. " tleorgelown. oilii s SEND FOR CATALOGUE lluntlngton, tin j Keiilnrhj-m- Iltchmond. and Slaunten, Char-!eilnetonr?) : utt tio ii m lotlrarill.. the tihortrst, aim now was 10 auvanco ner own change. Then too, what would I do soon ns tho majority ot tho stalks arc may accept either interpretation. " NkhoFaiTllle - II 12 M 7 11 UCW Uulckraiand most tlnif.irtil.le Iloute to daughter's interest, and crush Claudia without her, after all theso years of fully headed, cut with a self raking Burlington Hawkoyo. Mlth llrldge 11) I00I2 4J 8 12 I2 3S AND TESTIMONIALS OF llarrtHl.bur Junetlnnf II Inl I fll It-S- l Her grandmother often constant companionship, it would in- reaper, allow it to lay in ono day's hot if possible. llanrllle III IIS S Al I Al LY.0IIIIU1II1, IIAMlUr, XUIIFOI.K " Danrllle Junction (1) Honoh Women. Thero is nothing HUNDREDS OF LIVERYMEN remarked how sho should trcmblo to deed ba Iiartl to giro her up. Our sun, bind and set in small, round III I M .... I Ot -- orwooj1.12 2 41 2 II leavo her littlo girl in such hands. liveshavo been so linked, so blessed; shocks. If you do not wish to rango manly in making light of women. " Hotnrrwt .. ... IM 3 00 Xtl 111 " Taurine.. ,IA WHO HAVE USED THEM Mrs. Hendricks was beginning to show her joys my joys, hei sorrows mine the field with stock, let it remain till Never uso a lady's namo in animprop " (Irrenwaid ... ITS 4 11. 2 68 Virglnin & North needed. CnroHnn Points. Tho will well er place, or at an improper time, or infirmities, nnd in .1. also. Not n care has for a moment ago and . I9... CumUrland Palla. . " unitwuod ... .....-...- . l BIO,.X Jn7 had relinquished tho cntiro shadowed her fair brow that has not pay for removing the shocks; but in in mixed company. Never mako as " Hrnlary 22 nHAell. 4 41 rvLLMAN CoiriltS AlTACItl.il. '2M 74j loo! H' charge of the domestic duties to been shared equally by me. And af- no case storo in larger piles or stacks, sertions nbout her that may beuntruo, n.kw.l ' Spring (My ... . . IM S Si 7 30, S 40 Claudia, who was cheerfully assisted ter marriage, it matters littlo, how reset in long shocks about five feet nllusions that sho herself would blush " laytuu . .. 111 im nn 11 (a ... 310, nM DM in lor llrkrta ainl furlhrr nfoaiuatten. snJr v " noyce by Mabel. One morning they were long find association has bound hearts thick. If sown as early as the middle to hear. Shun men who do not scru reur marett llrtel eltWe. tor ad,!r W. ao ,... I.WIO 21 4 Arr I'halUn oga () Meniee IMr I'lHahtaiid I'sternns' Ag'l. Us- in a room alone, engaged in somo in rosy chains, there is always a res of April, two crops may bo cut from pie to mako uso of a woman's namo in inglen, Ky THAINH NOItTII. household affairs, laughing merrily tfaiiit, an indefinable, an inexnressiblo the same seeding in this latitude. Any n reckless manner and unprincipled COLUMBUS OHIO. HKKKUKNt'1'.S: 'lit llaylAtllllMtl '. IV. NMITII, ono who pursues this course, nnd has manner. They nro tho very worst oyer tho triumph of tho previous something which makes a diiforence, ii. w. ii'i.i.r.K. STATION. I ha, tHn btnJtlnf join (ler.'l Msnarrr, nxNTLiMK if a.h, tlrli'l I'sfc'r Ag'i r a ills iMi.T n night. They had attended an ele- and thotich hearts rnitv remain fond. such weather for curing as ho would members of tho community lost to Itrtwatrr hatton, rtr , for the waitona, ItuiiuoKn. VisiimiA. o gltm rnllra gant ball at a city not fur distant, and a coldness sprincs up nnd is never like for hay, will have n quautity of evrry sense of honor, every feeling of )ait four jura. whofar thrr htr Ihrin an.1 t Lre. Chsttanmga (ti. soo'Tm 7bo .! atlifactlon toall hata loii(ht Ai A lei A lot t in noyce- - .. fodder that any kind of stock will humanity. Many a good nud worthy eict to I able to aril f rrat nianjr nior Ihla liko most girls, wero rehearsing the hriden! a 7ii a so m ... ' llailon any yrara. Trusting raaon woman's character has been forover jou.wiiithan ame of the prcrloua tiroiapuj, i am, for each others benefit, incidents The day of the picnic carao and greedily eat up clean, and which, in M fprlng City H 7M 7 lie in nil anonirra rltockwooj. M 2 24 