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Ibo )ft fl I tlo darkey, who hold our horso, wo wcro ready Ioro to Wqpdbtjrtw farm, wbcro rjther wonder of the Uirf.atfaU-e- d Uelon played tho host inspection. assiduously. insisting nn opening nil tho gates, of which thcro wero halt a docn first and last, making a dozen nlinhtlngs going and returning. I fcobly prnlc'tcd at first, but amiably y folded when I saw bo wasdclcrmiuod ' ' to do the pollto thing. Tho two estates join. Wo first drovo to Mr. Alexander's roidenco to pay our respects to him. Mr. liar Jmtefwf Imtftial 23, 1882 N UMBER 510. A STANFORD, KY.. TUESDAY, MAY Nettr Sutnected letltr It on the 1, 11 lleti t dn not recognlM fhehand", An! 71 my heart I, thrombin, and There'ejoy-llgh- NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 45. ii 3nlcriorournnl Editor and Proprietor. tv. p. T R. Walton, WILTON, t la my yearning eyet Butmeu Manager. i 5v SUUSCRIITI&N, $2.50 I'l'.K ANNUM. .( iTf,i U It froeilndlitr.oVl nrfromtaTilUI tVuitlpg mild I f M Wh hear t won ! I tlraied Out lo the latauntalni', IftgnM kwar f ft '1 i 'PRAISE THE LORD." VKMUIM.K, May 17lli, 1882. 11 iA. The meeting licro I very like lvfc, fluttering heartl Oh, aoul, aft atlll I Why shoald my trembling frstus recollf the ono in (lcorfjclown. About tlio My letter cornes from Ilrldget Doyle) 8.11110 in numbers for the time already It It- -It Is my Isnndryllll pent, and with n prospect of closing San Francisco Rollettn. Tlio beautiful per w&s at Louisville attending the blcMing. in abundant ()url-rooiU not to largo as that of races, and wo did not see him liut The Old Home. Georgetown and it always at hight Mr. Alexander received us most A largo proportion of our girls wild crowded or jammed. Day congrega- courteously. Hois a member of Co- read this will some day love and martions oxccllent, wltli an unusual at lon's church, and I shall long ri num- ry. It is well; it is right; but do not tendance, of men. Tlio total to data ber tlio kind, gentlemanly reception be in a hurry to bo grown up and go Wo ho gavo u, and tho pririlego of look-ins- - away from homo. Life will never is 257 for soul and 41 for body. shall remain over tlio noxt Sabbath, at tho henutiful picture that give you any thing sweeter, better, "if tlio LOUD will," and perhaps co adorn tho hall, library, dining room happier, than you havo now. No We and imrlor of his hanilsomo residence on to Lawrcnccbtinr Monday. love puror than your mother's; no are all in delightful health. Tlio It was n treat to seo tho water colors, cire mora kindly than your father's; Woodford House emiine is doinjj its by famous artisU, ns especially the no companionship liko that of jour work, and ,wo are all taking on flesh, ml pointings by Troyo of many fam- - brother Jnd sisters. Even to tho t'i which I; for one, dd not object. I otis homes, anion;; whicli wcro Lox man who loves you, you, will not bo should liko to weigh alnut 170, if tho ington, filcncoc, Boston, Asteroid, the little Lily who was a Imby once; LOUD wjlltfio that all miclit kliow xc , Xi 'rmo heanltfui sKotctici in who learned to wulk and prattle, and that I am not fervmg "it hard Master, oil of Short horns also adorned .the was prettier than any other baby ever nor -- an auntcro mnn, uuivrir. wim, wn . On tho cravcl roaa in front ot was: nor tho little bin who was so with "perfect psaco of soul gives a t,e homo, Mr. A.'g littfo boy was wonderful a genius whon she played i dear nea ami n nouy in iuii, vigorous doslifng up and down mounted brt his ' her Tint tune on the piano or worked bcilth. Tho dovil would like to mako Shetland nonr that was wonderfully her first book mark. lie who falls in me cadaverous, for bo is always as galled for such n littlo motiio as it was. lovo witji you may have known twensorting that tho LOUD overworks hii Tlio littlo chap took great jiloasuro in ty 011101 pretty girls, nnd have been f jllowcrs, and that "Jordan ii a hard showing us tho paces of his diminutive s, at some time, in lovo wttn road tn travel." But ho is a liar, a.j,tCcd. A half hour's pleasant chat alf of them. In some tilings you overynxty Knows, or oujjnr, to Know. an,i wo took our leave, driving over to will fall short ,of some one ho has the U yen Hotel. I suppose, by tlio LORD'S sweet tho stables. First to tho trotting de- known. Your eyes will not be so Death. Pure Nitrous Oxide Oas administered when regraco to deinonstratd, that .IKS US is partment, where wo saw Harold, the fino as those pt Miss Lavinn, and you quired. Addison on this subject said: K'-U-btoiftllrHtho kindest Master n servant ever had; siro of Mnud S., and several others of will never make cake as his mother "When I look back upon the tombs MOHOAN, D. D S. It grU that "III8 yoko ia cay and HIS bur inferior fame all with Hero at the old home you ot tlio great, every motion of envy two fmD Will be In StanfordDental weeka IIiiYOjttNt den light." And that preaching twico trotter build that goes to mako speed havo been perfection; cveu if pru dies in me; when I read tho epitaphs iofc.ch month, from nrat Monday rooms rcccitc'tl iintl Hill keep ooiiHtaiitlj on linnd a fresh A firiiht's. every week day and thrico on Sunday, upon the track, but does not attract tdenco kept your parents from saying of the beautiful, every inordinate eacu iuoiuu line or (lie cliolecHt 305 days in tho tho eye, or my cyo at leatt. i JheN so, they can not believe any one quite and keening it up sire coes out; when I meet with the! from third Muuday Dental room, In Maaon House ycar and every year till JESUS short horn barn is nlnut 150 yards ' go nico aa "our Lily." Then linger a grief of parents upon the tombstone, Hee tlgn Pure nllroua oxid gate aanumiunu tt "calls from labor to refrethment," in away from the trotting stable, and is a little here, where some onoelso shotil mv lipnrt tnitlfji with rnmnnuinn? whenneceetiry. stead of wearing ono out, only pro very suminutiai siono structuro. ine dcra tho burdens and shields you from I'UUIICII DlltKCTOltl. jwhen i ec0 t,e tomb df tie parents servos in full vigor of body and soul. racing stables aro about half a mile life's worry; where tho lovo is a lovo themselves, 1 consider tho vanity of x) And if I don't tlo this, I want all to away and near old Woodford Presby- that docs not chango because of a now gri0vinc from those whom wo must lTTUODI8T,BOUTU Hev.J. 8. 8l,night. SerTlcraerery Sunday mornlngand understand that it is becauso tho dovil terian Church, onca nearly lefunct, face, where the innocent days of child- - .n:Gitr kinrr FrayerMeetlngsThunday nights, gunday School f0uv When I binia, M. J, trip tno at some point or other. n ho but lately 'revived. On oifr Vvt' hood havo lioon passed and your first iv:nf, bv those who denosed them. at 00 A.Missionary8. Society buper!otndent. theThe lit meets here on Woman's All of which Ihcy will will try his liest to do. liy tho tbithor re mot Mr. lirodlieadlatiil his land best home Sunday In each month, at 3 o'clock. Mra. T. T. when I consider rival wits nlaced side Dt,leM. 1'rwldtnt. LOUD'S graco I shall beat him. For wife riding over tho estate, hom busi nraTlicioM sum of 817.312.875 V & raen lhat di7iJed BAFTIST Rev. J. M. Baticic, Ttor. Sertlcee I do know, better and tatter every ncM andsho for company. .Mr. I. ts ; Tho Sundays, mornlngand calletl for by tho Kivcr and TTn,tr tho worw with their contests ana tfis night. Prayer ard Fourth MeeUng erery Wedoeaday afterday, that tno dovil is tho author of managorof Woodfortf farm, a.t,PIrs. th noon, Sunday School at 30 a. h. B. E. Barrow TheJ' are iiIho agent for I ho nhIc or SIhIIIiikIj'h tuperler II llin aifkiiM iiirrnv., pair. ...! inn. n. is !.. daughter of Dr. Uiblf. of little "ZSloV,, Superintendent. . U'oolen UooiIh hikI Yarns. ntl an old ac 't has been four months in concocting, crv of earth. As for tho rest. thero u.M.mnnd. formi-rlv- . congregation or- Worship by Compared with this tho monstrous factions, and debates of mankind. CHRISTIAN. nay. 1'reachlngtbe l'r J W. Cox by tsouegood tbatisGod,"and''allIIIS nuaintance, whom I was glad to meet J When I riad tho several dates of tho on try Lord t Third Lord'a dan Sunday School and waya are waya of pleasantness, anil a,n Indeed alio is ono of the "seals" .expenditures of previous years are tombi. of somt that died yestorday, at 9First Jot. Sererance, Muperintendent. IS. ' clipscjl. Not long ago four millions ! all HIS paths arc paths of peace '' So , mv 0,l Ircabyterian ministry. bOUTH Rer. I S, and some six hundred years ago, I Iliblo School at 9 30 John W. tho... . ileclaresrand I will "Mt my Drivinir on we visited tho raccra. was thought a shametut extravagance consider that great day when wo shall PRESBYTERIAN. Union Prayer Meeting on rt seal tnai uoti ) true. Kinr Alphonio, a toautiful bay with l'or js purpose, n cigni minions till of us be contemporaries, and make Bout, Superintendent. Wednesday nlghta. Kleven M)' dear old friend (ielon Itout blacks iwinU.siroof the now famous u;cd a general outcry. our appearance together." drovo mo out yesterday to tho stables Foxhall, came first. Then Lisbon, millions last ycarBecmetl to bann ex- horses, own- ..nir brntliPr t.. htm nnd nn to as cepuonai nuunciiy inl raigni never of lh"world renowned" A Syracuse justice of the peace Stanford Female College. Yet hero wo havo be postponed a trial on account of tho ed by Mctsr. IIartx;r .. Alexander. handioma. Then old tJlen Athol, as bo reneatotl. STANVOKM, KY. Tho. day 'was lovely overhead, air blind as a bat, but fam his for hU sons tween Boventeennnd eighteen millions death of the prisoner's mother, the bracing, and Gelon's Inrson good ono and daughters. Ulit Asteroul was coolly reported, with the chance that prisoner asking the favor in piteous I haro bought out my brother, It. II. Wcnren, A seven tnilca drive between fields of grazing in a lot near by, laid by, and between eighteen and nineteen will be aud tearful toned. When tho trial With a Full Corps of Teachers, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking is tho reasou of this was resumed two days after it was wneai, oariey uuu nenip, niiuruiiiuu doztng away a rcpectnuio old age. voted. What Twelltb betslon on business oned the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel s pastures, as those i'no imnienso deer antlers, painted lavish distribution of tho people's found that the prisoner had gone to This Institutionsianiiay in Its ith scpieimter jati. liiezii money? It cannot bo simply, tho Mis Canada, and that bis mother had been appear in Centra Kentucky, in tho Ttt tl,t once marked Lexington o building. will keep a full stock ol Furniture ol evmiililio ni itay, wun nu out irieuunt kimrin his own, dominion?, still aro sissippi floods, becauso it would be dead nine years. The justice says AI.I.THK HKANCHKSOK A ery description and sell ilgures that cannot bo beatyour side, is something to bo long ro fixed hIovo the tloor of tho stablo easy to poitpnno for a year or two the next man that tries to play a en. My stock ol' Collins and Caskets will be compremembcrod. Preachers will talk, when whero Lisbon has hia box stall. "Sic other works of internal improvement, corpse on him has got to produce the THOROUGHENCLISHCOURSE hensive. Shrouds aud Kobcs always on hand. I also in order lo effect repairs on that river. body or a certificate trom the doctor thoy get together, nud soon Gelon nnd fruiMit." A few "young things" await well as Are taught, and do carpenter's job work. i wero ueep in a theological palaver WR shipmeut, haviug lioen disposeil of r''0 true reason is tho allegation, made wj10 attended the t:deceased. lhat MUHIO, THE IiANQUAQEH. DltAW-IN- repair on tno origun of evil. Gelou being an al tieir last Saturday s sale, strolled iu lho reirt ol ,Ul IIoU9e tommUteo W0jU t(xm t0 M fa;r, (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. AND PAINTINQ. nut inwvtr.: :and . having n "silvery a,out tho almost i h .. . gra . loU, on Commerce, that "at no time in its, n .. , . ... .. i . . . . . t fn Our cood friend, John Murray, of nas mo uniteti oiatea treasury tongue" withal, had tho brat ot tho ar diflering nothing from ordinary year-mimpnt. nnd I felt for n while verv i!.... .u. i, ii.A .!.. ,.lu...r ni been in so cood condition as now to lho Nelson Record, tho old reliable in , will bo tried at the next I nfipii used in f.'elin henrint? iu tho cleanness of limits and tquare warrant Iarco expenditures in this iniir-. ...-rlcrs rsuge from f to ISO In In Tuition, . i .. I'riuiary, regular Depart-tn- U. In other wordd, the pco-pl- o meeting of tho Kentucky press gang 130; l'reparatojy, 40, and Collegiate, Interned! two brilliant apeecbes from opposing cut hair of the tail we aro so familiar direction." ISO. f havjng been necdleaUy taxed, the fur giving utterance to remarks covcoumtol in it law caso. Counsel for with in pictures of racer. cast-iroimposwith of For full particulars, ss to Board, Ac., address mo perfectly that plaiutifll convinced "Do you say "enough I" Bo say I. surplus allows this prodigious expend- ered over Ho sathe ho has seen a washva sibility. MRU. N. V. TRIJEUKAKT. IVIUclpM, plaiutiil was iu tho right. Thcucjun My next letter will bo full of whisky, iture OFm ing machine which cleaned a printing Stanford. Lincoln Co.,y. mo par sel for defendant convinced for we expect to go to Anderson coun"A nice looking young man, who oflice towel. We suggest to his friends fectly that defendant was in the right ty, and that is floating in that liquor seated himself in a well filled North dodge. Glasgow Times. In tho controversy tit nutMliou, wo church and State. MaybB, whon I Sido car, held in betwoen his towelled tho insanity entled as controversies always tlo, iu get on that theme, your readers may fingers tho n "I don't caro so much about the loss stump of .. cigar, giving . !,.. u fitch party being doubly confirmed in ... ' j 'o " wiiu iwi n lattln A a l.ne9A IaI - litre out its dying fumes. Oioy are not a of my thumb as a thumb," said the Main NI., Stanford, liy. tho unawailablo correstncM of his posi- way of variety, for I havo sot out to .,Ieasant oven to 0u gmokers, grocer, whose hose had amputated the tion, liy the timo we had jaiced each tell what I sec. I did not make this Rm, ,n thls case wa3 ,pec;aU yiclous. member, "but as a source ot proht l other for an hour In a friendly way, devils world, audit s a long way oil Oll0 bri ght itta a dozen yeara shall miss it. I've measured that JOHN DINWIDDIE.PRO'R. There from whatlcouhlwish'ittobe But olll Bauc3ly remarkod, so as to bo thumb in tho shape of beans, meal, w reached tho Harper placo. wo saw the wonderful horsod, Longfelsuch us it is, I take tt aud try to mako hearJ. ,Jf h() wni throw it away j and molasses, nigh on to 1,000 times. