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An Act in Relation to the Common Schoolt STANFORD, KY., TUESDAY, JUNE Abeenteeitm 6, 1882. runri:sito.iAt. 49. n(crioi$ounml -Editor and Proprietor W. P. WALTON, R, WALTON, ... Butintt Manager. I'utillmhvit Tllrmtaw Mitt IV(fH(i K'J.no 11311 ANNUM. rf LOOKING-OLASS OR THE PREACHERS. Stanpoiid, Ivy., Juno RUltr Jnltrttr Journal Tho ICpIatlo of Peter in !J, 1882. not known to ninny of tho jHsoiiloof this community, therefore I dcairo that tlioy shonlil havo tho honcfit of so vnluablo a production, pnrticulnrly tlioso Hint mnko merchandise of tho gosjicl. I'lcaschenr thou how tho fourth chapter of imid Kphtlo rends: "In nil your getting, get inonoy. Now, therefore when you k forth on your ministerial journey, go whero thcro nro silver mid gold, mid where each man will pay Recording to his mensuro. l'or vorily I ny you must get your rewnrd. Ho you not forth as thoo who haro been icnt witlioitltwocoalr, without gold or silvor or liraM in tlicir purses, without script for their jwirnoy, or shoes, or staves;" but go you forth injtlio gooil things of this world. And whero you shall hear ot a church that is vacant, mid lins no ono to preach (heroin, then be that n call to you, mid bo you mindful of tho call, mid tako you chnrgo of tho Hock thereof and of tho llecco thereof, even of tho golden llecco. And when you shall havo fleeced your (lock, and shall know ol another call, mid if tho flock Im3 greater, or rather if tho llecco bo greater, then greator la to.you thu call. Then shall you Icavo your old (lock, and of tho now Hock shall you lake tho charge. Those who havo "frcoly received'' let them "freely give,' and let not men havo your words "without inonoy nor without price," but bargain you for hundreds mid bargain for thousands, oven for thouiandsof silver ami gold shall you bargain. And over mid above tho price (or which you havo told your service, (ako you also gi(U, and bo you mindful to ro liisonono saying, "Lo, I have enough;'' hut reccivo gills from tliem tlint go in chariots, from them that feed Hocks, and from them that earn their morsel by tho sweat of their brow. Yea, tako you gifts of nil, nnd (ako them in gold and silver and in bread; . in wine mid in oil; in raiment and in fino linen. And tho more that (ho peoplo give you tho moro they will honor you, for they shall believe that in giving to you ther nro giving to tho Ijord. For behold their sight shall bo taken from them, mid tlioy shall bo blind as bats nnd "shall not know what they do.'' And you shall wax richer and rich cr, nnd grow greater nnd greater, and you shall lw lifted up in your own sight nnd cxnlted in tho eyes of tho multitude; nnd lucre shall be no long cr filthy in your sight. And verily you havo your reward. In doing these thing you shall uavcr fail; ami may nlnirulanco of gold and silver and bank notes, and corn, nnd wool, and liar, and spirits, nnd wine, and land bo multiplied to you both now and horo after. Amen. of thit Commonwealth, Providing for the Ler of an Additional Ta, And a Submiision of Same to the People Whereas, By oxisting law (hero is n diflcrenco in tho per capita (o which tho whlto mid colored pupil children of this Commonwealth aro entitled; and whereas, no such diflorcnco in tho per capita duo such whito and colored pupil children should oxlil; and whorca, tho (nx of twenty cents on tho ono hundred dollar now levied in supiKirt of common schools was lovicd only after (ho ratification nnd appro vnl of tho whlto voters of tho Commonwealth, nnd was only intended for tho boncfit of whito children; and whereas, nu additional tax of two cents on tho ono hundred dollars lovicd on all tho property in tho Como monwealth subject to taxation for purposes will makotho per capita of the whito pupil child and tho color-o- d pupil child tho snmo, therefore, Jlf il enacted by the General Anem-Ui- j of the CoiamoivMtdth of Kentucky: 1. That a tax of two conts on each ono hundred dollars of property in this Commonwealth subject to taxation for titato rovenuo purpose bo, nnd tho same is hereby lovicd mid said (ax, when collected, shall Imi placed to tho credit of tho common school fund of tho State, which cutiro fund shall hereafter be united nnd ono fund, to which tho whito mid colored pupil children of this Stato shall bo entitled in tho samo proportion. Tho school nges of colored children shall bo from six to twenty years, nnd the capitation tax imposed upon colored people for common school purposes is hereby rev-enud; o Tho record of Monday last In tho Housoof Representatives shows that upon tho only lent voto that day in tho contested election enso from South Carolina, which has excited exceptional intorest, thcro wcro ninety-tigh- t itbsciitcM. or moro than ono third of tho whole nuinlicr. In tho Scnalo on tho samo day, on tho only tost voto, thcro wero thirty nlucntoe, or nearly ono half of tho wholo dumber. Thwo figurei aro not remarkable. Tho illustrato it common practice, which is constantly growing worse, nud is fait becoming a serious embarrassment to tho public business. in Congrett. Hell Hath No fury Like a Woman Scorned." Tho following is telegraphed from if 'J. Hut nothing in this act shall bo construed in nny wiso or to nny extent, or for any purpoic, to author-ir.nny whito child to attend nny common school for colored children, or nny colored child to attend nny school for whito children; but whito nnd col ored schools shnll bo forever kept nud o 'f A Lamer'g Out to hi) Client. was Dr. Samuel Johnson who, in ono of his sternest moods, when speaking on tho qtioition, how far a liwyer ought to go in defense of his client, defined n lawyor to lo an unscrupulous person who lived by the indiscriminato defento of right and w rong. On another occasion, when questioned by lloswcll how far an ndvocato ought to go, declared it was n lawyer's duty to do for his cliont what tho client would do for himself if ho had tho legal knowledge- nnd oloquenco of tho for mcr. Hurko, who was present, thought ho was going too far, sinco it implied that a lawyer ought to lio through thick nnd thin to suvo his client, as, obviously, tho man who had been guilty of murder would not hodtato to commit tho smaller crime of perjury to euvo his life. Mr. Phillips, who defended Courvoiseur, who assassinated Lord William Russell, nud was a woll known criminal lawyor, ono who refused to defend n criminal uiiIoh ho mado him first a full confession of nil tho circumstances, on Bumming up tho defonso' declarod with such omnium that, from a circumstance which ho could not relate to tho jury, ho know that tho prisoner was not guilty, nud insinuated that miother person was tho real murderer. Unfortunately for tho advocate, Courvouour, tho night before tho execution, confessed to tho jailer that he, nnd he alone, was tho murderer. Phillips was severely censured by tho London press. Common ectiso would seem to dcclaro that tho duties of a lawyer nro limited to giving tho client tho benefit of his legal Knowledge, and seeing that tho opposing counsel tako no advantago of him, nud that, if convicted, it shall If mi Iioou uiinuestiuuabloQvidouco. ndvocato cau enlist the smypathy of tho jury, bo much tho botter; tmt no altogether exceeds his duty when ho It - maintained separately. .'. This net shall not tnko effect until ratified and approved by a majority of the legally qualified voters of tho folate voting on tho quostion; and to ascertain the sense of tho qualified voters, it shall lie tho duty of the sherilf and other officers conducting (he next anuual election to lio held on tho first Monday in August, 1882, to open it poll in tho various precincts in their respective counties, and take the senso of tho qualified voters of tho Commonwealth upon tho propriety and expediency of inijiosing mi addi tional tax ol two cents on cacti ono hundred dollars' worth of property in tho Stnto subject to taxation, for the purpose of increasing tho common school fund of Kentucky, and of equalizing the whito nud colored per capita. S I. That it shall be tho duty ol tho sheriff and other returning officers to mnko out a correct list of tho voto required to bo taken under this act; ami it shnll be the duty of the couuty judges and county clerks of tho several counties to compare and certify said lists of their rospectivo counties; raid county clerks shull causo tho same to be delivered to tho Secretary of Stato within sixty days after the day of said election; and upon failure of any ouo of them to do so, ho shall bo fined in tho sum of ono hundred dollars, to bo recoverod in any court of competent jurisdiction. 5. If it shall appear from rail voto that u majority of tho votes cast umlor tho provicions of this act, or cast in favor of said tax, then this act shall stand in full forco nnd eflect ns fully end completely as though tho time at which it should tako eflect was fixed in this net; and it shnll thereupon be tho duty of the Secretary of Stato to forthwith notify, in writiug, tho sherifl of each county, or tho collector of Stato rovenuo in each couuty, if there bo no sherifl therein, that this act is in full forco nud eflect, and for such sherifl or collecting ofliccr to collect, iu addition to tho tax now fixed by law, mi additional tax ni two cents on each ono hundred dollars' worth of property in this Stato subject to taxation for State rovenuo purposes. Under tho rules of tho IIouso a momher may obtain lonvo of without loss of pay, by asking it, and by giving a sufficient reason to justify tho permission. This privilcgots oft by misrepresentation. en iiliu-e- d Senators and Representatives havo established a usngo for their own convenience, which is wholly unknown to tho Constitution, to tho laws, or to tho rules of Congress. It is called pairing ofH Members of opposing politics or of ndvorso viows on pending questions, whoproposo to bo absent (rom duty, and to draw pay whilo allien t in pursuit of pleasure or of business, agree to neutralize each other's voto by pairing. lly this method Stalos mid constituencies nro deprived of tho representation to which they nro justly entitled, nud schemed nro carried through which could nover succeed with proper and energetic opposition on tho part of absentees, who go nway or carelessly. Absonco iu ono form is quite as reprehensible as iu tho other, hecatuo tho door is left wide open for joblwry nnd corruption to enter. Members nro paid fivo thousand dollars a year and mileage for at tendance iu Congress. Thoy engage to bo present nil tho time, and they seek theso honors with tho most promises of devotion to tho public interest, Tho two sessions of Congress do not ordinarily aggregate more than nine or ten mouths. So that in fact, taking the outsido leiiglh of time, thev are actual! v mid ono thousand dollars a mouth, oxulusivo of mileage, or ol the regular allowance lor stationery, and jf other perquisite and advantages which attach to tho posie, ly pro-Alio tion. insults and badgers tr ithtul and nervous witnesses into falsifying their own evidence. When legal chincan-ercan interposo between crime and justice, law becomes tho ally of the criminal, nnd is partly responsible for tho terrible aspect of our criminal calendar. . y er immediately to tho Secretary of hundred copies of Stato, twcrity-fivthis net, and shall bo tho duty of the Secretory of Stato to forward twenty fivo copies of same for each Repre sentative district of tho llouso of Rep resentatives, to tho various clerks ot tho county court in proportion to thu representative, by tho loth day of Juno preceding snid August election. mid said clerks so required to deliver said copies to tho shcrills of their ros- peciiva counties, nun wko receipttherefor; nud it shall bo tho duty ot said shcrill to put ono copy ot this act at the place of voting iu cuch olection precinct in their ropectivo counties tit least tweuty days bsforo tho said August olection. 7. That any person, other than a qualified voter of this Stato, who shall voto for or against tho proposition in this act mentioned, shall bo subject to all tho fines and penalties now in forco under existing laws regulating elections. 8. This act shall tako eflect from and after its pasjngo, so far as it provides for a submission of tho voto to o That it shall bo tho duty of the Public Printer to print and delivS (1. m For all (Unease allccting the 'pulmonary, tlltewtlro and urinary organ, brain and nervous sysstrengthening In Its eflect tem, notlitne natuio as Drown' Iron Hitters. It au!t In eTery inalanre, and complete cures ran Idly folio. Live Lonu and iuc Haitv. tho people. m mm io moro females than males in Philadelphia, mid yet somo people wonder why somo girls Philadelmarry men. bow-legged T hero aro somo 35,000 phia Chroniclo-IIerald- . Absenteeism is n growing and inconI would resnectfullr lnrite the public In nener- venient evil iu Congress. It is cultial, wbowlsb a good, clean abare, or a nice hair-cvated by both parties, and therefore shampoo or anyihlm: In niy line to call on tne at S the St Aaaph Hotel. I hare THREE by any is not likely to 1)8 reformed BAKIIEK3. ncrPKlCES LOW. . movement from tho iusido, whero the A. DONAIII. IKl abujo exists and is protected by mutual agreomeut. Tho only hopo of reform is constant exposure ot tho guilty members in tho nowspapers. GEORGE D. BATTEKTON, If tho Associated Proas would publish tho names of tho nbsoutcos daily for Wholesale and retail dealer In LAKE ICE. Or Shipment by express or dera prompt It filled ono month, so that tho country could aujoiuiug ircigut. uniceanu co tho naked facts, omittiiitr any ro street, uanruie, Ky. twin tin of pain, members of both coguition Homes would soon change their ways, and become examples of punctuality, instead of lieing illustrations pi criminal neglect of duty, and of outraged trust. As a practical result of this vicious systom, tho business of legislation has fallen into the hnnds of those who know how to utilize opportunities for BE OPENED! Ringsters and personal profit and plunderers and corporation To It old friend and to the public on 1 nttorneys aro always present and on The Girl to find, tho lookout for cha'necs to break into Tho truo girl lias to bo sought for. tho Treasury. Their success is duo Sho docs not parade herself as show THE 15th DAY OP JUNE N. Y. Sun. goods. Sho is not fashionable. Gengreatly to absenteeism. FOP. THE erally she is not rich, Ildt oh! what The Armr JVorm. you find her! so This insect has, from tho destruct-iveues- s a heart sho has when womaiiiy. When expeditions, largo and pure, and of its foraging those showy gained such prominenco us to be the you see her jou wonder it UHDEK AN outsido wero women. subject of a two pago sketch in the things gain her lovo, your two thouIf you Thoy occur American Kncycloicdia. New Management. not ask Eutirely are millions. at irregular periods, mid illustrato tho sands for n carriage Sho'll first clasa or a you harmlessuess of many other insects She'll wear simple dresses, for a number of years. Thev range house. Gen. Jas.F. Robinson, of Lexington, tho more and turn them if necessary with no from Maine to Texas, but Manager. magniQcate to frown upon her serious depredations occur within tho vulgar Sho'll keep every thing The office in charge of Mess. John economy. limits of wheat culture, between latinice in your sky parlor, and Fleet and O. F. Moore, tude .17 and 17 north latitude. In neat and givo you such i welcopie when you this latiludo they generally make their homo that you'll think your appearanco in April or May, about como RATES OP BOARD : starting of vegetation. Careful parlor higher than over. friends ou the a She'll entertain truo discovered that wet observations havo $2.B dollar, and astonish you with, tho now Per Day .'