riit:iioi.Ai harks, Jtrrjraan. when Claudia's sister entered the Mabel was dressed with moro than ray opinion, is far superior to fodder ruined and her heart broken by a lio ' lllenMar;.. . III 10 ML.lit IM lararrlir.iDd. concocted by an unprincipled villain, 111 1117'. ... II 4 " Cbltw.l . . room. .Tho girls continued in their Iter usual tate. She had put on her frepared from any other plant. .. tlKiiTLKMIY Whateln ualnp hail tour - tlrernwmkl ... oflend-edIef- t but believed by people of good prin rour werk In Clarke muntr lor tbe injarlllnt " Cuuibrrland Kails .... . . IW II .II . . .. I.ItN mefrymood and sho becoming Colman'sRuralWorld sunniest smiles, and laughingly told IN IM 12 21 ... It M Talaillle ciples who nro too ready to bclievo yrara with the brat aatlaractloii to uraelrrw aul tho room in a psssion. In a Claudia she would receive a proposal " Fnrarrret I 20 .... 177 I 111 lour tiumilra are unlrrrullr Diiy Seiwiution ok Gold fhom slander or condemn imprudence, and euilnmrrs fewlihomenta her mother entered, giv- ero tho month chnuld wax nnd wane. " Norwood IM 121 .. 127 our tuatonirr to be the rrrr hr " Ihinrllle Junction (ft) JI7 2 4' 2U Sand, A novel apparatus for Hip smallest thing derogatory for the price that ran be bouthl In the country. ing! vent to violent wrath, accusing Tho day was bright and calm, just crime. T5I 2 M . 2 SI llanrllle Your lapronounrrd gold from sand without the uso to a woman's character will fly on tho by all Combination Pprlnf IIumt raalrel riding " llsrrodaburgJuncllon(l) ti1 a on to to the Snrt. aoftrat, ami them'ot ridiculing her daughter, nnd the day for such occasions, and all jii wagon "' iiign iiriuge in ill 3 41 im .. 3 41 ot water was recently completed and wings of tho wind, and magnify ns it buggy now In uae. Your Itrrwatrr heaping uncalled for 'nbuso upon went "as merry as the marriage .. . 211 Mcholaaillle la rrrlalnly without rltal raking til in all Islington (iy. aay that Ht 4 M. .. 4 to rannot I Claudia, also casting somo insulting bell." Claudia could not resist watch- tested in this city. It is intended for circulates, until its weight crushes the w Irarlnwly country foryour buggies ami dura" (irorgrlown. IV . .S I Si, ityle, flulih, latrn In Ihe 211 4 Ml ' MAdlrilllr. . .. remarks upon the memory of her ing htr cousin narrowly all the day uso in the placer regions of the West, poor uncontcious victim. Remember bility. Youra truly, 4M M S 11 17 W'llllanistown ... Mexico, and Central America, where this if you are tempted to repeat or TkwxaxtA MnaK. This Claudia could not long, and saw ho was fascinated. At mother. " Crittenden .. . . 3I 5 9T. Sprlnglrld, Ohio. 1311 BI2I " Walton.. . Alico brook. She rose, giviug away to an night when they hnd sought theirown gold bearing sand is found at a dis listen to a scandalous lie. III 7 in im 7 tw! (Ikxtlimkn. I bare had In llrrry now for Arr. Cincinnati (I) outburst of her own fiery temper, do chamber sho bade Mabel have a caro tance from water sufficient for hydrau- Hodges. orrr two years, aud hare not spent a dollar (or reWhere time Is not glrrn Irslns do net slop. lic mining. Tho machine is about five pairs nn thru, and they look nearly as goial aa fying her to say aught against her and not trifle with a noble heart, sayMeal atallnna. I. Con licet wHi all railroads of se? A miniaturo steam engiuo, con new. Hare had buggies so good rral other as the Coluuibut centering al (tnrlnuall, for Ihe North, FUt and and nnd none sainted mother, and then burst into ing, "Charlie is liko all of the namo feet in diameter, and is arranged to structed Writ. 2. Connecta with U C. U aud K. C. ingenious clockmaker, lluggy Company's buggies. Itespettrully, lyan tears. Mabel, undertaking an expla high spirited, but just and as throw the sand by centrifugal forco is said to weigh nx.lt 3, Kentucky Hirer llrblge. I Cennrela T. K. ItlOiUKlK. only fifteen grains, 3. Uunerata with S. W. 11. It. f r against a "wall" ot mercury, mainConyers, Georgia. assured the august lady proud a the fallen one. Ho will nation, with U A (I ct.lt.lt. C CouneeU with all nnoWVS IKON 111TTI:iiS nro nnd can bo entirely covered bv an or lar all l.ilnttln the Heuih. 