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 3BLy-- , The former, lb iMJlwr. low and Tcu Uraock. ..1 r,irt!r liim im ii InnrrAr tttnnir. fl.4 Well, my wife can't afford a new par A lAwnriilAV IrAlvA- -t La-unyMy would stop to look at, audT ll AIIU IftfcU WI(I (kllMHUUWt Is n soon as wo get to the park.' It was lor cornet this Spring." "New HaBOARD, 92.00 PER DAY. wonder at bis superb sno, bowed neck, planted many clumps of ever- not loug before that young man went ven Register. . m and everything about htm impressive greens nt suitable places which havo to tho front platform to seo it man." One ought not to make an assertion Special Accommodation to Commercial A broad white atripo runs tho entire now grown to large size and look very Cleveland Herald. Travelers. unless ho is sure of his facts, and yot length of his face, which, with tho po pretty. Along tho'piko a screen ot culiar arch of his neck, and tno nmaz evergreens hiuo tno trotting track It is hardly fair to expect us to bo an inference is sometiraet reasonably ing hight of his withers, gives him n These havo in the lapta of yeari grown better than Moses was He was gen safe. "What! is old Blank dead" Baggage Transferred Free of Charge jrcrfectly untrue appearance. Ho is 'to be 30 or 40 feet in height, and crally regared as a good man, and yet was (lie surprised query of a man who reoently taken charge of this house unliko any horse I ever saw, Color, mako t handsome appearance. He he broke every command ho bad ro saw a funeral procession go by. "I I hareand intend to hare reply, tt rich bayish brown, with threo white choso a lovely emiueiico to build a coived of the Lord beforo ho cot half don't know," was the cautious accommodations. hcn ho "but I judge so, for, as you see, they ftot, I think. Tho only sign of tho stately mansion upon, buf died before jtway down tho mountain, fearful accident that took him off the accomplishing it. "Sic iransn." ilcot anew set the children of Israel aro burying lum. HEW SPRINQ AHHUMR UILLIHER7. track nt tho zenith of his famo, is it camu away with full cuioyment of it took their turu at breaking them, ami When you see a fruit peeling on the Madwry slight enlargement of the left all. irsiw, went witli mo thero and we, who delight to walk in tho foot- sidewalk, push oil into tho gutter; it Mlu IUllk lli'uiikidealrta to Inform the Ladlea -. it receiving ortklt vicinity that the Ii conttantly Spring nuklo, not percoptiblo without closo camo nway-w- i'lt mo. Had HE not steps of our fathers, havo been break- will aud not take long, and there is no very handsome line of apleudld newto the public observation. Ten llrocck disappoints been wilh.moPrshould not have gone. ing them over since. Millinery, telling but that tho first persou to be Bummerlow figurrs. whicli eheodrrt Amoug her beautiful atock ol at very at first sight, fur ono can not help The air braced my ucrvos, Golon a all the If General Winfiehl Scott Han- disabled by it if it remaius there, may Trlmmlngt are ttowtrs lateal dcalgnt. Including theg Mhe Jiai also a rsge, esthetic haviuir an oxaccratcd cdtimato of tho spicy talk quickened my brain, God'a bo a poor man who owes you money. Department, where the greatest attention appearance of tho fleetest creature of beautiful creaturet and the lovoiy cock was not worthy to bo voted lor It glren to the cutting, nttlog and making of all llepubli-cnti(rusted iu oflico by tho 47- Ono by ono tho ancient heroes aro klndtofdreea uis Mini in tno worm, ivuu wicii nv laudscapo' delighted my eyoj. Tho or becauso ho was a Union soldier know that ho bus mndo tho fastest birds made music in soprano Willi tho smashed. It turns out that Ajax had ia mile, 2 inllej, 3 miles and I miles on loving herds lor bass, and all giving and n Democrat, how much better a bad case of rheumatism when be de Col. Jacobs, who Bays ho is a Demo record, and yet liai como out of the pleasuro to tho air. Jiarloy and hemp Louisville Coufied the lightning. ordeal perfect and tinhnruiod, wo. nat- and wheat nud blue grabs gave 1 dif- crat and quit tho United States army rier Journal. . becauso Mr. Lincoln freod the negro f e urally look for something wo do not ferent tinU of green, and tlio glorious I'ikovillo En"Eat onions, SU." is tho Boston tea at first, liut ho grows upon you muplo und walnuts addod their quota He consistent boys. Pott'i ndvico to a maiden who wauted as you look, nud as soon as tho mo of beauty to tho ucetio. This without, terprise. how to avoid having a masher iiicutnry disappointment vantshos, you and tho LORD'S dear lovo within, be substi- to know If n million sheep could Vanderbilt Obon her upper lip. can only adiuiro the almost perfect you know I enjoyed it all. O tuted for a million dogs in Tennessee 13-server. cleanness, and syuimet compactness, Did I long for any of it? Nay! the Stato would bo richer by a hunry of this peerless bay king of tho baud on heart, I eay it. I would dred millions of dollars in ten yeara, -CD oa A-Advice to wivoj Man is very much turf. Ho has those clear, yellowish rather ba tho "gospel tramp" that I aud uuy necessity for wraugling over like an egg keop him in hot water w brown evea that uovor go blind with- am than own Woodburn farm aud tho payment of the State debt would aud ho is bound to become hardeued. out accident, and rather startle when Mr. Harper's estate and Longfellow 00 U701UCU. I iiiuiupilin ivhiuuuiic. P m ho turns them full upin you as if ho and ien Jirujck and lluroin ami When n man takes up politic-- for O to speak. Uotu thososuperu to compliment a mean a profession bis nature changes as easwcro about Cfi I "A now way 3. become a frog. und Longfellow I havo all I want. What can a man man is to say: 'He is pretty mean iu ily as u tadpolo creatures are gentlo, SO is exceptionably amiable. The color ask for moro? boiuo rcpocts, but then, after all, he I preached better u man diligent iu his "Secst cd groom, who has perhaps been askand night fir that cheerful is meaner in other respects.' That business," thou (ft mind your own and don't J3 , O ride. Thank you, Oolon, old fellow. sort of lets tho mean man down easy, ed the question as to their perform in bother him. e--rauces, u thousand times goes oil liko We shall seo oyo to eyo in tho golden and makes him think he is not so con The first printed uewspaper was isan alarm clock the instant it is pro city, aud perhaps woudor that wo founded, allfired men as ho is." ' CD C tied in England iu 1G22. pouudod, aud never stops till ho runs didn't seo tilings aliko down hora at ... eni iimai m e i a, " niiiiH A SUKB i'HEVENTIVE Of FKVKU AND down. It am used mo not a littlo to any rate. I lovo you dearly, and alO Invalid" euUVrinir front aluifuisliuest of X fc Aoue. As an antidote igtinst malarial W hear him. I thought if I only got oil ways did and always will, if you aro poison, fcter and, tgii, and other Inter- tli ltvr. fceblia notion of the heart, a feel la my groat memgo to soul, dying lor tn, a bit of a ljrosbyteriau Blrait jack- mittent ferers. nothing count Brown's lnj ot sullocttion and ilcMlitr arising CD , ,, tliQkiiowlttlgqfjt, with as much no et. Kver In Jesus'., ,", Iron HltteM. A frue tonfe I A perfect from various causes, find tare relief in V)1 Ui en j1 Hitters. Itrown Iron M Gko. 0. IUunim. safeguard I curacy andproniptncss as ho delivered It.tr Inlnton I break lho Mai,! press lip, u pun. (ha envelope, And ohl a ImunJIest wealth other I, lavished In tint ion carrot, Meiore Bad ftatunt of Jury Trials. rRorrminaii.. The civil jury or today is a crude, JAfcfl. ClIVKUt anomalous relic of the past, which has T. w rlNDLR. BI'INDIiE A UIVBN8, come down through foilr centuries T..A.AV. without material change, nnd which ATTOHNKVH APA (Join Sth t Place, ThoLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY- could never have found a place in n Hoomi 5 A , Krana nlock. cor. KT I)IJ!8VILI.K, AM NIT.VKKU'AKi: l'ractlc In all tho Ouurta, Oollfctloot promptmodern jurisprudence had it not been foisted upon us by time and circum- ly mad. WALUtCn K.TAKH0K. Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches. Clocks ami stance Men drawn at random front T, W. VABNOK. W E. VAHNON, Jewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted, T. W. tho masses without any reference to Ar"rOUN33VrH A.T X.A.'W. their intelligence, experienceor calling, STANFORD, KY. aro mado to decide intricate questions Offlct In Owalar A Hon'a nw litilldlng-- up atalra. of property, finance, trade, shipping, K.O. KAUFFMAN. mechanics, etc., concerning whicli A.T LAW, A.T'r01lN12 l.ANCAHTKR, KY. they are wholly ignorant. As their and County Attorney. Will duties are temporary they gain no Matter Commlalonr prutloln all tbt Count of (larrard and adjoining experience. Aa they serve unwilling- counties and In thaCourlorAppeala. ly and witli impatience to return to STAIN THOMAS r.HILL.JH., their business or homes, they aro apt ATTOllNXiy A.T rA.W, Taltet thlt oppnt inlty of linkln hit pitront In Itanfird and Tlilnlly for their liberal support, and, to Ik careless and indifferent. In the HTAMrORtl, KY. bopealoreUIn It ainehttil iltd a ntitIa'attock thlt early In theieaton, before being Court! ol thlt and tdlolnlnf Will prattle tn numberof its raorabera the jury ii ab- countlM and In the. Court of Appeala. Offlc In and It tho surd. Controversies involving great Owtlej A Bon't new bulldlnf up ttalra. interests aro decided by a single fudge. They will be cut anil mi tj In style. Ills motto It: From the Lett of Foreign Makera ALEX. ANDEnSON. Tho disputes of nations aro settled by "To -- icel." Cutting and Repairing neetly and promptly done ATTOIINKY A.O XiA."W, Business two or threo arbitrators. DANVILI.K, KY men submit their di (Terences to ono of Will practUoln the Courtt their own number. But in a jury countlMand In th Court ofof riojleanil ailjolnlnt; Appealt. ! trial, however insignificant the amount MABTEHBON I'EYTON, ot the question involved, twelve men XjA-W- , ATTOIINUV A I countt, aro deemed essential to settle tho matand iximaaa roKrinitr LinUKTY, KY. ter satisfactorily. Nor is this tho Will practice In all the Courta of Cuer and and In the Court or Appealt. most ridiculous feature of tho Bystem. Npeelal Office orer collcctlona. attention glren In tribunals of arbitration, courts, it. T. Plerce'a atore. lo , !!! legislative and other bodies the greatJ. O. OAHPENTEH. decided by a majorest questions aro ! KENTUCKY ity. But in case of a jury the ancient 8TANFORD, requirement of unanimity which Hal-laOffice o?er Itoht. 8. Lytle't atore. Office boura ! properly denounces as a "prepos- from ; to 9 1. i It to I r. u 1 to f. u. terous relic of barbarism," defeats T -IjEB P. HOFFMAN. every verdict to which each of tho DENTIHT twelvo jurors are not willing to agree. HDItGUON 8TANF0HD, KY. Now York Herald. Office South tide Main Street, two doors abore PENNY & MeALTSTEK, iici03E:aiNr,3?' TAILOR, roito, KY., culled-oter- H. G. RUPLEY, flrtt-cla- Comprise- - Every thing that is Nam, ining-counties, a. WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! '' WALL PAPER Cheaper Than Ever Before McRoberts & Stagg's. BKAUTIFUI, STOCK m ir:N'iT. do-ju"- ". Groceries,Confectioneries, FAmiXtir SUPPLIES, ft-sr- i I APr'fWlNow.nto "l.T l. SSSi"? J,, a Soil at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin." ..II FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING BY Slain Street, at , B. K. WEARBN, I Stanford, Ky. blue-gras- at , . 1 "iry .... - O Furniture TERMS MODERATE. truth-telling- -- -- t; n 100,000 MAImXS POUNDS ! -- ;. ST.ASAPHHOTEL WOOL WANTED! Stanford, -- ,;, WUMMELLEY j a Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison Counties, for which they will pay the - -- i nrst-jola- ss 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. a). Mautua-Matin- ", o 0 w o o ID o Q o o H g g f H i o 0 O s & sT1 a o OP W S. c p H a-a- ll ll it 0 a p tri o Q I k n feared he had been killed, at titer often NtTES Or CMtENT EVENTS. stock over the had trouble bringing-theiII! Ky., mtWday, de bonier. Al. left Wre at Klkta at once for Texas lo inTHK IIKU'l.Tnr TKSTEKBAT'N -- Sraaroan KICK. 20,OM. iroyeii property lo lhnJluot vestigate Ihe matter Md by a telegram from 8ri Antonlo'repert Hull all right. Four uneucceatfal aMemptsjwere made (Jpeetsl dlipatehes to lb eEOROE D. BATTERTOrf, JocimulC LANCASTXR, KENTUCKY. Sunday night to burn Ihe office of the WASIIINOTOW, D. C.Mar 22, 7 r. M, WholesaUamlrttsll dealer In i.AKK ICK. Or. May 23, 1882 Morning, PULASKI COUNTK To-- day Justice Jarnea thta morning announced the World In taularllie. dtrs promplli llled Shipments lijr eiprisa or JOHN T. IlKKllNM, I'KOI'ltlKTOrt. Eubankt Station. Immigrant arrived during April, s.ljolnlng decision nf the Court In banc, upon excepfrrliht. Ofllcsnd 4Vlm 4lh street, I'sntlll. Kr Mr Taliths Morgan haa a nice sound EDITOR tion In Ihe Gnlteau cae, denying a new 103,833. During ten months ending the W. P. WALTON. A riRST CLASS HOTEL pumpkin which she haa saved from laat trial and affirming the judgment In the 30th of April, 51 1.60D. year crop, n thing not usual in thla coun- I In mr ptrttcnlsr, Thspatnns(l th pol.lle The committee at work lit Mule ; lower Con r I. Justice Haner, In a separate j sollelled. snd tstlsratllnn usrintrrd Theiie I)i been another bloodless opinion, discussed the tearing of the old Hoc It, on the book of W. H flooch bought of Fount Oooch, (now war nt, Washington. This timo Uen. Maryland law, and held that eren under (lorernor) Churchill, report a deficit for a yoke of oxen for $75, J. N Hevnolda bought oiruunt (iooah, a cow and calf for Cerro Gordo Williams and Capt. Joo the Maryland act of 1785, Ihe indictment fourteen months of $114,828 57. $30. 11. F. Oooch bought of "Kit" Oaks, a The Court of Appeals haa decided thai cow and calf for $30. Blackburn aro tho leading characters would hare been good In the Diilrtct, and EDWARD IT. FbX, Fropr., and the easm belli was over tho publlo Justice Carter staled that the opinions a third conrlctlon to the penitentiary does your Mi Ida Ashcraft not Anoehcrafi a Ihe train to type had it More-to- ok North-Ksnot cirry with it a life aentenre, as the law Onrtifr nf llsln sn,l Thlr.l Nirrrla, building to bo erected at Frankfurt. tftren wire the opinions of the Court. Cincinnati last week. She will remain to that effect U unconstitutional. - - KENTUCKY DANVILLE. there and in Newport, Ky,, until the hot Joseph had tried to It appears that The) Mississippi levee broke Saturday, 1 Lovisvillk, May 22, 7:10 r. m. The Summer day are upon ti when she will leavo tho Impression on his constltu-cnt- s first race this afternoon, of a mile he0, at I. II. Caah'a place, just below Having rrrrntlr rtflllol mr rooms wll'ti all of (lit return to her father' near Wayneahurg. mnlern Impro'tmenii, I new fcsf the won In two straight heats by Jim Kar and several plantations were pirtisl-l- y Mrs. Nathan Jacob, who is about 70 yetra thereabouts that to him alono was -- To ItsoM frlemli anl lo the public on old, started with her daughter laat week lo submerged from back water. engineering tell. Robert Hrnce 2d, Jennie V. .Id Time, Finest tJnllcrj In Central Kentucky due the herculean task of visit friends In Jessamine cojntv. 