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Semi-weekly interior journal: June 2, 1882 Semi-weekly interior journal 300dpi TIFF G4 page images W.P. Walton Stanford, KY 1882 sem1882060201_sn85052020 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Semi-weekly interior journal: June 2, 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. '" 9tm VOLUME r BIlfilO. Weekln ity ranging from 1 to 780 per cent., nnd nvprncintrlllncrcont. ad valorem. yet our goods nnd wnrcs nro nono of them oxtrnvngnntly high, nnd somo of them nro extremely low. Kor n lady can buy n nico onlioo dress 12 ynrds with thread nnd but tons nnd n chromo thrown in for n singlo dollnr; nnd a gentleman can get n Sunday shirt, ready mndo nnd Mono up," good enough to marry in, for tho sarno amount of capital. A freo trader on reading this statement will nk ns quick ns ho can mnko his mouth go ell, "Why do you want n tnriL', then?'' Ho might tie sufficiently nnsnercd by nsking him, why docs ho wish to nlrohsh tho tarill since it is, nl least, doing no harm? Tlio truo ground scorns to bo between the two extremes bo tweon tho idens of tho freo traders nnd thoso nf tho high protectionists. Tho rovenuo needed for tho national government should bo raised by n tarill, which should bo so adjusted as to nflord such protection to tho homo some-whero JWefia 2, 1882 rnoFixiiimi.. T.W.TARNON. WAM.AUR K.VAH0N. STANFORD, KY.. FRIDAY. JUNE upon nml n lilndcrnnco to onmmarcc, nml tlmt it lends to prevent us from Inlying mid rolling In tlio markets most fnvornjiln to our interest. Lot in seo how this thing would work. Huppnso wo lenr down our custom liounes nml open our Krts to nil tlio world, whnt would Ira tlio rornilt? Tlionlmost cllcct would bo n Inrnoly In (raised Inllux of oroijjri m inuf.ictured Good Breeding NEW SERIES-NUMB- ER 48. 6 K tmi-Mttli- lo Inlcriorlonrnal Editor and Proprietor. P. WALTON, R. WALTON. r Butlnttt Manager. I'uhUnhril TtirmlnuK intil I'rlilmi't N'J.nil 77 products ns wullnsol certain ngricultii rnl products siiclmsnro produced hero, mid m n nccpnry coiwijucnco n proKlUf tf Julttlar Jrwil. digious fall in tlio prices nf nil llioio Tlio frco traders contend that to oommodities. Tlio rciit indiutriiil levy laxca upon in porta so ns to nf ford protection to lioiiiomnnufaoturcra eorriorHtioiisof Knglnud, Franco nud ngniiitt tlio products of foreign pnnper (icrmnny with tlio mlvniitngn oi their .'I per cent, capital, nud of labor Inbor U to tax one clrus oi our citiem clicnp nt pnupcr wngoa could mid would for tlio profit of Another cliuj to tax fill our markets to overflowtlio consumer fur tlio enrichment oi forthwith ing with ohrnper goods tlinu wo ever the producer, natliev oxiircro it. Tliev 1)0 my tlmt It U equivalent in cllcct to col saw to re, ami runny of us would think nt first thnt tlio millennia hnd Itetlng a tnx Irurii ono portion of tlio iKiiiiilntion and Imiidinir it over in a set in. This would nlfect tlio farmer Imj nhlo to . . ilonntlon Ion moro favored infiiiuu, ,very happily. . .Ho would nn n .i.i. - ....!. !. ..!.. .' iiuy nenny nml ins L'ooosni nn immenso I h. aAt nf t,n erama. i rtlitnlitti lm -- v.. injustice, n grent outrage; hut is l url''u B " j"" l.eforo ho 1. true? Who pays tlio duty on importnppy change occur- wIihkmU? Is It paid exclusively by red. Ho would bo buyiiiir where be Uortninly liny ono cinja ol citizens; Kven if it wns altogether paid oould buy choijioU, ami felling whero not. by thaoonsunicra it would not be our he could soil highosd. This would bo good for the burner if it reel to say it was pnid by n clni, for rcrtninly List; iiut would it hut? How tlio consumers nro not n particular would lai of citizens. All, ovory man, would it nlfect tho homo manufacturer? I would havonno of two nltcrnnti vos, woman and child in tlio nation is n lo consumer. Primarily and directly the vir: To roluco his prices, and in order larillduty is pnid by tlio importor nt to do so roduco tho wngos of his to the Ftnrvation rate, onjuit the custom lmuso when ho lands his btisino). Hut ns our working people goods. Tlio importer then adds tlio duty to tlio prico nud makes the con- urn wholly uimcqiminted with that sumer pay it if hr tii. If tlio pur- kind of servitude which provnils in chaser or consumer is willing to give tho old world that system under nud docs givo tlio importer's price, which tho poor mHnratconwitn beno then ho pays tho duty: but if he buys faction to havo leave to toil for soup nt less than tho pneo domaiulod, ho and rags tlioy woulil strike lor lietter and tho factories would be pays none of the duty or only pnrt of 'l""ro according to the prico ngreo.1 upon. luwl. Il ii ncolloi to dessnbe- -if ' Iwdivcriba ,l hetro.i.ondoUB It is n matter of contract botwoen llio revolution in industrial niTiiM that ., imKirtcr nnd the consumer in winch i i wniuu men wko ihaco in uu country. i. : iw.ii. .,-:- ,. nM....n .,. r Infill ilUIIIU uiuv uniii IILU. II till It 14 livo millions of industrious, thrifty .. ...i.:.i -- ti .i... . i..d... rues whlob idlKit olliir bn.in.. trans n",, ''"I'l'V IOOI!o would bo forco.1 0 ,H"r empoymcni, ami me Hctions. It is nil humbuggory to c,mnB claim, ns the free traders do, that tho &?"" lKjrt;?" .,f thcr, ihxJr thoy y of iUolf fixes the nrico of tho W 'il,un T"'0 cuiiiKKlity, and fixes it xo imiieniti ve ' f"ers-..ll""k- I ly that the consumer has no option but ".""li ?." "S 1 "f. fifty millions of It mnv hnmmi. Krarv .Mvn it. in oounirv lnrttdoMliapiicn, that there is nu n. anil 1 ',",Bi i"0'". over supply of nomo article of Min-iit0 "U' merce imiMrtr.1, nnd that ns a H,ore ,ron more oottou, "lf0 iioiico the in.Hirtor is obliged U) los w ",:,,r,ttl on it, ',.",ro ,,vor1 ,,(!scr,i" not only tho duty ho has greater iin wnlor WHer butalarLromrtoftho or.Jnal c,t. ln vantage or every con 'M 1... I.ko every Uly el.f. muit oll for co.vnblo kind for manufaoturiugoper. Mich price n, can get. And even P)P'" n io nroa.i when there is not nu over supply of """ '" r,,, H !of any nrticlo ho must cou.o in competi- tliwo wlimalile lihwinci and settling tior, with tho American miuutaclurer onior tliat tlioy nn.I ...list sell n low ns ho doos or not ",)w '!' l,lowlnB ' i. ,.nn.. may "buuivhere thru can buy rhraimt! at nil; nnd i:.. il.i. ,,-I-, ... InA Mil nl r .i... .1..... ii..t , . " "t iiecossary to iKiiut out tho n lll SIllliJ ll4fr ho hss paid nnd moro too. Yet, in the Ml.' tll0.ulr madnw of a country a face of nil thcio obvious nud familinr PU"DB Hcll in so dci.Ksndont and ,I,,M, " '"1""";.'" that downlied. fiuln. tho fne trader awiinM that the ,, BBesl""' of it u aurely j1 consumer a.Mys pay the duty nd !"rro TARIFf QUESTION 1 K l10ll ANNUM. it, ........... "rcs cm-nlin- producer, whether manufacturer or farmer, as will cnablo him to fairly compote with tho foreign producer iu our own market; nnd it should bo ad justed with discrimination for that purpose, lmt without mnkiiic it nro liibitory ns to nny urticlo of commerce. In order to determine what rato of duty shall bo imposed on any given nrticlo with tho view of bringing nbout such fair competition, the difleronco lietweon tho rato of wages nnd of interest in foreign countries nnd in tho United States, nnd nlso the cost of transportation, should bo taken into .1 careful consideration. H. May, 1882. Sta n of Temper A short timoogon married con plo in Illinois, who had lived together forty years and given tho world n Inker's dozen ot children, disagreed go sen ously that tho wife sued for n divorce on tho ground of incompatibility of temper. A rare coincidence of professional decency caused counsel on both sides to agree upon nn endeavor to reconcile tho couple, nnd tho Judge promised to assist, bo when too case was called each lawyer declared the willingness of his client to do whatev cr was honorable nud proper, tho Judge following with n manly address, and suddenly tho husband nnd wite arose, shook hands nml departed together and for home. Thousands of divorces might be prevented iu the eamo manner, for in conjugal life in compatibility ot temper is meroly u lo gal term for indefensible selfishness, and au instant of fair feeling will compel it to appear in its true character. Incompatibility Ono great proof of good breeding, nnd which should nlso bo taught csr-lis tho manner to aervnnts. So ninny think it quito unnecessary to them with tho smallest courtesy, or common kindness even, or think of adding: "If you plcaso" lo their order, or "Thank you" for their fulfilment. Hough, dictatorial manners to persons in n lower station than ourselves, is ono of tho worst forms of ill breeding. It is cownrdly to insult or niinoy nny nun wlioo position prevent their resenting it, nnd icarcely nny puni'limcnt is too sovero for n child who is rudo nnd insulting to thonureo, or nny of tho servants. Too grcnt familiarity is nlso wrong and underbred, nnd in its way nn equal unkind-nnss- ; for it puts tho servants out of their social position, nnd may lead them to forget tho respect duo to those placed in authority over them. A pleasant look and word for them n gracious acknowledgment of their services, n wnrm interest in nil thnt concerns them, nnd a desiro to spare them all unnecessary trouble, will insure their respect nnd affection, nnd secure for ourselves that beat of service love service. Ono of tho things that in this ago is much to be condemned is n careless nnd indifferent manner, n want of respect for superiors, nnd n careless, not to say vulgar speech; everything is too much trouble, nnd wo havo jumped from tho stately, precise wnya of our forefathers, from their verbose nnd stilted language, to n flippant indifference, ami a total disregard to putting the "right word iu tho right placo." y, nil-dr- PENNY ATTOIIN13VH OfB T. W. A W. K. VAIINON, ,VT IA-AV- . & McALJSTEK, t:e?v:ii3:l.:e3dr.j. AMI MI.Yr.UWAUi: Olooka anil In 0itr K. STANFORD, KV A Bon'i new ImlMlng-tO. ip tain. ThcLAKGEST STOCK of WATOHES.OLOOKS, JEWELRY rounliraand In IhaOmirtorApptali. Ever brought to this market. Pricea Lower than the I owost. Fatclie KY. Jewelry Repairetl on short notice, antl Warranletl. Jl.il.r Cnininlnloocr ami Cnuntj Attorney, Will practice In all IhnUniruof (lirranl anil aljolnlnf -- V'l"J'01tN13 KAUFI'MAN. A.T I.. AW, A.'I"rllNJ5V A.'I XAV, HTANIOIID, KY. Will practice In the Count ol thli ami tillolnlnK coiintln tl In tbt Ooufl or Appeali. Oft re In Owaler A Don'a new Imlldloc up ililti. rilOMABi'. lllhl.ML, H. C. RUPLEY, 3VE33DFt0 3E3CL.KrT KTilNFOItl), il Fiom the best i.f Foreign Makers They will be cut andmatoln flnt-claCutting and Repairing neatly an 1 pr miptly done "To Kicel." ALEX. ANDEHBON, A.'x"roitN32V A.rr hja-w- , TAILOR, ICY., ity e. DANVILI.K, KY., Will practice In the Courta of Bojlciod adjoining coiintlea and In the Court of Appeal!. Tales Ibis opportunity of Ibsnklng his palioni In Stinfur land vicinity for their liberal support, and led a Oiit-la- i slot k this early In the leason, hefbra being cnlled hopei to retain It, at he hat over, and It A.'jrj.'OllIVJJY MABTEIIBON 1'EYTON, A-l- Comprises everything thai is IYTew. III! motto Is: LIIIKUTV. KY. Will practice In all theCuurtiof Ca.er and adjoining cuuntlee, ami In the Court of Appeal!. Special attention given to collectlooi. Office over IU 4NDKXMI!ICIiroRfUaYCOUIfTT, T. Pierce'! "lore. DU. STANFORD, J. O. GAUPENTEB, Office orer Rolit. S. l.jllo'i itore. Office houn M , 12 to 1 u j 7 to 9 r. u. from 7 to 9 i. r KY. South ilde Main Htreet, two loon abort lho Mjen Hotel. admlnlilered when rePureNltroui Oxide quired. It. C. MORGAN, S. D. B. Office HTJUGKON HTANFOUD, LEE V. HUFFMAN. WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER DJ3NT1IHT, KENTUCKY !!! 0i - a ... ' ,,"'-C?-di.l- v 'y "I lI" "PJB "" 1 T" Au old man of 75, who died a few days ago at Cabannes, near Tarnscon, CUL'KCII lUHhCTOKT. in France, left n claue in his will to tho effect that nil friends nttending his Key. J. H. Bins, TaiKTUODIIT, SOUTH funeral wero to smoko pipes while follor. SeMlcweTfry Sunday wornlngand night, t'rajer Meetings I humlir nighii. Sumlir School lowing his rcmnins to tho grave, nnd IVOO l. . J B. HI nn, uuwrlnteudeot The were to adjourn to n cafe to spend in Woman'! Missionary Society uieeta here on the 1st Sunday In each month, at 3 o'clock. Mri. T. T. drink nsiini of SCO specially bequeath- Daviess, 1'realdrot. ed for tho purpose. Three hundred IUV. J. M. Bauci, i'aitor. Hervlcea men, headed by tho Mayor of tho vil- BAPTIST. and Fourth Sunday!, morning and night. Prayer Meeting every Wednesday afterlage, duly attended tho obsequies, noon. Sunday School at 9 30 a. u. It. K. Harrow which took placo without nny religious Superintendent. Worship by the congregation rites. Kvery follower hnd n lighted CHRISTIAN day. Preachlngby Dr. J. W Coa pipo iu hit mouth, nnd after the inter- on First and Third Ixjnl'i dsrs. Sunday School ment the second portion of this curi- at 9 15. Jos. Severance, Superintendent. ous testamentary disposition was carri- IJREgBYTI.IlIAN. SOUTH Rev. I. S. School at 9 M John W. ed out. Rout, Superintendent Union Prayer Meeting ou -- Will be in (Stanford two wecki Dental room! ofeach month, from flrtt Mondtv In Ht. Atapli llotel, orer McA later A Ilrlgbl'i. IjaniaHer two wrekiof each uionth TSee ilgn.) At from third Monday, Dental roonn In Maftuulloune l'ure nitron, oxld gne administered tfee ilgn. C4 tf when a!TmU DJ3NTIHT, Cheaper Than Ever Before - A.T McRoberts fe Stagg's. Jlarcjimt rvwitctl ami will Keep coiiMlantly on Iiauil a fresh line r llic BEAUTIFUL STOCK ! ! Groceries,Confectioneries, FAHXXXjIT Alluruliifli lluy will Soil at the Very Lowest Possible Margin. Tliey an; also agonlM lor (lie wile ol" Matlinglj'M sniierlor Woolt'ii (HooiIn anil Ynrnw. 