4A hraat that their conversation was in no way brook no silly flirting. If you onco tained in position by centrifugal ac- dinary thimble. Tho stroke Okhtlkhkn- The bugglra I hate had of your of the manufacture hate glren Die entire aaiurarilen. andSiulhwrst. Night Kiprres and Arcowuioda-tlo- i a rcrtnltt euro ftr nil tlUoaaofl connected with Norma Hendricks, but disregard his feelings he is irrevocably tion. In this way, it is claimed, ev C(HulrliiK n comiilcto tonloj rapo. ruadally; otbrr Irslua dally rtrrpl Sundays. piston is little over ono twelfth of an Thrr are the best I hare errr usrd for the u,n r t'. ii.?u. iiefii. IVs Act. dally IiHllgttloii,l)yatHMla, Inter. amount of money. Yours truly, Claudia bade her bo quiet, saying, lusnoyou. iuaoeigavo some saucy ery particle of gold is brought is con- inch, nnd a in 8. WOODWAIII, fiiperlntcndrot. I) CoLLina, Urrrymtn. diameter proportionately tact with the mercury and amalgam inlttotit 1'crors, Want or ApiK-tlto- . "Mabel, dear, there is no uso wasting reply, telling Claudia sho looked upon less. Tho whole machino consists of Joplln, MInourl. Ixhx DfKtmiKtli, IjicIc or lkiiorRy, words upon so heartless a creature; such au affair in too sober earnestness, ated, whilo the sand is blown away I hare been connected with the 140 distinct pieces fastened together OextLkuc.ietc. Knrlclios tho lilcxxt, CONDENSED TIME. is tho best for such un- but the quick ear of her listener de- by means of an air blast. Tho mano, no, silenco manufacture of and dealing In buggies for fifteen tho muaclcs, and kIvoo new by fifty-twscrews; nnd three drops of J ears. Your work does net look like roost factory principled creatures, so entirely de- tected more than was Intended, and chine is said to clean a ton of sand in water llfb to tho iicnc Is Acts Ilka a wood. aro sufficient to fill tho boiler work, butand smoothly finished In used InIron aiming trimming. Material void of every human impulse. clinrm on tlto llr;i-llI am she saw Mabel was also charmed. Tho twenty minutes, and to be so thorough and set the mechanism the orKnna, LE & in motion. 0 olumbua lluggy Company's bugglea lias prored to rcniovlnn nit d)Kpcilo Kjiiiptoms to my feelings visits of Mr. Graham became fre in its operations as to raako it possivexed that I gavo way be of the Thry run light. In ble to work over with profit the tail- The size of this engine has probably this rouuty lot. hare bought yourKir ry one ire nttcli nn tnMlnr. tho fboil, Ilolohlnir, who buggies but how daro such as the seek to pol quentso frequent in fact, that many well pteajed, they glre the beat of satlsficllon. shrunk a trifle in the description. UAIMtOAI) mm:. Unit In tho Klomncli, llcnrlliiirn, Yours truly, lute ray angel mothers memory? Col. of her former admirers began to fear ings of tho mines worked by other sysetc Tho only Irtm I'rriiurutlon E, E. Watt. tems. Scientific American. Hendricks was simply furious when iney muse give up. Remedy. A recent cough Wlncbrstrr. Ills. Couon iiut when it was thntwlll nut lilac-Ketho tcctli or TUAINS nOINtl NORTH. ho learned of Mrs. Roberta' proceed- mentioned to Mabel, sho only laughEconomy .in Leather Every win nimost nlways yield to tho lollow Klo licailncho. Kohl by nil DriiK-l- -t MABtll l", US J. ET Mun. ings and wrathfully bade her pack her ed, saying to each, "why Chris is al- little scrap of leather that flies from ing treatment within two or three da vs nt $I.O) n bottle. Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard dot. Lre. Hlchuond ...H... .... Mara trunks and leave his premises. Sho most Claudia's brother and too near the cutters' knives in the Auburn shoo Mix in a bottle four ounces of gly imov rni:Mic.ij co. LAncaiter.. .. II SO " Llslngiton Italtliiinrv, Mil. 10 S was in a terrible passion, but remain- my own to think of marrying" thus shop is saved, and either goes into cerine, two ounces ot alcohol, two tu Ik. , I - r ' Crab urchard-11 M .. " tm, rfuiii vf..k v... I ,ul, ed. t AS4 ,,. cf .12 41 nut . ' rltanlord ir .1 jkcejuug mem an in uiier uarKness. leather board, shoe heels, or grease. ounces of water, two grains of morhhelbr City .... I 20 BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. Doubtless my readers will ask She was as can be plainly seen, "some-thin- g Who says this isn't an economical nee? phine. Shake well. Doeo for an IlAntllle Juoctlon.... I It Bay loot where Claudia's father was all this of a flirt" and meant to enjoy About two months ago a factory was adult, one to two tablespoonfuls, every while: Stallion, right bindfoaled and near rout foot " Mltchrllsburg..... 