. summeri" succeeded by dry ones, are ll.OO AVcck thought how littlo happiness depends most favorablo to their visitations, but lovo Per Month (2S1uj-h-) 15.00 has not been dry, on monoy. Sho'll mako you as tho season so lar you're n bruto), CHILDREN AND NUltSES 1IALK PUKE. their march may not proyo serious. home, (if you don't to pity, whilo you is derived and teach you how Tho uamc, army-worsociety that fact that theso insects movo scorn a poor fashionable COMFORT AND LUXURY, from tho thinks itself rich, nnd vainly tries to EVERY in solid columns liko tho march of a itself happy. Now, do not, I Lake Ice Included, will be supplied to guests, aud vast army. They cat clean as they think that In ererr reuulalte of a ttrst thev moro,"I can not af- claia aro assured Management doe not Intend to be llolel the and their movements aro by pray you, say nuy go, find tho truo aurpassed by any In America. marry." Go, night, so that a man might go to bed ford to WELCH. w. you cau. Ihrow away Truitce with luxuriant fields mid wnko up to woman, and that cicar, burn up that switch cano. find them devastated. In exleusivo bo scnsiblo yourself, and seek your invasions tho armies somotimes havo a way. front of two or threo miles, mid au nv wife in a sensible erago day's march is about six miles. A Pkowxm Fon IUiluoadkis. Tho means Generally resorted to to First cTass passenger faro iu France arrest their progress are deep trenches is only one cent per mile, and the railinto which thoy pilo until thev fill the roads havo been paying an average gullies, when thoy can bo easily killed. dividend of twelve per cent. per aunum for n nunibsr of years. Tho passenTho will of Johu T. Johns was ger rates in tho United States varies broken by a Baltimore jury, and the from threo to ten cents per mile, and verdict would distribute tho estate of the stockholders iu a very great many $200,000 among tho natural heirs; iustauces get nothing. This is a probbut tho lawyers aro trying to impeach lem for somo learned mathematician it, on tho.grouud that ouo of the jurors to LTunnlo with aud send his solution was unduly influenced by a flirtation to Col. (lould and other railroad magD3 In tho courtroom with one of tho nates. Hopkinsvillo Now Kra. parties interested. This person was a To poets : In order to write poetyoung lady, of course.aud very pretty, whilo the juror was a susceptible ry suitable for publication, it is neces-r-arbachelor. The ovidenco is that tho firt, either to uuderstaud the two exchanged glances and smiles dur- art of versification or to possess a sining tho trial; that they bowed to each gularly correct oar; second, tho poet other on meeting iu the street; that ho must havo something to write about, said to a follow juror, "How can wo something more thau a general desire givo a verdict against such a pretty to die or bo a star; and third, when girl?" nud that ho has since become a he feels tho fit coming ou ho should suitor for her baud. go aud blacken a stove. PIUST-CLAS- job-tier- s Somerset: Almost twclvo months ago n wealthy gentleman, named Cook, oi Cincinnati, nnd his wife camo to this placo to spcnil tho Hummer months. With him was tho orphaned daughter of nn only brother. Sho was n tall brunette, with ruby lips, brilliant black eyes, nnd poarly teeth, nnmed Alice. Soon after their arrival sho mado tho acquaintance of a prosperous younir merchant here, named Win. Mooro. Tho acquaintance soon ripened into interest, tho interest into friendship, and tho friendship into lovo. In duo timo their lovo was mutually plighted. Her undo settled on her tho snug sum of 810,000 just before ho left, in anticipation of their marriage. All her hopes of happi-nos- s wcro now centered at Somcrsot, mid sho concluded to stay behind. Sho conceived the rather unusual, but truly generous idea of building an little homo ns n bridal gift to her husband on her wedding day. Soon after tho holidays, howovcr, gossip lcgan to whisper all was not well with tho palo faced Northern beauty. Mooro had dropped off perceptibly in his attentions. Finding tho scene ol his former villainy getting too hot to bo pleasant, and that his trndo was falling off, ho sold out nnd left tho town, mid it was supposed ho had left tho Slate. This was tho last and most slinging injury of all to poor Alico Cook. Her wrongs embittered her to fury, nnd when her infant, a beautiful and dimpled boy, was born, sho boldly declared Mooro to bo its father, withdrew almost from human companiouship and dovotcd herself to tho care of her child. A few days ago tho neighbors noticed that her doors wero closed and that no ono was moving about tho house. Suspicion was at onco aroused. The house was broken open and a ghastly sight was presented to tho horror-stricke- n spectators. Lying in a pool of blood, on tho hall floor, was the dead body of Moore, fully dressed for out doors, whilo a deep wound in his right breast and a gaping gash in his neck, showed how ho had met his death. At tho further end ot tho house, on a bed, with ono hand folded under her head and tUp other firmly graping n dagger, tho blado of which was plunged to tho hilt in her heart, lay Alico Cook. By her sido, under tho counterpane, and buried in a calm, restful sleep, was her living babe, with a faint smilo on its rosebud mouth. Tho littlo white lingers had been dipped in its mother's blood, and then smeared over its lace and tho whito counterpane. On n table in tho center of tho room was a noto 'written by the wronged girl, stating that William, who had been South, had como to see her that night, and that sho had begged him to marry her, and on his refusal sho hod slnbliod him to death nnd was going to kill herself, adding that sho would Icavo her child to the care ot her friends, if sho had any, Her uncle, who, on leaving Som crset, had gouo to California, was notified of the circumstances, aud telegraphed back that as she had disgrac cd his family, he would havo nothing to do with the corpse. She was buried iu tho old Baptist graveyard West of town. Tho child will be sent to its mother's uncle. clo-gamm WALLACE ICVAIIMO. T.W.VJWNOH. T. V. A W. E. VAIINON, PENNY ATTOIINKVM STANI'onP, vV'r sTES'WESIIjIISDFIS. AXI) NlaYVKUlVAlti: & McALLSTEK, Office In 01r A Son' KY. new bulMlrf-t- ip lUlri. ThoLARGEST STOCK of WATOHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Ever brought to this market. Prices Lower than the Lowott. Watohw, Clocks and Jewelry Kcpalrcd on short notice, and Warranted. ATTOltNKV A.T I.ANCASTKIt, KV. It.O. KAUF7MAH, UA.AV, Muttr Coninilulonrr ml Ountj Attornrr, Will prtellreln nil tha Court of (irrril nnd tJJolnlng coanltMtnil la Hi Court of Appeal. HTANHmtl, KY. Will prutlci In tlie Court ol thl anil xtlolnlng Utace In caunllra rl In tb Court of Apixtali. A Son' nw l.all.llng up italr. A.'J"rOIlNJ3V TIIOMA8 P. HIM,, JR., AT XjA-W- , Ulr vcE5 3Fl.o3E3:L.,T, STAHFOieW, H. C. RUPLEY, ICY., ttylo. Take thlioppjrtunlty of thanking his patrona In Stanford and Tltlnliy for their liberal support, and thliearlyln the teaion, before lelna;eullit hope to retain II, aa he ha Minted IMNVILLE, KY., orer, and It Will prtctlrtln the Court of IlojIatDd adjoining countleaand lo the Court of Apprala. ALEX. ANDERSON. ArXOItNIKV AT XiA."V, tailor, Ilia motto Is: MIIKUTY, KY. Will practice In all the Court of Caier anJ adjoining rountlc, and In I lie Court or Appeal, tjperlal attention glten to collection. Office OTcr It. T. Fierce' (tore. ATl'OllNiJV A'l' KI4MINEII roKCMaicr AND MASTEKBON PEYTON, COUMTT, They will be cut and mile In flrst-daFrom the best of Foreign Maker Cuttlog and Repairing neatly and promptly done. "To Excel." Comprises Everything that is lVcw? Dll. J. O. OAIII'ENTEH, htanfokh, Office orer KoM. S. I.jtle'i (tore. Office lioura from 7 to 9 A. M ; 12 to 1 p. .J 7 to 9 P. M. HU11GEON 8TANF0UU, quire!. LEE P. HUFFMAN, KY. WALL PAPER ! WALL PAPER!! WALL PAPER ! ! ! DJ3NTIWT, Kentucky D. D. 8. Office .South tide Main Street, two door abort the Myer Hotel. PureNltrou Ozld Oa admlnlatered when re- It. C. MOKCJAN, of each In Ut. Auph T3e HfmU month, aljul At Lancaster two weekaof each insntli from third Momlar Dental room In Mawn Houie. Pure nltrou (Seetlgn. when necessary. CIIDIICH lVJLtor. llolel, of er Mci titer In Htanford two weeVa Will 1 from Brt Monday. Dental room A. DENTIHT, Cheaper Than Ever Before A.T McRoherts & Stagg's. llarcjiiHt rccclT?'! ami uill Keep constantly on liniul a frcoli line of llic BEAUTIFUL STOCK I ! llrighl'a. oxld gae administered G2 tl IIIRKCTOUT. TETHODIST.HOtlTlt. ltrv. J. 8. Sim, la-Serilcwerery vmornlnzandnleol. Prayer MeellngsThunday nlghta. Sunday School at V 00 A. H. J. S. blua. Superintendent. The Woman' Missionary Society meets here on the 1st Sunday In each month, at S o'clock. Mta. T. T. Da leu, I'resldent. D ArTIST. IU. J. M. I! a ice, Taator. Serflcee U 'on Second and Fourth Sunday, morning and night. Prayer Meeting eery Wednesday after noon. Sunday ecnooi u. . t narrow Superintendent. -lUniSTIAN, .Worahlp by the congregation er- J err Lord's dar, rreacmnguy Jr. J. w. lo on Fltit and Third Lord' dars Dunuay ocaou. at 9 15. Jo. Sererance, Superintendent. uiwi. Groceries,Confectioneries, FAiraiXxirr which tliejulll SUPPLIES, All Soli .at the Tory Lowest Possible Margin. Tliej' aire also agcutM Tor (he Hale of MattliiRlj'H Htipcrlor Woolen GooiIn ami Yarns. Wednesday night. SOUTH. Iter. I. 8. PKESnYTEIUAN. School at 9 10. John W. Kent, Superintendent. Union Prayer Meeting on I JLNi: KAKBE1M FURNITURE & UNDERTAKING rr IB-5- ! S. .EL - ICE! ICE!! ICE!!! iiki-uiuc- Main Strcel, Stanford, Ky. I have bought out my brother, It. II. Wcnren, aud will continue the Furniture and Undertaking business at the same stand, in the St. Asaph Hotel building. I will keep a full stock ol' Furniture of ev- WJiiAKEJN . CRAB ORCHARD ery description and sell at iigurcs that cannot be beaten. My stock oi Collins and Caskets will be comprehensive. Shrouds and Kobcs always on hand. I also repair Furniture and do carpenter's job work. (Orders bj Iclcsrnirii promitljr attended to.) B. K. WEAREN. SPRINGS WILL w -- HC-A-S Mi mIHiiII THE- - GENUINE 1MFIELD SEASON OF 1S82! Water Elevator. Destroys All Water Insects; Draws Fresh Water from Bottom of Cistern; Has No Tubing and Does Not Freeze. Foulest Cisterns Mado Pure by This Elevator. Ier OVER ONE HUNDRED Now in Use in This County. Try One, and If Not Satisfied, It Will Be ken Back. Ta- - w o o w o w H S3 r ' o o o fcj C2 tad w p en to i- nf. O H g H- & Q o. o ffiw aS 0 Tin: republicans in Congress nro innate beast got home Saturday conslder.v a strong preur lis been brought lo bear bly" bruised, but with unbroken bone. on him by hi friend all over the county continuing their villainous work by lo Induce him to make the race. He ha BOTLE COUNTf. concluded to run, and the announcement unseating democratic members and of hi candidacy will be hailed with en Danrille. giving their places to carpet-bagger- s .BT.A.IfcTFOE&I), ICY. The County Clerk Issued the following thuslasm. Mr Wnllln is a man of Intellinnd thieve who wcro never elected. week: John II. Nor- - gence, excellent Imslnes qualities, of the Tuesday Homing, - - Juno 0, 1882 Mr. Finloy, of Florida, was ordered marriage license rl to Julia Jane llogue: Joeph F. Cox to very b sl chainwer, and deservedly popudown nnd nut Friday nnd ono Uislieo Nsrali B. Clem. lar. He I n democrat, nnd hence will re Saturday tho case- of A farewell missionary meeting waa ceive a solid support from that parly EDITOR given bis rent. w. p. wmr on. Lowo vs. Wheeler was called up, nnd held last night nt the Second 1'resbytcrlnn Many republican will vote for Mm nnd assured bevond Ibn shadow Wheeler, "Fighting Joe," as ho is chinch. Iter. Jss J Luoa preached the hi aelection inHe will make of doubt. one of the best hi Tho troubles In Kgypt, now nMiint-fnt- ; called, nn Alabama democrat, given sermon, and subject being the "F.ncourage officer the roun'.y ha ever had. He Is Discouragement of the Mismtnta shape wnsoccaniotipd the grand bounce. The ro wa. n pood sionary Work." Mr. Lucas ha been a Me man for the occasion. Owing to the n nnguinnry lllne of hla wife, who for soma lime by the commutation of sentence pass deal of disorder during tho discussion missionary In Indian for ten or twelve been nn Invalid, Mr.ha Wnllln will not of this ca?c, a spat occurring between years, and will leave again for that distant on sonio Circass- Suhjct Cox and tho l ol by country In a few day. Hi little daughter able to ranvns the county ns thoroughly Speaker. account will remain in this country to l nlueatcil. a he Would like to do. On Hit ian officers convicted lor conspiracy A colored gentleman named Frank hi friend in every preeinrt should go to NOTES OF CURRENT EVENTS. Arabt Hey. This caused tho against Smith, after taking some cordial with a work for him at once, ami work diligently a ilelit l now onljr friend nt Shelby City, dropped dead on until the election I over, Tim InlerMt-taarltiNotables to bo summoned by tho 170.000.000. Friday evening. Ilia friend thought he to meet and deposotbo Khedive, loul SI. eoneral ilefirlr-nc1)111 before Tli "PRAISE THE LORD." was poisoned, nnd asked for n pol mortem which notion, says nn exchange, examination. Medical testimony nt the appropriate $9,000,000. LAwnr.Ncrnuno, June 3, 1S82, (ViriTpntlon will inquest showed that death waa caused by colored Pros Inlrrior: brought on tho crisis, nnd the inter- meetThe I.r xlngton State 13th on the at the rupture of a blood vessel, and that the lnt. There I here n neat monument, vention of England and Franco to rewatermelon. I lift fimt of the whisky, which other bad drank from the square shaft, 10 or 12 fret high, surmountOeorei. same bottle, had nothing lo do with the ed by n cannon lull, commemorating tbe jitl arrlted in Cincinnati. tain the Khedivo in power. An ulti- eaon, hie In rernlTer light In leaimlle, we sudden departure. Mexican soldier from Anderson, seven of matum was presented, which demand- are lippy to report both participant were Mis 1'ittman, St. Louis; Mis Cage, wlinm fell In battle, 7 were wounded nnd Mississippi: Mis Holloway, Ioulsville, 0 died while iu the service. The compsn ed the removnlof Arab!. TboMinistry in.tnntly killed. The American .Medical Axaociallon and Ml" Matthews, Covington, will be the wn jel liy ll .McJIrayer. and thereupon resigned. Then tho nrmy will hold Ila anniul meeting (Ida Tear at guest of Mrs. Wm. Warren, of Warren-woo- hi commanduapt. Jno. F.uphnniti title of tore the during Commencement. Also Mis the "Salt Kiver Tigers." Halt Kivcr I a and tho Notables demanded bis resto St. Paul, June 0, 7, 8 ami 0. Kieht ounce liail.tont fell near Hon- - Rirgh, St. Louis, and Mis Van Hindi, at tbi o!nt, full of fnh nnd ration, nud he was reinstated as Jim ton, Tex, and killed Jan. Noteworthy Flemingsburg, will be at Col. Jones'. Miia fine stream and with pretty varied scenery nlong Its of War. Arabi denied tho right who w.i running tlironcli an open field. ister Davis, Pari, nnd Mi Nichols, Versailles, tortuous bank. It heads in Boyle, near MI Another big oil well baa been tho guest of Mis I'inkio ofnnyonoto interfere iu Egyptian In Warren, County, Pa., flowing. It opened Todd, Frankfort, and Mis Metcalfe. Iinls-ville.