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Semi-weekly interior journal: May 26, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882052601_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: May 26, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 'Id i; i i VOLUME Stmi-Mrclil- u emi WuU ytic ri-- 4 & rT sir tiefii 20, 1882 mtfiiaL NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER i X.-NUM- HER 510. ' Stanford, ky.. Friday, may 46. raeritwioiiiL. "Hardening" tht Bod. Jf Retained editor. oi Medicine. s 32 .VARJOH. Qcn. Jlobcrt C. Bchcnsk, exMlnis-Ic- r A young man was an earnest ndvo on Tho retaining of a leador-writc- r WAI.LACR T.W.VARHOI. to England, instead of being very cateof a theory that the human body n great London journal, melt &i thd T. W. W. B. V AHNON, T337S733IiE3E-.STime, tho Telegraph or tlio vim, is a decrepid, as has lecn represented in can accommodate itself to any temp A.'XTOIlP33VH AT 3..A.W. Cditor and Proprietor. W. P. WALTON, KY. BTAKKOHD, peculiar foaturo in.I.tiBlish journalism. nowsimncni .nmwars to boJn good craturo in which it may be placed. ThoLARGEST STOCK of WAT0HES.0L00KS, JEWELRY T. R. WALTON, Ife ' -- tatal to Ono winter ho determined to harden Office In Owiler A Bon' M bollJln-i- ip ililri. Butlmtl Manager. If n writer shows marked ovidenco of physical 4orulit-i- i, AM) NlI.VI.IlWAltK merit, or if lio lifts tlio ability to write your cor'relpondcdf tliat ho.liad been himself by wearing no covering for his II. O. XAUFFMAN. r.A.w, Ever brought to tbis market. Prices Lower than the Lowest. Watches, Clocks and exhaustively and inn graptiio man- - L'ivcn tif ,irtpi irfonlhl nfco M tncura- - cart; they wero badly frozen on a veVuMlnlint Tiimtliiw nitil IVill CANCASTKIt, KV. tier on sonio ipecial class of subjects, bio with might's dicao of tho kid- - ry cold day, and were tender for sevJewelry Repaired on short notice, and Warranted. County Altorner. Will Iiq is retained, ai it is termed; that is, noys, (wbenhis physician,, told him to eral years after. Ho grow wis., and Mulrr Coramltlonr d1or ritrrtnl aixt siljolnlng pnrtlcaln ill lh CmirU HU.no A countiKnJ la tb Court of Appult. lio is paiil n stipulated amount each usoskiinrried milk !n. his only dtot. abandoned tho hardening process. r t -- i and tho Oorernor. year. Willi tlio paper, referred to, Ho says: "I tackled tho skimmed young woniati heard an eloquent lect THOMAB 1. HILIi, Jn., A Preacher on June milk,-stucto it, and hero I;atri nl ure on tho imporlnnco of fresh air in this it commonly 1,000 (85,000,; A.'X"rOIlNJ3V AX IAAV. from the Following is nn oxtrnct. 8TANH)III), KY. In receiving a retainor ho binds most oi 'ucw man.. I 'bslievo'thnt' chamber, nl nlcht. Tho lecturer said iJlolnlnj Will prictlr la tbt Coutlt ol thl sermon of Utv. I. H. Mcl.lroy deliver-.,- himself not to wrilo fur any other skimmed milk is a specific for Itrighl's there was no danger Irom a window Munllnicd In tb Colft t1 AppttU.nJ OIBc In t iliofltaBfonl L'resbvtcrion church publication on tho topics for tho treat disease." As to tho mo of milk plain, slightly opened; tho body would soon OwiUy A flon'i new build Injup itilrt. T7-.IIDFt, 1 , last Sunday night. Text, .Jonnh 1: cmnom nM on or unskimmed, m, tlia treatment of lanlch itself so as to resist the ellect f M, ALEX. AKDERBON, ' 10 11 f .''gaged him. In his leisure hours ho typhoid fovcr and other fevers and of of tho exposure She tried tho expe ATTOIINEY AT Z.A"V, Jonah loM these mi ors plainly writ(J on olhor uyecta M much lue.ircBiuiciii u ijiwgiy y win uuitfr rimtnt one cold nieht and caueut a TaVe fianklnf hli inttoot InSttnfirJ ind Ulnlly for their liberal lupport, and UANVILtE, KY., they must cast him into tho m or tho ,,0 bopealo retain It, a Ixhaaael UM a bul lllQ impyM ,tHier. milk, successfully., the writer had cold, which lasted tho entire winter. ihiarirtn thtaion,berora being called Will crictlc In th Onurti of nle tad idjolnlnf bo ved, novcrthc ess ,lam,in ,OTer,and it ship could not that ,10 mugl Uphlmsilf heard bofor6. drgeon,Gencrrtl IJjtrpga, Sho lost faith in hardening agaiitt countlMiod la tha Court of Appttlt. f tll to tliorouiiltl tho men rowed hard to bring it informed on ovcry plioso about three years ago, heard of an od cold. A young mother maintained MAOTBRHON PEYTON, land. In doing this they iiccin to of .,, pB'r,cuar question tho J!ma ought not to bo brought physician in Viriluis, whb, that children ATTOIINJJY AT I..AW. From the liett of Foreign Maker Thef will la cut atdraadeln Srt-laitjla. Ilia notto la: havo acted nobly.nnd have been praii 0? (j(j Xmt wis,1M ,im l0 writet,I)0n, it was alleged, novcr lailcd to euro i up too tenderly. Arms and legs ixd KX'ttnutii voiMMaitYaiUFiTr, Catting and Repairing neatly and promptly dona. "To Kxcel." LIDERTY, KY. desorvo to ,, mu,t ,)0 by many whereas they wnenover typhoid fovcr. As there wore jnauy ought to bo hardened in early yars, Will prictln-Iall tha Court or Cur tai adrMlnm Appeal. ' countlcl, and the Court lis copurod severely, lor wey, Cftcd u,K)t, (0 furnish nn editorial patients in tho United States Army and not be mado tender by warm cov joining attention Blrn In collection. ofOfflc o'rr to Hp?lal J Hoy dejervo prniso most wickedly. dyinfe with that disease, Geti. JJarnn erings in Winter. Sho lost her two it. T ncrca a aior mcr ! for shrinking from shedding tho blood mny )npn that, weeks and concluded to visit tho ancient Virginia children by croup and pneumonia, in DUv J. O. OAXU'ENTEH. of a fellow man without divino WRr-- 0.on months will pass by and no call 'doctor ilnfl learii hoW ho treated hislduced, as tho physician said, by . . j . . - KKNTUCKY but they deserve tho seVcroil wlj M ,,- BCrvico nnd at j typhoid patients. When he .met tho sufficient clothing. Sho gave up the STAhFOSP, )r censure mrpisiineiyruii-ui- , in cu- - ni)0lnor timo his pen will every day old gent emfttf, Uan.JJarncs inquired.' attempt to harden tho qthers, Office orr Ttoltt. 8. 1.Tlle'a ilore. Offica lionra cuteUod'H sonlenco against n clearly , The host way to harden tho body is from 7 to 1. .( 1. to I r. m. 7 to 9 r. m. demand. His retainer is not ' "What is tho modo of treatment by condemned criminal. Ihey ncted tlio !,,,, in liny hfm for what ho writes, which vau sucocetl?" nVii j t re to protect it well from extremes both . !!! I.EE T. HUPfMAN, wicked, part that is 1 by so many j;,t f ,m , t() rawnril lim for g plied tho vencrablo physician, "it's of cold nnd heat, and build up a ii.. i Christian jurio. iiour ?wn . himKlUlhoroiighly iinformed, mm,, to the simplest thing in the world,' all strong constitution by good food, good HUnGCON. t J3N'.riMT, BTANFOIlO, KV. ! AecutUho iKIldtflloJi when needed,,,1110 comRWBd ni you'vo got to dais to get tho patient's sleep nnd good exercise. Tho Scotch Offlc Month ilda Ualn StrMt, two dofara abota tha Myara HoUI. r arparnted iuTliun'tiifOMl UA bowels iu good order", Highlanders, with their bare legs, are stomach and rV'lct PuraNltroua Oxlda Uai aJinlnliUrtJ wsan rt ! stitution. rovcaled to Nonh immediate quired. For tho actual writing ho docs for and then fill them up withbuttcrmUk, victims to rheumatism. all thro' I tho imner'u) which he k attached ho add keep their stomachs" Ailed Aitli ly hIWHhT flood aad"wrtrUl II. O. MOHOAK, D. D. H. .T When We Wert Young. iiianetciL .reotmiiaai "whwi snoiirj .'...... .,i,,:,,,&ia ,,.,,-- , WENTIHT. thotalooo. that sail. 1 never Then the Summer mornings were Will tM in Blinford two vetki t :..i. nv.I.i.. OHhmI, . ly limit khall his? . net nays for itffi ii. I.....II.H1 n patient if he isn't already in n cul full .. .in detl.sn v '. .. it w.. . A. i' .. .1 of singing birds, always waiting of each month, froiu first Momlaf . Dental roomi a t i i em r hlood lKi9df uen. v.uj 'inr inn or leading editorial nrucie e.)w, anu iajuoi conuuion wnen T geiio mm. McA liUr A Urlgbl'i. Aaaph i. outside our windows to help us I egin In BUaltn.) AtHotel, oiertwo weeka of each month Uncaiter tSea blood of murder tiulilvUi tlio land nod $25 cacb,for the folk)win; articles.-l- n Siirgcdu General Uarnw tells your the day with happiness. Then flow- from third Monday. Dental room In MaMnllou-tho land canuo bo cleansed but by tht) 7Vinr4 ofllco it is sometiwes tho informant that ho adopted your but He ilin.1 Pur nltroua oxld 8M admlnltterrd - tr (Num. case, ou nn itnportantibjeet, "that tcrmiik trcalraent among tlio soldiers ers were born as it to accompany the when Decenary. tho.lMu'nf.nunlhattiiedlt. birds in their benevolent mission. mur35:33. Jobah was not guilty of twound even three lower Writers are ( in the army, aud has found it most CHURCH IIIBECTOBT. der, bul he Was guilty of a great sin, asked to cover tho samo ground, and efficacious. It appears that sonio too Then all our dreams were pleasant imaginings. Arabian JNichU inter UiivcJiiHt received ami will keep coiinlimtly on linnd a frcsli J. a Smx, Potnnd as tho prophet of Jehovah ho da t has irequcnuy iiappcnwi w at mo years ago he medical sci.enus.s o ( frol?c vj,jon8 of untroubled IhiQorilioclioiccHt ior. tJerTleeaeteryeundaymorntagandnlght. hi caw so clarelQoirjudgmonl of . er ! nrutic, "liv.ll .V aj.aio, lui.ara iw ll.uw .li " T,en Juu ,yas tu0 longe!,t and ili.00 MeellngaThunday nlgbta. SundaycBool The A. M. J. 8. Bluia, Buperlhundent. thailhesmariners in roYmiug" to s to tne uio oi plain sweet mK n,ine i contributions of nil thcscV't-i- ll of the , on Woman', mnn,i, rl. n.1r. Than Sunday Inlllaalooary BocletyS neeta hereMra. the lit T, T. that seulenc's did iust what thoto fully dovetailed together bytho revis- treatment of then hosp.ta typhoid fwo each month, at o'clock. Darle-Prealdent. wer0 nover depressed by bad who rcfjse to execute God 'a ing editor, who has selected tho best juries do, and concurred in the had n6 lodgement J. M. Baccx, Paator. Berrlcea .. sentence ngainst tho murderer, rob and most striking portions of each nr ment that rpilk not pnly is of wonder-f.flre- r icr. Then headache ncehhora mi -- 3STID BAPTIST. RT. Fourth Busdaya, morning and and our Wednesday bing jusllco of her pay and leaving the tide submitted to him. night. Prayer Meeting ful efficacy in typhoidal esses, hut in 1 hen I personal rheumatism was un Barrow Sunday School at 50 --.. M. B. E. land defiled with blood. Iu tho name When tins is done each writer is the treatment of fevers generally. known to us. Then insomnia had Buparlntendent. of uitv these sailors were enacting a paid precisely ns though his leader Courier-Journal- . ex Worth In br tba not been invented, and we wero not SNIIRISTTAN day. Preaching byoonirexatlon Cox AH r Hhlch they will great cruelty to all on shipboard, en- bad beeru printed, in its entirety. Dr. J. W. VJ err obliged to draw upon the apothecary on FlratLord'a Third Lord'a dayi Sunday School In a Pitiable Plight and dangering tho livos of tho entire crew, Hence the cost of sonio' of tho Titnrf' used for vials of sleep. Then we could at 9:15. Joa. Bererance, Hupcrlntcndcnt. l'ho recent exhibition of what just as men in many places are now leading editorials is ou. in inc , ,. , b CongrcfiSinan walk twenty miles a day without bOlJTH.-K- T. I. S.McFJ- nnESBYTEKIAN, shielding crimo at the expense of vir- - otlier largo neMnapon the writer of ... . , x. roy, paator. Sunday School at 9. 0. John W. ... .l t.t 0f KentueTtv. nlicei him uKuc. ti..h -- ii no- - (jum hi. K'-- j Uont, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on They are alHo agL'iilN Tor tho sale of irlattlngl'H HHpcrier -aiicu uii tuo, and practicing cruelty upon me . tho leading articlo commonly receives '. Woolen Goods and Yarn. light beforothe country, ened. Then tec were young. fHar- - j Wcdneeday nighta. community and Ummonwcnltli, under 25, and tho writer of following ones in n nitiablo Ho has succeeded in getting himself per a Jlncazine. tho tn.iueiicooi a sicmy seiminuniaiml ji.r. MC,lf ThcgQ r(.lMi u raay advertised in such a way that does It is not j ism1 falsely called mercy. excess indcivcndcnt of Boss i.s His Own House. He aro not commend him to men of eon.c ! mercy nor pity that shield, tho mur- - 110 retniner-- of what is paid 'for waltzed out of tho front door, follow- .STANFORD, KY. bul a shameful weakness and lorln work ),y our American journals. nnr where, ii is uuticuit to unuer " a anu two oi -V stand what feeling a man grnttfios in B'srmorai cowanucc, bukkiuk rolo of i"""1rioston Herald, r ftd. u e' V.! fl undertaking With a Full Corps of Teachers, duty at tho expense of publics peace Bombast Furioso. va. a Heating br Sunshine. f - p l;J w Thti iDitltiitlo- - opeo-- J Ita Twclllh and virtue. God says the murderer on ! t1rifil UIU3H, fclUJV Profemor K. S. Morse, of tho Kex Iimii TfUVH lalsiafnva VVUUHH IUI amO. the 21 Mnixlay In rplmlier laat. must be execated; tnat tho land can .! .w nr-- uung, .j u not bo deansed of bis cr mo but by his , Institute, has noviwii an ingenious fhe ' d;. foPr Twl!-t po .body expecU up of the fight A), I, TUB BRANCHES t)F A blood; and.wolhrlng-Gocui. ,on rangen,-n- t for utiiiting our n. tub i nonsa. m ourselves, When we reluso to execuw suns rays in wanning hT'C, washing, and there atnt a won .".;"" '.; have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcareri, of . that law by turning the cr minals, invention coi.Msts of mo in.1 THOBOUGHENGUSHCOURSE nnd will continue the Furniture and Under taking .....-- . -- "u . iu t " Iooo to endanger the livos oi gooti oincxeneti siaio unuer gmss At umht, M wall aa business nt the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel A very wicked Western scribe does and ujcfulmonorhhuttingthem upin tho sunny side or sides of a house, in a personal encounter, and therefore MUSIC, THE LANOUAOEU. DllAW-INprison to bo pardoned bv tho Governor with vents in tho walls so arranged it earns for rt man tho rediculotoand tn;s: .iju his lecturo in Now York will keep a building. stock or J. uriiitiire ol evAND PAINTINQ. world. It uf bo iftst Week Oscar Wildo said: 'When oiler tow years of confinement. Aud that tho cold airof a room js lot out at contempt of tlio cannot bo bent-e- n. ery description and sell nt llgurcs has n the bottom of tho slate, and forced regr;ltcdt hat a man of Mr. f Black; U wa3 jn Leadville and reflected that vol our My stock ol' Collins and Caskets will be compre.. v .. an me sniningsuver x saw cooiiug "'t law that is in ttireci (icnanoo oi mis in ngaiu m inu wii uy iuo urauumt ..u...o his also In TultUn, prlc rn lawofGoil.' cnoouraL'iue this. cowardly heated t column between tho slate nnd- forgot :.. personal dignity A as to, in- I roni the mines would' bo made into regular "" IW to 150 In th hensive. Shrouds and ltobcs always on hand. .. .;I1.. .1. .!. n.n.lA I .ioiary, TU; Intermedial! MnrtMn rcpnir Furniture nnd do enrpenter's job work. spirit that prevails nlrcady to on tho glass. Tho outdoor nir Ciin Ou UlllgU llirDilijr u aiuuu i iciouuai y civ dollars it mode mo sad.' When 130; I Deiiartmanta. and Collrtlat, KO. varaUy, 10. Cpurier. also, if desirable. The i a Chicaco man looked at an ugly silver nlarmingcxtcnt.and thrusting an open admitted, (Orders by telegraph promptly attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. For full partleolan , aa to Board, Ac., addreaa wite was is so simple nnu apparency huu- dollar and rellcctcd that his inaiitinto tho isca of Him who ralctli j thintr A Modest Candidate. MRS. H. 41. THCE1IKAKT. frluelpnl, " a ticket to Os UP K0'n- - ' B've over nations and visiteth kingdoms evident that one only wonders that It can-Tho writer, Sam Jforton, is Stanford, Lincoln Cc.Ky. ., no.n.w.y. with Mi curse. I rcier to mat siat-.na- s di,ia,e for lh. J .lq .not car a lecturo it roaue mm sau. for tire practicalness is demonstrated in cIecl0lfgo much for tho tito which makes impri-onmeTnANSATIOr FltOM TUB OMNIUMS. lifo a.f ubstitHte for capital punish rtho hcatiDg.o& the professors butl or tho do tho "Pretty wife kin," said Herr A. to bd fTho criminal dwerves orchis cottage at Salem, fho jaluo oj incnt cq door me. his young neighbors, "give me yeh a V" should not improvement for daily to bo imprisoned foftiire he STANFORD. KY. kisslct. I ask only curiosity out of, 7 . PIT.18,0" ,T", "."