1 i'. "'"'' '" f' l"nB Growth of tiii:Tkoi'ICai. Fiiuit Tram:. Hananns. cocoanuts, man- Wednesday nlghti "T1 l""'nB"y to nrgue the whole question upon that assumption, and toilouounco tho legislation, which, ns ho claims, inflicts this He arguos tho cast ns if it wrong. wuro a onto in which tho government liad decreed by legislative enactment that tho American purchaser of for eiK'ii goods should pay the importer n pricoiuflicienttocovcr the import duty recardless of tho stato of tho market, and thus insuro him against loss by reason nf tho importation. Itut ho docs not stop hero. In order to make out his case of "taxing one class for tho honeGt of another," ho declares that tho consumer nlways pays, and is obliged by this legislation to pay to the American manufacturer for his products nu amount equal to tho duty on such products in nddition to n fair price for them. This is not true in point of fact, mid it could not bo true, ns every peusihlo man knows, except under n stato of case which duos not exist in this country, if, indeed, it ever did or could exist in any country. If thoro was hut one mnn or firm or corporation in tho United States en gaged in manufacturing if, in other words, thoro was no competition between American manufacturers, nnd could if such n thing as not occur, then it might bo trim thnt the consumer would bo compelled to pay to tho American manufacturer kiicIi prices ns ho might demand, not exceeding those of tho importor. Hut ho long ns there is competition nmorig our own manufacturers, nnd so long us thcro nro fluctuations, caused by failure of demand and other business inllucnccs, it is unreasonable lo expect such n thing. And in fact wo nil know that thoro nro many articles of American manufacture that can to day be bought in Stanford ns cheap as tlioy ran in h'ngland, notwithstanding thore is n duty of from fit) to 100 per cent. upon them, which disproves tho us portion that tho ooiisumor always piys tho amount of tho duty over nnd above n tnir price for good). Thooriosnro of very littlovnluowhou tlioy stand in contradiction of facts. To nny that wo should buy whero wo can buy cheapest, nud soil whero wo can sell highest, Bounds very pretty; it is u very captivating idea, nnd it is tlio realization of this which tho freo tradoni contend that thoir theories carried out will bring about, and with it bring wealth and prosperity to till mankind. They proposo to put this theory into pructice, some of them for they ililfer ntiioni! themselvesby repealing all tarill' laws, nnd others by reducing import duties to the lowest possiblo rcalo to bring tho needed revenue. Though dill'er-in- g in this regard they agreo fully in tho idea tlmt nny tarill is a burden Hut while our ioplo would still bo cnjiiyiug tlio glorious privilege of "buying where they oould buy ohoap est," they would soon find, after American manufacturing establish- monU had cwise.1 to oxisi; that tlioy Could not buy cheap nuy whero. So found themselves soon ns foreigners masters of tho situation tho only limit to priow would bo the buyer's ability to pay. Tho Amorioan pooplo would then know some thing nbout tho evils ofmotiopoly would then realize iu sorrow the ditlercuco between what freo traders now stigmatize ns the monopoly power of tho "protectionist Inr.ina" mid that kind of power in tho hands of foreign capitalists wielded ngainstus. Tlioy would then begin to think it bast for Americans to legislate for Americans in spito of tho beautiful theories of schoolmasters nnd scientific dreamers. Thoro is a good deal of loose talk about this thing called monopoly in "M,' l To church tho two together went, both, doubtless, on devotion bent. Tlio parson preached with fluent e:ie, on Pharisees and Sadduceos. And as tluy homeward slowly walked, the lovers on the sermon talked, nnd he ho deeply loved tho maid in eoft nnd tender nccent snid; "Darling, do you think l hat wo nro l'linrii-rand S.iddusco? Sho flashed on him her bright black eyes in one swift look of vexed surprise, nud thus he hastened to uvpr, ho was her constant worship per: "Hut, Darling, I insist," said he, that you are very fair-- I see. I know that you don't caro for me, nnd thnt makes mo so ! goes nnd pineapples nro now coming in ntNew York from tho West Indies I would respcctlully Invite the pul.llo in generiu immense quantities. The supply al, wbowlsh a good, clean share, or a nlie hair-cof tropical fruit is expected to be ahaui(ioo or auy.blng In my linelocall on me at I have much larger than it was lost season. the St. Asaph Hotel.OOTRICE.S THRKi: llARIIhRS. LOW. A. DilNAIII. The importations at New York last yenr wero vnlued nt S4,383,09C, nnd nnd paid duties nmounted to S7C2,-37- fiai: ISA ativi:its FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING -- ! B5T- FIRST-CLAS- S B. K. Main Stroei, ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! GEORGE D. BATTERTON, Lord Derby is tho admiration nnd envy of nil Irish landholders, having cleared out of thnt country with $800,-00- 0 for his land fivo years ago. 'Tod,' as his father used to call him, knows a thing or two, and probably bore in mind Wholesale and retail dealer in LAKE ICC. proinptl filled blilpmeuts by exprss or adjoining freight. , UrUceaud 4th alr.-etDanville, Ky, that clnuse oi Peel's will pro- hibiting the investment of a penny of Iii3 property in Irish Boil. Sir Robert had been a Chiet Secretary. Fourteen States hnve ench a lnrger number of saloons than Kentucky, nnd ono Stnte, Now York, has more than seven times as many, alone, and Ohio has four times tho number of maligned Kentucky. Tho number of retail dealers in Kentucky is but while Ohio has 14,330, and Indiana fi.l'JO. A popular writer wanted to know how to make bis books sell for more "Die," said his publisher; "a money. man's hooka always bring fifty per cent, more when he dies." The author is considering tho matter. CRAB ORCHARD ttl milord, Ky. 1 have bought out my brothcr; It. II. Wenreu, and will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, iu the Si. Asanh Hotel building. I will keep a full stock of Furniture of every description and sell at ligures that cannot bo beaten. 3Iy stock of Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Hobos alAvays on hand. I also repair Furniture'and do carpenter's job work. (Orders by tclcgriiiili promptly nUciidcd to.) WEAREN, B. K. WEAREN. WILL BE OPENED! To Its old friends aud to I lie public on connection with tho manufacturers and mechanics, nml it is ns erroneous ns it is loose. Au absolute monopoly in any kind of business iu this country except under protection nf u patent, Kveu under a is an impossibility. tarill that wholly excludes foreign products there could not bo u monopoly here, nor nny tiling approximating it. Thoro is too much capital nud loo muoh enterprise nud business viglnuco and vitality among our pooplo for nny ono mnn or combination of men to havo all of u good thing to themsolvos, or to bo permitted to enjoy extortiou-at- o profits long nt u timo. Tho enormous prolita alleged to hnvo 1k.ch made by muiiufacturors in tho Kast havo been largely exaggerated for political ellect. No doubt many of thorn have made handsome gains, nnd so tlioy ought so ought overy livo, in dustriuus num. And it is quito likely some of them havo inado oxorbitaut mid unreasonable profits, more than justice entitled thorn to. (J reedy and avaricious moil tho world over, in all callings, will avail themselves of nny advantages nllorded them 10 obtain their follow men's earnings without fair consideration. Thcro would be no moro fairness and no less greed on tho part oj" such men under a freo trudo system than under a protective system. All they want is mi opportunity to appropriate a neighbor's things, nnd that tlioy will find now nml thou undor nny oodo of laws that might bedeviled. Au no evidence that homo competition will always keep prices within pretty reasonable bounds, tho fact may bo referred to that notwithstanding wo havo a soalo of tarill' duties now iu forco on almost every known commodi- - A snfo nnd almost sure remedy for nn iulUmed eye is to bathe the ntllict-emember in lukewnrm water, into which n small quantity of common table salt has been dissolved. Hold the eyes open while bathing, and immediately relief will bo experienced. Bathing the eyes morning nnd night iu cold water is nu excellent practice for thoso who nro obliged to use their eyes to nny extent. Tho wnter acts liko n tonic, nnd strengthens and brightens tlio eyes. Tho eyes should bo kept open ns much us possiblo during tho process of Inthing thorn. Indianapolis Journal. A policeman fouud what ho thought wns nn infernal machine on a Boston wharf. ,IIe avoided touching it sending for his superior ollicers, and then it wns carefully conveyed to tho station house, lho siirmi.-'- was that Fenians had intended to put it aboard a British steamer. It proved to bo n harmless electric apparatus thrown nway by telephone workmen. d be-fo- w cuy ft -- HC-A.S ffit Biff man THE- - THE 15th DAY OF JUNE FOR THE GENUINE 1882 ! MWIELD SEASOX OJP UNDi:il AN Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; tom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Doos Not Freeze. Ss3&55gZzE? Foulest Cisterns Made Pure by This Elevator. Draws Fresh Water from Bot- New Management. The world does not nccept a etnto-nie- Eutirely without verifying it. Wo are told that tho way of the transgressor Gen. Jas. F. Robiuion. of Lexington, is hard, and pretty nearly every man Manager. in the community is trying to find out The office in charge of Mess. John for himself just how hard it is. Fleet and 0. P. Moore. A mean correspondent says that Secretary Chandler has a kind of o watered-the-whi--- s ky and sanded look. the sugar-comLouisville o Courier-Journa- l. RATES OF BOARD : $2.50 l'cr May Per Meek 11.00 IJUiO Tho gambler lives on our hopes, l'cr Moiiili CiSt!nyn) tho lawyer on our quarrels, the doctor CUILDRF.N AND NURSES MALI' PRICE. In beating her own record on the on our ills nnd tho clergyman on our westward voyage, ns sho had previous- fears, Tho mellenuium will throw EVERY COMFORT AND LUXURY, ly done on tho eastern, tho Alaska has these pooplo ull out of employment. Lake Ice IncludeJ. will be aupplled to gueiti, aud again cut down tho possibilities of bo that In every rrul!ltaof a A Texas boy shot n rabbit with a Ihey are assured Management does not luteud to be liotal the ing reached by hor rivnls. Yet uo rille. Tho ball passed through tho surpassed by any In Aweilca. doubt she will Iwforo long bo surpiss-ed- . animal, killed a sheen, struck a stone, w. a. WELCH. Seven days and four hours to and glanced 200 yards nud buried itTrustee America nnd soveu days to Kurope self in n negro's leg. cannot bo called u long voyage, hut 91 Tho wicked young men nf this even this will bo diminished. placo havo quit telling each other to A farmer writing to tho Nnshvillo "go to h I" but say "go to Oynthi-nun.- " American suggests nu easy method Hourbon News. for clearing tho wheat fields of army "Smith, said urown, "there a. n Uo says ho has his boys take worms. ww n ropo thirty or forty feet long, drnw fortuno iu thnt miue." "I know, e it taut, una drag it over tho wheat. said Smith; "I'vo putmyfortunoinit." 0Q r Tho worms nro dislodged nnd tho maCD H "A contingent fee," "If n lawyer pi tured onos nro unable to climb back, ho gets nothing. If he while tho younger onos that return loses the case client gets nothing." wins his nro shaken of! next mofiiing. M Tin )retllNt biuil li litri, Iu iu, If every murderer who is hanged Tbtt Vrti ll Milk uoii II flies on nugel wings straight Of lintluf vurknl. lo hi) V, really from tho gallows to Abraham's borxl Ua her uwn irlu bound. som, it is s t run go that none of these 1'kotktion mou Mai.auia. The preso colled progrcssivochurchcs advocate ventive lllie Southern remedy, e murder ns a means of graco. Breck- Simmon Liver lteulxtor, a purely tonic, callitrllc and alterative. It inridge News. m -act more iroiiitlr In curing all forma of so Two I'ttliforniaus iu partnership malarial dlieam-- man calomel or quinine, tj havo nu their various rnuchos ninety-fiv- e without any of the Injurinili conaeiiuencea a4 wl.ttili follow their line. Take (lie lteuula- thousand bend of cattle nnd ono CD and will Leep hundred nnd ten thousand head of lur miJ It In perfect your liver bowels will kidneys order, and you sheep. To tako caro of these flocks never have an vxneriuierttal knowledge of flvo huudrcd men nro now employed. I the weaning of the word malaria. w SM first-clau OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Bo ken Back. Ta- - a i I o p a d wo g tn t:. o fi Aw 0 Iw o 3 SI m S P CD d d S & H vege-tabl- ij 3 o ft ffl W O u l" p 0 w Stint-ttcfil- tho iniquitous determination of the year. It I stated that Frank Jame ha nomrepublicans to teat the thief and Tiiukk men woro murdered in inally surrendered under a dig of truce, scoundrel, Mackcy, in tho placo of Kentucky Tuesday. Their murder- and that Governor Crltlenden, of Mlaeottrl, The Dibble, of South Carolina. ers will Ira pardoned by tho "kind-hearte- ha promtned n full and unconditional pardon to the famou outlaw, democrats claimed that his nssump old "Governor" nnd they will Mia Lou Mallard, nf tlii county, ha lion of election was based on the bo released to further prey on tho auetl the Loutuvllle & Nashville railroad nnd domand most transparent frauds Crimo of for $5 000 damage for taking her pint the lives of their fellow-men- . ed that an investigation at least into all kinds is on tho increase, and will tation (Harper's Ferry) to which ahe had tho charges ot bribery nnd forgery continuo to bo so until death or tho bought n ticket. Lebanon Standard. should bo made, but tho republicans, Eagan, the wife murderer, Thorn expiration of tho present gubernatoribent on stealing tho scat nnd increase al term, ends an administration that npon being cntcnced to be hanged June 1.1, at Sioux Fall, Dakota, coolly suppleing their majority, have broken tho has disgusted all sensible people. mented the acntenco with the mocking dead lock by adopting a rule contrary Capt. T. J. IIknry and Col. Jacob blphemy! "Amenl I guess lean stand to all parliamentary law, putting it It." Over twenty thouaand Immigrant into tho power of tho Speaker to say aro "dividing timo" in many of tho what motions he will consider and towns in tho South western part of tho linded at Caitle Garden 1at week, bringCourier-Journa- l reports ing the rcore rlnce Jan. l,up to about what ho will not and leaving him solo Stnto. Tho show that Henry just wallops tho 210,000. Thl la over 45,000 more than dictator as to whether tho minority the total for the same period of the hithshall bo heard. This manifestly un- ground for miles around with tho erto unprecedented year 1881. just rulo adopted to meet tho exigenco body of Jacob, while the CommerWAsiiiJforosf, May 30. The New ot their party, will, like Eevcral oth- cial's indicate that Jacob never fails York Sun to day nominate for 1881 the ers mado to defeat tho rights of tho to set down so hard on the littlo following republican ticket: For Presiminority, corao homo to roost to tho mountaineer that ho is mashed as flat dent, Chester A. Arthur, of New York; for Vice Preaident, Henjamln Harrion, of Ininjury of tho party now inflicting it, as a negro's foot. diana; Platform, Reform of the Civil SerTun Louisvillo Pott is dead against vice. for titno scarcely ever fails to right .a n Joshua F. Speed died Monday article wrong or visit its punishment on tho Heury, and in a double-leadeat the Louisville Hotel, alter a lingperpetrators. The character of tho says: We will soon be able to lay beering Illnea. Mr. Speed wa one of Abraman, Mackcy, is in full keeping with fore our readers somo interesting ex- ham Lincoln' earliest and beat friend. the principles of the republican party, tracts from the records ot police courts He wa In the CSth year of his age. The - anxiety in diflerent towns, which will likely deceased wa a brother of and accounts for the extremeof tho leaders to seat the thief. As dispel the delusion that Captain Hen- General Speed, of Lincoln's Cabinet. Madison county haa levied a lax of Deputy Collector of Nebraska City, ry's performance in this city were mere ho stolo a lot of dry goods and tried temporary ebullitions of "a generous ten cent upon the $100 for general purpose and for road two ct., poll tax $1 CO to murder the clerk who caught him and genial nature." The tax on property i 11 cent less than and demanded payment. Af tcrwards,on Our usually amiable and peaceable last year. A statement of the financial threat of punishment, ho paid for the contemporary, the Breckinridge News, condition of the county show that the goods and left the city disgraced in has put ou the war paint. Listen to county ha about $40,000 in her Treasury. The Court of Appeal ha affirmed tho sight of every body but his repub- him : "Tho editor of tho Sitnday Arlican admirers. Sinco his