1 20). The Clarke Blake, 1 Charles J, Morton, who attended Cenit's passage, and'thc local 1:18 and II. 8. Oooch rejolcf a over hi first girl When jou tlslt Psntllle.ilon't Call U iM sift m tho bill to DAY OP miles, waa taken by Runnjmede, Dabcock tre College at Danville, years ago, comrat. Illfiillx, baby. Jim Mercer raised "old Ham" in had assisted him most assidu 2d, Apolo papers in 2:15. The third race mitted suicide In fjiiisrille, by shooting Ooochtown last week, and after frightening KHWAKIl II Ml. II FOUTIIKouslyin keeping up that Impression. was a mile uasn ami was won oy rhotoctipb.r Kr. (Iml(tcal Hums; to- - hlmael. Financial reverses unsettled his the ladle of the community almost out of their wit, finallr settled down to fact and sad. gletn 1:51, Dolce of Kent 2.1 Kocheater mind. Cerra Gordo saw this and was revealed the "old, old story" that they (the ! The greenback and labor party of ladies) were needed at his houe. We reHo believed, yea, ho knew, that ho and BouleTard dead heat. The fourth and fully as much if not more to do last race was a i mile dash, and was won Pennsylvania hare nominated a full ticket ceived a communication from Ooochtown had UNDKtl AN- by Clipsella, Vera and landholder dead It ia claimed that the Independents' of the graphically describing Jim'a sctions on the with' uetting the bill through than occasion, but we shsll not further trespass 1:20). heat. Time, Slate will rally to this ticket and beat the upon your valued apace and close by say Sartessois to Psuhtrlf A Ilvlmes, Joe and in his wrath ho sat himself Eutirely New Management. J. Hawthorne Hill. talwart Cameron party, ing "ll waa a girl." to Judge dqwawndVrototo that effect NTAM'OHI). A negro woman at Amoaville, Rap I'reachlnx at Double Springe by Rev is given as a reason for John D. Hord, who was a candidate against pahannock county, V., tied her son, nine Wm. Taylor 2 Saturday and 2d and 4lh MisrncTUSsri er- Oen. Jas. F, Robinson, of Lexington, Whito's bitter opposition to the whis years old, hand and foot, lo her cabin floor, Sunday in each month Ilro. Taylor now Capt. B in his last race. Hord was give th I chinch half of hi time devoting Uanager. ky bond extension bill that it will re made a firn over him with splinter and it to ministerial labor. Rev. W.T. Tyree not particular who saw this coramu s and burned him to death. will preach to the llaptist church here the tho duce the number of nication and finally a friend of The office in charge of Mess. John Hon. Wm. Uerkete, Chairman, ap- precept year. The date for regular services of a confequenco tho patronago now ha not vet been agreed upon. Walnut windy statesman got a copy of it and Fleet and O. P. Mooro. by him. But it matters pointed the following gentlemen as a State Orove, Wayiiesburg, Kubanka, Floyd, Olive forwarded to.him atthoCapitoLThenli8Fnsed Executive Committee: John V. Finnell, and Cuba have flourislilnir and interesting urn wnai motives .juuucDce mm, no V. Yerkes, Danville, Sabba.li Schools it was Blackburn's time to ravo jand An association of these Covington, John is on the right side for once, and we : Wm. Caasim (loodloe, It. V. Stoll, T. C and oiler school will be held and a picnic he did, but he took care not to rave in mven at the Christian church in Uuua on pfesence. jle'adopt-ed'th- o wish there were tnoro Congressmen to Caldwell, Lexington. the ofd faeneral's Sunday, 28th Inst. A general Invitation ia 2.50 Mr. Garfield his sent a check for $500 extended lo Stbbath worker and olhera nfore'caullous plan 'of address- fight against tho 'bill, which if passed ll.OO I'or Week will prove one of the biggest swind- to the building fund of the Memorial wishing to attend. ing him an epistle, enquiring why he 15.00 After three week Month (2,N1hjm) intense ling jobs ever sanctioned by tho gov- Christian Church, and pledged an addi- W. Ri Oooch. Jr.. who ofwas shot suffering, tional $500 if needed. The church will here br had written such a letter, to which CIIII.DUKS AND NUUSEfl HAM- PHK'E. ernment. be built this Summer at a cost of $40,000, Tom Donley last July, died of hi wound the General responded that he did not and the congregation hope to hold ThanksFriday evening about tour o'clock For The fact that Willis and Beck giving services in it. mm some month Oooch had been able for any recognize nis rigm io caiecnise ordinary manual labor, and by many was EVERY COMFORT AND LOXURY, Six hundred employe have been on his private correspondence. Agaiu both sent telegrams to the Mayor of missed from the whuleaale departmentsdis- Considered out of danger of death from hia of WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Joe .sought the aMUrf ffcn, ink and Louisville announcing tho passage of A. T. Stewart & Co. and the wholesale wounds, but alas' the fatal bill had done lc IncluJ!. will bsmnlll lo (umIs smI insjaraaHurM Iballn rMulsllssr am- - w The its work of dtath by fracturing the skull, of soul, the bill for a $500,000 publio building busineiia will be finished by July 1 paper and in his bitterness manufaHMre; Uirt Isirs of a II Jrsrr plloos, class llol.l th Mioit.Di.nl Joetoet UUtid lo ii'p for six which rank lrraduillv unon the brain until will not wutkm.o and uiltij enpUfing; surKswedkrsur la Aiusilca. at Louisville, suggests that thero may retail store nrobablr. b shut wro'to thai since the General had luatsrlsl. in.l Mil at muonabte month vet. death waa the result. Oooch wa interred onlr -W. Q. WELCH. sly It, woramsniDinana maitrisimntiti- liur The Jessamine Confederate Memorial in linsley burying crounda near thin place nor denied the genuine- spriug up some trouble between "these . Hi) ir,n:iiiKHrY a iiviii:. Trullrt Association will hold their annual meeting Saturday evening. Mr. Wm. Itutcher, an ness oAho letter he assumed it to be two law makers. Come to think of it at the in Nicholasvllle," Ky., old and respected lady, died near Waynea genuino and.had only "to statey ou havo though, Beck has made his jack se- Friday next. A big dinner will be spread hurg Monday, loth inst. Hlie lewes a kind and strawberries and Ice served. A nummuch advanced in year and one deliberately lied." Did fighting .Toe cure fur the next six years and can ber of prominent epeaken will deliver ad-- d husband will sadly mis her presence and on, who y love in their lonely room epistle? Not afford to let Willis have all the glory. reuse. which none send this Th Cincinnati May Festival Associa- could render so pleasant a the loved and He again reasoned muci? ihe ,lldrt is said that R. T. Jacob, Jr., tion, with nearly twice a many soloist departed wife and mother. that discretion was tho better part of so n of John McIIenry's candidate for and a larger orchestia than in 18S0, and -- HT-A.S CASEf COUNTT. $40,000 for valor and called into his confidence, Clerk of tho Court of Appeals, has after an outlay of with a fund chorus ex penses, find itself of S21.500 Libert. the level headed and les3 excitable been appointed a deputy United States on hand with which lo beitin operation Thi pleasant weather haa put a pleasCarlisle, who advised him to put his Marshal by Mr. Auxier. This shows tor me nexi festival.Ky i Lawrenceburg, , tu have an in ant smile on the face of all our farmer. George A. 1'rewett haa moved in lo ideas in less offensivo language and that Col. Jacob is a business man. ternal revenue otBctr, to be known a the the Circuit Clerk' office proper, and I now the concluding clause of his letter was He demands his pound of flesh be- Stamp Deputy. The office ha been made much better prepared to receive and enon representations to Commissioner Haum, changed to say that Williams had forehand, becauso he knows he wont maue uy non. rnn. inompson, wlm ex tertain hia friend. Napier llro. have established a laannnnWlT liLnnnnnnnnKl ' plained the difficulty under the old ar been guilty of a misrepresentation. It havo the face to do so after the rangement of going half way acroM Ihe branch store at Rich Hill, in this county, and the junior member of the firm, C. U was now Cerro Gordo'stimeto call in a State to buy slumps at the nearest CollecI VUinlB'aw Napier, will look after the bnsines. office. confidential adviser and he selected A coui'LK of sisters, said to bo tor' Rosa Odbornc, a Only five of the 73 men who hrd been resectable the fiery warrior, Gen. Wado Hamp- young and handsome, have been lodg- woman of Marion county, a membercolored notified that their taxe had been raised to-da- y nHHWTTf of the . l9rfMBBnn(nVnnnnnBaVrl l fn. indicted a letter to ed in the penitentiary for one and two Catholic church, was found dead in a little came to town thi week to tett the matter, ton, and they on her iiead, and her which shot the great disposition of men to Blackburn, which was far from being years respectively for shoplifting. stream with a stone yearn, lyinln the cabin list their nroiierty far below its real value. Botdaughter, aged ten Mr. Mary Pierce, Misses Matlie and satifactory. Later on. however, Car- They aro from Kenton county, to near by with her thrnit rut. A cheat had I.tura Cofley. accompanied by C, P. ' lisle and Hampton met with other which they will return as soon as the been broken open and richly cents taken Brown, made a flying trip to HutonvilIe from a bocket-booThero appear Id be last 1 htirsdxy. Oen. Frank Wolford waa and an amicablo ad- Governor wears off the effects of bis little or no clew to the murderer. mutual friends the other The House Judiciary Committee ha hore on professional bueine of the matter was agreed visit to Washington and a week's justment day." decided to report adver-el- y on the Senate Wallace Jones, formerly of this counonip wlu'ch both principals assented spree at tho races. bill to divide Kentucky into two Judicial ty, of Jan. .district. There wm some talk nf making the and up to the 11th the Stale, 1882, one of ana itius the spilling of whole casks best democrat in i an indeHok. Clarence E. McElroy and provision for holding term of the Federal aro getting pendent candidate for County Attorney in offtore was averted. We Judge John E. Halsell, both of Bow- court in the eastern end of the atite, but, Adair. We ere really orry to hear of whether this is done or not, it i pretty migh'ty ,'tired pf (his masquerading of ling Green, are announced as candid- certain that the present Congre will spoil hi fall. The landidate public men and their attempts to force are still on the ates for Congress, each in answer to the plan for matin; another Judge, MarThev grow more reatle a the shal and Clerk upou ' the iuinds of the people, thai lime for their election draws near; a few calls signed by numerous parties. It At a meeting of the creditor of of they are to exceedingly courageous. is to make a trip sure to unfortunate that McElroy is thus Wheat & DuriT, it waa ascertained that the Saltthem arebutevery hare think that heun River, one is Such business has ceased to pass musliabilities of the firm are $113,229 and handicapped by opposition in his own good They agreed lo not the man sav that ter ns bravery and instead only re Humor there town, as he is a young man who de accept in full payment of their claiuia weddine in the vicinity nf are to be two Dunnville, in minds 'ono' of a couple of roosters Bo Taon the dollar, in four equal pay- about two week The contracting parties serves to win. three, six. nine ana twelve months. aro all if hirh axial standing, and their want to menla "making pretend" that they without interest, provided Wheat & will bo the figty. lBfuctif this thiDg keeps ou An exchange says the aunul,.cou. Uurff will give satisfactory Me. for the marriages ot me season.most important so security cial events sumption of beer is nine gallons to payment of the note. wefenr1bat'the Cincinnati mer-chandis- e. A mad dnif made his appearance ut were three legal neck stretch will be accepted as true, every man, woman and child in this ing Theie United States Fridy. At Mar- - the house nf F. Ii. Lanham, a few days in the .i . since, and auer biting a cow, hog and a that "Kentucky has a good many country, which reminds us that we do i v-- n c.A..i.A. n killing hi wife; at New York A D koo, run Mr. and Mra Lanhaiu in the who will fight, but she never not get our share by fully eight gal for men Lrighton wa worked off for murdering Id' house and went under the tloor l.anham STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. Gentle- lons, and in future wo are determined concubine, and at Pulaski, Term. W. W loaded hi mm, came out and killed him elects them to Congress. by shnoling him three time. DEALF.ll 1.1 to do our part of the business even if Rhea wa strangled for killing one of hi men, in tha.name;of a long suffering edneday eve Newt reached here we have to serve on both the day and own sex. The firt two went oft" in nuite ning that Robert. J. Ilreckinridge, Jr., son Seeds, and anxiQus public wo beseech you an artistic manner, but Rhea's rope, caught. of Col. R. J. Ilrrrkinridge, had hanged under hi chin in the drop, and the oliicer, himself at Springfield. Ky., last Tuesday that you will hereafter fight more and night shifts. had to move around with hand Hut later information shows thai talk less. Later intelligence from Washing- the miserable itman begging alltheir while night. another Rdwrt Ilreckinridge The the it was by strangulabULexteud-in- g ton is to the effect that Blackburn and for mercy. His death wa Colonel' friends here were much relieved Qs u 'IlW fSnnnnlIIl il ' ' 'Jl'J'J ',! Tjje fHousepassed the tion, and it waa many minutes before it lo know that it wa not hi son. the'National Bank Charters Fri- Cerro Gordo have not adjusted their day, by a vote of 125 to 67, and it troubles, but will do so in Frankfort. , OUT OF THE HOODS GARRARD COUNTT. will now go to the Senate, where its This means that there will be no duel Came the first Victory in the FielJ Trial of Paint Lick. Reapers. passage will meet with but little op- for Kentucky's laws are most stringent There Jim, been good rain here for a desiring to visit Lawke.ncb. Kansas, May JO. The few day. Crops are growing and looking position aud where it is said an effort against that manner of fighting. Walter A. Wood well. wil(be;made fo further amend the by winning the our store from Livingston, open the ball A clerical