-...J!boT)umsnednTore' than thN, but if he ' buildings like churches and OF-am 1. - liliu- - u great, uuat ui iiioui, becauso I gladly know would whether which, when allowed to get U rlpnrlv miiltv of murder. God aaya I houses, E. H. BURNSIDE, - Propr. but not so much as 1 do ot myselt. it from your mouth sweeter tastes ho must bo executed or hi-- will hold cold between uiing, consume immense My opponents aro. all men of means, vou for his quantities of heat before they aro fair- for I heard a man say that one of them than that of my frau." "Ask tho yoiniuonwcalth rojpojuiblc only ray husband, ho has your dear This Old and Well Known is evident.. Of crimo, aud he will ultimately visit it ly wanned agaiu, Hotel Still Maintains its wis tlio wcadc-- t man iu tho country. frau many a kiss given, he must it High Reputation, with his curse. His curso has begun courfo somo oilier means oi ucatiug Consequently they are able to get know." Nelson Kecord. AND land, nnd the end fs must bo available when the suu tiocs beat, and then have something to fall to work in our not vet utiles wosnan icnrn a lesiuiiinoi smuo. iiuuuuioouuh i.jji.ud back on. while I have nothing but Bishop Payrio is 90. In asking the Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Second to bo Country from the example of tho great Kulcr say iu the ur XMortuwest, toe sun my good name. Now, gentlsmcn, Methodist Conference at Nashville to Hotel in the State in its Fare, who pities, from tho very depths shines a greater part of tho timo, nnd voters of Miller, elect me, nnd let ray relievo him from further active ser of all Appointments, or Attenyears of his great heart of hive, pities tho henco tho saving of artificial heat only son proudly boast that his old vico, he declared that sixty-fivtion to Comfort of wicked whim be visits him with his would bo very large if tho sun heat daddy ii a representative o'l the pious of ministry had not shaken his perfect their Quests. Wo need to could bo "turned on" for eight or ten old county of Miller. You will hear belief in the truthfulness of the Chrisproper punishment. rrom thadraot Sciwill ba learn this lesion of pitying aud yet hours out of tho twenty lour. For tian doctrine of salvation. The mod- BatKa ofrharM. toartrrd to tad from mo again on this pubjoct. 'r to Comaierrlat Special arronmodatloaibato Trai ilfra. The Bar Hill punishing. If those sailors had not entific American. conclusion, will say to ern forms of scicntiGo skepticism had tho present, in alxa't aappllrd wlta tha (kolcaat olieycil God's voico nnd cast Jouuh in araada r Mqaora aaa Cltara. The Old National Pike. my frlenda in Miller, voto for Morton not raised the shadow of a doubt in shin would . havo sunk, to the sea their When General ducksou, in 1821), and savo your country fCoIquit Cor, his mind. nndif we do not obey l.otU voice nntl :ouriieveii rrom Nashville to Wash Karly County (.Ga.1 Hows. at lliq Fiounns. In rolling-mill- s murder, o ir oxecuto bis law t01 10 tako lis gea t M ire8ident of of liomto and Pittsburi- - there is a cash capital in of stato will sink in a eoa of tho Unitcil Stn,p3 ll0 traVeled by stage ship Iu tho tomb scene vested of 819,020.000, with a product j, crimo and cruelty, of anarchy and over til0 0,i national piko that Juliet, nt Haverly's Hrooklyn Thea amounting to 830,242,257. There aro GEORGE D. BATTERTON, mob law, of atrifo and carnage and ,wi ovcr Alleghanies. In tho ter, last Monday night, Lillian uicott, t0 Wboleaal atul retail tlraler In LAKE 1C, Or There nro thoso wha do uott palmy days of coachiug no iwst road tho new "Juliot," exclaimed: "Oh I 18,005 hunds employed in theso mills. dera pruuiptl. BlilpiiKUta by ciprtu or blood,. f l.lini these thing any tuoro than iu tho country did so largo a business hannv dactrer.' but there was no snch In blast turnaces and other manufac iralibu Office and Kjr. adjoining l, 4lh atwt, Dropping on her tories of irou there is a capital of thoso heathen sailors believed Jonnh, as this piemliu out nignway, which weapon iu viow. Mada product of 89,280,192, and but liko them wo will learn at last oponed the West and Southwest to knees, sho whispered into the dead 1 J way even though it seems the East. 7 Tho wagons wero so nu- "Ilomeo's" ear, "Whero is it ?'.' but 2,511 bauds employed. that God. "m harsh and grates upon our sentimen- merous that(tho leaders of ono team "Romeo's" head indicated his igno The gay and giddy girl of the periancr saf-tof had their uoio in tho trough at tho runco oi its whereabouts, so tho gen od who was "crowned (Jueen of May" al,l would rnpactiullr Inula tba uruUIe Inlialr-ctal is in is the only way of a nlca wbo wlU a sool, clean aharr, with her this lime lost Spriug, is now hugging lituipoo or uuTihinf In my Ilea tocall on ia al3 stabbed her-o- lf peace nnd prosperity. And my praycud ot tho noxt wagon abend of them; tlo "Juliet" I l.ara TIIBKE Hotel. er is that thoso whoso bauds aro ou and tho coaches, drawn by four aud forfioger and foil mortally wounded op a hot stovo in tho kitchen, silting tha btAaaph M'Ul-KBAluiEltS. LOW. A. IIIIKAIII. the helm of stato may learn this lesion six horses, dashed along at a r.ito the prostrato form of her lover, whilo wranncd un in her latt wiuter fur iHir -.. . cro it bo too late. which would havo made an hnglish tho audience mournfully dispersed. cloak, "chawm wax, and siuging U.-A gentleman, nccompaiiiod bv a fa- coachmnn of tho day mad with envy. Men may creato philosophies; thoy "why do summer roses Juuo. rH vorite dog, visited tho studio of u ris- Besides tho coaohos and wagons, there may turn tho Gospel itself into a cold A huge whale, harpooned off Prov traveling sincly on ing artist. Thero was a picturo on I were ueiitlemou abstraction, but tho practical truth re incetown recently, was towed into one nil tho accoutrements r--t tho caeel, and tho dog begau to bark horseback, with mains that the Christ who saves, com- of the Boston docks. It weighs twenty-seW Nature may lis re- of their journey packed in saddle forts aud lifts tho intolerable burden ven v furiously at it. sixty-twlong, feet tous, is lied upon, after all," said the gentle bags, and thero wero immouso droves of sorrow or of sin, comes now as of and fifty eight feet iu girth, and its sheep and herds of cattle raising XII old comes nsa living, loving, per- jawa havo a spread of twenty-fivmail. "Tho best evidence of tho of feet. faithfulness with which you have clouds of dust along their path. sonal preseuco, human iu sympathy, scolding woman's roughly planned painted that dog iu tho background is Tho will of the lato John T. Pont divino in power. Our need aud our to A fume aud bluster aud command. tho earnestness with which my dog California pioneer, consciousness of it form our Strongest luud, a wealthy patient man New York barks at him," "Hut that isn't a contains the followins: "I wish it claim upon Him nnd tho best prepar tho Lord didNews. toA stand arouud form dog." said tho arti.t, flushing; "it's a understood that I am iu my clear, ntion for Him. St. Louis and lot her storm. cow." Tlio gentleman was nonpluss- lovel headed sense and know what I In a Western city a new hotel was ed for a moment, but ho quickly repli- am about, and I don't waut nny one ri M was l ? ed : Well the dog's eves are better homo lawyer busiucss fooling arouud recently opened. The H- -a "He's a member of the Thomas lnagniGcence, than mine; he novcr did liko cows." f'mo.1' 'Speaking of his half brothers gorgeous in new O Q and when it was completed tho privi Jeflersou Henry Club," is the ilunih loud -- later he sya. "There was a lege of taking the first dnuk was Louisville designation for a drunk "Many casts of fevr siul B" ...1. a. Breckinridge News. ; lUl it I. uyuu nmci uo Artnu liflilAia deemed so desirable that twenty dol- ard. gut snJ cpngeallre chill.. r promj'tly -- Umm nunug o arrrstcd'aiid eiifirvlr hsnUlied 0 tho in death. This deathbed repentanco lars wero4oQered and jN.idJor.it.,. "Mamma," asked a little girl, . Cter IW.ulat.r. Otl aud nardoiiinc olold wrouiri is all in is it thev sing in church, We'll In rr.srd lo the tlli- ilim't ir ;WhcaJ wjjrfBaaujlfliby ijiia employ- "why cacy.of Tour valuable laeJictue In cues of yqqr oyoand woro thai hypocrisy. I go right of dino no more and then they ague, Inlflruiltlrnt fevers, etc, l.rery case uuu rnii any uuuukQr. ui iivMvuk. er for absenting himself from tho home and dino 7" " I. at U.n arrcaUil immediately. JScliere of nny kind at my funeral. Tho fico for two entire days, ogg very oa Near Sparta, Wis.,' there is a pigeou we. when I say I wan a uflerer for rears Masons shall do thajeutiro work. Gos calmly replied that'baMtfllovod iu the CD ulili the liver ilheaae, ami unly louiul ,rn-li- pelrsliarpS nnd 1 ribve'r Jlpcked togeth. ofllco seeking jth'oj ''plannnd not tho roost half a mile wide aud twenty " Ui by UairKt youra weJIcIne, K'jbert J. I " t miles long. IW . . VW man ecckiug the. ofllco er thickly. Weeks, llitsvla,Kan Co., 111." $nlmor$ottrnal PENNY & McA LISTER, . at I'jjit -- k 1 J4EI3EtOtCA.X,C, H. G. RUPLEY, STAIVFOKO, I KY., v- - cs Comprises Everything that is "Novr, tt d n 1 in-ra- a;l , i WALL PAPER WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER BEAUTIFUL STOCK f ... II . nfu Cheapek Than Ever Before McRoberts & Stagg's. e. 4- , MAlistei&iBfi exo-cul- o - ,7 80UT-I.--U- . .. ' iff weath-patient- s, a, ry afer-nou- GrocerieSjConfectioneries, FAMILY Sell at tho Very Lowest Possible Margin. fa-.:- .. cdi-derc- r. wasn-ooar- u HThi in FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING Maiu Street, . -- 8e-al- "e u-- cu - .uso B. K. WEAREN, I lull , :C .... ""rr JjJ ffoU Stanford, Ky. .v.. I O i TERMS MODERATE. that I I -- courage.-i-Evanvill- e 1 ,-- '' fr ' twiu h-oF j ..,. MYERS HOTEL, 100,000 HALE POUNDS ! ? WOOL WANTED! , e MUNNELLEY Stanford, BLy., , Want to buy 100,000 pounds of Wool; in this, Boyle, Garrard and Madison1 Counties, for which they will pay tne ICE! ICE!! TE!!I Ull-- J. Dan-Il'" I .-- HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Nape Hughes is their agent at Lancas- -- m- FINE ABEK H ter and F. A. Jones yf KIltST-CLAB- ison County. at Danville and Hustonville also. Sacks furnished on application. ""Q at Kingston, They will have a buyer i &T K ft W o o in O o o e g SI bar-roo- bar-roo- ... art i mx Ow B. o S & po 0 iH -- -- lialf-uou- wet; i 8 Q o r a s H Q b Llliiffliunwa ' H Str-UttrfI- n nfc riorjfourwil STAJSTFOItP, ICY. Friday Morale. - - May 20, 1882 W. I .CAtTY Lkwh JlucKNKR, after II ,.W BMfiMmh a s ig suapento .CoMectK- oHd wkh tho I) Loivllg ;WIIbJwm m hatf-bre- PRJUSFTHt AWRKNcraoiML LBRB." MafVtth, USl"' Senatorr but ft fvnre, m r r EDITOR the Stalwarta were for IJuckncr, and they, like every other dog, are having their ily. . - -. . - Mr.S OF CURRENT. EVENTS, , Sincb the Court in bnno hits decided nvoscljiin'the Guiteau'caso, hi counsel It preparing for another effort In his bohalf and will either try tho habeas corpus dodgo or demand a trial for lunacy. Mcanwlnlo tho prisoner is calm and serene, with not n thought that hla neck will be stretched on the tho nation dare 30lhJune. He not permit his "removal" for God will smite it with an overlaying curse, if it does. But fifty millions of people believe otherwfe aml'&ro willing to run the risk of a curse to get rid pf tho ono that at present afllicta them.. wi The nrosccution has rested in tho Malloy trial for seducing and murdering" pretty; Jennie. Cramer, and the -..' . J .1. - ic ueretHO' is now a; wors 10 wivo lit. It is likely necks of their clients. that it will succeed sinco a not very plain case was made out ngainst them. $ That the poor girl was cruelly' wronguoTernor oi icnnexea nu eignea ed and then poisoned to keep her from the bill to fund the State .debt at alxty talking, and by James, MnllayT lVgea-erall- cent. ltli Interest aF" three, four, five and believed to lia.truo; but.tbe eviix per cent Star-rout. .y The Kentucky Central now runs ttg- ular passenger trains on Sunday; Jucfiie l'hister,of Maysflllf, Ky., tl elines a renorainalfo'n for Congress. fcnator Logan want the Government hospital at llol Spring to establish .Six men were killed in a Schuylkill coal mine Wednesday by a gas explosion A. W. Hugglnr, coroner of Jessamine, I In the Lexington Jail for forging hi name, fsther -- The frol of Monday night did great damage In Intliana, Illinois, Iowa and oth er Korthwenterrt Staten. The Oreenbtck N'ttlocul Committee, reprwented bj 14 membert aad 28 proxlee, In NMion at St. Loul. I)rilr Inn glren bill under the e new indiclintnt on the charge, making the amount now $50,000, Iteports regarding the wheat crop in Mifiotiri Indicate that MWi befsf'fet? propects to prnmUing at this eeion. Fire men who attempted to fire a Mexican railroad bridge, were captured and Immediately cliot, by oriler of theflojer-nor- f' tu T "' virtue. f Tiiehg has been a' dead Jock in the House fur three daystover theMackey-O'Conncontest. The democrats claim thaMackey'd claim ibaseil,op forgery, which therepublicans are unwilling to investigate. ,They wwli to seat' Wta whether or no bat i beet rto preveatthe outrage. Tho democrats aro ready to consider the appropriation bills and other public business, but will cot consent to try. this case until after a fulljnveUgation of the forgery. The Brand chorna of the Chicago Fesis just about.circunntautial . enough to lsBg,the jury and turn the tival1 comprint 800 alncert. There are fiend loose to again prey on female 2S0 soprano. 