2 17 " In IS78, bred by 15Ji band high, ' lAtianon . 2 IS " I where I Have you never every Cbas, Dunn, Htanford, Lincoln Co., Ky timo alas moment of her time. 4 II " New Hsren. ... .. started for making shoo heels in Au- two or threo hours. Halt this quanticJlred by Mrswoger Chief, the sire of Msrrel. ' 4 SO " Iebanon Junction.... Ono nizht in the earlv Snrino-.timseen a man so perfectly under the M reconUSS, burn. They now have about twenty ty to children from ten to fifteen old) Kena C Maud gaitssenger, 2 ISgsit al 4 years Arr. Cincinnati Junction. " t" .2 at 3 yran; Msttl u sho control of a had been later than usual with five hands at work, and are mak- years. It is not safe to give it to gait at 3 years; 20 Abdsllab, 2:J0ralt McD. 2.20 " UuUillle .... soulless, 20 " Abel st 4 yrsra; he becomes lost to every Christie. Claudia that "KozMarr,"2.2lgaltal 4 yeara old, and other had sought her ing about 120 cases of heels per infants or children under ten years of good ones. THAIN3 (lOI.Ntl SOUTH. kindly feeling or human impulse, al- chamber and eat leaning in tho open day, or about lo.UUO heels. The age. 1st dam br Sentinel, record 2.i4;. and theair ,T:1. ttuo. of Von Arnlm. record 2.22. menllr lourht Tl ASCII I, IM. most bereft of self respect, and entire- window, drinking in the spiritual heels are made entirely from small M V. Itemlncton. of Itluca, K. Y., by Commodore N. W. KlUoo for 110.000: An. Ksr. SYMPTOMS OF A ly careless of how the world wags so beauty of the moonlight scene before scraps of upper leather. Tho Young inline!, 216: T. A., 2rt, Lte, lAuUtllle rrtte, Maw writes: "From too cloae application to tnj , scraps .. 2 00 p ro Le. fclanford.... i.auuirrr. 40?; u Irnon. J tnU. (l'ate's) they are uninterrupted. Robert had her when Mabel came lightly in and are first cut into the right shone bv calling, ray health unilerwent a revere (Irani frntlnel, 2.2!, erntlnrl, Ciioul ; " Crab Orchard 2.u. iw " IjOs 'Of Appetite, Uoweli costire, l'ain In 4 10 never cared for his motherless girl. threw her arms about her. and kiRsinn- dies. They are packed aud then sent train I felt a weakness In every part of Sentinel la full krothcr to Volunteer, that stands Arr Idrlngiton .. Lre. 2 ao " the Head, wttli a dull sensation In the sire of St and being thus influenced it was no her said, "Oh, dear, I am so nanny to Chelsea, 31 ass., where tho oil is ex- my boily. My iligeslion enpecially failed at touo the season; and Is tbe with records Julian, Arr. lnraiter Itichuiood.. M rvni,2ll!i, andol20utheia of 240 ? 5.V- - ,''n unler the Hhoulder better. blade, fullness after eating, with a difficult task to give cruelty where Christie has asked me to 1m hia witV tracted from them by a secret process. me, and my nerve became all unMrtini;. orid dam by Aleiandrr's AUlallsh, the sir of body or uecrealion ilnl not uo me proper benefit. Sxon .Low spirit,, mind. kindness should have been. and I am goiug to quit my frivobus-nes- s They come back dry, and aro then Finally, on the Irritability of tamp r cj PULLMAN PALACE CAKS recora z 11, with recommendation ol a tfuKiimuu 2jusiu, Major Kdaafl, icoaaunil, v.lliii Thorndsle. Kk, 2 2V; HU KI1110, afeellnitof harttiK neglected some duty, and be to him a true, noble pasted togetheriu wooden brother minister, I tried Ilrown'a Iron Hit- 2 20, Aleiabdira Ahdallah by ityadyk's To Meuphli, Little Hoc , Mobile, Montgomery, Woarlnesa, Uisxlneia, Fluttering at tha CJIA1TEU NINTH. and Nrw Orlrane. the gran I aire of Maud ti .record HK, Heart. IJota before tho eye. Yellow Bkln. woman." Tho grease is extracted in order that ter It lias made me feel better and sod the afreol Dexter. 