correspondent writes Mr. I. 0. Rucker received his ma clause compelling the banks to give us: "I have just received a circular chinery for his new milt Ut week, and he "first field trial" at Ihe trial on Russell' green rye. The farm to day on tie ready lo inalce meal and Hour ninety days'notice of an intention to entitled 'Beeciieh.' Analysis of his will soon Turner ha been hauling wal Wood cut it allotment in fine style, with Pine Hill, Brodhead, Gum II N. surrender circulation, and forbidding power. A great work. Important nut log here from below Klrksvllle to out clicking or missing a bunch, while the can Twine binder choked five Sulphur, Crab Orchard, (hip. He told fifteen very fine one to a McCormick thoJttrtireiu en t Comoro than fivo study for clergymen, &o," aud adds : Cincinnati party lait week. timei on first round and misaedtwenlyt-fivmohfti, by providing that Don't want R. It. Batson Is Improving the Slaugh bundle. There were four horse used to now come on tho any Beecher in mine." ter property which he bought and ia operate, the McCtrmick, while the Woods when a bank gives such notice, it I 3MC 1ST I inches wider n only used three, and cut two and spend live hours to DF1 is said to tho credit of Mr. Jas. making it look quite different. Mr. must ' comply with it. This will U one of our best merchant here, and ami four inchet lower The Deerlng, w.a-o3srs. Gordon Beunelt, proprietor of tho is an enterprising man. Champion and Buckeye were to thoroughly this ttb.em'ifrom combining to surren- New York J. D. 1 toys ton gave the voung folk of have entered the conlet, but when they Herald who sent out the der 'circulation and prevent a repetithis neighborhood a dance laat Friday saw the lall green rye they failed to put in and learn the genuI'wn Wood Hinder were the. attempt to coerco legisla- Jeauuette expedition, that he has night. Every body enjoyed himself huge- an appearand) tion Courier-Journa- l. widow of Lt. DeLong ly. Ml Maggie McCarley and Mis l't-li- e suld for cash on the ground. as they did on tho 3fV per cent, presented tho tion ineness of our low prioes. Arnold, from lower Oarrard, wa In atwith a check fur 850,000. tendance. Many thanks lo Jesse. funding bill. There are other importTrue to her Trust. We aro always open for tho The Clerk of the Kenton Circuit ant and ittjiclj tueeded amendments to Too much ran not U silJ of Ike ever faithful Lancaster. wife aid mother tonitantly watching and caring fur Court has releutcd and informed the Born, Mar 21al, to Ihe wife of Tho. tho bill, tho publio, herdrir ooes, usvtr ne(le.tlng a single duly In convenience O. Steven a girl. Mi.IUciiEi, Tosh'Kinb, the only editor of tho Cnviugtou Commonwealth Sunday waa Ihe annual show dylat their behalf. Whu the are assailed Ly disease, invite all to his paper cau have any informa- the Fork Uiurch, but itiwa a bad one for aud ke system ihoulJ htv a tlwvugh cleaiulug, and continue surviving aunt of General Grant, bo- - that the rbiuiack and bowels regulatoj, blood purified, tion that any other paper can get from new bonnet. heading jjiis father's sister, died at Cedar and malarial pulion exterminated, aba uuit know make our house Andy Rice ia the democratic his office. nttzMXXS t Ar n for Coroner. He will ail on the wit that Kltctrlc Hitters are the only sure remedy, itlUUtU, UV1 UIHIIUIJITO, w II. U., t?.:.and Tbey are iurett medicine In tke before liitn nesses in all case your busThe Bowliug Green Democrat is mis- by bringing out allcomlne ia in them. there world andtin hot II fly truts. Hold by Tenny quarters; day.wThe writSrtass frequently seen ouly cost there A McAllstcr. to support home tu the taken. We havo not refused In order l'i clone out their canned thisjlldy at friends; use iness; ohat goods, Oeo. I) llurdntt A Co. the Kntwwba Valley. Her sous, or at Heury for Appellate Clerk, but we do next thirty days Yarmouthoiler for lie Uorn, MT. il.llMIX lllH.liriM.JIK.NTS. our chairs, writing materlul, &a, and insist that it is better for the party dozen, $1 00; Standard Tomatoes, least on of them, was a gallant 10U; do, S1.20; IVacSe, Anricolt, we trust that you will feel lt la no Confederate army ami af- that he give way to a more acceptable 1'ine W..M.OUX2VN Apples, Ac, in proportion. Sugar, ter th Burrendwwas furnished a fine man. ColTeb), lea, and Queehaware, much low impositt on us.for wo confess the publio Is an ladepsadeut candidal for Aunur of horse'ny GeifflLprant and money Tin: Louisville Pod is out in u well er tnan elsewhete Hup Club will give a lioctuilecuuuly, Augual olecllou, IMi. The Laucaster has traded liberally with us, and we enough o reacTFw-ihome- , a greater written article declining to give aid or grand calico ball at the City Hall (he , JOH.V w. will be Isof part.ofjhe distance, tlieu, having to comfort to the candidacy of Capt. night to June lit Invitation and gentle- Is candidal for reflection to b oflll' of As- want to show some appreciation of sued all the dancing ladle Mohith, Hhj-KhUcItoaperK. bo made ou horseback or by stage. Henry, and the Democrat of the same men in thl and adjoining counties. Wolf sessor of ttorkfutl county, August election, ISM. NulUy 1Moih, tirHln Drllln, band ha been engaged Jor the occasion, city culls loudly fur a now deal. ' iillUHtrH, IlHrroHH, ( 'lliE jecislogTof the Jeflorson palna will be spared to make it a and no NlraH-C'iUUT1'rt'i.Mt'H, '1 hrvMh- Tin: Railroad Commission met in success. All the ladle are exected to thaybtjJWhippj lottery EmkIhch, liiK NuehlHCM HHh1 ! dress in calico. The fc'ejitleiuen will wear Frankfort, on the 18th, and issued a graitws not bulobitin of the in cravata the cobra of trie ladle whom And other Implements aud Machinery. We buy excluiirely from Manufacturers, .U'l. VlsllsVON, KY., of Ketuckv stands confirm- circular aniiouuciiii' that It was now they escort. lots, and consequently obtain the largest ditcount and direct, for cash, in Qoods at Reasonable Prices A. O I!urnalde(wii (notified several Agency of 8outh-Ben- d Chilled Plows, lowest rates of freight, Oar motto is i "First-clas- s ed bythe Cour ofjAppeals, Pryor ready to hear complaints and rectify abuses, ". day ago by the parlnervuf hi brotlier AVorjrt Cast and 8teel Plows, Buckeye the Best is always the Cheapest" Respectfully, andjfLevit asseuthijrml Hdrgis and Hull llurnalde, who ia a horse dealer in Reapers & Mowers, Bwoepst&kes ThreshTHeTtburirrtbur-fiuljij1 lines ditseuting. l ifl'lie (Uigwini who examine applicants WEAREN.'Stanfoid.Ky. Ihat th lattrrbad!efl Ft Wurih, ers, Mitchell Farm Wagons, New Homo GEO. D. of coimo the drawing will far. pension nil altnnier $27600or se teral weeks Lelore lor trip Into .Mf II 8ewlntr Machines, Tar or's EUst o Bed IV. L. 1VU'lIi:ilN, JHKi:.N al' U 11,1,1 A.MN, a come off now- in a burn. nothing from him and Bprings. thvfr service. Xansier Laucasttr Dtpot, Utustra Jluiluutlllvi co He bad heard i. &tmMuk 3nlf rior$ournl -- GUITEAU r TO HANG JUNE 30TH. r r ITto BRUCE, KJK! IJB!! IJB u IUOOINS JIOUNK! tt- WARREN & CO. e, lii-w- "AN UONKST CRAB ORCHARD Excelsior Art Rooms it Sl.re-e-po- rt, H5IN WILL BE OPENED m 3-- It 1 store-house- the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger quantity of goods this season than IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL." In order to get THE 15th JUNE -- fX, NEANOIY -- OF 188 Daugherty&Hyde ii:.vrtt!KY, Fine Carriages, Buggies, ever before,and pos- RATES sibly more goods Icr Iny OF BOARD than this trade de mands. "We Court-hous- e blood-thirst- It have AND always advocated that it is better for lkt us, and certainly is for the customer, to sell a great many goods for a little profit than a few goods for THEa great profit. To enforce this princi GENUINE MAYFIELD ple, we are ready, 1 nrst-clasrt-1- lcr PHAETONS. w. & szeoisfB aiT4lannnB! war-pit- working admirably, and we contin- and Clothing Freeze. bination, with the Foulest Oistorns Made advantage of a Double Store, is ple. trade,to reduce our Water Elevator. prices, and from- will begin a Destroys All Water Insects; new scale that will Draws Fresh Water from torn of Cistern; astonish the peoOur Grocery Has No Tubing and com- wibiitui liLurtJtistJ uii 'a; ' uaBpa1!!!! Doos Not Puro by This Elevator. -- , OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. 53. fiftv-cenl- s Enquir-er'ajstatelie- nt ue to urge all to bring along their Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It ken Back. produce and exchange for have added to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost impossible for you to call for anything we cannot supply. Parties Will I We GEO. D. WEAREN, Wool, Orchard Grass and ' Grain, other "Twine-bindiD- g liar-vente- r" e regular do-b- It Has-to- e, train investigate smiiQ S7S7J.Gc O S. market of to ' Ijhmly their transact your I ' Ki:uitv it Buaais fieir-IUHdtTcar-lo- amtiuft-a-BSh, Corii-l'lHiiler- J. E. VOWELS' VARIETY NTOltK lly "03 9 N3HUYM uiiaa Trx. - tel i -- Kid. W. L. William will preach at Crab Orchard can boast (?) of a neore the Christian Churrli In Stanford next Hun- - deputy Marshal. We're got him and he' ' ' a black a a crow. Can't Lancaster with . . Vtrtr iKixeadowan A Hldner' "oapjnat iy. ThftrAriemhlr' ofloulhern PreArte her black candidate for Jailer com over 7 rereireii ai uait niinnmeT, i . rian ha decided not to. take action of and sympathize with us. Tuesday Morning May 23, 1882 Wantkii Country aide, hama and prewtng (he revised New Testament at Saturday night a Joe Jones, shoulders; highest market price paid. Mc presents Next year'a meeting r.f the Ashal wa going down Plank street on hi Allster A llrlghf. sembly will be li'eld ai IWIon, Ky. L. A N. L OCAL TIME CARD. way home he wa fird upon by two negro The ladle of the Methodist church men. Five shots were fired, only one of The flrat hog fold for appearing on the trains Noflh.. rmwii(rr t tO. v. did the handsome thing by Uev. J. 8, which struck him In Ihe hand, He wa " . 1 (S r. k alreela contrary to an ordinance made and " Boulh provided agalnat It, waa put up at auction Hlms, by raising a aulTlclent amount to pay unarmed and coolly stood hi ground until LOCAL NOTICES. Friday and brought $1 21, equal to 0 ctl. II hla expense to and from the (leneral they ceased firing, then turned and went Conference at Nashville. Mr film haa down town and Ihe Marshal went up to arIlur Paint of l'rnny ft MoAIIIcr. KvniY liody who attended fbeman'a en- grown Into the. good grace of every body rest them, but when he arrived at the IIIiik I.lck Witter, at McIloWl I'iihii tertainment held ltmonlh will be present here, and It ! a subject of regret that ac- place, only one of them could he found, . HlnggV. next Monday night, but to thone who did cording to the rule ol hla church he enn Maj. Macadougli had lied, a he wai the (lasollnt ul at Pmnj At Doam's not we take plenuire In aaylng that he MoAIUtrrV remain no longer than September. one who did the shooting, and Chav. Hansglrea the beat ahow erer wltneaned In HUn-forHAtiT, Lime mil Ctinrnt constantly on This ford wa arrested. chrltltan'extract A. Owsley', Imml la made 7r6m nn article In the" Apmkiie Huttonrllle. Nkw dock ofJewelr ami HlWtrware at IIahox finF.MAN.-OamiMementloveri Timr wrlen by the Pof. Mc Friday' mail from Rlanfoid, ifiil not IVnnjr A McAlhter'. will ba dellghteil lo know that Seeman, (larveyi "Some of the ai licit recently reach us until Saturday. Ho da Watrh tatter linn In an past the wonderful man of magic, will appear pNblIhe in the llmu In reference to Mr. I am under obligation to Geo. C.Camat Mcltobtrt A 8tjt.'s. srasons, hereagalnonMtli.at which time he will liar no ha woke up some walking whisky pbell, of Waco, Texas, for a lite number Watoiiw, Clock ind Jewelry replffl glfe an entire change of programme He barrel "ariif beer saloon, and Ihejr even of the nd warranted bjr Penny A McAIIater. inimitable Tent Sljllngi. will alio on each night that horemalna "cry out" against the writet and call down Cam. on W. 11. HlfRlna for grass and Hon. Matt Adam I the guest of hi gite 10 hahdaome preenla lo purchaieraof the 'wrath and vengeance of all the godt Ktiln scythes, BaiMler'a grain crailla, Ac. , John I). Crenter. Had nil tlckeU, the article to be exhibited In eome upor him. These agents or the devil Yoit will flml the bent a pleasant interview with Mr. Adam S renin cigar in towa it Penny A McAlis-ler'gooil In town, with the man a. know aa litlle'ahorit (he liiLle and what a at Dr. Alcorn' on Saturday. He i gera guarantee that they will be Riven a mm-- . ought to preach aa a jrooae know entirely too agreeable, and handsome to Fok Balk, A lot of small liemp roi advertled to thoae holding the lucky num- about heavdror a hog of Chriatmis. The be content '.'lo blush unseen, and waste his Terr cheap something atery firmer need. ber. The plan will be give lo eaoh buyer take moredelight in blasphrnjiinc the sweetness on the desert Apply l thin (.fllce. air" of bachelor of a reserved eeat ticket, which will coat 75 name of Qod than they do In living souls. Coal On. at l'H cent; lest snpar 11 hood. coflee '20 cent, at ii P. Do cent, four entelopea each containing a They hid rather spend the Lord' day In a renls nod bet Boyle Stone, Esq, of Liberty, honor 11 card blank If they draw nothing and havly's, lllclitnoml Junction.' i or hOirie Other dirty hole than to ed our village with a call the other dav. " ing s figure printed on them if they do. spend It With Ilia angeWof Clod Jh fieaveh. He declared that he had no longer need lo personal. Two ticket will be given a GO cent ticket I'ine specimen of Jiymanitr these, to critcarry circus ticket a passport to an evanMn, W. 11. SKlKNtitjof I)tilsYille, i holder and one to a 25 tent man. The icise a preacher of the goapef t Hut Ihie la escent popularity. He hold the title deed In town. "j preeenta themaelve will be valuable and not lb be pondered at, alAce Mr. Ilarne i ' Mil T. D.,Nevi.ANH ha been riirjlor with the entertainment that lie given, thbue give Ithim liberty1 lo Continue In iln If to a slever wife, and I suspect, hold rank a an olhcer of Infantry, inasmuch a I fCTttlli llTK. who hit him when here before, can readily the, iwlli only ''take Jeana" aa 'beat ' they saw hlra investing In a line of iewelrr I)K. 11 to It licit) hiatfiwnng out lii ee that a big thing la in atore for ua. can."' Tpel, ewa put to death the Son of which pertain to Ihe nursery safety shingle in Stanford, Ood-tb- e -- purest being on earth, and theae Cor. Woltoku. A gentleman juit from something, they call them. He says he Koot.r. spent Saturday nJ MimMattu Wayne tell no that to far a he can learri corrupt, sinful, and ungodly mortals would fulGlls the christian duty of feeding the Himdaywlth Mm. W. P.Walton. ,. r. ridicule, deride and scorn a true man of hungry at