235 contralloa, IDS ttnora dence and ISO baTaea, " er g, The Post Master General is a man after ourown heart. Ho recommends s to Congress "that postage on be matter (papers and magazines) second-clas- abolished. Ho states that fourth-clasmatter (merchandise) is carried at a loss, totjie Government,,, and if the Government is to bo taxed jor the transportation of either class, it should You are mighty bo fori second-class.- " rightjljrother Timothy. HowosenYi-bi- o you are! Tub Independent Republicans of held n Convention Pennsylvania, "Wednesday, and nominated Senator Stowari for Governor, L. B. Dud, lor Lt. Governor, and a full State ticket. The platform adopted denounces every, thing'of a Stalwart nature, spoils system and advocates liquor ' prohibition. The cry will ba ddwn with' Cameron and bossism, and ' wo' trust they will march to a certain '' victory. s cspeci-ally'thS The amount of fire rinks taken in thia country lact 'jear by all compMiiea'waa an Increase oi WU.WIU over the jeir before. Mp. liarpl)rthe dwarf, who aurvlred the operation.ja now on exhibition with her child at one of the cheap JaT' mureuma in PhiladelBhla. . In a parlilfon'eale of the ISenatttf.'M' tate, in New York City,"' James Gordon Bennett bought In all the property, the cmonnl reallted being $l,361;OO0. Two negroes fought on a bridge over lllnkaton'a Creek- - in Bourbon county. when they clinched and falling 25 feet into the etream in each other's embrace were drowned. Senator Ben. Hill, now at Eureka Springs, Arkansu, i reported as much Im proved in health. Ilia physicians say there is atronghope of a cure, and hla life will certainly be greatly prolonged. The Geneva Award bill pawed the Senate. Briellr stated the bill makea pro- the claims of the exculpated cruisers class and war premium men to the exclusion of the insurance companies. The Louisville Pott has won its suit against tho GjvrcrJournl for publishing extra editions during the excitement of Garfield'a Illness, and using dispatches, which, according to contract, was the aole proper'ty during" the day of the former paper. tho ttering Ufa of ours, that the first letter from each place should linger lovingly over the warm neat from which we have Just Bitted. I therefore, until the new love lasts the place of the old, instinctively turn to Versailles for a few partlnt; worrls. No I "lakes the place," Is hardly a descriptive phiase, for that Implies that the one supplants the other, which la untrue. Each, In turn, keeps its own niche In the hesrt, never to be shared by any other, much less sup planted. Only the last, must of necessity engross the attention and concentrate the sympathies, in their living Issues. The others are blessed memories), but always with a tinge of something dead and gone to heaven: living it Is true, but living out of sight. Not, therefore, "out of mind " A thousand limes not But Well reaiem bered, and talked over, ylt always as of something we shall know no more of until we reach the Golden City, where all pleas ant things will come back as prevent realities, never again to vanish from.aight. And this brings me to notice the steadily deepening conviction, that when we leave any city or village, we say "good bye"' as a finality, for earth, and that before many are In turn, "gone over, the Son of Man will come." We left dear Versailles and Its pleasant people with a lowering sky overhead, a raw wind blowing from the N. W, and the mud and water flying from tho carriage wheels as we drove rapidly away. Not with the look of Lot's wife, but still wc "looked back." How soon we get to love people in a meeting like the In 17 days it was as if we one just closed had been "bom and brought up" In Ver sailles. It differs from nearly all the towns in Central Kentucky, In this, that while It i na elehas, with a handsome gant church, and n.blcck of. stores, it hssr lew" really hsnihyWsHitrl-vat- c residences, yet there ale triors old- fashioned, juiet, clesn, cosy hoinfcs in It than any lownYk'no. "Off the railroads" will fn part, account for this, and I confess 1 Court-houswell-built -- Monday was the dnllVweteat,dryeat, MuiMyest, most MptwfltaMe TOounly Court slay ever ex perleeteed (a fawsaster. A sew sheep Mid Jtn sttllTwas all the stock oflredand sold at short prises. The Dun-la- p properly sold to W. O. Dunlap, for $8,000. Tim democratic County Committer has at last decided on a candidate for Oonnty Jv)g In the person of Alex. R. Denny. Mr, Denny la loo well known by the readers of this paper, etclslly In this county which Is most interested In the nutter to require an Introduction, A man MhJ. A. I ltI(!H,lItl.N, Ihs srllnn M lb wj BRUCE, 1 CRAB ORCHARD Of IaiiIitIIIs, this Is 1.1 vrmotnti lllftfl,MilJmo Is a ramtlihla f..r Kuprrlof Jntf In Jtirfice It. WARREN & CO. J. HHIXlUIMlIIXJi: of Kuptlor fYirl. snhlttl tsarsmlMstrtor tntha sctlnn of Ihs iHmntrtej. Klerllnn, nrl Jl WILL BE OPENED! To llsnM Itlfn.U sn.l lo His pulille on- Moni!r In Ant.u.1 - II. M. ItltltlM'.TT, Of l.anraitrr, Is s esnilldats for Jml of IhsKii. pfniOinrl from Ihs 7.1 ill.lllrl hut.Jrrl ti hs f lion of the d mnrntj. "AN HONEST A bale of cotton eold for the benefit of Mississippi Valley flood aufieren, brought CO cents a pound in Cincinnati, 81 cents in IiuIsTille, and) has been shipped to New York, the Adams Expresi taking it free of charge. It has already realized $303. e In the House of Commons Mr. moved the second reading of the Ar- resra of. Rent bill.. It provide that on payment of ono year's rent by the tenant the press to announce that all previous arrears will be wiped out. If We slop uptoOp. M. this (Thursday) night, the pill passes it will bo equal to present neither Cerro Gordo nor Joe Bluck-bur- ing tho Irish with fifty million dollars. The Court of Appeals has decided had gone for the intestines of the ar" t when a note is, by an endorsement of the other. -- These two great statesmen payee, made payable to a bank ''for collecreaoinil fine, ferciblyof a pair of little tion," payment by the payor to any parchildren quarreling over a stick of son other than the bank or Its agents is at candy. It is hardly necessary to add the payor's risk, and if payment is made that thero will be no gore spilled. to a fraudulent holder the payor must bear Barking dogs are aot noted for their thejoss. The Supreme Court of Missouri has fighting qualities. declared the law making gambling a felony A postal card threatening Presi- constitutional. The war on gambling in dent Arthur with assassination by tho St. Louis now promisea to be active. There he does not recall Eowell are over eight hundred cases altogether on from tKeEnglishMissiou, was dropped me uocicei againsi louery men ana gatno-ler- s, and the acting Circuit Attorney says in the New York poat office a few that they will be pushed. "Chet" had better take days ago. The Atlanta Constitution prints a letwarning, else fat David Davis will bo ter from Hon. Alex. H.Stephens, in which called 'to the Presidency in the Batne he says he will accept the nomination of the Democrats if tendered, and that the manage that he was. Emory Speer, which telegram The English residents of Louisville atatca that of Hon. would accept the nam- -' Stephens carrardcout7. gave' a grand banquet at the Gait nation of the Independents, was unaui, House, Wednesday night, in honor of thorized. This is taken as an evidence of Bryantsriltt. thoTKd'bjrtli day of Queen Victoria. his want of confidence in the fictions maJack Dunn bought of Matt Hutchin son one mine cow ana can tor lie BlackbdnC who' may have bceu a good king up' the Independent movement, also sold to Matt Hutchinson a In his State. doctor but who is about as much fit Judge Matthews, of the United States mare, well broke to harness and saddle for 'Governor as a jackass is for sere- Supreme Court, has convened the United for $85. nadfflK, 'was on nana ana spone his States Circuit Court In Prospect for crppi were never better ecUl session at little piece as usual. Knoxvllle to try the case of the Stale of than at present: Wheat "Is well headed; The Louisville Pott, one of whose Tennessee ys. George F. Larkin, for mur- benip la growing finely, and corn and for victory. Jack Frost editors is a member of the State Cen- der. About a ycai ago Larkin was Deputy weeds are battling United States Marshal and killed hla cous- called laat night and cover waa above par. tral Committeo refuses to support in, The cae attracts much attention as a Mrs. Cojeman Hicks died on Tuesday Henry for the Clerkship of tho Court test case, becaue it is the only ono of the last, of Consumption. Mrs. Wonerls very of Appeals. This would appear that kind evr tried In the United States Court. low with dropsy. Miss Bettie Doorcs Is thojuiattimity claimed for the report Judges Baxter and Key sit with Judge recovering She says se aeon as she Is able to write (he will tend an.lwpartlal account Matthews. exhoaomting Henry, was not so The annual report of the Board of of her being polsoneditoabe press, as might bo supThe candidates promise us frequent Trade of Cincinnati, which is about Jof be '! posed. Issued, will show that there has been an visits in (he near juture. How strange AkyJouq secure a Poll increase of thirteen per cent in manufac- that they never havUmr to mix socially . Parrot tan do"i3iMl' got a chromo tures during The total value of around among the jartners only a short uy auuretwng james w. nop- - the articles manufactured was $201,079,087, time before the election.- - Bin .here's to Dcsioes the Democratic nominees, and don't forper? Esq., tdScr. of the Lf banon an increase over the previous year of Upwards of Gve and a quarter get II. Standard ami Timet. ? Some unknown Lancatttr., million dollars waa ndded to the caah cap ' fieultVhas sent him a whole box full ital invested in manufacturing enterprises, Mrs. K. H. Buinslde and Mrs. E ? by express. ., and employment was given to G,55l'.wore Owsley, of Stanford, were visiting bere,Wednesday. Tjik Uaptisf&tiU Convention is lu men than the preceding year. Sunday morning two young IndianapA special traln.'wasrun from session atHopkiMvilIe,and tho Soutli Monday night, brlnging.aboulUO olis lovers drove out iuto the country for Kcnluckian Issliowuig its enterprise "" the purKweof committing suicide. After of the el(U) to the sbow. byipublishicg a dally. Tho first GovJIcCreary was here all day Monattending a plenlo thxy sought a secluded suolvs tefuro im idipeiik8 volumes place and divided )elweeti them a dime's day. He took in thaahow and returned to MeWffctr Mecbew jLaWilgus. worth of laudsnuiu, and sat down In a Richmond ou the special. ' Mrs. A. W. Suil(!?Mls Minute Smith, ftuce corner tu (lie. The drug did not Tub lVcsIdtNit baauMined neither Itob have the drslred effect. So the next morn- Misses Lucy and IWe Miller,-MtsthofTmembers of the Tariff Comniis ing they purchased and divided twenty-fiv- e ert Durnam, Urat hlocmun, m lairds, slot) nor the Utah Commission. cents worth of laudanum. The young Cooper Hughcssnd lieUjMeriidoii, compos Liko a ,. . . . tiled In the girl's arms, and thelUUer, a MMjWorkfog by tho day. diet takes uiau leaving llm bodv behind a wotpIle, walk- ed the Richmond Dramatic Club as it ap pealed hue Monday night. ed mtu tho illy his time about every thing. Glad-atonn e. Feian,if better looking than Chicago, because it is more homely. What a aba me to use this last word as a synonym for ugliness There are few prettier drives then from Versailles to Woodford Landing, or ClilTlon, on the Kentucky River, where we crossed, at point about 12 miles above Frankfort The approach to the river is perhaps the most exquisitely beautiful one on that romantic stream. AnotherrrosalniratTyrone.a few miles higher up, shortens the distance a couple of miles, but is not so attractive a drive. Anderson ia In some parts of the county, rough and poor, but onejiardly sees the difference between it and Woodford on the Cliffton road. Lawrtnceburg' iutlf is in the midst of a beautifully rolling tracf, as pretly as a picture, and "rich as cream." And it is a neat, well built village, with hardly a shabby spot about it. The Court house, where we hold services, Is uniqut, being built of dressed stone, with two prodigious Corinthian columns in front and Iron stairway to the offices in the "d story. It is. in process of repainting, stopped un til the meeting is over, and will be very handsome and imposing with its new coat. A four story cupola makes it very conspicuous from a distance. The new Presbyterian church Is an ele cant little edifice, the Methodist old and dilapidated, and Reformed, once burnt and once blown down, lias externally, that look of a battle scarred veteran that one might expect after such an experience of elemental war. The Baptist hayo a neat and substantial meeting-housOur eld friend, Cbsrley Williams, formerly of Danville, and a staunch Bamesite, met ua with a warm welcome, as. we entered, town and we were soon in comfortable rpoms at the "St. James" kept by Bro. Head, a Methodist preacher, once in Harrodaburg, .and a former acquaintance. Mrs, H. does every thing to make ua comfortable and we are delightfully entertajped. At the first service Monday night the house was, packed, and last night it was jammed. No confessions yet, but close, and respectful attention. One lady anointed for healing last right first fruila of what we fully believe will be a glorious meeting. The "outlook" is very favorable, bpt we. are not looking at any thing or any body but JESUS. He will make us "more than conquerors," I am sure. We like Lawrenceburg, thus far, "ever so much," Yours, In Jesus. Geo. O. Baiines. Is 1 that -- Mike iif tlio(igliit-iuay-taste; just as I think Philadelphia b Jn.kul of round sense, the embodiment of honor and possessed of tha dignity which should attach lo the office, hla acceptance) of the nomination would almost assure hla election. Tha Richmond Dramatic Club ap- peaied here Monday night In a Comedy entitled "Woodcock's Little Game." The Inclemency of the weather prevented the turnout of people expscted and Lancaster la entitled to a very email credit on her debt of gratitude to Richmond for patron age to the late Musical Society. Those who attended were greatly plessed with the performance. The actors, considering their Inexperience, acquitted themselves admirably. But had they been devoid of merit, courtesy should have given them a house full of Lancaster people. Lay It on the. weather On Monday, April 17th, a man calling himself Frank Yewell, and claiming to be a cltlten of Kansas, came to Mr. William HUbble's, in Lincoln county, for the avowed purpose of buying a Jack. It was probably late in the afternoon when he got n there and he accepted the hospitable of Mr. Hubble lo stay all night. During the evening he waa engaged in conversation with the tluee sons ol his host, and the talk drifted to the subject of Jesse James' "removsl." He