2 17V.. Nettle, Emigrants to Texas bare tbelrcholceof Iworoutrs, Iteadache generally orer the right ey. Spring had burst forth in all her "God grant, dear Mabel, you may tho heels may be burnished. They stronger than I ever before felt since I was Girl, 2.10, (lai'lle, 2 21; Jsy (lould, 2 2 II. Orauge Hestles.ness, with lltful dreams, highly U Memphis or tie New Oileens Tlioe wurh JIU, and 34 a youne man." fresh young beauty. Eartht nir and ever bo as happy as vou others with record of 2 SO or better. quicker and rates lower tbau by any other colored Urine, and noir take as nice a polish as a genuine Sddsia by ItrU Jacket, be by Comet, and be by route. Ills also lb sky" seemed to blend in ono craud f Vim I rail I t.rA .. I CONSTIPATION. Sbrrnisn Morgan lted Jacket's iiin waa alrrd br tuuugu x uujie juu ?lt marry lor heel. a hall brother to Hlack Hawk. chorus of praiso to tho Holy Name, a time: it is such a win noi and one TlTITN I'l I.I nrri prclally ndapted to venture, 4thdamaneilra road mare, brought from the QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE8T AND BE8T aueli caars, una dus rlTrcta y audi n cliango and Claudia a heart leaping with fa which we cannot always discern the W U Vance, Mercer tounty, Ky.,snd The Gi.ossoaiurn. A speech rewlnt In Mlssunrl, Kioiai, Illinois, v. .rr.,a,M ,.M ... mr siincrer. aid to be of Mrsaengcr blood Mnuenger Chief Itout Iu alllows, Nrbrsaa, Thry Inrrraer llm t Indians, grateful thanks as sho witnessed the uuuu ui corder called tho glossograph has been soil reuse the was sired by AbdslUh 1'ilot, the sire ol l'lrsrd, Ouly one change Iu Chicago, Colorsdo. Arksnias. to Bee iruviuence. l At tauls sud Kait body to Tnlf ii i li.ii. n us the ariirru la ltnlJIui, departure of her father's family, she you commit yourself to dread uncer iiivuiueu uy i.. ueuuiii, oi Vienna. record of 2.30, t rial For fuilhrr Information sUut tickets to Ihr nuiirlihnl, an y Toole trllon on the the In i.it lllcr-sllsllnmm At Miirnay Niutb, Ksusss, I olorsdo, an e Igrant ratra 10 skipped joyously nround entering tuinties of what in many instances It is described as a combination of lorr.o.. .us.Itrsruliir MwiU are r. Istdsm by Mauibrlno Mesiengrr, the grand lire M .11. Florida, add.es V. I. ATM Hid offcotl'iThotuAS, record 2.21, and Ihsrlre ofl. with renewed zeal into her household proves ti merciless fate. den l'aas sod Ticket Agt , lAtutsrllie, Ky vers and blades, which, being placed ayt If you lovo upon tho Or V J. Anthony, Agt., rlsufuT.) Ky. 2d dam by Mambrlno Chief, the alia ol I.ly cares;? and felt as if sho could and trust him implicitly, why, to no tongue and lips nnd under Thorne. record 2.I8JJ; Woodford Mambrlno, 2.21 ii, "tako' the world in her arms and em one had I rather give my favorite tho nostrils of a speaker, are vibrated ai aid on 00 n 101, i?; iiaranras, 2 27Ji, MambrlflaAV lUln nViuKr binecd loatlumar no hlar. 2.2Hk. Hav llenre. i.!!'- - lt,l.w.n. braco it" for very joy. Komo years than my cousin. O, BLUE-0RASIlLACKbr asiiigisapii "- aii..noftLU IJvsc ROUTE ' ' stop, Claudia, by tho movements of tho former and 22a natural color ai la Inatantaneoualr lllm Hold rolled swiftly by. Claudia and Mabel you make me feel ridiculous with the breath flowing from tho latter. y Drugglsu or sent by express on receipt of It, Srd dsni by Imp Napoleon, known as tbe fox f hunting horse of Knglaud orncr, u jiihhay wero as free from caro as their own your moraliziug you would jtew toru. This vibration is transmitted to pen th aliaivi l,i TA.intu.Al, raako a Dr. uiui u; sHIinii (.CmAI TrTTr. MliriL Mil Ta.U.a.Ls i.r.nu .j ) Slhdsiu by Tig. r Whip; native birds. Col. Hendricks gave charming Nun, aud I honestly believe cils Mlftj .UIU These transcribe tho several ttlt tflinUL, Cth dsui by Darnaby's lilomedr, them every pleasure which lay in his such will be your fate. Do you re signs produced by tho action of the 7th dsiu by Csnnun's Whip; Ih dam by khip's I'srsgoii. power, his smile over ready to add a member what dear Sister -- THE MOST HEMIUAHLK HOLTK T- OMary Ag tongue and lips aud tho breath from Abdallsli f'llol was aired by Alrisndrr's Alls. brightucks to their lives whilo Mabel's