the Napier Hotel, and I "solid g all the men, women and children in that Clod in hla Mw.MAiiaiBHt"":iw,th effort! to aland by the truth." for the democratic nominee for Clerk of ol Crl Orchard, M with county are for Wolford for Congrean, flrat, widow the Court of Appeals, all along the line." lal, and all the time. Speaking of thia LAND, STOCK AND CROP. Mm. 11. (1. Alford. Cabell Woods, one of ourcitixen Is called hy old warrior, whq haa of late been the bone Mis-- i IIklle LtviNCntoN The failure for last week number 124. In a very feeble slate of health, and has In Kin-- , of o much contention, we will relate a litn telegram to retnrn to her home llcuben Harris sold to Jamea Swope,a little prospeot of amendment so long a her slater Maggie, who ha been in tle Morr of Mm that ha never appeared In a nlco combined gelding for $225. the cold, damp weather continues. By the baring been taken much print. When the Col. wa a realdent of hid heilth, Tinsley Spoonamore aold lo Andrew way, there I frequent and earnest comCaey, he waa engaged to defend a man worse. Whitley, hla combined bay mare for $110, plaint on the part of invalida and Mb. J. V. Ktw ran up In Mr. II. (X charged with whipping lit wife. The nerroui and bought of John Moberly a mare for ;ienoni, agalnat the prevalent and conllnu-ou- a Huby' !ace an mall agent yesterday. Mr. cae waa called More a couple of juittcea $110. practice of pistol shooting on and near tca ran opposite to Mr. lluhjr until Mr of ll e peace, and Col. Adam, the countv A bunch of long, heada of the street by day and night. I am sure d 0, I. Warner waa assigned to thit run, and attorney, waa on hand to represent the The testimony developed Mediterranean wheat taken from the 30 the boy who indulge In thia amusement together they did aa good and ai clean a Cbiumoiwralth Lelunon that the iferemhntihad recently tomo. inUll acre field of W. 8, Spoonamore, on Logan' do not think of the real pain they thus inwork aa waa erer done on the creek, ba just been laid on our table. It flict on a class so little ablo to bear it, and uc iu""rpiun ui ume money oy legacy. llranch. I remarkably Gne and far advanced for so justly entitled to the sympathy and Dit. 8. M. Welch and wife areguesta and that lit wife, who waa diipod to be the Reason. courtesy of those who are blessed with CI. Welch. Dr. profligate, never loat an opportunity to of hi.' brother, Col. W. According to the report of the Com sound health and robust constitution!. Welch haa been a citiien of OaWealon, li'poae of fome of the newly acquired number of yeara, where he wealth. Rhe ran account at the neighbor missioner of Agriculture, the comparative Boys, please ilack arms for a while, or refor Texas, commands a large and paying practice of ing atore, and on the day that the whip acreage of the winter wheal producing move your targets to a more retired posiping recurred hail fixed up to go to Liber State run from 83 per cent, in Kansa to tion. medicine. He will lemain with the friend ; ., The suspension of building operations condition '" ;V few wreka ty for more unnece.,y .upplies. The de- and scene of hi early life for a , from North Car on the part of the Ilaptiil brethren last Iew ..i. ncr ami n iiuar and then with hl wile, will leave for an t... atMi'iui uaicMi "nn i ""Mt week was in consequence of a proposed rel ensued, which ended In tho woman gel- olina. extended Kurcpean tour. " J. Y. KInkcad had sold hi wheat and negotiation fur tno purose of purchasing Kev. JA. HooLr, who dish up the ling iter jaw well slamied and a warrant from the Presbyterian church (Southern), Hii'tonTilla newa for the delectation of for the man' arrest. The evidence in. C'oi. barley, 150 acres, lo J. L. Cogar and othbe delivered a soon a threshed, the their interest in their house of worship in hail oecaaion to come to Run. Adam suggested to Col. Wolford, that If ers, to reader, place. Both parties, I believe, declinand not baring a bona he wished lo spesk lo proceed and he would wheat at one dollar and Ihe barley at eigh- thi ed the transaction. On Saturday the Inn Jr. walked the whole distance and make the closing argument. "No, air," ty cents per bushel. We understand other Presbyterians formally decided not to sell, been made at the same prices. It clrthroitgh the rain and mud, although said the Col , "I speak last in the case my. sale have and adjourned for the purpose of holding self. You have nothing lo do with it at Midway Clipper. nearly 67 yeara of age When we Louisville Hacks The Kentucky a supplementary meeting after service on with him for endangering hi life all." Then turning to the learned magiOak wa taken Thursday by 'Kate Crell, the 28th init. (the fifth Sunday.) I learn by gelling o wet, he quietly replied, strate, he read the warrant, beginning: "The and Oleon, Duke of Kent and Patlnllza that on the same day the Baptist building "Well, it will gtre inn a lluatontllle Item, Commonwealth of Kentucky." "I submit won the other race. l'riday, the half mile Committee were Instructed to close with to your honors," said he, "that the County had fur eomo time." a thine Ton haren't dull for wis won by Tangent the proposal of Mr. Lord, a builder of Atlorney has nothing lo do with Ihli care. LOCAL MATTERS. 10 contestants; Feland's Danville, and inaugurate the work at The warrant is iuued in the name of the in oOJ over waa again distanced. The second race once. I am not advised aa to the terms of Nkvv Potato at McAli.ler A llrlghlV Cummonaeallh, and It la her attorney's for a club purse of $250, $jD to aecond his bid. CANNKligooda lower thin ever at Hale place to proiecute It. The County Attor- horse ,one and While the West End is gratified lo see railes.was given ney haa no right in it whatever." Col. Ad& Nunnelle';. to Creosote who made the diatance in 1 43 . the evidence of prosperity in and around ams protested, but in vain, for the justices, AmnilEii cold wave is on it way. after laying their wise and solemn heads There were 8 starters. The Louisville Stanford, she proudly review the Hat of Knowing in Minnesota, Sunday. together, decided that Col. Wolford'a posi- Cup, the event of the day, waa taken by her contributions to the mind and muscle, Hindoo, 2 mile, in 3.57), the let time the elegance and Integrity, the brain and TltllKj: HUNDIIIU) THOUSAND lilUUli fo tion was well taken, and that Col. Adams beauty of the Stanford community. Vide should retire. The old e (hen ever made over the Jockey Club course. snle. Apply to Henry lUuglitnau, Stanthe eloquent Hill; the able Alcorn; the commenced hi speech, in which ho stated Five started. The 4th race for a purse of ford. $300 waa a dash of 1 mile. George earnest It. W. and the elegant Jesje Hock-ethe case a lightly a possible for hla client Wantkh. 10,000 lbs. country meat and the upright Judge Brown; the handthen proceeded to work on the feelings Hakes won it over 7 competitor in 2.10. will pay highest market price. Hale A: The 0th race closed tho day' apart. It some Bailey; the philosophic Blain; the of the woman. He made a pathetic appeal Nunnelley. genial host Dinwiddle; the gentlemanly for a reconciliation, and before he waa was for a handicap purse of $350, 1 J mile. Kate Pierce waa winner in 2.37) beating 10 Bledsoe; the faithful soldier, McKlnney; IirAVirrecelvedablgaiipplyof Ice'n.H tiro,lgll ,e were Glled sh .llkeephconstanlly on hand for sale. wjlh ,Mr,f slia brKot lit-- Kh'evn'ncc, and Others. Saturday the club purse of $200, the skillful physician, l'eyton; Ihe popular Stigg; the vivacious Burton; the J T. itirrl. throwing herarmi around th old mill's '3 of a mile, wa awarded to Maggie Ayer Van Arsdale. the versatile Port-mahi forgiveness for past of- who made il In 1.15 over 0 starters. Secwa given in honor neck, begged A dki.kihtkui, party (It fa true Matt came to ua from ond race wna for the Tobacco Stakes, and of Mis Jessie Perrlo at Mr. 9. J. Kmbry'a fenses, and asked the court to release htm, and although we had him a which, after clearing their throat a few waa taken by Mistral afterthree mile heats. "Bourbon," l'riday night. The first wa a dead heat with Gus Mat- whlle,we are willing to accord honor time and wiping their weeping eyes, they Miu J.T. IlAiims haa fresh full for sale where honor is due), and though last, not did, and the couple returned home thor- thews, and the three were made In 1.43, week Wednesday and Saturday, twice 1 40 and 1 02. Owner Handicap for a lest, the large and enteresting Carpenter oughly reunited and happy. Shortly after st hi meat and provision store. family. As to our contribution in the thia some of the Col. 'a legal friend having purse of $200, dash of ja of a mile, wai way of beauty we dare not be explicit: let Tiik proprietor of Lincoln Mills, hav- heard of the matter, asked him why on won by Wayward in 1.02 over seven conbeat teitimony, beside I have exfact water aupply, earth he made the preposterous proposi- testants. The Steeple Chase was won by ing secured a ptrmant-n- t Guyin3.02J, 1 mile. The closing race hausted my adjectives. will be able to do custom grinding at any tion to the court to rule the County Attor-ne- r time. "PRAISE THE LORD." out uf the case. With a chuckle, he for $200 wa won by Ben D'Or over seven replied. "Well, geiitlemen, I knew from other starters in 1 49. hour ol rain haa made Veiisaili.es, May 22nd, 1882. Viar Inttrtor: the ground somewhat molat, and our beau- the character of the parties and their LINCOLN C0UNTT. The meeting broke last night tiful pavements and crossing aro decidedly friends, that if Col, Adam wai allowed to Gilberts Cretk. with three roualng cheer not uproarious, cloe the argument in that cue, that he " . muddy. There are several of our people on tho but thoroughly hearty and earneat. Thro' would arouse audi a feeling of bltterncai Take WaiinikO. Bave coata. Your note that bloodshed would certainly follow, and !ck list; Mrs. Jaraea Anderson and daugh- the pouring rain the dear people came or account will bo warranted, on Ihelatof knowing that the man had, in audden heat ter, especially. They are In a precarious and the houae waa full an hour before serJune if not veltleil. We (nen buatneia. and passion, done that of which he confessed condition yet. vices commenced. By the time we reach" Ulitnault A Penny, Tbero will be regular services at ed the it was with the utto um ho wai heartily I aaw on the 4th Sunday of most difficulty wa could make our way to Jijst received another large atock of that that waa my only' chance to make a Iloone'i School-hous- e Swlsa Kmbrolderiva, Torchon and Valen- - peaceful and happy termination of the un- this month, by Bro, Jasper Livingston, the etand. And then they sat and stood, ciennea Licea, lluttous, Hoaiery, Ao fortunate alTair." We learn that the couple morning and night. One person la to be wedged like sardine in the box, for nearly f baptized. SeveMnco A Co. three hours, with unwearied patience. aru etill living in happiness, and that no The wheat crop on our farma looka The harvest waa a glorious one. Sixty-fou- r further trouble has erer sprung up between FAHMEitadeilring to lay in tlieir. winter. fine, and we expect to begin harvesting it managed to struggle forward and change aupply of coa) would do well to lee.lha them; in fact a more decided illustration inside of a month from now. Grata looki plaeeawllh people wedged in front, and 17 of the poem entitled, "Iletsy and 1 am out" pioprletora of Lincoln Mills. It wlllt-bhaa done no gooJ for ten day afterwarda rose in the body of the audihaa never occurred. Thia well illustratea badly. Il money in their pocket. to the cold rains and cool ence and made the good confession there. tho klmlnewof heart and the power of the past, owing UNor.n the new town lawa a person who eloquence of Col. Wolford, and If he fails weather. Corn also looks to be on a stand- This 81 waa the largest Ingathering of the keel a howling dog and thereby annoy to convince (he voters of th new Klcveuth, still, and looki yellow and sickly, although meeting. I preached to the colored peohi neighbor om ba lined ten dollar.!! We that I the proper person to represent them farmer hope that a few day of warm sunple in the afternoon when 02 confessed the Savior. A precious service it waa. Altocxect to move the Court on this point in the IStli Congress, we shall.,bexceed- - shine will bring It out greatly. Our new Union Church wilt be done gether 021 confessed the LOItD, which, in few day. Jngly aurnrjseil. .JivVataV . in lime for servicea on Ihe 4th Saturday you will notice, is the exact number that John Jcniuns waa arreated and put in HARRIASES: (and Sunday In next month. The paint came at Paris, while the time is three Jail a day or so ago on a warrant aworn out Mis Lucy GlbaoBythe verrattriictiv, will be dry, and the entire building ready days less than at that place. Tbl reinby Clark Cath, charging him with borre 'for uae at that time. The name of the states for the Cynthlana partial defeat and stealing. He is but 11 year of age and daughter of Mr, Robert Glbfonpof fernery church ha not yet been settled upon, but brlnga back the good old times of "beat set, MrUl be iurriei torniorrow to Mr.T.lcb-ardaohi mother claim that the horso belonged your correspondent suggest "8ugar Grove" wages" and something to spare. PRAISE uf Ohio. lo her, Cah having no chlm on him ive THE LORD. Ol course we are jubilant Mis Lixxie, daughterof Mre J. II. aa quite appropriate. Mtss.KtonoA llolti for pasturage which the tried to pay The Yesterday's Hughes, formerly of Stanford, wa married claw, tho builder of the churth, deserve and tcnderfully thankful. trial will he held here at her home in Uloomington, 111., on the credit for the yttr excellent manner in entire harvest wa 173 for soul and 110 lor Ouk distinguished townsman, Col. Thorn-- 10th, to Mr K 11 Hibler. which Ihe did the work. body. 220 in all were anointed for healP. Hill, haabeeu invited to respond to ing. The last confession waa that of a wee Crab Orchard. RELIGIOUS. the toast, "Kentucky, her liar and Hi Marble seem to be the favoiite game girl a very little one, so again, aa the Associations," at the meeting of the liar in Thesllarrodsbiirg Enitrpnu eaya that of the loafers here. Loafer from neigh delicate child rose and held np her little Lculavllleon the 2UJ. Thia il a decided at Salvlaa Dr. Ouerrant added to the boring town are invited to come and par- white hand in the midst of Ihe great compliment since that I the toast of the 44 merabere, ' indrhad In ticipate. throng, I waa reminded of the word of occasion. The Col. has alio tecelved alt 04 confession, A good drug atore i badly needed In Scripture, "And Jesus took a little child through Dr. L. II. Wanton an Invitation to There will be preaching In the Pre. this