- where I used to llvenn the lVryvillopike la reVeech, emptying, a every body knows Into the affairs! except tho Sultan, nnd the Sul- ported, at the rate of 2,500 barrelt a day. Wm. Welsh's. Misa Mitchell, of Ohio, Mow Louiville. It ra the famous Tho Fualon Greenback Slate Conren-lin- n Louisville, will be at Mr. J. S. Van stream up which unuceful polllicinns tan is anxious to put his finger in the of Maine waa held at It.mfjor. Harri Winkle's; nnd Mis Illant, of Shelbyvillp, were supposed lo row, seeking In it seclupic, bulis not allowed to do eo by the V. l'lnlated w nominated for Oorernnr nt .Mr. Geo. T. Schoolficld's. ded windings place to hide, the chagrin of of the Hon. W. J. Stone, The annual election fur town Trii'tees defeat. "Howcd up Snlt Kiver," In my Western Powers. In tho meantime, Hoii'c of KepreentatiTcs, has announced took pl,t:e on Saturday, nnd resulted n boyhood, wna the slang equivalent of all and while the diplomatic situation is liimerlf a candidate for Congre in the might have been expected in the re election this. This particular river, however, can , of the "old Hoard." This result will be hardly be the Salt Kiver of the widely tho allied firot ilintrict. in a sort of n Harrodsbnrg i to have a new Optra claimed by some whose zeal in certain di- used saying. fleet in front of Alexandria is doubled, IIoue with a atago "0 feet deep, 60 feet rection outruns that candor or power of List Wednesday night we had another but the fleet cannot command Cairo wide, and capable of accommodating 200 reflection, a n triumph of MORALITY serenade -- this lime, a cornet, a guitar and and of TKMl'JJUANCE, a false conclusion an exquisite tenor voice, making such a performer at one time. with its guns as it commands AlexanThe alarming statement la made that certain!, un!e it be established that the ravishing "concord of sweet sounds," that dria; nnd tho work of fortifying Alex- over a hundred thousand laborers In this negroes are moral and Itmjyerttle people, for I didn't fall to sleep after the departure of andria goes on. Arab! has tho inside country are on a atrlke, and a many more not one of this same old iloanl could have the musicians, until tbe chickeni were been elected without the support of the crowing for daylight. Nothing make me arc talking about doing so. advantage for tho present. Ho has Heporta from tho negroes: let who will assert tho contrary. so "ataring wide awake" a music nt night tho Notables anil tho army at his back, eectlona of the South abow that the grow-In- As go the negroes, bo go the town elections I cannot say that I begrudged the price crop has been Injured by in Danville. paid for this charming music, for tho los and, it is suspected, is encouraged by and the continued cold weather. Capt. S. M. Boone, of this place, ha of sleep wa easily made up the next night Failures reported to New York for in hi po8cien n paper containing the and the lemeinbrnnce of the kind complithe secret sympathy of the Sultan, .even dayg were 135, agninst 12G laat week muster roll, Ac. of tho Petersburg, Vn., who is accused of acting in bad faith and 121 the week previoua. The Increase volunteers, n company that took part In ment abide. Of course the serenade was for Marie, but I got alt the good out of the war of 1812, and waa present at the u, too. The first mentioned concert waa as with England and Franco. Were la In the 'West and South principally, I. K. Orant, a tobacco manufacturer sortio at Fort Meig. The "Captain waa evidently for my benefit a this for hers. these Powers to make up their minds of Hopklnaville, Ky. wan found dead in Kicbard McKac; the Lieutenants, William She got alt the bad of that, too. So we to actively interfere, Arabi Bey would hi room at the Hotel Emery, Friday Tisdale, Henry Gary, Shirley Tisdale; Se- are even. These two performance were rjeant, Jame Stevens, llobert B. Cook, Illustration of "before taking" and "alter find himself in extremity without de- night. Apoplexy la the supposed cause. Cadet Whittaker. the negro who tried Samuel Stevens, John Hendenon; Corpor- taking," that we store away In glad memoby clipping Ma own als, N. II. SpotUtwood, John l'erry, Joseph ry. The progress) of n "good meeting" But neither England nor France to creatp a lay. "appears to be ready to take any decis- em and then charging that Ida fellow atn Scott, Thomas W.Scott, Joseph C. Noble, give color to every thing. dents did it because of his color, ha enter- Geo. T. Claugh. Then follow a lit of A walk through the Cooper Shop, a lit ive step. Germany might have some- ed the lecture field. Hi alleged treatment eighty-seveprivates, of these the record lie back of the Court bouse, and just at show that four were killed and seventeen the edgo of town, gave mo an insight Into nt AVet Point I tho theme. thing to say about it, as well as Italy; Albert Fink, who wn tendered the wounded at the sortie referred to. The tbe way barrels are made, which full and then the English begin to suspect PrexldencT of the L. & N. R K. at a salary following complimentary order waa issued of interest. There are 21 "berths," wan they a the motives of France, and to openly of $25,000 per year, ha declined In accept on the discharge of the Company from are called, in this shop. Five to seven barOct. because hi relation with the manager of service: day average of an charge that it is her purpose to regain the trunk line were of audi a character be 17, 1813 Heaixioaiiters, .Detuoit, The rel a six ora the hundred barrel expert, . General Order No. giving a week political control in Egypt. The situ- cannot feel at liberty to few them in op- term of service for which the Petersburg as the productive power of tbi establishVolunteers were engaged of llwe ation, therefore, is unusually compli- position to theofwi.Iie murderer gentlemen. tbey are permitted to having expired, ment. It i run by steam, ha all the latThp trial commence their est machinery, and to one who see it for the of pretty cated, and tho outcome cannot bo con- Jennie Cramer seem deotined to laat as march to Virginia a soon a they can be tbe first time, n wa tbe case with me, a long a the digtifltintr Gulteau exbibi tion transported to the South aide of the Lake. full rigged, cooper's shop, I a jectured. One of the inror in the cae ha been at- In granting a discharge to this patriotic great curiosity. The workmen are a fine named tacked violently with eryaipela. and tho and gallant Corps, the General feel at a looking set of young stalwarts, that made Tim President has not yet lh trial baa been postponed until June 13. I ojn for word adequate to convey hi senxe my F.vnugelislic heart hungry to get them tho Tariff Commission, and although If the juror die the cae will be of their excellent merit. Almost exclu- a (oldiera forJesu. They attend the who have meeting pretty regularly. I wih I could sively composed of individual it was u pet suggestion of bis first mes- Mailer wil not be admitted to ball. Lieutenant Atisuatine Hewitt, of the been nursed in the lap of ease, they have preach like a cooper going 'round a barrel, sage, he seem9 in no particular hurry Twenty-seconU. 9. Infantry, died at San for twelve months borne the hardship of hitting something every time. I was to get it to work. It is evident from Antnnia, Texa, Sa turday. Just previoua n military life in the midst of an Inhospit-ibl- e wonderfully nnd freshly impressed, a I wilderness, with a cheerfulness and looked at the manufacture of so common tho names of those whom it is under- to hi death, and after Ida case bad been by the physician, declared liopele he alacity that has never been surpassed. a thing as z birrel, with the many, many stood that he has chosen, that the was married to MIm Catherine Duncan, Their conduct in the field has been excell touches of exert band that are nejdfill present iniquitous high protective tar- dauchler of Col. Blanton Duncan. Mr. ed liy no other Uorps, and whilst in camp lo construct the most ordinary thing in very sick and I not expect- they have set an example of subordination uauy use. .ur. jmjij nisKe ins own uar Hewitt I iff will bo continued and even render- ed lo live. alo and respect for military authority to the rcl for hi great distillery, and his cooper George Ellia, whoae testimony caused whole army. The General rcojueata that hop I neat hi establishment. Mr. ed more unjust. The democratic idea Capt. Mcltae, hi subaltern, non commis-oione- d buy his barrel. A whisky barrel as expressed in both of its last National the sentence of death to be pronounced officers nnd privlce, accept of hi is worth $2 50 to $2 75, light and heavy acnint Neal and Craft for the murder of affecAnd now Conventions, "a. Tariff for Bevcnuo" the Gibbon family, at Ashland, Ky.. baa warmest thanks and bid them nn hooping making the difference. tionate farewell. Br command of Itotert seem the only fair way to deal with jtut been tried for hi complicity In that Butler, Acting Assistant Adjutant General. another word a to these dear "whisky men," for they areas noble a lot of gentlemurder and sentenced to the penitentiary tho question, which is yet to tnke u for life. TIi other two men will eel new men a you will meet any where, and the MT. VERNON DEPARTMENT. friendship I have formed with some of falsely more important part in political (lis trial on the belief that Kill swore against them them, will, I am sure be life long. I don't Sam. M. Bunlett. Editor. CUS310C3, than the recont agitation lias think I have pindered to them, because James t. Harvey, white, waa hanged There was a heavy frojt Sunday night they are rich nnd influential. My congiven it. Of course, in fixing a tariff at Carrolton. Ga., Friday, for murder comThe candidates have begun to get down science is crystal clear on that point. But mitted last July, and Sandy Matthews, for revenue it should bo so dono as to cdred. who killed another negro with an to their work. I do not Ihink, on the other ham', that I even tbe most There ia some complaint of rust in the have offended I hem, givo as much incfdental protection to axe !n a fit of jealousy, and afterwards cut touchy man among them. In' hmly Into small piece and buried them wheat. So fir our home industries as will enablo our in n hnle.went up at Memphis:. The latter aged, however. the crop ha not been dam But, ask n tender alarmist, "Can you own people to fairly compete with cnnfeed and begged Ida bearers, of whom The K. C. engineer are locating the ba faithful witli them "and not give ofthose of other countries, where labor there were G,OOU, to repent and meet turn route down Boiiudstone. It look as if the fense?" "Yes," I answer, "lam ure I in heaven. junction would certainly be made at the can." llie gospel laillilui, but give no is so much cheaper. But every indusoffense. I never read in the New Testa The following from the Enquirer must hink. of Sunday waa an exceedingly cold, dis- ment of JILL'S giving ofTenso to any extry and production should bo giveu nn be taken with a few grain be aaft: "It fa exceedingly gratifying to able to Mate agreeable day. The "oldest inhabitant" cept Pharisee. And they were crone de equal protection, otherwise the one that tho smallpox has, apparently, run it could remember experiencing no such cold la cremt "pink of propriety" scrupulously religion. The "Klder brother" of course in Cincinnati. Not only I the weather In June. suffers for the benefit of the other. under control, but it lias almost enMr. M. J. Cook ha established a tele Luke XV, wa tho only one offended in Gcorgo Ellis, who was convicted nt tirely disappeared, at leant in it infective phone line from his store at Pleasant Val- that chapter. The fact is that true faith ley offense to any but a a There still Catletteburg, Friday, of the murder of stages. but the most of remain are number of himto tbe depot at this place. It will save fulness never give Pharisee. For LOVE, in it essence, Is now conmany a trip to town. them cases, and i an "excellent oil that children, was taken from valescing. But few new care are reported, the Gibbons Mr. Win. Linton has been unable to faithfulness, hear any thing of hi horse, which disap shall not break the head," like a bludgeon. the jail at Catlettsburg, Saturday at anil thete are favorably located," MT. TeH.IIIM AnTMtTWJtmfc HEW SPRING AND 80XXER XIUIXERT. BRUCE, W.M.OWIiNN lt WARREN & CO. la an Independent candidal for Aawmor of lerr hanlnni Iln nt eiilenrlM new Hprln ami Summer Millinery, whlrh thonra In ihermWIc lUKiaMHilYiunty, Aunt eleellnn, I Ml. at err low r)(nrr. Amnn( her Wauliriil stork nt Trlmmlnga lr all the latent lralni, lnelu1lnth anttietle flnw.r. Mho bx aim Mantua. Mating ifpnrimenl, where, the (rrlrt attention In Die nfllee nf Ailing anl making nt all laarandldale for KiTen in invrunmir, i. of Km kraatle county, Aiiiniteleetlon, IMS kln1iofilreye,N 17- - Mia nrum Hi mmailMlrea lo Inform tlieU'llet efthlnlflnllT Ihitah I rnn.tanllr welln joiin w. ki:uiiy re, 1 "AN HONEST 111 VAKIKTY NTOKI4! MT. Vl.llNlhV, ICY., Mnvara-Snannitakn- .I.E. VOWELS' 0M TM llJrIC. Court-martia- mitt-islcr- Con-tre- IS GOOD FOJLt THE SOUL." In order to get the extreme low prices and greatest discounts, we have bought a larger i Agency of BnnthCend Chilled Plows, Averj'a OnU and Bteel Plows, Pnckovo Thrnah- Koancn k era, Mitchell Farm Wagons, Now Homo Sewing Machlnos, Taylor'. Ulastio Bed Iileilr toannnune to tho peoplo nf Slanfor.l ami vletnllv thai I ha? piirrhaieil Ih (Irorerr ami Hardware elwk nl Hal A Nunneller, and will eofltlnue. the Ixitlneaa at (lie earn eltn.t, Their 8pring. .nriMJi: l ai.vin imjv.im,, lr i:. ItlCIMUDN, Frankfort, la ran.ll.Ul HUl'RItlDIl JUIltlh In Ihlt, tho M liMrlel, enhjett lo Hit e tlsn el the Drmnrrarr. l.lrlk, Mr. II T. Ilorliealer, will U with to tixl wlalieatn ha?e hla filen.la lo remember lilm aaniual. Trualtng hj low prlrrtaml fair dealing to retain all Ihe ol.l patron of th atore,; and win a great man r niorr. I atn.reaprrlfullr, maniord, MiiJ. A. lenmratr. Junl, W. T. QREEN. It or taultellle la a ran.ll.lal for rliiperlor Ju.lje In trill the l ulitrlel, luhjeet to the acllon t lb LANE & B0DLEY CO. AWAR0CD .iiiiIkc ll loth uui:sjiiMtii)i: GOLD en.lhlle lar Ju J( of Fjirlr (Viirt, aellon of the Democraer. Klretion, Oril auMeel it. j. MEDAL OYTHC Monday In Auguit. ii. .u. ltiiitmrrr, fr ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, Of UrmMter, la a rnn.ll.Ule JhIm ef IlieSii-reeOMfrom the l itlrtrlet. Xiihjecl t tax Steam Engine and Saw Mil SthlblMd AUanu In 1MI. Hub dead-lock- quantity of goods this season than ever before,and sibly more goods pos- anion of Ihe deuierfM. '".ftrWWWl ' I1 ALL A 'XTriCJ t (Unrl.Jrera. l.th Maektaea, knltipokoMeblnrr.tiLrilnf.llanfrl , w Mannftcturtra of fllaara Knilnta. IloHera. Milli, I'OIt NAI.K! haee for Ml at mr Meat tit ore Semi furSprlalllrtalarofoar w Mill, whlrh w aell for .. i I laatitloa 1 than this trade mands. PLANTS OF KINDS! delUlaed And MpaxUllr fiprelnl attention given In Plantation Jllmlrtire.t Clrtutart JTrtt. $200. In Oraai llnvK. cotton-producin- g We have Sweet Potato, Cabbage, Tomato, &c, br A. l. IVttdleUn. All LANE Sc BODLEY CO., JoSm ,t Oilier Bit., Cteirtneiall, g cut-ffor- n first-clas- s a little profit than ThiB Old and Woll - Known Thursday, Jnne 8 Regular P. a few goods for Hotol Still Maintains its Commencement Exercises, High Imputation, tr a great profit. To Itt Proprietor ii Determined that Shall be Second Mr. TKII1:iu:AKT, lrlnrtl. enforce this princi- it Hotel in the Statetoinno Country iu Fare, Appointments, or Attenple, we are ready, tion to Comfort of Daugherty&Hyde their Onests. with an increase of ItaiKkrttr trade,to reduce our Ilticaie rometed fron rreeof Triielera, alwaja .applied tha prices, and from-- t sTA.vroitiF. - - ici:.vrifjitY, brand. Llaor. 