nes used to call you, aud say Ish you tho nostrils upon a strip of paper RELIABLE SELF-CUR1st dam Illandlna by Mambrlno bier, brothers never tired in their efforts; wero going io ne ner 2nd dam the lllrrls msre. by Parker's llrown utile Dominican moved by a mechauical arrangement. C 1 N C IV IV A X ! mo. DOld fsrorlt tirtff)fitton of anaU ofU.ti. A tha (dam ofltoaallud, 2 21,). Mambrlno Mrtten-ghence every place, of instruction, in sister; then if I laughed turrtBMirul at her she and thus a special system of writing, wsaslrr.1 by Mrubrlnu I'symsater, the sire ol tirtIlu In totUiritmotStrrtm Mobility, terest or amusement was vwtcd far would say, "Oh I tut, tut, littlo scat which may bo termed geography, is Mambrlno Chirr. Dam by Van Itanrallrr's (Iray MfiMtV04f.llieVii4PaMi4AUay'flii. Hai ot -- TIIKONLV LINK HbNNINd- . He Is hslfbroihor 10 11. h .n.l l,.i. s7 WplOMliMluuruMr-4aUnjfUUcvaflU.t. nnd near. They poesed many OTOSIACII your head is already full of produced. This is based upon the and mauy 01 tbe first trotters Iola wss regarded AddrtM DR. WARO & CO.. UulIn. Mo, friends of their own sex, and numer- "cobwebs," nud I shall not be surpris- principlo of syllable construction and iu ueroay as one 01 the best trotting mareallrlng. Mambrlno Paymaster was aired by old Mambrlous nil miners, who attributed greatly ed to hear of yur marriage." CARS no, aud bo by Imp Meaeuger But combination of consonants. to their enjoyment; and as Mahal of- really children always be noble, never For making a cement for leather -- Bin WEEN- Among tno medicinal means cf arresting 3IESSEiGJSn" PIlfNCE ! ten said, "with such devil me care" stoop to littlo things when 0 uriu Witt (LU m4 you go out llinrts. Nrrou Muiiuirli Hitters standi ltlltir. Imtfltntf, llriikh WratWs.,-- -, dispositions wo will let tho world wag in tho world. Above all, never flirt: belts, tako of common gluo and Amer- iliw.w, JirrUir-t- , HyfkUflU ui Mfrri.rl-It checks the (urtbtr progress Aurrttmmm crli.jr trAl4 sluili Ilsy Blslllou, nowhltr; foalrd In ican isinglass equal parts, and placo in of all tliamlera ot tho stomach, liter and on in onosuccessivo dream crowding that is beneath a true woman." Mh l7; bred by XauxIiiuIi iiikI Cliioliiniitl, Umiwi b r4 bj Ue.,i.,rl..f irrtlMTRttofwiftc.i4, isllw nulur I1.1 f U. , Lincoln rf, u glue pot. Add water to cover the Ijotu-ls- rente tho ltal slaiulua, pret cola and Chjs Dunn, Hianford, Chief. coilnty, Ky. .all the sunlight nossiblo into each life. hired by Mcssrngrr mnt-diAlas I what would she think if sho 1rmHtfUMU44Uk4rm. chill aud fowr, (rr lir l)K. IUTTHaIholrIII4f.a,(fAfaS (tt, Ut1. (ra.J, MHlhlai 1st dam by Alcaldr, sire of Hylas, record, whole. Soak ten hours. Then bring of the klilneis. counteracts a tendency to rtwu. Sho was one of those raro specimens of knew how foolishly ArfdrrM, H. Nth Enigma, 2 .it. Fa cy Day, 2 SO. I havo squander the mixturo to a boiling heat, malum, and U a gciiulno stay and solace to 2d Uls TIME TABLE, IN EFKEOT MAHC1I IS, 151 KAII8, dam by Vurrlgueri womankind who could see "the silver ed many an hour in silly, trashy, and add puro tannin till the wholo be- ageil. Infirm and nenou jrnons. 3rd dam. Hose Mary, by Imp. Somelgnr HARRIS REMEDY COs.CTty. lining in each cloud" and keep half nonsense, uiess me i'or ealo by all IimggUt and Dealers 4tli dsui by Imp, Lerlsthan; dear JNuns, how comes very ropy or liko the white of Lre. Letlngtou . 7 SO an tflM'TWHslBMUMSwaVaWaW ta . 2.IS pm generally. 6th dam Juliet by Koscluto; f. .. dozen lovesick beaux sighing arouud I should liko to seo " isysuie.. 