was greatly In sympathy with the James boys In al their trouble, and entertained his listeners with minute details of their escapes In severs! InslsnCts, especially of their escipe after Hie Nnrlhfield bank robbery, siring several mtifculsrs which could hare been known by iiMie but the actors themselyet, and which In tho knowledge of the young men had been published in no newspiper, This, with the fact that this man filled ex actly In build, age and feature, a lately published description of Frank James, and the facia that his hair had been dyed, that he limped in hla walk and that the first finger of bis n'oAr hand waa off at or near the second joint and which he said had been taken off by a tutting box, a thing al most impossible, as cutting boxes have a preference for the left hand, convinced Spencer Hubble that their guest waa no other than the notorious Mr. Frank James. Ilia suspicion was not made known to Frank, who was so much taken with Mr, Yewell that he shared his bed with him that niiiht, but you may bet your last dollar Mr. Y. might freeze before Frank would "spoon" for him again, unless persuaded by the three improved Smith A Wessons the stock man carried. Tueaday, April 18th, was the dar set for Wm. Austin lohsng, mid had that aflalr taken place Mr. Yewell (?) or Mr. James (?) intended lowliness it, as it did not and he had failed to buy the Jack from Mr. Hubble, he left, staying that night at Mr. Caldwell's, In Boyle county. I under stand he has since been in the city of Stanford. Mr. Caldwell says, so I heard, that whether his name was what he said or not, he did not talk like a trader, and he is aatisOed that part of him was a sham. prop-ositI6Lo-ca- n IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL." In order to get the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger quantity of goods this season than ever before,and possibly more goods HI THE 15th DAY OF JUNE -- ton TIIK- - IT. TKH101 AllUUTISKHMTH. SEANOX OF 1882! -- w..h.owi::v.n tne Aswnor or KorktitUIViunlr, Asfust elrcllun, IML It sn ln.Wwmlnl ntvllill UMDKIl AN Eutirely Oea. New Management. JOHN XV. ItKltllY " Jai. F, Roblaion, of Lexington, Manager. IsatanilMsts for tfelretlon lo lbs offlr or As. Mstor of Hotitsills roonlr, Auausl tlllon, 1M1. NAM M. milllsKTT, EY AT LAW, The office in charge of Men. John Fleet and O. F. Moore. ATTOR N Mt. Vornon, Ky. RATES OP BOARD Per : l'cr ixr B I)y .. .. ii cch - 98.BO J Wk as.MF Will prullt his proCrwIoa In llockrtillf siut sJJotnlni coumIm sal In Us OouM of Aarwals. Hpwlal HUnllon llt.n lo tollMtlons MeHlk (aSdnyH) 15.00 citir.tmKi and NunsEa iiai.k rmrn. J. E. VOWELS' VARIETY NTOUK ! MT. VI.HNON. KY., Couth-Ben- d EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, I.al Irs locluJfJ, will In suppllrJ lo giiMls. aeil n Ihty arsttiursil that In fterr rrulslt of a .low not lntnl lo t llot.l Ihs surpstwJ I'jrsoj In Aniftlm Aeencyof Hnni.nl w. a. WELCH. 113m TrmtM Chilled Plowi, Plowi, Backere Rcaperi & Mowers.SweepiUksi Threih-er- i, Mitchell Farm Wagoni, Mew Home SewinR Machines, Tajlor'e Elaitio Bed Spring!. Averj'i Out and 8teel than this trade mands. "We de- have astonish the people. Our Grocery and Clothing combination, with the advantage oi a Double Store, is enforce this princi- GENUINE IS ple, we are ready, with an increase of Water Elevator. trade,to reduce our prices, and from y will begin a Destroys All Wator Insects; new scale that will Draws Fresh Water from Botto-da- always advocated that it is better for us, and certainly is for the customer, to sell a great many goods for a little profit than a few goods for a great profit. To WHOLESALE LIST Til D II I D J1L MERCHANTS ! unmraa SEEDS! tB5 SEND US YOUR BUSINESS CARD FOR TRADE LIST. D. LANDRETH & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. W, B -- HAS THCE- - PlOei WB nJraBL MM. tom of Cistern; mLsflssl Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. working CASE Y COUNTY. Liberty. F. Whlpp and Ueo. A. Prewill both have new buggies. Marion Sweeney moved laat Monday to the proiwrly of W. T. Tale's, formerly occupied by Sills Bowman. MIm Dilsy Bills, the fair correspon dent of the Dinville Tribune, waa in town admirably, and we contin- OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo a ue to urge, all to bring along their Try Ono, produce and ex change for mer nave added to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost ken Back. Ta- .. three-year-o- ld f the-ycar- 0. - last Saturday and Sunday. Senator Robert Blaln was here last Monday night on his way to Jameatown to attend Court. it is nuw reported that our young friend, Thomas Bowling, is to be married to (we will not give the young lady's name) in a few day a. The wedding it to take place In town, perhaps at the church. The two Cooler boys who were io jail here for selling the woods on fire on the Rolling Fork, were turned out laat Satur day morning. It is reported here that they were convicted and punished in this county for firing the wooda in Marion desiring to visit county. They had no counsel to defend Ibem. our store from Livingston, OurSunday-shoo- l was reorganized laat Friday night with Elder B. F. Branson as Pine Hill, Brodhead, Gum Superintendent and Rev. A. C. Tabor Aa- aistant Suerlutcndeiit. Quite a number Sulphur, Crab Orohard, can of suitable and energetic tcacheia were sethe lected, and we nbw feel assured that the now come on Sunday school wilt be the means of bringand spend five hours to 3Fing many hundred sinnsrs into the church. Rev. Wm, Cloyd filled his pulpit here last thoroughly this Sunday and Sunday night. Last Monday was County Court day the genu- and here. The river was past fording and it rained nearly all day, consequently there ineness ot our low pnoes. waa tha smallest crowd in town that wa Wo aro always open for the have ever seen on such an occasion. Near n. ly every man we met ws a candidate, and 01 tne puono, was little the done besides hand- convenience there shaking. Geo. A. Prewit, Master Commis- and continue to invite all to sioner, sold 10 acres of land on Fryes creek, headthe properly of James Boss, to satisfy s make our house Judgment In favor of the Aulliuan-Tsylo- r your busCompany, which brougli $30 He also quarters; sold 100 acrrs of laud, the property of O. Portman, lo aatlsfy a judguieut In favor of iness; ohat your friends; uso O, Porlman's enditors against his r, our chairs, writing material, &c, and which brought $00. More we trust that you will feel it is no drunken men on the streets than usual. impositl onus.for wo confess the publio THE HOOD BINDER chandise. "We GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD, LANCASTER and HUST0NVILLE. PKAI.KIl IN Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, impossible for you to call for anything we cannot supply. Parties regular "" ShU 1 aJtSlMMslsMsSBBsHBBMsssssBssssssEri train market investigate learn sRiasra- w.A.aoisrs, - tit their transact rela-liv- Ulch-moo- j s ..... Beats a Fitldof It Competitors at Gallatin. Spteial to the Cuurirr Journut At the field GAr.LATIK.TKNN , May 24 trial to day on Jamta House's farm, In an eleven-acrfield of birley between the Wood, Dieting, Buckeye, McCormlck and Osborne twine blndrrs, the unanimous de cision of tha farmer was In favor of the Wooi', Tha Wood cut more than a third of the field and missed but two bundles, and did not choke or make a bobble All the other machines minted more or less bundles or choked under the canvas. Three Wood uiachlue were sold on the field has tradol liberally with, us, and we want to show some appreciation of it. BUO-aiEItCHHerH, ', S Neir-IIlHdiT- .' Mewt'i-H- , Corii-riHiitcr- ;r-- v ..- -" - J2TT HI raw-Cutler, CARRIAGES, JIhj-HhUc- h, Untlti DtIHm, OiilflVHtorx, HitrruwH, iHK Nulky IMomh, orH-Slioller- '03 ? MHCklHVH liny rrcHon, 'l'hri-MtHHtl f ltaglHCH, N3UUVM i And other Implement! and Machinery. We buy excluilrely from Manufacturer!, lota, and consequently obtain the largeit dircount and d direot, for oub, in Qoodi at Seasonable Prlcei lowest rates of freight. Oar motto It i Pint-clthe Beat it always tbe Cheapest." Heipectfully, car-loaui J. B. Hotciikiss. W. L. Maoagr Laucaslsr Dspol. WITIIKKN, GEO. D. WEAKEN. Btanfoi J, Ky. OUlllIA A tVH.MAMN, ' Mansers lluilomilU l.il StwiifftttcM&3Htcti$fifol STjMT3T03?ar), KV. Friday Morning, May 5W, .flrNumK, German Millet ffced for sale by A. ()ni.r.Y. boxeanowan A StonerV rrrelrtd at Hnlc A Nunnelley'n. 1882 Fifty op Just Wk carry the largest ami rami complete lock of canned good In Hie city. Mil. J. T, IlAnma ha fresh Hill for eale twice a week Wednesday and Haturdar, at hi meal and prorMon store. L. A N. L OCAL TIME CAM. I'siMngtr Irstni Morlh, L6CAL mricEs. A HltggV ItoANV 7 Taints of Penny A McAiutor, Fhwii Illne LlcTtValsTTrMcRAtrt Fluv .,ilir,n , 'x 'y 1'cnny 9 0. M Jrjm rfcelreill another large afocPsf McAlli&P. Gasoline ut a Hwls Kmlirolderle. Torchon and Valen-clenne- a Laced, RiAlon", Hosiery, Ac. Che- A uatilt, Heieranre A Co. OrnMAN Millet tinl HnnRjrfvi W.I! HlRK!n sffd it Production Old IVWate Stock, 1800, liourbon Whisky. t e Hour MmIi, i the Inscription on a lot nl the beat liquor erer brought to Watchw, Clodn 4 Jewelry repaired Stanford". For sale at the St. Aaaph bir. and warranted by Ferny A MoAIUter. Cam. .on Wr H' II Wna for tnn anil The Intekior Jquiwa, Jon Orrir,E Kraln scythe, Baddler'a grain cradle, Ac. h fof t' giftenlofit MfS jiamplileti containand And the bent Yon will ing the new HiarWrSnrl 'Bylawi' 6f the rente cigar In town at Penny A McAlla-ler'city of Stan ford-iTare aJrou((G0 page, and there i a enalty fixed for erery of PERSONAL fen known to erring luimaolly, Mot Floremce CociniMX It rery 111 fliiANi) Larceny. Wm, Stewart who with typhoid feTer. licen in jail here for ix month, barMum. A. H. Penny, who hu been tick hat ing lieen rent for fe keeping from Harlan for a week or two, I Imiirotlng. county, where he i charged with grand MtM Mattib Paxton hia been playilarceny,' 'we Uken'lnenVedrieVUy, by ng- principal at the College thli week. were Deputy Sherifl A. M Howard and guard. -F, Piucock KKNTCCKY'a Imml a Ai . Nkw slock of Jewelry ami SIlTtrware v Penny A McAlirttVn. In any Hoba Wawb hetter e mom, at McKoberU A Halt, Lime and Cement conatanlly 0lfV. Faiimkm desiring lo lay In their winter surlily" of coal would ld well lo ten the pioptlctora of Lincoln Mill. It will be n money In their pocket. Finest it Hta. tkr Hand-mad- a. hcr and vifk Mr. 0. Kiiest of Mr. W. II. Miller thin week. The Lexington iYf ay that Got. Mil. Ciiaki.m MlTCAUK, brother of ltohlnton In gone to work with hi our Tom, lias recetfetl a position a ulatl energy ItMinake 0. O. Upringa the accut-turne- d Cincinnati -- Cattle continue firm and teacher strong: Comnicn,4.134.2J); ftir (o medium and half doren of Ihe girl are down with $(.(0(ff)Co0; good to choice butcher grade the former, while nearly a score) more have $5 750.75; flr to choice shipper fC7. their pretty little throat swelled out of all 60; stiller $5.60(1.75, Hog are also In shape. Thl I parltcuUily distressing good demand at $7 80 lo $8 25 for selected when we think It I (list a Ihtle over two butcher and heavr shippers: $7,30 to $7.- week to the Commencemeitl 80 for 'fair lo good packers; common $0 to $0 00 Sheep are ateady at ,tj to 6 for Andy Gentry, Pom Court Item. good lo best. Limb are in light demand an negro, wa before Judge at 51 lo "J cent, 1111), yesterday, on a charge nf holding a LouiftVIM.K Ua:e. Tuesday's iporl little girl and mnklng a dog bite her The begsn with a dtsh of 1 mile, with 13 bile were In sundry place on her body starter. Pope Ito won It in 1:49, Bege and City Attorney, K. V. Ifocker, after a clde 2d, Saunter 3d. The second race was critical examination, pronounced them a five furlong scramble for old; quite severe; A fine ol $3 and coU wero nine started and George Kinney took it in against the rascal. Sanf Kmtry entered 1:00), Wandering 2d, Bonnerelta 3d. Hin for smacking Mat Coulter waa acquitted. doo, Kunnymede, Creosots and Checkmate, The 'Judge no doubt thought that If he contested for Ihe Merchant' Slake dull of had snapped her head oft" It would have 11 mile. Hindoo wa declared winner In been a good thing and there are many the slowest lime ever made for that stake, other who agree rltli him. lt&O. The fourth race mm a dah of Got UP AND Hot. A few days sgo, Jim of n mile and brought out seven starters. Ingram, a negro who had figured in our Pride 1st, Charly B. 2d, Tonawanda 3d. court a number ol lime, Jumped on Clark Time, 1:18. The last race, mile heats, Cash's overseer, John Hine, and gave him was won In two straight heat by Bramba-lett- a In 1:4! and 1:431, Pst Malloy 2d. a terrible threshing because he waked him up too soon In the morning. A warrant Wednesday wa a good day and the sport forasaa!l and battery waa gotten ont, and was fine. Monogram won the first race, a Ingrata Iras' taken" before 'Squire John dash of one mile In 1:44!, Capias 2d, Joe 6f a Bailey, who, It I aid, agreed lo keep an Murry 3d. The Magnolia Slake, eye on him till the trial, Tuesday. Bat mile heat brought out five contestant. when the court wa called the prisoner had Lizzie S. won the second and Boot Jack the flown, leaving a note earing he was sorry first and third. Time, 1:16, 1:10 and 1:21. to disappoint him, but he had urgent busi- The third race was 1 miles. Fstinitza ness in Chattanooga. The trial proceeded took it In 1:67, Fair Cut 2J, Rochester 3d. any.way, anil a Gne of $100 and CO days Im- The fourth race, dtsh of J of a mile wa prisonment wa AMced against htm. The won by Mammomist In 1:02, Hickory 2d, 'fymlre jrlll hardly try agatn to save the Gleanor 3d. The steeple handicap, dash of 21 mile had five starter. Mis Malloy county cosfa by guarding such prisoner, was winnei in 4:10), Guy 2d, Glasgow 3d, are getting A MARRIAGES. The measles and the mump In their work al Ihe college. Incapacity In handle heavy, down and tangled grain fully demonstrated. Both machine will again soon be In the harvest field right here al home, and It will be a well for alt who are Interested to watt and see for themselves tnstesd of depending on report from other Rlate, which may prove a unreliable a the reCourier-Jouport sent ti on .Stnnly, nal. r, PENNY & PHARMACISTS, nxita in McALISTBR Pharmaceutical Prepsrellons stpecltllr DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY & FANCY ARTICLES. t'hjslclans' Prescriptions areurstelr rompminileil HRTf AnVHRTUK!.. for sale, M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPE11A HOUSE BLOCK, HTANFOUW, KY., GFRMANMIM.Kr8F.Kn Dton Apply to Mill SEEMAN THE GREAT MAGICIAN NcceHtt SIS AND Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, UT a STS trine, Appearance IIiIh Ncjihah MAY 29 30, 31 50 HANDSOME PRESENTS -- Oltn awsr each night, Includlni SOLID HOLD WATCHES, DECOIIATED CHINA TEA-SETS, u H Toilet ami Fnney Artlrlm, Hooka, Stnllnnrry, Tnbareo and Llffftri, t.lqttom, e. l'hynlclnnn rrerrlitloniinnit l'tinr- - tiineetittral i'repttrnlton tiperlnttV' 1,1 W3MM TlilftXctr Mill, coiiIhIiiIiik (lie latent ami AND MANY OTHER ARTICtES OK BEAUTY AND VALUE. agent on the C. H. It. K. i STATIONS. 