10, M AND always advocated Orders frcra a Distance Promptly Tilled. J. T. IIAIIHIN. that it is better for us, and certainly is for the custom- MYERS HOTEL, er, to sell a great STANFORD. KY. many goods for E. II. BURNSIDE, - Propr. Ad.tma W-- ll Stanford Female College. COMMENCEM'NT EXERCISES list. Stanford, Ky. Annual Sermon, Sunday, June 11th, At II .m , l.j- Itxv. V. W. NoLmn. Ainmul Concert, IWd., Juucll, Atlielock r. . loneletlflgor Annual Addreaa, K.aara Cbkferrlni; Drgrree, Ar. N. V, Oradu-air- e, will begin a new scale that will ST.ASAPHHOTEL o-d- ay I he depot will bo to aa.l rharire, Special arroiwnodalloaa to to t'ommerrlal The liar will b with ekolrrat or and Cigars. U A llolniee, Mini rintaicr or ple. astonish the Fine Carriages, Buggies, peo- working produce Double bination, with the advantage of a Store, is admira- and Clothing Our Grocery Main St., Man lord, Ky. com- JOHNDINWIDDIE.PRO'K. OPENED FEBRUARY 22, 1878 BOARD, 82.00 PER DAY. Special Accommodation to Commercial Travelers. AND PHAETONS, OF bly, and we continue to . urge all to Bnggafie Transferred Free of Charge' WAGONS ALL KINDS. moald- - bring along their cnange tor and mer-chandis- IhawrMenUjtakenclttrMo ana iniena 10 niTO Ursl-Cla- u ex- e. accommodations. .mij o(urr eird cm-clia- a eijir, w.ir.raananipaiMi material - material, and aell at rr.wnal.le A- ,1 IMtKlllKltTY IIYItK. 1 dls-ea- e Hardon Singleton had a servicabla liorao Ulled by a cow laat Friday. The firm of J. A. & W. It. Oooch, Sr., of tbi place, mutually dissolved last week, W. It. retiring. He will probably go to South Fork on the C. S. It. It. B. F. Warner lost hi footing in one of Silver Creek' many precipitous bluff one day last week and fe'l a dutarce of GO feet, but escaped with alight injuries in his shoulders and back. We know a certain who ha a peculiar disease, the nature of which Is Kometimea awakening and urgent, which has not yet yietded to the wonderful healing efliciacy of a buckeye cirrie d in the pocket of the once "aalubrloua" legislator. Hunly Gooch bought of Matt. Gooch a oo w for $20. J, C. Aahcraft bought of S. Wilton a cow for $20. L. Idle If. bought of W. K. Gooch, Sr., a colt for $.io. Kph. Johnson sold to G. I). Wheeler a horse for $30. W. T. Gooch, Sr., sold to J. C. Ashcraft a small lot of ahoata at about G cent per pound. Tate & Baker bought laat week the store house and lot occupied by Wheelden iV Liton for $:I23. It la rumored that a drug store (?) will soon take the plsceof the now in the house. We stock of very much prefer the latter to the former, a people- seldom get sick here eicept they bavo iust previously visited a drug store. l'reaoliing here last week by ltev. Cou Jacoii, the independent candidate for Appellate Clerk, who was Ll'otts, ofI .Shelby City. Connected with the bumUy-saliooat Wuyneljurg u Mr. Alex. scut out of tho Kentucky lines by Bur Sloan' tinging school which is adding bridge because he didn't believo iu much to the interests of the Sunday-schocause in tbi locality. A certain divine freeiugthe "niggers," is now bogging bis sent out an appointment to preach at that race for their votes. Tho Ohio Walnut Grove school. hotne on the 5th Sorry the lulls Jvrjirm, published at Louisville Sunday in this (June) month. thl year. uluianie makers mlnxcd it.no far colored man, warns them against by a Last Friday night a North bound Jacob, but when the white leaders through freight train chased a mare lo John Singleton, a distance of command they will go as sheep for nearly three mile, trrmiualin g on Fishing Creek trentle. "Old Fly," a she I familhim. iarly known, p.iKtd Wayimburg In full Gun. Giubiuti: Gauiimmh, the run and a buut twenty yard ahead of the distinguished Italian patriot, a history train. Although it was late In the night aud the "old sister" had but one eve, of whose adventures and escapes read kept the center of the road until the she got liko a novel, died Friday at his home about one HdjiLih dlttance over the Irea in tho'Island of Capera, in tho Medi- tie, when hj jMaiue entangled In the terranean sea. Siuce bis retirement woodwork or tie bridge and Ml. The lied and the workmen called train waa from military and public life, he has out, who stun tugged and sweated for about an Ut;VUJtil JHOi:i. ." IIHIMlUtWlllIU Ilfc hefitre Hiev nut her where she could I kv ptehed u If and not killed. The unfor. Ing. yjij uge was to yean. dry-goo- d I 2:30 a. m., and convoyed byn mob to Ashland, the scene of his murder, and banged to a sycamorotree. Tho mob came from Ashland and went to Catlettsburg on a train which they seized tor tho purpose. Beforo ho was swung off he reiterated tho statement he had mado about Ncal and Craft. Ho died much braver than bo had lived. The people of that section claim that the Court of Appeals, which has taken two months to dispose of the other cases, is to blamo for this exhibition of Judge Lynch. The New York Sun is responsible for tho story that after attending church on Sunday morning, President Arthur nnd Ilocc Conkling went fishing in the afternoon, diet seems determined that none of tho Hayes temperance business nor tho Garfield religious business shall bo mixed up in his administration. Fishing on Sunday I What a fearful example for tho risiug generation. PULASKI COUNTY. Eubanks Station. peared on the night of the 28th. He con clude that it was stolen. Thero will be no preaching next Sun day, Bro. Allen not being able to fill hi regular applntmcnt. He will preach here, however, on the third Sunday in this month. Tbero has been tho greatest abundance of wild strawberries. Nowhere is this fruit in the wild state more lucioua or in greater quantities than in this county, the berries are not a large a thoo produced by cultivation, but tbey are even more pleasing to the taste. Acres of them grow here, and the yield this year ha been unusually large. The republicans should have nominated a man of their own forCIerc of theCourt of Appeals. Mr. W. M. Fish, of tbi county, would have made a respectable race and I a good man to supKrt. F.ven the colored lepublicans of this county refuse lo indorse Jacob, What their white brethren will do is a yet unknown. Some of them say they will vote for Tom Henry, They think he has been crecuted, and this makes them feel kindly toward the demo cratic nominee in spito of tho fact that he is the nominee. The colored people held a convention here last Friday. The attendance waa cood. Itobert Tinsley, of Pino Hill, wa elected delegate to the KJucational Con vention which meet at Islington the l.itli of June. Resolution demanding that the educational facilities of white and colored children be equalized were adopted. A resolution indorsing the candidacy of Col. It. T. JacotT for Appllate Clerk waa referred to tbe Committee on Resolution and wa rejected. The Convention wa orderly and harmonious, and several of it member displayed a fair knowledge of parliamentary proceeding. withdrawn from the raco for County Judge, He had many warm supitorters, but hi withdrawal for the best Interests of the party ha made 1dm more friend than he He I a good man, and ever had before oan get any thing ho wants hereafter. Mr. J N Brown ha withdrawn from the race lor County Attorney, leaving a clear field for Frank Kepperl, so far as democratic opiiositlon I concerned. Mr. Isaao Stewart will probably try again for that office on the "independent" line. There are two democratic candidate for tbe office of Assessor. They should ''pool (heir issue." a the candidacy of both insure tho de feat ot both. A will 1x3 seen in tbe announcement published In this Paper, Mr. Janit F. Wal. Iln U a candidate for County Judge at the August eltction. During the last teu day -- TjikCanpioaths Mr. A.J. I'ikehaa "Thou shall opt" intensifies rebellion. That i law. Grace read "LOVB and do a you like" Old St. Atlguatine raid that 1500 years ago, and a greater than St. Augustine said it before him. 1 can only report the meeting to Friday night, aa it takes a letter two da.va to go from Lawrcnceburg to Stanford, We have a telephone to Frnnkfort, and I will send desiring to visit you a dispatch Monday, if the meeting clone Sunday night, a it may. Next week is Circuit Court, and Law and Grace our store from Livingston, I an ''ox and an yoked together, or a "diverse garment of woolen and linen" Pino Hill, Brodhead, Gum forbidden of the LOUD. "Court" at Cyn. thiana, killed thatmeeting, I think, in put. So the likelihood is that we shall Sulphur, Orab Orchard, can "Hit" lo Irankfort .Monday. We trust the dear LOItl) for at least 1.000 there. We now come on the shall get them, I fully believe. and spend five hours to lo last night, 201 confession for soul and 30 for body. There will be a "rush" for anointing from this on, for report of thoroughly this healing came, and the world la full of those who believo after they see. Poor. dear. and genu''Thomas, called Didymus," thou hast left a sad legacy in thine example! "Thomas, of our low prioes. because thou hast seen lliou hast believed; ineness blessed are lliey who have not seen and vet always open for the have believed." And this dividing line Wo will mark the difference in platform of heavenly joy through the eternal age . convenience tho public, Heaven lake ua just where earth leaves us, and those who most fully recogniz our and continue to invite all to Jesus to be what HK IS, shall wear the Crown ot life that fadeth not. O, that all head knew Him a having "all power committed make our house to Him in Heaven and on Karth." nnd your bustake of HI fullness accordingly. Kver in quarters; Jesus. Geo. O. II.viinim. friends; uso iness; SncM fllqnhh To Tha Jaltrior Jtunal.) Lawiiknckiiuwi, June 0, 8:tt5, Meet material, &c, and ing clewed last niuht. Sunday' harvest, our chairs, writing 111: last service. 01. Total for souMH, we trust that you will feol it is no lor body 07. 1'lUISK THE I.01IP. Geo. O. IUhnrh. imposltl on us.for we confess tho public Bucilen's Arnica Salie. nave aaaea to our stock a staple line Dry Goods, which makes it almost impossible for you to call for anything we cannot supply. Parties We GEO. D. WEAREN, SIAN.-UHD, LANCASTER and HUSTONVILLE. PIALKKIK -- - Grain, Wool, Orchard Grass and other Seeds, a" regular train market investigate learn the sWPIiifefc. FIAIR. I3VE XKT J. Gr O SFHircTG- WAGONS, afaaaegig -- Vft 1lfirM " J- -" . -. I I I 1 3NT I - JS, are of their transact ohatyour Thslwst Mire In the worlj tor Cull, ll;ulwi, Ulcers, Halt UIihiiu, Ktrer tjures, Tetter, Cbaj'l ilaiwls, UillliIalDa, Uurna, aud allbklu Kmptlooi, aud pelllr4y sure lte. It Is guar-antitaxlr entire HI Wmkuur money refunded. PrltoM touts wr bvi. For Ml by 1'enay A Sou, has trado! liberally with us, and we ,"" Itcnpci-M- , Nolf-HliHicr- " ... . , llay-lCakv- s 2r?- -- ' liV"" anil Tliri'Nli- want to showsomo appreciation of it. (J nil a DrlllH, C'urii.l'lantvrM, NulKy I'Iumh, .Mo Hern, hlruw'-C'iitlvr- MaAlUUe. Vi't (tDt heJn nolMug the liberal offer waJe la all Invalids and aufteiers by Dr. King's Natr Ptsaoxry for Couiumutluu. You art refuelled to call at 1'ruuy & M&AIUter'a Drug More, ad gt sTtfal lMUsfrieof cost, If you ars utfsrlutf with OmhuwMu, fevur Ouuiks, OsUi, Asthma, NriHKuIlk, Ujjr Ptief, Loss uVrjIm, llftirseueu, or an aluMtlto of Ihe Tbroat or Luds, It will puslltftty tur you. Uiiltlvalorx, lliirrown, liiK car-loa- ora-SlicllcrIlay-l'ri'hNt'- Citen Away. '03 7 N3UHVM 'Hsnua MacIilui'H ICiikIhch, And other Implements and MacLluery. We buy oicluilvely from Manufacturers, direct, for cash, in d lots, aud cousrqueutly obtain the largest discount and lowest rates of freight, Our motto is i 'Tim-clas- s Goods at Reasonable Prices tbe Best is always the Cheapest." Respectfully, Ur GEO. D. WEAREN, W. L. lVITIIIIHN, Staufojd.Ky. ..V Maoagera i Manauer Uncaiter Depot. nitUKN WIIXIASIN, lluatouTlll Depot for Hnckeyc and Oahorne chines at W. II. Hlgglna'. Section ma for sale. Apply to Henry Ilaughman, Stanford. Tuesday MorninR, Jnno 0, 1882 TlirHK In neeil of Hummer sulla will find it lo their Internt to buy of J. W. N. L OCAL TIME CARD. L Harden. (0 1. M. rsaaenirer train Notlh.... I " VftNNort mmn fn one df hitting It. .I r. Foulh... was cold enough lo frrxt yesterday mornLOCALNOTICES. ing, any way. llov Paints of Penny McAltstr-r- . Mil. J. T. Haiuii haa freali fla.li for sale Prima Mils Mclc Water, Hi Moltalisrlsj twlre a week Wednesday anil Saturday, A HUrr's. st hla meat and provision store. (lanolins nl l Pcnnj A Doan' I. McAllsterV Tin: prohibition candidate for Appellate sen! at Clerk, Mr. Alex. I.uak, made a good Icm- OrnMANMHIrt sntl HiinesrlMi W. H. Wains'. tiernnee speech yealerday, which will se SALT, Mm anil Cement ronslnnlljr on cure him a numlter of votes. liand A. Owsley's, Nrw stuck of Jewelry uriil Sllrerwite t Tlinllatofclalma'alTowed last October, Penny A McAlliter's. and which are to lie ptlil out of the taxes Hoka Water letter limn In any pact of thla year appears in this paper. Kxtra seasons, at Mnltulitrt . Hint's. copies can he obtained atfi cents each. Watgiifx, Clocks and Jewelry repaired by Penny A McAIIster. Ouit republican friends requcat us lo an anil warranted Wr. carry tlie larget and licsl assortment nounce that thre will be a meeting here of canned goals. McAIIster A Ilrlglit. on the 17lh, for the purpose of taking Call on W. II. Hlgglns for crass and some action looking to a better organisa grain acytlieo, Saddler' grain cmlles, lc. tion. A lull attendance Is desired. I'llltR Alden Fruit Vinegar, bent In tlic world, for Mle only r McAIIster A llriglit. A Dkmociiatii: Mam Meeting fur the and lifor-- purH)se of selecting delegates to the ConYon will find the l.nl renta cigar in town at Penny A McAlis-ler'vention to be held at Danville, July Cih, lo nominate a candidate for Superior Judge, A Nicr. assortment of French Candle , Saturday, and a fresh lot of foreign fruits just rrrclr. will be held at the ed at McAIIster A llrlglil'r. June 21th, at 2 r. M. Am. farmer hating the McCurmlck Machine can get extrai and twine at A. JAI !.m. Mr. T. 8. Parsons came to OwaleyY J, II. Owen, Agent. town Friday night and got out a warrant A rut.l. line of California Cannot Oowls, against his son Dick, charging him with Including Apricots, Oniies, I'eirs, Peachea heating his younger brother and attemptand Hgg Plum at McAIIster ami IlrighlV ing to whip his own mother. Ha has been PERSONAL Injiilslnce. The trial la set for tomorrow ST.A.tETirOI&I), KV. TiirtKK nuNimr.D THMJMMn Uiuck J t . feet 5 Inches long. A. L. Spoonamore sold onlered that hltehlng posts sufficient to 10 Thomas Wood 211 heifer at 4 cents, l Hi , Jellvered about accommodate 100 horse he erected along iter ewl.. 700 L. to ICtli July. A. Spoonamore bought of the Hist side of the Court-hous- e square- - I). O. Spoon more. rwmhlnsd gelding. afler rldrnlng thn streets for that purpAe. OARRARDCOUNTrT Another score for the Waller A. Wood Lancattrr. Twine Hinder. John Duncan, of (larrard, Tho Hinder trial came of! at Oauip one of the Judge fn the field trlsl at Dick, Friday, hut the Judge could not Camp Dick Robinson, last Friday, takes a grcc. Kvery mnn stuck lo the machine Waller A. Wood Twine Hinder, fleo. I). by which he was chosen. of II. M. Hurdetl, for The prospect Wearen, Agent. the nomination for Judge of the Superior Court continue to brighten. II Is friends MJMA0E& are positive he will receive It. A msss meeting of the democrats of Mr. llaker Walls and Miss Mary N! Court-house kirk were married in tlds county Sunday . this county will be held at the for the purpose of selecting June Mrs. S. L MldkifT tells m that old delegate to the Convention for nominaman I). A. Norton, who spent so much tion of Judge for tho Superior Court. time at the Pink Collage last Hummer, ha The republican Committee wo in just been united In marriage to Miss King, caucus Saturday afternoon, 'It was supposanother vlsllor at the Faith Cure. They ed for the purpose of putting out a canand Sheriff. for County A have gone North and will Hummer rtt an didate did so it lis notItnrney made public. been If they other "faith cure" nsar New York clly. Mr. Wm. K. Walker has been nominated and will make the race for County RELIGIOUS. Judge. He Is opular and a worker, and It will be any thing but a walk over for The Deerlng Camp-meetinat Park' Maaon Hill, Nicholas county, will commence on "Hegal from lluckeye" as Hully calls the republican candidate. 