4.15 aiulUto p m STUl ve iLIIHpRnr uiDiitp'DiflTiiic a h dim lllsuk by Hlr Arcby; them, ono and all. eggs. Apply ...waaisneuuv I N (UL I " I"srls .., W a in 3 03 p u warm. Buff off tho and each think himself tho favored Oh I my, but how we have 7th dsui by Imp. J'srche, by Sir I'eter Telle: at, oiiurt wtv .ritr " .M a m S 40 p in changed grain of the leather where It is to be IM rrtm t Nrrvtxii ftfrl rkfiktllHWlu Ii dsm by Ital.by ono. Not so with Claudia, she was sinco wo left them. " slmoutb ABDALLAH GLENCOE! I tlidsmriirrusAS,iCordcaux; to Baltrum, by Arr. Cyuthlsna .. IIT 18 pm au 4 own later .. r. IiLaa.iu. ..a And thus rh.i. ntatiafa -- " Clnclnnstl. II 4S aui 0 30 pm Ellipse. candid to a fault. If she saw no con- conversation drifted until sleep tho cemented; rub tho joint surface solidly TsW ke J) II btlt Ma ( Ixiaest o 10th dsm by Virago, by Susp; Lrare Lexington at IU p. m and arrlis at Mays. together; let it dry a few hours, nnd it fttasflltaMHiftlla Irv geniality in her beaux she would by rf iIhi I. llth dam by Hlack and all Hlack by Crab; thorn, and wrapped in dreams llle.l5 p. m. Frts l'srlor Car learea ii. H.M , "w"""") SUAUA.A.... ...s. s. u 1. .1bi.u '2.r 12lli dsm Miss bluinrrkln, by young True Illue; is ready for use. If properly put to UliwlAAaia laJater no means givo tho slightest encourage- of childhood's ioy Leildgtou at 2: 15 p. iu. and learea iJ 13th dsm br Lord Oxford. Dun Arabianthev wandered n'nr gether no rivets will bo aauAiWi-JCincinnati st 1 p. m. needed, and ment, treating each with a kind con- - the myotic isle of llth dim by Dr. Arcby's d Itoyal memory, gathering tho cement as strong as the leather, mare; is sideration, but never overstepping the flowers of raro beautv and weaving Close conuectlou msde Inrinclnnsll tni ml ,lnl foreigner was aired by Imp, Ulenoe 'OUE TREATMENT. llladaiu, Corrlna. was a lino rsie ware at all North, Ksit and West, bpeclsl ralra to Kmlgrsnts. douuus oi irienusuip. Mabel would mem in gananiis, wnicn wero ,..c-TviiUT. -7 pliers for a istanres. fur her iierrormanres aro Turf Hcglstrr, Ask the Agent at the but to Au Omaha man, in dauger of losing often laughingly say she lost all the fade and vauish from " Hound, of the "lllue drsss Houls AlOAde Was sired by Mambrlno Cblel. A certain coro for Norvous viow wheu tho his ho uso by foreclosures of a mortIo lit dam by 1'iloi, Jr , tbe sire of John Morgsn, trip tickets from Mayarillesnd . hTALLI0N, AHDALLAH iuu by not talking sentuueutal non- daylight dawnod. uuuiniy, oominni woax- sold at rfduced ratrs, assist present uy rrcrd,2,il; lot Q. 174s i..t. gage, sold his wifo to her admirer for stable, 2 miles Iroin the loHMtle, season at to., Tattler, 2 it, I'Queen Templo, West, 2 JwltCT, loss, Impotonco, II u rates on household goods aud wrstrrn tick n Lincoln sense occasionally, nud say, "Claudia, (Jeneral of the abb uecipetuaoi la my ' Vractlco for oto. 84 Yar I'll AS A HAoLblT, ets.addrrss H tho 8200 uecded to satisfy the claim. Ky , ou tno Husioorille aud Liberty turnpike, rnennsn.ViBji, snd tbe grand lire aEdaniilustrstedibook (,(ta pages gUIng ffflnff if you should over surrender your TKMTII. ciiAirrcu , Uen Emlgrslioo Agt , CurlDglon, Ky . record 2 I0W Mambriuoulft, 2:20, Voltaire, 2 21 ri.i . was . recta ns for self ir, !..PfinTrOfl Mi. two years ago, ai which To Insure a colt.iuoney due when uai rkolland, Hylss, 2.2 IK, Billy Husklns, 1IU0WN. (I 1' AT A heart to man you will be painfully t,L. va. i. wiMJAMM, 435 K. lliUf tt.:g(Jia Doubtless uiy roailers may think it the maro proros 2 2C4, Hlack lllot. t.iV, to be In foil. Trading the mare constant. I am resolved never to fall unkiud in not giving Claudia a lover, time the proceeding caused consider- - ??f?..nA.,S'J.V'M,Vuluon,Jr forMti- the lu.u- dam br Ulsckburn's Wbln. Juaablo comment. Tho now couple lived t he abow horses will make tbe saon of 183 IlLENCOb is a dark bay, II lianda and 4 really in lovo and then I shall not uud perhapa it would indeed be luerci A rnnil,tnallon of Avunn-atutus v. high, II yrara old He has Irotted 2 15 orer u.II,. lal. " r II....L , jv, una ...tl- item hlsuford, 00 loso my wit as so many havo dono." ful .m ..iau.i, 1.11 vf J nm, frruriu H hould sho nuver havo oue. It amicably together until lately, when a 10 sec alow track wlih two iunmi.1 In1.. ...111.... lncaster pike, ,se.IfS uiue- uum oisniuru sua. llarkaml i7..;.Aoro tit miles frumMsnford and thooriginal husband, having prospered lie has pruTrn bimselfa good breeder of coiublurd snd Mabel felt then she knew herself well ecemctl alio was born under an unluckv Ahdsllsh MrsMtigrrst I a ttnlnlnl.lt unit. The boiws, listing produced soiu.i ul during his period of bachelorhood, 11, IU. OISIV. AInIaIIsIi lllmroe Hi hot wslkrra Dantllle pike, losl Messenger 1'rlurt tit) to In-to sure a msra In utiluvrriHtrutiiiH of Iran at IU enough to keep free from the witche- star, uud all that was bright uud hap- Joe Hint trill not Warhrit the bought back tho woman atanadvauco Allallsb. he b hi Klrno, lit by whs alrrd by AU Insure a msre In foal. Money due as soon as the ries of love. But alas how strange ,1 iu ner iuu aucr n trrlU,,u rliuniclrrlilltvf Vvt is asteriiiuru. Ailurrss itallab, lit Uy llaiublrtuaUii, lit dam hr ll' II iiiuo jaueu it way. of 850. ' ... 