removal to gus intimates that wo have been a the decision ot the lower Court in the case of Ike Arnold, who trird In shoot the Com South Carolina he has been identified prisoner before the police court of monwealth's attorney at the trial of hi with tho meanest clan of the carpet-bageer- s Louisville at some period of our life. brother, J. II. Arnold for tho killing ot and the idea that such a Tho intimation is an infamous lie nnd Little. He had already served the year's scamp could bo elected even by tho the editor of the Sunday Argus an in- imprisonment hut wanted to get rid of the $1,000 fine. icnorant and misguided negroes of famous liar. The Court of Appeil haa affirmed the is preposterous. Dutthereis that Slate, Guiteau begins at last to appreci- decision of the lower court in the case of nothing that the party in power will ate the gavity of his situatiou. A the Commonwealth v. Louisville and not do to increase their strength, and telegram states that a colored preach- Nashville Railroad Company, this being sooner or later, it will return to tor- er called on him to administer the the celebrated Sunday law test cae In ment them as sure as there is a God of consolations of religion Wednesday, which Judge Jackson, of the Jefferson CirJustice. In view of tho dishonest ac- and during his talk, it is said that the cuit Court, diauiiased the petition nf the tion of the republicans tholeadingdem-ocrat- a assassin really shed tears. Poor fel- Commonwealth asking for the enforcement of the Sunday law. of Congress have signed a prolow, his tears will ceaso to flow on The Democratic Executive Committee matest against tha proceedings of tho and after the 30th of the present met yesterday and called a convention, to jority, and rulings of tho Speaker as month. meet in thia city June 27, to nominate a candidate for Judge of Court of Apunjustifiable, arbitrary and revoluThe "Cerro Gordo Guards," some peal. The incumbent,theJudge Lewis, of tionary, and expressly designed to de- 50 in number, have organized in Mt. Barren, has no competitor for the nominaprive tho minority ot that protection Sterling. We suppose the object of tion, Mr. Iiutiell,of Lebanon, having shied which has been one of the great montheir organization is to proceed to from the beaten track in rearcli of some uments of tho representative system to the gown and Washington for the purpose of pro- undiscovered short-cu- t by the patriotic labors of the advo- tecting Hi published cards betray their namesake from tho firery such unfitness for the place that he may a cates ot parliamentary privileges and and blood thirsty Jon Blackburn, but well be eliminated a a factor in the race. civil liberty. it is useless. Joseph has decided not C. J. It is a very detestable bird that to chew the old hero's mane. "PRAISE THE LORD." will befoul its own nest, but Johnd Judge C. E. Kincaid, Secretary, Lawhenceuuro, May 311, 1SS2. whito is that kind of n buzzard. IIo writes us to announce that tho State Ikar Interior: charged in Congress Tuesday, that The wool clip ot Andenion Democratic Central Committee has last year wag about 40,000 pound, and Kentucky had repudiated some of her opened Headquarters opposite the sheep are multiplying rapidly. A debts, but he was quickly sat down Gait House, where all democrats will pound of wool for a band of whisky is a upon by Air. Carlise, who denied his be welcome whon they come to the fearfully disproportionate showing, for the statements and proved their untruth. city. All communications for the present, but let m hope the sheep will Johnny D. then replied that some Committeo should be directed to him "draw ahead" in the race from thia on. counties in the Stato had repudiated, The crop are everywhere Buperb. I no1st and Main, Louisville. ticed a field of rye in the course of a bug but this was killed by Air. Carlislo The remains of Thomas Jefferson gy ride a day or two ago (with my ever atexplaining that in the counties alluded to, it was mostly a matter of county after lying so long at his old home, tentive brother, Charley Williams), that looked aa if the straw averaged C feet, and to railroad schemes, Montioello, Va., are to bo disinterred subscriptions beautifully thick on the comparatively which was no affair of the State's, and taken to Washington, Tho bonea poor soil. Farmers say they never saw a and in most cases never even became of but few of our great men rest'in finer Bland of corn. Almost no replanting peace. to do. an actual debt. From Monday night to Wednesday afThe Ohio Court of Appeals has de- ternoon, not a confeaiion for the soul. One Tiie Legislature refused to pay the cided the Foud Liquor tax law as un lady anointed for healing. Wednesday expenses of Gov. Blackburn's littlo constitutional, and tho saloon keepers night 5 came. A joyful relief to many circas to Yorktown, and now it is are happy again. The law imposed a waiting, expectant heart. Thursday, 3 in said that that dignitary has given his the afternoon and 3 at night. Friday, 4 tax of $500 on every saloon. individual note for the sum. That's all at the 3 o'clock service, and 9 at night. At Oun tariff editor presents, another both these services were confessions that poppycock. Tho Governor knows that his paper is far from being negotiable article on that important subject in thrilled the entite community. Saturday and that he couldn't sell it at ten cents this issue. It will be found on our C in the afternoon and 23 at night the latregular "breaking down" on tho dollar to a single bank in the first page nnd we commend its careful ter service a right and left. Sunday, 4, 101 and 34 at State. IIo tried to bulldozo the legis- perusal to our readers. tho three aervices the afternoon being aa lature in to making an appropriation NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS, usual, for the children. A aplendid lot of for tho bill by threatening to pay it The U.S currency outataiulInK aggre-gal- "little fellows," bright and uncommonly well taught thanks to Ihe Sunday cchoola, out of his own pocket if it didn't, $302,400,053. Sunday night the LOKI) gave the theme now let him plank Up tho money. ironFifteen thotuaml fire hundred that never fail to bring a harvest now, the His notes are n. g. worker in 1'iUnburg are on a strike. d nfler-noowool-sace, The republican ymterday robbed Dibsays that tho fool washing which was to have taken ble of hi feat In Gongrta and gave It to placo at ML Zion church, in Graves Mackty, a South Carolina who wa never elected. county last Sunday, was postponed on The eillmaled decrease of the public Juno 2, 1882 account of tho rain. It strikes us debt for May N about $10,000,000, Wing le Friday Morning, that unless Mt. Zion is on tho biggest than uual on account of the heavy penkind of a river, that tho heavier tho sion payment during the month. EDITOR w. p. w Alton, of PresThe attorney for the rain tho better for the business, as it is rumored that tomo of tho feet to be ident Garfield ha applied to the United J'on a week ttio minority in Con washed had not undcrgono a similar Stale Supreme Court for a writ of halta likely that It will lie grcss wcro ablo to successfully resist operation sinco tho sarao occasion last wrpio, LutltWnot granted. u 3n!mor$ournaI An exchange carpet-bange- -- xIn lion In II beginning ia not thamrttr. It I given to a characterless, sinner, nn eternal, free gfft. Such love may or may not work out a beautiful character. Character doea mean a "Crown." a "principality," These are for the "few chosen." The "many called" do yet get the free gift" Surely they do, for Jem' sake. And that I a glorlou gift. Ileyond that undeserved Salvation, I may, it I will, gain a iltnerrttl "reward," wvrkalor "wage." That mean tKatvtt.r. "Weil done' good and faithful servant" and the like. O, It I all so beautifully plain I Why will men mt. tKHMi AnvmmF.xt.m. BRUCE, lV.M.OMX.VS It an lihleptnilent en.ll.i f,r ItneiMllsOnnntr, AngiKl rleetlon, liseamlMals for MYERS HOTEL, STANFORD. KY. E. II. BUKNSIDE, - AMruor of IMi. WARREN & CO. JOHN w. icr.itiiv nf of llnrkeatll county, AiifnU rleetlon, 1M1. lo His eifflr Propr. "AN 1IONKST n.oi ATTOR .11. iitntDirrr. EY AT LAW, This Old nnd Woll Known Ilotol Still Maintains its nigh Koputntion, AND N Mt. Vornon, Ky. Will nrartlr hi iirofnulnn In rtorkraitl ami a (Joining Fountlm anl In ths Court ot Apr!!. NrwrUI allentlnn firm to rntlpetlont. blunder? The "hoya" gave ii a serenade after an uproar Ion fashion, soon after our arrival. I am free lo say I never heard a more diabolical churn of voice. I could almost Imagine myself in Leslie county. The dear fellow have nearly all confessed, and we lioxi all will nuke Ihe nmtntle honora ble and come to Jem. I want to hear In the heavenly chorus, that rlproaring soprano that did such good service fo the devil that night. I believe I shall. Aa attentive and respectful audience a we have ever had, are these in Lawrence burg. Ever in Jesus. UEO. U. PULASKI COUNTT. 11 A IS GOOD FOR THE SOUL." the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger quantity of goods I F i Its Proprietor is Determined that it Shall be Seoond to no Country Hotel in the Stato in its Fare, Appointments, or Attention to Comfort of their Quests. VAmJGVY NVOICK II MT. VI. NON. 1CV.. J. E. VOWELS' I n(KM nlllht roattttil frrr nfrhara. fcprrlal Agency of Oonth-Ben- d Ohlllati Plow, Averj'a Oast and Btoel Plowi, ilnokero Reapers & Mowerj.Sweepstakos Threshers, Mitchell Tarm Wagons, New Ilorne Betting Midlines, Tat lot's Elittio 11 ed Springs, tnComm.rflallrat.lfM. Th liar (till ko alnaf aappliril with th fhnlc.t braada of l.lqaara aa4 ( laaia. In anil from arrommailatina lhpot to As Expected Tho Oldest, aad not forailmll.lnt; purpnorai Tl Mia.ua. In oi'der to get jiiiiui: .ii.vix Ill .. mjVAi.i., UN F?. Frankfort, la a c.txll.l.t.. ..r HUl'KltlOll JUlMIK In thl, lhM nrnrltt, aiil.Jfcl tollnnr-tlon-ot tho lUmitt'ff. Beit antl Standard Twine Binders Still Triumphantly Successful! Mr Jam. who la In T ia fcir th tolh wTrrr.1 loot l.klr, u Iraraphi a Mlowa, for my Information, lM. "Far aa Iraia (n aro nn r.nlla." i Mr V A Maiwfll.onaoftny mm, wrIU from Wife, T.iaa, un rrilaio Mays, II I I bat now aiarird alt 1m Twin llln.l.ra, whltb coul.l not ,l lltrr; r Ih airalr.t (ln. .lo Tr May S, Mn.. A. V. ItlCII.Utli.N, Eubankt Station. picnic at Cuba wa The not so much of a succe on account of Ihe continued rain Sunday. J. N. Drown, emigrant agent, had bla knee badly cut a few days ago by gelling off a moving train South of thia place. J. E (looch, who was a he asserts pushed off a train while In motion near Waynesburg and severely crippled, wa In town yesterday, though far from being well. Hilly Field, whowasso severely burn ed at ltohinson'a saw mill, an account of which waa given in Friday's issue, i now able In walk around home, and neither of hi eye is entirely lost. .Mr. 1'erk nwceney gave birth lo an other girl last week. Thl will probably be of interest to her profligate husband, who drove her from home a few day pre- viou to her confinement. A cow belonging to Kphratm Padgett came home the other night apptrenlly well anil in Rood order, but next morning waa found dead at his gate. Her body waa ilia sected, and in her paunch waa found elugt of line, roll of tin, and a number of small Sunday-schoo- l nf lMiliTlllr. la a ntxIM.I for Hur Her Jul(o In lhlitlia.l nl.lilft, ul.Jl lu th adlen of th Utincxracjr. I''ta. .TiiilKO It. .1. Illir.CKIMCIIKJi: liaranIM.lr txr Ju.l of .Muprrlnr fWmt, tnl4Ml artloo of lh Momlijr In Aii(uil. in In cwuploof Ih this season than ever before,and possibly more goods than this trade mands. "We de- have Twin lllmlrr. wlikh I pnrthawl nf Mr. A lllnrhman, your aarnt al Waco, Tttaa, la poifKllonll.air, for haJ II hralna of In own II aroma It muM no! poaalhly ilo any Ullrr. Wa .if. aUrlnl Ihom.chlno, an.t ih tint Ihrr quartrr Of 1 .anoaitrr, l a rm!l.l.l for Jihl( of tli"i. ilar wrrut alol II ariro, i!ln ixrlrrl wot. 1 ran tiamllomy marhlno wlthnnalraa horw lhaa 'mnI.VHirl fruni llm'JJ dl.lrlcl. Mutjwl tu tlm anr ottirr machine, ami do 11 rr work. I am . action of Hi Jemorf fully aatl.Dnl thai II la tho Imt niarhlno manu. rVosW, n.l, riurr;ln lai, jMllwHf I trimwilling wlih my llinltoilrtprrlonro, am to rut wlih any oth.r marhlno In tho a,,. ILN. MITt'llKI.U lnrerap. nrtl Th Oike INnTtirrii'K.TViaa. Mat , 1M1 Mr. IM. Iliaami). (hlr.ro. III.- ,- ;var Sir: nrlml rllr. tho opinion ot a lfln it. mminvrr. 500,000 PLANTS! i'ok mm:! I always advocated that it is better for us, and certainly is for the custommany goods lute far iil l mt JImI Blr PLANTS OF ALL KINDS! Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, IUIn-- I by A. II. IWllrUm. All er, to sell a great for Orders from a Distance Promptly Tilled. AilJm J. T. IIAHIIIN, 1 ttnfri, kf. rricks. prostitute running around King Mountain last wee got drunk Thursday snd went into the tunnel anil came near getting her "light put out" by a train, Ihe step of which stiuck her in Ihe back inflicting a painful wound from which recovery i doubtful. Her true name we have not learned. A Somerset. (From the Heporte r ) Scarlet fever has entirely disappesred. Partial arrangements have been made lo construct a street railway here. Iteubcn Faulkner, who has been in the penitentiary for counterfeiting, ha return ed, having been pardoned. Wm. Harvey contemplateaintroducing in this section a machine for pulverizing raw limestone for fertilizing purpose. H. II. IJrinkley haa received from Washington, some large German Carp, which he will put in a pond for propagation. The C. S. It. H. has contracted to buy of the Greenwood and Iieaver Creek consolidation 2G car loads of coal every day for five year. This is equal to $100,000 worth of busines. Mary Kail, the woman who killed old man Sini.h Jlurlon in thia county some week since wa arrested in Nlcholasville, and the authorities here were notified by telegram of the fact, and Jailer Shrpperd went after her. A white man, one Micajah Cariner waa sold for vagrancy in Somerset, and brought $15 for ninety day services. Although Ihe possessor of a wife and four children, lie will not work nor give any awiatance whatever to their support. MT. VERNON astonish the people. Our Grocery and Clothing combination, with the advantage of a a little profit than ABDALLAHGLENCOE! niMMNKli rrnt tj a few goods for .l.blr, ?, llu.tootlllrllu.loniill. luni4kr, lu, Ulxltf Kr,ontu Jr. To a great profit. ATTP.N IMU.I.AKS who ftrul'tiunti? iuir enforce this princi- tali (.. tht lT, tr itl irt Tfr ple, we are ready, t tobrlr f aw! tt Jm with an increase of nlhMat Klm, bj AUitntn'a In trade,to reduce our T aIJihr froni-- t prices, and hfritnrf I)rrrlnitltrrw haaoHl.lalr.il arm IT?. Haunter rut Ittff, Tuck, rarfflUr, will begin a i,l.J al J Win,. Iirrrln; ltooo new scale that will routi srvun., BOB MoEIROY, MY (ll.KNCOK, will.nn.1 tho lullr. Irum fcTAI.LlON, ami AIIIIAI.LAII M Unraln o-d- ay prer lu th il Trtillni; th ttur furtVIU lh luikm AHttAL teama itiuavy lu a of 4 in LA II (i!.KMt)K Itfttiark Is oM Hr hat lrolf?l In 1 H cbf hUht 9 10 rmHi'bi tiatM.itfttf. luw Iratk with ! Ifa liaaprovrn hliai-d- f a rawMfml walkrrt tlm hoTM. baflRKprttlufaM AUUltehltknroe wa alrnl AW AMallah, h lir Hi. ha i!aw Wllllr, tlallati, hflhy llamblrtoolan. Stvlilaniby a nJlcrre untMwa, d4ibV-bw- 4 Ifciaaarxl Inl dita a trwryh-!fqualHOt, I rviVr t tiW mire Aa to bla oiJrn.ll.il-foUowtnggrnUvratn JJ J K. ItiOffh lino and Hinder baa arty aero.: man, H e JI CaUta worn oierM foil V K. II. eMhloKorea WrathtrfenJ, MutUrfitllle, K IlKKKINd. HurnvlUf. Stanford. Teioa, May I!, latl. worked wrll aft day on ti Llahl Ironirly bothlna broke, Jan. hkkhi.vo My 8n Jm, will aim lUixl at the mmi 4ac Not a fault ho dieluerd llarlf la our Tela, oar AT t Tho Hrerlsf DOI.I.iUS aa It hart aaIrau. unlrVraally at Intend, u .till load To Inture a mar In foal nn Mm runiltllont It la Iho van knowlotlrl by all atwie Kirlx. at Ion anil atjrlc thia Jack la un uuprrjudlrnl Ju.ltfra It hi berelofrtrt done. I'. ia. .tl.MKU.IIT.Manford.Ky, auriuaU 40-lrot April, IM- i: N. I'lIM i:i.l,. AErntlor Uncoln County. To .niiir In llaTohoon tory iHi.y Ihlt wrok atarllnt; llln i. wrll am don if"l work Thonowparlaall work wall. WoaUrlM on In aho bai rut IhoHaronf SO aero ami la woll pUal with II. Iwtrn I! anil Tho. arnlb.ro will put out thirty II ml.ra. Crop In Into Mrilnn aro jour.. OKl. M. WINTHt, O MaariiaNrainiK. May I IMI Ma. Wm Hiikihii, Chltiupt, Ilia purtliiant no of your lTrrn Twin IHrnltraofA llinrhnitn, your ajrnt al Wars, Tun. I laVo ploaouroln ooylmc lo Tim that I am Hmro than aibnl wlih Ha aliupnolly anil ir-rp- tt I am fully oon'inml lliat It I. by wnikint:. far. tliotT.1 m.rhloo In Ihe flrldo ol 'at. I hail a MrUmntrk warhln rut my (rain lul yoar, un. Ill I waa aaiMnl that It waa an atlual f.flur. ami lama to mm, anil I botltf tour lllnl.r to I aaf.r aho.l of lla.lht roaprrla ahr.l ollho oM wllo You.raro.rr,illy, J I. MfKRI.VAlN. Wo, tho Ulhlrrl(nnl, halloa: wltnraanl tho worklnaot tlioatuTohi.nllonnl raaohlno, both In rlpoawlirronirain, lully hrllote It lo Ih brolmorkloo mado forth puricM ol barowlloa tr.lo, and w rally tuntur In Iho aim atalriorat. Vory lr.lirrir.illy your.. MrKRI.VAIS, KLI.IS JO.NM. Maian,Toiai. Miy I, l1t Ma Wm Iikikikii rhlrot. Ilia , 1 arrlr-Sir hfosun.l.y xl(ht. Monday round iroat o irtirnirnl. Ilur arf.nl, Mr. hoamxloarnnfwuriiutot'lroourmariilno tral laalVrflol rr wata. I ihwifht t bad aron rwogh (toud.! and tootled artln. 