2nd Sunday In August next. the The marriage of Mr. Jno. M. Logan, Kev. Win. Crow preached two excelonce a merchant here, but now traveling lent sermon st the Prediyterian Church for a Cincinnati clothing house, to Miss City Council Tun at their last meeting Carrier, fl.M Carrier, It. P Carrier, J. W .... Carson, It Coffey, Jamee Carmony, Jacob.. Curlli, F. r Carpenter, U O... Cash, John Crow, Carson, Areh 78 3. IO0BERTS&STAGG OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, NTAlVft'Ottl), KY . 178 78 2 2 2 SSO i i 2 2 Carter, II. W.... Carpenter, leo. 8, Csldwell, I). W Caldwell, 11. W Carson, W. It- -. O.J ... 2 40 t It 2 '" l04 M DRUGGISTS Toilet m if Penny Chesault Chlnn, Hector A Ai PHARMACEUTISTS, t$'lnrnt Craig, Dr. H. I., HI M and Cosby, it ra. M.J. Carter, P. W., II and 17 50 .. Cobb, Illchard A, IK SO 70 1 10 I 2 10 1 CO SO Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Faints, Oils, 1'ttnru A rtlrtm, tlonkm, StnttonerVt Tntmrro unit Clair, Mqiiors), .fr. rhvnlrltinn Vrrnrrttttlnmnmit PlinV' 7S SO Caili, John, Jr Cowan, A. 15 and Chandler, Collier. It. 0 Carter, Delilah... Carter, J. M., Curtla, Chandler, V. A., 117 SO and (!....... J. I, 13.... .. 110 ..... iinrriif Irnl I'mmrattoiim Nprclnltu o 1 SO Carintcr, 5 Conrt-hou'e- MrM T on hand ami forHiile. IliglieNt canh price paid for Corn, round wa broken a few days since S 10 ..- -. J. L. Walklns and your correspond- Floyd, J. T Wheat, Ac. Ordcrn left at Mill promptly atlcmlcil to. 2 the Garfield Monument Church at ent are under many obligations to Mrs. Karris, D. K. 900 Washington. The work began with a Wilds, for tho nice treat of Ice cream, for flooch, Mcllenry ............... 19 80 ... (JooJe, J. r., 117, and 12.80... which she will accept our thanks. prelty ceremony. Two little 1 SO C. Itucker is putting up his (lalnea, II. F Mr. girls, one of them the daughter of the machineryJ.In his new mill and will soon DlreDa, (leo 1 SO 1 SO pastor, Mr. Vower, turned up the first sod be ready to accommodate the public Mr. Oooca, J. W 2 SO which was wheeled away by a boy of six Kuckeris an enterprising man and is well (lentry, It. It. Jr........... 4 73 (looch, a good miller. Ml! HeTTIKAiMQNII AND H A I.I.IK Si.vnnAl. hundred people were at the summer. All of the congregation who known fewaday ago some one entered Mr.L. Oarnett,L.W. M., l, A IU.73... 87 75 A lUliniFON have gone to Somerset. 73 trial of tlio Twine Hinder on the farm of were present then handled the spade for a H. Marlin'a smokehouse and carried oil Orlinia, W. V 1 90 Tun Dinrllle AJtecate man, Mr. I) Mr. Ike Dunn, Friday. The agents of the moment in turn befom the field was aban- some of his meat. A thelf stole Mr. F. Green, W.T. 4 60 T. Fackler, wan here yeatcrday talking Wood and McCormlck here pronounce It a doned to the workmen. M. Lutes' saddle and bridle last week. The Glvena, tjanpson, cold...... Has Just Oponod a Fino Stook of 75 farmers had better keep an eye on their Greening, John paper and money to our people. ead heat, but Mr. Dunn purchased a Mc 1 20 Green, Liberty. LAND, STOCK AND CROP. horses. Mu. P. II. Uahtkr, of AMIene, Texss, 2 Cormlck. No vote was taken, but each Henrietta Wilds and Miss Pattie Gentry, H. B. Sr -JK. U Warren bought of J. M. Mrer who haa been on h visit to his kinsman, 5 Arnold, gave the young folks of this neigh- Graham, W. It........ party claim that hit machine would have 1 00. 23 Dr. T. B. Montgomery, relumed home borhood, adnnceandsupiier, and they all Hall, J. M., admr. of J. J. Dudderar. got the majority, other machines an Alderney cow for $ the C Consisting of 'Squlsr John Ilailey has a pig that is seemed to enjoy themselves hugely. The Helm, 8. II.... represented have not reported their success. S ....' Misses Arnold and AUss xviaggie jucanej, Hale, Jen. a genuine hermaphrodite. Mm. (Iiiuir. I). Iluiuiirrr ani Ham. 460 were in attendance. Hubble, M. P., 2, and I2.S0. A week ago FiNdEii Amhitateh. Ninety hogs to average 270 lbs. by from lower"isGarrard, amiable hostess. M. W'AIrox weto hereyedenlay whooping 2 . Hackley, J. T .. Mrs. Wilds a very 2 . up the heya for their kinsman, Hon. It. M. we mentioned the fact that Mrs. Hoyd, of July 1, sold in Anderson at 7 rent per lb. County candidates are very numerous Harris, C. It 2 Lexington, who Is with her daughter, Mrs. lturdett. Charles Daiighcrty sold lo Gus. Mc- in our little burg. There was a republican Hubble, Joel H... 2 . last week, Hale, Wm (lov. Jamiji 11. McCiiEAiir was here J. J. Wilson, was suffering intensely from Cormlck 1 yoke oxen (2,800 pound') for speaking at Union School-hous- e 3 a few mile from here. Hon. W. O. Brad- Harris, 8. T yealerday mingling with the crowd. He the ellecl of the piercing of her little fin- $115. 3 ley, took the lead, followed by Walker Hill, T.J Also, a Nlco Lino of 2 60 thlnka hla chanrea are brightening aa the ger by a needle. Since then it has grown At the Granger's consolidated sale in Landram, and he by Geo. Patterson, can- Henry, A. J 2 .......... .... worse that yesterday It had to be Christian county, 0,000 lb, of wool sold at didate for County Clerk, and the benedic- Harria, C L... so much daya go by. , . 1 85 tion was pronounced by their colored Harris, Morrla J . ... ... a rlting young amputated two Inches Into the hand. Thee 20 to 24 J. John 11. Flail, 1 SO Hocker, for Jailer. I am oponing daily a Full lino of tho Boat Goods in tho Market, to bo lawyerof Ml. Vernon, who frequently favors oeratlon was aucccrsfully performtd by The first barrel of flour made from brother, Perkins, 1 Adout Folks Mrs. J. L. Arnold has Huston, Harry....... .......--- . ....- -. sold at Bottom Pricos. Call and oxamino. Dr. Peyton, asalated by Drs. Cariwnter and this year's wheat sold for $10 at West been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wilds, Hlgglna, J. "".........................-S .. is with letlera In the absence of the regus Ueid, and It Is hoied that she will soon b Point, lar editor, spent Saturday In our city. but left on the train for homo Saturday. Hocker, J. 8. A It. W TIKE c awlgnees ol T. P. Duddersr, Mils. J. H. Ahmstkomi, of Louiavlllr, "P- John M. Hall sold to Green Wood Mr. N. M. Shumate, now of Danville, Hayden Bros., O 12 60 .. -- . Hsnaford, W. gave us a (lying visit. Miss Pottle la on a visit to her twin airier, Mm. K. T. ........ fi Shootino Amur. South Fork Trrs cock 120 wethers at $2 75, and 22 was visitim' Mrs. Wilds, and baking Hutchinson, Js. Young, of thla oo mil jr. Ther are so much tie on Hie C. S. It. It. In this oounty, has 12 SO heifers at 21 cake for the dance, which she put up in Hsyden Bros...... 4 . . II, T. Hush bought of various parlies, alike that their own father couldn't tell liven the Kcne of several disgraceful rows style. Mrs. Champ bliumate, Holtaclaw. E. II 2 Hubble, M IS them apart vratcrdar. cattle, averaging 850 lbs. lo who lias been sick for some time, is better. Johnson, J. and Sunday afternoon added another to the .... 2 Thos. M Mr. Jimmy Watklns, with Mr. Hatson, of At the Annual Meeting of the State lint . Sam'l. Combs and James Mounre, t)50 pounds, alft.CO. 1 50 this jdace, paid Lexington a tiring visit Jonee, M. DKALKB IM W. O. Hiatl, of Koekcastle, sold to last week and brought back some cut of Jones, D. 8. A Sons 6 liar in Iouiaville, on the 21, (ler. Jauiea having filled their hides with the mean 1 SO II. McCreary will rraond to the toast, whisky to be obtained in that locality, Neal Traylor, 2 yoke of oxen, one for $90 furniture Look out for a Jones, 1. wilh him. DRUGS, BOOKS, STATIONERY FANCY ARTICLES. 3 Kennedy, W. F., assignee of J. G, Ballard. squall. rbjilclans' Frcscrlptlons sccurstelj conilounJcJ. Pbsrmaceutlcal I'reiiaratlona a speclallj. "I'he Kentucky Jlar Association;" Cul. sat down lo play a game of cards. A quar- and the other for $V.V. 4 ... King, J. C Hill belrg unable to attend. The clip of a Madison oounty Merino Meeting of County Committee. rel of oeurse ensued, when Comix drew Kelley, H1gglnt..... .3 At the meeting of the County Committee Kennedy, W. F MrHirwr J. II. Piunklin, and V. T. a pistol and shot Mounce four times, in- iamb one year old weighed fifteen pounds 1). II. EDM18TON. 750 E. R. CHKNAUl.T. im. 8EVERANCE. held in Stanford, June 5th, it was unani- Klrkpatrlck, David. . I 60 Trobaugh, representing Franklin Davia A flicting wounds that are pronounced mor- and four ounce. Kegistcr. for Leach, E. L. 1 mously Bgreed that a Mass Meeting . Co 'a Nursery, near Itienmond Va., are here tal. (Joinln, it is said, has left for parts J. M. lUlley, of Kockoastle, sold to the nurno'o of selecting delegates to the Lynn, James E., 12, and 111.20 13 20 In thutnlereat of the firm. Thla home haa unknown. 1 yoke cattle for $Ct, Convention at Danville to nominate a canReuben Ilronaugh, Lane, Thomas P . .2 COO acre In Ita nursery, and 2,000 acrea In . and to Joe Ncwland IK) ewe and lambs at didate for Superior Judge, shall bj held at Long, J. W......... 272 on oaiuruay, Lambert, Dr. O. S . Aithii Six Months. In December last, SMB. in Stantortl the . orchard. - 8 SO t 2 o'clock r. m. June, 24lh. Lack.y, N. D 5 25 . Mr. II. C. Tiiohivo.v, Surlutement Mrs. It. II. Ilurnsldo missed her watch, and Hennett Cloyd sold to Win. Cloyd 20 13 20 Livingston, J. O had been stolen, kept the matWorthf of Praise. of the Peacock Co.il Company, km here aupiwsing it mules about an average out McClary. J. It 3 oaaible with the hope of s, 1'stent As rule we do not recommend 1 20 yesterday. Ilia mlnea are on the L. A N. ter aa quiet as of hi lot, at $110; and desire to sell the Moreland A SsndlJge.. ...... recovering It and capturing the thief. Hut l.nt when we know of ons that really Is 2 73 .1 miles from Miller, W. H., lor Parks Taylor'a heirs London, and be extension, balance. cure, then It was lost imlead of stolen, lubllc benefactor, and does poeltlvely ..... 330 tella u that ho will be ready Id ship ten it seems that Col. T. P. Hill sold to a New York wo cousl.ler It our duty to Impart that Informa-Ho- n Miller, Dsn'l.S0cls.,snd !2.80.. 9 60 Mellobcrts, P. M., 17.20, and 12 for she has just received it from Mr. K. L oar loads of coal per day aa aoon aa the ar truly a moat val- McMullen, 45 out of his lot of CO cattle to bj parly, to all. Bl'ttrlc Hitters 1 .... bo found Tanner, of McKinney, who will aurely euro Blllouencaa, McAlIater AThoi........... road that cannot lie excelleil lif the delivered In September, at $5 87Jc. They uable medicine, and 2 Ly tie It near the College grounds hereon DecemAgue, Stomach, Liver and Kidney Myers, John 1'erer and 38 Pittaburg uilnrK, will wcigli 1,500 11h. Y. day. Wo remember now that Complaints, een where all other remedlea fall. Mis MAUV OwtLKY, who haa just ber Court At Harrislown, III., GO blooded cattle We know whereorwe ipealc, and can freely re- "dene'ee. J.AN., ', snd 110.71;............ 42 70 8 03 Bright McAlliter graduated at Ward's College, Xnsliville, Mr. Tanner told ua of hla find and asked sold on an average of $241. Some of the commend them to Sold at fifty Moberly, . 225 J. J who had lost a watch, but we had heard with marked honor, returned home Satlfose of Sharon breed sold for $000 and eeuti a liottle, hy l'enny A McAlliter. 13 MsrUu,J. M 8 73 Miller, II. E A Co .. urday, with her father, Hon. J. 8. Osrsley, of no one, and the matter dropped from Conatance IX for $1,000. t advertiseA twenty Myers, 8. 8 1 . . m:w aiivkktisemksts. who went down to attend the Commence- our mind. -- J. C. Gentry bought of K. W. GIvens 643 93 McAllslcr, Jsmes........ ment would have restored the watch lo Its A ment. A year'a absence haa metamorSon for N. Lehman and Hro. .15 head of CIS Miller, W. II., tUO, and 7J. long ago. phosed her from a slender girl to a well owner 1 SO cattle 20 for July delivery at G cents and Manuel, Thomas...... JAMES F. HAIXIN 73 McEoberta, 8. 8 Having jiiNl received direct from the Eiudcm citlcn tho most -. proportioned, handaome young lady, ..Tun army worm, which made Its apjiear-ancei- the rest for October delivery at 0 cents. la a candidate ler County JuJgeof Kockcaitle, at Neviue, M. " elegant Htoelc or . 2 tl ... Nannie Dunn, Tun P.O. The Winchester Demoerut has reports the Auguit election, 18S2. neighborhood, the De 10 80 Napier, P. U., 14.89 and 10 I.ula WooMridge, Katn Williams, Irwin seema to haa been checked in Us march of sales of a large number of cattle at Cc. CM 80 . Newland, T. D ... llaker, Ilelle Van Armlsle and Letlie by persistent ditching. Mr. De Pauw's 20 for Julr delivery, CJ for August, and one 4 SO Nance, Jwie. 12 Kochesttr, chaperoned by MIm Mary My acre field of rye Is a total loss, but further extra lot at 7 for September delivery, Newland, A. STiNVOaD 8TRK1CT 13 35 Owsley, Ibble ................. era, paid our office a pleaaant visit last than that we hear of Col. C. H. Itochrster had on exhibidamage. 3 Oaks, evening. They had just received a box of Dr. W. W. Owsley tells us that when they tion yesterday, his beautiful heifer, Nairn-erl- e LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Osks, Hiram..... 2 Joseph.. 4 th, by 2d Duke of Lindel. She peaches from Mr. llichmond appeared on his place in 1857, they attackdelicious ...... 12 Owens, MontrsTlllo............ 32 SO Ilocbeater, in Alabama, of which they ed a field of rye, whereupon be turned In weighed 810 pounds and Is only 13 months JOHN T. HIGUINS, l'lHH'lUETOn. Peyton, Dr. J. F., 129, snd II 3 S. C... . .. were exceedingly proud. hla lot of 300 hogs upon them, and In a old. 2 10 Padgett, John A., SO eta., and I1.C0...... -C- om'r. W, O. Welch sold the Dudde-ra- r few day they wero entirely destroyed, the A riKST - CLASS HOTEI. 2 Penn;backer,J. LOCAL HATTERS. Mill property belonging to William tn hog eating them with great relish and fatS w ...Vlllll.r. The patronage ol th pullle Petry, Adam, 13, and fi.- -. to llrucc, Warren A Co, for lumber tening on them. He afterwards cut the rye Purciful, yesterday, to W. M.oHall, for solicited, sud satisfaction Kuarinteea, I Torter, It. L. do 2 Pendleton, A. and ahlnglea, and got about as good a crop as he ever $1,000. There are 20 acres of land at2 . Paxton, J.B. . ..