'in I Jim Ii . 4..l.l !.. I. . iirriniii ..... J riollA, d ii ..-.- , O, liTJIVlV, is destiny. WIL1LUJ Lincoln couuly, Ky, 1 iiare ustit 1111. luutau'a Iiojn iruigree As ret, alio has never learned to anal. .,uiiih, double-his- d uusnuwn, i flLMUMISi years lu mullein . lure nertr fouud anything t laiar ! iiteitli, n bib,, I Ia, JtrrMtnt Htauford, Srd dsm a thorough-breSMS twrnty-orlluuard Ui tulti that IiTiUahtui1 "Oh I Claudia," exclaimed Mabel yze tho workings of her heart. Sho 111 msre As to Ills breeding qusllllcs, I refer r&sis of Nervous iTUbinui-ii- . The city has contracted for 225 rtvTiisinilui of the blood, the "a..'.'".7. t ti.i.MuiiiM.iM3, JfytiirtitU. inJ aiiilui. Iiaj, In my l.in.l.i. h.a.m somo wouiUrful cures! tide peerless remi-done evening about three weeks after hadbeeu fascinated by the attention of Brush electric lights every night for loiw.iiiggenueiueni j j irrye, J K Ha ugh. DRUGS illvtri.he.1 condition Wrilrtj n.ittiatla 1 biClol oi.iiruuriuotDilut'ut ljiynclani, ns, u )IiisiiIab 10 una ares! sud lucomuar Tucker, CalluCerinlr, J I' ltrde, irnuu AND'GROOERIES. i It Inm lis rftttPtl III! the foregoing conversation, bounding uayuioau tieveign, her cousin, yeara five year, at soventy cents per night '"'Hj'. lUU"," '"" " M' l.iiif i: ."""-.".- ". lit int """ - i.inllnii -- -- ItOllMU' HAMUIsB, la.. II V.ffffn ilU, .ln..;lit!u'1"lMUUJ UuVn.idcVst.ufordV pr I nt 1. Kti Nii In thorbom looking unusually pretty, ago, y n mu a yf am. lh. Onsndiflrr ArstLl, 1ES2, 1 propose Io sell only and unconsciously she had each lamp. Tho contract covers all for rsih or country produce bli My slock ol Drugs It ttlvt ralur la thit her eyes sparkling in all their learned to love him, yet scarcely could the long streets, though but a small BOB MijELROY, $utiurat he tilth ful ton to andlirucerlesls lull and (omi.lele, and msrksd light, "we aro. to havo such a sho define her feelings toward him; territory in bulk. This will make My one Jitk, will also stiud al the same place down to the lowest c.lli llgurcs, cuusniuenlly I tho dlyrtlt urt;tt9anit Ihs Ibem, such grandyjiglorloustime on Wednesday though she always jolt a joy- Uahiuioro the best lighted city Iu tho produce aa 1 it auulleal40 to ileiiemi ix.r.r.iits as must lists sllcanmoney forsuch as orlumber,articles o nrrvou Mftteittttnaklnff handle, limber, To Insure a msre Iu foal, ou same condlllont JtehUttlf, Of ''-I Urrssnd next. All the girls and boys hi tho ous thrill at his approach, and Union, and almost convert night into shore. For site, ao,ln aud style this Jack Ii un Ac Ac. (lire Iheuroductsoflhsfsrm aud dairy, me a call. (.re, iTwintunnT t tun. uriSAiied neighborhood are going on an excur- - his aflectiouato I.'. N, IltMtl). tones en- - day. and Apin, mi k. . poh KI.1.. BY THE OR. HAR TER MEDICINE MANUFACTURED Shelby City, Ky. CO.. 213 N. MAIN Si" ST. LOUIS. sion to an Isle, or enpe, or promonto- 'Viviuiyvvutiwui :u rnrrn i WTHEWORlD. Mlla-'acti- n-7- g o LARCESTB BIT -- o o 1 s sky-blu- o lieu-tlrick- .....' j- 11 HA conso-quenc- after-growt- h 11 iMe-W- V . 1 . ' DC .;' M 1(1 i -- sep-artin- g ll IRON T' o able-b- !; ' BITTERS s, Harro-lilMr- - - n o N' GEO. I. WJEAilEX, Abdnllah Messenger! -.- .. high-spirite- d TUTTS wo-ma- PILLS A - TORPID LIVER. im. sole-leath- er HflSHPHj Nor-hb- S- -j ear-ol- d ..I, i e . wln-k- -- TUTT'S HAIR DYE. t 7t$LM' - 8 LBJ. I rr J m? FREE! B, i, m MrsM-nitr- I. PREE PARLOR t;- 3 mm i rtwwa-- . 1 a . if I m over-cara- (as . - bhuk-irggc- -i-, sbore-Dan- tlme-fold- at A ,A.( atti;xiiu,uw hi - I , rVo-lojl- ile 1 a. -- . d o . ! 111 , W 1? s at i:iuiit w'JrMr'ii