1 wa ml.ltirn Anmi Arty laiMon wtropnoml. 1 had no Irouldo wbatrtor Tho farurr a lu.latod on th M.rah Whllnoy, Horkoye. and Sh mo try Inf Ik They roouard. Veura. rlo., W.J. lIUItllAM. LiTur TKLraeiwa. . W!lltriii(.Tri , May , IMS. .r.; all hat atarlnl I. ntfully i:iUIIT working ue to urge all to bring along their produce ana exchange for mehave added to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost impossible for you to call for anything we cannot supply. Parties desiring to visit admirably, and we contin- Double Store, is WHOLESALE LIST Til D y I D Jai MERCHANTS ! SEEDS! SEND US YOUR BUSI- NESS CARD FOR D. LANDRETH TRADE LIST. & SONS, PHILADELPHIA. rchandise. We GEO. D. WEAREN, STANFORD-- , LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE, IIFALKII IN DEPARTMENT. Egypt ia a Stale of anarchy. The New York Timet, , in reply to Khedive haa Iwen deponed and war la imseveral hundred letters sent to South- minent. George Ellin' trial for the murder of ern editors, has found that the South is solidly democratic, that the inde- the Gibbon children began at Gttletts-bur- The pendent movements inaugurated under the auspices of thn administration, are ignoble failures, that local differences will bo forgotten in maintaiug true democratic principles and that all efforts at defeating them will provo abortive. David A. Wkub, who predicted tho financial crash in 1873, says that we are soon to have both financial aud social disturbances. Wo hope, though, that his mission as a prophet, ended with the former prediction. Kt , yrterdy. The IforW, a paper that was to revolutionize the newspaper buiinres in Louisville, has had troublo with its printers and ceased to make its diurnal revolutions, so tho long felt want continues to exist. IIussiol County has instructed lor WoltorJ for Congress, Judgo 0 wsloy for Governor, aud 11. SI. llurdctt, Kq.. forSuperior Judge. Captain Martin Q. Hart, having withdrawn, Colonel Wcilfurd now has no fur CoiiitreM. There it talk of putting up General V. S. Hancock n Pemocratic candidate for Governor in l'entiiylvania. An Ohio brute ratified hi own daughter and then murdered her because he refused to be further debauched. A. joint Stock Company ia to build a new Hotel at lieorgetown, at a coat 01 130,000, if $19,000 more can be raited. Hr the lockout at the Wheeling, V. Va., iron mill 1 91) J men, who draw wages amounting to $58,950 each week, are idle. At rJhawhan Station, near I'arl, Ky., Wallace llallerton allot and killed Albert Lewi. The latter waa the aggreiwlre party. Honeal Allen, the atallion mate of George Wllke, the greateat trotting team ever ou the liack,dlrd at Lexington within nine da; of Wilkt. The (tcond trial at Islington of Hen ry White, the book'keeer who ii charged with robbing the l'ayette National Hank, haa progressed as far aa the argument. 2nd advent of our Savior, 31 confessed the Monday afternoon 5, DEAlt NAME. making up even 200 for the lint week, 17 anointed. Monday night, the firat service of the 2nd wtek there were 23 an auspicious beginning. Yesterday 0 in the afternoon and 10 at night. Total to Tuesday night (aa fir aa I can ieort by mall and catch Friday's paper) 239 for soul and 23 for body. l'llAI&E THE LOUD. If you knew the dear nouU who have confessed Ihe Savior, you would say so too, with a full heart. We like Lawrenctburg better aud better. Of course that meant the people in and about It. I only hoe the at tachment ia mutual. Among the confersora are whisky diatll-lerwholesale dealers, saloon keepers, drinkers, farmers, merchants, bankers, and ladiea with teiuier aweet and sour. Jesua welcomes all and no questions raised. O, that Sin cioealion, settled on the dear Cross never to be rained for a moment In this e "day of grace I" That ia Gvjxl I Ihe woild lo dUprove It clerical and lay. It if more and mora the marrnw of every discourse I preach. Preaching is nothing without it. "HauiUl, with Hamlet left out." This gospel alone will work a radical change In Ihe life. If that falls, all fails. And it will save Ihe soul, even when not received in simplicity as lo change the life, and win a crowi). Salea. a, dial-leng- Sam. Af. Burdett. Editor. An unusually heavy rain fell Wedne-da- y night. It waa not needed. Mr. Wm. Linton lost a horse from a pasture near town Sunday night. He thinks it must have been stolen, at he haa been unable to hear any thing from it. Iloth parties are having considerable trouble in fixing up their slate fur the county ollicea. There will probably be three or four candidates for each office, except that nf judge. Fur thli last the contest will be between James F, Wallin, democrat, and J. 11 Lear, republican. Wallin will be elected by a handsome majority if lie runs. Chapter 7 10, Acts of the last General Aasembly, is aa follows: "He it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, Ufa. 1. That all acta amendatory to an net entitled an act to prohibit the sale of intxjc iting liquor In Itockoaslle county, apjiruved March 21, 1870, be and the same are hereby repealed. Sec. 2. This act lo lake t fleet from and af ter it pa'sage. Approved April'Nt, 18S2i Ac " Auout l'toi'LE Mrs. Kitty llragg Is -- isiting friend in London. Mrs. Jack Adams, Jr., U in Louiiville. Miss Jael ltedd accompanied Mr. J. 11. Otter to Louisville Wednesday, Judge E. W. Turner, of Iticliuioud, spent two nights and a day here this week. He is one of the muat agreeable gentlemen in tho State, He has many friends hero who would like to tee him Attorney General Itockoaslle is always solid for him fur any thing he want. Last Tuesday a little child scarcely a year old of Mrs. J II. Otter, by accident not hold of a Y.el containing concentrat ed lye and drank some of Ihe content. Drs. Drown and MoKee were Hluiuioned at once and did everything In their power to relieve ths poor little suUerer, but without avail. After lingering in great agony until Wednesday morning, death came to the Utile one's relief. Mr. and Mrs. Otter were almost crazed with grief over the sad occurrence. The sympathy fur them Is universal. They left with Ihe remains Wednesday mornlnj for Louisville, where the burial will take place, Thia untimely death has cast a gloom over the entire community. Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, our store from Livingston, Pino Hill, BrodheaoV Gum Sulphur, Crab Orchard, can now come on tho regular train and spend five hours to DF thoroughly investigate this market and learn the genu- inoness ot our low pnoes. Wo aro always open for tho convenience of tho publio, and continue to invito all to mako our houso their head quarters; transact your bus iness; chat your friends; use I -- A. i n. i nac -- v nil our chairs, writing material, &c, and we trust that you will feel it is no imposit' on us.fpr we confess the publio has trade 1 liberally with us, and we want to show some appreciation of it. ICcniierH. Nell'IIIiuIerM, JMuvtcrH, ISullty IMouh, J nil ii Iirllln, CJiilllVHtorri, IlarrouM, iruj-HiiKeCursi-l'lHiiter1'orn-Nlieller- '03 9 NHUUVM NtriiU'CiitlurM, liny l'rt'hut'w, tnic .lltiililnt'H hihI TIii-umI- i. KiikIhch, And other Implements and Machinery. We buy exclusively from Manufacturers, d lots, aud consequently obtain the Isrgest ditcount and direct, for cash, io Goods a: Buasouable Prices lowest rates of freight. Our motto 1st "first-clas- s the Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, car-loa- GEO. D. WEAREN, Staufoid.Ky. W. la. .VIT1II.1IF., Manager taucaitor Depot. gi.i:i: V Uanaer lluiioutlll UII.I.IAMH, Depot fflTyLiriroRiD, Friday Morning, L A kit. B (OS. m. . 2 ( r. m Juno 2, 1882 N. L OCAL TIME CARD. I'MMfirrr train North.... " " Honlh.... LOCAL NOTICES. A HtuRgV. MoAlliti-r'n- . Paint of Penny A MoAllstcr. Fiimi llliie Lick Water, nl MoIloWrt t)oAH'ii7Met(lasoIlno (1 human IIuy xl at Penny A Millet ami llnnjtuian seed nl W. II. IIlRRln.'. Halt, I.lms and Cement rontntly n In ml A. Owsley'". New slock ofJewelrr nml .Hllyerware at Penny A McAlliterV 8011A Watf.ii Mler llian In any past seasons, at Mclloberts A Ht(t(5. Watch w, Clocks ami Jewelry repaired ami warranted liy Penny A MoAllstcr. Wr. carry (lie largest and beat assortment nf canned goods, McA Hater A Uright. (Jam. on W. II. HIirRlns for crass ami Kraln scythes, Saddle r'a Rtaln cradles, Ac, Puitr. AMn Fruit Vinegar, beat In the world, for sala only by McAllater A HrlgM. and 2for Yow will find tlie best B renta tigtt In town at Penny A McAlls-ler's- . Nicr. assortment of French Candle and a fresh lot of foreign fruit juit rerclr ed at McAllater A HrlghlV. hating the McCormlck A 1.1. farmer A Midline can OaralevV A Ret Mint Inrlinlinir Apricot. (Iraiics, Pears, Peaches I'm I'lum at McAIUter and llrlRht'. PERSONAL full It. Owen, Agent. line of California Canned J. eilra and twine at A, flood, Mini HittIeI'AXTdm, who In Iwen Unite ill, I IiiiproflnK. Mia 8ai.uk Vanhevkku returned yesterday. from Hamilton Mh. John McJam, of Kansas, I vlsitlnc hi slater, Mr. II. O. Alford. Mr. and Mm. W. II. WiiimiTT. of Lancaster, Tialted Mr. Dr. J. J. Wilson, Tuesday. Mk. J. M. Hai.lkr ha moved hi family to Stanford, and taken rooms at Mr. Mary lagan's. Mr. K.1I. Haydiin, contractor on I.. Ik N. It. K. extension, ha finished hi contract, and is at home lor a few day Mb. Waller Ciiknault ani wife, are on a visit to of Fort Scott, their numerou relative here and in Garrard. Missis AmokCiiiiwman ani Maiiy Kijan, of Wayne, who hare been iltliiR Mollie Diuzhertr, rrlurnul home Mi yesterday, with their wedding olotlm. They will marry the lUrtlctm brother en the Kan, ha deCldeil to accept the Wet Point cadetihlp. and will leare next week for tint place, to undergo an examination. Mr. Baulley I a young man of rery bright mind, ulled better, for the forum than fur the battle-HelMil. C. 8AUrt.EV 10th. J. lrhp, d. LOCAL MATTERS. (live K.P. Clothing. Owaiey a call and hi. 00 to Ilruce, Warren A Co, for lumber Mngle. (iKNUINE (leruuii Millet Srod for rale br A. Owsley. Pkof Tomn' putile I racking the hraiu ol a number of our ciliten. and Til r. doctor report a large number of ca.es of typhoid ferer in town and county. upily of Ice and eh ill keep it constantly on hand for ale. J T. Harris. It I not usual that fire and overcoat are comfortable on the fir t day of Summer, but they were yesterday. 1 iiavk received a big J. W, JiAYnr.Nhaa ordered a moire and brocaded parasols. ucli should calLrarly. few white tie-iil- Thoe on of Oran Huffman acciA LITTLR dentally (hot another little boy Inflecting a retire but not dangeroui wound. The proprietor ing aecured lime. of Lincoln Mill, bar- a iruianrnt water aupply, will be able to do cuatom grinding at any l'KOK. 0. P. Mookk'i achool at Crab Orchard Spring will clc--e next Tuesday willi appropriate exerciac In the of that properly. Accident. Capt. Higgim Kelley fell from hli horae. Tucaday afternoon, and ome aerere gaahea on hi head, which fortunately are not acrioua. Hill-roo- Mowmo Poytiiw and Saddler's- Oraln Helen Held and Jame Cook, and Ml Sara HufTintn an I J. II. Dunlip. Two A. Owsley's Utile girl, Kate (ook and t.utie Alcorn TitiiKK HUNimniTiiiuaANii Hbick for preceded the couple and nnct the golden sale. Apply lo Henry IIughmn, Htn-for- gate. The bride wa hoxulifully attired In oliyeallk, and wa a picture of turrli-ne- . Tiior: In neiil of Hummer pnli will Two of the hr!demid were drea-ei- l find It to their interest lobuy of J. W. in n light hide of pink Nun' telling Harden. and the other two In pure white. The Mil. J.T. llAiutl h freh fish for fair whole ceremony wa rery beautiful. From Iwlcr a week Wednesday and Hatlinlar, the church Ihe couple and inrited friend repaired In the home nf the bride and parat hi meal and prorlalon tore. took of a aupper that would hare been a NnxT Thurday will he the regular fraat for the god. Among the numirou Court of Ierr, and ome Impoitant Turn- prcaent we note Ihe following: Silrer pike rate will be brought before it. oaator, bride' father and mother; allrer Fa rt M him de!r!ng In Uy In their winter an gar bowl and apoon, Mr. Dr. tee F, supply of coal would do well lo ee Ihe Huffman; aet of allrer knlre and fork, proprietor nf Mnnoln Mill. It will he Mia Annie Cook; ael of teioon, Mi Sallln Cook; In.liri.lunl oator, MIm Sallie money in their pocket. Huffman; lamp, Mia Helen Heid; MllH. Pni.LY JANK (llt.L ha brought fruit IkiwI and Ice bowl, Mlaa Halite Kngte-mm- ; ult againt her hmband, John, and pray decoraleil chamber el, W. II. Smith; to lie abafllred n tiimU matrimonii. Slie knlre and fork, T. L. Crenler; allrer allege Inlmnun treatment. pitcher, Mr. and Mr. 8m Ileld; pair KpriAKiNd. Mr. Alex. Lurk deairea ii pickle caator, J. P llalley and wife; ailrer lo announre that he will prcaent hit claim butler atind, Mr. Li.la Iteynolda, of Neberry howl, G. C Lyon; vada; to the lwipleof I.lncbln at the table, Mr. and Mr. Ilillle WiMonday, a the Prohibition candidate for marble-tolliam; pair pickle aland, Miwe Anna and clerk of the Court of Apeal. Jennie Held; handaome clock, C. 11. Keid; WaIIINOTOS diapatche ay that Col. A. card rccelrer, Mr. G. F. Peacock; M. Hwope I about Xo "walk the plank" but deert ioon, Jnme II. Cook; table apoona, we hope thai Ihey are untrue. He ha Darid (!ook, Mo ; napkin ring, Mia Je-imade a goodeflicer and i a Lincoln county Cook; ailrer cake lukrl, Johnnie man, two excellent reaon for hi reten- Coojier, Texa; bouiuet holder, tion. china Mr. John Coo;er; Tllos. IticitAKiH would reectfully an- placque, Ice Dunlap. nounce to hi old friend, cuatomer, and DEATHS. Ihe pulili;, that he i now fully prepared to repair walche, clock, Jewelry, Ac, Mr. Dorcas Smith, daughter of Mr. neatly and promptly, and "illicit patron- Nathan Daugherty, died Wedneday after age. Call at Moltobert A HlagR'. a long illne of consumption, A little non of Mr. John von Grilnigen, TniALor Maoiiinct Me. George I). Wearen on the pail of the Wood, F, I), one of the Swia immigrant to thi county, Albright of the Deeiing, and J. II. Owen died Wedneaday of whooping cough. CocKMLL.