place. There haa been but one here and sat it In the midst and said unless ye are byterlau church, HuatouTille, on the 0th for several year and that 1 now ctosed converted and become a tittle children, ye deliver the annual address before the and Philalethean Societies of Habbatli (28tli inat.i at 11 o'clock. l M since the death of Dr. Kjbert, the Drug- - cannot enter the Kingdom of Heaven." It CenUaLlfnlvewIty at Hlclimond,-"- , poal AU,nyUtjl to.attend. wa a fitting close to one of the most pregist. lionrfiliedlalt year by Dr. 1'ilmer, of- - New wilj preach at the Stanford waa Indeed fortunateln hav. cious meetings we have ever had. Christian Church here on th 1st Lord'a ing Mr, W. T. Greeu and excellent family Orleans; and the year before by The rain Ii still pouring, as it has been SteveSVorj. Should Col. Hill decide to Jnn3fin ilace of Dr. J. AW Cox, to locate there, We regretted exceedingly all night, but we hope It will break before cpiinee luvuaiiona, a icaai oi reason is who will fill the pulpit at Lsucaiteron the lo give tbeui up; MUi Sallle and Mr. Hen- we leave for Lawrenceburg, after dinner. in store for hi hearer. Our little troue is broken up for a while. Miue day. ry will be missed in the social circle. ur flrNUlNK. German A. Onr.icr. Millet 8eed for rale STJviTBioiaD, lor. . -- We leave dear Versailles with a heart full of lovsi to It dear people. They have treated us with every attention that a courteous community could show. God bles them for their kindness. They are "thoroughbred" and no mistake in Woodford. Ever In Jesus, Geo. O. Baiinw. Buckle n't Arnica Suite. Thsheit Its In the worM for Cuts, ilmltri, Boies, Ulcers, Hstt Ilheum, Fever Hores, TetUr, Chapped llsmti, ChllMilm, Corns, sn.t all rUtln Eruptions, apilrwllltely cures piles. It l guarantee.! to five entire satisfaction or money refunded. Trice Yi cents per liox. For sale I. Penny A MeAllitsr. A General Stampede. such Never ruth mail for any Drug 8tor aa Is now at Penny A. McAllnter'a for a Trial Kltig'a Xew Discovery fur Consumpllottlo of Dr. tion, Coujtu and Colds. All persona afflicted with Atthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, Sever Coughs, or any affection of the Throst and Lungs, can get a Trial Bottle of this great remedy free, by calling n. Wife and Georgia go lo Danville. George I "sweet sixteen" lo day, and go for a bit of "Commencement" pleasuring as far that age of enjoyment In such thing, Wife goes lo ehapnoni and visit her brother In Lincoln. . Willie goe with PENNY & 3 McALISTER rKii.x in DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY fhyilelant' Prescriptions scciirately compounded & FANCY ARTICLES. rhsrmaeentleal Preparsllons a speclslly M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPE11A HOUSE BLOCK, NTANFOKI), ICY., 74-t- d. nr (lod-llk- c IS AND Toilet mill PM it Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, fnnru Art Mm, llnnhn, Stntlonrru, Tobnrro and Clgnm, Iff lira, i,uiuor,Ac. i'hnr. miteeutlrat I'reiiartttton Niirrtnlty. IT nephew-ln-law- s. ahow-wlndo- at above Drug 8 tore. REIT ADVKKTISKBI.ITS. - tur-roo- Tv for aal. Apply to GERMAN MIM.F.T8F.ED Dawnn Mill. at the old MKmai WBMM This New .Mill, containing flic latent ami m lbs wostber gslt warm enough, and will sell ss low ss any one slue. Will keep It conitsntly on For niaiiiifactiiriiiK men! ami flour, Ih how In hand at J. H. Davis' near depot, wbere We will grind Tor ciiHloiucr, Tor (lie prcHcnt, on It csn be bad at any hour In the day. iiCHilay, Thursday, 1'rlriay ami Saturday o(cacli U K. K. HARROW. Court-Da- y store-roo- I expect lo commence delivering Ice as soon ss MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY week, and en and nil other public IaH. Wc Holielt h liberal nliare or patronage and will endeavor to rItc entire Hat Ufact Ion. Alwayn on hand and for mile. HighcM eaeth price paid Tor Corn, H heat, Ac OrdcrHlefl at Mill promptly attended to. fc SAIiXiEf:. m-ATil.STJC- Hill opcraileH. TncHilay, M'cd- - Uwllcli-Ingynun- r SEEMAN THE GREAT MAGICIAN Hccoiul Appearance iIiIhSciimoii Floiiv Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c. well-fille- MAY 29, 30, 31 40 HANDSOME PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY EACH NIOIIT. E. P. OWSLEY Has Juet Oponod a Pino Stock of Consisting of AND BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a Nioo Lino ADMISSION AS U8UAI.I 75, 80 AND IS CENTS. .,., !u V "T.T THE NEW ROUTE EAST, or frilelerdr, WASHINGTON! CARPETS.OXX GLOTHSaTRUNES of mm&m WITH omo t. I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tho Best Goods in tho Market, to bo sold at Bottom Prices. Call and ozamino. THE 0XI,Y LINE IIUNMNH TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. n. n. lemon-strate- d SOLID TRAINS, Pullman Sleeping Coaches 1 cuknaui.t. JO-t- . SEVERANCE. - D. 11. EDM1STON. SlXIIXO- My-rai- d From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TUKOOQUTHE ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. m Grandest Scenery in America! Y. war-hors- Connect ng direct in l'enn. Depot for r; Baltimore, Philadelphia&N. The Onlr Direct Line to Vlr-filul- n ,,,.. mid the Carolina. r. Tlckoti ira on lain at nrlnrllul Ticket Offices, and at the (leneral Office orthe C. A O. Kaltwar, CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & GO. at 340 Went Hnkii Nlreet, l.otiMvlllc. Tor further Information, add-es- a J. uenersi rjoutnweiiern Agent, lxmiiriiie. n. a ERNST, . W. SJIIT1I, Qsb'l Manager, II. W. FUI.I.KIt. llen'l I'ass'r Ag't. Maj. A. E. IlICIIAKUS, ll. fix. Bii.ui.Ia. tf .a.iIbIIIa la a .U...1 lilo.A to the actionTill, .athe of this the 2d District, lubject niii! mmmmi isTOTionsrs, Have J list received direct from the Eastern cities the most elegant utock of ueuiocracj. Jmlee It. J. ItllEOKIMUDGE la a candidate lor Judge of Superior Court, lulled to tbe action of the Democracy. Election, first Aionuay in August. Clothing, Ever exhibited Boots, Shoes, m KoiiTV-Ktiill- T It. nrr.anr.tr. la SI. m I1DBUETT, ' ranilMltn for Judzfl of thfl SU' prerae Court from tbe Sd district. Subject to the or tua ueiuocracj. action iu this market. New and MUTE KAUUEKS BA1UIEUS. J ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, Court-hous- I would respsctfulljr Invit the public in general, who with a good, clean ibive. or a nlc hair-cma at abampoooranTthlDglnmrllnetocall on KIIIST-CLASS THREE th St. Aunh Hotel. I BtrrittCES LOW. A. IiONAIII. tin BuHsiroiFii; mm Cteato miM GOODS, ui e 500,000 PLANTS! A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK FOK NAIiE! I have fur aala at niy Meat Store Incliidliie uiuin, ur,( nuii Nuii'M Veiling, Henrietta Cloth, Bunting, TasitBO mi'in iiai'UHBstiriiiaeui PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! AnJ especially Sweet Potato, Gabbage, Tomato, &c, Baited by A . Dress Goods of Every Description. FUI.I. MNF.N U . rendition. All Orders from a Distance Promptly rilled. Address J. T. IIAKKIN, 40-t- f Hamburg Embroideries, India Trimmings, . blsnford, Ky. , EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKINO, MYERS HOTEL, a STANFORD. KY. E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Thia Old and Woll - Known Hotel Still Maintains its High Imputation, lit AND Laces, Iuclies9 IVecltweai?, TANS, PARASOLS. &.C. VsTHIITE eudlenH G-OOD- S variety, and a xpleudid assortment GlnuIianiM, Ac. ot Lawm, Iti Proprietor U Determined that it Shall be Secoud to no Country Hotel in the State la its Fare, Appointmesti, or Attention to Comfort of their Qneati. Wo have added to our (dock a nice assortment oCC'arpela, Huge, Oil loth, MattlHgN. Wall Paper, c. ING GOODS. CARPETS. ' i Uamrsga will ba eoartrad to aa from the depot rrtt oreaargf. Kperiai areoannouaiioaa to t CeatHirelal Traielers. T lit Bar will bt always applies' with lb rkoltcst kraaas of Liquors aad Cigars. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH- - '"l V A Prtaehtr Roughly Handled. Bttty and the Bab. had scarcely got comfortably iaUlled A local preacher had been preachA lady who accompanied and was when hit wife, with the wtiiro Hwtiiy L aj.3 came, making Claudia's lira a perfect present when Mrs. Sergeant Mason ing in a town not a hundred miles torture. They seldom gavo her a had an interview with tho President, from hero, and having accompanied MTAtTFOBD, kind word, and wero I to attempt to interceding for her husbands pardon, ono of the members to his house, was May 23, 1882 tell all sho was forced to undergo, I thus describes it: "Having sent our of cotirto introduced to his wifo who Tuesday Morning, should fill pago after pago. There cards, wo took a seat in tho largo appeared very glad to see him, and by a good firo. At tho ex- warmly pressed him to remain to toi. was nothing however dangerous to the anto-roofar th Ixtaaioa JoirxaL. While Importuning reputation of the female character piration of half an hour tho messenger Hemncntcd. TRUTH STANOCR WAN FICTION. camo in and announced that 'tho the preacher to stay, tho husband was that Mrs. Ilobert Hendricks leit ' A Lilejhteh. r She hated her m President desired to sco us.' Wo wore quietly atnnding by, preparing to BY ADEl.B FABIAN. thoroughly as a hcartloss, venomous shown to tho privato parlor, and had wash his hands nnd faco. lhe good STILL LEADS WITH THE woman can. The dislike which had to wait but a few moments when he lady then went to get tho tea rondy, WHIIHCKO ro LAT IIIUH entered from tho opposito donr. Tho mid It was not long boforo tho tea and Mrs. Hendricks had toon some gathered slowly for years and which American peoplo can well lie proud her temper wero browing, for, hearseventy years with their srallcs and sho was forced in a manner to conceal of their President for his gentlo and ing, ns she thought, her dearly Moved go, and had been feo whilo Claudia's parents lived, now tears come and burst forth in torrents. She caused courtly manners. I doubt if any washing, shn went to the littlo window bio all winter, and when the days monarch could enter tho drawing-- which communicated between the crow colder sho began to decline rap- most of Claudia's friends, both old present with such unassuming graco kitchen and tho pantry where she room Ono evening Claudia sat by her and young to doubt her, and eventual idly. . ly some forsook her entirely. She as President Arthur did when ho camo wa, and taking advantage of his pobedside talking, first telling her tjint to tako by the hand tho wife of the sition more quickly than ono could Kavmond DeVeign was now nothing taught her children to consider her Mrs. Mason say "Jack Robinson," shoadmiuistcr 'and asking her forgiveness for little Itu than an outlaw and made her poor soldier. I presented shook to.her hands cd two or three hard raps on his bald father heap curses and abusoupon her to the President. Ho nil the sorrow sho had canted her, until sho leit her dear old home, with her. The anxious filament had pite, accompanied with tho exclamawhen her mama laid her hand upon AND SELL THE BEST spending her lime at a remote villago at last arrived; hor pont up feelings tion: "I will learn you to bring them her head and eaid : could no longer bo restrained. Sho hungry preachers here to tea every "Claudia, I should never seemed so with a cousin, a devout christian lady, BUGGY ON THE GLOBE broke forth in sobs. Tho President timo tlieycomo to preach P cruel to you both had I believed ho and a superior typo of female worth. looked on her with compassion. When As toon as the unfortunate individIn dying, Mrs. Hendricks had left wished to marry my girl. I knew FOR THE MONEY. sho raised her oyes sho had full filth ual could get tho soap suds out of his his disposition so well, that I thought a provision for her grandaughter. That was the fatal stroke- fur her son in him, for her countenance inspired eyes, he began to think what it all injurious ho wished merely an SEND FOR CATALOGUE mar your and his wife. The sister, whom Claudia confidence. She then mado a pathetio meant, but could como to no other husband's roleastTfrOM conclusion than that the old lady had af)rrlio, IfsoBin times' wih you wero loved with sincerity, and iron whon,- appeal for her President then told her made n sad mlstako, which the also AND TESTIMONIALS OF Tho marricil. trial 1 might know you set- sho expected some atiecllon was tor- prison. bidden to have any intercourse with ho appreciated her feelings; that he toon found nut, for on returning to tled and happy before I nm called HUNDREDS OF LIVERYMEN I teel it is her; and was talked to in such a man knew all thadetaila of tho case; (hat tho parlor, sho there saw her husband from my loved ones hero. he would bring the matter before his awaiting his turn to wash. but a littlo while- ere I too will bo ner that sho grew like her parents, WHO HAVE USED THEM - cabinet, nnd that he would do all in goti, JTand I cannot bo reconciled to looking upon her with scornful con- his power. Ho said she need not disTo n Massachusetts man, Joseph leave. you thus." '"i- ', Ulaudia was formerly full of spirits tress herself to tell him any of tho do Walker, is due lhe credit of inventing ClaudhT burst iiito a violent fit of feel aesured that we?niiig, resccchitig her mother to and ns jolly us could be; and al tails, and sho might the shoo peg Previous to the year though sho indulged in tho pastimes ho deeply sympathized with her. Ho 1818 its uso had not been known, and speVk'tllherwlse. shook '"01i!"mama, mama, I havo scon ot tho day, it was with moderation. again "kindesthands with her, spoaking the invention gave a new start to the manner. We then re- manufacture of boots and shoes. Up COLUMBUS OHIO. much worse than now that I She had uecu taught to aspire to no in tho yoii'fed UKFKKESCKSi Don't bier nimsinlilo than utter worldliness. tired to tho ante room and took our to that dato such articles bad been am sure you will be restored, handling jroui I faara OK!T(.MK-,1 sewed, and the peg, made at first by llremltr u wagone, phaelout, elf , fur lh speak of my ever leaving you, I have Her sister was given heart and soul to departure.'" y ii ; glfen rntlre Mt four yem. said 'long ago my life was yours so dancing, flirting and fashion. . There M hand, came in to revolutionize tho ull,rtlln Mall No kofar Iher bare then, end 1 th'mtns!infof Htwnn. hart bought Inner as Uod should snare us both. fore, by her stepmother she wiia com buedl trade. It was, however, the c istom eipct In beetle U aell .greal nuey worelble Tho. following calculation, pretlout anr Vnn will vnn innat Urn Inner vpars fur tillered extremely prudish, and sho on "a text or'Rovektion isiboth; curiv of shoemakers who lived away from traton than able oHne all onltre jura. Truttlng 111 fom)4lj, I ani, ' :i .! t. :iai:uiit-- i 1 i... the manufacMring centers to make jou will