'l.H r.K.'r.x. Will Reid, Br., ha mimed a mottle-face- d Ar Has Just Opened a Pino Stook of tmWr The boy' father ha brought auit againit at Mr. Jame Lawrence' last evening. The lr t Cali for the recoeery of hia borw and $i!5, bride, j a sweet sixteener. cow. He has not authorized me to 8 45 4 00 8 40 Cincinnati.. of the celebrated o'ii' Wheat t.rtille, 1128 6 3 It M i not improbable that " and we learn Mr. J. A. Crpenter, of Bardstown Inserl an "ad;" but I ask the editor a an " Georgetown. ISXlDCtOB... wm In town yesterday delivering a lot of UK 710 113 a damage auit under the title of Jenkln Junction, and Mis Lee Gulhrie, of West act of brotherly klndnem to insert this a 12 26 7 M 12 03 " NlchoTn-lll- e ltim. 11 12 23 12 4S v. Caah will occupy the attention of the Boyle, were married recently. We extend Will I wearing himself out searching for " Illih Bridge Mm. I). H Kdmiiton ha gone to 13 " DnTlI!e...... IK 8 83 13 M Consisting of OS 123 8 ' Junction City ... next Circuit Court. her father, Dr. J. 15. 8. Fritble, at the loat heifer. It would abow a proper our heartiest congratulations. a co 2 40 ' Bomarsst 3 00 143 and we would be much obliged to sympathy on the part of any of his friends ' Point Burntld,. Miss Amanda Cook, the rlandsomeand Both Kyw Destroyed. Wm. Field, 8 00 010 ' Roctwood ............ hrr II he would remind him that he ha head aawyrr of Ilobinon' Mill, in thl winiome daughter of Mr. J. M. Cook, of to aik him how he i succeeding. C40 833 BPriog Cltf . 830 10 33 jirr. bsttsnooga .. leen yttf remlw of late In hia dtitlr i rounty, met with a fearful accident a few Hustonvllle, will be united in marriage lo AND Engleman's Mill. A.B. correspondent day aince. He wa running Btbbllt met- Mr. Geo. B Cooper, familiarly known a One of our neighbors says that onions I.tc. Chitinov-- . 0 00 740 Dn. CutToN ANli wike are here for al in to renew some of the worn boxen, "Thompsie," on the 31st. 9 38 7M " Spring CUT-.- .sre a sure cure for hog cholera. 1010 8 37 Hockwood tli ptirM of gelling op a c!m in Phon. when it came in contact with pome water 162 114 Ham Engleman is Ihe bo hunter. He " Point Durailde. ... Also, a Nico Lino of RELIGIOUS. 2 10 IHO, cgraphy and I'enminOilp. Mi. Clifton that had accumulated in them Mining the 8omrMt.....went out list Friday and killed Cve foxe, 2 33 63 33C Junction CilJ....& Kev. J. B. 81m returned from Ihe will be rtmembertd ai MIa WalUee Wood, heated metal to 2 4.1 5 40 3 43 Into hi eye, deiz fox squirrel and a ground hog. 311 CM 4 10 " High lirtdfe. . who taught the clence of enmanahip ao stroying the sight entirely in both of them; General Conferred yesterday, and will 332 C37 432 Some of our farmer are getting ' NIcbolsiTllle I am oponing daily a Full lino ot tbo Dost Goods in the Market, to be 400 7C3 503 Lexington, " GeorgetownMircfullr liertMferal year aincr. in fact, when n phydclan wa called to ex preach a uaual fc'un lay. ' in regard to their wheat crop. 429 731 S2S sold at Bottom Pricos. " -. Call and oxamino. The General Conference at Kashville Mr. S. II Yeager says 700 10 23 740 nearly enl amine, he found the that he has a field Ait. Cincinnati ...... LOCAL MATTERS. r , .. "W- , tirely filled with ihe metal. The agony of elected J. Xt. Proctor, of Dinville, A.M. ALABAMA UREtT SOUTHERN. of thirty acres that he will sell at $5 per X.w PoUtoe at McAllite r A UrighlV of the Board nf Managers of Church he poor man wa fearful to behold, but 900 Ltb. Chattanooga. ... acre and throw in five acres of oats. 12 S3 ' . no to J. W. Ilayden'a for white good of the piin ha In a meaiure lubtlded, and Extension. Judge Jack Yeakey claim that be " Atull 310 n. it, ciiKNAUir. Blrsilngbtm.-- .. D. II. EDMISTON. JOS. SEVERANCE. Our Kaptist friend at Hualonville sso be ia resting comparatively easy al prenent. " every variety. the largest mule colt in the county. A rr. TukiIooin ....... looo Mel Id Is ...- lek'their Church to A. Lord, of Dan- ha i entirely dependent on hi own have A he w He say be went nut the morning after it Lt. Meridian ... ... I 4 30 ... . Cannku good lower than ever at llle exertion for a living, hi great cnlamity ville, for $2,000. The foundation I 10 " TuksIoom..... - I..- .wa foaled and saw something sucking the A Xunneller'- ... i 110 " Blrrolngutui... by the congregation, i the more deplorable. .. L... : 2 20 mare. He thought it wa Buck Hyatt' A Kills.. ... -- rTjha whole number pf white Baptists I fl 00 t Three HUNiiRioTintwANi IIricic for Smart Dooi Circuit Clerk J.I'. Bailey horse and went up to scare him away, and Arr. ChstUnooga. . ia 974,100 In the fifteen Southern Slate Apply to Henry lUughman, VICK8BUKO ANli UERIAN. eale behold it as a mule colt larger than the ha a little dog that ha taken up with ix and colored 741,694. There arc seventeen ... 110 20 Lte. Mnidltn.., littln motberlrM tnrkeys, which he fondle college, with 1S1 Professors snd 2.G4C mare. . 2 13 ' Korcit Foxes sre getting to be so numerous lb countrr meat 10,000 Wantiik. 4 45 .. " IlrtndoD. plays) with during the day and at night ... ! SM students, and the endowment fund aro in this vicinity that the people have to " Jackson . ... Hale A and will j htgheal market price. ... i 8 33 borer over them almoat aa well aa n old J'JTI.COS. There are also twenty-twArr. Vlcktburg .... fe stand guard to keep them away from their Nunnelley. i sso Vlckiburg...... hen could. One night thl week they were : male emlnaries and ten Institutions for chickens. One came to Sam Engleman' Lts. Jackson ... 83 I have received a blgeupply of Ice and taken from her and he whined and barked " BraDdsn. colored pupil). week and helped three time one day last ... ' Forests .1133 hallkepilcontUntly on hand for ilm till Ihey were returned, when ehe acerued I 333 .. Rev. J. B. McFerrin was himstU, and one ran into Tim Engleman's Air. MeriJlsn greatly delighted. Apropot of this George Book Agent by the General Conference; J.T. Htrri. barn after a duck and would have captur VICK8BURO, 811 RKVETOBT AND PACIFIC. that'Sherlf! Menifee ha a Wanted, Country ide( Imni and Carpenter tell Rev. L C Garland, President of the Board ed her had there not been a negro man in Lts. Vlikburg. 1130 J: z-dog that watche and protects hi little 12 30 " DU ahouldertj highest market price pid. of Missions; Missionary Secretary, Rev. R. Ihe barn and kept him off with stick and S33 Arr. Monroe . child so well that the hurse hu been dis- A. Young; Treasurer of Board of Missions, club. Aliright. 8 33 ... -- . -- ' Lts. Monroe mi charged, nd the entire care of the infant Rev. D. C. Kelly; Secretary of Church I 1 40 I ...... , The Providence picnic will come ofT Delta I A heavy frot fell Tuewlay morning, given over to the Canine, who I doing hi I rr.Vlckiburg .1240 David Morton; Boole Editor, Kev. next Saturday without fail. Ten o'clock and a light one Wednewlay morning, but work admirably. It i hardly neceuary lo V. P. snd 0n. Msn. Cin. JOHN W, P. Harrison; Sunday-schoo- l Editor, is the hour spjiointcd to assemble. There R't, Cine SCOTT, OUlo; E. P. WIUWN, O. F. Sou. snd luntl, noeeriou damage wa done. remark in thl community that Carp' Rev. W.G.E. Cunoynghim; Editor CArii-rto- were several gathered together last Satur- P. A. Cin. Sou. Il'jr, Clneiinstl, O.t II. COLLr BRAN, O. P. A. A. U. S. K'r, OitUom,Tenn.; tUo Tub proprietor of Lincoln Mill, hv-in- g ttatement about such matter are to be Ha vcj tint rccei veil tllrcct troniHtoclcKawtcrn cities the moat day but were disappointed. If they had J. IIAHDY, a P. A. V. A P.- IVf, Vlcksbunr, Adtoeatt, Rev. O. P. Fitzgerald. of 4'lC'UUllt cu'red a immanent water aupply, la.eh turn graiib'talu, but we do ao for the A. V., S. A P JOE llcOUIHE.0. The Southern PretbyterUn Assembly at been subset ibers lo the Interior Joint-na- i, MIm.:Monroe,F.La. B'r, a will le able to do cuntom grinding at any benefit of the foreigner. would have noticed the postponethey Atlanta, (la, send thla to the Northern time. Seeman. Since our lat Issue, we have Assembly now convened at Springfield, ment. Our advice to them is to subscribe (I CaliforJuht IteonvKU. A full line of i received letter from Baron Seeman, say lib In order to remove all difficulties in at once and they will be kept posted in all nia canned good, including peache,grape, ing that he will in addition to his great art the way of fraternal correspondence, for matter. Standard Twine The Oldest, Best and lUrtletl Pear, Egg Plum, Ac , Ac, Mc exhibition, give 60, Instead of 40 present, which we are preptred, we adopt the folAnswers to Correspondents. Binder Still Triumphantly Aliater A Bright. receding from at each performance. These present are lowing minute: That while Successful ! "How should the name Qtelhe be proAn entirely new programme will be no prixt box humbug but really valuable no principle, we do hereby declare our re- nounced? A.B." u Mr. Jams Peering, who Is In Tsxsi for the given at each of Seeman' wonderful exhi- articles, nraong them solid gold watches, gret and withdrawal of all expression of We never attempt it. The true ound ol putting wscliloas to th Mferelt test pos lsble, ulcKriihtsrbllow,, for lur InformaUen, bition of magic, equal lo every reapect to French china tea set, fine silver caatort, our Assembly which may be retarded a of the diphthong cannot be expressed in aid not for adiertitlnie purpose! TELKOaSW. large oil painting and other thing of like reflecting; upon, or oiTenilve to, the General Komao letter. It may be imitated by the one given here in April. intm, rr., MyB, 1881. no hulls." "Far as tests go, Itttta Bright, colored, drew value. Thoe who saw Iho Biron when Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in wallowing a hiccough. Penmon. Mr. K. A. Mtivell. one of mjr msn, writes from before know that he give a splendid the United State of America, "Pleas inform me who waa Ihe author Wsro, Texts, un er dsl Mst 3, 1881 a penalon thl week aa widow of Sam. here of Paradise Lost?" It. T." Ever oxhibllcil lu this uiarkcl. New ami I hsT now ttsrted six 1831 Twina Binders, not do better: tsrs th grettcit Hirri, a former hutband, who waa killed show, fully worth the pricetoof admisalon, LAUD, STOCK AND CROP. increase Ihe That job ia generally tttrlbuted to one which could enclosed plsue and th opinions ol a Baltville, Va. The amount and the present are given at the battle of collide of th psrtfcs. interest and add to the number of the auI. 11, Idol bought of Johnnie FeUnd, Satan. Cokc PosTOrnca, Tsxsi, Msr 2, 182. of the penlon I about $1,400. "To decide a bet please state who among Mr. WM. DxBimo, Chlcsgo. Ills.. Dtar Aifl them in New York, at a combined gelding for $150. dience. He buys DeerlncTwln Binder, which I pnrchsted the Ancient won the highest position by Tht A, lllnchmtn, your scent st Wsco, Tsxsi, of This office deaire to return It heart!-ea- t wholesale price, for cah, and therefore Is -- (.', O. Ware oId to A. S. Sjioonaniore Mr. hi own achievements. C. It." Minperfection Itttlf, for hsd It brslni of Its own II thank and politeat bow a to MI MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, is enabled to get them much lower than 17 heifera" averaging 050 lb, at $J 30 per Mms It could not poHlblr do snr better. Wo Hainan, by several feet. nie Dinwiddle, daughter nf the hoit of the the retail house value them. He deserve CwU started the uichlns, snd th lint thresquirUr acres, doing twrlect wotk. I day we cut aboutM Seventy head of blooded horse, sold St, Aaaph, for a delightful lunch, In which a full house at each of hia performance on Card of Thanks. canhsndlsiuy nischlns with one leu horse thin machine, snd do better work, I sm any trawberrie, ice cream mid cake formed the 29th, SOth and tllst, and Wednesday at Kminence, Ky., yesterday, brought To the Members of Hope JjoJge, No. 19, fullyother sstliBsd lliittt Is thebwt uiachlus no amall part. . net. couUnotas UlUr pltattJ. and, , Matinee. The alop cattle at Silver Creek distil- Stanford, Ky., Knights of Honor: I wish with my limited eiperleuce, Ism willing la cut AI.NO- ago the meat hnuae of A few night been aold at 0 cent to Weber, to exprei-- my profound thank for the do- with soy other rn.ch.0. 1. Tim Pkotohfu IIkb. Mr. John Mrlghl lery have Lackey wm broken Into and cotupleled on Weilnesilay h survey of the Super & Co , Cincinnati. dollars lo me, In view of twenty-fiv- e nation Mr. O. A. WixiiUTCiiix, Txs, Msy , 181. Ilsva been Tsry buiy this Hk startlne lllnl-erobbed of a ham, come alt, Ac. Andy proposal pike toPreacherTllle. The route Muir A Bro., of Fayette, aold 50 head of the great amount of affliction in my all hive ttarUJ well snd dons good work. In Gentry, colored, waa arreted on auapicion la to lea e the Stanford and' Crah Orchard fat cattle for July delivery t 7 cent. The family for the past several month. Tho' Tasncwpsrtist! work w II. Waitsrled on besh hu cut IhtplsctofaMarih-Whttney- ; an humble member ol your body, I had no tween 40 sud 60 sere and Is wsll pltased with It. iHclutllue Nuu'h VvIIIiik. llcnrlcUit Cloth, Iliiiitliu;, TawUo and tried Wednesday, on the charge of pike nn the dirlJiiiR line between the highest price yet made public. put Mealing them, but w acquitted. o!J to Ambrote legal claim on you for a tient, yet you have Thssgsat htrs willgood,out thirty lllndtrs. Crops Cloth, sVcHiul In fact u nice assort weHter lleuben William Lackey and Mjers farm, thence through u this lection ir M. WINTFll. IU.uicirullrTOun.UEU scrub dremed it tiroDer to thin aid me. I truat Uuford, five head of A Bio Haul. II. T. Hirri, Ksq , Pen-lo- n the farm of W.M.andX. D. Ucket by Ulllr I 188J. Oi'WmciiiOJrsisui. Msy the (liver of all good gift will reward you Us, Wu. Duuno, Chicago, Ills., Dsar Sir I Agent, report that Captain F. W. l)als, throuh Sirneaiit' to Orl roes' ford of iteera for $250, equal to 5 cent per lb. your Deerlng ale with individually and collectively. To the citi-ie- n lining purchued on ofyour sgsnt st Twins 11. Morris close 1 a Green Wsco, Dilllon, Potmaiter at Crab Orchard, ha Diz Hirer, and thence Ihe old road to lilodcnofA lllncbiuin, Stanford, generally, I alto return Tent. I tike plessurs In iiylDg to you tbst I siu of , and will l'rcachersvllle, with but one change and Mr. Hunt Reynold by which Ihe promisjtul drawn $.1,100 pension mor thin sstiined with lis simplicity sud per atheartfelt thank for the unfailing , uy fect working I siu tuny contmeeu mil FUIiT, MNES in the future draw $20 per month. He that U lighten the grade up n steep hill. ing colt Creioaote goes to Missouri. Trice, my '81. I fir. thsbeit tention to my filleted children. Sincerely a McCormick