--A- t ruldnlebt Monday, afof the McCormlck Twine Hinder hare arranged for a trial of their machine In the ter an lllnea of three week of Typhoid Illanche Cockrill, aged 10 fever, Mia g wheat of l June, with the that he I to buy Ihe machine year. Mi" Cockrill wa born In Madiaon, pronounced by Judgea to do the heat work. and al an early age loot her parent. She wa ubaeiuently put under the care of the on hilly ground. The wheat Midway Orphan School, where ahe obtainKim: IN year ago Stanford had but one ed a good education, enabling her to t butcher, who glutted the market with one heraelf aa a teacher. She lived with beef a week. At the prevent time our her rclatire, Mr. M. O. Vandcreer, and butcher aell on an arerage, ix beere, ten wa known for her amiable and cbriatian beep and four hog erery week during deportment. The burial wa in Iluffato the Spring and 8uminer month. Thi Cemetery. how not only an Increase in Ihe eating of Kamky After aertral long year of frrnh meat, but a large increa-- in our pop- helpneaane, Maggie 11., daughter of Mr. ulation, which latter ha more thin W. F. and Mr. Mary llamaey, breathed her doubled within the period mentioned. laat,Tueday evening at (MO, aged II year. InjurH. Caiiiiiuan wa here Four year ago, he fell down lair, AwTitlTEcr J. yettrday for the purKe of examining ing her hip and naming a diaeaae to ret in, which ubaeiiucully compIicaWd with lung and rriiortiug what improrement could ahe wa n old Seminary building diaeaae. During all thai time be made on Ihe patient little aufferer and looking ever to After an examination he pronounced that Jeaua, ahe profeiued religion last Summer the bottom tloor wa rotten, the window and wa baptized by Elder Jos. IUllou, be frame ditto, (lie wall badly cracked, and ing taken Into Ihe water sitting on her recommended that il he torn down and a chair. Shortly before her death she ex- will new building ubtituted. Heay it preaaed to her mother her great willingneaa coat lea to do o than to remodel the old. to go to Jeau, divided her little ixjaaes- Wayne County. Mr. J. M. Sallec, juat iona among her brother and aiatera and from Monliceilo, tell ua that while he waa fell aaleep to sorrow and suffer no inoie. there Mr. K. II Metcalfe ent lo hi wife The bereaved parent, with three other of in that county for acknowledgment a deed their children down with the typhoid fever, to Ida copper mine in Clifton, Ariioni, for have the deep sympathy of the community which he get a round million of dollar. In their hour of sore affliction. Mr. M. married a niece of Judge Iterry RELIGIOUS. At Ihe Democratic primary election J. A The Slate Ilaptiat Association rill l'iillllM wa nominated (or County Judge; Sterling. I. X. Sheppent, for County Clerk; Hiram meet next year at Mt. Elder J. W. Lowder, of Lancaatr, will Hare, for County Attorney; Jame T. for Sherifi", and William Huflaker preach at the Cbriatian Church, Stanford, on Sunday next. for Jailer. The Presbyterian General Amembly, the which ha been in reunion minu data at Piioiiani.Y Fatal. Yenterday train on tho Cincinnati South- Springfield, Illinois, adjourned Tuesday ern waa parting McKinney, a man named to meet at Saratoga on the third Thursday Owen, conaiderablr intoxicated, attempted in May, 18S3. The Southern will meet at to croM the track in front of it. lint the Lexington, Ky. effort wa a lgnal failure, for lie waa al ruck Dr. Hay will preach nt the Presby on the hip and thrown roiue twenty feet, terian Church, Hustunville, Sabbath next, producing wound that are pronounced to at 11 o'clock. Immediately after rervicea be fatal. Mr. Owen llred in that acctlon. there will be a meeting of the congregation McKinney i peculiarly unfortunate aa to of the Southern branch of Ihe church. All riilrwd accident. Thi make veven men member are earneallv requested lo be killed there in a year, betide n number preaent, aa limine of importance demand badly wounded. their attention. J. It. Head, Elder. Iter, George C. Miln, the Chicago UniKu.hsei.l CooiiT. Commonwealth' At torney K. C. Warren and Judge Saufler, tarian preacher, who created somewhat of a who acted a Secial Judge during the Herniation In religious circle by renouncing ltuaaell hi belief and becoming a Hob Ingersollite, hare returned from term, Circuit Court. Two men, Gile Wahlen lis a engaged to play Imjo, Maclxth, Olhtllo and Joahua Coe were pent to Ihe Peniten- and other pioua charactenbf Shakeapeare' tiary for robbery, the firt for two year creation, for the edification of theater goer and the latter fur two yeara and aix next winter. month. Cue will be remembered In LAND. STOCK ANO CROP. thi rectlon fur hli alleged connection C. Collins, of Warren county, sold a J. with the once notorious Augdep Itridgewa-tc- r mule 17 hind high for $250. gang. Logan Cofley for Seventeen share Fint National Hank got three month in jail and a fine of stock ol Richmond, Ky., sold tt $150 to $100. - Cridleaat week, and in a abort time It wa complete ly stripped. Hi neighbor are ditching In prevent their inarrh on their I'temlar, and II I lo lie hoped that their frfiil depretUllon miy Im slopped before greater damage i done. In Cincinnati lb- - aupply of both shipping and butcher rattle aie short of Ihe demand, the former being quoted at JO lo $7 oO for fair to good, and the latter al tJ In $7.21 for good lo choice. Common are worth $H to $ locker, $( calve, $S to ".; feeding steer, $ lo $C; to $A; some light yearling $4. Hog continue In deI a, cut-gla- a mand; selected butcher' and heavy ship-ir$8 (o $3.30; fair to good packer, S7.IW In f 3; fair lo good light, $7.00 lo $3; common, $0 3o to $7 25; cull, $5.25 lo $0.2o; Mock hog, $5 25 to $7. Sheep are in fair demand al .1 to 5 cent, nnd lamb at C lo 7 rent. LINCOLN COUNTT. m Highland. II. 1'. Young old one row to Allen II nigh for $25. Mr. K. Hlain I In our place In the In- Court-Houa- e cut-la- cut-gl- a e cut-gla- a hand-painte- terest of the penaioner. H. P. Young old $110 worth of Gin- sing lo a teddler laat week. Died, on the 23th Inrt., Cora, an Infant daughter of John and M. K. Ilaugh. At the residence of Logan Owsley, a few day ago, Abe Walton, colored, The 3rd Q M. of the Eubank Miasion wa held at tin place on the 29th and 30th Inst. Dr. i liner presided. Iter. J. 8. Sim wa alao present and preached twice. Elder W. T. Corn will preach at the M. E. Church lo night. GARRARD COUNTT. Ix-w- under-landin- 1 rup-por- o Lancaster. Alex Denny would not accept Ihe nomination for County Judge. Mr. II. C. Kaufluiin wa badly hurt by a horns tramping on her foot Wednesday. The pupil uf Mrs. Yantis' school, "Itosehud Seminary," will render the Cantata nf the "Month and Seaaons" a t the City Hall, June 8th. The annual Concert of Franklin Institute will take place In the City Hall, June fith. A splendid programme, has been arranged and all who attend are promired a delightful entertainment. The wife of John Honer, who live a few mile from town, attempted suicide by poisoning with arsenic Monday, Lilt took an overdose and failed. No cause i known for her act only that she I subject to melancholia. The contest for public favor between the different grain binding machine waa ti have taken place near liryantstille, Wedneday, but waa iKHlponed till on account of rain. The candidate are making a hard fight on both side. Many republican will not vote on account of the negro candidate, nnd some of the prominent one will rote and are working hard for the negro because they have to, but it makes them pretty mad "and don't you forget it." Dr. H. F. Waller has removed with hi family lo Millersburg, Ky., where he will practice hi profession. Miase Flee-ci- e Cook and Mary llobinson have returned from school at Daughter's College, Mia Sara Huffman attended the Thompsie Cook wedding at Huston-tille- , the 31st. Iter. George Dunlap and family left Wednesday, for Huntsville, Tenn., where he will hold a meeting. Mr. W. A. Yantis accompanied him aa organist. casey County. to-d- large floral 111 constructed tinder the management of Ml Jennie Comer. The portico wi hndomelr I'ecoraleil with laurel bloaaom, fern and evergreen. On either side of the entrance the were rtl 172, Ihe llcally entwined In the figure nasLia I late of their marriage, and IRS2, Ihe IMtUGS, BOOKS, STATIONBltY&FANCY AHT1CLKS. Illuminated tenth annlrersiry. Thi w rtijtlelana' i ompoiinilcl rharmtcrnt oil Preparations a trtlllr with red and green tight, and all the lighted. At nine room were brilliantly o'clock the bride and groom inadelhelr appearance, preceded by iiaher Miae 8ue Corn and Belle Peair. and attended by Mr. and Mr. McDonald. They were heralded lif delightful mii'Ic furnished by Me. Flint and Corn, of Tunnel Citr. Gazing upon the fair bride and afalely groom you coil lil well imagine tnai uiu Father Time had atareil hi flight, or onand touched with ly renewed the loreline more lender grace and beauty thi charming couple After priyer the ceremony wa pronounced In a moat impressive manner by Iter, W. T. Corn. Those who knew him were expecting a unething plea-anand were not diaappointeil when he closed hi remark by presenting a tin rat tie, telling them that he trusted it would Dealers iu Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, prove a more useful article in the future to the family thin In the part. The bride Toilet ami J'aiiev Article, Ilnnlin, Stiitliittrfu, Tolmeeo mill (isurn, H'lnra, and her attendant were attired In ptle blue ,Viirx, . I'litritrlnilm I'rrurr lit loiim mill J'iiir- tniieciitlcat 1'reimrntloii ii rllk with orerdres of illusion and lice; Npeelaltu Ihey wore orange blossom in their hair ami at their neck. The usher were dresse ed in pure white. Numerous and receired from adwere the present miring friends, but space will not allow n to enumerate them After Ihi came snipper, and here we find our pen tmwerlea to do justice to the description of the good thing proridrd by the excellent host and Every thing that hostess for their guet T1iIh.cw .villi, (niifiiliiliig flic lalt'Nt ami heart could wish for was on the table, and in the greatest abundance. The guest present from a distance were; Her. W T Corn and family, of Harrodaburg, Ky,; Mrs. Uinckard, of Barnell Station; Mr. For limiiiifnciiiriMK nioiil anil Hour, In now in full operation. Brown and daughter, of Ohio; Mr. Carter, of Brodhead; Mr. and Mrs. Williams, of IVc will Krlnil for ctiMloinvrH, for flic prcNCiit, on TiiomIiij', Tlmrmluy, I'rliliiy ami .Niilimluy ofciicli wi'i-U- , ami on Science Hill, and Mr. Zering, of Indiana. After supper the company wa entertained CoitrMrajH and all oilier public iIiijh. V- - hoIIcK a liberal nliarc by vocal and instrumental music. The orpairoiiacuaiKl uill cmlvavor lo give entire Hiitlsfitctlnii. greater part nf them remained until a late then with many good wishes to the hour, pair Ihey departed, hophappy IIrIicn( ciimIi price paid Tor Corn, ing to have the pleasure in the future of AIuiijh on hand anal for huIc. attending many audi gathering. U'lieal, ale. OrderH left at 31 ill promptly atlcnilcd to. PENNY DaPOECA-IFE.IwvflCuaLOlJSI'r & McALISTER .iL S, M'ROBERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAaVFOKI), ky., t, I ffl TT hind-som- Mmmm maaa MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY "VcI-iiCNila- y, Flour, Meal, Corn, Jirnn, ShipstufT, &c, JtXcAIjIKTEK A SAiyjMCK. Felicia. Call for Meeting of Count Committee. The members of the Democratic County Committee for Lincoln county will meet at Ihe law office of Welch A Baufley, at 1 r. M. Monday, JuneSlh, lo decide as In the manner of selecting delegate to the Convention to nominate a candidate fur SupeW. G. Welch, Ch'm. rior Judge W P. Walton. Sec'y. KT AIITKKTISKMrSTK. E. P. OWSLEY Has Just Oprmod a Flno Stock of Consisting of ICE! ICE! ICE! I will deliver Im erery morning lo regular In 8 tan for J and vicinity ai loir as any one else. It can Im had at any hour durioff the dar at near Depot. Account! due J N. Davit at the end of every week. 43-- lf It. K, II A It ItOW. BRAND NEW GOODS, Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FUENISHING GOODS. Also, a Nico Lino of CARPETS.OIL CLOTHS TRUNKS l"nm & CAICU OF T1IANJKN. The undersigned woulJ rrapectrulljr return to their Irlenda and the public generally their heartopening felt thanks lor the liberal patronage extended tham sold at Bottom Hardduring their partnership In the Uroccry and ware buatneaa, and bfg leave to Inform them that they hate sold out their atock to Mr.W. T. (Ireen, who will continue the business at their old aland, E. IS. CHEN A ULT. for whom they aik a continuance ol the favors granted them. Ilespectlully, daily a Full lino ot tho Best Goods in tho Markot, to bo Prices. Call and examine. TIM W. HIGGINS, Salesman. JOS. SEVERANCE. D. B. EDMI8TON. HALE & NUNNELIVEY. SJ?K,IIVO Middleburg. Mis Jaaie Literal recovering from an attack of typhoid fever. Mrs. W. H. very sick for several days. Miller has been but i getting better. Mr. Geo. Dry, who ha been lying uingeroualy ill, i thought lobe better. Mr. J. S. Coulter did not at tend the election last Saturday. What i going to happen ( Mis Eliza Napier. Mias Amanda Moore and Mr. Pattie Wilkinson came up from Liberty last Friday in a spring wagon lo visit Mrs Mack Koyaltv. While descending slant near Mr. II. It. McAn-inchthe horse became frigbtered and ran off at a fearful rate. The young ladies were thrown out and brui'ed somewhat, but not seriously. There wa never a more quiet election than the one held here last Saturday. No interest was manifested by any one for any Ihe particular candidate, following rote taken here in the principal races: For K. Clarke. 47; Clerk, G. W. Judge. A. Sweeney, 22, T. W. Wash, 40; Assessor, Shackelford, 30, Wall, 15. Smith, 12. Candidates for other county offices bad no AVm. Bailer and T. S. Benson were nominated candidates for the office of magistrate for thi district. 1 TO THE rUISlVIC ANNOUNCEMENT! 1882. South-boun- d te 's I desire to annoume to the people of Stanford and vicinity that I have purchased the Grocery and Hardware slock ol Hale A Xunnrllcy, and will continue th business at the same stand. Their oldcleik, Mr. E. T. Kcchestcr, will be with me and wlahea to have hia filenda to remember hint aa usual. Trusting by lowprlcesand fair dealing to retain all the old patrons of the store, and win agreat luanj more, I am, respectfully, W. T. GREEN. SUnlord, June 1, 182. CHENAULT. SEVERANCE & CO. IIitvcjiiNl reveiveil direct from the Enxtcru eiUex flic in out elegant Htoek ol ""wsT-a, 1 Stanford Female College. COMMENCEH'NT EXERCISES In Ope Housit. 