lie lo Niruoue II a a 13, U erjnian. me; The Atlwise Father will not tend frequently dubbed her "that old thing' uu9 nuu iiiieresuug. ikmii it . .. Ufaj.tte.InJ. I U it. mo tucii anaiuicuon. iuaraa, !. irns but alt this was treated with disdain the Charlottesville Jcffersonum, and their own pegs by hand oven down to We hate been utlng ami telling (IK.1TLBMK! been ray earnest prayer since ray ear- by Claudia. She believed and trust- will suggest thoughts for those who recent time, but tho jour work In Clarke county for the Mil lour peg has now superseded all nrl with tba bett eatlafatllon la eunelrr ami liest' recollection that you might live ed in a happier day, and consider- think : Your bucglee are unlrerutlf ac"Revelatiou, XXI Chapter, lCth such slow work, just as the horseshoe cutloiuera. br our cuitomert lo lie lhe Terr teat to We me when I died, and if you ed such littleness too disgraceful to beknowledged stow a thought upon. for tbe nrlee that can be boniat la the country. is now almost wholfate?" leawlnie, what will bo ray verso: 'And He measured the city nail manufacture le pronounced Your Christmas camo eventually, aud with a reed, twelve thousand fur- - ly in the hands of establishments that by all Corablnitlon t, rtprlng Buggr eatlett riding After this conversation Mrs. toftetl, and to be tbe Bne-buggy now In ut. Your ltrewiteriMe-ln- r worse. The fami found her still with her cousin' tho' loners. The lenr-t- h nnd breadth and make them by machinery. The usual It certainly without a rlttl Taking all wagon In all cannot l eay tbat with grief. now sho must soon return to her own tho height are equal. , l story comes with the introduction of we learleealy country foryour buiorlea tod duraly was well nigh distracted, alyle, flnlth, bealen-tlhe loved home. A division was to be " Twelve thousand lur!ongs7,-920.00- 0 the shoe peg, to the effect that some bility. Youre truly, She talked earnestly with Claudia, TarnUHT A Motaa. feet, which being cubed is unscrupulous parties tried to swindlo and in the sad watches of tho night, made in tho estato of Col. Hendricks, Springfield, Ohio. cold and like a dead aud in consequence tho old home place 943,088,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 the unsuspecting by endeavoring to her "$&tl grew had In llrery ntXTLauBX' I weightl nwwr bosom as sho heard her was to bo sold; which was another cubic feet, and half of which wo will sell shoo pegs as tt new kind of oats. orrr two yeart, and hare not tprnt a dollarnow for lur hare mother's prayers rise to the Great sad blow to the girl. Sho loved the reservo for the throne of God and the But this tato is like many others, to new. on I hem, and tbey look nearly at good aa Have bad bugglee of teveral olher White Throne, asking blessings on grand old place as a part of her very court ot Heaven, half of the balance be read and then "taken under adviso-ment.- " and And none eo good at the Colonbua ltetpeclfully, Uuggy Comptny'a bugglee. those she kwas leaving behind; and in self. She had never known another for streets, and remainder dfvfiletl by T. E. BeoiDXiX. herwab'derings, speaK of her as a lit- home. It was there her forefathers 4,096, the cubical feet in the room, Conyera, fleorgl. Mr. Quillhopper on wind nnd dust: tlo child, saying, "who will care for had dwelt more than a century ago. sixteeu feet square and sixteen feet (Ikxtlmik: Tbebugglea I hare bad of your aatliractbin. manufacture hare siren ue Claudia when I am gone, my little There her foud parents had watched high, will bo 30,843,700,000,000 "Yes, gentlemen, that was rather a They arelhelmt Ihateeter entire for Ike Mine uaed severe storm here a few days ago, but amount of money. Youra truly, one, my poor little girl? O, my Sav- her day by day with loving pride. rooms. 1). CbLum, Liveryman. "Wo will suppose the world always wouldn't compare with some I've Joplln, Mlaaourl. ior, Thou hast promised to be a Fath- There her infant lips first learned to Why, a wind came along here to the orphan and I leave it all lisp tho name of her Creator; and did and always will contain 900,000,. seen. er OkxtliuiS' I have been connected with tbe with Thee. Poor little Claudia, what there rests the remains of her loved 000 of inhabitants, and a generation a few years ago that lifted a street car manufacture of and dealing In bunglee fur flrteen Ah I no wonder her loving will last thirty-thrc- o Your wiH'becoma of her now, when mama ones. years clear from the track, and held it yeara. but It work doee net look Ilka inoit factory and work, einoothlr flnlthed In wood. Iron 2,700,000,000 persons. Then sup- against tho side of a house for four painting and trimming. Material uted In the is gone;" and repeating the passage of heart ached sorrowfully at the thought tho dead who of that home so soon becoming an- pose there wero 11,230 such worlds days. Another time I saw a barrel Columbui Huggy Coiupany'a bugglee hat proved to Scripture, "Blessed are be of tbe bent. Tbey run light. Kvtry oneln detblt county who bave bought your buggletare equal to this fu number oi inhabitants of nshes picked up at tho Union dio in tho Lord, for their works do other's. pot, just as I was leaving for Denver, well pleated; they give tne iietl or tatitlacllon. Bitterly she wept as the busy days and duration of years then there Her follow them," she fell asleep. Youra truly, R. K, Warr. Winchester. Ilia. last thought was of her daughter. sped by before the New Year. Oh I would be a room 1G feet long, 16 feet and I'll be hanged if that barrel Her's was tho last name she called, what a gloomy, desolate begining of wide and 1G feet high, for each per wasn't carried every foot of the way out there, and then dropped in a back and alter speech forsook her, her another year tor the soul of Claudia; son and yet there would he room. yard owned by a brother of the man Dealer for Lincoln and Garrard Oos. rested lovingly on her agonized she visited each favorite nook of eyes A Sign Which Conquered. who had it in St. Louis. And dust I hannv nlav crounds: child while tho feeble pulse throbbed childhood's n twl uAwnttrfiilltt Kit liner who is Why, one dav while I was shingling A Wayne county farmer, !i Innr Ullll oui IUIT1UIIJ UT IUC slowly, slowly, and the heart beat VtdU IVti much annoyed by tramps, camo to and the breath went as softly graves of her dead, and returning to Detroit a while ago and had halt a my house, I nailed tho shingles all faintly loot Hay and silently as the fall of a rose leaf. the house, sho went to her mother's dozen signs of "Small pox Beware!" over tho roof, and thought it took a wnile, million, rlgUtlilndloaicu and near Iron! foul lata; orra vj lo?i nana men; Well, aud gazed sorrowful Stanford, Lincoln Co., Ky. I canabt portray tho silent, bitter room tho baro wallsinand empty silence painted to post up on his house and great Iman shingles to do it. found I Cbat. llunn,Jleateuaer Chief, thein tire of Marvrl. when camo to investigate, I Hired br space. misery fof th"e burstinc hearts of the upou I record 2i;liud .M.ttenger, I grounds. Although ho had one on them on to the dustl old; lUnaO.. 2:20 gilt all yean;ISMgait atMcD.yeart title fia family and tho almost hopeless grief A great heart sob shook her frame as either side of his gate, thoy had not had been nailing " Another time But a bystander gilt at S yeart; Abel Abdallab, XMUnllat 4 yeart; she stood mournfully looking at the of Claudia, sho knew then that all gilt at 4 yeara old, and other "Fox Mare," when a rover pass considerately killed him, and tho Re- good onea. been up two hours the sunshino had died forever out of place where her mother's easy chair ed between them and knocked on the data by Sentinel, record cording Angel had timo to sharpen or litvon jirniin. reroru z;n,TUffi, andlbetlie reveuny iuuidi her sad existence, nnd could not be had always sat, and said, "dear door aud asked for food. her pencil. St. Louis Hornet. by Commodore N. W. Klteon lor iu,uw; Ansho was mama" how far away I will feel now comforted. She realized that nette, Tii'A; Young Heotlnel, t.K; T. A., 1U; you see those signs on the Didn't Vltandlere, T.WA; allgnon, .),-- , now indeed alone in tho cold, treach- that I am leaving even your grave. gate?" demanded the farmer. Two young ladies were accosted by flrand cenllnel. J2Slfl Sentinel. (I'ate't) :M4. 2.10. to tbat ttiodt erous, unfeeling world, with no guido, I know not whither my feet may stray, a gypsy woman, who told them that Sentinel la full brother It Volunteer, 81. Julltn, "Yes'r, but 1 can't read." atSoOO tbeaeaton, and tbe aire of life seemed so long but I must now go forth from thy no comforter, and The next one said he was near for a shilling each sho would show renord, Jll!, endoI'Mutheia with record, of 230 to hersow; so sad, so full of gloom. sheltering roof a lone and homeless sighted aud thought the signs read them their husband's faces in a pail of or Letter. 2d dun by Aleiander'e Abdallab, the tire of look down from Mother, Sho bftdlnowno counsellor; no one wanderer. uoiaittllin Ham, reevru 2:11; "for sale." The third had had small water, which being brought they ex- Tborndtle, 2:); Major K.U1II, tbOMiiou, 7:tij,; 2 VI; hi. Kliuo, to gmootho the.- rough places in life's your home in the sky and bless, ah pox and was willing to nurse the fami- claimed, "wo only see ourown faces." 2 SO. AleitLd.r't Abdallah by ltytdyk't ruggedpathway. Her soul was bit- bless me ero I go." Tho fourth had been vaccinated "Well," said tho old woman, "those and the lirethe gran I aire of Maud r) . record Ortnge ot lextfr.2 V, Kettle, 2:11; "Old home, Farewell. Not a sha- ly. terly plunged in utter gloom and in anil was rccRiess. lno tutu nan a will be your husbands' faces when you Ulri.z.zu; tlii'lie, z:l, jay uuum, z:lf, anew otbera with record of 2.SU or better. her despair she prayed to die. When ded knoll, not a beauteous dell, ia all remedy to sell; and tho sixth, after are married. Sd dam by ited Jacket, be by (oiuet, and he by sho saw her mother borne away and your spacious grounds that has not getting away with a cold bite, turned Ited Jacket'a iaut wai tired by Sherman Morgan witnessed some merry prank, whose a ball brother lo llltck Hawk thocasket hut from her sight that 4tb,.dim an extra road mare, brought from the will, in after years, make me to his benefactor and said : v II VJ ,0 . wail told memory n loved form, n iur l.liic, .i.iirr .vu.tj, Jhj- , mua "If you want to beat the boys knock laid to be of Meetenger bloud. Mreenjcer Chief thoiauguish she felt. Tho funeral for n moment, young again. I must down them signs and put up ono read wit tired by Atoiarab mot, me tire 01 rictru. record or 2.W, trial 11M- - ited Jim, over, friends one by one left, leav- leave thee sweet haven of my early ing, 'Help wanted. It never tails to In 2.28. ing Claudia alone with her uncles. It days, but I carry with me a love keep em jogging straight along. lit dam br Mambrlno Meueuxer. the (rand tireoftJcott'lThomai, record 2:21, aod tbetlro ofLowas then the long, long days of drea- which the storms of this world shall wln-lran. lhe farmer followed the advice, Cherished home of 2d dim by Mambrlno Chief, Ibe tlieol lady down to never weaken. ry woe would sink her heart call since. Tboroe, record 2:IS): Woodford iltmbrlDo,2.21)i; my youth, my heart strings cling aud he hasn't had a tho deepest-woofeonow. Her fathMambrlno lllot, 2.27; Darknen, 2.274J; Mambrf. Detroit Freo Press Brlgnolla, no Star, 2:28.';; fay Henry, when his mother around the still, and er .was v t.nuThere is no doubt that some people Srddam by Imp. Napoleon, known at the fox pafsed away. He was lying in a crit- "There It a pan In my heart and ray brain It on lire, hunting horte of Kugltnd. are so made that they can t possimy ical condition at his home in Ken- I feel what uir tongue nor ray iwacll can tell 4th dam by Tcupcet; lit uttering my lot, long lingering farewell." 5th dim by Tiger Whip; believe in the miraculous. CoL Iuger- tucky, and Claudia expected at any 6th dim by Darniby'a Wioiuede, soil, for example, not only denies the timo to hear of his death. His fine 7th dim by Cannon't Whip; 8th dim brhhtp'a 1'arigon. Mjr story is (Irawing to a closo and supernatural, but does it honestly. constitution triumphed over disease, Abdallah Pilot wit tired by Alennder'i Abdil-laI trust my readers will deal kindly The only trouble with him is that aud.howas restored, Claudia still lit dim nitudlua by Mambrlno hlef, made her homo with her uncles, en- with my efforts, and remember I havo whilo he claims the right to think for 2nd dim the Mirth mare, by Parker"! Brown lllot, (dam ofitotallnd, 3.1V,). Mambrlno Mitten, affectionately to perform not attempted to write a novel, but himself he denies the right to others deavoring ger wai tired by Meiubrlno Paymatter, tbe aire ot the duties that had fallen upon her; merely tried to tell the clouds aud unless they think just as he does. His Mambrlno Chief. Dam by Van lUntaller'a dray Metwiiger. He It half bruthor lo Oollah and Iota, hut how often sho would find herself sunshine, the smiles and tears of u right is the right to deny, and when and many ol the nrtttroltcrt. lola wat regarded In berdty aaoneol tbe betl trotting inarea living, to the task and unthinkingly young life. Perhaps my heroine, like any ouo exercises the right to believe unequal Mambrlno Paymttter wat tired by old MaiubrI thoso romances, should have no, and be by Imp Meaaenger. starto ask mama. Then the bitter from inthe scene with happyretired he simply ridicules him. There is mar- just as much bigotry in free thinking a reality stared her in the face and her MESSENGER PltfNCE ! Anion! the imillclnnl tiirAiia cf nrmtlnz She had friends riage. Such however is not tho case. as there is in orthodox thinking, in heart bled atrcsh. a Moiumh Illllcit tlnmlt :i.i', . near and dear who endeavored by Many friend mid to tho tranquil en- gersoll's position about the supernatuIt ilittW tli fmlluT iirvgrrt Bay Bullion, no while; foaled In 1879; bred by f all il.inliT of tin Hmunch, Imr nnd loving precepts to cheer her lonely joyment of her life, nnd sho has cheer- ral is illustrated as follows : A clerI Jncoln ImvtvK imiiw tho vital prrrcula and Cbat. Dunn, Htanford, Chief. county, Ky. hired by Meaaenger hours', and assist in every difficulty.biit fully accepted an "old maid's" fate gyman interrogating a Sunday school iviiii'du t ''lulu nmjfeur. Himtut 1)10 ncmity by Alcalde, tire of Ilylat, record, 2:21; lit dam of lli- k'lluotft. rouuleracte n timlenr) the' main spring of existence was and spends her timo profitably keep- class of boys said, "What is a miraKnlgma, Fa ry. Day, 2.30. mill n n gviitiino tiny and tolaco to 2d dam by Foreigner; , gone. There was one friend, the most ing houso for two bachelor relatives, cle?" "Dunuo." "Well, if tho sun i nml i. 3rd dim, ltoie Mary, by Imp. rloverelgn) I'ormlob- nil IriiirlttniiilPralira constant of all Ah I hqd it not becu enjoying tho quiet life she leads and were to shine in tho nitddlo of tho 41b dim by Imp. Leviathan; Slh dam Juliet by KokIuho; gvuerally. night what should you say it wat?" for him her future would havo indeed is conteut. For C It dim Ulank by blr Arcby; 711) diui by Imp. I'tycbe, by Blr l'cter Telle; been n blank. His tenderness made "There are thoieof Hi klndret anj beat "I should say it was the moon." "But Wliuie nutlet, llku Iba lunibtne, iUII light! tha S'h dim by Haliby lurdeeua; if you were told that it was tho sun ABD ALLAH GLENCOE! tho only, suushino of her sad lot and to III. Vth dint rlprranui, own titter lo Ballruui, by countelther wouuded Krllpto led'fier'onfi) u trust Iii a brighter day On wboliter Iwar with her feeling spirit mar rtitthe what should you say it was?" "A While aud l Jon lotli dim by Vlngo,b Hmp; wbufe." lie." "I don't tell lies, my boys. Now iu the dim distance. Yet, she thought lltli dim by lllack and all lilitL. by Crab; I2lli dim Mlttbluraerkln, by young True Illue; (Till: KNU.) suppose I assured you it was the sun, of Raymond DeVeign now nnd wonOxford, Dull Arabian; Ulb dam by Itoyal dered why no word cf coudoleuco had lltli dim by Dr. Archy'a what would you say 7 "inai yer Tim Uiiuhch Bull Nuibanck. lairo; reached her from him. Although wU.t quito Mber." Foreigner waa tired by Imp. Ulenoe Seldom docs a mouth pass without an llltdaui, Corrlaa. waa a tin rate mare at all knowing him carcles, and entirely dlitanre. For her performance tee Turf Itrgltttr. A Kentucky mountaineer, with devoid of all affection for her, still she indignant remonstrance appearing in Alcade waailred br Mambrlno Chief. print against city church bells. Somo- - venerable MV (t)MIIINE.' clothes on, AIIUALLAII lit dam by Pilot, Jr., tbe tire of John Morgan, could not believe him destitute of feel ' t will ttind aeaaou at wy recrd,2,2l; 1' lot Temple. 