- Kver exhibited In this market. New ami (Iknuikk German Millet Seed for rale did. The hogs, he tells us, will not touch tached. 10 Porttnan.J. E., 12, and IH o One Georgia farmer has 2 1,000 the rye no long as the worms are sufficient .. 1113 Pursllull, W., 12, 11090.08, A 123.70 by A. Owsley. 2 plants set out In three and a half Pollard, P. T. ........ for them to feed upon. Allowed at October Term, 1881, l'ayn-bl- o Padgett, D. J A ni'KuiAt. term of the Circuit Court . S20 acres of ground, and says the product will out of County Levy of 18S2. 2 Padgett, Wm .. .. . will convene here Thursday, the 8th. W. L.McCarley was beat that of twenty acres of the best cotCoUNTr Couht. ... 8 Peyton, M. 8., 12, and granted license to keep tavern In Tunnel ton in value, I 1 00 Pennybacker, J. 8 A Co.... I HAVK received a big supply of Ice and Andcriou, Sllaa, II SO and tl SO S 113 RHADAMES, MOIRES, ISO City, with the privilege of retailing liquor, 18 73 Yesterday was a decidedly dull day in Andtrsonjoliu.... ..- Purslfull, Mary A..... . .......... ....... shall keep it roimtantly on hand for sale. S and Clay Powell waa granted same right the stock business. Hut few were on the Alterion, A. C 2 CO Q Payne, A. 1 J.T. Harris, e Adauii, Zaek .............. .......... In Hustonville, the local option law havrtlguey, J. F.,W, and II light market and tho trade was 4 8 ... Klchuds, Thomu.- J, W.I lAYIiBN has ordered a few white ing been refuted. J. K. Lynn, qualified one auctioneer reported. to J, that buts Anderion, Uraotlll ........-..- . ... 1 10 M, Capt. Adams, Ctias.ll...... 1 Ksynolda, N. 8 moire and brocaded piraxols. Those a executor of J. II. Parsons. J. N. Meni 22 SO sold 1 yoke of oxen for $1)2.50; 1 Alcoru, Dr. Kd.. 112 M and 110.... Ileynolds, A. C..... - AIsSO such should call early. IS fee gave bond, with S. F. Cowan and Craig mule for $011; a maro and colt for $7:1, S 73 Itoblnsou, J. 8., 13.73, and 12.......... and Adams, Wm. T. 7 SO V Adams, J. and received the tax 2 mares at $30 and $00. Lynn, ...... 2 . ltoa, J.T Hl'RlNd oiiiuiCKNS command In this mar 4 SO Adauii, Joel II 2 Koblnaon, Thomas .......-- , hooka of 1S32. In the afternoon the MagIS ket from fit to $!tf0 per doirn and at that ......- Adauii, G. A......... 3D IUney, W. ().. It, IJ0, and 12 . LINCOLN COUNU. istrates joined the County Judge and a dis 20 75 llrucc, Jai. E., II2. and W.M... aa waice aa their mammy's teeth. ..... 223. Richards, M.L.... aie ISO Fugleman's Mill. cussion of tho proposed Stanford and Iloone, II. U., tOO and 13.00.... 2 Vellliic, Henrietta Cloth, lliiiitlni;, TauilHO Bame aaalgnee of W. T. Dodd... InelmlliiK Niiiim Av-- , 6 . Mr. D. N. f'rewitt is sufiering with a lirlgut, Taylor, col'd 80 Cloth, nice assort men t of .... M. 8.... havPreachersville Turnpike followed, and afand In Ruisell. Til E proprietors of Lincoln Mills, 7 very bad sore throat. . Ilranwn A Lane 480 -Bouten, W. (1 ing secured a ptruiancnt water supply, ter a number of rattling speeches, ended 3 Mr. Sam Kngleman had a flue saddle lleuedlct, Uco. A . 160 Stoue, 1. H 4 will bo able to do cuatoui grinding at any In a postponement of the matter to a. spec- mare to die a few days ago. Baugti, Henderson..............- -. 1 80 Btons, W. T.. 3170 Smith, Monroe time. Wo have a neighbor that nays he has Hell.J.I... Ill, 11,15.50, 111,13.20..... to be held on tho 2nd Monday In ' ial term 2 ............ 6 n cow that has given 5,000 gallons of milk llrown, O.U, It, and 12, 2 8tagg, KJ. S Mils. UoiiuAH Smith, whose death was July. An order waa made to have the C73 in the last two years. llailn,U.W., I!., 1IGM Shanks, J. H. and 8.11.... FUI.I, Til.MvS recorded last issue, was a daughter of Mr. route from the Junction to Preachersville IOCS White killed a black snake SunJ. P., 17.69,112.. TOSS 8ererance, Dudderar, A Co.. ...... ......... 1 Cliarlea Daughertv, Instead of Nathan, as surveyed and a report of its length and day morning, that measured (i feet in liaaltu, Joseph .............. D. A W. Wllcher. 680 Smith, J. -. 10 length, and 0 Inches In circumference. Uryant, America practicability made. 45 19 Janiea published. 6 The army worm have not reached this lluehauan, Tim., A Henry Johntou 60 . liurker, J. II- -. Mih Julia A. Hunt, who waa such a neighborhood yet. but the nursery men Bright, Johui 4 Fa It M :us desiring to lay in their winter 2 40 Burlwr, AlfreJ ..-..- .. 2 to catch on In are annoying the farmers a great deal, Bash, D. F... 78 supply of coal would do well to see the favorite here, does not seem BpilJIn, "" EVERLASTING TRIMMINGS, BIAS TUCKING, 2 .. Some thieves have been visiting the Barrow, K. I'....-- . Tbunuuoa, II. It........ pioprietora of Lincoln Mills. It will be New York, where she Is now appearing in 2 ...... -- . James Hobinson, but he Ulaln,Uobert corn crib of Mr. 180 Tucker, J. II... ....... . her new play of "Florinel." It Is money in their pockets, 2 Uoyle, Wui don't know how much they have taken. S -Tucker, Da j too... slllr, dreamy, badly constructed 2 40 tucker, IS. W., aailgnesofJ.T.IICH'ker. school taustee, at Tho 8 J. 0...... Tiik Seminary in charge of Prof. Abner affair, and she Is spoken of by the SWt aa Hrlghl's election for waa pntiwned last Browu, K. W......... CIS llrown, 3 Turutull, Jubn........ Kogers, will close Wednesday afternoon, 2 2 "Impulsive and earnest, with some natural Saturday on account of the Chairman not Bailey, John M. E. Vaugbt, fcC. 2 at which time he will treat Ida pupils to a capacity for Ba.tln, II. 480 VandsTMr, KlchrJ.. the stage, an awkward method, being present. 4 72 ...... ...... G. II. Hruce and Ked Portman were Baugh, Dm id A ............. 7 fine dinner at the St. Asaph Hotel. VaaJeveer, A. II'. and Indlllerent training. She also sing down this way last week pulling up mile Beusley, ltoy 8... . 3 M73 Vamlereer, D. W a 23 Varnou, W. Mr. J. F. badly, and belongs distinctly to the expe- posts, so that wo may know how fsr it is to Bouue, Wash, col'd A Mahuikd Man Eu-tH- . . G-OOXD- S 10 80 E..- 2 Uastlo, A. II Carson hands us a letter from a gentleman rimental season, but with more hope of her the double store. 180 Wallace, Jordoa, rot' J. 2 There seems to be a contagious dis- Beasley, Alleu. 8 -- . In Laurel inquiring of one Samuel Fund-r- e perhaps, than ordinarily attaches to Wsst.Jobnll In endless variety, and a stplendld asMortiueiit oi I.hhuh, 8 ease a aiong the dog in this neighborhood, Bateuiaii, Alei 223 Walla, Zack........... (JIiikIiiiiiih, ale. w, who says left hla wife and family last of her class." The llaxdd admits or they have been Kirtaking of too much BlacVerby, T.V.,iMlgow of Joi. McAllslcr 4 8 Wearen, It. II. week and ran off with another woman, that "she is a young lady with a fair degree dosed mutton. Seven or eight have died Baughiuau, tl. 11. II to aeli 12 to T Ferrlll. 4 180 -White, W. IV. ........ Blaln,Johu lit 80 Wears D. Ooorgs !). 101 VT ilelore he left ho Intimated that he was of dramatic talent a faculty for breaking In (be last ten days. 12S Wlne.U. Bams part olTaylor'a belr'a claim.... A L. Snoonamore bought of Thomas deI comlug to Llncon to get work. He Is forth Into song on slight provocation and a ISO Wools, Hobinson 15 head of heifers weighing COO ltlankenilup, 2 1). -- . scribed as a man of ordinary height and considerable ability In the display of an lbs. at $:t.'t0 per cwt. I). N. Prewltt Buchanan A Newlsnd............ 1 -. 3160 Wo have added to onr stock a nice assortment orCHrpetH.llHKH, Walton, W.1V red head and alieeplslijlooking unusually varied wardrobe. Miss Hunt bought of Mrs. Jennie Kennedy, o( Gar- Ballard, J. (I., assignee of Geo. Stepheosoa. 3 site, with a 2 Waters. J. K Oil Cloth, SlattliiKM. IVall Paper, Ac. blue eyes. If any of our reader now any did not fail to make tome good points du- rard, a fancy saddle and harness ware for Uauguuiau.t). H., assignee of J. A. Williams IS 280 Yeunj.ll. '., II, sna 11,80, SO Hobinson- sold to Mtrk Ballard, Johu " $185. James 2 Yiiudk, John thing of such an Individual they will ring the evening, and waa equally successISO Wakefield, of Danville, 50 bbls. of corn in Ouiumtbs, ""'y GENTS' NECKTIES, COLLARS.CUFFS & GENERAL FURNISH. obllgelhjs desertvd.wlle by letting ua hear ful In the display of pretty aatln skirls the crib at $1.40 ner bbl. Henry White Cannon, Johu 13,770 13 Tutsi SUIOsul iif rltluu 3 ,r ING GOODS. U, and pretty silken hose." from thew showed us a stalk of rye that measured 8 Caldwell, E.U. Jr. U A trus UiU JOHN 11LAIN, ' (1 .. .... the accomplished daugh Dye. John..... here Sunday, In place of the pastor, who LilU ofJ. Smith, Smith, is announced for Doorea, Dr. W. M .. Wm. II. ler ha gone In Washington county, .... Dyehouie. Wra. 11 o'clock Thursday morning, at the PresDoolln, Jeff. ............. ..- -. Hrier' Weekly of Saturday, con- byterian church at this place. Elmore, J. M .......... . tain good ploture of the Southern MethPaint Lick. Ellison, D. odist llishops, including those recently Thero ha been good rain here. Eve- Elmore, M. D., 1111.91, elected. Member of that Church should ry thing is growing. Great complaint Edmliton, Job n ......... ......... ...... ... from farmers that wheat I badly blown Edmliton, J. secure copie. Denny, A. K., 12 and II 20 Dunn, Harrison.... Drye, James -Dllllon, W. So. ll..(. ...... Dudderar, Jolin...,.... D. Jr......... ......... Wi...,..... ..... 9 9 4.1 i 2 230 3 2o 2 2 00 12 73 1 SO Msmm mims Thin New Mill, containing (ho IntcHl anil J,., It..... ....... ....,- ...... -. .......... .... - MOST IMPROVED MACHINERY Friilnj anil Naliinlii)' of each week, anil on ami all other nubile slayn. We Hollclt a liberal Hharc of patronage ami will cnilcavor to rIto entire Katlsfuclion. Court-Da- y 40 1 SO Ih now In Tull operation. Wo will Krlnil Tor ciiHtoiitcrx, Tor flic prCHCiil, on TiicmIuj', For iiiaiiiiiHC'iiriiiK meal anil Hour, 223 3 to 2 117 91 1 SO !:.. . I3....... .- down. Karris, II. W '.... for ... 10 00 .... Flour, Meal, Corn, Bran, SMpstiifF, &c, 2 AlwayH d I.... ....... ..... in. ,......... ............ - E. P. OWSLEY ... ........ BRAND NEW GOODS, !j., ....... ...... ....... .... Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. CARPETS-OII- Lwli................... GLOTHS.TRU1VKS 0. ... W. HIGGINS, Salesman. Ar-nnl- i! L......... .............. ,...... first-clas- s PENNY & It. ............ ................ .... .... .... PHARMACISTS , McALISTER ........... SPRING 1882. Court-hous- ............ Medl-Idae- ANNOUNCEMENT! ..... oii, ...... ... . five-cen- ......... ..,.... CHENAULT, SEVERANCE & CO. n 1'auw-I.oea- n MIjmS HOUSE! C............-.- . .......... ........... .................. 50..... -.. BBtff W1K1 "j i:.......... Clothing, Boots, Shoes, 3E3C.A.TJS, sweet-potat- LIST Of CI AIMS ....-..- . 0... ....... ..... ............ 4rfbC, ....... .... .... ELEGANT LINES OF SATINS, MERVEILtEUX, m 10............. ... . Hig-gin- - .... ... Busmen 1$m xmim SIX&s. 1 A HANDSOME STOCK of BLACK GOODS, laeta 1 m - s .......... ,.- Dress Goods of Every Description. Hamburg Embroideries, 1 India Trimmings . ... .............. . school-hous- e Laces, Ladies' Neckwear, FANS, PARASOLS. 8..., m ... ..... .- .... WIHITIE! ...... 1I............... , a 0.. CARPETS. - aa iiiaia.Jt.l- Kne it Scicnco in tho Inst few years has A nowlynrriveil and singular-assortein tho world, fnined a tcrriblo footing bones of fogy-iscouplo nt n Now York hotel, rattled tho dry f ICY. theories, consisting of n Londoner and an out-anmado pi out of worn-ou- t out American Western mnu, and upcl ideas which havo liecn esJnno 0, 1882 fnestlay Mornlnff, stood watching tho throng of pcoplo tablished for centuries. coming and going nt tho marblo counTho latot and most astonishing ter tho other evening, and listening fact that hns been dovcloped is that How a little Ctrl Suagetttd the Intention of with surpriso to tho endless number tliero is n rcientifio mode of kissing. the reietcope. of quick questions mado to tho hotel Tho day when n young man can grab tiftlm most important tliscov- clerk about trains, rooms and Individ a girl nbout the neck nnd gnbblo n crfc!? ImVo liot'ii nmilo nccidonUlly; uals, and his instantaneous replies, kiss, in n rough but comlortnhlo mannliii It lias liniipenoii to more than one when tho Knglishmnn broko nut with: ner, is past. Tho timo when liooould .fttnntor. who had lonir been search- "Most extraordinary man; seems circlo her waist with ono arm, get his fiic after somo new combination or to know every body and ovcry thing shirt bosom full of hair oil, and rubs material for carrying out a pot idea, wonder if there is any question his lips over ovcry squaro inch of in hit iinnn tho rieht thini! nt I ait liy about a railway train or any person her countenance, is no moro. Scicnco mrro chance. A lnoky Jnstanco of that ho can't answer?" has proclaimed against it, nnd man this kind was tho discovery of the "I'll bet half a dozen champaguo shudders but remains silent. principle of the tolescopc. Nearly thrco hundred years ngo, I'll put him n question about a train Tho old stylo of kissing, which ho can t answer, said tlio Westerner. sounds liko tearing n clap hoard oil n there was living in tho town of "Donel I II stand six to sco him go smokc-houson the island of Walchcren, is now considered bad to grnss," said her majesty's subject. in tho Netherlands, n poor optician tnste, and, consequently, going out of "Well, hero goes then and west fashion, nlthough tho majority of girls named Hans Lippershoim. Ono day, ern stepped up to tho marblo counter. admit that scicnco has destroyed all in tho year 1C08, he was working in "Say I ion appear to know ovcry tho comforts of n long, lingciiug, his shop, his children helping him in thing and every body; who is there kiss, nnd this fact various small ways, of romping about that s going to hell, and whcn'll tho causes them to express no littlo reodd amusing themselves with tho tools train start?" nndj objects lying on his work-bencgret. "Charles J. Guitcau; starts 30th when suddenly his littlo girl exclaimTho improved scientific method of Juno, sir," replied tho clerk, looking kissing is to throw tho right arm lancdf tho querist right in tho eyo without guidly around tho fair ono's should"Oh, papal Seo how near tho stco- moving n muscle. plo comes l" ers, tilt her chin up until her faco is "Well, I rcckou you ro about right, pointed nt an anglo of soventy deHall startled liy this announcement, tho honest Hans looked up from his but you can't tell me whero I can go grees or until it has an nspect renud get a ticket, cr.n you V work, curious to know the cause of sembling tho bowsprit of n clipper-buisloop. Then stoop softly and tho child's amazement. Turning to"Goto tho devil! said tho clerk, turning away. ward her, ha snw that sho was looking graze nbout her lips, in a quiet, sud"Mister," said tho Western guest, den sort of way, ticklo her noso with through two lenses, ono held closo to looking over to tho blondo doorkeep your lnustacho until sho crios 'Ouch!' her eye, mid the other at arm's length; er, ntler the laughing nan sunsitieu, This is scientific kissing; but thoro is and, calling bis daughter to bis sido, he noticed thnt tho eye lens was plano"you can chargo six bottles of 'Liz no consolation in it nothing to mako in my bill for tho use of them gentle- nman feel ns if n couple of galvanic concave (or flat on ono eitio and holmen, for I must weaken on this bet, batteries wero galloping along his lowed out on the other), while thoone it's ngin