1882. R?sjb-'- 7- V 11a laeKMBi if8 TOTIOITS, cteO., iiiurKct. New mill It Annual Sermon, Sunday, June lltli, At It a. u , by ltav. F. IV. Moiiso. Libert. Thomas Howling say that we were mistaken last week about hi getting mar ried soon, and that it has been put off until Ihe girl I willing. Green Hirer waa out of it bank last Sunday, and washed away a considerable amount of fencing. The continued rains have caused nearly all of the corn fields in this county to look almost aa green aa s pastures. There haa been a new road made from Trace Fork Pike to the terminus of the Zimmerman's Narrow guage railway, and all of tho stock, produce and lumber from the Southern portion of our county is now beinir shinied over that road. At the democratic primary election there wa a pretty good vote polled all over the county. The ticket nominated I a follows: ForCounty J mine, A. K. Clarke; for County Attorney, W. V. Heppert; for County Clerk, T. W. Wash; for Assessor, James A. Smith; for Sheriff J. J. Tate; for Jailer, W. II. Wilkinson; for Cororer, Jta-r- e D. Merritt; for Surveyor, A. A. Il Is a strong ticket, and will win beyond a doubt. It I now reported that the republicans are going to hold a convention and nominate a man for all of the county offices except Clerk and Sheriff. Mr. Hobert Fogle, Sr., of Marlon county, who is now 95 years old, Is visiting his son, McDowell Fogle, who is also one among the olueat citizens in nil county. Mr. Hobert Fogle, while he wa a young man ana on lip io me nine ne was auoui fi5. was a member of the Preebyteiian church, and was a very fine singer. Aa he grew old his voice lalleu anu ins signi grew dim. About two year ago hi sight and voice gradually returned. III light i now good, and he can sing well all ol old church hymn that ere sung while he was a member of the choir. He It one of Ihe most active men for hi age In the State. biue-erarWol-ford. Annual Coucorl, Wed., June 1 1, At 8 o'clock p. M. Clothing, Boots, Shoes, HSlTS, liver exhibited in Mil Thursday, Juna 15, 8 P. M., Regular Commencement Exercises, Consisting of Annual Address, Easaja by Conferring Degrees, Ac. (IraJu-atea, lira. H C. THUKIir.AUT, I'rinclpal. ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILLEUX, RHADAMES, MOIRES, Tuesday afternoon Jailer $150.50. , bird at work Tub catalogue of Central Unlveralty, at Xewland had hi work-houa- e Hichmond, howa that there are 311 achol-a- r pulling down a houae for Sheriff Menifee. attending It and that the Commence- Pete Cain, white, and Hill Winlock, negro, ment exerclaea will occur on the 1 It la. were among the numoer, him they were old lumber into another houae exhibition on Tuediy carrying the Seenian'a At they be alored nway, liy twine mean got the watch to night, Mi' Diliy Ilurnaide gol the houao between them and Mr. New-lan- d, and a little negro named Artie Philip, the and in half a minute had tiaed their allrer cator. He wa hardly large enough leg to uch advantage a to get clear out to carry it. of tight, and although diligent aearcli was Tiiohk who hare occaaion to trarel on made no lgn of them lure yet been oh-erthe Kentucky Central would do well to Mr. N. will prohibly ba a littlo the new lime card published in thi more particular next time. imue. Ai a part of the great Chetapeake Ski'INO a number of ladle congregating and Ohio ayatrm, the K. C i no longer a local aflalr. MilkPosw. Mr. A,A.Warren,of Uruce, Warren A Co , waa out yetterday planting mile poata, lo inform the public the to Ihvir torr. He found that I 8 mile from here, and Jaaper'a Store 11 uitle TllK poatoffice name at tho Junction of the L. A N. A 0. 8. It. 11. ha been changed again. It waa Gore, then Goreaburg and The people there now Junction City. muat lie trying to rlral their clone neigh-bor- a In a Bhelby City Ac, Ac. A niieiabundince I m of name. Ilrleitown, South Dantllle, at the Preabylerian Chuich yesterday af ternoon, e went thither expecting that a protracted meeting wa about lo commence, hut, Instead, we found Ibeui with aleere rolled up hard at work on a general cleaning up. The pulpit stand I to be treated to a new carpet nnd a couple of elegant walnut chair; three more o( theeame kind of chair are to lit in front of the pulpit, table I lo tike the place and a marble-toof the old one. Thehdle of the Sewing Society bear the entire expense, and are deserving of the greatest praise for their ell'orta to beauty their house of worship. p MARRIAGES. Cooi'Kii Cook. In Ihe boautifully baa been filed in the Circuit Clerk' office under the atyU of W. If. decorated Christian Churchat Huatonrllle John Caah'a heir, that I like- at8i M., Wednesday, Eld. W. L. Will-la- m Murphy solemnized the marriage of Mr- - Geo. ly to create conaiderable litigation. It 1). Cooper, a worthy young merchant, tQ reeuii that during Mr. Cath'a life Hue, Mr. Murphy allowed him a paaaway through .Mis Amanda I). Cook, daughter of Mr. hi farm, but he clilma that Ihe privilege and Mr. J. M. Cook, The alteudauta were ended with Ihe death of the old gentle- Mlaa Bailie Cook and Lee Dunlap; Mil and the tult la to nettle the ipuentloii. Sallie Engleman and Carroll ltetd; Misa suit r. man Mr. John O. Neat liought of Nick lackey, 5 Tennessee cattle at 5 cent, and a cow and calf for $35. W. M. Fair, of Mu Salem, sold to Sam Owens, agent of A. Huford, 14 citlle, averaging 1,050 pound, at 5 cent The Lexington iVrs aty contracts for the new crop of grain continue al SI fir wheat and 76 to 60 cent for barley, y at the farm of Ike Dunn, near Camp Dick llobinson, the Wood, SI. Paul, Deering, Osborne and McCormlck Twine Hinder will make a test of their ipilitie. McAIUter A Bailee have engaged about COO acre of wheat in thi county, and about 100 In Hoyle, at $1 per bushel. They will not now, however, buy any more at that price. Frank M. Smith, of Fayette, sold to Israel Drown, of Cincinnati, 100 head of fat cattle to be delivered July 1st, at 7 centa per pound. It I thought they will avenge 1.C0O pounds at time of delivery, The land of the late Caldwell Campbell, nine mile from Itichuond, 1,333 acre, fold at an average of $51 er acre, somo bringing a high aa $70 per acre. J. 8. Hockaday bought 4C0 acre for $27,000. Helow are Ihe ruling price for provision, Ac , in Stanford: ltacon ahoulderi, 10o;ham, 10Jc; aides, 15c. Flour, $1.00 to $160; corn, $5.00; meal, $1.10 per bushel; oats, 80c,; cofiee, 12 to 20c, molasses, 05c. lo 7&C.J dried apples, 8Ja; peaches, 8Jc; new Irish potatoes, 76 cent per peck; butter, 25c ; cheese, 20c; egg, 12Je.j salt by 7 buihel bbl. $2. Mr. M. N. Depauw, of thi county, write u that the army worm made It In Ida 20 acre field of rye thla To-da- KENTUCKY CENTRAL H. B. a ItOUTE THE MOST DESIUABLE T- O- And deddcdljr the IVipuIar Ilouls, all'urdlin:, as It does, Irascbaugeaaud auperlor sccuiuuiodatloos to CINCINNATI! Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, Ar.so- - A HANDSOME STOCK of liLAGK GOODS, IneliuliiiR iViiii'h Vellini;. lleiiricttu Clotli, JIuiitliij;, TiiiuIho ui jiuin, ivr.,itiiii uieiu The North, Northwest and West. Iu fact. If JOU contauplats a trip In any dilution, your Interest will be bMlaarvm br purenasing jour ucitu via K. C. and Cincinnati. STraloa each war 2; I'ull. man I'slacal sis; Elegant New liar Coacuea, and hsndsouielr furnished ltecllnlng Chair Cars lorin the unequalod equli'iueula of this Old ltellsble, thereby uiskiug a trip over tula line one vl luiu. rloua comfort aud pleasure. Try II. TIME TA1ILE, IN EFKEOT MAY It, Bouiii. Lve. Oovtngluu ... 11 Dress Goods Hamburg of Every FUIsIa Description. 1111. I.IM'.S ToTT a oo 44 10 11 SO NoTST 'KoTiT Falmouth. " Cyuthlana . I'aria. . . Arr. Uilcglou. . Lie. toxlngtou Arr. Winchester Mt. tfterllug ' Aahland.... " lluntlugtun- - 25 12 IS 1 SO 1 'it S 10 OS IWIiir S No. a a a a p u p p Noam. Lvo. Huntington.. 7 Ashland ... Mt. sterling III 3 45 p iu SSOpUl iu 4 V0 p m 7 40 put in 5 97 u ui ui S 03 p ni ui 7 00 p iu iu 7 SO p iu iu 8 20 p iu iu IS St a u p ui 1 IU a ui No. S. No. I. 3. u Embroideries, India Trimmings, EVERLASTING TRIMMINQS, BIAS TUCKING, lUptl SI a 4a a Si a II Wla SO a 25 a 00 a 04 a 41 a HitxceSj, Laxlies' Neckwear, TANS, PARASOLS. &C. t Tin Wedding. Mar 31, 1882. For the laat two weeks Tunnel Citr h been alien the "oni tire" iu regard to the one absorbing loiio: The approaching celebration If Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. Sine, of the tenth anniversary of their marriage by were a tin weilJing. These anticipation more llun realized last Monday nlnht. A larne company was assembled at the real deuce nf Mr. Sine, Superintendent of the O. U. It N K. It. They were received and cordlallr welcomed Iu name of host anil hostess by Dr. and Mrs. Lambert. The moms were beautifully decorated with (lowers, ferns, mosses and trailing Tines. In the center of the room waa impended a Tunnel Citv, ' Winchester . Arr. Laslngton .. Li a. Leiiugtoo.- -.. I'aria. Cynthlana.. 11 Falmouth... Arr. Covlugton llau iU0 p tu I IS p iu 1 00 3 SO 4 40 IS SO OS a ui a ui 1 1 S 6 7 iu ni ui iu p 111 7 J M p ui It p IU V t p iu 10 p iu II ui ui ui iu! SUaui mi S 20 a iu In eutllehs nriel3', ami u Npleiidid iiHsordnent Ve. IsiiiuliuniN, WHITE GrOOIDS of Lhhuh, MAVSVILLK iu No.lsLv.Leilugioua Nu.lt " MayavTllsSt No. IS " farla SO a iu. DIVISION. Arr. tlayavllle a Mpiu Ixliigloau Mayaviu I'aria S, a5aui No. 1 " SlayavlllsllSlpui ' L(.7pui lusiu Trains No. 1 aud 2 run dally; all olliare dally eicept Sunday, tlpeclal lutes toEmlgranta. Fur tickets, rsUa and luloriualiou ixrtalulug tu tluis, couuKtlous, Ac , call ou or address . T. BWU'r, A(L, Uilngtoo, CIIA3. L. BIIOWN, 0. 1". A T, A. J. D. LLLIdON, Uen'l Manager. U'e liuve nutlets tu our htoek u nlee iiHsorlmeiil orjHrMetH,llMKMf" Oil Cloth, Mutt Iiikh. IViill IMlM-r- , l'c. GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH:, " ING'GOODS. CARPETS. k HL , FamiliarHr With Cirls. fflT.3STFOiar, ICY. Friday Morning, How . Jnno 2, 1882 a Bashful Man Produced a Sensation in A Bridal Chamber. bashfulnesiand awkwardness. "N ny. the Senator from Kackrnsnck, "you don't know what baalifulncsi is. Let mo toll you a story, nnd when I get througli I will stand the bob if you don't ngrco that you novcr know any thing about bashfulnesi nnd its baneful eilecu). I was tho most bashful boy west of tho Allcghanles. I wouldn't look at a girl, much less speak to a maiden; but for all that I fell desperately in love with n sweet, beautiful neighbor girl. It was a match on both sides, nnd the old folks saw tho drift, and fixed it think-jo- g up. I thought I should dio just of it. I was a gnwky, nwkwnrd country lout, about nineteen years 'old: She was nn intelligent, refiucd and fairly well educated girl in a country aud at a timo when the girls had superior advantages, and were therefore superior in culturo to tho boys. I fixed the day as far as I could have it put oil, I lay awako in a cold pereriration as tho timo drew near, and shivered with ngony as I thought of tho terriblo ordeal. Tho dreadful day camo, I went through with tho programme some, bow in a dazed, confused, mechanical sort of way, liko nn nutomnton booby through a supper where I could cat nothing, and through such games as "possum pie;" "sister Phoebe," and all that sort of thing. Tho guests ono by ono departed nnd ray hair began to stand on end. Beyond the awful curtain of Isis lay the- terrible My blood grow cold and unknown. boiled by turns. I was in n fever aud then an ague, palo and flushed by turns. I felt liko fleeing to tho woods, spending tho night in tho barn, leaving for tho West never to " return. I was deeply devoted to I loved her harder than a raulo can kick; but that dreadful ordeal I could not, I dared not stand it. Finally tho last guest was gone, the bride retired, tho family gono to bed, and I was loft alone; horror of horrors, nlono with tho old man. "John," said ho, "you can take that candle; you will find your room just over this. Good night, John, nnd ruajr tho Lord havo mercy on your soul," nnd with a mischiovoii3 twinkle of his fino grey eyo tho old man left tho room. I mentally said, "Amen" to his "Heaven help you," nnd, when I d heard him closo a distaut door, to my feet and seized tho farthing dip with a nervous grasp. I stood for Borne minutes contemplating my terrible fate, and tho inevitable and speedy doom about to overwhelm me. I knew it could not bo avoided, and vnf T Vmaitntml In meet mv fato liko a man. I stood so long that threo love letters had grown on the wick of tho tallow dip and a winding sheet wns decorating thesiuo 01 ino nrass canine stick. A happy thought struck me, I hastily nlimtail tlm slutr. marked the nosition of the landing and the door of the bridal cnamoer. x wouki nave liol tiofnrn T would have disrobed in that holy chamber, where awaited mo a trembling and beautitul girl, a blushing maiden, "clothed upon" with her own beauty and modesty, I would aud her snowy white robe. make the usual preparations without, blow out the light, open the door and friendly night would shield ray shrinking modesty and bashfulness and grateful darknes3 nt least mitigate the horror of tho situation. It was soon done. Preparations for retiring were few and simple in their character in Hickman, altogether consisting of disrobing, aud owiug to scarcity of cloth iu those days man was somewhere near the Adamic state when bo was prepared to woo sweet sleep. Tho dreadful hour had come, I was ready. I blew out the light, grasped tho doorknob with a deathly gripe aud a nerv-ou- s clutch. One moment and it would bo over. One moment and it wasn't over by a d n sight. I leaped within, and thero around a glowing hickory fire, with candles brightly burning on tho mantel and bureau, was the blushing bride, surrounded by tho six lovely bridesmaids. eald Sal-lie.stair-gere- On ono occasion ft mom-lie- r Tennessee. of Congress was lamentini his Senator Bel)aslinn, of Arkansas was n nativo of Hickman county, Familiarity of speech loads as naturally to freedom of touch as brooks to rivers, or neglect of "small, sweot I do courtesies" to overt lioorishness. not exaggerate in inserting that tho feminine- portion of young America that allccls picnics, singing schools, straw rides, church sociables and surprbo parties needs as much to be ticketed "Hands 0(11" as tho valuables in nn art exhibition. When tho d finger of a man who is not my or kinsman is pressed upon my shoulder to point a story or attract attention; when n forwanl youth fillip my arm with bis folded glove nt nn evening party with, "I say I" I may Iks and nrri offended, hut in n quiet, matronly way. When I seo a thoughtless schoolgirl sit hand in hand on steamboat or car with a man whom I know to lo a mero acquaintance, or tho ooera cloak nressed lone and closely about the pretty young thing, whom her escort wraps up omciousiy beforo leading her to her carriage; when girls are hauled nnd pushed and budded in romping cames, nnd in dances, they nre nothing better, as tho herd might jostle one anotner, my blood heats with moro lndiennnt firo. No truo man will needlessly, much less wnntonly, put a woman upon tho defensive. Tho best that can be said of him who claps tho lady guest on tho back as ho might her husuanu, or tho coxcomb who, without her ikrea to omit tho "Miss' in accosting his .girl friend, is that ho "kuows no better." it tney guesseu how often then tho plea is urged in extenuation of their bovino gambols, bv