2 2lv Tackey, 2Ji); timM ,he. complttlimnt h a lazy sinner COming to Frankfort the other day liLKNtnK, milei Iroiu the Tattler, 2.26; Queen of the Wett, t.UK,. tleiitnl liutlun, lie. Lincoln Co., lablr, 2Jt lug toward one who had leen almost .. . a tr ul Ann all Inw nn NtiinMf) v , i iv liit Bbennan, 2.2W,; and tbe grand il Maud u wuu ...., and hearing eomo sporting men sneak Ky.outnu llutionvi'ie and l.nerly turnpike, record 2:I0U; Mambrluolilft, 2 lire Voltaire, 2 H., a mother to turn, ana it stung tier to ...... ........ ... ..v,. 20; DOM, ATTKX due when A KS sotnotlmes a weary saint who merely ing of Blackburn and bis speed a a f.hy. Ilylat, 2,2 IH; Billy lloaklut, tho quick to know he should caro so To Iniure a roll. money the mare Toret Twi, Hiacit riioi.j.ju, to Im luiu. Sddamby Blatkiurn'a Whip. littlo tor her mother. Sho was iudeed demands peace on tho day of rest; but racer, spoke out; "Good God I I nnce Iu foil. Trading the mire furMli theII II A and iiiaket the traton money duu. A uo matter who is the listener tho didn't know afore that theUuvuer of abo bortea will make Ibe ttaaon of 1831 glad to havo escaped so merciless a (II.KNt'UI. Ua nark Uy, It liandt and S Iu. atThe 11. Duuu't, Vf wllit from httuford, on t'li to jar this State was n hossl I come down eh ft high, yrara old lie haa lrnttr.1 Iu 2 4) over 'Iluib Branch l'lke,'roue mile from Bleuford and I fate and in her heart of hearts she sound of tlio church bell seems In mi. ilow track with two inori'ba handling. ljuraitir Pike, and S nil lei from Stanford and thanked the Author of her being fur the nerves and make lifo miserable. hore fur to git a pardon fur my wifo's IfeuaipruvciibluiMiragood breler of combined ianviue pive. AiMjananiiiettei'Kerit ev (u aoiu Why tho bells are ruugut all is tuoro aunt's husband: but I didn't know bortee, liavlng iiroiluce-- l (llem-o- of the luit walker a mate In foal. Meatenger I'rlnie at IIS lo such a happy termination lo their InthaMate. Abdallali wat "l red by J 00 luiuiea mare In foil. Money dm at aoonaa the Abdallah, foolish love uffair. Sho did cot retain than one can explain to the satisfao- ftf()ro hoeriu' you gentlemen spcakin' dallah, ho he by M. Kliuo, be by Alrder'a Ab- fact la ascertained. Addreaa by llaiiibletoulin; lit dam by Willie; WlXalilJj I.lmoln county, Ky. O. IIONN. one'snark of that blind affection and tlou of tbe reasoning mind. Two that tho Guvner was a hos. Kin he 2nd dam by a i, pfllgrte unkuowii, bttnlord, double-bra- d lluixard she dono so, his neglect, now that hundred years airo no ouo knew when understand you what you say to him?" 3rd dunAanlothorougli-lirv.had mare. lilt brtedlng quallilee, I refer t tho she was so desolato, would have done to go to church unless he caught the Just here the whole bar room full oi following griilleiueii. J J lirye, J K Iliugh. DRUGS AND QROOERIES. man, K. M. Tucker, Calvin Cureiiter, I Ulna, the work; and been a turning xint in sound of the bell, but nowadays, while men took spasms, and the mountain-ce- r Col. J. W. Wealherford, lluttouvlllr, J.aud K. II. clocks can be had at a dollar each, went out to hunt tho "Guvner." -- Uurutlde, Utanford. Ou and after AralL I, 1882, 1 propote to tell only love. her My alack ol Drugt for caih or couutry produce there is uo possible excuse for the ear State Journal. and Urocerleali lull aod comtlite, and marked BOB MoELROY, ICHAITKU TWKUTH. splitting clangor that prevails during My One Juk, will alto tlind at the aaum )'l.ie dowu lo the lowett cull Biuret, conteUeiilly I Alilijrelclun In Uattitaore, MJ rava: "I uiuat bave tbe uiuiuy for tbem, or tutu arllclra 0 Claudia's father had so much im- - portions of Sunday. Let tho churches produce at I can handle, auch aa lumber, Umber, conaiiler Drown' Iron Hitler the Irtirat proved In health, after tho interval of seud their bells out to the tulssioiia J and heat medicinal tonlo lor liwt health To lnture a uitre lu foal, on aim conditleua aa ttirraaud all Ibeuroductaof tbefaru aud dairy, above. For tlte, aolou aud tlyle Hill Jack Ii un. iaic. (live ueacall. eevuntl'fmonlli8, that he resolved to re- ries; the heathen aro tho only people and neneral debility that can be comKiiml. i; N. Illlllll, turiiaiwd, April, mi Bbilby City, Ky. K. N. 1'IIH'KI.I,, et from our pretent knowledge of dru(i." turn to his old home once again. Ko who can enjoy the racket. Ai-18lthli3nffriirori- li , icy X. mmmm IKlHEVKORlD. CONDKNSKn TltnOUIlll TIMR TARM; To all Lovers of the Trotting Hono, ua-sai- f 1 UUBSTHBT Ill Itytdyk'allitiilletonltn IDa nf S Imlleri wtlh reenrdi Wller thin 2 M) Dam, Kill by Hie relebraltd linller, lng lilamt lllack Hawk. He by Hie renowned trotting lmrer, Andrew Jtrkann, O.f AND Af rKIt HtlNDAV, A PHI I. M, IMJ, CHiteflhenoled Imltlna vnir fully Miller, by Tlppc riilb, artndion nt Imp Metetifer, 2nd dam will rnn aa fullowti Train, by Son nf Diime, by Imp Dlnmrd, Snt dun br lflln'a leenger j Imp, Hemw Tlilthlali TIIAINH hOUTII. bred liit I retting iltlllon, wat bred In Orange Will mike the aeetnn nfltiial Ibe Trainifii, Day Aein Nlgt N V ing Rlal.lea of W A llnnell In Danvlllo Kr, at el Fx. NnJ hx. NTATIONM. nr rry low Mk.n. P.M. P.M. the In lnture price nf and Till: NKAiMlM, are nt here Intereatol Breeder IVI live". tTnclnnitl (I) ... "Ion TTi reepeellnlly Invllcd lorall and ee the horte trol, ..... H. HA.XTI'.H Itl.AI'K. AdJrrw It1 IM IN " Walton lleinen llmie, iMntllle, Ky M.2m " Crittenden . i.t S 81 8 0J . . " Wllllaimlown an 10 IS 1 HI " Sadlevllle. . IS ... ...'MMOIS " (lenrgetown . .m.. ATI 24 ft 41 II 09 STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, ' I'llnttnnrj) 71 1 Aft 1 10 II 31 7(1 II M " MlehoTitvllle DKItlTHT HTANFdRD, KV, " High Hrldgert). trail II 44 a Ii I2M " IlirmlthiirgJunrllonlt 10--1 101 S24I2M " lunvine ... . ut IIS 3 11 I2M 11 ...tWIKE, Danville Junction (11. . lift 111 IM . ' 'NurwiaKl. . .. 181 144. . Ill " Minierwl .... IVI SOU naL m SJi " Talevllla ....... 17 a Mi t JO Mnnnnienl 7 flicrowoud . 3 08 lleadltonea, " rumlwrland Falla. ... im in I ...tick's i.niiililctoiiii.n ! tin T till .. . " Chllwid .. ...... " lllrn Mary ' llockwocxl, . ' Cprlng City Dayton lloycw .. (C). ......... . . 201 HI Tin Ml 1 m. 810 a 87 14.1 Ttb'elt, Ac MaiMe leil an-- ' IB 3.1 AelS 7 0DI 7.10 Work ! 40 7 11 ! WT'SM ,310,1020 '3.1.VI0 3.1 II S3.1 4 11 el all klndi hetlly Arr. Chtlan.oga THAINS NIIIITII. SIS a 30 fPv- - 'pfliBM f.elli.ii nlecl e.1 k'jef- ! lie end on pilc-tlon """ " HTATIOM. Lve. Chattanooga Mnyr. . .. " tJc'loeClly. ellKkwiMd. lllen Miry. Chltwood (Iroenwmid - Dayton (t...... . ... "ifir DtyiAriuiMit III f Ki be A.. P.M. rx. . 0i II1 7 00 7 10 10 8 8 3S ly M Til Til1 I301 in, - Shot-Peg- s. ....in, - ' ill tt eMe-b- Cumberland Fallt . " Tate?llle " Honierfl.. - ...... .... . IU 10 211 1111117.. ... IM II II . IM 1131 . 114 177 I IM. 710 IM isnl IU, S7I 10 88 ill 41 . . III BR0WHS . t: ji llarrudiburgjunrtliin(l) M 308. .....367 X 20 High ltrldge(3) tU 30, 111 3 41 ... ' S II Nlcholitvill 4 03 4 Ml V " Uxlngton (2) 4 82 TM I3i ' (lenrgetown 111 481 Htdlevllle 837 " Wlllliutitown ... MO 1X1.. 310 887 88 " Crllleeden ...... " Walton '318 Oil lt '.m 7 0ol..l 7 0o Arr. Cioelnntfl II). ... - ' ' 'Norwood DanvllUJuaetlon 13). Danville Pi . ... 117 121 2M. 24l III. 1311 ill? 341 284 1239 1218 120 IRON BITTERS HltOW.Vfl IHO.V llITTnitS oro a cvrtnlii euro fbr nil iIImciuhvi rofulrliiK n coniiilrta tonlui rspo clnIljrIti(llKVNtloii,l;aprntl(v, Intermittent lVvrrs, Want of Api-lltIxm (if Hlrctictli, ImvU. of Kncritr, etc KnrlcIiM tlio liltxxt, ntrctiRth. cn tlio mucclcis nml nlvot now 1Kb to tho ncrvrei. AcU llko n clinrtu on tho tllRe.tlro orgntu, rcittovlnre nil ilrniteptlo ancliiM taatlnp; tlio ftxxl, llelclilni;. Heat In tlio Kloinnvli, Ileniitittrn, etc Tlio itiily I nut rrrpnrntlon Hint will not lilncLen tlio teeth or Klvo lirnitnt'lic. Kolil y nil I)rtiK rIkU nt l.(H) n iKittto. ...... (M.. ;. ' machine-manufacture- Wbire lime It not given tnina do net ttup. Meal ilatltnl. I. Connect! will, ill rillroedi renteilng at Clnclanitl.lor tbe Noitk, Ym and Wctt. 2 Connecli with 1.1'. A ' 1. and K. C. roada. S Kentucky Hirer Hildge. I. Connect! with K. W. It. It. ht llarrodtli ,rg I. Connecli with U A (I a It. It. Connecli with ill diverging llaet lor all point 1 In tbehoulb, Nu brait Night F.ipreet and Accoraninla-llo- i and Houlhweit run dally) other Irtlnt dally eirrptSendeyi K. P. WII.1(lN,(lenl. I'a-- i Agl. H. WOODWAIID, Huerlstendenl. CONDKNSKD TIME. i IIAII.HOAI M.VK. TKAINH Lve. Illchmood... rt, (IOINO NOUTII. Maacu I, ImI, 1 tluu. " lancaitrr " Uvlngiton " ' " Nttntord .. . ... . . . IINim l imowx ciii:.ur.ia co. an InA Pllte, mfi 1 Crib Krcbard. .. " Lchanon.M.. .. " New Haven.... Arr. Jbaooa Junction " (Inelnnatl Juoctlou... . lAuiivllle. Kbelbr Otr. Dinvllle Junction Mltchelliburg ... ..... - 7 10 ai IN" " 10 IM " SS 1. O. ae (ktl .! he wuwl BEWARE OF IMITATIOHB. lbilllin'(in. Mil. a. r.m, u. aw4.r4r t., ..taiMf rw.e I0O8 .... . ...-- . - ... .... It OH It If 12 17 2 10 2 23 w " " TUTT'S PILLS the lleacl. with a uull eenaatlon la the bao' part. Vain under the bhoulder blade, fullneaa alter eating, with a dlaln. cltnatlon to exettioo cf butljr or mlnit. Irritability of temp-- r. Low tplnta. with feeling; of harlne UeIectel tome duty, Wearlneta, Untloeti, fluttering at the Heart. IloU balore the ryra. Yellow tJktn, llenflaolie ceueiaily over the right ere, Iteetleiineai. with fitful dream, highly colored Urine, and TllAINS (IOINO SOUTH. Maacu I. liTT Lve. luiivlll .. . Lve. htanford.. " Crab Orchard... Arr. LlvUgtloa ... . I.ve. I.anca,ter . .. !"! Arr. KlehmofM. GEO. I. WEAKEN, ' 2 IA n m "".. ... . ' .i. bun, t 30 a m " TORPID LIVER. Loumf Appetite, Ucwel coitive, l'aln In SYMPTOrrlS OF A ...! 2 80 S 3H Abdnllah Messenger! PULLMAN PALACE CABS To Mimphli, Little IUe . Mobile, and New Orlemui. Montgomery, Emlgrinla toTeiu have tbeircholceof twoioute-viMempblior via Nl Orlrant. Tim teuth qulcler and ratea lowir than by any otbtr route. It la alio the CONSTIPATION. TUn-- H aucti raaet, 1,11 e itoe eflecla audi a ctiance, t, ntlniiltli llir aulTerer. of 11, They pM.lte.anit cwute the bt.ty lolnrrna ,it I'le.l. tho tne lyttrm It ltlie r t Tottlr Aellwil un Ibe Mnitrlthe.!. and lllsralltf llrantnt. Ketritlnr Mnala nr pro. Uucrd. Pi e U iTiili aa Murrny M. N. Y. QUICKEST, 0HEAPEST AND BEST Koutelo all polnti In Mlttuurl, Kaniaa, llllnoll. Indlina, Iowa, Nebratta, (Warado. Alktniat. Only one cbtnge to Cbleiga, tot Loolt and IUt For fuither luformttlon aluut llckela to Ibe South, Kantai, Culorulo, an en limit rttea 10 den. Patt. and Ticket Agl., Ialivllle, Ky Or F. J. Anthony, Agt., etanloid. Ky. "BLUE-ORAS- Florida, ald.-e- 4,. I'. AT 141111:. TUT a S ROUTE " - 1 KENTUCKY CENTRAL IIOUTK II T- O- (laav llitHen WmiKKiit rhtngeit loiOuiMr JILtiK by a irn..i'pl.i it jn uf una Drav Him a natural co.jr acta Inttantanevutly Kold y Drugiiata or tent by eiprna on receipt of II. , ort-irras jiihkay skw h4 e Vti..ti (p.. an.lbaitrii tBrt tail ,t(llMln. Mill. i'S HAIR DYE. st. i.inu toric SELF-CURE. TU K MOST DESIHABI.K FREE! REUABLE A heart-broke- V- .4 CIJiCINKATl! TIIKONLY LINKHUNNINtl ,nowreilrediforllicureof3reweiai7lll, Leeg .ddriii mott not.4 and tliccwtful yprciallvta f.ftnrla rhwtlrttwi nr Ml nf Ih. In U. H. lb JfuMAe.l.llenliMeaauaei. " Drngguiaruflll.i. UplalnwaledanvtlupeVee. OR. WARD & CO., louUIiaa. Me. rv l, FREE PARLOR CARS BET WEEK ll sot-prese- nt - tf; rouauT"OTTrnmc It. IL I in T.uxliiirton nml .CliKilitiittt 1. TIMK TABLE, IN F.FFKOT MAKC1I 11, IMI- :- h. 1 fitfrtRS HoiU-ttrr lorhcu-lnntl.iufli-iiiht-oh- leilnguo . " iyvtiie. ' Pirla.. " Ciullilioa... " Faliuoulb Arr. Qucloniil. . Leave Islington al I.M Lve. Till 8.18 p. m. , T18U i S.-- a n- - i.11 p ui nn nwnnio nrtirfw uuM bt. i.on. v ntmtui iMnH MUuijrU. rrB iiiinmifl mWi Lka "-- - ' IkLlea mm A r im Oiarlta ellaOekteM lewMOAa IMMIfMft, wfrfMIIS rrw1Sf IffwIUfr n?e.lrMrM. 4J.nrrtirm. htmkUiiU v llrrrurltu i mptttmUf ttt-- l Aefcrflw bU6 ifM, ve IU I tan wtejw .11 ejaj ejril I !.'- UMi lMt l w ((ff4 -- J te.fi eieMllteil UVklUeCkt tV IBklL trm t,mptn Ikm4 y4 it vi4n M4tw4rteeB7lhlUIWiTeylffMlt4, II ! m4 Irwa. , . Hlk Me. M. UU, IIU. IIITTM. KTAIILIillEU OVKU THIWTY YKAItlL 'ltwl f JLi'UUft It 0 A4lr, am1 SI'S . ml 8A1 a uii a.fc) p ui llf.00 a in I U lli(S ami 6 W p 111 pu p. m and arrive at May. Free Parlor Car leavea Leilnglon it 2:18 p. m. and leavoa Cincinnati at 2 p. in. lrwDlW aVaklteMUeM 4 Mf ihtfMfiff taueMWetW4. Uklt u4 rUlcitlr arel. ft, j (U.B mmU), fl. la.t taMHtla (ikkMtaiwfffrfUM,0l,i (UUalaf aMMlatl, II. Mejftl tault la UaUak MfatitM. lUaTM lie lJT I iJaeT 8wwwfaakaf leik Urn. 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