wschlns In thslslds ollast j esr, hsd unwa promoted on the field for gallant con II finds that Ihe dwtance ! only 6 utile, $5,000. luichlue cut my grim Wm. F. Ramsey. til I wsa sslUSsd that It wsi sn sctusl failure snd yuur, The Kngllah Deibr, Wednesday, duct. and in hi judgment the pike can be made . snd I bollsi your Uindsr to bs a dausgs lo , Ky , May 20th, 1882. won by Bhotover, Quicklime second, ssfsr shesd of II as In rupsr Ii sbsad ol tho old Tnispurchue of a reserved eut ticket fur fl,C00 or $1,600 per mile. At the crsdls. Yours respect fully, J L. McKELVAIN. time Sachem third. Bhotover' A CONTRADICTldNT W. the uuderslgned, hsrlng witnessed tht to Seeman' magical performance will en- crossing of Uix Itirur It a apiendld working ol Ihe sbo uisiilloued mschlns, both tn -, EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, place for a bridge, there being a natu- wa 2:45 Iks title yon to five envelope, a general rip and green grain, lully UI1t It to Yet "Out of the Woods." Not Xf. T. Uiughman sold to Jame M. best mschloa mads lorth Iiurposo ot bsrvestlog ticket to two, and n 25 cent ticket ral abutment on one tide." Mr. Hrickt will ltoberl Newton, General Agent of the grain, snd ws fully concur In the ibots itstcment. Vsry respectfully youn, will contain a make a report to the June Court favoring Phillip 101 acre of land adjoining Hon. to one. Thece envelope Harvesting Machine Company, J. U. McKELVAIN, will be aiked to J. S.Owley, and the same recently pur- McCormick vu.m joni:s. sard by which you will know whether you Ihe route, aud the Justice from that received a telegram yesterday $3,785, equal to near Mablshp, Texas, Msy 1, 181. appropriate $6j pr iflllc, a uuder a re chased from htm for gel one of the handome pre'cuU or not. &C. Ms. Wat, Diaatso. Cblcsgs. Ills., corporation stating that they were informTANS, cent act of the Leglalature they have a ly $23 per acre. Agent in Kama that Dear Sin iarrlfu hsrssunusy num. SkoUK I performing tills week In right to do, Ihe people along the line lound grsst exdtsment. Uur sgeut, Mr. , County Court day wa one of the dull- ed br their General srrsngemsoM bss (3-OOZD- S Frankfort, and the Yotuurn pronounce agreeing to furnish the balance. Thl road est court Java ever known In Wincheter. no puMIc trial of Wood' and McCormick' In msus ol trrsn osts.,o kits uur wscumv wu (thought I hsd flail lt had been held at Lawrence rough ground snd Uuglsd grain. I wss rulilskrn. him the only necromtucer of real merit In is badly needed, and we trust there will he About 400 head of cattle on Ihe market, accouipllihed waa r, wa itatqd In our isue of whstsrsr. eon, a America All that he Thsfsrmsrsluiltlsd on th few of which were sold publiclr- - A few thl uo delay lit granting the appropriation. nHsorlH(Ht et Tihum, Hotkeys. snJ IHbjruslrjIug IL They In vhiIIvk-- s varlely. anil a HHlciidiil Saturday last, and that Wood had gained graceful, new and of real ait, and every Yours, etc., UluKhauiM, At. It will give a great many people a direct tirlvat aalea wero made at 4 to 6 cent. no victory In Kanaa thi season. Mr, rsfussd. W.J.DORIIAM. and child In the audience wa man, wouian UTaSTTKLKUSSkll, route to the county seat aaving those at MiiIm brought $100 to $135. Hut few u that last season Newton alto Inform delighted. Atlhecloe of the performDeerlng Keeper bss cut slxlwu sere splendidly. and around I'reachersville 0 to 7 tulle hornet, and price low, and Klitdcr kss cut Sfty sens; ance he gave fifty elegant premnU away; over the, preeent dlatancejiy pike, pbould delivered four thorough and exhaustive trial of OosUirrnlsr worn .xc.pt clips. Blair, Osborne & Ballard notblogafs Llndaay received a and McCormick' of them Mr. Isabella thi pike be made and Die (larrard people last week to B. 8. Mattiogly, for different Wood' Wioi. Taxis. Msr II. 153. eaton, were gold watch: ailver nut bowl, Ml Mary E should continue It a they are thinking of putte. 42 head cf cattle off of alop, aver- tatting through the entire Ifcwrlsg Light IU.r worked wsll til dsy on xlotk h hIco HHrliMeHl orCnrpet ! Wo kHVO Httaed te rough ground, large M5JJ5EBBIMOi 6 cent held on the farm of L. D. Watwn, M. 8. tremsly Loydj tllver caator, J. M. Stephen-(j Oil Clelli, MallfiiKH. Wall PHHcr, doing to 1'aint.Lick, the distance from age weight 1,000 pounda-p- ilc f ir., . A.tli h. lulnA.t lliMlf la our Tsxsi oil italntlnir. Mia Minnie William. The Htanford to lllchuiond will be reduced per pound for 22 choice, and 4J cent for Mason, J. 11. Candle, and Mer. M.TuraIf hsrr.it test, lb During lutsuds to still U" eame cla of preaenla will be given here, to 21 mile, about ten mile lew than by the remainder; also 60 hog, average weight ly and W. T. Itadford, all of UUrltllan it.. ..n ailili unlitrullr ukaowledged by sll GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURHSH. of which Ihe Wood. Uue w will print a the piesent-routeand in ourTuewlay Let It be bulltxby all 210 pounds, price paid 0 cenU per pound. county, Ky., In each ING GOODS. and what they Mat of the fortunate one Aim for Lincoln County. machine waa lnglorlomlr defeated, and IU Lebanon Standard, mean. got. LINCOLN COUMTf. Mr. John Ilovi) and wife, of Lex- engaged one of the beit bakers that we have Ilob't Baxter and Mis Mary Gentry, Huston title. ington, have been flitting their relallrf, ever had In Lexington, and hi cook'l un- of Richmond, eloped to Aberdeen, ), this We are suffering from want of rain; the fnjljj ol Dr,. J. J. Wilson. surpassed any where. Guctl ' may rely on week and were married, Miu (lroimr.0. IIaiimes and Misa an abundant table, e iippllLwitli the beat Disiion Anpeiwon On the 25th, at thi being Ihe second dry day in succession, n Otaitrmri vriYedycwUrday, and (, prfr) that can be purchased. Dock Anderson's, Mr. James W. The continuous rain ha proved injuarertijM of Mr. J M Wray WM married to Mis Cloe Anderson. i little rious to the heavier wheat crop by flatlloiiEHTii.ijf Valisca, Iowa, MmTAnKA Mis Lucy McElroy, of Lebanon, nnd 'T!"T"T.-T!?frvtening them lo the earth. u iiirnreT grweueM qi, triimuiuj cm IV VAJI- - IngiilalatheVa 'r Andrew Cochrane, of Maysville, were borne from Til (Caah) Logan was f. oaa.TWtV S1JwHh lion. tr7M!3SlaAirtYrtlw",nftl, aunt of utiirr, wironip'lV'iBlftd' by Judge married at Mr. John McElroy' on the posedJohn be consultinghere yesterday, up- Thompsie Cooper to 21th. llrowo, who did not have the heart to hold MI' Joseph Melvin and Miu Susie tn relation lo certain investment which Mr. L I'Uuiloitn, and Mina Ann Cook, the poor little fellow even for trefpa. Lawrence, of Crab Orchard, were married they propose making soon. of Huilonvlllc, were her glint ifila week. . AtxCTTn).-.John'iJen1tin.!Jij .t -c leading Summer report in the State. He ha For iiiHiiiilactiiriiig mcnl hikI flour, Ih now in full operation.. Wo trill Rrini! Tor riiHloincrH, for llio present, on Tuesday, WcJ ncHiIay, Tlnirmlay, Frlilay and .Saturday oTchcIi week, and oh ADMIH8ION A.H USUAL) Coiirt-Dayand all oilier public day. We Hollclt a liberal nliaro or patronage anil will endeavor lo clve entire Hallsfacllen. 75,80 AHDtt CENTS. MLVEIl CASTOllS, MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Cincinnati, New Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, Shipstuff, &c., AlwayH on hand and for wile. HlgheM casdi price paid for Corn, Wheal, Ac. Order left at MIU promptly attended (o. a: 1 mi in TiA.1a311.1331 II, ISM. In effect Ms CINCINNATI 80UTI1EKN DIVISION. i I I)i; AeuiNitt Ex. Ex. E. P. OWSLEY r un.tn rinl .,.(. L. it ... . BRAND NEW GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. Mon-licell- 1 Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, -.- -. 11 rnill. ... GARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS TIM HIGGINS, Salesman. eye-bal- Tre-ure- fur-niib- .- a?raiivo 1882. ANNOUNCEMENT! o r U .. .. ....-.- ..! CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. As Expected ftt pur-no- fflB! IIInsroTionsrs, w ftH Clothing, Boots, Shoes, IIuTS, ctoO., 1 tstlt-fictio- n, ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, $15,-1!1- 0. lo Braaiaea fe0S)6aliii Bilks "WllEI,!. " A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, three-year-ol- d Dress Goods of Every Description. Hamburg Embroideries, arri-ara- 'a BrANi-ORU- India Trimmings', 3-- 5. 1 Laces, I-.ac.l- ies' IVeclcvreai:, PARASOLS. Mirth-Wbltm- WHITE aur ,,, CARPETS. x- ; tc. r- s "J'niiHM.rrd.Ky., !B t;itwIilB3nltrior$ournnl sTAiT3roiar, icy. Friday Morning, J 1 -- May DIVORCE. JJBCILFBIUIIIf T1-- L I AND TESTIMONIALS OF v Imp. HurVdrn, he lr IUt MI'lillrlon Mil nf Httj amazement? "Ij)n lifln," Ho bent lovingly and tenderly over Iturkilru JOHN DINWIDpiE.PRO'Ii, t'ral. lliaxrtatltt Ixlfrrl (lakra, lh IMnrmUrt "What did you strike that man her now, listening to every word she fort" asked a policsmtn, HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN tak , law, aad at a J jrtroil wmi ib U'ulla hurrying up, Mlakra. tliCbtnii(n Mlki and Iln said, and believing it all. Nothing and seizing the gelitlemiri' by the OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 tttakra ) Dut of li...mix' lir l.rliar MUJUton. WHO HAVE USED THEM could have shaken his faith in tho lUlrtltk'altldaiii, Maiti'ialf, Knldhl l ft. arm. lUtiilt, lif Mulatto, li.l, lit.l.lrnt If Ilniif. n.,nam girliih ignorance of Gwendolen, and VraiihaiHMa, "Becauso he asked mo to striko rutll.l.ttn DRESS irant nil lti.i Tl.i4tlna, Aa lailan tr uu,j,v,uu-4"v"- tt Jeron"o telN ofa wife who was mar- ho loved her with a passionate Adora- him, you know," was the reply, "and ,l.fTliu.lh llbdam Vlol.l. Ill.l.ltnlork'a dtmi brdhaik, tllidam br KrphMi, tli dam Uultk'a husband, she tion that knew no bounds. To him as ho looked liko an honest, good ried toher twenty-thir1'rair. llth dam harlnlle. ., lllank. 10th dam she was perfection whatovor she did . Special Accommodation to Commercial uy liter . brMl. r. 12th ilam brbr Melhrira CU- hcrsolf being his twouly.first wife, young fellow, I didn't like to was right, and whatever she said was inthdaniby Wbynnt.lllhdaiu, Ikitel Man. Travelers. it. disoblige him." it The old Grecians could put away Mirrfrala'elit dam wat "ChiltlMaa" br lint etltk llbu)3nd Init. Vanelrllnby the (lolonel In their, wives on Blight occasions, Among his gopel. The p'olicfemnii'looked at tho1 Irdck-maQ H 10a P.nillMRIIS Knglaud; 3rd Vnrrlle, by lllaekrork. 41 h It. I', anis even betting that ho didn't It WMHWtflWWtt Baggaga Transferred Free of Charge ion,, lib llterton (th Walnut. 7ih lluler, Silt who rose slowly, and without 1870. other sufficient causes was the fear of know IIKFKRKNCF.& her front hair was a bang. by Maiden, Dili rropbcteei by lleguluai I handling join (iKNTLOik hate making any complaint mounted tho having too large n family. Indeed, a waKout, phaa Ion. tc , fuf tha I have recently taken charge of this house loin Jenny Spinner by IVittnrr; llth lireykoundi llrattaltr aide-bReared amid tho solitudes of St. UirrriE BAssEtr'a" Hiiilk. 12th eVipboiotU, dim br (Inmon'e hay rtarb, 13th settlement wok usdally allowed a wife Louis, seat ot hts .wagon and drqvojjlh pait four y ara. 80 far tbr bar jlfrn rntlr and intend to have nnd having only nature for a Commercial Washington special: aallifactlMi lo ill who hate boutbl Ihtui and I li'ArrrClirainut Arabian, llth Whit Mrlnt; atiuarriage for support in event of companion and me pouoeiBRii,inipn wen, accommodations. Mare. 13th Kill Montagu to be abla nianr teacher, his childlike sivnlv. Ha saui walked away, Justice Heguer this afternoon carried cipecl than anr ofIn eell a nrrat yrare. mora tbla Trailing t'a ptetlout M. T. Kl'MNKM.. ho fawn divorce. "there s up to faith was not to be wondered at. tho Senate tho old family Uible you will be able lo All all otd era promptly, lam, Y no acoounthV- - for tastci.Jvr-In .China a son must leave his wifo CONDENSED TIME. NlmoLAa Mann, utrryman. belonged to Augustiii Washing "Yes, Grccnnie, dear," he said, "I that Lafaytlte, InJ. if slio'displeaso her parents. Mutual bun ton, father of Gen. George Washing(Iistikm:,: Wn hat brtn utlhg and arlllng dislike, incompatibility of temper, and am very fond of pio." 'The Sabbath Dar. "And do you love me as much to. ton, which was sent to him and placed your wark In Clatke county for the lit lour & Vtoo.intichee talkoe on Uio parrot heat yeara with ouraelm A good square sermon, with roast iu his custody for safe keeping nnd ex cutloiiiera lh Your aatUfactlon launltetaally and day as you didlaU Tuesday ?'Wilje actKe. buta ar tha very beat fo7rb common' causes ot knowledged br our cuMouera to clinnpinL? thesubiect in her in luck tor dinner, is my idea of the dibit t: Congress. asked. It contains the p, lea thai ran b boutht In th OHintry. UAIMIOAD i.im:. pAJanancso wife can get a Plato. family reoord ot births and death; for tb Combination Hprlng lluny la pronounced Your l seventh day. drKjonTMy time upon a specified pulsive, North Sidujway. euieat tiding br all to ba tb Sneat. aoHrel. and aide-b1 have never been bailing on bun- - nlso the time of baptism of the chilway; wagon sus ajjt &- e Huggy now ute. Your rtrewtter TUAIM8JKIINO KOKTII. ( rf day, but I think Sunday evening the dren. It passed into the hands of I reriaiDiyla wnnoui n titai. laaing aiiiuaii Maacu I, ?MJ. El Hun. Araorig tho 'Moors a wife may bo Ethelbcrt replied, in tones thaP were aay that rannol t to see your Mary Washington, the mother of we fearletaly country foryour bugglee and dura, IH tuikf ih tremulous with tenderness. "My best in the week for going title, dulia, beaten In tha divorced and may marry again if she . ( 00 am iirtnlr4Uit si JaniM Orfft't ttU J1, tulUa Lre. Illchroond love for you shall never falter, nover girl. lUato. George, who wove tho goods of which blllly. Youra truly, truw HutoDtlllotiih S 00 ' Uurnter. MiJ'llfUiff r4 al fi2 TBKitlHT A Moim. does not becomo tuo mother ot a boy. "' UlBloo... JI " MTolnil'iRiaMikKlK Kuil ruo.aeyrtut vbta sweet toabbath day ot rest I Also the cover was made, She gave it to BpringSeld, Ohio. fade, but always be greater, stronger, S 11 lls fact U atrrtalnrt! r toira partrO with. Uo The'Abyfsfnians have no form of ' Crab Orchard. . 