me." Ho withdrew, and tho spinal column. It is fiat, lukowarm; held at a distance was planoconvex generis, as it were. (or flat on ono side and bulging on tho Auother reason lor strong opposi clerk kept answering questions nbout it lacks substance, nud, if not stale, it Now Orleans other). Then, taking the two glasses, tion on tho part of tho press relativo other and moro familiar routes with is nt least unprofitable. Hrooklyu La-gl- Times. he repeated his daughter's experi- to tho kneo pants is the fact that the perfect equanimity. -ment, and soon discovered that she ladies, who nro now rapidly adopting Ilurdette says of tho Cincinnati had chanced to hold tho louses apart tho modern changes in men s apparel, Beat at His Own Came. sandwiches: "They nro four inches at their exact focus, aud this had pro- will, of course, tako up with this one. Among tho leading medical spec- thick ench side, and lined with apparduced tho woudcrful effect that she Wo do not feel, as a husband and ialists of tho French capital is a ent traces of bam. The assay also His quick wit and skilled father, liko enlarging upon this aspect observed. physician who professes tocuro invention saw in this accideut a won- of tho matter. Wo nover can write nil the ills thnt flesh is heir to by ol- shows up somo indications ot butter of tho Queen Anno period, but not in Ho immediately about any subject when we are in pain derful discovery. treatment. A wealthy Briton paying quantities. Thoy can bo remaking useot bis now knowl- We must still this heartache bcloro wo factory set about not long ago crossed tho Channel on duced uy strong acids or intense heat, edge ol lenses, and cro long ho had can proceed. purposo to consult him. Having ask- but can not be crushsd by friction. fashioned a tuba of pastoboard, in j ( rJJ rf if! ed his visitor a few curt questions 're- As food they are not nutritious, but which he set tho glasses firmly nt their To resume: We deem it bad enough specting his symptoms, and subiected nre perfectly harmless. Prof. Dore-mu- s, exact focus. for mankind to wear pantaloons that him to careful auscultation, the doctor who has subjected them to a This rough lubo was tho germ of bag at tho kneo when wo sit down, extracted a bottle from a drawer in great instrument, the telescope, without embracing a carment which his writing table, uncorked it, and careful analysis, says there is not that thorn to which modern scicncoowessomuch. will open at the kneo like a Soldene handed to tho Englishman with tho enough ham iu 2,000,000,000 of it baby from to endanger a Arid it was in October 22, 1008, Hint smile when we take a chair. words, "Smell it I" adding, ns soou as trichina;." Linpersheim sent to his government Kueo breeches can meet with no his command had been obeyed, "That telescones matlcaby himself, call cordiality three Charles Lichbriincr weighs alwut on our part. We can not is well- - You nro cured." Whatever ing them "instruments by means of hold out our haud in friendly, heart-fel- t 100 pounds, his wife 200, and their surprise tho patient may have which to see nta distance. welcome to a wardrobo that makes a at being relieved of bis relativo strength is fairly represented Not long afterward another man, slim man look liko tho memory of a malady with such astounding prompt- by the same figures. Ho ostensibly or Metius, of Jacob Adriamz, Hill Nye. itude nnd ease, ho exhibited no exter keeps n restaurant in Now Orleans, lost cause. a town nbout twenty miles from nal signs of amazement, but, adopt- but sho is its real boss, as lie comCensus Figures. Amsterdam, claimed to bavo discover- Btylo of his professional plains to n Police Justice thnt threo pi! tlm nrincinlo of tho telescope two h mures furnished by tho census ing the laconic iu succession she took him across Lippewhcini; bureau show some interesting facts re- adviser, ejaculated, "How much!" days vears earlier than Hans "A thousand francs,'" was the reply; her lap and spanked him terribly. nnd it is generally acknowledged that garding the distribution ut the popu Being arrested, sho gave bail to keep The population whereupon, producing n bank note to to ono of these men belongs tho honor lation of Kentucky. though nt tho same time But it of tho htate, as has been already an that amount from his pocketbook, he tho pence, nf inventintr the instrument. held it under the doctor s noso lor n she nvowed iter intention to subject 1 lie area in seems certain that Hans Lippershoim nouueed, is few seconds, saying, "Smell it." Tho her husband to discipline whenever Iintl imver known nor beard ottlie uis square miles is 40,000. The number astonished JEulapius mechanically nnd however she pleased. mndo bv Adriansz. and so, if of families in tho State is put at 302,-G3cnvnrv You are is well. and the number of dwellings nt complied. "That Hated her Pictum:. A woman Adriansz hail not lived wo should still paid," calmly observed the English- refused to pay her photograhper for n owe toiHnns Lippersheira'a quick wit, 280,000. Tho size of the average man, pocketing tho note; "I have the dozen pictures of herselfon the ground anil bis little daughter's lucky ractl- - family m Kentucky is put at 5.40, good mornvaluable and few States in the Union showing larger honor to wish you a very thnt they did nut do justice to her illinim ono of the most ing." So saying, he bowed politely, face. He sued, aud in the trial tho 8t. sized families. Ohio, for instance, wonderful of human inventions. averages up but 4 98 persons to the nnd quitted tho room. woman and the photographs wero Nicholas. family, Iudiaua 5.0G, and Illinois 5.20 Dakota is said to be filling up rap- submitted to tho jury. Sho was dressMines. Superstitions of III Tennessee the families aro larger Ger- ed carefully, her hair was arranged in The foreign iron miners in tiicPenn- - than amoug tho Northern neighbors idly with immigrants, largely of locating the most becoming manner, and sho sylvnnia coal mines believe that wins- - of tho Stutc, and average up o.Je man. The advantages fertility of put on her pleasantcst expression, yet iu summed tliug in n raino is absolutely certain persons per family, uotquitoequnl to there are makes up soil, which a satisfactory pecu tho verdict wns that tho portraits were to be followed bv somo calamity, and Kentucky, Only two howover. Exchange. accurate. tbev cito several stories of disasters States iu tho country show a larger niary return almost a certainty. Tho there, buying n which havo happened to unbelieving number of persons to the family than total cost of going is the largest lumber marChicago land, Americans who have defied fate in Kentucky, and these aro Maine and 100 aero sectiou ot Government and ket in tho world. The single item of breaking it up, cultivating it, that way; sawed lumber received there in 1881 West Virginia. Minnesota has the is estimated at flooring fourteen Over forty years ago a shaft which same number of persous per family as reaping tho first crop first would lay an inch nbout SG50. The value of the was not properly supported by timfeet wide round tho earth at tho equawiuuu omuua crop is fixed nt $900, nnd after thnt bers was, on nccount of tho danger, lvcmuc&y. tor. The amount of lumber manunext to Kentucky in tho alphabetical smaller anu about to bo nbandoncd. As tho min- list, has an average of but 4 87 per the expense will bo jnucli while tho re factured in tho threo States of Michiers were quitting work for the last family, while Montana has but 3.94. grow smaller every year, Wisconsin and Minnesota during ino gan, time one of them began whistling, The number of persons to each squaro turn will constantly lucrexse. sup 1881 would lay such a floor fifty feet wood nndtas his cumpanions remonstrated mile in Kentucky is 41.22, being ex- disadvantages nro deficient wide. blow over he only whistled louder and faster. In ceeded in density of population, by ply, the bitter winds that the severe the exposed prairio land, A miserly farmer in Litchfield, dull roaring sound less the midst of it a than n dozen States of the Union. complete isolation Mass., has been buying broken-dowwas heard and tho whistler stopping, None of the Southern States, except winters, and the Nevertheless, horses every Spring, working them bade them all run for their lives. In Maryland equal Kentucky in density during that season. emigrants continue going there. hard nil Summer, nnd killing them in warning, they wero imspito of the . and only three States M tho Fall. As ho paid hardly any walls, but of population, by tho falling prisoned surpass or Two sisters wero engaged to bo si- thing for tho beasts, nnd avoided tho wertjfdll rescued alive except tho west ot tho seaboard states multaneously married at Lafayette, cost of wintering, tho plan proved even equal in this regard. whistler, who was crushed to death Ind. Their affianced husbands camo profitable, until n Bergli society had instantaneously. Konniso theCradm:. How ter to town on tho morning of tho day him heavily fined. This incident has stood for many ribly in earnest the party in power set for thodoublo wedding, nnd called , years as a warning against all whist- has become in its efforts to "save the nt tho house. Tho mother went to There has lately been maileat Hull, ling in tho mines which drives away Union" may bo imicined by the re awaken tho girls, und found tho room England, n chain of Siemens steel, tho "good spirits." port published yesterday that even the empty, their wardrobes gono, nnd a 180 yards long, containing moro than About ten years ago a mino boss littlo pages of Congress had been as letter sayiug that thoy had run nwny 3,200 links, held togother by nbout imagined he heard some body whistle, sessed ten dollars each in order to help to nvoid matrimony, lwo wecKs in 850 steel pins. It is intended fur ho was but investigation proved that tho glorious work along. It has been ter they wero found iu St. Louis, sick lifting purposes, has an estimated mistaken. He was assured, however, said that tho great Napoleon so ex from continual drunkenness, ami ono strength of b'O $ons, and is thought to that it was very ominous, and that he hausted the fighting stock of France bruised by a fight with a boon com- be tho largest chain of its kind over might expect eomo troublo to befall that when raising troops for his later panion. Their exploit is singular, as made. him. That night ho was shot dead by carapaigus lie spared neither mo crathoy had been gently reared, und tho Prif ITnwo. ilin nlirnnnWiat. while a "Molly Maguiro," and tho miners dle nor tho grave, and tho party of bridegrooms from whom thoy fled wero behove that it was tho whistlo of tho moral ideas seems to be in tho same playing blind man's blufl, fell in lovo choosing. own fatal bullet which ho heard in the condition. It has assessed every body of their with a Indys bumps, wnuo leciing Ex. - morning. silk them to recognizo his captivo. else that it could force to tho point of Lovra of Stockinus. Black Wo nover heard 'em called bump BritlKKItf). In II payment; if now it has been compell- stockings, reserved for morning wear, linf.ii-- luif ivA'vn knnwn inanv n fol iNTKItKSTINO TO judgment rendered in Jersey City on ed to pick tho pockets of small boys it nro dotted witli red or bluo butterflies, low to fall in lovo that way. Uruco the caso of somo obstreperous strikers, ought to see that tho timo has come to with yellow nntenme. r or evening, Champ. the Court decides that persons who drop campaigns that aro fought with whito lace stockings aro embroidered Tho asthmatic will rejoico to learn act together to prevent other men money aud try ono fight at least ou with gold aud silver stars or tiny "N. Y. Herald. silken florcttcs. Dressy shoes havo that an ounco of tho Euphorbia from pursuing their occupation may principle. remarkably short ties, closely beaded; Some to Queenslaud.Austrn-lia- ) be indicted for conspiracy. KXTUItMINATINO Till: KlEPIIANT. they nre mado in whito or black satin strikers had left a shop because of one placed in two quarts of water and An English journal predicts thut ivory of the ordinary disputes with an em- will soon become so scarce that its use or in tho material of tho dross itself. allowed to simmer uutil reduced to Stylish gloves como over tho tight ouo quart, will, taken a wineglassful ployer, not only would not work koys, knife handles and sleeves, fustening by three buttons at themselves, but were moro or less de- for pianoforte ut a time, reliovo tho most obstinato will bo reserved for the wealthy. tho wrist aud thence extending upward asthma. termined that no ouu should work in fans for billiard iu a deep gauntlet. Loudon Queen. their places, and eudevored by iiitim All descriptions, except ball purposes, havo gono up from $10 It is suid that tho fashion of wearMotion and otherwise to render it imto $20 per hundred woigiit iu the has seriously injured The Louisville As Nashville Rail- ing possible for any other workmen to Loudon market. Therois n scarcity road has a monster now locomotive the sight of four fifths of tho Kussian stay, in tho shop. They wero charged the army officers. An order has been of the supply from the Cape of Good running out of New Orleaub, with conspiracy to ruin the omployer's Hopo and the West Coast. A Shef weight of which is 75,000 pounds, to issued forbiddiug their use by officers inhuiiness and wore held liable to field dealer just had invoiced to him which must be added tho weight of the in uniform, except ou a medical cerdictment on tho facts presented five hundred and twenty two tusks, tender, 00,000. Her cylinder is sev tificate declaring them to bo necessary. namely, that they had acted together and these represent two hundred aud enteeu inches, her stroke twenty-fou- r to frighten workmen away from tho "Edith" Tho reason that men prethis rate inches, and hor driving wheel five place, aud that suob acting together seventy six elephants. At women with smull feet is tho Jumboites may be oxtinat lu a cal feet. She is just from the shops of fer to marry for such u. purposes is a conspiracy and & Nashville Knad. becauso iu tho Winter timo they don't the Louisville U contrary to the law of Now Jersoy. culable time. of ico us and cau swing around any turn with feel like such big lumps -- Newark HeraM. Meteorological : An Irish emigrant large ouos. tho enso of a dog waggiug his tail, .i i A Philadelphia man has perfected who stood shiveriug in front of Castle Internal rovenuo receipts for May au invention whereby aur kraut can Garden one morning last week thus Mr. F. 1. Itonner, of Mesdllle, Pa., creature. 