chantablo friends with juster ideas of the decencies and amenities of somight ciety, tho shock to be a wholesome lesson. L'Uanon llar" land. hua-ban- "You aint very well, nre you, my son, since you sat out under tho back stoop all alone with that stolen pie?" The father spoko calmly, and his voico was so gcutle that tho apprehensive culprit ceased trembling and plucked uji courngo enough to make tho observation: "Yes, father, dear, I'm pretty sick." "It's too bad," ho responded sympathetically uncoiling a trunk strap, aud theu ensued a scene of wild commotion, during which tho sick boy bounded about the room liko an ante-opthat had never known a day's Kneeling by his bedside sickness. that night he prayed long aud fervently, longer and ruoro fervently than usual. Ho prayed that God would Urooklyn Ka- make him a pirate. o I A Boy's 1'rayeii. . feol-in- g " John Shriver was tho excessively ionlniiK Invnr nf Lizzie Cross, of Phil adelphia. Ono evening elm went to tho minstrels with another leilow ana John eat moodily iu her parlor until she returned, when ho furiously up- liriiiilnt her. Khe retorted that shu would uever marry him. That was ,. !... : nu l. ..! iW Illienucu i IJUICI U1W, uui n i..i ma euect. no snot ncr huh HimopposiU self. If they get well, and John is not'sent to prison, they will be sweethearts agaiu, for the girl promises never to go to a show with any body eleeand he admits that ho ucted too hastily. ii. rPariArntiWgt pit nnd parqucttc, iu the mouths nliko -- TA1MW-. hi HJ,I It is DauElilBrs, Wives, Motftors! boys, PH. A GRAND COMBINATION, 1632, tho protest of tho ngo against what 8H 100 11 mi l.te. Cincinnati.., ... II W . ,11 W M Carlylo called "shams," of overy kind ' (leorgetnwiu .... . II U 110 list Semi-Weekl- y ' Islington it is tho demand of humanity for Interior Journal II M 7 4 It no . " Nliol..,lle.., i High midge.... tho real, tho substantial, the enduring. iiie S W il s II And lha IMiUtllle II ll.ntllle....... Will n thing, no matter what thing, l . " JunettMt Ctly IH IDS ,sm4.. " einiiierwl . . ... ho Weekly Courier - Joifriiiil wnihT Ye. Will It wear? Yes. S (XI . .. IMnt liiirntl.1 l .... IL.ekwiai.l sou Will it hold it color? Yes. Thon it s tie mora " Coring rntt Ona jear lor na.no- - two pepera for m solid it will do to tie to, to count IO IB . KM Arr. Cnaltan ga , than lha rlc of one. stand by. SOLID Is tho anon, to A.M. J It paring in IM rnn wlllreceltal, krone fear tithesis of shoddy. That which is ; i toor ruinie paper with the ou . the l.te. ClialtaiHMiga. .. Cprlng Cllj., .. ....... toil . .. I at repreeenlalltenewapair of tho rMulhand lha solid cannot, in tho nature of things, " l(.iekwl lo iu lieal, l.rlakteiland akleit lamllr Weeklf In Ilia laa " I'olnl liurnttde. le too thin. hi lla.l ui.a.. fku aliai laaila.aa ran d tilwtlla l ........ im... .1t i iu iii)Uriij ol tlieCMrlrr-JourKoiiiertet in. . IM wuiomrf There are solids in tho moral and M " Junrllen City. . . liantllle .... i AMI .14 intellectual nt well as in tho material Ill (III 110 B. MARCHISI, " High llrldge. ... -.. . IM INllll Solid palm, for DR. world. " NlehoUatllle STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, a ft 4 os I wi UTICA. N.Y., " Islington exnmple; and, better still, SOLID . ., 42U 7 III ltt DUooTcwr of d it. m Aiicnisrs 7 uu 10 Ml T4J -sob ....... And what more ..PLKASURKS. llEIIIT HT MTANFORIl, KV., UTERINE CATIIOLICON, Arr Cincinnati (IIIKtT MIlTrilKllN. I l.M id pleasure is there thnn summer trav- A POSITIVE CURE FOR MMAUCOMPUmtl. AI.AI1A.MA ., 0. WINE, el, provided, always, your route nnd IIWJ TnlartinJrwllllinlarmonr "'s tl l.te, LhatlaiHMta.. ami all IJM " Allalla.. conveyance aro well chosen? As to trpon iIk aW.mlDl llm.elf rm al.o Immrdlattlr ngiLa in moKl, and rr and ID J lllrinlnghaiii....M. condition. ASO tho route. It ought novcr to ho mo- itorc Ih'tn lo a li'altlif ami Uroiig wilt f fall ' Tllacakmaa ....... Mnniintenla Pr March .ml term I'alholk-o10 00 ...... Arr Meridian. Too much mountain, too Inr oltlMwnmb, Liicorru.ra, Cimiile Inflamma-lionotonous. Headatoiiea. Momh, IntMrntal 430 Meridian T.l.lft., Ac. an much valley, too much plain nono II mi.rr! I a Ik oratl"n of II. Palnfu.. Pmnrtanl Lte. Tileealonea. ... 10 Flooding ' Vathl Work .11 HI hlnnlnghain. .... will fatiguo ai ip alnt, tilu Mm.imatiun, Kklm-ol all llmla ' ' Allalla JO Aomcui.TUitAU Fiourea furnish of theso will do. They d ar. lafriiinal r a tit d to lliH'g" I'f Mlt. Uraiir W) mind nnd body. There must be vaAH Irtlertof luiiulrj .1 Arr. Challancotii. . . pimiilikl fr stn f.r ed by the census bureau show that in guaril. A'lfai kn or eNo thero will lie no solid virKsnuuii akd mkkiiuan. anteed tho United States as a wnoio mero aro riety, riu ! i: in am.)i-inn ' "l f"' Next, as to tho 10 70 i.t Xlrrldlan about 3,020,000 farms, and the num- pleasure in travoling. travel on foot, Or M sl rOi.ttin .tho ol Tka DOOtt,r m 113 roreal. on applicaber of persons clased by tho census conveyance. You can on horseback, . llramlon. IU tion . IU CIlllNlUHlIV- - Arr. Jatkaon bureau as agriculturists 7,000,212, or in a wheclbtrrow, or even ride a Vlikalairg. IH icr. allowing fivo persons to one farm, or in a dray you may but ASO Vlekilmrg. Slmmtma Mrfrllrg-nlatLt. Jaekmn . .. . and blind-bridl" roor Lrraka the exclusive of hired laborers, thero aro cow with a saddle, bit Jo Kramton. ....... hut steam is tho thing now a da)s. lilllaand imit will follow, 18,100,000 persons ' Foret.... ..,.. IIM I, id ul of ihr y tho 19th ..... IM Iftii li rutr whrn Arr MrrMlan mediately connected with tho farms Steam is indeed vapor, butiu COM U no SOLID all othrrirnirdln tall. VICK8IIUKII, MiiIii St., .Slitiinrtl, Uy. bit KKVUllllir AMU PACII'IC. as occupiers in nn aggregate popula century thero long distances SU-Henri . tioa of 60,000,000. If farm laborers FORT iu traveling Lte. VIcEil.urg .... . .... -without steam. -- . " llelta iit'lie. I be added, it is not too largo an ... JOHN DINWIDDIE,PR0'R. Steam on land nud steam on wntcr lur llio rflirl ami Arr. Menru- eon our entire farming to reckon cursor Ihla iljilrmlng alDkllon, lak Mium.m. Lte. Monrua... that is tho civilized ticket all tho Urcr Regulator. . I 14(1 . I Helta " How To Cook Rice. population at over 22,000,000. From 2 4(1 .. I . .. .. Arr. Vlckikurir. Supposo you try both I. ..;L!:. Rice N becoming a much more pop- what is hero stated the number of world over. land. Take the splendid Tim ItcgiiUlor wlllHMlllrrl turvlhli Irrrlklo JOIIS KOirr, V. P. and lrn. Man tin. Hwi OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 article of food than heretofore. owners of land iu this country may be water and ular kmi tu ll'r, Clnelnnall. (Iktwi K. P. WIljMlN. II. K aad avert inhaUcallj what Now York, illw P. A. an. iwi. K'r. llnHnn.tl, (I : II. CO I.I. It is frequently substituted for pota- inferred, and iu their multitude, it is Old Dominion Lino nt pleasant day's Imlrur. IIIIA.V, II. P A. A.II.M H'jr. C altanvtva'lenn , steam down tho coast (a COXNTHUTIOX be- evident, lie ample security from tho BOARD, ?2.00 PER DAY. toes at the chief mcalfcf tho day, J. lltltllV, () PA V. A P It', V'elalMire, iournev). enter tho Vircinia Capes, Should not mrarJnl a lilRIng IImiL Na- Mlaa.: JOB F. JlrOI'll'. H. P A. V., b A P. ing more nutritious and much moro ovils threatened in England, the whole ortha tmaeta ture ilrmandi Ilia utniml a night Therefore alil nature lrrnriilartlrMmiuuna Uirr IP, lnr. La. Chcsapcako Bay, stop taking Special Accommodat'on to Commurclal readily digested. At its present cost, of which, iucludiue Wales, is said to cross tho bathe in the sea, Utfulalor. It li liarmkmi. imlj and rtTxlunl. Travelers. it is relatively cheaper than potatoes, bo owned by but a few thousand per- at tho Hygeia Hotel,crab, see Fortress CONDEN8ED TIME. HII.KHlNXr.SS. eat hogfish and sott of nuy kiud. sons iu a population of 27,000,000. oatmeal or grain-gntall One or two takletpoontlul tho Soldiers' Homo, troul.lrt lnrldtn lo a Mllora will relief aa Ike Motiroe, visit a a atale, audi B"ri'BaKe Tramferrcd Free ok Charge In preparing it only just enough cold Dltilnev. Mr. Samuel Johns, Eldorado, Iowa, peep at Hampton Normal School, nud Utter, ua.l larieprowilnru, dlilreea after eating, a water should bo poured on to prevent in ine nroum PenI hare recently taken cbarno of thii home tho rice from burning at tho bottom describes iu tho iv'insas Farmer his theu, on the MAI.AKIA. and intend to hare Unt-clg method of raising cucumbers by the insula Division of tho Chesapeake and l'crxna mar i"omI all atlacka br oerajluoallr of the pot, which should have a UAII.KOAlr MM! nccommodationi. Ohio Railway, go up tho oldest and taking a daM ot M jinwni Uter KeuUtr lo keeu firo barrel : cover, and with a moderate Ilia Liter In health! acttan. common salt barrel, knock most historic ground in America to "Tako a TKA1NS tilllNIi MIKTII. the rico is steamed rather than boiled IMI IlItlMTlIhtomaoh, ran " Bothcl, York f! Sun Maxii I, from a disordered until it is nearly done; then tho cover both ends out, set it in a convenient Newport News, Hie the (leerallr arl.lngUKing uiuiuhjiii Liver iHf.Hw. town. Jamestown. Williamsburc 1.0 eurrecteu vj steam and place, and fill nearly full of HO a m is taken off, tho surplus lUahMaml . .. Lt. UneaMer. . . JAllMHC'i:. . 7! " " manure. Form threo hills for the Chickabomiuy, Malvern Hill, Fair and moisture allowed to escape, aud . l.ltlncttMi etadkaiei llli sccuo of tho Liter ItegHiaior HlniHHMi the rico turns out n mass of snow-whit- o vines, ono ou tho east, one on the west Oaks, and halt at the ' rrafc urabaM- leatlng the akin tlearattd ttio ij.tnii, Ill " l Richmond, tho capital of illwiw IrwH Imnurltte " MHtrd frrelriMii ail kernels, each separate from tho and ono on the south sido of the bar- great 9iege, MiMit Oltr I Surely, COMC. rel. Havo but three plants in n hill, the ill starred Confederacy. n.BtnwJun4e IM " other, and as much superior to the MllantHtburg in all conChlklreu auRtrlng with eelle tarn eiivfkenec " usual soggy mass, as a fine mealy po- then place brush to keep the vines bore is variety enough, ..... . ... III H I'M when HlMHwHia Liter HeguUter mo " g eat ketteSl frwu Iklt I science, comhiued with every comfort It ' New Hunt. ........ Adulla aim derlte from tho ground. Keep tho barrel tato is superior to the . .. It 41 of interest and umlldno. It la not uHpleaMHt, II la hanulna and Arr. UUanon JuaHfim it is a solid trip, full well watered, nnd if those three hills " CtttalaiMtl Jumllw tl " article. eHKtlte. 1'urelr rajtullt. niij .tjtjtjajMaA' ti . " UeawwtHfa-- .-. tH aVKlaaaV ltHLwQaaTVill mm don t furnish enough purines lor a instruction. Lemon candy with which to cele largo family, then think mo a false From Richmond you may go directnf Ike Ua.lder original Met f the dree TKAINS (illlMI MIUTII. aetlnti of of Ibe kklnejra brate the children's birthday is made prophet." Tho same method is em- ly on the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- Irani lh0M fullj, and Ulk theliratera thaami Madkldneta the Liter Malar il 17 I Mil. .a. mi. of three pouuds of whito BUgar, the ployed just as successfully in growing way to the Virginia Springs, pajsing der will l ratlvred aud a only the IlKNIHSK, wlikrh alae Lte. lul.,IHe. I 30 a M . .... juice of ono lemon, tho grated peel of melons. We havo tried it with the a succession of battle-fieldt wrapper Ike red Z TralaMark and vrfruM t M p in fnnu all .lrlrta rlou" l porrly rnu tirn.iiitrr.. ft Thlt nrprtion Lt. (Manfrd.... half the lemon, half a teaspoonful of best of success. Water should lw charming country which rises nt every hat on the ami ilamr " fral. OralnrJ t M " It l fttr(tit4ir J. II. 7.I.IMM V .. i Ut Itttittt U ai uU nf wvurm 4 Iu Half-rottetMr.u.n . . . -I'lill.ADairilli. Arr. Uf soda, and over a half cup of water; poured iuto the barrel daily. foot till you reach the mountains. Nkl br all Druotlita. rrmn th hutiiiin 'ii It t not nan tint to Lte. Inea.ter . ....... t M "' tb lutMtil'lli tak h nw rhiMrrn do not put the sugar and water on the . I jou dislike water travArr. Klehmwml. ; aa Uir v i ut whlrli huil4 manure servesadniirabl y for fill- But, may-hap- , Il aa I'arvpiaran rvctimmrnit It to rvrry iimikrri-r- r el nml want to get to tho high hills, stove to boil until the sugar is entire- ing the barrel. Iply II 'i'' MMr an.i trklinr ryra hawr boil until it nnrvft UhuIv vs ( al))ruaatrtrttv.it on waters of tcr; ly dissolved, then let it the pure air, the healing TULI.MAN PALACE CAH8 U Oi It tti cratnuU at iti? lint t.fv An astronomer has discovered a sys- Virginia, without delay. Then take taUk lututiii will harden in cold water, add the rrM4 Uilrt lltal ToMewpbli, l.ltlla IU . MnUle, MHit(uiuerr. vial. aiMlMll ( iirftlrra al iwvnt ot lemon then, and let it boil up once; tem of canals on tho planet Mars, the SOLID TRAINS of tho Ohesa cviiU TryatawHil and NewOrleana. KnilgraataloTeaaahatethelrclielreariworoulea Manurartuixl by C fttOOHt: - CO. after this is put in take from the stove compared with which the most exten pcake and Ohio Railway at WashingOfflrv, Vfia JSttin Mrrrt, l.mHimUlte, Ky, tla Mempklaor tla New Vileana Time leuth sivo on the earth are as cracks in the ton, pass through the ancient city of and stir in the dry soda; turn out on liilckerand ratea luer than br anj other drwUia jUiihrxl tj P)i)irA M Ilmtkr. t'olo-radruiita. Ilia alaotbe buttered plates, and pull vigorously sun dried earth to the cauons of Aloxandrm, and along the Virginia They ramify iu all directions, Midland Iiailway to Mauassas, in when it is cool enough to take in your QDI0KEST, CHEAPEST AND BEST m..fi i hands; form in stick or odd figures, and to be visible through a telescojie sight of tho Bull Run Mountains, and ltoiitetualli'Alnli In Miawtirl. Kanaaa, lllluuU. i Nrliraxa, l4urado Arkanaaa. Indiana, lay on a platter, and set in a cool rau3t be two hundred miles wide, more so through the beautiful Piedmont dis Oulr one change Iu I'lilrij", M Inula aud Kal or less. The existence of canals pre trict to CulM?per and Orange, tho N. Y. Post. place for an hour. lor fuitlierliifuriuallou aUul tkketa lo the Moutb, kanaae. tuloiada, an- e Igianl ratea lo sumes the existeuce of intelligent be- Blue Ridge in full view all tho way, 1 lorlda. add C. M. ATMOltt:. Tho famous island of Malta, iu the ings, who made them; but it is enough and thus make a bright and pictur STILL LEADS WITH THE (len Paaa and Ticket Alt , l.ouletlile, kj. Mediterranean, is a small one and lit- to make the mouth ot an ordiuary ca Or F J Anlbonr, Agt rlanford. Kf. esque journey to Montpelier, the home tx? an?!flcxi ' aBBBBBaQaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW aaaW tle more than a barren rock, yet it nal register water to tiink of the con of Madison, Hiid a little further on contains a population of a 170,000, tracts that must have beeu entered halt at Charlottesville, under the THE NEW ROUTE EAST, ! and is justly regarded by England, into by the Martiaus for the digging of MA shadow of Monticello, the moun VSVfS W .WaBaaBBBBBBBBBBaTY W whose property it is, great in import- such immense water courses. tain retreat of Thomas Jefferson. rrr ira-wi1.