10 " Into for a good dinner. Also, for cutting her daughter, Hettie Lewis, of Fred. rttiliml nn rvlia till nony Nil WalrrUo la Htinlonl had In llrary owfuf UtcMTLXHta: I hat livo together and and more beautiful than before. Shelby Clty I jraraolJ, black ntiaDJbtfb nf tpWrklM alyU us apenl that love I have woven the' best 'eP the children's hair. Count mo iu. ericksburg, and sho passed it over to oter twoyeora, and hate notlook a duller for rean J action, and aawtll bret aa anr bora In I ha ' Inntllle Junctloo ... leave each other at pleasure. The nearly aa goal at pair! on Iheni, and Ibey , land. Ha I. by Kltbflltu, l bj M.n.UlrwCbUf, 10 OS " Mltchrlltburg forts of my life, and she to whom it is Confucius. her son, Robert Lewis, and he pre- new. Hat had bugglea af aeteial other Corcan husband can dissolvo tho con11 00 hbjr MatubrlDo l'ayioaUrt ha by Mambtloo: ha lhnon... . fUld nooeaogolae th Columbua Sunday is always welcome to me, sented it to Beltie 13. Bassett, who lUWo Mir. br IUt " New llaren. .. iiiapai by liun. Mrrtifr, lal daw bet bv lUmbUtonliD, will and leavo his wife to devoted shall ever be the shrino at buggies. Keapeetfully, nection at Mratructr, h by llarlnut, I IT Arr lbanon Junction. loose buttons, now owns it aud has had it iu her Huirgy Cbmpany'e for on that day I sew on T. K, HaoaDxm, 1 la " Cincinnati Junction iia ur itiu AUMnctr, znn nam Kr. iiirn.br ai care'fbr thd children. Ho has tho which my soul shall worship." Conyert, (leorgla. " Loulitlll........ & " non Wkn; b or ttiariburn'a Wblii m- br Unfortunately there was no body wash my feet and reflect that I am possession for tho past forty six years. power to put her to death for adultery. ttuiurnl Whip: ha I faltratMt dam by lirr Diogvi- ono week nearer the grave. GkntLkukk: Tha bugglea 1 hate had of your work, full of pic- manufacture It is an by Iwpoftrd wai cJ.3rldiw a inorouth-brti- l Cochin China the form of divorce with n club in the immediate MOUTH. TIUIN8 UOINIi In bar glten nt entlr aalltfcclloa. Illomede. liar Meaarnrer'e daw was out of a lull- enes. tures, and What is moro curious still, Tbey are the heat I bare eter ucd for the Mine s Messenger mere, and br Imp ltorkleghaiu. is to break n pair of or cop cinity. 1K1. rfutt. bloiNted "Maacu I, IMJ. money. Youra truly, lUchelleuls tb moat fasblonalde leal trolling "I can make pics," said Gwendolen, In tho Puritan days a young man St. Simon is represented as wearing amount of It. Cor.ujj, Mreryiuan. per coin in the presence of witnesses. botselnAutricaand w Inner ol more rtielttibs and caught waiting at the church door to S SO a iu purree Lte. louUellle Joptln, Mlnourl. than any horse In Kentucky, a few of which In Tartary husbands and wives put smiling archly as she spoke 7 in low,. seo his girl homo would bare been set eyo glasses, which wero not supposed Lte. hliu(ord.. lUnu At Islington. Ky., first prewlum "Can you, darling?" this to be in uso in those days. " Crab Orchard. (iiXTLtUKiti I hate been connected with the ID "' areas fullowe- MimbrttH. Chief. I'lbeaa. tlblo, etrrthegetor awavfitbeir- - partners when it pleases earnest tones. a 10 taanufjctureofapd dealing In bu,rglee fur fifteen Arr. Uelngtlon , i ' . down as ono shade worse thau a sheep lact a'l work and sweeilakt. I.'tbana, Is I, all tfiem. In'Biam tho first wife may be I.te, Your IM " wotk and aweepstakee, VrUna, IM4. Arsl reiulura There is a curious work of art on ycara. but la work does not look like moat factory Arr l.antaiter .... SO " for tsstesl trolling atalikMi, "Why, of course," responded the stealer. aruootbly flnlthed In wood. Iron Hlchioond. work, divorced and all subsequent wives can '; also (rat preeilum Minting uted In The mau who can seo sermons in the grounds of the Stato House at Columbuaand Irlinmln. Uatetlal baa protrd the cirl. f.rallwork MdM), IM7, first preraLea far fullUuggy Conipany'a bugcica to be sold. est trolling elatlloD. also first prrruluio tor all lljliL Kr.rt Ancln is most apt to go and Columbia, S. C. It is an iron cast- 1m, of the Ther run "Then," said Ethelhert, calmly but running brooks wo k, L'rbana. am premium for all wotk, aba PULLMAN PALACE CAH8 Some one has defined divorce to be hat bought look for them on Sundays when trout ing commemorating the South Caroli- tblt county who gita me neat your bugxleeerel swectakce premium loratllter tea set tier; Ohio trail pieateu, tney uiaatituciion. To Mriapblt, Little Hoc , Mobile, Montgomery, Htate Kelr, first piemlUM of IV) for all wotk, and the shadow cast by matrimony. Veri- firmly, "don't do it. Somebody that are biting. na soldiers who died in tho war, whose Youra truly, N. O. Picayune. ann nrw tirirana. eweetakeeof M), leellcglfhorrea el all agea K. K. Watt. ly it seemsto be n shadow cast by tho you liked might accidentally eat one KinlgrantatoTeaaa hat thelrrbolceoflworoutea: and breeds, Urbane, IICA, ellter castor and tllter names are inscribed on brass tablets at Wlocheater. Ilia. ot them." Mruphleor tla New Urleana. Time much pitcher, Cil.ana, IM. swtelira pttMtutu and tli woman at the head of a majority of our modern marriages, A quicker ami ratea lower than by any other purse of )0 for faiteel Irulllng slit .ni Maystllle, Ethelhert now has n second hand familysaving best savings hank estab- the base. A correspondent says: "Tho and a shadow that is increasing at an is tho route. It la aiaolh IMirse for fittest trolling stallion lat z In 3; also success of thi.o casting consists in its engagement ring for sale cheap. purs for best file. Ohio male Fair, lele, premiDealer for Lincoln and Garrard Ooi. appalling rate. Figures furnished by lished. The idea ot saving is a pleas perfect imitation of tho living palum of I too Ate rsdia. 0HEAPE3T AND BE8T IrtKttowagou for best stallion and by Helm's Time QDI0KEST, A Little Girl Welerloo'edsm the New England statistics on tho ant one; and if tho women imbibed it metto tho favorite treo of South Wrlslgtr'e lltlsbiiaar; InJ dam by Itoul to all polnti In Mlaaourl. Kaniaa, Illlnoli, subject will suffice, A friend whom nro met tho other once, they would cultivate aud adhere Carolina. We had heard of this Dangliters, Wives, HolliBrs! Ktasuth ltd dam lb noted rose ui le owned br Indiana, Iowa, N'ebrrtea, Colorado, Arkaniia. Only on change lo Chicago, tfi ltula and IUt Jo Helm and aflrrwaidsby N. T. lee. iln 1878 UicrV was one' divorce for day had such a springing step and so to it and thus when they arc hot statue iu other places, but had never Kor futthrr Information about llckcta to lb every fifteen marriages in Massachus- happy a countenance that we almost aware of it, they would bo laying the been able to believe the stories of the stend wur flue At the same rdice we will al Mouth, Kaniaa, Colorado, an emigrant ratra 10 Jatk, (liwuMloltu by Mlgalfa old (labe. Ibe !. I. ATHtlHK, Florida, abl.-r- ,' etts, oije to Ikirteen in Vermont, ono involuntarily asked him : foundation of a competent security in flexible leaves bending in tho breeze, at den. 1'iuj. and Ticket Agt Iulttllla, Ky. well known mule Jsek, Hen98 to insnre a mate In rttatus-- l at alaite. Ilia foal. Money du and lOjninoin Rhode Island, and one to u"' a stormy time, and shelter in a rainy supposing tills phenomenon an optical "Boyor,'irl?" Or K.J. Anthony, Agt., Mlantord. Ky. Bretdain waaby Caldwell's Merlaga Mammoth. eight in Connecticut. In these four "Haw did you know 1" said'hej as day. The best way to comprehend it delusion, but such is really tho case. .1. N. sV M. T. HlhSi:i.l. April. I Ml. states 1,000 persons were yearly di- he shook our baud vigorously by way is to keep an account ot all current Tho long, iliiu leaves of iron, lifelike "BLUE-GRASROUTE.' vorced, 1,000 families are broken up. of congratulating himself. expenses. Whether fivo hundred or even to the hairliko fibres of the twigs LLvo 1ild-w-i f m V5 "Guessed it," we replied. Throughout the Uniled States marfive thousand dollars are expended and branches, wave tremulously in increasing slowly and digood on the guess. It's annually, there is a chance to save every zephyr, nnd thb whole treo, riages are "Well you're vorces rapidly. The average num- a littIocirl,"and he nranced proudly something if tho eflort is made. Let painted artistically, has so closo a reIlay Bullion, tight hind but and near Irout fmt ber of divorces all over tho Union is on his way. It occurred to us then, the housowife take the idea, uct upon semblance to the real tree as to tie- -' while. liJ hend. blah: foaled In latf, bled by Cbaa. liunu, Stanford, Idnctsln IV, Ky. -- T1IK MOST DHHIKAHLK 1UJUTK T- OWMth ' KatwaalfMlwiK 9 estimated at not less than ono to every and reflection corroborates it, that it persevermgly, nnd she will save ceivo tho acutcst observer nt tho disSired by Mownger Chief, the sire or Maitel, record i 15. Maud M eaengar, Mtgslt at 4 yrare when it's a girl it's always little: never something where before she thought tance of fivo rods.' twentyimarriages. , old; luna C I JO gait at years. Mattla Malt j:?0 m -t N6coniryi'can continue morally or largo, never even medium sued, but impossible. This is a duty, yet not n gelt el S yratr; Abel Abdalub, at 4 years; "FoiMarrln2.2lgaltat 4 yeera old, and other I was taught that fonco posts should I DR. socinHyt sound, where ono marriage Is always little. Your, informant- "seems sordid avarice, but a mere obligation B. MARCHISI, good ooea. UTICA. N.Y., Isl dam by Sentinel, rerord t:JJ4', and Ibe site annulled to every twenty maae. oouin always to fear that you may have an that rests upon women as well as men. bo seasoned, but a trial ot bar posts -- TIIKONLY LINK IIUNNINU of Von Arnlm. reeord Z.72. mently bought Dlaoorerer of Dlt, UABCIIISl'S set green, seem to provo it. reeling m a i Carolina is tho only State in which di exaggerated idea and may picture by Cbtmoodor f. W. Kltaon for 1 0,000; a CATHOIICON, Young destlnel, 5:5fi; T. A., A good story is told on Charley encouraged iu that dircctiou, my UTERIKE vorccs are not legalized for nny cause some tremendous arrangement like CA US Grand Mlgnon.rvlk; Ceiioul.2it)(. Vltendlere, K POSITIVE CURE FOR HMAIECQMPUMT.. and in which none was ever grunted. unto a locomotive or a tobacco facto- Farnham, a traveling man who re- brother, about .Juno 2, '1815, sawed Sentinel, (I'ate's) J. to. eenllnel. act in 'rtl remedy wlU tlruta, harmony ttlt: the Sentinel le full brother to Volunteer, that slsnde from from thirty white oak trees posts for a aud alto Immediately all Iiiithe other States there is a miter ry, hence the invariable "little." On sides at Itipon. He was driving BCTWKENallJOO theteaaun, and le the tlie of St. Julian, upon th abdominal and uterlua mnaclet, and rrtvrd.zlllj.andolzOoIhe a with records of l.lo aljje multiplicity of very lax laws. the contrary tho boys are always Berlin to .Woutoma, rarid overtook;. fence in front of our house. They them to a, healUiy ami atrong condition. or ltter Dr. Marchlal'a Uterine Cathollcon will cur fall There hfs sever been a national law, bouncers, and yet there seems to bo woman und asked'b'er to ride, felling wero six by six inches at the butt, td dam by Aleiander'a Alidallah, tb tire of In; of the womb, Locorrbara, Chronic nSamma. X.ttxlitulciii mill Cliuiliiitiilt. floldtnilth Maid, record Z II, Koiillod, nUi, of tha Womb, Incidental courfoaro allowed almost unlimit- little moro bounco about one small her he was a traveling man. Sho de- thren liv six indies nt thn ton. unil and lion and Vlceralinn Tborndsl. 22h; Mak,r Eilsall, J.W; SL Kluiu, Uemorrhige or Hooding, ratnfat. Siiporeaaed fence being comed discretion. Consequently the mat- child than another. However, as this clined with thanks, saying she bad were set at once, the IM. AleisLdct's Abdalleh by llytdyk'a and Irregular MenttraaUun, Kidney Complaint, the gram air of Maud S. record ZsltH. and la eepeclally adapted to tbeCbanga of Life. TIMKTAIILK, IN KFIKOf MAUC1I I J, IU1-ter is in quito a queer condition. thing has been going on for so long, rather walk. They traveled along to- pleted in July. The fence is now and Ihealreof lelier 117',. Nettle, 2.1: Uratir, All letlcra of Inquiry Mend for pamphlet free. standing, and is in fair order, only freely anawereo. Aaarraa aa anotr. gether, she cutting across lots CincinOltl, ZcZut (lai-llStates there wo may as well let it pass. Among tho thirty-eigh- t ill, Jay llo.lJ, j.II, and M other with rerord ofl JO or better. Flllt l.l! 11V AI.I.IIIirt.RIKT. for l'Lrc, Islington and iu nn hour or so Charley two posts having been renewed in 30 7. JO a u 2.1S p m is Httle legal , Uniformity. A modest nati Saturday Night. lis anr aiid atk S.I dam by IteIJarket.li by Comet, and he by Mce 8I.&OIKT IwllI ' a J:iJ am ll.JO pm fiheruan Morgan lied Jacket'e lam was sired by oiayaeiii.. Dr Mirchi.'. ' tirlnet ithoaiou TekeoootLer overtook her again, and feeling sorry years,. We have proved ou this farm WjJHilm.rnanjed iti'pne Stato frequentaw b pm a ball brother 10 lllack In taking ' instantaneous photo- for her, asked her if alio hadn't better that chestuut posts nre mora durable " Cynthlcna....... a. 11 a in: a. 10 i in Kith dam aneitra roadHawk brought Irom th ly finds that she is not a legal wifo in mare, " Kilmoulb. ...... pin iul CSV p m Korhhy W. U Vance, Merosr county, Ky., and decreed in ono graphs some difficulty is experienced get in and ride. lie added, in order if cut and placed directly in the another. A divorce Arr. Unclnuatl. IllU ami Mtasenger Chief said to be of Messenger blood Farmer. waa sired by Abdel!ah Pilot, th t aire ol i'lrard. State is pomelimes set at naught in in bringing the object into the field of to reassure her: "I was fooling about ground. lied Jim, rerord of 2 10, trial aud arrlta at Maya- Leare Islington at IM p. the camera, lhe process of taking aim being a traveling man. I ura a mm rSurccitoia to Daughcrly A lloliuea, another. By the preset state of af ?.