810,347,278, being more thau was be boiled in tlig.huiuawjtliout any of addressed his equally forlorn look- write: "I feel Ilka a don't under- Transformed from a crabby dyapeptlc and collected in any ouo mouth siuco tho ing coinpau'ou: "I tho 'inmates swelling. The invenlullerer to a robust, tlronir, lieallhr bulk of the war taxos was abolished. tion consists of a small liver-likjmd stand it at ull, Pat; wheu wo liftowld nervous all aeema liko a dream, yet Ilrowu'a man, it Vawniii fluMIIlv tunlsnaltfilif aiturrli of of Liiubergcr cluese worn under the Oircland it was iu tho mouth of May. Iron Hitlers did It. 1 feel very kindly to1 iu days wo tuk to cross the raglu ward every body, eipeolally to the Inventors the bladder, leuMrrhea, etc., are quickly cured by Drown' Iron lhtteri. of so good a medicine." say, an' begorrnh it's Decimbcr." Breeches. iTAWPOBD, - - Wo devoutly hopo that tho above stvlo of carment will not lecomo the popular thing in drew. Naturo has not specially designated us as a proper ficuro to fill out a pair of kheo breech Provldcnco did not es, and an select us as the man to wear n closo fitting wardrobo. This is the only striking dillcrcncc between nurcclf and tho lamented Washington, deceased. In tho first place, it is a moral impossibility for us to maintain a friend ly feeling and closo relation lictwcen A our kneo breeches and stockings. garter that would bo tight at tho kneo generally slides down over the concavo calf and hangs on tho instep like tho interfering machino that a trotting horse wears. Tho garter has always been a mystery, a snare, and n delu sion to us. It docs not match our complexion. Onco wo wore kneo breeches and long whito stockings nt a masquerade. Later wo took oil tho mask becauso it was hot and uncomfortable, and be cause it was a hollow mockery. When a man has a kneo joint liko tho sheet- stovo-pip- o iron elbow of an and a calf liko a lead pencil, it is useless for him to mask his iaco. Kneo breeches nro mado for men whonro esthetic, nnd who walk a good deal. Sedentary men cither get too tat or too lean, and they do not croato a good impression in this stylo of gar ment. Then, too, tho foot should havo a symmetrical shape in order to match this kind of apparel. A Hat, long foot with an abnormal heel and stupendous bunions on it does not fit this peculiar garb. It looks out of place and sui a When tho Next Train Starts tor Below and Who Cots by It. The Science of Kissing. ICE!! ICE! ICE! iMltrr tr Mrry morning Ia rrtnlsr In Stanford nl tlrlnllr M low a nr an rlw. It nil ho hml l tnt- - honr during Hit Ut ' J. N. ntt Ptpol. Amunli iln ntlhofrvl oftTtry wfk. vu n. i., nun. 1 will fnt-tmi-m Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Excelsior Art Rooms EDWARD II. FOX, Propr., ThlrJ Blreele, Il' .lorr-mnt- n Railway. iiii nriaiio In (fleet May II, IMI. wi .a. i ra i ii t aui DANVILLK, - KENTUCKY H0Slf!JR$ iwA CINCINNATI JH1UTIIHIIN UTATIONK. IUVISION. t.H P.M. P.M. S ""1171 41 4 llarlng reeenlly renllel my menu wllh all nf Hit modern Impretemrnla, I now hare the I'lnr-H-t Onllcrr In Onlrnl Kfiilnrkyl (all la rait and aee !.. Llnetnnatl.......,. (leorgetdwn. .. . lemerwl IVInt HnrnelOe aw ........ ........ II m i "i" 2 Islington ii IltS Nllhehmni .... 111 t4l ii lltgh iirl.lge. ............ It 41 a II 1114 ...' IIS 4lli nS lanllle........ 8a Junellen .... . 00 S 49 'II When ymi ylall me. 411-- l)antllle,dnn't Ileapertftitly, i:iMVAHI II. Phelngrapher Ky. (leolnglral Surrey I., Uly I I SUJ S 110 SOU -- . 411 i Spring Oily Arr Chaltanwiga. I.ee. CtMHarHinga.. hprlngClly lUekwtmd . lloekwmal ... ...... soul SM 10 l a 40 SSO A.M. le STANFORD MARBLE WORKS, IlhlliT 8T 8TANFOni, KY., , firtwertet Point llHrmMe...... CI I Junrtlen D.nrllle High ( n y ....... ... . kit II 411 IM, ..I 7 40 r.VP 0.. D. W - NE. . -i lam I uatlialM Manumenla, llcndalenea, Tableta, A. Alaible Work heart-thrillin- Tho fccbla nml rmnrintrd. HifTrrlnir from nr lnllcrlnin Innnr form, nro for tlm muo nt tbrlr ohii liulilr ami mrntal mmfort. In trv lln.tcttcr' Mnmnrh draper! Bitters generally. Nlelielaafllle ... IKKUe. ...... H..(MH. lalngton m... . an 4 taa tea Mi 7 4KJ 7 I 40 10' M III 4 J 4 Arr. Cincinnati....... AI.AIIAMA Iwrge4iw n. ii 7M.10M 41 Si son SM 7 4 10 ol all 'IZawawHK "" wVeB atataW Ktle eireu- -, and telleanleeJand ed nn alnda fad'"? tu,"' a..Hra-tlo-- (lllKATHOUTIIUHN. ..J . : I A.M. ... DM) ...j Alii ...WOO trstlfjr In IK linrnileM ami tin ntlnrnllrn rTrrjrttlierr. illiriitcl mrrllo. I"Iivi-iWilli tho niliiltcratnl liquors nf commcirr, It as tlio tafnt ami mot rrllalilo ut all lllllfm. ljtilrai(thmotilrllcatmilltiillnn I.ee. CliallatHNiga... " Atlalla " lllrnilngltaia... I II 991 WOT m eei Arr. Meridian Lee. MerMKm ..... H rTll'lawawawawaW ah. n. ...JIM IK 10 MM 1 'T lt rtoronrhlr. 1'or tale by all DronUU and Dealers Arr. Cnatten " MnalntilMHfi... " AltaKa.. VICKfillUlUi tJarwOalVwimaeeeeee ::: i: . lira ANU MKRltllAN. T nr rn LU, T- O- e. m mm fash-ionab- lo RIA Jeekeen ' HrawU.1 ' FWetat. MM Arr. Mertdlan I El llotitr, rt'nrJIl'C, M 11 VlCKSIIfltll, 811 ItnVIllMIlT AND PACIFIC. An.1 .lori.lr.lljr the and. aurilor aiviKio.lallra to doea, Im i )tiuKa l.terVieTttHiif .... ill I !.. Helta ; II Missouri, Iowa, Kansas, Texas, 1 1a .. Arr. Menre The North, NorlhwMtan.l Wnl. In ttt. If jw I.te. Menroe,. IA . .1 . I 1 40 content r4M8 a trip In any dlrrttlon, jeur Inttfftl ...I " IMta will ha bntmralhr purahulrc your tlekfH ?la Arr. Vkkatwirg I 140 l K. C. and Cincinnati. 2TtIoimk-I-i waj 1; 1'nll-ma- n 1'alawl'aia; Klaaant New liar CttaehM, and JOHN EOOTT. V. P. and Hen. Man. Cln, Koh. hin.lomlr fumlitmi ltMllnlni: Chair Caralsrw U'y.tlnclnnall.llkl: H P. WIOUN.fl. K. and Piulmntnta of ibla Old ltrMahte, P. A. Cln. Khi. U'y, Uneinnatl, ().; II. COl.l,-HIIAthe thla Una mw ol Uau-rlothereby uiatlD trip (I. P. A. A. (I. H. U'y. C.atlaiMa.Tfnn.; comfort and plraaure. Try It. P. A. V. A P. lt'y, Vlekebtire;, J. IIAIltir, Jllea.: JOK F. McOUIltK. 11. P A. V., N. A P. T1MK TAUI.K, IN EFFECT MAY It, list. U'y, Xtunree, 1. -- THE MOST DESIUAULK HOUTE " llraielea. JaekMei Arr. Vlekvfcr....... I.e. VekiMifg.. MerHlan.. i.. FereaU I" n 4 us la aaa IRON BaaaWIQaa BITTERS rutOWVfl 1UO.V lUTTr.IW nro n crrtalu euro Hr nil iUmwcm rcqnlrliii; a cniujilt'to tonics capo it t'lnllj- - IiiillK"tlon, Ujarx'ptln, IVvpi-m- , AY tint ill' AlH'tlto, , Ixm ofHtrriitttli, ltivi if Kiipri;-rtc. l'lirlelu-- , tlio lihxMl.ntrciiKtli-ca- n nml i;Ivcm new tlio intikc-lorilllb to tlio iktvck. Actn liko n olinrui on tlio llRr.tlvo orniiH, removing nil il)HiKptlu Hjiiiptoms (inch nn InKlltirx tlio IImmI. llrlclilni;, Heat In tlio Klomueli, Jlrartlmrn, etc. Tlio only Iron I'rrii.'trnllon Hint will nut Iiliickcn tlio toctli or i;lo lirniliu lie. Knlil liy nil Dniif-(Mnt l.OO n bottle Intrr-inllti-i- CINCINNATI! lpulr uiiiall MiUTII. .... tit or DO (. UoTl" 8 Ko. . Tit. I. a in J 4J 9 41 a iu 4 X) 10 RO a IU; 5 " ii a a id 6 M Arr. UilD(ten.. it is p in. 7 WW so P w 7 30 I.te. lrilnrton ... p u S 70 Arr. WlnehMter.. 2 titcrllng- - a 10 p ro n wi " Jit. Aahlan.1 730 pn 12 St lluntlngUin.. s OS p in 1 IP No. No. S. Noatii. Lie, CoTlnftan . .. " Falmouth Cynthlana ... tl it n in INpw p in T 16 p M ii lit p iu p IU' p ml p Ul... p ro a in; .. a ml No. . I. CONDENSED TIME. L & !....... UAIMIOAD MM!. TI1AIN8 (10I.MI NOltTll. Maarii I, IWt. I.te. Itlchmen.1 ............ laneaater i.lflngaten Ki . Lvo. Huntington.. inwardly-experie- a 7 A inland a ML Sterling . 11 M a p " Wlnehenter .. !l7 Arr. Islington .. 1 IS p 2 on p I.vn. Islington... 7M p " SO IM nced Alk-maa- r, Arr. OoTlnftan . .. " iNHean. New Harm. .. MAYdVIM.II IIIVHION. Arr. lMnen Jnnetba.... n CtliHMllJaaetia. No. ill.t.LeitnglonSpM. Arr Majitllleo Mpw ara. Nn. II ' MaratUlas Iilnt4i t SAam " UaaketHeu. MaytrtlkB Ko. Ii " I'arla (Mam ftm 1'arHl, No. IS " MayaTllle TKAIN8 (HIINH MOUTH. ' " Cynthlana... Falmouth... . a S 38 p M 9 ........ M p m It (Mam tWam e is p m II 41 a M 8 S8 am ra in ml ld mj m m 1 I 44 5W 6 II 7 7 m K m SU m IS a in 00 a ra a a a a a m in ro run. 00 a tu IS . .. . ........ " tjheeer Clly......, ' Crab tlrrhard. attanhtnl ... ' " lii0te JnnelUn.. Mltehellewurg ... . ' " H" I 10 " 7 A niiowN h ciu:Mir.ti co. i r ... r i ,. Mi. Ikillltiioro, .till. .,. r, a.Mir M ..... ..... '".r.'.'.'Z!!!."!!. II it tu w It 4T 1 pm ncvARC or imitations. '.t 1 1 " " jxw'. ' TUTTS PILLS the Head, with a null aenaatlon tn tba boak part, l'a.i. under the tttioulder binds, fullncaa after catmir, with a to exertK-rf body or mind. Irritability of temp r. Low aplrita, with a toellnnof haelne neglecWU aomoduty. U'carinota. Dittni'.a. Hutterina at tba Heart, Delta beforo the eyce. Yellow Hktn, lloadache arenaraiiy over tbe rlitht eye, llcalleaaneaa. with fitful drcama. hlghlr colored Urine, and dlatn-olmatl- ltp dally Train No. t and 2 run dally: all eieept Sunday. lUlm t htulfraati. Fr prrtalnliKt time, tleketa, rate and Information eoouecllona, Ac . eall oa or aJ!re S. T. SWIFT, Act., Islington. C1IAS. U DIIOWN, tl 1". A T. A. J. D. KI.l.ISON. (len'l Manager. tial Lre. blanferd. CrabOrebtrJ.... Arr. IdtlegaWn. I.re. Ineatter. Atr. Ulchnwnd. VAafiTl.inC I.te. ImIuIH .... TliT AM ........... ' avvfr pjjfllllffl STILL LEADS WITH THE T'N IM ' 4 10 " 10 lll " M I M pm au TORPID LIVER. In Appetite. Iluwela coatlro l'aln SYMPTOMS OF A PULLMAN PALACE CARS ToMeoiidilt, I.lllle Hoc'. MeMIe, Montgomery ana riew iirieana. Kmigranta toTeiaa bare their choice of lwo reulea: la Mempliieor tl New Urleata. Time wurh lulrkcr and ratee lewer than by any ether loute. It la alio the CONSTIPATION. ' QDI0KE8T, 0HEAPE3T AND BE8T lloule to all polnta inMlaauuri, Kaaaaa, llllnula, Indiana, Iowa, Nebraska, Colorado. Arkamea (inly noei bangn to Chicago, M liula anl lutt. For further InlbriHitlon about tkketa to the Kouth. Kaneat, (olorado, ant emigrant ralra tu Florida, ald.-eeC. 1 At JlOIti:, lien Paaa. and Ticket Agt., loularille, Ky Or V J. Anthony, AgU, Stanford. Ky. TITTT'SI'lI.USiiroraiieclallyndapleilta eueli rnaee, unrt duan ellecta audi n chance of fee n u a a tit natunlali I lie aulTerer. U- t- Appelllr.ar.d caute the Thcv body '.. Iiikf am I'li-l- i. ii'. Hi" ayttem la TiimIp tcllatai on aI nniirl.linl.llmaiii, ItcBiilnr hliMiU aro the lllcrallta. i. a i . V. .La. XI Jlurauj M Inct-ene- p r' LiPCEST IN THE WO AND mmx ii SELL THE BliCCY THE NEW ROUTE EAST, W A SH I N G TO jN ! VIA TUTT'S HAIR DYE. dnivKHalKon WimKtea 1ILA. lij aainaioBipn ' urrirr. u juiikav vr kkw tohk. chanced toaOLnaar aii.'nui aui. ui - aa iin- Kohl a natural color acta lrsuntaneuualy Ururciau, or aent by eipreaa on receipt of II. i&v'Js&siirxsLss S&Mt. YOUTH iHE DISEASES H nmn nu UHIU OF III. tiii: oxiaY mm: kuxximj W nnd MANHOOD WITH- - ACUIDCTOHt-ALTV BEST F.tmt! r-l$ fttUfJIK- .- BUGGY ON THE FOR THE SEND-FO- R GLOBE SOLID TRAINS, with APIIYMMANur arear'a pcuou eaiirrleme wun nreea. but .,ar l H a aid .anil I Oaarka, Ilcll Hum. I'reai rlpilona rrca and Hcr-uPii.e..i- - Addreta buya, wlib Ii It cap c THE PUBLISHER, Boa 334, Milwaukee, Wit. uui mt.uii.int.. at MONEY. CATALOGUE OF LIVERYMEN Pullman Sleeping Coaches ! a FREE! RELIABLE SELF-CUR- E From LOUISVILLE To WASHINGTON, TIIIlOUOHTIIi: Ml AND TESTIMONIALS HUNDREDSOF VH0 -- HAVE USED THEM - pousvav J ,'Dtha Df h.M!l. n.a.1n(lAf1 nf nna of tba moat notad and tucceaaful apectallata In the tl.H, ItcUHftf. 'now rellreali lor Ibecureof .Vere-OliJlaMnoaMi, it auKiirtt aua wmw. u nil ih U plain acaled euyelopeVce. Druiiltu Addrati DR. WARD & CO., Loulilana, Mo. lal ia s m new-bor- e aa rrm ari paa)ea aiaiai ItF.FIUlENCia; tflfJ i tj, pnof.iimi3'Pi3iiLiERtntor Tick el are on aalo at principal Tlilrt Oltl.ra, I havo teeu handllug youl (Ikntlimkk lMAir Mttt II1 AMfcrfi atka) IAllr wagona, pliaetoui, etc., fur Hie an.1 at thet.eueral (lUlceoftheC. A (). lUllway, liAMtt Nrfxati Ilrewater aide-bauj liiitkavl VthiU Jlnlu Mrcel, l.oliUt lllf. r I'rvataUttrw tlakftuiiaM n4 paat four yeara. Ko far they hare glreu entire at 311 ii If Maf glatAMSf tmn4tmt, atlafactlun to all who hare bought them, aud I art tHAAsklr aaAtrl fAitlia AillV CaktaMl. l'or further Information, aJ.l'rM J. C. i:itN6T, I In aell a great many more Ibla able expert to 1v is tt . 1 (1aui1b ft kwalft), fl. n l boar 7b (ieueral Soulhwettcrn Agenl, Iiulatllle. aeaaou than anrof the pretloua yeara. Truatlng ktj.1 PAtrlft Urt HAilrMUWVetf t li.4A,i ,t you will be able to Ull all ordera promptly, I am. V, W. N51ITII, (U'lmiikf' tu,mia.) 1, pifftl kjrtvt.lt la I'Ul rtirt. ii. w. rm.i.r.it. awh Bl. tkauibt iatMM HUtMlUaafttr a.laaj ma Nli'iions Hamkb, l.licrjmau. (len'l I'ai.'r Ait'i. Uen'l Manager, Of (Hit Mil MftUtl X4 l.itiaAUitta Ullg UU AelaWAWO klAtl lafayellc, Ind. (Jimtlkukn: Wr.haTel.ern ualng and wiling your work In Clarke county fur tlio paat lour X$ii-oaiii- s yeara with the licat aatlafaetlo'i to oureeltra and Your bugglea are uulteraally aclie the rery beat knowledged by our luatouiera to for the prli-- that (an be bought lu tho country. The Most Durable and Stylish Buggies and Your Combination Hprlng lluggy la pronounce! by all to be tbeflneet, aoflrat, and eaileat riding wagou buggy now In uae. Your Ilrewater aide-bla certainly without a rltal. Taking all In all we fearleaaly aay that your bugglea cannot be YOU mi;et with auk tiiuhc MADI! iiy beaten lu the country for atyle, tlulth, and durability. Youra truly, Tkknant A Moikj. Bprlngfleld, Ohio. CJkhtlkmkn: I bare bad In 11 if try now for a dollar for orvr two ywrt, and hare not on Ibem, ami Hie look nearly aigno.Ua 8&O a, new. Hare bad bugglea of temal other lts.tr F.uJ fur catalogue and find nuueao good aa the Coluubua lluggy Coiupany'a bugglea. lteapectfully, T. K. llaoaUKiK. A rombtnalton of 7Vev Conycra, (Jeorgla. tini.it of Iron, I'rrurlan Hark und l'ioM)ihorut lit bugglee 1 bare bad of your (iKNTLkMaH: The ti tMiffiliiMe orttt. 77,e manufacture hare siren me euiir aaiiaiavuon. VHlti prrimruttuH of iron Tber are Ibeboal I ha ve ever uaed for the aaiua I hnl ulll not OlitcLm Hi amount of money. Youra truly, lrtlh,a rhtirnrtrrUHcof li. Collini, Urerymin. pther Irnn tirrlMirnlfoiie. Joplln, Mlaaourl. , a ami In 1 IN UU iiu, IIIUILUU lu my .1 II ,i.u v.. I,l.in t,in,llr.r,M. Its.M m.i.r llU .iivliiluif III Itltprofit rt lUlla lllltan cipcrlruruur 11 ....'... till, ll AllTLlt'U p. a IllO .iiii.l I bate bron eouuerled with the OKXTLKMKN: 1iii.Ii Tumi ili 4 In if any i; it uf NiTitJa 1 ro Iran u, I u:a.o IMaian .. ll)ipci.a. an.laului. luauufaclureofaud dealing In butEgica fur fifteen y luuiu ' juaaatuieou.Urfulcurca. tliiapcerleMtiuivilr haa In u. ,..ivirllwilonilU!"n.riiniLloua work doea net look like moat faetory yeara. Yuur I aave tlut havii haaleil r iiueof our mi. t cuuurnl iih iciaiia. ha.e I.1iHiI Mtlijigrialaiiaiucouipar. In rct, work, but la amootbly oulalivd lu wood, Irou ai.le rcnieJy I pnacrilni It In preference to any Irui p- -i paraUon luai.e ItUMUII aucb a c..iiipouuJ HAMl I.IJ, palutlug and trimming. Material uaed lu tbe lu. lu mypnutlie uUlullAlirau'stlUUMTusiK fi a nen-ultbugglea haa prof cd to AIM Watlt Avenue. Uulumbua lluggy Comianya Hr 1 .11 i. HfV. N. v Mill, taxi -be of the beat. They run light. Kreryoneln iJTA It nlvta cuior to ilie bh your bugglea llill cuuuty who bar bought of ealUfaetluu. are Ufihintl hraUhfut toll to well pleaaedi they glre Iba beat tli tUtrutlM oremi iiiiif truly, Youra tirrroi) e afei, mnUinn I- H. Witt. Wloebeater, III. It (ifiifciMit to ilentml PfliWIiW y ' UtUUTOUU MUUUl Uo OHIO. COLUMBUS hr- Xd dress- i?? Grandest Scenery in America! Connecting direct III Prim. Depot fur Y. Ballimore,PMIadelphia&N. The Only Direct Llua ut lriAU Nfrtai lrilllli Mrrrrlal Vkiirea, liirrUtra hjklUlU avUnut). iiaw1i1, AtTvfftisM pUllr lrlil Al QaWtJ ittlltaff 0M til 4 at ..A4lt.l Vllk lUnrav at- - DB0TO t a tl lua lllawl. tiaia w J a Virginia nuil tint Otroliiiiiw. Iialra4a.lf-- . lltlalrttM. IT. I I. tllh H, M. IK Ba. MTAIILlellKIt OVKU TltlliTV ValAltH. HARRIS REMEDY ltjM.ao.lrla. tr. .in.al b. L1 vaaiL l.ra.,ul.t AdJrcw, llll. Ill 'nll Hljfoja CO.IiKioi. iii inJGGlES! Phaetons tut Ashbrook, Tucker & Co., Publio Landing, Cinonnati, mmm 1' ae i.l iioeoA-fPliiladelph- GEO.forIjWKAUMST, Lincoln and Garrard Ooi, Dealer J'uieere Jiiiiiotriic: MANUFACTUBEOBiTHEDR.HARTER Debllllu, of Ai)ie-tlt- r, I'rottmlloii nf lltnl lif MEDICINE C0..2I3N.MAIN ST.. ST .LOUIS,