- i' ance. In order to provide against the Brooke Virginia, Ouo of tho Society ydung ladies The Universitynf famine, or a state of siego in case of Museum of Natural History, the Witt Hraiio At Mr Tina liKKfiTat-iKiwar, the Euglish government has had says: ''Thero is cotton in the ears of Observatory ot tho great McCormick rtultted to in MiiledgrtiUeand will U constructed several immense granar- man, and hopo in tho bosom of wo Telescope, all are here. But booh you Hauia BY. aerte2o M'Nkled maiea br prltata or oiunera rree Ibulrrti k Dim la a bright iuIm-aWe think she is mistaken. man." ies, underground, where there is conUi a Kiihblaik mane aud tail la 4 yeara la ok! the press to tho ton of Blue Ridge at Rocktime He by stantly kept stored a supply of grain She has located the cotton in and lor trara lialnlng niakee TIIKOXI.Y LINE KUNMNI. Imp Iturkden. he by Hay Middlelon out of Mary A Wichita iifth Gap, swoop down into the grand sufficient to feed the inhabitants and wrnnff nlaco. fCourant. llfden," (Wlu-tjIralg Huckden waagotby-ljir- d AND SELL THE BEST splendid valley nf Virgiuia on and id Ike great M llger dtakea, the Ikinrarler garrison for a period of seven years. girl at our elbow says it would take a to Staunton; up tho North Mountain, w.lrele and ai a t year o d woo the lake , ! hale of cotton to fill the Couranl man's The granaries are quite a curiosity. Htakea. IheChamliaguenlakea and the BUGGY ON THE GLOBE Bill Campbell's Times. And down to the headwaters of tho James Makta ) tluluf Couw.uture by Hay Mlddleton. ears. wine Ib.lerlrk'a Uldaiu. Mary Craig, by knight ot M. Heady madk Glue. A good glue a young man at our side, who assists at Goshen; from which point a short Ileorre, Iud. Iteauli, by Mulatto, Si.l. I'robteiu br FOR THE MONEY. Rockbridge aud trrtanlee; lib Koclkl. 41hdui raillienra. Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! dam Marianne, by Horrrer,lh bydaw Thouiaaloa, for use is made without the ap- in the editorial .work here, bays it rido will bring you to ready dam) plication of heat by dissolving tho would tnke at lcart two bales of cotton Jordan Alum Springs. At Goshen byTllouthy 71b dam Violet, (Ooldcnlnck'a SEND FOR CATALOGUE of the byMkark.atlidam by Htpbou, Ith dam tlulik'a glue ia common whisky instead of to fill the Wichita belle's bosom. you ascend the first raogo From LOUISVILLE Cliarlolie. by Hlank, lot), dam by Crab, llth dam Millboro' tako stage for and at by Hyer'a Dltuple, illbdaiu by IkdbeU'a Caita- Courant. water. Both are put together in a AND TESTIMONIALS OF Ibiral Mare. hynol, llihd way, llth dam ly the lovely Warm Springs Valley, bottle, which is theu corked very tight Mary Cralg'a lit dam wee "Chrletmaa" by l(il To WASHINGTON, erlck llku, 2nd luili Vaorleltoby the Oblunel In A young lady in Canada, fell in with iu magnificent scenery, nnd tho and allowed to stand three or four HUNDREDSOF LIVERYMEN Koglao.l, ird Voielia.br Hlackloik, lib be V wroto to him Springs. Sih Kterton, Cth Walnut, 7Ui Huler, Ith days. If prepared in this way it will love with a minister, and her soul to Hot, Warm, and Healing the migh , THUOUUIITIIL down converted Through a tunnel and br Matbeu, nth I'ropkaleea br Krgulni-keep for years and always be ready that as he had WHO HAVE USED THEM intb Jenny fcpluuer by Furlnrr, llth llreyhound, grace sbo was ready to givo him her ty forks of the Bath Mountains you in America! 12th HoiihomaU, dam be Clumou'a Ut Itarb, 1Mb Grandest Scenery for uso except in extremely cold li'Arry'alheamut Arabian, lltb White rdrlnt, marriage. He answered go to tho wild und romantic river -weather, when it will be necessary to fortuno in IMh Klla Montague Mare Council ng direct In I'nin. Dcil for to give her soul to passage at Clifton Forge, and at Covi. t. iiinsi;i.i warm water beforo using. A her nnd told her set it in nnd ington again climb the Alleganies to to the poor, strong solution of isinglass mado in God, her fortune Ballimore,Pluladelphia&N. Y. some man asked find in its imperial mountain fortress the same manner is an excellent ce- keep her hand until fountain of health, tho her for it. That discouraged her to the The Oulr Direct Line to ment for leather. such an extent that she cast off her Greenbrier Whito Sulphur Springs, COLUMBUS riHio. Virginia anil Hie C'lirulliuiH. In answer to the young lady who religion and is now the leading mem- with the scarcely less renowned Old ui:fi.hi:n( es. bata wanted to know how to kill ro aches, ber of a "German" club. Sweet and Sweet Chalybeato Springs Okntliukv I wagona, been handling, forjuui Ticket, are an aale at pnuiijul Ticket ()luea, pUaetum, etc lha . Hallway, A llrewater aide-bis to catch tho tioiuhbory. we would say, one way as nearest Nlra-rl- . paat fuur reara. N rar Iber ' Kl" nllr and atlhedenerallllbraofthal' I.oiilat llle. Tho whole SrATisncs. Snow bought Iheui and I at 3 10 H'r.l Jliiln tiata and roach, place him on a From tho White Sulphur as a radi- aalUfatlUu lo all who aell a great manjr mora tkla For further Inforiualloii, a EltNnT, J Boston du to ating centre, you may nt any timo fly fitiecttoliaable hit him a stunner with tho potato-mashe- r. number of snow storms in aeaaouthanaorortae pretloua rara. Iru.llng (leiieral tioiilhwraleru Ageiil, Loiilatlllo. thirty-ninlll make Ike o years was TillaTaomHii-tiKiNTltiw. ri)M.i:it. and sea brcez tou will bo abla lo Mil all urdera irouii.llr, I am, I'. W. NMlrll, nuod way is to drive ring the past down to the salt water Another a alable II. Ilan'l ', inllea Niuioh1Un. and tho aggregate donth of snow es at Old Point, or you may go west(Itu'l Manager, l'a.'r Ag'i. prraenl teann at Jaiuea Hrre road at 112 -lIuatoutllleoutkeMiddleburg Iruui Lafajatle. Iud. a nail through his back. And still Ml to lnai'BK a MaKK la! Foal, money due wken inches. 1 he average ward aud ft ud along tho Greenbrier was 174f. 8 another, is to induce the roach bethe fart la aeccrtalned or mare paitnl with. Lieu Ukmtlkukn. We hata been ualng aud aelllng snow storms yearly during Waterloo la the toal rtlalnr.1 on rolla till tuouey la ld Iu Clarke oounlr and Now Rivers scenery moro varied, your wurk the beat aatlafarllon fur ouraeltea lour tween the leaves of a dictionary and number of aud to I teara old, black 17 handa high, ufaplendld atyla 29 reara with acand cuatomera. special em- this period (39 years) was aawell brel aa any buraa In lha and aillou.and beautiful, wilder, weirder, slam tho volume shut with Your bugglea ara I unltrraall rery lieat snow was more land He la by Ki helleu. be by Mambrlno Chief, knowledged phasis. It is easy enough to kill and5 tho average depth of M. in tho more terriblo than any you have en- for tba ITlca bt our cutloiuera to In the cuiintrr.1 Ilia baby Mambrlno I ayiua.lrr, ha by Mambrlno. be that eau ba bought C. J. B. Iapronouu-by Imp Meaaeuger, lat dam Helen Mar, by Hay countered, until, surfeited with chasms Vour OuuiUuallon Hprlng lluggr ejaleat ildlng roaches, hut how to catch 'em bothers It. MeMHiiger, be by Harplnua, lie be llambletoulau, Kurceaaoia to Daugkerly A Holiuee, aofteel, a.ud Boston Transcript. n and clifta, gorges, and canons, you by all to ba the uel, llrawtle r aide-bwaifon he by Imp. Mrtaengvr, ud .lain Hrd Hlrd.by her. uw. Your Whip, he by iilaikburn'a Whip, lie by rltal. Taking all Iu a I glidoout of tho meadows of the great la "rlalolr without' a W" - Ki:.TlICKY, Imported Wkl., be br rlaltraui, dam by A Rule That Makes Tkouhli:. ca""1; we fearleulr ear Hot alum water is tho best insect - STAM'Oltl. a llmruutli-kremale by ImNited has ever dono tho party moro Kanawha into Kentucky aud Ohio, beaten Iu Ike couulry fir at jle, rJulb,aud duraDlomcde. Hay MeaMiiger'a dam waa out of a destroyer known. Put tho alum into Nothing MaMuratTuaicra or the SOLID TRAIN you bllltr. Your, truly. still keeping Mranenger mare, aud br Imp HiKkloghaui. Tiwiu11t4Mmiij. ia all harm thau this same devilish hot water, and let it boil till it lllrhelleii la the luual faahlouakle bred Irutllng rule. It split the Charleston took at Washington City uutil you UprlngOeld, Ohio. mora preiuiuuia and horaeluAiuerliaaud dissolved; then apply the solution hot puraea thau boraalu Keuluiky.afewof which Carriages, Buggies, are aa Mlowaaujr At winner ol Ky , Drat premium (IKHTtKMKN I bate had Iu llrerr now for Fine in 1800, and it Mr. Jeff- are safely landed at Louisvillo or CinConveutinii dollar fur to all cracks, closets, with a brush awut erson Davis diil not refer to it as oue cinnati. For infinite variety and for oter two yeara. and bate notlook nearly aa guo.1 aa over thegetuf Mambiloo Iblel, Uibana, Ohio. on I ham, aud lhay and other places wliero any inAmer-ie- a IM.I gi work aud aweeialakea, Urluna, lbl, all new. Hare bad buggloa of eejaral other ono of the most potent cniises of tho SOLID COMFORT where in A, tint premium work aud aarciwlakre, llrbana, Ants, bedbugs, aud Dud none aoglaa the Coluiubua sects are found. will you find anything approachfur laateal trotting alalllnu, l'o; lao Ural premium bugglea between tho States, ho should havo liuggy Coiumuj'. llT J? work, Okliier, ImT, Ural premium for . cockroaches, and all creeping things war for all Vicksburg Herald (Deni.) ing this Suiumor Tour on tho ChesaIrutllng alallluu atao drat premium lur all Conyora, are killed by it, whito there is no dan- done o. wu k, UlUna, firai premium for all work, aim peake and Ohio Railway? Thero is awrriiaiakea premluiu foraallter tea aei tlce, Obla ger of poisoning the family or injuring (iKNTtaMit: The bugglca I bate bad of your samore to see, to enjoy, to study, to re inauufatlure nata glteii mo eullre aallafactluu. It ia stated that if tho liquor htata Fair, Brat pieuiluui of IVI fur all work, aud property. awelakeaof lin, lieellng t7 boreea ol all agra loons of Cincinnati wore placed in fri'sh, invigorate, and atimulato from They ara the beet I bate eter uaed fur the aauie and brreila, Urbaua, Itul, alltrr railor aud alltrr Youra truly, money. would be teu miles long. Tho Washington to the Ohio River than auinuutof iillibar. Uibana, ISb, airlakra prrmluiu aud li.Oor.tma, Llraryman. Untaxed Oath. A New York line it puraoffSU for faaleal trotting etaldou, Maiatllle, Joj lln, Mleaourl. purae for laateal trullliig atalllon Iwal Iu 3; alto man has just died from wounds lu- tax paid by theso establishments is tho emtio length of track affords in purta for beat Iu I. Ohio hlale Fair, lalu, prrul-uwllh Ike OXNTLgMKH: I data been ll icted by a favorite cat. While tho only tea cents per frout foot, while any other part of tho New Continent. luanufaclureofauddeallugln rouureled for Hftwu of lllai for lieat alallluu and Ute inlia. Time kugglea Watirlou'adam by llelm'a York. IE.IU to wucou peoplo pay $1.33 per front foot faithful dog puts down two dollars a other In Owensboro, Ivy., a number of yeara. Your work doea not look like iuol factory aklre daiuVy Wnlaigrr'a Helabaiaar) zied dam by la aiuuotbly Dulahed in wood, Irou AND PHAETONS. when work, butand trliuinlng. Material uaed In the year for the support ot municipal on their homes. Koaaullilrd dam Ilia ii'ited roan lure owned by were building a sparrows palullng Joa Helm and aftrrwaida by M. T. U. contractors, tho fatal cat swells her Culuiakua Buggy Uumpauy'a bugglea ba proted to As he took his seat in tho barber's ono of them stood ofl and seemingly be or tba Uat. They run light. Ltery onalu woodshed. untaxed tail on every rouuty bata bought your bugglea ara our nlll alan At chair, he asked tho birber if ho hail refused to assiU. There was a row, Ibla pleaaed, who glta the boat ol aatlafaillon. I her WAGONS OF ALL KINDS. Jaik, the Miue plica, eby Mlgall'a ataud (lake, Hue old Milwaukee Republican Sentinel. lha OibKfiliual-Lsparrow was well Youra truly, the same razor he had used on him and tho next mornini: a well knoeuiuulejark, at II lu luanre a mare In h. L. WATT. Wlnchealer, Ilia, Wauauufaclura Carrlagee of all deacrlptloua, foal. Meuey due aud Hen rataluoil aa alaite. Ilia Being answered af- Been hauging from the bough from is it that one woman does so two days before. Why workmen, and ualug Uratdam waaby Caldacll'a MarlBga Mauiuioth. a ciupluylug oulr was place. tuaterlal. and aell at reaaouabla hate to "move up" and give another firmatively, the patient man said: which the nuarrel took with a It oulr M. N. .V M.T. Ht'NNULI.. cottou workuiauihluand luaterlalmuald-areBnurw-atr- le. JEO. Scran, suspended in midair, April, mi. ofcher sex a olianco at a Beat in a "Then give me chloroform. IIAUUIIIiHTV A HYIIK. UU neck. Dealer for Lincola and Garrard Ooa. ttring ubout its ton Republican. street car? - quantity of its original mntlcr. It I comparatively nn easy task for a frothy writer to string out a column of word upon any and all subjects. His ideas may (low inono weak, washy, everlasting flood, nnd tho command of his language- may enable him to string them together liko bunches of onions, and yet his paper may lo but Indeed, a meager and poor concern tho mero writing part of editing n paper is but n small portion of tho work. Tho enre, tho timo employed in selecting, is far moro important, and (ho tact of a good editor i better shown by his selections than anything else; nnd that, wo know, is half tho bnttlo. But, wo have said, nn editor ought to bo estimated, bis labor understood and appreciated, by tho Gen eral conduct ot his paper its lone, its uniform, consistent coiiwe, alms, iu dnmitv nnd it propriety. To prescrvo theso n they should be preserved, is cnougn to occupy iuuy tho timo and nttention ot any man. If to this bo added tho gencinl supervision of details of publication which most editors have to encounter, the wonder is bow they find timo to write at all. Henry Wntlerain. man-linen- Somo icop1o cstimato tho ability of - If mm mo ..!!!.. njr n pcriinuuiii ....I .1.. itiiMii 1... ,I.a " 1 It hat Conttitutes an Editor SOLID. SPRINB ASDjUXXER XILUIEftY. How quickly this word has gono Inform th U.I MIm IlKLt over the Union I If it be slang, it U ofldmlrlnlly Hi'MiMitalm lo rotntinUr rorfltln lluldhd of slang of a high ordor. Snv, rather, it trrr lionilanm HnowhichPlrnIM ntwIn Pptlng nml llio j.iil.llr ihanlOti Hiimmr.MUIInfrr is ouo of thoo Americanisms which t rr low Stum Among lw Wanllfiil ilnrk ol nnd Trlmmlnga r nil tli UM trlKnt, lntliuMn(lii g aro continually cropping out, Mh rugr, ralhrtl" flown ht nix) allrnllnn Ifeimrlinrnt, wh-- r which in tho munllcst possiblo space I" Ihoruurtic, nmn( ami nuking or all express tho greatest possiblo meaning. lanltFii klmlanfilrrxra You find it every whero in tho pulI M IIICaHJIIVN Cincinnati, New OrBTanrnan leans & Texas Fade LANCA8TEK, - HOITN1U KTmtn-- - KENTUCKY. thrlpt Munlnn-Mnkln- ' TIIlIvEIEJ III eftWl Mar H. TIAJiailiiHI ! JOHN T. IIKKMNH, IMtOI'ltl F.TOlt. riNriNNATI HOUrilRIIK MVInlON. A Inatrrr anllclteil, IIHST-CLAS- S HOTEL parllrnlar, Tha palmnag ol Ilia pnl.Ha (Il-t- f and aatlafarllon giiarinlee.1. of slatcmeii and of Bchool .. !: 111 - Courier-Journa- at I nl il J. .... -' r eaecu-Inlan- frrai" - cir. rarrlt-alli- .,. ... ST.ASAPHHOTEL csti-raat- Jt. ha 1 ysii:ini VV 1 a Nau-a- a, recently-complete- d E& close-fittin- ui well-rotte- lt. ... ef water-soake- ....... ui.aiii:k kiim:yn. aQaaBaBBBBBBBpVrVv s BO-T- .. CKSVERWE. Bn-ra-1ilj- d u, -- 'wmi ww mm fllllMSIKll A- n 1 E)fl' IN r loa-a- iuHi:i.rii: nun yl - ma-jfut- mm WASHINGTON!! a Hta-hL- - iTHEWOHlS. gl SOLID TRAINS, Alio-ganie- j, n; z&f Address Av d ) WATERLOO! bake-boar- add-ee- e Daugherty&Hyde HO-lCOi- Can-no- "f il two-thir- A fo.i-v- at m in-s- t, I. WEAKM, firal-l-- Irat-cla- d.