& br Mambrlno Mrssenier. the tlllel.15 p. iu. Kree I'arlor Car learea 1st dam sire Islington it 2:13 p. ra. and learea fairs, a man may have several lawful at, for instance, a moving object, such ister from Oahkosh." Ho says she new summer millinery. NTAM'OItD. - - KKXTUCKY, ofricvtt't Thomaa, record Zrzl, aud ttietlre uf- Ctuclnnall at 1 p. ui. as u ship, has sometimes to be repeat turned pale, jumped over a fence and wives at once in different sections of :Vti. MiHUricruaira or 2d dam by Mambtluo Chief, tb the ol lady the'States, nnd a child may be a law ed several times, aud in the end the. ran lor the woods, jelling, and he Mlu IIellk llt'uiiKidealrea to Inform tb Lad lee Tbornr, recotdl.latf; Woodford Msiobrluo, Jrli;; Qoa connection made luClnclnnatl for all point la ronttantly receding a fuf heir in ono Stato but illegitimate result is unsatisfactory. AI. larrey never saw her ngain. He says he of IkleTlrinlly that ahe tplendld new Uprlng and Fine ana near, opeciai raiea 10 cmigraota, Maiubr no lllul. :il; Dsrkntit, Ti37ji) Mambr. norin,r.aii very handtome dne of Pay lleury, Jil9,; llrlgnolla, Carriages, Buggies, Atk tha Agent at the placee for a no Star, wonders what iu thunder she run for. Muuiiuer Millinery, whlrU aheollera to ibe public if born in another. It is even recora has, to gel over this difficulty, design tb "lllue llrau Itoute." llouud-tri- p ed u photographic! gun. This is a at rery low Dgurra. Among her beautiful nock ol by Imp MaileoD, known as lhe foa trddam ticket! from Mayatllle and Islington to Cinmended for parties nitditating raatri hunting horse of Knglaud cinnati mM at reduced ratee. When people see a man Advertise Triiuiulngiaraall the lutrit dralgna. Including tb rage, trtlliHIc flow ra eilio baa alio a mony to familiarize themselves with very large revolver, with a stock to athdim by Temivst: For ratea on household goods and western is a business man, and Irepartuient. where ibegreateat attention HlhdsiubyTlg.r Whip; add reee CIIAt. A. IIAHLKTT, the contradictory State statutes, in put to the shoulder. The barrel is a they know he la glteu t the cutting, tilling and making of all Clh dam by Ihuneby'a liiomede, lien, Emigration Agt., Ootlngton, Ky 7th dam byCaunon'a Whip; ordetfeStftirey may be prepared - for telescope;', that is to say, it contains us miverimemen. jiriwimuis mm uu is kladaofdre-arC I.. DROWN. II I'.AT A. (th dam brMiip'a I'aragon be lenses of a camera; there Vre six- not above business, but anxious to do !'come what may." Abdallah I'llot was aired by AleituJcr's Abdal- Customers, like sheep, are gro riiiiiMiiiuirc lab. is a deplorable fact that in tho teen apertures, which take the place it. It 1st rcr. THE NEW ROUTE EAST, Znd dam Illandlna by Mambrlno I blef. 11 flock whero they see dam the fllrch luare, by I'trkrr's Ilrown Slmniooa Liter United estates neitner marriage nor of the chambers. Tho photographer garious, and let, (dam of Itosallnd, .J,). Mambrlno Metaen-gtoon -- VIAthe puts iu a sensitized plato bemud tlieio others go. It nobody elfo were endivorce fejpoeseiscd of legislative dig waa tired by Meiubtiiio I'aymaaler, the sire ol (l.llla and cartlratbe gaged in the same business, it would u Mambrlno Chief. Ihira by Van llantaller'a lray ! ui of the nlty. There U'nn other matter that apertures, and, performing an opera Messenger. He Is half brolhor lodellah aod tola, It cuiei when tion analogous to cocking tho weapon, be important to tradesmen aud dealers so much affect' the health and and mauyot the first trotters. lola waa regardcl all other rcintdicalill. he is ready for tho fiuM, On seeing a to advertise in the paper, becauso peo-lu her day atonaol Ibebrst trolling marea Firing, millions. Two people Mambrlno I'ayiusstcr waa sired by old Mambrl' .Stele llond-ucliAND no, and be by luip Messenger. urc too easily made oue, and again too flying bird ho takes aim and pulls the pie are tempted to buy what they easily made two. Tho judicial per- trigger, tho chamber revolves once, read ot. Hut others aro encaged iu For tho eanio business, ami even if they do cure of tbla diatreulng affliction, the relief and lake bliumooa formance ,of some of thcs,o problems in and in one second ho obtains sixteen MESSENGER PRINCE. ! WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. little pictures of tho bird iu various not advertise, it becomes the moro Liter ivvimaior ysii-:inianuptial- - nutnbers, namely, one and Till: 0XLV LINK UUXMNU Af. Marrey has important for you to do so; If they Hitherto one makes one, and ono from one positions. We manufacture lrrltgea of all dracrlplloiia, Hay Stallion, no while; foaled In l78: bred by The IteiuUtor will potitlrely lurathla terrible) u employing only workmen and uaiog Chia. Ilunn.Slaufurd, Llniolni-ounlyKy, leaves two is often ridiculous and re- made uso of his photographic gun for do advertise, it becomes doubly im dlteaie We aucrt ciupliatlrally what we know lo only luatertal, and tell at reasonable blted by Measengtr Chief, bo true. flects disgrace upon our social system. the purpose of investigating the flight portant. ogureaeiyle, woramanaiiip anu material couiiu Isl dam by Alcalde, air of Hylat, record, 2lllW; CONSTIPATION srvu. F.nlgma, Fa cy Day, 2.J0. 11 ij irAUiinr.Hi 1 iviiifiK, -- WITH Congress.should deal with divorco as of birds. Zd dam by Foreigner; Tho frontdoor bell of a bouse ou Should not he regarded at a lilfllog ailment. Ibe utiuoat regularity of the Uiwela. 3rd dam, Itos Mary, by Imp, Sorerelgn) it doeswith bankruptcy and jurisdicAn Irishman while at work on tho Galveston aveuuo was rung for about Therefore aiilil nature by taking nluimunt Liter by Imp, till Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! Dili dam Juliet by Lerlalbanj Hrgulalor. II la liaruilcu. mild and ellttlual. tion, so ihatan offender iti Ohio would Illinois aud Michigan canal was taken five minutes without ceasing. dam Koacluto; f li dam Mink by blr Archyi be equally guilty in Oregon. I'H.K.N, 71 h dam by Imp, lsycbe, by Sir 1'ttcr Telle; "I wouder who the mischief that llviifMiat In ml lor IIhmi who auflVr day ifUr very ill, and while the doctor who had a h dam by Jlabby Uordeaus; Distort tho matter as we may, it is been called iu was examining bis pa can be?" said the head of the family. day w II. ila, IHiMturKl ItyinlrwLi, From LOUISVILLE aud will Dlh dam bperanaas, own l later lo Saltruui, by painfully patent that tho majority of tieut his sympathizing friends wboj "I reckon it is some member of tiie cure you. loth dam br Virago, by Snap: MAliAUIA. marriages' arc unions. Peo liad tho oldest boy. lllack by gathered in wero anxiously watch- Legislature,'' replied dam by To WASHINGTON, llth dim Misslllatk aud alt b; young Crab: lllue; l'eraonaiuay arotd all atlacka by ple ruih into matrimony in it head- ing tho doctor. Finally, wishing to 1 rue Hlumerkln, lilh "What do you mean by that?" laamg a uow 01 eijiiiioiit Liter iieguiaior lu Keep lath dsiu he ljrd Oxford, luu Arablau! is thoy soon examine his tho liter In bealllit netlnn. long mauiier, The result "It's bound to bo somo infernal tongue, the doetor told llth dim by Dr. Arcby'a black.lrgged Itoyal TIIUOUailTIlK ware; sicken of one another and try to break him to open his mouth. A HAD KHKATII jocular wiropuller," was tho response. Foreigner waislrnl by Imp. (Ileuoe. llenerally arlilug from a dliorderel hloiuacli, (an tho bondf People" of proper prido Irishman, teeing him look intently in- mare al alt Ills Usui, Corrlna. waa a hue Grandest Scenery in America 1 dWlaucce. lor her pcrforiuaiicce'sceraiaTurf Iteglsler. It turned out however, that lujus be warded by taking l.liuuiout Liter Itegulaior will endeavor to make the best of a to the sick man a mouth, earnestly tice had been dono an unfortunate Alo'de waaslrnt br Mtiubrluo C'bltl. Counect ng direct In l'eiiu. Uejt fur bad bargain, and feel a delicacy about ueke.l: "And now ouut might he bet 1st dam by Pllo'.Jr , th sir of Johu Morgan, GalvesKlmiuunt Liter Itegulaior ko.m riadliatea title tramp by the comparison. rrcrd,l;2l; I' lot Tsuil.lo, :ZIJ, Taekey, ZI20; dlwaM Iroiu Ibe tytiem, hating Ihoaklu clear and parudlng'their pHVato griefs before yueeu Ik Wrat, ton News. Uenerel Balllmore,Philadelphia&N. Y; Tattler, .i:2i:; andofthe grand sirtiZaljiMaud 8, frtelruni all Iwpurlllea ol Slieriusli. Z A Vermont girl corresponded with the world. Many times a recourse to :or,ij. Msmbrluo (lia, Ji50: Voltaire, l purely vrjceUbla Thl rtraitaratlou recoid Z'l.' and frea o Talk about your race horses, brass Th Duly. Direct Lin lu legal measures makes much mischief a stranger iu California, mado a ZtZZKj II y las. 2:ZI,; llllljr Children fullering with colic aooti eipcrlcore re- from all ueuurloua or ujnict'roua aulwUncva, ana llosklut, Filol. Z J0, Liver Z.Jo,; lllack Ulackburu'a engagement, and went across the bands, religion, strawberries aud lief when tiliuiuoua drrite gI egulator liadiuloliler-cd- . It U abaoluuly rvrulii tobriunallkjiidiof wonna and misery for tho Children and other uut nauaMtluif 3d Usui by Whip. YlrgiHltt aud lhe C'HrelliiHH. Adulle aim Ml Iwiiaul from tbla from th human vkitiin. It U cblUmi will Ukto lbaiuoatdUcaieaiomiuh(aiid will innocent sufferers which should be continent to get as bIio supposed a cream but for geuuino glory on tho medicine. It la not uiipltuuiili It la hanulua and It M rteVllly m Ibty will utolaaaf. which abould Thabot horaea ZU tuek Ike atasuu of I ad J utha film Slabford, on etliicllte. 1'urely rvcouimviid It to etery boukvkvsT-ir1'arvniacau avoided, Self control and mutual for young aud wealthy husband. Sbo half shell give us a bevy of at nlmvlll! T.cket Otficra. at dies, lluua'a. Tickets apply It wlih aalVty, and aiutrkiliiir ayfa, happy and at thear on ul (llflreoflbaC. A O. lUllway, "Itush llranch l'lk,lrou mil fiom Stanford aud General fattva, and Joyouaaplma will unronuloiJkly ipr school girls iu Jerupike, ana S miles Irom Stanford and Laucaslrr beaTaiico wilrdrrrnucli'to ofteu tho found Instead a gray and ugly crauk,'1 tbv gratlmdt) of tha llltla oura. It I I ha ! it all! Went Unlit Nlreel, l.uulavlllr. Daurlll pike. Abdallah MesMiigrral A) lo In. Mecarelul Ibat you rt ilie ganulu hliuiuoiia kittmt that la taJfttiaiit to tuka 1'ut up lu whose sole property was a leaky hut salem pink lawns, pale bluo stockings, Liter Hrgulalor In our eugratrd Whit Wrapper, rank asperities ot a'repulsive life Messenger I'llm at 111 to sureaiiiiielul.nl. t For further luformallou. address J. C. KUNbT. lull, and ao)d by dvakra at l ' Insure n mar lu foal. Money due aa aoou aa lhe wtU red blaiup ami Signature uu. caula. Try a bottle. and wifo may be in alonely canon. Ilia neighbors of Cinderela slippers, and a hum bio brukto, Oeueral Uoiilbweatrru Agent, liutatlll. PHKHiaKDOKLYUY , fait la asierlalued, Address ManufertUMHl by C VHOOKKJb CO meaSurably' 'divorced by mutual fercd to pay her fare homo, but 'slio bees' uest then go 'hway lioney,- Omc0t HOO MnUh Mrft, .i.ty.U Ky. V. W. NMIT1I, WlIsI.IKO, I1TJNN,' J. II. ZK1I.IX ek CO.. II. W. k'llM.CK. -" Brueo Champ. (lei.'l Mauager, and yet manage to make declined it, and married him. Ileu'l I'aat'r Ag'l, Stanford, Llntoln counly, h'y. frld by all Vruggliti. roraaUluStinlordby TK1.MY A McAliitrk. riiii.aiiai.riiu. tattito books that cofllaik the earliest enactments ns to msrri'npe. Tho ancient Jew had n discretionary power of divorcing their ! wives, Under tho Mossaic law (Deut, zxiv It the husband wai tho sole judco, nnd could writohis wifo a "bill offJillvorcemcnt," for nny cause ho might ohooso. It was one of the earli est subjects of tho nomim law, and was permitted and'provtded for in tho Twclvo Tables. During tho latter years of tho Republic cither party could dissolvo the mnrriago tie at will, with the right to Cato divorced his wifo to Horlonsi-u- s and afterwards married her aijain. Augustus obliged tho husband of Livia topu her awaylhataho wight marry hWiWraseW. There ro historical of women' taking their tenth Ono woman had eight in husband. Cicero cast ofl Trentia. five years. cntinually discharged his wives. A, Iloman writer declared, 'Divorce is the fruit of marriage." SeMfn-lfiosamo rpccjing liken hTsfory nn.l ilia 1. l.iitfl UUUUun. -- nuw we rocci will, hm fln Y hat; you'll bo livelier withpoliteness, nnd n finuknt reti- atove-piiicence. Dicorco at is a deceitful out it, said a powerfully built red remedy nnd the crcatot of all of tho faced young truck driver tho other dav as ho nearly drovo over a deli 20, 1882 foes of domestic- - fifo. gentleman on Park Row. A Pointat but Sugatttir Romance. 1 ho pedestrian bad to skip in a very yon liko pie?' "Do It was in Summer that Gwendolen undignihed manner to escape. linn nf e their yoko more endurable thfl rt life long quarrel or fCiMithH stilt,- - by Complete Accommodated. "You had better get rid of that Salt let, cate-looki- m.rrk,. Thar & ". "J" tok P" .. l . . Gwendolen had hit her corn instead of a croquet ball, and as tho blow fell there camo to her such a feeling of dcolato loneliness, such n wiftful yearning to howl and swear, that she had looked into Kthclhcrt's eyes with her own dusky orbs and said, in the low, musical voico whoso ovpry lone thrilled Ethclbert with a tweet, rapt- .uunu " ,. tod fart ....-,. . -- ,. urotu, s thrill, that she really must go nnd help her dear mama get supper she loved so dearly to help in all household matters mama had oftoti said that whoever got her for a wifo would never need tohiro a girl and a merry laugh was trilled forth from between tho wine-relips that Ethclbert had. so often madc tipyhis mind tojtiss, twd weakened when the tine cams. d "You want your neck wrung very badly," ho said, ai he calncd tho sido walk nnd looked after tho truck. Tho driver heard him nnd pulled up his horso nt onco. "Will you ring itl" ho asked In gruff tones. The gcntlemjji took a j'ow, seconds to consider the ftuestion. Then 'lie Mid: ?Uft "No, I'll leavoThat johlor the hag. loan; but I'll fhuicn'youjfrioo,!if Hut will suit you." It appeared that tho proposal suited the driver, for in 'thirty ."setotids" ho stood before his iragilo looking man. "Now flatten my nose," ho mid, de ,' .. -N. thi dono before tho wools were well out of his mouth, nnd .as ho Jay oil hii back )a th.t feartcrho jxitfeaj countesions on his nance was that of mingled pain ami funtly, It was s d n, Northwest to South cast, and about thirty miles broad. For tho most part tho lako is shallow, and its surfaco is 1,200 feet abovo sea level. Tho outline nf tho lftko urn ... . :. . . somewhat irregular, . particularly on l.a eastern sido. llio alako lies lit a the vast valley or basin ot tho mountains, and is fed chiefly by tho waters of Utah Like, which aro convoyed to it by the river Jordan, coming in from the Southeast, and by Bear River, which empties its waters into it from tho North. There nro some nino Islands in the lake, tho principal one being Antelope, or Church Island, in Tho Spring-flood- s the Southeast. greatly increase tho sizo of the lake, spreading it over extensivo tracts, from which, however, it recedes as the Summer wears on. As is well known the lake has no outlet. The water of tho lake is transparent, and is sosalty as to form oua of the purest and most concentrated brines of which wo have knowledge; it contains 22 per cent, of nodium, slightly mixed chloride with other salts. The lako contains no fish, but immcnso numbers of gulls, wild ducks, gecso, and swans frequent its Island shores. The first known mention of tho lake was by Barou Hontau, in 1GSi, who gathered somo vague notions of its existence from the Indians West of tho Missitsippi. Genera! Fremont explored and des cribed it in 1813, nnd whs the first whito man tonavigato it. Salt Lako City, tho Mormou Zion, had, according to the census of 1880. a popula tion nf 20,758 nralnst 12,854 in I miles long from w - Lko, Utah, The Croat Salt is Lai. sovonly-fivo GQMT STILL LEADS WITH THE rmmm KIttOINN HOUNE! -- STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, PKrOTHT rwyw-t- Tmron Siimtr KENTUCKY. I'KOl'HIKTOK. HTANfimP, KY., 0, 3, WINE, LANCASTER, JOHN T. IINKilN.H, ' Mnnunfiiti, A riRST Intfrrr ptrtlriiUr. CLABH HOTEL lk puMIe (K-t- r) Tl.lfl, el ollcltnl, anil Hllihrtlnn (uirintmt, Tliptronl yti.i llrlnnf, Ac ll ) wotk 500,000 PLANTS! roit nam:! I niir'1u- anU fitlion PiL-- " PJHBmH anll .iar- MRC EST BOECY IN THE WORlD. AND FOR hT for Hit it rar Mnt Blor H4M1,KICK 'If 1)1(11 ! tion ml malrarn th. nn applica- PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! 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